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AVOIDS A FIGHT
OREGON NEWS 0E INTEREST i
Dirc< tors to (house (onvcnlton (ity
FLESH AGAINST POVDM
Question Whether Japanese Forces
Will Hold out.
St Petersburg, Aug. 24.—Ths latest
reports from Port Arthur Indicate that
Chi« ago. Aug 27. 4J»u«ral N. W.
Portland. Aug. 24.— Politics, arriv Mining _( ongress Settles^|tn-
Hlieus. a cattleraisvr or Waturman, H
al of delegate*, speech«-», ami adop
D, auiiuuncrd loilay Ihut III» calti«
tion of resolution* occupied the sec
the garrison ther* I* bolding out with
laisers of hia aectluii weie aboul tu
S LETZ RK H IN TIMBER.
WIND DAMAGES HOPYARD.S.
ond day of tie American Mining Con
wonderful tenacity In the face of per
or INTEREST TO OUR READERS appeal tu Fresldelll Roosevelt to save
tlieiii ftom haiikrupi« y by interveuiug
gress. And a busy day It was, with
sistent desperate assault*. Tbs only
| to biIng th« sliik«’ to a clu-.«
the buzz an* hum of the rival dele
General Review of Important Happen- br««ugbt 5uo bead ot cattle to til«
. of ( uuntry.
by Brisk Breeze.
El«< lion of Officers Only Re mainino question Is how long any body of
gations filling the coot air of the con
troops < an withstand such awful pun
pcnlgs Presented In a Brief and
The lurveying party
Independence.—Quit« a little dam-
Business- President Richard's
vention ball.: Yesterday morning the
loss uf feeding tlo-m long« r. II« dr
ishment. and whether the garrison In
j « lares thul llic-y sold al u loss of *8 ut the H. Chapman l.uuber Company age has beeu done to topyards in this convention adopied a strong reaolu j
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the fortress «an outlast Japanese am-
« head. Others, h«» sal<l. ui< feeding tiial ba* been lu the Coaat rang* vicinity by wind. Walk<r Bros., two lion urging congress to create a De- 1
, munition and men.
mountain» since May 28, haa com- and a half mile« north of hire, are the
Ths Russians have repulsed the
partment of Mines and Mining, ann | Portland. Aug 27.—It Is Denver
The report that 30 regiments have
st several points lu (lu (»«<• perhaps greater I«»»»«-» by ship pli-iu«l Ita task, coining out at u point heaviest losers. Fully 25 acres of
last night another was passed advo ul*t Is pr<m<! today—proud of her been drawn front General Oku to
no one guessed. Th» suivi y a-
their yaru I* 11 ut
'Jons and of their success, glad at the
«u« cattieralsara of th« Hukoia» sru
CetlDff toe protection Of forests.
The Japanese are preparing for n in a deapeiute condition
result of their efforts, thankful for strengthen the attackers la believed to
.<’d Inlersatta th« Southern Pacific About five acres of the Patton A
groat battle at Liao Yang ami heavy
support of the loyal friends and indicate that ths Japanese southern
Armour rea»p«.ir«d at tlo »< arcely half a mile south of inde Hloper yard and three acres lu John
followers from ail quarters, grateful army Is In dssperats straits and seems
guns are on th« way.
1 ■'* yards today, having aud<!«-nly r« pendente, ueat tu« old racetrack Burton’s vard are, also down. H D.
for the graceful forgiveness of tbe to show that the Japanese have n«t
Cooper will have nearly 2000 hills to ! gress will not be fought out on the gentlemen from Salt Lake, ami happy
All Is quiet at Hhnnr>’t41 ».j the . uiikh I from hl» vacation .*■» th« Eust
> pnwecute simultan-
floor of the convention as has bees in the possession of the permanent I
'"»tide» at of th” dl»ahnam*nt «( the I tn pr<M ««dliig to tlie p»< king center
be drove through a fhioiig <»l striker»
Russian ships |g closed
eoua campaigns of grsat magnitude In
anticipated, but will be placed solely home of the Amerban Mining Con eous
»ml pickets, who resentfully fell ba< k Klee.
declar« l<r uefor« an attack by th« police When
A gale from the west sprang up in the hands of the board of direct
It was an un«xpecte<! throng that
The report that ths Novlk
she«iff »as In collusion with the UM Mr. Armour ami a companion arrl,«ul
about 4 o'clock In the afternoon. It iors. A resolution to this effect Intro
was a r«’V«lw|on to tbs party, many uf war. not severe enough to do any darn ; luted by Dr. Buckley, of Missouri xatherwl at the Armory yesterday b
h„ not yet
which lynch««! negro s.
J at th« Exchange ai«nii<- entran««- to Whom are ttap. rtanewd
tlntlwr men uge ordinarily, but only
pi- efforts .,f th.- < i,|. ago ablet »he yards, at Halstead avenue, in a and surveyors. There is enough tlm
11 •" true, It will be greatly
the congress and met with enthusias continued debate on the settlement ot ■*CTe-
manic omminltloe to »ml the pa«k*i» light buggy, over luu strlki-rs l«ud ar b. i lu the Hlletz country, siiye Chief stautlal poleg were able to withstand
the permanent home question, after felt for the gallant cruiser, which has
rlvei! theig on tbeli way to u meet Engineer Rice, to last 50 y«*r* af'«r Its force where the wind bad a clear tic applause from those present
strike has come to naught.
Th% will prevent E) Paso from mak (he «cclUng scenes of the previous af been frequently mentioned In dis-
The poll«« w«r« lu the act ot
It la stated that the t'oroan govern rf- rsln* th«' gathering when Mr. | It I» ma«le a«-« eaalble by rxll. The
Ing *» open fight In the convention Urnoon. and many were the conjee- pBtche,r ha, endeared herself to the
«oute terminal In« at Imlepetdence la
lures as to the course events would
tsent ha» agr’-ed t<* < ngage Japanese ,
>ur aivlve«l amt drove tlitougn a ver/ t«u*lble one and. acctvdlng to repairing the damage by sharpening, for the honor of entertaining the 1805 tak« as th.- fight would progress.
who,e natlon by ber
advisors and borrow money to i-urry««
< rowd. There was no «tenomslia th<< survey. It la not over 46 nsb-a into redrlving and propping polea. The
During the evening many confer- *t Port Arthur, and It has been great-
out much n«ml««J reforma.
As yet th* credential committee
I. although ho was r<-cogniz«d.
lb« heart of the rich Siletz barin.
has made no report, and therefore ences had been held and many argu ly hopeil that she would reach Vlad-
In eunnmtlou with the unexpected
Placard* ar« being scattered I'
T<*rmlnatlnic her«, Umber over the setting poles will be over *100«.
the membership of the congress will ments made by the delegates to the .«oatok In safety
turn of Mr Armour, reports of an- proposed route could be handled by
Talnanfu Province, China, urging th
congress, but whatever their result, i
be and unknown quantity, officially congresa,
h«»r effort to tning uuout pear« n«- rail or river, and the Bouthern Pacific
The attitude of the Japanese govern
maasacr« of th«, furelgn dwviti
speaking, until Thursday morning one thing alone was apparent—the In
11st Ion» ladepeudent of tb< 1
7 tie native Christiane are fleeing
la juat completing a spur from within
tention of the delegation from Salt ment in regard to China has caused
ell's effort were circulated. Strike
1-a Grande.—The Cove, 16
1« miles the settlement of any question until Lake to fight to the finish the ques increasing uneasiness here. While It
The Japan«-»« war offic« ha» co* leailers called a meeting and unusual a few ro«ls of where the survey ended
Into the b«-<i of the river. A road over from lat Grande, which Is considered that time, but a great deal is b»'jig tion of the settlement of the perma I is believed that the dictatorial attitude
clu.led that Port Arthur cannot I, activity was manlfeai«-«!.
thia survey would also afford a short
indefinitely. The permanent nent home. From Salt l^ke men assumed by Japan was adopted large
taken by direct assault and has order
about the best section of Eastern Ore done
cut to Newport.
home agitation is being kept up by there came no talk of postponement, ly for Its moral Influence on the Chin
•■<1 that n<> attacks b« mad» which*
gon for fruit, thus far this year haa the Balt l-ake men, who are hard at no hope of compromise They were In ese, it is also taken to Indicate that
NEVADA WASIIOHIS SERIOI'V
“ * heavy loss.
shipped the following: Twenty thous work trying to get the membership th« hall to win or to be defeated at Japan Intends to make herself the
The mining congress may be post-
dominant spirit in the Celestial em
STIRRING OP DAIRYMEN.
and boxes of cherries, 5000 crates of of the congrttsa into line for their the last ditch.
ISfflc (annul 11« Resumed on I un-
poned for a year.
The vote on the question was taken, pire.
opah Rued fur a Week.
The Russians really command three
Effort lu Induce Valley Tarmcrs Io berries, 1000 crates of blackberries. resented by two or three men. an«! both members and delegates to the
Reno, Nev.. Aug 27. Cloudburst«
Owing to a lack of pickers the loss on though It has been announced that convention being allowed to cast their
■! any Importarne st port Ar
Produce Butter Tat.
PORTE VERY SILENT
The process was long and
strawberries was about 20 per cent, on there Is a carload of delegates on the ballots
iism of the Tonopah ami Carson A
Albany.—An Important meeting of th» raspberries about 40 per cent. way from Denver, the car has not tiresome and resulted in a total ot
A big battle la raging near Liao t'« or ado raldroads are the most dis
139 votes being cast. 83 of which were Embarrassed by Reminder of Verbal
Yang In which the Japanese are at asroua In tit« history of these dis the dairymen and farmers of Linn Plums are now moving and the Indica been »ighted an«! the cause of Denver
for Denver and 56 for 8alt Lake.
Plekge to America.
Hits. On the Tonopah road, all of
Before the vote could be announced
about 4000 crates. There will be of the Colorado men.
Tin- m«-«ting la the result of the ef about from 25 to 30 cars of prunes and
Aug. 24.—A note
The two last assaults of the Japan
ed floor, and in a graceful speech, from American Minister
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Me on Port Arthur are reported to ou* has been swept away, and Il will tilts of prominent creamery men of about 40 cars of apples. The pear
TORTS ARE LOST
I k - a weak at least b«-tow- any traffic I’ortlan«! and of State Dairy and Food crop will be light
which won for h.m and his delegation lated August 16 was handed to the
have cost them 13.000 men.
The cherry crop
<ai be resumed. At Walker l-ak«. Commissioner J. W. Bailey.
amounted to 100.000 boxes. The apple
The O. It A N. steamers betwi-en .ie«r Hawthorne, the track Is under
Russians Meet rurthcr Reverse •I “nce. moved to make the choice of Turkish authorities within 12 hours
crop will reach 100 carloads.
Portland and Han Francis«-«» are to be tlo-.- f< . t «it w.ii- t for
Curtis' Grove, one mile from Bhedd.
n< art, <"'O
Denver unanimous. This was done after the receipt by the Mlnlater of
run Independent of the railroad.
J mlbs, and th« lake has risen »I k > v < was the scene of the meeting, which
: with a rush and a cheer.
the Turkish note Monday. In this
Chefoo, Aug. 25.—A junk which left | The action of yesterday practically
Three persons lost their Ilves and a -1» level from six to nine feet Great took the nature of a farmers’ picnic.
Restored to Domain.
note Mr. Leishman holds the govern
Liao T1 Promontory the night of | closes the business of the convention.
number of others were Injured In a chssms have b«-«-n wash«-«! tn th«- des A Portland creamery provided gallons
ment to its solemn undertaking, com
The Dalles.—The Secretary of the
tornado which swept a New York pic ert, and tram« Is In a »fat» of • haos
August 21 has just arrived
ing direct from the Sultan, respecting
Totopah and Goldfields, which are of I«« cream free, an«! the attendance Interior baa authorised and Instructed
repoita that the Japanese have sue-
on Ike verge of starvation ar« being was large for thia season of the year
equal treatment with other nations
The Russian fleet at Port Arthur Is temporarily relieved 4»y the rushing The great Imjsirtance of the meeting thj officers of The Dallca land office to ceeded In occupying
one thing of importance re- for the United States concerning the
engaged in clearing away the floating In of supplies via Crow Hprlngs. Hil in the eyes of friends of diversified restore to the public domain portions well as another fort, probably Else mains yet to be done,
and that is ___
the question of educational institutions.
mine» and It la believe«! It la prepar ver I'cak and Candelaria by wagon farming in Oregon Is In the fact that of the following named townships, etn
ahan. about a mile southwest of Ant ¿election of the officers of the con
ing to make another dash
train,, but thia 1» only temporary, as
gress. The committee to which was I This allusion to the imperial pledge
fur the Blue Mountain ~
Foreet Re szshan. They have driven the Rus delegated the task of selecting the apparently embarrassed the Porte,
Great Britain haa ta-en asked by 1 over 5000 people must be fml In the part of the large purchasers of dairy seTve; Twenve south. 17 east. 13
sians from the parade ground, which board of directors has made Its selee- which bad previously announced that
and extiaordlnary products In Oregon to induce the
Russia to send wsrahlpa to locate different camps
south, 17. 18, 1». 20 and 21 east. 14
volunteer cruls««r» and ilellver order» 1 meoauree a<l««pt«d for their relief farmers of the Willamette Valley to south, 18 and 20 east, and 16 20. 22 lies about two miles north of the har fions, but they have been guarded un- it would Ignore the former verbal as-
Food supplies at lb« camps are prac devote mure time to ralalng blooded
til the time of ajournement.
prohibiting »topping ot ships
and 23 east. These lands were with- bor; they have destroyed two forts
| surances which Minister Leishman de
tlcally exhaust««! Flour. ba««>n and stock, and paiticularly dairy stock.
drawn from entry at the creation of at Cbaocbanko, which is witbin the
The state department cannot col
clared he had received.
lect claims <>f owners of goods on the
the reserve June 28. 1902. exclusive of I eastern fortifications, and they have
It Is considered Improbable that the
townships 15 and 22
Arabia, amt has ad»l»c*l them to ap all staplna hav« run out. only canned
Twenty-three advanced to a point near Chaocbanko
County Is Worth More.
peal from the decision of the prix« goods remaining
thosuand acres of land are releas«-d This news confirms information re- Largest Vessel of Its Type to Be Porte will reply to the Minister's not*
Orvgon City.—Assessor J. F. Nelson
and therefore the question Is looked
| ire Iw-liig adopted. an«l with the re has completed the a»a«-ssment of from the withdrawal by this order, celved here previously, and which the
Equipped for Atlantic Service.
upon as shelved pending the execution
out of which 14,500 are already filed local Japanese were not inclined to
Gregon again leads all other states
Clm kamns county property for the upon.
Belfast. Ireland. Aug. 29 —The Al- i of the process of recognition, when It
In the sale of public lands.
1804 roll. The aggregate of property
The Junk heard firing until mid lan line seamer Victorian, the largest i Is considered not Improbable fresh dlf-
l«sl and mui'h suffering must l>>- en
A Rock Island train was derailed I «lured. It la hopml that the.next few valuations. represented by the roll, is
night of August 22. Scarcely a build turbine vessel yet built, was launch .lenities will arise.
Noth withstanding the assertion by
ed here today. It is expected that she
Mar Princeton. Mu. and 46 persons days will bring ulmut better condl approximately »10 250.000. or an In
Ontario.—The committee of 17 for ing In Port Arthur remains undam will be ready for service before the Izzet Pffsha. the secretary of the Pal
ct cav* of *300.000 over last year's
aged. The town hall, whis was used
Ilona. No lives have been lost
roll. It Is not expected that any ma
end of the year. She is 540 feet long, ace. that *2".oJHX) has been depo-.'ted
as a magazine, has been destroyed.
FILIPINOS LIKE NEV (OINS.
Disguised horsemen In Crook coun
terlal changes will be made in the Malheur Waterusers' Association met
Four large warships unable to has 60-foot beam and her depth is as compensation due to an .American
ty destroyed a band ot 1,000 thorough-
citizens at Smyrna for land illegally
Currency System Is Rapidly ( oming «•quallzatlon. which will be convened ed committees for drafting by-laws fight, are at Port Arthur. Only one
The Victorian is to be fitted in a taken, no such deposit has yet been
ship, a vessel with two masts and two
on Monday, August
Lloyd's agent at Nlu Chwang re
most luxurious manner, and Is to car made.
funnels, has guns on board.
a - -•
. . .
earliest date for years that the assess rigated Into districts. The committee
ports that l.tao Ysng la likely to tall
ry 1500 passengers, but the chief in
Washington. Aug 27.— When
the ment of property in this county has for securing stock In the association
at any time.
new currency system was proposed
reported that 50.000 shares have been
FLEET APPROACHES SHANGHAI.
Turbine steamers on the
The British consul at Shanghai haa for the Philippines there wet. pre
subscribed. Or 5000 more than was re fect of land mines, is given as the Clyde and in cross-channel service
reason why the Japanese have not as
ordered Russia to atop repairing ships dictions In some quarters that the
Raise Timber Land Values.
Russian strong have proved very successful, mainly Consul Goodnow Calls Consular Body
conservative Islanders could not be
In thst port.
on the Malheur project Is espected to yet conquered the
because they have afforded more com
St Helens.—The assessment roll be begun thia fall unless something hold.
readily Induced to surrender the Mex
Together for Action.
Japan la said to be treating ita ican dollars and th«- Spanish coin for Columbia county will be comp let
fort to passengers, but considerable
Shanghai. Aug. 24 —The steamer
prisoners of war with great cunaid- with which they had been familiar «d and ready for the tsvard of equal
modifications had to be devised to
JAPANESE PEANS DERANGED.
«ration and allowing them uiau y Uh- for so many years In favor of th«- new ization lu a few days. It will show an stockholders will be held In Vale.
meet the requirements of the Atlantic Halting, which arrived here today, re
service, including enormous propell ports having sighted a Japanese
Philippine peso proposed by the com Increase of about one-third In the
Port Arthur Campaign May Cause In ing power and great stopping and squadron last night off Gutzlaff Island,
But reports received here asseased valuation of the county, The
Mrs. .Maybrick was met on her ar- mission.
Exhibit of Grasses and Grains.
itiative to Pass to Russians.
rival in New York by a thron* ut cur- show thnt the change had been made valuation of the timber laml haa been
These difficulties are understood to about 65 miles southeast of Shanghai.
t d from »2 50 to *3 and *5. This
loua p«-uple, but she refused to say smoothly and more expeditiously than
Albany.—A. F. Miller, of Portland.
been overcome by Charles A. The squadron showed no lights.
Is getting together a display of grains,
wards, chief of the Insular Bureau, land-owners, but It Is not nearly as grasses, vegetables, leaves, mosses, from Liao Yang, under date of Aug Parsons, the engineer, who has devel
The United States monitor Monad
haa Just receive«! the following letter high as in Clatsop county, and is far etc., for a stale exhibit. Mr. Miller ust 23, the correspondent of the Lokal oped the steam turbine and made It nock and two torpedo-boat destroyer*
riin«M*r IsMttd. All Jutic 4. 1*7».
suitable for the generation of electric
from Henry C. Ide, Se<Tetary of Fi below the actual cash value of the was In Albany In connection with his Anzeiger says:
I ih I» h 1 Htutra Lutiti
ity and the propulsion of mercantile have been ordered to be ready *o pro
The assessment of the work an I left a number of orders. It
nance ami Justice of the Philippines, pioperty.
U mmw I ow , orua««n, Jui> i*. 1>H
and war vessels. A special arrange tect the neutrality of Shanghai.
Notici* im tirrvt»/ givrn H imi In cumpil- listed Manilla, July 22, bearing on this Benson Company amounts to »128.000,
Is a little early yet to collect a large
Mticr with th«* provialwn» ut Ih* «vi of subject:
itn«i the cash value is certainly three display, but arrangements are tx-lng tive is about to pass to the Russians ment has been devised for the Vic
American Consul Goodnow called
julir 4. H.*. vntltlrU * Ah acl for Ih»
torian's machinery, whereby revers
gak Ol llWtWI iuiid» In tl'” Htatra 01
made for materials to make up a dis The Japanese plan of campaign, in ing power equal to that of her for the meeting of the consular body for
< Milturiila. t
Nevmla aiMl Wash our currency scheme has mail«' pro
play to be collected later. Mr Miller cluding the attack upon Liao Yang, ward propelling power can be impart 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. It la
lo »il <!•«• gress Since I Isst wrote you. All the
has been making these collections for has apparently been deranged by the ed to it. securing the almost instant believed that the foreign consule will
Start Work on Tslr Grounds.
Public: laMbd mate* b> ad of Auguat 4.
ttir ioli, A.ng prision« havo ilio» «la> business houses have by common con
the last 40 years and knows Just what unexpectedly stubborn resistance of arrest of the steamers forward mo arrange means to strengthen the
Baker City—The survey of the
iute* in lina utile« ttirlr *»wom slatenwnla sent put their business on the basis
part of the state to visit for the best Port Arthur.
of the new currency. In all the prov KTouml for the Baker County Fair As- collection of every variety of product.
"General Kuroki's army has been tion and speedy backing in case it la hands of the Taotal in dealing with
Ut-oegr Mechen. of H«u J«'»c. County of ince« It Is found In free
circulation «•»clation Is complete«! and the work
withdrawn to the south of Taitze needed. Her propellers are three in the matter of the Russian warships
Hunta "Clnru. Hiato of CulHurnls. sworn
a(u tuiiivnl, No, AW tor in» purchase ot an«l the people now object strenuous of constructing the new speed track
river, and only outposts reported to number, each on a separate length of
Later reports declare the Japanese
The begun in earnest. The grounds ad
thr nwS». He«Hou I«», "lowiislilp ii H , ly to taking nny other currency,
ilMIlgO il1* East W. M.
The Victorian will be fitted with a squadron to be 20 miles from Woo-
largely join the city on the north, and are
"It is rumored that the Mikado ha»
Boulder Creek. old currency has been very
Albany.—Eugene Bosse, who has an
John H- Himiotl, ot
sung. Woosung Is the outside harbur
brought Into the Insular treasury for
Hiele of Cell-
County of »»»...
nounced that he will establish a linen recalled General Ngi and has ordered
hind Is comparatively level and ad
turimi, wwurn •latrinriil No.
for in© re-colnage."
Yamagata, will carry a complete printing outfit ot Shanghai.
mill In Salem, is looking over the Field Marshal
Buri luiN«' uf th© aw*« Hwtlon 10.
mirably located for the purpose.
sili» .b H'Hith. Un«’»« 11% Essi W. M
field in Albany with a view to estab chief of the General Staff at Tokio, to
Work on the grandstand and fair
12.000. and she is expected to develop
Want Tcdcral Troops.
Xinrk II t'h»»«. «t h «» ii J<»s», County or
lishing a linen mill here. Mr Bosse assume command of the besiegers at about 10.000 horsepower. •
Hs««la Clur». Htal» of « suturili». <w«rn
Rrin Stops Eild Operations.
slnl< im-ni No. JSK». t«r III» pun ii»»« ot
At the Headquarters of General
for (he South «late has not yet been aet for the fair, mills over the valley, and that flax
ti«.. •% «I »«'«.
of nel* 8«-« timi ». and one of the attorneys
Will Keep After the Russians.
Kuroki, In Southern Manchuria, Aug.
■ w% ot "W. Heetlon lu, Townslilp 4« Omaha packing Interests, today made but wlll likely be the first week in Oc should be grown here In large quanti
America Aska fwr Information.
London. Aug. 29 —According to the 20. via Fusan and Seoul. Aug. 24.—It
Mmiili. Unii«« 11% Ka»t w. M.
Washington, Aug. 25.—Acting Sec correspondent of the Chronicle with
Tliut lli«y wlll «Iter prout to show inai
lh<> land soughl I» mor» valuabl« tur It» made on the part of his clients and
in the world. At the present time the retary of State Adee has cabled Min General Kuroki's army, the Japanese has rained steadily for four days and
llinber or »imi» than tor sgrlcultural their associates to have federal troops
Umatilla Wheat Moving.
linen mill at Scio is the only one in later Conger, at Pekin, a request that are not likely to retire into winter both of the lower roads are covered
purpose» sud lo «-»u«bll»li th«-lr clalin» statloneil ut South Onialtn and along
with ten feet of water and are abso
Pendleton.—Wheat buyers estimate thia locality. It has proved success he report as soon as possible the
lo »ul«l lami Isdoro ili« Resister ami Ite-
luarters. Rather than thus to give
A number of
bushels of Umatilla ful In every wav.
celver IH l.«kcvl«w, Oregon, mi Wedn»»- the railroads lending to Omaha over that 1.000.000
facts concerning the situation at the Russians a breathing spell, they lutely Impassable.
«lay. thè (uh •»••> of Oclober, IIM.
which the packers are running, morn county's wheat crop have been sold
Shanghai. A similar request has also will prosecute a vigorous winter cam Chinese and horses of the commis
They nume »• wltnoases:
Sales are being
been addressed to Consul-General paign. The correspondent says that sary department have been drowned
Chase, Hall Jose. Calltoriila, T. H. ShaII- ing nnd evening, n charteretl train for so far this season.
Surveyors In Grand Rondc.
iion, and Wm
Riamati« the accommodation of their present (nude constantly, sometimes amount-
Goodnow, at Shanghai, and Consul the Japanese are accumulating im crossing the Lang river at the ford.
Russian spies have been located hid
t-’ulle Oregon; John II. Hlimott, lloulder workmen.
packers' represents ' tng to 50.000 bushels per day. Consid-
I.a Grande.—The surveyors who are General Fowler, at Chefoo. Although
Creeli. Calirornla: George Muchan, Man
lives assert this course hns been de- crable wbent Is being shipped from out locating the route for the new no admission on that point is yet ob mense stores, ammunition and guns ing in the cornfields near the outposts
and large scouting parties are search
termine«! on for Severn! reasons, one Eastland, 10 miles northeast of here, electric belt railroad In Union county tainable, it Is believed that instruc
Any mm un persona clalmlng a«tvera»
The relative positions
ly III» al><>ve-<h'a« rll>ed landa are r«H|ii«at- of which Is they cannot get Justice In to New York, to the cereal market and for the Eastern Oregon Development tions have either been sent or will be Yang to the Daily Telegraph reports ing for them.
•<1 to III« llielr clalin» III thla office oli or
of the two armies remain unchanged.
to nil contracts made on the board of Company are now In the center of the sent to Rear-Admiral Sterling to co
bvims aulii <>«•• da»' '»( Oi’tober. IhH
at Torantspu. 20 miles southeast of
J. N WATHON. Keglater
trade. Harvesting is more than half Grand Ronde Valley and will reach operate with the minister and consuls
Liao Yang, and that apparently an at-
done, blit In some localities will con 1st Grande in a short time. The ex In the protection of American inter
Big Cotton rirm Falls.
Vessels Stick to Port.
tack is in progress.
Timiier Land, Aut June J, U7S.
Shanghai, Aug. 24.— The Russian
New Orleans, Aug. 27 The cotton
total of *85 per day. and the company
United Htatee ia«nd Ottleo,
consul-general here, replying again to
Ambushed by rilipinos.
Lakovlew, Ore., July 11, l»04.
market received one of th«1 greatest
have the greatest confidence In the
London Papers Excited.
the demands of the Taotal of the port
Notice 1» hereby given that In compli surprises in Its history today, when
London. Aug. 25.—The Standard
ance with the provlalona of the
that the Askold and Grozovoi disarm
I’migi'«-»» «»f June 3, lh«8, entitled
All the well known firm of II. F. Pago A
this morning, unable to conceal Its
Albany. -Because seven men whose
or leave port, stated that he considers
act tor the sill" »f limber lands In the Co. posted nil announcement to
the demand unreasonable and a vio
Hiate» of California, Oregon. Nevada anil effect that It was unable to meet fur first name was William were the first
New Albany Tannery.
States government Is not prepared to force of bandits. Captain H. Barrett, lation of the rights of Russia as a bel
Washington Territory," «» extended to
settlers of the proposed mining camp,
all tlio 1'ubllc Laml States by act of ther calls for margins. October and the town was christened Blllvllle.
Albany.—The Star Tannery Com protect the neurality of China at
ligérant. He refused to order the war
December. within a minute's time af
Shanghai, editorially contends that fighting. There has been trouble In vessels to quit Shanghai. The Chin
ter the announcement went up 31 and Is In the Hlue river mining district pany has been Incorporated In Albany.
of Klamath l'•«lla, County of Klamath.
one near the line between Lane and Linn The Incorporators are Henry Lyons, the United States could have taken Mindanao, where bandits have looted ese rewspapers here are urging the
Page A Co. have been
Hlate of Oregon, has Ulla day Itleil III 32 points
John Shea, James H. Curran and Har the lead In the matter without aroua-
Peking government to send enough
of the heaviest operators on the short counties. Blllvllle la now a busy min
thia ornee Illa »worn statement. No.
The native authori warships here to uphold the Taotai,
ry Shea. It is capitalised at *8000. Ing the Jealousies which must follow several towns
for the purchase of the ae% of ae% of side of the market for some lituo,
Section No. 8, In Township No. 38 South.
the stock being divided into shares of Intervention by any European power
but so far nothing has been heard
llHiiae N<> 8 E"»'. “",l wl11 “ETer proof
*100 each. This Is the second tan- The Dally Telegraph publishes a and his family were kidnapped
to enow that the land sought is more
nery for Albany.
Northwest Wheat Markets.
Are to Disarm.
vuln«l»l«i for Ita llmlH’r or atone than for
St. Petersburg Advised.
government adopt rigorous measures ly with the Americans.
asrlcultural purpoeea, amt to eatatillali
London. Aug. 27.- The correspond
h* < "aim to »«Id land before George T.
Portland—Walla Walla, 77e; blue
IXMdon, Aug. 23 —A dlapatch to a
County JudS1' t,f ...„nl“"«'»“«?1
stem, 82c; valley, 83c.
Eire at Oil Wells.
news agency from St. Petersburg says
rind Scab on Cattle.
(’iiunly. Oregon, »»t Klamath ball*, Ore« dispatch dated August 24. any» that
Russian Ship Hits Mine
Tacoma—Bluestem, 83c; club, 78c.
Jennings. La.. Aug. 29.—Fire at the news has reached the admiralty thera
gon. on Halurday. th© Uh day uf Octo-
orders from Emperor Nicholas have
Albany.—Dra. Wells, of Albany, and
Tokio, Aug. 25.—Admiral kataoka oil wells near here today destroyed to the effect that the missing Russian
lia’ftmce as witness««: H- M. Colson,
been conveyed to Captain Reltzen-
Hutchinson, of Portland. Inspected a reports that as the Russian battleshir four Italian dwellings, 400 barrels of cruiser Novlk has arrived at Kora-
it C Hhort. Martin Hobert, and T. fl. stein, commanding him forthwith to
number of cattle at Halsey. Linn coun Sevastopol was emerging from Port oil and burned four pumping rigs. akevsk, a port of the Island of Sak
■hannan all of Klamath Falla, Oregon.
Colfax—Club, 65c; bluestem, 71c.
ty. prior to their shipment to Nevada. Arthur yesterday she struck a mine Wells Nos. 2 and 6 were not injured halin, and that the Russian cruiser
Anv ami «11 persona claiming adverse disarm the cruiser Askold nn«l
ly the atMive-deaorlbed lands «ro request-
Considerable scab was found among and afterward was seen to be listed except by the destruction of machin Diana, concerning whose fate there haa
2l to III«
OF that "the llagH on both vessels were 72c.
the stock. This was ordered eradi to starboard. She was towed back ery. Tonight the fire Is confined to been considerable anxiety, has been
hLrnra »«bl Hth <l«y of October, 1PM
I lowered at 7 o'clock tonight.”
lui Gran le—Club, 62c ; blueetem, 6nc. cated before shipment.
before saiu ey« N/WAT8ON( fUgl.ter.
into the harbor.
wells Nos. 7 and 8.
seen off Hong Kong.