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FORT NEEDS COAL.
Port Arthur (annul Much Longer
Supply the Russian Ships.
FALLA, ICLAMATII COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER
«(ONO DAV Of <(INVENTION.
IrrlgaHonlats C»«c» Offker* and
Decide on Next Meeting.
mercy is forgotten .
Trlghlful Scenes Enacted Aboot Fort
Newsy Hems Gathered from All
Ontario, Or., HepL 21—Tbe ■«<■■ n I
Tslngtaii. Hept. 24 —Heveral col I lei■ Nint' Ohio School Girls Suf
Chefoo, Sept. 21
| Ideutenant Prine* Radalvll, of tha
arrived liele within the last ten ■lays,
Parts of the World.
day ot the irrigation convention opened
fixated In Vault.
Kusalan army, who reached her* last
it is Iwliaved their cargoes ar« intend
at tha Opera house yesterday morning
WEALTH TOD POLK.
BEET HARVEST IS ON.
night from Port Arthur, baaring di*-
ed for Port Aithui. lit« British col
with a large attendance of delegate».
Of INTEREST TO OUR READERS
patches from Geaaral Stoeaasl, th*
her Fusion llall !>■■ Iranslermd her SCORE OTHERS NARROW ESCAPE
The night trains brought in a large Grower» and Packers of Hops Gel Heavy Yield ot Tine Quality In oommander-ln-chlaf of th* Russian
cargo of Card iff coal to the German
stronghold, to Qsnaral Kuropatkin,
General Review of linportani Happen- steam«'r Erica which tlie l-a-al author Wrrc Precipitalid Itilo (csapuol by contingent from lb* !5e»t, also a large
EleMs al La Grande.
the temper of the belligerents at Port
viaiting delegation from Boise and in
pelila'« Presented in a Brief and
independence.—In some of
(oltapvc of Elowr Rcscucra are
Arthur has reached aa absolutely mer
given aaaiiraiice that no attempt would
Prtaea Radalvil served
termediate town* in Idaho. President ■ mailer bop yards, picking Is done, cated near this city, ba* commenced, ciless stage
Ovcrxomc by Ihc Euul Gas.
Ire made to enter Port Arthur.
but in the larger yards, harvest will
with th* British la th* Bo*r War, and
not be over until some time during
Erica aailed at daylight, and Japan Is
h* says that antll h* baouna sears of
Tbe first »peaker of the day was lion. thia week. A few pickers, homeward been a very favorable one for beet the stale of affaire at Port Arthur ba
Th» new Russimi minister of the In given aa her destination, but it 1» lx*
Cincinnati, Hept. 26.—At least nine
terior will adopt a lile-r.il policy toward lieved aliu will ultimately make for •choul girls were • ufl■ mated in a vault Thomas G. Hailey, ol Pendleton, mem bound, have passed through town, but greater than in any previous year. A Lad no Idea that war could b* so hor
the bulk of them are yet to ■tart from
Port Arthur, where the Russian* ■ re
ber of tbe state commission to draft a tbe bop fields.
number of fields. It Is estimated, will
It was sat forth ia thee* dlapatche*
offering stupendous induceiuants for th. txlay dining tbe afternoon rec«aa at
Grower* in this district have uni
Admiral Dewey has ju.t celebrated
some weeks ago that aortoua suspic
Pleasant Itidge publii acbool house, and state irrigation law to be aubmittrsi to
delivery of coal.
foruily paid GO cents a box anil there
th« fiotli anniversary ul his entrance
ions were entertained by both b*llig-
H. Davidson, an Amrlean merchant, aa »core of others narrowly ea< ape«l tbe legislature thia winter. Mr. Hail will have been paid out to plckera In of excellent quality.
into the navy.
»rents that th* other waa misusing
ey explained that the commiaai« n had tbe neighborhood of *100,<XK*. Includ-
who lia-l a Russian coal contract and the same horrible dea'b.
Extensive improvement* are being ths Had Cross Th* suspicions hav*
A freight train struck a «sgoli load. waa ordered to leave Port Arthur on
made in the fa< tirry, and much new
All of the victims were from the secured the services of a government ir Ing tbe money for other necessary machinery la being added. A large deea increased by th* commtoelon of
»«I with dynamite near CumtierlftOd, February 16 last, ia now at Taitiglsu.
help, wood, sulphur, burlap, baling,
various act* by th* soldi« s of both
etc., the amount pdid out will exceed tank for storing ayrup ia being built, armlea antll now even flags of true*
Tao trainmen ante killed lie telle the Aaa-a'iate-l Pica» corre- primary grades. On opposite aides of
and ginr persons iujured
■poll-lent that when he left the < <ial tlie spat utu» grouud* in the rear of the
or surrender ar* not respect*d by
had prepared tbe draft ot a bill which will pay out iJ'J.OUO for picking alone. hold the ayrup left over Ctom ths either aid*.
Japan--»« force*, divided Into four supply there was very mm h depleted. suburban school building are two out-
Prine* Radalvil declare* that th*
Ihi account of the Ruaaian warships
armi»«, continu« to advance on Mok
Plowing baa begun on the 1206 acre men of both armlea era absolutely
At re»«*«, about 30 young would be taken up by tbe state com- like auni for pl< king, and a number of
-leu. Ht. Pet« I»i-iirg does not lielieve having been compelled t> kce-p up full gills were in the outhouse aasigoed to miaaion aoon. He explained that the grower* will pay from *2500 to *50UU farm lately purchased by the auger vanemoua in their aatagontom. Lieut
company, near Union, a large portion enant-General Btoeaeei baa addressed
Kuropatkin will stubbornly resist the ■team day ami night for marly eight
United States government would have to pickers.
months and th» enormous quantities o' them, when the floor gave way pre
No sales are being made. Ralph of which wlll be planted in sugar beets his garrison, saying that ths present
fuel ri-q Hired for the water condensing cipitating them in the limit walle«l
Williams, of Dallas, has made some for tbe next year's crop.
mood of th* Japenas* Indicate* clear
Vesuvius is gradually Iwoming ■li plant, there must bi a coal famine
ceespiHil, 12 het deep, and containing irrigation ecbemes in this state, hence ■mall purchases at 27 cents.
ly the necessity of resisting them to
ive. Aali«-» ami sparks of lire rise ne- there now unless more cc al has arrived.
Athena Growers Sell Wheat.
Tbe grower* in this district are left
the necessity ot having a bill passed
the last drop of Russian blood, be
casionlaly to ■ lieight <>( 700 feet. The
The Japanese have since then ent of!
In better circumstances than they
stored _ at cause if th* Jepanea* soldiers entered
__ _ 1* ______
Ilin fiantic struggles ot H um «tie
« t oplion Is tin- tn ■ »I ectsc ilar in the the water stipp'y, a hen tli« garrison
have been for many years. During thia place to be held by owners. The the fortress it undoubtedly would b*
the government officials.
last t«u prete
the period of low price*, many were most la sold outright to wholesale impossible for their officers to con
would have to depend entirely upon the were on t<>|> kept st least nine under-
The chief address ot the morning reduced to tbe verge of lnaolvency, buyers. Fully 75 per cent of the seas trol them and prevent a massacre.
Cholera has app. arisi at Port Arthur. eondenaer. If a coal famine prevails, ii«atl> until they were dead
and it took the profit* of last year and on's crop baa been disposed of. Only For this restaon Lieutenant-General
Upto Ilin present only a few < asea the town must t e g- tttng water fr>»n frame she«l over the aewrt waa alaiut aaa delivere«l by Judge J. H- Richaida, the year before to pay off the bard a small per cent baa been moved, but
Stoeeael la making no objection to civ
have Is eu re|sirtrd, hut there ar« impure water wells, which would ■ I mi
20 feet iquat*, without windows, ■nd of Boise, Idaho, on "The Home and Ir time* Indebtedness. This year they the W. & C. R. company Is running ilians leaving Port Arthur.
grave tears that the dise*»» will be
started In independent and the prof trains out nearly every day now and
When the SOO women who ar* en
had only one narrow doorway, One rigation.” Mr. Richards «aid that the its for this year* crop represents tbe O. R. t N. company haul* out
gaged In Port Arthur in hospital work
girl in th«- party e»« ape<l falling, Hhe
money that tbe grower may use a* he many cars daily, Farmer* do not de- were advised to leave, they replied
Th« Japanese are attacking Port
NEW LAND POLIC V.
sire to hold their grain at the present they would rather face th« possibility
ran into tlie school building and told hood came from the borne beautiful. pleases.
Arthur nt ■ much tlarcsr manner than
high prices. The beavleat purchasers of massacre than daaert their post*.
Following thia line of thought, Mr.
No Permit for Sheep.
Whole ball* lions are Tracts Withdrawn Will Not Ac Sold the teacher« what lied happened.
are the Preston-Parton Milling Com
In consequence of th* fact the*
kllle.1 by Ruasian mines,
pany, the Pacific State» Warehouse flags of true* ar* ignored, numbers of
Principal T. I.. Zimmerman and seven
ei Soon os Ur stored.
a sheepman of Asotin county, who Company and tbe Pacific Coast Ele-
rone of ligi and Kaunmura a»»i.l in
the Japanee* dead which hav* b*ea
female teachers ran to the reacue. Mr
wag arraigned In the Justice court on ator Company, all of whom have re
Washington, Hept. 24.—Ibe terre-
tbe areali it.
of gaining a livlibood under proper
lying on th* alop«e of th* hill* of th*
taiy of the interior hai ordered rmtor* I
amounts. Hauling northeast defenses for weak* past ar*
Iltiigtry haa piare»!
this week, as now still unburied, and th* stanch In Port
«*<1 to rntry n |M»ftion ot the land« in the dranchetl girls clinije-d out, moat
under a tain.
••liagii end WfiAtrom countiee, W mr I i - I of them fainting as soon aa they of citiaens, both for tbe state and na Inspector of thia county, was fined but few loads straggled in, coming Arthur from decomposing bodice when
Deputy District Atorney S. Z from isolated farms.
the wind to in th* right direction to
The Japanese continue to move to )gt<>n, tliat wrrr trmorerily withdruwn reach*«! lire surface, over<-ome by flight tion.
Henderson prosecuted the case, and
in iMrernhrr. I DO?, with a view to en-
Dr. Withycombe, of tbe state agricul Hon J. A. Burleigh, ex-representative
an<! »ewer gas.
Railroad to Be Extended.
Th* Russian soldiers, who ar* la
.arging the Washington forett nwerve
tural college, delivered an interesting for Union and Wallowa counties, was
The fialernatie* of America will meet
Tlie teachers were soon reinforced
Cottage Grove.—O. B. Hengen. of soma cases posted within 5M paean
<>n I hr «rat aide.
Three land« wrrr
In Porll*n<l in 11*05.
•satninrd hy the forrwtry hinrati and by the entire population of the rub- address on tbe educated farn>er. Asotin county have been running their New York, business manager of the from heaps of decaying dood, hav*
New Yol is experiencing the coldest found unamtahlr for forrtt reserve pur url>a, the police ami fire departments Hpeaktng of the government irrigation sheep Into this county for several Oregon 4 Southeastern Railroad Com constantly to wear their handker
chiefs soaked in camphor, a* other
pany, has been here several <
Reptember in 34 years
pore. Honir arr agiicultmal in chai-
project for Malheur county, Mr. Withy- years, and there are reported to be looking over the affairs of the da ya. wise they would b* unabl* to rental*
rendering < f!«-« tive service.
six other sheepmen from that section
combe said that it bad come to bis who have their sheep in the northern companies. He announced that con- at their poets.
Clilef Joseph, tlie fatuous Nea Perces
Principal Zimmerman finally fainted
•idrrahlr erra ia valuable tor ita tini-
Indian warrior, la -lead.
knowledge that aome of the prominent part of the county at the present strucllon win commence on the I ex-
>»er. The rra»>n the tiinlwr landa arr
tension of the railroad soon, The
citizens of this valley were sacrifl. mg time, and who will In all probability road is now 16 miles long, and a force
Tlie Sovereign gland l.elge of the <hid lo Iw turnml hack to tlie public domain til the <h-ath poo) waa cleaied.
have to answer to the same charge
Fellows wlil meet In Philadelphia ueat ia lx'< aii»r they arr itolatrd traete, lo
their pereoual inti-rests in order lo as Flerchinger. Tbe case tried will will b« kept at work until the line is No S ucccm M TNgh» Ho* Yet Rcca
rescued alive preeented such an ap;>ear-
completed to the reserve line, a dis
calmi among land» now in private
further the government irrigation be appealed to the circuit court.
Ma4c at St- Loots.
tance of four miles. A part of tbe
Tlie Ruslan Vladivostok cruisers are ownrrahlpa It would not lx* practica-
plans. Following out this suggestion,
Tire In Cascade Reserve.
St Louis, Sept >1.—Aa the cloeeA
re|oirt>-«l to have put to Sea to prey up
the doctor spoke at some length on co
Albany.—Parties returning from the Relative to the Oregon Securities season for airship flights in th* grand
thr adjoining private landa, ■ nd til it
James Smith, age«l 14, a pupil
Company, be said it would probably prix* matches at th* World's Tair ap
Breltenbush Hot Springs report
operation aa « factor in irrigation.
¡xtlicy ia not favored.
structlve forest fires burning in the be 60 days before the large mill plant proaches th* questio* of extending
By ilia collapse of a pier of a steel
In r«M*toting three land» to rntry the
At tbe afternoon session the commit mountains along tbe North Santiam would be put in operation. They have the time and otherwise modifying th*
bridge al Vinita, I. T., three men were interior department la adopting a new and got the flag which was made into tee on organization reported the follow
river. One of these fire* is in the 220 feet of cross-cut in hard rock to rules governing th* contest la being
killed aud 20 tnjusrd.
There and all other landa a rope that rescued several.
ing officer» tor the ensuing year:
magnificent timber of the Cascade run yet before they strike the Cham onaidered by tha aeronautic commu
A fire which broke out in B-eton at •
forest reserve and 1* doing consider pion lead. The water Is very low. and te*.
The tlm* limit e*t by th* rul**, be
an early morning hour trapped erven ,
able damage. It started about 16 they are only to run one shift a day.
ly, but will t»r advert lard for V0 day*. enteml tbe vault and carried nut sev dleton; aecumi vice president, F. W. miles northeast of Detroit, and is
fore which the contestants for the
men who wet» unable to escape.
grand prise war* to have began their
Thia ia to give every one an equal eral bodies, among them that of hi« Metealf, Arcadia; secretary. A. King burning in a northern direction.
Prune Season About Over.
The Rock Island railroad has laid of! chance to take up nrwly opened landa, «laughter. Then he fainte«L At the Wilson, Port'and; treasurer, A. H.
trial flights, is September *0. Aa this
This fire is in the heart of the Cas
season will la only 11 days away and non* of th*
nearly 2,000 of the men In Kansas and to prevent any one g< ttmg unfair same time there were other parent* in [levers, Portland.
cade forest reserve, and quite a dis
soon be over at this place. The Mil
«hop» m order to leduce expenses.
Tliiw waa not done in the the trow<1 who fainted when it ■ as
Hon. J. N. Williamson waa the chief tance from the course of travel or ton Fruitgrowers' union will finish contestants as yet has made a suc
cessful flight and no deflnit* dates
A revise«! list of tlie Russian casual caaoof tlie Blur mountain landa rrH red announce«! that all ot the living had a fieaker of the afternoon. Mr. Wil- camping places of pleasure-seekers. packing and shipping this week, and
have been set for future trial flights,
It Is presumed to have been started
ties at I iao Yang ■how* that 1,*IO in Oregon, but the rule will hereafter Ix-en rescued, ami their chiblien «eie liameon bad to deal with a delicate
by the Indians In an effort to destroy the Walla Walla Produce Company the question of extending th* time tor
were k 11 led, 10,HI I wounded and 1,212 apply to all landa «drminatrd from still among the missing.
subject, aud the opera house was the feed on the reserve and thus keep will finish in about a week, The Mii- the contests rather than have them go
withdrawal«, aa writ aa landa which
I. fl on the field
crowded to it* capacity when he deliv- out the sheep, great herds of which ton Fruitgrowers’ Union and
the by default is receiving th* serious con
ate cut out of rRtablnhrd rvacivea.
errsi hi* sddteaa on "Diapoeitton to Be are annually driven over the Indian Shields' Fruit Company have shipped sideration of th* exposition authori
CHINA HAS APOLOGIZED.
A general« .san It ai begun upon Port
20 cars and the Walla Walla Produce ties.
Made of tbe Range Lands of the Arid hunting grounds In the reserve.
Company has shipped the
At present there era only thra*
an»i Semi-Arid Region.”
COST or UNSTABLE CURRENCY.
amount, but expects to ship more be aaronauta in tha city who hav* enter
King Peter, of Hervia, has been
Salem Can Use Bar Gravel.
liatnson sjioke with deliberation and
Guard at Pekin.
fore the season closes. The price to ed th* match for th* grand prta*.
poeitiveness. After dealing with the
Salem.—Judge Galloway has ren-
the growers has been 75 cents per They are: T. C. Benbow, of Montana;
Philippines Out 41,294,05» as Re
Paris, Sept. 26.—Tire foreign office matter in ail its phase*, he raid that in d*red a decision in tbe Minto gravel
Russia expect* the ships at Port Ar
hundred, and all seem well pleased Captain Baldwin, of San Fmnciseo,
sult uf Elut tuatlons in .Silver.
bar case in which he perpetually en over their returns. The payroll has and Francis Conteur. a French aeron
I bur to sally forth soon.
Washington, Sept *24.—The bureau minister at Pekin »eying that China the best means of solving the problem, joined the defendants from lnterfer- been quite large, as the shippers have
aut. who arrived in 8t. Louie Satur
Hie Japanese ate pleasing on to of insular affairs of the war depart has given the most complete apology provided the present l'u>‘t o( owner
■ ing with the employes of the City of employed men, women and children day. Of th* three, B*abew is th* only
Mukden aud a battle la imminent.
ment in Its review and final audit of am! reparation for tlie attack ol Chi- ship was removed, taking into consid
nearly all the summer. They pay 3 oa* who ha* mad* a trial flight. At
Salem while they are taking grave! cents per crate for packing, and some
th* time h* aaaayed oScially hla air
Russia chargea Britain with break the finances of the Philippine govern lie«« soldiers at I'ekin upon Captain eration location, condition and value of
ing failli in concluding the treaty w itli ment has definitely fixed the loss sus I arihe, of the French legation guar«!, lan»l cutside of the irrigate»! area, each from the northeast corner of Minto workers pack as high as 80 crate« tn ship waa not free of th* ground, being
tained by the insular treasury, up to «•n Monday last
The captain was in individual to take what ia necessary to Island, for use on the streets of Sal
held captlva by * rop* from th*
June 30, 11*03, due to the fluctuating sulted amt «truck with a stick, but lie support a family. It is a question of em. The decision is of great import
ground, and he, of co«r«*, did not
Surveying Power Sites.
value of the silver currem ty in general was not seriously hurt.
The French climatic conditions, altitude and water ance to the City of Salem as the Min
Captain Baldwin to th* only on* of
Eugene.—W. J. Wilsey, manager the
circulation in the Islands until a recent minister energetically protested U» the support; an arbitrary rule wiii not ap tos alleged that the city had only a
ììinl>«-r Latto, A< t Juri« ), UÌS.
th* thro* who to known positively to
date at »1.
general commanding the Chinese, who ply.
. revokable license which had been re Willamette Valley Electric railroad have qualified fer an entry tn th* con
Non« i. k > u ri iii . ica t ion .
This 1< as to the insular government wrote the minister an abject apology
t nlt«*«l Hlul«-a Land « Utl< r,
Ira Smith read an address prepared scinded.
company, announces that surveyor* test for the grand prism
l.ak,«l«'w, «ir«aoii. Jul> 15. IISH
are now in the field surveying sitae
Nell«, I» m-rsby sitili itiai In «.-empit was brought alxiut largely by the fact while the Chinese captain commanding by Senator Mitchell, who was unable to
ali»« wiili thè provlaiona ut ili» act et that when silver was dear Mexican dol the assaulting soldiers made a personal be present. Addresses were delivered
Trail Creek Road Rebuilt.
for power plants. Four aitee have
Trophic a a* Japanese Vtctasy.
unii«« a. Isis. «-nlltl«-u "An ad tur III« lars were alnu«t exclusively offered fol HfHilogy to Captain Laribe.
La Grande—The Trail Creek-Im been selected, any one of which
sai, «r timiH-r lamia In ih» Hiatea ot
8*pt 11— Margate Oyaasa,
eral Crawford, President Brannick, A.
i alltornla. ««regoli. Nevada and tv ash
liigioii ì«irllor>, aa ealsttoed lo all Ih» silver was cheap and the Mexicans five ringleaders to punishment only one King Wilson, E. H. Percy, government naha road, which runs through some would prove satisfactory. As soon a* Commaader-ln Chief ot tka Japan**«
t'uhlh lailiU HUilea li> a» l ot Aug ial 4.
parts of Wallowa county to the Imna the surveys on tbe site* are complet force* la tha field, report* that th*
1-». Ihe lollowu,« peisona Imi» llil» da) ovei valued comparatively little «as degree short of death. Owing to the law clerk, and D. W. Ross, engineer tn
nie«l in itila otti,*' Im-ir sworn aiatemvnia offered in payment of dues, and credit action of the general, the officials here cbar>* of tbe government reclamation ha mining district, was almost totally ed a big corps of surveyors will be armlea under 0*aarala Kuroki end
N'odxu made no prisoner* tn th* fight
destroyed by one of the cloud-bursts put on the various routes of the pro ing before Liao Tang. General Kuro
ors of the government sought by every do not consider that this incident ami setv ce in Idaho.
of California, «worn I meann* possible to obtain settement by the assault on the Italian soldiers Sep-
Mr. Rons said that the irrigation pro
ki captured 40 horse*, *H rifle*, AM
fur Ihr |>ur« haa« of
gon early tn July, in which some peo posed system, in order to have every
H . the government in Mexican money. tetnber 16 indicate anotlier general jects now under consideration in Idaho ple In that section nearly lost their thing In readiness for construction round* of artillery and Wfl.Mfl rounds
lh*< nw1». H
Hans« fra >.
In this way silver money won <1 la- anti-foreign movement
Therefore the ami Oregon if carried out to completion
of rifl* ammunition, telegraph appar
lives. It has been under repair since work early in the spring.
John II. r»
atus and various miscellaneous im
Crux, HtMtrt of
C'ourity ut a------ ------------------
-. ‘ Call- taken in at a high rale of exchange to reparations have lieen accepted and the would support a population of 300,000 that time, and is now almost complet
plement*. General Nodxu captured
tornii*, aworn I RmKTIII'lll
MI7, tor Ih» gold and paid out at a much lower rate incident is closed.
One Half of Crop Disposed Of.
It has cost Wallowa county
purclmae ol the
aw 1 «»
H<-< ( tlon
lo. Town than received.
1*0 rifles, 100» round* of artillery and
The convention voted to meet next *717.60 for labor and supplies.
Pendleton.—Only about one-half ef 37.*00 round* ef rifl* ammunition,
ahlp Jì Houlli, Italia''
111* I, Kaat
Under the new coinage act, which is
year in Portland.
Ordered to Portland.
Mark H Chea« . uf 8i»n Joar,
three heliograph*, telephones, tools,
Manta Clara. Minte ot California, »worn no« in successful operation, Mexican
To Purchase 20-Stamp Mill.
Washington, Sept. 26.—Major Thom
tor the , purenaae
alnieineiit No 2- smm , ............
...... ....... of
and large quantities of foodstuffs and
Medford.—Dr. J. F. Reddy, of Spok wheat crop has been disposed of to
Ili« «'V» or s«1». se1» ot m '« Hi-etlon II. and money is no longer recelpable for pub as C. Goodman, pay master, was today
Palma Will Protect America.
timber. General Oku captured enough
li» ‘ 1, i H«’ctlon
' tlon I'»'
'i‘..—«-«<o il lic dues.
ane. who recently bonded the Opp date. Of late the market has bees
relieved from further duty in the de
Havana, Sept. 22.M—inister Squiers
timber to construct railroad depots.
Èaat W. M.
quartx mine, located near Jackson well up. but growers are loth to sell.
Thac t they will ofTer
, : “ to ahow that
partment of the Gulf, to take effect had an interview today with President
ville. has left for San Francisco to Only one-fourth of the crop disposed
Ih» lami amialit Is more valuable tor Ita
Rush of Immigrants.
Icc Shut Out Relief Force.
upon the expiration of his present Palma regarding legislation by which purchase a 20-stamp mill and other of has been shipped out Dealers are
timiiir or stona tliiiii
pur|H>nea aito to cHtubllMli tloir claims
Tromeoe, Norway, Sept. *1.—V. 8.
I irerpool. Hept. 24.—The streets leave, and will then proceed to and it i* proposed to put sugar grinding
anxiously awaiting the time when all
lo »uld land I i-for« the Kt'MlNicr and Ik- leading to the steerage ofllces of the take station at Portland, reporting to and other machinery on the free list. machinery. J. W. Opp left Thursday that has been purchased can be
Champ, secretary to William Z*lg1er,
morning to join Dr. Reddy. A large
«elvi'r .il I.al««» ii w, Oregon,
ilny. III« Sili «Iny or udolier, IWH.
trans-Atlantic steamship companies the- commanding general of the depart As a result of the conference, it is prob force of men has begun work clear moved. Hauling continues as rapidly and who I* in charge of the relief ex
Tliry nani« as wllnesnea: Mark it.
Cap able that the bill will lie so amended ing ground for the erection of the as the dusty roads permit, and a large pedition sent to aeareh for the Arctic
Chase, Hall .In.»«, California, T. II. Hhan- were blocked today by thousands of ment of the Columbia for duty.
non, atto Wm. < 'nrnilehuel, K lama ili emigrants, clamoring for a last chance tain T. C. Dulin, assistant surgeon of the as to protect the United State* in hir buildings. Work will be pushed ■nd part of the crop I* in the warehouses. exploration steamer America, arrived
Falla, ciregim, John 11. Hlnnott, ltoulder
here thl* afternoon at 1 o'clock oa
It Is expected everything will be in
Creek, Ciiiilui nli», ili-ora» Meeheii. Han to get to America for *10, the reports National Guard of Washington, was to right* nmler the reciprocity treaty. running order within 60 days.
board the steamer Frithjof.
that the rate war was over being gen ils)- authorized by tbe president to pur President Palm* gave Mr. Squiers •*
Baker County Pair Dates.
Frithjof reached latitude 7*: 10 north.
Auy unii all persona »'Inlmlna advera» erally la-lieved. The White Star line sue s regular course of instruction at surance* that he would not approve of
Baker City.—The director* of the Mr. Champ In a statement given out
ly ih» ii I hiv «' <l«'si'rllH'«l lumia are r«<|ucst-
any legislation inimical to the reci
e»l lo III« tliolr »-Ialina In Ihla off!re ou or ■teaniei Baltic, which sailed today, the- army medical school.
Salem.—T. A. Livealay 4 Co., have Baker County Fair and Speed Associ here aays:
“I regret to report my
beton» aulii óth «Iny ot « irtiilier, ÌWU.
took over 2.000 *10 emigrants and
procity treaty. It is expected that the brought suit In the Circuit Court to ation have placed the date for hold failure to reach Frans Joe*f Land.
J. N WATSON. Iteglater.
many wore left behind for lack of ac
Rccclvcr for Mine Concern.
bill will lie reconsidered.
enjoin John Johnson, of Woodburn, ing the fair from October 11 to 15. The ice condition* were Insurmount
from disposing of a certain crop of There will be 12000 hung up In pure able and the approaching winter and
The American line
New Yotk, Sept. 26.—Judge Holt, of
hops of 20,000 pounds, for which plain es, besides the 51500 state money to the heavy frost compelled ua to aban
More Ships for Baltic Meet.
steamer Morion was tilled up with the the United States district court, has
Ttmiier lauto. Ad June 3. 1K7B
has -a contract. This contract be distributed in premium* on agri don further effort to get north.”
Nol'UIC Filli l’IJIll.tCATION.
appointed Allred Roelket, Jr., receiver
Berlin,'Sept. 22.—The correepohdent
was made over a year ago. and covered cultural exhibits. A contract ha* been
tlnlb'l Hlates Gatto offli'e,
of tin- General Metals company, of this of the Lokal Azeier has telegraphed the crop mentioned for five years at let for building the pavilion and
lutkevh'W. ore., July 11, UHM
Cut Off Opened to Traffic.
Peace Assured In Uruguay.
Noti« « la h«rehy alven limi In compil
city, which professes to have a capital from Reval to hie paper an interview 14 cents a pound. A suit arose out of grandstand.
Salt Lak*. Sept. 31.—Without core
ane« wlth III« previstoli* ot III« ad ot
that contract last year, and resulted
Congreaa ot June 3, 1S7S, «ntttlsd "An
monies of any kind th* great Ogd*n-
ad tor III« sul« "t IImber Intuì» In tha The basis of peace between the guvern- reduction of gold ore into bullion it command of the Rnraian Baltic fleet, In favor of the plaintiff, but is still
Sells 4,000 Ewes.
Lueen cut-off of the Harriman system,
Hlnl«-a ot Callfornln, Oregon. N«vaila ami m -nt of Uruguay and the Uruguayan Colorado City, Colo. The appointment in which the admiral declares that he pending In the courts.
Baker City.—Lee Bro*., prominent running aero** the north end of Orest
Washington l'errltory," n» «xt<nd«<l to
sheep men of thl* place, have »old Salt Lake, we* today opened for p**-
all llm Public Lami Htnlea by ad ot revolutionary forces lias been formulat of a receiver was made on an involm a expect* three additional ships lefore
Aoglat 4, INP'J,
1000 head of choice yearling ewee to •enger traffic. It ha* b*en In use for
ed by President Ordonex ami accepted tary petition filed by Joseph M. Racon, long, and with that augmented squad-
HOWARD C. IlEAM.
Enterprise.—Old settlers of tfils a Wyoming buyer at (2.25 per head. aome tlm* for part of th* overland
ot K burnì 111 Fnlla, County ot Klnmnth, in principle by the revolutionists. An who alleges he is a creditor of the Gen ron, he wil* leave for the Far East.
Milite ot Oregon, bus Ihla «Iny tllril In armistice lies been concluded.
The correepondent dimly intimate* that county say that this section of the The *heep are at present on the freight traffic, but today it waa made
The eral Metals company.
Ulta ottica liln aworn atatetnent, No 2S«7,
the arrival of this squadron need not country Is experiencing the longest range near Cornucopia, but will be an actual part of th* overland system
ter Ih« puri'hnso ot tlm aeU of a«^ ot place terms are that the revolutionists
dry spell in Its history, there having delivered In this city for shipment
xnd henceforth all train* will be run
Medlon No. !>. In Townahlp No. 3S Mouth, shall surrender their arms and that the Telephone In Place of Telegraph.
he expected before apt ing.
been no rainfall for over a month.
tinnir«' N" I* Hnat. ¡«mi wlll offsr proor
over the track* of th* cut-off, which
to almw tlmt thè lumi »«night I» more government shall agree not to interfere
Chicago, Sept. 26.—As rapidly as
Luckily, the crops were all well ma
«tretche* for mile* In aa abaelutaty
valiiahle tur II» tlmlier or »tene thnn tor with the property of the revolutionists the change can lie brought about the
Killing Trost at Grand Torks.
tured before the dry weather began,
straight line over piling and filling*
Il g r li'U 11 uni I purpo»«». and to e»tnl>ll»h and electoral freedom I h > granted.
Grand Forka, N. D„ Hept. 22.—The consequently ft has also been one of
Portland — Walla
management of the Burlington system
hla clalm to »uhi lumi heforo tleorgi« T.
7*. through the water of Salt Lak*.
Iinlilwln, County Jmlgo of Kliimnth
has determined to substitute the tele first killing frost of the season visited the best years for harvesting ever binestem, 84c: valley, 85c.
County, tirinoli, ut Klainiith Full», tlre-
Asuncion la Cut Off.
Population of Buenos Ayres.
Tacoma—Binestem, 85c; club, 80e.
phone for the telegrsph in dispatching this locality last night. The tempera known.
gnn, oli Hiilurilny, ili» Klh day ut Oclo-
Bueno* Ayro*. Sep*, fl.—Aaoordiag
New York, Sept. 24.—A municipal and operating Ixith passenger and ture was at the freesing point and ice
i/o nume» a" wltne»»«»: K. M. Colson,
to dlspatche* received k*r*. tb* rev
II. C. Hhort, Mnrllii Robert, iimt T. H. census has just been taken, says a Her freight tiains. The announcement was was formed on all exposed water. Cut
Milton.—Apples are plentiful and of
olutionists of Paraguay ar* concen
Hhnnniin, nll of KlnmiUh Full», Oregon. ald dispatch from Buenos Ayies. The made today after the conclusion of com corn was killed ami large quantity of
all varieties The outlook for price« Is
Any unii nll perenna clnlmlng nitvcree-
trating their toad forces at town* par
ly ili« above-dcecrllied lumi» are reqtieat- bxact figures are not yet known, but the prehensive tent* that have l<een in pio- flax. There ia still some green wheat, not flattering
Shippers expect to
allel with th* raflwar aad have cut
«d to file tlielr clHltn» In thl» otti«« on or population of Buenos Ayres is estimat gross for several years on vatious parts bnt this will be good for nothing but commence shipping as soon as the 73c.
of *uppB*a aad aeuiasunieattoa with
before «ahi st li itay of October, IBM
of the system.
prune season Is over.
J. N. WATSON, lieglstar.
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