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WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1900:
A Russian tiecrral la Ccrnrnand
- cf international forces.
HASTENS THE WORK Of REUff
Chinese Government Report to Hi
Minister la Washington, the
Departure of Legations. t
LONDON, June: 2S. The composite
brigade at 'XX men who raise-d the In
.rertmcxit of Tien 'rsin and pushed on
to lielp Admiral JSeymour, has prob
ably saved him, but ha not yet reach
ed Che Foo, the ne-arest railroad point.
Hi. it Bteann-r arriving at Che Foo
from Taku 4rouht this iiease, dated
Tien Tsln, Monday, June 2TOi:
- "The Russian general In command of
tbe relief force had decided, in view of
Saturday's heavy fighting and march
ing, that one day's rtt forctbe trois
was essential, and that the advance
ehould not be ft-snmfJ until today.
Me-anwhllo came Admiral Seymour's
heliograph that hi iosition was des
gierate, and that ha could only hold out
two elays. The n-llef started at dawn
today eMeuiday). ; ; - j
Saturday fighting began ' at day-
. - . a " " . i ' w.S . .
fljivaK. lne anieu iorees opeue-vi h.iu
-several of the Terrible's 4.7 naral guns,
six field guns and numerous machine
Miiij 'thu fiJn Jailmr nt fin mn-'ir
Tliey continued to advance atead'.Iy,
rtbe ' Chinese artillery replying. The
gun of the allies were more skilfully
haud4d awl put the gun of the Chi-
nese retreating alsout nooii.
Tlie Russduns stormed the arsenal,
thereby sustaining the largest losws.j
Several thousand Japanese have Ceft
.Taku for Tien Tuln, and altogether
l.l,OU Japanese have, landed. The In
ternational troops now aggregate ncir
ly 20,ou, and Japan I preparing to
mml 2M more. With the l?rit;.4h.
American and other troops ordernl to
go'; probably meu will In avail-:
able in a tuonth. The Ton Shan re-tu-Kit'K
and the foreign engiuefT at 4be
Jn the field, as 2.i,r) drlled troops. at
Lu Tat, 2o,om at Shan llai Wan, 1.1,0H0
driven from T.vn Tsin, and VMflOO at
Ftkln. .-.. ' , , A
h I'KKl X UKPCHtTS. I j
' Wnishingroiv Juny 27. T1k )inege
. 1 1 . f 1 . t . ; . t -. iu
iiiiii.ivr vamti i iiR'iuiiii; uu uir
Secretary of State and communicated
to him the contents of a dispatch which
he hal received from the Txung; li
Yamen, at I'ekin, daUxl on '1he !tb
lnt. The diiatcii Ktated that the for
eign ministers had Aeforv this iate
flsketl iernii.sion for the kgation
guards to enter tbe city, which fKr
miMha had been granted; that tfiey
md?iuntly aktd that thei? guards
le reinforced, which the Chinese gov
ernment was not disposetl to permit.
The dispatch then gxs on to tate that
the consul general at Tien "f sin (sup
posed to iie the French coueul-guera!)
had k'aianled the -surrender of the
Takue fort and that the foreLrn min
ister were Jjortly to leave Fekin for
Tien Tin with their guards.
FEKLIX IX WASIlIXtlTOXi
VashingYoa. Jnue 27. Tlie devc4ot-
Vmenta.of toilay respecting China wer?
Imiwrtant aud Interesting. The Chl
tiese nilnliterg report of the departure
"I 1 1" lUIt'lU UUlllSlvTS. IIIK1 IllCir
guards from I'ekiu greatly relieveil the
olttclal here, who took it'o tbe tlrit
"tangiille evidence that the Imperial
Ohini'e trnvemntent luid n full rHilirn-
tiou the t'ttortuity of nerutit tins' tbe
mmisters to come to personal harm.
nnd were thus undertaking, a far as
Liv In their lrtwir. : ti- nltaorrn l th
aiiM'-nllies of intt-rnatlonal exchange.
The keenest interest 1 uliown by the
ifl1elaU-to learn the condition! under
which the minister left I'eklu. Min
ister Wn' dispatch was ominously si
lent on that point. nd tliougb tbe min
tstrr Uimelt ia!naln Almost obsti
nately, his coutldenee In .the non
existence f a tate : of war,
Ik Is generally admitted that lit
will Jm difficult to accept hi conclu
wiojLf It shall transpire that the Fekin
government Itself lias sent tbe minis
ters away with their passports, r,
what may come to the same thing,
with a guard as a safe conduct. At the
state department it L said that, if it
shall e explained that the imperial
sovernmcnt did this, not with
the purpost,of rupturing the di
plomat io relations, ibut simply to
Insure the safety of tbe mini,.
trrs which they were una '.e to guaran
tee as long as tlvey remained in Fekin.
tlten there Is till ground for an under
standing.'.. ; j ;V;' , - j " j ,
t kEMFFFUKTOnTS. 1 If
"Washington, Jane 27. The following
cablegram was received at the Xavy
Department. late.this afternoon: i f
"Che Foo, Jane 27. Secretary of the
favy, Washington: Fekin force and
aid minlssters reiorted with the Fekin
rlief - exped'.tjon. entrvnchel- Hsht
miles from Tlen'Tsin. Kempff.
' v: " a rfmor. ; ;"?
'Sijanghal, June 27. A tJerman paper
has an uncrelitei statement to tbe ef
fect, that Admiral iSeymour - 1s eight
utiles from Tien Tsin. with sixty-two
killed and 200 mounded. ; r
, i A COXFIItMATIOX.
Berlin. June 27. Tlie German consul
at Clio Foo confirms the contents of the
nit fvrn 1ce-Adsnfral Sejnxwr,
which reached Tien Tsia Moml.iy, say
ini be was then eight miles westward
t tlmt city, terribly harassed.' could
only bold out another two day, and
had sixty-three men killed ad orrr
'jnt wounded, and add that the ad
miral akel for the dispatch of a relief
.lii!un of,2ix men. lhU column left
Tien Trin during the nkirniug f June
2."th, nrnkr Hosdan eojtiHuawL i
THE GRA0tATla RICITAL
Testerdny Was a Rl Letter"; Ihty
With the X. W. ol Atnsic,
and Art Six tiraduates.
From Daily Statesman Jum? 2S.)
The annual graduating exercises of
the Xortbwest Xonnal Colhgo of Mu
sic and Art were held in the UnJtar
tin church last evening. There was
good, .attendance and much appre
ciation of the work of t lie performers
was shown by tbe audience. J ' I
I A "program j of' unusual iiierlt ias
presented by the roembers of the grad
uating class assisted by, Mis Oslwrne.
Miss Chandler. Mrs. J. X. Brown,
Miss Jeanette Wadrvarth-, Miss Ferry
and Miss Conover. The Instrumenta
tion of John Clyde Voxi ft lad Of 19
years, was remarkably good and.be
was warmly awlauied. Ills inter
pretation of Chopin'Si, "Berceuse, in
Dp. Op. 37" was very, fine and- receiv7
ed an encore to which "be. respondeil
with the lieautlful. and popular 'se
lection; "The Last IIoie," with varia
tions. Miss Grace Mae- Draper, of
this city, very creditably-" executed
Pethoven's "Sonata op.. 2.".". Miss
Draper's performance was artistic
and the rending of .the; famous: au
thor's production was far ,alove the
average. Miss Sedgwick and Miss
Smick were heard in vocal selections,
dltflcult arias being sung. .
i The musical iwirt of the program was
unpplemented by a brief and veryap
propriate address by llev. W. E. Cope
Lind on "Music As a Frophecy.. In
awarding the . diplomas, , Dr. Farvin
lriefly, reviewwl the work of the. in
stitution during the itst year, speak
ing in very complimentary terms of
the work and attainments! of the
nemlKrs of the class,; thus concluding
the evening's program. .
Diplomas were awarded tho six
graduates as follows: Fost graduate
conrse-John Clyde Fox. Ilelejn Coil
wln Smick and Jennie OhlingJ all of
Albany: Graduates Grace Mae Dra
leri of Salem: LIHie May Parsons, of
Albany; I-izzie Sedgwick, Albany.
Yesterday afternoon. John' Clyde
Fox, Albany's phenomenal "oung
pianist, 'assisted by the members of
the class,, gave a very successful re
cital In the same church. The program
as published yesterday morning was
rendered. in which the work
of Mr. Fox, Miss Wndsworth. Miss
I.uln Conover, and Miss Delia Osliorn
was particularly deserving of men
I l- AG AIXST .ICE TitUST.
Albany. 'June 27. Justice AT-ten
Chester tolay handel down his deel
ska In the IVmerican lee Company
-ase. wlucn Was against the company
nn: all points, and vacates' and 'sets
aside the writ of prohibition issued by
Justice D.' Cady Herrick, which re
strains Itef eree Meyer Xebn nm from
examining the offl-ers of that com
pany In the - proceedings institutel!
against them before Justice -Chase.
I'nder this decision, Ieftree Xess
linum can go ou with his investigation
of the company a affairs.
WILL SAIL SUXDAY. ?
' Washington. June 27. General Chaf-
iee. who nas ieen orierel to com
Dliind the Amerlenn trnnna In Chin
left Washington at 10:4r o'clock to
day Tor San Fransisco, necompanierl
by Lieutenant Ilariier, his aid. lie
is due at San Franeiseo at 5 o'cloek,
Sunday morning and sails for Xaga
sakl on the transiort Grant, with the
Sixth Cavalry, the same day.
A CHAPLAIN NAMED
PRIVATE II. X. PRATT, OF COMPANY r,
1 4th REGIMENT O. X. O.
Appointed to th I'oaitlon He a I'npnlar
with All CUuwes aad Will Give
' (From Daily Statesman, June 28.) '
Ttie appointment of Jievtl. L. Fratt,
pastor.of tb FniI.Evang'lical elmrcli
of this city, and an eulisled man In
Comianyi Fourth Itegiment, Oregon
XatVonal Giuwxt, as cOiaplain of the teg
liiKnt,' with the rank of Captain, was
yesterday announced 4y Capt. Walter
Lj on, commanding the local company,
. lids apiointnient by Colonel . Yoran
will doubtless Iwa most pleasing one
to everyone in tlie Capital City, .where
Rev. Fratt Is very popular among a
large circle of friend. limitel only by
the population of tbl city, and wihore
he Is kuowji. He has long Jbad a great
love for military ' life and discipline,
and last spring be enlisted In Company
(then Company K.) and since that
time he has been a constant attendant
at drill and otlicr. meetUigs. winning
the , friendship and admiration of hl
tomiades-m-arms. and tbe entire cou
ndence of the company officers, ta tid
of whom this apiintmcnt Is esitcially
pleasing. -.s, ,, .... --.,
TImj quarterly . inspection- - of " the
Fourth Regiment, O. X. will be bcM
tomorrow 4 Friday) evening Jane 2Uth,
ami at SiJO p. m. toiuotraw, Company
wUI be, inspected at its armory in
the city halL Ti this Jnpectktn the
.public is admitted aixl Invited, and tl?
friend or the O. X. G. In Uiiacity will
doubtless be present la large numbers
to witness this ceremony. The com
pany is in excellent conditkn. and the
.ys are eagtr for a call by tbe Presi
dent, for volunteer regiments to go to
China, as they believe that well-trained
ami thoroughly equipped Pacific coart
rcgimknts woukl secure the preference,
and they are all anxious to Iwlp sab
due tbe riotous Boxers in tbe Flowery
, -1 1
CSCCBS MACE 1.1 PECSATL
Froui Daily Statesman,. June 28.)
In the Marlon county probate court,
yesterday,1 several tninor orders' were
made, as follows: " ' ."" '
John 1L ttcott, guardian of the per-
luiuur, rd-d'lds fiuaTH iort. and afLed
to ! disk barired from furtber serviee.
tjnjl1Jr Judge G. P. Terrell ordered
that the petit L.Ui r prayer ie grautvl.
after he has pa'd tht amount of the es
tate to tlu ccuBty"ierk ;
In tb u.ttter of the estate of Helen
Mire, ji niinnr. John, II. Scott, the
guardian, fi-'ed- Jds lLnal .account, and
tlie same was keard and the etitioner
onlercd n-Ieasei from further liability,
after placing the notes and money, be
longing to tlie estate, in iim nanus 01
the county " clerk.
In the matter of the estate of K. J.
ThurnRin, leceavil. R. C. Rams.by, S.
T. Ilohart and FJiilin HkkS. the atv
praisers for the Marion county prop
el t.r; riled, their report, -sIjow Lug the
prrperty to Ik vaiuei at n.i 1. 1 ne
appraisers of the same estate in M'ult
nomnh county Sampson J. Jones, W
J. McKinmy and A. Cf Brush, filed
their retKH-t, 'blowing .'the property In
volved to 9e valued at $1000.
JUDGES AXD DISTRICT ATTOBKEYS.
": ;v'-: ;'-.' ' " '
Chosen at the Recent Diction in the
? , Several Districts Returns.
" . v Xot All In. .
, Reports are now in from the county
clerks of all tlie counties, exrept Curry,
giving tbe; official returns of. the elec
tion held on June 4tJ, and SKrelarj- of
4tate F.' 1. puikbar expects to retelve
tbe Curry county reiort, when he will
canvass the returns officially, and make
out Jiis reiwrt, at the same ;t hue issuing
cvrtiticates of elections to those cho'n.
The figures thus far received show thJ
election of the following circuit; judges
aud district attorneys In '.their, respect
ive districts: - . ;. , i
Fourth district A. F. Sears Jr., M.
C. George. . . ,
Sixth W. .11. Ellis 1
1 ' ' DISTinct ATTORXEYS.
' ' First A!' E. Reames. ' '
Si-cond -George M. Brown. ' -
Third J. iX.Hart. . -. '.' ;'..
. Fourth Geo.; E. CJiamberlaln.
Fifth Harrison Allen. U ,
Sixth T. G. 1 1 alley. ' : f
Sev.ebrh Frank Menefee. I s
EirfJitlv ?aiuel White !;':.,:
Xlutli WiUiam Miller.
.Tlw figures thus far tabulated show
the following pluralities for the Re
fWolverton. justice of the supreme
court. KMI7; Bailey, food and dairy
Congressmen-Toirgue, 'MVJ; Moody,
MX. I i ' ' H
UTIGANTS SECIBE TIML
Suptems Court Grants Ilxtension for
the Filing of Briefs.
. (From Daily Statesman, June 2S.)
The Suprtuie Court yesterLiy grant
ed time to litigants to Ilk lrrs, . in
case's now ix,-uUins on. appeal, as )W
lows:.. v , . ' . . ...
. State of "Oregon, i respondent, vs. Al
pha Knighton, r apps'llaut; ; ordered on
stipulation that, appellant's, time ti
M'rve and .file lus lirief herein le ex
tended t August lt. .... ... .. e, .,
.Mary, lOJliott. svt aL, irefiMMidents; ys.'
C, K. liloyd,,et aL. appellants; ordered
on stipulation that .respondents, have
until August Jt to serve and file..tbeir
brief.'.., '..,; ,. ' . .;. . . .
TAKEN TO ASYLUM. T. II. Shaw,
agetl abaut ."." years, recently of Grants
Pass, aud a .baker by profcsin, ,was
ycstcKlay t-ommitted to the tate. hos
pital for the jn.sa.ne, after an examina
tion conducted at tl? city hall building
by County Jude 1. P. Terrell anl Dr.
J.- X JrUnith. Shaw .came, to Satein
about a month ago from Grants liss.
He worked ' for a . f ew weeks at&is
trade jiikI upon losing bis tosition, t?
eame KsKiM!ent and began excessive
drinking. u last Saturday evening
he was arrested, in a helpless state of
intoxication, by tlie ialetn police -and
was placed in the city jaiL On Sun
day he, was seized with an attack of
dclitium trentens, which left his mind
a blank, and his commitment to the
asylum followed yesterday.
AT THE CAXXERY. The Allen
Packing Company has a force of
nearly 1(H) .persons employed at its
cannery on 1 Twelfth street. .The
strawberry crop is -. about exhausted
ami the company is turning its atten
tion to cherries. 'Large quantities of
the Royal Ann and Black Republican
varieties are leing canned daily. ThUs
for about IOOO cases or.24.x) quart's
of ; strawberries have leett preserve!.
The' work of canning peas will begin
tomorrow ami inasmuch as there is a
large-crop of that vegetable, the cau
nery will probably lie engaged on the
jhmi crop for sevCralweeks; '
'PROM POLK H. L. Fenton, the re
tiring treasurer of Polk county, was in
Sjflem. yestenlay, and while here he
called at State Treasurer Charles S.
Mooro'H oflue anl paid to that official
$7724., the ba1iKe due from Polk
county 1 on account of . state taxes for
tlie year 1R). Tlie total state tax of
Polk county for last year was f 27,72 4.
tO, and of this amount f 20,tXK was paid
several months ago, in two payments
of $10,0uu each.
MiAXY LICEXSES.-'Fonr marriage
licenses wero yesterday Issuetl ly the
county clerk, as follows: H. O. Winter
mantel and Mis Emnia Wenzer; Henry
Wenger witness; Elmer E. Tanner and
Miss I..11iri ItAlilllSOn Y'tintt TTiir
witness; John R, Allen and Ml
r.iai!"ne jsawn. i. . samier witness;
'W. II. Trm n3!Uh and; Miss .EIlcc M
Murphy, jLL J. Arnold witness. , "
Tt. SERVE TW YliVRS-Sherlff
W. W, Withers came, down from Eu
gene, yesterday afternoon with Andrew
Tayiur, uiler commitment from , tlie
lAir.v county circuit .court to serve a
two years sentence la tlie state peni
tentiary for the crime of burglary.
Kljeriff Withers returned to Eugene on
tbe California express last nigbt.
IS. CHIEF. Gns C. Morris br, now
chief train dispatcher at Ashland, for
the Southern Pnrlfie rnmruinr If a
formerlv nsidd In Sntem nnI la n
tiephew of A. I. Palmer a, resident
uere. : , .
FIREWORKS Closing ont n imnMi
cheap. Wiggins ad. page 8. dw.
Ex-President Harrison I nn a -rirft
to Minnesota and is the .guest of. bis
wife's i: Fister, Mrs. S. Vj Morris, at
MinncapDlLs, Ck'neral Harrison's last
visit to tile, state was made 30 "years
ago.- ' ; "! -. ,!..;;.. ' - - .1
-: ' COiJVENW
Advocates of Cold Water Ready
for tbe Campaign I
WILL fIGHT f Oft A SINGLE ISSUE
Bryan WU1 . Consult Bosses Crokrr
anasnlierbf SewTprk Sol- '
V' toX SeeonJ Place
CIIICAflO, June 27. The Iroliibi
tion party iwilJ make, Jts - Xational
campaign this yearuiou the platform
of a single issue, the liquor traffic, all
other issues being suljordinated to
this question. Upon this platform it
is probable that either! Rev. 8. C.
Swallow, the "fighting parson " of
Harrisburg,r Pa., or John G. Wooley,
of Chicago, Editor of the New Voice,
the Prohibitionists Xatioual "organ
will he nominated for President.
; The National Convention of the I'ro
itibition ijarty, met bore today and. In
three V sessions morning, , afternoon
and evening cleared np all the busi
ness except the nominations for; Pres
ident and Vice President, w'hich will
be ; made tomorrow - morning.; t The
convention in point of v numbers : and
enthusiasm shown W ' considered one
of - theA greatest ; ever hehj by ; the at
vocntes of cold water.- I - i- '
- -Thirty-seven states were represented
when ' Chairman Stewart,' of the; Xa
tional Committee, called the cbnvcn
tion to onler at the First. Itegiment
armory today, nearly 70(1 delegates mv
lug present, while scores of others aire
eXpecteF tomorrow, when the; party
names its National candidates.
Tho platform ; as adopttd by the
convention bears solely upon the ques
tion of the suppression of tbe liquor
traffic. In .connection with this, how
ever, the administration and President
McKinley in particular are f bitterly
arraignetl for the, position taken on
the anti-canteen law, action- 00 this
lieing denouncHl as "treasonable."
A bitter fight took place in tlie cont'
mitte on resolutions, before the
plat form was finally : agreed j upon,
inemlHTS leing sliariIy divided over
the cpiestion of a single issue, on a
"Itfond platform. The " advo'ates of
Woman's Suffrage weiv narticularlj-
emphatic in -dtiianling' a -sulfnige
pLipl. it after a sewion,, lasting sey
VViir hours, tli6 matft-r was compro
mised by reporting a iseiHratej resolu
tion favoring the, granting of a fran
chise to woiiM'.n, and ijt tills fdrm tlie
reiort of tbe ommitte. on resolutions
i;as adopted by the .epnyentloq.- .;
BRYANTS Rt'XXlG MATE.
Kansas City, Mo., f June 27. Con
gj CHKiua n ,T m. Sulzcr, who . H Ik-Iu
Sboouietl for Vice I'resident'ou th? Dcjj
oer'atle ticket, and Richard Croker, anl
ex-Senator E. G. Murphy, of Xew York
will have a conference at Lincoln, Xiiv.
with .Wni.; J Bryan, 'before tliey come
to Kansas City to attend the National
Convention. Sterling Price, of; Texas,
orienetl headquarter . hjere : for
Sulzer today, received a telegram from
that gentleman, sayins he had left Xew
York for Lincoln at noon todiiy. An
other telegram says that Messrs. Croier
jind Murphy will le In the Xelraska
capital Friday, nigbt j Sulzer Iioiks to
lie ad tlie ticket with Bryan, and It is
said the latter lias expressed la desire
to confer with him, j l .
IX A DEADLOCK,
Grand Rapids, MicU., June 27. Tlie
state Renuhlican convention settled
fdown to business this afternoon, and
legan balloting for'AJovernor this event
ing, and at 10 o'clock. It leLng appar
ent tliat tho convention was in; a deadi
lock, tivljournuu'ut was, taken inntil to4
uwrrow. Six name were placed, 'in
tiomiuation: Aaron T, Bliss, Saginaw;
Dexter M. Ferry, Detroit: Justus S,
Ster.ns. Ludington; Cbas. . F, jt lsliorne,
tSault.St. Marie; Jas. O'Doniwll, aacfci
son. and MHo l. Campliell, Coldwater
Ferry was In the lea 011 the (last tal
lot, having 294 : vote the aiuimber, ret
quired, to nominate being 421. j . t
WAR IN THE TRANSVAAL
THE BOERS AGAIN ACTIVE ON
THE BRITISH FRONT.
Commandants DeWet am Botha
Agree to Continue Fighting Mai- ;
1 feasance In Hospitals.
' IXXDON. June 2S. General Rnndle
had. a sharp rifle skirmish near Sene
kal, Friday, with a large force of en
trenched Boers. He dclinetl to at
tack them. This la the only, fresh
fighting report ed. ; - !.
Tbe Boer out posta northeast of Prtv
toria are busy. The telegraph wires
between Standerton 1 and New Castle
were cut Sunilay, and Serf Relvers
Bnlk-r had to reportlby heliograph. '
Commandant DeWeV with "a! men
and thre guns. Is moving northeast
in : the Orange River Colony It is
understood that hend Commandant
General Botha entered into a compact,
that neither would surrender, so long
as- tbe other was in the fietJ. ' "
Twelve thousand rifles all told have
leen ' surrendered to' the I British.
President Kruger is stUl at Machado
dorp. :'. " . I
The exposnres regarding the hospi
tals In Sonth Africa have imade a
great sensation In England.' A news
agency dispatch, from Chim? ' Town,
says: . - ;
"Certain revelations point to mil'
feasance in connection with tlie sui
plies of comforts for the sick and
A little New Orleans boy nine years
old. who?e name Is Beverly. Carradlne
Brown and who Is as good and band
some as tbe princes we read about In
the fairy stories, .has sent the Remark
er a 'piece of iottry. . He' wrote it all
by lilmtclf,' and as any One can see at
a glan-e It I.-s a'tl-caiitlful "piece of jto-
vtry !, all atut hi uiatntn. whieh
makes It niore txautifnl: -still. It is
ealied-"Following Mamma's - Foot
i w" ami Jf -re. it is:-
Foll-wluz 111a mma's footsteps
Following to and fro.
Th little" children follow - minima's
,;. fox)tste ' ' ' -
' Where ever she may go.-'"
Following mamma's foot"stei
Ikeausi we love lier
Tlie Utile children follow maunuai
Wliere ever she may go.
. r- ' ' '" ' ':'' ' - -Following
Foot-prints all In a row, .
The little children' follow mamma's1
: footstot'S " I
Where ever slie may go. 1
We play merry games with langhter
- We sing soug sweet and low.
But we always fellow mamma's foot-
.!. Step- :
; Where ver she may go.
- -- ' t Bessemer, Weekly.
t ,;'-': r,r,". .1. ; '
; HAD A PARDON.
TTarlan Courthouse. Kr.. June 27.
Captain John Powers, of Barlwmv
vllle, Ky who was arrested here y
terday .on the charge of complicity In
tlie murder or Governor uoenei, was
toflay releasel. His attorneys Insti
tuted balsas corpus proceedings, and,
after a. bearing before CoUnty Judge
Cornett, Powers piwlueetl .a ' pa rdon.
signtHl by Governor Taylor, on March
0, 19u0 offering it as a bar to prose
cution aUd arrest. Judge Cornett hon
ored the pardon, and Powers will be
released. This Is the second , time
Powers has leen arestwl on the same
charge and released on Governor Tay
lor's pardon. .','",
DROVE OpT JAPS. . .
dre miners-apd sineHeremployes of
KeswicK arid vlcmity last night drove
twehty-om 5 Japanese laborers out Of
rownrtThe 4 JapaWse"tvbreptrt:n"a
train for this place and at this islnt
Jhe railroad conductor put them Off.
There was nonviolence. . The miners
object to the Japanes who were em
ployed to take the places of white
SHE SWALLOWED CARBOLIC ACID.
Dh kie" Wotsls. a Former Resident of
i itlie Salem Tenderloin IUtriet,
, Takes Her Own Life.;
iThe Dallas TImes-Mountalnr er, of
lart Monday evening, publishes tbe fol
lowing story of the suicide of "Dickie"
Wood, who was. -for a number of years
a inemlvrxof the Salem demi-monde.
fcing, until recently, a resident ot th.
MU'ii'lerloin -district in this city. She
left there arxut six wks ago. lntenl
iug to go t. Cap Xonse, but later. aban
doned, that plan and locatel in Tin
Da;ifs,vs-,Tlve TBtHl-Moimtalne'r ssys:
"After lieinjr ou a druuk for several
fdays.' Dlck3e: Woods.--awlnm-vfe of - a
bawdy house ixzt ween Court and Liiio-i
stieets.. ertdel lier life by taking an
overdose of earixlic acll alwut 7 o'clock
last evening. As soon as lKr conipau-
ions aiscovered w3iat !: liardone, a
.hyslcian was smiyiKmed. ut she was
past buma'i akl when tlie doctor ar
rived, and sue iiea ar t.vk tue wo
man had lieen here only a few days,
and had been drinking quite heavily'.
,lt is prcsuiKetl'She took tlie fatal dose
after some disagreemnt with lier lover,
a W'orthless' tieing -by the ' name of
Canirlu 11. '
M la x. viuti 11 n a v a .aau -v m '
IIurtL and her ferim-r home was in Al
bany. ' She bad I-cett married to a min
who faileil to support her, and ' like
many other an unfortunate, had been
driven to a life of prostitution. '
TwO listers of t.be' deceasevl, Eva
and Xettie Hun I. arrived be re ou th?
120- train, and took the body to Eu
gene for bui ial." j
WHEX LORD i WOLSELEY GOES.
.-Lord Woleley's retirement from the
position of commander in chief in a
few months' tline Is not exciting- the
; amount of public interest which the
inqiortance of thej position demands.
I'nder the changes introduced Into the
war offico? 'in lKKi the. period of office
fixtd for ?ach holder of tlie post was
live jvars. and this term expires in the
ease, of Ixrd Wolseley next September.
"Tlie appointment of his successor pre
sents a favoralile oriKrtunity for the
governnieiit to -place tlie : war office
system on a thorough - and 1 sounder
footing, and then is a widespread ini-.
pTesslon that this will lie done. Man
chester Dispatch. ' ; '' 1 V
SCHOOL GARDENS IX EUROPE.
In kitchen gardens the Swcles aim
csix't-lallv" to promote .--'"-agriculture.
while the-French seek to advance tlie
culture of fruit,,. vegetables and flowers.
The school gardens in the t-omitry
iJaces of ; Swltrland are IntenleI to
give theoretical training iu the growth
of the most useful and inqiortant
pLints and to iroinote a love for hor
ticulture and rural embellishments.
THE LIGHTED WIXDOWS.
Dews fall at evening, f ben tbe night
; is ftiiiiug. f - , - ;
When tlie cct are weary that walk
' d so far away. .:;' : r y--, -In
the darkling windows yellow sparks
t are calling. . . ; - .-,
Waterfowl and skyfowl are waiting
for the day. , - , . - . .
V!f --.;.'';-fe."r"V .:';".'";; i
Waterfowl and skyfowl In the grasses
hiding. v - '
Every wee, woodsy thing is warm
T- witJiiii Its nestli.. V;ij
Just my .-little iamb is gone, from
cheering and chiding. ,
SIIxpcd away to other lands and Into
oth.r rest. , . '-,
SUhwI away to other lands, while
carta Is full of smiling. : ;
All around ate touching hands and
loving lips that kiss. , . f ;
Every window means a home, rest and
: heart's beguiling.
And I mustvfep my little la bib and
wonder where she Js!
Post AVhcoIer In Aew York Press. -
Liquids can lie automatically, uirai
nre.1 by a new fa neet, which has ,' a
bar pivoted on Its upper side, with ; a
sliding weight on- the bar and a sup
port for the vossel to ts? filled, the
weight of the liquid tilting tlie liar and
losing the outlet of jhv faucet. - .
'. To protect an open carriage from
rain an Improved cover i-i adapted to
enelrcle the: neck of; tin drik-er and
piojeet outward, to le-attached to the
el.es of the wagon I1y, with a wa
terproof cap connected to the Uet-k-!;:!iid
of the cover by Haps.
A Iriu'dy Lijii'ivtillln x - a t t.iclit rn f far
oil cans Iwis a tulx extending 'frn tin
Itottom of toucan ilirough an air -tight.
cap.with a crook at the oiiterl
seeotisl ihjs tiding T-shaped. wiOi aa
air l ull on om ntl to force
the top of thf can atvl drive the oil out
Cushion will not fall out of a innviv
designed hammock, which Is provlUd
with ?ok'ts it either end. hiving a
sireader to whieli tls enl ek.rds are.
attached, wltli a roie on eit
of the pocket to supinirt the 11
tkuu thc,pockt -ls'ing ,sniK
colds ls'twcen tlie ropes.
. For gukling tlie rope In e
on a well pulley j or other
en eoil.s ,
drum a Texan ha ivitimt n
device, which Is fermed of a
bar lying paralHH with the d
geared to it by a! small wheJ at. on.)
nd. It move a' gliding "slew e" along
as tlie drnn revolves. ,
Vehick fliodies are maintaiiietl in a
i'.nrljiontal iwwit ion.on a side liill by an
itb'jtri, man's dwki'li. hicli: lhe iVnly
is supiiorted on the axles by' four ver
t!cal screws, which are provided at th'.
upp.'r ends with wheels, to U grasjH-d.
to revolve the screws and tut Hie Jnnlv
at the desirel angle.-
TO DISCUSS PLANS
HOP OBOWERS WILL. CONSIDEIt THE
SCHEME OF JOINING INTRUESTS.
Meeting Called by tbe O. II. V
. A. to He-
'.Held in Woodbura Touorro
'".'. V EUsUsb Market.
tFrom Dally StatesoKin, , Jbue 2H.)
Tlie 'Ore'gori Hop O rower ..A W-Ia-
tipii'lus eialled' a'iiaeetiiig of
all of the
growers of the state to 1
ing at 10
nee? U t.)
Wood burn tomorrow, con veil
o'chxk iu tho morning.
TTM'purii).i of the Miferir
discuss the plan" pro'iwsed fo
the lis s ero on a different
that of last year. The proj
looliug this year's crop with
incut to restrict the acrea
over-produetion inay not result, origin
ated outsid-j-of the Oregon Hop Uro.v
i-t -LlSKoyiation ami it will 4a deter-'.,
mined by the members of the Ass.H-ia-IkMi
toiiKyrow w IwIIkt or not the p'nn
shall Isi s.mctlonal by tlie prganlzatlua.
During the 'past wcyk 1-JoO e pies of the
agieeini'Ut lt wli'.lk Crowei s will 1
ake-I to sultscrfle, Jm WpKdistiilH"
uted ill this state1, that II; tile, r j)
seiiitin; the nunibeT of ixrons theie
ui.;ug:Uv.d in thtv.growiug of.h-Lij
this state. ; There are not or :t
glowers in ; California; but tlie -acre'-,
age grown to lnps in -ttat-state i
greater in proirtim the ntnnlxr of
srio'vtcfs'tlutn in this vtit.',' Tor (t.e n a-
son t h 1 1 a y a r J of l k a c w
erl an average-lze yardj
nearly all of the : C-vliforu
cultivate annch large-r y.irdsi than tlM-y
do in Orfgon.:
Tlie following coihytiuii)
York hop mark Is tab
Piysluers I'r Current,
Receipts fr Sveek .......
Iteceipts from S.'pt. l.. .
Exprts to Europe fl
Exiswts from Se-pt- 1 . .
I nqnrts for ) week .......
Iirmorfs from Sept. 1..'..
Again the receipts have Ix-e.n 'quite
heavy; they have. 1 Ten nirtty of- Ia
eUlct const hois and'UieadV-'iii'iirly. louo
lales on through, bills o; lading for
lyondon. Tlie movement Irom Oregon
has continued so free tint stoeks in
grower' - hands "there -have- Iwmmi cut
down to between JXJ0 and 10,)UO bak-s
and the" quantity In Wasliingtoii and
aIifornia is small.- It Is! ostimatod
that growers in Xew YcrtH state are
holding not less than '15nll Iwdes, lis'
lightest stock ever known at this sea
son of year. Oce-aslonal purchase's arc
reported In range of Jill y2c, and the
feVlLng is firm,1". Crop reports are -irot
materially -hangel. In soim 'sections
the outhxdv is rt'asonaMy god, while
I A others the j'atels have intber a rag
ged and weak appearance. In the '.oiil
market' Imsiness has' retrained qtil-i
Brewers : 3iaT ca lied 1 for a moderate
quantity of i hops on old contmcts. Imit
WW. purchase have Ite-on mostly sinali
and ratlier infrequent. ' Eiorters have
made some iivptlrlesn but l.Iiey. hive not
lid . to Important iHislrtefcs Tho, gradu
al reel net ion of Stocks, however, 1e:ids
to a steady, possibly firm holding, par
ticularly of the;fiust grade's, but. quo
tations are 'not materially chaiig'd.
Ionelon mail advices art firmer; re
ferring to the outlook fer the Englis,h
crop late reports say that "from the
hop plantations come complaints of"
cokl winds clK'ck Ing the growth of Hh
vine, ami crop jrospects j arc not s-.j
cheerfuKas could be wlaliind."
State. 1SP0. choice, per lb. . . . . A"ft
State, 1SJ, good to prim
State, lKt, poor to fair
State, vsys.,. , . . , .
PacitJe i-oast. -J8JW, choice
rae. coast, !?., good to prlnn. .IViV2
Vac. coast, iXW common
to fair 7lrt
State and Pacilio coast, ojd olds, i&l,
I S,LEM PRI'EIlTYrSiOLD.-A did
was ; ycstenlay : fiietl in 4 he eilnty r-cm-t1nf$
otacd, lb? iiacb It lis S
transfers to A. C Harold, lot No. 1, la
block. No. 44, Salem, for jf 3Jt.'
j d '
"The nialn. fight ra v 'the-' tn vrniwrn
will I over the platform."
"Yes; I suppose every lekgate will
want a chance to mount it and make
at least one spcech,"--PhilHklpbIa
Xorth American. - :
The Sultan of t Turkey pre-poscs to
celebrate tlds ptinimr, te CT.th anni
versary of Jiis aecession to. the thnsie
by an official Jubilee, and llie foreign
sovereigns have, been ' privately 1"
proaebe! on the subject. .
George W. Dart, a native of Attica.;
X. Y.t and tlie man who first raised the
stars and stripes over the confederate
capitol at Columbia, S. C a rter Slier
man's march, has just entered the
soldiers' liome at Marshalltown, la.
S(antia v.ta Kind Yaa fiaffl M'. Cst-y.. .