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THE YAKIMA HERALD
■ •n.-t. Tunlrj A McCnnib, FnblWhrr*.
WORTH YAKIMA WASH.
EVENTS OF TiOAY
An Intrrrstlng < ; l. . I lop BfftMM From
ttl* TWO H nil i« |<ti.T«>« I'ir.. pih-.l
lo • ConiUnipd Form.
Misreading of orders caused the
Linntoa, or., collision.
The treasury deficit will reach neatly
tl0<»,000,uou f,, r the year.
At an hotel lire in OtWtgO, N. V.,
one woman lost her life and eight Were
I t Spanish government has ip-
I iuted Luifi Marinas consul-general
Secretary Long will create a hoard
ol admirals. Admiral Dewey «ili
The cruiser Philadelphia has arrive.)
Id Ban Francisco from .Samoa, with
Admiral Kautz mi board.
A San Francisco cigarmaker hat ben
arrested by revenue officers loi refilling
boxes, and imitating loieign stamps,
One of England's greatest men died
the other day at Mauclesfield. His
name, was Leo Whitton and he weighed
■; 11 pounds.
Yellow fever has broken out among
tho Foldiera at Santiago and Puerto
Principe. Four deaths and 1 k cases
have been reported.
The coast and geodetic survey steam
er Patterson will make a survey ol that
portion of the Behring sea on tlie mutes
to the Alaska gol I fields.
England will borrow £4,000,000, ra
payable in yearly installments, for the
defends works, barracks and rifle ranges
ut hi ime an i abroad,
Porto Ricana an- becoming dissatis
fied, They contend that under the
i'.-'iit arrangements they an-of no
country and have no ilih'-
At Johnstown, Pa., the Cambria
Bteel Company has posted notices of a
general advance "f wages of 10 per
cent. About 8,5u0 men are affected
by the advance.
At Akron, ()., settlement has been
reached In the fteet railway stnk".
Ten hours are to constitute a day's
work. The Dsotormen and conductors
receive an advance of i cents, and
other employes U' a cents an hour.
Fifty hospital ambulances shipped
from Chicago to Tampa, Fhi., Over 8
year ago by army officials to be for
warded to Cuba for the use of the
United States troops, have been lost.
It took 1? cars to haul the ambulance*.
The Filipinos imprisoned two Eng
lishmen at Taohbohonn, on the island
of Saniai, southeast of Luzon. The
British cruiser Graf ton steamed to the
point from Celm, and her commander
demanded their release. When thi9
was refused ho landed a force of ma
rines, and cleared his ship for action,
whereupon the Englishmen weru hand
Shelby and Mansfield, 0., were in
undated by Hoods.
Tho warship Philadelphia has left
Honolulu fur Han Francisco.
Charles A. Littletield will succeed
Nelson Dingley, of Maine, in congress,
A great timber firm in Norway has
failed fur 8,000,000 kroner, involving
President MtKinley is laid to he
Changing In favor ol calling fur more
otis is pleased with Wbeaton and
lias complimented him in an official
At Parrisbville, 0., cloud bunt!
damaged property to the extent of
The war department refuses to accept
the Pennsylvania court's decision on
Rear-Admiral Watson has arrived
at Manila, and assumed command of
the American Beet.
,laiii(>" McKenna, of Pendleton, Or. t
his sued the O. R. tt N. CO, foi |30,
--000 for the loss, of a leg.
Four transports will sail within a
week and a fifth will soon leave from
San Francisco, carrying reinfotcementi
The British Mourner Ethel wood
foundered utT the Jamaica coast. Part
cif her crew spent 1S houis in nn o;.i v
boat before they were re-cued.
As a result of eating ice cream in
which lurked ptomaines, i'> of a party
of 30 picnickers were poisoned at Ful
ton Park, a suburb of Portland, Or.
No fatalltitSS resulted.
As a result ol a new law that goea
into effect July 1, in Nebraska, requir
ing shorter hours and various other
regulation!, many women will lose
their positions, and men will :■■• giveu
At Piemo, Cal.i a counterfeiting
outfit and f;!00 in bad money have
been seized by tho ofliceis. The cul
prits have been arrested. A portion
of a counterfeiter's outfit was also
found at San liafael.
Crnp BfOtpfctl in RnglMti am]
Frame, bin Improved.
The Kentucky Democratic oonven
tion broke tip in n row.
The French chamber of deputies will
I IttppOft the new cabinet.
Fire in the freight yards at Toledo,
(.).. diii IjUU,(l'll.) damage.
Rich New Yorkers are on their way
to Alaska to develop American mines.
A life tin itattM of ■■■hi gold will
I be Oatorado'l state exhibit at the Paris
Kear-Admiral StMpWR will re
i lii.ii. -)i command <i( the North Atl.m
--' tic e<]ua<lrun in November.
John Bull is >■ ii I to bo in a bail
pinch and Germany and France an* not
f;»r behind, They all need American
Mitchell Qeorgo, a Colambia river
fisherman, kmdrawMl by the upset
ting of bia boat on Peacock ipit ut tbt
mouth uf tinl river.
The new French cabinet is being
well receive!. TWO hostile groups
have Withdrawn their opposition aud
most Journal* are favorable.
Three hundred native I'orto Rioani
have heeii en Mated in the, new battal
ion authorize.l l.v the war deparuient,
and 100 more will he taken.
Aguinaldo expects recognition after
the next election, lie hai proclaimed
that the pre-cnt administration of the
United States will meet defeat and Fil
ipino Independence will follow.
New? received from Idaho is to the
effect that the. Northern Pncitiu rail
way ha* beaten the. Oregon Railway &
Navigation Company in thu light fur
the control of thu Cleatwatar valley.
The report recently pent out from
Honolulu that the body uf King Luna
-1 ila hai bei n itolen from the royal tomb
is denied, When the vaaltwai opened
recently the remains were undisturbed.
At Poughkeepsie, N. V., in the col
lego boat races, Pennsylvania four-
OH red and ('(Hindi freshmen were tin)
winners. The ei^ht-n.ired race wan an
exciting contest between t'jo Ithacans
A dispatoli from IVkin fays: ii. A.
Flitohe, interpreter of tho French lega
tion there, has been struck by a China
man, and is suffering from bruited
Thu French minister demand! v puhlic
apology from the tsung li yanien.
Sir Thomas Lipton'e cup challenger
Shamrock was launched iit Mllluall,
England. As the Shamrock reached
midstream fioni «'■• 'ipti '\ oargd do«-
I tided with !;.r, iiiitiug the yacht's bow
above the wateiline, and making v bijj
At Pueblo, Colo., the Eilors ssrielt
ers, one of the trust plants, has resumed
operationa with about hall the regulai
force. The wages paid out are about
what the company originally offered,
and the men are guaranteed protection
if they choose to violate the eight-bom
The Fourth of July will be celebrated
in grand Style in Hawaii.
(Jermany bat withdrawn objection?,
and will now accept aibitratiou.
A six story building burned in Bos
ton entailing a locs of $lbo.ooo.
Many buil]inj;s were wrecked and
some stock killed in Bradley, Neb., by
President Timothy Dwigbt has hade
farewell to Yale, and delivered bis last
Owing to the prolonged drought and
the plague of locusts Asiatic Rossia U
threatened with famine,
A young woman in the Atlin coun
try has discovered a vein of quartz a
mile lung and (lUO feet wide.
In v religious riot near Rome, several
men have been killed, and troops have
been sent to o,iiell the rioters.
At the peace conference Kussia sub
mitted n proposal to keep navies of the
world at a standstill for three years.
At tho Rough Riders' reunion at Las
Vegas, N. M., Colonel Theodore Roots*
i velt was presented with a yold medal.
Colonel Thomas U. Cornelius, an
Oregon pioneer and a Veteran of the
early Indian wais, died at Cornelius,
China will tear down her great wall
at an enormous expense. A Chicago
civil engineer will eui>eriiitend. the
The new American cup defender, Co
lumbia, developed great speed on her
trial trip. Sue beat the old Defender
in a 01 ash.
At Oamden, N. J., fire damaged the
Moro-PhltlipS chemical works to the
extent of |100.000. Thiee large build
ings used in the manufacture of phos
phate were destroyed.
The citizens of San Juan, the capital
of l'oito Rico, propose to display their
patriotism and fidelity to the govern
ment of the United States by celebrat
ing tlio Fourth of July in good Ameri
The bod/ of Ensign Monnghan, who
i was killed in Samoa, was fittingly re
ceived in Portland. A requiem mass
was eaid at tiie cathedral and a sermon
was preached by Arch bit bop Christie.
! The body was escoited to the train by
□ aval, military aud church organiza
MORE JO NEEDED
Otis Cannot Crush the Fili
pinos With Present Force.
POLITICAL snT.YTIo.N IS BEBIOUB
iii. Gave In In tin- Administration
Whrn Ho Hmle II Is K«l hnntr of tha
Number of Truop* Krqlltrrtl.
New York, June 2. — A Ipecial to tho
/I-m.il I fluni WMbingtOD Buys'.
Mujor-General Milu.t ifi an advocate
of tliu tlis|.iiteli of reinforcements to
(ieneral Otis. Ho rlecl.ned to d.Bcuss
tliu political position in tliu I'lli 1 ip
pinvs other than to say it was serious,
nor wuulil he give any idea of the
trno|is that iboold lie sent to the I'lnl-
IppilMl to place thu urt'hipclago untlur
(teneral MareM P. Miller, who re
oentl* arrived from llm Pbilipplnef,
nin'iii lie (.'miTl.rl Ho I!n, has been
living here ilnne bii return. Qeneral
MilliM'h \ii■ wm to the number of Ben
required fur the nibjngation ol tlio
Itlindl is Very different from that of
iiiccial Otil. He beli«TM 65,000 men,
nt least, are required; 150,0ut) f«n the
control of Liiz.ni, anil the remainder
(or tho restoration of peace anJ onlor
in tliu other itlandl.
General .Miller's view coincides with
Qeneral Law ton's and that of other ofli-
I'eta subordinate to Qeneral Otis. In
fact, in othci than admiiiivtratiou cir
cles tiiero is a disposition to believe,
that Qeneral OtU 1 estimate of the men
repaired was made when he knew of
the desiro of the ptesident not to raise
volunteers if possible to avoid it.
That* is no troth in tho story that
General Milei lias applied to bo pent
to Manila. General Miles would not
With to take any notion to diaplaca
General Otii when that oflicpr is doing
nil he can i. rjaell tliu rebellion with
the limited means at bit command.
Notwithstanding thu report to the con
trary, the president is satisfied with
Genaial <>ts' coarae, and lias no inten
tion of relieving or recalling bin. It
in equally untrue, it iaasserted ity Act-
Ing Secretary Meiklejobn, that Uen*
eral <His bai cabled that lie will lie
compelled to retreat unlesa promptly
ATLIN ORE DISCOVERY.
Young \l inn i Locates » Vtln a Mll«
Chicago, June 2~. — A special to the
Chionicle fiom Taooma, Wash., pays:
"Miss Krankie Flurmon, of the Black
Hills, S. 1)., lias discovered what Atlin
mining men Relieve will become the
greatest quartz mine, in Alaska and
British Columbia. It consists of anoro
vein fiom 100 to tiOO feet in width and
nearly a mile long. In Its course thin
immense, vein is intersected by Atlin
City. The ledgu is n true fissure of
free Billing ore, with n banging wall
of serpentine and a foot wall of qnart
zito. The largest surface assay is t27,
and niany BJBayi average $S, making it
much ricbei than the famous Tread
will mine, if these values continue
with til.: depth. To determine this,
shafts .ii" now being sunk. Misa
Flurmon, her father and friends linve
loomed claims covering the entire
1 ledge. It was discovered Iry her two
months ago, while she was hunting for
mineral. She has been prospecting in
Atlin for some timo with her fattier,
who is a Well-known mining expert.
After making her first location, Miss
PlormOß superintended the work of
■tlipping thu ledge to detcimine its ex
tent. She ii~ iil-ci acquired a site for
a stamp mill, and has water rights.
Frank Baker, a prominent Atlin oper
fator, lias bonded her interest for
|2d0,000 and started Expeit William
Partridge to London to sell it."
t level.,ml Itrlka Eihlkl.
Cleveland, June 27.—An agreement
between tlio Bit; Consolidated Street
Haihvay Company and its striking j
employ*! was readied ut (i o'clock this
evening, and it il probable ttiat cars
will lie running as usual un all tlie
lines of tho company tomorrow. The
agreement provides for the heating ol
yrievences and a resort to arbitration
in '■!■•• tlie men and tho company can
not agree, and it also provider for the
leinstateinent of piactically 80 percent
of the (dd men at once, the remainder,
except those who have been guilty ol
violence, being placed on the waiting
Miming Mont-jr Traced.
Honolulu, June IS. via steamer Rio
de Janeiio to BMI Francisco, June 27- —
It i • almost certain that the chest of
125,000 in gold lost from the steamship
Ahuueda left the ship at this port. In
fact. Marshal 1:...« n has in his posseß
eion today almost conclusive evidence
that such was tlie case. The man who
it is believed robbed the ship is also
known, but has skipped beyond the pule
of Hawaiian law. He ii now in Japan,
and may eventually be caught, for the
Oceanic Steamship Company has a
powerful detective agency on big track.
The man's name is supposed to be Wil
»oi), an Australian.
Homltn ivmiK Htrlke Ended.
Vienna, June 27.— The strikeol 1200
textile workers <\i Urunn, Moravia, af
ter lasting two months, has been ■et'
tied by a compromise.
RECOVERY OF THE WEST.
! IVIi-ii Controllfr Ilimi'i Shht nn III!
Til|> lo thn fii««t.
C'hirn^o, June 27—Control lot Da««
was in tThtr»fO Malay on hi» ri'turn
j.niiney from Pug*t Somul, whitln't he
aii'imiianii'il BwatOf FairliHiiks, of In
diana. Thi' latlor wont up to Alaska
on the revenue i-uUnr MoCullodi to in
vestigate the boundary ditpttta. The
controllei Hpoke of the finanoial condi
tion of the West, nml other inalteri of
«• -.in-lit inteiest, nytag:
"T<«.lny the West is becoming a
creditor infltead of. a ilehtor, and is do
ing a large portion of its business with
its own capital. Mas? of tho banks
in the Weet, which a few y«ats ago
| were reiliPCountiiiK lafga lines of paper
,at hi^h lates, in the Kast, are now
conip"titoia in the Da king of loans in
tin- K.iHtem maiket.
"The I'oii'litinn of hnsinesa through
out thu West is extremely good, ami in
! marked contrast with eondltioßl
\ which Mitted thi'io fleveral faatl a^! 11-
The |ieo|il« set'iued to bo entfaßi'd al
-1 most exclusively in the development of
the ureat tenancies of the country.
"The Weit of 189J «M in ■ jraat
naunit daroted to ipvcalatiog npon
future valucH, an was to I ceitain ex
tent thu oaM throogbout thu cooßtrvi
but the West of ls'j'.i ib developing
preatnt Valoet, While the Western
man of Ihtt2 dealt largely in eijuities,
he is is now dealing very largely in nn
encumbered fees. Tne recovery of the.
West from the depiession of 1891 has
been splendid. That such complete
recovery could ho made, on tho Pacific
coast in a few years is R commentaiy
upon the great ratourcei of the coun
try, and a tribute to tho character of
"There s-eenis to be a goneral senti
ment on tlie part of the people on tho
BtMMt that the Alaska-boundary difli
-1 CUlty will be properly and rightfully
tattled without trouble. They feel,
however, the kenMt interest in the
nibject, and fully realiM Ibe import
mice o[ ■ proper deciiion to their own
"Jllhs question of Asiatic commerce
haa become one of added Intetett and
importance to the coast since Dowey's
victory at Manila, and the aggNSSiYe
aess and alertneat which tho Western
people have lierelofore shown in coin*
iiion will India to the betterment of
Dor commerce with Asia in v marked
l.«— -i .. ; Cam Wr^fkeil.
Topeka, Kan., Jam 11. — The Union
l'acitio west-hound passengat train No.
11 waa ditched at 9:30 o'clock at Qg«
denabotgt^& Uttle station euven miles
t.i-t of Junction City. A telephone
I measage (ton Junction City nt mid
night says that a relief train has just
left for thu scene of the wreck. Three
peiHons are reported seriously and per
haps fatally injured. The train etruck
. a split Switch. Tho engine, tender,
[ express car, mail car and a day coach
are ditched, the sleeper remaining ou
Kansas ('ity, Mo.. June 27. — At2-.HO
A M., Union l'aeifio o'licials here
state that only one person waa injured
in the wreck at Ogdensburg. Frank
Kooke, of Kansas City, the express
messenger, was slightly injured.
lt«llKh>u« Illot Among liMllann
Vancouver, U C June 27.—Three
j rival factions of the Indian community
| at Port BaaingtOß h»d a Idoody fight
' last Saturday. The steamer I'rinoesa
Louise brought the news here, and
, many of the Indians who took part in
the :i_'lll came on her. It appears that
: a few weeks ago the Indians encamped
. at Kssington went on a strike in the
A coips of the Salvation Army ar
rived shortly afterwards and com
menced to hold revival services. These
weie very popular for some time, and
the Methodist and Church of England
misiiouttM then decided to emulate
the example of the Salvationists, so
that soon they had the camp about
equally divided among theci. Thin
condition of arTaiis resulted in a serious
riot, in which many Indians were in
juied, but none killed.
1; it. Into ail Iceberg.
St. John's, N. F., June 27.—The
British armed sloop linzzard, while
trying to reach tho French treaty short;
on Friday, collided with an iceberg,
which store in her bow. By means of
collision mats and by moving the gum
ami heavy gMf to the stem, she made
her way back here safely. She will be
docked tomorrow. At tlie time of t.in
accident perfect discipline existed on
board, and prompt pieparations were
made to leave the ship should it piovu
impossible to keep her above water.
It was seen, however, that the damage
was nut serious enough to endanger the
Tourlat Steuuier Sunk.
Colnmbus, (la., June 27. — The
■teamer Apaehlo, plying between Co
lninbtis and Apalalohicola, I- :.i . was
gunk in tho Chipola tivei near Wawa
tyichtta, Fla., late this afternoon, and
four peieons were drowned. The
Bteamer carried fully 100 passengers,
President Kelurna to Wa>liin(ton.
Adams, Mi»a., Jane 28.— President
McKinley laid the cornel stone of the
now mill of the Berkshire Cotton Com
pany here today. Owing to the indis
position of Mrs. McKinley, the patty
■tatted for Washington tonight. Mrs,
McKinlej Las a cold.
FOURTH AT PORTLAND
All the Northwest Will Be
ATTRACTIONS AUK PLBXTirDL
4 rii ml nf ■»• .iino to I' ii fur Ktit.rt^iii.
Ing i In- l'eo|»l« —Olebritllon Will
Ki-llp«e All Its ri ■■ I < • ■•-■• i «
The National Kilitorial Association
ia one of tl>" inii-t i-xti'ii'ivf iiiHtitii
tiOßlOl its kinJ in the win Id. In its
•ii•■!11•>•■!-!i']' .in- embraced the tiiitora
nd proprietors of newspapers in every
part o( tin' United Statt'H. Kvery your
this raooiatlon hoMs. a nstioMl coo«
vontiii'i, aii'l thin yoar it wan iit< Ided
to bold 111*• iiHivcntion in IViilitiil,
Orrgon, ilthonib many cltlMOompetciJ
for tho bonor.
Thu uiliturial delegate! to tbli |real
DBtiotutl conTention will coma to Port*
laml on a opi'i'ia! train, anil eveiytlling
will ho don* to in iki' pleuanl an i in
teiMtißf tlu'ir tirst visit to OngOD ami
Their ■MaiOBI in Portlaml will be
held in the Miirqnam Qrand theater,
and will i<o IntereiUngly intanpened
witii the best of nmsio, nnd will be
open Mini fiee to tho public. On one
of their evening! the editors will boll
n Eugene Field memorial eervice, which
will be a tender and touchiiiK trilmte
to mi" of America's gaateat Joiini.i 1 i^ts
Portland extends a very cordial in
vitation to the people of tbe IBiroUnd>
ing country and of tho entire North
west to come and help her enjoy ber
gnat Fourth of July.
It will be an occasion quite fall of
enjoyment, and there, will bo tbinga
to tee that liavo never been Men be
Portland Itself is now a city of M,«
000 people, a beautiful city, with all
modern oonvenlenoei and tbe beat
drinking water in the World. On all
DCCaiiona the city is an interesting an I
inexpensive Dlaoe to see, an<l yi.u cm
rile foi many miles in airy, open tleo
tric ears for live cents. There are 1 • .1 i
tiful parks tn visit, and many attrao
tivo I v bur be, and the five-ceut fare en
ablei the vliitot to tee them all.
One of tbe pii^bts ol this Fourth wil)
be the launching of the torpedo-boat
ilestrc/er QoldtbCiutlghi which is be
in^ biilt in Portland at a contract <"-t
to tlu United States government of
Portland business men have contrib
uted nt'iirlv ♦h.ouO to defray tht ex
panse of baring a good celebration and
entertaining the editors thin year, and
tiiat muni that there will he man/
tirstclass t»tt rtict inns am) amnaementt,
nil bee to the people. There will be
boat laoei and bicycle raoei and a
parade that will excel anything ol tbe
kiml ever seen in the Noithwest, com
prialßf cavalry, Infantry, artillery ami
naval battalions, and till the military
bandl. In tbe I<u piocession will hi
many civic societies anil ladnatlial
Boat*, anil theie will be a brilliant
public, reception to the National E*l|>
tor la I Association, whuse delegates will
After dark, on the, night of the
Fourth the. summit of Mount Hood will
he beautifully illuminated with red
fire, and the gtaud scene will be plainly
■een from the stieeta of I'ortlan<l.
I'oitlaud'a fiieworks on the Fourth
are going to be, grand. New detigni
have been Originated, and no expense
has been spared to make the display
intresting ami attractive.
Any and all visitors can well put in
ieveral days in Portland and see some
thing new eveiy day, and enjoy every
minute, and those who come to Pott*
lan 1 for their Fourth will njuke u»
What W»n Acromiillsliril by the !!«•!-
Kirn l.ii r, r Explurera.
New York, Jnne 2S. —A dilpatch trj*
tho Herald hota Montevideo lavi:
Tlie Antarctic strainer Belgloa h:i9
eailed for La Plata. M. Do Oerlache,
leader of the lute eipedition, Mini op
as follow! tliu result i>( bil journey to
the Aatarctio regions:
First—Discoveiy of a canal which
was named the Belgica cbanneii
Beoond —Discovery of an arct)lpel<
ago, formerly believed to be an iso
lated i- I,hi I.
Third— Reetifloatioo of numerous
errors in tho British almiralty maps
eoMeratog Fireland and Shetland ia
Fourth—Tho water temperature per
mits tho supposition that there is a
continent far to the south.
Fifth— lmportant discoveries refer
ling to tloia and fauna.
Sixth — Discovery of unknown lands
especially Danco island.
Truops Sail for AUlkn.
San Franoi6co, June 21. —The trana
poit St. Fiial Uiled for St. Michaels to
day with 300 eoldiers tinder couimand
of Colonel Kay, who are going to re
lieve the troops now on the Yukon.
They will he stationed at vaiioua
poiiite, Colonel Kay making St. Mich
ael« his h«ailquarters. A year's eup
ply of proviniona and live uiilch cow»
were also taken on the St. Paul.