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Vr 14 r"" tit ( YOL. I. HOOD KIVER. Oil., SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1889. , NO. C. The Hood River Glacier. 2Kee'd Iiver Slacier, rUDMSHKH EVERY SATURDAY MORN'INO BY The' Glacier Publishing Company.-; i ..-.- ' "RtpTIOlV PRICE. ' , st-ascni . . One year.... ; ; ,7. Y. Y.' V. '.'.'. Six months. V Throe months!" . . bugle copy. . . ' . ....32 00 ..... 1 00 r..., 50 ..5 Cents is authorized to receive and Till subscriptions, and to transact any Imsinosa for the OiiACiBn. , List or State ml County Officials. Governor.......... S. Pennoyer Secretary of State., . G. W. McBride Treasurer : Geo. W. Welb Superintendent of Publif Instruction . . E. P. McElroy Senators. . ..... . ... ,y . , ,' Congressman ,: State Printer................ J. N. Doluh J. H. Mitchell . B. Hermann . Frank Baker COUNTY. - Judge Sheriff Clerk...!,.:.;..: Treasurer ..' Commissioners1. .C. N. Thornbury .....Geo, Herbert .0. H. Thompson Geo. Kuch J Geo. A. Young ( H. A'. Leavens .. .v. . H. Gourlay . ....;E. Sharp ...A. C. Connelly Assessor. , :.' . . ,'..'..... Surveyor.'! Superintendent of Public Schools ,.-. Win. Michell LOCAL. OFFICERS,", PoBttnastcr.,- '.si ..,.,.G60- T. Prather Justice of the Peace. Henry Howe Constable ....; . ....K 8. Olinger Notaries Public. -IJ. H. Middleton E. L. Smith E. j. THOMAS, M D., ';: :" , ; ' ' ' ' '" r;V I . (Graduate: of Jefferson Medical . ' ... College, Phila., 1878.) ' .' ... Physician Surgeon HOOD RI VER, " OREGON. A FULL LINK OF Drugs, Mefliciues and Toilet Articles, KEPT IN STOCK. RAIL DIVISION. Elegant Pullman Palace Cars. ' fmtarant Sleeping; Cars Run THrongn an Express Trains " to .. ', : i - OMAHA, " " , " ' ' . COUNCIL BLUFFS , i , ' : and ST. PAUL ' Pree of Charge and Without Change. Closo connections at Portland for San Francisco and Puget Sound points. OCEAN DIVISION. - TO SAN FRANCISCO.' " 1 Leaving Steamship Wharf, Portland, at 12 Midnight, as follows : . HTKAMKR, State Columbia. Oregon State... Columbia. Oregon..,,....: State ....... Columbia....... . day. . ; ' , DATS, j... .Tuesday July 2 . . , . Saturday : " 6 Wednesday " 10 ..... .Sunday .....,.:,,... . " 14 ....Thursday.... " 18 .....Monday s. " ,82 Friday..: " 26 . ....Tuesday ......,..,. ; " 80 Baggage must be checked either at Ash St. during the day, or by the U. C. & B. T. Co. No unchecked baggage will be received on the Steamors. . ' Ticket Office, First and Qak Streets. ' , ;'' TO PORTLAND. . '' Leaving Spear St. Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A. M., . y as follows: , . STEAMKa. Columbia. . i Orogon.... . State Columbia... Oregon State Columbia , . , f DAY. . . ' , . DATS. ........ ..Monday . July , 1 Fridav .' . ' 5 ....Tuesday ...... . - 9 .u..... Saturday ,.. '. " 18 ;. Wednesday " 17 Sunday .. , ' 21 Thursday. " 2h ........Monday....:....... " 29 No freitrht will be received on mornlnsr of sailing, except Fruit and Vegetables, and these will not be taken of tor 0 A.M. - .; Eatos of passage (including meals and berths), cabin, $16.00; steerage, $8.00; round trip, unlimited, $30.00..- "''ess The Company reserves the right to change St. or sailing Liays. r A. L. MAJ Geu'l Manager, "as Sun Franclsoo-Gonoral ofllce, No. Ticket offices, Nos. 1 and 2, E. CROWE, AGEN' THE STRICKEN CITY. Ellensburgh'a People are in sore need of ' ' Assistance. . ' THEIR LOSS IS TWO MILLIONS. The Blow Relatively Gieater Than That Suffered by Seattle. The Confli . (rratlon the Work of an In- : , , . dlan'g Revenue- , , '' Ellknsbukgh, W. 'IV July 5, The city presented a sad spectacle this morn ing. Where long blocks of business bouses stood yesterday, nothing remains but ashes and smoking embers. Scores of new brick blocks in process of erec tion suffered the same : fate as', other buildings; r The only four remaining untouched are MofBt's hotel and the Nasb, Howgan and Smith blocks, which were saved by being some distance from the conflagration. ; - ' . .: ' , .: Guards have been placed around the burned district to prevent curious peo ple from rambling among the crumbling walls, and thieves from pilfering. "" Following is a list ot losses, so far as is able to be obtained : Himnan & Geddes, hardware, $75,000 on building and stock; insurance, about $20,000. r ; , .-. Lloyd Bros., "".general merchandise, $100,000 ; insurance $30,000,' .including building and stock. ' . ; '. Ashler house, $50,000, owned by E. P. Cadwell,, of Tacoma; partially insured. Jesse pelico, proprietor of the Ashler house, $SO,000; about $20,000 insurance. Nelson Beunett, general luerchandise, $38,000 ;' insurance, $15,000. . '' n t v ' ' ' Dr. 1 erry, druggist, $4,500 ; insurance $3,000... ' : 7 ':"'- . Williams & McGuire, hardware, $12, 000'; insurance $7,500. ' ' A. S. Gross, residence, $5,000 ; insur ance,' $3,500. ' '('''..''' . ' ' J. R. Love, builder, $ 10,000 ; - insur ance, $2,000. '". .: V ' ' : . ; t.) . AVilbur W. Fish, buildings under construction, $12,000. ." , . ?: .' i LaPointe & Co., real estate, $4,500. i '. Walters & Co., real estate, $7,500, '. Myers & Graves, attorneys, library, $1,5001 ; .; ; ' : 1 :, R. McGowan, attorney, libiary, $1,200. New Corner,' liquors ' and wines, $6,000; insurance, 2,000. ,: " Old Corner, wines aud liquors, $4,000. f. W. Ewing, attorney, library, $5,000. , Jl. Gilliam, attorney,' library, $2,000; insurance, $1,000. - ' L. Herman, clothier, $15,O0Q; insur ance, $7,500. 1 ; ; ?i. : : ! ' J. Burmaster, soda works, $2,000. . Localizer printing office, $2,500 ; insur ance, $1,200. ;. .-;':;' '-".'-. Mrs. Schnebly, millinery, $3,000; insurance, $1,000. v C. PetersonJ wines and liquors, $400; insurance, $200. . t p-'. :' '; J. S. Anthony, groceries, $6,000; in surance, $4,000. . -;V; V ,. ' ' Snipes & Co.'s bank building and fix tures, $35,000 ; insurance, $5,000. , i J. B. Fogarty,'-general merchandise, $40,000; insurance $20,000. " . ;-. G. H. Henton, $30,000 ; insurance, $12,000. , L. Harmop, , general ' merchandise, $25,000, insurance $12,000. ; , ' J.. A. Shoudy, buildings, $40,000; insurance, $15,000. ' ;. . ' S. Stencil, $11,000; insurance, $5,000. Electric Light Compauy, $3,000. Todman restaurant, $4,000; insurance, $2,000. ,'!': ';'!. -:. .' S. Croger, $10,000 ; insurance, $5;000. V,Wm. Pede, harness, $5;000; . insur ance, $1,000. ' ; 1 . ... ' Lyons & McCarly, wines, $5,000; ln suraie, $2,000. ';, , . . ; ' y Ames, druggist, $5,000. ' r ' . he restaurant, 2,500; insurance, in "iaker, residence, $3,000. Pavidson, $1,100; insurance, Parrot, lumber, $4,000; , insur- kdo. ; :-'.'' y.- ion block, $50,000. Odd Fellow's hall, $12,000. .'; -. ' Masonic temple, $15,000. New postofilce, $1000,4 ' Morgan's bookstore',,' $2,000.' ' i Cox's meat market, $13,000. Kittitas market, $11,700.' ' '. ' .' Adam's & Davjs': market,' $1,000. Starr & Proebst, hurdware; 7,000, j Methodist church,1 $5,500; -insurance $1,500. ; Wilson Dlock, $5,QyO. .. Kriedel, general merchandise, J30,000. Bossing & Co.! $3,000. V f .' " . 'Stien Braukwell',1$l,500. f ';' ..Walla & l'lare, real. estate,; $fo0. ' Stewart, yilkius it Co., ieal estate; $i,ooo.- l '- ' 4 J ''n;-: Jackson & Malohey, $i,0(W. . Rehuke, jewelry, $0000. :i .i . Rehuke A Cl).,' geiioral nierchandise, $10,000.' :fV 1 , ; , ;. ' . Hobdy Bro&, grocui ies, $4000 ; insur- ance, $X)0. ' ittjiiiey.ibrar W. G. Portes, atWi ney.riibrary and resiaence, $suum ,, , . . . ' : , Ashler hotel ,'guedt," $4oob. , Oriental hotl, guests; $2600. '. Oriental hotel,, $7000. - ' Leonard & Ross,!rcal estajte, $7000. ; City Bakery, $10001 ! Coleman, harness, $30001. J 'i Mrs. Wilson, boarding house, $1000. . Studebaker;Wagorf Coppany,- $5000 ! ., Dyer, wagons, ettj. $3000. ... " -Webb, furniture,' $'J5,00Q. . , ; Iftager, house, $300. ; - - v Chinatown," $5000.' .: . ' . ' Greger block, $30'K). ' . Long's drug store, $4000. .' ': . .. McMaster, real estate, $1000. O. B. Castle, winei, $7000. '; I . Wood's barber sUop, $1000. . Engine houst, $g0& i. ' ' , ' Presoms, wines qji'i liquors, $.4P00. J, T. McDonald, fiOOO. AN INUIAN liElVENGE. ; r The Origin of the fire is supposed to be incendiarism. ' J, S. Anthony, ' in whose building the fire started, says he left his store at 10:15 P. M., had used no fire, or light excepting the electric light, and thinks the fire wa started Dy an Indian in revenge for a white man beating his squaw.';.. :.' ' Residences haye riot been included in the above list. . . " . . President ijoyt, of the constitutional convention, telegraphs Mayor Abrams, proffering assistance. , Assistance is cer tainly needed. ' .; . . - , While the loss is terrible for a citj' of 4000, . the citizens maintain, a cheerful disposition and are determined to build more substantially than ever. ' : 0 The fire exhausted itself after burning five hours! ' K: , . ..' .,'"'' 1 , :. Two hundred houses rfere totally de stroyed, and the space hurnt over is ten blocks, or about fifty acres. v. ; " '; The loss, as far as can be ascertained, is $2,000,000 $750,000 in buildings and $1,250,000 in goods.' There is not a restaurant,' hotel or boarding house left, and there are about 150 people destitute. ' , : ' WORSE THAN FIRST REPORTED. ;, ' .. Ellensbcrgh, W: T., July 5. Let ters ot sympathy and proffers of aid have been coming in all day, and this afternoon Mayor Reed , of North Yakima, arrived with a carload of provisions and $1000 in money. These kind offers of thegenerous public have been thankfully received, and, while the most hopeful thought of our citizens might be able' to get through without assistance, contem: plation of the terrible calamity convinces them of their error. '"'- '".'- :They have had time to visit the de serted homes and places of business, and find the losses even greater than at first reported. ' ' ;;. ' :' ; While the losses foot up about $2,000, 000, the insurance is not over one-fourh that amount. ' Tluse who visited Seat tie after' the great 'fire, say the burnt district here shows greater destruction of nropertv in less space. - The citizens' committee made a can vass of the city this afternoon, arid made' temporary provision for care of the sufferers. . The more fortunate are throwing the doifis open to the unfortu nate.. The same' committee 'have ar ranged to give Work to all who desire it in clearing wreckage from " lots and streets. ' Those refusing work will be requested to move on. ' .y ' i "' ; -";:s -- A special meeting of tne city council was held this evening to take action, re garding the fire limits and the character of the buildings to be erected therein. It was the unanimous sentiment of the council that the present limits be main tained, and nothing but iron, stone and brick be used in the construction. The determination is ' to make the future Ellcnsburgh as near fire proof as possi ble.'' -.V--., ' V ' ..' .:',.:'' ' - . . , . y i . ... Household "goods, which had been scattered from one end of the city to the other,' have, been collected by special police and placed in the court house yard, where the owners call and secure them.,,' This method preventing pilfering,;- ..".I.'': , J. B. Fogarty, general merchandise, has resumed business in & tent.1 Fortu nately he had two carsjof provisions' on the way which arrived today.-. -,-r The Llo3'd Mercantile Company will also resume business in a few days in the new cftv hall. ;"' '" '' ""T Nelson Bennett's' agent, ' E. Wilson, goes to Tacoma tonight for goods and will resume.,. ',;;..', ' "..'":',' The Odd Fellows have called a meeting for tomorrow to take action in regard to building at once." ' The Masons will do the same. . ... . , ,. . . Snipes & Co.j bankers, who had the finest cut stone building in the north west, are awaiting the cooling of the walls to get into their vaults, and will resume business in temporary . quarters in the National bank building. - ' f Brick masons will resume work tomor row on air unfinished buildings, ' and finish them as soon as possible. ; The game spirit prevails among all who cari barrow money, will build. i The postoflice, which was burned, los ing all the boxes, has improvised boxes, and moved into the Lynch block this morning. ,:.'" :' . ''! '. '.'), '..' :. The Western Union Telegraph office, which burned with the Ashler hotel, opened an office in Carruthers'. lumber office, and is jammed with commercial and press business. 1 ' A'. S. Holbrook, real estate , dealer when the fire was burning in' the Ashler hotel j entered the building to arouse the guests, ' and in attempting to return found that his egress was cut off by flames, when he jumped from the third story window and was picked up. fear fully burned and bruised. . . A crowd is collected on the spot form erly occupied by the Bull block,, examin ing the bones of what, it is ; supposed, were the remains of tme of the guests. They are so badly charred that physi cians are unable to determine them. ' A strong patrol will be kept up to night,' and . extra precautions taken agaipst further incendiarism. ,'' . COXDKXSKI) TELEGRAMS. . It is now ascertained that at least one person perished in the Ellensburgh fire, last Thursday. ' ; " ' - . ,. Two masked men robbed the. Lake view and Linkvilie stage near Keno Springs Sunday. . ',' , ' t Mayor Miran, of Seattle, was re-elected. Monday, by a majority of 553. J. C Mitchell was elected chief of police by a mafority of 24. " ; ' : ; '. : :'- Charles Reavis, who shot and killed Deputy Sheriff Wren, at ViBalia, Satur dav last, was himself shot and killed near that city, Monday. . . ';Duluth had a big strike last week, and before it was settled, three of the strik ers were killed by the police. Several policemen were injured by the mob. ' On Snnday last, the town of Bakers field, Cal., was visited with a disastrous conflagration, which -destroyed a large portion of the town. .The loss is esti mated at $1,250,000. ':. ..-L. v-. Sullivan and Kilrain had their fight in Louisiana near the Mississippi line, on Monday, Sullivan winning in seventy1, five rbunds. Kilrain fought a dodging fight, going down almost continually to avoid punishment In the forty-fifth round, when Kilrain was down, Sullivan deliberately jumped on him with both feet, a cowardly and brutal act which should have given the fight to Kilrain on a foul."- The fight was for $20,000 and the championship of the world. . , TWO CLOUD-BURSTS. U-jy..: :,y : :?, Another Johnstown Flooded by a Deadly :'.-'.:'! Freshet AND A NUMBER OP LIVES LOST. Rallroaila Wtahed Out and Much Prop, eity Destroyed Greut Deniaice . - Also' Reported In . New - " ". ' ... . Mexico. Johnstowx, ' N. Y,, July 10. The water which came up over this - v.Mlage last night subsided this morning,- but left scenes of destruction in every direc tion,' ,The water rose fifteen feet and ' overflowed everything. . It has fallen ten feet. . Ten people are missing and the bodies of four have been recovered, all Johnstown people. The missing people were from a ciowd of from thirty to fifty who stood on a stone bridge at Perry street watching the rising water,-regard-, less of danger until the bridge gave way. The( bridge was twenty feet high and fif teen or twenty ieet wide. Most of those thrown into the water vfere saved. ; The sudden rise of Cayodette creek is supposed. ', to nave been caused by a cloudburst. Eight or nine bridges were swept away. , Two tanneries and dams,, electric light plant and many buildings were damaged. The only wire out is a telephone, over which ihis message is sent. ' ' 'i ;".' ' The pecuniarv loss is small, probably $20,000. 1 --:'''., ... ,; ; No one knows how" many people are drowned, or who are missing. The. flood was so . great and the current so swift thafc- no help could be rendered without great danger. (Estimates vary ' dragged. , . . .:' '.;..: .'. ,'' Vi . GMSAT DAMAGE ELSEWHERE, UuicA, N. Y., July 10. The tracks of the New York Central are washed away at Fonda and Akin. Great damage has been done to property , not only at Johns town but at all' the towns from Mohawk valley to Amsterdam. ' . . - . - 'ouk Lives lost,', ;' ' ; ,''"; ' Schnectady, N. ,Y.,, July 10. There is as yet no certainty of more than four lives having been lost a Johnstown, and these yictims'were on a bridge viewing the flood after the storm..''. The. bridge dropped into the water, but was not car ried away. '",-'' , - , ,' ; ',.;-.'. . This afternoon the tracks and bridges at Fonda and Akin were sufficiently re paired to permit the' passage of trains. The total damage in the valley to mills, bridges and crops will reach $30,000. , " A CLOUD-BUKST IN NEW MEXICO. Albuquerque, N. M., July 10. Last night a cloud-burst occurred on the Santa Fe, a few miles above this city, and all trains from the north, south and -west are delayed. "'; The track for several miles is washed away and two bridges are gone. . . ' ' 1 : :"' It was the most violent cloud burst that has occurred in New Mexico. Just before the cloud burst occurred a v'olent storm raged in the. mountains and rain descended, the water rushing down the dry gulches in torrents, The rairi sub sided when the cloud burst occurred, washing miles of track away. Trains will be moving east and west tomorrow. ; Monday morning, Roland ' Johnson, his "wife and ' 14-year-old son Walter, were found dead, and a daughter of 7 probably fatally wounded, in their home, four miles from Garfield, W. T. John- : son left a letter dated July 612 o'clock P. M.,' in which he acknowledges the crime, giving for a reason that he could not bear to have his loved family in this wicked world,' going to show that his , mind was diseased by religious excite ment. The first attempt was made with strychnine, but a second letter, dated several hours later, explains that the children were taken with such fits that he could not bear it, so he shot tnem, Mrs. Johnson had died of poison, but both children were shot in the head. The deceased is an old Bettler, The lit tie girl was shot through the temples, destroying both eyes. She is still hying . but with small chance of recovery.