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BROOKS & SALISBURY,
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Guns, Fishing Tackle, Sporting and Athletic Goods,
Disc Ball Good'. Flags and FireWorks
BOXING GLOVEB, LAWN TENNIS-BETS,
KNIVES, RAZORS, SCISSORS,
DOLLS, TOYS, NOTIONS
LEATHER AND PLUSH GOODS.
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A. N. HALES' LIVERY.
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Livery, Feed and Boarding Stable. A full supply of Horses and Buggies
on hand. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Office at stable, corner of
Liberty and Ferry streets, Ewit of Willamette hotel.
H. F. BROER,
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DEPOT SASH AND DOOR FACTORY.
AH house-finishing material made to order at the lowest Portland
prices. Bee us before you buy.
600,000 TREES !
OSWEGO - NURSERIES.
FALL 1892. SPRING, 1893,
We would call the attention of dealers, and largo and small planters, to
our Jarra and varied assortment of Fruit Trees and Small trulls, Ornamental,
Shade, Nut and Evergreen trees. Our trees are clean, smooth, and first-class In
eyery resrect. Bend for catalogue and price list. Address,
Walling & Jarisch,
jarMcntion this paper. Oswego, Oregon.
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enables me to turn out first-class work.
give estimates. State Insurance block,
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fnrnlfare. Lone? Experience in the trade
Samples of coverings
No trouble to
fliT frn t r. Turut
Soft groen straw hats are decorated
with lace, violets, orchids, lilacs, pnnsies,
irises or mauvo hyacinths.
The strong but dainty "Hanoverian
lace" is very much like Dublin shuttlo
work, as tatting is called in both London
It ) hflUnvM bv tnnnv leaders of fash-
Ion that tho present outro modes cannot
hold, they being too mucous to lasc oven
for one season.
Protty volvot capes in Breton shape are
lined with red, yoliow or mauvo moiro
or brocado and finished with a deep jet
ted yoke and flaring Medici collar.
Spring thoater capes are made of very
fine cloth in light colors as well as of
velvet and brocade. Fawn colored cloth
models aro lined with palo green shot
Hop sacking, tweeds of every descrip
tion, checked, shot, plain and plaided
woolen fabrics, aro exhibited in all the
leading dry goods houses in color blend
ings and combinations heretofore un
Thn lnvnlv riMa tints to bo Used in
evening dress next season grow more and
moro beautiful as thoy are gradually
brought out in fabrics of silk, crepalino,
brocado, veiling, shot satin and all tho
host of exquisite diaphanous textiles.
New York Evening Post.
Tho Atchison, Topcka and Santa F
has adopted tho Pintch system of com
pressed gas for thoir sleeping car service.
Tho Maple Leaf will build two largo
elevators in Kansas City, Kan., on land
owned by the road in the north bottoms.
The Victoria railroad bridge over the
tho St. Lawrence river at Montreal is
two miles in length. It cost about
The New Haven has created a new
berth known as car superintendent, with
W. H. Fry, formerly of the Pullman
company, in charge.
The Central Railroad of New Jersey
has contracted with the Baldwin Loco
motive work for the construction of 20
engines of various types.
Franco had in operation on Dec. 81,
1692, 85,888 kilometers of railway lines,
an increase of 724 kilometers over the
mileage at tho end of 1601.
Suit of Knttleinfclce Skin.
Peter Grnber, tho rattlesnako king of
Venango county, Pa., has had made the
most uninuo costnmo any man ever
wore. 'It consists of coat, vest, trousers,
hat, shoes and shirt, and made entirely
of tho skin of rattlesnakes. Seven hun
dred snakes, all caught and skinned by
Gruber during tho last five years, pro
vided the material for this novel costume.
To preserve tho brilliancy and flexibility
of tho skins in tho greatest possible de
groo tho snakes were skinned alive, first
being made unconscious by chloroform.
They were then tanned by a method
peculiar to Gruber and aro as soft and
elastic as woolen goous. me awerent
articles for this outfit were made by Oil
fttv tailors, shoemakers and hatters, and
the costume is valued et $1,000. Chicago
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BUT A FRUIT PALACE AT CHICAGO-
liberty 3l I Tolling li Way
Across tlie Country
NkW York'. April 28,-Columbus
exercises today consisted of a monster
parade down Broadway. The line Is
made no of sailors and marines from
waf vessels. Governor Flower rode at
the head of the procession. The for
eigners occupied a position between
thn United States sailors and marines
and national guards of New York and
Chicago, April 28. Unusual activ
ity was exhibited In the west wing of
the horticultural building this morn
ing where a large force were busily en
gaged In placing In position the mon
ster fruit exhibit of Oregon. This ex
hibit will be one of the finest state dis
plays on tbo grounds. In the center of
tho space allotted to Oregon a great
pyramid fifty feet long, forty-five feet
high will be built. This pyramid is
composed of thirty-two different kinds
of woods grown In Oregon, built spiral
shape with projecting ledges upon
wblob will be placed a large, flue
variety of prcsesved fruits. Tho men
had lust started the pyramid when a
dray pulled up at the donr, containing
a picture to be the background or tne
Oregon booth. This picture was paint
ed by Stanley. and Is a portrait of
Mount Hood, Oregon.
Children Bee "Liberty."
iNDiANAl'OMS.Ind., April 28. Lib
erty bell arrived hero from Cleveland
this. morning. It was greeted by 12,000
HPhnnt nhllilren. each earrviue a Auk,
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After viewing the patriotic relic the
children marched with the Philadel
phia committee to the capltol where
many thousand people ussembled.
The children sang patriotic songs and
ex-President Harrison delivered an ad
dress to the children outlining the sig
nificance of the event, congratulating
bis hearers on the growth of patriotism
in this country and predicted an In
creased reverence to the Hag in coming
Two Brutes Hung.
Boniiam, Texas, April 2. Jim
BurkandSam MaBsy, negroes, were
hanged this afternoon in the
presence of ten thousand people of all
colors, sizes and sexes. Burk's crime
was outraging a white woman near
Arabia. Massy was hanged for a mur
Hemus assault on the Bmith family
nnr Rherman. causing the death of
Mrs. Smith whom be outraged, and
nrmnnentlv dinabllnK her husband.
DoBAKao. Colo., April 28.-Tbe Na
vajo outbreak Is assuming alarming
proportions. Bettlers are securing arms
and ammunition here to protect them
selves. One settler reports Mission,
Welah'B.and other ranches surrounded,
and a massacre probable. Governor
Walte received a telegram from Lieut
enant Plummer, at the agency, asking
slate troops to be sent.
CouwniA, Tenn., April 28. Tho
Second National bank closed its doors
this morning. No alatement is yet
made to the public
Storm at Sea.
Halifax, April 28. A terrlfflo
atorm swept over Prince Edward Island
yesterday afternoon. Several vessels
are ashere: a large number of lobster
fishers were blown out to sea, and un
Chicago, April 28. The baseball
season was auspiciously opened in
TMi.t.nri and Kt. Louis vwiterduy. Id
the latter city there was a big proces
sion beaded by the mayors of Bt. Louis
and East Bt. Louis.
Ciiioaoo. April 28. Hon. W. O.
Goudy, general counsel of the Chicago
& Northwestern railroad, one or tne
beet-known lawyers and Democratic
politicians In the atate, dropped dead
st his desk today, while engaged in or
dinary routine business.
Railroad Xeeeirm kip.
Toledo, O., April 98.-A bill asking
for afyelBtsMBt of a roeiver fortbs
f oledo, Ahh Afbof and North MfoitU
gitn fAllfofid wm fifed ( (he tnited
BtatM ootlfl ihffl morning
fJOKFXSSlOK OF TMJi MUKDKRSKS
Two Men Killed tk OhlnAMaa at Mtf
ltao April 10th
Okkooh City Or, April 28.-0pccH
Inl to JoUftrtAfj) The murderero of the
Chinaman killed at Mullno April 10th,
areknown Tne deed was committed
by James Burns and Theron Maok
They are now In custody and have
wade a full confession, which Is now
in tho hands of the prosecuting attor
ney, They planned to rob him, and
expected to accomplish this by threat
ening to out off his queue. When tney
broke in the door of the cabin with a
rail the Chinaman showed fight, and
thoy became frightened, thinking that
ho was armed, and shot him. rigoi
ened at what they bad done, and still
afraid of their victim, they shot again,
and then as he was passing from the
door struck him over tbe head with a
rifle barrel, and ended by shooting him
through tbe bead,
Receiver Asked For,
Clevbland, 0., April 28. The Chi
cago Refining & Oil company has filed
a petition for an injunctlou against the
Reserve Fire Insurance company on an
unpaid policy. Complainant declares
the comnanv Is Insolvent, and asks for
a receiver. It asserts that it fraudu
lentlv transferred Its assets to the
Cresent Insurance company, whloh is
made a party defendant, and the court
Is asfted to declare tbe transfer null,
and to enjoin tbe company from dis
posing of tbe property transferred.
YoHBg Woman's Christian Association
Toledo, April 28.-0,he fourth inter
national convention of the Young
Woman's Christian Association of the
United States aud British provinces
opened here. Most of the 300 delegates
were present. The program for the at
ternoou Included permanent organiza
tion; addresses of welcome, reports of
the international committees; Interna
tional seoretarleB.Btatechalrmen,and as
sociations In unorganized states. This
evening they will be addressed by ltev.
Thomas Hall, of Chicago, on "Negleat
ed Rights Worth Contending For."
Attempted to Break Jail.
Oakland, Cal., April 28. A. D.
Adams, confined In tbe county jail on
a charge of Illegally voting at, the city
election, and two other prisoners, Ar
thur Williams and Walter Kavanaugh,
were detected In a plan to break jail.
Tbey secured a big knife in some way,
and had cut the Iron bar of the grating
in two. Pasted to the wall were a
couple of pictures, and behind these
were found several other saws. It was
reported that the in.ention of tbe three
men was to assault the guard when
but one was on duty and secure the
keys, The prisoners are now in soli
Tndianapolis, April 28. Advices
to the News contain tbe information
that a terrific tornado swept over por
tions of northern and northwestern In
diana last nlgbt. At Wabash many
buildlngs.trees and fences were levelled.
At Gas City a fine new county asylum
was unroofed, and several inmates
hurt. Tbe damage amounts to many
thousands of dollars.
BiRHiNQUAH, Ala., April 28. -On
tbe confession of Jim Erwln, tbe coun
terfeiter, who gave up $13,000 in spur
ious coin, George Burke was arrested
today in Round Mountain, near Gads
den, on a charge of counterfeiting.
There are 42 indictments against uurae
In the courts of Georgia.
The First Consul's Nephew.
Portland, April 28. Prince Roland
Ronanarte. a erand nephew of Napol
eon tbe first, arrived here this morning
from Ban Francisco. Tbe prince is
making a tour of tbe qpast. He passed
through Salem on the overland.
Another British lank Goes.
Mklboubnk, April 28. Tbe stand
ard bank of Australia has suspended,
pending a reconstruction. The author
ized capital Is a million pounds, reserve
and profits one hundred and twenty
five thousand pounds. Tbe bank bad
a high reputation and numerous
Made as AnutBgrneat.
Bioox City, la., April 2S.-Ed. Par
kinson, president and treasurer of tbe
failed Sioux City Dressed Beef Com
pany, and president of the WasblBg
ton Park Street Railway Company,
made an Individual assignment Hia
assets and liabilities are UBkaowa.
Dr, Cratris ills Uetk wltbeut pais.
Highest of all In leavening rowef. Latest tf S Ctov't Report
FOREIGN CABLE FUMES.
Reslgiatioaef Stevens, Minister
A Jewish Emancipation Bill Ik
Austria German Royalty Hob
sobbing la Italy.
Washinoton, April 28. The resig
nation' of Stevens, as Uulted States
minister to Hawaii, has been on file
at the state department for corao time.
He has been practically relieved of all
diplomatic authority and responsibility
on tbo Islands since the arrival' tuero of
Commissioner Blount.' with plenary
and discretionary power paramount to
that of the minister on all questions af
fecting the present delicate relations of
the two countries. Stevens' successor
will be seleoted soon after tbo president
returnB from Chicago, and Mr. Blount
Is prominently mentioned for the pluce.
Jewish Emancipation Bill.
Vienna, April 28, The Hungarian
minister of public worship has Intro
duced the Jevish emancipation bill in
tbe Hungarian relobstag. The meas
ure was received in the most llbeml
spirit. It declares tbe Israelite religion
shall be legally recognized.
Berlin. April 28. Tbe committee
of the relobstag, which was appointed
to consider tbe charge or misappropria
tions of funds made by Herr Ablwardt
against Dr. Mlquel, minister of finance,
and tbe late Baron Blelobroder, was In
session today. Mlquel was present and
Herr Asuhenborn, director of tbe im
perial treasury, was In attendance.
The committee discussed the so called
document presented by Alwardt In
support of bis charges, Ablwardt stat
ed that ho had submitted all the evi
dence in his possession excepting what
he had withdrawn. The documents
laid before tbe committee by Ablwardt
appeared only to be pamphlets and ex
tracts from the Elsenbahn Zeltunff. in-
cludlnR a letter signed by the president
of the Roumanian senate. Tbe com
mittee, after some discussion about the
McOlyan Going to Rome.
New York, April 28. Dr, McCliynn
will sail next week for Naples, on bis
way to Rome, to have an audience with
Pope Leo XIII. Dr. McGlyun will go
alone to the Eternal city, not as a pen
itent or as one willing to retract bis
former teachings, but as a priest of good
standing. He will return in about
Going to Naples.
Roue, April 28. The German em
peror and empress, and king aud queen
of Italy, together with tbe royal prin
cess and others In attendance upon
thoir imperial majesties, started for
Naples. Tbe streets, windows and
housetops were thronged with people,
and the enthusiasm shown was as great
as on the occasion of tbo arrival of the
emperor and empress lu Rome.
Minister of New Zealand.
Wellington, New Zealand.Aprll 28.
Hon. S. Ballance, prime minister to
New Zealand, died of heart disease.
In addition to the premiership, Bal
lance held the office of coloulal treasur
er and commissioner of trade aud cus
Strikers W1U Vote.
Hull, April 28. The leaders In the
strike of tho union dock-laborer
against tho employment of freo labor
at this port decided to take a vote of
tbe strikers by ballot as to whether
tbey wish to continue tbe strike.
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Short la Acceaats.
Indianapolis, April 28. Charles R.
Hazley, secretary of tbe South Bide
BslldlBg Association, is short about
19,000 la hit aeeounts, and a fugitive
Is Beata Amerleaa Tbe association
made an assignment this afternoon,
BPBAeuK, April M.-A Urge pertloa
of tbe town of Kretitzberg with 1690
Inhabltanis Is burned, 170 houses' are
destroyed and stx persons burned to
Bam Bernardino. Cal.. April 28.
W. J.JNorrls, a wealthy cltlsen of East,
Highland, living about 10 miles from
this city, committed suicide by shoot
ing himself with a revolver.
Portlakd, April 28. Wheat valley
$1.20. Walla Walla, $1.12.
San Francisco, April 28. Wheat,
Chicago, April 28. Wh$at .71J.
A dry oyo moans a hard heart.
Brown eyes aro tho most kindly.
Any marked peculiarity of counte-s
Banco indicates soino peculiarity of mind, t,
A prominent noso and bold chin are
tho most favorablo combination known,
to tho physiognomist ,
Eyes which show the whole of the pu-
pil are often observed in restless, passion
ate, half Bimple people. '
A temple with strongly marked full- r
ness in tho upper part belongs to a man
of great native prudence. ,
Men with noses that when viewed in' :
profile appear arched are usually witty
and clover in conversation. a
TTnrlnntnl nvnhrnwu. fall and recrnlar.
show great understanding, deliberation
ana capacity tor piuuoiug nuu ucuuvh.
Harsh, unyielding persons generally "
havo high foreheads; knotty below, wankri,
en eyes, firmly closed mouths and broad
Black, sparkling eyes, with a steady,,,
grave mouth, show taste, elegance, sound '
judgment and often an ungenerous dis
position. Large noses aro invariably associated'
with strong traits of character, whether
good or had is determined by other ckar
acteristics. Wide open, staring eyes belong to peo
ple who are dull, but pretentions; who
mistake impudonce for wttandinsoleao
A face which does not change expres
sion in conversation indicates either cap
tion or stupidity, according to its other
A conceited man is apt to want wm t
the lower part of his face tbrowa o4'P
a man or wisaom ana moaeeiy wjm pr
Inwnr nax drawn in. the forehead aMSA-
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WITH THE PLAYWRIGHTS. "
Com T. Murphy is writing a new play
tor Katherine Rober. ' ?
Minnie Doyle has completed a aewV.
play called "A Wife's Oath."
"O'Grady's Tenants" is the title'of a
new farce comedy by Thomas V. Kelley. J
Oscar Wilde has written a new play
for John Haro. who Is soon to produce It i
TTnrrv Tachion ia hflvlni? "Hero " tfca ;
play he purchased from Oliver Byron, f
fJonrrrn W. Thomnson haS settled on
"A Pleasant Dilemma" as an appropriate ..
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UV1U U UWMyn l'M.
Frank Dumont is the author of m .,
new comedy, "The Colonel and I," ia,
which Gallagher and West are to star. A
James W.Harkins and Edwin Barbcmr .
aro collaborating on play which is to
be called "The Land of the Midnight
"Lady Charwick," which is to he pro.
duced at tho Broadway theater, Xw
York, tbe first week iu May, is a-s
drama by Jon d'Lack.
William T. Price, author of "TheTeesv.
nlque of tho Drama," is arranging forma
production next season of his patriejMo
play entitled "John Brown."
"Tho Old Love and tbe New," aemf
nlnvuri liv tha comDUV Of Ml. FlONSMa
(now Mrs. G. Howard Coveney), kM
nrnoJ nut to bo a, rewritten Tssswa m
"The Governor." r '
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Cape Colony is the nawral tojbttatot
the lurgest Known species o wnsuww
It is a soft, scaieiess ining ut
and seven feet long, and mask
our common angle worm.
a umi1. uv flint U ia very asnU
i 1. t.luul far a ivaliv to MA iklSlf kill 4
mirror before it is a year edllaMB
wi.v ti.u should be so eesMMsaat Sk
would be dimwit to ML
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