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About The Oregon mist. (St. Helens, Columbia County, Or.) 188?-1913 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1891)
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Leading Paper of Columbia County.
Advertising Medium In Columbia Co.
ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1891.
THE OUEUON MIHT
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; J R. BEEGLE, Publisher.
The Oounty OtTlolal Paper.
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Ilia mall lor V union la au1 rlM.liuru rm
Ml. Holaii.TuNilay, 'i'huiwlajr and Haliirilay at
Tha mall for Mnnhlan I. Clat-kaiili" ai(1 Mlt
Iraviia Uiiluu .u.lav, Mrduatilay and Frlilay al
Malta (railway) iiurtb t's at ID A M.i (or
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Trlor' lolil-lirr Koutia.
HTAXI'. W, KlIAVHa lMITM Il.l.ll. for
Porilaml at II a. Tiih.iI.v. Thurilnr and Hat
unlay- l-a.'a Hi. IIi.i..ii for l,'lvkaitl Moa
dv. Iih-mUv and r rMav al a XU a. M.
MraAHaaiiwrrH K klmmiii--l'avia Ht. II.Opim
for Portland nail "i.t WU"a at K a.
vtHrnliiii. !. Foitlnud at 2 ! f. a.
OR. H. R. CLIFF,
Physician and Surgeon,
HI. lUlana. Or.
DR. J. E. HALL,
( Physician v and Surgeon,
( lat.kanlr, Columlila Co., Or.
McBRIDE & DRESSER,
Attorneys v at v Law,
Orra;in Cllr. Or.
Hromp: att 'iitlon (Ivan to land ulflin bnkinma
A. B. LITTLE,
r Surveyor and Civil Engineer,
HI. Ifolvna, Or.
t.'ouutr Hnrv. jrr. Ijind mirvrvlnt. town ilal
ting uu Halni'tTluK uik pmuipily dour. ,
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BURNEY tt DRAPER,
Attorneys . at .' Law,
Orrgon I'll, Or.
Twalvr yrarN' ix (lorlrtica aa KoRlalor of the
INiltad Hia'ra l.aud (rtlir hrra rocominauda na
In our apiM-lalty of aUkiniUot btiMliiia Iwl.tr,
the Ijiod iirlliD or tli l amia, and luvnl vlnaj th
irautlr III Hit UimiihaI lud Olllmv
J. B. BROCKENBROUQH,
ATTORNEY ".' AT..' LAW,
OroKon t'lly. Or.
(hats Noclal Aavut of Ornvral IaimI (Ifllnr.)
Ilmn.iniw.il, I'm rmiiilim and 11ml nr Land Ap
iilli at on and other Land onion llulni'. a
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...... E. WINGERT,
Notary Public and Beat Estate Agent,
lleuuvn, Columhln Co., Or.
Thft Hndar.litnird will attend I" and mrtlf lo
II blnii( iwitaliilMH hi th tran,fiirrlnit of
raal valatr, and aimaiir l"iHlilcn ridntlux lo
KK'atio'i ami anvaninKua, Mitainina iowiii ni
Niwr. Itnl.ia or Htiibrn. W ill aluo aurud In
Pnalnn Clalma, hrluc a'llhnrlii d tn ly IckrI
rwioiultliiu li mn the Di'parlmonl ot inf nor.
D. J. SWITZER,
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STATE INSURANCE CO.
: Salem, Oregon.
j John A. Beck,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
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i Th Fln.it Aunrlmenl ot Watobei, Clorki and
i Jflwalry of all D.totiptloua.
' OPPOSITR IHI ESMOND, PORTLAND, OR
; Front 8treet. Portland. Oregon,
WHEAT, OATS AND MILL FEED OF ALL KINDS,
Hay, Shingles, Lime, Land Plaster. Also Flour, Bacon, -
' AND A OKNKRAL ASSORTMENT OK j
Wlili h we Bell cheap fur csMh. Give ub a call.
EVE R D ING Sc FAR R E LL.
STEAMER G. W. SHAVER.
J. W. SHAVER, Master.
LcMivi'H I'tirtlitml from Alder-street
Priiltty for ClutHkMiiii'. toiicliint; at
city, Milaina, jiwr Vny, Kaimer, Cedar Lantlintf, Mt. Uofnn, IJradburv,
HtclIa.Oak I'oint and all intermediate iviiiitri, returning Tueriday.ThurS'
tiuv and feaiurnav.
CEOflCE SHAVER, Master.
Jyeave l'ortland Tucstlay and
mediate points, ri'turning the next day. On Sunday for Skamokawa
Catiii.amkt and Wksthiht and intermediate points, returning next day
NOW 5 THE Tip
This dwiraLle proierty adjoins Milton Station, on the Northern Pacific
ONE HOUR'S RIDE FROM PORTLAND.
And is only 1 milss from St. Helens, the county-seat, on the Columbia
river. Milton creek, a beautiful mountain stream, runs within
2iX) yards of this property, furnishing an inexhaustible
supply of water for all purposes.
LOTS, 50x 1O0 FEET,
Hanging in price from $50 to 1100, can be secured from
D. J.'Switzer, St.
FOR COWLITZ RIVER.
yi i-ia I'eftves KELSO Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
IVVI 1.1 1 TT Vr9 L day at 5
l nuiHday and Saturday at (S a. m.
JWJCrn lACI.l.VefVtVl daily. Sunday executed, arriv-
ng at Portland at 10:$0 a. m. Returning, leaves PORTLAND at 2:30
m., arriving at 7 i. m.
F. L. POSSON t S0N.S09
Huoofliaara tn Miller ftroa.
DON'T BUY YOUR DRUGS
ANYW1IKRK BUT AT A REflVLAR
-I YOU WILL FIND THE V '
Freshest, Purest and Best of Everything
DR. J. E. HALL. Proprietor.
and got mORE POWER
v and use LESS WATER
'Writ, for snr Xmw flloatntM Cstelpi. ( laSl.
THE LEFFEL WATER WHEEL4 ENGINE CO. SPRINGFIELO,On U.8A
dock Monday. W'edneHday and
Bunvies Inland. 8t. llelens. Columbia
Thursday for Clathkame and inter
TO SECURE A LOT
& CO.'S STEALERS
a. m. Leaves PORTLAND Tuesday,
leaves KAIMER at 5 a. m
Second Street. Portland, Or.
DRUG v STORE.
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Oregon Naval Resenre
WASHINGTON IRON INDUSTRY
Deady Decides In Favor of a Chinees
Merchant's Wife Without a
Certifloste Eto. f
Tha pine-not crop Is short In Nerada
The Iron Industry in Washington gives
grM proline. - .
A eonpvr-HnieUing (nrnaee at Ban Pi-
ego la being diacnaed.
The Orouon naval reserve has been in-
eurporaUMl at fortlBml.
Riveraide is talking of a eo-operatire
kitchen on the neiiatny plan.
Nevada proplo want the (iovernor to
call an irrigation convention at Ueno.
O len't utreet-car avitem haa been
clianged from (team motor to electricity,
J. de Barth Shorb is to represent Los
AiiiTHiea county In the Ualilornia Uoara
All the railroad waahouta in New Mer
loo have been repaired, and trains are
Two hnn lnd Tnceon ladies have signed
a petition asking tlieConatitational Con.
vention not to disiriininate against wom
en's civil rights in the constitution.
Tlio work of construction on the Santa
re. rrewott and I Ini'iui railroad, which
will connect Pbtrnis, A. T., and the Salt
Kivcr alley with the panta re system,
Tliegi-nml jury at Iteno is nnuble
lin-l llie ttligtiteflt evnlence upon whu h
to iixlii't anv one f r the hanuina of the
rullitiii Ortig by vigilantes, and ask to
In Angeles couitlH:ns that the Chino
bcet'SUioir factory has not made snitar
cheaper there, owiiik to the fact that
only tlirou firms handle the sugar and
no one else can get it in carload lota.
Mis Maillard. who disappeared from
her home near Han Rafael. Gal., several
weeks ago, was found at Fortuna, Cal ,
where she haa been living with W. H.
Ingiam. a hired man formerly employed
ry ner nusoanu.
BraiUtreet's mercantile agency reports
twenty-seven failures in the Pacific Coaat
elates and I err i tunes for the past week,
as compared with twenty-five for the
previous week and ten for the corre
sponding week of ltfll ).
The lUU's officers testify that the v
snl when she came to Ban Diego had no
sail r, soldiers or arms on board. The
vc.tl chaneed captain three times be-
'ore le tving Chili, and four breech-load-rtm
thai rhn carried were put off at Ariiio.
The arms were taken on board at San
The Iowa Hill hviiraulic miners have
asked for a removal or modification of
the injunctions which will Derrnit them
to clean up the bednck. The miners are
operating in gravel which is not washed
lino the nver. The Sacramento tuper-
vtaors will take the matter under consid
eration of permitting the miners to work
me tower gravel tied.
A bill tins Wn Sled in equity in the
Uinu-j Mite tourt at Uoa Anseiea
airaiiitt I tie Southern Pacific railroad and
218 other defendants to quiet title and
forfeit to the unvernment 850.000 acres
of land in a AiiKeles. San Bernatdino
and Ventura counties, Cal,- The land is
overtnppn' grants to the Atlantic and
faciUc Company of and is, i.
Prof, liemard of the Lick Observatory
has discovered a very faint comet, whicn
la uuliev, d to he ti e long expected penoa
ical enmet of Swift, hut which la verv far
from the place predli-'ed for the latter'
reapiicarnm-e. This is the fourth period
ical comet, the first announcement of
whom return ha come from Lick Ob
servatory in the past thirteen months.
It is reported on what seems to be good
authority that a large plant for the man-
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iim.-ium oi nn uiRiewiu soon ue iocshxi
in San Francisco by a wealthy manufact
urer, a resilient 01 that city, it is ex
pected that 1.000 hands will be at work
manufacturing tin plate before the end
of the year. The material will come
tram Australia, San Bernardino and the
Archbishop Gross has called a provin
cial council of the prelates of the Cath
olic Church to meet in Portland October
1H. The prelates who will attend are
Bishop Junger of Wnalrinirton. Bishop
Olorieux of Idaho, Bishop Brondel of
Montana and Bishop Lemens of Van
couver Island. The object is to take ac
tion 1 Miking to the unification of Catlio-
llelty In the Northwest.
The new buiklins of th Concordia
Cltlh the lending Hebrew institution of
San r rancixco. was thrown open for in
spection the other night, and was visited
bv fully 3, 00 people, 'who were hospita
bly entertained in the luxurious quar
ters. The building has been erected and
fiirnialiail at ottat nf ahmif ftjum OHO
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and is beyond doubt the handsomest and
most elegantly equipped house in San
The water In Salton Lake haa fallen
fourteen inches in the last five davs. and
the amount of water supplvins the lake
does not equal the evaporation. The
greatest depth of the lake is thirty-six
incnes ana i' area tnirty mtie long by
ten wide. Recent visitors do not think
It has changed the climate of the aur.
rounding country, and that the humidity
in that neighbornood has been increased
only in a modified degree, now register
ing oj nogrees, wniie tne ordinary hu
midity of San Francisco is 75.
The Leland Stanford (Jr.) UnlveralU
at Palo Alto was opened the other day
with impressive ceremonies. Senator
Stanford, the founder of the institution,
delivered a brief address, in which h
referred to hi confidence in the trustees
and to the general purpose of the oni-
ersity. jMife J. McW. Shatter followed
n a speech on behalf of the Board nf
Trustees. President Kellogg of the Cnl
.ver.itv ot Cali'nrnla apokn in a pleasant
way of the new rival of hi own univer
sity, and President Jordan of the Stan
ford institution concluded the speaking
with a long and polished address. The)
xeroses were concluded with bene-li-linn.
The regular instructions becrln
itt once. So far 440 students have been
admitted to the various classes.
Kw.dra gtaad Behind V. Country In
Of 351 town and cities in Massachu
setts 248 have free public libraries.
The average salaries of the mistresses
in the Iondon board schools is $950.
It costs the teachers of Kansas (200,
000 a year to attend the Normal Insti
tutes. There are 230 Normal Schools, with an
attendance of 50,000 students, In the
Philadelphia tnrns ont more medical
students in a year than any other city
in the country.
President Warfield of Lafayette Col
lege, Pa., is taking vigorous measures to
stamp ont hazing.
Pittsburg is trying industrial course
in the public schools, and their success
is reported to be marked.
Albert Q. Lane has been chosen Su
perintendent of the public schools of
Chicago, vice Howland resigned.
The Kanaas University ia a good deal
set up because a Harvard graduate is
sending his son to Lawrence this year.
The number of students registered
this vesr in Sibley College of Mechan
ical fcngineering. Cornel! University, i
something like 45), including a consid
erable number ol graduates from other
L Superintendent Anderton of the Mil
waukee public schools i talking about
getting np a procession of children of
school age who are denied an education
from th lack of school room in that city.
They number about 2,000.
Tt is said that Mia Mary E. Holme
of Rockford, III., proposes to invest from
S75.U00 to 1100,000 in establishing in
Missouri a colored women's literary and
industrial school to accommodate loO
pupils as a memorial to her mother.
According to an educational journal
the number of illiterate person in Rus
sia, Siberia, Roumania and Bulgaria
form 80 per cent, ot the population, in
Spain tKi, Italy 48, Hungary 43, Austria
:bi, Ireland 21, r ranee anil iteigtum is,
Holland 10, United States 8, Scotland 7,
Switzerland 2'3 and in the greater part
of Germany oniy I percent.
Sweden stands behind no country
not even the United State in popular
education. To this may pernap be due
the auperioritv of the Swedish emigrant
to this country over emigrants from
other European countries. The number
of school children per 1,000 inhabitants
i 140. Technical instruction, especia'ly
if woman, is a great feature. The diffi
culties in the way of school attendance
are very great, not only because of the
severe Northern winters, but also because
he people live to a large extent on iso
Prof. Michaelson baa juat returned o
I km ton from California, where he has
spent a large portion of the summer.
He has been working at Lick Observa
tory, experimenting t here with his recent
invention the refractometer. This he
attached to .1. sruitller ot the telescope
it the observatory, and during the su in
ner he made numerous measurement
f the bodies of the solar system, partlc
ilarlv of the satellites of Jupiter. The
-esnlts of this work were highly satisfac-
nrv. and the mean of the measurement
Hindi varies from the maximum and
Minimum measurements by but 1 or 2
er cent. a variation many times less
han is olitiiiiialile by other methods.
;"he refrsclometer will be nsed by the
rsti'at l.'n ic(li-er atorydnring thecoc:
illir veiir. and in tlint. time Prnf Mich.iet.
on li-. ! lo perfect his invention etili
urther. The refractometer bids f:i r to
Iwiin iDK ruiuent of great importance in
'.it lire astronomical work.
' THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
'eretary PrcKitor Ha. Approved the Iter
Tundra I it th. naf.
Secretary Proctor has finally aporove.1
the new tactics for the armv. and thev
will be put in practice as soon as the
necessary arrangement ran le made.
The President has passed upon the
record of the court-martial in the case of
Colonel Compton of the Fourth Cavalry,
who was charged with failure while in
command of the military poet at Walla
nana to take steps to prevent inn lynch
ing of a man named Hunt under arrest
for killing one of the soldiers under him.
The court found him guilty, aud sen
tenced him to suspension from rank and
command for three years on half pay
and to be confined in the limits of a inif-
tary post. The President approved the
proceedings of the court, but mitigated
the sentence to suspension from rank
and command on half psy for two years.
The Director ot the Mint, with the
approval of the Secretary of the Treasury,
has issued instructions to the superin
tendents of the assay office in New York
that in cases of deposits of foreign gild
or bars such an approximation of value
as in the discretion of the superintendent
may be regarded. as safe, not axceed
90 'per cent, of the value, - oe paid
pending the melt and aasuy. The pur
pose of this regulation is to encourage,
so far as can be legally done, the govern
ment importation of foreign gold into
the United State by allowing the im
porters spot cash for foreign gold so soon
as received instead of requiring them to
wait while the deposits are being melted
and the exact gold determined.
Bv a recent decision acting Secretary
Grant by inference held that the World'
Columbian Exposition is a private and
not a national affair. If Assistant Sec
retary Grant is correct, it will raise the
question with some people bow
Congress came to decide the location of
the exposition, by whi t authority the
President named the Commissioner and
why Secretary Foster haa been paying
out pubKe . money to the government
Fair Commissioners, who went abroad
in the interest of the exposition. , As
sistant Secretary Grant' decision came
about in this way: There haa been some
complaint that the building erected
were not safe, and the Chicago people
assert that tiiis complaint came from
New York, where there never ha been
a friendly feeling for Chicago or the fair.
In order to diapoae of all these stories
the Commissioner asked the Secretary
of War to detail a corps of engineers to
Inspect the building. The Commission
ers thought a report by such a corps
would have more weight than ii it were
made by private engineers. In replying
to the request Secretary Grant stated
that Section 1224 ot the Revised Statutes
forbade armv officer from performing
work of any kind for private persons or
corporation", nid for this reason he was
compelled to decline a eumpitanoe with
The Coal Product of the
GEORGIA TO TAX BACHELORS
Arrangements Complete for the Poly
technic Excursion to the
The Twin City (Minneapolis) Athletic
Club ha assigned.
It is laid Canada intends to reimpoee
an export duty on logs.
Ohio this year produce the largest to
bacco crop in her history.
A cooking school is a part of the public-school
system of Milwaukee.
The validity of the convict lesse sys
tem in Tennessee is to be decided by the
Turkey's flag has been th first to be
unfurled on the Chicago World' Fair
The water of Lake Erie are to be
piped to Cincinnati, taking in many
other cities en route.
Most of the fires in Wisconsin were
confined to districts burned over last
spring. The rains have checked them.
A factory ia to be built at Minneapolis
by parties who claim to be able to tem
per copper o that it can be made hard
The Millionaires' Club of New York
will erect a $750,000 honse. The proposed
site is on the corner of Fifth avenue and
The people in Emmons county, N. D.,
who lost their property by prairie fires
are said to be in a deplorable condition
without food or shelter. v
Since the passage oi the American
copyright law it is said that one New
York song publisher ha paid 6,000 in
London for manuscripts.
France, it is believed, will next month
rescind the pork prohibition laws. Italy
promises to rescind ner prohibitory reg
stations after France acts.
It ia stated that the government has
realized to.OOO.OOO from the sale of lands
in that part of Kanaaa which ia beyond
the line oi certain ramian.
In the Red River Valley, N. D , farm
labor is verv scarce, and the railroads in
that section carry men free to various
point wDere they are needed.
The large yield and high price of wheat
will, it is estimated and expected, make
this season's Dakota crop equal tn value
to those of tne five preceding years.
A railroad surveying party that went
np the Big Horn Canyon in Colorado
nearly two months ago has not been
heard from, and there are fears that the
members have been lost.
Vessel agents and mariners on the
'- Lakes are urging the establish-
nent of a branch hvdrographic office on
the hikes to look out for the vast mari
time interests centered there.
The Sovereign Grand Lodge, I. O. 0.
F., haa voted down the proposition thai
members could become eligible to the
degree of Patriarch Militant withont
going through the encampment.
Georgia is going to tax bachelors. A
bill for that purpose has been brought
into the Georgia legislature, and the
House Committee on Hygiene and Sani
tation has reported it favorably.
An extra session of U.e Pennsylvania
Legislature has been tailed with a view
to remove the Auditor-General and State
Treasurer, whose connection with the
financial scandals baa been charged
The Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd
Fellows has voted against the eighteen
year limit to eligibility t) join the order.
The vote was 107 to 58. The question
regarding liquor sellers was postponed
until next year.
In a drunken fight on a trasn from
Mount Vernon to Carmi, III., William
Robertson stabbed Sheriff William
slightly, and a man named Stanley, who
went to Williams' assistance, was badly
cat and will die.
The conductor, switchmen and brake-
men on the Southern Pacific Atlantic
system have demanded an increase in
wages, and a strike at an early day is
passible, as the company refuse to ac
cede to the demands.
. Florida's Secretary of 8tate, Mr. Claw
ford, refuses to attest the commission of
ex-Congressman Davidson, appointed by
ex-Governor Fleming to succeed Senator
Call. Mandamus proceedings wi I be
taken by the Governor.
A secret organisation ia terrorizing the
people in the neighborhood of Tellville,
Ark. It is composed of " moral regu
lators," but they are brutal in their
treatment of those who come under the
ban of their displeasure, :
The arrest at Durango, Col., of Bi on
Nor.lenakjold for removing relics from
ancient cliff dwellings is liab'e to assume
international projortions, as the acting
Secretary of the United St.itis, Mr.
Wharton, has telegraphed the Mayor ol
Durango to write Lira the facts concern
ing the Baron's arrest.
Arrangements are now complete foi
the polytechnic excursion to the World's
Fair at Chicago. The party, which will
include about 150 men and women,
mostly mechanics, clerk and board
school teachers, will go straight to New
York from London, and alt noted placet
in the vicinity will be visited.
The coal product of the United States
reached a total of 141,23:1,613 short ton;
in the census year, and was valued at
the minei before any expenses for ship
ment at tlOO,22tiS23. The product in
cluded 45,600,437 short tons of Pennsyl
vania and other anthracite, worth $U5,
879,514, and 7(i6,tt3i,010 short tons ol
bituminous and lignite, valued at liH,
At the Gravesend race track at New
York an ingenious trick, by means of
which the bookmakers got news of the
races, was discovered.- A "coachman"
with a big hat was arrested in the field
for carriage, and it was found a battery
was in the hat and small wire around
the man' body, while in the rear of the
carriage waa an operator who sent mes
sage dictated by ths supposed cu. h-man.
A Stan .nil HI. Wife nr. Nominated fur
Judicial Po.lt l.,n. In Nebraska.
Mr. Partridge, the sculptor, Is making '
a heroic buat of James Russell Lowel',
Mrs. Mackay la the possessor tf a
string of flawless diamonds two yards in
George A. Pillsbnry of Minneapolis
haa presented a soldiers' monument to
Concord, N. II., his native town.
The report that Bismarck had recentlv
a slight stroke of paralysis is pronounced
untrue, and his health is said to be fair.
Mark Twain is thinking of descending
the River Rhine in a boat with his cou
rier and working up hi adventure for
hi new book.
Moorfield Story, who wa at one time
Sumner's private secretary, lias agreed
to write his biography for the "Amer
ican Statesmen Series."
Secretary Foster ia the b.8t croquet
plaver in Washington, and is so fur ahead
of all competitors that they don't try to
fii. iiiciuneive. agninst nun.
The man thought most likely fa suc
ceed the present Lord Mayor of' London
ia Alderman David Evan's, a mann'act-
nrer and a Welshman, aged 42 yens.
Francisco Cortiai. the great Italian
singing teacher, live alone in a little
villa just out ot rlorence, where an ni l
housekeeper prepares his spaghetti and
his wine for him.
James S. Sinclair, a farmer of North
Diakota, a distant relative of the Karl of
Caithness, has received word from Eng
land that lie has succeeded to the title
and estate of that Englishman.
The seat which Mr. Edmund has lieen
occupying in the Senate will not betaken
by Mr. Proctor. Senator Dixon of Rhode
Island gets it by the assignment of old
Captain Baasett. Mr. Dixon was the first
Mrs. Ingalla is quite unlike her tall,
thin husband in figure. She is rather
short, with a tendency to stoutness. Her
complexion ia fair and rosy, and her face
is animated by a pair of bright and ex
The new Duke of Cleveland comes info
a rich income of .:!O0,ft00, derived from
the estates in Shropshire and Durham,
vast properties of which he will hav the
unincumbered rent rolls witnout having
to sell an acre of their broad lands.
On account of the physical infirmities
of Bishop Galleher of Inisiana his du
ties have for the mot psrt been assumed
by his assistant, Rev. David Sesiima,
who is to all intents and purposes tin)
Bishop of the diocese. As he i but "3
years old, Mr. Seesnms ia probably the
youngest Bishop in the United State.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rittenhender of
Lincoln, Neb., have both lieen nomi
nated by the Prohibitinnift for jmlicinl
positions the husband for District Judge
and the wife to the Supreme bench. It
i suggested that it was necessary to fix
the nominations in thatorderhecane'he
woman was bound to have the last word
Of the various royal and prncely he'M
in Europe who are unmarried Ihe eldbKr.
with one exception (the son of thcGrind
Duke of Luxembourg), is rnnce Victor
Bonaparte, 30 year of age. Next come
Archduke Charles Lonis of Austria, who
is nearly 28, and then the Dtit" of Clar
ence and Avondale, now 27. The Czaro
wltz is 23 years old.
It is declared on authentic British au
thority that there is hut one British offi
cer left who fought at Waterloo, and a 1
pretenders are warned to ring oil and d e
as modest folks as thev were born. This
one officer is Lieutenant William Hewitt
of the Rifle Brigade, born in 1705. Of
late ne has been in failing health, lie
lives at Southampton.
Sir A. Paget is the senior member of
the British diplomatic corps, and has
held appointment under the foreign Sec- .
retanea acting for thirteen Cabinet, lie
recently celebrated the fiftieth anniver
sary of his appointment as an attache.
His present position at Vienna will be
shortly vacated, the wily old diplomat
Having determined to retire from the
The last French survivor of the battle
ot Trafalgar, Louis Cartigny, has just
completed his lOCHh year. ' lie was a
cabin boy on the Redoubtable in 183 at
the time the fatal shot was hred from
that vessel at Lord Nelson. Cartigny ia
still hale and hearty, in fnll possession
of hi faculties, and spends most of his
time in the open air. Nothing delight
Dim more than to converse about his ex
periences. Grace Groonwood writes to the Homt
Journal from Washington to gay that she
is not blind, as haa been reported in the
newspaper press. She says she can see
to thread np her sewing machine and
even to find her way across Fifth avenue
at an hour when the millionaires are out
in force. She adds: "lain not blind,,
neither to m v neighbor's sins nor to mv
own little human frailties. I can stiff
' read my title clear ' to more good for
tune than has ever come my way."
CRIME AND CRIMINALS. .
Q.rman Anarchist. Sentenced for Clrea-
latlns Prohibited iateratnra.
Charles Mock (colored) was taken from
fail at SwaiuBboro, Ga.t by a mob and
tianged. Mock a few days ago criminally
assaulted a white woman of that place.
Sheriff Simous whipped seven crimi
nals in the jail yard in Newcastle, Del.
There was but little interest shown in
the affair, and only a small crowd gath
ered, :, , ',: , ('.
A quarrelsome negro shot and killed
the Mayor of Spartanburg, S. C., and a
mob surrounded the jail at last accounts
with the purpose of hanging the mur
derer. ' ;.'.',.'
Six Anarchists, who were trie,! in Co-
blens, Germany, have been sentenced to
terms of imprisonment from six month
to two years for circulating prohibited
Thomas O'Brien, a well-known all-
r&und crook and confidence man, has
been arrested at New York, charged
with robbing a wealthy citizen of Al
bany of $10,000 a year and a half ago.
Andrew Gage, clerk of Madison conn-
wan muwviih.in ... a., a Huura it ,11"
suburbs of Huntsville, Ark. Gage was
standing on his back porch, and the as
asain fired from the shadow of a bouse.
' Colonel Bradford Dunham, general su
perintendent of the Alabama and Mid
land railroad, ahot and killed Jame
Cunningham, 19 year of age. at Mont
gomery, Ala. Domeatic trouble was th
oaaae, . ; .