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AN INDEPENDENT PAPER DEVOTED ESPECIALLY TO THE INTERESTS OP POLK COUNTY.
( 12.00 TEH YKAU. )
INDKPKNDKN'CK, POLK (XHJNTV OKIXJON, FRIDAY, MAY, 2M, 1890.
( FIVE CENTS TEIt COPY, )
v - Y) n rr
his large stock of Goods
Is pleased to announce
OP CHARGE to each C
Tip WEST SIDE.
Ui-lrl i tn M.r In luUpiulue,
WM IN VANCK.
One War fi.oc
OX,MO!il , . 1.00
ihrev Montt'A . .. . jo
Wiwit mil j iiiii in advance J jo
tml ml.'it(W I. I v I'm Him l (
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hWltty trlif rttPI'l'tna (He
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( At'rU-l,Mt jaitlUuu.
JOB I PRINTING 'I
. . - . ih tut. '
Latest anil Best Styles,
t t tin !
I.OWi:5r :: L1 IN(1 r RATlA
Physicians & oaij:ons. !
.. : it ; .. .
U. S. Kx.inviniiVT Jvi'v;cons.
K. I,. KKTCHUM.
Physicinn nd Surgeon.
0!H,t l), f t)-ll f irl NnMxtiti Hnk,
DR. J. K. LOCKK,
Physician ond Surgeon.
t Duena Visla, Oregon.
J. E. DAVIDSON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
U. 8. mmLN'Q SUEQEON,
DR. J. B. JOHNSON,
All work warranled to give the heat
JOIIM J. DALY,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Office: Mill ft, OpiwuiU Court Hotma,
l,f I. W, KOI.IC ('iH'NTY, OltKOON
A M. HURLEY,
Attorney an I Counselor at Law.
Oltir: Cor. Mulu ind Monmoiuh Sl.,
first jvfatioral BaiK
IMr.P EN HENCE, OREGON.
Praaldent ...J. 8. COOPER.
Vies Preaident, L. W. ROBERTSON.
Caahler ......W. H. HAWLEY.
I. F. Thnmpiinn, J. 9, Conptr,
L. W. Uoberiton, IT, W, Calllnt,
0, W. WMUaktr.
Trni(.f ii nrl bunking; tmiln.m. Bajrt
and belli. cii:liau on U Importuil polota.
Popnulti reflnlveil inlilent ta ehek or en
.pmfl. acp n rti pn.lt. Collcoilom mad on all
point, em (avorable tcrmi,
-Omc noun: I A. M. to 4 P. U.
Hll' burglar proof lift Mourad by Talt
CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. v
H. HIRSCHBERG, -' Praldant.
ABRAM NELSON, Vlo Prealdanfc
W. P. CONNAWAY, - Caahler.
A nprl banklne anil exehanir bnitnaia
trii"tml; loiiu. runIn; bllil dlieountwli Oom
merclnl orellta grantM; dpi)lu rcelra4 on
curront amount lubjcot to cbeck; lntert pall
uu time depunlu.
Joihua MoDanlel, H. H. Jaaperaon,
A. J. Goodman, H. Hlraohberg.
Abram Nela'on, T. J. Lea.
. .' i. A. Allen.
that in connection with
nstomer purchasing $40
Of Independence, Oregon.
Trn.icts t Rtneral Rr folate lluaineea
buy and hcIU I'mperty, iffecU
lntiriio and U I grnemt
rirllM having r.aml far wle will find
it to their advantage to
firm m ipm nnAnnnnmr
WitU thi Coinpnriv, they art daily
emliiiR Hsu f land t, thui plao
i diraMe proerty befott the reti-
mof the Kaxt,
J. W. KIRKI.ANn, Preaident
G. V. SIIINN,
Hou3H, Dign & Qrnamantal
Niwr Uujiiiu., GraiititiK. Kreacoitiff.
IQe. 1'ni'it rwin opmte JoIiikou'
J. U. COOPER, Proprietor.
UK ST BRANDS OfT
; U'ines, Liquors and Cigars.
IIAIIXBSS AKD SADDLESu
-And Dealer In
Ail Itlnds of Harness & Saddlery Goods.
Carriage TrimniiHj; mid Repairing
K. BUNCK,' Mannger.
I now prepared to make any kind
of Casting iu
BRASS OR IRON,
Oil ahort not ire. I now at work
Dunce's Improved Grain Crusher
Arknowtntgri! In he thhft train eniherl
AmriUa-wtroimt. clit'MprHi and mn.t durable.
A full lit "f thr rUiw uf w.irk done al thla foun
dry will b publiahcd iu lliin parr, Any pcraoo
In wuul of a
ran be oinplled here. Hriirliif done for all
kunln uf inuclliiicry. Muiu .Irccl, llltlrpeudtuct
MON MOUTH, OREGON.
Itiro'porated under the Lw of Oregon.
0. T. 8TANI.EY, IKA 0. tOVftthh,
In. a enniTHl hntiklni builiiMn. Rluht flrafli
mi New V.rk. Hu Kramdirn ami Foreland fur
Wf amniiuf. Rei-etvaa iliill uhji-at to
Dlifi'k nroii nertlflc . of dilt. Collentlom
wid vi prnnipl aiiitiiiliin liuardeil by duubli
ciiniuimiciur Yale tlinn luck.
Mins Ada Jmlaon.
JUDSON & WILLIAMS,
Mutlnn. f.nmb, Vra', Pork, Ham", Rinnn,
Cur ird lii ef, iuhumi Kiiv lmidr aii l ((ami
Iu rfiiamm. All J""'I. dilvuri'd free of charfi.
Jaspersori &, Parker,
'.. Independence, Oregon.
ArcMtects, MlimM Contractors,
Alwaynln tlie'r 8h and f)on Faeliu, and
will iry tin; r i.f-t in pleu-e nil, Hive them a
trlni and In. (in vinci'd thai they an worthy of
A. B. GRIGGS,
8. P. Irvine, cutler, Choice meati
centtanU on hand. Davidaon'a Brick.
.00 worth of Goods from
E. E. Krcngel,
Krenjel's lion Fence.
Mr. Thomas rennet, lute of Chi
cago, au experienced horse
" ihoer, makes specialty
of that line.
Circular and Crosscut
DON IE BY
E. E. KRENGEL.
. VM. JONB, Proprietor.
Till Ferry ia now In operation, and
prepared to tranafcr paradigm and wag
one to or from tut City.
It ulli pay perjoos uf)tlr$ a
View of Polk County.
To croaa the Terry and go to tha
top of Prospect 11 ill.
Elkins & Co.,
PROPRIETORS Of THE
Hauling of all Kinds Done at
ill peed, Oal(, let? 0 fir Uood
-Collection Made Monthly.
C Street, Independence, Or.
A. W. HOWELL, Prop.
Firat-elaaa In every reapect. Special
attention Ktven trHiiairut cuatoniera. A
ample room for commercial traveler.
Mitchell & Bohannon,
t- Mantifnrturera of
SASH & DOORS.
SCROLL SjWINQ AND
Main Street, Independence, Oregon.
J. H. ALEXANDER,
BEUNA VISTA, OR.
TTaving pnrclmaed the atork of Druga
formerly owned by h. W, Rohertaon, I
am prepared to meet all the old citato
mera, and many more new ones. Faif
tnd courleoua 'treatment to all,
WEST SIDE JOB OFFICE,
la prepared to print IIORSH Bri.I.S
and 110 1' TICKETS at the loweot prlcci.
Of all kind, executed on ahort notice
by au experienced JOB PRINTER.
A. WILSON, Propr.
he has secured a supply
his store for CASH.
GEO. E. BREY,
AND GRAIN HKOKLR. ;
InoapindancB, - Crerjari.
FRANK JlUTJ.nK, i
county mmoB umeit)
Auotloneor and Ai)i alr.
ItnllmatM of a'l fmnmutlw w.nk wade auiJ
Allrnd. W'..lllrUv an I Thuld;i In ful.
Court wV nl 1M, mn(.n,
Addreaa, Dallaa, Polk Co., Or.
F. J. MORRIS, Prop.
Fine Wines, Liquors
MIXED DRINKS A PIXIALVY.
Whiteaker Crklt, mependvnee.
(Katalilialiwl !y National Biiltiotily.)
;ipil;il : Mm : lias! !
OK MAI.KM, ONKOON,
CAPITAL, PAID UP, $5o,ooooo.
a. a wam.cr, w w maktin,
lrld(nt: Vlei I'ro.iJrut.
i. It Al.tiKRT, a.lilir.
To Tttmrtt nn and ntlier mari-liaiitaht
prwlum, i.-l,ir.j r m Mi,MiMrtMimet
i.Mi . f ptfoi'r weri'nttu
Urntadma d nn na an Ynrk. CHImmi
4a rr.uaiuoi. P ril.i.d Uiudua, I'urla, Hoilln,
Hau4 k.H. end I 'H'uim
Tim tri.rnifii ai'liil' who rnn IMirtraV
nrellv miii'lt nil iIim' of ai-ntitiiiiiil. ia
a had fiiilttiw whi'ii hla part cnlla for
aii'llliln hiuhtiT, From thi mindU
thin It ai-nma lo ha a folr cuni'limion
that jiillliv la nioro ilillii-iill to aiimilnla
tlinn anrntw, llow many woll-known
aetiiraar them who liiugh naturally
on tha aiiiL'R. MrKno Hitiikiii, who hna
ci-i'liiinlv nmiterod the li'i'lniii-alitlra of
lila piofcaalon, Iih a (Ui liiniiu wn
4011111U like a diatrtaad eitcklo. ao
coiil I UK to tli Drmmtie Tiim . Wlum
Lau'reure Hurrett laiijriii tun ronit or
hi nook awnll with tha effort, very
ut'h a llii'v do whon ho la aiNiutniir
iiurolo aKM't)li tit the top of Ilia voieo.
Mr. Hai i vinora hm a lauirh that
veula hia tm th, hut mveala not the
llirtiteal apitrk of (rt-nlnliiy. Mr. Ki
eey lailha tolitlly without expruHalon.
Mr. lii'W aniili'i and ami lr and uttora
Aaido from the yarlou uncanny
nniaaa produwd by iHiihlnjt aotora,
their fiti'iiil expreaaiona while undorp)
Intf I ho proiHK of I'tu'lilmnilion ai'tt
pniudil to wltuaa. Thoy look uueaay,
aeif-eonaiiioua and atrainnd, aathouii
the elToi l hurt llit'tn. To he obllud 10
laii)(h on tha aiajfe la to every leading
actor au onleal of alartllnif propor
tiona. CnmoilianH limy tlnil the path
of laughter ka thorny, liiu'iiuao they
are allowed to omhelliali it with oocon
trlclly beyond the tiordoiaof hiii loaiiirM.
lint aiiMiiini'iiliil Hotma loom an ftmrful
of Itwlnjt thoir dignity tlml they dara
not laugh with tlio rinj; of ttuo eujny
Aplayormiiy, with the allghleat ex
ercise of Ida Klfie. rodtice an auilitiiice
to tours, and yut hn the moal hopeloaa
ly nhsiird and unreal hmhur alive.
Cliira Morria can bflujj teitra from the
mutual auditor without a pat'tlule of
fooling on lior own pitrt. Hut
when alio triea to lnujrli hor wntehmn
erow ahtrmod. We have not heard a
hearty or (riinfhmmnly hiuj'h upon tha
atage for ninny yonra.iind we do not uu
durHtand why It ia that nctm who can
porft.'Ot the ainitlloat dotullH of other
limiilittis tntally full to conquer the
spirit ,of laiiKhtur.
Three Claaaea of Marrlotl Women.
They were dlscuaalns; a certain clover
and woll-kuown married woman, who
la prominent alike for hor butdnea and
ocinl giicceaaos, aaya tlie N. Y. wc-
"How doe ahe write hor nnmef"
aaked a bright-faced listener from
"Let me aoe," mused one of the
irrmip. "I boliove ahe always write
Mnrv W. Smith.
"'l'lmn he Isn't 'advanced' and she
still lovos her husband," said the first
"What do yon moan?" half a dozen
women tlimianded at once. 1
Just this," was the answer. "The
married woman of to-day is of three
claases the woman who puts her hus
band and his Interests first, the woman
who considers her Individuality and
Interests of equal Importance with her
husband's, and the woman who con
siders that hor Interests should domi
nate his. The Urst woman oonsldvrs
tha name of hor husband's family alone
amply honorable and dlgniiiod and
writes hor name aa your friend does.
The second adds her husband's name
to her own family name and writes
Mary White Smith.1 The third write
the fuirt.ly names with a hyphen be
tween them and wishes to be known as
'Mary White-Smith.' The Hist woman
Is ootiaervatlve) the second, progress
ive; the third, 'advauoed.'"
It has been discovered that many
ehool buildings recently eroded at a
coat of many million are so poorly
constructed a to be in danger of col-
of WEBSTER'S UNA
Call and see the Goods
S6.Q0 BOOK FREE till
It iilfordu it pli'itHtire to uu-
nouiico to the pcujilo thnt we uro
iilnitit to give- tlioni a gri'iit Iipiio.
fit. Not withsttuiili we Iiiivp
ttlwnys Ih'I'u known ns tlio inot
oiilt'ririiii) intircliniitii in tiiia
atH'lion, aittl thnt w have solil
llitt tnftt goods in nearly every
ciint? lower than others, we he
Hove it in right to lo the heat we
cnii hy our jiulrona, thereliy se-
Hiring not only U10 lrj;i'Ht!
amount of t ratio hut iuW the!
gri'itti'ht iiuniher of frieinla. j
We want evt ryhoily to itiolcr
ataiij that we are not trying to
not lutw J(w goods we can give
for a dollar, hut how many.
A$ cash iiun hiiHt'S are made at
our .tor. a t,.rd will . ...mched j, IT" SSf Z
Hud when juirchiiM'S to the'ttuliment.
amount tiilled for hy the fftrd! Tlieexli'iiaiimofilieTeiiinoandOlytu
1.1 , ... , ! nia liti'i will I completed lo lliuoilu
have hwn made, we will Kve ;,,,,, wU '
you $6.00 in the form of thi; A Miwk wm , M1 mwiuii
inngniliiu'iit hook, entitled; jfurthn purpoao of emtinn a llouriiig
"Webslor'$ Encyclopedia of Useful i " ,l,yUm M m-
. . .. , ut .j, ... VVwil-Kroaera Ihrongliout Kaalern Or-
information and World Altai, !lMi Imvo bad excellenl weather ao far
a hrief dwril.tiou of whirl. cnitomhiHitaahoartlialr tl-aAa.
he found on the tak of the
We eannol, in sueli limited
"I'll ill I 1. V I'll! I IV .1. I7 , I I'. I,', I
. 1 1
of the hook, for it must he Keen
to bo n'jii''iuled. Suffiefl it to
nay that Much an ollVr lias never
tiefore hcen made in t hia com
munity. The book measurcH
10 x 12 iuchoH, is 2 inches
thick and occuiiica a Kpaco of 312
cubic inches being Royal Oc
tavo in io, containing fi(i0
pages, 1SS line Illustrations and
50 finely engraved Maps, all jrr
pared CTprfxnIji for this book, It
is printed from large new typo,
on good paper, and is handxovie
hj and dumbly hound in morocco
Every volume is worth $6.00
to any person or any family, and
is really a household necessity.
Notwithstanding the fact that we
have the reputation of selling
goods cheaper than anyon) else,
our prk'es will slill be as low, if
not lower than ever before.
We will be' amply repaid for
the great expense wo will have
by selling to our regular cuslo
mors, and of enjoying the trade
of scores of new ones.
In order to get the right to
distribute those, valuable books,
we wero obliged to order enough
to supply.'' one to every . family
for miles around. Visit us at
once, examine our stock and
prices 11s wo have become con
vinced you can do better with
us than whore you are now trad
ing, if not buying your goods at
Tanima liiilldlii.s to Have Klevaturs
The Diicwla Rank,
(ilt.t.MTE QI AHKV NKAR SNOHOMISH.
Sen Ion Mining Ci.-Ctmgarn I'leMlirul at
Tin Hui'ixlu hank
litialneaa June 1.
a ill la roaily lur
Cuthluint't lanipln ara
aiiiukcil aaltiion tliia Wttwm,
pultliiK ii i
Sanla ltuaa a ill have Imrlwcua and
plt'iik on the Fourili of July.
" Hmila C'rtu ntKi't a naw IntyHlO
hulot to i cutnpliited by Noveiulr.
It la autd thai trout (lliini'ia exiflli-nt
rt now in the nmrlng Ih-Ht'liulin.
The t'nimi racillc iKHtila art! iHiitoti-
aliiiK (or more land in the vicinity of Ta
coma. The now huiidinni la-Inn vrn'M In
Taroma Uiia year ant prot idod a illi clo
valora. Thoro aa frot at I'rineville a few
i lilhla ano o aevere that it killed t ab
! bttt plmita.
i The ritUenaof New waloom are mak-jthe
j iiiK all the neit aaary arraniceincnta lor a
arand wlt bration on the 4th of July,
1 ,1...... 1. Ul.. I...IU
Pennine mat win ainnniiiuiuue uii
, I . ., I .
lariiint oceiui veaaela at the loweat
o( lite tide,
!,,',.,. , .. , ., more than phvsical power that makes a
; II, M. Ihirlingiime, alio died reejMitly bnmMi)." Ho aaveth Fred Carroll,
at I'uKax ol t'hionir uleoralion of Ilia;"
, aloiimt-h, was TO years old, and a w-
j a'i led pioneer. ,
' ' ... , ,
1 I no t its county atia'ii inainH-tor onus
thai the ! ol hw.p in tbiMiortbeaateni j
! part of that county, out ol a
nine over;,,,,, lwiti
. lmi,io,j head, sh:u,iki,
! The aranile taken from the quarry re
cently ilim-ovored near Nnobominh City,
will miIiU equal to marble, and is taken
from the qnntry in iminenee slat weigh
Out of the handKonieat public build
inga in Waahiuglon, is the new city ball
at North Yakima. It ia a two-story
brick and occupies a sightly place near
A heavy water pie fell aixteen feet on
Jack iK'tnpaey, a workman, at San Anlo,
a few tluya ago, and hioke hi right leg
and a rmt and all Ihe lame in the back
of bis band.
The Newton Mining Company, of Ta
coma, bus laen IneoriKiraled w ith a cap
ital stock of 10,000, by William tl. tloaa
lyn, II. C. Newton, C. II. iHinniaon, II.
1.. Jenkins and I'. A. Thompson,
The Uogud river valley will maintain
its reputation as one of the lineal fruit
growing localities of Southern Oregon,
for, despite the frequent frosts of April
there, will be an abundant yield.
The extent to which mining is carried
on in the vicinity of l'aco ia not gener
ally known. Chinamen for some years
have worked along the Columbia river
bars during low water, with good reaulta.
lhirlng a thuiiderHtorm, which was
Homewbut violent on the lesChutes,
near K. Barnes' hurao ranch, in Crook
county, two marea, one of them Hie
prowity of J, I'. Moore, was struck by
lightning and killed.
Steps have been taken to organise a
World's Fair club, that the resources of
Vaca valley may bo prowrly exhibited.
Senator W. B. I'aiker, 1.. W. Buck, K.
It. Tburlver and other prominent fruit
men aio interested.
Kugene Kkogland, a Swedo !W years
old and n prominent dry giHMls dealer at
Tacoms, committed atticide with a revol
ver. Ho received a letter from a young
lady In the eaat jilting him, , Ho came
to 'i'acoma from tVatneka, 111,
I'l-eMton II, Matlock, who received In
juries in a runaway accident, at Colfax,
resulting in hia death thirty-six hours
later, was an old and highly respected
citisen of Whitman county. At the time
of Ids death he was 58 years old.
Cougars are too plentiful to lie pleas
ant in the vicinity of Ilwaco. Two la
dies wero followed nearly a mile by a
very largo cougar, on the Bear river
road, and a (lav- or two later one was
soon In the road between Ilwaco and the
While II. Brown, cashier at the Un
ion l'acillc dock at Astoria, was riding a
velocipede the tire 'came off. throwing
him to tlio ground, spraining his loll
wriBt and cutting a deep ganh in his
right leg. j llowuVer he is able to be
Evidence has lieen discovered that
Frank Athens, the old man supposed to
have perished in the snow in Crook
county last spring, was murdered. A
portion of his clothing was burned from
his body, one arm was broken and the
hand gone. His back also showed that
it had been Injured, There is no clue to
Ole Torgesea, native of Norway, aged
40, fell dead while working at his bench
in the Dayton furniture factory. He
loaves two daughters, whom be brought
from the old country about two years
ago, and for whom he had saved up
aboutf2f)00 in cash and notes. "
Some of the new feats 'of Darby, the
jumping wonder, are to stand on a brick
one loot high and jump over seven chairs,
a distance of 12ft. He jumped against
his record at four standing lumps with
weights the other dav, and heat it by a
yard. He wouldn't allow the judges
measure the jump. . . ,
IES, a copy of which vr
Probable Postponcmcnl of the Duluth
Regatta to Aug. 15.
JOHN TKKMKIi OPK.VN A SEW IIOTKL
i Baaa Ball,
Kaol Karlaff, Jawping
rler Jaikaon in eat ill at the Spring,
where be la likely to remain another
week, . , : :t .
Ja'k iteiniwey liaa left 1'ortland for
New York, He will return in alwut nix
Tha Roaton league team baa aipied
piti ber Frit ken, ol the New York ilack-ett-Carhart
It ia proimaed to nialrh Charley Tur
ner, of Ktoekton, and Joe KIlinitH worth
at the OeridunUl Club, in Han Franciaoo.
Joe Acton and Tom Cannon are to
wrealla before the Cilifomia Athlotic
Club in a few weeka for a purae of tlKJO.
At I'ittahuru. Pa., May 3, Kd Nikirk j
beat Abe hmith in a quarter-mile foot j
rat for a-iai aide. Nikirk won by 10
yania in 53 1 Mxmda.
Kd Ilanlan and Oeorm Iioatner at
leiided tli oainini, May 1, of John
Teemer'a hoti-l, at MeKewioit, at which
the loriner delivered an aililreaa.
Hie (ierman bieyrlo chainnion. Au
guat lhr, rerenlly httike hia arm iu a
lancy riding exlulution. U'lir came
over and won tha Knglisli t-tianipionahip
A welt contented two-mile atruight'
away eight-oared rare between the Har
vard Varsity crew and the 'Ut claaa crow
waa won by the former hy two length in
about li)m. Kilter.
Kdaard Ilanlan, the oarHtnan, think
Duluth regatta may be poatponed
from July 15 to Au. 15, in order to allow
IthaAuNtlaliana, a number of whom be
; nan mvileit, to compieie it.
"It ia not strength that ia required in
heavv battlnu. It I the knack ol two
inn the wrist and the swing of the body
i I Urry Brooks, tlie famous sprinter of
Yale, will prolialily wear the colore of
i the Berkeley A, C. this season. Brooks
i, ,1,. , i, ,ii.,.wi lm Mnvaar fur
.he , ,.hammonahij run in 1HH2
The well-known athletic trainer and
foot ball coach Frank F. Dole baa been
euuaged to train the Columbia College
learn for the Inter-collegiate meeting.
He will also have charge of the Berkeley
Athletic Club. "
Senator Stanford's stable, in charge of
Charles Marvin, and the Hu kok stable
ha arrived at Terre Haute, Ind., from
California. Suqva were made at Ogden
and Council Blull's, owing to a slight in
jury to one of the horses.
The Church of ttt. Augustine, Brook
lyn, offers a diamond badge to be voted
to the most popular baseball player in
Brooklyn. The badge contains sixteen
diamonds. The contest is practically
confined to John Ward and Will Terry.
John Cameron, an old man aged 75
years, living at the reaidence of his
daughter, Mrs. T. M. Smith, of Tacoma,
fell down stairs and broke hia leg. The
fracture was set, but the old gentleman
proved too weak to stand the shock and
died the next day.
The great rifle contest, for the cham
pionship of the State of I-oiiiniana, be
tween the Olympic, Arnoults, Kndeavor,
Fxiiectation, Southern and Claibourue
Kilie Clubs, commenced Sunday, May
4, at New Orleans, la, continuing
throughout the dav, and on each suc
ceeding Sunday until completed.
"Harry" Bethnne, the famous sprin
ter, has none to England to claim his
nhare of a fortune left by an uncle in
Scotland who recently died. Ueorge
Betliune, his brother, State geologist of
Washimiton. is also an heir. "Harry"
ss.vb that after receiving his inheritance
he will never race again. The estate
amounts to 175,000.
A 100-yard race for a purse of $1000
took place at Logansport, Ind., between
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H nfiriiuur giving mo iimim w vimi,
of Wisconsin, and a man named Jent, of
Marion. Ind.. but who is said to be (lib
bons, an English professional. St. Clair
won easily, time lOsec. 2000ehangod
hands on the result. Both men are sup
posed to be "ringers."
The Vienna Athletic Club claims to
hi ve the strongest man in the world as
one of its mem tiers, llerr Turk, at a
meeting lately, before a large circle of
sporting triendf, operated with a weight
ol lii6ii kilogrammes, equal to a little
more than Uati pounds. It was motioned
that an English Sporting journal recently
declared it imitossible for a man to raise
such a weight over his head.
A cablegram from London states that
Slavin, the Australian pugilist, had
challenged James J. Corbett to box un
der t he auspices of the Pelican Club of
lndoti for a purse of 1000 a side, with
1000 additional : contributed by the
club. When Corbett was shown the dis
patch be said to a Chronicle reporter,
''So Slavin wants a go with me, does he?
Well, that's a good ileal of money, but 1
cannot meet nun for one year. My con
tract with the Olympic Club Is such that
I can accept no challenge until one year
from now. So you see, that Bottles it."
Steve Brodie, the "Police Gasette"
aerial juniper, whose wonderful and dar
ing feats at jumping bridges and water
fulls has made his name famous, has
gone to England to display his wonder
ful fonts. Brodie holds the "Police Ga
xette" champion medal which was pre
dented to him by Bichard K. Fox as a
testimonial of his bravery. It is under
stood that Brodie, on hiJ arrival in Eng
land, will make an attempt to jump
from several of the highest bridges, and
will also try to imitate Fred Cartll's feat
of swimming tha English Channel from
Dover to Frana.
ill be presented FREE
Chicago Stock Yard Coopers Retail
COM'XBIA, TEXAS, UNDER WATER.
TbewUra Thaaas Marriea".-Biaaarek la
Newfiiimdlers demand the expulsion
of the French fishermen. -
The Maryland Masonic centenary waa
celebrated in Baltimore.
The Chicago stockyard cooper have
returned to work at the old scale.
Biahon Boraeas was buried at Kala-
masoo, Mich. The service were on a
gran I scale. .,.',. ;..;..
The annual conference of the Young
Men' Christian Workers ia in progress
at Nashville, Tenn.
Twenty thousand striker at Koubaix,
France, have resumed work.- The strike '
is pnu-tu-ally ended.
Columbia, Tex., with the exception of
one street, is under water, and railroad
traffic ia suspended.
People at Budapest are starving be
cause of the bakers' strike. The gov
ernment is implored to end it.
Assistant Post master-General Clarkson
has announced his intention of leaving
the postal service on July 1st,
Edward Crawforn, wanted in New
York for a $45,000 embeztlement, haa
been captured in Central America.
Reports received from the fruit belt of
Michigan, state that the coming peach
crop is practically a total wreck.
Probably BUman-k will visit Marquis
Londonderry in England upon invita
tion. Herbert Bismarck has gone to
England. .. ' '.
Sara Bernhardt is ill. In the prison
acene of "Jeanne V Arc" a splinter en
tered her knee and dangerous inflamma
tion set in.
The Vienna newspaper announce the
suspension of Hondus A Lang, bankers.
Asaets, o.utw.uuu norms; hbihiihwi,
7,IXK,000 florins. . .
For the first time In the history of
London the lord mayor will make an
official visit across the border Into Scot
land Thursday, June 19.
A contract was made by which tlio
United States government ordnance
works of Boston will be moved to East
Chattanooga, Tenn., at once.
President Carnot of France ha signed
a decree completing the organisation of
the general staff of the army and ap
pointing General Mirabil chief of staff.
Ennasror William's speech has pro
duced a laid impression at St. Peters
burg. It is regarded as having a war
like signidi-ance beneath the pacific pro
tests. ' : ' "
The weddine of Miss Rose Fay and
Theodore Thomas, the famous orchestra
leader took place in Chicago, air. anil
Mrs, Thomas will make their home in
Louis Martin, the priest unfrocked in
Wiaconain hecuiiaa he married, haa dis
appeared from MoTltreaI, where he has
lately been, and is believed to have gone
back to tlie cimrcn.
The Railway Presidents held a meet
ing in Chicago and accomplished little
or nothing, owing to the Northwestern
refusing to agree to toe propoeea pian km
a division of the trallic.
George Francis Train sailed from
London for New York on the Etruria,
Muv 11. expressing confidence in his
ability to complete his trip to Tacoma in
sixty or sixty-live days.
Miss Mattie Mitchell, the daughter of
Senator Mitchell of Oregon, haa tlie rep
utation in Paris of being tlie most beau
tiful American woman who has ever
been seen in that city..
Fifty-two anarchists have been arrest
ed at Barcelona, Spain. Documents
seized at their residences reveal plans
for destroying railways with dynamite
and for setting fire to factories.
A large quantity of war material has
been shipped to the Portuguese colony
Mossainedee, in Southern Africa, where
the Portuguese, supported by the na
tives, are having conflicts with nomads.
A syndicate connected with the straw
hoard U'ust is trying to secure control of
all the straw wrapping paper mills of the
country, and is said to have options on
seventy-one of the eighty-Uiree concerns.
Oliver W, Olson was killed at La
CrosBe, Wis., by a blow in the neck by
Bartender Dewey. Olson's refusal to
pav 40 cents for a round of drinks waa
the reason for the bartender striking
The New York World publishes a long
article nni'uortimi to contain an expose
of extensive frauds in the construction of
tlie new Croton aqueduct, lne worn:
left undone and charged for is Btated to
amount to $10,000,000.
The London Chronicle's Berlin corres
pondent says that Germany is not dis
posed to relax the prohibition of Amer
ican pork on tlie condition that the
United States agrees to a concession in,
regard to German imports.
Rev. Joseph king, for twenty-one
years nastor of the First Christian church
of Allegheny City, is dead. He was a
schoolmate ol Garfield in 1852-53, and
was elected president of Hiram College
in 1883, but declined to accept.
As a Lehigh Valley switch engine waa
drawing a train of freight cars into Buf
falo. N. Y.. tha engine exploded. Instantp
ly killing Engineer Pearl and Fireman
O'Connor. The force of the explosion
was terrific, being heard two miles
away. . . , -
The Iron Car Company, of Hunting- .
ton, Pa., assigned on May lOtb, owing
to inability to meet its matured paper.
Its liabilities are estimated at $150,000
or $200,000! assets. $250,000.. A large.,
numbei of men will be thrown out of