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AN INDEPENDENT PAPER DEVOTED ESPECIALLY TO THE INTERESTS OF POLK COUNTY.
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INDKPKXDEXClC POLK (OUNTV OUKfiOX, FRIDAY, JUNIUS. 1800.
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J. III. STOjCJCTO
IES, a copy of which w
Ib pleased to announce, that in connection with I his large stock of Goods
OF CHARGE to each Customer purchasing $40;00 worth of Goods from
THE WEST SIDE.
L f. f KXTLA.NB, .
krfl.irt i ih f.Hi r In lu4-puavo,
ttNtii a mwmiI elan waiivr.
rAVAHI.lt IN .I1ACK.
On Year . . . j nt
Si Month , ; ; . i,x
Tbto Month je
VUH not in advance 1 51)
It. en4a I. Iueil Hi Ih h4 !
tl.. lh 1 .4 I IMF WK, M Ib WUIlll
rlr, on ili Mtiu lin ul ih iia u4
alalia K.ft.4 wlUlai a plpulalhM t
im '). I ! arlwipal bHpOi imlBi h
Ik rauuly. whirh t a... ( tli ntnM
.,,ta autl ihirkl? MHiUun 4 lb Wlltaa
T ;la.tll tuerra.lu. rtrenlattaa h Wt
Sin W tulMUUi BahlM II tu h.ii ul Ih tw.l
ul A4trtlt Mwlioiu. . .
JOB PRINTING I
8-' III THI .j.
Latest and Best Styles,
4K it THI !
LOWEST h LIVING r KATES.
I.EE & BUTLKR.
Physicians & Surgaons. j
110.-" ' ' j
0. S. Examining Surgeons. j
om-. i .tt oi Miu st.,
IMm t.M'E.NCK, ... vHCdUN I
E. L. KKTCHUM.
Pltystcian and Surgeon, j
QIRra tl'lt. rit.l N.liun.l balk, i
isi.stnHKMX. ';; -' ohtooi. j
..... .... 1
DR. J. K. I.OCKK, I
Physician and Surgeon, j
Buena ViU. Oregon. !
J. E. DAVIDSON'. M. D. ,
Physician and Surgeon, j
D. 8. ZXAJUKINO 8UR0EOX,
DR. J. B. JOHNSON,
AO ork warranted to rive tlie beat
JOHN' J. -DALY,
Attoiney and Counselor at Law
!, : Mil! HI., 0pll. Cvurt llou...
PAlJ VI. POLK LOl NTT, OkKUOM
A. M. HURLEY,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Olieci Cor. Mala and Uvumouih St..,
pirst jsatior?al BapK
Pmaldant J. S. COOPM.
Vlee President, L. W. ROBBRTSON.
Caahl.r W. H. HAWLBV.
V, f. Thampmn, J. I. CPr,
X. W. ttokTtton, W. W. CoMnt,
B. W. WMUmhtr.
T,.aet. a i.n.ral banklnf bailsaM. Bay.
tad nil. xehaaf. 00 .11 lupartaat polnta.
bi p.i.11. rlTa Wt to ehtct or Jf
:aTtiiio apM". CUoUua mad.aaaU
l iU oa laToraola Wraw,
fynSfi hour.:! A. M. to 4 P, M.
I.ll't burglar prool la uoarad bf Tal
CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000.
H HinSCHBEBO, - Prldnt.
,JRAM NELSON, VIO 1-r.aio-n.
W. P. CONN AWAY, - Cahlr. ;
A ..aeral b.aklaf an4 ,,"" I?'1""
iriiilataa; teaa. mad.; bill, d wajUrl
ii .lataradlta ranll; 4po.lla ,ra',, !
tt! 4ul mjia,.t .ubjeot to oWk; (Dtar.ll paid
Jhua MoDanlal, H. H. Jaaparaon,
A J. Ooodman, H. Hlraohbaw.
Atirim Nilion, T J.fcM
I. A. Alltn.
jppera House Bloc
flic lifiil fcktc fo
Of Independence, Orogon.
Tmn.'t general Real Rotate llmlnea
buy mill sells Property, affect
lnimiii't mill (Incut gt'iivi 1
rrtif having- Land. fr milf will find
it to tllfir advantage to ...
LET TIIH IWEIITY!
With this Company. as they are dully
wilding lilt of Uiul ea.t, tluia plac
ing d.itble property btfoi the real
duu of the East,
J. W. KIRKLAND, niilenU S
G. V. SHINN, I
Hams, Sign & Ornamental!
faper llaiiint(, f.rmiiiiuc, I'rru'otiiK, !
Klc. I'aint kiuui upmite Juliuwu't
tbl, iiiilrpemicme, Uifguti.
J. It. COOPKIt, Proprietor, i
BUST BMANUH Of
IViefs, Lips uiul fp.
iQdpeijdeQQe, Ore$or;. j
M. BEAMER, I
IIAIiNKSS AND SADDLES.
. Ami t'caler hi
All kinih of Harness 4 Saddlery Goods. '
CBrriaf-e Trittimiitg tinil Repairing j
K. BUNCE, Mat.ngcr. i
In now pVepareil to ninVe any kinj j
of (.'asliiiK iu
BRASS OR IRON,
On sliort nolle-f. fx now at work
Bunce's Improved Grain Crustier
Acliiliiwtlarit lob llifhfrt raln rm.hrr la
mfini 4tniiigf.i.tH'a-.t aii.l miM duratilr
A Cull lftt at (he cla.. of work ilune at tht4 fiiuti
dry aill tr iulillliil iu litis paKr, Any (cmuii
in waul uf a
- PDRTAM.K AW MILL
Can h ii.p!iiil hrrr. Kfpitln ilun (brail
kin.l. uf inn. biiici. Maui .utet, luUtptuilrui.'..
E?OLr (aOUNiflY BAHI,
nt'oipoiated under the I,aw of Oregon.
D, T. STANLKY, lltA 0. POWELL,
Pol" . riiril b.nklur liinlneM. 8lht draft,
oil New Turk. Xmi Krnih'lini ami Funlaml for
hit ainiiiiiit. Kai'i'ivttft i1Mi.lt. tub)imt to
ntu'Ck ur mi itfrllll''li nf iji'ii.ipilt. Ciillmitlani
rwali. ,n.m.l atiriillnu imardeil tijr dvutil
cliruiiunirier V.lc Hum lurk,
Misl Add Jllilsotl.
JUDSON & WILLIAMS,
Multnn, t.rniih, Veal, Pork, Hm, Benn,
Cf.inl lici, 1'iu.iii) Kli', Poiiilr) .nil llama
la itratiiu. All Uiiniln ililirerd Ira. ol chart..
JasrJerson & Parker,
, , In drprtiileiire, Oregon.
Architects, Builders and Contractors,
Alw'!n llic'r Hftih anil Dnor rlni, and
will try ttnir lPl l' I'leie all, (illhrm
tridl ami be iviuvlui-.it dial Ihey r worthy ul
A. B. GRIGGS,
r Irvine, cutter. Choice meatl
! E. I:. Krengel,
-:- WAGON HKI'AIHIXG. :
Maiturai'Utrcr of the
Krcngel's Iron Fence.
Mr. Thomas Fennel, late of Chi
Ciigo, an experienced horse
ahocr, makes a sinxiiiUy
of that line.
Circular and Crosscut!
DON B UY
E. E. KRENGEL
. VM. JONB, I'ropi tetor.
Tli! Perry U now in operation, tint
prrprJ to transfer puariiger uiul
ou to or Ituiu the City.
It will pay persot)3 tuaotlQx
View of Polk County.
To cro tin Ferry ami ro to tlie
" top of rronpect Hill.
Elk ins & Co.,
PROI'RtKTOKS OF THK
City Truck and Transfer Co.
Hauling; of all Kinds Done at
fflill Feed, OaH, pel? 0 pir Uood
ItirCollcctioiis Made Montlily.-W
C Street, Independence, Or.
A. W. HOWELL. Prop.
l'lrat-rlrt"!! in every respect. Special
attention given tiunnient cinttoinera. A
ample fooin for commercial traveler..
Mitchell & Bokannon,
;. Miiiinfiii'tiirrt'a of !
SASH & DOORS.
SCROLL SOWING AND
Main Street, Independence, Oregon
J. H. ALEXANDER.
Drugs and Medicines,
BEUNA VISTA, Oil.
Ttaving pnr lmi'd tlte atock of Drug,
formerly owned liy I.. W. Roliertaon, I
am prepared to meet hII tlie olii citnto
men, and many mine new mien, fair
tnd courleou. Ui-aUneut to all,
GEO. E. BR LY,
AM) GRAIN BR0KLR.
IrruflpendGrice, - Oregon.
If RANK BUTI.KR,
CCUljlTY SURVEYOR & LEVELEfl.
K.tiuuite uf n'l Cuusti-iicllve work nudr and
Altemla Weitnrmla nnd Thuimluy In Coiiuty
.'oiirt wuck al Dull., Oregon,
Addrena, Dallua, Polk Co., Or.
he has secured a supply
his store for CASH.
TO . .
jOmalia, Kansas City, 0)icao,
ST PAUL. ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINT
East; North & Siitli,ri
tut 'oritur artliiular. luqulre ul nj aiil
ul VMin.r ur 1
A. L, MAXWELL.
(J. I' A I A.
C. J. SMITH. !
I iliiral Miiar I
j I'ml.aiiJ. j
I GKEAT UVEKLAND KoItITT j
I Northern Pacific R.R.i
S Ti HAHTTKAl.N DAILY!
I NO CIIANUK oV CAKh! :
i SIIOKTlrUNETO CHICAGO j
I Ami all toiuU tteat. vi
Bt Paul and MinneapoliB.
i The Northern Pacific Railroad;
la Ih only tin lui.nliiK
ttocond-Clliaa tilonpor Un ol thaigt t
Lunurlou. u.y ko.cn.i,
Pullman Palaoo bloainnw Car,
I Patau DmtiiM Cars tmraU u i
j From Porllrtnd to the East. !
i Sa that votir ticket. rd via thai
! N01 thurri Pauldo H. H. and nvolii
i chanua of tiara.
I f.v l)Hlmi .1 ... A M ami 40 t il
to ill arrtv at VliiiHini.lu ut M
l'u l t
! I'. XI
I Paolflc Oiwlalon. -Train. kmt l'niiaul
: O iti rtail) al ii , A M ami a I M , at
l n l Nr TaiLlna al J lo t M ami 4 " A M ,
' nnnn1ifiirilHCijtti,Miny ahuata I.ji tl i..iul
.,11 l u.tt mraiMl A II CIIAHl.TDN,
A..I t.rll I l u A.HII, Nu l.i, l
Dapot, Cor. Flrat and O etreeta.
YAQllN'A BAY KOUTH.
Oregon Pacific Railroad
Oregon Development Co.'a Steamers.
Short Line to California.
Freight and Fares the Lowest
pTKAMMH aAll.INIl liATKH.
lllami-lt Valley, April.
raoM .am rKANCiacu.
Wlllamrtl Vatlry, March, 10, i, .
Th. eonipany ra.rrv the ilglil lo clittiie Mil
.ii iliilca wilhuut nutite.
Tralii cunnret with Ih A P H. H. ami rlwr
IhmI. at CurvalHii antl Albany.
Tint Oregon t'ttcilU; htt'iiinlMuilH on tin
Williiinetto Klver Hiviaiuii will leiw
PortlHlid, wMitlilKiiniil, Monday, Vcditi'
day and Friday Hi Ha. in. Arrive at
CorvHllinTm'Kiliiy, TlitirHilay and Kiitnr
tiny ut 8:.H0 p.' in. l.ouv Corvilllin,
northtioniid, fi)tnluy, Wedtuwdiiy nnd
Friday at 8 a. in. Arrive at I'orllund
I'ui'miiiv, Tliiiraduy and Kulurdiiv at 3 :3I
p. in 'On Motnliiy, Wedm-Hilny and
Friday la.tli north and noutli bound
IxiHtH "lie over nigbt at IniIimii, Kviiii
there ut (I a. in.
C. 11. Howell, Jr., C. C. Ilogue,
('.en. V II P. Al. O. I Co. Act. tl. P. P. A.
u MunlKomrry hi., f -
8ml PianclMW Corvalli., Orig.ill
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Southern Pacific Company's
The Mount Shasta Route!
Portland and San Francisco
California Kxjimia Train rum Dully
IicIwmu I'orilHnil mid ftuli I'lllUCIII.'U.
im v". m. I Lv. Portland
S.iSp. m. I.v. Albany
im . ut, Ar. Han Pranclsco
6 a. 111,
7:110 p. ra.
Local l'aahenijer Daily, except hunday.
Leave. I Arrive.
Portland . . ., 8:00 A. M. 1 ltiiffeue r.a P. JJ
liiignie ., , 900 A. M. I Portland.... 3 4S '
Full man Buffet Sleepers.'
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS.
Por nccoiiiinodiitluii of ramt Clnas passell
crsatuichnllu rapress trains,
The S, P. Co.'a Firry iiinkua connection with
all the rriiulnr train, oil the Mast Hide Division
Iroui foot of P. Htiwt.
Bet, Portland and Corvallls.
Mail Traiti Daily, except Sunday. ; .
I.BAva. I AHKIVB.
Portland ... ,7;jo A. M. Iude,deiice.,ii:a A. M.
iide linc..ii:af, A. M. Coivullia . uuj P. JJ.
Corvallla .. .l.nn ,P. M. Inde'dence . 3:.o P. M"
Indedeiic....a:3i P. M, Portland .. :ao P. M"
At Altinny and Corvalli. eoiiaecl wllli trains of
Oregon Pacllic H. K
Express Train Dally, Except Sunday.
"""" Lbavii, I ; Aaaiva. '
Portland .... 4:90 P. M. McMlnnvllle (sop P. I.
McMliinvlll 5:4.1 A. M, I Portland 9A-
Through Tickets to all Point
South and East
City office, No, im, Comer Plrst .net Alder t
Depot oflk., Corner V and I'rout at.., I'ortl.ud
R, KORHLBR, B r. ROOHR8
Manager At it O F.lk P. Agt
of WEBSTER'S UNA
Call and see the Goods
F. J MORRIS, Prop.
Fine Wines, Liquors
MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY.
Wlu'teakor Drick, Indeptndvnct.
(Kiiiuu.i bx Ntioi utwuy.)
I'upiliil : Um : M !
Of flAt.ltM, OHKOON,
CAPITAL, PAIO UP. $5o,ooooa.
. I .WALLACE. W, W. MAItriN.
Piaalilfut. Vie PriilaL
I. II, At.UKKT, Cublar,
T Parmer, sa wheat tnd nlbar norrbantabl.
j pftatuo. n.i.nMl la .. lBrlu prlrila
; $ rauwr ur abit. warvbiMi,
j I'raiudeava 4'iHI n Yivk. Chlea.n,
1 n ftifm. rnniaait 1vadna, Part, abulia
, Uiu ku4 and OmmiH.
Tlionjjli he win n rltl.cii of the world,
and a uniunitUi'd Anii'dean, hit Inter
et In liia niitlve luml never eeai-eili lu
iIimmI hi. iilli'ctlim (or It tnct'i'uii'd a he
iti iinoi'd iu )enm. Vet he unver via
it ml Swedi'ti alter hi. depariiire from
homo In IH'.'G, .Jiji Seribntr'i .tti.;iunie.
He did proixtitu in the hitter part
of liia I if" to tvlin'il thithur, and da
ehired that he would railicr li under
a mound of gravel In Sweden when he
u nii (lend tliHti UiuiMilh I Im tallest mon
limnitt tlmt could lie eroeled on Amnrl
can anil, lie la'canm luteieatiid, how
ever, in Ida aludv ol l.ir hv.it and the
develomiieut of liinHiiu iiiolor, nnd win
uot willing to lritnfur liiintolf o a
irion i little nd.iptud lo aneh altldlxa
A the hljll laliludea of Swedou. He
iicrdud, aa he explained, to bn near the
vertieal my. of lite nun. "New York
York is certainly nut vertieal undur
the .mi, but the ruj.iii uiidtiuiiuir In
eilne only eevetitt-eii decree, and pfo
eluee a lii'at acniouly two degree Km
Iliiitt In the tropica, tliti) Huftielout for
AMiou Ki-li'oti ohtiilned a iioaltloa
necuring; to hi in u iiicomn ttiiii'li In ex
ecus of his inodcHl neeiU, which wn.
not until after ho hud reaehud hit
sixtieth year, he was ootislnutlv mak
ing j;lft' to .Sweden and to Sweden.
TIihiu appciir to huve attnteted little
or no tiiiuutinii iu this country, but
they Imve ndded a fueling of Hlfcctlou
to the pride with which hU country
men i-itiiipiuher It i ut. Au anclimt minor
aent word, through one. of Krlcuwiu't
ciiiTe.HpoudniiU, that he had known
John in Ida youth; lmimdlutol,y a draft
win aiiit to miichiiMii a Imndsoine
wiiteh for the old go.lj, and one of
Ida inighliiu-!i, "the man with the
leatheru apron," was subsequently
found to have noma vii,'iie reeol lection.
In the aumo line, he received 160
crown to "buy hlui a coat,"
When famine pinched the Xorrlatid
era in 1867, and I'tillcctuciiona for their
relief were taken lip In various coun
tries, the total contributions from the
United States nuiounted to 20,316
Kwedlxti crowns. Of this sum Et'lusnon
gave '20. '116 crowns, nnd a luhsuriptiou
of 100 ci owns from the Swedish minis
ter completed tlto total.
Mlae Wannmakor's Million.
Who enn oompnie Misa Minnie Wan
amitkcr' foftttuuP "Two million dol
lars." one invx. "Double llmt," ayi
another. "A full fli.OOO.OOO by the
time, film will Inherit it," says a third.
There aro four olilldron iu the Wan
gmakor's family, two sons and two
(liuiiitM'K, nnd they can wlm In tuou
ev in any dlrectltm, unyn a Washington
ciitTeKpondeut of the I'hilndulphla
trail. Miss Watinniaker is ao pretty
that alio would he a 'catch' If she Inula t
a cunt, but the possession of ao miioli
gold iiiakus her the most Interesting
L'irl of the season, fur she la newer tliau
Miss Loiter and almost as lovely.
She knows a thing; or two about
.money, and Is sincere enough to reoog
ni.e sincerity In others, The fortune
hunter who follows her will be unwise.
For over a year slid has been learulujf
how to take o.iro of money. Hev fa
ther gives her nit allowance, and alio
bins nil that shu wears.
No one question Miss. Wanamnker
about her spending, and eveu if she
overilraw considerably 011 her bank
account It only brings a laujrltlnjf criti
cism from her fal her. But what girl
does not overt! raw F
They tell me that many of them (Ml
an allowance of from la, 000 to 110,000
per year, and the only girl iu Washing
toil who has not overdrawn hers is
Miss Florence VVlndoin, Of course she
does not got that much, as the secre
tary of tlie treasury Is not a very
wealthy man, but whatever Miss Flor
eiiuo gets shu iiaiiii) homo after a shop
ping lour Iu New York a short time
ago with cunts In her purse,.
Couldn't llronk the Set.
A little boy of live went with hli
mother to make a call. The lady of the
house, who was very fond of children,!
told hi in she Intended to ask his mother
to let her have liiin. "Don't you think
that your mother would let. me buy
youP'" sho asked. ".No," he said, "you
haven't got money enough." "How
much would It taker"' she asked.
"Thi'oo hundred dollars," ho answered
promptly, "and you haven't got that
much." "I think I could minings It,"
sho said; "If I can, will you come to
meP" "No," lie said, with decision,
"mamma wouldn't sell me, anyhow.
'There are live of us, and mamma
wouldu't like to break the set.'
STORTIaVO xqto "
Riley, the Winner' of the Kentucky
UIXCAX C. IKISS VS. FOOTPADS.
The Sixth AbriiI Pleoa Nhaol f lb
The Avondale liable von 13,(107 at
Terr Cotta, lb groat race borae, I.
broken down. ,
HI, M. Morae baa Uwn elm-tod aec re
in ry of the National Trotting Aaaoelation.
Ten-mile trolling race are like lonu-
dialaiii runnlnii race on the turfael-
The Montana Circuit entrie are alxty
t Anaconda, ilmy-fottr at !eer hxlge
ami ixtyix at ituite.
The New York Jockey Club oiwned
Ibeir aprlng meeting May SO, on the tin
cat raie eoorae In Ametica.
atTlie FiiiiMror of Norfolk will never run
ag tin. When be did airt the ilk be
waa a sprinter and no mistake.
A consignment of 100 Shetland poniet
arrived In New York recently. One waa
;jl Incbea high and weighed IM) pounds,
The bill to legalise betting on New Jer
sey race trucks was just what aaa wanted
10 settle many argiinienla and discus
I! I ue lU-lle, the American tioller, won
the lirand I'rixe of tt.O KI florin at Vi
enna, on May 10. Illue lie lie trotted Die
mile Iu 2 :Vtl.'
Captain Itrewcr, the champion trap
alnii ol the w in Id la in ran Franclaco.
He will probably ahoot several matche
iu that city.
The Fort land, Me., Yacht Club has
Indgimil ibe bill now More Congrea
"to provide anna and equipments lor a
John Twiner, alio t one time held
Ibe "I'olice tiaiette" cliaiiiiiou dial
Iriige row im cup, has oiancd a hotel al
Jack Ih'inpaoy ia living at Portland,
tlreaoii. lie will remain 111 that city un
til the U Klancbe and Mitchell match ia
decided on June 17.
The Chicago stable of rarer won the
money of the Nashville apring meeting.
The hoiw I tin t ran under their colors
MMioied in n,4' k).
The S.lliy Live Hird championship
medal aaa won in Oakland, Cat., May
17, by I'. H. Smith, alio succeeded in
killing 37 birds out of a possible 40.
Mack Knight, by Hindoo IWklet,
recently ran 5 furlong in a trial at Nash
ville in an even minute. Klack Knight
is owned by Mctiulgan, and ia a sprinter,
The liXbyard foot-race for $5(Ki, be
tween Hurry Campbell, of i'ittaton, Pa.,
and Cieorge riickler, of Towanda, was
. ..! Uilb,.ul... 1... .... M.... Ill
1 1111 n. . . n., wii
Campbell won easily In 10 seconds.
Secretary King, of the Charter Oak
I'aik, Hartford, Conn., not 1 lie Fox's
Weekly thai 'here are 111 eniries for the
10,0i 0 ixilt race lor foala of 1HW1, to be
trotted for at Hartford, Conn., in 1892.
Advice, from Sldllev stute that Don-
can C. Hons, the champion athlete, was
attacked tiy loot nans or ousiimen, in
Anatrulia. Tliev kiHsked him down.
but be got up and whiped all three,
knocking one 01 tlie Diisiimen eyes out
with a born-baadled stick.
The great pigeon shooting natch be
tween tleuige C. beck, of IndianaM)lis,
who holds the mitional championship,
and Fred Krb, of Lafuyetlo, Ind., the ex
champion, was decided at Indianapolis,
Ind., on May U. Iteck won, killing 44
out of 00. Crb knocked down 43. It
was a close shave for the champion.
Hugh Leonard defeated Peter Schu
macher, ol ran Francisco iu a wrestling
match for a purse of foOO, at Kiitl'alo,
N, V., on May 12. The conditions were
Urwc.o-Homau, best two in three falls.
Leonard won the llrst fall in 20 minutes
9 seconds j (Schumacher took tlie second
in t) minutes 13 seconds, Leonard won
the third full and the match in 30 min
utes 20 second.
I'rof. Geo. Whistler, the champion
trick swimmer of Australia, came near
losing his life at the Golden (Juto, Han
I'runcisco. lie was giving an exhibi
tion in Ida Koviiton suit, and while
jumping from a steamboat into the wa
ter tore a hole lit Ills suit, and 111 spite 01
his ellorts be was carried out to sea.
Several steamers passed him, but not
withstanding bis signals of ilistreBS, paid
no attention lo hiin. Just about the
time be supposed he was going to fur
nish a meul for the sharks a coaster dis
covered him, hove to and rescued him.
The. first of the great turf events of
I8(i0, the Kentucky Derby, waa inn at
Louisville, Ky., on May 14. About
12,000 spectators were present to w itness
1 he race. Hobespierre, who was the fa
vorite just before the race, had Ida jockey
changed. Francis being substituted for
Kiluy. The little jockey was unable to
control bis horse, and it was a light
throughout, in which Hobespierre would 1
. . 1 ... 1 1. 1 .1 1. . I. . . .. 1
tie saweii uown aim neiu oaca lor a tew
leaps, only to take the bit and run to the
front ut a pace that was killing to him.
Kiluy won it because he was a long way
the best horse started. None of the
other live could touch him on that mud
dy track, and It is doubtful if Hill
Letcher, who alone proved to be in the
same class, could have pushed the great
son of Longfellow even over a dry track,
All talk of liiley being out of conditioe
was nonsense, He was never more lit.
Clean of limb, sound and strong, there
was no sign of cough or other indisposi
tion. Ilia eye was clear and bright and
he looked the winner. Then there was
Isaac Murphy' riding, Die occasion
required a jockey who could keep his
horse in bund, Murphy did this admir
ably. Tim of raw, 2 ;46 ; distance, mile
and r half,
Henry Villard'H Investments In Mil
Ml ltHKIlS 1118 TWO LITTI.F. CIIII.DIIKS.
Caclisk Kyidlralei Bnjinf; ip llur Flour
Hlxty-eight election olllcer have lieen
Indicted for conspiracy at Jersey Oily,
Henry Villard buy the Milwaukee
treet car line and elect) lc light plant,
Tlie I'aelhY Mail muke a deal with
the (ireat Northern and Canadian I'a
cillc. Over 70 pei cent of the citizen of Chi
cago are foreign born or of foreign paren
He nor Hilra f'orlo, an African explorer
of lillv year' exerleiice, baa committed
Qoeliec' premier aya a royal com
miaaion shall sift the acandala atiotit his
AfireatCbria Mueller' aaw mill at
Davenport, Iowa, destroyed f70,(K0
worth of lumber; insured.
An Kniilisb syndicate otfera lo fuiv the
twentv-one flouring mills controlled by
j the North Dakota Milling aeaociation.
The Hank of Middle Tennessee ha
made au assignment, Liabilities, 1(V,
OKI; assets lictwecn i0,l00 and 170,0 H).-
The timlajr laliorer on the Liveritoul
docks have struck for an advance of lid
per day in their wage. The strike may
Uiebaril friil er the et-lemler of Tam-
manv Mall, baa started from (iermaiiy
for N'ew York to fat-e the senate com
mittee. Al the I .on iie Pointe, Que., inquest
Ibe nuns produced a list of lift' nix in
matt w ho jierished in the insane asy
J The Vatican baa iiistru"td the Catho
lic bishops of Canada lo endeavor lo h-n-
: sen the antagonism between the F.nglish
j and French.
! The celebrated Killings murder case
I waa argued in the Iowa supreme court.
I It is not expected that a decision will le
rendered this term.
Miners In the Clarion and Ueynolds
; (Pa.) district have decided to strike for
! the Columbus scale of t5 cents. A long
I struggle is expected,
Abram liogardus, superintendent of
! mails at Rochester, N. Y., has been sen
j Icnced to three years in the ienitenthiry
for piulM-xxling letters.
A bill establishing Indian schools Iu
Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, South
' Dakota and Montana will be reported ta
: vorably to the house.
n iiniuiii v.. ..cu-i,ii.,itt.,v wi i ic .
it Sons, of New York show liabilities of
11,113(1,734; nominal assets, fl.ftia.OOO;
actual assets, 140,124.
The reports from San Antonio of a rev
olutionary movement in Coahuila, Mex.,
beaded by Gov, Garza Galan, against
President Dias are unfounded,
The National Association of Christian
Scientists baa beun ita annual conven
tion in New York. Over 1,200 delegates
Kcliffthilefl of tbft iifljiiirtiiiipnt of Sidtan
I from all parts of the country are present.
The judge in the Marion'coimty (Fla.)
election fraud cases has reserved a de
cision until December, This is regarded
as a practical victory.for the defendants.
The president send a message to con
gress submitting for consideration the
recommendation of the Pan-American
conference of an Inter-national American
The wife of the shah of Persia, w ho
has been under medical treatment at Vi
enna for some time, has had her sight
fully restored, and has none back to lier
The American Medical association at
Nashville, Tenn., elected Dr. W. T.
Uriggs of that city president, and se
lected Washington as the next place of
A limited passenger train on the Al
ton was mil into by a freight near Kan
sas City. Mrs. Mary Morris, of Mil
waukee was one of the three persons
The Brussels miners' congress has
unanimously adopted a resolution in fa-!
vor of a working day of eight hours, in- j
eluding time occupied in ascending and j
descending the pits, j
In the InveHtlaation of the Jessup trag
edy at Savannah, Ga., the coroner's jury j
declared the killing of Mrs. Littlefleld to
bo murder, and the killing of McCall j
At Hagen, Westphalia, a widower
named ScTmlts deliberately drowned bis
two little children in the river Volme
and committed suicide by jumping into
the stream when they had disappeared,
Ry a lucky discovery at the Ohio
state prison the escape of five desperate
convicts from that institution was pie-
vented just as It was about to he accom
plished, Tliev had dug a tunnel under
Chicago police are on the limit again
for "J. B. Stmonds," the man who
bought the furniture for the Carlson cot
tage, which Dr. ('ron in was murdered in.
"Snnonds" has been seen on the street
It is stated that Chancellor Von Capri
vl Intends to submit a measure to the
reichstag imposing a tax upon all Ger
mans who are ineligible for service in
the army and upon all German citusens
who are abroad.
The expedition of the cutter McLane
up the Suawanee river, in search of the
missing ftlayor Cottroll ol Cedar Keys
Fla.. has been abandoned. The ac.
counts of the affair at Cedar Key were
ill "be presented FREE
' CO-AST NEWS.
Linn County, Near Albany, to Have
a German Colour.
THE FATE OK A PROHIBITIONIST.
English Hop dealer Haying an4 Slilppiag
Direct to Enslaad.
California it now supplying- the Port
land market with lf.
Crnn nmamurfa In VV..1I. XCIL ,.ll..
are said to bt better than ever before.
Five member of a family In Canada
have died from eating wild parsnip roots.
About Fresno. CaL. a small beetle ha
appeared in tin vineyards, necessitating
the bug-picking process.
Citizen of Lewis county are twlitioti-
liie the county court to build a bridk-e
across the Cowliu river at Toledo.
A new warehouse will be erected at
Wheatland, to cost fHWki, replacing the
one carried away by the flood last spring.
The NmnfxilJt river and it tributaries
are said to I almost gorged with the
carcasses of stork which perished last
English bop-dealers are now on a vis
iting tour of all the coat hop-lields, ar
ranging when they ran to ship the com
ing product direct to F.nglish market.
It is claimed that iu Sacramento val
ley, whe'e orchards and meadow lands
have been submerged, flab have devoured
not only the grass but many of the young
Myrtle Toint is steering for a loom.
About two hundred acres are being
platted as additions lo the town, and ev
erybody is confident of a big boom for
Over 100 head of animals have been
'lulled from W. 8. Ladd sherd of Jerseys,
owing to the development of disease
among them, Introduced through cows
brought from California. Many other
are in quarantine. .
During the month of May over 800
Iiol's have been shipped to Tauoma, from
di tit-rent points in the Willamette valley
and Southern Orrgou, by a Salem firm
which will soon begin supplying mutton
sheep to that portion ol Washington.
Great excitement prevails in the
Cu-ur d'Alene mining district over a re
cent gold discovery. A tramp walked
into the gulch, made the discovery and
sob! out on the following Friday for '
$20,000. Samples of ore assay $25,M to
A prohibition advocate named Osborne
Con gv I ton. was sat upon, badly beaten,
shot and thrown into the bay at Oak
laud, Cal., the evening of May 80, by un
known parties. He bail lieen warned to
cease talking against the use of ardent
Genesee cittiens are circulating e
tit ion for the vailing of a special election
for the purpose of voting to bond the
town for $10,000, said amount to be used
for the puriKtse of digging one or more
artesian well to obtain water for tire
protection and for other public improve
The boiler and plant for the new saw
mill at Saginaw, on the Nehalem, has
been purchased and will be taken to Til
amook by tlie steamer Louts Clsen on
her next'trin. The millsite has been se
lected and tlie work will commence on
the erection of a stone building and hotel
General Bidwell, of Chico, Cal., has
made a sale of the entire season's crop of
fruit from his K audio Chico orchards of
1,250 acres, and vineyard of 200 acres,
which will amount to about 6,000,000
pounds. Marysville and Yuba City will
can a greater portion, and the what re
mains will be dried at Chico.
Rev. John Hogan, a German preachor,
has been traveling for some time over
diilbrent portions of the Pacillc coast, se
lecting a location for a colony of Ger
mans, wbo will arrive at Castle Garden,
N. Y . about the tirst of next month, has
picked out a large tract of land in Linn
county, near Albany, for his colony.
Robert Elmian, late assistant door
keeper of the state house of representa
tives, iias been compelled to hand in his
resignation to the Seattle authorities as
city detective for complicity in aiding the
gamblers of that city to evade the po
lice. Khmau is the man that assaulted
Representative Brown, of Spokane coun
ty, in the closing days of the session.
Tlte people of Port Angeles subscribed
$1500 for a "write up" of one page in
the New York Suit, The article has ap
peared in cold type, and the subscribets
are dissatisfied with it. The Times of
that city says the article fails to Bpeak
deilnitelv oi the coal mines near there.
throws doubt over the local railroad pro
ject, "and wanders astray into every
ncid and nook ot the new state ol Wash
ington without expressing anv decided
confidence in the city of Port Angeles."
Dr. A.S. Haley, while on his return
front Watervilte to Lake Chelan, lost his
way near the breaks of the Columbia,
and in the darkness his horse stumbled
throwing him to the ground, the horse
falling upon and bruising him badly.
He managed to work his way down to
the ferry and was taken home by his
friends. lie is slowly recovering.
James ltouudtree, the Snohomish
blacksmith, who disappeared quite mys
teriously a tow days ago, has not yet
turned up, and it is thought that iii a
slate of intoxication the old man has
fallen into the Pillcbuck or committed
suicide, as he was very despondent, hav
ing tried many tunes to quit the use or
intoxicating liquors without success.
The work on the new wing at the in
sane asylum is about completed. It can
not be occupied at once as it lias not yet
been furnished. The asylum now fur
nishes treatment for 020 patients, which
is the largest number ever confined
there. The wards are now all crowded
and the immediate furnishing of the new
wing is a necessity that will no doubt be
met by the board "of asylum commission-
rs at an early day,