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MISS OEOIHJIA KlMOH,
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ratal trail IM fruiwl; tftanalu rwlf4 aa
tmi ieniinl hiUIm, to ttiteki lunrt-t m!4
a urn doHMiu.
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tL S. WALLACE, W. W. MARTIN,
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rodaee. aaJirad or to ehir. either la ptltait
ITmurlee ot puMIe rehonMa.
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lea rvewalene. PnUwd, Londoa, Peria, Deilla,
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i.l .l,.i..li. Im ile, bill illn'ounlwl.
el lis- bought eiul tulil, luuirait paid on time
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or tlirniigli youthful luillm'riitlon, ovor Imlulr
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now, llfurliiii down pain In the Hack, Hunilunt
Wiakiicn, llynlurlA.Nnivmn Hrontratlim Niicfiim
el Hinlmlom. Iiicorrli'fa, l)l.zlnww, Wi'nk Mciri
ory, liwiol I'nwerand InijioUVncy, which If lie-
f'leuted ofli'U I'.'ncl to premalnre old ntrcimil lnB il
ly. Price 11.00 a box, 6 boxen lor $.'i.v0 Uont u
niall on rfclpt ol price.
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order, to rolimd (lie moiiHy If a I'orniaiien.
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Your attention 1m culled to the fine
line of pitriwols and iirabrellua, for mi
by J. L. Stockton. The line In Bilk Ih
THK DKIIKIION Or INIIKIITKIINKM,
iNliKI'KNUHNtH, lOV. Ittll, lk),
To fi K.litort
ltttwiiia by llio rt-ply of tlm Wwr
Hihk to my ttrtl?tu of NuvimiiIkt 7ili
Hint nil of tlio tulviM'ttltw of llio Imlt'lit
illit'iwolittay lutilir tnx IllW ulv t'lmrtfi'il
with foiiiiffo (heir .WKiimi'iit upon thu
u'wiiiiipiloii thtt all nit'ii ititt lioiiwl.
Tim wry fitt't Unit wc art? iluw tuimbut-
tlnt; tl-o Idi'ii Unit KroiiN ahoiild In
(iiiihIIim1 to my tiui'a on projairiy thty
ilo not own, ami Unit pomoua ahoitld
ti t'xi'iupt truin tlio Miyiiit'iit of Inxce
i " )u pniiwrly thoy tin own, laaiillloltint
if tvinvlmv auy oiih (or uuuht lo U)
mnl wo do uot holltwu In llio unlvonutl
hoiittity of iiiunkliiil,
Tim itrguiiiont aKiilnat tlit Imlt'lilt'd
itiwa t'litiiMi In our tux luw 1 only I alf of
tli urtfiiiiuMiU It la a initoilmm fuut
tli'nt tlit vtry uii'ii who art! loinltwl lu
tholr tliHiiinrlHttoita of tlio liuMitmtmwe
cIiiiim art) nli iimkhitf nu uiitMinpro
nilaliiK wnrfuru upon tlio iiiihIkuko tnx
luw, kuowltiK Unit tluMiiiti I m) th'ptnia
ut uptitt the oihor Hint tin rtM iil of
ono iiiiviiia tlio ovoillirow tit llio
It la nduilttoil in tho Wk-iT HlDK thut
if a iiiiiii ootilil buy a tract of lutid for
tliKKi and uty l.im down and glv a
niortiiKv for thw bnlnint)- pm, II would
ooriNliily wviii that lit) alioiild my only
on tho .imi, and III limn lioltlliig the
inoitKni Uly tlio Imliuiiiv Wa art atir
prlaod at tlio adiillmlou, for tho Inataiio
citnl U nut an Ixoltitml citms but, on llio
ooulntry, bualuom trniiuotloii of tbl
kind may bo euuuivruiod by llio bun
droda or IhuuaiiiiiU,
Thtt wrlloratill further i-xplulua tlml
tho html bouitht for f ItNHt, ttiNloitil of
U'ltijf Uixitl at f UK, ltet true vnluo, la
tax ml at only ftim, und tho ownor, by
laklliK out bla Itidoblt'dnt'Nt t'lvntiil by
the iiioriKUtt", wiihh nut only llio tnx
upon tlio JUKI, hla luterotit In auld prop
orly, but ho hIwi twcaMn tnxitlion Uhhi
ftuti worth of bia ollior pn.iK-rly. It l
vviilunt Iht'i-o la a ron aoitiowlioro,
ami It bottiim-a umNury to find mil
whore tlio wmiik la lu ordortopriwrlla'
llio Kinotly. It I a et-lf-ovldftil fttt't
tin) w rnjt diatt not ctMinUt In taxing
tho Iniiil ut lU Oio.li vuluo, but wllli tho
Aaxowtur, and no ohooUi; fur whoti tht
htiii amcMwd (,'lvw In tho true amount
ut land on mil by Itliu, hla duty la com-
plolo - lit! hua inthlti lo any about lla
Tho fithiri of all liiinl uudoraltttuU'
luw uiuat bo iK'loriiilniHl by.tho AHMir
nlld until ho la oulliH'llod ludu hla duly,
ami hie whole duly, we iiuty oxiuh'I a
roM'tilluii of J tut atit'h t'irt'uiimtiiuiva im
loliK aa one inweaninoiit nKiitiU mint her.
Aa Umg m tho AaM-mura of tlio Hl.ilo
04111 w llb Impunity aaavaa real otitto at
iiuivhalf of lla IntritiHln value, bank
xtiM'k at forty otmta ou tho dolUr that
would m'll for a prt'inlutil, and a atia k
)f niorohlllldiM) III $oil0 lllilt CU"t JllMHI,
at wholcMitle; im long aa primvly
uiiiDxloiia und ii wily tlwolliiiira are
tiNhttttsI ut n uioro iioinluitl vuluo, and
money, note, ami ntvoiiuta racnpp lux-
atluu by tho million, we need luok fur
no remedy. Thorn la city proH'riy In
Porilitml taxed fill ier aero Hint would
nell fur $ "iiio per acre under the Imnrner,
nod thia la truu to a limited extent of
every prooroiiit towu In I bit Hlnlt.
The lltt alep Unit la neeewinry to a
more complete itwawmient and oipinhu
Hon of tho tux, la-llrat Ui find the prui-
erly, nud then iuw It ni lu true vuluo;
hut thia eiuinot be aeeumpliiliLM by
.Imply Htrikliitf out the liidoltttHliiewt
clniiao. The InilrliletliioHH eliiuw lu our
lux hiw iul(rlit be ropeuli'd, and thou
inure tliitn oiio-tliird of the property
nf the Slnto own pi' titxiitluu under the
prtwiit liawe ayalom of ivMiKiinent .
There vvem iittitekit uiiiile upon the
iiiiirHiinc tux law Iiiiik before I here wan
liny well delliied ojipiMitloii tu the hi
IcIilc.liH'-M elitilm', liut aa the puuple did
not iVHpuiiil tu the iliHlreaoi llie money
lemler.-i mill tteO'ipt their m iney, nulea
und in irlirujfeH from taxation, then,
their next atop wuh to luuke an uttuek
upon Mm ludobtednoHs eluuan; knowing
the repeal of thla uluu.ie would uliiimt
liiMluiilly bu followed by the overthrow,
liiRoiue milliner, of the m irtgue tnx
luw, for nu In c-jiilil lung cxImI thut
would rc-iii tt lu the dou lie taxation of
the Mini! iiroperty.
There Ih nothing that the hum of tie
land wulehea with a more .euloim eye
than mi ell'ort upon the part of the Login
Int ii re tu ileati'oy the uniruriiilty und
e nullat Ion of tu x ut ion.
Thet Joimtltutlonof the United .Suite
lu wetloii eiglit of urtlelu aeven, pro.
vldea that nil muniier of tuxittiou hIiiiII
The CoiiHtltullou of thu Htule of
Oi'egnn, article oiih, Moetiun thirty-two,
pruvldeo thut nil luxation hIiiiII lie etpiul
and uiiiforni. And, ngiiiii, in article
nine, section one, "Tlio IioglHluture
ahull provide by luw for u uniform und
equal rate of uHHcsHinciit und tiixatlon."
TIiIh ainiily incuiiH Hint wliutovcr prop
erty the LcglHlutureHclccU for titxuliou
mtiat ho iiMMOHHod ami taxed equally i
throilKhullt the dlxtrlct. j
Heo Article 1, Heel Ion 82, Conatltu-'
Hon of Oregon und foot-notea. J
The fiieU am admitted that tit anon li
the luduutodiuMH clause la repealed, u
large portion of tlio property of the
State will he auhject to double taxation
In the Hume cllsti lct, nud Is oontrary to
the fundumunlul luw of the Nation, and
a plain violation of the CotiHtitututlon ,
of the 8tulo of Oregon. Whenever the
faut la legiilly and properly brought be
fore tho courtH that the pemm who
holdn the legal title to real eatute Ih taxed
for Its full value, und the pcrHon who
holds the equitable title Ih taxed at one
half or tliroe-fourtliB of Ita vulue for
what lutereHt ho luiBln It, thojitw would
be declared uncoiiHtltutloiuil and become
a dead letter upon the statutes, Thin
would liumedliitely compel the repeal
of the mortgage tax law, and then
thoae purtle that have bo long and
fulthfully luliored to exomiit from tax
ation their money, notes und mortgages,
would have fully occompllHhed their
EDI6 AND I.
Mar and brother fur naay a year,
Havlac bright veatker and failing the drear,
mil and I.
Beaa li oar lor aa a eaurd free front ruat,
Time weld the ehaMr aur alwiluu trnat,
ko ahall a be Ull w. both are but dual,
Juat lo kno thla. that we never abaU ekanf,
Meror grow formal aad dlataal and einwce,
ttear aiay fada like a asm!' brief fliuna,
rrtaoilaliiti la oftaa but frteainililp la nanus
(Xatte aat euwe may aa are alwuy. llie aaina,
Iblle and L
krother and eWlor and bearl altliln hMrt.
Edle and ll
CWm Dot dealb aaaa drlre ua iart,
Kdla and I.
Btaadfaai aa tknaa aba here died fiw a eraed,
True to eaok hnr la wurd and la ilevd,
Meeer lo faU la the hour of aeml,
Kill and I.
Kraa MdilafTay la Ctikfi Herald.
"What on earth fl'y call that UvlnifT
I aakad, polriiiff with my atlck at a bunch
of grape put ami airily upon braa
"That tiling," replied my eouain proud
ly, "l Hi very lateat Fartaian faahlun
1 tank bark into Uia little loung that
ran along the aid of the room you
cuuldut intuit anytliiug ao dainty wild
Uia nam of "ahop" and Rased upon It
owner with an xeuuiiaUoii moro pro
fan than ajiprtrpriat.
It nitatt at one be coufeaaetl that li
wa a charming object to giue at
Ther wa an xpmation of wiekd
arauaement In ber larg gray eye, and
Ui black gown h still won In mourn
ing for ber hueband poor Jack H wider
un, who wa killed In the Boudan t
off Ui Une of ber alender yonng flgura,
and threw ber gulden hair and fair akin
prettily Into relief.
"Pull yotiraelf togotber, uiy dear boy,
all continued, opoulttg the door of an
old carved oak cabinet, "aud 1 will ehow
yon ouiethiug that ven your erode
male Intellect will appreciate. If ye
tUnit say it' lovely I'll never let yon in
side Uia sbnp again. You may flatten
your none aitaiuat the window, or elroU
dlaconaolatoiy up and down the street
In valid No more chat, no more tea in
the back room!"
Ho saying, she lifted gingerly from th
shelf a a large hat, and planting it upon
her pretty bead turned triumphantly to
ward mo. It waa lovely quite lovely
ort of arritngouioiit in auiethyat vel
vet and feather to match. Doing only a
mlaerabl and Ignorant male of our
I can't deacribo it, but it waa uncom
monly becoming, and made Nina look
like a OainalKn-oiigh picture. I told ber
ao and gtiahcd over it itithYieatly hi sat-
It my own Idea, hapa and ail, and
there isn't another bke it In the world.
I may posaibly copy it, but I'm not anr.
It depend npon who buys it How 1
wish you were a woman, Ronald!" she
igbed regretfully, "and 1 would make
yon boy it for Ascot to-morrowT
I wieu I were, my dear. Hut why
don't yon go and wear it yotiraelf?"
"(iraciotial and leave the ahop for a
whole day at this early ilage of it ex
laUuicvr You guardsmen have no more
idea of buainoa than a baby. No, 1
can't go; but 1 hope you'll hav a Incky
day and a good time, and Ronald dear,
if yon were nice you'd Juat look In one
day coon and tell me what sort of day
yon bad. Oh, and lie sore you don't for
got to notieo what hat and bonnet peo
I promised to do my beat, and took my
leave reluctantly a a large and portly
mntron, gorgeously arrayed, and whose
feature unmistakably bet ray oil her Re
niltio origin, sailed in and demanded
small "flower bonnet,"
That woman In a flower bonnet! J
hope, poor soul, that Nina saved her
"What are you going to do this after
noon, Ilonaldr asked my mother, three
day later. "I wish you to come and
call with uie on the Vunderdecliein,"
"Can't, my dear mother. Promised
to go and sea Nina."
Visions of Mia Vanderdecken, rich a
Crceau, but oh I so deadly dull, hastened
my movements, and 1 waa half way to
Oxford street before my mother could
call me back. I found Mine. Destrier,
as my cousin calls herself, just parting
with a customer. The hat wa in ber
"Pve sold it," die cried gleefully; "just
old it to that nice girl fur five guineas."
"Awfully glad, Im snre. But, my
dear girl, I've a shock in store for yon.
I saw the very model and marrow of
tluit hat at Ascot the day before yester
day." "You couldn't, you couldn't I Who
was wearing it?" she cried sharply.
"One of our reigning professional beau
ties Lady Loddington."
"Lndy LoddingUiul" gasped Nina,
catching hold of the chair behind bur.
"Ronald, are yon sure you aren't mak
ing any mistake?"-
"I swear I'm not. She hud on a frock
tho color of tho hut, nnd she looked sim
ply ripping. I paid her all the compli
ments I could think of in the Ave min-
ute I wua talking to her."
"The cheat, the swindle of it!" cried ,
my cousin, white with anger.
"My dear girl, culm yourtiolfl Tni
orry for you, but great minds, as you
know, will jump, and soma other clover
Woman ha had the satno idea as you. I
Nina waa past taking any notice of the
insulting suggestion. She seemed thor
oughly upset by the coincidence, and
looked aa if she wore going to cry,
"Why did 1 ever go into business?" ,
she cried miserably! "it's simply awful !
to get behind the soonos like this sr.cl i
find out how mean women well bred
women who ought to kuow better can
be. Wo wore nil brought up with the
old fashioned noblesse oblige ideiui. Ron
you wore tooand it seems to me
now that there is hardly any one in so
ciety who ha a notion of honor and dig
nity, aa we used to understand the
terms. Society! After all I'm thankful
I'm more or loss out of it. It's juat u
herd of people, pushing, struggling, sell
ing everything for notoriety aud money."
"near, henr! Your sentiments, mud
am, are mine. But I don't think Uioy
should be wasted on tho more fact thut
some other woman has made a hat like
"She hasn't!" cried Nina indignantly.
"Lady Loddington was wearing this very
hat! Linton, I'll tell you tho whole story.
The same afternoon yon called a lady
came in beautifully dressed and asked
to see sonio hats. I saw who she was,
though I've never mot her, I don't want
to meet hor," savagely; "one sees qnite
enough of her in all tho shop windows."
"One does," I remarked, sotto voco.
"She wanted a hut the color of this
one; so I brought it out and showed itto
ber and told her the pr'ce. and exuhUned
wnyit wa w expemdve. 'Oh, Idontl
mind giving that fur the hat, aiie wild,
'It I well worth It. I am qui to In lov
with It, Mm, Deatrlur, but 1 daren't
buy It without lotting my biwlxuid ae 1
It, He I au very parthnilar aliout what j
i wear, iouiu i nave it noiti roium to
night for him to look utf ' I would lt
fou know noma Unto tj morrow whether
would take It or not.' Of courae 1 wiid
I should bo glad lo ind It, and alio guv
in the ldreaa, and th but went round
- i ... . -.I..,., . .
K uaca aiiu aniu ana wan voiy ourry, out
Lord Loddlngtun didn't think It uiUd
bur. I thought It looked alitlle tumbled,
but one ho to run thoae rlaka v. Ut a una
toiida good on approval. Klie had do
tennined to hav thut hat juat to wear
fur tlio one day, and alia wun tuo moan to
got it hiawatly,"
"Of eourae youll have it out wllh lmr
you'll xpoe hnr?" 1 aaid.
1 wa a angry and dinguatod aa Nina,
who stood opKwlt me, with her pretty
ye and cheek (laming with honrat In
"My dear boy, I would If I dared, but
I can't afford to. It would drive half
my cuaUmier away from me, and 1 muit
I think of Hugo aud Uile. They don't
t much whil. they are at.eb tlui,
but 1 want to give them every advan-
. tage, the darUnga, and I wa left an ba-l-
y ... aim.. uun.IH w junt TKiunHi
t pay so well. I damn't run the rink of
xpuning Lady Loddlngton's liiranuw.n
"liiUil figoiton your children. No,
I see It wouldn't do. Trust uie tu who
her a mauvais quart d'heure, If I get the
l"roiiile you'll U) careful. Tldnk of
"I won't Injure the dear little chap,
yoo btial of mother,"
"Well, lu that caw, I ouly hope furt
one may favor yon."
rertmie did favor me at lat, but h
kpt uie waiting till the autumn, like the
BcJtle Jinle ill ajway la. My chance
earn in this wiae: My uncle mM ma
up to his plane In Scotland fur shooting,
and 1 went, I ho old gentleman l a
' ' wnnobeieur of beauty, and every
nrnttv woman of nuU U luminl t,i 1
asked up to D. sooner or laUtr. I got
mere in time to ureaa nurneuiy ami up-
pear In th drawing room just a my
uncle was telling every one whom they
were to mis in. i wn inirotineeu w
anion urn-1 fiavi.il a nouuii who ene
was, out i gav ner my arm ami too4
nemimu , tiuuu, iuuriuiii,K euu-
nionplarw on the wsy. The truth Is, I
waa half furnished with my journey nud
my one Me was dinner. It was not till
1 was well on with the fish stage that 1
lookod at my left hand neighbor, It wn
Laidy Lialilington herself.
"1 haven't seen you elmro we met at
Ascot," she remarked pleasantly.
tjhe certainly la a moot lovely wouian,
by tho way, I stared blankly, and she
wont on, with an air of well acted re
proach: "I believe you have forgotten we ever
Here wa my chance; I seized it.
"Forgot ten I Why, I rerucuibrr every
word you aald, Uie color of yonrgown,
and even tho very hat you wore tlio
lowlieet and moat becoming bat I ever
saw In my life."
The compliment told.
"1 dotit believe you do," she pouted.
"Upon my word 1 do. It waa a sort
of big affair of amethyst velvet und
feather lo match. 1 remember it wllh
double force ts'caitso I made a cousin of
mine qnile angry with Urn more descrip
tion of it ' I don't knuw if you have over
ruet her? She ha gone into millinery,
like everybody else. She call herself
'Mine. Destrier.' "
1 looked Lady Loddington full in the
fiie, aud laid a peculiar emphasis on Hie
I tiever saw nny ono so thoroughly
caught in my life, I knew in a moment
Uiat she knew I know, aa Punch would
put it. She turned perfectly scarlet to
the roots of her hair, and then quite
white, and didn't sneak for at least a
eaoment. Then ah pulled hermJf to
gether as only a woman run, and adroit
ly changed the subject.
But she has been monstrously civil to '
me ever since, much to tlio surprise of
my friend, 1 am plain and miintorcst
iug; I am not a personage; I haven't a
farthing not even expectations -and
they can't uiuko out where the attraction
Hi They had lictter ask Mine. De
strier, of Oxford street, to enlighten
them. London World.
Only Partial BaU.fai tl'.n.
Another Incident of Uio wheelmen's
excursion over to Eurox wo overheard
one morning. They wore riding along
through Germany wdien u Gorman boy
tltrew a good nixed club out in the read '
to see them run over it. Unfortunately,
the club struck a wheel, broke out four
or five apoke aud caused a rider to take
a header, They all dismounted and (
made for tho boy. Tho parent put in 1
an appearance. Between English and :
Germuti It waa difficult tu mako them
nnderatand what the boy hud done.
Finally the affair waa illustruted by j
the production of the club and the i
wheel. Then the old man turned on the
boy and gave him a terrible whipping.
When ho got through tho wife con tinned
on lu a second edition. Ail efforts to ,
induce payment for tho broken wheel
were in vain. They wcro willing to
pound the boy, but bad no money to re- !
pair damages. West Chester (Pu.) Hoc- I
81 Things ii tiny Ought to ft now,
First Thut a quiet voice, courtesy und
kind urto lire im essential to tho part in
the world of a gentleman its of a gentle
woman. Second Thut roughness, blustering
and even foolhardinena nro not niuiill
lrt'99. Tlio most firm and courageous
men have usually boon tho most gentle,
en nuva usiiuiiy neon t no inosi pcmie, i
Thlrd-Thnt muscular strength is not
Fourth That a bruin crammed only
with facta is not necessarily a wire ono.
Fifth That the labor impossible to tho
boy of H will be easy to the man of 20.
Sixth That the boat capital for a boy
is not money, but a lovo of work, simple
tnstes and a heart loyal to his friends
and his God. Youth's Companion.
Keeping tho CI' leken llock.
When the chicken incubator show
was here, a young man infatanted with
the idea pnrchased ono and placed
therein about thirty eggs. According
to the rulij they were to be hutched tho
Sdof the month. But it appears that
the young man's watchful wife observed
a fine brown egg giving way under
pressure, as it were, on the 1st of tho
month, and thinking the chick wua ap
pearing prematurely, she promptly
panted eumo brown paper over the aper
ture in tho egg and with ft self satisfied
smile awaited the coming of her hus
band. He declare now thut there is
nolhinir lilro a woman for imronuirv.
Coal la scarce at Pittabtiig, Pa.
The blahop of Itto de Janeiro I dead.
The t'riiaaian diet la In smedon again.
The firat Wyoming legialatur U In
Peru hna a new tariff and Mexico la
A llrooklyn lc factory ha been d-
Kobneika hits outatripped Kauaa in
growth of jtopitlation.
John Delllle, the AtnertuAn eonaul at
j Itriatol, Kng., la dead.
It I mild that Jay Oould has gained
' control of the Union Pacific.
Lucy Iiidlcy, a colored woman living
in New York, claim to be 117 year old.
1 he penltenilarie of Texa have eon-
j triluilml 71,KX) to the slate treaaury th
The I'hihidelphla mint received mor
bullion last month than at any time in
1 Ita history.
I A tornado not euiiatrntitud of Inter-
; Kiting ateel rings la soon to b put to a
' pntctlnd tmt,
I DOylu Cnrte, Uilbnrt and Bulllvan of
0jM,rillk, fmm, hive ,m((iH M(1 wW
, ,,,.,... p,.,,W!U will I. M,
Iwteil by (he KuighU of Labor now In
toieunn at Ih-nver.
Wilson SlcC'iindiHsa, prealdent of tb
Alloffluiny, Pa., Nationnl bank, died
suddenly in Pari.
IipitUhw from Valparaiso say th
pnlileiit of llille hua refuaad to enter-
tain tlio Uroyfua claiiiut.
JuHtiee John (X llngan, bead of th
In .ll land Colliuilaaion, la dead. II wa
well known m a pool and author.
The flour uillla of Oporto are closing
' in coiieqii"nee of the decree prohibiting
llie importation or rurelgn wnettt.
I A project la on foot to constrnct
1 ship railway which will give Chicago
din.i t cuiininnictition with Europe,
A row among (he heir of millionaire
Huull, who u us murdered in Chicago,
liiui liromrht to tlie surface much scan.
iturghira blew open the safe of A. B.
j W(,vpr iu Nw mum Rml
win twh ,, in j, ,,,
Charle Ihirkhaller of Milford, Pa., is
Ul.. I.....,l. . ..,.,..e,.rrt h.
' w hich sheepskins can be tunned in fifteen
The seventy-second annual meeting of
the general missionary committee of the
Methodist Episcopal church is In session
Receiver White and Slocura of the
siiirnr trust hnve taken posaewlon of all
properties and affairs of the trust in
The hotel at Berlin are crowded with
commnptive waiting their turn to be
inoculated with the lymph manufactured
by Dr. Koch.
Judgments amounting to $."00,000
have been secured against the Kansas
City Packing company by Snmual
Leonard of Boalun.
The English torpedo boat Serpent waa
wrecked on the rucks off Cape Bncy,
Spain. Only three of the 250 men on
board got ashore. The laint, It is said,
was never aw wort hy.
William Pansier, one of the moat dar
ing and desperate moonshiner of West
Virginia, has lieen raptured by United
States Marshal Miller.
J The natiomil convention of the Worn
:en's Christian Temperance Union Is in
sessiuti at Atluntn, Oa. President Fran
j els E. Willard is presiding.
A revolt cropped out in Honduras last
I week-and Prosident Borgnn evacuated
', the cnpilnl. Affairs were patched np,
I and things are quiet again.
The attorney itoneral of Illinnis has
I filed a bill hi wind up the affairs of the
Mutual I ire IiiMiviitice company of Chi
cago on the ground of fraud.
The romiiiiH of the lute Maj. Gen.
Crook were taken to Washington and
Interred with military honors In the na
tional cemetery at Arlington.
Prince Bismarck refnsed submit the
proof sheets of his liook of memoirs to
Emperor William, and the hitter threat
ens to suppress it tn Germany.
David Mctvean, ex-president of the
Savannah, Mo., National bank, has been
sentenced hi two year In th peniten
tiary for defrauding depositors.
The money market suffered a sharp
short panic lt week, and but for timely
ni 1 from the New York clearing house,
would have resulted disastriously.
Judge Vandorbnrgh of the snpreme
court at St. Paul, hns decided that
ticket Ixiught of a "scalper" is valid and
must 1 accepted by the railroads.
The proposed French tariff is causing
more consternation in Aivro-IInngary
than the American tariff bus, especially
the section fixing the duty on timber.
The grand jury nt Montreal has in
dicted Correspondent O'Brien for libel
in sonding abroad the story about Prince
George participating In a street fight.
The school board at Cherokee, la., an
nounces thut hereafter every teacher
will lie required to sign a contract not
to get married during the school yenr.
A young school Isiy at Vienna found
grout difficulty in mustering the third
declension in his Latin grammar, and it
so worked on his mind that he took his
The opening of a bank in Hardins
burg, Ky brought to light a fnOO bill
that a farmer living near there had had
stored itway in bis house for twenty
A new automatic machine used for
, , , ,, , . ,
will cancel, postmark, count and stuck
Jotters and postal cards nt tho rnte ot
M.000 per hour.
The interest of tho Howards in the
Louisiana lottery wns recently sold to a
tiyndiciito for lf2,,W0,0C0. The wheel of
fortune turns to lottery ownore when
ever it revolves.
The engineer of the Buja Gold Min
ing company say that over $5,000,000 is
in sight in one of the company's niluos
in Lower California.
Bruna Lab.tstido, a soldier who par
ticipated in the murder eomo time ago
of Limit. Cnlepix, was publicly shot at
the City of Mexico. He met death in a
Tho temporary buildings on what re
mained of Johnstown's, Pa., public
square after the flood, and used since for
business houses, are being torn down.
They cost $111,000.
The third unnniil convention of the
American Agricultural Colleges and Ex
perimental Stations is in session at
Champaign, Bl with delegates from all
over the country,
A great sensation b been created at
Akron, O., by th arrest of Charle A.
Collin, x mayor of Akron and a prom
inent manufacturer, for robbing tb till
of A. QiUe' loon.
Judg flnndel, associate justice of the
uprem eourt of Arksnaaa I dead. II
wa United State district attorney fur
the western district f Arkansa nuder
Cleveland ! dinlnlatrtlon.
Tb Cronln prosecution at Chicago I
reported to hav eenred a confession
from Iceman O'Sulllvan, who lain the
penitentiary, detailing th clrcn instance
of th mnrdor of Dr. Cronln.
Mlk Brennan, the champion heavy
weight of Montana, defeated Jacx. Born
of Jersey City in two round near Ja
maica, L t The fight wa for $V a
id and wa a vary tarn affair.
At a mall ttatioa on the the Long
Island railroad, th body of Jam 8.
Goodwin, a cartoonutt on Puck, wa
found beside the track. It 1 supposed
b wa struck by a parning train.
Tli board of manager of Adams' Ex
pre company ba adopted a resolution
making tb poatoflo department regu
lation a to tb application of the anti
lottery law applicable to 1U employe.
Mr. Clark, a member of the New South
Wale legislature, wa forcibly put ont
of the seaembly, and his seat declared
vacant lie bad an altercation with the
chairman and defied him to enforce the
The announcement I ruade at Chicago
that Philip O. Arjnonr and Michael
Cudany have dissolved partnership, Ar
mour making over hi intercut in tb
Omaha bonae in axenange for Cudany
interest In th Chicago boa.
Tb Prohibition!) tn th East are
greatly pleased with Jostle Field'
opinion in th Christenaen case at San
Francisco, which uphold th right of
local anthoritie fco exercis their discre
tion in granting llqnor license.
Th Denver and Rio Grande and Col
orado Midland management ha an
nounced th opening of the broad gang
line for through business. Arrange
ment are completed to run through cars
between Denver and San Francisco.
A bloody street tight occurred at Ann
Arbor, Mich., between university tn
dents and a company of militia. Th
militia waa parading and the student
fell in behind them, whereupon the mil
itia charged the latter. One student was
killed and a number on both side ser
James McSloy, a prominent mechanic
of Erie, Pa., and S. Benson were acci
dentally killed while moving some ma
chinery. Henry Sntter, a naval veteran,
vflio had been a warm friend of McSloy,
on bearing of hla death went home and
Two Brazilian cruisers areexpected to
arrive at New York th latter part of
this month with tb special purpose of
delivering to the president a medal and
a letter of thank from the Brazilian
government for the prompt recognition
of the new republic.
The treasury department ha decided
that pure alcohol Is dutiable at 10 per
cent ad valorem, withont regard for the
use for which it Is Intended. Thi will
prevent the importation, free of duty, of
alcohol for the nse of scientific or edu
Arrangement are complete for laying
two pnenmatio tnt-ea between Jersey !
City and Newark for the purpose of car
rying small packages and mail matter
between thee two and several intermed-
lat points. Th robe will be twenty
four Inches in diameter.
Thousands of dollar worth of fine
Havana cigar have been stolen from
their case en the way from the factories
in Havana to England Jn the laat few
months, and the thieves have done their
work so well that the detective have
not fonnd a single clew.
J. Reginold Bnrchell, who killed bis
fellow countryman F. C Benwell, was
hanged at Woodstock, Out. He left a
statement denying that he had ever com
mitted murder, and that if any con
fession onrDortintr to come from him
was published It wa bogus.
A shortaire of 100,000 has been found
In the defunct Hall Sc Willis hardware
company at Kansas City, and Shelby
Jones, treasurer, being charged with the
responsibility of theshertage, committed
suicide, leaving a note saying that he
oould not stand the unjust accusation.
A plot to exterminate the Dnpont
family of powder fame at Wilmington,
Del., has aroused the people 'ef look af
ter their own safety, as the explosion of
the mill so close to the city would cause
great damage. The fourth one of the
large barns of the company has been
burned. Two negroes have been ar
rested. The T7th anniversary of the birth of
Allen G. Thnrman was made the occas
ion of an ovation at Columbus, Ohio.
Prominent Democrat from all over the
country were present. Ex-Preeldent
Clevand was the principal speaker. Mr.
Tmmnaii is hale and hearty, but he
will not run for office again, he say.
The total value of Imports from the
United States into New Zealand, during
1889 amounted to BlJls.lw, andln-
creae over the preceding year of $96,835.
The value of the exports to the United
States during tb tame time was $1,796,
860, thus showing th balance of trade
to be $5,830 in favor of tb United State.
A Cat Tending- a Chicken.
At a farm in tbe district of Forest Hall
on of a brood of chickens was lamed.
Unable to follow th hen In it search for
food the chick waa soon half starved. The
chick was missed, and next day wa found
lying with three kitten, th mother of
which gav th fledgling every attention.
Every day the eat ha carried the bird In
It mouth Into th farm yard, where It ha
obtained foed, and aa regnlarly conveyed
It in the same manner back to 11 with th
klttena. Through th ear of pus th In
jured limb I growing itronger and the
chicken is thriving. Feathered World.
A Charitable People.
A man who had been swindled out of
13,000 good money whir trying to buy
$6,000 worth of counterfeit arrived In Mil
waukee tn a pennflea condition, and th
people ao fait for htm that they raised
purs of til to balp htm get horn in first
elan shape, Detroit Free Pre.
Holme Bualne College
or Portland, Oregon will open Sept. 1st.
Weseo. the londltifr Denmnn of the const, has
become a partner In thla school and will raate
ll the leading Business College. Houd for
'The Jeresy Lily."
Anolkska CoTtaok, L. B., July 3.
flentlemeni Altho' It Is very unusual for
me to use any lotions or washes, etui. In an
swer to your request, 1 huve tried W'lsrtem's
Violet Oream aud Kohertlne. The former I
consider esrwolully effloavloua In cases of
rimirlineaa of the skin, and I have hecn uslnit
it every day Sir the Iwt fortnight. I have
found the Rouertlne an excellent prepar
ation In nauca of tan. sunburn, etc.,
caused by .exposure to March winds and a
JUiymin. loura inunniiiy,
, I.ILUC LANOTKV,
To Messrs . Wisdom Co,
Butte, Mont lott $10,000 by fire.
Snow 1 plentiful in th Sierra.
The Fresno, Cal. Inquirer ba been
A Farmer Alliance I being formed at
Petal u ma, CaL
The skating rink craze at San Fran
cisco la reviving.
Spokane Falls plumbers have demand
ed tb eight- hour day.
Th Washington Furniture company
at Spokane Fall ha assigned.
Work will begin nxt week on the
Monterey, CaL, street railway.
Oregon want a space of ten acre for
her exhibit at the world' fair.
Fire at Tlburon, Cal., destroyed every
tmaines house but two; lost $20,000.
A aenaation ba been created by the
discovery that Seattle' cenan return
The Morning Journal of Seattle ha
been old to The Morning Telegraph of
tbe (am city.
Th funeral of the late Alfred H. Es
till of Sacramento waa largely attended
by prominent people.
J. E. R. OFarrell, a prominent Dem
ocrat and county surveyor for ten year,
died at Woodbind, CaL
A patent brick work la to b erected
on what remained of tb Green Brae
ranch at San Rafael, CaL
Tbe car, paint and blacksmith shop of
the Atlantic and Pacific railroad at Bar
stow, Cal,, have been burned. "
Joseph Thompson of Australia has ar
rived at San Francisco, H intend to
establish a race track in California.
Dr. Charle Ford, of-the Charle Ford
company of Watsonville, CaL, is dead.
He left over a half million of property.
A. O. Smith Republican candidate
for assemblyman in the Seventy-eighth
California district, was elected by two
LX Beebtel, postmaster at BeUerue,
Wash., wa crushed to death between
two log at hi logging camp at Lake
William M. Denny, a prominent
broker on the Mining Exchange at Spo
ken Falls, committed suicide because
of financial losses.
Capt. Isaac Thomas, a well known
teamboat man of Portland, fell into a
dralnag ditch whicthe waa superin
tending and wa drowned.
The second trial at Santa Crux, CaL,
of Budd'Mann for the murderof Fred
Blumhardt five months ago resulted in
the acquittal of the defendant.
The grain grower of Eastern Wash
ington want redress. They say that
tills year they will pay out over $1,000,
000 in exhorbitant freight rates.
In the Farmer warehouse at Albany,
Or,, there are now stored 180,000 bushels
of wheat and oata. A train of forty cars
la loading there for San Francisco.
The Nevada county, CaL, grand jury
ha found indictment against twelve
saloonkeepers in Nevada City and Grass
Valley for selling liquor on election day.
The corner stone of tbe permanent
building of the California Home for the
Care and Training of Feeble Minded
Children at El Verano wa laid Wednes-
William Reay, a wealthy pioneer resi
dent of Saanich, B. C died from tbe ef
fect of a blow irom a aandbag in the
hand of a burglar, received three
A lady named Fevall living in Amador
county, Cal., gave a tramp a upper,
lodging and $1. Th tramp, whoee
name wa John Bancroft, has just died
at Portland and left her $15,000.
James M. Damron, an ex-member of
aasembly and a well known attorney of
Lo Angeles county, Cal., ha been ao
quitted on a charge of forgery. There
are two more charges against him.
Five persons were killed by an express
train going through a trestle at Lake
Lablsh. about five mile from Salem,
Or. It is claimed by the Southern Pa
cific officials that the accident was the
work of train wreckers.
The largest purchase of wool from any
one sheep raiser in the Southwest took
place at Albuquerque, N. M., George
Osborne & Co., purchasing nearly 200,
000 pounds from William Molntosh at
the hignest market price. The wool was
merino of the finest textnre.
Judgment for $288,822 ha been en
tered at Portland against the Southern
Pacific company, for note issued by tbe
Portland and Willamette Valley rail
road, now owned by the Southern Pa- '
cifio, in favor of tbe Pacifio Improve
ment company of San Francisco.
Charles L. Terry, ex-customs inspector
at Seattle, who became notorious for
smuggling oQiutn while performing his
duties, and who ba been absent from
the United States for several years by
reason of indictments against him, has
returned to Seat tle and given himself up.
Mrs. Elraa Glover, secretary of the
San Jose, Cal., Board of Trade, while
siok in bed was awakened by crackling
flames and found the adjoining room on
fire. P'" got a far as the kitchen but
there fu unconscious, and would have
perished but for the opportune arrival
of a neighbor.
At the annnal meeting of the board of
trustees of Princeton university Presi
dent Paxton announced the gift of a
new building by Mrs. Harriet Crocker
Alexander, daughter of the late Charles
Crocker of California, The new hall,
whioh is to be used for commencement
exercises, is to be a memorial of the
Alexander family, fifteen of whom have
been graduated from Princeton.
The following have been appointed
fourth olass portmasters for the Pacifio
coait: California E. Blohuu, at Blanco,
Monterey county, vice C Lewis, re
signed; J. Smith, at Downer, Los An
geles county, vice C. R. J. Chapman,
removed; F. Wilkinson, Woodbridjre,
San Joaquin county, vice L. C. Mo
Murty, removed. Oregon William
Vinson, at Winchester, Douglas county,
vice C. Grubbe, declined.
Two lots In block 6 Henry Hill's ml
ditton to Independence for $125 each,
one-fifth down, balance next May with
out Interest. This Is a bargalu. Ku
qulre at West Side office.
Only on In the United States
Out of 1357 oough syrups mannfaotured
lu the United States, but one has been
touud ta be entirely tree from opiates
nnd that is the California Positive and
Negative Eleotrio Cough cure, which is
tbe best on earth for eonghs, cold, croup,
etc Sold by all druggists,