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INDEPENDENCE POLK COUNTY, OREGON, FKIDAY. MARCH 2, C04
Five Cents Per Copy.
Th frer wmfW swaiMe,
u. .. vkiimitt ateffAial lit rri-
lead. We eiereaiia " ee ertVeahit
JMWiw an ate mkw ()H'r" """V
rtUfkaHll to "-" ate '
Dm wdi ear A.U j M h far put-
In Natloaal.Clw, Malliaud MMnMQUIUHt,
1'inl National, Cor, Mala end 0 Rla.
HOKERS, GRAIN iiiH0fV
MV K. lire Offii-e First NathaieJ Baa..
Fink t l'iU'rm, Main Mreeu
II. A rullei-.Caoeel.
BOOKS 4. STATIONERY
I Imlfrlier Knt . Main lreel.
J. R, Cooper, renter C mi
CAR PEN TERS4V CONTRACTORS.
ii A ( lnt unit, ante II airvvl.
ttemplwll siu-or4 r al tfctuly Paddiwk"
A. M. Hurley. Mayor.
Uai, W. Heed. Keeirder.
Anil. Tupoer, Mawtial.
" CHURCHES PASTORS.
B.lill, J. tred Jenkins.
rrehylriai. i. A. IVornwod.
Cwtifret-attiutal, l. V, Putin-.
r.viiietli-al, ! A.Copley.
,Vetholel,T. W. IVller.
Oirtatlnn, No resident wlr.
J i. Vantlndel, tiidiiwIuL'ttee.
H, A. Mulki'y. O'lKu nell Urtrk, up stair.
J II. JtdiiwiU.Cur. Kntlmad 4 M.wili'iulli. (
lie A Han', III, lint. Nut I Hank, II stall.
E. U Krlohutn, Monmouth W, near K. tt.
0. I. Ilui ter, opera huuMt, upstair.
" bRAfC0MIAWI E3-
"ittinlwrd A Humu, Kailraid iir.
W, IV Klkliw. lenve order al H-del.
Mlw Mula i lull, al m-.UU'il v, Hatlmad al.
HtM-lley, Mesander A Co., Main Mir,
fallen"!! Hroa,, opera hua.
In.l. MMOi ,a. dktnner Co,
Htar MltU. 11. .aM Co.
v. a cook, tthttenk. r k .-I'-k.
ltoiidorr lliryhtierf. Mala lreet,
J. l. Vamluyn.Cor Mttlnnnd 0 street.
J A. Mill WhUmknrhrli.il.
Vlle.. Haidtfln A to. South lde 0 ulreet,
Mi-K.i-lier.i-i A snnd-rcoek, Corner tln A
IMity A Paitl'vlt, Weal hid.) Mala street,
J. I'. IrvliM.-VMilH'iiker brlrk.
HARDWARE & AGL. IMPTS.
. K. O tkmnfll.i.r. Mala A Miomutn HI
It. M. Wit.k- A Co.. Miln bii.I M'.nmmith Ht.
Wkkt ttirmOilWv, Vain lrt.
I nd MU-arn Lniiiidry, A J. Achlwin.
A.M. Hurley, Main urwk
(iei. A. Smith, liid. Niit'l Bank, upulalni.
Ptr Cook, Mnln lrii"t.
Kll Johiiaon. Mnln ntrit.
Prcinrott A Vr nv, aair mill.
). I,, Hawkina, rair. Uiiilrart and Kalrmta.
HirlliiK l',ro Main alrwU
IioiiU Kiwipply. i: utrcct.
Mf. (i. Hlmrnian, I' MrifiH,
D. II. Cravon, C alrrat, north ald.
City lUMtaurHiit, (!. fi. Cttinpiioll, Pnip.
Ind. IjOilx No 2J, A. O. V. W.
Valley Iil((e No, , 1. O. O. K.
l,yon U)dgn No, w, A. K. A A. M.
Homer li(e No. , K, of Pt
llebeknli rw. IOOK, Clover Iaf No.
The (lem J, II. Cooper, prop.
The Cantle-H, E. Owena, prop.
SASH & DOORS.
MlUdirll A Hohannon, Main Htreet,
M. T. Crow, near depot.
GEO. E. BREY,
bin, Er.:, Wool, Folaicss, lis.
"Only the Scars
Saya IIknhy Uvusun, of tlm Jiuihmi
Ph., who wrtU
Ct m follow:
la wlih h I ihi
In tiiard lo cr
Ui bUaal, all!,,
nan Iwprraa urn
nor than my
ai, at th air
ot 18 yar. I bad
on my lag,
which bnk anil
Our lawlly phy
kilan could do
mi no gncxl, and II waa Iere4 that tlm
tatnea would be affoutod. At liul, uiy
Mother Urged Me
to try Ayr" Sarxaparllla, !lnalhrv
boltlca, th aonw healed, and I have hot
been troubled alnnti. Only tht aeara
ramaln, nnd th memory of tha
pt, to remind mo of tha $wxl
Ayer'a 8arparllU ha dona me.
I hfw wel(h two hiimlceil and twenty
pimniU, and aw 'n tha beat ot health.
I have been on the road for the uut
twelve year, hare not lead Ayer'a Bar
aaparll'.a a.lverliae.1 In all parta ol tha
United Stnle, and alwaya lake plea,
are In telling what good It did tor me."
Prepared by !r. J . C Ay k Co., Lowell, Mm
Cures others, will our you
(Mueeair tollCIUUHU A8TAATU.)
City Truck and Transfer Co.
HiinliiiK of all Kimls Dunn at
Agents for the 0. P. Boats.
All Idlla nuiat boaftllnl by the ldlli m
Steamer Altona !
Salem and Indeperidence
Li'imm Iniltieiiiinu ami Hiilfin
Miinilny, Weilnendny eml Frhliiy, Iphv
Iiiu I iiih'iwndenpe at 6 a. m HhIimii lit
n. in., niii) nrriviiiK at 1'urllnml ul
Leave 1'ortlnml Tuewlay, Thiirwluy
mil siituntny ut ti a. m,,, Hulom lor
liid.'tM'lxleiM o lit 4 , III,
Kxtfllviit imiiU wrveil ou boat at
25 cyula a-r nit-al.
I'mwiMiirrx aave time ami money by
tukliiK IliU iluu to I'lirtlund.
Hteniner will carry '6wt llirouirll
freight ami olt'or m:u rutee on lare
liiiexivlli-il uii)teeiiL'ir noooitiniodn-
llima. Mltehcll. Wrlirlit A Va , (iimer-
ul hki'IiIm, Molinan bltM'k, Hiilriii, Dr.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS
GOOD FOR 30 DAYS
Portland to San Francisco
Deluding FIVli Gate Tickets
TO THE FAIR.
from flan FranelMKi to other nolnta In Clll.
fimla will be allowed pumhaeera of apeolal
MldwlnUir Fair ticket at the following round
To Htatlona nndr1SO mllen from Han Fran.
claoo, One and oiie-i'ulrd one-way fure.
To Mellon 1KA mlleHor more from Han
Franclnoo, one an doiif-lllth one-way fure,
for exnot rate and fUlllnformntlon, Inquire
Of J, B. KIRKLAND, Ulxtrlet l'uaan(er
Agent, m FlratHt,, Portland, Or., or nddre
he underalKnod. T. H, OQODM AN,
KIOMAKD OBAY, Oen. Paaaenger Agt.
Oen. TiuHio Manager, Hun FrancUco, Cal.
THE JUNE ELECTION.
It Will Decide the Future l'naierlty
of Thla Xatlim.
JOLM ON THE SITUATION.
Letter to tha Republloana of Oregen
n the CeeelUon of the Country
and Oregon'a Intereate.
Tbu wmliig political CHtntiistet
iluriujf tho prcw'iit yeur, otiiutiit u-
.Itia with tha Jiini ttliH-tiuii In
Ort'gmi, will Iw the uiiwt liiiKMliiiit
uOuUtiU for Jiiuin, and tho rwulU
will Ui'Uruilue (In: future) njMi Ity
of thU uution, Mud tho lupilin'ii of
I ho )tHilo of thin country.
Tho aiifooiw of the tWtnormtip
(Mtrty, jilwltjwl to the rvvt'nuil of
ilio jHiltcy tlnil hint ii-'VHllfi la (hie
country MitM 1801 of jimtoctiuii lo
(a Amerii'nn iiuluNtryluw jirm oJ
liwtHl rutrn to tho bimiiicKi iiuiim.
trio, anil the Oiinnren of tho country,
Differ iw we ninny n'mitt tho
(Hum of thin itiHiiMtroim I'liiinjjo in
tho condition of tlm country, the
fact rcuiniim Unit, up to tho time
thut democratic wniMidciicy win
.iwtired, onilcr ft reuilillciui mlmlii'
iNtriititin ii nd the jrotcctiv poliey,
iroH)Miiiiy lirevuiitHl; mid with (he
I'lTtulnly thut tholemHrit'iu iuily
would wntrol the IcjrhdHtive ami
executive di'nrti!ieiil of the gov
eminent ciuim uuivein.il Imnk
rujitcy, ruin, auffering ml wunf.
Scarcely hud tho new of the
domocrittio victory At tho hwt rH'
idential election been Hashed iiion
the wings of lightning to tho renmle
corners of tho Union, when there
appeared in tho clear nky of our
prosperity KiRim of a comiint Htorin,
which Kprcttd with hiiiiizIiii; rapid
ity, until cloud of bhieketit hue,
portending dirt dimeter, utieciiml
the whole utitiounl hori.oii. The
nhrewd inaungcni of great itidutitiU
begun nt one to Hhoi teti noil uud
prejmre for the coming Htorin.
Opcratioim were curtailed, collcc
tioim were forced, and every tin
iiwiwury Mjiendituro avoided.
With tho pnwpeil of free taw
material, pni cliiim were made only
for prcHeut. nei'di. The Importer,
foncoing that gooda admitted fite
of duty would come into coinpo
tition with It ih puichiwi of foreign
gooda, coiiuienimiidiHl hia orders,
and ilimiiriMlit'd bin impoilntioim.
rrojectcd enterprise were almn
iIoiumI. Tlie whi le business of
eouiitry wns brougliito Haiamlniill.
Tho lui.iimH of tho rail ro uli w.
dec i -eimed, until inuuy of (lulu
passed into the IiiukI.i of receiver.
Money was withheld from hazord.
huh enterpriseti, and ihouniinds of
lulioiera were thrown out, of em
plymeiit. Destitiilon and atifferiug:
everywhere prevail'-d, and I hero is
no certain proxjicct of any Jmnicdi-'
ate relict, !
Too trenail ry iseuiply. Tho gold
reserve loi' ihu r'deuiptiou m tho
It gnl tender imte.-i Inia been lurgelj'
cneraieh id upon. The diminished
revenues will not pay the ordinary
expeimcH of the government. The.
nali o ul debt lius been InereaNed by
tho isHim of hoiiils to rai.se revenues
for current expense. Appropri ;
atioiiM for puliliu purp isea are to bej
docreiiHcd. It is greatly to be'
feared that appropna iona for the
improvement of rivers and Iiiii Iioih
will be discontinue. Ciini.ilti in to:
li boomed tit tlio expense of the
United Si idea. Farming lauds in
Canada along our northern
bonier are (o be doubled in value,
Ciiundlaii mriiicra are to bo relieved
Irom cont ributing to our revenues
by p.iymeut ofduticHttt ouroimfoin
lioiiaea on agruuiliural produeta,
and the revenue thus lost la to be
wrung from our people by uuuaual
methoda of tnxiitioii. Our factories
and mills are to ho kept cloned, and
our working iiiDii kept out ofemloy
inerit, lo give work to foreign la
horeia. The matter of tho next
election of a United Whiles Honulor
in Oregon laol'lii noire importance
than a question between Individuals
or even parties. Tho revival ol
business, the employment of luuor
and the hupplne of the people can
only be m cured by the return to
power of the republican party and
l ho iiniiuteimitoo of tho phtcollve
policy, " .
K hacfor and Ivee are going to Europo
w lien, billiard exhibition are to be
Mtn, Aillai Htevenatui tw been eleete4
pnl.rnt (if the I laughter of the Revo
An esplnatoti In the Bloanbury coal
mine, near ltiiton, N. fit., killed eight or
Corlatt amil Mitchell boxeil at a char
It r U'lii-llt.lti New York the other night.
KtKht thouaniid ixHiplu were prewnt.
A tcrrlllo atm-in a wept along the tarn
inlt of the Hterrn Noveilne a few day
uk'o. Uvcrhind truiuM were delayvd from
Iii to 'U hour.
An AiiKtriun t mar ding houe at Angeb
t 'amp, Cel., wa blown up by dynaiiilto
a few nlghto tofo. The prourtetor and
IJ fiuully were aeleep in the building,
1 nt uiiracti'oiialy eaeeped tujury. Tho
perpetrator i unknown,
Lt tsntiinltiy 10t colored oonrerta
were Iwndlneil in a erenk at hpringllehl,
IK A uimkv way vrm cut tbrougw tha
Ice to t he inldtlle of the itrem. Tbo
clothing- of the eunverta waa froien ettff
aluioat na aoou aa they emerged from
A Hr(rait of the late Mr. President
lUrrimiu, mtiitel by Huntington and
iloimlwl by tiunnla-m of the tWlety of
the Datighler of the American Iterolu.
Hon, baa ! Mii-epte.1 by I'reeldent
Cleveliuiil, ami will be hung in too
White Holme nana of atate.
Mm. Anna 1'ra.u. wboae lminenao
proarty tine la'O the aourre of great
contention wtuun b-r rtHtle, dimt at
Lo Aiigeb-K. .Mm. l'ratt waa mentally
week end her relatione lme Uvn for
eniiKt time trying to get control of her
jiroK-rty. . -
Wealthy KnKtertiein have beoome In
ten teil in a w'heiue to mil en the mar
ket 43,oo0 Acrca of fruit land in the Han
Joaquin vnlley, eetutllig Iieoile from the
Kut to aeitle on its The laud la owned
by the .Southern facilk', ami U (mrtly
rMittnl lor agricultural pnriHea. The
eoiniwny that Mpwee the new euheuio
It called tho "uind ot hunahiue."
The sophomore at Cornell obtained
ptwcKidoii of a eid riaiiii where the
fmhiiien w.te having' a baniinet and
plmnl a generator of chlorine ga o
that it waa mmiectctl with the banquet
hall by Hlenna of rubber tubee. Several
frwhiiH-ii were carried out Itwenalblo
and eeverul waiter were overpowered.
A Milored woman who acted a cook
The ralaln jtrtiwera of Freano, Tulare,
Madera, Kni and Kern countiea have
Cuipletel au orKaiilaation And hereaf
ter the i-nlire product of that aection
will be hanitliHl by the awaa-lation, No
more couaiguiiiout will Iw cent to East
ern ctuiiiiiiutDn limiiM-a. Agent of tho
aawa inliou will noil the prmhict direct
and the grower ejqmet U realiM lwtter
Ill a recent armut on "The tut hollo
Church in America." Archbiahnp Iro-
land of St. l'atil aald the church nnder
the cttnatitution had all the riglita and
privilege eli(. deelrml. Referring to tho
aiili-Cstliulii- atfitatlnn, the arnhhiabop
tald It would, in die out if not noticed.
He Klrotigly fleprecatml mixing the
church with politic, and caul It would!
be a great ntlafortune if the church were
to lie tbo ally of one epectaJ party.
Arrangement have been completed
fur the enlargement of the ('hint) sugar
factory and the addition of new ma
chinery. The capacity will be Inrreaaed
to about t,W bna of Wla per day.
Nearly to.lHHl acre will be planted to
beet 8,000 at Anaheim and vicinity i
and the Imliime at t'bltio and vicinity, j
The output of etigar laat aeoaon waa
7,590 ton. Thi will la) increaaed to.
ovi-r lo.ooo ton the coming aeaaun. I
Charle D, rretu-h; 1 iieildier and her
mit of l rroni), Me., blew the top of hi
head off. He loft the following letter?
To the C'uiiona 8:15 p. m. In two
hour I ahull lie dead, ehot through the
head, with a big charge of lead, (no h
etry intended) disease and poverty the
chiimi. However, no one know I am In
a deetituto condition, but I'm In It Just
tliosnioe. Burn, boil, bake, bury or
aend my earcaa to a phosphate factory,,
just aa the humor etrikea yon, I'm
weak, faint and hungry, but I know
how to cancel all my engagement with
Mr. Trouble and Mr. Misery. Your
respectfully, Chnrlo D. Frenoh,"
The general executive committee of
the Knight of Lulair lias made publlo a
statement that they intend to inveeti
gate the record of 1 M. Arthur, chief of
the LtHHimotiveEnKineere,' Brotherhtmd,
They charge Arthur with being reapon
alblii for the failure of all their trike
iiliico 1H4, when they won the Union
Pacific strike, In connection with these
claima they gave out a statement nf Ar
thur' llnancea. They show that he pay
taxc on $171,000 worth of property in
Clevehuui and bus beside niimeroua
railroad stock. The want to know how
he accumulated tlii projierty, Arthur
nay they can go ahead and Investigate,
Jin has not Iii ig to do with the Knighta
of Labor ami they have nothing to do
The railroad war haa commenced In
earneat, and tho tSanta Fe has scored
llrat bliMid. General Manager K, II,
Wade of the Huttthern California rail
way has received word from General
Paaamiger Aent White of the Santa Fe
that it hue been decided to cut the pres
ent rate to and from the Minsouri river
and Galveston aa follows: The old rate
of $!)!). 50 for Mingle continuous flrst-clasa
passage i cut to $20, and the round-trip
rate of $l5.rso I cut to $1IS.S0. The aame
rate apply to eaat or west bound travel
and to and from Mojave, This will
virtually mal b a atnglo-trlp rate from
the Mitnouri river to Ban Franoiaoo of
f tin, and a round-trip rate of $M.50, with
60 day lay over,
Krause' Headache Capnle War.
ranted. For eale by Shelley, Alex
gnder 4 Co. 1
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
A Coadeuned Compllcatleu ef Current
Event of the ttgy.
INPORTANTNEWSOF ALL KINDS
Boiled Down and Arranged for Buay
rooalo,AII SuMetoua Word
Chrli Ivan will hereafter be known
At FoImoii a "8.0M,"
8akertteld la to have wedding ot a
Chines to a white girl
Oi eaiulite, Han Diego county, refused
to vote $3u,iioO for water bond.
fcacreinento taking ai-tiv Wp to
eeeure the Kepublican tate conventual.
rJcuti-h capitalist are to develop tho
new coal dlacovertea atHuiuaiLake.B.O.
Tliey leek the opera honee door be.
at W ha twin (Wash.)
A foiir-atory briek hu)ldln t to be
built at Bimkaue for a new manufactory
of cereal foods. -
The In to the orange crop in Booth
em California by the aever north wind
Ex County Treaenrer 8, F. Murphy
haa been convicted of ,th lany of
$4,000 of public money at Baker City, Or.
King county (Cal.) iropiiaea to have
an early night closing and Sunday law.
The hoard of (upervlaor I considering
Major Bewail Truax died at Bpokane.
He went to Oregon 41 year ago and waa
captain in the First Oregon Volunteer
In the war nf tho rebellion.
Th 14-yearHild daughter of William
Fry, near Dayton, Wash., went home
one morning reeeutly from a dauoe, ato
a hearty breakfast and Ml dead.
San Jte' oomraon council refuM to
reorganise the board of health ao that it
hall contiat of erular phynlcian. Tho
board now oonaiata of three couucilmen,
tho city engineer and one physician.
A big strike haa been made in th
Mammoth mining district In Ariaona. '
Th anrfac cropping are over 100 feet
wide, and th gild ia o plentiful that baa been etiteowd to SA year' iuipria
flaket of it can be seen numerously onment.
throughout the sample. j Th three Austrian arrested at An-
fiportemen have been claiming for gels and charged with the recent dyruv
eome time that the earn, which have lav , mite explwion. by which Mamid' house
come ao numerous In the Columbia and waa destroyed, have been released with
Willamette river, are ruining the duck out bail.
hunting on Sauvl' Island by destroy. Jacob Meyerhofer, the engineer in a
ing the planta on which the duck feed, packing house at Sacramento, waa
Leading Carson merchanta propoee to caught In a pulley while oiling the shaft
put on freight team between that city j and whirled until hia clothing gave way.
and Sacramento. Part of the program He wa terribly bruised and died an
is to erect a big commission and store , hour afterward,
house, which will be stocked to draw on Frederick Westfall, at Ann Arbor,
during the winter when read are tin- Mich,, quarreled with hi wife. She
passable. broke a plate over hia head and ho
A number of farmer and orchardista chopped her with a case-knife, and
in th vicinity of Walla Walla, Wash,, thinking he had killed her, set fire to
have placed their signature to an agree- the bonne and went and hanged himself,
ment pledging themselvee to plant at The woman wa rescued from the ftamee.
least one-nuarter of an acre in ugr The jury In the caae of Peter Schmidt,
beeta this season for the purpose of af- charged with the murder of Mrs. Gar
ford lag a test, demeyer at Sutter City, brought in
Th Southern Pactfio haa issued a dr- wdie of guilty after being out one
cular at Chicago eaylng that hereafter hoor. f he sentence fixed was imprison
It will not honor Han Diego ticket over mmi 'or He hot the lady because
the Southern IfcHforota because of the fc" huebaud, he claimed, had swindled
$1 arbitrary rate demanded. This vir
tually aineunta to a refusal to handle
Ban Diego murine on any term.
William Hanlny, a prominent stock
man of Barney Valley, Eastern Oregon,
report that "lino brcAe" horse which
four or five year ago commanded from
$10 to $06 can now lie purchased for $20,
and some horse raiaer are glad to dia
poee of them for even a la price.
Three enaaUonl arrest were made
near Chatteroy, Wash. Charle Wilson,
hia ton Benton, hi daughter, Nellie
Johnson, who had been indicted by th
grand jury for the murder of J. W. John
ton, the girl' himliaml, were taken into
custody and are now In jail at Sjiokane.
The largest gold nugget found in
Bhaeta county in yean wa picked up in
a ravine icvrn mile northwest of Red-
ding by an old forty-niner. It 1 five j
inche long, two and a half In width,
haped something like an egg and it
valued at $515, Tho nngget wa found
by a man named Elmore at Copley.
Mr. Hunt, having been granted per
mission at Tacoma to sue the Northern
Pacific receiver, haa filed a uit in the
United State circuit court to recover
$5,000,000 damage, the outcome of per
teoution by meone of which he wa pre
vented from placing bond of the Ore
gon and Washington Territory road.
Randolph Kalloch, a ton of ex-Mavor
Kalloch of San Francisco, wa taken to
Bakentfield recently from Lo Angelet
charged with stealing a sealskin sack
and a diamond ring from a woman in
Bakersfield. He ia a slave to the mor
phine habit and ia now in jail awaiting
trial. He t without mean and will
plead hi own cause.
Mr. Mary Cleveland of Portland, Or,,
-whom spirits told that her husband, Dr.
Dan H. Thatcher of Santa Monica, Cal.,
was dead, when in fact he waa alive, ha
been awarded half hia estate, amount
ing to $00,000, Thatcher i now a holp
lea invalid at Pasadena. He had de
serted hi wife and the married again,
believing him dead,
Exceedingly rich gold quarts haa been
taken from the bottom of the must con
denser well at Healdaburg which had
been broken in a blast, The well is 200
feet deep and no water haa yet been ob
tained, The quarts will assay $300 to
the pound, The strike ha caused much
excitement, The bore of the well pene
trate the gravel deposit along the
The Ontario (San Bernardino county)
fruit exchange has brought suit and
ask for a restraining order against J, S.
Garcia to prevent him from disposing of
hia orange orop for thi season to any
other parties than tht plaintiff, Tht
Highest of all In Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
eoiiiplaoit aiiegee tiuit hi orange crop
ittuouiitii to Ml Ixiii. and th defend
ant I a m. ioUt of tha exchange and
mtcriKl Into an agreement with the
other uu-mlwrH not to sell hi fruit out
tide of the crt l'siitfe, but that he haa
illiuil of a portion of the crop to out
RECORD OF CRIMES AND ACCIDENTS.
Mary Miller, aged 13, wa burned to
dith at La Aniwlitt l,v Itin evntiMion nf
t gHaoline atore.
l"rendrgaat, tho aaaaaaln of Carter
Ilarrtanti of Chicago, ha btwn sontenoed
to be hanged on March 28,
Leroy llarria, the postal' note forger,
who was recently captured In the Eaet,
had $1,800 in greenback secreted in
hi ahoea, .
At Bertram' Mill, FJ Doneloermnty,
Cal., and Indian decapitated a inialicine
than with an ax because he failed to
cure the Indl-m' wpiaw.
A negro thrust hi hand through the
glass of J. Hymen' jewelry tore at
Sacramento, anile two watches and jew
elry and made hi encu)ie,
A fire just outside of San Joae'l limit
dnstroyed the old Union foundry, tbo
; Reveneon hotel and the MechaiiW
hotel. Los alauit $10,IM).
R. dark Forsyth, a Chicago real
estate man and capitalist, was robla'd of
$!o,ooo while standing on the front plat
form of a Chicago cable car,
John Y. Mi-Kane, the Long Island po
litical bos, ha bw-n sentenced at Brook
lyn to lx year in Sing Sing for viola
tion of the postal law. MuKano la very
Ir. Eugene F. Wwrt, convicted of
causing the death of Addie Uilmour, at
Ban Francisco, by a criminal operation,
Ashland, Or., had a fire during a Re
vere wind storm, and at one moment
the entire hnMne part of the town waa
threatened. The flames fortunately were
?ot under control and the lot waa light,
'he excitement for a while waa intense.
Four lire alarm wore turned in during
the day, -
The grand jury of Santa Out county
haa returned indictments against Will
lam Maim for burning the Christian
church and minister' dwelling at Oor
rallto laat June. The trouble all origi
nated in a church war, and the little
town ia again excited over the latest
turn in the affair,
Chris Kvatia ie again in custody. Ha
and Morml 1 returned to Evans' old
homo, at Yisalla, and while in the house
tl,e WHa romnlod by a large
armed pease conuniindod by Sheriff Kay,
The bandit ware surprised and swing
no avenue of escape surrendered. After
the surrender the outlaw were harried
to the jail aa an attempt to lynch them
wits feared. Evans say he waa be
trayed into the trap.
THE MIDWINTER FAIR.
The electric tower ia completed, aa is
lso the electrical fountain. .
The Southern California Editorial as
sociation will meet at San Francisco
Exhibit delayed by the snowstorms
oi the plains are arnvlng. and won aU
the foreign displaya will be complete,
Tuesday was Southern California day.
An interesting program was rendered
for the entertainment and instruction of
Paino, the London pyrotechnist, haa
arrived at the fair with a fine selection
of fireworks. These exhibition will be
weoklv features during the fair.
AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS WORLD'S FAIR,
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
Used in Millions of " nes 40 Years the Stand&ru
New Jertey was shakes by aa earth
quake the other day.
The Union Pacific employe art not
satisfied with the wage schedule, and
will ask time to formulate another.
Virginia propoee to construct two
tteam men-of-war to protect her oyster
bed from tho raid of dredger from
May Dnryea, a soubrette ta th
'Prliioes Nicotine" company playing
at New York, ia to contest for aa wtat
worth 4,000,000 franca in France,
Robert L. Cutting it to context tho
Will of hi father at New York which
cut him off without a cent, because ho
married in opposition to bit father's
J, H. Hopewell and wife, restaurant
kee.r at Do Moines, Ia., committed
suicide recently. They complained of
ill-treatment in a lrasinee way by th
There were but two persons impli
cated In the hanging of Secretary Mor
ton and hi ton in effigy at their home in
Nebraska, one a constable and the other
The earning of the Union Pacific sys
tem for the year ending Dec. 81 were a
follows: Gross, $37.4t,4ia; decrease,
$7.CT,7M; net, $11,710,853; decrease,
Mis Nancy Cook, aged 50. claiming
to bo a cousin of Jefferson Davia, died
in a waiting-room on Well street, Chi
cago, of paralysi of the heart She
worked in Chicago a a seams tree in a
It I currently reported in Philadel
phia that the business house of John
Wanamaker is to be reorganized on a
joint atock baais. A charter for this
purpose, it is said, haa been filed at liur
riabnrg by two of Wanamaker's book
keepers. The development at Toledo over the
purchase of gun by members of the
American Protective association will
probably neoeaattate the ruling of a
higher court than a justice'. Efforts
will be made to crush the society, which
ia very trong.
Justice Stirling has decided that the
! house at 8 Carlton House terrace, Lon
j don, which t he 'duchess of Marlborough,
formerly Mr. Loui Hammersley of
1 New York, purchased and assigned to
the late duke, belonged to her and not
to her husband's estate.
Corbett's old sparring partner, Jim
Daly, haa begun training for hia coming
fight with Bob Fitcaimmons. Articles
' have been signed which call for a glovo
contest of four round at Buffalo at an
early date, the winner to take 75 per
cent ot the gate money and the loser S3
per cent. .,
Sandow, tha strong man, was hypno
tised by Dr. Mercereau at the College of
Physicians and Surgeon at New York.
Two-pound dumb-bells were made to ap
pear o heavy that the strong man could
not lift them, and hi limb assumed and
maintained rigidity at the will of the
The property which Governor and
Mr. McKinley conveyed to trustees
last summer when the governor was
forced to make an assignment by the
failure ot a Youugstown manufacturer
for whom he had indorsed notes has
becu transferred back to them. This la
the result of private subscriptions by
frionda of the governor.
The canal scheme to connect Georg
ian bay with Lake Ontario has passed
the committee stages. It now hat to go
to the council for ratification. If tuo-ce-tl,
the promoters promise to spend
$(ko0,000 on it. Traffic going by way
of the Erie canal will be diverted Into
Lake Ontario and through the St Law
rence river to Europe. The route It 889
miles shorter than by the Lake Erie
canal. The promoters expect to get all
the western traffic
A startling story ia circulated that
George D. B. Keim, ex-preaident of tho
Philadelphia and Reading railroad, wa
murdered. He died Deo. 17, and tht
announcement waa made that death re
sulted after a lingering illness. It it now
said that Koim was found lying on the
sidewalk near his home, his head badly
bruised and hia money gone, The sup
position Is that it was known that ha
was wealthy, and he was assaulted near
hia home and robbed. Private detect
ives have been at work on the caae and
have failed to unravel the mystery.
The San Jose (Cal.) Grange favora the
income tax bill incorporated in the Wil
ton tariff hill.
All the tunnels on the Southern Pa
cific Coast line are now completed, ex
cept No. 4, which will take a few daya
longer to finish.