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Tho Bost Novspapor
JU that give tht most and
frsshssl news. Compart, tha WEST
Him with any paper hi PolK county,
As id Advtrt!:'!.-!3 C':-l:
THZ WZOT CIS2
TKI THE LOAD IN PCtK CCVXTT. ,
1 1 1 I
$2.00 Per Year.
INDEPENDENCE, POLK COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1894.
Five Cents Per Copy.
His Character Without
The Charges Against
He Will Contluue Receiver .f
t Northern Pacific by Declaim
of Jwlffe " Jenkins,
MILWAUKEE, Oct H.-jWdP, j,m.
kill hM dismissed the tMtUin uf
Ive. et to have. hikes dhnilssed
Nimhem "Pacific receiver, nun con
firm Ppectal Master Carey's vtwi
exonerating Oake from making mon
ey out of lb Vttd Illegality, ,
iu ma decision Judge Jeiikli re
view the history of the c ana
take the rrountl that (lakes' kU1oii
a president of the Northern nvm0
wa unique. That ' white he w the
nominal head, he was not the Unit it
vial head. 11 bold Oakes bad uo
power, save aa one of th bonni of
thirteen directors, lu tho acquisition of
brunch lire and or terminals, etc.
Judge Jenkins wys lu couelwlou
The recent investigation has. j the
Judgment of the court, fully mid
pieteiy exonerated Oakcs. Ills char
acter and lutegrtty la without ot or
blemish. The petition will tbtvicfure
be dismissed." f ' , -;
The Judge aay the master In chan
cery found that Henry Vlllurd hud
made unlawful train to the aixittut
of fStCUWl in the Manitoba deal, but
but that Oaki did not kr.ow am. wa
'SSSSSSUOi OREGON ROBBERY.
cltsw ... ..' m"Ior " Fran-
iJSf ,M,"Vy bUw of turday eet
.n, The tr In,.
' o rort. out uuable
w nmkn any headway aguliMt U aa.
A rrtwu Uoi'ltiwital wln.l U I.) ....... ..
iwiii lutmr. Minf ,i.tu .ih.t
vi her omo tu jiuiujt muth, but ao far
. Aiumuvh atH'tua una bio to make
i i i i "Kn-H wuutever. When luat
'iKMCd the ttllf mill luir t.iu..
"n- nine in uu wiwrwui-.i ,,
Pilot MtapUt arrived iu at 1 oVlwIi
on the bark KlKluahlnv, and wateH
hat they iohwh1 throuah hundr.d of
Iuiiiik iunr I lie IlirhlHhlii nlu.m I!
oYtoek. thl tnornluB. Th nllot u eon.
uun.tnaruto plllnir am from the bin
Hill III IOW or till, til if M.hikm.I. nn.i
thluka Mhe luta aurely tnnie to iiUHa.
,1'ltet I'ortloer, who brouitht in Uto
t auadlaii mhlp Kxknaonl thla afle
ihhio eounra tuo remirt of in ... fti.
plea, and adda that hundmla of pit.
lug, evidently from the raft, went ail
about tho pilot aohooiier eArly Ihla
tuomliuf. Tho Monarch baa not Ueeu
wen niiico yoMterdiiy atieniooii. H.vvy
aea la runnlnit Unlay , thouijh Mho
weatlwr ' outaltlo tla iKrfooUy clear,
with but a atluht wind blowing. The
Keller will -probably bring lu liuor
uewa alwut 0 o'clock. I
l.L'MHKR MKN JKAI.OUS.
San Franelaeo, (Xt 15,-Owneili of
grades are allowing keen Interaat In
tho fata of tho bis log raft which la
mir t'oliMiibta rher. 'te8mi'h m
dflc Railway company'! undortnjking
m riuunit juuioer to uin port by no
tneana pleasea tho men eucagtHl hi the
lumber trade, aud now that the raft
i.ad probably been wwckel eauMHl
rery llttlo sorrow alonir tha water
front. Had It been uecewtully towed
into port there
la every Drobabllltr
not bound to know th-i vin,.r.i ""r Mmpera cr lutnoer wouia
An Express Box Be
lieved of $14,000.
Done Very Mysteriously
at The Dalles.
For a rox Coutalnlng Huch i Trt
ore, It Waa Handled CarrlriHly
by the Company'! Miu.
TDK DALLES. Oct 15.-fiatuMv
night at midnight robberi entered
uo oOc of tha raclno expra ai
una piaea. iney relieved Hie nuoiiji
uox or auout w,ouo iu cimii
The city ineaaeiiger, Chnrlea TlbmtH,
wiioae duty It la to meet the ulglu
tralna and keen watch lu the oltlco at
night, waa attending a dance, no l
.V X 1 111. the company' agent, met the
wifct bound train from rortlind and
received tho treaaure box coiituluttw
on tho rm-ka near Cambria, on Jro
Haii uhiIn oblapo county eoaat A
few itiliiulea after her cii'W left her
Hha broke lu two and went down.
Tho American ahlD Ivanhoc. coal laden
from H(attle for title) port, which Jha
now oocn out twenty-on auyi, i ai
imwt certainly lout. Cantalii d. Ii.
Urlttln coinmauded her and aim carried
a crew of eighteen men. Fred 3.
Oraut, one of tho proprietor of tho
Mcuttlo l'oNt lutelllgtfticcr and cx-min-iNicr
to llollvla, waa a piiawnger ou
tho I vanillic, havlna einlmrkcd on
hor to enjoy tho novelty of a aca, voy
agi. A maat and yards were Diilnted
yellow, and what waa believed by a-
meu to im a (Mirt of the floating deck
hcuae, ialnted aa waa tho lvauhoe'N
wn ahio mmui lu tho riiiiio locality.
ON TILLAMOOK COA8T.
Antorla, Oct 10. Steam achooiier
Huudorllle arrived from tho Hlunluw
thl arternoou, Mhe mot wltli an hcx:I-
dent off NcUuIimii yeatertlay morning
by having a plug blown from her
boiler, letting all tho water out. (the
rataed a amaU Mill and managed to
keep her head to the e& until
damage waa reiialred. Capt
aay that yehreday'a north wiwter
waa the heavlent tliat he ever extterl
uutHHl. From off tho Tillamook bar
tho llitndorllto piianed lot of drifting
piling, which Capt Wluant ta'Dovoa
to have como from tho big raft.
OTHER t'OA8T LOH8K8.
Awtorla, Oct. lit The meamer Kan
THK CZAR'8 UKAIril.
The Fastest Mile Ever
Made that Way.
It Was Hidden Behind
The Half Mile In 50 9 S Meeonda aud
the Complete Mile In Let
Doctor Do Not Olvo a Very
HL lHerbnrg, Uct ift.The Official
Mi'NMWgor thl aftmoon twtted a
Kpeelnl edition contnlnlua llm fitllow.
lug bulletin ordered by I'rt f leyden
and Or. Haralchln, 1'opolf and Bl
juiniioir, iNMued today after a conaul
tatlon between tho phyKlclunx:
rlflwaxe of tho kidney nhnwa no
Improvement Ilia niaJeMiy'a atrength
ha dlmlnUhcd. The tilivniclun In at
tendance hope for the cllmuto of the
Noiiui wui ot mo Crimea to mtve a
lNiiellclul effect npon fie ImalUi of
C:t ef all to Lwrtnic; Powers-Ut U.&Gort XL-crt
MACIIAMICXTO, Oct. lfl.-Otto7.elg
If.fV2 ,w Ma lowrw ,h world' one mile nation wlT be reZ.U for
wniS! ,,Uyd t" 'WH ,UJ irocturT In alg month
uJT hVBll,,BI- . 8'l- y Jolm, in an month.
THE CONTRACT LET.
Olympln, Oct JO. Tho contract for
the couatructlon of the caoltol foun
dation wa awarded to Llllla ft Tucker
of Tacema for m.m. tot a waU of
miteen Incite of ton aud alxteon
' Incbe of brick. Olympla aaadatone
i to be uea. it u expected the roun-
M. Jolinmiii, to 1:80 flat Meveial of
the watche made It l;44-5. He beat
hi pacemaker under the wire.
Thl mite of Kclglor' 1 the foment
ever mude s bicycle. It wa done
with a flying atnrt, and ho waa paced
THEY BEAT BRECKINRIDGE.
The Tlrelevi t'litnpalgu Wagt-d by the
Energetic Women af Kentucky.
The fight agalnt Col. W. C, P,
by tandem team, .ue taking hint to Breckinridge, which ended Meet. IMh
the three-eighth, another to tho Ave- In hi defeat, wa tho nut raiuoua
iiMw. tie men. in company .. with tiorme, which arrived turn ancrnooii eightim aud a third took him to the political truggle In Urn hlatory or
City W.ttchman Ulbuona. drove to the from the Hhudaw, bring new or the oiiUnme. Tho atart wa a line one Kentucky.'. For four month and a
otttcc, ticpoaltcd the box limlile near achooiier DhuIcImoii, which wa on the and the quarter waa made In 20 3-5 half the light had been waged. It be-
the door and about lUH) p. m. left for "lh aplt at that plaew a week ag aocond. Tho pick up by the aocond gn ahortly afur the victory of Mad-
the iMwtotliee to deliver ton until which and wa pulled off after mintalulug tandfin teom waa beutlfollv dui. aline Pollard In hr .ni n.in.i
caoio on the anme train. City Mar enu damage.. Who l now dlwharg- Not a fraction of a mn-ond wa loat Brecklurldge at Waablugtou. and the
mini iiiniiKcuy roue uaca to tno ex- er raw i norvuew, lui'TiHiui away Hd tlie pacemaker with women of the conitreanloual dhttrtci
prwet oltlce with tho agent, where wncu h wui Deacit for repair. Miie 'Miihr no clone libou Uimu that ther which he renreaented at one kM
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uii'j wwi at. Biutrijr, ihiit oi iiv " umikihi nue a triplet team, tuo naif wora to prevent ui reflection
uaue (sauonai Dana, nailing to ro- iHr-r 4Uiii.rr uu.i mu. p.t wa paawm in tho pheiioiu- The Hume wa clearly drawn ajralnt
Portland and Her Mur
. der Mystery.
The Pests and Our Fruit
What Prluk awl i ambling Ha Done
for Van)' Yoouf
eelve hla money and platni It lu the lxldea eonaldernblo f wight cmikM
uiaktug unlawful gain In the hhiiiI
anion or ue Manitoba road by the
Aortnern mine, and that lu itio
Kocxy ork deal no uulnwful ijtiln
naa neea made by the Northen, l'a
clHc dtrectora, and Oakee wa not only
free from blame, but had he done
otherwlae than bo did, bo would have
been open to the Jtwt crttlclam of
cither lacking the bunlueiu . augaclty
to be expected of one In hi blitu of-
flclal poaltlonor of havlug aerlouNly
neglected the great lutercu ceMiult
ted to hla charge. Concerning the Chi
cago NoruM-rn raclllc deal the
court agreed with the niaxter that the
deal wa exorbitant aud that with
repect to the tiraimavtlou, Ouke wu
not guilty of negligence . in the dis
charge of hla dotlei. It) concliiHliin the
dtvtaloa auya Xim chargi aaalnat
Oake are unrounded in fact and with
out aupport or evidence.
IMPORTS AND EXI'ORTK.
Table of ComparlMon for Like Per
loda of lard and WU.
Waahlngton, Oct 15. Tho bureau
' of statistic of Import and domentlc
export of the I ulttd R(att fur the
mouth of 8etteniber. aud imi,
j and for tlie nine muntlm paxt of the
present calendar year, give the fol
lowing table of apu-lul feature of
Export of merchacdl, 1SSVI, $22,
02C.7IW; 1MM, $ril,(KW..sKS. ImMris of
norehandlne, 1SU, $I,H.312; im.
$!V8!),510. KxjMirt of doiuifitlc mer
chundlne for la.st nine nioitha amount
to $5TT.047.O'., ngaiiMt $U)3,2l,873
for anme time in 1MO. The luiiiort
, of iiieri'lminllse during ulue month of
liflM. amounted to t"M,:TJ,iM mid for
tho ime time lait year. J(l2.)..lVi"2.
During (he nine mouth of lfM the
rxcetM of gold cxi)itn over lniorta
wa $73,00319 and of fcilvcr i'.,5Sl.
589. . ....
THE WASHINOTON CA PITOfi.
Olympla, Oct 15.-BM for coimtnic-
ting the foundauon oi tne new cap
itol were opened today, but owing to
many comulli'atloim and hiikdhih,
the capltol commlaalon were unable to
decide until tomorrow which wan the
lowest There were twt nty-two bid,
the hlghcet being from Chicago, -at
$105,000, while thoMe of Dounld Mo
Itae, Cameron & Anhenfelter, Hcnttle,
and Llllla Tucker, Tacoma, were
among the lowest being under fio.aw.
The Stone Cutter' aaaoclntton of Se
attle aent a letttr to lie read to the
hinder, calling attention to the fact
that atone cutter' wage were $4.50
for eight hour, payable In I' tilted
State currency, Saturday noon.
GOING TO THE ORIENT.
Oct. 15. -The
ateamahlp Emprca of Indlu JJ,1
hi. .rtmivn for the Orient. She had
aeventy-two saloon and 410 Chinese
passenger. a of the latter' .lug
from the United States, trery
of freight room wa occlcd. the car
so being chiefly flour, fr which there
f aVenormoui demand in the Orient
at present . ,, , .
Among the passengers were Citpt
Cavendish and Capt DuBoulay. B 1 1
bdi armr officers who have been dep
uted b7 the Mtm foreign otllce to
follow the Chinese and Japanese arm
rrespectlvely. In the capac ty of
military attache and carefully ob
serve their tactics. "
. A SHORT fhJiit.
The three men entered the office and
toeing that something wa wrong with
the Iwix, Immediately began an Iiives
tlKntton, which resulted In llndlng only
fl.OiW In Rllver left In the box. The
tha example of the!"'' orne dox had ikm-u nrokeu open
Coney Maud. 'Oct 13.-In lean than
four roiimU tonight Joe WolN.tt, of
Buaton, Tom O'Uotirke'a colored tight
er, Nuccoeded lu stopping Auxtlu tStb
lion, the Palerson llghtwelttht, aud
at tho same time pushed hi right
to the front of hi own class. Tho
tight wa to ten rounds, but th pace
wa too, fast for the Jersey mau aud
no waa practically out, aner a luut'
hauder had sent hitn to thu floor;
HEAVY1, REWARD. ,
Portland.1 Oct 13.-U I stated that
Uto Pacific expreae comiwoy will dffer
a reward of f-',.iOO for the arrtt or
The Dalles robber.
NOT SO BAD IN CHINA
REPORTS OF DAMAGE TO AMERI
CANS EXAGGERATED, i
The Month of the , Mhts gfilppl River,
the New Tariff Law and Other
"Opeii" ucittioiiR. ;
KfLLY'8 COXBY UUlOADB.
n-Mii rl.. Oct. LWOcn." Chns.
regiment or tne w ta
lngton, has ' comptcu! "" ': '. ,
oMh; i.ew Industrial mJ,J'
stead of going across tl e oM nt
he will th time oirwi .
lorce. toward Han .To J
ductiv. regions that He aloitjf tnni
secure -signatures to a
petition for tho relief f a,ZS
and Incidentally to "lTn
tlons of supplies for tho ny
Sly lecreaslng in numbers at the
bii-tout con.er of Eight" and I' rank
bo established In Tarteus parts of uj
state with tho IntonUon of masning
fore at Sacramento during the nut
,.,Hlon of the
New York, Oct. 15.-Hops dull; Pa
cific coast, 4c088'4c. n1ir, ..mnnd
poor; No. 2 red winter, 4s Vfifl.
s)riug. 4s 5(1. sfcady;
i at jjonuon, ii""-
WASHINGTON. Oct. 13.-A othle-
gram w! received at tno state' tte
partiucnt rnmi United Ktattf Minister
Deuby at Pckln, rtatlug that tie re-
jHirtH of da'iger to American resldcuw
of Peklu are exuberated. There ha
iHi'ti only i -me instance of an attack
ou American and adiHinate punish
uient w;u .meted cut to the perpetra
tors. , ' , ' ;
with an Instrument made from a steel
drill with one end crooked and sharp
ened which they found mi tlie floor
near H The robber titnl lied to
pry tho taple from It position, but
falling, had nrokeu too lever orr the
padlock. Aside from thl tool and a
lug of hide, and aalmou, llurd &
DaveniMirt of Florence lost about
$l,mgi on lumber washed overboard,
and the loss to tho vessel will prob
ably be f .'.
Taeoma, Oct Id A ledger special
from Ocosta say the schooner Corlu-
na iiarkiu wnicn went ashore on
Peterson's isilnt this mornlug waa
trying to beat ttito harbor during the
night while a heavy wind, almost a
gale, was blowing. Tho sen wa run
ning high aud tlie vigorous motion the
enally fast time of 50 8 0 seconds, lonr- the man who had violated tbe roar
ing .eigier a run minute in which to riago tie and defied the moral code.
make the last half In order to beat J At first there wa a strong public
uio recorci. , sentiment iu ravor or .Breckinridge.
Around the turn the wheelmen fairly But a the women banded together,
flew. Near the three-quarter pole Del- and worked among their father, bus
urn aud lluiiililln were getting under band aud brothers, Ms supporter be
way and by the time thu other came gan to fall away from him. Thus Mr.
up they wore at their full SKed. This Zeko Clay, owner of (Musi acre of
wa auothcr p'trrect jilek-np and the blue grass land, and one of Breckln
wheelmen at the scow were fulrly ridge' early supporter, wa convert
ireiiiiiiing wiin excitement and ou- ed vy hi wife and came out for W
tiiusiasm a . tho watches ticked off U. Owens, the oppoucut Another
ixu .eigier still nnd 27 3-5 wwud advocate of tho congreman who
in which to equal Johnson' record, wa converted by his wife wa Asher
few track in the street there I no vessel was subjected to. finally carried I and there wa no reason to fear he G. Caruth. meiuber of eoiiarMa fn.m
cute wnatever.tnni can oe lraee so away her rudder. uft helpless, she would not beat It, Tor the rresh tttndem the Louisville district. Mr. Caruth
far a knowu at prerout That only I drifted down off Peterson's point and riders were bringing him dowu the had been eugnged a one or the at
one or two men participated lu the wa there driven ashore, At low tide cvursa at a tremeudous rate or sixh-iL torney to defend tJol. Breckinridge
rouoery is eriueui uuiu me ibii uniimm is practically kigu anu ury. All vitntn auout sixty jsrds or tbe in tne pollard suit but hla wife 1j
tne nutay suver . waa iiirowu astue. the crow escaped unhurt except Peter wire. Zotgler. who had been riding duced him to withdraw from lb cat,
Tho gold stolen welghiHl considerably lvterwni, who wa drowned,
over oue hundred wounds, I " ,
THINGS LIVELY IN WALES,
A LAUGK GANG.
l.'matllla County' Contingent to the
y Penlteutlary Cattle Thieves.
, Pendleton, Or., Oct. l.l.-Elevcn
prisoner go from Umatilla county to
the penitentiary thl term of court,
majority of them for stealing stock,
Swansea, Wales, Get 10.-H fa esti
mated that Musi tons or tin plate
were iisuied hero today on board
steamer bound for America, The
stocks of tin plate are lower than for
almost ou tho top of his fresh and Mrs, Luke Blackburn Influenced
siHsiiy pnocmnknr. could wait no many of tlie leadlua society women
longer, ami, snootuig out to one aido or Kentucky to work against Brack
he new past thtm and passed under Inridge, and Mary Desha, sister or
the wire a already stated In frae-ICol. Breckinridge's former wife, came
tlon under 1:,V
NOT AN A. P. A. ANNEX.
WASHINGTON. Oct Kl-Chalrman
llubcock of the republican congresslon-
out In a strong public appeal to tbe
women or tne blue grass ree on to aid
in securing his" defeat Col. Breckln
ridge stumped the district delivering
nearly one hundred speeches, but
very row women were present at any
m. m.I..hIIM P I i.i, P.tSS ulnal I ti at.tj.b I . . . . I " " '
John Sharp, four years: W. E. White, C ZTZLZrXl " rw man who
tw.i viitM! .IiilhiA Hmlth. iini vi'ap:
' ! I fAltns'Att f Anh lumMHiitniDiin
Alvln Kdlnger, elgiitMn months; Gay wutr.n.-UK luku i.ir-niir-nii.u is
Clark, one year. Clark w as forced to
marry a young luiiy Before going to
the tM'iilti'Utlary, the ccri-trony being
IM-rforuM-d hy a justice lu the Jail.
A TREMENDOUS CROWD.
SAX FRANCISCO YESTERDAYS
He Say the Massee of tbe People of
Oregon Are Desirous of Uga
latloti Favorable to Silver.
Columbus, O., Oct. 15. A tremen
dous crowd attended tlie McKlulcy
meeting tonight The great rink Is
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 10,-Judgn
WIIIIhiu P. Loni. itovereor-clcct of
roomy euough to accommodate 4,000 Oregon, Is a guest ut the Paluce hotel
Jmlge Ad rocatc-Gencial 1-m ey of
the navy department, has Just re urned
to axhlngton from New Orleans,
where he completed the purchai'e of a
tract of laud adjoliilng- the slt for a
Irr dH-k at Algiers, opiNsilie lu city
The price pnld wiis $47.iNi, Th 'proa
M'ct of establishing a great dr;'dK'k
mid naval station at the mouth of thu
Mississippi has directtd the attention
of the military nuthorltc to the, :tdvls-
ablllty of extending a prernl li?nie
of coast defeuse to that point. !lt Is
felt that the absence of niodo'O de
fenses at the mouth of the grea river
is a fatal weakness In the goner il "sys
tem, as it would afford an one ity an
opiwrturiity of cutting the country In
two and paralyzing Internal courtirce.
Another compllcntlon has nrlrcn re
garding the free alcohol section of the
new tariff law, .
Secretary Carlisle, owing to the fail
ure of congress to make the necessary
aitproprlatlon, Is unable to put tlte law
Into effect. Notwithstanding tte so
rctary's dinlslon, It Is contetulo I that
alcohol used lu the lino ails, etc., is
free 'since August 2Sth. ,
..n mniWnte: new crop,
Till . ft Id II i l Uh TV i " ' -
IDA WW' ', -"whpnt 82c
soraeth ng oexier, """". f.71c for
C87c; Walla Walla; wheat 07.c wr
f!ilr average; 55c & OSc for No. , ana
LONDON, Oct. l.-.-DlKpntches to
the Times from Tien Tsln, whU h Will
bn published tomorrow, cay tb.it the
Pel Yanit souadron has been able to
leave tbe dry dock completely refitted
with a magazine and filled and other
wise fitted for active serv'ce.
An Imperial edict has been published
at Pckln assuming for the government
full rcsDouslblllty for the proieclon or
foreign residents and punishing (cer
tain culprits wna navo taken pan in
iwi.n6 iiHsau ts on travelers. . nue
edict assures strangers that tiled per
wins nnd tirwerty -will bo, prelected
br the sword. Chinese overture for
peace Having rncn rejeuiuu wnuwui
a hearing, the war now enters onthe
chronic stage demanding an appeal
t, h Intent forces or tne empire.
The latter are destrrinea as iming
nnito ificnt. but. It Is added theyf re-
riiiiio time In order to ornui nein.
The Ch!fi;'fs government Is prepared
itmmrh ri ltictantl.v. to engage in a pro-
tracied conflict. The party In power
reeo'nilxc tin urgency of .radical mu
:nv nnd fiscal reforms. If a quea-
io' or how lonf the iiatunv cohesion
will bear tho struln of a at war.
The danger lis. tho correspotv ent adds,
that the revolu;! .i may be ft llowed by
prolonged ftnnrcl.;,'. ' ; r
A HEAVY .WGNM.'-JNT. ' r.
Denver, Oct. 15.-The Tabo.' Amusc
nient company aealgnod this afternoon
after the court was asked to arrange
a apttlcment of the amount due from
Z Tsbor to Mrs. Smith, who
loaned him $260,000 some time ago In
Ser to prevent the foreclosure of
.......rnffB on tne iu"'
nnerft house. Ihl
IHKjple, but tonight It held fully twice
that number. Men aud women liter
ally fought for admission. Stretched
over the platform In tlie rink was a
banner which picture McKlnley and
the word, "For president iu 1WS1."
The governor spoke for an hour and a j
. VTIIIS IS GOOD NEWS.
with his wife. Judge Lord and his
wife extH'ct to. remain lu the city a
few days, and will then leave for the
Eust ou a pleasure trip, going by way
or Denver and St. Ioula to Delaware,
where Jiiii'o Lord will sts'iid some
time with his parents.
U lu-re Is a growing sentiment In
Informal la being prlntt-d
ror general circulation a A. p. A. lit
erature, and which charge n-ptibll
cans with Mag In sympathy with that
organisation. 'Jiie pamphlet consists
largely or newapatver letter from
Wnshlngbw which profess to give
facts going U substantiate the charges.
Discussing tie matter, Mr. Rabcock
said: "The story Is made out of
whole cloth. This publication I but
tho climax of uumerou efforts that
have been made to connect this Com
mitten with the A. P. A. Many cf
fort have been made to find ground
ror charglug such connection. Men
and women have called personally here
at our hcadouartor aud asked ror
literature or this ordir, and when we
have replied we hr.d uo time ror dl
trlbutlon we have been appealed to to
had been won over by the colonel'
eloquence, and possibly by a reeling
of sympathy for the under dog, that
he was cut one morning on the street
of Lexington by three Indies in suc
cession. To thj third one ho pro-
"Pardon me, air." she replied coldly.
"i no not kbow you," ,
iwni anow me, miss ." be ex
claimed, "you liave known , me all
"You are. mistaken," she said. "I
am not acquainted witli any man who
wear a Hreckinrldge button."
That button wa replaced by an
uwens- uauge the next day,
so it went all through tlie hot cam
paign. Tne inmicuce or the women
was making Itself felt steadily and
know where It could be obtained. To silently. And at tho close of the
Shaniookln, Pa., Oct' 15, Tbe Burn
side and North Franklin collieries of
Philadelphia, and the Heading Con!
and Iron company, employing Lots)
men and 'boys, resumed operations
this morning, after an Idlem-ss of six
Hickory Swamp mine, of the I'lilon
Coal company, employing 4(M) work-
men, also resumed Unlay,
favor of the rree coinage or silver." this we have responded that we did campnlgn wheu the vote were Anally
not kuow, as we had no conucctlou couuam u was rouua mat tne isrsist-
with either the A. 1. A. or any other ent work or the women, although
order. We havs msdo the same nply they had no votes, had salved tlie
to letters or tho same character." political strength or out who had been
"As a matter or fact" he nthled, among the most popular men lu the
"as much as a yerr ago 1 gavo In- state lu the day before he was round
suld Judge Lord, In shaking or the
political situation lu Oregon ut tlie
Palme lust evening. 'That Is only
among the musses, however, and not
among the commercial classes. The
way In which that subject was hand
led on our platform had considerable structlotis to the secretaries of coin
to do with the sacecss of our ticket mlttees to avcld all appearance of
I find that the people of Oregon at- connection wtUi any orgnnlxatlon of
tribute tho Industrial dltllctiltles, , the whatever kind or character, except
decline In the price of products, and I republican committee.
FIRE AT MARSHFIELD.
the depreciation of proMrty value to
the tlcmoiicttxatu n of silver, and they
believe there will lie no return of
Marshfleld. Or.. Oct. lWoscpb prosperity unlll sliver Is re-mot.ctUed
Lnndo' warehouse bui-ned tonight. It
contained groceries and tho loss Is
THE NEW YORK POLICE.
Art Exceedingly Unsavory Mess
,i ' ' ; Brought to Light : V
New 'York, Oct; KL-Pollceman Cnl
lnhitu's "pull" was tho subject of In
quiry today by the Ia-xow committee. Clul classes are bl-metalllsts, but only
ii nil placed on nn etniallty with gold.
How that Is to lie brought about Is a
subject of dispute between tho politi
cal parties. 'Jhey are all, practically.
bl-metalllsls, but the question of
whether silver should Iks restored
through nutlcuul legislation or by au
International agreement Is the ques
tion on which the argument hinges,
populists are after the free and unlim
ited coinage of silver. The commer-
PORTLAND, Get ld.-Mrs. Mary
A rata, wife of Louis Anita, died In
this city last evening, aged 20 years.
tinder circumstances which left no
dotiht In tho minds of physician that
had been called' In the previous day
that she was the victim of au abortion
committed by Mrs, Dr. Brunko, and,
In fact, deceased liefore dying con
fessod to the fact to Dr. Fenton.
After this fuct was obtained. Cor
Tho defeat of Breckinridge was
hailed with rejoicing by women all
over the land. It waa perhaps the
most dramatic manifestation they had
over given of their power In, politics.
loung people are often heard to
complalu of tli social advantages
which are offordod them In the couu
try districts. They express a desire
to remove to some village, town, or
city in order that they may have bet
ter social advantages. To us this ap
pear more Imaginary than real. We
hare become acquainted, and assocl
oner fni-ii.-iiim ttn mlviHPd i.f the ated with iHople In the country, vll
deathand decided to hold a nost mort- .'"go. town nnd city, nnd we have at-
doc pot aueci
SOUTH CAROLINA AGAIN.
... ,,itr,n Oct 15. Governor uiu
WlfhCarlM hns looked
C-ns wltt Com Soner Miller of the
)I OOUW" t
probably be referred to
a,. mrx AV avaAoR.
iortituid.-wh.t-ya u-y. w
71V;; Walla Walla, am M 02 c'
Isnrv law of
A 'matter will P"""'"' 1
W Attorucy-Gcneral Olney
James Smith, who keeps n restauraut
on Greenwich itwi't told how the
officer came to hi place Intoxicated
one day last week and threatened him
with' l revolver and took hlin to the
police station. Lawyer Moss told the
committee the, police commissioners
would be called upon to explain why
Callahan and other brutal and drunk
en officers were , oroilttod to re
main on tho force undisciplined. Jos
Fraukel, a saloonkeeper, told of pay
Ing Policeman Shelvey $5 a week for
"protection" and of having been ur-
rested on a trumped-up charge aud
bulldozed Into paying $2M) lor the
assistance of "Sliver Dollar" Smith
to save him from state's prison.
Frankel was dlscmrrged without, n
hearing by the police Justice after tin
money bad been paid. Counsel Goff
In tho sense that they believe silver
should be restored through an Inter
national agreement That will never
come, In my opinion. England would
never ngrc. to It The republicans de
clared themselves In favor of tho res
toration of silver through national
legislation, That plank lu our plat
form was oue of the causes of the big
republican victory In Oregon."
JUDGE SCOTT OF OMAHA.
lias an Insatlablo Desire for Editor
Omaha, Oct. 10,-Tho desire of Edi
tor Koscwutor of the Bee, who Is
charged with libel by 'ex-Sheriff Ben
nett to bo tried by some Judge other
than Judge O. It. Scott, who Is notor-
Subsequently Chief of Police Mlnto
was consulted In the premises, aud
he summoned Deputy District At tor
ney Dan. J. Malarkey, which resulted
In the filing of au Information against
Mrs. Dr. E. Rrunke. of 107 West Park
street, V'harglng her with manslaugh
ter by criminal malpractice.
Tno deceased woman leaves three
children, one 4 years of age, another
2 years, ami the third 11 months old.
At 2:.'K) Uils afternoon Detective
Grlllllii and : Holsnpplo arrested the
doctores at her residence. At the po
lice station In".' bond was fixed at
rived at the conclusion that the only
disadvantage of any consequence, un
der which the jieoplo of the country
labor In their social relations is the
distance they have to overcome. It
Just simply requires more energy and
activity lu tho country for ono to
avail himself of social advantages
equal to those enjoyed by urban com
munities. . ; - - s
Wo -have found, on the average,
that people of the country, vlllogo,
town imd city1 are about equally in-
telllgent refined and cultured; that
while the one luuy have advantages
over the other In some lino of dovel-
$5,01X1 which nt a late hour she had not opment or knowledge, it Is offset by
furnished. I equal auvuinnges in some oiuer ni-
LATER'- I ruction possessed ny the. others; it
The coroner's Inrv tnnhrht found ilint Is not where people live, but how well
Mrs. Anita came to her death from a U" mnko of their opportunities,
called I tho committee' attention to Um tiiHly and violently pr-Jtidlced in tho criminal operation performed by Mrs. that determines what characters each,
registration of paupers and criminal premises, caused trouble today. On r)r. Brunke, The prisoner was re- Individually, will bulltt ami the kind
released from Black well's Island, Goff
tho editor's ninstil t the other five
said 6(X inmates of the workhouse juoge iney iieciii.ii m near me. erne
had been released without Judicial pro-
ceodlng. Counsel Goff assured the
commit too that when the time was
ripe they would bo asked to consider
tbe offense ot ingnor oinciais man
police i commissioners., ,
DAMAGE TO SHH'PINO.
and cited the editor to impinr at 01
o'chs'k tomorrow for trial, When
Judge Scott was notified of I lie Jit Ige'
decision he declared the casv could not
bo transferred from the criminal
branch of the court. He then made an
order nullifying the action of the five
Judges and notlfjlng Itosewater to ap
pear before him for trial. While court
was in session ho said: "There is no
ot society, taken collectively, they will
furulsh the community In which they
dwcll.-Jottrnal of Agriculture. i r
leased on bnii.
Liverpool, Oct. 10. Hops at Lon
don, Pacific coast steady; demand
moderate; tew crop, 2 10stJ2 15. The Pendleton Tribune claims the
Now Yorok. Hops dull and heavy; author of "Two Little Girls lu Blue"
state, common to choice, 30c; Pacific and "Sweet Marie" ns a.formor Pen
const 4W((7c. . dletoulan.
San Francisco. Wheat 70Mi77 for The Salem woolen mills will pay
No. 1 shipping, with 74 3-4 for choice out $3,000 for wood, $00,000 for wool
UST ,. mWailed nlonir the law to take this case oft my docket ?ff?n; milling wheat 8260876; and $40,000 for labor tho coming year,
Northern Pacific coast since Saturday and wUI. .tarthora. If there Is wjua vvjiua -Maw exchanges
last ha undoubtedly caused wide- any monkeying about It some ono Is mm for No. i, ati
spread'disaster.to shipping. At leant Kolng to be c ted to appear for con- fL00 , wheat
three schooner are known to have tempt, and 1 think I am pretty, good "!LJ52j
K.,-. l.ofl Thnrn urn arava iv.n. authority OU COntelllPt." , , pOOr, KOd WCBtem,
been wrecked, There are grave rea
son for believing that tho American
ship Ivanlioo has been lost with all
on board, and there Is little doubt that
Southern Pacific company' raft of
authority ou contempt.'
BETTER THAN A SPEECH.
Cnl Oct lG.-IIon. Jns.
domocratlc candidate ; for
spring, 4s 4d;
do winter 4s.
Portia nd.Wheat-Valley, 70c; Wal
la Walla, Ol'jiUl'Vic. '
ten thousand soars and piles valued at
over $30,000 ha been broken by the rAo at a 'tlro hore today, was knocked
elements, xne news oi mo udu.ww
day, it 1 thought will show atlll
greater losses. From Tacoma tho
schooner Nora Ilnrkln to reported
wrecked at tho entrance to Gray's har
bor, ana one seaman wa drowned.
Report were also received there
this afternoon , of tho wreck of the
achooner Portia at Stewarts' point
down and narrowly escaped serious
Injury. His clothes were destroyed
by lire and water.
coming" to oregon'likely.
MORTON IN COURT.
Now York. Oct, 10,-Levl P. Morton's worked by tholr owners.
coachman, John J. Howard, who : has age value of cultivated farms Is $4,350,
James A. Campbell, a former i Eu
gene man, is running for police Judge
of San Francisco. L. R, Elicit,' a for
mer Albany man, Is running for re
election ns mayor of San Francisco.
Congressman Dinger Hermann win
remain In Orogou uutll tho December
term of congress.
Four-fifths of Oregon farms are
been detained at Ellis Island as a con.
tract laborer, and whose return to
England , was ordered by Secretary
Carlisle, today signed a petition for a
writ of habeas corpus whlch'hls at-
and the averago encumbrance $1,301.
Oirden. Oct. 13. In tho district court
the jury found Decamp, McConnell
Portland, Oct lOth.-Thn hist mur
der myetery has carcely yet been a
nlue day' wonder, aud nlrea.lv In.
terest is dying out Early lu tbe
week X. N. Streves, an attor.iey of
shady reputation, was arrested, And
la' In tlie week be and "Buico"
Kelly were Indicted. The theory of
the police 1 that Kelly did the deed
la the employ of Steevea. Kelly has
DRAWING THE LINK. ,
Inventor Not to Be Allowed to Claim
Every Slight Improvement
-The recent decision of Judge Ache
son against one of the numerous
claims of Mr. Edison to b tbe only
original inventor of everything, em
bodies a definition of public policy lo
the encouragement and protection of
Invention that I not new, but U w
often obscured that It resummon la
important Thl policy to well ex
plained In tome observation of the
supreme court quoted by Judge ache
eon. Tlie process of development la
manufacture create a corstant de
mand for new appliance which the
kill of ordinary workmen and en
gineer la generally adequate to de
vise aud which Indeed are the natural
and proper outgrowth of aucb devel
opment Each step forward prepare
tbe way for the next and each I
usually - taken by spontaneous trial
and attempt In a hundred different
Places. "To grant a single party a
monopoly of ev try slight advantage
irade, except where tho exercise of
Invention nouiewhat above ordinary ,
mechanical or engineering skill It dis
tinctly shown, I unjust In principle
and injurious in it ranaequence."
It 1 not possible to define exactly
by geiM.rai statute : "the creative
work ot that Inventive faculty which
it waa the purpose of Ore constitution
and patent law to encourage and re
made a partial confession, in which ward." Even tbe officials or the pat
he say it wa the Intention to bold nt office cannot alway discriminate
Sayre in confinement for a time, but
doe not aay wheu or how he waa to
be rebwaed with aafety to bis cap
tor. It la. urndsed that It wa the
plan to shanghai Say res, but this
seem scarcely possible, since he waa
73 year of age and ship captain do
not want decrepit old meu in their
crew, Kelly' uecktte wa found at
the probable scene of tlie killing, on
llw river bank, lying near Sayre'
battered bat aud there Is evidence
that Kelly came home late that night
covered with mud and Iu.rned hi
clothing, it is believed that unless
more evidence develop it will bo
Impossible to convict Kelly or murder
in .the Drat degree, since It will be
bard to prove that he Intended to kill
him at first but only did so in a strug
gle when he resisted being kidnapped.
Just what evidence there la nitalnst
steevea baa not yet transpired. He
waa counsel ror W. O. Allen, defend
ant In law suit brought by Sayre to
the amount of about $15,000, but bow
It would profit either Allen or his
attorney to have Sayre put out of
the way haa not yet been made plain.
Allen la not suspected of complicity
in the matter, and yet an attorney
would scarcely murder his client's op
ponent unless bis client desired It
There la a mystery of motive not yet
made plain, that leads to the conclu
sion mat the bottom of he affair haa
vj no means yei ueon rt-aencu.
Bealdcc lu usual collection of touch
and professional criminals, the county
Jail now contains an unusual number
of men who have held pes'tiens of
trust and couuden?e in the commun
ity and have violated them without
any excuse except bad habit aud In
nate depmtlty, sad examples of the
old doctrine or total depravity. The
lutest or these Is Stcov.s, egalust
whom lies this serious churn.' or mur
der. Another Is Bnt'" the rt. fsult
Ing bookkeeper or the Oregon Ian aud
the Sunnyslde I-and company whose
trial will be held In a few days. Af
ter a disappearance of about two
year he wa brought back test
spring from Kansas and has been In
Jail ever since. Harold Pllklntrton.
convicted ot embesxlement Is await
ing sentence. He 1 a young attorney
aud son of Dr. Pllklngton, a Portland
physician well knowu throughout the
state. Another is Charles II. Ashby.
formerly a clerk in the wholesale
drug house of Snell, Heitahu & Wood
ard, arrested for passlhg worthless
checks. His downfall Is caused by
drink and gambling, but the root of
tho difficulty seems to be a streak of
moral Irresponsibility in his nature.
Relnhatt, a systematic defaulter In
large wholesale house, is another!
of this class of prisoners. This line
of thought suggests that the Portland
bar ha been getting it rather heavy
of late. Two are under conviction for
crime. One has had two trials and Is
awaiting a third, and three are under
Indictment or awaiting the action of
the grand Jury. There are enough at
liberty, however, to do all the legal
business, good and bad, that offers.
Thl. Say res case coming on so soon
after the appointment of John Mlnto
chief of police, gave him an opportun
ity to demonstrate his abilities as a
peace officer. No such prompt, vigor
ous and successful police work has
becu none here in years, and those
who felt Inclined to criticise the ap
pointment of Mr. Mlnto on the ground
that Hunt had made a s'ood chief are
forced to admit that the city Las lost
nothing by the change. Mlnto's
friends aro delighted, ns it only bears
out whit they have sierslstently
lalmed, that he has no equal as un
officer In tlie state. We will need Just
sucn a man tins winter.
Detwecn what Is merely a steo in
general development and what 1 an
absolute exercise of Invention. If an
improvement Is such a can be exact
ly described and it la found on ex
amination that it 1 not covered by a
previous patent protection la granted
to it as a matter of form, leaving to
the patentee the task of defending or
enforcing hla right Thus the actual
interpretation of the- patent law, or
rather the . actual determination
whether an invention la or la not aucb
a the patent law are Intended to
protect, necearily falls ; upon the
courts, and while tbe personal discre
tion of Individual Judge may lead to
occasional contradictions, the general
policy of the United State courts la
by Oils time fairly settled and com
A practical Invention, an exercise
ot the creative faculty of actual serv
ice to mankind, the court will always
protect, but they are leoa and les dis
posed to sanction the claims of " prof ee
slonal .inventor to common Improve
ments and thu to gruit- to Individ
ual a monopoly of that which -belong
to the public. Invention baa be
come of late so much & matter of bus
iness that the patent law, which were
designed for the protection or the In
dividual inventor, have been in count
ies case distorted to the jmew tiro-
tectlon or corporate monopolies. Com
panies with large capital, controlling
a great uumber or patents, are thua
enabled not oily to tax the public
unreasonably, but actually to discour
age and repress the exercise or tlie In
ventive faculty lu those who are not
subservient to them. This Is a nils
Use ot statutory protection for which
tlie court are not entirely -without re
sponsibility, and It Is, therefore, the
mere significant that ther hava IstPiv
shown a disposition to correct this
evU and to place the law of patent
upon a more equitable basis of public
WANTS AMERICAN SONG BIRDS
The state board of horticulture was
In session Saturday and Monday. The
secretary and tlie district commission
er submitted their reports to- go In
tne biennial report to the legislature.
From these It seems that the fruit
Industry In Oregon Is in great peril.
Pests and dlseaseB have spread to
districts formerly free from them and
there Is ho power lodged In the board
to prevent It New ones are being
Introduced Into the state from Infect
ed regions In other states and tho
board cannot stop them. It Is plainly
apparent that If the fruit Industry Is
to be kept from destruction nnd be
made tlie great rource of state wealth
It might well become In ft few yours,
an ample protective mcaslire must tie
passed by the next legislature. The
board, or some other authority, should
bo given the power to compel owners
of Infected trees and fruit to purify
them upon penalty of having them
destroyed as a nuisance, and nn ef
fective quarantine should be estab
lished against all importations of
trees and fruit Proper regulation of
tho fruit . Industry means millions of
dollar to the Btote of Oregon, The
filnrtwnvYtrts-in Ari 1(1 Hmt HI niilrhniv, I fnnnmr xrU m'aUlint tnmniWnW 111 ihl
ut,tniiu;ii vsi. i -au vjvjt, iviai nnuiii I uvj v yiwv Vvi"i.v.i , r .. , - ... M A , .
KAn,nMA u ij I ni(.J ..invr TW -Hf will I 1111(1 KIHk kUULj OI UQ UlltUiyttJU uUlil
...ntonna" In .VnUvnatv It ii nmhnlit ha laail.ul 111! Which enuft WreCKlUg OUTing MO A. IV. V. SWIM!. 0011X0 SIlOUlU 06 ClOUietl
OVII 11 IIV . M V VI VIUI J JWUt . LV "MA I .1 ' UI.MIMI.I ' ---- , . . , . . , -, . . .. .. .
Her bottom was knocked out on the years' imprisonment for a crime Howard will not return tomorrow as They were- seutencea to imprisonment neeaea autnor ty and be given money
rock and her crew narrowly escaped against nature. He was pardoned on was Intended. Mr. Morton is in town as follows: King four years, Decamp enough to.mako it effective. The his-
wlth their Uvea. It Is also reported condition he leave California und and It ts said will stand by hi man and McConnell to twelve J ears each iu tory of our salmon Industry should be
that tho schooner Electrlca wa driven never- return. . If he wishes to return to Ellcrsley. tbe Utah penitentiary. i ample warning,4 P. P. B.
Ex-lJent-Gnv. Brockinver. of
sourl, Is the father of a chi-ne to
give America what It sadly lack-
race of high-class stnclnir hlrdn. Tn
Its details It recalls the plan of the
first President Harrison to create a
market for American "corn in Europe
by sendlug at the government's ex
pense a large corps of experienced
cooka to Initiate the peasantry of
England, France. Germany and Rim.
sla into the mysterious delights of the
corn dodger, the hoe-cake, the genuine
flapjack, and, best of all. nmokino
golden corn bread."
Discussing his nlan nt tho vim.
. . . . . . - . -
Avenue Hotel tne other day, Mr.
Brockmyer 'sald: 'The home of tho
singing bird Is Germany. There the
nightingale, the goldfinch and a down
other feathered musicians fill, the for
ests with their melody. America haa
In the common mocking bird a bird
as plentiful in the. forests of Texas
and the Gulf state aa sparrows in
the city parks. The mocking bird has
a wonderful organ. He can imitate '
any sound that ever came from a'
feathered throat anj a trll! . treble
once learned is never forgotten. ,
"My plan Is to trap a thousand or
so Southern mocking birds, plao
them in cages, send Oaem to German.--and
have them hung up in tlie foreits
of the Hart mountains, where they
can hear tho notes of the nightingale
and the other sweet warblers of that
country. In six minutes they will "
have learned all that the feathered
songsters of Germany have to teach.
Then bring them home and turn them
looso lu their native woods. The les
sons learned abroad would soon be
transmitted to their stay-at-home com
panions, nnd by them to the genera- ,
Hons of mocking birds unhatched.
The results, I am sure, will more than
pay for the outlay. Our government
has spent much larger sums in effort
to achieve an aesthetic effect In other
lines, and' then utterly failed." '
HlfhMt Honors World's Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.