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THE WEST AIDE
TAKM THi LlAO IN POUt COUHTY.
$i.00 lVr Year.
INDEPENDENCE, POLK COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV KM 13 KR 2, 1891.
Five Cents Per Copy.
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East and South
The 'SHASTA Route
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pullmax Burrtrrr 8Ll:Kri;iu
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to lt through train. v
West Side Division.
twtn Portland ana1 Corvallia.
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At Albany rnid (irvlll. nwiwl wltlt Imibl
lr'0 Jm-mo riiit.
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Ortaonlaa Railway Division ana
Portland end Yamhill Hy.Z
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Thnwiih tk-kl In tl MM In tli r'"T
IM.i-s ( n.1. mid KumMe,rH I ol.Uilmil
ftwnt.M.TiVkK, Aeu lnUtwiti'.
Mr. At. H. , 4 in. .
Uo to tba U tttrmi
And wr bow
Wagon Repairing ol All
H. i. FUIUB, Proprietor.
U yoU wnt A CI. fq'tArt W.t ft
. Oo to Uid
MRS. L. CAMPBELL. Prop.
Independence Tailor Shop
T. LAYTON JENKS, Proprietor.
B. X. Eaton.
Draying - and - Hauling
DONE TO ORDER.
Charges Low and
F. L. Kolloy.
f.if.v L very btaoies. :
. . i : Aitavs in - Readiness.
Having lately purcbiwed the ' tlre in uam Aa 0
Cook, we are now betur VfflJIwrlt t0 mi,k0
the public an we are no--makl wdJJJ b u day or month.
Traveling men a upwjialty.
Who Made the Haul
at The Dalles.
They Are : Residents of
that City. '
All tho Money Found Rjffpt 2imi by
the Confusion of On of
TUB MU.KH, tVt. 2.-FrHnk
KMu ami ttitu 8rtvK wt're amnit
luti Kntiinlny uk-ht for tho rohhorv
uf fll.ntm from tho raoltlo Kjiirwt
txiiiiiHity'N iirt(i lit till city on tho
t'vt'iiluc r miutii'f lath. nul nil hut
lam of Uu ttmmmt tulcn ttttn Imu
tttivtr. KMn and havttiw havo
Hml hi Tlu Itiill.i Mliirw lK)hMH.
MitVHBv'K flttlHT wn JtltltTK 0. 8, StlT-
ati'. wlto (IUh tuittio tlum nun. A!itl
Khln to tho mi of px-VUy MnrHlml
Kli'ltt. f Tho l)il!. Siivturo luhoilt.
.! nlK.ut j:ti.UH front hto fttthcr. l.ut
hn AnwmU'riHl It all. Knelt of Hto
men U ulx.ut ".It y.-itnt ohl. Klela to
n meiiilMT of th. MuHonle .rder.
ANOTHER A It U EST.
Tho Itittlin. tK t a.-Another chap
ter In tho expremi nlilcry wha tm
fohleil wheu VMy Mirht Watihumn
tJllHm. who rHh ou tho wiikoii with
A vent Hltl from tho ttoNt to tho ox
IiNHot utrieo tho tilitht of tho roliltery,
was arremiHl thlo niorulnji. KMn.
tho biy who umdo tho eimf.-Moii,
wt.v (iIIhum whm an ateomilUf, aud
hnvtiiit learned from Astut. X I 111 that
tho roimlnnmetit of nomey waa to
eomo tlutt tilchf, iHI.mI Suvgo and
lilmMf uf the fm t tiltoum, kiiowlnn
that tho ln) wero In the alley near
tho oflU-o, KHtro rIuhhIh to them ac
cording to a iireemicortod titan by ro-
iiinikliiis lotnlly a he helped Hill un
ion d tho Ihx. that It wan very heavy,
and nto.i l.j- imteiidlnji tn wIh tho
tertlratitiu from hta forehead Ihreo
i.r fuiir time, as ho rorio away with
11111 lo tho M.ioillit', tiilMiim to a li
IniplhttttHt lu tho HwtoitU'o rtd)b'ry of
what tnnoNS cmsw.
Aeeoritliiit to Kleln'n alateiuent,
tillNiim teartietl frmn Kxiirx Mot-
Keller Tibto'tiM, s ho delivers tliu mall
to the iMwtoJtleo. that the reBtotered
I'lineh cMiitalmtl heavy mrkne.
tillx.iH not Hied tho twya lu thto t'oxo
nl s how to in t. fur he had dim-over-
-l the Initi ahtttter on the n-ar win
dow tif tho oitleo Inaoettrely findetioil.
Klein miiv t.lbotm h tho ttrxt to on-
tir tho ottlee at'd tho lt to leavo.
Klein and Kuvaco are atlll In etio
idv. tlltwittt, whow arenlN aro
hluhly reiHHiml r-tldentK of thto t-tty,
to out on f.'i.ono Imll and hto friend
tirnko it at'!ir that Klein to trjinu
to draw t:ilma luto trotdilo on at
count of hlti liettrumeiitullty In brine
Ina the other member of the Haw
thure ifiuia to Jtiotleo.
.uotxt; IN VKKV. ,
CtlJlliilltta DeKlnot of Trj-lng Uie
Newoonpor IhndWHo. t
New York, fh-t. 2li. A H'btl to a
Mirubiij .u-r from Youiitrtuwu. t)..
ofeyn It to uid there that a oyndleato
of midtultota, IneltKlitiK rvnabir Hrlee
and a ihiiuNt of well known tninlinirto
men lu Now York and HohIoii are buy
ln up "' of newxiai ia to n aeh
from tho Atiiititlc to the raellli'. If a
paiM-r wimtot Im IhoikIU In what thoy
wtmider a deniable town, they will
mart one. I'.y ooM-rtitiott In the
telegraph mrvleo and by arramrinit
for aupplh lu low (pmtilJ:leH. th.-y
hoiat to k p 'SH'umo at a minimum.
It . aald thorn to no idlltlea in the
aclo'tno. , .. .
ArrBiwnienU have Iw'n mndo, it in
nikld for tho piiM'haHo of tho Boaton
Tiaveler. tho YoniiKidown TeleKinm.
the KaimiiH f'lty World an.l the t'olutn
biw rn-wt-I'oNt. (iptloim havo toi'ti
obtatnetl for iiewnpnitera In HL I aul.
Minn., and St. Jowidi. Mo., and prop-
Made to Older m ftnT
style. A iwjrfect line of
wimples always on hand
i "I I
KELLEY & ROY Proprietors.
oaltWua liavo lioou tnado for newa-
paimn In other leatllu el I lea, Jamea
J. M-Nally, of tho ToleKraui hero, to
! AKKaTus" INlIl'SWIA.
Tho llallh of tho t'aar and tho Mar
rlaKo of Hla Hm.
WaaUnatott. o,-t 2.-Mr. Canlaptt
aon. Itiaiatt mlutotor, hna nni'lvitl the
followlnr bulletin: M8t lVerlmig,
th't 2lUTho omMror olept well Mat
tmlay khtj yeatortlay (Sunday)
tlloro WM OA eliniii?e lu llm mmtllloti
of hla tnJloaiy,H
St. rethttrg, IH-t Sft.-tho fol
lowing buletln waa iNHiieil at II
oVloek thtomortilnir: "Tho ewir olepl
Kmm liiMt nkiit ilia npHtlto la tm
flmuBe.1. iito oeleina does not do
waoo,H , s ' . ,
Imdon, Ott."2t.-A Yalta dtopateh
aaya that dmhiK tho next four day
rrlnwaa All will attend rolluloua
mrvleoa lu th national church, It to
not oupoetml 10 marrliiuo will occur
lioforo Frldayl rrepuratlona aro Im
ltiB uiado thenj for tho arrival of tho
UueheM of Hue-Cobniif (lotlm, tho
liueheNo of Kdburirh, tho a'ater of
tho nut, tho al family of Ibm
liiuik, and otherdtotlhttutoliHl ifiientn.
Vteunii, Oct. 2V-A St. ivieinburii
dtonteh atatea hat tho loiK-rlal
irruiid matter of ftiinuiilea ami oev
f ral other ullloora tf tho o mrt Atarted
for I.lvldla Kntunliy. and it la ox
iwted that tho innitlaire of tho tmirt
Uleh aud rrliuiWuiu will tako
plaeo N'oveiuttor Uth.
8t Potoraburr. Octi 2l.-An offlolal
bulletin IhoihhI bmlk'lit from Mvadla
aaya tho csar timk lit unurtoliineiit
today. Ho appeared weaker. Ho
rotiKhod more, brlUKhti up phleitm.
Tho cough, which nllta from a
chronic dlaeaw of caiurU, liaa be-
fomo wiho, and lmH-4A hto nmj
oaty a breathing.
Tho Fate of Their Craft I a Mattor
. of (Jn-at (!muii.
Kiin FrnnelmHi, Oct. IflK-iho n-turn
of tho tuutoait PonrloMN. Which left
hero for Atorl laot wei lc wlth tho
nlilp Kent more In tow, to Iqoutloutly
awaited by her owner. It'wn ox-
Itoftetl that tho Fcarhwa woilll anlvo
lu Hirt thto niortilntfj bin It to
now thouiiht by Mnuui;ir IbVley of
tho Nprecklc Tow lHtat i-oiiipiih . that
tho tuir haa picked up the bili(T. W.
Iahiih, which, noeordlna' to olvhia
rorolvd yewtenlay, was abotilouoU
Ihto Hldo of laijulua.
SITUKMK rot lt T HKCIHK
WHHhlnuton. Oct. 111. -The ttitl
State aupretuo court today nvmH
tiw iHH Wion or me circuit wont tu
tho cuao of John Kno, foitofly
prealdi'tit of tho Kocnml Nathaial b k
of Now York, cmvlcb'd of fercerji n
tho New York alate court ! ytHH
aitiK F.no hiIwhI tho tiolnt he iH.iyt
only be tried In tho federal eonr
Tli m vIkw or the low won liolieltl Hi
tho circuit, but It tttmet today' d'V
ctolon romnudluK tho caao to tho Nliit
CRIME FOLLOrYS CRIMri FINALLY
t'l'LMl.NATLN'O IX MCKDK&.
Tbrottffti tba Foollah Infatuation of
Weak Minded Wouiau She U
Itulued and Muriieml.
SPARTA, Wto.. Oct 20.-Samuel 8.
ttuxton, who waa arrt-Ated ou Hatur
dav on a chnrao of having murderod
Mary A. JoticM, a miilden lady, at her
home a few mile rrom tma city on
tht) 2lt liiMt. where alio waa found
banning by tho nock, hna confeooed.
Threo yeuia ago, Huxton, by a wrlea
of obnceno letter purporting to come
from a witch and directed to Mix
Joiio, hy pnoi !ed and led her to her
ruin. Tho Intimacy continued to the
day of her death, lly the Mime aya
tem of deceit tho Infatuated woman
cotiAouted to Ih rtrung up by the
nock lu the belief that It would cauw
tho death of Huxton' wife. Tho oeo
cud Unto tho experiment wa tried,
Huxton pmdied away tho chulr ou
whllch tho foollHh woii.ail atmMl and
alto awung Into ot-rnlty. Tho motive
for committing tho murder wu that
ho waa Iihi fond of tho woman. Hux
ton ha a wlfo aud threo children.
Ho wo brought Into court today and
pleaded guilty aud wn Immediately
wntenced to prlHon for llfo.
TWO TRI7.K FIGHTS.
Tho C'lntode Ibrnton Vie With Coney
inland In It runtime,
rinnev iHlnnd. Oct 20.-Willi a
threatening of nolleo Interference, a
prevlou MMtiionemnt and a very
light card, It waa not to bo won
dcred that tonlglit'a UHMembhigo at the
Mnul,bl AtJi otic c u n wiim meiigm
Thoro wa not more than a thousand
IHiiplo In tho building. The event or
tho evening waa laitweon "Kid"
i .,!, mw. of Knirliiiiw. Mich., and
Johttnlo Orimn of Hralnlree, Mima.,
at i pound. In the Dili round
iMilh men wero nieeoini? trei'iy nun mo
pollco Intorfered. Kavlgno waa do-
cliirea mo winner.
TWinn. Oct I'll. Over WK) anorta
crowded Into tho room of tho I.a
fayetto Hm-lul and Athletic club to
night to wltnea the meeting noiwoon
tvuu- on" It lv hinitn nun imck
O'Brien. Tho fight waa declared a
draw at the end or tlio ton in rottntt.
O'Rrlon waa tho atronger by far, but
ho had not tho puiitohlng power of Ids
Hun FrnnelHiW ' Ort7 21t.-No. t idilp-
. . ... ii.ium ...111, B-Il. C.i.
nng wnenc oi'i"-vii. ".'
ciuuce; minma a"l",,' ;
irii.i T.-.61T1IU for fair average ui'u
fti"2Vi for No. 2, aud MtXo for off
K'l"iverpl-wiieat, atoadyj demand
noor: No- 2 Rod Winter, a 3ad; do
aprlng, 4h 7d. . i
it,..m. nt London-rnclilc const
steady; demand moderate; now crop,
2 lOHffit.2 . .;
New Yorli.-Iiops aim.
KEEP OUT Olf TIIH WAY.
n,.r oo.Tlm Korthorn I'a-
clflo 8UnmHhlp company ottlee baa
. i...i ..,..1 Ihiit tlu atMMHitllll)
Zambesi, formerly fl. Northern Tactile
Htoamor, ruu Into tho Japonoae war
ahlp Taubu Kan In Kobe borbor lust
month and sank her, the man-of-war
only having timo to run Into shallow
water uororo sue wool u.
OH, THE BALMY EAST.
Amnho nnf 2(1. A aevere snow
itorm has prevallod all day through
i I VICTORIES
Capturing Chinese Am
Minister Denby Reviews
A Noted Gorman Ofllceri Summoned
to Ulve t'ounael to the Emperor
ou the Situation,
HIROSHIMA, Oct. no.-The Japan
.mo fom which havo been pitraulug
-Im ChlitcMt uorlh of tho Yulu river
ountured at Atting tweiny gnus, many
ride and oii iuililea of ammunition
lAMtdon, Oct. i.-The Time tumor
row will publtoh tho following dl
natch from Tien Tsln:
Tho greater pan of tho Chinese
force wero doHtroyed h-foro Chit
lA-ang t'hanit wa ovacunlod. (leu
Hung' olllclal report pratoeo U10 valor
of tho tnp. but coitfeie they went
out mulched by tho enemy' wtapoii
Col. Von Hatineklu, a Uertuan offi
cer wh.i wa formerly aldo do camp
of 1,1 Hung Chang, and who rendered
gnut acrvlco to tho Chlm-ae admiral
at tho great naval Imltle fought !
tweeu tho fleet of China and Japan,
ha Ix-o'i mimmoiied to IVkln by nu
IiiimtIiiI isllct to cot.milt lu regard to
tho military Munition.
Washington, fh-t. 30.-.MIntoh-r ivn
bv. lu a cabin to tho stato department
from l'eklug tmlay. say tho Cblueoo
foreeo havo Imimi defeated at ( hten
Lien Cheng and havo retreated to the
mountain. Also, ho retiort tho Jap
nneoo havo token 0110 of tho Chlm-w
fort at Pott ArtJiur. Th" o-ooo of
tho flint engagement to jnt aero
tho Yulu river, In Manchuria, and
It mark tho Hrt real aggrewUve move-
incut the Jaiuineso ou Chlneoo Kill.
Tho Jaimiuo aro aupimmkh! to have
foiuinlly onteri-d Ummi tho canipulgn
with Moukdeti. the Manchurlati capl
tnl. a tho objectlvo point I'lile
tluy aro fully prepared to niiiko a
winter camimlgu, Moiliotblug lien-to-
forti unknown lu F.ab"ru warfur,
IheV will Im obliged to foreo tho fight
inn. a only 1.1 day remain before
the cohl woother cornea. In tho neigh
totrhood of l'orl Arthur, whom tho
iimd Japniuto! smii I roirUHl,
llm winter cllmato to not o m-voro,
aud oiNratlon may bo maintained
until much luter. KxpiH-t In Waah
tntum hellevo Tort Arthur cannot bo
reduced by tho Jopanemt without the
UM of hi-avy olego artillery, aud so
far a remirtwl tho Juiiaueoo aro not
suimlicd with thto IniiMinuch a the
capturo of l'orl Arthur would give
the JnnnuoMO conlrol of the gulf of
1'e.Chl I.I. and cut off tho Chinese
ittilial from comuiuulcatlon with tin
sti. It I thoughl tho Jtipancoo wilt
uvko a moot determined effort to cup-
tit tlio fortrew. Tho todlef that they
ait prepared to do thto, oven If It
luiivea a long slego aud a winter
cnmialgn. I toirno out by tho fact
thai agent of tho Jbimiiic govern
tueiB in thto country havo iniletly
hornet uu a vast storo of goat akin
and iracilcully (Hiruenxl tho market
The VIuh aro commonly usmI lu
Chlimi ind Japan a a mressary part
of tho soldier' winter raiment
Imdtw, Oct. Wi.-A Tloi-Tln dl
patch that Major von llantiekln
ha It-nfor rcklug to navo an au
dlenco wih the emis-mr.
Tho gerunient ha allows all
toamorV rarry a cargo of rice,
but this jniilHHlon I too Into lo pre
vont a wtter rlco famine.
tieiieral flcli has to-en appointed to
command tin tiinnot at Iinnkow
Thirteen I hutuillon of Chlneae
tnxip hav4 left Hankow for Chin-
Kliuig, whoiVthey will proceed over
W iishlngtoii, V't 30. The niinounco-
nnnt by the Ask,.,ted Press that the
embargo pliuvdiion Amerlcnn cattle
by tho Honnte oJHunibtirg had been
extended lo the (tiili of tin exclusion
of American cat A and dresed meat
from every paidof Oerman was
relieved with surfciHO by the deparl
incut otllclals tWuy. That Texas
fever was merely W ground which
Germany could mtkit for enforcing
tetallatory measure.iugalust the I'ult
od Stutes Ihmiiuho V iippo(l dls
(Ttmluatlou agiilust V'tihun lntereis
In the ugar Achislifc of tlio tariff
bill wa tho prevalent liiprtslou. The
Gei inun embasKiidor, however, as
huhhI tho seciTtary 1 atato today
that the measure of ow-luslon was
Inspired solely by sanltn-y ruiHonn
aud had no political motlv. behind it.
STRANGE," IF Tl'cB.
Tho Catliolle lllshop of Dttjotn Dub
bllng lu Politic.
Sioux Falls, sTT)., Oct ,A sen
sation was sprung in South Dakota
political circles when It was learned
Unit Jttoliop Marty, the Ciithoic bish
op of South Dakota, had stit out
letter to tho priest of tho stn( urg
ing them to use their Inllueti,, for
tho ro-ehctlon of Sena lor Pcttgivw.
SAN FRANCISCO ItAI'INQ
San Francisco, Oct. lift. -Following
aro tho racing event lodiy: ;
About, six furlongs, selling Uucii,ih
won, Ohyesa swond, Timtsman thd;
About; six furlongs, for 2-yr.
oldsI'inyful won, Gallant secoiv,
Uartlno third; time. 1:124,.
About kx fuclongs, Kelllng-Melnnli
won, tinarterslult sei-nnd, ltorder Las
hIo third: time. l:12Vi.
Seven furlongs, selllng-Brondhemt
won, Mnttlo Meoiid, CapWin Itoea
third; time, 1:2714.
One tulle, 3-year-olds and upwards
liovednlo won, Illl'..nrd second, Duke
Stevens third; time, 1:41.
A HEAVY SUIT.
Duluth, Oct .mTlfred Merritt to
day brought suit ngalnst J. B, Rock
feller and F. D. Gate, his prlvato
Hocrotary, .for $1,22(1,000, In which
amount ho claims ho la damaged by
what ho allege to bo fraudulent rep
resentations in tho forming of the
Lnko Superior Consolidated Iron
AL RECORDS BROKEN.
Buffalo, Oct. 30. Johnson rode an
unpacod mile today In 1:57 4-5, break
ing all record. , 1
TENEMENT HOU8K FIRE.
Seven Peron . Smothered to Ieath
lu tho Cntntrtipho,
Now York, ct. an. -Seven pido
wero siiinlhered to death by stnolie in
a , tenement houw tlio at 210 West
Thirty -second Mtreet this morning,
They were Ooorgo Friedman, 4 year;
l-ovl Fii'liliimii, 3; A1111I0 Apphhlat,
22; lsma Mitchell, 24; Mr. Margaret
Kllllait, 7n; Jacob Kllllan, her kiii, 40;
George liovl, Mr. Kllllau'a gran Imoii,
2i, lsna Freldmnn, mother of tho
dead children, uiiiH'd from a third
otory window. Mho wa fatally In
jured. Tlio bonne I a llvo-olory brick
tenement. Thoro wero aert-n stair
way and tho only means of ew-upe
wa by a narrow stairway, Tho tire
wa discovered at 3 o'i'hs k by a pa-
or by. 1'ln're wa no sign of llfo. To
outer tho hous.t meant death. Tho
only hoe for tin wo within ,was In
arousing them by ahnulliig. In a
few minute there wu not a window
In front of tho I.oiiho that did not
cotitulu tho wild and frightened face
of a man, woman, or child, framed In
amoke, which urod forth lu vol
time. lly tho fire ewaM twenty tenant
reached tho ground, dewemllng In tho
mhtot of lluiue aud smoke, before tho
ladder truck arrived. On the third
tory tliu flame Hpread over tho en
tiro rear jMiitlon. There lived Na
thau Fn-lilman, hi wlfo IOtia, tlnce
young children, ai.d two boarder,
Annie Appleblut and I-eua Mllchell,
Nathan Fteldman wa aruiiwd by the
Miuoko and iiolwo, Clutchlug tho baby
In hi arm, bo xprang lo tho win
dow aud deeonled by tho tiro oscom,
Mr. Freldiimu. mi, had rushed lo the
window, but not whero tho Hro-emni
wa. HI10 eo'd from tho window
aud fell Into tho teur basemeut area.
The Freldmnn children and tho two
boarder sh-pt lu an lurer opartiueut.
Tho Urn bad not reached them, but
smoke lilted tho nxnn. Gimrge and
lvy Freldmnn, and Itia Mitchell
worn still In ImhI wheu found, and tho
peaceful expression on their faces
nhowed that they had no knowledge
of the death that tamo to them ki sud
denly. Annie Applehlat was lying
dead on tho floor. Evidently she had
to on amused and had topd to don
her clothing aud died to-fore ho had
finished. On tho fourth floor Mr.
Kllllan aud kiii wero dead In bed;
tho gramtoon wa on tho floor 'alt
way lo tho ro-tr window. Tho dam
age to tiio uouso win not exi-ceu
PORTLAND MONEY TROfp.LES.
Portland, (h-t ito.-Tho stm?khold-
or of th, miMiciidcd Northwet Imit
& Trust company had a healed miH't-
lug tonight. Resolution woro pnsnod
linking for tho a'silntment of a new
receiver. An InvoHtlgatlon of the
batik's ai-connt ahow that tho do-
Miltr will rceolvo fifty or sixty ir
rent If tho projwrty la proiierly man
aged. THE FARCE RESUMED.
Viincouvc-, Vii'i , Oct 30. Tho
court martial of Major Wham, pay
master U. H. A. wa roKiimod bxlny
after an Int-rvnl of nearly a month.
The prow-cut Ion cloed It cane and
the defeuso was begun,
A CHICAGO ROBBERY.
JEWELRY STORK PLUNDERED
I.N THE HEAItr OK THE CITY.
Watclie and Jewelry Amountlnjr to
$0000 KUileu-Threw tho Clerk
into the Vault.
CHICAGO, Oct. :so.A daring rob-
Ihtv wu coauultttHl in tho heart of
tlio buslues center ,tnt artomiiu.
The nnioiiut of plunder mvurcd I not
exuetly known, but Is given na $d,tNK),
In wati lie and other Jewelry, soon
after 3 o'ch k G. W. Hrothuiicr. aen
lor nionilier of tho lirm of Hrethauer
Si Co.. whohHale Jeweler at 71 Wash
Ingtou Klreet, left hi office, leaving
Id on lu charge. Young Hrelhauoi
huvs ho was bending over a ohowcasc
full of watches lu tho rear of tho room
when tivo men entered tho dsr. One
of them carried a revolver In his
hand and tho other was nrtned with
nleoo of lead pls alsint two fit
long. The Jeweler wn commanded to
throw tip hi hnmto, which ho was
not olow In doing, The two men then
ordered him Into the vault tho door
of which wa ooell. Hivtbuiier do-
inurrml. mid one of tho men, ho say
caught blm by tho throat, threw him
luto the vault and pimhod tho door
Mluit The thieves then proceeded to
ninsncU tho ahowciiHe and scoop the
watche Into a sack. Tlio disir of the
af( stood open and tho bandits
mplicd lli( cash box In It, containing
l mMltl(iable sum 01 money, an
thto romilrcd only a few mlnuteo and
tho men sotui mado their cHi-apc.
CHIEF ROGERS EXONERATED.
Scattlo' Polltlctl Scatulals A Noted
Soldier I He.
Seattle, Oct, 30,-Tho investigation
to'foiv tho ihiIIco eoniuilsslonors of
Chief of Pollco Roger on charges piv
ferreil by John Collin, proprietor of
ho Seattle Telegraph, ended today
and Chii f Rogers was exonerated of
taking bribes or receiving money from
gamblers, but, ex-Mayor Harry White
wa exposed by Governor John 11.
MeGrnw us having resigned to avoid
llm mibltcntlou of charge tliat ho
owned an Interest In gambling games
whllo ho was mayor and of accepting
bribe from gambler In lieu of police
protection. White himself confessed
on tho stand that ho allowed ,ordl-nanci-H
to lie violated and declared
that ho should bo impeached then and
Chits. T. Cowden, one of tho party
of cavalry which captured Jefferson
Davis, disguised In female attire. In
18(15, died of heart disease here today
aged 52 years.
THE CZAR'S .CONDITION.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 30. A bulletin
from Llvndla having time at 10
'clock tonight, says: During tho day
he spitting of blood by tho cznr con
tinted. Ho was sometimes seized
wtU tits of shivering. Ills tempera
tio Is 110 degrees aud his pulse 00.
Ptisattons aro weak. Respiration
is uillcult Ho can take little nour
ishment and Is becoming very weak.
San Francisco, Oct. 30. Wheat
81Viflti)82'io, with 83c for choice
article, milling grades, 8fic00o;
Wnlla Wnllft wheat, 75o7tle for
fair 4',.,-ngo, 07V4o fftl 72Vj0 for No, 2,
and fW,)(i5c for off grades.
1-dvd.pool. Wheat steady;
fair; fy. 2 red witter, 4s
New V)rk.-Hons dull.
To Corrupt tho Police
of New York.
The Tribute Gathered in
"The People Will Htamp Out the
Iniquity." 8ayi (Senator O'Connor,
nl All Say Amen.
NEW YORK. Oct 3.C,om mission
or Mheehau bad anoUior answir to
make bslay n-aardiug hto ti-Htlmonv
to foiB tho w-xow ooiniiiltU'o. "1 110
policeman McMiuiti." mild 'Ins "to
whom you rofernsl yeotirday, wa
Indicted by the gru d Jury and tried
lu tlio court of general khmIoiis,
That dm not oxubiltt why tho po
llco toiard did not dispone of blm
when asked why ho did not prose
cute tho officer for taking money
from isMilseilers." lio nld: "I could
not f U ton any particular crime on
nay imriiculur olllcer."
"14-t u , corrumion wa pretty
geiierul. Did yon know Aiillumki-r
nun 10 pay 1
"Did you know Img Island dam
digger had to pay 7"
"Whero did tlu-y I'otno In7" akel
"Never iiiIihL DUl you hear the
bourn of 111 fame had to payT"
"I Iward rumiHu.
"Ruuiom: rumor." sneored Mr. Goff,
"What did you do to earn your sal-
"Perform ntitlea devolving on mo
a commlnsloner." f
Ho mild ho saw that money appro-
nt-latcd was protwrly oxis'tided.
"Yes, 1 upo yott 00 K0 10
$.vom" said Mr. tioff.
Mr. Goff then rend a statement of
Foreman Henry M. Tabor of tho grand
Jury lu March, iwrj, that K-ven mil
lion wi re paid In tribute to tlio po
Tim coiimiMoner excitedly shout
ed: "Ho lied."
"Wluit!" oxclolui(l Mr. Goff. "One
of tho best known cltitwm lu thto
city, who has frequently been foremau
of our grand jurysr
"Ho lied when bo said lite depart
metit collected by blackmail," anserted
"Did ho lie when ho said the de
partment collected blackmail T
"Ho lied a to amount"
"How do you knowf asked tho
"Because It Is !ninolhlo to collect
million without tho city rising up
and Htamolng out the priu'ti-o."
"Thaf what thoy an going to do,"
said Senator O Connor.
Mr. Goff said that an evening paper
claimed tho isilleo deimrtmeiit col
lifted fifteen millions In blackmail.
"Dik- it lit or do yon not care
about tho hoHtllity of the newspniiorr
"It Is mistaken. I do not caro for
"How alsiut the llipior dealers pay
lug trlbulo to tho polloor
"They did rot have to lie. Thoy
know there wore two Tammany com.
mlKMloncr on the bo.trd who would
not allow It." said the commissioner.
"Ah. Tammany and the booxo deal
er." said Mr. Goff. "Did yan know
that President Martin and Richard
Croker met a delegation of liquor
denier hi tho parlor of tho Hoffmaa
hoiino aud agned to have the money
heretofore given to the police paid
into the treasury of Tammany hall?
Tho wltneo professed to havo not
heard of tt
CALIFORNIA'S SECRETARY DEAD
San FranctocoT Oct 30.-E. O. Walto,
secretary of slate, died early thi
morning nt hi home In Alameda,
after a short lllm. His friends at
trlhutn his death to a general physical
collapse, brought on by worry over
political matter. Being an imiipcnd
ent candidate for re-olootlou as accre
tary of state, It became nooe&snry for
him to secure a large number of gig.
nature to his petition to have his
tie mo placed on t he official ballots,
and his failure in this undertaking
is said lo have been tho Immediate
cause of his breakdown,
(Edwin G. Wnlte was born In
Sprlngwnter. N. Y., June 12, 1827.
and waa educated In tho surrounding
sctusil. Ho waa In his last college
yiar wheu the gold fever broke out
and he came to California, arriving
hero lu 1S49, at the age of 22. Ho
went to tho mining reglona and later
to Nevada City, whore ho edltied the
Journal, a weekly nnmr. several years.
and then the Transcript, a dally, for
nine yearn 7n isr(3 ho met and mar
ried Miss Julia E. Stone, of Nevada
City. Tho reult of this union 1 five
daughters, nil but one being single
and living. He served two years as
treasurer of Nevada county, conducted
a metvanUlo business several years
and then accepted a position In the
Internal revenue department, where
ho remained uutll the close of the
civil war. He aerved as naval officer
during Grant's two terms, and in the
San Francisco mint under I In ye. O t
ills election ns secretary of state he
moved hto family from Alameda to
Sacramento, and ills term of office
would havo expired January 1, 1895.)
TRIESTE CONFERENCE. '
WnMiIngtotv -Odt. 30.-Monslimor
Satolll wns usked today concerning
tlio report from New York that Bishop
Corrlgnn hud receutly called on him.
Ho said the arch-bishop called on him
about two weeks ago, soou after the
meeting of archbishops, nnd n confer
ence lasting several hours wns held.
The ablegate would not discuss tho na
ture of tho couferct.ee or the reported
unity In the church recognizing the
CONTRABAND OF WAR.
Tacoma, Oct. :,0.-Ten enr loads of
pig lead sent here for shipment to
Japan on the steamer Tacoma will he
left ashoi-e when the steamer sails at
midnight No reply haa been received
from Collector Saunders' dispatch to
Washington, asking for orders. If
tho lend can go It will he shipped by
a succeeding steamer. The metal was
accepted as freight two months ego
before China nnd Japan declared
lead a contraband of war.
Baltimore, Oct 30.-Stanton Abbot
of England and Charles Gehrlng, ex
amateur champion of the United
States, fought at the Academy of
Music tonight. Gehrlng was knocked
out in the third round,
Highest of til in Leavening
iw vj )m
NEW YORK. Oct 30,-Tho declare.
Hon of Wa It Grace May that the
state democratic organlxatlon I sup
porting David B. Hill and I not re
sisitiMible for any Wheeler jHtem, 1
roeoivod wttu Incredulity by many
who still '""tot that tho faction I in
favor of '"'I' defeat, and nlllng up
a - largo a vote & pos.
bio for Wheeler. HI adheront today
expressed much gratification at the
number ana character of tho Cooper
Union ni't ting Inst night and are con
fident that tho democratic reform tick
et will make a good showing on elec
tion day. Many anil Hill democrat,
tt I believed, will vote tralght for
Morton, taking tln'giouud, as one of
hem remarked today, that a rote for
Wheeler will bo only half a vote
against Hill and, that Wheeler rote
are Intended to aid Morton anyway.
The inn meu aro M eoundeiit a ever.
inferring with clul ntifoctloa to
tho pomoUHl tight their candidate I
making and the enthusiasm with
which he I being received by hto uu-
porter. Mot of them, however, do
not s'k to conceal their disappoint
ment or anger that hla candidacy baa
not rewlved open and active encour
agement from the national admin
Kopublicana abate none of their
claims a.id Insist that what with the
general repuhlloan tendency thi ypnr,
and me democratic defection from
HI1L the latter will bo snowed nnder.
There ha been little betting o far
in the campaign, but reports of wager
at the "took exchange and etoewbere
show mid on Morton, not unfrwpient-
y at two to one. Smaller odd are
given on Strong against Qrant, the
perfection of Tammany organization
throtignout th county making the
suiKrtera of the committee of ev
enly cautlou about staking their
money, however ii.ucb tbey anticipate
U10 great anti-Tammany uprising.
H'li democrats were pleased today
by the announcement that Speaker
Crisp had cancelled engagement in
order to speak in this city or Brook
lyn. Thoy are also much pleased by
a letter for Hill from CbCauncey F.
Black, chairman of the national league
of democratic clubs.
Tho fact that Strong made speeches
at a number of meeting this evening
In the down-town east side district la
regarded with favor by practical pol
iticians who are allied with the com
mittee of seventy, a they think It
will have a good effect on the class of
voter who wish to see their candi
date and know something of bis per
sonality. Senator Mttrnliy passed much of the
day at democratic headquarter la
day nt democratic headquarter In
conference with Chairman Hiuckly
and others. Richard Croker waa an
STAG E "DRIVER SI1 OT.
NRVArn r-tTV ri . Oct. sa Ar
thur Mver iti-lver and one of the
owner of tho stage runnlug between
itiltt titii.Hi an.l Vi.pl h lilt won Hi vM una
hot and Instantly killed by a high
way roiitier this anernoou. At uock
cr4t. thne mile north of here, the
Incoming stago wa supnh1 by a
lone highwayman who commanded
Meyer to got down out of the box.
lMVi.r tv.fiiw.iil aiirt thn Itnnrtlt flnwl
twice at him with a revolver. The
second ahot passed tlirough the driv
er' body and he fell forward into
tho boot In the front of the couch. C.
I. Hovoe of Sierra county, who was
lin fttiltf .muannmi. ift'n plilltlcr nn
the box with Meyer. When the robber
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began firing Itovee jumped from tba
uh and ran Into the forest Tho
robber K-nt three bullet whizzing
past him, but he escaped nnhurt Ho
far a known the robber secured no
OF NO IM PORTANCE.
Germany Eat No American Cattle,
Washington, Odt W.-Secretary
Morton wa at the cabinet meeting
today for the first time since bla re
turn from Euro?. The principal sub
ject dlMcuMMed wn the recent action
of the German government In discrim
inating against American cattle and .
American beef. Secretary Morton
tailed the attention of the president
and the other cabinet member to tho
fact that Germany wa an unimport
ant factor lu our foreign market for
cattle and beef.
Groat Britain last year Imported
3H3.W1 bead of American cattle, while
Germany only took 4,000. Una
American farmer could supply the en
tire German market, of which It la
said we have Just been deprived.
THE rOPE'8 SPEECH.
Rome, Oct 30. The text of the
pope' ieech to the conference held
to consider the union of Eastern and
Western churches has Just been made
public, although the speech was de
livered on tho 24th. After praising
who had helped' to bring about tne
conference, he said: "We wish that
all government alike had embraced
ti ls grand Ideal, Inasmuch as the
work, if achieved, will be for the In
tereot and benefit of the entire world;
but political views and still more,
we regret to say, the unreasonable Q
Jealouslm of some of the governments,
which sliow In what condition the -papacy
I placed, have prevented these
reunion from having the large and
olid result rightly expected from
them. Above all, we must lament
the abK-uce of the patrlacb Armen
ia!'. We shall not on this account,
however, nede from our purpose
aud, even If we count only within
certain limits on political union, noth
ing will prevent us from solving the
grand problem from the religious side,
while awaiting more propitious time
for the rost of the work."
ALL OWING TO a"wILL.
San Francisco, Oct 30. Another
big will contest, the amount Involved
being 1500,000, Is now being tried
here. It Is that of Joshua Hendy,
tlte celebrated machinist and found
or of tho works bearing bis name.
The contestant are Samuel H. Hendy,
brother of deceased, Geo. W. Hendy
and A. J. Raugh, nephews, and Mrs.
Rodger. Mrs. J arret and Mm. Gawn,
nlotm They claim undue Influence
and f mud. A Jury will be aecjred
Eureka. Cal., Oct 30. The steamer
Excelsior went aground on Monday
morning Just inside Humboldt bay and
all efforts to get her off have been so
far without avail, though she moved
half a length today.
MOSCOW'S P. M.
Washington, Oct 30. Henry C.
Shaver was today appointed post
master at Moscow, Idaho, vice R. H.
Madrid, Out 30.-The cabinet haa
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