Image provided by: Independence Public Library; Independence, OR
About The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1894)
. th en tb the most M
lst nw Compare th WEST
1 with any PP t Polk county.
As an Advertising todten
THE VEOT OIDE
Takis thb Liao in Pout Commr.
f B III Hil l W I I,
$-'.00 Tor Year.
MiMmtntS. Meter l.lu. !
By Kailroad General
INDEPENDENCE, POLK COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBFJl 10, 1891.
Five Cents Per Copy.
East and South
the SHASTA Route
Southern Pacific Co.
jvMt W" train run illly,t,i.pni
tlU tUtt"" bvtwvrtt IMrtlanU mi 4 AiUmj ,
J.v, Albany Ar, I ;3 , ,
Ar. n rnowim i.v. Wir, ,
.. RoMburg MaiMJw'
MOMd . I tUwtur .,& Al r. M
fcitur MUA.H, 1 1 Vrtlnn.l .,..,' 4. it
:B ts a Hjfe kit
pullmak numrrr 8leri'ki;i;
aomM1ai KWphig Oars atUdtct!
to nil lurvugh U&iua,
West Side Division.
Eatw.sn Portland and Corvaltls.
Mail imitt atiy (Mwpi sun jj 4
tun atu i ArutuaUiiPOm,.Ar i iw p
ttl r w I f mrnHi.,.,. ,v w u
At Albany and Cur vulln, unMl wlili trulu.
Off fnolUa (KliKMlS.
Iratu aallj (Mmpl Sunday)
Ar.einioill.. , rL? 4.'J ut
Ortaonlan Railway Division and
Portland and Yamhill fly.T
airtt aiatf TrUwwfely,
t Vriiit & p
tv..St"'"ii,.. i to
A r . AUIW..,1. 1 ?, m
Thmuch llfkU U all r"lnl H lh
Mat., Cin'l. nd Ktirni", " h (1'J
HviaT. M.BTIVMI, Al, U.lrp.oJo.
Go to the C mtmi
Yuu tan ul fr
Wagon Repairing cf
to thtt -
MRS. L. CAMPBELL. Prop.
In .ain every cl.f durtnf .
al ail boura Vluiu Indrj-nli n.
FiiHlInn: of the : Strike
RaUrt. C,.niNiuh' Hav So Morf
li!gt.t to Orfcunlw (ban Ttjftr
iMvrmumit K'lstrt tu tltv grunt
. .i,v irm tu iimiiwllon wtu tlu
llw r..jH.rt. which H entHl liv Dix
I. tUf. IttMl 111 f.lh.W hlV,.,.tlKH.
ii. uiirmiiuftoH, if 111
nm m nlitn(il to trotitut
'WlttM, tt,a MiMt(m.U lu im,)!,".
vltl.;li h'U attnwt vt,U uttcntlmi,
jwrtl.'iil!i!y tn.it iwtliiit tvfrrrlitie to
m n.w frtmou UiMieral Mnniufi'i'
uuuMt. int orimiaiitlon or lilj.li
rtulrottl oitU'lttU ilmt PLvouiimiMfti
!w iu.m,.nlt. tlof.iit (if llw Aiutfi'k-tiii
Hh v;wt tli enpluiltiuilou tr
! iwuiy-rur rnllriMiila tllrtHtiy n p
rmitii ht tlw li.-iicntt .lMiiHKir' .
-I.UKut wk fS.nw.SW.UlT. T1h
Mumlit'r of siiii) wan uai.si7.
Tint txiiuutUMluii eimttuura: "Till
vnliiiiiiiry mn,s.nnrntiil itM'luitiiM
una Umtmi In lMi lu lu -tltu-Ut
Mljllt t.f tlm nMH'tttlou i
(itiitt in b. tin. imiiKratk:u of tw
lrlilinm of tuaumrt-meMt nrUIng
frmn Hut jH'nUiai of rollrtmilH UtuiI
uwtinsj or ivntrln la ChlragiK
"It furtlur trorlU Hutt all tho
fumlH u.imI.i tma m raitKHl by
wfotiiM'UU UlviUttl Puiwlly uiuonjt tlio
TImw tw no UuUtuUuna na to Von
stl'li'Hitit tf mI1iiii or fiittiU' scpt
M will of tlw ni;uuiitr ami Ui re
Mita of tlw rotlriHUI tMn"ra.liiii.
"Tlt' fMiiimiMMltm i)iH'sUtxM wh.'ihir
my li.!il ituty, Matuturjr or otlwrwlae,
ran lt fouii.l to Jtwtirjf ikiin of the
fotun' of tho awoolatliMi with It hnvo
ruw ! IlKht In IliU iHvitlifjitlott.
If rectril lin jirnt-tleal w.rk,ln:a
nilur th ta ltr (irofi-xunma in
trt'nl lu ltd cuiliullou, tlw Oi-u-eral
Ma nit sen' utmn-lBllou Iim no
itwrv atit.nlluit In law Umu tlx oth.r
tn i.lt llua oo. It eatinot IttcoriNirato
Itaiisui railroad thnrtorn do not an
Umrlw rotnla to form cortoratloiiN or
awwimloiw to tlx ratin for wvIit
hjhI k.', nor to fom th lr ae
ifjitiuut nor to buttle with atrtkora.
It Is mi raurpntlon of owtf not
Krautt'ti. Jf autli mtjaiwoi-UUlou Iwn,
nmNKHrlljr .from n Inmlm or ci-o-mmilc
ain!iilniiiit,th rtrt to form ami
mitiiHi.lu It, It limit lumo from the
tnio tlutt erauhtl It tbnrur. In
thiHU y, thi cJirorntiona ttro lliultwj
to tlw jKw(i niitHl t'ltlnr illKvtly
or by diflf InriTwipp. Wo do not
ihltik tho iovcr )m lM-n etiiuliil lu
t'kht'r wny In till ojim. Tito mnoHn
tlon U an Illustration of a in ratHtioit
mil tirnwt(ly tlltilxc1 plait of the
tvrtrtssllHi to ow-r.'i li ibi'lr linilln
tltiitt uml to uurp JmliriH-tiy powora
rttnl Hjtlita nt coiitftiHiTalott Jn tbnlr '
rlmrtcr anil not obtainable from the
niiido or liK'lr lillatttnn. An t'X
teuthiii of thl wilutloti lia alxiva
mrifoK.! atul tho iix.t.i.('J KitalliU"
tlon of 'poollt.tt' wi'Ohl rcmilt In an (ijt
iiiii!tij of p'vvw by fitpltitl tlanitpr"
-w A tba HHili! ""'l ,u, lr HlxTtna,
jh wtll n to tlutr c iroloyta and
a nu'tlH wotil'I tbfii ctTtJilnly
uvSm a lo whlth jtliill control. Uie
iTvt!iiafnt or tins ruilroMiIa, ami tho
r.ult would Inovlittbly be Kovi-rn
im.iit nviu'iHit. unbuM. rJotly for
that ri-nlt rtud ull it Imulh-a, Itw Kov
itKmctit tnwt n-rtlrttlu conrittiHiii
wlibhi tlw law ami irvint thi-m frmn
foriulnjf taiiiavf.il or tbitmerotw foniitl
iiiiil.itm. At lennt. m bnu r:ill
,.N ur thn iicrinittKl to cotubliie
to lis Wiiatfli'd for ilu'lr Joint ,roi.i-
mmi. it woulil b rank lujiiat!t. to
un ntnu or an miK.r uim rail-
jiiamif tin mo tilt htM ut Hi., full.
umn INUiwtt car i the rt...tt wtya:
, Ji " r. nwratloft nivutilKml in
lW with a Mtkial of ,uni.uuti. It
Uaa grown until t pr,,m.llt i.j
mabliHl tlta comimuv for ov.
A MOST TKAGIC PEATU
Shot by the Cashier
lie Had Kobbeil
twt-iily yira to tn 3 iim niil ..ti.ii..
torly tllvhlcntH ami lu uihllthm t. i,.v
Mirjihm f nearly f23.utHt.UiO of
uuiiiviiitHi prou ta. '
TUB PULLMAN INIQUITY.
BtHakltitt of tlw town nf full 111,1 11
or whlfh Mm rt'twrt any th tsMiiinny
. mult ana iiimiioru, tlw cumii
"Tint uion at lullmiut rluliu that th
oouiiwuy dtirtuif im and im aot ibe Three liobbcri Lout a Bank iuKanaM,
Then Riddled by His
but tba Caablcr Takei Ueveiiga
A Convict's Fata.
pay throintli vtHMrt an (hat with tlwlr
lop.iHl mm or tJltw. an avxrHit.i mnn
ooiild mru llttlo lUtirtt I till II that r.mt
of hi Iwuiw. owui'd by llw foniiinny.
llw romitniiy flaima tlmt It almily r.
adjiwitia thn rkva of plec work to
mi uw uiviwith or rti.i UmiH. iiiii-
Mittf all of tbla riHluctlon ami Ha ut
wminnt auirorlna' ttono of th aalarb.a
or omwra, luantgon or aunorlnu-utl- day ami ouo of tlwlr uumbor nwt
oitla www n-lmiMl. ltiHltiutlona tu th'allt In an unuruully tragic iiwuncr.
tiKwo would nt bava bwu o aovendy tU wn abot by tho tmahlor of tlw
Mt and would have ihown good faith, bttltk and wlwn In a dying coudltlon
If we lududo tlw aiwtlii'tli! and aaul- wu porforattHl with bnllot by hi
tnry fimturi of rullmtiu, rvuta tliore owu companion to g.iv U'nuwdVM
ar from ill to 25 jht ct'iit hlglwr tlwu fnm cxtniaiirj. Tlw nmu rodo Into
rHT in i'ititnta or ui roiimllnu Ihw lown and atoiuiod In fnut or the
SAUNA. Kan., Not. 12.Thn
ini'kiul roliln'ra attotiipiod to hold up
a tut UK at Myiviiu urovo, Kauaaa,
forty mile vtat of hi'itt at i.oon to-
town.". A to tho gmit railway
iirlkK proiH-r. tlw iruort aara:
"Is la a-rlotittiy quwtltuic l and with
iniiflt forra wbftlwr Mii oourt bavt
jm-Ulldilou to miJoIu t'ltlMiw from
trmtiuitug t'tudt othor hf iudtwtrlul
or other uiattra of !ummon InU'tvut.
"Iha Kil.y. ho rjnrt an.va. "of
Ixuilt. Wltllo oiw roblMT held tho
lior' UIm two coitiiwuton ntrod
tho bank. Tho caalilcr waa ardoml
to turn over what money bo bod and
do It doublo quick. Uo rtdut'tautly
tiMiiplliMl. 'llw biimllta ngnlu uwuui
oil ami hi .ml away with tho cnah
Cttfltlor Joint t'tiiun tuvurod bla gun
both tlw rulhnan eomiMiny and the and nialiott to tlw door, otwinnl Hit on
nMr.md mnnaKor' anorlatlon Itt rf- I ha runhwa aa
twia to apid!itloni to arbltratis
cloatHi tiie doora to all tumpt at con
rlllatlon and ittlfiiniit of dlfforonwa.
hoy gnllopiHi away.
hitting ouo rubU-r lu tlw buck, lloforo
ha hud gouo a Qunrlcr of a inllo, bo
foil heavily to tlw ground. Ilia two
The cotninlMMlou la Imiircswd with the emi.nidea pulled up their tiotvea aud,
iiciiof, by tlw evidence and by attend- rwii. tu to tlw proNtruio umn. tie
ant eln'unwtnnwo a dlw4otl. Unit llbmnmly flrtnl eveial alwta Into hi
a illtreri'nt pulloy would lmv prfveut- bmly mid uiinlmd away. When picked
ttl Ui lima of lire ntul tho grotit Inm tin, the deaerltHl outlaw wu tlivui
of pnMrty and wage oitniKlouotI by The HherllTi of threo eonntlea have or
tlw atrlke." Igfinixed fortva and tire now In aenreh
Tho report diH-lnre tho arrival ofUf the bnmllt. The HUiounL of (Hxiiy
troopa at Cblcngo wa opportuiw. aoctin d Uaa not yet beeu leu rued
The provident ordered tho troop to
Chiettitt), Orat to protm't federal pmp-
erty; KHtnil-lo prevent olwttructlon
In tho carrying of nntlw: thlnl-to
M'evint mtcrfi'ii we with Intomtate
t'ommirot: fotirthto enforeo tho do-
tree aud nmntlatea of tlw federal
Tltero la no evidence Iwforo the
eoitimlailo'i that oltleera of tlw A. H,
V. at any tlu e imrtlelimtod lu or nil-
Uel llHlnu'lnlliMi, VloleUit or ilea-
triictJnn to pnMTty. Many Itupnrihd
observer .no read ing tlw view that
A CONVICT'S FATE.
Wall Walla, Nov. 12.-Tbl morn
luii a convict iiiiiiuhI William Tbmi-
ami uwt a violent death In tlw Jute
mill ut tlw poiiltoutlury. Tboutpaon
uh- uiinMig llw almfung when hi
elothiug caught lu tho rapid revolving
hurt and befuro llie limclilut ry could
lie Htopped bo wai whirled around
evcrn! time. When token down It
wn found tlmt iilmowt t-very lMinf
In hi Iwdy waa cniatuKt. lie lived
half tin hour. Thompaou wn aorvluv
mi eight year acutcm from Miliiuuu
n ihil of tlw i eiil riHimnllillltv for
theae (Taunton n-l with tlw pwipl cwnuty, for Iwnm utenilng.
t!'iiiiHolvia atul wltn llw govertmii'iit
for iwt admit utcly coDtroHIng tba iuo-
uhhjIIi and corMinttlmi.
In eono'.iwlon tlw reiart anyn:
"Hlmo nation have grown to the
whutoiu of arrjuglug tllKpute by con
dilution, aud of aetillng them by ar
bitration, vby aliculd ciiiilinl and In
lMr lb their deiN'tidenre iiikki each
other peMltt In cutting cat It oiher'
Slonctt. Mo.. Nov. ll-A Kt'ltoul
and Hun Frunclaeo train fltw bora at
1M p. m. wn nem up nmi tn- t i
preMM car Mblwd Hint? mile eoat of
thla city at Tilil tbla evening. At er
ena two uiitakiHl nieii bonrded tlw ten
tier of tlw engine nmi concculcd them
nelvea until tho heavy grab aud deep
cut wen nwhtd. whoa thor apruug
throat aa a auUemeutof difference. Kwra ll-lr biding phu-e. rowrw! the
ihii,i,.i wgliiM imd fireman with Vliuhe
rrea. Una h..i, mn.ta In the oiorn i k Coniiuauilcd tlwilt to atop tUo
(Unction of nwelllHtl.m hii.I nr,t,r.. triuu. 1 IW oro.T iia proiiiiiu-oo.., eii.
tlon wn In A n-nlca. Abroad they
nra lu advance of u to thla policy.
Tho buudlta inarched the cugltwfr and
fireman to tho baggiigo car and com
.n mar illffer nlwiiit tlin Utttniled tbetu lo 0M'H tba (l(Hr. Mi1-
WW Mill I'HHM ( l V "
Independence Tailor Shop
T. LAYTON JENKS, Proprietor.
Matlo to order in an?
Btylo. A perfect line of
aaniplffi ftlwaysou lmnd
to select from."
W. 0, Ei.ai"
B. M. Eimt.
ESTES & ELKINS.
in nCPEMDENCE CFIEGON-
ing - and Hauling,
DONE TO ORDER.
Charges Low and Prompt Service.
, .1.. unna
irect.,or ele luva order at u
Yon will llnd our taum on the
and Piano carefully moved.
r. L Kollay.
ft i IT
City Livery btaoies.
Stylish Turnouts Alwavs in Readiness.
Ifvlnff lately purth the etlrj intent in gW; jr
Cook, we are now better prepi" 1 rog to make many
the public as we are now making ere ( oP muth,
snbstantfal, iniprove-nonts. . Tobidb Ucaiuui . .
Traveling men a upecialty. A T .T
KELLEY & ROY Proprietors.
we nniHt all mvignlie tlw fact that
wo have tlicni with u to amy ami
grow more powerful I It not wlac
lo fully riH-ogulxo them by law; lo
admit tiwlr necNNlty aa labor guide
and protector; to conaorvo their
fulmwa, liicreato their roaiMinaiblllty
aud prevent their follloa nmi ngn
aloti by conferring iiKn tbeiu prlv
IIckm enjoyed by onriairntloua with
llko proiHir realrlutlona and rcgulu
"Tho grow-th of corporative power
and wealth baa beon tlw marvel of
Iho piwt fifty year. (!noratJotui
have tindoubtiHlly Ih-ik fltil tlw coun
try and broitght ll rtHUMtrcea to our
door. It will not be aurprlalug If
tho mnrvol of Urn next fifty year will
bit tho aovanccmeut of hibor to a ixml
jlon of llko iwwcr an 1 reniM)nlbllliy"
Tho rinmlalnn tleonw the roconi
iniiulutioii of pi'Cllic rciimillca pro-
Tho commlMHlon recommend tbnt
ttit-ro bo a permnuent t'nitnd Stilton
Htrlko commiNNloti of three member,
with dutleo and power of lnvetlgit'
tlon and roeuu niendu tlon a to ill
nutpa twtweon railway and their
omployra, altullur to tlioao luvet(il
In tlw lntertatH commorco couiiiiImhIoii
aa to rate, etc.
Iier, thnateniHl to blow tip the car
with dynamite. Kuglnucr Stcvennoii
callod to tho ineaapttgcr and linnlored
him to otM'ti tlw tliKir. which Iw did.
The hnndliaetitored the car, pluixlcrvd
It, and In full view of tlw terrliled
piiaaeitger cIiiiiiImtiiI up llw bill ami
umdo their ctia. It waa a aucceaa
fully tilunned hold up, which 1ut iv
qulrwl Pfieon nilnulm Meawiwr
Chapman aiicciiilcd lu hiding all tlw
money aavo f J iu currwicy which
Iw handml over to tho mblwr. The
roblier are luippowd to bo tho Cook.
T1IK HAWAIIAN ELECTION.
Vlotorln, It. C. Nov. 12.Tho toam
xlilii Mlowera arrived toilny, bringing
ml vice from Honolulu to November
.'Id. n follmv:
Tho election wn held October 2!Hh
for Boiintor and repn-atnutlve for
Itw IcglMtitturc. On till ialuud all the
candidate of I'lo American union
party wore elected. Tho alnglo oppo
sition cnuilliiate rniiiMi or cimtiioii.
On tho other Ixliimla tlw cntidldiite
oloctod are nearly nil active Htipport
era of tlw republic. It I believed
tlmt nil tlw wnii tor atrr.ugiy aupport
imnesatlon, notw'.llwhiiullng there 1
a dlHMMlitou of aoiuo of Uw pin liter
to ouvocato tlu contlnutHl imiepcini-
ein'o of tho republic, In order to be
free to Import Amatlo contract Jnbor.
Henry I'. ltnlilwln, of Maui, slumlH at
A Hongrowor Samlbnggcd, ltobbcu
nmi Thrown Into A Mllll-nrp.
Albnnv. lr.. Nov. 12. -New of an tlw beiul of tlw plautera and la a lead
ntteiiiitd murder nt Illinium I itwt or lu leglalatlon. Ho low coma out
pn,.ivid hero, .lownh Hulil. a hoD- strongly for annexation, noivvtlJi
ralwir at tlmt place, wn returning Utnndlng hi dealre a a planter for
fmm bin boo ranch lnt night About chciip lutmr. Ha bellevoa tlutt If on
7 o'clock, aa ho wa croHHlng n bridge nexntlou almllMhe tho coutrnct labor
over a canal In the oumklrta of town, ayntom It will more than coinpenaate
unknown partlo struck bliu over tho In other way. Ho think Uiero are
luxtd with a club or aandbag, too many Japaneno In tlw country
robbed him of $213 and threw hi now, that rnrtugeaa should bo Intro-
body Into tlw canul Tho cold water duoed limtead, and that tho plan of
revived bliu, ami no niaiingeit to get co-oimwuIvq oimuing or tno antire ya
out and wn iieitH-ii nonio, a phho om would uceeeo.
wotirod tho vicinity until Into at ullit, An Autograph letter of Quwm Vic
but found no truce of the nswmmilna. torlti, rocogal.lng tho republic of Hit
Hulil waa formerly engaged In tue wnll. wa received on the 211th of Oc-
bttU'her btwlne, and Ih well known. UoImt. by H. B. M. Commander
Ho anva It wn very dark, and ho ii,iW,. Owing to tlw almcnco of
could not aee tho featui-ea of hi n- hrebloiit Dole In Hawaii, It ha not
Hallanta. They evidently believed him lKH, prugtied. An autograph letter
dead. Ilia Injnrle, It la thought, will 0r tjm vmr 0f HucHln, rwognlzliig tho
not provo fatal
RK THE BEST.
WHEAT AND HOI' TIIICES.
Ran Francldco. Nov. 12. When t-
Tho miirket 1 Htroujj, In tone; Stoic
for No. 1, shipping; ooc for cuoice.
Milling (leacrlptloiw 02M(C 6J P.'ic.
Liverpool Whivit tlnn; (leinnmi
moderate. No. 2, red winter, 4 N'au;
do. apring, 4 lid. Hop at London
Piudllc coant flrtn, detnunu niotieraiej
new crop, 2 1.1 S .'1.
New York. Hops steady.
Portlnml-Wlikafr-ViUley, 72V 0
75c; Walla Walla, OTVic di oc.
THE rOKTLAND EXPOSITION.
Portland, Nor. 12. Arrangement
aro being made to entertain the edit
ors of Oregon and Wtwfiington on the
opening day of the exposition. Work
la progressing rapidly in getting it Into
Hhape. T1e groat cyclorama of the
baHlo of Iiookont Mountain and Mis
sionary ltldge has been secured, also
tho Chinese theatre company that was
at the World's fair.
New York, Nov. 12. In the first bil
liard game between Schnefer and Ives
the score was, Seiiaofer 000, Ives 508.
BUDD "STILL AHEAD.
San FranclscJ, Nov. 12. Accordliig
to tho latest returna Budd, democrat,
for governor, 1ms 1,078 plurality.
lemibllc will received today.
Tho birthday or tlw emperor or
Japan was entlniHliiaileatly. observed
here by his subject loil.iy. A pi-o-cesslon
of Japan eve pit railed tho
streets. The Chinese wei much Irri
tated, and notified the police there
would be a fight upon the slightest
dl;play of Insolence by Uw Japanese,
There was no trouble.
President Dole Is Inspecting crown
and government lauds on the Island
of Hawaii. He m preparing new
liomoHteud laws for the coming legislature.
Tho British stwimor Naushnu ar
rived October ZHth with 1,000 Japan
ese laborers.- Several (lays previous
thyo Japanese sailors mutinied and
were supported by the passengers. A
court martial is lu progress unon the
mutineers, held by the British com
missioner. Tho Jnpanevo In Hawaii have raised
$0,000 for the lied Cross society at
tending the Japui t-so armies.
SMALLPOX IN NEW YORK.
AN AMEH1CAN HTlCAMKIt.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 12.-8hortly
after 12 o clock tho tmigulflcent Mtentu
ship Ht. Iitils. of the Amurlcnn lino,
wn successfully lnum-bml at tin
Crump uliliivanls. The alTnlr was
wltuiwd by fully Wl.tKS) rsHiplo. Mr,
Cleveland, wife of tho pnnldiHit, broke
tho trnilltlounl Isittlo or champagne
on tlw bow of tlw uoblo ship aa It
glided down tlw way, at tlw sumo
time utlertng the word, "I chrlten
Mice St. Louis." lu tills Instance and
for the first tlum slneo the wnony
was observed at the h!pyards. the
champagne wn of Amerlcuu make,
Ail the preparations for the launch
had boou carefully made, anil, al
though tlw h!p Is 120 feet longer
than any that ever has been munched
tho dltllcult fetit of getting tho vessel
from tho ways Into tho water wa
accomplished without ft hitch. After
tho launch, Invited guts to tlw until
ber of 400 were (nttvtalmHl at lunch
lu tho office of tho builder. Charles
Crnmn, In a aisvch of welcome to
Prealdeut Cleveland, tnld that with
two exception the Ht Iul waa the
largest aud most powerful ship lu the
world. Ho n'fern'd to tlw progrea
of shipbuilding uiiilcr Priwldeut t'leve
land'a administration, and cndUH to
his policy tlw fact that such wonder
ful rcsnlta hud lcu accomplished In
America. "Tho Ht Lonls," ho said,
"Is built on American plans, by A hut
lean workmen and of American ma
terial. Twenty-six ship were ns-ooi
mended by Mr. Cleveland ami author
ised by cougnw." Concluding, ha
wild that white there msy he honest
difference on ouealiou, untlouiu so
pnivai of Cleveland's naval policy
would always, m unanlmmia.
-Tiie toast tu Prealdout Cleveland
wn drunk with cheer, and ho made
President Cleveland wild:
"Whllo wo may well bo proud be
cnuso wo havo launched lb htrgeat
and most powerful steamship over
built In tlw western hemisphere, aud
with two exceptions largest and most
jKiwerfut In tho world, and whllo we
may find remain for additional pride
lu the fact notwithstanding tho gen
oral economy and untoward conditions
not encouraging to such acta, tbl
great vessel hna been built on A inert
can plans by Amerlcuu mechanics and
of American material. Yet we must
not forgot that our gresust cause of
congratulation I found lu the hope
and promise these luctdetils furnish of
tlw revival aud development or Amer
ican commorco and the renewed op
pesrauco of tho American flag In for
'AITAIItft IN UUSSIA.
The t'rnr Will Maintain the Bight
r and Privilege of All.
Ht. Petersburg. Nov. l!l-Tlw body
of tho late tar arrived at 10 o'clock
till morning. Preceding the ceremony
of - removing tho body from Nicola
tntlon to tlw fortre, (lints guu
were II red, The piocession, ow ing to
a henry nuow storm, had to move
through def i slush.
In a procltiwiiUoii to tlw people of
Kiuliiinl. the Itusslun emperor says
hewill tiiiilntiiln tho nJlulou and fuu
tUnu-utal law of the country, aud tlw
rtuhf aud privilege of (.very ti.taa.
i'j uu caar baa apisiintcd tne I'nuw
iV Wale honorary colonel of tlw KlefT
regiment or tlrngism.
HIX MILKS LONG.
Ht Pelorsburg, Nor. 1.1. The fun
erul procession of the late czar today
was sis mil long ami a most iw
SAME IN NEW POUNDLAND.
Ili'lM'iiiing tlw Majorities of This Conn
try Agulusl Their Admlnlsuauou.
St. John, N. F Nov. 13.-The
Whltttwayltcs have swept St. John
overwhelming tlw government wlih
larger umJoiiUci than ever before
obtained on this Island, lu St John
Eu.it. tho two Whllewaylto candidal'
were oleoted, having maJorlUea of
nlsmt l.'xs) each. In Ht John West
Ui re Whllewaylto caudldatea wtre
elected with equally largo majorities.
In other dlatrlct.4 the result will, not
be known until tomorrow.
DAMAGE BY FLOODS.
IJiubm, Nov. i;i.-.Much damage ho
been dono In the fliastcd district and
some Uvea have been lost Pnssen
gers who crosl tho channel during
the storm dewuilio the voyage as an
awful experience. In Dorsetshire and
Sonmrsottthlre the heaviest floods in
ayenrs liave bilen experlentHHl. At
iiatn, Mimcrset uie water was brensi
high lu many of the streets. Iu other
place the people were so alarmed by
the rising waters Uiat they aougnt
refuge In tho attics or on high ground.
People had to bo rescued by boats
fron, tlw windows of llw upper stories
of houses. Others were fed by boats
the sii mo way. Recent galea are re-
Hit-icd along the coast aud throughout
SAME OLD STORY.
San Francisco, Nov. 13. Six fur
longs, maidens Florence Dickey won
Seven f Uilongs-Ohlycsa . won in
Match rnee, five furlougs Cliu'quer
won lu 0.ri 3-4.
About six furlongs, :2-.Toar-olds
Lady Diamond won in l:l2'j.
One mile l'nnuikl won In 1:40 31.
Ono mile, 8-ynarolda Artist won
FAILURE IN WASHINGTON.
Spokane, Wash., Novt 13. J. A.
Loomls & Co., general merchants of
Loomls, Ohnnogan county, hnve as
signed to Henry Wellington luid
Frank Rlehter, The Arm was one of
the largest lu that section. No state
ment of assets or liabilities has been
made, but friends of tho firm here bo
Uevo It will pay in full and leave a
handsome residue. -
Now York, Nov. 12. Thirteen cases
of smallpox were discovered today In
the vlolully of West Thirty-ninth
THE CASH ACCOUNT.
Washington, Nov. 12. The cash bill-
NO WATER TO FIGHT IT.
Vallejo, Cal, Nov. 13. Fire started
this morning at tho Good Templars'
homo In a liny barn containing about
(Ml tons of hay, The Are Is still burn
ing, and there Is no way to put It out
on account of the scarcity of water,
No damn go Is apprehended to the
other buildings unless the w ind chang
es to tho north.
TUB JAPANESE ADVANCE
How It Has Progress-
ed So Victoriously.
Reliable Particulars of
At No Point Ikt tba Chinese Seem to
;nve Made a Stand Worthy
of Soldier. .
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 13 -Th
steamship Peru arrived toulght from
Yokohama bringing tlw following ad
vice to tlw Associated Press:
Yokohama, Oct 80.-4ionersl Oya
ma's army left Japan October lain.
The number of his troop was estimat
ed at a little more than 20,ouo. They
filled nearly fifty transports and 0O0
flat bottomed boats accompanied too
flotilla to facilitate a landing.
October 24th Uw east coast of Llau
Tung waa nwuhod. A Qonslderable
part of the force was put anhore at
point suptHsiea to be some forty
miles north of Port Arthur and a little
mirth of tho fortified town of Kin
Choo, or Chlu Chul, on Uie opposite
coast. The remainder or the army
mused around the extremity or Uie
peninsula into the guir of PeeJiiil ana
toward a desunation not yet positive
ly known to Uw nubile lu Japan. The
Sect under Admiral lto moved sim
tiltanootisly upon the station at Port
Arthur and 'fallen. Tba purpose was
to hem In nil tlw Chinese garrisons in
Uw southern iwtrt of Llau Tung and
compel their surrender, as well as that
of Admiral Ting's squadrons. The
native troops defending Uieso positions
were not belloved to exceed 8,000 lu
number. These facts are telegraphed
The seen of the operations la so
rHiHiio that no direct Intelligence has
been received by the Japanese gov
criiuieiit The mastery of the strong
holds which command one side of the
ontrau-e to, the gulf of Pechlll will
give a ww .-mil advantage to japan
and the ptscauislMU and destruction of
trie MiiliM sneitered at Port Aittmr
will secure her undisputed control of
Chinese waters; but Ute capture of a
large body of soldiers will Iw only, a
burden, which would be gladly avoid
ed were It possible.
General lanuigatas haa signalised
Its advance Into Manchuria by Uie
seliura of tho wailed town of Kew
Issn or Chlu Lien. The attack was
so poorly met that tlu encounter
could isitrcely be calhd a battle.
Tlw crossing of the Yalu river wo
cnmploted on the morning of -Oclols-r
..itli and was fidlowed by a smvession
of skirmishes In which the Jaiwnese
lost seventy killed and - woumlwL
Kew IsM-n fell (.Mobet-Stlth;' The do-
fending force wns estlmaiiHl various
ly at from 10.000 to mono, all of whom
ran away at tlw first onnet of the as-
Mtllants. .: ,
The Jaiuutese casunlllea were about.
twenty kllbst and eighty wounded
Of tlw Chinese 2iK) are reiawted killed
The sisill were of great vnluaUn
eluding thirty large cannon, thousands
of small arms, abundance of ammu
nlUon, 3S) tents and quantities of pro
visions and fodder. The assault was
led by Colonel Sato. Tlw f ugnUve
ore expected to rally at Hong Whong,
a fortified city on the road to Mouk
den, and llttlo more than half way
between that ancient capital and Kew
Loon. There a strong fore la under-.
stood to be garnered, ramcniara or
tho movements In Manchuria, are ob
tained wlUt dlfllcuHy. owing to Uio ex
cesslvo aeualtlveuess of tlw Japanese
authorities to the charges of dissemi
nating fale news, which have bocu
brought against them abroad. Ad
vleea from Tien Tsln nnuounco that
the Chinese have teemvd from Hong
Kong and Shanghai a bank loan of
ten million taels, at seven per cent
With thta inoney several ' ships of
Chill's navy aro to bo purchased,-If
tlw present Intention Is carried out
The exodus or foreigners Jrpm . Ft-
kin continues. The British mlulstrr
peremptorily ordered hi countrymen
to leave, and if ray aliens remain It
will be without tlw sanction or their
diplomatic representatives, who do not
undertake to guarantee their safety,
Not Uw fonlgners alone, but the great
number, of. wealthy natives are .Jon
snklnir their homes 'and seeking shel
ter In clues nearer Uio foiist Kven
Tien Tsln and Che Foo aro considered
uudcslrablo places of abode and hun
dreds of families aro on their way , to
Shanghai. The only EuroKnn In tlw
Chinese service who.llngjpM at Pekln
I Sir Hubert Hart chief of tlw cus
toms stuff, and he, It la said, will
ling to bis post to the last extremity.
A severe carUiiiunke occurred in tne
northern provinces of the mam Island
of Japan on October 22d. More thaB
throo hundred persoua were Kiuea.
ho town of Sakata was almost en
rely destroyed. ; - ,
DEFER TO UNCLE SAM.
IiOiulon. Nov. 13. It Is stated .here
on good authority that the European
powers are not disposed to take any
action In regard to the war between
China aud Japan as long as the gov
ernment of the United States Is offer
New York, Nov. 13. Tho second
Inlght's blllliird tourney between
Schnefer and Ives resulted: Ives 032,
Sdhaofer 2.13. . Totals, Ives 1,200,
SeJiaofor 833. Ives' average tonight
was 57 6-11, which beats the previous
record of 83 1-8 held by both Ives and
Schnefer.' . .
CASSIU8 GONE DAFT.
nnco In the treasury today was f 101,-1 eeeded In marrvlng Drottv 15-vear-i
3S3.135: gold reservo S02.007.844. 'noes. niohnniHon
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 13. General
Casslus M. Clay this morning, des
pite the efforts of his children, suc-
KNIGHTS OF LABOR. i
NolUier Debs Nor Powderly Present,
but the Latter Expected.
Now Orleans, Lo.. Nov. 13.-Noliher
ex-Grand Master Workman Towderly
nor Eugene Dobs, who had been In
vited, were present when tho Knights
Labor convenuou -was . caiica 10
order today. It was stated PoWderly
ould arrive tomorrow. JJebs tele
graphed be had boon cited to. appear
In Chicago, and would be nuauio to at
tend. Delegates representing the vari
ous states lu the Union , were In at
tendance. Colonel T. Sumbola Jonea
appeared as the special representative
of Governor Foster, aiid read a letter
from hhu commending the order.
Muvor Fltsnatrlck made an address
of welcome on behalf of. tlw city,, and
Grand Master Sovereign 'repllcdoh bo-
half of the- Kniguts or uuior. Alter
the public ceremonies Uio public was
asked to retire. Sovereign la author
ity for tho stateuieut that ho Is not a
candidate In tho sense, of actively can
vassing. . . . .. ,
UNPRECEDENTED . 'UJORITIES.
Indlnnnpolis, Nov. .18.T(rhe official
vote of last Tuesday's election in In
diana has been received and by con
gressional districts tho 'republicans
have A ninjorlty of 65,040. The popu
list caudldtito for secretary of state
received 20,251 votes, showing a popu
list sain ever 1802 of 7,504.
Highest of all ia Leavening Powers-Latest U.S. Gov't Report
sn. ia w n i , n .
i W C3 1X W vlLwd.
in 1 1 1 sr
w missing mum
BONDS TO BE ISSUED.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 13.-8ecretarr
Carlisle late this afternoon Issued hi
call for bids for 50,000,000 five pcr
cent ten yeara bonds, interest to be
paid la coin, which la lutorpretcd to
mean gold. The only material change
made In the present call from that
lusued January 14th last are tho omis
sion of an upset or minimum price
wnich would be accepted, and no
tice Uiat prisjssutls for tho pnnent
Issne must 1st scaled. It Is confidently
exported at tho treasury department
that an amount will be realised con
siderably In excess of Uiat received
on tho February Issue. Healed pro
posals will bo received at he treasury
department nutll noon on Uie 24th day
of November. The denomination of
bond will be $5o and upward. The
bond will be dated February 1, 1804,
In .order to make Uio proitosed Issue
uniform as to date with Uie existing
Issui, but Interest thereon will begin
November 1. 1WI, aud bidders will
bo required to pay tho accrued inter
est at tho rate of five per cent on the
face value of their Initio from Novem
ber 1st to date or dates of payment
. ii na .
SOME SPITE WORK.
Soma Prominent ClUsens Arrested on
Trumped up Charge.
Portland, Nov. 13,-The bearing of
Everett Hicks, a Canyon City lawyer
aud democratic politician; John Wash,
ex-sherlff of Grant count; L Jewett,
liveryman and stage contractor; M.
J. Chamber, proprietor of the Elk-
born mjfel at Canyon city, aud T. A.
Morrison, wno lormony owe suige
between Canyon City and Harney, on
a charge of interfering with the
United States malls, waa' held before
Judge Bollinger this afternoon. Tho
men were discharged.
At an early hour this morning the
monitor Monterey quietly picked up
ber anchor and steamed away down
the river In charge -of Pilot Patterson.
From Astoria th tfetovi will proceed
north to Puget souud., She w ill prob
ably pas the wlntr months in Se
attle harbor, t A
; lA SERIOUS CASE. .
Cincinnati, Nov. ia-Dr. "Emanuel
Schwab , of .Jdadbsm PI to . Walnut
hills, .Is suffering from an affliction of
the eye resulliug fronw a- peculiar
cause, tio nsa amoug ma paueui one
who, is - suffering ;'frou- uipiitnena.
Whllo visiting his patlrot be waa la
the act of examining tlw Uiroat when
Uw sufferer coughed. ' As be uia so a
mooo of mucous from the ' throat
rfuck tho doctor- lu tho eyes.. Dr.,
Schwab finished his work. - In a few
hours odo of. hla eyes began to burn,
And aoou, 'became inflamed. He real
ised Uiat'' Uw jsilsoned mucous bad
affectedvHie tender lining of the eye,
and w hen It refused to yield to simple
treatment ne caueu an ocuusu au ex
amlnatjon ' developed that the poison
had lmpignnted In the muscles of
the y and Uiat It-was a serious case.
Thorough Search for
Her Is Ordered.
wwvvav iAUWi f IiiVm..
Seattle Chamber of Commerce Afatuf
Free Cofattfe of Silver-Other
XL News from Uie Norm. 1
.RACES AT 'FIUSCO.
San Francisco. Nov. 13. Directum,
klugf. trottiuff stallioua, has arrived
from tho East .together with another
big batch' of Eastern racers, who will
participate In the present meeting of
the California Jockey club.
SEATTLE, Nov. IS.-A telegram was'
receivtMl today by James V. Hod gey
Jr., ono of Uie proprietors of the Post
InUJIigencer, from Uie treasury do
part 111 em t staUng that the revoooo
cutter Itlchard Rush had been ordered
from San Francisco to make a ctuIm
along the coast of Vancouver Island
and make a thorough search for tba
wreckage aud survivors from the mist
ing ship I van hoe, on which Hon. F. 3.
Grant, editor of Uie PosMntelllgencer,
Is a passenger.
The chamber of commerce today
agreed on hit tractions to the delegate
to the trans-Mississippi coogreaa to be
held at St Louis November 26. . Tba
delegates will be Instructed to oppose
Uie f roe coinage of silver.
Chicago, Nor. 13.-The noted think
ers of tho economic world were fath
ered at . Wlllard's hall today when
the congress of arbitration was open
id by President Lyman J. Gage, of
Uie. Chicago Civic federation. Th
congnts has been called for the dis
cussion of means of arbitration and
.tits prevention at trouble between
employes and employers. Tne pro
motors of the affair expressed them- ,
solve confident agitation of the ques
tion would result In legislation bene
ficial to all classes.
-Chicago, Nor. 13.-Congreasman E.
Met Jahn conies under the wire a win
ner, the only democrat elected in Chi
cago. The finish of the official count
today1 gave htm a plurality of 70
otesr over Belknap, republican. Mc
Gann'a success makes him a danger
oua rival of John P. Hopkins for the
democratic mayoralty nomination in
San Francisco. Nor. 13. Wheat de
mand for shipping purpose continues
fairly steady, though buyers appear
to be In no baste. No. 1 shipping,.
88 3-4, with 00 for something choice.
Milling grades, 92W(5, though some
holders of choice lota ask a little
Liverpool-Wheat fUrm; demand
moderate; No. 2 Red Winter, 4a M;
New York. Hops steady.
A World's Tribute.
America Leads the Nations in
the March of Progress.
a .', Amono; tho Avondcra of the World's Columbian Fair the
' A grandest was the exhibit of American products. The Ex
hibition was, in tliis respect, an object lesson of the grandeur
' and glory of the Republic. Among the exhibits from the
: TJaiJed States no article of its class stood so high as
Dr. Price'sCream Baking Powder.
... ,Tbe Chief Chemiut of the Agricultural Department at
Washington, backcl '7 an intelligent jury at the Expobition,
' ' "found it stroa'-cit in Ravening power, peerless in its purity
and beyond comparison in uniform excellence,
Received Highest Award
, ,1; "At the' .World's Fair.
The' award is a matter of official record,
i Nothing coujd settle so decisively the immeasureable
.''superiority of Dr. Price's over all other powders as the
great honor bestowed at Chicago, ,
. nuu 4
' , few