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OREGON CITY. CLACKAMAS COUNTY. OUKGON. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 189.3.
Is that midory experienced whofi
suddenly nmdo aware that you
possess u diuboliciil arrangement
called stomuch. No two dyHpep-
tics have the mime predominant
symptoms, but whutever form
The underlying cause i$
in the LIVER,
and one thing is certain no one
will reniuin a dyspeptic w ho will
2tfV " will eorreot
ifTT.fnnm Acuity or te
Eipel foul pun,
and at tbs ismg
Start the Liver working and
alt bodily ailments
"For more than three yean I suffered with
PyspepHja in it wont form. I tried leveral
dociurs, bin they afforded no relief. At lait I tried
Simmon Liver Kegnlator, which cured me in a
ihgri time. It It a Rood medicine. I would not
be without it. James A. Koanb, rhiwl a. Pa.
" a general family remedy lur Dyipcpnia,
Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc., I hardly ever
iik anything else, and have never been disap
(M.intfd in lite ctTect produced; it tee nit to be
alitn-ftt perlect cure Tor all diieaes of the Stomach
ana Jloweii.' w. J. Mtu.Kv, Macon, oa.
About 1,850.000 snuare miles of look'
ing glasses are manufactured annually
About 00 per cent of the copper pro-
nucea in tins country comes troin tne
ijuko superior region
On lower Broadway, New York, in
comer plots land is worth from 115,000
to izu,uuu per iront loot.
A lump of nickel weighing 4,500
pounds, exhibited at the World's Fair,
is worth null as many dollars.
Boston was the first American city to
nrouuee an American-made uuiDrolla
That was over eighty years ago.
An Antarctic whaling and sealing com'
pany, designed to operate on a large
scale, is being lormed in Dundee.
During the period beginning July 1,
ltilUt -Mil nl M T..n OA 1U7T
UJU, nuu C1I141IIH tfllllo uv lof f , UIO lie
exixrts of gold amounted to $357,270,-
A government check for 1 cent, given
during the war to correct an error, is
still in tne possession oi a flew York
M. Marie of Paris is known as the
dog barber." He daily clips from ten
to thirty dogs. The price of a clip is 2
During the present century the food
supply of all the principal nations has
increased in a much greater ratio man
The Paris Exposition represented an
outlay of something like (5,000,000. The
Chicago Fair represents an outlay of
Of the 940 papers and magazines pub
lished in New York city exactly one-half
473 are issued monthly. The dailies
Judge Morrow Denies mil in
Five Chinese Cases.
MINES OF THE C(EUR D'ALENE.
Proposed Consolidation of the Lead
ing Street Railroads of San
The greater part of the world's suddIv
of needles comes from Redditch in Eng
land, where there are 20,000 people en
gaged in the industry.
There are annually killed in Africa a
minimum of 05,000 elephants, yielding
tho production of raw ivory, the selling
price of which is X&W.OOO.
The silver product of the United States
is about per centol our total mineral
production, which according to the cen
SUB Was in 188 $687,230,(10:2.
The biggest diamond in the world, re
cently found at Kimberly, South Africa,
weighs over 900 carats, and is so valua
ble that it was insured for 11,250,000 for
transmission to Europe.
The valuable whales have about all
disappeared from the North Pacific,
tfeliring and Ukhotsk seas no longer con'
tain them, and the Arctic Ocean is the
only recognized whaling ground left.
Steel pens were first made in 1807.
The annual sales at present in the
United States are estimated at 30.000.000
pens, while the world annually consumes
The value of farming lands in this
country is greatest in New Jersey, In
1888 it averaged: flew Jersey. too
Massachusetts, 150; Ohio, $40; New
York, $44: Vermont, 130: Maryland,
$;; Wisconsin, la, and in some west
ern States less than to per acre,
l lie growth ot the orange industry in
Florida has increased from a production
of 000,000 boxes in 1885 to 3,500,000 for
the season just closed, and according to
fsuinates inn mi
fully 5,000,000 do:
Foreign Demand for Silver
THE DROUGHT IN
EASTERN MELANGE. FE0 Washington citv. ;
Thomas If. Endicott of Washington
State has had bis pension increased,
The acting Secretary of War has ren
dered a decision holding that dishon
orable discharge from the service is an
entire expulsion from the army and cov
ers all unexpired enlistments.
Negotiations looking to the acoulsi-
KENTUCKY. tion of the Mole St. Nicholas, Hayti, for
use oy the united (Hates as a coaling
station will be reopened by Henry M.
Smythe, the new Minister to Hayti.
Government officials express some
doubt that the Costa Kican government
will surrender Francis II. Weeks, the
New York absconder, as there is no ex
tradition treaty between the countries.
The United States will, however, acqui
esce in the request for the absconder's
Alabama convicts will be put to work extradition made by the State of New
The new White House baby will be
known hereafter as " Esther." The old-i
fashioned name has been selected for the
child by the President. Mrs. Cleveland
savs that the selection of this name has
no significance other than a partiality oi
Railroad Earnings Still Show Dis-
appointing' Results Mexican
Officials Released. .
Welsh Miners Return to Work
at Reduced Wages.
VICTORIA'S EYESIGHT FAILING.
in factories instead of mines,
Secretary Greshara is preparing a re
port on the Hawaiian question.
The promise of immigration to Texas
1 I.I I I 11- w .
is cuusiuereu to ue very nattering,
The army worm has made its anoear-
ance in portion, of Red River county, renU EE&EBSZ
. , , , . i jjohici menus a qvai ctuu gwu iwr
iiHJiAiiioa aio iv uv vuiiv near tne a in- I tuna
i . , l . i i I '
u.... I...M.ury , m operate., oy j. r-mmIjoller Lamoreaux has
been notified that the force employed at
Students, Professors and Women of
Rank Arrested for Plotting
Against the Cm.
crop will be
which over 4,000.000 will be marketed,
The average price received by growers
the past season was $1.31 per box.
Salem's indebtedness, $59,500, it is
proposed to bond.
Portland's trade outlook is reported to
he very encouraging;.
The cattle on the Northern Arizona
ranches are rolling fat,
San Diego county's tax rate is fixed at
$1.85, higher than ever before.
The oiioning of the Camr d'Alene
mines is expected in a short time,
Sheep owners at Duncan's, B.C., have
organized lor protection against pan'
The tailors at Vancouver, Victoria and
aiiainioJiCu. are on a strike against
News lias reached Victoria, B. C, of
the seizure of six sealing schooners by
Hon growers in Washington are dis-
charging Indians in favor of whites
whenever it is possible to do so.
The Mint National Bamc -of Los An- Mark Twain's daughter, Miss Clara
geies nas men n sun ni oan ui mmuniu ciemens, lias written a play, it is ane-
linn Tnlln., T . ,-n 1 in. Irt.rt- I .... .
HK.uimi, uiu i aire; iiiinuvu vum- goricai in character,
.panyiorsm.uw. John Addington Svmonds. the English
The Reno Gazette becomes somewhat essayist and writer on art, died rich. He
excited over a rumor that a scheme is in ieft an estate valued at 75,286, most of
progress to annex uiau aim i"Ke ut which, however, came to him by bequest
j.iiK.0 tne capitui. Bret Harte cannot work except in se-
The grand jury of Tillamook county elusion, and when he is busy on a story
failed to find an indictment against Dave iie will hide himself away in some sub-
xiownra lor Betting nre to tne town, aim urban retreat known only to his closest
he was set at liberty. friends.
Contractsjhave been lot to restore the Prof. Heinrich Kiehert, the eminent
San Luis Key Mission. Much of the geographer and author of the best exist-
carpentering will be done by the Fran- ing ancient atlas, has just celebrated his
c scan brothers themselves. (otli birthday at Berlin. He is in excel'
Surprising developments are antici- lent health.
nated from tho investigation into the Sir Arthur Sullivan, the song writer.
Citv Bank affairs at Los Angeles by the is a short-necked, thick-set, beetle-
grand jury now in progress. browed man, with curly black hair, mus-
.TudL'e Risimr at Carson. Nev.. in a suit tac"e and side whiskers, and is some
to enforce payment for street work lias
decided that a County Commissioner
had no right to let contracts to himself,
The citizens of Spokane propose to
what stilted as to manner
Bishop John P. Newman of the Meth
odist Church, who lias been visiting the
missions in south America, has been ab-
prosecute the boodling officials, and have enl about four months, and his tour has
secured evidence of a startling character, covered about 14,000 miles.
It is believed $200,000 has been stolen by Prof. Charles Carroll Everett of the
city officials. Harvard divinity school will represent
. . ,. i ine university at tne ceremonies awena-
Salem now has an ordinance designed . ,'., t i,,.i i
, . . i ii i ii I,, r I iiik .no VIJCIiiiilE ui iT.aii.iicDbVi s lien vaji-
to shut out all peddlers. Those who have i .i i s
been in the habit of soliciting orders for ,,., , , ,
ci,i.i o.wi .wi.intt.in nnmiui.niiinullrKl The full-sized model for the equestrian
to pay a license of 5 a day. statue of the late Emperor William of
mounted on a charger led by an angel of
five Los Angeles Uhineee now at aan peace, the casting in bronze will take
Francisco awaiting the decision of the over a vear.
United States Supreme Court on their Associate Justice Charles E. Fenner of
anneal from the District Court's decision the Supreme Court of Louisiana has ten
denving them writs of habeas corpus, dered his resignation, being desirous of
This makes a curious complication. 1 he resuming the practice of law, which is
Chinese are at present confined in the at once more remunerative and in some
Alameda countv jail, thongn according ways more congenial to ins tastes,
to Judge Ross' decision they cannot be The report that Prince Max of Saxony
luipiisoneu, as tney nave wiiiniiiucu has become a priest is connrmed. The
crime. They cannot be deported because young man. who is a neohew of the
of their appeal to the Supreme Court, King of Saxony, was serving in a regi
and they cannot go free because of that met 0f Uhlans, when he suddenly left
1 TV., rl.inaoa will ririna alllt 1 j: ! 1 i ; a I
Hliirctu. iuc viiinc "... ".."b nig cuinm&nu, umuiiBgeu ins servants ana
against Marshal Gard for false imprison- entered a monastery at Oschatz.
ment. If he releases them, he will be Ex.Congrelwmftn johnCessnaof Penn-
gu.lty of contempt of court o the north- , . h nt gt ey
ern district of California, which has re- ' ,,- . PrinVlin Mir.h.11
fused them bail. If he does not release r.n : i .1
, ,. J U. VUl n(B D 1 W 11. 1IM KIBUUIIWU HJC1Q 111
them, he is liable for damages on the ,..,. ... ...j; v.
rnlinKof the District Court of Southern t of the Su of
California that they are not criminals Pennsylvania in forty-five years. He is
ami cannot be imprisoned. now 72 years old.
Elmore. Sanborn it Co.'s fall salmon jennv Lind's private car was one of
circular, just issued, says: "At Shoal- the first to be nsed in this country, and
water Bay and dray's iiaroor nsn are jn the days when she was singing here
dearie. At l'uget Sound they were run- ;t attracted a great deal of attention. It
nine verv slack until recently, when they ... onlv n orHinarv cat. which she
took a spurt and came in in fairly large hired, and from which she had the seats
quantities. If dry weather continues, removed, fitting it np with her own iux-
the Pnget Sound canners will have a fair Brious household furniture,
pack, but even then it will to nothing - rvipf.-wi, i. . Bavarian painter
year's output. If ..the rains . WMr mode cloth' .nd
, . " ' J' :V,J:V- "ir , " j prowls about the streets of Munich in a
"r", 1 """"'i p.r.T',r" "1 sort of toga. He is coming to this conn
All me nvera bouui oi me voiumuia are . uA t, i nar4,-n nnm.
ber of Americans to his ideas, and ex-
wnat auring tne late rainy wratner. AC- . , . . . .
rrfin tn the latest renorti. fin.'. Har. P!". e?tMMn. :. .rt. f 'O"7' f
" F- I J - ---- I k.w l. .Kail Ka
ot has 2,000 cases, Shoal water Bay 1,200
cases and Tillamook 1,600 cases. The
quality of fall fish is about the same as
that of previous years. At Siuslaw and
the I'mpqua there has been a percepti
ble increase in size. No definite reports
are yet at hand from Coquille or Rogue
rivers. The fall fishing in the Columbia
is fairly successful. Only two canneries
are running. The fish in Baker's Bay
for the last few days have done well, and
the quantity of fish coming in, if they
ran in a small estuary, would give pros
pects of a large pack. They are very
much nattered, however, in tie Colum
bia. The humpback variety are coming
which be shall be the head.
Lady Tryon, widow of the late Ad
miral, has refused the government pen
sion of $3,000, which Admirals' widows
always receive. She is aware of the re
sponsibility of her husband for the Vic
toria disaster, and is unwilling to be a
beneficiary of the government's bounty
under such circumstances. The Admiral
waa a Lieutenant when she married him.
The dean of the London Lyceum Com
pany and the oldest actor on the stage is
Henry H. Howe, a white-haired, hale
man of 8? years. AU close readert of
theatrical melange know something of
him. Though an old man. he haa in re-
. . I fl, ,l , , I , a... ... I UIVU MUlflllCU l , 1 n W bll u iuiu) CllliriUTV
Nashville will probably issue 10p,000 the Cherokee Strip is insufficient,
pf city s:rip to supply the demand for a has delegated Chief Clerk Jacobs.
Kn.u.onv11. niuytar Km nnfnril Anil Snw ml Airant
The Keelevites are to have a day at Womack nnrnstrictwl orders to emnlov
the World's Fair, when 20,000 of the re I all the help necessary and carte-blanche
formed are expected. instructions to establish booths wherever
An Indiana bank which nvnntlv no. it is necessary. Each booth will here
pended began business on a capital of f fl after, it is stated at the land office, be
ana tailed lor f d,UUU. elJ' upon iweiuy-iour nuuro.
The wheel trust, organized loss than a I Government recnints from all sources
year ago, nas dissolved as a result 01 the continue more encouraging tins month
action of outside companies. than had been hoped for. Treasury offi-
Five hundred Presbyterians have left c'l's are beginning to believe tho excess
Colorado for the Cherokee Strip, where of expenditures over receipts will not be
tney propose to louna a colony. " large una monm an Hiev nave ueou
An alarming epidemic of typhoid and "'"V vmZ '"8 '""""! ' K"
intermittent fever is now prevailing at "w . , 1 .m. B 1 yr.
the military prison, iWworth. W IZTX'TX
The Comptroller of Indianapolis has u ;h i-iw.oi;,.., l.,,. nLtt
Ann A it a at In maba An l iv.n-aA nlloiitnt tr I . . . "
B 11 i ". . 1. ?,"J" well during the remainder.
sell 1000,000 of city refunding bonds. j. A of p,
Rival e ectric-light and power compa- moutfi, Utah, filed an application with
nies at Findlav. 0.. have consolidated. n. ri.,0.lm. nf iuti,.., f- ...,,....
and consumers expwt increased rates. for violating the laws relating to unlaw-
No bids having been made for convict ful cohabitation. The applicant savs he
labor in Minnesota, the State has 400 did not receive the benefit of President
prisoners for whom they have no work. Harrison's amnesty proclamation, and
Rev. Robert Mclntyre of Denver lias
requested that Ins salary be reduced from
(5,000 to 1,000 on account of hard times.
Water lias been selling at 10 cents a
cupful and 25 cents for a canteen along
the unerokee Htnp near Arkansas uity.
Employes of the Nashville, Chatta-
for that reason his unlawful relations did
not cease until a few davs after the time
mentioned by tbe proclamation as the
limit, November, 18IK). He says he lias
not violated any law of the country ex
cept that relating to cohabitation ; that
he has not violated this law for more
than two and one-half years. President
nooga and St. Louis railroad have agreed ln.0i.,i , ,ii,i ,i,..'ti,. i,
. . , . . V.I , v. , -1 1 , n io ,1. uviiu, naicwiui no unit
to a 10 per cent reduction for ninety pro)wry ?rant the pardon, and before
acting on 11 nas reierreu it oaca 10 tne
lhe Pennsylvania Uoinmissloners have Attorney-General for an opinion.
uaiuw vj uivncut uieir uuuuiiik I t ii.i a.ai i a
. ti, u A ni,: (.. i, ;8 In regard to the account of the inter-
, r,,v..-. ..... ,.- . - Secretary Gresham and
. . , , , . ... , the Chinese Minister, in which Secre
The Memphis banks ihave been notified tary Gresham is said to have told the
iiuiii new lun wiai uibv uau nave VI , nm M n iW ,ak lia o,l
the money necessary to move the cotton
Chinese Minister that the administra
tion did not intend to enforce the exclu
sion law. it is stated at the State Dmiart-
Bank circulation increased (15.000,000 ment that, whatever the views of the
in August and $5,000,000 in July, or $20,- President and Secretary Gresham might U Fifty thousand Christians of the to-
QQO.000 niiii. financial fmiihferRached.1 h" tl-" "'tnT. tlirir -riH Bit iriTC jHcrfl-"iwi"H t"' ' 1 ' I ' ' "
Urn nVilin.1 ilonil - 1 ............ .1.. ni..r I. J TlTT, lF. A.... Uaa fl..
v. imh duv, i nnauidiuu w bllD VI1II1CQO KOV-jmiUUnt,
The recent burning of a Chicago that a law would not be enforced while
dwellimr-housn hv a nrairin fire is a itr. I it remained on the statute books, and
-in a" . .f "I I ll,..tl,f...H....l I.II.II. .JI.
.iv viiuiciuiv no auiwiunu, Mi.1,1 luuicu w
Vienna is to have a circular city railway.
An electricaUiorse whip ii the latest
In r ranee, . '
Italy lias 60 ships of war, 171 heavy
K"iic anu iv.t,is men.
London emigration to Argentina is
much greater this year than it was last.
; An eleven-year-old daughter of Emln
Pasha is being carefully educated in Eu
rope. ; The French wheat crop Is estimated at
a decrease of 12,500,000 hectoliters from
that of 18112.
The Crown Princess of Sweden is try
ing to establish women photographers
'Much anxiety is shown in Cairo,
Egypt, because the Nile has yet shown
no signs of rising.
The Socialists of France propose tak
ing an active part in the shaping of leg
islation in the new Chamber of Deputies.
It Is said that the Russian fancy for
English and French ways have been su
perseded by a liking for things American.
At Carlsbad you are up by 6 a. m. and
in bed again by 9 r. no matter how
fashionably late your hours were at
The Pope will publish shortly a third
edition of his Latin poems, entitled
" Leonls PP XIII, Carmina et Inscrip
The miners in the Borlnage district of
TI.1....I. n..i..i. i .
..nniniiit, Dciium, nitvvj vuteu to go on
a strike immediately, unless the wages
Germany has changed the dress of ho
tel waiters to a short lacket like that of
a shin's steward, and Switzerland is soon
to follow suit.
Jane Cakebread has made her 201st
appearance before a London magistrate
for tier single offense, intoxication and
The new programme of nnblic Inntrnr.
tion adopted in France devotes more
time to the study of English and less to
the study ot German.
A conference of Finance Ministers of
the German Empire to draft a taxation
bill to cover imperial military expenses
is being held in Berlin.
Women who want to marry should
turn their eyes toward Johannesburg
in eooin Ainca. mere are at least ten
men to one woman there.
nificant commentary upon the magni
tude oi mat expansive city,
Tiie City Judge of Savannah. Ga,
fined himself $10 the other day for being
late, and then remitted the fine on the
ground that it was his first offense."
Railroad earnings Btill show disap-
Secretary Gresham was inaccurate. It
is understood that Mr. Gresham merely
assured the Minister of the good will of
the United States toward the Chinese
government and hoped the Question of
. ui ' i '
oauiuoiuii nuuiu uv ttmwKBU Ml a satis
factory manner, so that the amicable re-
IFUIllblllK rOBUlLD. A 11U till 1 1 1 J K'Ul 1 IB lull I oi nn. I wit ,...., .1.. ,. , 1
in oil noi-tinna tl.n nnnntr. On no. . . K OI IIJIIoniB
" - -.... j. would not be disturbed,
of the roads renortinor smaller rnrpintal
than a war nan. I Kcnresontatlve uates of Alabama has
p I tul 1 lltl,l t,
Mm. Frank Rheinhardt. a widow nf "'trouueeu a oill 10 annex V tan W We-
St. Paul, Minn., haa been notified that
vada. Mr. Oates said: "I have been
oi,. itiui, uiiiiu., una utwii iiubiucu tuttk ... , . . . ..
by the (ieath of her brother-in-law an thinking over this question a long time,
estate in India, valued at $25,000,000, has f1"1 1 believe I have found the true solu-
been left to her. tion of a vexing question. The plan is
New York city's saloonkeepers have l1" L""" Vonru8S
. UIIIV UUl,
that we should keep Utah out of the
Union. The passage of this bill will
I solve the question what to do with Utah
ti,o r .i,: .- u.
, j - ..- l,-ll -J .I1CIQ ID lIUIilllllll HI bllC VUll
starteu a strong movement to aooiisn 9t,tution to prevent it. There is no way
the free lunch. They assert that the to destrov tf,e 8tate T,mt cftnnot
ot luucii ib ncouidBo BipoiiBo, winuii don0i and vet !, future of Nevada is
serious Question. Tts nnnnlatinn rlu.
A movement is on toot in Hew York creased from 70.000 in 1880 to 42.000 in
to form a trades union including the 1890 in round numbers, and there is no
young women in sweetstuff shops and prospect of its recovering any part of
i emu Biurcs gouernny, nuore iuu iiuuro i wil H nas lost, un 1116 Other hand, II
are very long and the girls ill-paid. the silver-mining industry lie further di-
The foreign demand for silver is ran- mimshed, there will not be 20,000 people
idlv increas nor. Tim United Stains has in the State in five Vears. but it has two
exported $8,000,000 more of silver dur- senators and a Representative In Uon
ing the past eight months than during gress. Utah, just adjoining, has 240,000
a like period in 1802. population, and is not represented at all
Estimates are being prepared at the f"0 "X "eiegate w in no vote, it
New Department for the fabrication of " ' BV" evaua snoum nave
a sufficient number of modern guns for " Pw?r m yongress, nor is it lair
the wooden vessels which can be used
for cruisers for five or ten years more,
jiX-oenator inomas vv. raimer nas . a t. t m im ii.no nn. nio .n,i
presenteu w uie city oi ietroit ipr paix strength into the veins of a decaying
r r" " . i " " state." ine bin was reierred to the
entereu oy nis graiiuiauier in ioj unu Committee on Territories,
haa rwin ntrnp1 nv tnn mmilv vorv I
In reply to a Senate resolution of Sen
The Mexican officials who were ar- .r. "n 1 ',e ar? '
rested for having captured a lot of sheep "EE? ?i o .mJ .iL. i Z
on the Rio Grande owned by Americans "V IL aPPrPr,atlon ..he"'.t?fore
wnat portions are now available, and
wllptliar in Ilia nnininn if la nDDncu
W. J. Davidson has iust returned to I that, a flirt 1 1 o annmnriaiinn Yn marla tt
Cleveland, 0., after building and start- Congress in order to carry out the law.
ing in main the first electric railroad inland if so. how much, the Kntarv h
Asia. The motormen and conductors nont hin renW ini-lnaino ototomont
are natives, wno were trained Dy Mr. showing the appropriations and expend-
i li.iirHH Hirn'R ikmii. i r uafl vnnu'n inor trio
Ah an inducement to nut wiH tirM nn balance available the 7th inBtant for the
their wacronn Nrw Vnrfr tartiovora are current year amounted to $03,602. which
offered a yearly rebate of one-half their includes the unexpended balance of the
assessed road taxes, provided the rebate appropriation for the last fiscal year,
shall not exceed the amount of four days' 20.0Z. It is estimated that $38,000
The weekly weather crop bulletin of
the Kentucky State weather service
states that the present condition of crops
is discouraging, owing to the drought.
No rain of a general character has fal
len in Kentucky for nearly three months.
will be required to pay the salaries and
necesuary expenses of the officers regu-
lany employed to enforce the exclusion
act for the remainder of the current
year, leaving an estimated balance avail
able for the deportation nf fliim.sp fnnnrl
to be unlawfully in the United StAfoa nf
$25,602. It appears by the census report
Pawnbrokers in Minneapolis report of lftsi that t,o PKin.,.. t
that the average number of watches I tho t;,j e.. : .Li r' .
pawned every day in that city has been
eighty. TMb is a higher average than
usual, and it is suspected discloses a
financial stringency in the " Flonr City."
Philip Wentworth, mineralogist of Hi-
in very large, many of them weighing cent year taken the part of a gay gal-
the United States in that
688. Of this number 95.477 were in the
Pacific States and Territories. The num
oer wno registered nnder tha art nf Mv
5, 1892, was 13,213, leaving 93,444 who
failed to avail themselvea nf tho nrivi.
ram, Me., reports that while prospecting leges of the act. Assuming that about
for gems recently he discovered a large 10 per cent of these would be entitled to
diamond. It is estimated to be worth exemption, the Secretary finds there
several thousand dollars, but its true would still remain about 86,000 liable to
value cannot be determined until it is deportation under the law. The lowest
cut. cost lor transporting Chinamen from San
George Vanderbilt's pnrchase of the f ancisco to Hong Kong is .'15 per cap-
d...i i-,..- a. i..K.,;iu v ita. anu oilier expenses incident to ar-
C, for $75,000, it is thought, will make t, trial and inland transportation
him the largest land owner in the State. w,oull90 ve Th,e.ravl'; not
This property is in the immediate vicin- an 35. pt'',I"ta; "..therefore, all of
ity of his great cnateau ana nunting pre- -Z, iIT
...... w uc wnw mfviTcu
eerrea. I ...a i w 1
Circulars have been w?ned by the De-1 a Ain cu o Vk;- ciwo,- ;M
partment of Agriculture making inqui- ni. opinion would , modergte ,m0Unt
nes regarding the existence ""various to ont the He wu nnBble to
parts of the I nited States of broods of fnrnj()n ,n acrurate estimate of the nura-
' seventeen-year locusts. There are he. whn mi,h K. j.i rin k.
said to betwenty-two different broods of remainder of the current fiscal year, tbe
these insect. I matter heinv larwlv Hpnpnrlpnt nrmn f hp
. . !.-,T. ! !. I 7. . " ' r ; -r-:
A party oi rmern capital ibu ib visit action ol the courts. Assuming, how-
thirty pounds. Ihe pnee niling for faU , lant in many fchakespearean and other, ing the Grand Can von of the Colorado ever, that the courts would be able to
salmon this year is extremely poor, ow- plays. He has been on tbe stage for rjver to investigate the feasibility of lay- dispose of 10,000 cases dnring such pe-
ng to the great quantities oi Aiaexa nsn sixty jeara, ana warn a prow oi the ing an electric cable ouu miles along the nod, the amount required would not be
m offered at il.H delivered in New great Macready and Charles Cean, and river, with which to drive small boats lees than $700,000. The Secretary ex--Jc
Fall fi?h will bring aboot $1.17't bat bean with Henry Irving tor Un' through the Bbvk Canvwi and other presses no opinions, and makes no rec-
. trad in Eastern States
Jsfliftlenlf gone over to (he Mohammedan
inaitti. me sultan IB delighted.
The London Times announces the
death at Altnacraig of Surgeon Major
I'arke, who accompanied Stanley's ex
peuition in search ot f.min rasha.
As an indication of how the slave trade
survives in Africa, it is stated that last
summer a caravan of 10,000 camels and
4,000 slaves left 1 imbue too for Morocco,
Part of the hesitancy of Enclish spin
ners to buy cotton is attributed to their
, i , ii.., , r i; , l
oeuei mat snvnr is nauiu to go lower aim
so embarrass the India and Uhinese
Eighty-five students, eight professors
and five women of rank have been ar
rested at Moscow on suspicion that they
were implicated in a plot against tne
The recent appearance of salmon above
T I L '.I !.. .1.. fIM.. ..It
i.unuun uriuicu ill ilie iimuioa aibnr nil
absence of sixty years affords no Bmall
encouragement to the Sewage Disposal
France was very much disturbed by
strikes last year. . An official return
shows that in twelve months there were
close upon 300 trade disputes, affecting
The old Swan Inn. close to the Quaint
copper-spired til. Aiaty's Church, iiat
tersea. haa lust disappeared, and a pala
tial tavern. "The New Swan." has been
erected in its place,
No fewer than 70,000 Welsh miners
have just gone back to work on a 20 per
cent reduction ot wages, and 30,000 more
who are still out are expected soon to
accept the same cut.
The prolonged drought will have the
effect of rendering the wine harvest of
trance a record breaker. Wine tins year
will not only be extremely abundant,
but exceptionally superior in quality.
Tho Russian government has post
poned until June next the final transfer
of Jews to their assigned places In the
Jewish settlement. The Minister of the
Interior is empowered to grant delays in
The Emperor-King of Austria-Hun
gary is having a new palace built for
him. It occupies a commanding plateau
overlooking the Danube, and thegardens
are going to be remarkable alike lot their
extent and beauty
An agricultural writer reckons the loss
this year to English farmers at it an
acre, which means that the farmers have
npward of 70,000,000 less to spend than
they would have had if the crops had
been up to the average.
Queen Victoria's eyesight is failing,
and the royal oculist haa frequently to
be called into requisition. Her Majesty
now lias to use very powerful spectacles
when it is necessary for her to sign any
oiate aocuments. nnnunesa ib nereui
tary in the family.
Verdi is writing another opera, and
has invited the Italian singer, Emma
Bellincioni, to create the leading role.
' Your vouth and beauty," said Verdi
at his first meeting with her, " will com
pensate for all the faults and failings in
the composition of my old age."
Empress Elizabeth of Austria lately
built at enormous cost a magnificent
marble villa at Corfu, and christened it
L'Achilleion." Her Majesty has made
the codicil to her will : " I wish to be
interred at Corfu near the river, so that
the waves can continually break on my
A sensation has been caused by the
arrest of two women living in separate
villages in tbe district of Knttenburg,
Bohemia. It seems they engaged sys
tematically in the businessof murdering
children whose parents desired to have
them out of the way for any reason.
They contracted to dispose of the bodies
effectually, guaranteed secrecy, and did
a thriving business at 6 florins per child.
The discovery was made by accident.,
One of the women actually kept account
books, in which she entered the sums
received, from whom, the age and de
scription of the child and the date dis
posed of. By the help of the horrible
record tbe authorities expect not only to
convict the women, tmt also a large num
ber of guilty parents.
Whiat Valley, 07!ia$l,00;
Walla, 86(3870 per cental.
AOS AMO BAOGINfl.
Burlaps, 8-onnce, 40-inch, net cash,
ocj burlaps, lO-ounce, 40-inch, net
cash, H'uc: burlaps, lli-ounce, 45-Inch,
7,'c; burlaps, ltt-ounce, 60-inch. 11c:
burlaps, Ill-ounce, 7fl-inch. 14c; wheat
Dags. Calcutta, 22x30, spot, 8c; 2-busbel
oat bags, 7J4o; No. 1 Belected second
hand bags, 7c; Calcutta hop cloth, 24-
E.A8TIBN UMOKID MIAT AND I.ARn
Hams, medium, uncovered, 1415c
per pound ; covered, 14l15)$o; break-
last bacon, uncovered, 10i174c; cov
ered, lUX17c; short clear sides, 15
16'ec: dry salt sides. 14(814': lard.
compound, in tins, 10c per pound; pure,
niiiiia, loigiw; uregoniaru, ntgur.
riioua, rein, etc.
Fmnn Rtamlant tt 9K. W.IU W.ll.
$3.25; graham, f 2.75 j superfine, $2.50
Oats New white, 36(8lc per bushel :
new gray, 3233c; rolled, in bags, $6.25
o.ou; barrels, $0.00050.70; cases, $3.76.
Miixs-rorrs Bran. 117.00: shorts.
$20.00; ground barley, $22(223; chop
feed, $18 per ton : whole feed, barley, 80
86o per cental; middlings, $23(828
per ton; chicken wheat. 11.10(31.26 per
Hay Good, $1012 per ton.
Buttib Oregon fancy creamery. 27 U
i330c: fancy dairy. 22(325c: fair to
goon, ilfr(Wc; common, 15 10c per
Ciisksb Oregon, 12Jtfc; California,
13 14c j Young America, 1516o per
fcoos zoo per dozen.
Poultry Chickens, old. S4.00O4.50:
broilers, $1.503.50; large young, $4.00;
ducks, $3.00(2.5.00: geese, $8.009.00 per
dozen: turkeys, live. 14c per pound:
dressed, none in the market.
Tm I. C. charcoal. 14x20. prime Qual
ity. 18.60(89.00 per box s for crossMi. 12
extra per box ; I. 0. coke plates, 14x20,
prime quality, l7.6UH.0Uperbox; terne
plate, I. C, prime quality, $0.607.00.
Nails Base Quotations: Iron. 12.26:
steel, $2.36 ; wire, $2.50 per keg.
dtxiiv rer pound, luc.
Li ao Per pound, 4c ; bar, 60,
Naval Stobib Oakum. I4.50ia5.00 ner
bale; resin, $4.80(36.00 per 480 pounds;
tar, Stockholm, $13 ; Carolina, $9 per bar
rel; pitch, $0 per barrel ; turpentine, 66c
per gallon in car lots.
IaoN Bar. 2c per pound: nut-Iron.
$2325 per ton.
Canned Goods Table fruits, assorted.
$1.762.00; peaches, $1.862.00; Bart
lett pears, $1.76(82.00; plums, $1.37)0
1.50; strawberries, $2.252.45; cherries,
$2.25(32.40; blackberries, $1.86(22.00;
raspberries, $2.40; pineapples, $2.26
2.80; apricots, $1.(15 2.00. Pie fruits,
assorted, $1.20; peaches, $1.26; plums,
$l.O01.2O; blackberries. $1.251.40 per
dozen. Pie fruits, gallons, assorted,
$3.15 3.50; peaches, $3.604.00; apri
cots, $3.504.00; plums, $2.7533.00:
Mi ats Corned beef, .Is, $1.60; 2s,
$2.40; chipped, $2.564.00; lunch
"mm. la. 4: Za
ll.i&OiZ.TS per dozen.
Fish Sardines, s," 75c$2.25; tfs,
i2.iooi.ou; lobsters, $.3U3.&u; sal
mon, tin Mb talis, $1.25$1.60; fiats.
$1.76;2-lbe, $2.262.60; -barrel, $6.60.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
FARM AND GARDEN.
Colnmn Devoted to the Inter
ests of the Farmer.
THR COMPOSITION OF WHEAT.
About as Rich In Protein as Oats-
Richer Than Corn Even In
VBOBTABIiIS AND FRDITB. '
Vkoitablis Cabbage, lc per pound :
potatoes, Oregon. 80c6c per sack : new
onions, il 'kC per pound; cucumbers,
uregon.a luc per dozen i string beans,6
7c per pound ; tomatoes. 40(8 50c ner box :
green corn, ivwizc per dozen: sweet
potatoes, i6 ozc per pound; egg plant,
$1.50 per box ; new California celery. 90c
peraozen; uregon, soigouc.
Fruits Sicily lemons. $7.00 ner
box: California new crop, $0.00(80.50
per box ; bananas, $1.60(83.00 per bunch ;
oranges, market bare ; pineapples, $6.00
per dozen ; new California apples, $1.25
per bushel for fancy : Oregon. 50c 1.26 :
peaches, California, 7585c per box;
freestone, 6065c; clingstone, 7580c;
Oregon peach plums and Bradshaw
plums out of market ;Bartlett pears, 75c
90c per box, llc per pound ; water
melons, $1.26(81.50 per dozen; canta
loups, $1.26(31.60 per dozen: nutmeg
melons, $1.60 per box ; huckleberries,
10c per pound; grapes, 7oc$l.Z6 per
box ; nectarines, $1.25 per box ; crab ap
ples. $1.26(81.60 per box : Gros (or Hun
garian) prunes, 00(276c per box ; Colum
bia plums, 50c per box.
Dbiid Fbuits Petite prunes. 10(811c:
silver, ll12c; Italian, 13c; German,
10 11c; plums, 89c; evaporated ap
ples, 10 lie; evaporated apricots, 12(8
16c; peaches, 1012Jac; pears, 7llc
Homy Choice comb. 18c per pound :
new Oregon, 1620c; extract, 9 10c.
Salt Liverpool, 100s, $10.00; 60s,
$16.50; stock, $8.60(89.60.
Corrxi Costa Rica, 23c; Rio, 22c;
Salvador, 22jc; Mocha, 26i28c; Java,
24)x30c; Arbuckle'a and Lyon, 100
pound cases, 24.80c per pound ; Colum
bia, same, Z4.huc.
Rice Island, $4.75(85.25; Japan. ;
New Orleans, $4.605.00 per cental.
Bians Small whites, 3kc: pinks,
3cj bayos, 3'c; butter, 4c; lima, 3''c
Syrup Eastern, In barrels, 4066c;
in half-barrels, 42 57c; in cases, 36
80c per gallon ; $2.26 per keg ; California,
in barrels, zu(9wc per ganon ; f 1.70 per
Sooab D. 5c ; Golden C. be ; extra
C, SJie ; confectioners' A, 6' c ; dry gran
ulated, Bc; cube, crushed and pow
dered, 7c per pound ; e per pound
discount on an grades lor prompt casn ;
maple sugar, 16(9 lt)c per pound.
BOPS, WOOL AMD HIDES.
Hops '92s. 10(3 16c per pound, accord
ing to quality; new crop, '93s, 15lrtc;
choice, 1(3 17c.
Wool Prices nominal.
HmES Dry selected prime. 6c: green.
salted, 60 pounds and over, 3oC; under
60 pounds, 2 3c ; sheep pelts, shearlings,
10(2 16c: medium. 20 35c: long wool,
30 60c; tallow, good to choice, 33'ic
UVI AND DIESSED MEAT.
Beep Prime steers, $2.60(32.75; fair
to good steers, $2.00(82.60: good to choice
cows, fl.CK)z.w; uresseu oeei, aj.ou(g
Mottob Choice mutton. $2.00(32.60;
dressed, $4.006.50; lambs, $2.00 2.50;
dressed, $6.00; live weight, $2.00 2.60.
Hood Choice heavy. $5.00(85.60: me
dinm, $4.60(26.00; light and feeders,
$4-W6.0U; dressed, $7.00.
At the prices now realized for wheat
it la a question with many of our farm
ers whether thev had not better feed it
rather than sell. Answering one such
question through the Breeders' Gazette,
Prof. Henry of the Wisconsin station
Our correspondent brings up a very
interesting subject and one peculiarly
proper to discuss at this time, when
wheat has touched the lowest value in
our grain markets known for a long time.
The composition of wheat is shown in
the following table, where I have com
pared it with oats, corn and wheat middlings.
Table showing the digestible constit
uents in 100 pounds :
Wheat middling! 12 2
A study of the above table shows that
wheat is about as rich in protein, which
goes to build up the muscle, as is oats;
that it is considerably richer than corn
even in muscle food, out not so rich as
wheat middlings, which is derived from
the wheat grain in the process of mill
ing. In the carbohydrates, the starchy
matter, wheat stands highest in the list,
excelling even corn, and far abead of
wheat middlings or oats. The starchy
matter is the fuel for the body, a portion
of which may be stored up as fat when
not neeaeu at once.
I cannot but regard wheat as approach
ing the nearest perfection for Btock food
of any of our grains, everything consid
ered, me oat grain, being surrounded
by a husk, is the safest grain we have
lor stock-feeding, lor the reason that an
imals are not so easily overfed, but
aside from this marked advantage for
the oat grain I should put wheat ahead.
nniiariWiiriti Amnliliiia un
The only possible danger In feeding
wheat arises from the fact that there is
no enveloping husk about the grain, and
it the careless feeder gives tha animal
the concentrated grain too liberally, de
rangement of the digestive apparatus
may loiiow. Wheat may be fed rolled
or coarsely ground, or may be soaked,
It should be prepared in some way be
fore being fed, though we have fed at
this station small quantities without
preparation with quite satisfactory re
sults, much win depend upon the way
in which the horses masticate the food.
The best form of preparation no doubt
is roiling, tne same as barley is rolled for
norses on tne racinc mope.
In the process of rolling the grains are
simpiy nattened, put not torn apart, in
this form the food seems to lie light in
the stomach and to be easily digested.
Ground wheat may be mixed with bran
to lighten it, or may be spread over
moistened chaffed hay the same as shorts
or other ground feed.
The present time calls for a special
study in this direction, for wheat is sell
ing at ruinously low prices. It would be
a good thing for the market if I0,000,000or
15,000,000 Bushels were fed to our stock.
as what was left would probably bring
as large a sum total as if it were all sold.
Met Interaatwl la the War.
I was riding up through Arkansas with
Price's army. We were on our way back to
Missouri. The Yankees had let ua alone so
long we thought maybe tbey had quit
fighting or bad forgotten us. We were get
ting anxious about It. Along toward night
I met a man who had lived np there In the
mountains. He had been fishing and bad
his string of flsb with him. He was going
home, f was pretty full of patriotism and'
notions about duty. You see, I bad studied
the relations of thestates to thenation, and
the relations of t he states to the states, and
the relations of the states to the territories,
and the relations of the citizen to the states
and to the nation. I thought I knew all
about It. I said to this man away up In tbe
mountains of Arkansas:
"Why aren't you in the armyf"
"What army?" he asked.
"Tbe Confederate army, of course," said L
"Oh, yes," he said, "I did bear something
about such an army."
"Yes," said 1, growing a little hot, "I
thought ao. And why aren't you out with
It fighting the battles of the country f "
"What eountryf" he asked.
"This country," I said.
He looked all around him at the moun
tains, and then he said:
"Stranger, suppose yon lived in this
country, and owned all yon wanted ot It,
and had all tbe use of it you wanted, and
some other fellow was paying the taxes and
the expense of keeping up the government,
wouldn't you tblnk you was a denied fool
to go to flghtln about It with that other fel
low f "-fit, Louis Olobe-Democrat.
The Battleground et the Asoroa,
In 1580 the Azores came under tbe power
of Spain, and In the history of the next SO
years their name la frequent as the favorite
battleground of the English and Spanish
fleeta. Tha nartlalttv waa Indeed mainly
on the side of the former and for a good
reason. Thesi islands lay right in the track
of all vessels sailing to and from that en
chanted region known to all men as the
On the highest peak of Terceira, whence
in clear weather the sea could be scanned
for leagues around, were raised two col
umns, and by them a man watched night
and day. When he saw any sails approach
ing from the west, he set a flag upon the
western column one for each salt If they
came from the east, a similar sign was set
on the eastern column.
Hither in those days earns np out of the
mysterious western seas the great argosies
laden with gold and silver and jewels, with
silks and spioes and rare woods, wrung at
the east of thousands ot harmless lives and
cruelties unspeakable from the fair lands
which lie between the waters of the Carib
bean sea and the giant wall of the Andes.
And hither,, when England, too, began to
nun sal ujea su oil uuimai)
naaalBf aW TMfue.
The beastly Vitelline, as Gibbon calls
im, spent at UeM six millions of money on
table Id about as many months. He Invent
ed, or bis cook invented for him, a dish
which be designated "The Shield of 14 ine
va." One of Ita principal ingredients was
flamingoes' tongues, of which, I may add,
both Pliny and Marital speak in eneomla
tie terms. Dam pier says that the flamin
goes have "large tongues, and near the root
b a piene of fat which Is accounted a great
dainty." When Captain Owen wae sarrey
Ing the en eoeet of Africa, his eel lore shot
down hundreds of these beautiful hires la
erder, with an enrevacaoee worthy ef VI
teUsaa. It ate a 4tah si the testfaes aloae.
HOO-HAIHINO KOB PR0PIT.
Study the different breeds before se
lecting the best for your purpose, says a
writer in t arm, I leid and fireside. Have
the pigs come in the spring. Keep only
the best pigs ; discard runts. Have feed
ing pens arranged so there will be no
waste. Put divisions in feeding trough
to lessen quarreling. Feed as much
milk as possible. Do not keep more
hogs than you can raise feed for. as the
greatest profit in hog-raising is in pro
viding a ready market for produce and
much otherwise unmarketable rough
feed. Kill every lonse and feed gener
ously. Poorly-fed hogs are always un
profitable. If in a fruit section, build a
cider mill for public use, if there is not
too much opposition. The fee will pay
for the undertaking, leaving the pomace
clear gain for your hogs. While growing
give a moderate run in good pasture.
Raise plenty of corn and peas. Attend
to them regularly, uive plenty of drink.
BOMB PITHY POINTXBH.
The demand for scrubs is at present
Milk at regular hours. The cows do
better for it.
Keep hens at work. An idle hen is
never a good layer.
Turkeys are profitable on any farm if
Broken crockeryware and broken china
make good sharp grit.
Churn early in the morning: don't
wait till the air becomes heated.
Once working of butter fills the bitl.
and the main thing is not to ov?rdo it.
Ducks can be raised without a pond:
tney are oiten less trouble without one.
Beans and peas, cooked and thickened
with bran, make good food for laying
Give the cows some sweet corn. If
you have none, feed field corn. You
can't afford to have them dry up.
Watch the prices of mill feeds and by
products from breweries. They are cheap
foods, and can be used with profit.
Peculiarly-formed, double-volked or
unnaturally-shaped eggs of any kind are
said to be caused by bens being too fat.
Hard times did not take root in good
dairy localities. The creameries paid
cash as usual, and the farmers do not
know the times are hard.
Ducks and geese spoil their food by
walking over it ; hence it is not advisable
to feed hens in the same place, as they
are much more particular.
Chickens do not need meat scraps
where they have the ran of the farm.
The bugs and insect they gather are
ample food in the meat line.
Stir the cream in the cream jar every
time an addition is made, and stir from
the bottom. Uneven noenine means
I loss of fat in the buttermilk, 1
war galleons of Spain and Portugal to
meet these precious cargoes and convey
them safe Into Lisbon or Cadis before those
terrible English sea wolves could get scent
of the prize. MacmUlan's Magazine.
Health ef Harvard Btudanta.
Harvard's sanitary condition is tbe sub
ject of some advene comment just now v
groundless, it would seem, because for tha
present it is authoritatively denied that the
health of the college is anything bat the
best; for the future any demand for rert
aion Is anticipated by measures already nt
hand. The desire to keep expenses at a
minimum causes the demand for cheap
lodgings, and therein lies the greatest dan
ger. The right of a student to live In any
locality la still subject to the permission of
the faculty, and an Inspection of student'
quarters has begun with a view to black
listing unwholesome houses.
In one department at least everv student's
room will be visited. Where such a course
seems necessary a physician and sanitary
expert will prescribe measures necessary to
obviate any suspicious conditions, and un
less these are complied with the places will
be declared untenantable for those connect
ed with the university. This may lead to an
advance in the lowest rents, which, how
ever, will be more than offset by the feeling
of security against avoidable illness. Bos
Who Was Doing the Calling.
William came to see the small boy's sis
ter oftener than anybody else, but George
and one or two others appeared between
times. Several evenings ago the small boy
came in about 9 o'clock, and meeting his
older brother in the hall asked who was in
"I don t know," he sain; "some young
man. I heard bis voice, but didn t ace
"What are they doing in theref"
"Oh, billing and cooing, I presume."
"I guess not," retorted tbe boy. "They
may be Georging and cooing, or something
like that, but no billing. I met Bill on the
street as I came in, looking as black as a
load of coal." Detroit Free Press.
A Boob for Worn. a.
Imagine the bliss for women If they eonld
go in and order a gown and then go back
and have it fitted once or twice and sent
borne complete, ready to be worn la all
aorta ot weather and on nearly every oc
casion for six months to come. Of course,
with a certain class of women (and a large
class I must admit) It would be a case of
"Othello's occupation's gone." But for
those of the weaker sex who fondly imagine
that they have brains and would like to
cultivate them, and have a higher aim in
life than shopping, it would be a great
boon. Chicago News-Record.
The Earth Wae Round Before Christ.
Between 880 and S76 B. C. Aristotle, "the
Btagirite," observed an ocoultation of Man
by the moon, and Eratosthenes of Cyrene
computed the ciecumference of tbe earth
by measuring an aro of the meridian. It
aeenis strange that such experiment aa
this last should have been successfully car
ried out 876 yean before tbe birth of the
Saviour, and yet tbe scientific (t) men of
the world refuted the doctrine of the earth
being round for nearly 1,400 yean after
ward. St. Louie Bepublie.
The Friee ef Mr. Aster's Hew Hesae.
I have reason to believe that the 360.000
which I mentioned last week aa having been
paid for the Cllradrn estate by Mr. Aator to
the Duke of Westminster waa the sum
which hi (race aaked and not the amount
which he eventually accepted. I am given
to understand that the figure at which tha
deal waa actually effected wu 300,000. It
Is said that the relations and friend of the
duke are not at all pleased that his grace
should have parted with the seat London
Thesi.ee it ef DsUan far Daaeee-
Stnee the first ball of the Patriarch, ar
ranged by Ward McAllister in 187a, thee)
'American aristocrat" have expended for
their annual entertainment of the bean
Biondo nearly $400,000. The average cost of
t Patriarch ball to about BJ Iff!. wTUt
Been aa assessment of H for each bail,
ran each ot the Patrijee, Kew Teen
w. ngeefe TtSMe. . ,