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OREGON CITY. CLACKAMAS COUNTY. OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1893.
That depends upon the
Liver. If the Liver is
inactive the whole sys
tem is out of order tlie
breath is bud, digestion
poor, head dull or aching,
energy and hopefulnoss
gone, the spirit is de
pressed, a heavy weight
exists after eating, with
general despondency and
the blues. The Liver is
the housekeeper of the
health; and a harmless,
simple remedy that acts
like Nature, does not
constipato afterwards or
require constant taking,
does not interfere with
business or pleasure dur
ing its use, makes Sim
mons Liver Regulator a
I liavn UfttoO It virtues jperaonally, and
know thut for iJyHpt'pnla, Dlliouauou tod
Q hroliMnK Hnulaoho, It In tho boat medl
rlno thuworl'lovor saw. Have triad forty
oilier lemccllii before Hlmmons 1.1 ver
Ki'K'ilolor, und nono of thorn nve more
tliun temporary relief, but the ltegulator
nutuuiy ruljovuil uutourtxl.
11. 11. Jones, Maoun.Ga,
The Victoria Brent of the Canadian'
Australian Bteamors is Buid to want to
abandon calls at Queensland points be
cause that government refused a sub
sidy, and to wish to call at Fiji instead.
Sun Bernardino merchants have been
victimized by men who made small
purchases and paid for them in bogus
chucks, receiving the difference between
the sums called for bv the checks and
" that due on the purchases in cash.
A deep-seated conspiracy, it is Ik
lieved, lias existed at ban Diego, involv
ing C'ouncilmeu and other city officials,
by which it has been hoped to gain title
to lauds belonging to the city by means
of turning in a list of city assessable
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ffiujji'iijr ill iuibc jmiucn. Aiiunu utACB
lecoining delinquent, the lands were
bought in by a mutual friend.
An exploring and hunting party re
cently returned froui the wild Olympic
.Mountains in Washington reports that
the timber line disappears at about
0,000 feet, and at the base of the higher
eak, on the 5,000 and (1,000-foot levels,
in a system of meadows and lakes, where
grass and flowers grow in great lux
uriance and splendor.
George C. Center, a Vancouver (B. C,,)
undertaker was called upon to embalm
a whale which was recently caught and
which the people desired to exhibit.
He secured a piece of gaspipe, which he
drove into the bodv ol the whale. 10
this pie lie attached a beer pump, con
nected it with a barrel of Utopia en
balming fluid and emptied it into the
arterial system of the fish. Decompose
tion was checked.
Tho trial of James M. Neary for wife
murder has begun at i-anta (Jruz. llns
is a case where it is alleged by the de
fense IVeurv and wife were at dinner,
and Kearv. becoming irritated by
remark of his wife, struck the butcher-
knift with which he was carving meat
iieavilv on the table and it bounded off,
striking Mrs. Neary in the side, she
being seated with her side to the table,
The wound proved tatal.
Llovd Tevis has brought Buit at Stock'
ton to foreclose a mortgage of (i,500
on the property of Mrs, Howell, wife of
M. D. Howell, charged with counter
feiting. At the same time suit was
broiiL'ht bv V. A. Wallace to compel
Howell and his wife to dispose of part
of the property for $42,000, as by an
alleged agreement. It is thought
at .Stockton that the two suits have
some connection, it having been stated
that a syndicate is working to secure
the Howell property.
Detective Hume, who was present at
the trial of Evans, charged with killing
Messenger Tovey, and which trial is now
soine on at Jackson, Amador county, Cal.,
was advised by the Court that not being
counsel or assistant counsel ue couiu not
suggest questions to the defense. Plume
tried to explain, but the Court said none
but attorneys would he permitted to ad
dress the Court, bo Hume indignantly
took his hat and walked out. Fred
Boise, a witness, admitted that he hod
lied, and that he had been paid to give
certain evidence. Ibis caused a sensa'
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Coni'
pany has filed a petition at Corvallis, ask
ing that the order appointing Joseph
Simon referee to examine into the status
of the certificates issued by Receiver Hogg
be vacated. The grounds on which the
petition is based is that they were never
served anil that tne oruer was ootainea
without their knowledge. It is also
claimed that the order looked to the
reversal of action had in the case after
careful consideration, and that it would
involve protracted litigation when the
railroad was running Denind. upon
this Detition an order was entered sus
pending the proceedings until November
13,1893, when a full hearing would be
The Railroad Gazette says: "The
Columbia River and Astoria Railroad
Company was incorporated in 18!l, but
It is estimated (that the average net
earnings of the etoctric lamps in London
is about 10 shillings each a year.
In the production of glass Jewels Hun
gary leads the world. The work is done
almost entirely by the peasant class.
About $100,000 worth of pearls have
Deen taken irom tne waters oi wisoon
In streams during the last few years.
A new invention la an attachment for
a horse's bridle, bv mean of which the
animal may carry a lamp on its head.
Daniel Harbold of Berks countv. IV.
has a poach tree on his premises which
nas oorne good truit lor seventy years.
The Manufacturers' Record of Balti
more publishes a list of 602 industrial
concerns established in the Houth since
Idaho has n reduced nearly 132.000.000
of gold concurrently with $42,000,000 of
suver. i ne two products are mined to-
Forty thousand boxes of fall-mode
cheese have just been sold bv a Mon
treal dealer to an English bouse for
Rhode Island has more abandoned
farms relatively than Massachusetts.
New Hampshire and Vermont have fewer
man nve years ago.
There is a pie factory in New York
that runs from 2 a. M. to 2 P. m. six days
in the week and tnms out 20.000 Dies a
day lor the local trade alone.
B. F. Shuart of Yellowstone countv.
uwmi,.. urgau mruiiiig ju looo wilf fouu
capital. In May, 18H2V.e sold out .audi,
buildings and stock for $40,000.
One of the first companies to use the
vast power which man uas harnessed
Niagara Falls to supply him is a concern
to produce aluminium on a large scale.
A firm in Palestine is encaired in the
new industry of supplying water from
the river Jordan to churches. It ia put
up in sealed bottles, and is sold by the
How time is passing in all parts of the
world is the interesting storv which
every day is being told by twenty-two
clocks in the Terminal building of the
A Young; Apostle of Anarchy
Sent to the Fen.
THE GIN-BURNING WHITECAPS
Missouri Downcast at the Low Mar
ket Quotations for Males
The Federal building at Chicago Is de
clared to he unsaie.
The cron of the New York vineyards
this year is the lamest ever raised
about 8,000 carloads. A Quantity of
grapes will be sent to England. The in
dustry is very profitable.
During the fiscal year ending June 30.
18113, the brewers of the entire United
States produced and disposed of a grand
total of 33,822,872 barrels of malt liq
uors, a net increase over the previous
year of 2,176,300 barrels.
It costs the English neonle 2 000 000
n taxes each year to Dav for the trans
mission of the press messages over the
government wires, as the press rate of 2
pence for each 100 words does not begin
to pay the cost of sending the matter.
The Quantity of salt insriected in Mich.
iiran this vear to (Vtohnr 1 ia 9 717l.HI)
barrels, being 415,000 less than was in
spected during the corresponding period
last year. The price is the lowest in the
history of the manufacture of salt in
Kerosene oil is ranidly erowinu in fa
vor as a cheap illuminant in China. The
FB0M WASHINGTON CITY.
Harrison county, Ohio, has had no
saloons for eighteen years.
Labor Commissioner Carroll D.Wright
will have charge of the completion of
A movement is on to have a United
States Circuit Court established in
At Lincoln, Neb., railroadmen bovcot
ted a hotel because the female waiters
New York is considering a resolution
forbidding policemen to carry pistols
wnen not on outy.
There is in New York an organized
gang oi tnugs who levy tribute from the
motormen every pay day.
The receipts at the World's Fair from
paid admissions and concessions on Chi
cago day amounted to $36,000.
The Western Union Telegraph Com'
pany made net profits in the year ended
nn I M Am swu aaA
june ou last oi over f,wu,uuu.
Chicago will hold a chrysanthemum
show in the Horticultural building on
uie fairgrounds, November 7.
Suits against 208 St. Louis corpora'
tions for noncompliance with the trust
taw nave created much comment.
There are fifty-six postofiices within
the corporate limits of Chicago. But
Chicago is big enough for a small State.
Joseph Jefferson has been elected
President of the Players' Club, in New
York, to succeed the late Edwin Booth.
The International Clgarmakers' Union
In session at Milwaukee has declared its
opposition to the National Guard system.
The thirtieth anniversary of the intro
duction of the Turkish bath into this
country has just been celebrated in
The Brooklyn, N. Y., water supply
contains twentv-eialit kinds of live
1 . . I VOVI,UIWl T, 1 . 1 1 (.
animals and eighty-lour species oi the Secretary of the Treasury may deem
vegetables. prudent. Curtis says that the receipts
Missouri is downcast at the low at these points are less than the ex-
market quotations lor mules, r.lectric penses.
Three Famous Prisons in Paris
to be Demolished.
CHOLERA RA0I.N0 IN PALERMO.
ine rope Consents to Act as God
father to the King of Spain
at Ills Confirmation.
An CDidemloof InflnAn.a u .
Uruguay Is to increase the strength of
The population of Rfluinm In nliuwl
t it ln& OtK. r
Wheat Valley, 05(307Ves
Walla, 86387c per cental.
EAIfTIRN BmOKBO Mi ATM AND LaBD
llamu a-,.,II..m 1 A I I K I .1
niouiuuii i Tviuyiu-feu per uuuiiu
' w iwwii) Aujyav7Qv niiui vicar
sides, 1616c; dry salt aides, 1314c
laru, compound, in tins, iuc per pound
pure, in una, id-stftiuc.
AOS AMD BAOQINO.
Burlaps. 8-onnce. 40-inch, net cosh.
Be: burlaps, 10-ounce, 40-inch, net
cash, 6c: burlaps, U-ounce, 46-inch,
7hiCl burlatM. lD-ounna. flO-lnrh. Ill"
burlaps, ID-ounce, 76-inch, 14c; wheat
uga. vaivUlW, BpUt, OC , a-UUSUBl
oat bags, 74c; No. 1 selected second
hand bags, 7c; Calcutta hop cloth. 24-
Hors. WOOL AMD HIDES.
Hops were ouiet yesterday and a shade
tower, lanow has advanced In the East.
now '02s, 1016o per pound, accord'
ins to quality: new cron. '03. llcraiflc
Wool Prices nominal
cars have interlered sadly with their
A stage in Coke county, Texas, was
held up recently by two highwayman. 1 has been an enormous increase in the
who secured $3,000 from the registered pension 'disbursement. The number
mail pouch. I of vouchers paid by the pension agents
The scheme for a permanent Pan- has increased year by year from 1,220,.
American exhibition in New York gives 1 involving 169,000,601. in 1883, to
consumption, which wu 8.S66.000 l-i P'om'iw. ot aoluaving purtoul, turn-- a9'r. . !:. ' . . o,. '
bevond having preliminary survey
made along the Columbia river has not
succeeded In doing much work upon the
line. It is now reported, however, by
one of the officers that arrangements
have been nearly completed lor begin
ning the work north of Portland, and
that the contracts will be let during the
winter or early in the spring. It is
proposed to build along the south bank
of the Columbia river from Portland to
Astoria, a distance of about 100 miles.
The line was surveyed by W. H. Ken
nedy of Portland, and some of the right-of-way
secured. Mr. Kennedy is still
chief engineer, and the chief executive
officer is Walter C. Hmith of Portland,
The case of four Vacarille Cbinew,
charged with failure to comply with the
provisions of the Geary act, was heard
before Judge Morrow in the United
States District Court at San Francisco
the other day. The defendants' attor
ney stated that to hear testimony would
only be a waste of time, as the bill ex
tending registration had already passed
the House and would in all probability
become law in a very short time. The
Court, however, ordered the examina
nation to proceed, and evidence having
been submitted to the effect that all four
defendants were laborers within the
meaning of the act, and had not reg
is'ered, the Court ordered them de
ported. Jadee Morrow also intimated
that he would in future issue warrants
nnder said act for the arrest of high
binders and others of the criminal
Ions In 1882, had risen to 411,348,000 in
mn. ui tins amount 8U per cent was
imported from America and 20 per cent
Kentucky has granted to married
women the right to will their property
as they may see fit. The new law took
Queen Victoria has been photographed , , ' ""uuer'
034 times since she came to the throne. A w railroad company has in-
Tl n j f. n, . .... . I structed its men, when meeting train
The Due de Ualliera is said to possess i ..u ..- a... j j- .i. '
a collection of stamps valued at1000. " ""U "
1893. This is an increase of 200 per
. J a .! XI. i I
cent in ten years, wiuit) tue Clerical
force lias increased from 40 to 04, 30 per
. I.. : : 1 i . . i
i n-i.. , . i tun. oiny, in uie same uenou. At tue
cl0Be of ",e flscal T tl" re in the
Canadian Exnlorer R. G. McConnell
has discovered that a lake at the head
It ia understood that the Treasury will
undertake to build up the gold reserve,
now reduced to 186,000,000, by restrict
ing the payment of gold by the New
secretary lAinoiit received the annual
report of Brigadier-General R. Brookes,
commanding the department of the
Platte. Mpeaking of the Indian as a
soldier. General Brookes aavs the
principal difficulty seems to be that the
Indians do not speak Knglish.
The Secretary of the Interior has ap
proved the decision of the Assistant
Attorney-General that half-breeds who
paid scrip nnder the act of 1864 are not
now entitled as "Indians" to allotment.
The case came up under disposition of
the Rioux lands under the act of 1880.
The Treasury has issued an advance
statement of the imports and exports
for the first nine months of the present
year. Value of imports, 1026.886.023;
exports, $003,104,183; excess of imports
over exports, 122,221,440. For the first
nine months of 18W2 the excess of ex
ports ever imports was 120,204,000.
In the case of the United States
against Bailey and others, involving
twelve timber land cases near Seattle.
Wash., Secretary Hoke Smith reversed
the decision of the Commissioner of tho
General Land Office, and holds that these
entries were fraudulently made for the
purpose of speculation, and therefore
he directs the entries to be canceled.
The lands involved are said to be very
ReDresentntive Dnnlittle of Washing
ton, has introduced a resolution asking
the Secretary of State for information
regarding the Nicaraguan canal, as to
the amount of work done and the ap
proximate amount of money expended ;
what steps the government lias taken to
protect the interest of American citizens
and investors in the canal, and the
status of the Maritime Canal Company
Tl . n ..:., ti.. in., n . : I i . . i
q . d.i. i u.i i w, . . . pounu.
ovimwt JJncu IB vilttiruittll. 11HB KUHflla la Ponnrtari In 1va ! I - si
Mtomde ma "P"0" ,,or M- Swiss, imported, 30b32c; domestic, 18
government's security. Senator Brice I " v , V VT ". nuT accioent "nBn, ouo per uoien; r.asi-
has been in consultation with the Attor-'""
n i i I, era. PouLrar Chickens, old. 13.00(34.60:
llT-WllCim, H11U MIOY IIKVU UrUCItroU . It t, n rn ', . I . '
the appointment of George H. Hoadler il,e "'' ' India for 1891 shows the BrolleJ.f;Aw UU?M
as special counsel to represent the gov-1 population to be 287,223,430. Only 6 per frl .oviaw.w per uoien lurxeys,
ernment. t"1 01 tne entlre number can read or '""i1 PT Pnu; oressea, toisi7C.
v i....i i . i.ii, write. uva and dbisbid miat.
uuiubui xviiiinua iiiiruuiicmi a uiii ui in . . . .
discontinue the office of Collector of The new Scotland Yard is the largest . "-me steers, i2.DO2.76; fair
Customs at a nnmhr nf nnrta In n, 1 police office in the world. It contains a w K1"' '!-w(9(0; good ,to choice
United States. Among the Dlaceslw0"" which 3,000 men can be as- "8' l-0Z-00; dressed beef, $3.60a
specified are: Humboldt. Eurekaal. : sembled. MlS!fMH," m,
Southern Oregon, Coos hay, Or.', ami I'eixoto's force, have retaken the iron- iSdUWM M taSb? S'Solaao
Yaquina. Or. The work at these norts 1 c ad Sete SenU-mbre. wliirh uvi.lnnt.lU "J"1!' n-""'?:5"' 1,mb8' W2M
Is to lie completed in thirty days and I ran agwunu on the coast near Ri M"??8!0' ..'5D W"?-80-
consolidated with ad ioininu districts. Janeiro. ,."0Or"?? n'. 0-uu-' ;."
Treasury may deem I tu(:... .v. ', X""?a-w. "5" nu ,eeueri.
. . B-'w."-... , ureamw, ai.vu.
.wo jiuiiKuiiuu iiBi wore uismisseu, tne VIAI. H'WCSo.W,
1,:' . Tin-LC. charcoal, 14x20, prime qual
ine rrencn tmvArninpnr. ib aiwint tr i itn uui(aamM.iu..i I..- ,n
reasurv. n Lis annual .iv,Pl ' ...i.T:.i. ' . .i " , T"- t"''. '". tD"t:"i '
. i - --t , COU.UUBU iiusiai service oy cameis in extra per dox j i, u. coke p ates, 14x20.
XtrSSLSZ r'rr lTj?""yl 0bock d Prime3-ty:7.608:00p?rbpx; ;terte
cuiimu uuw. piate, i. u., prime quality, o.oU7.UO.
President Peixoto has issued a decree Nails Base quotations: Iron, 2.25;
depriving the revolting officers of the steei, wire, iz.w per aeg.
Rravillan ii.iivaI Ilia ..otIa... tn n4 !. I HTKBI Per tmnnft. 1011
The exterior of the Rouen Cathedral L?T
is to be restored. One hnnlri and ?"e'.re?,.n'.4-,8-00 per 480 pounds
It'ise'stimatedthat there are lM.mJl7PJ&.'.
tramps in Germany. ' mZZJL SZSl'XiS
, . wvfMuo, viui;, nncrcu iniH, BllBHUlllgB,
The French Transat lnt n !,! lOraiv-- mnllnn u. .i
worked at a loss of 913 last year. 3060c ; tallow, good to choice, S3Xo
i here are on an avnraan inn .u.nM per pouna.
cholera reported dailv in Palrmn rboca. run. rro,
A paper containing matter exclusively .h0"1"''2-9?! Dayton,2.90j
on astrology has made ita appearance in "XeS tST1 "
Ti..r.m.. i. i i . . . Oath New white, 3636c per bushel;
the Uerman hon cron l slmrt imni I oiq.. 'hi i.l n
16.000 Dm nnnn.1. ..1 tZ T." Wl' J. '
latest eatimslA " ' f".ioia(.w; caoea, fo.o.
latest estimate. u n, tia nn. .i
People in the Sonth of Enolanrl km 1 118 00 : smnnH harlnir 9991. .knn
been enjoying the second crop of straw- ieed, $18 per ton; whole feed, barley, 70c
Tear. per cental: middlings. 123(328 ner ton:
A writer in the London News aavs that cuicxen wueai, i..u(gno per cental.
1 I . i . - . I IT . I '. 1 .inatio .
American ioois are lar better than those
oi European make.
Hay Good, 11012 per ton.
Bdttcb Oregon fancy creamery. 30
Belgium are nearlng an end Riots are m ,cl JSSP? M"f aic-, fair to
tilfMuMtluPrMiS are good, 2022C! common, 1820c per
The strikes of miners In England and
Samnel Blockwell, Third Auditor of
tfie Treasury, in hi
The Czar of Russia despite lita great
size is a very plain eater. At State din
ners he rarely takes anything but soud
Mrs. Abram Hewitt has inherited Pe
ter Cooper's old Dutch Bible, which with
its data of family history makes very ca
Ex-Secretarv of War Endicott is hav.
ing the old Peabody mansion at Danvers,
Mass., repaired, and he intends to make
it his permanent home,
The oldest soldier in the British armv
is Field Marshal Sir Patrick Grant. He
is 89 years old, and joined the army in
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.no yvry joar tue isu&e oi iamDnugi
Miss Agnes Melbv of New Richland,
Minn., who recently graduated at St.
Olaf's College, Northfield, is the first
lady to take a full course at a Norwegian'
Horace Boies has never used tobacco
in any form, and is unacquainted with
the taste of liquor, and perhaps his only
oroianity was wnen ne swore in as the
Mrs. Frances Crosby, authoress of
" Safe in the Arms of Jesus " and 3.000
other nymns, is 04 years old. She lives
in New York, and has been blind since
she was 6 weeks old.
Miss Lucille Rodney, who has won
wager by walking from her home in Gal
veston, Tex., to the World's Fair, count
ing the ties all the way. made 1500 on
the journey, selling her photographs.
.Mrs. Cleveland commenced wh le at
Gray Gables to collect shells and East
Indian curios, which were picked up by
the old sea captains and presented to
her. Her collection is said to number
many quaint objects.
Prof. Beniamin Sham of Philadelnhi:
is visiting the Sandwich Islands in the
interest of the Academy of Natural Sci
ences of the Quaker City for the purpose
ox collecting specimens oi natural His
tory, tie will visit the aboriginal burial
Admiral uot, the .Lilliputian, who is
now a cigarette advertisement in Chi
cago, is only 48 inches high, but he re
ceived a telegram the other night that
made him feel as big as Grover Cleve
land, it was dated flew x ork, and read
It's a girl, and weighs six pounds
Mother and baby doing well."
The Princess of ales is very kind to
her poor neighbors at Sandringham. A
writer in the Idler says that often she
may be seen picking up the dusty little
dots of children from the road, placing
tnem in ner own carriage nntu it is com
pletely packed and then duly delivering
each at its own home to boast of haying
l J - 1 i i
ciijuyeu nue wita ner.
The National Mnsenm in Washington
has just received from John M. Craw-
lord, Lnited States Consul-General at
St. leterBrmnr. a fine rolWtinn of arti,
cles illustrating the life and habits of
the people of Finland. It is very com
plete, aod contains many artirlni tn
the use and signiflcann nf which h
einnoiogists oi tne mtuenm are still in
doubt. Mr. Crawford has rendered th
mnsenm many similar services in the
Sir Henry Norman, whose recent an.
pointment as Viceroy of India u
complete surprise in England, is 67 years
old, and has been connected with the
Indian service for nearly half a century.
He joined the Bengal army when he was
18 years old, and during the Sepoy mu
tiny was Adjutant-General. Afterward
he was connected with the military ad
ministration of India till 1883, when he
waa made Governor of Jamaica, which
post be left in 1888 to become Governor
of Queensland. I
Twenty men are suspected of having
set some of the frequent fires in Mil
waukee, Wis., within the past six
months to get insurance money.
James Smith, who was crowned some
years ago Watermelon King ot Boone
county, jmo., nas tins year raised
pumpkin eight feet round the waist.
Governor Matthews of Indiana is
after the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad
with a hot stick for bringing a trainload
of pugilists and.their admirers into his
Fire Chief Nicholson and several mem'
bers of the fire department at Council
Bluffs, Ia., are under arrest and charged
with being the authors of several incen
Some 000 reports from forty-one States
show the volume of trade to be half of
that of last year, over $1,000,000 less
paid in weekly wages and 11W,UW men
out oi work.
There have been 108 cases of append!
citis in Chicago since the Fair opened
Its extraordinary Drevalence has iriven
rise to the theory that it may be a germ
disease alter all.
An unusual race has been arranged
between the English locomotive, "The
Emperor." now on exhibition at the
World's Fair, and the New York Cen
tral flyer, No. 999.
A western geologist states, after care
ful observation, that rich beds of gold,
copper, coal, cement, marble, alumin
ium and silicate clay abound in large
quantities in Wyoming.
Sylvester Haves, the man chanred
with bringing stolen cattle into Illinois,
is said to have confessed, implicating
many prominent officials in a gigantic
The blame for the Mansfield (Mich.)
mine disaster, where so many lives were
lost by the river breaking into the work
ings of the mine, is placed upon the
company. rroDauiy criminal prosecu
tions win iouow.
The Philadelphia Mint, between now
and December 1, will coin 116,000,000 in
gold. The denominations will be 4,-
uuu.ouu in double eagles, fu,U0O,U00 in
eagles and f6,000,UUO in half-eagles.
George W. Cnilda has purchased
Michigan's log cabin at the World's
Fair. It is 62x22 and built of hemlock
logs. Mr. Cbilds will take it down and
erect it at his country seat near Philadelphia.
Emma Goldman, the young apostle of
anarcny, woo wu convictea recently oi
inciting to riot, has been sentenced in
the Court of Ueneral rJessions by Judge
Martin to one year's imprisonment at
'Gin-burning Whitecaps" in North
Carolina are causing trouble. They
propose to burn all gins that are used
to gin cotton. The object is to prevent
the further ginning of cotton wherever
possible until the price of cotton
reaches 10 cents a pound.
Bryan of Nebraska in his bill proposes
that a fund should be set apart bv the
national banks so that depositors con Id be
paid at once if they have occasion to de
mand their money. He thinks if very
depositor was sure of his money be
would not draw it out, and this would
have the effect of preventing panics.
Ex peri menU in canal towage by elec
tric motor, for which the New York
State Legislature appropriated $10,000
last winter, have begnn at Rochester
under the olan of the Westinzhouee
Company, which proposes the suspen
sion of trolley wires over the middle of
otnee unexamined 1,284,310 pension
vouchers, representing about four
An important decision has been
rendered by the Secretary of the Inter
ior on the appeal of James R. Daniel,
involving the right to purchase certain
forfeited lands in the La Grande district,
lie holds that the purchaser is entitled
to nurchase a technical half section of
such land when so surveyed, irrespec
tive of the actual acreage, but if the
land lies in different sections the acerage
must then approximate AO) acres. The
Secretary also decided that lands here
tofore patented to The Dalles Military
Road Company were originally granted
the .Northern Pacific Kailroad Company,
and that the patents were without
authority. He orders the institution
of proceedings looking to their cancella
In the Senate the Finance Committee
presented a report from the Treasury
Department in response to a resolution
for information as to the probability of
a uenciency in the revenues oi the gov
ernment. The report shows the deficit
for the first three months of the current
fiscal year is over $21,000,000, or at the
rate of over $84,000,000 for the entire
year. It shows the usual expenditures
oi tne tirst three months were over fvii,
000,000, At the same rate the expendi
tures for the year would aggregate about
34,uoo,UUO, or about $21,UOu,uuo more
than the estimated expenses, and would
show expenditures over the supposed
actual receipts of over $77,000,000. The
Secretary says a definite forecast for the
whole year would be impossible, but it
is aooarent that should the nresent
conditions continue, the deficit at the
end of the year will be about 160,000.
Senator McPherson, for the Senate
Committee on Coinage, presented I
statement from Secretary Carlisle, show'
ing that the estimated receipts of public
revenues submitted to the lost Congress
for the present fiscal vear waa (406.000.
000, not including the postal service',
and the estimated expenditures, also
excluding the Dostal service, was t307.,
000,000, shewing an estimated excess in
receipts ot f32.0UU.guu lor the year.
The estimate shows average monthly
receipts of $33,760,000 and average ex
penditures of $31,000,000. The actual
receipts so far during the year do not
reach the estimated figures by over
$7,000,000 per month. The Secretary
attributed the falling oft to the finan
cial disturbances. He says a careful
inspection of the figures will bIiow the
dehciency is due to the falling off in the
revenues and not to an increase in ex
Bids were opened at the Navy Depart
inent recently for the construction of
three light-draft gunboats of 1.200 tons
displacement. The cost is limited, ex
clusive of arnament and speed premi
ums, to $400,000 each. The boats are
to be designated as gunboats 7, 8 and
9 respectively. No. 7 is a flush-deck
schooner-rigged steel gunboat, not
sheathed, with a double bottom and
close water-tight subdivisions at the
water line. The length on the water
line, normal displacement, is 220 feet;
maximum breath, 36 feet. She will be
required to attain an average of 14
knots for four consemtive hours. Gun
boats 8 and II are designed for service in
rivers and shallow waters. The length
on her load water line, normal displace
ment, is zou ieei o incnes; maximum
breath, 40 feet. The following ia a
synoposii of the bids : Maryland Steel
Company, Baltimore, Md., for either,
$380,000, for all three, $370,000 each ;
John H. Dralogne, Camden, N. J., for
all three. $1,186,000: Union Iron Works.
of San Francisco, for No. 7, $400,000;
lor Aos. b and 9, $360,000 each ; Coronado
Foundry and Machine Company, San
Diego, Cal.. for No. 7. $372,000: New-
port Newt Company, for all three, $2H0,
000 each, or $290,000 for No. 7 and $306,
000 each for Not. 8 or 9; Bath Iron
Workt, Bath. Me.. $426,000 fur No. 7.
er $4isl,000 each for I er .
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
FABM AND GARDEN.
Economy in Feeding; One Sonrce
of a Farmer's Profit
CUTTING SOFTENS PB0VENDEB.
No Food Fit for Use Until Ground
or Cnt, Moistened and Mixed
-Salt for Cattle.
twenty thousand dollars are to be ex
pended on the job.
New Zealand has entered the woman
suffrage column. Its new reform bill
puts women unon an exact nolitical
equality with men.
The Lord Mayors of London during
tar, Stockholm, $13 ; Carolina. $9 per bar
rel ; pitch, $6 per barrel ; turpentine, 65c
per gallon in car lots.
Iaow Bar. 2Xe ner Pound: Din-iron,
f(32D per ton.
VEGETABLES AND MUITS.
Vegetables Cabbage, lo per pound
1 he Lord Mayors of London during potatoes, Oregon, 75c per sack ; new on
the past twenty years have collected ions, lc per pound; tomatoes, 35
over twonty millions of money for phi- 40c per box; green corn, 15c per dozen;
lanthropic purposes. sweet potatoes, 1 1 c per pound ; egg
According to the annual report of the plant, $1.00 per box; Oregon celery, 35
DritiBn roBiomce, z,so,zyu,uuu letters (suc.
and packages were bandied during the Fkoits Sicily lemons, $6.00(20.50 per
fiscal year just ended. I box : ualllornia new crop, $5.00(25.60
London is somewhat excited over the P6' ' bananas, ii.6O3.00 per bunch j
o.l, noM.im. ,ii, h.. oranges, $3.60 per box; Oregon peaches.
just been taken over there. At present 70c. P6',,1 b"er pears, 80
I. , . ., . . . 1 I Oilp nap hnv 1 IAI lA na. nAim.1,
it is not considered seriously. r .V " "v " ' """?
d l . fz.uui3z.Du; grapes, ouiswuo per box
avoid dragging Prince Roil Jicwill ,aide-de-camp
to Emperor William, into the Nie-
nian river at Meswics, Kussia.
Arrangements have been concluded
between the Berlin banks and other
banks of Italy providing for an advance
New York Concords. 40c ner basket
Italian Prunes. 75c(21.00 nor box: an.
pies, Baldwin, King, 86ctl.00 Der box :
Waxen, 76390c; cranberries, 18.00(2.8.50
Corrsa Costa Rica, 23c; Rio. 22c;
of 40,000,000 marks on the security of Salvador, 23c J Mocha. 2628c; Ar-
buckle's, Columbia and Lion. 100-pound
cases, zo.buc per pound.
honey Uholce comb, 18c per pound;
new Oregon, 16 20c; extract, 9(2 10c.
dried r a u its 1893 pack, Petite
prunes, 8(2 10c: silver, 1(2 12c: Italian.
U fit 1 (L. . Cu.mnn O , , 1 i AAlllm
,HW wva. uiw.vi uiuiUB, UWIVV.
ih in n.,.i. i evaporated apples, 810c; evaporated
it of the mines has ,Pnoofta9 IOc ' pThe8 10l2Xi
penis, f"-uiu pur puunu.
Salt Liverpool. 200s. $16.60; 100s.
sio.uu; ous, fio.oo: stock, SH.DU(g9-ou.
Beans Small whites. 3(23': pinks.
3c; bayos, 33c; butter, 4c; lima,
asie per pound.
New Orleans, $6. 50(20.26 per cental,
Svrdp Eastern, in barrels. 40356c:
In half-barrels, 42($67c: in cases. 360
80c per gallon : 12.26 Der keir: California.
in barrels, 2040o per gallon; $1.76 per
u v.vflrp UWUTOVl L. , .AH.
J. ojic; con.'ectioners' A, tt4c ; dry gran
ulated, 6c: cube, crashed and pow
dered, 75ic per pound ; c per pound
London has a new but much needed
organization, whose name Indicates fully
its purpose. It is called the National
Society for Checking the Abuses of
It appears from the official statistics
oi the production ol
1892 that the output
been greatly increased by the improve
ment oi technical appliances,
Mr. Gladstone is one of the greatest
opponents to divorce in the English
speaking world. He believes that mar
riage is a contract for life, which only
expires wnen me itsen expires.
An English municipal body, Hendon
ixicai Board, lias passed resolutions for
bidding the erection of henhouses.
unless the plans for the structure have
been submitted to and approved by the
The exports of rails and railway
materials from Germany in the first
half of this year amounted to 62,216
tons. The corresnondinir einorta in the
... j - . i
correstionding period of 1892 were 73,,
discount on all grades for prompt cash ;
maple sugar, 1616c per poum
Canned Goods Table fruits, assorted.
$1.76(32.00; peaches, $1.86(22.00; Bart
lett pears, $1.7602.00; plums, $1.37X0
i.ou; strawberries. 12.20(42.45; cherries.
$2.25(32.40: blackberries. 11.8632.00:
raspberries, $2.40; pineapples, $2,260
UW: anrimla 11 HK Pia (mil.
M. Jannsen. in telegraphing from the assorted. 11.20:' neu'liM. 1126; nlnm.
new observatory on the top of Mont $1.001.20; blackberries. $1.26(91.40 per
Blanc, speaks in glowing terms of the dozen. Pie fruits, irallons. amorbMl.
success of the observatory, and also I $3.16(23.50; peaches, $3.604.00; apri
hopes that valuable observations may cots, $3.50(24.00; plums, $2.7603.00;
oiacKuemes, S4.zW.24.DU; tomatoes, II. 1U.
mi ats Corned beef, Is, $1.40; 2s,
Professor Koch, the Berlin bacteriol
ogist, who recently secured a divorce
from his wife and married an actress.
has told his friends that If they want
his society in future they must receive
also his wife.
lie made this autumn
In Great Britain last season there
were twenty-six deaths on the field, re
sulting from foot-ball accidents: thirty-
nine broken legs, twelve broken arms.
twenty-five broken collar-bones and sev-
enty-nve other injuries,
$2.10; chipped. $2.36: lunch toneue. Is.
$3.76; 2s. $6.75: deviled ham. 11.60(2
z.o per dozen.
Fish Sardines, Ji"s, 78c$2.25j ,
$2.1604.60; lobsters, $2.3003.60; sal-
ine agea uucness ot Cleveland, the i.7D:z-lbs. sz.Wd2.fiU: u-harrnl. ifi.fio
.i ... . . I ' T w'm '
motner oi i-oru ttoseoery, wno is one
of the last of the surviving ladies who
officiated as bridesmaid to the (jueen at
ner .-Majesty's marriage over nftv-three
years ago, is just about to set out on a
journey to South Africa.
The parish of St. ChristoDher-le-
Stock, London, has not a single inhabi
tant, bnt its electoral list must always
be duly made out and signed. This
parish extends over the open space in
front of the Mansion House and the
Roval Exchange, and includes a corner
of the Bank of England.
Three famous prisons in Paris, which
Jiave played a great part in French
dramas ana romance Mazes, rjte.
Pelagie and La Roauette are soon to
be demolished, and in their place a
great penitentiary is to be erected at
Fresnes, in the Department of the
The Pope has consented to act as god
father to the King of Spain at bis ap
proaching confirmation and first eoni
munion. Mgr. Cretoni, the nuncio at
Madrid, will represent the Pope at the
ceremony, and will be the bearer of
some very bandsoiae preaeuU.
Only the best of certain kinds of
grapes are being gathered on the Stan-
lord vineyard at Vina, as there is no
market for poor grapes. In a portion of
the vineyard devoted to the California
or Mission grapes and other like quali
ties the sheep of the ranch are now run
ning. It is considered better that the
grapes should be eaten from the vines
than that they should rot on them.
Louise Michel ia at present in London,
having crossed the channel chiefly to
consult some books in the library of the
British mnsenm. Here she may be seen
daily working hard. Her face is large,
heavily lined, worn and pale; suffering'
is there and signs of sacrifice; likewise
(be light of enthusiasm, which those
who differ from her would describe aa
the indication of madness. With dress
or outward appearance she has little
concern, but her old, battered, black
felt bat and her shabby black gown are
forgotten at sight of her remarkable
OMtenaoce. London Star.
Economy In feedlnir is one source of a
farmer's nrofit. To fal hav. rorn and
oats to eoita, calves and work horses is
extravagant and wasteful. The way to
economize and save several dollars per
head each year until they are marketable
is to cut all provender into inch lengths
(straw and fodder), nut in seDarate bins
under shelter where most convenient for
use. Cutting softens anv orovender and
rids it of sand and dust. Now take seventy-five
bushels of corn, oats, rye and
buckwheat to mill and set it eround fine
as for bread, writes a correspondent of
the National Stockman. Grinding costs
centa per nuBiiei. Add to tins one-
fourth of its weight in wheat bran. If vnn
nave not an oi tnese grains, use such as
von naVA. I hll wav tn m r fnv n.a la.
Make a box 12 feet long, 2 feet deep,
2 feet wide, water-tight. Put in the
box three layers of straw ; add to each
layer lour pounds ot meal and two ami
one-half gallons of water : take a four.
tined fork and mix thoroughly from one
end to the other and back. Now serve
out to ten or twelve head three times a
day and they will be well fed, and we
have used only one-half bushel of mm
and straw and fodder of still less market
value, wetting softens and causes the
meal to adhere. We can keep twice as
much stock on this economical olan as
can be done the extravagant way at one
half less expense. There is no food fit
for use until it is ground or cut, mois
tened and mixed. An animal fed the
waste way is not as healthy ; it is con
stipated, hide-bound, with indigestion.
On the economical plan the stomach is
neaiiny, tne bowels laxative with per
JilTBB. JM-A-gom Tuv.iimm
urn out the fowls some cool or damn
day, and then close all the cracks in the
house except the door. Then take a ket
tle of live coals and place on the ground
in the center; but, if there is a wood
floor, lay a flat stone In, on which set the
kettle. Throw a half pound or pound
of sulphur upon the coals and shut the
door and leave the house closed for a
few hours, and we will venture to say
that no more lice or mites will be found
in it for a few weeks thereafter. If the
house is not tight enough to admit of
thorough fumigation in the manner de
scribed, then clean as well as you can,
and whitewash with fresh lime, mixing
in a liberal quantity of sulphur, after
which throw sulphur into all the cracks
and apply kerosene oil to the roosts.
The house should be well aired before
the fowls are admitted and well venti
lated at night. We have never known
the "sulDhur cure" to fail if Dronnrlv
Be sure to feed green corn to the cows.
In no other way can it be nsed to pay so
well. Sweet corn is preferable until cold
weather; then field corn ia better.
Have all the fowls roost in the house
if there is plenty of room, but let some
stay outside until cool weather if the
house is crowded with all of them.
In the good time coming it is quite
probable that shrewd dairymen will fur
nish darkened stables for cows in fly
time and tarn out to pasture at night.
If it nays to cat corn for fodder, it payi
to shock it well. A shock lvinir in tha
mud, with the rains beating upon it, '
does not improve the nutritive value of
tue loader in it.
Pasture in summer, clover and mnta
in winter, will improve the health and
vigor of the stock. At 10 months of age,
or butchering time, stock cared for as
about outlined will average 300 pounds.
Fresh milcb cows in the fall of the
year are about as profitable as any stock
that one can go into winter quarters
with. Don't get it into your head that
the only dairy worth having ia the sum
Bar Brother's TTouMra Cloth.
"I don't see why I shouldn't have that
piece of cloth for my new tailor made
gown," said a young girl when her
brother t new trousers came home from
"Bnt it's for trousers," said her
"That's no reason why a girl shouldn't
have a gown of it, if she wants one," she
It was a soft gray, with tiny stripes of
a darker gray and a hair line of black
running through it
"It would make a pretty gown," said
her mother, doubtfully, "but it is too
"It isn't any heavier than your Bed
ford cord. 1 shouldn't think of having
it lined," said the young woman posi
tively, "except in the bodice, and that
with thin silk."
"It cost (8.60 a yard " her brother re
"So does Bedford cord," she responded.
The result waa plain from that mo
ment; and the fact is that a great many
yonng women have stolen masculine
cloths for their street gowns. Many of
the patterns areleasUuruid refined ln
man of good taste selects for bis trou
sers. New York Sua
CHARCOAL FOB FOWLS.
We have found charcoal a very excel
lent thing to furnish our poultry with.
It may be given in a powdered state,
mixed with the soft meal feed, and a
little pulverized sulphur at the same
time may be added to advantage. But
the very best way to supply this is to
burn an ear or two of corn (unon the
cob), charring it to blackness and throw
ing it before them. Thev will devour
every kernel and so supply themselves
with a grateful and healthy substance
that sweetens the crop and serves as an
admirable tonic to the stomach. At this
season of the year the above recommen
dation will be found a valuable hint to
poultrvmen. Hens about readv to lav
win devour this prepared charcoal eager
ly, and the increased freshness and red'
ness of their combs afterward evince the
efficacy of this allowance. For a month
or six weeks in the early breeding season
nothing is better than this for laying
hens, given them daily.
SALT FOB CATTLE.
If you give it in the right wav. von
need not be afraid of your cattle taking
too much salt. They will never do this
if they have free access to it at all times.
It is when thev have been keDt from it.
and so have become salt-hungry, that
they will overeat. Salt is an essential
element of the blood, and is as neces
sary to stock as to human beings. Many
of their common foods are lacking in it,
and consequently it must be artificially
supplied. We cannot tell exactly how
much they need, and so the olan of feed
ing them stated amounts at stated times
is wrong. Put it where they can get it
themselves, and they will take just as
much as they need and no more.
It probably costs about as much to
feed a cow which produces 160 pounds of
butter aa one which makes 300 pounds.
A cement floor is not at all necessarv
in a chicken-house if the location be a
dry one. Keep the floor littered, and
there will never be a foul floor.
Be careful to have rood ventilation In
the dairy room during warm weather.
It can best be kent onen for this nnrnnaa
at night when the air is coolest.
Driving Malls and Womaa's Equality.
The last nail which ia to be driven into
the World's fair Woman's building is
to be composed of gold, silver and copper
from Montana, and is the gift of a wom
an. The hammer is to be an equally
beautiful and representative offering
from another state, designed, made, and
presented by women.
Bnt the real test of the equality of the
sexes will be the driving of the nail by
the president, Mrs. Palmer. . If that
precious nail be driven straight and nn.
deviatingly to its place, if the sacred
hammer does not strike the fingers of
the woman who wields it, then the men
might aa well give np the contest and
let women have the ballot, and the trou
sers, and the privilege of standing np in
the cars, and all the rest of it She will
have them anyway if she decides to, and
how much more gtaoef ul to proffer the
favors than to yield them from necessity.
Contributions of a representative char
acter are being sent from the different
states and women's associations to the
famous building, and the New York
Women's Press club ia agitating the
question of presenting the door of the
main entrance. New York Son.
Tha Vint Stovaa,
A heating apparatus called a "atuba"
(stove) was widely used among the higher
claw of Romans before the beginning of
the Christian era. This class of beaters
was fixed and immovable, besides being
ia several omer respects wholly duiannt
from the modern stove. In Germany and
Scandinavia they were used In bathrooms
and hothouses during the middle ages.
They were usually constructed of brick,
atone or tils and were of immense size.
They sometime covered the whole sld of
a 80 or 80 foot room and often extended out
Into the room aa much as 10 feet, in which
case the smooth, flat top was used for a bad
stead, the heated surface imparting an
agreeable feeling of warmth during those
cold nights of long ago, when such things
as covers were quite rare.
Cardinal Polignae of France waa per
haps the first to attempt the construction
of a stove wholly of Iron this at about the
beginning of the eighteenth century. The
Unit real improvement over the old Roman
"stuba" was brought about by Franklin in
tha year 1745. One of his efforts produced a
typical bass burner, almost perfect and a
model of workmanship. Stoves were not
used in private houses to any gnat extent
prior to the year 1830. Philadelphia Prsss.
Taking Toa la a Stabla.
The Baroness von Zuyllan, of Paria, has
the finest stables in the world for her mag
nificent horses. Even those of the great
czar himself do not equal them In magnifi
cence. On Sunday afternoons she takes
her tea in the stables, where down the cen
ter of the great building a thick pile car
pet ia placed leading up to the tea room.
The horses come np to the table for sugar
from their mistress like pet dogs. The
buildings cover three acre of ground.
New York Sun.
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near future will in any way approach the superior qualities and
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
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wholesomeness and efficacy. The favorite in every kitchen.
Dr. Price's is a Pure Cream of Tartar Baking Powder, and
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without a rival in the future as in the past