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B CARO BROS. BOSS
All poison Indebted (u lliu lindiitaigll-
cd are huruby nolillud and rrqiiealud to
Ooino forward at"! iinko ptoinpl h'MIo
iite.nl. All nuti i mill ttn otmtii mtt paid
Immediately will I'u lnicil In (In handa
o( mi attorney fur rullcclinii. TIiIh t
insane like II rendu. Vh urn going l t
of 1ulnrnn, hiiiI hi net have, n wttlctiiiml.
DECKMllF.ll 13. M
Tot good d-coiit cigar cull on Mia.N.
Rngs In Inflnlla variety tit Alexander
Meronl In Olio pound kiNkhs nl
Kephyr I) rents loi I r-Uiu package
( the Novelty Mote.
Key West, Imixirlol ami d.uiu nlio
cigars at tha Itoanlnaf.
A Hnaly brad JVi my main rail lui aalu.
.Vddraae P. O. Hot, ItU.
Tha Po Moiu is selling out til s.uri
6tloi pi ices Ctl mill lie loiiYiiii'i'i).
o yon eaioko.' If an, got Ailio
Ojar at Kruee A HLamliroukc, aula agents
No mistake will bo tuitiio by having
your dental woik done by lr. Strange.
.t. I. Mann sella llio beat Hour in town
end prices are all light, quality iniaid
r1. Black brocade dtc- tkiita, w Licit
formerly sold at !.: to l..'n", nu lor
l.l lo at llio Novelty Store.
Caih paid for gi itlu, uml till kluda ol
arm product, at Abraham' warchouiw
K. A. IW.:i;:i.
12. DutJa. M. !., inmnber Hoard if
Pension Examintra. Ollicc. Marstera
bnllding raaidtng corner Mum utid 1'aiB
Vol prices and quality call nl the old
original Ma ml, Fresh nml dried li uile,
candy and nuts, cigars uu I tobacco at
prices to iuit all. Mus. H. Kamon.
Feononiy will prompt yon to buy
children's clothing of uu. Suits fiom
4 lo II at M lo and upward in price,
merry marked below co!. Novelty
V, R. CoQman, phyaicUu und surgeon
Oflka In Taylor A Wilton block, resi
dence, McCIallen llonao. Pruloaaiotial
calls iu town or country promptly tin
vwered night or day.
Hawing machines, sewing machines,
owing machines at Alexander A Strong,
and the brat of them ul that, riwiging i"
fricafrom 3 to f ir .'.0. Hi-miro to no
I bam before yon buy.
Timer V. Iloovir, pltjfcicitin uid nit
Uou. Orllre lie t to city bnll on Main
etreat, RcBl)urg, r. pci-inl uili'iitiou
given to diieasea of the noiit und tbio.it.
I'alla promptly anaaend.
Hue Hlco A HIcp, llouru l urnii-bira,
for avery tblnx in tbo furiiituro lino,
Vtirsat atock aud lowoat priceii, juat ro
fTdac.ir lotJ of Kntcrnnil cj
fornlture. Hee ua for bargnitii1.
Rtmaraber that Ir. Strtini;e is a per
luaoent resident of Koauburg, and ia not
her temporarily, that lie fully warrants
all his work and ia hurt) at all timea to
make Cd his guarantee! of all dentin
Iry. I', J. llond, wraclicul
JTzT-JL watcbinaUer. r-Lop in
f n knM eipreaa otlke, next to
be Alaraa builtliog, Hoeuuurg, vrotcou.
AVatchea, clocka uud jewelry n imiroa
la akltlful manner at reuaouublo prices.
A abate of the public putrouugo ao
Udted. Monia' I'oultry Ohio. Thin infallible
remedy ebullcnguu the world to produce
itt 6'junl ai an ef K producer, l'rovuot
fre aud euro for all diucaaes of fowls,
fiuaranleed aud (or haIo by If. M. Mar
fio, Roubur Or.
Italia of cluLhfP, all iuul, heuvy
weights, t.bO; rogultir pike t'i. Hoys
dotbea from 0 lo U yours for M uud
i . Ht atylea ud colors for
regular rlce M oo. All tbone uuda tiru
only ti be louud at tbo Hons Moro.
Pptodato doutistiy by Pr. Mraugo
which means the boot and laloal kluds
ol wvrk ekllfully carefully and properly
neerled Hb oo allot double, but per
fect HaWaludiou. Try lr. Mruuge's
aeamlosa rioaua, tbo be.sl, Inleet nnd
Uioat peifecl made.
For talu or vxebuuge (oi luuda iu i o-
Ron-ll7arics tlmbor Uud in fauta
"m. ruuntv. Lrt lforuitt, nl'JUt lUlv'O
iiilleB from railroad ataiion, on comity
road, part good d ull laud ail ptobubly
lt),(KlO toids id wood ou the placo nour u
market. I'lico 2.000. Addruaa
Y, O. box Ot JCuiiuburj;, Oieuu.
A low do.eu of thouo Keuluily uiudu
imuIs. bul'Biuutiil nml well ntmie, uo
ahoddv. AIhj u few duuii woimniV,
meu'a, bnye' uud i bildu u'a vUvv, n
Ur wearers. I lata lor uiiitidiiuo Mm
ahadu. utiilt iMi fur hot uud ul
alitor i aud vailntia ulboi' ailu ku at
living prices, al II, C. rdautou'e.
(i ild p''lia In till i
Hi'iiiciiibii I ih:.
b'liigna nt Hnlr.man'a.
I'Uih und Apron
See Hnl.tniirr lino of watclma and
Ir. II. I.illle, (if UkUml, waa in llio
city lii-t I rida).
Apron hiringa, fun, ait nnd laughter.
(iet your nilver nurc and adver novel-
tie ut HafriiiMn'.
Nnii riuli ( elfgubt c.iriing ante at
rii'irch.ll A oi.lleyV.
Vaiinun d' nina in axitvenier Ipuuoa at
hnlz.n.in'H. Hen lliein.
J. I . Uh'jlou, nl Suiilli Djt r Creek,
aa in t!i ci'y this woek.
W. I'. Wiiihtoii, it proiuliieul fruit
t;ruwcr el Wii.niini, ia iu Ijan today.
It. A. I i.ii.M , nl Abrahaiu'a ward
buiiae, li'iia bay. ktaiii uud all kinda of
far in pr.xlm tn.
Sum l.vatin, llio t,!ob a Valley fruit
grower, ia iu tnwu Imlay Uking jn the
iirt leady for a g'jul laugh (and riy)
a1 Apron Mringa on l'ac. l.'Oih. lieat en
turtuiuuiunt ever kivimi iu Koaeburg.
Adutiaiiii only ci-ula
C W lluna h ia ruld bia barber adop
on ui n in m i ariij win aoon aiiake
li)otiiii 'ii liLu U nul l (rum off his ahix-e.
John Huuudii is tli" purcbaber.
T'li j bilk' live year old aon el A. I'ellon
id I i'1'tr I'il.iiiK.i, ai iuhtaotly killed
Mjiidiy, by gi'ttiu ( in the way of a fal
ling I rp, cut duwn I y ,ii father.
Sam Tooloy ia weuriug the star of Mar
dial, Pill.wd during tho a'iia :D of the
lattor aa a ni'.ueaa buforu the I'nited
States grand j'iry in Portland Ibis week.
The l-'aruiern' lua'itute held at KiJdln
on Monday und Tueaday of tbia week
wua a orv pleai-ant airir ai d doubtleM
will provo very bpiiellcial to tho farme.-s
of that viciuliy.
IWctieore Jauira WilhyroiulM, A. H.
Cordlev, K. I'ernot and 1'. L. Kent,
of i he Ciirvnllia Agricultural College, are
in tho city I'oiidiii'ting the larruera1
Inetituta now iu aeraiun.
The 1'iiinel 1 1 Iho Newp irl mine was
inn into tho old Kuiiir-wnv of the ICaat
port mine on Wednraday laet Tbia
upeim up ii tine Jepoait of coal, which
can now bo woiku l to an advantage.
Myrtle Point I'literpriee.
The c unity court and repreadutativo of
tho viirimiH iiiHiirauco companies have
com ludid the work of adjusting the loas
of the c iurt houfo lire. The insurance
of ISuOM in th building ia to bo paid iu
full und f l.ii'i'.' TiO on tho furuiture.
Max l'ia lit, tlii apiii'.ial agcint of the
goueral land ollico for thin district, was
lown to tho river during tho week and
nought htmeelf another of those ilaming
red net klks. Auolhor epidemic ul
atugo coach bold upa in now in order.
Max t'luuiis lo have lot bis last one
through lliu persuaaiou of a road agent.
.1. O Hepburn uud wifo ariived from
Looking Uluw, Oregon, ou fcaturJay last
to take pofaoHsiou of the Jouea place.
I'oter is taking iu the ruin und the re-
llectiou iu the Looking Olaae, while Mr.
llopburu ia taking iu tho joys aud the
woes of l'aluidalo climate. Lancaster,
llio farmers luutuuto uow in session
at tbo Opera House, hoc in a to be attract
ing considerable atleuliou and will
doul tlen uixomplieli much good. An
iutcrcHttug program baa been arraogeJ,
which may bo soon in uuolbor column
of thib inane. All who cau possibly do
o, ebould Hi tou I tho institute.
being a littlu lute in netting l j press
lust TbuiNilay, it purtiou ( our Cileudalo
correepoitduuco was ltd out in order that
tbo I'laimiealui might gut out ou time
Tbo omitted pjiliou wo priul this hauo
Koferriug to tbo house furuialiuee of (be
uew Hotel fileudulo, our corr npoudeut
"Wo louud brilliaul chaude'.iera pour
iug a btioaiu ol light upou a leaulilully
furuibhed loom tlueat tapestry, car pot 8
aud cuilaiua uu well ua oleguut pluau
pallor furuiture niu lo this suite of rooms
u glimpeo ol fair v laud. Hotel Uleudalo
U luruiuhed juat Iho euiuo hs louding
Portland hotols uud fills a loug felt waut
of u (hat class hotel iu this placo. We
aluo noted tbo elegant (uruiabiuga ol tbo
epaciouu dining hall the autiipuo chairs
lovely kiikbouiilti, uud Hue liueu, costly
bilvorwuie, upuil.liug cut yluuii uud deli
cato eoivii'o china." Mr. Ilodeou, tbo
pioi'iicloi', ia a hol.il Ueoper ol exper
iouco uud tbia hi'lcl mil bo kept oil tbo
hlchnei plauii. A'u leiouiuieud it to all
aa tho baal bolal iu roulheiu Uiegou.'
John I'rlce came dowt from Oak Creak
W.fl.r.rao J, of Wrill-ur, waa lo tha
city yes terday,
Robert Powell of Myrtf Cioek was io
Ii. K. Bcrantoo of Carnaf Valley was
lo town Tuesday.
I.. T. Thompson, of Coles Valley, waa
! lo town this week.
Win, Lools, of Harden Valley, waa in
town the other day.
John . Croocb, of Oakland, was a
visitor lo town yesterday.
N. Salig, ol Myrtle Creek, wan doing
business io town tbo first of tbe wctk.
A marriage license has beea issaed to
(Sheridan Cbamberlln and Ia M.
C. V. Iodge aud Orvillo Dodge and
wife of, Myrtle Tolot, aia registered at
Mystic Lotlga Degree of Honor will
bold its Ural meeting siuce organising,
iu Odd Fellows' Temple tonight.
Ho inaeh depends upon the ponty ol
the blood that by taking Hood's Barsapa-
illa many different diseased are cured.
fresh Meat for the Cubans.
Chicago, De?. IS The Kecord sjya:
Chicago packera will spend 14 large
amount of money in erecting immense
cold-atorage plauta io Santiago und Ha
vana lor the reception and atoring of
freeb meat. Within a (ortaigni Cold
storage experts will be aent to West In
dian cilia to look over the ground, and
prepare plan and specifications for tba
erection of tba; proposed plauta.
Those Interested in tbo matter are I .
D. Armour, ti. 1". Swift, Nelson Morris
and Thos. J. Llptou. Hwift already baa
a small cold-storage plant at Santiago,
which he built during the war, and
which waa constructed from material
sent from Chicago. A modern structure,
hich will accommodate 200 refrigera
tor care of meat, will be built in Havana.
Tola will be Mr. Swift's general supply
Thomas J. Liptou, the packer and tea
merchant, baa sent oou of his London
agents to Havaua, w here he will be met
by a representative from the eatablieh-
meut in Chicago, aud together they w ill
visit the different citiea of Coba and tlx
ou a location for a cold-storage plant.
Jusl bow large a plaut is to be erected
by Armour A Co., la not definitely de
cided upon as yet, but ptaus that have
already been submitted are on a large
ecale. Ono of tbo officials of a packing
houee says :
"While tho nativea of Cuba do not aa
yet require vary much meat, we hope to
educate them ao that tbey will require
more of our products, and then ws shall
Lave attained the end we desired to
create a demand for our goods."
EVENING UP OLD SCORES.
Shocking Treatment of Friars
Nuns In Northern Luzon.
r-a.N Kbajcisco, Dec. 13. Tha Manila
correspondent ol the Hong Kocg Trees
gives details of the shocking treatment
of friars aod other prisoners captured by
insurgeula in the northern part of the
island of Luzon. Gen. Ley be, who waa
lent by Aguinaldo to attack tba cities in
the extreme north of Luitou, sent a re
port to bis cbiel that be bad brought the
entire eectiou raided completoly uuder
the control of tho Filipinos. Ley bo also
nioulious in bia repoit the capture of 121
friars and lay brothers, oiauy Bpanisb
soldiers, with their arma and property,
and silver and gold valued at (800,000.
The Press correspondent states that
from Bpanisb sources have come reports
of terrible atrocities committed bv the
rebels, who aie said to bavn looted the
churches iu tbe town if Cagayau and
Apairl. 1 he correspondent says :
"Tbe bishop was subjected to tbe
grossest indigoitier. The friars were
beateu with sticks, kicked and buug up
In the torrid sun for aevoral hours. Tba
uativea were (orbiddeu to reuder tbo
fnare auy assUrtauce. I'urlug their
greatest aufl'eriogs, while hungry aud
naked ia tbe broiling aon, Chinese and
natives furtively supplied them with
food aud water. One aged friar was
placed upon a horse's tuddle aud jumped
uulil blood poured from bis uioutb and
nose. Another, it is esld, clothed only
Iu a rain coat, was carried in triumph (or
:'00 jerdt), then cudgeled lo death mid
ea.tage iiies, Nuus iu the convent weie
subjected to shameless lieatiaeut."
Senators Vest and Hoar Desire
BIOflOHT IN TIIESLNUt IS ON.
Tha Nicaragua Canal Question Ul
vldea Time With Territorial
WaaiiiMiroN, Den. 12. I)iacu sloti of
two queatlons, each of importance and
interest at this Maelon, a heguu by
the senate at its session today. Trrr!
torlal expansion and the con at ruction of
the Nicaragua canal occupied the at
tention ol the buly during t!,c greater
part of the afternoon.
As aoon aa the routine morning bul-
nets fiail lieMi 111 pofco ci, Mr. v en
(dem., Mo.) called up bia resolution
oflfied last wrrk, ilec'arkg it io lie on
ronalhntlonal for Ihia government to ac
rpiire foreign Itrrit.rr except for eoHling
aiaticna or aome liku 1 urpoic, ntiUn its
iblrntion was to c inb-r etatehoiHl 111 on
tho territory aud cttixnaiiip upjn its in
habiianta. Mr Vest declared it waa a
basic principle of this' governo'ciit "that
the powera of the government were de
rived from the consent of the governed,"
and maintained that the feJeral govern
ment had no authority either in morals
or io (lie constitution :o go ix-ynoj
that principle. Ho held that the princi
ple bad been soatalned hy the supreme
court iu various decisions, and thst no
public man of prominence nnd no rec
ognised tribunal bad over been reckless
enough to controvert it.
Mr. Morgan opened the debate on the
canal bill with a three boors' appeal for
action at this sesMoti. The a bole coun
try, ho said would be disappointed if
congreea did not act. He was willing to
take any measure which would result in
the buildiug of the caual. In the course
of bis remarks, he agreed to accept an
amendment apoeilicaliy excepting the
caual from neutrality with reg ird to any
country with which the Unit -d s-atee
might be at war.
PROCEEDINGS IN DETAIL.
Vest of Missouri Leads the Attack on
Vamiinutg.n, Dec. 12, In tho csnato
todiy IIoar(Maaf.) and Hale (Me.) pre-
ecnted a resolution ol the cituena of
their reapec'.ive statua, remonat rating
agaiuet the extenaion ol American sov
ereignty over the 1'bilippine islands aud
against tbe acipiisition of foreign terri
tory without tbe content of the people of
such territory. The resolutions were
referred to the committee ou foreign re
Pettigrew introduced a bill authorizing
M. Bartlalt to raise tho battle-ship
Maine and transport it to the United
Hoar introduced a resolution for a
committee to prepare and carry out
plans for the celebration of tbe centen
nial of the city of Washington as lo tbe
Hoar also introduced the following
That the committee on military af
fairs be instructed to inquire and report
as soon as may bs whotber some process
may not bo established by law by whkh
soldiers in the regular army who Lave
families or parents depending on them
for support, or whote education or op-
poitunitiea for business will be eeriousiy
interfered with by longer coutiouance in
the military service, and who culiuteJ
for war, or under atsuraucca that they
would be held while war lasted, may be
promptly discharged and their places ao
far as necessary be filled with uew ie-
Vest (Mo.) then called op bis reaolu
tiou offered laet week, declaring tbe
constitution confers no power ou tbe
federal government to acquire territory
to be held and governed permanently as
colonies aud addreeael the senate there'
"When the principal law otbeera of
tbo government, "said, he "says the con
stitution is too small (or present condi
tions ol our government it seems to lue
time to eo'iuiro what that constitution
Tbe Declaration of Independence, be
said, bad beeu drawn up with the idea
that all governments derived their just
powers from tho consent of the gov
erned. It was Incredible that the fouud
era of tbe government could havo looked
forward (0 a time wheu millions of hu
man beings could be held without their
consent, merely as chattels to bu dis
poeed of aa eoveroigu powers of tbe
mother couutry might choose. He thou
quoted (rum the I'rcd Scott decision of
tbo roiled r-tatea supremo court iu sup
port of bis proportion, and declared :
I assort that not ono tribuual baa
contracted that part ol tho Lrod t-cutt
decision until within the laet six mouths
when the craie ol expansion tneiusto
bavo taken posaeaaion of the American
Veal thought it was the purpose ol
expansionists to adopt a European pol
icy ol coluuuaiiou, uuta ithetaudiug that
the piluciples ol this government were
tbe granting of citizenship to all within
the jurisdictiou of government, except
Indians. Iu (bo act i f cession ol the
territory of Louisiana to 1 ranee is fouud
a provision that tbe iubabltauls aa socu
as possible ebull be made citizens of the
L'uited Males oud tbo territory of Louis
taua be made u Ptalo ul the Uuiou. to
it was, delered Veot, wbeu Uiegou as
obtained from Fpaio, aud when Alaska
waioblaiued dcui liuasna.
"AVbuu, wbeie, bon," ho asked
base na surisndeKd the gteal docliiue
WHO . . .
i SAID ANYTHING
becauie there Is no place
like our store to buy your
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
that tbui i. .confederation of .t.tea? I can
... -. I
not conceive it to be posaibie 10 poioii
oat any other form of givernmeot under
Mr. Vert declare! the United Hiaiee
supreme court had settled that qoeai'.nn
for alt time. He maintained tbat the
overwhelming argument of the expan-
sioniata waa tbat the constitution applies
alone to tbe etate of tbe Union. Ia fav
or of what Im termed "this monatroue
proposition," he aid the expansionists
quoted Daoiel Webster, for whose opin
ions he himself had the highest respect.
rhe argument of Mr. Webster referred
to bad been made in a debate with John
C. Calhoun when slavery waa a domi
Mr. Calhoun bad maintained tbat, in
asmuch as elavery waa recognized i
he federal constitution, its extensioo
into territoriei acqaird by tis union ul
states waa unconstitutional, (hen it
waa lb at Mr. Webater ria l declared that
tbe constitution applied 10 tbe states
lone. "To say," declared Mr. eat.
that citizens of a territory are excluded
from the privileges guaranteed oy tlie
bill of rights, aud are merely no sub
ject of I'll arbitrary will ol congress is
a monstrous proposition, hot fortunately
the supreme court had determined tbat
qu-etiou in many cases.
"I do noi deny, continued Mr. eet,
tho power of tbe federal government to
acquire territory, but I do deny ita power
to acquire territory peopled with mil
lions, without their consent, and with no
intention ol conferring npon them citi
zenahin. I may be answered tbat tbe
point ia not good ; tbat it may be evaded
by tha taking in of vast trace of lands
peopled with barbarians, to ba held
merely for commercial advantages.
When the congress of tbe United States
shall become ao degraded as this it la
only a qooetion of time until the end
We are great people," concluded Mr-
Vest. "We are told this country can do
anything, contiiution or no constitution.
We are a great people, it is true, but we
cannot do more than another great pec.
pie did a people that conquered the
world, not with steel ehipa aod modern
cannon, but wiita bare swords and prim
itive galleys. Tie co'onial system des
troys all hop of repnblicauiam os the
old lines. It is an appendage of mon
archy. It can exist in no free country,
because it uprooa aod eliminates tbe
basis of all republican iuatitotioua that
governments derive ttieir Viet (rowers
from tho couseut of tho governed.
"I know not what may be dene with
the glamour of fureigu cDoqnost, und
greed of the money-making classes of
this country. For myself. I would
rather quit public life this minote nay,
I would be williug to yield life itself
rather than give my consent to this fan
tastic aod wicked attempt to revolution
ize our government and to substitute
the principles of hereditary enmity for
tbe teachings of Waabiugton aud bis
Mr. riatt, of Connecticut, in eiprees-
iug the hope tbat Mr. est would not
aak for immediato action upou bis reso
lution, eaid be desired lo offer some re
marks npon it, but waa uot prepared to
day to do ao. He Uid not, be said, ac
quisce iu tho law as stated by tbe Mis
souri senator. He believed tbat tbe
power t ) acquire tetritory waa inherent
iu the nation, anJ was not subject to
limitatiou. Iu the remarks he proposed
to submit he would endeavor to establish
this belief. He thought it perfectly evi
dent that if tbo United States, iu fight
ing a war, csma into lttEseBsion ol terri
tory, tbe piocoss of its army and navy
could not be stopped uutil tbe constitut
ed authorities should declare whether it
was the purpose of tbe government t j
hold the acquired territory, with tbe til
tluiate intentiou of conferring statehood
upou its iubabitaole.
Ia response lo au inquiry by Mr. Uoar
Mr. Piatt dedaied tbat tbe power of tbe
government to acquire territory w as full
and plenary. To tbia proposition, uolees
it were accompaoied by declarations aa
to purpose of tbe government (or tho ter
ritory acquired, which purpose should
be wltbiu the power ol the coustitutlon
to coufer Mr, Hoar said, be dealiadlo
euter bis emphatic dissent.
Muruu called ui tbe Nicaragua caual
bill, which was lead iu exteuso, aud
Turpiu Iheieupou suggested I' Moigau
the advisability of poetpnoiug the coueid-
eraLiuu of the hill uulil Jauusry 1. He
called allcuti"u to tbe fact that tbe pies
idwut 111 bis uiMaa'ge auggealed that
Our liriirht. clean,
' " - o 1
good is ready for
Just see them aud you will rejoice aud buy
your watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware
and silver uovelties
1 row ?. r trmt.
I ... f a-.
-.tier, ahen d remain in
.n ...uui of tim canal commission
- ..f-.. -
waa made, it was an ujcu
. . ...r.i n m
aaid, that tbe commission woold report
by thi first ol the year, ine repoit
would deal with questions timeiy ana
vitally Important in connection with the
bill. It woold report officially upon tbe
feasibility of the enterprise, the practica
bility of routes and the estimated ex
penditures. Tbe work ol the commis-
. a I A Milllnn
aton bad cost a quarver ut m
Why not wait? Why go it blind?
Morgan aaid tbat the conniry nau
reached aoncluaion npon this question
and woold not be satisfied, he thought,
to see this session pass without the en
actment of legislation which woold se
cure tbe building of tbe canal. Morgan
aaid Nicaragua and Costa Itica recognt
red the universal opinion of mankind,
tbat tbe canal across the iatbmns most
be built under the protection, control
and management of some maritime
power. Tbe terms of tbe Monocal-Car-
denas concessions proved this. The to
soverlga republics becamo parties to
stock in the capital when organized.
Nicaragua retaining 0 pe' cent of the'
paid np atock, aud Coeta Rica 11,',' P"
cent. They hid waived tueir sovereign
rights ia favor of the congress of tbe
United States. They had waived tliem
for the benefit of their countries in order
to accomplish that without which they
were the moat minute, microscopic dota
on the map of tbe world. It was pledged
in that treaty with Nicaragua to pro
tect the canal. Oar armiee must go
there if tbe rigbta of tbe canal were in
vaded. Tbe rights of an exclusive charter pos
sessed under tbe treaty of 1867 were in
violation of the Cayton-Bulwer treaty
with Nicaragua identical in terms, 10
that the Clayton-Bulwer treaty bad
Vanished into tbio air by (.treat Brit
ain's act. Tbe main difficulty that con
fronted na arose out of the fact tbat
when Cleveland withdra-v the Freling-hoysen-Cahillo
treaty h? expressly took
the grouud that it eatabliahed ao entang
ling alliance and violatod tbe Cla) ton
"It could oot violatj a treaty fiat was
dead," said Morgan. "So that Mr.
Cleveland by hie firtt diplomatic act,
against tbe judgment of congress, gave
vitality to a treaty tbat was dead."
Tbe question was rawed as to tbe lan
guage of the bill guaranteeing tbe neu
trality of the canal in case the United
States were at war with another country.
Morgan said tnal tbe language ottbe bill
epecially excepted such a case.
Hoar differed from Morgan. It the
United States waa at war with Lngland
and England ehould dispatch a hostile
fleet to San Francisco, could tbat fleet
pa through without interruption?
asked Hoar. Did the statement ol the
bill as to the right of the United States
to protnt the canal in time of war give
ua the right to say the canal waa not
neutral? he asked.
Morgan aaid no nation would mis
understand tbe language of tbe bill, but
he was willing to accept auy language
that would make our right more specific.
Hoar suggested tbat tbe clause relat
ing to the neutrality of tbe canal should
beanieuded eo aa to read; "Lxcepi
aa to nations at war with the United
Morgan said be would accept the
amendment. No senator should vote
against tbe bill on this account, Morgan
eaid, tbe president, in whom congress
bad so wisely and confidingly entrusted
a fund ol 150,000,000 10 bo used "at bis
discretion" could cerlaiuly be trusted to
bear and determine tbe objections of
Nicaragaa or Costa Klca, or tbe ttuck
holders of the Maritime Canal Company
Momau said his plea was for action.
This bill did not seek to build tbe caual.
It simply placed the queeliou lo tbe
hands of tbe presldeut. In reply to a
question, Morgau said be did not believe
It would be competent for tbe United
States, independent of any corporation,
to proceed to the construction of tbe
canal under the treaty ol 1807.
At tho conclusion of Morgau'a speech
the senate, at 6 :10 p. in., adj mined.
I'or ocr Fifty veaia,
An oiu axu vyxil-Triku Bxukoy. Mr
Wlublow'a boottilug ttyiup baa bivu uwj tn
over tidy re" by luliUouiut mothers (or tltvlr
chUdieu Hlilla Kclhlug, wlb puilcct aum-M
Uk"otbi tbe cUll'l. n'iU'tifc tbe K'iitih, 1U all
piu, cuivs wiuJ colle, nnl In ttiu ln.-t rcuinly
or iUarrboa. Is plcaMiut ti Uiu UMu. t-i'M !)
diUKgikU lu fiery pttit ol llio trnilJ. Twiuiy
flitcvnU a I'l'tilc. lu valuu U lpclctilai-l.
Uammautl k tr Ura. wiiulow a ii-ioiiiiug
briupi uJ laksuoolhar klud.
fresh stock of lioHdnv
r J A
you J?- -Jf
from us k
Go to the UoaeUaf fr the Kent clirara,
Cnro Br m. are th bora nirn-haiita.
On to Kilmn' for yor.r iiolllny
For firni cli'es (itntiotry g., to Dr
Litt'i- of Oukltnd.
The Ann l ilispU nf la npn f iry
description at C.htirchili A Woolley'e.
10,000 men wanted at the Boas Store
to select great ba'gains before it is too
Ladies rubbers at 25 cents and Oral
quality at 40 cents per pair. Novelty
Facts not fakes is what onr adver
tising columns represent. Tbe Bom
l'.abya "Cry for Caatoria" bat their
papas cry for Oliver Plows they most
Smoke the "Artie," tbe best lie
cigar of the year. Kruse & Shambrook,
New slock of ladies aod miasea' fine
shoes, all the latest styles, just received
at Parrott Bros.
GeoU you will find some sxtra good
bargains in overehirta. at the Novelty
Store closing out sale.
A large and fine assortment of chil
dren's shoes just received at Parrot!
Bros. Call and see them.
Call at the Boss Store and price their
goods, and yoo will be surprised to find
iiera at such low figures.
Money to loan on city and country
property. D. 8. K. Bcica,
Marvtere' Building, Roeebarg, Or.
What everyone nays most be true.
The choicest of teas and coffees in town
at Mrs. H. Earn ox's.
Ladies jackets must be closed oot at
once, in order to di this we will oner
them at losa than coet. Novelty Store.
Our shelves are getting empty, still we
have a line of dress goods tbat it will
pay you to price at the Novelty Stots)
closing oat sale.
Ilmeehold jyj. Bridge & Beach
stoves, Wbitt sawing machines. Chur
chill A Woolley ss'i lhm. Why not
bjy useful X nas preiiti this yer.
Tbe finest and best (elected lin of
holiday goU evi r; brought to ibia coast
from New Yo:k city, will be shown in
season vv atch lor tnem at the rioveiiy
Tbe W. C. T. U. will hold ita regular
meetings on tbe second and foartn
Monday of every month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Epworth League room of the M.
Tbe Central hotel nu Ijr the manage
ment of G. W. Peitir, lease and mana
ger, is last gaming in lavor with tbo
traveling public, aud ia a good place to
slop. Try it. Keasonable prices.
To all whom i' mav concern: Notice
is hereby given, that I will not be rv-
iponsible for any obligations or debts
contracted by sen, Nathaniel Carry.
Mttd. I. J. Clhv.
Roaeburg, Nov. 30, 1SU8.
Dr. W, S. Hamilton ia tbe Secretary ol
the Board of U S. Examining Surgeons
for Pensions at Roaeburg, and all com
munications should be addressed to him.
W. S. Hamilton. Secretary,
K. L. Miller, President,
E. Du Gas, Treasurer.
By the Board.
$100 Reward, $100.
The reader of this paper will be pleas
ed to learn that there is at least ono
dreaded disease tbat scleuce baa been
able to euro in all its stages, aod thai la
Catarrh. Hill's Catarrh Cur is tbo
only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Catairh being a conatltu
lioual duoae, rtqu'res a coustitutl ilia
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure ia t..k a
internally, actio directly oi tbe olood
and mucous aurfaceu ut the system,
thereby destroying the fonudati m of tbe
diffuse, and giving the pa'ieul strength
hy building up tbo c inelitutiou aod as
sietitg nature io doing ita wots. Tbe
proprietors have po much faith to Ita
cur.itive powera. that they t ff-r One
Hun irrd Poilara fur any cire that it
faiNiocuie. Send for liat of lertimoo
Address, I-'. J. CutMtv & Co., Toledo,
Sold by Druugists, 7c.
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