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KOSKHURG OR1SGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1899.
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yy ii. Willis.
Attorney and CouiiHclor at Law,
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aa la Maratara llalMliiii. UuuUa euuaty, Or.
k ' DENTIST,
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RA U. RIDDLE,
AtUHiicy ut Law,
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Hwima I an. I
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Attorney at Law,
Boom. I J. H. Maraur. JII.U , KO.iBHUUO, OH.
y-nuliitaia Ik-Ion- tba V. H. t.aiul OOlco auJ
iuuiTuI caava a Hclally.
ljite Rocoivw U. ri. I .a ml OUvu.
Northern I'aclllc KallroaJ Company.
Aio milling UtltotH to hII points KuhI at
hall tlio regtilsr ralim.
). S. K. llru if,
IahbI Agent No. Mamtera tmiMin.
YRA BROWN, M. D.
OKK1CK, WJ JnckMili Hlrwt, al n -liK'Uccul
Mra. J. Illrcr.
KO-SKIU Kii, OIC
J L. MILLER. M. D.,
Surgeon and Ilomoeopathio
aVOhrtmla dlaaaaaa a apaelaltr.
A. ltt'CHANAN, Notniy 1'iiMir,
Collections a Specialty.
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EI AEQtf ASTERS rOK TBAVELIN8 HEN.
Fro'Butoaua rromTruiua, flOnSCwatf.
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Littlo Murjoi io Thi'io ro lots of lit
tla Marjoiios iiowikIhj-h, but nuiio otlmr
at nil like this out'. Hho inorigiiml in liur
prnyers, hh lu ovorythin t'lxo. Tlio
other night fho Hulnliml off hor putition
thun , ,
"And, O Lord, muko ull tlio wkkt'd
peoplo good ami wwh 'l t'io niKgcri
white I" Now York Tt itnir.o.
. ThonurollliiKof uiiKio'iitinu inumtuy
aoppoHfid to bo tlmt of u prinoi'SH, ilih
closed a eurioiiM ttlmut. Tho priuKtu who
did the tiuiliulinliih' l'l'iiluilily Hpoilt'il or
' J'iIhIhIiI tho hndy luti uutuil to tiiom ami
for H miUtitutti'l tlmt of uu onliuary
New Store !
A I ULI. STOCK OP
. Staple and Fancy
Country Produce (ought and 5old
JA I.Ok A WILSON BLOCK
and More Coming
Call and Examine our Mammoth stock.
The People's Store
I. ABRAHAM, PropV.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Capes, Jackets,
and a tine lineofJMillinery Goods.
Cvery tiling Xew, purchased for Cash direct from Kastcrn
manufacturers, especially for the l'all Trade.
Call and exaimine (Joods and Prices.
Pure Fresh Drugs
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
And With Dispatch.
A Full Line of Patent Hedicines and
Great ss2.s Fu r n itu re
$75 Ued Koum
A Fine Line of Chairs, formerly $1.50, now 1.00.
Now is the time to get Uig Values.
Call, examine and be convinced.
Alexander & Strong.
NKW GOODS I
Suit for $35
Alleged I'hilfppine President Re
plies to President Mckinley.
AMIKICANS CLOSIIION GUARD.
Trouble Over an Anonymous IVocla-
matlon-A Heal I'cnnant I'roJuten
A lloiitllc Sijiiijl.
M.imm, Jrtn. 21 I'n tiilent l,;.( ,o(
tho Vig.iyan i'.lcr;itiori, hit rallied to
rri-ndciit Mi'Kinley'a' p roe) i mat ion of
tlioy.lj. llerU'iri! that lli-icvolijlion-
ary L'ovrn.mcnt afitvJjt-.a tlio l'aiis
treaty hy over two yeara. lie oty l.e
Im iifrViT liien ollli'i!ly tintifii'd of li e
exlnii ! i' of tlio tren'v, and lint there-
foro ! i; to recotffii.o Aineriran
B'HIiof i'v, Biol ri'fiiHcn to a;!-; Ari.erN
( 'i-t i ilipcint.ark in Pir.e, without ex
prcfS onti-rn from ihe tcviri,rnetit at
Malt I if. (iencral .Miller, tlio toinmand-
er of lha Auierimn exM'diliOn, rcpliis'l
that llie Aoitriiaoa r.l: ti!jC re iui,1.k
I'miiliMit L(.pv.'B uiithoi ily, 1 1 c .i,n! the
flliiim ri'imhliv i) int ruiro ni.e 1 l,y
the pjtr. Ho aleo i'Xin-fn'il n-rtt at
the determination of tho Fi'i i;,o'i to re-
eUl ju t oliiiinf.
Tin! l'oili-.l S j ii h uoiiiii.it ivtrel aij.J
the hpariinli giinhni HI Cauo ute near
Ilo llo. Tho natives at the fort 4 in if took
t liu foiled Sluti a rriiifu-r i'n iiuhkc'b
meal cniiii t fijr a i li:ii;i ii'e, ai. l ,oj-t-
ed u i i'd rax i.ti tho k-ri llirii o l ! , !,).
erinx it M.ii'i: tiiiruiuiy wiv, i!, i;,lu-
uiore'a enriaiil. Tlio I'nilml .Valta
trauHioi t In. luii i lurt i,uiiti to I iij I o
Hlh iliKj.at l,ci .j liei erul !;:., and
wi i-ii ..iit-a i ii iii ex;K'illioil. 1 lie i
I I:..- I - . I , : ...
British hi coi,d-(.l;iHn cruiiir Hoiuven
lura, ami tho tu rni.iu m- ond elans
criiirrr Ireno Imvu rcur,.ol hurt'.
Iloth Iho l'o ll.j hutik4 l.:ivoci)l lh-.-'r
treasure here. The American and l'i!t-
pino cotiiminMonrra art r. purte I have
conferreJ at the ii!i itio CoihrSah un
latitfaetory resnlm. Tho natives alleke
that Ihny uiuit Imvo illic-ial itc ..u it ion
heforu dipfinniiih' the ijuei-.tmri ol a pro
tectorate. Auother eonfert nee in be
lieved to hao lien arijiid f rtomor-
ro nisht, hut the ul!!ui.ila hero decline
t.i confirm or denv this s alt mciit.
Coattiiit Htea.iit-ra nl.ieli I.vb arrived
ure report ihui the r.a ivni ure lorlify-
iiU Kalbayot; nnJ the ii-l.nd of Samar,
rt'fnaioi; to alluw Amcrit-ans to land
there. Tho pirripcii ci'iiebta of VMQ
wen, armed ith epeari nod holip.
They have oi ly tix rillei'.
)inj lo pereiHlent iii:m.rH ..f u r.rn-
tempUleil altack U un M.itnl.i on .Satur
day und Sunday, tho American troops
were cou lined lo t heir j urter.-i, til the
guards wtrc itoulded, and, as a matter of
precaution, foreign lings ero displayed
on tho bueineMa und private houres
everywhere, ad on the day ut the entry
ol the Americana into Una city. The
Ksuolhi, tho uail illy busy thoroughfare,
was deeeited on S.ittirdny niht. A
score tl uroiinillcss nlmnit rumors are
still aboard, but confidence is being re
stored. Very Near a Conflict.
Manila, Jau. IK, via Hung Kong .Ian.
21. The Americans and Filipinos were
probably nearer a cotulict this afternoon
lh.lu at any timo si nee tho occupation
Fortunately tho matter wad amicably
settled. A Filipino lieutenant, imagin
ing that bis mou lul boon in suited by
some Auiericau troop?, marched a cjiu
pany of 4d armed natives (o tho lino of
(ho Americans, and tho sentries, four in
number, back of the Motitan.i regiment
in obedience to ordora, were compelled
to retire to tho outpost in order to avoid
trouble. As tho Filipinos disobeyed the
command to halt, deployed iu the cane
brake, and usjuuied a doteriuiuod.
threateuiug attit'ude, Lieutenant Jaueeu,
who was in command of llu pjst, tele
graphed to brigade headquarter, and
tieneral Olhi personally inveatiate.l the
matter. The Filipino captuiu wi.e buui
tuouod, and he was also found to Lu ex
cited. As a lesnlt of tho conference, he
admitted that the Filipiuo lieutenant
had exceeded hi authority, His men
were drawn up in fiuo, saluted, cour
lecies were exchauctd, and the Filipinos
retired. Tlio incident is significant, aa
it shows the tendency of tho Filipinos to
disregard pickets, knowing that tho
Americans are not willing lu couuneiice
hostilities; and it ulso demonstrates the
danger of iireponeiMo junior ollicera of
Ihe Filipiuo army ptedpitttting trouble
at any moment.
Another proclamation pin parting to be
issued by an American, and eigued "V.
T.," appeared on Friday, ami appealed
in broken Kulish to brother-A lucrieuua
and comrades t lot tho Filipinos ulouo,
aud that, "if their olliccis compelled
them to tire to please lire lu tho uir."
A Disturbing Document.
Tho proclamation also appealed to
American to disregard Filipinos "who
preteud to favor annexation." und al
legod "that the Americans ambition to
hold the islands is formed by a few of
ficers who iiie making money thorohv,"
Tho piochkiiiulion concluded Willi
l Mp'if..iii the Monro doct-ioi In the
won! Thilippines lor Ihe Kilipluo."
a fintlvx iluritirtt here name I Arerolo
Iran been arroifil. He denlea the auth
omhip of dm ilwurnent, but aim its con
m-iliou aith it. Other arrcKla are pro
hal.le. lie has liff-n ti impriaoit,!
i y tlio ."imnlards lor treason. Ha was
formerly an aid of Airainal.lo, anil his
arrest eamod oonstruallon among the
The iiativtt paiier Indepenlencia.
which is now published at Malolo. wss
iinusunlly vuidiolive loilaf. Coinaient
inKUpontheiilua ion.il aava:
"The Americans are trying all the time
to excite Ihe 1-iiipinoe to commence hos
tilities, lu the meantime tricking the na
tives for the purposo ol gaining time ne
cessary for bringing out reinforcement!."
The psjnr adds: "The proclamation
which was suppressed, and (or which
Arevolo wss arrested, spiar to lift the
nail on the head. The Filipinos need
fear nothing. The American soldiera are
iMwpietely demoralized. They are un
willing to fight a free people who are
oniy demanding their rights."
I he idea of possible deception is prob
acy more general titan Ihe authorities
t. now. A Filipino officer said to the cor
ripondent that it was ridiculous for He
Americans to think that the Filipinos
lelievu Ihey are bringing more troop
and warships here to establish a protect
orate over a ountry for which $20,000,
0J0 has been paid. The Msloioe paper
.uethe gorernment is inflexible, aLd
Auuinaldo'e deieruiiued altitude eeeme
to have temporarily weilded all factions
Uy Hook or by Crook.
iy "iiook or by crook" meant -'foully,
I ku a thief or holily, like a bishop," Ihe
ii ioit Oeiui; used hy foot pads, and ihe
crook 'icing the birhop'e eroaier. Then
t j i.iin one'd euds by hook or l.y crook,
lii.ai.H to gain them either by lair r
l.v foul means
Gold Yield in 1898.
.1 oh 11 .1. Valentine, president ( Well',
l-'argo & Co.' Express, baa i-sued the
iiHual annail statement on the produc
tion of precious metals in the state and
tcnitorikis west ol Ilia Missouri river,
including iirilieb Columbia and North
west Territory, for the year 18S. The
aggregate valuations are shown as fol
iald, 78,4tit1U'02; silver, 3'J,01C.5b5 ;
copper, 10,200,618 ; lead, 13,344.251;
t ital gross result, 177,022,oi0.
The "commercial" values at which
the several metals named bave been es
timated are :
silver, 53 cents per o.ince; copper, 12
cents ier pound, and lead, f3.05 per cwt.
Classified, the production ol gold dust
aud bullion in tbe several states and ter
ritories, based on shipment) handled by
the express campany and other convey
ances, is shown as follows:
Oregon ... 2,172,309
Ftah 2, i63,282
New Mexico 304,866
Arizona .. 3,167,625
Dakota .... 0,575,220
British Columbia and North
west Territiry 11,975,000
San Fkascisco, Jan. 23. Attorneys
for Mrs. Cordelia Hjtkio appeared ba
fore Judge Cook today, and asked for a
continuance on the ground that Botkiu
has beeu couyicted ol crime iu a state
which lacksd jurisdiction in the mat
ter. No Sleep (or Him.
Au Arkansas farmer, who was a dele
hate at a recent convention in Liule
Kock was greeted by a fellow-fanner and
delegate the uioruiug after his arrival,
and asked how be felt.
"Mighty iioorly," was the reply;
"didn't sleep a wink the wboln night
"Why, what was the matter?" asked
"There was a goldarued light ehiuing
right in my eyes all the night long."
"Why didn't you get up and blow it
"Blow it out?" was the reply. "How
could I blow it out when the blaiuod
thing was shut up iu a bottle?"
Lincoln County's Proud Distinction.
The most intelligent people iu Oregon
inhabit Lincoln county, It is believed
that not one of them can be truthfully
charged with having written an alleged
poem on "the Oregon Grape." Ysuuiua
He kissed her rather suddenly,
Aud though surprised was (he,
She only blushed a little bit,
And 8aid,"Tha'8 one on me."
THE NICARAGUA CANAL
The Amended Morgan Bill Passed
the Senate Yesterday.
ONLY SIX VOTtS IN OPPOSITION
An Important Amendment by Spooner
Adopted -The Maritime Com
W AsiiisuroN, Jan. 21. At the con
clusion of the morning business the Nic
aragua canal bill was laid before the
senate, the pending queMion being upon
tbe amendment ol Hpooocr of Wiscon
sin. Tho amendment was accepted by
Morgan, and was agreed to by the ten-
ate. It follows:
"That if the president (ball be unable
lo secure from the governments of Nic
aragua and Costa Kicasucb concessions
as will enable tbe United Slates to
build and perpetually own and control
sail canal, the president is authorized to
negotiate for a control of or a right to
construct, maintain and perpetually con
trol some other canal connecting the At
lantic and Pacific oceans, aud tbe presi
dent is required to negotiate (or the ab
rogation or modification of any and all
treaty obligations, if such exisr, as shall
in any way interfere with Ihe construc
tion, ownership and perpetual control of
any sacb canal ; provided that no pay
ments shall be wade under the provis
ions of this ac: to or for the benefit of
the stockholders of Ihe Maritime Canal
Company, or for any of i'a property,
unless the president shall decide lo keep
the canal under the coneessiorn granted
to said conjpiny."
After some further brief addreeres on
points involved tbe bill was passed with
out a rollcall.
Among Ibe brief talks mado ju it be
fore tbe vote was a brief explanation by
Tillman of bis course yesterday. He
said he.had undertaken to delay the
proceedings ol tbe senate because ho
bad been denied bis rights ass senator
and to vindicate bis position at such.
He was not only sorry for what he bad
done, in view ol the adoption of the
Spooner amendment ; he would offer no
further objection il tbe senate would
consent to his having published as a
part of bis remarks all the bills and
amendments on the Nicaragua canal
subject since 1391, as be thought those
would show that the scheme was a tpec
nlaliyoone. The condition was sgred
I'ettigrew also made a brief statement,
sayiog that while be was unalterably op
posed to tbe bill, he would not attempt
to delay its passage. At the close ol
Pettigrew's remarks the termination of
the long contest was suddenly reached.
There appearing 10 be no more speeches
to be made, the chair asked for further
There were none, an J the bill passed
to its third reading, then passing with
out opposition on the part of any one
and without rollcall.
A general sigh of relief was beard
over the chamber, and the regular busi
ness was then proceeded with.
Wolcott called up the house anti
scalping bill. Chilton objected to the
consideration of Ihe bouse bill, where
upon Wolcott moved to take up the
auti-scalpiog bill, which bad already
beeu reported from the committee.
At this juncture Vest entered the
chamber, saying he had been absent
wheu the vole was takeu on the Nicara
gua canal bill, and bethought so im
portant a measure should not be passed
without the ayes and noes. Thereupon
Morgan moved a rtconsideration, and
aye aud no vote was taken. It resulted
in tbe passage ol the bill, 48 to 6.
The votes against tbe bill were cast by
Baie, Catlery, Cockrell, Martiu aud
To Catch a Tartar.
Tbe common expression, "To catch a
Tartar," means to be outdone. An Irish
soldier in a battle against the the Turks
shouted to bis commanding officer that
he bad caught a Tartar. ' Bring him
along then," said the general., "But
be won't come," said Pat. "Then come
along yourself." "Arrab, an' I would,
but he wou't lot me," said Paddy.
Lndol the Great Rabbit Drive in
LaKtvitw, tie., Jan. 20. The annual
rabbit drive lu the sagebrush country at
the bead ol (loose lake, 10 miles from
this city, ended recently, and is con
sidered the greatest drive iu the history
of the state. The snow was of just suf
ficient depth (or such an event, aud the
run was greatly euj yed by the partici
pants The pens were located on Cot
tonwood creek, and the wings of wire
netting extended for half a mile on
either side. Oue huudred and fifty
peoplo participated iu the drive, and the
territory covered was a mil.) square,
Tho t'lllelal count of the killing was 2311,
and it is estimated that over 000 more
ratibitH went killed iminido tho pnu while
attempting ti rarape. This Is consider
d ihe largest drive ai d s'aughter aver
made in HrvKon. When the rabbits
were cloned in upon ai.d found no
ma o( ercape, thi-y pi!id upon one
another to such an extent that th under
ones went crm lied lo death. Three
animals are such a source of annoyance
to the farni-r who attempts gardening
that they are looked npon as "varuiluts"
and are killed with almost as much
j pleasure as a coyote. Annual drivrs r
ma le In Lake county to rid the region of
the pest. Orrgoniun.
Kced Wouldn't Ut Shaftcr In.
MajoMientral Hhafter appeared In
Statuary hall today, soon alter ihe ten
sion of the hours began, tieneral
Wheeler, hearing ol Shutter's arrival,
harried out and joined him.
"Come on, general," aaid the impul
sive Wheeler, leading the way to tbe
floor of the houre. Then tho question
arose a to the right r f Mufter to the
"I'll settle that." said Wberter, and
be rushed back to Ihe bouse and appeal
ed personally to rpeaker Kced. The
speaker reached for the rules of tbe
bon.'e and turned ti the rigid provision
keeping every one out except the few
"But this is Shatter," sai l Wheeler.
The speaker pointed out that the rule
"Tnen let the house of representative!
tike a recce?," raid tho general, "while
members meet t ieneral Shatter."
Speaker Iteed assumed a now dignity.
"General Wheeler," said be, "Ihe
house of representatives of the United
Sutes i bigger than any major-general."
So Sba'ti r didu't get iu.
Will No Doubt.Be Kept Out of Con
WauiNuros, Jo. 23 In the bouse
to lay Cuncrepsman Clark of Iowa, in
troduced a bill providing that no person
living in or j ractietn polygamy shall be
eligible lo be a men. Ik r of eithtr bouse
of confrere, nor shall such person be
permitted to bold a seat therein. It is
provided lb.t the evidence uf polygamy
shall be uf whatever nature that eBlab-
lii-hes the fact.
Those Who Endure
Tbe pains of rheumatism should be re
minded that a cure for this disease may
be found in Hood's Sarsaparilla. The
txperieuce of those who bare taken
Hood's Kareaparilla for rheumatism, and
havo beer, loaipletily and permanently
cured, prove the power of this medi
cine lo rout and conquer this disease.
I loci's Sarparilla is the One True
Bioud Puritier aud it neutralizes tbe acid
which causes the aches and pains of
ill umatisui. Tiiieiswhy it absolutely
cures when liniments and other out
ward applications fail to give rmauent
relief. Bs Mure t.i g t Hood's.
Is tie name of the only perfect train
in tho world, now runniDg every night
between St. Paul -tnd Chicago, via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
the pioneer road of the west in adopt
ing all improved facilities (or the safety
and enjoyment of pasfengers. An illus
trated pamphlet, showing views of beau
tiful scenery along the route of the Pio
neer Limited, will be sent free to any
person upon receipt of two-cent postage
stamp. AddressGeo.il. Ileafford, Geo
eral Passenger Ageut, Chicago, III.
The Mother's Pay Day.
What pay doe a bard workinir mother of
a family receive for tier labor at the end of a
week .' I tie nusnana may
bring home his regular
wages. Some of the child.
ren may De 01a
enough to earn
theirs. But the
mother, what is
her pay for hr
days of toil and
often nig-hta of
she is either
paid in love or
she isn't paid
of mothers are
fied with the
simple recompense of loving: appreciation.
If any mother doesn't receive that much,
it's an awful pity.
It's a sad thing when the mother comes
down sick with overwork or won-y, or he
cause some little weakness or disease has
been neglected until it Rfls to he alarming
It should never be allowed to get to this
point. She ought to be looked after right
away. She needs the help of common sense
medical treatment. Of course no one medi
cine will cure everything. A medicine must
be specially adapted to iu particular purpose.
If the digestive organs or the liver arc nut
of order Dr. Pierce's Oolden Medical Dis
covery is a perfect and scientific remedy.
His "Favorite Prescription" Is specially
devised for weaknesses and diseases of the
womanly organs; and it is the most potent
remedy for these troubles which bas ever
Where both these conditions exist these
two medicines taken alternately constitute
a thoroughly scientific course of treatment,
which has been marvelnusly successful with
thousands of dyspeptic, debilitated and
"I tuke great pleasure in recommending; Dr.
Pierce's Favorite prescription, 'Col. ten Medical
IMhcovery' au.l Pellet,' ' writes Mrs. led Law
reuee, South Hero, Grand lle Co.. Vt. " My
trouble wai female wcaknei-a, kidney dtae,'
neuralgia, clianae of lile ami had flowhir sjiella.
I took eight luiltlea of lr. I'itue'a favorite Frt.
acriptiou, seven bottle of ' C.ol.ltn Medical lla
covery, and siven small vials of ' Pellet. ' 1 n
doctors did not help me any. I could uut sleep
night nor dav. I ulli-red everything liefore I
began to lake Dr. Pierce's medicine. When I
begun to Use lliem I weighed loo u la. Now I
weigh Ml vol'"'1. I u uow d 'U my wmi,'1