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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1906)
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TWO BRIDGES GONE
Disastrous Floods In Willamette
OFF FOR THE ISTHMUS;
RESULT OF CONTINUOUS RAINS
Main Line of Southern Pacific Block
aded Santlam and Clackamas
Portland. Nov. 8. Floods In tho
Santlam and Mollala rivers, caused by
the recent rains, have washed away
two Southern Pacific bridges and ren
dered another unsafe. The main lino
of tho Southern Pacific Is effectually
blockaded, perhaps for weeks. Tho
bridge across the Santlam at Jeffer
son was carried away last nlgut, biocK
ing the main line. The South Santlam
bridge on the Woodburn-Natron
branch was washed out yesterday. Tho
Mollala bridge is so shaky that it will
not permit tho passage of trains. The
bridge of the O. W. P. across tho
Clackamas near Oregon City is unsafe,
Other damage has been caused and at
a late hour last night the streams con
tinued to rise.
Passenger trains to California and
the Upper Willamette valley are being
Touted over the West Side division of
the Southern Pacific to Corvallis and
over the Corvallis & Eastern tracks
to Albany, beyond which place tho
Southern Pacific's line is reported
clear. Freight is refused at Portland
for points north of Albany on tho East
Side. Local passengers and frelgh
service will be maintained between
the wrecked bridges.
Th6 Overland leaving Portland yes
terday morning had a narrow escape
from a disastrous wreck. A scant
half hour after the train crossed tho
bridge 100 feet of the falsework sup
porting the structure was swept away,
The river continued to rise.rapldly and
late last night the remaining false
work went out, allowing the 205-foot
steel span of the new bridge In process
of erection to fall Into the raging river.
The Santlam bridge has been under
going reconstruction for some time
and falsework had been built to sup
port the weight of trains while the old
wooden structure was being replaced
with a new steel bridge. Had the new
bridge been In or the old one left In
tact no damage would probably have
occurred. The Overland train, due In
Portland last night, was diverted from
the main line at Albany and this ar
rangement will be continued until t
damage is repaired. Passenger trains
will be operated locally between Port
land and Jefferson.
A wrecking crew was put to work at
the bridge yesterday and an attempt
made to save It from going out, but
tne banuam, swollen by the heavy
rains of the past few days, continued
to rise rapidly. At a lato hour last
night It was reported as rising sis
inches an houT.
The flood also disabled the Southern
Pacific bridge on the Woodburn- Nat
ron Ime, and caused heavy damage to
sawmill men by the breaking of
booms. Quantities of cord wood be
longing to the Lebanon paper mills
were also washed away. Reports from
jenerson indicate tnat mucn more
damage will be done before the flood
THE NEXT CONGRESS.
Chicago, Nov. 8. Returns received
up to 1 o'clock this morning show that
tne Republicans have elected 223 Con
gressmen and the Democrats 163, as
Idaho , l
New Hampshire 2
New Jersey 6
New York 25
North Dakota 2
Rhode Island 1
South Dakota 2
West Virginia , 5
President Roosevelt and Party
bark on Yacht Mayflower.
Washington, Nov. 9. "Goodbye I
am going down to see how tho ditch
Is getting along," shouted President
Roosevelt, who stood on tbo after
starboard deck of tho yacht May
flower at tho Washington nnvy yard,
as tho vessel was leaving tho dock for
his Panama trip.
Accompanying tho President were
Mrs. Roosevelt and her maid; Surgeon-General
Rlxoy, of tho Navy, and
M. C. Latta, one of the assistant secre
taries at tho Whlto Houso. Tho May
flower will tako tho party to Wolf
Trap Light, at tho mouth of tho Rappa
hannock river In Chosapeako Bay,
where a transfer will bo .mado to tho
battleship Louisiana, which Is to con
vey the President to and from tho
Tho Louisiana will bo convoyed to
and from tho Isthmus by tho armored
cruisers Tennessee and Washington.
Aboard tho Louisiana Lieutenant
Frank Evans, who will utilize tho
wireless telegraph apparatus, with
which tho ship Is equipped, for com
municating with the Whlto Houso at
Washington whenever tho President
The President will spend four days
on the Isthmus. Ho will arrive at
Colon Thursday, November 15, where
ho is to be greeted aboard ship by
President Amador, of Panama, and
Mrs. Amador, Chairman Shonts and
other officials of the Canal Commis
sion. A considerable part of that day
will be spent at La Boca and Ancon,
the train making a slow run across tho
isthmus In order to give an opportun
ity to see the sights and mako an ex
amination of the work. At La Boca
there is to be an Inspection of tho
present terminals of tho old French
canal and the Panama railroad, follow
ing which there will be a trip to near
by islands, where the President Is to
be shown the proposed actual Pacific
end of the canal in deep water and Its
approaches. In the afternoon there is
to be a sightseeing trip around Ancon
MORE FOREST RESERVE.
OREGON . STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
PLANS NEW INSTITUTION.
Saved From Ocean's Maw.
New York, Nov, 8. Rescued when
they were about ready to drop Jnto
the ocean from the deckhouse, six
men, tho crew of the Nova Scotia
harkentlne White Wings, and her cap
tain were brought to this port today
by the German tank steamship Mann
heim, which arrived from Shlolds. The
captain la M. J. McLcod, and the mato
Alexander Luscombe. With bulwarks
just awash and her cargo of 200,000
feet of lumber covering tho ocean, tho
barkentlno was discovered drifting.
Proclamation Signed By President for
New Area of 7,406,556 Acres.
Washington, Nov. 9. President
Roosevelt, before leaving for Panama
signed a proclamation creating four
new forest reserves In Idaho, and en
larging two others, adding to the re
serve area of the state 7,406,556 acres
He created every reserve recommend
ed by the Forest Service, including
the Shoshone reserve In Northern
Idaho, which was so vigorously fought
by Senator Heyburn. Creation of
these reserves exemplifies the admin
istration's disregard of Heyburn's pro
test and leaves Heyburn nothing more
to fight for.
Great Coeur d'Alene Reserve.
The Shoshone reserve Is created In
conjunction with the Coeur d'Aleno
reserve, adjoining It on the north, and
two others to be known as the Coeur
d'Alene reserve. Their aggregate area
Is 2,250,000 acres. They Ho in Sho
shone and Kootenai counties, extend
ing northward to- the middle of Lake
In creating these various reserves
it is stated that all their natural re
sources will be available for use and
development, but they will be admin
istered by the Forest Service, placed
under the protective system and tim
ber cutting will be restricted to ma
ture timber. The Coeur d'Alene re
serve Is the largest of the lot.
Lemhi and Kootenai.
The Lemhi reserve, next In size, em
braces 1,346,460 acres In Lemhi and
Custer counties. This reserve con
sists of three narrow strips of land
running northwest and southeast ad
orning the Montana boundary. In
numerable streams that empty Into tho
Lemhi river head In this territory.
In extreme Northeastern Idaho, on
the British Columbia and Montana
lines, 165,240 acres have been re
served, forming but a small segment
of the larger Kootenai reserve in
Montana. Like the Lemhi this re
serve lies on the west slope of the
Great Tract on Salmon River.
The Salmon River reserve In Lemhi
and Custer counties embraces 2,201,
120 acres. It comprises a solid block
of mountainous country lying between
the Salmon River and the middle fork
of the Salmon river.
In Cassia and Oneida counties 291.-
976 acres have been set apart as the
Raft River reserve, embracing many
tributaries or Raft River and Deep
Numerous additions are made to tho
Sawtooth reserve, their aggregate area
being 1,371,760 acres. These addl
tions are made at various points along
tne present boundary.
State Secures Data on Building
Home for Foeblo-'Mindod,
Snlcm For tho first timo In the. his
tory of Oregon, this state has gone
about tho establishment of a public In
stitution in a busincssliko way. In
nlnnnlnrr fnr the fntnblt9hniont of a
home for tbo fooblo-mlnded, tho Board
of Public Building Commissioners ar
ranged to sond Suporlntcndont G. W.
Jones, of tho State Blind School, on a
tour of Eastern States for tho purposo
of gathorlng data which will onablo
this state to avoid tho errors for which
othor states havo paid by doar oxporl
onco. When othor stato institutions
wore established, tho locations wcro so
loctod and the buildings constructed
with littlo anticipation of futuro nooils.
In tho case of tho homo for tho feoblo
minded it will bo different. Tho Board
is looking particularly to tho roquiro
nionts of such an institution 25 or 50
years or moro nonco.
Superintendent Jones filed his report
yesterday a voluminous documont ac
companied by statistics rroni institu
tions visited by hint. Most valuablo of
nil is tho Information ho gained by per
sonal conversation with tho mnnngors
of similar institutions in tho Enitorn
Superintendent Jones concludes bis
report as follows: "Oregon cannot uo
lay this important work much longor
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wunoui laying us nauio iu ma cniiiuu
of ncaloctlng ono of tho most importnnt
duties which our civilization hat lni
posed upon us as a people. Oregon must
not bo tho last Northern Stato to mako
provision for this class, and it is to bo
hoped that tho wiso plans of tho last
Legislature will bo carried into enect
by tho coming session."
STEAMERS FOR KLAMATH LAKE,
One Bolng Built at Klamath Falls and
Ono at Portland.
Klamath Falls Navigation as a por
manont means of transportation of tho
Klamath Basin is to bo moro offectu
ally established by tho founding of a
now steamer routo betweon Klamath
Falls and Fort Klamath. Thoro is now
being built at tho local boatyards
now steamboat that will bo operated
regularly between this place and Fort
Klamath, making tho trip in about four
hours m each direction. This lino will
bo especially devoted to tbo cultivation
of closer trado relations betweon tho
people of tho country lying north of
Uppor Klamath Lako and to caring for
tbo tourist travel of tho summer soason
for Crater Lako and other points of in'
torest in that direction.
Work is progressing very satisfacto
rily deepening the Klamath River at a
point just below Lako Ewauna, whoro a
rocf about 30 feet in width has been a
barrier to navigation at tbo low stage
or the stream. This reof is being re
moved by tho efforts of tho Klamath
Lako .navigation Company, which is
Having a second steamer built to ply
the river and Lower Klamath Lake,
Hearst Curries Most Cities, lut Total
. Is Against Him.
J Now York, Nov. 7. According to
roturnn rocclvod up to an oitrly hour
OPENING RIVER TO CORVALLIS. tlita morning, Chnrlos 13, Hughes, Ro
. I publican candidate for Governor, linn
Navigation May Soon Bo Oarrlod on botm olecfod by 50,000 or moro plural
Noarly All tho Yoar.
Corvallis Improvomont of tho uppor
Willnmotto was dlscussod hero touay
Ity. Outsldo of Groatcr Now York,
with 1C0 election districts missing, Mr.
Hughon has a plurality of about 124,-
n rmim. onuinoor In charge, 000. In Greater Now York with 69
of tho Wiilnmctto oxpondlturcs, and.oloctlon district missing, W. R.
members of tho Citizens' League. Tho Hearst, tho Democratic and Intlopcnd
snneboat Mathloma hns been working onco Loaguo candidate, has a plurality
on tho upper river for two wooks bhu ui i,v-. ... ..v..., ,vu mi wv
u rontlnuo In tho vicinity of Cor- boroughs of tho greater city, dcsplto
vnllis throughout tho coming wook.
Tho famous cut-off, whoro tho Wll
lninetto bss broken through a Mr ota.
nel and reduced a aft-mllo strotcl to
less than a mllo by loavlng a circuitous
uu,si bis m
AIM WAS TO
tho fact that tho early returns soomod
to Judicata that ho had lost Brooklyn.
No definite figures arc yot available
na to tho results with regard to tho
Spray May Have Caused Death.
Hood River James H. McQinnis, a
nativo or UnUrio, (Jan., who has been
staying with his brother, D. L. McQin
nis, an employo of tho Monomineo Lum
ber Mill, died very suddenly Tuesday
from what is now thought to havo bcon
poison. At tho timo of his suddon ill
ness ho was attendod by a physician,
who could not diagnoso his caso, but
left a prescription which, it is said.
failed to help him, and ho died in a
Since his death it has been discov
ered that McGinnis, who had only bcon
here a short timo, had boon in tho habit
of eating a good many apples and that
thoy wore covered with spray, which
ho did not wipe off. The spray is poi
sonous and symptoms with which he
was attacked, such as vomiting and se
vere pains in tbo abdomen, now lead his
friends to think that ho died from its
Hncs botwcVJ rl
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to bo dono tu on or uiroouui... T, ndlcntlonu aro that tho Stato termini " .." .MIWr
n tonic, howovor, or wo ci , .... , ... umuned to
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work has been bo carrlod on. Mr. Og- Tj1Pl judiciary nominators ticket was I Tim Or.- o.
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ponou or mncuTiiT. ,nto lttBt nglll telegrams to all Indo-
guard to boo that tho voto vmV " .",'
. Kansas City to Dem- t. ..
tho onginoering pconlo, aud nro propar
ing to co-oporato luuy.
In Favor of ft Jute Mill.
Pondloton Tho Inland Empire
Wheatgrowors' Association hold a meet
ing at which it was docidod thnt ovory
Now York, Nov. fl. According to in-, n ..
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vuuuiin ill wn. Ann u ..1
nffnrV.i.mil.i bo made to secure at the Charles B. Hughes, tho Republican " "' Wttk
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EuL'cno At a nicotine of tho citizens i Mu in i,n ., nt Dm nnmnnrntln nmi wiioio lorrnory wat of III
of Eugono it was decided to form a cor- independence League tickets outsldo f'vcr nn, oul'1 of Col
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elected. I tho subjects whieh bare Un
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known ns tbo La Orando Improvomont To offset this. Mr. Hearst's plurality qulry.
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BeinhofT and William B. Sargont. Tho tr McCnrren mnclo n blttor flKht liinm nnt unllka tU Nertltn
object is to buy land and build houses. aKalnst Mr. Hearst, tho latter carried ties Company, which mi
tho borotiRti by a small Plurality, proo- throtich tho mtcxpo) loioitK
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canuiuaio. ,11m ttoncrul nowen ol toM
Mr. Hearst hns bcon given a major-1 conferred by law, and not 1
Tho Now York Journal of Commorco
Baid of casenra bark:
A wholesale doalcr in coscara sagra
da of Portland, Or., declarod that not jty of nearly 70,000 In Manhattan and nny immediate spceifie tat
moro than five cars had boon pcelod this the Bronx. Queens county, which in- violation of the statutes.
season and receipts from tho gathorlng eludes Long Island City, haB gono for During the Fish-Harrta
sections woro gonornlly in lots of 200 to Hearst by from 6,000 to 8.000, and 'the control of tho Illinois
500 pounds. There is a fairly steady Richmond. Stnton Island, has also u . t,ini,l ikt i
demand on spot, and somo ton lots aro irivcn tho Democratic candidate a t it, i,nn,l. nt H Oi
wnntcjl for nxnort. Onnlnttnna nr. mi. I nlnmlllw i' . . .. . .i n. .
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taincd at 10Vi12c as to ago, quantity
iMDnDTAMT Beam ntf el e '
tin. tj l t..t. ii , i i mi vii i nn I nukio vr .
ii juiiL j..iurk uunio; ViuUi UIO; I
bluostem. 08c: Valley. COc: red. flic.
Oats No. 1 white $24.50(2)25.00 : Now York Republican Governor
gray, $23.50(ffi24.00. and legislature. Probably no cbango
uanoy jt'oou. 81.00 nor ton: brow- onKrcBHmon.
ing. $22: rolled. $23. 1'cnnsyivnnia ucpubiican uovern-
Jlye $l.351.40 per cwt. pr! no chnngo In CongrcHsmon; Jtopub
Corn Wholo, $25.50: crackod. 620.60 ,lcan LcglBlnturo.
or tn I MnHRfirliiiHiiMH it rniiliilran finvftrn. ' . . . ... . iv. SnnniM
wi. i . " - -. - - .f,i.,.i i jif oriit'r oi mo it'
MillKtuffnBrnn Aii nn. ...... or. state ticket and Lcclslnturo: no . u 'I.' V' i..,., i. Ijw
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shorts, citv. iftlfl.OO! eountrr. i!7.nn nr Colon
ton; chop, U. 8. Mills, sjl&fif; linseed ft'tliouich Indicating favor ItopubHcanflJ
uairy ioou, oiH.uu; acalfa meal. $18.00 'MJi'uuiiciin ieeiBiaiuru.
...I. U onntil eel the CCCU1
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screws unuer iuo iii v
si iAs will Win thftUU
Mm tinw virtr.
In all DlOlsbilltr,
tho combi nation of tbeKoittw
iin.l tho Orent Northern, voteJ,
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isortiiern occuun" ,x r "
Freight Cars By tho Thousand.
Chicago, Nov. 9. Prompted by tho
congestion of traffic and tho car short-
age for this year, the Harrlman lines
are making purchases of freight equip
ment lor 1907 on a grand scale. It
was announced yesterday that they
now havo orders In for ?21,00Q,000
worth of refrigerator, box, flat and
gondola cars, all of which It Is ex
pected will be delivered before the
season of heavy traffic next year. The
total number of freight cars ordered
but not yet delivered is 16,000. Of
these 6,000 are refrigerator cars. These
will be of tho most modern type.
Bobbed Gray's Harbor Company.
Pendleton T. W. Powell, represent
ing the Gray's Ilarbor Lumber Com-
Danr. which was succeeded harn hr ffia
One Fight Would Finish AH. Potlatch Lumber Company, announced
Washington. Nov. 9. That tho 12- that W. J, Bewell, tbo defaulting man-
Inch gun now in use at most of thelaper of the latter company, who was
Const ifnrHflpn.fnria nt thn TTnifnii ' also tho manacor for tho former com.
Ipanr durincr its existence bore, had cm.
gagement of two hours, tho period that Jzzled something like $20,000 of tbo
would elapse from the time the Iead-!Gray " "arbor Company' funds. Tbo
Finances of Clackamas.
Oregon City Tho not Indebtedness
of Clackamas County, according to tho
semi-annual report of Clork Greonman,
just completed, and covering the six
montns enutng ueptember 30 last, Is
$63,335.24. There aro outstanding war
rants to the amount of $63,994.53, upon
which the estimated intorest is $1,800.
In addition there aro outstanding road
warrants aggregating $18,342.79. On
California Republican throughout.
Idaho Governor In doubt. Congress
men and Legislature probably Repu-
Montana Republican Congressmen
and majority of Legislature. 1
Illinois Ronub lean state offices and
Legislature; probably no change In
Hay Valley timothy. No. 1. 410(3)11
per ion; .eastern urcgon timothy, $14i
16.00; clover, $0.50(2)7.00; cheat, $7i
7.60; grain bay, $7.00; alfalfa, $11.6
vetch kay, $77.60.
Domestie Fruits Apples, common to
choice, 25c75c per box: choien to fan.
cy, 75c$1.50; arrnpes. 41.50iffil.fl5 Congressmen
crate; peaches, 76c(ffi41: pears. 7&etb Nebraska Republican Governor
$1.25; cranborries, $99.50 por barrel Rn' no c,ianRO In Congressmen,
quinces, $11.25 ner box: nerirfmmnn Wndsworth, of Now York, and Bah
oc per pound. ' cock, of Wisconsin, dofeatcd for Con
l-Tesh Vegetables Cababge, 1 Kress,
OlViC Ttnilnil oailllrlnwji. II OK -. I
dozon; colory, 7585c por dozen; egg
W I . Al Mt A
i i cienranna unm vieiorv.
hoer0 is aXhT! n r'1,37'32,'' dVzenT Si onsgl' per dot Columbus, 0 Nov. 7.-At 1 o'clock
,h0,iPP it1"8!" .1 I bell peppers. 5c: nUnTini Senator Dick, chairman
.ivviivv umuuunujj vo ipiv,- .-,: - i ...,'. ";,r".i Of thn Rtain nnnnhl ran onmrn ttflO. Ti
uiDU ouunn s. i ti iiii i uiii. in ruiriHwv nr r na f .. . wwuwws uwuv i . i 1 1 . . 1 1 i.
V m-; -Awm the" Norther.
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with tno uw"ri,to,
fliii In nn 1'flciuc. iw wt.
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rtho wreck of the
.i.in Zovinio U .1,1
. VAIT svr
Vuiuuii'i ..1. 0r jinf - ,
nnnrlO(l in S "t,
vos within iz m f . Mi
county for tho period covered in tho ro
port to havo been $24,030.13, and in tho
Hoot VoKotoblos Tur
mlrm 0fipmi Hopubllcnn by not less tbnn 75,000 and
b 7.tl'ir ' 1 1 ! Per sack: carrots, 00orffii nr 0,0ClH " Republican Congressmen,
in tL IZrtiLlTS 'P6,0' I beets, $1 25L50 'per S .rHe id thrco Democrat., with one district In
in the improvement of roads. 10c' f0'X'A doubt" Chairman Garbcr. of tbo
per pound; swwt potatoos, 22yjc per PT,c,ratJ comm,e) refuses
pound. ' "'n Por vorbally to concede tho election of the
ing vessel of a fleet would come with
in range until the last vessel would
pass beyond tho range of the guns, is
the statement of Brleradler-General
William Crozler, Chief of Ordnance,
whoso annual report was .mado public
at the War Department today.
No More Gambling In Panama.
Panama, Nov. 9. Tho National As
sembly today unanimously approved a
bill prohibiting gambling in tho repub
lic It will not be sinned bv President
Amador and gambling on tbo Isthmus
All Under Civil Service.
Washington, Nov. 8. The President
today Biade an order which will bring will become a thine of thn nnnl Doinh
all employes of tho Internal Revenue ling Is already absolutely prohibited
Service under the Civil Service. jin tho canal zone,
total amount of his peculations will
thus amount to moro than $30,000.
Folic Orchardlsts Elated.
Dallas The people of Pork County
aro highly elated by tho suecoss of the
first anplo fair, and a larger and bettor
show is, already bolng plaaaed for next
year. The exhibit of choice fruit has
demonstrated tho fact that tho Willam
ette Valloy can produce apples as fine
as can bo raised in the world, when
painstaking and intelligent effort is put
forth by the farmers in cultivating
their orchards and preparing their fruit
fer the market.
OnionsOrrrnn t....i..i Republican tlckot. tho nearest to tba-
Potatoes BuVlarTrie statement that the Ilepubllcan
Burbanks, faney. 00c: c6mmnB. flnmn7 Plurality would not exceed 25,000.
Buttor City oreamerles: Extra
i:i:"i'F"Jm-.? Goodlno Loses Home County.
butter lflrSi?; amnrmW, store Boise, Nov. 7,-Hcatterlnff returns
EciTnJon rni. r , Indicate that a landslide has ovor
ggsuroiron ranch. fl3iwsni ni. ii. I i . n. . n....n.n
ens lm.fc V. "Vr," "1'"1!"' ibb . iwpuu ...
Eastern 94 ' oruiaary tickot in tho north and central portions
& . of the stato. This (Ada) county has
MrawtrVT v:.- i ' twini, gono against Governor Gooding by a
nLea rfMi Latah counties In the north are
?o.xoic.hkko.D8' Spring, 12(3) claimed by tho Democrats to be
n lafiZ. "' , mV, drMflad Mk. ngaltut Gooding, while Washington
It tu,rky? 1717e; Elmore, Bolso, and other central coun-
;::.Sur"."e"i..no'cA ?2of ties appear to have go
o. I'uuiiu, o(uc uucks, 14 way,
18c; pigeons, $11.50, squabs, $2
r;u T1..1. .... In Callfernla.
diura, $33.25; cows M28ra2M.' WC Noy. 8,rrom mw
ond'BradaeovM 2V V. i i Ji?Z 6r returns received from varioua sec.
2,oof Sill iJm' buTls' ti,60 t,on of t,,e tRt P " ra' a-
Bh'eop-Best 1 L&4 7K. i i R-PWlcn, for Governor, la prob-
5 25 ' L504'7B lanH 15 ably elected by about 10,000 majority,
Hofft BmI AflKniiK. ii u , ,l uemocrat ana union lmwi,
Wfffie RT ' W 8,70 "stwelghtJsMond, and LangdoB, Independence
' Leacue. third.
can bo soon
gone the same
Accused of 7
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