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COTTAGE GROVE. LANE COUNTY. OREGON. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26. 1865.
Cottage Grove Echo-Leader,
W IT H
C A R L IS L E .
A NEW PRESIDENT
U P R IS IN G .
C h a r le s L . C a r te r , O u « o f tlie A n n e x a
t io n is t s , She t t o H e a th .
DiflCUMScd F in a n c e s W is h t h e A p p r o p r i
a tio n C o m m it t e e .
time, and in 1864 commenced the publi
cation at Eugene of the Oregon State
Journal, a newspaper which is recog
nized all over tlie State as one of the
leading frame'rs of public opinion in
The Officers Who W ill Serve the Oregon. Mr. Kincaid was clerk in tlie
United States Senate front 1868 to 1879.
Since 1881 Mr. Kincaid has resided in
State for Four Years.
Eugene and devoted himself to editorial
work. He :s looked upon as a man of
splendid intelligence, sound ideas on all
TH E IR F A C SIM ILE P O R T R A IT S public questions and unblemiehed char
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U.S. Gov’t Report
S an F rancisco , January 21. — The
steamer Alameda arrived from Auck
land and Sydney via Honolulu this after
E d it o r a n d B u s in e s s M a n a g e r
noon, and brought news of a revolution
tts s s s a
and bloodshed at Honolulu. Charles L.
R a t e s o f S u b s c r ip t io n .
Carter, who was one of the annexation
M. BO U R G E O IS TO BE PREM IER
ONE Y E A R .....................................................• 'i OO
Commissioners, was killed and several
¡¿ST* Tbeso rates «re strictly in advance.
government supporters were wounded.
G . M . I r w in .
gygT" Subscribers wishing a change in their
p stotlice add es* should give f.heir old a« well
apt cash ;
G. M. Irwin, Superintendent of Pub- f * “ Ka,ahln8 t^ it8° f »«talwart Amer- discount on all grades for promt
I t I . K x ,:e c t e d T h a t T w o o f K x -P r e a l- There has been much fighting, and at W ith B r i e f B io g r a p h i c a l S k e t c h e s o f t h e
h » new address*.
.. . a
• icanism combined with the genial, frank half barrels, *»c more than barrel la;
The E cmo -I. kai > kr w ill be sent to subscribers
d e n t C a .im ir - P e r i e r '. M in is t e r . A re least twelve natives have been killed.
maple sugar, 15(816c per ponnd.
M en W h o P r o v e d t o b e in S y m p a t h y
until all arrears are paid and paper ordered to
W i l l i n g t o A c c e p t P o s i t i o n , tn t h e Nearly 200 royalists are under arrest.
C offee —Costa Rica, 22ui23lsc ; Rio, 20
be <1 sfontin u d accord lug to la > .
W ith t h e M a s se s —G o v e r n o r W i llia m received his education at the Ohio Wes- is noted. Mr. Metachan located at Cin-
g & ~ ~ Any subscriber not receiving his paper
levan University. His early years were c*nnat* on his arrival in America, and (822c; Salvador, 21 (a 21 ‘ , c ; Mocha,
N e w C a b in e t N o w B e in g F o r m e d .
P. L ord .
rciu la rly will please notify this office im m e
The fighting was still in progress when
l’ adang Java, Sic; Palembang
I . a » . * . „ J h t .„listed I . ,1 » *
I’ a b is , January 21. —The election of the Alameda left Honolulu January 11,
Java, 26<828c; latitat Java, 23(8 25c; Ar-
g 8 t h We invite short articles of general in
Governor William P. Lord was born army from that Mate upon the outbreak
te re s t-lo n g ones, as a rule, not published. All
commenced life as a butcher, but has buckle’s Mokaska and Lion, 122.80 per
M. Felix Faure to the Presidency has but the government forces had practi in Dover, Del., in 1838. He graduated
articles must be accom panied by the name of
cally overcome tlie revolutionists. The
of the war and made a meritorious since been engaged in ext* n ive mercan 100-potmd case; Columbia, 122 30 per
the writer, not for publication, but as evidence
been well received by the Moderate press, story of the revolution is as follows:
from college in 1860, just as the country record for himself in manv of the his- ! tile affairs, and is to-day looked upon as 100-pound case.
of good fa th. We assume no re*pjiisibility for
and is violently criticised by the Radical
the opinion« of correspondents.
There were no fresh developments was passing through the period of heated
affairs. 1>urin* 8 lo"*
battles of the great rebellion. In 8
Eu ered at the poatoflUe at Cottage Grove as
I l l e g a l R e g is t r a t io n .
ami Socialist newspapers. Paris was in tiie threaten*! upiisiag until ¡Sun disputes in and out of Congress destined toric
second cla s matter.
1880 Mr. Irwin came to Oregon, and has 1
S a n F r a n c is c o , January 23.—Judge
very tranquil last night. The working day afternoon, January 6, when the to terminate in the rebellion. War was since his arrival been prominently con- 1 “ 60 many important offices with
Marshal’s detectives brought in news
classes were astonished at M. Brisson’s that let! that officer i »mediately to sum declared just as young Ix>rd had edm- nected with the educational affairs of great credit. He was County Treasurer Wallace decided this morning to hear a
A d v e r tis in g B at a M a d e K n o w n on A p
of Grant for three terms and County motion for a new trial on Friday next
defeat, but no demonstration was report mon tiie Cabinet and leading officers of
p l ic a t i o n .
Judge from 1882 to 1886. In 1890 the
ed. A meeting of Socialists took place the military and Citizens’ Guard for con
Republican party, recognizing his ster in the c a s e of Ixtuis S t«*n i!*erg. r x - l*rpn-
ability and purity of character, ty Registrar, recently convicted on a
this evening at the Maison du Peuple, at
arrival Deputy Marshal Brown and a
Phil Metschan for State Treas charge of procuring illegal registering.
which resolutions strongly condemning squad of police under Captain Parker
Judge declined to fix any bonds for
urer, and be filled the office so success The
M. Felix Faure and demanding the sup left for the leach at Waikiki with or
fully that he was renominated and re
/'1UMBKRLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—
pression of the Presidency were adopted ders to search the premises of Henry
elected in 1894 by a large majority over
L i b e r a l P r e s id e n t C h o s e n .
Sunday school, 10 a . m . Preaching» 11 a . m .
his Democratic and Populist opponents.
amid cries of “ Vive la revolution soci- Bertelmann, a prominent royalist, for
B u d a - P k s t h , January 23.—Dr. Jesid-
and 7 p. m . Prayer meeting, each Wednesday at
8 p m . (*4 We are jo irney n f u/ito a place of
ale ” and “ Down with reaction.”
erius IVnzalogy, Liberal, formerly Min
which tne Lord s-iid, I will give it y«>u; ci tne
to reaching the pla e the posse was
TV. H . Laeda.
thou w th us and we w ill do thee good.
General Fevrier, Grand Chancellor of joined by Charles L. Darter, Alfred Car
ister of Justice, has been elected Presi
F Z. N ESB EfT, Pastor.
W. H. Leeds, State Printer, was born dent of the Chamtier of Deputies in suc
the Legion of Honor, gave M. Faure to ter and J. B. Castle, who lived near by,
day the collar of Grand Master of the all members of tiie Citizens’ Guard. On
in New Jersey, and is still under 40 years cession to Baron Banff)-, now Premier of
| U lR lsT IA N CHURCH—8KRVICE8 AT 11 A.
Older. It was learned at 10 o ’clock this approaching the house the Deputy Mar
M .a n d s p. m . Sunday school a t 10 a . m .
of age. In 1877 Mr. Leeds moved to Ta Hungary.
Y. P. S. ( ’ . K., each Sunday at 4 P. M. Midweek
evening that M. Bourgeois after a two shal left the equad on the lawn while he
coma, Wash., where he engaged in the
prayer and praise services, W ednesday evening
hours’ conference with M. Faure had entered the lionse, and finding Bertel-
a t 7 o ’clock. Musical reLear*al, each Saturday
newspaper and printing business until
consented to try to form a Cabinet. He rnann and a strange white man there,
evening at 7 o c ’ louk.
will go to the Elvsee to-morrow to repbrt proceeded to read his warrant. When
1878, when he took up a permanent
the result of his negotiations. It is ex about half through shots were heard
e t h o d i s t c h u r c h —S u n d a y s c h o o l
abode at Ashland, establishing the Ash
pected that M. Poincarre will return to from the rear of the house. The officer
M. Pre chlng cacti fourth Sundiy
land Tidings, which stands to-day among
m orning and evening. Prayer m eeting, every
the Ministry of Finance arid M. Levgues said quickly:
the leading journals of Southern Oregon.
Thursday night. •* The Lord is in His holy tem
WARNKB's TWO BM.L8.
to the Ministry of Education. Paul
“ \V hat does that mean?”
REV. E. G1TT1NS, Pastor.
Not only in that section, bat throughout
W a s h in g t o n , January 23 —Warner of Peytral, Louis Terrier ami Eugene Uode-
“ I know nothing about it. There arc
the entire State, theTidintrs has heroine
New York introduced in the House to froy Cavaignac would accept Cabinet no arms here,” replied Bertelmann.
a household word as a strong, brainy
day two financial hills. One gives power placer under M. Bourgeois as Premier.
Brown ruslied out to join his squad,
journal. Until bis nomination for State
to the Secretary of tire Treasury to bor
Fix-President Casiniir-I’erier is ex and Charles Carter shouted :
Printer by the Republicans in ls*4 Mr.
row, in anticipation of deficiencies of pected to vacate the Palace of the Ely- . “ There they are under the boatshed.”
leeds hail always refused to run for any
revenues, upon bonds of the United see and return to his residence, No. 23
He pointed to a sited in the rear of
office. He is well equipped for the posi
States in denominations of 150 and mul- Rue Nitola, to-morrow. The letiring the lot. and rushed fo-ward, followed by
tion to which he was elected, ami will
tiples thereof, payable in coin at the op- president had a cordial interview to-day his couein, Castle, an 1 the otiiers. At
bring the result of years of practical ex
Separate Receivers Granted for tion of the United States on or after 1 with his successor, who will occupy the that instant a voilev was fired by a
perience to tiear in the discharge of his
three years from their date and due ten ' palace to-morrow. The date for the assehi- crowd of natives under the shed, and
duties. Through his journal Mr. I-eeds
the Main Line o f the Road.
veass after their date, bearing interest tiling of Parliament to hear the new Charles Carter and Lieutenant lloli fell,
lias for many years been ttie mainstay
at the rate of 3 per cent per annum and President’s message has not yet been wounded. The police charged and drove
of bis party in Jackson, Josephine, Lake
to be sold at not less than par, sn:h an fixed. M. Hanataux, Minister of For- the natives out on tlie beach, whence
and Klamath counties, and his sel«'tion
amount as he shall consider necessary eign Adairs, submitted to M. Faure for the latter retreated to the brush, keep
for the office of State Printer by tiie Re
TH E R E C E IV E R S
A PPO IN TE D not to exceed 1250,000,000. The second Ins approval to day a draft ol a telegram ing up a desultory firi lg . As the police
publicans is only a well-deserved reward
measure provides for the cancellation of informing the representatives of France only numbered eight, and there were
for his work.
all legal-tender notes presented and pro abroad of the election of M. Faure to three or four times as many natives,
hibits their reissue.
they returned to the house, taking with
F o r e c lo s u r e b y f i r s t M o r tg a g e B o n d
The staff of the Ministry of Marine them three of the rebels whom they had
PO R TLAN D
h o ld e r * T h o u g h t N o t t o P r e ju d i c e th e
called upon President F'aure to-day, and captured in the melee, during which
G o v e rn m e n t’ * In tcrest* — O rd e r C o v
T H E END N O T YET.
bade farewell to him as their chief. The some sixty shots were fired. Taking tlie
YV h e a t M a rk e t.
President then went to the Elvsee Pal wounded men also, and first caring for
e r » S e v e n T y p e - W r i t t e n Paget*.
Foreign cables came through lower
A H a w a iia n P r e d i c t s M u ch F u r t h e r ace, w here lie w as received with military them as well as possible, they searched
Sx. L ouis , January 2 !. —United States
T r o u b l e f o r H is C o u n t r y .
yesterday, and the tone of the local
the prisoners, placing Bertelmann also
under arrest. The first one was recog
Circuit Judge Walter H. Sanborn to-day
NO CHANGE OF PABTY.
market was therefore weaker. Export
S an F rancisco , January 23.—W . H.
He hail a heavy
W a s h i n g t o n , January 21.—“ The elec- nized as John Lane.
banded down a decision upon applies*- Cornwell, Minister of Finance to the
values are still quoted at 70c per cental
. . . . . . . .
tion of M. Faure,” says Jules Patenotre, revolver, belt of cartridges and rifle; the
tion of E. Gordon Dexter and Oliver
for Walla Walla, and 77>^@78‘» c for
ex-Queen of Hawaii, who is the city, | the French Ambkssaclor to the United second, a pocket pistol and a belt of
Ames, second trustees for the first mort
eayB in an interview:
States, “ means a change in the name of cartridges. The otiiers were unarmed,
gage liondholders of the Union Pacific
“ I have been informed that Captain 1 the President of Frame, butnotachange but a short rifle was found behind tlie
P r o d u c e M a r k e t.
Railway Company, for a separate re Harris, the English Commissioner, will of political party. M. baure was a mem-
F lour —Portland, Salem, Cascadia and
. I her of the Cabinet which resigned a lew- As Holi says Lane w is tiie man who
ceiver for the portion of the Union Pa demand
C U P ib A N o P â y C H E
of the Hawaiian government .
ago> and ¡g therefore a fr?end of M. eliot him, there is no doubt that Carter’s
Dayton, are quoted at $2.40 per barrel;
cific system covered by the first mort
Golddrop, 12.66; Snowflake, *2.65; Ben
some kind of a settlement for the arrest Casimir-Perier. It is not likely that three wounds came frent Lane's pistol,
A work of art and scie cp, devoted to the
ton county, 12.40; graham, |firstname.lastname@example.org;
gage. The decision on the order covers of English subjects. Over 200 prisoners there will lie a change in political policy, it having three empty chambers.
strength and developm ent o f pure m anly ami
From statements of the natives cap
seven closely type-written pages, and in are in the jail, and more than half of as the same party to which M. Casimir-
wom anly vi»tor, called 4 Three <’ lasses o f Men,”
O ath — Good white oats quoted firm at will be inai e d .c oh A w ' ealed, free to every man
effect grants the application. The re them have had nothiog to do with the I’erier belonged is still in power. It is a tured during the day i ‘. was ascertained
W S M e; milling, 2n(a27c; gray, M£Z7<. or woman w ho w ool I study tni* subject for
ceivers appointed are the same as those revolution, but are held simply as su e - fortunste thing, ) think, that we do not tiiat the captain of the little teamer
h e i r ow uj">v iiurnn'iit. In lb.b work are u n
Rolled oats are quoted as follows: Bags ♦ bodied
»he plain, rand d truth- relating to ifie
now in charge of the entire system, v iz.: peets. The ex-Qneen, I understand, is delay in France in making our political Waimanalo was respoi sible for the lanu-'
email@example.com; barrels, 16.00(86.26; case*, developm ent at d recovery o f mental, physical
Not more than forty-eight ing of the arms with which the natives
S. H. H. Clark, Oliver W. Mink, E. El- kept at tier home in Washington place, changes.
and smxiim I forces in young, m iddle aged and
leiy Anderson, John W. I)oane and guarded by sharpshooters. But this is hours—less than that in fact—have
B a r l e y — Feed barley, 63(a65c per old men.
rested. The mate confessed, and when
4* W ho lacks in one function«, vliile vigorous
Frederic R. Coudert. The order pro not the end of the troubles in Haw aii. I elapsed since M. Casimir-Perier tendered
cental; brewing, 80(883c per cental, iu »11 o -h e m . i?1 not as Nature made h im ,a n d
vides that funds already earned by the know the Hawaiians. They are kind- j bis resignation, and here we have his confronted with his testimony tlie cap
n n s ' be renew* d .4
road be used by the receivers to settle hearted and generous, but they are successor selected. Quick action in such government claims to tave evidence of
Weakness in the vital organs is unnatural in
M i l l s t u f f s — Bran, 113.50; shorts,
all men. It is due to Improper care o f tlie fun c
debts ami just claims under the present above all tilings loyal to their own race cases serves to bring quiet to the coitn-
113.50; chop feed, 115(317; middlings, tions end- wed by Nature with perfect vigor,
tiie whole transaction from the original
receivership. In addition the court re
none in market; chicken wheat, 75c an t since Nature gives this s:rengih, if it has
purchase until the final disposition.
serves the right to order that any defi leader in the last attempted revolution, j when the office of President is vacant
been wa tt d she must be called up n to renew
During the day a Urge number of
it. Natural reined es must tie i »*d. Nothing
ciency in each funds shall lie made good is captured and executed, the natives ami a Ministerial crisis is at hand. What prominent royalists vere arrested, in
H ay — Good, $9(310 per ton.
bears a clo er relation to the elements of sexual
from future earnings under a separate
B dttek — F'irm; fancy creamery is and nerve force than « Ioctr city, it is natural.
receivership. In effect the decision to tions in the outer districts, if they do will retire from political life, 1 presume, which paper lias suspended, the busi
It is ua'ure, em bodied in a portable, con venient
ettecti’ e appliance when Dr. Sanden'a
day simply sequestrates the old main not vandalize the entire city of Mono- ! He did not want the Presidency when it
22'ac ; fair to good, 16(gl7>ic; common, and
Electric Belt is used, if you lack iu any re«|iect
was given him, and he is probably thank ness manager being since arrested.
line from the rest of the system only so ln 'u- ”
powers v n should | m > sm * s « , send at
ful to be enabled to retire.”
far as accounts are concerned, so that the
P otatoes — Q uotations wholly nomi once for this scientific book, wh ch will spread
F A LL OF TH E RESERVE.
As to the cry of “ Long live the King”
the on ly true and p rrnaneut resto-
property covered by the first mortgage
T H E C H IN E S E L E F T .
rat'on of men al,physical and setttsl m anhood.
uttered by the Duke of La Rochfould in
»hull be within easy reach of the mort
nions — Good Oregon, 75<390c per It has thousand- of testimonials from every
N o U n e a sin e s s » H o w e v e r » is F e lt b y t h e
town and hamlet in ibe cou ntiy.
! T r o u b l e C a iu e d b y T h e m in a C o lo r a d o
imir-Perier’s letter had been read M.
T r e a s u r y O ttc ia ls .
Hie property covered by the first mort
P oultry — Chickens, firstname.lastname@example.org per
M in in g C a m p .
gage refeired to in the order is that
W a s h i n g t o n , Janua y 21.—The treas
dozen; ducks, firm at $4.110(35.00 geese,
I daho S prings , January 23.—There is cries were always to be heard at such
placed upon the main line of 1,036
$6.00(37.00; turkeys, live, nominal at »c
miles, extending from Omaha to Ogden, likelihood of trouble in this camp over
per ponnd, aud not wanted; dressed,
and no other. The other portions of the the fact that Chinese laborers are being the administration of affairs. There are withdrawals to 170,712 126. The second
about 10c per ponnd.
scarcely twenty-five of the royalist party bond issue raised the gold reserve to
road and branches, while under the man
F' resh F ruit —Good Oregon apples
agement of the same receivers, will have brought to work in the mines. The first in the chamber, said the Ambassador. 1111.000. Since November 22, when the
bring 75(311.50 per b ox; Jersey cran
a separate system of accounting, al installment of Chinese came Thursday M. Patenotre has known the new Pres
berries, $14.90; pears, $1.00(^1.15 per
though they will he run by the same ex to the Argonaut mine, eight miles from ident of F'rance for twenty years, but gold from the second issue began to be
box; persimmons, $1.25(81.35 per box.
ecutive. B* fore he issued the order Idaho Springe. Flight Chinese were in they have not seen much of each other, received, the treasury has lost more than
E ggs —Oregon, plentitui and fairly
Judge Sanborn stated that he had the gang, with one white boss. Work ss the Ambassador lias been absent from 140.000. 000 gold received from that issue,
steady at 22>»c per dozen; Eastern, 23c.
changed one clause, making future earn commenced Friday, and continued Sat his country on diplomatic service during which netted with premium about 158,-
T r o p i c a l F b u it —California lemons,
000,000. The withdrawals for export do
ings to a certain extent liable for preeent urday. Saturday night the Chinese were most of that time.
$4-00i86.00; Sicily, $0.00(«6.50; bananas,
not excite any uneas ness among the
indebtedness, as lie felt that too much waited upon by a committee of white
T i l* VATICAN SATISFIED.
California navels, $2.50(q3.59
treasury officials, and up to this time
protection coaid not be given the present miners, who requested them to quit the
R ome , January 21.—The Vatican is
per b o x ; pineapples, Honolulu, $3.00(3
receivers in the Ames ease. He stated, camp. They were given until Sunday satisfied with the election of Faure to there is no talk in autnoritative circles
3.50; sugar loaf, $5. F'igs, California
however, that lielore making any order morning to leave, and did so, coming to tlie French Presidency. The Papal Nun indicating an immediate issue of bonds.
black, boxes, qnoted at $1.25; sacks, 4(3
to pay any of the present operating in town, where they camped, awaiting or cio in Paris has been instructed to con The general treasury condition is good,
% Personal W e ak
5c; California white, 10-pound boxes, A Never Failing
debtedness he would always give the ders from the white boss, who went on gratulate him. The Osservatore Romano kept so by tiie heavy receipts, which are
ness of Men.
$1.10(31-15; 25-pound boxes, $2.50; Cure for All
plaintiffs in tlie foreclosure suits the to Denver to invoke the aid of the Fed says:
sacks, 6(8He; Turkish, boxes, 14(316c;
crease is looked for next month and the
privilege of a lieat ing.
fancy large, 20(821c; bags, 10c.
month after. Assistant Secretary Cur
Attorney l’ rice for tlie complainants
to lie entirely satisfied with tlie election tis said to-day that f-otn the present
O regon V egetables —-Cabbage, lt^c
URES WITHOUT MEDICINE ALL WEAK-
stated that be was perfectly satisfied,
ness resulting from overtaxation o f brain,
in France. The conservative policy of outlook the receipts for February will
per pound; squash, 65c per dozen
Tierve for'es, - x c esses r ladfs* r«-i ions, as drains,
with the order. The Judge then called
T H E JA P A N E S E LA N D E D .
M . Faure will hi rmonize undoubtedly equal expenditures. F'or this month
C alifornia V euetabi . eh — Brussels osses,
nervous d e b ilit y sleeplessoeas, languor,
lor the appearance of the Union Trust
with that of his predeiessors. The I,ib-
sprouts, $1 25(81.40 per 30-pound box; rheum atism , kidn y, liver and bladder co m
Company ami that of the Union Pacific O fficia l R e p o r t o f t h e B o m b a r d m e n t o f etal newspapers wish M. F'aure success were it not for the heavy interest pay
plaint, lffm • bank, lum bago, sciatica, general ill
ment the receipts would equal expendi
Railroad Company. Mr. Pierce pre
nealth, etc. Thi- Electric Belt < ontains w onder
T en g C how .
in his struggle with tlie revolutionists, tures. January is always the month of
peas, 12(813c per pound; artichokes, ful
Im provem ents o ver all o t h e ' S , and gives a
sented one and Attorney Kelly in behalf
that is instantly felt by the wearer, or
W ashington , January 23. —Secretary
of the Union Pacific the other. Judge
we forfeit |5 000. We give hundred* of testim o
Sanborn appointed Mr. Kelly special Gresham to»lav received two cables
nials in this city and every’ State.
cucumbers, 75c per dozen; asparagus,
a p u r e f a b r ic a t io n .
the heavy interest payments more than
Our powerful im proved E lectric Htispensory
clerk ami messenger for tlie court to from United States Minister Denby at
18c per pound; garlic, 10c per pound; is free with all B ' ts.
D over , England, January 21.—Tlie 12.000. 000 in Central Pacific railroad
carry the order and tlie appearance to Peking comfirming the reports of the
A pocket edition o f the celebrated eleetro-
lettuce, 25c per dozen, 11 per box.
Duke of Orleans and suite left for Lon bonds have to be paid. With this fa
tlie clerks’ offices of the northern dis
m edical w ork, ** Three ( m m o f Men.** (line-
N u t s — Almonds, soft shell, 12(314c Trated, is sent free, sealed, bv m ail, upon appli-
trict of this circuit at Omaha and place
per pound; paper shell, 16(§17c; new cat Inn. Every young, m iddle aged or old man
them on file. Judge Sanborn stated Foo. Tne first states that Teng Chow secretary, said the alleged interview w ith it is probable that the goiil reserve may
crop California walnuts, soft shell, suffering the slighte-t weakness should read It.
alter tiie order had been issued that the had been bombarded by three Japanese the Duke, printed in England yesterday, be allowed to fall below 150,000,000 be
w ill point out an easy, sure and *|*edy way-
12‘ * c; standard walnuts, 10l^(311c; Ii
fore a third issue of binds for its re
how to regaln V ren gth ami health when every
appointment of the new teeeivers in no ships, am) that the American mission- was a pure fabrication.
i Ohio ciiesnuts, new crop, 14@15c; pe thing else has failed. Address
coupment will be ordered.
wise changed ibe manner operating the aril s had left on the Yorktown.
A gloom y v ie w .
cans, U S 16c; Brazils, 12,1-»<313»:; fiitierU,
The second, under date of January 21,
system, but that tlie future surplus earn
B e r l i n , January 21.—Tlie Hamburger
14(815c; peanuts, raw, fancy, 6(87c;
RO SEBERY’S LA S T SPEECH.
ings of tiie main line would now apply states that it is reported that Teng Nachriciiten, Bismarck’s organ, says that
roasted, 10c; hickory nuts, 8(810c; co-
to tiie payment of the first mortgage Chow, fifty miles northwest of Che Foo, the future of the French Republic was
coanuts, 90c per dozen.
had Iteen liombarded bv the Japanese, never so gloomy as to-day.
T h e P o s it io n o f t h e L o r d s t h e S u p re m e
W ool — Valley, 8(310c, according to
who bail subsequently effected a landing
Q u e s t io n o f t h e H o u r .
Tttl’ RsTON ON THE FORECLOSURE.
quality; Umpqua, 7<39c; fall clip, 5<86c;
at tlie Shantung Promontory, This
O mah a , January 23.—Tlie Union Pa
P O R T L A N D , OK.
L ondon , January 21. —Lord Rosebery menced the study of law. Patriotism the State. For many years he was Eastern Oregon, 5(8 7c.
places the Japanese in a position be
cific attorneys, who went to St. Louis to tween Peking on tlie west and the great
H ops — Clioice, 7c; medium, 4@ 6c;
W a s h in g t o n , January 21.—The sub said in a speech in Cardiff this evening was stronger than mere personal con President at the Blue Mountain Uni
assist in foreclosing the first mortgages,
fortress of Wei llai Wei on the east.
committee of naval affairs lias agreed to tiiat Welsh disestablisl ment would be siderations, and he enlisted promptly in verstty in Eastern Oregon, and that in poor, 2@3c.
retained tod ay. Speaking of tlie suit.
P rovisions —Eastern hams, medium,
report an appropriation for three battle the first measure of tlie next Parliamen tlie Si vice of his country as Captain of stitution prosper«! under his super 1 1 ) 6 ( 3 1 2 ) ^ 0 per pound; hams, picnic,
Judge Thnrs'on said:
ships on the lines recommended by the tary session. He did ne t doubt that tlie
“ The situation of the pioperty lias
A D V A N C E IN R A T E S .
Sei retaiy of the Navy in his last annual establish«! Church
reai lied the point where forei lositre was
n Wales was merito -ons service he was later promot«! active in political affairs, and was an short clear sides, 10(811c; dry Balt
inevitable. The first mortgage inteiesl i
doomed, but everybody must rememlier
sides, 9@10c; dried beef hams, 13
( T m O O worth of lovely Music fer Fsrty ^
default and the system in the bands ''" • * " * * * K‘\r" " m
Ad‘ *u'* d t,‘ " 000 tons displacement. An appropria that the House of lords presented a distinction until the end of the war. ticket in 1892. His election as Superin @14c; lard, compound, in tins, 8)6(3 ^
Ti I U « . Cents, consisting of ic*> pages —*
1 5 th P r o x im o .
tion was also reported for twelve torpedo permanent barrier to the measure on when he resumed his interrupted legal tendent of Public Instruction, for which 9 ‘» c ; lard, pure, in tins, 7)6@1B6 c ; P'fc8’
Me ■ w
fu|| s)ze Sheet Music « i the —*
of receivers. The first installment of |
studies. He was afterward appoint«! position a bitter fight was wagad, set the , -
latest, brightest, liveliest and most popular ^
16,475.000 of the principal will be due
C hicago , January 23.—All the West boats and to increase the force of en which tlie Welsh had set tiieir hearts.
vocal and Instrumental.
January 1, 1806, and there is no (tossi- ern roads have now recorded their votes list«! men by 2,000. The bill appropri Tlie position of tiie Louis was the su Lieutenant of tiie Second Artillery and stamp of public approval upon Mr. Ir- kits, $1.25.
£ gotten up in the most elegant manner. In- -
ates from 13,000,IKK) to 14,000,000 more preme question of tlie hour. When the detailed for service on the Pacific Coast. win’s career in Oregon.
bilitv of that amount lieing paid except |
eluding four large size Portraits.
bv foreclosure sale. This foreclosure of on the question of advancing tlie one than the last appropriation, due to ttie government resolution dealing with this In 1868 he resigti«l from the array and
£ C ARM EN U TA, the 8pani»h Dancer.
PADEREWSKI, the (treat Plan l i t ,
the tirst mortgage on tlie part of tlie way and ronud-trip rates to tiie Pacific fact that it carries a heavy deficiency for question should be subm itt«l it would commenc«! practicing law at Salem, Or.
®* M -
M eat M arkst.
ADEUNA PATTI and
Union Pacific main line is really the last Coast, and the vote is unmistakably for armor plate not provided for in the last involve the dissolution of Parliament.
C. M. Idleman, Attorney Gene-»], was B e e f — Gross, top steers, |2.59(82.60;
MINNIE 8ELIGMAN CUTTING. ;
foreclosure to be brought. The moit- the raise, which will take effect Febru bill. The cost of the battle ships is lim Before tlie dissolution, however, he Marion county, and resigned to accept born in the Buc keye State 37 years a g o,' fair to good steers, $2.00(32.25; cows,
a o o n c a s * u o * o i m to
gages on the Oregon Railway and Navi ary 15. Tlie matter was practically de ited to 14,000,000. and one is to be built wished Parliament to deal with the the dignified positionof Judge of tlie Su and his early education and initiation $2.00(32.26; dressed beef, 4@5c per
THE NEW YORK MUSICAL ECHO CO. ^
gation Company, tlie Union Pacific, cided some days ago, hut there were a on the Pacific Coast. Considering tlie liquor traffic, representation of labor
Broadway Theatre Bldg.. New York City, -w
Jndge Ixtrd was universally recognized into the practical affairs of life were had l*0)“ ” *-
CANVASSERS W ANTED.
Denver and Gup, on all the divisions of few lints which were elow in getting in superior effectiveness ot rapid-firing and the one-man-vote issue.
M utton —G ross, best sheep, wethers,
the Oiegon Slant Line and Utah North their voles, and the matter was not con
Suing S a c ra m e n to C ity.
on the Coast. As Chief Executive of in the railway mail service on the Baltt- *2 ; dressed mutton, 4<84)6c; lambs, 4‘ 2c
ern, Kansas Pacific, Denver Pacific, Kan- sidered as finally settled until they had by tlie Yalu river fight, the committee
S an F r a n c i s c o , January 23. —W . E. the commonwealth of Oregon William more and
sat Ci n 1 1 al and several other branch lieen heard from. Chairman Caldwell has made a provision for a large number
, , Ohio iine. , He devoted
. . the Kv
at his disposal
to the study
of . law,
lines are already in process of foreclos was to-dav instructed to notify all the of them. __________________
Henry began suit against the city of P. Lord will undoubtedly add new lau tune
, ... . .
, - 1 V e a l —Dressed, small, 6<86c; large, 3
rels to those which have already crow n«! and in 1883 was admitted
ure. and receivers have been appointed i onnections of the Western roads of tlie
Sacramento in the United States Circuit his life and fill the gubernatorial chair
T hat S pok an e P ost.
under all of them. This foreclosure does proposed advance and the date on
the courts ol Ohio. Mr. Idleman came
H o g s —Gross,
choice, heavy, »3.60(3
W a s h in g t o n , January 21.—The fight Court to-day for 1563,285 damages, be in a manner creditable to the State to Oregon in 1886, and in copartnership
not prejudice the government’s interest w hich it will become effective.
3.75; light and feeders, »3.50; dressed,
with two well-known jurists established 4)»c per pound.
in any possible way. The government
made by Mitchell on the Spokane post
contractors to lay pipes for water works
can come into this care and foreclose
the firm of Johnson, McCown A Idleman.
resulted in a compromise, he getting an in different parts of the city as specified
its mortgage as a second lien, or it can
H a r r is o n R . K i n c a i d .
This firm immediately took high rank in
m a C A V tA lo , I m i M A R K s ^ M
M erch an d ise M arket.
R o y a l l y t o M e e t a t D a r m s ta d t .
amendment w hich declares it is not the in an agreement betw « n the city and
foreclose independently, but always sub
H. R. Kincaid, Secretary of State, was the profession, at d Mr. Idleman has per
C O P Y R I G H T S .^
S almon . —Columbia, river No. 1, tails,
L o n d o n , January 2 3 .— A court circular purpose to abandon Vancouver or Walla A. L. Fish in Septeinlier, 1893. This
ject to tlie first mortgage. The time lias
sonally condu ct«’ many important cases »1.25(81.60; No. 2, tails, »2.25(82.50;
CAM I O B T A IN A PATENT f
No objection was made by
now come when Congress must either says the Queen will go to Darmstadt in friends of the Spokane post, and it went agreement was transferred by Fith to born in Indiana in 1836, and crossed the with distinguished success. Profession fanev, No. 1, flats, »1.76(8 1.85; Alaska, prompt answer and an honest, opinion, write to
M I.' NN A- CO., who have bad nearly fifty years*
plains to Oregon as a pioneer in 1853. ally and socially Mr. Idleman is regarded
act during the present session or the April, where she will meet the Czar and through. The amendment will cut no Henry.
No. I, tells, »1.20(31.30; No. 2, tells, »1.90 experience In the patent baaWeas. Communica
tions strictly confidentAaL A Haadhaak of In
matter will pass tteyend legislation and Czarina, the Fmperor and P'.m press of figure, for at present the War Depart
He settled at once at Eugene, where he as one of the brightest and most talented @2.25.
P o r t o R ic o N o t I n c l u d e d .
formation concerning Patents and bow to ob
must be settled by the courts. I am Germany, ex-Einprtss Frederick, the ment has no desire to abandon either of
C oal — Ste a d y ; dom estic, »5.00(37.50 tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan
M a d r i d , January 21.—Porto Rico has
ical and Nci ntillc books sent free.
very glad this is so, because it will re Duke and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and these posts, but it will abandon those
im bu«lw ith the prevailing mining fever to the high office of Attorney-General is
Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive
asked that it be not included in the mo and tried his luck in the gold camps of universally looked upon as a just recog per ton ; foreign, »8.50(311.00.
lieve me as Senator from the responsi the Duke and Duchess of Cumberland. near Spokane in time.
notice in the ptrientiflr Am erican, and
B eans — Small white, No. 1, 3)6c per special
are brought widely before the public with
dus vivendi between Spain and the California. Not finding the life to his nition of his merits.
bility of legislation.”
goon d; batter, 3)6c; bayou, 3c; Lima, out cost to the inventor. This splendid paper,
Iseued weekly, elegantly 11 oat rated has by far the
United States upon the ground that taste, Mr. Kincaid returned to Eugene,
H e e d s t h e >V arn:n g .
largest circulation o f any scientific wore I
S te r n b e r g C o n v i c t e d .
Porto Rico sugar goes to Canada, not the and has since been a prominent char
C ordage —Manilla rope, D .-inch, is world, ft.'l s year. Sampf
P h il M etsch a n .
L ondon , January 19.—The Duke of
S an F rancisco , January 19. —Louis United States. Some Deputies, it is acter in the world of jonrnalism as well
Building Edition, montti
a year, gingie
cent«. Every > ____________________
Phil Metschan, State Treasurer, was quoted at 9'6c. and Sisal,6‘x'c per pound. copies,
S ugar — D, 4)6?; C, 4c; extra C, 4 ),c : tifui plates, in colors, and photographs of new
D r P r ic e ’ s C r e a m B a k in g P o w d e r. Argyle, who fainted Tuesday night while Sternberg, ex-I)eputy Register, was to said, intend to attack he Cabinet, ac- M in political affaire. In 1860 he was
speaking at Glasgow, lias announced his day convicted of the ciiarge of procuring casing the Ministers of having yielded both compositor and editor of The Peo born in Germany, but came to this conn- • dry granulated, 6 1» c ; cube crashed and house«, with plans, enabling builders to show th?
W o rld 's F a ir H ig h e s t A w a rd .
latest designs and secure oontracta. Address
retirement from public life.
ple's Press, an influential journal of that try at an early age, and possesses all the powdered, 6t»c per'pound; ‘ ¿cp er pound
ML’lili A CO, N ew T oe * . 3 6 1 B so ad w at .
to the menaces of Cleveland.
E. P. T H O R P ,
W a s u ingots ’ , Janaary 2.5. —An im
portant meeting of the House Appropri
ations Committee was held to-day, in
which Secretary Carlisle took part at
the request of Chairman Sayres. The
conference was over the adoption of a
policy by w hich the Secretary hopes to
put into circulation an increased volume
of silver certificates of Email denomina
tions in place of treasury notes. The
committee decided to strike from the
sundry ctvil bill the stipulation that for
several years has been added to the item
providing for printing treasury notes to
replace those received at the treasury.
Secretary Carlisle staterl that it was his
desire to get more si ver certificates of
small denominations into the hands of
tlie people, and explained that other
notes occupied the field and crowded
them out. Several members of the com
mittee led the discussion from the ques
tion of silver certificates into tire by
ways of finance. Sibley asked the Sec
retary what objection there would be to
a system of redeeming notes in gold and
Bilver at the option of the Secretary of
the Treasury instead of tiie holder, and
the Secretary answered:
“ If that policy had been inaugurated
at rite beginn ngof resumption it would
have worked beneficially ami no trouble
would have arisen from it, but tuy pre
decessors have followed the policy of re
deeming in gold or silver at the option
of the holder of paper, and any Secre
tary who tried to change this policy and
worked silver on a man who wanted
gold or vice versa, especially at such a
critical period as we have been passing
through, would have precipitated disas
H A W A IIA N
Felix Fan re Now Occupies That
Position in France.
ABSOLUTELY PU BE
Sanden Electric Co.,
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