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HAWAIIAN R E V O L T .
I t Has C alled Out
E n glish J ou rnal.
A PAYING INDUSTRY
H o w ls , th e Captured A m erica n , W i l l Re
S everely T reated.
L ondon . Febraary 27.— In a leader on
the revolution in Hawaii the Telegraph
this morning says:
“ The spectacle is one to astonnd and
ecandalize the civilized world. President
Harrison played into the hands of the
sugar pirates openly, and Mr. Cleveland
did not dare wash his hands of the
baseness and brutality wrought by his
fellow president at Honolulu. American
warships have played cat and monse
with the islands, and are dodging about
just enough to give the filibusters
chances to escape if things come to the
worst. Thus, because justice was no
body s, and Lilinokalani was not rich
and powerful enough to command
friendship, England and America have
allowed ttiis flagrant crime to he com
mitted in open daylight. I t is eveiy-
body’s interest, except the declining
race of the islanders, to hush the mat
ter up and allow speculators to erect a
spurious government and stain the
American Hag by taking upon it this
bastard republic. W e do not suppose
that any power will protest, unless it
he Japan when she has leisure; but the
spectacle is a sorry one for Christian
morality, and is a bitter lesson of what
feeble races may expect when the inter
ests of civilized powers come in col
The Penifenliary Stove Foun L ondon , February 26.—.The Central Condensed Telegraphic Reports
News agency’s correspondent in Tokio
dry Has Made Money.
says the naval reports from W ei Hai
of Late Happenings.
COGSWELL’S SENATE REPORT
W ei mention eleven foreigners, who
were captured with the island forts sur
rendered by the Chinese. Ten of them
swore to take no further part in the
present war. George Howie, the Amer
ican who came to the East with ascheme
to blow np Japanese vessels with sub
marine infernal machines, has been de
tained aboard the Japanese flagship,
pending the decision of his fate. Ttie
Japanese made a reservation as to
Howie in the articles of capitulation.
They are inclined to treat him severely,
for tie was let go on parole after his ar
rest aboard the city of Sydney yet lost
no time in breaking his word and plac-
in his services at the disposal of the Chi
The Japanese marines, who were killed
in the early torpedo attacks on the Chi
nese fleet at Wei H ai Wei, were buried
with m ilitary honors.
The Japanese reports speak highly of
Admiral Ting and the orders which he
wrote just before his suicide to direct the
course of his officers in completing the
arrangements for the surrender
The Central News correspondent in
Hai Cheng telegraphs under date of
February 21, that Lieutenant-General
Katsura then reported the Chinese force,
which formerly held Kyan Wat Sa, had
retreated to NewChwang. The Chinese
forces at l.n Kung Tong and Sa Tai Sii
were about 5,000 strong and had some
twelve guns. A t Kung Pein Tas the
Chinese had some 4,000 men. The gar
risons at New Chwang and Y ing Kow
seemed to have been decreased.
The Central News correspondent in
Peking says high officials there express
the hope that Li Hung Chang’s appoint
ment to be peace envoy will be accept
able to Japan. He will have full power
to close the negotiations without refer
ring matters to Peking. The tim e and
)!a< e of the negotiations have not yet
TAKEN HOT FROM THE WIRES
P O R TLAN D
The green produce market is in good
shape to receive a fall supply from
California, almost all which came by
the last steamer having cleaned up.
Steady prices ruled. Country produce
is arriving freely. Eggs are again on
the downward march. Sales were made
at 14c. The grocery list is unchanged.
W h e a t M arket.
T ry I I I
COTTAGE GROVE, LA NE COUNTY. OREGON. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1895.
Cottage Grove Echo-Leader,
D piteli the
W ill A e
H ig h e st o f all in L eav en in g P ow er.— Latest U . S . G o v ’t R e p o rt
T ie local wheat market is at a very
low ehh so far as trading is concerned,
A C u r « fo r In sa n ity .
MAKING O F ARMOR P LATES.
In th e C lo s in g H o u rs o f t h e L e g is la tu r e
D i f f e r e n t P a r t s o f t h e S t a t e s o f W a s h and the same will apply equally well to
L ondon , February 26.—The Daily
t h e M a t t e r W a s F u l l y D iscu ssed and
i n g t o n . O r e g o n a n d I d a h o — I t e m s o f prices. There is scarcely any demand, T h e I n d i a n H e a d T e a t « t h e Beginning Chronicle’s Vienna correspondent says
and quotations are almost wholly nomi
nf a R ev olu tion .
t h e M e s s a g e o f G o v e r n o r L o r d on
In tere st to P a c ific Coast P e o p le .
Professor Wagner, of the Vienna L’ ni-
nal. For export pnrposes Walla Walla
th e S ub ject A c t e d Upon.
, February 25. The opin- versity, expounded a core for insanity to
Joseph Dame has been appointed re
Valley 75@77)4c per cental.
ion is generally expressed by naval ex- the medical society yesterday. H e in-
cover o( the Ashland, Or., mine.
S alem , February 26.—Among the acts
perts in this city that the results of teste j«*ts Koch’s tuberciil'ine, causing a fever,
P rod u ce M arket.
of the legislature’s closing hoars was
Or., is being put in shape lor work.
F lour — Portland, Salem, Cascadia and
the submission of the majority an minor
t are only the each injection lessening the insanity
A Tacoma man has applied for a di Dayton, are quoted at $2.30 per barrel; at Indian Head Thursday
ity reports on the stove-factory question.
vorce because his wile called him a Golddrop, $2.£8); Snowflake, $2.30; Ben beginning of a revolution in the process until eventually it vanished,
There was very little difference in the
ton county, $2.30; graham, $firstname.lastname@example.org;
of making plates of this class. John G.
two reports except that Senator Cogs
The bonus and easements for the Med superfine, $1.90.
A. Irishm an, the president of the Car
ical Lake, Wash., sanitarium have all
A d v e r lls ln g F a t s M a d e K n o w n on A p -
27@28c; milling, 29@30c; gray, 26@27c. negie Steel Company, came to New
ject more fu ly. I t was as follows:
plica tion .
There is a movement on foot in Ta Rolled oats are quoted as follows: Bags York to-day in company with Mr. Frick
“ The undersigned, a member of your
coma to raise a bonus among the fruit $email@example.com; barrels, $6.00(86.25; cases, to consult Mr. Carnegie in reference to
committee appointed under senate reso
the trial and future experiments in this
men for a cannery.
C H U R C H D IR E C T O R Y .
B arley — Feed barley, 63@65c per process of making plates. Mr. Lelsh-
lution No. 10, to consider a report upon
The fruitgrowers of Salem and vicin
ity have formed an association to build cental; brewing, 80@85c per cental, man in an interview said:
the following extracts from the message
according to quality.
“ I t is perhaps a little premature to
and operate a cannery.
/ Il'.WBERI.AND PKESB Y TF ItlA N CH TRCH —
M illstuffb — Bran, $12.00; shorts, say that the entire process of making
Sunday school, 10 a . m . Preaching, 11 a . m .
and 7 p. m . Prayer meeting. e»ic1» Wednesday at
“ ’ It is never w ise for a state to buy an
$13.50; chop feed, $12(815; middlings, armor plates will be revolutionized hy
issuing $20,000 in bonds to psy off ac
8 p m . (“ We « r e jo irney ng unto a place < f
enterprise which prudent men are anx
none in m arket; chicken wheat, 67) s the extraordinary results of the tests
which tne Ixird and, I w ill give it you; come
ious to get rid of. There is an impres
(275c per cental.
made at Indian Head Thursday, but it
thou w th us and we w ill do the« good.” —
A p e w Whatcom, Wash., mih has
F Z. N ESB E IT, Pastor.
sion among some o ' our people that the
H a y — Good, $9@10 per ton.
is certain that a new field for develop
THE CASK o r CAM AKIN KS.
contracted to furnish a Chicago firm
purchase of the foundry plant and its
Be ITER— Fancy creamery is quoted at ment has suddenly been opened to us,
/ U IR IS T IA Y CHURt H -S E R V K E3 AT 11 A.
S an F rancisco , February 27.— P. G. operation with convict labor has not
22>j@25c; fancy dairy, 17)fi<g20c: fair and it is impossible to say what resnlts
m . and s P. M. HUnday school at 10 a . m .
Camarines, a weii-known planter of been productive of profit or advantage
Everett, Wash., has taken a tit of spite to good, 12),@15c; common, 8@10c may not be obtained after the series of
Y. P. S. C. E., each Sunday at 4 p . m . Midweek
pr iyer and praise services, Wednesday evening
to the state. The idea is that ‘an ele
agaii$Bt Seattle, and will show it by join per pound.
expriments suggested to ns by the trial
a t? o’« lock. Musical tei ear-al, each Saturday ines, of this city, is in the list of those phant’ was unloaded upon the state. I
ing Tacoma in calling Mt. Rainier Mt.
P otatoes —Quotations wholly nomi have been made. One thing is very ev
evi niug at 7 oc’Iojk.
to be deported by the island govern trust there is no foundation for such im
ident, and that is the making of armor
ment. H e will arrive here on the next pression, hut that facts will disclose that
Lieutenant George H . Fortson has
O nions — Good Oregon, 90c@$l per plate is in its infancy, and it now seems
e t h o d i s t c h t r c h - s u n d a y s c h o o l steamer from Honolulu. About a month
to have been reduced to a race between
at 10 a . M. Pre chiug eucli fourth Sunday
m>>rning wnd evening. Prayer meeting, every ago hie brother wrote him from this profitably operated, furnishing regular
Seattle, to succeed Captain L. S. Booth,
P oulthy — Chickens, old, $2.50(83.00 the steel manufacturers in countries
Thursday night. •* The I.o-d is in His liolv ttm- city and inclosed in his letter a note to employment for convicts ana making
per dozen ; young, $2.00(8 2 50 per dozen ; building warships as to who w ill soonest
KEY. E. G1TT1NS, Pastor.
Robert Wilcox, the rebel leader, from the penitentiary in a great measure a
The Great Northern has aesured the ducks, firm at $firstname.lastname@example.org; geese, $6.00 attain the highest perfection in the-art
his brother-in-law, A. Sahrero. The self-sustaining institution. I t is your
Shippers’ Association of Seattle that (86.60; tnrkeys, live, at 8c per pouud; of producing the plates.
authorities opened the letter, and find duty to ascertain what is the true state
“ The qualities of steel are so peculiar
suitable terminals will be constructed dressed, about lO ia llc per pound.
ing the note, ordered Camarines to leave of the case. * * ’— begs leave to sub
E oos— Oregon were quoted weak at that any change in the process of han
m it the following report:
dling it in its manufacture may lead to
The Lakeview, Or., Exam iner is cir
“ The foundry at the penitentiary has
T ropical F ruit — California lemons, great changes in the result. I t might
culating a petition to have a United
L E F T T H E EXPRESS CAR.
been in operation during the past twenty
be said that the manufacture of steel is
States army post at Lakeview, as a sub
months with satisfactory results, and
stitute for re-occupyiDg Fort Bidwell $2.50(83.50; California navels, $2 .Aha 3.25 also in its infancy, so that armor plates
W o u l d - B e T r a i n R o b b e r s F o u n d N o t h after a careful examination of the plant,
made of this material are susceptible of
should it be decided to restore that
T H E IN TE R N A TIO N A L GAMES.
The British Have Captured the
in g to R o b .
stor k, books and the methods employed
3.50; sugar loaf, $5. Figs, California great improvement. I cannot say that
government will order all future
An unusual and peculiar disease is
T ucson , Ariz., February 27.— When
has been acting under the supervision P e r s o n n e l o f t h e T e a m o f t h e L o n d o n spreading among the Indian ponies on 5c: California white, 10-pound boxes, plates to be made by this process, but I
the westbound overland reached Stein’s of
of the governor, secretary of state and
25-pound boxes, $2.50; believe that Captain Sampson was very
the Umatilla reservation and causing 90e@$1.00;
Bass to-night, soon after 6 o’clock, two | state treasurer, as a board of managers,
N ew Y o r k , February 2 6 .— The recent much uneasiness to while settlers in the sacks, 6@ 8c; Turkish, boxes, 14@16c; favorably impressed with the result at
masked men appeared on the station I find that the institution lias been we.I correspondence relating to the coming vicinity. The horees afflicted reel ami fancy large, 20® 21c ; bags, 10c.
Indian Head Thursday. Of course it is
T O W N S AND F O R T S BURNED
F kksh F buit — Apples, good, $email@example.com not our place to urge the government to
platform armed with six-shooters. One managed, and w-hile it has not been international athletic games between stagger, hair drops off and sores break
made as profitable as when operated
adopt any particular process. I t is our
of them entered the engine cab and cov- under the contract system on account of selected teams representing the New oat all over the body.
O regon V egetables — -Cabbage, 1 Qc place to make the plates and show what
C U P itiA N o P â y C H t '
The fishing fleet at Astoria,Or., will be
evered the fireman and engineer, while the general business depression, it has York and the London Athletic Clubs augmented this year by several new per pound ; squash, 66c per dozen.
they can stand. The plate that was
A d vice s
F rom R e a r -A d m ira l Bedford
to a large number of was made public to-day by secretary sloope and a couple of naphtha tenders.
C alifornia V egetables — Brussels tested Thursday was not made lor any
the other commanded a brakeman to _ given employment
A work ol art nud sole- ce, devoted »0 the
Say L ie u te n a n t T a y l o r o f th e lto y a l
cut off the car next to the engine and !
^ “ victs, and thus served the prin- Gulick, of the local organization. The The canneries of to-day are far in ad sprouts, $1 25 per 30-pound box; string particular ship. I t was a harveyized strength and development of pure manly and
womanly vigor, called •* Three Classes of Men,”
N a v y a n d T w o 3 I e n W e r e K i l l e d a n d tender.
As soon as this was done the : E‘ Pal
for which it is maintained Englishmen agree to September 21 as vance of what they were a few years beans, 12@ 13c per pound; green peas, plate seventeen inches in thickness, w
ill bo mailed, c oselv fealed, free to every man
F iv e W o u n d e d .
engineer was ordered to proceed. When by the state.
the date for the contests, aa already ago, and it will be the modern cannery 12® 13c per pound; artichokes, $1.00® which we had placed under the rollers or woman who would ati.dy thia subject for
own advancement, in this work art* em
they had gone three miles they stopped.
briefly told hy cable, and give the per
L o n d o n , February 2 7 . —Advices from
dozen ; $2 50 per crate; sweet potatoes, trouble with the surface hardening is bodied ihe plain, candid iruthh relating to the
The bandits carried a Back lull of what and is worth more than when the state sonnel of their party, together with ex packing a profitable business.
ai d recovery o f mental, physical
$firstname.lastname@example.org per cental; cucumbers, hot that it makes an uneven strain on the and H"XUal forces
Rear-Adm iral Bedford, in command of appeared to he dynamite.
This they purchased it, as there have been added planations and suggestions. The for
In young middle-aged and
The Weiser Flouring Mills Company
Cape of Good Hope and West African placed beside the roadbed when the en thereto over $7,000 in new patterns, eign team will probably be composed of of Weiser, Idaho, is looking into the ad house, $1.76®2.00; garde, 6@7c per plate, so tiiat the shock of a projectile old men.
“ Who lacks in one function*, w hile vigorous
pound; lettuce, 26c per dozen, $1 per striking it is not evenly distributed, and
visability ot removing its plant to Baker box.
stations, who lias been co-operating with gine stopped and then discovered that
iu alt othe s, is not as Nature made him, and
“ These additions and imDrovements the following gentlemen, witli others:
makes the plate liable to crack. By must be renewed.”
they had left the express car behind.
C. A. Bradley, C. B. Fry, G. Shaw, A. City, Or. i t is said that the proposition
the land forces in the British expedition
N u t s — Almonds, soft shell, 9 @ llc taking a harveyized plate and heating it
Weakness in the vital organs is unnatural in
The bandits indulged in considerable
R. Downer, F. C. Bredin, W. E. Lut has been favorably considered, and that
per pound; paper shell, 12l a@14c; new over again and then putting it under all men. It is d' e to improper cate of the funo*
on Brass river on the Gninea coast, con strong language and then, mounting any depreciation on account of wear yens, E. S. Horan, R. William s, W. J.
the mill would be moved if the citizens
tlons end« wed by Nature with perfect vigor,
firms the report of severe fighting in horses that were fastened to a tree near-
will gnaraptee to buy the prodnet of the 11® 12 t j c ; standard walnuts, 10> s @ llc ; the rollers the whole mass is made more and since Nature gives this strength, if It has
of the M. Barry and S. Ovenden.
even, and the strain of a shot striking it been wa ted she must be called upon to renew
. . . a . careful
Bradley, although already a duly mill-j There is no better point in the
that lovaiity. The admiral adds that by, they rode to the south. The engine
it. Natural temed es must be used. Nothing
Italian chesnuts, 12^0140; pecans, is more evenly distributed.”
and car returned to the rest of the train. I«? ? / '!0' i t?fubo“_rd
bears a clo er relation to the elements of sexual
Lieutynant Taylor, of the royal navy, The passengers, as is always the
nection with an investigation of the elected member of the London Athletic state‘for the establishment of a flouring l!£816c; Brazils, 12>4@13c; fidierts,
and nerve force than electricity. It is natural.
Iv>*15c; peanuts, raw, fancy, 5@7c;
andstvro men were killed and five men were scared nearly to death. Many foundry plant, books, etc.. I find that done so, it is said, expressly for this
It is iia'ure, embodied in a portable, convenient
duces more than enough wheat to keep
and ettective appliance when Dr. Sanden'a
ted, 10c; hickory nuts, 8® 10c ; co-
crawled under their seats and remained said report is correct with the exception competition. A ll the events are to be
w /e wounded.
Elec'ric Belt is med. If you lack iu any reap
of the method nzed in computing the
cf’ T outs, 90c per dozen.
r h ^ v Mus+
e N a - the manly powers y
T h e British advanced up Brass river there until assured that tiie danger was value of manufactured goods on hand’ governed by P.
pvBSCBr. send at
ool — V alle- «¡ii&lOc. ««cording *
once for this s sc’
* ch w ill spre'd
February IT, captured several rebel Breckenridge left here to-night for the in exhibit B, as the inventory of mum.
h v i; t ) i p ^
^ y c ; «Tall clip. 6<<
before you the o iljr true and p; rmanent resto
Ir. Holman, s e c i^ H r ^ o t the fxmdor
ing cSnlps ahu-suppr/
-Secretary ration of mental, physical and sexual manhoooT
strongholds and destroyed a number of scene. H e l l o V u rn T p iffio n T a tu U at- | i" ; tarIed
<m hand should be at the Athletic Club, is assured that nothing
It has thousands nf testimonials from every
The board of curators of the Washing-
town and hamlet in the couutiy.
of war canoes. Many of the natives tempted robbery was not committed by
prohibitive will be attempted.
ington State Historical Society is com poor, 3c.
farther effort to induce congress to pass
were killed and the main body of rebels the two men who held np the overland
posed of El wood Evans, Tacoma, presi
“ The stock on hand at actnai cost
P rovisions — Eastern hams, medium,
some weeks ago at Wilcox. H e says
the b ill appropriating $425,000 to pay
T H E D E A TH O F D O U G LA S S .
dent; Henry Roeder, Whatcom county,
retreated into the interior. The follow the holdup was the work of very green shews as follow s:
)^ @ 12c per pound; hams, picnic,
vice-president; General L. P. Bradley, 1 0 @ Ilc;
8 ores mid ranger, 44-t,lft81bs.,at3cent»$Ul,3& 04
12@13c; the damages sustained by British seal
ing day the British advanced farther in hands.
Sets rtovecastings, 3.9SS Iba., Ht li cents.. 419 61 J u s t W h a t A c t i o n W a s T a k e n b y t h e Pierce county, chairm an; B. F. Barge, short clear sides, 10@ l l c ; dry salt ing vcs^ls seized by our naval ships and
land, and after sharp fighting captured
Hollow w.re, ‘.6,168 ids ., at 3 cents.....
Kittitas county; A. A. Denny, King sides, 9@10c; dried beef hams, 13 revenue cutters in Behring Sea before
L e g is la tu r e o f N o rth C arolin a.
T H E NEW C UP D EFENDER.
and burned the native town of Nimbi.
MLcellaneous ca ting., 18? 306 lbs., at
county; Senator F. G. Deckenbach, @14c; lard, compound, in tins, 8J^@ the making of the inodns vivendi. I f
3 cen a........................................ . 5 469 18
The natives, who lost heavily, fled
aleigh , N. C., February 26.—There
Mis. ellan OHS sup .ill s ................... „ 3,189 94
Cliehalis; J. H . Long, Lewis county; 9,‘ i c ; lard, pure, in tins, 7>$@lU6c; pigs’ the bill fails now, then he will proceed
from Nim bi to Bassouia followed by the P a r t i c u l a r s * o f t h e Y a c h t E x p e c t e d t o Pig Iron............................ .............
6.9 50 is a wide misunderstanding over a so- Miles C. Moore, W alla W alla ; W. F.
feet, 80s, $3.50; pigs’ feet, 40s, $3.25; immediately to draw up a treaty for sub
Sustain t h e V i g i l a n t ’s L a u r e ls .
British, who shelled the last named
Fuel, coke and wood........................
called Doug ass adjournment by the Prosser, Yakim a; Allen W ier, Olympia; kits, $1.25.
mission to the senate creating an arbi
town, but did not proc ed further in
B ristol , R. I., February 27.—The Cost of manufactured goods and stock
tration committee to adjust the claims.
general assembly of North Carolina, Charles W. Hobart, Tacoma. A t a meet
land. Sir Claude M. Macdonald, who
M erch an dise M ark et.
on ban-i................................................. I 4 7|7 45
United States will have no other
personally directed the operations, sent
The total sales amount t .................... 42,006 84 ami in connection with it there have
Meeker, of Puyallup, was elected a
course open than this, for we should be
an ultimatum to the rebels tiiat unless works is so positive in its character as
they surrendered and gave up the prison to leave no reasonable doubt as to the M king a total merchandise credit of $66,724 33 the matter accurately. The actual facts member of the board to succeed the late fancy, No. 1, flats, $1.75®1.85; Alaska, dishonored among nations if we failed
J. P. Stewart, of Puyallup.
I "T h e total cost of materials and sup-
ers captured at Akassa a month ago
No. 1, tails, $email@example.com; No. 2, tails, $1.90 to carry out the obligations imposed
type, general dimensions and construc ' plies being $39,406.41, leaves the gross are as follow s:
The coast and geodetic survey steamer @2.25.
upon us by our voluntary act in submit
further attack would be made on them.
A later dispatch from Admiral Bed tion of the new cup defender. She is profitB at $27,317.92; deducting the Douglass a colored repre. entative named Hassier is practically out of commission,
S ugar — D, 4,ls c; C, 4c; extra C, 4$^c: ting the sealing question to the Paris A Never Filling
Personal W eak
and will be sold to the highest bidder on dry granulated, 5'4c; cube crushed and arbitration. The Paris arbitration tri
ford says the British expedition con an out and oat keel boat, an improved amount expended for labor, salaries,
Crews offered a resolution providing
or about March 20. The Hassier has powdered, 6}^c per pound; kic per pound bunal ruled out all claims for conse Care (or All
sisted of the gunboats Widgeon and Colonia, and will be of Tobin bronze 1 etc., *14,860.61, gives net profits at cost,
ness o f M ei.
wintered at Tacoma for two seasons. disconnt on all grades for prompt cash ; quential damages, and allowed claims
Thrush, two steamers belonging to the construction—Tobin bronze plates on a 1 $12,457.31
mark of respect to Mr. Dougiaes. Mr.
Niger protectorate, and the flagship St. steel frame. She will be 89 feet on the I “ I t is a well-known fact that during Cruptor, a Populist, offered an amend No appropriation was made by congress half barrels,
more than barrels; only when the vessels had actually been
seized and where the crews had been
water line, about 24 feet beam and the past two years but very few manu-
to continue her in the service, and rather maple sugar, 15@16c per pound.
URES W ITH O U T MEDICINE A L L W EAK-
ment to make the hour 2 o ’clock, which
ness resulting from o v e r t « .H o n of brotn,
On February 21 the rebels in twenty-
C o f f e e — Costa Rica, 22@23l£ c ; Rio, 20 imprisoned. Even on this basis the i.erre for es, excesses or Indiscretions, at dr.los,
five war canoes attacked the British
Salvador, 21@21)^c; Mocha,
’«►ses, nervou« debtlltv, sleeplessness, languor,
it was decided to sell her. The Hassier 26)4®28c J Padang Java, 31c; Palembang sides there were about two-score of men, rheucHtlsm , kldn y, liver and bladder com
force at Sacrifice Islund, bat the fire of nia, about the same beam and with over have succumbed to the general depres-
and resolution both out of order, saying
was built in 1871 and cost about $70,000. Java, 26@28c; Lahat Java, 23®25c; Ar- officers and crews of the seized vessels, plaint, lam - bar k. lHtnbago. sclatlea, general til
the natives was ineffective, and three of two feet more draft. H er lead keel will Sion.
etc. This Electric Belt contains wonder
"T h a t the foundry lias not only been
She went into commission in 1872, and buckle’s Mokaska and Lion, $23.30 per who suffered imprisonment, and their health,
the war canoes were sunk, after which be about 30 feet long on the top, 5 feet
ful Improvements over all others, and gle es a
has been in continual service ever since. 100-pound case; Columbia, $22.80 per claims were compromised by the agree current that la Instantly felt by the wearer, or
the rest retired. The following day the 6 inches in depth in the center and will self-supporting, but has a cash balance
ment made hy Mr. Gresham. The sec we forfeit $5 000. We g ve hnnnndr of testimo
Her commander is LieutenatG . H. Har-
intricate channels of the brass river taper away gradually to a point both of $4,888.15 and outstanding accounts
be made that when it did ad jon rn .it ber, who commanded the expedition 100-pound case.
nials In ibis city and every State.
were buoyed and the c.-eek reconnoi- forward and aft. It will he two feet receivable of $12,604.15 speaks well for
C oal — Steady ; domestic, $firstname.lastname@example.org retary believes if all these claims are
Our powerful im proved Electric Suspensory
submitted to a committee for adjust la free with all Kelts.
sent to the Arctic regions to recover E x per ton; foreign, $email@example.com.
across at the top and slightly bulged at the luangement and shows it to be a
ing vote on a motion to this effect was
ment, the United States will fare much
A pocket edition nf ihe celebrated electro
plorer Long’s body
“ At daybreak February 23,” continues the bottom. The Colonia was about 130 profitable institution for the state.
medical w o rk ," Three Ulasaee of Men." liliav-
“ As to whether the state paid more taken and carried. TK a senate branch
Admiral Bedford’s dispatch, “ we com feet over all. The new boat will be con
Tne cannerymen on the Washington pound; butter, 3J4c; bayou, 3c; Lima, worse than under tlie terms of the pend trated, Is tent free, sealed, bv mall, upon app'l-
of the legislature took no notice what
ing b i l l . ___________________
menced the attack, and after an obsti siderably less, by reason of the shorten
cation. E ver, voting, mldd!e.aged or old man
side of the river are interesting them
ever of the death of Douglass.
suffering tbe sllghte t weakness should read It.
nate defense of a position naturally dif ing of the forward overhang, and the paid 1 am not sufficiently advised to
C ordage — Manilla rope, lj^-inch, is
T h e P ress-Tim es C om pany.
selves in an effort to Becure the estab
It w ill point out an eaav, sure and speedy way
ficult a landing was gallantly effected
lishment of a hatchery on the Kalama quoted at 9c, and Sisal, 6c per pound.
S e attle , February 27.— The Seattle how to regain urength and health when every
and Nim bi completely burned. The the water is very much like that of the I “ I I such was the case, the fault lies
thing else has failed. Address
river, in Cowlitz county, as well aa one
Press-Times Company filed articles of
M eat M arket.
force was withdrawn the evening fol Valkyrie I I, the challenger of the cup of with the law which compels the gover-
on the Chinook river at or near the
nor, secretary of state and state treas T o o B e a l l . t i c a F ir © S c e n e a t a P h l l a - point where D eputy Fish Comissioner
B eef — Gross, top steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; incorporation to-day with »c ap ita l stock
lowing, after the residences of Kin Koko 1893.
d elp h ia T heater.
urer to purchase this identical plant,
ami the houses of the other chiefs had
A l Houchen conducted his successful fair to good steers, $email@example.com; cows, of $30,000, James H. Woolery, Frank
A HAREM IN O H IO.
and as they had no discretion iu the
beef, 4@6c per A. Twichell and H . B. Jeffries are the
P h i l a d e l p h i a , February 27.—A panic experiments in salmon hatching last $2.0C@2.5O; dressed
matter, but were obliged to make the
An additional dispatch received from
fall. The canners expect that the re pound.
M utton —Gross, best sheep, wethers,
Admiral Bedford this evening says that E v e r y W o m a n W e l c o m e b u t S h e M u s t ; purchase whether it was offered for a
cent appropriation of $20,000 by the
be a W ife.
P O R T L A N D , OR.
Fishtown, another town on Brass river,
Washington legislature will be sufficient $firstname.lastname@example.org; ewes, $email@example.com; lambs,
that the owners did not compel them to entation of “ The W ar cf W ealth.” A t when economically expended to estab $2; dressed mutton, 4@4)4c; lambs, 4>*c
was destroyed hythe British expedition
G a l u f o l is , O., February 27.— A rival
ary- force to-day. The admiral adds:
the conclusion of the third act a quan lish two hatcheries at the points named per pound.
of the saltan of Turkey has just been appropriated.”
V eal — Dressed, small, 6@ 6c ; large, 3
“ The Brass chieis and people implicated
tity of cotton was set on fire upon the on sncli a scale as w ill prove a powerful
in the attack upon Akassa have now
stage to represent the burning of a mill, argument in favor of a more liberal ap @4c per pound.
Hoos— Gross, choice, heavy, $3.00®
lieen punished, and no further opera been living here for two years with his
ana the column of fire that shot up propriation by the next legislature.
“ In February, 1862, I had six hem
3.60; light and feeders, $3.50; dressed,
tions are contemplated.”
from the stage and the volume of smoke
wife and another woman, who acts in
orrhages from the lungs and for some
. . . . .
. . . .
A B o l d A f f a i r W h i c h F a i l e d t o B r e a k made the scene too realistic to be pleas
4)4c per pound.
SLEW MANY THOUSAND TRIBESMEN.
that capacity, the happiest relations ex-
Up . K lv > 1 S„ c l e t , . s S o c i « i .
(T | f | 0 0 worth of lovely Musk fir F«rty
ant to the spectators. To add to the resolution was introduced by R. G. Hud
months was nnder the care of two doc
Jk I I I . . Cents, consisting of 100 pages ^
R ome , February 27.— The Tribuna
SAN FRANCISCO M ARK ETS.
full slxe Sheet Mu*lc of the
tors, and finally went to Denver, but re
¡sting between the three’ A “ other of
C h a m p a i g n , 111., February 26.—J. E. uneasiness ol the audience the asbestos son and passed: “ Be it resolved that it
brightest, liveliest and most popular ^
F lour — N et cash prices: Fam ily ex turned without any benefit to my
"T h e recent expedition which King his adopted wives came over from West Rhinehardi Frank Twineman, Walter
is the sense of the Tacoma chamber of
selections, both vocal and Instrumental,
gotten up In the most elegant manner. In
Shamel) the university
commerce that it is unwise, and will tras, $firstname.lastname@example.org per barrel; bakers’ ex
Menelek sent against the Galla tribes in \ irgima recently and came in on good ■ Bunn anJ
and a wild rush was made for the doors. necessarily result in great loss to con tras, $email@example.com; superfine, $2.10(82.40. hea th. I then read of your treatment,
cluding four large size Portraits.
South Abyssinia slew 70,000 tribesmen terms, and then he had three. A few ,
CARMENCITA, the Spanish Dancer,
dnvs agb another woman came there f o r . ,re* hmen who were kidnaped by a num-
tinue the construction of the capitol
W h eat — P rices keep fairly steady,
and captured In 000.”
PADEREWSKI, the Great Pianist,
A dispatch received trom Massowah refuge, and then he had four. Every- ber of Greek-letter fraternity men, have however, shouteo out that the fire was a building now in course of erection at though the frade is rather light. Quo great relief, and have continued usiDg it
ADELINA PATTI an4
M INNIE 8E LI OMAN CUTTING.
Olympia, and we therefore urge the table at 81)4c per cental for No. 1 ship steadily up to the present time, with
this evening says that King Menelek’s thing went on bwimmingly, between tak- been rescued or voluntarily brought
«ODIUM AU. ORDIM TO
legislature to enact a law whicli will
expedition to South Abvssinia killed ing in washing and getting help from back to their friends. The kidnaping
E THE NEW YORK MUSICAL ECHO CO. ^
7,000 tribesmen, or one-tenth of the the township trustees and the ‘ pound j has caused more excitement than any- the panic three women fainted, ami one suspend the construction of said build M illing grades are slightly easy at 86)4
- Broadway Theatre Bldg , New York City. —.
was carrried in an insensible condition ing until more prosperous times than @90c per cental.
“ 1 am certain your treatment has
number given by the Tribuna.
W alla W alia wheat,
parties, until the other night, when a • thing which has occurred here for years,
C A N V A S S E R S W A N TC D .
from the house.
14-year-old girl appeared at the harem The manner in which the men were
and sought shelter. It was given, she seized, blindfolded, tied hand and ioot,
T h e P ro cla m atio n I«su ed .
O U T S ID E H ELP NEEDED.
this purpose shall have been more ac 70@72)4c for damp.
being very comely, and the man of the thrown into a carriage, driven five miles
weight and am still gaining, have a good
W ashington , February 27.—The pres house having a big heart. \V hen she out into the country and held captive
curately and fully ascertained.”
B a r l e y —Trade drags badly, buyers
appetite and sleep well. In fact, I can
ident lias issued a proclamation post learned the rules ot the institution, th a t, j n an empty farm house for nearly fif-
A deal has been consummated under
ers o f O h io.
poning t i e effect ol the new rules of Ihe every newcomer hail to become his wife,
whicli J. E. Jennings, of Salt Lake, and good, 72>4@73*4c for choice; brewing, conscientiously say I am a walking ad
teen hoars makes a highly interesting
vertisement for your treatm ent’ ”
will purchase the Ridenbaugh 85@90c per cental.
road at sea until some future date in ac- ®1*®
The )nf ll^ hbor8, story.
O ats — T here is no improvement to re
J. F allon , 154 South Green St.,
cord an ce with the act ot congress ap are gieat.y incensed, and are talking of which the kidnaping was intended to mittee investigating under the direction canal near Boise and some 8,000 acres of
port. Business continues to drag, and
proved on Saturday. In the proclama r*,cKPr^ switches, duckings, tar and have broken up, was, however, a
of Governor M cKinley for the unem land belonging to the company. The prices remain easv. M illing is quoted,
tion it is staled that this action is taken
ployed in the Hocking valley and other $350,000. The canal irrigates a large $1.02)4@ 1.16; surprise,$firstname.lastname@example.org; fancy
at the request of Great Britain.
I f yon will know more o f this treat
R u s s ia '« T ra n s -S ib e ria n R a ilr o a d .
G o o d P r i c e fo r a Stam p.
C A * I O B T A IN A P A T E N T ?
Ohio coal regions will report to the gov section of country below Boise, includ feed, $l.(Xemail@example.com; goo I to choice, 95®
S a n F r a n c i s c o , February 26.—O. Wi-
S an F rancisco , February 2 6 . — W ithin ernor this week and also to the commer ing lands in the vicinity of Nampa. It $1.; fair to goid. 90®95e; poor to fair, ment, and read the testimony of many
D U t r e M in E n g l a n d .
others, who have been cured by the tio S ritS rtiT
asseimsky and Count Kiasicky, chief the past week philatelic circles have cial bodies that its members represent is understood that an extensive coloni
$1.05(81.17)4; gray, 96>4@!>7)4c per
concim ile P a t r u l. ind bow to ob-
L ondon , February 27.— In the hearing and assistant, chief representative of the been excited over the "fin d ” and sale in in different cities. The committee found zation project is a part of the new own cental.
Compound Oxygen Treatment, not only fonutlon
Uln them sent free. AIM b CM^dfU. o f aMcbwb.
ers’ scheme to be followed by the erec
bwl « id .„entitle book, »ent free.
by the house of commons of the relief department of construction of the trans- this city of one of the greatest stamp much suffering and destitution existing
tion of extensive beet-sugar works. Mr.
PM*nt. taken through Mum A Ob. racMv.
P otatoes — Volunteer new potatoes, diseases, send for book of two hundred •Psclal notte, la tbe M e le n tlb e A m c r f r a a . and
committee Mr. Hardie, M. P., said the Siberian railway, were among ihe pas varieties. C. K . Sturtevant, of Oak and lias concluded that outside help is Jennings is prominently identified with
th y . V i brought widely barer, tbe public with,
distress wa« so widespread that a separ sengers who arrived from the Orient on land, manager for a large San Francisco absolutely necessary until the mines the Utah Sugar Company. He has been l)4 @ 2c per pound; Early Rose, 45@60c; pages, sent free. Or call and see ns. out coat to the Inventor. T b u «Sem in) paper,
Uaued weekly, elaguntly i II a«.rated, baa by ( C i t e
ate loan of £5,000,000 would be ne< es- the Gselic last night. They are on their real estate firm, by accident discovered open and enable the miners to become investigating the Boise section for two River Red, 20@30c; Burbanks. 30@45c;
sary to tide over the tiee Is of the unem way to St. Petersburg, where they are a Hawaiian 5-cent missionary stamp self-supporting. The Cincinnati cltam- years, and has said the soil and climate Oregon Burbanks, 40@90c; Salinas Bar- W e treat patients at the Office as well
sweets, 50c@tl as at home.
to report on progress being made in the the issue of w hich was only in existence
are peculiarly adapted to sugar-beet cul hanks,
for Rivers and $125® 1.50 per cental for
construction of the government’s rail a few week6. He disposed of it to II. J for relief. A t Buckingham the miners ture.
Ipful platee, in color«, and photograph» o f new
DRS. S T A R K E Y & P A L E N ,
‘lana, enabling 1
road, which is to extend from Vladivos- Crocker, San Francisco’s most prorni
and »eoure contracta._________
A S w ift T o rp e d o D estroyer.
l* M L N ? ì r t ( L , NEW TOB
i T ] • ! BaoADWAT.
, tock to Kabaroff in Siberia. They say nent collector, for $350 yesterday.
In M e m o r y o f th e D ea d Czar.
September and have not run since.
G lasgow , February 25.—The new tor- abont 700 miles of road is now finished,
S t . P etersburg , Febraary 26.- -The al.
! W ool — Fall— Free Northern, 7@8)4e
pedo destroyer Banshee was given an and they expect to have the entire line
S u lliv a n ’ s C om p an y D isban ded.
T h e A rm en ia n In q u iry .
o a r ha. ordered the apr.jintm .r,t of a N o r t l l „ n .h - f^ U v e , r„d7e ; . W h e r o Vnd
official trial on the Clyde to-day lasting in operation within two years.
J acksonville , Fla., Febraary 25.
C onstantinople ,
26. — commission to found in memory of the San Ji
nin, light and free, 5@ 6c. South-
three hours. The boat attained an av
John L. Sullivan’s vaudeville company Among the witnesses before the com late Czar Alexander
an institution era am
Joaqnin, defective, 3(S4c
G overn or H u gh e* to Be R em ov ed .
, , ,
erage speed of twenty-eight knots an
* • r u
disbanded here at noon to-day. M ostof mission of inquiry at Mooeh was a man where a home w ill be provided for dis
P h ie n ix , A n z., February 27.— I f s re-
hour. The Banshee is one of the forty-
abled authors, artists and actors.
F ree-C o ln a g e M an fo r P residen t.
r>w eat v
5“ ™ ° L ? d K 2 i ^ 7 ! i " b '’ "TMr-lan, will quick! r cure you of ail D.r-
. , ..
au a ai
. . its members will go north bundav morn-
. v I vous Of flw t s n ol the generative organs, such as ieoat Manhood
two vessels of this class authorized to ported
this evening that the removal of inj;. Dissatisfaction with their treat- who showed the delegates the wounds
W ashington , February 23.— “ Silver
i j ‘»lnglD the B.tck,8emii al -.mission*. Nervou« lw>Ulty,
which he said the Turkish said the Turk
he built by the government, and was
F o r A s s a u ltin g a B ritish C adet.
Piraplft, l nflinm to Marry, ¿xnauMUug nrtdta VarVweta a.J
Governor Hughes has been decided upon ment by the star is the cause. Billy ish soldiers had inflicted with their
Dollar” Bland, in an interview this
constructed by Laird Bros., who secured
C onstantinople , Febraary 26.— Savfet
at Washington, and that A. V. Quinn, W right, of Pittsburg, who took ont Snl- bayonets. The Turkish military sur
‘‘»cb If not checked leads to HpermatorrhOBa and
the contract to build five of them.
morning, declared that the free-silver
B E F OR E a n o A F TER al l the horror* of Im p o te o ry T r i f i r »K *^ "c le a o e e e *^ » U r « .
of Pbicm x, has been decided upon for livan as manager, and Seward, Danny geons deposed that
left Bey and two accomplices, who were men intend to get together and nomi
< n > in r v k
and the nrinarv organs o f all im puntiea
• I P I D F ^ E strengthens and restores small weak organa
the place. Mr. Qninn was formerly a Dwyer and three others will go to Cuba ' iy burns, In view of the conflict of evi- charger! with assaulting a British cadet
nate a free-coinage man for president in
T h e reason sufferers are rot cn.*ed by Doctors in because ninety per cent a*e 1
resident of Wvotc ing. He is a strong to-morrow and give sparring matches
P r s s i s l l l U . C C P ID E N E is the only known rem edy to cure without an operatio n SOQOtestii
D r P r l-e ’s C re a m B a k in g Pow der. Democrat, and for several terms served there for two months, after which they ueuce m e commissioners urged that the recently, have been found gnilty and the next campaign. H e said the money
ala A written gonranteegiven and m oney returned If six boxes does rot effect a i ’
wounds be examined by a surgeon with- sentenced each to eight vears’ imprieon- question will be the only issue of that
f 1.00 a box, six for f 5.00. by mall. Bend for r a g k circular and testimootela
W o rld 's F a ir H igh e st A w a rd .
his party in the Wyom ing legislature, will
g ° 1® Spain.
out official relations to the government, ment at hard labor.
k Address D A V o la J I E D I C I X E C © „ P. O. Box »Th, Baa Francteeo, C al Jbrfetfsfry
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Sanden Electric Co,
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