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COTTAGE GROVE. LANE COUNTY. OREGON. SATURDAY, MARCH 9. 1895.
Cottage Grove Echo-Leader,
Echo-Leader B uilding.
E. P. THORP,
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W H IS K Y
SESSION IS ENDED
o f R e o r g a n iz a tio n to Be M a d e P u b
lic T h is W e e k .
C h ic a g o , III arch 6 —The conference
of the attorney« of the whisky trust
ended to-day and Messrs. Bijur and
Cadwalader left this afternoon for New
York. The matters requiring the atten
tion of the lawyers have been satisfac
torily settled. The draft of a plan of re
organization, which the New York coun
sel brought with them, was accepted,
with a tew amendments suggested by
the Chicago attorney, Levi Mayer. The
plan of reorganization will be submitted
to the entire committee next Wednes
day in New York for its appioval. The
local members of the conference refuse
to give any intimation as to the plan of
reorganization, but say that it will be
made public Thursday or Friday of this
Mr. Harrison, one of the ac
countants, who lias been making an ex
amination of tiie trust’s books, is still at
work here, and Mr. O’ Brien, the other
expert, lias returned to Peoria. A ttor
ney Mayer, when asked what had been
the result of the experts’ examination,
“ I cannot discuss the disclosures made
by the examination of the company’s
books, as to give details would be quite
improper at tins time. I have n j objec
tion to saying that there is at hand the
most substantia! evidence which places
tiie old managers in an unenviable posi
tion. Tiie profligate recklessness, not
to say dishonesty, with which certain
deals were made are astounding. Con
tracts, in which some of the officers
were financially interested and which
needlessly cost tiie company a vast
sum of money, were made with the fa
cility with which a child blows bubbles
from a pipe. The old management has
been a mosaic of rottenness, whose ex
posure both justice and the rights of the
defrauded stockholders demand.”
I t ia a Q u estion W h e th e r She W i l l
P a r d o n e d o r P u n is h e d .
The Fifty-Third Congress Ac
complished But Little.
R E V IE W
OF I T S W O R K
S an F rancisco , March 5.— Special
correspondence from Hawaii says that
the president is reported to be wavering
between granting the ex-queen her full
pardon or letting the sentence stand. It
is common talk that Mrs. Dole is inter
ceding lor the ex-queen. Indeed, the
feeling against the ex-royal lady has de
creased so that it is tiie general nope in
the city that she will be pardoned, not
liecause she is not guilty, but on account
of her age. ill health, previom misfor-
fortunes, and further because Lhe is the
only woman mixed up in the affair.
Charles B. Wilson, the authorized agent
of the ex-queen, says he knows of his
o » n knowledge that not only Honolulu
ladies, but men also are making a strong
fight for the ex-queen’s pardon. Per
sonally he has no doubt tiiat the pardon
will be granted. H e also says and au
thorizes the statement that he lias ad
vised her not to ask for pardon under
any circumstancts, but to rely on her
letter of abdication solely. Tiie ex
queen has it in her power to do some
good among the natives, but it is feared
that her natural disposition will prevent
her from fully accepting the situation.
She may, however, do so, and if she
does she will not suffer any hardship at
the hands of the government. Her con
finement will be at present in the ex
ecutive building, which was her former
palace. She will occupy one of the large
and airy rooms formerly used by her
and over-looking the fine park surround
ing the building.
Condensed Telegraphic Reports
o f Late Happenings.
TA K E N H O T FROM T H E W IR E S
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U.S. Gov’t Report
Business is very quiet. Stocks of vege
tables were light, but country produce
came in heavily. This was especially
the case with eggs, which are weak and
still tending lower. The hay market is
overstocked, and sales are difficult. No
changes are reported in the staple gro
ABSOLUTELY PU B E
W h e a t M a r k e t.
B u d g et o f N e w « fo r E a sy D ig e s tio n F rom
There is not much business passing in
dan F ra n c isc o ** A im .
B A T T L E S H IP O R E G O N .
the local wheat market. Quotations are
S an F b a x c m c o , March 2«— At a large
In g to n , O re g o n and I d a h o —Ite m s o f a shade firmer, hut not materially higher. S u g | «itio D S fo r a G ra n d N a v a l D i- p la y ly attended meeting of San Francisco
t o A g r e e I p o u Im p o r ta n t Q u estion s
For export purposes Walla Walla wheat
at San F ra n c is c o .
In te r e s t to P a c ific C oa st P e o p le .
business men this afternoon a “ Half-
is worth 41 @ 42c per bushel, and Valley
W h ic h S h o u ld H a v e B een D e c id e d .
, March 4.— Now that Million Club” a as organized. The ob
Grant’s Pass, Or., has 405 boys and 75@77>.,c per cental.
W a s h i n g t o n , March 5. — A review of
the Olympia has secured her quota of ject of the organization, a« expressed in
355 girls of school age.
the work of tiie last session of the fifty-
men the battle-ship Oregon ia receiving a resolution which was adopted, is “ for
The farmers about Silver Lake, Or.,
the purpose of united effort in bringing
P r o d u c e M a r k e t.
third congress must necessarily deal
are desirous of establishing a creamery.
her fair share of attention. The work
altout such additions to the le-ddent
lour — Portland, Salem, Cascadia and
more with what was attempted to be
The school census in Corvallis, Or.,
men of the Union ironworks are putting population of this city that it will ag
shows 352 females and 316 m ales; total
done than that which was accomplished,
Golddrop, 42.50; Snowflake, $2.30; Ben the finishing touches on her, and she is g r e g a t e in number* half a million ot
since most of the important busiuess
ton county, $2.30; graham, $email@example.com; nearly ready to be turned over to the people before the year
Aft effort is being made to start up tiie superfine, $1.90.
mated population of the city now is
considered has been relegated to the first
Ocoeta, Wash., m ill plant that has been
A d v e r t is in g F a t * M a de K n o w n on A p
O a t s — Good white oats quoted weak at
class. The session has been particular
pers here says:
idle for a year.
p lic a tio n .
28@30c; milling, 31@32c; gray, 26@28c.
ly marked by the inability of the senate
“ She being the first vessel of her line ,
The city council of Seattle has donated Rolled oats are quoted as follows: Bags
and house to agree upon any of tiie most
$200 to the Salvation army to be used in $firstname.lastname@example.org; barrels, $email@example.com; cases. ever constructed on tiie Pacific Coast,
naval officers are particularly anxious to
its labor relief work.
C H U R C H D IR E C T O R Y .
important problems presented by them.
B ar le y — Feed barley, 62l,,@65c per make tiie transfer of the vessel an oc
It is proposed to hold an encampment
Congress met December 4 last with
of G. A. R. veterans of Eastern Oi
Jregor cental; brewing, 80<a85c per cental, casion for a naval demonstration in the
one imperative and perennial task, to
/TT-VfBKKLAND PKEHBYTKKÍAN CHURCH—
bay of San Francisco. There are enough
according to quality.
at Fdgin, July 23 and 24.
Sunday school, 10 a . m . Preaching, 11 a . m .
H ay — Timothy, $firstname.lastname@example.org per ton; ehips at Mare Island to make up quite a
and 7 p. M. ’ P n y e r meeri-.g. each Wednesday at
There are 12,000 sacks of grain in the
squadron. The two revenue cutlers,
ation bills. N ext in importance was the
8 p M. (“ We»r<* jo irney ng unto a place of
Monkland district of Sherman county, cheat, $email@example.com; clover, $7.50®8; oat, $7 Corwin and Rush, could be pressed into
which tn** Ixird said, I w 1 1 ! give it you; come
financial question, for which no definite
@ 8; wheat, $7®8.
tho i w th u< and we w ill do tnee good.” —
plan of settlement beyond many fiee-
MiLLBTUFrs — Bran, $12.00; shorts, service, besides the coast survey boats
F. Z. SE S B E lT, Pastor.
Four regulars and eight specials are $13.50; chop feed, $12@15; middlings, now in Oakland creek and those not on
silver bills and various individual
to be dropped from tiie Spokane police none in m arket; chicken wtieat, 671* duty. Tiie secretary of the navy could
schemes was then in view. Several im
illlK lS T I A N C H I'R C H —SERVICES AT 11 A.
force in the interest of economy.
be persuaded to give orders to have the
M. and 8 p. m . Sunday school at 10 a . m .
portant bills came over as a heritage
@75e per cental.
Y. P. S. C. E., etch Sunday at 4 P. m . Midweek
irom the preceding eession. Foremost
As soon as the weather is suitable the
B utter — Fancy creamery is quoted at ships placed under the orders of an act
prayer an l pra *e services, Wednesday evening
among those in tiie house w ere:
prisoners in Spokane county, Wash., 22j*@25c; fancy dairy, 17>6@20c; fair ing admiral. Tiie coast defence vessel
a t7 oY lock . Musical ieLear*al, each Saturday
Tiie Nicaragua canal bill, the railroad
evening at 7 oc louk.
jail wili be set to work on the roads.
to good, 12T4@15c; common, 8® 10c Monterey could act as flagship. The
morning of the formal transfer of tiie
pooling bill, and the bill for the settle
M IS S IO N A R IE S IN D A N G E R .
The woolen mills at Bandon, Or., are per pound.
I I ETH ODIST C H U R C H-SU N D A Y SCHOOL
ment of the indebtedness of tiie Pacific
P otatoes —Q uotations wholly nomi Oregon, the naval fleet at Mare island
i l l at ¡0 a . m . Pre ching each fourth Sunday
could steam slowly down from tiie yard
railroads known as the Reilly bill.
T h o s e o f th e A m e r ic a n H oard S u spected keep at it all summer. A shortage of nal.
morning and evening. Prayer meeting, every
The Nicaragua canal project has not
O n io n s — Good Oregon, 90c@$l per and take up its station in the hay on
Thursday ulght. •* The I.ord Is in His holy tem
o f In s u r g e n t D e s ig n s .
wool is threatened.
an imaginary line, run north from
been able to secure a hearing in the
REV. E. OITTINS, Pastor.
Many owners of hopyards are putting
C o n st an t in o ple , March 5.— The situ
house. Largely through the enthusiastic
P oultry — Chickens, old, $firstname.lastname@example.org about a mile off shore from Goat
A N E W F O E T O F IG H T .
efforts of Morgan of Alabama the senate ation of the missionaries of the Am eri
per dozen; young, $1.75® 2.50 per dozen; Island.
bill was pushed to a vote in that body can board residing at Amaiash is criti but little more than poles and lasts for ducks, $4.0O@4.50; geese, $6.00; turkeys, other vessels could form another line
a number of years.
C h ec k -R a is in g ; S w in d le r s S a id to H a v e after protracted debate, and was sent to
live, at 6@8c per pound; dressed, 10® further west, and at a giv n time tiie
a N e w F ra s e r.
A public wool warehouse and market 11c per pound.
Oregon could eb am through the gaunt
the house, where tiie conference com cal. Two of them are British subjects.
O m a h a , March 6.— Startling develop mittee substituted its own bill, which
E ggs — Oregon were quoted weak at let, and after passing, he followed by
the rest of the fleet. A fter a marine
l l ® l l * * c per dozen.
ments were made in the Union Pacific had been on the calendar throughout Alepo declares that he suspects them of
T ropical F r u it — California lemons, parade tiie local naval reserve and crews
Russia W ill Concede to No Fur check-raising swindle today, which are the eession and which diffeied in several insurgent designs, and has ordered their on It stone
ie said there is to be a boom in the $2.5O@3.50; Sicily, $4.50; bananas, of the warships could arrange a series of
points from the Morgan bill. The pool letters opened and sent to Alepo, where
calculated to alarm all corporations pay ing bill was passed by the house early in they will be examined before delivery. Althouse mining district this year, and Honolulu, $1.50® 2 50; New Orleans, »2 barge races and boat drills. The Union
ing in checks. The discovery was made tiie session, but the senate refused to Boxes of food and clothing addressed to tiiat 150 stamps will he at work in the @3.50 per bunch; California navels, iron works would undoubtedly be w ill
vicinity of Browntown.
$2.25® 3.00 per box ; pineapples, Hono ing to offer a prize for the fastest barge
that the gang who operated on the Un consider it by a negative vote of 42 to them must now be examined by the po
24 on the question of considers tion. lice ot Amarash, despite their already
The Heppner, Or., board of trade has lulu, $email@example.com; sugar loai, $5. Figs, crew, entries to be open to the naval re
ion Pacific have a mode of erasing ink strong opposition to the Reilly bill was being inspected at Alexandria upon en appointed a committee to see what can
California black, boxes, quoted at $1.25; serve crews and regulars alike.
O P I N I O N S F R E E L Y E X P R E S S E D with an acid, which deties the best de
“ I f it is decided to arrange a great
developed in the house, and alter a very tering the country. The chief of police be done to open a road between that sacks, 4 ® 5c; California white, 10-pound
tectives, and which is guaranteed not to sharp debate it was recommitted to the in Am ;rash consequently has seized city and Parris creek.
boxes, 90c®$1.00; 25-pound boxes, $2.50; naval show the Oregon can perhaps be
show the slightest presence of acid or committee without instructions.
several of such boxes. He also impris
A subscription is being taken among sacks, 6@8c; Turkish, boxes, 14@16c; duly christened July 4 next. I t is not
g h e W ill 01.jf.-rt, Hu th e I'r e n . S a y ., to other foreign substances. The amount
expected her guns w ill be furnished her
Several important bills were placed on oned the muleteers conveying them. He
C u p ano P â y C H t
secured by tiie work of the gang is not the calendar of the senate at tiie begin publicly declared that the missionaries the sportsmen of W alla Walla, Wash., fancy large, 20®21c; bags, 10c.
• la p .li A r q t irin g C h in e .e T e r r it o r y
F r e s h F r u i t — Apples, good, $firstname.lastname@example.org by that time, but the ship will be prac
known, but it is not as large as at first ning of tiie term, handed down from were importing arms t nd had a large for the importation of 400 pairs of bob-
per box; common, 75c®$1.
white quail to stock that section.
o r K e ta ln in g C o r e a —A T im e fo r J a supposed. The amount is not regarded
A work of art and scle ce, devoted to the
the long session, when they had been quantitv stored, ready for use against
O r e g o n V e g e t a b l e s —Cabbage, lV4c few turret plates and pieces of ordnance. streiiKth and development o f pure mnniv and
A Tacoma, Wash., firm is making large
pan to P a u .e autl C o n s id er.
ot much importance, however, as passed by tiie house. Prominent among the Mohammedans. The bigotry ot the
anl > \Uor, called ‘ Three CUa-es of Men,”
w ill b.- mailed, e oe*-lv ca lc), fr.-e *o ev. rv man
compared with the new process which is them was a bill to establish a uniform ignorant people, already aroused against shipments of eggs to Montana. This ie
C a l i f o r n i a V e g e t a b l e s — Brussels and a mock ceremony gone through or woman who woul l s inly t i* 8iibj**Ci. lor
a result of the Eastern blizzards cutting
S t . F etershuhg , March 6. — The puzzling the company’s chemists and
i system of bankruptcy, which was de the Armenians, is now directed against off the supply from that direction.
sprouts, $1.25 per 30-pound box; string with. A t the naval pay office and at their (.wn advancement. iu*fh s w rk a e em-
on which J
the , 1 bated
(iraslidanin says that if Japan should detectives.
eide- j tiie missionaries. Disaster is possible
beans, 12@13o per pound; green peas, Mare island it is said that if the people bi-d i'd he plain, * ano d r< tl s rdatin v I«* the
oevel'*pment a .1 recove > <f mental, phy*i< al
insist on any partition of China or on checks are prirteu has been regarded , tracked. Another unsuccessful measure any moment unless the agitation be
12® 13c per pound; artichokes, 90c® of Vallejo, San Francisco and Oakland and * x 11 «.I force» in >outt8, nidi g i.i and
would make it known tiiat they intend oid men.
acquit ¡ng Corea, she would assuredly
Wash., are talking of jointly building a
against manipulation, but the opera- a'go ou the senate calendar the four bills
ed to arrange for the first naval display
'•W no lack* in one function*, while • iff -rons
have to reckon with Kussia as an armed tions of the expert swindlers shatter tiie
;ood road in that region eighteen miles dozen ; $2.50 per crate; sweet potatoes, of modern warships ever held in western in f .II o he 6. i* not a* Natuie made him, and
house had sent over to be placed on
$3.00®3.50 per cental; cucumbers, hot
runs be renewed”
claims of the inventors of the paper that the free list, sugar, coal, iron and barbed
in i! e vital orffsnn is mtnutural in
N ew Y o r k , March 5.— A number of
There is a project on foot to open up a house, $email@example.com; garlic, 8@10c per undoubtedly, try to rush material to the all Weakness
.T h e wire, but the attempt to secure consider-
The Moscow (iazette says: “ It is im their invention is acid-proof.
men. I t i s d e «o improper eare of tlie func
trail and postal route between Grant’s pound; lettuce, 25c per dozen, $1 per Oregon’s builders so that they m ight tion* end wed by Nature with perfect vigor,
possible to permit the smallest seizure
Pass and Gold Beach, Or., by way of tiie box ; asparagus, 18@20c per pound ; new complete the ship, thus enabling her to an since Nature gives this strength, if it ha*
erasure mark, and the amount of the hy a small majority, and the opposition
been wa t. d sfie m ud be called upon to renew
of Chinese soil by Japan. Corea must check in figures in the corner, as well as (0 (fie three others was so apparent that Clarendon hall to-day and organized the junction of Rogue and Illinois rivers. potatoes, 3 '2c per pound.
e o n u
m I « * »««.
s. d. Nothing
N u t s — Almonds, soft shell, 9 @ llc be formally turned over to the authors- j Ì7. Natural temed
be evacuated and further encroachments tiie written amount in tiie body of the thev have been allowed to pass into ob- American Telegraph Union. There were Illahee, Reuben and Leland.
a cio er relMtío'i to the element«of nexual
per pound; paper shell, 12‘ .j@14o; new
The Sfclem, O.*., postmaster has been
prevented. If Japan has anything of check, was wiped out as completely as if Jivion.
It is liaure, embodied in h portable.convenient
C o rru p tio n an d M i«iiia iia g e n ie n t.
ing waa called to order by Robert L. j ' " 1; N T ’. r " ’ r 7 T 7 — :— ------ crop California walnuts, soft shell,
and «*tteoti»e «pjiHRiice when Dr. Sat den'«
that nature in .lew, it is time for her to cloth bad been used in removing dust | TUe’ moet interesting chapter oi the Deakers, who made an address advocat d ire c te d o y the postal department to l l @ l 2 ^ c ; standard walnuts, 1 0 ',@ llc
G u th r ie , O. T., March 4.— The legis Electric Belt i* u*ed. If you lit* k in mix re»i ect
from a table-top. What is to be done is **
history of the session is made hy the
discharge one carrier from his force. A Italian chesnuts, 12S,® 14c; pecans
pause and cant bier, as in such a case the question which ie perplexing the
the niaiilv powers y tt $houl<i po*se**, *en«l at
lative committee sent to investigate the once
attempt at financial legislation in both ing government control of the telegraph remonetrauce petition is being signed to 13® 16c; Brazils,
for th*s srientifi * book th eh w ill spre d
^ Abe neutrality of Russia cannot fie minds of the officials at the Union Pa
houses. These are too well known to re lines of the country. He was followed be forwarded to the postmaster-general. 14@15c; peanuts, raw, fancy, 6@7c; territorial agricultural college reported betöre you the only true and p rmanent re>to-
counted upon despite her love of peace.” cific headquarters to-day.
of men al,phy.*ienl and se w*l manhood.
quire recapitulation. No financial leg by others in the same strain, after which
The telephone system from Spokane roasted, 10c; hickory nuts, 8® 10c; co- this morning. The report, which is a
It has thousands of tegtimoniala from every
WHAT THE STANDARD WILL PRIST.
islation has yet resulted from the host the meeting went into secret session. A to Coeur d’ Alene ia to be extended to coanuts, 90c per dozen.
F itz s im m o n s and H U M a n a g e r.
hamlet In the couutty.
sensational one, charges corruption and
of hills introduced during the session, I committee was then selected from the Helena and other Montana points,
f t s o o n . March 6.—The Standard will
W ool — Valley, 8@10c, according to
B a l t i m o r e , Md., March 6 . — Martin
with more or less weight ot authority companies represented at the meeting, twenty-five miles of wire being put quality; Umpqua, 7@9c; fall clip, 6@6c; mismagement of the affairs of the col
to-moi row print the following dispatch
viz: The Western Union, Postal Cable
lege from its foundation. Salaries of
Lehmayer, acting as counsel for Charles behind them.
from its Berlin correspondent:
under ground in crossing the Coeur Eastern Oregon, 5®7c.
$1.200 and $1,500 were paid to political
Tiie principal class of legislation ac Company and the railroad and press d ’Alenes.
“ Men here w ho know tiie situation in Glori, to-day secured an injunction
ops — Choice, 7c; medium, 4@6c;
favorites, who did absolutely nothing;
hy the short session was wires. This committee after a confer
Eeastern Asia in regard to tiie negotia against Bob Fitzsimmons and the ap-
Captain Maltby has sent the W hat
members of the board of regents voting
that making appropriation for the sup ence recommended the election of a com, Wash., board of trade some sam
tions between Japan and China, believe !
pointment of a receiver for the Fitzsim- |
port of the government. Not a little board of directors composed of nine ples of Wilson hvbrid tobacco raised on ll>*@ 12c per pound; hams, picnic, each other large amounts for purely im
more strongly than ever that China
aginary services. Thousands of dollars
wishes to gain tune to come to an under mon’s show. The company is booked general legislation was incorporated members, lo have general charge of the his farm at Lynden. This year he and 1 0 @ llc ;
standing with Kussia. I t is state«I that at Kernan’s theatre this week. George into the appropriation bills. The bills organizrtion until the national conven G. L. Rainsdel will raise about ten acree short clear sides, 1 0 @ llc; dry salt were squandered for supplies which
were never unpacked and might never
Rn-sia is not disposed to consider fa W . Bile, treasurer of the theatre, was in the order in which they passed the tion should be held. This was agreed • f the Havana variety.
sides, 9@ I0c; dried beef hams, 13
be needed, etc. The institution has cost
| to, and the following were elected:
vorably the large concessions proposed made r. ceiver with instructions to con house w ere:
@14c; lard, compound, in tins, 8,Si@
R. L. Deakers, W. O. Eastlake, J. P.
H. B. Williame, F'rank Cook et al.,
nearly $40,000 a year, while the attend
by a special envoy with a view of obtain tinue the performances, but not to pay | For the military academy (W est
9 ‘ ac; lard, pure, in tins, 7 ‘ .> @ ll^ c ; pigs’
ance of scholars has been small, there
Kagen, C E Thompeon, T J . Dunn, D.
Glori or Fitzsimmons any salary. The PointJ, army , -----
ing possibly greater favors later on.”
feet, 80s. $3.50; pigs’ feet, 40s, $3.25;
never being over a dozen students pres
d consular, District of Co- L -R u esell, J. J. Whalen, T. J. Cusey
bi 1 of complaint alleges that the show diplomatic and
CHINESE PEACE COMMISSION.
ent outside of Payne county.
belongs jointly to Glori and Fitzsim- lumbia, postal, agricuitaral, Indian,
L o n d o n , March 6 — A Shanghai dis
mons and that the latter lias ousted the sundry civil, legislative, executive and
S tu ck C lo s e r T h a n a B r o th e r .
patch savs ex-M inister Foster, connsel
M e rc h a n d is e M a rk e t.
plaintiff from the copartnership. This judicial, navy and general deficiency,
for the Chinese commission, will leave
soldiers and sailors who served in the
L a m b e k t v il l e , N. J., March 4.— An A Never Falling
Fersrnal W e a k
T h e P o s to ffic e D e p a rtm e n t.
evening Fitzsimmons stated that he | When the last week of congress began
almon .— Columbia, river No. 1, tails,
for Tien Tsin to-morrow. A Pekin dis
eccentric old lady died not long ago at Cure tor All
would disband his company next Satur the tiouse had passed all except the
ness ol Hen.
a s h in g t o n , March 5. — When Post
pat li says Li Hung Chang will leave to
The Tacoma, Wash., committee in
day night, and in that way get rid of general deficiency, and the senate had master-General Bissell retires from of-
fancy, No. 1, flats, $1.75® 1.85; Alaska, Reiglesville, N. J., a short distance above
morrow with powers as peace commis
charge of the army-poet matter has de
Captain Glori. Fitzsimmons was asked the last four yet to consider. The pen-;
No. I, tails, $1.20® 1.30; No. 2, tolls, $1.90 this city. She was known to have been
sioner en rou e to Japan.
“ e Wl have nearly cleared up the cided to report in favor of a half-dozen @2.25.
if G lori’s withdrawal would affect his sion bill as enacted contained provi- l
I l RFS W ITHOUT M K D iriN E A L L WEAK-
TOLD WHAT JAPAN WILL REQUIRE.
aions that pensions shall not be paid to presidential-postmaster docket. A t pres sites as follows: East Side of American
match with Corbett. H e said:
I ne*s rcsnlline from overtax-*tlon of brain,
S ugar — D, 4lgc; C, 4c; extra C ,4 s^c: the possessor of government bonds lo
L o n d o n , March 6.— Mr. Kato, the Jap
Not in any way. I t is niv money non-residents who are not citizens of ent there are about thirty offices to be Ijtke, west side of American Lake. Span- dry granulated, 5 '4c; cube crushed and a large amount when living, and that, t erve for ’es, excesses <>r india-retiour, as drains,
nervou* debtlitv. *leepleksne**, languor,
anese minister ho e, has had a long in that is up with the exception "o f $750. the United States, except for actual dis- tilled before March 4 next. There are
powdered, tijjc per pound; l4c per pound having no faith in banks, she had se rheu-TvatUm, kidn y, liver and hUdder com
terview with I-oid Kimberley, the sec On account of all my troubles I have abilities incurred in the service, direct- 1 now before the senate for confirmation W hyte’s place, Edison site, near Edison, discount on all grades for prompt cash ; creted them somewhere aliout her home plaint. 1 *m * back, lumbago aciatica, getiernl ill
etc. This Rlectric Be't ‘ ontain* wonder
retary for foreign affairs, during which been compelled to ask Corbett to grant ing examining surgeons to state the rat- forty-one nominations, and about twen- and Point Defiance.
half barrels, % c more than barrels; or premises. A diligent search after her health,
ful improvements over all o'he-s,and g ive« a
he communicated Japan’s requirements me a little more time, and he has done ings to which they say the applicants ty are so indorsed that there will be no
Olympia people are determined to re maple sugar, 15@16c per pound.
death failed to reveal the place of their current that 1* instantly felt by the wearer, or
with reference to China’s peace envoys. so. Mv money will be forthcoming, and are entitled, and fixing the lowest rate question as to senatorial approval. The sent to the utmoet the action of Ta
C o f f e e — Costa Rica, 22@231*c; Rio, 20 concealment, and their hiding place was we forfei $o000. We g ve hunur«.d $ of testimo
in this city and every State.
Glori will have nothing to do with it.” of pension at $6 a month. The diplo- | principal offices still to be filled are at coma’s newspapers and chamber of com @22c;
Salvador, 21@211sc; Mocha, not discovered until the old lady was be nials
T H E R EBELS AT M USCAT.
Our powerful im proved Electric Huspennory
matic and consular bill increased the Cincinnati and Cleveland. Aliout 375
26}*@28c; Padang Java, 31c; Palembang ing prepared for banal, when a porous is free with ail Be ta.
salaries of several foreign representa- Republican postmasters will hold over work on the capitol, and business men Java, 26@28c; Lahat Java, 23(<i25c; Ar- plaster was noticed on her body, and
A pocket edition o f ihe celebrated electro-
T h e y O cc u p y t h e T o w n »m l th e S u ltan *«
tives, and the senate placed in it an until the next congress meets, unless are correspondingly grateful for Seattle's buckle’s Mokaska and Lion, $23.30 per upon its removal the bonds were found med;cal work, ” Three <: ass.*s of Men.” illur-
trated, is sent free, sealed, bv mail, upon app’i-
T r o o p * th e F o r t.
T h e y W e r e D r iv in g a Band o f H orses amendment authorizing the president ! vacancies are caused by deaths or resig- friendliness on wiiat is to Olympia the 100-pound case; Columbia, $22.80 per secreted beneath it.
ca»ion. Everr i otti g, middl** ag* d or old man
In t o O reg o n .
to contract for laying a cable between nations, for during the period extending all-important question.
suffering the slighte t weakness should read it.
L ondon , March 6. — The K ilw a ’s pas
It w ill point out an easv.sure and sp «ed yw *y
A compromise has been effected in the
C o al — Steady ; domestic, $firstname.lastname@example.org
W a lla W a l l a , Wash., March 6.—
sengers from Kurrache8 state tiiat the
to regain strength and health when every
States and to use $500,000 in the work, congress in the following December this affairs of the Aberdeen, Wash., bank, per ton; foreign, $email@example.com.
F ort S mith , Ark., March 1.— In the how
thing else ha* failed. Address
rebels at Muscat number 350. They are Sheriff Ellingsworth and Constable an amendment which the house refused number were appointed.
B eans — Small white, No. 1, 3j^c per United States court to-day the jury re
and joint receivers have been appointed
armed with Martini rffies, and are ex \ Gibbs overtook and arrested Charles Orr ' to accept. The agricultural bill empow
by the superior court. In consequence pound; butter, 3 )*c; bayou, 3c; Lima, turned a verdict against the outlaw
cellent mark-mer and still hold the and an accomplice, said to be a butcher, ered the secretary of agriculture to en
the appeal has been withdrawn, and the 6c.
I.. R . S t o c k w e i r . T r o u b t « . .
“ Cherokee B ill,” guilty of murder.
C o r d a g e — Manilla rope, lf^-inch, is
town. Tiie sultan’s troops,2,560 strong, who had stolen and were driving a band force rules for the inspection of live
S an F rancisco , March 4.— L. R. Stock- receivers are now hard at work endeavor
cattle whose meat is intended for ship
occupy tiie forts. The latter are armed of horses from Eureka Flat into Oregon.
abroad in any form, and regula- well, the well-known comedian, ran receivers are: J. P. Carson, of Monte
with weapons of ancient pattern. Sev The stealing had been going on for a j ment
tions to prevent the ship rnent of Con into a whole lot of trouble when he came sano, and Eugene France, of Aberdeen.
eral corpses were lying in the streets of tong time, but the thieves could not be \
demned carcasses abroad or from one to San Francisco with H oyt’s " A Tem Both are well-known business men, and
the town, end if anylxxly tried to re apprehended. Orr and companioncame
M e a t M a rk e t.
move them he was fired npon. The into town to-day, leaving the band near state to another, and fixed heavy penal perance Town” company. Less than a depoeitore can rest satisfied that their
B eef — Gross, top steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org;
interests will be protected in every way fair to good steers, $2.00@ 2 25; cows,
rebels treat the citizens well. Some the city, and when returning to resume
year ago Stockwell failed here as a the-
$email@example.com; dressed beef, 4@6c per
British residents occupy a large coal the drive were met by Gibbs, who noti Considerable legislation was included in ; atrical manager. After that his wife, possible.
“ In February, 1862, I had six hem
¡senator Campbell’s bill, which is prac pound.
j4ied belonging to the residency. Others fied Ellingsworth, and the two started
known to the theatrical world as Ethel
tically for the relief of the city ol Ta
^*i tioaril vessels or have fled inland. and overtook the men about three miles
M utton — Gross, beet sheep, wethers, orrhages from the lungs and for some
posed amendments. The completion cf Brandon, secured a divorce from him, coma, Wash., in permitting an extension
(T m o o worth of lovely Music for F o rty — *
$2.00@210; ewes, $firstname.lastname@example.org; lambs, months was under the care of two doc
8,1 English missionary who below the city. Ellingsworth covered several public buildings was providta ’ alleging desertion. Stockwell in the
J ) j y . . Cents, consisting
of too pages ^
of the water system, passed the senate, $2, dressed mutton, 4@4>|c; lambs, 4>*c
had g o n e t W 1'« -widency was tooted. the men with a gun. and his command
full size Sheet Music of the
tors, and finally went to Denver, bat re
for in the bill as it passed the house,
latest, brightest, liveliest and most popular ^
The surgeon o l * 1,p r « " » M c y . while in a to throw up their hands was obeyed. and sums were added in the senate Since his return his ex-wife’s lawyers and was imm«»Jiately transmitted to the per pound.
selections, both vocal and Instrumenta!,
house and passed there. Two years ago
V eal — Dressed, small, 5@6c; large, 3 turned without any benefit to my
boat flving the B*nirSlM**8• wa* P,r , a*: The officers brought both men to the for new buildings.
gotten up in the most elegant manner, in
Another senate are P8'd to have been annoying him over the city of Tacoma at a special election
health. I then read of your treatment,
cluding four large size Portraits.
The warships Sphinx aniT"BF8vL”|e
city and locked them in the county jail. imendment provided for the purchase money matters, and still more trouble appropriated $360,000 for the extension @4c per potted.
CARMENCITA, ihe Spanish Dancer,
and sent for some, from which I -felt
a brother-in-law o.' the Powell for $150,000 of the site of the Biaine came down upon him to-day, when sev of its water system to I’attison springs.
PADEREW8KI, the Great Piamitt,
eral of his old creditors attached for debt
ADEUNA PATTI and
These did not have the capacity sup 4 j*c per pound.
( 't a i l ’ s C o n .tlt u t lo n a l C o n v e n tio n .
UINNiE 8EUQHAN CUTTING.
*> » transfer of the military prison at his salary due from the H oyt company. posed, and as the money was voted for
business on E n rek a F laT Tof* yearsT'ntn
steadily ap to the present time, with £
S a l t L a k e , Utah, March 6 . —The con
ADonesa all o r o im to
at the request of officers vanished.
Fort LeavenCHrlt:, ! f - n-. to
a special purpose it was impossible to
vention to frame a constitution for the
ment of justice, to i a known as the
extend the system in any other direction
A M ost C o m p le te T ir e d n e « « .
S A N F R A N C IS C O M A R K E T S .
Broadway Theatre Bldg., New York City. -*
A tt e m p t to T a x In d ia n «.
“ I am certain your treatment has
state of Utah, to Oe submitted to the
United States penitentiary anil main
without another vote of the people. Tiie
CANVASSERS W ANTED
G u t h r i e , O. T. March 6 .— The at tained for keeping United States prison
been the means of restoring my health.
voters next November, met in this city
bill is for the purpose of again submit
F lour — Net oa-h pricss: Fam ily ex
tempt of the authorities of Payne to ers who have heretofore been held in berlain, a retired captain of the British ting the matter.
at noon to-day. It is composed of 102
tras, $email@example.com per barrel; bakers’ ex
Senator Ide’s bill for the relief of the tras, $firstname.lastname@example.org; superfine, $email@example.com, weight and am still gaining, have a good
members— fifty-seven Republicans and Jevy a tax on the Indians who occupy state prisons under contract. The naval army, shot and killed himself in hie
forty-five Democrats. Three Democrats allotments within the county has
big charter ridden cities of Spokane,
W h e a t — Prices keep fairly
ett-adv, appetite and sleep well. In fact, I can
and two R publicans have not yet ob aroused a troublesome opposition. The i.avjf” prevision for two battleships and dressed “ To the coroner or to whomso Seattle and Tacoma provides for the though the friide is rather light. Quo
amendment of section 10, article I I of table at 82t£c per cental for No. 1 ship conscientiously say I am a walking ad
tained certificates owing to complica
red men agreed not to permit any val enlisted foree by the addition of 1,000 had no other motive for the act than “ a
tions. The principal subjects of interest
the constitution of the state of Wash ping, with 83$$c for choice product. vertisement for yonr treatment’ ”
promise to be the prohibition question uation of (heir belongings to be made men. The general deficiency bill as re most complete tiredness.” H e had lived ington, relating to county, city and M illing grades are slightly easy at 87)^
J. F allon , 154 South Green St.,
This agreement was ported to the house amounted to 16,- too long, and was very tired. H e was township organization so as to read as
anti woman suffrage. Both party plat
. . .
@92)4 c per cental. W alla W alla wtieat,
M a CAVt A 16,1 HAUt MARKs^W
broken by an Indian, John Amble, and 159,539. An amendment requested by unmarried.
forms are committed to the latter, but
Corporations for municipal 78i4 ,a813ic per cental for fair average
he also gave the assessors information. the secretary of state, to pay Great Brit
C O P Y R IG H T S .^
special quanty, 81C4@86 c for bine stem and
are silent on the former.
. l . ii not he
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The other Indians have sworn to kill ain $426,000 damages for seizures of
I f von will know more of this treat
T h e C ou rt l i » . N o J u r lx d lc tlo n .
CAM I O B T A I N A P A T E N T f
lw s ; hut the legislature
by general 72}$@75c for damp.
prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to
him by the forms of torture usually ap sealers in Behring sea, was voted down
A ssessor* to M e et.
ment, and read the testimony of many M I ’ SN dk CO., who have bad nearly fifty yeanP
S an F rancisco , March 5. — The case laws ehall provide for incorporation, or
B a r l e y — A steadier feeling seems to
S po kane , Wash., March 6.— A conven
of Fred G. H all, the variety actor ganization and classification, in propor be developing, hut prices have not yet others, who have been cured by the tions strictly confidential. A l i andkeok of In
Amble is now under the protection of
concerning P a te n t« and bow to ob
tion of county assessors of Eastern
Feed, fair to Compound Oxygen Trea’ ment, not only formation
charged with grand larceny by Charles tion to population of cities and towns, been greatly disturbed.
tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan
the whites. This is the first attempt to
and scientific books sent free.
Washington will lie held in Spokane tax Indians.
Beckman, a recent arrival from V ic which laws may be altered, amended or good, 72>£@73:,4 c ; choice, 75i; brewing of coneumpt on, but of various other ical
N E B R A S K A ’S FARM ERS.
taken through Munn A Co. receive
toria, B. C., has been dismissed on mo repealed ; and cities and towns hereto 85@90c per cental.
notice in the S cien tific A m e rica n , and
March 15. Tiie purpose will be to de
diseases, send for hook of two hundred special
fore or hereafter organized, and all
thus are brought widely before the public with*
W i l l R e v o lu t io n iz e Iro n -M a k in g;.
a t s — Trading continues of a jobbing
F iv e S ta te « W i l l C o n tr ib u te Seeds fo r
cost to the inventor. This splendid paper.
termine an equitab e basis for an assess
pages, sent free. Or call and see ns. out
S p r i n g f i e l d , O , March 6. —The in
Issued weekly, eleeantly illustrated, has by far tho
ground that the court had no jurisdic charters thereof framed or adopted by character, the demand being promptl
th e D ro u th -S u ffere rs .
ment ot personal property, with particu
largest circulat ion of any scientific work In tho
authority of this constitution, shall be met. Prices are easy. M illing is quoted
a yew. Samp‘e copies sent free.
lar reference to livestock. The asses vention by George Harley, a foundry-
subject to and controlled hy general |1.02>i@ 1 .1 5 ; surprise,$firstname.lastname@example.org; fancy a8 at home.
O m a h a , March 5.—The members of
Building Edition, monthly, f£fi0a
sors agree tiiat the variation fixed on man of a process for making malleable
»Dies. *¿5 cents. Every number a
S t ill A n o t h e r A m e r ic a n H e lr e « « .
feed, $L.email@example.com; goo I to choice, 96@
plates, in colors, _____
and photographs o f new
the west side of the mountains for high- iron of excellent quality direct from
house*, with pians, enabling
■*' bui idersto
DRS. S T A R K E Y A P A L E N ,
The Washing-on senate passed five $1.; igir to go>d, 90@95c; poor
W a s h in g t o n , March 5. — The an
Chicago and St. Louis to secure seed
grade horses anil cattle cannot lie justly
daaifims and secure contracts. Address
moulds, has l«e n proved a success at
OKA, 301 B ho ADWIT.
nouncement is made of the engagement
applied to range stock on the east side.
to planters of oysters, and providing a $firstname.lastname@example.org>*; gray, 92*@ u7>ic per
teats made here. Harley claims that
his invention will revolutionize iron returned to-day, The boards of trade in of Miss Mary Leiter, daughter of Levi penalty for persons who remove eueh cental.
M ay B rin g
F ro m th e A r c t ic .
oysters in violation of the property
H o p s — Quotable at 4@8c per pound.
I xjndon , Mart h 6 — A letter dated at making, and this prediction is borne out
by the opinion of experts. The discov in Missouri and Illinois donate a car of lionaire, to the Hon. G. Curzon, M. P., rights of the planters; restricting the
P otatoes — Volunteer new potatoes,
Kjollefjord, February 24, has reached
“ C U P ID E S E "
ery is said to surpass in importance seed. Iowa, Minnesota and Indiana eldest son of Lord Scaredale, of England. gathering of oysters from natural beds ]*^@2c per pound; Early Rose, 40@55c;
This great Vegetable
Hammerfeet, Norway, which says that that made by Bessemer. A company also desire to contribute. It is esti No date has been eet for the wedding, except by hand; making it unlawful to River Red, 20@30c; Burbanks, 40@85c;
a telegraph insDectcr at a mountain sta has been incorporated with $1,000,000 mated by Secretary Nason that the five but it w ill probably occur soon after gather oyBters from any nr.tural bed or Oregon Burbanks, 40@90c; Salinas Bar-
i t a faruou* French physician, will quickly cure you of ail ner
or , diwoses
' Y l von*
- — , of the
- - generative
nerative organs, such a* Lust
reserve from June 15 to October 31 in banks,
By H arley’s process iron is states wili contribute not lees than 500 Lent.
tion lietween Lebeelyand Lanafjord saw capital.
Insomnia, rains In the Btick, feeni” I Fnji«s»on*, Nervous Ln-bliitv,
clusive; prohibiting dregding for oysters for Rivers and $1.25@ 1.50 per cental for
Y M * P‘tn
Unfliaeai to Murry, ¿.xnauetiug A/rnina, Varicocele a<!d
T h e T o t a l A p p r o p r ia t io n * .
a ballon niovinv in a southward direc made from an endless furnace with a ears of seed grain. The commission has
in any natural bed; permitting persons choice stock.
tion.. It is believed this may posiibiv peculiar method of controlling the ad made a careful estimate, and it ie stated
n»ss of disenarge, which if notcheetced leads to h permatorrhceaand
W ash in g to n , March 5. — The total ap-
who have entered upon tide lands, not
O n io n s — Quotable at 80c@$l per cent
B E F O R E u n A f t p 0 all the horror* of Impotency. C rriB »E ftB cia a a a a a tbeliver. U *
he carrying disnatcl es from Dr. Nansen, mission of air by which a thoroughly that to plant the land under cultivation
B E F O R E . * D A F T E R Y ¡ , i „ r , M<J th. urln.rv c, w . o i «11 impunU.^
molten condition of iron is obtained. It in the forty-three drouth-stricken coun priations of this congress shows that the in front of any city or town nor within al.
the Arctic explorer.
r r P l D F X E strengthens and re«toressmall weak organa.
is said that the Bethlehem, Pa., iron ties would require in the aggregate aggregate is dangerously near the $500,- two miles of such city or town, for culti
W ool — Fall— Free Northern, 7@8)^e:
Tiie rcMoa «ufTeren n ”*» rot cured by Doctor* i* because ninety per cent are troubled with
• t a l l ! I*. C C PID EN K is the only known remedy to cure without an operation.-----
men have expressed a willingness to pav 5,000,000 bushels. The planting of these 000,000 mark. The grand total of ap vation of artificial oyeter beds to pur Northern defective, 5@7c; Southern and
ala A written guarantee given and money returned if six boxes doe* not effect a
D r P r ic e ’s C re a m B a k in g P o w d e r. $10,000,000 for the invention on proof lands means, in the event of a crop, the propriations,
subject to some few chase such tide land for «ultivation of San Joaqain, light and free, 5@6c; South
fi.00 a box, sir fur
by mail. Bend for jtrkk circular and testimonials.
W o r ld ’ s F a ir H ig h e s t A w a r d .
sum of $100,000,000 to the farmers.
, Address D A V O L Jl E D IC IN E CO., P. Q. Bex 2Ü7D, aau Fra..cisco, Cal. For 8aU tr$
change«, i« found to be $487,994,804.
that it i* what it ia claimed to be.
ern and San Joaquin, defective, 3#4c.
T h « M ost N o ta b le F e a tu r e o f th e Session
th e I n a b i l i t y o f th e T w o H ou ses
D iffe r e n t P a r t « o f t h e S ta te « o f W a sh -
MAY TAKE A HAND
Sanden Electric Co.,
1 WILKING iDYERTISEMENT