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CA P IT A L AND E N T E R P R IS E
.....BOHEM IA GO LD M INES
the two great English speaking
have this matter made a special fea- ANOTHER
peoples of the world as being otherwise DOINGS OF CONGRESS
tnre and acted upon at once. In tne
than friendly competitors in the on
opinion of Assistant Attoreny-General
ward macrh of civilization, and stren
James A. Haight, the immediate sale
DOVELOPMENT OF NORTHWEST 0f the warrants for cash can be legally PRESIDENT CLEVELAND ON THE uous and worthy rivals in all arts of R O U T IN E W ORK O F T H E F IF T Y -
F O U R T H SES SIO N.
peace, there is no calamity which fol
made. The state land commission has
lows supine submission to wrong and
invested $160,000 of the permanent
injnstioe and the oonsequent loss of
school fund in state wararnts. This
national self repect and honor, beneath ; 9 u b « t z n e . o f t h e B i l l , a n d R . z o l u t l o n .
D ls c n v e jy o f C o a l in G r a n t C o u n ty - T h e
I n e f f e c t u a l E f f o r t « t o S l a k e F n g l a n d which, is shielded and defended the ;
I n tr o d u c e d in th e S e n a te a n d H o u s e I
G o l d Y i o l d o f J o s e p h i n e C o a n t y is
S u b m i t t h e V e n e z u e l a D l z p u t e z t o people's safety and greatness.
amount drawing interest on contracts to
— M a k e - u p o f t h e V a r i o u s C o m m i t
L a r g e r T h a n f o r M a n y Y e a r —E a s t
A r b i t r a t i o n —T h e C o n s e q u e n c e « T h a t
purchase school lands, will make the
te e * - S e n a t e .
K o o t e n a i O i l E x c i t e m e n t —O r e g o n .
Accompanying the message was the
whole sum of the permanent fund now
M ay F o llo w K e e n ly R e a liz e d .
The State Teachers Association will drawng interest about $2,000,000.
Waahington, Dec. 19.— President with Secretary OIney’s celebrated note j Washington, Dec. 18.—(Juay today
meet in Portland the first week of the
submitted to congress today of July 20 last, to Mr. Bayard, reopen presented the senate the petition ol the
M o n ta n a .
message on the Venezela ing negotiation with Great Britain Wool Merchants' Association of Phils- j
The Castner Coal & Coke Company
Long Creek has been
1 Hiking to the arbitration of the bound delpia, and it was read and inserted in
ligions revivals, Over 100 conversions are going to put in a $22,000 electrical
Almost everybody takes some laxative
ary dispute. In this note Secretary the Record.
plant at Great Falls for lighting pur
Cafferey offered a resolution, which medicine to cleanse the system and keep the
pure. Those who take SIMMONS
Mntton sheep are being purchased in poses.
tention to the pending boundary con tion that America is in no part open was agreed to, (sailing on the secretary blood
as n e w a d d re s s .
iver REGULATOR (liquid or powder)
T h e K cu o -I.B A n rn w ill b e s e n t to s u b s c rib e rs
O n ly a W o r d y W a r.
Southern Oregon for Portland markets
The season just closed has been a troversy between Great Britain and the to coloniza tion has long been oonceded, of the treasury for information as to L et
all the benefits of a mild and pleasant
u n ti l a ll a r r e a r s a r e p aid a n d p a p e r o rd e e d to
fairly profitable one to the cattlemen repnblic of Venezuela, and recited the declaies: “ Our present concern is his reasons for suspending the payment txative and tonic that purines the blood
Terra Haute, Dec. 24.—Ex-Secretary for from $1.26 to $1 .50 per head.
b e d « c o n tin u e d a c c o rd in g to law .
g g ^ >njr s u b s c rib e r n o t re c e iv in g h is p a p e r of the Navy R. W. Thompson, in com
The discovery of coal in great
Montana. Over 147,000 head were substance of the representation made by with another practical application of of bounty to the manufacturers of and strengthens the whole »vetern. AnJ
r e s u la rly w ill p le ase n o tify th i s office im m e
menting on the president's meassge to abundance in Grant county is reported, shipped over the Great Northern road this government to her Britannic ma the Monroe doctrine, viz:
more than this: SIMMONS LIVER REGU
d ia te ly .
Stewart addressed the senate on the LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active
g g t~
In v ite s h o r t a rtic le s of g e n e ra l In- congress, said that he does not think It is lignite in character. If true, the and the average price was $35 per head, jesty's government, snggestng the rea American non-intervention in Enrope
te r e s c - lo u g ofies, a s a ru le , n o t p u b lis h e d . A li
healtnv, and when the Liver is in
■ n ic ie s m u s t be a c c o m p a n ie d by ti e n a m e of there is a remote chance of war with extension of the railroad to the mine
Congressman Hartman wants an In sons why inch disputes should be sub necessarily implied European non-in
condition you find yourself free from
investigate the needs of labor and agri
th e writ* r, c o t for p u b lic a iio ft, b u t ms e v id e n c e England.
There is no probability of in the near future is probable.
dian industrial school opened at Keogh
alaria. Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick-
oi good f: l i b . We Mfsiime n o re*p fu s ib ility fo r
gard of whioh by any European power
th e o p in io n * of c o rre s p o n d e n ts .
The southern part of Josephine oonn- reservation at Miles iCty and wants
Headache and Constipation, and rid of
E n te re d a i t h e posioffice a t C o tta g e G ro v e as the world going to war about a little
is to he deemed an act of unfriendli products of Oriental lands in competi that worn out and debilitated feeling.
ty will yield more gold this season $76,000 for that purpose, $40,000 of submitted.
seco n d elg sa n a t te r .
strip of territory alongside of Vene- than for many years past. Old mines which is to be nsed for buildings.
The answer of the British govern ness toward the United States."
These are all caused by a sluggish Liver.
Senator Sqnire has introduced a bill Good digestion and freedom from stomach
ment, which was then awaited, has
The secretary says this rule has been
are being operated that have lain idle
A d v e rtis in g R a te s M ad e K n o w n o n A p -
“ It will be a war of diplomacy,” for . long time, and everything points
One hundred and fifty men are at since been received. It will be seen uniformly acted upon for seventy years providing for the establishment of a troubles will only he had when the liver
p llc a tio ii.
“ Both countries will de toward a revival of the mining indus work at Clancy preparing the grounds that one of these communications is de and cites instances in diplomatic his gnn factory on the Paciflo ooast for the is property at work. If troubled with any
manufacture of heavy and other ord of these complaints, try SIMMONS LIVER
mand an exhibition of power and pur try.
and foundations for the buildings to be voted exclusively to observations upon tory.
REGULATOR. The King of Liver Medi
nance for the use of the army.
pose, but the controversy will be set-
erected there for the use of the Great the Monroe doctrine, and claims are
Some years ago Frank Dekmn, of Northern railroad. A steam plow is in made that in the present instance a
cines, and Better than Pills.
tlted by peaceful methods. Neither
New York, Deo. 18.—Samuel Gom
Portland, preoured from Europe a operation there and the workh is pro new and strange extension and develop
Washington, Deo. 19.—The presi
^ * -E V E R Y PA C K At i t - * *
/It'M B K R I.A M D F K K S B V T K r.iA S r H P R O H - nation is prepared to go to war, and
pers, who for a number of years held dent's message on the Venezuelan ques H a * t h e 7. S t a m p i n r e d o n w r a p p e r .
S u n d a y sc h o o l, 10 *. M. B re a c h in g . U a . * . neither wants a wr.r as a result of this large number of nightingale songsters, gressing rapidly.
a n d 7 p, m . , fir«, . n o t h i r d • S u 'd a y In e a c h
J . H . Z e i l i n * C o .. P h l l a . , P a .
It is which were turned loose through the
the United States, and that the reasons the highest position in the American tion occupied the attention of the sen
m o n th . P ra y e r m e e tin g . i» e 5 W euneadav a t quarrel over a boundary line.
It is calculated by the most con- justifying an appeal to the doctrine Federation of Labor, and to whose ate dnring the brief session
They are said to be thriving
g r w. (“ W e r e Jo i r n e y n g u n to a p la c e o l not necessary for either to fight to state.
w h ic h tn e lo r d h « ld . I w ill g iv e I t y o u : c o m e
Many memorials concerning the
Each and are now in districts where they servative business men of Butte that ennnciatd by President Monroe, are efforts was largely dne the rapid
th o n w th n . a n t w e w ill d o th e e good. — show that it is not oowardly.
O P IN IO N S P O L ITIC A L .
j the present payroll for labor alone in generally inapplicable ‘‘to the state of growth of the organization, has again Caban rebellion and the Turkish ques
N u m b . 1 0 :» .
B a y . < A W O OI.KY, P a s to r.
knows the other will fight, but eaoh is are seen for the first time.
too far advanced in ciivlization to be
things in which we live at the present
1 H R H T IA S C U T R C H —H EKVU’EH AT I I A.
A party of seven or $800,000 per month. That sum of day,” and especially inapplicable to retirement. His defeat, in Denver a resolution to investigate alleged elec T h e C o m i n g ? l g h t D is c u s s « « ! b * I h e
M. a n d 8 p. m . H undav sch o o l a t 10 a . m the aggressor in bringing on a war on Lower Klamath.
L e a d in g P a rty O rg a n s .
S u n d ay at 4 p . m . M idw eek such provocation.”
eight men were discovered last week
y p . . ra P. y e r a. a C. n d K., p ra e is * e i h serv
the controversy involving the boundary year ago, by John McBride, of the tion irregularities in Florida.
ic e* , W e d n e sd a y e v e n in g
[C in c in n a ti I n q i i - e r . ]
keep booming a oity four times th e 1 line between Great Britain and Vene miner’s organization, was by a narrow
a t 7 o 'c lo c k . M lu ic a l re te a ri-a l, e a c h S a tu rd a y
C lo s in g th e P o o lr o o m s .
present size of Bntte.
one possibility for a unift d
e v . n ii.g a t 7 ocT ock.
San Francisco, Dec. 18. — Chief
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preliminary survey. After a few
The capitol building commissioners j Assuming that we may properly in majority in a vote of over 2,000, at the than a dozen senators were present delegation from Ohio, and that would
e t h o d is t c h u r c h - s u n d a y s c h o o l
Crowley has decided to close all the a days
they returned to Eureka.
expect soon to establish the validity of sist upon the doctrine without regard recent election over his old antagonist, when the session opened today, the be for the friends of McKinley to nnite
M a t 10 a . m . P re '.c h ttig ea cl fo u rth S u n d ay
m o rn in g a n d e v e n in g . P ra y e r m e e tin g , ev e ry pool rooms in the city if possible, di
the warrants issued by the board, and to "the state of things in which we Mr. McBride. It was decided to hold Veneznela issue at once came into with their opponent* to make tbe
T h u rs d a y u ig h t. *• T h e I-nrd fa in H is h o ly U m - recting that all of the proprietors shall
p |* ."
K kv. M. O. B R IN K , P astor.
will then make an effort to dispose of live,” or to any changed conditions, the next meeting of the federation in prominence bat not as directly as in the delegation »jlid for Joseph Benson
be arrested. He believes that their
house, the senate's business taking the Foraker for prenidenL If this should
prosecution will be upheld by the city $447,995.72; Benton, $2,045; Coos, them to the bankers of the state. Sev here or elsewhere, it is not apparent
form of measures for national defense. succeed and Foraker be elected McKin
S a n k b y th e Ic e .
$106,353.77; Crook, $1,050; Curry, eral prominent bankers have already why its application may not be invoked
Chandler immediately followed with ley could enter the field for the va
$8,800; Douglas, $670,879.38; Grant, shown a disposition to accept the war in the present controversy. If a Eu
Amherstburg, Ont., Dec. 18.—The
a bill “ to strengthen the military cancy in the senate thus created.
MORE BONDS TO ISSUE.
Foraker might be more will
boundaries, takes possession of the ter- ____
$ 167,646; Josephine,$! 43,676.61; Lane. the commissioners say.
falo, with corn, was cut by ioe in going armament,” the reading of the title President
ing to help McKinley to the senate
COMMENTS FROM ALL SOURCES T h « P r e s i d e n t a n d H is A d v i s e r s S a i d
It was referred to the committee on than Senator Foraker would be to help
Id a h o *
lies against its will and in deroga
500; Marion, $982.88; Union, $1,-
H a r e So D e c id e d .
The railroad mileage of the state is tion of its rights, it is difficult to see
From all the mining regions of the , military affairs. On motion of Davis McKinley into the White Honse.
059.070; total, $3,213,356 42.
New York, Dec. 24.—A special to
why, to that extent, such European West come encouraging reports, and the senate agreed to a resolution oalling
A Umatilla connty stockman says nearly 1,000 miles.
R e e d a R ec o rd B re a k e r.
the Herald from Washington says:
does not thereby attempt to ex the ooming season promises enormous on the president for information and
[W ashington Post.)
T h e L o n d o n « lo b e S o y . E n g la n d W ill
At a conference of the cabinet officers that it looks worse for stockmen in assesed at $1 per head.
that section than any time for a great
It is true that a long record must be
K e i n a l n F i r m , B e t h e C o n * , q u e u e . « with President Cleveland it was de
many years. There is no grass on the
The contractors of the Mink creek
RAILROAD IN F O R M ATIO N .
W h a t T h e y M a y - T h e A t t i t u d e o f cided to issne bonds at once to replen
and post roads in the United States ter broken if a speaker becomes president.
taken. This is the precise action which
ish the gold reserve. Members of the range, owing to the dry summer, and canal have accepted one piece of the Présidée Monroe declared to be
ritory of Alaska; also, as to any British Bnt Mr. Reed is a record breaker. He
V e n e z u e la O n e o f S e lf - r r o t e n tio n .
cabinet who are in the city were sum
"dangerous to our peace and safety,” L a r g e I n c r e a s e i n W e s t - B o u n d I m m l- occupation, military or civil, of that broke the record of a hundred years
New York, Dec. 24,—A iispateh to moned to the White House, and the the uplands. There is no bnnch grass tract.
g r a tio n L o o k e d fo r.
territory; also respecting any attempt when he introdnoed his quornm count
and it can make no difference whethe.
the Herald from Valpariso says: Chile, president went over tjie situation w ith at present and they cannot sell any
J. F. Gaffney, the receiver of the the European system is extended by
Great Britain or Canada to assert ing device. He not only enraged bis
which is thoroughly o o n ^ a tiy e in ite
It w u decided that Secretary cattle or sheep as they are too poor for bank of Genessee, has taken charge of
claim to territory of the United political opponents, bnt be startled his
friends by that ruling.
a repn "V *,?
. Carlisle should at once prepare for au beef or mutton. He believes that a the defunct institution. The assets
to bold the views of Grea Br u in on ^
igalle The ^m inistration large nnmber of cattle, horses and aud liabilities of the bank have been
Another significant resolution was
ply that we would not seek to apply the railroad.
the \ eneanelan question. It is thought wag in con(raUatioil with 80me of the sheep will starve this winter. It is re invoiced by the sheriff.
I ’p o n I I I . N o m i z - z .
Actual settlers can now get a $20 offered by Gallinger, authorizing the
Monroe d »trine to the pending dispute
ported in the sheep district that the
that the Brtnah government has noth-
^ te Be]mont.M
[Ilz r p rr'z W itlly .)
An electric light plant is to lie because ‘it does not embody any prin rate from SL Paul, which is the lowest secretary of war to contract for the
Mg to fear
the outcome of the syndicate, bnt it could not be learned scab is spreading.
We believe, if the Republinans nomi
erected at Canyon creek for the purpose ciple of international law which is ever offered to Western points, and it purchase of an improved counterpoise
dispute. Leading men in all circles
The census roll of Wallowa oounty of supplying lights at Burke and Gem, founded on the general consent of na is believed a greatly increased immi battery. The resolution went to the nate for president a trimmer, or a man
here sharply criticise the interpreta to be taken by the syndicate or whether came to hand in thq secretary of state's
either tainted with tbe evil of b-jasism
committee on military affairs.
Water tions,” and no nation, however power gration bnsiness will be the result
tion put upon the Monore doctrine by the proposals are to be asked for by the office, and a cursory inspection of its and intermediate
or posesaed of unsonud currency views,
the United States..
aecrfctary of the treasury. The amount contents reveals the flo w in g facts to
'^international law a novel prin- that next year will Bee an immense the law imposing disabilities on those and if the Democrats nominate a can
D l u D e c lin e * to B e I n te r v ie w e d .
of the issue, it is said, will be enough th© credit of that distant "^poeLeF
¡r Tecoguiocd be- increase in west bcuod* immigration. who served in th j^ z r - c.the rebellion. didate of good character and ability,
Mexico, Dec. 24.—President Diaz, to raise the gold reserve above $100,- borough:” With a total population of oi Ut
t, ¡ i j ^ 1 present there t>,fS£>ifore aud which has not since been ac People are ponring into California, and Hill spoke briefly^ ~^*SJ5-iain purpose that man; of thosfc wh« toted the R e
in an interview today on President 000,000, although it is not intended to 3,980, she has 1,175 legal voters; wood, eight or ten bmldinga in the course , oepted
by the government . of . any other the Northwestern roads are attracting he said, was to wipe ijjK h e feature of publican ticket at the last election will
sell any more bonds than seems abso- 385,190 pounds; sheep, 58,902; hogs, erection. Contracts have been made by country. Practically, the principle for home-seeking settlers to Oregon and the statute which prevented ex-Con vote for the Democrats, while the vast
Cleveland's message said:
“While I am, of course, a partisan Intely necessary, because it is believed 4,215; horses, 7,650; mnles, 30; cat persons who have leased the saw mill which we contend has a peculiar, if Washington in a way that is being felt federates from serving in the United army of this year’s stay-at-homes wiil
go to the polls.
of tSe Monroe doctrine, properly under the present flnrry will soon pass over, tle, 15,095; acres of land in cultiva to deliver 1,000,000 *eet of lumber to not exclusive relation to the United all over the oonn try.
States navy and army.
stood, I do not think I should give the in view of the belief in the peaceful tion, 25,187; wheat raised, 115,685 the town site by January 1. About States.
The new management of the Atohi-
T h r e e M ig h ty M en .
press an opinion on its application to settlement of the Venezuelan question. bushels; oats, 78,880; barley and rye,
The Monroe doctrino finds its recog ■on, Topeka & Santa Fe railroad
H o u se.
[St. I/iu in K e p a b lt .)
70,223; corn, 674; hay, 20,639 tons; far, but further progress has been re nition in those pimciples of interna which was recently sold at sheriff sale
the question pending between Great
Washington, Dec., Tg — Proceedings
William R. Morrison, of Illinois;
Washington, Dec. 24.—The fact that bntter and cheese, 71,005 pounds; po tarded owing to the cold weather.
Britain and Venezuela.”
tional law which are based upon the has decided to cancel on January 1
several members of the cabinet were tatoes, 31,992; bushels apples, 2,960
theory that every nation shall hate its every oontract of every description held in the house opened by Cannon offering Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, and John G.
B r itis h C o lu m b ia .
a resolution for the consideration to
V e n e z u e la R e jo ic e * .
observed ooming from the White busheis; prunes and plums, 1,149
A new sawmill has been built at rights protected and its jnst claims en- by or against the old company, and be morrow of an amendment to the rules Carlisle, of Kentucky, gave the Demo
cratic party the inspiration of a prin
New York, Dec. 24.—A dispatch House today led to a very general sur bushels; poultry, 1,980 dozen; baoon, Wellington.
foiced. Of course, this government is gin all over again as if none of them
from Caracas says: In an interview on mise that there had been a special 85,800; pounds; gold, 40 ounces, and
entirely confident that under the Banc- were in existence. This decision ap for an increase of membership of lead ciple of acton and a policy of ooherenoe
ing committees from fifteen to seven and aggression. There were other
President Cleveland's message, Presi cabinet meeting to oonsider some phase 926,000 feet of lumber.
ized to commence operations early in tion of this dootrine we have clear plies to traffic contracts, contracts for teen, the number in the last house, aud men, valiant in servioe and ripe in
dent Crespo said he was preparing a of the Venezuelan question, or the con
W a s h in g to n .
the year at Grand Forks. The plant
personal letter of thanks to President dition of the ffnances. Diligent in
In the belief that the t'o trine for tions, railroad and otherwise, and, in for the creation of an additional com counsel, bnt around these three raged
The flouring mill at Asotin has been will be similar to that now being erect
mittee on elections. The resolution the battle which was fought against
Cleveland. He added:
quiry, however, failed to esatblish the destroyed by fire with a loss of $6,000. ed
we contend was clear and defi fact, contracts of every kind.
foes withont and foes within the party.
‘‘The attitude of Venezuela and of fact that a cabinet meeting actually
nite, that it was founded npon substan
A n o t h e r R a i lr o a d f o r S a le .
Flynn asked unanimous consent for There was a host of Israel before the
Hillyard has at last been declared in
Tbe most prosperous and phenomenal tial considerations, and involved onr
her executive head upon the boundary took place, but there is d o donbt a con-
Application has been made to the the consideration of a resolution call walls of Bethlehem, but only three
question in Guiana will always be one ference, the nature of whioh cannot be corpora ted by the commissioners of salmon run in the history of the Sound safety and welfare; that it was fully
is the record of this season, and the applicable to our present conditions and United States oourt at Denver for the ing upon the secretary of the interior mighty men of valor who braved the
of self-protection. The repnblic will ascertained, had been in progress dur Spokane connty.
A brick building has been began in end is not yet in sight. The amount to the state of the world’s progress, and sale of the Denver, Leadville & Gnn to inform the honse of the reasons for Philistines to bring back the life-giv
uphold rights that properly may be re ing the day between the preident and
garded as hers at all hazards. Presi some of his advisers. Those who were Walla Walla. It will be nsed for of salmon taken from the waters even that it was directly related to the niaon railroad, better known as the the delay in the appointment of allot- ing water from the well at the gate.
at this time snrprises the oldest in pending controversy, and withont any South Park line, which has been in the ing agents to allct land to the Wichita
dent Cleveland and myself were both at the White House included Secre a bottling works.
“ O n P r iv a t e B u s in e s s ."
as one in losing and in regaining taries Olney, Carlisle and Lamont.
conviction as to the final merits of the bands of Receiver Frank Trumbull for Indians, and whether any blood con
North Yakima is bidding for a habitants.
(C o lu m b u s, O f E x p re ss .)
power, and certainly it seems as if we
The surface indications in the oil dispute, bnt anxious to learn in a satis
scouring mill and cloth factory. One
Harrison is again down in
were one in destiny and action.
C o u rts D is a g re e .
of her citizens has gone East to inter fields in East Kootenai are considered factory and conclusive manner whether
New York on “ purely private busi
ing of those lands to settlement.
good. Two different qnalities of oil Great Britain sought, under the claim
F r s n c e F rie n d ly to E n g la n d .
Postmaster-General Wilson’s recent ness. ” There are also a large number
i t H a s N ow B e e n T h i r t y - F o u r D a y s
An organized effort is being made have been obtained. On KiBhneena of boundary, to extend her possessions tween two courts having jurisdiction order forbidding postal employes from of presidential candidates and buss
Paris, Dec. 24.—All the newspapers
S in c e S h e W a s L a s t S p o k e n .
of the Northern Pacifio railroad, in a
among the shingle manufacturers in
which comment today on President
ternational boundary line, black oil whether she merely sought possession damage suit. In a decision handed urging postal legislation also came in politicians down there on the same
Port Townsend, Dec. 24.—The fate
Cleveland’s message and the subse of the Oriental slaemship Strathnevis Eastern Washington to close the mills similar to the Pennsylvania and Ohio of territory s’ready included v ith in her down at SeattU, Judge Hanford or for attention, Peffer offering a com errand. If the New York artist who
quent action of the United States con and the 190 people aboard still remains down for two months so as to strengthen oils, is fonnd. But on Sage creek, lines of ownership, this government dered the payment by Receiver Bur prehensive resolution of inqniry as to '" paining Mr. Harrison’s picture oould
gress support the stand taken by Great a mystery. It has been thirty-four prices in Eastern markets. Various some eight miles north, there is fonnd proposed to the government of Great leigh, of the Northern Pacific, of a the order. Another resolution by Gall- catch tbe expression of his faoe st the
Britain and protest that Monroeism is days sinoe she was last spoken. She connty asociatiocs are being organized an oil that is nearly pure, of a light Bitain to resort to arbitration as the $6,000 judgment secured several years inger oalls for information as to the moment he read Sherman's “ Reooller-
not and cannot be a principle of inter was then about 800 miles west of Cape and it is believed the movement will yellow color, which will bnrn in a proper means of settling the qnrtion, ago by Davis O’Brien, for injuries number of aliens in the various govern- tions” of him, the artist's fortnne
would be made.
national law. Figaro asks: “ Why Flattery, under two small leg-of-mut- succeed.
lamp as it comes from the ground.
The fate of the state capitol building Close by there is natural gas escaping to the end that the vexations bound alleged to have been caused by the
should the United States refuse other ton sails, slowly making her way esst-
e ’s C re a m B a k in g F o w d s r.
powers the right of defending their in- ^ ar^" Since then two of the wildest is to be in the hands of the supreme from bedrock which burns freely on ants might be determined, and onr ex Judge Hanford holds that damage
Washington, Deo. 19.—The house D r W P o ric
rld 's F a ir H ig h e s t A w a rd .
terests in Ameirca when they them and severest storms of the season have court. Preparation» for legal formali ignition. Some of the oil sent to the act standing and relation to the con claims are expenses of the receiver devoted itself to-day to discussing
selves intervened in Turkey without been experienced in the North Pacifio. ties are now in progress, on acoont of geological museum at Ottawa, caused troversy might be made clear.
ship of the Northern Pacific railroad the propositon to have two election
any one thinking of opposing them?” The British flagship Royal Arthur, the passage of the following resolu considerable excitement and comment,
and must be paid prior to the mort committees instead of one, the Vene
tions by the state capitol commision: and was pronounced a fraud on ac-
The decree is in direct, opposi zuelan message meanwbie lying un
tmttwtwiwMn w w iiww w t e
Wheras, It appears to the state capitol
T h e A rg e n tin e R e p n b lic .
proposition has been declined by the tion to a decision made a few months opened.
twenty-two knots an hour, andjeover- commission that the said commission oount of its purity.
Ntw York, Dec. 24—A dispatch to ing a distance of fifteen miles on each
British government, npon grounds ago by Judge Jenkins, of the United
A la s k a .
the Htrald from Bueno* Ayres says: side, pnt in a week cruising along can dispose of the warrants on the
Washington, Dec. 20.—Mr. H itt re
which, under the circumstanoes, seem States circuit court, at Milwaukee.
“ state capitol building fuDd” for the
f f m ° 0 worth of lovely Music f«r Forty *
The new hospital to be erected on to me to be far from satisfactory. Hav Judge Hanford says he cannot regard ported in the house this morning as
. . .
. , . .
J the northern ooast without discovering
I U . . Cent*, consisting of 100 pag<s -
official and business circles is the ener- gny gigng of the logf gtearaer. The ft>U amunt of the unexpended appropn- DouglaB island will be begun the first ing labored faithfully for many years the decision of Judge Jenkins as the soon as it had been called to order, and
full size S heet M usic of the -
latest, brightest, liveliest and most popular ^
getio message of President Cleveland only other steamer prosceuting the ation for the said state capitol at of the year. The contract for the gov to induce Great Britain to submit this final adjudication of the matter by a called for unanimous consent, for the
vocal and Instrum ental -
par in cash issned on the letting of the ernment school honse has been let and
on the Venezuelan boundary question. search is the Danube, of Victoria.
consideratic^of a bill to empower tbe
gotten up in the m ost elegant m anner. In- •
dispute to impartial arbitration, and court of oompetent jurisdiction.
contract for the superstructure of the work will commence about March 1.
eluding four large size Portraits.
Outside of the English colony, who re
having been now finally apprised of
The general opinion among mariners
CAfMENCITA, the 8 pan eh Dancer.
C u b a '. M a n ife s t o .
gard the message as a mere threat, the is that the Strathnevis has gone ashore capitol building for which bids are or
consider the Venezuelan bonndary
Application has been made for the her refusal to do so, nothing remains
PADEREW8KI. the Great PlanleU
Washington, Dec. 18.—The mani question, and an appropriation of
ADEL/KA PATTI and
reception of its interpretation of the on the southeast ooast of Alaska. In
MINNIE 8EUOMAN CUTTING- :
festo of the Cuban revolutionary party $100,000 for the epzenae thereof. The
Monroe doctrine is enthusiastic. Gen that event the sufferings and fatuities
a D 0 9 1 ( 1 « u O R D IM rm
to the poeple of the United States was text of the bill follows:
eral Mitre says that he has always been of the crew of the sealing schooner wholly aud solely from said “ state Canadian Pacific is standng hack of the with it accordingly.
THE NEW YORK MUSICAL ECHO CO. 3
in hearty aocord with the principles
■ “™-—* - ~
capitol fund” and wthont resort to any enterprise. This will mean much to
made public today. It is a long docu
“ Be it enacted by the senate and
Broadway Theatre B ldg.. New Y ork C ity.
an a doctrine
t u ., V.,. and
which went ashore
fund of the state is insured, and
CAN VASSERS W ANTED.
the Danger creek district and in fact to znela will remain nnebanged, the dis
at Wood island last April, when eleven the oontract rice for the ^
rona, ex-deputy of the Spanish cortes, States of Amerioa, in congress assem ^ iiU U iu 4 UiU4 iUiUuiiUUiU£^
can say that the same view is held by
the crew froze to death in the snow, can be reduced several thousand dol-
and reviews the history of the revo
the acting president of Argentina, cf
that the sum of $100,000 or so
will doubtless be repeated. .The con- lgrg and the ^ 8Dm MTed t0 the gtate
The grand jury recently indicted make it now incumbent npon the Uni lutionary agitation in Cuba and the bled,
much thereof as may be neoessary, be
tinned absence of the Danube is the gnn withont ^ doi Mid contract can. forty-four saloonmen in Junean, Doug
present conditions on the island. The
The Nacion says that the support of
hope held out for the safety of the not ^ iet; therefore be it resolved, las City and Sitka for having violated mine with sufficient certainty for its manifesto summarizes Cuba’s griev and the same is hereby appropriated for
all South American republics should be only
passengers and the crew of the Strath- Thgt Qn the leMi of the oontract th„ the organic act which prohibits the justification what is the true divisional ances and calls upon the world to de the expenses of a commission to be ap-
given to the United States.
pointed by the president to investigate
It is argued if the vessel has oommisgion> with the con8ent of the sale of liqnor in Alaska. This is the line between the repnblic of Venezuela ride where jnstioe rests.
La Prensau says that the United nevis.
and report upon the true divisional line
and British Guiana. Inquiry to that
gone ashoer on the Alaska coast, some contractors, ig8Iie t0 the andUor itg
States having formally and firmly de
between the repnblic of Venezuela and
end should, of course, be conducted
mCAVt AI I KAUt MARks^M
clared her intention in regard to Eu
carefully and judicially, and dne
C O P Y R IG H T S .^
ropean intervention on the American
CAM I O B T A I N A P A T E N T f
F o r*
building fnnd payAble to the tional government to repeal the issu weight be given all available evidence, trict court today, the trial of the $20,-
continent, South America should ex the Danube must be nearly exhausted.
“ S * ? •><*>*<* opinion, m u to
records and facts in snpport of the
A riz o n a I r r ig a t io n B o n d » PI « re d .
order of the contractor, to be indorsed ance of liqnor licenses, or else permit claims
press its full sympathy with the great
z z p o n n o . In t h . p o u n t t*MHi«M.
in lz s
of both parties.
atrike * raong Tailors.
I by the contractor, and to be delivered regularly licensed dealers to transact
n . ztrtctly m o S itaattal. A H z z A h I i o i I T
New York, Deo. 18.—A dispatch tio
In order that such an examination against the Kenyon-Connell Commer
form ation c o o e n tu n c P a r e n t , and how to o t-
New York, Dec. 18.-T o n ig h t about ag ^ indor8ed by the auditor in ex- bnsiness withont fear of prosecution.
th e m tm tjfrm T A la o * c z ta lo r w o f n r h z z
cial Company was commenced. It is from London says it is reported that a U ln and
a n im u s e book* Mwt I w
E n g l is h P r e s s C o m m e n t.
15,000 tailors in this city, Brooklyn change for cash at not less than par, At present the dealers are licensed by Should be prosecuted in a thorough aud the first of about twenty snits growing large Anglo-American banking honse m P i arent*
t u r n t b ro o ch M ona A Co. n n m
London, Dec. 24.—Commenting upon and Jersey City are locked out. There gaid certificate or certificates and war- the government and taen indicted and satisfactory manner, I suggest that con ont of the dynamite explosion, January has placed in Glaacow, Scotland, the m a a l notice In t h . H r i c t l S r A w a r r ir a * . and
loo* e ra brought w id .tr b e t or* t h . public w ith .
the Venezuelan question the newspa-
'» m o to r . Tht* n S ra d ld p ap e r,
the expenses of a commission to be ap 15 last, by which sixty-eight men were entire issne of the first mortgage bonds ?"*
wm*d » r e a l r . e l r e a n tl j tllaK rared . h a . Or t a r l b .
pers generally agree that the situation *i°n and of this number eighty-threo ceedung the amount of the appropria
blown to atoms and between 500 and of the Arizona Water Stoarge Com
ssr S a fe
te more serious than they thought it have posted the new card, and the rest tjon gtjn nnexxpended; said moneys
Denver, Dec. 19.—A special to the make the necessary investigation and 1,500 men injured. Tbe suits aggre pany, amounting to £400,000.
yesterday. In the public mind, also, are expected to follow within a few realized by the commission from the
there is a general feeling of disappoint-
Twenty thousand workmen may Mid warrants to be held by the state Republican from Cheyenne says: Ihe
L k s a s s i s u S S sT riisS r-s
and nearly every attorney in the state D r. P ric e 's C re a m B a t in g P o w d e r. ss
te s t decizn* a n - ------— ------ ------ -----
ment at the action of congre ts.
be involved, for that is the number con- treasurer solely to be disbursed upon fastest mile ever ridden on a bioycle possible delay. When such a report ii is engaged on one aide or the other.
MI NN A COre . n e w Y o u . j
W orld's F air H ighest Medal an« 0 t
The stock exchange h e n and ex
certificates isued by the board upon and
changes throughout the country con in three cities named.
with vouchers duly presented, passed eight pound, ninety-six inch gear tan ion, be the dnty of fhe United State*
A n o t h e r D e f a u l t e r f o r M e x ic o .
tinue under the influence of the diffi
upon, examined and allowed in tbe dem by Charles Erswell and John to resist by every means in it* power,
Terre Haute, Dec. 19. —The abscond
F a m o u s C o u n te rfe ite r D e a d .
culty. At the same time, there is no
. method proivded in section 14 of chap-
ing Adams express agent, George W.
‘C U P ID E N E “
Dayton. O., Dec. 20.—Nelson Driggs ter 188. laws of 1898, certifying that nnpaced, on a straight-away course in and - interests, the appropriation by McCammon, baa been traced to Jack-
Pall MalKGazette’s money article the most noted counterfeiter of hi* the services have been rendered and 1:17 1-5. The ride was made before a Great Britain of any land, or the exer son, Miss., and tbe police have received
tio n of . t o m ó n . F ren ch p h ra k to n . will quiriti., c u r . von o f »II i
¿ * 25"
says: “ Of course, whatever happens,
I t — -m ill*. 1 at, « in t h e » ( t . b r j i i .
K m w i- n . . J i c r r o o * J s s s l t t ^
*ny territory which, after investiga a telegram that be has left there for
America will lose credit over the to be worth nearly a million dollars, son therein named is entitled to be
. a .
C h ic a g o to H a v e F e w e r S a lo o n s .
< o n . -It» tio n . I t a t o p , a , 1 lo r e r e b y «lav o r o l* h t. P r e v e n t«
tion, we have determined of right be
affair. It is particularly inopportune, made by exchanging bad money for paid the amount therein named, and
ti- tv of d re nara*-, w inch If n o t ch eck ed Iratla to o p c rm a to rrb tre and
I B E F O R E AMR i C T f R a !1 th e horror* «*í Im p o te n c y . t l ' P I D F A E H#*aui»es Use liv e ; tb e
when many of her railways need good. He has spent many years in the said certificates to be audited and al are tired of being saloon-keepers, and
A F T E R k l-ln ry a a n d th e u - ln a r v o n ta n a o f all Im pnntlca.
In making these recommendations, Mexico. It is said his stealings will —1 B C E U F O P I R D E G *MO
penitentiary, his longest sentenoe being lowed by the tate auditor. The su
X E Ntrensrtb*»ns;trnl rp*t©r*n*mall w*»uk orear n .
T h e reason sufferer* »r** n o t cn.e«i b r |>nrtor* Is b*-05.n*e n in e ty p * r r e n t a re troubled w ith
The Globe, a newspaper supposed to
preme court will be asked to pass upon there will be 1,700 fewer saloons in the
l l f U . C U P ID E N K I a th** only k now n rvm e iv to c u re w ith o u t an op*-ration. anuOiratleaml.
not be opened here and was shipped to P r o A A t m w ritten
g u a ra n te e g iv e n and m o n e y return«-*! if aix boxea does not effect a H erm an* a t
be on terms of intimacy with the gov past fire or six years he had lived a re the legality of the action which the city than at present. Those that re incurred, and keenly realize all the the manufactory, at Cincinnati. Until sis.
fl.0 0 a box, six f<»r •5.00, by m all. S end for rs E K c i rm lar an d testim onial*.
ernment, give* warning that Great
above resolution oalls for, and it is un main mast pay a third or a half more
Y o l . M K B 1 C IX F .
P. O Itox VCh. ñau Franciaeo. C aJ. A r M « t a
nevertheless firm in my conviction that it is opened th* exact amount cannot
Rritain will remain f lr a s a y in g : erty and managing a road-house.
derstood that an sffort will be made to for beer than is being paid now.
j. A. BENSON, Agent.
whil* it is • grievous thing tocontem- be given.
‘President Cle-leand may appoint a
dozen commissioners, but Enlgsnd will
remain firm in her refusal to recognize
Devoted to the Best interests them, and jurisdiction of this sort,
of Cgtage Grove. Lemati a n d This is cur nnalte-able position, be the
what they may. We Will
Bohemia Gold Mining Distric t. 1 consequences
never submit to such unparalleled dic
' LEADER BUILDING
The Globe is also irate at the recent
utterances of I)r. Chauncey M. Depew,
especially his references to the easy
E. P. TH O R P,
manner in wnich the United States
could conquer Canada, remarking:
E d i t o r a n d B u s i n e s s M a n a g e r “ The overwhelming naval strength of
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England, would enable her to pour
troops into Canada at any sight of dan
IU tM o f S u h a r r ip U o n .
ger. Small warships could be sent to
O SK Y K A R .........- ....... .............i ....................... •*} OO
the Lakes, and Chicago, Detroit and
j f y * These ra te s a re M ric tiy In a d v a n c e .
utterly at their
¡J tg " SiibMiriberH w is h in g a c h a n g e in th e ir Buffalo would be
p stoffiee iidiiresa s h o u ld g iv e th e ir o ld as w ell mercy. ’ ’
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COTTAGE GROVE. LANE COUNTY. OREGON. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1895.
■HE RAILROAD GATEW AY
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY