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CAPITAL AND ENTERPRISE
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....BOHEMIA GOLD MINES
COTTAGE GROVE. LANE COUNTY. OREGON. SATURDAY. JANUARY 4. 18%.
N O . 31.
plaoe, 20,000 copies of which are to be
printed in Jannary.
party lines, with two exceptions. The
The Asotin Soaring mill, recently
Republicans all voted for the bill ex
burned, is to be rebuilt on a larger
Devoted to the Best Interests
Tort Townsnd, Wash., Deo. 27.—The R O U TIN E W ORK O F T H E F IF T Y - cept Hartman of Montana, who did not PROGRESS AND D O IN G S O F T H E plan. The work of rebuilding w ill be FLA X -R A ISIN G
R E C E IV E 1
of Cottage Grove, Lemati and steamship Strut QneviH, which sailed
F O U R TH SES S IO N .
S E R IO U S A T T E N T IO N
vote, and the Democrats and Populists
PACIFIC N O R TH W E S T.
from Tacoma October 12 for the Orient
Bohemia Gold Mining District.
against it, save Newlands of Nevada,
The New Whatoom conncil has been
and was about given np for lost, ar
who voted in favor of the measure.
petitioned for a franchise by the B. B.
A t th e H an d s o f N o rth w e ster n F orm ers
& E. Railroad Co., to build a bridge
in tow of the steamer Mineola. The
I n t r o d u c e d In t h e S e n a t e a n d H o u s e was brought to a vote, after three and S u p r e m e C o u r t o f W a s h i n g t o n S u s t a in s
— W h a tc o m
B o o r d ©f T r a d e E n
■ fficers report a remarkable voyage, one
—M a k e - u p o f t h e V a r io u s C o m m it a half hours of debate, was ironclad in
c o u r a g e s t h e R a is in g o f F la x F ib r e
A c t s o f C a p i t o l C o m m i s s i o n —O v e r 5 0 0 power to be steam or electricity.
filled with danger and privation i, and
character and compelled the members
t e e s —T h e S e n a t e .
on F u g e t S ou n d .
E. P. THORP,
H o m e s t e a d - E n t r ie s F i l e d i n t h e N e t
The prospective owner of the 'I \-
Monday afternoon last all hope of sav
to adopt or reject it without opportun
P e r c e R e s e r v a t i o n - O r e g o n N e w s*
in flax culture for fibre de
Washington, Dec. 30.—The Demo ity of offering amendments of any
E d i t o r a n d B u s i n e s s M a n a g e r ing the vessel was abandoned, anil life-
railway haB arrived for the purpose of pends upon thoroughness and atten
rafts and boats were manned, and pre cratic steering committee of the senate kind.
Much valuable data is contained in looking over the road with a view to tion to the lesser details of practice,
parations made for leaving the vessel, today completed the last assignment of
Washington, Deo. 31.—The house the recent annual report of the engineer extend it throngh the Cowhtz ^
R a te s o f S u b s c r ip tio n .
says the Montana Stockman. Three
as she was in imminent danger of minority members of the committees, today passed the bond bill by a vote of in charge of the improvement of the
. ,T , .
. things are essential: A most careful
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OO drifting ashore on Destruction it land, and handed the list to Mitchell, chair 170 to 136; and the house, having dis Willamette and Lower Columbia river
The North Yaklma Commercial Club selection of the soil, with a thorough
Almost everybody takes some laxative
The*, ra te, «re itrietljr In id r a n e e .
where certain death stared them in man of the Republican caucus commit charged thejtask for which it had been and their tibutaries. It is a very ex- want8 the Northem P«c-fio to put up
8u b.crib er« w ish in g « e h a n g . In th eir
tee. The chairmen of the more im sitting during the recess, effected an hsustive report and covers oompre- a n<rw depot bnlldl“8 there- adequate soil preparation and fertilizing; the medicine to cleanse the system and keep the
p .to fliee adrt.-c«» shou ld g iv e th eir o ld u w ell the face.
use of the best seed that can be pur blood pure. Those who take SIMMONS
as new Address.
Now that the Strathnevis j s safe, portant committees are as follows:
agreement by which it should adjourn hensively all the improvements and to the Deed8 of that 80011011 and in ke,JP* chased; and. lastly, careful and intelli L iver regulator (liquid or powder)
T h e B cho -I. kadkb w ill be sent to sub scribers
n n til a ll arrears are paid and paper ord e ed to
*aT r r ? ’ “* " ‘“ ‘, 7 ‘T ' u J get all the benefits of a mild and pleasant
next week, three days at a time, in or snrveys under Major Post’s charge. lng wl,h lta commercial importance.
be d H com inued accord in g to law .
gent handling and manipulation of the-» faxative and tonic that purifies the hlood
safety of the Australian steamship Morrill; foreign relations, Sherman; der to give membres an opportunity to The report was transmitted to congress
It is reported that a charter has been crop
Any sub scriber nor r e c e iv in g h is paper
from the time the flax is pulled and strengthens the whole system. And
regu larly w ill p lease n o tify th is office im m e
rest and visit their homes. The dos by the secretary of war, who eammar- applied lor from the Columbia river
d ia te ly .
in tow for five days. The oaptain of terstate commerce, Cullosn; military ing hours of the debate today were ized its principal features in his own to the Kettle river district and that until the straw is ready for the opera more than this: SIMMONS LIVER REGU
j j f lF ’ We in v ite short a rticles of general In
tion of cleaning or scutching. Only LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active
te r e s t - lo n g o n es, as a ru le , n o t p u b lish ed . A ll the Miowera personally assured the affairs, Hawley; naval affairs, Cam lacking in spirit, and there was prac ’report.
Month of the Columba river, the road w ill be bnilt next season. The the first two considerations interest the and healthv. and when the Liver is In
a rticles m u st be accom p an ied b y th e n a m e of chief officer of the disabled steamship eron; public lands, Dnbois; Indian
tically no excitement nntil the vote Oregon and Washington—The project
th e w riter, n o t for p u b lica tio n , but ms ev id e n c e
farmer, the third consideration belong good condition you find yourself free from
claims, Teller; was taken. The margin of 34 by which for this work was adpoted in 18a4. of the enterprise.
o l good faith . We assu m e n o r e sp o n sib ility for that his vessel would stand by st all affairs, Pettigrew;
ing properly to the manufacturing side Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick-
the o p in io n » of corresp on d en ts.
hazards to render assistance in saving coast defense. Squire; education and the first section of the bill, against During the year ending June 30, 1895,
One of tho biggest jams known in of the industry, although some foreign Headache and Constipation, and rid of
E ntered at th e poetofflce a t C ottage Grove as
that worn out and debilitated feeling.
seco n d cla ss m atter.
which the Republican opponentsj)f the 138,900.1 tons of rock was added to the the Skagit for five years occurred re
Ten miles off Cape Flattery last cific railroads, Gear; pensions, Gal- measure massed their opposition, was jetty- which was raised to its com cently. Loggers claim that 16,000,000 flax farmers do pull and ret their crops. These are all caused by a sluggish Liver.
Good digestion and freedom from stomach
A d v e r t i s i n g K a t e s M a d e ¡K n ow n o n A p - Friday afternoon, dnring a violent linger; postoffices and postroads, Wol passed showed that the friends of the pleted height for a length of abont
feet of logs came down. The river was
p lic a tio n .
gale, the two steel hawsers parted cott; agriculture and forestry, Proctor; measure had marshaled every vote in three and a quarter miles (station 53 to filled so solidly for three hoars that it well cultivated soil that is not too I troubles will only be had when the liver
heavy, experience proving that in a is properly at work. If troubled with any
suddenly, and the Miowera disappeared private land olains, Harris; manufac its favor available. As it was 47 Re station 230). Groins Nos. 8 and 4
could be safely crossed.
dry, calcareous soil the stalk remains of these complaints, try SIMMONS LIVER
in the storm. The Miowera had the tures, Wetmore; fisheries, Perkins; publicans refused to act with the ma each 1,000 feet long were also finished
Irca ore has been brought from the abort, while in a heavy clayey soil it REGULATOR. The King of Liver Medi-
Strathnevis in tow five days and had civil service and retrenchment, Prit jority of their party. The Populists and the main line of the jetty with the
exhausted the larger part of her fuel. chard; immigration. Lodge; irrigation and Democrats, with the exception kof exception of about 700 feet at the Conner mines near Hamilton to Ever gives greater length, though at the ex- j clnes’ ar*d Better than Pills,
11M BK KI.AND P ftK flB Y T E R IA l C H TR CH — The master told the captain of the and reclamation of arid lands, Warren;
ett to be tested. It is rumored that pense of finer fibre. In Ireland, any
^f-E V E R Y PACKAGE-Z^
Hutchison, who voted for the bill, inshore end, where some additional
j S u n d ay sch o o l, 19 a . M. P rea ch in g , a 1 a . m .
and 7 p . m . , first ar d th ird Su* day in each Strathnevis that the Miowera would mines and mining, Stewart; railroads, presented an unbroken front against rook is still required, was completed. the tests have proven satisfactory and clean land in good state of fertility Has t be y, 8 tamp in red on wrapper.
m ou th . Prayer m eetin g , ea ch W ednesday at have to return to Puget sound for Clark; Indian depredations, Wilson;
that soon shipments at the rate of ten that w ill produce « good crop of wheat,
J . U . ZeiUn * Co., Phila., Pa.
An elevated track for nse in construct carloads per day w ill oommence.
8 p . m . (M We are Journey n g u n to a p la ce of
oats or barley is considered suitable for
transportation routes to the seaboard,
w h ic h tn e :«ord s a id , I w ill g iv e It y<>«; c.u n e coal.
thou w ith ua an 1 w e w ill d o th e e good .”—
McBride; Nicaragua canal and Nica
It is now understood that the agent flax. On heavy soils the Dutch seed is
D E A TH IN H O T W ATER .
total length of 8,675 feet, has been
N aj*b . 10:£>.
R e v . C. A W O O L1Y, Pastor.
T H E V E N E Z U E L A M A TTE R .
BACK DOWN OR F IG H T.
thought to give the best results, while
ragua claims, Morgan; international
nearly finished. Soundings taken in oi ^ Bo*ton oaPitall8t8' who thonght Riga seed is sown upon the light or
exposition, Thnrston; national banks. T h e T e r r i b l e F a t e o f A l b e r t S t a u b , a May and June, 1895 show that there is of adTanolng iund8 *° °°mPlete the
1 HRlHTIAN C H l’ R C H -b E K V K E H AT 11 A.
» M .andH P. M. eu n d a y sch ool at 10 a . m . G e o r g e K e n n a n S a y « T h a t I s W h a t T h is Mantle; forestry reservations and pro
medium soils. Reoent experiments in S p i r it e d O p in io n « F r o m A l l S h n d e « o f
S a u sa g e -M a k e r .
. P. 8. C. E ., each Sunday ai 4 P. M. M idw eek
C o u n tr y W il l H a v e t o D o .
now a direct channel over the bar Blaine & Eastern have deciued to re-
t h e A m e r le a n P r e » « .
our own oountry have demonstrated
tection thereof, Allen; to investigate
prayer and praise serv ices, W ed n esday e v e n in g
Cleveland, Dec. 27.—George Ken- tresspassers on Indian lands. Baker;
Portland, Or., Dec. 27. — Albert seven-eights of a mile wide and thirty
a t 7 o'clock . M usical reLenr>al, ea c h Satarda>
[Chicago C hronicle.)
that the heavier soils, when well
e v e n in g at 7 o c’lock.
nan, the well-known writer and lec woman suffrage, Call.
Staub, a sausage-maker, fell into a tank feet deep at low water and that for a
The president's message is not only
drained and of proper fertility, are
turer, speaking of the Venezuela dis
of hot water in the steam sausage fac
e t h o d is t c h u r c h - S u n d a y sc h o o l
Eastern orders have taken a sadden preferable to lighter soils, knoan as a strong appeal to American pride and
tory at the oorner of Flanders and channel depth is at least thirty-one
at 10 a . m . Pre c b iu g each fourth Sunday pute, said:
H ou se.
and the shingle tTade is at a sand loams. But more depends upon patriotism in a matter now at issue; it
m orn in g and ev e n in g . Prayer m e e tin g , every
"1 am surprised, in fact dumfound-
Washington, Dec. 2<b—It being gen Ninth streets, about 1 o’clock yesterday feet. Columbia and Lower Willamette standstill. For the past three weeks soil selection, where reasonalbe care is a clean out and vehement enuncia
T hursday utghr.. •*T h e I«ord Is in H is h o ly ttm -
ed, at the readiness of the American erally understood that the ways and afternoon, and was so badly scalded rivers below Portland, Or.—The pro- I
R kv . M. O. B R IN K , Pastor.
has been exercised. Among the favor tion of the Monroe doctrine, which in
people to bring on a first-class war. means committee would not he pre that he died at 7:30 o’olook last even jeot for improving these rivers, adopted 1 little or no business has been done by able soils mentioned in the report cf hia hands is vitalised as never before
in 1877 and modified in 1891, contem the dealers than to olean np the orders
Two months ago every month in this pared to report ita bill for the relief of ing.
the agricultural department experi sinoe its promulgation.
land was preaching peace at the con the treasury sitnation before Friday,
Stanb had been at work almost night plates securing a channel from Port on hand. The sitnation of two months ments are “ dark, rich, loamy olay,”
templation of war in the Orient and the attendance in the house today was and day for the past four days, render land to the sea having a low water
t ’n * n a w e r » b l » A r g u m e n t .
The new gymnasium of the uni- “heavy olay loam well drained,” and
Europe, and here today even the mini comparatively small.
ing lard and preparing for a holiday depth of twenty-five feet Prior to
[S*u Franciaco C b r o u td e .)
AS VIEW ED FROM AN EN G LISH sters cf the gospel are shouting for
The argument of the president is
Mr. Dingley, chairman of the ways display. After this had been taken commencing the improvement the low versityof Washington offers nnexcelled heavier allnvial of the timber lands.”
. . .
S TA N D P O IN T.
unanswerable. Americans of all shades
and means committee, said the com away, he bad been killing chickens, water depth of the channel was from facilities for athletic training. The
"I regrat the condition, because I mittee met this morning and unani and yesterday he started to clean np ten to fifteen feet at the shoalest places. number in attendance at the college loam apon terms, a moist, deep strong of political opinion w ill endorse the
greatly fear that a terrible war is im mously decided, in view of the presi the premises. He had heated water
speoial message of the president in
England w ill not back down dent’s message, that it was not appro for that purpose in a steam tank, which creased to ninteen feet by the constrnc- year, owing to the standard being,
A L o n d o n P a p e r P u b l i s h e s a M a a s o f minent.
This can be taken priate for the house to adjourn nntil is abont four feet square and the water tion of dams st Swan island chnte, at raised and two departments,
M a t t e r —O n e W r i t e r S a y s t h e C la im from her position.
W ill F l u P a r .
A p p r o v a l I s A s s u r e « !.
If President Cleve a proper response had been made.
was two and one-half feet deep in i t Willamette slongh, and at other and art, being dropped,
W o u ld B e S i m i l a r t o O n e M a d e b y for a certainty.
[i'in c in u « ii K nqulrer.]
Will flax-raising pay? The Montana
“ On Friday,” he contnned, “ we
S p a in f o r G i b r a lt a r .
President Cleveland tnsy rest well
doctrine is not altered and is to be up hope the house w ill make a response to at the back of the tank, so as to be ont its month, and of a dike at St. Helen? position of the capital commission, Stockman says: “ Well, we should
London, Dec. 31.—The Chronicle held, we shall have war, and the great the urgent request of the president of the way.
Stanb stood on a sort of and dams at Bnrke slongh and MartiD This removes the last barrier to the say so. A yield of from two to four assured of the hearty approval by the
publishes a mass of matter on the Ven est war which ever transpired. It and take some action which w ill grating in front of the tank, which is slongh in the Columbia river, the board awarding the oontract The de tons of flax straw and from fifteen to American people of the stand he baa
ezuela affair, in '.lading maps in pos will not only take in the United States relieve the sitnation in which the raised from the floor on slats, and effect of these works being aided by oision was written bj Judge Gnllen twenty-five bnshels of flax seed oan be taken. He oan depend on them to
Hackled flax sells follow him to the fighting point, and
session of the colonial office, extracts and Great Britain, bat would involve oountry finds itself.”
reached across to turn off the steam. dredging and bank protection where and is concnrred in by the entire oonrt raised to the sore.
from the American papers which have ; the world.
Since the modification A call for a meeting of the commission in Boston at from |870 to $800 per ton. then through the fight on this import-
Beach of Ohio will introduce in the As be leaned forward the grating most needed
arrived by mail and an article by
“ A foreign war w ill be very disas house tomorrow a bill providing that slipped on the greasy floor, and he of the porject so as to secure a channel' has been issued and new bids w ill be Scutcher flax fetches from f 180 to $500 ; ant issue,
per ton and the seed sells in Chioago a t !
Frederick Harrison, declaring that the trous to ns, and, while I have have no duties imposed by the tariff laws of pitched head first into the boiling wa depth of twenty-five feet, dikes have doubtless called for.
9 0 cents per bushel.
[ lo w . s..te KegUwrJ
Venezuela claim is on all fours with a donbt that we shall win and add Can the United States shall not apuly to ter. In a moment be had his head been bnilt by the port of Portland and
The loggers of the Sound, controlling
Spanish claim to Gibraltar. Harrison ada to our possessions, it will be very food products and raw materials from above the surface, sprang ont of the St. Johns and Postoffioe bars in the
abont three-fifths of the output have1
00nld be rmtMn^for**! WimTu'd
*ew d‘8COrdaut voioes in the
close to ruination to us.
such nations as may make equivalent
“ If the United States can persuade
island, Snag island, and Cathlamet of forming plans with
"Such a war is bound to Dome unless reciprocal concessions in favor of mer agonized tones, “ Helpl help:!”
Cleveland’s own party. The
which they oan | year, a total of $40,000, the net profit
Venezuela to submit to a bona fide the United f i t p s backs down, end I chandise imported from the United
R. Gerdes and his brother, who live bay in the Colombia river. This cor compete with mill-owners.
They in on which would be $81,250. This is New York World, which is a popular
boundary settlement and to drop her don’t thinl 1 will. It w ill be the States.
near by, ran to his assistance. Staub poration has also dredged the channel tone. to pnt an end to exoeesive compe-
and power)ul exponent of the Demo-
swagger abont Charles V and Philip II greatest oalamity to humanity whioh
Dec. 27. — The two was in great agony and his screams at Swan island and Postoffice bar in titicn by combining with an establiah- important to Teton county, if true, be cart party in New York city, calls
■^f^Spain, and ctn eeforoe an award has ever occurred. I ’
the president's message a blunder ami
bills to lie ,U"*ented to the house ltd- were pitiful. They tore off hi* shirt t® 0 Willamette river an.1 io tb* Co- ed and uniform price and classification,
“ tb lumbia river a'C'the month of the anu -», —vric»ÿje agreement of the mill- the world. It grews wild there.
when it is made, the queation could be
as quickly as possible, and,
. teat-are ne follows:
T H E ' S TR IK E ENDED.
settled in a month."
No. 1—“JS till to maintain and pro sleeves w
7 ;AlTTr” " •>*t
v -in r
owners to secure advance »f price»
lsiaBfl, #n»tkin whenever the -,x>ndition of the .market
K K c n i u i ip r a t iv e C r o p .
The Brussels delegate to the Vene B a s is o f S e t t l e m e n t R e a c h e d b j t h e tect the coin redemption fund, and to hands, the skin of his arms came away islar.9,
—.— -— r—inter
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Th«*re C a n B e N o W a r .
zuela government, Velos Gniticoa, re
(<-hiC»go Tim es-H ernfel ]
C o m p a n y a n d S tr ik in g E m p lo y e s .
authorize for the resumption of specie from the elbows down over the hands xStthlzmet hay, removing a total of warrants it.
cently visited The Hague, and ex
Britain w ill not engage the
Philadelphia, Dec. 26.—The great
Id ah o.
these points. The work done by the
hausted »very channel without success
faction of the linen manufacturers
trolly strike is ended. This is the indebtedness to meet the temporary de hung, like long gloves turned inside United States has consisted in extend
in snpport of the Venezuela claim. finaL John Wannamaker is the man ficiencies of revenue.
the country that flax fibre of the finest reasons. Frist, because she is (WpSiid-
Fivo years ago the British vioe-oon-
quality can be grown on Paget sonnd ent on foreign soil for more than half
As quickly as possible, physicians ing the dike at St. Helens, in construct
“ Be it enacted, etc., that in addition
who bi ought about the settlement He
Five thousand rabbits were killed and we feel certain that flax w ill be her food supply. Secondly, because in
aul at Cindad Bolivar, examined the was aided by members of the Chirstian to the authority given to the secretary were summoned, and did all in their ing a dike at Martin’s island, in the
Columbia river, in dredging the chan at a recent drive at Oakly.
Spanish records and proved the British
the- leading and safest crop of onr addition to starvation her people would
League. The basis of the settlement of the treasury by the act approved power for the sufferer.
be threatened with paralysis of their
nels of both rivers at various placeB,
aspect of the case completely.”
farmers and the most remunerative.
and the removal of snags whereve- decided to erect a parsonage.
The Berlin correspondent of the Is as fellows:
First— While the Union Traction
necessary. During the year ending
j, B e t t e r I .a t e T h a n N eva**.
The Albion State Normal school will
"I have excellent reasons to state Company will treat only with the to time, at his discretion, to issue, sell passed away. Staub was a Swiss by .Tune 80, 1895, the dike at Martin's be completed about the first of April. makes one and one-third tons of
[B oston Jou rn al.]
workmen in its employ, it w ill allow
that the reports of an agreement be
and dispose of, at not less than par, in
If a fraction of the administration's
The state très surer has given notioe prepared, there is always a ready mar
tween Russia and the United States them membership in any lawful organ coin, coupon or registered bonds of the a wife and infant child. He had taken and dredging haB been carried on to
vigor had been manifested two year ago,
building bonds Nos. 26 ket at prioes ranging from $140 to $800 it might not be necessary to speak ont
about Venezuela are unfounded. On ization.
United States to an amount sufficient ont an accident polioy a month or two j maintain, ajd, as far as practicable, to thal the
the oontrary the czar was painfully
per ton, according to quality—the bet so plainly now and the country wonld
for the object stated in this section since; so they w ill not be unprovided ! increase the depth of the channel from t° »0 are now payable by him.
—*’ — * * to the
“ sea, the
Two or possibly three new steamers ter the quality the greater the demand. have been saved some humliating ex
surprised at President Cleveland's mes ances and give them fall and fair con bearing not to exceed 3 per cent inter for.
i of material removed being 423,872 w ill be bnilt on the Kootenai for pass
sage. and any war involving England
“ Besides fibre, each acre produces periences. Bnt better late than never
Third—It w ill immediately put on est per annum, payable semi-annually
T H E V E N E Z U E L A S IT U A T IO N .
would be unwelcome to the Russian
cubic yards. In the Willamette dredg age between Bonners Ferry and Lake fifteen bnshels of seed, worth from $2 is a stmnd maxim. We can afford to
and redeemable at the pleasure of the
] ing was done at Postoffice bar and at Bounds next ppring.
oourt, on the approach of the corona
to $3 per bnshel.
let bygones be bygones.
will give preference to any of the old United States in coin, after five years
E n g l i s h P r e s s C o m m e n t I s c»imcr and the month of the river, and in the Co
"The cnltivation of flax and prepara
Since the opening of the Nez Perces
lumbia river, on the bars at Hunter's reservation 507 homestead entries have tion of the fibre requires the greatest
The New York correspondent of the
privileges and exemptions provided in
M e m o r ia l o f » fö h n P a u l .t o n e s .
Martin’s s island, at Pillar ^
Times, while he affirms his previous arrange the trips of tne oars to favor said act for the bonds therein author
nt few flH
are care and skill, and we advise farmers
New York, Dec. 27.—The World pomt, a‘ Martin
[8t. L ouis G lobe D em ocrat.]
convictions that there is no longer any
publishes the following cablegrams re rock, at Walker s island, and opposite ^
mad6i bnt the land office offloialg withont experience to sow flax in small
It was in the year 1777 that John
violating its oontract with the new ized.
feeling for war with England at present
d rngh in Febrnary when quantities the first year, and to grow Paul Jones, commanding n ship of
“ And the secretary of the treasury ceived in reply to its requests for opin Astoria. Vessels drawing twenty feet
in the United States, says there lies a men.
can now pass over the shoalest places the date approaches for the expiration none at all exoept for seed, unless ar eighteen guns, appeared on the British
shall use the proceeds thereof for the ions npon the Venezuelan situation:
real danger in the future. He attri
From the Prince of Wales—Sir at low water, and, by taking advantage of the ninety days' preference right rangements are made to properly ret coast and made a raid on thq coast of
hours are left for fnture determina redemption of United States legal-
butes h is partly to the personal char
tender notes, and for no other purpose. Francis Knolleys is desired by the of the tides, vessels drawing twenty- given to the first aotnal settlers on tbe and scotch the fibre. For seed part of Whitehaven. The Declaration of In
acter of the president or that quality
tbe flax should stand still fnlly ma dependence was then but little more
“ Section 2—In order to provide for Prinoe of Wales and the Duke of York three feet of water or more can come land.
Concessions were made by both sides.
of it "which his friends oall firmness
any temporary deficiency now existing, to thank Mr. Pulitzer for the cable to Portland without difficulty. Co
than a year old. If England is count
and his enemies stubborness. ”
“ We recommend the building of co ing on immunity from attack at her
or which may hereafter occur, the sec gram. They earnestly trust, and can lumbia river between Vancouver, disbursed in payment $50,000 to the
The proposed meeting of the Ameri
in the Amalgamated Association retary of the treasury is hereby author-
Nez Perce Indians. It is estimated operative scotch and oil mills. A own doors in case of war with this
can society for the purpose of an ex ship
of Street Railway Employes, which ized. at his discretion, to issue certifi- be arranged in a manner satisfactory river—The project for this improve that 343 native Nez Peroes have died scotch mill w ill cost from $300 to country she has forgotten the grit aud
pression of the people for an amicable the company has persiitently refused to cates of indebtedness of the United to both countries, and w ill be snoceed- ment, adopted in 1892, provides for
sinoe the Fletcher allotment of lands $500; an oil mill is a trifle more ex enterprise of American sailora.
settlement of existing differences be
The new men engaged States to an amount not exceeding ed by the same warm feeling of friend the construction of a low dam across was oompleted in 1893. The births pensive.
tween England and the United States since the strike beagn number nearly $50,000,000, payable in three years ship which has existed between them the slongh on the Oregon side of Hay
“ Further information oan be ob- \
P r i c e ’s C r e a m B a t i n g P o w d e r .
den island to increase the volume of are recorded to the number of ninety- tamed from the secretary of the board O r . W»rld‘i
has been abandoned in view of the im 1,000. There were abont 6,000, strik- after their date, to the bearer, in law- for so many years.
Fair H igh»! Medal ana Dialaaia.
four. Theee statistics show tbe des
of trade, with whom all persons desir-
ers. They w ill report for work tomor-
money of the United States, of the
The Order of Crusaders has for row morning.
ing to grow flax next season should
denomination of $20, or multiples there- all my heart I pray to God to avert
M o n ta n a .
warded through the Hon. Neal Dow,
immediately correspond in regard to
of, with annual coupons for interest from this country and the United channel. Work during the fiscal year
Mother Stewart and Miss Frances Wil
The people of Billings are taking seed.
ELECTION OF PRESIDENT.
at the rate of 3 per cent per annum, States the crime and disaster of war be has consisted in dredging the bars on
lard, a New Year’s greeting to the
and to sell and dispose of same for not tween them; and 1 hold it to be the the notrh side of the island for the re steps to found a pnblio library.
"Farmers' bulletin, No. 27, relating
Temperance Workers of America, with M o Y e m e u t t o S u b s t i t u t e t h e P o p u l a r less than an equal amount of lawful bonnden duty of every man in both lief of navigation, the depth on these
Montana oattle shpiments for 1895 is to flax cnltnre, can be obtained free
V o t e lo r t h e E l e c t o r a l C o l l e g e .
$ J O O O worth o f lovely M usic lor
the hope that the war will now be
placed at 225,000 head. The oattle lto- fr-.ni the United States agricultural
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money of tne United States.
TV I I I .
Cents, consisting o f «00 pages -
New York, Deo. 36. -A . local
paper j m » ^ mu. 2_
^ 1 M
full size Sheet V u s k o f the ;
temporarily guage, and to do all that he can con feet to thirteen feet at low water. oeived compared with 1894 w ill prob department”
latest, brightest, liveliest and i-iost popular -
Willamette river, above Portland, ably show 700,000 decrease.
T h e V e n e z u e l a C o m m is s i o n .
increase the revenue to meet the ex scientiously to promote peace.
selections, both vocal and ¡-istrum entaf,-
T. M. Curtin, a cousin of the late
G r a ftin g ; E x p e r i m e n t s .
gotten up In the most elegan- manner, tn- ‘
The following unsolicited dispatch and Yamhill river, Oregon—At the
Hagerstown, Ind., Dec. 81.—The re- Andrew Curtin, who was governor of penses of the government and provide
The report that scab had gotten
four large size Portraits.
was received from the Freemasons of time of the adoption of the present pro among the sheep on the Marias proves
Experiments in grafting tomato cions
port that Richard H. Alvey, chief jus Pennsylvania, and a relative of Jere against deficinecy.
CARMENCITA, f*?a Spanish Dancsr,
ths Great Pianist.
“ Be it enacted, etc., that from and
tice of United States oourt of appeals, miah Cnrtin, who for many years was
to be nntrne. Commissioner Miller on potato stocks, as well as potato
ADELINA PATTI and
the passage of this act, and nntil Freemasons’ Clnb, Manchester, to river, forty miles above Portland, was and others have investigated the mat cions on tomato stocks, Lave often been
District of Colombia, has been request connected with the United States legs - 1 after
8 ELIGMSN C UTTIN G . ;
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ADbHIM ACL <
ed by President Cleveland to become a .•
be levied, American Freemasons: Glory to God the head of low-water navigation, ter, and found no traoe of th6 danger carried on in this country. Of course,
tion at . a.
is preparing " to August 1, 1898, there n n shall
n n r if it l in the Highest; on earth, peace, good
THE NEW YORK MUSICAL ECHO CO. =
in tbe latter case, tbe tomato roots do
memeber of the Venezuela commission, spend $100,000 to secure an amend , collected and paid on all
Broadway Theatre B
I ld g., New Y o rk C ity .
The project of 1878 contemplates the ous disease. Sheepmen report their not produce potatoes, bnt the tomato
The request was made ment to the constitution of the United wools of classes 1 and 2, as defined in w ill to men.”
herds perfectly clean.
S S El
CAN V V A ASSERS
Various English religious bodies improvement of the river by the re
grafts may bear potato flowers and
act hereinafter cited, approved
Thursday last in Washington. The States. Most of the money w ill oome i the
J , . _.
October 1, 1890, and subieot to the con
proposition took Judge Alvey by sur ,
seed. In a lecture on pototoes, deliv
from Mr. Curtin’s own pocket. T h a t _____ ,’j
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prise, and he begged for time to oon balance will be given by two friends, ditions and limitations thereof, and on their sympathy with their efforts for tion of dikes to oontract the waterway
Application w ill be made at the next ered before the Royal Horticultural So
all hair of the camel, goat, alpaca and
iader the matter before committing
session of the assembly at British Co ciety lately, Mr. A. Buttons spoke on
who are earnest believers in his project
able channel for light-draft boats from lumbia for tbe incorporation of a com a plant graft on a tomato, in which
himself. This the president granted and who have the utmost faith in his other animals, except as herein provid
Portland to Eugene, a distance of 172 pany to maintain and snpport an elec the plant, after having produced a
ed; and on all noils, shoddy, garnetted
He is at his home in Hagerstown, and ability to accomplish his object
waste, top waste, slabbing waste, rov newsapera today continue their com miles. This project was extended in
w ill be here until his oonrt meets the
Mr. Cnrtin and his private secre ing waste, ring waste, yarn waste and ments npon the Venezuela question, 1892 to include the removal of obstruc tric light and power plant and water truss of flowers and several berries,
first Monday in January
works at or near the toWH of Rossland. seemed to have determined that it was
and hopes are expressed that the Christ
tary are at present visiting friends in
Tonight Judge Alvey said that he this city. The amendment to the con all other wastes composed wholly or mas holidays w ill continue to bring tions in the Yamhill river from its
AV t A10.1 KAUt MARKS ^
The preliminary steps in the organ its peculiar duty to produce tubefs,
had not yet fully made up his mind stitution for which Mr. Cnrtin is now in part of wool, and on all woolen about a calmer mood on both sides of
ization of tbe fruit exchange has been and, therefore, several of these were
C O P Y R IG H T S .^
whether he would accept or not, for working is the election of the presi rags, mango and flocks, and a duty the Atlantic. The possibility of war
started from the axils of the leaves.
C A S I O B T A IN A P A T E N T f
an b on e< opinion, writ« to
many of his cases would come np before dent by a popular vote instead of by a equivalent to 60 per cent of the duty between Great Britain and tbe United allotments of $3,000 and $2,000, re ganization w ill have power to operate A picture of this plant showed half a M l N N <V C O ., and
who have had nearly o h y years*
spectively, were made for Die purpose
experience in th e potent b u i n e « . Communio»,
imposed on each of such articles.
the district court of appeals at the oollege of electors.
fruit canneries, evaporators and cider dozen good-sized tubers growing along tlons strictly confidential. ▲ H a n d b o o k of In.
formation concerning P a t e n t s and bow to ob
"Section 2—That from and after the States is regarded as past and the affair from the appropriations for improving
Jannary term. Because of his heavy
After he has accomplished this, as passage of this act and nntil August 1, is now viewed chiefly from the stand- the Willamette river above Portland. mills.
tain them pent free. A lso s catalogue o f mechan
judicial duties, and for other reasons, he feels sure he will, he intends to
ical and scientific books sen t free.
pint of American domestic politics and
An application w ill be made to the
P a te n t >■ taken throngh Mutin k Co. teeetre
There Is danger that the prevailing special
he hesitated about immediately accept work for a ohange by which United 1898, there shall be levied, collected its bearing npon the financial situa Dnring tho past year snagging opera
notice in tb e r*« ieW tlfic A m e r i c a n , and
are brought widely, before tbe public with
ing the president's offer. He is heart States senators w ill also be chosen by and paid on all imported artioles tion.
out cost to th e in v en tor. TWi splendid paper.
year to abandon, to a considerable ex Issued weekly, eieaantty illustrated, bae oy far th o
ily in accord with the president’s popular vote. Snch a change, Mr. made in whole or in part of wool,
Thomas A. Edison, the inventor, is
largest circu lation of any scientific work In th e
views, and feels under obligations to Cnrtin thinks, would be of great bene worsted, or other materials described being pleasantly chaffed as tbe result river and to McMinnville on the Yam' will be carried by the Nelson & Fort tent, the safe plan of raising abundant world. S 3 s year. Fampie copies sent free
u u i i w i i a E d itio n . , m
fEZAO a year. Single
hill river. Amount that can be profit
in section 1, of this aot.
further Mr. Cleveland's policy.
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s s cents.
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fit to the oountry and would prevent
of the publication here of an alleged ably expended in fiscal year ending
It is reported that the Kasslo and —----------------------- -----------------------— Uru! plates, in colors, and photograzhi
to s _______
C s d « e o f H ts S i l e n c e .
mnoh injnstioe from which the people
this act, and nntil August 1, 1898,
As a first step
W o r l d ’s F a i r H i g h e s t A w a r d .
London, Dec. 8 1 .— The Chronicle , are now suffering.
the coming session of tbe legislature, |
there shall be levied and paid on im quoted as describing a number of
says: "Lord Donraven’s failure to in -! toward bringing abont the ohange, port lumber and other articles designa startling inventions which he is said
W a s h in g to n .
apply for permission to extend the road j
criminate Defender’s owner or crew is Mr. Cnrtin and hia friends are abont to ted in paragraphs 674 to 688, inclusive, to be ready to bring forward in the
Davenport wants a new town hall. from Landon to Silverton. Ths exten- j
oomplete. He may now in oold blood establish a bureau in Washington of an act entitled ‘An aot to Reduce event of war.
The construction of the new Catho sion w ill probably be begun in the
reflect that he has done more to breed throngh whioh an expression of opin- Taxation, to Provide Revenue for the
The S t James's Gazette, comment lic church at Marysville has been com spring.
bad blood between the two nations than
Government and for Other Purposes,’ ing npon the statement attributed to menced.
A fish packing company capitalized
for president by the leading parties
John Redmond, the Irish leader , re
tion of a famous French priyakdan. wf»! n a teti v eure you of ail ner
all others combined. ’ ’
vous or diseases o f the generative organs, sucb as Loet Manhood
It is reported that an electric light at half a million w ill start operations
w ill be secured. This bureau w ill be whioh became a law August 27, 1894, garding the attitude of Ireland in case
I nw sn : -la, rains In the B uck , kwjnit aJ CmMp'im. NeCvons ItebUUv!
T h e S o u t h e r n P n e .d e D i v i d e n d .
Pim ples, t nfimess to M a r r y , E x latmittg
Varicocele a id
opened in a few days and w ill be at
of war, styles him a traitor, and says
C'en»! ina tion. 1 1 stops ail lar*—
« b v -*—
d a y — o —
r o t g - b t - p P r e v e n t» q t *
New York, Dec. 26.—The announce work nntil after the Democratic and duties imposed on each of snch ar it believes him also to be a libeler np the water front
Ji-vsof discharge, w hich If h n otel b raked leads to Ap'TTnstorrt*** s
( • p o r t o f C a b a n D e f e a t C o n f ir m e d .
ment was made in Wall street today Repulbican conventions.
B E F O R E a n d A F T E R k id n ey s and th e u rin ary organs of I
Hanson's Ferry is to have a two-
when he says that Ireland would go
Madrid, Dec. 26.—A dispatch from
that the Southern Pacific w ill pay,
C I T P I D E M E stren gth en s and restor**s sm a ll w e.ik organs.
Washington, Dec. 30.—The house solidly American. The St. Jame’s story building, the lower floor to oe a Colon, province of Matanzaa, Cuba,
T h e reason sufferer* »re not cn.-ed b y Imcmr* i>* becHn**- nin ety p e r c e n t rtre troubled with
January 2, to stockholders of the Cen
today responded to the appeal of the Gazette asks what wonld happen to the postoffice, and the upptr story to be a confirms the report that Spanish troops
P r w a t a t lt l s ^ C U P l DEN E ls tbe on ly known rem edr to core without an opyratkxi. b<00 testtmoni-
als. A written guarantee g1v*»n and m on ey returned If six boxes does n ot effect a |
tral Pacific, as nnder agreement, a
London, Deo. 26.—George C. Os president by passing a tariff bill, the American politician just now who pnblio hall.
fl.0 0 a b o v ,» ix f*»r |Y0h. by mall. Send for t r ek circular and testimonials.
rooted 4,000 insurgents on the Cal-
semi-annual dividend of
of I per borne, the ninth duke of Leeds, is operation of which is limited to two would say, in the event of war, Ire
» A d d r e « D A V O L M E D I C I N E C O . , P. O. B ox CTL f i Frai « U n , fa* - • S r im , bg
Tbe Commercial Clnb at Everett is men* river.
On* hundred of the
dead, aged 18.
and a half years and which is designed land wonld fight for Enlgand.
J. BENSON, Agent
to publish pamphlets descriptive of the an «my were killed.
S TH A TH N E V IS
T h e D is a b le d S te a m s h ip H a s
P o rt T ow n sen d .
DOINGS OF CONGRESS
NEW FARM IN D U STR Y
R each ed
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
VENEZUELAN A F F A IR
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