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    PHENOMENAL PROPOSITIONS
—FOR-
C A P I T A L A N D E N T E R P R IS E
VOL. 7.
THE LEADER.
■HE RAILROAD G A T E W A Y
- TO -
B O H E M IA G O L D M IN E S
COTTAGE GROVE. LANE COUNTY. OREGON. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 29. 1896.
COTTAGE
PROJECT SALMON
GROVE
.AJNTD
OUR SISTER STATES
NO. 39.
H J E O Æ A J T I.
<TELD, FARM, DARDEN
ly ’s indebtedness is within the legal
| near Niles Center, 111., by gas from a rp( )
O NLY TWO RECEIVERS.
timit.
1 coal stove.
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M c H e n r y a n d B ig e lo w to M a n a g e th e
An effort w ill be made by Port
B ill Nye, the turnons humorist, died
.N orthern P a c ific R a ilr o a d .
Blakeley stevedores to float the British
Devoted to the Best Interests ■ at his home in Asheville, N. C., from
USEFUL INFORM ATION CONCERN­
INTERESTING
NEWS
NOTES
FROM
HAS
GOVERNMENT JURISDIC-
Milwaakee, Feb. 25.-T h e r e w ill be
ship Kilbrannan, now aground at Port
of Cottage Grove, Lematl and I a paralytic stroke.
ING FARM WORK.
VARIOUS
PLACES.
Wilson, near Port Townsend.
TIO N OVER THE COLUMBIA?
no third receiver for the Northern Pa­
Daniel Galencia, residing near Spo­
Bohemia Gold Mining District.
cific
Railroad
company.
This,
it
is
j
Snow
fell
to
the
depth
of
seventeen
kane, killed himself by shooting him­
said, has been definitely settled npon,
inches in two hours at Martin, in K it­
self through the heart.
L E A D E R B U ILD IN G
ir it l a S o D e c i d e d , C o n g r e s s w ill B e and consequently Receiver Andrew T h e G r a n t N o r t h w e s t F u r n is h e s S o m e titas county, last Saturday, making P r e p a r i n g S t r a a b . r r l * . f o r F r u l U n g -
A large amount of spurious coin in
T b . C a r . o f l i e u , l a C o ld W . a t h e r —
N e w s o f M o r e T h e n G e n e r a l I n t e r ­ ten feet now on the ground there.
A s k e d t o m s . . L a w f o r t h e P r e s - Burleigh, who was appointed by Judge
the shape of 60-cent and $1 pieces has
Hanford,
w
ill
have
to
step
down
and
The
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The
shingle
men
of
the
state,
says
e r v t t t i o n o f t h e F l i h —T o
been found to be in circulation at
out. More than this, it is said by at­
B u t to r — M l.c r lla u e o u «.
a l l I n d u s t r ie s - O r e g o n .
the Post-lntelligenoer, are holding
In d is c r im in a t e K i l l i n g .
Wenatchee, Wash.
torneys connected with the legal action
well together in their determination
Fine berries and large crops depend
The president has signed the bill ex­
Buildings to cost $61,000 are under
Washington, Feb. 25.— It was a that Messrs. McHenry and Bigelow are
E d i t o r and B u s i n e s s M a n a g e r
not
to resnme work nntil abont
much npon the treatment the plants
tending the operation of the mineral source of disappointment to the Ore- now the receivers for the entire proper- way in Fossil.
March 1.
land laws to the north half of the Col­ gon delegation that no action was ties of the Northern Paciflo railroad,
receive the spring of fruiting that no P f l f l PI F O R F V F R Y R f l l W
Gang plows have begun work in
Seattle has offered Magnolia bluffs one can afford to neglect them theu, |
y r u n L IL I1 IU IH M
ville Indian reservation.
R a t ? « o f S u b s c r ip tio n .
taken by the legislatures of Oregon although part of the road is still in the Grant county.
to the federal government as a site for
Almost everybody talers some laxative
At a meeting of Irish-Americans and Washington looking to the preser- \ possession of Receiver Bnrleigh. Re-
O N E Y E A R ....... ................................. —
OO
Plowing was general in Sherman an army post, with an offer of rednoed says a correspondent of the Farmer's
Voice. Where the soil is free truin median« to cleanse the system and kem the
These rates are strictly In advance.
held in New York, resolutions were vation of the salmon of the Columbia ceiver McHenry and Receiver Burleigh county last week.
rates for city water and transportation weed seed the matter is vastly simpli- blood pure. Those who t. ke SIMMONS
SubKcribern wishing a change In their adopted demanding the release of all ■
river. The attempt was made while have been in New York for the past
p stoffice address should give their old as well
Empire City is in line with an 8 on the electric road.
tied. But such soil is not always to be LIVER REGULATOR (liquid or powder)
political prisoners confined in English Senator Mitchell was endeavoring to ten days. Receiver Bigelow w ill join
as new addresM.
o’ clock enrfew ordinance.
The E cho -1. kad kr w ill be sent to subscribers
The supreme oourt has decided that a had; and the richer the soil the more cet all the benefits cf a mild and pleasant
get an appropriation for the fish com­ them early this week. Then arrange­
nntil all arrears are paid and paper orde:ed to jails.
A Marshfield faotory turned out boom oompany cannot oompel loggers apt it is to be infested with weeds, laxative and tonic that purifies the blood
be d scontlnu^d according to law.
E. R. Campbell, ex-clerk of the mission to carry out its plans of in­ ments w ill be made for the turning
Any subscriber not receiving his paper
5,000 apple boxes for the neighboring along the river in which is the com­ bubdue the weeds by running shallow
o n * fdvFn ’ A" J
over
of
the
properties
in
the
possession
creasing
the
fish
product
of
the
river
United
States
district
court,
was
shot
more than this; SIMMONS
LIVER REGU­
regularly w ill please notify this office Imme­
farmers this season.
pany's boom to boom tbeir logs and cultivator down middles as early in LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active
diately.
and killed by his son, Robert Camp­ and its tributaries. The commission of Bnrleigh.
We invite short articles of eeneral in­
spring as practicable. Scrape around and healthv, and when the Liver is In
The snagboat is at work on the bar pay the ooompany the boomage.
Nashville, Tenn.
Young refused to have anything to do with
terest-lon g ones, as a rule, not published. A ll bell, in
PO RTLAND TO EUREKA-
in the river at Junction City, blasting
articles must be accompanied by the name of Campbell has been regarded as men­ the matter until some method was de­
The jam on the Colville river near and between plants with small, welt- good condition you find yourself free from
the writer, not for publication, but as evidence
ont and deepening the channeL
Springfield, is to be removed. This sharpeued weeding hues, which w ill Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick-
vised to protect the fish and prevent
of good faith. We assume no responsibility for tally unsound.
E f f o r t s o f t h e C h a m b e r o f C o m m e r c e t o liT h e city oonnoil of Albany estimates w ill give better transportation facilities remove e ll weeds and not cut deep Headache and Constipation, and rid of
the opinion» of correspondents.
their
indiscriminate
killing,
which,
Seven people were asphyxiated, one
that worn out and debilitated feeling,
Entered at the postoffice at Cottage Grove as
E s t a b lis h a R e g u l a r L i n e .
that it w ill cost $14,800 to run that to settlers on at least 1,000 acres of the enough to injure roots. Then apply
second class matter.
fatally hurt by jumping from a w in­ the commission declares, meant their
over rows, plants and a ll, a b o u t i e ' T h e * are al1 causf J bV a sl!!8R‘*h Liv'r .
best land in the Colville valley.
ultimate
destruction.
Senator
Mitchell
oity
this
year,
and
the
resonrees
are
Eureka,
Cal.,
Feb.
24.—
Great
inter­
dow, and five others more or less in­
A d v e r t is in g H a te s M a d e K n o w n on A p ­
t
- .-» a
—
i
Judge Arthur, of Spokane, has de­
jured by fire in the residence of James believes the general government can est is manifested here over the propo­ estimated at $15,850.
p lic a t io n .
mercial fertilizer rich in potasn, stable ¡s prop^iy at work- If troubled with any
The town oonnoil of Florenoe has cided that the collections on the tax- manure, and unbleached wood ashes, if
R. Arminger, a prominent jeweler of take jurisdiction of the Columbia and sition made by the Portland Chamt*er
of these complaints, trv SIMMONS LIVER
take steps to prevent the destrnction of of Commerce to establish a regular voted an appropriation to build a float­ roll for any year are properly usable
Baltimore, Md.
be had ill sufficient quantities R E G U L A T O R . The King of Liver Medi­
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
the salmon industry of that stream. line of steamers between that place ing wharf tor the accommodation of for the current expenses of that year,
A t Seney Mich., four men were k ill­
are
excellent.
Ten
good
loads
of
cines,
and Better than Pills.
He has had referred to the judiciary and Eureka. Martin Wallace, of the the maritime community.
without regard to former indebtedness.
manure and fifty bushels of ashes an
lCM BKRf.AND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— ed and seven seriously injured by a committee the resolution he introduced Portland Flouring M ill Company, baa
E V E R Y P A C K A G E -«»
The agent of the bureau of associated acre w ill do, scalteerd over and around
j Sunday school, 10 a . m . Preaching, 11 a . m . steam log-hauler at a lumber camp.
There w ill no donbt be several head
l i a s i h o Z S t a m p in r e d o n w r a p p e r .
on the subject, so that the committee been sent here as a represantative of the
and 7 f . M., first and third Sunday in each
charities
at
Seattle
tells
some
strange
of
sheep
for
sale
in
Grant
county
this
the plants; the ashes on top as they
mouth Prayer meeting, each Wednesday at The engine became uncontrollable and may decide that the general govern­ Portland chamber.
J . H . Z e i l l n & C o ., P h i l o . , P a .
spring. Sheepmen are all in hopes of stories of families living in dire desti­
8 f . x. (“ We are Journeying unto a place of ran down the road at full speed, catch­
ment has jurisdiction. If so, then
The Oregon Railway & Navigation securing a slightly advanced prioe for tution in that oity who are well con­ hasten the action of the manure. Re­
which the Ix>rd said, I w ill give it you; come
member that almost anything can be
thou v it h us and we wilt do thee good.'’— ing the men before escape was pos­ Senator Mitchell intends to introduce a Company has now a small steamer, the
nected and have relatives in the city salely scattered over and on straw­
their sheep this season.
Numb 10 » .
R ev . C. A W OOLEY, Pastor.
sible.
DOINGS OF CONGRESS.
bill to cover the case, and in accord­ South Coast, on the roure, and as soon
berry plants while in dormant state—
An important strike was made in worth $100,000.
Another big gun has reached the ance with the wishes of the people of as the merchants here are w illin g to
/THRÌ8TIAM C H F R O I—HERYK E8 A T 11 A.
Arrangements are being made where­ while not growing. Should the ap­ B o u l i n . W o r k u f t h . K i r t j . F o u r t h See-
\ j M . a n d K f . M. Hunday school at 10 a . m . Presidio in San Francisco.
It was Oregon and Washington on this im­ guarantee a larger freight and passen­ the upper tnnnel of the North Pole
• I o n —S e n a t « .
Y. P. 8. C. E., each Sunday ai 4 r. M. Midweek hauled to the top of the ridge back of
by water w ill be taken from the Snake plication be unavoidably delayed till
mine
at
Bonrne
receutly.
A
body
of
portant
subject.
The
text
of
the
reso­
prayer and praise services, Wednesday evening
ger traffic a much larger and better
a t? o'clock. Musical rehearsal, each Saturday I Fort Point.
This is the second 30-ton lution introduced by Senator Mitchell steamer w ill be put on. This company ore about eight feet in width of high river to irrigate 1,000 acres of Frank­ growth begins, it should be applied
Washington, Feb. 21.— The Cnban
evening at 7 oc’ lock.
lin oounty land. It is expected that just before a rain, which w ill wash it question came before the senate today
| rifle to be added to the Fort Ponit bat­ is as follows:
has a road from Portland to Umatilla grade was enoountered.
“ Whereas, The salmon fishing in­ Junction, where a connection is made
A gravel train of nineteen cars is the canal w ill be completed in time for off the leaves into the ground; or it for defluiro and final action, and it is
ETIIO PIST CHURCH—-SUNDAY SCHOOL tery and completes the trio ordered lor
at 10 a . M. P re id lin g each fourth Sunday this coast several years ago.
dustry of the Columbia river is one of with the Great Northern for Spokane now working betwten Merlin and Ash­ the ground to be seeded in the spring. can be scattered around and between expected tUat votes w ill be taken at an
morning and evening. Prayer meeting, every
land, filling in depressions with de­
A London special says the Natal vast magnitnde, the pack of last year and the East
Thursday night. •* The Lord is in His holy tem­
Prepaiations are being made to estab­ the plants. Where the soil >- not so J early d»y on the several pending prop-
ple.”
REV. M. O. B R IN K , Pastor.
Times claims to have the best authority amounting to 655,410 cases, of the ag­
From Umatilla Junction its line ex­ composed granite obtained from the lish a cold storage and meat-packing ihlested with weeds as to ne i much ositious— requesting Spain to recognize
for the statement that the Sonth Af- gregate value of $3,342,928, giving em­ tends to Huntington, where it meets cats north of Grant's Pass.
plant in Walla Walla. The total cost scraping, the manure and ashes are the belligereucy of Cuba, aud request­
l«s t applied late the previona fall. If ing a recognition of Cubau indepen­
rican republic w ill, on the fifteenth an­ ployment to 1,574 operatives and 8,775 the Union Paciflo. The Oregon R ail­
Work on the ladies' hall of the East­ of land, machinery and bnildiugB w ill
niversary of the Boer victory over the fishermen, and investment to more way & Navigation Company then can ern Oregon state normal school at be abont $30,000. It is expected that weeds appear after the fertilizer is dence. The first thing of importance
British under General Colley at Ma- than $3,000,000; and
offer to the people of this section the Weston w ill be begun in a short time, an average of 250 hogs a day w ill be applied they must be dug out, or re­ in the senate teday was the reading i f
moved by baud, so as hut to draw the a resolution from the secretary of treas­
ju\ia ta’A, yoclAira its independence.
“ W hereas.lt is evident from past choice of two connecting routes to the and it is expected that the building slaughtered.
lertihzer or manure from the plants. ury as to coin and other money iu circu­
E P I T O M E OF THE TELEGRAPHIC
The great tailors’ strike, wYilcc hi.., experience elsewhere tils? th? Ssk
I f any arrangements can be w ill be completed by Jnne 1.
The opposition looking to the redac­
The weeds well overcome apply mulch- lation, whioh was ordered priuted for
NEWS OF THE WORLD.
been in force several weeks in many said river will''become extinct unless made so that the same through rates
A La Grande man has discovered an tion of the prioe of Balmon has culmin­ lug. It is best to scatter it over and
the nse of the senate. The senate then
cities of Germany, has been ended by properly protected and artificially enjoyed by the Washington shingle and ingenious devioe for olearing the side­ ated in the Columbia River Fisher­
lumber men can be secured by the walk of snow. It is simply a lawn- men's Protective Union addressing a let the plants grow up through it. spent some time indiscuBsiug the ques­
the employers granting a 12 per cent hatched; and
“ Whereas, From the fact that said Eureka manufacturers it w ill not be mower, with a box attached behind to letter to the seiners along the river, and The berries thru form above the mulch tion of official procedure. Sqiure re­
increase of wages. The seamstresses'
A n In t e r e s t in g C o lle c tio n o f Ite m s F r o m
Columbia river is partly within the long before redwood s ingles, doors oatoh the snow— and it is said to work also np-river fishermen, asking them and keep perfectly clean. Pine needles ported favorably it bill reqiuiiug that
t h e T w o H e m is p h e r e s P r e s e n t e d In a j strike, a movement allied to the tail-
(teu loans au acre) are best. But any marine eugineeis be American citizens.
jurisdiction of the state of Oregon and an^ window sashes w ill be laid down to perfection.
to combine to resist any attempt at
C o n d e n s e d F o r m — A L a r g e A m o u n t j ors' strike, is also on the eve of a settle-
straw or hay chopped small enough not Minor bills blocked the way for some
partly within the jurisdiction of the jn Kansas City, Chicago, Buffalo and
reducing
the
prioe
of
raw
fish.
o f I n f o r m a t i o n In a S m a ll S p a c e .
|
The oity council of Ashland has a
to blow off w ill answer. With plenty time, bnt Call dually had the Cuban
state of Washington, and therefore, other Eastern markets, to compete with
Arthur C. Newsan, the former
The Whatcom county shingle output of manure no mulch is needed. Take
case against an agent of a sewing ma­
resolntious called up, and they took
not
wholly
subject
to
the
legislative
the
pine
industry,
which
now
controlls
Thomas Howes Hinckley, an artist Hritiah magistrate at Cedros. Trini-
chine company for violating a oity or­ for 1895 was 488,600,000, of an esti­ the advice of au old grower of straw­ np the time until adjournment.
of wide fame, died in Boston.
dad, who was arrested in Brooklyn, control of either state, it becomes of these markets.
mated
value
of
$488,600.
There
are
dinance regulating peddling. The ma-
berries: Keep your nelds clean, ma­
the utmost importance that whatever
For many years San Francisco has
Washington, Feb. 25.— The senate
Chicago clothing-cutters and trim- July 7, last, charged with having
forty-five mills in the county, employ­ nure them well, and, unless your vari­
legislation is necessary looking to the monopolized the entire trade of this chide company w ill probably make a
mere have ordered a strike, and 20,000 embezzled about £100,000 belonging to
ing on an average 947 men in various eties are worthless, you w ill hot fail of committee on public lands decided to
protection and promotion of this great country. Lately, however, the mer­ test ¡of the matter.
favorably report the house bill extend­
are thrown out of work.
the British government, has been ac­
capacities, and disbursing $366,282 lor
industry shonld be enacted by the con­ chants here have secured some of their
Within a radius of forty miles around labor. In addition the larnber mills your reward.
ing tho time vhich suits may be
The secretary of the interior has ap­ quitted after two trials, and has been gress of the United States, provided
wares from Portland, and now a con­ G raft's Pass there is said to be in paid $105,000 for labor, making a total
brought by the government to annul
B o g u s B u tte r.
proved a list of eighty acres of land se­ set at liberty.
jurisdiction over the subject exists in siderable trade is in a fair way to be operation fully 100 giant hydraulic
The produce exchange of Chicago unauthorized grants of pnblio lauds.
of $471,252 by the lamer industry, from
lected in Oregon City land distict, Or­
State Senator Gny, of New York, congress; therefore, be it
established between the two places. plants, which speak well for the won­ a total of $761,252 wages earned in the gives the following figures on bogus The committee made several verbal
egon, by the Oregon & California rail- j has prepared a bill which w ill be pre-
“ Resolved, That the committee on Next to securing an Eastern railroad derful richness of placer deposits ot
batter: in 1894, in the United Slates, amendments to the bill, and also added
county.
ruad, under its grant.
j stinted to the legislature very soon the judeiary be, and it is. hereby in­ direct, this is considered by the busi­ that portion of the state.
there were mauulactured 70,1100,000 canal lands to those which are inolnded
John L. Waller, confined in a French which authorizes the city to purchase structed to investigate and report to ness men as the best proposition the peo­
Id a h o .
pounds of oleomargarine, equal to the iu the bilL The decision of the corn-
¿»Tty-nine people joined the First
prison, has been granted a pardon by and remove the Edgar Allen Poe^cot- the senate at the earliest practicable ple of this district can expect.
The Northern Pacific railway has product of bUO.bOo cows, of which i » mittee was preceded by a 4warwg_uL.
Pre^uyterian church at Brownsville re-
President Fanre, due to the represent;!- ! tage. The bill provides for an ;}ppro- date whether or not the congress of the
just issued a valuable folder that is
ceuíhT as the result of revival work,
Illinois there were made about 6 0 ,0 0 0 ,- representatives of the various localities
tiuns made by the United States gov- priation of $50,000, which sum, it is United States has jurisdiction to legis­
devoted exclusively to the Nez Porce
the
oonverts
is
Orville
Mont-
(100 pounds, equal to the product ot interested iu the proposed legislation.
THE
FIGHTING
AT
JARUCCO
ernment in the prisoner's behalf.
| estimated, w ill cover all expenses.
reservation.
late concerning the protection anu pro­
4 5 0 ,0 0 0 c o w b .
During the above per­ There was a proposition before thi
g»ib i * a brother °* the recently
The Elicott Square building strike in , The monitor Monadnock has been motion of the salmon fisheries of the L a t e r R e p o r t a S e n t O u t F r o m H a v a n a n-^Jvoi Lloyd Montgomery.
The bicyclists of Boise have peti­ iod the agricultural producer for the committeee to include Mexican land
Buffalo, N. Y „ is ended, and a thou- forxnally placed in
commission at Columbia river
tioned the council for permission to raw material entering into a pound ol grants iu the txteusiou, but White ap­
F a v o r a b l e t o t h e S p a n is h ,
The taxroll has been placed in the
sand or more work neu have returned M are-.slaudnavyjard, San Franc.sco
ride on sidewalks between November butter received 16 cents, while under peared iu opposition to this, contend­
AFTER TH IRTY-TW O YEARS
hands
of
the
sheriff
of
Benton
county.
Havana,
Feb.
24.—
The
government,
Monadnock was
commenced
1 and May 1 at four to eight mile the same conditions for the raw ma- ; ing that the Mexican grant question
to work. The differences between tho . The
The
aggregate
amount
of
taxes
to
be
H o r r i b l e F a t e o f T h r e e D e s e r t e r s In a Tuesday, sent a force of troops to
gaits.
superintendent and the men have been twelve yeais ago, and has dragged
terial entering into a pound of oleo­ should be settled as soon as possible,
collected
is
$60,301,46.
Last
year
the
W
e
s
t
V
i
r
g
i
n
i
a
f
o
a
l
M
in
e
.
Juarcco, this province, on the report
i along at intervals. Navy officers say
The Rnby Creek miuing district in
in the interest of all concerned, and
amicably settled.
Colliers, W. Va., Feb. 25.— People that Gomez and Maceo were attacking amount was $55,132.46. The roll was Northern Idaho bids fair to make margarine be received three cents, i
■ she is now a most powerful battleship
This diff erence represents a loss of 18 the amendment was not made.
Dr. A. T. Perkins, of Chicago, has and able to hold her own against any are mnch excited over a recent find, the town. The insurgents burned the placed in the sheriff's hands last year,
a good showing the coming season. cents on every pound of oleomargarine !
patented a process of keeping fruits, thing that float;.
U O U M .
which, it is claimed, clears up a mys- jail, liberated thirty-fonr prisoners and February 23.
Several
properties, notably among sold and consumed as butter — over j
meats and perishable products during
tery
of
thiry-two
years’
standing.
The
destroyed
a
number
of
hnts
by
fire,
but
The Bandon school district has voted which are the Grey Eagle, the Silver
Washington, Feb. 20.— The house
The
Chicago
Post's
Washington
$8,000,000 in the United States and 1 today passed the agricultural apprupri-
transports tun by the use of sterilized
remains of four human bodies have were repulsed by the garrison while a levy of six mills for the pnipose of
It is acuns<|rv-
air. His patents extend to the antip­ special says that on authority of a been discovered in an abandoned coal trying to capture Juarcco itself. Gen- paying the indebtedness of the district. King, the Big Bine Bird and the F 7 , 600, 000 in Illinois.
,
, , ation bill. It carries $3,168,192. The
Happy Three mines, show some very ative estimate that
gentleman who enjoys the personal
80 to 95 per cent of
ion Qf tbe reTiged a,atutt)n for the
odes.
mine
east
of
here.
David
Snyder
has
eral
Hernandez,
at
the
head
of
1,000
It
is
expected
that
the
amonnt
of
the
high
assays
in
gold
and
bat
very
little
confidence
of
the
president
as
fo
lly
as
F
r í a r oleo
t lo n o
n u a m n û ri
l is
a n
n n a n m o n as
oa a
n d . •
the
consumed,
consumed
and
A faotory for the making of reme­
explored
the
old
mine,
which
has
not
Spanish
cavalry,
arrived
at
Juarcco
at
levy
w
ill
clear
the
district
of
ail
debt,
purchase
uud distribution of “ rare and
dies similar in nature to the proprie­ any one, the statement is made that if been worked since the '60s, and discov- sunrise yesterday, and soon afterward except the $3,000 of bonds issued for silver. Mining men who have visited for butter at the price of butter. Ev-1 uncommon” seeds, which Secretary
congress
adjourns
without
currency
the
district
lately
speak
well
of
the
ery pound of the oleo consumed takes
tary medicines now on the m aiiet is
ered the human bodies. One of the attacked the insurgents. The enemy the new school house.
Morton declined to execute in the cur­
mineral possibilities.
the place of and destroys the sale of a
to be started by Chicago retail drug­ legislation along the lines suggested skeletons was sitting npright against a left twelve dead on the field and re­
rent appropriation law, was repeated,
The driver of the Vale-Ontario stage,
by
Mr.
Cleveland,
he
w
ill
call
a
special
It
is
understood
that
the
oontraot
o
pound
of
butter.
It
is
further
true
gists. A majority of the city phar­
log. Beside this skeleton was found a tired with many wounded. Only three on arriving at Vale one day last week,
| the appropriation for seed was in­
M. J. Shields, of Mosoow, on the in that it is the yellow color, or the shade
macists are interested, and they hope session and force the issue upon the flask that contained notes explaining soldiers were wounded.
made the disoovery that a mail ponch dnstrial school bnilding has been de­ of yellow color artificially given to oleo creased from $130,000 to $160,000 and
to drive the patent medicine makers country as being the one question of the mysterious disappearance of John
The insurgent leader, Sanchez, is re- containing
________ registered packages had been
its execution was made mandatory
paramount importance.
clared forfeited by the government af that enables it to be sold aud oous> med
from the field.
EwiDg, Ben Ayers, Tom Ackleson and turning to Sancti Spiritus province of .
upon the secretary. Cousins intodnoed
open%nd’ \obbed”of iVoontentt,
James
Fitzgerald
was
banged
at
St.
ter one or two extensions of time and as butter at the price of butter. In
Alaska travel from the Bound is
Joe Obney thirty-two years ago. The Santa Clara, taking with him
his amendment to rednoe Mr. Morton's
but
not
the
slightest
cine
to
the
per
indications of an early and satisfactory other words, it is the meins whereby
growing to inch an extent that the Pa­ Louis for the mnrder of his sweet­ notes were written in pencil, but are voy of seventy-two wounded.
salary from $8,000 to $25 until he ex-
petrator of the robbery was known.
completion
of
the
work.
It
is
cur­
the
frand
is
committed
aud
the
public
cific Coast Steamship Company has de­ heart, Annie Nessens, on the night of well preserved. They read as follows:
General Pando is at Sarto Domingo,
| pended the appropriation In the cur-
rently
said
that
Jim
Smith,
of
Mosoow,
deceived.
termined to put another steamer, the November 24, 1893. The rope broke
Judge
Thomas
Smith,
of
Rosebnrg,
"Novem ber 2, 1868— Shonld this and has done a great deal towards con­
Mexioo, on the route, in addition to and the victim lay struggling on the ever reach the outside world, let it be trolling order in the district of Sagna has in hiB possession two gold coins has been placed in charge of the build
l le n a in C o ld W e a t h e r .
ruled out on a point of order. A reso­
ground
beneath
the
gallows.
The
the Topeka and A l-K i, which are now
known that we (giving names) are la Grande, through which the insur­ called the “ Beaver,” on account of the ing and w ill complete it as superin
Certainly, hens relish a “ hot mess” lution was adopted directing the com-
doctors
fonnd
Fitzgerald
still
con­
crowded every trip with freight and
These tendent for the government.
prisoners here owing to the caving-s.n gents have so frequently marched on beaver on the obverse side.
in the cold mornings
_ of autumn aud mittee on waj s and means to investi-
scious. Stimnlants were given and he of the mine. We are deserters and their way westward, the planters have coins were struck by a firm at Oregon
assengers for the North.
M o n ta n a .
wiuter. Bran or meal scalded with ' gate the effect the difference in ex­
Hope is about abandoned for the revived. A new rope was sent for and were in hiding here when the mine gone to work again disposing of their City in 1849. They are of gold and of
The value of beef cattle shipped from boiling water and mixed with scraps change between gold and silver-stand­
barkentine Discovery, owned by Pope an hoar later the sick and trembling, caved in. Food and water are all gone. grain and other products without in­ the nominal value of $5, but they Montana during the past year exceeded from the table makes an exceileut ard countries has upon the uanufaotur-
bat
very
nervy
victim,
was
again
taken
could not be purchased of the judge for that of the previous year by over $ 1 breakfast for them. Boiled potatoes, \ ing industies of the United States.
& Talbot, of Ban Francisco. The vessel
We are doomed, as no one outside is terference.
This is
is now out twenty-eight days from Port to the scaffold. This time there was aware of onr whereabouts.
000,00».
The sudden death of Senor Manuel "five times their weight in gold.”
which at present prices are hot dear The house went into committee of the
no
hitch.
Gamble, loaded with lumber. Bhe
about the eighth day of our imprison­ de la Cruz, private secretary to Tomas
Coal has been discovered near Hina food, makes a capital change. If they whole and resumed consideration of
The logging ontfit that has been get­
was commanded by Captain Christen­
Estrada Palma, and the receipt of a ting oat logs in Benton oounty, for the dale, about eighteen miles from Glas­ have their freedom, they find a consid­ | the agricultural appropriation bill.
Under the new postal appropriation ment.”
sen. There were twelve men in her, bill the secret inspection of letter car­
"November 4— John Ewing and Tom cable message from Madrid announcing pulp mills at Oregon City, has re gow, which is said to be of a good erable quantity of forage until the
Washington, Feb. 25.— The sent to
and there is scarcely any chanoe of riers by special agents w ill be stopped. Akelson have jnst killed Ben Ayers the death at the Spanish penal colony moved to the Kiger island, where all coking grade and in great abundance. ground lreezes hard, but liberal feed­
amendments to the military appropri­
them turning np alive.
The bill provides instead, that there and are eating him. I have already : at Ceuta, Africa, of Jnan Gualberto tjje balm and white fir trees on the
ing
is
also
required
to
bring
eggs.
In
ation bill were concurred in by tho
A number of Mosoow citizens inter
in the Gomez, who was the first man to lead :
neighboring farms are to cat
be and ested in mining have organized i the flock best known to the writer, house today. The senate bill to amend
As far as can be learned cx-Preeident shall be thirty additional postoffice in­ eaten my bootleg. The water
spectors,
who
shall
be
assigned
to
the
mine
is
terrible.
Onr
oil
is
getting
a
Cnban
force
in
the
field
at
the
open-
gent
down
the
river,
Harrison has not oonfided to bis friends
A raft containing branch of the Northwest Mining As fresh bones seem to have the most im ­ | section 5,294 of the revised statutes,
delivery
service exclusively. scarce and the air is becoming foul
I ing of hostilities on February 24, 1895, ! jo .OOO feet of logs was towed down sociation. Jhe branch has a member mediate effect of any tidbit that can relative to the power of the secretary
the day and hour of his wedding, but free
the day of the month V by has
my cast
has a cast
Cnban
d o o a m gloom
o ver over
the the
Cnhan
ool- ool
I
r iv e r last w eek
it is believed it w ill occur Wednesday W hile these men w ill be nominally un- j only know
be offered. With excellent care and a o{ the treagary t0 rerait cr niitigHie
ship of thirty.
ony in New York.
The news from
of the next week following Easter, der the authority of the fourth assist- watch.”
warm shelter there is really no diffi- fiuegi pemltiea or forfeitures, war
An
improved
miners'
cage
is
report
Corey Bros, have established two
“ November 6— Ewing has just killed Ceuta, by way of Madrid, was tele-
whioh closes the Lenten season, and ant postmaster-general, they w ill be
oulty in having eggs in moderate pro- pas-ed; a)8o the senate bill relating U
ed
from
Montana,
the
principal
fea­
until after which, be said in acknowl­ sufcjeot to the orders of the first assist- Ackelson. Cut off one of his feet and graphed by the jnnta to every Cuban new camps above Tongne point, mak­
fusion at all seasons.
final proof on timber onltnre entries.
around and revolutionary clnb in thiB country, and ing ten camps in all on that portion of tures being a method of doing away
edging the engagement, the marriage ant and the superintendent of the free- is eatiDg it and dancing
Representative Colstn introduced a
M i s c e lla n e o u s
with the aooidents to life and limb and
the
Astoria
railroad
line.
Four
of
del
.very
service.
They
w
ill
devote
flourishing
his
dirk-knife
like
a
was
cabled
to
every
similar
club
in
wonld not be solemnized.
resolution to investigate the action of
the
desrnction
of
property
in
mines
The
oow
ought
to
be
kept
neat
and
these
are
operated
by
the
firm
them­
then time exclnsively to the inspection roaniao.”
Sonth America and elsewhere.
A t a masked ball in Lisbon fire of the free-delivery service, and w ill
comfortable if yon expect her to give Secretary Carlisle in refusing «.'"accept
selves. while the others are in charge using the old-style chairs.
“ November 7— I am now alone with
the bid of W illiam Gravea tor $4,600,-
broke out and a panic followed. Men, pnrsne the same methods pursued by the dead. I had to kill Ewing in self-
yon good returns.
W ALLA W ALLA WHEAT RATES of subcontarotors. Between 850 and
Very
flattering
reports
come
from
000 at 116.3391.
women and ohildron jumped from the the special agents.
400 men are now employed, and it is Tony regarding the recent great strike
defense. I have jnst eaten my other
The Plymouth rocks are an excellent
windows, seriously injuring them­
— When Governor Richards, of
j
bootleg. I am sleepy.
Good-by. I I n t e r s t a t e C o m m e r c e C o m m is s io n D e ­ estimated that the first ten miles of made in the 700-foot level of the Clip fowl for the farmer, as they are good
The secretaries of the American Bap­
selves. Friends of the revelers rushed
road w ill be ready for the iron in about per mine in that city. Shipments to foragers, lay well, make good mothers, Wyoming, leaves
the capitol, bis
| enclose this note in this flask to pre­
c id e s T h e y A r e T o o H i g h .
tist
Misaionary
Unoin,
the
American
into the burning building to aid in the
two months.
daughter, aged 19, who is his private
serve it if possible, so that if it is ever
Bntte
and
Helena
prove
this
to
be
have
fair
size
and
mature
quickly.
Washington, Feb. 24.— The inter­
work of reacne, and many of them were Baptist Publication Society and the i fonnd onr sad fate w ill be known.
secretary, becomes governor :n eviey-
W a s h in g to n .
probably the richest large body of ore
state commerce commission has an­
canght by the flames. Thus far forty- American Baptist Educational Society, (Signed) Joseph Obney.”
The Malay cock, in his perfection, is thing bnt the name.
There are 420 inmates of the Walla ever discovered in the W est This
acting under the advice and anthority
nounced a decision in favor of the com­
four bodies have been taken out.
remarkably
conrageons
and
strong
Several of the old residents here­
mine is among the twenty-five claims
of their respective boards, at a meeting
plaints in the cases of Milton Evans Walla peniteniary.
bird. His beak it very thick and he is O r. Pric e 's C r e a m B a l i n g Po w d e r.
Aooording to advices received at held in Philadelphia, unanimously abouts remember these men. It was
under option to an English syndicate,
and H. D. May, against the Oregon
The First National bank of Spragne
World’s F a ir Highest Msdsl and 0 plows.
a formidable antagonist when offended.
Port Townsend from Alaska by the voted that it is impracticable to hold generally believed they had been killed Railway & Navigation Company, Mnd
and it is expected that the purchase
steamer City of Topeka, the Bank of the anniversaries in May in Portland, in battle. As no relative of the de­ its receiver and others. The cases in­ w ill follow the machine shops to Spo­ prioe w ill be paid in a short time.
Those who wonld thoroughly appre­
kane.
Juneau has failed, owing depositors Or., according to the previous arrange­ ceased men conld be fonnd their re­ volved reasonableness of wheat rates
ciate the beauty, profit and pleasure of
Despite the bad roads travel has al
Seventy-five bales of hops were sold
about $16,000. There are no assets. ment and announcement. The recent mains were given in charge of Andy from Walla W..lla and Dayton, Wash.,
the thioronghbred fowl shonld be sure
ready
commenced
to
the
Nez
Perce
in Chehalis last week at 2 cents a
J. N. Harrison, the bank's cashier and destruction by fire of the Baptist Pub­ Lister for interment
to get the best that money can bny or
to Portland.
reservation and it is estimated that
pound.
manager, jnst before the steamer sail­ lication Society bnilding in Philadel­
skill produce.
D u ir * W e e k ly R e v ie w
The main rulings are: Prior leave
1,500 white settlers w ill be on their
ed, was arrested for larceny by embez­ phia is given as one reason. An invi­
Colonel Ninevah Ford is, it is said,
Oat straw, a waste prodnet of the
O O worth of lovely Musk for Forty
New York.— R. C3. Dun & Co.’s of court which has appointed the re­
claims
before
Jnne.
The
new
city
of
Cents, consisting of too pages
zlement of $400. The cashier and his tation to hold the anniversary at As-
ceiver of railroad company is not neces­ preparing to write a history of Walla Nez Perce is already the scene of ac farm, conld and shonld be utilized by
weekly review of trsde says:
full size Sheet Music cf the
b.-other operated the bank as a joint bnry Park, commencing May 20, has
Walla and Umatilla counties.
onr dairy farmers, by a little jndicions
latest, brightest, liveliest and most popular - ^ a
The restoration of the treasury re­ sary to entitle a shipper to complain
tive
business
operations.
A
new
stage
selections, both vocal and Instrumental.
copartnership.
The Tacoma Smelting & Refining and mail line w ill be in operaion by management; of itself alone, oat straw
been accepted.
serve has boen effected with remark­ against such receiver in proceedings be­
gotten up In the most elegant manner, in- —
produces the thinnest of thin milk,
; eluding four large size Portraits.
Company
shipped
3,200
bars
of
bullion
fore
the
commission,
nor
is
such
leave
ably
little
monetary
disturbance,
A deal is said to have been made be­
A t Ellis island, in New York har­
April 1 from this place, whioh w ill
CARMENCITA,
the Spanish Dancer,
tween the Southern Paciflo and the bor, the immigration committee of the though stringency in many markets, necessary to give the commission juris­ daring January, valued at $55,913.76. give direct communication with the when if pnt through a feed cotter and
PADEREW8KI, the Or cat PlanJit,
^
mixed
with
nitogenons
fo
c
i
such
as
ADEUNA
PATTI and
Seaboard A ir Line, v whereby all the house w ill take evidence bearing on greater elsewhere than here, and great­ diction. The wheat rates to Portland,
Spokane stationary engineers are terminus of the Spokane & Palonse
UINHIE 8EUQVAH CUTT1NQ.
ootton
seed
meal
or
oil
mea.’
it
could
traffic which can possibly be diverted the administration of existing immi­ er in commercial than in other loans, 23)^ cents per 10C- pounds, from Walla laying plans for securing the passage branch of the Northern Pacific railroad.
scon ceo A LL O P O I M T O
all be made available and turned to
to the former's Sunset route w ill bo gration lawB.
The Walla and 23% cents from Dayton, by the legislature of a state license
The committee w ill has somewhat retarded bnsiness.
THE MEW YORK MUSICAL ECHO CC. ^
good account.
Broadway Theatre Bldg.. New York Q iy .
delivered by the latter at New Orleans. witness the landing of two shiploads rapid rise in the price of bonds strength­ when the complaints were filed, were law.
P h o t o g r a p h o f a B o y ' * B r a in .
CAN VASSERS W ANTED.
This deal is considered to be a direot of immigrants.
A general consulta­ ens pnblio confidence. In no import­ nnjnst and unreasonable; a reduced
New
York.
Feb.
24.—
Dr.
F.
D
r
P
r
ic
e
’s
C
r
e
a
m
B
a
k
in
g
Po
w
de
r.
In spite of the assaults made npon
blow at the Southern Pacific's direct tion on the subject of immigration and ant branch of business is the apparent j wheat rate of 2 % cents per 100 pounds,
Kolle,
who
has
been
experimenting
W
o
rld
’s
F
a
i
r
H
ig
h
e
s
t
A
w
a
rd
.
them there. Chinese are again em­
connections at Ogden. Its objeot is the class of immigrants w ill be held disposition to expand. The distribn- put in force from both shipping points
with the Roentgen rays, states that he
said to be to divert as much traffic as with the government inspectors at El­ tion to consumers has been slow and since the cases were instituted is still ployed on the railroad section at Ken- has sneneded in securing a photograph
newiok.
possible from the Central Pacific road, lis island with a view to learning redactions in prices have not brought above a reasonable and just charge for
of a boy's brain, which he says was dis
The Adams County Immigraiton As­
the Southern Pacific having entered more about the workings of the exist­ a renewal of snch buying. I’rices of service rendered; the rate on wheat in
‘C U P I 0 CNE*
tinctly shown as a dark object with
Tbl* great Vegetable
upon a deliberate and systematic policy ing laws. It is generally conceded commodities as a whole are now the carloads from Walla Walla to Portland sociation has been oragnized amid perfect outlines. He claims that be is
Vitails^r,the prescrip­
W. K. Kennedy
of impoverishing that part of its sys­ that if any immigration law is passed lowest average ever known. Reoeipts should not exceed 19% cents per 100 ranch enthusiasm.
tion o f a iam ou*French pi;rslcian. will quickie cu ie vou o f all n»r-
the first to make a satisfactory photo­
v< na or di**afies o f the generative organ«, such ».« Loot Mat brod.
tem, with the view of frightening the by the present congress it w ill be the of wheat oontinne heavy. There were pounds, or $3.90 per ton, and the rate was elected president.
Insomnia, Ibuns In the B >ck, fc*en»i- -.! Kmlso»>n«. Nervous Debill tv,
graph of the brain. Nikolai Tesla is
Pimples, Unfitness to 3Jarrv. Lxiiatiktu.g u n i» «, Varim reie a- d
United States to settle its claims Lodge bill now pending before the sen­ 2,415,558 bushels for the week, against1 for the somewhat longer distance from
The health authorities at Spokane still conducting experiments with the
Constipation. I t stf-pe n I l<>«Hes by «1»r o r night, p r e v e n t s qoP*ic*
riiss o f discharge, which If not checked '¡e*ds to *r'»rmatorrhOMion<l
against that road on the easiest terms. ate, which provides for a strict educa­ 1,542,617 bushels last year. This in- Dayton to Portland shonld not exoeed are making war on dairymen suspected X rays, which he started some time
the horrors of Im p o teocr. « r P I !>»: * E c'eaa»ea the liver, Lbo
BE F OR E a n d A F T E R All
kidney« and the nrinary orga s o f all impurities.
Irving Flemming committed suicide, tional test, in addition to the restric­ crease depressed the price, although 20 cents per 100 pounds, or $4 per ton. of selling impure milk. Three promi­ ago, bat is working on his own lines
C U P I D E X E strengthens and restore* «m all weak orga n t
wheat
is
nominally
called
T%
cents
The
complaniacts’
claim
for
a
money
nent
dea
ers
have
been
arrested.
and with his own tubes. Just how
T h « reason «offerer« nre r o t cn.ed by I w u m i Is beninst ninety per cent are troubled wltfc
by cutting his threat with a razor, at tion of present laws.
P r o a i « t i t i » . C U P I D EN E is the only known rem edy to cure w li “ bout an operation,
lonote
‘
ea*ta®nnl»
higher for cash. Failures for the week reparation is denied.
Anditcr Schooley, o f Lewis county, far he has advanced, however, nobody
Woodburn, Or.
IA
writtenjrnsrante«.given and money re'ar^ed if s z boxes does ro t effect a pan
— Several rich strikes have recently in the United States have been 280,
----------------------
|L00a box, six f..r
by mall. Send for m e circula rand tesUmooiaia.
has determined not to draw any more knows. He w ill make no annonnoe
Tbs entire family of Jaoob Jaoodi been made on the Yellow creek, in against 809 last year and 66 in Canada
Address D A V O L M K D I C 1 X L C O ^ P. O. Box 2fft, ¿aa FraKOsoa. C a l J W -A H s tf
— The enrve of the upper lip is warrants against the oocnty general ment, he says, nntil he has completed
was asphyxiated In his farmhouse. the BUek Hills oonntry.
J. A. BENSON. Ag*nL
, against 36 last year
, oalled by poets "Cupid’s bow.”
or rood and bridge fond nntil the eonn- hie experiments.
THE LEADER.
E. P. THORP,
C
M
EVENTS OF THE DAY
W -7
I f r e e i
is iO
m m m rn tm ef-
MANHOOD RESTORED