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Several churches, the post- ( ) T T P
fifty buildings were de-
THE PLAN OF MORGAN
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COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY. OREGON. SATURDAY. MARCH 14. 1S%.
C O T T A G E
■HE R A I L RO A D G A T E
L E M A T I .
FIELD. FARM. GARDEA
distribution to the farmers for poison
KILLED IN A LANDSLIDE.
T w o P e r s o n s H u rle d in a R a v in e on
The general opnion in Eastern Wash
l ’ o r t l a n d H eight»*.
Devoted to the Best Interests
The bicycle squad has proved satis
ington is that the recent cold snap did
IN T E R E S T IN G NEW S N O T E S FROM
Or., March 10.— A fright USEFUL INFORMATION CONCERN-
of Cottage Grove, Lemati and factory beyond anticipation, and when
no damage other than slightly injuring
ful calamity, caused by a landslide,
VAR IO US PLACES.
Bohemia Gold Mining District.
overtook the fam ily of Donald S. Mc
Streets w ill be pati oiled by policemen
Colonel L. S. Howlett, commissioner
of arid lands, has gone to Washing
L E A D E R BU ILDIN G
President Cleveland has approved T he G re a t N o r t h w e s t F u r n is h e s S o m e ton, D. C., where he w ill endeavor to O n e T h r o u g h I .io e t o t h e C o a i t - G o r - terday morning, in a ravine of Port F a r m e r s .H a st M e e t C o m p e t it io n in t h e
land heights, and in the tw inklngof an
the bill granting the right of way to
N e w s o f M o r e T h a n G e n e r a l I n t e r secure the passage of a bill granting the
W o r l d 's M a rk e ts —N ew O n io n l u ttu re
e r iim e D t <>l»ljgtttlone t o lie R e fu n d e d eye the home of the McDonalds was
the Colombia & Red Mountain Rail
e s t — D e ’ e lo p m e n t an d P r o g r e s s in government arid lands outright to the
- F e e d i n g P o t a t o e s t o H a ir y S t o c k -
E . P . T H O R P ,
road Company through the Colville
a l l I n d u s t r ie s - O r e g o n .
M is c e lla n e o u s .Notes.
of the honse remaining, while two of
C on trol th e B on d s.
There w ill apparently be almost as
the inmates were crushed to death, aud
E d it o r a n d B u s i n e s s M a n a g e r
begin to realize that they
In London the young radicals have
Washington, March 11.— Morgan in- the remaining members of the family
great a rush to the Nez Perce reserva
must meet the new order of things.
broken out in revolt against the polioy “ Fighting Seven.”
tion this spring as there was last fall. trodneed in the senate a long docu narrowly escaped with their lives.
We have the markets of the world aud
The Bandon broom-handle factory Many w ill return to their claims, and ment in the shape of a resolution em
of the leaders of their party. The dual
K a t e i o f S u b s c r ip t io n .
The dead are: Daniel Campbell, must meet the competition, or produce
leadership between Lord Roseberry and has started op again.
others w ill go in the hope of finding
age 42. and Isabel McDonald, age 16.
ONE Y E A R ..................... ............................... n ai OO
Sir William Vernon Harconrt is the
organization of the Pacific roads. It The driect cause of the disaster was a what South America, Australia aud
Sheepmen of Grant county are taking homes or work.
T hese rates an* strictly in advance.
Almost everybody takes some laxativ e
India cannot produce for the European
their shoes to the hills.
Subscribers winning a change iu their
In Whitman county during the instructs the committee on Pacific landslide. Hundreds of tons of earth markets. They raise wheat cheaper medicine to cleanse the system and keep the
p stoflice address should give their old a« well
Minister Taylor hag refused the
roads to report the bili introduced by swept down a ravine, and with irre-
blood pure. Those who t..ke SIMMONS
as new address.
A Umatilla reservation farmer w ill month of February there were 14 judg
than we can, and they raise scrub
The E cho -I . radkk will be sent to subscribers resignaitons of Spaniards acting as
ments granted, 26 foreclosure actions Morgan, giving jurisdiction to the sistable force struck the dwelling, and, stock cheaper than we can; but in the L ivlr R e g u lato r (liquid or powder)
until all arrears are paid and pAper ordered to United States consuls when they were
brought; nine marriage licenses issued court of appeals for the District of Co hardly before one oould realize what better grades of improved stock and pet all ihe benefits of a mild and pleasanf
N d ig p o n tinned accordin g to law.
laxative and tonic that purifies the blood
Two eagles were caught in a trap set six returns, two divorces granted, 28 lumbia in cases brought by the United had occurred, an uunsightly mass
F t F Any subscriber n ot receiving his paper written in Spanish, on the ground that
of | dairying North America stands next to and strengthens the whole system. And
regularly will please notify this office im m e that language is not the official lan for ooyotes near Grant’ s Pass last
States government liens on railroads. mud, rocks, brush and trees marked
births and five deaths returned.
more than this: SIMMONS I IY ER REGU
The resolution also instructs the com the place where but a minute previous | the Euopcau countries.
M F We Invite short articles of general in- guage of the United States.
David Chambers died at his home on
teraai—lon g ones, as a rn ie, n ot p ib U it e d . All
j Our exports are n ow w ell established LATOR repulates the Liver, keeps it active
and healthy, and when the Liver is in
articles must be accom panied by the nam e o f
Chambers prairie, near Olympia of
iginal bill or an amendment, contain
the writer, not for publication, but as evidence placed a tablet on the house which February had an average attendance of
pood condition you find > ourself tree from
heart complications. He was promi
ol good faith. We assume no responsibility for Benjamin Franklin occupiei in 1776, 565 and an enrollment of 603.
Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion. Si.l,
the opinions of correspondents.
nently associated with the early history
standing government Pacific road the fact that somewhere in the mud- a great and growing homo trade in our Headache and Constipation, and rid of
Tw o members of
Kutered at the postoffice at Cottage (¿rove as at Passy, France.
second class matter.
bonds held by bonafide owners who are hidden ruins were the bodies of two owu cities. A ll our markets are much that worn out and debilitated feeling,
the society eulogized Franklin, refer
ton county for the year 1895, includ sided on his farm east of Olympia,
not indebted to the United States, and persons whose lives had been crushed more exacting man in former days, and I Th- se are all caused by a sluggish Liver
A d v e r t i s i n g R a te a M a d e K n o w n o n A|>- ring to his career as a scientist.
ing field and office work, was only
.lurrMum 2 iii.ltrecJvm from stornai"
also the first mortgage bonds, the re- out. There were willing hearts and we must produce superior quality
p l ic a t i o n .
Undergraduates of Princeton college 11,850.
tune fattening stock.
be content to take soruh prices. The troubles will onlv r f n.-rcr vmrr» m r
innding bonds to run for thirty years eager bands engaged in the work of
at work. If troubled with any
burned in effigy tbe king of Spain in a
Expert Cation, who was appointed
markets demand greater quantity and
Fishermen predict there w ill be no
at the option of the government and recovering the buried bodies, but it was
of these complaints, try SIMMONS LIVER
demonstration in which several hun
high water in the Columbia this year,
subject, after ten years, to be called in not until five hours of hard, laborious
REGULATOR. The King of Liver Medi
dred took part. The flag of Spain was
and anticipate a poor fishing season in Walla Walla, has submitted his report and paid by the United States to bear work that both remains had been found maturity sort, from good grade cows cines, and Better than Pills.
/1U M BRK LAN D PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— dragged throngh the main street, and
interest at 3 per cent. The refunded and conveyed to the morgue. There
Vy Sunday school, 10 a . m . Preaching, 11 a . m . later was torn to pieces in the center coasequence.
jM TE V E R Y P A C K A G E -Sv
1, 1886, and shows a total deficit of
get the high grade oows? Now we 1
and 7 p. m ., first and third Sunday in each
bonds are to be held by tbe United were five people in the house at the
Brownsville is one of the few towns
m onth. Prayer m eeting, euch Wednesday at of the campns.
13,471, divided between the city treas
marketed most of them when we qnit 1 Has tbe Z Stamp In red on wrapper.
States treasurer and to be exchangeable time of the accident, the father, mother
in tho state where no city tax is paid.
8 p. m . (“ We are Journeying unto a place c i
J. H. Zollili & Co., Pliila., I‘ a.
urer and two ex-marshals. The short
breeding; and as to bulls, there are but
Letters written by Mayor Sutro, of
w hich the Jx>r 1 said, I will give it y ou ; com e
for old bonds. They are to be secured and little 5-year-old child escaping
That city has decided electric lights are
thou with us and we will d o thee good.” — San Francisco, to congressmen anent
ages, so the report says occurred
as the present bonds are. A sinking nnhnrt.
not absolutely necessary just yet.
Kr.v. C. A WOOLEY, Pastor.
throngh negligence on tbe part of tbe
are taking all the bulls at better prices j
the funding bill, have been seized by
DOINGS OF CO NG RESS.
fund is provided by the companies at
than our farmers think they can pay; |
FOUND IN A BARREL.
riHRISTlAN CHURCH—SERVICES AT 11 A.
M.andH p. m . Sunday school at 10 a . m . jection is that the envelopes bear the at Astoria for the location of the rail quent taxes for the marshal.
but as there is no v ay to breed good R o u t in e W o r k o f t h e F i f t y - F o u r t h See-
pay the interest of the bonds if not
Y. P. S. C. E., each Sunday at 4 p . m . Midweek
A n ot h e r M urdcr^M y . t e r y t o r t h e t 'h lc a g n beef animals other than to use good, j
prayer and praise services, We<lnesda> evening inscription, "Huntington would not road depot at Smith’ s point, in case ne-
Thousands of acres have been planted paid by the railroad companies.
n lo n -S « B » (e .
at 7 o ’clock. Musical rehearsal, each Saturday steal a red hot stove.”
gotitaions for the Scow bay site fail.
P o l i c e t o U n r a v e l.
pure bred Bires the sooner we get them,
to grain in Garfield county the past
Direction is also given for taking
evening at 7 o c ’ lock.
March 7.— For a loug
The charge d’ affaires of the United
Chicago, March 10.— Carefully con the qnieker we can get into market.
The m ill company’s boom at Pitts two weeks, and many farmers are well possession of the roads by the govern
time today it looked as if the Cubau
e t h o d i s t c h u r c h —S u n d a y s c h o o l
States embassy in Berlin, J. B. Jack- burg, iu Columbia ocuuty, was broken
ment under the provisions of the act of cealed in a barrel and covered with a
question would be fiually disposed of
at 10 a . m . P reich in g each fourth Sunday
N e w O n io n C u ltu r e .
The ground 1896. Iu that event the United States mass of old rags and cotton, the dead
m orning and evening. Prayer m eeting, every son, has had several meetings recently by a freshet, and between 150,000 and the East Washingtonian.
in the senate by agreeiug to the con
Thursday uight. •* The I.o.-d is in His holy tem with the authorities in regard to the 200.000 feet of logs went down the is said to be in excellent condition,
The new culture consists simply in ference report accepting the bouse res
R «v . M. O. BRI N'K, Pastor.
and on the pasture lands the grass has the present board of directors in each born babe were found in an alley in sowing the seed in greenhouse, hotbeds
insurance matter, and they have prom river.
olutions. A t the conclusion of Mitch
ised to expedites re-examination in the
A petition was circulated and signed been coming on rapidly. The recent road to be superseded by others consist Hyde Park today. This forenoon the or elsewhere and then transplanting to ell’ s elaborate argument of the Dupont
case of the American companies.
ing of niDe ciitzens, to be appointed by office of the Hyde Park rnoigne was the open ground, as cabbage or other case, Sherman presented the report of
in St. Helens last week and forwarded
Senator Mitchell of Oregon has been | to Senator McBride to be presented to ductive year, and that the state of the president. No person now an offi rung up on the telephone aud a woman, plants. By selecting the right varie- the conferees and asked for immediate
consulting with tbe war dep trtment congress asking for an appropriation Washington w ill make such a record cer, or stockholder, of the roads or any who declined to give her name or ad- ties, there is claimed for this method a ______
who had not been
concerning an emergency appropria- for the improvement of Scappoose bay. in growth and prosperity as w ill bless railroad or transportation or telegraph dress, asked if the body of a^man had larger yield of better quality and with before heard on Cuba declared himself
EP ITO M E O F T H E T E L E G R A P H IC
tion for the Cascade locks, to make the
company, or a member of congress, or
NEWS OF T H E W O R LD .
The loggers of Chehalis county have any official of the government is to be attendant replied in tbe negative, and There are several varieties of foreign of maintaining the independence of
locks secure so they can be early opened j A man in Brownsville is putting out
for navigation. He w ill introduce a 3.000 fruit trees, the majority of which organized a temporary Loggers Pro appointed on these boards. The board then questioned the woman, but his origin that take well to this method of Cnba> even if it rosulted iu war with
A committee of directors is to manage the Central efforts failed to obtain any informa- culture, but the Spanish King or Prize ' Spain. Gn acoonnt of , he Uto honr
joint resolution for such amouDt as the I arc prunes. Almost seventy varieties tective Association.
of fruit are represented, and being was
____ _ . Pacific and branch
a decided character, althougb Taker is by far the best and most at- no aotion ,VHg takeu
to confer ________
i n Intereating C o llection o f Item s From war department recommends, so that it
Pacific and Union
placed m^gixKijwil^wUl doubtless grow j men 0 f the harbor and, if possible, roads as one line and have power to fix she told the clerk she w h s looking for trativec of any of the varieties we have
the T w o H em ispheres Presented in a may be immediately adopted.
Washiugtou, March 9.— The senate
to be an excellent orchard.
This variety resembles the
agree with them in the selection of a rates. No dividends are to be paid on a maD w ^o was missing. She was tested.
Condeused F orm —A Large A m ou n t
Adm iral Richard W. Meade, in a
committee on public lands practically
The Exploring Syndicate of Mines man vrho would be acceptable to m ill- unregistered stook and the stock is all finally prevailed upon to give his des-
lecture on “ The Caribbean Sea,” said
of Inform ation In a Sm all Space.
The seed may be sown from tbe m id decided today to report back the A ri
that in case of trouble between the aud Mining in the United States, the men aud loggers alike for appointment to be reduced to correspond with the cription, which she did in minute de-
zona school land bill, recently vetoed
The rates of exchange in Brazil have United States and Great Britain over French syndicate that has been buying as government sealer of logs, the inten- value of the property. The functions
^'le astonished the morgue at- dle of February to the middle of by the president, with the recommend
fallen lower than was ever known be- Venezuela,
Venezuela, me ursi suoi urea
auger -------- — ------- . . . . . . ----- &— , ....—
7 ,------" — ----- J ----- i r -------------------------
when the soil w ill permit. The plants ation that it be passed over the veto.
fore. Grave fears are entertained that w j|j 80and tbe dpBtb knen Gf tbe j^rit. first payment on a plaoer claim in the private scaling of logs, all concerned to pended and the books, papers, con- *alr” .v learn more of the case.
taken up by loosening the soil un Delegate Murphy of Arizona, addressed
a commercial crisis w ill result.
Discussing the Cuban Burut river district, a short distance accept as final the figures of the sealer ' tracts, deeds, etc., are to be turned
them first with a trowel or stick. the committee in favor of the bill. The
who may be so agreed upon.
[ over to the new board of directors on
Tbe French chamber of deputies has question, he said that Cnba should bear from the town of Bridgeport.
report wonld have been ordered today
rear of 1429 Indiana avenue.
The By trimming off parts of the tops and
adpoted the project for a new subma
• Several hundred cranberry plants
roots we are enabled to set plants more but for the fact that the committee de
rine telegraph line between France, bears to the British empire.
have recently been received by persons
Do not trim sired to secure certain information
to raise (20,000 per year to carry on
The document closes with a declare - respect with tbe desciiption furnished rapidly and better.
the United States and the Antilles.
Actors W ill Long and John West on tbe Nehalem beach. W ild cran the work. The amount was appor- t 'on that the government is possessed, by the mysterious woman over the tele severely, but with a bunch of plants in from the interior department before
The massacre of thirteen Armenian fought a duel after the close of a per- berries have grown there for many tioned as follows: King, (400 per ' n its own right, of all the property phone. The police unhesitatingly con one band and with a single stroke of finally passing upon the bill.
families is reported from the district of formance at Marion, Ind. Long was ■ joars and there is no doubt that, with month; Pierce. (350; Spokane, (300; of the Pacific roads; that it holds it as nected her with the case. In the bar the knife we take off just enough of the
Washington, March 11 — When the
Moosh. Five Armenians are said to fatally wounded. The men are mem- j proper cnltivation, an immense orop of Snohomish,
Walla h*e means and instrumentality of na- rel was also the body of a boy not over top so that the plant w ill stand erect Cuban qm stion was laid aside in the
have been killed at Kirohehir, in the
when set, and at another stroke enough senate today, Turpie was recognized
W alls, (100 each; Thurston, Chehalis, tiongj government, and of interstate tbree days old.
Company, end after a roagb-Rnd-tnm-
X n g i 'i a i i i a t i ic*.
J. A. Nonrse, residing in Prairie spraugly roots are taken off so that we for an argument against the claim of
J. H. Houston has been baying furs Clark, Skagit, Kittitas. Pacific, Whit- and, internal commerce; that it is nec-
ble fight in West’s dressing room, se at Klamath Falls for the past three man and Yakima, (50 each; island
roads sLimiata consoli.*-itad
To * * th» P°P-«K to a STM in the M-nate f r„ m
Superior Judge Murphy, of San
cured pistols and met on the stage. months and is now ready to make one county, (25. Tbe next meeting of the as one through line; that the govern tn me alley, discovered a
Franc .sco, has granted another stay of
ans eluded x hen, at 4:85, tho senaro held
In the volley which followed Long re of the finest shipments that has ever committee w ill be held in Spokane ment w ill preserve the property as far
execution in the Dnrrant case until
wers the purpose very well. With this a brief cx-cutive sc«-ien, and soon
ceived two bullets. West was unhurt. been made from Klamath. His lot of abont the middle of March.
as is consistent with justice for the the head of the barrel he was horrified
March 12. The bill of exceptions is
upon seeing the naked body of an old make two or three strokes to ca -h plaut. th< reafb t adjourned Fry i iu: rod need
Supreme Chancellor Ritchie, of the furs consists of martin, mink, wildcat, ! Prosecuting Attorney Ormebec, of payment of all lawful debts, and when man inside
not ready for settlement.
It was entirely nude and First, a straight hole, into which tbe a bill f<> th oftahli-hment of a depart-
Knights of Pythias has issued a proc skunk and badger, and the whole w ill Walla Walla county, last week secured the roads are freed from debt w ill per was frightfully mutilated. Covering plaut is placed aud held with the left meet of the government tu lie known
Three hundred tons of side armor for
mit the owners of stock to share in the
lamation that the supreme ledge w ill bring him in a neat little sum.
a bench warrant in Yakima county for
as the department of : mmerce aud
the batt .eshipSebastapool were shipped
ownership, according to the value of the corPae wasIa
lrt-VPr of cotton. haud. A second time the dibble is in
meet in Cleveland, O ., August 25,
was lifted from the serted, about au inch from the plaut, manufactures, the bead T hich in to
by the Bethlehem, Pa., iron works to
and saying that, if satisfactory arrange ping blankets to San Francisco as fast the banker, convict tel of receiving de-
barrel the body of the baby was found. pointed toward tbe plant at au angle, Vie a member of the pr ‘sid-mt's cabi-
Kusgi-i. This is part of the first order
A M A N IA C A N D H IS G U N .
ments can be made with tbe railroads, as they can be turned out. An order posits after full knowledge of the in
t he senate eotnm! tee i « public
It was nude save a thin fbiuuel shirt, and tnen pushed toward tbe plaut, thus net.
for jim o r the company has received
Che encampment of the military branch fer 1,000 pairs of vicuna blankets for solvent condition of his bank, and who
and there were marks on the head ap- compacting the soil about the roots; lauds decided not to recoiumeud •lie
of the order may be held there. The a big San Franoisco firm is now well was out on bail pending application for F ig h t M en S h o t , O n e o f W h o m I s D e a d , praently made with a bluut instru then another light stroke to fill up the passage of the Arizona land bill ver
A great ice gorge has been formed centennial of Cleveland is to lie com along. A portion of the goods has been a new trial. The supreme court de-
a n d A n o t h e r 1« D y in g .
ment. The man was apparently be hole. When properly set, plants can the veto i.f the presiden:, but so recom-
on the New York Central A Hudson memorated in August, and, if possible, delivered, end they are so satisfactory aided against him, but ic the mean- j Brockville, Ont., March 11. — A tween 65 and 70 years of age.
not be pulled out by the tops. Aim to mend a new bill.
Kiver tracks between Hudson and A l arrangements w ill be made to secure that the firm desires to increase the time he had made his liberty doubly maniac who alighted from the 11:45
set the plants when the soil is m oist
T H E CASCADE RESERVE
The road is covered with ice, the camp vacated by the Ohio National order to 3,000 pairs at the same price. sure by getting across the line into train today shot eight men. Peter
By this new method of cultivating,
Washington, March 9.— The house
in some places ten feet high and the Guard for tho Knights of Pythias.
British Colombia. The offense is not Moore is dead, and Chief of Police
says au Eeastern paper, is avoided the
The taxroll of Lane county for 1895
.tgH l nut ltd O peniY ig hjr t h e most tedious part of tbe cultivation, today passed the legislative appropria
tracks and telegraph poles for a dis
Rose is fatally injured. The maniac P r o t e s t
John Hays Hammond, the American has been turned over to tbe sheriff. extraditable.
F o r e s t r y A s s o c ia t io n .
tance of 700 feet are washed oat.
that of the first tw ow iediugs, and most tion bill, which has been under con
mining engineer under bail at Johan It shows the following: State, county
the cultivating is done with tbe sideration for a week. Most of the
A restoration and increase in pension
The steamer Clyde was burned to nesburg, awaiting trial on a charge of and school tax, (108,881.28; poll tax,
hoe. Aim to cultivate with this time, however, was oonsnmed in tbe
the water's edge at Point Grey, just treason, has cabled Secretary Olney as (2,891; Lebanon poll tax, (148; Leb has been granted George F. Lyons, of Lapointe.
consideration of an amendment to
About noon Lapointe came on the estry Association has just forwarded a every week or ten days. One thorough
outside the harbor of Vancouver, B. C. follows: “ Please record my apprecia -1 anon city tax, (959.98; Halsey city Lewiston, Nez Perce county.
letter to the secretary of the interior weeding by hand ought to suffice. Oue abolish the fee system in the cases of
tax, (143.63; Sodaville city tax, (98.73;
Captain Woodworth and the crew had
protesting against the contemplated of the best tools for this work is gn old United States attorneys and marshals.
a narrow escape. The steamer was behalf. He has shewn wisdom and Scio city tax, (39.21; special school county, has been discontinued, and its P®rs°n he met was Peter Moore, an old
This amendment was peifected and
Lapointe deliberately shot opening of the Cascade range forest table knife. What hoeing is necessary adopted. The honse then entered upon
valued at (2,000, and insured for good judgment, rendering me a great tax, (8 ,8 8 6 .T5; total, (122,120.98. Of mail hereafter must be sent to Fraser, man.
Moore dead. Chief of Police Rose ran
(1 ,200 in the Western Insurance Com service. I am well treated by the gov the school tax, Albany’ s share w ill be
In the Star mail service operating
the consideration of the postoffice ap
in the direction of the report and La contains 4,492,800 acres, and is situated row-bladed hoe.
ernment. The preliminary trial w ill t>3,685.
from Blackfoot to Challis, Bryan post-
propriation bill. The largest of the
pointe shot him in the breast and head. on the crest of the high Cascades. The
begin soon. I have no fear of the
regular supply bills, which carlres
Secretary Lamonthas issued an order ultimate result, as I am innocent of at-
The East Oregonian is informed that offioe has been ordered to be supplied An old man named Dickson, standing letter states that there are no agrionl-
A bill was passed to
One of onr experiment stations says (91,943,757
locating tho military post at Magnolia tempitng to overthrow the government, the buyer for the abattoir at Linnton without any change in the distance of near, received a charge in the neck tr.ral lands in the reservation; that the
Bryan is between the
abolish tbe cash payment of pensions,
Bluff, uear Seattle. While this settles although participating iu the revolu w ill come into Eastern Oregon next the route.
from the other barrel. Lapointe had a lumber interests are not in need of its that for dairy Btock it is donbtfnl,
the looation, much remains to be done tionary movement.”
week for the purpose of purchasing a Blackfoot and Aroo. The order be- pocket full of cartridges, aud began timber supplies; that the miners are when foods are as cheap as they are at the purpose of which was to protect
old veterans who squandered or were
large number of horses to be shipped to ( came operative March 2
before tbe site can be established. Se
sbooting right and left at random. not affected and that the only interest present, whether it would pay to feed
A letter from San Carlos, A. T. Linnton, to be killed for canning. The
attle must give a perfect title to the
In Fremont and Bingham counties Policeman Linsey got behind a door in prompting the movement are the shep very large quantities of potatoes, be- swindled of out pensions on quarterly
site, and then an appropriation from states that Inspector McCormick, of the buyer made this statement to the East recently a rabbit drive was bad and a grocery store, and partly opening it, herds whose flocks net only destroy ex- j oausb a dairy ration necessarily re- paydays
Washington, March ¡1 .— District of
interior department, is now practic Oregonian's informant, saying he had nearly 1,200 rabbits were killed in one had just taken aim when Lapointe isting forest growth, but prevent any quires more protein than a fattemug
congress must be obtained.
Colnmbis business consumed tbe major
ally done with his task of securing by positive orders to proceed at once and day.
A dispatch from St. Petersburg says: treaty, from the Apaches of the White
Potatoes cannot be fed to young am- portion of the day in the huuse.
patent has been granted to James
. sey’s head and neck. A young
„ man is urged to empower the people to pro-
The Novosti, in an editorial saya that Mountain reservation, segregation of commence finding suitable horses at a
• ■ a protective
• - •
• and ■ to
■ mala as safely as to more mature ones. Among the bills passed wrs on« to de
price cheap enough to justify purchas- B PerklnSi asigI10r
0f one-half to P. fired at Lapointe from a window, 1 1 tide
Koaaia w ill maintain the independ the noted Deer Creek coal fields
If fed too large quantities they have a crease the c st of gas from (1 50 to (1
I Flannery of LewistoD,
LewistOD, Idaho, on an wounding him. He fired into the win- rules and regulations, nuder which
ence of Corea and that if Japan con Indians have agreed to have an area of ing them.
• * •
; dow, after which he fell e x h a u s t e d , mining, lumbering, grazing or any tendenoy to prematurely fatten the ani a thousand. This was the outcome of
tinues intriguing Kussia may be forced
land cut off the reservation covering
He was then captured.
Linsey is bad- other occupation and nse of the rcserva- mal and build up a lighter frame work. a long tight against the gas company.
to oocupy tbe peninsula. Japan mast
all the Deer creek coal fields, and any to search for D. J. Woodward, the j it (g gaid on good authority that the ly wounded, bnt may
With more mature animals, when the The consideration of the postoffice ap
The tions might take place,
consider that if she wishes to acqnire
other land on which a coal formation missing toll-gate keeper, have re- j woolen m ills of Desert, Utah, are soon others wounded, but not seriously, are
fattening period is largely a period of propriation bill was continued, but no
Corea this means war with Knssia.
can be traced. The Indians w ill receive turned, and are of the opinion that to be moved to Orchard, about thirty i Robert Boyle, Fred Stagg, George
the addition of fat to the body, the po important amendments were adopted.
C I T Y O F RIO J A N E I R O .
With the subsidence of the waters the proceeds of sale of coal lands as Woodward has perished in the snows miles from Boise.
tatoes can then be fed to advantage Tbe speaker announced the appoint
Stagg, Robert McCormack Thomas
| Harry B. Hall, ex-treasurer of Sho Devereux.
which overwhelmed a great part of collected under the existing laws.
and more economically. In the feed ment of Hendricks to tbe banking and
searching party found a pair of snow shone county, has been sentenced to one
New England, figures of losses sus
ing of large quantities of potatoes, no currency committee. A bill was passed
C o m p a n y ’ s S te a m e r .
J. R. Bartlett, president of the Nica shoes, but whether they belonged to
year in the penitentiary for embezzling
N O T E D FO R E C C E N T R I C I T Y .
tained in the section w ill be consider
more should be fed than the animals to authorize the secretary of the treas
ragua Canal Construction Company, Woodward is not known, though all
San Francisco, March 10.— The Pa-
county fuuds. Hall was treasurer of
ably more than (2,000,000. This does
, _ ..
, TJ. can comfortably dispose of ic one day. ury to pay S. W. Peele. of Arkansas,
confirms the report that negotiations indications pointed that way. Little
the county and cashier of a bank which
(50,000 for services to the old settlers
not include the wages to laboring men
I onoirn wninn
are in progress for a fusion of the doubt now remains that the missing failedj an(, ln which Van B DeLash. W o m a n I n B o o t s a n d a S lo u c h I? a t Janeiro,
for f the
F la y s t h e H o le o f H ig h w a y m a n .
aud women through suspension of
pounds of potatoes per day wore offered, agaiust Cherokee Indians. A bill was
Panama and Nicaragua companies. man has perished. Woodward was a mntt, of Portland, was one of the prin-
manufacturing and other industries.
the pig refused about half of them; also passed to change the times for
St. Petersburg, Fla., March 11.—
The scheme, however, has not yet se Mason in good standing and the order ci j owners. County
funds were in 1 Miss Lnlu Hoffman, an eccentric have arrived at Yokohama th e28du lt., when only nine pounds were offered holding coart in the northern district
Six lives have been lost
cured the consideratoin of their respec may institute farther search.
j th e b an k
A U e x c P p t (1.500 was re-
but no word has been heard of her.
there were none left over. Rolling the of California.
woman living in the suburbs of this
Shipping circles of the world are tive boards. The consolidation of in
Hall was tried plaoe, was arrested last night just The agents declare they have received potatoes in the grain was found to be
— More than ever before now, Span
information of no sort regardng the
greatly interested in the voyage of the terests is regarded with great favor in has figured up wha: he has realized on for embezzlement for
failing to P1 0 -j after she had robbed M. McDaniel, a steamer’ s welfare or whereabouts since another way of encouraging a large iards w ill win victories by cable.
British ship Auspices, bound from banking cricles in Europe, and, it is a half-blood Jersey and Durham cow duce that gum.
1 gentleman from Ohio, who is spending she glided out of the bay, February 6
Santa Rosalie, Mexico, to England understood in America as tending to in the last nine yeats. He finds that
M o n ta n a .
the winter here. McDaniel was pro The New York office of the company to state at the present time, the actual D r . P r i c e ' » C r e a m B a t i n g P o w d e r .
with a valuable cargo of copper ore. remove the rivalry between tbe inter from the butter and cream and the
World's Fa ir Highest Medal and 0 pioma.
to the Clarendon hotel at 11 has been wired incessantly by the local money value of potatoes in tbe produc
More than eight months have passed
sale of ten calves she has raised the discovered east of Dillon, Mont.
tion of pork and beet. When fed in
agents, bnt the reply comes fegularly proper combinations
since she left port, and since then
potatoes w ill,
amount foots np (995, or an average
The annual report of the Boston & he was felled by a blow from a sadbag. and monotonusly that as yet nothing
nothing has been heard of the ship. combination. It is believed that an of over (110 per year.
witbont doubt, yield a larger return
The underwriters are eonsideting the Anglo-Freuch-Amcrican syndicate for tual cash return easi y traced, and does Montana Mining Company for 1895 The robber rifled his pockets of (300 has reached them by cable concerning than their present market price, of
advisability of paying the insurance canal-building is being formed, bnt the not include any allowance for the skim shows that this concern is in a most and a gold watch, and also took a dia- the vessel. The Rio Janeiro left here about ten cents per bushel.
1 mond ring from his finger. As the with 156 poeple on board, all told. Of
on the oargo and vessel, amounting to details are withheld.
milk that daring that length of time
robber was making off McDaniel re- these four were cabin passengers, and
(T I O O O worth of lov fly M usk for Forty —*
has fattened a good many hogs. The
S te a m It* D is p la c e « !.
consisting of iuo pages
n l l j . . C en ti, cons
there were in the steerage ten Eu
Young animals should be watched
full size Sheet Music of the
Chicago, March 9.— Compressed air cow is now 12 years old and apparently find it necessary to draw on the lead Policeman Irwin beard the shonts and ropeans, fifteen Japanese and twenty-
A Johannesburg dispatch says when
latest, brightest, liveliest and most popular —5
mines from Montana and British Co
and attended to with as much care as
both vocal and instrumental,
President Kruger visits England it is
lumbia for the majority of this class of chased the robber. Brought to bay, two Chinese. The crew consisted of any crop on the farm receives, bnt not
gotten up in the rrv.st elegant manner Jn- -"^5
stall'd he w ill stipulate as conditions of three departments of the Pullman
large size Portraits.
ore and there are a number of ship
W a s h in g t o n .
• f— CARMENCfTA, the 8pani*h Dancer,
I armed after a struggle. Irwin led his
granting to Uitlanders the franchise, Palace Car Company’ s works, and the
The farmer of today while, perhaps,
Failed to Feed H i . Horses.
Recent rains have so swollen tbe
| prisoner into the light, but was sur-
the abrogation of the convention of results have so far been satisfactory to
A DEL! N A PATTI and
The hills around the Rabbit district | prised to find he had captured Lnln
H IN N IE 8EUQM AN CUTTING. ^
Modesot, Cal , March 11.— This a f not as well contented or happy, has
1884, and the substitution of a treaty the officials, aud it is probable that the Yakima river that fording at any point
are full of prospectors and a number Hoffman.
HODRint ALL O R O tSt TO
The woman was dressed
of commerce aDd amity, recognizing
of very good discoveries have already
THE NEW YORK MUSICAL ECHO C C . r 5
than his grandfather ever dreamed of.
Great Britain as the paramount power shops of the corporation. The change
Work has been commenced on a been n._.de. The snow is fast disap much like a man, wearing boots and a complaint against ” White Hat ”
Broadwav Thertre B lig.. New York City.
slonch hat, aud greatly resembled the McCarty and his son, charging them !
in South Afrcia. and the inclnsioc of is radical and marks a revolution in Methodist church building at Chinook,
C A N V A S SE R S W AN TE D .
Several new copper dis highwaymen of fiction
Last week with w illfuly and feloniously failing D r P r i c e ' s C r e a m B a k i n g P o w d e r .
Swasiland in the Transvaal; the guar the manufacturing system of the great Pacific county
The argnment ad
three other guests were held up and to provide necessary sustenance for the j
antee of the independence of the Trans Pullman plant.
The firemen of Walla Walla have de past few weeks in the Nez Perce can robbed at the point of the pistol. The starving horses at Cantie’ s^rancb, this ;
vaal; that a pre-emptive right to Kosi vanced at Pullman in favor of a change
yon, which give good indications for Hoffman woman confessed she did it. county. Tbe sheriff w ill leave for San !
bay aud Delagoa bay be accorded the from steam to compressed air was, in cided to organize teams at once to take
short, a great saving of labor, economy, part in the tournament to be held in proving valuable.
She restored all the valuables secured Francisco tomorrow to make the ar- 1
CU PIDE N E”
A syndicate from Butte has taken up by playing highwayman, and w ill rests. McCarty has been notified many
ability to transmit power long dis Pendleton.
iia tt McGuire and Jacob Henke, tances without loss of force, simplicity,
200,000 miners inches of water from probably not be prosecuted. She is times of the condition of his horses
The Seatile capitalists who are put
i o f n iam out French p ío ‘•K Ltj . win quioKiy «*ure von of nJI n< r-
miners, were instantly killed by an safety and convenience. W ith the air
the Madison river three miles east of
vous or dis* ases o f the aen •rative « ira i«, men ms I> i M M;t'.ign>l,
and last Thursday District Attorney I
noted for eccentricity.
explosion of powder in th 'ir cabin near system it is claimed the speed of the ting in chlorination works on the Red Bluff which they propose to utilize
Ir w ni i ; ». I*:« - I», the Jî
; KnihnH^R,K erron * Ifc-Mllty.
Fullkerth wrote McCarty, threatening
Upper Cle-Elum are moving in their
Pimple*» Un film-«* P» M *rr ”, K x liV i-iiiu g j*r:'bm » V M i c w f I p a*wi
in generating electric power for vari
a I 1« «Kr*s h r *lar or i.igtit. Prevent* cpiMc*
id, gomé machinery.
machinery in use may be
him with arrest if some relief were not j
li* ss ol discharge, » hieb If n tCheeked leads to Spm m lwrhOJ» and
ous uses in the different cities of Mon
London, March 9 — The first lord of
the horrors o f Im potenr;
U T I O K N E eleaiLsea Uw liver, ion
The letter was
The date for the execution of H. H. thing impossible when a bGt is used.
B E F O R E and A F T E R *t!l
The Washington academy at Colville, tana, and especially Butte. The pa the treasury, A. J. Balfour, answenug immediately given.
kid-lev*and the urinary organa of ail impurities
nn ami restore* small weak organ*.
r r P I D E X K Atre*
Holmes, the convicted murderer, has
has just closed its second term The pers have all been filed with the proper a question in the honse of commons on not answered.
ConftHicretl Kidicnloufl in It u«8ia.
• rot cn.-ed by k e l o n is bemuse ninety per cent are troubled with
T h e reason
been fixed by Governor Hastings of
P r o s i a l l t i s . C C P ID K M -; i*th<* on ly know n r e m e d r to c u r e without a:
.w o ;. «• ¡m i-
people are much gratified at the success authority and it is said that fully behalf of the government, said he did
— The Empress of Russia owns an
St. Petersburg, March >.— Spain’ s
als. A written gtisran teeg iven and m on ey returned if f ’ X boxe* do«*» not effect a |tem utot-til cu r a
Pennsylvania for Thursday, May 7.
of this school
(25,000 w ill be expended this summer not believe anything would be gained ermine mantle which is vaoled at $1.00 a bo*c, six t-irf -VT), b y mail, »e n d for FREE circular and testimonials.
attitude toward the United States in
Address 1 )4 V « L 51 I IM ( I > F. C O ., P. O. E«»x 2/7t* »an Francisco,C al f V finte hg
Columbia county commissioners have in building dams and other necessary by Great Britain taking the initiative (50,000. It is a present from her snb-
A terrible conflagration raged for connection with the Cuban question is
J. A. BENSON. Agent.
ordered 1,000 ounces of strychnine for improvements.
in promising a monetary conference.
twenty-four hours at Asperen, South regarded here as ridiculous.
' ects living in the province of Kherson.
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
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