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CA P ITA L AND ENTERPRISE
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THE PACIFIC STATES
FIELD, FARM. GARDEN
have a creamery. The machinery has
been purchased, and the milk from 400
oows w ill be used. Already there is
an offer for all the cheese the creamery
U S E F U L IN F O R M A TIO N C O N C E R N
IN G A G R I C U L T U R E .
Sedro and W oolley are agitating the
question of nniting the two towns.
Committees have been appointed by
Tli© E lem en ts o f Success or F ailu re of
their respective oonncils, and a favor
the F a rm er’s W o rk Lie iu the D etails
able report is looked for at an early
— Hard M ilk in g C ow s—M akin g B utter
W ith o u t H a y—N otes.
Formal notice has been reoeived at
Walla Walla from the interior depart-
The month of March usually sees the
inent that the land for the site of the farmer's spring work well in mind:
United States penitentiary has met all the planning for the season— if the
with approval, and that the purchase season’ s work is to be a success— has
price w ill soon be forwarded.
been done, leaving only the details to
The steamer City of Puebla on its lastj be carried ont. Important as is the is S im m o n s L iver R e g u la t o r —don’t
trip took from Port Townsend for San general plan of work, it is in the de forget to take it. The Liver gets sluggish
Francisco the first shipment of nail tails that lie the elements of snocess or during the Winter, just like ail nature,
kegs manufactured in the keg and failure. The greatest general in the and the system becomes choked up by
stave department of the Port Town world w ill fail unless he has obedient I the accumulated waste, which brings on
soldiers to carry out his minutest or 1 Malaria, Fever and Ague and Rheuma
send Bteel wire and nail works.
tism. You want to wake up your Liver
ders. and so the best planned campaign now, but be sure you take SIMMONS
County Clerk Shaw, of Walla Walla,
on the farm w ill oome to naught, un L iver R e g u la t o r to do it. it also
has compiled a statement of the re
less the closest attention is given to the regulates the Liver—keeps it properly at
ceipts and expenses of his offloe dnring
thousand and one little things that work, when your system will be free from
the year 1895, which shows that the
make np the fanner’ s daily round of poison and the whole body invigorated.
amount of fees earned and oash re toil.
You get T H U B E S T B L O O D when
ceipts exoeeded the expenses by »8,500.
It is very largely in these little things your system is in A1 condition, and thac
only be when the Liver is kept active.
James Buchanan, a fisherman living that we oan hope to make improve-
Try a Liver Remedy once and note the
on the Dowamish river, hag recently meut and advancement in methods, difference.
But take only SIMMONS
been bequeathed »15,000 by a Texas Two minntes saved from each of thirty L iver R e g u lato r — it is S im m o n s
cattleraiser. Bnchanan was formerly daily tasks, make an honr saved every L iver R e g u la t o r which makes the
a cowboy on the cattleman’ s ranch, day; a few more grains in each head difference. Take it in powder
or in liquid
and saved the lives of the w ife and or on each ear make many bushels in already prepared, or make a tea of the
of his employer.
the harvest Therefore have the ex- ! j powder;
[ ator buttakeSlMMONSLlVER REGU-
You’il find the RED Z on every
One party of sixteen men from perimenter and the carefnl farmer de- ' p a ^ ™
Look for it.
J . H. Zeilin & Co., Fliiladelpt>»< Pa,
Pennsylvania, and another of nineteen
from Michigan, have arrived in Seat
tle, where they w ill fit out for Alaska. tion to these same small things, and
DOINGS OF CONGRESS.
The Pennsylvania people are going into the improvements made in their doing,
the Ynkon country, and those from that we oan hope to keep in touch with
the best methods of onr day.
Michigan are bound for Cook’ s inlet.
Or Afore T han O rdinary In terest to the
Devoted to the Best Interests
N orthw estern States.
The schooner Nuyo, from San Fran S T A T E M E N T O N B E H A L F O F T H E
IN T E R E S TIN G NEW S N O T E S FROM
of Cottage Grove, Lemati and cisco for Fort Bragg, collided off Point
March 25.— The house
VAR IO US PLACES.
Arena with the steamer Pasadena. The
committee on elections today reported
Bohemia Gold Mining: District.
Noyo was damaged.
favorably the bill introduced by Cor
The German reichstag committee has
liss, providing for the election of sen
L E A D E R BU ILDIN G
The Great N orthw est Furnishes Som e
concluded the urst reading of the sugar A d d itio n a l D ata F rom V en e zu e la—I t ators by a direct vote of the people.
News o f M ore Than G eneral In te r
bill, and fixed the import duty at 40
The senate oommittee on foreign re
script R ecord s and a N um ber of
marks per 100 kilos.
asons today had Secretary Olney be
•et — D e v e lo p m e n t and Progress In
M aps and C h arts.
fore it, and asked him questions con
A ll In d u stries—O regon.
Ex-Chief of Police Thomas M. Speers
cerning the treaty of the commission
E d it o r and B u s i n e s s M a n a g e r
Washington, March 84.— Mr. Milet- to hear and adjust the Behring s«a
A report is current that a new morn-
aged 69. He v^as chief of police in Provost, secretary of the Venezuela
claims of British sealers against the *nB paper w ill be started in The Dalles
Kansas City for thirty-two years.
commission, today authorized the fo l
United States. The committee some j April 1.
R ate» o f Subscription.
The miners employed at the W in- lowing statement:
time ago amended the treaty in some
A farmer of Lake county says that
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work, because the management wanted become current that the commission minor particulars and reported it to the he expects to shear 30,000 sheep this
These rates are strictly in advance.
It had not been referred back season.
riubscriberH wishing a change in their them to work ten hour shifts, instead j has reached a decision with reference senate.
p itoffice address should give their old as well
A t the last term of oonrt in Baker
j to the boundary question favorable to to the committee, but it is probable
as new address.
The K cho -L k a d ir w ill be sent to subscribers
in San Francisco, C. F. Mars, a Venezuela. This having been denied such a request w ill be made when the county do criminals were sent to the
until all arrears are paid and paper ordered to
lathing contractor, was assaultei and \ the report has been. circulated in an senate is next in executive session, in penitentiary— something very nnnsnal.
be d'M ontin ned according to law.
Any subscriber not receiving his paper beaten by strikers, who claimed Mars other form, and it is now asserted that, order that changes suggested by Secre
The Woodmen of the World, at A l
regularly will please notify this office im m e
was working for less than union rates. while the commission as a body, has tary Olney and the committee may be bany, are preparing for a grand round
Although there are not now up, in that city, of their craftsmen on
| y * We invite short articles of general in He died from the effects of the injuries. reached no such conclusion, the com made.
te re s t-lo n g ones, 8s a rule, not published. All
pending any claims against Great Brit
articles m ist be accom panied by the nam e of
W illiam tj. Judge, of the Tbeoso- missioners individually entertain the ain, the amended treaty w ill provide July 4.
the writer, not for publication, but as evidence phist Society, died in New York, after views referred to.
The Neapes outfit is feeding 400
of good faith. W’ e assume no responsibility for
that if there are any such they may be head of cattle at Warner, in Lake
“ It must be evident to all that so
an illness of two years. He has been
the opinions of correspondents.
Entered at the postoffice at Cottage Grove as since the death of M a e. Blavatsky, long as anything remains to be ex
county, and w ill soon oommence gath
other foreign matters were discussed
second cl at* matter.
the most prominent Theoeophist in this amined and considered, the commis with Mr. Olney, although it was sup ering np horses.
A d v e r tisin g K ates M ade K now n on A p country.
sioners are not in a position to form an
Harney county sheepmen w ill drive
posed at first that his visit had some
a great many ban Is of their sheep to
A Washington dispatch says the o r -' opinion respecting the merits of the reference to the Cnban situation.
As a matter of fact,
the railroad before shearing, and thus
der soon to be issued drawing into the controversy.
A joint resolution for »20,000 for
civil service a large number of officers neither the commission nor the indi emergency at Cascade locks was re save freight money on the wool.
of the government who are now ex vidual commissioners are as yet in pos ported favorably by Hermann today,
Captain Wand has informed The
UTMBERDAND PRESBYTERIAN C H U P C H - cepted is still under deliberation by session of all the evidence.
and w ill soon pass. It is probable that Dalles Chronicle that the dredger w ill
/ Sunday sch ool, 10 a . m . Preaching, 11 a . m .
pers presented by Venezuela are only a
and 7 p . m ., first and third Sunday in each the president.
both the proposition for Yaqnina bay open a channel entirely through the
m outh. Prayer m eeting, each Wednesday at
The strike of the special order, or part of what has been promised. The and the improvement of the W illam locks within two weeks, so that boats
8 p . m . (“ We are Journeying unto a place of
blnebook of the British government,
w h ich the Lord said, I w ill give it you ; com e enstom tailors, is already practically
ette w ill be incorporated in the river may pass.
thou with us and we w ill do thee good.” — broken.
About forty of the shops while remarkably full and detailed, and harbor bill. There has been a
The steamer T. M. Richardson has
R f . v . C. A. WOOLEY, Pastor.
closed have opened, the contractors does not include all the documents hard fight made against Yaqnina bay taken the plaoe of the steamer Volanta,
' which may he adduced in support of
lH RlSTIAN C H U R C H -SE R VIC ES AT 11 A. having signed the contract drawn up
by an organized force that was favor- destroyed by fire last week, and is car
M . a u d s P. m . Sunday school at 10 a . m . by the men.
The strike begun with a its contentions.
ing another project, but the committee tying passengers, mail, eto , between
. P. S. C. E., each Sunday at 4 p . m . Midweek
prayer and praise services, Wednesday evening
w ill no donbt stand with Hermann Newport and Yaqnina City.
R outine W o rk o f the F ifty -F o u r th Ses
a t7 o ’clock. Musical reLear.-ul, each Saturday
The big snit of Sw ift & Co., the Chi
Nothing can he dm e in
The Oregon Central & Eastern is
evening at 7 o c ’ iock.
King county’ s delinquent personal
cago packers, against the Grand Trunk
the present bill for the boat railway as making arrangements to run a mixed tax is now »21,849.46, and there ia no
Macrh 23.— During the
Occasionally you find a cow that ia
e t h o d is t c h u r c i i - s u n d a y s c h o o l railway, which has been pending since
little or nothing has keen done in the train from Yaqnina to Detroit, in one immediate prospect that it w ill be
Cuban debate in the senate the floor
at 10 a . m . Pre ic h i u g each fourth Sunday 1892, was dismissed b y ^ tip u V tio m I Pendeilt lin®8 ° f inquiry, and w iil con-
way of obtaining the right of way. day, and back the next, one of the paid. The collectors recently sent out
m orning and eveuiug. Prayer m eeting, every
respect save the actual work of milking was yielded temporarily by Sherman
Thursday night. •* The Lord is in Hia holy tem Swift & Co. sued for »800,000 on ao-1 tlnne t0 iollow those nntl1 a11 its Inquiry by the oommit'ee of the attor
trains now on being dispensed with.
by County Treasurer Maple gathered
REV. M. O. BRINK, Pastor.
is extremely difficult.
The tronble to Allen, to state his views on the
count of alleged excessive charges for
ney-general developed the fact that it
A lot of salt marsh lands in Warner in about »6,000, and abont an eqnal usually ia that the opening in the end | claim of Dupont. The statement had
freight on shipments east from 1887 to
would be long before the present ap valley, Lake county, was sold recently, sum waa secured by letters sent from
w ill it be in a position to form any
of the teat is too email to allow a free more than a passing interest, for the
propriation was nsed.
nnder the saline act, and purchased the office.
opinion or to make any r e p o r t”
flow of the milk and the only remedy 1 ■ six Popnlist votes are regarded as deci
The scheme of adding the latest
by a man who w ill erect a refinery and
is to enlarge the opening. ThiB may sive in the contest, and this was the
weather forecasts to the regular post
D E A T H IN M ID -A IR .
manufacture salt of a first-class quality. cently, at the home of her grandson, at be done in several ways, bnt the best first expiession of a Populist senator.
marks on letters w ill be commenced by
Allen contended thHt Dupont was not
E P ITO M E OF T H E TE L E G R A P H IC
The 2-year-old daughter of A. H. the age of 73. Mrs. Day was a Dative way is the one described by W. W. !
Explosion So Terrific T hat the Bodies
the postoffice department July 1. A p T w o
to a seat without a certificate
Painters Struck by L igh tn in g
Frnm, of Lebanon, was kioked in the of New York oity, and, after liivng a Andrews in a recent report of the
NEWS OF T H E W ORLD.
W e re B a d ly M ungied.
plications for this service from over
W h ile P aintin g a Church Spire.
from the executive of the state, and
forty postoffices have been filed, and it
when this was lacking, as in this case,
Dubois, Pa., March 25.— A terrific
Guthrie, O. T ., March 24.— News of
skull was broken and indented, bnt the Big Bend and located eight miles north says:
w ill bo introduced in Chicago and other
the courts if the state could compel
a most remarkable occurrence was re explosion occurred at the Berwynd- doctors hope the wonnd w ill not prove of the present town of Hartline four
l a Interesting C o llection o f Item s From large cities.
ceived here todav from Beaver county. White shaft, in the eastern limits of fatal.
teen years ago.
and all that is required is the courage the issuance of credentials by the g o v
ernor. A resolution offered by t'han
t h e T w o H em isph eres Presented In »
In Chicago the enpola in the shed of A t the little postofiioe town of Grand, this city, today, and fourteen miners
Several counterfeit »5 pieeos that
A farmer in Whitman county relates to use it. I was driven to try an ex- dler, was adopted for an inquiry o f the
The mint* is a new one
Condensed F orm —A L arge A m ou n t the iron foundry, on Ashland avenue, j the Baptist congregation is building a were killed.
fell from its supports. Molten metal rather commodious chnrch, surmounted the company has been opening np by have been in circulation in Baker City the follow ing as his personal experi teat nearly closed by a sore. I tried naval committee of the de-o'ability of
of Inform ation In a Sm all Space.
was hurled in every direction. Michael ^ by a hpire seventy-five feet high. The working a crew in the shafts who have been turned over to the deputy once: Landed in (Jolfax in 1888 with drawing the milk lor weeks by the building one turret above another,
Tw o young men, named Montgomery Donovitch and Peter Rovitch were f woodwork on the steeple was com- pash the headings in various directions United States marshal by the business »2.50 and sick. Bonght prairie land cruel milking tube, until the cow and after whioh the follow ing bills »ere
men who took them in the course of at »25 per acre on time. Now owns
For the relief of settlers
and Fox, rivals in a love affair, fought fatally burned, and Edward Davis, ; pieted Thursday, and Friday morning for the big work later on.
360 acres, 60 acres orchard, »3,000 my temper were nearly ruined. At within the indemnity limits of the
a duel with revolvers on Birch creek, Miles Conway and Alexander Cameron James Ford and Harry Somers, paint-
Eighteen men went to work at 7 trade.
Some counterfeit money has fonnd worth of buildings. »2,000 worth of
grant to the Northern Pacific Railroad
Fox received two wonnds, were seriously injnred.
| er8i were employed to paint the spire. o ’ clock this morning, fourteen going
its way into circnlation in Northern tools and stock; pays taxes on valua that tube or any small steel point (not Company; for the disposal of lands in
neither of them fatal.
A dispatch to the London Globe from They began working from the bottom into the north head and fonr into the
tion of »10,000; in debt only »1,000.
the Fort Klamath hay reservation, Or
A Cairo dispatch says: The Egypt Cairo says the Kalifa has proclaimed to the top, using a circular scaffolding, west heading. About ten o ’clock the very olever imitation of the gneuine
There are many reasons to be offered shoulder about one inch from the end, egon; fixing the rank and pay of the
ian troops have started for Wady a Jehad (holy war), against Egypt, and j Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, latter felt a shook. A few minutes article, and it requires an expert to de why Tekoa should have a creamery, making the instrument at this point
judge-advocate-general of the n a -y ;
Haifa, where the entire Soudan expe called on all dervishes capable of bear- while Somers and Ford were giving later the mine boss warned them to tect it.
says the Times. There are nearly 150 (shoulder and all) about three-six- for a survey of the mouth of the Y u
ditionary force is expected to assemble ing arms to enroll nnder his banner. | the finishing touches to the top of the get ont as soon as they conld, and they
A limestone quarry has been dis Jersey cows in the vicinity. Second,
kon river, Alaska.
A pril 1, when the advance on Dongola It is said Osman Digna is to loave spire, a thunder storm oame np, accom- were hurriedly taken np in the cage. covered near Shoofly, about twenty-five there are npwardg of 500 milk cows of ground sharp to out, being of itself
abont one-half of the width, snoh an
w ill be commenced.
Washington, M rch 2 5 — An unex
j The two painters were seen making was fonnd the explosion in the north
Dr. Brown, of San Francisco, has mastering at Dongola.
tested in a blacksmith's forge and it Coenr d'Alene mining country would instrument could not fail to enlarge the pected climax to the Cuban debate was
That trade between the United States efforts to lower their scaffold, when a
been acquitted on the charges of im
It was afterwards furnish a market lor the product, and opening, and milking twice a day reached in the senate today when. <m
the bodies were mutilated almost be burned nicely.
moral ty and censured for nnministerial and Asia is increasing is indicated by
olaP oi ‘ hander and abiin din g
home consumption alone creates an would keep it open. 1 had such an in motion of Sheiman, chairman of the
mixed np into plaster.
-¡r s t h r * — Ktf-.c.nsideis him -eli vindi the heavy trans-racinc bibub mnr ar- Dr.ah left the clouds and struck the
unusually good market for a No. 1 ar strument made; it has always proved oommittee on foreign relations, the
The bodies have all been recovered
safe and sure. The last man who bor Cuban resolutions were recommitted to
cated of all the charges preferred j riving and departing. The steamship spire, knocking away the scaffolding,
from the mine, and are being made Company at Baker City has resumed ticle.
rowed it says he is now ready to buy
The Congregational Victoria that sailed from Tacoma, car- splitting the spire, and leaving Somers
Colonel McIntyre, an irrigation and hard milking cows. With one hand the committee. The vote to recommit
ready to be taken to their late homes. operations. A large supply of logs is
«»unoil has been in session fur the past ried the largest m ail ever taken out and Ford pinned to the roof, dead.
A ll of the men wer-j married, with the on hand, and there w ill be nothing to civil engineer of Seattle, is the inven grasp the teat filled with milk; with was nnauimouus and without the for
three weeks trying the charges against by a Northern Pacific liner. T h ere! To add to the awfnl scene, the cloth
mality of roll call. Sherman, Morgan
were 45 sacks of papers, amounting to ing of the men was ignited b y the exception of one, who was a son of one prevent a continuous operation of the tor of a new system of wagon roads, the other work the steel point in up to and Lodge were appointed to re| resent
flash, and for ten minutes the bodies
2,650 pounds, and 6,500 letters.
the sharp shoulder; now with the the senate in a farther conference.
Fire in Clinton, Wig., inflicted a
has been in a depressed condition for
E. P. Campbell, who owns 4,000 oountry travel. He calls it the “ steel thumbnail about one-half inch below Hoar gave notice of a proposed amend
News has reached New York from were seen burning and smoking in
loss of from »75,000 to »100,000. The
Heavy rain finally extin some time past, all of the families are sheep in Washington and 6,000 in
as a gauge, give a quick push and the ment to the rules for the purpose of
Urge stock of general merchandise Luayra, Venezuela, of the bursting of guished the fiames, and three hours left in very poor circnmstances.
Umatilla oounty, expects to go to lamb observing that the drivers of every ve- thiDg is done' at one time, without "enabling the senate to dispose of pub
o f Crosier Brothers is a total loss; also the magazine of the Venezuela war
later the remains of the men were
ing about April 10. He thinks that hiole seek the street car tracks in pref confining the cow; yoo may do this to lic business more prom ptly.” It pro-
toe Y. M. C. A. fixtures, and the bnild- ship Marscale Ayacuche. Eight men
FOR M IL ITA R Y PURPO SES.
early enough to begin, because of pos erence to the best gravel or paved her four teats without a kick. No
post's that when any bill or resolution
ings and stocks of several other firms.
sible severe weather in the meantime. street. Mr. McIntyre estimates that bleeding or swelling ever follow s.”
shall have been under consideration no
The fire is the second one which has
Sucia Island s Turned O ver to the W a r
the cost of siDgle-track rural steel
The warship was burned Every hair on homers head was gone,
About »11,000 has bee# paid into the
less than four days, it shall be in order
ocourTed recently, and is believed to fishermen.
D ep artm ent.
roads w ill not exceed »1,000 to »2,000
county treasury, at Grant’ s Pass, as
to the water’ s edge, bnt the hulk was ? “ d ,th“ e wer,®
other evidences of
for any senator to demand that the de
M akin g B u tter W ith o u t H ay.
have been incendiary in its origin.
per mile, while the cost of macadam
taxes thus far. The total amount to
saved and taken in tow to La Gnayra. H16 l',*11?111118 8 bo^t opon tbe body-
The scarcity of hay complicates the bate thereon be closed. If the senate
Mayor Broatcb, of Omaha, Neb., has
I Ford s body was badly brnised and group of three or four small islands in be collected from taxpayers of Joseph ized wagon roads average over, »6,000
In Cleveland, O., the fishing tugs iao,3rate(j_
feeding problem, especially for those decides to close debate, the question is
the lower sound, between the Georgian ine county for all purposes is »42,000. per mile.
sent out letters to 500 mayors of oities
engaged in dairying. 1 have eighteen to be taken on the measure on its suc
gulf and President’ s channel, have Of this the O. & C. railroad is down
in the tTans-Mississippi valley, asking Jessie Enas and Helene went ont on
A N N E X A TIO N O F CUBA.
Id a h o.
the lake, and after gathering the nets, I
cattle and five horses, says W illiam cessive stages, according to the rules,
been turned over to the war depart for »7,601.18.
them to present the matter to the coun
The concentrators of the Tiger and West, of Illinois. A ll the rough feed but without further debate, except that
ment and permanently reserved for
cils of their respective municipalities, set out the night before, started baok. '
< b ject o f the Unite«! States A ccord in g
The firm of Shea & Co. has pur Boorman Consolidated near Bnrke were I possessed last fall was straw from every senator desiring shall be permit
military purposes. President Cleve
and urging the adoption of resolu When outside the breakwater, a b liz -'
to Spanish Papers.
chased grounds near the O. C. & E. d !8troyed by fire last week.
ten sores of short oats, and ten acres ted to speak not more than once and
land makes the order nnder date of
tions favoring the exposition that is to zard struck them and they were soon
of shreded corn fodder. The problem not exceeding an honr.
Madrid, March 24.— La Epoca, the March 4. A copy was received today railroad bridge and w ill start a tan
be held in Omaha dnring the sninmer hemmed in by dense stacks of floating
j ice. The powerful harbor tng Bacon leading Spanish ministerial organ, at the local land office. It is aB follows: nery in Albany. The firm has pur university, has taken an excellent was what to feed the cows so as to get
and fall of 1898.
H ou se.
chased the old United Presbyterian
j forced her way to the rescue, and, after says:
‘ The executive order of July 13,
phonograph by means of Roentgen's an average of one ponnd of butter per
The Kentucky legislature has ad ; a hard battle, brought the Helene in. I
day from each oow milked, as I needed
“ An extensive examination of the 1892, reserving the group of islands church, which w ill be removed to the rays.
Washington, March 25. — The honse
journed, after a sixty-day session. ! The Bacon pat back to rescue the Jessie
that amount to anpply customers. 1 passed most of the day considering the
accounts published by the leading known as Sncia islands, in the gnlf of grounds for a building.
The legislature failed to accomplish Enas, but the effort was finally aban-
The powder honse of the Sanders' began feeding corn fodder as 1 would
Cnrtis bill to abolish the death penalty
The Astoria & Goble Railroad Com
' American newspapers of the debates in Georgia, state of Washington, for
mine, near Bnrke, was blown np last hay, adding a liberal ration of corn,
the two important acts it had before i t 1 ^oned.
| congress shows that, setting aside lighthonse purposes, is hereby canceled, pany pnt twelve men to work grading
in all cases where it is prescribed in
— the election of a United States sen - 1 The British ship Auldgirth, whioh
week, and not a vestige of it remains bran, and corn-and-oob meal.
This the federal statutes (60 in number),
hypoorisy, the real issues, as some sen with the exception of the lands em through the marshes below Bureau’ s
ator and the enactment oi legislation arrived at Cork recently with a cargo
method, however, oonsnmed the fodder save in cases of mnrder and rape, nnder
ators point ont, is whether the United braced in two permanent locations, mill, near Clatskanie, recently. This
to save the state’s financial reputation. of wheat from Portland, Or., reports
concentrator were shattered, bnt for too rapidly, much of it being wasted,
sections 6389 and 5345 of the revised
States can take possession of Cuba by designated on a bine-print map of the is an experiment which the oompany is
Governor Bradley has refused to order having passed in latitnde 56:02 sonth. 1 force or not.
and the milk yield was not satisfac statutes, where the jury might qualify
above mentioned islands, prepared in trying, in order to know if the road oan
* i ^ 01*1 80881011' aud the 8tate 18 ln - longitude 71:31 west, two large ice-1
“ If they can, why let them declare 1895 under direction of Major James be pnt across the flat at that plaoe.
Judge Piper, of Moscow has refused tory. I then changed my method to the verdict “ without capital punish-
a bad way.
I bergs, about five miles long and about war against ns; let them set their fleets C. Post, corps of engineers, United
A Jones' creek goose was sold in the petition for a mandamus oompell-1 the follow ing with much better results: ment. ” The bill makes no changes in
A t a recent session of the committee 5 0 0 feet high. On the follow ing day, in motion and send them to Cuba, States Army, engineer thirteenth light Grant's Pass last week. When dressed ing the oity treasurer to pay warant \ Six bushels of mixed straw and fodder the penalty that can be inflicted by
on adulteration of food held in London, ' in 56:27 sonth and 68:06 west, she , They need not doubt that we w ill re-
house district, and, with these excep »1 in two gold nnggets and some cop issues before the beginning of the pres- are slightly moistened with soft wa- military and naval
the secretary of the board of agricnl- passed eight icebergs from one to ceive them as it behooves ns to do. If tions, the islands situated in approxi per and brass were fonnd in its craw. ent fiscal year, with the inoome of this j ter. To this is added one bushel of Among the death penalties abolished
tore, testified that among the samples ^ twelve miles long, and from 100 to 700 they cannot declare war, then, as hon- mate township 38 north, range 2 west, As the goose only cost 75 oents, the in- year. It w ill be taken to the supreme bran, one-half bushel of corn-meal, six ' by the bill are for murder and robbery
o f food examined by the English gov- . feet high. There were light northeast orable members of congress have said, are hereby permanently reserved for vestent was considered to be a good court.
quarts of oil-cake meal, and the whole on the high seas, accessory before the
ernment fifty-one came from the j winds at the time, and fine weather. I let these debates cease and let Spain military purposes.”
C. Wells, living across the river from mixed with a fork. This is fed to nine fact of murder, piracy, etc., on the
United States and thirty-nine from j The icebergs were right in the tra ck ' govern herself with the liberty she is
Hops are very slow in Washington Fort Sherman, has instituted suit for oows each morning, and the same high seas, destruction of vessels at
Canada, not one of whioh was adnlter- ■ 0f ships.
j entitled to and which nobody can limit-
Confession o f G u ilt.
The ration | sea, arson of vessels of war, etc. The
Two carloads have been damages against Colonel Hall, the ! amount is given at night.
ated. Germany made the worst show- j Edison has succeeded, with the aid | “ Anything is better than to go on
Visalia, Cal , March 25.— Lovern, shipped from Boos’ warehouse in Forest commander, and Lieutenant Brown. g>™8 better results than any mixture o f 1 bill failed to pass for want of a
ing. adulteration having been fonnd in 0f the Roentgen ray, in penetrating the threatening and hiding nnder the veil the leader of the gang of trainrobbers Grove, and about three carloads yet the quartermaster. In harvesting ioe these feeds that I have ever tried, q u o r u m . __
37 ont of 104 samples examined.
j human body with the naked eye, the of jingoism and the no longer fashion in jail for attempting to hold np a remain. There nre several lots scat for the post the military teams oross a Bran is worth »11 por ton. corn 25
Edls«)n and Hin E xperim en t«.
A sensation has been cansed by the successful
experiment having been able intentions of those whose aspira- train last week, ent his throat with a tered through the oounty whose owners nareow neck of W ells’ land, and he oents per bnshel to which 5 cents is
York, March 23.— Thomas A.
annonnoement made by M. Berthelot, made at la it. He looked into the lnngs tion is the independence of Cuba in razor tonight, and w ill probably die. are holding for a higher price. Two wants »500 from the government for added to pay for grinding and oil-
minister of foreign affairs, in a Frenob ' and heart, and examined the arteries, j order to obtain its annexation after Lovern’s oondition was discovered by cents were advanced on the hops sold, the passage of the teams.
cake *20 P«r ton, thus makiDg the Edison bag discovered, in connection
oabinet meeting, that he had asked the muscles and blood vessels of one of his w ard.”
daily cost of the grain ration for nine j with his X rays experiments, a sub
his fellow-prisoners soon after 6 o ’clock, with little prospects of getting more.
British ambassador, the Marqnis of assistants. W ith the powerful oathode ^ The Heraldo says:
“ Spain conld and the alarm was given. When the
cows abont 76 cents. Each horse is J ■¡tance so sensitive to rays that by using
W a sh in g to n .
Dafferin, for information regarding light placed behind the subject he never officially recognize a United officers arrived he was dying from loss
President H ill of the Great North j fed a basket of straw and fodder night | plates coated with it be can see the
Scarlet fever is prevalent in Walla
the proposed advance of British-Egyp- 1 looked through a screen of prepared _ States commission in Cnban affairs, of blood. He had cut his throat from
ern railway has purchased 800 acres | and morning, and is also given six to | human hand at a distance of fifteen
tian troops np
the Nile, and had chemicals, and is said to have plainly | It is impossible that President Cleve- ear to ear, severing the windpipe, and
of land on the west side of Great Falls. i eight ears of corn three times a day. I feet. This substance is tnugslate < f
Two carloads of Hollanders are on
War all the smaller blood vessels, bnt miss
pointed out to him the serious oonse- j seen the workings of the various organs land should have such an idea.
This w ill no doubt be made the ter They are iu better condition than when calcium
between Spain and America would be ing the jug-liar vein. Lovern secured the way from St. Paul to Washington. minal grounds of this oompany.
qnenoes of such an advance.
This of the body.
given all the hay they w ill eat. The
Farmers around Prescott report that
warning note may be a preliminary to
A boy named Swinehart, 13 years preferable.
cattle are registered Jerseys.
the razor from Billy Edwards, who
D r. P ric e ’s C r e a m Ba In g » o w n e r ,
It is said that the Union Lumber
a more decided step.
| old, was arrested in Burlington, la ,
“ Spain, in former times, has accept frequented his saloon, on the pretense much of their wheat was frozen out by
World’ « la ir Hiqhe&t Medal and 0 piorna
Senator Mitchell of Oregon is pre- 88 the leader of a gang of youthful ^ ed the nonsequences of a more terrible that he wanted to shave. Lovern’ s no the late cold snap, and they are gen Copmany, which is the trust combina
tion controlling the ontpnt of Flathead
paring his report in favor of an am end-1 ruffians who attempted to burn alive ( struggle than would be a war with the
tion is considered an acknowledgement erally reseediDg their fields.
Tomatoos do best on a sandy, porous
m en ttoth e constitution providing for a •naall boy against whom they had a United States, and we should prefer of the gnilt of the gang.
Austin Meyers, living close to Lyn- oonnty, has been awarded the contract loam.
den, in Whatcom county, lost his honse
the election of United States senators grndge. They persuaded the little fel to risk a war to recognizing the com
Pruning apple trees mast be looked
M a n t H olm es to T e ll H is Story.
by fire last week. Nothing was saved. Blackfoot agency at a price of »19 per after each year, as it is important to
by a direct vote of the people. At its low to enter the cellar of an empty mission.”
He carried »bout »200 insurance.
last meeting the committee on privi
Should the long-contemplated rail allow no surplus wood in the tree.
O O worth of lovely Music for Forty
leges and elections, by a vote of five to post. After torturing him with tales tend to regard as unfounded the rumor being made by several publishers to in
It is intended to extend the Shelton
Cent«, consisting of xoo pages —^
be built into the old deserted min The majority of trees have twice as
duce murderer H. H. Holmes to write Southwestern
four, ordered a joint resolution looking
railway to join the
a Cnban commission, and they echo the story of his life, including a fall Northern Paciflo at Gray’ s harbor. ing camp of Castle, there w ill be a
latest, brighter*, liveliest and nu-st popular
to a change in this particular to be re
selections, both vocal and Instrumental. —^
ported to the senate. It is Mr. Mitch passing saw the fire, broke in and ex the sentiments of the Heraldo on the confession of his crimes. A New York The distance to be built is only fonr genuine revival of mining interests at
gotten up in the most elegant manner. In- —
that p oin t The hills surrounding the
For small lawns a high grade com
eluding four large size Portraits.
ell's intention to press the resolution tinguished it and rescued the almost subject. No official intimation of snch newspaper is the highest bidder, hav miles.
CARMENdTA, the Spanish Dancer,
PADEREW8KI, the Great Pianist,
Very few criminal cases w ill be tried and it requires a railroad to make the lawns is far preferable to manure, and
story. The condemned man has lately
Chairman Gideon, of the League of
ADEL/HA PATTI and
at the present term of the superior ores available.
In Kalamazoo, M ich., non-onion
MINNIE 8EUQMAN CUTTING. ^
T h e E n e m y R e p u ls e d .
produces an immediate effect. If it is
done a great deal of writing, the char
American Wheelmen, says active steps
court of Linooln county, most of them
«ODkCM ALL ORDIM TO
moldera who had taken the places of
I w ill be taken to prevent amateur riders
The citizens of Montana are begin- uo‘ obtainable, put on unleached wood
Msssowah, March 24.— A foroe of acter of which he has concealed, and having been continned till the next
THE NEW YORK MUSICAL ECHO CO.:
striking union men at the foundry of j
it is not known whether he accepted
from violating the rules in their class. 600 dervishes attacked Sabderat p
Broadway Theatre B ldg., New Y ork City.
ning to realize that the livestock in- a8he8 and fine h0” 6 mea1'
Clarage & Son attacked two union
C A N V A S S E R S W A N TE D .
He insists that Southern and Northern March 8. It was defended by eighty any of the numerous offers.
dustry is bound to become one of the 3 r P r ic e ’s C r e a m B a k in g Po w de r.
molders from an adjacent foundry, and j
After paying all the expenses in ci largest and most profitable of their re
regarded as two native troops, and the enemy were de
u iu ik 4
In turn were attacked by a big crowd
dent to purchasing the army past, the sources. The shipments from Montana
distinct states by the L. A. W. and the feated and fled, leaving forty-one
of onion molders who were lying in
Tampa, Fla., March 25.— A letter Spokane committee had left 7 per cent for 1895 amounted to 306.460 head of
racing board, and an amateur resident killed. March 10, 1,500 dervishes re
wait for them. The non-union men
of either division cannot compete out newed the attack, bnt they were re from a Spanish sonree gives a report of of the cash subscribed to return to those cattle, valued at »11,032,560, or aD
were armed with iron bars, and in the
side the boundary of his division at a pulsed with heavy loss. Three thou an engagement at Candelaria, the 17th who donated it.
average of »36 per bead.
fight that followed one of the union
‘ CU PIDEN K *
distance of over 100 miles from his sand dervishes are still threatening the inst., when Maceo and Bandera, with
John F. Abbot died in Walla Walla
This arreat Vegetable
men had his head cut open and two
The citizens’ committee o f Dillon are
VI tai iz»* r, the preaer i p-
home. He claims that the greatest pass and reinforcements have been dis 6,000 men, attacked Colonel Francis. from injuries received about ten days
tlon o f a fam ous French physician, will quickly cu re vou o f all ner-
others received broken noses.
considering the advisability of bnidling
abuses of the league's rules and the Pa patched from Cassala.
The negus The Spanish loss, the latter says, was ago in a runaway accident
vona o r diseases o f the generative >rgan». such as Loet M anhood,
He was a
tronble resulted from an assault on a
Insom nia, Faina In the B a ck ,Ôemi; ni Émissions.
cific board's confidence are committed Menelek has ordered his chiefs to meet 300 soldiers, fonr captains and eight pioneer of the Walla Walla valley,
Pimples, Unfitness to M arry, Exit---- g — h rn i»«, Varloorele
g -------- a<>Q
non-onion molder on Saturday night, by these men who obtain their expenses
C o n s '¡n a tio n . I t atepn aM I
•n b y day o r nlgrht Prevents qnP-k-
lieutenants. Francis surrendered, giv and well known throughout the state.
lesrlft to sperm atorrhoea and
ire ss o í d isc h a r g e , w h ic h i f n o t c h
by striking molders. The non-union
and other concessions and yet aeek to them farewell and return to Shoa. Ad- ing np all his arms and ammunition.
all the horrors of I m potency. € I 'P I i n : * E rieaju»ea the liver, to«
BEFORE a n o AFTER kidneys and the urinary organs o f all impurities.
men were finally vanquished.
The tails of 1,600 squirrels were laid a report on the prospective road to
igrat has been furnished with a plenti This, it is said, incensed General Wey-
C U P I ft E X E strengthens and restores sm all w eak organs.
The race for the Hirsch enp in Nice,
T h e reason sufferers are r>ot cured b y 1 '<rtors Is because ninety per cent s r* t*Y*jbted with
ful supply of water to last until the ier, who announced that Francis would on the commissioners’ table in Spokane Argents and have estimated that with
P r o s l a f i t U . r t ’ PI DEN E is th«> onl v know n rem edv to cure without an operation. W** t*-*tlmo nt*
one day last week. They were taken an expenditure of less than »3,000 a ais.
a total distance of thirty miles, Satan-
— The perpendicularity of monu end of April.
A written eu •■Ilnt‘*e given and im iuey returned If six boxes does not effect a perm anent cur*
return to Spain on the next steamer.
: np in the regular order of business, first-class road can be constructed over $E00a box. six f >r » ».O'), by mall. Send for rmzK circular and testimonial«.
ita won, Ailsa second, Britannia third. ments is affected by the rays of the
D A T O E M E D IC IN E C O ., P. O. Dox 207b. daa Franctoeo. Cal. ForBnU t*
and the bounty of one cent apiece paid. which heavy loads may be hauled at all
— Slow rivers flow at the rate of
The Prince of Monaco has renewed sun. The heat on one side causes the
— Twelve creeks in the United States
J. A. BENSON, Agent.
I Ferndale in Whatoom county ia to
his concession to the Monte Carlo material to expand.
bear the name of the Rhine.
E. P. THORP,
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