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P H E N O M E N A L
CAPITAL AND ENTERPRISE
COTTAGE GROVE. LANE COUNTY. OREGON. SATURDAY. APRIL 25. 18116.
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X ,E M A T I .
A m a n i a c IN c h u r c h .
| sity of Washington defeated the young
ladies of the Ellensburg normal school .
A n A r m e d L u n a tic C re a te d a S e n sa tio n ;
Thomas Johnson and Sid Crull, who
at basket-ball by a score of six points
In O a k la n d .
were convicted in Walla Walla of hav
Devoted to the Best Interests to three.
AN I M P O R T A N T O F I N I O N D E L I V
ing sandbagged S. Malcomson, have R O U T I N E W O R K O F T H E F I F T Y -
Oakland, Cal., April 31.— W ildly
A New York Herald special from
of Cottage Grove, Lemati and
VAR IO US PLACES
been sentenced, Johnson to the peni
F O U R T H S ES S IO N .
flourishing a gleaming pistol over his
ERED BY J U S T I C E BROWN.
Cairo, Egypt, says: A telegram to the
tentiary for ten years and Crnll to the
Bohemia Gold Mining District.
head, Lewis Pastor shouted "W hen the
war department rtates that Colonel
anarchists threw the bomb in thej
Lloyd defeated the dervishes near Sua-
The board of county commissioners t n b i t a n r a o f U u B i l l . u i S R e .o lu t l o n »
L E A D E R BU ILDING
S ta te E n t it le d to L e v y T a x ed on P a Frenoh assembly,” as he stood in front | Th. G r e a t N o r t h w e s t F u r n is h e s S o m e
I n t r o d u c e d In t h « H o n a t. a n d H o u .«
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 of Pierce county has closed a contract
ten ted an d
L a n d s —T h e of the pnlpit of the First Unitarian
Joseph D. Higgins, one of the oldest
church this morning. There was a
— C o n d e n s e d R e c o r d o f th e l l o l n g . o f
e s t — D e v e lo p m e n t a n d P r o g r e s s in with Attorney E. W. Taylor to prose
M o r m o n C h u r c h P r o p e r t y to b e R e
of the pioneers of Oregon, died in As
stampede in the crowdod auditorium,
cute the collection of the delinquent
t h e N a t io n a l L a w m a k e r * - S e n a t e .
A l l I n d u s t r i e s -O r e g o n .
s t o r e d - O t h e r < a s e s D is m is s e d .
toria. He was 73 years of age, having
and a rush of men and women to get
personal tax-roll. The amount out
been born in Fulton county, 111., in
A number of valuable dogs have standing is about $10,000.
Washington, April 18. —-The resolu
Washington, April 32. — Justice ont of range of the weapon. A panio
E d ito r and B u s in e s s M a n a g e r
THE B E ST
Brown delivered the opinion of the su was averted by the call for order from been poisoned in The Dalles recently,
Persons from Yakima in traveling tion for an investigation of the reoeut
and the owners are after the poisoner,
i A Madrid dispatch says: It is an preme court today in the case of the ---------------------
over the monntains to Wenatchee, re- bond issues was taken up in the senate
nounced that the royal speech to be de Central Pacific Railway Company vs.
That was the very sensational inter- who has thus far escaped punishment, oently encountered snow to the depth today and Hill made a sensational and Q P l ? | [ u | 2
(V lF n iP I N F
R itira o f S u b s c r ip t io n .
'■ ‘ • ■ s / l v l l v l a
00 livered at the opening of the new cortes the State of Nevada, involving the rnption that occurred almost immedi- j At the close of the East Oregon pres- of 15 feet; of the oompany of five, two dramatio speech in opposition.
ONE YE A R ......................................................»
w ill promise political and administra right of the state to tax the lands of ately after the organ prelude at the bytery a resolution was adopted uffer- lost their way and had a serious time New York senator defended Secretary Is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR—don’t
These rates arc strictly In advance.
subscriber« wishing a change in their tive reforms for Cuba and Porto Rioo. the railroad company.
Carlisle and his administration of the f°r2et to take it. The Liver gets sluggish
The case came Unitarian house of worship gave the ing a vote of thanks to the people of getting cat of the monntains.
p studied add re** should give their o!d as well
treasury against loose insinuations of du« nK the Winter, just like all nature,
as Lew address.
Judge B. F. Dennison, ex-chief jus to the supreme conrt from the Nevada signal for the commencement of the La Grande for the hospitality extended
Thieves entered Captain W ard’ s irregularities, and showed the preva-
d tbe sVstem becomes choked up by
The E cho -M cadkb w ill be sent to subscribers
roughly-dressed to the visitors.
grocery store at Eagle harbor last
until all an ears are paid and paper ordered to tice of the supreme court of Washing
be d «continued according to law.
Mosier has a monstrosity in the week, while Manager Slater was at
ton territory and one of the ablest jur
An> subscriber nor receiving his paper
presenting and reading in full the tism. You want to wake up your Liver
The state courtH held that the state on, and, flourishing his revolver, com shape of a calf with two months, one
sapper, and a large amount of flour,
regularly will please notify this office imm e ists of the state, died in Olympia, aged
immediately underneath the other. canned goods, etc , was carried off charges made by bona tor Chandler now. but be sure you take SIMMONS
76. He was a native of Vermont and
g ^ f - We invite short articles of eeneral in
against the friends of McKinley that a LIVER REGULATOR to do it. It also
ed lands, and also for lands which had claiming speoeh maker was suddenly The calf, to all appearances, is per-
Several other robberies were also com ■ levy of money was being made on pro regulates the Liver—keeps it properly at
terest—long one«, as a rule, not published. All one of the Argonauts of California.
not been patented, but which had been cut off. From four corners of the j fectly formed otherwise.
article« m u»t be accom panied by the name of
An old flintlock gnn, smooth bore, surveyed, and on which the cost of sur cbnrch fonr men ruBhed toward him.
tected industries in behalf of M cKin work, when your system will be free from
the writer, not fo- publication, but ms evidence
Sheriff Knight, of Marion county,
ol good initb. We MSsume no responsibility for and bearing the date of 1776, was
In Seattle two Chinese, Chin Jim ley’s candidacy for the presidency. As poison and the whole body invigorated.
veying had not been paid.
Jnstioe They were John Yule, John P. Irish,
the op in ion » of correspondents.
has turned into the county treasury Wah, bookkeeper of the Wa Chong a farther evidence of the prevalence of
You get T H E B E S T I t L O O L> when
Entered at the p ostoffee at Cottage Grove as found in a cabin on the Colville Indian Brown’ ? opinion affirms this decision. Sam Hall and David Bc?h.
his fourth annual installment of taxes Company, and Chin Chong, manager, the charges. H ill spoke of the sugar your system is in A1 condition, and that
second class matter.
reservation by two prospectors.
“ If,” he said, “ the railroad had a stinctively Beized the flourishing arm
collected for the year 1895
The filed identification papers for their investigation, where, he said, one sen will only be when the Liver is kept active.
A d v e r t í tin g R a t e s M a d e K n o w n ou A p - also fonDd a string of curiously carved possessory claim to the lands, they are and grappled for the pistol.
Try a Liver Remedy once and note the
: amount was SB, 188.53.
beads and a scalp lock of a woman.
rhilr.ren, the object being for the off ator, referring to Quay, had frankly differ nee.
p lic a t io n .
Bur take only SIMMONS
taxable under the statute of Nevada.” the audience watched the struggle.
admitted that he bad bought sugar L iver R e gu lator — it is S im m o n s
Remarking upon the plea that the There was a very lively bout, but the
From Washington, D. C ., comes the
whatever property their fathers may stock and had a right to bny it, and L iver R e g u lat o r which makes the
news that the postoffioe at Excelsior, land could not be taxed where the gov weapon-wielder was presently over
feated for nomination in the recent leave, and not be snbjected to litiga today that senator was the favorite son difference. Take it in powder or in liquid
in Pierce oounty, Wash., w ill be dis ernment reserved mineral lands from come, and little further time elapsed
of the leading republican state as a already prepared, or make a tea of the
before he was hustled ont of the Democratic convention, having an tion.
lUMBKKI.AND PKESBYTKRIAN CHTRCH— continued April 30, next.
It is to be the grant, he said:
powder; but take SIMMONS LIVER REGU
nounced himself an independent can-
j Snudsy school, 10 a . M. Preachuig, 11 a . m .
Manager F. A. Huntley, of the Puy candidate for the presidency.
LATOR. You’ ll find the RED Z on every
and 7 p . m ., flr«i and third Su day In each consolidated on May 1 with the post-
He was taken to jail, where he gave
Washington, A pril 20.— To avoid a package. Look for it.
m onth. Prayer m eeting, e«cn Wednesday at office at Tacoma, to which all mail becanse the lands are mineral, it cer
allup agricultural experiment station,
8 p. m . (“ We «re Journeying unto a place of
tainly cannot be injured by a sale of the name of Lewis Pastor. He said he
has arranged for experiments in flax strnglge fur precedence, the senate, on J- H . Z e l l i n ft Co., I ’ U i l a d e l p t J * » P ».
which tne Ixrrd said, I will give it y«*u; com e should be sent.
was a laborer, homeless, and in need of William Frazier, died at her home in culture the present season. Twenty motion of Canon, took np the resoln-
the lands to pay the tax.”
thou W th us and we will do thee good.” —
R e v . C. A W O O LIY , Pa-tor.
He did not think it possible that the assistance. Chief Lloyd ordered him Cove, Union county, April 4, 1896.
tion directing the secretary of the in
Cape Colony, telegraphs to the Eoglish railroad company’s enormous land charged with carrying a concealed Mrs. Frazier was one of the earliest platB w ill be sown at Puyallup for the
M O V E BY M A T A B E L E S .
purpose of demonstrating the quality terior to open the Uncompahgre reser
/1H R IST 1A S CHURCH—BERVft’ ES AT 11 A. government that there is no sign that
grant should remain untaxed nntil the weapon and disturbing a religions pionee.'s of Eastern Oregon, and had of fibre produced, and arrangements vation without further delay, the un
I ; a . and 8 p. m . r*unday senool at 10 a . m .
Y. P. S. r . K., each Sunday at 4 p . m . Midweek Bulnwayo is endangered, and that pre character of the lands, as to minerals, meeting.
The pistol was loaded in
have been made for a limited number derstanding being that the bond in H o s t ile M m U t * i S u d d e n ly D is a p p e a r
prayer and praise service«, W ednesday evening cautions are being taken to keep the
every chamber. City Physician May- many years.
conld be determined.
F r o m B u lu w a y o .
a t " o'clo ck . Musical iei.ear»al, each Saturday
of experiments in Lewis, Cowlitz, [ vestigation resolution shonld come np
ev iu iu g at 7 o o’lock.
Mr. Perard, a sheepraiset of Echo, Clark and other counties.
Justice Field dissented on the ground one examined Pastor nnd pronounced
at 2 o ’clock as unfinished business.
Bulnwayo, April 21.— Bo far as the
ply it with food.
is preparing to drive his sheep to the
that the reservariun of mineral lands him insane.
After Brown had spoken for the resolu situation it improved here over that of
e t h o d is t c h it r c h - s c n d a y s c h o o l
E. R. Learning of Yakima has had
at 10 a . m . Pre clilug each fourth Sunday
The animals have been
The first sleeping car porter is dead. from the grant made it impossible to
tion he sought to secure a vote. G or yesterday, it is due to the departure of
moaning «nd evening. Prayer m eeting, every
RAYS shorn a jd the wool sold for 8 cents
man asked that action be deferred ow the enemy, which has been massed to
Thursday night. •* The I.ord is in His holy L m - He was John D Mitchell, and he was determine what lands could be properly GERMS KILLED BY ‘ 'X ”
R e v . M. O. BRINK, Pastor.
per pound. The clip realized six tons
with the Pullman company over thirty taxed against the tailroad company.
ing to the absence of Vilas, who de the north of the town for several days,
The cases involving the Mormon P o s it iv e A n n o u n c e m e n t M a d e b y T w o from 1,600, an average of eight pounds
years. He began his service as porter
sired to be heard. Aldrich said it and from where an attack has been al
try. They w ill go through Oregon by ” ‘ngt £ cleaiT hat tlTere was "some-
to the fleece.
C h i c a g o P h y s ic ia n « .
on the "P ion eer,” the first sleeping ohnrch property, which was confiscated
most hourly expected.
behind” the8e efforts at delay,
car ever built, the rolling foundation nnder the Edmunds’ act, were sen t! Chicago, April 20. — Professor H. P.
Three of Crook county’ s babies, Fred wagon and w ill stick to the convey- thj
ment, however, brings little oomfort to
back to the snpreme court of Utah for Pratt and Professor Hugh Wigbtman Smith, Love Bailey and R E. Misener,
o f its inventor’ s vast wealth.
th ite in Bnluwayo. The excited man
Uorman leBponded that it was
final disposal in conformity with the announce to the world that diphtheria met in Prineville recently and some en and beneficial to their health, which is vote
ner in which the natives quitted their
The arrest of the Baptist missionary,
CPI T O M E O F T H E T E L E G R A P H I C Bishop Diaz, in Havana, was due to joint resolution of congress, approved and typhoid are absolutely killed by thusiastic friend took them down to
positions indicated a confident purpose
March 36 last, restoring this property the Roentgen trays. This statement is the hay scales and tipped them at 835
distinguished senator on the other side of mischief. There is no evidence that
NEWS O F T H E W O R L D .
the declarations by some prisoners who
to the church. Thu decision of the made withont reserve. The decision pounds. Pretty good for a cow county, expect to be absent from Yakima about of the chamber that delays in public they were alarmed Friday at the
were captured at Vivora, near that
conrt below wa9 reversed for this pur was reached this evening, when the the Review thinks.
business were occurring.
demonstration of the patrol of 24 men
place, and to the documents which
Allen Shadle, father of Joseph
Washington, April 22.— With the from Bnluwayo upon their vangnard.
% « In ter« s.ln fc C o lle c tio n o f I t e m s F io tn were found in their possession.
Three cases from the snpreme conrt posed to the ray failed to show signs of now generally oonceded tbt t Kelsay Shadle, whose mysterious death at the thermometer standing at 80 degrees, Although 'h is vanguard was driven
th e T w o H e m is p h e r e s P r e s e n te d l c » case w ill be summarily pushed.
of Oregon, the Oregon Short Line & lile under the glass— the deadly bacilli Porter, who was convicted of murder Steilacoom asylnm caused a sensation, less than 20 senators were on the floor back upon the main body, the patrol
C o n d e n se d F o r m — A L a r g e A m o u n t
A dispatch to the Volks Zeitung, Utah Northern Railway Company
remaining idle and inactive in the in the first degree for killing Ben has addressed a circular letter to the when the president pro tem, Frye, did not dare to plaoe itself within reach
Cologne, dated from Shanghai, declares against J. T. Malian, Jane Skattowe midst c f the best and most tempting
o f I n fo r m a t io n in a S m a ll S p a c e .
people of the state of Washington, called the upper house to order
Dur of the overwhelming numbers of the
Mache on New Year's day, v. ill escape
that it is true, as has been before re and Francis Collin, were decided by imitation of human tissues.
from his home in Ohio, appealing for
ing the morning hour the joint resolu main body.
The president has nominated Leo ported, that Li Hung Chang, who is
the snpreme court, all being dismissed
Fonr new colonies of epidemic- hanged last week, bnt an appeal was
The direction taken by this great
tion for the appointment of General
Berghols, of New York, as consul it on his way to Moscow to be present at
i both Shadle and Frank Barrett were , Franklin, Representative Steele, Gen body of hostile natives, after quitting
bretrter«, labeled as cholera, tubercu taken and execution stayed.
the coronation of the czar, bears with
murdered. Barret was an attendant
losis, hog choiera and diphtheria, were
eral Hend rson and General B le, aa the position to the north, has not been
For there years every person within
at the asylum, and died suddenly on
Rich placer grounds have been forud him a secret Russo-Chinese treaty.
mem tiers of the board of managers of learned. But it is feared the purpose
located in tubes filled with nntriment. the corporate limits of Florence who 1
. . . . _
in Washoe valley, near Carson, Nev.,
A dispatch from Rome to the Pall
Professor Pratt turned the ray into the was liable to road tax has been in the street one night in Tacoma. Shadle the National Soldiers’ Hume, was of the movement is to try to effect a
a N e b r a s k a F lo o d .
and there is considerable excitement Mall Gazette. London, says the papal
Cannon in junction with the rebels in the Matop-
group of bacilli. The magic agency doubt
to whether he shonld work °.ffet8fa ™ward °* ♦600 <f * ,or con™ : adopted withont debate.
Moorefield, Neb , April 22.— Details
i t y ____
* - 1 ~ or the « o n of the murderers of his son and troduced a bill for the construction. po hills, and thus sever communica
nuncio at Madrid ^»as been instructed
was allowed to work two minutes. it out nnder the
the c city
| near Washington, of a ground map of tion to the southward. The road runs
Charles Voorhees, formerly a lay to propose the mediation of the pope to tion of the state on Saturday night The two physicians are risking their road supervisor appointed by the conn
professional reputation by the prophecy taalBOiirr.
the uncertainty of the
Idaho Mining Not*..
> the United States on the scale o f one through the Matoppo hills to the south
judge of Bergen county, N. J., and an bring about a settlement of the trouble
show that it did great damage. The
that not one of the foar_«r
^'8” °ation is as^perplexiug this jea r as
ex-member of congress, committed sui-
The t)a<ldy mine, at Murray, is said 1 inch to a mile. Mitchell of Qxegon of Buluwayo, and it is a difficult and
ceptance of President Cleveland's re-
ever he 'hie to recoveaww»
«vei l -
» . -w
cide in New York.
r~; ^ -*— gaYie notkv> that ■» Friday W g he dangerous one for 50 miles ficm hero,
Barlingteu t: Missouri, four miles west
tain 'o f ’ th» effect
owners Ji 'S siliiig fishwheels1 ing tho year 1895.
wouiJ ask to take np tne bill pe ision- at which distance the road reaches the
Five men were »ntilllT lujuitai t»/
of Fern am. The damkSS. tj'railroad
g e l i n o , a n d cv*x±rdœt.
A dispatch from Havana says: Three
rtf tVlPTTY j ^ .'...nfJOr J e t :., _ * ! « * * places the 1
of the Ind,an war8\ A1H' Maugwe pass. This angular and pre
explosion of fire damp during a fire in
property far exceeded any idea enter
in the river, and are catching some output of concentrates from The Ooeur
followed with a report <f tt.o sun- cipitous defile, it is felt, must be held.
the Red Ash vein of the Woodward prisoners of war, Gregorie Birges, Es- tained before the full effects of the ex other three.
taban Hernandez and Jose Pacallao,
fish, but so far the catch has been very d’ Alene mills at 10,000 tons per month. ! dry clvil aPProPriation biU and Baid he It is of such a character that it can be
mine in Wilkesbarre, Pa.
K o b b n l b y S e r v a n ts .
tent of the storm were realized.
. would seek to take it up at the earliest made imptegnable against the attaoka
light, owing, no donbt, to the low
were exeented at Cabana fortress. They
Where the g eatest damage oocurred,
The building of boats in Lewiston is day
i John Jonea, colored, aged 19, who belonged to the insurgent band com
London, April 20. — W illiam Dunlap, stage of the water. Stationary wheels
of native warriors. But for the same
committed an assault upon a 13-year- manded by Dr. Bruno Zayas, and were the track folk w s a deep ent, starting described as a valet, and William Tur are still high and dry and are doing assuming consideralbe
! reason, if allowed to get into the hands
old white girl near Mormon Springs, captured by the soldiers of Aarapiles’
ner, said to te footman, have been ar nothing, and w ill not nntil the water
| of the natives it would be extremely
Washington, April 18. — In the house difficult, and perhaps impossible, to
Miss , was hanged by a mob. Jones battalion daring the attack on Mana torrent of water came through the can rested here. They stated that they left has risen ten or fifteen feet.
the employ of a gentleman in New
F. A. Bauer of Elk City writes ad* Blue asked if Hull would allow the dislodge them with any foroeat present
confessed his crime.
The Corvallis Times confirms the
reached the point where the canyon in York recently.
In Dunlap's pockets
vising men and prospectors, who con vote on the résiliation to be dropped available. To leave th:s pass to the
A cable message from Cape Town,
report of a new flonriug m ill fur Mon
A number of the newspapers of Mad tersects the railroad track, the current
for ten days. This Hull declined to do. | enemy would effectually cut off the
South Africa, reports the killing of rid and elsewhere demand that the was diverted throngh the deep cut. the police found diamonds valued at roe. Orders for $600 worth of new template going into that oountry, to
The speaker decided also that a motion intercourse of Buluwsyo with the out-
three engineers near Bulnwayo. The elections in Cuba be annulled and ex- The railroad track, ties and roadbed $15,000, believed to have been stolen, machinery for the m ill have beeu wait a few weeks longer, as there is
to recommit would not be in order, the I side world. To hold the pass and to
names of two of the victims are given premier Sagasti intends to ask the were swept down the stream like so
placed in Portland. The m ill is to be
the couple revealed bracelets, eanngs,
fere with prospecting and inspection of vote having been ordered at three patrol the road between it and Bulu-
as Hammond and Palmer.
chamber of deputies to annul the Cuban mnch dirftwood. At the west end of
located on the farm of E. Maude, one
diamonds and ocher jewelry of great
I o'clock. Mahon’ s amendment to inves- I wayo,
felt to be
An explosion occurred in the colliery elections on the gronnd that the elec- the cut, the topography of the country value. There is no doubt that these and a half miles north of Monroe. It
changes abruptly, and instead of a men robbed the house of I. Townsend
at Wellington, S. C. Eight miners
rnled out, and the vote was taken on this plaoe, requires a large proportion
are known to have been killed, and it j prevailing, were not free to vote as deep cut, there is a fill of 75 feet high Barden, of New York, in December power, and the capacity to be fifty or done in the bills between Wallace and the Blue amendment to snbstitnte the
of the available force, less than a
is believed eighteen persons w ill lose they pleased.
and 200 feet long. The embankment last, of jewelry to the value of about sixty barrels per day. Work is to be Murray, and quite a number of the name of General Howard for that of
thonsand men, in Buluwayo.
gin in a short time.
claims have a toed showing of ore,
their lives through the disaster.
The London Daily Telegraph has a
General Franklin. On demand of Blue,
$60,000. The officials of the United
The threatened movement of the
says the Wallao*
tss. It is strange
States embassy have cabled Secretary
the rote was taken by ayes and nays, enemy npon the line of communication
A dispatch from Bnluwayo, South dispatch dated Buluwayo, via Pretoria,
that old prospector? ¿nould find any
Ulney to this effect, and have asked
and was rejected by 61 to 149. The perplexes the acihoritiee with the prob
Africa, says: The whole country is in which says: The enemy are maneuv
many pieces of lead, ana big drainage for extradition papers. Streeter, the week.
L. P. Maury, one of the satisfaction in leaving Idaho for Brit , resolution was then adopted without
the hands of rebellions natives, and ering and constructing laagers to pro
lem of bow far ' an they further denude
tiles, weighing 1000 pounds, were torn Bond street jeweler, called at the miners, while working, hit what he
division. Several minor bills were Bulawayo of ite lighting force to guard
they are moving in great force north vide for retreat and organized attack
ont of the ground in which they were United States embassy today in refer supposed to be a tree knot, which on when there is suen a good field here. passed, and at 4:46 the honse adjourned.
ward. It w ill require a large force of
the road. The lack of certainty as to
There is plenty of undeveloped ground
war has been held, and it has been originally buried 75 feet deep, and ence to the Burden jewels. He said examination, proved to be two sticks
troop« to dislodge them.
Washington, April 20.— The net re the whereabouts aud immediate des
the prisoners called on him last W ed
sult of five honrB' work on the private tination of the great mass of natives,
Chairman Aldace Walker, of the decided that the local forces are too of 400 yards.
why it shonld not be opened up.
nesday, and he saw that many of the fuse attached. It seems almost a won-
calendar in the honse today was the moving ao near the town, causes much
Atchison, in an inerview stated that weak to make further attacks upon the
The Standard Mining Company have passing of oar pension bills, one to dread and anxiety.
stones they wanted to sell had been der the charge did not explode, the
Judge Collier's decree in the foreclos Matabeles.
crews are at work on both ends of the
oap being slightly indented from the completed their new dam on the Can- pension the widow of Rear Admiral
ure case of the United States Trust
James E. Allsop, alias A. A. Austin, washout. Abont half a mile of the torn from their settings, while others focre of the blow of the pick— and a you creek. It is a
very substantial Foite, at $50 per month; the rejeciton
L o o k i n g fo r T r o u b le *
Company against the Atlantic & Pa who was arTested in Seattle by Detec roadbed has been washed away, but the were black with dirt. He told the serious accident happen. It is thought yon oreek. it
Waterloo, la., April 21.— Evangelist
cific railroad, was a preliminary step tive John Conrtney, of Minneapolis, on wrecking crews w ill construct a tem men he would have them cleaned and the charge was placed by the negroes, piece of work. Lumber is expected ( of a bill to retire a hospital steward as
toward the foreclosure sale of the line. the charge of murdering Lena Olsen on porary track for immediate nse. A ll make an offer on Thursday. Turner who previously worked the mine, and abont the end ” f the present week, a second lieutenant of cavalry, and the Howard is threatened by a mob on ao-
and when it arrives work w ill be re passing of a war claim of less than count of his wild remarks in the pul
The decree covers the property in New the shore of Lake Superior, near Du westbound trains are stopped at Curtis, and Dunlap Lift the jewels with who neglected to remove it.
sumed on the flume and pushed to $600. The latter was the first war pit. The local paper criticized the
Mexico, but no decree in Arizona has luth, in order to get possession of $450. and those eastbonnd stop at Eustia. Streeter, and the latter commanicated
The Long Creek Eagle says that completion as rapidly as possible. The claim brought before the house for evangelist, who retaliated by calling
yet been given. Similar proceedings committed suicide in the city jail at The danger to property of farmers in with the police.
Hugh Arbuckle recently fonnd the electric plant previously mentioned, to consideartion and naturally provoked the author of the article “ a black
w ill be taken in or' r sections of the Seattle, by hanging himself with a the valley cannot yet be ascertained.
New York, April 20.— Mr. Barden
skeleton of a human being in an alkali be used for the tramway at the Stand- a genearl debate on the policy of pay hearted liar.” A prominent lawyer,
company’ s territory.
piece of blanket.
stated to a reporter today that he had
No lives were lost, so far as known.
lick on the middle fork of the John ard mine, w ill transmit power a dis- j jng war ciaim9. It drew from Mahon, who endorsed the evangelist’s state-
received information from London that
In the smt of the London Times
The steamer Gaelio brings news that
T h e I n d ia n a a S u ccess.
Day, near the month of Granite creek, , tance of about six miles, and it w ill _______________
chairman of the ______________________
war claims committee! , ment, that "W aterloo is az rotten as
the men who had robbed his safe had UTLII^ 1
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against tha Central News, which fur- \ Admiral MoNear, in command of the
New York, April 22.— The battle
White looking after some Block, Mr. undoubtedly be one of the most com- W alker, McCall and Evans, eloquent hell,” has been hanged in effigy. The
nished dispatches to a news agency in j Asiatic squadron, is contemplating a ship Indiana, the biggest United States
Arbuckle was attracted to the lick by plete in the Coeur d'Alenea.
-■ payment - of * the
--------- >• - « flourished
-----■ • a revolver,
the United States, demanding the re- navaj demonstration in Chinese waters, warship, steamed from Hampton Roads he added, the departure of his family a peculiar formation caused by the |
turn of sums of money which had been Jhe fleet conBistillg 0f the Detroit, np the coast on Saturday, with the
incessant- licking of the animals and |
I that these claims shonld be paid or cause trouble. There is intense excite
M o n ta n a M in in g: N e w *.
paid by the Times to the Central News i O lym pic Charleston and Boston, w ill naval board of inspection. She has for some time, would take place tomor the aotion of the elements for years
The license law as passed by the abolished. Dockery eulogized Speaker ment in the tewn.
The most valuable piece of
for telegrams alleged to have beeu fab- | rendezVous at Shanghai during the appeared off the Highlands. This is row.
past What appeared to be a knee
ricated or nndnly expanded, the News gumn, eri and w ill sail north along the the Indiana’ s first visit to this port. jewelry stolen by the servants was a joint protruding above the surface, led late legislature of Montana has finally Crisp, and Sayers, the chairman of the
8tippo«e<1 t o B e H lh b e n .
i „ency submitted to a verdict im pos-! coasts of China and Japan.
diamond necklace worth abont $20,000. Arbuckle to vigorous efforts, and with been declared constitutional by the su appropriations committee in the last
The inspection board came aahore and
congress, paid a high tribute to Speak
Chicago, April 20.— The ticket agent
ing upon it nominal damages and
the aid of a pick and shovel what
T h e I’ RciHc C a b le .
at the Santa Fe depot reported to the
Undertakers of Chicago are inter- took the first train for Washington
costs, the Times withdrawing its
1 The_Miejtana Ore Purchasing Com er Reed.
Honolulu, Apr il 21.— Colonel Spauld proved to be the remains of a man
charges of fraud.
I ested in the propositions of an Indiana The board is to determine and report
Washington, April 22.— For the first police today that a man who anawera
on the advisability of having the tur in g’s friends here are not pleased with
While brooding over the idea that
manufacture glass coffins
$1 per share. This dividend ia at the time this session Speaker Reed was late the description of S. B. Hibben, of
rets on the new warships as they are the report of the senate committee of ing the fact that they most have lain
in arriving at the capitol. Clerk Me Los Angeles, who disappeared laat
h i. family would suffer from want, ° n » »»rge
erT?eW on the Indiana, the 8-inch guns over foreign relations on the cable bill, for many years in this alkali forma- rate of 48 per cent.
night, came to the depot laat evening.
John Lehman of Chicago shot and , ,if0 r 8? * Kimball the plate-glasa
An accident occurred at the Alice Dowell called the honse to order and He acted strangely and procured a sec
the bones were all w ell pre-
killed h u three children. After com- manufacturer .toted that the idea is the 13-inch guns or to place them as They take it for granted that the pres- [ tion-
mine last week that was s mewhat announced that a sneaker pro tem ond-class ticket for Passadena, Cal. A
they are on the Kearsarge and Ken- ent congress is to t disposed to aid the | served,
m ining this terrible deed, Lehman at- I entm^ P ^ G ca b le and hat boffin8
miraculous, iuasmnch that no one was would be elected. Hull was unani telegram was sent to the conductor of
Naval sharps claim that there company of which Spaulding is the
XV a fth ln g to n .
tempted to end his own life by hang- can be constructed m the cheaper tncky.
injnred. The ground beneath the ma mously elected. He had lieen seated
is a saving of weight in placing one head. The Hawaiian government al
There w ill be a one day teachers' in-1 chine shop suddenly dropped, leaving a but a few minutes when Reed ap the train.
ing, but, failing in this, he .nrned the 8 ™ 'es ,0,r U0‘ more than o0 cents 8 turret above another, but the firing of
lowed Spaulding 18 months in whioh stitnte in Whatoom, Saturday, May 2.
revolver upon himself, and sent a bul-j runu,ng foot,
hole about twelve feet deep and forty peared, and, amid much langhter,
the upper guns is liable to stnn the to lannch his scheme; the option w ill |
said: "T h e honse w ill be in order.” D r. P r ic e '» C r e a m B a t i n g Po w de r.
let through bis heart, killing himself
The officers of the Chartered South
George Lee is planting fruit trees in j feet in diameter.
men in the turret below. Two shots not expire for nearly one year, and in
World's Fair Highest Medal and D ptoma.
j Africa Company in London are persist
Althongh this was suspension day un
the meantime the hands of this govern
An assay office has been started np at der the rules. Cannon, chairman of the
! ently representing that the situation at
ment are practically tied. No proposi- ! valley,
Meager reports from the lower Brnle Baluway0 ia not as serious as repre
Melrose under the supervision of M. committee on appropriations, insisted
The opening of the reservation has D. Fleming, a well-known chemist of
agency in South Dakota, state that seated in non-official dispatches, and 8-inch guns aft, and experienced no tion can be entertained from any other
on proceeding with the general defici
company. If congress should refuse to | 8 'v&n quite an impulse to trade a t ' Butte. Mr. Fleming was in Bntte this
Handsome Elk, an Indian belonging to | that the town is not in any real dan bad effects.
ency bill. The honse went into com
Lieutenant-Commander Wm. Swift grant a subsidy to the New Jersey com- j Colville,
that agency, shot two Indian police ger. The chartered company announce
week and repons the mineral outlook mittee of the whole for its considera
who were trying to arrest him Indian that the officials of Buluwayo are con says that the Indiana has shown herself j pany, this government is assured that \ The directors of the Tekoa schools in th»t section as beiDg excellent.
tion. This is the last of the regular
Commissioner Browning and United fident that they can hold the town, and to be a very able fighting ship, and Spaulding w ill assign his contract and have teachers who now constitute the
O O worth of lovely Music for Forly
The Butte owners in the War Eagle appropriation bills.
States Marshal Peemiller have been that the town of Salisbury is also safe, that she was the finest sea-boat he was option to any company that might be i educational staff in that city,
Cents, consisting of 100 pages —^
full size Sheet Music of the
notified, and deputy marshals have and is organizing its defensive forces.
ever aboard. The battle ship w ill re- able to secure the desired aid. Cable j a burglar succeeded in making off
«7= latest, brightest, liveliest ajid most popular
Hartford City, Ind , April 21.— The
gone to the scene of the difficulty, j Deputy United States Marshal Sam
selections, both vocal and instrumental,
supporters here would he glad to have w i,h fa 80, taken from tho honse of
gotten up In the most elegant manner, In-
to be canlked and some repairs made to the New York and New Jersey com- Charles Gnstavers, a flour and feed Spokane a dividend of five oents per glassblowera of the Hartford City W in
More trouble is feared.
Vinson and Secret Officer Harris made
eluding four large size Portraits.
the Spanish Dancer,
The house committee on ways and a raid on a den of counterfeiters near
shaies of stock of that company, mak work this evening, because the blowers
PADEREWSKI, the Great PiawsU
Im p o rta n t G e o lo g ic a l Su rv ey .
means has decided to report favorably the Union Pacific depot, Spokane,
AD EU NA PATTI and
Six families of Hollanders were lo- ing $25,000.
bad been discharged iD violation af an ^ I
U IN H IE 8EUGM AN C U T T J M . ^
Washington, April 22.— Many im
the bill introduced by C. W. Stone, to ' Wash., and captured two. A complete
| cated in the Yakima valley last week.
I I D D R I M ALL O F D C M T O
agreement with their anion.
E x -C o n s u l W a l l e r in W a s h i n g t o n .
repeal that section of the Wilson act plant for the making of half-dollars portant papers of an economic nature
Another party of these people is ex-
MUSICAL ECHO CC. E 2
hundred men were thrown out of work.
which gives free alcohol for the use in was fonnd, with about thirty of bogus
epeted there in July.
Broadway Theatre Bldg., New York City.
the main office in Boston of $2.00 per
CANVASSERS W ANTED.
arts and manufactures. The internal coins. They are splendid imitations, nual report of the geological survey States Consul Waller was at the state
Seattle now has a law library asso- share. This dividend is payable on Or P ric e ’» C r e a m Ba a in g Po w de r. ^
revenue officials acknowledge their in- and have been in circulation freely in year. These relate mainly to geology depaitment today in company with 1 (nation. Nearly all of the attorneys—
W o r ld '» F a ir High e st A w a rd .
May 20. This makes a total of $4,-
and water supply problems, and are a l l ! Paul Bray, his stepson.
He had a |
ability to carry out the provisions of saloons and sporting resorts,
over 300— have subscribed and prom- 025,000 np to date.
the law. Great frauds are said to be j ,f b e national arbitration conference written by authors of national reputa- short interview with Assistant Secre - ised hearty support.
possible under the .aw, a a l many w i)[ bold g two days’ session in Wash tion. The report comprises the follow - tary Adee and another with Chief
It is understood tbat the Montana
Judge Pritchard of Pierce county.
large claims have piled up against the inton D c during the coming week, ing: Geology and mining industries Chifton, of the consulate bureau. He
road w ill be built and completed dar
C U PID ENE**
j Be(Ween 30 0 and 400 written accept
ing the coming summer. It is said it
a geological reconnaissance across Ida course of lectures ou Madagascar.
Thl* great Vegetable
i 1D* ton i8 a mere lien nPon the “ battels,
Austin Abbott, LL. D , died at his aDCe8 of the invitations to attend the
ho; the geology of the road-building
tion of a fa nout l rench physician, whi quickly cuie you of all ner
late residence, 16 East Fifty-first street, conference have been received from
15- Beginning with A pril 1 the em
vous or rtisr-ast-s of th.* generative e m u s , such as /.oet Manh'od.
M o r e T im e fo r D u r r a n t.
| the goods mortgaged.
stones of Massachusetts, with some
.A m J i
Tains In th»*
l K mission*. Xervr. m rw»tutf$v,
New York city, alter an illness of ten goveruors of states, jugdes, publicists,
consideration of similar materials from
Ccnstluatlon. 1 1 steps m 1 I o « w ? m bv day-or nkrht Prevents qot^k-
lawyers, leading business men, minis
other parts of the United States; eco- Murphy today granted another stay of tbe Centralia Water Works Copmany
n ns of discharge, which If rotcheckerl leads to Spermatorrhoea and
A postoffioe has been established at ters-of religion, philanthropists, educa nomio geology of the Mercur mining execution in the Durrant case,this time so as to fund the present indebtedness completion as rapidly aa possible,
all the horrors of Impot*ncj\ « l ' P I D t: * E Heaiuies tbe liver, ti*
B E F O R E a n d A F T E R kidneys
and the urinary orcaes of feii impurities.
Chase, in Yamhill county. Or. W il
f l 'P I D E X E strength
r.nd restores small weuk organs.
district of Utah; the public lands and until May 7. A ll parties are n o t ' and secure money to extend the plant
T ie r• ason sufferers .•••»* not cn.-ed by i -<w*rors 1« bee»use ninety p*r e*nt are troubled wftb
Castle not later than the 15th of June.
liam O. Chase is the postmaster and They represent in all thirty-eight their water supply; water resources of
remedr to cure without an operabon. Shuo
agreed npon the proposed amendments and build a power-house,
thb office is a special one from McMinn s t a t e s . __________________
ala. A written sn; mntee given and money returned if six boxes does not «ffoct - pormanset cur%
a portion of the great plains. The bnlk to the bill of exception:, and conse- j John Cleman last week moved 10,-
$L0Oa box, six f r $¿03, by malL Bend for r a x ic circular and testi m oo iais.
— Our trials do not weaken ns. They of the report w ill be delivered to oon- qnently that document it not ready for 000 head of sheep from the Columbia yon w ill never know what the true
Address D A V o L M E D I C I « L C O ., P. O. Lux 2,7*. *aa ira . .«seo. Cal F y r i n u * f
gr l ««.
J. A. BENSON, Agent.
The young ladle*’ club of the nniver- only show us we are weak.
! river bottoms to bis ranch is the meaning of life ia.
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