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P H E N O M E N A L PR OPOSITIONS
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CAPITAL AND ENTERPRISE
'HE RA IL R O A D G A T E W A Y
.BOHEMIA GOLD MINES
COTTAGE GROVE, LANE COUNTY. OREGON. SATURDAY. MAY 2. 18%.
C O TT A G E
ed, caused by a log jam, and the em
EXPULSION OF KNAPP
ployes barely escaped. The camp with
its equipment and provisions was
Devoted to the Best Interests swept away. Many farmers in the
of Cottage Grove, Lemati and Menominee valley have been driven T U R K I S H G O V E R N M E N T W E N T
from home, and have suffered great
B ACK O N I T S P R O M I S E S .
Bohemia Gold Mining District.
logs in stock and oropa. One hundred
men are guarding the log booms at
varions points on the river. The back .H ia siotiary W a g I m p r is o n e d a t A le x -
L E A D E R BU ILDIN G
water in this city has driven sewage
a n d r e t t a , b u t W h e n a B a t t le s h ip
into the city water mains, and 50 cases
W a s S e n t f o r , W a s R e le a s e d —T o B e
of typhoid fever have resulted.
T h o r o u g h l y I n v e s t ig a t e d .
G RO VE
NEIGHBORING TOWNS S ’S
' J ' i S Í Í a Í íuo *
CONGRESSIONAL N E W S ’
It is claimed that over 1,000 head of
t h e S ta te .
cattle have been bought by Montana
PROGRESS AND D O IN G S OF THE
R O U T IN E W O R K O F T H E F IF T Y -
stockmen from Big Bend farmers, for
Kansas City, April 28.— A special to
P A C IF I C N O R T H W E S T .
F O U R T H S E S S IO N .
the Times from Topeka says five per
It is proposed to bnild a small steam
sons at least were killed outright, three
were fatally and seventeen seriously in A B u d g e t o f I n t e r e s t i n g a n d S p ic y er to ply np and down the Cowlitz
river daily to bring the milk to a S u b s t a n c e o f t h e B il l s a n d R e s o lu t io n »
jured, and great destruction of prop
N e w s F r o m A l l t h e C itie s a n d T o w n s
I u t r o d u c e d in t h e S e n a te a n d H o u s e
creamery, to he established at Castle
erty was wrought, by a cyclone which
o n t h e C o a s t —T h r if t a n d I n d u s t r y Rock.
—C o n d e n s e d R e c o r d o f t h e D o i n g s o f
passed over Clay county last nigh t
in E v e r y Q u a r te r —O r e g o n .
t h e N a tio n a l L a w m a k e r s —S e n a te .
The names of Bender and Barnes,
The dead are:
Eastern Oregon hills w ill rejoioe in two stations on the line of the North
There was a large increase in Berlin
A pril 24.— The senate
Constantinople, April 29.— Rev. Mrs. Ole Halverson, and a grandchild a fine ccrp of bnncbgrass this year, ern Pacific, below Prosser, have been
E d i t o r a n d B u s i n e s s M a n a g e r during the past week of deHths from
today disposed of the sectarian school
George P. Knapp, the American mis of Peter Anderson.
owing to abundant moisture.
influenza and pnenmonia.
question by adopting a compromise
sionary who was expelled from Bitlis
The injured belong to the families of
Bids are being received by the sisters
framed by Senator Cockrell, of Mis
Russia has ordered seven ironclads by the Turkish authorities without
R a t e » o f S u b s c r ip t i o n .
A salmon tront weighing eight
The Indian bill, as it came
and ten cruisers for her Pacific fleet, in trisl, on the charge of having incited John Morris, F. W elkin, Peter Ander of Joseph’ s academy, Pendleton, for an
pounds and six onnees was caught in
ONB YEAH......................................................« 2 OO
addition to the school, which w ill cost
from the house, provided that "n o is S im m o n s L iver R e g u l a t o r —don’t
view of Japan’s extensive naval prep the Armenians to rebel against Turk son and H. Gardner.
the Walla Walla river by W illiam
t J G " These rates are strictly in advance.
money herien appropriated shall be forget to take it The Liver gets sluggish
Subscribers wishing a change in their arations.
ish rule, was surrendered to the from the Northwest this afternoon some $7,000.
Oswald, with a No. 15 fly hook, says
p -stofflce address should give their old as well
paid for education in sectarian schools. ’ ’ during the Winter, just like all nature,
Klamath oounty owes in warrants the Union.
The conference for international ar United States consul at Alexandretta. brought partial details of the cyclone.
at? new address.
This provision is struck out by the and the system becomes choked up by
The K cho -I . xadkk w ill be sent to subscribers bitration held in Washington, which Details of the affair which reached
and interest $78,737.41. The resources,
It started about six miles south of C lif
un til all arrears are paid and paper ordered to
Cockrell amendment, as adopted, and the accumulated waste, which brings on
oounty, is getting out ties for the rail
be discontinued according to law.
ton and went in a northeasterly direc
it is declared to be the settled policy Malaria, Fever and Ague and Rheuma
Any subscriber nor*receiving his paper jnst closed.
nntil the United States warship had tion for twelve or fifteen miles, then assets, are $18,540.20.
way extension, to be made this season
tism. You want to wake up your Liver
regularly will please notify this office im m e
The annual convention of Benton by the Shelton Southwestern & Penin-
- ,• ^ .
en . ma ® n<? aPPro' now. but be sure you take SIMMONS
The battleship Massachusetts made been telegraphed for.
lost its force by spreading. It passed
We invite short articles of general in 16.15 knots on her trial trip in Boston
Knapp w ill probably, by the advice about half way between Clifton and county’ s Sunday school association sular road.
te re s t-lo n g ones, as a ru le, not published. All
July 1, 1898. thus giving two years for j regulates the Liver—keeps°it'properly at
The section known as the Grouse
articles must be accom panied by the nam e of harbor, and her bnilders win a bonus of the United States representatives, Morganville.
Its track varied from meets at Corvallis, May 5 and 6. Mrs.
the abandonment of sectarian schools, work, when your system will be free from
the writer, not for p ublication, but as evidence
come to this city and have his conduct 150 yards to a quarter of a mile in J. M. Bloss is president
( ’reek oounty is becoming settled np
of good faith. We assume no responsibility for of $100,000.
instead of an immediate abandonment. poison and the whole body invigorated.
the op in ion s of eorresi*>ndents.
width. It tore through a farming com
A crap game on Grant avenue in
A hnman skeleton wai unearthed in
You get T H E H E S T B L O O D when
The amendment was adopted by the de-
Entered at the postoffice at Cottage Grove as
munity and left nothing standing. an alkali lick on the miadle fork of the engage in the stock industry, says the oisive vote of 88 to 24. The Indian . your system is in A1 condition, and thac
San Farncisco was held up by two men.
second class matter.
Houses and barns were wrecked, trees John Day river last week. It ia sup Asotin Senitael.
About $150 was taken.
bill was not completed when the senate will only be when the Liver is kept active.
A d v e r t i s i n g K a t e s M a d e K n o w n on A p -
expelled from Biltis about a month torn up or broken, fences leveled and posed to be that of an Indian.
The Waitsburg fire department has adjourned. During the day a bill was Try a Liver Remedy once and note the
captured by the police soon after.
p l ic a t i o n .
But take only SIMMONS
ago, in spite of the agreement reached haystacks blown in every direction.
Miss Laura White created a senia-
The state university is rejoioed over ordered a racing cart for the tourna passed providing for government regu L iver r e g u l a t o r — it is S im m o n s
between United States Minister Terre'l The cyclone was followed by a terrific
the fact that four of the Multnomah ment of the Eaatern Oregon and Wash- lation of excursion fleets attending re L iver R e g u lat o r which makes the
tion in Ardmore, 1. T ., by publicly
and the Turkish government (after the ra.n storm, which lasted several hours,
county nominees for representatives are j ' nKt0U Firemen’ s Association, to be gattas; also a resolntion calling for in- difference. Take it in powder or in liquid
horsewhipping Professor Linn, a drug
charges agaiust Mr. Knapp had been flooding the devastated district.
already prepared, or make a tea of the
gradnates from that institution.
held iu Pendleton. It is ball-bearing formation as to the arrest of Bishop
gist, because he had charged her with
U M B E R LA N D PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—
The cyclone took the people un
powder; buttakeSiMMONs liv e r r e g u
) Sunday sch ool, 10 a . m . Preaching, 11 a . m . theft.
ary should not leave his post until awares. There had been indications of
l a t o r . You’ll find the RED Z on every
and 7 p . m ., first and third Sunday in each
April 1 or nntil the roads were tolera a heavy rain all day, with local
package. Look for it.
m outh. Prayer m eeting, each Wednesday at
fire alarm system and of pnrohasing by Hays logging camp at Belfast, What- nor bills were passed at the opening of
8 p . m . (*' We are journeying unto a place of has decided against the campaign in bly free from snow, in order that he
H. Zellin & Co., PlUUdelptJ*« **».
showers, but nobody expected a storm.
w h ich the lx>rd said, I w ill give it y ou ; com e Abyssinia in the autumn,
on the might be able to take his family with
subscription a chemical engine.
thou with us and we w ill do thee good
So far as learned, the viotims were in
ground that such a course would be him.
Numb. 10 29.
R e v . C. A. WOOLBY, Pastor.
Sheep-shearing in the southern part railroad, in which a man whose name the Indian appropriation bill Call asked
FIGHT N EA R B U L U W A Y O .
their honses, and most of them bad re
f o r an agreement by which the senate
disastrous to Italy.
of Wasco connty has begun in real was Whitney was killed.
As it was the missionary was com tired.
/T H E IST ! AN C H U R C H -SE R V IC E S AT l i A.
Judge Pritchard, of the superior would take up his resolution directing B r itis h S u ffe r D e fe a t a t t h e H a n d s
It is said in Washington that there pelled to leave Bitlis before the time
l y m . an i 8 p. M. Sunday school at 10 a . m .
A large number of cattle and horses earnest, and in a short time the wool
Y. P. S. C. E., each Sunday at 4 p . m . M idweek is a strong possibility that the dele agreed npon and without his family.
oourt of Pierce county, holds that a the president to dispatch a naval force
t h e M a t a b e le s .
were killed. The fruit in the storm’ s crop of 1896 w ill 'regin arriving in The
prayer and praise services, W ednesday evening
chattel mortgage in Washington is a to Cnba for the protection of American
at 7 o ’clock . Musical reheart-al, each Saturday gates from territories who have state When he reached Diarbekir, in cus path was ruined. Heart rending tales Dalles.
Cape Town, April 27.— Telegraphic
even ing at 7 o c ’ lock.
hood bills in charge w ill not attempt tody, the news was telegraphed here, of suffering are told by all persons who
Plaoer mining has been commenced mere lien npon the chattels, and does interests, but on appeals not to inter - communication with Bulawayo was
to secure congressional action nntil the and the Turkish government positively visited the scene of tha storm. Many all over Eastern Oregon. This promises not affect the ownership of the goods rupt the Indian bill he withdrew, stat- reopened for a short time today, after
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
ing that he wonld oall up his resolu which there was another break. W hile
at 10 a . m . Preaching each fourth Sunday next session.
asserted that Mr. Knapp was the of the injured lay all night pinned to be a very prosperous season for this mortgaged.
m orning and evening. Prayer m eeting, every
Adjutant-General Boutelle has re- tion later. The Indian bill was then the wire was working dispatches were
A serions conflict between Christians “ guest of the vali of that place and not down by wreckage or paralzyed in the industry, owing to the abundance of
Thursday night. •* The Lord is In His holy tem
voked the appointment of Captain C. taken up, the question being on Platt’ s reoeived from several sources in the
R e v . M. O. B RIN K, Pastor.
and Turks has occurred at Episkopi, a prisoner.” It is now stated that the mnd, while others crawled or hobbled free water.
The Fossil Journal says divorces are
killings, . Company G, N. G. W ., amendment extending the services of beseiged town. The news is somewhat
a prisoner across the country to the houses of
Island of Crete. There were two days’ missionary has
Tacoma, owing to his failure to file the Dawes committee, with a view to conflicting, but the main fact seems
fighting, and fifty persons were killed throughout his journey to the coast, neighbors. In several instances people more numerous than marriages in Gil-
Five divorces were an aooePtable bond. Lieutenant Stew- the making of a roll of the Cherokee well established that a Britsb foroe
and wonnded. The Cretans have ap and that the vali of Aleppo detained were lifted into the air by the oyclone liam oounty.
and kindred nations. The committee while on a sortie encountered large
him at that place five days, while mak-. and carried for a distance, and then granted at the session of circuit court art was made captain,
pealed to Greece for aid.
On March 1 the city of Tacoma had is given directions toward terminating numbers of Matabeles, killed perhaps
Buildings were in one week.
In Houghton, Mich., sixty trammers ing fntile efforts to make him sign an suddenly dropped.
The 9-year-old son of Mr. Roberts, oat8tanding general fund warrants the tribal relations of the Indians and 1,000, were at one time in danger of
« P I T O M E O F T H E T E L E G R A P H I C have struck in (Rainey mine to enforce agreement not to return to BHlis. Mr. lifted up and then hurled to the
Grant’s Pass, fell thirty feet from a amountln8 t0 $896,118.27. Funding dividing their lands in severalty. The annihilation, and finally retreated.
a demand for higher wages. The mine
N E W S OF T H E W O R L D .
top and struck his head on a rotten bonds to the amount of $350,000, added debate was protracted. The Indian ap
The official version of the sortie says
is still in operation, but the trouble
The boy was unoouscious twelve to this, left the city in debt $32,878.82 propriation bill, as thus amended, was that Ithe British foroe, shortly after
w ill probably extend to the miners of had committed no crime and had in no
then passed. At 6 o'clock the senate midnight, was quietly oalled to arms,
over the legal limit.
way broken the laws of the country,
honrs, but w ill recover.
the Quincy and other mines.
L A I D L O W BY F L A M E S .
went into executive session, and soon and without apparently alarming the
it I n t e r e s t in g C o l l e c t i o n o f I t e m s V io m
and that the charges brought against
In Glasgow, Scotland, the steamer him were entirely unfounded. He also
th e T w o H e m is p h e r e s P r e s e n t e d in n
native part of the town, a force of 800
Marsden collided with the British bark distinctly gave the vali to understand C r ip p le C r e e k , C o lo r a d o , N e a r ly D e - received daily at the warehouses in The
Washington, A pril 27.— The move men, nnder command of Captains Na
C o n d e n s e d F o r m —A L a r g e A m o u n t
Dalles. It is part of last year’s crop
Firth of Solway, near Kish lightship, that he intended to protest to the
o f I n fo r m a t io n In a S m a ll S p a c e .
of which is H. M. Lillis. Work on ment for international arbitration was pier and Dnncan, with one Maxim gun
causing the latter ta sink. Thirteen United States government against his
Cripple Creek, Colo , April 28. — An that was held by the farmers who were
the m ill is to be commenced in thirty referred to in the prayer of Rev. Hugh and a Hotckiss quick-firing gun, mas
Captain-General Weyler has decided
expulsion from Bitlis, and his treat angry courtesan threw a lamp at her
“ Let tered outside the barbed wire defenoes.
days. The capacity of the mill w ill bs Johnson, in the senate today:
Trains running through Pendleton
to release R ot . Alberto Diaz and his
ment in general, and to hold the Turk lover at 1 o ’clock today, and $1,000,000
the armies be disbanded; let the world There they were served with a ration
80,000 feet of lumber per day.
brother Alfred from oustody, on con
The London Chronicle has a dis ish authorities responsible for the safe worth of property was destroyed in have been swarming lately with hobos
be at peace,” he invoked. The sundry of rum and saddled for a dash at the
Secretary Robinson, of the horticu
The lamp hit the stove, and large numbers have been stopping
dition that they w ill leave Cuba imme patch from Brussels, which savs that ty of his family.
civil bill was taken np. A t 2 o ’clock enemy’s lines. Swords and all clatter
the Baroness Herri, a lady 80 years
When the vali saw it was useless to
clerks of the districts adjacent to Lake the bond resolution was laid before ing accoutrements were deadened with
In a few minutes, the good-sized populations each night.
old, was strangled, her body mutilated continne his attempts to get Mr. Knapp furniture.
The trial of Scott Jackson for the
Chelan, while taking the census of the senate, and Peffer, its author, pro cloth, and the feet of the horses, com
and her house robbed at Ixells, a fash to sign the agreement mentioned the building was in flames. This was
A. S. Bassett died at the home of his
posed modifications to meet the criti posing the advance-gnard, were “ bag
murder of Pearl Bryan has commenced
The murderer es missionary was allowed to proceed, Gough's dance hall, on Myers avenue, son, near Halsey, in Linn oounty, at their respective districts, also take cisms in the reoent speech of Hill. A
ged” (hoofs covered with strong Back
at Newport. The speed made in seour-
In a very short the age of 72. Mr. Bassett was a pion
still treated as a prisoner, to Alexan near Third street.
in” a jury astonished the court and the caped.
have been planted,
number Venezuela debate came up when the ing).
eer of 1851, coming to Oregon from
item of the Bundry civil bill was
Owing to the precautions it was
The treasury deficit for the fiscal year dretta.
connsel on both sides.
| bearing, etc.
Mr. Riddle, during the past few* caught despite the efforts of the fire de New York state. He left a widow and
reached, aothorizing the Venezuela necessary to take, there was consider
ending June 30, 1896, w ill be approxi
Estrada Pglma, president of the Cu matair tsa .eoo 000. This is the opin- ( daya. ,it ia understood, has been in corn partment. It soon became evident that several children,
Id a h o .
commission to pay rept for it» quar able delay in getting off, and
ban junta, issued an address to the pqo- ice ->! officials unrt others beat qua-.iRal munuation with Washington regard- the conflagration wry» to be a big on it,
Robert' Harris^ a prum nf«11 notf^ » The Golden Winnie, near Murray, ters out of me plu.uuU) apppropriated streaks of gray on the horizon oould be
|>u> o ,
A j u U u i k c d U t e t u a . i n w h i ° k YltJ
to make an intelligent estimate of the 1D8 the case of Mr. Knapp, and it is
Indian, is at tEe C h e m a ~ ~ ~ —n has one of the most oomplete m illing for its expenses. Gorman suggested seen when the column arrived within
declares that the introduction now of
result of the fiscal operations of the believed that a most searching inquiry an area.
school from Alaska. He says many plants in the state. It has given splen that legislation was in order. In great striking distance of the enemy. The
reforms in Cuba by the Spanish gov
One million dollars is a conservative
1 w ill be made into all the circnm-
haste and a great emergency, congress latter were quietly ramped behind
Indian ohildren in the territory are did satisfaction from the first day.
ernment w ill have no effect upon the year.
stances attending the expulsion of the estimate of the damage done by fire anxious to come to the school, and he
had appropriated $100,000, at the sug their stone-topped earthworks, about
The Daddy mine has laid off
this afternoon, though some estimates
w ill probably be able to make arrange- shift in order that development work gestion of the president, for the pur four miles from Buluwayo. But, con
of finance, Senor Juan Navarro, has no
The Rome Tribuna,commenting upon tified the cabinet of the necessity of re der that no doubt shall remain as to
ments for their doing so.
may prooeed. This w ill only last a pose, as was supposed, of preventing a trary to expectations, the Matabeles
the ruptnre of the peace negotiations lief measures on account of the pro who is to blame in the matter, and in of insurance, as nearly as can be ar
few days, when a full force w ill war. But now it appeared that the had thrown out pickets, which al
between Abyssinia and Italy, violently longed drought, which has caused a order to establish a precedent which rived at, w ill not exceed $250,000.
again be employed. The oompany is legislation was not effective in geting though surprised by the advance-
attaoks the government, declaring the rapid rise in the pric« of cereals, also may serve as a guide, should farther
quarters for the commission.
guard, raised the alarm. This was no
by 4 o ’ clock it bad demolished the j . * their little boy laBt week under making arrangements to add a battery
and similar occurrences be reported.
ministers to be responsible for the “ dis injuring livestock.
sooner done than the troopers in ad
blocks between Third and Fifth on I distressing circumstar.ces. The little
H om e.
honor suffered by Italy through King
vance charged and shot down many of
fellow had eaten a w ild parsnip which | The miners of Florence district in
Menelek’ s attitude.’ ’
the fleeing natives.
formed in New York. A piominent
Bennet, stopping just this side of the he found in that vicinity, and only mass meeting assembled decided unan- Alabama district was not represented
The schooner Prosper.Captain Hulm, member says the trust w ill cut the
lived a few honrs thereafter.
im ously npon the location o f a new
B R A D S T R E E T ’S R E P O R T .
G ia n t P o w d e r In T r e a d w e l l M a g a z in e new Midland depot and warehouse,
i the house last night. Cobb bad been
returned to San Francisco to have a price of high-grade wheels from $100
and between Third and Fifth on Carr,
P rop erty .
The late rains have swollen Coos tow n to be situated a quarter o f a m ile unseated, but the seating of bis contest
leak repaired. She started for Cook's to about $65, eliminating jobbers'
A B e t t e r F e e l i n g P r e v a l e n t In T r a d e
south o f the old tow n o f F lorenoe on
ant went over until today,when the re
Port Townsend, Wash., April 29.— with the exception of a few buildings river to a higher mark than for years
C en ters.
inlet on April 6 with a number of gold profits and advertising expenses, and
Sum m it F lat, says the O rangeville port was adopted, 144 to 55, and Good
The steamer A l-K i arrived tonight from
- hunters, and was about 800 miles up w ill make money at that.
. __ . | Free Press. T he new tow n is to be
Juneau and Sitka, with forty passen
the ooast when a leak was sprung for
The feeling is
on Eaton were destroyed. Many peo several feet, bnt very little
Cockrell, a bill was passed to organize trade review says:
ward, on the evening of April 17.
reported. If the rain keeps on though I John Kent, who left Clark oounty the territory heretofore known as Greer more hopeful at many trade centers,
tee on claims, has reported the amend ' papers brought down it is learned that ple lost everything they had.
The people tl < \ affected have offered it is feared it w ill oanse a destructive about twe years ago for Johannesburg, oounty, Texas (decided by the supreme owing to continued improvement of
A dispatch from Ottawa to the Lon ment to the sundry civil appropriation four tons of giant powder exploded in
South Africa, writes to his brother. court to be a part of Oklahoma), as demand in retail lines, better weather,
Sir Mackensie bill for the payment of the French the magazine property of the Tread- shelter to the homeless, of whioh there flood.
several hundred. The First Na-
Bowell, the premier, has announced the spoliation claims, which have been al | well Mining Company at 1 o'clock on
W. R. Cunnington and A. 8. Rine, Amandus Kent, that he was quite seri- Greer connty, Oklahoma.
By an general favorable crop prospects, and
resignation of the ministers w ill be lowed by the court of claims. It car the morning of April 16. As only tional bank was doing business in an of Fremont, Neb., have been for thé on81y hurt by an explosion whioh oo- amendment adopted, the present connty the activity whioh naturally follows
nanded in in a lew days, 't is expected ries an appropriation of $1,020,000.
| Nightwatchman W illiam Cata was other part of town while its building past week engaged in buying a band of °urr®d at that place February 17, when officers were confirmed in their tenure distribution of implements and farm
supplies and attendant activity. Mors
Sir Charles Topper w ill be the new
A mob of armed men, about fifteen there, he alone was killed. One of the was burning. The burnt district is to something over 6,000 2 and 8-year-old Bixty tons of dynamite on a tourist oar until the election in November next.
be rebuilt at once with brick and stone. wethers in Grant connty, to be driven exploded, killing about 400 people. Mr. Pickier, chairman of the committee on favorable reports come form commer
in number, entered the jail at McMinn
It is thought the fire was the work of to Nebraska and fed next winter on Kent was standing about 300 feet from invalid pensions, then called np his cial travelers, representing Pittsburg,
An official dispatch from Batavia ville, Tenn., dragged the jailer from
“ A visit to the spot in the morning,
general pension bilL Pickier took the St. Louis, Kansas City, Omaha and
says the endangered post in Achin his bed and forced aim to give up the as soon as it became light, disclosed a incendiaries and for the purpose of corn grown on Mr. R ine’s 1280-acre the scene of the explosion.
Milwaukee houses. Moderate improve
territory has been relieved, after a keys. W illiam and Victor Hollis were hole in the ground twelve or fifteen robbery. Several suspects have been farm, to prepare then for the Chicago
Shoshone county has added $100,- floor and made an extended speech in
market next spring. The prioes paid 000,000 to the mineral wealth of the support of the measure. A t the con ment is shown at a few other Western
fight with the rebels under Toekod- taken from the jail, carried on horse feet deep, fifteen feet wide and about arrested.
centers, but at most of the larger dis
were from $1.50 to $1.60 per head.
johan, who lost 70 killed and had 200 back five miles from McMinnville and twice as long. The snow for a space
world in the thirty-five years of its clusion of his remarks the house, at
STA TU E OF GRANT.
tributing points throughout the coun
wounded. The Dutch loss was yne hanged.
| of forty acres in extent, was strewn
Since January 17 last, the treasurer history, and great as that sum is it
try, the movement of merchandise on
officer wounded and 83 iio.diers killed
Washington, April 25.— The house
A Louisville & Nashville fruit train witb tma11 Pieces °* wood, not one U n v e ile d a t B r o o k l y n , W i t h I m p r e s s iv e of Benton connty has received from the w ill be more than equalled in the next
the whole shows no material change.
sheriff in taxes, including the anm ten years, while the sneoeeding decade today, on motion of Talbert, unanim
and the Evansville & Terre Haute pas- j Plece of ™h,ch conld be f°ond larger
At almost all cities mercantile collec
C e r e m o n ie s .
Baron von Hammerstein, the former
tions are slow, remaining relatively the
editor of Beuz Zeitung, Berlin, and
most unfavorsble feature of the week,
The cattle men between Cheney and
leader of the conservative party, was
even where the tendency in other direc
Cow creek, two weeks ago, formed
sentenced to three years penal servi Covington, an engineer, and F. R. I oprooted and tossed downhill. A huge
tions is toward improvement.
tude, to be deprived of civil right for Thompson, a brakeman, were seriously bank of snow lying at the back of the The bronze statue, which is the work Sheriff Osburn, and which had been protective association and waited on ation of the Piokler general pension
Exports of wheat, flour included,
| bouse was shoved up the h ill en masse of W. Ordway Partridge, is oolossal, turned in on taxes on the 1895 roll, the owners of sheep who were herding bill was resumed, and McClellan spoke
five years and pay 1,500,000 marks. injured
from both coasts of the United States
The charges against him were forgery,
this week, are the smallest sinoe the
turers of wire and out nails have closed , three feet in diameter, situated a short where it rests on the granite pedestal $776.64 waB in city warrants.
move their flocks below a certain line ed to be a republican sop to the sena third week in July, 1895, and with
• fraud and breach of trust.
a three days’ conference in Chicago. [ dBtance aw ay,w -s split in twain. The to the top of the bat, fifteen feet and
The Corvallis Times says that the jig The sheepmen have declared that they
that exception, the smallest of any
tion and pension laws by the present
The house committee on military In consequence of the rise in the steel to06*1 diligent s arch for particles of eight inches. The pedstal is sixteen
is np with the old steamer Three Sis w ill not be driven off the range, and
week during the past six years, amount
affairs have decided to reports resolu market, it was decided to raise the , *be remains of t. o unfortunate man re-
ters. Daring the late high water she they are also organizing and w ill resist
ing to only 1,286,000 bushels; com
tion authorizing the sepaker to appoint pr.ee of both wire and cut nails 15 stated in finding ae eye, a piece of the statue is thirty-one feet eight inches.
was towed out on the river bank below I with arms any attempt to put them off. jority oould do for the old soldier, he pared with 2,017,000 bushels last week,
The dedication today was made the
said, was to bring in this bill, which
a committee of five members to investi cents per hnndred weight, to take
with sikn and hair attached, the
Corvallis, and she is to be dismantled.
2,431,000 bushels in the week one year
M o n ta n a .
is reported to pnt npon the pension
gate the charges of mismanagement cf effect May 1.
i size °* 8 half dollai.and a piece of skin occasion of a splendid military pageant,
Her hull had become so decayed and i The Etta Mining Company composed
ago, 2,727,000 bushels two years ago,
' abont as large as tbe palm of a m a i ' 10,000 soldiers of the United States . . . . . .
rolls the names of bounty jumpers and
the soldiers’ home at Leavenworth,
Senator McBride has secured a pro
and with 2,507,000 bushels in the cor
leaky that the company decided that of Portland meDi and nnder u ,e man.
men who had deserted from the ranks
army, the National Guard of New
Kan., made by Representative Blue of vision appropriating $50,000 for con hand.
responding week of 1893.
tinuing the work at the Cascades, $20,-
work of taking out her machinery and some valuable claims near Radersburg.
There are 240 husiness failurea re
island, three miles across the bay from
Washington, April 27.— This was ported throughout the United States
A movement is on foot in Chicago 000 of which shall be used for extend Juneau, but in the latter city many navy-yard being in line. The Grand other nsefnl parts w ill be com Part of the work laid out for immedi-
Army of the Repnblio was largely
for the purpose of crystallising public ing the walls of the lock, so that it may
menced in a few days. The Sisters was ate construction is a 700-foot tnnnel
this Vffek, compared with 244 last
windows were broken by the shock.
When the procession
opinion against an exclusive arbitra be opened for commerce. The appro
built by the O. D. Co. in the year 1887. running from Keating gnlch which sent bills were passed empowering the week, 233 in the corresponding week
oity of Tuscon, A T., to issue bonds to one year ago, 201 two years ago, and
tion treaty with Great Britain. The priation is intended to secure the build
J a i l e d f o r B ig a m y »
Little Banna Knox, so badly burned w ill tap the main shaft the 200-foot
ton and Btaff, who were in waiting,
the amount of $100,000 for the con as contrasted with 186 in the like
measure is being vigorously pushed by ing of another lock.
Ironton, O , April 27.— Harvey G were loudly cheered.
After the recently in Gilliam connty that skin- level.
struction of a water and sewer system, week in 1893.
many prominent citizens who desire
The crop bulletin for the northern Salter, alias Frank
was bands had played the "Coronation grafting had to be resorted to, is doing
Considerable excitement was caused and to authorize the return, free of
that arbitration treaties shall be mad« part of Idaho indicates that in a general brought here from Portsmouth and
March” and other American national
in Great Falls over the arrival of a duty, of articles exported for exhibition 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 .
with every nation, instead of England way the wheat crop w ill be late, and jailed for bigamy. Fifteen years ago
airs. General Stewart Woodford, presi and spread. The skin used is being Soadinavian known as Illing Elwing, purposes. Jones presented a report on
World’* Fair Highest Modal and Diptania
the fruit crop good this year.
Cold Salter married Nancy Fields, of Scioto dent of the Union League Club, pre peeled off of the editor of the Fossil
The committee on text books of the and unfavorable weather has checked county, O ., from whom he was di sented the statue to Mayor Frederick Journal, for the reason, that paper with nearly $2,500 worth of gold dust the contested election case of Cornett
The man zealously vs. Swanson, of the fifth Virginia dis
board of education, of Omaha, Neb., the growth of vegetatior. Over the ' vorced. Five years later at MoArthnr, W. Wurster as the representative of says, “ the doctor decided that it must and nuggets.
guarded the exact location where it trict, in favor of the Democratic sit
has determined to introduce a book of greater portion of the state ice formed O ., he married Christina Oaks, whom Brooklyn.
A b General Woodford
The pension bills
came from, but said that he and his ting member.
_______ tions into the publio schools. nearly every night the past week.
he deserted. „ n o years ago, in Floyd stepped to the platform Ulysses S. akin, and a clean heart and a right
partner had washed the gold out in two favorably acted Jupon Friday night
M a jority of the school board is in
The ten days allowed the president
O O worth o f lovely Mask for Forty
Grant, a grandson of the general,
were passed. Am ong them was one to
Cents, consisting of 100 pages —^
favor of the movement The commit for the consideration of the agricul- borne, but deserted her within a year. pnlled a string and the statue was ex only pesron in town possessed of all
pension the widow of the late Briga
full size Sheet Music of the
tee Will submit its report at the next tnral bill has expired And that measure November 14, 1895, under the name of posed amidst cheering from 20,000 these requisites. If the little girl don’ t
liveliest and most popular
fortunate men who met their doom in dier-General Ferdinand Vandervere, at
selections, both vocal and Instrumental.
regular meeting, and its adoption is re w ill become a law without his approv-1 Frank Bailey, he eloped to this city throats.
General Horace Porter de make a mighty smart woman when she
the rate of $50 per month. The house
gotten up In the most elegant manner. In- —^
grows up, w e’ ll miss our guess.”
garded as a certainty.
al. The measure contains some fea-1 with Rosa Stafford, a 17-year-old girl livered the oration.
eluding four large size Portraits.
ered, that of John Buckley. The other then proceeded with the debate on the
CARMENCITA, the Spanish Dancer,
The New York Herald says: Through turns supposed to be objectionable to of Richardson, K y., and they were
PADEREWSKI, the Great Pianist,
W a s h in g t o n .
bodies w ill not be recovered for some
special correspondence, news of import the president, but they are not suffi- j married. W ith his last w ife Salter
A n o t h e r V e to .
ADELINA PATTI and
MINNIE SEUGMAN CUTTING. I
ant executions in San Domingo has cient to cause him to veto the whole ' has been living at Quincy, K y., and
— A well ben, if not too fat, is full
Washington, April 28.— The presi Press has been issued.
k D O k lk t ALL 0 * 0 1 * 1 TO
| while on a visit to Portsmouth was
reached the United States. The min bill.
dent today sent to the bouse a message
the NEW YORK MUSICAL ECHO CO.:
ough examination has been made of
One million dollars worth of supplies recognized and arrested. He has con
ister of war. General Ramon Castillo,
The town of Ritzville is advertising
Broadway Theatre Bldg.. New York City.
vetoing the bill granting a pension of
every part of the mine above the 200, 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 .
and Jose Estay, governor of the prov of all sorts, for Indians under govern fessed.
$50 to Francis E. Hoover.
and it is now definitely certain that the
ince of Macoria. were executed at Ma- ment control, w ill be bought by the
F o r g e r 's C h a n c e f o r L ife .
dent says he does not understand that of $5,700 on May 19, 1896.
men are on the 300-foot level.
coris, onMarch 28, by order of Ulysis go ;, missioner o f Indian affairs at Chi-
Memphis, Tenn., April 27.— A. K. it is claimed in any quarter that the
W illiam Swafford pleaded guilty of
Report says that the rich streak of
Hereaux, of Sau Domingo, General oago this week. The articles to be pur- Ward, the noted forger haB been grant present helplessness of this soldier is at
burglary before Judge Denney, in Sno shipping ore in the breast of the adit
Picardo, boarded the steamer Presi eba red include vast quantites of drugs, ed bail in the sum of $25,000. Ward all attributable to his army service*.
bomish, and was given one year in the tuDnei of the Trade Dollar mine is now
dente with 150 soldiers, went to Ma- meclicines, meats, corn, flour and has been in the hospital for several The president says:
about twenty inches in width, besides
ooris, and at è o ’olook in the morning hominy, and oats in large quantities weeks and may never be brought to
This great Vegetable
“ To grant him a pension of $50 a
VI tai ie»* r, the preser1 n-
nearly three feet of m illing ore. These
of the day mentioned, had the officials w il be needed.
tion o f a famous Trench physician, will quickly cure you of &1I ner-
month without the least suggestion
trial before an earthly court
reoent developments in the mine w ill
, vons or di>«*ses of the gene-ative ».reamu such as Loet Manhood,
shot. About 7,000 Cubans have fled to
Secretary Carlisle has issued an or
that his pitiable disability is related to with $280, taken from the bouse of
) InsommajTaii.sin the Back.Sem
i Kmisstnos. Nervon*
San Domingo during the last six der to the superintendent of the mint
tgDHU Pimples. Unfitness to Marry, KxUan-un* i/rnlns. Varicocele a> d
W hile leaving work at lock 9, a skiff his army service, and in view of the Charles Gnstavers, a flour and feed
.:ination. It steps a.I
b y e oay
.., or night. Prevents qnkk
district, as it shows great valne and
at Philadelphia to coin $50,000 in pen which contained nine men, npset and fact that he is now receiving the high dialer of Anbnrn.
of discharge, which If not checked lead* to Spermatorrhoea ard
permanency of the Florida mountain
II the horrors of Impotency. <TF*I D E N E cleaxiaea the liver, LL«
From Menominee, Mich., comes word nies, nickels and dimes for distribution three were drowned at Charleston, W. est pension allowed by a general law
The board of state land commission
[B E F O R E a n d A F T E R kidneys and the nrlnary organs of «li impurities.
r r P I D F * E utrengt'i“ »! t ard restore«small weak organa.
that the Menominee and Fence rivers on (he Pacific coast. The object is to Va. The dead are. Henry Mahan, enacted to expressly meet snch cases, it ers is now prepared to take up the mat ledges. The mine is making its regular
T h e reason Ruffe-ers e n rot cn.-ed by I .<>cton»_i* because ninety per cent are troubled with
_ ____¿ f f l a . C C PID E X £ I
m«-«l y t*» cure without an operation. S(M> testimoni
are out of their banks, and the floods introduce these smaller coins in Cali colored, of Gallipolis, O .; Richard seems to me, would result in an unfair ter of appraising the oyster lands in shipments of concentrates and bullion.
als. A w ritte n gui ran tee given and m o n e y re tu r n e d If six boxes does not effect a perma&efitcor«k
are causing heavy losses to logging fornia. The present order was made Dickinson, colored, former home nn- discrimination as against many thou Mason and Thurston counties.
' — The highest liquor license in this $ 1.00 a bo t , six fo r $0.00. by mail. S e n d f o r f r e e circular a n d testimonials.
Addreu D A V O L J IE D IC IM F . C O ., P. O Box 207h, aaa Frandaao, Cal. F v rB n U N f
interest*. The logging camp of Isaac at the request of the subtreasury at i known; Jordan, white, 16 years old. sand worthy soldiers similarly situ
Alexander Smith, an old settler of country is at Great Barrington, Mass-
I The other six swam ashore.
J. A. BENSON, A gen t
Monroe, on Fenoe river, has been flood- í San Franoisoo.
the Homestead neighborhood, near 1 — two thouaaand three hundred dollar*.
D e a t h - » r u l i n g S to r m S w e p t a P a r t o f
E. P. THORP,
EVENTS OF THE DAY