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INDKrKNDKNCK, VOLK COUNTY, OKKGON.' THURSDAY, DECEMJ5EK 13, 1891.
VOL. 2 NO. 2
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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
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One door wt f poMoflU'tf
Tropical ami domestic fruits, nuts
t etc., at wholuinlo and retail.
Frails of all Kinds Cmslanlly Ob Hand fe)
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JUin Street, Independence,
; P. H. Murphy, Prop.
all klndn will
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turned out oil
uhort not kis
j A share of your patronage
Jfain street, - Independence
M. T. CROW
n MHiiurneturur of
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Il'rlcri reBnolilo and work guaranteed
neatly done by
H. A. FULLER,
The Cash Ttlacksmith.
C 5TRSET, - INDErEXDEXCE.
OATS, HAY, HAMS,
1 DERS, LARD,
POULTRY and CASH.
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Don't miss an early opportunity to buy some of our
celluloid goods. They are beauties, and bargains, too.
33 E3 QUICK.
We offer you Albums from 60e. to $7.60.
jl BIG LUSTS
Do not take our word that they are very cheap,
but drop iiA and price them yonrself We have
the finest line ever brought to Independence.
Lots of Toys
for the little hoys.
G'iu-IIhIh Currency K Immiio In
the IIiumIm of the Committee.
JAPAN IS DEMANDING REPRISALS
Alaskan Gold Heidi-The Dallei Bob
ber Sentenced-A Terrific 8torm
at Sea-A Pioneer Mining.
Books, Booklets and Xmas Cards.
We have some bargains, "and don't you forget it,"
To prevent baldness do not tell your wife we have no selection of Christmas Presents.
iVEiasic by the Ctioird. at
Main St., Independence, Ore,
From tho Orrgorilan, Han, and HUiU.mon,
Tlmrrttlay December 0.
Cloture Defcftleil Id C'uucun.
Wasiiinotox. Cloture wan de
feated in caucua today. The- din
caHHi'on was at time8 quite ani
mated. Vet, Vila?, Uerry and
Cieorgo favored the propoeition,
while Gorman, Morgan, Palmer,
Harris, Pugh and others opposed
it vigorously. The defeat of Clo
ture practically settles all chance
of the pop-gun tariff bills passing
during this session.
Intbe Hand ofbl FrleiiUn.
vVasiiixgtom. fn regard to the
Oregon senatorial fight Representa
tive Hermann expresses himself
as follows: "I am not a candidate
for senator and I shall not an
nounce myself as such. I shall
not bo a candidate, unless the
legislature should wish me to be.
Oregon's legialaturo is perfectly
competent to select a senator. I
have not conversed with a single
member of tho legislature in my
interest, not even the members
from my own county. If there
should be a failure to select
senator from among the candidates
mentioned and a compromise can
didate should bo needed. I then
might enter the fit-Id."
mv rr r
value will reach as high as $145.
000. There is grave suspicion that
there was an inside man who gaye
pointers to the robbers.
Currency 5ow Bppsrmoit.
is arranging to have tho opinion
of expert financiers presented be
fore the bouse banking and cur
rency committee concerning the
proposed currency system. Invi
tations have been extended to
leading financiers of New York,
Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati,
Nashville and other representative
cities of the country. Secretary
Carlisle andComptroller Eckleg will
appear before the committee Mon
A Lozow Wanted.
San Francisco. The grand jury
in its report today, among many
Other things, recommends "that the
next legislature create a commis
sion to investigate the actual ad
ministration of the duties of the
police commissioners and the force
under their control, similar to that
which has accomplished so much
I ? TL- Xf. 1 f . 1 t
goou in new iors. jmer large
cities are demanding this sort of
investigation. We believe that San
Francisco would also be benefitted
in the same manner, if not to the
A Threatened Indian War.
Washington. Delegate Rawlins,
DeLeunpt U Daad.
Paris. Ferdinand de Lessupa, of Utah, says that he apprehends
the great engineer who built the an outbreak among the Indians
Suez canal, is dead. before the present difficulties are
steamboats safer than Rail. settled. The settlers are arming
Washington. According to ror the purpose of driving the In
government railway statistics just dians back into Colorado. Haw-
published, it is safer to travel on lins has notified Secretary Smith of
a steamboat than on a railroad the intention of the settlers and
train. Of 700,000,000 people car- asks for government assistance. The
ried by steamboats last year, only secretary has sent the following
255 lost their lives, while of 593,- telegram to Governor West: "Your
5GO.G12 who traveled by rail, 299 telegram of the 4th instant sub-
were killed. mitted to the war department.
Alaskan Gold Kald. General McCook will doubtless pre-
Port TowNseND. The steamer vent any outbreak. Agent Day
Chilkat, which arrived here toniirht. has been instructed to return the
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brings the news that another rich Indians to their reservation.'
goia nna nas Deen made in Alaska. Suicide of Ex-Warden Coblenti
the mines are located at the head Walla Walla, J. H. Coblentz,
of Turn-again Arm, in Crook in- ex-warden of the penitentiary, corn-
let. It is said the pay dirt shows mitted suicide here this evening by
up from ?7 to ?20 a pan. shooting himself through the head
Carlisle's riau to be considered with a Smith it Wesson. The ball
Washington. The financial entered just behind the right ear,
plan submitted to congress by the came out of the left temple and
esident and Secretary Carlisle struck the ceiling. He was recent-
was taken under consideration by ly discovered to be a heavy default-
the finance committee and a pro- er of the state's funds and did not
gramme arranged today. The have the courage to face disgrace.
democratic members want to pro- He leaves a wife and several chil
ceed as fast as possible and favor dren. There is undeniable proof
reporting a bill before the holidays, of Coblentz's crookedness. He
The Karoo County Delegation. combined with sejeral "trusties"
Tacoma. Tho republican mem- at the penitentiary, who have as-
bers from Pierce couuty, nine in sisted him in defrauding the state.
number, held a meeting last even- His shortage is not yet fully ascer-
ing and passed the following reso- taiued, but will reach at least $15,
utions: "Resolved. Thai this 000.
lated by a caucus of Republican
members of the house of the fifty
first congress. The , suggestion
meets with favor among Demo
cratic members.' . .-..
The Japanese Treaty- -Washington.
-The full text bt '
of the new treaty between the Unit
ed States and Japan was published,
today and has excited mueh com
ment in diplomatic and, official '
circles. Tho United States formal
ly recognizes Japan as a firsj -class
power. The treaty muct be ratified
within six months, which makes it
incumbent for the senate to act on
it at the present session. Minister
Kurino has forwarded a copy of
the treaty to his government, where '
it will be considered and ratified by
the privy council of Japan.
Monda3', December ID.
The Bailee Bobbers Senteneed ,
The Dalles, Or. Judge Brad
shaw today sentenced Otis Savage
and Frank Klien to the peniten
tiary, the former for four years and
the latter for 18 months. Klein's
light senience is due to his having
turned state's evidence. Savaae
received his sentence wirh stoical
fortitude. . , ;.";""
Hungarian! wad with Excitement.
Buda Pesth. There was "great
excitement in the reichstrath today -
when Prime Minister Wekerld an
nounced that the king of Hungary :
had given his sanction - to ' the
ecclesiastical bills. This , means
religious liberty for the people of
Hungary, the legalizing ot civil
marriages, allowing conversion of
Christians to Judahignj, granting .
religious liberty, to Hebrews and
removing restrictions .with regard .
to the children of mixed marriages.
The Belligerent Jane.
- Shanghai. Before cousidering
peace proposals Japan insists upon
the surrender of" all Chinese of
ficials who offered money rewards
for Japanese heads. ; N
delegation will stand by the repub-
loan state and county platforms
the election of United States
senators." The platforms . favor
the coinage of silver at 1G to 1, and'
indorse the Nicaraguan canal pro
Our Treaty With China,
ashington. The long delayed
Chinese treaty has finally reached
ashington. The Chinese govern
ment had dispatched the docu
uient to the United States by wav
of Europe to avoid possible danger
along the shorter Pacific route
ate this afternoon Seeretsrv
resham and Chinese Minister
Yang Yu exchanged final ratifica
tions. Nothing now remains but
to announce the treaty ratification
Saturda3', December 8.
The tig Train Robbery.
Fort Worth. Different posses
are still pursuing the train robbers
and the fugitives are in close quar
ters. The robbers are evidently
heading for the Indian Territory,
with the rangers trying to head
them off. It has been learned from
reliable source that their booty
Sunday, December 9
A Railroad Sold.
Union. Or. Henry Hewitt, of
Portland, has purchased the Union
railroad that extends from Union
station ou to the O. R. & N. rail
way to this city.
The Jury Says Judge Neil is Guilty
Jacksonville; Or. The jury in
the case of County Judge Neil, for
breaking the jail door, rendered a
vervict of guilty, after being out
ten hours. Mr, Neil js serving his
second tenn as judge of Jackson
county. He is a leading attorney
of the Southern Oregon bar, and is
a Democrat. The trouble arose out
of a dispute between the judge and
Sheriff Patterson as to tho right to
convey persons to the asylum arjil
reform school. ..
Demoowta Tailing into line.
Washington. Most of the Deiu-
ooratic leaders of the house are urg
ing that the currency scheme be
made a party question, that fea
tures of the bill to be passed shall
be agreed upon in caucus, just as
the silver bill in W, since known
as the Sherman act, was first form u-1
Tuesday, December 11 '
A Terrible Storm at Sea.
Astoria, Or, The severest storm,
of recent years struck this section
early Sunday morning and raged
until late at night. .At and off the '
mouth of tho Columbia the wind
blew a perfect hurricane. The tug
Fearless and her Jow, the Breida
blik, arrived here safely Monday '
morning, after having a terriflo
fight with tho maddened elements.
The Storm on the Sound. .
Tacoma. The storm of Saturday
and Sunday on Puget sound is pro-t
nounced by the local weather bu
reau to have been nothing lesg.tHan
a small cyclone. The wind blew
at a rate of 50 miles an hour part
of the time. It i3 pronounced the,
worst storm iu 10 years.
Collidai ia a Tnauel,
Chicago. Two cable cars col- .
lided in the Washington street tun
nel this evening. One man . was -fatally
injured and 15 others 6erit , ,
ously hurt. The cars were set on ; -fire
by the stoves and for a time
there was a fearful panic, The.Rc-
cident was caused by a gripyjaq .
losing his hold on the cable, . the
car shooting down a steep iucliue.
The conductor set the brakes but
could not check the frightful veloe-.
ity of -the car. . . ... .
A Bgnton Pioneer Kissing, : .
Corvallis, Or. Pryor Scott, a. . ,
pioneer of 1SJ5. has been missing . -
since Sunday morning.. Heiffsu.
posed to have wmmittd"Suicidet
lie had teiiiK!-"ni)anc:ai;y enibari
tapwcTaml has been quite desfwnid
cut. A hat, identified as his, was
found on the river. - . ; -, . .; .
A Caring SacondreL.
Sir Fhancisco Mr. and Mrs.
W. Browu, who arrived heru.
last night from Portland, were rol
bed of $49 this afternoon - by & '
man who entered their apartments -on
O'Farrcll street.. ' :
Or. Price's Cream Baking: Powu,
jtnM (rat Mj1 Fiir, : friKiMi
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