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TtOUtT a. iOCCEATi.
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Eternal Vigilance it the 1'rlce of Liberty. Jeff tnon,
VOL 2 NO. 1
INDKI'KNDKiNCE, l'OLK COUNTY, OREGON. T11UKSDAY, FOKUAKY 14,1805.
Sl.&O PER WAU ea...a,ta,
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5 ' "
QfflD CDn?FC?V Sells Everything -
l.)ur and Feed, Wood. p
. . Wooden ware. . . I r VLw
Highest of all to Leavening Power. Latest U. & Gorl Reprt
UIIHV UIVWUUI V i Cash Prices.
I V I I 111 X
:iuem'(l Illumine Mure 1 1 4, 1HS1I.
First Hatioi?al Bonk.
; of IiKlrMiiiilunou,(A'p;ciii,
f 14, 000 00
4.S.OOOIKS, I.. W. SOtlHITMiiN,
rre.lil.Kl, Vll' I'rnlilMl.
W , II IIAWI.RY, t'ttdllllT.
J. B, Cht, !.. NV. l:. ' iTtw.ii. Um I.
, J Illlllll'K, . l. lllieitKIT,
W. W, Collinf.
A (eneiiil kauklii kiHirM tntnwed. nur
aurt il.e,'uiiiii, in illiiiirtiMl i Mm.
lt.,.Ml. rnwlvi I au.iimi 10 'k ir ia eerlllt'
ftl. .,f .le;.''.!!. i'ultl't'llUHK fllMiif,
oi1U itMiii h. m. ii.. im.
iati 1 ban .
Capital Stock, l.'O.OOO.OO.
The Moral is Plain
Tlw ti-lnnt'hoy traveler anlil; "Wlnit a rtrrncl fu I tlilnf It would Ufl tf I
wiirp .truck IiIIihII" Ami hi mii.t nerd, walk mi iiIh
Id try ln,w U would mi'Iii II llil. iiilnlurtuiiH Hi r Ui liemll lilm.
li ill, liud not pereelviiil, .1.oi,
irmi'li'i-, eoinltiK ufl.T lilm, iili kfd 1 1 1 u iuru ul gold wliluli li, having III.
Jiacc Fabnla IJocet
.don't "go It Wind," II
vou urn in need of Har
ness op Saddlery Goods, open your eyes to tlo fact that we
sell tlio Im-hI good for tli least id mey, and pick up tliu
purse of gold by purchasing of um.
V. H. GRAVEN CO.
NEWS 0FTHE WEEK.
Illtfjffxt Kllzxard ofKeecnt Year
Itajrliitf Kant of the ItoekieN,
CHINESE FLEET SWEPT FROM THF SEAS
The Btsmlilp Gasoogne 8fe The 4-
rtinmmiwa UiU iiefeataa
Eich Gold Strike-
W. I1. CO NX A WAY,
4 You will remember that Ooliath
ttim vi-ry much nurprined hIicii
Mnvid tJ.i' I''"' with it
nunl. 14 llcmtiil tliHt"Mijcli
II tllilli; llinl IK'ViT I'llN
liii lnnd lii'foro."
idi:ii f iniiiii'roiiit In mir utm-lc. W'o
I'hviiys have wliat in l:it(t, bi-iit mid
laUw Wtktof UmU BUmrd.
yr.vr ok, Ttb. 8. Have for
the leneer fH of now, tho blizzard
which Htruck the inetropolin luct
night, will rank with that of
March 12, 1888. The incieamnR
neventy of the utorrn, the wind
reaching a velocity of 70 mik an
hour at noon, and th accumula-
tion of ice in the rivers during the
day, brought about n condition
which ban practically caged up the
inland of Manhattan, and with it
thousands of those who daily come
fronjtho suburbs in Brooklyn.
WAsm.viTov, Feb. 8. The
wextern blizzard ctruck Washing
; A ifKMierul Ir.iiiliitf iiml OM'hiin lmi-
! lioii Irmi-urU il ; Ioiiiik niiuti. !i-
MUiitt?4, coiiimrrlnl tTiiliti Kriiutid;
; (Ii'M)nili rw'!ivil on vjrruiit nreuiint
I MiiliJiH'tli) L'liM'k. liilrn -l piiiil on thin.'
I :n. T. Knilth. A. NVIi-on. I. A. Alli'ii,
f . II. li. Jn""Tn'l. A. J. tilMxlillllll, I. W,
I yM, U. llir.i!H!-(r.
Several thousand pieces
atlOc per copy.
Mnin St l ret.
I From llio Onf unliin, Kim nd Hilemii.J
A Coovut't BttJcid.
Palv.m. Or. Feb. 7, W. A. Baker,
convicted and sentenced to the
tciiiteritiarv from WuHhintion
county November 21.), 1893. for
bigamy, committed suicid at an
i.. i .1.: . :.. i i ... I
viv.j uu, ,.Jlim.K uy K- ton yesterday with its fullest force
land the t-Alv i Tinsbiiio' thmtioh
. I J i o " " " o
Blnke 5UPorted- one of tho severest kdcIIh of ,M it.
. fl . r . I ft r . I
wKA.vrs i ah, urreu. iuite haM evcr exi)7.ri,,nftd. Th .nn
a stir in mining circles was create k(,,ai, tMna vaierA.v art(,rnnnn
a day or two ago by the announce- ttl)( by 1)igltfalI tho gr.,und wag
n.entofa very rich strike in the fivc inches det-n in ...,. whil .
it i . . . ... I r
oia i;ry i;igyings mniMjf three high win.l(ldl to the intensity of
hum east ot tins city. Howe very lh U ilich wag ,
rich quartz mid dirt lias teenLmi ti. : i ...:i
iuv rintT will till llfu Ulllil
taken out, as high as $70 ier pan 2 o'clock and drifted so badlv oh
beinB realized. J he discoverers, to Btop travel on t, fiuburbl.n
illiam Flamm, Dan Crafts and gtreetcar lines and to render transit
.II. thu k.Kre down only about atx)Ut lhe ,.:, 8,ow nn(1 I)nrprtain
M feet in the ledge, but their pros- ., . - v.
riilii art yhyv i Ii ( t.n i m 1
oHuug hv'huucdv niiju. to munijig
-ondon leu. A cablegram Li , t ,
I f., U',.i ll.,IV: I VMJ'VIU,,V i!7 lUillllg.
to the diplomatic and consular
Appropriation ways made giving
f XXJJOO for beginning work on
the cable and authorizing the
president to contract for the entire
work, estimated to cost 13,000,000.
A Kolld Mm of Ice.
New York, Feb. 9. Today New
York was practically icebound.
The bay from the Narrows to San
dy Hook, is almost a solid field of
ice. lhe upper bay would be as
bad were it not Inat a number of
tugs are at work breaking the ice
to permit the passage of crafts and
that small steamers are plying in
the North and East riyers. The
canal and many of the railroads
are so badlv blocked bv irn and
snmv that they cannot be operated
for several days.
"The Sick Man" In Trouble.
Coast to Hawaii. An amendment T snow is three Atdeep i I,..
i lami and the westher is the coldest
in 40 years. , ,
Th HumtiUn cbt Titkltf ghap
Wa su.votox. FeU 11, A bill to
incorporate. the. International
Pacific Cable company for cable
from California to the Hawaiian
islands, thence to Japao and other
points in the Pacific. ar.d on the
mainlands of Asin and Australia
was inlroducvfl in the house today
by Representative Stons of Penn
Tb Xarch to Ptlla.
New York, Feb. 11. ItaroIJ
Fredrick has cabled from London
to the Times as follows; " I have
from an absolutely informed qua
ter an interesting view of tha stattf
of affairs in the far East. Cores'
avtonomy is aseured, Manchuria Is
virtually in Japanese hand, and
they are already building addition
Duriiil? ut leant Hi-ven Minted period In
Indfit,itil,iicM, - Ore-
" Monuments, ,
1 J leads tones,
" : Spsrlirpg Bros.
0 Choice Meats.
OPEN SUNDAYS FKOM 8 tot) a.m.
Free Delivery to all parts
of the city.
Mailt 8 trout.
j P. H. Murphy, Prop.
, ; reeeive
'i , aentinn
Tlio bent of
turned out on
, A l.c of . your patronage
.'.L.''-': ! . . ' Jiv'fL. i 9 Jjlfit ii reeoril hIioii !d be itrxerml of
,,:.j'Cjv.. '"''i 'i t'ify' 'vj eini'H likem, um follown:
tJio-'tj ,'ir IiiMiiIIummj, jinny ii.hhi, i ihi'iiiimim, -iy--..I'v
V .y .V' Ii.n.,1, ManlMHMl. Mld.il.. Old Ke,
Pfct-rtffi'h CUAVKK li..-, hotogra, 1,,-r.
' 'Kti'i'-' wltl supply J'"! Willi iIh-ko likeiirsaes at
til v lii in n call.
lhe very lowcat rutes.
Don't be Sick!
rii KNOW liow Tt uiuVeo one feel to
Hut if von will ui't ciek
reineiuluT liuit it in our litifineHx In wll
Metli.'ine. We've imd rotifidvrnlilo ex
perieiitX! in preparing inetlieineN and
know die ml vuiiIiilu of nslna freKh mid
pure Dhih. We kci p no other kind.
ury o, ciiyn; i ne Vinnece nee
lias practically ceased to exist.
The ironclad Chen Yuen and her
sister ship, the Ting Yuen, have
been sunk and llm other vessels of
t he Chinese (lent are within the
grasp of the Japanese. Tho Chen
Yuen and Tiirg Yuen were built at
i the Vulcan works, Stettin. Ger
many. The former was launched
in December, 1S')2, and the latter
in December 1801, The Japane.-e
forecaster Day savg that by to
morrow morning tho mercury will
reach 8 below and the 6evere cold
will continue far several days
Snow ceased falling after midnight,
but the wind piled it in drifts,
practically stopping railroad traffic.
Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 8
Key West and Palm Beach are the
only points in the state above
freezing. Orange and other fruit
trees, are probably all killed, ex-
WhcnYou are Well
I L ll. i 1 1 x f
Upkeeps up a furious bombard- "u '""8"-
tnriij. iiio lOBrt Will MKEri'Kft w
KMKMHHli that wo han-
l!o many articles you
may dusiro, sucli as jewelry-,
Silverware, Watches, Clocks,
incut on the Chinese fortt.
Zht AdmisiAnitioa Biil EofoiUd.
Washixotox, Feb. 7. The last
1 op of financial legislation for the
relict of the treasury at the present
I session of t his congress went by the
board when the house, by a vote of
134 to 1C1, rejected the adminis
tration's bill fo authorize an issue
of ;00,000,()00 of bonds. The bill
many millions of dollars. All
Jinrltr vorrd'lKlna n pa minjul o I
" ' i BTaamtif Oil lr , C . C L
100,000 boxes of strawberries, which " .
,., . . , cIosa the jetty on the Oregon
side of the river. The passengers
and crew all escaped without 60
much as a wetting,
would have shipped from February
20 to March 10. are destroyed.
Baltimore, Md., Feb. 8. High
winds prevailed throughout the
night and early morning hours,
and snowdrifts rendered the side-
beaten before it reached its raIks a,most impassible. Traffic
Independence, ( iretron .
'i'lwit does mil economise. In not economy. Kconomv- in
elmwinn thnepie.vg counints in jfelting tlmt wnteh or rioek
wliieh will hint the longest, keep liino 1110H accurately and
need tlio least repairing.
Yon limy pet ono for 12 while another will rod (100. The
former is cheap, tlio latter beautiful; neither is economical.
S3qo HXxcixsiQxr 0
If yon need a wateli, and ho will tell you how
one for the leant ixjunlblo monev.
to get a good
i- I is golicited. :
'it'reet, - Independence
: COUNTY TILE WORKS.
V. I BDRRC8 t 00., rtorumu.
at nmt-ela.il tlio from S Inelic. to
, W liiclicn, iniiniifiK'Hircd,
rilOCI Fit ThOUSAND: .
i tin 7
15 S "
an H inch
DO 10 " 1UII
in. S,r lny InK Tile promptly nirnUlicd
and coiilnx't. tufci'ti. AllMDik
:.I A INDEPENDENCE
:-: STAGE :-:
J. It. THOMPSON Prop.
L " ves Independence every morn
itff 1 : 2 ("cept Sunday) at 8:30 a. ni.
kju Leaves Salem at 2 p. ni.
'JJ.r ve orders at Little Palace Hotel or
s t .(iniee.
Fi ' t nnd passengers earried on rea
The Traveler to Independence
The City Restaurant
Hliiiulil nnt full to make
hi. Iieuilij Hurler, al
Imeiiiher, wejrlvo Flrst
class leal.s lor $1.
"The comfort iificuesU la
We dp.lro your palronaite. onrt If carefully preiuiretl fimil and courteous trent
nat will .oc.ire II, ve milk'lla tl'lul.
MRS. L. CAMPBKLL, l'rop.; C. W. HAYES, Man'gr.
Main St., Independence, Or.
The IudepsndeacQ Meat Market.
JOUAX MULLER, Prop.
la now ready to supply the people of Independence with all
kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats, Hams, Bacon, Sausages,
Lard, etc., at lowest possible rates.
OUST 3D DOOR WEST OF POST OFFICE,
To Weekly Orcgonlaa 50 ots a Tear.
Th rrirnliir unhMrlnllon prlc of the Ks-
TKKeKHoc l.tl.Ulaiulllie n-Eiil.r.iibwrlptlon
prii-e nr Tho wei'Kly .irnroiilHn I. !.' All
wlin.uliiM'rllM for the Kitt.'ri,rlne and ear one
your In.dVHr.ov ran irl tHith the Koiofirt,
and th Weekly Onieoulan one year fr r. "H.
All old .nhM'rllMT.piiylnc their. iilmrlpi Ion
for one year In advance will be rollUvd to
lhe aame olTer.
Bncklen's Arnica Salve.
last parlimentary stage. This re
sult wus reached after three days
of speeches and at time heated de
bate, and nt tho end of a woven
hour's session. An analysis of the
vote shows 14 republicans and DO
democrats voted for the bill, and
5(5 republicans, 97 democrats and
8 populists voted against it.
Tdt Eig Blinard Extending.
Washington, Feb. 7. The
weather bureau furnishes the fol
lowing special bulletin: "During
the past 24 hours the storm in
Louisiana has moved to the South
Atlantic Coast, increasing in in
tensity ana area, iho higli pro
sure has moved from the north of
Montana to North Dakota. Be
tween North Dakota and tho South
Atlantic Coast sharp barometric
gradients will cause the severest
cold wave and the lowest tempera
ture ever recorded the first week
in February. Temperature in
Indian Territory and Louisiana
has fallen 8(5 to 48 deg. in the past
24 hours, and is now 40 deg. below
Ei-Sinnter Steven. Dead.
Augusta, Me., Feb. 8. John L.
Stevens, ex-minister to Hawaii, is
An.ther Bond Iuua.
x Washington, Feb. 8. Tho bond
transaction consumated today,
6trictly speaking, is not a sale of
bonds for gold, but a purchase of
gold to be paid for in bonds. The
contract was made with August
Belmont tt Co., of New York, on
behalf of llothchilds Jfc Sons, of
London, and themselves, and J.
P. Morgan it Co., of New York, on
behalf of J. S. Morgan fe Co., of
London, and themselves, and pro-
The Bd Salve in the world for Outa,
Rruiwa. Korea. ITIeerx. SLill Ithonni
F-ver roren, IV-tter, Chapped Hands, vides for the delivery to the United
ebilliluiiia, Corn, and nil rkln Erupt- c,.... nf 3 r00 000 nnncoa nf at r
Ioiir, and positively curea Files, or no ta,8 or f.t,.KW,UUU, ounces of Stan
pay required. It in pinrantee.i to (rive!dard gold coin of the United States,
to- be paid for in United States 4
lerfect aatiMfaetioii, or monev refunded.
Pi ice Si oenta per
a 11 III
For Sale By i
per cent londs.
in every direction was delayed.
No business was attempted along
the war ves today, and but a few of
the larger sea-going vessels could
movo in the ice-blocked channel of
Cash Itutanco and Gold Reserve.
Washington, Feb. 9. Today's
statement of the treasury showed
the available cash balance to be
;H42,283,802, and the gold reserve
Sunco Kelly Sentenced for Life.
Portland, Or., Feb. 9. Bunco
Kelly, ; convicted of murder of Geo.
W. Sayres at Portland on the 2Gth
of last September, was today sen
tenced to life imprisonment in the
state penitentiary. He will be
taken there Monda3r. When the
court passed sentence on him
be remarked: "Judge, I'd rather
you'd hang me than that "
To Expert tho Book..
Baker City, Or., Feb. 9. After
an almost superhuman effort, the
taxpayers have been granted per
mission to put two experts into the
county clerk's office to examine
the books. C. II. Stuller and I. S.
Hinshaw are the experts and will
receive their pay from the tax
payers, who have voluntarily con
tributed for that purpose.
Warlike Preparation Continue.
City of Mexico, Feb. 9. There
is nochangeintheGaulemalan mat
ter. The Mexico officials will not
give any information, despite all
the reports to the contrary. How
ever it is learned on good authority
that Gautemala has not receded
from her original answer to Mexico,
and is still rushing troops to the
frontier. Mexico is also sending
troops to the front.
Hawaiian Ca.ls Anadment Adepted.
Washington, Feb. 9. By the
decisive vote of 3G to 25 the senate
voted today to inaugurate the pro
ject of laying a cable from Pacific
Loxdox, Feb. 10. A Constan
tinople dispatch says that an order 1 fortification n at Port Arthur to
has been issued calling out the re- torn that place into a Japanese
serves. There are many rumored Gibraltar. Now that Wei-Hai-Wei
reasons for this action, the most 18 captured and the Chineae fleet
likely being an outbreak at Mon- Jestroyed, nothing remains except
astir ;n Macedonia. There are 10 advance upon Pelun. Thia cer
fears of a revolt in Macedonia. tainly will be done by war of Shan-
Kallroad Land. Opened to Settlement. I Hai-Kwan. AH talk of peace Jg
The Dalles, Or., Feb. 10. By a nonsense. The Japanese will not
recent decision of the land com- talk bout it nntil they are In
missioner, 15,000 acres of rail-1 ek."
road land in Wasco, Sherman and GMn M
Gilliam is thrown nmn tn .tt1. New York, . Feb. 1 11. La Gas-
ment under the homestead act. cogne ky outside the fcar all right. .
Most of this land is verv fertilo and ow,n tne hx7 " the channel
will soon be crowded with home- lbein ihifted b7 From
seekers. tne passengers the reporters on tha
Vancorer Ferry Steamer Hunk. ( lUS lea"ned the 0tory of the YOyagR
VANcover. Wash.. Feh. 10 A I Bteamer left Sirre Jan. 26.
snag, a broken shaft and a high Pn the firet d7 9 mlleawew ,
wind caused the wreck of the Van- na on " Xxui wiy- JU'
I Am OOf ft 1 ... A
cover ferrv steamer todav. Th """"""j ow muea mepiexon
- I li 1.. ltfta . -
rou oroite ana is nours were spent
making repairs. When repaired
the ship steamed 9 mile an hour,.
making in all 66 miles on the 23th.
i ne steamship encountered a bea-v-jr
sea all the way across the AUan
tic. On Feb. 7 she encountered -
heavy cyclone and .after many mis-
Canpow Jliifre Peace.
London, Feb. 10. Pekin dis
patches say that full powers have
been teleeraohed to tha chin haP8 nd a hard "truggto she mad
peace en vovs with a view of ne. Prt "J on weningofth
tiating with Japan. The envoys
are now at Najasaki, Japan, where
H 1. Simon'. Charlor. c ,
Cir.i. rt c..w td Tto
,L. , n it. t I uai,i,, ui,, rcu, t., tu.g uivu
they went after the Japanese . nI.t'J vt .
- , . . . . , wiy "t i uiuwiu wen. tnrouitn
government refuspd to treat with
them, becasue their credentials did
not give them plenary powers.
Tho Chinese Destroyed their Forts.
IjOxdon, Feb. 10. The Times
the senate this morning by a vota
of 20 to 4, and six absent and not
voting. , .
A Forty-flve Yean Senteaes.
Fnnr SwiTir. Arlr.. Fah, 12 Rtir
has a dispatch from Wei-Hai-Wei, Cook, the outlaw, watr aentenced. ,
February 9. via Port Arthur, say- todav in the Vniied Stat5B CTart to .
ing the Chinese demolished the 45 year8 jn the penitentarr at 4K
west-shore torts before retiring hanv NY
from Wei-Hai-Wei. Some of the Th. neadiock sun co.u.a
Chinese warships tried to land SaleM Or.j Feb. 12. The result
tneir crews in order that the men of tha ioint ballot todav for TJmW
might escape the Japanese, but the States Senator was as follows;
Chinese back On TVdr,h 5- TTawi Ifl- WaaiKrfrnT
, I I 1 -
; Lowell, 10; Absent 5.
latter drove the
board their vessels. Jananese
troops ars in good health and
under strict discipline.
First Contract of lta Kind.
Tacoma, Wash., Feh. 10. Gen
eral Harris and Charles W. Clark,
of Helena, Mont., today closed a
contract for the shipment of a
large amount of gold ore from
a Montana mine, owned by them,
to the Tacoma smelter. The con
tract contains a provision that, if
gold goes to a premium, the smel
ter's settlements with them shall
be made on that basis. It is said
to bo the first contract of the kind
Cold Weather in Europe.
London, Feb. 10. Dispatches
from several parts of the conti
nent say that weather of great
severity prevails. Toe Seine from
beyond Paris to its source is frozen
over, in some parts ot Kenish
Prussia and Thurina the mercury
went to 22 below zero. Eight more
deaths from the cojd are reported
from various parts of Germany.
The cold continues unabated in
England. Several rivers are frozen
over, including the upper reaches
of the Thames, where vehicles and
pedestrir.ns are crossing on the ice.
Gold far our Bond.
London, Feb. 12. The Majestic,
which sails from Liverpool to
morrow, will take $1,290,000 irj
gold for the United States. Satur
day $3,710,000 in gold will be
shipped from here.
Ueld Without Boad.
Vajjcouveb, Wash., Feb. 12.
Lyranis Anderson, accused of
the murder of J. A. Bull, ' ot
Skamania county, wag brought
here today by Sheriff Jeff Mix, of
Skamania. The preliminary ex
amination of Anderson was heldr
at the Cascades yesterday. 22a was
held without bonds to the Sktru
auia court which will meet the
second Monday in March.
Malnaed for LI.
Walla Walla, Feb. 12. This
aftern.-xm, at Frescott, 20 raues
from here, C. Scroll, a mill wright,
known all over Eastern Washing-
. . .a. a a t
ton, lost his ng&t nana wnue
working in Isaac's mill at this
place. His hand was caught in a,
pair of corrugated rollers, whj&
were making 200 revolutions a
minute, and was crushed terribly.
Dr. Price's Craam Bkir Psmwfia.
Avar. Cl tUHmm Fit. m fmm awv