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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1895)
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OHCS SUNDAYS l'UOMS to U
' Frco Delivery to ifll jmrtH
( tlio fity.
P,H. Murpny, frup.
Cash Deal that Counts
In tlio ono JiiNt lnitoiirtttwl ut
Independence - Dental - Parlors.
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ii t fln.1 mwl ( 1 HMi have your teeth
..i in. I'l.lll liirllier
piloel will lx! H follow:
I'latrtt, upper or lowtT
CU'HiiInif lineUuliinJ I Ia-x t.H-lli io.1.t,).
EXAMINATION 1 Itl'.I..
from $!.) I
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iIiiu7'-h fo" extruelloii
work In ilon'f.
l-nrLiM over the I ii.lrnfo Ntinl Ink.
uj-nrp - - - uregon.
Omit Ii-lntt n iho HJlvrr
Jih'Uii t ;itl BBro.
THE INCOME mSsSTlTUTlOXAL
Tb Jtpanen will Occupy rormoia
Bbort 0fcffe Orop-Increaie in
Iron Workers Wages.
(l-rimitlii! tmi(i.iil". Him mid HtnU-muii.)
I run Work Wojje IikwiuwI.
I 1'iTrmu iKi. May J 10. Jet 8 A
II LmwrhHii. rironrietorS of the Amort-
din iron workB, nave grunn-u mt...
onn.h.vcH a 10 Dcr cent increase in
wnff-n. Tic Urtn emiiloys alout
4W) iiioii, and is the greattut rival
,.ni,i. r.imeL'ic Steel Company in
!. tuiin ii Picture of Btructural iron.
..ir.n will nunW to all
- l Independence, : ZJ to i.u,W ox-
i -rntg i crpt amnion laborers, who nre
" ' ,,w recrivinc $1.20 cr day, the
0. A. KRAMER,
)KlY Work ffifKjE ofe
...i. . ... I C. ...... H.ili.il iii iIiii'h ill
During lit teiiHt Seven t.t:ited jeflm!H ill
Life reeiinl cli(iulil tic piescrveil of it
pelBon'n likem, u follo:
Iliruiitli.-xl, l!.il..vl'"0'l. CliUilhoo.!, llo.V-
1iik.i1, Mnlioo.l, Mi.lillf n;:e. Ohl nge,
uml I). II. I'KAVt-N the plioto-r.-iplier.
will Kiipl-lv vou witli thexe IlkemtwH Hi
the verv iowti.1 ratw. iive him ueuli.
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The City Restaurant
m ii nan;.;
WW. ptVt' " MX tfOOll
fi'Ht moalH lor 1. .
w(, t,.y to mith our Stimlny I1
iiein the! lx'.Ht la InlfleiwU'le(.
-.- MEALS AT -A-1-iXj HOURS.
MRS. L CAMPBELL, Prop.,
1 N" PKt'KN HKNC'K.
Don't be Sick!
K KNOW how it makes one feel to
i i!..t if vnii wi'.l tret niek
reii.eml.er that it i otir hiihioei-H to w I
leilieilien We ve lirtit eoiiMueuu.iu i-a-piTiei.ee
in prepai ini; me-ii'iiieH 1111.
km.w the u.lvut.tatfo ol ticitu! IreHi ol
pure Drugs. We keep no other kind.
When You arc Well
The heMt of
itunieil out oh
A share ofyour patronage
". is Bolicitwl. '
MainBtroH, - Iul.po..de,m
City : Feed : Stable.
HorM fel t'V the ''iv,
yiteK or month . Tran
ienttHli left in our
care will I wH t"
tended to. Chartin
Mala St., - Independence.
toON PACIFIC R.ULR0AD COMPANY.
CIIAS. CLARK, Iltceiver
ConncctlnK with KW-nm "HOMEK"
Ttqnlna. aint o Francliioo.
8Umer leave W"'";,, 4,14. 241 Ii
RlKhtu rwrvrd Ui rlinniio
For freleht or ,-nf r mt ...ply W "3
i EMEMHKU that wo han-
.lln mnnv lllticlos VOU
mav tlosiru, Mich as Jewelry,
ilvonvaro, waicm's, v. iwiv,
J01UX MULL nil, l'rop.
kind, of KreHli ami Cured Meatn, Hamfi, l.acvn, bauwtfci.,
Lard, etc., at lowest possible rates.
OZtTE! DOOR WEST OF POST UJ--
Will cost thp invple of Tolk county many dollars
this year. It's so every year. A portion of tlna
EXPENSE CAN BE SAVED'
If you will net judiciously in the ,
matter and take your work to
., - ;-7-j He emplovfi only the most Fkilled
II.. A. FULLLK I worj.lurl)i "guarantees all his work,
Is working fr nm I nmj jB ft8 jow jn price ns first-class
THIS .:-bbASun. work will lustily.
recognized rate, for kucIi woiK. -o
reanon in nshigtscd for the action of
i.ho (irm, hut it U thought that the
-xainplo "ill h followed hy many
othi r large, lirms.
All AiDli-ablo Atf.tetnent Iti-acUlrJ.
, Wasiiinctox, May 10. The
J.ipanese K-ation lias received an
...n,.i..t ....!,!.. Kintins that a final
willla . o
and (satisfactory agreement has
hefn leached by Japan with the
European powers on the Eastern
question. It i regarded as closing
the entire fuhject. It is also re
garded as negativing the unofficial
hia'.ciiK-hls of Russian newspajwrs
that Russia would claim n protec
torule over Corea.
t l.iiu sc Adiiilrollty DiMtolvwl.
London, May 10. The Brussels
correspondent of the Standard tays
that hy commaiid ot tue emperor
the Chinese admirality was dis
solved March 24, owing to the ah-
Jjcct incompetency of its olliciais
and u deficit of over W.wu.w.
There is no lirospect that the de-
partnient will ho re-esiaUKHiieu ui
Hint -China frill ' buy any more
Tim fl S.ijtau'-e ttud 0oM 1:es' rve
AVashixotox. May 10. Today's
statement of tho condition of the
Gold reserve .),, 043.114
iwful.atli.u MoUctiwHl nnd fln Hemitud.
Salem. Or., Mav 10. The bonds
men of Ex-Treasurer V. C. Arring-
Um, of Douglas county, having
paid the amount of Arringtou s
deialeation as such treasurer, $22 -
OiKJ-74, and 1U00 costs, (loveriu.r
Lord today remitted the .i22.U0.-
7-1 of the udpaid portion ot trie tine
ol'$45,'.S1.4S adjudged against Ar
lington. The governor also re
mitted the remaining part of the
lino of 0. VorrHiidhin, found guilty
ia the circuit court of Multnomah
February 25, 1803, of practicing
via, lli'l Mil ithout a license and
seiiieiieed to pay a fine of sfldO and
ho confined in jail 00 days, the
latter part of the sentence being
discharged and several days over.
A nig Waxe ftt rei.itli'ton.
1'Txm.KTox, Or., May 10. Fire
today consumed a number of build
ings and killed two thoroughbred
trotters. . Tlw loss was several
!... c.,,1 dollars. Tliero was no
insurance. In all, six horses were
A Grout Delude on Silver.
Chicago, May 1 A stirring
i;;,.ol Piieoiinter took place to-
j lj l nu t " - -
night, scarcely paralleled in the
West since tho lamous eiruggic. be
tween Lincoln and Douglas, just
on theevo of the civil war. to
night's platform combatants were
two giants of opposing sides in the
-..ntr financial controversy J.
Lawrence Laughlin, profeseor of
..i;;,vd economy in the university
of Chicago, the favorito authority
of President Cleveland, and AVil-li-.n
II. Harvev. author of "Coin's
Financial School." Not half the
people clamoring to be present
could have been accommodated
Hulject was ably handled hy both
Tho Odd Fellow Mt t Anwrin.
Rn.if. Or.. Mav 17. The grand
lodgo, Independent Order of Odd
Fallows, resumed ita session aw
e'clock this morning. After con
siderable contention and lively
electioneering, Astoria was chosen
as the place for holding the next
annual meeting, which will con
vene ort the third )cdnefday in
An Atieinpt to Tolnon Micep.
TiieDai.ikh, Or., May 17. -As
H. Karcher was driving a large
band of sheep to town this morn
ing, his herder found saltpetre
thrown along the road. It was the
evident intention to poison the
sheep, and tho attempt was suc
cessful as to a few ot them.
vigorous effort is being' made to
find the perpetrator. A urucgisv
identified the saltpetre and said
ho could recognize tho man w
whom ho sold it.
A Kuullieru Ore -on Htiie Eoi)l'l.
Asni.Axn, Or., May 17. The
stage from Ager to Klamath Fulls
K-KS rubbed nirain hist night. There
were two passenger and the driver
aboard. The hold-up occurreu
a lonely spot on the Topsy grade.
Tin highwayman remained in am
bush and compelled the driver
and passengers to brake open the
Wells Fargo box and slit the mall
pouches. It is not knwn what
amount of money was lost.
'cw York's Iinixiru and Export.
New Yoiik, May 18 During
the past week the imports of mer
chandise at this port wer valued
ut .7,478,(!So, and those of dry
iroods at .fl,;07,421. The exports
and imports of specie were:
! mClYZ.A Hill" "
(5oM - 1'1r?!i17,
Silver &9S,00'J oo.uyo
Tfoanury Ualonce nnd Uold Reserve,
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
- m4 nv
another dollar or the employment
ol a single extra cierK. it is jusi .
as eusy t cohect 2 a barrel ns
half that atnnimt and -the difference
would not effefct tl e price of beer
to the consumer.
The AdmlDistriit .ji'i Campaign Opened.
Covixgtox, Ky., May 20. Secre
tary Carlisle opeied lleveland'8
carnjiaign against f red silver here
fnniidit. IIo was yiven an ovatioii
jjerKeniune, vne uou vrv.. , -
the ! uniiuraJleled in the history of ixm-
1 iuiauei.ui;i. noa - ---I .
division ol mineral resources of the j tics m this section of Kentucky. , H
.... i : t - n! ..- ,i n r-ofrniiSM-it. trilillta Cif ttk
United States geological unr; - , , 7 .
exhaustive report of 'the iron ore j esteem in which he is held here
. . . , ! i l : . . . i::...,l f-:.....l.. .....1 r..u
UV l. in pviiiieui jiici.ua iw.
alike. In his address he used ths.
uld argument that the lree silver
agitation is for the mle benefit of
tl:e owners of mines, and would
work financial disaster to the
wounded. Forty house were
wrecked at Grassina, 'and several
structures fell at Lapaggi; three
persons were entombed. A church
at San Marlino was destroyed
while full of worshipers,' several
were crushed to death and many
wounded arc still under the ruins.
The World' Output of Iron Ore.
Washington'. May 10. John
Rerkenbine, the iron ore expert U
resources of the world, in which ,
the production of iron ore in 18i.'3 j
is estimated at 52,300,000 long
tons. The portion of this report
relating to the United States shows
the total production ot ore in mis
country in loo was .li.ai j,o..-
long tons of 2210 pounds, as com-
pared with Jl.as.uy mug ioi.. ...
1893. This is an increase of about
2.J per cent. This production is
only about 73 per cent ot the
maximum production of the United
Tlio Transferor Formosa.
Mav 19. The Times
tomorrow will publish a dispatch
from Ticn-Tsm icn says inai
Li Tien Fang, son of Li Hung
Chang, has been appointed a com
mittee to hand over the island ol
Formosa to Japan.
Tcxa Xi g.'oe Call a State Conference.
Houston-, Texas, May 19. A call
issued for a state con-
WashiNgton. May 18. Today's ference 0f negroes to be held May
... . .1,- Anrlitinn of tile 1 no It : ,.ltA thnt tVl rafie BUf-
lb io cu.vu
li had the Auditorium itself been w
of the cham-
CUIvU 11 - o
pion. The proposition u u v..
c.J ir read as follows: "Re-
iv.l. That tho United States
should at once enter upon the free
statement of tho condition of the
Available cash balance 400,859 .
Gold reserve O'.0.-"0
i Short Coffie Crop.
Washington-, May 18. The
cofl'.-e crop ot South America and
Central America this year" wi'.l be
about 10 per cent short of last
year, according to statistics received
Clilna Auks for Estonsion ot Time.
Shanghai, May 18. It is stated
that China has asted Japan for an
extension of the time in which the
former country is to hand oyer
Formosa to the Japanese, pending
- . 1 .
consideration of further proposals.
Japan, it is added, has declined to
Movements of the Jnpaneso Army.
Yokohama. May 18. Trincel
Kiimatsu, commander-in-chief of
Ihe Japanese armies, has left Tort
Arthur and returned to Japan.
Only two of the seven divisions of
the Japanese army on the Liau
Tong peninsula will remain there.
The other divisions wilt soon re
turn to Japan. The Japanese im
perial gnard will be sent to the
island of Formosa in order to quell
disturbances, and occupy the ter
ritory for Japan, according to the
treaty of peace between onina anu
Japan. Admiral Kabayama has
sailed for Formosa to take the post
of governor-general there.
Weekly Showing of New York Banks.
New York, May IS. Following
i the weeklv bank statement.
, iniwniU. JO.DIl.iHIU
lW' 1 1 -! villi
l u,.9. increase... 0,oi4,JW
S,HH-ie', decrease S1 l1'oT)
lAval tenders, increase "1r.1.na
n....nU;t increase.- - ,J,UW
The banks now hold !f37,5S7,90)
in excess of all requirements.
' California and Pennsylvania a Tie
Philadelphia. May IS. The
iTnivprsitv of California athlete
fulfilled their prediction of a hard
a i .;it, Via University of
IVnnsvlvania. by scoring a tie in
the sports todav. The points were
not reckoned as they were ai
PrinePton. last week, when the
TiiTpra were beaten Gl to 51. Only
first points were counted touay,
ot i . finish each nau scored i.
fpra from three causes, viz:
negro legislation, such as the sepa
rate-coach law; mob violance, nnu
uon-representation on juries, which
have come either from yicious laws
or from want otlaws affording re
lief to cure thrse evils. It is set
forth that the negro holds the
balance of nower, and this meeting
will be for the purpose of concen
trating the negro vote.
A Ki ntal Murder at Grants Tass.
Grants I'ass, Or.. May 19.
One of tho most cruel murders of
the year was committed near this
city about 2 p. m. today. Charles
Fiester, a man ofG8 years of age.
drowned his wife, aged 55 years, in
a hole of water near the railroad
track. The crime was committed
ir, the nresence of their three young
children, the eldest of whom was
10. vpnrs. After the murder vas
itted Fiester sent the child
ren to Merlin, four miles further
on, to tell the older boys what had
1,nnened. The ditliculty grew
nf f.mii v troumes Ol long
t.andinsr. Fiester came ti this
city later in tho evening and gave
himself up to the SDeriu anu
now in the county jail.
The Income Tax Unconstitutional.
m'abitint.ton. May 20. The
supreme court today declared the
income-tax unconstiuiuonai n.
toto. The justices aga';nst the law
Chief Justice Fuller and
T,.Kiiees Gray. Field, Lrewer one
Shiras. For the law were .lusiices
Harlan, White, B.own and Jackson.
Senator Hill's Opinion of the Decision.
ALBAsy..X. Y., May 20.-"This
.trision will do more lor our
country, be of more lasting benefit
r frfn institutions, ana win
iVia imlitical atmosphere bttttr
Va 2 - ,
than anything which has occurreu
,u rlecade." These words were
spoken by Senator Hill tonight
referring to the income-tax decision
Another Source of Revenue Sougni.
Washington. May 20. In view
of the defeat of the income-tux law
and the certain loss to the govern
ment of 130,000,000, Commissioner
Miller said: '"We must have more
revenue, and the easiest, cheapest
Ilufh for the Kickapoo Reservation.
Oklahoma City, 0. T., May 20.
Hundreds of people are h crly com
ing in to Ldp fill the already well
filled lines now camped along the
borders of the Kickapoo reserva
tion, awaiting its being thrown open
to settlement Tuesday. The weather
so far, has favored tue would-De-
settlers, who are exceptionally
cheerful and apparently comforta
ble in their prairie schooners and
shanties. But 550 of the thousands
who desire to take up claims can
possibly be sall-fied, and some pre
dict a most sensational run and
lots of trouble, while others say
discourasement will prevent a
great proportion of the waiters
from going in at an, exeep
Collection orlueoraeTa:: Stopped.
Washington, May 0. Com
missioner Miller, of the internal
revenue bureau, toilay Bent this
telegram to the collector of in
ternal revenue: "Income-tux law
declared unconstitutional by th
annreme court. Stop ill Work ill
connection therewith and send
this office at once, uuder seal, all
Km.Vs assessment lists, return
and records in your office or bauds
of deputies relating to income-tax."
Suicide at Corvallis.
PnnrAi.Lis. Or.. May 21. Wil?
iiam Uhlman, superintendent oi
the Coast Carriage & W agon Co.,
eominitted suicide this morning oy
hanging from a waterpipe. When
found by one of the employes a
noonhe'had evidently beet dead
(or several hours. His rash act ia
supposed to have been caused by
temporary aberration, as no busi
ness trouble? of any consequence
had iccurred since his residence
here He left a widow, four
daughters and a son.
nr Price's Cream Baking Powde,
FOR THE BLOOD
Th Btl Sprinfl MtdWn
Just now everybody is thinking about
taking something for the blood.
A Sorinz medicine as we speak of
' want to eet the proper medicine. It you
SMyWhydS he will tell you to
Povfrs FArtUqnakc In Italy
Florence, May iy.-i.asimgm s ..,. ;ntwrnai tax
8 ioh'u in out" -" - - . n,nn,i anu least uuiu.-".u
coinagcofsilverattheratm of leakes proved much more
.1 :...i...un.lnt v nl t i action oi ueuoua , . ;.. the tax to any
any other nation." Mr. Harvey j Bans a number of houses exleidituro of
allfrmed, i'nf. Harvey denied. The wrecked; four are dead, and many .
and that, because the fiver
thine to ao with the blood. If tni : Uva
u slueeish the system is dogged, the
wdSmes Impure, and the whole
bodv suffeS. Every medicine mom
mended for the blood is supposed t
fJoes Its work well, and tones up ty
ho istem. It is " Better than Pills'
iSS ?hai U.uid or powdru
Km t U Mrt t-.