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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1895)
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Hot Weather Headaches
Are Mostly Due to the Eyes.
Tlio Intcnno heat nnd 'glare"
of the run weaken often por
niBiii'iitly injure the iitf tit.
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WITHOUT EXTRA. OHAEGB
KRAMER, The Optican
ThreBtowca Indlnn Ontbrcak In
the Jackaon Hole Country.
CHANGE OF VENUE REFUSED CURRANT.
Cholera ! apan-Bef enne HeoelpU
Bandlt Jack Brady Oanght-Eloh
Btrfta-In tb ;
Boy Mine., ". '
(Frio th OreonlB,uu and Hllron.)
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... Ui.i..n .ruled wrlcxlaln
During ut leant fven Minted perlcnla In
Life a record nlmuiu ne prew.TB -lran'
lurunih.HHl, I!iiI..vIkhmI. Childhood, oy-
,MH, Manh.HMl. Middle 0'l
mid 1. II. CUAVKN the phot.rui.her,
will wwidy you with th" llkunema at
the very loweat rite.. Olve Llm aeall.
The City lies taur ant j:
Will irlve yon HlK Kd
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Wc try to inke r Sunday IH
ncra the bent la Iiidt'iifiideiue.
-.- MEALS AT ALL HOURS. --
MRS. L CAMPBELL, Prop.,
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Don't be Sick!
E KNOW how it makea one feel to
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know the advHiuaiM ol ohIo
...ne Drug". We keep no other kind.
When You arc Well
RfcMKMBEK that wo han
dle many articles you
inav desire, such aa Jewelry,
Silverware, Watches, Clocks,
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City : Feed : Stable, a
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week or month Trim-Jent-ti-rkleft
care will I
.ndl to. Chari-ee
.i r,f Pnllc rountv innny dollars
Will com the people of I o coun V 3
vr. It's 80 every -
EXPENSE CAN BE SAVED
If you will act judiciouriy m me
i .ir vour work to
Uiavier " ."- j
He employs onlyUhe rawuiea
workmen, guarantees all his work,
and is as low in price as first-class
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Is working for me
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INDEPENDENCE STEAM DYE WORKS
Faded Clothing Eestored
Two Block. North Meln Street Bridge.
Siukoiiai, July 25. The treaty
agreed upon between France and
Phin to regulate the commercial
relations between th Chinese
provinces bordering on the French
p Best-ions nnd the latter, Rives
France the right to maintain
. .o- it . taii.i . T ii n.
consul at iien-iiong, ..
chow, in the province of Quang bi,
north of Vang Song, and Mong Toe
to French and Annamite commerce;
m. .Veil llokow an oten port and
permits France to maintain a con
sul there; opens Shema to com
merce; permits French citizens to
settle along the rivers ana to ubc
the rivers Lauo and Mekong for
transportation of uierchandUe;
provides for a reduction of duties,
and bIIowh the right to exienu
railways and establie.l telegraph
Revenue HroeipU for tlio Klcal Vr.
Wasiuxoton, July 25. Com
missioner of Internal Revenue Mil
ler baa submitted his preliminary
annual renort for the fiscal year
ending June 30. .The total receipts
from all sources of internal revenue
tnr lVl KI'IIT Wl'Te
decrease lor the fiscal year just
ended of 13,922,471, as compared
- -iiiorviine nrwa.- " "
San Fhancisco, July 25. After
a number of affldaits hud been
presented, sUting that the defend
ant would have a fair trial in San
FmncUco. Jnd2e Murphy denied
.i ..i:..i;,-..i f.ir n chanee of
IIIC UHll'vv.'.i w
venue, giving l)urrant; the right
to renew the motion later on.
The empanelling of jurymen then
commenced. Fifty of the jurors
offered excuses, which were ac
,.,i.l l,w the court. From the
other 100 iurors who had been sum
moned. an attempt wai then maue
tosecure twelve tulesmen. Durrant, !
who was aacompanied in court by
his father and mother, maiutainea
calm and unconcerned de
Ulch Strike Made Id the Lucky Boy.
ttnowNsviLLK. Or.. July 25.
Metsrs. Dyson, Standish and Moore
arrived home Tuesday night from
the Rlue River mines, ana brought
down some of the richest gold speci
mens from the Lucky Jioy mine
. . . mi 1 .1
ever Been in this city, me ieugc
is well defined, and is ten feet wide,
carrying free gold from wall to
wall Picked samples assay up in
the thousands in free gold of very
. Death of Jonathan Oephert. ,
Union. Or.. July 251-rJenathan
bephart, a wealthy and highly re
spected citizen of tjqve, aroppeu
dead of heart disease at his farm
home yesterday, He .was buried
by the Masonic fraternity touay.
A CuUluB Affray to Atorl.
Astohia, July 26. Captn Par-
i r ih. Rtiimer Alarm, was
.tnMvd this mornine by M
Davich, owner of the small gasoline
Uuincb, Elida. The affair grew out
of the presentation by Davich to
Parrot of a om ior o, n."
Ttuvleh claimed wu8 due him on
account of. damages sustained by
in iftol usoo with the Alarm.
Parrot refused to pay thbill.-wbenj
Davich used abusivs language, u
which he Waa struck in the face
with Parrots fist. He at once pro-,
j.. . Vn?f and used it on bis
Utl-vva o . , .
.ssailant's left side. Altbotigh the
U aeriouS.' lata! consequen
ces are not anticipated . by . the
.ttA;ra nrivsician. The 1 knifft-
bivuuiti5 t "J
ioi-1r at once took to the hills
outh of the city and has not been
Kuiwml of Jumn W. U"r.
M.fiNviLt.e. Or.. July
James W. Rogers, who died ywlef.
dav. was buried here toooy.
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was a pioneer oi ioi
T.ii. war vi.fj.ran of all the early
t.i:. II waa 74 years oi
age and one of the beat known and
kut.lv rcriected oioneers oi voi
section. He lelt a targe im.v
crown-uo tons and daughters, who
are among our best citizens.
iMIIuiWIll the BaUtoground. ...
Daixas. Tex., July 2ttvThe
final settling upon Dallas as the
place of the fight was the theme of
1) tongues today. The contract
lor the coliseum will be let today,
and work will begin as soon as
material bezins to arrive from the
East Texas saw mill. There is not
enomrh lumber in town to build it,
hence one or two saw mills wi'l be
called into service.
Bandit lack ay Caught,
Sacramento, July 20. The cap
ture of Jack Brady, bandit,
murderer and farmer's boy, near
Sacramento, naturally created quite
a adniation here, and large crowds
of people were in and about Sheriff
Johnson's office, all afternoon,
hoping for a chance to see the
noted criminal. But few persons
hud their desires cratihed. however,
for after Detective Thacker, of the
Wells-Fargo Company, appeared
uuon the scene, he put a stop to
any further free exhibitions. If he
had nermitted it. Brady would
have sntin oil' vard alter yard of.
stories about himself, for he u con-
Mwlurable oi an egotist. Yet. he
tells his tale in such a matter-of
fact way that a person can not put
him up as a braggart.
Charged With Catlle Stealing
Or . Jul v 27. Warrants
have been 'sworn out for the arrest
f John. William. Dan. Robert and
Ed Jordan, for wholesale . cattle
steiuiiur.. .WUliairi Dan and JM
r now havinz a hearing before
Justice Byrd, John and Robert hav
ing evaded arrest. ,
Uprising In Madagascar. 1
Berlin. July 27. A dispatch to
the Tageblatt frorrv Madagascar
a.iva it ia rpnorted there has been
.... r .- 4
an outbreak among the natives at
The queen of Madagascar has
fled to the provinces. " -
An uprising of natives'halso re
ported at Fort Dauphin, iti the
southern part of the island', for the
pure plundering .of foreigners.
The United States tunboat -Cas-
tine has arrived at Fort Dauphin
to protect the American mission. " '
The Beported Massacre not Verified.
Washington. July 27. A dis-
paU.U sent by Agent Tetor, of the
Fort Hall. Id ho, Indian agency
frmn Idaho Falls, iehortly after
midnight, . was received at the In
dian bureau today. -It stated thfe
aeent had joined General Coppinger
.,,.1 -aa n route to the scene of
ik. imnVilo. ,'ilesseneers from:the
have 'returned from -Jack
son's Hole and re4xrt: me inuiaue
1.M not rpsint arrest
TliaMlanitch makes, no ulentiou
of the wholesale massacre at Jack-
a TtnlA. and .little credence is
given the massacre story b bureau
officiahi. They say in the event ol
such a massacre the bureau would
be immediately notified 4f the
agent or his represenativJe. :- "
Weekly Statement of New fork Banks
Jfighert pf aU in Leavening Power. Latett U.S.CoVt Report
III j Ktghtto be rrohlbtted.
Aistin, Texas, July 27.-Gover-nor
Culberson-today ixsued a pro
clamation' reciting that theCorbett
FitxiimniQiui filflit is contrary to
Iu.nd-&rilerlng- all state officers
to mm every means in their power
tj prevent the fcontest. ' '
Jplo YncreaJ.tngHr Naval Forre.
"St." fVtebsbubo. July 28 A
tliPpHtch .U. Novoe vremya from
VlttilivbHock, says Japan
gf ntly raising to a .war footing Iter
arm and'rmvi'. The two cruisers
she bought from Peru having r
rived ui Japanese waters, the crewa
wiir shortly go to England to take
to Japan three ironclads, building
there. The Jdispatch adds that
Uiere'is isfrong warlike, temper in
t.r- Th difnatoh further says
thafjhe'-Japaneie have blown up
the Unifications at rrt Arvnur.
Troops Bushing Front.
Washisoion, July 23. Dis
patches -received :at army head
r.,,irndftv from General Cop
pinger showlhat the force of cavalry
trdered io "Jackson's Hole, the
scene of the Indian troubles in
tirml." i mnkincr its way there,
I ff J VUM MKj w t-e
kndVill reach that place by Tues-
day night. - in aauuion nva
been ordered o JUrket Lake from
Fort Dussell. so as to be in renui
ness fo active work should their
service be rt quired. No mention
is ' made 4t firrtrier trouble, anu.
with the known peaceable attitude
of thrlndians on the Washakie
reservation, lhe situation u regarded
as very mueh simplified.
n. -Cholera In Japan,
V'ngAnnMA. Julv. 28. Since the
outbreak of cho'eia in Japan 9,000
beer, attacked with
ft fee', tjisease; Vhd -over 5,000 have
I died.'; V .
1lipeWa Bone In HerLnug.
tiMm'ifir Or., July 29.
Mrs. G. W.VtntroutJof Applegate,
swaUowed a small bojie about six
month a-go, aiKTit-. lodged m her
windpipe. - Several physicians
were called upon to treat ner, uui
as there warna way to dislodue the
hnn Ihev cave up the case. A
few days ago, during a bard spell
she eiected it from her
longs, -where rf had finally forced a
lpdgment,-.atid she is recovering
from the effects of the excident
The bone was half an inch long. ,
usllOuble Homicide, Said theJuo-.
nvT'8 Pass.- Or.. July 2S.
Henry Walters shot and instantly
killed DwightKice yesterday auer-
noon. at 'Lelartd station, iwem;
miles fiorth-of this city.- The men
V. 1 t 1
were ..-brothers-in-law.-, liad diooo
h"ad . existed between them tor a
year or more, and it came to a
climax when they met yesteruaj.
'Coroner Kremer, from here, held
an Inquest on the body this morn
ing. ' " Ai verdict of justifiable homi
cide wai rendered, no arreBt oemg
- ; -, A Youth Drowned.
rwrWCrrw July 29. David
"todari aged 15 years, son of Mr
New York, July 27. Following
. l . 1 Km t- BlBLmnt' '
is tne wTCa.17 w..-.v".v..-'-
Reserve, iucreoae. ..........
Loans, decrease, '
Specie, increase.. 5
Legal tenders, fnereaoe. : . .
Depoit,'iiicreiie. . ,
r.n.iiltttion. decrease 1
. .' .750,500.
; - 9,60u
The Macedonian Bewlt, -j
Iindon, July 2.). The corres
pondent of lhe Chronicle at Con
"The Macedonians, alter a sharp
conflict with the Turkish troops,
have captured the town of Menlik,
southwest of Nevrcop. The victor
burned the telegraph station and
the Turhish quarters."
The Vienna correspondent of the
"According to the statement of
th Itnumanian minister at Con
stantinople, many insurgents in
Macedonia were found to be Russian
officers. The porte intend to send
the documents found in their pos
session to the powers as proof that
the Macedonian uprising 1 due to
Russian agents and money.
Recommends a Divorce for Mr. Oorbett.
Xpw York, J uly 29. Referee
Jacobs in his report in the snit tot
divorce brought by Mrs. Ollie Cor
bett finds Mrs. Corbett entitled to
a divorce, and recomnienda that
the agreement entered into by her
and her husband, ot the time of
their separation in which he
flirnHl to nar her 100 a week for
-o- . '
life be confirmed.
Chios Irrevocably Pagan.
Pittsbubo, July 29. Rev. E, B.
Doneboo, pastor of the Eighth .
Presbyterian church, in this city,
who has been identified in the
Chinese mission work for years in
on interview today says he believes
all efforts to convert Chinese from
paganism is futile.
He savs although the Chinamen
go to Sunday school and profesa
Christianity, that they cling. to
heathen ideas and nerernonies.
The Settlers Have not Ben Molesiea.
Wasiuxoton. July 29. The fol
lowing dispatch from Indian Agent
Tetor, dated Rexburg, Idaho, near
Market L ike, July 'ii, w receive
to)" . .
-On the 27th ins, l met nenu
Ilawley near Rexburg, returning
from Jackson's Holev where he howl
been sent to oscertairCWhether the
settlers had been, killed by the In
dians. Hawley sUted the settlers
had not been molested by the In
Aiana who are supposed to been-,
camped about forty miles froui the
settlement in a practically nupreg
nnble position. There is no doubt
of the fact that a large body of
Lemhi Indians recently joined we
other Indians iu Hoback canyon,"
Indisns Pouring Into Jackson's Hole.
Market Lake, July 29. -Ad-vicee
received from the troops this
evening are that the Indians are
jiouring into Jackson's Hole from
-11 .nations, though they are not
molesting settlers. They are lo
cated in the wildest part of the val
ley, in a position from wnicn au
the troops in this department could
not drive them, if they chose to
remain. The troops camp tonight
twenty miles east of Rexburg.
A 1'loneer of Wallula Prutally Beaten.
Walla Walla, July 29 John
Doak, an old pioneer resident 01
Yodr, agea 10 yean, " " ; r ..
a(iaMrs. M.Yoder, was drowned Kvanula,' was brdully assaultea
Tk. hanks now hold.-4 1,996.5 to
- . v t
., r.f air rwinirements. .
ill vvvs,w 1 . j
Ns. Dor Keoorted Burned to Death. .
La Grande; Or.r July. 27. The"
report or a ingtuiui iawv7- v
M,At. nraA.V -TmAT lNOrlll rOWCTCr,
has been received- It is stated that
.sterdav fire caught mthe hay in
Howard Campbell's, barn, and - a
k,- ramnbeH's. brotner-innaw, wa.
burned to deoih. The. fire.ckoghH
from matches in the boy's clothing.
tv, k rnrirtKl burneil is the son
1UO tJ." . . ' . .
of W. H. Winters, whocavStenonsIf
JiaanDeared from Mai.owa.jasi
.... ... ti-:n
at I2. .o clocKr in me Hiuun-tv,
near the wwilen mill, where he was
in bathing with some companions.
He was seized with cramps and
sank 1A shout twenty-hve teet oi
water.. His body was recovereu 111
.,' rw imnutfls and all efforts to
brinffhirs back to life were made,
but U was impossible to revive mm.
, Tha Bond synaiouie p iHi
Xew York, July 29. It is an---vii
net 1 that Friday last the gov
frnuient.bond syndicate deposited .
with thtf sub-treasury two minion
dollars iu gold in exchange for
leeal tenders. This was done ior
the purpose of making gooa 10 m.
treasury tho amount of gold with
drawn bv various persons for ship-
w . I lk., nlaa
rfient to .nrope. uu r
a.c ithe month. The deposit
briiigs the government . gold bal
ance u to the highest iint since
Li .;..t has com Dieted its
lUlO PJ.'"' ... 1
I payments on account oi the bonds.
Saturday night by a crowd t)f men.
The particulars are meager, ou m
np ears Doak and several other
men had trouble Itbout land Sat
urday night. They met, when
row ensued, in which Doak was
struck over fhe h-ad and badly in
jured. He remained unconscioue
till Sunday nlghl.wnena
arrived. H' I thought his skull
fractured, which may result iu
in concussion of the brain- .
TH. Weakly OrsjooUS 50 cut a Toor.
nrU "tIIrt,fcS "lie KioeVl" and Pf e
K,oubi rtl r l" .Jt both the KnterprW
yer in Jni few.
and U.e vwllLvMni ih.lrsur.r1ttMn
roKSAi.K at taw orrtrt. .
W. EVANS, - Proprietor.