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INDEPENDENCE, l'OLK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1895.
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Capital Klo.k, $50,000,00.
W. I'. CONN AWAY,
A ip'tieral IwukiiiK mul exi-liiinir land
!, trainmel ; lii MiH'l". hill, din
citinnxl, itiiiiiin n iii! fiMH grunted;
,, HiU reeeived on curri'til aeeoinit
iilijwt u i'Ihk-k, lnterrl wld on time
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BOUGHT AT A BARGAIN
and will sell atthe
tame, the finest line
WATChi CHARMS and LOCKETS
ever in town.
Csme and see thenr?.
O. A. KRAMER.
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NEWS OF THE WEK.
Tho IefViiler XVnn tlm rat
International Yacht llM-v.
The City Restaurant
AY 111 lilic you SIX (rood
'J. .- ii I iiiciiU lor $1. .
We try U iniik our Sunday Dln-
IMTH tll bl'Ht III IlMl'M'lld'IH'e.
-:- MEALS .A.T AX-J HOURS. --
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Ol'KN' 8UNDAYH FKOM H to 9 a. in
Frt DcliviTV t' H lart8
of tin' 'it.v
Main HtriH-t. - I.l-l-il-n
Don't be Sick!
K KNOW how it muki'8 one fuel to
i. .;,.!, urn if vnn will nut sick
u imniilHir Unit it in our Iiumihohh uj sell
A't'ilii'inu. We've luul eoiiHiilerublo ex
n rit'iico in iirt'imriiiK iiiftlii-inen and
know the BilvHiitHiw of ut-lnn fri-ch ami
ire PrugH. We keep no other kiml.
CHOLERA QUARANTINE ESTABLISHED.
The Mora Claim Paid Clilnctie
MiiNt Stay Oiit-The Waller
When You are Well
KMEMP.EK that we han-
dlo many articles you
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may (loHire, hucii aw jl'vm-ii,,
Silverware, Watches, Clocks,
Prom the 0ruKm'Bn n1 HUkUwman.J
WE STILL HOLD THE VUV.
New Yokk, Sept. 12. Defender
croBHed tho finiHli line at 4:01:1.)
this afternoon, having nailed over
the course alone. Valkyrie crossed
the BtartinR line to' establinh the
race but imnxdiately turned back
and wa towod to her anchorage at
Huy Kidge. Commander Glennie,
in explanation of the Valkyrie's
conduct naid: "I cannot tell you
whether the cup committee did or
did not receive Lord Dunraven s
letter, but the Bubntanc of it wan
that he would not sail unlenn he
was guaranteed a course free from
interference, which he thinks he
has not had thus fur. Had we
been assured the course would have
been kept clear for even hve
minutes before tho starting time,
we would have sailed. We went
down to the line and acted honor
ably. We went across bo as to
mke it a race and then, as you
I know, we returned. It was neces
! .. iv.. iw trt nrons the line in
Pill V I.. I -
! order to make it a race."
trade th oi ghout the central West
due to unusual heat, low pricss for
men's woolens and an unsatis
factory look due to depressed
auotations abroad. The feature of
the financial situation has been tho
liability of the treasury uold to the
depleting influence which asserted
itself in a very unpleasant way on
the strength of confidence the mar
ket had exhibited fjr several weeks,
giving place to general liquidation
and decline of prices.
MR. BYRAN ON HAND.
Iorti-and, Or., Sept. 12. Ex-
Congressman W. J. Bryan arrived
here tonight. He goes to Puget
sound tomorrow, thence to San
Francisco, from whence he will
return to Oregon. He will deliver
two addresses at Salem during the
City Truck & Transfer Co.u;
A. W. JOCK!STI.Al r-.iv, rioi'.
lManoM and Furniture care
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P. H. Murphy, Prop.
all UIikIm wll'
The bent of
turned out n
hort not ht
A share of your patronage
is solicited. '
City : Feed : Stable.
Kl.l JoiiNHO.v, 1'rop.
The J. F. O'DONNELL COMPANY
in Polk county.
Alexander-Cooper Drug Co
Hiirws fed 1V the diiy,
week or month. Trn
ientiitoek Iff in ,,r
care will lx well at
Umdod to. Churte
Main St.. - Independence.
Tb Weskly OreaonUn 50 cU Tear.
Thu mmilitr ',,r;'l,'" lrl,7ii"b-hrM.tloii
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OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD COMMf.
CIIAS. CLARK, Riceiver
Oonnwtlnii with Wmer
Htmer leave. rn.h ,14,2Uh,
mer leave. Ynnnh g
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. ,1.. AmnnunHpH
n intinns Uaretuny
Pay or Night
TO JOIN SPAIN"S FORCES IN
BuK.NOsAvRKS.Sept. 12. Eleven
hundred Spanish volunteers have
left here to join the troops in Cuba.
Highest of an in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report
A FHKHITFUL EARTHQUAK1'
New York, Sept. 12. A special
irom Tegucigalpa, Honduras, says
that reports received from Yetapan
are that a severe earthquake nas
occurred f in that section. It is
estimated that the loss of life will
be 250. and the loss of property
.v,o,a 1 noO.iMX). Tie eann-
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quake commencetl unuuy anu
astod during the day and nigiu.
Thousands of persons have been
driven from the mountains. Mon
day sheets of ilame were noticed on
. . Vm alarm.
the norizou, uuumg m u -
By Tuesday morning public con
fidence had been restored and tne
mountaineers had started for their
homes. But late that night tne
quake was again heard, and the
people returned to the BUDurns.
At midnight the tower oi me
church fell, killing 10 persons and
wounding a score or more. Shortly
before daylight another severe
shock was noticed. Many persons
were killed by falling rocks. Fire,
smoke and lava issued in enormous
quantities from the mountains.
Death of Harry F. Thompson.
"Cottage Gkove, Or., Sept. 12.
it..., v Tlmmiwnii. au old and
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highly respected resident, aged oo
vears, died at this place yesterday
evening. The deceased was born
in Christ Church; fcngianu,
November 7, 18150; came to Cali
fornia in 1852, and from thence to
Oregon in 1872. Mr. Thompson
was an Odd Fellow for oO years,
and will be buried under the aus
pices of that order tomorrow. He
left a widow and three cnuureu.
MORA CLAIM TO
Washington, Sept. 13. The
methods for the payment of the
Mora claim have been definitely
settled and a draft preparad for
the transfer tomorrow. It will call
for an equivalent in English
pounds sterling ofll.499,000, made
payable to Secretary Olney. The
loss of 1000 from the amount,
$1,500,000 originally agreed upon is
due to the diflirei.ce between the
value of the Spanish peso and trie
American gold dollar.
sanitar; inspector of marine ser
vice, and one at Empire City, Or.
The ports of Portland and Astoria,
Or., are in charge of state officers,
acting under special instructions
issued by tho marine hospital ser
vice. At Eureka, Cal.r there is a
regular eanitary inspector.
THE 'UTAH POPULISTS.
Salt Lake, Sept. 14. The ter
litorial convention of the populist
party was held here today, and a
full "ticket was put in the field.
Henry W. Lawrence, of Salt Lake,
was nominated today for governor,
and James Hogan, of Ogden, for
representative in congress.
SPAIN PAYS TIIE MORA
Washington, Sept. 14. Senor
de Lome, the Spanish minister, at
noon today delivered to Mr. Adee,
of state, a draft
lv. ' '
for an equivalent of 11,449,000,
drawn on the Spanish financial
agent in London, in settlement of
the Mora claim.
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT
Sa FuAxcisro. Sent. 13. The
Pntifnrnia railroad commission to
day adopted Commitsioner Stan
ton's resolution reducing the gen
eral freights of the Southern Pacific
on an average of 25 per cent.
NEW -YORK'S EXPORTS AND
New Yokk, Sept. 14. Exports
of specie from the port this week
were $19,233,391, of which $8,228,
281 were gold. The imports for
the week were:
Dry goods 3-11:'!
Geoerul merchandise l,00,32a
MUST STAY OUT.
Washington, Sept. 13. The sec
retary of the treasury today sent
a telegram to the collector of cus
toms at Ogdensburg, N. Y., direct
ing him not to admit anv of the
200 Chinese recently landed in
Vancouver, en route to the Atlanta
WALLER'S CAUSE SAID TO BE
Paris. Sept. 14. Siecle says the
United States has received a com
plete explanation from the French
authorities in the case of ex-Consul
Waller, who is imprisoned under a
sentence of 20 years for having been
as alleged, in correspondence with
enemies of France in Madagascar
and that his cause is irretrievably
New York. Sept. 14. The show
ing of the associated banks for the
n.n.i.u Annranaf. . $8,161,525
IWK' 1 a-JQ KMI
T.onns. increase iaMW
Specie, deerease i'tivSHr,
r......itd Knrvw4 . .
Circulation, increase loi.ouu
The banks hold $25,703,250 in
excess of all requirements.
Rl!) IX FOR THE BO.NU-
Columbus, O., Sept. 14. The
O.iluinbus. Sandusky & Hocking
Valley railroad was sold today for
$4,100,000. It was bid in by Y . tj
Guerin in behalf of the bondhold
Independence Roller Flour
X,. IlElAtlCK, Prop
Dealer in Flou r, Ge rmea , G ra
ham, Bran and all kinds ot
Warehouses at Independence & Parker.
Mrs. Alexander Seavey.
Eugene, Or., Sept. 12. Mrs.
Alexander Seavey, a well known
nd hizhlv respected pioneer lady.
died this morning at the home of
her son-in-law, Hon. Jasper vvii-
kins, near Coburg. bhe was 01
r ami has resided in
years w 6"i '
this county since 1854. Her ill
nn was broucht on while attend
ing the sick bed of her mother.
SK was taken suddenly with
pnenmouia, and was not able to be
removed to her own home, several
distant. She lelt a husband,
five sons nnd two doughters.
AN UNEXPECTED TURN
New York, Sept 12. Bradstreet
tomorrow will say:
The wek is characterized in
trade circles by an unexpected
inm This is reflected in all mar
kets from which supplies are dis
tributed to those regions. Kelativ
pIt unfavorable features are felt in
the quieter tortfln dry foods, job-
bing cirrh?, the cheek of easonaoie
Washington. Sept. 14. The
treasury department was not ad
vised ol any great withdrawals or
deposits today. The true amount
of the reserve at the close ot bus
iness today was $96,332,554. The
department's statement, however,
. ...n..ui oi, .oir M82.824.868
ttnld reserve UU,W-,o
Washington, Sept. 13. Dr
Wtnun. surceon-general 01 tne
marine hospital service, speaking of
the cholera in Honolulu said loony
that the Quarantine service on the
Pacific coast is in a very good con
dition. Every port of entry has
been inspected by the regular marine
hospital officers and compliance
with treasury regulations assured
The marine hospital service has
quarantine establishments at tort
Townsend, Wash., an Kiego, vu.,
and a complete quarautine service
!at San f ranciseo, u cnu.
nffioers ot the service in cnarge.
object of the meeting Friday night
was to talk over the late match and
see if it were possible to have them
resailed. It was decided that they
could not be resailed. The unsatis
factory end of the cup races will
not necessarily put an end to the
international yacht racing. The
Ne.w York Yacht Club course is
the best outcide course in the world,
excepting none. The people ought
to see the races for the America's
cup. It was won witn the wbrld
looking on, and the world has
watched the raoes. To sail in tse
cret would hold the custodians ot
the cup to universal contempt."
Washington, Sept. 15. The im
migration during the month num
bered 27,199, and for the year up to
date 213,733, as opposed to 17,448
and 166.5&1 during 1894, respect
HOR'NBLOWER WILL GET
Washington, Sept. 15. It was
learned today that President Cleve
land has determined to offer to
William Hornblower, of New York,
the place on the supreme bench
left vacant by the death of Justice
Jackson. The president has been
in communication with Mr. Horn
blower, and he is willing to accept
the, appointment, provided there
can be no doubt of his confirmation
bv the senate. It is well known
that Senator Hill will make no ob-
jection to the confirmation, ana
that apparently leaves his chance
good for the nomination. Ihe
president's admiration of Mr Horn-
blower is well known, and his was
the first name thought of after
Justice Jackson's death.
LEADER OF THE GANG
Pendleton, Sept. 14. A tele
phone message from Pilot Kock
was received in this city this after
noon from Deputy United btates
Marshal J. M. Bentley, saying that
he had caught James Clark,
counterfeiter, and chief of the gang
tV.nt. has been operating in the
countrv south of Pendleton. Bentley
left Pendleton on Wednesday, in
possession of information where the
Clark rendezvous could De iouna,
also where a large amount of spuri
ou8 half-dollars were buried in 1
secluded spot. He saw where the
money had been buried, but some
one had been there before him and
due it up. Clark was found on
Texas bar, 100 miles from Pendle
tnn rm the North forkot tne Jonn
CRTSP HAS NOT DECLARED
Athens, Ga., Sept. 15. Ex
peaker Crisp denies having de
clared for Whitney as the demo
cratic nominee for the presidency,
and says he has not expressed a
nrofprpn for anv one lor mat
San Francisco, Sept. 15.The
local health officers are seriously
considering the establishment of
quarantine stations at the north
and south lines of the state along 1
the railroads. The plan will be
considered at the joint meeting ' of
the local board of health, the sur-
.rpnna of the United States marine
service and the state board of health,
to be held next Tuesday. Those
whnBe dutv it is to look after the
sanitary condition of the city and
nrpvp.nt the introduction and spread
of epidemic diseases are thoroughly
aroused to the danger wnicn is
threatened to the city and state by
the close proximity of Asiatic chol
era. As already announced, the
board of health has declared Hono
lulu an infected port, and here
after all vessels from there will be
detained and thoroughly fumigated.
Shanghai, Sept. 15. Chinese
officials at Ku Cheng are proving
obstinate over the results of the in-
the outrages upon
Hv...j -- -.
missionaries and are unwilling to
triA puiltv. Thev offer
rn life for each European killed,
and no more.
pnsmviCLY NO MORE RAC
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Commodore Smith was interviewed
t hid home tonight. He said
"I am perfectly satisfied in say
: ,rr will be no more races
lllg 1 1. " "
between the Defender and the Val
EXHIBIT OF MANY COUNTIES. .
Sii.ru. Sent. 15. Linn, Lane,
Marion, Polk, Yamhill and Jack
son counties have secured space in
the pavilion for county exhibits at
the state fair. Interest in tne ex
hibit, bv counties is on the increase,
and will, no doubt, hereafter be an
interesting and a permanent feature
of the fair. The custom was in
augurated last year with twocount-ie-s.
Yamhill aud Jackson, in the
contest. Because of some irregu
larities the premium was divided.
OLD SOLDIERS AND SAILORS.
Ashland, Or., Sept. 16-Ash-land's
streets are decorated with
flags, bunting and evergreens to
night, in honor of the annual re
union and encampment of the old
soldiers and sailors of Southern
Oregon, which opens here tomorrow
and" continues five days. Many
visitors are already here, and an
interesting time is anticipated.
The Chautauqua grounds are to be
utilized for tne encampment, which,
will be conducted in regular mili
tary style. Representative Her
mann and wife will arrive to
morrow, and Hermann will speak
Wednesday. Senator Mitchell will
come Thursday and participate in
At Gray's harbor, Wash., there is a ! kyrie.
the Defender and the at- come iuu.-j -- , - - -That
i poive. The only 1 the citizen's programme that day.