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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1895)
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OumuiiHl ltuim'M March 4, IHHU.
first Hatiorpal Bonk
of linlciM'iuK'iK't'. Ort'uim,
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Capital hum, vwm.w.
A UK AM SKION,
v. r. hosnaway,
A (tt'iifml lmnkiiiii'l i.-lmiia lmi
,,, trn"ied; l"tt" """u, Jlr
L l Miuimt'tvUI credits ifritntril
.Irm-lii. reeelved on curn-i.t Bwmnt
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I HKKCTt Hi".
H. K. Smith. A. N"l'. I
BOUGHT AT A BARGAIN
and will sell at the
same, the finest line
WATcrf CHARMS and LOCKETS
ever In town.
T mniSUlDAYt SEPTEMBER 20, 1805.
NEWS OF THTwEfX
4 f 'f- w
Come and see them.
O. A. KRAMER-
Tho Hot Wave In the Kant Fol
lowed by Huow ami
THE BLUE AND THE GRAY UNITED.
The lefender Challeng-ed-Cu-
ban Jruler wrecKeu
lMiiKue Stricken The
Krurn the Ore""'" HlsUwnsn.J
f 1r f f
"T'r 4- '4- r 4 f f
The City Restaurant
Will (five ) HI X itmm1
2."J-eent meal lor 1
Wo try to make our Sunday IMn-
iter the bent lit Independence.
-.- MEALS .A.T iU.L HOTJKS. --
McGINN &CATLIN, Prop's., wJS
j ii, Jhkimtwik. A. J.liwoammi, n.
Don't be Sick!
J I cad stones,
w.nl until after the arrival of fresh
trooj) from Manchuria, Japan.
BLUE AND THIS GRAY
WK KNOW how it makes ono feel to
be dick But if you wl!l Kt nick
irmeiubur that it i our business to hcII
M.'dii-inea We've hml coiiHiilurablo ex-la-rioiKM
in preimrina li.ediiiiiifii hik
know the wlvwitaiw of uhIi.k frcli an.i
ire DrugH. We keep no otlier kind.
When You are Well
EM EM HER that we ban
iLuir. Riioh as Jewelry,
Silverware, Watches, LlockH,
liiCity Truck & Transfer oo
J"!? A W. nOCKSTEADEW, Prop.
. .1 ..... ut reuHon- I PliuioHand rurnltureeare )J
.jai.u.tln.rdoneatnuHou nov,.d . . .
ClIATTANfMlA, Sypt. 19. To-
m , i
niht the covernnient oi tno
iT..ito,l Sltttfia in in full poBBCSBion
of the Chick amauR. and Chata-
noga tieia. i ne iiauun """
r.i,hlift rrnrk. aud while it may not
' .' - . ..t
bo as grand from a Bcenic pomv oi
... '.I 1...
view, as Yollowntone yet n wni oc
far dearer to the hearts of the
people. The park dedicated to the
nation today was conBecratea oy a
battle which for fighting and car
nage has few if any equals in the
world's history. Buf the unique
feature of the dedication today is
that the men who struggled and
f,.nht naainsteacb other atChicka-
this dav thirty-two years
todav as brothers
aud each did his share toward
making the dedication a success.
Thev niirned a contract by which
the last vestige of venom caused by
the civil war was blotted out.
Within the limits of this grand
historic place ol pleasure for the
nation today, were upwards of 75,-
INTENSE HEAT IN CHICAGO.
PinrAoo. Seot. 19. The heat
during the past 48 hours has been
intense, and the prospects ior wi
r wpnther is not encouraging.
Tuesday Sight was the hottest of
the year, the thermometer register-
ing 76 deg. for the entire nigni..
Yesterday there were four prostra
tions, one of them, that of an un
known woman, proving fatal.
PLEASED WITH THE BO
fViTTAui! Grove. Or.. Sept. 19
L. C. Karrick, a practical miner of
Salt Lake, Utah, representing an
p.utom avndicate returned last
night from Bohemia, where he has
been insjecting two of the leading
mines with the object oi purcna
ing. Mr. Karrick stated that he
was favorably impressed with trie
outlook of the Bohemia district,
and believes it has a splendid
Highest of all b Leavening Powtr.-Latest U. S. Cot Report
I r- z. Tin I
"BOYS IN GRAY" AND THE
Chattanoga, Sept. 20. One of
the leading features ot touay e uig
i .iii,.Vi will make a
lasting impression upon those who
saw it, was a company oi vou
federate veterans attired in their
tattered uniforms of gray, carry
in tha .tarn and strioes. As they
passed through miles ana mues ui
streets, they were tendered an
nvation wliich would have honored
-..,r.. TJi one next to the
an cuijA-tvi. -
last color-bearer carried an olive
wreath,' emblem of peace and love.
t:.... nf Junction Citv. was killed
alout noon today by the accidental
discharge of a gun. He was eating
dinner, when it commenced to
raining, and he went out to get a
ahotgun, which be had left in a
wagon. He took the gnn by the
muzzle to draw it out of the wagon,
when one barrel was discharged,
and the load of bird shot entered
his body just below the heart,
lie died in five minutes. He left a
widow and four small children.
He was a member of the American
r..ir,f TTi.itd Workmen lodge,
nf Junction City, and that order
pared to increase the army in Coba
o 200.000. Campos is rsgn in
saying that he does not want more
n.n. What ckarlv is necessary
that the soldier have more train
ing, and the army more methods
of organization, and, above all,
more competent direction is need
ed, if a satisfactory result is wished.
HEAVY LOSSES BECAUSE OF
Rt pETERhBURG. Sept. 22.
Enormous losses have beeti caused
in Eastern Siberia by torrential
raina lasting several days. Vil-
of Junction City. " W, ! lages were flooded and most of tb
will conduct the funeral services at
11 A. M.. Sunday. , , droved, and im-
J 1 taA in f h
h . iTT -.T I lill'UOV wwu.fc- -
New Yokk, bept. Ii
The J. F. O'DOfflELL COMPANY
,... vu 8 to 9
Free Delivery to all iwrts
of the city
Main Street. lnde,nd,...ce.
P. H. Murpny, i-iw.
Tho lKt of
turnwl out ou
A share of your patronage
City : Feed : Stable.
Ku JoiinhoS, Trop.
Horses fed lV the day.
week or month. Tran
sient stock left inonr
care will be well at
tended to. Charites
Main St.. - independence.
wuin Orsaonlsn 50 eti
CUBAN CRUISER WRECKED.
Havana, Sept. 19r-The cruiser
Barcostegni was wrecked at mid
night by a collision with the mer
chant steamer Mortera in the canal
at the entrance of PortBarcvstegui.
Mnrinn Oeneral Deleardo tarejo,
three other officers and fifty of the
crew were drowned, ine cruiser
bad been employed on govern
ment business between the dfffer-
ent porta of Cuba.
in Polk county.
AlexandeOooper Drug Co
PT.AfiUE STRICKEN CHINA.
San Fbakcisco, Sept. 20. Wit
Ham E. Curtis, well known as a
nKiim.r writer and executive
officer of the pan-American cong
ress, arrived today troin Japan auu
China. He describes tne ravages
of cholera in China as something
frightful. The deaths in Peking
averages 2000 a day and in Shang
hai tho mortality is very nign.
Eighteen foreigners have died in
the latter place.
TOO HOT FOR THE SCHOOLS
Cincinnati, Sept. 20. The un
precedented hot spell "here has
demoralized the worlc in me cny
Hchoob-, and has caused several of
the suburban schools to close.
For ten davs and nights the mer
cury bus oscillated about the fig
SNOWING IN OGDEN.
Utah. Sent- 20. It is
the hLry of afldetes has there RELIEF AT LAST IN CHICAGO,
been such a successful serbs of Chicago, Sept. 22. Reliel from
contests held iu a single day the the sweltering weather of the last
world over as the internatioiii weefe reached here last night, when
games between the London Athlet- & wave accompanied by a
ic club and the New York Athletic drivjng rain which sent pedes
representatives on Manhattan field ,rian8 to theil homes, arrived. At
tAav Between smashing of rec-
icrht. the thermometer stood
ords, hair raisiug finishes, and at dropping from 86 at 7 P. M.,
above all the entire shutting out ol and the indications are it will con
the visitors from even winning first t-nue to drop uutil morning. The
honors in ny of the eleven con- barometer indicates storms, which
tests on the program, the 15,000 wiJ1 weicouie visitors after the
spectators who gathered within the BCOrcb.ing days which the city has
kpnt in a continual ,,
Cllt-IWD"' "v "X JUDb uuuv.
CUViW v w i.
rmni. of excitement, which was
only relieved at times by wild out
bursts of enthusiam.
LOST IN THE SNOW.
Rawlins, Wyo., Sept. 22. Frank
4 We and keep on hand
Th rlr cr,T1 i "nVilar iihT'l,l,"S
-' ,,., ull.M)ndtlio r All
All old ''':r,,",T;' will t entitled W
foron yr in dvui wi
OREGON PACinCjUU0 COMP ANT.
1 "" Z ...muEK" be-
.nd Bn Frnc-Ioo.
rfleamer YMrch 9, 1. "
without noUe. .
enu cna claJ- JSSfSS-
Prescriptions :-: Carefully -:- Compounded
independence Roller Flour Mills
t. HELMIOK. Prop.
WareHouses at maependence & Parkerte
T-nvnoN. Sent. 19. The sports
n announced that Laycock,
n,v,.lfHllow & Bell, bankers of Lom
K,rl otroet. have cabled to the iNew
Miw I V WtVf
York Yacht Club an offer of 1000
foraraceinEnglUh waters between
. . t t r a
Defender and alkyne m. a
WW for that amount has been
deposited with the secretary of the
Royal Yacht squaurom
MEXICAN MILITARY SYSTEM
Pitv Mexico. Sept. 19. On
.(, f finnnral Mena, chief of
I Vl Ul w
.i, AfoviVan military commission
in Germany, it is probable that tne
army will be entirely remodeled as
to weapons, tactics, etc. it is pro
tn nreate a raairnificent fight-
larirelv on the Ger-
'"6 ' " ' . . .
man model. The government is u
maintain the commission in Europe,
and besides sending over many
specialists from all branches of the
,ir.trv nervice it is its purpose
to make Mexico stronger for de
snowing here tonight.
SYMPATHY FOR CUBA
Chicago, Sept. 20.-The Tribune
tomnrrow nrint letters irorn
four United States senators and 42
representatives in reply to ques
tions addressea to mem
congress should send a commission
to Cuba to look into tne
there. They were also asked what,
in their opinions should be the con
dition of affairs there.
In commenting editorially on
the leplics, the Tribune says:
"As will be seen from the replies,
there is a strong sentiment in w,v
or of the dispatch of a commission
to Cuba and also in favor ot recog
nizing the belligerent rights of the
insurgents as soon as n w
Nevins sent his two sons into the
ASSOCIATED BANKS SHOW- guich, a mile away from home, to
IJSti. drive tne cows.
. v ,v, wnt tn Bpurch for them have
TCpw York SeDt. Zl. lue een.- nu
,y showing of the associated banks returned, finding no trace of then,
ly snowing ui vu nndonbtedlv perished
. I A 11C J -
is: I. i.:v. la iaia tet
Reserve decrease f4 24l,7oo in tne snow, " -
Lor 'deerease deep. The Snake river stage pick
Specie, decrease ..... a pheepherder nine miles
re'::::: ivm from'town la8t night. h was
Circulation, increase. ...... WW mnlet,,lv exhausted and almost
The banks now hold ifz,44o,ow r -
in excess of all requirements.
FIGHTING IN FORMOSA
q.m Fniicnsro. Sept. 20. The
Gaelic arrived today bring
ing advices from Japan up to Sept.
Taiwan Ja, the old capital of
Chantr Hua. an ad-
jacent fortified town, were captured
hv ft bodV Of Z.UW Japanese vu
Anirust 2Gth after a short contest
S mbich twentv-four of the assail-
vniri nr wounded. Of
.v. - rv;nno .rarrinons. nam line
UiO V.IIU'wv Pi '
10 000, 650 were killed ot "Wounded
and the remair.afer dispenses
J - - . ..1L
ill not proceed furtner soutu
CHALLENGE FOR NEXT YEAR.
London, Sept. 21. The secre
tary of the Victoria Yacht Club
Qfotoa that, the club &as Deen ra-
nnpctMl to issue a challenge for the
America's cup. He is awaiting uie
necessary particulars and detailed
;fu-miinn concerning the re-
quirements of the New York Yacht
Club before anything can bedoue.
THE PORT OF NEW YORK.
New Y'okk, Sept. 21. The ex
ports of specie from the port of
Vr.rV fur the week amounted
to $116,245 in gold and $1495 in
silver. The imports ior me c
MRS. GROUSBECK BURNED TO
Cottage Grove, Sept. 20. This
mmnntv was horror-stncnen
V""J1" . . ii....
this morning upon learning me
of Mrs. Mary Grousbeck, who was
burned to death last night on Row
river, 10 miles from here, one was
ufi h the fire about 5 P. M.,
babv. six weeks oi age,
when her dress caugnt irom u
flames. She put her baby in the
cradle, but by the time that was
j urn a all ab aze. neruus-
UU11C, D ItJ
band was away from home, and
v,, BitPr. returmne trom scnooi,
ua rmr Hcreamine. but reached
... , . . .ii
u. ii her clothing Deine aii
v. a nfT Her sister wrapped
her in bed clothing and immediat
ely sought aid, but the injured
AuA at. 11 I - M.
f.. nrnunhecks maiden name
..xi c . . "
was Coleman. She had been teach-
. . i rA tr tjn vears. was a
..,i,,t and had two state d
plomas, one from Oregon and one
from Minnesota. Mie was w j .
of sge, and came from West Point,
M B.' PITNEY" ACCIDENTALLY
Ecgene, Or., Sept. 20 SL B.
NOW SNOW IN NEBRASKA.
' Omaha, Sept. 22.-Last night
Omaha and all Eastern Nebraska
was wrestling with a hot wave
tv, thermometer at 100. To-
TV A VIA Vkiw
night an inch of snow coverB the
ground at Big Springs, North
Platte, Grand Island and other
Northwestern towns, and heavy
overcoats are in demand at Omaha,
with the mercury at 44. It is
clear, with prospects of frost
Corn is beyond the possibility of
danger from this source. .
CHOLERA IN TURKEY.
London, Sept. 22.-The Stand
ard's Constantinople correspondent
BaVs cholera is increasing there,
and in the vicinity of Urossau,
miles southeast of there, it is rag-
'677',63i ing violently.
KOT GUILTY OF LYNCHING. J A MYSTERIOUS-DISAPPEAR-
Ellensburg, bept. i. a 22 Mayor
A AT the iurv in the case of Lin- Elgin, Or.. Sept. ii. wayor
L UebXher Fiegle, Linke and Buck has had published a circular
tyt 'ed Ii lynching asking for information concern-
Z, April 13, rT,CT
verdict of not guilty. o " " '.f ..nderod off iu
ballot was 10 for acquittal, tne sec- irien .
i ll d the third unanimous, a dazed condition of mind. This
hour after retiring, ine rHr:,; : before. His wife is
has been the sole topic scu8sea ""ig news of him in great sus;
I w, . i i j.,nn. ruirf ac J
' - i J UA a C n
pense. Warsn is Tqn
feet and six inches tall, weight 130,
PENDLETON ITEMS. W-.'SJ'lSra SS
TrPTOv Sent 21.-Switzler "V .
, . i.i nrwifl,r Imnd of
Brothers nave Bum rI(,n
r; . - r.;n..t., rack- MURDER AT KELSO.
'iWU norses to i"" " -
Greenwood was eu
.... i ....ll . , k .Kr.nt tbree miles
James Koah nas oeeu nCT tne owier rau. .
here, accused of stealing about 500 weBt of this place, this morning
eacks of wheat, a lew at a time, about 7 o'clck by Charles Asimus,
and selling them to local buyers. known as -numpoac .
L They recently had a lawsuit and
SPAIN HAS PLENTY OF judgement wj. awaed Aidai
TROOPS. the sum of 3U- Wing unauw
London, SepU 2,-Lengthy tele- fX
grams from Madrid published ys- by Whg Green j
SrdaysUtepciUvely "rr.! tomilk th.
will send 25,000 men in Octol, woodsUrted to thecorr
Ind an equal number in January, cows, fired on him, the ball Stnk
and if neewsarv, they are pre- ing him m the side.