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NK I.KT TDK t'HI"H MIL WllrKK TIIKY MAY."
I.IH.KNKLANK COUNTY, OltKC-ON. THURSDAY, FKItltUAIlV 1'7. iwmj.
" II KW To II IK I.I
A NEW RICIIMOXI).
Jabe Ferguson Quotes From,
-,. ' ,
v Charles L. Jordan.
ruisTKi rus n.ovt a kkkkman
He Think lh or5t I'artlva Hat !rl
IT...! Their I a ulea III. lira-v
' iiihi fur Nu Thinking, t
Waahtngtoii, Feb 14. ( Special Cor
reepnudfuce. t "I haw rvail all the ar
ticles vf Jabet Ferguson, in the Na-.
Itonal Kcconlcr, " writoe llnu. Charles
I. Jordan, of IVUtctne. Mint, "an.l I ,
am la liui with you all along. Mj ;
viewe miii li Im lu thorough accord
wtth,youra." " l'here la thiaahout II,"
he couliiiuca. ' if tlm American poo
pie knew Jual what condition Una ail-
ruluiatr tllou ha t"t ti-li tlmm Into, or
Wrre proptTir poaien aa lo inr aiaie oi
attain that coufn.uu them today, llif." I
would raiac en maae. aa Ihe s.(le of
Home ouow ilul. ami f" " nalimial
caintol ami thmw every aenator ami
ooiiKn-aiiiiiau nut of the wimlnwa au.l
bnak hia iu k Well, t wnuhl aparo a
"lot" or two, if to he found, but a
general cleauni out would do no
harm, but have a alutary vOet-l ou all
1 "Jua( reait (he dally proa mid r.i hil
ly note the pntf'teaa th.il dilei'(alle
b-xly u uialkiujj. 'Move,' 'u(' aud
'aiifer thn houra ditv. then n.l.
journ to rrptal ami Jo uoUiiiiK from '
dr lo dar whiU. millioiia of neoi.lo ;
...,l .-.,i-l .
their action Aud" u will no on ao
until neit Suly. when the heat of the brio' attention. Il la the effort
ummer alone w til' burn them -not. j " P""1 capital on an e.ual fiaituig;
Talk about rvtinuK tlm terwutwek aud '. " alve lalair iu the alrm
tn aaunr uotc to prevenr lnotinif.' etc. i Wre of the (rnTernineiu. Il la aaauiueil
There la a tenfold better ninedy, via
Let the people retire that adiuliitatra
tiun and put dowu t'levelamliam.
"Tbia country will never ana in proa-
per uudar either nf the old panic. If
they would mice Us a good and whole
eotne tariff iui every IhinK fmporteil
that fllcu with any pnatucdou ,
whatever Ul thla Country, and theu let '
it forever real aud then real.. re the
ooinaKe of ailver lo iu old plajefaa a t !'' are more , worthy lo m
baaia money metal the whole tii'uble. IruMed th.tn thoae who lot! up from
would atop. I do not believe in free poverty; none leaa lncline.1 to touch
trade,'' never did; never will. The aught which limy have not Imueatly
Duinocratiu party will have to Ke it earmil. It thou la-ware of aurn n
up. or die. When the people are edu- '""nK a political power which they
cated np to the itandard nf reaa-nilng ' already aueaa aud which, if aurren
for themaelvea. that free trade bualneaa ''"nil. will aun-ly be uaeil to cliav the
will go, aiiT-they are rapidly doiug ''r of a Irauc iu.-ut agaiuat au. h aa
H thiuir uuw. ! they, aud lo tl new dtaalnliliua aud
"I believe in Arueri 'aniaui, nut-aud-out."
See what the Wilaon bill haa
publican are going to reverse the'
whole baaineaa, aud I am for one, glad
when tlu-y do; if they will only add 1
augar and cotton to th.- liat. (
"There i but one war. and thul ia
the right way to bring the whole thing; weat cheeaemakera, which haaJuat 'tdalgo lalaii.l t annlng Company, aud
around right. Piral laat and all the cbaied, the following reaolutloua were . olio by the Auacortna I'acklng Com
time, reatore freecoinage ot ailvi-r, and ado(.tel: iauy. An Aatoria firm haa. it ia aatd,
let the unit of value and all valnea l "Whereaa, There have been mana- awuriil a alle and will aoon l gin the
on the atlver dollar and on the gold, I factured in Ihe United Statea in recent ounatructioii of auother cauuery. The
but the ail vc r dollar ahould have the yenra many uillliona of Bunda of au aggregate ciait of theae thn planta. In.
preference.! I-t the government iaaue i ImiUtiou and fraudulent produrt eluding bublllnga, yiulpiiient, flah
no more iiler certiflcatea or coin grecu-! known aa filled chceae; and, Ira pa and ateatuura, ia eatiuiat'-d al
back, while the law allow a pig- "Whereat, The product haa gone f&o.oou.
headed iecr-'Ury ot the tr.-aaury 'ab.- j upon the marketa of lhl'ntte.1 Matee Th( Cr((, .,,,,,,,.,. fr, th ,lr,,n
lute option to interpret the word coin ; and foreign onunlriea aa honeat pr.M. , ,,,.,,,, nlllUof the .uie of Waahlng
to mean gold. . I net. and ha. Wn aold under falae i pre- j , , , , wt
"Let the government iaue treaury j tei.a. ami omlcr falae uatuee. tliere- ilUniN.rmau . ahowa that a total of 4..
note redeemable in dollar., with Volu , fore be it i 8;oU5, fw, of ,omN.r mmt nhiptmt lo
or ilrer or gold left out. They "Revived. Hy the heeeeinaker , ,,r,g n,i aa.ta.J feet to
hooldread; 'The I . K. will pay ou ; Aa!iation. covering an area of ca.un-1 omeatulo porU. maklug a (oul of
nemann uuino, .n-. tie-r'- pwy
Let the government atop apecie pay
menta ontil by coining 11 haa accuniu-
la ted 'quantum auf t releem with;
by that time all thi. 'lontiug' will have
oeaaed, aud notxaly will waul any coin,
the treaaury will lie filled with gold
and ailver a a ba.i., while the pajople
will have ampin paper circulation for
11 reOiremeuta." J.ibea Kerguaoii.
II la tetaa M Want.
Home of our n ader. may have con
trued an article iu laat week'. I'reu
to mean funiou with the Ik-miKrallc
party, Such il not the leaat. In our
intention, nor ran the article in iinea-1
tlon, if read can-fully, let oon.trued to
mean fualou, without the invitation
there attended lu the Democratic party
to f oU Ihe I'eople'a party ticket oould
b ao otin.trned. When any party ae
lcu oanrtM.tee, wen are generally e
lncted If piaailble, whiw peraianal pop
nlarlty will draw vote from the tippl
ing parly or partiea. When political
platform, are euanclated, the tame ob
ject la had In view vote oatchtug.
Ho, If w I'uull.U ahould aelect candt
dalaai who are oonaervatlv. men and
popular before the maaarw of the peo
ple, wa are bat following In the foot
step of poll Una I partiea that h.v el
l.ted aiuoa tb for mat loo of our gov.
aramenL II t freuenlly the eaaa that
run I nee of the minlty party are not
elaulaal fi Uieir personal popularity
la lach a minority party, but beoaoee
of their popularity liefor th graat
uaaeof lh pod, and who would ha
aowroaof additional atreiigtb to the
parly making th nomination. Ilea of
radical opinion, or partiea promul
gating radical reform, rarely gravl
MM to power. Men and partiea In or
der to attract lb maaae of the peopl
have to alwndoo many ot Die nn
rdlwl gnioud and beoomaooiierv
live. Thla la whal the 1'rea wnnld
lanaal the I'aople't party to da The
alog.n "Middle of the Koed I'opull.io"
say be vary pleaaing to the vanity of
h radlnal I'opull.t, but at oU
eaitnW, II la complete failure. Rad
icalism la almost any thing perUlolug
to the optaloua of men. It danreron.
la aajirvattia there la saftey. The
t-rty whenever II will
4.d la --;rtnt pollllc.l rrw.r.
Will pave iianmiuei ananj wi 1 mw
ilram messaras. It must Ao thit to 1 1
mra the vote of Ihs maaae of th ' Tb eorv
1U, snd without which II will called by posts
, never Nun' power. If by I
,oitii nf (hi, to xrnin, objections
I limit f the naha platform
. c nnugTl .are secured In place the Peo
ple' party lu power, it II lil much
mon prnbkbi (
wrongs llM '
that reformation u( tlui
are IvuMeuaome In Urn
people Willi r lit.xl limn byifnlitiuu-
111. . h.,1.1 iVl MVflfa.lIlM riA.ll.ll Villi..
1 mnl lh party never secures power?
! Can wc exHi'l (o correct tlm wrong
1 complained of tu our atnte government,
ln-for we have mcmla'ra enough lu lli
j legislature to enact reform Icgialatinu''
. fau we obtain an amendment In tlm
atate cotiatilullou, giving the people In
, Illative ami n'fcrcuduiu Uwa. twfore
; we Imvk the requlatt arvligll lu ll
Icglalaturo In iaa tint heooaaart roaolu.
' Imu? Now II takea votoa In reach thla
n-ault; ami the iwdicy ir theorv that
catchce the majority nf tlm vnli- nf
the peuulu la very .apt luUiabuul -IfM
Hence. U by aclectliiK aa our candl
limit meu w ho would ho acceptable to
conservative Dcuna-tata ami Kcpubll-
cans, we could elect all or part of our
tfrket, wnulil II iiol le wia.l.nn lo iln
ao' -r'in I'reM.
. I ..H. .na I h..r.
1 Kroin l.iuooln'a iiieauK I" the aoo
"u' aii.rti i the 1 Inrty aeVeiiUi "
are., to I frnj n.l in the roi.r,.mUl
tilnlw of the .Thirty
aeouiiil aivliiui, pajC" t I
"Mnimrvhy la ayiueliiuea h luteal at aa
a Mauihle rvfuK from the power of
, the people. In my pnaeut poaittou I
ooulil a'4nvl m juatlBeit were I lu
, nuiit raiaiiirf a warmiia vme aamal
thla appntaoli nf rrturniiiK ileapotiaui
II la uo uiiHleil or Iltlinu here thai a
treueral arKumrut aliould be inaile iu
' publm luatituliiuia. I Ait there
la uue uoiut with ooiiu. t i..n. not ao
hackneyed ai moat olhera. lu which I
; i mat lair la available only in counec-
; tluii with capital, that uohody lalam
; uuleaa aoiuebiKly nwiilliK capital aniiie-
i how by the uae of l tmluiM iheiu to
laUir. Iibor la prior lo aud imleprmt-
' ent nf capital. Capital la the fruit of.
never coulil have mated if
'" had mt nral eiiadnl. Ijil- r la
' 0Tlor of captul aud doaorvea
Inuoh Ihe hlglw-r conalderatioii. No
tiurrrena upon iheiu till all of
ahall be loat '
rlka.itra hav.raaakar . Alopl.l ( !
Hrauluiluaa anal Adjourl.il.
Madiaou. Wia.. Feb. 34 At the
fourth annual oonvetitlnii of the North-
I try embracing nut lea than I. fO0
ch- factorl. pnlucing annually ,
..... .u.wov.oov pou..... i,howa falling i.rf of ai.JUU.al feel
cheeM that we linait earneally urge 1 j-lluur
upou our repreeeuta lives auti aeiiawirs 1
lu Cong re that they give their infla- J
enoe and their vote iu favor of a na-1
lional act now pending which provltlea i
for an iutemal n vrnue Ui npon Oiled
cheeae, aud for the payment of liceliae.
by manufacturer., wholeaale dealer
aud n taller. of the article.
"Keaolved, That we approve of the
measnn-a Introduced by lylwanl Sauer
herlng, of Wlaconiln, which provldea
for the registration by Ihe treasury de
partment of Ute trademark, a bill
deigned to aeon re tu each state th
repuutlon which belong, to Its own
l l.enlenlly laelleed.
Salem, Feb. a 4. Several petition,
for pardont b.v recently been present
ed tu (iovernor Uird, Involving the
crimes of embestlement, robbery, for
gery, etc lo regard tu on from a
valley oounty, the governor said:
"I am Inclined not to leniently view
offenaes which, Ilk forgery, require
cars and deliberation for their corn
mllon, and am bound to suppose all
mitigating oiroum.Unoea ia thsgase
were presented to th Jury and consid
ered by the court when sentence was
The governor received Doitflcatton
today that tea Tenneaeee sipiajttion
will b held neil year. A destrw Is
eiareased that the next legislator will
make to approprlatioa for a sut
building for Oregon.
Ital Maelu al realeflleea,
WhlngUn, Feb. 14. Posttnaatcr
(ieneral Wilson today made public so
thaustlv sUtemeut showing th re-
oelpU of goll and paper reprcseoUtives
of gold at all Br.t and eecond-claa
piaHofnoes per month, and ellmtlng
Ihe proablbe aonual ranepls of gold In
II th offlosBtif ths United Hu tea oil
Ihs baait of their groas reoelpU fur th
yesr IHtfft. TbetoUl amount of gold
received per snnm from all first snd
amaud-claas offices Is given at $4,0H6,
176, and par month S40,4B. Ths
genet reoelpU of all classes of Binoey
from all olSoes In Ihs varlout sutes
,noora .ggreg.le 75..O.70fl.
nA gM .
of ths Bp pet
't'spld'l bow. "
' Hems ol General Interest
From Alt Sections.
i HKYKLOI'MKNT AND ' I'KOUUKNS
All Ilia I'lll.a an.l 1 uan. .r Ilia I'aein
ftlalaa anil Tarrlluilaa -
I'niaaer I ruklnu atea to annura a
A traiulnail of In waa ahl'jl nul
f the I'nl.'uaa, ixhujl aa wiek.
Ahoul iJii.tmo waa InltN hy thu uur-
Tha cltv council nf hverell la hack
lug ihn inaialial lu all I'ffnrl lo bring
n jualice a lot of Inaatibma who con-
Hue! thcmsclvc ilintfraiVf ully at the
Salvation Army iiiohIUik.
Altorney (iniiTrfl V. I. Jnnra la pre
parinu to liruiff laiforo the oourta the
Uiattoii of whi ther atone or luarhle
, on K.iveriiiiiout ',,n,l Uiakea the land
,",u,"l l" l- XopfaUoo ot the
J. M. Lively, pnmioier ami foumlrr
nf the I'orl Tuwaiui ateel wlia ami
nail worka, la authority for the alauv
uii'iit that (here la a poaalhillly that Ihe
wmka may le atarte.1 aiialu In the near
V. iJ llartholoiunw, olio of the ooru
mlaaiotina of I'n rvo eouuly, who waa
cnargn wuri pun-naaing county war
Ulow r. waa found nol fuilly
'7 O'" i-ourl, upon fetanreed aute
" ol laota
Keporta aeiit bak by thoae who went
down from )aveiiHirl to Ceulral
Auierica laal fall are very oouniolliitf.
Il la aald thai aeveral of the parly are
diaapp.iinle.1 . with Ihe country, aud
auiloua to (et lack.
There la morv activity lu Din in I una
lu Ihe Kettle Kalla dialrlot than at auy
tl'tua lu (he pail three year. Work
aa beeu proareaalug for four werka
on Ihe Silver luix-n. a uighl ami day
ah I ft of ui u Ikiiik employeiL
The t'uet Souud rmlui'llou work
at Kven'lt haa added another furnace
to tu auii'llliig plant aud will hereafter
imal copMir nri. Il haa on hand I. ion
tona the 1 lto e from Trail
Creek. Thla new addition will treat
fully JOO loo a nf ore ier day.
K. J. llrew.UT aud w ife are In Jail
al Tacoma, cliargml with thieving
Ktfty-two chlckena had la-eu atoleu
frota their neighbor, aud fifty nf them
were -found hi4det In the Hreaaaai
''bouau. Mra. Hrea.UT ttillel that
i ahe atolo Ihe chirkeu Sunday night
i while her huahaml waa abaeul with
the Salvation Army, lo wht. Il they
Work ha been bcguA at AnaiH.rUa
on two aaliuon aiiu.-ri'-a. one .r Ihe
:,..,.,,, 1f i.,,,,,... Tl.ta
o,,,,,,,. wllh thl. rwir,, for lM,wl,,a.r
A .liver-tip lie.r, the large! nf the
kind Beeu here In many yeara, wa. .hot
mill klllnfl laal UM.L Mlo.r. ,ltla,,
mhan tn,iulh f Hon,,a rWWj
Il i learned from hunter who have
depended for year upon their rifle
nd trap for a livelihood, that Ihe
weather ha. tacn so mild all winter
in the lower diouutaiua along Ihe
Snake river, that bear never onoe went
Into winter oartera.
The C'hinixik flah hatchery ha thl
eaton turned out over 1, 000, 'MM) parr
(young rhlmaik salmon) aud now ha
on band every 300,000, which stain
will be ready lu turn out. The parent
flih are takeu from flah trap 1n ilaker'
bay, towed in crates to Chinook river
and placed In the river above the dike.
there left unfit they oome lo maturity
aud aanend the stream to apawn, when
they are again caught In a slat trap,
ths egg. Uken from tbcm and pot Into
Ths moat active tins of bualnea on
Poget sound daring ths Doming seson.
say. ths Fot-lntellignoer, will on
doubtedly be that of canning salmon.
Tba unmher of canneries will be mors
than quadrupled. Heveralnew can
neries are to be locstad down Sound,
three at Anaoortes, on at Richardson,
Han Joan oounty, and mora r talked
of, bat not definitely decided dpoa. In
Seattle harbor, according to person In
a poaitton to know, there Is likely to
In au addition of thlw oaocerlea, and
nua of them seemt to bs certainty.
Il will be loo tod si West Hostile.
Clamming parties are now fa anion
able at coast poinu In Carry county.
The tairnll of (Hataop county hi.
been turned over to thasherlfl -for out
There It a movement amocc the
farmers of Dooglat oounty to establish
a oo-operatlvs ttnra.
Ullverton will try to aecurs a oollega,
alu1 by ths Liberal societies of Ore
gon and of ths United Bute.
Ths managers of ths Athena broom
factory have decided not to mova ths
lu.tttotlon lo Walla Walla.
Trior Is quits a rivalry among ths
I town of Ka.Urn Oregon and Wa.hlnf
Ion for Ihe plane ol holding the unit
Bremeti't tnuruameut. I'mnllctou haa
ecunl a pledge of 1HH nf Ihe lieoea
aary $Mu lo entitle II to a ehaun for
The Klamath liver U full of Hue
aalmou, aud gieat ,uahUVIa are Iwlng
oaughl and marke(ed every day,
Medfurd'a aclioolhouaa ia (o floal un
(Sr a new fiO American lluf when
opened, a aubacrlpdon 1 lug cliculaled
to i lee the money.
Cattle buyer, are ou (lie grouud In
Lake oounty early thla year. Alntady
two from Colorado are going over the
northern part of (he county looking for
Already report, of cnp pnwpeot. are
la'gluiilug to come from Wanoouaty i
They are Very flattering, ami II la aald
fall grain never baikml ao well al (Ilia
aeaaon of the year l'fore
The oily eoulictl nf tlraiil'a l'a ha 1
paaaed au ordinance pnihlliltlug laiya
frUhl amoklllg nil the alrreta, alao, one
forbidding Ihe poating of obaoeiie piwl '
er. or picture In Ihe city 4
A boat I. Iielng built lo run ou the
tiwer Klamath river l)v. .uiuuier. It
w ill lie a .Ingle-dea lt aleru w heeler, liti
feet long and I'J feet w Ide, pnipidlcd ;
by a IUil4 cylinder englmv
Sherman county farmer, are prepar
lug to put lu larger crop of grain till.
aprlng than for many year pa at. The
favorable weather for plowing I en
oouraglng lo fanner all through Kaat
eru iregou. ,
Work on the wiadeii mill bulldiuga
In'l'endlaaxdi ia advauclug rapidly And
will I completed Iwfore the reuialuder
of Ihe machinery arrive, w hlch will
tat alaiul the middle of Uelt month.
The valid iiy of Ihe lea- made by
Waaco county lo Ihe ll.aal Hirer I. um
ber lug Company, whereby Ihe com
pany la granleal the right ti charge for
material floated dow u the river, wall
pnibably be teatod lu the court.
I'oat mailer Cniaaeu. of The lll
baa a teller iroiu Ihe war department,
aaking a recoiumeluallon for the pro'.
ImmhnI alte of Ihe f InU.nou public build
lug lo be erected lu The iJvlle. lu the
event Senator MiUhell'. bill become,
J. II. Illudmau. au on-h.rdi.t of
Weatou, aay. that the pmapecU nf fruit
tin year are very gol. In at-veral
ba-alilli-a the bud are already .wolli-n,
aomelhlng uuuaual at thi. lime of year.
The frultui'ty bar i.liv.l, which, if
v. to, would la- damaging.
The youngijat captai.i on the road,
i. lorota Olaen, nf the term, who ta t
year old, aud ha beeu In charge of
Ihe acboouer (lain for right .uiontha
The (tent wa. formerly oommalideil by
hi father, wtiQ tnet diU. on Uaird lh
Vnaael, while lb oU 'VA employed a.
bUr mall aervlc ha been dlacou
liuued Iwiween I'ortlaud and Ib-thauy,
anl tvlweeu lltll.boru aud (tleucoe,
to Uke effect March 7, Special mall
crvli-e wilt be dlaonutinueil March T
to l-uot, Waliiugloo oounty, fnnu
Olenivai, aud o I'luli'to, aame tlouuly,
11 lae ha aold her f 3&,ooo ldewalk
taiud at par. . They la ar u per celit III
(ereet and run eeveu year.
The Northern I'aclflo railway haa
Juat taaucd a valuable folder that I
devoUtd eiclaaively to the Net I'erce
A numlair of Moscow citlscns InU'r-
eated In mining have organised a
branch of the Northwest Mlulng Aa
octatlou. The branch ha. a tuemla-r-ahlp
In the mall service from Vanwyck
to Meadow, the poetoRloe demrteiont
ha. directed that permlaalnn given
Mtmters at termini lu deliver mall
lo carrier one hour In advance of sched
ule lime, provided 110 connection are
broken and no oomplalnl bs made.
' The state of Idaho ha been und by
llutU) oontraotor fur rt,74l 3.V for
work ou Ihe aUI wagon road. Theae
contractor built a portion of the road
In Icmhl county, afterward il w.
washed away by .priug freaheU, and
the board ordered them to rebuild It
Their bill la for ths rebuilding, sud
the sUle lajard of ei. miner, refused to
pay It, hence the lull.
Despite the bad road, travel has al
ready oommeuond to ths Jfea I'oroe
reservation aud it 1. estimated that
1,600 white settler will be on their
claim before June. The new city of
Net Porx is slready ths aoene of so
tlve bu.lnea oieratlon. A nw tUge
and mail Una will be In operation by
April I from thl ploe, which will
give direct communication with the
terminus of Ihs Spokane A Palouae
branch of tba Northern Paolflo rail
(kal hat bean discovered nesr Hins
dale, about eighteen mile, from Olaa
gow, which ta aald to bs of a good cok
ing grads and Is great abaodanoa.
' An Improved m Inert- cage hat been
patented by Montana) art!, ths prin
cipal feature belag S Method of doing
away with the aoatdsw ta Jlfeand litub
and tha de.troctlon if property In
mines u.log tha old tfjW obalra.
A Sua quality of aabsstoa hat been
found near Red Lodge, which give
very Indication of bisg valu.bl
discovery. At a depth Si only a few
feel ths fibres show a vlength of fully
sli Inches and ha thsV ppoarano of
being of fins quality v '
Tha part year aWaatsata of cattle
from tha sum sxossVM that of any
year In ths history olcaauaa. The
thlpmsnu out of durlnf ths
yssr amounted toll beaa; suogn-
tared for horns v-. 60.000
hssd. maklne- at bead.
Tb average pr v
over 186 per'
tndottrr bri I llttit
- . .
Events ol the Day In a Con
OK m-KUKHT TO ALL EKAHKUH
llewa ml lnurtanM rraia Itumaatl
a4 faralga are. - fraam
I Ike IHaiMlake.
Thoinaa llowea lllui kley. all artlal
of wide faiiiii, died In ItoaUm.
ChlcaK'i clothing cutter and trim.'
mere have ordeded a alrike, and JO, 000 '
aie throwii out of work. - ,
Meiula'r of Ihe IrUh parllaiiieutMry
party have c Inr ted llillou a. Ihe new '
vhalrniau to .uooeed Juallu McCarthy.
The ancret.ry of ihe interior ha. ap- i
nrov.wl I1.1 ,.f .,iu,iv ..1 .,
Im tiil m Oregon city laud diatict, Or
egon, by the Oregon 4k Caltforula rall
ruad, under Ita grant.
John I.. Waller, confined in a .French
prlaou, haa ieeii grauleil a panfoii by
I'reaideut raure, due l i (he repreacnta-
iUmt u. ,y the Culled SUtee gov
rrumeUt m the pr lazier a la-half.
The Kltcott Siiir building alriLe
iu Huffalo, N. V., 1. ende.1. aud a
Ihouaaud or more workmen have re
turned to woik. The difference -Iween
Ihe auerliileiideiil and the nnui
have laiu auucablv aettlil.
A factory for (he making of reme
die almllar in nature to th pniprle:
Urr luedlclue uuw on the market la
to be atarti d by Chicago reuil drug-
itlata. A malorltv of the cttv Lharma- '.
. data are lulereateil, ami they
hope to ,
drive the patent tucdlclue uiakera
from the Held. dow, ami five olhera more or lea injured
A la. I traul from Ihe Sound . , !' fire in the residence uf Jauiee K.
; gn.wing to audi au eutent that Ihe ra- Arminger. a prmiln. nl jarwrler of llal
, clcfl Coaa( Sleamahlp C.lnpany ha tie tlmore, Md.
ci.lml to put another aU-amer. the Mci- Al Seney, Mich., ftaar men were
loo, ou the route. In addition to Ihe
Toa-k and At Kl, which are uow
crowded every lirp with freight aud
weiiger for Ihe North.
A lead lug Stai.tah--licwapaper I
nuoled aa aa.lD "Ilia not for flw.
Cnitcd Stte. gnrrmmrnt to give
Spatu leaeona in humanity. Thaw
who live In glaaa bouw-a should not
throw atom- Let the I'ulUtd Slatea
government jml down lynching J
fore II lead u our duly to the Cuban
luaurgeula." , A London px.-il the Natal
Hope I about abaudoiitl for the Tlm.-a claim lo have Uie beat author
barkeiiline DistMivery, owueil by I 'ope Hy fr the kUtrmeut that Ihe South
A Talkx, ul kWa ('miuimu.; The -we- I Afrinan republic will, on the fifteenth
el la now out tweuiv-elithl day from anniversary of the Iba-r victory over
fort (iamble, loaded with luiular.
hlie waa cuiiinaundid by -Captain
Chriati'liaeii. There Were twelve in. u
In her, aud there 1. acarc. lv auv chance
of the in turning up alive.
Al a manked ball In I.iVUmi fire
broke out ami a panic followeil. Men,
women and chlldreu Juiupeil from Ihe
window, aeriou.ly Injuring them-.
elve. Frleud. of llio reveler, ruahed I
into the burning building to
id In the
work of n-acue, and many of them
were caught by Ihe flamea. Thua far
forty-four bodice bare been taken out ,
llarou lllauc, of Home, Italy, mlu- I
later of foreign affair, authoriaea the
announcement that I'reaidenl Cleve-1
land, having divide.! to accept the po
sliiou of arbitrator to settle ihe quia-'
tlou iu dlapute IhIws. uty and lira- I
il, a proisMi ha liei'ii algned, refer- j
ring to hi arbitration all claim thai
are not amicably acttlrd by the two '
oountriea within two mouth.. .
I According to advlcea received at
'l-ort Town-end from Alaska b, the
' .teamer l it, of Topeka. Ihe I'.-uk of
'joueao haa failed, owing depoaitor
.about flu. 000. There are no assets Stale Senator Wur, of New York,
j J. N. Harrison, the bauk's oaahicr aud i li pn-pared a bill which wilt be pro
I manager. Just before the steamer sail- j vntcd the legialature very stain
ed. waa arrested for larceny by emta-i- which authnrisce the city to purchase I
tlement of 400. The caehier and hi ' ul romove the Kdgar Allen Poe cot-I
brother operated the
bank aa a loiul
Robert Iiuliglin, of Augusta. Ky..
who reported bia bonao burnetl by
murderer, who tucked him with
knive. and whose wife and niece were
burned In Ihe building,' ha confeud
that be waa the munlervr. The gen
eral theory I that be first assaulted
his niece, and then killed her and hi
wife lo hide hi crime. He denies
thl, however, and aaya he ' could not
tell what put it In bi mind to rain
them with a poker while they were
Au explosion of dynamite taxurrred
at Vtnndendorp, South Africa. and
ths poor quarter of the town haa been
blown to pieoea. Hundred of houses
are In ruin, and Uu havuo wrought la
fearful. The windows of every house
In Johannesburg were broken by the
explosion. The dynamite that caused
ths oaUttrophe filled eight truck, and
made a hole thirty feet deep. Forty
desd. nealry all of them horribly mu
tilated, were uken front the ruins, and
the search I not yet oom pin ted. Two
hundred ot ths mial severely Injured
war admitted to th hospital, where
Chains Chfiity. of Waverlv. Kan
a young lawyer, hat Ju.t arrived from
Cuba, whore ha waa a prisoner. He,
with about 400 other, were captured
In one battle near Havana. All but he
and fifteen other American Were lined
op and shot . Th American con.nl
saved them. Chrl.ty 1 a member of
one of (he pioneer families of Coffey
oounty. He Is an aothualaitlo Cuban
patriot, and claim thsy hava every
thing on tha Island aiopet Havana,
and that that will aoon falL H also
ay that ttnoa th new Bpanlah gen
sral hat takao oomamnd no prisoners
A deal ia aald to have been made be
tween tha Southern Paolflo and the
Seaboard Air Una, wharsby all Ihs Irs f
flii which can poaalhly be diverted to
the formor'. HuiiM-t route will be dio
llvi rd by the latter at New Orleau.
ThU deal I. oonldimd to be a' direct
blow at Ihe Southern ractllu' dlreut
uoiiuectlou. at Ogdeil. IU olijii'l i.
aald In m to divert aa much trafflo a
ptmalhle from the (Vutral I'auiflo road,
the Southern I'aolflo having entered
upon a deliberate ami ayatemalio policy
of liupovei lulling til at part of IU ya-t-in,
with the view nf frightening the
t'11! ted nutca to anttle IU claim,
galnat that rwd 011 the eaalral teruia.
. Irving Fleming committed .umide,
by cutting hi. throat with a raaor, at
Hill Nye, the famoua humoriat, illiil
at hi home In Aahevlllle, N. C, from a
paralytic atnke. '
lialiinl (laleui'la, reaidlug near Spo
kane, killeii iiimaeir l.y ah'jotlng hira
aelf through the heart.
The entire family of Jaonb Jaooili
n-i-ii iu iiiuwiiuai,
"nr N""" ,,u,r
"oal a love.
111 , by ga. from a
I Ihe president ha. algned Ihe bill ei- lioll, or that it would be .u.taim-d.
' lending Ihe operation of mineral land j The facu r that .liver aold a. low
! law. to the north half of the Colvill" a fUc; and the prloe raiind .tKiut UOo
; Indian ruaervatlou. ' for aii moutha. Titer v.-a. by raon
i A large amount of apurlou. coin in ' "f "' legi.laliou. maUirial curtail
: Ihe ahap of Au-cenl aud (I piece ha. , a,m,t ' J"xlu''llon.
tan fouud lo be In clnuUttou at' Shrewd people, who knew the oom-
At a uie-ting of Irl.h-Anicricau.
held lu New York, resolution, were
edouled demanding the releaae of all
political prlouer. confined iu Kuglt.h
K. It. Campbell, et-clerk of the
t'lilti d Male illalriul ' ooorl, wa ho(
'm' y "u "n' "ta.rl
,M Naahvtlle, Tnn.
tampbell ha. tau regarded
were a.phyilated, one ,
fatally hurl by Jumping from a win
killed and arven erinuly lujureit by
a ateaau log-hauler at a lomla-r camp,
The engine became unoellrotlable and
rau down the road at full peed, catch-
lug Uie meu before oaoapa wa poaaibla.
Another biggUll ha reawllwl the
. 1'reaidio lu ban . rraiiclaco. It waa
haule.i to the top of the ridge back of
Fort I'oinl. Thla la the aeooud SO ton
rifle lo la- added to the Fort t'otut bat
tery aud complete the trio ordered for
' thi ooaat aeveral year. ago. '
the llritlah under Oi'lieral (Villi v kl
Mrfjutm hill, pria-laliu Ita indeandenc.
The gre tailors' strike, which ha.
Ixcn 111 fon-e several weeks in many
cltn-a in tiermany, hu. been rmltyl by
the employe!, grautlng li1, per oeut
Incn-Hae of wagea. The aeamatnieaea' 1
strike, a movement allied to (he tall- j
or.' strike, i. alao ou the eve of a act-
Arthur C. Newsan, the former Hrit- '
lah msglalmte at Cednai, Trinidad,
who waa a muted in llrut-klyn. July 7. 1
laal, charged with having eiubrtsled ,
ahoul 1100,000 belonging to the llrit
lah government, ' haa beeu acquitted ;
after two trials, aud has been act al .
The monitor Muuadiiurk ha. been '
formally placed in ootumiaetou at
Mare-i.land navy yanT, San Francisco.
The Mnnaduock wsi commeuotxl twelve ,
years ago, and bar dragged along at .
I,,l.,r..l. V... ..fll.wr. .1.. 1.
. , . ..',., ,
U'Z I S' m J Z7.Z XTS
; n"M her wn ""lu,t lln
tage. llio Ini: pruv ulna lor an appro
priation of f.'iO.OOO, which
sura, it Is
estimated, will cover all expenaea.
Jamea Fittgcrald wa hanged at St
Loui tor the murder of hi sweetheart.
Auuie Neaaeua, on the night of Novem
ber (4, IHUS. The rope broke snd the
victim lay struggling on the ground
beneath Ihe gallows. The doctor
found PiUgerald still couactoua. Httrn
ulatita were given aud b revived. . A
new rope waa nut tor and an hour
later Ihe alck and trembling, but very,
nervy victim, wsi again Uken to the
scaffold. ' Thit time there waa no
Under the new postal appropriation
bill the accret Inspection of letter car
rier by apecial agenta will be (topped.
The bill provide in.tead, that there
hall be thirty additional postoffloe in
spector, who ahall be assigned to ths
free delivery servloa exclusively.
While these men will be nominally
under the authority of the fourth as
aidant poatma.ter-general, they will
be aahjeot lo the orders of the first at
iaUut and th superintendent of ths
tree delivery service. They will de
vote their time exclusively to the tn-
pectbm-fjf ttia-frea-dellvery "service.
snd will pursue the tame method, pur
ued by th peolal agent. 1
The aeoreurtrt ot tha American Bap
tist Miiory , Union, th American
Baptl.t Publication rkwlety and the
American Baptist Rduoatlonal Society,
oling under the advlo and authority
of their respective board, at a meeting
held In Philadelphia, unanimously
voted that it It impracticable to bold
tba annlvarsartea tn May in Portland,
Or., aoonrdlng to tha previous arrange
ment aud announcement Tba recent
destruction by fir of th Baptist Pub
lication Society building la Philadel
phia la given as on reason- Aa lnvi
Utlon to tiold tha anniversary al As-
I bury Psrk, commencing May 10, bs
HIGHEST IN MONTHS
Silver Bullion Sold For Sev.
UISK INSYMrATIIY WITH I O.M)0.
aignlflraul mt a Kavl.al
of lnleret In ailver Mlnaa au4
New York, Feb! . Silver bulliou
aold at Ihe high".! price- today that It
haa reached lu many month.. There
j wa. au appareullj gowlonu.ul demand,
which advanced the rate to To oeuta.
jThuriae wa aharp, and iu ..mpathy
! with au unward movement in London.
I Hulllou tie ler declared that- they did
iiiiiimuwui any neiiuile cauae lor Ihe
, foipiovument. They did not agree
; (Hal the advauoe wa. due to iiecula-
niercirfi value 11 .liver, begao caulluu.-
; ly buying and aocumulating bulliou.
j A large amount Jia. ieu a bur bed for
eipori, a legitimate OmttnenUl de-
uiAnd having prevailed for a b rig time.
The upply ha alao been- reduced by
i the demand foi manufacturing pur-
. poaea. .
For u-ii month ihe pn e w. fluctu
ating aUmt 00c, and during the pa.t
. three week and until yealerday 6Uc
j wa the limitation. The advanoe b.a
: taken mi long a. to escape general al-
teutiou. Stmultaneoualy with the ad
vanoe came decided improvement iu.i
niluiug ia-k, which ia regarded a.
iguitlcaut of a revival of internet in
ailver mini- and brighter pnaipectr.
Seventy five-cent ailver mean much to
the great industry and would uudoubt-
edly pr.aluoe another ailver boom.
' Klvhaligii lu Iudia ha. lavu kepiug
pace with the at rung tue of the ailver
market, and in Londou yealerday wa.
' at the top notch. At the same- time
production ha not kept pace with the
demand, the miner having turned
their attention to gold-digging. "
THE BERMUOA SEIZED.
a anther rtlibaaterina; Kip ait 1119a
. Nipped la Ihs Had.
New Y'uik, Feb. art. The iron
steamer bermuda, flying th British
(-g, wh bosriW sn-C-'aed by revs-
Mu tMleei1-a- IrfBFfr MSU'. '.itm tast
night. The liormuda baa been under
wawh of Spanish spies for sntns time.
They bed reawaa to believe h had
Ixi'U bought by 4 he Cuban revolution
ists, aud wa. tttting not a. a filibuster.
She ha. U-eii anchored oil Liberty i.l
aud since laat Saturday, aud yestenlay
there was evidence that she waa pre
paring for sea
Al II P. M., juat after a large party
of Cubaua bad gone aboard, the reve
nue cutter Hudson steamed alougaide,
aud the boarding party arrested all on
the Bermuda. At midnight the reve
nue cutter Chandler lUrted dowu the
bay to catch a lighter loaded with am
munition and to look for auother party
ot Cuban who had started lo board the
The Bermuda, an Kugliah-built
'.earner, wa receutlv purchased -by a -Arm
suapecUd of )eiLg in league with
1 ine revolutionary party, lji-i naiurnay
he wa takcu to the coal do. ks at Port
I.iU-rty . and (here coiilcd up. Then
' . ... . r
he went to the Lilierty Island anchor-
'"- Wh-" the lug ran alongside the
marah.l. aud P.nkerton niea .warmed
aboard. No nitanoe wa offcnd by
Uie frightened crew and Cuban wbo
had ju.t come aboard. Every man wa.
wised. Among the captive wa Oen
eral tlarcia'. son, ' and several other
Four bag. of gold were seised by the
marahala, aud a quantity of ammuni
NOT POPULAR IN HIS TOWN
4 ftewapaperHiaiTa Oelflt Hurned by
Mitchell, 8. D.. FeK 86. The entire
outfit of the Mitchell Mail, paper,
prcasea, type, etc , wa Uken into the
tr. et thi morning aud publicly
burned by an orderly body of bnaines
men. The editor of the paper, Robert
MoBridc, ha for a long time atUcked
various public institution and promi
nent men, noUbly the late John D.
Lawler, president of the First national
bank. Several yeara ago McBride mar
ried Mr. Lawler's .t.ter-in-lw, the
weil thy daughter of Ueneral Hturgia,
V: S. A. After a few year, Mra Mo
Bride secured a divorce and MoBride
then began hit attack, upon ths buti
nea and personal character of Mr.
Lawler. Much indignation was
aroused, and Saturday night citiaena
met McBridt and offered to buy out Ms
plant If he would ga elsewhere. He
greed, but later decided to withdraw
from the bargain. Th oitisent there
upon appointed one of their number to
tot aa agent tor McBride, and then
paid the money agreed upon, and , took
the property out aud deatroyed it The
committee la looking for MoBride and
will auggect that be mov elsewhere.
Th raelfle Cable t'oaapaar.
New York, Feb. 29. A oertiSoaU
Increasing the oapiul (took of th Pa.
clflo Oabl Company from $1,000,000
to 110,000,000 w filed today in tha
oounty clerk's office. The ttook it to
be divided Into 100,000 tharea of the
par value of 1 100 each, and th direct
or ar Jams A. Heymour, J. Ken
nedy Tod, Edmund L. Baylia. J. Pier
pout Morgan and U. S. Bowdoin.
In 1890 ther wr 100 praollolcg
peutiat In th UnlUd But.