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Attorneys at I .aw
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MONEY TO LOAN !
ON IMPROVED FARMST-
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SHERWOOD BURR. Eugene. Or
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SEE THE IMEW STOCK,
DAY & HENDERSON'S.
Yonr Attention is Called to
We are aleo propareJ to Itake your meaaure for a Suit made to order, A perfect
fit guaranteed. HKK Ol'K l.AKUK LINK OK 8AMT1.KS.
howe & rice;
SDecial Call for a Farmers MeBtini
There have been minor, recently aet afloat that certain tranaac
tioni have taken place, which vary much effect, tba whole farming
romruunlty of loe coonty, and as a re-ult a baaty Inveatigation of
the aame waa mala by a Committee ot One Hundred Karmera on laat
halurdav, and so sUrlling waa the effect of their work, that they deem
It but proper that a public meeting of all the Karmera of Una county
ahould ha called to aaeerable at W. 8ANPKRS' Store in Kn.ene at
tha earliest poeal tile date, to ronrlrm tba fart, that ha ia selling hi.
entire stork ol Clothing, Boots, Hhoea and Dry Goods cheaper than
any merchant In K.ngene, and the Karmara of Itne county should
" take advantage of the sarna whlla ths opportunity is nVred 1 Ik,-
Ttrtt Dion Hirtk t Irian Init, ff IllisitU Strut
WllliioitU St , ktt. 7tk lad Sib. Iu(b, Or.
All kind of Bread, C.k.e. Piss, tic
Always on Hand.
Meal. Iruiii IS to M mil.. cent
lunch counter in rumiM tiun.
Orders rw.it. mint attention.
Tli patron., of Ilia public rierl
W. O. ZEIGLKR,
C. I. lOUJtl, PROP.
A lull iii'1 f rvrrihlic Ihai l k (! tu I
first Cw MlAbllihrnrul kept Urtt, ava ht,
Muih. tul W$..i.rh h will u lai
turn U'ib atfonlcd lu ib .alUy.
FARMERS. AND STOCKMEN
Wv1n IV '$t.lt H-t nl ttlirrii f"f ) w I I
It by CeM Ulltlrg tt?iuf til II
I uii wiiiaoti.v ntr.r'
Mb f K!u .
ri at ttia
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Loan and Savings Bank
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J. ft llama.
H. D. Tame.
J. K. Koliinwa.
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PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,000.00
A General Hanking Huaint-e Tranit.
artel. Interel .llo.e-l on tune le-
rwita. Iligbeat t'ali KaU-a I'aul for
ily and Coanly Warranta.
Chairs and Rugs
Our Large and, Complete Line
of One Hundred"
ny t.niu it.
Why dou'l tlio fxil pimpln waka p
Fruaperoaa llmna, theau for Ilia
Hmaa pMipla bava bouuta bxpuutlatd
with Una of refurm, au Uiat Ihny
oau aua nothing alaa.
Horr, llurr, llurr baaauyborijr heard
of Ilr Uw-ly? Wandnr if ha got buck
to New York all right?
Htatlatlna ahuw tb.t the a?erga dalljr
product of eauh wurkwr U worth f II.
Hut tba worker, don't get It
The gold hug. go into jjaiiin. over
the "f0 cent" ailvrr dollar. Wbal'a
the matter with the balf-ortit paper
l.'iivleHaiu la a mighty alrk man, and
the ttreaeut diictor. It ia plain to Le
aeen, are lu league with the under
If yon don't like thia paper dou't do
a thing fiT It if yon like it, do eome
thing. hulxMrit. yooraelf. and-urge
other, to do likuwlae. 8ee7
Ten thouiaud rruahela of wheat ia too
much .alary for oar coagre.eui.-n them
day. oou.id.rlug tbe quality of the
If (irtiTer Cleveland ian't getting a
fat "divvy"n the bonddeal.be might,
a. wi ll for the people will believe it '
. The blgge.1 of all the tru.ta ia the :
money tru.l ami it ia not only lob
bing tbe people but plundering Uncle j
Ham aa well, tueer the fool people do
"Kir.t it waa the atone age,
bronae age, then tbe iron age,
now it la tbe mortgage." -Denver Re-;
publican. Yea; and tbe old party pa- j
per. are doing what tbey can to per-',
pet u. to the laat. j
"Tbere a plenty of money in u,e i
oountry If you bave anything to aell" j
0..le.itber.'aan ov.roroduotlou. and '
then ooIkxIv wanta to buv. Tbe farmer
cau-.ha it bolb eointf and com I u a
railroad iu tin. oouurtv could now be f
built for 12,400,000,000. and yet tbe
tMwifila ara rvim i .e 1 livt to n.v in terea I
and dividend, on .TI.MI.60S.
Wh.t .hnwl nr. ihronh the I
gold bug prea. over a alight lucrvaae in j
wag a but they are very careful not to
aay anything uf tbe cut down and cut
i down, and out down and cot down ot
the paat few yeara.
We are a Thomas Joflersnn, Andrew
JackKio Democrat and an Abe Lincoln
TRepuUtcanTin to one. Wfist ihe-TAe
i deuce are your . A John Bbernian Demo
i oral, or a drover Cleveland Republioan
; wktoh? .
j The gold bug. prate about gold be
ing the money of tbe world, when it ia
not money of the world, but merely a
commodity tbe world over eo is wheat
and so are diamonda. There ia no socb
thing as a money of tbe world.
btatietice go to abow that each work
er adda eleven dollars a day to tba
wraith of the country. And yet the
work. ra get so little of thai wealth!
Ian 'I it about time the workers insisted
upon having what tbey produced andj
let the drones get to work or starve?
Are the people cf this country fit to
be free men? We belgn to doubt it
They secui to glory in their rags and
slavery creating all tbe wealth, but
enjoying so little of it Tbey go to
the pill, and vote aa they are bidden
by their party boaa and lay tt all onto
the other party becauee timea get no
Of course the banking buainess does
not pay. Witb a capital .lock of leea
than ene billion dollars (leea than oo
siitielb of the wealth of tbe nation)
tbey aocumolate one-teuth ($300,000,.
000 1 ot the annual increase in wealth
ot the oountry. tVrtatnly, tbe poor
bankers should, be- granted greater
You will see 35o wheat in this coon-
try if you dou't look out Better "sow
the aeed and spread the light" Work
for the paper, that are fighting your
battle. and quit supporting those pa-
per. which are in the employ of the
gold-bug., and advocating a policy
which, if sucoemlul, will be sura to
run wheat down to 8&o.
According to the census reports of
18 DO the msuuufacturers of the coun
try net SO per cent over and above all
eipenaea, on their investments. Where
Is tbe farmer wbo can pay himself a
bundaome salary, pay bia belp, operat
ing eipenaea, and secure a dividend
upon the capital be bat invested In
bis farm, buildings snd machinery?
Then is only one place for Tom
Jefferson DemocraU and Abe Lincoln
Republicans, and tbat is in ths Popu
list Tarty. Hut they wilt never learn
People's Party principles by reading
out parly papers.
It is Interesting to note that accord
ing to oeusus reports, corporate iovest-
meit per mile in railroads outside of
New Knlgand are three times what they
are in the New Knlgand states. It Is
not because the railroads cost leea In
New Knlgand, but because tbey were
built before the corporations caught
onto the trick of watering their stock.
That's the Utile joker In tbe woodpile.
If war should break out tn this
oountry totnrrow yon would see toe
"pstriotlo" gold-buggers rush to the
treasury with their paper money foe
redemption in gold, snd the first hundred
million presented would eleaa out the
treasury. Then tbe reat of tbe paper
money holders would be "In the Soup
eo far at redemption was eoncerned.
A ooin basis always wss fraud, and
ever will be a fraud.
Tbe gold-buggers are lately elalmlug
tbat silver was not surreptitiously
knocked out in 'Tl. President U. 8.
Grant said it waa Either Grant lied.
or tbe gold-buggers are lying now.
But Grant told the truth.
Gold-bugs conn.lder it a "stunner
to ask a man which he would rather
bave a taa-dollar gold piece or ten
allver dollara. Very naturally moat
people would prefer tbe ten dollar gold
pterm Not uro.oa U ia worth any
mitre, but Iwoauea of Ita e uvnoienoe.
And, for the aame rani, we would
rather ba" a ten-dollal gneulmck or
U n greeiiheck dollar till, than either
the ten-dollar gold pteoe or the ten all
ver dollar.. ,
Mr Republican: You LLuie Demoo
tmny for tbe bard time we are having
now aa If we didn't have bard tiniee !
when tbe Hepablican party waa la full
awing, (trover baa airnply followed
out tbe policy of Hen H.rrivm. liar
n.on, Keed, MoKlnley, John Hber
man, and all tba reat of your big lead
era endorae Grover'e flaancial policy.
Theea are facta bey on 1 diopute.
A Republican told o. the other day
that be didn't believe in our govern
ment loan plank. Ua a. id thote wbo
had tbe eecurity would get the money
-.PVT.1 ! . k . 1 "t B
got tba htOe fact ibnl banker, now get !
currency back at a Ul of I per cent .
a. a iua u a ww at av " ''US O
no' pr out, 1n 4tadc! - if
mr Joan plank IB Our I'latfora ,
oould borrow money at all, could bor-
'row of the government at 3 per cent ,
I Tk,- w nn. t. tv,. ,.i.v. i
crowd are the aame fellowi who daring
the war denounced tbe greenback, aa
"Linooln'a raga," "flat tra.b," etc
and yet three aame raga aaved tbe na
tion while eowardlf cold and ailver
! .look .w.'y'out of aigbt. And we
I never bad more proaperoo. tireea in
thia oountry than when there waa not
Is K"'t' dollar nor a ailver dollar In cir-
audi"0 1' " tneae are lauia anowo to.
"er7 mino.e-agea m.a .u ..... country,
If. aa aome people argue, we mu.t
bare gold (eu 1 ailver) to uae in aettling
balancee witb foreign oountriea, we
can atill abip tbem thew- meula Fcr
convenience aaka tbe government
m'Kn be,n !! .bare, aumping
wtth lu w1hl nd Uneneaafld
,he lu through
would be lar leea tnan now.
do not Uae our gold or
... . v.u. ' ' ' ;
i rota time we run acroaa
P ho "J-
Oh, politics don't
bother me. I don't trooble myself
a boot them." It ia Ko bad that this
claaa of people are allowed to vote at
all for when they do vote'it is a vote
against some man wbo due. think, and
tries to vote for the benefit ot all the
people. Thia.. has
i .,, tt,. .,M. '
lib tbia oountry-
and the result ia
that those who produce tbe wealth of j
. me oouniry am i nave m wuiie ue
who prod ocw iwthiiig ere getting in or-
dinstely rich. Tbe msn wbo ssys be
tskes no interest in politics confesses
himself an asa
England la on a gold basia. Sbs is
tbe creditor nation of tb world. She
holds fiom twenty to twenty-five
billion dollar of foreign bunda. mort
gages and the like. It la to her inter
eat to iucre.ee tbe value and power of
ber investments in every wsy possible.
Benoe it is tbat she wanta this ooun
try on a gold .basii
We have more .
Tories In this country today than in the
days of Benedict Arnold and she psys
them for their dirty work, too. Tbe
gang divided up something like five
hundred thousand dollara for knocking
out silver in 1873 and tl ey haven't
been forgotten since than either.
Those people who know anything
and are talking about an International
agreement as to the ratio between gold
and ailver know full well there will
be no international agreement Eng
land, fur inatance, la "not built that
way." . Ber citixena hold aome twenty
billion dollars worth of the securities
of other nations It is to her interest
to have at many of the nations on a
gold basis ss possible for it makes her
holdings sll tbe more valuable. The
600,000 that Ernst Seyd spent in this
oountry wss a mighty good investment
for her Shylocks. It waa bread east
upon tne waters snd naa return a :i
them many fold sinoe then.
We find the following little item in
tbe Chicago Inter Ocean, a protection
sheet: "A license tax foe American
drummers in England ia one of the
remediea proposed for inereasing tale
of American goods there." And atill
we must hare protection to keep ont
the pauper-made goods ot Europe!
He "My remark waa a trifle com
plicated." She "Yea; the triviality
and complication ware distinctly risi
ble." Washington Btar.
The herd of Buffaloa In Austin
Corbln't game preserve, on Croydon
mountain, N. H., now number fifty.
The N..t Korl Weedlaa.
Tbe marriage of Princess Maud of
Wales aud lrince Charles of Dearuatk
I. to take place at the Cliapel Royal, 8t
Jamea palore, early In July, and tbe
arrangement, will be much the same as
ou the urcn.ion of tbe weddiug of the
Duke and Duchem of York, with a car
riage prnrekKion from Buckingham pal
so, aud a luncheon there after tbe cere
mouy. Tbe honeymoon will be passed
W hv W.lae I. ta.
It Is ssid In London tiiat the Pi i Doe
of Wales baa been profoundly depressed
ever siuce the death of Prince Henry of
Rattenberg. eu4 a queer story is offered
in explanation of it. Thia I. to the effect
that the two pr Inert had tbelr fortune!
told by a gypsy some rears ago. Tbe
Is UK'S of Wsles waa informed tbat be
would never be king ot England, and
Henry that he would die seeking glory
under a tropio aky.
Tbe night blooming eereut blossoms
about an bonr before midnight, but by
the approach of daylight the flower la a
eomclata wreck, having lost all iu
beauty and fragrance.
EVENTS OF THE DAY!
Epitome of the Telegraphic
Newi ot the World.
TKkMK Tlt'KH rVM
Ik. T. HiHl.nr. Vrmu
la a Cta.Ia farm.
During tun day no leea than 15,
I 000 waa diatributed ia Adama county
i by atockbuyere from a diatanoa.
j Tba fennaylvanU baa Introduced an
economical innovation oa ita Houtb
weet ryateu by having tba Area on all
iu locomotive, aurted witb erode oil.
At W.lUce. Idaho, while a workman
Bame, iotchlMUB g,, ,n
wlrlDg , bonle for electric ,1Khu .
Cliat tn Whirh hm waa ataifirtittep V.artkr aa
nt l t m,, nm
jan wnIcn wU, proUlblT proT,
Tbe wooded ialand in JackMtn park,
Chicago, ia joat now tbe largeat and
rve garden in tbe Weat Two
million floweri are in full bloom, in
eluding ",:, varietiea. Tbe garden la a
i legacy of 4he world', fair.
(i. W. Bogg., tbe ei city trea.urer
of Taoooia, wbo waa ooovicted laat No
vember of having miaapproprUed
funda belonging to the city, and wbo
waa eentenoed to aiz years' impriaou-
ment, baa been reieaeed oj f 1 0,000
illeged that (ieorge Uickey, a
cou.table of Oakeadale, Wa.b. , baa ex
torted money from merchant, of that
town, by threatening to arreel -tbem
for having aod lemon eitract to In
diana, whicb, be claim., ia in viola
tion of tbe liquor-eelling law a.
A .pecial from ,Livingtaou, Most,
aay.: Eaat-bound paaaenger train. No.
4, on tbe Northern Pacific railroad, left
the track five milee eaat of tnere.
wrecking tbe engine and five coacbea.
Tbree trampa were killed, and acre ml
trainmen injured. No passengers are
reported seriously injured. ..
Tbe Bank ot New England, of Man-'
cheater, N. H , has suspended business
for the first time, being by a vote nf
ita directors snd with the consent of
the bank commissioners of the state.
Creditors are being paid with an idea
of clearing up the deposits. Tbe bank
D1 DO recovered from ita loss in 1D9S.
a Pretoria correspondent says Presi
nent Kroger is snxioua to commute
, u,a death sentence of the refurm lead- the fact that the colony was a part ot
: era to a heavy fine, but the other mem- Hhe British empire, and he added that
; ber. of the executive council object on'. h
tne ground tnat me government wouia
be charged with mercenary motives.
Tbey suggest that they ahould be con
fined for five year, in prison.
Tbe glorious Fourth will be cele
brated in Portland, Or , tbia year' aa
never before. The patriotism ot the
cititent bas been aioused thoroughly
nit the mmmitlM annoiulMd toarran.e
celebration baa met with spontane-
' oos enoouragement on every bsnd.
' Tbe celebration will begin Wednesday,
' and continue uninterruptedly for tour
days, ending in a blaxe of glory Satur
' day night Each day will be crowded
aa full aa it will bold with events of
, all kinds.
j In a report sent to Governor Lord,
: of Oregon, aa oonimander-iu-chiet of
the state militia, by Adjutant-Geueral
; Tottle, it is stated tbat no actual dis
i turbance now exist, upon the Columbia
river, and that present condition! do
not warrant the eendiug of tbe militia
to the scene of tbe trouble, but the
manAina n9 f w tTi.H.J to Weatrxirt to
; tiTM ti recommended,
China, it is said, it in dire atraits
for money. The diversion ot tbe
steady and always-increa.ing revenues
of the . imperial maritime customs.
'S'htrth are now mogruged to tbe full
extent to French, Russian, English and
German bondholder, from tbe im-
perial exchequer, to pay the interest on
the various foreign loans, hat crippled
the government until now it does not
know whicb way to turn for money.
t . . ,. , . ,
The work of relief and restoration
on la St Louis. Contributions of
money, clouting and proviaons are ue-
ing sent there, and all tbe destitute are
being oared tor. The losses caused in
directly by the tornado are just begin
ning to reveal themselves, and will be
nearly aa cruel aa the immediate
effects. Because tbe tornado ruined
many mills and fsctories a Urge num
ber of men will be out of employment
for weeks and months.
The supreme court of the tUte of
Washington bss reversed judgment in
the case of the State, appellant, vs.
Thomas Clsy borne, respondent, charged
with murderous assault upon Ed Lons
dale, in King county. After convic
tion, the lower court granted an arrest
of Judgment, because ot the insuffi
ciency of the Indictment, in tbat it used
the word "person. 1, ' ratner than
"bodily," injury, at provided by tut
ate, but tbe supreme eonrt holds these
words to mean practically the same
thing la tbia eonneotion.
In an interview with a press reprc
asnUtive, Thomas A. Edison said: "I
have suooeeded in solving the problem
ot the new white light Tbe lamp it
finished. - That ia the aoientifio part ot
the work and that sol ret the problem.
The remainder ia mechanical." The
new light, or Snoreeoent lamp, as
Edison baa named it it somewhat
similar to the incandescent lamp bow
aaed everywhere. There ia not eo per
foot rsouum aa ia the incandescent
lamp, Unlike the electrio lamp, tbe
whole globe glowt with a pare white
light ot marvelous illuminating power.
Tbe light com as from a meullto crystal
kaowa at "rnngsUve."
Tb.ede, who waa eoevUted of the!
mnrdar of bia wife la Hall Lake, ati
baag. l b la la tba decUlon of tba
I Utah .up rem. eoart.
L-' Fire deetroyed tba Boylaton brewery
nd mammoth lcevoaae. in boston, and
damaged many bolldinga. Tbe total
loss is ITt.OOO.
Aa emergency elsb has been organ
ised in Des Moines, Ia., Ita object be
THK VVIRK8 ing tbe care of sufferers from tornadoes
J and a ml lar public calamities.
i The French Niger expedition from
Ha lag., West Africa, bas been 'routed
snd many of iu members killed by
poU ued arrows, la the Horgeo coun
The body of Jacob Beer, one of the
pioneers of ths city, was found float
ing in tbe waters of West Lake Park,
Loa Anawles. Be undoubtedly com
Two midgets, each leas than four
feet high, were married ia Niagara
Kalla. Tbey are M. L. Comfort, of
Oawego, N. Y., aged tl, and Mis. Eva
B. White, of Monroe. Mich., aged 44.
Tbey bars known each other for twen
ty years, Tbey met by appointment
and are spending their honeymoon
A hare-knuckle fight to a finish be
tweu two youths wss successfully
brought off in a vacant store a ear tbe
Olympic ( lob's ground, 8aa Francisco.
Bsd blood had agisted owing to aa as
change of compliments over a dog fight,
and the youths met to eettl. their dif
ferenc t in aceonhtnee with an agree
ment then made. '
Manacled, but struggling fiercely
with guarda, Joseph Windrath waa
executed in Chicago. Even to the last
second Windrath feigned insanity,
cryikg, "bang up Mannow," etc Not
until tbe drop fell and the rope tight
ened tbe last time sroond Windrsth's
neck were the awful cries stilled. It '
wss fourteen minutes later before the
heart ceased beating.
Nearly all the settlers on lies lands
in tbe neighborhood of Gai field, Waab.,
have received notice to prepare to
either buy or vacate their homes. The
notices etste tbat idder data of April
1. 1804. the government issued patents
to ths Northern Psciflo Railroad Com
pany for theM lands. Tba railroad
company offers tba landj to settlers for
3 an acre to be paid ia either five of
ten auBual payments with interest at
I per cent
A Cape Town dispatch aays that ia
the assembly Mr. Spring la annosac
eing tbe bsdget said that the available
surplus ws. C 1,150,000, estimated aor
plas net for tbe year, 811.000.' Be
also produced statistics showing aa an-
precedeuted prosperity In ail directions
snd expressed the opinion that tbe high
. nrlce of Cane stock w.s nartlv dae to
mu.t dominate South Africa.
The American line steamer St Paul
has tgsin broken ber record across the
Atlantic. Ths St Psul left Southamp
ton st noon Msy 30 and passed Tbe
Needles about 1:25 P. M. June 5. Ber
time for tbe trip wss t dsys. S hours
and St minutes, beating all records ty
over 1 honrs. Tbe beet previous
we. tern record of the St Psul, made
on her lsst roysge, wss 6 days, 9 hours
and 5 minutes. She baa, in tbe pres
ent trip, redo cod that time S hours,
and also made a new western record
from Southampton. '
- Alarming newt regarding ths plagus
which it raging in China and other
counuiei of Southern Ana waa brought
by tbe steamer Peru, which arrived
from Bong Kong and Yokohama in
San Francisco, seven days lste, on ac
count of being deuined at quarantine
at Nagasaki. Deaths are occurriag by
hundreds in the Orient At Csnton
there were 315 deaths In one week re
cently. At Bong Kong, when tbe
Pern sailed. May f. 617 persons were
down with the cholera, and new east a
were being reported at the rate of 15
Manager' W. R. Rust, of the Taoooca
Smelting dc Refining Company, has re-
turned from' New York, where be msde
arrangements to raise $250,000 to be ex-
pended in msking the Tsooma smelter
one of the largest In the United Sutea.
Two new tUokt, six roasters, and a re-
finery, costing over $100,000, are to be
built, increasing the plant to four
stacks and eight rosters, with a ca-
.(..;,,... , . ...
',.llinftAA in CV,
1 working cspitaL The need' ot an in-!
. creased capaoity is brought about by '
the greet mining development in AT-'
asks and British Columbia,
j Jamea McKinney, of the oommission
firm of McKinney Bros , of K.oxt
jCity.'hst practically cornered the jo
juto market McKinney .is ssid to
I hare more ot tbe product to -eell then,
sll tbe otbet pouto brokers in thef
West Within the psst four dsys, Me
Kinney bas raised the price of poutoes
35 cents, and a further rise is antic!-;
pa ted. Twenty dayt ago McKinney;
oontraeted tor the only available po
tateoa now In tbe West 100 oalroada,
from Greeley, Cola McKinney is tsidj
to hsve cornered the market five years,'
ago, when he railed the piroe rrom i
oenu to $1 a bushel.
a Asa no, one ot the chiefs in the
naval department of tbe government of
Japan, will arrive on the next steamei
from the Orient in Saa Frsnclsoo. Ani
Important matter connected with the
coming visit of S. Asano to the Pacific
coast is the opening ot a new steamship
line between Tokio and the Paoido
coast In heralding tbe advance oi
,,"."" ,, .r.T. ' cording to a Po lab Gslio laa paps,
will hsndle freight cheeper tb either , ooronation day. A
and rget Soaad ? m ?vUnf'n , with strong drink aad became aamaa
place oa J"'Unt !.gesble, where, po. Comack. gallop,
'.rrr. th. crowd, which mpo.. b,
psay. aad selected rot-tuna at Being
the most central point Freight will,
be carried at 18 yen, or $9. per toa,
aad the paessngsr rates will he at,
grsa:ly red seed rates.
BATTLE OF 1 F1ERKET
Dervish Stronghold Taken by
KHALIFA LOST A THOUSAND HE
Fk. .ia was . c.-,i.u
feat tbe Dervt... W.r. riaatl
rat W K.at.
Fierket, Egypt, June 9 Tiii. point
wss taken by Egyptian troop, at an
early hour tbit morning; and their
manner of acquitting themselv.s in
tbia, the first sngagement of tbe Nile
eampf iga, bas given great satisfaction
to the British officers ia eommsnd of
them. The Egyptian forces left Aka
shely last evening, snd the movement
wst a torprise, ss it seemsd to bars
been determined to bold Abaabeb as so
outpost until tbe season wss passed and
toe period arrived for tbe advance np.-n
Dongola ta the latter part of August -'r
la September. Tbe force responded
promptly to orders, however, sad wss
soon under way for thia point The
distance U twenty miles. Tbe greatest
secrecy had been mainUined aa to all
tbe arrangement., and precautions
w.r. taken to prevent the news of the
sdvsaos from lesking out
The long night march wss pursued
ia absolute silence, ia eonseqoenoe of
which the arrival of the Egyptians at
the dervishes"' camp took the enemy -eompleely
by surprise. They quickly
rallied, however, and rushed to arms.
Far from being routed in the first skir
mish of the attack, they stood to their
positions and made a stubborn dsfeose
ef tbe camp for aa hour, and a half,
daring which there was hard fighting."
Tbe dervishes were finslly put t
rout by a flank movement, executed by
tbe cavalry. Seeing themselves In dan
ger ef being surrounded, the forces of
the khalifa took flight to tbe southward
toward Soarda, pursued by the cavalry.
Suarda ia nearly 100 milee south of
here, but is strongly held by a force of
swersl thousand dervishes.
Reports received indicate that tbe
loee to tbe dervishes will amount to
1.000 bw. Among those killed is tbe
Sair Bsmmada, wbo waa their com
mander, besides msoy imporUnt chiefs.
Bsmmoda wss ia oommaad of tbe
largest force st 8usrds. Be wss one of
tbe tribe of Btbbania, and waa well
known to SI. tin Paaha while the later
was a 'captive of tbe khalifa tn the
The offloera in command ot the Egyp
tian force express great gratification at
the eonduet In this morning's fight ot
tbs Egyptians, about whom soma doubt
bad been felt, and the Soudanese who
had been depended on for good fight
ing. They displayed greet steadiness
and dash. Tbe Egyptian lots in tbe
fight waa twenty killed and sighty
wounded. (Hundred, of dervishes were
ALL KINDS' OF STORMS.
Cveleaa. Hail. Bala,
Chicago, June 9. Severe storms
prevailed throughout Wisooaain, Iowa, .
Kansas, Nebraska. South DakoU, Illi
nois snd Michigan today, aud there
wat heavy rain, with cyclone manifesta
tions. Three heat storms passed over
this city, accompanied witb heavy rains
and bail. Bailstones fell in aome
places in this vicinity so thii-k they
ftnn 1t ti tafeiin nn hv tha 1 ahnvalfiiL
After the rsin in Byde, nearly a peck
of sbells.snd gravel were picked up.
In one piece in this suburb, small fish
bers. Ot this remarkable occurrence.
Observer Cox sutes thst the transplant
ing of fish, shells and water gravel '
from their original resting place to
points milee away was due to vscuum
whirlwinds and straight winds, which
hsve prevsiled throughout tbe West
for a week past
A sailboat eapsised on the lake thia
afternoon and iu four oocupanu barely
escaped drowning. Up to a late hour
tonight, no fsUlitiee had been report--ed.
At Peoria, a heavy rain did eon
sidersb's dam.ge. At the union stock
yards, the storm played havoc. Base
menu and first floors were flooded and
the big packing house firms were
heavy losers. Sooree of windows were
blown ia and tbe rain, entering, spoil
ed tone of beef whioh had been pre
pared for canning. '
At Vigil. 8. D., a cylone leveled a
number of bouses. Irvin Daly was seri
ously injured. . From this point, tbe
tunnel-shaped cloud took a northeast
erly direction, devasUting everything
with whioh it came in oonUct Four
persnna were drowned, and it ia report
ed much damage wat done to property
in Leavenworth. -
Springfield, 111., waa visited by a
terrific storm. Trsint on all lines are
delayed by wsshooU in Chadorn, Nab.,
the result of a storm.
A r.laaSev Kill.
, St Louis, June 9. A street fight oc
curred tonight between Andrew Smith
a . n-. . . all..
iuj rover rewmu, priiiBom,
otherwise known as the "Terrible
8wede." The result waa that Smith
unintentionally killed Jamea Bicker,
a disinterested rpecutor.
Terrible Klet la t- hlmtirt
London. June, 9. A dispatch from
Vienna to the Daily Newt aayt thai so-
iuvwu huuh, mw vnwwi mm
farther eaid, used their kabert aad
flaally fired Into the crowd, Of wairk
1(0 persoae were killed aad w evaded
aad 900 arrested.