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A IH E H T IN IÌU
K i l l * :
R eading Matleea w ill be Inserted
the rate a f Ten eenta per Lins.
Advertising Bills Collected Monthly.
■M i K i n i U Y
K 4 T F .N :
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Wntisrrlptlon F r ie r P a y a b le (a v a r i-
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NEWBERG, YAMHILL CO., OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 1), 1889.
FROM THE C A P IT O L PACIFIC COAST NEWS
THE INAUG UR AL.
in their administration unimpressive and
often unintelligible in form. The privi
A SYNOPSIS OF PRESID EN T H AR R I- leges of American citizenship are so great THE A L A S K A OUTRAG ES D ENIED BY
V A L U A B L E O PIUM SEIZURE A T
and its duties so grave, that we may well
GOVERNOR 8W INBFO RD .
insist upon a good knowledge of every
iierson applying for citizenship, and a
A B rief Outline o f the P olicy to Be Pur goodjtnowledge by him of our institu-! An Agreem ent on th . General Land Bill The Effort to Reduce Traucontlnental
sued by the New A dm inistration -
—A Measure for the Suppression
tions. There are men of all races, even
Fruit R ate« Unsucceesful ThsOr-
the licet, whose coming is necessarily a
Peace and Prosperity His
o f the “ Green GooSs " Fraud
gunlzatlon o f a N ew Steam
burden iqxin our pulilic revenues or a
A im and Ambition.
throat to social order. These should lie
identified and excluded.
W ith simple, solemn ceremony, in the
Harold Sewall, ex-Oonsu! to Samoa,
OUR FOREIGN POLICY.
Whatcom lias organized a vigilantes
presence of all the wisdom and authority
W e have happily maintained the [xilicy will practice law.
embodied in the co-ordinate branches of of avoiding all interference with Eu-
The direct tax hill was passed over the
The Front street cable road of Seattle
the government, and surrounded by rep ropean affairs, and we will I k * only inter President’s veto late Saturday night.
ested spectators of their contention in j
resentatives of all the great nations of diplomacy and in war, and ready to list*
The hill for the admission of Idaho and
Tacoma is soon to erect a mattress fac
tory to cost $10,000.
the earth, Benjamin Harrison was last our friendly offices to promote peace, but W yom ing has been favorably reported.
Monday inducted into the highest office never obtruding our advice and never at-
Lieutenant L. P. Jouctt lias been dis
Californians arc now utilizing iwach
within the gift of the American jieople. tempt.ng unfairly to coin the distresses missed from the navy with one year’s pay. and apricot pits as a fuel.
of othe. jHiwers into commercial advan
A t 11:59 1 “resident pro tern Ingalls closed tages to ourselves. W e have just right
The hill establishing a life-saving sta
The towlxiat combination has lieen
the Fftjeth Congress.. Vice-President to expect that our European policy will tion at CoquiUe river, has passed the Sen broken in Sail Francisco.
Morton, after having liven sworn into of I k * the American policy of European
Washington Territory raised 0,544,393
fice, called the Senate of the Fifty-first | courts.
An appropriation of $175,000 for repairs pounds of hops last year.
Congress to order in special session.
! on the olil flag-ship Hartford has lieen
THE PANAMA CANAL.
Governor Swineford has tendered his
After swearing in the new members
I t is so manifestly incompatible with | made.
resignation to the President.
the Senate ami House proceeded in a
The pnqiosition to admit Utah as a
body to the east front of the capital, to those precautions for our jx*aco and safety
Safe-crackers are plying their vocation
witness and participate in the ceremo which all great powers habitually ob j State has 1 k * c ii favorably rejiortod to the along the line of the O. and C. road.
nies of inaugurating the President-elect.
Another roorback of fabulous gold dis
The following is a synopsis of General shorter water way between our Eastern
The pension of the widow of General
and Western sealloards should I k * domi
coveries in IiOwer California is re|xirted.
Harrison’s inaugural address:
nated by any European government, that Kilpatrick lias been reduced to $75 per
THE FIRST INAUGURATION.
It is thought that the new navy yard
we may confidentially cx|K*ct that such month.
This occasion derives |>eculiar interest purposes will not he entertained by any
The inaugural ceremonies were the will lie established at I-ake Washington.
from the fact that the l'residental term friendly power. W e shall in the future, most inqMising ever witnessed at the
Victoria, B. C., has extended its city
which begins to-day is the twenty-sixth as in the past, use every endeavor to Capitol.
limits and absorbed several small towns.
under our constitution. The first inaug maintain and extend our friendly rela
The appropriation for the Agricultural
Judge David S. Terry was released
uration of President Washington took tions with all great powers, but they will
place in New York, where Congress was not expect us to look kindly upon any dejiartment has lieen agreed to by the from the Alameda county jail last Sun
then sitting, on the 30th day of April, project that would leave us subject to flic I Senate.
1879, having been deferred bv reason of dangers of hostile observation or environ-
Postmaster-General Dickinson will re-
Kirk, the emliezzling clerk of the Na
delays attending the organization of Con ment. W e have a clear right to ex]H*ct, sume the practice of law in Michigan, and
deau house, Ixis Angeles, got away with
gress and the canvass of the electoral therefore, that no Eurojx*an government Secretary Yilas will do the same in Wis-
vote. Our people have already worthily will seek to establish a colonial depend- consin.
observed the centennials of the Declara enev uiKin the territory of these inde
The Union Pacific, it is reported, will
pphen Grover Cleveland is the ex- run trains into Tacoma within a few
tion of Independence, of the battle of pendent American states.
i ’resident’s full name. In late years the weeks.
Yorktown, and of the adoption of the
a f f a i r s in S a m o a .
uam u i,a8 been dropped.
constitution, and will shortly celebrate
Four witnesses have been arrested for
It must not I k - assumed, however, that
in New Y ork the institution of the
The hill appropriating $80,000 for a pe« tiny in tbs celebrated Wickcrsham se
second great department of our constitu
lighthouse at Heald’s head, Oregon, has duction case.
tional scheme of government. When that our entire inattention to any events passed both houses of Congress.
the centennial of the constitution of the that may transpire elsewhere may lie
Claus Spreckles has lieen sued for
The new silver vault in the treasury is $10,000 damages for diverting the waters
judicial department and of the organiza taken for granted. Our citizens, domi
now filled to its utmost capacity, $80,000,- of Aptos creek.
tion of the supreme court shall have lieen
suitably observed, our nation will have countries and in many of the islands of 000, weighing over 20,000 tons.
A question lias Ix'en raised as to the
the sea, demand and will have our ade
fully entered upon its second century.
A resolution has passed the Senate in constitutionality of the new city charter
quate care in their ¡x’rsonal and com
THE PRESENT CONDITION OF THE NATION.
of I xjs Angeles.
mercial rights. The necessities of our
Our growth has not been limited to ^ navy require convenient coaling stations California and Nevaila war claims.
George Brown, an inmate of the insane
territory, population and aggregate wealth, and harlior privileges. These and other
The hill to prohibit the use of the
marvelous as it has been in each of these trading pursuits we will feel free to oli- mails for the “ green goods ” or sawdust asylum nt Salem, committed suicide last
The masses of our people tain only by means that do not in any game has been favorably reiiorted in the week by hanging.
are I letter fed, clothed and housed than degree partake of coercion, however feeble Senate.
Immense quantities of iron for various
their fathers were. The facilities for pop- the government from which we ask such
motor lines in the vicinity of Portland
The only negro in the next House of are arriving daily.
ular education have lieen vastly e n -! concessions, hut having fairly obtained
larged and more generally diffused. The i them bv methods and for purposes en- Kepresentativcs will I hi II. P. Cheatham,
Charles E. Rose, formerly of Ogdens-
the Second North Carolina district.
virtues of courage and patriotism have tirely consistent with the most friendly
hurg, N. Y ., committed suicide at Los
given recent proof of their continued disposition toward all other powers, our He is thirty-two years old.
iresence and increasing jxiwer in
* “ the consent will lie necessary to any modifi-
The State department has notified the
leart and over the lives of our people. cation or impairment of sucli conces-
The selection of the site for the new
German government that its demand for iiostoilice at San Francisco has not yet
The sweet offices of charity have greatly sions.
increased, and the virtue of temperance
lieen decided upon.
THE CIVIL SERVICE.
in the Samoan affair, cannot lie complied
is held in higher estimation. W e have
Charles W . Skcels, the Spokane Falls
not attained an ideal condition; not all of
saloon-keeper who was slvot liy Bronco
our people are happy and prosperous, president to nominate, and by and with
An amendment to the postoflice apçro- Liz. died Sunday night.
not all of them virtuous amt law-abiding; the advice and consent of the senate U
appoint, , all
- ------ «*• at San Quen
upjxiint- | poetoffices'of the third-ciaM *8hali not ex-
but, on the whole, the opportunities of
fered to the industrious to secure the incut is not otherwise provided for in the ! £ , *(100 an(1 fuel and liK|ltB $00 ih > i un tin, was stabbed to death by some un
itimi, or by _
of congress, has
comforts of life are better than elsewhere
become very burdensome, and its wise
and largely better than they were a hun
city charter the saloon
Senator Dolph has presented to the
and efficient discharge full of difficulty.
dred years ago.
The civil service is so large that personal Senate a petition from citizens of Oregon, license at Salem has been increased from
THE SECTIONAL ELEMENT.
knowledge of any large number of appli praying against the passage by Congress $350 to $450 per annum.
The sectional element has happily cants is impossible. The president must of any hill for the suspension of work on
A council was held at Fort Sjiokaiie
been eliminated from tariff discussion. rely upon the representations of others, Sunday.
Tuesday with the view of consolidating
W e have no longer states that are neces and these are often made inconsiderately
the tritx’son the Colville reservation.
The Arizona legislature has memoral-
sarily only planting states. None are ex and without any just sense of rcsjionsi-
ized Congress again to take action on the
Tw o natural gas explosions occurred
cluded from achievingthat diversification bility.
desert land law, and also asking an enali- at Pittsburg, Wednesday, wrecking five
of pursuit among people which brings
and injuring several persons.
wealth and contentment. A cotton plan
W h ile the treasury surplus is not the tion can be called this fall.
tation will tie no less valuable when
legislature, Friday, re
the product is spun in the country town greatest evil, it is a serious evil. Our
Four years ago Cleveland, Democrat, fused to reconsider the vote making it a
by operatives whose necessaries call for
was sworn in by a Republican Chief Jus misdemeanor to publish lottery draw ings.
diversified crops and create a home de dinary annual demands upon our treas
ury, with a sufficient margin for those tice. President Harrison, Republican,
Tw o thousand dollars’ worth of gam
mand for garden and agriculturl products.
extraordinary and scarcely less impera had the oath of office administered to blers’ paraphernalia was destroyed liy the
E very new mine, furnace and factory is
him Monday by a Democrat.
sheriff in front of the court-house at
an extension of the productive capacity
Expenditures should always he made
of the state, more real and valuable than
Senator Stanford has introduced his Seattle, Saturday.
with economy and only iqion public ne
Charles W. Skeels, a soloon-keeiier at
Profligacy and favoritism in amendment to the army appropriation
It is not quite possible the farmers anil cessity.
expenditures is criminal. I t will I bill
- - authorizing
- of . W ar to Spokane Falls, was shot and fatally
promoters of the great mining and manu public
Friday morning by Ilia wife,
tie the duv of Congress wisely to forecast; purchase four pneumatic ^dynamite guj18
facturing enterprises which recently have
tor the harlior of San Francisco. The known aB “ Bronco L iz.”
lieen established in the Soutli may yet
mands, and, having added them to our cost will be $250,000.
Daniel Callahan, who, with James C.
find that a free ballot of the workingman,
ordinary expenditures, to so adjust our
without distinction of race, is needed for
The Senate amendment appropriating Flood and others, established the First
their defense as well as for Ids own? I revenue laws that no considerable an $1,192,000 to pay the Seminole Indians National Gold hank, of San Francisco,
do not doubt if those men in the South nual surplus shall remain.
for lands in the Indian Territory ceded to died at that place last week.
who now accept the tariff views of Clay
the United States was agreed to. The
Captain Paul Boynton passed through
and tlie constitutional exposition of W eb
The construction of a sufficient num lands acquired, 2,037,000 acres, are made Seattle Friday on his way to the Straits
ster, would courageously avow and de ber of modern war-ships, and their ojien to settlement under the homestead of Juan del Fuca, in quest of twelve sea
fend their real convictions, they would necessary armament, should progress as law.
lions for Lincoln park, Chicago.
not find it difficult, by friendly instruc rapidly as is consistent with care and
The eonferrees on the general land hill
The collapsed enterprise, known as the
tion and co-operation, to make the black perfection in plans and workmanship.
man their efficient and safe attorney, not W e should encourage the establishment reached an agreement, which provides Tenth street hotel, I xjs Angeles, has
for the repeal of the pre-emption and been
sold for $750,000. The hotel will lx;
only in establishing correct principles in of American steamship lines.
timber culture laws, a modification of the completed at a cost of $1,500,000.
our national administration, but in pre
desert land law, ami the substitution of a
serving for their local communities the
The West Coast Steamship company
Our pension laws should give more ad general and effeirtive law to protect actual
lienefits of social order and economical
filed articles of incorporation at San
equate and discriminating relief to Union settlers ujxin the public domain.
and honest government.
Francisco Saturday. The line is in opjxi-
soldiers and sailors, their willows and
The evil example of (lermitting indi
N. H . Patrick, of Cottage I’ oint, Long sition to Goodall, Perkins & Co’s line.
viduals, corporations or communities to orphans.
Island, lias contraeteli witn thè Navy de-
The official canvass of Neviula’s recent
THE NEW STATES.
nulifv laws liecause they cross some
partment to fumisti three controllatile
selfisli or local interests or" prejudices is
It is a subject of congratulation that autoinatic torpeiloes of thè Patrick natent, election shows the lottery scheme to tie
defeated by a majority of 852, and to
full of danger, not only to the nation nt there is a near prospect o f the admission
at a cost of $55,000. Each toniedo is to alxilish the office of lieutenant-governor
large hut much more to those who use | to the
of Dakota. Montana and
carry 400 pounds of dynamite, and is to by 4953.
to escape their Washington Territories. This act of jus-
run a statuto mite at "thè rate of twenty
just obligations, or to obtain unjust ail- tice has lieen unreasonably delayed in
A Ixiy was struck by lightning from a
knots an hour.
vantage over others.
They will pres- j the ease of some of them,
cloudless sky in Ixis Angeles county, last
ently themselves lx* compelled to appeal i It is due to settlers in the territories 1 Col. I-amont, President Cleveland’s week, and killed. [Tlie reporter who con
to the law for protection, and those who I who have availed themselves of the invi-1 private secretary, has refused to accept ceived the above should change hie brand
would use th eia w as a defctlsl* must nht tat ions of our
laws to , make
. . . land
. . homes
the increase of" salary recently provided of liquor.]
deny that use of it to others.
u i»n the public domain, that their titles I ,
Congress, upon the ground that he
Dr. Edwin W . Fowler, of San Francis
“ preferred not to lie a lx>nifii iary in
CORPORATIONS CAUSE MOB VIOLENCE.
legislation,” and that he was co, a member of the Bancroft History
I f our great corporations would more
election frauds .
well aware of the salary attached to the company, was knocked down anil robbed
scrupulously observe their legal limita
liy two well-dressed uien at ixxi Angeles,
I t is very gratifying to observe the I office betore he accepted it.
tions and duties they would have less
cause to complain of unlawful limitations
of their rights o- violent interference the reform of our election laws. The
The Southern Pacific company has
with their operations. A community ii.it ion,,l 1 congress ! has
» « 1 n "! ** yet tnk.n
£ « No. 5. m d T o o iK i, .11.0 rinse*! s contract with the Pullman n
that hv concert, open or secret, among its
•areful examination, to 1 » swamp lanils, pany, by which the latter will take
citizens, denies to a portion of its mem which the constitution gives it jurisdic
ind amounting to a!suit 11,000 acres, «■barge of all second-class tourist cars run
bers their rights umler the law has sev tion hut has accented the adoption of f hp lan(laar(. located ehieflv in Klamath, ning on that road.
rated ehieflv in K1
ered the onlv safe Imnd of social order election laws of the several states, and Ixike
1,1 and Grant counties, Oregon.
provided penalties for their ¡violation and
In tearing down an old ailotx’ wall at
jp ( list originally embraced over 90,000 acres.
E vil works from a had center both a method of suppression. Only ineffi
_oc, Cal., recently,
an adobe was
. . . . .
ways. It demoralizes those who prac ciency of the state laws, or unfair o r ! Harvey Spaulding, a Washington claim taken out . which
ha*I le perfect imprint
tice it, and destroys the faith of th ose partisan admini stration of them could ' agent, has brought suits* for $100,000 of a child’s foot. The wall was con
who suffer by it in the efficiency of the ■ suggest a departure from this policy. It 7lamages in each"ease
each ease against W
Win. M. structed about one hundred years ago.
law as a safe" protector. Tine** who use was clearly, however, the contemplation \ ilas and Don M. Dickerson, posti_____
One of the largest seizures of opium
unlawful methods unmoved by no higher of the framers of the constitution that
iluring Cleveland’s administra-
• r*.- tion for forWarding to jiostmastor» of Die
that such an exigency might arise, and pro-
prompted them, may well stop and in-1
1 "fourth and - "fifth"
in- j vision was wisely made for it. Freed*;—
classes the extra San Francisco last week. The drug was
is to lx* the end o f this un- of the tiallot is a condition of our national
a**t of Congress eoneealed in twrrels labeled “ souri-rout,”
lawful expedient. It cannot become a life, and the fiower vested in congress or and ignoring Spaulding, who claims to lx* an*l was detecb-d tx-cause of ita liglitness.
permanent conditio« of government. If the executive to secure or perpetuate it the attorney for the i*ountry fxistmasters. The value of thè seizure was $4800.
the educated and influential classes in a should not remain unused tijmn occasion,
The effbrt to redace transeontinel rates
i,.m inim av either practice or connive at ff in any of the stab*» pubis* security it
Governor Swineford, in his report to
a systematic violation of laws that seem thought to lie threatened by ignorance the S«*cretary of the Interior upon the al on eanneil gooils fiorii $1.10 to 90 eents
to them to croes their convenience, what among the electors, tlie obvious remedy leged outrageous treatment of women anil per
ran thev expect when the lesson th. t is education. The sympathy and help of children in Alaska, as charged by Mrs. throngh at thè last moment, locai b I i Ì( i -
convenience or supposed class interest is onr people will not lx* withheld from any Voorhe*w an*l several ez-s|x** ial agents jx*rs of San Francisco bave chartcred a
a sufficient cause for lawlessness, has euinmunity struggling with sp*** ial em- of the Treasury deptirtnicnt, says that vesael and wfll sen*l an amount equal to
Ixen well learned by the ignorant harrasaments or diffu-nlties connected immorality does exist, liui denies ^em .TUO car-Inaila of eanneil gfxxla armimi thè
J with the suffrage, if the remedies pro- phatically the story as told by Mrs. V’ oor- H om to New York.
,\ i iiinmunltv where law is the rule
ml«* of prosed proceed tifon lawful lines an*I are i fiees.
H e claims that there is not a vil
Jndge W ickenham , »iter a lengtliy
conduct, and where *ourts, not m< os,- prompted
just anu honorable
meutoos. lage or tow n in the United States where trial at Seattle, was lound gnilty of st-
execute its penalties, is the only attract- How ahall those who pra* 1 iee election there is not more immorality than in sny dortion. linmediately afterward he w aa
ive field for business invest meats and frauds recover that reawet for the sane- town in Alaska. The status of married arresto*I on un inili**tin**nt I > y thè Uniteli
i tity of the tnllot which is the first rondi- women in Alaska is different from what States grand jury i harging bini with soh-
NITURAUS ATtoN law s .
\ tion and obligation of good citizenship?
¡t is in the United States. There the rnat- omation of jx*rjury, in )wrsuading Miss
_ .__ «o The man who has come to regard the ter of marriage is one of bargain and sale.
Brantner, thè proaecutnz in thè seiluc-
tion case, to make false entriss on public
F s t a b l i r i l i u d i n 1 & & CS .
“ Live low and sparingly till m y
ths children be lib e ra l; «pure no cost, I
l e i nto; hut let ihe learning o
I «r-im o n y ull is lost that is
saved ."— William I ’enn to hit tvi/r.
BOARD OF i : JSTEES.
1. H. W o o d w a r d , President,
Just E d w a r d s ,
o bso n .
W. M it c h e l l , Secretary and T.easurer,
B. C. M il e s .
N ew berg
srttSry sr sxtsis
»rrr fsaar mk
H sasssraraB E T *
E d w in M o r r is o n , B. S.,
MARY It. MILES, A . U .,
E. B e l l ,
caleva ) AR.
Fall Term begins
Fall Term «loses
W inter Term begins
3 J, 1
* * 8
W inter Term closes
Bpring Term begins
3d m on ti’ , 4 l i 8 »
5 h monti),
Bpring Term clo»es
Announcement and Prosoectus.
Friends’ Pacific Academy i< located a t N iw i.
11 county, O.s*
gon, on the Portland and Willamette Valley ruilio*
Portland, and one mile from Rogers’ Landing on W ill«
It was opened for pupils September 28th, 188.1, and n • I em
the first week nineteen pupils.
The second school year l i ^ . n
13th, 1888, with
an enrollment of
* 1 s from
twenty-six, and the j useut aci ooi year
opentd September 12th, 1887, with an enrollment ol fitiy-mio, ai d the white!
term, December 3d, with an enrollment of 110.
At the time of the opening of the school only the Academy building was
srectsd, and only the lower story of it was completed.
During tlie summer
of 1886 tlie boarding hall and three cottugos for pup Is boirding
were constructed, and during the summer of 1887 tlie hall for gymnasium
and boys’ dormitories was commenctd and (he Academy
The trustees hope to he able to add other buildings as they ate
For Qatalogue or information address
EDWIN MORRISON, Principal.
E. H. WOODWARD, President of Board.
missionaries in Indiana last week and
The trial of Governor Lara bee, of Iowa,
gave them fifty lashes on the bare tan k.
for libel, has resulted in his acquittal.
Mrs. Frank Ix'slie has sold the Eng
A Washington comsqxindent states
lish and German editions of “ Frank lx*s-
that hut one senator smokes cigarettes.
lie’s Illustrated Newspaper ” for $400,000.
THE R E SU LT OF C L A Y T O N ’S MUR-
A railroad will 1«; built from Chatta
Tlio dirty and offensive habit of spit
DKR IN A R K A N S A S .
nooga to the battlefield of Chicamauga.
ting toliacco juice has received recogni
Confederate veterans have organized a tion as un illegal offense by a Philadel
A W hite W om an W eds a B raw ny B u c k - relief assix-iution in Fayette county, Ky.
phia grand jury.
Excitem ent Over the Discovery o f
Mrs. Cleveland will receive $120,000 as
Bishop Whittaker, of Philadelphia,
Old Placers—Terrible Death
her share of the Folsom estate at < imaha. who has just returned from a visit to Cu-
In a Squib Factory
A white woman was married to a full- lia, says that the Cubans would be glad
blooded Indian at Yankton, Dakota, last to enter the Union.
NEW S M ISCELLANY.
Tlie Oregon Improvement Company,
There is much excitement over the dis it is said, will hereafter purchase or build
its own steamers, instead of chartering
covery of a numlier of old placer mines
The sinall-pox at Carson, Nev., has near Purcell, I. T., which were worked in vessels as heretofore.
A hill has lx*en introduced into the
1 past ages.
Michigan legislature to prohibit the
Colorado held its first inardi gras last
A cow-lxiys’ band, dreiised in the reci
transjxirtation of dead Chinamen or their
tation costume, was a feature^ of the in-
liones through the State.
Htrawlierry plants are blooming in ( augural |iag**aiit.
The New Jersey legislature is consider
It cost at the rate of $1 apiece to lay
ing a hill making it unlawful for employ
A burglar in jail in Kentucky has fallen ! brick in the ceiling of the New York as ers to demand of employes a pleilge not
heir to $»¡0,0U0.
to join labor organizations.
Edison will build a 10,000,000 candle-
Delaware has repealed her tax against
Two thousand employes at the fur
pow**r electric lamp to exhibit at the
naces of the Tennessee Coal and Iron
| 1’aris exposition.
company »truck Friilay morning in con
Both Ohio and Indiana are lx*ing bled
A bill has been Introduced in tlie Wis sequence of a reduction in wages.
by school-book trusts.
consin legislature abolishing the use of
Mrs. Lizsie McCaulley, who shot snd
Whiskey in Iowa is shipped as “ axle
stoves in |«ss*>nger cars.
killed her husband last December at
grease ” aml “ hardware.”
Eleven girls and one man were killed Chicago, murdered her two children and
George Q. Cannon has lx*cn released by the explosion
of a squib factory at then mmmitted suicide, Satunlay.
from the Utah penitentiary.
Ph ymimth, - Pa., - Monday.
Tlie murder of John M. Clayton for
It is the lielief that natural gas in the
A great transcontinental trunk line, to pnlitii-al reasons has hail the effect of par
I*ittshurg district will not last.
run diagonally, with Charleston, 8. C. alyzing business and demoralizing the
whole of Conway county, Arkansas.
D. Elgar Crouse, of Syracuse, N. Y., as the Eastern terminus, is proji-cted.
Party feeling ran so high in the In
has just built a »500,000 stable.
" White cap” outrages in Indiana will diana legislature last week that one irate
Numerous farms in Berks county, hereafter lx* punished by a tine of $1000 union struck another in the face, black
Penn., are being sold by the sheriff.
or less, and ten years in the jx*nitentisry. ing his eye and otherwise disfiguring his
Tlie Whits Cap# have ordered tho 8al-
Masked uien seised several Mormon erudite pfivsiogonomy.
vatinn army to leave Champaign, III.
Scarlet fever is raging at Bismarck.
Robert Garrett’s health is improving.