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THE OFFICIAL AND LEADING PAPER
OF GILLIAM COUNTY.
rUHMHIIRn BVEItY FRIDAY BY '
SLOAN P. SHUT T,
fruiter and Proprietor.
One year (In advance).., , ..ti 60
II not mlil tn advance i tto
Six mouths.. .,...., , 00
Tliriw months , u i( 74
iiugla copies 10
VOL.4. C6NDON, GILLIAM CO.. OREGON. FRIDAY. f A v iftoi ,n
I ; " " .
Knterrd at the .Potto fflet at Condon, Oregon, a
Seurclarv of State
Secretary of 1 reaaury
heuretary of War
Secretary of Navy ,
,..Al)I.AI K. BlKVKNKON
...WaI.TKB (J. (iKKHHAN
John (i. Cahi.isi.
i HOKK SMITH
, lUNIKI, . I.AHDNT
...Hll.AMY A. Hkkhkkt
V II.MIN H. BlMMKM.
A ttoriioy-deHHral ... Ki iia Hi) out kt
Secretary of Af rUulture J trrKKi.iso MoaroM
HAS THREE TIMES THE CIRCULATION
OF ANY PAPER IN THE COUNTY.
One half colamn
One column ...
II 00 per month
1 SO per month
... ..... SO per mouth
-.. 6 00 per month
10 00 Der month
BtuIneM locals will be charged at 10 centa per
line (or first lnaertion and 5 centa per line there
after. Legal advertisements will tn all rases be
charged to the party ordering them, at legal
ratea, and paid tor before affidavit la furnished
GKItMAN KUITOIIS sJKNTKHCKII.
ing the Government.
State of Oregon
Governor ., H. Fknnovrh
BecruUrv of State ,. (i W. McIlmiiK
iroasurer ...run. o1kt:imn
Attoruuy-lleiieiai (Jko. K C'hahbkhi.aih
BUpb of rutollo Iustruoilou K. U. M Ki.hov
They Commented Too Severely on the
Conduct of the I'ollce,
Beklih. Nine editor have been sen-
tenced at the end of a two days trial for Accused Of Collusion in Work
having ntxiieu tlie police in commenting
on their conduct at the Friederichsrube
brewery January 18 laHt. On this date
a company of policemen attacked with
drawn swords a meeting of the unem
ployed, and drove all from the neighbor
hood of the brewerv. The ffuir
made the subject of interpellations in
the Reichstag, and was debated with .
cessive bitterness by the Social Demo
crats. Most of the offending editors
were Social Democrat. Thev r (, -,.,1
these sentences : Robert Schmidt of the
lurwwji in, live inonuis' iniDriHontnpiit!
BANK PRESIDENT ARRESTED.
Taray Justice Grips the Bascale of the
Pauiae and People's Home Sating
Hanks Charged With Looting.
San FaANCfsco, Slow San Francisco
justice is At last moving to punish, the
... .v.viiii,iiiti iiiuiiuiH imprisonment: ....
"'i?"" Kew,Ier o the Volksblatt and Wissber- wrecker the Pacific and . People's
' til. iikkm'ann gw of the Berlin Zeitung, -three months Home Savings Banks. The grand jury
ZZi:i3;i'B.K: ,!.M.a,? It! ftillLV?' h" ,ndicted McDonald, Jr., Pres.
if. A. Mimaa
. F hoao.
. O. HBAM.
and Harnish of the Liclistralilen, two
murium eacn. i no rest were fined from
150 to 600 marks each.
Seventh Judicial District.
ClTOUlt jKllge , W. I. IIRNHAW
FriMiHiiitliiK Attorney w. l(. Wilson
Member Stale Hoard J. I,. J.ik y
HOSTILITY TO BOIIOOKO.
Joint Senator W. W. Btiiwcr
Kepivseutativ... , J. (iooiniii ii
Judgu W. J. Makinkk
fommlulonM J- KlIWAMIrtl
... . rJOK. K. IIAI.KTOM
Jay V. Lui-as
Sheriff. W. h. Wuox
Tn-aurr . IIkkkkkt Halhtkad
ASMMMr Vl. Wllim il
Surveyor W. W. Krnmnov
...I.RWIS A. MlLLRK
The President of Pern la Illi.oil
Hull Fight. "
Lima, Pebu. Borcono has
marked assurance that there in an Ia.
ment in this city which is decidedly hos
tile to him. A bull fight had drawn an
immense crowd to the amnhithnafor
and when the matador on entering m,.
arena raised his sword in salute to Pres
ident uontono a storm of h m.in n.i
whistling burst from the throng of spec- t"eys
lalou I'aollle Hallway Time Card.
Trains arrive snd bars Arlington a follows:
Train No. 2, fast mall, arrives at Arlington al
. . n.
WtST BOVMO. '
Train No. 1, fast mall, arrives at Arlington at
,0 a . m.
fW Only one train a day.
Hcppner tralnii Noa. and 10 hare dlnpoutiu-
tmi me run to Arintxtou, but mnke clone roil
nvcilous with N. I and SI at Willows Junction.
lliriutt ticket sold aud txiiKXt) cliwtwj
innrngo to an poinui in me uutu-u statos and
lators, and the cry arose : " No, he is
no President : he is a nMtirnor." T.
tumult, which lasted Several wrnnila
created great excitement. Boivono i
his amrressive Uu-.ticM ttrfl not
lis oDDonentfl 'and arrpatji nf MHAn.
who are hostile to him ami tn hla admin
istration continue in all narta nf ! .
public. The government is extremely
hard pressed for money.
ident of the People's Home, and he has
been arrested and lodged in the county
jail. The handcuffs were put upon his
wrists, and he spent the night behind
the bars, waiting for $100,000 bail. It is
understood that other indictments are to
follow, and that more of the band of
rascals, who have fattened off of the
money of the unfortunate depositors, are
to be indicted and cast into prison. They
are all badly scared. They have lost ail
that bravado with which they were given
to telling the depositors that they could
take the few dollars dribbled out or go
without anything, and are hunting at-
ana arranging lor bondsmen.
They hardly know what to expect, and
fear the worst. The arrest of McDonald
was a bomb in their cam d. and scattered
all their feeling of " What are you going
was unven with good speed Into the
ycs, ana an went well for si time.
8uWenly there was a crash, and a tor
rent of water came pouring in on the
lower deck. Two large port holes in the
bow had been smashed in by a heavy
wave, and the deck was flooded. The
Hatches were not tight, and the water
poured down into the hold, damaging
r. uv cunsmeraoiy. rue will dis-
tuarge uie ruined goods and repair.
WASHINGTON'S FISHING INDUSTRY.
isn tommlssloner Crawford
for Last Year.
; Oi-ympia. Fish Commissioner Craw
ford has furnished Governor McGraw
with the following statisticsof the fishing
industry iitWasiiimrfon Tiah
paid by Washington canneries R ponta
pound for salmon, the catxh amounting
to 6,721,435 Dounda. Thfv alon O .1.1 in
Jfe"0" canneries to the value of 9150,
PP0' The value of the spring pack of
the Washington canneriea fnr i(is,aa
$700,432, and of the fall pack $35,000.
The amount recti veil bv Wahi
Children Mysteriously Disap
pear in Daylight.
KIDS ARE SWIPED. Washington city news.
. : . The House Commits
ings and Grounds has agreed to report
hills for pnblic buildings at Helena,
Mont., and Boise City, Idaho.
Representative English of California
has been appoint! t the Committees
on Kail ways and Canals and on Expend
itures of the Treasury Department.
It is announced that the Jananp
government has issued regulations pro
hibiting its subjects going to any country
where they are not wanted.
The Comptroller of the Currency has
declared a second dividend of 10 per
cent in favor of the First National Bank
of Dei Norte, Col., and a dividend of 20
lfr J?, ior t,,e Livingston National
Bank of Livingston, Mont.
A NEW COMET DISCOVERED.
Minnesota Crank Imagines Be la Depn-
tisea oy the Hasarene to Murder
Mrs. Mary Lease. -
Wichita. The Chief of Police of this
city has received a letter from some
crank residing in Kenyon, Minn., in The President has approved the bill to
which there was inclosed $10 to bnv P"1. fPm9 " Yellowstone Park : also
pare white flowera to be placed on the ye!?iiorIn'e Instruction
hnHvnf Mm t. tu a t r. inugc acrm-s me moDrara river
noay ol Mrs. Lease on the day of her near Niobrara, Neb.
funeral." which !, sat tnr 1W on tr I .
fishermen on the Columbia river for 1893 Halso sneciflpa tht .of 7L v1 ?6j fUry of the Interior has
was $820,071. The stamon LEh w f . l1 , . Partof th moaeT ted the tax, amounting to $26,102, on
va ued at 152 fttfi Tt, iT. a utUB" w UBeu 10 purcnase ou to pour P ownea Dy tne Portland (Or.) Dis-
. . ' ' -..v ..w. a am. it ii- ..... . I .iii:mn. . . . i . '
iapa Harbor fishermen wem tMii.l too. upon ner leet. tie says theNazarene
439 by the canneries, and sold elsewhere e to him in a vision with a cross of
!. mon.t? the amount of $11,000. The blood on his breast, and command
him to kill 'Mrs. Lease on the 20th that
her designs to subvert His kingdom on
earth might be thwarted. He all
the Nazarene also told him President
value of the salmon nark in t ho Pni
. uiinu uujirict ior same time was
NEW ORDER OF SISTERS.
It Takes Charge of a Wew Mexican In
, dlan School,
tilling and Cattle Feeding Company,
which are shown to have been destroyed
Km 4! n t ' I ft f Ann
Senator McPberson has introduced in
the Senate a bill for the relief of Rear
Admiral Stanton and the officers and
enlisted men of the wrecked Kearsaree.
Cleveland was a man of honest nnrnose " P7,vi..ro"nerat,0.n lor their P
who wnnld even tn oil- .,ii,' i B"UM " e wreca.
the kink that at present threatens the
A r. A A. M.-ilf. MOltlAII UtlXiK. No. Vt
f. Hinted cotnmnuli atlims on Hatardajr even
liiit on or tit f re lull moon ol Mich mnntn. Hit.
lonruliiR broilireu in giKMlsiainl'tigarecordlallv
Invited W BU.-nil. W L. wiu;ox, VV. M.
si. iiviwjpi, emreuirj..
A HUNUTON-rOHHll. UAII.V SIAOK US'K.
K. A. N I .Tin, l'rorltor.
rAlta VHUM AtlUMJ IOK VO '
rnHll 4l ut) Kulnrn, 110 00
Mayv lie 6 Oi Ke'uru, on
C'nndoii 4 00 Return, 7 M)
:lm 3 Oi) Katuril, 6 00
wex. . -t w ; Hettirn, I 00
leaves Ariingiou ever morning (Sunday ex-
ceineii - ai on H'a. i nee at uouuoa at s r.
and arrlvm at Koull at Ir.a.
Comfortable coscbes aud careful, experienced
' I A Y P. LUCAS, County Clerk,
1)0X1 ALL LINOS or
LAND AND NOTARY BUSINESS
In a neat aud careful mauner.
1UNUON-I.O.NK UOCK DAILY STACK LINK.
I. M. Klnehart, Proprietor.
Learra Condon every morning (Sundays ex-
reiiciii ai :io ciiH'a.aiui arrives mi uoue Kova
at w h., via Maiuey aud Lost Valley.
rare, ea.OO. Round Trip, S3 SO.
IS THE OE8T.
SE J!' I J
T A COMA BANK CLOSKU.
The City Had Much Money on Deposit
Tacoma. The SUte Savings Bank has
closed its doors on an order from the
court. J, S. Whitehouse has been ap
pointed receiver. This action was taken
at the instance of W. F. Reynolds, the
President, whose home is in Chicago. He
arrived here two weeks ago, and has been
convinced the institution is insolvent.
He took action without the knowledge
of the other bank officials, who aro very
indignant and claim the bank is perfect
ly solvent, i ne total deposits are $104,
040. The total assets are not known ac
curately, but the officers claim that they
greatly exceed the liabilities. The bank
is can-vine over 1156.000 worth of tumr.
The officers and stockholders claim that
President Reynolds was induced to take
mis action Dy a man wlio wanted to be
appointed receiver, but who failed to iret
II. 1H. I I. I !
wio 'iuiu. iuo uhiik. in n miiiur lusulu-
tion, but this city has $89,982 on deposit
mere, viiy ireasurer .Mccau ley said
that he is not responsible for this monev
He claims ex-Treasurer Boggs is the re-
sponsioie one. J ne deadlock of tne City
n :i i.. .-.i
v-uuuui ii an jucvriiieu any action irom
being taken on McCauley's bond; con
sequently he really did not have charge
of the city's money taken in prior to his
AGAINST DEPUTY MARSUAL8.
R. J. J. 1IOOAN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
' Condon, Or.
Office Orpgon are., between Catbollo Church
ana reeiaeuue ol e. r. bbutt.
R. Z. T. DOPHON.
Physician and Surgeon,
' Condon, Or.
At present can be found on my ranch at Hay
viuv uutui, ieu uiiius norm oi uonuon.
R. J. II. IIUUHON.
Physician and Surgeon,
Condon, Or. '
Office and renldeut-e In the Wiley Miller reai-
imee in nouiu vonnon.
Calls promptly attended to duy or night
Persuaded Indians to Have White Men
Violate the Law.
Walla Walla. When Judge Han
ford left this city after the recent term
of the Federal Court he carried with him
affidavits containing sensational charges
against Deputy United States Marshals
Mcuuire Mratton and Wills of North
Yakima. Fees in cases on charges of
selling whisky to Indians have been a
j source of much profit to these officials.
UNION " MANUFACTURING CO . eightv such cases were heard, nearly all
irom lakinia. several Indian witnesses
now make affidavit that these officials
gave them money to give to white men
to buy them whisky while the Marshals
were secreted to witness the transaction
and make arrests. The affidavits also
state the Marshals would arrest men
while drunk and employ Indians to tes
tify that they had sold them whisky.
Five defendants also made affidavit that
they were offered inducements by the
Marshals to plead guilty. It is reported
mat Aiarsnai Drake stated before leav
ing here that he would take prompt ac
tion in the matter as soon as the Coxev
trouble was off his hands.
Tie Onlv Mrhlre that will sew niri-wicn
p wi nrwiiABu wnnoiit stopping. Quiet, I
"Si wjuomuio in an iia pans.
ME SELL TO DIALERS ONLY.
WM. PETER, Owner,
Coombs has introduced a bill in the
House for a Currency Committee to be
waa ITatV.n TW I .1. - . , : , ":ui w ulinju, II IQ- v"'ryro nilccu peruuUH. HOI more
was is-atnenne Drexel, the noble Phila-1 inn to be made an archnnrol if-r Kr than seven tn ha lni,M .a i
delphia woman and daughter of the late pang- Mrs. Lease has been notified of than two from each of the five geograph-
i .1 . . .
Santa Fe, N. M.-Sister Anes. wh !?l150'lntr"t, .thftt
K-.tK--n i .t.- , luo fnpi xiarnson, is go-
Banker Drexel. who'haa nti tnnnA. ner danger.
ed the society of the Catholic sinter. I
known as the Order of the Blessed Sac- sitpatioh at blvefields.
rament and is now Mother Sunerioreaa
leal divisions of the country. The com.
mutee is to investigate the currency
question and report to Congress next
of the order, has assumed charge of the Tb ChM of h Moaqnit Indiana Haa
St. Catherine Indian school. She came - Returned.
nfereAThi.T!lk8nl?0np?.nthei?vl,tati05 0BLKAN8.-Advices from Blue-
UR&SA Jf"- -teamer Rover, which left
she decided to take thia institntinn nn. that port May 6, say that a sensation
der the control of her order and make it w" created there on the 5th instant by
a combination normal and industrial the arrival of Robert Henrv flUr,.
SCIlOOl, WlllCb promises to exercise alChipf of th Afnanni T;. o ' maka thn innnirv nn !!.....
great influence in Indian educational after the ocrnnatinn nf TtinotioM k .w the effects of tlm tariir iinnort0;'ni. ;t.
iiupari gn in- a icaraguan troops, owing to the belief v legislation, etc.. may all be conRir
McGann of Illinois, Chairman of the
House Committee on Labor, has framed
a terse joint resolution proposing to ap
point a committee of Senators and three
members of the House to inquire into
the cause of the present industrial de
pression and idleness and to report
within thirty days. The resolution is to
The idea is to
education to the Indian bovs
Ih.t an I .
w h''e l8 h"''? "Cloned Ufe, the young chieftain disappeared,
m?!6!.""1. Dum,ber u?,f 8,8ter8 .rom nd made nis way to the Indian 'settle-
me iMi, wuo Btiau wnue engaged as
teacners go tbroueh a svstem of normal
training themselves in order to become
emcient as teachers in other Indian
scnoois wnich this society may establish
A SEATTLE PUOJKCT.
ment at Pearl Lagoon. His visit here
was as short as it was unexpected, re
maining only a few hours to purchase
supplies, which he took awav with him
on a small vessel flyinir the Colombian
flair. This caused a srood deal nf
lation, and in reply to inquiries he said
that he had in no way surrendered Ria
rights as Chief of the Indians within
the jurisdiction of the reservation, but i
ered without reference to the politics in-
There is a lively contest going on in
the Senate over the selection of a Sen
ator to fill the vacancy on the Finance
Committee caused by the death of Sen
ator Vance of North Carolina. The in
teresting feature of this contest to Cali
fornians is the fact that Senator White
is being considered for this position, and
that his prospects for succeeding Vance
are very bright. There is a possibility
Scheme to Develop Trade Between the
Sound and Central America.
Sax FHANc,sco.-It is now reported claimedTh I hehad a7R
that Seattle's scheme tr. rWelnn Aa ish SUODOrt in maintain! rh f o7 "SB Ee, 18 BTrvln I18 P1. 1 the
. . - . : r -"" I ii " b-TJ7l 1 , onie anu an nonor ol this kind ia nnt
is i in. i i fa . r-hrii.iiin a itnoni Hatnti aw. i .
fi,T Thia-T ir ..;r;:K.r" ."i aanauy given a new Senator.
would scarcely have gone to all this ex
pense oi closing the treaty without com
peuing respect ior it.
between Puget Sound and Central Amer
ican ports will be inaugurated with
steam schooners capable of carrvino
1 AAA a i r ... n
i.uw ur uiuni lui s eacn. j. h. i niinera
who is trvinsr to develnn the
lievea profitable eh.Dmentii can be mane
oi nour, lime, lumber and other piwl
nets Ol the bound. Corn irom the Alia.
souri river and manufactured goods from
the Middle States with the assistance of
com pe tine; railroad tariff For rntnm
cargoes coffee, hides, tropical woods and
silver ores could be carried, and a profit
able passenger traffic could be developed
between ports on the lower coast. The
scheme is to turn half or more of the
Central American trade from San Fran.
cisco to the Sound, and it is regarded as
iiKeiy to prove successful, unless the Pa
cific Mail Company and the Southern
Pacific agree to make concessions calcu
lated to ward off the attempt to take a
mg proportion oi the trade away from
Litigation Over an Estate Ended.
Sbattle. Soon after the death of J.
Gardner Kenyon, a wealthy property
owner here, a half cousin named Watson
w. Aloore set up
An Important Discovery Made by
Chicago. Chicago claims a new laurel
Representative Terry of Arkansas has
pvepared a bill to reform the practice of
the Federal Courts in appointing receiv
ers for railroads. The bill will attempt
to put a limit to railroad receiverships.
Judge Caldwell in appointing a receiver
for a railroad attached the condition that
the receiver should pay debts due from
the railroad for work, materials, snnnliea
of every kind, including damages to per-
nothing less than the discovery of a I eons or property prior to execution
iuo luurigaKe tinner wnicn the receiver
was appointed. Terry's bill will seek to
incorporate this ruling into a permanent
Representative Hermann has finally
new comet. T. H. Ling, an astronomer,
uuuuuren mat ne naa discovered a
brand-new comet about half &
below Zeba Hydra. The latter is de
scribed by the astronomer as a hriaht
particular star south of the quadrilateral succeeded in procuring in the Indian ap
figure markinz the Serpent's head. War. prooriation hill.
per observatory at Rochester, N. Y., was gress, a recognition of the Siletx Indian
immediately informed by telegraph of agreement, which provides for opening:
Mr. Ling's discovery, which is expected 176,000 acres of excess land to settle-
w create no nine interest among the as-1 ment. i ne original agreement has been
irouomersoi tne united states, in an modified as follows: "At the time of
interview mt. Aiine said: " 1 have hurt I homestead entrv fin pent a w .t..n
. - ,. j " . oi.n 11
ouiy one sight at the stranger, and I be paid, and $1 at the end of three or
don't know much about it. I shall five vears. if final nmnf ahafi iu n...
watch it closely until I learn more. The Interest on deferred Davmenta nnrl nn
claim to the r-otnta Comet appears now as a bright ennt. m.nA I the XlOfl.nnn nn dnnnalr. tn Ko .A
denying that there were any nearer liv- whether it is approaching or moving in instead of 5 percent; $10,000 of the $42,-
iB icisum. a.iwT many monms' search vwiwutreinon cannot oe told." ltie ww to oe paid the Indians who shall
a brother of the deceased was found, comet is said to be in the constellation j now be of age, $75 each, and thereafter
"iwre 1 iieu uckbq ami on a note ior zu.- 1 ut uyun.
tti 1 . . . . 1 1
uw, saia to nave oeen given by Kenyon
Attorney at Law,
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
Collections and insnrance. Terms reawnable.
OOlce in rear of postottloe building, Maiu atreef.
A POOR SEA BOAT.
W. H. Kill. J. W. Dawson. T. H Lyons.
.1I.I.IH, DAWSON 4 LYONS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
The Steamer Rosalia Conld Not Buffet
the Heavy Waves.
San Fbancisco. The steamer Rosalia,
which left port Monday for Puget Sound,
haa returned. The steamer intends to
trf nn the Alaalra vnnla (mm l.n
y. -V W g . y-. . . , f, w.. w..v M.Munw .vuvv UWUI bill? IJVfUIlM,
CHIC AG 0. ST LOTTTS Rnd More leavin Bhe tted up for
ViUVAUU, OAs XiUUlQ th0 accommodation of about fifty cabin
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
Omaha, Kansas City,
Offices at Iioppner and Condon, Oregon,
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT T
V Hn 1$
prompt anawar and am honest opinion, write to
Hi 11 ni n at i:u., woo oave dm Baarir any years'
experience In the patent business. Commnnloa
tlons strictly confidential. A Ii andbsok 01 In
formation oonoernioa Palenia and bow to ob.
tatn tli em sent tree. Also a catalogue Of uecbao
loql and solentlnc books sent free.
Patents taken through Munn k Co. receive
special nonce in me nrieatina American, and
1 are brouabt wldelv before the miHIowlth,
out oone to toe inventor. This solendld paper.
luuwi wbbrij, viaai,i.i7 muBiniTim. hi or iht
Mrirast oircuiauon 01 any aoientino wore
world. 3 I year. Sample copies sent fr
Building Edition, monthly, S9.6U a year, tit
conies, esnis. wvery numoer eontaiaa beau
tiful plates, in colors, ana pnotograpna of new
houses, with plans, enabling builders to show the
latest designs and secure oontrant a. Address
TlaUMM i CO, tisw Vona, Sol BuoABWAT.
1 DAYS to
the Quickest to Chicago
ana the East,
Quicker to Omaha and
I Tnrough Pullman and Tourist
Sleepers, Free Reclining Chair
vara, Dining care.
8. H. II. CLARK, 1
OI.IVKK W. MINK,
K. KI.LKRY ANDKRSON, Htccclvem.
JOHN VV. DO AN K, '
FKKDEUIC K. UOUDERT.J
For rales or genera Inroriuation call on or address
W, H. HCKI.HCUT,
Asst. Uen. Pass. Agent,
Sn4 Washington St., por. M. PORTLAND, OR
passengers and a like number in the
steerage. That meant the raising of the
superstructure two decks higher, and
the little steamer stuck away up out of
the water and appeared to be ton-heaw.
She got off Point Reyes on her trip north j
and met with a strong head sea. She
for legal services. Enlarged photographs
were made of the note, and after a hear
ing lasting several davs the iurv bmnoht
in a verdict against Moore. Kenyon died
two years ago, ana litigation has been in
progress since men.
Large Number of Mysterious Dlaappear-
ancea in St. Joseph.
St. Joseph, Mo. The police are work
ing upon the theory that an organised
band of kidnapers are at work in this
a like sum as each of the others shall
pecome 01 age or shall have married.
The parents who are supporting infants
shall be paid annually all interest money
on the pro-rata share of each infant,
and in case of aged or infirm persons all
interest money due shall likewise be paid
tliem. Of the proceeds of the lands
$32,000 shall be paid the Indians on like
terms as the $10,000 mentioned. These
ni7 Tn iifilllin. In Ik. J- IchansreS Shall he immmliatolir nllltul
Who was Chief Clerk of the House of r n . . and after eixtv dava' notice fniWina
Lawyer Indicted for Forgery.
Boisx. Charles H. Reed of Caldwell.
Representatives in the last Legislature, known traveling man . Trn Ti- fhft t'fication all the excess lands shall
has been indicted by the Canyon county daughters of Patrick Day the disappear- 0peDea ,0 8eWIement "
j.i. juir. iw p bciiuoi warrant 'vou.HUOTui.uer euiaii cnuaren is now Marion V, Butler. President of iha
.. . Tiuu iVTOU IB a -. ..v.,,(r,ui uauKu- rarmers' Alliance and Industrial Union
awyer, and has held a number of prom- Jew left home to gather greens. At night made an argument before the Hon a a
nsnt nn. t An. T. la -ntA l. J.J thav f. ul 1a ....... t I t.i l I ... "'uuw!n HIB IlOtlBB
..... l,.wv...0. iy ,a Dnlu llo iduuuwi j .v., buu miiuougn a committee on roetomces the other tlav
the 1 money after the forgery was detected, has been kept up ever since, in support of the postal teleerauh sta-
but the grand jury determined he ought nothing of the nature of a clew to their tions. The AllianceTfavored Itbe oos lal
to go to the penitentiary. whereabouts has been discovered. Be- telegraph scheme because it wouhrcor.
Commercial Cabi. Katen.ion.. f'"c" ""f. " Tie;kvn"a w'?o n88- rwt an evil of monopoly. McGuire of
London. The Commercial Company Tif r" yrs. v ""ornia also spoke in continuation of
announces that a submarine cable has strangest 'part of vhtihtt ttnTSl, .11 r"K,J"c"lT iaJ',c.b
been aid and i nownnen fnrmihlinnnr. m,l 'in TJi-utr' M "-".wom. xiouetiarru me teie-
respondence between Honekono-. China. .Urm,l nirT .7 "u..,."" ? IT?" "u monopoly; that
Jr. of ,
and Labaan, Borneo.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
ane ouiy rure cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
alarmed all parents that little children attest 174 "l 7 &'Stt
are srnrded with the n mmt ...u..... I ,u it 2 .rv .""'Pr1
nun nuuiu resuiii in no oenent to the
people: conseauentlv the vnvflrnm.nl
The Tide Turninr. ought to assume charo-n nf the hnalr,a
Washington. Representative Me. He believed for $25,000,000 the nroa.nl.
Gann, Chairman of the Labor Commit- W j8!trn Uni?n Plan W be duplicated
tee,predictethataturn in the tide of fK"diltepiw"ailn ''Y? W
to t he necees vS ksiTrt.Ji'! t)!"6 rontract for the work at O.tKHl.OOOr
io tne necessity ol keeping their laborers year. Sundry diffirnltieu thJ ..J.t i
at home. Furthermore, the leHin. ,n,n i!:Vir a'mcuities that wonld
of Germany, France and Gri&tata iTC ,e,e