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SCIO, LINN COUNTY, OREGON^FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1894.
A D estructive pY^o^e.^-Last
Friday night a rnost destructive
ff ma maaff ? ß
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cyclone visited Jiortlier-n Iowa and
IS PUBLISHED EV!-:RY FRIDAY, BY
Southern Minnesota. Associate
T? L. DUGGEK,
IN THE CITY OF-
' Reports of the destruction
5 ' ■ <r S ■ -
gcio, tlNN CO., OREGON,
wrought by Friday ui&ht’s cyclone
THE NEXT CONGRESS,
indicate that the loss of life will be
?er annum, invariably in advance,,.,,..$1 50
in the neighborhood of 1,75, while
Every Intelligent man, no matter
the injured will number Several
Advertising r^tes at fair, living rates,to be Whgt his. political views, acknowl
paid monthly. ■”
times as many. Some of those hurt
" Transient advertisements must be paid for edges the fact that the House of
xyhen the order is given for their insertion.
are expected to (lie, and it is not un
Representatives qf the Fifty-fourth
that fully 100 per^ns will be
numbered in the list ofjvictims of
1. Subscribers wpo do not give elcted this fall, Ayili contain a rep.qb-
express notice to the contrary are lican'majorjty. All the republicans
the cyclone’.s -fury. Tfe property
considered as wishing to continue have to do is to secure 47. néw seats,
is very heavy, and it is almost
and they will have a majority over
impossible at this time to obtain
2. If subscribers order the discon the democrats, and if they can make
tinuance of their periodicals thepub-
anything more than a bugh esti
lisher may continue to send them that pumher 57, they will be able to
mate of the damage; , Ai indicated
until all arrears are paid,
have a majority over all, the popu
8. If subscribers neglect to or re lists included As the republicans
in last Wednesday® 4 sijtcbes, the
Such, a place can he foixnU at
fuse to take their periodicals .from ordinarily haye tp difficulty in car
storm originated rfe-a^te^&tsbui-g,
llie office "tti'Tvhtcli
la., and passed eastpd nbrth to
they are held responsible till they rying an average of 140 seats, there
have settled their bfV and ordered can be no objection to reckoning
Northern Iowa and
their paper (discontinued.
their minimum of membership in
nesota, finally passiig over into
4. If subscribers move to other
places without informing the pub the next House at that figure, and if
Wisconsin. No repiits of serious
lisher and the papers are sent to the they are granted as many members
hqve been received from
former direction they are held re as that tq §tar,t \vith, they need to
this section, and the fury of the ele
gain but 36 seats to ensure them the
5. The courts have decided that
ments seem to have been spent
Refusing to take periodicals from the majority.
with destruction of Spring Valley.
office, or removing and leaving them The republican chances in the
Four persons are deed there, and
uncalled for is ‘-prima facie” evi Senate are equally promising. The
dence of intentional fraud.
some severely hurt, vhile the prop
terms of 30 regularly-elected United
erty loss is estimated at $85,000.
States gjenafprs encl on March 4 next.
Besides these elections, there are
WE FOLLOW THEIR FOOTSTEPS.
This was to the residence portion of
three vacancies, which have been
the town, lying diretly in the path
temporarily by gubernatorial
The careful student of the history filled
of the cyclone. At Leroy four are
and three absolute va
pf natiqns that have risen, flourished appointment,
dead and several fatally injured,
The legislatures of Michi The Salem Statesman is advoca The destruction of the property
and had their decline, will have no- cancies.
Montana,, North Carolina, Lou ting the bpilding Qf a beet-spgar amounts'to about $75,000. This is a
fed one fact common to them all. gan,
and Wyoming elect two Sena manufactory by the state in lieu of
Jqst so lpng as any people have ele- isiana
tors each, and Washington chooses the jute grain bag factory that the heavy blow to the village, for its
vated, enlightened and made ’more
chief business ho.use; lie in ruins.
one member for a long term which
tolerable the condition of her com- ; should have been filled a year ago. last session of the legislature author Five miles.north ofGsage, la., six
mon ¡laborjng classes, just so long I Thus 36 seats are to be filled in all by ized, Seeing that the Oregon farm persons were killed and, a large
Jias the progress and development the
, legislatures which are to be elec er will soon go out of the grain number hurt. The destruction of
. S, PUL DAI^IHsk.
qf that pation toward greatness ad- , ted as a whole or in part this year. growing business for export pur farm property is quite heavy, but
vanced. It is also equally true that At present the Senate consists of poses, the Statesman’s plan is no.t a no estimates have been made. East
whenever a nation has inaugurated 43 democrats, 39 republicans and 6 bad one. So much has been said of Lowther, a town of abput 10Q WEOTRFORDA CHAMBERLAIN-
a system of special favors to individ populists. In this classification Sen and written about the beet»sugar souls, on the Ghicago& Great West
Irby, of South Carolina, and industry, and so many factories ern, three persons were fatally hurt,
uals and classes, and maintained ators
R^ligipnpfSpiritualism, Watson,..,.,......$1 IQ
^©"Office in Flinn elpck/ovpr First Natlqnp,)
Studies in Psychic Science, Tattle.............. 1 25,
such a course until it establishes a Stewart and Jones, of Nevada, are have been built, that there is, but and the whole country for miles bank.
The Religion of the Future, or Outline of
little if any risk, for the tax-payers around laid in ruins The loss in
class qf aristocrats, either on account-
spiritual Philosophy, by Rev. S. Weil,
L. H. MONTANYE,
paper 50 cts, cloth....;..:......'...... '....... 1...... 1 00.
of birth or wealth accumulations, its 16 democrats now in the Senate are in an investment. The demand for this vicinity will probably be not far
Psychic Facts and Theories, by Rev, M J,
Savage, paper 50 cts. cloth ........
sugar will hardly ever be less than from $100,000. Fifteen miles north
progress in the ljne of development
gress, and also of 17 republicans.
The Question Settled, Hull, pa. 50c cloth 1.00,
and advancement seems to have That leaves 49 hold'over, of which it is at the present time, so long as of Mason City, la., four persons 6Sg“Office in Strahn building-.
The Contrast, Hull, paper 50c, cloth........ 1 00.
been blocked, and Its decline was 28 are to be democrats and 21 repub the traditional ‘’sweet tooth” is were killed outright, and as many
Spiritual Alps and how to ascend them.
by Moses Huuj paper 25c,.cl6th.—.«»«,i«- 5.0.
. W. R. BILYEU,
but a question of time. If such his licans. .So th it the democrats start found in the mouth of the human more probably fatally hurt, while all
Christ and Mediunship, Hull....................... s - ÌÓ.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
tory is true of nations of the past, off with 28 seats in the Senate of the biped, on the contrary, its use will, the buildings struck are total
Romance of two Worlds, spiritual novel “ 25
Life, by W. W. Wheeler, spiritual novel,
and seems to be the trend of soipe of next Congress, and the republicans doubtless, be increased. By all wrecks, the logs being in the neigh? Will praoticp in all the courts of Oregon,
Laws of Psychic Phenomena, Hudson, 1 60..
eaj“Spec5al atten tion given to Collections.
the Europeai) pations at the pr<-sent with 21, while the populists have 6, means let the statp make suear. It borhood of $50,000t- Weil of Mason
Scientific Baals of SpiritSargent, i io.
Why She Became a Spiritualist, by
City, near Britt, twd^persons were
time, may we not, in the light of the as reckoned above. The states will not be competing with any
Abbie Judson,................... .......... .
J ohn M. S ouibbs .
examples they furnish us, tnake up which have already chosen or seem tablished industry for free labor killed outright, while north of this
How to Mesmerize, Prof. Cadwell,.......... so.
BLACKBURN & SOMERS- Researches in Spiritualism, by Prof. 10.
an opinion as to yyhat period in its
history the United States govern make up the Senate’s complement, concerns wants to compete with the lives. Three miles north of Wesley,
Crooks, F. R. S...... ................... ............. 1 25.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Death and After Life, Day is, pa 55.c, cloth 80.
ment has how reached? Tn private are Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, state, either foreign For domestic, Kossuth county, J. Binghams house
Dream Child, a fascinating romance of
Kentucky, Louisiana (two), Missis the states operatives will pot go OP a - was overturned and caught fire.
two worlds, Florence Huntley, pa 50 cl 1.00,
life the individual vyho gathers
Booms 5 & 6, First National Bank Building
sippi, North Carolina (two), Tennes strike. .
These prices are post paid, will be pleased
The inmates had a narrow escape.
knowledge from the experiences of
to receive orders for any book published, esw
see, Texas and Virginia. They will
the Spiritual, Liberal and Reform
The killed in this vicinity number
others, is pronounced wise, and, it give the democrats a total of 40
seems to us, the same rule will ap seats- Kansas will go against them,
C- H-DALRYMPLE, for catalogue. Party books a specialty. Send
ply as truly to the conduct of na New Jersey will probably elect a re- petition in the production of cereals to have been the scene of the great
2|1 Ald,@r St. Portland. Or.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
i . publican to succeed McPherson, and is illustrated by the fact that a Mil est harvest of death, many more
waukee commission house, reports persons being killed in Kossuth ALBANY,
By buying your
5Vhen this government purged West Virginia is also doubtful.
thaf a lot of 117,000 bushels of Rus
jtsself of African slavery, it made a Sout Carolina will elect the popu- sian barley has been brought for the county than in any other one coun
very long step in the march to prog list-democrat, Tillman, giving the breweries of that city. The barley ty in which the tornado passed.
at the Willamette
ress; for it thereby rpade (he condi ■ populists seven seats. The republi- is to be shipped from Odessa and North of Emmetsburg, which seems
tion of the. Negro, more tolerable
delivered at New York at one cent a to have been the point where the
and his enlightenment and educa • elect, or have elected, their men in pound. This is a striking illustra cyclone was first known to have as PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Mr. S. A. Hamill, late of Toronto,
tion possible. But is not a far larger • Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Mas tion of the cheapness of foreign ce sumed dangerous proportions, two
Monuments and Tablets from Canada, has opened a new photo
'jailery in the Y.M.C.A. Block and
number of our people becoming en sachusetts, Michigan (two), Minne reals with which we have to com lives were crushed ou t. From here gS^Medical examiner for A. Q. p. yy. apd
the celebrated Red Beach, invites
the public to share their
slaved rapidly by the chains that : sota, New Hampshire, Oregon, pete. This movement of barley into
New York Life,
Barre and Quincy Granites, patronage with him, Don’t forget
capital is weaving about us? By de Rhode Island, South Dakota and the United States is made possible
at prices that will astonish the place.
stroying the ability of thousands of Wyoming (two). Deleware will by recent reduction of the duty.— the country, demolishing: every
Shop on Second St.,
American fathers to educate, en
part of its course it traveled thiough
lighten and rear theii families as crats, unseating Anthony Higgins;
opposite R. G. Watson’s stpre.
they should, is not the foundation of Illinois is doubtful and Montana W ichita , Kan. The land is cav a farming district. Leroy and
F. WOOD, Jun,,
a slavery more general and far- (two) and Nebraska are also some ing in toward the center of the earth Springs Valley, Mitin., being the
reaching in its effects, laid? True, what uncertain. That will give the in the vicinity of the junction of only two towns of any consequence
owing ta the splended system of free republicans 14 new senators, a total Harvey, Butler and Marion couniies, that were damaged, but evep here
SCIO, - - OR.
schools that has been established all of 35.
in this stale. Great excitement pre the deaths were comparatively few.
to new postoffice b’d’ng-.
over the land, the enslaving process
vails among the people, and many The fact that the storm went tear side of bridge.
will grow more slowly than that of Senate will then be divided as fol of them are leaving. The disasters ing through a portion of Springs
the nations of the past; but for all lows: democrats 40, republicans 34, are of the most unaccountable ori
Valley, and the greater portion of
that, its growth is equally sure. populists or independents of all gin, and the state geoligist has been
Express Trains Leave Portland Rally.
However, the plainest evidence that kinds 7 . Seven seats remain, to summoned to investigate the distur its residents were not aware of its
this government is about to com which the following doubtful state bances of the earth’s formation.
6:15 P.M, Lv.
Portland.. ..Ar 8i20 A. M.
mence its decline, is the shameles- elect: Deleware, Illinois, Kansas, There was no shock felt when the bells were rung, shows what a nar-
10:23 P.M. Lv.
.Albany.... ..Lv 4^3 A. M,
10:45 A.M. Ar. .San Francisco. .Lv
T V 7:00 P.M.
ness and utter disregard that is Montana (two), Nebraska and West ground caved in, bearing any sem row strip of country was swept, As
The above trains stop at all stations between
manifested by our rulers and law- Virginia. If the republicans can blance of an earthquake. Near the storm traveled through the
Portland and Albany inclusive; also Tangent,
Shedd, Halsey, Harrisburg, Junction City,
makewa in payderipg to, and giving ¿carry Kansas, Montana and Nebras
White Waters, qn the farm of Thos, country and avoided villages and
irying, Eugene and all stations from Rose
Old friends, as well as new custom- burg
organized capital special fovors, and ka and the democrats Deleware, Essington, an area of 40 by 90 feet towns, the property'i&^is largely
south to and includjng-Afihlaiixl.^-,
opportunities to rapidly increase- Illinois and West Virginia, the Sen sunk to the depth of 28 feet. W hen confined to farm buildings, and
8:80 A.If. Lv.. . .Poi'tlpnA - .Ar 1 4:30 P. M.
First-class accommodations. Tables Fred R., will always be on g@“.
their already over-flowing coffers ate will stand: Democrats 43, re
12:45 P. M. Lv... ......Albany,. . Lv| 12:30 P. M
a man was let down into the hole, those being badly scattered, render
supplied with the best the
5;50 P. M. Ar.. Roseburg . Lv i 7:00 A.M
with the nation’s wealtn. History publicans 38, and populists 7. Thus
his weight alone sank it three feet even an approximation of the loss
does not furnish an example where the populists will have a balance of
more. This occured on last Thurs impossible, but conservative esti Board from One to Two Dollars per day.
8:10 A.M. Lv... .... Albany.... ....Al- 10:81 A.M
in organized capital has controlled power, or at least the Tillmanites
9:00 A M- Ar . .. Lebanon . . .Lv 9:30 A.M
legislation in its interests more than and the populists together. It hard day, and about the same moment an mates place the damage at not less
j:20 p . m , Lv... .... Albany.... ... Ar 3:25 p . m
was shown by the sugar trust in ly appears possible for the demo
Connecting with Steamer ’HOMER’ 2;09 P.m. Ar .. .-. Lebanon .. .. Lv 2:39 p.m
forcing congress to pass a tariff bill crats of the regular persuasion to Grove to a depth of 350 feet. This
between Yaquina and SanFrancisco.
Tii weekly berween Woodburr and Natron.
at its dictation. While it is true gain a majority in any event. Even was on the farm of Sid Jones, where
Portland... Ar 4:30p.m.
80 a.m. Lv
that but few senators seemed to the accession of the two new mem- the sliding-in carried a threshing
iSan Francicsco March 4,14, 24. 8:
West Scio. . .Lv 10c87p.m.
2: 06p,m. Lv
be allied with the trust, they, so ma pers from Utah, which takes place machine and separator with it. Highest Honors—Vorld’s Fair
9,19,29, 5: 15 p.m. Ar .. Natron....... Lv | 7:00 a.m.
poured into the latter hole
nipulated matters that they were during 1895, though not in time to Water
from underground streams, until
Rights reserved to change sailing Dining Cars on Ogden Route.
able to dictate terms to their party, affect the organization of the Senate, now it is filled nearly to the top; but
dates without notice.
and did so regardless of the wellfare cannot ensure them full powers in the hole at White Water is still dry,
Pullman- Buffet Sleepers
For freight and passenger rates,
of the great masses of the people. that body, the Vice-Presidejit’s vote although it is- supposed that the
The contracting of the money of being necessary then to decide the body of water. The two places are
SECON-CLASS SLEEVING CARS
(Cornei-ofFirstand Washington Streets,)
C has . C lakk , Receiver,
Attached to through trains.
the- country to an exclusive gold question of mastery.—Toledo Blade. seven or eight miles apart.
basis, is another manifestation of
At Annelly, about 10 miles from
C has . J H end í s, S on & Co.,
West Side Division.
elers. Motor cars pass the hotel for
White Water, there were several
the power of capital, and a master
Nos. 2 to 8 Market Street,
TO FOLLOW SENATOR JONES.
Between Portland and Ctorvallis»
cave-ins, ranging from a depth of 6
stroke to make relatively greater
Mail train daily (except Sunday •
Free bus to and from the house.
to 40 feet. The theories are vai ious,
the power of their wealth.
The movement of Senator Jones is but none of them, so far, are scien
7:80am I Lv.........Portland......... Ar i 4:30pm
I Ar .... Corvallis........ Lv | 1:00pm
These are questions that are of vi a grave one in view of the fact that tific. Not long since, a man was
and Corvallis connect with trains
tal importance to the American peo he is very likely to be followed soon boring a well in the vicinity of Plum
of the Oregon Paeific railroad.
ple. The remedy should be applied or later by most of the republican Grove, and when he had reached a
train daily (except Sun day) • •
Brenner & Shelton, Prop’s,
depth of 25 feet the drill shot into
if it is not already too late, before senators in the silver states. They an apparent vacuum, and could not
4; 40 p ni I lv .........Portland...... ar I 8: 25 a m
------- DEALERS IN-------
7: 25 p m I ar .. . .McMinville.... *v | 5: 50 am
capital has secured a power that is will not break with him now, but be recovered. The supposition is
MOST PERFECT MADE.
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Ar Good turnouts at reashnable rates. T hrough T ickets Th^11
greater than the government itself. Wolcott, the brilliant young senator that there is an old river bed under
Stage line to Munkers’. Commer states^ Canada and Europe can be obtained at.
artar Powder. Fre-
The welfare of future generations, from Colorado, and Dubois and neath the land, which has caved in. A pure Grape Cream of ,1 .Tartar
ticles, Books, Stationery, cial
men conveyed to and from all lowest, rates from Mi’s. M. E. Woodmansee,
All tire cave-ins, great and small, from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
R-K oehler ,Mana«ei\ •
of the. American people is at stake, Shoup of Idaho, along with others in extend
points. Horses boarded by the day agent,
in a crooked stream-like
E P R ogers , Asst qf & Pass Agehfc Port.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
as well as the interests of the masses the West ajid Northwest, are rea- course a distance of about 24 miles.
of the common people at the present
time, If there ever was a period in
our history when a wise, patriotic
statesmanship was required on the
part of opr public men, it is surely
now at hand.
sonably certain to be in fellowship
with Sepator Jones in the great bat
tle of ’96. When most political cal
culators haye been assuming that
Populist craze has nearly or quite
run its course in fhe. We§(, the dec
laration of a paan like Senator Jones
in favor of thé Populist party organ
ization is public notice that the Pop
ulists ave lively to glow in strength,
and that they will be even a great
er factor in the presidential election
of ’96 than they were two years ago.
Fortunately thè states of Tennessee,
Alabama and Arkansas have repu
diated cpailition with the Popoulists
by decisive majorities. But for this
fact the movement of Senator Jones
would have indicated a very formid
able union between the South and
West on sectional issues against the
Nqrth and fijast, But even, with
that theory overwhelmingly defeat
ed in the Spqth, we look upon the
movement of Senator Jones as one
that must terid greatly to disquiet
the conservative business interests
: of the country. He is not a dema
gogue, he is hot an agitator ,and he is
by vast odds the biggest leader the
Populists could find. He cannot
be a candidate for president, as he is
not of American birth, but he can
do more to strengthen the Populist
cause and to give it cohesion and
wise direction than any other man
in the United States.--Philadelphia
Wheat only 35 cents per bushel!
How is the farmer to live?
The only way we know is, to buy your
Supplies where you can get them at
Bard Times Prices
Are being sold
than when times were good; and all because of the LOW PRICES
we are making. We buy cheap and buy to sell, We sell cheap
sell stacks of goods , i »
While the majority pf business houses are complaining of hard
times, pur trade is steadily increasing. If you want to know
why, come in and priep pur gppds.
Works on Spiritualism. Red .Crown Roller Mills,
Manufacturer of the
Family and Mf.
Hood Superfine flour.
E. O. HYDE,
New Photo Gallery
EAST and SOUTH
The Shasta Route
MAY 1,........ 1893.
F. L. Reis,
Oregon Pacific Railroad
Livery, Feed 4 Sale Stable
Southern Pacific Company.