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Southern Oregon mail, Friday, august i9. 1892.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
CONDENSED SUMMARY OF TH
i. CURRENCES OF THE WEEK.
11 Important Happening Bolted Town
and Assorted for trie ConTolenre of
TboM Reader 'YVho Are In a Hurrj
: and Havs no Tlma to Wast -la Road-
. lug Imbb ArMclas.
The hearing- at Boise, Idaho, in t!i6
case of the miners charged with cen
tecpt of court, by violating Ra injunc
tion by their attack on the Gein mine
will continus this -week, and Eome sen
sational teetiuiouy i looked for from one
.Allison who joined the union as a spy
"and iraa elacted secretnrr
Tb English parliament Is again in
sessiota. At th opening th queen's
peach was read. It Vac the shortest
ever sent from tha throne and declared
thai tiere was nothing for the neve ad
ministration to do. The. message was
received with groans in the commons.
A resolution of "no confidence" was
passed. The Liberal party is now in
power, aad Gladstone is again the lead
lag spirit in the commons. The party
is committed to home rule and that is
sue will be paramount. '
ine cusioms eousctor at san uiegore-
niM IHU u lufurA Dnmnnt rF ernlil diet ict
imported at that point from Lower Cal
ifornia, and coasiderable difficulty is ex
perienced ia obtaining information as to
the correct amount. The assistant sec
retary of the treasury says that gold
dust is exempt from duty and no con
sular Invoice ia required. The depart
ment is of opinion that no formal entry
thsraef s&culd be required where it is
brought ia on the persons of passenger,
bat for the traracse of warin? tatia-
quired te report to the inspector the
amount of gold is their possession.
By authority of tha house Holman has
printed a speech in The Congressional
Keccrd dealing with the appropriations
KatteVe at the last session of congress. He
frays.' Tt appropriations made at this
eassion of congress, including perma
eal appropriations, show a reduction
of tS3.59,49I under those of the last ses-
etea of tb lst congress,-or a reduction
ejaal to $109,000 to each congressional
.datriottatheUaited States. But for
"the purpose f comparison tie amount
cf tl riTr aud harbor bill, (31,153,618
should be deducted from the appropria
tions of this session, for the reason that
bo nw and Aarocr b:U was passed at
the last seesioa cf oor.grea, against the
appropriariens cr w-cica mose maae at
this ttfssieu should Jogically bo con
trasted. Without the "river nod harbor
bill-tee apyroFriaiious of this session
are M,8S8.SC9 less than the whole of
the appropriations made at the second
session cf the Fifty-first con erese. Ren-
ressntative Henderson of Iowa, the sen
ior Kepublicau member of the house
appropriations committee, reviews the
appropriations of the last session as fol-
passed the house at this session, without
luuuiuit uiu'zmui rc-auprounatious,
ftc., are i,SSo,82U greater, than the
first session of the Fifty-first congress as
lhey passed the house. Inciuuiag ap
propriations for ptjicns purposely leit
lor the sena: to add .they are oo,&o,
V4 greater. . .
for the TrErijuticental Association.
Unlets there is a totidiy urerptctei re
prieve it will join the long list of do
rr.a'jt railroad eociatl-ns ou August
.53.''. ; A luciiuij; of the ai-aociction had
lsen cai.tM for Aninist 2d as Sur.itopj.
bu. a pruuaoiy successful attempt i now j
' . -a' ; fore Coramsnder Evans had no oppor-
fd X-M Cuicaso... A fflem-lenity to explain. It is gcnerallv be-
ber expressed ry "We con't Jievea tnat til9 a:takin;? party mistook
want to go to a i.e-;t.. resort Tor a fua- the Po!ar B.ir for a British poaching
raL te .T.ecoi.tueatai A-socw- Tr6Sel wnich WM endeavoring to Jt
Uonhasfor its mam object the pnyir-g fcrr,Ugh the pasa. Ko wai iiug was
.U a suosioy of WW year to the :Tebj- the tac
Pacific Mail fcteanahip company. T- , 0, , t-.. -
kiircad men usually L'er to Ud. ;V iw'8';
Subsidy a, "blackmair or "b.ood men- f,4 Bo?bo- fcf?U of th.
y," but the transcontinental line had Ane rwtw were gu. ty of con-
to pay it in order to get the Pac.lic Jdail em?t f C,OUrt' atin the tnjunc
to maiatain rates. Of til traa.cor.U- ! lon "imi restraining them
ntelKne the Southern Par.c alone 1 ff lur;a? ta mme owners ia
wiU -rote in fsvor ot coutinumg the sub- i tbc r'Perat:0R ; thoirrftn The pris
fiidy. Thb other lines bav Lured ,-, oners were sentenced to term. ranging
fin t thatl in t.1 ma nf -raa r -m - A.
it the payments. In the present war
JSaa Francisco it makes net a particle of ; a , V" cl T t"rpa!,!riil lmmfl
difference whether the I'al-iiic ! csately b9 made to Justice Field. Judge
maintaina rates. . Conseonejitly the sub- ' Beatty la rc!ifnnS hl3 ilccision passed
.idy is useles., and unieso the Southern : J1 "!t"e5t:i;s. roints. He
Pacific cava it ail. the Pairirm M n 6ald thi4t tho VU"n of diverse citizen-
".true-iflB alone- without it. Th ft,,,,,,.
m Pacific has an Atlantic SMWfrl rx.r.
minai at New Orleans, aad is vitaiiy iu-
tereetedia continuing the subsidy. It
has, consequently, proposed a set ot ra- !
daced rates from Hew York to Saninr 1- J aclJinin"1 ssatnte, violations
Francisco by rail, keeping np all the in-! of. rh, are d by the Federal courts
terior rates to the preseut basis. Ex
tracts from the proposed taritf show
atea of $3 75 a hndred on drv goods
from lSew York to San Francisco, tho ! , r J - TC , ' , , ,
jChicago-San Frauciaco rate being f- 8j. I neCeSfKry at houM. know
On hardware it is proposed to chafge M i aQ ln3n(nctlon hatl
a hundred from LwYork and U Nth w it necessary that the par-from-
Chicago, The Chicago lines', have been named m the re-
AeZiL f uT. t;! straining order, that order havmg been
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..na ia .i x,..c. it -i
,us aoiwtwy suiaiujt w iud j. ouiui; iuiali
or dissolve the association. -
8ix of the largest milling companies
in California have uniteri under tho
name of the Sperry Flour conpany,
and will hereafter bo run under one!
.management. The mills owned by tho
pew concern have an aggregate capacity
pi 8,000 barrels of flour daily, end
welvtt of '.hem are now running, giving
' ttaily employment to an aggregate of
; J ,000 men in different cities of the state.
The combination is one of great impor
tance on more than one accountFman.-
.cially it cnu a considerable figure, for
the corporation is capitalized at $10,000,
and boasta .of 3,800,0W in paid up
stock. Two of the historical mills of
the state the Golden Gate mill in San
" Francisco a4 the Sperry mill at Stock
ton, both of which were founded in
852 are included in the deal.
- ' TJnrlal oi fioiior Itijrgin.
A Philadelphia-dispatch eny: With
measured trend, to Holemn .music and
mufUed nrnm, 4.000 repre?entittives
from the naval, military,- civic and pa-
- triotic organizations joined in the
funeral precession of Charles W. Eiggin,
ihe boatswain's mate of the United
States bteamnhip Baltimore, who was
: killed in tho streets of Valparaiso. . At
reast SJi.OOO others silently watched the
cortege ns it moved from Independence
-Hall to Woodland cemetery, where sev
eral thousand more were waiting to
fitness the ceremonies at the grave.
ALONG THE COAST.
HAPPENINGS PARAGRAPHED AND AR
RANGED AS TO VALUE.
United States Clarinet Tiro oa a Steamer
Without Warn Ins: Miners Sentenced
for Participation in tile Cosur d'Alene
. Troubles A Much Married Couple A
Feud Ended by Murder.
Farmer Woodward's large balloon has
reached Saa Diego, and he will soon
attempt his "trip across the contiuont."
Cattle are dying by thousands in tho
Hojave district fcr lack of food and
water. Oho stockman will lose 5,000
Ira Wall, sou of a prominent busi
ness man of Elsinore, CaL, was mur
dered by Elmer Waters. Mrs. Wall
and her son wero driving through Teai
escal canyon when Walter stopped into
tho load just in front of them. With
out a word he raised the gun he wa3
carrying find fired, instantly killing
young SVali. The murder was the re
sult af an old feud over water rights.
Walters is in jr.il.
Jdiss ATabc-Ie Mossmaa and Frank G.
Gould wero married at Sau Jose. The
affair is the termination of a romantic
series of happenings more interesting
than the 'plot of cianv novela. Hine
years ago Miss Mossuien ran away and
married Gould, then a sewing-machine
agent. Two months later 'ho honey
moon wss rudely broken by the arrest
of Gould and his imprisonment in San
Qnentin for one year. Mrs. Gould
secured a divorce during hia incarcer
ation, and five years a?o married a Mr.
Kirk, who soon tired of his pretty wife,
and ran away to Chicago with her bosom
friend.SIiss Annie Francis, who had pre
viously m:irri-d Earry Borland, a
young jtwe:er. In the course of time
Mrs. Borland became a Jlrs. Kepp of
Chicago, acd JJr. Kirk returned. He
declared that he had repented his action
and, begging bis wifo for forgiveness,
wlrch was granted, they were once mere
united. Soon ill-treatment foilnwed.
and a divorce was the rMalt. After
Gould had served hi sentence he was
lost to his friends. Ho remarried, how
ever, and is the father of two caiWen.
Ee was divorced from his wife in San
Francisco the other day, and after
years cf separation the lovers were
made one auia.
A detachment cf mr.r'nen from the
United States crniser Yri.townat False
Pass, this side cf Bristol buy. Alaska,
on Acgr.st 1, fired upon the American
steamer Polar Bear of Victoria, eeri-
otisiy wounding the chief engineer, and
riddiiijg tho pilot-houjie wall bullets.
They had finished loa.iing 0:3.000 cases
of salmon on sailing vessis and startod
for Astoria ou the sier.mer Polar Ear.
To save many miles they came through
False Fass. where Uie steuuier ran
aground. As the rvssel was lacking oft
the shore a croyvd of iejii armed witi
riSeS suddenly appeared overau adjacent
kr-.ol!. and without warning Ercd a vol
ley into the steamer. AU hjnds dropped
to the floor. The volicy was repented
and the vesl pnt about and sailed to
Ooua!assa, beiiyving they had bcn
attacked by pirates. Although several
persona aboard tho v-jsscl v.-cro shot
through their clothiug.Engineer Christ
enson was the onir man wonnded. The
facts were reporie 1 to the enptaia of tho
Adams, who informed them that Com
mandtr 'EVans ot the Yorktown had
lauded a detachment, of marines at
False Pass with orders to allow no ves-t-1
to paa by. The news created in-
York'o-ra was r.otia port and there-
from four to eight months. Teu of the
i 115611 bave oa
trial v.-era dis-
' chF?e , ,
derstocd an cptjji1
in ar lication
; ship cou.d h:ive been raiied in the oris-
' i3al proceedings.
not bMi so
I raised, the restraining order ha.1 been
568,184 wit5 n? such sbowin? before tho
court, and that order partook cf tho '
without reirnrd to the citizeiwhin r,f rr.
parties. Oa the question of service tha
i 8a" lt,7s? n0C essential that
' aiders and abettors,
Judge Beatty also
said iua6 iioor
organizations were en
tirely lawful in the abstract, bnt tho
lawful character of a particnlar organ
ization must be measured by its acts and
not by its by-laws and constitution. Tho
acta of the Cconr d'Alene miner's unions
showed that they were of an unlawful
character. A strict interpretation of
the la would render each member
liable for the acts of the organizations,
"and said the court, "there isno doubt
that under this well defined principle of
law I could hold all the defendants who
are members of the nnion. I will not,
however, apply that rule, but will en
deavor to doterinine the connection of
each of these respondents with the
occurrences at Frisco and Gem on July
11." The court then proceeded to ana
lyze the testimony as to the participa
tion of each of the defendants iu thoso
occurrences with the result given.
Jake Kilrain sayB . Snllivnn is snro to
wliip Corbett. -
Michigan Prohibitionists fcave nomi
nated a state ticket.
Jerry Simpson is making desperate
efforts to secure tho indorsement of tho
Democrats in his district. . . ;
The daughter of Sitting Bull and Peter
Utirkle, formerly of the United States . is discnpsiiig principles. Note the con
army, were mp.rried at Rondont, N. Y. ; trast! Willi the People's party princi-
Marklesorved with Cnster for a long
while and it is reported his bride once
..4 w life w'oer, lm wna at.tn.lrrl l
Tho school census of Oregon Just com
pleted, shows 6,1'18 moro childi-en ol
school ago in tho state thanjost year.
A contraband cargo of gin and cigars
from Honolulu was captured ou the
schooner Glendale ot Santa Barbara.
Southern Oregon will hold its annual
fair at Koseburg.
A preserve and jelly t rust to cover the
United States and Canada, has been or
The World's fair coveiiir half dollars
will bring a good premium. Specula
tors have offered 1 apiece for the entiiv
coinage. -- : .
Ecdondo had a banquet iu honor of
tho arrival of tho first steamer of the
Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Com
pany. Sacramento proposes to strengthen its
levees so that hereafter no apprehension
may be felt when the river is at thu
big1! water mark.
The navy department contradicts th"
report that it will ask congress Tor
authority to build several 2,000-ton
sheathed but it does favor them.
Cincinnati property worth millions is
claimed by Henry E. Pentland of San
Francisco on the strength of a docu
incut dated in 13J-1. The property is on
IheChmPfoof r,ew lork a remon
strating against the law requiring China
men in the conmry to have their picture
taken to be held by the government for
The novel experiment of trying to
prolong the life of a consumptive by
keeping dogs in the same room it being
claimed that a dos breathes the germs
is being tried in a hospital at Chicago.
In the new town of Swansea, Wash.,
at the junction of the Okanogan and
Columbia rivers, men and tea:n3 ar
grading the streets. There is a hotel
and twenty stores. All this spninj:
from what wss forty days no a pla.n
The Chinese Snndav-school scholars
of the Church of th? Strangers at New
York havo boycotted the superinten
dent bfC3ns3.hc prevented the marriage
of one of them to a German girl last
June. The Chineso refuse to attend
The first refrigerator car of fruit to
go acr3?s the cortinnt from Cajon val
ley nulled into San Dirgo tho other day,
and goes to Minrieandi-i so.n. filled
with peaches and grapes and a final!
quantity of assorted fruits. -Others wil
follow if this shipment succeeds.
Sqnirrels have taken to watermelon
on Mill creek, says tue Dalu-3. Oregon
Chronicle, wiih the fac-ination of
plantation darky. They have no jutlg
meat, however, and the green meion
goes along with the ripe one.
feared thev will cause a shortage iu the
William H. Lear has brought smt at
Philadelphia against the ''inkertons. He
wajits $.!O,CC0 damages for injuries re
c?ived ia the Homestead riot. Lear
says he was employed ly the Pinker
tons to watch certain bmldinr in the
.state of Xew York, and he was taken to
Eomcsted through deceit.
Pleasant wt-ather mv.de the c?mn of
the National Guard at Santa Crna very
enjoyable.- Governor JLarkham and
staff, and Admiral Irwin, U. S. X..
visited. the camp'aad inspected the com
panies. The navai reserve of tsin Fran
cisco went to &ir.ta C'rnz on tho Charity
ton. A fhara naval and land tattle was
one of ihrj interesting
features of the
Governor Buchanan cru-.rr.r.ted the
sentence of K. Clay Kingto lifeimrist n-
n:ent. King was sentenced tote hacgrd
for tlie mnriier or Attorney r!an at j who was riding 0:1 the n-ar ot the cars,
Memphis. The governor s action is de- i whs buried over tae r.uia:-.i;ii.-, the vehi
r.ounced on all sides. A icob oranit-d ! cle fai l:i:t Up a Lim. cra:.ins the lioaes
for tho pnrpos; of hancing King but the of his r.l " i. aa i hnak.u- lx,;j of
sheriff succe-rdedia c:tinzth prisoner: his a: iii-s. Ill 'iv-f xi atut.at.itol near
out of the w.-.y. Governor Buchanan i the ih:gii joint, aad it is nut eii'rctrd
was hanged in effigy by tho mob. j tha: ho wiil survive She shuck of tho
A female child was bom to the wife j surgical oiK-ratt.,n. Ktn r- r-mi'.h, the
of Juh'tis Carney, a farmer of Jeffer'in ! driver of she huse car:. hUo went over
townsiiin. Ind., is the first of the fifth
generation fpriiitrins from the union of
Abraham IliUlcrbrandt and his wife,
who are both alive, ni:ho:i!;li over
ever eighty year of ag". The father of
1. 1. 1 .1 , ...l T 11 n .1 ,1.A . t -
iui.-i.u.iu w in'.u.iuvaim 1111; luuitirr
twer.tv venrs old. Tho mother of the
child isV.,0 a representative of tha fifth
The strict enforcement or tho anti-
lottery law and the consequent cxclu -
sion of lottery nmtter from the mails
has reduced the revenues of the New
Or!e.-ias postofiicc $103.jO0 per annum.
Last month the receipts from money
! orders, postal notes, etc., fell materially
below the amount of the salaries ia she principles.
depnrfment. Tho reanlt has been that j Whitel-iw Ueid bexn-.i active cara
Postniaster Eaton has received isistruc-1 nnii work at S-.ri:urtiei.l. Ids., nt ih.
; lions irom mo m:uster trcneral in
S reduce tho salaries of jdl tho clerks in
r r. . i".." r
Mr. Brenden, proprietor of the How -
ardhon,Sr.tE;wst New York, na.i
of Germany, two months niro deci. L 1
! vt.it li r.1,1 hn.no a l
i recently, and it was a request that his ''
; natnrah-.ation paicrs bo sent to him at
once, as he was detained by tho German
government, and unless his papers conld
bo produced he would have to remain
there under military surveillance for
two years. Tho Howard house has
been turned upside down and inside out
but the naturalization pnpers cannot bo 1 Rvn threat reception. Tho recep
found. The hunt is still going on. Ber- tion wiU Prol,lWy assume tho propor
den was naturalized iu 1878. . tions of B great muss meeting.
The Pittsbnrz Post publishes a storv ' The Washington Republican state
to the effect that the police have discov- convention was held recently. Tho
ered another anarchistic plot to nssassi- platform indorses the Lake Washington
nate Frick. Tho assassin is Anarchist canal project, and Governor Ferry's ad
Aaronstawi of New. York, who is n ministration: favors tho remonctization
clsse friend of Bergmunn and Emma of silver on n parity with gold; calls for
Goldman. Aiironstann has been in tho . the nllotment or landB in severalty to
city for several days and its claimed has wards of tho government and the throw
been waiting for a favorable, opportu- inS open thereafter tho Iudian reserva
nity to kill the victim. It is said the tions in the state to the American farm
plot was hatched out in Vicuna, and cr nnu producer; denounces tho Demo
was given to the New York police by crats and the Pinkerttm system; favors
Vice-Consul Eberhardt of Austria, The the early completion of tho Nicaragua
information was given to Eberhardt by canal and tho passage of ati anti-option
an Austrian who arrived in Now York law. John H. McGraw of Seattle was
recently with letters from high police nominated for governor. Congressman
officials at Vienna. Tho New York po-. Wilson was renominated: Resolutions
lice at once notified the Pittsburg
authorities, and a close watch for Aaron-
atann is being kept about all all the
Anarchist resorts. ittr&b)
Mayor Ed Jones of Oak Hill, O., Is
dead from delirium tremens. Ho went
to Jackson to spent the Fourth of July,
since which time he has been on a pro
tracted spree. Jones was the youngest
mayor in the state of Ohio, being only
23 vpiu-s old.
While both the old parties aro wran
gling over the olllces the People's party
pies are first, nominations Fecund: with
both tho old parties'noiniu.-itious nra the
1 ..i,iF tin,, in .!, a , i wr ,,,-inr.inlo
must finally win. Topeka Advocate.
CRIMES AND CASUALTIES.
There is an epidemic of crime in Chi
cago, Thugs, murders una mgtiway
robbers are operating without much op
Hattie Ac-res of Paterson, N. J., shot
and killed Pal rick (juinn. a telegraph
operator. Qu;:in betrayed her and did
not keep his j.Toinise of marriage.
Dr. Haven, alius Beale, a San Fran
cisco qn lick, is a fugitive lroiu justice.
He performed a criminal operation on a
young girl which resulted in her death.
Tha. British vtenmcr V infield was
fined $1,400 by the collector of customs
at Port Towns'iid for violation of tho
customs laws. Tiio line was paid aud
the vessel released.
Scottv Morris, an ex-convict, and
Dubois." emploves at the repair forges of
thadcctrtcroaJ at St. L..uis, becam.
involved m a dispute, and IJtibois
friends threw Morris on the forge,
lieated to a white heat, fatally burning
County Clerk Gas-:oway of San Diego
i t n..: .. ...:...;.., Ltd
ofiK-o clerk's salaries at tho rate of 20
percent, this is an
Ibis is an old business, and-
is thought to bo general, but Gassoway
could not keep the public from finding j
it out. I
Mrs. Martha Rosier of Mnnkato, j
Minn., murdered her two children. One '
she drowned in a well and the other she
poisoned. Her husband lives at St.
Paul and she U-rt him because of trntal
treatment. She says she is glad the
the children are out of this world of
At Carmichasda. P.i., John Morgan, a
well-to-do faruir. was shot and killed ',
by his son. The old man informed his
grown up children that he intended to
marry aain. The children opposed the
marriage and during a quarrel tho son
shot his father. One budet struck the
youngest sister iu tha neck and killed
Chris Evans and John So tag. the
Ytsalia traiu roh'.u'rs and uiuraerers,
havo not been captured. The exprrss
company, however, are determined to
capture thi'm. Ten experienced moun
taineers from Arizona and New Mexico,
employed by t.:e expre-s company as de
tectives, have gone into the mountains
wh- re Evans aud Sjutug are supposed
to I'?. "
M-.- P.iia Arrt, sgr4 13 years, and
yuuii;;e.-t uang-rer of Mr. and J:s. C
A. Ai;e: t of 1. :... Cuh, was t-hot and
killed by her jouner hn-ther. The by
was sent ins-j her U'i;rm so wake her
up, and the M-.-j-osii-oa i that betook
the si.otguu. st.tiidinj in the corner,
with the uiteutinnof giving hvr a little
scare. The j:uu was ti:.-. h:.ri;ed. the
Coiiter.ts ta.nu effect in the girl's head,
tearing t::e wj -1- top of her head off.
A t.'hic.i detective was neaiiy trap
ped by a It.rer. Deterlive B. ley was
detail to arrt-t 11. U. Dumas, w ho was
wanted a. New York. Dumas was ia
litgnaat an t ihe oltic.-r to go with
lit til to Ins ar.d he wonid omviuce
hsiu '.!v:t a uiii.ake h.i-1 bren made. Ar
r.v.iig t the r via Duin.i cpriioa his
trunk an I while she de:ec:ivv t-i-auiisig
the coiiter.s D::i:as si:ppel out
and iihed the door. When Bat icy got
out Dtiuins had lu ale g 'O-l his c:;if.
While re-;--.::d.n- to a lira alnrui. tha
horse ntsac.ied to one of she Virginia.
(Ncv..) hiKie cart sniivri so the- 1-,-ft of
; ttc rd and luuilve i t-.v-r a p.-rprnd;C-
ulax L ::.k thiisv f:
the cart aio.i :. botii - ,..
to ike Loito-.w of th;
Jve, a inetnU-ro: Ihe i-j
the Ijtr.k with the hor.e a:
was M:rivus.y iuj.ireJ.
.d vehicle and
POLITICAL AND FEUSONAta
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I .. r-
j aef ,b?Ir r,.:ue ,
PTe-"1'11 Harrison wnl mike a Wcst-
i tern triP about the mi,i'Ue of 0r.
! Governor lioyd of Nebraska nays tho
eurocrats of that s;nie will vote for
I The People's Party leaden announce
tlxat Jud.ne Walter Q. Gicham will
take the stump in support of third party
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Ro,.nli!-c-m t-lnin ' "
Chester Do: ph. son of Senator Dolnh
' , -., , , , .!
. T 1 'Tf ' W'f
of helM"- 1 ' f. liu,-V 8 l"" llU
: opposed young uuipti s suit.
Colonel McCrrery. United Stat?scon-
snl at Valparaiso fays Chileans enter
tain the kindliest ft-elin.ns toward Amer
icans and the ill will toward Air. Egan
President Harrison, unless the present
programo is changed, will visit New
York ou his return Irom Loon lake and
recognizing the Afro-Amencnn race
were adopted and five colored delegates
wero elected to membership on the state
Kllleil His Daughter and Hlmsolr.
A Tacoma dispatch fays: A sensa
tional murder and suicide occurred here.
Henry Harris, who keeps a tailor shop
at Spokane, killed his daughter, Etta, at
the Cleveland lodging house., and then
stabbed himself. lln slnt at her four
times, missing her each time. Ho then
stubbed himsolf three tinios with his
pocket knife. The daughter got up and
he, seeing that she was not dead, drove
...... . , , . ou.
,i,i. Ma(., ,,. , ,.t W1' ,,
1 blade Penetrated her heart, killing her
fiui. 1 nn.v. uul iiuiuvi stilling uw
almost instantly. Harris then ran staff-
fferinglv into the street, :
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
WnEAT-No 1 wh'U. $1 31'i V- etl. u'ml.-c do,
ft 37': milHiisr, Si i9$i 4" lor new v.nd $1
(al 47 for old
I1ARI.EY..-I-ecd (TawrtJf c-tl: brewinr.
tl tXKSll 0 . ior .icw; chiiicu old, tl 05
Onw N" w: i ojsi, ?t ii'ijl a", ctl: o! ',
Ji 2J'HI : for n(r Br.idi-n: fnlr to ..oil f -. t
: M iM a"i: ouolptf iofncv, ?1 'C-oil 0 mill
j !. i 4 V.Uj t rji is-r. H Mm' i: .
tl hV 4:. " ar-k, Krecin. (1 ! .gl .u oo'.'at
! Ifo inn, $1 T .al Si-A.
I :"K- I.trjjeyeil.'-.JI ivrjt 32' ' ctS: aial .
do, :ti $: u'iiive, 1 :u ..
aEASS-Pco, .'2 ! rtii .V c!!: r; Ji ' '
!R liayo, $j .m: n n;: vliiw. 5---T ' 4 .. 1 ..---do.
Si -i.ij,. :t,; tJll r. aoaiinai; r.a. 2
Ann. tl :-(Vt I -.
8KKI1:; Uapt?,2'ir5:icH tt,: l-.e nn. '.(t'fi:
Cirnnry, 3 - lor tin.rti.d do CaII tl'a,
fin i-t'd, !4c; Blfulf ,, iumlnal, mustard n-mi-lull.
11 A V New: Mfiilfa, oi8 00 1 ton: oki.
IS t.T.M (X); wl.e it, ?:i i i i): vrhedt Jllj ou
C ,l '. '
1, 0cIovcr' ,30"u 0
OJ cointrcsei bar. -9 .tj
bTK A W - v?-. o b!e.
H 'l'S -No i.liml.
KYE-rrl oku Jeclto chanRe, Kow, tl 22 j
i ' tl: old. 1 aucl 3
I llltthl) I'aAS-Anoo Im te nri-.-.- fi .
i siftU; M.o ,i Jijt 50 lack. nom
BRAS' .V 85' H ton.
XllliUMNGS 0 &li to V ton.
Gl'. t ND Af. LEY 121 l (ijil 10 f ton.
CIKH'I'KDK y.U-WO (t; -f ton
P K l Ol S M K A L -V2J .. (S S .'. p ton.
IRVCKKDC K. MOjpmf M.
OII.CAKE MKAL .i H ton r.t the mill
MAI: It Net ah price: Family citr.i. 14 i
I Su V1 bbl: b crV cxt a, tl -Utgi 3.; snlppln .
upcrfli:e, 1 ".V.-; ,
VAKluCS ash pr!re, f0-!fcac!:i: Cr-krd
whr,3 ,e - lb: ry Hour. 3 ;c: nMun .fc;
bu kvrhca: Cmir, 3 : comme-il, X ; a:n-1,
CtJC; 0.-.1 grt-ats. 'tct hotiilay, -I ;($lc: ri e
B ur. 8-. fi lt:. -ti ; pe.rl oarliiy-, J ..(Sl'-ie:
split pea. '4et. .c ro:lcil o-ita, tv; buckirUea:
groatf, n'j.-; ttniiam Hour, 3!i&
OS'IONS- Whrrf nrLvi: s:lTr.kliw. i'; c
.-tl: red. V Q ; ict
l'i-T.TiUS Froawnar ln-acl:i:Ea Ittt-n
4V i p ctl I'. le a. - f ie: narb n ,
lor river-u-.c il-.er hi her GarnctChi e.ti;. I
b xcs. XCfJl .' or E.riy ltee a d 7 fit li 2
f r H.irbi. k, o. u.o: 4l hi .her iir extraa, ! "
botli k nd-i
AUIOt S Toaiatnej.S (S5?e "r" bn far Vaet
ll e: r.w, lanw boj. a .; (41 j. ,i lnj
beans, yc: ,. titnilnt: su:n.-a-.r aiash, i j
Si : curui '..r. A r. e boi: t:s-I:c, i(;;e ? i:
r cp'.a'it. -. 2 . 5 box: .rcoa e .p-'ra.'
T:v o f - i!c. n J T ft 1 i"i tir 11 erven joni.
1 i c ' dox or by, do L'cricity, Tj.oc gi
c ate: g cvu okr . :($ e ci .
Fralla and Nata.
r.En EKl'ITS-s:rirterrie. 54 'WS ro Tl
c!.et lwr Io-.:e aorth and H
tits for Sha-p.
le a: :ajspbcrr e. j txc; U chest; bl ,-koer
JJ .i (0 .0 p caeit; b .ci.cs.-rrt a. 12 iie
Cu--ri', :.V5 e bo? -or Koya: Anne: aonr.
c: ap i .. . I 05:0 fi tvT and i for
baeu: in b'J. t canne a, .142) - fl ta; pears,
S icO e t' 1k : do ina'j oiia. 4 c: bet
Htm rtt, 11 o in la sc bovca cu:U ju4tjc.
AppUj.6 ex, i v box; do lea: - a, 4 e e
pno. es. S r.. I p box and ', cgI OJ f bsii;
p:utr., t .( I as to va-lely aud 15 of box:
i.c .a.-in a.0 (;t: c: aa:crra t.u , J. .. "H
dn cm .o::i.a 1 Ml j' i crate: craSo-
ie , i'.s Oo "f U..X; sweetnate r.'apea.Tjt! 2a.
' ran.irs -i hp aide navel, ncam I do aeej
, llni.t.1. oti : r bit Hlnland asi H i i-J
see l:l-t. - i f-2 : IMACxcle Kihns o
CC: a... 1:1 i:.--.- ara (Tauitl and nstf a-al
l.oa. i2 t .0: &nta l- ula (Haa::a Sd)
t -o-; t: MeUilcrrancausaeetandL Mlcaact.
1 rniiia, an 1 Limes tensors: Sanu Barbara,
H (u. ,. f Ci..; santa l'ui( a ex,). SI O.14 1
4 '0: K Ter:de. t2 U'fi. A-; ls An cka, 41 j
2 0 S:c:!y, Ct mii.aj. Lisnea Mcx can. 2 i.
5 atj Case. 1
Vniuu Ha aais. 11 ;.7i: .- f. buoca: Hon- j
rlu'ti pinrspp es. li 0:g: ; A apuicoi. tl t
IK1ED I nrrr-Cropof 1 Apr.V. sun.
dr.cd. fCi a; do biv-a?h d. :cc: sloorpark
do.c-l c ai.p.ra..:n dri.d. aliced. 4-i c. j
j , . . i ii( .c ucacnes, iracni.u.
:t;c. 00 e.. 1 ct j.-; do a-ua-Jned. ;
pitted :ui:-. : ;-, ii d. ah -ci.
fc. ; ou itrs. c: Co eta; trt d, .isc
Kai.n Layer ,Tj.a. I at oi: leore Mns-
Cal 1, in .4;.c la. ad bnxea. ; tjCS, ;
seed ra t-tiil tuja -j- T 1; dr.ed srupev
X T5 Jo' bint p.- cos: x U s,3.ic fl A -aoula
ia:t, lli-4 -'c u paper alaeil, lf4:.'c.
h.r.l. . pi, .c: aanuls.Ca.ll rma t ft o lit.
M pape aa U. :0- hari. :-3-: pe.aa , lioj ;
l-M. Ca.lfor.la pea a La, -'.,. ' o: a.be -. 11 ,
rai.-c; riuenuta, UijJ .ci c c-aaoa, U .t-Jl X
.nT,r 1" '' .
dal r.iM 3e; ood toca 1 e. 194.0c; cotnmoa
toiair.14 to: le.ctlrd :o:l. kex.l,r
Eastern ,aj.e packed. 1
I. HEEi: c. lornia, cn--io? id fancy. TJ10r
V tb : lower rr ides, b Y.'U s: Aiacrii-.., i 9
lie; New Y rx ream, 1; West ro, i'.-ij iia
HON. Y O d crop, 11$ 0 ,c f a f reom, tn
l-:t. frames: d l:e: extracted, i-:-,c;
new xiracl,-!, ?t&jo lor Lcui ainoraad t
a. e to aatcr arblte-.
BKX3k AX From i4 J-.V: ft tb.
j Poaltrx and Kcts,
POl'LTPY-Hens. ts S - OJ 7 f dn bro lera.
t4 0 o 01 for larxe and a t t-t 01 tor small;
rocal ra, IS -T fia 0 for ycu k and t tt ti for
old: ceear, pair, tt -.v,! T'.; d i. k- 05o"i M;
lire la - ey H41bc l -a for bens aad l&al'e
for briters plceona. y -an . 11 j-tl ;j t do :
old. LI i fW a .
EtiUS-Ca.l.'o-nia store. tTjte V do: ranch.
2 (Sit-e, occasion UT ht .h-r. Eaaie n. lfrjSJc;
eiccted d s 2te; faraUoa. i7-4e
. CITRED MEATS Hams, Eastern. lVc!V,o V
lb; A- I -C l.-c. California ref ijerato- ctt ed. U
(tS-i.-. Cal.torn.a sail. tlUtdl-'e,
xtaeon Eaatern breakfast, j.allto fl a:Cali
forma sotnolt d;he.ryand ltxiit meuium. 1 1
910.c: llcji 11-,- ,0 extra SlAjM ..; ol ar
l'ork t.xtra prime. ?14 0"j'l SI bb): prime
mesa. Hi v-l i i ; Mesa, 117 5 , I T stra
cl. ar, 13 ( i.t'.O i ; cl.ar, 11.4 S (S'.m (U: pigs feet
Peef- Mr-s. 17 S (3501 1 bbl: extra mess, s '
93 01: f mil . til IC 1 .0:Callf.T.ii smoked,
j Lard Ila'lfomta, t-its P for tierces; 1 --n
. Una, 10 (AH) ,::.V i., i kal!i'o ke s. 94alc:
-J- bucii ta,!! -.-; 10. lb buckets. Oi Ka-v-in.
eumKia d, : 4.cvj,c for tierces: do primo alcam
R-.tvia: ltb una sc: !-., ;,a:si ,jc
. Wool. Hldea. Kir..
V "OL-8aii Joaiiutn, cbol e. 1 tt "-o p 'a: do
fair to xood. It: 1 1 :o do poor aud Ua.say. l x)-c;
do yer,s tleoce, 1-4::!'5o SouiIiltii ctuut burry,
.-ml:to do fr-e Ktijl o Northern fancy an
free Includlux ltmnbildt and Mendocino, 1 td
Sic do fair with delects, 1U6 So evada heavy
aud ,-andy, Yi doxoo- to choice, (isitiSc.
Ill; i s AND SKI -S-l'nr hides s.iund, !)o y
lb: cutis, to: brands. Co kip, .e cults and
brands. Co henry salted steer, soand, 7(;'a0:
brands and cutis, t o do uio.iiur.1, tic brands
ami uulls, 4 .c: do llitht, 4t$l.,sc; do brands and
culls, a'o salted cows, 4-tc; do brands and
oulls, 3 c: salted kip, 4o: do brands and culls,
a. ; lone wool pells, II c6ti each: medium do
70a9 c. short do. iK7,c; shearling, liVia 00:
deer-kin, summer. :m'9c do medium Jtst't0:
do winter and Ions liaired skins, vO i'i'ie: el
hides :0i&...o nont stiins, prime and perfect, 30
t, c oacli. daiuHgoil, luJoc: kids. 05 10c.
BEEF Steers, first quality, 4',-itoO V tb: sec
ond, 4 4'ko: third, StJ!jc; cows and heifers,
CALVES-IIiaoo p t 'or heavy range: light
do, i(a)-. c
M U TTO N - We ihors, 7' tr.'c V : e wo77S'o.
I't. KK- Hogs on foot, hard, grain teJ, heavy
average, !(' ' V lb: mdium, .vV,o; Hghs
TemKe, ,o: soft, 4:,4,llc. feeders, !r(s
SJo; stock, if.iJia
MeKinlev's Successor Dead. -A
Washington dispatch says: Con
gressman John G. Warwick of the Six
teenth Ohio district died here after an
illness of several days. Mr. Warwick,
who was a Democrat, was serving his
first term in congress, having been
elected to succeed Major McKinley. He
was bom in Ireland sixty-two years ago.
He came to the United Statns in 1850,
. and has been interested in milling, min
, . fllnin
I , . '.rtoiricr
s ana Iarmm:
H. F. WOOD.
Contractor and BuiMer
Jotiliiug oi' all !iiiit.ls. i'iaus arid
es'ijn.'itfs funiilic-t-J o:i ;ippIica,tio:i.
JackwrewH to Jet.
G U ) VESXOTK )NS
FORK TON AND DOMESTIC
c itlU it is becnus yea bare zcrer
tt work so nfc!;-. c.r-arcc lc L-irer aud
K'tlt:vs: rt a & tni iti physic tthouli cau
pib or sickt rfrt, ai.U tiers cl Mop too
Ire in eaiior acC ori;.n5.
TO TCT IT 15 TO BEOV R A FRIIUCD TO IT.
For sale by Ceo. H llaskin. Mectori, Or
IE mm HACHINE.
i,. C. tiOOYer, AgSHt,
Salary $25 to $50 a Week.
Wc wi:. 7--.J ab-.-ro si'ry ar;y arrc;
.;;-ly o A. ivAlU'LX iCO..
1 'vj-r-xy St.. Caicaso, IU.
Are Von Suftorinir.
ctzx back :.chc in!!;a!r.ation of th
' i . -. i . . . 1 - 1. ...... v. I.'JH vj . .J ..'.IV. .4,
l:hJ.biaJd,r. or ia fact anv dcran-rc-
, .. . , . . A1. . - . ,
thu aflliCted UO not ioceseUtn-?
nd wnste i.;oa- v on wo-thlcis lini-
a tits and wors plsslors, bu: strike at
he seat of the disease at oaee by u-iug
'.ho g-catcst of ail known remedies.
"hi celebrated Oregon Kidney Ta
Pl-.'.-iiut to take, purvly vegetable
Satisfaction everv time.
iS'J Sf- a fs Msg -f
A A 1 i
t.".TCST r.Ui!TS rS'Sir
Tlipet 1!fr & . UtafaaM ieTr:Urc ft-d
;er.xlitii et 6t'.x. f4nv.?x rr - w c i ,-rf a.
ttrivtvi 7Saiiirr. Ica-r. tTa ftv:i. f
T ln, IrtTTcr. xajii'El, l-l?rj. i-r uJ KadCrT
:u"'t.li,U-:f iv .v;o ce.si.n. r.-arAt tTt-t-tMlrt;.
M iL Vi IS It iBlSlIa ttNaitr'al I r4TaiU OTtr
il cthtn,-i ft, a cratit ii iUAtlr fdi tr u
vrxrtr r forfeit tlw O. r rm evis : ft t?&V
i'itrert s rJ- Tbicri.r- J.rtj r i ccr'. r-T tin Lvr-
gltr Ii4mM rftt;t9oeitt tV: ml c-.ter tttattx.
trlcHMTrcSrasj vms rri-c.l V mm A HE ITS
Hca';hft4.irw1frt4nlitl s O I fcKP m C"rti0
fr urcatrsatol raxirh !"-, ts&lled, r2nl, ttMs AdJrui
No. 172 Rrct St., irSRTLAf.Of OR.
EAST AND SOUTH
mm Peoifio Hoots.
THE BIOX7NT SHASTA KOUTE.
Exrnisss trains leave Portland
South I I North
7u.inLv. Portland Ar. Tifeia.m
9:Xi p. ni l.v. Meilford Lv I 6Ap.m
S:loa. m I Ar. San Francisco l.v. 0p.m
Above trains stop only nt ttie fotlowini; sta
tions north of Koseburg: East Portlinid. Ore-
eon City. Woodimrn. Salem. Albany. Tancent.
Shcdds, iialstiy, Harrlsburg, Junction City. Irv
ing uuu fuigvue.
ROSEBURO MAIL DAILY.
SA"a.niI.v Portland Ar4sp.m
6:10 p. m l.v Koseburg Lv I tiiv) a. lit
ALBANY LOCAL, DAILY (Except Sundny.)
3W p in I Lv Portland Ar I 8:3 p m
a:0OpmAr Altviuy LviilWuni
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Tourist. Sloonlne Oirs for the accommodation
of second class passengers, iiitached to express
Between Portland and Corvallis.
WE-iT SIDE DIVISION.
Mail trains daitv. except Sunday:
7:30 a. 111 j l.v l'ortlmid Art et0p.ni
li:IO p. 111 1 Ar CorvnlUn l.v li-55 p. m
At Albany and Corvnllis connect with trains
. of oregnu lMiclno nulrtuin.
Express Trains dally, except Sunday:
4: in p. m I Lv Portland ArlSJMa. m
7JJ p. 111 1 Ar MeMlnnville Lv o:46a. ni
CA-rhrough tickets to all points east and
south. For' tickets and full luforuiation re
garding rates, maps, etc., call on tliueompany's
agent ni iucoiora.
. KOKHI.KR S.P.ROGERS.
Manuger. Asst. G. F. & P Agt
J. W. MILLER,
Repairs Buggies and Wagons
MAKES-:- BEE-:-HIVES -
At verv reasonable rates. Next doer
to Merriinan's blachsmith (-hop,
MEDFOED, ... OREGON.
J. R. WILSOH. 8ACKSK1TH.'
Horse and Oxen Sticeing-
Eheoniatism, Nenralffia. ConA
HEADACHE, and ALL PAIN.
The Califorsia PewitiTj aad Sera tire
KLECTRIC COUGH CURS
CHESS COLDS, CK8UP, C058tTlIPTI0.
Sold by mil Drrrtyirta. Each Sc.SQe at tl
Oraasin(er C., Prop's, Lea Angel ra. Cat
GO! ELASTIC ROOFIXG FELT ccat
only tK.i per KO scsre feet. Makes a food
n f for t -r. and anyone can put it on. fcend
stamp for sample and full particnlara.
Ur Elastic Roofing Co
33 & 41 West Bbhapwat. Ma ToaK.
LOCAL AGENTS WASTED.
One Dollar Week!y
Buys a good Gold Watch by our Club
system. Our 1-S-karat gold-filled cases
are warranted for '20 ysars. Fine Elgin
or Wsitham movi-rcent. Stem wind
and set. Lady's or Gent's size. Equal
to snv SCr) watch. To secure agents
where we have rcy. we s--U 020 cf the
Hun'.irg Oisi Watch- s fcr the Ciub
price fc and stud C. O. D. by express
with priviieg"? cf eximtua-.ioa befcra
faying for sn?.
Our acnt at Durhsra. . C. writes:
"Ocr jeariers have co2!e?d lhey K-i teear
oc-w ycu car T-mUti sscb wcra lor iie Mocy."
Oura-iren' at U.ath Sr,ricg?.S:CsayB:
"Your aratci.es lake as siht Tr:t cr:ctlernaa
nho ot rtc k?l Tslcti sa:u tt:l fce exac:lrd
an: t- nr .".5 a w-a-r!r" a:chM I : -riv r
I tLa; ere no fceurlt33 3 otrs. oni lie price
is-as fa. "
Our agent at Pr.r.IrstcE. Tex., writes:
"Ac :a ret-eip; ot tee watcrr. att -rr. yieased
, -;i;iout neinfr. All alio ta.ve een It say it
arotM be chra a: SJ3.-
One rrvxi reliable Afr?ct atrtfil for
j each piucs. Write fcr pcriiculars.
! Empire Watch Co., Xew Ycrk
Cs33cl t svccesjfalty trsxeted anlb
ect rood realtt. To rr-c vea:!- or set
1 ooactei pssllica ia ti rrz:rr3 tht tat
pesxecslia r-J cperatroa cf :H the fae
cities Urd rctare luts eEictrcd ts aritb.
There ccii;isas d-e'. e;i:; cctcss ths)
ahyridJ teioj Is la prrcct ararklag
or-.'cr. aed this H ixpasie ahea tk
Irne i sjleca ire torpid, tas estract
irg tv.e iter "jcs. cscti iailaesUsa
rrd C7re?s':a, ariitt a'.l of Unir accsw
DR. H Eft LEY'S
English Dar.dglion Tonic
exerts a speciSc InSneace tner tbe UW-.
excites R to fcctfy cctics, regolwa ft
chroetc ecsoreeoec, eea prcesotas tho
tecretieas : ceres isdtjestloa asd eeasil-
- pat ion. sfcar?e3S Uc ar petite, tosaa at
tha eatire tjcicra, va azkst lot 1
Ccacl., Cclds. Infliteittft, Branch RU,
Sor TarcM. -Vihr-ia, Aad every &ftectioa of !
Specir aii 4ycfitta.Txit. lcnatsc siei ty;rtL
SUtlled hetp furnisbed hotels and Kestasranta.
Prirate boarding houses and families.
Labor hired for railroads and contractors.
e register strictly first class cooks, waiters
ISH N. 3rd. St.
& R. PHILUPS, atanT.
'AVritt for our mammoth
Catalogue a. pag
c-ook. piaiuiy niustrateu.
Uvwesit price aith maau
tacturcrs' discounts on
all goods manufactured
and imported iutd the
25 to SO cents on every
dollar you spend. Wo
sell only first class goods,
ti'g.dry goods, huls-t-aps,
boots and shoes, notions,
crockery, jewelry, bug
gies and harness, agri
cultural implements: in
fact anything you want.
ciavea uy Buying ox us.
Send ati cents U pay ex-
expressage on catalogue.
a ouyers gmuo. e are
the only - concern that
sells at manufacturers
prices, allowing the buer the same discount
that the manufacturer gives to the wholesale
trade. We guarantee all goods to be equal to
representations or money refunded. Goods
scut by express or freight, with, privilege of fs
amiuaiion before paying.
A. LARPEN A CO..
- - 18S Qulney Street, Chicago. Ill, .