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THE ALASKA RUSH.
tVeatern Roads Preparing to Ignore the
Chicago, Dec. 13. The Western
roads have for some time been figuring
earnestly on the business that is ex
; pected to set in in the late winter and
; the early spring toward Alaska. They
have been doubtful twhether the pur
chasers of transportation would wish
Jto buy tickets through to Dawson City,
br only to the ports on the coast, and
today the roads took their first action
bearing on the question of Alaska rates.
They have decided to get out their rate
' sheets showing the rates to Alaska and
will ignore entirely the claims of the
Canadian Pacific for the differential on
the business. , The rates of the Cana
dian Pacific will not be shown on the
' frheet at all.
In the days of the old Transconti
nental Association, the Canadian Pa
cific was allowed a differential of $5 on
its Pacifio coast business, and it claims
the same now, but the roads of the old
association, and those of the Western
Passenger Association, after the pro-
- mulgation of the - supreme court deoi
Bion regarding the formation of pools
und associations, absolved them from
. all further obligations to allow the
Differentials of the Canadian Pacific.
'i.The latter road has never seen' the mat-
" ter in that light and it wiH make a
.fight that is very likely to demoralize
, the rates to Alaska, and North Pacifio
i(coas.t ports. '. ' '
FIGHT , ON "THE BORDER.
. Three Mexican Guards and One Des
Denver, Dec. 13. News is received
of a desperate fight that occurred near
the border of Arizona and old Mexioo.
Three guards of the- Mexican servi6e
and one desperado were killed. The
' latter was Franco Phallard, one of
Black Jack's gang, and an outlaw from
.Texas, whose two brothers were killed
while members of Billy the Kid's gang.
A few days ago the border guards
learned of a raid that was designed by
Black Jack to loot a town across the
" river, "A start was made from Leander
Springs, and the guards had no diffi
culty in finding them. The two forces
met face to face at a turn in the road.-
There were eight outlaws against three
o'ficers, but the latter opened the at
' taok with orders of "hands' up." Two
of the outlaws turned their horses for
the , hills,,, but Phallard dismounted,
fire and; killed the three officers before
he fell with a wound in his side which
proved fatal. "
Phallard is the last of the Sam Bass
gang oi trainroDDers, wno cleaned out
Custer City many years ago.
, . HIS LAST HOPE GONE.
The California Supreme Court Decides
, f ' Against Durrant.
San Francisco, Dec, 13. Lata this
afternoon the supreme oourt dispelled
the last -hope of W. H. T. Durrant, the
murderer-of Blanohe Lamont and Min
- fiie Williams,' by disposing in a sum
mary manner of his two appeals.
In a written opinion, from the pen of
' Chief Justice Beatty,, which is oon
"', cur'red in by all but one of his col
leagues, the court affirms the judgment
of Judge Bahrs, in remanding the pris
oner to San Quentin Until the time set
for his execution, but reverses that sen-
; , tencirig Durrant to be hanged on Novem-
bei 11; i and remands the case to the
.superior-court, witn instructions to pro
oeed aocording to law. ,
- in uue renmiur was oruereu issued
forthwith and the court holds that ex
ecution can only be stayed now by the
.'issuance of a . certificate of probable
( cause, At only remarhs to resentence the
"condemned murderer, which will prob
ably be done tomorrow.
Justice Garoutte alone dissented from
this opinion, maintaining that Dur
rani's appeals should have been dis-
' 'missed,' as the time required by law for
their perfection had been allowed to
V lapse,-.- - -
BRAVE PORTLAND GIRL.
', ; .
Rescued a Woman From a Burning
, , -( i Victoria Lodging House. -
'' Victoria, B. C, Dec. 13. Through
the couraee and TjromDtitu.de of Lilv
Baldwin, a Portland .girl, a life was
saved here under sensational circum
stances; yesterday evening. There had
VtPAn an Tnlnsinrt nf cnnnlina in flio nil
tent factory of Tryon & Co., and the
.'entire premises were soon blazing. Oa
"iihe upper floor was the American lodging-house,
whose proprietress, Mrs.
Fox, was ill in bed. In the confusion
: 'She was forgotten until the Portland
girl, a, lodger, remembered her, She
ran upBtairs and carried ' down the
landlady, who by that time was uncon
scious from suffocation. Both escaped
with slight burns, although their dan
ger, was imminent.
K' ' Rich Strike in Montana.
Butte, Mont., Dec. 13. Reports
from .the Lowland mining district are
that a'rich strike of gold- and silver
quartz has been made in the Ruby
mine, arid that over a million dollars'
worth of ore is in eight. The owners
are taking out over $2,000 a day. The
property was purchased last summer
from Adolph Moudehauer, of San Fran
cisoo, for $90,000, the principal . owner
being M. E. Graves, a New York man.
i ' New York, Deo. 13. The largest life
insurance policy ever issued has been
written 'in: this city, calling for $1,000,
000 insurance upon the life of George
, W. Viariderbilt. The policy is what is
. '&ovii as a 20-payment life oontract,
'and provides for a premium of $35,000
jrear. After Mr. Vanderbilt haspaid .
that sum yearly for 20 years the" pay
ments cease and the principal becomes
due at his death.. The next largest '
' polioy ever written is said to have' been 1
f65f 00,000 ($500,000),
WEEKLY MARKET LETTER.
Office of Downing, Hopkins & Co., Chicago
Board of Trade Brokers, 711-714Chamber of Com
merce Building, Portland, Oregon.
Light speculation was the dominating
factor in the wheat market last week.
Its force was felt more keenly than at
any time since prices left 64 cents five
months ago. The ; bear ' element is
working on the idea that all the bullish
influences have been discounted by the
advance in prices of 86 cents from the
low point in the spring. Wheat that
cleared last week was all bought a
month or more ago, and prices were ad
vanced at the time. Now that the
stuff is moving out, the bulls think
that prices should continue to go tip,
because the stuff is being delivered to
the buyers. The latter are not taking
hold as freely, but export sales during
the week were heavy. For three
months the market has backed and
filled around 90 cents for May, getting
5 cents above it recently, and has been
L' 2 cents below it. The bears have been
unable to maintain a break for more
than a day or two below 90 cents. ' De
cember sold 4. cents to 17 cents
premium over May. The position of
the bulls and their intention are as
much of a puzzle as ever. They stand
ready to pay 'for 5,000,000 bushels of
wheat, and are very liable to get it be
fore the first of the year. Elevator
people, however, are not disposed to
make any deliveries until navigation is
closed, as they want to keep the wheat
in their houses. TheLeiter party havd
from 5,000,000 to 7,000,000 bushels
bought. There are also scattered lines
that will reaoh above 2,000,000 bushels
held by parties outside of the pool.
The claim is made that there is no
shortage, except on the part of the ele
vator people. The ' latter have been
bringing wheat down from Duluth. It
is a deal that no one except rioh men
can afford to be in. The bulls claim
that the wheat brought down from the
Northwest by the elevator people has
not shown any profit. If suoh is the
case, it seems rather strange that two
such shrewd business men as Armour
and Weare should be so actively engaged
in it. Government report gives crop of
winter and spring wheat at 850,000,000
bushels. Visible supply of wheat de
creased 101,000 bushels, and now totals
84,744 bushels. -
. . Portland Market.
Wheat "Walla Walla, 72 73c; Val
ley and Bluestem, 76 76c per bushel.
Four Best grades, $4.25; graham,
$3.40; superfine, $2.25 per barrel. ,
Oats Choice white, 84 85c; choice
gray, 82 33c per bushel.
Barley Feed barley, $1920; brew
ing, $20 per ton.
Millstiffs Bran, $17 per ton; mid
dlings, $21; shorts, $11. '
Hay Timothy, $12.5013; clover,
$1011; California wheat, $10; do
oat, $11; Oregon wild hay, $910 per
Eggs 18J25c per dozen.
Butter Fancy creamery, 5055o;
fair to good, 4045c; dairy, 8040c
i Cheese Oregon, lljo; Young
America, 12c; California, 910o
per pound. .
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $1.75
2.50 per doe'zn; broilers, $2.002.50;
geese, $5. 50 6; ducks, $3. 00 4. 50
per dozen; turkeys, live, 10llc per
Potatoes Oregon Burbanks, 8545c
per sack) sweets, $1.40 per cental.
Onions Oregon, new, red, 90c; yel
low, 80o per cental.
Hops 814c per pound for new
crop;, 1896 crop, 46o.
Wool Valley, 14 16c per pound;
Eastern Oregon, 712o; mohair, 20
22o per pound. - .
Mutton Gross, best hheep, wethers
and ewes, $3.00; dressed mutton,
5o; spring lambs, 5c per pounds.
Hogs Gross, choice heavy, $4.00;
lightand feeders, $3. 004.00; dressed,
$4. 50 5. 00 per 100 pounds.
, Beef Gross, top steers, $2. 75 3. 00;
cows, $2.25; dressed beef, 45c per
Veal Large, 4 5o; small, 5
6o per pound. -
Butter Fancy native creamery,
brick, 28c; ranch, 1618c. .
Cheese Native Washington, 12c;
Eggs Fresh ranch, 80 32c.
Poultry Chickens, live, per pound,
hens, 10c; spring chickens, $2.50
8 00; ducks, $3. 50 3. 75. ...
Wheat Feed wheat, $22 per ton.
Oats Choice, per ton, $1920.
Corn Whole, $22; cracked, per ton,
$22; feed meal, $22 per ton.
; Barley Rolled or ground, per ton,
$22; whole, $22. -, '
Fresh Meats Choice dressed beef,
steers, 6c; cows, 5c; mutton sheep,
7c; pork, 7c; veal, small, 7.
' Fresh Fish Halibut, 4 5c; salmon,
84c; salmon trout, 710o; flounders
and sole, 8 4; ling cod, 4 5; rock cod,
5c; smelt, 2)4c. ;
Fresh Fruit Apples, 50o$1.25 per
box; peaches, 7580c; prunes, 8540c;
pears, 75c $1 per box.
San Francisco Market.'
Wool Nevada 11 13c; Oregon, 12
14c; Northern 78o per pound.
Hops 10 14c per pound.
Millstnffs Middlings, $2022; Cal
ifornia bran, $17.6018.00 per ton.,
Onions New red. 70 80c; do new
silverskin, $1.401.60 per cental.
Eggs Store, 28 28c; ranoh, 27
80c; Eastern, 1420; duck, 2025c per
dozen. , .
' Cheese Fanoymild, new, 12c; fair
to good, 7 8c per pound..
OREGON STATE NEWS.
Brief Review of the "Week Throughout
', the State.
Thirty-four marriage licenses were
issued by the Marion county clerk in
Fishermen on the Umpqua are ship
ping sturgeon overland via Drain to
Four panthers were killed near Marsh
field last week. One measured 1
feet from tip to tip. . 1
Manager Dorwin increased the force
at the Jewett mine and will hereafter
run night and day shifts.
Samuel Henry, a veteran of the oivil
war, celebrated his 94th birthday an
niversary at Jacksonville last week.
It is estimated that over 20,000 boxes
of apples have been shipped from the
Coquille valley this season, and there
are several carloads yet to be forwarded.
The owners of the Oregon Bonanza
mine contemplate running a blind tun
nel, to begin on the Powell creek side
of the mountain and extend westward
a distance of 800 feet.
Another shipment of Wallowa coun
ty beef cattle was made from Elgin the
latter part of last week by a Chioago
dealer. He paid S4 cents for the
steers weighed at Joseph.
A lot of cattle were recently bought
on Smith river, in Lane county, and
driven to Harrisburg. ' The average
weight of 16 of the band was estimated
to be 1,750 pounds each.
A three-foot ledge of bituminous coal
has been found in the south end of
Jackson county, as good as that pro
duced in eastern states. Indications
are that the vein is very extensive.
The judgment in favor of the state of
Oregon and against Baker county has
been recorded in Baker City, and a tax
levy will have to be made to raiso the
amount of the judgment, $10,928.60.
It was blowing a gale when the Chil
kat crossed the Coos bay bar Monday,
and two tremendous seas boarded the
little steamer.' Her stern was stove in,
and she is at North Bend, undergoing
An old store building, a landmark,
at Utter City, Coos county, collapsed
during the recent storm. As many sur
veys started from the old building as a
corner, some trouble will be caused in
It is a foregone conclusion that we
will be treated to the operations of a
first-class English mining company, in
the Ashland district very soon, as one
of the best and largest quartz mines is
now being listed on the London mar
ket.' . , -
At the Clackamas hatchery about 1,
000,000 young fish have been turned
out so far this season. There are now
about 5,000,000 eggs in the troughs in
all stages of hatching. The eggs were
obtained from the Little White Salmon
river station, in Washington.
There was a heavy run of salmon in
the Siuslaw this year, and at the
Florence cannery 8,500 cases of canned
salmon and 600 barrels of salmon were
recently shipped to ; San Francisco. J
Mr. Hurd says that 10,000 cases could
have been put up had the market price
During the last two months one man
has shipped from Brownsville, to out
side markets, 1,150 turkeys, 650
chickens, 71 geese and 95 ducks, mak
ing a total of about 15,000 pounds of
poultry shipped by him alone. . There
are several other poultry buyers in
Brownsville, who have shipped a large
. There have been shipped from Med
ford station this season thus far about
40 carloads of apples, and there re
mains to be shipped yet 20 carloads
more of merchantable apples. This
includes fruit hauled from the Apple
gate and surrounding oOuntry. Two
carloads of dried fruits of different
varieties have been shipped eastward
from that station, too, and about eight
carloads more remain to be shipped.
The Alabny Fruit Company has
shipped tq Davenport, la., 600 boxes of
Oregon winter apples. The company
is also arranging to ship a carload of
winter apples to Missouri. There is a
good demand for Oregon apples in the
East, but they must be salable. This
oompany has dried 8,000 pounds of
apples, which were not good keepers.
It is also now arranging to carry out
the experiment of drying vegetables
for the Alaska trade.
While workmen were excavating-, a
ditoh in Elgin, at the interesection of
Front and C. streets, last week, at&s
depth of two feet or a little more they
began to uncover human bones, and in
a short time almost the entire skeleton
was unearthed. : A few feet further oh
they unearthed portions of another
skeleton. From the shape of the skull
found, the remains are undoubtedly
those of Indians, buried long before
the whites settled there, says the Elgin I
There has been received at Astoria a
fish from the life-saving crew at Fort '
Canby that no one seems to recognize.
Some pronounced it a devil fish, and (
others are certain it is an octopus. It ,
is about three feet long and of dark
brown oolor. Its girth is probably 10
or 12 inches and from the tail to the ,
gills varies but little in size. The
head is attached to the body withal
sort of swivel, and the mouth is hid
beneath a clump of tentacles about a ,
A Lake county man who left last '
June to assist in driving 8,000 head of
sheep to Amadee, Cal., has returned.
He says that the sheep were bought be
fore shearing or lambing for $1.78 to
$2 a head, and that Flanagan & Dunn,
the purchasers, have made a little for
tune on the speculation, as the culls of
the band are worth $3 a head at Ama
dee. He thinks their profit will be
nearer 200 per cent than 100. They
had a successful drive and spent 'the
summer in the Sycan country, in Lake
Te Sflll the Ocean's Wave.
A scheme to increase the efficiency
of oil to still the waves of the ocean in
a storm has been thought out by Wil
Jiam Guthrie, of Chicago. His notion
is based on the argument that if oil has
a pacifying effect-when distributed on
the water in the immediate neighbor
hood of the ship in trouble, its effect
would be magnified if the oil could be
applied at a distance all about the ship,
thus creating a calm cirole, in whioh
the ship could ride in safety until the
storm had spent its fury. His proposi
tion is to shoot saturated sponges or cot
ton from a pneumaMo gun, that being
preferable to a powder gun, as there
would be no danger of igniting the oil
soaked sponge. Some people interested
in shipping have been impressed with
the idea and application is to be made
to congress for an appropriation to test
In the publication of the Berlin
Academy of Sciences, Professor Roent
gen has an article in which he confirms
the observation of Dr. Brandes that it
is possible to make the X-rays visible
to the eye. ' '
KNOCKED OUT. , t
It knocks out all calculations of attend
ing to business in the right way for a day
when we wake up in the morning sore and
stiff. The disappointment lies in going to
bed all right and waking up all wrong.
I There is a short and sire way out of it. Go
I to bed after a good rub with St. Jacobs Oil
and you wake up all right; soreness and
stiffness all gone. So sure is this, that men
I much exposed in changeful weather keep
a bottle of it orf the mantel for use at night
to iake sure of going to work in good nx.
I A floral curiosity is on exhibition in
. the Temple Gardens, London. It is a
I $5,000 orchid from Venezuela. It has
a white flower which in shape resem
bles a sea-gull with outspread wings.
THE PUBSUIT OF HAPPINESS.
When the Declaration of Independence as
serted, man's right to this, it enunciated an
Immortal truth. The bilious sufferer is on the
road to happiness when he begins to take Hos
tetter's Bitters, the most efficacious regulator
of the liver in existence. -Equally reliable is it
In chills and fever, constipation, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, kidney trouble and nervousness.
Use it regularly, and not at odd intervals.
If you look at the map you will find
that the mountain chains of the Old
World lie east and west, while those of
the New World lie north and south.
AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS.'
We are asserting in the corts our right to the
exclusive use of the word " CASTOR1A," and
' PITCHER'S CASTORIA," as our Trade Mark.
I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "PITCHER'SCASrORIA,'
the same that has borne and does now bear the
facsimile signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on
every wrapper. This is the original " PITCHER'S
CASTORIA" which has been used in the homes
Of the mothers of America for over thirty years.
Look Carefully at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have always bought, and has the
signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on the
wrapper. No one has authority from me to use
my name except The Centaur Company of which
Chas. H. Fletcher is President. .
March S, 1S97. SAMUEL PITCHER-, M.D,
Benjamin Bissell, who lives near
Ballston Spa., N. Y., says he has voted
for eighteen presidential candidates,
not one of whom waseleoted.
HOMK PRODUCTS AND PUBS FOOD.
All Eastern Syrup, so-called, usually very
light colored and of heavy body, is made from
rlucose. "Tea Harden Drins" if made from
bugar Cane and is strictly pure. It is for sale
by first-class grocers, in cans only. Manufac
tured by the Pacific Coast Syrup Co. All gen
uine "Tea Gavdfn Vrivs" have the manufac
turer's name lithograp'hed on every can.
Piso's Cure for Consumption is the only
lough medicine used in my house. I). C.
Albright, Mirriinburg, Pa., Dec. 11, '95.
try Schilling's Best tea and baking powder.
Diamonds have been discovered, in
rare instances, in the -meteoiic stones
which have fallen to the earth.
"King Solomon's Treasure," only Aphrodisiacal
Tonic known. (See Dictionary.) 15.00 a box, 3
weeks' treatment. Mason Chemical Co., P. O. Box
?47, Philadelphia, Pa. .
In every mile of railway there are
even feet four inches not covered by
the rails, the space left for expansion.
The number of stars pictured on the
latest English and German photo
graphic atlasses is about 68,000,000.
There are no rats,' mice or cats in
Santa Fe, N. M. The air there is too
rarifled for them to exist.
Sweet young- girls I How often they
ievelop into worn, listless, andhopeless
women because mother has nob im
pressed upon them the Importan ie of
attending to physical development. ,
No woman s exempt from physical
weakness and periodical pain,
&nd young- girls just ,
budding m- g
as well as
you know of
lady who is
ask her to ad
dress Mrs, Pink
ham at Lynn,
Mass. , and tell every detail of r .'
her symptoms, surroundings and occu
pation. " ,
She will get advice from a source
that has no rival in experience of wo
men's ills. Tell her to keep nothing
back. Her story will be told to a wo
man, not to a man. She need not hesi
tate in stating details that she may
not wish to mention, but which are
essential to a full understanding ofJier
case, and if she is frank, help is certain
to come I ; ' '
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The' contest ends
Schilling s Best baking powder and tea are
What is the missing word? not SAFE, although Schilling's Best baking
powder and tea are safe. '
Get Schilling's Best baking powder or tea at your grocers'; take out the
ticket (brown ticket in every package of baking powder; yellow ticket in the
tea); send a ticket with each word to address below before December 31st.
' Until October 15th two words allowed for every ticket ; after that only one
word for every ticket. ' .,3,-':
If only one person finds the word, that person gets 2000.00; if several find
it, I2000.00 will be equally divided among them. '
Every one sending a brown or yellow ticket will receive a set of cardboard
creeping babies at the end of the contest. Those sending three or more in one
envelope will receive an 1898 pocket calendar no advertising on .it." These
creeping babies and pocket calendars will be dinerent from the ones offered ,inV
the last contest. ,
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By local applications as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
! way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu
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you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear
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the result, and unless the inflammation can be
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condition, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
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We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
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Recent French experiments have de
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that certain persons possess a magnetic
polarity that is, they act as magnets,
having north and south poles. Such a
person, when completely undressed
and placed near a sensitive galvanome
ter, will, when turned on a vertical
axis, cause a deflection first in one di
rection and then in the opposite, just
as a magnet would. All persons do not
possess this polarity. Professor Mu
rani, an Italian, upon whom the experi
ment was tried, exhibited this phenom
enon, and it is was found that his
breast corresponded to a north pole and
his back to a south pole.
A fat men's club has been instituted
in Paris, with the novel aim of In
creasing the weight of the members,
the rules enjoining all the comrades to
sleep, eat and drink as much as pos
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