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ORLGUf NEWS AftD NOTES.
The Island Republic.
school books for the use of the schools
that failed of being chosen last year.
The steamer Mionera arrived at
Congressman Ellis is at home in
F. H. BiHMlAlll, Editor & Propr.
At the last voting contest at the Victoria on the 12th. She brought
close of the year there were a num no deported revolutionists. It is
ELK.UA^, Associate Editor.
The new game law provides that ber of books that failed to receive a understood that there were some
no person shall kill more than 20 majority of the votes cast, and for offered, but the company desired to
Subscription $1.00 Per Year. China pheasants in one day. The that reason no selection was made. take no risks in the matter. Hono
law in this respect will be seldom Therefore there must be another lulu advices to March 5 are:
contest to decide the question. The
Work consequent to the rebellion,
Ex-Senator Dolph has entered the books upon which decision was not so far as the military organizations
Rfcidlng notice, in local columns 10 cent« per
line tor first week and 5 cents per line thereafter. practice of law at Portland in part reached are:
Drawing books; phy were concerned, was practically com
Display *dverti»ea.ents, annual rates, one inch
per month il; each additional inch 50 cents per nership with his son-in-law and sical geography; composition and pleted Friday, when the judge advo
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding nephew. Richard Nixon and Chester rhetoric; English literature; sup cate of the military commission
10 lines published free, if furnished in tune to
be current news. Additional matter lii cent* per V. Dolph.
plementary reading (elementary, ’ anuounced that the government had
no more cases to bring before that
The Salem cannery announces that intermediate and academic.)
it will buy all the strawberries
The light and water company will body. All cases have been acted
FRIDAY. MAR. 22, 1805.
brought to it this summer. Enough submit a proposition to the council upon and sentences of only a few
I seed peas have been secured to plant at its next meeting, proposing to minor offenders have yet to be made
100 acres for the cannery.
sell the plant to the city, as provided j known. Natives convicted have, as
A «PAXISH OI TBAGE.
The Eugene Register has changed in the original contract, take out the a rule, been sentenced to five years’
On the morning of March 8th, ' hands, the Yoran Bros, retiring and electric light plant and move it to imprisonment at hard labor, the
while passing the eastern end of Messrs. J. C. Howard, L. S. Row-| Hare's saw' mill on the Tualatin, usual fine of $5000 being remitted by
the island of Cuba, the United States land and Howard Rowland have where cheap fuel may be had. If the president. The ex-queen has
steamship Allianca, running between 1 assumed full control of the office.
this can be done, the light company been sentenced to five years im
New York and Colon, was fired up Rev. J. B Daly, and ex-Roman will furnish the city for street lights prisonment and to pay a fine of $5000.
on1 by a Spanish cruiser and chased Catholic priest, who is reputed to be —fourteen arc lights for the same She is still confined in the room in
for twenty-five miles. Captain Cross I the most powerful, eloquent and in price ten are now furnished. In the executive building where she
man in reporting the incident, says teresting speaker on the protestant business houses arc lights will be was placed on the day of her arrest,
his vessel was on the high seas at and patriotic platform, is lecturing furnished at $5 per month; incandes and is under a guard of the military.
least six miles from the mainland. through the state.
cent lights in business houses, at 3) Just what is to be done with Lilliou-
kalani is a question which the gov
He saluted the Spanish flag when
A man named Honeyman has cents per candle power, and in resi
has not yet answered.
signaled, by raising the American
contracted for 2000 acres of land in dences, at 2} cents per candle power. Certain it is that she will not be
ensign, but declined to be overhauled
Linn county on which he proposes
kept in the executive building for
and searched. Secretary Gresham
to raise flax, under contract with business houses and 4 cents in resi
five years, or placed in the Oahu
very promptly took the matter in
the farmers who own these lands.
prison. Undoubtedly before the end
hand, calling upon the Spanish gov
Thus one by one do the diversities sixteen candle power light would of the month, some proposition will
ernment for proper amends, and the
creep into the Oregon farmer’s life. cost, in the home, 40 cents per
matter has become one for interna
month. These reductions are possi- j be received from the ex-queen’s rep
J. M. Bennington and John Gay,
tional settlement. A very singular
ble by placing the machinery where resentatives, whereby she will either
phase of the matter arises from the tried at Eugene on the 14th for the expense of fuel is zero. The first take up her residence on one of the
statement of the commander of a forgery, were sentenced to the peni cost of the water plant is far greater other islands, or leave the country,
Spanish cruiser claiming that when tentiary for ten and two years than the light plant, but the operat doubtless go to England. She has a
fired upon the Allianca was flying respectively. Bennington was for ing expense is much less.— Hillsboro private income of about $10,000 a
merly in the penitentiary of Wash
year, which will not be interfered
the British flag.
for a like offense.
with by the government. It will
There is not much doubt that the
A big religious revival closed its
not be the policy of the government
affair will be amicably settled, as
FROM THE COUNTY PRESS.
to assume an arbitrary attitude
considerable experience with Spain meetings at Salem Sunday. The
the ex-queen make a reason
in the samejline naturally leads us to
hope. The incident, says the Tri was held every hour in the day in
At the last meeting of the city
All the fathers Mr. J. W. Wilson was elected
Though the work of the military
bune, has been paralleled many times some part of the city.
during the past thirty years. From churches participated, under the city marshal at a salary of $150 per commission is completed, that body
the establishment of American inde lead of Evangelist Yatman. As year. Mr. Wilson will make a good will not be dismissed or martial law
pendence the principle has been up many as fifty conversions occurred officer, and his salary is none too declared off until those who have
signed agreements to leave the
held by the United States govern in one day.
have departed. The last
ment that in time of peace a vessel
Salem has captured the burglar
Hugh, the 11 year son of Hon. H
on the high seas remains under the who has had that town agog for a S. Maloney, was kicked bj1 a horse batch is due to leave March 16.
jurisdiction of the country whose month. He was taken in the woods on Sunday morning last. The index Should any of these men show a dis
flag is rightfully carried; and that and proves to be one Jones, who was finger of the right hand was broken position not to comply with the
any visitation, molestation or deten sent to the penitentiary from Mult and the hand severely bruised. Dr. agreement, they will be promptly
arrested, put on trial before the
tion of such vessel by force on the nomah county for six several crimes Smith set the broken finger.
commission and sentenced. The re
part of any foreign power is deroga of larceny from a dwelling. He was
strictions of martial law have been
tory to the sovereignty of the nation. discharged in 1890, after five and
raised to a great extent. Citizens
That principle was asserted early in one-half years service.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Evens moved are allowed on the streets at night
the century in controversies with
Oregon’s flour product is com
France and Great Britain, and its peting with that of California in the to McMinnville the first of the week. without passes, and the police have
validity has been recognized by those markets of China. All of the avail Lieutenant Flock was acquitted of discarded their rifles.
powers. Spain is the only power able space on the steamer City of the charge brought against him on
Denies the Charge.
wnich ever ventures to trifle with Peking is secured for Oregon flour Thursday of last week by Jim
E ditor :—“By Their Fruits Ye
the dignity of the United States by until May 1st. It is understood that Everest.
Shall Know Them,” is the caption under
firing upon the American flag and a special rate has been given Oregon
The steamer Gray Eagle which which some one writes in your last issue
searching ships on the high seas; manufacturers by the China lines, has been under course of construction and then hides their identity by the mis
and its government invariably ten which enables them to compete with at the foot of River street for the nomer Veritas
This word signifies
ders its apologies whenever a re
past six or eight months, finally got truth, but truth never hides. If it sees
monstrance is offered. The officials
up steam on last Tuesday evening a thing to be wrong, it states it. plainly,
Mr. and Mrs. D. Peebler, of Leb and left for Oregon City where she uncompromisingly, and without hesita
in Cuba have no reasonable excuse
for ignorance of the laws of nations anon, 92 and 90 years of age respec was to be inspected by the proper tion, but never hides its identity.
As for me, I detest anonymous com
tively, have been married 68 years, officers. She made a trial run up as
in this respect.
but honor any one^who has
The Virginius, flying the American
far as Ash island and those on board
back bone enough to rebuke anything he
flag, was captured on the high seas
said she handled herself in a very
thinks to be wrong, provided he does it
on November 3, 1873, by the Spanish Both Grandpa and Grandma Peebler graceful manner. J. M. Tice went so all may know who it is and what
cruiser Tornado, taken into Santiago are bright in mind and active in mind along as fireman ou the trip down prompted him to do it. Consequently to
with her crew and passengers, and and body for their ages. Grandpa the river, while F. II. Story went write over one’s own signature adds
many of the latter were put to death Peebler walks up town, ten blocks along to do any work on the pipes weight to the writing, and no one else
without trial. Although the ship from his home, and back quite often. that was necessary. Considerable will have either praise or blame which
was restored and indemnity paid
The Corvallis Times says that litigation bobbed up during the time belongs to the author.
through Secretary Fish’s instru Prof. Coote has demonstrated that the boat has been under course of The article in question shows thought
mentality, his immediate successor, curly leaf in the peach tree, is caused construction, which has caused a fulness and interest in theological and
Secretary Evarts, had to deal with by cold temperature He placed two good many annoying delays, but historical^tudy, and I have no right to
say that the writer had not an honest
four separate instances of the visita trees badlj’ affected with the curl everything seems to be lovely now’
purpose in view, but he made a mistake
tion and search of American vessels leaf where there was a continuous and the new craft is confidently ex by not signing his own name. What he
by Spanish cruisers, in each case warm temperature, and the leaves pected to make a record for its owners says about “one of the strongest churches
several shots were fired into the are now as healthy as any tree, and that will prove renumerative and in this city being greatly injured,” I
rigging after the flag had been dis the young peaches on these trees are generally satisfactory. Long may think is much overdrawn if not entirely
played, and the vessels were visited already making a good growth
she float, while her whistle continues : untrue. We have made inquiry and
to awaken the sleepy Oregonians,! find sb a result that the Sunday schools
and searched by armed crews out
It is discovered that under a strict
and congregations of the different
ride the territorial jurisdiction of
construction of the law of 1893, al who reside along the banks of the churches are good, and all of the ser
The state department re
lowing discharged convicts $5, a flu
vices interesting. So while there may
minded the Madrid government that
suit of clothes, and transportation
be some injury from members of the
the United States never had recog
to his former residence, is no longer
churches leaving their own church ser
nized any pretense or exercise of
vices, and putting their dimes, which
in force, no appropriation for this
sovereignty on the part of Spain be
purpose having been made by the grain warehouse of J.1 AV. Briedwell, pay the current expenses into the
yond a single league from the Cuban
last legislature, and Salem people Jr., of this city and will run it with wrong box, I am of the opinion that the
coast in time of peace
are worrying lest convicts be turned his list of others in this and Polk number who do’so is very small indeed,
speedily followed, and the offense
and the injury very slight. Quis est
loose there ragged and "broke.”
counties this fall.
was repeated on the first convenient
L ee T hompson .
Corvallis has a female engineer. purchased and sold 18,000 bushels of [It is perhaps proper to explain that
wheat, the contents of his warehouse
Th Spanish officials understand the She is Mrs John Schuldt, and for
the caption of the article in question was
regulations of international law in more than a year she has run the
supplied by the editor. Mr. Thompson
this respect. They know that they four horse power engine in the Cor
is not altogether right about the use of
an assumed name in writing for the
have no right to fire upon merchant vallis creamery. During that time
A citizen of Dayton who has a press It is our observation that mod
ships or to search them when a not one dollar of repairs have been
of peach trees, is making an esty as often ecreens itself behind a uom
league outside land.
attempt to insult the British or Ger the furnace has always made steam effort to secure some fruit this sea de plume as any other virtue or lack of
man flag, but consider it a harmless just as successfully as if the person son. In the evening he covers his; virtue. The cause of truth is as often
i ■ ■ ■
pastime to challenge American sove in charge had been arrayed in trous peach trees with sheets to protect
reignty on the high seas. Whenever
D. A. Snyder has received en-1 A HARD-WORKING WOMAN
there are signs of insurrection or Mrs. Schuldt runs the separator,
—sooner or later suffer»
from backache, nervous,
revolt on the island these depreda churns the cream, works the butter couraging reports from those to ’
worn-out feelings, or
tions on American commerce are and prepares it for market. Let it whom he has sent samples of evapo
a sense of weight in
the abdomen, drag
W’hat renders these be recorded in history, that there rated potatoes. He has the assur
ging down sensations
constantly repeated offenses pecu was plenty of opportunity for wide ance that, they are an article of food
and dizziness. It will
liarly exasperating is the fact that
all come to an end
that will be in good demand by cer
with Dr. Pierce’s Fa
Cuba remains under the Spanish years of the nineteenth century.— tain foreign countries, and by ships
rule, simply and solely because the
tion for it’s wo
making long voyages. Also by
That old error was re-enacted at hunters and tourists.
United States government does not
tonic and ner
; it restores
show any sympathy with insurrec
There will be a meeting of the
her strength, reg.
tion there. The Washington gov lady students of Willamette uni legal voters of school district No. 28
ulates and pro
all the natural functions and makes
ernment any day can kindle an versity had occasion to visit a friend in the council room in this city, motes
a new woman of her. Uterine debility, ir
irrepressible conflict from one end of and in so doing concluded that it March 25, when the question of regularity and inflammation are most of
the cause of the extreme nervousness
the island to the other by taking was best to hide what treasure she contracting a bonded indebtedness ten
and irritability of some women—the medi
cine to cure it is the “Prescription” of
cognizance of the actual conditions
of $4000 for the purpose of building Dr Pierce. All the aches, pains and weak
of public opinion and warning Spain instead of carrying it on her person. and furnishing a two-story frame nesses of womanhood vanish where it is
employed. Dr. Pierce’s Favorite
of the consequences of the continu Concluding that the safest place school house with basement will be faithfullv
Prescription is therefore just the medicine
ance of misgovernment there. Not would be the parlor stove she quietly submitted and voted on. The vote for young girls just entering womanhood
and for women at the critical “change of
all the battalions of the peninsula placed a purse, containing $10 in will be by ballot, which will be, life.
could retain or reconquer Cuba if gold and about $3 in silver, therein, “bonds, yes.” "Bonds, no.”
one word of sympathy or interest for the bottom of the heater being cov
revolutionists were heard from ered with ashes; she departed on her
S. Howorth & Co. desire us to publish
later returning she naturally went the following extract from a letter of
CURES THE WORST CASES.
Chas. M. Gutfield, of Reedley, Fresno
No. 308 West jd Street.
to the stove to bring forth the county, Cal., as they handle the remedy Mr. HOMBn r-ior of
A Point Well Stated.
Sioux City. la., writes:
wife' was troubled
The discovery of a powerful com shekels. On opening the door, im referred to and want their customer« to
with female weakness,
of the uterus.
bination of postal employes, protected agine her surprise when she saw the ' know what a splendid medicine it is:
She had been doctoring
doctor of any
“It is with pleasure I tell you that by
from dismissal by the civil-service
good reputation, and had
of money in
law, to influence legislation in their
hospitals, but to no pur-
interest and against that of the pub
lic service, is a significant forecast in the ashes which she had not per cold. My head was completely stopped
against patent medi
of what would happen were the gov ceived at an earlier hour.
cines. but as a last resort
recommend this remedy.” A cold near
we tried a bottle of Dr.
ernment to acquire the railroads and
State Superintendent of Instruc ly always starts in the head and after
Pierce’s Favorite Pre
We had seen
telegraph lines, with 1,000,000 or tion G. M. Irwin, is sending out j wards extends to the throat and lungs.
some of yonr advertise
more employes. These employes circulars to the county superintend By using this remedy freely as soon as
mings. a west-side drug
Mas. C lark .
gist. advised us to try a
would combine and run the country ents of schools, requesting them to the cold has been contracted it will cure
We tried it with
_____ the following results :
by huckstering their votes between prepare and send him their votes the cold at once and prevent it from ex bottle.
The first bottle did her so much
------ _ good
bought another, and have continued until she
designating the remaining list of tending to the lunge
has been cured.”
Yamhill County Reporter.
helped as hindered by separation from
personality. Oftentimes undue weight '
is given to an article appearing over the i
signature of a person of high social or |
scholarly standing, while similar words ;
from au humbler person would make Fainting Spells, Neuralgia and
There are several
other reasons that justify the use of a
noni de plume. Nevertheless an editor Hood’s Sarsaparilla Clvas Health
always prefers to have people sign their
names to what they write.—En.) -
“C. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mas«.:
“DearSirs: I saw Hood’s Sarsaparilla
t NPRODI ctive apple or .
highly recommended In newspapers. I
had neuralgia in
my bead, back
During the last summer I have
and arma. I also
had occasion to visit several localities
had weak fainting
iu Western New York, and I have
spells and oould
been greatly impressed with the
find nothing to
number of old. wornout apple or
me any good
chards, which are an eyesore wher
After reading the
ever found, aud which should be cut
down and used for firewood. It is
about the good
difficult to understand why’ so many
dead and dying trees have been
rilla was doing 1
allowed to stand after having out
decided to give it
lived their usefulness. The beauty
a trial. I have
of any farm is marred and its value
Miss Rosa Sheldon
taken it regularly
depreciated by these old trees. I
La Center, Wub.
since early last
Heart is Stronger
ask the members of this society to
give aid in remedying this condition
of things. The public good and
local pride demand this. Again, the
number of orchards of medium age
which are partially or totally neg
lected is very large. These orchards
should be taken care of or destroyed.
Few of us realize how much valuable
land is unproductive owing to its
condition. I11 most cases, by .plow-
the sod and fertilizing and pruning,
vigor, health and fruitlulness can be
restored. Many hesitate to under
take the work on account of the
expense involved, but it is evident
there has been too much delay al
ready; we are really forced to meet
au emergency and do something at
once. As to the advisability of culti
vating and pruning there is no
question. A thorough cleaning up
will completely change the aspect of
our fruit farms and homes, and many
places can be made valuable which
otherwise are worthless. A grower
at Carleton, Orleans county, stated
recently at a farm institute that he
had thinned out his orchard to the
year and can truthfully say it
Has Perfectly Cured Me.
I do not suffer now with any breaking out
on my head, nor have any fainting spells.
The action of my heart has been strength-
to Get Hood’s.
Arriving Daily !
ened and I am free from all pain. I cheer
fully recommend Hood’s Sarsaparilla to
whoever wishes to enjoy health and com
fort.” M isb R osa S heldon , La Center,
Washington. N. B. Be to get Hood’s.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood <S: Co.,Lowell,
Masa. Sold by all druggist«, $1; six for $6.
Our Display Begins
Hood's Pills cure Nausea, Bick Headache,
iadlges'fon Biliousness. 25c. per box.
Monday, March 25th,
extent of 600 trees, and sprayed the
remaining 600 three times with
Bordeaux mixture. As a result he
marketed 2400 barrels of fine apples
at an average price of $2.13 per bar
rel.— IF. C. Barry before the Western
New-York Horticultural Society.
Continuing Throughout Court Week.
New Dress Groods
NEW TRIMMINGS AND LININGS
The Genuine Hair Cloth
THE FAD OF THE SEASON
Underwear and Furnishing Goods
o f V • • •
• • • <_X
In fact, New Goods in Every Department at
Exceptionally Low Prices
w • • • • -w.
A. J. APPlbRSON.
KAY & TODD’S.
Lime 50 cents a barrel !
Hodson has a large quantity of lime which he will sell at the
above price. Did you ever buy lime at that price, or hear of its selliug so
cheaply before. There is a great bargain in this lime
We Have The
LATEST NOVELTIES IN CLOTHING
Hats, Shoes, Furnishing Goods.
Pnillt VUlir house.
O 1 IV 111 VI
Make your garden.
Hodson has best quality and cheapest prices in paints and
Go and see him before you paint your house this spring.
Of course you will make some garden. Hodson can supply
you with everything you need for gardening.
We Make The
Priées to Suit the Times.
Examine our prices before
KAY & TODD.
Call in and see:
O. O. HODSON.
Spring is Here I
THE RED PROMT
Is prepared for business revival. Its stock of groceries
is kept fresh and up to date. Our’s is no “original package”
store. You are as eale in having your purchaser weighed and
done up by us as to get them in original packages. We have
beard of places where you cannot do this.
All kinds of Fine,
old Watches re
paired and made
to run as good
as new at
D. A. SMITH'S
AU kinds of Watches, Clooki
and Jewelry for «ale at
bard times prices.
Our aim is to Please and Satisfy.
Come and see us-
E. I_. WEIE2D.
GREAT • • • •
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