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-cheming is. that of the three revolu
tionary leaders, two are to be hung
and the third imprisoned for life. The
prince's prospects are better than be
Sept. 9, 1886 fore the outbreak.
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Yesterday the county fair closed,
and jioople generally have returned to
their homes well satisfied with the
recreation which it afforded. The
final races caused much horse talk on
the stvets. There was talk last night
<d a match between Flavalla, winner
yesterday, andAdon, to come off at
Salem after the fair next week. Mr.
Richmond finds good backers for his
favorite mare, and Adon isn't with
out his friends. If the match is made
watch the pool box. hi the running
race yesterday our sympathies were
with the losing horse Buckskin. He
was barely beaten at the outcome;
was ahead at the first quarter, but
was carrying 113 lbs., and his rider
had started without a whip. Mr.
McCain may feel justly proud of his
favorite horse. In the contest between
Baker’s and Bryan's horses, much dis
satisfaction was expressed. We have
not yet learned to what extent pre
mium» will be paid exhibitors.
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Senator Mitchell, in an excellent
letter to Gen. Newton, chief of engi
neers, urges the beginning of work at
Yaquina. lie »ays. " If nothing be
done this fall toward utilizing these
appropriations before next winter, the
effect upon our application to con
gress for additional appropriations
next winter will be comparatively dis
astrous. We shall, in such an event,
be met with the argument that the
money appropriated by the last bill is
mainly unexpended, and there is no
occasion for considerable further ap
propriation. In view of the fact that
appropriations made fall so much
short of what your department has ad
vised, and which, in my judgment,
should have been made, it would be
most unfortunate if the state should
be prejudiced at the next session of
congress by a failure to expend the
appropriations as far as the same can
be judiciously expended before next
Then Upon This;
After whioh call at A. J. Apperson’a and
Women are being very generally take a look at the goods
named on county tickets put out thus Conger's Double Seated Drawers and Chttt-
far in Washington territory for the of
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fice of school superintendent. Experi
ment has proven that they are faith Do you realize the astouishinglv low juice* it
ful and competent officials, and the
prejudice against them in holding
Suite from $0.00 up, aud Boys’ Suit!
this office at least, is gradually disap Men's from
$3.50 up. NO SHODDY.
Some tall lying has been done by
Europenn newspapers representing
Russia, Austria and Prussia since the
simple peasants of the Balkan rose in
their fury and demanded that their
prince should be restored. Last week
different ministers of three emperors
were congratulating themselves on
the coup d'etat and ready for the usual
grab. But the soldier» and people of
•lust Received at
Bulgaria have thrown themselves al
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most unanimously on the side of their
plucky though impolitic young prince,
and Alexander left his father s home
tor Btdgaria. The great powers in-l
volved in the attempted dejKisition
now protest that they knew nothing
whatever about it until after theevent.
Brownsville Woolen Mills Agency,
Emperor William heard of it at a regi
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mental mess and had his appetite
spoiled for his favorite tish soup. Bis Sprinkler and Novelty Force Pump. ®T. CH A BL 1* HOTEL
mark went knocking around the shoot I'sed with a preparation for extinguishing
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tire is better than half a dozen Babcock fire
ing galleries at Gastein practicing at extinguishers. We are pleased to state that
Corner Third and B streets,
a target to relieve his surcharged Capt. I. P. Deshon made a test of the above mCMlNNVILI.F.
in this city last evening, and by his demon New house! New furniture! I nsurpassed
mind. Francis Joseph and the czar stration fully established the merits of his in the country. Rates—$1 to $2 per day ac
extinguisher, by instantly extinguishing cording to room. Single meals ¿5 cents
must have gone to bed for a week, as a Are large
fire oovering a surface of 100 feet Lodging, 25 to .50 cents according to room.
we hoar nothing al>out them. But the square, giving entire satisfaction.
Board and Lodging, $4 to $0, per week. Two
I. P. DESHON. Gen. Agt.
Fine Sample Rooms for oommeroial men.
one satisfactory result of all their T. S. P attv , Local
HERE IT IS!
BISHOP & KAY,
Ths mte ii Clothing.
Give me a call and see for yourself.
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