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iWEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN, Tuesday. September is. 1000.
Desperate Efforts Made by the Citizens to
Bring Life Into the Stricken City.
Alt the DestltntA AriTik(n O&re Of
from Death Ever RerorilM
fJALVESTOV, Tex.; Sept.. H-The
iiift real attempt to clear away the
gteat mass of debris: piled along the
beach front for distance of-several
mile wa-begun today.- Th exodus
from the city was. heavy today, and
hundreds were eager to go, but were
unable "to secure tranoirtation. Along
the bay front there were scores of
families with dejetced faces, pleading
to I taken from ho stricken, city
where, in spite of every effort to re
store confidence, there is a universal
feeling of depression!
Shipping - men say today that the
lainage to Hie Wharves is by no means
att serious a at lirst supposed.; More
hopeful reiorts were received : today
touching the water supply. The wat
er eonipauy is now iervlug some of
its customers. Soldiers pa 1 rolled the
Mater front and challeugid all who
could -uotiiow" proier reason for their
.landing, or wlio were unwilling" to
work for the privilege of coming into
Assurance have Ih-ii rttfivvil by
the railroad that they will do all in
their wwer Jo re-os-u communication,
-and their, present -plan kccui t in- to
onceiitrale all foris ou the work of
it-constructing one bridge. Telegraph
lc eomnmuieation has been -partly re
stored, the WesTern Fniou and Postal
companies having notched the city
with. oie wire.
The relief committees are Kteadily
broadening the s oe of I heir work.
They have established bureaus tftif
the is5uan-e of orders and rations hi
eery wart I. and though there is a
multitude surrounding every bureau
the applicants arc rapidly bein:f taken
care of. - J
The sympathy felt for Galveston
throughout the world was ag-iin evi
denced this morning, when loeal hank
ers were "notified bv cable that the
S? .:cJU '-
Baroness Nichii Lady
Of Japan . Of
England . j
MADE A DEADLY ASSAULT.
FIMHT BETWEEN" A WHITE MAX
A X I .FORTY J A 1 "A X ES E.
n a iuall isiatHl in the I'aejhc near
Hawaii AH Participants Are I
111 Honolulu. . - , j
HtXOLlTI.IT, Spt. via San Fran,
cisco, Sept. 14. The story of a battl
ou I4ajs.n1 iflaml, a sinall sjteck iu
the 'Pacitte which was mice a Hawai
ian dependency, rvache1! here todays'
by the bark eylui. wlileh lroueht to
Ilunolul'i all the participants in tbf
nITair. It was a light letwee!i t'ui
tain 5p ucr, the "king of the l-dan-l,'
ami ftfl'ty Japanese l.ilorers. who were
taken there to helj load vessels from
Honolulu with guatW ...... , i .
The captain tirnl eight belM Into
th crowd of forty men. killing two
of them and wounding several. C'it
taln Speneer aud the Japanese" were
taken on Imard the Ceylon, and takeu
to Hono!ulti. . j
On arriving In Honolulu last nitit
Captain ipeu-er was chargel with
murder. Th" Jaijanese allepe that tUey
made no attack Stpou the apt am. but
simply assembled to discuss the mat
ter of the food Ktippl.Vi
The Japanese consul will probably
lie asked to demand damages for the
Japauese from I'irsau, for their suf
ferings on the way. to Houolulu.
. A RECORl,TRIP;
. San Francisco Sept 14. Alibt . a
record trip. from the Eastern coast was
made by ... the large, steamer Bosnia,
which has arrived, 47 dav and(' 10
hours from Philadelphia. She belotigs
to the Hamburg-American line, and
lias been chartered by the German
Ternroent. ;me iksaia Is the larg
est steamship that ever came to this
i ENVOYS' WIVHS AT PEKIN.
Mrs Conner Mme DeCiiers Mme Ptchnn
Of America Of Russia Of France
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Onu of the moat Remarkable Rsranra
A Battervman'ii RtrnirirliS M
LIveriMHil cot ton exchange had isub
Kctibed iiuxi for thevleliHf of suffer
ers, ami that more will folljw.
One of the most remarkable escape
recofded during tin? flood wa. rejtort
e4 ''today, when the new esinte that a
.United States batteryman, on duty at
the" fort last wii-k, liad Iwii picked
up on Morgan's jtoiut. wounded bttt
alive. lie had. buffeted the waves for
five days, and lived tbrougli. the ter
rible experience. Morgan's oint is
thirty mile from Oalvcston.
I Much attention has In-en .attracted by
the dispatch -of Quartermaster Paxler,
to the Department, expressing the" be
lief tlett Calvestoh has lieeu hopeless
ly ruitn-d. Cotigresman Haw ley last
night wilt the following telegram to
the- War Hepartinettt, in reply to
j "While it must not be sig
t'ilieetit or worthy of notice,
I have the bono; to state
that Quartermaster Baxter's telegram
fo the Quartermaster tieiieral. respit
ing t'alvestoir, is unworthy of a :.l-ti'n-r
and in in way represents the
morale of llihesloii eitizenslvip. and
their deferiulned punose to restre
OVER A MILLION. 4
Austin. Tex.. Sept. H.Thej
siils-rlit ions for
Hie illMlvi-wtoii soT-
fert rs atuouiit to
StJN,iH to dat?.
; ANOTHKU UOUUOIt.
JolMiH, X. V Sept. 1 1. The lal
of widespread destruction wrought by
yesterday's gale continue' t' pour in.
Six vits4ls were wn-ckctl' n-:ir St.
Iierre; and six in I'lacentia - Hay. It
is also reorted tliat four7 were lost in
Itenew's hnrlor, two hthe'strnhs of
IVIle Lsh, and four near Cape Ilona
vista. Tliiis far fourteen lives are known to
have In-eii lost, ami it is f wired the
loss of life will prove to have been
much' greater when full iufonnalioi:
is at hand.
Baroness Von Heking
srt. She will take from here over
ll animals for the- ticrnian cavalry
in I'liina. in addition to all tlie fodder
tley will reo ui re hi the voyage.
KRUGER HAS RESIGNED.
is no.lo.;er i'resihext of
! THE TRAXSVAAt.
Hotwrls I Milking a 'oneentratel
Mwveiiietit 011 the Il'ters ldha
i .j Ctaues to Command. i
XEW YORK. Sept. 11. A dispatch
to tht Tribune from lAJiidan.' says:
The Mail's cerresjiondeut in Iiin ii-j
Marqte'. learns tliat Mr. Kruger has
resigned the presidency of the Trans
vaal. but remains .1 nifinlit-r of the
Ocneral Both.t Is said t
. - - . ' v
so lni iis.m1 at the co ward I v condiut
of hfs firces that he has lesigned the
Mipreme omio.iiid and Yiljoen is now
pom ina nla e t -rjcuera I.
According to a l,iv.lKn " imKin r,
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the Express. Mr. " Kroner nroi to
s't np the seat of his government at
News froiii (he sr-at r wni- i.. 1.
Africti Is indecisive, bur. it t
that lord 'Holier! Is makln? a con.
wutrateil nioyenient tiftoy Koniatiiort
aud has left Pretoria iu order to di
rect 11 personally. Ian I la mil ton is
returning to the railwav from i.r.n.t..
burgf l'ole-CaieXv js pushing east lo
wards Ispruit: French is making
for Barlwrtou. and Knll.r i: .ii-i.ii
both his force and cnt off a jNrtlon
. -vua 11 f.ii 1.V1UUIUII nl 1 1 Oil Willi lliej
conuraiHlos lietween Xelsprult andj
Konatipoort- Lydenburg appirently.
Las boen abandoned as soon as It was
captured, and the British forces are
In hot ptirsnit of the remnant of the
Poer army, and driving it eastward
to the Portuguese frontier. i
These tactics are bold, but in ae-
cordance with &rd Kolierts strategy
since February. , Komatlpoort In the
new objective t iHint,; and when It is
captured Lord Roberta will be credit
ed, with having taken possession of
the last Dutch railway line aud closed
th door into neutral territory. Ttaa
work of pacification will not baw
been thoroughly worked out, but; the
irain object will have been secured,
as was done when Bloeuifoutein and
I'retoria were occupied.
Ioodon, Sept.- H. The following
disiatch has been received by the
War Ortiee from Lord ItolKrt:
"Maehadodorp, Thurstlay, 4e)t 13
JKiiger has fletl to Ixureuco Marques
yraud l?otha ha:beeu obliged to give
lover the command of the- Boer Army
tennorariIy i to Viljoeu, oil account of
ill health In wdswiwim of this I
have circulated a proclamation, as
: Tlie Lite President Kniger, with
Ileftz and theT archives of the South
African Republic, has crosse! the
Portuguese I frontier and . arrived at
Ioureno Marque with a view of -Kail-tor
Europe at an early date. Kruger
has formally resignel the positiou
which , be held as I'resident of the
South African Republic, thus sever
ing his oflicial connection with thte
Transvaal. : Kruger's action tliows
how hojieless. In his pinion, is the
war which has now Ihhii carried on
for nearly a year, and his desertion of
the Bmr cause should make clear to
his fellow-burghers that it is useless
to continue the utruggle uuj- longer.
"It is probably unknown to the in
habitants of the Transvaal and the
Orange River Colony, that nearly 15,
tt of their fellow subjects are now
prisoners of war. not one of whom
will l:-e released until those now under
arms against us surrender uncondi
"The burghers must lie cognizant of
the fact that no intervention in their
ltehalf -ain come from any of the
great lMiwers: and further, that the
British Empire is "delermined to com
plete the work which has already -cost
so many lives, and carry to a eoneln-.'
sion the war leclarl against lier by
th lale governments of the Trans
vaal and the Orange Free State.a War
tiivhich there can 1k only one end
ing" Rl T'P-ERS-Of every description for
men. women and .children, at the Xew
York Racket. Big stock of new goods
just in. iln'Jt.
Fmnrixt; with the heat.
Hitherto Hie ingenuity of man has
made much greater progress in tiglit-
nc the cold ' of winter than in con
tending against the extreme, heat of
summer, ays Youth's Companion. If
we have warm garments, good, tires
aud weibbuilt houses. cold weather
gives us comparatively little discom
fort. From the blistering .sun of sum
mer even' the' millionaire can buy im
uiiMiit only by running away from it.
The electric fan has leeh introduced
quite commonly iu the otlices and
shops of Ihe large towns. The move
ment of the electric-car gies passcu
jzers a -sl breeze, even when there is
o air stirriutr. 1 11 neither case, is tb
temperature of the air lowered; the
movement of the air simply dries the
perspiration from the skin and k.o
cools the lnily.
Certain' devh'es for artificial' refrig-
1 ; t u. much as are employed in the
manufacture of-ice, would? If intro
duced into houses and shops, actually
lower the temperature. This is not
practicable, even if it were economi
cal. Summer air usually contains io
much moisture that were its tempera
ture to be -suddenly lowered 'by artifi
cial means a moist . 'clamminess"
would result, ami that it decidedly .uu
pleasant. -Even in the I'niied States
senate chaiulier. into which in sum
trvr air artitiiaJly cwded is punqKMl,
the proces. employed is very rounda
bout. The air is fonil into a lower
teuqeratiire than is needed. t wring
out the moisture, and then passed
over hot water pipes to raise it to
alMiiit the warmth desired.
This system in too elaliorate and
costly for ordinary uses. -.Nevertheless
it can not lo doubted that one of
the ni-hieven'eiits for Hie twentieth
century ! will le the conquest of the
sun. ome way will le found to cool
the interior of buildings by a .method
not too expensive for iktsoiis of mod
erate mean. Out-of doors, of eotirfse,
the king of day will rule as he does
now. - '-.i
l3ff&&H Pa So on
There is no poison so highly contaeious.
eo deceptive and so destructive. Don't be
too sure you are cured because all external
signs of the disease have disappeared, and
the doctor says you are well. Many per
sons have been dosed with Mercury and
vi9U or mourns or years, and pro
nounced cared to realize when too late
that the disease was only covered up
Uko Daant llirn- driven from the
snrface to break
oat again, and to their sorrow and mortifi
cation find those npirrsl mtA Ama
them have been infected by this loath-
w --"-t -' h wucr poison is so
un-jy irn srnu tea trotn parent to child
as this.- Often a ba aT p hM.ti-
Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease!
n 01a sore or nicer developing in middle
life, can be traced to blood poison con-
iracica Mv jm
tn early Tho Sln of tho Parent.
uie, ior 11 remains smoldering in the tyn
tftn forever, unless nmnrtn9j
driven out it the beginning. S. S. S. is
the only antidote for this peculiar virus,
the only remedy known that can over
come it and Hiiw if vf ki J
It does this so thoroughly and effectually
that there is never a return of the disease
to rmoarrass or humiliate you afterwards.
cures contagious Blood
Poison in any and all
stages; contains na
mineral to break dorm
vntiriMMIttttnlinn i im
purely vegetable and the only blood puri
her known that cleanses the blood and
st tne same tune builds up the general
UClUin.' -:: 1 - -, ;
Qar little book cm contagious blood
EMson is tbe most complete and instruo
ve ever issued; it not only tells all
about this disease, but also how to cure
yourself at home. It is free.and should
be in the hands of everyone seeking
cure. Send for it. : -
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CTX ATLANTA, 6A.
Na Immediate Prospect of the Evacua
tion of Pekin. :
GENERAL CHAFf EE WILL DETERMINE
When tbe American Troops Are to
Leave the Cblneae Capital The
Matter Rests With Him.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. There
were no developments In the Chinese
negotiations today .with which the
public can lie made aj-q initiated, the
whole matter lielng still In the diplo
malic phase, and tlwrforo not silling
for military orders. The War Depart
ment, officials are awaiting word from
the State Department, as to tlie next
step expected of the troops, but it Is
now' intimated that this next step will
not be taken-f inimediatel3 The sltu
atiou'bas lostiroinething of Its acute
ness, owing to the change in attitude
of the Russian Hovcrnuieiit us indi
cated iu yesterday's dispatches.-. No
oiIi'ial confirmation lias been received
at Washington' of tiny jMstiMuement
of the withdrawal, bur the fact is not
doubted here. Regardless, however,
of lh' course to lie takeu by Russia,
it Is now 'said there is nothing in the
American note of response to Russia,
that demands immediate evacuation,
in the event 'that the ; Russian .troops
are called away. Instead, it is stated
that the control of the, situation would
simply pass from the State. Iiiart
ment into (Jeueral (Jhaffes's hands,
and; it would Is for him, after conferr
ing with the other military command
ers, to determine when, and how, and
to what extent, the American forces
should lie withdrawn. He might
choose his own time, and in a degree
his position would Ih similar to that
occupied by him in the advance uion
Pekin, so far as having -a free hand Is
PEAHY TO MOVE.
Washington. Sept. 14. The1 Quar
termasters supplies for sultsist iti the
army in China are nearly all at Taku.
but are still aboard transjxirts. They
have not lieen unloaded, because it
was expected the arinj' of tkuieral
Chaffee would soon ie op its way to
the Philippines. No definite orders
have lxvn sent to (Jeueral ChnfTce.
He lias been told to hold himself in
readiness to executi- orders to with
dra vv. !
Tien Tsin. Sept. V2. via Taku. Sept.
.Rk The. expedition-' under t (Jeneial
lorward, against the Roxhts tlireat
enimr the Tien Tsin- rgion. retiched
Tu Liu. on the tJrand Canal without
opposition.and the city was occupied
without a shot ls-intr tiniL Jeneral
Horward onk'red live town I turned af
ter it had ls-eu thoroughly looteI.
OROERS TO MOVE.
Hong Kong. Sept. 1 4.- Orders have
lieen Issued for. tlie Third brigade to
proceed to Wet Hal Wei immediately.
A Word to Mothers.
Mothers of children affected with
croup or a severe cold need not hesi
tate to administer Chanilierlain's
Cough Remedy. It contains no opiate
nor narcotic in any form and may 1m?
given as confidently to the babe as to
an adult. The great success that hss
attended its use in the treatment of
colds and croup has won for it the ap
proval and praise it has received
throughout the United States and in
foreign lands. For sale by F. (i. Haas,
druggist, Salem, Oregon.
fUSION IN IDAHO.
hbmocrats claim to have
maim; an a r r a n em ent
Put Pojuilisfs Hare Not Signified
Their Intention t Fall in With
POISE. Ida.. Sept. Il.-The Iietuo
crats and Ptipulists have effected a
partial fusion. Today, the Democratic
iiuenilt-e .filed its ticket. It also
tiled the resignation of the calididafes
for Congress, Auditor and .Mine Iu
sjieetor. and tlie noiiiiiiar ions of Ow
Pttpulist candidates for llnw plaivs
to fill the vae;!iH-s. These are the
three places ofTeret the Populists at
flte time of the state convent ion. To
day the Secretary of State filed the
i'JfCl. and took the resigua t ions and
nominations under advisement for
The lbre Populists .put oil are T. L.
nienn, of I tear I-ike couuty for Con-
gres: h. w. .1 ones, of I!ois, f,r Aud
itor, and M. II. Jacobs , for Mine 1,1
sjwetor. It ts adinirted that three of
the Populist candidates have refused
to withdraw. They are C. M, Mulleu.
'residential Elector; M. F. Ebv, for
S-cretary of State, and Texas Angel,
for Supreme Judge. The lHniocrats
cbi'in all ntlier Populists have resign
ed, but 110 Populist pajters have yet
ieeii oneren for tiling.
IIANNA TALKS PLAINLY.
MAYOIt" JONES SUPPORT OF; TUB
Is a Matter of Supreme Indifference
1 to IHui Bryaji Cannot Fool
the' I'eple. :
CIIICAOa Sept. ii. "I don't care
whether Mayor Jones takes the stump
or not. ".When' 1m comes out for Br ran
It means simply that McKinler bi
lost Just otw vote aud no more," ,'ha Id
Senator II a una when nnoaiionml ,-i,
ccrnlng the declaration of the Mayor
of Toledo,. O., that.' ; while he, ; would
probably not 'run for ; Congress, lie
would inake speeches for Bryan and
Stevenson. . ' - i
7H would beja bad year for him if
he; were to run for Couaress." tbe Sen
ator continued. for the j Republican
larty Iu Ohio Is amply able to carry
the state and J6nes own district, with
him Iul the race or out of it. f
"I sec Ilryaq Is squaring off to come
at ns with the race aucstiou. I un
derstand he will attack us on th dis
franchisement line. Well, that will
have liltlt effect. liet hlui come to
Ohio and talk with the colored people
there and. see what they think of the
Republicans 'there. This Is the day of
newspapers, -and-neither ltryau nor
anylKHly else can shut the eyes of tlie
press. The public is liound to get the
t re tli." - ',..-.. :. j: i v. ': .
Plymouth. -Mass., Sept. 14. Acre af
ter acre of which was beautiful wood
land early in the week Is now a stretch
of blackened, smoky ground, over
which dense smoke hangs in clouds.
Tbe brush tires which sprang Into
activity with Wednesday gale have?
simply devastated a-great region of
Plymouth county, swept away scores
cf frame buildings, stainfiedcd horses
and cattle and killed immense uumlK-rs
of birds and Imperiled the lives of
many people. Tlie probable losss are
very heavy, far exceeding in the aggre
gate $150,11(0 in. this county alone.
A tthhlvh FAILURE.
New York. Sept. 11. R. 1. Dun's
Review of Trade will say tomorrow:
The failnres for the week were 1!. in
tin Lulled States against 1 1! last
year, and thirty in 'Canada against
thirty-two last year.
Fargo. N. D.. Sept. 14. fJovernor
Roosevelt and his party of campaign
ers rested iu Fargo tonight, after a.
day of speech-making in this state
Peatrtce, Neb.. Sept. S.- Even babies
out in this Western country seem to
le versed in tM'cult science. A .strange
iueident happened here rc-ciitly when
LHlie Armstrong. 7 years old, went
into n trance at the bidding of her
playmate, Dolly Horn. The Arm
strong girl approached Dolly Horn
and with hands outstretched com
manded her to go to sleep. The little
subject immediately sank against a
tree and fell slowly to the ground.
The other children shook I hilly by the
arm. but there was no response save
her iiea vy breathing.
They could not rouse lier until ou
rad Schmidt came along. He is some
thing of a hypnotist himself, and in a
ow moments the girl had recovered.
PARIS HAS MANY TREES.
Paris iiossesses about KO.tMiO trees
in the streets and ptiiilie places in the
city.' It is 'calculated 'that there::! re
L'li.tNH'l plane' trees, 17.!Hi chestnuts
and t."MH;o elms, the remainder con
sisting of sycamores, maples, lichens,
etc. Apparently there is only one o;ik
end one ash tree.
PACIFIC COAST COMMERCE.
San Francisco, Sept. 14. The finance
committee of Ihe -proposed Pacific
Commercial Museum lias secured, sub
scription 'that will, give the -institution
an income of -J.'5.4'.s for its first
year, and its establishment is now
assured.- I.I will Is planned after the
Commercial Museum in Philadelphia.
OREGON'S BIG FAIR
SPLENDID SHOW OF LIVE STOCK OW
ON THE GKOl'ND.
rine ntoofted Cattle Plmred In the Stall
Yesterday Hatches for Uel
1 From Iiailv Stafesman. Sept. l."o
i ne Mate hair grounds presnt a
scene of activity Keldom equalled in
me u;ty priH-efiing a larr here, am
me -result can not nelp In-uig the com
plete success of the annual exposition
The -.Pavilion Is fast' Indug put in
j.u,ile. in noiiiiioii 10 tin' county ex
hibits iM'illir ll:lcerl in luwitioii -i re
potted in yi sterday s Statesman, Ihe
I -me county exhibit was yesterday
ri-celved. and Hon. .I.isout xviiLiiu t'j
supcrintendins' the placing of the same
: , 1 . . . .
o nit- i-jf.o-c jissiKiieu ti ins county.
i. I.. French, manager of the lion
ton county exhibit, is also on Hip
ground. ud his fine ctdlection of
products of Kenton countv's farms
ami raiKiie.j is lMmg displayed in an
attractive maimer. The Corvallis
Agricultural College exhibit, of which
Prof. Ccorge t'oote will hue charge,
awl r-eivci yesterday, a nd 1 is
eing arranged near the main en
trancf. TIm entire Pavilion presents
a most uiisy scene, and this nortioo
or tne it show will ie ,,1.0 ,.r 11,
.niidi-iioiiK 1 or 1110 many visitors ex
iM-tcl next week.
Ii.. the iliiry section, the working
iri;illl UI II. I,. V ICkUOII Ar '. ,,.
!eo. t. Itikel. of Portland, have Wn
rrrorii, iiiin are iHig installed un
der tl.M direction of Supt. ;. U'M
a" 101. M-. ij. ivent. or Corvallis,
nni win nave cii.-irire or Hint u.u.i....
Tltis will ! one of the In-st patroniz
ed sections of 1Im fa
- -- aim u y
thirsty visitors will fall lo n f,e -i
Nothing hnt a local
reined r or chance til
clta.tie will cor
The sped He is
Flj's Cream Balm
lesne the nasal PHI l"l Ik. LI C A ft
AILya Inflammation. Heals and pro
tects the Membrane. .Restores the
Benrta of Tint and Smell. No Mer
cury. Io lrjirlooa drntr. , Retrular
Klre; W cent, r'am'ly lxe, $ LOO at
DrugsUti or b malL
ELT BROTHERS, M TTama Strtei.
fresh, cool 'drink of. buttermilk. ,
In the live stock department things
were stirring yesterday; j. l. K;iti.
or Spokane, general suiMrlutendeut of
the Spokane Industrial Exposition
aud manager of tlie IL-izclwol tv,ni
pany, ltd w'ners of one of the larg
est dairy ranches and creamery platiPs
In the Northwest, came iu anil enter
ed stock for premiums, his herd ar.
irhing late last night. His entries
are: " Jersey cattle; 7 tlth-rnsevs; i
Holsteins; 11 Poland China iio-'s-14
White Plymouth RK-k chickens'
Mr. Smith's firm has a ranch of ;jfMK
acres near H)kane; milks 17o cows,
and - operates skimming station
throughtout southeastern Washington
W. O. Minor, of Heppner. was also
011 the ground, and hi herd of elh
fen horthom cattle from the Moun
tain Valley Stock Farm arrived late
last' night, ille has a splendid bunch
of cattle. 1
John W. McKinney. of Turner, was
on the ground with his splendid herd
of Ilerefords, twenty head, aniotig
tliem lieingi a'uumlier that a re certain
to be prize-winner. He makes a let
ter show than ever lief ore.
Frank Brown, of j i E. Iidd's Oak
Hill farm, has sixteen shorthorns iu
the stalls oir the ground, and a fine
lot of cattle they are prize-win tiers,
every one.; He also has forty-iiy(.
Khep, ' of the Clots wold, '"' Shroisldre
and Southdown lreHls.
These are only a .few'of the m.inv
valuable herds that will Im, here; j'u
fact the tx-k show will ,1k the best
ever s'n in Ihe Pacific Northwest. au. j
no farmer of Oregon, .who '.takes lu
I crest in good Mix k, can afford Ioiii'ihs
tin State Fair this year. It will pay
every one to sh the fine exhihitien (l'f
dairy and beef -.cattle, ami all other
stock shown, at this year's fair.
Tile iMudtry department is also a
busy place. ; Here the pri.c chickens
will Ik'sIiowJ. Here alo the Kreutest
Pelgfcin haire exhibit ever 1mM in the
Northwest' will lie placed.. The hoard
has made excellent provision for the
Pelglan show. ' In addition to the
hutc hes 4itiilt in former years, lou new
hutches h.ive been : const nicted. iind
Pelgian haivs valuta I at hundred 1(f
dollars each will 1m entered for this
Luke Idndsay came up from the
Sound last; 'evening, with four horses,
to participate in the races at the State
Fair next : week. His string consists
of three trotters, and a pacer as fal
lows: Nettie Ham, trotter, hy Hamhlc'ton-ian-Memiirino.
with a record of 1!:1'.M4.
Kittie Caution. Irotter bv 'Caution,
F-abe Clw pma 11. :.l rotter, by Inriiii.
Arab, pacer, by Alexis.
E. C. Perriuger. of IVudlctoii. whoso
fine string of horses, was here all
summer, and who went to Portland
a -week., ago to attend the Irvi'ngton
iac's, taking his horses down, return--tl
'to Salem last evening, bringing
his string back. These . line .-animals
will contest . for . purses ou the Salem
track d tiring the fair.
Coincs from Dr. 1). B. Cargi'e, .-of
Watiita. I. '1'. He writes: "Four bot
tles of L'cctric '-Hitters has cured "Mrs.
Btxjlver' of scrofula, which 'had .caused
her great suffering, for years. Terrible
sores woukl break otrt on her head ami
face, and the best doctors could give
no he!n: but her chre is complete and
her heal tW-is excellent." This show.
wlrat I'housamk have proved. ihat
Elcct-ric liittcrs is the best b,!ood puri
fier known. It's the supreme remedy
for eczema, tetter. salt rheum, ulcere
bails and running sores. It stimulates
liver, kidney and Vnvels, expels pois
ons, helps digestion builds up the
strength. Only 50 cenls. Sold by Dr.
;HIS Ql ESTION.
'I wish to ask a ipiesthm .ertainin
to the game laws?" said the visitor to
the' queries editor.
"Ask on. my friend."
"When s the ojk'U season Yor shoot
ing stars Y" . -
Put before the7 editor could answer
him he was gone Philadelphia ln-
t.'lVES HIMSELF AWAY.
I. aura -I want to Kay to you that
Mr. Uellkepp Is a god deal older
than he acknowledges.
"Oh. he Is so tickled every time
Fity.simiiioiis wins." Indianspolia
I'ress. " '
For Infanti and Children.
The Kind Yea Ha Always Bought
THE'FUlIT OP THE COYOTKS.
Tito howled th long howl fr help
Ihe muster call.
"Yap Yap Yap , Yah Yah Y.1I1 h b h h
Yap Yap Yap Yap Yah Yah-h-h-b-li.
ami made the butts around re-e-bo
so that Jake could not tell where it
csiine from, but Honn'oue elsi? there
was that, hoard and did knw wlietn-e
it came. I The iKg's courage, revive!
hi bearing sometlrfng like a far aW!,
shout. Again he sprang at the Iiie
one. but again the mother natkeu
with her. own ImmIv. and then luff
loseil in deadly struggle, "Oh. 11
Saddlel.ack would ouly come." but no
one came, and now she had 110 further
chance lo call. Weight Is everyth'"
in sl closiic' tiffht sind Tito ssii eut
down, bravely fighting fo the last, h"1
,-Unrit- u'i,rKiii iiint tin lion mi's cour
age grew' with the sight of vh-fnry. a"'1
sill ho tiioil 'lit if now was to fnilsti tier
and then kill her helpless baby la M
turn. He had no ears or eyes for uy
other thiwg. till out of the nearest sat? e
there I1:liilieit a streak of icra V aiKl.m
a trice the big-voiced coward was hurl
ed "back by a foe almost as heary
himself. Hurled lack, with a crippM
Hhoulder dash-chop-and sianeli .
Sadd!elck sprang on him again. 1 ho
struggled to her feet, and they closed
on him together. His courage na -once
when he saw tlie odds, aud all I'e
wanted now was safe eca!e escape
from Saddleback, whose seed Is like
the wind escape from Tito whose ha-
l,r llfo ,raa at HttiLe. Not" IHCntJ
Jntnps away did he get not breath
'enough had he lo howl for help to w
iiiiIap tn tin, .iiwum lillU-not fifteen
a a 7vaBBa
yards' away from her little one that h
meant to tear, they tore hlui an