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Books tbnt ore wortby of the patronago and pralso of the Government Of
flolals of the Stato of Oregon, aud the greater portion of the merobantllo men
vi niu omiu, uru nuroiy ueoterving or a
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Binders to tho Stato of Oregon, Printers
500,000 TREES !
OSWEGO - NURSERIES.
FALL. 1892, SPRING, 1893,
We would call the attontlon of dealers, and large and small planters, to
our large and varied assortment of Fruit Trees and Small Fruits, Ornamental,
Shade, Nut and Evergreen trees. Our trees are clean, smooth, and first-class In
eyery resrect. Bend for catalogue and price list. Address,
Walling & Jarisch,
jU"Mention this paper. Oswego, Oregon.
Baby Carriages, Bicycles, Tricycles, Velocipedes, Boys Wagons
BROOKS & SALISBURY,
(8UC0E8BORS TO BROOKS AND HARRITT.)
Guns, Fishing Tackle, Sporting
Base Ball Good?. Flags and FireWorks
BOXING GLOVES, LAWN TEN
NIS SETS, CROQUET SETS
KNIVES, RAZORS, SCI8SOR8,
DOLLS, TOYS, NOTIONS.1
LEATHER AND PLUSH GOODS.
A. N. HALES, Proprietor. R. H. PRICE, Manager.
A. N. HALES' LIVERY.
(8ucoeaior to 11. B. Ryan.)
Livery .Feed and Boarding Stable.
on nana, .Horses Doaraea dv uay, weeK or monin. umce at stable,
Liberty and Ferry streets, East of Willamette hotel.
H. F. BROER,
Proprietor of the
DEPOT SASH AND DOOR FACTORY.
All boHee-flulablng material made to order at the lowest Portland
prices. Bee us before you buy.
J. W. TflORNBORG,
Recovers and repairs apboletered furniture. Long Experience In the trade
enables me to turn out flret-olaae work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to
give estimates. State Insurance block, Chemeketa street
CHURCHILL Spraying Oiilfits,
BURROUGHS State Street.
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by The Meston-Dygcrt Book Mfg. Co.,
and Lithographers, Salem, Oregon.
A full supply of Horses and Buggies
and Athletic Goods,
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Fought For His OoHntry.
Last Saturday night H. C. Vaughn
mndo tho acquaintance at a hotel of a
traveling man who had the florid com
plexlon, sturdy form and self-satlsfled
air of a typical Britisher. It is related
that very soon the latter began boasting
of bl country's glory and greatness.
Ho remarked that "our navy, you
know, is much superior to the Hamer
Ican navy, and the superiority of our
hurmy, sir, over your barmy, Is not to
Hank became nettled, and said some
thing patrlotlo to the effect that no war
vessel flying tbeUnitedStates flag would
ever yield to a Britisher or a ship of any
other nation. Rather than do so it
would sink within the briny deep with
the Btara and stripes still unfurled.
The Englishman was undaunted.
He replied with a remark about the
"superiority of the British tars over the
Hamerioan tare," and Hank became
still more nettled. Finally he said:
"Your an Englishman are'nt you?"
I was a lieutenant in Her Majesty's
"Well I'm an American, and you
weigh forty-flvu pounds more than I
do, bnt I'm going to knock you down.
Put up your props."
They rushed at each other, Hank's
fist struck the Englishman's bead,
the latter's body struck the floor, and
in this Utile affair Uncle Bom's ohani
plon was the victor, Pendleton E. O.
Eich, Bed Blood
As naturally results from taking Hood's
saraaparuia as personal cleanliness re
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sults from free use of soap and water.
This great purifier thoroughly expels
scrofula, salt rheum and all other im
purities and builds up every organ of
tuo Douy. iNowistne lime to take It.
The highest praise has been won by
Hood's Pills for their easy, yet efficient
action. Sold by all druggists Price
Doctor prescribed t Cutest.
j HIGH PRICED TROTTERS.
1 Axtell was sold by C. W. Williams for
Sidney, tho great sire, sold not long
igo for $37,000.
Maud S, once the queen of the turf.
sold for $40,000.
Robert Bonner paid $41,000 for Sunol,
the ex-turf queen.
j Malcolm W. Forbes is said to have
paid $100,000 for Arlon.
It U said that $100,000 was refused for
Nelson when he was the king of stal
lions. I Nancy Hanks, the present qneea of
trotters, waa sold to Malcolm W. Forbes
Tor temperance people a health
giving drink for the msaies,
Not a harmful ingredient In Its
make-up. Nothing but the pur
est extracts of carefully selected
kerb, roots, barks aad berries.
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Hj Vmlttut ClarkxoH of the Na
iletml C'IhIi Imgite,
CALLING fan LONCJ XOLL.
XejraenetBg Assembling in Battle
Array tor the Future.
Lotrnrrif,tB, Ky May 10. All the
morning Republicans from tho distant
states have been coming la till the
streets, hotels and boarding houses are
swafmlf with delegates.
Ftoaty of Candidate.
Ollioiao, May 10,-Candldaten for
the pre)denay of tho National Repub
lican League are becoming numorous.
It Is anfiouced that I, Trumbell, of Cal
ifornia, to In the field. A delegation ar
rived from that state lait night and de
cided this morning to put him in tho
field. It is also announced that ex
Senator John O. Spooner,of Wluconsln,
will contest for tho office. Tho Illinois
delegation will come lu a body tonight
with Its candldato, W. W. Tracey.
Tho Ohio delegation Is trylug to capture
it for Hqulre. It Is reported that M. H.
de Young, of California, 1b to make a
tight for the chairmanship of tho na
tional commltteo, though this is denied
in some quarters. De Young Is expect
ed to arrive tonight,
Louisville, May 10. Tho conven
tion was called to order by President
J. S. ClarkBon. May or Tyler welcomed
tho delegatea on behalf of the city and
Col. D. L. Crawford, president of the
Kentucky state league welcomed the
state. Then President Clarkson arose
and delivered his annual address. He
dwelt ut some length on the transition
wblch.badtbeen going on for ten years
toward younger men and different
methods in party managemept, and
continued as follews:
"As we begin here today, the march
of victory lu 1890, wo have neither
complaints nor apologies, nor explana
tions to make for the defeat of last year.
We have had a Democratic president
and congress for sixty days, and Cleve
land has hauled down the Ameri
can flag where Harrison and Republi
cans ran it up In tho namo of liberty
on the Sandwich Islands. Ho and his
secretary of the treasury, have already
frightened the business world, created
uneasiness and fear where safety and
prosperity ruled before.
As to money and banking, the coun
try will depend on the Republican mi
nority in congress for defense from
threatened harm. Neither the extreme
eastern view that would force this
country to a gold basis, nor the view
that would make money dearer and all
other property cheaper, will solve the
problem or save tho country. This Is a
silver producing nation, and our money
should be gold, silver and paper, every
dollar of which Bhould be as good as
the other, and the volume of safe money
made and kept sufficient for the de
mands of our expanding nation,
Big Crowds Increasing.
Chioaoo, III., May 10. The crowds
of visitors to tho world's (air Increases
dally. The attendance today was In
creased by a large delegation from
Vermont beaded by Governor Fuller,
for the purpose of tiklng part In the
dedication of the Vermont state build
ing. The formtl exercises began at
noou when the building was turned
over to the exposition and accepted.
Governor Fuller delivered an address.
Portland, May 10. From the prea.
eat outlook Collector Lotan Js likely to
be occupied the greater part of the
summer In examining the Chinese clr
tlflcates. He bus landed 184 from the
Danube, leaving 428 still aboard.
The bark Tacora Is due from Victoria
Thursday with 400 more Chinese.
Eleven out of twenty-one Chinese aud
110 out 121 Japanese were landed from
the Hay Man republic,
Aaotker Religious Gathering.
Indianapolis, Ind., May 10. In
ternational bi-annual convention of the
Young Men's Christian association met
here at noon. The session la devoted
chiefly to the election of officers and
r. Oeafussd te Dtk
Chicaoo, Stay 10-Gus Thomas
tew, Corollas Wagaer & Au4nw
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Affair At WAmmtOU,
Alto ih DellHHMito in ifc Pension
WAflHtMaTow, May 10. thu prv
Mon department UUearlhed what nix
pearalo be a series ofgroM pension
frauds, by V R Drewey, pension at
torney, of Norfolk, Va., who k now
under arrest, Investigation by the
present administration, shows lie had
100 pensions granted, mostly to Illiter
ate negroes.and that 99 per oent of them
were fradulent. Frauds will probably
reach a hundred thousand dollars.
Washington, May 10. Secretary
Herbert has authorised the statement
that he will decline to extend leaves of
absence to any officer of the navy who
Is engaged in private business. He will
not Interfere with the orders of hla pre
decessors, but will grant no new leaves
of this kind and will call In all those
already granted at the expiration of
mo terms assigned to mem. The sec
retary says he does not think It right
that officers educated by the govern
ment should be permitted for thelrown
prlvato advantage to utilize their
knowledge and experience against the
government and at the same time re
main on Its pay roll. This decision re
fers to no officers on leave who are em
ployed by prlvato firms, but to those
on lecturing tours and those employed
in a prlvato capacity at the world's fulr.
Sometime ago the secretary of the
Intorlor requested the war department
to send troops to tho Puyallup Indian
reservation, to prevent a man named
Ross from unlawfully constructing a
railroad aoross the reservation. The
department sent an officer to the reser
vation to look into the matter and to
day received a telegram stating thatRoss
was preparing to do some grading and
had cut some timber. On receipt of
this Information Instructions were sent
General Ruger, cemmanding: the de
partment of the Columbia, directing
him to take the necessary steps to pre
vent Rots from further pushing work
in violation of tho law.
A Fool's Smart Trie.
Vienna, May 10. During a perfor
mance at the the theatre In Lomberg
last night Hefr Delczuk, one of the
actors, in a fit of Jealous rage, because
an actress, who was enamored and, In
sisted In flirting with a man In the
audience, drew a revolver, and shot
himself In full view of the horror
New York, May 10. Men belonging
to the ylsltlng war ships are deserting
by the wholesale. Vloe-Admlral Sir
John Hopkins said that the loss on each
ship in his squadron will be from two
to three per cent. He said that 100 men
are missing from Blake's crew. Three
Russian war ships have lost about 105
Killed By Els Pal.
Sino Sino, May 10. The body of
Frank W. Rohle, murdorer, under sen
tence of death, who escaped from pris
on April 20, was found badly decern-
posea in mo iiuason river tnis morn
ing, He bad been shot in tho head,
It Is supposed Thomas Pal Hater, anoth
er condemned murderer, who escaped
at the same time, did the shooting to
facilitate his own escape,
Portland, May 10. Wheat valley
$1.20 $1.22. Walla Walla, $1.12
San Fbancisoo, May 10. Wheat
active and excited, May 12S, December
Chioaoo, May 10. Wheat cash .76
SEAL X8TA1S T&AKBFXXS.
May B. Rutherford to Jay J, Cook,
8 a, $300.
Matilda Braunlug and husband to H.
A. Johnson, Jr., 1 10, 11, bl 0 Brooklyn
add to Salem, $1000.
New JBooks." Vest Pocket Diction
ary" 26 oent ed. "Doctor Latimer" a
story of Casco bay, By Clara Louise
Dunham fl.OO ed. (new). Life of Jobs
Paton missionary to the New Hebredes
illustrated (new $2.00 ed). Mark Twain's
"1,000,000 Bank Note" and other ster
les (new). Mrs. Cutter's "Tenting Ml
the Plains" (new $2.00. ed). "Bartletls
Familiar quotation" (new $4.00 ed.)
Ike MftDvehi "Reverie of a Kaebelor
and "Dreams of Lite" (new 80 eeat ed)
"Little Mies MuSet" by Res Cer,
Detrbera's fceek (,
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IN THE SUPRBMB COURT.
Testiig Ike (rear? Chinese Excln
LAWYBU CHOATB'S TWO PROPOSITIONS
Bloaat Appointed Minister to
Hawaii. Eastern News.
The OhiHeee Case.
Washington, May 10. At a special
session of the supreme court today, to
bear arguments upon the constitution
ality of the Geary Chinese cxoluslon
act, argument was opened by Joseph
H. Choate, of New York, for petition.
era, for a writ of habeas corputt. Ho
said there were two questions at Issue:
Fhst, shall 100,000 unoffending, help
less rcsldonts of this country, under au
thority of an act of congress, without
rovlew by our courts, be deported to
their native country?
Second, in caso the emperor of China
shall tomorrow feel Inolined to follow
tho example of this great enlightened
country, and expel from his domains
Amerloans residing therein, shall the
voice of this people, either through its
government or its press, or by Individ
nals, be prevented from uttering a sin
TUB OTHER SIDE.
Solicitor General Aldrlcb followed on
behalf of tho United Stales. Ho con
tended that the Geary act had not for
Its purpose the deportation of Chinese
laborers, but to provide a system of
registration and Identification, which
is the lawful purpose of tho act aud has
never been disputed, lis methods are
lawful and tho aot is reasonable and
humane. Aldrlch maintained the
right of congress to require registration
and identification of olttaeus or allenr.
In concluding Aldrlch said tho police
power retted with tho state, nation or
people, and Intimated that it would bo
better for the Chinese if tho nation re
tains control, for lu the present tec per
of the people In some states, any aotlon
taken by the people of those states
would probably be drastlo In its char
acter, having for its object the entire
expulsion of the obnoxious race.
Washington, May 10. Commis
sioner Blount baa been appointed min
ister resident to Hawaii.
Trouble in Nicaragua.
Washington, May 10. The decis
ion of the authorities to send the At
lanta to look after American Interests
In Nicaragua, shows that they are
more concerned about the condition of
affairs in that country than they were
at first witling to admit, The proposi
tion being seriously considered is to
send the allhnoe from San Francisco
to San Jose, on the Pacific side, to look
after the Interests of the coifeo plant
ers. The Derby,
Louisville, May 10. Lookout wins
the Derby by four lengths, Plutus sec
ond, Bound lew third.
Washington, May 10, Tho presi
dent baa appointed Frank Jones, of
Springfield, Ills,, first assistant post
master general, Vice H. Clay Evans,
A Portlaad Mas.
Washington, D. C, May 10, - The
president appointed Edward O. Rus
sell, of Oregon, appraiser of the mer
chandise district of Willamette, In
Oregon and Washington.
Warsaw, Ind.,May 10,-The village
of North Gal veeton, ten miles north
west of this oily, was almost totally
destroyed by S re yesterday. The reel
deneeofj. J.JaekaoB aud his entire
family, eoueleflBgof bhweelf, wife, two
and a daughter, perlahed in the
Several eifeer persons were
b4iy bursed. Many fcaaUlea lost
ihMr entire i-HiIt
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p6Wef, LMttt V, 8 Gov't fwrt
8ALKM IK THELKAOUI,
Xif Baseball Mestlacs at Salem
The temporary secretary, O. W. .
Watts, of Albany has received letter
from President Hammond stating that
a meeting of the. base ball representa
tives would be held at Salem next i
Thursday forenoon. The differences
at Balom have been adjusted' and that
city will bo In all right. The team will
be managed by Grant Wills. The
Portland club has secured the old west
end of tho grounds aud has its team
all selected. ,
Tho Oregon City club has Its men all
selected and are rapidly completing
tholr new grounds. The Albany man
agement tins Its eyo on seven players,
being but thrco short. Immediately .
after tho Balom meeting, at which time
tbo constitution wllj be adopted and
tho schedule agreed upon, the players
will bo brought together here and pit- -,
ted ngalnat tho Wlllamettes for a few '
FROM SCOTT'S MILLS.
Uncle Bobby Scott and family bade
us goodbye last week and moved to
Woodburn, but undo Bob dropped la
on ub Saturday, and , stayed over until
today. Wo hopo to see him here fre
quently, Newt Commons raised his barn to
day. He will use it for a residence un
til he can build a bouse.
J. S. Rees has ordered from the saw
mill n bill of lumber for a business
house and work shop combined.
Tho Oregon Land Company is hav
ing the himbor hauled for their oflee.
It Is to be 24x80, two stories high.
Mr. Ong Is plowing the avenue pre
paratory to grading It.
Of tho 876 aorcu or land that has been
sold about 160 acres have been planted
Tbo old foro bay In the water power
saw mill was so badly decayed that It
became necessary to remove it. A new
fore bay is being put in aud the mill
will bo ready to run in a few weeks.
Scott's Mills has been on the move
during tho pant week. When uncle
Bob moved to Woodburn, John Beott
moved Into the old homestead which
be has bought. John Ferguson then
moved from M. Reeoe's house Into the
one vacated by John Scott. Mr. Hiles
one of uncle Bob's workbands, moved
toWoodbnrn and I. K. Vantress, of
Newberg, moved Into the bouse Mr.H.
bad occupied. Our hotel keeper, Mr.
Ong,who has been occupying the home
Mr.Nordyke bought, moved Into the
fruit dryer, which has been fitted up
for a temporary hotel. Then Mr. Nor
dyke moved into his own home.
Rev. J. H. Douglas being unable to t
look after his work here on account of
a severe cold wont home on Wednes
day, He fulled to return for preaobias;
service on Sunday, but Rev. Charles
Boott of Marlon who waa lu the olty
over Sunday preached a good sermoa
for us from John 16th, 1-2 verses.
About 00 persons were out to bear bin.
B. S. Took, secretary and D. if,
Smith, assistant secretary of tha Ore
gon Land company spent last Monday
Dave and Mrs. Smith go east soon ta
storm ridden Kansas with the hope ef
brluglugback with them sense ef the
remnants of the recent cyelones and lo
cating thorn on the beautiful foot bill
of the far fumed Willamette valley.
id tnr that MfSr-laAit;
Iwt or all melMsii,
ataaak fin mmUmdmA Bklaa
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rnm wtfnr wstomto oa.
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