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OPPOSITE LADD & BUBH'S RANK
Wholcsnle ami Retail
Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Meats of a IKii.ds
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
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FR0EHEL SCU00LS-4th Year.
Infant. Conneotlngand P80'88968
everv week day from m-t0
12 m. except cjai"' u"J
MISS 0. BALL01), -
for teaches- dally practice work fr;
oltJSi .Hav and Friday
Lm o. t,. 4 n. m. Classes
study of Froebel system
r.m Q n4 n. m. "
rnHmed by Mrs
Knight and Ml- Ballou. "' "7,
loforruation apply ,:'., View
rooms, corner court anu xii j
BAH FRANCISCO, Dec. SO. - Wheal
Tmckoo, Dec. 30. -Cash, 601; May
. . i. 80. -Wheat valley
f.92J; Wl' WwHaEffi'
Want to Make Uim
DARING OMAHA GRAVE ROBBERY.
Corpses Intended for
Iowa Medical School.
After Dr. Parkhurst.
New York, Dec. 30. Mayor Gllroy
received a uote in French today warn
ing him not to allow anyone to go into
the church or court where Dr. Park
hurst is. By so doing bo would pre
vent great disaster because there are
those who wish "to make him Jump
into the air," because he disgraced and
dirtied New York and did so much
harm to unfortunate women.
OMAnx, Neb., Dec. 30. Two corpses
wore found iu a box last night, at the
Pacific Express ofllce. They have been
identified as those of Mrs. C. A. D.
Brown, the wife of a well kuown
Omaha min, buried iu Forcit Lawn
cemetery Thursday, and M. V. A. Mo
Whlmmey, au old soldier, who died at
the county house, and was buried Tues
day. Tho gravta were robbed by un
known parties. It is belioved they
were intended for the medical college,
connected with the Iowa State Univer
sity. Unjust Judges in Trouble.
New York, Dec. 30. Justice of the
Pe-icu Newttm and Sutherland of
Gravefend, with "Boss" MsKane, were
arrested this afternoon. There are 11
indictments against McKaue and two
against each of the others. McKaue
was released on bonds.
Mrs. Lease's Successor.
Topeka, Dee. 30. Governor Lwell-
ine appointed J. W. Freeborn, sheriff
of McPbercon county (.member of the
board of trusters of state charitable in
stitutions, to succeed Mrs. Lease.
Ciiicaoo, Dec. 30. Preodergast, the
murderer of Carter H. Harrison will be
bant;ed fur his crime.
Tn the court-room lie showed that
one trait exlste I in common between
hnmul Ouiteau. He nrovea himself
n immnnlv. miserable coward, who
would save his own life at any price.
When Clerk Fitzgerald aroso to read
the tlndiog of the Jury the prisoner
stood clutching the back of his chair bla
face 11 ished and his knees trembling
"We, the )ury, And the defendant,
Patrick Eugene Prendergast, guilty of
murder in the rmnner and form as
oharged in the Indictment, and flx the
penalty at death," read Fitzgerald.
Then Prendergast revealed himself
to be an utter coward, his face turned
pale. He opened his mouth tospeaB,
but only a fa! it murmur came, no
m .ved sllihtly, and would have fallen
b-nfor the assistance of the bailiff.
W.ien the Jury was polled bellsteued
wuh avllity to .ach and every answer;
. ltiHcrft Hrentano's questions, auuai
each Juror In turn relt-jrated the verdict
the last vestio of courage left Prender
mist He was half led and half carried
back to his cen, wneio, .c.u.6--
neak. he threw blmsir upon his uuu.
' .. .. . I.M. tmra Ilia M(tW-
lb an attempt to hide from hU fellow-
prisoners, whose expressions oi v...u-
tlonover tne veruim "
pbatlo than graceful and more sincere
than po lie
EXPECTS A NEW TRIAI
Assassl . Prendergast Is more cheerful
..rT-..tn. After a KO)d night's
Lp he express 1 bimulf coafi lent of
ould get a new tnai tunj""
oeWnYulegram. from Uwyerslnall
li of the country urging blm to con-Snnetne-flibt
for HU .llent and that
SWS. WW for defend from
the bar a one
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SALEM, OBEGON. SATURDAY, LIc
The Rebelhoa'in EratU.
Buenos Ayrks, Dec SO.-Yho in. -
gent commander. Admiral do Gium. At
Bio Janeiro, has given notlv" that- be
will shell the city In'caae the (ode Jl e
ou his ve-seK Ripresentatlves of for-:
e'gn powers Informed blm be u.ust I
give at least 48 hours uolice before be
ginning the bombardment.
Lahore, India, Dec. 30. Resolu
tions adopted by thef national congress
declare that fifty million people are ou
the verge of starvation and urged the
government to take immediate steps to
Plenty of kosey.
New York, DecMl-The city banks
now hold eighty mlhtaii in excess of
legal requirements. .
Opinion at W&hlngton.
Washington, Dec, 30. The uewa
from Brazil la looked; for with eoiue
auxiety. Both at tha state and navy
department there is feeling that a
crisis Is Imuulueut.in tefturrecilm, and
that the quarrel will tie Mited in one
way or the other wltaln a few dava.
A well dellued opfnlonfimonK navy dp-
parimeni omciais s tiatt Aieiio is near
the end of his resource
Missing Stage ;
Denver, Dec. 80.
Landers stage baa be
The stage Is
rbe paaseugen are sufe
In five feet of snow. Passengers last
night reached a ranch near by. The
lost soldiers huve ridden out on stage
State Tax Board.
This body of meu cbntiuue tbeir
work of reductions It has reduced
ive stink tun state over, from $11,
423.536 to $9,039,096. or $2,493'510.
Iu Mirlon county horses and mulou
were lowered at $31,000; cattle raised
$13,000 sheep and goata left the sitne;
swine raised $4,000.
Moneys, notes and accounts are
In the afternoo'i andeolm tho
board worked ou town" auuefty lots.
Benton, Coos, Curry, Ciook, Douglas,
Gilliam, Grant, Harney, .Lane, Mal
heur, Murlon, Morrow and Whkw
stand as affested; Lale, Mullm rauli,
Umatilla, Union and Wallowa pus- d
without action; couniies raised were
Baker 10 p?r cent., Clackamas 10 er
cent., Clatsop 20 per cut., Jatkson 20
ppr ceut., Josephine 10 per cent.,
Klamath 10 per cent., Linn 1Q per
cent., Polk 2.5 per cent , Wa-hlnit n
75 per cent., and Yamlhdl J.0 per
cent; and those whoso town lot of as
sessments as rendered, were Co utnbla
20 er cent., and Hhi rman 15 per cent.
THE PATRIOTIC OEDEE8.
Devoted to the Fraternal Societies of
the Department of Oregon.
artment devoted tn newy anidlij
..., mu nf lnlMrnt to lllA arhUU
Af" irpStiT Woman;. idle f Corp. ani IHjm
of VeieraD. of Oregon will apr ir ecU atu'.
in the iui'.y uai-it.. "'"'"
furtUer not ce. Kora cen raoniu iuu ,.
not only sei all th nw "f b" ordft?in"!.:
ron bul4cure tbU coinplMe uoo o ted pre.
dillT newpper. ua iem oi rw u
wbJriptlons direct w the pablUhers, Uofer
Urol , Miiem, ur.j
THE SONS OF
J. B. Dlmlck, of Hutibard, writes
that a strong camp can be organized
here as soon as the roads are better. It
Is Captain Dlmlck's plain to unite the
Sons of veterans at Hubbard, Needy
aud Woodburu in order, If camps are
not organized at thoe points.
Ar. old soldier who received the last
copy of Tub Journal felt moved to
write: "if there ever w nm ""
the close of the war for the Union or at
least slnoo those dark days of the re
construction perl.id that patriotic men
should stand together and.by all means
In their poer 'urtuer th8 cu,ca""n
of pare patriotic principles, an iailghi
by the order of tha dm of Veterans,
that time Is the present.''
General J ihu W. dprauue, of Taco
His, was burled oy the patriotic orders
the past week at that city. Gen.
Bnrague camp Hon of Veterans attend
ed in a bo ly. The funeral oration was
delivered by Rev, A N Thompson
wheaaldlnpirt: "One reels a peculiar
basltatlon called as I a.n today lo sjak
Uyouoramau long and dearly and
with rwwoo loveil In his home, In his
church and In thl city, and fcause he
.nrth.Mewbo drew his sword
and staked his life to save tho Uolou-
loved and honored wo oy win jw
Uglon of lU counlry'a defenderi, .v
.i. ..nk mm file it Ihe euilre O. A. It
and by the grateful millions f this God
'It is always IntercaUna and, when
... -h.rHfltrr la like h , l.Mtl.uble, ,
to tcb gHHiptw of the irlti life of a
uh ir irJOl
to every i
sola r ir e mn.
often a 'auger to thcrat
them solilura see him ..nave lu h.
clal relations, tt Is hard U tmiiz iUik
the dignified officer :h reviews the
parade or, with the daring of one who
thinks' his body pro if agklnaUhd foe
man's lead, shouts tho word and leads
the charge in the hottest of the tight,
la a man with the sitae DMuro and
sympathizes with ull tha fejllngs of
those who are auhjeot to his order. It
la hard to ploturo suob au one a famll
lar friend, a loving hujbml or a play
ful parent, to picture him in struggle
and triumphs, 'sorrows aud J'ys, Ju-tt
as other men experience them. The
roalllfdofa public mio doei not ap
pear until we got behind tho barriers of
formality aud official dlgulty. An ac
quaintance Is quickly formed, however,
when un opportunity is gUen of ou tor
tug Into bis llvlnir mora. Heroes are
destroyed or ounobled as wo Ret
glimpses of tbeir private lives, or pub
lie conduct Is traced t motive, aud ns
motive displays true character. Napo
leon bad a career her.ifo au 1 spleudld
yet how sadly does our eUlmatoohauga
when we lift the screen nud see his
private life und character, a fitful, Im.
patient, vulgar mm. But not so will
our estimate bd chamred when we lift
die screen from bef re ihe home lifo of
him who wa our cblefest citizen of
Ticoma. The plcure which wo shall
s ?e Is of a strong and courageous, yet
p itient, affectionate, devout and pray
erful hushaud and father. He was so
Void of all pretense und seeming; what
he did was so directly the result of
what be was. His publlo strength Was
so manifestly rooted Id tho excellence
of his private character that au ao
qbalntauce with blijii a citizen andj
public mau was a cons'ant disclosure
of his private traits. His publlo life
was an exception tn many others.
A Valuable Remedy.
Hon. Edmund L. Pitts, the late
pie-ldeiit of the New York Btute
"dtate of New York, Keiiato Chamber,
Ai.utNY, March 11, lb-SO.
I hove uned Allcock's lNimui I'lusters
In my family for the putit five yearn
aud can truthfully any they are a valu
able remedy and efleut great cures. I
would not be without them, I have
Iu several Instant ei given some to
friends suflerlug with weak und lame
hacks, uud they have Invariably uf
fonM certuln und ?eedy relief. The
cannot be too highly ounmeuded."
Astoria Railroad. Articles were
today filed Incoropnttltig the Columbia
River R. R. C., with a capital of $3,
000,000. E. A. Beeloy, W. W. Knight
and W. B. Bmjth are the proprietors.
' Oilman Coal. The best fuel In
lowu, $8.00 per tou. Salem Impiove-
Reattle gives work lo nearly COO men
The Coos Bay sfage was held up and
robbed by one man near Myrtle point,
Mr Fowler, of Arlington, started to
Chicago lust v.tek with a whole train
load of mutton sheep.
Howard Alderson, of OakvlllOi ihot
uluieelflii the hand. His fingers bad
to be amputated.
Tho hop crop nf Oregon this year was
37,109 bales; Washington 88,740 and
California 43,000 bales.
County C'onimlrsloner Fawctt, of
Tacoma, made 2000 p -or children Imp
py by glvlug them a bl,j Christmas
A larKe mouutaln lion was caught In
a steel trap, mar Grand Reed , icent
y. The anlmsl nearly broke lose when
dlrcovmd by the trspperf.
At Pocatello.Idaho, an edict has gone
out thut hence'orth no married wumari
or unmarried man will b- ropioyed In
the public schools as teacher.
An Investigation nfib look of 8.
Murphy, ox-oliy treasurer of Ba er Ci
ty reveals a borlago f 0"o- to 14000.
A wrrraut was Immediately lsutd and
Mr. Murphy ph-otd m der -rie.t.
An Increase of 1142,045.41 In the net
earnlugs for Dp mUr, ovr the net
esrulugs for ihe oievl u tn. tb re
iwrteil by the leoeivers of the Nortbwn
r,..i Hdturdav. John King, of Moro,
i.ri iu.ih Wui bioken ciomi up to tl
uio aortutyltwo rdlni t-' law.
iHMiyaudliis b.ck w.i
Injured, by lallfu, under tbe whe t.
j his wagon;
county, was badly bufh
tho fire. Tho tleh bu hef
was horribly burcel and large patches
camoofl with tbectotbtug.
Accldeat at the Indian School.
ChkhaWA, De& 80.-Wm. Mllea.
one of the engideer'a boys was almost
killed by being caught in the belt of the
saw used for cutting wod. Tho right
arm was broken badly nutl hvj wa oth
erwise badly brulBed, '
Miss Llbblo Jaokson, of sou I hern
Oregon arrived on the overland this
morning on a visit to her aunt, Mrs.
8. G. Punch.
Walter Mnrely, who bought part of
A. F. MoAteo's place, Is putting out a
large hop yard aud orchard. He Is
talking of netilug out an ixchard of
BATTLE WITH INSURGENTS.
Convicts Eevoult, Expecting to Fight
Bt. Vincent, Dee. 80 A delayed
dispatch from I'ernambuco, dated Dec,
9?flfl uv.i 'Thl.ra wat, Aartnna flifhllntv
""'", "WM. A..V.W . V MV..UU0 ..N...U(
ill Aguas Bellas on the 21st Fifty sold
iers were killed but the resu't of the
battle Is not given. A dUpatch sent
gives reports or a revolt on Convlot Is
land, Fernando Do Norobau a number
or guards were killed in the conflict.
Insurgent war vessels were expeoted
there to help liberate all convicts to
iititl take them to Rio to fight tho gov
ernment. Davitt on Dr. Oronln.
London, Dee. 80. In reply to a dis
patch font to Michael Davitt, December
24) h, addressed to tho Laud League
Cottago, the following letter was re'
eel ved today, d ted Bally Uracil, coun
ty Dublin, December 27: I am obliged
to Mr Melville E Btone, general man
ager or tho Associated Press, fir asking
me to reply through the Associated
Press to statements made In some or tho
Chicago papors, alleging that I udvlsed
the removal of Dr. Crouln. I can only
answer that It would lie just as true to
oharuo mo with having advised tho re
moval of Julius Caesar or of Abraham
Lincoln. I never even heard of Dr.
Cronln'snameor cxlstenco, until tho
spy, LeCaron, spoke of him at the Par
nell commission hearings, and the
news of the brutal murder came to
Europe. Tho farther allegations, that
I wrote a letter lo Detectlvo Cotighlln
at that, or any other tlmo Is without a
shadow of a foundation, as I neither
knew, or of him, or wrote to him dir
ectly or Indirectly; nor have I been
written to by him or anybody Iu his
behalf, in my life. Tho whole story
Is a montrous fabrication from begin
ning to end and must im mate from
some madman, or perhaps some Inter
ested knave who wishes to satisfy some
feeling or tmllgnlty In coupling my
name with (he commlMlon or so foul
and cowardly a crime. I am reluctant
lv compelled to say, In connection with
his infamous slander, thut the presa of
America Is the only press in the civil,
'zed world tod iy through which such
rulllauly attempt as tli's, at the moral
assassination of publ'o men, can be
made wlih impunl'y." Blgned,
THE OiVfcRXiiRM IIKCOKD.
Governor Pennoier is cuil-tent on
nnthlnir tut lampimt (tn sllverlsm,
On the tarlfl he i a fr.e-trader,
O-vernor Pennoyer, of Oregon Is
posing a the friend of the taxpayer.
On this lwue U Is seeking to swing
hmeir Into Hi- Un'ted Htates si-nste
OB I V n ( I e l-'lgllirouenra". mb
would Ime t explore bis record on a
matter or great Importance to the 10
pie. The first state board of equaliza
tion, which he appdnted, raUvl all
unrtirioM to 100 oen's on (he d-i lur
on the astsusimant rolls.
As many counties bad assess t (hem
In that way, homIu cul I be more
M or Just than bat actloi of Ibis
kaa.fl. In br nalw lb ra al to a level
Toe nsu'l oi mis
f r be oo rn otgage to tha m 8 wja
mortgages as tu
own selection and waiitrtm,.
levy on Portland mnrfgng$1Ulso!fett
un uiu uonar, wne the other coun
or the state were vscmed utonaji
dred cents on the dollar. CouTd
thing hi) more uufalr orui.j'HiA
this? The Journal showed tilt!
the time. Able counsel appear
um nuns uuo. me question wa arg
a length before the governor, secret
iHWutoaml sum treasurer, Thasjer
enw tried tn get out on a teckuleal
mid rnug'it stubbornly for the mort
kkuo tftx dOiLt ri. Hon. Lark Hl'vm.
a staunch Democrat ami hltth'rtistip?
porter nfihe governor, vtttl: "We will
kuook that Idea out of your beasl
goveinor, or we wtU'.knoo,t job
out of your chair.'' The Republlaaff
members or tli "4te l.tard(
to levy the sUte lax' made the lew en
the valuation of mortgaKe a" equ illKl'
by the governor's boird and thy stw
by it. Tho county pf Maltafsuati u
fused to paythln tax.Thegoyeiaor wh
not In favor of enforcing its eollMttea
He waswllllugto let Itgobydi-AMl
Not a step was taken by him to coMetf
t. Secretary McBrlde and Tr.a
urer Meteohnn ordered Attorney G.
oral Chamberlain to bring awlt aad !
lectlt and he did so, TdatMi.M
gnu uui noi uy uio euorts m uavtraac,
Pennoyer. If we have not mated tl
correctly wo give the governor spsee
these columns to correct us. We defy,
any Populist or Democrat!! paper (e
uercuu uio course or me governor, wa,
want nothing but what I fa'r. "W,
havo upheld tho governor wba
he hun done right. We shall
hold up his rtcoM to the publlo whD
ho goes wronir. He wcut baok In
Instnucoon tho work of hm own aiafw
lioard of equullzitlon, which work! wm
HUttulned by all courts nd nil men of
sense, He went buck on hU nwn tt-'
toruey grneral who would not shield
tho tax dodgers when It was pUlB'y
the governor's desire and luteaiiaa tl at
he shoultt. Tliu pcoplo sustalne I (be
I .1 I nil"
WUIK Ul HID BllllU UUUIU Ul C( UHlliWllim
ami of tho state nfll -nits who d flared
from Puunoyvr nud ordetod tlewort-
guge tux coiiecteit dollar ror cellar.
Governor Pernio r'a ncord in this re
spect dors not show him to be the
friend or the laborer and faxpsy-r, tut
or tho Portland niortgagcho'defs, tbe
tax-dodgers and state tux-booolers. If
tho hair million or stito tsxee nowi
withheld by corrupt county igU-lato
and suspendtd bankers Is ever collected
by the state It will not be due le ihe
energy or vlgllanco or Petitioner,
"An old M-W
ia tho verdict
y lator is tho
jLJGfrGf ftnd Kidnay
WU.W j v
can pin your
faith for a.
tivo, . a l
on tha Liver
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noys. Try it.
gold by M
DruggUU in Liquid, or in Powtlar
to bo taken dry or madeinto Ua,
ru Uu at Urm iMMm.
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