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HOOC The River Glacier. vol 2. HOOD IilVKU, OUKHON, SATURDAY. APRIL 11, 1801. NO. 45. .,2)(ood Eiver Sla'cicr. t V ruui.imiKii rvkict sati'iuiay moknino t The Glacier Publlslilng Company. M UM Itll'TION MUCK. On. y.r fl no Hi iimiillia , , ir Thro iimnllii , h Kiikln uijr I C.nt. CKO. P. MORGAN, !-t. Chl.f (Mr I, l(, H I r..t (Ifflr.. jiukI :: Law :: Specialist, Itii'.iii Nn. 'i, I tint (im,- IliillJIng.V 1 Til N IIAI.I.KS, OH O. D. TAYLOR, Real Hslalc Broker, Fire, Life nnd Accident Innurnnce. Money Loaned on Heal Estate Sccnrity om, n, 1'r.in li Cn ' Hunk lliuMliif, TIIK I'AM.KH. dllKililM. , THE GLACIER Barber Shop Grant Evans, Propr, Bm-imil Si., miir Ouk. . I IchmI Ilivor, Or, Shaving anil llaii cutting m-ntly dona. Sat infliction ( iiui t t-it. TIIK PACIFIC. COAST. County NcwspaiKTS Sue Iioanls of Supervisors in California. A Stronir I'.irtv In lilko Condemn the ll.im'. j n - j - Ing In lifllgy of I'uur Members of the Nevada l.fe,IMutinc Tacoina is rigidly enforcing tln new fflHh;ig In wh. Theeiticiis of Helena, Mont., defeated the promised new charter. The Anlorinn says the Insurance com panies lire $2,1100,600 ahead of Astoria. The 1'nrt Townscnd City Council has voted fi!,KU0 for a ti It-graph lire-alarm wrvice. Spokane Falls has adopted a new city charter. Ilerciiftcr the inline of the i iiy will simply hn Spokane. Hi'ep nwilern near the Znni Halt lakeH in New Mexico complain of heavy Iuch by freezing nnd tarvini;. Aherdeeii Iiiih votcil t nwiie JfL'j.oO.) worth of IkiihIh to mine money for the ImildinKof n hijih Hchool Tlir Spiikiinn t'oinini"Hioorn hiivo the city over JfiO.IKU n year hy ivdueint; the naluricH of the diU'creiit city'clerks. Tin new lighthouse located inair the mouth of the Silvcrjiiite, San licuo,'('nl., wan lighted the other evening for the llrHttuno. llrndHtreet inereiintile aneney report twelve. fiiilurcH in the I'licilicCoast Staten and ierntnrieH for the past week, mh compared with lifteen for thi;i'orreHioi!d- ing week o( 1H1H). The tliree-rtniHted schooner J. f. niiuci hv nun nut iiiionan ciitu inn wlarch 5 for Sail ! rancisi'o Willi 800 Vf Hiijiar for Sprcekels Uros. Aieordiii(t to eMtiinatcH made hy ex (lovernor Keinpleof the haihor-linecoin-inisHion Seattle may he ahle under the terniH of the new law to Hpeud. nearly $1,000,000 in iminoving its linrlior. The cenBiiH-takiiif; of the Navajo In diiuiH, together with the enumeration of their immense herds, of horses and eattie and lloeka of sheep and goats was active ly begun last week in New Mexico. The Pomona papers are making vigor pijs protests agniiiHt. Kastern jihyHicinns thai Bend patients in the last, stages of consumption to that city to die almost as soon they are landed from the ears. There is much interest shown in the trial at San Jose of LeeChing for assault to murder, lie is believed to he the oh teet of the enmity of the hitrhhinders because of information lie has given frrnr police. . Out of 4,(KW carloads of oranges raised in Southern California this season it is estimated that Icbs than 1,000 carloads have been moved thus far. Trices are goting better, and shipments will rap Idly increase. There is a strong party in Elko who condemn the hanging in efligy of four members of the Nevada Legislature. It ig said the hanging was done hy office holders whoso 'salaries have been cut down byjjieil-egisliiture. h'e Little Colorado ri'eris booming, and the people at llolbrook, A. T., are trying to protect the river bank with Vush and trees, but the current, at last, counts was taking away the earth at 4e fate of ten feet an hour. "'ord has reached Eureka from Light- Marhle at Cape Mendocino that rrtin the sealing schooner Ethel leco were cnpd,;ed In the ship's Ki,nnl, rS.H I no Val'i", cm u unvyii v.int uii'l .raed Fred were lost, If fj KASThKX ITIsMS. The Mafia Sail to I5c ricpariii; for W-ncancL'. NYtu.p;;i Iiimilit fniiimlssloiicrs rind duly i Out of ;vi Applicants Wuitl.y of Sl.itc Aid. Tin1 l.oiiiid..iiu lottery in evadng tin law by means i'f it brunch in Mexico. 'I' 1 1 ' m 1 1 ri Thomas will probably be musical din dor h( the World's l air at ( 'hi. ago, Tin" Miivurof Sioux City, la., Iiiim an nounced that Id-Mill not hereafter en force tin- liiinr . Iteecnt purchases by tlic New Vi .r k Central indicate a desire fur it monopoly of .Northern .Now York liiiNiticM.t Tin' Mi"i."i.ii State Lunatic Asylum ,a full to oei lion, ing, mid there nrc i.'(ll li ri fi it t ' niilci waiting to he mln.il ted. Mrs, MeKee mill Mr. Itu-sell I a r ri si n arc gnin; to Europe to spend tin' Hummer. They will nail alxiut May I. Till' (iiViIIIIIIIIlt I toll I'd llitH IcfllSl'd to build a bieakwal'r lit ( hicagij at Federal expense for the World's Fair naval ex hibit. M'.M of tin llillke Ijlielul S'utcs are beginning to ji I 1 1 r . I t i ; 1 1 i 1 1 1 i-i fur the W'ui li'." l air. Inn California has wade the laiyesl appropriation tlrin far. Secretary No! de in cut of a t ience w i' Il ('iiiiTiiii-MiitH'r Mm an, whom lie cutiM'l- 1 TH I. nill'ilii' fur tlieSio'lX t'olllleu, iiiel t lie chance an- jfoml for Mui uan he inr in-kcil to ri'f in. The Circuit Court IioMh that in refiiH- ill.' other lilH'M the lle of the hi iilj;e at Oiniiha the I'ni in 1'acilic foitYitcl nil l iht to i he 1m in. I." of the city of hnahu, amounting to .fi iii,o .11. The 1 i'iiios n of 1 he four Cat holic ti ai h erM w ho have had 1 hiire of thelircen I'.av (Win.) Indian School ha.s raided a ' ;-1 . t-1 1 1 of indignation anions theCalh , olicH thiuii 'hoiit the country. The State of Texan om iim and ruiiH a Miar farm worked hv convicts. Ite cently a hill wan in.-ed hv the I j'u5hu lure to in cept the two-cent hoiintynn ler the Mckinley hill, hilt liovtrnor lloj; vetoed it. Thi'Orilnance in iiaitincnt lulu found it 111 cetiHary to m r-1 1 :i .- a iiiimherof fur- c'ln can cMinne", the government hav inK inn" upon which to moniit tin twidvi-inch inoi tai Ji nt r-'orls Vadorth and I liimilloii. Ir. Oavid S. .lordnn, I'rei-ident of tin Indiana l'nivcritv, I uin accented the of fi r to hccoiiie rresident of the l.elainl Stanford 1'niveiMitv. The term of olliiu hct'iiH Mild to ptenihcr, and the salary in $IO,ii(Kl. I lie Ninth I a It nl 1 Siip-eme ( oiirl up- liold the con-ititnt lonahtv ol the law re- (iiiiinj; cominercial agents to depnidt 1 Willi tin; Male Jrcasurer as a guarantee for any judg neiit olitained for a lnisreprcsent.'itiiin as to false credit. The Hat leld-McCoy factions of West Virginia are to terminate their vendetta, which ban caused about lives. Aaron Hat lit Id is to marry the daughter of the leader of the McCoys in May, when all the factious will meet and shake hands. The Manhattan Company, which occu pies the Ninih, Sixth, Third and Second s venues, toei her with sundry other New York streets, for its four elevated lines, last year paid the city Sfi.L'U 1 for taxes nnd 'percentages, on il.OOO.OiH.) of slock and f ,IL".I,'J!I8 of net earnings. A corporation to be known as "The Corporate Town Company of Knoxville, Teun.," has been organized. It has for its object the foundation of a inaniifact uring city in the highlands of Kast Ten nessee on the plan by which Middlcslxir t'Uj'h wiii so Kuecesslully established. A niimher of Cincinnati capitalists hf ve organized and incoi porated under the laws of Kentucky the Arrowhead Ueaervoir Company, The object is to con.it ruct reservoirs in the mountains neat San Kernardino, Cal., for storing watef; to he used in the valley for irriga tion. ) Judging from the remonstrances now on hand at Washington concerning the Hound Valley Commission's report, the Commission will favor taking from the Itonm. Valley reservation about (ill.OilO acres and adding the same to the public domain, subject, to settlement This leaves the Indians about 40,000 acres. The commissioners to the drought ht ricKen sect ions of Nebraska ha ve re turned. After examining iilO applica tions for relief they found only twenty who were in need i l aid from the State. One man who applied owned two tee tions of laud" had SCO acres of growing wheat, lived in'U fine house and admit ted owning two stallions worth $f,000. Charles liutton went inlo an Italian barber shop at Chicago, and setting him self into a chair, said lie wanted to be shaved by a member of the Alalia, as he had a hand in the New Orleans tragedy, whereupon the Italian barbers set upon him with pokers niuj chairs, and he will probably die from his injuries. I'utton only wauled to be funny, as it is not be lieved be ever was in New Orleans. A report was sent to the Department of Slate from the late United States Min ister to Japan (John F. Swift) that after long deliberation the native .Presbyte rian Church in that country has seen lit to recast the time-tried doctrines of the Presbi terian Church, nnd even to make additions to the Apostles' creed, and that it is a frequent ncl common claim by Christian convortsthat, the spirit and menping of Christ i!Wly in its broader scope has never been fvroperly preceni nmons tnem. r. r rOJliJCN NEWS. Jerry-I'iuilt I'ortresses Turn Up on , the Russian I'rontier. The Oticcn of Italy Orders Two Hundred Soup Tickets Distributed Dally tu tin.' I'oor of Hume. :. The Chilian goTerniiient is purchasing fast cruisers abroad. The rice crop in China and Japan is reported to be short. A traiiHnust'ralian railroad is being taiKcd 01 111 ine colony. The Manchester and Sheflicld railway will almM-di sccoiid-clasM carriages. The Czar has finally given his nam lion to an oft-rejected treaty with Krance. Norway is wealthier in nickel ores than any other Kuropfan country, hut only two mines in1!! now working. " The I'.erlin faculty has dropped liil s'lidcnts ibis term for not subscribing for 11 single course of lectures. An English court has decided that to call a man 11 convict after he has Nerved a term of imprisonment and is legally tree M libelous. France has stopped granting reduced through railroad rates from foreign conn tries. This is done ow ing to the protec tion clamor. The police authorities nt Kiel refused to allow (ieneral Booth to speak in pul Lc on the ground that he was not a (ier mati subject. The impiest on the accident to the I'topia in (iibrallar Hay has unanimous ly decided that the cause of the disaster w as accidental. An Allahabad paner estimated that the treasure lying idle in India in the shape of hoards or ornaments amounts to i,:i;.o,oiMi,oii(). Captain Leitao, the principal leader in the Oporto outbreak, ban been sentenced to six years', imprisonment and ten years' banishment. Natural gas, it is stated, has lieen found near Middlesliorough, England, beneath the salt at 11 depth of about 800 feet from the surface. f Pariiell's position seems to be growing weaker in Eiuhind. He seems indiffer ent to criticisms that would to ordinary persons lie maddening. In a hospital of Odessa an experiment was made recently with lirown-Scojiiard's lymph which may prove of great signifi cance to the medical science. Troops have been sent to Angers, the capital of the Department of Maine et Iiire, to supress a disturbance in the slate (piarries caused by a strike. A third cable is to be laid from the English to the (ierninn coast. Each gov ernment is to bear half the cost, which w ill amount in all to about 130,000. Queen Marguerite of Italy, owing to the great distress now existing in Koine, has ordered that L'OO soup tickets he daily distributed to the poor in her name. The President of Chili has given a gra tuity equal to a year's pay to all officers of tiie navy of that Republic who re fused to join their comrades in the rev olution The next of the series of onti-slavery conferences, which owe their origin to the activity of Cardinal l.avigerie, and which will he held in London, promises to be an important gathering. M. de Freycinet and Mirihel are com pleting plans for the reorganization of of the French colonial army. Their pur pose is to have in the colonies a well disciplined force of 25,000 men. The new Brazilian Constitution pro vides that the Congress of the ltepublic shall not declare war against any nation until arbitration has been attempted without success. The funeral of Triiice Napoleon was hurried through with almost indecent haste in order that no attempt might be made to carry out his testamentary in junctions about a crvil burial. Major Saivow, selected recently for the Bulgarian Secretaryship of War, is the son of a preacher. In the Servia-Bulga-rian war he won the highest decorations for bravery and generalship. He is a warm partisan and personal admirer of Prince Ferdinand. A magnificent monument in memory of the abolition of serfdom by Alexander J 11. 11118 just, oeen piaeeu in a square in Moscow. It is to cost 2,0tH),0tU-""roi'bles. and will at night be illumjjmted by a great, number of electric, gliy lamps. " Betore starting for Kiviei,. T.ord Salis bury informed Senbor del Freitas, the Portuguese Minijjif i Um, of the decision of the VnPTU enxt-. ', regard to the Ansctknie out before lifUP in Africa, laving (ifl." The oiler concession wnwni ,i,..n ,.,.r,te,l . 1 . 1 1 mnke to Porlnirulf i. proposals made.'1' next momni nrobablv bo -v veil emne from the 1 eminent. .nul rushed to the fi Jerry-buil;case xvheirthe traveler; on tne iroiyue head, and without sit nation ol,llki literally tumbled tresses head foremost, his eyes the outiinfr out with horror, while he piece , i "'That woman up there is deadRU classes of Englishmen in regard to hasRe )uloVl. o coolly rejoined the Wie reportB current as to the treatment rsJeiul ... . . ..' i fi "j,,,,!! ,1; 1 n...r f"vand Duchess Elizabeth, grand- nt ii a ..:'i 1; 1 , .. "but how in the dev,l did you jjjubly A out." Liwoln Cull. PORTLAND MARKET. ! lour has advanced 25 cents per bar rel. Feed remains aUiiit the same. As iiai ngiiH. K'een ens and string bean are lower. D' cIjh and Sicily Lemons are higher. California Butter has had such a demand that prices are higher; there are no chanireR in Oregon. Chickens are lirm, and (JccHe are sold at nominal prices. Dealers in Portland do not seem to know what effect the free duty will have on nigur after April 1; they y t at il is mere guesswork. Dried Fruits are steady, with very good demand. Canned goods are firm. Wheat The local market is very pin t,, with very little change oWrvable in the general features. Quote nomi nally: Walla Walla, l.27)(tf l.30; Val 'lev. 1..'2,V( 1.3.5. Fix:'k Quote: Standard, M-50; Walla Walla, f 4.15 per barrel. Oats Qivde: f,8c per bushel. Hay Quote: ltKU7 per ton. MiujircrKS Quote: Bran, flSriilO; r'horts, llr20; Oround Barley, Chop Feed, 25 per ton; liarley, $1.20(3 l.."0 per cental. Bi riKii Quote: Oregon fancy cream "r.vi 37'uc; mncy dairy, 30321c; fair to g'xsl. 2Vtf27tc; common, 20c; Cali fornia, 2i;,'-gi'i2Hc per pound. Ciikkhk Quote: Oregon, 14(?15c; Cal i.'orina, 14'5c per pound. Eiioh Quote: Oregon, 1820c per dozen. Pori.THV Quote: Chickens, $f.503 .('); Ducks, flOw 12; Ueese, f'JtiSll per dozen; Turkeys, 14 15c per pound. Vkoktabi.ks Quote: Cabbage, $1.50 ('tl.75 per cental; Cauliflower, $1(1 1 23 per dozen; Celery, Site jier dozen; On ions, 314'W4c perfKjund; Carrots, $1.00 per swk ; Beets, $1.50 per sack ; Turnips, $1 per sack ; Potatoes, li iui70c per cental ; tomatoes, $2.25 per x ; Sweet Potatoes, 4 die per pound; Asparagus, OexHc per pound; Parsnips. $1 per sack; Lettuce, 2h25c per dozen; Squash, 2,'-ig2?iC per pound; Green Peas, 10c per pound; String Beans, 17c per pound. pki'its Quote: U8 Angeles Oranges, $2w: Kiverside, $2.25(i2.75; Navels, $ l.5ii(i -i. 75 per box ; Sicily Lemons, $0(ii (i. 50 ; California, $4((i 5 per box ; Pears, ljac per pound; Apples, $1(81.50; per box; l.ananas, $:;c(i4 er bunch; Pineapples, $", 8 per dozen. Nuts Quote: California Walnuts, ll'ac; Hickory, 8,'s'c; Brazils, ik-; Almonds, lOui'lTe; Fillxsrts, BKifHc; Pine Nuts, 17(18c; Pecans, 17Ctl8c ; Coconnuts, 8c; Hazel, 8c; Peanuts, 8c per pound. Hors Quote: Nominally, 20 i25c per pound. W001; Quole; Willamette Valley, 16 a20c; Wai1 Walla, 1 4 'c 17c per pound. HiuKM-Viote: Dry Hides, eelei ted prime, s&lh'g'c, ,c lets Jor cuils; irieen, selected, over 55 pounds, 4c ; under 55 pounds, 3c: Sheep" Pelts, short wool. 30 (.folic : medium, (Hid? 80e ; (ong,90c(S $1.25 ; shearlings, 10of20e; Tallow, good to choice, 3(i3!2C per pound. Tha MerclianilUe Marhet. Coal Oil Quote: 1.95 per caa. Kick Quote: $0.00(fti.75 Per cental. Honky Qiote: One-pound frames, 17c. Ckanukbkiks Quote: Cape Cod, $11 per barrel. Salt Quote: Liverpool, $16. $16.50, $17; stock, $10.50 per ton in carload lots. Cokkkh Quote : Costa Rica, 22:; Uio, 23c; Mocha, 30c; Java, 25)20; Ar bnckle's, roasted, I7l4 ' perriound. Beans Quote : Small Whites, 334c; Pink, 3c; Bayos, 4?c; Butter, 4gc; Limas, 4'c per pound. Sugars Quote : Golden C, 4?c ; extra C, 518c; dry granulated. tijj,c; cul crushed and powdered, 7c per pound. Dhikd FBrrrs The market is tirin. Quote: Italian Prunes. 12)40; Pe tite and German Prunes, 10c per pound ; Raisins, $2.25 per box: Plummer-dried Pears, 10llc; sun-dried and factory Plums, ll((il2c: evaporated Peaches,18(a 20c; Smyrna Figs, 20c; California Figs, 9c per pound. 0 ann ed Goons Market steady. Quot e Table fruits. $2.25, 2,s; Peaches, $2.50; Bartlett Pears, $1.00;' Plums, $1.65 Strawberries, $2.50; Cherries, $2(2.60, Blackberries, $2.50; Raspberries, 2.60, l .neapples, $2.75; Apricots, $2 00. Pie fruit: Assorted, $1.50 per dozen ; Peaches, $1.50: Plums, fl--5; Blackberries, $1.65 per dozen. Vegetables: Corn, $1.25 (ll. 50, according to quality; Tomatoes, $1.153.50; Sugar Peas, $1.401.60; String Beans, fl.lOperdozen. Fish 1: Sal mon, $1.25((ii .50; sardines, 75c$1.60; loosters, $2(U3; oysters, $1.50(i?3.25 per lozen. Condensed milk : Eagle brand, .10; Crown, $7; Highland, $6.75; ..'hampion. $6 per case. Nails Base quotations: Iron, $3.00; Steel, $3.10; Wire, $3.90 per keaf. Shot' Juote : $ ! .75 per sack. The Meat Market. Beef Live, 4c ; dressed, 78c Mutton Live, 4'4'?Hc; dlesed. 9c. Hogs Live, 43()4c; dressed, 78c. Veal 5 J8c per pound. MB ATS AND LAUD. Qnoic: . Extern Hams, ll12lc; )iv;!,m, 10'ic; Breakfast Bacon, 10( 2e; 01 her varieties, 910c; Lard, 8$ jlle per pound. Acting Governor Bnlkeley of Connect icut broke down a door of the State House at Hartford because it interferes with his communication with the legis lative halls, and now the State Controller says he will eject Iiulkeley if he do not order theTepair of the door and here after leave it unharmed. Membersf the New Orleans branch of the Matia are reported to be in New York for the purpose of securing parties from that branch to go to the Crescent City and begin the work of the venge ance they-have sworn. The chances of the discovery of the work done by stran gers would not be so great. Deep indignation is expressed among n . 1" ifTvXand Duchess Elizabeth, grand-; find it ?,f Quepn vict)ria bv hr husJ VrandPnbeSergius 'oj Pnsgiai inev-itar. THE C0jn:t Or Tft'JE LOVE. Mr. Peduuela Hrlngii Multrra to Tftct tilt f.cti. Li ft. CHAITf.lt I. The sunimor day whh drawing to a close ami it. was tiini- for the pick nickers to return home, 'j hey hud hat lied with abandoned inoHipiit'K'M, fired stones and disguised profanity at itinerant pin, clinngod their cauipiriK Iround two ortlirne times on ac count of biiinbli'U-cM' rn-sts, auiihurned their now M, Hiid caught one small mud cat, sixteen rniwfiHh and one n-.iiig turtle. The only tiling yt to donn was to finish the contvutM of the lunch hasketM and eat what remained of the ice cream. A little apart from the ot tiers sat, on a buggy cusliiuii, Oliver Peduncle nnd the young lady to whom he had devoted him self during the day. ClIAPTKR II. "Maud," lie said an he brushed an ill bred country insect from her drew and threw a sycamore chip at nn inquisitive half grown pig that was trying to be socia ble, "1 managed to get thin xaticerful of ice cream In-fore it was all gone." And he set it down on an Inverted bucket. "There is morn that 1 want, Oliver," shs said. "We will eat it together." . Oliver's heart Is-at wildly. With a trem bling hand he took two spoons from the biuiket beside them, gave one to his fair companion, kept the other himself und waited. 'chapter ih. The young lady opened the liasket, took out another saucer, emptied half of tke ice cream into it, and proceeded leisurely to eat ber port ion. And then Oliver put his saucer down, went off and sat on the bank of the stream, and looked pensively over intothe marshes beyond, where the bull frogs were sound ing the opening notes of their eveningover ture. "It didn't work," he said to himself; "I needn't liaugaroiind that girl any linger." And the buggy in which Olivernnd Maud traveled homeward reached its destination three Lours ahead of any of the others. THE KM). Chicago Tribune. She Sized IIliu Cp. A citizen who was passing by a house on Indiana street the other day obeerved smoke coming through the roof near the chimney, and he rushed up to the door and knocked an alarm. "What do you want?" asked the woman as she apjieared. "Madam, don't get excited, but I must tell you" "Oh, I shan't get excited," she inter rupted, "I always keep this hajnly by." And she lugged out a big revolver, which bung on one of the pegs of the hat rack, and continued: "Nq clocks wanted. No rugs wanted. No books wanted. No sewing machines wanted. No cold victuals nor old clothes toKiveaway. Travel!" And he had to retire to a position outside the gate and inform her that the roof was on fire. Detroit Free Press. Familiar l'lininc.. BKAVTf FIRES TIIE BLOOD. -Life. Not What She Wanted Anyway. A woman stopped in front of a hardware store on Michigan avenue the other day and begun 10 examine a gasoline stove. A clerk speedily appeared and queried: " ere you thinking of buying a gasoline stove, ma'am f" "Well, I didu't know. Which does it burn, wood or coal?" "Neither, ma'am; it burns gasoline." "Oh, I see." : "One of the handiest, nicest stoves in the world, ma'm. Can be placed in any room, and it is warranted not ' to smoke nor smell. Cooks just as well as a regular stove and it costs you only five cents a day to run it." "Doesn't it run by natural gas?" "Oh, no, ma'am. It burns gaso'iue a fluid. Here is the tank." "Has it a refrigerator attached?" "Why, of course not Who ever heard of a refrigerator beingattached to a stove?" "Isn't there no electricity about it?" "No ma'am." "Doesn't it save gas bills' '' "Hardly." "Just simply a stove to cook by?" "That's all." "Well, I don't want one. Can't amount to very much, I guess. I'm looking along here for a second hand clothes horse. Good morning." Detroit Free Press. Didn't Know the Combination. "The 'Funny Man' is away this week. Let's put something good in his depart ment." 'All right. It would be quite a novelty. It must be easy to write such stuff. What shall we put in?" They are still thinking. West Shore. Still Ground for Hope. "But, Clara, what could, you have been thinking of, to engage yourself to such an absent minded man?" "I repent my word every minute, but my hope is that when we get to the church he will forget, and say 'no' instead of 'yes.' " Fliegeude Blaetter. Jay Gould's daily income has been es timated recently at $7,446, Cornelius Vanderbilt's at $15,249, John D. Rocke feller's at $18,71;) aud William Waldorf Astor's at $23,593. At the conclusion of a lawsuit in Phila delphia the other day, the plaintiff re ceived a check for four cents as his share of the amount recovered after the legal expenses had been paid. WASHINGTON CLAIM AGENTS. The Hhii Frnni'lMo "Fximlner" Kulak-lulu- a IhIiii Agency In Wellington. All parties who have claims against the Government will hail the establish ment of the "Examiner's" Claim Agency with delight. I Editorial from .S'. V. Ex awiitff, March 15, 11)1. The San Francisco Esam'uitr is fre quently in receipt of complaints from its subsciiliers in alj parts of the Coast States and Territories that legitimate claims against the government for In dian di jiiiilnlioiiH and laud, jxmlnl and pf union rluiniK intrusted to the care of various attorneys and claim agents have not bei'n properly prosecuted, or, if so, that the charges of the agents or attor neys for fees and alleged exiienses have been w great as to leave little or nothing for the claimants. We have been fre quently urged to make war upon thes rapacious attorneys, fait for many ri sons it is almost imtiosHihle to do so such a manner as to benefit our subsc ers. We might possibly succeed in '1 lt,w a .1 II. I. .....el ... ....... I., o...... lift n ..ir-ii'm n. Uii I 1U ril'". out (jf the field, but his place won immediately taken by another, iwj t hghCwou'd fx; endless and its j prac.ic.illy useless. We have, tl i ! decided aj the liest means of cui evil to et:.iL!ihli in Washington; of Claims, which will take ch ! smdi matt.-rs and push them ti and, in all cases w here it is p'J Icessful m'-lie Mr. John our Washington correspond to the time of his death sc. late Senator Hearst, in wl fie lias had much expenert ing and pushing such claj charge of tins bureau, all necessary legal andcl 01 the first gtaue, nip I cha-ge for their services actual cost and pay hi. price for the time devotj Mr. W edderhiirn is kno i her of the Pacific Co:: delegation, to whom in pending and reliability 1 tie necessity for the such a bureau is well lowing petition, which sivelv circulated in Nor! Ti (he ITm hr Sfnntf of CoH'in Awmhlttl -G pnti. niiiiii'd petit 'oner would m n sent that we are elainmn' mcnt for losst'iiMaiiie'l Iiy Ci'mmptet In Hnmlio ilt ei ent times (ince 1S.VI: that employ an attorney here to a'BiDi", ana snoiner at wa attorney to profei nte them pal.l our attorney here for id In said rlnims, tie-liles bein poime in atten.line with i nientcommii-cioii here that e that now our attorneys at ) are askiuar u to sir 'hem iiiie-thinl of whatevt from the government as the lee u to pay all i.eeiuine e. fai.i claims.' i'his we ohm, ami unreesniiHl'le chartre. your honorahle body to a a pe mline hefo'e you for se ti It w ill emboav a clause alio fees and commissions for.l claims as shall he nt'enieii and your petitioners w ill cjj l'arties having elar against the goveriinien' ! letters to The Exan, Claims, 79 Corcoran bik! ton, 1). C, where Mr. V also be consulted in pe The establishment ti reau of Claims comes tune time, as the late nullified all contracts bi and their attorneys, wl claimant ackancetotrai to the Examiner Bureai Frightened to C. W. Dunham, a prar ; a;a t . .k .1 ! mil uitiu, itieu 1111111 l lie ciuem wiucii uappeneu ic morning while working i - tion a.s a butcher. Mr. dressing a hog, and as he u. toward him a knife, which T" upon theXbeach, was groin, cuttiii'' jn outx Berlin, was sector, ami w rivii if ivna fi-imid tliut suvni 1 necessary, and Drs. Lyon nntl'&q XT TJ,.; (-.!.. li-, Knn,i,tn.. flow "--blood was checked, th. . ;IU .Il'nCt;.! 1171.1 tllO lmll,iTl a.1 comfortable condition. During the night Mr. Dunham arid thinkim? he whs bleeilintr sent for Dr. Gillin, bat when the.di arrived Mr. Dunham had passed ajgg This led the doctor to believe that other artery must have been cut. so 7 f f T f 1 f f r CTJL(llllil.ii,i'i"L. uciu bixia mii.iuu,.ji i nn,l c..a nr l-1-n...i rT nrlomnl nlnnil ""' .Ull t ,J 1. ' , ,.UVV L .' LV. KLW found upon the bandage it was certaf tuat trio man nau not oiea to aeam, ani n puou the only theory given is that, as the" patient was very weak -from loss of -we blood, the sudden thought that he was - bleeding to death caused a shock which stopped the pulsations of the heart, or, in other words, the man was frightened to death. Hartford Courant. Confusing. A minister who enjoys a laugh as well as any one says that he was once invited to take tea with the family of a new parishioner. Among the members of the household were a quiet little lad of 4 or 5 years and a middle aged, unmarried lady, whom the rest of the family addressed as "Aunt llattie." Just before supper was announced the little boy came into the parlor and said, hi a Bin-ill whisper, heard by all present: ''Aunt Sfa-a-ttie, ma says she's goin' td set you by the pre-e-e-cher. Am c that 8 good joke on you?" Youth's Compan Vaccination at se? v by a number of j0 a general commission more dangerous ; Thankful for past favors, wr Cunard passenge continuance of the same at are suffering tic store in the old Post Office consequence of bg Cor. 3rd, and Union Sta. board, have bra - - . great steamship IiS,llC3, UregOXU s V .1 - i . '