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MALUM, OREGON, tfHUItSDAY, APRIL 20, 1893.
"TO-DAY'S NEWS TO-DAY."
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THIS IS
LADIES' KID SHOES
LADIES' PEBBLE AND
Children's School Shoes from the Cheapest to the Best.
INFANT'S SHOES 25C, AND UP.
CASH : STORK.
J. W. THOMAS.
297 Commercial
Keeping Pace With the Times.
Have your business accounts kept it PERFECT books, such are
Tho Frcy Patent Flat Opening Books.
Books that are worthy of the patronage and praise of the Government Of
ficials of the State of Oregon, and the greater portion of tbe mercbantile men
of tbe State, are surely derserving of a trial by everyone.
Manufactured in Oregon ONLY by The Meston-Dygert Book Mfg. Co.,
Proprietors of
THE CAPITAL CITY BINDERY.
Binders to tbe State of Oregon, Printers and Lithographers, Salem, Oregon.
500,000
OSWEGO -
FALL. 1892.
We would call the attention 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 flrst-clasa in
eyery reared. Send for catalogue and price list. Address,
Walling &.Jarisch,
gyMention this paper. Oswego, Oregon.
Baby Carriages, Bicycles, Tricycles, Velocipedes, Boys Wagons
BROOKS & SALISBURY,
(SUCCESSORS TO BROOKS AND HARRITT.)
Guds, Fishing Tackle, Sporting and Athletic Goods.
Bise Ball Good. Flags and Works
BOXING GLOVES, LAWN TEN
NIS SETS, CROQUET BETS
KNIVES, RAZORS, SCISSORS,
DOLLS, TOYS, NOTIONS,
LEATHER AND PLUSH GOODS.
SALEM, -
J. W. TflORNBORG,
THE UPHOLSTERER.
Recovers and repairs upholstered furniture. LoDg Experience in the trade
enables me to turn out first-class work. 8amples of coverings. No trouble to
give estimates. State Insurance block, Cheuieketa street.
A. N. HALE8, Proprietor.
A. N. HALES' LIVERY.
(SuooeMor to H. B. Ryan.)
Livery, Feed and Boarding Stable. A full supply of Hor and Bugtf e
on band, frorees boarded by day. week or month. Office at stable, corner of
Liberty and Ferry Btreets, East of Willamette hotel.
H. F BROER,
Proprietor of the
DEPOT SASH AND DOOR FACTORY.
AH house-flnlsblDK material made to order at tbe lowest Portland
prices. See us before you buy.
CHURCHILL Spraying Outfits,
BURROUGHS
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F. T. HART,
OUR SHOE WEEK !
$1 25 to $8 50
GLOVE GEAIfl $1 25, 1 50 to 1 75
Successor to B. Forstner fc Co.
St.,
TREES !
NURSERIES.
SPRING, 1893.
OREGON.
R. H. PRICE, Manager.
106
State Street..
LEADING MER0HAN1
TAILOR.
Salemr Or.
THIRTY MILES OF DEATH,
Unprecedented Devastation ii
- Mississippi.
GARDNER, IDAHO, DESTROYED BY FIRE
Terrors of tho Elements Seem to
Be Let Loose Everywhere.
IK MISSISSIPPI.
Meridian, April 20. A frightful
tornado crossed Jasper and Clarke
counties yesterday afternoon. The cy
clone originated in Jasper county, .35
miles south of here, and traveled in a
northeasterly direction. Reports of
damage are coming in slowly, but such
as is received indicates an awful Ion of
life and property. All along tbe SO
miles of tbe cyclone's path it is strewn
with dead carcasses of horses, cattle and
all descriptions of live stock, while
crops are ruined. Tbe loss will reach
into hundreds of thousands of dollars.
IOWA AND MISSOURI.
Dbs Moines, April 20. A terrific
snow and wind storm Is raging in this
city and throughout eastern and north
Iowa. Crops will be greatly retarded
by tbe storm. Much damage is done
fruit. A special from Columbia, Mo ,
says: There was a heavy rain fall
yesterday, which was followed
by a blinding snow storm this
morning. Snow is falling, and unless
the weather moderates before night tbe
fruit crops will be greatly damaged.
THE WARDNER FIRE.
Spokane April i0. A brief dispatch
from Warduer in the Coour d' Aiene
mining district reports that tbe town
was deetryed by fire. No particulars.
Wardner is a place of about one thous
and inhabitants, a mining town.
bio snow fall.
St. Paul. Anril 20. Yesterday a
light rain beaan falling, gradually in
creasing in violence as the day waned
and coming down steadily until 9
o'clock when it turned Into snow, This
kjnt com inz all nhibt and at 10 o'clock
this morning showed no signs of abat
ing. Tbe storm Is general throughout
northwest. A deptn or over two reel
on the level having been reaobed in a
number of places. In this city it is
about six or eight inches deep and
drifting badly. Street railway traffic is
somewhat crippled.
BNOW IN EASTERN OREGON.
Portland, April 20. Advices from
Baker City to tbe weather bureau state
that snow is falling there.
$60,000,000 failure.
London, April 20. Tbe failure is an
nounced of tbe Australian Joint stock
bank, with liabilities amounting to
165,000,000. Deposits amount to near
ly 155,00000.
Murderer Convicted.
New York, April 20. The Jury in
tbe case of Matthew Johnson, the
West Indian negro, who was oa trial
the last three days for the murder of
Engineer Emll Kuckelbora on Decem
ber 10 last, brought lu a degree of mar
der In tbe first degree last night, after
five hours deliberation.
TirsatKiasaae.
Redondo, Cal., April . Fire de
ittroved the Ooeanview hotel, Joss $90,-
000, Insaranee 110,000; TerlatUM k
HiBBtau'i saleoa BaliaiBg, low siu,-
000, laearanee $9600; aad a BUK.berof
MBl!r plaees. A BBber ef ether
buildings ware wim amenity prevwv
edfresabeia haraed. Tetal lees eU-
Lake Michigan Lashed Iat a
fury.
PROBABLY TWENTY LIVES ARB LOST
At Milwaukee'. Wis., la aTanntl
Hater1 the Lake.
Midland City, Ala., April 20. A
cyclone struck the town late last night
and destroyed "docea residences, four
stores and two warehouses. Tbe cy
clone lasted bat afew minutes, and no
one was Killed although a number
were seriously braised.
INJURED BY A CYCLONE.
FayettbbvIllr, Ark., April 20. At
noon yesterday i a terrific cyolone
passed through tbe valley just south of
this place, leaviaf a barren waste be
hind it. Many homes were utterly
demolished and many families In the
storm tonight are without shelter.
Out of one family whose name is
Wright,, consisting of eight persons, not
one escapeu serious injury,
TUE.LXKK BTORH.
Milwaukee, -aWu 20. Lake Michl
gan is being swept by oue of tbe worst
easterly gales experienced in years,
Tbe sea is running very high, and ves
sels are unable to venture out of tbe har
bor. A small vessel is ashore at Uead
Juneau. The worst feature of tbe gale
Is tbe probable loss of twenty live by
the washing away of a house over tbe
crib at the terminus of the new water
works tunnel. No men are in sight,
and it is believed they were swept away
but they may be in the air lock below.
It 1b now known that 22 men went
out to tbe water works crib last night.
Unless rescued soon, all that may be
alive at this hour must perish, as the
crib is submerged by p very wave.
- JALL""lBtrFFOCATED.
Tbe tug Welcome returned from the
crib. The life Bavers found one man
whom they rescued. He will probably
die from exposure .and exaustion. As
there are no slgnB of any of tbe rest it
is believed tbe 21 men are either swept
away or dead in tbe cribbed chamber.
Tbe rescued man recovered sufficiently
just before being taken to tbe hospital
to be able to tell those about bim that
bis companions were all in the air
chamber below the crib. It is believed
tbey are all eu (located.
DELUGE AT THE FAIR.
Chicago, April 20. Half-dressed
guards ruBbed from the service build
ing at tbe world's fulr grounds at 11
o'clock toward the manufacturers'
building. For hours the rain pelted
down on tbe roofs of tbe big buildings
or was driven in sheets by mighty
winds and shook tbe heavy iron trusses
as it struck their coverings. Tbe wind
had been high all day, but at an hour
before midnight it was blowing almost
a hurricane.
BRIDGE CARRIED AWAY,
Red Lake Falls, April 10. The
Ice went out of Clearwater river, tak
ing out tbe Great Northern railway
bridge. Tbe Ice is Jammed at the
junction of the Red Lake and Clear-
water livers, and the river is overflow
ing. Houses near tbe river are flooded.
St. Paul, April 20. Heavy wet
snow was falling yesterday in north
western Minnesota and eastern North
Dakota, and tonight extends all over
tbe state. Fergus Falls, Minn., reports
a fall of 10 inches during the day at
Montevideo.
THE UNION PA0IF10 STRIKE.
Kansas Jndge Grants the Sail-
road Company an Injunction.
Kansas City, April 20. The offi
cials or the TJulou Pacific road say
tbe strike on their system is causing
little trouble. Tbe road is not crippled
In tbe least Tho strikers on tbe other
band say that in spite of statements
made by the company to the contrary,
tbe road U suffering from a scarcity of
locomotives In good repair.
Topkka, Kan., April 20. Judge
Hasten has granted, upon application
f ibeAtcblnson, Topeka and Bant
Fe railway company, a temporary In
Jaaatlea, restraining tbe striking sbop
mee from interfering wltb tbe opera
tloa of tbe road, or wltb tbe wea who
are at work in tbe shops. Tbe sheriff
aad 29 deputies are out this afterBoon
to serve Botioe of Injunction oa tbe
strikers. New men went to tbe work
shops this morning.
Arretted fer Libel.
Topkka, April 20. County attoraey
CartU today AM complalat swora to
bv Cyras LeUad, Jr of Troy.ebarglag
ft. B. Osteon, secretary ftk state ef
Reciprocity and the Nicaragua
Canal.
FINANCIAL SITUATION MADE EASIER.
Forty-Oae Assistant Microscop
Ists Discharged.
RECIPROCITY.
Washington, April 20. Investiga
tion into the working of the several re
ciprocal trade arrangements entered
into by the United States with the
Central and South American countries
and with Spain, for Cuba and Porto
Rice, under the provisions of the Mo
Klnley act, which Secretary Greahum
instituted immediately upon assuming
the duties of his ofllce, it is reported,
led to tbe determination by President
Cleveland to terminate the arrange
ments wltb Brazil and with Spain for
Cuba and Porto Rice. Inquiry at the
state department develops the fact that
tbe arrangements have not yet been
terminated, and it cannot be ascer
tained that tho reported action on the
part of the administration is to aban
don reciprocity. On t':e contrary, tbe
result of tbe Inquiries tenas to prove If
any such action has been, or will be
taken with regard to Brazil and Spain,
it will be due to special and local
causes. Complaints are said to baye
been received from persons doing busi
ness wltb Cuba and Porto Rice that tbe
local officials of those islands do not
observe tbe requirements of the recip
rocal prohibitive duty upon articles en
titled to admission free of duty under
the terms-ot convention. Some com
plaint la also made of Brazil in this
direction.
NICARAGUA CANAL.
Tbe stockholders of tbe Nicaragua
Canal company, meet today at noon.
It Js stated that Warner Miller will re
sign as president and that Smith H.
M. Weed, of Plattsburg, N. Y., will suc
ceed him. Tbe morning papers Bay
tbere is opposition to Miller from tbe
English investors. It Is has been said
that tho English investors are particu
larly Interested in discovering Cleve
land's opinion on the subject of the
completion of the canal. It is impera
tive that there should bo a change in
tbe control and a substitution for Miller
of a representative who can treat with
the present administration. It is stated
the English investors are desirous of
completing tbe canal through tbe aid
of a Joint subsidy from tbe British and
tbe American governments. Tbey es
timate that it will require $05,000,000
and say England will guarantee Hb
share. Tbe plan Is to Insure a divi
dend of 8 per cent for seven years and
guarantee tba repayment of tbe sub
sidy In ten years.
civil service.
Tbe ninth annual report of the civil
service commission has been issued.
Tbe commissioners urge tbe classified
service should be extended as rapidly
as practicable to cover every posltioa
In tbe publio service to .which it can ap
propriately be applied. Tbey earnestly
desire that Bomo such bill as that In
troduced in tbe last congress to take
tbe fourth class postmasters out of poli
tics may become a law.
Tbe report shows a very surprising
growth in tbe number of employes com
pared with tbe growth ot population.
Tbe percentage of growth of publio ser
vice in ten years is nearly double tnat
of tbe population. In 1883 about 11 per
cent, of tbe publio service was removed
from party politics, and in 1803 about
21 per cent. Tbe whole number of
places subject to competitive examina
tion under tbe rules is now 42,028.
FINANCES,
Only a grave emergency will change
the nresent financial polloy of the gov
ernment and each day tbe officials of
tbe treasury department gain more
confidence In tbe sltuatloa. Yesterday
tbe secretary received gold from Phil
adelphia, which is the first offer made
to aid tbe administration and a small
amount was also obtained from Chica
go. This enlargement of free gold and
tba aeual dally Increase makes tbe con
dition aiore easy tbaa yesterday. At
tbe treasury it was denied any order
was yet Issued to stop tbe redemption
In gold of treasury notes of 1800 aad
tbe atateawBt was made nothing would
be doae uatil tbe emergency arrived.
reform.
Secretary Morton today ordered tbe
riUaauwal of forty-oae assistant miere-
seoptsts, ese eterkaad a bookkeeper
attaehed to tbe bureau or aaiasai in
dustry, aatlgeed to duty at Chisago.
Taa rea sob for tbe dismissal la tbe n
ilniMil ABilUiAa at mric
Highest of all In Leavening Tower. Latest U. S Gov't Report
RoYal
jm&&
ABSOLUTELY PURE
EARTHQUAKES AT ZANTE.
A Dowager Dicaess Must Go to
Jail-
HOME RULB BILL WILL BE VOTED ON.
Important Items of Foreign News
of the Day.
Earthquakes at Zante.
New York, April 25, A Herald
special from Zanto says shocks of vary
ing length continue. Tbe British
man-of-war Inflexible and the French
warship Ipblgeie, as well as Greek
Ironclads, are in the harbor. Two
companies of army engineers are ou
traged in clearing away the ruins.
The relief committee estimates that
tbere are 8000 roofless houses. It has
been decided to build 3000 huts, to con
tain 10 persons each. It will be years
before tbe place Is rebuilt, as the gov
ernment proposes to prohibit tbe con
struction of any but antt-selsmlo
bouses.
Zante was shaken by a severe earth
quake at midnight, tbe 10th. Blight
disturbances were felt almost hourly
until noon, when another violent
shock caused a repetition of tbe recent
patil&C'The historic bouses of tbe
poets, Fosoolo and Salomos, were tum
bled to ruins. The harbor was broken
luto a violent emotion and enor
mous waves broke oyer the water
front. The British warship Inflexible,
of tbe Mediterranean squadron, ar
rived with food and tents,
A Duchess in Trouble.
London, April 20. The story given
out that tbe Dowager Duchess of Sutb
erland.wbo was sentenced to six weeks'
lmntlsonment in the Holloway Jail for
contempt of court, was driven to prison
and lookea up, is universally pnniea
and believed to have transpired. To
day, however, tbe report Is shown to be
erroneous. After tbe imposition of tbe
sentence, the dowager obtained from
Justice Jueno an order permitting her
to go to a village near Windsor, wun
tbe understanding that she would sur
render herself to tbe authorities today,
It is now announced that the dowager
duchess was taken suddenly 111 at 4
o'clock in tbe morning. Later the doc
tors sent a certificate to the authorities
to tbe effect that the ducbers was too
ill to surrender to undergo tbe sentence
of imprisonment imposed by Justice
Juene. A section of tbe press is trying
to establish the argument tnat in sen
tftndnirthe dowaaer duchess, Justice
Juene exceeded his author!ty,aud these
narjers Dolnt out In support Of their
contention that a peeress Is exemp tfrom
arrest In a civil case.
Home Sale.
London, April 20. The debate on
tbe second reading of tbe home-rule
bill will be concluded Friday. Tbe
morning of that day Gladstone will de
liver a speech, followed by Balfour, tbe
conservative leader. Balfour will be
tbe last speaker before taking a vote.
Fled to America.
Berlin, April 20. A decided sensa
tion is caused here by tbe flight to
America of Deputy Captain Baron Op
pen, His creditors have seized his
houses and Roods. Fraulelu Lehmtnn,
who lives in Potsdam, elalms tbe
nrnnartv. Onnen's wife has entered a
Westphalia Institute as a Stater of
Mercy. Tbe Baroness Wlttlch, her
mother-in-law, will adopt the five
children of tbe couple.
A OMtii of Mmarck.
Berlin, April 30. -Count Bismarck
Scblersteln, bead of tbe noble aad an
cient bouse of Blsmarck-Schoenbausen,
to which Prises Bismarck belongs,
died at Bobtesteia, lu Hesse-Nassau,
tba seat of the family, Deeeased was
bera la 1800, aad was a cousin of Prince
Waaaarek.
Oavdattr, Mm Oarmsa, 111.
Toronto, Ontario, April W.Oaud-
ar, lb settUer, ! serleaely HI, aad aM
Baking
Powder
his matches at the world's fair and with
the Australian champion may have to
be declared off. He was laid up with a
cold about a month ago, which seems
to have developed Into something more
serious. It is believed that he cannot
recover in time to get into condition for
his race with Hanlan for the champion
ship of America.
Disraeli's Death.
LoNDON.April 20. Today is tbe 12th
anniversary of tho death of Disraeli.
Tbe Primrose League observed tbe day
In a customary maimer. Tbe members
in Loudon and tho provinces wore
bunches of primroses. TheBeacous
fleld statue In this city was wreathed
In the late earl's favorite flower.
Famous Bllliardlst.
Paris, April 20. A. P. Rudolpbe,
the famous bllliardlst, is dead, aged 58.
He has traveled all over the world giv
ing exhibitions as a fanoy player. He
was once champion of Amorica, hav
ing wou the diamond oue from John
Deery. His real name was Peyraud.
Ohessmaster.
Berlin, April 20. Jean Dufresne,
the celebrated ohessmaster and author.
Is dead, aged 04.
Crushed to Death.
Astoria, Or., April 20. A special to
tbe Astorlan from Fort Canby, Wash.,
says Audrew Farland was crush to
death this evening while helping to un
load a heavy ordnance from a barge atv
tbe government dock. A carriage for a
fifteen-inob gun was being rolled up.tbe
slip when the hook In the block parted,
allowing tbe heavy mass to topple over
onto Farland. He leaves a wife and
children.
No Park 'Bonds.
Portland, Or., April 20. The may
or has vetoed the ordinance passed by
tbe city council providing tbe issue of
(250,000 bonds for tbe purchase of a
city park. Tbe ordinance compelling
the saloons to close at 1 a. in., was re
pealed and tbe saloons may now re
main open all night.
Tbe Oregon Pacific has begun a sal
vage suit for 110,000 against tbe steam
schooner Alice Blanchard.
Family Cremated.
Camuridoe, Minn., April 20. The
bouse of Dan Erloksen, of Bradford,
was burned with all the household
effects, and the man, bis wife and two
children were cremated alive. Two of
his neighbors bad spent the day with
Erloksen and the three drank liberally
of liquor, It is supposed that In 'at
tempting to light bis pipe, while In a
drunken condition, he dropped some
fire and was uuablo to quench It or
save himself. Tbe remainder of the
family were sleeplug upstairs.
Challenge Accepted.
Kansab City, Mo., April 20. Col.
Thomas II. Monstery, the veteran
fencing master of Chicago, has accepted
the sweeping challenge of Captain
Pbelan, of tbls city, to meet any broadswords-man
iu tbe world In a flgbt to
a finish, with no protection except a
helmet, for $600 a side. All that re
mains to complete tbe arrangements
for the contest is for some athletic elub
to offer a purse.
Spring Wool Clip.
San Antonio, Texas, April 20. The
spring wool clip In beginning to arrive
in this market. Tbe work of shearing
11,000 head of sheep on the ranch of J.
K. Burr began yesterday. The wool
will be better than for years, being
long, clean and bright., Mr. Burr
thinks better prices will be received) fe
tbls spring's clip by about 8 eente 'par
pound than the clip a year ago. He
also thinks that tbe price for goodaaat
toa will go higher, as tbe greater aaw
berof Western-ftsd rauttou bavebeea
marketed.
Horse Thieves.
Davkni'ORT, Wash., April '!. Wil
liam Gibbons and George TraashuM,
two of a gang of horse thieves wha
have been operating In the Cash
Creek eountry, were captured at Otta
ger's rasas by Marshal O'FamM.
They waf amstsd to bed,
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