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Long Experience in tbe trade enables me to turn out first-class work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to give estimates. State Iusurance block, Cbemeketa street. Ed. CHURCHILL BURROUGHS F. T. HART, JjBKk, Choice Meats. mwgBSm 247 COMMERCIAL STREET. Lamproux's Stables, At the Commercial street' bridge near Willamette Hotel. New stock and ve hicles beiug added constantly. Only the best service rendered. No shabby rigs nor poor bonus. H. L. LAMOUREUX, Proprietor. West Printing First-class Work. 203 Commercial St., Deutscher Advocat. POSTOFFICE BLOCK, - - SALEH.QR. Admitted to practice In all tbe court. Special attention given to German peak 's' people and buslnew at tbe oountv and lug peo lata office. K. HOKKlt, Notary 1'ubllc BAGGAGE SALE. The undersigned will Mil at the Brgint Lodctni; House in Open House block. July IV 16M. Anr one bavlnr barege there U re qurmUd to get same before sale. o-ty-oir wit. oanur.fti NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. VrOTICKia HKBEBV OIVBN.TUATTHK JIM partnership heretofore cxUifog betwten C.W.llawttsaodH.U.Levar UtbU d7 djs orvea ty mutual ectOM-nt tr. u. uesT rcur ltK f-ora tbe firm, a W. lUwki will collect alfbllU due and psr cat standls Account j4b1 the firm. alw-161 wm. C. Cross, Wholesale ami Retail Dealer in Fresh, Salt and Smoked meats of allHimis QH Court and 110 State Streets. Spraying (Mils, 103 State Street. LEADING MERCHANT TAILOR. Go.,' Book and Job Printer.- Reasonable' Prices. Bale in, Oregon. SiX MINUTE' CARS I -TO The Races. Can will leave tbe poetofflee oa CAPITAL CITY RAILWAY Kvemli mlnntejrunninf throuib direct to tbsWrOroundilLu hour, thai Unpeople wUt t attracted to ins rMM. I o i a FOREIGN DISPATCHES. Home Rule Marching On Bearing Sea Camperdown'a Injuries. London, July 7. Tho house of com mons was crowded with persons eager to sec clause 5 of the home rule bill forced through tho committee. Only occasional abolitionists ode red resent ment or bitterness to disturb the pro ceedings. Balfpur, leader of the union ists, was in the middle of a sentence when the dock struck 10. He did not wait to finish it but resumed his seat amid deafening cheers from the oppo sition and cries of "shame," and "gog." The uuionist amendment was lost and and clause 5, which pertains to Irish executive authority, was then passed by a vote of 324 to 289. Clause 6, which provides for an Irish parliament with a legislative council of forty-eigh mem bers, passed without debate. Tbe smallness ot the majority and the preparations of tho government to proceed caused intense excitement. Conservatives bowled and tbe Irish party howled baok, while tbe Liberals cheered with might and main. Event ually from sheer exhaustion tbe Union ists gave the chairman an opportunity to put tbe question of clause 7, wblcb provides for constituting the Irish leg islative assembly.. It was carried. Clause 8, which contemp ates cases of disagreement betweon the two houses of the Irish legislature was carried. A page and a half of the bill was pushed through the committee this ev ening, almost as much as was disposed of in all the previous sittings. Pakis. July 7. E. J. Phelps, of counsel for tbe United States, In con tluuatlon of his closing address before the Behringsea tribunal of arbitration today, reviewed the evidence submitted to tho tribunal to show tho eileots of pelagic sealing upon tbe herds. Phelps claimed that tbe evidence showed tbe catch of the pelagic hunters consisted entirely of female seals. Those caught In tho Pacific ocean, he said, were mostly pregnant, while those caught In tho Bebring sea were chiefly nursing mothers, which were out at sea seeking food. The pups of those mothers died on tbe Islauds from starvation. Valkta, Malta, July 7. The British buttlo-ship Camperdown, which ran Into and sunk tbe Victoria, was placed on the dock here to repair. As she came oil tbe water it -vas seen that her stem had been broken oft just under tbe torpedo tube about nine foet down, her ram bent over toward tbe port side, and six plated, three on eaoh side dam aged. Sentence of Death. San Francisco. July 7. In tbe United States district court Judge Mo Keuna passed sentenco of death on Henry St. Clair, the seaman who mur dered Secoud Mute Fitzgerald or the bark Hesper, near Tablata last winter. Friday, October 0 was set as tbe date of execution. ALL THE I0MF0ITS m NOME includes the great temperance drink iHires'K Lit gives New Life to the Old Folks, y k Pleasure to the Parents, L Health to tbe Children. .GWhJ tor JJ1-m4 All lk T.j . A J e pct mtlkm TiJ A XT. m J II! Sweep a Palli a Thousand Yards Wide. TOW OF 800 POPULATION Swept free tho Face of the Earth in Iowa. WOMAN IN CONFINEMENT BLOWN AWAY. Thirly-Sevon Persons Killed In Ono Town. Groat Distress Amongst tho Feoplo of tho Storm Swept Region. Dreadful Calamity. Fonda, la., July 7. One of tho most dreadful calamities In the history of tho state visited this tectlon last evening. Owing to tho demoralized condition of telegraph (wlres it is impossible as yet to get all details. As fur as can be learned a cyclone started southwest of here about 7 o'clock last evening. It swept almost due east, leveling every thing In Us path for a width of a thou sand yards,kllllug and maiming Inhab itants In towns of tho thickly populat ed farming districts. Tho loss of life is known to be very great, although aotual details are far from full and loss of property Is beyond estimation. As far as beard from the calamity took its most frightful form at tho village of Pomeroy.town of about 000 population. Reports are received to the eflect that tho entire town except thirty houses is sweot from the face of the earth. A hundred people are killed, and two hundred injured, many of whom will die. The following are known to be dead: John Detwiler, Mrs. Amos H. Gartes, and child, the entire family of Sam Hearson, D. E. Miller and two members of bis family, Ed. Sargent aud entire family. Two women were killed and several injured six miles south of Cherokee, ten killed and sev eral Injured six miles south of Aurelia, one killed and several injured near Storm Lake. The names of those In jured noar Cherokee are Mrs. Lester and Mrs. Monynetix. Mrs. Mersham south of this place was In throes of con finement at the tlmo and was blown away. It Is reported four of the Bur gess family near Aurolla are killed. To show velocity of wind, an Iron cyl inder In a threshing machine was blown out and carried twenty rods. Special Train. Des Moines, la., July 7. Uovernor Boles recoived tbe following from Vice President Harraban, of the Illinois Central railroad this morning, and will leave for Pomeroy, at noon, with neces sary supplies: "The town of Pomeroy was visited by a severe cyclono last night, between 7 and 8 o'clock. Tbe number dead at this time i 87. It Is Impossible yet to determine how many are baoly Injured. Two-thirds of the town Is swept away. There Is great distress amongst tho people. Another Cyclone. Cedau IUWD3, la., July 7. A vlo leut storm passed over Wright county last night. In Norway township a number of buildings were demolished. An old mtn uamed Loblon and a girl named Schmidt were killed. A num ber are seriously hurt. Two Cyclones at Foaaeroy. Foiit Doikib, la., July 7. Two oy clonea struck Pomeroy last evening, destroying residence portion aud part of business houses. Thirty-two. dead are taken out of the ruins. Fully 70 are injured. Wires are down uud par ticulars bard to get. Worse and Worse. BiooxCitv, July 7. Asp-clal train bearing doctors and helpers, left here this morning, for Pomeroy. A passen ger In from there this morning, says 70 were killed, and nearly every houso In town la destroyed. Fart of th Killed Dka Moines, July 7. Following ! a partial list of klllod at Pomoroyi Mrs. Mario Adamn, Mn. O. 11. Oeorgfl, W. Arnold and wifo, Mn. Mlko Quin tan and baby, J. P. Ludgrea MIm Olllo Lundgron, Dr. While, HIImIIus1. ton, Mn. Tllllo Johnston, Lna Klefor, Olllo Frost, Mrs. Gus OahlreB, Hul lctt and wife, Netting and wife, Bon and Ezra Davie, Mrs. D. L. O'Brien and baby, J. M. O'Brien, Dlllmutb, a boy named Mudge, B. T. llarlowlo, A. Foucbe. Victims Mangled. CHEitOKKK, la., July 7. Later re ports of loss of life by yesterday's cy clone more than confirm first report. Loss of llfo Is- appalling. Horrors of tho situation are lnreaued by terrible mutilation of victims. 'Tho body of a young lady was found but tho head abd oue lower limb uro missing. Force of wind was terrific Big rocks wore torn from the ground and burled long distances. Pipe of a deep drive well which projected abovo tho ground only four feet was drawn completely out. This could hardly be accomplished by human means. Tbe latest advices from Pomeroy Bay forty bodies are recovered so far, and the work not yet completed. Many of tho injured are horribly mangled. An appeal Is received hero for nurses and food. A rellof train is to leave for that point, carrying a number of prominent ladles, who have volunteered assistance. A supply of provisions is also Bent. An Unhappy Valley. Lemaus, la., July 7. Advices from the storm stricken district east of here confirm the reports already sent to the Associated Press report from Fonda and elsewhere At Poraroy tho bodies recovered up to 7 o'clock numbered 85, and over 100 aro known to be Injured. Coffins and help nave been ordered from Cherokee and towns west. The storm started In tho south part of Cherokee county and crossed the Ona wa branch of tho Illinois 'Central at Qulmby, where several wero injured aud two or three killed. From Qulm by it passed through tho country region until it struck the main line, at Pome roy. Crops and farmhouses aro swept away along Its course. Tho Sioux vol lay has been unfortunate, being swept nearly every year by flood, cyclono or hailstorm. Last night's cyclone was the worst of tho lot. WAR FEELING IN SAMOA. Native Chiefs Preparing Battle. for King Maliotoa Feels Confident of His Ability to Crush Out tho Eebelllon Tho Country Is Bankrupt. Ban Fbanoisoo, July 7-The follow ing was received from Apia, Samoa, under date of Juno 20: The war dogs have not yot been loos ened, though they are howling and dragging at tbeir chains. King Malle foa has informed the consuls of the three powers that he is nonfldont of be log able to effectually subdue the rebell ion without much fighting, and a great council of war will be held by bis party on June 24 to decjdo upon an immediate course of action. It Is, therefore, as certain as anything can bo In connec tion with Bamoan warfare that some thing definite aud decisive may be ex pected within a few days. This was said a month ago and turned out to be a false prophesy, but it seems utterly impossible now that actual war can be louger postponed. In the meautlme it is freely slated that the rebel party has not been inactive, but bu taken advantage of tbe circumstances which Induced tho king's procrastination to strengthen and improve Its poiltlon. It Is com monly rumored today that Hatasfa has advauced in tbe direction of Mullneau, the king's headquarters, as far as Blan see, thus covering about half the dis tance between his former camp at Malls and the seat of government. ItUfurth- 1 er stated tlut ho U engaged in stroogly Highest of all In Leavening Powrr. luteal U, S Crov't Report Rc&l s&ssm ABSOLUTELY PURE fortifying tbe position ho lion now taken up, and that ho will there coiildonlly await tho king's attack. The connuls aro inclined to discredit tbeso rumors7 They aro confident that, owing to tho arrangements thoy have made, inform ation of any such movements on the part of tho rebol farces would have beeu speedly communicated tothvin, where as they have received tin Intimation to that effect. There Is-stlll, however, a possibility that tbo rumors are not wholly unfounded. Tho nattves In tho district whore it is expected tho trouble will bo have boon actively eugaqed of lato in removing their goods to places of safety. Baron Von Pllsaoh has departed from Samoa, his resignation having been ac cepted by the powers and tbe king. He handed over the duties of his otllce to the consular board on Juno 3, and on the following Thursday left by tho Monowal for Qormauy by way of Now Zealand and Australia. On looking over tbe treosury,tho consuls found the finances of tbo country In a deplorable conditien: in fact, it was painfully up parent that drastic measures would bo necessary to save Samoa from hopeless bankruptcy. They havo been since vigorously at work, aud tho result of their labors will bo sot before tho king In a letter ho will receive from them two or three days hence. WEDDING OF ROYALTY. Prince George and Princess Mary of Teck United. A MOST BRILLIANT CEREMONIAL. Tuo English Royal Family and Many Notables Present. London, July 7. Tho occasion was made one of national rejoicing and a partial British holiday. Great crowds of people gathered many deep alonn the lino of the route from Buckingham pal ace, upon Constitution hill, through Piccadilly, St. James street and Marl borough gate to tho garden entrance to Bt. James' palace, situated at tbo north sido of tho Mall, Tbo decorations along tho line of tho royal procession wero profuse and beautiful. The road way was kept open by household troops In glittering uniforms, by detachments drawn from tho military depots, by tbe metropolitan volunteers and militia, by tho Middlesex yeomanry and by police. Tho scene was full of life and move, mont, and tho ceremony eclipsed in pomp and splendor any recent stuto ceremonial In connection with tho British court. Tho royal party left Buckingham palace In four pro cessions, tbo first conveying mem bers of tho household and dis tinguished guests, tho next procession Including the Duko of York and sup ports, the Prince of Wales and the Duko of Edinburgh, whllo tbe bride camo in tbo third procession accom panied by her father, tho Duke of Teck, and her brother, Prluco Adolphus of Took. The last procession was that of the queen, who was accompanied by the Duohess of Teok, her younger sons and tho Grand Duko of Hesse. Thoy drovo lu state to tho ceremonial. Each procession was accompanied by a Life Guard escort, and in addition to this tbe queen bad an escort of Indian na tive and Australian Horse. Her maj esty rode in the handsome glass coach used at tho openlug of parliament and ou other special occasion. The body of the carriage, which la of Irish niuuu facture, having been built in Dublin, Is painted n dark red color, and Us gilt panels'are adorned with tho royal arms The roof is surmouuted by a crown and bordered with a wreath of gilt roses, tulstlM and shamrooks, The cheering as the royal carriage drove forward was Immense, and tbe uembers of the royal family and guests oa alighting at St. Jamtu' palace waiaeu to tuo biuiu Biwnuiuuia w subsequently down tbe grand stair cases and under tbe court colonnade to the seats reserved for themlu.tUe chapel, Her majwty alighted tu the Baking ambassador's court, under a specially erected canopy over the glass doors of the passuge leading to tho boll. Then rsbo walked to the hnutpas at tbe north end of tho edifice. Tbo hntl wax beau tlfully adorned in palms antl flowers from the royal conservatory and car peted with crimson. Upon the same platform s?ubi wero pr vldud for the Piiiieeiuid Princess of Wales iititl the bride and bridegroom and other mem bers. The dlplomutla body, including the members of the United States em bassy and tbo othor invited guest?, oc cupied special Beats in tho body of tbe chnpol aud in tbo royal aud east galler ies. Drawing room dresses were worn by tbo ladles. Tho gentlemen ap peared in full lovep drees. THE MAUniAOE CEUEMONY. Tho marriage ceremony opened with a procession of clergy into the chapel. This consisted of tho archbishop of Canterbury, bishop of Lsudon, the dean of the chapel royal, tho subdeap, tho bishop of lloohester, the Hon, and Rev. E. Carr Glynn, vicar of Kensing ton; Canon Fervrl, domestic chaplain to the Prlnco of Wales, and Canon Dal ton, honorable chaplain to tho Duke of York. Hnndel's march from "The Oc casional Overture" waa played by the organist as tbe procession came forwr.ru, while tho archbishop and olergy were taking their places. Tho muslo of the march In "Scloplo" came from the organ, and immediately tbe front of the second procession, including the royal family and royal guards, came in sight, and tbe members of it were con ducted to their seats as they entered. Tho archbishop of Canterbury, assisted by othor clorgy, performed the cere mony, tbo bride being given away by ber father. The magnificent gilt sacra mental plate, the central alms dish of whloh is said to havo been manufactured in tho reign of Charles II and valued at 150,000, was displayed on tbe alter, which was deooratod with tbe choicest flowers. Tho dejeuner waa served at Buckingham palace, the queen proposing tbe toast ot tbe ''Bride and' Bridegroom," and Lord Stewart the toast or "Tho Queen." After re ceiving congratulations, tbe Duke and Duchess of York left Buckingham pal aoo, driving through tho Mall to the city, and thence proceeded by tbe Great Eastern railway from Liverpool street to baudrlngbitm. The lord mayor and shorlfl met the newly wedded pair at St. Paul's cathedral, and tbelr progress through the lavishly decorated and crowded streets was a triumphant one. Steamer Libeled. Pobtxanu, July 7. United States District Attorney Murphy filed a libel In tbe United States district court issued a warrant of arrest which was served last evening. There are five counts in tho Indictment. Two re fer to smuggling Chinese, two to smug- ff" gllng opium and tho other to forging certificates. Outof 141 Chinese passen gers brought hero this trip from Vic toria, seventy have beon examined and thirty rejected,. Vice President SteveasoH. Chicago. July 7. Vlce-Pmldent Stevenson and a party of personal friends will leave Chicago Monday night for the Pacific Coast and Puget sound country, They will visit Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Sa lem, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, and other points of Interest, aud return via the Great Nothern railroad. In an In terview he expressed himself thus In re gard to the Shermun sl'ver law: "I will say that lam in favor of Its Im mediate repeal, but the substitute haa not beeu agreed upon. Regarding tbe so o lied tlnaucUl flurry, it Is of no great Importance, as I believe nlns teutlH of the reported business and manufacturers failures were werk oou cern. 1 look for great results frow tbe a mlug session of oougrcw, and I be lieve some good and wuol&joulaws will be enacted." Buyiag SUrer. Washington, July 7, Tbe treasury resumed purchases' of silver bullte to day, buylug a hundred tbowwwid i 'at 72 cents.