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   Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - March 7, 1883, Portland, Oregon                               I'OUTLAN i MAEf'll 7, -__ THE EAST. Iti.lx-.y WASIIIKUTON. FdKKHi'X NKWS. THK PACIFIC SlCJI'E. THE STAK icom: TRIAL, '-.i. tn, lanie-t Arthur for __ Blvcr and Harbor Bill. s fer ii Stcaiaer Between France and Americiu of C'osntrj arc 1 for failnrfi of ERS PACIFIC 1 PACIFIC I A.St, P. c. s. a o. I Vork, Chicago iud ..JMM.HM pShc Iwttb O. JL 4 X C AnUaellJaf of the Pa- monthly D D-ORKn.LE Junction P. I ttVPadflc like oily ragulatly It California] It. IMS, timln. wtH r I.T, KXXOCPT imr or a bouae, with a Haa thi wmUi aide, M on the rldga of I1 America, at; (be Tnta flowing of ammolantTolnm- to Usf Daly tn- r, Bad expressed Ot bis often i. of ______ i, with whom at'OB UM aahjeot. I have O. RkWtell to nil prlod t, o California STEAK NATll Steamer f i mod Mew York. _____t Oweral Onutt vWt w-ababj, he does A In view. relation! be- sjanchBi hen Le ti reciprocity _ Ba promtaed t tarUaahlpraUvay _______ r will decide it ut y my de- I loT t. ck Hop ibar In _______1 will my prcrvoM to B theAmeri. ___I other deoaand of tbe t Wart atmnlsea that only a conjectftra. attbi uaimnt of Inter, i udtv aad ibat a and lettan of iBlry. find a fllttteHi. _JB t oTtSe Jown kere buil ._, i Ij el   tlif Hist r-itituiili. d lift' 1 In- 1 uilt'tl Tlie i intn-iit Hill It-iit'cin Internal Krvt'itiio Stii lips fur llauk I'lit't-k i. to Death. (I ol.l fjirmer. Uirr'st'-fi'-il t" nLoot bliii, a prarllt'iil JuJit- PSBSUIC. uud a rau A ..r TTRH l..-hl yct-lerday to nrv ibai Oi-ti'. PiK-ler. rblef military i'tllccr of he Creek uatn.ii. rwi-utl.v VUII.K Ib. in fn-ni Hfcak, r ifr-r sal.ii-dny in t-> 11n> ndiuiBBiLiii iiK-iuSfir.' fni.uii.s urn] tl the party, and MOW them !n cutillnc-ijcut. ThlMwlll probably break the backbouu ol Ilia [runaly violated bv uae of flot'Hioita tinunit. "our iu coll union wJlh appoulator-i titmuliiiK m'" llf bailee, and tlif luault- tifiired from twenty lo thirty UPC lions. A bill will robatily be lutrodm-t-d the mien void. A Kyndlcnle'a Pan-clime. PKOKIA, March A syndicate wf rapital-sta had purchaHed a tract of of land In county, opixwtlte the cltv, for tbe purpose if cdtabl lulling at (.ok yards, ami railed terminal radlllles. It will be knowi aa East A heavy vein of coal uuderllea tbe entire YORK. March The cmiuly amireme -ourt haa decldt-d that tbe ol ars, to deposit their fare Iu bo 1. a reasonable one. and iilsiu limed iho daai-tge atut brought by a mrjulwr of tlie, ant! -bob-tall ar SBHociatloo, ejected for refuaioKto comply with he reKulstlon. lite Fire but Uanpheiioua Iu concern lup tbe II wan aluo laid tltuttlio refUMHl to rectiKuizc Lurrown fir the parpow of moving a cU'arlnx the an fallow 1'ie correB-pomUiulft to with tbe nsoal work. Iu reply ID wblcb deuU'H tlie prcflaultT to him, and aaya the !ou ladles to tlie reporl-crs' gallery wan by vol. ul tbr- IIOUM. He rather they tbouifbt thamat-lvM too to uteoriatb with tbe wives uf conn me a. H" that occupiwl kallery IIOUTI but fa over that corre-upoudcoti were .00 good and luily f waate of prutinrty by flro ilila year would to tho own nJiu HJUUH. worn- 'Ut an Mh heap of over for Hie twelve Will Do tbc Uuttod ej fur by pni of thn entire ftjteakt-r Kelftr to misultr Ibis uf i.o luumeut from f.urd krcrplliie March C ilfllUn, of tbe 1'intt.a bruits, tout in b aflcmoou. TbD treaBuri xalnry IH flUKill. ,ord OlerUlgj late iu amntuer ilio tima of he vl'It. A. KvwMrd to the Itte first reaching IblB city, Riving with Chicago and the Kite trie LlchC. SEW YOEK, March The Western (rauh hu decided to the main buildint, Intadway and Dey wttb Edition's electric igM. Tbn office of tbe AKaocUted Pren will be Ighted by the BBUHI moans. Mayors or XtabllM pay two or tbrep timt-n up much. For eoiue time past Oltfillan haa l.ilt tbat .la com pf-nsm lien mud hn hae ntigotlathig for ontaide. wlutet he Florida iu tbe IntCTeet nf a Und i-oiupauy tbat be Is stock: bolder In. and It Is niitli be reilgtis to devote hltuWfU tn tbe affairs of that finupauv. He entered tbe an a clerk years bin being one of first mado B i hnalth IH Road, and tbe sgo. Mr. UiHiJIon in one ot the ablest lueu in the public Bervifo. in oiort aud atgarity, anJ lens IBJJ nlmut him than ahi.iit almoHt any -other tnaii in tbt treasury. There Mre no lack of men who wi J bo willing Iu tni.'xc-ed Lim, but the prualdent will b" ei'rmmly t'urtuiiate If bo IH able to till 1 place rrllh a ulio IK OJIuLUu. even only by a sliort liiler-vul. Tbe ilauj-i-r tlio nlnco wilt go to a man a distance troiu tlio yreHi'Ut lajntubeiit In poJut ability. There- IK reMOti to bcl evr ibat iDfttriu-f'rt the president of lilfl int iritioiiH tium-e time but prevaUi-d >ou to w thhold his rt-rilg- ue national ball lean a c, A. a. Uf He, president 3f the league. In the chair, tbe romuiitte..- appointed to confer, In tbe report of tbe association, deeded to accept tbe agreement proponed by tbe aague, and president wan authcrtzfd to he agreement. Owing to Me-Kiuuon. C. W. Jonei, Phil Itarkur and J. J. were removed. Vial ting cluba will not be allowed o play April and October inatcbea with cluba wit boat tbe conoeut of the local club. Olubti n tbe Iu lure will not bo allowed to play practice cuniaieuceiiii-nt nf the tbamplQii League wilt permitted tu play uan-ltagne cluba upon inch terms MM maj agreed on. Tbe rule in relation to tbe umpire forfeiting the gaoie OD account of ttaree font buikji tut. Ill future- the bafomao Dacutnea a rnuoer instantly aftwr two foul balks are declared. Two foal balka eutltla the to one tmae. In tbennmni4rjr of thu game there abould be credited to the pitcher the number of times the bat a ma it falls to hit on a third utrito. Durrmau aud Donchor were expelled fruto tbb league. CHICAOO, March 0. The first of a strieaof preliminary gamee to dtteriLiiue tbe ad ml Baton or rcjtv-UOD of oertnln caudldateu. fur partlclpttum In tbe championship balk line billiard tournament to be held here tne Wth Inat. began to-ultfbl. The game was balb line. 600 point a. Tboe. Wnllscc, of Chicago, twat J. GaUaKher. of St. Louis, (be acorn atautllDg to 311 in 65 la Dings. The highest Wallace, 41; Gallagher, 47. Amolher Match. ST. Uarcb G. Bogardui and Dr. Carver, crack have arranged to ah uot a third match in this city OB Friday next. The match will under Illlnola atate rulwi, except thedlatance, which will be 21 at birds. Git double, for t350 a aids. Carver never aliot double btrda, but thlnka will cot be far behind at the flotah. Btlllurd CHICAGO, March 6 aecoiid RUHO in tbe J. M. BruDBWlck Jt Balke prtlluiloary billiard tournament WM played tola aftcrutxiu, between LAU Morrlu of ClilcBRO and Randolph Helwer. of New York. Morris won In tnulnga. Sc-Jre Morrln. ftOO; ViH. Winner Bent MorriB, 52, 44, 44; 3S, uut cam to a B VHCHteil vrheu all Bill rcpn-Bf weru uroutid. Juliua Cn-uir BurruwH. ol a iiu-iuuer of the Ulr bu nut A lueirjlJtr of the ni'xt one, been imkiiiR m ,-Hb-j-U'ua allnxiouti to the reaaon wby uuHhuiilcl to Miclii-psit prujeut. wbicli tin with till-WASHINGTON, I'atMlli wen- to-day ifinnt-d to following wautetl at ipi> Kd-ward M. Uucklry A. of automatic car brake; JleibKrt Buftiui.uf Hau Fran-olHco. automatic governtr and M. It. of Han FrAnrUco, au4 rnvk crieln-r: Jubu F. You-ier, of Ban FrancUco. cluwi- Peter Trlcbelte. Hueridao, rallbiMidlut macbl ie; Jobu tillipt. of Virginia City, Nev.. lairtii'n; Jjonh Orutiuiyi-T, ol FrhDciaco. window snub and frame; Win. A. of n'boatlaud. Cal.. waabtDU machine; Samuel of Hamrllon, Nev.. Ueorgv nf Storltton. gang plow Wnabtugton J. Millar, of inroad-cutter and tbimlile; David Ruler, t. ftllroj Mala bury, of Uollluter. grain tbreaier aid cleaner; J. O- Itfl-llua, nf Cblcd, J. T. UnkB, of Hani a Clara. kiti-hi'D cubJmit- Jay HuiFwll, of Franc IMCO, hy-dmullc uifnlun machine. Heiirj T- Lynck, of baling f. Weatphal, uf Han Franr i urn, caatiiict; Wr glit. of IthonevUlf. hand lifom. of the Slew OH Unnka, WAHBINIJTON, March C TAXM on dejiuelta of all banJta and baukrra, except nurh taxes KH are now due payable, eeawd M-icli 'W Knox fluj-fl paasBgeof tbe art relieve' nallon-al ittatfi bail kit wivato from tax, OD an average, of 1 per montb. Tbb BTDonnl thuv cullected frniu ffitiocal baoks tipoii capital and lavt flnral jear was of which (oly WBB in capital. Inx AU HUT A CHICAGO. In accordance with The, tax Ci'lltxte.9 u and schools gavflauauuual rect-plioD Iwu cvoiihiK amount annually i'jllei-1- Inaiat on giving a supper every year, ami tbougtt their them not lo such (-ipeiifle, they einplsy a caterer, wtlh a forpB of and bavw an elaborate mipjuT aorpcd. Their aim la to havo the iffulr about Cbhtoao new year, but ihi> it waa frum week lo wi ck fur aevpral There about lulled and geiitlemeu jirfWat last veiling, BUI! tlie wuci very pleasant. The first part of the evt-uluK waa occupied musical literary Supper was thfirj served, tbe re.pant rU-borate. After supper trwrc a Keiai-rul MUHIC WBB farnlBbfd by it Obiueae imjui. tbe wlrd uiolody beiuK luitb iiuvi-l to 1 lions pTtacut, Tbb by Chlnetie C iMtmr." Sr I.OCIB Usrcli About HXI ornHiiM-tital paint-era, eiuploj-rd at tbc Pullman strm-k uiortilug. It appears tbnt a ClHLn-na youth Drought to Hi in (ixintiy uli yexrv nyo by 11 M. John-sou, of thin city, then consul at II autl fully i'xplAlnud to tbc u-eu, but llior TuuruIiiK rjult work. Tim BUJH rlult-niltiit uf workB the matter LHM uow the Isl of July uen. WASHINGTON, Blarch lafgfly attended Indlfi-l.td.-fentlbr [iitrpora England. An n-sfliition pn.lrMtH rtt tb.- <'f Hlii-HSun to Ilie IlrJUHb autLnrUles. g Dr. Max H- nnx. of Hi rlin, who LJW b'.rt n by ol PruMsJs to inn-Kti-Kntc mn! rcpnrt upni) tb- aurlcu tural ai.d IrMiMjn i-tMlion lutt-wntB and niftiioda of thf 1'cltfil Htnti-.-. nrrivd hi t-Jtv and to-ds.V at IHe ul tlie i bh-l of tbe lur'-mi ni ftBtlr-tii-H work vlnll' of the Titllrd Sta and Ji.nt-- tl... U.-O.UHJII- Opium Maaoklns. A new opium i-oucnrn linsbt'en un tiUth BV.-IIIIP. and pBtrouiKwl bjr mniiy other Cliluauitii. A Kan 1'ri.iu InU-ly 1-iKT is in-w lo ihti ni-.-t-nnllj- i.f iv-ok opiutu fur ulh'-is t" mill held tu tin- church "f f-i-ii-linny, TUev were lyCt-lnni-l Ulckbatu Hr.ltiuan. tr.iuiMlor lu P mid Mr. ItubinMUi. T S ronuHl Jit Mn< apNttCBr. While 411 fbia city tii'-y will tlio juoVrow! Tlx-tr is 1-. 'ini-nt 1 1n- TchiiU'iis frit -i-dshlii 1 uiiiity the, 1'nitril SUI'ru Fill Wisuis Mjiivh TMr. i .-riiir- -n.   b.- -urBt.-lv i t full i( Vill l..und iit--r.- FI.OUU I.V TilK 1IK1.VNX. Ark Hcr.l! 1. la l-rrllic. 'flit- utry Ol 1 Town la b.-HeV4l be Inuu 1 t'.lu-r iff rir.' b-niK fl. but U nut st lively wbo wrotu that. My jntlguimit Is It Waa written by B. W. Iloreey or tteredell; would not like TbVchlco SprlnatB letter from lo Bared ell, djib-d April :i, 1J7M, was alioirii wltneiw, who declared potiitlvelr that Uuraey Id not write tbat letter. Hw kuew tlial Dorsey an Vaahington at tbat time, for be waa In witb him nil that day. Court Interposed aud Baked if knew who wrote the ietter. Be answered "I would not to Witness waa then turned over to defense for atio TVRILE1-. fvti-BlRUBB Mar-b 6, between VVsiUcr. L'liitt.l HtatcB m.'lliHltr, ami IJiP in tu prtmli-oiu warrlioiiarR. arn ap- Butlwf ictory coaciitaloa. 'Wallace Hiat each ImpnrU-r abnll have a vpnclal ouoidc the luwu, and that prvtmut duea fihull be reduced. H HUipport. ll.uiiuu, famllU-n nf nuii are futulB fur air from inyBlcrioua t-ourcei-, Oue B iu Xi iiuilicluiiiily ilcatryjcd. pe ted- have Ifeo err Ruled. Aiuong Wben the matter waa nrat write, to Mr. Kclmlze, lanil Of tbe Northarn PacilH- railroad at Portland, stating that the tubjfct wtniUl receive 'altentlun from blm. It IB c lift tuftl by tbe Immigration MBocilatloii here that the ilimculty ID fludliiK laoda ID Waab- t.-rritory IH cousttqueut lipob ibfc failure jo havi plata allowing in detail tho location of such tracts. Two SAN FnAXCid a. March Farrla, Bailor, wait fuund floating in the bay thin m corning nuiler clrctiuiBtaaceJ. He kDOJwn haT-e drawn yesterday, wUloh he carrliidjln his belt. and lenvlDM lux Und lord, who Idltnllned him at the bauk. nothing oiore wan aecu 6f him until he wan up tbe wjiarf. He baa a contused baa probably rtiJno ]by a UKKMAMY. of Prluc-i- Qortft iKV BA.UCN. Miirch f. PrJncr uf Id IB tlaugeroual wound over the left probably ifdno by a club. W. F. waa alHo fouml drowned.; His landlady Btar -Iflt of each other. Thu court refused tlie offer, n] in K it waa not proper, i the tt-yan looking theOmltband uwuinrandiiirj. Intern oil ca. led at- teutloit to the entry "UcR." and his opinion. After rtce.HB Kerii proceeded asveral pOHtufflce and clerka, to pro' iim-s and ijroductivjrueas of different laaoawerloan object loo .from WihMua, taut court salilitdid not violence Muted to ahow that Brady knew hoar wall wen rtveotieg from route B, aa toe Uw tbat ex- pedition bo jaadtt wilb due regard aadlf an oAlcer made an expedition without aocb regard; luen It WBB a proper tu alter of inquiry, The ooart rataaed u> allow to Hk of tue ctorks If kaew bow many stay- bold ing that it waa net a abject proper to toiicii upoQ In ctoaa examlDBttot., Deffcjiae having objected tbat ev deuce of pro- iluctf did not come dow? to Ireoent court Mplled that If they thought could ebow that Br.dy waa BO far-alguted. that jmdited be witbiu a yean.be ought oarlalolyto bare credit for that declared tbat, a mafterjof fact, tbere i IT roeto went of thejflailwlppl river iterated at a IOM. to the XK He Dveetvcd aB. Juliua .Uarcua. a lirojcer Marcus a specially of wbinky, having gained Hie -ronndcnce of Ibti dealer8, rtald a wholt-eale uiercbant to a reporter: MurciM tu tbcui' in an utr-baud-way, "V6U dou't want to be kuuwia ru thU tmiiseelloii. Sfn-t your wareliuuiie 1 will attend to tbe wliul" baHliiena." A uuuibi-r nruiB did so, after the wbiskj' hud been nuUl Murcua was niiathtg. Two Men Kitted. CINCINNATI. Pt-ter Unit, Henry Tlioinn- and Jaa. Splney, at Siujierset. mnrb winch Ooff, nlifit Tbouiiisnu shot doff, klllluK him oar iji.iiy. B'-BTfis, March C EU cnshi.-r 'if Hi Two .t m KM. FRAW Marah jFai, formerly rtupluyed iu tbc latterly aa i-lwrk for BiHfte Bros., money was among tbfi for Ucru.uld.lti r-ecectlj, leaTing a fliarURU ID bis accounts vt t7HOO, whijca bad been Mjuumercd at tbe gambling Uble. HcCauo, contractor, alaa deonmpcd. aftftr bavitig col- l.-cud fTOHO for of ala, the ac- rouujjf offwhliib are still open. 1VIU Plaiy Partliuiil. Tbe Palmer Dramatic CampBUF flrave to-morrow uioruiiiivlur an ut Tortlaud where Ihey Will play Hartley Uanipl'Rli's pltcea. Tint sinbol Bert aud' Uarroi C route-' Mrs. W. IMoa, of Portland, will arrlne troin the Uliuii, foriii'drly uf Olytaplajls stopping !siu tbla j of Portland, with l'i John aluir and Caaato pimaed Omaha tu day, wmt. Wm, Watnoa, of Watnon ftron. ot Ala 111 fruiu a -ttrt, nt i-WHW ictl Oil autborliy itf Xtcdhmn, the di-tirlrix-y la mftdc bis iKttii-r Hid fither-lu-lkff. be will protiubly not be pi-OBtculf 1. f-r Urutbcr. Misn-. aUrth u F. HUH. m hK'iit ciliK'-n of A'ilkiuMUii, untril-ertnl. drcuui- nUtiJ.1 evifli-uce n cuniot'r'B ,iury tu nrdtr HIM of E. F-'HiH, Itrotbtr. Tltu fmuJly is cue of tue uicwt Widnly cuoiiBchtd In tliuHttittt. John firla, who ulb- vy. BttOI Merch In BD wyituU liy (coHirMlj uti ft-sllval putty Ou... Ucliry Mllluu Autlniny wtrs killed. inurdf-rer ID Uarcb B. of V" -k rubbed of i-outcnu- (UR in K gold watch chain ut uUliuii of ttio log. He i aid tin- utcliol dawn while on Hog. Bisa March nt revolt iirl rn, where tbedtacipliiiu U Trtlivnr aaye: liuuiora Kailruid coinpauy' had A. Tr-unafer. New YOJIK, March The IViJ.an Northtru Pacific coiupltUil a vf some BITUM I ami 'u a Hyndlt-dlu liaabueu At the. nfficu of It WM 1't'Uttd yeafor- that ncgulimtionii iu tlie erudition tlwy linil hiM-'ii for i-ouipaiiy had f.uuirt bint: like at-rcn laud fast uf tlif rnt'r, niilrli it hjtx fur Bnlf ut ttliH'Ht f4 lit r 4i-ri'. IIBVI- not Ldijusisi-un, Mnf.'h Bla4'k, with twen- ty picked io.cn of tbe Shmkeaiieare xUanlH. left tbie -about 11 Ijist nfyDt. for thu valley, for the purpoaa of cautuiliig SI. C Kliiney and bnuil of wbo'art' rt pur ted 09 be located within a few luiltw uf Kichmoud wJlh 2SO bead of nioli'u uursne and Battle. Kluney It the most lawleim im-ii m Kuw Hetiw, and a band of twenty "riiMtleii." A Ku4uiond tpecial Capt. Ulark arrived tbrre tbla evuiiing. aiid irould make an attack during tbe New Mill. A Pyramid City it peel ft I tbat tns Bat 50-stamp mill just erected by tbe Viola ittlningcampany.cani- lotncexl crushing to-day. It la that Ibe mill will produce bullion monthly. The mill (xiiiatTiict' A by Uaiikln. k Co., ot Kan Francisco, which 4 of ill Truck Iwylaw Lomwnr'no. Harcb on tlie Lordi- burg ami Ctlnlon narrow ratjroid was com- received How, ha to draw the line- Tbe court afialn quoted tlic Empoaed br law upon expedition alluwancea goveriircent'i couipctctlt when It em- braced, a atatemeot ot far after (be cipli-JiHon of If tbe. could that there had betb no nbuM of power, and that orders had been wisely made, they should mil be excluded tbe goveroment had gone tliat far. By mutual agreement counnl wmlvad reading of i a number of official and lltrrlck aaJd, "Tbat la tbc KOVI- rum cut's yotr bouor." An It wanted only in boor of the natiiat hour of ad- j.mrui-a, Uettnae 1- exyi-cled tu bcgiu tuelr March The vigorOiu attncfa Senmtur VanWycke of upon tbe depart- ment uf aad tapsclally upon BrttweUir. wblch Cameron to make a spectacle of biniatilf. In aeiale, ban been uencraily by route to mean tbat Van W.TChe U In wi.h the i In the atar route Bepator eayi Lts objflct was to nail atteatlop to .he (act (hat (lejigrtiut-ut of naa cusducted UIB tion with rcukleMB dliirajxrd of In first trial aud iu tbe uuo now gylpK OD, He aaja tbff must have coat the go tern it eat ready. Tim people DEMAKOED TUE FQKUHUKMT j Of the atur but wheo, wJtb alt power of govcrnineut and ube appllaoaea 'tin caatiUKud, the departmciit a favorite of attorueya paid which wai an onlragr, jmbltc -Uafll tw gau to tlie fmud wblch, If allowed lo ooiAlUQa, will make tbe of the. trill equal tq whole amount ptolen.j Tbc aeaator regardatlte pafoic-nt of exorbit- ant toapecaat worthy of revere condemnation, and tkat tbe department of Jaattce Itself la partly coc donation ot star route robberies by neglactlng to prosecute offecden wheu tbi facts were ftrat brought to Hgbt by feamral yeara ago. I THE TL'KP. Marcb. f, Vhe March al Oroy- n to-day. The rajce fur tae gtrand Interua- iual burdlct bnuilicap was won ar B, Benjamin'' hni-m.' Ohlcbeater, Ma ur Ipiiubnry'a Rix- nr Mohican tuicoud, H.-BBIUBU'S, Aged Ufriuit iid. Tbwe were Klarfb i_ prosecution tbe atar route prrratbi to whai, line of delenae will be Tbe annonacebwn. time ago that Doraey and would be put upon the ataud. Doney ban recovefwl hla cleutlf.to warrant this, but the M yet have ofUbeftr purpose. Her- rick kaya: "If Done? and Bnady put upon the atand Ih4 government will a good deal of re- butting testimony. One thing 701; be aure about, aod that la they won't -Jail fcucll to the Tbere wan a good deal of cnrajug imoug them when be was called at but 1VIII "lloom" Three To tJuupapBr aayrtrlfwhavi.lt f lid iinly. i- rn- au- Morton ro tty, Dabuta. aud l.i MutiUna, lviiiR over Jut) li-ttt- Uakutj 'tliilu Oiii.KAKH, Marcli 2-Tear pet iHt, Unknown 2d, Can eu M. 1st, Haul ton id, F'-ytoiila Barrv Time. U4. Mile audit Int. 2d, Itef- eiue Jd. --'HIS. j i, M -lt '4i'tu, wiuner Monday, to bo l waBtwltlidrahrti rr iroliiBB of Soiilbern Nt-wc o, Maivb u.-Ata of th iilmldiitrn to-day A. BBBat-tt, Bii t' 1bn iinrthi-rn 'livlbiijii uf Kuu lifl'-d tbftoUl vaUiutioil of the UMiffN WNH Kiuumit of tai.'f i-Jtid hud b-'i-u UTS- Hlie was om the tnrJ, i with which IKTON. III., iUr.-.hfi.-Jolin b% -V At'CIllKNTS. 'hlldrep Hurmid. I.AWi'.iM r. it., Man-h BOB anil ilnutflitor of Axarlah WllLlttitiJt, .our aud twU rrsperliA-t ly. u. ill a bay mow wluh tu-day. The bny HI-I (h.- mow mi tin- The n'rl bt.mhil aud tbe boy but dii-d f bin DinrleH.j 1 Aler l.uM. PlwK O Mart-h 6. tlalvoni, GH vi-sTK WHH runnti-il (a at b Shf wan iu the- iiKl.lt of Kft.-t lighting her A k-imrh till ber tilotnew, setting tbeiu peo ,t of tb veraJ yoara a mo appolntiui'iit an, -I'ji led omi of tbt- I'hUlipltif islauda, Win on tlie ocei ti-rrit.le swept over rtlio PbiUlplnea, BWI .ug up. ill foi :l bin Mar.-L elrc! .vt-r the failure uf tbo il fl'AHi. Aliucj- tt.-Mrn. MrNnlly and killed whilu croKaln track. -WBT way. N. March cluck the Alabi .uld [irobalily up to ujore tban W. It itt understood, tha. the reuialndtr of va award IB about The ban under two queatlcua of ...1 nf huilclo did Ni.li nteil witb 1 nitn fhavu MM Hlld tJlHt V.--.T- of Hn..nu-r In iln- iHU.-y i-ti..fl nmuntrfrB li.dd in St bull. prinlii for E'n-'lnc ooant. irge-1 with luii fifsuc'a Bt New veslenlsy Cal.. has b-ii h'.H i ut tu i.lact- A> ivy NIM. 'Jill. i bliK-ki.irt tin- r MltfiiSi The tlu-rui-ni.-t.r at I1mrlh-ld Bt..ui] ut HI Ji-f-tiva bcldw zi-i'i-. nf! Cul. r. il. lijiksnii fur bmis.-ol iftliolher cnmiliH to iD'iuir.- iJil-! tin- i..l tfl. Tlu' UFiitli miiiiv.-risAry 'il" H-.lM-it wan in N.-w jk'nrk mul by larjj In lasli Hi" n unit iff r for Ann-ric I'.u.ml. ]u It U that [i m I be Tular .-HUH will be din- ml v pr i [.arid, itid ITia currcni-y IB nu gold: and of the art (Ti-al anil a M'tttur Win-m "b-rn t. for f.-vrrl-.bu.-H, lab.. .U fr; A. P. 1LOTALING CO., II R .VwrtH Flrmi NI., I'nrtliMid. III'dRTKlt-S WHOLfcHAI.K DKAl.EltH IN FINK II. CCTTKK Ul.it K.WOH WIIINH VAI- Ml.ATK I i I it'; .t'.r l> -At Ii. tllmi Hint 'I 1I1C J-l TIIK OHO KIXO 1VILL AliAIN AT THE 01.I> NT.VKO VH .4- th'- N( v. t- S'-'l. Ulti' i It ile Yina OF GAL IFORNI1. THEOBKeOM Melns Bros. Co., nn WHOLESALE DEALERS FANCY GOODS, MILLINERY and NOTIONS, Front and Oak Sts. (Dolpb A Thompwn'a Four-Story Brtek BuUdlnc) FIKS AJI9 Capital, NEVADA WB.T1IK in certify BIB that TAR'M BALAAM UF y yoa.ru, know It to be out of an well us one of tbe meat for the cure of OOUQK8, OOLD8. THROAT Mud CQMPLAIWTS. We of thn.1 flven more iwneiml mtWaction it, aud do not btaltateto reoom- mend It TH6MAS WOODLTFP. A.LKNHAaT...._ Vtajrinta IIAHBROl'CKA HAUL BUI, Her. A. B. -tAULKH Tttacarora. FREW VON KOKUECK Atmln, New. O. B. Ptoche, Sev. R. M. KING T, B. REITNWOLLAR _____ QnntMrUle, A. W. OOHDOH A CO Chcrrj- JOHN K. M YER1S. H.H. HKURICK Hamilton. F. WTKVENH A.i.'. MrALPIN Wlnnemurrft, H. A. MARTIN.. Stir. HP. GREGORY A CO., No. 5 Ktortk IVomt St Portland, Oregon. CS9T LIVER. ITome Mutual Bit. WOOD'S KEBDLATOK, A pmOELT COKKHlSn. _ K KEX.IKV from nil th.t (roio w. s. WOLFE'S nwctlve of water Impure by decompofdUon or other milp hoi Ic ii r i-jw ru! 1on. riuraliiin.ln I-VITV WtlUK'H KfHK rtn.1 of over irrxmutry.ofr Ijtdiirwmenl Innured d lor It. Fur b A.H. Oent Wholesale Batcher HIME8 THE Ikinils iHwglit and sold. Sjirclal aHmlloa i lo nf lurge cities and conutios. Wrllo to us if you wish to buj o PHtisTttN, KEAS CO., A vranlralMiBf Llndnfor WM. COLJ-JHB, M AC 111NI N. V., March fuuere! of F. M. a Hie editor of thi Y., Patriot. yeaterdaj, attended by Jincb novel fea- aa lo raueiti a, profouud ajennBtioa In the neigh- borhood. was of the luger. null ampc.. For iiianr he has been alowly WBBtiifg away witb A few he a editorial lo bta In which hs of hla approaebing diMolutJon witb the utmost fr-eudom. Pnor to bis death be ex- tfroiu faiully proniiae tbat no ruinlBter sbould ba allowed tu bold reiuaibs. a. inetubar of of j and d wired tbat the conducted by Bociety. that tbe j while follow) OK to their real- j lug ulare. should elng "MarchlDR Lhrough j and on tbeir return from cemetery all join in i linr1 nm HlugiiiK "OiKKlbre. My I 1 Ml P TU PUllIU IP strafe were to the bor- j 01 llGLU.111 J 1 Uilltl ill Deceased for d ttubsbqiieutly i Iii the Ictterit EVERDING i N Hay, Hrnii mid AH of Alticr .nitl Fnmt Slrwls, Fort laud. i- JrepE 13 fling Ml 3o. VMOKsr.. i WOOD! WOOOJJWODI Albert Bartsch, STE1SWAV. U VAMllIli SI   

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