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Till: DALLES. OKKGOX, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER L ISM.
FELL TO THEIR DEATH
fjitmei Precipitated Into tlie Water aiifl
Drowned at Portlani
DK BRIDGE WAS OPEV
Heav, foC Prevailed, Which Is Only
partly Accountable fur the
fotrruM, Or., Nov. 1. (Special to
- 1 1 v . I iL.
I Till ri'il'OH "-I- ui mr miitii
'tiwrtrviuliiig tragedie which ever oc-
In thil city took place at 6:30
t),i morning when the electric cur lne
plunged of the Madison llwt bridge,
iJwl with passenger. There were
,. stirring ftt the time, and in the
besvv f w hich irevaiiel it wa (ally
t!f n hoar More any intelligent efl'ort
c!d le organised at rescoe. Thi was,
lowerer, futile, lor the ocenpants of the
electric motor car were in a veritable
Jetth trap, and all who went down were
drowned. At thi writing tbe fatal
blunder if on accounted for. It ' is
inotn that the draw m opened for the
pttMfe of the steamer El wood, bat
whether the brake refused to work or
m other cause cannot yet be ascer-
uuttd. Four boJiee have thai far been
muraed. Theee are : '
I JUt. CAMI'MULL,
J. P. Akderso,
CtO. fTAM ..
It ia not known iust how manv there
ere in the car, but it ii believed about
wenty. It li thought the moat of them
neaped by jumping just before the car
nade tbe fatal plunge. AH of the dead
were resident! of Milwaukee, who were
cowing into the city to their work. An
immense crow d hai gathered In the vi-
inity, and relative of the mining ones
re crowding around the acene of the
iisaster. There ii great confusion and
a systematic efTort can yet be made to
aeertain how many were plunged to
fcir death. None of thoee who jumped
re serionsly injured, but several
lighted just on the brink of the draw.
The occupant of the car were all mar
ried men, and it is thought that Ander
son hai a family of five children.
Latch The cause of the accident ii
now more nearly ascertained. It ap
pear! that the brake were set, but ai
t wai the (irt car to go over the track,
the rail! were covered with front, and
owing to the momentum the car ilid
along for a distance of 150 feet.
The heavy fog prevented the open
draw being seen any quicker. The con
ductor and motor man have been ar-
wited, and rigid investigation will be
aide. A report 1 that Jame Steele,
president of tbe company, was also
(rested, and that he fainted when the
officer made known his errand. The
latter report, however, lack confirma
tion. Growing 1 nenalnesa In Kwropa.
Bk.im, Oct. 31. There ianodisguis
"4 the fact that considerable uneasiness
nU in Europe at the present situation
f tli power, and thil uneasiness ii in
creasing as the natnre of the Franco
Russian alliance become known. The
Hamburger Nachrichten, in an article
which the best-informed jieople assert
w at least Instigated by Bismarck,
account for the Russian reply to
rraiuVs advances on the ground that
Kossia will be driven into the arms of
France by the growing suspicion! of
Uermany's intimacy with England. It
ays the drelbund not only threatens
Russia, bat a soon as Russia became
nspiciona it wonld be exercised in de
fense of England' anti-Russian inter
ests, Russia's resentment was Imme
diately aroused. The Nachrichten also
makes the assertion that a aecret treaty
xlt between Russia and Italy, by
w hich the former agree to mediate in
Italy'i favor in I'arii under certain con
tingencies. ! Hand rod Treopa Irowifi4.
London. Nov. I. The Time i.rinti
the following advices from kin tinrlor
date of October 27 : "Tbe armed ateamer
I rano, while leavinir Rio Jannirn rvt.
ober 10, wa Lit by a shell and badly
damaged. Hhe ha arrived at iHssterro
and report that 40 of her crew were
allied. The insurgent have plenty of
munition! of war. Decisive action by
Admiral Mello is expected shortly. Tbe
government has been mounting gum on
the rity batteries. The Republican
rammed the transport liio de Janeiro,
which was conveying 1,100 troops to
Santos, and 500 of the troops were
drowned. Admiral Mello confirms the
trnth of thi report, lie denies that he
ha any direct intention of restoring the
empire. He wishes to be recognized as
a belligerent by the foreign power.
MISS THAYER WILL DIE
The Teong Lady Wki Was r.htd OIT
the Car, Internally Injured.
Hperial to The Chbonicli.
Poutlakd, Or., Nov. 2. Thi morning
Miss Alice Thayer complained of severe
internal pain and shortly afterwards ex
hibited distressing symptoms, which so
alarmed her friends that they hastily
dispatched for physician. After a
thorough examination he informed the
sorrowing friends and relative of the
girl that he conld extend no hof.es of her
living. The announcement wa like a
blow, for it was not thought her injuries
would amount to much at the time.
Thi make the eighth victim of the fear
ful disaster of yesterday morning.
Mr. General Grant And party, in
cluding her son, U. S. (irant, and family
are in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Owing to Illnesi, Governor Horace
Boies has telegraphed from his home in
Waterloo that he must cancel all hi en
gagement to ak in thi campaign.
Jndge Gildenleeve has decided that
"Bob" Fitzinimons, the pngilist, must
pay hi w He $23 a week alimony and f 250
counsel fees, pending the suit against
ber for divorce.
The great financial fight of the extra
session of congress is over. At 2 :50, the
bouse by a vote of 191 to M concurred in
the senate amendments, and the repeal
bill goes to tbe president for his signa
ture. Ir. George C. Pander, a prominent
physician of l'es Moines, was sentenced
to six month in jail, In the United
States district court, for attempting to
induce the jxstmaster to sell postage
stamp at letei than the regular price.
The prevailing opinion in Montevideo
at present is that Admiral Mello is likely
to be caught like a rat in a trap in the
tiay at Rio Janeiro if the powerful fleet
w hich I'eixoto is gathering from far and
near arrives before Mello gains a decisive
Rio advices state that it isclaimed that
Admiral Mello has a balloon in readinees
to drop explosives on the Brunllian fleet.
The minister of foreign affairs has re
signed because foreign capitalists are
opposed to hi policy. The government
has bought two Argentine vessels.
Harvard university has just established
tbe highest meteorological station in the
world. It ii located on the top of El
Miste, a nearly extinct volcano of the
Cordilleras, 19,200 feet in altitude, or
almost 3,r00 feet higher than the station
of tbe French academy on Mount Blanc.
Jimmy Carroll, the old-time robber,
died in Kt. John' hospital, Chicago, a
few dayi ago. He was associated with
the notorious Jimmie Hop and others
w ho robbed the Manhatten bank in New
York City. He was connected with
numerous bank robberies throughout
Policeman Edward Young, 36 years
old, who was attached to the fifth pre
cinct, Brooklyn, committed suicide by
shooting himself through the heart at
his home. The cause of the act was
jealousy of his wife, for which there w as
no real ground. Yesterday hi wife left
him because of hi quarrels w ith her,
which were due to hi jealousy. He
came home, found her gone, and killed
Actor Charles F. Coghlan' announce
ment that Louise Thome, the Scotch
sctress w ho so long bore his name, was
not his wife flatly contradict his sworn
testimony before a London bankruptcy
court in 1891. When questioned yester
day he said: "Ab, well, what of it T
I'erhaps I did. In cases of that sort ii it
not usual for a man to cay lie is not
married to the lady? Do you remember
the testimony of the Prince of Wale In
the Lady Mordaunt case?"
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THE CAR ACCIDENT
Flutter Particulars as Tela fey the
HOOVERS IXTELUGEXT ACTION
Poshes Alice Thayer Oil. Who Was
Paralyzed From Excitement
Two More Lius Re
G. W. Hoover, who is employed at
I Hoxter t May's and William Kenner,
j both of whom live at Oak Orove, were
j passengers on the ill-fated car which
! went to the bottom of the Willamette
river yettenlay in Portland. rieaking
of the disaster, Mr. Hoover said to a
Telegram reporter :
"All was a scene of w ild confusion and
panic for an instant, and every paseen-
j ger made a rush to save his lite. Those
j on the rear platform jumped off, and
those in the car scrambled out. It all
happened in an inttlant, and 1, like the
reet, can scarcely remember 1iat trans
pired. Fortunately there was uo chil
dren on board tbe car, and only one
woman, Miss Alice Thayer, who is about
20 years of age. She wss sitting I think,
near the front door, sad sprang up w hen
the conductor shouted, "Jump for your
lives!"' Fright and the confusion
seemed to have paralyzed the girl, "for
she stood right in the rear doorway, and
was incapable of action. I was right
behind her, and others were pressing
violently against my back in frantic
effort to escape from the doomed car.
It was no time for gallantry. The life
of the woman, my own and that of
others, were at stake, and not a second
was to be lost. I grasped the woman
and pitched her out to one side of
tbe platform. I had no alternative bat
to use force and even violence. She
struck against the heavy bridge timbers
on one side with mncb force, and must
have been severely bruised. Some per
sons censored iny actions, but no other
course was left me in the great and
"Just then the car went over the edge
and made the dreadful plunte into the
river. I remember seeing two person
swimming the moment after the car
rank from siht. In the fog and confu
sion I could not tell w ho they were. I
saw the steamer El wood passing through
the draw jus-t at the moment. There
was no attempt made to check the speed
of the steamer and she plowed straight
ahead and ran down the two jiersnns I
saw struggling in the water. I saw the
bow of the steamer strike one man (I
think it w as poor Charley Btx-kman) on
the head, w h it'll would have been enough
to kill him. I think the actions of tbe
officers of the steamer were very cen
surable in not checking the seed or
making some efforts to rescue thofe who
Both Hoover an Kenner very strongly
condemn tbe railway company in not
providing sand bucket for tbe cars.
"The attention of the company ha
been called repeatedly to thi important
matter, "said Hoover. "All the cars on
other line carries quantities of sand. In
wet and frosty weather the track is so
slippery that it is very difficult to run
without sand. To overcome tbia diffi
culty and make time it i necessary to
run at very high and dangerous rate
of speed when the car is once under way.
To this cause I largely attribute tbe
fearful accident this morning. I do not
blame the conductor and motorman a
much a I do the company. The car
wa running very fast over the bridge,
and w ben the motorman discovered the
draw wi.a open he was unable to stop In
time. He made almost superhuman ex
ertion to atop the car, but the speed,
slippery track and want of sand rendered
hi frantic efforts of no avail,"
George Clark, an expressman, whose
stand is on First and Ash streets, was
coming right behind the car just before
it plunged into the river. In the car
was Charles Albee, aged 11 years, in the
employ of Henry Berger, at 44 North
First street, who resided with hi parent
in Milwaukie. Poor Charlie waved hi
hand to Mr. Clark, w ith a happy expres
sion on hi face, never dreaming how
near he was to being hurled into eternity.
At 1 o'clock thil afternoon his body wai
yet lying in the bed of the river, stark
and stiff in the embrace of death.
At 3:15 p. in. the body of T. Bennick,
a deaf route, residing at Midway and em
ployed at Ira F. Power' shops, was re
covered and sent to the morgue. Ben
nick is about 40 year of age, and ha a
wife, also deaf and dumb, and three
children, all of whom can talk fluently,
and are bright, likely children.
Use Mexican Silver Stove Polish.
IMICKKAl ED THE MOOK-,
I Their Fighting- Power Greater Than
j the MpapAnrd K&pected.
j Madrid, Oct. 31. The Spanish re
verse at Melilla was due to the mistake
of General Margolia in underrating the
hostility and fighting power of the
Aral. At a cabinet council Sunday,
j which was summoned by the queen re-
gent herself, her majesty said she con
sidered that the time had arrived to ap
peal to the patriotism of all Spaniard
for sacrifices to defend the Spanish honor
at Melilla. She asked that all informa
tion in regard to affairs there be pub
lished and none concealed. In the
meantime tbe Wadrax infantry regiment
was formed in the courtyard of San
Francisco barracks ready to start for
Melilla, and at the close of the council
the regent and her children, accompan
ied by a number of noblemen and gen
erals, drove to the barracks and reviewed
the regiment. New received tonight,
which was brought to Malaga by steamer
owing to the fact that the cable was in
terrupted, sayithe Moors returned today
with the determination of constructing
trenches 600 yards from Fort Camxellos,
notwithstanding heavy fire by the
troops. Official figure show the Span
ish losses in the recent engagement to
have been 12 killed and 50 injured.
MAYOR HABRISOV9 FfNERAL.
npoalDK Ceremonies to Chicago's Mur
Chicaco, Nov. 1. With solemn pomp
and imposing ceremonies befitting the
Interment of the chief magistrate of tbe
world' fair city and his dramatic fate,
Carter H. Harrison wa escorted to
Graceland cemetery today by an Im
mense throng of sorrowing citizens. All
night long two lines of citizens passed
steadily by the bier on which the re
mains lay in state in the city hall corri
dor. The crowd about the city hall
gradually decreased toward morning, aa
those who had stood in line for hours to
get a last glimpse of the' familiar fea
tures passed into the flower-decked cor
ridor, but the early comers soon length
ened the lines again, and when finally
the time arrived for beginning the cere
monies of tbe day, and the door were
closed it left a vast throng on the out
side who were debarred of tbe privilege
of seeing the peaceful features of the de
parted chief executive. Through a
great crowd, gathered to see the mur
dered mayor's last leavetaking of the
scene of his labors in behalf of tbe city
he loved, the black car slowly passed
and took its place in the waiting pro
cession. Out from the center of the
city a great procession marched across
the river to the beautiful church of the
Epiphany, near the late executive's
home. All jlong the line of march peo
ple with sad face and bared heads
watched the somber column, and about
the church a thrcng as great as that
which stood about the city hall was
gathered. The remains .arrived at the
church, were carried in and deposited
in front of the chancel, where, in an im
pressive manner the solemn service for
tbe dead was performed. At the close
the procession again took op tbe line of
march to Graceland cemetery.
BLEW OIT HIS BKAIN8.
Tragic suicide of a Wealthy Mlne-
Bbooklyn, Oct. 31. The Hotel St.
George was the scene of a tragic and
sensational suicide last night, when
Samuel C. Cook, 40 year old, a wealthy
mineowner, placed a pistol over bis
right ear and blew out hii brains. For
over year past he had had a lawsuit
dragging in the courts, and yesterday
the case was decided against him.
A Grave-Koliber Caught.
Chicago, Oct. 31. Shortly after mid
night last night two men brought a
heavy trunk to the Rock Island railroad
station and had it checked to Anamosa,
Ia. An hour later the baggageman,
suspecting all was not right, sent for the
police and bad it opened. They were
horrified at finding it contained the
body of a man, wrapped In oil cloth.
There were no marks of violence on it.
Attached to one of the feet was a tag
such as is used at the morgue at the
county hospital. It is supposed the
body was intended for dissection. This)
afternoon a man presented a check for
the trunk at the station and was ar
rested on a charge of grave robbery.
He gave the name of Dr. W. T. Eckley,
Fort Madison, Ia. At first he said he
(jot the body to work on himself, but
afterward said he wa working for Pro
fessor Tanqnary of Chicago, post-graduate
of the medical college.
Killed la a Tralnwreck.
NonroMC, Va., Oct. 31. -A collision
occurred on the Norfolk & Western road
her this morning resulting In the death
of J. Andrew, engineer, and Ed J51and,
laborer, and the serious injury of five
ARE NEARIXC THE END
TUc House is All Ready to Adjourn
AXXI01S FOR THE CHINESE BILL
Populists Believe There Will be a Large
'Accession to Their
Washington-, Nov. 2. In the house,
a resolution for final adjournment at 3
o'clock tomorrow was adopted, 134 to
Wilson introduced a resolution
authorizing the committee on way and
means to sit during adjournment and
consider the tariff bill. The redublicans
refused to answer to the names ana
there wa not a quorum, the ayes being
157 and noes 1.
The house is ready to adjourn today,
but the senate desire to dispose of the
Chinese bill, if possible, and tbe nomi
nations which fail of confirmation when
tbe senate adjourns lapse and must be
sent to the eenate again. The nomina
tion over which is the most contention
ig that of Judge Hornblower, "js"ew
lork, for a place on the eopreme "encb,
The general belief is that Hill baa effect
ed combination against him, and that
he will be defeated.
Senate bill to authorize the Missouri
River Power Company, of Montana, to
construct a dam across the Missouri
river, was placed on the calendar.
House bill for a first-class steam
revenue cutter for the great lakes was
The house bill to extend time for the
execution of the Chinese exclusion act
was taken np. Davis offered an amend
ment re-enacting the act of July 6, 1884,
and continuing such act in force 10 years
longer. The act of 1892 required a
Chinese person when accused of being
unlawfully in the country to prove bis
innocence. i"To prove his innocence,"
said Davis, "deprived him of the com
mon law presumption of innocence un
til proven guilty. There is no other law
of the kind in Christendom, and it
would disgrace Morocco."
The Fopullitte Feel Elated.
Washington-, Nov. 2. The popufists
in congress are elated over the
reeult of the fight for nnconditional re
peal ; they claim it will mass the advo
cates of free silver in the south and
west under their banner. They say
they expect to capture the presidency
in 1806 and are already seriously dis
cussing candidates. There is a strong
sentiment in favor of Jerry Simpson,
and Peffer baa a following, but Allen of
Nebraska, who held tbe senate 15 hours,
seemed to have charmed the members
of his party in the house to such an ex
tent that he is now enjoying a presiden
tial boom. Watson of Georgia ia spoken
of for vice president.
THE 8ENATK ADJOURNS.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 3 Special
to Tub Chkoniclk.I The eenate ad
journed thi afternoon sine die. The
last important act of the session was
the pasting of the Chinese exclusion
bill, granting six months further time,
and now that this and the ailver bill are
disposed of the senators concluded ttyjy
would rest up a bit before undertaking
tariff revision, alongside which the dis
cussion of silver will rank as child's
An Insane Mother.
New York, Nov. 2. Mrs. Elizabeth
Volk, of Wrest New York, N. J., at
tempted to drown her two children In a
cesspool at tbe reur of her house on
Monday night. She had thrown her
elder child, a boy of 6 years, into the
pool, and was about to throw the other,
an infant of 14 months, when she was
prevented by several neighbor. Mrs.
Volk fought so desperately, however,
that it required four men to overpower
her. The face of the baby wa fearfully
lacerated, Mrs. Volk having torn it with
her teeth. Her husband is employed in
New Durham and say she has been act
ing strangely for some time. It was not
thought, however, that she wonld be
come insane. She was committed to the
county jail, where she will be examined
by Dr. Converse.
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In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
lor me county oi naaco.
W. A. Miller. 1
E. P. Reynolds, I
To E. P. Reynold, the above-named defendant.
In the name of the btHte of Oregon, You f re
hereby required to Hpiear Hnd aitBuer the Com
plaint nled HKaint you in the above entitled iiuit
Wlinin ten oaya irom me uate oi me service in
thiB tmmnions upon you. if served within this ,
county; or if Herved within any other county of
this atate, then within twenty dayu from the
date of the service of this miniiimnH upon you;
or if served upou you by publication, then you
are retjuip-d to apear and answer aid Com
nlaint on the first duv of the next term of said
court, after six weeks' publicntiuii of this tium-
mons, lo-wit: ou 3ionnay, inu
l:ttli day November, 1893,
and if yon fnil to so nnswer, the plaintiff will
apply to the court lor the relief prayed lor in
aid complaint, to-wit: for the foreclosure of tbe
rttrsKe iieM'iitMti in said complaint, una lor
the sale of the premises therein described, to-
wit: the south half of the southwest quarter,
the northeast quarter of the southwest )nartcr,
and the soiituwest quarter of the southeast
quarter, of weilon 'js, lownshlp one North,
Kamre thirteen Kast, illamette Meridian, con
taininK one hundred and sixty acres, and situ
ated in Wasco county, Or'tC'n. Also, the north
half of the northeast quarter, the northeast
quarter of the northwest quarter, and the south
east quarter of the northeast quarter of Section
lownsmp one ortu, nuniru mirieeu r.asi,
Willamette Meridian, containing one hundred
and sixty acres, and situated in Wasco county,
Oregon; according to law and the practice of
this court, and that the imetds of said sale be
applied in payment of trie amount st-curcd by
said mortgage, and still untuiid, tu-wit: the sum
of fsju.no, and interest thereon at the rate of
eight i;r cent per annum from Pepteinlajr 'M,
1m, and the further snm of f -',40n.0U, and Inter
est thereon at the rate of eight wt cent per an
num since March M, lM'ja, and for an attorneys'
fee of .). oo, and for the costs and disborse
mcnts made and extended herein. And that
the plaintiff will apply to the court for Judg
ment against you lor any deficiency there may
he remaining after the application of the pro
ceed of said sale aa aforesaid.
You will further take notice that the Sum
mons in this suit Is served upon you by publi
cation, by order of the Honorable W. U Brad
shaw, Judge of said Court, siid order being
dated September '27ih, l-:t.
MAYS, HCNTIM.TON & WIIXOS,
28,7w Attonieya for tlailitlrT.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Orrici, The Palles, Or.,
( let. 'J, IhhX. f
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has iilcd notice of his Intention to
make llnal proof ,n snpirt of hie
claim, and that said pnsif will be made before
the Register anil receiver at The Ilalles, Or., on
Friday, November 17, lfcM, viz.:
Edgar 8. 1'ratt,
Homestead Application No. atll, for the F-S ot
HW'x MU.1 V, of HK'i of Sec. 11, Tp. 4 H., K. 11
E. V. M.
He name the following witnesses to prove hia
continuous residence upon, end cultivation of,
said land, vlx. :
i. B. Msglll, Frank Driver, Lon Wing and
Charley Wing, all of W amlc, Or.
til -li JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
NOTICE FOlt PUBLICATION.
V. 8. Land Orru r., The Dalles, ()r.,
October 17, l.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice ot his Intention
to make Hunt proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will ! made before the register
and receiver of the I'. H. land oillce at The
Dalles, Or., on Monday, Nov. il, IH'.CI, vii:
Jamas M. I'atlson,
Homestead application No. 'JUl'J for UK1, section
1, Tp. 4 ., K i V. W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence uism and cultivation of
said land, viz. :
Feu Hattv. Hugh (Tirlsman, W. K. Corson and
K. N. ( handler, all of The Dalles, or.
10-21 td JOHN W. 1.EWI.1, Kegtstrr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Orrn , The Dalles, Or., I
Oct. 21, Is'.Kl. I
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his Intention Ut
make ilnsl prisif In support of his claim, and
that said proof will la made before the Register
and koi'clver at The Dalles, Or., on December
II, lsu.i, vU;
.IColendif O. Hrnoka,
dt tfittj of John Hughes, deceased.
Ifmnt sf Application No. s:lx, tortheH'j SE!
and M tWt it ier. :ii,Tp. I N., II. hi K.
Ho immrs the following witnesses to prov
Ms continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz;
o. V. isk. VY. A Miller, Frank Crelghton and
hclli Morgait, all of the Dallea or.
. -l l HaowK please take notice.
tu t JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.