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TIIK DAIXKS, WASCO COUNTY, ORKGOX, WEDNESDAY, OCTOKKU -I. lS'.H.
THE END IS VERY NEAR
Czai's Death Exi-rcted nt any
Hi; is KAPIDLY CHOWINC WOKSF.
l'rlliMl Aulh..rl a I arfre
War l.rjr--l-"ttillon Afichaii
ltan Talked Of.
Peru, reports considerable trouble along I Til P 1
lint 1'ijuvt mi'l in Hi'- i ri t i-ii r . Three
weeks lii-fnrt she i i-itcl i f 1 Payti, t tit
IIIIMIIltuilll'ITM milled tllllt tOUIl. Wlll'll
hIid arrived there, tin inhabitants took
her for u man-of-war, mid t himsjlit she
1 1 ml come to shell the Jliii-e. Shortly
before she left, at town culled Tumbiu
n battle took place between government
troops and rebels, in which the latter
. . 1 ...i. .........,-). had seen hnn take something white
ai Iliu iuri-ij,'ii '1IHT ' n.v '
dispatch ha Ix-cn reoei.ed.
Irt'inociats Anxiously Await:
THE CITY CONf.RESSIOXAL TICKET
The Cl' omllllmi.
I'ln iiiMiirii.i, Oct. 20. The follow-
issued at K :-IO
Sr I'KTKiiHiii'iin.Oct. Thtrcseims
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to lit no longer aiiv fin
that th rapidly approaching his
end. A dispatch from I.ividiu today an
nounces that Ida condition hun changed
fur the worse since yesterday, and the
imperial frmily Is alarmed. A apt-rial
iliHimtcli 1 1 .ivftl subsequently from
l.ividia sa s I czar hint evening Siilhtrcd
from a aiiddc.u r;".:iu of the heart, which
compelled him to lie down. ilia condi
tion iM-cnmeao critical thut Ida confessor,
Father Yatilsehew, was hastily sum
moned. It was reported here thin after
noon an imimrial edict will lie published
Monday entrusting the regency to the
czurowitz, General Count YoroiiUoll'da
ihotV, aide-de-camp to the emperor, an '
miiiiater of the Imperial house; K. 1
l'obiobonasticff, procurator-general 01
tlm holy synod, actual privy councillor;
Witte, minister of tho interior, and Gen
,.rul Vanneuski, niiniater of war.
It in announced here thin afternoon
the condition of the czar in dettcrate.
The .nd 1 Hear.
I.0SI10N, Oct. A dispatch to the
Globe from Turin thin afternoon says
private advice received at the French
capitul indicate the condition of the czar
is hoH'lea and the end is near.
A Keclnllt Huiuumued.
St. Pktkksiiuki, Oct. 111. Professor
Merxcheicwskl, distinguished Hpecinliat
on nervous diaeawa, has tieen aummoned
to l.ividia, to take part iu the treatment
of the czar.
The 'ri.wlt- rianotie.
V 1 k n n A , Oct. l(t. TrinceH Alix of
lliHe. fiancee of the czarowitz, accom
panied ly 1'rinceaH Victoria of l'.atten
herg left DamiHtadt thia morning for
Tim Jnrit -rlliiient.
IIiHom niMA.Oct. 10. llilla introduced
at the extraordinary aeaaion of parlia
ment convened hy the mikado, include
lirHt, a hill calling for a Heial account
ancy of the extraordinary war expenaea ;
aecoiidtiry , a hill empowering the govern
ment to borrow money 10 defrBy the ex-
peiiHt-s of war, the maximum amount
i..-.nn ui 1 .0(10.000.0110 veu, and
thirdly, an extraordinary budget provid
ing for the expenditure lor the war of a
total of 150.000.000 yen, of which L'O.IXH),-
iuu . ;n I. Ii.fnived hv theaurnliiH. The
nreaident ol the diet, M. Kusiimoto, re
plying to the apeuch of the mikado,
thanked hia n.ajenty for advancing with
tho imiieriiil atundard and for peraonally
taking charge of the war, saying the
victories were the natural results of this
action. M. KuMiimoto added: "Your
iniiicHtv might have conmdered China
was the enemy of civilizution, and we
oUy the imperial desire to destroy its
Tl Jn Kltt.
Tiits-Taix. Oct. 10. The Norweg'mn
stt-amer l'oik, from Shanghai, was re
cently overhauled and searched by
.lilliHlieMe warshln off Shang Tung prom
ontory. Nothing which could be classed
as contraband of war was found. The
captain of the Norwegian steamer reportB
he siehted a fleet of Japaneso warsnipi
30 miles off Taku. The Chinese fleet
which had lieen undergoing repairs at
Tort Arthur, was ordered to leave that
imrt vesterdav. October 1. The Japanese
are uxnected to cross the Yftlu river at
mint :t0 miles northeast of Chulean
Chen., where the Chinese army head
omirters is situated, tieneral Sing is in
command of the Chinese forces at that
The lrlll" KolutlonUt.
Mo.NTKViOKO, Uruguay, Oct. 10. Ad
miral Saldana Da Oama bamiuotted Br-
ziliun olllcers last night. All drank to
the success of the revolutionary cause,
and pledged themselves to take an act
ivo part If the Brazil committee here de
cided to continuo the struggle after the
inauguration of Dr. Moraes as president.
Sympathisers with the Brazilian revo
lotion am iubilant over victories in
RloOrandedo Sul. General Karavia ia
ni. tmdliliii northward with a consid
erable body of men, intending to attack
tb trovernment forces in Motto Grosso.
Sixteen officers have left here to join the
San Fkancis. o, Oct lfl.-The steamer
llawnmore, which recently arrived from
ing official bulletin was
o'clock this evening: j
"I Miring the last twenty-four the czar
has obtained some sleep, lie left bis
bed in the course of tin day. Ilis gen
eral condition and the strength and ac
tion of his heart are unchanged. The
oedema of the feet bus not increased."
Prayers have liecn offered up today
throughout the Ilnssian empire for the
recovery of the czr, and great impa
tience is manifested at the sranunosB of
oflii iiil news in regard to the condition
of bis majesty.
IlrvlMlou Friiln Olncy.
Alining lh -oll.lllllf That the
I -Mayr Will lult t prni a
i i.niil-l! i;piiriciiliilon.
Nkw YoiiK.Oct. 'JO. Although Hugh
Grant, the substitute for Nathan Straus
as Tammany's mayorality candidate, has
nut definitely stated the conditions upon
which he tins permitted his name to go
upon the ticket, there is more than a
possibility that they may have a material
bearing upon national politics. An inti
mation has been given that first of all
Mr. Grant will require the sti stitiuion
Wasiiinoton, Oct. 20. Attorney Gen
to lie substantially the same
.f m.me other name noon the assembly
1 ticket f..r that of Philip Weissiir, whose j a good deal of hammering,
(..latin. It a fliurMiuatnn iif for
. if I li LULU HI 4111 r 1 tJn t to mh.v
eral Olncy has rendered a., opinion, said ,1 ,.(.oil.Mt,lllinnP.o,mittee
as that ol "c . ------
.. ...X VU ouiit iiiniln a sol-erh in
Solicitor Keeve, of the treasury depart-, - -
ment. on the power of a sute " 2"! th.t he fed under the
bills of a email denomination for fir- t " .w-.., .
Solicitor Peeve held I uispieasurn u. - , -
Iiifeil to allow 111111 to ue reuuuiiinn!-
This, year, however, be slipped past the
The Old Mnnalncl.
San Kuascixco, Oct. 20. Tho monitor
Monadnock is gradually Hearing comple
tion. He-armor is ail on, her heavy
turrets in place and the superstructure
is almost readv for a coat of paint. Re- j TRAINWOBBERS
garding her. one of the officers said :
"Do you know that she is going to be
one of the w ickedest coast defense craft
afloat? She is a better vessel, in my
opinion, than the Monterey, because she
will have guns that can be handled much
easier. Mie is not a uuai ini. k r""
to show much speed, but the could be
anchored outside of a bar and would
make a powerful fiitbt. When all of her
armor plate and guns are in place, she
won't have much freeboard above water.
This has given the impression that she
will never lie aide to stand much of a
sea, but why not? There's the old
Comanche up yonder; her hull sets as
low as the Monadnock's will."
The Monadnock will be able to stand
Ross L. Sneiim' Rlows His
MISS A BIG HAIL
Hulrhle of a ltrhrer While on
Dmnkt-n Kpre--Wholesale rolxin-Ing-
In a llpltMl.
that a state had such right, but he went
still further and held that such issue of
bonds was not subject to the 10-per-cent
law as currency. Neither Secretary Car
lisle nor Attoint-y-( ietieral Olncy will
make public the exact text of the de
cision, wlncli r-ecreiary i.ariinir in."
Trial of 'hltr flood.
San FbancihCo, Oct. 19. In the trial
of ex-Cashier Flood today, Carroll Cook
arirued all morning, lie denied General
Barnes' statement that Flood was the
only one who knew about the $1(54,000. i
Cook said Donohoe, sr., knew about it,
and that if he had taken the stand the
seal of Bilonce w ould have been removed
from Flood's lips. He would have told
how the shortage occurred. General
Barnes will close the case this afternoon,
when Judge Belcher will charge the
Chinese MmhIhi Their orcee
nine inches in thickness, her deck three
inches steel and her turrets will each
haveHj inches of metal for protection.
The Monadnock has been built in piece
meals. She was launched in 1SS.5. If
work c;rtinoeg to be rushed on her, as
it has been within the last few months,
she may be ready for her guns soon.
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. 1....... I T un Tiiin rlMirtH lliai I suuueu I. Hill, it in "-J
A inner nwi ..........1 1 ...enetin
;....,1 tl,..ro from lor SO msimcuiBlieu 011 iiui.".
Cumuungs is noi naeiy m
lines and. with the aid of State Senator
D. D. Sullivan, secured a nomination.
Sullivan was also the sponser of "Silver
Dollar" Smith, who, if Grant's intentions
are rightly understood, must w ithdri w
from the aldcrmanic ticket. More im
portant than thete proposed changes,
however, is the possible reorganization
1,1 th roinrressionul ticket. The under
standing is that Mr. Grant will require
that Pepresentatives Warner, Cockran
and Dunphy, whom Tammany had
"turned down," for the reason, as al
leged by Mr, Grace, that they had voted
for the Wilson bill, be placed on the
Tammany congressional ticket. Only
one of the nine representatives who voted
! for the Wilson bill was given a renomin-
I - en .1
ation by the iamraany uumocri.
How the condition above indicated is to
be complied with is not known. Warn-
er's district has been given to Amos J.
Lonpon, Oct. 19.-A Shanghai dis- Cumuungs, .or w nom
.tch say troops accompany the ! special regard n Cockran . pta
to l e- ijeorge xi. mtvicimu .
The latter is voung, and may be per-
to wait awhile
of Hu-Kwang province
10.000 trooiis have
v. V... il.n 1 nrinirnBa
various provinces. Jk.ct- "7 1 " ., . , , .!. -lo has
troops will so easily uitnui. - -
been nominated in uunpny s piacc, u.
end of the month 100,000
lave arrived. Forty-eight thousand
avalry are arriving from different prov
inces, especially Shin King and Kirin.
The first installment ol German rines
has arrived at Tien Tsin.
The riiluese I prising;.
1.0M.ON, Oct. lit. A Shanghai dispatch
.t a amall II n-
reatlirms me siaieiucui, umi r
risinir has taken piece at Kaulo Hwei, iu
which two officials were killed. The
same dispatch says that the jieculations
of Sheng, the taotie of Tien-Tsiu, have
been well known throughout Clnna, out
certain jiersons in exalted positions have
endeavored to suppress all mention of
A 1'artltlnn r Afhanltn.
St. Pktebsui bo, Oct. - Novoe
Vremxa declares that, in the event of
i.m militorv intervention of Great
Britain in Afghanistan, Russia will oe
compelled to take similar action ; and
joint action upon the part of Great
Britain and Russia will necessarily lead
to a partition of Afghanistan between
these two powers.
Can't Keep Out of Jail.
San Fkascihco, Oct. 10. John Hall,
who was a trusty in the city prison and
gave Murderer Fredericks the key to his
,. .. . i.t 1. a i.l. mil mil made the
cell me Higi" -"" "- - -
unsuccessful assault upon Officer Far
rott, was sentenced to six months in the
county jail today for assaulting a bar
Charged With Murder.
Ci.kvbi.anu, O., Oct. 19.-A special
from Springfield to the Evening Post
says the father of Smith Walsh, one of
also be rebellious, while Dunphy s de
monstrated tenacity of what he considers
to lie bis rights will not help to make
ttie way plain. However, the main
problem which will confront Tammanv
in the conditions outlined is how to pro
vide for both Cummings and Warner.
the men killed outright at Washington
Courthouse, ia having attioavita pre
pared charging Sheriff Coon ana Lio
nel Colt with murder.
Another Mllltla Victim.
Washington Coirthouse, O., Oct.
19 Theodore Ammorman, wounded by
the militia during the riot Wednesday
night, died this morning, making the
total up to this date five killed.
Muck They"i had a consultation of dot -tors
at Higliee'a yesterday. Bradford
11' 1 ii,.,v call in? Mack The un-
The pedagogue's verdict on the bent
pin is generally given with the rising
The Doctor Dlnagree.
Paws, Oct. 20. A council of ministers
was held at Elysee palace today. Pre-
I.a .mil ViM WAR
uner I'upuy nuuueu iuc -.
in receipt of telegraphic advices stating
there was a slight improvement in the
Early this afternoon a dispatch from
St. Petersburg announces the latest re
ports received there from Livadia state
that although the czar is still alive, he
has rapidly weakened. A striking fact
in connecuou niui "
the difference of opinion regarding the
exact nature of the malady from which
he is suffering. Figaro, for instance, to
day declares the symptoms disagree
with the usual symptoms of kiduey dis
ease. Professor Sacharj in was convinced
it was cancerous and impossible to oper
ate noon. Thia was his ground for re
cently informing the war he could not
possibly live, as the disease was incura
ble. Professor I.eyden, however, was
more optomistic, and, after a careful
study of the symptoms of the czar's
trouble expressed the belief it was true
a tumor existed, but he added it was of
a benign nature and curable. Figaro
makes the startling statement the czar
has been badly nursed, and the arrange
ments for his care was quite of a primi
tive nature. Thia statement ia aome-
what unkind, as it is known the czar a
most assiduous nurse haa been the czar
ina, who, according to rumor, has
broken down under the strain ot attena
ing continually upon herdying husband.
Le Teiupa eaya there ia not a corner
of France where prayers have not been
offered up for the recovery of the c.ar.
The czar, since the fetea at Toulon fol
lowing the arrival there of the Russian
squadron under Admiral Avillan, has
everywhere m the French republic been
considered as a life-ally ol frame.
The National .eitung says M. Hano
taux. minister of foreign affairs, has re
ceived news that the czar died last
night, and that he is withholding the
The Flood Jury Iit-ree.
Sax Fbaxcisco, Oct. 22. The jurors
in the Flood embezzlement case were
diectiarged this morning, standing nine
for conviction and one for acquittal,
after being out since 4 o'clock Friday
afternoon. F'lood was arraigned in
the police court on charges of making
false entries in the books, but the case
was continued for several weeks.
Attempt to Kill Italian.
Vkw P.otiiKLLE. N. Y.. Oct. 22. As
the result of feeling engendered by fre
quent conflicts between Irish and Italian
laborers employed on the sewers here,
Patrick Keilly last night put nine dyna
mite cartridges upon a shanty in which
100 Italians were sleeping, and was m
the act of attaching a galvanic battery
tn tlm eartridzes when discovered.
Keilly is held for the grand jury.
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Miss Pastel Your Buit is vain, sir. I
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That is odd ! I'm sun, I could never see
anything masculine about your work.
OiiEdoN City, Oct. 22. Koss L. Spen
cer, constable of this piecinct, shot and
killed himself here this morning. He
went to the sheriff's office about 9 o'clock
and borrowed a revolver from the sheriff.
He then went down to Justice Dixon's
court and finished up some work he had
to do. About 10 o'clock ho was found
. .1 1, 1;.
with, a DUliei noie ciear inruugu ma nc.
and the revolver by his side. He was
still alive, but unconscious. A physician
Her belt is called, who, upon examination, pro
nounced the wound fatal. He lingered
until noon, when he died without having
regained his consciousness. Mr. Spen
cer was about 00 years of age, and leayes
a widow and six children. He was
elected constable on the populist ticket
last June, and has made a very efficient
officer. He has been quite despondent
lately, saying the office did not pay
enough to support his family. lie
owned a house and lot at Caneinah,
where he resided.
A Fatal Fire.
Xyack. N. Y.. Oct. 22. Four
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in every home and ao admirably adapted
to the purposes for which it is lmenueu,
as Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Hardly
week passes but some member of the
family has need of it. A toothache or
tuuiinrhA 11111V he cured by it. A touch
of rheumatism or neuralgia quieted
The severe pain of a burn or scald
promptly relieved and the sore healed in
much less time than when medicine has
to be sent for. A sprain may be
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in, w hich insures a cure in aooui one
third of the time otherwise required
Cuts and bruises should receive im
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when Pain Balm is kept at hand
sore throat may be cured before it be
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First aweet thing Isn't that a homely
man over there? Second aweet thing
Yea almost as homely as the one next
v,!. v s. T. Who is lie f f. r. j.
My husband. Who is the other? F
S. T. mine.
Professor Longhair Statistics show
that Germany's projiortion of suicides is
larger than that of any other European
country. Miss Gotham I don't won
der. It must be awfully wearing to
think in German New York Weekly.
children of Key. William Taylor, Meth
odist missionary bishop of Africa, per
ished in the burning of the elegant house
of their father, Koss Taylor, at South
Nyack, early today. In addition one
man was so badly bnrned he can scarcely
recover, and two others were seriously
It was a little alter 4 o'clock when
Mrs. Tavlor was awakened by smoke.
Sh amused her husband. Rev. Rosa
Taylor. He found the halla tilled with
smoke, the fire having obtained great
headway. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor groped
their way through the suffocating smoke
to the outer air, without having been
able to extend a helping hand to their
six children or others of the household
As Mr. and Mrs. Taylor emerged, the
fire department arrived. The energies
of all were directed toward the rescue of
those who remained in the doomed
structure. The two eldest Taylor chil
dren, Stew art and William, were aroused
on.l (nmninir from the window, were
- t I e ,
caught without being seriously injured.
Harriet, aged 11; Ada.b; A rthur, 1, ana
hultz, 5, perished, fheir bodies were
recovered two hours later. Michael
Mulady, laborer, and Edward Link and
William Ruth, house decorators, sleep
ing in the third story, jumped for their
lives. Mulady was fatally hurt; Ruth
and Link sustained serious injuries, but
will probably recover. The house had
been recently built, and the interior dec
orations were still incomplete.
The funeral of the four children was
held at 11 a. m. today. The four charred
bodies were placed in one casket. Rev.
B. Taylor officiated, and Rev. Koss
Taylor, the bereaved father, made a few
remarks, telling several pathetic in
The policeman laughed tvt thechild. In
her agony of fear tin- little girl got down
on her knees and begged him t i send
her father to the hospita', but she was
again refused. Afterwards the police
man went haik. Vogeli was in the cell
half clad and suffering. The policeman
went to call a patrol. Ten minutes later
it came and in the cell dead on the floor
lay the man whose life his little girl had
pleaded for in vain.
The Crop of Mucker Till Year Heem
to Ha Very Large.
Pirrsiu hi;, Oct. 22. The news ot the
closing up by the police of tho "public
stock and produce exchange" and the
"discretionary pool-' concern on Satur
day brought great crowds of investors
from the country into town, showing
how wide spread have been the opera
tions of these concern. The Delarneys,
who operated the "public stock and pro
duce exchange," secured a release on
bail for a bearing this evening. At the
office this morning they announced to
their clients that, as their books were in
the hands of the police, they would be
unable to pay out money or do business
except to recieve notices of the with
drawal of deposits. All the discretion
ary pools have a clause in their agree
ments by which they can insist upon 30
days' notice of withdrawal. The Con
solidated Stock & Produce Company,
another discretionary pool, did not open
its doors today. Hundreds of investors,
who went to the office to withdraw their
deposits, were confronted with a notice
that the firm hud temporarily suspenuea.
Washinnton Force, the manager, was not
there, and no one appeared to know of
his whereabouts. arrants have been
issued for him. Other pools are ex
pected to suspend at any moment, and
excitement among investors is running
high. By the books of the Delaneys it
is shown that over half of the investors
were women, most of them domestics
and washerwomen, who fancied they
had found an easy road to wealth.
ConsA, Oct. 22. Twenty-two in
mates of the county nospititi were
poisoned yesterday by strychnine 111
their coffee. One man died. AO luriner
deaths have resulted fiom the poisoning
of the inmates of the county hospital.
Mrs. Ingram, wife of the superinten
dent, is still very sick, but will recover.
The accepted theory is a discharged
Chinese cook, who had trouble with the
steward, entered the hospital during the
night and put the strychnine in a can of
ground coffee. No arrests.
Huicide of a Drunkard.
fivrlvsiTI. Oct. 22. Jacob Vogeli, a
barkeeper, became intoxicated in t.,are
ville last night, and going home begaji
to abuse his family, and a policeman
was called. Nogeli, when Bober, is the
best of husbands and fathers. He had
been arrested once or twice before.
When the police came they walked him
to the station. I hey were loiioweu py
Vogell'a 12-year-old daughter, Emma,
who went to Policeman Calvin and
SUtjr Were Killed.
Baltimore, Oct. 22. Captain Hud
gins, of the coffee bark Dom Pedro II.,
now in port, gives a graphic description
of a dynamite explosion that occurred in
Rio a few days previous to September 6,
w hen his vessel sailed for Baltimore.
Sixty persons were killed. A Brazillian,
soldier discovered, near the English
cemetery, a subterranean magazine, in
which the Insurgents of the recent re
bellion had concealed a large quantity of
gunpowder cartridges and dynamite
Bhells which they evidently intended
usimz aeainst the government. The
soldier reported his find to the general
commanding, and a rough cart drawn
by two mules was sent to the scene to re
move the contents of the hidden maga
zine to a place of safety. A detachment
of soldiers accompanied the cart, and a
curious crowd of citizens followed it to
the little hill which had been dug out to
hold the explosives. A quantity of
shells had been placed in the cart and a
pile of others had been passed out close
behind it when one of the soldiers,
w hile in the Met of handling a shell,
dropped it among the others. The same
second an explosion shook the earth, a
sheet of flame shot upward and a cloud
of whitish smoke hid everything from
view The vessels In the harbor rocked
at their moorings and the entire city was
thrown into wild excitement. More
thon a ton of dynamite has exploded
from the dropping of the shell. The
Boldiers and mules were blown in frag
ments and only the iron tires of the cart
wheels were found.
A IHnodthlrty 'outh.
San Fua.ncisc-0, Oct. 22. Eugene
Menesini, 19 years of age, who was re
cently discharged from Granucci'a
butcher shop on Stockton Btreet, went
to the shop this morning and demanded
to be reinstated. His demand was re
fused, whereupon the youth whipped out
a revolver and tired two shots at Gran-
uccl and an employe named llarant.
After their flight, neither being hit,
Menesini shot himself in the head, dy
A Noted Itau.llt Killed.
Guadalajara, Mexico, Oct. 22.
Mounted police report that they over
took Antonio Sanchex, the noted bandit
clr.ef, in the mountains and shot him to
death. Several of his desperate band
were wounded and captnrcd.
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