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THE DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1894.
CHRIS BUCKLEY'S LAMB
Jaie Molpli Ont Gunning Alter Me
HE TOOK A SHOT AT JOE ELLIOTT.
A Young Woman Brutally Assaulted by
a Cowardly Villian
News Notes, ,'.
San Fbaxcisco, May 7. Joseph B.
Elliott, business manager of the Chron
icle, was shot at shortly before noon to
day. The shooting was done by Jake
Rudolph, a well known politician, and
for many years Chris Buckley's right
hand man. Rudolph entered the busi
ness ofiioo of the Chronicle and excitedly
asked for M. H. de Young, the propri
etor. He vras told that the latter was at
the fair. Rudolph's excited manner
drew Elliott from his office and he was
admonished to be quiet, but, drawing a
revolver, attempted to shoot Elliott.
The latter fell upon Rudolph, and in the
straggle the revolver was discharged,
the bullet spending itself on some silver
in the business manager's pocket, thus
saving bis life. Rudolph was am--fed,
and refuses to talk.
Chase After a Villian.
Ikosgate, Va.t May 7. MiBs Mary
Pierson, a young woman who lived near
Saltpeter Gap, Botecourt county, was
letting her cows - out of the pasture,
when an unknown man stepped up be
hind her, grabbed her arm and shoved a
pistol in her face. He told her if she
spoke he would blow her brains out,
Then he tied her hands behind her, and
after a violent struggle forced her to
swallow a pill that made her uncon
scious. When she recovered she stag'
gered home and since then has been in
intense agony. Before the man could
be arrested he boarded a train bound for
Clifton Forge. On arrival at Glen Wil
ton, Conductor Harris received a tele
gram, giving an imperfect description of
the man. The conductor kept a close
watch, but as the train slowed up the
man jumped from the platform. Con
ductor Harris fired five shots as the
man took to the bushes, pursued by the
train crew and passengers, but in the
thick undergrowth he escaped. The
. mountain passes are guarded by armed
'. men, and if the girl's assailant is caught,
lynching will follow.
. Wool Made to Suffer.
Washington, May 6. While every
other interest has been taken care of in
the tariff bill, wool has been made to
suffer, yet any one democrat from the
three great wool producing states could
have wool protected if they would make
a stand. Brice of Ohio, White of Cali
ifornia, or either of the Texas senators
could, by insisting on protection, secure
the change. Other votes have been se
cured for the bill by senators standing
ont declaring .they would hot support
the bill unless they were granted what
they asked. Western senators are very
much surprised that White should stand
idly by while all the other senators are
grabbing what they want and allow the
wool industry of the west to be sacri
ficed. This is made especially pro
nounced because While claims, as the
only democrat west of Kansas, that the
whole west is dependent upon him as
its representative. It is known that
Brice does not care for wool, and finds
it profitable to attend to other matters
Dolph, Mitchell and other western re
publicans have been pleading with the
democrats not to sacrifice wool while
saving other things.
The Coxey Trial.
Washington, May 7. The trial of the
commonwealers was resumed today. The
; counsel for defense said he would prove
the arrest of defendants was most brutal
and the police used unwarranted force
in clubbing, not only the defendants
but also others. He also said he would
offer evidence that ' a conspiracy existed
to convict the defendants, beveral wit
nesses then testified to the peaceful de
meanor of the Coxey i tea at the capitol
and the violence of the police. Coxey
testified in his own defense, and told of
his efforts to get permission to speak
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report,
from the capitol steps, how he reached
the steps and bis being hustled from
there without being permitted to speak.
On cross-examination be said, as an
American, he thought he had the con
stitutional right to. speak.
Fry. Again on the March.
Indianapolis, May 7. General Frye
and an army of 200 filed out of camp to
day on- the march to Washington. Frye
said the roasting the local press had
given him had put $500 into his pocket.
He will reach Washington, he thinks,
with $2000 in the treasury from the sale
of bis book.
The Coxey Movement Condemned.
St. Paul, May 7. In the chamber of
commerce today General Andrews intro
duced resolutions condemning the indi
viduals, committees and states that aid
the Coxey movement, and urging the
settlement of the unemployed upon the
unoccupied government lands.
Randall's Army Divided. .'
Valpaeaiso, Ind., May 7. Dissatis
faction with Randall's methods resulted
in the revolt of a portion of that divis
ion of the Coxey army today, and the
men left Valparaiso as two armies.
Kelleyites Got a Meal.
Das Moines. Mav 7. The Kellevites
had a good meal this morning. Kelley
says he will start down the Des Moines
tomorrow, to T)e in Washington July 4.
Joseph Sullivan, better known as the
"Brooklyn Giant," died in Oakland yes
terday. He was 7 feet and 8 inches in
A Washington special says that the
proposition of the woolen manufactur
ers to the senate committee on the wool
tariff, is as follows : "The McKinley
tariff is ,to remain untouched till Janu
ary 1, 1895, then a reduction of 10 per
cent, is to be' made, fo1 lowed annually
by a similar redaction, until absolute
free-trade conditions are reached."
Representative Jerry Simpson, of
Kansas, is still confined to his room:
He has not been forgotten, however, for
his mail is heavier since his illness than
ever before. He receives on an average
300 letters a day.
They Want Names.
The Russel Art Publishing Co., of 928
Arch street, Philadelphia, desire . the
names and address of a few people in
every town who are interested in the
works of art, and to secure them they
offer to send free, "Cupid Guides the
Boat,", a superbly executed water color
picture, size 10x13 inches, -suitable for
framing, and sixteen other pictures
about same size, in colors, to anyone
sending them at once the names and ad
dress of ten persons (admirers of fine
pictures) together with six two-cent
stamps to cover expense of mailing, etc
The regular price of these pictures is
$1, but they can fce secured free by any
person fowarding the names and stamps
promptly. . .
Note The editor of' this paper has
already received copies of above pic
tures and considerSthem really "Gems
of art." 4t
Chronic Loosene.i of the Kowels.
Results from imperfect digestion. The
cause lies in the torpidity of the liver,
and the cure is take Simmon's Liver
Regulator to aid digestion, to stimulate
the dull and sluggish liver and to regu
late the bowels. '
It appears as if the people of the
United States were steadily reducing1
their consumption of quinine and other
cinchona alkaloids. Year after year
since 18S7 the importations of cinchona
bark have been diminished. In 1893 the
amount imported was less than half
that of 1887. Popular Science News.
Will Caklkton says the total output
of poetry in 1893 is nearly three mil
lion poems. Spring- was the theme of
two hundred and fifty thousand, de
spair one hundred thousand and dis
content ten thousand.
When Baiy was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When Bbe became Kiss, she clunij to Castoria.
When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria.
I 1 asssaw
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Has come not a little
knowledge as to cook
ery what to do, as well
as what not to do. Thus
we have learned to use
the most pure and per
fect and popular cook
ingmaterial for all frying:
and shortening purposes.
is the natural outcome
of the age, and it teaches
us not to use lard , but rath
er the new shortening,
which is far cleaner, and
more digestible than any
lard can be.
The success of Cotto
lene has called out worth
less imitations under
similar names. Lookout
for these! Ask your
Grocer for Cottolene,
and be sure that you get it.
Made only by
N. K. FAIRBANK. & CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
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The Agricultural College.
Joe Alexander, who graduated in 1891,
has been visiting bis numerous friends
at the O. A. C.
The lecture at the college chapel last
Friday night, subject "New Theory on
Tides," by Dr. G. O. Rogers of Massa
chusetts, was excellent. .
Prof. Coote says his asparagus and
pieplant were ready for use more than
three weeks ago. ' -
Pres. BI08S delivered an address be
fore the Loyal Legion, a society of old
war veterans, at Portland.
Prof. Pernot is just finishing pictures
of all the professors connected with the
Last week the senior class was given
two receptions, one by Prof. H. T.
French and the other by Prof. Pernot.
Prof. W. W. Brietow has been con
nected with the O. 'A. C. for eleven
years and this term is the first time be
has had a free hour during the course of
W. H. Buoy has recently traveled over
the greater part of Eastern Oregon and
Washington and has been over into
Idaho. He is at present teaching school
at Cleveland, Wash.
A returning game of baseball was
played Saturday May 5th between AI
bany and the O. A. C.j which resulted
in Albany's favor 13 to 20.
The Shakespearian dub that meets
each Tuesday evening at the residence
of Prof. Washburn's, are now enjoying
the study of the tragedy "Othello." .
To Whom it May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that by order
of the common council made and en
tered on the 3rd day of May, 1894, I was
authorized and directed to 'advertise the
matters substantially contained in the
docket o! city liens of the assessment of
property for the construction of an 8
inch terra cotta sewer in Lincoln street
as provided by special ordinance No.
286, which passed the common council
of Dalles City March 12th, 1894, and
was approved by the mayor March 13th,
That the assessments which have not
been paid upon the property as now ap
pears in said lien docket are as follows:
Lots 8 and 9,block 1 Trevitt's Ad- -
dition, Capt. McNolty . . . $49 SO
Lots 4, 5 and 6. block 1, Trevitt's
Addition, Mrs. Marv Booth... 73 95
Lot 3, block 1. Trevitt's Addition, .
J. L. Thompson : 24 65
Lots 1 and 2 and s Of 3, blork 5
Trevitt's Addn Catholic church 123 25
Lot 8, block 2, Trevitt's Addition
Mrs. T. W. Sparks 24 65
Lot 4, block 4, Trevitt's Addition, '
Mary Bonzey 24 65
That unless within five days from the
final publication of this notice, to-wit,
Monday, May 28th, 1894, as required by
Sec. 74 of the charter of Dalles City,
said sums above mentioned are not
wholly paid to the city treasurer and a
duplicate receipt therefor filed with the
recorder of Dalles City, the council will
order a warrant for the collection of the
same, to be issued by the recorder and
directed to the marshal. . "
Dated at Dalles City, Oregon, this 8th
day of May, 1894.
' Douglas S. Dofub, .
m8-14t ; Recorder of Dalles City.
. 4,000 rolls wall paper, fresh goods and
new designs, with borders and ceilings
to match, juit received, will be sold at
hard times prices. -tjel.
- Jos. T. Petkks & Co.
Lists ot Patents
firantorl frr Orocrrm and Washington
inventors this week. Reported by C. A.
SnOW C liO., BOllClIOra Ol
foreign patents, ' opp. United States
patent office, Washington, D. C. R. E.
Brackelsberg and G. G. Edwards,,Port
land, Oregon, switch-working mechan
ism; t M. .buck, opoKane, wasn., at
tachment for pails ; J. D. Bnrkhard, C.
H. Waterman, and J. D. Smith, Day
ton, Wash., plow; T. E. Clark, Cleone,
Ore., metal punch'; H. Lang, Tacoma,
Wash., smelting ores; R. McGabey,
Walla Wash., mower: W. R. Whipple,
Kellogg, Ore., surveying instrument.
All human history attests
That happiness for man, the hungry sinner!
And a good liver is absolutely essent
ial for appreciating a good dinner. Lord
Byron knew that as well as anybody.
One of his greatest regrets was for his
weak stomach. "God, man 1" his lord
ship would say, "why don't one of these
infernal doctors invent a liver medi
cine. Byron would never have asked that
question were he now living. Why?
Because he would have been using Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, an absolutely
sure cure for constipation, indigestion,
bilious attacks, and all derangements
of liver, stomach and bowels. There is
no griping or violence abont these pills,
and they're guaranteed to give satisfac
tion, or your money is refunded. Don't
live with the stomach ' wt-ak, when the
cure is within your reach for . 25 cents.
Thousands of enres follow the use of
Dr.. Safe's catarrh remedy. It's $500
reward for an incurable case.
To exchange lots in the town'of Win
ans for a good, large team of horses, also
a good farm wagon, spring .wagon, har
ness, plow, and harrow. I will be in
The Dalles, Sat. Aptil 28th, addrecs A.
Ross Winans, Hood River, Wasco Co.,
Or.' - .
Use Mexican Silver Stove Polish. '
HIGH RATES of INTEREST
Usually mean risk of Principal; but here is an ex
ception "where "both are secuie. Purchese your
lotlpii;, Bob ts ai?d 5'?oe, IJe., a t
And you -will
' : .rate of
VERY STYLISH. OF "WASHABLE
COLORS AND GOODS.
Especially for Waists. A Beautiful
and Extensive Line
A. M. WILLIAMS & GO.
WARNED TO STAY AWAY.
How Oar Forefathers Refrained from As
. "A man runs across some peculiar
things when looking up his ancestry,"
said a traveler the other day, accord
ing to the SV Louis Globe-Democrat.
"When investigating my own lineage
in New Hampshire-1 discovered that
Bay great-great-grandfather was
warned by a' town meeting not to come
into the town. I wondered what he
had done to make , himself obnoxious,
and when I learned that, notwith
standing the warning, he did move ' in
to the place, I admired his assurance
but thought him : lacking in self-respect.
The matter was explained to
me by the secretary of state. v It was
the custom for anyone intending; to
remove into a town to give notice of
such intention. At the next regular
town meeting1 he was warned, to stay
away, because the law provided that if
this was done the town would not be
liable for his support in case he be
came a pauper. It was not- a matter
of disgrace or personal ill-will, but
purely a precaution to cover possible
future financial reverses." '
The University of California register
for 1893-94 is in press. It shows a total
enrollment of 155 professors and in-:
structors and 1,884 students. The in
crease in attendance over last year is
S03, or 28 per cent. : The number is dis
tributed as follows: Graduate stu
dents, 55; undergraduates, 702; law.
133; medicine, 197; dentistry, 125;
pharmacy, 113. art department, 90.
Dr. S. F. Scott, Blue Ridge, Harrison
Co., Mo., says: ' 'For whooping' cough
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is excel
lent." By using it freely the dieease is
deprived of all dangerous consequences.
There is no danger in giving the Remedy
to babies, as it contains nothing injur
ions. ' 50 cent bottles for sale by Blakeley
A. Houghton, druggists.
Ask your dealer for Mexican Silver
effect a saving 'equal to two years' high
interest on the money youexp end.
For Infants and ChUdfeej. .
Castoria promotes Digestion, and'
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Sour
Stomach, -' Diarrhoea, and Feverishness-.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and its
Bleep natural. Castoria contains no
Morphine or other narcotic property. V
" Castoria Is ik well adapted to chOdren that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription,
known to me." if. A. Abcbib. M. I.,
- 111 South Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" For several years I haye'iecommenaed your
'Ostoria,' and shall always continue to do sn,
as i t has iOTaxiably produced beneficial reroiita. "
Eorwrjr F. Pardkk, M. D.,
125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
"The use of 'Castoria is so universal and
its merits to well known that it reems a work of
supererogation to endorse it. Few are the in
telligent families who do
not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
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Thm Cbhxavs Compart, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
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