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THE DAJLLES, OREGON, MONDAY, JUIY 16, 1894.
AND SHE KILLED HIM
Loan Kills Two Men, and His Wife
KNOX ARRESTED AT SACTAMEXTO
But Two Parties, Those Who Violate
the Law and Those Who
The Strike In Court.
Chicago, Jnly 13. Judge Grosscup
called the' grand jury before him thia
morning and instructed them if evidence
ia presented that the railway managers
agreed to have the mails or interstate
commerce stopped they are guilty of
conspiracy. Then , after hearing a state-
" ment from the foreman, the jurors de
cided to adjourn until Tuesday, in order
to return to their homes for Sunday.
In giving his consent the court said :
"It ia my duty to give you further in
structions. No man is above the law.
The line of criminality is drawn be
tween those who violate the law and
those who do not. The fact that a man
occupies a lower position does not pre
vent him from making known his griev
ances. Your door ought to be open to
all who may come with evidence that is
tangible and not based upon mere hear
say. It is stated in the public prints
that some of oar fellow citizens believe
that the interference with the mails and
interstate commerce was the result' of a
conspiracy among men higher in the
roads than the employes.
"If two or more men wrongfully agree,
either for the purpose of creating public
sympathy or for any other purpose, to
have the mails or interstate commerce
stopped, they are guilty of conspiracy.
If two or more men agree wrongfully
among themselves for the purpose of
creating public sympathy, to discbarge
men, intending that their discharge
would stop the passage of the mails or
interstate commerce, they are guilty of
conspiracy. If two or more men wrong
fully agree not to employ men to take
the places of men who had quit work,
and allowed trains to stand still in or
der to create public sympathy, they
would be guilty of conspiracy, unless
the circumstances were such that the
employment of new men would lead to
the danger bf those men or to the pub
lic interests. Every man is entitled to
bring his complaint in, if he bring it
with tangible evidence. It is the duty
as well as the pleasure of the district at
torney to submit such evidence to you if
it is presented, and it is your duty to
It is probable that the grand jury will
send for the telegrams sent and received
by the managers during the strike, as
was done with the telegrams of Debs
and other leaders of the strike. - The
grand jury adjourned until Tuesday, and
the investigation of the railways may
not begin till next week.
He Killed Two Men and Was Then
Killed by Hii Wife. ,
Lovelock, Nev., July 13. A. triple
murder, due to jealousy, occurred about
twenty miles from here last night.
Robert Logan shot and killed Dan
Lovelock and Fred Sullivan and was in
turn killed by his own- wife. Logan's
wife had applied for divorce, and Logan
was insanely jealous of her, and threat
ened to kill some of her - male friends.
A few days ago Mrs. Logan went to
. Cottonwood. Logan followed and at
tacked Dan Lovelock, the stage driver,
wounding him severely in the head.
Lovelock was unable to return here,
and Mrs. Logan drove the stage. She
returned to Cottonwood Wednesday to
bring Lovelock home. On the return
trip, Mrs. Logan drove, Lovelock was
on the front seat, and Fred Sullivan a
passenger, was on the rear seat.
At dusk Logan rode up, armed with a
Winchester, and said he was going to
town with his wife. ' He rode on behind
the stage, and after going some distance,
shot Sullivan from behind, tho bullet
passing' through bis heart. Then he
picked off Lovelock, and the second vic
tim fell dead in Mrs. Logan's lap.
Logan then said he was going to drive
the stage to a well five miles distant,
where he intended to throw the bodies
of the murdered men, after which he
was going to cut his" wife into small
pieces and throw her in after the men.
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Instead she pursuaded him to water the
horses, and when he stooped to secure a
bucket under the stage, she took a pistol
from Lovelock's pocket and shot her
husband. He cried for mercy, but she
shot again and he fell behind the stage.
She dismounted and gave him one more
bullet as a settler. She left Logan's
body lying in the dust and drove into
town with the other bodies. Lovelock
was stage proprietor and driver, and
there was no known Intimacy : between
him and the woman. The people here
denounce Logan as a coward and praise
Mrs. Logan's courage.
Will Benin t the Northwest.
Washington, July ,13. The appoint
ment ot Senator Dolph as one of the
conferrees on the river and harbor bill
means that many of the increases in
the bill for Oregon and Washington will
be retained. It is probable that the ap
propriation for the boat railway will
now stay in the bill. Squire called up
and passed the bill granting the
Colombia Irrigation Company the
right-of-way over the Yakima reserva
tion. The bill has passed the house,
and will no doubt be signed by the
president. Squire's canal project went
through the senate without the least
objection. An attack was made on the
boat railway, which Dolph defended.
Dae to the Round Pond 'Trouble.
Enid, O. T., July 13. A freight train
went through a email bridge near South
Enid today. A bent and braces in-, the
bridge bad been- sawed. Brakeman
Cordray and Harry Lyons", a painter,
were injured slightly. The wrecking is
supposed to be due to the Round Pond
trouble. At noon nearly 1000 people
began tearing up the railroad tracks
8ac.bamento, July 14. Harry Knox,
leader of the strikers, was arrested this
afternoon on a warrant charging him
with connection in ditching the train
Wednesday. His bonds are lixed at
To Work Up Sentiment.
Chicago, July 14. Directors of the
American Railway Union have decided
to send out men to work up a sentiment
in favor of the order.
The Gem Is Said to Be a Mass of Very
Sir R. Ball, who is fond of revealing
the marvelous, has been studying the
mysterious action of molecules; and
what he has to say concerning' the
movements of the molecules of a dia
mond is as truly surprising' as anything
he has told us about the sun and the
planets. Every body is composed of a
multitude of extremely, but not infi
nitely, small molecules, and it might
be thought, says Sir Robert (according
to a contributor in the Newcastle Eng
land Chronicle), that in a solid, at all
events, the little particles must be clus
tered together in a compact mass. But
the truth is far more wonderful. Were
the sensibility of our eyes increased so
as to make them a few million times
more powerful, it would be seen that
the diamond atoms, which form the
perfect gem when aggregated in suffi
cient myriads, are each in a condition
of rapid movement of the most com
Each molecule would be seen swing
ing to and fro with the utmost violence
among the neighboring molecules and
quivering from the shocks it receives
from encounters with other molecules,
which occur millions of times in each
second. The hardness and impenetra
bility so characteristic would at first
sight seem to refute the supposition
that it is no more than a cluster of
rapidly moving particles; but the well
known impenetrability of the gem
arises from the fact that, when attempt
is made to press a steel point into the
stone, it fails, because the rapidty mov
ing molecules of the stone batter the
metal with such extraordinary vehe
mence that they refuse to allow it to pen
etrate or even to mark the crystallized
surface. V hen glass is cut with a dia
mond the edge which seems so hard is
really composed of rapidly moving
atoms. The glass which is cut is also
merely a mass of moving molecules and
what seems to happen is that as the
diamond is pressed forward its several
particles, by their superior vigor, drive
the little particles of glass, out of the
way. . . .
She "What a fitting token of mar
ried love is the weddinjj ring!"' He
"It is. A ring has no end, and it also
has no beginning-. It is absolutely
without variety, and much easier put
on than taken off." Harlem Life.
Tn CnRONicLK is prepared to do all
kinds of job printing. :
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It is not only a health food,
but a healthy food a health
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It takes the place of hog's
Lard which is a notoriously
unhealthy food. A purely
vegetable product delicate,
digestible, and economical
--onetrial gives Cottolene
a permanent home in every
kitchen, whence it increases
the health' and enjoyment
of every member of the
family. Try it for yourself.
At all grocers.
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this condition. If yon are afflicted with
a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or
Chest trouble, and will use this remedy
as directed, giving it a fair trial, and ex
perience no benefit, you may return the
bottle and have yonr money refunded.
We could not make this offer did we not
know that Dr. King's New Discovery
copld be relied on. It never disappoints,
trial bottles free at Snipes & Kinersly's.
W. H. Nelson, who is in the drug
business at Kingville, Mo., has so much
confidence in Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy that he war
rants every bottle and offers to refund
the money to any customer who is not
satisfied after using it. Mr. Nelson
takes no risk in doing this because the
remedy is a certain cure for the diseases
for which it is intended and he knows
it. It is for sale by Blakely & Houghton.
There has been a great decline in
the shipbuilding industry in Norway
in the past three years, from an aggre
gate tonnage, steam and sail, of 31.133
in 1891 to' 15,876 tons last year. The
total tonnage of sailing ships built in
1891 amounted, to 14,267 tons; last yeir
it was but 3,789 tons.
BueUen'a Annoa Salve.
The best salve in the world for cats,
braises, sores, alcers, salt rheum,, fevei
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively-
cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale bv Snipes & Kin-
South Africa is having the hottest
summer known in fifty years. During
tne early part of last month the aver
age shade temperature at Cape Town
was 90 to 95 degrees, the heat in the
sun ranging from 130 to 150.
Malaria In any of Its Forms,
Chills and fever, congestive chilla, can
be prevented or cured by the nse of
Simmons Liver Regulator, a purely veg
etable medicine, superior to calomel and
quinine. ' '
' The foub seasons Pepper, mustard,
salt and vinegar. ,
Alias means "otherwise" e. g., he
was tall but she was alias.
for Voile and Grubs '
In my males and horses, I give Simmons
Liver Regulator. I have not lost ne
I gave it to.
E T. Taylok, Agt. for Grangers of Ga.
We again have an abundant supply of
dry fir and bard wood, for immediate
delivery at the lowest rates, and hope to
be fayored with a liberal share of the
trade. Jos. T. Petebs & Co.
Cheap Wall Paper.
Oyer 50 patterns, new and deeirable
designs, with borders to match, at very
low prices. Jos. T. Petees & Co.
. tjull. ,
To restore gray hair to its natural
color as in youth, cause ib to grow
abundant and strong, there is no better
preparation than Hall's Hair Renewer.
Feed wheat for sale cheap at Wasco
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' Just Arrived. -
ITew and Complete Stock of
INFANTS' and CHILDREN'S SHOES.
All Sizes, New Styles, and
the Latest Prices. '
Look out for our Special Adv.,
Friday and Saturday.
J . A M, WILLIAMS & CO.
For Infanta and Children.
Caatoria. promotoi Digestion, and
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Sour
Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Feverishness.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and its
sleep natural. Castoria - contains no
Morphine or other narcotic property.
" Castoria is no well adapted to children that
I recommend It as superior to any prescription
known to me." - H. A. Akcher, M. D.,
Ill South Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
For several years I have reeommeno'ed your
Castoria, and shall always continue to do so,
as it has invariably produced beneficial remits.''
Edwih F. Pardbx, M. D.,
125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
"The use of 'Castoria is so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work of
L supererogation to endorse it. Few are the in-
within easy reach."
Cabxos Hakttw, D. D.,
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Letters of Credit issued available in the
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Transfers sold on New York, Chicago, St.
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Seattle Wash., and various points in Or
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Collections made at all points, on fay.
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With a fins selection of
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And everything to be found in a first-class book
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J. 8. BCHIKCK,
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Deposits received, subject to Sight
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Collections made and proceeds promptly
remitted on day of collection.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on
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