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THE DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1894.
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BRANCH ASYLUM CASE
Supreme Court eyerses the
AN OPINION BY JUDGE WOLVERTON,
fVIio Doei Not Consider the Constttu
' tlonal Fitor Can Remanded
for Farther Proceeding;.
Salem, Or., Oct. 16. In the supreme
court this morning the case of the state
of Oregon ex rel A. C. Taylor, respond
ent, vs. Sylvester Pennoyer et al, ap
pelant, appeal from Marion county,
judgment was reversed and the case re
manded for further proceedings. :; The
opinion of Wolverton in this -case wae
that the decision of the lower court was
based upon an objection made by the
defendant that the complaint does not
state facts sufficient to call into requisi
tiori the restaining powers of the court of
equity. : The court holds that it will not
consider the grave constitutional ques
tion until they are presented with facts
otherwise showing cause of suit.. The
questions presented are held to be in
effect the same as presented in the case
of Sherman vs. Bellows,' involving the
location and "erection !of "'the' SoldfeVs
home at Boseburg, and the holding of
the court approves that decision."1 The
decision sustains the demurrer to the
complaint and the cause is remanded to
the court -betow-with' directions to- sus
tain the demurrer .and take strch action
then as may seem proper. This is the
Eastern Oregon branch asylum injunc
tion case. . . : r ,
Judge Lord Talk Silver. '
San Francisco, Oct. 16. Judge Will
iam P.-Lord, governor-elect "of rOregdn,
is a guest at the Palace hotel with his
wife. Judge Lord and bis wife expect to
remain in the City a few days',1 arid will
then leave for the East on a pleasure
trip, going "by "way- of 'Denver' and St.
Louis to Delaware, where Judge Lord
will spend some time with his parents.
"There is a growing sentiment in
favor of the free coinage of silver," said
Judge Lord; in speaking of the 'political
situation in Oregon at the Palace last
evening. "That is only , among the
masses, however, and not among the
commercial classes'.' The way in which
that subject was bandied in our platform
had considerable to do with the success
of our ticket.' I find that the people of
Oregon attribute the industrial difficul
ties, the decline in the price of products
and the depreciation of property values
to the demonetization of silver, and they
believe there will be no return of pros
perity until silver is remonetized and
f 'laced on ah equality with gold.' How
hat is to be brought about is the subject
of dispute between the political parties.
They are all, practically, bi-metalists,
but the question of whether silver should
be restored through national legislation
or by an international agreement is the
question' 6ri Which thd argument hinges.
The populists are after the free and un
limited coinage of silver. The com
mercial classes are bimetalists, but only
in the sense that they believe silver
should be restored through an inter
national agreement." "They - will never
comei'inj'my bplbiou.'NEngland would
never agree, to it. The republicans- de
clared themselves to favor of the res tor
ation of silver-through national legisla
tion. That plank In our platform was
one of the causes of the big republican
victory in Oregon.' ".
Princess Allz's Religion.
:BauN,X)ct. 16. The Kreuae Zeitung
says Princess Alix of Hesse has obtained
concessions '' from the ' Russian holy
synod sucn as no princess in a like posi
tion ever before seoured in embracing
the orthodox faith." The princess will
not declare her former religion accursed,
nor state her conversion is doe to the
conviction that truth lies not with her
own, but with the Russian church. It
is added the holy synod will be satisfied
with a simple declaration if the princess
joins the Greek church to be of the same
religion as her future husband.
1 To Protect the Cinr. ,
Cobfc, Oct. 16. The Greek govern
mentot Corfu are taking measures for
the safety of the czar. Police are care
fully watching air strangers at Corfu,
'. ' ' Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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and all arrivals will be required to give
a good account of themselves.- The cha
teau of the king of Greece is being placed
in thorough order for the use of the czar.
Several Russian officials have already
-arrived -r-bere. '- Others-- arvexpected.
Police precautions "will include a patrol
of the shores of the whole island to pre
vent the landing of unauthorized strang
ers. The Attack of the Kaffirs.".
:LoND5tf, Oct.'I&.A dispatch received
today'by the Pall Mall' Gaiette, from
Johannesburg, confirms-. the fieuter dis
patches in regard to the attacks recently
made upon the Portuguese town of
Lourenzo ' Marques... - Delagoa - bay,
Southeast Africa. Nine Portuguese sol
diers and two white women were killed
in the attack Sunday. The Portuguese
declined the offer of the Transvaal re
public to send 500 Boers to the assist
ance of Lourenzo Marques,-' believing it
might not be 'easy to dislodge the' Boers.
' ! Peace Overtures Rejected. : . , '
London, Oct. 16. The Central News
claims to have the highest authority for
the statement that' overtures looking to
a" declaration of peace between China
arid- Japan were made yesrerday even
ing, but Japan rejected the proposals
made, considering them -inadequate.
According to the Central News, how
ever, there is every reason to - believe
the proposals were eminently satisfac
tory to China' ' and her representatives
signified . the . willingness . of their gov
ernment to acquiesce in them.
Prance and Madagascar.
ParIs, Oct. 16. Le Matin urges the
government to immediately proclaim an
enforced blockade of Madagascar ports,
and calls' upon i.tbe: minister of' foreign
affairs to fix the date. A member of the
chamber of deputies has prepared an in
terpellation urging an immediate de
declaration of war against Madagascar,
and "providing '' for the sending to the
island of 12,000 fresh troops. .
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- Another Gladstone Story.
..London, Oct. 16.-r- The World pub
lishes a story stating--that Gladstone's
retirement from active political lite was
for the purpose of taking holy orders,
and that if he retains bis health and re
gains his - eyesight,"he is Kkely to be or
dained in 1895. Gladstone denies the
Bis Grandfather's Monument. .
Weisbaden, Prussia, Oct. 16. Em
peror William will today unveil the
monument erected here to the memory
of his grandfather,' Emperor William I,
and this evening it is expected he will
formally open the new theater erected
by the town and subsidized by his ma
Shanghai, Oct. 16. It is reported
that Port Arthur, the Chinese strong
hold, where the Chinese fleet has been
recruiting since the battle of j the Yalu
river, has been captured by the Jap
' When persons are weak and languid,
from sickness or overwork, feel debil
itated' and-depresaed, it is an indication
that the blood is out of order, aud they
heed help to throw off the miserable
feeling:'.' The best remedy' for- tbisyipur-
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battle. - For sale by -the Snipes-Kinersly
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V The Japanese. Parliament.
LOnbSn, Oct. T.-A Yokohama dis
patch' says''1 large TQuinbei of Chinese
prisoners have arrived there.
The Japanese parliament met at Hiro
shima yesterday. '
Every mother should know that croup
can be prevented."'; The first symptom of
true croup : is hoarseness. This is fol
lowed by a peculiar rough cough. If
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given
freely "as soon ' as - the child becomes
hoarse or even after the cough has de
veloped it will prevent the attack. 50
cent! bottles' for "sale by Blakeley &
All county warrants registered prior
to January 1, will oe paid on pre
sentation at my office.' Interest ceases
after Sept. 10th. . Wm. Michkll, '
i ; . Countv Treasurer.
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which is a pure, perfect and
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The success of Cotto
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Look out for these. "All
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' There is but one valuable
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At leading Grocers. .
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"I don't know of any. one little thing
in which there has been a greater
change in '.recent Vears,? said a New
York citizen to a Snn man . the other
-day, "than the manner-tin-which.-th4
grocer j the baker- and the- butcher 'do
np the bundles that we are. to carry
home-. !l :-:'. i; :. .-, ,.,-t, .JUA .--....i.'-
. "It isn't so very many years ago that
the grocer would hand -.ns. a - loaf of
bread done -up in half 6f a'small sheet
of coarse brown paper, the paper, being
sb small that it left the - ends and fre
quently a strip of the side of the loaf
"Few grocers would think of handing
a loaf of bread to a customer in that
shape now. The great majority would
use paper of a mnch better quality
than was used m the old days; and
they would use a sheet of size sufficient
to cover the loaf completely and neat
ly, making a package that , anybody
would be quite willing to carry through
the streets. : If you wanted to carry
home a pound or two of chops the
butcher might first put them in a
brown paper as he used to do, but
most butchers would nowadays put
that bundle in a neat paper bag.
"At the baiter's rolls or cakes are
commonly put in . a paper bag-, and a
five-cent loaf of bread is done tip nicely
in paper of good quality and without
any - skimpiness whatever. It would
be the same with anything that we
might buy in any of these stores to
take home with us; it would be done
up in the best possible manner.
"One reason for this improvement is,
no t doubt, that paper is cheaper; an
other reason is the modern necessity
for doing things well in tho strife for
custom. In its present development
the sightly bundle marks our growing
refinement in the common affairs of
everyday life." , . , ...
A HARROWING ADVENTURE.
The Heroic Tint-ape of a Yonng Lady from
a Wild Animal.
' Not long ago, according to a Bowling
Green-(Ky.); exchange, . a young lady
was lying half awake m bed Suddenly
she; became' wholly awake with . the
consciousness that a - mouse was run
ning over her-, bosom. : She had - pres
ence of mind not to move, . reasoning
that the' mouse would presently run
away without harming her.- - But, in
stead, the little creature crept onto her
neck, and there nestled -' comfortably
down, -his - back -curled -'.against the
lower part of her- cheek, which lay - on
the pulow. The lady b blood was sim
ply frozen with horror, but she "did not
dare to move, fearing that the mouse
would bite her if she did. . .
- Collecting her wits, she resolved that
she would by a sudden and - mighty ef
fort : jump sidewise in the bed away
from the mouse, leaving him . high and
dry on the pillow, and then get quickly
up and out of the bed on the other side.
She would count three and jump.- She
counted one, two, three and . then did
not jump. The mouse nestled com
fortably closer to her neck. It was now
or never. She began again, and counted
one, two, three! This time she jumped
sidewise, downward, upward and every
where, and screamed besides at the top
of her voice. What became of the mouse
could not be learned, for when all the
family came, with lamps and pokers
and various other "weapons, to her aid,
no trice of tho oor little creature
could be found. - '
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