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THE DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14,1895.
her and Son Lynched at
WAS NEATLY PLANNED
and Charles Vinson the Murderers
f John Herfc-man--No Cine to the
Perpetrators Died Game.
llensbukg. Wash., Aug. 14. At 12
pck last night the fire bell rang and a
Id congregated at the county jail in
w minutes. The battering on the
(I cage ior an uour ana a nan reauuuu
a the still night air, and at 1 :30 Sam
son and his eon. Charles, the mur-
i r i i t l e j
rs of Sunday, were led ont by a mob.
h ropes aronnd their necks, the vic-
s were walked three blocks; and a
11 silver popular tree, eight inches
liaineter, was chosen. Ropes were
bwn over the first limbs, and the
er and eon were hanled op by many
ing hands. . Their feet were not over
ot from the ground, and the two
h were chocked to death, with their
s within sis inches of each other.
romptly at 12 the bell rang, and al-
fet simultaneously the guards were
rpowered, and the outer jail doors
n passed. The steel cage was stub-
n, but the mob was determined. Af-
the wretches weie secured, they as-
oed dogged silence. The old man
er spoke, but Charlie pulled back
H struggled some. Both were hustled
ig, however, and several telegraph
s were tried without succeeding in
Ming a suitable place. When near
i fatal tree, young Vinson spoke his
y words, saying :
'I hate it on my mother's account.
bu'll be sorry for this." The last word
s ottered as the tightening of the rope
Joked off his breath. The father was
ung up a moment before his son, and
me one in the crowd said, as Charles
ia swung up:
'Your pa is up there; go np and eee
Eoth men were allowed to hang for
e time, and the crowd 'slowly dis-
rsed without firing a shot into the
dies. Thf ra were six other prisoners
the jail, but none were molested, and
body but the two murderers were hurt
ring the proceedings.
STORY OF THE MURDER.
Charles Vinson, who gave away the
kin robbers in the Nothern Pacific
lldup last April, with his father, was
unk and raising disturbances all day
huday. That evening about 6:45 they
tered the Teutonia saloon and picked
quarrel, during which Charles shot
ike Kohlopp, one of the proprietors.
pe ball entered his right breast, and
e victim died half an hour later.
John Bergman, well known as "Dutch
hn," went to the defense of Kohlopp,
jhen the elder Vinson ataboed him in
be right hi east, inflicting a horrible
ound, which proved fatal yesterday,
iter Kohlopp was shot he grappled
pang Vinson, threw him to the floor
nd dealt him several blows, but was
reed to desist by failing strength.
Both men immediately arrested and
at in-the steel cage in the couiity jail.
fei cement ran very high, bnt the of
jials took exra precautions abcut the
The Vinson were regarded as worth
ies. Charles having served one term
h the penitentiary. Both were quarrel
jo me, and always went armed and ready
b pick a. fight. . . '
Waller's Case Not Dropped.
Paris, Aug. 13. There ia absolutely
othing in the sensational atory cir
pal a ted by a New York newspaper to
the effect that United States Ambassa
dor Eustis has dropped the case of John
L. Waller, formerly United States con
sul at Tamatave, island of Madgaecar,
recently sentenced to a. period of 20
years imprisonment by a court-martial.
On the contrary, Eustis is pursuing the
matter most energetically and . hopes
soon to arrive at a satisfactory result.
SAU FOKSHAN'D UEilH.
Some Believe tie 01a Not Cnmmltt Sal:
elde, bnt. was Murdered.
Pbndleton, Or., Aug. 13. Investiga
tion has been going on for some time in
to the facta connected with the death of
Samuel H Foreman, a Pendleton citi
zen, who is supposed to have committed
suicide at Burns, Harney county, two
weeks ago. Some believe Foreman was
murdered. It is claimed here that word
came from Burns that Foreman was
found in the hallway of the hotel, lying
on his.face, with two ballet-holes in his
breast, while his own pistol was in his
room, with all of the ldads in it. It is
also alleged that the pistol used in kill
ing Foreman belonged to the man in
the next room. Burns is far in the in
terior, communication being' only by
Two boys found a dirk near the scene
of the Transfer house fire, covered with
blood. A young man who is sick in a
boarding-houee has been discovered by
the state's attorney, who says he heard
Whetstone and Moore, the men accused
of the murder, in the Hotel, counting
money and talking about the killing of
George Clacking. These incidents at
tach importance to the charge of in order
against the men. The examination has
been continued another dav.
Two Lives saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas.of Junction City,
111., was told by her doctors she had con
sumption and that there was no hope
for her, but two bottles Dr. King's New
Discovery completely cured her and she
says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eg
gers, 139 Florida St. San Francisco, suf
fered from a dreadful cold, approaching
Consumption, tried without result every
thing else, then Itought one bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery and in two weeks
was cored. He is naturally thankful.
It is such results, of which these are
samples, that prove the wonderful effi
cacy of this medicine in coughs and
colds. Free trial bottles at the Snipes
Kinersly Drag Co. ,9. -Regular size 50c.
The English Faillatnent.
London, Aug. 13. In the house oi
commons today the speaker, Mr. Will
iam C. Gully, took the chair at noon in
a semi-official attire.
The gentlemen ushers of the Black
Rod summoned the members to the
house of lords, where a royal commis
sion signified her majesty's confirmation
of the elections. Speaker Gully lateron,
returning to the house of commons, took
the chair ia the full robes of his office.
The members then proceeded to take
the oath, the speaker going through that
formality first of all.
Hanged for Murder.
York, England, Aug 13. Robert
Hudson, a young and highly educated
man, who ran through his own and bis
wife's fortunes, was hanged here today
for the mnrder of his wife and child on
Hemsley moor, Yorkshire, in June last.
He cut their throats and shot and bur
ied them on the moor. Before killing
them Hudson advertised for another
wife, ander the name of Hunter.
Valuable Property Involved.
San Francisco, Aug." 13. A local
paper says the heirs of Jose deJesua Noe
will soon bring suit to recover a vast
tract of land near Golden Gate Park
known aa the San Miguel rauche. The
property involved is estimated to be
worth $24,000,000. Tne suit will be
based on the alleged illegality of the
transfer of the land by Noe to William
S,. Horner in 1853'.
Mr. A. A. Snyder, Supt. Poor Farm,
Winneshelk Co., Ia., says: Last winter
Mr. Robert Leach osed two boxes of De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve and cured a
large running sore on his leg. Had
been ander care of . physicians for
months without obtaining relief. Sare
cure for Piles. Snipes-Kinersly Drag
CO. , ...
' Cholera Morbns is a dangerous' com
plaint, and often Is fatal in its results.
To avoid this you should use DeWitt's
Colic & Cholera Cure, as soon as the
6 ret symptoms appear. Snipes-Kinersly
R EGU LATO R
Reader, did you ever take Simmons
Liver Regulator, the "King op
Liver Medicines?" Everybody needs
take a" liver remedy. It is a sluggish or
diseased liver that impairs digestion
and causes constipation, when the waste
that should be carried off remains in
the body and poisons the whole system.
That dull, heavy feeling is due to a
torpid liver. Biliousness, . Headache,
Malaria and Indigestion are all liver
diseases. Keep the liver active by an
occasional dose of Simmons Liver Reg
ulator and you'll get rid of these trou
bles, and give tone to the whole sys
tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver
Regulator is better than Pills. It
does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly
refreshes and strengthens.
livery package has the Red Z
stamp on the wrapper. J. II.
Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia.
Now In Connecticut. ' -Bridgeport,
Conn., Ang. 13. Deme
trius Kallias Bey and his bride, who was
Mrs. P. T. Barnum, have arrived here.
Mr. and Mrs. "Kallias visited Mariena,
and afterwards Mr. Kallias went to the
Union Cartridge Comptny and placed a
large order for ammunition for the Tur
kish government. Acting under the
order of the saltan. Kallias inspected
the improved machinery used at the
There are so many 'accidents to live
stock whicn cause delay and loss to the
farmer in his work. In a large number
of instances the delay would be but
trifling if a remedy was promptly applied.
Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
ment has for-many years been regarded
as the farmer's friend. Its healing on
flesh of domestic animals is immediate
and permanent. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00
per bottle. For sale at Suipes-Kinersly
Turkish Village Burned.
Constantinople, Aug. 13. The voli
of Salonica telegraphed that a Bulgarian
band, numbering about 1000 men' at
tacked the village of Janakali, in the
district of Kirdbali, and burned 200
houses. Armenians are also said to
have killed 23 of the inhabitants of Jan
akali. The voli of Adrianople has sent
a similar dispatch, but he thinks the ac
counts are probably exaggerated.
"It is the best patent medicine in the
world" is what Mr. E. M. Hartman, of
Marquam, Oregon, says of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"What leads me to make this assertion
ia from the fact that dysentery in its
worst form was prevalent aronnd bere
last summer and it never took over two
or three doses of that remedy to effect a
complete care." For sale by Blakeley &
Telegraph Line Leased.
Minneapolis, Ang. 15. The North
American Telegraph Company, the
Northwestern ally of the Postal, has
leased the line of the Soo Telegraph
Company, extending alone the Soo rail
way and connecting with Canadian Paci
fic lines. This gives a North American
entrance into Winnipeg and brings it
Mr. C. G. . Strong, principal of the
public schools at Anderson, Cal., says:
"I have used Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and have found it an excellent remedy
for lameness and slight wounds."
Lameness usually results from a sprain,
or other injury, or from rheumatism, for
which'Chamberlain's Pain Balm is es
pecially intended and unequalled." It
affords almost immediate relief and in a
phort time effects a nermanent cure.
For sale by Blakeley & Houghton Drug
gist. ' .
Imperfect xligeetion and assimilation
produce disordered conditions of ' the
system, which grow and are confirmed
by neglect, , Dr. J. , II. Mi Lean's
Strengthening Cordial and Blood Puri
fier, by its tonic properties, cares in-'
digestion and gives tone to the stomach
$1,00 per bottle. -.
Our Second Annual
We have just opened 600 pair of Blankets to run during our -'Special.
Blanket Sale," which will 'greatly exceed, in all respects, any previous sales of 2 ,t
the kind. We guarantee every pair a Bargain. ;
for Infanta and Children. -
Costoria promotes Digestion, and
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Soar
Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Feverishness.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and its
sleep natural Costoria contains no
Morphine or other narcotic property, s
"Csxtnrla is ro well adapted to children Chat
I recommend It an superior to any prescription
.nown to me." JK. A. Abchkr. M. D.,
Ill South Oxford St, Brooklyn, N.Y.
" For several years I have reoommetiaed your .
08toria,snd thall always continue to do so,
as It baa invariably produced beneficial remits."
Edwih F. Pardkb, M. D.,
125th Street and 7th Avet, New York City.
The use of Castor ia is so universal and
Its merits to well known that it reems a work of
supererogation to endorse it. Few are the in
telllfcent families who do not keep Oaatoria
within eaay reach."
CKice Mabttw, D. P.,
New York City.
Thk Cshtacb GottMjrr, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
Mftdafhei and IVtntralaia cured by Dr.
MILES' PAIN PILLS. "One cent a dose." ,
For Ladies, Misses, Gents, Boys and Children, straight from their makers.
Commences Monday, Aug. 12.
in great variety.
' ' , . .......
at unmistakably SALE prices,
that will save you DOLLARS.
A M WILLIAMS & GO
FRENCH & CO.,
TRANSACT A. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESb
Letters of Credit issued available In the
Eastern States. -
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfers sold on New York, Chicago, St.
Louis, San Francisco, Portland Oregon,
Seattle Wash., and various points in Or
egon and Washington.
Collections made at all points on (av
J. 8. BCHBNCK,
J. M. PATTBR80M,
first Rational Bank.
THE DALLES. OREGON
A General Banking Business transacted
Deposits received, subject to Sight
Draft or Check.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
remitted on day of collection.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on'
New York, San Francisco and Port-
.. - land.
D.P.Thompson. - Jno. S.'Sciibnck;
Ed. M. Williams, Geo. A. Likbb.
i H. M. Bbaxl.
for little money.
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