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THE DALLES, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1895.
ILL NOT TOUCH THEM
EAT EXCITEMENT IX ELLENSBURG
kson Family Eefused
Bury Its Dead.
Action of the Lynchers Meets
falnljr With. Approval Officers
Will Take Action.
llensbubg, Wash., . Aug. 14. The
es of the Vinsoca were cut down
y this morning, taken to the under-
r's and prepared for burial. Their
ily was notified that the bodies were
heir disposal, bat they told the
pontics they would have nothing to
kith them. Consequently, the coun-
Jeill bnrv them. There has been no
ue excitement here today, bat more
the usual number of men have
p on the streets discussing the affair.
ond question, there is not a particle
kmpathy for 'the desperadoes. All
ede they only got what they de
ed, yet, while this feeling prevails
xtensively, it is a matter of very gen-
regret that the city, which bereto
has been so law-abiding, should be
light into eucb unpleasant notoriety,
ranch regret is expressed that the
was not allowed to take its course.
ile the jail- was being stormed, Judge
ves and Major Frost made an effort
et the militia company out, but so
hy people were camping in the moun
ts that they were unable to collect a
rd until the affair was over. No
her trouble of any kind is at all prob-
p, and affairs are rapidly assuming
Sir normal condition.
charged by the fire. This awoke her
husband, but too late to save her.
Leaders of the Mob Known.
acoma, Aug. 14. Deputy rTosecut-
VAttorney Will Graves, of RUensburg,
. t-h1 hero last nivht. Ha navR he
iws the identity of the leaders and
by members of the mob that lynched
Vinson's and that upon his return
Sllensburg, he will take immediate
3S to see that they are arrested and
liehed. He is informed that the
chers include man) of the most pro
tent farmers and businessmen in and
Jut Ellensburg. He believes that the
nger Vinson would have been con-
led of murder in the first decree and
1 j .i .
gea, ana comaemns me meinoa 01
bishment adopted by the mob.
Not Down on the Bills.
Buffalo, Aug. 14. James Corbett
B McVey, his spraring partner, creat-
eonslderable excitement at the Lv-
m boxing carnival by giving an ex
ition that was not down on the bill.
ring the second round of the- bout
rbett made a punching bag of McVey,
1 the latter, in a fit of resentment, at-
hp ted to clinch and throw Corbett, at
same time calling him hard names.
rbett pushed McVev to one side with
remark that if it was a fight he was
jer he would be satisfied in the next
nd. When time was called Corbett,
y pale, sprang to the center of the
g with toe qmckness ' of a cat and
1 tided him all over the stage. The row
a cut short by the master of ceremon-
and the two pugilists retired to their
their respective dressing-rooms.
Librarians In Session.
Denver Aug. 14. At the forenoon
session of the American Library Asso
ciation, Charles A. Nelson, Librarian of
Colifmbia college, New York, reported
the "List of American periodicals."
Miss Wily J. Wade, of the San Francis
co public library, read an interesting
paper on "Cataloguing in the Future."
Willian H. Brett, of the Cleveland pub
lic library discussed the "Use of Periodi
cals.' Committed Suicide
Dknvkb, Ang. 14. Edward J. John
son, a railway postal clerk, 29 years old,
running betweeu Denver and Glen wood
Springs, Colo., committed suicide today
by swallowing carbolic acid. He bad
been in the employ of the postoffice de
partment 11 years. Recently be bad
been suspected of irregularities, and of
ficers had been watching -him for several
days. It is scpposed be became aware
of this fact and killed himself on ac
count of it.
Two L.les Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas,of Junction City,
111., was told by herdoctors she had con
sumption and that there was no hope
for her, but two bottles Dr. King's New
Discovery completely cured ber and she
says it saved ber life. Mr. Thos. Jig
gers, 139 Florida St. San Francisco, suf
fered from a dreadful cold, approaching
Consumption, tried without result every
thing else, then ttought one bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery and in two weeks
was cared. 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 Snioes-
Kinersly Drag Co. ,8. Regular size 50c.
A Novel 4ugaestloa.
Minneapolis, Aug. 14. Captain Jud-
son JN. Cross, a prominent attorney,
mailed President Dole this afternoon a
letter containing the novel suggestion
that Hawaii elect delegates to the Amer
ican congress and demand that they be
seated on the same basis as territorial
delegates in congress. Captain Cross
says congress would seat them. He
maintains there are historical precedents
and logical reasons for such a course
Forest Fires on the 8 brand.
acoma, Aug. 14. Forest' fires
rning again and doing much damage
timber. In the woods south of Ta
na, quite a are la burning tonight.
wa cornea from Sbfjftbn that timber is
tning in every parf Mason county,
. the settlers-there are all on guard
keep their property-froni burning.
e hres . are particularly dangerous
Lund Shelton, where-extensive losg-
; operations are carried on, and the
ttered refuse burns like tinder. The
ging men at Shelton claim that the
ods should be back-fired in May and
ae to prevent such devastating fires
under the present law, back-firing is
Charleston, Mo., Aug. 15. Mrs. R
Martin, the wife of a prominent far
fir, living near tnis place, committed
icide in the smokehouse. Before she
ng herself she set fire to a lot of rub-
h in the smokehouse, and the flames
rned the rope which she was bung
th. The body fell into the fire and
ks terribly burned. - Several cartridge
at were among the rubbish were dis
Mr. A. A. Snyder, Sapt. Poor Farm,
Winnesbelk Co., Ia., says : Last winter
Mr. Robert Leach used two boxes of De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve and cured a
arge running sore on his leg. Had
been under care of physicians for
months without obtaining relief. Sure
cure for Piles. Snipes-Kinersly Drag
KnKSged to a Count
Boston, Apg. 14. At the Tremont
theater Miss Marie Millard confirmed
the report of her engagement to Count
Raoul de Brabant, of France. She eaid
she met her husband-to-be iu Paris two
years ago while she was studying there.
Their engagement, however, was not
formally agreed upon until Count de
Brabant came to this country about
thiee montn's ago. Miss Millard said
she would not be married until the con
clusion of her theatrical engagement
two years hence.
Ckawfobdsville, Ga., Aug. 14. The
democratic congressional convention of
the 10th district today renominated J. C,
Black by acclamation. The platform
is a compromise on the financial ques
tion. Black was elected on the face of
the returns atjtbe last election, but on
account of glaring irregularities resigned.
Tom Watson, a populist, has already
been nominated by the third party.
Cholera Morbus is a dangerous com
plaint, and often is fatal in its results.
To avoid this you should use De Witt's
Colic & Cholera Care, as soon as the
6 rst symptoms appear. Snipes-Kinersly
Will Be Dismissed.
San Francisco, Aug. 14. According
to a local paper, the indictment against
C. P. Huntington, of the Southern Pa
cific, for violating the interstate com
merce law by issuing a pass, will be dis
missed today. Jadge Morrow will be
asked to dismiss the indictment on the
recent ruling of the New York court in
the case. Huntington is expected to
arrive here this week.
Fry everything from potato
chips to doughnuts in Cotto
g lene. Put Cottolene in a cold
pan heat it slowly until it
S will delicately brown a bit of i
H bread in half a minute. Then
H put in your food. It will pay a
H you to try Cottolene just this
H way see how delicious and
H wholesome it makes the food. &
v3 Get tha frpnnlnA. Mnlri nvpnvhpm In am I T
Jsf three, and five pound tins, wlln trade
W marks "Ootinlene" and tteer'a head incol
M torpianl wreath on every tin.
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, St. Louis,
Mew fork, BMtaa,
Price of silver and Lead.
New; York, Ang. 14. Silver, 66c.
Lead ,'S 37 J$. , .
'Injunction Against Betting.
Chicago, Aug. 14. Judkie Gibb ns is
sued an injunction today stopping bet
ting at Harlem track. The injunction
was asked for by Attorney-General Mal-
There are so many accidents to live
stock wbicn 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 $1.1)0
per bottle. Dor sale at buipes-K-tuersly
secretary Yiiurbtrr 111. .
Niaqaba Falls, N. Y., Aug 14.
Henry T. Tburber, President Cleveland's
private secretary, is ill here. His indis
position is not serious.
It is the best patent medicine in the
world" is what Mr. E. M. Hartinan, of
Marquam, Oregon, says of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Wbat leads me to make this assertion
is from the fact that dysentery in its
worat form waa prevalent around here
last summer and it never took over two
or three doses of that remedy to effect a
complete cure." For sale by Blakeley &
One-Fair Hate Agreed On.
Dallas, Tex., Aug. 14. The general
passenger agents of Texas have agreed
on one fare for the round trip for the
Corbett-Fitzsimmons, and other glove
contests, to be held at Dallas, October 31
and immediately following dates.
Mr. C. ii. 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
short time effects a oermanent cure.
For 6ale by Blakeley Jc Houghton Drug
Broke the Record. '
Southampton, Aug. 14. The Ameri
can line steamer St. Louis arrived at 2
o'clock this afternoon and has broken
the best eastward record. . The St. Louis
left New YoJk August 7, clearing Sandy
Hook lightship at 1 :11 p. m. Her time
passage was 6 days 19 hours 43 minutes.
The best previous eastward record,
made July 3 last, waa 6 days. 22 boars 5
minates. The best westward record is
held by the Fuerst Bismarch.
Biros Taoonnlts Tead.
Lkipsic, Aug. 14. Baron Bernhard
Christian Tauchnitx, the celebrated pub
lisher, is dead. .
Our Second Annual
Commences Monday, Aug. 1 2.
in great variety. " ,
at unmistakably SALE prices.
that will save you DOLLARS.
We have just opened 600 pair, of Blankets to run during our "Special
Blanket Sale," which' will greatly exceed," in all respeets,any previous sales of
the kind. We guarantee every- pair a Bargain.
A M WILLIAMS & CO .
For Infants and Children. "
Caatoria promotes Digestion, and
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Soiir
Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Feverishnesa.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and its
sleep natural. 1 Caatoria, contains no
Morpliine or other narcotic property.
H Castnria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend It aa superior to any prescription
.tnown to me." H. A; Akchis. M. I.,
Ill South Oxford St Brooklyn, N.T.
For several years I ha-re reoommeil3d your
Ostoria,' and shall always continue to do so,
as it has invariably produced beneficial results."
dwk F. PiRDSK, M. D.,
125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
' "The use of 'Castoris,' is so universal and
Its merits ro well known that it reems a work of
supererogation to endorse it. Few are the in
telligent families who do not keep Cautoria
within easy reach."
CSKTiOB Mahttw. P. P..
New York City.
Thc Camwnt Ooupjurr, 77 Murray Street, N. T.
FRENCH & CO.,
TRANSACT A GENKEALBANKLNG BUSINESS
Letters of Credit issued available in the
Sight Exchange . and. Telegraphic
Transfers sold on New York, Chicago, St.
Louie, San Francisco, Portland Oregon,
Seattle Wash., and various points in Or
mmn and Waflhinsrton.
Collections made at all points on fav-1
J. o. BCHBMCK,
J. M. Fattbbsok,
first Rational Bank.
THE DALLES. - - - OREGON
Mfi'-atlftrJiG and Neuralgia cured by Dr.
MILES' PAIN PILLti. "One cent a dose."
A General Banking Business transacted
Deposits received, subject to bignt
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-
D. P. Thompson. Jno. 8. Sgbiici.
Ed. M. Williams, Gko. A. Liibi.
H. M. Bkall,
Picture . Mouldings
BOSS, CASH NEWEST COODS BOSS CASH
STRE. for little money. : STORE.
1 1 Clothing, parnism
r Boots and Shoes,
For Ladies, Misses, Gents, Boys and Children, straight from their makers.
LOWEST. CAPS xmfoi