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THE DALLES, OREGON, . TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1896.
Shah's Assassin One of His
HAD BEEN CONVICTED OF TREASON
Bat Wan Liberated and Pensioned by
Kaar-ed-DIn 1'ollce Anthurl
Teheban, May 4. (Copyright, Asso
ciated Prese.) It has been definitely as
certained that the assassin of the late
Bhah of Persia, Nasr-ed-Din, is Mollah
Reza, follower of a well-known agitator,
Sheikh Jem! Aleddio, who was exiled in
1891, after having been convicted of high
treason. - Reza was also imprisoned for
treason, bnt was subsequently liberated.
After his release he continued his at
tacks upon the government, and again
imprisoned and once more released and
was actually granted a pension by the
shah. In spite of the clemency shown
him, Reza continued bis agitation
against the government and when
warned that he would again be arrested,
he -suddenly left this city.
He was next heard of at - Constanti
nople. Instructions were telegraphed to
that city to have the Persian agitator
-closely watched. Additional reports
from Constantinople advised the govern
ment that Reza was corresponding with
Sheikh Jemi Aleddin, when, it is pre
sumed, their plans for the assassination
of the shah were laid.
About two months ago Reza quietly
left Constantinople and for a time all
trace of him was lost. Recently his
presence here has been known to the
police authorities and they are blamed
for not having caused his arrest. They
excuse themselves on the ground that
the late shah's clemency to the assassin
was exercised under the belief, founded
on reports of physicians, that Reza was
: of unsound mind and it ' was believed
that even if taken into custody once
more, he would only be released by the
shah's orders. Since his arrest for the
shah, Reza has been closely questioned
by the judicial authorities. At first be
professed to have acted entirely of his
own accord and in the interests of his
people to whom, he claimed, reforms to
which they were justly entitled,- had
Later the prisoner confessed that the
assassination of the shah was the out
come of a long-planned conspiracy. He
' was chosen to do the deed, and waited
two months for a favorable chance to
ehoot the shah. The assassin also ad
niitted that upon many occasions he had
succeeded in approaching the late shah
under various disguises, but it was not
until Friday last, in the moeque of Shah
Abdul Azin, that he got near enough to
. fire the fatal shot.
The murderer has admitted that eight
persons were in the conspiracy. Two,
who have been arrested, are the prison
er's nieces. They were domestics em
ployed in the harem of the shah. Reza
has confessed that the girls kept the
conspirators informed regarding the
movements of the shah, and Friday
morning ine cnosen assassin was in
formed that the shah intended to visit
the shrine of Sultan Abdul Azin. Fi
nally Reza informed the authorities that
he intended to commit suicide by blow
ing out his brains, but was disarmed be
fore he could carry out his intention.
TH K PIN AR DDL RIO BATTLE.
All Havana Discussing Antonio Maceo'
Late Tic tor jr.
Nkw York, May 4. A Herald dis
patch from Havana, says:
All Havana is anxiously discussing
the battle in the mountains of Pinar del
Rio province. It is believed that the in
surgents who persistently attacked Gen
eral Ynclan's troops far back from Caca
rajicara to the sea, was led by Maceo in
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
v7r w n rm
person. The stronghold stormed by
Ynclan's forces was not, properly speak-
ine, a fort. There is an old ranch on
the top of the stony hill at Caracajicara,
whose sides form a precipitous descent
to the road which winds through bold
rocks and are not wide enough for a col
umn to spread out to advantage. There
is little timber or brush around there.
The insurgents fortified the road in two
places by. barricades, one above the
other, with the intention of preventing
the Spanish troops from reaching the
hille, where the main rebel camp is
located. The officials say that the in
purgents fought desperately and that the
results given prove they had every ad
vantage of the situation. They poured
down shot from above upon the troops,
who were practically shut in a cut in the
ravine, it is supposed that rebels were
bent from the point of attack to notify
Antonio Maceo who hurried forward to
attack Ynclan. Officials reports say
that he was rei eatedly repulsed. ,
AIP fOB INSURGENTS.
Supposed Cuban Expedition
From Atlanclo City.
New York, May 3. A World special
from Atlantic City, N. J., says:
While the board walk and beach were
crowded with visitor last night, a large,
rakish steamer stopped within a mile of
shore and lowered four boats, which
made for the ocean pier. As they neared
the pier a large crowd gathered there.
When the boats came up, a score of
silent, swarthy men forced their way to
the front and as soon as the boats
touched the landing stage,' they leaped
into them and were immediately rowed
to the steamer, which bad not anchored,
but kept circling about with all steam
up. Just as soon as the strangers were
put on board the mysterious craft made
off with all speed to the southwest.
The general opinion among seafaring
men here is that another Cuban expedi
tion has successfully got away and that
the steamer already bad on board arms
and ammunition. . ' ' "
It is reported from the vicinity of Eo
cene that the : fruit crop is badly dam
aged, and if the rains continue much
loneer it will be entirely ruined.
The eteauier Mexico sailed from Port
Townsend Sunday with 210 passengers
for Alaska. It is said that a majority of
the Mexico's passengers are experienced
miners, who have been to Alaska before,
and who are well supplied with provi
sions and money.
An effort will be made during the
coming summer to arrange a general en
campment of the Second regiment, O
N. G. Some of the companies of the
regiment have enough money saved to
defray their expenses during the en
campment, and it is hoped that all com
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Hon. A. S. Bennett, Democratic nom
inee for congress in the Second district.
will address the voters of the district at
the following places on the following
dates: " . : ' '
North Powder, Wednesday. May 6, at 1:30 p. m.
Baker City, Thursday, Way 7th, at 7:30 p. m.
Eeppner, Saturday, May 9th, at 1 :30 p. m.
Condon, Monday, May 11th, at 1 -.30 p. m.
Fossil, Tuesday, May 12th, at 1:30 p. m.
Moro, Wednesday, May 13th, at 2 p.m.
Grass Valley, Thursday, May 14th, at 1:30 p. m.
Dufur, Saturday, May 16th, at 1:30 p. m.
St. Helens, Monday, May 18th, at 7:80 p. m.
Astoria, Tuesday, May 19th, at 8 p. m.
Troutdale, Wednesday, May 20th, at 7:30 p. m.
Portland, Thursday, May 21st, at 8 p. m..
Albina, Satu: clay. May 23d, at 8 p. m.
The Dalles, Saturday, May 30th, at 8 p. m. .
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prior to April 1, 1892, presented at his
office, corner Third and Washington,
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In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
' Wasco County.
Ralph P. Keyes,' Plaintiff,
O l Taylor, Sarah K. Taylor, Stato of Oregon as
trustee for the use of the Common School
Fund of Wasco County, Oregon, John Barger.
Joseph A. Johnston, C. W. Cuthor and th e Col
umbia River Fruit Company, a corporation,
To O. 1). Taylor, Sarah K. Taylor, State of Ore-
fon as Trustee for the use of the Common
chO'il Fund of Wasco County, Oregon, John
Barger, Joseph A. Johnston, C. W. Cather, de
fendants: Intbenameof the State of Oregon, You are
hereby required to appear and anver the com
plaint filed against you -in the above entitled
suit within ten days from the date of the service
of this summons upon you, if served within this
county; or if served within any other county of
this state, then within twenty days from the
date of the service of this summons upon you;
or if served upon you by publication, then on or
before the first day of the next regular term of
this Court, and if you fail so to answer, for want
ther, of, the plaintiff will take judgment against
you and apply to the Court for the relief piayed
for in bis complaint. .
This summons is served upon yon, the said
defendent, Joseph A. Johnston, pursuant to an
order made and entered in the above entitled
court bv the Judge of the above entitled court
on the 6th day of April, 1S96.
- HUNTINGTON & WILSON,
api8-I Attorneys for Plaintiff.
By virtue ofAan execution Issued out
of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon on the 29th. day of February, 1896, in a
suit therein pending wherein C. W. Cather is
plain'iff and O. D. Taylor, Sarah K. Taylor,
Joseph A. Johnson. John Barger, State of Ore
gon, as trustee for the use of the common school
fund of Wasco county, Oregon, and Mis. Caro
line S. Breese, are defendants, to me directed
and commanding me to sell all of the following
described real property lying and situate in
Wasco county. Oregon, to-wit: Lots seven and
eight in block twenty-fonr in Bigelow's Bluff
Aoamon to uaues jity. uregon, together with
all and singular the tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertali ine, to satisfy the sum of
$1115.72 and interest thereon at the rate of eight
per cent per annum from the 2 1st day of June,
1895, and the further sum of 1100 and interest
thereon at said rate from said last named date,
attorney's fees, and the further sum of 125 costs
and disbursements: I will, on the 6th dav of
May, 189G, at the hour ol 2 o'clock p. m. of said
day at the courthouse door in Dalles City, Ore
gon, sen to ue nignesc Diaaer lor casn in nana,
all of said real property, to satisfy said sums and
interest and the costs of such sale.
. T. J. DRIVER,
apr8-i Sheriff of Wasco County, Or.
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is hereby given that bv an order of the
County Court of the State of Oregon for Wasco
iunty, maae ana enterea on the Z7tn dav ox
March, 1806, in the mattei of the estate of Wil
liam II. McAtee, deceased, upon the filing
of the final account of the executor of
said estate, Monday, the 4th day of May
1S96, at 2 o'clock p. m. was fixed as the
time, and the county court room in Dalles
city, uregon, as ine place lor the hearing of said
final account and objections thereto and the
settlement of said estate. - All persons having
objections to said final account or the settlement
of said estate, axe hereby notified to present
uieui aiwui umuaiiu puce.
nit-ivSt., . . . j GJSO. A. LIEBE, Executor.
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Plaids, Stripes and Checks. -
Regular 15c, 20c and 25c yard,. '
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129 Second St.,
THE DALLES, - -
Hay and Grain for Sale
Ward, Kerns & Robertson's Stable,
Corner Fourth and Federal Sts.
decl-lm ' '"'
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has I een dnly appointed assignee of the estate
of R. E. Williams, an insolvent debtor, by
proper deed of conveyance, of all the property
of said insolvent debtor, to the undersigned, in
trust for the benefit of all the creditors of said
insolvent debtor. All persons having claims
against said insolvent debtor, will present the
same properly verified to the undertigned at his
oiilce, in the Chroiucle building, on tne easterly
side of Washington cereet, north of Second
street, in Dalle City, Wasco County, Oregon,
within three mouths from the date of this
notice, .February 4, 1896. '
A. 8. MacALLISTER,
Assignee of the estate of it. E. Williams, an
insolvent debtor. feb5-5t
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In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Stella K. Eddy, Plaintiff, '
O. D. Taylor & Sarah K. Taylor, Btate of Oregon .
as Trustee for the use ofZthe Common KcbooL
: Fund of Wasco County, Oregon, John Barger.
Joseph A. Johnston and C. W. Cather, Xe
To O. 1. Taylor. Sarah K. Taylor, Btate of Ore-
fon as Trustee fortne use of the Common Behoof
und of Wasco C U'.ity, Oiegon, John Barper.
.epb A. Johuston and C. W. Cather, De
fendants. In the name of the State of Oregon, You are
hereby required to appear and answer the com
plaint tiled against you in the above entitled
suit within ten days from the date of the service
of this Summons Ufon yon, it served within this
County; or if served within any other County of
this State, then within twenty das from the
dte of the service of this Summons upon you,
or if served upon you b publication, then on or
before the 1st day of the next regular term of
this court: and if yon fail so to answer, for want .
thereof, the l'luintirt will take judgment ugainst
yon and apply to t lie. court for the relief pruyed
for in ber complaint.
This summons is served nnon von. the said
- defendant Joseph A. Johnson, pursuant to an
: order made and entered in the nhnvp pnritll
j court by the Judge of the above entitled court
on the sixth day of April, irh.
. HUNHNUTOX & WILSON.
apr8-i Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Notice is hereby given, that tinier and by vir- '
tue of an execution and order of sale, issued out .
of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Wasco, on the 6th day of Aprils
1896, nnon a decree given and rendered therein '
in a cause wherein V. W. Dietzel was plaintiff
and O. M. B urland, George A. Liebe, and K. C. -Pease
and Robert Mays, partners doing business
under the name of Pease & Mays, were defend
ants, and to me directed and commanding me
to sell the premises hereinafter mentioned to
satisfy the judgment ol the plaintiff for the sum
of 1,400, with interest thereon at ten percent,
per annum from the 16tb;dayof May, 1895, and
the further sum of f 150 attorney's fees, and the
further sum ol $15 costs, I will on Saturday, the .
16th duy of May, 1896, at the hour of 1 o'clock p.
m., sell at the courthouse door in Dalles -City,
in Wasco County. State of Oregon, at publio
auction, to the highest bidder for cash in hand,
for the purpose of satisfying said judgment and .
decree, the following described laluds and pre
The southwest quarter of section 18, towuahin
2 south, range 14 east, W. M., containing 157-41-100
-The northwest quarter of section is, township.
2 South, range 14 east, W. M., containing 16t
The southwest - Quarter of the northeast nnar- '
ter, the west half of the southeast quarter aidt
the southeut quarter of the southeast quarter of
section is, l ownsnip 1 s
M., containing 160 acres.
The southeast quarter of the northwest Quar
ter and the northexst quarter of the southwest
quarter, and the west half of the soulheat quar
ter of section T, township 2 south, range 14 east,
containing 1U) acres.
- T. J. DRIVER,
apr8-i Sheriff Wasco County.
J M. RANK, M.
Physician and Surgeon,
Rooms 44 and 45. Office hours, 9 to 11 a, m.,
and 2 to 4, and 7 to t p. m. Phone. No. 268.; .
. Cows for eale. Inquire of or address
C. A. Cramer, Hosier. - ; '