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THE DALLES, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 18, 1896
FOR THE CORONATION
Visitors From All Over the
World at Moscow.
FETES WILL LAST THREE WEEKS
The American tetl" Decoration
uf the Kremlin Other For
Moscow, Itnesia, , May 16. This old
town ia rapidly filling up with visitors
from all parts of the world, who have
come to witness the ceremonies attend
ing the coronation of the czar and czar
ina, which will extend over a; period of
three weeks, 'beginning,' according to
program, with the arrival of their ma
jesties at the Petrovoski palace, outside
the city, on Monday, and ending with
their departure for St. Petersburg, June
The etreets are filled with people of all
nations aod delegates from all parts of
the empire. The weather, op to the
present, has been a little too cold to be
pleasant, but a change is expected before
the fetes begin. A question 'legarding
the precedence of Prince Henry of Prus
sia,' representing Emperor William of
Germany, and the Duke of Connaught,
representing Queen Victoria, has been
settled in favor of the latter.
. The American legation is the center of
attraction for Americans here. The lat
ter are headed byGeueral McD. McCook,
representing President Cleveland, and
the legation has been his headquarters.
The building is well situated, and affords
a fine view of the boulevards. It is very
handsomely decorated inside.
The decorations of the Kremlin are
about completed. The old domes have
been freshly gilded, and the richly
tinted towers are most picturesque.
The public is freely admitted, and . there
is a constant procession of pilgrims to
A decree has been promulgated pro
hibiting, during the . fetes, riding on
horseback or on bicycles in the streets,
or boating on the river. This step was
taken in view of the.immense crowds of
people expected here. '.
TUB CLKltM' AKOUSKO.
Emperor William Interferes With Their
Berlin, May 10. The German clergy,
Protestant and Catholic, are thorough lj
aroused in consequence of Emperor
William's telegram to Gehimrath
Hinzptr. regarding Dr. Stoecker, the ex
court chaplain and Christian-socialist
leader, which was published with bis
majesty's consent. This message was al
most brutally brusquejand read :
"The clergy must not meddle with
politics, because it is no concern of
This angered the clergymen, and the
whole clerical press has been expressing
indignation. . Dr. Stocker has made an
outspoken protest in his organ, the
Evangelical Church Gazette, in which
he-says the emperor, when still Prince
William, himself characterized the
Christian-social activity of the clergy as
a means of vanquishing socialism. Dr.
Stoeker added : . .
"Since Christian-social thought was
tabooed in Berlin, socialism reigns po
litically there. As I have begun, so
shall I continue. I leave the end to
Two of the leading clerical organs, the
Reichsbote and the- Volk, severely con
demn and deplore the publication of the
telegram, classing- it as ''inconsiderate"
and "unjust," and pointing out that
clergymen, by the constitution, are
granted the same rights as other citizens.
The Soman Catholic organs, Ger
mania and the Cologne Volks-Zeitung,
publish articles of a similar tone. The
socialist press denounce the telegram as
imperial interference with constitutional
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
.a '"IHT rtftJ
rights, and in various parts of Germany,
clerical synods have taken pains to ex
press confidence in Dr. Stoeker and his
methods and severely criticize his maj
M'KIKLEI AND THK A. P. A.
The Advisory- Board Decides ; That It
Washington, May 16. Today's ses
sion of the American Protective Associa
tion eupreme council was the most inter
esting of the-convention, because of the
action of the executive committee of the
advisory board in blacklisting Major Mc
Kinley as a presidential candidate was
to be reviewed. The report of the ad-
visory board npon the action of its com
mittee was made to the council late in
the session. .
' It was technically an endorsement of
the executive committee. It asserted in
substance that the executive 'committee
wris warranted, in- view of the evidence
presented, in placing -the ban on Mc
Kinley. but, in addition, it stated that a
further examination of the testimony by
the full board has convinced the mem
bers that the. witnesses were unreliable,
and that their statements were not cor
rect, therefore the board concludes Mc
Kinley should be placed upon the same
footing; as far as members of the A. P.
A. are concerned, with the other candi
dates for presidential nominations, and
not be discriminated against. '
"Appended to the report was a state
ment in writing by Delegate Hoddleson,
of California, who asserts that the com
mittee, of which he was chairman, in
terviewed McKinley at Canton, O., on
the 14th inst., and that the inter
view was satisfactory. Other members
of the committee are stated to have been
Delegate Vanfossen, Washington and S.
C. E. Zypt, state chairman of Kentucky.
Independent Candidate for Sheriff.
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office of sheriff of Wasco county,. Ore
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tion to be held on June 1, 1896.
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western country had ten per cent, of the money
paid eaxtern and foreign manufactures it would
make us all rich. Why not keep the money at
home by building up industries at home. Fac
tory and office at corner Second and Washington
Bts.; entrance at First National Bank.
. Hon. A. S. Bennett, Demrxjratic nom
inee for congress in the Second district,
will address the voters of the district at
the following places on the following
dates: ' r
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.
Alblna, Saturday, May 23d, at 8 p. m. .
The Dalles, Saturday, May 30th, at 8 p. m. .
Through trains, on the O. R. & N will
ran via Umatilla, Walla Walla and Pen
dleton. Through sleepers, first and sec
ond class will ran in connection with the
Union Prcific, the same as heretofore.
A through first-class sleeper from Port
land to Spokane, connecting with the
firet-claes sleeper to St. . Paul and a
through tourist sleeper from Portland to
St. Paul, will be ran in connection with
the Great Northern railway.
E. E. Lytxe, Agent.
Blakeley & Houghton desire as to pub
lish the following extract from a letter
of Chas. M. Gutfeld of Reedley; Fresno
county, Calif.,' as they 'handle the rem
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using this remedy .freely as soon as the
cold has been contracted it will cure the
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Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is hereby given that by an order of the
County Court of the State of Oregon for Waseo
County, made and entered on the 27th dav of
March, 1896, 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
1896, at 2 o'clock p. m. was fixed as. the
time, and the county court room in Dalles
City,Oregon, as the place for the hearing of said
final account and objections tbereto and the
settlement of said estate. All persons having
objections to said final account or the settlemeu t
of said estate, are hereby notified to present
them at said time and place.
m28-w5t GEO. A. LIEBE, Execntor.
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In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Wasco County. , .
Stella K. Eddy, Plaintiff, .
O. D. Taylor & Sarah K. Tnylor, State of Oregon
as Trustee for the use ofthe Common Kchool
Fund of Wasco County, Oregon. John Barger,
- Joseph A. Johnston and C. V. Cathcr, De
fendants. ' To O. t. Taylor, Sarah K. Tnylor, State of Ore
gon as Trustee forthe use of the Common School
.Fund of Wasco Ci uuty, Oiegon, John Barger,
Joeeph A. Johnston and C. W. Cather, De
fendants. In the name of the State of Oregon, You are
hereby required lo ay pear and answer the com
plaint riled 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 yon, '
or if served upon yon bj publication, then on or
before the 1st day of the next -regular term of
this court; and if you full so to answer, lor want
thereof, the Plaintiff will take judgment against
yon and apply to the court for the relief prayed,
for in her complaint.
This summons is served npon yon, the said
defendant Joseph A. Johnson, pursuaut to an
order made and entered in the above entitled
court by the Judge of the above entitled court
I on the bixtb day of April, 1896.
jiUJMioiuA s willow.
npr8-i . . Attorneys for plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon foz
Ralph P. Keycs, Plaintiff,
O It Taylor, Sarah K. Taylor, State of Oregon as
trustee for the use of the Common Bchoot
Fund of Wasco County, Oregon, John Barger.
Joseph A. Johnston, C. W. Cathrr and the Col
ombia River Fruit Company, a corporation.
To O. D. Taylor, Sarah K. Taylor, State of Ore-
gon as Trustee for the use of the Common
School Fund of Wasco County, Oregon, John
Barger, Joseph A. Johnston, C. W. Cather, de
In the name of' the State of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear and anawer the com
plaint filed against yon 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 f
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 ot '
this Court, and if you fail so to answer, for want '
then of, the plaintiff will take judgment againrt
you and apply to the Court for the relief piayed
for in his complaint.
This summons is served npon 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. 1896. "
HUNTINGTON & WIL80N.
apr8-l Attorneys for Plaintiff.
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