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ISAAC SWEARINGEN KILLED.
Bbot Xnwn la the Presence of Wife and
Children by John H. Campbell.
Th Prineville Review tella the follow
ing story of the murder of Inane Swear
iDgen by John Campbell, which occurred
Saturday, July 4th :
Isaac G. Swearingen and family have
lived on Newsooa creek for the paet 10
yesrs. The family consisted of the
father, mother and three daughters, the
eldest between 16 and 17 years of ag'
Domestic trouble had occurred in this
family, which caused the separation of
the father from his wife and children,
be going to a small cabin on the ranch
and residing there while he permitted
the family to continue in their home.
He was in Prineville the day before
his death and arrived home Friday even
ing about 11 o'clock and went up to his
cabin. When be arrived in the cabin
lie found John Gibson and family who
remained until morning. In the morn
ing the Gibeona and Swearingen went to
the barn of Swearingen, which is about
ninety yards from the bouse in which
Mrs. Swearingen and family live, and
got some provision, John Gibson remain
ing with Swearingen, helping him to
fix up for his harvest. They were en
gaged in fixing up a mower when
Swearingen went up to his cabin and
got a Winchester rifle, returning to the
barn, be put the gun down and went on
with his work. Previous to this he had
gone to the house and got a pan in order
to divide some provisions with Mr. Gib
son. After he had worked awhile he
wanted a drink and wanted Gibson to
go with him and get it. Gibson refused
to go. He then picked up his gun, started
to the front door and said to bis wife,
who met him here : "If he's bere I am
going to kill him ?" She replied, "He's
bere." Campbell stayed all night at
Mrs. Swearingen'8 and bis horee was
still tied at the fence that morning when
Swearingen and Gibeon were working at
Swearingen ou receiving the above re
ply entered the house and his wife at
tempted to take the gun away from him
and they scuffled through the bouse,
which consists of several rooms, on to
the back porch, both retaining a bold on
the gun. Then Campbell, who had
been in the bed room near the front
door appeared in the door opening on to
the porch, while the youngest daughter,
Myrtle, 11 years old, was begging him
"not to go to the door " "Don't shoot"
and like expressions, and at the same
time tried to keep him back. When he
appeared at the door Campbell said,"Ike,
if you have anything against me we will
.settle It now." At the same time, ac
jcording to Mrs. S testimony, Swear
ingen jerked the gun from her bands
and cocked and leveled it on Campbell,
ho stood in the door. She stated fur-
ther, that Campbell drew bis pistol
after be was covered ' with the Win
chester and shot Swearingen, the ball
jentering the breast , near the right
shoulder, between the first and second
Viba, and coming out 4 inches 'lower
and to the left of the spine, and at the
inquest, Dr. Belknap cut the bullet out
from under the lower of the shoulder
blade. The gun was a 45-calibre Colts.
John Gibson immediately ran to the
house and at the gate met Campbell and
the family, Campbell remarking "John,
it was a mighty bard thing to do, by
G d, I had to do it to save myself."
Swearingen was found . standing on the
edge of the porch holding to a post for
support. He said to Gibson : "John,
he's killed me. I'm dying, John, I'm
dying. He was behind the door." And
to another party he said : "He shot me
down like a dog." The Winchester was
not to be seen when Gibson appeared on
the scene. The gun had been removed
by Campbell, so Mrs. Swearingen testi
fied. Why after shooting a man he
should take the gun and give it to the
wife was not fully explained, and this is
one of the mysteries of the case. She
testified that she had taken the gun
from him on other occasions, but she
could not do it this time.
The shooting ocenrred batween S and
9 o'clock ia the morning and he died
about 1 o'clock p. m. The coroner held
the inquest on Sunday and last Tuesday
John Campbell was arraigned before
Judge Trink as a committing magistrate
on the charge of murder. He was
bound over without bonds.
TOO ENGLISH, YOU KNOW.
Stilted Phrase Do Hot Sound Well in
The Transcript has been appealed to
in a matter that has proved perplexing
in other families than that of the mother
who asks for advice. It is the question
of teaching children to refrain from say -i,jg,:"Ves,
sir," and "No, sir," and have
them repeat the name of the person ad
dressed in replying, as, "Yes, Mrs.
Smith," "Xo, mamma," and the like.
English children are taught that this is
correct, the reason assigned over there
being- that the endlessly reiterated "Sir
and "Ma'am" belong to the servants and
tradespeople, and i3 indicative of in
feriority. As the correspondent points
out, however, in France, where class dis
tinctions also exist, the monsieur and
mndame are not left off in polite society.
It. is laborious, as, many v. ill testify,
both to the small child and his listener,
to hear the struggles with his manners
iu this respect. He is often not sure of
the new name, and in his effort to do
as he has been told the artless talk of
the child becomes priggish and cum
be rsome, or if he abandons the attempt
altogether, his "Yes," and "Xo" sound
curt and unmannerly. A compromise
that has been known to be effective
is to teach the children of a household
to use: "Yes, mamma," "Xo, papa."
"Yes. Uncle Ned." and sb on, with the
familiar names of the family connec
tion, leaving the "Ma'ams" and "Sirs"
for the strangers who may come. This
distinction, says the mother who offers
it, is for the children while they are
young. When they are in their teens
it is easy to make them understand
the little niceties of courteous speech
and follow them correctly.
In summing up the matter, to refer
again to the Hcston controversy, this
paragraph is used: "No doubt, there is
such a thing as being too lavish in our
following of English manners, and the
li&tener is half inclined to think that
this may be one of the good many mat
ters in which it might have been just
as well to declare our independence as
in the matter of paying taxes on tea."
Choice iresh butter, 30 cents per roll
at J. H. Cross' feed and grocery store.
The Daiey McCormick Reaper, the
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loon, East End, The Dalles, Or.
Money! Money I Money!
To pay Wasco county warrants regis
tered prior to July 3, 1892. Interest
ceases after May 15, 1896.
myl8-tf County Treas.
Effective March 22d. The O. R. & N.
Co. will reduce their round trip rates
between Portland and The Dalles as fol
lows: Two day rate, good going Satur
day and returning Monday night, $3.
Ten day tickets $3.50. Good on all
trains. E. E. Lvtle,
m24-cUwtf . Agent
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office, The Dalles, Or., J
April 30, 1896. j
Notice Is hereby riven that the following
named settler has filed notice of his Intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the register
and receiver of the U. S. Land office, The Dalles,
Or., on June 13, 1896, viz.:.
William A. Doyle,
Hd E, No. 3787, for the NW, Sec 19, Tp 1 8 R 13
E, WM. .
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, viz : George W. Covert, J. A. Wagner,
and Pat Higgins, of Endersby, and Joseph
Means, The Dalles
ml-i J AS. F. MOORE, Register.
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Through Daily Trips (Sunday a er
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Dalles at 8 a.m., connecting at the Cas
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Steamer Dallea City leaves Portland
(Oak sc-cet dock) at 7 a. m., connect
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Lost A dark Jersey cow, branded
CL on left hip.- Has been from home
since Wednesday morning, June 2-tth.
Finder will please communicate with
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It's an old saying "The proof of the
pudding ia in the eating of it." And it
is because people have taken Simmons
Liver Regulator that they know it to be
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TUeae Must Co at Once.
A home with lot, worth $900 ; $750
takes it. Owner leaving city, and must
sell. Three lots only five blocks from
Court house. Lay in fair shape; $150
for the three. One tine business iot in
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EAST and SOUTH via
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Trains leave and are due to arrive at Portland.
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Salem and way stations
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through tickets to all points in the Eastern
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All above trains arrive at and depart from
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and 11 :30 p. m. on Saturday only.
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