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THE DALLES, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1896
SHE IS AT' LIBERTY
Tears, Doctors and Wealth
Set Mrs. Castle Free.
COXEY MAKES A NEW PLATFORM
Altgeld Will Be Nominated for Senator
by the Illinois Democraby, .fast
London, Nov. 10. Mre. Walter M.
Castle, of San Francisco, sentenced at
the Clerken.well sessions Friday last to
three months' imprisonment without
hard labor, after having pleaded guilty
by advice of ber counsel to a charge of
shop-lifting, was released from Worm
wood Scrubbs prison today on medical
grounds, by order ol tbe borne secretary,
Sir Matthew White Ridley. Tbe com
missioner of prisons, it appears, directed
the medical board to inquire into and
report upon tbe health of Mrs. Castle,
whose condition was causing anxiety to
prisoa authorities. She was watched
day and night by special attendants at
the infirmary and shown every atten
tion possible. The commissioners alter
receiving tbcr report of the medical board
on the state of Mrs. Castle's health,
communicated witb the home secretary,
who promptly ordered her release from
prison and that she be placed in the
care of her husband, who has under
taken to take her back to tbe United
States witb the least possible delay.
Mr. Castle called at tbe home office at
11 o'clock and was informed that bis
wife would be released at 1 o'clock. Ac
companied by a nurse be entered a car
riage and drove to Wormwood Scrnbbs
prison, where he arrived at 12:45 p.m.
The jailers ushered him into tbe waiting-room,
and after a brief delay Deputy
Northy granted the unusual permission
for the carriage to enter the gates and
drive to the door of the hospital prison.
Mr. Castle and nurse alighted and
went to' the door, and a few moments
later Mrs. Castle, dressed in black, was
almost carried out of tbe hospital by the
female attendants. She was deathly
pale, and her face was tearstained. She
appeared to be on the verge of a col
lapse, and 'sank faintirjg into her hus
band's arms. He tenderly embraced
and tried to console ber. The nurse en
veloped Mrs. Castle's face in a heavy
veil, wrapped ber up in a shawl and as
sisted her to tbe carriage, where ber
head fell on ber husband's shoulder,
and she sobbed hysterically. As the
carriage passed out of the prison gates
the driver applied the whip and drove
While Mr. Castle was in the waiting
room of the prison he was interviewed
by a representative of the Associated
press. He said :
"I feel twenty years .younger and as
though the nigbtmrre of tbe padt month
had vanished. My wife was informed
last night that I would come for her to
day. Sfie was utterly prostrated yes
terday. I shall immediately retire to
the country, place my wife under a doc
tor's care and endeavor to restore ber
health in order to permit her speedy re
turn to America. I desire especially to
thank the Associated Press for its kind
ness to me and mine for the manner in
which it has placed the matter before
the American newspapers."
Bernard Abrahams, of the counsel for
Castle, received the following note from
tbe home office last evening ; - "Pris
oner, Ella Castle, wiH be released on ac
count of her mental and pbysicial con
dition and other circumstances. (Signed),
Digbt, Under Seer etary.
Shot a Follow Hobo.
Robebcbg, Or., Nov. 10. A quarrel
among hobos this afternoon resulted in
one of them purchasing a Winchester at
a second-hand store near the railroad
station. He passed through the station
New thought to you per
hapsthat tea is inspiring.
Schilling s Best tea is
new to you then.
At grocers' in packages
A Schilling St Company
A cream of tartar baking oowder. Hitrhest of
all In leavening strength. Latest United States
Government ooa Keport.
KOYiL BAKING rOWDIB JO., SeT XOTK
yard a short distance, met one of a party
and deliberately shot him in the lower
part of tbe body. He would have shot
him again, but bystanders begged bim
not" to do eo. Tbe hobo then shouldered
his gun and crossed tbe TJmpqua bridge
toward Coos bay. After some delay a
depaty sheriff started in . pursuit. The
nanes of those concerned are unknown.
This is the second tramp that has been
seriously injured here this week, and
the man who did the shooting today is
supposed to have committed the first
Coxey New Platform.
Cleveland, Nov. 10. J. S. Coxey has
a new doctrine for 1900. His platform
declared for the demonetization of gold
as well as of silver, state ownership of
railroads, highways, waterways, tele
graph and telephone lines ; municipal
ownership of street-cars, water works,
market-houses, electric light and gas
plants ; employment of surplus labor in
public works ; woman's sufirage ; state
control of the liquor traffic and the elec
tion of president by direct vote of the
Coxey had called a conference . of all
the friends of the initiative and referen
dum and advocates of tbe above prin
ciples at tbe Lindell hotel, St. Louie, for
January 12 next.
Strang; Disease Killing; Touns; Balmom.
Obegon City, Nov. 19. A strange dis
ease has developed in the young salmon
at tbe Clackamas hatchery, by which
about half of the 2,000,000 brought from
the Salmon river have been destroyed.
The only visible sign of the disease is a
white spot on the belly of the young
fish, and in every case it appears to be
fatal.' Superintendent Hubbard will
send specimens that have died of the
strange malady to Washington for ex
Harney County for Bryan.
Btjbns, Or., Nov. 8. The official count
of this county will not be made for sev
eral days, but all the precincts are now
in but one, and that will give most of its
vote for tbe Bryan electors, which will
make the county about 255 majority for
Bryan. This is not official, but it will
not vary more than one or two fiom tbe
State op Ohio, Citt of Toledo)
Lucas County, J
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner of tbe firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and state afore
said, and that said firm . will pay tbe
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of Catarrh that can not be
cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1896.
A W. Gleason,
seal Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly and acts directly on the blood and
macuos surfaces of tbe system. Send
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. . ' . . F. J.. Cheney a Co., Toledo, O.
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Telephones 128 and 255. Ring 'em
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TO MAINTAIN DESCIPLINE,
Illinois Democrats Will Nominate Alt
geld for Senator.
Chicago, Nov. 10. Governor Altgeld
will be nominated for United States
senator by the Democrats of the general
assembly next January. This action,
although merely complimentary, is in
tended to be the response of the regular
Democratic organization to the talk
about dropping Altgeld from the sliver
movement. The original intention had
been to compliment Samuel P. McCon-
nell with the Democratic vote for sena
tor, but the predictions of Governor Alt-
geld's enforced retirement have led to
tbe change of program. The announce
ment of the change was formally made
at the Democratic county headquarters
Aside from other considerations tbe
nomination of Altgeld is expected to
maintain discipline amoung Democrats
in a way that no other nomination, not
even of McConnell would. That is, the
governor's nomination is looked upon as
certain to result 'in every Democratic
vote being cast for him, and in none be
ing bartered to a Republican aspirant in
case a break-Dp should occur in the Re
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Executors Notice 'of Final Account
Notice is hereby givei that George A. Liebe,
executor of the estate of Richard G. Closter, de
ceased, has filed the final accounting of the es
tate of Richard G. Closter, deceased, with the
guardianship estate of Albert Lehmau, an in
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said Albeit Lehman, an insane perron, the said
Richard G Closter, deceased, was at the time of
bis death the duly appointed, qualified and act
ing guardian, with the clerk of the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Wasco County,
and that said court has appointed 10 o'clock a.
m. of Monday, November 2, 1896, being the first
day of the regular November term of said court,
for the year 1896, at the county courthouse in
Dalles City, Oregon, as the time and place for
tne n earing or. saia .nnai accounting ana oojec
tions thereto if any the re bey
This notice is published . by order of said
county court, entered uctODer za, lew.
GEORGE A. LIEBE, Executor.
Condon & Condon, Attorneys for Executor.
Notice is hereby (riven that the undersiened
have been duly appointed by the County Court
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Dalles city in Bald county aud State, within six
month from he date hereof, and all persons in
debted t. suid estate are hereby notified to make
lmmKiiute settlement witn tne administrators.
Dalles City, Oregon, Sept. 14, 1896.
C. E. BAYARD,
FRANK WATKINS, .
Administrators with tbe will annexed of th
estate of Ferry Watkins, deceased. sepl&-
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