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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1893
The. new vest-bound tariff, formu
lated at the railroad conference at St.
Paul, has been made public, and will
go into effect February 15th. There
will be an average reduction of 20 per
cent on all freight rates to Spokane,
12 to 16 per cent on coast rates and
2 to 7 on rates to Montana, while the
only east-bound . reduction will be on
lumber from 55 to 60. The roads
' bound by these rates are the Union and
Northern Pacific and Great Northern.
This reduction will be of some benefit
to The Dalles and vicinity in dealing
with the east: but the ereat need of
the interior northwest has been a
cheap outlet to seaboard, and this can
only be furnished by an open Oolatu
bia river. It makes little difference to
farmers and producers how cheaply
Chicago and St Louis merchants will
. put goods down at points in Eastern
Oreeon. while every bushel of wheat
or pound of wool is taxed outrageously
in the transportation of them a hun
dred or two hundred miles.' Remove
the obstructions in the river, and per
mit grain growers to float their prod'
acts to the ocean at minimum rates,
and the golden age of the Inland Em
pire will begin to dawn. The canal
at the Cascades will be completed in
two years: but the river is still blocked
above this point, and until the ob
structions are removed, complete free
dom from railroad domination will not
The sentiment in fayor of annexing
the Sandwich Islands appears to be
almost universal in this country, and
it is very probable that the present or
the incoming administration will draft
some plan by which they can be
brought nnder the protection of the
United States. What the form of
government will be is difficult to de
termine at present The natives and
half-caste are not sufficiently advanced
in civilization to admit of a territorial
form, with universal suffrage in local
matters, and the general opinion seems
' to be that something patterned after
tbe District of Columbia would be tbe
more" suitable. If it' were possible,
nnder the constitution, to make the
islands a dependency with laws made
by the home government, this would
be adapted to the circumstances; bat
tbis will not receive a moment's con
sideration in conjunction with the
spirit of free institutions. Alaska may
be the acceptable model, and then the
authorities "at Washington City will
appoint the officials and see that the
laws are enforced. The Kanakas are
dying oat very rapidly, and after they
are all dead, the United States may
consider the propriety of admitting the
islands into the union, and of giving
the people their constitutional rights.
A triple alliance between the United
States, France and Russia, for mutual
. benefit, and defense, is announced in a
New York paper. This may be some
thing very desirable, but where the
"mutual benefit and defense" come in
is difficult to ascertain, We have no
desire for the Czar or President Car
not to interfere in our affairs, and tbe
average American citizen is sufficiently
satisfied with . his government not to
. meddle with affairs across the ocean.
There-is nothing in common between
these countries, and the Atlantic
ocean is not too wide a boundary be
OntGTJIT COUBT CALEB DAE.
The following is the docket of tbe circuit
court, which convened in this city on last
" I R Dawson vs L Newman.
Polk Maya vs Wm Massey.
, Z F Moody vs John H Harrow.
IB Dawson vs Wm H Ramey. .
J E Atwater vs E T Glisan.
J E Atwater va I H Taffe.
Mrs C E Haight vs J H &araen.
r D -. r a viMn
Chaa Kobn vs John Donavan et al.
F C Middleton ys Tbe Dalles Pub Co.
. Isacior Lang et al vs A J WalL
W S Cram vs Chas Mercer.
Corbitt Sc. Macleay va M V Harrison.
Ed Henderson vs T A Ward and Jacob.
E S Larson ft Co va M V Harrison.
Garretson, Woodruff Pratt Company vs
M V Harrison.
T C Fargher vs A J WalL
Chas Stabling vs J E Hill and Wm Giant.
Francis Conlon vs O S L & U N Ry Co.
J W Atwell ys Q S L 4 U N Ry Co.
A O McCain va L H Roberts.
A 8 Bennett vs M V Harrison.
Honeyman, DeHart & Co vs H R Mfg Co.
A S Collins and Mrs A S Collins vs H
- R D Holmes vs Adolph Keller.
C M Henderson vs M V Harrison.
F Botefubr vs John Brookhouse and F W
. Friendship Lodge, No 9, K. of P. ys J H
.Larson and C L Richmond.
'" ' EQUITY.
C S Miller vs Mary E Miller.
Anson Woods vs W Lair Hill et at.
BE Oaborne vs Martha A Osborne.
A V-l TT T."fnr 7. A T TW. . .1
Assignment Lawler Bros & Coote; H Au
la uf, assignee."
M J Wingate vs A M Williams. - -
Assignment of Wm Farre.
Assignment of A A Bonney.
Charles G Pierson vs W A MoFarland et
Assignment of P T Sharp.
R L Sabin vs Mrs A H Hope.
J T Peters et al vs John Donavan et al.
U C CNeil vs Jas Marry and A Keaton.
American Mortgage Co vs Wm A Allen.
Assignment Eastern Oregon Co-operative
Assooiaiton P of H.
E C Comstock ys Geo W Hall and Emily
Hall. " "-
Mary Denton vs Thomas Denton.
Horace Rice vs Wm Tackmaa et al.
Geo A Liebe va A A Bonney,
Johnston Brok vs E E Patterson.
Assignment of Adolph Keller; Charles
Stabling, assignee. '
Mrs Sarah Mitchell vs Walter Mitchell.
Queen A Patten vs Elden Patten. -
Leon W Curtis ys Henry Mayhew.
State of Oregon ex rel Larkin Lamb va J
N Mos'ier et al.
More, Thaa SupeotedV ,
- - It bat become evident that there ia prob
ably a deal more wheat in the north west J
than bad been inspected, ordeai by those
who have exceptional facilities for knowing
the facts and whose interests may be con
served in keeping the information a secret,
says Bradstrett's. We are impelled to tbis
reflection on some of our friends and their
methods of reporting accumulations of
wheat of the northwest because of a tele
gram we have received from a valned and
well informed correspondent in that portion
of the country, in which he announces that
one elevator company of the northwest
which has a long line of grain warehouses
following the railroad tracks in that section,
has in custody 5,650,000 bushels more than
they have reported week by week for the
past moDth through ns. It it is true, and
we have no reason to doubt the accuracy of
our correspondent, then the increase of
available stocks of wheat east of the Rocky
mountains, United States and Canada, each
week of late, has been about 1,000,000
possibly as much as 1,200,000 bushels, more
than hitherto reported. Such a rush of
wheat as this from the producers' hands into
warehouse, where they are practically in
tight for market purposes,doriDg the month
of January, bas never taken place before.
Items From tbe Columns
County Pa pert.
Ochoco Review. r
The south hil sides in sight of Prineville
are bare, but abont three inches of snow
still covers the grouud in the valleys.
A. R. Lylo is feeding about 1000 head of
cattle at bis ranch on Trcut creek. It is re
ported that he is losing from tbiee to four a
day. Tbis is not bad considering the num
ber he is feeding and the inclemency of the
Some peculiarity of the weather has
caused geese to flock in on Crooked river in
large numbers, a thing very uncommon. It
must be that the weather here is warmer
than in the surrounding country, which has
caused the geese to congregate here.'
Last Wednesday complaint was filed in
Justice Elliott's court charging Frank Crane,
who some time ago was fined $30 for steal
ing a wagon bolster, with having robbed
Charlie Haines' cabin of a number of arti
cles of food, etc. Warrant for his arrest
was issued and Sheriff Booth started out
Thursday morning to serve tbe warrant.
He found Crane above Grant White's place,
though be was on a horse, and made a run
for the bills. Sheriff iioofh was in a buck
board and made chase for a while in the
backboard, but saw he was being distanced.
and took a horse out of his team and con
tinued tbe pursuit of the yonng man. He
ran bim abont five miles when Crane's horse
eave ont and the sheriff overhauled bim.
Mr. Booth waa riding without a saddle, and
in consequence was badly used np by the
Joe Crooks and Dayton Elliott went out
hunting Sunday and captured a "fiah dock
which bad the tail of one of Crooked river's
piscatorial specimens protruding from his
mouth. He had evidently just got up from
tbe dinner table when captured, and when
hia fish waa taken away from him it was
found to measure nine inches in length. It
is not often that a newspaper man has an
opportunity to print a fish story and a hunt
ing yarn with the same type, and we were
tickled half to death when he heard of this.
Last Sunday D. W. Aldridge started from
his home at Big Meadows to come to Prine
yille. That day he traveled as far as the
John Sizemore ranch, where he remained
over night. When he bad mounted bis
horse next morning tbe animal was disposed
to balk with him, and while Wes. was try
ing to change its mind it reared and fell
"backward with bim, he being caught be
neath the horse's body in the fall. Tbe
born of the saddle struck him in the groin,
and for some time he waa insensible. After
being carried into tbe house, where he waa
cared for by Mr. and'Mrs. Zell, a messenger
was sent to Prineville for Dr. Belknap, and
a neighbor sent to inform Mrs. Aldridge,
His hurt was not a dangerous one, but will
keep him m hia bed for several days.
The Mignonette Social.
From Saturday's Daily.
The Mignonette club gave one of its
pleasant entertainments last evening. - It
was calico costume party, and all th
ladies were adorned with pretty ' calio
dresses, while the gentlemen wore calico
ties, and a few had oomplete costumes. The
programmes, ingeniously devised by John
Booth, were very pretty and odd. A very
enjoyable evening waa passed by all present
who were: Dr. and Mia. J. F. Snedaker,
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Crowe, Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. Maier, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Houghton,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Hilton, Mesdames
Blakeley, Phirman, Heppner and French,
Misses Aimee and Evelyn Newman, Matilda
Hollister, Mary Frazier, Jessie Lown, Butb
Cooper, Virginia and Grace Warden, Iva
Brooks, Grace Campbell, Jeannette" Wil
liams, One Dustin, Minnie Gosser, Clara
and Etta Story, Miss .Van Vleck; Messrs.
F. A. Sharp, John Hertz, M. Jameson, E
M. Williams, Dr. H. Logan, M. Vogt, S, G.
Campbell, John Booth, J, H. Worsely, F.
Garretson, John Hampshire, H. French, F.
Faulkner, J. C. Coatsworth, H. Lownsdale,
Wm. McCrum, John Byrne and M Donnell.
The February term of the cirouit court
convened this morning. Judge Bradshaw
called court at 10 o'clock, and at once took
up the business that had been accumulating
since tbe close of tbe November term.
Messrs. Polk Butler, F. A. Senfert, B. C.
McAtee, O. S. Morgan, James Brown, Sam
uel Broyles and Van Woodruff were drawn
as grand jurors. F. A. Seufert was appointed
foreman of the jury, and Jas. Blakeney
grand jury bailiff.
The court then called the docket, and ar
ranged the various cases for, disposition.
A default was granted in the suit of Pat
ten vs. Patten; E. Weoeck appointed
The court then took np a demurrer in the
case ot Uuiiios et al vs uemriog, wmcn
was warmly argued by the respective conn
sel; but the courtjmt the matter short by
overruling the demurer.
The cases of Stobliog vs. Grant and Bar
rio vs. Moody were set down for trial, and
will some on to-morrow.
The Sous, Lis Vegas, N. M.: The Bos
ton Operatic Concert Company held the
boards at the opera house, last night. So
many inferior troops have disgraced this
city with their presence of late, tbat tbe
wonderful performance of last nitons almost
took the people's breath away. When the
curtain went np, it revealed a pretty sight,
the Hainan family, a sextette of as pretty
women as the imagination can picture ren
dering mnsio that has tbe real "touch" tbat
makes "all the world akin." . Tbe violin-
cello solo by Madame Hainan, drew tears to
the eyes of many of the audience. The
cornet . aolo of Miaa Bertha Haman and
the xelophone solo by Julia Haman, were
well received. Albert Hawthorne, the
basso profundo, carried the house by storm.
The Levino's a very superior duo, will be
long remembered here. . More entertain
ments ot this kind would always find a
profitable engagement here.
Jul IS Safe
To neglect yourself if troubled with any
disease of the kidneys! No, it la danger
ous; and if you .are so afflicted, attend to
yourself now. Do not wait, but use Sal
pber Bitters, at once. -They cared roe
when I was given up to die by several
physicians. Jokathah Ham, Boston, i
Mrs. 0ardinall'8 Awful Death'
Pathetic circumstances attach to tbe
death of Mrs. Joseph Cardinell, which
occored last Monday at her borne, about
seven miles from Catblamet, Wash., and
wag not discovered by her husband until
last Saturday. Daring the interim tbe
body of the unfortunate woman lay in a
spring near tbe bouse, into which she ac
cidentally fell, while three young chil
dren were unable to communicate the tid-
ings of their awful position to the oat
side world. The woman was tbe wife of
Joseph Cardinell, a logger, and tbe old
est child is a 9 yenr old girl.
At this season Mr. Cardinell is kept
busy and for several weeks be bad been
working quite a distance from home sod
able to spend only Sundays with bis lam
ily. Last Monday morning be went to
bis work-. Upon bis.return be found his
three children in an almost famished con
dition. He inquired as to the where
abouts of tDeir mother, and tbe eldest
conducted him to a spnog a short dU
tauce from the bouse, where be found
his wife dead, lbe horrified man lifted
the body and carried it into tbe boose.
ajd then from the children ascertained
the facts regarding the death.
Last Monday evening Mrs Cardinell
went to the spring to get a pail ot water.
While stooping over she lost her balance
and fell headlong into tbe spring. The
water was only about two feet deep, but
tbe bole was so very small that the - wo
man was unable fo extricate herself
The children, wbo had accompanied her,
saw their mother's predicament and gras
ped ber feet aud tugged away wnb des
peration.but tbey did not possess strength
tqaal to tbe occasion, and after exhaust
ing themselves, they abandoned the at
tempt and distractedly returntd borne,
not knowing; what to do. Next morning
the eldest gitl decided to walk to Cathla
met and secuie assistance. After trad
eoff through the deep snow some dis
tance ber strength gave out, and becom
ing frightened she returned home. So
from Monday until Saturday the tbree
little ones remained in tbe boose, with
tbe dead body of their mother a short
distance sway. Tbe cold provisions that
were left were soon exhausted, and not
knowing bow to cook or provide for
themselves tbe children were ia a pitiful
plight when found by their father. He
arrived ut in time to save himself from
being childless as well as a widower.
Mr. Csrdinell went to Catblamet Sat
urday night and procured assistance.
He also sent word to bis wife's relatives
ia tbis city. Tbe news was brought np
yesterday by a young man named How
ard. Mrs. Cardinell's mother, Mrs.-Green-leaf,
resides at Butteville. She bas. a
tister, Mrs. Oblegschlager, whose bus
band is a brother of Frank Ohlegsch
lsger.now in jail awaiting trial on a
charge of murdering W. H. Wooldridge.
She also bas another sister, Mrs. M.
Lynch, wbo resides on Market street, be
tween First and Front. Both these ladies
left for Catblamet last night.
Minister Perishes Id the Roow.
Umatilla, Or,, Feb. 13 Particulars
have iust been received of tbe terrible
death of Rev. Mr. Woodhall, of Goldec
dale, Wash. Two weeks ago last Friday
be left bis home, intending to go to Ar
lington on business. It is supposed be
lost bis way in the bunding storm which
was raging at that time, and perished in
the snow on tbe bank of tbe Columbia
river. Parties at B alock's station beard
cries for belp coming from tbe opposite
side of tbe river about 8 o'clock that
nigbt, and as there was no bout at band,
tbe agent telegraphed to Arlington, eight
miles distant, requesting tbe agent there
to send a rescuing party after tbe unfortn
unate man. -Two men were accordingly
sent out in a boat to the rescue, but the
darkness and blizzard proved too mucb
for tbeir evidently - weak natures, and
tbey returned after about 80 minutes'
"search". The poor man was beard sev
eral times daring tbe nigbt crying, "My
God," "Mv God." As soon as daylight
came, Mr. Davidson, tbe agent at Bla-
locks, and otbeis instituted a careful
search for tbe man, but tbe depth of
snow prevented bis being found, and it
was thought probable that be might
have survived and made his way to some
bonse. When the snow melted away yes
terday, however, his body, partly eaten
by coyotes, was found lying near tho
place where bis cries had been heard.
Tbe deceased was about 50 years of age.
Some of his friends arrived at Blalocks to
day, and will probably take hia bod;
back to Goldendale for burial.
The' Committee at Pullman.
Pullman, Wash., Feb. 13 Four mem
bers of tbe agricultural investigation
committee arrived here todav. Tbe
other three will" arrive tomorrow.
Those here passed the afternoon ex
amining college grounds and buitdings.
Tomorrow tbey expect to begin tbeir
work in earnest. Regent Smith, while
in Olympia, stated to. representative
Anderson, chairman of tbe investigation
committee, that as board of regents
ought to meet he. would call a meeting
to oe neia at ruiimaa ana nave tbe re.
gents present at tbe meeting of tbe in
vestigation committee. This be neglec
ted to do. First be claimed that tbe
wires were down and he could hot reach
Dr. Conover. He did, however, notify.
Lesb, but gave as a reason for not noti
fying Fellows that be did not know
whether tbe regents would care to Day
tneir own tare, iiad bmito not purpose
ly led Anderson to believe tbe regents
would be present, the latter would have
sent for them. The question is. Why
am . BmiiD notiiy iesQ onivi it is
learned that Fellows will be here, and
it is highly probable tbat chairman An
derson will ask Smith some puzzling
questions. The namej af those present
are McElwain of Seattle, Anderson oT
Tacoma, Aodereon of Whitman, and
Nelson of Spokane, all representatives.
Professor Lee Faircbild arrived today,
and will begin work at once.
la tbe Prisoner's) Box.
Ptttsburo, Feb. 13 By lar the most
important of the Homestead riot trials is
tbat of Hugh O'Donnell, chairman of tbe
advisory board, and practically the whole
advisory board, as others submitted im
plicitly to bis dictation, and all strikers
looked to bim as the unquestioned leader
daring tbe stirring times immediately
following tbe strike. -
For some cause, not fully disclosed, be
fell (ram favor after a time, resigned from
tbe advisory board, was arrested soon af
terward, and bas been in jail ever since.
Sail being refused.
ODouDell looked pale and haggard
in the prisoner's box tbis morning, tbe
result of long confinement.
-. Tbe indictment charges him with tbe
murder, of T. C- (Jot n era. He pleaded
'not guilty" to tbe charge. The work of
selecting a jury was tedious, and occu
pied tbe greater part of tbe morning.
mesaUih Tald Ibrm to Harder.
Edwards, 8. D., Feb. 13 Marshal
Frey and deputies arrived from Rusb
ville tbis morning in charge of Fighte
With and Too-Too, tbe snrviving In-
oiaD8 implicated in tbe recent trouble
on Wbite river, the latter being a son of
Two Sticks. Too-Too made a desperate
attempt to strangle himself with his
handkerchief at the agency,' but was
discovered in time to save bis life. Tbe
Indians'- told a reporter tbis morning
tbat tbey killed tbe cowboys because
the Messiah told them to. They are
confined in tbe county jail, pending the
action of tbe grand jury.
Tne Klauc of The Carnival.
New Orleans. Feb. 13 The Mardi
Gras festivities are now in fall swing.
Today's great festivities will find a fitting
climax in tbe big events of tomorrow.
Tbe parades are three in number. To
night, tbat ot the Krewe of Proteus will
delight the thousands of visitors. To-
morrow afterneon. Rex, the King of tbe
Carnival, will have bis parade, and to
morrow s night tbe Mystic Krewe of
Comas will give tbe greatest float exhibi
tion ever seen in the West. -Rex takes
full poses-ion ot bis capital today The
Rex ball and reception (bis year will be
made interesting by severs, invocations.
Tbe souvenirs accompanying tbe invita
tions consist of seven panels, daintily
tied together with tbe King's colors, each
being beautifully and richly designed
with allegorical figures. Upic a field of
green and rod appear the King's crowo.
arms and the date of bis entry into New
Orleans. On the last panel is revealed
bis Majesty, with scepter in hand, upon
bis throne, and upon each side beautiful
ovmphsand fairies half hidden in drift
ing clouds. The reception card is a sil
ver leaf. Tbe Mystic Krewe of Comus
has also issued invitations to tbeir grand
ball tomorrow nigbt at tbe French Opera
A Stilton Kirl Disappears,
Spokane, Feb. 13 Mr. and Mrs AIc-
Caslin of Milton, Oregon, are in the city
hunting tor tbeir lost daughter, Btrthu,
a tirl about 15 Years of age. ban was
living with on aunt in this city until
about a week ago, when she quarreled
with ber relatives and left their home.
Her parents were notified, and as she
did not return to Milton tbev came to
Spokane and began searching for br.
As she had threatened lepeatedly to
leave home and go to a bouse of ill fame,
it is feared that she has carried out the
threat, but while many places have been
searched no trace of her lias been dis
Varied Under n Soon-slide.
Boise, Feb. 13 Mrs. J. T, Hunter was
killed in ber borne near Pioneer by a
snowslide Saturday evening. Trie slide
came down upon tbe house whilo she
was reading to four of her childreu
She was loand dead, her neck haviog r
ueen broken. Ibree of the children were
taken out alive. Next morning cries
were heard in the wreck, and the fourth
child was iound unhurt. Mr. Hunter
was away at the time with two of the
family. The family were all Mrs. Hun
ter's children bv ber first husbaLd
George Anderson, wbo was well known
in tbe basin.
3fnt Heady far Mexico.
Washington, Feb. 13 The senate to
day relused to consider the New Mexico
statehood bill in tbe morning hour; yeas
14, nays 30. Following is tbe vote in
detail : Yeas Blackburn, Butler, Carey,
Felton, Gorden, Harr 8, McPherson,
Mitchell, Palmer, Peffer, Pugh, Quay,
Sawyer and Teller 14. Navs Berry,
Blodgett, Brice, Coffery, Call" Cockrell,
Coke. Callom, Dawes, Dolpb, Faulkner,
Frve, GormaD, Hill, Hoar, Hunton,
Jones, of Arkansee, McMillan, Mandtr-
son, Mills, Morrill, Pascoe, Plait, Sher
man, Siockbridge, Yoorbees," Washburn,
White and Wolcott 30.
Judge Jackaon All Big-lit.
Washington, Feb. 13 The senate
judiciary committee tbis morning de
cided to report favorably tbe nomina
tion of Judge a. Jii. Jackson as an as
sociate justice of the supreme court.
Tbe Democratic members of tbe com
mittee reserved tbe right to take such a
coarse ou the final confirmation aa tbey
miebt deem best.
It is understood that the Reoublicans
will vote solidiy for him, and it is not
known whether there will be any serious
Washington, Feb. 13 The senate
committee on finance will probably take
0 3 at tbeir meeting tomorrow Sherman's
resolution to authorize the treasury, in
case of necessity for tbe maintenance ot
the specie, to issue 3 pei cent five-year
Salem, Feb. 10 Tbe third reading of
senate bills was the first order of tbe day,
and tbe following came up:
By Cross, fixing salaries of county of
ficere; passed. Campbell, Columbia
river pilotage; passed. Myrea, for tbe
protection of game; passed. -.
Woodard introduced resolution recom
mending tbe employment of convicts on
public roads, etc.; laid on tbe table.
Keady's bill for a )ute mill at the state
prison was referred to a special commit
tee composed of Bancroft, Wetbertord,
Denny, Cross and Butler, to report at
1U a, m Saturday. Tho committee on
per diem was appointed, consisting ot
Cross, Dodsoa and Weatberford ; on tbe
portage railway, Denny and Baley
Woodard moved a reconsideration of tbe
vote by wbicb the senate adopted a mem
orial for the issuance of $50,000,000
paper fractional legal tender currency;
earned. Tbe resolution was lost. Van
derburg introduced a senate concurrent
resolution asking the representatives in
congress to labor to secure the free
coinage of silver; adopted. Hirsch's bill
for the sale of public lands was passed,
as also the bill of Maxwell for a health
officer at Tillamook bay, and by Myers,
tor loiury sustained by reason of a de
fective road or bridge. Weatberford,
salary of public officers: failed to pass
Woodard, recording wills; passed. Ad
jurned. .1 EVENING 8KS3I0N.
Tbe following bills came up on third
ity maxwell, tbe Tillamook liver
bridge; passed. - Maxwell, salaries of
county judges; passed. Willis, creating
a municipal court for Portland; passed.
Vanderburg,- creating tbe office ot state
auditor; tailed to pass Butler, ad
ditional judge of third district; passed
Beck ley, to amend the Oakland charter;
passed. Wright, to amend Salem char
ter; passed. Bancroft, to prevent fraud
upon travelers; tailed to pass.
AFTERNOON 8E8SION--HOUSE .
Chandler, from tbe committee on as
sessment and taxation, reported back
Ford's bill for tbe election of precinct
assessors; amended by excepting Mult
nomah, Clatsop, Klamath and Lake
counties irom iis provisions without rec
ommendation. Paxton's substitute for
tbe amendment of tbe committee, tbat
tbe bill applies only to counties of les9
than 70,000 papulation,, was adopted.
Ford's bill to amend tbe code relating to
tbe levy of a tax for military and univer
sity purposes passed. Paxton's bill for
a fish and game commission passed. Tbe
senate concurrent resolution requesting
our senators and representatives in con
gress' to vote for the free coinage of sil
ver was made a special order tor Friday
next at 11 P. M. McEwao's house bill
fixing tbe salaries of countv treasurers
passed. Oeer of Clackamas, to regulate
tbe running at large of stock. Tbe
question is left to the vote of the people
in tbe several counties of Willamette va)
ley; passed. Manley, for a .bndce at
North Portland; passed. Adjourned. j
Salem, Feb. 13 In tbe bouse todav
tbe resolution by Upton requiring slate
officials to make emolument returns at
tbe end of each fiscal vear was adopted
Upton's special contract bill la' led to
pass Oeer a bill to exempt all credits
trom taxation was made a special order
lor Tuesday at 4 o'clock P. M.
Ormab; a bill fixing the hours of labor
on street railways at twelve and one half
nours a .day was recommitted to affix a
Manly 's bill relating to the assessment
and 'collection of taxes, tbe same to be
done at one place, al one time and by
one officer passed.
Upton's bill to make connty commis
doners' court a board of equalization
Daly's bill appropriating $3,000 for a
graded scnool in South-eastern Oregon
Curran's bill re creating a state board
of stenographic-examiners passed. '
The governer's veto of tbe world's fair
bill was made a special order for tbis af-
ternoon at 1 :30 o'clock, and tbe bill to
increase tbe powers of tbe state board of
horticulture was made a special order
for 3 o'clock.
In tbe senate tbe bill to regulate rates
on railroad traffic at the Dalles was
made a special order at 2:30 o'clock, and
Weatherford s bill to fix maximum sal
aries of all public officers is made the
special order for 2 o'clock.
Application for liquor License.
Falls Precinct, 1
- Wasco County,
State ot orejfjD )
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I, ED
mond Berffernn, of raid precinct and county,
will, on the 8th dav of March. 1893. iDDlv to the
County Court of the above-named county for a li
cense to sell spirituous, malt and vinou, liquors io
less quantities than one gallon.
Falls Prkcikct. Wasco County,
State of Oregon.
To the Honorable County Court of the County of
ttasco, -tate of Oregon: -
We. the undersurned residents and Icira! voters
of Falls precinct, countv and state aforesaid, do
hereby rcspectfullv petitiou and pray that said court
shall grant a license to Edncond Bergerun to sell spir-
lluons, malt and vinous liquors in s-iid rails pre
cinct, in less quantities than one gallon, f.r the
period of one year:
NAMES. X All KS.
C J Candiani, M D James Stewart
John Sullivan Thos W Badder
Wm Duncan K P A?h
A E Trask P Paulren
Ale- Watt A J KnUhtley
HikeSUk John Burr
Kd Eyrainer J G Mout
P W Yettick Frock Nelson
C F Ker.-haw C A Stewart
Mat Wtlch Pat Mcallany
tlohn W Haley Zo. 1 Garner
D O Callahan Wm Mt-Kenzie
lsii Morin K Black
A G Lazier M Lake
Joel W Douthit D L Cates
J M Mclsaac H Lilleirard
J C T Furotw Kenneth McKenzie
Harry Gray JI Fitzgerald
E Monoghan H A Leavens
C M Carlson
Application for Liquor License.
Cascade Locks, Falls Ps Reiser,
Wasco County, V
Strte of Oregon J
Notice is hereby given that Badder & McKenzie. of
said precinct and couuty.wUl, on theSth day of March
1893, apply to the Cuunty ourt of the above-named
04'iinty for a license to sell spirituous, malt and
viuous liquore in less quantities than one gallou.
Cascadb Locks, Falls Pbkcinct,
Wasco County, State of Oregon.
To the Honorable, the County Court of Wasco county.
We, the undersigned, legal voters of Falls Pre
cinct, ot Wasco county, Or., repe tfully petition
Your honorable court to grant a license to B di'er &
Mc enzie to sell spirituous, viuous and malt liquors at
tbe town of Cascade Locks, in said precinct, in less
quantities than one gallon, for the period of one
O W Brnppner C H Trask
W L Keltner M Fitzgera d
James Stewart A J Knightlcy
Pat Sullivan Patriot Walsh
William Day R Black
J C K Fairview J Sullivan .
Matthiew Welsh Joel W Douthit
Erik Nelson Harry Gray
E P Ash Isai Morin
Chas ilin Wm A Lyon
John Buss ' Wm McKenzie
John Milson Geo J Buff on
W Like AZGIaybert
Barry Lillegard P 1 Lillegard
C F Kershaw August Peterson
P Paulsen Thos Coyle
Peter Shevinger J E Hill
A L Collin E O Monaghau
Pat Lahey Jchn Trana
Chaa Olsen Ed Eyrainer
Ru lolf Schmidt D L Cates
Alex Watt C J Candiani, M D
Miles Sisk E B Clark
John W Haley A G Trask
-Application for Liqaor License.
Nasskkb Phkclsct, i
State of Oregon.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I. A. W.
1 1 Brauner. of said precinct and county, will, on
the 8tl day of March, 1S93, apply to tbe county
Court of tbe above named county for a license to
se l spirituous, malt and vinous liquors in less quan
titles tuaa one gAi-on.
Wasco County, ) tate of Oregon.
To the Honorable Count; Court of Wasco County,
We. the nnderaigned re-tdenta and legal voters of
Han sene Precinct, county and state aforesaid, re-
specuuiy petition jour nonoraoie court to grant a
license Ida v . uranner to sen spirituous, vinous
and malt liquors in said Nansene Precinct, in less
quantities than one gallon for the period of one
W K Haynes
F D Gillespie
J W Adams
W T Nesbltt
James Q Kaston
Chas A laston
i F Mania
James A Eston
Henry Hudson, Jr
B L Kirkham
J A Fawcett
E P Butler
E A Griffin
F C Cl.usen
- Frank Hvdler
O 8 Willard
C W emiih
Will C Adams
C B Humbert
F j Keller
Ira Amies: '
Geo W Roberts
A W Walker
F F Kirkham
B M Roihery '
G W Otey
C L Kirkham
J W Montgomery
J R Underbill
I B Hambert hisXmark
W i Craft
J M Murray
Application fur Liquor License.
CaacaDt Locks, Falls Peecihct.
State of Oregon
VTOTiCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I, JOHN
Ll Sullivan, cf naii precinct a: d county, will, on
tbe 8th day of March, 1883, apply to tne Countv
Court cf the above named coun'y for a license to
sell huiritnons. malt and vuoiim liauors in leaa auan.
una loan one Kanon.
CascADi Locks. Falls Pcihct.
Wasco County, State of Oregon.
To tbe Honorable County Court of Wasco County,
We. the undereiirned taxpayers and leeal voters of
Falls Precinct, countv and state aforesaid, respect-
tuny petition your nonoraDie court to inatit a li
cense co John Builivan to sell sni ituona. vinous and
malt liquors at the town of Cascade Locks, in said
precinct, in less quantities than one gallon fur tbe
penoa 01 one ytan
Kenneth McKenzie .
Tbos W Badder
J F Stout
fc P Ash
C M Carlson
' J K Hill
W L Keltner
E D Monaghau
Wm A Lyon
t M Kelleher
D D Callahan
C J Candiani. M D
C E Millor
D L Cat- a
T F Lerens ,
H A Leavens
T H Williams
John W Haley
Joel W Douthit
P W Yettick
Ed yrainer '
T C Benson
A O Hall
Application for Liquor License.
Cascadi Locks, Falls Precikct,
State of Oregon.
OTICE IS HERRBR GIVEN THAT I. PaT-
rick 31cAllenv. of said Dreclnct and conntv.
will, on the 8th dav of Maich. 1893. aimlT to the
County Court ol tbe above named countv for a li
cense to sell spi- ituous, malt and vinous liquors in.
icev ijuauuuea Mian uoe ffaiiou.
CaBCADi Locks. Falls Pkictkct.
Was co County, State of Oregon.
To the Honorable Countv Court ot Wasco County,
We. the underaiimed taxnavers and leva! voters of
Falls Precinct, county and sttte aforesaid, respect-
imiy ueuuon your nonnraDie co n- to.trrant a li
cense to Patiick afcAlleny to sell spirituous vinous
and malt l.quors at the town of Cascade Locks, in
said precinct, in- less quantities than one gallon for
mid pexiuu ot one year:
C J Candiani, M D T C Benson
August Peterson J F Tnommun
a Sanson Jri Fitzgerald
H A Leavens Louis Oebhard
John Sullivan Andres Wilson
Harry Gray A J Bassett
Genre HcCauley Patrick Sullivan
D D Callahan Dan Sullivan
J W Atwell J ; K Fairview
E D Honag-han H Fitzsimons
Alex Watt " Th nuaCnyle
William Day Thomas W Badder
I C Jones P I Liilrgard
W I ake John Nilson
A J Knightly Kenneth McKenzie
fT0 all whom it may concern: Notice is hereby
L given tnat toe undersigned Has beeo duly ap
pointed assignee of thaestate of Adolph Keller, a i-1
i .... .. . . C . ii u ..: i r . 1
saia estate wui present tne same under oath to me,
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-west corner of second and Oourt streets in Dalles
llty, 'res; n, or to mv attoro s, imiur a Menefee,
at their tiffloi. in. Chapman block, rami SS and 40.
over the postoffie in said city, and wlihin three
months from the data of this notice.
Dated at Dalles City. Ore., Jan. 2, 188S.
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V P f P 1 1 1 To ladles who fnlrodaee and sell amena
of aUk to salaos ttom east wltk oiaec.
wi.i utuapiiK wiu a ia vaBiwi to :
D0DD & GO.
Sohuttler Farm Wagons, Deere Plow
k Deere Bulky Plowa, Cook uo.-s uar.
riages, Fhetons and Top Buggies, Four.
Spring Mountain 'Wagons, Buckboarda,
Superior Drills and Seeder, Oorbin Dlae
Harrows, Hodges-Haine He ad era,
Haish Barbe wire.
SE"D FOB CX&CULABS.
Ai; LOW AS THE LOWEST.
PICTUHE3 FRAMED TO ORDER
Tho Dal leu, nrecon.
.L. rW It J
HT $1.50 HND UP.
Liquor?, Ale and Porter,
Cigars. A full line of
: JAND : BRA
BEER ON DRAUGHT.
n . it r l -
IMTfw. HI f
mi D1SUQVEBY yflQCIDEEi7
In compoundlnf a solution part as tr-lilently spilled on tb band
nd on wsa4iii afterward It waa dlr.-.atTi'd that tl.e balr was corn
pletely remuved. We al onoe put ibis womlei lul preparation, on tbe
marketand so area t baa been the demand that we are now Introdnrlna?
Ifl IS I PERFECTLY HRMLE8l' d"-
SO SIMPLE ANY CHILD CAN UsriT.
Lar the hair over and apply lbe mlitore for a few mlnntes. and the
hair disappears as If by magic without tbe slightest pain or Injury w hen
applied or ever alterward. JI Isunllkeanr other preparation ever nerd
for a like purpose. Thousands of LADIKH wbo have beea annoyed
with hair on their FACK. NECK and AltMf attest Its merits.
wdo an not appreciate a beard or li al r on I heir iierk ,
Allun'a .nil Ull-.li.-l.
is nonest ana straiabt forwsrd In evei
ry Word It
Cut tbis out and
174 Rnce Street, CINCINNATI. O. Yoa can
itcinn, nr VIII n.mF ivr m" ' -
jcverr Dottle KuarauteecL.
tbehr fHeads tS Bottles of QueeaV AnM-B-lHna,
LSyarda best I
silk. Katra Xrsa