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.MARCH 4,' 1893
ITF3IS IN BRIEF
- ? From Wednesday's Dailv,
- Th first day of March. .
Capt. S. V. Short, of the Pallet City, is
' visaing friends in tbo city.
Next Moodav will be beld the annual
- School meeting tor this district.
Snow has disappeared from the vicinity
of Mitchell, and ttjwers will aoon be
- bloom. :
' Mrs. P. Sherman: wife of Capt, Sher
man, left on the Regulator this morning to
visit mends in Jfortiana. 1
The news from t.roofc county is very
encoarafinn to nocKOwners, the loss anr
ing the winter months being very light.
. Burglars and foot-pad are plying their
vocation io Walla Walla, to tbe iDjury of
citizens and the financial benefit of police
m. , m . . i
ins rrana jury oi viaisop cuaoiy
fonnd aa- indictment .aitainst John4 .R
Kathom. editor of the Attorian, tor crimi
rial libel.- -
R. Edmandson was arrested yesterday
lor sellmi; iiqaor to Indians. lie is in tbe
county jail awaiting examination before the
U. a. commissioner.
Mr. Geo. McCulIoch, occupies the post
lion of steward on the Hegulator. He is
re port ea to eive general satisiacuon to
officers and passengers
There are five cases of smallpox in
Portland, but the citv physician,' Dr.
Wheeler, says tbey are doing well,' and
has no fears of tbe disease spreading.
There is no accounting tor taste. A
woman married a Chinaman in Connec
ticut one aay last ween, and crinoline will
oe adopted by ladies the coming summer,
In the north end of Crook county the
glass is about an inch hit'h, furnishing ex
cellent sheep feed. .Two weeks of warm
weather will make feed on tbe bills very
natritioos for nocks. - '
When you cast a bomb into a crowd you
, can tell who i. hurt worst -when the yeli
goes np. tree, one enlarged picture with
eyery dozen cabinet photos at Herrin'a gal
lery over the postoffiee.
Frank Ohleescblaetr, the murderer of
William H Woolridge, in Portland, has
been sentenced to the penitentiary fur
life, the jury having foud him guilty of
murder io the second degree.
" Hit. A da li poq rotni'nurl laat nlirfit Fmtn
California, where he has purchased as
complete a plant for the manufacture of
soda as there is anywhere, and will soon.
' ' begin making a first-class article.
Kast Uregonian: J. V. Temple feels as
sured that there will be a fair crop of fruit,
' except peaches, aloog the Umatilla riyer.
A careful examination leads to this belief.
Prunes and plums have been dim iged only
to a tr.fl.ng extent, and cherries pears and
apples escaped injury. .
A man named Carl Duncan, a resident
of Hpokane, lost a leg Saturday night- at
Mera, on the Short i.ine, east ot .Narapa.
He was riding in a calioose, and in some
way fell out asd ws ruu over. . The man
was taken to Caldwell, where ad amputa
tion was performed. He is being cared
for by the Knights ot Pythias.
- Mrs. E. B. Cowau, Mrs. C. Nortoo, Miss
Martha Cowan. Mia Mae Norton. Miss
Gaynor, Miss Alameda Z to, V. E Cowan
and Edward Norton of Akauiockwa, YYath.,
..were registered at the Umatilla House to
dav. Thtv vtHif1 fiifTKrftnfc Darts of lllu
city during the afternoon, aud appeared
highly peased with - The Dalles and vicinity.
- Wt have received a copy of "I-Ieala," a
romance of I teallsm, by Chas. Griasen, of
MoMinville. Oreg n. We haye not had
time to pet use the poem carefully; but from
a cursory glance, the imagery approaches
grandeur, the subjects are well cnosen, and
tbe verses are metrical. It will bear a sec-
the first opportunity.
The average loss of stock in Gilliam
'.. county to dale, from the commencement
of winter, will nnt irn nvpr n npr rani., it
locks being completed within th next two
years, there is no reason t .at Tbe Dalles
should not enjoy the best season for btui-
ne-s yet realized.
Mr Timothy G'inn, one of the contract
ors for the wasnn.gt.on portage road, is in
tbe eity. Be says work will begin in a few
days and rushed to completion
The daisies have began to peep from their
wintry bed ot snow and ice, and verv soon
will send forth their perfume to gladden the
sense of smell- and give evidence of a new
Harper's the Century and Scribner's for
March are on sale at 01. 1. JNoians post
office bookstore. These are excellent turn
bers, and contain tne leading literature of
Ed. Hill, who murdered Langford Sum.
mera at Garfield last November, and who
recently escaped from the county jail of
Maricopa county, Arizona, waa killed while
trying to prevent being recaptured. .
- The Uoinmbun bait dollar, which can
only be purchased for one dollar, is being
extensively counterfeited., rifty cents
worth of silver can be placed in the coin,
aud yet leave a larger profit than was pos
sible in any other counterfeit.
Tbe killing of George Brownsworth by
Arthur Sherrill, which was reported in the
dispatches yesterday, is a singular case, the
two participants being mere boys, only 12
years of age. Their fathers were at outa
over some mining property, and the boys
took np the quarrel with the fatal r.sult.
We received a call yesterday afternoon
from Mr. Wm. Smith, of Croy. Sherman
county. , He is one of the sheep kings of
Sherman leonty. and says during the past
winter his flacks have fared well with no
appreciable loss. - Tbe snow has all gone
now and cattle can feed upon the hills.
An Arkansas editor puts it thai: "Ton
may hive all the stars in a nail keg, hang
the. ocean on a rail to dry, pot the sky in a
gonrd to soak, unbuckle tbe belly band of
eternity and let out the sun and moon, but
never delude yourself ith the idea tbat
vou can em pe that place on tbe other fide
of pnrgatory unless you pay the printer."
Many exchanges are printii.g the follow
ing: "Two new con d ties in Western Oregon
have been formed and given the names of
Lincoln and itaine. They were cut off
from the counties of Benton and Lane
respectively, which were named in the days
when Oregon was counted in tbe Democratic
column." This is a mistake. Old Lane
was not divided, Blaine county dying a de
served death in tbe annate.
There is a wonderful spring in the moun
tains a'hacent to Lakeview, Lake county,
Tbe water is heavily impregnate! with aur
iferous silica, a cousidernb e quantity
which is held in solution, and is greatly
sooght after by the cowboys in that region
alter they have .been to town. Beside th
sparkling gift of natnre, the bichloride
gold enre fades into insignificance.
The employes of tin General Electric
C mpany, engaged in slashing near Oregon
City, are being raid per d.iy $1 cash and $1
in land scrip. Ir they would bold on
this scrip and get possession of the lan
tbey might in a few yeors get some ot the
nearned increment. But on the hand to
month principle thst a bird in hand is worth
wo in the bush, most of the men sell their
papers to a company a A'at at fifty cents
on the dollar. ... ... - .
The branch freight which left Pendleton
Tuesday afternoon with Conductor Frank
Riceart in charge, says the Kast Uregonian.
wj9 ditched at a point between Weston and
Milton, seven cars being thrown from the
track and more or less demolished. No one
as hurt. A broken rail is the reporred
cause ot the accident, vv. J. (Vinson waa
sent out of Pendleton with an extra at 2
o'clock this uiorniug to tht relief of the
wrecked train, and tbe track has now been
cleared. . .
The first railroad eyer bniit by Indians in
now going across tbe Puyallup reservation
Nominally it is the property of Frank C,
R iss, the Portland-Seattle Union Pacific
contractor, but it is no doubt intended for
Great Northern cars. In employing Iudians
to do the constructing, Mr. Koas hopes to
pacify dissatisfied members of tbe tribe and
to overcome possible legal compltcatiot.8
The point of law in favor of this move is
that aa tbe Indiana own the lands in sever
alty they are Bimply tutting improvements
on their own property.
On last Sunday morning residents of
ris and Andy Brown concerning the owner
ship of mineral locations. On the day in
question tbey met on snowshoes and Morri,
opened fire on Brown with a Winchesters
one shot taking effect in the tatter's arm.
Morris.is known as the original discoverer
of the Greennorn mining district and the
locator of the Morns mine, near the apex of
ttie mountain, now owned by him and Cbas.
8. Miller of Monumental fame. He if) said
to he a very dangerous man. Of Brown
little is known here. He is the owner ot,
mining property in this district and bears
the reputation of being a peaceable citizen.
Ashland Tidings: la the wreck of the
north bound freight train the other side of
Dunsmnir on Sunday morning of last week,
Brakeman Wm. Stoner received injuries
from which he died at the Sacramento hos
pital two days afterward. The tiain waa in
the canyon near Slatoms, and the engine
struck a large rock which had rolled upon
the track, was thrown from the rails and
lunged toward the river. Stoner was rid
ing on the fireman's seat in the cab, and
jumped through the window. His feet
caoght in the cab and his body came d iwn
in the vicinity of the wheels of the tender,
his left arm getting under the Hinge ot tbe
wheel, which crushed it from the elbow to
he wrist in a frightful manner. Drs. Gill
and Tregloan dressed his wounds and he
was taken on the southbound train to Sac
ramento, where he died in the hospital
From Friday's Daily.
J. B. Warner, of White Salmon,
h.t mnoh im tho Inhn n ,i ronae aaaisn reservation, launci
the Clarno ranch, 900 bead of cattle were
fed through the storm, and of this num
ber not one died, except a cow that was
hooked and had to be shot. At the same
ranch 22,000 sheep were fed, and but
twelve ot this number died.
One of tbe escapes from tbe jail at
nunungiun last rriuay was arresieu sun-
flay 'morning near JLXDress bv- Detiutv
Sheriff Hannon and taken to Huntington
'.. to await "the arrival of an officer lrum
Boise City, Idaho, says the Kaker City
Democrat. The fellow when arretted had
01ti.lAO fF m.r.li.niliDa an ..lo miauiMiiin
w. uivi uauu io. Ill 111. jpiwcsni-'U
snowing conclusively bis guilt ot the rou
bery of a store recently in lioise.
Ervin Taylor returned from -Ellens-
burgh last W ednesday, where he had been
"camped" tor tne pant two months h8
, -witness in the bank robbery trial, says the
Antelope Herald. Erve was able, turocgh
the kindness of the district attorney, 10
get his witness fees before be came home,
amounting to over a buudred dollars, ut,
he says, that after paying his travelling
expenses, board bills and other neces
saries, he is "out of pocket." -
Herald:. Petitions will soon be circu
lated in this section praying toi an exten
sion of the Grant-Iiulledge Btage line on
to Antelope. Every man getting bis mail
at this postoffiee should sign the petition,
as the accomplishment of this move
, would be an everlasting convenience to
them, as well as another boom for Ante
lope. If it meets with the success it merits,
a daily stage will be spinning along be
tween here and Grant before many weeks
It is reported that a man named Swan
son, a former section boss at Eas land,"
three miles Ibis side Ot Adams, took his
departure for pastures new about the 20tli
of January last, leaving bis wite and four
children in tbe section bouse without r
cent of money or any provision for their
. support. Swanson is a drinking man, and
was on a spree at the time he left. His
wile lately receiyed a le'.ter from him,
saj ing that she could come and join bim
if she wished; but as he bad deserted her
four times previously she is not anxious
for a re-nnioo.
Statesman: Those who have looked up
tbe new school laws give it as their opin
ion that things are left in a decidedly bad
way for the school districts in cities af
fected by the new law. The law is now id
effect and provides that some notice
should have been given on February 1st,
to make the assessment valid. Of course
this notice cannot now be given and there
is no possibility of making vibe assess
ment by the time required, so there can
"be no levy lor i-cbool purposes this year,
they sav, which will leave tbe. districts
without funds or authority to contract in
debtedness on bonds.
The editor of tbe Prineville Mews is a
wit,and tbe following from bis pen would
lie no disparagement to the genius ol
Mark Twain: "There is a barn in Prine
ville that leans away over 'towards Wig
ginses' wi.h a yearning' sort of a lean like
a tired soul reaching for eternity. 8on.e
day when tbe wind blows hard and a
town cow gets behind tbe barn for shel
ter, she will think a clam shell h3S shut
on her or that rn overgrown cheese box
has gathered her in. We don't know who
owns the barn, but be or she, as the case
may be, should give it a new start in the
'straight and narrow way.' "
The following bit of nninor is from tbe
columns of the Prineville Hews: "Tbe
town cows held a convention on the flat
near the school bouse last Sunday after
noon. Ex-Mayor Belknap's yellow cow
with a black head presided, and 'Bossy
News' acted as secrelar,- of tbe meeting.
Solemn conclave was had until about 4
f. M.', when tbe convention adjourned,
alter adoption of the following: Kesolved,
that tbe absence cf the hay hauler, with
his loads of bright green alfalfa, is work
in e serious hardship upon our profes-doi.
aud, therefore, it is w lth feelings of jo
that we greet the warm cays which
hasten 'he harvest time, when we again
may fill onr vests with Lay from the
farmer's wagon while be neglects to 'whip
behind.'" . .
From Thursday's Da y.
. These mornings are frosty, but the days
Very many farmers from the country are
in town to-day.
Tbe police court is Very quiet these days.
Spring fights have not yet begun.
Sixty varieties of garden seeds in bulk on
sale at Joles Bros., corner Third and Court
We are sorry to learn tbat tbe peach crop
in some of tbe orchards haa been damaged
by the recent cold weather.
Tbe revival of spring trade may he er--pected
in a few days. anf this promises to
be larger than any previous year. With a
favorable winter, and good prospects of the
banging from tbe limb di a tree the body of
a mans Upon investigation it was found to
be a man by th6 name of Vaiigrero,
Frenchman who has been living there for
some time, ami was aged about SO years.
Tne hanging was a clear cae of suicide, as
appearanr-es indicate that he cut the rope
tbe right length, c imbed a tree on a step
Udder, tied the roue to a limb and jumped
off. It seems tbat he had a few days pre
viously attempted his suicide by cutting his
throat. . .
Aq Astoria policeman recently had
queer experience. Walking aloug a street
at midnight be noticed tbe side window of
a private residence wide open. Walking
up to it ha put his bead in, and found bis
Hps within an inch of a corpse lying in an
open cotnn. . JJazed by tbe shock he tottered
back on the sidewalk, and as soon as be bad
recovered himtelt went to the front door.
One of the watchers answered his knock
and assured him tbat everything was all I i
right, lbe window bad been left open in
Joseph Bott, an old piooeer.died at North
Bend on Friday evening. Mr. Bott came
to California in 1849 and during the Fra-er
river excitement went thither with hun
dreds ot otbers wbo were destined to meet
with disappointment, hardship and suffer,
ing. .After that be settled on Puget sound,
taking np a claim near Renton, and being
at one time tne owner ot the J&enton coal
mines. He worked for a loug time near
Port Gamble aud other logging centers, and
a few years ago settled above North Bend.
Ho was a Virginian by birth.
. Vancouver Independent: In tbe senate de
bate upon i .creasing tbe appropriation for
'be completion of Cascade locks trom $869,
000 to $1,239 653. Senator Squire struck
uuie te.ung blows in tavor of his constitu
ency. Tbe information which he ventured
io the lengthy debate materially assisted
Senator Mitchell, w ho propo-ed tbe senate
amendment to tbe appropriation bill, in se
curing the adoption of tbe amendment.
Th contract has been let for the comple
tion of tbe locks, and steamboats will be
r nmng through to The Dalles bv the end
of 1894. -
A. meeting of tbe Portland bar was held
Tuesday morning for the porpote of tailing
proper meaaures of respect regarding the
death of Hon. Robert E. By bee, of Salem.
Judge E D Snattuck presided, and on mo
tion of ilun. A. H. lanner, a committee.
consisting of A. H. Tanner, A. F. Sears, jr.,
E. B. Watson and C. A Dolph. was ap
pointed to draft suitable resolutions to be
submitted at another meeting - f the bar to
ue beld Saturday, morning. The meeting
waa largely attended, and several plowing
ributes were paid to the memory of the de
John Mulvey, one of the employes of the
Willamette Valley Flouring mills at Salem,
was badly hurt S.Iuiday while loading car
with aacka of bran. In the mill several
tiera of sacks of bran toppled over and fell
onto him before he could escape. When he
was taken Irom under them it waa found
that his left hip had been dudecated. one
knee waa hurt and bis head was more or less
bruised. He was .taken to bis home in
North Salem, and was suffering considerable
pain last night. The men about the mid
bave been in the habit of loading their
aacks in tbe same manner, and the accident
is attr bnted to pure care easness - Mulvey
will be laid nn several months with hi in
juries. , Va
Salem Statesman: In writing of the death N
uf Uauiel Uarbiu, Stephen Staats aays: "I
crossed the plains with bim and his tathei
in 1843, and well do I remember the pleas
ant associations bad with them during that
nazaxoou ana eventiot trip through an al
most trackless deseit. In tbat year's emi
gration Jobn Durbin Daniel's father
orooght the largest band of cattle across the
plains safely, and Daniel and saac, his
sons, paid the most assiduous care and at
teotion to them, thus preventing loss from
tbe wily and thieving savagea. We were
young men when we crossed the plaioB, and
bad not tbe resp nsibiiity resting upon u
that attached to those having families
under their care."
Tbe Union Whist Club waa entertained
last ev uiug at Fraternity hall by Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. riostetler. Ibe evening was de
voted to whist, twenty-five bands being
played. Mrs, L. E. Crowe won the first
prize, while Mrs. V. K. Bayard captured
the bocby. Among those present were Mr
ard Mrs J B Crossen, Mr and Mrs W Lord,
Mr and Mrs W U Hol-son, Mr and Mrs J C
Hoetttler, Judge and Mrs G C Blakeley,
Mr and Mrs F L Houghton. Mr and Mrs H
Glenn, Mr and Mrs G P Morgan, Juage and
Mrs A S Bennett, Senator and Mrs Hilton.
Mr and Mrs C E Bayard, Mr and Mrs L E
Crowe, Dr and Mrs W E Kinehart, Mr and
Mrs H M Beali, Judge and Mrs W L Brad-
ahaw, Mrs W H Wilson, Miss Rowland, Dr
11 lgan, Mr Li Ainaworth.
The meagre particulars of a shooting
scrape that occurred at Greenhorn last Sat
urday have been received here, aays the
Baker City Democrat. For some time there
has been differences between William Mor-
Wash., is in the city to-day.
Mr. C. G. Roberts, who haa been east for
several months, returned on the midnight
A marriage license was issued yesterday
to Mark Collins aud Julia forte r by tne
Sheriff Ward returned last night from a
tax-co lecting tour at Cascade Locks and
The city jail did not have a single occu
pant last night, and The Dalles enjoys an
immunity from foot-pads and boboes.
In different portions of the city the ac
tivity of tbe spring season has begun, yards
are being cleaned and repairs being done.
- Next Monday the annual school meeting
fur election of directors, levying school
taxes and the transaction of other business
will be held in every district in tbe county.
Princess Victoria Kaiaulani of the Sand
wich I-ilands arrived in New York on the
1st instant. She has come to this country
to talk witci the people, and not to dema nd
the crown to which sbe is the rightful heir.
Leaves of forest trees were brought to the
city to-day well covered with San Jose
scale. Whether they were killed by the
cold weather cannot be ascertained without
the insect is viewed under a powerful micro
scope. Mr. W. KeUay, of Antelope, gave us a
call to-day. He has been in town for a lew
days past, and will return home to-morrow.
Stock, in the vicinity of Antelope have fared
weli during the winter, and tbe.Ioss will be
very light. .
Mr. C II. Southern, of Boyd, gave us a
call to-day. There is a foot ot snow in that
Vicinity yet, a though the hillsides are tare.
Tbe. streams have not increased in violence,
and it is vtry evident the moisture Iis gone
iuto the ground. :
Mr, J. E. Barnctt, who resides in the
bluff addition to the city, in attempting to
jump over the ience sunouudiug his resi
dence Wednesday fell aud injured hit foot
quite severely. It has forced him to uae
crutches in walkiug aronn I,
Moro Observer: J. M. Powell has in 200
acres ot cummer tallow already, and will
sow more this t-pring. . His son, Hiram, has
about 300 acres in ; grain. These farmers
will rake in lots of dollars next fall if gram
sells at anything like a fair jirice.
A Heppner dispatch says that Doran
Temple, No. 6, Pythian sisters, was insti
tuted there last ni,ht by Supreme Uhn t Mrs
Hochstedler, with -a men.ben-hip of 3b Xhe
Kuights ot Pythias are making every efhnt
to make trip comiug session of the grand
lodge a brilliant success.
Under the new law, the salaries of the
county treasurers of the iu .stern Uregou
counties will be as follow: Biker, $600:
Crook, $400; Gilliam, $250; Grant, $6j0;
Harney, $500; Malheur, $400: Morrow.
$500; .-ht-rmau, $100; Umat 11a, $800;
Union, $700; Wasco, $500.
It is stated that tbe Peoples' party will
soon start a newspaper in Eastern Oregon
The paper will be owned by a compauv, aud
wilt be de oted to tbe interests of tbe party.
The company will bave a capital of not less
than $50,000. We have not yet learned
what town will be favored with the new
A Very pleasant party was held at the
residence of Mr. Heury. Kliodt, about three
umea west of the cit , last evening. There
was quite a number ot the friends of Mr.
Kdiidt preeht, au 1 tbe hours were passed
very agreeably in the mazy d nee. The
music wa-excellent, aud the numbers were
Under the new law, the county clerks
and s eriffs of Grant aud Crook, are to re
ive for their services an additioual com
pensation of 33J per centum, except in the
cme of trx collections made by Grant's
sheriff By Dodsnu's bill, Baker, Uuion,
ac&too, Lake, Umatil a, Wasco aud
amath, are now exempt from Ibis section
Walter Thompson had his knee cap
knocked out of place one night last week
while on horseback riding borne from the re-
ival meetings at Ue Moss Springs, says the
Moro Observer. Ht kuee came in contact
with one uf his companion's horses, and the
'patella waa thrown out, the result being
that he now limps along in tbe most -approved
Al. Hembree, of Grass Valley, ha? been
arrested in connection with the death of
Jobn Kennafick, the particulars of which
ppeared in this paper this week. Mr.
Hembree furnished bail in the sum of $1000,
and will appear before the grand jury at
the coming term of court. A telegram was
received from tbe deceased's brother re
questing that tbe dead man be given a de
To morrow will be inauguration day, and
Democracy will be jubilaut. Iu Portland
100 guns ' will - be- fired from Portland
Heights, and there will be a grand inaugu
ration ball in tbe evening. We bave heard
of no program n.e being prepared by the
Democrats of this city.
VV. W. Journal: Drs. Bingham and Key-
lor amputated the right leg of Jobn Mullan
tbe hospital Wednesday. MuUan was
engaged as a switchman in the Uuun Pa
cific yards at Tekoa Tuesday when he was
struck by a car and he fell on the track, the
wheels of the car passing over his right leg
nearly severing it. He was brought to this
tv and the physicians amputated it lust
below the knee. "
Gov, Peonoyer issued three pardons on
Wednesday, and Harry Howard,' who was
committed from Multnomah county for the
crime of largeoy and served the full term.
John A. Long, from Multnomah, May 17,
890, for five years Jor lareeuy, and Wm.
Michaels, from Union, for seven and a
half years for manslaughter, are now free
men, and can hereafter exercise the right ot
tizcinship. ' ' " . s
An epidemic resembling the measles, but
in a mild frm,has broken ont in this neigh
borhood, says the Moro Observer. List
week Fred Meader took sick with it. ' Wal
ter Douglas had a similar complaint before
e went to n amic a couple of weeks ago,
nd several others . were affected in like
manner. . However, none seems to bave
been much inconvenienced by it, and school
'goes just tbe same as ever, ao the malady
not very dangerous.
Superintendent Shelly will bold a local
stitute at Dufur, March 10th and 1 1th,
day and evening. Tbe educational meetings
held beretotore at this place have been very
tereatiiig and profitable. A cordial invi
tation is extended to parents, school officers
and friends of education, to attend and take
an active part in tbe exercises'. The oM-ct
of these local meetings is not for show, but
to assist in builuing the country schools ol
e county. , Full programme will be pub
ished later. - . . '
Pendleton Tribune: The editor of the
Morning Democrat, in urging the claims of
B.ker City for the location of tbe branch
insane asylum, should not forget that Baker
county bad a golden opportunity to help
Eistern Oregon in the legislature by assist
ing the portage railroad bill, but she gave
that important measure a black eye by vot
ing against it in the seuate. If Biker
county has a few more officials like Senator
Du'tsou aud tbe distinguished district at
torney, she would always get what she was
really entitled to, and that is well we
won't s y what guess. But we will tell
you now, it is not the asylum
East Oreaonian: Figures taken from the
bonks of the W. & C. R. Railway Com
pany's road, show that the amount of wh at
carried in 1892, was very much below that
carried during previous years. From Pen
dleton, Athena, and intermediate points in
1890, the amount wa 81,000 tons; iu
1S91, it was 91 000 tons; while io 1892 it
drooped to 61.000 tons. Thi, was not due
to tins road losiug nusiuess to otuer
toads, but to the falling -off "in the yield.
At an average of 48 cents per bushel for the
30,000 tons shortage, and a .loss of 25 cents
per bushel on grain raised, by reason of the
low price of wheat, it amounts to a ronud
million dollars loss to the people of Umatilla
county, beside tbe loss to. tne railroad com
pany. This is the wav in which the Wasco News
speaks of a disgraceful affair which hap
pened at that town a few days since:
"There are several youDg 'bloods' about the
city that are evidently afraid that Oregon
will not have convicts enough to operate
the new jute bag factory. If those boys
who swiped the freizer of ice cream from
the school ball last Friday evening will call
on those who bad charge of the entertain
ment, tbey will be given all the ice cream
they desire without stealing it. Tnis is one
of the meanest, most contemptible, perni
cious things that a young man can be guilty
of. It places them even lower than the
moot uupriucipled vagabond that languishes
within the darkened cells. This, however,
is not the first time' such things have oc
curred, and a few repetitions may lead to a
die behind the piison bars."
The Coast Bay. R iseburg and Eastern
rail way is being constructed from Marsh
field to Coquille, Oreeoo. The road will
pass through extensive forests of pure
pine, cedar aDd other timber on the
route up the Coquille river. Tbe trees
are described ss very large and as stand
ing remarkably thick on the ground, so
'hickly in fact, that it is difficult to clear
the rtgbt of way for tbe road. The pro
moters of tbe line are W. E B-iines, R
J. Gruybam aud tbe Sureckles brothers
I'hey Are oow getting out timber for the
five or six mills tbat are to be erected
iloog the river on Coos Biv. A large
-.mount of log aod lumber freight will he
tributary to tbe road, which will be
oearly 100 miles iong. Twenty miles
have been comple'ed
A dispatch, dated Feb. 25tb, in the San
Francisco Chronicle, is of great importance.
. Henry Wood and E. C. M. Rand, the
railway experts employed by the bond
holders' committee of the Oregon Pacific
Railway to examine tbe" property atid eUurr.
of the company,, have submitted their re
port. The experts estimate that the pres
ent value of tii property of the Oreg n Pa
cific is SI, 500,000. They charge wasteful
management and extravagance in construc
tion. They were unable to determine tbo
ua'ure of the relations between the Oregon
Development Company and the Oregon Pa
cific, except . that the two companies are
Tinder the same management. - They think
that under caieful management the value of
the property could be largely increased.
The joint report is supplemented by a
statement from Expert Rind in which he
s lys that between $350,000 and $400,000 of
receiyer's certificates haye been issued which
sre invalid. He advises that the road be
exteuded to Boise City on the east aud that
a line be built from Albany northward to
Portland, thence over tbe ridge arid along
the coast to tbe harbor of Astoria.
An address haa been issued by the com
mittee, asking the bondholders to agree to
an assessment of $150 on each bond, and to
author ze the committee to buy the property
at the sale, which has been fixed for March.
Died Irom Wounds .Received.
One day last week we published an ac
count of the finding of the body of Joh
Kennafick, from the' columns of the Moro
Observer. The following narticulars of
the tragedy we glean from the Antelope
Herald of last Friday :
Tbe home of Joe Elliott, lour miles
northwest of Kent, Sherman county, Was
a scene of considerable excitement on
Tuesday night of last week, and it re
sulted in the death of ao old man named
John Kennafick. A gallon of whisky
was brought up from Jim Tomliu's saloon
at Moro, aud on the above night John
Kennafick. Al Hembree and Joe Elliott
assembled at the latter's house to have
"time." Tbey sat down to a game of
cards, but when whisky got to be master
ot tbe situation a dispute arose over the
cards which was followed "by a vigorous
row, in which Al iiemorce uit Ji.ennanci.
on the head with some kind of a weapon,
cracRiug bis skull from tbe back part of
his head to his left eye. It did not seem
to affect Kennafick very much at the
time, and after beiog helped on his horse
he rode of toward his home, three or four
miles away. On the following Thursday
Elliott went over to see how the wounded
man was getting along, but when be got
near the latter's house be found Kenna
fick lying in the r-ad dead The ground
around there showed tbat tbe man "bad
fallen off his horse, scrambled to his fuel,
walked ten or twelve yards, fell again and
writhed in agony until be expired. Tbe
news was spread immediately and the re
mains were taken up and cared for. An
inquest was held over tbe deceased by
Justice Donohu, of Kent, with the follow
ing jury : Ben Brown, A. C. Bennett, Milt
Bennett, Talley Newcomb, Mr. Shaston
and another gentleman, whose name we
were unable to learn. The jury were
sworn to secrecy, therefore fheir verdict
has not been made public. Drs. smith,
of Moro, and Rollins, of Grass Valley,
also examined the corpse and found that
the fractured scalp was filled with clotted
blood. Hembree says be hit Kennafick
with his fis, but Elliott says he was hit
with something briaht-lookiog, but could
not tell what it was. At last account
Hembree had not been arrested. He has
family of a wile and three or four little
children. Kennafick-was an ex-convict,
baying been sent up for killing a man
once, but was pardoned out by the gov-
On Locff Time at Six Per
Building and Loan, or Sinking Fund Plan.
NATIONAL BUILDING, LOAN AND INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION
Oregonian Building, Portland, Oregon.
JOEL G. KOONTZ, AGENT, THE DALLES, OREGON
- Agents wanted Address the Portland Office.
CAB. TICKS rLICE
WORLD RENOWNED . . J
Dippings superintended by experienced representatives, free of charge,
CHEAPSR THHN HNY OTHER.
COOPER 6HFEP DIP Is endorsrd
Lisbon; George Ochs. Amanda:
Day-rille; B. Keb&y. Cra Hollows: P. J. Moule. Bercail: Joaeoh Hirachburc Cuotaao: J.
Dupujer; Geonp Edte, Dillon; Cook Clarke, Philbrook.
br the following- Oreeon and Montana Bheemnen
Lisbon; George Ochs, Amanda; John Harmon, Mattnen W. 8. Le, Jnnotion City; W. B. Donaldson
J. W. Byers, New
C. McCnaif .
Denver Bauk'ni Excited.
Denver, Colo., March 21 be Denver
clearing- bouse today adjpted resolutions
staling that a reoort bas gained circula
tion in the east tbat the Colorado banks.
na especially tbe Denver banks, are
hoarnino; gold, and that as sucb teports
are untrue, and are circulated for tbe
purpose ot injuring the cause of silver,
the Deover Clearing House Association
pledges itself to exebaDge with the see
retary of tbe treasury ot the United
Siates, $1,000,000 in gold coin for a like
amnunt ot legal tender notes, the legal
tender notes to be delivered in Denver
t tbe time of such transfer.
. Medal Contest. -.The
court house was well filled last
evening with people who assembled to
listen to the contest to be waged for a
Demorest silver medal. There were six
contestant in tbe elocutionary fight, all
ot tender years. Tbe programme ot selec
tions was well arranged. Tbe contestants
did nobly, each being well applauded on
the completion of "his or her effort. The
music was excellent. The song by the
M. . choir, adn the duetts by -Misses
Mjrtle MtcheU and Daisy Beall, and
Messrs. Balfe Johnixn and Edward fut
terson were warmly applauded At tbe
close of the contest the judges awarded
tbe medal to Master Walter Reayis; but
as tbe medal had failed to arrive in time
he was presented with a silver dollar un
til such time as the medal should come.
The following is the programme of tbe
simting- snd prayer.
"rhe Deacon V Match .Fanny Cheeaman
'-How to curtail the Liquor Traffic".. ..Jea-ii Butler
Mnsic "The Wild Winds sweep"... .The M. E Choir
"ABakEys l-r Lager Beer and a Bier for
Later" Joseph McNeil
-Not Uead But Ding-r. Ali- Ball
Duet.... Misses Myrtle Miehelland Dtey Beall
"Yoa Can 8top It If Ym Will" Henry Bowman
'Patriotic Prohibition" Walter Iteavis
Duet .Balfe Johnson and aid Patterson
, Blackman'8 Insurance BilL
The amendmtnt to -the insurance laws
introduced by Senator Blackman of Hejp
oer, and which passed and became a law is
as follows: - ' .
. "The amount of insurance written in a
policy of insurance on all buildings insured
after the passage of " this act, shall be taken
and deemed the true value of the property
at tbe time of the loss, and the amount of
tbe loss sustained, and ahall be the measure
of damage, nnless the insurance was pro
cured by thri.fraad of the insured, or tbe loss
was caused by the criminal act of the as
sured. It shall be lawful for any insurance
compioy, liable to pay losses occasioned by
tire, to rebuild any structure wholly or par
tially destroyed of the same style and ma
terials and eqnal with the one so destroyed,
but they shall make their election so to 'o
within 30 days after notice of loss. In case
there is a partial destruction of the property
insured, no greater amount shall be col
lected than the damage sustained.9'
Letters Advertised. ;
The following is the list of letters re
maining in The Dalles postoffiee uncalled
for Saturday, March 4, 1893. . Persons call
ins for these letters will please give the
date on which they were advertised: :
Beal Estate Transfers.
Feb. 24 V Lord and wife to Alex Rog
ers; BfJ of nej, and nj of n J, s:c 3.5, tp 7 s,
r 17 east; $1050.
Feb. 24 E izabeth" Lord and W Lord to
Alex Rosen; ; ti of nwl, seo 36, tp 7 s, r 17
Keb. 24 State of Oregon to Alex Rogers;
wj of nwj, and nwj of swj, sec 34, tp 7 s,
r 17 east ; $150.
Feb. 24 State of Oregon to Alex Rogers;
cj of dwJ, sea 22, tp 7 s, r 17 east; $100.
Feb. 25 F A Beckwith to P Finnegan;
certain store house and out houses there
unto belonging at Cascade Locks, knowu as
"Hope's cat h stoie;" $S00.
Feb. 25 Rosioe Like to Patrick Fince
gau; lot D, block 1, Cascade Locks; $100,
Feb: 28 Wro A i.angille to Albert J
Graham; lots 8 and 9, block 2, Waucoma;
Feb. 28 United States to Albert J Gra
ham; nw ot sec 29, tp 1 n, r 10 east;
Feb 28 C L Phillips to VV S Cram; un
divided 4 interest in lots I and 2, sec 20 n.
r 14 east. Also undivided 16 interest lot
3, sec 36, tp 2 n, r 13 east; valuable con
sideration. Feb. 25 B F Liughlin and wife to D W
Edards; south -30 feet of lot No 2, block
10, Laugblin's addition to Dalles City; $1
March 1 Gustav A Brockman- aud Chas
L Fryer to Etfa D Sanford; swj sec 6, tp 5
s, r 13 east; $1000.
March 2 Dalles City to 1 1 Tinrget; lots
11 and 12 Gates' addition to Dalles City; $1.
March 1 JE Sorbin to VV C DawsoD;
parcels of land in sees 13 and 18,- tp 1 n, r
13, aud tp I n, r 12 east; $5000.
March 1 United State-, to Alfred C
Saudford; sw sec 6, tp 5 a, r 13 east; cash
Death of a Newspaper.
The Tac ma Neics in speaking of the
demise of tbe Spokane Spokesman s?ys:
"The Spokane Spokesman has called 'thirty.'
After a long fight for life the Spokesman
gives up the ghost and the Jleview takes
possession of the corpse. There is always
something of a tragedy in such a death. A
newspaper i a verv human institution and
it dies a human death. It has an individu
ality, a character and a following; it has
friends and enemies, people who swear by it
and people who curse it; it has done harm
aud has done good; it bas been treated with
ingratitude by politiciaus whom it bas made
and business men whom it has preserved
from bankruptcy; it bas followed faithfully
to 1 nes of poli jy which were opposed to its
financial interest and bas been looked oh
with suspicion even when it sought to do
something for tbe general good; it is more
easily reached by friendship and rrore hon
estly independent of capital than most
men yet it is thought heartless aod cor
rupt; it is forced to t e partisan on questions
which involve its very life and on which
men of policy remain close as clams; it is
forced to lose money for the sake ot an nn
appreciative community; it enlarges and
spreads when times aro good and it dare not
retrench when retrenchment becomes neces
sary lest it injnre the town;' it often eulo
gizes those who injure it and bears the em
barassment of burdensome friends; it is ex
pected to have no feeling but duty and no
desire but the prosperity of everybody else;
if it thinks thiougb its pocket book, as
men do, it is calle'd dishonest; if it espouses
an unpopular cause it is moved by some
hidden and selGsh motive, and if it refusea
to do so it lacks in courage; its life is one
Ion fight, bittter, intense and fierce aod no
one can tell when it will die for no one can
see when more formidable antagonist will
come upon the field." ' -
Death In the ItuinH. -
Indianapolis, March 2 A tbree-
story brick building, at 25 West Wash
ington street, which had just been vaca
ted, fell at 1:43 this afternoon and car
ritd a number of workmen down. It is
reported four are in the ruins.
lucre were fifteen men on the roof at
tbe time, engaged in tearing1 tbe build
ing down, lhe-bre department is dig
ging for men in the ruins. It is believed
some, it not all four, are dead.
Three workmen have been taken from
tne ruins, u badly hurt. Another is
still in the ruins and has called for help.
Hundreds of People Drowned.
New - York, March 2 Tbe Herald's
cable from Panama says the Compidan
valley, Guatemala, has been flooded.
Sis villages have been swept away, and
hundreds of people are reported drowned.
News comes from Port of Spain that
Arthur Ncwsam, the locar magistrate ot
Cedar township, is missing. There is a
big default in the public funds in hi
charge. The general opinion it that be
has gone to Venrzeula'.
la the Caen - d'Alenes.
Wabdner Idaho, March 2 The Bun
ker Hill and Sullivan mine, the greatest
silver lead property to tbe world, closed
down last night indefinitely. The rea
son assigned is tbe high railroad tariffs
on ores. Tho manager says tbe com
pany does not care to take out its ores
and get nothing in return. It is ru
mored tbat other Cceur d Alene proper
ties will also shut down.
Ex-Uovernor Bishop, uf Ohio. -
Cincinnatti, March 2 Er Governor
R. M. Bishop, of Ohio, died at Jackson
ville, Fla., tbis morning, after a pro
Boy ds ton, John
Cru n, C
Cooper, J C
Dra, Emma '
Helm, E VV
Holladay, J M
Loar, Mrs J R
Craioe, Mrs E J
Hodgson, I G
Kozine, Mrs Lottie
Wilson, Mrs H W
M. T. Nolan, P. M.
Of the Sopeiior Court writes: From men
tal exhaustion," my nervous system be
came sbatte-ed, and I was utterly unable
to sleep Bights. Sulphur Bitters cored
me, aod my sleep is now .sound, sweet,
The item published in tbe Times-Mountaineer
regarding the bomb throwing waa
on the authority of Mr. T. J. Driver, whose
veracity we bave no reason to doubt. Tbe
following is io refutation:
Portland, March 2, 1893.
Pleaie state locally on my authority.
tbat the Oregon Land, Irrigation, Lumber
and Fuel Co. does pot owe -one single dollar
either to farmers at Wapinitia, or to any
one anywhere. The recent "white cap" aod
"bomb-throwing" referred to in your paper
was only a huge practical joke of tbe young
men in that locality, and it was carried a
little too far, the winter being long and
nothing, else to do. Tbe farmers are all
friendly to tbe ditch company.
Geo. VV. McCot.
as she ought the
and ailing wo
man. As long as
she suffers from
the aches, pains.
peculiar to ner
sex, she cant ex
pect to. '
But there's only
neraeir to blame.
With Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, she's
a dilrerent woman. Ana it's a cnange tnat can
be seen as well as felt. The system is invigor
ated, tbe blood enncned, digestion improved,
melancholy and nervousness dispelled.
With the " Favorite Prescription," all the
proper functions are restored to neaitny
action. Periodical pains, weak back, bearing-down
sensations, nervous prostration, all
" female complaints " are cured by it It's
tbe only medicine for woman's weaknesses
and ailments that's guaranteed to do what is
claimed for it If it doesn't give satisfaction,
in every case for which it's recommended,
tbe money is returned.
Can something else offered by the dealer,
though it may pay Mm better, ba " just aa
The Wool Clip is Vastly Improved by Its Use.
ASK YOUR MERCHANT FOR IT. tJH?'000" "'-p 5
j. I-, -- -ir ni-ij. ,r - I-,, i i - - . - 7. . 7 rUMIW UPVH Vlti
Notice of Assignee's Sale.
T)Y virtue of an order duly made, rendered and
IJ entered on the 25th day of February. 1893. b y
the Honorable Circuit Court f the Sta e of Oregon
fur Wasco county, authorizing and directinz the un
dersigned, assignte of the estate of P. T. Sharp, an
inso vent debtor, to the real property belonging
to aaiu estate, 1 wiu on
Monday, tbe 3d day of April, Z893,
at 2 o'clock In the afternoon of said day, at tbe front
door of tbe Count? Court House in .Dalles City,
nasco county, urenn, -il al piiDiic auction, all of
the following a escribed tracts of land and nreiuiae.
belonging to the estate of Said insolvent debtor, to
The northeast quarter of the southwest quarter,
and the south half of the southwest Quarter ol sec.
tion 12, and the northeast quarter of the northwest I
quarter of section 13, it. township 1 north of range I
east, vi n, containing iuu acres; ana fractional
lot s and 4 of tbe north half of the northeast Quar
ter of section 12, in township I north of range 13
east, W M, containing 18 and 84-100 acres: also a
Iractio al ptrt of the northwest quarter ot the rorth-
west qnarter of section 13. township 1 north of ranire
13 east, W ii, containing 25 acres: also the west half I
oi tne nortnwent quarter of section 7, township 1
nonn oi range 14 eul, w il, containing 107 and 20
100 acres: also tbe north half of the south east Quar
ter, and the south half of tbe northeaet ouarter of
section tz, towosnip i norm or range 13 east, w is.
containing 160 acres; containing in all 471 and 4 100
aoro. of land, and all situated in Wos county,
Oregon, together w ith all ai d lingular the tene
ments, hereditaments and ppurtenances therounto
ueionging ana appertaining.
&aid &ie will be made lor cash in hand, and said
lanas and premises will be sold subject to the lien of
two certain mortgages, one given to tne board 01
Commissioners for the sale of school and univerclty
lands, which said mortgage is recorded in book F"
at page 2S8 thereof, of Records of Mortgages for
Wacu county, Oregon, aud was mven' to secu,e the
payment of t-e sum of iMOO and Interest, and the
other oiortirage given to William Floyd, to secure
tne payment 01 tne sum or 9075 and interest, wnici
aid mur:gae is recorded in ook -K" at page 386
.uereo . oi riecoras d Morula trod lor said countv.
auu wnicn fc.nu mortgages are uereoy referred to.
J. W UUMUUN.
Assignee ot the estate of P. T. Sham, an insolvent
The Dalles, Ore., March 4, 1893.
KOSHL&HD BROS., Portland, Or., I A. H. WILLIAMS & COMPANY,
CEN. ACTS. FOR ORECON, WASHINGTON & IDAHO. Iioeal Agtt., The Dalles. Or.
WILLIAM COOPER & NEPHEWS, Proprietors, Galveston, Texti.
Toil Wailt Your Dry Goods
We keep the Largest and Best Assorted Line
in the city, of Dry Goods and Notions, Gents'
Furnishing Goods and Clothing, Men's, Ladies'
and Children's Fine Shoes. -
Wc WBIlt Your Patronage.
Of Cvurse we will put Prices to suit. Always
do that. Nobody undersells us. Come around
A. M WILLIAMS & CO.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF FOOTWEAR.
XTOTICB is hereby given that the mrtnershin
i 1 heretofore existing nnder the firm name and
ityle of Bmllti McAllister, is this dov dissolved bv
mutual consent All debts due the late firm will be
collected by the individual members, and all bills
contracted br the firm prior to this date will be nald
by the individual members. The D stoffice address
of the individual members of the firm will remain
the same, Croy, Sherman county, Oregon.
Croy, Sherman county, Oregon, Feb. 27, 1893.
GOOD FIT, .'. GOOD WEAR,
AT REASONABLE PRICES,
Proposals for Bids.
EALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
onice of CMndall Butvett until noon. March
20, 183. for the superstructure of a propose! dwell
ing to on bunt lor w. 1 Hnul?naw on tne not tn east
corner of WaFh'urton snd Fourth streets, The
Dalles, Orefron, according- to the plats snd specifica
tions prepared by C. J. Cnndall Bids will alto be
received at the same time aud place for the mason
work of ihe above mentioned building. Plans and
necifloat.ona can be seen at the office of Crandall k
Burtrett. The riKbt is reserved to reject any and
an Dias. leozsia
8HERREN K' EHLEB In this citv, Feb. 27th, t-y
Rev. A. Born, Mrs. Emma Sherren to Hr. Cbas.
KELLER In this city, Feb.
Hr. George Keller, a son.
8ANDOZ On Hill creek, March 1st, to the
Mr. A. Sandoz, a son. , :. ,
23th, to the wife of
" Castoria fa so veil adapted to children that
I recommend it aa superior to any prescription
known to ma." H. A. Archer, M. I
111 South Oxford Sc., Brooklyn, X. Y
I nse CastoHa (n ray practice, and find H
specially adapted to affections of children. "
Akx. Robcbtsom, M. D
1057 id Are,, Hew Yorlu
"Trom personal knowledge I can sav- that
Castoria is a most excellent medicine for cbil
dren." Db. Q. C Osgood,
' Lowell, Has.
Caatoria. promotes Digestion, and
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Sour
Stomach, Diarrncea, and Feveri&hness.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and its
sleep natural. Caatoria, contains no
Uorpbirue or other narcotic property.
To Lease on Shares.
Party having ranch on the Columbia river
near Covote desires letting on shares. For
particular! address . '
, A. C. BoRnrcK,
Castle Rock, Oregon.
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. Knights of Pythias.
Athkha, Ore., March I, 1893.
In last issne of the TiMEa-Mountaineer
I wish to kindly correct an error, as yoa
propably had in mind the K of P census
of January 1. 1892. of 357.924. The fail
ure as now known op to January -1, 1893,
are over 425,000, an increase of 68,000.
' E. S. W.
H otioe to Tax Payers.
Taxpayers will please' take notice tha
the city council have by express order in-
stneted the undersigned to proceed and
collect all delinquent taxes by levy and
sale, and only immediate attention will
avoid the payment of expenses of levy and
advertising. VAX MALORsT,
171 Second Street,
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EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OP
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fland-Coided Health Corsels and Dress Reform Waists
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In w lous styles and oolora. All orders mad to customer's mnwure,
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Cured Hams, Bacon, Dried Beef and Tongues,
And the best Beefsteaks, Mutton Chops mnd
Veal Cutlets in tbe market.
Orders Delivered to Anv Part of the Citv.
Fresh Vegetables on sale at tbe LowestPrices.
From the Celebrated House of Wanamaker & Brown,
of Philadelphia, at
P. Fagan's Tailoring Establishment,
SECOND STREET, THE DALLES, OREGON.
Mr. Fagan has been appointed Sole Agent for this celebratad firm, and will
attend to all orders personally. ,
THE DALLES LUMBERING COMPANY
- Wholesale and Retail Dealers and Maoafactorersof
13t tiding- ZVlaterial and Dimension Timber
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OAK and SIxA-D
DELIVERY TO ANY PART OP THE
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SooooMori to Mrs. C. K. Dunham,
Corner of Union and Second Streets, The Dalles, Oregon.
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
Fine Toils Soaps, Brashes, Combs, Perfumery, Eta,
L qoors for Medicinal Farposaa.
Physicians' Prescriptions n. Specialty.