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SATURDAY...... ...... MAECH 4, 1893
GRE8HAM AND NATIONALISM.
The Democrats who are claiming
Judge Gresham as one in full sympa
thy with all Democratic doctrines will
find their mistake when they Bound
him on the doctrine of states rights. If
they want to know the judge's views
regarding thia question they should
read his address on "Nationalism," de
livered before the Army of the Ten
nessee in . 1879, and published in the
Chicago Inter Ocean with his consent
in 1883, as the views he1 still held re-
lating to this vexed subject, dividing
the two political parties from the date
of the organization of the Republican
pirty. In that address the judge said:
" It is still proclaimed over the
graves of the Confederate dead and
' elsewhere, by those that have been
, treated with unparalleled leniency by
the '. national government, that there
bellion was right, that the coarse of
the south was just, and that it was
crushed by the weight of overwhelm
ing numbers. It is natural and reas
' onable to infer that persons who cher
ish these opinions and sentiments do
not harbor an abiding love foi the
union and its defenders. It also nec
essarily follows, if their utterances be
true, that the- soldiers . of ' the union
were o'u the wrong side in the war;
that- they fought for oppression and
despotism: and this, it is almost un
necessary to add, they cannot be ex
pected to admit, even to gain the good
will of the south. It was also pro
claimed within the past few weeks, by
one who led the south into rebellion
and ruin, that the constitution is notb
ing more than a 'compact between the
states,' which is only another expres-
. aion Of the right to secede and an at-
tempt at its justification. '. .It, will
hardly be disputed that this is what
was meant by " 'states rights' before
the war, and that all the arguments
that were madftin support of nullifica
tion and secession were based upon this
theory of the constitution.' Jt is to be
regretted that the Confederate soldiers
have not been impelled by a sense of
honor and duty to openly repudiate
the mischievous utterances of ' their
late leader. ' For it has been settled,
if war can settle . anything, that the
constitution is not . a ' 'compact of
states,' and : it is not out of place for
union soldiers on occasions like this to
declare that they regard as enemies of
the country those, who advocate or
cherish opinions to the contrary."
A newspaper correspondent or an
eastern paper, who seems to fairly dote
on the entire Cleveland trio, goes into
raptures over the sumptuous apart-
. ments prepared for the presidentelect
and his family at the Arlington hotel.
Lustrous rugs, delicately wrought laces,
"French frivolities of tapestried seats
on absurd - gold legs . and ridiculous
gold backs," figure in the list of furni
ture, and to add a certain imperial
.', splendor Grover is to sip his coffee
from a cup once used by Napoleon
Bonaparte, while his . wife will use
knife, fork, and spoon once belonging
to the Empress Eugenie; .Everything
is on the same high pitch The ac
commodations engaged are to be paid
for at the rate of $475 a day, or $173,-
375 a year. Evidently Mr. Cleveland
- has been very thrifty since - he was
elected president the first time, or his
. multimillionaire friends have - taken
the matter in their own hands. ' The
Democratic party' has always .prided
itself upon being close to the common
. people. It looks back to Thomas- Jcf
: ferson as its founder and exemplar of
ideal 'simplicity. .Instead of""drivtn?
to his inauguration in a coach drawn
by six horses, the -third president
modestly rode out .' on horseback and
hitched his nag to a post with his own
. hands. At least that is the tradition
which has come down to us from ad
miring partisans. The Democracy
will no doubt go right on praising
Jeffersonian simplicity, deeming it not
', inconsistent with burning incense at
the shrine of Cleveland, the first presi
dent of the United Slates to -use the
second hand crockery of a played out
monarchy. - -
The Hew Assessment Law.
Alanley a bill providing tor one assess
ment and one" collection of taxes, abolishes
city and school district assessors, and pro
vides for the levying of taxe by ity and
district authorities upon a certificate from
the county assessor of the total amount of
assessable property on the rolls lying within
the boundaries of the city or district. -. The
assessor then extends the city and district
taxes opposite the state and county taxes,
aad the collector collects them all at one
time, paying them to the treasurer, who
keeps them in separate funds.
Under the old law the property owi.er
was put to too much . trouble to pay his
taxes. He had to go to the sheriff to pay
his county taxes, to the town clerk to pay
hi city taxes, and to the school .district
clerk to pay bis school taxes. He was as
sessed at a different valuation in each place
and the collection began at different dates,
so that he could never make one job of it.
In addition to this, there might be three
distinct sales for delinquency in one year.
adding a needless cost for' redemption. - Bv
the new law property owners can pay all
their taxes at one time and receive one re'
oeipt for the entire amount, the number and
cost ot delinquent sales will be reduced, the
uncertainty of title by reason of tax sales
be lessened, and a needless annoyance and
burden npon real estate transfers removed,
Jfrom Mr. l. r. iinver, who came in
town to-day we learn that matters are in a
serious state at Wapinitia, and two
attemps have been made recently to wieak
vengeance on certain individuals by means
of dynamite bombs. On the night ot the
18th ot the present month, while Mr. Driver
was sitting in the McD. Lewis house in
company with Mr. John Strain and- Mr. C.
K Chrisleaf, a bomb was thrown down the
chimney causing it to explode. It struck
Mr. Strain in the back and Mr. Cbnsleaf in
the chin. The latter bled quite profusely.
bat was not seriously injured. Mr. Strain's
back wan very painful from the-wound, but
the next day, diseuising himself by blacking
his face aad .- wearing . a . different suit , of
clothes, he rode to bis residence, a distance
of about ten mile. Mr. Driver i was
stopping on the Lewis farm, feeding stock
daring the stormy weather. He cannot
understand what grievance they had against ,
him, and says the matter is (inexplicable.
Some time afterwards, one night the oamp
of the aitch digger was attacked and sev
eral bombs were thrown around and iu the
house. Fortunately no one wan hart, and
Mr. Bice went out and asked the persons
what they meant by such mischief. They
answered him and rve him to understand
that it would be safer for him to leave, but
he was persuaded to remain by the neigh
bors. It seems that tiiere is an intense feel
ing in the neighborhood against the ditch
company, as payments have not been made
as promised, and in one instance a check
given on a Portland bank was not honored.
East Orejconian. '
Ex-Shcriff A. S. Bowers attempted sui
cide on his farm near Walla Walla, Satur
day afternoon, by cutting a deep gash in
his neck with a pocket knife, and stabbing
himself twice in the breast, each stab an
inch deep and two inches in length.
Bowles was released from the asylum at
Steilacoom about. two months, ago as be
ing cured of an attack of insanity. Since
bis return, he has acted quietly until a
few days ago, when his ranch was sold to
pay the mortgage, leaving him in a poor
financial condition. Jieing reduced to
such circumstances -caused his mind to
again become unbalanced, but bis in
sanity took a difiurent turn from his for
mer attack, and, instead of being violent
be became melancholy. Friday morning
he went to bis wife's room and took her
by tbo throat and began choking her, say
ing it would be better for theui to die, as
there was nothing left to live for. His
wife finally succeeded in pacifying him,
and he released his grasp on her tbront.
At a o'clock in the afternoon he went to
the barn, climbed up over the beams, and
dropped himself down into tBe hay and
attempted to take iiis life. He was
missed from the house, and found in the
barn coyered with blood. A physician
was summoned from the city, who says
the wounds are not necessarily lata!
soon as he can be removed, he
taken to the asylum.
The Hew "Whaleback.
- ' Astorian. . -
The disastrous experience of the Wet
more will not deler the American Steel
Barge Comsany from nutting another
whaleback on the Pacific coast, tor they
now have a large force of men at work on
the new steamer Everett, building at Ever
ett, Wash. The contract has already been
let to the Frontier Iron Works, of. Detroit,
Mich., for the construction of the engines
for the Everett. They will develop be
tween 5000 and 6000 horsepower. The
company has had such success in build -ing
its Chicago passenger whaleback, the
Christopher Columbus, that it has decided
to make the Everett a combined passenger
and freight vessel. bUty state ooms
will lie put in on the upper deck tor the
accommodation of passengers. It has
not been decided yet what route-the Ever-
ett will be put on, but :t is probable that
she will be put on the regular run be
tween fcverett and San Francisco. Mbe is
being built large enough so that she can
make the run to Japan or 'hina, if her
seagoing qualities will justify it. The
Everett a tonnage is 4500. .
Wool and Its. Uses.
We notice in the Wool Manufacturers'
Journal, the quarterly of which is just
issued, a very interesting glossary of texile
terms and formative appellations applied by
manufacturers, practical ' workmen, the
trade, etc., who may be engaged in handling
or mannfactnrmg woo', worsted, cotton,
silk and linen goods! in Great Britain and
the United States. This- glossary, covering
present public uses, and to some ex'ent its
history, location, market, kind of fabric into
which it is manufactured, is certainly of an
'extremely interesting chancier and will.
after being published id the succeeding
quarterly reports until completed, be pub
lished in book form for the praot cal use of
manufacturers and the trade which bandies
woolen fabrics. --
We look npon it as one ot the most im
portant dictionaries and formative histories
of the practical progtess of our most im
portant fabrical industries and of great
interest to every wool grower.. It should
be on every wool producers table.
Another Artesian WelL
Yakima Herald: On Saturday, Feb. 18th,
anotner spurting artesian well was struck
on the Moxee. The well is on the ranch of
fjhas. A. Gano, in sec. 8, tp. 12 n., r. 20 e.
The bole is five inches in diameter, and the
.cost of boring did not exceed $3 per foot.
At a depth of 80 feet water war-encountered.
At 170 feet it raised to within
36 feet of the surface, and when the drill
had reached a depth of -220 leet the water
was within. 20 feet of the surf tee, and grad
ually raised until a depth of-2bU feet was
attained, nen there was a am. II overflow.
At 315 feet the flow was 107.000 gallons in
24 hours. . The drill ii still being sent down,
and the flaw is constantly mcreaaing. No
quicksand was ;ound in this well, and like
the balance of the flowing wells, water was
found in hard, porous rock. -Thirty-two
working days were employed, which gives
an average of 9J feet per day. Considering
weather drawbacks, when the pumps had
to be thawed oat two and three times a
Jay, the time actually consumed in drillirg
was 18 days.
TELEGEAPHIO HEWS. '
Xott-d IivanberanaB Blardered.
Spokane. Wash., Feb. 27 Philip Miller,
a prominent lumberman and contractor, was
foully murdered here about 8 o'clock this
evening.. 1 he murderers were young men
and strangers in this locality. It is supposed
they had a dispute about an account with Mr.
Miller, when one of them, ' who carried a
loaded rifle, deliberately shot him through the
heart.. The murder was committed on the
south bank of the river, near the ferry land
ing, and before the report of the murder
reached the officers the murderers escaped
through the darkness in an easterly direction
The people are wild with excitement, and
Deputy Sheriff Raymond raised a large posse
of men at once, who are ndw in hot pursuit of
the murderers and they will, doubtless, hang
to the limb of some convenient tree it over
taken before morning. Miller, the murdered
man, was an Odd Fellow in high standing
and a citizen highly respected in this com
munity. ' - ' -
A Steam Collier Disabled.
San Fbancisco, Feb. 27 The steam
collier Mackinaw, which left here for Seattle
on the night of the 23d, has returned ' to port.
She had a long and desperate battle wkh the
early stage of a gale and lost two blades of
her piopeller, throwing one when off Cape
Mendocino and me other a little iurtber south.
She could not turn around with safety lor
some time, bat when she did she came home
flying, the wind driving her along at a much
better late than could have been got out of
her with the single remaining propeller blade.
Her lookout saw nothing of either the Hum
boldt or Columbia, which were last reported
as being at a standstill, bucking into the gale
on roint Keyes.
8he Killed Them Throne h Jealousy
Atjanta, rGa Feb. - 27. Miss Julia
Force, who is in jail for the murder of the
two sisters, yesterday surrendered to the chief
of police a written statement about the matter.
The statement covers about 20 pages of fools
cap, and says that she killed her sisters be
cause she was jealous of the attention her
mother and brothers were showing them
The statement shows evidence of the writer's
.insanity. Tbe Force brothers have employed
the best legal talent in the state to defend the
murderess, and will make a stubborn fieht for
Another Convlrt War Threatened
NASHVlLLE,Tenn., Feb. 27 A convict war
is again threatening to rend Tennessee. The
governor has announced Bis intention of
withdrawing the standing army. The miners
last evening held a meeting and decided -fcv
vote to liberate the 500 convicts in the valley
and fire the stockades. Judge Glass, a con
vict, was brained today by a fellow convict.
Twa Drowned in a Gale.
San Fbancisco, Feb. 27. During a gale
Saturday night the, naphtha launch Bob was
driven ashore at Sausalito and two of the
crew drowned. One of these was Fred Lee.
a son of the owner of the launch, and an an
known num.. . .The only survivor, a man
named Crawford, reports the launch capsized
in the storm. .'-..'
Rippey's Explanatory abetter.
San Fbancisco, Feb. 25 The follow
ing letter, addressed to a morning paper,
was foond upon the person of Willam C
Rippey, tbe would be assassin of John W.
Mackay. It is as follows:
"I believe that it takes two persons to
constitute a contract, the party of tbe
fiirst part and tbe party of the second
part. I have been neither the party of
the first part nor tbe party of the second
God knows that I have been the purty
that has not lost ode cent less than $25, -000
anions a lot of tbeives who infest
what is known as "tbe Sin Francisco
Stock Board, situ ted ou Piae street, this
city. In other wcrds, I have sowed my
coin and I have reaped. tare, but tbe
man that sowed tbe tares tbaf I have
reaped will harvest a whirlwind if I have
either the nerve or strength to pull a trig
ger. "1 have bad some close and intimate
friends who today, sleep that sleep that
knows no waking, all on account of
stocks. The last one, but a short time
ago, came to me, holding in bis band 65
cents, and said to me 'Tbis is all I pos
sess on this earth; just enough to take me
across the bay to find some secluded spot,
where I hope to lay unidentified until
the tun shall grow dim with age m.d na
ture sinks in jtars. I am pat 73 year
of age. and I can't bring tf nund any one
I ever bad troublo with. I never was
drone in mv life. I never associated
with that class of men who were Imlilp
to eet into trouble. I have always paid
the last honest cent I owed until the past
few months, when I wns forced to borrow
a small amount to bridge over an assess
meot on stock. This I regret, although
small as it is. These men have driven
me to desperation, and had I the power
today I would wipe them all off the face
of this same city. They have been the
cause of more destitution, more demented
men, more suicides, and the direct cause
of the separation and destruction of more
happy.hotnes man any bod? of perjured
villiaos th .t God ever suffered to live.
Now. in conclusion, let me 6ay tha I
have but one desire, and that is if I
should leave behind friends enough to
L'lve me a half decent funeral I hope the
coroner will give my remains into their
bands. If not, it is all the same. I will
get there just as soon as the other fellow.
I never start tor a new country but what
I get there."
j?ate of Resellers.
Haw Bedford, Mass., Feb. 25 Six
men were drowned off Cuttybunk. one of
the Elizabeth islands .last night, while
trying to rescue tbe crew of a stranded
vessel. Tbe men composed the volun
Uer crew of the Massachusetts Humane
Society's lifebcat. Tbe names of tbe un
fortunate men-are: Captain Timothy Ai
ken, I sal a b Tavlor, Hjram Jackson, Will
iam Brightman, and Frederick AikeD.
During tbe storm last evening tbe vessel
was discovered agirund off Sow and Pigs'
reef. The boat oeloogiog to tbe Mass
acbusetts Humane Society was run ' out
and a volunteer crew put off in ber, des
pite the beayy swell and tbe warning of
the captain of the life-saving slatino.
They bad a long, bard and perilous pull.
1 he waves threatened every moment to
engulf ibem, but at last tbey succeeded
in getting under tbe lee of the veasel.
A rope was thrown to the-boar, but jost
as a Ian ling was about to be effected a
great wave capsized the boat and in an
instant tbe men were struggling in the
ice cold water. One man of the boat's
crew, Joseph Tilton, caught n rope that
was thrown and was drawn on board
the vessel, but the others were lost.
Communication was subsequently-estab
lished with land, and wben it was
asceitained that six of the crew were lost
an affecting scene ensued . 1 The wrecked
vessel was ascertained to be the brig
Sagua, ladeu with sugar and bound from
Cuba tor Booton. It is thought tbe brig
will be lost. The captain and crew were
saved and landed on Cuttybunk.
The Treaty Is lead.
Washington, Feb. 25 Tbe Hawaiian
treaty is thought to be dead for tbis ses
sion. This is reluctantly conceded even
bv its friends. Tbe action of tbe senate
today is refusing to go into executive ses
sion, though tbe action doubtless had
some reference to Hanchett's circuit
judge, nomination, is also accepted as
conclusive indication tbat tbe treaty
would be shelved for tbe remainder of the
session . Tbe treaty matter can, of
course, be taken up in tbe extra session,
which will convene immediately after the
present congress des, but unless sonn
marked change occurs, there is be'ievtd
to be no prospect of action upon it duriog
tbe lire ot tec present administration.
A possible knowledge of Its disposition
on the part of the senate had some rtflex
lufloence on the action of the bouso
there was to have been a meeting of the
ways and means committee ot the house
today to consider the retoluticro, but it
did' not take place. One Republican
committeeman said, his colleagues bad
n cited against the resolution. He tire
aiciea toe resolution would tie per
mitted to full to tbe ground. Tbe Demo
cratic members of the committee are
still examining the subiect. Dot it does
not seem likely the resolution, wi'.l be
Freight, Train Collided.
St. Johnsbtjbpy, Vt., Feb. 37 The
worst accident that ever ' occurred in the
Listory ot the Passnmpsie railway divis
ion of the Boston & Maine took place
just above St. Jobnbury Center at 3:30
this afternoon, when two through
freights collided at a culvert. Fred
Claike, engineer of tbe up tram, Charles
west, an engineer who was riding on tbe
same engine, and Fred Green, fireman on
the down tiain, were killed. William
Dowling a brakeman, was hurt about the
bead, but not seriously injured. Nudo
leon Bedard, of tbe down train, saved his
oy jumping. JNooe of the other
train uanos were nurc. urea (Jlarke .was
living wben first found, but died before
be conld be extricated from tbe debris.
mo down tram had 39 cars, most of
them loaded. It a. a very heavy train
and was going down a heavy grade.
giving it a feartol impetus. Wben tbe
crat-h came the up train was slowly
steaming up the grade. The impetus of
the down train was such that tbe cars near
both engines were tumbled over the loco
motive and fell on both sides tbe track
into tbe ravine below.-" The . cars
were loaded with baled hay, dressed beef,
corn and Hour. Beneath a dozen or more
trucks 00 tbe rontb bound train and a
balf a dozen freight cars, with tbiir con
tents all piled in a mass, wero found the
Undies, of the two engineers Fireman
Green and Brakeman Dowling. Tbe last
named was tbe only . one that, came our
alive. " He received a gash on the bead,
Fred Clarke was about twenty five years
01a an'i unmarried. Charles West bad
recently been married, and was thirty
years old. Fred Green wus a new man
on tbe road. Tbe cause of the accident
was the forgettiog of orders. -Conductor
Drew had orders to wait at St. - Johns-
bury, but left here after tbe air-lioe train
had come down. Tbe damage to rolling
stock will be large. Two engines are
locked together just oyer the cnivert and
about twenty cars are smashed, while
thoae that tumbled into tbe culvert are
demolished. The conductor has fled to
pans unknown. When met by Superin
tendent Deisom ne was running down
tbe track toward S-. Jobusbury Center,
crazy with fear and excitement.
A Brave Engineer's) Heroic Deed.
Philadelphia, Feb. 27 Unmindful
of his own danger, Doininick R. Tospn,
railroad engineer, Ust night plunged
into a deep ice-covered pond at Fairbill
station, and, after an awlal straggle, sac
ceeded in rescninR little- Willie Templiu,
aeed 0. from death. . Tbe child, ' while
lsyinif with others, threw a stink on the
ice and men attempted to wuik out and
recover it. When twenty yards iium tbe
shore tbe ice gave way and the child dis
ppeared beneath tbe tun ace. At the
same instant lreigbt train No. 45 passed
alone the embankment, at the bottom of I
which tbe pond bad formed. ' Eogioeer
Torpri stopped bis engine, and, rushing
down tbe steep bank, lumped to tbe res
cue of the drowning boy Fighting bis
wav throueh ice and water, wbicb is
fully fifteen feet deep, be finally suc
ceeded in reaching tbe child, and nrarl
perishi-d, he was drawn ashore by some
of b:s fellow-iraiuinen. The child ws
carried to tbe residence of Eugene Small,
where he bad been staving, and was re
stored to consciousness, llie orave cn-
riceer was rushed to the hospital 00 a
special train and last night was pro
uouoced out of danger.
A Fatal Railroad Collision.
Washington, Feb. 27 At 1 o'clock
this morning a north bound passenger
truiu on the Pennsylvania railroad col
lided with a side-tracked freight on tbt
causeway of a long bridge crossing thi
Potomac ricr. The engines of f-oti
trams were completely wrecked. Fire
uiao Sim;son, of the freight, was k lied,
arid Engineer Mullowney and Fireman
Korniik, of tbe passDger train, bad y in
jured. The telegraph operator at the
bridge ba9 been arrested, charged with
having caused Simpson's death by fail,
ing to close the switch. There is a
stretch of single track at that point aud
the freight was ou a side track waiting
for the pa.-senger train to pass.
Were Th y WrnwaH !
San Fbancisco, Feb. 27 It is thought
that A. R Church, member .of the firm of
Dollinc & Co, leather dealers, ot tbis
city, aud Eu'uoe Frost, a tcietary ot Mc
Nears' electric street roud in Oaklan 1,
have been drowned. Both men who live
in .Oakland, went to Alviao SaJurday
night . to shoot ducks. Tbey h.red a
small fiat bottomd boat and went oui
among tulus Sunday moroing. They di
not return with the bo it, which was
found bottom up. Church did not ao
pear at his office here this morning, and
Frost has not been borne. Nothing has-
been s-.-cn or heard of the missing men
since they started out bunting.
r. Ureen Lit ft Sl Will.
LouisiLLE, K., Feb. 27 The lite
Dr. Norviu Green did not leave a will,
and his estate will be settled as the Ian
provides in such cases. His widow has
qualified as executrix. It is reported Dr.
Green left a fortune ot about $750,000
Under the Kentucky laws, onentbird oi
that eoes to tbe widow, which leaves
$500,000' to be divided between his six
children, four sons and two daughters.
Tbey will receive about $ 30,000 each, un
less the reports of the value of the doc
tors estate have been overestimated,
. A Kieb Vein vf Gold.
Ellensborgh, Wash , Feb. 27 The
report of a .marvelous strike has just
come from Swauk creek. Johnson and
York a; ruck a ten inch vein on Se'mi
point, several te- is of which show that it
uoes $39,000 in sold to tbe ton). It was
found in what 'was called tbe old French
pocket, which was worked eighteen years
ago by a party of Frenchmen, who took
out one nugget worth $1004. Today's
report created great excitement here and
a number of men will leave for the camp
. filed From His Woundup
Medfoio, Or.,; Feb.. 28 George
Brownswortb, tbe young man tbat was
shot near Wiiner, tbis county, last week,
died jesterdav morning from bis wounds
A post mortem examination and coroner's
inquest were held last night, and thi
jury's verdict was to the effect tbat
Brownswortb came to bis death by a
gunshot fired by Arthur Sherill. Young
Bhernll s bearing bas been set for next
rim pies oa the
Face cured. Hulpbur Bit crs will cure
tbe worst cage of skin disease; from a
common pimple on tbe face to tbat awful
disease scrofula. It is tbe best medicine
to use in all esses of such stubborn and
deep-seated disease. Do not delay ; une
Sulphur Bitters and drive tbe humor
from your blood.
. Notice to Tax Payers.
Taxpayers will please take notice tha
the city council have by express order in-
strtcted the updersiened 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. Dan Maloney.
lama. Fattest and Fteest to the WeriA
Paaoeilger accomodations unexcelleo.
lEW VOHrLoNDGIiDEftRy AND 6U8B0W.
NEW TOBK, GIBBALTER and NAPLES,
At regular Intervals.
KliniM. SECOND-CLASS AND 8TEERABE
rstea on lowest terms to and from the principle
SCOTCH, IN3LISH, BIBB A ALL OOOTlNlOTai P0KT8-
sxeorsion ocKets avauaoie to retors oy nuwruvpi
tnreso,ae Clyde ft North of Ireland orHaples ft Glbrafa
mm ass nmnj 0rUts to Aay Asomtstt I ovist
Amh tn uf of on, Intial Aminta or so
BEKDKB80N BBOTHEBS, Chicago, HI.
AGENTS WANTED-Applv to T.
eneral Agent. The Dalles. Or.
' NOTICE FOR PtJBUCATION.
Lakd Omca at Vabcouvbr, Wash..
' 0nu eu ion.
To Daniel O' mer and all whom it may concern:
Notiee is hereby riven that the foUowinpr-named
settler has filed notice of his int ntion to make final
pro f in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before W. R. Dunbar. Commissioner
United States Circuit Court for district i f Washing
ton, at Goldendale. Washington, on Way 2d, 1893,
DOMINGOS A. LEONARDO,
Hemes trad Application No. 6080, for the NW qr, Sec
i, ip z jk, a 11 a, n a.
He names the followingr witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
lanii. viz: .
Lougblin O'Brien, John T. Lucas, Henry P. Brune,
mjoron-u. Bunnell. . au oi uentervuie fostomce.
JOHN D. GEOGHEGAN, Reeistrr.
L; P; OSTLUND
I will rurnlsh.drafts and estimates on til bail din s
uweuuurs ana stores.
Mr. Ostlund is a practical mechanic, and the plane
dratted by bun will prove artistic, cheap and du
PIGS' FEET, SANDWICHES.
At the building next to Skibbe's Hotel.
Having rented the back part of Miss
Blemmer's Ctady Store," I am pit pared to
furnish these to' guests. JAS. WHITE
MONEY tO LOAN.
We have an unlimited amount
. of money to loan on approved
Thornbuky & Hudson,
A AAV lailCO VA
Goods hauled with the greatest carelto all
parta of the city on short notioe.
General Expressman !
Application for Liquor License.
Falls Pbbcisct, )
btate of uretf jd J
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I, ED
mond Berger'.n, of said precinct and county,
will, on the 8th day of March, 1893, apply to the
County Court of the above-named coumy for a li
cense to sell spirituous, malt and vinous liquors in
less quantities Uian one gallon.
Falls PREctr.cr. Wasco Countv,
State of Oregon.
To the Honorable County Court of the County of
Waaco, -tate of Oregon:
We, tbe undersigned resident and lctril voters
of Falls precinct, countv and state aforesaid, do
hereby respectfully petition and pray that said court
shall grant a lict-n6e to Eduioud Bergeron to sell apn
ituons, malt and vinous liquors in s-jid Falls pre
cinct, in less quantities than one gallon, I ?r the
period of one year:
C J Candiani, M D
John Su Jivan
A E Traak
P W Yeuick
C F Kcr-haw
John W Haley
Tlioa VI Badder
E P Ash
A J Kuuhtley
J G stout
C A Stewart
Ze' I Garner
. . Wm McKenzie
D L t'ates
M Kilzg raid
11 A Leavens
C M Carlson
D D Callahan
is .i Morin
A Q Lazier
Joel W Douthit
J M Mflsaac
J C T Furncw
Application for Liquor License.'
Cascade Locks, Falls P eci.vct, "1
fctpte of Oregon J
Notice ia hereby criven that Bad.ler ft McKenzid. of
said precinct and co.iuty.wiil, on the Sih dny of March
1893, apply to the County .ourt of the above-named
v-unty for a license to sell spirituous malt and
villous liquors in less quamities than one gallon.
Cascade Locks. Falls Precinct,
. Wssco County, State of Oregon.
To the U"norabIe. the County Court of Wasco county,
We, the undersigned Ieiral voters of Fal's Pre
cinct, of Wasco county, or., re-pa. tfully petition
vour honorable court to errant a license to B d- er k
Mc ei.zie to sell spirituous, vinous and malt liquors at
the town of Casode Lock", in eaid precinct, in less
quantities than one gallon, for the period of one
U W frnppner C H Trask
W L Keltner M Fitzgera d
James Stewart A J Kuightley
PatSul'ivaa Patrick Walsh
William lav . P. Black
J C fFairview J Sullivan
Mat'hiew Welsh .Joel W Douthit
fcrik Nelson ' Harry Gray
E P Ash ' Iaai Murin
Chas lin Wm A I .yon
John Buss Wm McKenzie
John Nilson Geo J Buffoa
W Lake AZGIa.bert
Barry Lillegard P 1 Liileea d
C F Kershaw . Augut Peterson
P Paulsen Thos Coyle
Peter Shevinger J E Hill
A L Collin ED Monaghau
Pat Lfttav John Trana
Chas Oloen Ed Eyrainer
Ru loir Schmidt D L (Jatea.
Alex Watt ' C J fanniani, M D
Miles Sisk KB Clark .
John W Haley A E Trask
Application for Litpor License.
Nasskks Pbecwct, 1
W-sco County. V
State of Oregon.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I HAT I. A. W.
Branner, of said preciuct and county, will, on
the 8th day of March, 1893, apply to the county
Court of the above named county for a license to
se 1 spirit-.o-ua, malt and vinous liquors in leas quan
tities than jno gal on.
Wasco County, - tate of Oregon.
T tha Honorable County Court of Wasco County,
We, tbe undersigned residents and legal voters of
Nansene Precinct, county ami state aforesaid, re
spectfully petition your honorable court to grant a
license to A W. Branner to sell spirituous, vinous
an 1 malt liquors in said Nansene Precinct, in less
quantities than one gailcn for the period of one
W B Haynes
F D Gillespie
J W Adams i
W T Nesbitt
James Q Kaston
' Chas A kaston
J F Manin
Jamts A E-ston
Henry Uuonon, Jr
J A Fawcelt
E V Butler
E A Griffin
F C CLusen
p Lunmeroth -Frank
CJ Biadley '
G S Willard
C W cmiih
Will C Adams
C B Humbert-
F 4 KeUer -
F B Moe
Geo W Roberts
A W Walker
F F Kirkham
B M Koihery
u du norn
W T Chora
G W Otey
C L KirKham
J W Montgomery
. Henson McCoy
J H Underbill
I B Hambert hisXmark
W J Craft
J M Muiray
Application to Liqqor License.
Cascade Locks, Falls Precinct,
1 Wasco Countv
State of Oieg v
NOTiCE. IS HEREBY flIVEN THAT I, JOHN
Sullivan, cf aii prec:nct a: d county, will, on
the 8th day of March, 1H93, apply to the County
Court rf the above named coun'y for a license to
sell nil itucus milt and viLOua liquors in less quan-
ubica uau one itaiiou.
- Cascadk Locks, Falls Thy cict.
Wasco County, btate of Oregon
To the Honorable Countv Court of Wasco County.
We. the undersitmed tax pavers and letral voters of
Falls Precinct, countv and state aforesaid, resiect-
(ullv petitioo Tour honorable court t oriaiit a li-
j cense xo jenn su a van to aeii spi ltuoua, vinuus and
maUt liqaoK at the town of Cascade Locks, in fraid
prcinct, in less quantities than one yaJlon f-ir tLe
penoa or one yt ar;
C J Candiani M D Kenneth McKenzie
Patrick Sul ivan Thoa W Badder
C E Miller James Stewart
Nick Nelseu - J F Stout
D L Cat a IP Ah
Wm Leycock CM Carlson
r F Levens J k Hill
Wm Duncan ' John Trana
H A Leavens W L Keltner
Ale Watt " ' EDMonahao
T H Wi.liams Wm A Lyon
Wm M.'Kenzie Dan 8ullivaa'
Mike Aisk Harry Gray
John W Haley R Black
Joei W Douthit ' W Sams
Zorl Garneau Jr M Kelleher
P W Yettick ' . M Fitwerald -
Ed fcyrainer . . Patrick Walsh
T C Benson - ' Ang-UBt Peterron
A G HaU Patrick McAllmey
Application for Liquor License..
CAacADH Loom, Falls Prkcixct,
State of Oregon.
XTOTICE 18 HERKBR GIVEN THaT I. PaT-
ll rick McAilenv, uf said ureinct and countv.
I will, on the 8th day of March. 1893. appiv to tbe I
tjouniy uuutt 01 tne aoove named county lor a 11-
cenno to sen spi. ltuons, malt ara vinous liquors
less quantities than one gallon.
Cascadb Loces. Falls Prbci.vct.
Wuco County. State of Oregon.
To tho Honorable County Court of Wasco County.
We. tbe onderiisraef taxoaverB and 'eini! to ten of
ran irecinrt, county anu sttte aioresaid. resDect-
fully petition your honorable. o rt to Grant a li
cense to Pat ick HcAlleny to sell spirituous, vinous
and mult J-quora at the town of Cascade Loclu in
said precinct, in less quantities than one gailon for
toe penoa oz oue year:
T C Benson
J F Thompson
A J Bavett
C J Candiani, M D
C H 'arlson
H A Leavens
I Gi-nte MoCauIey
Pa rick Sullivan
J u K Fair view
V u Uallanan
J W tweil
E D H'jnahan
William Day ' ,
Tb nu Coyle
Thomas W Badder
P I Li'lfpird
I U Jones
W I ake
A i Knightly
VTOTICE is hereby siren that the undereitmed has
i 1 been, by an order of tbe Coun v Court of
wasno county, oresron, a p tntci executor of tne
e toe of Ptul Hinderson. deceased. Tberefre, all
p it es holding c aimH against said estate aie hereby
ii ud a t present uieiu to me t tne ottice oi J L.
Story, Dalles City, Waco county. ireon. within
fix moDths After d-i-e ot tliia notice; and all persons
Knowins; uiemseives uiueowa to said esuto are
hereby notified to come forward and pay the same.
.nun Attu niNJJbHau.t, Juecuior.
The Dalles, Fb. 24, 1893.
Dkitid Stares Laso Omcs.
The Daiies, Urwuo, Janoaijr 17, 1893.
Com;laiut having; been entered at this offi. bv
Joaepn K. atun against ijunry s. Rector, for
abandoning his Homestead Entr, ho. 4445, dated
June 9th, 18V , upon the aoath ha t of the northwect
quarter, section sz, i'own&nip i soatn, Kaoffe 16
east, in Wasco coauty, uregoti, witn a view to the
cancellation of said entry; the said parties are here
by summoned to appear at thia office on the 22d day
of March. 1 9S. at 10 o'clock A. Ii.. to reapond and
furnbh testimony ooncemiDg said alleged abaodoa-
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' and Genuine Key West Cigars. .A full line of
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Twelve-year -old WhUkey, vtrictly pore, for inealdiiil pur
pose. Mlt Liquor. Columbub lirewerj bavr oo draugtot.
0 SecondRreeU 171X1 IDiVTKS, OIT..
San I Francisco i Beer i Hall
IP. IKIIi. 10,
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS.
ALL KINDS OF BOTTLED BEER. .
COLUMBIA BREWERY BEER ON DRAUGHT.
SECOND 8TOEET, BETWEEN UNION AND COURT
The Perfection of Hand -made Sour Mash Bourbon.
PURE A NO
AND THE GOOD LIVER.
nna a pnoeioas ooca
Zrftffl??? Antl-Halrlne tl. per bottle, sent In
.....vumriwaiu, send money or stamps by
contains. We in vita ran tn i.k ..
r . . . nmnoMUai. Tbis advertisement
s nd lday. Addresa OUEEN CHCMfOA
r en i
f-.,'f.J 'i-f ITr".i.3W And on wwihinr afterward it wiu dr iv. rrnl ii it. k.i ... ...
n7l.,'f.r yoor 'etter at any Post Office to Insure its sate delivery. We wlH pay B0O for any case
of failure or alisrhtest lniurv ta mnv nnrchsaer. Event kettle caaraatead.
SPFnillTlmus whoratTodoeeandaeTl nawt
we wm present with a SILK DRESS, 1
L' Of aUX to selaot froas seat with order.
vlth a SILK DBE3S,
Sohuttler Farm "Wagons, Dear Flo wa
Deere Bulky Plows, Cook Co.'a Car.
riages, Phaetons and Top Buggies, Four. '
Bprlng Mountain Wagons, Bnokboarda,
Superior Drills and Seeders. Corbin Diss '
Harrows, Hodges-Haines Headers, .
Haish Barbed vviro.
, SEND FOB CI&CULA2S.
THE DALLES. OR.
AND COURT STS.,
& Sherwood, Distributing Agents,
. 212 Market St. Portland, . 24 N. Front St. -
BE C1S69VEBY fiOOIBEHT
pleWly removed. V e at once put thi. uuuJrrful preparation, on lb
market and so great baa been tLe demand that we are now Introdurlna?
It throughout the world under Uie name ol tiueen'a Antl-Ualriaia.
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND
SO SIMPLE ANY CHILD CAN USE IT.
Lay the hair over and apply tbe mixture for a few minotra. and tbe
hair disappears aa If by magic without tbe slightest pain or Injury when
applied or ever afterward- Jt Isunllkeanyotber preparation ever used
for a like purpose. Thousands of LADIES who have been annoyed
with hair on their FACE. NCK and ARMS attest Its merits.
GENTLEMEN who do not appreciates beard or balr on their nerk.
to vueen'e Anti-nairine wnicn does away
safety malllnr boaen postage paid by oa ( securely
letter witn lull aanress written plainly.
Is honest and straight forward in
everv word it
find everything- aa represented. Tit tnls out ana
e.M sMt. ruHAiHMaTi. A vna oai
Uurtv Mendsaa BorUea of Qneea Aan-Mmtuma.
iSrarda beat silk. Katra Lanxe Bottle aad s.wpl
taooa ssuht wv voaaaiaaioa to agensa