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THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. MARCH 11, 1893.
KOIIHTAISBAB. Volame XXXIII
wlia iriinrtTllXEKB. XI
PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY
John Michell, Editor and Proprietor.
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LIST OF STATE AMD COUNTY OFFICIALS.
Governor S. Pennoyer
Secretary of State G.W. McBride
Treasurer . Phillip Metschan
Superintendent of Public Instruction., b. B. Mctiroy
, .. J J. N. Dolph
Senators J.H. Mitchell
rnnru,n.n rt diarriet . . . 1 .... B. Hermann
secoud district "A". R Ems
State frinter Frank Baker
County Judge 7........ George B'ake-y
Hneritt -"V "
Clerk J- B.Crossen
Treasurer Win. Michell
rummi.amn.r. Jas. Darnieile
ft n.n.anr . J W. KwintS
Barvevor : E. F. 8b.arp
Super! utendent of Public Schools Troyrncllej
nomn.r. N. M. Eaatwood
Professional C rda.
jys,. H. LOG AD.
Physician and Surgeon,
Booms S and in Land Office Building
jyL. 8. B. WALTER.
Physician and Surgeon.
Diseases of Children s speciality. Erakinsville
Sherman Co., Oregon. -
Phvsician and Surgeon,
Booms over Dalles National Bank.
Office hours 1C. A.M. to 1? M., and from 2.to I P.M.
Residence West end of Tuira street.
JJR. . D. DOANE,
Physician and Surgeon,
rtwirK Rnuni fi and B Chaoman Block.
- RESIDISNCE Second door Iron, the southeast cor
ner ourt and tourtn fctrevt.
Office hours 9 to 12 A V, 8 to 6 and 7 to 8 P M.
JJB. W. E. BINKHABT, V . .
Physician an Sarg eon, (
Room 1, Chapman Block, oyer Nielsen's store. -
Office hours 10 to 12 A h and 2 to 4, 7 to 8 P
'. Residence on Union Street corner of Ninth.
K. 8ANDER8, D. D. 8.,
Comer of Becond and Washington streets, over
- trench Co.'s Bank. .
Mechanical Dentistry thoroughly
understood, and satisfaction guaranteed in every in
R. G. C. ESBJtLMAN,
Physician and Surgeon.
. Mna amMH nrr.mrjtlv. dar or niirht.
Rooms 88 and 87. Chapman Block, The Dalles,
Oregon. - 'P"
1. b. oosdow. ' . w. ooaixa.
tpjONDON CONDON, "
Attorneys at Law.
Office On Court street, opposite the ' Id Court
House, The Dalles, Or.
Attorney at liaw,
Office in Schanno's building, upstairs.
The Dalles - -
Attorney at Law,
Booms 52 and 63, Hew Vogt Block,
The Dalles - - -
J L. STORY,
Attorney at Law.
The Dalles, Oregon.
J. G. KOONTZ, "'-
. IxiSTi.ra.no and
- Ixan AKent
Ajnta for tha Scottish Union and National
nrance company of Edinburgh, Scotland, Capit
Valuable Farms near the City to sell on easy
Office over Post Office. The DaUes. Or.
B. a. Btrrna. ai
JUFUB a MENEFEE,
Attorneys at Law.
Booms 42 and 43. Chapman Block, The Dalles, Or.
is raBFAaaD to do
Cor. Third and Lincoln Sts.,
TH DALLES, OREGON
A share of the public patronage solicited. Satis
faction guaranteed. sepl6-d
THE DA LES. OREGON.
Plans for buildings drafted, and estimates given
All letters coming to me through the postoffice wil
eceire prompt attenton
ASSEMBLY NO. 4827, K. OF L. MeeU in K. of
P. Hall the second and fourth Wednesdays el
each month at 7.30 P. K.
WASCO LODGE. NO. 16, A. F. ft A. .Meets
first and third Monday of each month at 7
mill DALLES ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, NO 6.
J Meets in Masonic Hall the third Wednesday
f each month at 7 P M.
COLUMBIA LODGE, NO, 6, I. O. O. F. Meets
erery Friday erening at 7:30 o'clock, in K. of P.
Hall, comer of secoud and Court streeta. Sojourn
log brothers are welcome. A. LARSEN, N. G.
H. CLouaH, Seey.
17IBIEND8HIP LODGE, NO. S., K. of P. Meets
' every Monday evening at 7U o'clock, in Schan
no's building, corner of Court and Second streets.
Sojourning brothers are cordially invited.
D. Vaubs, K. K. and S. - E. E. HAlGHr, C C .
WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION
will meet every Friday afternoon at 8 o'clock
at the reading room. All are invited.
MODERN WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Ml.
Hood Camp, No. 69, meets every Tueedav
evening of each week at 730 e clock, in A. Keller's
H all. All brothers and sojourning brothers are.
invited to be oreaent.
rMPLF LODGE, NO. 8. A. O. U. W.-Meets
in K Keller's Hall every Thursday evening at 1JS0
o'clock. Gb BGE GIBO.8, M. W.
W. & Mraas, Financier.
J AS. NESM1TH POST, NO. S2, G. A. R Meets
every Saturday at-i.30 P. M. in K. of P. Ball.
OF L. K. Meets every day i tern eon io
K. of P. Hall.
GESANO VEBE1N HARMON! B. Meet every
Sunday evening in Keller's HaU. -
BOF. L. F. DIVISION. NO. 167 Mee s n K.
. of P. Hall toe first and third Wednesday ol
earn month at 7:80 P. M.
C. IV STEPHENS,
Dry C::i:, 0::ts' Fur:::h:n:,
BATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES.
Ho IMBseoad Street, asat door east of The Dalles
- Hasief est opened in boslaess. and hat nz a full
ssssi Mnrnl of the latest goods in my line JI desire s
bare of the pubis patronage.
"II 6. T. STEPHENS
TUB OLD F. TAB LU HF.D
Second St., East End,
-AUGUST BUOHXiKB, PROP.
Has been refitted throughout with the
LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY
And Is now manufacturing the
Best Keg and Jollied Beer
In Eastern Oregon.
Mr. Bnchler aIwuvh aims to adoDt the latest brew
in apparatus and will furniab bla CDStomers do
equal loan n marke?: wh
Cor. Court and Front Streets.
THE DALLES. : : OREGON.
Wines, Liprs id Cigars.
None but the Best Quality of Liquors and
the Best Brands of Cigars on sale.
Kentucky Straight Whisky
From $3 to $5 Per Gallon.
A. BETTINGEN, JR., Proprietor.
: FIRST KTREKl'J
FACTORY NO. 105.
pin I DO of the Best Brands manufact
01 JAiiO ured, sod ordeas from all patts
of the country filled on the shortest notice.
The reputation of TUB DALLES CIGAR
has become firmly established, and the de
mand for the home manafactuaed article is
increasing eyery day.
A. TJLRICH & SON.
PAUL KEEFT & CO.,
Paints, Oils, Gla$,
And the Most Complete and Latest
Patterns and Designs inj
WALL P APEH
Practical Painters and Pacer Rangers. None but
the best Irands.of the Shenrin-Williams Paint used
la all our work, and none but the most skilled
workmen employed. Ail orders will be promptly
Shop adjoining Columbia Packing Co.,.
BAN BAKER. Prop'r.
Keeps on band the oest
Wines, Lianors and Cigars.
FREE LUNCH EVERY EVENING.
Near the Old Mint, Second Street, .
THE DALLES, : : OREGON.
0. N. THOBNBUKY.
THORNBCRY & HUDSON,
Write Fire, Life & Accident
Lo-rxe-y to X-ioa-ri.
on Real Estate, Chattel and Personal security.
Will attend to all hinds oj Land business be
fore the U. 8. Land Office.
Rooms 7 and 8, np-stairs, U. 8. Land Office building
THE DALLES. OREGON .
HENRI L KL'OK,
-Manufacturer of and dealer in ,
Harness and Saddlery,
Second St., near MoodVi Warehouse,
THE DALLES, - - ,
Onaraateed, to eiwe Hat-
W. T. WISEMAN.
W. L MARDERS.
WISEMAN & MAIMERS,
Cor. Second and Court Streets. -
Old Mattinglv Whisky, used for medical
purposes. . Cigars, Wine and Beer of. the
best imported brands always for sale.
Second and Union Streets. .
A. L. NEWMAN, Proprietor
Denny, Rice & Co.
Wool & Commission Merchants
610 Atlantic Ave., Boston.
fWash advances mads.on consignment.
'Tie Dalles National Bank,
OF DALLES CITY. OR.
I President,..,. Z. F. Moodj
CasMer, -.....I. A. Moody
Genera Banking Business Transacted.
Sight Exchanges sold on
&T Collections made on favorable terms at all ac
d. M. BE ALL
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF rilE DALLES,
SCHENCK & BEALL. BANKERS,
TRANSACTS A REGULAR BANKLNO BUSINESS
BUT AND BELL EXCHANGE.
DRAW ON NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO AND
D P Thpmpsos, Ed M Williams,
i S SCHBItCK, GXOROB A LtBSS.
H M BEALL.
Now Ready for Sale on Easy Terms
Now is the timeZto buy while
PRICES ARE LOW.
This tract has beejl surveyed and platted in acre
tracts with convenient streets and avenues and so
arranged that purchasers can get one block or sev
eral acres in a body. The lanil is comparatively
level, soil excellent, water easily obtained, location
pleasant, beautiful and easy to access and joins the
lty immediately on tne ease.
Title U. S. Patent. Warranty Deeds.
FOR SALE BY
Thi Dalles Land and Improvement Co.
For pardcuiars apply at the office of the Company
Kooms 7 and 8, Land umce Buuaing, xne miles, ur
COME AND SEE. THE PROPERTY.
THORNBURY & HUDSON,
Real Estate A genu
Northwest Cor. Second and Washington Sts. .
Successors to George Ruch.
'flie OIaearest. Place
Df THS DALLBB PSS
All Kinds of Groceries,
FLOUR, GRAIN, WILLOW WARE, ETC.
We respectfully solicit a share of the public pat
ronage, ana inail enat-avor vo give enure suiiuuav
tion to our customers both old and new.
R. E. Saltmarshe
Easl End ST9GK Y0BDS,
WTLX AY THE
Hay and Grain.
DEALER IN UVE STOCK.
F 8. GUNNING.
J. D. HOCKHAN.
Gunning & flochnan
In th new shop on f-econd street, first blacksmith
shop east oi rreocn s vo. s nnca diock.
Horse-Shoeing a Specialty.
All kinds of work In iron, whether of agricultural
mplementsor vehicles, done in the most mechan-
cal style, and satisfaction guaranteea. anzwar
A. A. BROWN
A FULL ASSORTMENT
Soecial Prices to Cash Buyers.
170 SECOND STREET,
First door east ot CrandaU & Burgett's Fur
Meats, Butter and Eggs,
HOBO and GRANT, OREGON. 7
1TTILL ALWAYS HAVE ON BALE at the sbov
V V towns the choicest Beef, Mu ton and Pork
Aim pay the
highest maraet price for Butter and
GEORGE T. THOMPSON,
Near Mint building, Second St,
Hora-SIu3 ig and" General Jobbiag
Prices reasonable and to suit the times'
Three Hundred Dead.
New York, March 3 A Herald cable
from Valparaiso saja that the federals
have 1000 armed men outside the city of
San Uneigo. They propose to make a
daab into the city. Tbere has been
fighting outside of Santa Ana, which has
been favorable to the federal trooops.
In the besieging aimy there were 8000
armed men. while the defenders ot the
city numbered but 1000. Mure defec
tious from the government troops have
been reported. The 60 tavalrymen
stationed at Artigas went over to the
federals in a body. Troops that were
Sent id Dorsui' of General lavarez have
returned to Bage. It is reported that
the federals in Santa Ana are short of
arms and are setting fire to the property
ot the Jstilh:s'a8 .News has aleO been
received confirming tbed epatch announc
ing the lul of an ednto. 1 he ted
erals, under General Tavxrez, took the
city. In the eugngenienl 300 ot the gov
em mint troops were killed. Recruits
are being burned from all parrs of the
province to both armies. Atrocious
cruelties are reported on the part ot Gen
eral 1-idoro, one of the government urn
cers, who killed women and children as
sort of pastime.
A correspondent in BaeDOS Avres reports
that President Fena refuses to interfere
in the Catamaxa case and declares the
governor of the province will be sus
tained. A caucus of deputies was held
before the opening of the congress, at
which it was resolved to oppose the gov
ernment. It is thought that the defeat
of the present administration is inevitable.
A revolution bas again broken out in
Corneotes. Tnis time the leader of the
opposition is not known, but it is
Karned that tbey have obtained arnisaud
artillery pieces. The federal government
bas ordered a further inquiry Into the
state of the province The government
bas been offered an armored tuiret vessel
with enact guns for coast defense
The German warship Marie bas sailed
for Valparaiso. Commerce in the city
of Valparaiso is paraljzed owing to the
very low rate of exchange. A meeting
of merchants bus been beld to conudt-r
the situation. Their careful inquiries
fail to elicit the cause of the fall, but it
is attributed to speculation.
A Father's Kearrh fur His Child.
Umatilla, Or.. March 3 I. E. Miller,
of Snmmervilie, Union connty, passed
through here last night on bis way to
North Yakima, where, be bears, a child
answering tbe description ot bis lost
cbild bas been seen among tbe Iadians
The story ot tbe disapDeiracce of the
Miller child and the father's subsequent
search through tbe northwest after n
band of Gypsies wno were supposed to
have stolen it. has been fully related.
Nearly six months have roiled by since
tbe child disappeared and many theories
bave been advanced as to what bas be"
come of it. Rumor bss been widely cir
culated to tbe effect that tbe child was
an idiot and its disappearance was not as
nocb of a mystery to tbe relatives as to
tbe pub ic. Shortly after the chi d dis
appeared, Mr. MiHer's bouse was de
stroyed by fire. ' Rumr says that cries
were beard issuing from tbe burning
house. ' Mr. Miller says the malicious
story is a tremenduons falsehood, and
was started by a neighbor of bis who
beid a grudge against him The child,
be states, is not ac idiot, but is an ex.
tremely bright cbild. . As for tbe fire, be
says it started on the roof from an over
heated earthen chimney, and could not
have been the result ot incendiarism.
He seems deeply moved by the foul ro
mors, and says be will disprove them by
finding the cbild, if it can be loutd in
tbe cuun'rv He followed tbe Gvpsies
.ll over Washington and Idaho, but fi
nally lost iracK of tbem at Walla Walla,
where tbey boarded a train. Through
correspondence with authorities, he bas
at last located tbem in Utah -If be fail
to find the child around Yakima, be will
go at once to Utah." - '
Smothered by Smoke.
New York, March 3 Mrs. Bernstein
and Mrs. Rosen occupy apartments on
tbe top flixir of tbe tenement, 194 Henry
street. Tbey both went out this morn
ing, locking tbelr children in. Tbe for -
mer bad four offsprings, ranging in age
from 11 to 6". Tbe latter bad one daugh
ter, aged 7, " After their departure a ker
oseoe stove in the apartments ot Mrs.
Member', on the lower flooi, exploded,
setting fire to Mrs Memlert s clothes.
She mansged- to extinguish tbe names,
and with ber two childien made ber es
cape. 1 here were twelve families in tbe
tenement and all rushed for the fire es
capes. - Tbe Ore swept out Into the nail-
way and np tbe stairway like a flash,
and tbe upper story was soon a mass of
flames. The fire department soon bad the
flames under control, however, and were
congratulating themselves on the escape
of all tbe inmates and tbe light fire los
when tbe wild shriek of a woman came
from tbe throng in tbe street. It was
Mrs. Bernstein, wbo knew nothing of
ber children's peril till, turning tbe comer.
fie saw the crowd and the evidences of
fire. With the utmost difficulty she was
restrained trom rushing mto tbe building.
As soon as possib e tbe firemen made
tbeir wav to tbe top story and found the
five litt'e ones suffocated in their beds.
Tbe fire bud do' reached tbem. but tbe
smoke bad entered and asphyxiated
them in tbeir sleep.
Aelaka in a Tremble.
Seattle,. -Ms rcb 8-f vices from
Alaska by the City ofloxa, arrived to
ntrhl, indicate that the political pot is
boiling tbere at a livly rate. Tbe law
and order people are afraid tbat Cleve.
land will reappoint ex-Governor Swine
ford ani an ex Marshal Max Endeltnann,
both of whom are more than unpopular.
They want. United States Judge Trnitt,
late of Oregon, and Collector Hatch, also
ot Oregon, retained in office. Judge Ca
t n, a scheming politician well known in
Oregon and Washington, and now a resi
dent ' of Sprague la said to be after
Truitts place There are at least a
doz-n after the marsbalship now beld
by OrYHle T. Por'er, formerly of Albany,
Or , among tbem being R C. Rogers,
United 8'atts commissioner at Sitka
and L M Rogers, of Missouri, who was
United States enmmissioner at Janenu
Four Iod ans were drowned off Mount
Edgecomb, FeDruary 15, while trying to
mase a landing . in a canoe through a
A heavy earthquake shook the town of
Juneau on Februry 30. and reports ol
disasters are expected from tbe Western
coast in a few weeks, as tbe result of tbe
EBKllaa Boaae af" Iiordaj.
London, March 3 In the bouse of
lords today tbe Marquis of Londonderry
commented upon tbe recent statement of
Justice O'Brien, made at the opening of
tbe Mnuster - assizes, to tbe effect' that
lawlessness in County Clare bad grown
to eucb an ex'ent tbat 'life and property
were both insecure, and asked tbe gov-
crnment bow it intended to check
lawlessness. The Earl of Kimberley,
lord president of the privy council, ad
mitted that the condition of affairs in
County Clare, so far as obedience to the
law was concerned, was bad. It this
condition continued, be added, the gov
ernment, would consider making a
change of venue in the trials of persons
accused of outrages in the county. Lord
Herscbel, lord chancellor, in speaking on
tbo same suMect, said that measures
would be taken to repress crime, but
that in the meantime it would be unw se
for the government to disclose what it
meant to do to bring an end to lawless
Gladstone on tne Labor question
London, March 8 Gladstone received
today a large deputation, representing
workers in tbe coal mines, who aked tha
government to support tbe enactment of
a law establishing an tight boor day for
employes in mines. Gladstone replied
that eight hours could be legally fixed as
the limit if the mil ers were morally an
animons in tsvnr of sucb change, but
practical difficulties existed m the defi
nitionrf such legislation. He suggested
local option as a possible way ot meeting
tbe difficulties, and expressed the hope
!bt tbe Question w nld be debated at
this session of parliament.
Sfarrhing; far the Victims.
Bay City, Mich., March 3. Search
for the victims of yesterday's accident
at tbe launching of tbe schooner Mary
McLaughlin was not resumed this morn
ing, as tbe flow of water probably
washed the bodies out of tbe slip under
the ice. Fred Babcock died of bis in
juries this morning. 8. Smith, supposed
to be of Erie, and a bov, George Hawk
ins, are missing, supposed to be drowned.
Several others at ona time supposed
drowned have tarncd up. One or two ol
the injured may die.
Kslanlanl Will Ju to Washington.
New York, March 3 Victoria K&iau-
lani, of Hawaii, left for Boston today, ac
companied by her guardian, T. H. Davis,
Mrs. and Miss Davis, Mts Wh art off.
Miss Painter, ber secretary and her maid.
She will remain in Boston until Tuesday,
when she will go to Washington. It is
-the intention of tbe princess to spend
a week at tbe capital. Tben she will
visit Niagara and Boston again,
will return to tliis'ity March 22,
sail lor England on the Majestic.
A. Fatal Boiler Explosion.
Elmiba, N. M., March 3 A Lehigh
Valley engine boiler exploded this morn
ing at McKune's, Pa. Parts of tbe en
gine were blown 700 feet away. The
Killed are William mown and rrauk
Warner, both of Siyre. The injured are
Charles Sinsabrugh engineer, scalded.
and an unknown fireman, both probably
Saab: la the English Channel.
London, March 3. A serious collision
occurred last night in tbe English chan
nel. A vessel called tbe Caique was sunk
by an unknown steamer. TeL survivors
landed at Dover in a boat. Thirteen
others are missing, and it is feared - are
The Rtate Ordnance.
Salem, March 4 Democrats of Salem
met tbe 12 pound state canoon today
and it was theirs. News of Governor Pen
noyer's order restraining the- triumphant
Democrats from using the old bronze
cannon ot the Oregon National Guard
was in every one's mouth early this morn
ing, and long before noon a large crowd
of excited Democrats of tbe Cleveland
faiib surged and jostled each other in
front of tbe old frame armory, in which
three men of tbe militia bad tbe big gun
dismounted and under guar 4 Last
night Captain Suermin, of B company,
carried out the orders of the- governor,
taansmitted through Colonel Lovell,
by taking possession of the gun,
which tbe Democrats bad appropriated
and were reparing ready for use today, in
welcoming tbe new admin'stration All
efforts oo the part ot the Cleveland Dem
ocrats to secure thecaunon were fruitless.'
Talk of wresting the gun from the mil
ilia kept every body on tip toe of excite
ment, wbile guards with fixed bayonets
anxiously paced up and down in front of
tbe wrecked gun Early in the afternoon
the city marshal, armed with, papers in a
suit of replevin, walked in and captuied
the cannon, tbe suit having been brought
to recover tbe gun on a $ 10 claim of .the
blacksmith for repairs. Tbe triumphant
Democracy gave tbe blacksmith an in
demnifying bond for tbe return of tbe
ancient ordnance. Tbe slayer of men
was tben paraded up and down, accom
panied by a band and about 10,000 peo
pie Tbey proceeded to the state bouse,
and wiibin hearing of tbe governor's
voice, bad be been in tbe executive
mansion, fired the tnocb-Vanted salute to
Grover. At this point in tbe proceedings
Colonel T B. Wait, officer of tbe day,
sent tbe following telegram to tbe gov
ernor: "We bave your gun and are fir
ing it on your political giave in Wilson
Twenty-two charges were rammed
home and volleyed and - thundered.
Meanwhile tbe militia were striving to
get out papers. Captain Sherman pre
pared a bund of indemnity, wbicb ; was
calculated to return to bis custody and
keeping tbe gun wbicb went astray. But
before-tbe process of law could be ac
complished tbe Democrats bad rejoiced
to tbeir fill, and by tbe time tbe papers
were ready for service the canoon was
renting peacefully at tbe rear of tbe ar
mory. And so tbe war ended.
The taVesIoa Ended.
Washington, March 4. It was broad
daylight when tbe last two conference re
ports on tbe sundry civil and Indian ap
propriation bills were presented. They
were antagonized by Hill in favor of the
Hudson river bridge bill, and tbere were
several passages between him and tbe
senators wbo objected lu filibustering un
der the circumstances, but tbey were
finally adopted, and at 6:80 the senate
took a recess until 9:30. Oo reassem
bling, resolutions of thanks to Vice-Pres
iaent Morton and president protem Man
derson, were passed, and a committee
appointed to wait on the president and
inform bim tbat tbe congress was ready
Wb.ie waiting for tbe committee to re
port, tbe senate bill granting ngbt of
way through tbe Indian territory to the
Inter-oceanic railroad was passed.
Vice-President Morton, io cl. sing the
senate at 1 o'clock, delivered an appreci
ative address, thanking the members for
the consideration shown him.
Railroad ilea rite. -
Mabshfield, Or., March 4 Tbe first
jog between tbe Coos Bay & Roseburg
Railroad Company an J its employes oc
curred yesterday, when the entire gang of
men struck and refused to work. The
difficulty arose when Mannger Graham
r quested the men to carry lunches in
order that a' return ot 20 miles for tbe
noonday meal would not be necessary
Tbe men refused to acede to his demand.
ana inereupon tne complete torce were
given tbeir time. Tbe men all came
town jesterdav, and while tbere is con
siderable talk on tbe street, do serious
trouble is liable to happen. The men
were satssfied with the wages, but could
not stand tbe lunch business.
another hissing boy.
The whole neighborhood on Wilancb
flougb, a tributary to Coos bay, has been
out searching fcr five days for 8-year-
oid child ot Andrew Hanson, who mys
teriously disappeared, but has not suc
ceeded in finding any trace of tbe lad.
Tbe boy was last seen on tbe bank of the
slough with bis older brother, an I since
the search bas been instituted that stream,
which is very shallow, has been searched
Irom one end to tbe other. As tbe body.
it it bad fallen in the slougb, could not
have passed out into the bay, it is feared
that a panther has captured it.
The Henate Democratic.
Washington, March 4. inere is no
question about Ibe United States senate
being Democratic. The Republicans
have recogniz'd that fact and today
turned over the entire government to the
Democrats, with something like a feeling
ot relief. Tney will be glad to allow
Cleveland and bis greatly divided party
to run tbe government for the next two
years at least, if not for four, when tbey
feel sure tbe country will determine that
a return to Republican rule will be very
acceptable. Inere was an impression
that some of tbe Republican senators
might object to the swearing in of
enongb new senators to pievent tbe Dein
ocrats from organizing tbe senate. This
was predicted by some of tbe senatorial
Democrats who arc looking for an oppo-
tunity to create capital, but it appears
that no such intention existed. Tbe Re
publicans are satisfied now that the
Democrats have legitimate control of tbe
senate, that tbey should run it to suit'
Thrashed the Lawyer.
Tacoma, March 9 Jumbo Cantwell,
who claims to be tbe busband of tbe
widow of tbe late Harry Morgan, gave
Lawyer Bates a fearful thrashing and
took his overcoat and bat and put them
in a stove and burned tbem. Mrs. Mor
gan, or Cantwell, is luvi Ived in a legal
contest over ber husband's estate and
Bates :s her attorney. Cantwell claims
that Bates was influencing her against
him, and trying to throw ber case.
There has been no arrest made so tar,
though Mrs. Morgan called on tbe chief
of police, but for what purpose is. un
known. A VETERAN AND PIONEER SERIOUSLY ILL.
General J. W. Sprague, a veteran of
tbe rebellion and a pioneer of this city, is
seriously ill. Physicians state that bis
recovery is doubtful.
Drowsed In the Creek.
Walla Walla, Wash., March 5 Tbe
body of Mrs. O'Neill, aged 50 years was
found io Mill Creek underneath tbe Main
street bridge this morning at 9 o'clock .
Sie had been on a protracted drunk sev
aral weeks. Last night she left borne
about 9 o'clock and was not seen again
until tbe body was found this morning
It is supposed that while in a drunken
condition she fell from tbe bridge and was
drowotd Tbe coroner held an inquest
this afternoon. The jury returned a ver
dict tbat she came to ber death from
drowning. When taken out of the water
ber bead was badly bruised by falling on
tbe rocks She was a confirmed diunk,
and bad served several terms In the
county jiil tor vagrancy. She was the
wife of P. O'Neill, a life insurance agent
of this city. ' ;
A Young; Boy Burned to Ieath. .
KalisPell, Mont., March 5 A lodging-bouse
occupied by theatrical - per
formers was burned this morning, roast
ing alive a 4 year-old son ot Naomi
King. Tbe little fellow bad evidently
fired bis bedding. When tbe fire was
discovered tbe firemen rushed into tbe
room where the boy was, but be had
crawled under tbe bed. His charrt d
remains were found after the flames bad
been subdued. Tbe mother was frantic
and went into hysterics Her ravings
were pitiful. An inquest just concluded
rendered a verdict in accordance with
tbe above facts:
Minnesota JHilionaire Killed. -
Stillwater, Minn., March 5 An ac
cident occurred on the Northwestern road
near Baraboo, Wis., at 11:30 last night
in which John Glaspic, tbe well-known
millionaire lumberman and bouse owner
of this city, was instantly killed. Tbe
accident was caused by tbe coacb leav
ing tbe track either from a broken rail cr
a broken wheel. A freight train was
standing on tbe side track and tbe front
end of the sleeper crushed against a box
car with force enough to shatter tbe
sleeper. Three other passengers were in
jured, but none of them seriously.
Browned In the Bay.
Seattle, March 5 The body of L P.
Anderson, a Danish fisherman, wbo had
been missing several days, was found in
tbe bay, close to the entrance ot the
houseboat in wbicb he lived, this morn
ing. He bad tallen luto tbe watei while
A unknown man was seen to fall from
Washington street wharf last night, but
bis body could not be found today.
Trying to Force tSeeretary Carlisle.
Washington, March 6 Information
bas reached the treasury tbat $1,500,000
of gold will be expoited tomorrow. " It
is understood that it goes to Austria.
Treasury officials see in this an effort on
tbe part of New York bankers to force
tbe incoming secretary ot tbe treasury
to define bis position. Tbe free gold in
the treasury is slighly in excess of
A Miners' Victory.
Washington, March 6 Io an opinion
delivered by Justice Blatchfnrd, for
Cbi f Justice Fuller, in the case of
George A Pettilione and other striking
Coeur d' Alene miners in Idaho against
the United States, tbe court decided in
favor of tbe miners, and directed tbat
the indictments against them may be
For Over .Fifiy Years
An Old and . Will-Trikd Kemedt
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp bas been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers fer tbeir children while teething
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens tbe gams, allays all pain, cores
wind colio, and is the best remedy for
diarrhoea. Is pleasant to tbe taste. Sold
hy all dragjrists i every part of tbe world.
Twenty five cents a bottle. Its valne is
incalculable. Be sure and ask tor Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
Boys' and curls' Aid Society.
Boys may be had (and sometimes girls)
for (1) ordinary service at wages; (2) upon
indenture, to work, attend school, and be
brought np somewhat sa'yoo.r own; and
(3) children mav be bad for legal adoption.
Address, J. H. Misener, Superintendent
Oregon Boys' and Girls' Aid society, Port
"DOYAL BAKING POWDER imparts that pecul-J--
iar lightness, sweetness, and flavor noticed in the
finest food, and which expert pastry cooks declare is
not obtainable by the use of any other raising agent.
V Absol lately k Absol lately
Royal Baking Powder is shown a pure cream-of-tartar
powder, the highest of all in leavening strength.
U. S. Government Food Report.
. Royal Baking Powder is superior in purity,
strength, and wholesomeness to any other powder
which I have examined. New York State Analyst.
ITEMS IN BRIEF
From Saturday's' Daily
Mr. D. Heroux left on the afternoon
train for Portland.
Hon. Henry Heppner, of Heppner. is in
Grover Cleveland is Dresident of the
Mr. J. H. Cradlebausb. of the Hood
River Glacier, is io the city.
The river was fall of fl wting ice this
morning, which was evidently irom the
gorge at the rapids.
Mr. John Irvine, we are informed, has
sold tnat part of his farm taken op under
the donation land law for $10,000.
Several contested cost bills.resultinz from
litigation at the late term of the circuit
court, came On for hearing before Clerk
Crossen this afternoon.
Flags were flying to-dav over public
buildings in honor of the inauguration of
Presideut Cleveland, and there were a few
Cleveland bats on the streets.
In the production of a likeness of the hu
man face divine, Mr. rlowerday a work
shows for itself. His photographs are all
nrst-class, and the prices charged are very
We noticed on our streets to-day several
farmers from the interior. Tbey report the
winter very favorable tor stock and krain,
and expect boutstilul returns the coming
Several explosions of anvils took place
in the city this afternoon, we presume io
hooor of the inauguration of Hon. Grover
Cleveland. Our Democratic proclivities
were never developed, and therefore we did
Hood River Glacier: While gardens aro
being made and every thin is spring like,
ootb in town and for miles up the valley,
yet all across Park hurst on the hill between,
tbe snow still lies from eight inches to one
foot in depth. ;
A case of assault was tried before Justice
Schutz yesterday afternoon, in which R. A.
Powers was defendant. It was a jury trial,
the panel consisting of W E Garretson,
Haos Hansen, F Ross, John W Moore, Sam
G Campbell and W E Waltuer. After
hearing the testimony the jury brought in a
verdict of "not entity," aud the deleudaut
La Grande Gazette: A movement is on
foot to organize a band io this city, the
members to be regularly enlisted in the Ore
gou National Guard, and to be known as
the Third Regiment band. We would like
to see this plan succeed, as the material i.
Iieie for the making of the best band in
Eastern Oregon. Instruments, musie and
uniforms will be furnished by the state.
The Mignonette club gave one ot its char
acteristiu entertainment last evening. The
ball was filled with the devotees of the
"light fantastic," snd the evening passed
right merrily. Dancing was indulged in
until a late hour. Among those present
were Mr and Mrs F L Houghton, Dr and
Mrs Soedaker, Judge and Mrs Blakeley,
Senator aud Mrs Hilton, Mr and Mrs L,E
Crowe, Mr and Mrs Herrin, Misses Miunle
Goaser, Virginia and Grace Marden, Jessie
Lown, Ciara Grimes, Etfa Story, Carrie
Davenport, Laura Morris, Catherine Martin,
Miss Lark, Miss VaoVleck, Messrs J H
Worsley, H French, F Garret-on, J C
Coatswortb, M Donnell, Wm McCrom, F
Faulkner, J Hertz, H Lonsdale, J Booth, J
B Montgomery, E Sterling, Grant Mays, Dr
Hood River Glacier: Ed. Miller, met with
an accident Wednesday night that came
near terminating fatally. He was working
io the planer,. oo the night shift, and about
10 o'clock, there being a temporary stop
page, Ed. pat on bis overcoat. -When the
machinery started again, he went to work
with his overcoat, a long canvas one, on.
Tbe tail of the coat caught on a set screw
on the rhaft of the driving wheel, and in
about three seconds it gathered Ed. io,
tearing bis clothes off and throwing him on
the main belt which carried him a short
distance toward the engine room, throwing
bim bead foremost to the floor. He
received an ugly gash in tbe scalp which
bled freely. Dr. BrOsms was called, and
dressed the wound, and a few days will see
all damage repaired, bat it was a close call.
The story of "another good man gone
wrong" comes to us from Hood River.
From an article in the Glacier we learn that
Rev Delos Ho wells, who has been preach
ing in that neighborhood, is doubly mar
ried, and both wives are living. Mr. How
ells' story is tbat be left a wife and family
in Nebraska in 1886 aod went to California,
where he heard that his wife had secured a
divorce from him. Believing this story he
Eroposed marriage to his present wife,
ast fall he learoed differently, and io Jan
uary of this year he told the facta to his
wife, wbeo she separated from tne man she
had c. lied busband. To her he bad repre
sented tbat his wife waa dead, and knowl
edge of the facts came to her like a thunder
bolt. Tbe innocent victims of this man's
villainy are to be pitied, and should receive
tbe sympathy ot all fair-minded people; bat
the perpetrator of the wrong should receive
tbe severest condemnation.
From Monday's Dally.
County court convened to-day.
Frosty nights and delightful days.
Miss Carrie Davenport left Saturday on a
visit to relatives in Portland.
The school meeting attracted considerable
interest tbis afternoon. The principal con
teat was oo school clerk.
Tbere are very few on tbe sick list, and
with tbe exception of slight cold, the prac
tise of the physician is limited.
Mrs. C. M. Bulger was a passenger on the
afternoon train yesterday from Portland.
She is visiting ber daugbtar in this city.
Mr. P. E. Michell, after visiting rela
tives in The Dalles for a few days, retorned
to Colooibos on the train yesterday after
noon. Miss Clara Grimes, wbo has been visiting
Miss Ursula Ruch in tbe city for the past
few days, returned to ber home in Portland
on the afternoon train.
The contract for the erection of the Union
depot has been let by the Terminal com
pany in Portland, and work on tbis imposing
structure will be begun soon.
Tbe justice court affords small pickings
for the reporter, and except an occasioned
case of assault and battery tbere is nothing
to whet the appetite of the news gatherer.
Hon. Beoj. H. Miller, of Maryland, is in
tbe city. He is a special agent ot tbe gov
ernment to examine into Indian matters.
Mr. Miller has been to the Warm Springs,
and la now awaiting orders. :
. The case of M Tnorborn vs. E. Hender
son wss tried in the connty court to-day,
and the following jury impanelled: H T
Woodcock, B F Laugbliu, C Cosier, James
Brown. E N Chandler and James Lewis.
Up to the time of going to press testimony
was being taken and the case bad not gone
io tne jury.
Hon. O. P. Hubbard, special agent of the
government to look after damages suffered
from Indian drepredationa will be at Tbe
Dalles on the 8th. His business at Pendle
ton has been of a larger volume than he ex
pected. Tbe inauguration ot President Clevevand
took plack Saturday in Washington City
with the most imposing ceremonies, and the
Sunday papers devote pages in giving the
details and pictures of Mr. Cleveland and
Mr. L. O'Brien, of Centerville, Wash., is
in town p-dsy, and is a witness in tbe
case on trial in tbe county conrt. The
snow has disappeared from Klickitat
county, but tbe weather is cold aud the
The stockyards of R. E. Saltmarshe &
Co. shipped three carloids of cattle aod 400
nead of sheep to Portlaod last erening.
Beef and mutton from the banch-grass hills
of Eastern Oregon always supp'y the tables
of the metropolis.
Paul K. Riuhter and party, of Chicago,
weie registered at the Umatilla House yes
terday. They came on the noon train aud
returned t Portland io the afternoon. The
trip was made eviuently for the pur pore of
viewing the scenery on the Columbia.
The Annie Faxon is making three regular
trips oo the river now eaoh week, says the
Lswiston Teller. The boat leaves Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. The freight
traffic is considerable on the river just now.
The boat brings up from thiity to forty
tons each trip.
Everything waa 'quiet and serene at the
sheriff's office to-day, as well . it should be
so soon after the inauguration of the Demo
cratic president. There were no lata ar
rivals at the jail, and aside from supmoseing
a jury for. the county court tbe bead of
"New Business" could have been passed.
Poiice matters were very quiet yesterday,
and the city jail was lonely snd y a cant.
No arrests have been made for two days,
and the recorder bas had no important in
terviews, where, in a few ords, be could
unloose the purse strings of inebriates or
other violators of the ordinances of the mu
nicipality. Lewiston Teller: Word is reported that tbe
steamer on its trip op last Tuesday, located
the body of the mao drowned Tbanksgivirg
dav. An investigation was to have been
made on the trip down Friday. If the sup
position proves correct, the last one of the
unfortunate victims has been found. The
last one is the man Harvey.
Thomaa U. Sladden was killed at tbe
Union depot in f ortland Saturday evening
about 5 o'clock. He was standing on the
rear platform of the next to the last car of
the Southern Pacific train, and by some
means fell off snd was dragged by the front
steps of the last car under it. His head
and chest were badly crushed, and he lived
only ten minutes.
Tuesday morning, says the Springfield
Messenger, an eagle was een descending io a
lowering circle above Kelly Butte. When
within a hundred feet from the grouod,
it swooped down upon the back of a yearling
colt. The colt started down the hill at
rapid rate with Mr Eagle clinging to his
back. AfWtn apparently enjoyable ride
of about fifty yards the eagle rose and cir
cled up beyond the elouds.
The Portland Telegram bas discovered sn
idiom in ase in Eastern Oregon and no
where else. It is peculiar to the ludges of
the Sixth judicial district, "Shake the
box, Mr. Clerk, aod let the jury come."
It is a peculiar expression and is a relio of
Jodge L. L. McArthur a service on the
bench to the Sixth district, aod it is a not
able fact that every judge tbat has served
in that district since Juie McArtbur's
time, uses that expression which ts not used
in any other district in the state.
'Wales," ssys a western Welshman, "has
given three presidents to the United Stales
Jefferson, Adams aod Monroe. Thomas
Jefferson was pure Welsh, too, and tbe
Welshmen of Joew York are now organizing
a movement to erect a giand monument to
bim. Tbere are 6.000,000 Welsa and their
immediate descendants in this country, aod
over 1,200.000 pare Welsh and tbeir first
descendants. The Welsh, Irish and Scotob
are in my opinion all offshoots of the little
band of Aryans tbat passed over trom little
Brittany and settled on what are now tbe
Salem Journal: Tbe new assessment laws
leave a deficit in future eity and school
funds, and it is tbe opinion of gentlemen,
ho have investigated, tbat tbe city and
district will have to borrow money to run
the schools with for 18U3 1894. The school
warrants will not draw interest. Incompe
tent clerks got in this work and the state oi
New York appears several times in the
Lswton tax bUl and other minor defects run
all through it. Gentlemen are now exam
ining tbe matter, and the people will prob
ably be forced to manage very closely until
tbe new system gets under wsy.
From Tuesday's Daily. .
Mr. Chat. Sargent, of Heppner, is visit
ing bis parents io tbis city.
Mr. Thomas Badder, a merchant of Cas
cade Locks, is in the oity to-day.
Col. Hogg has been relieved from the re
ceivership of the Oregon Pacific
Farmers io Klickitat county are making
preparations to begin plowing in a few days.
There is considerable snow still remaining
on Dutch flat and Government flat, a few
miles southeast of the city.
Tbe Fossil Journal comes to ns tbis week
illustrated with photogravures of Gilliam
county's representatives in the legislature.
Dr. A. H. Leavens, of Cascade Locks, who
has been Quite sick, is recovering. He is
still confined to bis room, but expects to be
around in a few days.
Fossil haa shipped its fire engine back to
Mlddletown, Coun., and the flames would
play sad havoe with property if tbey ever
get a good start in that town.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hinton, accompanied
by Mrs. H in ton's mother aod sister, Mrs.
Bird aod Miss Lola Bird, returned last
night from a' winter's sojourn in Soathern
Mr. aod Mrs. G. Engleborn, wbo have
been yisiting their daughter, Mrs. Ullrich
in this city for the past winter, left on tbe
Regulator yesterday for Albany where they
will visit bis sister.
Tbe emperor of Germany lost a subject
yesterday in the person of George Jfeterson,
wbo declared his intention under oatb be
fore tbe county clerk of becoming a citizen
the United States of America.
An alarm of fir was sounded last evening
about half past 7 o'clock, and the depart
ment wa, soon on the scene. It proved to
be the New Columbia hotel, and tbe incipi
ent blaze was soon under control." No dam
age was done, bnt if the fire had got good
headway in that locality it would baye been
Tbe case of M. Thorbourn vs. J. C. Wood
went to the jury last evening, and tba jury
soon returned a verdict for the plaintiff, as
being entitled to the possession of the prop
erty, but not entitled to damages.
Snow fell here last Sunday evening to the
depth of 2 inches, says the Antelope Her
ald, and it made the ground very slippery
sgain. Sheepmen all returned to feeding,
but their scare lasted only two or three
The engineers of the Mohr road on the
Washington side of the river clsim the Co
lumbia river is 70 feet higher at Grant than
at this city, and that tbe highest point on
the road between Grant and Goldendale is
A party of chotogranhers. representing
the Columbian View Company, shot their
camera at the buildings on Front and
Second streets to-day. They claim tbat
these views will be on exhibition at tbe
Heppner comes Io the front with an
elopment of a married man, the father ol
seven children, with a young woman.
Tbe wife, very sensibly, did not attempt
to follow them, but will apply for a di
vorce from lhe worthless creature.
Hon. W. H. H. Dufur. of Dufur. is in
the city. He says tho snow is about oae
foot deep in the vicinity of bis farm, and
he still feeds his cattle. These he has fed
since the 19th of December, and he does
not expect to turn them out for several
On tbe examination at Heppner. last
Wednesday, T. K. Itoberls, who was ar
rested in Albany for embezzlement com
mitted in Morrow county, sufficient evi
dence was not produced to bold him for
tbe crime, and lie was roleased from cus
W. F. Thomas, for procuring money
under false pretenses, wss bound over to the
grand jury this morning in the sum o( $400.
This is the mao who falsely personated a .
member of the law firm of Killiu, Stsr ot
Thomas in tnis city, ad procured a loa i
from one of our attorneys.
Tbe severity of the winter In Dm Priest
river valley, Idaho, has driven tbe Indi
ana to depredations. They raided Jim
Reynold's and drove off the cattle. Seven
ranchers followed. In the fight one of
the Indians was killed and two Indians
and two whites were wounded.
The citizens of Antelope are taking steps
toward baying teU phone communication
with Sherman coantv. and to tins end the
last issue (f.the I raid has devoted an .
article calling upon th i iter.'.tid to sub
itcri's the amrmut c f $'2C00, cu t thut secure
connection w:tb Moro. Tim is s commend-
ble eoterpiisc, and we hope it will be sue- .
Articles of incorporation were filed to
day with ibe county clerk ot The 1)1 lea,
Dufur and Antelope Telephone Company,
nd the capital stock is $2000, divided into
200 shares of $10 esch. Tbe incorporators ,
sre Geo. W. Rowland. A. A. Urquhart and '
G. R. Rowland, and the objeot is to con
struct and operate a telenhono line between
this city, Uutur, Kingsley and Antelope.
Tbat tbe cholera will visit us next sum
mer is almost a certainly. It is begin
niog its campaign early at various Euro-
Eean points, aod it seems almost Impossi- .
le to prevent its entry into the United
Stales. The first preventive is cleanli
ness, and every American city should be
gin at once a vigorous warfare upon dirt
of all kinds.
The first discovery of gold in Eastern
Oregon was made in tbe summer of 1862 by
party uf prospectors from California and
the Willamette Valley, who were making
their way to mines on Salmon river in
Northern Idaho. They camped near the
present townsite of Canyon City where gold
waa discovered, and which for several years
made the liveliest mining oamp oo the Pa
ct bo coast.
The advertisement of Mr. H. Herbriog
appears in another column. He is deter
mined tbat bad debts shall bave no other
effect than to increase bis business enter
prise, and to tbia end the prices at which
be offers to sell goods is surprising. Such
merchants are bound to succeed any
where, and it is not Io be wondered at
that Mr. Herbring can oiler the induce
ments he does.
Tbe foreign papers bave a good joke on
Queen Victoria. It seems tbat the last
time she was down to Osborne the band
came to serenade her., iney piayea a
piece which took ber fancy, and she sent
an attendant to learn tne name oi tne
piece. He went and inquired, and com
ing book, with a good deal of embarrass
ment, explained to her majesty tbat it was
entitled, "Come Where the Booze is
Tbe negro editors of Georgia, repre
senting twe.ve papers, recommended tbat
instead of "colored" the word "Negro" be
used, and spelled with capital letter.
This suggests to tbe New York Sun tbe
night during tbe war, when tbe Hon.
Fred Douglas got out of a train at Jersey
'ltv He wore a big shawl over bis over
coat, and a reporter, seeing the dark skin
and towering form ot a traveler, stoppea
him with Ibe question: "Indian?" "Not"
shouted Douglas, "Nigger 1"
anyon City Afcm; 'Possums don't
grow in Oregon. However, the Hews man
and others bad the pleasure of again sit
ting around a 'possum dinner at M. E.
Stansell'a last Habbalh. Prof. Hicks, of
tbe public school, sent way back to Pike
county, Missouri, for the bird, wbicb
came out packed in ice. Tbis was doubt
less the on v ODossum in Oregon on mat
day, and tasted real good served up hot
with imported sweet potatoes.
Work is expected to begin at the Locks
this week by Day Bros., the contractors.
The ground is sufficiently tree from snow
for operations to commence, and tbey are
now waiting fur iron to lay a track to the
Herman creek quarry. Uranite has been
cut at their works in Callfornla.and these
stones will be brought to tbe Locks. It
is expected that there will be a thousand
men employed as soon as tbe water is
pumped out of tbe canal; but this will
not be done until after the June freshet.
Grant County Newt: News comes from
tbe San Francisco Examiner's annual prize
drawing that F. D. Smith, of Wagner,
Ore., has won tbe capital prize consisting
ot twenty acres ot orange land in Cal
ifornia. F. D. Smith is the fellow who
was around here last fall, and who went
over to Wagner and worked tor hit board
during the winter. He sent in nis suo-
ecription to the Examiner two days before
the time allotted to contestants expirea,
and is a lucky man indeed. The price is
The Government Loses,
A dispatch was received by the Orego-
nian, which reads as follows:
Washington. March 0 The supreme
court to-day decided against the United
Htates in its suit against the California &
Oregon Land Con. pany, to set aside and
declare void the title of tbe land com
pany to tracts in Oregon, purchased by
the company from persons acquiring title
from grantees under what are known as
the wagon-road land grants, nnder acts of
congress, and the decision of the lower
court is affirmed.
This will settle the title to the lands in
Eastern Oregon claimed nnder The Dalles
Military Wagon Road Co., and will be
welcome news. to very many settlers.
Nearly all these lands hays passed out ot
tbe company to bona fide purchasers, and,
if the government had gained the suit, it
would have put them to considerable
trouble to secure title. As It Is, tholr
rights in the property cannot be ques
tioned. When Baby was sick, ws fvs her Csstorts,
When aba wa a Child, aka ertad for Caatoria,
Woes aba became Miaa, aha olnnf t Caatoria,
Wasa ska had ChMrsa, she gave fas