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.MARCH 11. 1893
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half iWedkHalljHo the rantings
of "abolitionists" in ante-bellum days
: to prove- ;tbaV1eRepttblibati. party
was in favor -of- dissolution of ' the
- onion.' If the editor had read the
Chicago platform of 1856 he would
-- have disabused his mind of .this er-
: roneoua impression, and if he had been
.- rAnVArnant. wit.ri f-.hA hint.srv nf ilia rrat
" two years of Mr.' Lincoln's adminis
. v tration he would have ascertained the
noyance as Democratic copperheads.
There were few extremists who en-
' dorsed his - conservative ' policy, and
Horace Greet v' in his New York Trib-
'wie, was constantly hounding him be-
v .anoa ho. afnll nrxt- 1f 1 1, n Ikmnnnrni-fl
" sisters deoart in Daace." or at the be-
. Kiuuiuic issue au emancipation uruu
, tarnation. The Republican party never
euibeu me -aooiiuonisLs, ana Jur.
Greelev and Mr. Chana. after thn war.
. attached themselves to the Democracy.
It is a matter of just pride with Ri-
nnrtlinAna that, fho m,to ftm ita fieuf.
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organization, was conservatively con
stitutional on the questions of slavery
nn1 fYlA nroacpvnfinn rf tKa nMin at
all hazards, and was bitterly opposed
by extremists, north and south.
. The action of tbe Ulster Orange
men in burning Gladstone in effigy
was very unwise. As Irishmen they
should be in sympathy with any move
.. ment which would advance the inter
ests of their native land, and home
rule is undoubtedly in that line. It
, is not a question of religion but of
patriotism, and they should not be
lacking in this element. .. The men of
Ulster, the descendants of Cromwell's
Roundheads, should be in the front
ranks of the advocates of Irish liberty,
and should not pursue a line of actios
which will call down upon them the
condemnation of . the whole civilized
world. If home-rule passes the Brit
ish parliament, it will be a sad com
mentary on the loyalty of the men
who have been at the head of the in
dustrial development of Ireland, that
the military arm of the government
.- will have to be called into requisition
to enforce obedience to law.
The advisability of United States
' senators being elected by the people is
emphasized by the fact that three
states have failed to accomplish this
by their legislatures. , In our system
of government more power should be
given to the - democratic element, and
less to tbe autocratic and aristocratic.
The sovereign people, and not caucuses
and conventions, should assert their
power in the selection of all officers
who manage affairs, from the president
of the United States down to the pre
. cinot constable. , Growth of pure dem
ocracy is more marked in England
than . in Ameaics, and .the'. contrary
should be true.
Southern Ohiyalry and Southern Be
" The Dalles, Ore., March 3d, 1S93.
Noticing in some of the late numbers of
your paper several allusions to the "south
erners" and "boasted chivalry of the south,'
: and having some knowledge of tbe real sul
: tare of those southern knights, I feel im
- pelled, in their absense, to use the pen in
To one who baa never been south of Ma
son's and Dixon'a line the name annfch
v erner" usually brings to mind only the fame
of the beauty, tbe obivalry and culture of
those discinlea of Sir Walter Scott; tint in
the south, as in other vortions of tbe conn
try, are found all aorta and conditions of
' people. One would not expect chivalry
- from a North Carolina clay "eater; or
Georgia crackei, who probably never heard
- of the great novelist, and are less familiar
with hia writings, which are laid to bave
been the means of establishing the social
Anafnma it tlm Mnlk mmm. tk. mmw mUas
influence. Where is the Yankee, who baa
traveled in the - far south, enjoyed the
- charming hospitality of the rebel, and ob-
; served bis real chivalry and ' culture, would
wish to detract from bis fame? "
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; ins aoTineru xiepuoiioan wnue aenouno
ina the aontherner. still lament nvpr thm
wronffs of : his one-tima slave, and thnach
more than a quarter of a centurv has rolled
by since be set the bondmen free, he has
not yet solved the problem of what to do
with bim. The southerner claims the negro
lost hia happiness when he gained his free
dom, and this was true in many instances,
The assertion is based on a knowledge of his
. ' utter Jack of discipline. Uueen Victoria
once remarked, "It takes three generations
of wealth to make a sentleman." The ne-
i gro may : be; educated, but long years of
mental culture and moral restraint have
made tbe white man still bis superior. Pa
tience and humility are not characteristics
of the negro, and only limited numbers and
. lack ot .knpwledge of military tactics, pre-
vcuw um cu&auju Hie -country iu ' anutner
civil war, in which sympathetic Bepubli-
cans would feel compelled to turn the guns.
which once they leveled at tbe masters, on
the , deeendants of tbe slaves. While fa
. nulunty has relieved me of superfluous
sympathy for the darky, I deplore tbe fact
that be was ever made a alave. I would
bave him educated and gospelized, but I
would first send him with his wife and
pickaninnies, bis banjo, dqg and gun, which
usually co rr pose the sum total of his posses
sions, back to Africa. Then let onr Chris
tian men and women build schools and
churches for him there; send teachers and
missionaries, and help him to civilize his
. yandal r countrymen When this has been
- done, the United Stto will ham 1 .fn.
for the sin of slavery, and the curse will
bave been turned into a blessing to the
African. ... L D.
- Frozen to Death.
John Henry, a Great Northern laborer,
arrived in tbe city yesterday, says the Se
attle Post-Intdlmgencer, and brought news
ot the finding of the body of Fred land-
holm, or Holem, under fifteen left of snow
near Madison station, about seventeen miles
The body was perfectly preserved, fend now
lies in a wooden box in a anow grave six
There were twenty-seven men in the camp
the night the big storm commenced, and
iaindbolm was absent, on an- errand. ' With
tbe increase in the fury of the storm- the
men oommenoed to feel worried about their
companion. Time went on and be did not
return. Some one suggested 'thstjthef
make up a searching party. The. sugges
tion was immediately acted on.' aud oat into
the blinding storm with lanterns started
the men. Alon the track tbey weot, yell'
ing hia name and kicking through the anow
in bopei of finding bis body if he bad fallen,
Tbe search was unsuccessful, and, when the
rescuers were almost frozen -themselves.
they returned to. the camp.
I Lrurirjup- tne long aaya war, louowea ioou
b, - ,nd ,t the finltbreak in ttle
T- . I 1 1 . 1 i M 1 1 9 t a
storm, tbey commenced to work tbetr way
out in earnest. Eight days later, while dig
uing through a cut where the snow was
packed in to the depth of 16 feet or more,
one of the workmen felt his shovel strike
some object that appeared te give away in a
peculiar manner. He kept on shoveling,
and soon laid bare to the eyes of his fellow
workmen tbe frozen body of Fred Lindholm.
The bead was - almost on the rail and m
about five inches of snow. Some of ths
men made a rough wooden box, while othere
dag a grave in the snow by the side of the
track. The interment was then mode and
the work on the railroad resumed.
The dead man was a Swede 22 years old,
5 feet 11 inches tall, and would weigh 185
pounds. The doubt as to bis name arose
from tbe fact- that it was put down differ
ently in two time books. Coroner "Horten
was notified of the case by the police last
Tbe regular monthly meeting of the com
mon council was held in the city hall last
evening. - f resident, lion. itODeri jtuys,
mayor; Paul Kreft, T. M. Joles, C. F.
Laner, James Wood couocilmen.
The minutes of the last regular meeting
read and approved.
Tbe petition of V. N. Wiley for reduc
tion of assessment referred to the judiciary
The verbafpetition of E. Pitman for lav
ing water pipes in alley in block 108 mili
tary reserve was on motion granted.
"A letter from' Nebraska ia regard to what
encouragement could be offered tor a plant
in the line of incubators was read and placed
oo file. . ' -
The reports of officers were read and
placed on file.
Tbe committee on streets and pubho
property asked until the next meeting to re
port on tbe Elton petition.
The street commissioner and- recorder
were instructed to, ascertain costs of sewer.
It was resolved on motion that when the
council adjourn it adjourn to meet to-morrow
The assessment of Mrs. Fish was reduced
as prayed for in tbe petition.
The recorder was instructed to prepare an
ordinance for sewer assessment.
Tbe street commissioner was instructed
on motion to notify parties on Eleventh
street to construct sidewalks and also cross
walks on their property.
The matter of tbe improvement of streets
near tbe residence of Mr. Jos. Stadleman
was referred to committee on streets and
The following bills were allowed:
r Menefee, recorder's - salary $100 00
Dan aUkmey, marshal's salary luu w
i T Stanieis. street commissioner 72 00
I, Rorden, treasurer 26 00
Geo J Brcwn, engineer fire department...... H 00
J 8 Fish, fire warden 18 00
Water eommissiooara, water rent 82 00
Ben C Irwin & Oo, record hooks SO 86
Williams a Teams, three cords oak wood.... 14 60
Dalles Electric Co, liehis offices... . 8 60
Dalles Bleetne Co. tight fire department.
uaties eiiecinc vo. lurub eweew. sw
Mays A Crowe, mdse
W W 8tephensen, sawing wood.: :
Mater & Benton, mdse.
8 Klein, lead
Maier it Benton , mdse
Her ton Dygert M'fg Co, 2 ordinances records
Umatilla House, meals for prisoners. . -
J Millard, attendance Omer family
Dalles Lumbering Oo, wood Oraeg family....
R V Gicons, night watchman
O C Bills, night wit cfaman. . . . :
Mrs A i Murray, at tendance Wood family . . .
The Dufur Institute.
Programme of Local Institute to be held
at Dufur, Friday and Saturday, March 10th
. .I FRIDAY, 11 A. M.
Opening .address Superintendent Troy
Response) Aaron Frazier.
Organization appointment of commit
'. FRIDAY, 1:30 P. M,
Orthograpby-T-L. B Thomas.
Fractions Miss Edith Peabody. .
Physiology Waldo Brignam.
Tbe noun Miss Anna Heisler. "
Necessity of early trainining in the Eng
lish language E. S. Hmman.
- '" ; . FRIDAY, 7 P.M.
Declamation Boy Butler.
Seleot Beading Miss Vira Whipple.
The Adjective Miss Ina Thomas.
Declamation John McAtee
Summary of the War of 1812 Miss Anna
Declamation Miss Lottie Quinn.
Select Beading Miss Daisy Dufur.
Essay Miss Anna White. .
Co-ordination in the Sentence Miss
Summary of the Bevolutionary War
Miss Leva Vanderpbol. .. , . . . '. '
Essay Miss Blanche Dufur.
Declamation Parke Bolton.
... . SATURDAY, 9 A. M.
The relation of geography and history-
John A. Hay lock - s
The elements of a aentenoe Miss Minnie
Heisler. ' " ' '
Penmanship Miss Emma F. Ward.
Percentage Mrs, Ester Menefee.
Practical .. hints in physiology Aaron
SATURDAY, 1:30 P. M. '
Neatness in the school room Miss Sus
Methods your method, my method, the
best method P; P.' Underwood. "
Assimilation Miss .Eva JanderpooL
Helps ia primary teaching Miss Cordelia
Some things lacking in our public schools
Aaron Frazier. . ' ' ' ' ,;. -' '.
. SATURDAY, 7ML
Address Notes snd Suggestions on the
Schools ot the County Superintendent Troy
Shelley. . . '
Five minute speeches by .ten leading citi
zens. - - ' ;
The exercises will be ' interspersed with
good music furnished by the Dufur publio
school and tbe Dufur choir. -
Everybody cordially invited to attend
and take part in discussions.
A Vioious Attack.
' "" Condon Olobe,
On Saturday, February 18th, Dud Flyon,
a-young man about 25. years of age, with
out any cause to speak of, made a vioious
attack upon Mr. Ed Wineland at Lone
Bock, Fiom what we can learn of the oc
currence, it appears that f lyon bad been
'laying for" Mr. Wineland, and when 'the
latter stepped out of a stoie just after dark
in the .evening, Flynn dealt bim a murder
oos blow which felled him to the ground.
He then jumped upon tbe old man's face
with bis. boothee'.s and repeatedly kicked
him in the stomaoh and intestines until the
old gentleman was insensible. Some one
then interfered, or he probably would bave
bean murdered outright.
As soon aa Mr. Wioetand, was able, which
was several daya after," he was brought to
Condon, where he has since remained nnder
the doctor's care. He is horribly cut up
and wounded internally, and was obliged to
carry both anna, in slings, i It will.be many
a day before he recovers his health again, if
He bad a warrant sworn out for Flynn's
arrest, oq a charge of assault with intent to
kill, j t Deputy Sheriff Tom Johnson went
over and brought him to town Saturday.
Ha waived examination and was bound over
to tbe grand fury in tbe sum of $300, which
were furnished. -
Mr. Wineland has also brousht suit
again, Flynu through bis attorneys. Dar
ling Jk Hendricks, for $400 damages, the
paper being served Thursday.
ANHUAL sohool meeting.
The meeting was sailed to order by Chair
man S. B. Adams at 1:80.
--The' first business transacted was tbe
readine ot the annual report by Clerk J. M.
-Huntington as follows: -,
Uale. male. tal.
Number residents of school age 427 430 007
Number resident pupil enrolled..... 269 27S 632
Avenure dully attendance durlnir the
school term 380
Number te chore employed 1 10 11
Number children not attending-s.-hool
during- Tear, between 20 and 4. . SID
Kumt.Ar tMntta a emnloreil iurjriVAta
schools iu dLtrlct durinz year. . 18 9
Number pupils In private schools in
district darinx year..... 65 122 187
i PBOPEBTT VALUES.
RattmiifcMl value of hrmses 825.000
Estimated value of school furniture. 3,000
FjitimmtMi value of man., e-lobea. etc.. 250
Amount of insurance '. 9f750
Average salary paid male teacher per month.. l&u
Average salary paid feuale teachers per
CLERKS 'FINANCIAL REPORT,
(tab on band at beginning of school year. . 2403 93
Amount of taxes col'ected 4748 48
A mmml. nmniud from eountv school fund. 1985 00
Amount received from state school fund . . . 2530 00
Amount of iat bills collected 102 60
Received from all other sources 65
Total , tll803 61
Teachers' salaries... "
Repairs, painting, etc, of buildings 433 76
School furniture ' J"? J?
Fuel 221 63
Out clerk's services 2S6 42
Apparatus, maps, etc ' 43
Insurance "f J
Interest on n te 210 00
Balance on note JO
Interest on same !?1 80
Sundries 1' 83
. Balance on hand 8 666 05
Note to Mrs Guy.
.. .13000 00
... 17a 00
Delinquent taxes .
. $ 656 05
. 1000 00
, Total liabilities
The director's report was a verbal state
ment by Mr. Adams, reviewing Jthe above
report with comments incidental to the
work of the board for the period under re
Mr. Adams showed that tbe district- was
prosperous, and, notwithstanding the back
sets of the tire, an increased attendance
was noted, and the directors had estimated
thit a levy of three mills on the oorrent as
sessment of the district would be sufficient
for the expenses of the schools for the com
ing year,unless some extraordinary expenses
were created by order of the taxpayers.
The shade trees burned np had been re
placed, the buildings are all in good repair,
necessary and . expensive connections had
been made to the new water system, and all
taken together tbe condition of the district
could be. explained in a few words, easily
understood: "It is all right."
Concerning a new building for school pur
poses in the East End, the directors have
not bad the power to act, as the law strictly
provides that for such purposes the tax
payers must explicitly delegate to the direc
tors the course to be pursued. They must
order the work, specify the. amount to be
expended, make the levy, collect tbe tax,
and have it in the hands of the tr easore
before the directors can proceed to expend
it. The directors had called npon parents
for a list of any children who may be in
that part of the district nnable . to attend
school on account of the distance, bnt the
parents have not yet so informed the direc
tors, who have it in view to lease a suitable
building in the East Eod, employ teachers
snd establish a school whenever duly in
formed as to the necessities of the case,
Four candidates were placed in nomina
tion for clerk as follows: Ernest Jacobsen
41 votes; I. L Burget, 38; J. M. Hunting
ton, 24; A. C. Sanford, 20. Mr Jacobsen
having received the highest number of votes
was declared elected.
' In snite of bis protest, Director S. B.
Adams was re-elected unanimously.
A levy of three mills for the coming
school year was made. '
A motion for leal notice of a special
meeting to provide a new school house in
the East End was lost.
It was resolved to continue tbe schools
for the ensuing year the same as in the p ast,
Front the Colnssu
is of the
Two inches of snow fell here last Mon
day, but bad about all melted by Tuesday
There has been but little loss of stock in
Crook oonnty this winter, -and if fair prices
are realized for beef, mutton and wool, this
will be a prosperous season.
The proprietor of the Beaver creek dance
ball, charges his neighbors one dollar
niece for eatins their own Inncbes in bis
house when they go there to a dance,
There are no flies on J ohn.
Bruce Price, of Camp creek, was in town
Tuesday. Mr. Price said there was still
about a foot of snow on Camp creek. Tbe
ranchmen are still feeding, and 'most of
them have plenty of hay to feed several
weeks yet. He reports a very light loss of
stock so far in the southern part of tbe
Cattle raiser, feel wsured, owing to the
great amount of moisture in the ground,
that there will be an abundance of grass on
the range this coming season, and in conse-
auence a large amount of fat beef. Beef
buyers sh ;uld also bear this in mind, and
look to Crook county for a liberal supply of
beef this year.
; A representative of the Cape: Horn Tele
graph Company has written to parties here
for information as to the feasibility of estab
lishing a telegraph line between this place
and The Dalles. '- He- requests a subsidy of
one-bait the cost of the line, and aays if
proper inducements are offered he will visit
this place, in the interest of the company,
A telegragn line from here to Tbe Dalles
would be of great convenience to Prineville,
but it is hardly probable that the people
here would be willing to donate one-balf tbn
coat of r the line- to-set it.- They would
rather donate the other halt and own the
- Wamio. Itema.
Waxic, Ore., March 3, 1893,
Snow fell to the depth of five inches last
Tuesday, but tbe ground ia bare again.
Farmers are turning their stock out to
grass, and gettiog ready for plowing.
Wauiic was. visited by fire ; last .Tuesday
night, which resulted in tbe total loss of J.
C Pratt's smoke-bouse, wkicb contained
1500 pounds of bacon. It was supposed to
have caught by a piece of meat falling in
the fire which had been kept for the purpose
of smoking it. The fire was first discovered
by Dr. Wm. Woodcock, who was returning
about 11 F. at. from visiting a patient. He
immediately gave tbe alarm, but before as
sistance could be had the flames were be
A terrible encounter took place at tbe
residence ot S. B. Drivers between Albert
Ullery and ' Edward Cassens. Tbe young
men met at Mr. D's when a quarrel ensued
over the breaking of a gate, each claiming
tbe other broke it, when the lie passed and
they went out to settle the matter. They
bad only reached the porch when tbey came
together with tremendous, force, and were
both knocked out on tbe first round. Cas
sens received a blow under the left eye,
which may result in the, loss of that optic. '
Ullery is hurt internally, but with careful
nnrsing may pull through.
Wm. Uantiell bas invented a valuable
machine in the form of a louse trap, which
he intends having patented in the near fu
ture. It is one of tbe greitot inventions
of the age, and show very plainly that Ed
ison was right when he aid, "Scientific dis
covery is only in ita infancy."
C. J. Vsnduyn and Wm. Lucas have dis
solved partnership. They were engaged in
farming and were doing a thriving business,
but owing to the health of Mr. Lucas, which
has been failing lor some time, he was com
pelled to try a change of climate. Aro.
A well-known Salem banker has his own
yiews as to tbe manner in which Oregon's
appropriation should be expended at Chi
cago in order to bring about the greatest
good. He claims that there is no firmer
wheat in the world than that grown in this
state, and that he is in favor of buying at
thb highest market price 5000 bushels of
tbe same and exhibiting it in glass b ns.
That there be a great number of sn ail
sacks made with the words ' "Oregon
Wheat" printed on them and a day adver
tised by placards on the wheat bins for dis
tribution of these sacks tall of wheat to
visiting farmers. He wonld do the same
thing with the fruit, being very caretul in
its selection and sending it forward on pas-1
sencer trains. This he would also adver
tise for distribution on a certain day. H
thiuks, by this method, Oregon would set
so thoroughly advertised that it would in
tbe next five years more than double the
otherwise s ttlement of the Willamette
valley in particular and Oregon in general.
Valparaiso, Marsh 0 The victories
ol the federal party in Rio Graude do
Sui, Brazil, are reported leas frequently
now and tbe truth is gradually coming
to light. Tbe seizure two weeks ago of a
Bbip laden with arms and ammunition
for tbe federals by the Uruguayan au
thorities, bas bo crippled the revolution
ists that they bave oot been able to take
advantage of their earlier successes.
Tbe federal army.- encamped outside of
santa Ana, bas been compelled to retire
quietly because it hasn't ammunition and
can not take tbe (Jistilihi-tas stronghold
Meanwhile tbe UastilihUtas are concen
trating a large force at Bge and General
Tavarez is leading, tbe federal army for
ward to attack them If be is successful
in this movement against Bige, be will
torn his army back and reinforce the
besieging forces at Santa Ana. General
Saiaiva with 1000 men is marching
against San Garble), where the Cistili-
histas bnve enlieocbed a strong force.
tteneral leilo iclt r.irto Allegro yester
day for Pclotos, and Irom there will pro
ceed to San Gabriel to asxume tbe com
mand of tbe govern meat army. He will
be in command when General ftaraiva's
army begins to attack, and a hot engage
ment may be expected. It is reported
tbat in an engagement near San Borja.
tbe federal forces were defeated, and that
their commander, Co.'onel Simon, was
A decree has been issued by tbe gov
ernment at Buenos Avres, changing the
paper notes already issued to a uew
series, which will aggregate $270,000,000
When tbe new .National Guard of Argen
tina has been mobilized it will number
Chilians are generally pleased with
tbe report of tbo committee of tbe
United States house of representatives
relative to tbe righ,ts of tbe Panama
railway. The Chilian steamship com
pany will , endeavor to start a line of
ships to Central America.
Ex-President Plerdla of Pent.
Panama, March 6 Having been de
nied a sate conduct to Lima, ex Presi
dent Pierdla, of Peru, is still in Panama.
He will temiio bere'until he hears lrom
tbe political organizations in Pern,
which are supporting bis candidacy for
tbe presidency. He will make no formal
announcement that be is a candidate un
til bis partisans in Lima advise bim tbe
opportune moment has arrived. DariDg
an interview with ex President Pierdla
yesterday he lidiculed the report tbat
Chili bas made alliance with Brazil
against Argentina. He said Chi i had
not sufficiently recovered from tbe effects
of tbe revolution which resulted in the
overthrow of Balm&ceda to engage in a
foreign war or even endeavor to further
complicate the Tacbarrica qutstion by
refusing to submit tbe question to a vote
as provided for in tbe treaty on this sub
jeet M.4 Mange, liqaidator of the Pan
ama Canal Company, telegraphs from
B-igata tbat tbe government of Colombia
is disposed to ant generously in tbe mat
ter of granting an extension of canal con
cessions. The government bas been fa
vorably influenced. Toy tbe. receipt of a
dispatch from the. governor of Panama
which says tbe people of the lstba.ua la
vor the extension of the concessions.
.. -Kx-Serretary Foster.
Xondon, March 6 Sir Charles Tupper,
Canadiao high commissioner to London,
who represents Canada in the- Bebring
sea - arbitration, called this morning
upon Hon. Mr. Foster, formerly United
States secretary of state, who bas charge
of tbe American case before tbe conrt ol
arbitration.. Foster arrived at South
ampton Saturday, and at once proceeded
to London, where be is stopping. at the
Savoy hotel. Sir Charles and Foster dis
cussed tbe details of the contereoce at
considerable length. Foster will return
to Southampton to attend the banquet to
be given in bonor of tne arrival there
of tbe first steamer of tbe American line's
firet. ' Tbe dinner - promises to be at
tended by a large number of gintlemeo
in political and mercantile life. Foatei
will dine with Lord Rosebery, British
foreign minister, Wednesday, and Friday
be will deoart for Pans,, wo ere tbe court
of arbittation will bold its session. He
declines to discuss tho questions of
Cleveland's presidency or other topics
bearing on tbe political sanation in tbe
Oevy One Round.
p Spokane, March 0 Colonel Frank J.
Parker, editor of tbe Walla Walla States
man, and L C. Giiliam, a prominent Re
publican of this city, bad a short but
rattling light in tbe lobby of tbe hotel
Spokane tonight. Parker and Gilliam
bave alwajs been tbe best of friends.
Tbey were engaged in conversation,
when Gilliam refered to tbe inauguration
of tbe stuffed prophet." "WbatsthatJ"
demanded Parker Gilliam repeated tbe
statement, when Parker exclaimed, "Gro
ver Cleveland is now . president of the
United Sta'es, and you can t Inenit him
in my presence, and grabbed a news
paper which Giiliam was reading and
tore it up. Gilliam siezed Parker and
hurled bim balf way across the room.
Parker was back in an instant and
landed a vicious right band blow on Gil
liam's eve. At this point bvptanders
parted tbe combatants. The affair baa
been (.oppressed by tho local papers.
Oranxenaea Under HarvelllaBee.
London, March 6, Inflammatory
Orange speeches, wbicb are now every
day occurrences in Ulster, have goaded
the government into action. Secretary
Morley has quietly issued orders to tbe
chiefs of police in the Ulster district for
police reporters to .- attend public
Oraoge meetings. Tbe speaker - will
be promptly prosecuted whenever tbe
violence of tbe harangues gives an oppor
tunity to interfere. .
Two Cases of Banal pox.
Orksoh " Citt. March 9 There are
two cases of -smallpox at Clackamas, a
small town on tbe ' Oregon & California,
five .miles ' below . Oregon City. Mrs.
Benjamin Knox and ber youngest . child j
were stricken with tbe dreaded disease
yesterday." The citizens have ent for
special phvs'.clan from Portland to at
teud the rases. They havo also pro
cured a nurse, and quarantined the houte
but It Ik doubtful it a soread of the di
6ease can be prevented, as John' Knox
from whom they cauglit it, was all ubout
Ibe town. Tbe citizens are taku g vigor
ous measures to protect tbe community
Uladslone Called a Traitor.
New ioitK. JUarch 0 An evenin
paper has infoimxtion by rab'e that
G adstore was subjected to a hostile de
monstration iu aristocratic Brighton, yes
terday. When leaving St. Paul's cburcb
in tbe morning, with Lor 3 Actou
found a large crowd outside, includin
a number of voung tory "blood?," who
saluted him with vigorous hooting, hi
sing and cries of "traitor." The liberal
present responded with cheers and th
tumult was heightened. Gladstone'
passage was blocked until a cab -was
brought and he drove quickly away.
Distribution of Patronng-e.
Washington, March 6 There has been
some doubt as to who is going to distribufi
the patronage for Washington, It is now
practically decided that John Collins, of Se
attle, will be the man. lie is very close to
Cleveland, and the fact that Senator Squire
is popular with the Cleveland administration
and a good friend ol Collins gives the seat-
tie man the best of it. He may allow Hugh
Wallace to have some position, and probably
would be willing to concede him a second or
third class mission, principally on account of
his being the son in-law ot Lhiet Justice
Pat Powers wants tpbe appraiser at Port
land. Those working for collector lor th
Port of Portland are T. J. Black, of Linn
county; Emanual .Meyer and A J. Knott
of Portland. For district attorney George
Noland, of Astoria, and D. R. Murphy, of
Portland, are mating the race. Ibey all ex
pect to have these appointments made as soon
Kotic3 of Assignee's Sale.
BY virtue of ad order duly nude, reudercil and
entered on the 25th day of February, 1893, by
the Honorable Circuit Court f tbe Sta e of Oregon
for Wattco county, an t riorums: and directm tne un
dersiirned. ovmiirme of tbe estate of P. T. Sharp, an
inao vent debtor, to sail the real property beloiiging
to Bjaa eulate, l win on
Monday, the 31 day of April, 1S93,
at S o'clock in the afternoon of said day. at the front
door ox tne County uuurt House in fjaiieautty,
Wasco county, Oregon, 8"U at public auction, all of
the following a escribed tracts of land and premises,
belonging to the estate of sold insolvent debtor, to
wit: The northeast quarter of the southwest quarter,
and the south balf of the southwest quarter of sec
tion 12, and the northeast quarter of the northwest
quarter of section 13, ii. township 1 north range
13 east, W M, containing 160 acres; find fractional
hU S and 4 of the north half of the north&tst quar
ter of section 12, in township 1 north of tange 13
east, W M, containing 18 and 84-100 acres: alsrr a
fractio al prt of the northwest quarter o' the rorth
west quarter of tec Ion 13, township I north of rantre
IS east. W M. containing 26 acres: also tbe wet lulf
ot tne nortnwest quarter ox section 7, towusnip j.
nortn ox tange 14 east, w a, containing iu7 aua zu
100 acres: also the north half of the southeast quar
ter, and the south half of the riortheaet quarter of
section 12, township 1 north of nuure 13 east, w M.
containing 160 acres; co taining in all 471 and 4 100
aore ox land, and an situated in was so county,
Oregon, together with all and singular the tene-
ments hereditaments and ppurte nances thereunto
oetoninnir and aoDertaininir.
Said sale wi-1 be made lor cash in hand, and said
lanus and premises will be sold subject to the hen of
two Cf rtaiii mortgages, one given to tne Board ox
Commissioners for the sale of school and university
lands, which said mortgage is recorded in book "P
at page 218 thereof, of Records of Mortgages for
w ohx county, Oregon, and was uiven to secure the
ptmentof tne sum of $6000 and interest, and the
other mortgage given to William Floyd, to secure
the payment of the sum of $b75 and interest, which
Bdid mortgage is recorded in book K" at page 386
tnertto , oi Kecoras cx Mortgages xor said county,
ana wnicn saia mortgages are hereoy referred to.
Assignee of the estate of P. T. Sharo. an insolvent
The Dalles, Ore., March 4. 1893.
Proposals for Bids.
OEALEO BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
O office -of CrAndall s Bureett until noon, March
20. 1893. for the superstructure of a moposei dwell
ing to be built for W. L. Brad -haw on the northeast
corner of Wetfhington and rourth streets, me
Dalles. Oregon, according to the plans and specifica
tions prepared by C. J. Cnndall Bids will also be
received at the sme time and place for the mason
workofihe above mention d building. Plans and
specifications can be seen at the office of Crandall tfc
tturgrett. The tight la reserved to reject any ana
ail Did. - ieozsta
XTOTICE is hereby given that the partnership
lAi heretofore existing under the firm name and
style of Smith A McAllister, is this day dissolvsd by
mutual consent. AH debts due tho late firm will be
collected by the individual members, and all bills
contracted br the firm prior to this date will be paid
by the individua members. The p stoffice address
of the in Oi vidua! m mbers of the firm will remain
the same, Croy, Sherman county, Oregon.
Croy, Sherman county, Oregon, Feb. 27, 1893.
NOTICE i3 hereby Riven tbat tb nnderaig-ned has
been, by an order of the Coon y Court of
Wasco oonnty, Oregon, a'-f inted executor of the
e tate of Paul Bicderaon. deceased. Therefore, all
putes holding ciaimi against said estate are hereby
nutifld tr- present them to me t the office of J U
8rxy, Dalles City. Wa?co county, orexon. within
six months after die of this notice: and all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate are
hereby notified to come forvard and pay the same.
kuw aku HlMJEKHOiN, Executor,
The Dalles, F.b. 24, 1893.
NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION.
Lass Ornca at Tasoouvxr, Wash..
Feb. 20. 1893.
To Daniel Ofmer and all whom it may concern:
Notice ia hereby iriven that the followinir-named
settler has filed notice of hia intt-ntion to make final
pro f in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before W. ft. Dunbar. Commiiwoner
United 8tates Circuit Court for district of Washing
ton, at Ooldendale. Washington, on May 2d, 1883,
D0MING03 A. LEONARDO,
Hcmestead Application No. 6080, for the NW or. Sec
r. ip in, sue,"'.
He names tbe followimr witnesses to prove hia
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
Louehlin O Bnen, John T. Lucas. Henry F. Brune.
Marion D. Bunnell, all of Centerville Postotfice,
feb24 JOHN D. GEOGHEGAN, Bepst.-r.
v - Cxitss Si-iTts Laud Omcm,
Tbe Dalles, Orwron. January 17, 1893.
Complaint having; been entered at this office by
Joseph K. Kamus against Henry S. Rector, for
abandoning hU Homettead Entry No. 4445. daied
Juue 9th, 189 '-, upon the south bait of the northwest
quarter, Section 32, Township 1 south, Range 16
east. In w asco county, uregon, witb a vtsw to the
cancellation ol said entry: uie said parties are Here
by summoned to appear at tliis office on the 22d day
it March. 193. at 10 o'clock A. M . to respond and
furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandon
febll JOHN W.LEWIS. Register.
L. P. OSTLUND
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In coinnoundlnt a aolutlon a pan act-1 'Irmly .pliird oo tbe band
and on aaaulug afterward It was dlsLuvtrrd tbnt lli. talr was com
pltlely removed. We al one. put IM. wondrrlul preparation, on tbe
market and so great bas been tbe demand that w. are now Introd Ik-Ids'
it Uuooghont the world nnder tbs name of Uuean'a Anti-kialrlsM!.
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND
SO BIMPLrANT CHILD CAN USE IT.
Lay tb hair orer and apply tbe mixture for a few minotes. and tbe
hair disappear a If by maflr wltbout tbe align test pain or Injury wben
applied or aver afterward. 11 lsunllkeanyotberprepsraUoneveruaed
for a like purpose. Thousands of LADIFN who bave been annoyed
with hair on tbetr FACE. NECK and ARM n atteat Its merlla.
GENTLEMEN who do not appreciates beard or hair on tbeirneck,
find a priceless boon In liueen's Antl-Halrlne wblob doe. away
safety mailing boxes, postage paid by n. (securely
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