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MARCH 18. 1893
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CONDITION OF THE TREASURY
Near tbe close of its existence the
last congress authorized and directed
the committee on -Ways and Means to
inquire into the condition of the treas
ury, says the Liter Ocean. The result
.bas just been published and consists of
two reports, one by the Democratic
majority, one by the Republican minor-
' ity. These two reports agree' in this,
that neither contains anything in the
remotest degree suggestive of anything
dishonest in the management of tbe
department or rotten in its condition.
This is the point of special interest, or
rather, . would be if there were any
suspicion of crookednees. So remote
was the thought of anything of the
kind that this negative tribute to the
honesty of the late administration is
not likely to attract much attention.
The reports are mainly occupied in
guessing what will be the financial
condition of the national government
by the beginning of the fiscal year 1894.
This look ahead is based on treasury
estimates, and it is truly remarkable
. how expert clerks of that department
have become in forecasts of this kind.
Of course no member of the committee
nor the secretary of -the treasury, Mr.
Charles Foster, can lay claim to any
personal expertness equal to the re
quirements of such forecasting of the
fiscal future. These two reports seem,
at first blush, to differ widely, but the
real difference is a matter of book-
keeping. According to Mr. Springer,
who wants to take a glaring view of
the prospects, there is a ' greac big
deficit in store for the government,
amounting to $30,000,000 or $40,000,-
000, while the minority report figures
out a surplus. , So far as concerns J uly
1, 1893, the majority estimates the
available cash balance at $17,000,000,
the secretary of tbe treasury putting
the figures at $20,992,377- over and
above the $100,000,000 gold reserve.
This is not much of a margin of differ'
ence, not enough to make any appre
. ciable difference either way. As to
189-1 it la rather early in tbe day to
tell what the revenue and the appro
priations will be. It will be time
enough to discuss 1894 when its morn
' ing beeins to redden in the east. It is
, enough for the present to know that
according to the representation of Mr.
Springer and his fellow Democrats tbe
. treasury, as left by : the Republican
; administration, will have at the end of
the current fiscal year, four months
- hence, an available cash balance in ex
cess of the gold reserve of $17,000,000,
. the secretary of tbe treasury placing it
about $4,000,000 higher. ,
The Republican party baa grandly
redeemed its promise as to the treas
ury Surplus which was piling up under
Cleveland. ' That surplus . was mainly
due to the duty on sugar. Free listing
sugar was. the great corrective in the
treasury balance, the antidote for the
.congested condition of the treasury
' four years ago. :" The other changes in
-the tariff had reference more specifi
cally to the better application of the
principle of protection.
, ' . It may be necessary to increase the
.; revenue of the government, but that
- can be done without burdening the
consumer. The free listing of sugar
has reduced the cost of living in this
country at least $50,000,000 a year.
That much and more has been saved
annually to the consumers. Ibere is
some talk of Increasing the tax on
. whisky. It is quite immaterial to the
consumer whe.ther that is done or not.
When it comes to the price, of that
pernicious luxury to the actual drinker
it is the same now as when the tax was
$2 per gallon, and remove the tax alto
gether and it would still be the same.
The whisky tax should , bit regulated,
therefore, according to the condition of
the treasury.' if
The subject of issuing bonds is under
continual consideration. That is not,
however, a question of the condition of
the treasury, properly speaking, but of
the foreign demand. ;The government
has all the gold our own people require,
but if the foreign demand continues
and the general stock on hand gets too
low it is easy enough to replenish by
selling government bonds, usiDg the
gold received therefor for maintaining
the general stock on hand and avail
able for export. ' V
yr oommoh oauaoiL.
A meeting of the council at tbe call of tbe
mayor was held in tbe city hall Saturday
evening.. . ; ' : . .
Present Hon. Robert Haysmayor; C.
E. Height,' Paul Ereft, T. N. Joles, James
Wood and K M. Williams councilmen.
Tbe mayor stated that the meeting was
called for the purpose of considering the
opinion of attorneys as to the manner of
assessment for the construction of sewer j. .
A written opinion of Huntington ft Wilson
was read. -
On motion it was ordered that the pro
ceedings be had according to tbe opinion,
and that the mayor appoint a committee ot
disinterested persons to apportion the cost of
constructing the sewer in block 9 Laugblin'a
addition among tbe respective property
Tbe mayor appointed 8. B. Adams, John
M. Marden and Smith French as such com
mittee, and .they were requested to meet
and make their report on the 18th.
The recorder was instructed to notify The
Dalles Lumbering Co. to lay planking in the
road where their flume crosses the highway,
o that it can be safely traveled by wagons.
There being no further business the cotan.
Sudden Death of Jos. Gshwindner.
Last Saturday night, at tbe Henderson
' ranch, near Dufur, J. Gshwindner, J. Staats
and Joai Staats bad drank considerably, and
yesterday morning Gshwindner was found
dead in his bed. It seems that Gshwindner
haa been feeling poorly for some time, and
Staats on Saturday procured a bottle of
whisky from the drug store for medicinal
- purposes.'' Taking it out wbere Gshwindner
was stopping, they drank freely, no til be be
came intoxicated, and going pat fell oyer a
porch' about two':, feet from the ground.
Missing him tbey called Gshwindner and be
' answered by a groan. Soon afterwards tbey
went oat and brought bim in and laid him
down on an improvised bed on the floor.
Apparently be slept soundly daring the
night; bat in the morning on attempting to
wake him they found him dead. As soon
as possible, Mr. Eastwood, the coroner was
summoned, and jury empanelled. The
following is tbe verdict: .
We the "jury empaneled by the coroner
of Wasco county to examine into the cause
of the death of Joseph Gshwiuder found
dead at the farm of E J ward Henderson on
Fifteen Mile creek, Wasco county, Oregon,
tind from careful examination of witnesae-8
and from testimony of the phy-ioian, mak
ing tbe medical examination, that said Jo
seph Gshwinder came to his death by con
cussion of the brain, caused by a fall from
a porch and striking the ground on his head,
and that no person is in any way responsi
ble for such fall, or said death.
M. J. Asdkrsov,
W. L. Vandekpooi.,
E. C. Waebes.
N. M Lathine, .
J. H Johnston,
W. J. Craft.
Mr. (ishwiudner was a German aliout 35
jears of age, and unmarried. He has no
relative a in this country, but has a brother
and other members of the lamilv residing in
Austria. His reputat on was good in the
community, and he was not addicted to
drinking liquor, having never been known
to have been intoxicated. ' Of a large he vy
frame, the fa!) was much more fatal than it
would have br.eo with a perron of lighter
weight. The young men who were with
bim enjoy the reputation of being industri
ous and sober, and could procure liquor
almost anywhere. The fatal ending of this
convivial party has created great excite
ment at Dufur, and has cast a gloom of sad
ness over tbe community.
Grand Dalles to the Fore.
Hood River Glacier.
Suit has been commenced by Clark 0.
Foster, of Saginaw, Michigan, to enjoin the
Rev. O. D. Taylor, of The Dalles, from ne
gotiating certain notes to the amount of
$120,000. Tbe notes were given in tbe
transaction concerning the Columbia River
Fruit company, wliich owna land up Mill
creek. Mr. Foster claims to have been
grossly deceived and wants to plead the
baby act. That most of the land transac
tions of Key. O. D. Taylor, around The
Dalles at least, are of tbe boom character
with little or no present merit, is readily
admitted. The Rev. O. D. Taylor has
much more talent as a boomer of earthly
town lots than as a dealer in gilt-edged real
estate fronting on the avenues of the cold
paved Btreets of the New Jerusalem, is also
admitted freely and fully. Ia fact, from
the earnest, not to say honest, efforts of tbe
reverend gentleman above named, to gather
the golden shekels of the Philistines into
the palm of bis band, while yet a sojourner
in this heavenly footstool, we are forced to
believe that He either does not take stock in
the character of the asphalt in the celesti.i
city, or else expects to settle outside of said
city limits in the long hereafter. Mr. Tay
lor haa a long head, so long, indeed, that
his eyes being in the extreme front thereof,
ipcrate as a sort of telescope anil so have a
tendency to make bim a man of lane views.
Seen through his eyes.a rough shed becomes
a factory, and a sand dune a veritable
mound of verdure. Mr. Foster came to
The Dal.les, and according to his letters
published in tbe Chronicle, took a peep at
Mr. Taylor's property through Mr. Taylor's
eves. He was deceived, so he says; but
then, if looking through Taylor's eyes for a
moment deceived him, as a fellow Christian
why sbould he not feel sorry for Taylor, who
looks through that pair. of eyes all the time.
Taylor isn't to blame because ho ia visionary
all the time any more than Foster is for
having been visionary Ion.; enough to' get
bis name to $120,000 worth of notes. ; Fos
ter ia not entitled to sympatby.for he should
have known better. He sbould have known
that when man who has devoted himself
to the ministry goes into the real estate
business in a boom town, tbe angels weep
while tbe intelligent citizen gets a firm bold
on his money sack and - cottons his ears
against the voice of the siren. "No man
can serve both God and mammon," and had
Foster read the good l ook to any purpose,
he would have known this. . We can add
sincerely that Mr. Taylor has not deceived
anybody. Mr. Taylor can produce at any
time vouchers for his integrity and upright- 1
ness from nearly every minister in Tbe
Dalles, backed up by tbe endorsements of
the deacons and elders. He can show by
letters of leading bankers, lawyers and bus
iness men who now bim intimately, that
he is a gentleman of sound principles, good
character and hue bosiness talent. .Nay,
morel He can show by tbe minutes of lh
Dalles board ot trade that he acted as their
representative in the east, and that they
consider bim a gentleman, a Scholar and
Christian, without guile.and sound in wind
limb and doctrine. .Indeed, the Rsv. O D.
Taylor can show more solid indorsements
from more solid men than Henry Black man
can for collector of internal revenue, and he
claims to have everybody. As a matter of
fact. Mr. Taylor is one of the leading citi
sens of The Dalles, and he has tne docn
ments to prove it. VV bv then should be be
accused of deceit? Mr. Foster is the part
owner of one of the finest fruit possibilities
in Oregon, and be ought to come to the
front and center with his promised dollars
to develop bis own property, it not, why
not? ' :
Homicide Sear Canyon Oity-
A. W. Shaw and his wife lived on Fred
Horsely's ranch east of Canyon City, and on
Friday of last weeek Shaw returned from
John Day. Tbe next morning he was found
dead in his barn in a stall in which a stallion
was tied, by F. W. Gallin, one of the farm
bands, and it was supposed he had been
kicked by the animal and killed. Gallin
called on neighbors, and tbe body was re
moved to the bouse, where an inquest wa
held, the verdict agreeing with the presnmp
tiona stated. Later there was. developed a
state of facts which caused the arrest of
Gallin and Mrs. Snaw, and a reconsidera
tion of the verdict of the coroner s jury was
From the Canyon City Netoe we learn tbe
following particulars ot tbe second inquest
The examination was resumed Monday,
The officers went cat and again searched the
premises. Blood was found it waa also
seen that an attempt had been made to
scrape it oft tbe logs. A piece of the door
frame with blood stains on it was I rought in
by the sheriff. , Also a pair of overalls that
Gallin said were bis own. They bad blood'
stain on them. V. ..
Mrs. Wm. Keller of John Day testified
that last summer while she was visiting at
Shaw's Gallin offered her $10 tj pnsh Al
out ot the wagon into the river while she
waa riding home with im.
Mrs. Shaw declares thst G-tllin never left
tbe house during tbe night, from the time he
came into supper. His statement .agrees
It appears to be the opinion.of all that Mr.
anaw arrived nome some time Between six
and seyen o'jlovk, drove with his cart to
within about twenty yards of tbe house, no
saddled -and turned loose a horse that he
bad led home, then unhitched tbe animal b
had been driving, went inc3 the stable and
took off the harness which he hung np near
the door. How he came -to be in the posi
tion in which he was found next morning is
one ot the unexplained mysteries.
Dr. Ashford made an analysis of the blood
found upon the logs pf the stable and the
door caving, and on the overalls and an old
black hat that was brooght in. In his ex
amination on the witness stand the doctor
pronounced it human blood on the logs and
door, but animal blood on tbe overalls and
hat. ' : '
The coroner's'jury, after mature delibera
tion, rendered a v. rdict in accordance with
the preponderance of testimony; that Mr.
Sbaw bad been murdered, and n commended
that Gallin and Mrs. Shaw be held to await
the action of the grand jury.
A Bold Bobbery.
LeTiston Teller. -Last
Friday morning three men entered
the sto e of Grostein & Binnard, and while
two of them engaged the clerks attention
the other stole ten pairs of pants, and hid
ing them under his overcoat, lftt the store
unobserved. The whole party hastily left
tbe town, but the tbefl was discovered and
Depnty Sheriff Tom Barton was sent to
capture tbe bold robbers. He found them
in Uniontown, with the stolen goods still in
their possession. They, however, were ont
of the state and could not be brought
back without requisition papers. Depnty
Barton held the men till the sheriff of Whit
man county oame, and they are now lodged
in jail at Colfax, awaiting tbe requisite pa
pers. On tbe receipt of the papers the men
will be transferred here and beld to answer
for tbe tbeft. The sheriff reports their
names as Fiank Hart, Thomaa Burke and
Frank Williams. ' They are thought to be
part of an organised gang of thieves that
follow up tbe trade and sbip all stolen goods
to some store on tbe Sound.
The Fire in Huston.
Boston, Mass., March 11 Tbe three
greatest ores in Boston's history, those of
1872, 1889 and 1893. were all rung from
the sam box, 52. No change is warranted
in tbe ' estimates ot tbe less aud in
surance sent out last night. Of the prop
erty loss of $4,550,000, a Utile over $1,
000,000 is on the buildings and tbe le
maioder on the stock. This is covered
by an insurance close to $4,000,000
Firemen searched the ruins all day foi
the dead. Oue additional body was
tound. that of Henry Turner, aged 18,
who was one of the employes of the Ja
auith Rubber Company. Lewis Buck,
aged 19, of the same company, is missing.
Tbe; worked on tbe fifth floor. It is
also believed tuit the bony of Charles
O'Dioroe, traveling salesman forliedpath
Brothers, is in the ruias. A thorough
starch has been made in the hospital and
morgues, but no trace of him can be
found Tbe persons employed by Hor
ace, Partrage & &.. in the building
where the fire started, are all accounted
for. It was generally believed the bod
ies of twelve or fifteen of tliem bad beeu
buried in the ruins.
Where Can He Bet
Medford, Or., March 15 Considera
ble anxiety is felt by the family of A. W.
Clemens, of Talent, this county, as to bis
whereabouts. He left bis home about a
month ago to go to Oakland, Cal., to
consult a physician for cancer ol the
mouth. About a week later his wife re
ceived a letter, which purported to have
been dictated by bim, Riving his address
as 163 E eventb street, Oakland, and say
log that he was receiving medical, treat
ment. Nothing forther has been heard
from him. and when a message of in
qulry was sent today to the add -ess given
above, tbe answer stated that no such
number existed on the street mentioned,
and no knowledge of the missing man
could be obtained It 13 leared by Ins
friends here that he has been tbe victim
ot confidence sharks. His stepson, W
P. H Legate, of ibis city, will leave for
Oakland tomorrow,to make an investiga
tion. Clements bas lived iu Jai:ksou
county for oyer twenty years and bas a
bast of friends and many relatives living
in tbis city. He is a well-to-do farmer
and has traveled very little, which leads
bis friends to believe that be bas been vie
Mure (Smallpox in Clackamas.
Oregon City, March 12 Word was
today received from Clackamas that
there is another case of smallpox, there.
The new patient is Frank Fostera youog
man about 14 years of age, hviog quite
near town. Tbe other cases were out in
the country over a mile south of town
Fears are expressed that the disease may
become epedemic. Confidence has here
tolore been expressed that tbe authorities
would be able to prevent its spread be
yond tbe family of Bi-njaroin Enox,
wnose wife and child were the first to
take tbe disease from his brother John.
The breaking nut ol this Dew case 'n an
Other part ot the community is cooclu
sivc evidence that John Kuox spread the
germs of the disease pietty thoroughly be
fore bo was taken to tbe pest house in
Portland. Mrs. Kuox and her infant
child, who have been sick about two
weeks, have but a mild attack, and are
reported as recovering quite ' rapidly.
Quarantine measures are being B'rictly
enforced, but tbe trouble is that no one
can tell wcere tbe germs were scattered
by Knox before be left town.
Nebraska Cinder Water.
Omaha, March 11 Reports from tbe
North and South Platte country received
at railroad headquarters today sbow that
heavy rains are" playing havocwitb rail
road property along the North 1 Platte,
Sooth P.atte and Loup rivers, bridges
being- torn from their moorings by dntt
log ice gorges damming tbe water si that
tbe tracks are inundated. Some pa
of tbe Burlington & Missouri River an
tbe Union Pacific are already abandone
until tbe waters recede. Thirty bridges
along tbe branches ot the Union Pacific
Burlington and Fremoat, Eikhoro & Mis
souri Valley are either washed away or
undermined so a to make crossings flan
geroos. Oa the Union -'acific the bridges
and approaches ' are sligbt'y damaged
but tbe tratnc of tbe road is out. inter
rupted. Through train service is con
ducted by way of Lincoln and Gran
Island, with comparatively little delay
Tbe damage done by water and ice wi
be repaired by Monday and traffic re
sumed on tbe mam line. -
The Heoate This Week.
Washihgtoh, March 12 Tbe session
of tbe senate tomorrow will probably be
brief and confined mainly , to tbe recep
tion of nominations from the presiden
Within a day or two tol owing tbe com
miners, however, will be appointed an
the body in working order, so far as tbe
business for which it was called together
is concerned. Members of tbe commit
tee on privileges aud elections are already
devoting attention to tbe study of tbe
precedents and law affecting tbe gubern
atorial appoiotmeats of senators from
Wyoming, Mootana and Washington, and
will doubtless be ready to make reports
soon after the credentials are presented
As tbe points invulved are many and the
question itself complex, it is expected
debate will eosue tn tbe senate upon the
presentation of the report of the commit
tee that may occupy several weeks.
Michigan Towns flooded.
Detroit : March 11. The Michigan
Clothing Company's building at Ionia is
flooded and the loss will be quite beay
At Lyons tbe lower part of the town is
flooded to the depth of several feet. Tbe
merchants worked ail night removing
heir goods. Much damage is done to
tbe factories along tbe lace below tho
towo; Tbe approaches to the Chicago
& West Michigan bridge at Zeland art1
ashed away. At Jackson tbe basement
of 10 stores on Maiu street are flooded
Along the Huron the mills are partially
snomerged and men- were up all last
night watching their property to keep it
from fjoatlog away, Tbe east side of
Mount Clemens is flooded and tbe resi
dents began to move early this morcins
Tbe water and elee'ric light are shut otf
Tbe Bailroad Strike.
Toledo, March 13 A. new complexion
ia put on tbe Toledo & Ana Arb ir strike
this morning, by an order issued by tbe
United States-district court at Cleveland
reeling that all connecting roads con
tinue to receive freight from tbe Ann Ar
bor road regardless of tbe fact whether it
handled by non-anion men or not.
Cbief Arthur hurried over from Cleve.
laud to look over tbe si uation. The
order makes it verv awkward for. bim.
If be orders a general refusal by brother
hood men on connecting roads to haul
Ann Arbor freight, be lays himself liable
to bting hauled up lo' contempt rf court
He called tbe beads of the local cooimit-
ee on adjustment together, and after a
long secret coniereoce it was decided to
make overtures to tbe Aon Arbor road
for an adjustment of the differences. A
conference with tbe officials will take
place this afternoon. It is believed tbe
trouble will be settled.
Washed Up by The Waves.
Long Bkasch, N. J., March 13. It
was reported here last nigbt that Joel R.
Wooley, a patrolman attached to life-'
saving station JNo. 4, between Long
Branch and Asbnry Fark, bas found a
pocket book on the beach containing
$45,000. According to tbe story, be waa
patrolling tbe beacb on bis regular tour
of duty early Friday morning wbrn an
nosually beavv wave swept far up on
he sand. As tbe treat wave receded.
Wooley saw something black rolling
over and over with , tbe . shifting sand.
He picked it ur and fonnd it to be an
old and fat leather wallet; opening it, be J
discovert d a roll of bills which made his
eyes bulge out. The money was princi
pally in $100 and $50 bills, although
Ihere weie some of smaller denomina
tions. . In commenting ou his alleged
good fortune, peop'e rcctll tbe pt-coiiar
actum ot Harry Tirell, the variety ac'oi.
who nwued a house in Asoury Park and
lived mere last summer tietnre hi" mind
gave way and he waa taken to B'oom
ingdale asylum. New York, hopelessly
demented. Tvrell was known to have
a great deal ot money in bis possession,
which mysteriously disapoeared. He
was caught one day burying a roll of
oitls in the ground near his home, anil
seemed to have a maoia tor secreting
money in this way. It was believed that
be buried large sums of money of which
no trace could ever be fouud .
A ihatly Discovery.
Abiqtjiu, N M., March 13 A party
prbspe tiug la tbe old Spa lab copper
canyon came npon tbe skeletons of forty
three soldiers in Devil's gulch. A com
pany has been missing trom Fort Mar;
ever since the Apache raid, on Espaoola.
September 9, 1879. It was supposed
they were slaughtered by Indians, not one
ever having returned. It seems, how
ever, that all bad died trom drinking
from poisonous spriDgs, wbere tbe allele
toos had lain bleuching ever since. Toe
skeletons of some were still encased in
uniforms, and the guns were s'acked as
tbey had left them. A lot ol ammunition
and tbe skeletons ot forty five horses con
stituted the ghastly discovery.
Ice taoree K:oods the City of Mehenee-rciud-.
Scekectdat, N. Y., March 13 Last
sight ice in the Mobawk gorged against
tbe Fitchburg rsilroad bridge, and
flooded that part of the city occupied by
the WestingbouscJ and General Electric
Companies. The first floors ot tbe Edi
son Company, aggregating sixteen seres,
are under three feet ot water. Four hou
sand men are made idle by tbe shutting
down of tlitse plants.
It is reported that tbe damage to the
General , Electric Company's works is
Shot In the Court.
Nashville, Tenn., March 13 In the
criminal courtroom today Tom Jones shot
and mortally wounded Joe Winters, who was
on trial for the murder of Jones' father. Two
shots intended for Winters struck John
Thorp in the throat and shoulders, seriously
if not fatally wounding him. Vinters and a
brother went to the Hermitage tollgate at
midnight some two months ago, and, calling
Jones' lather to the door, shot bim dead
The Winters were being tried today, and
being desperadoes bad their gang here to
back them. The quarrel was forced on
young Jones by Winters, who tried to "bluff
him from testifying. 1 he court was in ses
sion at the time, and Jones gave himself up to
fudge Anderson. Three bullets struck Win
ters. The greatest excitement prevails.
Ameer OlJjectn to Interference
Calcutta, March 13 The ameer of Af
ghanistan bas written to the viceroy of India
that he will not meet Lord Roberts to conler
with him as to the trouble . among the tribes
on the frontier. . The ameer claims for him
self the right to dea 1 with these tribes accord
ing to the sacred laws of his people, and ob
jects to all interference from the outside. He
says that the arming of the Afghans is in
tended to meet an attack from either Kngland
or Russia. He professes special friendship
for England and readiness to co-operate with
her in any feasible plan lor preserving the in
tegrity of the northwestern frontier. The At
ghans are greatly excited by tbe rumor of a
coming attack by the British.
A Prairie Fire staging- .
, Plainvxlle, Kan., March 13 A prai
rie fire started yesterday In Western
Books connty.i and has s pread several
miles wide. I: bas swept before a fan
ous gale, acroes Rooks and into lis
county, destroying everything before it
Tbe town of Palco bas bren wiped out,
except tbree builuings. Farmer oyives
ter Scannell was caught in the fire and
burned so badly be will die. Farmer
Oscar Lilly waa also seriously burned.
Fire at l,ynn. Mass.
Lynn, Mass., March 13 Tbe five story
brick block owned by the Central Invest'
meot Company, composed of Lyon cap
italists, was practically gutted by fire
early this moraine. Tbe loss ' on tbe
buildings is $20,000. Tbe Lynn Ccle
Co, on the. ground floor lost $10,000;
M. Flynn, shoe manuiacturer, who re-
cupied tbe other four stories, will lose
$60,000. The occupants of the adjoining
nve story brick building en Iter losses by
- Was Tortured by Barxlars.
Bubksvllle, Ey , March 13 Saturday
night robbers entered tbe bouse of Tboa.
Bryant, on Leather wood creek, knowing
be kept bis savings in tbe house. Tbey
gauged the faculty, and tori u red Bryant
by burning bim with tint stones. The
finally put his feet in fire. He tben re
vealed the hiding place of. $1800, which
they secured and escaped 00 horses
ttolen trom Bryant's stable.' Bryant will
die. ' ' '
Newspaper aiem Are All Blcbt.
Washington, Marchl8 No nomina
tions received by the senate from tbe
To tbe deputation of congressmen wbo
waited on b:m today to make inquiries
on tbe subject, President Cleveland said
tbe report about bis decigj not to ap
point newspaper men to office was erron
eous. He bad no intention to discrimi
nate against newspaper men.
flish Water at Oraod Rap'da.
Grand Rapids, Micb., March 13 The
Grand river is. higher than before siuie
the great freshet of 1883. The tern
porary structure partly supporting the
CbiC'igo & West Michigan railroad
bridge caught tbe ice and ' debris, and
formed a dam, backing .up the water.
Maoy factories along tbe river bave shut
down. ' Families ere obliged to move to
tbe second stories ot their houses.
Drowned Body Bcovrert.
Tacoma, Wash., March 13 The body of
a man, which proved to be that of Nicholas
Smith, of Seattle, was found in the Snoho
mish river, opposite Everett, Sunday nicht,
It is supposed amith fell off the dock while
under the influence of liquor. An inquest
was beld this afternoon, and a verdict of ac
cidental drowning was relumed. The de
ceased was employed at the Sumner iron
works.- He leaves a wile in beattle.
Another Highbinder War,
San Fkancimxi, March 13 The high'
binder war bas iirokeo out afresh. This
morning Buck Chw, a Chinese laborer.
was shot live times aod killed by Si Gym
a highbirider.v The murderer has been
Highest Water Mlne 1883.
Albany, N. Y., M'rch 13 The
freshet in. the Hudson river is the high
est since 1883 . Tho lower part of the
city is uoder water.
street -cars are blocked.
Snow Storm at Bt. Paul.
St. Paul. March 13 Snow fell last
isht, covering the ground. There was
considerable wind during tbe night, but
the suow did not drift enough to inter
fere with traffic.
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BY virtue of mi order d'lly m tdf, rentier t and
tnt red O i th- 2-Hh day of February, ls9S, Uy
the Honorable Cir ui' Curt f the Sta e ol oreff'iu
f.r Waoo county, authnriunir ui.d direction the un
derailed, ftMjiiTKe of the estate of P. T. Sharp, an
inao vent debtor, to 8:11 the real property belonging
to said estate, I will on
Monday, the 31 day of April, 1S93,
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the front
door 'of tho 0unty Courc House in Dalles City,
Wasco county, Oregon, b 11 at public auction, all of
the f'diowin ueachbed tracts of tan I an I pre nines,
be tinging to the ebtate of add insolvent debtor, 10
wit: The nurtheaat quarter of the southwes quarter,
and the south hut of the souMwe-t quarter ot sec
tion 12, and tha northeast quarter of the northwest
quarter of section 13, ir. township 1 norrh f mnge
13 cast, W M, contaimny; 1 60 acres; nd fractional
lot- 3 and 4 of the north hair of the northern, quar
ter of action 12, in township 1 north nf range 13
east, W M, containing 18 and 81-100 acres; aio a
fractio al ptrt of the northwest quarter oi the rorth
wesc quarter of sec ion 13. township 1 north of ranee
13 e&it, W M, containing 25 acres; also the wrst h alf
of the northwest quarter of section 7, tow.iship 1
north of iane 14 ea-t, V M, comaiuing 107 aud 20
100 acres; also the north half of the southeast quar
ter, and the south hall of the norrheart quarter of
section 12, township 1 north of rnnxe 13 east, W M
containing 160 acres; co tuining in all 471 and 4 100
aore- of land, and all siruate 1 in Was rounty,
ureiron, tog thee with all a d singula-the tene
ments, hereditaments aud ppurte nances thereunto
belonging and appertaining.
Said sle will be marie tor caflh in hand, and said
lanus and premises will be sold subject to the hen of
two c-rtaiu mortgages, one given to the Bond of
Commissioners for tbe sale of school and univer ity
ands, which said mortgage is recorded in book "P
at page 2i8 therecf, of Records of Alortiragea for
WoCu county, Oregon, and was Liven to aecu e the
pawent of t e sum of 5000 and interest, and the
other tuortzage given to William Floyd, to secure
the payment of tha sum of &75 and interest, whic'i
said niorgae is recorded in book 'K' at page 3S6
therco , of Records cf Mortgage for said co'inty,
aud which said mortgages are hereby referred to.
J. W CONDON,
Assignee of the estate of P. T. Sharp, an intolvent
The Dalles, Ore.', March 4, 1893.
AdmMMrix'Mceof Final Account.
NO 'ICE is hereby given that tlie undersigned,
admini trairix nf tne csta e nf harles E Dun
ham, defeased, has filed her final account with said
ete; that by order of Hon. George C Bl- keley.
County Judge, duh made March 9. 189 , Monday,
May 1, 18M3, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of mitt
day, at the county oiurt room in tbe county court
house at DaUes City, Warco county, Oregon, bas
been appointed as a time and place for tbe examina
tion of suid fin J account, and the hearing of any ob
je tios thereto.
All persons interested in said estate an required
to app- ar at said time aDd place acd show cause, if
any exNt, whtr eaid accoutit .houid not be allowed
and said administratrix discharged, as pr-yed for in
Dalles City. Oregon, March 9. 189a
LID t DUNHAM,
Administratrix ef the cstaU. of Cbaries E. Dun
ham deceased. . mchll-5t
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Offics at Tbs Dlles, Oreook,
March 10, 1H93.
Notice is nerebv given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of bis intention to make final
proof in support ot bie claim and that s-ttd proof
will be made before tbe register and receiver at Tbe
Dalies, or., on Tuesday, April 10, 18SB, via:
- HORATIO FAKOHER,
Heir of Fred. D. Far her, deceased, of Nanaene, io
pre-emp lot D. S. ko 5546, for the Nw'4 of Sec 28.
Ip i 8, B 14 , W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said
John Murriy, Robert Harris. Ed Helm, Ninseue,
Oregon: J. at. Hotn, Kingsinv, uiegon.
. mcbll HiHN W LEWIS, Register.
NOTICE FCR PUBLICATION.
Laud Offics at tan Dallks, Oregon,
March 10. 1883.
Notice is Kerebv given that the following-named
SHttler h is filed notice of bis intention to commute
and make final proof in support of ms claim, and
tLa said proof will be made before the KegUtor and
Kecelver of ti e u. b. land omce at una Dalles, or.
on April 24, 1803, viz:
.:.;' HO BEET L. McINTOSH,
Homestead application No. 4272, for tbe N WJ of Sec
28. To 1 K. K 13 t.. W M
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upou and cultivation of said
X M Morgan, R. G. Brooks, Alex. Fraser. O. S.
Morgan, all of Ihe Dalles, Oregon.
mchll , JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
NOTICE -FOR PUBLICATION.
' , Land Offics at Vakoootbr, Wash.,
Feb. 20. 1893.
To Daniel O-mer and all whom it may concern:
Notice ia Hereby given that the followiiig-nmed
settler bas filed notice of his int. ntion to make final
pro f in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made btfore W. R. Dunbar Commissioner
United States Circuit Court for district f Washing
ton, at Uoldendale. Washington, on May 2d, 1893,
D0MINQ03 A. LEONARDO,
Hcmesfcnd Application No. 6J80, tor the NW qr. See
2. Tp 2 N, R 14 K, W M.
Ue uames tbe following witnossea to prove his
coutinuoua residence upon and cultivation of said
Loughlia O'Brien,' John T Lucas, Henry F. Brune,
Mrion D. Bunnell, ail of Centerville Postodice,
feb24 JOHN D. GEOGHEGAN, Register.
NOTICE is hereby given that the underaitmed has
been, by an order of the Conn y Court of
Wasco county. Orejron, a p inted executor of the
etateof Pul 'Hinderson deceased. Therefore, all
pat es holding ciaimn against said estate are hereby
notifii-d t- present them to me t the office of J L
Story, Dalles City, Waco county, Oregon, within
six months sifter d e or this notice; and all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate are
hereby notified to come forward and pay the tame.
KDWAKD HlNliEKSON, Executor.
The Dalles, Fb. 24, 1S93.
' Uhitzd Statcs Lixd Offics.
The Dalles, Oregon, January 17, 1893.
Complaint having been entered at this office by
Joseph . E. am us against Henry 8. Rector, for
abandoning his Homestead Entr. No. 4445. dated
Juue 9th,189 , upon tbe aoutb ha'f of the northwest
quarter, section sz, iownsmp l aoutD, Kange 10
east, in Wasco county, Oregon, with a vi-w to the
cancellation of said entry; the said parties are here
by summoned to appear at this office on the 22d day
of March, 1'93, aflO o'clock A. M , to respond and
furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandon
febll . .- JOHN W. LEWIS. Register.
Proposals for Bids.
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20. 183, for the auperatiucure of a piopoaei dwell
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TJ11 1ciirji,Ii:a- Jifid Iinliiliiior-,
Has always ou hand a new and complete line of Uidertaking Gooda. Partio
nlar attention given to embalniin? and taking caro of the dead.'
PRICES LOW AS THE LOWEST.
PICTUKES FRAMED TO ORDER
Snuthwest Ccirripr of Third and VViliiiiKtoD streets, THE DALLES, OB
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J. P. MclJNEEHT.
DEALEIl I IN-
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c.
Agent for the liuttenck Fatteros; also for the Hall Bazaar Dress Forms.
NEPTDNE SHAVING PARLOKS AND BATH ROOMS
HO Front Htreei. The! Dalles. Oregon.
FIJAZ' It aV W YM)H A Jvl. l'fopriotorH.
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at " '.7'
I 7 J RSFOR SHLE
KJIXLl UI U11V1UUV 7 UVJVL T JJLU11
TP. IL.EM li. K, ' Proprietor. ,
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS.
ALL KINDS OF BOTTLED BEER.
COLUMBIA BREWERY BEER ON DRAUGHT.
SECOND STREET, BElVtEEN UNION AND COURT
TH! DALLES v OHEGO
THE GERMAN I A,
STUBLING & WILLIAMS, PROPS.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
All brands ot Imported Liquor?, Ala and Porter,
aod Genuine Key West Cigar.. A full line of
CALIFORNIA : WINES
ssmm liquor. trOiuflaoiA orewory Deer ou draught.
86 Secondjtreet, ( IIIK DALLES, Oil.
The Perfect Ipn of Hand -made Sour Mash Bourbon.
Fr h, i i I
1,4 . i- --
PURE AKD MATURED.
INVALUABLE, TO THE
DOCTOR, THE INVALID,
AND THE GOOD LIVER.
& SHERWOOD, Distributing Agents.
. 212 Market St.. Portland, .' 24 N. Front Si. .
, .Eaoceaaora to sirs. U. E. Duoham,
Corner of Union and Second Streets, The Dalles, Oregon.
Fine Toilet Soip, Brashes, Combs, Perfumery, Etc.
L quors for Medicinal Purposes.
rl V'-'ieiixrisi'' PresenpTionH ti Sporinlty.
Portland, Oregon. A. P.
Established In 188ft. A lire, practical school, favorably known throaghont the Paelfle Northwest.
DEPARTMENTS: Bualnaaa, Shorthand, Typewriting, Panmanahip, Enallah.
Open all the year; no vacations, no term beginnings.. Students admitted at any time. Catalogue fr.
Price of Queen AntJ h.i-.. 7 Z 7J.nt' BT rendeiin ita future trrowiu an utter imiiombiiity
lUXZ rSCiz A"!H,rtr Per bottle, sent In safety malllnc boxes noataee nald by us (secnrelj
Mled from ob.rior "zl- Paraoisia, sent in safety malllnc boxes
OMdiirtSfJIJi.SJ'- 8nd "'' or stamps by letter with full add!
MnSunT wl?nfld,'.Btl?t . This advertisement Is honest and slral
EST?.' B!JiS2?..Mftf r'h2.r?. Tnwlll flndeverylh.n,r .
resnvter , i.r.i-.T.' i o!L7 i"1 "a saoestrwt,c nc KNSThu.
ZFtiltJ Vl TL-lt.n:J f"?' fflce to lns'1" U safe delivery. We will pay aOO for any case
or failure or sllchtest Injury to anr purchaser. Every bottle guaranteed.
SPFnHH",i?!,.lc who ln,rdtiee m ..11 amonc their friends Bottles of Qnseal Antlialrlne.
SmmVmmm!XB.vrntTlxhmBII-KOBiEaa-"TTdlibomt ailk Extra Vnrtie Bottle and samples
oi sua to saleot from Hat with ordar. Oood Salary or Cenuniasloa to Ag.ule,
IV. L. DOUGLAS
iU$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
a seweu snoe urn wui not np; vja.11,
seamless, smooth inside, more comfortable,
stylish and durable than any other shoe ever
sold at the price. Every style. Equals custom
made shoes costing from f4 to $5. l
Tbe followins; are of the same high standard oi
S4.00 and 9g.o Fine Calf. Hand-Sewed.
S3. SO rohce, Fa.-mer and letter-earners.
tJ.go, Sa.as and $1.00 for Working Men.
2.oo and H.7S lor Youtns ana Boys.
.00 Hana-bewea. . FOR
i.ga and a.oo Dongola, t LAU1ES,
$1.75 for Misses.
IT IS A Duti yon owe yooraalf
to cat u Den wsuna lor yonr
goonay. cjcxaBDnun m yonr
wotaisi oy pnmnasnnr w.
aj. uooiaa Booss, wmoa
raprastent tnet best value
at tne pnoea aavartlaea
as tnouannas oen tes-
tuy. 00 yoo wear
THE DALLES, OREGON
n I 'r n aiioa
AKD COURT STS.,
HT $1.50 HND UP.
strictly pure, for meolciiuU pur-
Io oompoundlns; a solution a pan Has nii l"fnUy aniiird on th. hand
and on waahln. alrw.rd IfTC diK.-..red illlX ,K "lfa
Plelely removed. e al once put mi. wonderful )renaratlon7on Ibe
market and so great baa been tbe demand that e are 110W Introd iirlnl
It tbroughoul Qie world under tbe name ol Uuhd'i Antl-Iialrina:
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND
. .v . ,w,':-EANYCHILDCANUSeiT.
lay the hair over and apply tbe mixture for a few minufea. and trie
nairdhiappearssaif by ni.glc-wiibout tbesligbteslpalnorluiur' wbrn
applied or ever afterward. It launllke any other preparation ever uard
form like purpose. Tbouaands of LADIFK. ho bave been annoyed
with hair on their FACE, NKCK and ARMS attest ita merits.
ULNTLENEN who do not appreciates beard or hair on their nerk.
and a priceless boon In Queen's Antl-Hnlrlnewbirb. doi-s ay
boxes, poatna-e paid by us (securely
r with lull addrm written plan
rem written plainly, twnv
Is honest and strait bt forward In every word li
ted. Put this out and