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Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - May 27, 1886, Portland, Oregon a matte l forks and fit nt j lower than krL to clear nori i will do it Twenty-Second aisI DO pro j A cf Ailments iei Congress I I at For State Printer ot iw i j An Interesting Discussion of the Question INGALLS THE MEASURE A by the it Calls oc the Washington DISTRICT Attorn J T c II m of cU 33 NOS 500.210 u f J i PORTLAND OREGON 0 LS COUNTY TICKET j i J B KELLY i THE BEAT OVERLAND BOOH r Line to ft the Rat PAl L and E Can tim O To K T J B KELLY JOHNSON SIDNEY DELL B KILLEN A S BENNETT D W TAYLOR JOHN CATLINi I W JR T SMITH A EGBERTS COSTELLO WILSON For Justice Gates THAT northern a a chano On Democratic parry will address va M 8 F OUST M or pun M aw In And e Pont fKE 4 p MI as a A May 20 1 p M Monday Stay 31 P Mj June 1st Jane 2d 2 p y June Jd 1 30 P M A Ol THE P PE and W T ONLY ROUTE TO THE ndM ciin be tar aa Ata foot LID tbe Ewe arrival at 1020 A U cil Bluffs wiU aaa western Fa State i of Public Printer i I DISTRICT i of combined with To B Stall Aill land dally i COUNTY T A STEEL i f WILSON I I Ol Me ELLEN WM I S B MACKAY B i H w COBBETT t J T A JORDAN i i n SANDERS HAROLD uim j VIA Pipe Patent made Suund High Pipe Drain Pipe Stmer Pipe Pipe Steam etc Stoet aad Steel I FOR WATER good in can bp to cu i auy lii Is thau Iron wiJl nit color cr not affected or tin In the witter la easy to lap et and best and As wa er conductor without our p pe to d ive IB the cheapest at d pipe In tie mar tet AS A PIPE for It no aa a p column 6 Binder heavy roake tb R pipe when required a bead of feet rr pounds to tiie aqua re Inch Us taan Wood pipe IB known th be pound ard aiter tiding In sun-ice of in i-O ana all other api to complete a EUB water lem in hand lence nolle for price Int and THE SOUND IT ami This Institution In lii al iU and ii to It tho jr diet a Is nia to t realm jut if by c of GAS now for ni Neuralgia and 1 the arc i for pat ents other Hum the pi al 13 aud e take coarse of Electric or li or fiss The elegantly d up an t are etl both a and 2 by lug from ajd Malarial are ly 14 Inspect iu i H 8 WOOD T Hospital Uo aiala Destroys Morbid KLIs A Morbid Health and Happiness For si le by all a nil Wine KOHN Age its Front st Or AGO J I T PATENT FLUID 1 OFKKRS Tl K Baker's AA Cabtor Oil Cold Pressed Castor Oil Castor chine Extra Winter Lard Oi Extra No 1 Lard Oil Heavy Harvesting Mach ie Oi j Mineral Oil Columbia Oil oil Extra Heavy Spindle Oil XX Journal Oil Pure West Virginia Oil cold Extra gate Oil Dogfish Oil Cylinder O I etc OUfi OILS To tbe Trade and cnn be OUR not We carry arrest Stock of D M on the Pacific Coast IN TJ SUlf BY KELLY co WASH with ColU JAKES LAIDLAW CO Front Portland Or r to consideration uills on calendar At Bankrupt y was iire tho i- t iil cen read be Isid in order late up Ae l for tirn of is lands This having been the laiter bB wan Uksn up b air to which Hi had no loft was to that in eate it lund the i bii 1 un Later tod tbat ca a Un lands o sn i to in ue hv thu j frr ol the i in in tu tho bfl ul fnr Montana ucd B Die Chinese biu was up the was tiii lo meaning ilia j Mil en i ex- Star i AND tabor Union A I CO nt 81 Or i K iim ii er a J ex- as to wl 4 bad been eome 1 ur nti plo M to the t I nest Held and 1 hail ilw thd K Sherman replied j or wo nnn wou e men SI har enough 01 d amend tUla he would KM iis a blotch on onr aimed at were and to a obtain race which raa of thi labor Hat to ie made lust ii on lit tiere lliB part is for the of ibf ad ic would be re- rith i 11 uw OL Ills i without op The matter d to con d but had Ibe en of a airs on die coaul Sherman sild mm come to the thai it wan teet and ror ns not to oar doore o a ryes d from in of He did It w s a ol and regarding wfr would M be cove ed bJl lad and 00117 Jean N PERFECT EMADE to or BAKING CO i ST Bleeding from Lungs or from cause is can ibd ires Wounds Sprains and Bruises It cleansing and la moat efficacious for this ji ease in tlie Onr la specially prepared to meet cases Our sal i io and Ko preparation has mora easel of these distressing complaints than tbe Our Planter it Lumbago or BlOo I Dbh Sore tlxtract promptly Delay ia Oi Blind Bleeding or Itching It I Cat Sa 0 known remedy rapidly other have failed is of great service when Ere ken Breast and Sore us ad Th B Extract will never be without It Oar b tho best emollient tbat applied female d tio Extract can be known witli tbo Full each CAUTION nd's Extract Ss Pond's blown in Olid our picture cm wrapper la Take UQ in is in or by d Prices 81.75 only POND'S EXTRACT CO YORK Lie IFar that hoe Traveller alls opposed ue He criticised tlie er in which i been up In th i uf time id attempted to be ra The Irom naid bad accused the from oj matil g tbat hj was Don to fight a ibe senator r om Ohio hioi a Sancho Paaza He led that tie waa a toM civ tlon I Teller in sonje on re- marha a to that cs tae Irum imitated 1 the which Ilia Of this way I Teller said he i would to cate the Benator added Teller as 14 Ue way iui the a method of clash nc abou lhat it Is i to locate tlm Teller paid rf ibe from Kansas supposed hat the of this till were afraid to it he d d not understand tbe r temper was no lo can Ever on Us which vas to exclude such as the pie to the Wf fare of was to ie compelled 009 of Af la ice who coul 1 be oa our shares We told i iat of demandel tbe I ere of tbat tLe cause of rt quired tbat our oivi starve In make for men would have f either homes nor wiven nor children Hie jud of our men wUo Teller that was less loyal to great pies of freedom tbe f rom or from Sberman that he cabled up the it to have it passed aa as He it the if of the of tie was lo a cay and senate j HOUSE Ma free ship the order for the day but friends of Eg way for the oleomargarine I ill -11 order wis mado a con- one and will be called up aMLe opportunity ot reported that tbe con- fortes -on had betn jut able to agree and a further was a lew parliamentary the vent ol tte whole om the ne and general lebate upon the Hatch of In a formal sent to the and hac the following tele- received by biro from A test If of the hoani of tirade the directors uai ed More to Ho v After debate on Uie oleomargarine be house -t 5EW8 Tin plaits 01 II V lie Hellion I- tlm liuK H hi mill ira In 1 f i- rs i tMr In Mil -U Tti t t n Met H o lit BROS n Ml Ad NOTES May ell a ay ibr relief of tbe legal representatives uf J hu introduced a for relief of tbe of y Hammer presented memorials to-day Trout Arity of Ibe in Oregon the passage of tbe Weaver This provides for non- coin ed and soldiers and the c between tl eva ue iu in winch tbe were paid and coin at different if a petition from sold fra in Oregon for the of the law ended by tbn tbe jf the Jruid Army oj tba Slay re- from committet on ing to bring suit lathe court of ibe cf or bu agal or whether the awaji the United in tie claim was bp fraud and to recover any part ot It IT HIP Irand the I of Mexico from furt ier payment lo be ujrtent that the same la declared and to to Mexico any that may be i aud that in custody of the -t Dot It tht stati during pendency of irom any a mei to agricultural re- all n purchased Jie the to tbe domestic and Hat in diffusion or r Or other lie made during tbo uf ibe aud BO i iLi r anl the of Uie act I Jl HU V itsy In- n tile lo Hw vul export a drawback oa articles used m cans mi PM grown United States i Dd with THE TRIAL Tells Story on tlie ELABORATED lift braidy of as it to tobacco its Ice will those of measure which is tow the rV battles corks ci bottle when usec for the ex- of beer brandy ft o ii ur and on cans ma nizi exceeding 711 of the whole tilled w th products grown or produced m he shall a of d jty to paid fruita j baer canned ic he Unite 1 Situs with in polled sugar ob which cuts his I paid sba 1 afi the cf the n have to them pale sugar MI I EKB CALLS OB THE Main Washington special key Henry Vard at thM Wh te horse to-day the some HMi came down the laiding library bis face was a ly P has it to 3 wants Ijim June wUl be by Beecber as a n of j his Be vices during presidential A 1 this la only a aurata u hef L w house was the one at bit son whose Is pending the senate j AN K May Ecw be Ktt on and How they Jo Et liniB-iThe Fatal Chloroform Ew ft Ma j counsel for if D II e case commenced his to-day He stated ed tn them with the fact nt to his death hi to disclose to the ly nil tbf attending it After wh ua rat and the closeness of 1 elf he stated 1 to lhat Preller was i K us el ind Ibat defendant was St If hri but Profiler tiatun of his ailment to be and should ii m T ibe he bo i iU loo arme 1 and leata re- I e t tLe dotl from his friend's to him lee t? id prove that Freller had promised jay bin Auckland not been the motive for was at am l IT T f speech was his client's actions ills trie and Dali of me joast survey addressed the committee on n of Ire rig at of fbU territorial fora with ownership o the Alaska ithe proposition takia thd a majority cf inhabitant word ns and ct educated He however privilege ft ow ning THE At the ed parsons the seer of state I ect c tly 1 to the Hnl ted States at St and Teberan for tlon m to arrested iu oj journey On a tnc Aa answer has been received from the tuin ifer at Teheran that Elevens isa But jb and Is not allowed to po through Alt and that he is n on way to special A mo has at last jeen in tie direction nf Judge Hagers Senator Dolph who in the sub- n having the in charge re- it to the to-day it a strong presumption will ia turn report U favorably to the If this be done there It do wtt speedily follow WILI May The committee on ci inage and measures agreed in favorably tbe resolution ty Adams cf Illinois the H the treasury to furnish Ito the house n of all tae suma expended liv tl miote and offices rom the fi by tbe revised tbe year pi ei tut time AS May on the Ehippiog reached an agreement In- day tn measure The house Inserted by the and made m tlie was Intended tfl correct error Mr Ding ley will the re- sult of Jie to SJay The president has an executive order all oo he Slat Mat to lenable to nate In decoration ot the graves of who fell during tlie rebellion ENCK Miy Senator Dolph's Lee was robbed The stolen consist of t d watch a pair ef diamond tur and pocketbook containing a Him of al B to be by tlie plg ii Bough 1 John IS in o tho U s city Is in of ner instructions aLd froni the central coust olid at San It Is be- will rest It U the increased lie T ie princ pal Is In tbe n of nag with a t lack square n the center to be a signal ard in ad- ult will oe displayed a larre Hag ing IE horizontal black stripe and white position will the tht wind be wuen there is a o miles an hour i Tbo direction a square of two stripes one and ope v 1 ite it is nei er displayed except With tbe signal and indicates quarter iron which thj dangerous wind U expected Fo r his se Uie compass is i vie ea NK SL anc NW Una signal is displayed a few feet or be- low the ary and is WE Kor tae KE the is ar- rar ged downward black white Hag above the Hag SE tlie white stripe the black snips Sag above the flog the NW rait the nag the black white stripe Tae SW is tie signal above the black strips It will t e observed that the direction flag j h the Hag for easterly below westerly and lhat tLe black stribe is above It white for norther y winds for M ulier y if the signal ia hoisted ove il tbat tile direction from which if wind may come has if it been l signal i the I ilu s to be of f re during the It will n br when i is Wowing i at a n illinium twenty intles an hoar Ii B a lldg of smaller two black e 3 arranged l ares nl like j other at -1 M tint is black aad white tirn is to tlie service iss W cud an i in ii g made with lhat end in view j Slay I BOSTON May as ibu I tilar i ana pro rour bone UM Dr a of anu ri- s tfl witch was i contained in made a few days ago tf 1 OH rEK t placed on the stand He o feeling though there nas ot nervousness both iu his i was a rustle through IB court ronni sett the in a brief speech quiet m the audience n ss lo questions by Leroy stated ir My full name is Hugh M Brobks lama was born LI Hide I to Mudy BiOi at near Hyde n snd tore four years I am a liy I also studied medicine ttd surgery at tho school at ter but I uni not a licensed physician I firat Prater al hotel at did uot get aca minted with him until 1 let bijn on boarc steamer uiet Wairen rh the steamer Mr Preller I wne both coming to a apd o acq ripened into Kitui friendship much about onr m tie future and onr 151 continued after our in Its We reached Boston three or four days Preller on a 1 trip I a conversation with Preller about going tn to meet hi SL Louis Und go there together I told him him in a letter all toR I treated several in loston and by letter he received decided benefit the He new that 1 never had I used any this he he tried to pawn tilings came drug store and bis W ntb FerBon hia of various articles uf liim and carbolic acid in he used himself in treating a bad tco h that troubled him tbat teller arrived on the Riday prior to Easter f they to try to sell lile magic ajd slit es and various other which took place between Friday Sunday all of are familiar to nearly Che coart too J a j j fKE S i After recess tie of defendant WJB Wr Preller and L he said made two trips the Southern Lutel and Uni leper where we attempted l o discover tbe of the detention of my Hink which ue lantern and were by the that It was ably detained Ji Pqrt Canada We also an optician in 1 he would t and when they should arrive Mr Preller arrived m SL flown Co we saw a great We were as former Meses have eta ed inseparable We his I roop i times out when we riere Oot the city or our time In my room We pop a great deal and whenever tie lev K gane for it We about eve n expenses were equally l We but not much He for of the drinks Preller was tol call at inr roou early In the we lo breakfast together return to convorse and smoke for a then so to the rotunda On Easter Sunday before I to the drag store and I had about the tace o tae alluded to ami Sunday Mr Preller to nel is and I concluded lie was that the of him passing a I tooi vj on medicine ud retd Mr J directions as to the id of chloroform and m own to tho precautions to 00 used Thi re notes nn the pages the safest method of kill some twelve I Jelt After tiit with Mr I to a anil purchased four ounces M chloroform of C-D ths saLia iay and I had cone o another the Southern which he we must and could probably not get Ja out to Auckland before we should arrive at Sui It had been under- 1 bod a 1 UID that I was to sell my magic In ultra and rome other things in Ip get some the trip to San aid he ana to pay for my to vadi tw that I Mould tri bfm tje cost of that passage While ja I ordered and drank a mixture lof of potassium and fa my nerves I drank Ills in Mr Preller and he paid lor it as he did Eur rt turned to the hotel and on ur way stopped in a cigar si and and a cigars for which i We llep wett lip stain and after smoking a proposed operation V r Preller went to ma room returning after his waistcoat and replaced began to make tkins for the operation removed his drawee an i lay down upon tbe ted I placed tbe lour bottle of chloro- MID on Mie and poured out a gramme oj Ae ot a piece of lint which I Hen walked to the bed a od held the lint Ks inches from my 10 he from the chloro- 13 m misec with air and produce not top v eject It all evaporated In a an I I turned around to get more v lien I found th it -ie hot le which I had placed nil The wash stand bad fal en Into the basin and a portion cf had Bowed oat nol f sh left to produce Iben to drug store to get I Led spilled what I bad I four ounces but be only to my I laced about a of the on lint ite and held It his Bute I this 1 Ihrr jbt or ratter bad teen reached I toen uok up to insert Mr wincing as be felt pain I came to the tnat I had not a sufficient chloroform and I poured a gramme or s gramme and a half of chloroform upon the Hot I again placed before his face A fore knew II Mr breathing became very labored and I at once suspended the of chloroform for I that Tile condition was I seized a pair of toy Swlglon's scissors and at cut bin Shirt undershirt from his body and tried ail with which I was I him with wet towels on the neck daubed cold water on his chest and At- tempted to restore respiration by morion his arms up and down i CEASED TO Witness proceeded with a voice impressively 1 continued these efforts to revive fi for over half an hour but it was useless after my friend lo his heart stopped beating was uo breath on my ear I held to lips Kven afler I waa satisfied he was deal I efforts I did not call assistance my efforts were to lim because when chloroform takes ho d and he inks in a few seconds mnn dead The time I thought had ba occupied in efforts to restore I wie convinced that was dead I to dash oa client I finally decided he was dead and linpe Then 1 hardly knew what to do was to notify tbe my feelings I did not know what lo no 1 was m a 1 did not know a maUi a in his own behal 1 the Fame rules prevailed here as ta aud that I would not be to statement and thought I would go proceeded to tell the etory of he in a trunk ia a wild and dazed knowing what he did ing thai he was eo wrought up that he couM Sim nn connected account of his subsequent anil doings He tried to drown hia in drink that lie concluded the only thing to do was to get away that he took money SMO or purchased a number a railway ticket to San cist o i laced Uie paper reading So perish all 10 tlie great in the trunk man and shaved oS his mustache authorities till after the autopsy arid gam time he also cut a gash nn breast with a scalpel but could assign no reason for it Hn firmly tbat he bad no intention of The rest of the testimony wna liken up with his subsequent journeyings till to-morrow BOIES j FROM i i May will recommend that the powers blockade on Greek sorts and withdraw U reign fleet from bay i has gone to Balmoral I circular calling a meeting of Thursday evening Invites to tie i ail members of the party who maiming full freedom in all re- the Irish government are desirous in vole tci establish a legislative body in DubLa t n and stated that Chamberlain will rot attend the liberal meeting on tio ground that Mr Gladstone's circular is as to exclude a certain section of tbe party Thunder storms have been raging In Germany for days Many persons anif hundreds rf been killed say that the Chinese Otherwise tbe Thibetans I allow lite party to enter their territory IKK CZAB AT MOSCOW May The czar and czarina were welcomed wilh great pomp and ceremony at the Kremlin to-day on return fron Livadia An address of greeting was delivered the governor ot Moscow who used the Your imperial majesties are welcomed Hope gains wings aad steadfastly that will soon shine at Sophia The czar In bis said tie loved and rejoiced to be in cnw He also aBid that the third anniversary his coronation which win fall oa to-morrow was full of the happiest memories At the the congratulated the czar for restoring the Black sea fleet glory WINS THI DERBY May The Duke of won the derby Bard second Spr ne third The weather at Epsom at the time of the race wa an old-fashioned May day light and sunshine alternating The wind blew qul n The night and early morning bad been damp and as a result tbe track was heavy IThe usual scenes attended the race crowds came from all directions both by ra vehicle and afoot More than tae Dumber of Americans were present Several splendidly equipped coaches driven down from London were entirely occupied by Americans these were Mr Mackey Mrs Sullivan and Consul General Waller TBK ATHENS ATHENS May George id to make abroad Premier proposes to ber of members of the Greek deputies to loU A DENIAL BY THK May porte there is for the report that a splracy at Sofia existed for thu af Prince Alexander and Primp May funeral of the la e Prof Leopold Von Himke Among who attended the services weie Crown Prince Frederick William the prince of IN I OK May meeting ur the Indian association was at tte present Sic Calfin financial tbo ia in address to tbe meeting the futile India on of bi- May has the of a socialist arranged for KI in city May dynamite factory at encia was to-day by an explosion killed twelve men i AT I Mar lias broken iat I casts are reported six fataL j from i 1 says Ca lull of 1 Or bj a l loll my Iti I 1 111 ItD ia a dollar went was I op hope but me ut lili WILLIAM SAil for THK I gut a when e 1 to aim J for Dr F and I K W camir not IK 4 i NEWSPAPER
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