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THE DULLES, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1891. NO. 145. PROFESSIONAL CABDS. WM. J. ROBERTS Civil. Emoineeii Gen eral enfrineering practice." Surveying and mapping; estimate atod plans for irrigation, sewerage, water-works, railroads, bridges, etc. Address: P. O. Box 107, The Dalles, Or. WM. SAUNDERS Architect. Plans and peciacatlons furnished for dwellings, churches, business blocks, schools and factories. Charges moderate, satisfaction guaranteed. Of fice over French's bank. The Dallea, Oregon. DR. J. SUTHERLAND Fellow or Trijiitt Medical College, and 'member of the Col lege of Physicians and Surgeons, Ontario, Phy sician and Surgeon. Office; rooms 8 add 4 Chap man block. Residence; Judge Tbornbnry's Sec ond street. Office hours; 10 to. 12 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. D R. O. D. D O A N E PHYSICIAN AND 'SUR GEON. Office; rooms 6 and 6 Chapman Block. Residence No. 23, Fourth street, one block south of Conrt House. Office hours 9 to 12 A. M., 2 to S and 7 to s P. M. AS. BENN"ETT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Of . lice In Schanno'a building, up stairs. The Dalles, Oregon. DSIDDALL Dentist. Gas given for the . painless extraction of teeth. Also teeth set on flowed aluminum plate. Rooms : Sign of the Golden Tooth, Second Street, AR. THOMPSON Attobnet-at-law. Office . in Opera House Block, Washington Street, The Dalles, Oregon P. P. MATS. B. 8. HUNTINGTON- H. 8. WILSON. MAYS, HUNTINGTON & WILSON ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Offices, French's block over First National Bank, The Dallea, Oregon. R.B.DUFUR. GEO. ATKINS. FRANK MXNEFBK. DUFUR, W ATKINS & MENEFEE Attorneys-AT-Law Room No. 43, over Post Office Building, Entrance on Washington Street The Dalles, Oregon. VTT H. WILSON Attorney-at-law Rooms V V 62 and 53, New Vogt Block, Second Street, The Dalles, Oregon. SHIPES & KIIIERSIX Wholesale and Retail Drniists. -DEALERS IN- Fine Imported, Key West and Domesti 6g-.a.:r,s. ' PAINT Now is the time, to paint your house and if you wish to get the best quality and a fine color use the ; . Sherwin, Williams Cos Paint. For those wishing to see. the quality and color of the above paint we call tbeii attention to the residence of S. L. Brooks, Judge Bennett, Smith French and others painted by Paul Kreft. Snipes & Kinersly, are agents for the above paint for The Dalles, Or. ' COLOMBIA CANDY FACTORY W. S. CRAM, Proprietor. ' (Successor to Cram fc Corson.) Manufacturer of the finest French and Home Made East of Portland. V, ' 'DEALER IN . V' ' Tropical Fruits, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco. Caii furnish any of thepe goods at Wholesala or ieiaii In Every Style." " . , . 104 Second Street. The Dalles, Or.". Bflrnei Ont lint Anaiii in Business ! wm. micHEiiii, DISSOLUTION SKLE We have accumulated a large quantity pf ikL nxr jr t is - To dispose. of these we have decided to hold another THE '; Dalles, Portland & Astoria JTAVIGATIOff COMPANY'S ? Elegant Steamer REGUItATOR Will leave the'foot of Court Street every morning at 7 A.M. Portland and Way Points Connections Will be Made with the . -COMMENCING- Friday, December 4, Continuing one Week Only We will include in this sale and at REMNANT PRICES, broken lots of. Hosiery, Shoes, Gloves,. Buttons and Underwear, We do not intend to realize from -this special sale, even For Passenger or Freight Rates, Apply to Agent, or Purser on Board. Office northeast corner of Court and Main Btret UNDERTAKER, And Embalmer, has a train Btarted with a new and complete stock of everything needed in the undertaking business. Particular attention paid to embalming and taking care of the dead. Orders . ; promptly attended to, day or night. - -' Prices as Low as the Lowest Place of business, diagonally across from Opera Block, on the corner of Third and Wash ' ington Streets, The Dallea, Oregon dfew' FRENCH & CO., BANKERS. TRAN8ACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Letters of Credit issued available in the . Eastern States. " Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers sold on New York, Chicago, St. Louis, San Francisco, Portland Oregon, Seattle Wash., and various points in Or egon and Washington. Collections made at all points on fav orable terms. ' of goods offered, but will make Horses Bought and Sold on Commission andJfoney Advanced on Horses Left for Sale. office', of he Dalles and Goldendale Stage Line. Stage Leaves The Dalles Every Morning at 7:30 and Goldendule at 7; 30. All freight must be left at R. B. Hood's office the eve ning before. . . Proprietor. The-Dalles, Or. R. B. HOOD, Opposite old Stand. in order to close them out. . ' v We have been giving you BIG BARGAINS for the past month. Our immense sales during this time show that our friends have not been slow to avail themselves of- the OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED. , - " ' We now propose to give you - is) m lo) Oil BARGAINS than ever and you must not allow this chance to pass bye ;-.::'-. ; ; . ;. . ' V" REMEMB9R THE MEEK December 4 to 11 AND It WILL DO YOU GOOD. REMNANTS PRINTS, ... REMNANTS SHEETINGS, -,.r REMNANTS DOMESTICS, ' REMNANTS SHIRTINGS, REMNANTS RIBBONS, REMNANTS LACES, '' : ; REMNANTS FLANNELS, . -: : : . REMNANTS TICKINGS, remnants towelings, remnants dress goods, remnants embroideries, . . remnants table. listens, remnants; sdlk and satins, remnants canton. flannels, remnants denims, remnants ginghams, Remember this' sale includes DJEjSS GrOOIDS from 10 cents to $2.00 per yard and many pieces 1 of eight and ten yards each. "Do not let your chances like sunbeams pass you by." " KILLING THE USURERS. Rnssian Peasants Driven to Desperation oy Money-Lenders. STARVATION IS THEIR FATE. A Sacramento Man's Three Families Fighting for His Money. Fast Steamer DflMES GITY. GOING TO SETTLE THE MATTER. At the Foot of the Cascade . Locks. The Kaiser Wants to Know Whether He Is Crazy Fined the Anarchists . Don't Believe the Tale. R B. HOOD, iyery, Feed and Sale A NEW Undertaking Establishment ! PRINZ & NITSCHKE. .: DEALERS IN . Furniture and Carpets. We nave added to our business a complete Undertaking Establishment, and as we are in no way connectea witn the Undertakers' Trust our prices will be low accordingly. Kemember our place on becona street, next to Moody '8 bank. . , - . . . Pipe Work, Tin 'Repair ing and Roofing. Leave orders at L. Butler's Grocery Store. JOHN PASriEK, t - Tailor, Next door to' "Wasco Sun. Madison's Latest System used in cutting garments, and a nt guaranteed each time. . fepaiping and Cleaning Neatly and Quickly Done. The Dalles Gioaf Faetpty FIRST STEEET - St. Peteks'burg,' Dec. 2. Advices from Samara state that the peasantry, driven to desperation by the extortions of the'koolaks," as the native usurers are called, have killed a number of them, and robbed their dwellings of the money and valuables wrung from the starving country people.' In one Samara; village a "koolak,". noted for his grasping dis position, had come into possession, since the beginning of the famine, of nearly all of. the jewelry worn as heirlooms by the wpmen of -the neighborhood. His ifek was spared on surrendering the pledges. - The "koolaks" are known to be in many cases in collusion with the officers,-w ho aid them in extorting their exorbitant intereet. ' One effect of, the famine,"' however, has been to ' make these peasants reckless of the profound respect which authority in Russia has heretofore commanded, and several. ot the local officials' are among the victims of the recent outbreaks. . Three Families After His Money. Sacramento, Dec. 2. Thirty-one years ago Joel ti. , uarter married in England. After the birth of bis two children he came to America and estab lished himself in Akron. Ohio, .' He prospered and for a time corresponded with his family, . but finally moved to Peoria, HI.,, where he was known as Cramer. In 1870 he married again and had two children by his second wife A younger woman fell in bis way, so that he in turn deserted bis later wife, and came here with his new flame, bringing with him $50,000 in greenbacks. The second wife obtained a divorce from him. He left her and his children in possession of property valued at $100,000 As soon as the divorce from him was secured he commenced proceedings against the English wife, who had ad vertised for information, concerning him. A marked copy of the paper con taining the history of the divorce had heen sent her. She obiected to the di vorce, saying be had deserted . her. This turn of affairs worried him so he took sick and died. The three families are - now claimants of his estate. Joel R. Carter, jr., a son by his first wife, is here. An -amicable settle ment is possible, as there is enough for all. He was exceedingly successful in all his business ventures. The Kaiser's Latest Fad. . Behlik, Dec. 2. The kaiser, it is ru mored, has seriously spoken of submit tins himself to medical examination as to his sanity in order to offer a concla sive refutation to the critics in' France and England who have been throwing out hints reflecting upon it. Should the kaiser conclude to take the step, the leading experts would be, invited from England, and perhaps from Italy and Sweden, who would make thorough ex amination and a complete report upon the cerebral condition of the illustrious patient.' Whatever may be the founda tion for the rumors, it is certain that the kaiser's mental condition is a sub ject of general discussion, or rather in sinuationB, and it is believed that the current gossip, cannot bave failed in some form to reach the kaiser's ears, A Russian Scheme. Washington, D. C.. Dec. 3. Consul General Crawford, at St. Petersburg has transmitted to the department, the late reports upon the details and workings of a system now in practice in. Russia, re sembling certain plans incorporated in the platform of the farmers' alliance of this country of making advances on the farmer's grain, stored in warehouses or delivered to the officials of the railroad companies. The consul general says: 'This scheme which went into effect in June of 1883, and at the present day is generally adopted throughout the coun try, and business is carried on under it on a very large scale. The scheme gives satisfaction to the farmers." Is Probably not True. London, Dec. 2. The Tinies today prints a dispatch from Santiago de Chili, which says that during the hearing be fore Judge 'of Crimes Foster, who is in- . vestigating the attack on a number xl sailors from the American cruiser Balti more, a witness from the Baltimore's crew appeared in court in such a state of intoxication it was necessary to re move him forcibly. Captain Schley, commander of the Baltimore, apologized to the court for the conduct of the witness.' . Mo Change In the Field Case. New Yoek', Dec. 3. Cyrus Field passed a comfortable night and has not lost any ground since yesterday. The condition of his daughter, Mrs. Lindley, . still remains very serious, but there has been no change since yesterday. Assignee Gould is getting ready a state ment of affairs of Field, Lindley & Co., but it is not yet completed. He said there is absolutely nothing new in the case today. The Speakership Contest. - - Washington, Dec. 3. The speaker ship contest today shows an increasing . activity and it is evident to all that the crisis is rapidly approaching. The rela tive positions of the various candidates at the present writing seems to be as follows: Crisp, first; Mills, second: Springer, third; McMillan, fourth ;' and '' Hotch, fifth. . Striking Miners In France. Paris, Dec. 2. A dispatch states "that the affairs throughout the coal mining districts are resuming the normal condi tion. Striking miners in the vicinity of the mines have returned to work and no further trouble is feared.. . The epidemic influenza has increased, and deaths from the a disease occurred here last week iy the hundred. , ' ' ' Bntj Preparing for War. Berlin, Dec. 2. Hundreds of women are engaged in Spandau rolling paper for cartridges. - This work has hitherto been done in the prisons, .but that source of supply was notufficient to meet the present pressure of work in the royal arsenal. The guncasting department i& working night and day. . Ravages os Yellow Fever. . London, Dec. 2. Advices from Santos state that owing to the prevalence of yellow fever at that port 120 vessels are delayed there waiting to discbarge car goes. Some vessels are departing for other ports with the cargoes with which, they were laden on their arrival. Secretary Foster's Condition. 'Chicago, Dec. 3. General Hamilton,, of the United States Marine hospital,, left huridly for Washington last night ' on receipt of a telegram asking for his services to attend Secretary Foster. Germany's Liberal Fair Exhibit. Berlin, Dec. 2. The budget com mittee of the reichstag have voted 900, 000 marks to be devoted to providing a proper German exhibit at the Chicago Columbian exposition. FACTORY NO. 105. PTH- A P C of the Beet Brands vXvjrjLXVlO manufactured, and orders from all parts of the country filled on the shortest notice. The reputation of THE DALLES CI GAR has become firmly established, and the demand for the home manufactured article is increasing every day. ' j A. ULRICH & SON. The Chicago Anarchists Fined, ' Chicago, Dec. 2. Justice Woodman before whom the cases of the anarchists arrested at the meeting held November 11 are beine tried, today decided that the assemblies raided were unlawful ones. He fined the leaders $100 each ond the others-$10 each. These fines, at the instance of the city prosecutor, were at once suspended.-- this action is pre sumably taken for the purpose of evert ing an appeal to thft higher court. It is understood, however, the defendants will appeal., ... The Story Is Mot Believed. ' Washington, Dec. 2. It is stated at the Chinese legation that there has been no dispatch received there stating that a preliminary skirmish had recently taken place at the port of Shanghai between two Italian gunboats and the Chinese navy, and the two former were sunk in deep water. The minister said be be lieved the story to h without foundation. Suing for the Irish Fnnds. Dubliji, Dec. 2. Timothy Healy has commenced an action against Monro to compel him to restore the Irish funds to those ' entmea to possession money. " - of the ( To Protect Christians in China. . . Lond'on, Dec. 2. The Chronicle says the Vatican Is making semi-official over tures to the powers to protect Christians ft) China. '. First Snow In California.. - Redding, , Calif., Dec. 3. It com menced snowing this morning, being the first snow of the season. ' Chicago Wheat Market. Chicago, December 3. Close, wheat, firm : cash, .90.90 ; January, 92 ; May, .97.' ' ' - . . Portland Wheat Market. Pohtlano, , Dec. 3. Wheat, Valley 1.651.68J; Walla Walla, 1.601.65. Weather Forecast. Sax Francisco, Dec. 3. Forecast for Oregon and Washington: Rain.