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mt VOL. II. THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1891. NO. 147. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WM. J. ROBKRT8 Civil Engineer rGen eral engineering practice. Surveying and .mapping;-, estimates und plans for Irrigation, sewerage, water-works, railroads, bridges, etc. Address:. P. O. Box 107, The Dalles, Or. WM. 8ATJNDER8 Architect. Plans and specifications furnished for dwellings, churches, business blocks, schools and factories. Charges moderate, satisfaction guaranteed. . Of fice over French's bank, The Dalles, Oregon, DR. J. SUTHERLAND Fellow OF Trihitt Medical College and member of the Col lege of Physicians and Burgeons, Ontario, Phy sician and Burgeon. Office; rooms 8 and 4 Chap man block. Residence; Judge Thornbury's Sec ond street. Office hours; 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 tb 8 p. m. DR. O. D. DOANI PHYSICIAN AND 8UE gxon. Office; rooms 6 and 6 Chapman Block. ; Residence No. 2S, Fourth street, one block south of Conrt House. Office hours 9 to 12 A. M., 2 to 5 and 7 to P. M. A S. BENNETT, ATTORNEY-AT-IAW. Of- V flee in Schanno's building, up stairs. The Dalles, Oregon. 1 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. - , R. THOMPSON Attorney-at-law. Office Jt. in Opera House Block, Washington Street, The Dalles, Oregon r. P. HATS. B. B. HUNTINGTON- a.' 8. WILSON. MAYS, HUNTINGTON & WILSON Attorneys-at-law. Offices, French's block over First National Bank, The Dalles, Oregon. '' B.B.SUFOS; OEO. ATKINS. PRANK MENEPEE. ' DUFTJR, W ATKINS & MENEFEE Attor neys-at-law Room No.. 43, over Post Office Building, Entrance on Washington Street The Dalles, Oregon. WH. WILSON Attorney-at-law Rooms 82 and 83, New Vogt Block, Second Street, The Dalies, Oregon. SNIPES & KltlERSLl flolesajs' aid Mail Driiists. -DEALERS IN- Fine Imported, Key West and Domesto CIGARS. PAINT . .' O . '' I ' i i Now is the time to paint your house . and if yop, J wish to -get the best' quality and a fine color iiae the 1 ' SfterWilliaiM Cos Palnf For those wishing to see the quality and color of the above paint we call theii attention to the residence of S. L. Brooks, Judge "Bennett, Smith French and others painted by Pauljteft. - ' ' Snipes & Kinersly are agents for the above paint for The Dalles. -Or.. .1 ; , COLUMBIA CANDY FACTORY W. S. CRAM, Proprietor. y (Successor to Cram k Chmi.) Manufacturer of the finest French and Home Made O A. IK-JDilL ZEIS, East of Portland. DEALER IN .", ' , Tropical Fruits, Nats, Cigars and Tobacco. Can furnish, any of these goods at Wholesale or aetau ; - OrFHSH O.VSTHJiS-iO' In Kvery Style. 104 Second Street. The Dalles, Or. Bnraei Out W Attain' ii Msm ! Vm. flllGHEIili, UNDERTAKER, And Embalmer, has again started with a new ana complete stock ot everything neeaea 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, x a iaiies, t '. . . . . d&w . ; . .. . T FRENCH & CO., BANKERS. ' TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS letters of Credit issued available in the 5 Eastern States. ': I 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 point? on fav- UJbl.X3?a-C3- OUK DISSOLUTION ;f SKLE f ve have accumulated a large' quantity of To dispose of these wg, have decided to hold another-; - '-"''J. 'irs I la Granrj tlemnant -COMMENCING- . V- .... " Continuing one Week Only We will include : in this ": . PRICES, broken lots of Hosiery, Shoes, Gloves, Buttons and Underwear, We do', not intend to. sale, even " COST of goods offered, but will ' in Order to close them out. r -;We. have been giving you BIG BARGAINS for the past month. . Our immense sales during this T time show that -our friends have not been ""slow to ' avail: themselves . of, the. OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED. . " '.' ; We'riow" propose to give 0 P w mm than ever and you must . pass by. ' . REMEMBGR Deeember AND IT WILL DO YOU GOOD. REMNANTS PRINTS, .-, J REMNANTS; SHP.F.TINGrS, ' REMNANTS DOMESTICS, 'yr "'' ' " ; r. "REMNANTS, SHIRTINGS, REMNANTS jRIBBONS, , . A. i REMNANTS LACES, ' : ' ' REMNANTS FLANNELS, , ,, i v;:r REMNANTS TICKINGS, REMNANTS TO WET.TNGS,, : i. REMNANTS DRESS GOODS, v : . REMNANTS EMBROrDERDSS, 1 i " ;V' " REMNANTS TABLE LINENS, REMNANTS SILK AND S ATINSy,.. f , . REMNANTS CANTON FLANNELS,' REMNANTS . . Remember this sale includes' 'fs'3-'-jv-j k'iil v-V-: from 10 cents to $2.00 per yarc and many pieces ;.. of eight and ten yards each. 4 y" ' . " Do not let your chances like sunbeams . pass ;,you:by."; . , ,;:f;;;r .. 1 sale and at REMNANT ' . -: , ; : ; i realize from this special" . . " . JEJLlG'. - Uy.:', make .- . V .; .. . you uj nnnnniMO uHnufiiiio not allow this chance, to . '. ' - '' : ' THE ifliEEK 4 to 11 DENIMS, . WHO WILL BE SPEAKER The SDeaiersliiD is Between Mills . . M Crisp. ' .' .. CRISP SLIGHTLY IN - THE. LEAD With Springer Running a Very Good : : '" " Third. 8ETEKAL PEOPLE . DROWNED. A Tow of ltarges Wrecked Russell Sage Recovering Dom ' Pedro Dead. . Washington, Dec. 5. The first ballot stood as follows : Crisp, 84 ; Mills, 78 ; Springer, 32 ; McMillan, 18 : Hatch, J4. Second ' ballotf-official Crisp, . 89" : Mills, 80 ; Springer ,28 ; McMillan, 18 ; Hatch, 11. ; Holman, of Indiana, voted for Springer and 0'Neil,'6f Massachusetts', voted for his colleague, Stevens on the first ballot A break in .votes in the Illinois .delegation-occurred on 'the fi"rst ballot by Fitbian, Farman and Lane, all of whom voed " for Mills. The Iowa delegation also voted solidly, for Mills instead of Springet. : The first break in Hatcht's on second ballot was bv Pell of Arkansas who transferred his vote to Crisp, Third ballot unofficial Crisp 91 ; Mills, 82 ; Springer, 24 ; McMillan 18 ; Hatch, 11. . ' Fourth ballot unofficial Crisp, 92; Mills, 87 ; Springer, 20 ; McMillan 18 ; Hatch, 8. . . Fifth ballots-official Crisp, .... ,95; Mills,'89;', Springer, 20; McMillan," i8; Hatch, 4; Stevens, 1. ' . ' The Democrats la the Speakership Ka.ee. Washington, Dec. 5. A caucus, of democratic, eongreesmnn ' met ' .at two o'clock' this afternoon to consider the question of .speakership. There was present 227 representatives. r A roll call shewed the presence of all the 'democratic members except' seven, and the' first trouble came with the question as to how the voting should proceed, by; secret or open ballot. The question was referred to the committee on rules, consisting of one member named by each candidate, The committee recommended an open ballot, which report was subject to the caucus, and was adopted. . . 'Nbw York, Dec. 5. Russell Sage is looking bright and cheerful this morn ing and will be all right again in a few days." The men who -were injured 'by the exploson yesterday are doing well Sage said no bonds were lost, the only loss will be by the destruction of the of fice and furniture. Inspector Byrnes is exerting himself to try and. locate" and identity the bomb thrower. The entire dectective force of the city is put on the case. - -' -.' ' It is now believed to be an undisputed fact that only two people were "killed the bomb thrower and B, E. Norton Sage's private secretary. . - '; Thirty People. Drowned. ;Nk York, Dec.. 5,r Nothing definite is yet known as to the dumber of lives lost by the barge disaster in the Hudson last night. It is known that 30 persons were saved, but no two stories are alike aa to the number of people on- the barge at the time they capsized.- . It is believed that at least thirty lives were' lost. A dispatch from Haverslaw, states that only two lives are lost ' by the disaster last night. All on board the barge is accounted for. ' v ' Dom Pedro Dead. '" Paris, 'Dec. B. -Dom Pedro is dead. The'' scenes . at-the .death '.bed of Do'm Pedro show that his thoughts to the last wire of Brazil., The Countess D. Eu heiress apparent to the Brazilian throne says: "She is ready to return to Brazil at the r first summons sent. her." -The remains of Dom Pedro will : be interred in the family vault at Lisbon. '- ' .' ' : . ; .':'!, ' i- , . "" An Important X.and Decision. .Washingt6jt, Dec. 5. Secretary Noble today decided the long contested case of the Los ' Vegas grant in New Mexico. The secretary decides that the lands are subject to entry under the general laws. The decision will open to settlement about 570,000 acres. '. ;.: V Will Resume Business. Niff York, ' Dec.: 5. The assignees says White & Co.'s affairs are in such a condition that the firm will resume bus iness soon. '" Will Apply ror Statehood. - Chicago, -Dec. 5. A . Washington special says : "New Mexico and Arizona will probably enter t le union of states before the end of the present congress. Utah will also be an applicant for ad mission hut -the lingering traces of Mor monism will probably keep her ont. '' It is quite probable that there will be no opposition in either house to the admis sion of New Mexico and Arizona if they are not to vote for president next fall. ; Murdered And Burned. Reno, Nevada, Dec. 5. An incendiary fire occurred this morning in a place known as Gil more gardens and William Hedges, thirty-years of age, was burned to a crisp. His skull was found fractured and foul play is suspected. A man . named Jack Savage has been arrested as the incendiary. ' "-. ' t ' A Chance for Portland's Millions. Pobtland, Dec. 5. W. H. Kennedy, chief engineer of the Columbia River and Astoria railway, in his -report esti mates the cost of the railroad from Goble to Astoria, fifty- eight miles, . at from a million and a half to $1,560,000. .Completely Snowed In. Pembbna, N. D., Dec. 5.T-The terrible blizzard which is still - raging here has caused a suspension of business. No one can get in or out of the city, because of snow Taanke which are from ten to fifteen feet high. . Business Almost Stopped. Ellendalk, N.. D., "Doc. 5. Business is almost entirely 'suspended here be cause of the blizzard which is raging. There are huge drifts in the streets, and great loss is feared among stock. . Eironte for .Kngland. New York. " Dec.' 5. Mrs. Parnell, mother of the, "dead Irish leader, sailed for England today, accompanied by her son John. . ' ' -'. .'. - .. V. P. Official Dead.. ; Omaha," Neb.", Dec. 5V L. B. Whitney, assisstant general freight, agent ' of the Union Pacific road died this raorning, ElKht-Hour Lav In Baltimore. -. , Baltimobe, Dec. .4. Nearly all of the" unions of the building trades in this city have decided to make a general demand the first of the year for. shorter hours. Several of the unions in other trades, in demanding eight hours, -will concede a small, amount in wages. The granite cutters will easily carry their point, one large firm having already conceded the eieht hours.. Officers of the federation say they do not expect any trouble, and that by spring the eight-hour rule will be general in .Baltimore. - From Central and South America. City of Mexico, Dec. 4. The Brazil ian government has decided to retain its legation here.' President '' Peixotto has ordered Signor Alvin to' ' remain at 'his poet. The minister A war says Hernan dez was arrested for insubordination and not for an attempt to enter into an alliance with Garcia, as reported. - Advices received here from Honduras are to the effect that the rebels in that republic are still in retreat, but they de clare they will organize a force near the irontier. To Change the Gauge. San Francisco, Dec. 4.r-The Southern Pacific has a number of men at work near Smithfield, Or., a few-' miles .north of Dallas, to change the gauge on the southern end of the West Side division of the Oregon & California.' Bridges on sixteen miles of this division below Dallas are to be renewed and the' cuts and fills widened for standard gauge track. - The change from narrow gauge win not De completed before next sum .Scheme to Join Three Prorlnces. Ottawa, Dec. 4. A movement has been aet on foot in the- provinces of New Brunswick, ;Nova Scotia and Prince Ed ward. Island, for uniting the three into one province,' which, if carried out, will do away with two lieutenant-governors two provincial legislatures, and two leg islative assemblies, with : numerous minor and attendant expenses, and re. suit in a saving of half a million dollars annually. ' " " "r ' r r 5 - " ' ' Wanted to Lynch Him. Seattle,' Dec. M.-rJames Q. Evans, the FcaDklin negro' who shot his wife last night, was - brought here under a sttong guard today... He refused to tall to reporters.' ' Reports from Franklin say that the negroes there wanted to lynch him,. but were held at bay by the guard.-. .',; . : ' . .';:'' " Chicago Wheat Marke) ' ' . Chicago, December 5. Closed wheat, easy cash,- December, .91 ; ; January, .97 ;.' May,' M&. -: ' - .- : ' ' San Francisco Wheat Market. San Francisco, ' Dec. -.5. Wheat, buyer '91, 180; Season, 19. . Portland Wheat Market.' PortxA nt, Dee. 5. Wheat, Valley 1. 65-; Walla Walla, 1.60. . AFTER THE REWARD. Two CMcago Detectiyes Put Up a Job ' of 1M BreafiM. ONE OF THE ROBBERS KILLED. A Buffalo, N. Y., Young Man Married to Save His Life. THEY DID NOT LIKE BRAZIL. Russian Refugees Not Satisfied With South America In Favor 'of Using Silver Noblemen Snubbed. Chicago, Dec. 4. Developments in the Gardner, 111., bank robbery reveal strange stories of the manner in which McAdam and Boye, two doctors, now living in the county jail at Morris, charged with attempting, to crafck the box of Banker Lutz on the night of Nov ember 20, were captured in the very act. The charge is made that Jack Kehoe, a Chicagodetective, William Twining,' a relation of Banker Lutz, and R. H. Fryer deliberately entered into a scheme to induce McAdam' to commit a felony for the purpose of securing Banker Lutz' promised . reward.- It is claimed that Twining approached Dr. McAdam with" a proposition to rob Lutz' bank. Mc Adam fell in witn mescneme. Twining introduced Fryer to'McAdam as "Jack Kyan, an expert - cracksman." ine night of.November 20 was fixed upon for the commission of the crime. Dr. -Mcr " Adam and "Ryan" entered the store in which the bank is located, while Twill ing remained outside as guard. While . at work en the vault door, Twining end- -denly called on McAdam to surrender. There was a shotxr shots, and McAdam fell bleeding on the floor, with Officer Kehoe and a numbef of : citizens stand- . ing around him. . Had to Marry or he Killed. Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 4. A strange, . wedding was celebrated at Fredonia,. N..' Y., this afternoon. For some time George White,; a young man of the vil lage,, has been paying attentions to a Hattie Hill, a pretty young daughter bfr Charles Hill.- White called at the girl's home this afternoon, and Mr. Hill asked him the nature of his intentions. -Some words followed. . The irate father demanded that he marry . the young ; woman at once. White refused ; then . Mr. Hill sent for a clergyman, and when .. he arrived the angered lather pointed a . revolver at White's head nd exclaimed : ... "You may take your choice ; marry my daughter or have your : brains blown out." White quickly agreed to the--former proposition. .4 ' Bossian Kefngecs from Braxir. " Nbw York. Dec. 4-Among the pas- " sengers by the steamship Oregon, which- arrived'in Brooklyn yesterday from Bra-- -zil, were thirty Polish and Russian He brew refugees, and several of them were' accompanied by children. They say they were induced to go to Manaas, Brat'-" zil, from Russia by promises from the'- Brazilian ' government. ' When they . reached the South American republic they found that the soil was practically worthless, and to add to their trouble, fever and other climatic diseases broke out among the party and several died. The government finally aided them to come to America. One of the passengers is destitute and he - has five children. His wife died at Para, Brazil. In Favor of Using Silver. Nbw York, Dec. 4. A Washington special correspondent telegraphs thus : . ''The expression of Goschen, chancel lor of the exchequer, in favor of the en larged use of silver by the Bank of Eng land, causes great satisfaction ' at the treasury department., . It is regarded as a direct result of the effort which Secre tary Foster has been making through Seligman and other American ' bankers to secure a candid ' consideration of the silver question by the European govern ments. ' Communications received at the - treasury . department indicate a -strong feeling in France in favor of the enlarged use of silver, which will prob ably receive fresh sti mulus from the declaration of Goschen." . Snubbed By the Caar. K London, Dec. 4. The Oifonich't St. Petersburg correspondent says the czar has refused "to receive the deputation of noblemen desiring to present an ad dress asking bim to grant a constitution to Russia. Many nihilists are being ar rested daily in- Russia. -" A Woman Tutraged and Killed. ' ' Mahanoy City, Dec. 4. The finding of ,the dead body of Mrs. Agnes Lawrence's near New -Boston, and the mystery surrounding the, death has .caused .much excitement.' The woman was outraged and killed.