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THE DALLES, OEEGON, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 3.. 1894
NO. 11. CONSOLIDATED 1882. TiMES-MOFKTAIJtKEH, " : XIII HOUTSTAIXERU. Volume XXXV PEINTED EVERY SATURDAY . John Micheii, Editor and Proprietor , " Professional Cartla. " . - 0. C. nOLLTSTEIt," " . Physician and Surgeon Boom over Dalles National Bank. Office hours, 10 a m V 12 m, and from 2 to 4 p m. Real deuce We t End of Tliird Street, DUFUR & MENEFEE, Attorneys at Law . Rooms 43 and. 43 Chapman Block, The Dalles, Ore. j SUTHERLAND, M D, CM , .-. Physician and Surgeon, -.- Rooms 3 aod 4, Chapman Block, The Dalles, Ore. w M. TAOKMAN- Practical Dentist - am Over A. A . Brown's grocery. Second St All work guaranteed to give ratinf-ction and all the atest Improved metnoas u-e i in aenwi opemmns KOCIKIIK. w ASCO LODGE. NO. 16. A. F & A. M. Meets first and third- Monday or each montn at 8 P.M. tTIHE DALLES ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, NO. 6. J. Meets iu Masonic Hall the third Wednesday : I - each month at 8 P M. ptOLCMBU LODGE, NO, 6, I. O. O. F. Meets J every rTlaay evening at i :vt ncioca, in r. oi r. Halt, corner of s&oud and Court streets. Sojourn- utr brothers are welcome. - - a. uiiouua, oecy. IJWIENOSniP LODGE, NO. 9., K. of P. Meets jj every Monday evening at a:w o cioca, in sciiaii no's building;, corner of Court aod Second streets. Sojourning brothers are cordially iimtea i.. Ik. Vau&s, K. HandS P. MENEFEE. C. f-ITOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION V V will meet every Friday afternoon at 3 o clock at the reaiiintr room, ah arc invuea. T voriFRV WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Mt, Hood Camp, No. 69, meets every Tuesday eveoins; of each week at 7:30 o'cl-ick, in A. Keller's Hall. All brothers and sojourning brothers are nvifted to be present. TEMPLK LODGE, NO. 3. A. O. V. W.-Meets In KKelior'a Hall every Thursdav evening; at 7:M) clock. raiL uui( m. tt. W. S. MTSR8, Financier. - r AS. NE8M1TH POST, NO. 32, 'G. A.' R Meets I every Saturday at 7.30 P. M. In a. of r. Hall. B OF L. E. Meets every Friday afternoon In . K. of P. Hall. - ESANO VEHEIN HA RMONIK- Meets every J DUIiUHy evenimc iu noiict a xxiii ' nP i F. DIVISION. NO. 167. Meets n K. X5. of P. Hall the first and third Wednesday of acn month at 7 JO P. M. . - 1HE CHfJKCHKf. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. O. D. Tatioh, Pastor. Services every Sabbath at 11 A. &1. D u fi.hhaf.li anhnnl ImmeiliateH aftxir the moraine service. Prayer meeting every Thursday . Services even' Sunday morning and evening . .. , . , ........ t- D U A Mftlbl i ., .-i . . tattoo ey tended bv both pastor and people to all. -ONGREG ATIONALCHU KCH Rev. W.C. Cuana i faster. (Services every ounaay at xx x. . miu P. M. Sunday Schaot after morning serviee. TIT. PETER'S CHURCH Rev. Father Broksoiwbt O Pastor. Low Mass every Sunday at 7 A. M. Hlfb Mass at 10:30 A.M. Vespers at 7 P. M. v tfT: ""PAUL'S CHURCH.: Union Street, opposite ) Fifth. Rev. Eli D. Sutcliffe, Rector. Services very Sunday at 11 A. M and 7:30 P. M., Sunday . school at 8US0 A..M. Evening Praver on Friday 1 730 P.M. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ksv. 1. W. JsmuKS, pas tor. Preaching every Sunday afternoon- t 8 'O'clock in the Congregational church. All are cor , dially invited., j KOONTZ, ... . - " Real Estate, Loaiisand Insorancer Airentforthe Scottish Union and National In , sn ranee company of Edinburgh, Scotland, Capital J SO 000 000. Valuable Farms near the City to sell on easy -terms.- - - "... - j Office over Post Office. The Dalles, Or. . MRS. H. LeBALLISTER -HAS REMOVED - HER - milinBru EstaMisW! The Beeond Door from Corner of Union and Second Streets - - - Where she -has on sale all the Latest :Stylss of Hew Fall Goods SFCOJTD STREET' ree oors rom oun MEALS ARE SERVED. AT ALL HOURS ONIA 25 CTS. A MEAL. The Tables are Famished with the BEST the . - - market affords : Will be served In ay style dur.ng theseason" E. JACOBSEN nun di BjobraiiJ-Kfftions, Pianos tni Organs STATIOIf ERT. XI AlVOtt and Organs sold on easy xoo nthly .. payments and all COMTXrr iOIV . We are prepared to meet. Call or address 162 Second Street The Dalles, Or Saint Mary's Academy! . , THE DALLES. okEGOU ' . REOPENS SEPTEMBER S, 1S94. BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Rates per term of ten weeks, payable in advance: Board and tuition .............HO Entrance fee, payable but once 6 Bed and tedding. ...v; 3 - Instrumental Music, Type-writing, Telegraphy, . Drawing aod Paiutioi form extra charges. . Freooh, German. Latin, Needlework and Vocal Musis taught free to regular pupils. - Bates for Day Pupils S, fa, $3 or (10 per term, according to grade. . For further particulars address: - , . . SISTER SUPERIOR. HENRI 1. KUCK, . Manufacturer of and dealer in- Harness and Saddlery, Second St., near Moody's Warehouse, THE DALLES, OREGON A Work Guaranteed to Ulxrs Sat lafaetioB University of Oregon! Next session begins Septrmber 17, 1894. . Tuition, fiee. Boanlt2 50 a week. Eive conrsea CJaasicils Scion ti He, Literary, i ijlish ad busineaa. D0RMI TORY The boardine hall for roungladlea and the boarding hall for voun; aentemen will be under the personal supervision-of Mrs. Munra, a Ia6j of refinement and large experience. For eatalofjues addre-s ' J. J. WALTON, Sec,y Regents. DAN BAKER, i. PROPRIETOR OF THE 1- ,BEST IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Wines, Liauors Cigars. Second Street East End. A. A BROWN -Keep LL ASSORTMENT IWM mi, AND PROVISIONS, Scecial Prices to Cash Buvers 170 SECOND STREET. PIOHEEB BBOCEHY, Northwest Cor. Second and Washington Sis. "; 8ucoessors;to George Bach. ..." The Cheapest Place THI DALLSS FOR All Kinds of Groceries, FLOUR, GRAIN, WILLOW WABEE TC. We resrjeetfullv solicit a sh of the public pat ronage and shall, endeavor to give entire satisfac tios to our customers both old nd new. . Charles A; Baldwin &. Co. 1 J BANKERS, to and 42 Wall street," ! s. 1 un r. i Accounts of Banks and Bankers received on favorable terms. Bonds and investment Securities. Dally Financial Letter Mailed on Application. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. R.E. Saltmarshe -AT TBK East End stock tids, HX FAY THE HighestCashPricefor Hay and Grain. - DEALER - IN - LIVE STOCK. Gunning & Hockman GEuGBAXj - Blacksmie?S. In the new shop on Second" (street, first blacksmith snop east or rrencn sico.'s onca block. Horse-Shoeing a Specialty. All kinds of work In iron, whether of atrricultmal implements or vehicles, done in the most mechan ical style and satisfaction guaranteed. ian2wkv FAT PEOPLE. Park Obssitt Pills will reduce your wetirnt PEKHASIKSTLV from 12 to 16 pounds a month. No starving; sickness or injury; no public ity. They build up the health and beautify the complexion, leaviner no wrinkles nr flabbiness. Stout abdomens and difficult breathing; surely relieved. nwaarrjuiaKAi'Dui a scientine ana post tive relief, adopted or!y after years of experience. All orders supplied direct from our office. Price (2.00 per package or three packages for V' 00 by mall postpaid. Testimonials and particulars (sealed cts. - - - All Correapondenee Strictly Coaflden. uas. ARK REMEDY CO., Boston Mass Sample : Rooms S FKOINT NTh (Nearly opposite Umatilla House.) CHARLIE FRANK. PROP The Best Wines, : Liquors and Cigars COLUMBIA BREWEB1 BEER ON DRAUGHT Is THE DALLES, OR EGON. Best Kentucky Whiskey FROM I,OUSVtLXE. Very Best Key West Cigars, and Bes1 of Wmea - English Porter Ale and Milwauke Beer alwara on band. MAETZ k PUNDT. : PROP'S SALOOiN, DAN BAKER, Proper. Keeps on band the nest Wines, Liguors and Cigars. FREE LUNCH EVERY EVENINC. Near the Old Mint, Second Street, THE DALLES. : : - OREGON. fMT 1T ITDPI A T EX. H It uiuiULinoinxj -a, WISEMAN & MARDERS, PROPRIETORS. Kortheast Cor Second and CourtjStraets , The Dalles The BE3T of -sra na v v . 9 Liquors Oicrers Always on Sale Columbia Brewery Beer on Draught. ' . THE DALLES Cigar Factory SEC STREET Opposite the Implement Warehouse ' FACTORY NO. 105. pip I DO of the' Best Brands mannfact UlUnnO nred, and ordeas from all parts of the oonntry filled on the shortest notioe. " The reputation of THE DALLES CIGAR has become firmly established, and the de mand for the home mannfaotnaer) article in increasing eyery day. A. ULR1CH & SON. Also Cifrars and Tobacco cf the best brands retailed. . HARRY XIEBE, FruOuoalAWatciliM? AKD DEALEB IN Clocks, Watclies; Jewelry, .Etc. Always keeps on sale the latest and bert styles o Time-pieces, Diamond Rlnfrs, Bow-knot Bines, Sil verware, etc., etc. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. 1C2 Second Street, rezt door to A . V Williams -fc Co.' TEE DALLES, OREGON C.F. STEPHENS- I) RY GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHINGS HATS, CAPS, BOOTS " SHOES t r yt Second street next door east of A dfc . The Dalles Hat Bank . . Javinr just opened in business, and bavin; s full assortment of the latest goodi in my line, I .de sire a share of the public patronaice. C F STEPHENS. BARBED WIRE If von want cheap fencing, un the nw wir nailed This will stretch 25 per cent further to the number of pounds thun any other wire in the mar ket, and also makes the best fences. Stop and ex amine it and you wll be convinced that this is the wire you want. - JOS. T.PfcTERS & CO. Sols agents for The Dalles, mil Children Cry for PITCHKB'3 STORIA Castorla Is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known u me. tt. a. akcbkr, hi. x.. Ill South Oxford St., Urooklyn, ti. Y " I ne Castorla In my practice, and find II specially adapted to anections or cnuuren. Alex. Korcrtbon, HI. D., 1057 2d Ave., New Vorii 'From personnf knowledge I can say thrit Lwstoria is a rnosit sxccuei.L mcuicum ior xjxux. Jx-eu." ila. G. C Osoood, Lowell, Mass. Castoria promotes TJigestion, and Overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrncea, and Feverishnesa. Thus the child is rendered healthy and its sleec natural. Cixsto.-ia. contains no Horpniiie or other narcotic property. JS SCHENCK, J M PATTERSON Cashier. THE First National Bank OF THE DALLES. Successors to SCHENCK . AND BEALL, BANKERS. Transacfs a Regular Banking Business Euy and sell Exchange. Collections carefully made and promptly acennnted for. Draw on Bew xorK, ban rrancisco ana rori land Directors i D P Thompson, Ed M Williams, J S Sclienck, George Liebe. H M tteall. IREGON : BAKERY -AND- A. KELLER Prop'r am p.epared to furnish families, notels'and res tanrants with.the choicest Bread, Cakes and Pies. Fresh ysters Served in Every Style. Second Street, Next door to The Dalles Na tional tsanic, D, W. VAUSE (Successor to P. KREFT St CO.; Dealer in Oils anb ArtiRts' Material and Painters' Supplies. Aeent for MASURY'S LIQUID PAINT AH orders for painting, papering and kaltominicg promptly attended to . . The Dalles Nati( OF DALLES CITY, OR. President...... ... ....Z. F. Moody, ;..M. A. Moody isMer.V..:..T...v.:.' General Banling Business Transacted. Sight Exchange sold on NEW YORK, SAN FRAN0TS00. Andrew Velarde, HOUSEMOVER. The Dalles. Addresa; Lock Box 181. fmh, (Jlass TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. KDtnmbed in a JIloc. Iron Mountain, Mich., Oct 26 The fate of the 1 1 entombed miners in the P-t- wabic mine will not be known for some hours jet, probably not until 2 o'clock An immense mass of rock, iron ore and broken timbers, 20 feet in length, ia to be cleared away. Superintendent Brown is confident all but three will be taken out alive, and has hopes of all. The accident whs caused by the sandstone capping on the hard level in shaft No, 11 giving way . Following Is a correct list of the en tombed men: Thomas Penglase, W Oliver, S Husband. O Willcnx, S Allen, V Burd, G Poren, J Tbumas. G Rickurd, P Heliberg, J Farrell and P Hascoe. The shaft boss, and the only man known escaped uninjured, states the accident was ciused by running wa'er eating away the sandstone capping In a room 100 feet in height on the third level. This im menee mass of rock, weighing hundreds of tons, crushed through the floor of the level, carrying away the timbers and everything to the fourth level, on which the men were working. He beard the thundering crash, and by fast rnnning escaped. Peter Garbardi, a trimmer, at work directly under tne falling rock was crushed to death. Bis body has been recoveired. Gutting a road tbronsh this wreckage to the room in which the men are entombed coonot be done hastily, for the walls have to be heavily timbered as ttie work progresses, to avoid another fali of the ground. Although hard and persistent work has been done since tbe disaster occurred by as many eager men as could be worked to advantage, only tbe seemingly short distance .of 15 feet has been cut tlirouirb, and 15 feet has vet to be cut, which will take until evening. An ominons feature, and one that con vinces manv miners - the men will be fiund dead, is that although only 15 feet away not a sound has been heard to in dicate they were a-ive. Tne miners Bgrte that were the men alive this fact would have been made known by some noise. It is tbe general impreesiou they have been suffocated bv gunpowder gas. Superintendent Brown maintains there is an abundance of go d eir in the room, and is confident eight of ibe imprisoned men will be found unharmed. , Three, he thinks, may have been crushed to death, Tnis is tbe worst accident of the kind that ever occurred in this range. the only approach to it being the caving u or tbe Shalt at iveldndge mine i s years ago, when nine men were Dunea anye and their remains never recovered. Some of the entombed men are alive This fact-was ascertained by signalling with bammfra. It is confidently ex pected the men will be reached by 0 o'clock. Sandwich Inland Kfws. San Francisco, Oct. 20 The steam ship Alameda arrived this morning from Sydney, Auckland, Apia and Honolulu, bringing .the following news advices, under date of Honolulu, Oct. 16: Rumors of a royalist uprising nave been very scarce for the last few months, but, now that the first election of tbe new republic draws near, these reports have again been circulated.- This time election day, October 29, bae been chosen as tbe date of an attempt to restore tbe queen, but very- little stock is taken in the tale. - The nominations for senators and rep resentatives have been made. Out of 12 chosen for this island (Oahu), only two are natives, and this has caused some criticism among the native annexationists. Every nominee has been pledged to tbe support of tbe annexation plank in tbe platform, to the exclusion of everything else.' ; " Sanford Fleming, the Englishman who has been in Honolulu for some time in he interests of tbe British Cable Com pany, wnicn proposes to lay a cattle to Australia, leaves on the steamer today. He has asKed the government to cede Neckar island to England, claiming if this is done the cable project will at once be carried througn, ana JNecEar island will be the half way houfe between Victoria and Australia, with a branch line to Honolulu. He bas also asked for an exclusive cable right on Hawaiian territory. Tbe latter proposition bas cot met with the approval of the Hawaiian government, and will -probably net be accepted. Tbe former grant would probably be made under certain condit ions. At present no detinue arrange ment has been concluded. ' , Will B a Witness. New York, Oct. 26 It is stated Ztlla Nicholani has been in close conference with lawyer Gofl and his partner, Mr Pollock, for tbe last three days. She will be subpenaed to appear before tbe Lvxow investigating committee, and she declares she will tell all soe knows. It is alleged her testimony will include an exposure of tbe secret- relations between world-famous multimillionaire in tnis city and tbe man who bas long posed as tbe Uuevauer Bayard ol tne ponce De partment. She will, it is asseited, relate II tbe circumstances attendant upon certain financial . transitions . between those two notable gentlemen in conse quence, she alleges, of police protection an extraordinary nature which was furnished to Gould, and the machinery of tbe police force was employed in tbe accomplishment of a private and by no means irreproachable purpose. Miss Nicbolaus said: 4lI have consented to sp pesr before the Lexow committee. I shall tell all I know, sparing no detail, shielding no man, the trnth and nothing but the truth. - The exact tacts win ne quite enough in Ibis case without elabor ation of any kind. I have been in communication with Mr. Goff and his partner. "I expect to be subpenaed im mediately ." Seattle Fire.' Seattle, Oct. 27 Fire broke put in the West hotel at 2 a. k. tbis morning, and in a few minutes enveloped the en - tire structure and burned ten human be ings to death. The bodies were removed from the burning embers as soon as tbe flames would allow, and the ten human remains now lie - side by side in tbe morgue. . The . proprietor of . the hotel says he had (10 guests in bis house when he retired to bed, and believes that there are several more dead bodies in tbe smonldering rains, besides the ten already recovered, i Several guests were badly injured, and many others had a narrow escape from death, and it is feared that two or three -who escaped will die, The building is a total loss. Tbe fire was caused by a lamp explosion shortly., before 2 o'clock Tbe night clerk at once gave tb alarm and a scene of great excitement and confusion followed. ; ' -; ' Cabinet JHeetlBs; Held. Washington, Oct. 26 The president held the first cabinet meeting since Sep tember today. All the members were preset, t except Secretary Morton. Nat urally they had much business to lay before tbe president that bad accumu lated in his absence. . . Moon. Itelleved. London, Oct . 26- A statement pnrport ingto come from Livadia by way of Paris, alleges an operation of thoracen tccis has been performed upon 'he czir with success, releasing the liquid matter by puuetunog, and has greatly relieved llie patient s breatbing and ttie pressure around the heart. It is reported there is no danger of immediate collapse. Bank, stubbed. Malvevn, la., Oct. 26 The Farmers' & Mechanics' bank wan visited by burg lnrs this mornlug, and it is supposed $2000 was stolen. Nitro glycerine was used in opening tbe vuuit. The building wa9 practically ulown to pieces, ana money and coins of all kinds sent into the streets. The thieves left money mattered over the floor in their haste to gel away. Lpkw Witnesn. Jersey Citt, Oct. 26 Judge Lippln cott today granted an order returnable Monday next requiring attorneys to show cause why a writ for tbe release of Ma tilda Hermann, a detained Lexow committee witness, should not be issued 1 he attorneys for tbe woman claim the charge of perjury on which she is being held is not genuine, and her detention is illegal. Advices via Xew York. New York, Oct. 27 A dispatch from Buenos Ayres says: At one minute past 5 o'clock, sharp, today, a sharp shock of earthquake was felt in Buenos Ayres which greatly alarmed the residents. The center of the disturbance appears to have been the city of San Juan, capital of the province. Ohnrcb.es, tbeators, schools. government cmces and private houses were thrown down, and tbe streets were Oiled with debris. Many persons were killed and injured, and the people of tbe town are in a panic. Tbe shock was felt at twenty minutes past four, the direction being south. The earthquake was felt at Li Paz, in the province of Mendoza, at 23 minutes past 4. A church in tbe vil lage of Mercedes bad its walls cracked, and the safety of the huildiag is men aced. A later dispatch from Cordoba says that fissures have shown themselves in the walla of the cathedral, ahd that several churches are unsafe. The city very roucrj alarmed, lue . newspapers offices are besieged by persons anxious tor news from tbe Interior. The Liberals Campaign. London, Oct, 27 The liberals tonight opened their electoral campaign at Brad forC, where a meeting was held, which was attended by 5000 people. Prime minister Roseberry delivered the princi ple speech.' He said that in his opinion tbe next general election would not be found on tbe borne rule, disestablishment of the church in Wales, or tbe liquor question, but on a question which woulq include all. Tbe matter of lords wis tne greatest active question that bad arisen in two centuries. It has long been evident to bim .that drastic dealings with tbe bouse of lords must precede tbe full realization of other programmes. He admitted freely that all experience pointed to tbe necessity of a second chamber of some sort, but to bis mind it was an absolute danger that there should be a second chamber in the position of of toe house ol lords. It was therefore, as a lover of legislation and freedom, that be implored the people to take this question into immediate ' consideration. Isrowrned. Astoria, Or., Oct.27 Herbert Heobro was drowned this moning. by falling into tbe river from tbe rear of his parents' residence on Third street. Tbe lad and bis younger brother were amusing them selves in some manner in' one of the out bouses, when the older lad tumbled into the water. Too alarm was gives prompt ly, but 10 or 15 m'nutes elapsed before the body was caught with a grappling iron. A physician's services were secured but all efforts to restore consciousness were unavailing. Only a few moments before the accident occurred, the boys' father started down the river in a boat, but he failed to bear tbe cries for assist, ance. It was the lad's third experience in falling into tbe water, the last occasion having been about six months ago, when bis mother endangered ber life to save her son. . The- hw Chancellor. Bkrmn, Oct. 27 Prince von Hohen- lobe.Schillingafiirgt, governor of Alsace Lorraine, as the result of bis conference with tbe emperor at Potsdam, has ac cepted the appointment of chancellor to succeed General Antonio IMprm, and also tbe portfolio of tbe president of tbe Prussian council of ministers, vacated by the resignation of Count Bolho Zu Eulon berg, whose resignation the emperor bas accepted. Baron Uoeller'a appointment to be tbe Prussian minister of the interior bas alto been made known. Tbe em peror's choice of Hohenlobe for chan eel lor is taken " as evidence that his majesty does not intend to adopt tbe ex treme measures required to prevent the spread of socialism. Hohenlobe, although 74 years of age. very active physically and mentally. . Hnrroanded, Yokohama, Oct. 27 Another dispatch repeats tbe assertion recently made that a second .Japanese army has landed ou the east coast of the peninsula off Kin, Chow, upon which Port Arthur is sit uated Tbe Japanese army, according to these dispatebes, new occupies tbe neck of tbe peninsula, thus cutting off communication between tbe port and tbe arsenal and tbe mam land. The (Safe Was Looted. Marshfit-d, Or., Oct. 27 The epi demic of robbing Wells, Fargo & Co. reached this section night before last, when the safe in John Roberta' general merchandise store, at Myrtle Point, was looted of its contents, f 1500; $ 1250 of which belonged to Wells, Fasgo & Co., and tbe remainder to Mr, Roberts. - No trace, as yet has been found of . the mis creant who committed tbe deed. Mr. Roberts is agent for Wells, Fargo & Co, and went home about midnight, alter the mail bad arrived, leaving the combina tion of the saro on. roe burglars effected an entrance by raising a window. A thousand dollars of tbe money was being consigned to Flanagan & Bennett. banker here, through Wells, Fargo & Co. Abandoned at Sea. , . Yaqdina, Oat. 28 The steamer Homer arrived" today from San Francisco. Among ber passengers was tbe crew of the American brig T. W. Lucas, from Hood sport, Puget sound, to San Fran cisco, with a cargo of piles. Tbe captain's leg shows a succession of heavy winds and tremendous seas from tbe 19:h to tbe 24th inst., causing the vessel to leak badly.: The crew were unable to keep tbe pumps going, and the ship was abandoned at 8 o'clock on tbe morning of the 24th in a water-logged condition. The crew only bad time to save a pop tion of their clothing when picked up by the Homer. Tbe captain, with his crew, will return to Sao Francisco on tbe Homer, leaving here Wednesday. Kara the Koatl to Peking;. London, Oct, 28 A Shanghai corres pondent says the Chinese army at Yalu bas retreated to a well -fortified position at Feng Huang Cheng, and bars the road from Moukden to Peking. Fifteen thousand Chinese have been ordered to march from Feng Huang Cheng, make a detour and attack tbe advancing Japa nese army on tbe right flank Lost Botn lesra. Eugene, Oct. 28 Thomas Hogan, brakeman on a Southern Pacific freight train, fell beneath the wheels of bis train a short distance sooth of Goshen, about 1 o clock this afternobu. Both legs were cut oil, JJrs. Paine and ivuykevdall were summoned from the city immediately Hogan is about SO years old and has i family, his home being in Junction City. The Czar Ate Well. St. Petersburg, Oct, 27 A bulletin, issued at 7 o'clock this evening, from Livadia, says: The czar ate well during tbe day. The action of bis heart is rather better. The oedema has not increased. His spirits are better than tbey were yesterday." The bulletin is signed by the five doc tors attending the tzir. Earthquake. London, Oct. 27 A dispatch received here from Buenos Ayres says an appall ing earthquake bas occurred throughout the Argentine Republic. The city of San Juan de la Frontera, capital of the prov ince of the same name, hag been totally destroyed. Hundreds of lives are re ported lost. No details have have re ceived. Will They Marry Today. . Berlin, Oct. 27 A dispatch . from Yalta says that tbe wedding of the czar- owitcb and the Princess Alix will take place tomorrow. The dispatch adds that the czar is decidedly better, being allowed now to take some solid foud in stead of liquids alone. So Anxiely far the Czarina. Copenhagen, Oct. 27 A dispatch from Livadia says, on the best authority, that tbe condition of the czarina is in no way causing anxiety. -- To Hecnre Their Pay. North Yakima, Wash., Oct. 29 North Yakima has been agitated today over the 'precarious condition of one of her citizens. ' A month ago C. . Bur lingame brought from the sound 250 Italians to work on tbe irrigation ditch of theTacoma & Yakima Land Company, of which he Is manager. Not receiving their pay-, and incensed at unfulfilled promises, the Italians arose la arms Thursday last and imprisoned Burlingame in camp. Although his tent was guarded, be managed, by a clever ruse, to escape during the night and reached this city in disguise.' Sunday bis men followed him down, and armed guards patroled his house until tbia morning, when the sheriff escorted bim to tbe jail for protection. There he stayed until 5 o'clock, the force of the Italians clamoring around bis prison. Tbe mob was only dispersed by the temporizing action of the sheriff, who promued to produce Burlingame on tbe morrow. Tbe citizens are disgusted at the weakness of tbe officials, and fear that bloodshed will result, as tbe Italians are all armed and seem determined to have their money or tbe life of the un lucky contractor. Germans 'a Prohibition Order. Washington, . Oct. . 29 Secretary Greati am bat made a very strong repre sentation to the German government as to tbe mjustice to tbe United States of the order prohibiting the importation of American cattle and fresh meat Into Ger many.. He bas protested the action was taken without sufficient evidence of tbe existence of disease among tbe cattle ex. ported from the United States or its con tasrloas character, or , harmful effect. There is some reason to hope our govern ment will be able to secure a suspension of tbe order, for a time at least, to afford an' opportunity for further Investigation, and one reaon for this belief is founded on tbe change in tbe German chancellor ship. , Blnnrark's Opinion. Berlin, Oct. 29 A correspondent of the Associated Press learns from Varsin that upon the receipt, of tbe news of a ministerial cutis, Prince Bismarck . said I knew this la be tbe inevitable result. Count Zu' Euleoberg was right in regard to the anti-soctalist measures, but Gen eral von Caprivi disagreed with them, and either one or both had to resign. Prince Hohenloheia a safe man, but be lacks the initauve.'.' Prince Bismarck returns to Freidersrubo November 3. Owing to tbe state of bis health, the prince will be un able to Bee to any more delegations before leaving Varsin. The health of tbe Prio cess Bismarck causes anxiety. . , Destroyed by Fire. , St. Louis, Oct. 29 Early, thit morn- ing a fire at the Garden theater, Four teenth and Chestnut streets, resulted in the lots of one life and the destruction of the building. Several persons emyloyed in the theater as actors and servant bad narrow escapes. Walter Wise and his wife Ruth, William Stewart and his wife Laura, jumped from a second-story win dow and were caught by police officers and spectators. Burl Shaw, who slept in tbe interior of the building, was overcome by smoke and burned to a crisp. Prop erty loss, $7000. The Whisky Trust. New Yoke, Oct, 29 A Wall street news agency says tbe new Great White Spirit Company of New Jersey is likely to become a rival of tbe American Re fining Company, as well as the whisky trust.' Their plan is to adopt tbe Ger- matt and French methods of refining sugar and making spirits in practically tbe same plant. The sugar is refined from the best juice, and the spirits made from syrups and refuses. . . . Preparations for the Marriage), . London, Oct. 29 A Yalta dispatch tays that daring tbe next four days Prin ' cess Alix will attend religious services in the national church". It is not expected the marriage will occur before Friday. Preparations are being made there for tbe arrival of tbe Duchess of Saxe Coburg Gotha, the Duchess of Edinburgh, tbe sister of tbe czar, the royal family of Denmark, and other distinguished guests. Have Accepted the Ofltees. Berlin, Oct. 29 Baron Von Zoeller has formally assumed the- office of Prus sian minister of the interior. Prince Hohenlobe bad an audience witb the emperor at Potsdam today. It Is understood be formally assumed the chancellorship and presidency of tbe Prussian council. The Wedding Day tjet. Viekha, Oct. 29 A St. Petersburg dispatch states that the imperial grand Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE master of ceremonies snd several other officers of tbe court started for L'vadia Saturday, aod it is expected that tbe marriage o-tbe czarowitcb and Princess Alix will take place November 8. Probab y Crazy. Washington, Oct. 29 Gerardus H Weater, claiming to be mayor of Atlan tic City, was arrested yesterday morning. He said be bad come here in answer to a telegram sent him by tbe president, wba be said, wis going to appoint him to a foreign mission. Honored. Berlin. Oct. 29 Tbe Heidttanseiger officially announces the emperor has con ferred upon General von Capnvi the erder of the Black Eitrle. set witb brilliants, and upon Count Otbo Eulen berg the cross and star of the Grand Commander of the Hobenzollern. China. Tien-Tsin, Oct. 29 News of the de feat of tbe Chinese north of the Yalu river ' has caused consternation here Chinese officials do not attempt to deny toe serious nature of tbe disaster. The next fighting is expected to be at Port Arthur. . - ' ' The Czar's Condition, Washington, Oct. 29 Mr. Cantacu- sen, rtussian minister, bas received tbe following bulletin. "St. Petersburg, Oct. 29 The emperor slept well Stturday night; yesterday (Sunday) there was no change la tbe condition of his majesty." Cannot Act. Washington, Oct. 29 The depart ment of justice bas decided that, as the outlaws committing depredations in In dian territory were ; not intruders, the United States has no authority to employ its regular troops to act as a posse. Hmallpox He-are. Washington. ' Oct. 29- There bavs been no new cases of smallpox reported today. Tbe interior department is re- pened, and about half the clerks are on duty. All tbe inmates of the White House have been vaccinated . . . A Second Army Mtarted. London, Oct. 29 The Japanese lega tion here bas a dispatch saying a second array, under General Oyama, lett i't reni dtzrous in Cores October 23, and made tuccesaful landing at Tallea Wants wan Acquitted. Pueblo, Colo., Oot. 29 Seven em ployes of tbe Gulf road were acquitted by a jury in the United States district court tbis afternoon of obstructing the mails dunag tbe strike of last July. S ept Leas Last Night.' " ' St. Petersburg, Oct. 29 The fol lowing bulletin was Issued at 11 o'clock this morning: "The czr slept lets last night. His appetite is unchanged. His oedema does not decrease." " Hotel Burned Rurus, Or- Oct. 29 Fire at 7:30 this morning, in the wallis bote), caused lots of about $500. There is no insur ance. From Tuesday's Daily. A fopgV morning. Mr. M. J. Anderson, of Dafur, it in town today. - ' .. Judge Louis Davenport, of Mosier, is in town today. A carloaJ of sheep left the stockyards of ft . Saltmarshe & Co. last night for J routdale, , , The town of Grant still ehowi great act ivity, and buildings are being erected at rapidly at passible. -. . ... . The street commissioner is still actively employed in looking alter thoroughafrea and replacing crosswalks. ' - ' ; Mr. Richard Palmer, one of the most successful ftrmers in the vicinity of Uufur, is in the city today, " The exoitement aboot the express robbery till continues; but it is not expected that any mom arrests will be made. A Massachusetts maiden is suing the estate of her lover for. (150.000, because death prevented his marrying her. The latest libel suit is one against a news paper by a widow because it said' her husband had goae to a happier home., . Police court matters have been very quiet today, and the interest has cent ered in the magistrate's temple of justice. - The roads ia Sherman county are in very fair condition now, although after the recent rains tbey were almost impassable. Wf received a call this morning from C. Leonard Ireland, of the Moro Observer. Ho wat en route to Portland from Sherman county. j. . Joseph Perkins, aged 88 years, died at the residence of bis son at Llewellyn, Lane county, last Sunday. He was a pioneer of 1852. , . ..... . . Threshing is nearly finished in Sherman county, and there sre only a few stacks re maining that - the straw has not passed through the machine. Tbe Coffee club gave another of its en joyable dancing parties last night at Fra ternity ball. Good music wts furnished, and a very agreeable time was had. Dr. H. A. Leavens, the pioneer resident of the Lacks, came to town on the- after Boon train. This is the first time the doctor has been in town since May,' 'Around the Sisters' Academy yard hat been ereoted a very neat iron fence.. This adds very materially to the attractiveness of the surroundings of this beautiful build ing. . .; ., .. ,.- Mr. John B. P. Piette, of Vancouver, Wash., a pioneer of ISo'i, arrived in the city last evenine. He is en route to visit bis cousin, air. Louis uonaeau, ot tung sley. A man by the name of H. Rudike, of Dufur, was examined by Justice Davis today on the statutory crime of extortion. The complaint was sworn to by Dr. Dietrich of that town. . T. Hogan, the firemen who wat rnn over above Goshen, on tbe Son t hern Pacific, Sunday afternoon, died at 5:30 p. M. of the same day. He wat about 47 years old, and leaves a wife and family. Last night was one of the times in which the record of the city jail was entirely broken. There wtt not a tingle arrest and no offenders met the eye of tne recorder this morning when he opened his docket. Suit hna been institnted in tbe Klamath circut court against the bondsmen of ex -Connty Treasurer Howe to re-over the amount of hit shortage, $S, 153 43 -Etch bandsman it surety for the whole amonut of tbe bond. The bondsmen are W. P. Moore, ?awder Thomas Martin. U S. Se-eent, Charles S. . Mcora. John Uerlinet. deceased, O. H. ' Harshbarger aud J. L, Hanks. The man Thornley, mention of whom wat mtde yesterday at haying "tkipped" with inndry goods belonging to S. P. Cmroa ia hit possession, was arretted in Portland, tnd will be brought hers for examination. The town of Hamilton, 12 miles west of Long Creek, had a small cyclone one day last week One store was carried around for awhile and almost broken la two. Some $000 worth of wares were de molished. - Wheat is being hauled to Moody's warehouse ia unprecedented large quan tities, and almost every hour in. the day waeons from Klickitat in Washington or the southern part of this county unload ' 'heir freight. , Work at the Locks is progressing in tbe ' usual way. For the past few days the In clement weather baa not permuted much excavation, and it is not expected thai very much progress will be made during the winter months. ft dancing club oompoted of young men bat been formed in thit city, and the first party will be given thit evening at Chrys anthemum hall. No one but members will be admitted to the parties given bytbeolnb, which will be held eyery Tuesday evening; Mr. Louis Comint, a stone-cutter from the Cascades Locks, Is in the city. This morning, he says, be took a walk about flye miles from town, and discovered some very fair granite in our bills which, . ne believes, could be worked into trood quality of building stone. Justice Davis' court ha been busy all day. -flie foronoon wat devoted to the examina tion of the man trom Dufur, aoeuted of ex tortion, and ha was held in the sum of tJOO to answer the charge before the grand jury. In the afternoon the examination of Savaue - and Gibont wat held in the oourt house. Canyon City Aui: Last Friday at G. W. Anderson, or "Doo" Anderson, - at hit friends were wont to call him, wat engaged in driyiug the ttage between Soda tpringt and Burnt hit team ran away while going down the mountain into Silviet valley, and - tbe old gentleman was thrown to the ground. sustaining injuries from which he died on Saturday night. The new plan for worrying train rob bers devised by the Wells-Fargo express company, has been put in operation upon the lliroucli trains iietween nan r rancisco and Portlant. The burglar-proof sales in tbe express cars are fitted with detach- - able knobs for the combination locks and the express messengers who travel in the - cars are unable to open the sates,' not- being furnished witb the knobs or the combination. ' ' Father Kronsgeest returned last Friday from a missionary tour of Sherman and Wasco counties, and during bis absenee of a lew days held services in almost every precinct. These missions are un dertaken by him every month during the summer, and every two months during tbe winter. . Ihey are very fatiguing, for frequently he drives thirty and lorty miles over rough roads, and have to endure many privations. , , , ,.. A good resolution of the county Judges recently In convention in ' Portland was that one half of the taxes shall be due and payable on the 1st ol April, and one-half payable on the 1st day f October, and that if said taxes are not . paid within ?0 days after the same become due, a penalty of 10 per cent shall be added, and a dis count of 2 per cent shall be made on all taxes paid before the time for the said penalty to be added. "A number of recommendations were made at the annual meeting of the Ore gon Bar Association just held ia Port land. One of these called tor a reduc- . lion io tbe pay of the court - stenographer from $10 to five a day; also reducing the cost of transcripts. Alter a spirited dis cussion the association favored pleading in abatement and bar In the same an swer, which is now the practice in nearly every slate in the Union. The Prineville Review vouches for the . fact that the following is an sxaot copy of an advertisement posted on tbe bulletin board in front of one of the leading mercan tile establishments of that oity: ."Far Sail, Snugger, koflv, flower, milatsot, chawin and tmokin terbxeker, Inglith and Gnu poader II T T, beent, drids proont, paechet and plumbs, tope, ryoe, kandelt, cole oiel, koon axel greet, rIsi and kro:k ery wait, eat settery and so fourth; go far kash." ' The last rote of summer doet not bloom alone ia this climate. la foot, there it no last roje of summer; for the season of -flowert continues even when tne mantle of winter bat covered the ground. Away in- . to December when the Irownt of the storm kins; tend a chilly sensation through all animated oreation, tbe perfoma of flowers tilli the air; and even io January, whea . wintry blasts play wierd music In the tree topt, the triumphant smile ot tne rot it more discernible than the anger ol tne tea- sons. An ingenins editor has devised a plan for a grand prize fight that will be gen erally endorsed. All of the famous prize lighters ot tne country, regardless oi ciass or color, are to be placed in a big ring to gether. Al the proper time they are to begin fighting promiscuously, anu must keep it up unlil all but one man is dead as certified by a committee of physicians. The survivor is to receive a prize of $500, 000 wilh the advice to drink himself to death at once, any further attempt to fight or act to be punishable with death. Thit it the latest ibooting ttory, which very nearly approaches those told about fash and snakes, and it troin tne i-ugeno Guard: "Frank Demptey, of Hsrnsborg, made a big haul while oat bunting last Wednesday. He shot both iotdt in a double-barreled thot gun, and with the two charges killed 12 geese and Z ducat. The band from which they came aata large one and the fowls were awimmiog oa the river and aftorwardt on the new oanal. Mr. Dempscy recovered all he killed and the result of the two thots netted $3.25. Who has or oan beat this record daring the present season." . Ho Skipped. Mr, S. P. Conron hat had a man by the name of Arthur J. Thornley at work for him telling goodi for the past tlx ' weeks. These goods are purchased in New York, and peddled through tha oouotry ia small lot. Last Thurtday morniog this man Thornley went down to Hood River, and Mr, Conron supplied him with about $25 worth of goods, and loaned him an over ooat, watch aod chain and two grips. Yes terday morning he received a letter from him at Cascades Locks, stating that he was about to leave for San Francisco; that if Mr. Conron made any noise aboot hit leav ing he would not pay him a dollar; and also containing an estimate of the amont due Mr. Conron, very economically estimated. It nothing was said about it, ha would set tle with bim io time. This information wat to be conveyed to Thornley by hit girl at Tbe Dalles, with whom ha bad correspon dence. At toon at possible ' Mr. Conron telephoned to the authorities in Portland, and it is expected by thit time that he it in limbo, before bit "girl" could inform him that Mr. Conron wat making any aoit about the matter.