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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1892.
ITALY'S FINANCES BAD.
A Check on the Triple Alliance Dis
V .' arm or BMrnpt. V -. .
MSIGJiATION OF THE CABINET.
The Situation Claimed as a Triumph
For the Vatican.
UNO HUMBERT IN A DILIHHA
Yfce Banta Fe Wreck Wild Cattle
' c Kcw York Tba Beading Combine
Want Influence. "
Pabib, May 7. A dispatch from Rome
says : ' "Xing Humbert has not yet ac
cepted the resignation of the -cabinet,
nd it is a mystery if he has decided
what course to pursue." Yesterday
Marquis di Rndini, the prime minister
of Italy tendered King Humbert the res
ignation of all the members of the cabi-
net, due to the refusal of the chamber
of deputiee to adopt a vote of confidence
in the government's financial policy of
retrenchment. The finances of Italy
are in a bad way. French newspapers
all hail the Italian crisis with great eat
isiaction, holding that it will lie a check
to the triple alliance. Le Figaro says
King Humbert is in a delemma, and
must either disarm the army or see the
country bankrupt. Le Oaulois claims
that the Italian situation is a triumph
for the Vatican.
The Peoples' Line.
Sam Fhancisco, May 9." Tell the
people of The Dalles, and the whole
- Inland Empire," says Detrick, "that we
are coming." This was said to intro
duce a fact of much importance. The
Oregon and California steamship com
' pany is the name chosen by the enter
prising firnrof George & Detrick, who
are about to put on a line of steamers
between San Francisco and Portland,
connecting with the Inland Empire,
The first steamer to sail north, the
- Homer, will leave San . Francisco May
14th, at 5 o'clock in the evening. She
will bring a full cargo of general freight
and combustibles. Mr. Detrick, of the
San Francisco firm, will come with her,
and will appoint a local agent in Port'
land. The other steamer, the Truckee,
will sail about tne Z4tn. The company
jruarantees to send a steamer from San
Francisco every ten days for the next six
months, and has the financial backing to
run the line until it is on a paying basis,
Stockholders He Bights.
Mobile, Ala., May 6. Chancellor
Taylor has decided that the present
management of the Mobile and Ohio road
are not entitled to the possession, and
that the road must; pass from the control
. of the Farmers' Trust company of New
York back into the hands of the stock-
,mw.viSi aa s-v j&4av bii v suass w uv ou
reme court. If the chancellor's decision
is affirmed, the directory elected by the
stockholders in February will take
The Santa Fe Wreck.
Ft. Madison, la., May 7. The bodies
of the unknown woman and child taken
rtnm fl.n .Lnlr nf V. Canto t.oln
"xr,i:i1 i- vA at
of Mrs. C. Bausch and child of San Ber
nardino, Cal. They, with the other
dead, were laid out in the morgue here,
and Dresented a shocking snectacle.
Many of them are badly disfigured.' The
unhurt and slightly hurt today will
leave for their destinations. ' '
After the Immigrant.
. Pittsbceg, May 6. TheUnited States
government is securing immigrant sta
tistics with a view of amending the
present laws. It is proposed to follow
the immigrant from the time of leaving
Ellis island, to ascertain whether be be
comes a good citizen or lands in the
prison or the poorhouse. The inspector
is instructed to secure all data possible
at the earliest moment to forward to
Washington tor presentation to congress.
Fresno, CaL, May 7. The second
trial of Gambler Smith for killing an
other gambler named Williams ended
by the failure of the iury to agree. It is
believed that his conviction now will be
impossible. ' ' B6th were well known
sporting men, the killing being the re
sult of a quarrel , over a game of cards!
"Williams fired first, striking Smith in
the arm, and-Smith returned the fire,
billing Williams. - ' . ;
- - vJ,. - Want ; Inflaence. '
; Scbanton, Pa., May . 7, -T. ,: V. Pow
derly is authority for the statement that
the Reading coal combine has sent an
.emissary into the Lackawanna valley,
who has seen every minuter and . priest
of every denomination, offering passes
and money for their indorsement of the
combine. In two instances priests were
approached with an offer to pay the cost
of the erection'of parochial schools.
- Stampeded Cattle la New York City.
jssw xobk, May .me streets 01
New York with a band of wild steers
broke loose, was a scene of conspicuous
torment to a panic 6tricken public at an
early hour yesterday in the vicinity of
45th street and East river,' where they
had been let out of corrall, at the fire of
the large slaughter house of Childs & Co
The cattle went tearing through the
streets in a panic. There was many
narrow escapes from being trampled to
death from the infuriated animals. The
loss on the building, contents and wharf
is estimated at 25u,00U. .
- . Quarrels About Coal.
Washington-. May 8. Aa a reBult of
the row raised by Pacific coast people
over United States war ships- purchas
ing coal, the secretary of the navy will
order a board of officers to convene at
Mare Island vard to test the samples of
coal, and decide upon some particular
product of the Pacific coast mines which
will hereafter be purchased by the gov
ernment for the war ships. The officers
of the Baltimore and Charleston are to
have a summer's cruise in Puget sound
When the Astoria centennial is over
ibev will be ordered to Tacoma and
In Memory of Miss Medill.- .
r Paris, May8. In memory of Miss
Josephine Medill, who died here in Jan
nary last, her father, Joseph Medill,
editor of the Chicago Tribune, has
endowed beds in Paris hospitals for the
use of Americans. - Minister' Reid, in
conjunction - with the department of
public charities, completed the necess
ary arrangements prior to his departure.
DIAZ-IS AN AMERICAN.
Accnsed of Yaniee Nations, hy Enemies in
OPPOSITION FROM THE CHURCHj
What he is Trying to do to Emancipate
THE PROSPERITY OF MEXICO FIRST
A Tax System Which Is to Brine the
Agricultural Area Under the
- PlowOther News.
Chicago, May 9. A prominent citi-
zen of Illinois just returned from an ex
tended trip through Mexico, had an ex
tended, talk with President Diaz, in
which the latter spoke freely of a num
ber of reforms which-he intended to in
augurate. The gentleman says : ' "The
hardest thing they can say against' Diaz
that he is an American; in other
words, they think he has too much sym
pathy for the United States and that he
is trying to Americanize Mexico and in
troduce Yankee notions into the halls of
the Montezumas. - His other opposition
comes from the church and the conser-
atives made up of an old monarchial
element which founded the empire over
which Iturbide ruled, and under whose
influence the ill-fated Maximilian came
over from Austria to establish a throne.
This party includes the rich land-own
ers who acquired vast, estates by grant
from the Spanish government before the
independence of the republic. They
have been supported and encouraged by
the church and by all other elements of
the population, which for any reason
desire to "resist progress. It was this
element that brought Mexico to financial
ruin, having always opposed the exist
ence of the -railways and other, public
improvements. But this church party
paralyzed. The present generation
has walked over them rough shod, and
most of them have preferred to leave the
country and live in Paris and other cities
in Europe on large revenues from their
estates, which are managed by agents or
administrators. This is considered one
of the great obstacles to the prosperity of
Mexico, and Diaz is gaining greatly by
his liberal policy, and efforts to depend
upon its agricultural development, more
than upon the output of its mines, which
have given Mexico her wealth hitherto.
He does not think any government can
sustain permanent prosperity upon min
eral productions alone, and he is exert-'
ing all his influence to urge the people
into agriculture.' Not long ago he ap
pointed-a commission to. consider the
subject and make a report, which was in
favor of permitting the free introduction
of all agricultural machinery and the
payment of bounties or premiums for
large crops. He has a proposition for an
internal taxation system in which he
will strike everybody but the farmer,
and if people want to escape taxes they
will have to plow-the ground. He pro
poses to tax all mines and mineral prop
erties except iron and coal, also all -cattle
and sheep ranches,- in order ' to en
courage the people to engage in agricul
ture, for he Bays he will never permit
plowed ground to be taxed as long as he
has any influence in Mexico. He was
greatly disappointed at the rejection Of
the Grant-Romero treaty of 1884, nego
tiated during the Arthur administration.
He feels that our country, did.' Mexico a
great injustice in refusing to carry out
that arrangement, ; for he believes, as
Gen. Grant did, that free trade between I
the two countries would bo greatly to
the advantage of both. . He feels,, too,
great indignation at the publication" in
the papers of the United States of the
bogus etories about revolutionary move
ments to overthrow, him. ' The leading
officials of Mexico know where and why
these stories originated, and they think
the newspapers of this country ought to
be enterprising enough as well as honest
enough to ascertain the accuracy of re
ports befoie giving them publication and
thereby injuring the interests of a
friendly nation." : - . ,
Snow In Wyoming.
Buffalo, May 8. The . snow which
ceased - yesterday, commenced again
tonight and still falls. ' The roads have
been, impassable for -freight-teams for
two months. Not a $ound of sugar or
coffee is for sale in Buffalo,' and in Fort
McKinnev the commissary is nearly ex
hausted. ...unless the snow and rain
cease soon and the' roads dry up,' the
people will be living on potatoes, flour
and beef only. ; -
'. ; ...
A woman named Levntine L. Bouvier,
who claimed to be a daughter of the last
Napoleon died recently in a house of
fame in Philadelphia. '
The lelegram speaks very discourag
inglv of democratic prospects for the
present campaign. After calling to re
membrance that at the last general elec
tion the party elected the governor and
a constable, the head and tail of the tick
et, it winds up with the following : "We
had just , finished hunting up Mr. Tut'
hill's "record, and were ready to publish
it when he resigned. ' The candidates
jump around so that one can't name
them. Tne ticket of today is dinerent
tomorrow. At least this is the shape of
1 1 i iL ; mi "
in in ltd in iuia campaign, mere is no
telling what next."
For the' best waeon on earth eet the
Mitchell, t or sale Dy j . m.. i moon & vo
"E M. 8ALYER, CiTO Esgineebing, Survey-
A. jug, aiiu Arcmucture. ine uaura, ur,
TTR. ESHELMAN (Hohoopathicj Physician
a ana surgeon. cans answered
day or night, city or country.
o. 36 and
97 unapman diock.
TAR. J. SUTHERLAND Fllow of Trinity
U Medical Collet
Medical College, and member of the Col
lege of Physicians an
fflee: rooms 8 and 4 Chan-
-Ucian and Burgeon. Office
man block. Residence: Judge Thornburv's Sec
ond sirecc umce nours; luraizi. m., 2 ioi
nd 7 to 8 p. in. : .
fVB- - ! DOANE-
FRYSICIAir AND SUB-
Block. Residence No. -28, Fourth street, one
block south of Conrt House. Office, hoars 9 to 12
f 8IDDALL Dentist. Gas given for the
painless extraction oi leein. aibo teein
set on flowed aluminum plate. - Booms: Sign of
me iioiaen xoou, second atreei. .
B.B.DUFDB. OZO. ATKINS. FBANX KKNKFU.
UFTJR, W ATKINS A MENEFEE ATTOB-xbys-at-law
Room No. 43. over Post
Office Building, Entrance on Washington Street
me Danes, Oregon.
T7 H. WILSON Attorkit at-law Booms-
II 62 and 58, New Vogt Block, Second Street.
rne uaues, uregon.
4 8. BENNETT. ATTORNE Y-AT-LAW. ' Of-
Am fice In 8c nan no's building, up stairs. The
F. F. KAYS. B. 8. HUNTINGTON. H. S. WILSON.
ATS. HUNTINGTON A WILSON ATTOB-
nbyb-at-law. Offices. French's block over
inrsi rsanonai itani, rne uaiies. uregon.
TO THE TRADE AND CONTRACTORS.
DESIRE IT TO BE UNDERSTOOD
that I have appointed Wm. Butler
& Co. exclusive agents for the sale of the
Oreeon" "lime, at Tne Dalles, and sur-
rounding country. Other parties have.
through surreptitious and unbusinesslike
methods, obtained a small quantity of
this lime, which may naturally cause
the idea that Butler & Co. are not the
exclusive scents of these goods.
Qa Such,-however, is not the fact,
and further stock of this article cannot
be obtained from others than Wm.
Butler & Co. The trade, however, will
not lose sight of the fact that the great
strife to obtain the Oregon lime by other
dealers proves conclusively that . the
"Oregon" is the best lime in the market.
5-7-d6t-wlt T. F. Osbokx,
Gen. Agt. Or. Marble and Lime Co,
JERSEY BULt-"St Lambert.
The thoroughbred Jersey bull St. Lam
bert, will stand for the season at the Co
lumbia feed yard. - For service apply to
David George. -2.25diwlm
, .Ewes and Lambs for Sale.
I have 1,400 ewes and lambs for sale
cheap. . Call upon or address B. S. Kel
8ay, Kent, Sherman county r Oregon.
. S5 Reward.
I will nav the above reward ior the
conviction of the hobo who cutaway and
stole the rope of my awning last night.
a-o-3t. 1. HERBRING..
STRAY. A BAY SADDLE MARE, BRAND-
ed circle 5 or 8 on left hip and J on left
Has been at my place ior aoouc two
ears. - will owner please pay expenses ana take
' Pleasant Ridge.
Dissolution Kotlee. - x
Notice is hereby given, that the co-
partnershirj heretofore existing between
William Floyd, S. A. Byrne and Stacy
Shown, under the firm name of Byrne,
Floyd & Co., in Dalles City, Or., has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will be continued at the
old stand, by William Floyd and Stacy
Shown, who will pay all bills and collect
all debts. " ' - - 8. A. Bybnb,
Dated April 26, 1892. Stacy Shown.
Parties 'holding claims- against W. S.
Cram are notified; topresent them to him
at once, at the Columbia Candy Factory,
and all those indebted are requested to
settle at the same place, 1 as I have sold
out my- business and want to close up
my accounts. Respectfully, - .-4-6dw4w
1 W. .8. Cbax.
Sick-headaches are the oatward Indications of
derangements of the stomach and bowels. As
Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla is the only bowel
regulating preparation of Sarsaparilla, it la seen
why it is the only appropriate Sarsaparilla in
sick-headaches. It is not only appropriate; it Is
an r.bsolute cure. After a coarse of it an occa
sional dose at intervals will forever after prevent
rctnru. . '
Jno. ii. Cox, of 735 Turk Street, San Francisco,
writes: "I have been troabled with attacks of
tiuk-ueadacne for the last three years from one to
three times a week.- Some time ago I bought two
bottles of Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla and have
only had one attack since and that was on tha
scvonJ day after I began using it."
Sale by SNIPES & KINERSLY
THE DALLES. OREGON.. :
Tie Dalles, Portland anfl Aitoria
Columbia River Steamers.
Pssssnser ana Freignt Line
Portland and The Dalles.
The maeniftcient steamers "Dalles Cltv
and '-Regulator" will leave as follows, and
siop si ail nay umaings.
Steamer "Dalles Cltv" from Portland dailv.
(except Sunday.) from wharf foot of Yamhill St..
hdh. in., arriving at xne xiaiies ac n p. m.
Steamer "Begulator" from The Dalles daily,
except Sunday.) at 6 a. m., from, wharf foot 61
.ourt street, arriving at Portland at 5 p. m.
PswTbe Route passes through the Falle.of the
Jascades and in plain view of the Government
Coeks, (now in process of completion,) the far
lameu nna.i veit ana niaunoman f alls,
makina one of the most beautiful and nleasnr.
auic in pa ua uiegrana voiumma.. -
If you are eoine East. North or South.
don't fail to call on the undersigned for
through rates in connection with the
Northern. .. Southern - or - Canadian
Cattle, sheep and hoes landed at the
pasture of the American Dressed Beef
company, Trontdale, at nominal rates.
EXCURSION RATES For nartiea of not
less wmn six ncxeis, gooa xor one aav only :
Dalles to Cascades and return 11.00
" Collins " 75 cents.
JHood River ! .
Intermediate points will take next higher rate.
W. C. ALLAWAY,
B. F. LAUGHLIN.
General Manager. '
THE DALLES, - OREGON
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Ofhcb, The Dalles, Or., May 2, 1892.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said nroof will be made before the mrister
and receiver of the TJ. S. Land office at The
Dalles, Or., on June 17, 1892, viz:
Hd. No. 2955, for the NU KEJi and SWJ
;- " J4. see- M, IT). 1 N, K M .
He names the xollowinflr witnpssM ti iwiva
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
Horace Kice, William Richard, A. W. Whet
stone and Joel Koontz, all of The Dalles, Or.
o-o-otw jutm vy. u. w its, uegiBter. :
It is not difficulties of a
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TEAS,.
BOOTS AND SHOES, . . t .......... . . . .
MENS AND BOYS' CLOTHING,.'....
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,. ...
DRESS GOODS, r.
CANNED GOODS,.. . . . . . : ; . . .
DRIED FRUITS;.. ........ ....
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,..
HARDWARE AND NAILS,.".
We hare bo Old or Shoddj Goods !
First of Our New
: DEALERS IN:-
Masonic Block. Corner Third and
1 SITUATED AT THE
Destined to be the Beet
Manufacturing Center In
the Inland Empire.
For Further Information Call at the Office of
Interstate Investment Go.,
a D. TAYLOR. Tie Dalles. Or.
Which cannot fail to meet your approbation.
- : Selling goods cheap lias earned for us a reputation.
finansial nature, bat a matte of bosinesa policy oith Us. '
HAVE NOW BOUGHT OUR ENTIRE BTOCK
YOUR EYE OPEN
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
. .CHEAPER THAN EVER.
..CHEAPER THAN EVER.
..CHEAPER THAN EVER..
..CHEAPER THAN EVER.
. .CHEAPER THAN EVER.
LADIES' AND MISSES' HOSIERY,,. .CHEAPER THAN EVER.
"EMBROIDERIES AND LACES,. . . . ..CHEAPER THAN EVER.
MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS,. . . r. CHEAPER THAN EVER.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,. .CHEAPER THAN EVER.
..CHEAPER THAN EVER.
..CHEAPER THAN EVER.
..CHEAPER THAN EVER.
. .CHEAPER -THAN EVER.
In fact our goods are all marked
see Us, We will treat
KTos. OOO to 004,
STREET, THE DALLES,
Goods lo Arrive.
ourt Streets. The Dalles.Oregcn.
HEAD OF NAVIGATION.
- Best Selling Property of
the Season in the North
Haw and Complete in Erer Detail I