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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MARCH 34, 1893.
WILL NOT GIVE IT
ETuS Vill W Erratic
MOKE NOMINATIONS CONFIRMED
Ex-Senator Eustis Named as Minister
to FranceTheodore Kunynn
to German t.
Washington. March 20. Republicans
nl the senate nwt in caucus this morn
ing to consider tlte threatened attempt i pointed by the provisional government
bv the democrats to reorganise the elec- j o( Hawaii to procure an annexation
live officer of the senate. There was a ' treaty with thi country, made an elo
full attendance, Sherman presiding. It j quent plea lor annexation in the Puri
was declared this was contrary to all ! tan church, Brooklyn, last night. In
jvrecedent at a stecial session, and would I the course of hit address Mr. Castle said
tnat tne innaDitani oi riawau ao nut
suffer from contagious diseases. He
predicted that the Sandwich islands will
become the health resort of the United
States within a few years. He said the
deposed queen alone was responsible for
the overthrow of the monarchy.
the message of the late Cardinal Man
ning, in which his eminence asked for a
blessing and expressed the hope that the
Catholic faith might soon spread all
over the world. The pope was greatly
affected at hearing the voice of the dead
cardinal as it was brought from the
grave to his ears, and then listened to a
message from Cardinal Gibbons, in
which he asked the bleseingof Cod upon
the pope. H' holiness promised to
grant the request and to send a message
to the United Plate by means of the
most wonderful invention of that won
A LhIik ay Caatla.
Saw York, March 20. William K.
Castle, one of the commissioner ap-
' ! right of the Hawaiian by revolution to
set aside the monarchy altogetlwr, but j
protest against the right of any com-1
' na l tee of gentlemen without the pre-
. . M ,L. irU tense of consultation ith tlie Hawaiian !
Laresst Flam Kills m tne warla10,.iontoatt,ml)ttotr,U(,,t.rto.nyfor-1
FRIGHTFUL CALAMITY !
eign government the nation and the flag ,
j that titer swore to uphold." j
I The Princess kaiaulani said she
SEVERAL LIVES REPORTED LOST wished to thank all those whose kind.
j nee lias niade lei
Ao Explosio. That Shook the Country j ."E.
her Tint to America a ,
guardiau and party j
on the Majestic f.r j
for Miles An Attempt to Burn
seriously interfere with public businees.
It was unanimously agreed the chair
man should wait on Gorman, chairman
of the democratic caucus, and notify
Lira that any attempt at reorganization
would be very distasteful to republicans.
There would 1 no opposition to the
election of Harris as president pro tern.
The committees and cierks have been
changed, and the republicans say reor
ganization is complete for tiiis session,
li the democrats try to go further, the
repul!L-ans will qaoie from the records
of 1 SSI .when the democrats opposed any
effort on the rt of the republicans,
who finally abandoned their efforts in
this direction. If this is not sufficient,
anoiher caucus will be held, with the
probability of a decit-ion to filibuster as
the democrats did in I SSI. The repub
licans say they have the ;wer to pre
vent a new organization if it comes to a
Waui.6Tox, March 20. The senate
cocSnued the following nominations:
L-aac P. Gray, of Indiana, minister to
Mexico ; Joeiah Quincy, of Massachu
setts, assistant secretary of state; James j
B. Enstis. of Louisiana, minister tOj
France ; Patrick A. Collins, of Massa-;
chusetta, consul to London ; Robert A.
Maxwell, of New York, fourth assistant
postmaster-general ; Wade Hampton, of
South Carolina commissioner of rail
roads; William McAdoo, of New Jersey,
assistant secretarv of the naw, and
some ruilitarv nominations. !
The president sent to the senate the
following nominations :
James B. Eustis, of Louisiana, minis
ter to France.
Theodore Bunyon, of New Jersey,
minister to Germany.
John F Rieley, of New York, minister
James G. Jenkins, of Wisconsin,
United States circuit jodge, seventh
Wa ter I). Dabney, of Virginia, solic
itor of the department of state.
Charles B. Stuart, of Texas, judge of
tie United States court for Indian ter
ritory. Ernest P. Baida in, of Maryland, first
anditor of the treasury; Thomas Hoi -ecuib,
fifth anditor of the treasury.
Wade Hampton, of South Carolina,
commissioner of railroads.
The Xarants litt.
Buns, March 20. The British
steamer Coventry arrived here today
from Femandina, bringing news mak
ing certain the loss of the White Star
steamer Naronic, which sailed from Liv
erpool fr Sew York February 11th, and
was not beard from thereafter till now.
The Coventry reports that on March 4,
southwest of Sable island, off the coast
of Newfoundland, she sighted two life
boats bearing the name of the Naronic,
keel upward, giving evidence of having
passed through a very severe storm.
Appearances indicated that neither boat
liad been long adrift. There is a chance
the occupants were picked up by a ase
ing vessel. One of the boats was passed
at 2 o'clock in the morning, the other at I
2 in the afternoon. That the Naronic is
at the bottom of the sea is not doubted,
bnt the cause of the disaster, of course,
is still a matter of conjecture. It is
thought possible, judging by the route
of the Naronic, that she may have
struck an iceberg, though it is rather
early in the season for them to be float
ing in that latitude.
SHIFWBECEED PEOPLE OX BOARD.
Livebpool, March 20. A Teesel
which passed Deal todar signaled she
bad 11 shipwrecked people on board,
and White Star people think there is a
strong probability they are part of the
St aa Hava flaielaail's Aianravai.
( Waohinctov, March 21. It I . i
Litchfield, 111.. March 21.-The most i fced wt that President ClevelaL.i ha
frightful calamitv in the history of this ; notified the members of his cabinet that ,
city occurred at an earlv hour this morn- ! they must make no appointments mull
ing, and resulted in the' loss of 1 1, 000.-! the name of those selected to auu.ej
000 worth of propcrtv and a number of offir ubmitted to and approved hv
live, practicallv wrecking half of the "" The !e 'J K have been '
town and damaging property for miles j d b5 the president in the most p
around. Shortlv after S o'clock this ' tive terms, and it is to a i-ply even
morning fire was discovered in Kohlor's J ch-rks the departments. Another in
planet" steam flouring mills, the mrg- ; teresting fact also became known today, j
est of the kind in the world, located in ? At the first cabinet meeting the ques
the southwest part of the ciiy. The tire j tion of allowing republicans in diplo-j
department had scarcely arrived ou the i mtk" n- cousular service to serve out ;
scene when an explosion of Wrritie vio- j the term for which they were appointed
lence shook the earth for miles around, I " discussed. The sentiment expressed ,
the hork being felt as far as Iecatur, j generally in favor of not removing j
50 miles distant. It broke the plate-1 n.T republican hold-overs except forj
glass windows in a majority of the stores ; cause. Secretary of Sute Gresharo alone j
in the city, prostrated almost every one j ' "'I t have objected to the plan,
on the street, shook houses loose from j iMiu.
their foundations, and jarred the ( York, March 21.-U was report- !
machinery in the Lichfield car and ; , ..,. . ;
that ...... t , . ...
j wnui rf. i irrjH.1111 .iiorgnn, who saws on ;
j the Majestic tomorrow, p-.ws on an iiu-
portant mission for the government. It
: is stated he has lieen authorized to ne
gotiate a loan of 1,'0 ,000,000 in gold.
I The report is apparently e!l foundttd.
i Mr. Morgan was in Washington last
week, and held a long conference with
! Secretary of the Treasury Carlisle. Of
course, neither Mr. Morgan nor the sec-
I. C. Niclcelsen,
Tlie Dalles, - - Oregon.
The oMet, largest, ottcl best innnngtxl
Iiouete in oriool IVwlca, rui DeaUa,
Musiionl Instrument. Watchea.
Jevelr- una Sporting OchJ.
Agt. Hamlnri.Hremeii St(tuiahlp Co'h
V loWv u and from Bump
I'auviT ArrtxTioK. Low Pains. Ur to thi Times.
MAIER & BENTON
133 SECOND ST.
CON. THIRD AND UNION.
machine shops to such an extent
work had to be susjeuded till the neces
sary repairs can be made. It is sr.p
poeed the fire originated from a spark
from a parsing locomotive, and the sub
sequent explosion was caused by the
flames coming in contact with an ac
cumnlaticn of mill dust. It looked at
one time as if the entire south end of
town would be consumed, but the fire
a . I..! ki. ,.r
hours managed to prevent the flames I ., , .
. .. r for jublication ou the subject. 1
Head Millwright John Carve, of. Tvrwtrt mt Gaiitj.
Waterloo, attempted to save his tools Pasib, March 21. The jury in the '
from the burning building. He was , Panama cases todav rendered a verdict !
Tinning and Plumbing a Specialty
"the dalles" or.
stunned by the explosion, thrown
against the smokestack, pinned there
and burned to death, his limbs being
burnt off. It is not yet known whether
there are any other fatalities, though a
number ot serious injuries are reported.
A grain elevator adjoining the mill, ron-
of guilty in the cases of Charles IV Lee-1 aUtract looks in AVaaco lounty
Huntington & McKinstry.
HucccMnni to J. Si. HaDUntfim A Co.
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Ag'ts
Land Paper of all Kinds prepared.
Ilents collect and taxes paid for non-residents.
litract of litlea furnuhed at ahort notice, as we have the only aet of
sepa. Baihut and Llontin ami ronirt i
.i .i ! PartK-s
These are : Marcus Fontane, Panama our oflcn
canal director; M. Sans Leroy, ex-
deputy, who was accused of changing
his vote in the committee on the Panama !
having Floal Ltate fur sale or rent are ixjucaU-d
Ktt 139 SECOND ST. THE DALLES-
to call at
' - - , .... ...,u. umiici; , TII.LII
burned to the ground w ith its contents, ! accused of being bribed by IUron Rein- '.
together with ten Wabash freight cars : ach ; and Ieputie Iugue de la Fu-on-!
6ne Ckaag la ih Hmry.
Washibgtok, March 20. There will
be a wide scattering of naval Tessels
when the naval review comes to an end.
The new administration intends to have
a naval policy which bai not yet been
outlined. Arrangements fur the review
are taking up most of the time of the
officials. One general conclusion has
already been reached,' however, and
that is that the practice of detailing vee
eis to participate in celebrations in
harbor along the coast will be discon
tinued and the vessels assigned to their
legitimate work. When there are ships
convenMjntiy avauable, application to i mentt uli Mri.
nave litem participate in tig ceiebra-
i.oiiB win receive reepeciiui consiaera- k
A Tribal From Blaise.
BiLnsoKi, Mi, March 20. Howard
Carter, a young son of Major P. F. Car
ter, of Howard county, last November j!au(js
sent Mr. ilaine tome partridges with a
little note expressive of sympathy, and
the hope that the sick man would find
the birds appetizing. Yesterdav he re
ceived a pair of handsome gold sleeve
links inscribed with the came of "J. G.
Blaine,' and the initials "H. C. B."
The gift was accompanied by a note
from Miss Harriet Elaine, saying that
her father had been greatly touched at i
his friend's thoughtfulness, that she had
read the letter several times to him, and
only a few days before his death he said
he wanted to send the lad a motnento.
In conclusion. Miss Blaine wrote that it
was a great pleasure for her to carry out
her father' wish to one who had been
so thoughtful of Lim in hi last illnee.
standing alongside. The track is block
aded and telegraph wires disabled.
Mrs. V. Hoffman has a leg broken,
Mrs. K. Bichelroth, sr., her head rut.
The mill was owned by Kohler Bros., of
I St. Louis, and bad a capacity of 2,000
j barrels of flonr daily, and employed 1"0
Insurance on the milt ami ele
rT. Lorrs, March 21. Kohlor Bros,
estimate their loss in the Litchfield fire
! at 1000,000.
nene, Gobron and Antoine Proust, who!
were accused of corruption.
M. Charles Baihut, one of the defend
ant found guilty in the Panama trial
today, was minister of public works in
Ie Freycinet's cabinet of l.Mi. He in
troduced the lottery loan bill, and is
now accused of having demanded 1,000,
000 franca for his service in its behalf.
He was arrested on January l'.'tb.
After first trying'.to throw the blame on
M. Blondin, who acted as a ro-bet ween
in the transaction, he broke down and
t made full confession, expressing his
submission in advance to whatever sen
tence the court might pass.
Started far Hawaii.
Facisco, March 20. Ex-Congressman
James H. Blount, United
States commissioner to Hawaii, ap
pointed to investigate affair there, ar
rived from Washington on the overland i barrels
train this morning. Mr. Biount was
Taa Koaaaah Bvawrtml 4aar.
Poetlasd, Or., March 22. At 1 o'clock
today a laconic dispatch was received
from London, stating that the "British lrrHem.ii la Waaaiartaa.
bark Beemah, from Portland, ashore on Wasmntrros, March 21. The follow-
rocks near Galway. Decks covered with ing are the most prominent of the many
water." applications for ofCice which have been
Xo further particular were r wived retrieved from Oregon :
concerning the vessel, and the fate of Will T. Webhtr, for collector of customs
the officer and crew is unknown. Her at Yauuina bay ; Mary A.Brown for reap-
cargo of valuable flour is probably de- pointment at the Hills boro poetoffice ;
stroyed, and will prove a severe lose to Misa Robertson, for reappointment at
the underwriter. The Beemah was in Independence ; A Hampton, for re-
lort land harbor last fall, and came to appointment at the Newport nostoffice :
this city from Santo. She was in bal- M. A. Moore, for postmaster at Prine
last and consigned to the Portland flour- ville; Ben Brown, for 'receiver of the
ing mill. She wa loaded with flour, United rotate Land office at Barns; J.
and sailed from this port with 16.C4 F Moore, for register of the tTnitd
tion, but the intention is to popularize , taj.en to the
t!:e navy lrr having the ships where
they are most needed for the legitimate
work of protecting American interests
rather than by furnishing exhibition
for some particular section. In other 1 a
words, tlie vessels will be kept at sea on
foreign stations, where they will be
available for any emergencies that may
of that commoditv. valued at f-tatea land office at Tlie Dallaa Fn
. ... ; . at. x . i . . . . . . i
uwuiug. n. jiuunt as i It-.'), fetie Ir't dna n th ri k.. ! . i. .i j
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---t - ... lemoer .5, ana passea out Irom Astoria ! tlM Hon- Jeff M vers, for governor of
official enographer of the state depart- October 5. j Alaska : John I-a'n f,.r roller ,.l
Mills. The partv. on "Thf m rM-k,l in . J.n.n. il . r -i-u. . t...i.
reaching this side of the bay, boarded ; calitv." said one of the members of the'lr.t Kt.,M a:- ... ,
revenue cutter Hartley and were I Portland flouring mills firm. "G.lwav I AI.k. rl P. a f.u f.
cutter Richard Eash, is in the western nan r.f Irv'.A .A ;'. i . t.i ir. vr-.'t
iu TUJ- i noiea lor lue numtier of veasela ht In
Any and all Kinds of Irin AVork att-nrld to
promptly and puarantid to give ajiUsfartioii.
Shop, East End, cor. Second and Depot Streets.
Chrisman & Corson,
Flour, Grain, Fruit and Mill Feed.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR PRODUCE.
age to Honolu.a. It i expected that
the trip will be made in eight days.
farewell ISdraM froaa ILaiaalaaL
Jfw Yoke, March 20. Princess
Kaiaulani was the guest of Sorosis to
day. That society gave a luncheon at
the Hotel fcavoy. Mr. Levies said the
princes and her friend will leave
-" mwrtm i a. pnnccea ana iier inena wiu leave on
Ctscixxatti, March 20. In perform-1 he steamer Majestic for Europe Wed
ing the rare and almsst fatal Erlanger nesday morning. The princes an
operation on Cl.arle Hoffman, at the , nounced thi morning that she would
city hospital yesterday, the discovery j Pre out a farewell address to the public
was made that in some way the lung before she sails, t-be will probably pre
hod been doubled back on itself and had I P Davie said, tonight and gave it
shrunken to the size of a man' hand. 1 to he press tomorrow moraine. "All
' an-j was virtually dried
T aa lk rhvaasrapk.
P.o, March 20. The poj Sunday
listened to two messages through a
Ponograph, and from the late Cardinal
Manning, and the other from Cardinal
.'iWon of Baltimore. Stephen
Moriiirity brought the instrument to the
po;'s presence at Borne. Moriarity
entreated Li holines to speak into the i
phonograph an expression of love and j
blessing which might be delivered to the j
Catholic of America, on the occasion of ;
opening the Chicago exposition. He
pointed out that if the pope granted thi ;
re;aet it would be the first time in the
L.story of the church that the voice of
the sovereign pontiff would be heard in
America. Hi holiness then listened to
she want i fair play," said Davies,
"and Uncle bam will give her that."
it vicinity. The coat is a gloomy,
rocky one, and I have seen the waves
dash against the storm-beaten cliffs to
the height of 100 feet. It is an inacces
sible region from the land, and the sailor
is to be pitied who is dashed helpless on
that shore. That part of the coast re
ceives the full brunt of the Sorthera
Atlantic gales, and is one of the most
dangerous places in the world."
The neglect on the part of the dispatch
to mention whether the officer and
crew had escaped in whole or in part
from the perils of the angry sea is re
garded here as an ominous omission.
at Astoria; Dr. Mullinix and Mr. Van
Dusen, for collector of custom at
Astoria; M. J. McICinnon, for t'nited
State timber inspector ; Jf. A. Ambrose,
for assistant superintendent United
States railway mail service at Portland ;
D. W. H. fnook, for postmaster at
Woodlawn ; J. R. P.lackaby, for post
master of Jordan Valley; Richard I.
Hammond, for postmaster of Klamath
Falls ; Louis Langenherg, for postmaster
atRoseburg; Laramie Mayer, for regis
ter of the United Hate land office at
Orgon City ; R. A. Habersham, for
United f-tates marshal of Alaska ; Zera
r-now, for T. nited State 'Oregon) district
and later and fuller particular of tbe'ja'lire; Henry Ehvk man, for collector of
disaster are looked
measure of anxiety
for the best.
The Beemah wa fullv insured
Cor. Washington and Second Sts., The Dalle, Or.
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Vobk, March 21. Theophilu
Davies, the British guardian of Princes !
""" Crop ntatlatiea.
Washikctox, March 21-Professor J.
R. Dodge, the statistician of the depart
ment of agriculture, include in his
monthly report tlie dates and official
statistic of the principal crons of fur.
eign countries. The present conditions
are very favorable for a world wheat
crop for 18P2 of 2,37 ,608,10; bushel.
In Great Britain there ha been a great
reduction in stork. Live Log have de-
V,C"J i.ow.mv neaa. iM sLort- bad no jurtifi.jation. He said
age In Ireland is ertimmted at 1,200,000 -Revolution 1 the extreme riht of
head. The abnormally high price of ; every self -contained nation, and ome
bacon and pork," contrasted with other j time, the only recourse for misgovern-
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,., w,, ireUj umu- ment; and I am not here to
An attempt was made early yesterday
morning to wreca and burn the Great
blot k, a large four-story brick building
on Main street, Niagara Falls. Dr.
John H'xlge discovered in the hallway
of the second floor a small nitro
glycerine cartridge with
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Kaiaulani, Usned a farewell address last i K'.vcerin cartridge with a half burned
night concerning the Hawaiian question attached. The bomb was placed on
and his charge. He thinks it must have ! ca" coal oil. It wa some throe
become clear that, whatever may have inc,'e" ,on. with a cap on one end and
been their provocation, the attitude as- 1 e IUM ,n " other. The fuse, In all!
sumed by the Hawaiian commissioners 1 P""''ili7, hl hen lighted, but had
Louis frtapler, who wa caught by a
rapidly revolving shaft at th Oregon
City mill last Saturday and terribly
mangled, died yesterday. Hi remain
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