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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 4, IS93.
Tfi UlTmA Hi EsitlS:.:::!
A HOT FIGHT
Bill to Reduce the Salarit f District
Atternejs Has Been Hade a Sjkc
ial Order tut Four O'clock and Its
Opponents Are Preparing to Make
Thin? Interesting for Its Pro
moters. Sale w, Feb. 2. The greater portion of
the forenoon reseion of the bcoee today
was given op to hearing reports of stand
ing committees. In addition lj this,
two bills were paeeed end eight new bills '
Tbe bills parked were those by Curtis,
paeeed at the special tetticn so ss to enn- j
form with the regalatioos agreed opon j
by the Wnl fineries committee, and by
Myers, to sr. ply to the n n:Ury land .,
' Uke money amocz the popa.aticn so a.!
ail moneys that may be received from j m aimn w(rk
tbe government for transportation; sixth The $3,i01CjO shall be placed
and e-jopmerit of the Second Oregon : sub j -set to the order of General E rook e,
volunteers. ' n(1 sctioo ia tb matter shall be tta-
..... . . , , ... , 'mediate.
Bi.is were introdoced as fuhows; Ey
Bote, to prohibit the detraction and
injury of records or property on public
lands; by Bait, to amend the code rela
tive to the sale of liqiors so as to require
a license for the sale of aoy qiai titj,
whether lets than gallon or more; by
Yyoirtf, to eotbor?ze the levy of dis
trict road lax not to exceed 10 mills in
road districts not embraced in incorpcr
'ed towes of 2jC0 population or over;
by Erattain, to restrict number of wit
nesfes in criminal actione.before justices
of the peace to be paid by tbe counties
to five for each tide nnless otherwi.ee or
dered by the county; by Freelaod, to
iceorporato the town oi Heppner; by
Maxwell, to authorize Tillamook county
to purchase the little Nutucca toll road ;
by Whitney, to empower Indian war
veterans to sue tbe state opon claims for
services, borcesor equipments; by Vir
tue, to piovide for condemnation of a
right of way for conducting water for
The Curtis bill to fix tho salaries of
dlktrict attorneys was reported witb
amendments by the judiciary committee
this morninr, and the bill was made a
special order1 ijt 4 o'clock this afternoon.
There promises to be a lively time over
tbe passage of the bill, as the salaries
paid are considered exorbitant.
In tbe Senate.
In the senate this morning resolu
tion to authorize the exchange of the old
blind institute site for a block adj mlng
the present site of the blind institute,
owned by J. II. Albert, was the special
order, and, after a vote carrying the res
olution was nearly completed, it was re
committed cn a statement from Selling
that be bad just beard something about
lttbat needed investigation.
Smith's constitutional amendment to
provide fur a vote on the Initiative and
referendum was adopted after a brief
discussion by a vote of 20 to 8, those who
objected duing so because they believed
the scheme impracticable, tome favor
ed submitting it to the people, who
frankly said they would vote against it
on such snbmitsion.
Fulton's bill relating to negotiable in
struments, tho one recommended by the
American Bar Atsrcintion, was made a
special order tomorrow at 2:30 on re
quest of Daly of take.
Kuykendall's bill to permit precincts
to determine the matter of livestock
running at large, Instead of counties I
SO, was passed.
Selling Introduced bill to reduce the
fee of the secretary of state for certified
copies from 23 cents to 10 cents per folio,
and Fulton, on request of Morrow, a bill
to Incorporate the town of Heppner.
GOMEZ AN ALLY
Cuban Commander- in- Chief Pledges
Himself to Aid in Securing the
Disbandmcnt of the Army.
ItsMKOios, Santa Clara, Cuba, Feb. I,
! Havana, Feb. 7. Maximo Gomes,
commander-in-chief of the Cubsn srmy,
placed hi in tell squarely In a position to-
i -1 Y :... I
A the revolt of conference mnien
iJrt P. Porter, ivteia eommiMioner
tl PreiJot McKinlev. tee A'd 'lh
!g.ioe. t!i Utter fabled to President
McKin tj ibis afternoon afin bim
of tie eOfition in .ii.banding' the
j Cat-an rnjv and di.lribating- among the
Cuban ioldiers appropnatea
f jt tbe pcrpoee of enabMrjjr them to re
torn to their homes. Gome aleo tele-
grapbed to Major-General Brooke, ray
lie h would accept the latter'e invi
tation to gt to Havana.
The iOJeese of Porter's tuiaaion greatly
j iimpliBes the retarnir. of military Cu
bans to partnits of peace. In view ci
Gomes' ioppueed prior altitude of bos
ti!ity toward the United States, Porter
came here Noth l with abeolnte author
ity and his tender of 3,000,000 was
practically a verbil ultimatum. Had it
not been accepted co more proposals
would have been made.
In brief, the compact is as follows:
tiret The Cohan officers in each ;
province sbsil aeeiet the American ,&-
cers in distributing the foods. !
Second These officers shali at ocoe!
meet at some convenient point and de
vice when asd where settlements are to
be made and arrange any other details.
Third The torn paid to each man
!h:i not b regarded as part payment of j
salary or triee dae for services rendered
I bat to facilitate disbandment of the
- - ... K';.f f t anWin anil t.1 ' 1 1 im
. B I HIT, 1 . I i , I t v.. " -
' crin7 ria!i to work.
Foarthxte Cubans shall sarrender
ikeU ai ml to the Cuba aemb!y ortoj
its representatives. j
F.fui-The committee oo dirtribotlon I
Senatorial Fight Out of tbe Way, Both
branches Settle Down to Routine
Oltmi'm, Feb. 2. House routine
progressed undisturbed. Four bills were
killed, accepting the committee's report
that they would be indvfinitely post
poned. These bills were psssed by tho house:
By Sheiler, for appointment of guar
dians for insane persons; by Pratt, au
thorizing municipal corporations to pro
vide for acceptance of warrants upon
local improvement funds for local im
provements; by Daniels, admitting In
dian war veterans to the state soldiers'
In the senate the morning was spent
in discussion of thecapitol building bill
carrying an appropriation of six hun
dred thousand dollars.
Sharkey the Great.
Ptiu.ADKi.PHiA, Jan. 31 Tom Sharkey
put out Jack McCormick, of this city, in
the second round of what was to have
been a six-round go at the arena tonight.
The bout lasted as long as it did prob
ably because the sailor wanted to give
the great crowd present something for
Sharkey decided to end tbe exhibit af
ter a lively exchange In the opening of
the second round. He put in a left
nppercut, rent left and right by turn, to
the Jw and brought the right np again
to the same spot. McCormick weot
down and stayed the limit. When he
got to his feet again Tom banged a right
in the stomach and left on th jaw, and
the local man went out of business. The
round lasted 2 minutes and IS seconds.
After the bout Sharkey announced that
O'Rourke would, on his behalf, cover
the money deposited in New York by
Fit xsim mors.
How to I'revant Pneumonia.
You are perhaps aware that pneu
monia always results from cold or from
an attack of Lt Grippe. During the
epidemic of I.a Grippe a few years ago
when so many cases reenlted in pneu
monia, It was observed that the attack
was never followed by that disease when
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was used.
It counteracts any tendency of a cold or
LtGrippato result In that dangerous
dlitase. It Is the best remedy In the
wirld for bad colds and La Grippe.
Erery bottle warranted. For sale ly
BUkeley 4 Houghton, druggists.
May be Let Down Easy.
Washington, Jan. 31. The Imprer
slon Is growing that General Kcan will
not be dismissed, bot suspended until
his retirement In 11)03, when he will
have passed the official agn limit,
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life
of jy. Bucklen's Arnic Salve cures
them) also old, running and fever sores,
Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts,
Cats, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains. Best Pile cure oo
earlh. Drives out pains and aches.
Onlv 2) ct.. a box. Cure gnsrsnteed.
Sold hv ISUkelev A. Ilaiislii
day a active 7 lu"
butet ix,vraent in the work of reeon
ttrort'O ia Cube.
TtaiBiM Bas Bis f talteEi! 0ti
HE FEARS A
And He Does Xot Propose to be Taken
la or Shaken Out tj the Indigoa
tioa of Barbaras Manila Pa
trolled Daj and Sight an I No Offi
cers Yea tore OatsUe.
Hoo Kong. Feb. 2. The Filipino
members of the join: commission at Ma
nila have demanded the release of the
launches seized by the Americans ; also
that tiiey be allowed to ftjt the Filipi
no flj ia the waters of the Philippines.
Geo. (His is said to be in favor of graft
ing these concessions, bat Admiral Dew
ey has refused, not wishing to be com
pelled to keep continual outlook for
the smogg'ing of arms into tbe islands.
He also wishes to avert, if possib:e, a
torpedo attack. Tbe use of the Filipino
flag will permitted on shore. The mili
tary and the police almost daily seize
qoantities of rifles and ammunition.
The city is thoroughly patrolled, es
pecially at night. The Filipino tele
graph office has been cloyed by the
Americans, having learned that the
wires were being used to transmit Gen.
Otis' secret orders to tbe Filipino lead
ers. Two guns of a Utah battery have been
mounted. There is no evidence that the
Filipinos intend to begin hostilities, bot
it is practically .a certainty that they
will resiet if the Americans attempt to
Tbe radical independence element
now dominates the Filipino government.
Since the killing of tbe Filip;no officer
by a Minnesota soldier, American offi
cers have not ventured outside of Ma
nila. Foreigners are not permitted to
travel In the interior without pass
ARE TOO ACTIVE
Members of the Legislature Resent tbe
Lobbying Tacties of the District
Salem, Feb. 2. Since the discovery
of the mare's nest in the Curtis bill pro
viding for the extension of the tenure
of office of all tbe district attorneys in
the state nntil 1902, the lobby of district
attorneys on the ground bas been more
active than ever.
Cleeton, who ts believed to be the au
thor of the bill, is as active as flea.
Russell E. Sewall, of Portland, Watson,
of Ashland, and White, of Baker City,
are also again on the ground, and the
lives of many members of the legislature
are being made a burden to them in
Since the expense of the little game
that was being nursed so cerefully, bow
ever, It is not believed that the district
attorneys will accomplish much by fur
ther lobbying. There is feeling among
L-kislators that these officials should re
turn to their home and attend to the
basinees lor which they are being paid
by the taxpayers. The lobbying of these
officials places them iu a most unenvia
ble light, and It were perhaps bettei for
them bad they remained at home. '
Elegant new Pullman palace sleepers
between Portland an ) Chicago have just
been placed in service via the O. R. A
N., Oregon Short Line, Union Pacific
and Chicago h Northwestern railways
daily every day In the year. Cars are of
the very latest pattern, In far, being the
most Improved up-to-date sleeping cars
tamed out by the Pullman Company.
These new palaces will leave Portland on
the evening fast train of the O. R. k N.
arriving at Chicago the morning of tbe
onrth clay an I running through with
out change via Granger and Omaha. 19tf
BUmnreh'a Iron fimtrm
Was the resnlt of his splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous energy
are not found where stomach, liver,
kindeys and bowels are out of order. If
yon want these qualities and the success
they bring, nse Dr. King's New Lire
Pills. They develop every power of
brain and body. Only 25o at Blakeley
A Honghton's drug store. 2
Clearance Sale of Bicycles
NEW AND 2d HAND WHEELS
For Less than Half Price
We wish to clear out all old stock before m v
ing into new store and Lave some bargains.
This is an opportunity to get bicycle cheap
All wheels sold at half regular price.
IVIavs Ss Crowe.
Opposite old stand.
C. J. STUBLING
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Agency for the Greatest American Liquor
Yellowstone Sour Mash Whiskey.
WHISKf? from $75 to"tt.00 per gal loo.
IMPOETEDjOOGITAO from $7.00 to 12.00 per gallon. (11 to 20 years old.'
ALIICIMA ItiMlI S l"nl3i5tool0iiTfa)lon. (4 to 11 years old.'
ONLY THE PUREST LIQUORS SOLD.
HOP GOLD BEER on draught, and Val
Imported Alo and Porter.
JOBBERS IN IMPORTED and
Wasco Warehouse Company
Headquarters for Seed Grain of an kinds.
Headquarters for Feed Grain ot eii kinds
Headquarters for Rolled Grain, ail kinds.
Headquarters for Bran. Shorts, 5?
Headquarters for "Byers' Best" Pendle-
tOll FlOUr b'8 ,0Dr 18 manufactured expressly for family
nse : every sack is guaranteed to eive satisfaction.
Wa sell our goods lower than any
can ana get our prices ana oe convtneea.
Highest Prices Paid for Whoat, Barley and Oats.
All kinds of
The Dalles, Or.
And F. S. GTJXNIKG, the blacksmith, is prepared to put vour buggies,
plows and farm implements in proper shape.
Second and Latighlin Streets,
I have re-opened this well-known Bakery,
and am now prepared to supply every
body with Bread, Pies and Cakes. Also
all kinds of Staple and Fancy Grocer es.
GEORGE RUCH, Pioneer Grocer.
It cuill give
(4 to 15 years"old.)
Blatz and Hop Gold Beer in bottles
house in tbe trade, and if you don't think so
THE DALLES, OREGON,
TS THE CIRCTIT COCRT OV THE ST it.
i Oregon, lor V.m County, rt
i. V. S!iunon, Plaintiff,
Mary W. LrwU, Wayne T. twli indw I
U'l, Miuura, br M. A. Moody, their 7i '
no litem. a:m L. r Jaoodv. exmiton S,
tate oi . Mr. D. Ltwia, dwemaed, ruSLT '
By virtue of ao .xeeution. dern-e Ztr
rail-, duly iaued out ol and under tb
circuit court ot the Male ol Orein f j
eountTcl Vaco, to ace directed andVH!
.tn flay oi ueccmDer, upon ade?rr.o
foiccloiure of certain mortione, render? 1
ereo iu asm court on me Mia di m 1,1
the iilaiulill and iiaintt dt fendanta, in u '
oil birty-two hundred and Fi:ty-iour 4, '
... n - - - - nre II, Q. j
property embraced in aneta decree ol Ioiwl.1
aud nereiuaiier aeaciibea, 1 mill, on tl
7th day of Fcbraary, 189.
at tbe hour of 2 o'clock p tn. of amid dtr i..
the front door of the County Court H
I IM I 'I I V M,IM 1 'l ! II (V 1 I.MAII I .
li miiitiiin to t hl hihit htilsio. f... .
hand, all the riuht, title and iulerest whW
defending or either of tho in had nn ik.
day of June, !!. the date of the mor'mre
i iuku uciciui in uii u miu ucieuuant or t
the defendant herein, hare aince imi.
now have in and to tbe following dner
..n.ioirl i- Kttiiat.i.1 anil tw.inv in 11' ...
(... . m 'laai-ueUtt
TheS'c. SWi.and the b'i NtW. 8cmi
Tomnshipa. aoutb of range 12, tantof
lamette merioian, containing iw.-it acre, a
iiB w H urn . iiinwi, UWiM
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VCllUC I n ' w u .... .uv nia,i iiu liail ()l
Vnittd slata a Cash Eutry So. (Vi. n( J,,,.'
Shannon: or o much of taid property u,l
Mliei. KIU j Ul Ill.ll.l.ilU UK DOIU fttyi
will wo mjiu .uujci i mi cnuuruiaiiou auc
demption aa by lar provided.
lU-d at The Uallea, OregoD, thif tflk ta
1 cc31 11 Bherifl ol Wasco Countr,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Lamp Office atThc Dalle. Ori
Jauuair 1. It,
Notice is hereby given that the follor
nainea aetuer naa nieu uoiice oi nia inter
to make final proof in aupport of his clain
that said proof will be made bt lore the liu
and Keceiver at The l'allcn, Oregon, on &
day, Keb. 2j, WJJ, viz:
Harmon 8. Cheeemaa,
of The Dalles, Oregon, H. E. No. 504i, If
lots 1 and 2, and the K N W '4 Sec. 1, :
1 north, tame 12 east, Vv M.
He names tUe following witnesses to frJ
nis continuous residence upon aoa cuiuit
of said land, viz: J. W. Johnston, W. H
vin. D. Bunnell. II. Ker.del, all of The b
Oregon. JAY P. LI CAd, Kcguv
A Beautiful Skin.
I.adics, if you desire a transparent, cler
fresh complexion use Dr. Bourdon's F
Arsenic Complexion Wa'era. Their e6f
simnlv nisitical. tinssessing the wizard u
in producing and preserving a berfutnui N
parenry and pellucid clearness ot compieu
shatielr contour of form, brilliant e.es.i
and smooth sxin where the reverse exists. :
the coarsest and mmt retu!sive skin, marr
Irecklea, moth, blackheads, pimples, v.i
ridness. vellow and muddy kin are Dermic
ly removed, and a deliciously clear aud nJ
Price ier small box, M) cents ; large box, It
six large boxes, $5. bent to any aCdresn
piid and under plain wrapper upon recei
me aoove amount, n rit tor tree circular
The Parisian Drug Co.,
l:l Montgomery 8t San Francisco, 0
Notice Is hereby liven that the underslrl
has been regularly appointed by the axi
court of theUlate nf Oregon for Wasco court
administrator of the estate of John MrookM
deceased. All persons having claims agi
said estate are hereby untitled to present tti
with the proper vouchers, to me at tho 4
of SianottA tiinnott, in Dallea City, Or
within six month, from tbe date of this dc
Dallea City, Oregon, January JO, imp. $
K. j.OOKMAN, Adniluint-K.
yj PACIFIC RY.
BOHTOM AND ALL
POINTS EAST and SOUTH
For Informiitlnn. timmrrA anina an4 ticm
W. C. ALLAWAY. Airent,
The Dallam, Ursrf
ARLTON. Aiet. O. P. A.,
rrl.on Cor. Third, Portland oral
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