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VQL'1- THE DALLES, OREGON, TUESP A Yr DECEMBER 23, 1890. ' " N(
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IIRST BAPTIST fHUKOTBer. O. D. Tay
J? LOR, Pastor, Servjres 'every Sabbath at 11
a. x. and 7 p. m. Sifbhath School at 12 x.
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7
CONG RELATIONAL OHTMRev. W. C.
CcimK, Pastor. Survjces every Sunday at 11
A. x. and ir.s. Surwiuy School after morning
service. Stnutgeni'CoBiiaUy invited. Seats free.
ME. CHVRVll ev. H. Brown, Pastor.
Services every Jiunduv morning and even
ing. Sunday Bchonl.ai 12 o'clock. A cordial
invitation is extendud toy both pastor and people
ST. PAUL'S CMURCM Union Street, opposite
Fifth. Bev.EUJSLSutclitte Hector. Services
every Sunday at U a. m. and 7;:tor.. x. Sundav
School 12:30 p. jc .Evening Prayer on Friday at
SECOND BAPII8IT.OHUROH-C..A. McIlboy,
Paster. ServirwH held in thcCounty Court
-House at U A. M., and 7:S0 p. TS. Sunday -School
a 10 A. M' AU aserordialty .invited to attend.
ST. PETER'S CBsnHC5H Hov. Father Brokh
gksbt Pastor. JLow Mam -.emery Sxinday at
V A. M. High .Mass at 1O:0jl. m. Vespers at
A SSEiiBLY NO. 2S70, K. OF U Meets in K.
V. ofP. hall Tuesdays at 7:80c. M.
VVrAS,V LOBGJ!, JQ.T3, A. Rfc A. M. Meets
11 rut and tbarC Monday ofach month at 9
COLUMBIA LODGE, NO. 5, O. F. Meets
every Friday ewaning at 7:Xclock, in Odd
Fellows hall, Soeone street, between Federal and
V ashimttiai. Sojounaing brothers are welcome.
H. A. Bius, See'y Jt...toTER, N. G.
1 FRIENDSHIP LOiKSE.a O, of P. Meets
every Monday evening at 3M o'clock, in
Krbanno s hnilding, iinrner of Court and Second
ftreets. Sojouruiug -members me .cordially in-"'If1,-.,
eo. T. Tbwipson,
D. W. Vause, Sec'y. . C. C.
"VOM.?.x'S lHtiBTIA2I TEMPERENCE
II .V .J11 me?t every Friday afternoon
at 3 o clock at the reading room. All are invited.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 3, A. O. TI. W. Meets
at K. of P. Hall, Ku-ner Second and Court
Streets, Thnreday .evendig ntS.isa.
... . Jo3Bt Filloon,
W. S. Myibb, Financier. m. W.
A S. ENXETT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.. Of
t ,7 ? 111 Scr""lno' building, np stairs. The
DR. . C. ESHEI.MAN HoMtEOPAirmc Phy
sician amd hOGKOK. Oilice Hours : '
to 12 A. M'; 1 1 4, mid 7 to H r' M. ChIIh answered
r-rouiptly dy or night Office; uptiturra an t'hap-
O SIDBALL DmerisT. a frfveu ior the
; ' iuiras rairacmm 01 teetn. Aim teeth
fet on flowed aluminnm plnte. Kooms: .Klcn of
the Uolden Tooth, Second (street.
R. THOMPSON Attorxky-at-law. Office
"P "ouBeBiocK, aKhiiiKton Street,
The Dalles, Oregon
r. r. mays. b. s. huntisoton. v. s. wilsox.
MAYS, HTNTINGTOK & WILKON ATTmt
i., . "vs-at-law. Offices, French's block over
Hmt Nationul Bank, The Uallet., Oreffon.
I.B.DD7VB. GEO. W ATKINS. FaAKK MKXEPEE
DUFUR, WATKIXS & MEXEFEE ATTOB-
, , NEY-AT-LAWRobms Nos. 71. 73, 75 and 77,
"r-. .... dgvuiiu oiiwi, x ue iaiies, uregon.
W H. WILSOX-ATTOKNKY-AT-I.AW- Room.
. ,,nd 5s. ogt Block, Second Street,
The Dalles, Oregon.
O, D. Doasib. J. G. Boyd.
BOYD & DOAXE. Physicians and Surgkohs
The Dalle, Orefton. Office In Vogt block
Ptaini;entrHncn Second Street Office hours.
t to li A. M ., 1 to and 7 to 8 P. M.
Keaidences Dr. Bovd, corner of Third and Lib
erty, near Court Honse; Dr. Doane, over MeFar
lund A French's store.
W. K. CORSON.
successors to c. E. chbisias & sons.
Dealers in all. Kinds of
Flow1, rain, Fmiitg,
r lii ghest Cash Price for Produce.
I M Bar BJM mm m a a 1 ' . . la ...... n .
pot? One Week Only I Com
mencing Monday, Dee. 15.
We offer our Entire Stock of Mens',
Women's find Children's Under
wear at Greatly Reduced .
Prices to Close.
We call Your Attention to a few Lines.
Gvey Merino ,$ .50, former price .75
Heavy White Wool..... 75, " " .7. ....... 1.25
Scarlet Mixed Wool .1.00, " " :.. 1.50
White Merino $
Jersey Ribbed ..: .;
Fine White Saxony Ribbed..
Fine Natural Grey .
Our Line of Misses' and Children's
at Corresponding T.eductions.
Giboi)s. MaeallisteF & Go.
REAPERS and MOWERS.
Hodge and Eenica Headers, Farm Wagons, aiacks, Buggies, -Road darts, Gang
and Sulky Flows, Harrows, Grappling Hay Forks, Fan Mills, Seat Cush
ions, Express JWd Buggy Tops, Wagon Materials, Iron and Coal,
Agents Sot Xattle's Shep Dips.
A Complete Lineaf OILS, GRASS and GARDEN SEEDS.
Ihe Dalles, - -
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS,
Soota and siloes etc.
PRICES LOW AND CASH ONLY.
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
C6NTS FURNISHING GOODS.
FULL STOCK: : STAPLE GOODS: 7
N. HARRIS. Corner
- btt iiii a - aa rr -m i 1 . i j , uuuiwjim uoini to
.37, former price ...
45, V "
A. WOOD S
Lime and SiilphrHy etc.
- - - Oregon-
Second and Court-st.
from All Pans of
the World. : :
SPEOlAI. TO THE CHRONICLE.
Congressional Proceedincs. '-
Wabhisbhon, Dec. 23. In the senate,
Sherman, Irom committee on finance,
reported Vhe Cauctia bill to provide
against contraction of currency and. for
other purposes and it was read twice and
placed on the calendar. . .
"la "'Committee ' the . measure " was
amended in two important particulars
at tMs morning's meeting. The first
w-as the exclusion of section 4 of bill pro
viding that when the national bank cir
culation falls below $190,000,000 the defi
ciency ' shall be supplied by issue of
treasury notes based on silver bullion
purchases, if silver can be purchased,
or if not by direct specie notes.
The second amendment was the inser
tion in place of section stricken out of the
following: that the secretary of the
treasury, be authorized to issue in sum or
sums not exceeding aggregate $200 million
coupon and registered .bond. United
States such form aa .he mav rjrescrilie
ami of denominations $50 or; some mul
tiple that sum. Redeemable in lawful
money at pleasure of the United States
on and after July 1st. 1900 and bearing
Interest semi annually at the rate of two
per cent, per annum.
Presidential Appointment ft.
, Washington, Dec.. 23. The , president
to-day sent to the senate the following
nominations : Henry B Brown, Michigan,
associate justice of the Supreme court of
tfce United States, Vice Sam'i F. Miller.
deceased.. Col. Chas. Sutherland, Sur
gbn General with rank of brigadier
General, ice J. H. Baxter deceased.
The nomination of Judsre Brown meet
with general favor at the capitol and he
- -A is said to. be a crood man for tha t1k
He is-of Connecticut blrthr" He is said
to be a n&n of considerable means and
has been district judge for many years.
lne x "resident to-day appointod Louis
Wiljiame and Edward DeGroff Alaska
commissioners and M. A, Fuller and
Carl Spuhn ; Alaska alternate commis-
efoners to the world's fair
Crew of Wmkcd Ship Brought in
Halis-ax, N. S., Dec 23. The Ameri
can schooner Horace B. Parker arrived
at Shelbonrne with a woman and the
crew of the ship- Eurydice from Liver
pool for Pensecola. Two passing vessels
refused to respond to the Eury dice's eicr
nal of distress. The crew were taken off
the Parker two day ago with great dif
nculy and the ship sank two hours later.
Indian Capture Confirmed.
WAsniueTOJi, D. C. Dec. 23. General
fcchofield has received a message from
Gen. Kuger confirming the reported cap
ture of Big Foot and his followers, and
the Sitting Bull fugitives in Cherrr
creek district. The Surrender aud dis
arming of tbeee Indians, Ruger declares
practically ends the whole trouble.
Location of the U. 8. Dry Dock. '
WAStriN-GTox, Dec. : 23. The Pacific
Coast dry dock commission in its renort
sent to the senate to-day recommending
the location of the drv dock at Point
Turner, Port Orchard, on Puget Sound
Kilkenney, Dec. 23. Official result of
the election yesterday v to fill a vacancy
in the house of commons shows that
JHennesey, nominee of the anti-Parnell
ites, was elected. Hennesey's majoritv
Learnad Professor Dleas
Woosteb. ' Ohio. 1 Dec. 23 Rev: T)
James Block, professor of languages at
Wooater Universitv, died this moraine.
Parnell Sued For Slander.
KiucawTNEY: Dec. 23. It is announced
that Dr. Tanner begins suit against Par
nell for eiander contained in speeches
made by the latter during the course of
the last poli&cal campaign. :
Sugar Hoae Burned. '
Sew YoKK..ec. 23. The suear house
of Courtright Ensties, Fusileer Planta
tion burned this morning. Loss $100,000.
. , Woman Himg In London.'
London, Dec. 23. Mrs. Nellie Pearcv
was hanged this moraine for the mur
der of Mrs. Hogg and her baby.
Chicago Wheat Market. ;
Chicago, Dl. Dec. 23. Wheat easv.
Cash 88?, Jan. 89. Mav 975.
A Colony of Ten Thousand
; Ptttsbubg, Dec. 21. A special from
lima, Ohio, says : B. C. Faurot, a well
known banker of this citv. who ia resi
dent of the Columbus, Lima & North
western railroad, and largely interested
in a railway enterprise in Mexico.
returned home from New York this
afternoon and announced the consum
mation of a deal with John V. Young,
the eldest son of the "late ' Brigham
Young, whereby the men come into
possession of 3,000,000 acres of land
which was granted Faurot by the Mexi
can government three years ago. Nego
tiations have been in progress some time
and were finally closed in New York
yesterday. The land is locatod in the
northern part of Mexico.
About three years ago Faurot obtained
a valuable grant from the Mexican gov
ernment including these lands, the
stipulation being the construction of a
railway extending from Deming, N. M.,
to Cashilabompa bayou, on the Pacific
coast. The Mexican government, in
connection with the grant, offers $200 to
every family and $50 to every man who
locates permanently on this land.
Young has 10,000 people, who will colo
nize on these lands, and it is understood
they are all Mormons who reside . in
IMPORTANT MINERAL DISCOVERT.
A Ledge of Gold Bearing: Quarts Dis
covered on the Carson River. '
Cabsox, Nev., Dec. 21. About two
years ago 'quite an excitement on Carson
river was caused by the discovery of gold
and black sand. Messrs. Willard and
McDonald have been hunting the place
from 'which the sand came, and have
traced it to a ledge of gold quartz, averag
ing twenty feet thick. ' It can be traced
two miles, and at least two miles are
already located. Out of :twenty-four
samples, twenty showed gold. The ledge
is near Horseshoe Bend, about sixteen
miles from Genoa, and the river cuts it
in two places. It is regarded as one of
the most important mineral discoveries
made in this flection for years. The
Genoa Courier of to-day corroborates the
news of the-fitriJcc It eives column
account and says that over three miles of
IxwIa 1 . .1
A WEALTHY SUICIDE.
Illness and Insomnia Causes a Rich Man
lajte is Lire.
Albuquerque, N. M., Dee. 21. Nich
olas T. Armijo, a -wealthy citizen, and
one of the wealthiest men in the terri
tory, took his life this morning. For
several months he has been a sufferer
frpm insomnia and lung trouble, and
went to California with Dr. Easterday
ior ms Health. He returned home on
euoenaay nignt, out as mere was no
change in his condition the doctor set
about preparing a trip to the eastern
cities for his patient. They were to
have left this afternoon. This morning
ne got np from his bed, and while his
wife was absent, he went to a bureau,
took out a 44-caliber Colts revolver and
shot himself in the left breast, the bul
let passing through his heart. His wiff-
and seven children, two brothers and
sister are left to mourn his loss. He
has a son in St. Louis and a son and
three daughters at school in Santa Clara
ana r?an Jose, California. His wealth is
estimated at ?ow,oi)0.
The Irish Election.
Dublin, Dec 21. Timothv Ham'nir
ton arrived last night m Cork, in com
pany with the mayor of that city. The
i-arnellites had intended to ereet him
when he landed from the Anrania in
Queenstown, and had arranged for a
torchlight procession. Thev missed beiner
present wnen the steamer arrived, but
held a meeting on the quay soon after,
and were very demonstrative, cheering
ior Darnell and Harnntrton. and Groan
ing for He"aly and other MeCarthyites.
The anti-Parnellites gathered, mean
while, and charged upon the Parnellites.
There was an ugly scrimmaee. which re.
suited in favor of the attacking tartv.
The torches of the Harrington admirers
were thrown into tha water and many
persons were' hurt. Mr. Harrington
eays the majority of the Irish in Amer
ica are supporters of Parnell, . although
many newspapers and politicians onnnuR
. - A A
him. Mr. Harrington does not. beliVv
that Mr. Parnell will retire, even if the
election goes against him.
Parnell Used up.
New Yobk, Dec. 21. A Herald' Kilk
enny special says : Parnell is a changed
man. He is thin in : bodv and hazard
in face. His beard is unkept, and his
hair is straggling. That his voice is
husky and ; almost gone, is not to be
wondered at, for he has worked hard of
late. More serious is the fact that. hi
stock of nerve force seems gone also.
San Francisco Market.
Sau Fbancisco. Cal. Dec. 23. wWnt
buyer 90$1.31. Season $1.41.
Louisville Banks Shaky.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 21. A meetine
of the presidents of all the Louisville
banks was held yesterday afternoon, the
object being to meet the .; present
financial crisis and to help a few of the
weaker institutions out of their present
straits. One of the banks is in a decid-'
edly shaky condition, the clearing house
being compelled yesterday to tide it over
to the extent of $50,000. i Today's meet
ing is a Becret one. the real gravity of
the situation being suppressed for fear
of a run on the banks, and a probable
collapse. - ' ' .
- .-. Falling Wall Kills a Man.
Chicago, 111. Dec. 23. By the falling
of a wall of the old packing house prop
erty of Armour & Co. Will Barry, an
unknown was killed. Wm. Devine and
John McNerny were fatally and several
others more or less seriously injured.
Real Estate Transfers.'
The real estate transfers are decidedly
light, the following being all the trans
actions since the 20th. V
United States patent to W. H. Bott
oms for the south half of the south-west
quarter of section 19, town 1 north of
range 14 east, containing 94 acres,
Wm. Dean to Robert Hendrich the
north-west quarter of section 51 town
ship 2 north of range 13 east. -
The latest news under the sun is the
proposition to build an immense tannery
at North Dalles, one of the largest in the
United States, Whether the promoters
of the North Dalles enterprise make any
money out of it or not is a matter of
little concern to the average citizen, they
are, however, making taxable property
for Klickitat county and our people will
therefore not be disposed to throw any
obstacle in their way of success. Oolden
Landlady Will you pass the butter, Mr.
Mr, Johnson That butter will not pass,
A braes-band man went out with his
instrument under his arm the other eve
ning. He said he was going off on a
Soma Complexion Tints.
The cold winds of autumn make the
following advice very seasonable: Rose
water and brandy is recommended for
roughness caused by walking or driving
in the wind. Another akin tonio is al
cohol and water. The white of an egg;
beaten well, five grams of alum in
five grams of sweet almond oil, is said
to be a sore -remedy for wrinkles. One
teaspoonful of carbolic acid in a pint of
rose water is an excellent remedy for
pimples. Strong tea will darken . the
eyelashes, we are told, while sage tea
makes the hair dark, and cream made by
a pint of glycerine and six ounces of
lime water will, when rubbed thor
oughly into the hair, make it glossy and
keep the scalp clean. New York Jour
nal. Springfield's Nurses, . '
Springfield, Mass., is to ha direc
tory of nurses. The board of registra
tion will consist of two from the trustees
and two from the medical staff of the
hospital, who will pass upon each appli
cant. The manager will know the loca
tion of every nurse; those unemployed '
can be reached at short notice, and both
the sick and the nurse will ha Wnvofif
through the convenience of the directory.
jsxrs. - .a. jxicnois is one or the hospital
trustees on the board of registration.
Boston Woman's Journal. -
The Influence of Reading;.
Seventeen veara aim Mima Tirimni. '
Boston, having been often annealed' to
to direct the reading rf
founded a society to encourage home
study. This soeietv. inr-lnrl
- ' e -
half a dozen names, now has a memher-
amp or e4 active students, whose intel
lectual work is planned and simplified
New York buys more lace than ativ
other city in the world, and there are
said to be scores of New York lariica
whose collections of lace vary in value
from $20,000 to $50,000. The Vander
bilts possess laces which rival the Prus
sian and Austrian" crown laces and are
valued at $500,000. The late Mm.
had a lace drebs that cost 815.000. and
another was recently sold to an Ameri
can lady for $25,000.
Miss Ithoda Brouehton. tha nnveliot
is entitled to the thanks of her kind, be
cause, thouirh she haa writfjm tmonv.
two novels, she has published but ten.
in reward, perhaps, of this stoic virtue
she owns a most picturesque and charm
ing home in Oxford, and rpinr a. t
bright and gracious woman, she is much
sougnc were ana enjoys the university
tone of soda! life. .
Quinine is robbed of its bitter
combining it with sugar of milk and
some bicarbonate of soda. Capsicum,
ginger or other aromatica are also UKed
in combination with quinine to prevent
its disagreeable head symptoms and for
Other Valuable ImnrnTOm
The baderer is bv
of being taken as an emblem; He is a
very plucky, persistent little animal
not so industrious as the beaver, perhaps.
but capable of a urreat deal of end
and sufficiently brave in his own defense,
XT- 1 -1 - a
uiougu ormnarxiy quiet ana inoffensive.
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