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THE DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1890.
Xhpalles Daily Chroliicle.
fublihhed Daily, Sunday Excepted.
THE CHRONICLE PUBLISHINGiCO.
Corner Second and Washington Streets,
Terms of 8ubsrtjf4on.
Per month, by carrier
Single copy . ....
Ha 2, Arrives 1 a. v. De Darts 1 :10 a. m.
No. 1, Arrives 4:50 a. h. Departs 5:05 A. M.
Nn. 9. Th. T.lmitaJ VBBt lMTf.fl " auu
bound, daily, is epuipid with Pullman Palace
pieeper, roniana to viupago. ruilman colonist
Sleejwr, Portlmid to Chicago; Pullman Dining
Car, Portlund toCbicaco: Chair Car, Portland to
Chirairo. Chair Car. Portland to KnokMiie FmIIm?
Pullman BuU'et Sleeper, Portland to Spokane
No. 1, "The Limited Fast Mall," west
ifutii,, unui, in ciuiui nun I U 11 lltttll rHIfll't'
Sleeper, Chicago to Portland; Pullman Colonist
Sleeper, i'hicngo to Portland: Pullman Dining
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1 bii .iin.air in i vi vianu , v 111111 i.nr, i.iiiunK" LU
Portland. Pn lhuaji-Buffet Sleeper, Spokane Kails
to Portland ; Chair Car Spokane Falls to Portland ;
Hon. 2 and 1 connect at Poeatellowith Pullman
i-aiure deeper loana irom uiraen ana salt uiKe:
also at Cheyesue with Pullman Palace and
Colonist Sleeer to and from Denver and Kansas
For I'rineviUe, -leave daily (except Sunday) at
For Antelope, Mitchell, Canyon City, leave
JJondavs. WeameHda vs and Kridavs. at ti a. m.
For Dufur, KJugsley and Typrh Valley, leave
uiifMiavs. i BsrHaays ana eawiraays, at o A. M.
For (ioldendale. Wash., leave Tiieaeays, Trmre-
UHTH n I H ONWRlnVII, HI I A. M .
Offices for all lines at the L matilla House.
THIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. O. D. Tav-
J. lor, Pastor. Services even- Sabbath at H
a. M. and 7 V. Jit. Sabbath School at 12 ii
i-rayer nieetaug every
Thursday evening at 7
a. M. and 7 t. u. Sundnv School iifter mousing
servioe. Strangars cordially invited. Seats free.
"a r E. ( III RCH n it pdau i.f
31. Services every Sunday morning and even-
liter biini1.iv U . 1 .. . 1.11.' !.'..) 1. -. . . i i
invitation is extended by both pastor and people
OT. PAUL'S -CIIVRCH Union Street. mnniti.
O FUth. iittv..Ui D. Sutcliiie Rector. Services
very (anuday at 11 a. m. aud 7:30 p. M. Sundav.
;Hehool 12:30 r. JCveniag Prayer on Friday at
QT. PETE ITS ifHURCHRev. Father BOK
V? sun Pastor. Low Mass every Snndav at
7 a- . High .Mass. at 10:30 A. M. . Vespers at
T P. M.
S9EXBLY NO. JK70. K
OF L. Meeta in K
L of P. hall Tuesdays at 7 :30 P.
WASCIO LODGE, NO. 15, A. F. & A. M. Meets
Jiret and tlrud Monday of each month, at 9
COL1.MB1A IX1DGE, NO. 5, I. O. O. F. Meets
everj- Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. In Odd
Fellows hall, Second street, between Federal and
Washington. Sojourning brothers are welcome.
1 FRIENDSHIP LODGE, NO. 9., K. of P. Meets
every Monday evening at 7: o'clock, in
ctchanno'Krbuilding.M-.orner of Conrt and Second
dltreetS. Siiilirnitiir mpmhnni ura ...... . i .. 1 1 i . .
. O ' ' " ".lll. J II
D. W . VArtiE, Secy. C. C
-VVTOMEN'S CHBTSTIAN TEMPERENCE
tt UNlOiJ will meet every Friday afternoon
At 9 s.'f.l.v.L' ... . V. .. . I . .. . 1 1 ' - . .
v v ... . iwm. JUL in:-uiviKia
TEMPLE JLOriGE NO. 3, A. O. U. W. Meets
at K. trf p. Hall,ic:orner Second aud Court
wireeis, jnnnoay evenings at T.m.
W. S. Mtebs, Financier. M. W.
A 8- ENNETT,
TTl 1 1 V L' V tVT 4 Mr .
fiCA 111 Uhtl,klin'.H UjyJ lHi ntr 1 1 n T I.
R. G. O. ESHELMANHoMoioPATHie Phy
SIt'T A V 1MB HTI II f : I Iflirt II . ... u . o
to 12 A. M' : 1 to 4, and 7 to ) P' M. Calls answered
promptly dsy or niaht' OHiec; upstairs in 1'hap-
111 IUI AJKJUA
T "I S1DDAIX .Dkntirt. Gas given for the
' ....... nnvwiii vi ircill. Aim (Will
on nowea aiumitrum plate.
xne vroiaen l oom, seeona
A R. THOMPSON A TTORNCT-AT-LAW. Office
a., an upern nouse jiucK, nasnington street.
ThA 1 I .... I 1 .
P- HAYS. B. 8. HUNTINOTON. N. 8. WILSON
"f AYS,- HUNTINGTON & WILSON Attob
JJ1 NE-r-AT-LAW. OHiees, French's block over
rirov iauouai uani, ine Dalles, Oregon.
E.B.DUTTJR. GEO. WATKIHS. PKAJfK 1IBNEFEE.
nUFUR, WATKINS & MENEFEE Attob
Vogt Block, Second street, The Dalles, Oregon.
WH. WIUSONAttornev-at-iaw Rooms
. ,ri urul Knur Viicrt K I.w.lr .w. 1 . .
The Dalles, Oregon.
O, D. Doabi. j. g. Boyd.
TOYD & DOANE. Physicians akddrgbons
upstairs: entrance on Second Rtnyt. ntrira hunm
9 to 12 a. x., 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. M.
Residences Dr. Boyd, corner of Third and Lib
erty, near Court House; Dr. Doane. over MFar-
land tv r reach's store.
w. & t. mccoy;
Hot tirxd Cold
0 SECOND STREET.
TTAVINQ BOU4JHT THE LOGAN STABLES
Stable business in thi city far sale at a bargain.
i. .,,.. -iM; ft EUA-KJ-E
Gibons, peallister & Go
WALTER A. WOOD'S
REAPERS and MOWERS.
Hodge and Benica Headers, Farm Wagons, Hacks, JBuggies, pRoad Carts, Gang
and Sulky Plows, Harrows, Grappling Hay Forks, Fan Mills, Seat Cush
ions, Express and Buggy "Tops, Wagon Materials, Iron and Coal,
Agents for Little's Sheep Dips.
1 Complete Line of OILS, GRASS and GARDEN SEEDS.
lhe Dalles, - -
Fiiflii iiiiillliiisili: lli'i1 lliiil;,
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, 1
Boots fviicX Shoos etc
PRICES BOW.. AND CASH ONLY.
Hats and Caps,
C6NTS FURNISHING GOODS-
FULL STOCK: STAPLE GOODS:
N. HARRIS. Corner Second and Court-sfc
H. C. NI
Giothiei and Tailor,
CORNER OF SECOND AND WASHINGTON STS.
HUGH CHRISM AN.
W. K. 'CORSON.
Chrisman & Cosqd,
SBCCfiSSOrs tt C. E. CHRISMAN SOXS.
Dealers in all Kinds of
Flora1, pm, Fruity
Highest Cash Price for Produce.
W. A. Km by,
AND DEALER IN -
Oregon : Fruits, : ProffiiGB,
'.. AND FISH.
. Highest Prices Paid for
I jme and Sulphur, etc.
- - - Oregon.
H I E" G
Boots and Shoes,
Qaps, JrupKs, iJalises,
THE DAIXEP, OREGON.
In theCirenitCourt of the State of Oreeoaior
D. M. French, reenSver, plmntifl-,
M. A. ChaniberldiTi, defendant.
Bv virtu.' rf an ..v.um. rt; j: . . .
theabove enUUed court in the nbnve
.T ,u ivor oi tne T'lHjiitirt above
..I. me irV uy weeember, A. I. 1!X).
J.,),?'?"1",5.,n BHtisfy the severnl sums of
flMf i.fib, the jiMlKTTient obtHined herein, with in
terest theiwnu at the rate of )U per ceut. ter an
num smee November 17, A. O. WX, and faoo at
torney'H fees, and V15.2S costa of -suit and accru
ing costs, by levying upon and elrar in the
manner provided by law for the sale of real prop
SVwi e-y,'",U5 " the rhro,otlendlnfere5t
to the following described realeatate: Thenorth
westanarter of aKnn t . . .
Jand situate in the town of PrattnviHe.com-
ineneing at the aouthwest corner of T. W. Mac
" Hjt "nd running thence aonth a rods,
LI rWl OP Milt 1 A nulu thiM e a
ejrt 1 rod" to the place of beginnine, in Waseo
"fy. Oreg)n, I levied npon said real estate
r-" " "crauiuer, and to satisfy
nh several sums and accmine costs, 1
ftgriprr-?! in hand, nt tbe couit bona door,
in DUJ.e8jt. in sai l cont t1 Waaeo, im
in the ttltejiio n. I. L i'.Tl'S
- -l-l . ! neiiff of We. :... v. ;..'-'
$500 Reward! - .
i .We y111 reward for any case of
Liver (xmrplaJnt, Dyspepda. Sick Headache, In
digestion, Constipation or Ceetivenevs we cannot
eure with West's Vegetable Lfcrer Pills, when the
directions are strictly complied wHtu They are
purely vegetable, and sever fall to give aiiifv
El,?- ur Coated- Large boxes containing a)
rlUa, 25 cents. Beware of counterfeits and imi-S?rVS"?-
T,be genuine manufactured only by
T.II?J,,5N C- WFST COMPANY, CHIGAGO,
V BLAKELET HOUGHTON, -
0 , c -Preaoription Draggists, '
1 T'iri rVni LiMin "iiM.fi 'ill iThM
News from All Parts
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE.
A TERRIBLE BUZZARD.
Special from the Indian Quarter
Friendly Indian Joining; tbe Hostile.
Omaha, Neb., Dec. 41. A Bee special
from Kaehville says : A blinding enow
storm which is fast assuming the pro
portions of a blizzard, is raging here and
at the agency since 9 o'clock this morn
ing. Advices are that a desultory fight
was kept up nearly all night at the battle
ground within a few miles of the agency
until by reason of the suspicions actions
of alleged friendly Indians in camp near
tne agency the troops were called in
from the field.
The question on every hand is "what
has become of the supposedly large
number of friendly bucks located south
of the agency until yesterday?" A
half-breed courier who was through that
ramp last night reports that nearly
every able-bodied Indian in this outfit
had quietly slipped away after dusk and
joined the hostile forces. The friendly
Indians at Pine Eidge now, he says, are
principally squaws and those not able to
Up to 11 o'clock this morning every
thing was reported quiet. That further
desperate fighting will occur there seems
no doubt. During this storm the In
dians would have great advantage.
Danger is that the Indians will now
break away to their strongholds in the
Bad Lands and will be reinforced by
the Rosebud, Standing Rock and other
Eight more dead soldiers were
brought to the agency after dark last
THE IT. P., ENJOIEl.
The 8na.z Judgment of That Koad May
Coat it HeavIJj.
Omaka, Dec. 31. A temDorarv injunc
tion has been granted on the petition of
fc-rnest Mull of Omaha, to prevent $ 100,
000 in bonds voted bv the citv to aid tbe
TTnioa Pacific R. 3n the construction
of a I hjou depot here, from being turned
over to that company, Tbe injunction is
based on the grotusd that the Union
Pacific should allow all roads access to
the depot on reasonable terms. .! it
now shows a disposition to violate the
contract. Hearing is set for January 5
The -Sequel to
Mining - IIh-
Wtlkesbaehb, 3a., Dec. 31. A hast
ly serael is being enacted to-lay to the
mgnwnl disaster which occurred in the
the abaft of the Xehigh and Wilkesbarre
oai -Co., at South Wilkesbaare, last
March, when eight miners were impria
1 t r. .
ujicu. -iicer repeated enorts to secure
the bodies, tyro were recovered to-dav
and others will probably be found before
Killed -the Postmaster In Serf Defense.
Cahbollto.v, SEks.. Dec. 31. At tho
preliiniiiiary examination of McBride
yesterday for the killing tH J.
:iiaunem's, Keputnican postmaster at
this place, lafit Christmas, twenty-five
Matthews, KepuhJican postmaster
or thirw witnesfl vai im;r,n,i
After exbaustive arguments it was de
cided thai. McBride acted in se3f alftnnw
.and he .wm discharged.
The Kcapet Arizona Vrtutmm.
Tjjcso-h, . Arizona, Dec. 3L The
eseajed mnrderere, 9'erdugo and Juan
Jaciuto, have been -surrounded in the
Black hills three miles from !here.
Another posse left for -the scene. It is
expected they will bring Verdugo Lack,
by nigbt dead or alive. The refugee .are
Matter it it Never la. I
Londok, Dec. 31. No announcement
has yet been invade' as to when and
where the next conference .between Pai--
nell and O'Brien will take place.
SACBAMNTO'iCal. - Tkv. SI Jttm, ' Wot!
erman v to-day commn ted the life .sen-:
tenceol A. tt. ' Williams, convicted of
murder, June It S4 .tj Ai&.-n ytatrs.
.Wasuingto.v,' Dec-. 3l' The comr it
tee Oft immigration to-diy began inves
tigation into the purchase of American
industries by foreign capital.
AoGrsTA, Ga., Dec. 30. Augusta had
a flOOjOOp lire this; morning. ; ' A aum-
wr vi ttvutvg were Dnrned. . .
CpUer Than In The Dalles.
FAiarnsta, Maine, Dec. 31 The ther
mometer registered 60 degrees below
Tt--i - i
EQUITABLE FREIGHT RATES.
The Spokane Board of Trade "Will
mand a Change In the Ordar
Spokane Falls, Dec. 29. A special
meetine of the Board of Trade has been
called for Wednesday evening, to take
steps looking to the securing of more
equitable freight rates. This action is
in response to the universal demand of
shippers and citizens generally. Spo
kane has always labored against a
remarkable discrimination in favor of
j4eMninal-points SOOwiles- further west.
.Kates nave always been so adjusted that
eastern merchandise" could be carried
through this city, over a mountain range
10,000 feet high, to Portland and Puget
sound, and from there distributed to the
country surrounding Spokane Falls. It
is claimed by merchants here and by
farmers of the surrounding country, that
if the transcontinental railroads had
made Spokane their distributing point.
instead of hauling freight 500 miles
further and back, they would have had
sufficient rolling stock to handle the
grain crop instead of blockading the
wheat district. Spokane will make a
united stand, and proposes to convince
the railway managers that the present
ruinous competition with water hauls is
entirely unnecessary and that their in
terests should induce them to save the
enormous waste of energy, now thrown
away, by laying down upon this side of
the Cascade mountains everv pound of
freight distributed between that range
and the Rocky mountains, This would
cause a revolution in the existing rail
way plans, a change that it is believed
here the railroads themselves will gladly
welcome, in order to avoid the cheap
haul to seaport terminals. Spokane
now has more actual lines of road than
any other Pacific coast city, and has re
ceived this year, notwithstanding these
disadvantages, nearly 400,000,000 pounds
of transcontinental freight.
TRAIN NEWSBOY MURDERED
A liurly Ruffian Deliberately. Shoots
Tacoma, Dec. 29. Passengers on the
Northern Pacific overland tell of a horri
ble crime committed' on the train" near
Dickinson, Dak. A passenger, huge,
brawny and rough, asked the newsboy
to bring him some cigars. He returned
with a box, - and asked 15 cents each 5or
them. The passengor grumbled, .tout
paid it. The boy a few hours later., ithis
side of Mandan. passed thronah with
oranges. The same man took throe and
ate two. and then asked . the i price
.When, he was told he again mised-A howl
on t be 'price, called the boy haru names
as Ik was leaving the car, -anil as the
boy opened the car door-he itsed a shot
at him, taking effect in the flick of his
neck. The bov etasreered and fell.
Several of the passengers seizwi the burlj i
3 l i , . m l rrM. '
uiuruerer, aim securely uoujiu mm. ir
dead boy and his" luardewr were se it
back . to Dickinson on ttes eastbou
overland. Their names fccould not t;
SHIPYARD FOR THE SOU: CD.
"Steel Whaleback" Veanela to Be.' KDn..
for the CoasvtCVrade. '
Mi.vneapolis, Dec. Ifi). A specaal from
f3)iluth, Minn., to the Tribune., savs it
w.as definitely settledJo-day that Cap-
Uaiu 3 IcDougall, manager of the Stwl
JJarge ; Company, wiH start for the
'Pacific coast in ten darj s to establish a
shipyai-d on Puget Bound for building
Pacific coast in ten davs to establish a
steel Fhaleback" vessels for the Pacific
coast t rade. The crenpanv ba ,,k.
m&ted l lans for its teroiliar stvle of ve-a.
-sel to th e United States navy, and if the
government lets any contracts to the
company a ship yard wilt be established
on the At lantic coast. The Pueet snnn
yawl will '?ost $1,000,000.
BOY A.VI FATHERl DESERTED.
A Kafcthless 'Wife Leaves Her Child at the
! Point of Dea th.
TA. on r
afternoon James Palmer, a wood hauler
returned from, the mountains, found his
ultle juae-yea r-old boy eick with diph
theria and alonie in the Louse, and his
wife gone off with a man named Wise
man, jv -well-known Eureka flat rancher.
It is supposed that the guilty pair has
skipped out for California. Palmer Wt .
home Sunday morning for a load of wood I
tearing hi wife attennino- n v.a !
.. . o vuu nil J.
bov. 1VJ ess lv re tr.rnetf thin
he fccra.l ti4 hild . had been without
bttendon feM Jte. ia ; lefc.-e hia w'e
left. " '
Uronth u 'Wheat States.
Chicago, Dec. 29. The Farmeri Re
view says a severe tlrouth prevails, over a
large section of the wheat-producing
states, Illinois suffering the most
severely. Reports from oiinetv rvmni;
of that state show that'vonlv twnf
have even a fair supply.
-San Francisco Market.
San FiANcisco, Cal. Dec. 31. Wheat
THE INDIAN WAR.
General Miles Glrea the Amount of Our
IjOKSHostlles Coining inv
Washington, Dec. 31. General Scho
field this morning received the following
telegram from General Miles dated
Chadron, Neb., Dec. 30. I reported
yesterday statements received from Col.
Forsythe through General Brook, and I
am now informed that losses in that
affair were Captain Wallace of the 7th
cavalry and twenty-five men killed.
Lieutenant. Garlington and thirty-four
men wounded. Lieutenant Haver-
thorne of the 2d cavalry reports about
three hundred Indians that were at or
near the agency at that time are now
here. General Brook reports that h
expects some will return. About 500
men now belong to the hostile element.
I expect to be at the agency to-morrow "
morning and will report more hi detail. ,
Ingall's Senatorial Campaign.
Kansas Citv, Mo., Dec. 29. The $tar
this evening says: Chairman Buchr iTiaIir
of the Kansas republican state e j'ntrai
committee, said to-day that thr great
work before the friends of Ingal' ,g to
prevent, if possible, the allia m
from caucusing. If thev eo in .
he said, the man they nomins
elected on the first ballot. i dispatch
from Topeka, however, sa ,,
will be called for the evenii t v.
"nv.uwiiiig ttA icginu
has arrived at Topeka. an
.d is managing
his own campaign.
Chicago, 111. Dec. 3
, Wheat steady.
Jan. 89y,, May 08(3i
Kate Field doesn't
. seem to understand
. congressmen sit on
iev tire thus -able to
whv "some of our
their spines." Th
"get their backs u
Exorcising a Gl
For some tim
' aoM wUa Jloly Waiter.
e 'there 7tias been a'gretit
Jaraiqg aihaunted hww
i..aboa ei'iht! miles tirova.
deal of talk re
which stands o
Osb ihedfjafe fejf;hc -property-Jagher.
lio'is-one C. the
rsiofsfrren county. 4
rft the: $icet rapping in the
A Tar. anil near, and investi
Aios werecDrganized, which sat
the trfaort. The
of Dan Gal
gatingpai tip to met
occurred -shortly before mid
ad (continued several minutes,
ithe! boldest of the investigators
ut to the -window, but could see
46- Theitapping. however.
aemease-onotheir snnmo .v.
tffiifix'the ghost. He secured a ves
ntainiu holy water from the
oaixast i.i the presence of many curi-
pectatora, several of whom had
Jome from . a : distance.
The.scenovwas a most dramatic one.
7 v. . ana re
moved Jus hat, which was the signal for
ttne others -to
. . ouuiumng rne
anaow profusely with the holy watet
JJan in tragic tones thus addressed the
uiaauue visitor: , - .
-If you.aie a bad spirit depart hence
and never return. If you are a good
pn-Lt.conie forth and show yourself
Several minutes of profound silence
iapsed- but there
again sprinkled the window and repeated
hw vocation. Still 110 ghost appeared,
pd it is xad that no more tappings have
disturbec the rest of the Fries family
and tho ghost or mischievous neighbor
A Race Between Two Great Statea.
aen years ago Kansas and Nebraska
entered oa a race for supremacy It
is not over yet. for . Nebraska - and I
perhaps Kansas has yet broad lands
th 6ett1"0 Plow; but we are.
enabled by the recent census to note'
te results so far. It was not an equal
contest, for Kansas had many advan
tages; she had already w 1880 more tham
twice the population of Nebraska 996 -096
to 453,402-and she wlus almost the
best advertised Rrt in i tt
- v..v uiuuu. A -IOW
does the comparison stand now?
Kansas' population today is 1,423 48.1
jucrease, 427.389. or 42 1(M1 r
The popnlation of Nebraska is now 1 056 -793;
increase. 604.891 - isqi
. j .,. ' njcr cent.
And still we grow.
f Tr yra a5Kanw stood twentieth
orthe states of the Union in population
today she is m the same rank, or at most
rnneteenth. Ten years ago Nebraska,
with her Jess than half million popuS
faou, stood thirtieth in the list. Since
toen Bhe has distanced v
P610' ana now si
petitors, and now stands twenty-seventh.
A Novelty in Hanikerrhlf Deala;n
The various ideas of crests, moao
arns, initials and other device
fil? fOT.i aggrandizement or identi
fication of the owner have been woiked
to death. There is a novelty, WeveT
in handkerchief decoration -tt-TS"
reached a noticeable degree of popularity
m a very short time. It is the plan 3
having the photosraDh of -wif X-,iL
or sweetheart, or your own'phvRioi
it w IrTT corner or the article,
ther in linen or silk. The chemical
process have been perfected so that the
hkeness will neither wash out of n
- .inn??", th? fabric fc