fix? 1 1 v VOL.'!. The Dalies paily Chronicle. Published Daily, Sunday Excepted. BY THE CHROXICLE PUBLISHING CO. Corner Second and Waxhincton Street, The Dalles, Oregon. Terms of Subscription. Per Year Per month, bv carrier .16 OU 50 single copy TIME TABLES. Railroads. EAST BOUND. No. 2, Arrives 1 a. m. Departs 1:10 a. m. WEST BOUND. ' So. 1, Arrives 4:00 a. m. DepurtH 5:05 A. H. No. 8. "The Limited Fast Mail." east bound, daily, is epuipiied with Pullman Palace Isleeper, Portland to Chicago; Pullman ColoniMt Sleewr. Portland to Chicago: Pullman Iiinimr tOar, Portland to Chicago: Chair Car, Portland to Chicago, cnalrcar, Portland to Spokane rallii: Pullman Bullet Sleeper, Portland to bpoltaiie Fulls. No. 1. "The Limited Fast Mail." west bound, daily, is epuipjicd with Pullman Palace -leeper, t nicagoio roruaua; I'uiunan colonist .Sleeper. Chicago to Portland: Pullman Dinimr k-'ar, Chicago to Portland: Chair Car, Chicago to Portland. Pullman Bullet Sleeper. Snokane Kails ho Portland ; Chair Car Spokane Fulls to Portland ; Now. 2 ond 1 connect at Poeatellowith Pullman Palace Sleeiter to and from Ogdeu and Salt Lake: also at Cheyenne with Pullman Palace and Colonist Sleeper to and from lenver and Kansas r " For Prineville, leave dally (except Sunduy) utj A. X. . For Antelope. Mitchell. K'anyon Cltv. leave ... . ... 4 - . jsonaays, veanesuaysana rnauys, i tiA.n. ror ouiiir, tvingsiey ana lygn v alley, leave Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at ' A. K. tFor Uoldendale, Wash., leave every day of he wees exctii c?unaay m n a. m. OHiees for all lines at the Umatilla House. THE CHURCHES. 171IRST BAPTIST t'lirRCH Rev. O. II. (Tay 1 lor, Pustor. Services everv 8bkgth at 11 a. X. and 7 P. X. Sabbatrt School ut .12 X. Prayer meeting: every Thursday evening ut 7 o'clock. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Kv. "W. C. Curtis, Pastor. Services every Hsinday at 11 a. X. and 7 P. x. Sunday School after morning werviee. Strangers cordially invited. Seata free. ME. CHURCH Rev. H. Bbowk, Pastor. . Services every Sunday morndug and even- ng. p inday School at o'clock si. A cordial nvitawou is extended by berth pastor .and people to ail. 1 lT. j"Aijl. i:rtCK;ui union street, opposite jO Fifth. Rev. KU 1. Hutclirle Kec.tor. Services frv?ry Sunday at 11 A. x. and 7J30. at. Sunduy tScbool 12:uU p. x. Evening Prayer 011 Friday ut :30 IQT. FKTKR o C'llCKCII Rev. Father Bkoks fO obest Pastor. Low Mass every -Sunday at 17 A. tt. High Mass at 10:30 A. s. Vespers at P. x. SOCIETIES. A 8SEMBLY NO. 2K7Q, K. OF L. Meets in K. U. of P. hall Tuesdays ut 7:30 . X. ASCO LOIKiE, XO. 1 A. F. & A. M. Meets tlrst ana trura .Moixluy af .each month at a y-IOI.UMRIA LODGE, Xai, I. O. O. F. Meets Kj every Friday evening at 7::M) o'clock, in odd t-'ellows hall, Second street, between Federal and pvusnlngton. Sojourning Mothers are welcome. I. A. kills. Sec y K. i. CLOWTEIt, N. . (FRIENDSHIP LODGE, NO. 9., K. of P. Meets ' everv Monday evenlue at 7:H0 o'clock, in fchaiiuo's building, corner of ;ourt and Second iruets. sojourning meiiuwrs are cordially in ited. bo. T. Tjioxphon, D. W.'Vause, Soc'y. C. C. IVITOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERENCE ITT CNION will meet every Friday afternoon 1 3 o clock ut the reading room. All are invited. rEMPI.E LOIMiE NO. .1, A. O. U. W. Meets at K. of 1'. Hall, Corner iiecond und Court treets, Thursday avenings at 7 :H0. JOILN FlIJXION, W. S. Mybks, Financier. M. W. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 4 8. KEXNETT. ATTORNEY-AT-LAYV. Of- t V. lice 111 Schanuo's building, up BtairB. The raiies, Oregon. . DR. i. C. ESHELMAX HoxmoPATHic Phy sician and hCKKEON. Olltae Honrs : 9 12 A. M' ; 1 to 4, mid 7 to s p' x. Calls answered roniptly duy or night' Otliee; upstairs in Chap ihii Block' SIDDAI.L Dentist. ins given for the Dainless extraction of tirh x twith let on flowed aluminum plate. Rooms: Sign of llie Uolden Tooth, Second Street, VR. THOMPSON Attorney-at-i. w. OBice in Oiwra House Block, Washington Street. ho Dalles, Oregon P.MAYS. B.S.HUNTINGTON. H. R. WILSON. AYS, HUNTINGTON fc W ILSON Attob-NEYK-at-i.aw. Ollices. French's hl.vli M rst National Bank, The Dalles, Oregon. E.B.DUFUK. fiEO. WATKINS. PRANK MF.NEFEE. UFrR, WATKIX8 ct MKNEFEK Attob J NEYS-at-i.a W RcMims Nos. 71. 7:1. 75 and 77. ogt Block, Second Street, The Dalles, Oregon. tT H. WILSON Attokney-at-i.aw Rooms ft T . S3 and 5:1, New Vogt Block, Second Street. he Dalles, tiregon. . O D. Doane. J. G. Boyd. OYD & DOANE. Physkmanh and Surgeons J The Dalies. Oregon. OtliCL In Vogt blK'k itnlrs: entrance on Second street. Office hours. to 12 A. x., 1 to 5 and 7 to K p. x. Kesidenees Dr. Bovd. corner of Third and Lib- ty, near Court House; Dr. Doane, over McFar ud it French's store. - . w.;&T.jnGCOYv BARBERS. Cyot and Cold SE W T H S 110 SECOND STREET. FOR SALE. rAVINS BOITGHT THE LOGAN STABLhS 'xL in East Portland, we now otter our Livery Die OUSiness minis Cltv lor saie a, a onninm. WARD Sc KERNS -X- OUR STOCK OF Laees iilMls6 Umm. -X- McFarland D. P. Thompson' J. S. Schenc, H. M. Be all, President. Viee-Prefilleiit. Cashier. Firsi HaJional Bank. THE DALLES. - - - OREGON. A General Banking Bmoness transacted Deposits received, subject to Sight Draft or Check. Collections made and proceeds promptly remitted on day &t collection. Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on New York, San Francisco and Port laud, DIRECTORS. T. P. Thompson. "; -.Jxo. S. Scuknck. T. W. Sparks. Geo. A. Liebe. II. M. Beall. BUNNELL BROS., 190 Third Street. PIPE v WORK. Pipe Repairs and Tin Repairs A SPECIALTY. Mains Tapped With Pressure On. Opposite Thompson's Elacksinith.Shop. Don't Forg-et the MacDonali Bros., Pxcps. THE BEST OF Wines, Liauore and Cigars ALWAYS ON HAND. -Tli Old Qerrai7ia FRANK ROACH, Propr. The place to get the Best Brands of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. NEXT DOOR TO THE Washington fflarket, Second St. II. STONEMAN, Next door to Columbia Candy Factory. Boots and Shoes Made to Order, and fEPAIfED. Batisfaction Guaranteed. Quick WorV , Frjees Reasonable.; EHST EfB SJLQOli, THE DALLES, OREGON, & French. COLUMBIA Qapdy paetory, W. S. CRAM, Proprietor (Successor to Cram 4 Corson. ) ,J" Mammlactnrer of the fl nest French and Home Made ' O-HST DIE S, East of Portland. DEALER IX Tropical Emits, Nuts, Cigars asi .Tobacco. Oin furnish any of these Roods art Wholesala or Rebdl . , SFESH ' OYSTEf?S In Every Style. 104 Second Street, The Dalles, Or. Ghas. Stubling1,. PKOPBIETOB OF Till lew Vogt Block, SecoM.St. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL . Liquor v Dealer, MILWMKEE BEER ON D1LVUGHT. FRENCH & co.; BANKERS. TRANSACT A tiEXEUAL BANKING Ei SlXESS IetttTS of Oedit issued available in the Eastern States. Sight Kxjehanse and Telegraphic Transfers soldon New York, Chicago, St. Ixmis, San Francisco, Portland Onegon, Seattle AVash., and various jioints in Or egon and Washington. . Collections made at all ioints on fav orable terms. JAMES FJERGTJSEN-, EXPRESS - WAGON, Farnitare Roving a Specialty. Leave Orders at Fish & Bardoa's, The Dalles. FOR FINE Commercial Job Printing COME TO THE CHRONICLE OFFICE. ! FOE; SALE. A nice lot Good, Clean, Wheat Straw in bales, delivered in any part of the city. W. H. LOCHHEAD. THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1891. THE PORTAGE RAILWAY The Discussion : of the Portaise Rail way Bill to be Taken Up by the Legislature Tomorrow. The People of Counties Connemar and Galway in Ireland on the Verge of Starvation. OKKliON LEGISLATURE. Proceedings of That Body at Salem Yesterday. Salem, Jan. 22. Among the bills in troduced in the senate to-day were, ' to reimburse Clatsop county. By Fulton; to create the office of attorney general. By Cross : relating to the sale of tide lands. By Moore : to protect young fish in irrigating and mining ditches. Special committee on Senator Kaley's bill regarding appropriation of water for irrigation and other purposes was re ported favorably upon and adopted by the "House. Senate' joint resolution for portage Tailroad at The Dalles was made special order for.Fridav. CongrresHlonal Proceedings. "Washington, Jan. 22. In the senate Aldrich moved that the senate proceed to the consideration of the resolution to amend the rules by adoption of the plan of cloture. . Point order made on the Democratic side that the unfinished business was a motion to correct the journal of ThurS' day's proceedings. The vice-president indicated his de sire to hear argument on the point and positions on each side were stated by various senators, Mewart arguing strongly on the Democratic side. The vice-president ruled Aldrich's motion to proceed to a consideration of the cloture rule in order, and over-ruled Harris' point of order. Harris ; appealed but the hair was sustained.1 Messrs. Teller, Walcott and Stewart JKpted with democrats. , Aldrich moved to proceed with the consideration of Ms resolution on cloture, and Gor man moved to table the vote.. Yeas, 30 ; nays, 35. A vote was then taken on motion to consider closure rale. It prevailed by a vote of 36 to 32. . Immediately after, however, Harris called up his point of order and made a speech against the cloture resolution saying that it was not explicit enough to meet the rules. The vice-president ruled .against him, Harris took an appeal and was permitted to debate it. He is now reading from an apparently inexhaustible mass of manuscript to kill time. tn the house the approval of the journal is being made tlie subject of prolonged debate. But there is entire absence of the disorder of the past few days. The journal has been approved and the District of Columbia appropriation bill passed. The house has gone into committee naval appropriation bill, general de debate being limited to four honrs. Review of Troop at 1'Ine Hide. I'ixe Ridoe, Jan. 22. The review of troops in the field took place this morn ing aliout four miles from tliesigency. It attracted great attention, nearly all the friendly and hostile Indians on the agency witnessing it. After the review there was a display of the transporta tion department. . There were three thousand men in the review. ProgreSs of the Strike. Chicago, Jan. 22. Business seems to have been practically suspended by the Chicago & Erie road between Hunting ton, Indiana, and this city. Xo train has arrived or left here since yesterday amd no attempt made since Wednesday night to move any freight. Erie offi cials here refused this morning to give any iniormation as to the condition of affairs. ' . Barn and Horses Burned. Bigus, Cal., Jan. 22. A large barn containing eight fine horses, combined harvester, wagons, hay, harness, etc., belonging to E. I). Smith was burned last night. The loss is $2,000 ; insurance, $2,000. It is .supposed to have been causad by tramps. . The Silver Pool Scandal. Washington, Jan. 22. The special committee ori the silver pool this morn ing examined Senators Stewart, Teller and Walcott. They denied all knowl edge of pool. No Election Yet. Speixgfield! 111., Jan. 22. One ballot was taken in joint session of the legis lature to-day for U. S. Senator, it was without any change from yesterday. Adjournment then taken until tomorrow. THE FIELD OF SPORT. Dempsey'v Description of His Battle Wltn Fltzslmmons. 2f ew Yokk, Jan. . 20. The Herald's New Orleans special has the following : "How is Dempsey?" Jack is sufficienly recovered from the terrible thumping he received last Wednesday night to get out on the street and move around with something of his accustomed ease. For four days he was confined to the house and suffered severely most of the time, his body and neck being badly bruised. He was seen to-day and asked how he felt, the inquirer venturing the opinion that he had not been much hurt, judg ing from appearances. "It is almost a week now." replied Dempsey, "and I utill feel the effects of the fight, and if you saw my body vou would think so." Rolling up his left sleeve ne exposed his arm, which was still discolored as far up as the elbow. "Just look at that," said Jack, "the left side of my chest from the armpit to waist is in the same condition. My legs, also, near the-knees, are cut from coming in contact with the ropes," and with a good-natured smile he remarked: "I know 1 ve been in a nsrht. I never saw Fitzsimmons till I saw him in the ring that night. He is a mighty good man. I knew nothing of the fight after the eighth or ninth round and was surprised wnen I was told that we had fought thirteen rounds. I did not hit him mnrn tVian firp timM T4a n-n ti r toll and when I tried to hit him he would stand up, bend his chest out sons to save his stomach, and I could never reach him. All I know of the fight after the eighth and ninth rounds, and I have only a slight recollection of that, is that Fitz was touching me on the shoulders, and I was standing up to fight. I learn that Fita has also refused to accept the Police Gazette belt, and he is right. There is nothing in these belts. I have one and was compelled to get out of a sick bed and defend it against Johnny Regan." COIaNTT OFFICERS' DAY. Sheriffs, Clerks, antl Treasurers In Ses sion at Salem. Salem, Jan. 20. To-day was county officers' day in Salem, conventions of sheriffs-, county clerks and treasurers of several -counties of the state having been held here this afternoon. There were three -seperate conventions.. Sixteen sheriffs attended the meeting of the sheriffs'', -thirteen clerks the eounty clerks'5 meeting and four treasurers the meeting of the treasurers. The county clerks and sheriffs want a system adop ted by which all counties will have a uniformity of blanks. The main object of the meetings is to get acquainted and discuss and consider old laws and pro posed laws. The treasurers want the salaries of county treasurers increased, and will have a bill introduced on this subject. Their -claim is that since Ore gon lia been a state no change has been made in the compensation, while the' duties of the office, bonds, etc., are con stantly increasing. Swindlers Work on the Hegro. Ailanta, Ga., Jan. 20. The excite ment among the negroes over the "col onization in Liberia" scheme, being en gineered by the "United States and Conge National Emigration Steamship Company,'' does not abate. About 2000 negroes came to Atlanta from Texas, Mississippi, to wait for the promised ship, which hasn't come, and the cold weather of the past few days found them in such destitution that the city, in many instances, has been compelled to aid them . There is some talk of bringing the matter before the courts, but as each paid so little it is not probable that such action will be taken. A Benefit to Dempsey. Nkw Orleans, Jan. 20. Jack Demp sey has been tendered a benefit bj' the Olympic club. The affair will take place, next Monday, and among- those announced to appear are Kilrain, Mul doon, Fitzsiinmons, Jimmy Carrol. Tommy Warren, Andy Bowen, Bob Far rell, Billy Woods, Mike Conley and Jack Dempsey. Roller Skating Record Broken. San Fkaxcisco. Jan. 20. The champ ion skater, Frank Delmont, of' London, and J. A. Snowden, of Boston, raced for a $200 stake tonight, at the Olympian rink, a distance of two miles. Delmont won in 6:13, The first mile was made in 3:01, beating the world's record of 3:03;;. Kfluian Alliance Victory. Tohkka; Kas., Jan 20. The leginla- ; nitc ha jvuil r.ci-."iuu tj- in :n-i;Lcril liiinill H. Snow, the alliance caucus nominee, as state printer. Snow polled everv alliance and democratic vote and one republican. . . . The World's Fair. Chicago, Jan. 20. The world's fair directors to-night formally ratified the agreement to put five of the exposition buiMings on the lake front, close to the center of the city. San Francisco 3Earket. San Fkaxcisco, Cal. Jan.- 22. Wheat buyer 91 1. 48?, season 1.42, NO. 34. BOSTON PROTESTS. A Large Meeting of Citizrns is Held in Boston to Protest Against the Passage of the Free Silver Bill. FKEE SILVER MOVEMENT. Boston Merchants Protest An Amend ment Required for Harrison. Boston, Jan. 20. Fanieul hall was packed to-day with business men of Bos ton, gathered at the hall of Mayor Matthews, to formally protest against the free coinage of silver. Starving In Ireland. Dublin-, Jan. 22. The people of Connemar and Galway are on the verge of starvation. The Okanogan Indian Scare. Spokank, Jan. .20. Colonel John Booge received the following dispatch to day from Brigadier General Ourry, who went out into Okanogan county several days ago to take arms to the settlers and investigate the Indain discontent, and report on the advisability of sending in the militia. We arrived here Saturday safelv. and delivered the arms. The young bucks are threatening and defiant, The older Indians urge peace. - 1 think there will be no trouble at present. Have sent Sub-Agent Thomas to gather in the lead ing Indians. We will meet them Tues day at the reservation. I think I will, with this help, stop futher trouble. We will start for home Wednesday if the conference is satisfactory. I.imlt it to America. New York, Jan. 20. Private Wash ington dispatches to a Boston banker say: "The best information is that the silver bill will be amended to limit free coinage to American production. In this form the president will approve the bill." Olasgow Strike Grows Very Serious. London, Jan 20. The Time' Glasgow correspondent says : The area of the strike enlarged considerable yesterday. Burns has induced, the southwestern employes at Hurlford to strike, and there is little doubt but others will fol liw. The consequence will be serious, including a check to the influx of men accepting employment with the Cale donia and North British companies. The New Canadian Pacific Steamer is a Fast One. London, Jan. 22. A trial trip of the new screw steamer Empress of India was made at Boanout. to-day. The steamer maintained a speed of 19?4 knots per hour. The Empress of India is owned by the Canadian Pacific Rail road Co., and will be employed in ser vice between Vancouver and Japan. Heavy Post Office Robbery in Chicago. Chicago, Jan. 22. It just transpired that a package of valuable letters be longing to the Northwestern Nat. bank has been stolen from the post office. The package consisted in sixty letters containing from $100,000 to $150,0(X .mostly in drafts, checks and notes. Villas is Nominated. Madison, Wis., Jan. 22. The Demo cratic legislature in joint caucus to-day nominated for U. S. Senator William F. Villas. Chicago Wheat Market. Chicago, 111. Jan. 22. Wheat steady. cash 8' a, May 87?4(5.S7, July 89?j,'. There is no doubt whatever that the "tightness" of the money market is due to the fear that the value of the dollar may be impaired by silver inflation. This leads men to withhold money, deny credit and lock up gold in anticipation of the time when it may command a premium, guys the Portland (hegonian. Suppose gold was demonetized, how long after that would the hoarders keep it locked up? The value of their dollar would be considerably ''impaired" bv such a procedure and they would be glad to get it in circulation on any terms. It is the power and value given gold by law which makes it put on airs over sil ver and other products. This is the reason that at times gold is able to "command a premium." J-Jant Oregoii ian. m strest Cigar store, . THE DALLES, OREGON. W. H. JONES, PROPRIETOR. Opposite the Umatilla House. HAVE OX SALE THE BEST BRANDS OF - Imported and Domestic CIGARS and TOBACCO. ALSO A FULL LINE OF PURE HAVANA CIGARS.