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THE DALLES, OREGON, THURSDAY; FEBRUARY 12, 1891.
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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
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in Opera House Block, Washington Street,
The Dalles, Oregon
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ITS Second St. . The Dalles, Or.
MM OF A NEW ERA.
The Portage Railway Bill Passed the
; House Last Evening by a Vote ''.
1 Fifty-Two to One. ; . ,
THE SENATE HAS CONCURRED.
There's manic In the air to-day,
It's comlns; 'cross the plains
Unmindful of the blinding snow,
And heedless of the 'rains.
THK .rORTAOK RAILROAD.
It Passes the House In Last Night's
, Salem, Feb. 12. The house yesterday
passed Senator Watkins Portage Railway
bill, and Raley'a irrigation bill. The
bills are now through both houses..
AGAIN, THE ROAD. '.'
Confirmation of 'its Passage The Tygh
Mountain Koad Bill Passed.
Salem, Feb. 12. Special to the
Chronicle Senator Watkins bill ap
propriating $60,000 for a portage railroad
at the Cascades passed the house last
night Jennings alone "voted nay---and
was concurred in by the senate this
morning. . .
Representative Johnston's bill for
(5000 for Tygh hill wagoa road has passed
the senate and both, go to the governor
for his approval.' 1 ''
A TBMNEE8EE "BOOM." ',
The Tennee.ee River Ontside Its Banks
t , and Still RUlng. .
Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 12. The
Tenneesee nver has passed the danger
line of thirty-three feet and is still rising
steady. Thousands of loes have drifted
past from the wreck of the boom at
London, entailing a loss of $40,000. The
stream is out of the bank. : Peorle in
the low places on the' north: side are tak
ing shelter elsewhere A big rise coming
down from headwaters. . -
. Another JTrisjhtfnl JBoller Kxploslon.
: Quebec, Eeb. . 12. This morning4, a
boiler in: the Quebec Worsted. Co's.,
factory ' at Hare Point exDloded. com
pletely demolishing the " engine,- house
ana about bait of the factory. A large
number of' hands were killed, thirty
bodies have been removed up to latest
accounts.,, :-.; .-.v..
Killed by His Own Son.
" Pine Ville, Ky., Feb. 12. Judge
Wilson Lewis who has been active in
the prosecution of desperados of this
region was shot and. killed last night by
his own son, Sidney , Lewis, ; The Judge
had put his son under .bonds as one of
the unlawful gang. . i .- . n : v.Y.
' '. A S100,000 Blase.
, Aukoba, 111., . Feb. .12. Early this
morning the . Merchantile block, the
largest business - building in the -city,
occupied by about 25 tenants, was almost
entirely - burned. Loss fully flOOjOOO,
partly Insured. -'" . ?f;;
'' The Default WUI Reach SS.OOO '-:
Ayer, Mass.; Feb." 12.-President
Hartwell. of the North Middlesex Saving
bank, said, this morning that the default
of Cashier Spalding will reach At least
125,000.' : . t .;. '.."iVr : 'x ; .' i.i
Sustains m Brave Man.' ' J
Washinoton. D. C.,' Feb. 12. The
President and Secretary Proctor., iave
sustained Colonel Forsythe's manager
ment at Wounded Knee fight, contrary
to tne advice of General Miles; ' ' ''
-.Takes the Black Veil..-: , " ..
PrrrsBrmG. Feb. 12. Mis Kati TVrex.
el took the black veil of the New Roman
Catholic order of "blessed sacrement tpV
Save Surrendered to the ' Aatborltlef,
Falkkstove, Feb iiiMessrs. iMllon
and Q'Brienren their arrival here from
Boutougne; Bur Mer voluntarily sur
rendered themselves 'to the police. v
- - "Set ay Sing; Sing Offense Thongh. -'
" New 'YoBJtj' Feb: 12. William- H: Sis
tareof the banking firm of Sistare Bros".,
waB arrested ioday, charged' with."swindl
Ung August Heckahear ot. Philadelphia
out of sixty thousand dollars, a ; , ,y
,y- Blown up by Natural Gas. --
; I. Faykttk, Ind.; Febr 12. Two peo
ple were fatally , and 2 others seriously
injured by an explosion of natural gas
in $t dwelling here today: : : : . . . '
. Chicago Wheat-Market.
Chicago, HI.; Feb. 12.- '-Wheat,
steady ) cash, 94J ; May 91; July 93J
93- ; - - - ' -. -y '' ' ;-. ;
San Francisco Market. ..
San Francisco, Cal. Feb. 12. Wheat
buyer 91, 1.47; season, 1.41 -
. - -.
.; Portland Consolidation Bill Passed. ;
Salem, Or., , Feb, 12. The Portland
consolidation bill has passed the House
Says he and Hill are the Best of Friends.
New York, Feb. 12. Ex-president
Cleveland, in an interview with a Her
ald, reported in regard to the meeting
between Hill and himself, recently said
"Governor Hill and I are on the best of
terms, and always have been. We had
no private conversation the evening of
tne dinner. I did remark , however,
that notwithstanding the recent demo
cratic cyclone in the country. The dem
ocratic party would have to do a good
deal to beat the republican party." .-
' AN ' UNFORTUNATE OIRL.
She Falls Into the Hands of a
' table Couple.
Spokane Falls, Feb. 10. Some days
ago Miss Lutie Works of Philadelphia,
. v oiw a auube JJ-Lia, V X
Taylor, who resides at Wardner. At St.
P.nl - I . T . 1
j vjii a,y out, une uecame ac
quainted with a couple, well known
here, who pass in this city as Teddy
Brooks and his wife, who are hangers on
at the dives of the town, and the three
became most intimate, the woman referr
ing to the young lady as her daughter,
in order to avoid the comment of other
passeneers. On their arrival at Spokane
instead of allowing the girl to proceed to
Wardner they took her to a vile resort
in this city and kept her there for three
or four days, when all three left, pre
sumably going to Seattle or some other
Sound town. . The young girl's father in
the meantime telegraphed Mrs. Taylor
that Lutie had started, and when she
failed to put in an appearance in due
time, the aunt came to Spokane to in
quire for her. The police learned where
she had been staying and with whom,
hnt WM tn lab) rt Aaaiv, ha Vmi
- v ... J1W iUD,
Taylor has had warrants issued for the
A f T 1 . mm ...
arrest oi rrooKs ana nis wire, wnicn will
be served as soon as they are found.
:A DEN OF VICE.
Children of Tender Tears Indulging In
San TRiHrisro. VoK 11 IWt l tin
children, in various stages of intoxica
tion, wereaiscoverea early tms (Wednes
day) morning in the Sarpare wine cellar,
a resort frequented by the low-class Ital
ian and Rrtaninri rrariffonta tf fhia itw
and located in the Italian quarter. The
children were dancing to the music of a
wheezy old acoordeon played by a 13-year-old
boy, and after each tune the
Doys engaged in dancing was compelled
to buy a glass of wine for his girl or he
WOTl til tw. tcYmrrart t.Tii"? nriinlii rJt (k.
" v J-'" 1 "V l. V. tlU
floor. - How long the place has been run
ning jb noi Know, out tne attention of
the Society for the Prevention of Vice
was called to it by belated pedestiians
who saw children of tender ages- rolling
around the streets in the early- morning
wo iuii to iaiK. a ne Keeper oi tne place.
Kate Sarpare, and Frank Valerga, her
13-year-old musician, were arrested.
The police will try to make an example
of the woman.
THE KAISER'S ECCENTRICITIES.
In Some Respects They Resemble Those
' of Bavaria's Mad King. -
Berlin, FebJ 10. The kaiser's eccen
tricities are' attracting more and more
attention every day. . In some respects
he seems to be imitating the mad King
Louis, of Bavaria, by taking unexpected
trips here ' and there, and appearing
where he is i little looked for. These
peculiarities are much more prominent
than when he first ascended the throne.
The kaiser exacts the most rigid devotion
from everybody, and the promotion of
Count DeSchlieffen to chief of staff is said
to have been prompted by that officer's
olieequious courtesy to his sovereign,
whom Schlfeffen ever proclaims as a
military genius, uniting the qualities of
Cceear and Hannibal.1 '
Toboggan , Collision.
Donald, B. C, Feb. 10. A sad to-
briffffftn atTitfrtt rutpnnwl Tiam loaf n!Tit
at 10 o'clock. There is a don be slide
across the Columbia, and while two to
boggans were running in opposite direc-
firn a t.hav mot urK AmTfa f. n V .
n.wi vbi.iuio IA 1
the middle of the slide, , badly . injuring
uve persons. juiss Lawrence nad a leg
brolrtfn in "wn nlgpM an woo ininwJ
about the head; Miss May Evans was
injured internally and about the head ;
AiiumuB Aayiur naa a ieg oroKen ; unar
lea Crandon was injured about the head
and liA. an atiItIa snraino on1 T TTAn
f avaau -M. 4 AACJl
derson was injured about the face and
iieuu. . . ,.. ... . . .
. . Pendleton Celebrating. .
Pendleton, Feb. 10. After a delay of
ten years the long expected proclama
tion for opening that grand body of land
known as the Umatilla Indian reserva
tion was recieved yesterday, ' setting the
date of sale for April 1 J ' The land to be
Bold involves tlcb farming, grazing and
timber adjoining the city of Pendleton,
comprising 140,000 acres. 5 It; sells at
public auction to 1 actual: settlers -only.
There is tremendous excitement.-; 1 Can
nons are booming, fireworks ' illuminat
ing the heavens, -.brass .'bands - playing,
torchlight processions, -mass--' meetings
and speeches in progress. - The Indians
join in the festivities.-
Canadian Reciprocity.-. ...
London, Feb, 10. The Chronicle says
the fact that Blaine treats Canada's ad
vances with hauteur causes surprise in
England, bnt it is easily explained, once
we grasp the fact that Blaine is maturing
a great scheme of policy wherein: Cana
dian reciprocity forms rather a trivial ele
ment. - In commenting ' on Sir John's
manifesto, : the News declares the theory
of imperial Zollvereine : fallacious, and
that the plan will never work.' .
The balloon proposed for polar ex
ploration is 99 feet in diameter and 500,
000 cubic feet in volume. The- journey
will be from Spitzbergen, and with a
favorable wind will last four or five days;
NOT DEFEATED YET.
General Sherman Still in the Land of
; the Living with a Fighting Chance '
for Life, :" :
The House at Salem Passes a Bill
Appropriating $50,000 for the
' ' World's Fair.
His Condition Much the Same as Was Re.
New York, Feb. 12. The flitting
lights and shadows in the death cham
ber of General W. T. Sherman were
eagerly watched last night. The Gen
eral was for the first time in life on re
treat. His last march was begun bat
tling with that grim warrior who knows
not defeat ; now retreating, now advanc
ing, with the courage of one wont to
conquer. The General never regained
the coign of vantage but is slowly being
driven back to the last trench, his base
of supplies, strength and vitality, cut
off, and annihilation is deferred but a
little while. At noon a bulletin was
issued saying he is still alive, but no
New York, Feb. 12. 2:30 At 2
o'clock thW afternoon Sherman showed
signs! of improvement. He has risen
from his bed and is walking across the
floor, and sat down in his chair. Phy
sicians regard this as a very hopeful in
They do not now fear erysipilas so
much. Their chief fears are of pneumo
nia because of accumulation of mucus in
the general's lungs.
THE WORLD'S FAIR.
The House at Salem Appropriates Fifty
' Thousand Dollars. '
The house Tuesday refuted the charge
that it was composed principally of
mossbacks, and passed a bill to appro
priate $50,000 for the world's fair. The
bill was that introduced by Moore, of
Benton, as amended by the committee
on agriculture. It provides that $10,000
shall be appropriated this, vear, $20,000
in 1892 and $20,000 in 1893. Judge
Moore said he had favored a larger appro
priation, but had become convinced that
no more than $50,000 would be appro
priated by this legislature; Several op
posed the bill because the amount was
not large enough, and one member
moved to refer the bill to the committee
on ways and means, who have still under
consideration the bill of the state board
of trade, which appropriates a much
larger sum for the same purpose. Minto
said he was in favor of a larger appropri
ation, but was satisfied it could not be
passed. The people of Marion county
whom he represented, did not favor a
large appropriation. A good display
could be made with $50,000. It might
not do much advertising, but it would
make a fin a riifmlav. jAnninna !ntM.
duced a remonstrance from 800 citizens
or Lane county against a larger appro
priation than $50,000. The motion to
refer was lost, and the bill then passed
by the following vote :
:' " '"' : ' YEAS 38.
Bo t kin,
Meussdorffer, Thompson ,
IittigV " Morey,
OVlt LAW MAKERS.
Senator Raley'a Portage Bill to Be Con-
- - sldered Neat Tuesday.
Salem, ,Feb. ; 12. The : senate this
morning passed a number of - unimport
ant bills.. Among the bills passed .was
house bill providing for a free bridge at
Portland,' also a bill permitting the A. &
A. R. R. Co. to build a bridge at Albany.
In the house a number . of senate bills
was received, read and referred to proper .
committees. : .. ... Y .., ..; t.
-. :Raleys bill appropriating $400,00a
the portage railway was made a Bpeial-
order for next Tuesday.:; . 1 -.-
The bill allowing The Dalles , issue-
$50,000 water bonds referred to committee-
on public buildings.- . .-
, ; Can't Kill Him Though..
St. Augtstine. Fla.. Feb. .-Jay-
Gould was taken suddenly ill this "morn
ing and by advice of physicians started
for New York. The nature of the Illness
. - Will Visit us.
Washington, D., C... Feb. 12. The -
president and most of the cabinet will,
visit the Pacific. Coast soon after, the. adr-
journment of congress..