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the Calles Daily Chronicle.
Published Dally, Sunday Kxccpted.
THE CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO.
Corner Second and YRnhingtm Streets, The
I hi lie, Oregon.
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For Prlneville, via. Bake Oven, leave doily
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, For Goldendale, Wash., leave every day of the
wwk except eunaay ac a. ar.
Offices for all linen at the Umatilla Houxe.
General l)elivrcy Window.
Money Order "
Sunday fi. D. "
. . .8 a', m. to 7 p. ra.
.. .8 a. m. to 4 p. m,
9 a. in. to 1U p. tu,
CLOSING OP MAILS ' -
By train going East. , ! p. m. Dailv
" " " . V est 9 p.m.' "
" "Stage for Goldendale . . . . . . ,7 :30 a. m.
.i prlneville 5:30 a.m.
u u " Dufurand Worm Springs. ..5:30a. m.
- . " t Leaving for Lyle liartland. .5:0 a. m.
" " " " JAntelope 5:H0a.m.
'Except Sunday. -
tTri-weeVly. Tuesday Thursday and Saturday.
J " " Monday Wednesday and Friday.
THE CHl'lt CHES.
i : : r f r
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Kev. O. D. Tay
lor, Pastor. Services everv Sabbath at 11
A. X. and 7 r. M. Sabbath School at 12 u.
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7
o'clock. i .
CONGREGATIONAL CHCRCH Rev." W. C.
Curtis, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11
a. m. aud 7 P. M. Sunday School after morning
service. Strangers cordially invited. Seats free.
E. CHURCH Rev. H. Brown; Pastor.
Services everv Sunday moriiiim and even
ing. Sundav School at 12i o'clock M. A cordial
invitation is extended by both pastor and jieople
ST. PAUL'S CHUKCH Vnlon Street, opposite
Fifth. Rev. Ell D. Butelifl'e Rector. Services
every Sunday at 11 a. St. and 7:30 p. M. Sundav
School 12:80 p. M. Evening Praver on Friday at
ST. PETER'S CHURCH Rev. Father Brokb
GEE8T Pastor. Low Mass every Sunday at
7 A- M. High Mass at 10:30 a. k. Vespers at
7 P. K.
VSSEMBLY NO. 2S70, K. OF L. Meets In K.
of P. ball Tuesdays at 7.: JO p.m. . . . ,u
.TITABCO LODGE, NO. 15, A. F. & A. M. Meets
i i first and third Monday of each month at 7
r - . ...-.. , .
COLUMBIA LODGE, NO. 5, I. O. O. F. Meets
every FiAlay evening at 7:30 o'clock, in Odd
Fellows hall, Second street, between Federal and
Washington. Sojourning brothers are welcome.
H. .A. JtiULs, Sec'y ; , ; . K. G. Clostkb, N. G. .
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, NO. 9., K. of P. Meets
every Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock, in
Schanno'B building, corner of .Court and Second
streets. Sojourning members are cordially in
vited. Gko. T. Thompson,
. D. W. VACS, Sec'y. C. C. .
WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERENCE
UNION will meet every Friday afternoon
at 8 o'clock at the reading room. A 11 are Invited.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 8, A. O. U. W. Meets
at K. of P. Hall, Corner Second and Court
Streets, Thursday avenings at 7:80.
" . John Fiixoon
MKSi Myers, Financier. .. 1. W.
K. l. V. L A f. E PHYSICIAN and scr-
a f uKON. umce
rooms ft Mltrl A 'h nrirrl uti
Residence over MfFurlHnri a Friiii'a
8 P. M.
OlHce hours 9 to 12 A. M., 2 to 5 and 7 to
A 8. BENNETT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
flee in Schanuo's building, up stairs.
G. r. ESHELMAN Homceopathic Phy
sician AND SURGEON. Ottico. Hnnr- o
to 12 A. M' : 1 tO 4. and 7 to H P' M. Ch11 anunrorari
promptly dsy or night' Office; upstairs in Chap-
D8IDD ALL Dentist. Gas given for the
painless ' extraction of teeth. ' Also teeth
set on flowed aluminum plate. Rooms: Sign of
' A . B. THOMPSON ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW. Office
ill in opera riouse diock, nasmngton Street,
The Dalles, Oregon
.. T. Ti MAYS. B. 8. HUNTINGTON. H. 8. WILSON.
irAY8. HUNTINGTON 4' WILSON Atto..
if I. neys-at-law. Offices, French's block over
f irst national sanK, i ne uauea, Oregon.
E.B.DUPUR. GEO. WATKINS. FRANK MKNEFEB.
TJFCR, WATKIN8 & MENEFEE Attor-
ubuii . an w in InAma XT-v It TO e mrr
Vogt Block, Second Street, The Dalles, Oregon.
WT H. WILSON Attorney-AT-law Rooms
Y 52 and 53, New Vogt Block, Second Street,
. & T. HCCOY,
BARBIE RS .
.-Hot and. Cold
13 7 rr . h s .
f lO SECOND SfRllET.
;lt7HJi BE-PXnFOR- iANY .IKFORMATTON
T neadlfag' to the cOirVlctfonoT-parties cutting
the topes or in any way interfering with the
wires, poles or laiups of Tub Kictric '1t?ht
- Co. , . ' H. OKENU.
A COMPLETE LINE " )
J. S. Schknck." H. M. Beau.,
First Rational BanR.
THE DALLES, -
A General Banking" Business transacted
Deposits received, subject to bight
; , Draft or Check.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
iruiibicu uii uuy ui uuuecnuil.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on
Jew Yorlt, ban f raneisco and .Port
D. P. Thompson. -Jno. S. Schenck.
T. W. Spahkk. Geo. A. Liebe.
H. M. Bkall. ' ;
FRENCH & CO.,
TRANSACT A GEKEKALBANKINU BUSINESS
Letters of Credit issued available in the
' Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and TelecrraDhic
Transfers sold on New York, Chicago, St.
i-ovus, san irancisco, Portland Oregon,
Seattle Wash., and various points in Or
egon and Washington.
Collections made at all points .on fav
orable terms. ; ;'
WvS. CRAMf Proprietor.
;. (Successor to Cram k Corson.)
Mannfactnrer of the finest French and
O LA. 3ST ID I
East of Portland.
Tropical Fruits, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco.
Can furnish any of ttiese goods at Wholesale
In Eery-tyle. ------
104 Second Street, The Dalles, Or.
.1 O Third Street.
and Tin Repairs
Mains Tapped Whh Pressure On.
Opposite Thompson's Blacksmith Shop.
THE -)I.D DALLES MILH i ANR' WATER
-. Company's flour. Mill will be leased to re
sponsible parties.' For Information apply to the
The Dalles, Oregon.
i il & v a Ji.y Kii,UUiN , t HID A MARCIl
"" Will close out her entire stock of
to make room for her
New Stock of Millinery.
R. B. Hood,
Livery, Feed and Sale
siorses xjpugni ana ooia on
T T r 7 r g t w
Commission and ', Money
Advanced on Horses
. left For Sale.
The Dalles and Goldendale Stage Line.
owge xatves ine uaiies every moroing
at 7:30 and Ooldendale at 7:30. All
freight must be left at R. B. .
Hood's office the evening
. ' before. ...
R. B. HOOD, Proprietor.
124 UNION ST., THE DALLES, OR.
, , Keeps on hand a full lints of
MEN'S AND YOUTHS'
Ready Made Clothing;
Pants aiid Suits
MADE. 'TO ORDER.
On Reasonable Terms.
Call and see my Goods' before
purchasing elsewhere. ,
' HftSt' ANNUALIilEETlNG.
N6trceto , .the "Subsc.rl bers tf
'Theballes, Pprtland."" and
" "Astoria navigation' Co., ?
THE FIRST ANNUAL. MEETING OF THE
subscribers to-The Dalles, Portland and
Astoria Navigation Company will be held at the
ooimvofthei Rwrd of Trade t 1 n11 CltY. Ore-
"nnin yearf and the-tran sac uob of smch otiier
Dusiness as may legitimately come Deiore the
jy vnoer or vnuoorporaio oi aara com- .
(nasi : lieiwear
STAND ON OUR KKillTS.
Director ef the Mint Leach
United States' Law on
. r i
Shipments is Xow Operative,
Comptroller of the . Treasury Orders a
Bank Closed in -Philadelphia
Gompers Wants Punds.
' D1BSCTOK . I.EKCH'K VIB.WS.
Xl'tJ'i.StteMast Stand on Its IHg
.; . nity on the iold Bar Qaestltm.- '"-;""
Nkw ; Yobk , " March 20. Director of
the mint, Leech, was interviewed to
day regarding the policy of the mint in
refusing to exchange gold bars for gold.
He eaid: "It " is undesirable ; and
against public policy for the government
to furnish gold in its most convenient
form at a eea board port to shippers of
gold, and we propose to exercise the
same discrimination that has been exer
cised by European countries.' In regard
to the export of gold, this policy is exer
cised now not because of any change in
the" monetary situation in the United
States, not because there is any defic
ciency in the gold supply, or of any dis
trust there may be in regard to the de
mand for gold, but solely; bee use the
law is now for the first time 'operative
which permits ' us to' exercise this dis
cretion. ... .
;:. IHK tiOLU BARS MUST GO.
All Available Coin Taken and Govern
ment Asked to Allow Gold' Barn
New Yobk, 1 arch 20. Heidelbach,
Ickleheimar & Co. have taken $525,000
in gold coin on the snb-treasnry for a
shipment to Berlin. This makes the
total taken and requested $1 ,350,000. .
,, Supt Mason of the aesayer's office will
telegraph . a request ;for gold bars to
Washington, an answer is not expected
until after banking hours. It will be
difficult to take the bars aud get them to
the steamer in the short time between
the beginning of business and the hour
for sailing tomorrow.
' THE RESERVE "TOO 8MAL1.
A National Bank Closed by 'Government
- ' Orders.
' Philadelphia,. March 20. The Key
stone National bank closed its doors this
morning by order of the comptroller of
the currency. Its largest depositor is the
city of Philadelphia, which has about
400,000 in it. The authorized capital is
$500,000. 'A ' surplus of" $200,000 is
No statement of the bank's liabilities
and assets is attainable. It is said that
the bank was closed by the comptroller
by readon of its reserve fund having
fallen below the amount reqnired by the
national banking law. - The ' bank '.has
deposits amounting to about $1,400,000
and it is claimed it has assets sufficient
to meet this amount. , , . . . .
It is thought fhat depositers will' get
their money in full. ;' No one will lose a
dollar except the stockholders.
' A' WYOMING .SENATOR TALKS.
The Present. Silrer Law Is Correct and
, . , . Should Rave a Fair Trial.
Washington,- March .20, Senator
Carey, of Wyoming, in an interview to
day said : "The so-called free coinage
craze in the west has been' largely exag
gerated. The ' great ' mass of the clear
headed and conservative element are in
favor of giving the present law a thor
ough trial, believing that it will fully
meet the 'business requirements of the
country. 'Though full of western busi
ness, we believe in sound money as
much as our brothers in the east, only
the west believes in a larger circulating
medium." . . The senator , thinks that
President Harrison will be renominated.
. 1 After the Konlan gists.
Pakis, March. 20lrThe police raided
and searched the houses of a number of
Boulangists. "They also 'made'' several
arrests.' Many revolutionary "'documents
were seized by the police and will be
used in:' evidence at the trial of the men
in custody. , ,
The M aflat Sending; Threatening Letters.
St. Xouis, March 20. Dispatches from
Texas say the New Orleans Mafia is send-!
ing threatening -letters -to persons -who'
expressed disapproval ' of their methods. '
l.'r".'The BatavU Gets Off Safely. . ,,
; !AsToaiA, i March 20 The . steamer
'Batavia'.'. was towed off the bank .by
th.itpg "Astoria",this morning without
damage, . . ."w.. . '. -'. .
, A' Chicago Wheat Market. :
Chicago, ': Jlil', Mafchl ' 20. Wheat,
steady; eaeh, 9941.00. . f
t .. j SanraiielaeoMmrliet... T., .
Sam,-Jbakciscq,: March '20. Wheat, I
tmyereasoni.49J: : -
, ' ; tWe Ar Glad,.of It., ' ,
Turin, March 20. Prince Napoleon's
remains were interred today. '
DESCRIPTION OF THE VESSELS.
The I'topla, Anson and Rodney All Fine
New York, March 18. The Utopia,
which was wrecked in, Gibraltar nay,
belonged to the Anchor Line Steamship
Company, and was an iron screw steamer
of 2731 tons displacement and lfiTS
horse-power. She was built in OJlasgow,
Scotland in 1874, and.-was commanded
by Captain Mitchell. The Rodney,
which sank her, is one of the recent ad-
ditions to the British , navy, and is con-
sidered one of the most powerful iron-
l-iuub miuai. one. is oi vtuu tons ais- ie5 st ins resiaence nere, has giv
placementj ' twin' screws, 7000 horse- ' en Uls guests American beef, and has
power and mounts ten hearv si-nnw. fnur
of -which are . sixtrrthree-tori gnne, her
armor is steel-faced and has a thickness
from ten to- eighteen inches. hihe" he
longs to the same class as the Benbow,
Anson and Howe. The Anson, which
was in collision ! with the Utopia, is a
sister ship to the Rodney, the only
difference being that the Anson is 10,
000 tons displacement instead of 9600
The Utopia was not insured. The
cargo was valued at $2000, and the
steamship Assyria, of the Anchor line,
which was at Geneva at the time of the
accident, has been ordered to Gibraltar.
By this delay the Utopia's passengers
will not arrive here until after the new
law ("that no immigrant without effects
shall be permitted to land") gees into
effect. Colonel Weber said today that
the survivors ot the Utopia would prob
ably be examined in Gibraltar; and the
destitute and sick and crippled be left
behind, only those with baggage and
able to take cure of themselves being
brought. He had notified the Anchor
line people to do this to avoid trouble
SNELL FAMILY'S TRIALS.
Alleged 1'olsoning; of the Murdered
Chicago, March 18. A new chapter
in the troubles of the Snell family was
unfolded today, which bids fair to have
sensational developments.- A few days
ago Hattie Juerst, a nurse-girl employee!
in the family of Albert J. Snell, son of
the murdered millionaire, was arrested,
charged with larceny. Now comes the
story that larceny was only a part of the
charge. For several week's Mrs. Snell's
health has' been failing rapidly. Finally
it was noticed that a tonic she was taking
was having a decidedly bad effect. One
day she found fn the bottle a white sedi
ment, which the doctors said -was not a
part of the tonic. Then wine was sub
stituted, but the same bad effects fol
lowed, and the doctor told Snell his wife
was being poisoned. An examination
disclosed the presence in the wine of the
same powder found in the tonic. Detec
tives were employed and Hattie Juerst's
arrest was soon followed. In her . trunk
was found three hundred dollars worth
of Mrs. Snell's property, and a vial of
white powder, apparently identical with
that found in the tonic and wine bottles.
Both powders have been submitted to a
chemist, and pending' his report the at
torney for the Snells refuses to talk
further about the case.
AGREED TO A COMPROMISE.
A Prominent Actress Obtains Twenty
Hire Thousand Dollars.
New York, March 18. It was re
ported yesterday that Miss Lila Vane,
leading actress of Charles Froham's "All
the Comforts of a Home" company, had
received $25,000 in compromise of the
suit for breach of promise that ' she
brought recently against a wealthy Buf
falo man named King. He had fallen in
love with her and left a will, it is said.
! giving the actress all his fortune. It
was discovered that he was insane, and
he went to Paris for treatment. He is
now in an asylum in Buffalo. The ac
tress agreed to waive the liberal pro
visions of the will, under certain con
ditions, and the $25,000 was paid over
yesterday, so it was reported, and the
actress' written acceptance- obtained.
Miss Vane declined last night to talk
about thecase, and would neither affirm
nor aeny it.
Union Pacific Trainmen Want More
for Their Labor.
Omaha, Neb., March. 18. The com
mittee of trainmen from the Pacific
division of the Union Pacific was in con
sultation with General Manager Clark
all day. No settlement was reached.
The men have presented a schedule for
regulating the pay of the trainmen of
the Pacific division, "and . ask it be
adopted.. The . committee holds that
living wages cannot be made under the
S resent, schedule.' The men .say that
lr.; Clark does not seem .disposed to
grant them anv concessions. . and . some
of them are in favor of returning to their
nomes ana resorting to .other measures
to accomplish tneir purposes. ..
-DBtECTrVB "O'M ALLEY.
He ' Is Said 'to be how in ' Hiding; ' In
",' .' ' Chicago.
Chicago', March 18. Detective O'Mal-
j oi,-jNew urieans, is saia .to., oe in
icaeo. jHe left. New Orleans., and. is
.reported to . have been seen at the Grand
facihc hotel Monday night, in com Dan v
with SeUzman. foreman of the' .iurv in
Lthe Hennessey case. There is a rumor
current, tnat, o iialley came. here . from
Cincinnati, and is hiding with one of
his friendsra-rmwrrinent- saloon " keener.
The latter demies-that- be is here. v
Gladstone! has av Narrow Escape.
LbNtioKF, March'18.- It baa transpired
tnat Gladstone, after his Speech at Hastings-
yesterday had ' a 1 narrow-escape
from a erious accident. :The coachtnan
who was driving the carriage which took
Gladstorieto the 'railroad station." lost
eontrei ef hiffiiorees; The -horse-were'
stopped with difficulty. The-'coachman
was fined.' fof ' Ariirib-enneBB tociav.. the
'charvgainBt'''hini having'-, been-pre-1
ierreo. oy politicians.
THE EMBARGO RAISED.
American Cattle Can Now
Be Landed at
Bebmn, March 18. Owing to the un
tiring efforts of Mr. Phelps, U. 8. min
isted here, Chancellor Von Caprivi has
removed the embargo placed on Ameri
can cattle that landed at Hamburg and
it is likelv that Phelos -will he ahle tr.
j obtain the removal of restrictions placed
I npon the importation of American hogs,
Already 300 American beeves have been
landed at Hamburg as an experiment,
Wielps, at a series of dinners which he
thus introduced its use in the families of
many distinguished members of the
nrsmonable circles of Berlin. - .
In turn Hamburg local officials are
making costly permanent improvements
iu landing facilitied now at the disposal
of importers of American cattle. The
object of the Hamburg officials in mak
ing the improvements referred to is to
enconrage and develop trade in Ameri
can cattle. Chancellor Von Caprivi is
now considering the point made by
Minister Phelps, who asks that American
hogs be allowed to land in the same
manner and under the same inspection
as American cattle.
. The interview with Secretary Rusk,
of the United State department of agri
culture, in which he is quoted as saving
the United States does not ask, but' de
mands the repeal of hog restriction, is
largely quoted in the hostile press and
may delay matters.
BRIGANDAGE IN AMERICA.
A Prominent ' Detroit Citizen Captured
. and Held for Ransom.
Detroit,. March 20. Joseph Perrier,
a wealthy citizen of this city, was called
to his door last night by a stranger with
a message pu porting to come from a sick
friend. Perrier entered a coupe : with
the messenger and drove away. Early
this morning Perrier's nephew received
a message from his uncle stating that he
was held for ransom and asking for $30,-
000. The police are investigating. '
THEY WANT FUNDS.
President Gompers Asks for Money to'
Assist In the Coming; Strike.
- Boston, March 20. A call signed by
Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor Unions of
America, which urges the necessary and
immediate contribution of funds for the
150,000 coal miners whose struggle for
eight hours per day is to begin May 1st,
has been issued.
The "Sandy": Olds Trial.
Hillsboro, Or., March 20. "Sandy"
case was resumed this morninsr.
Several witnesses for the defense testified
similar to that adduced at previous trials.
Court adjourned till one o'clock. The
case will probably be given to the jury
Missouri Makes a Handsome Appropria
tion. St: Louis, March 20. The legislature
today passed a bill appropriating $150,
000 for state exhibits at the World's Fair.
Lincoln's Law Partner.
Springfield, 111., March 18. William
H. Herndon, Abraham Lincoln's law
partner, and author of the "Life of Lin
coln,'' died today of la grippe at his
residence near this city. He was. 72
years of age. His youngest son, Will
iam, died six hours before from the
Gone With his Friend's Money.
St. Louis. March 18. James S. Ensor,
notary public and attomey-at-law, and
wellknown in business and social circles,
has disappeared. It is said he has mis
appropriated some $8000 loaned to him
by friends to whom he had rjrominei r
goes the story, to return on their invest
ment 10 per cent; a month.
Englishmen Secure a Valuable Ranch.
Hakford, Cal., March 18. The sale
of the famous Laguna de Tache ranch of
49,000 acres, in Tulare county, to an
English syndicate is reiwrted for $1,000,
000. The following is told by an old sailor,
and will be appreciated equally by those
who love and those who loathe "the
thing .they call the sea:"
"Most alius makes more or less folks
unwell, the motion does. We had two
gents get aboard of us last trip. My
grief, wasn't he done up though I
" 'Tother wasn't a bit. There he sot,
smokin', as calm as a kitten. He was a
nign up ledge.
" 'Can I do
anything for you?', says
y 'Yes,' gasped the seasick' one, 'I
wish your honor would overrule this
TUOtion; '" - ' ' - - - -
YOU NfiEDi-BUT ASK
'Ttt 8. B7 HzAdacHK and I.ivta CDS taken
according; to directions-will keep rout Blood,
Liver and Kidneys in good order. .
Ths 8.' -B: Cocoa Cub lor Colds! Coughs
and OoojV fa connection with the Headache
Cure, is as near perfect as anything known. :
. THi 8. B.' ALPHA Pun Citrk for IntemaTand
ftfiteraal '-use; to NeuralgfaV" Toothache, Cramp
'Colli! and Cholera Morbus, is nnsurrMssed. " They
are wen ua:ea. wnerever Known. . Maniuacturea
at Dufur, Oregon. For sale by all druggist.