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THE DALLES, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1893.
A. M. WI LLIAMS &.
Campbell Bros Proprs
(soccssssrs u W. s. exam.)
Manufacturers of tbe finest French sad
Hom Made -
O .A. DI IB S,
East bi Portland! '
-ciiuss n- .. : n
Tnjttod Fruits, Nut Cigarsasi
Can furnish any of the
goods at Wholuaala
. si Btwi Mil."
, lea Cream anil Soda Water.
164 Second Street. The Dalles. Or.
JrJ'.L.fc&fcj'X W I Uf.-Ul HIM
FACTORY NO. 105.
riTrj. A f3 Q of the Bert Brands
VlVJAXilO manufactured, and
rdera from all parts of the conn try filled
on the shortest notice. ' ' .1 '
The repatation of THE DALLES CI
GAR has become firmly established, and
. the demand for the home manufactured
article' is increasing every day.
A. ULRICH & SON.
Leaves The Dalles at 6 a. m. every day and ar
il vea at Prfnavilte in thCrty-six kours. Leaves
Prineville at 5 a. as. every day and arrives at
"j The Dalles in thirty-six hours.
Carries the- IL & Mail, Pasangen ts& Express
Connects at Ptio-iUe with
Stages from Eastern and Southern Or
egon, ITortnehi Cali
IT Iatorior fiinur? '"'.I' ' .
Also makes close oonnectioB at The Dalles witb
trains from Portland and all eastern points. .-
. .vtcinau trtxerv ... .
nm-class coacub anl torses BKf."
. Uprea mtffir laidlel will-. cart.., .
All persona wishing passage-must waybill atnt
fioeii before tatintr tiassase: others will- not be
received. - Express-most be waybilled atolHcer
or me niage vo. wui not oe reaponsiDie. J ne
nspany will take no rlak on money tcangmlt
tad. Particular attention Riven to delivering
express matter at Prineville and all: southern
points in Oregon, Mil-advance charges: will; be
. paid by the oompany :. . - , .
it, glebel CCo. Store. TJ mat lit a TTomo.
Jr-rtaeTUla-' -,' - lb. IMkllem
FSEfiCJi & CO.,
TRANSACT A GKMZSALBANK1SO BDHLNS8B
Letters of Credit issued available in he
s Sight 1 Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfer sold on New York, Chicago, St.
Louis, San Francisco, Portland Oregon,
Seattle Wash,, and various points in Or
egon mid Washington; - ,-'
: Collections made at all. points on f av
orable terms.. v ' ' -
i. S. SCBBMCX,
- President; - -
a. m. biiu
HE DALLES. -
A General Banking Business transacted
Deposits received, subject to Sight
Draft or Check.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
remitted on day of collection.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on
New York, San Francisco and Port
D. P. Thompson. Jno. 8. Schkhcx.
Ed. M. Williams, , Geo. A. Liebe.
H. M. Beall.
Rational it; Bank,
Of DALLES CITY, OR.
President - -Vice-President,
Cashier, - -
- Z. F. Moody
General Banking Business Transacted.
-Sight Exchanges Sold on
SAN FRANCISCO, !
and PORTLAND, OR.
Collections made on favorobTe terms
at all accessible points. ; ? ,
Per Cent. Interest.
: Six Years'
Sinking, Ftmfo or Building and? Loan: Plans.
Thet HeWi Englanrl Ifatibhal -
Building, Loan & Investment fiss'it;
Orogonfftn Building, Portiand. Or.
JOEL G:, KOQNTZ? AGEIMT
i - Tlxo. XtlXojs, Oreeoii: "
fegpi -Agent .Wantedf Adctrsi ItEe- PortlM:52oe
"The Regulator Line"
Tie Dalles, Portlani ani Astoria
Freight ana Passenger Line
Through daily service (Sundays ex
cepted) between The- Dalles and Port
land.' Steamer Regulator leaves The
Dalles at 7 a. m. connecting at Cascade
Locks , with steamer Dalles City,
Steamer , Dalles . City leaves . Portland
(Yamhill street dock) at 6 a. m. con
necting with steamer Regulator for Tbe
One way . . : .'' ... .$2,00
Round trip . 3.00
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced.
' 1..-U--- .. i .
Shipments received at wharf any time,
day or night, and delivered at Portland
n : arrival. Live stock shipments
solicited. Call on or address.
' W.C. ALLAWAY,
- General Acent.
B. F. LAUGHLIN, , .
THE DALLES. - OREGON
First premium at the Wasco county
fair for best portraits and views.
Hay W Paid On or Before . Maturity.
DEATH ON THE RAILS
Two Disastrous Train Wreeis on Penn
.. ; sylyania Boafls. ;
A NUMBER. KILLED AND INJURED
Suicide of a Bankrupt Broker on a
"" Railway TrainAJu3ge" Ar
rested for Forgery.
Philadelphia, Feb. 22. The South
ern express on the Pennsylvania road
this morning collidedXwith an accomo
dation train in , West Philadelpliia.
Three cars of the - accomodation, train
were wrecked, five people killed and
fifteen injured. The names have not
yet been learned. Those killed were in
the last car of the. accomodation train,
which was crossing the track of the
Southern Express and was hit full in tbe
middle by the engine of that train,
smashing' it to pieces. Passengers on
the express train were uninjured. The
accident was due to the slippery con
dition of the track, making it impossible
for the engineer of the express to control
the train. Four were kiiled and ten
injured, none dangerously.
Reading, Pa., Feb. 22. A wreck on
the Pennsylvania & Schuylkill Valley
road between Phoenixville and Spring
City occurred last night. Shifting en
gine 1202, going east with an empty train
of 40 coal cars, collided with an extra
freight running west, about one and
one half miles west of Spring City. The
shifting engine was totally demolished,
and both engines lay on their sides with
fourteen' coal cars badly broken up.
Watson AVeller and John Dennis were
killed, and Fireman McCord and Flag
man Davis, of the shifting engine crew,
who reside at Phoenixville, were serious
ly injured. Fireman McCord died soon
after the accident. It was the. result of
a misunderstanding of orders. 1
- Suicide of at Bankrupt.
LouDOfJ, Feb. 32. Hilton Barker &
Co., which failed on the 22d of June last,
committed suicide today-In a railway
carriage near Putney. The failure creat
ed mnch excitement, being for the sum
of f3,250,000. The failure affected a host
of thrifty people throughout the country,
who were induced to deposit money with
the firm by the exceptionally - high rate
of interest offered, the average rate
promised being 7 per cent. :
A Judge Arrested for Forgery. .
Halifax, N. S., Feb. 22. While
Judge Carll was trying a liquor license
violation case at Bridgewater yesterday,
two constables from Lunenberg entered
the courthouse with a warrant for his
arrest on a charge of forgery committed
in 1883. The judge fainted when the
papers were produced. When the arrest
was. resisted by friends .of Judge Carll,
one constable aimed a revolver but was
disarmed before he fired.: The prisoner
was taken from the bench and removed
o Lunenberg, where he ; Will appear for
examination. . .
Will Result In a Kate War.
1 Sam Francisco, Feb. 22. A Chicago
specia says'. Unless gome of the best
informed passenger officials in Chicago
are. at fault, the railroads both east
and west are digging pits for themselves
in the making of the world's fair rates.
The reasoning of i these officials is that
the eastern lines' have attempted to do
too much andjthe western lines too little.
The eastern lines have practically agreed
to main tail tbe present rates during the
fair. A decrease of 20 per cent in fares -on
the : slowest trains , Is . of no valae.
Passenger officials quoted do not believe
the eastern lines or any lines can main
tain a higher round-trip rate than a fare
and a half daring t& world's fair. The
western lines, on the contrary, have put
off consideration. of the world's fair rates
Until It is- probably tori- late 4 take
i . ' , - . -1 ,- : ; j
HOU8E BILLS PASSED.
-: S82--J", Wright general appropriation
Wlfc-v.. -'Zi-. z-i -s.27-1 'X? -t;.-j
, $6iiajtofoitl relief of Walla wis
county.' , . V: '. ,-
372-Merrill, to fnfXrp6rae-R!nier. I
f ' 5 Bishop', to" regulate insurance coin-
H : 33-Jeffreyr, sale of property on execd.
S7t (jreer, compelling: raliwayf to
fence their tracks.i; : .." At
-, 179 Paxton, day a? of grace. ' ' ' , .
181 Cornelius, duties of road viewer'.
gSS-'TrnlHriger athetfd section
343 Manley.osseesment and taxes. ;
3 Keady, Mnltnomah, recorder.
J 124 Nick ell, property old fb? ta?ef .
3 Ki Bishop.ioif'.two 4iiaaiiiiyHi-
cians for insane asylum..
36-p-Nickell, wills for record.
379 J. P. 3reer, widows to appoint
guardians... ; ,
v335 Nickel), Jackson county school
18 Durham, to incorporate Beverton,
109 Paxton, to recover real property.
17 Miller, to aid Sodaville ' Springs.
- 140--Ford, school tax levy. ...
368-r-Ford, general incorporation bill.
175 Durham, to amend election law.
110 Paxton, to protect game;
I8S-Belt9,' duties of, stock inspectors.
332 Sheridan, creating. Southern
Oregon board of agriculture. ...
180 J. G. Wright to protect game. "
24 Belts, herders' lien. .
80 Nickell, protecting game. .
64 Northrup, pure food bilk"
: 45 Daly, exempting homesteads from
258 Lamson, Sheridan charter.
65r7TNickell,. final, accounts. :
..! 169; TJpton, salaries county judges. -
206 Go wan, for artesian wells.
320 Russell, Elgin charter.
292 Jeffreys, changing name of Alsea
City to Stanford.. .- i'
296 J. A. Wright, Union charter.
282 Cornelius, boundaries Washing
63 Hobbs, terms county officers.
280 King, to protect beaver. .
. 104-r-Paxton, chattel. mortgages.
3 Nickell, to protect. pheasants.
43 J. A. Wright, cemetery incorpora
Northrup, Portland charter.
296 Daly, for graded school in South
98 Coon, priority rights to waste
: 333: Malony, North Yamhill charter.
160-r-Day, Grant's Pass charter.
10 Brown, to protect salmon.
: 159 Layman, to encourage growth of
- 86 J. P. Geer, - concerning guide
boards.' r. V ..
; 121 Ormsby,-for Soldiers'-home.
92 J. P. Veer, stock at large..
96 Trnllinger, Astoria seawall.
'- 11)3 Par ton relating to forcloenre. v
2 Ready, bicycles, engines, etc., on
highways. ' , ' ' ' . ' i
1 233 Gill, to prohibit sale of ; tobacco
to minors under 18; -
r 8iln(. for. Her; Crsm., ...
London, Feb. 22, Princess Kaiaalanv
heiress to .the throne of Hawaii, sailed
today for. New York on the steamer Teu
tonic, The; princess is accompanied by
Theophalus; Da vies, wife , and daughter,
and by Misa Warloff. . Her residence, in,
England . has. herq to tore been c kept.-, a
secret, but Dries..fter.r repeated re
quests, consented to permit a corrspondr
ent to have an interview with the prin
cess at his reeidenee.
Princess KaiaulanL ia .tall, and slender,
with,' a more thoughtful delibierate air
than might be. expected in a school, girL
She is a brunette, with eyes of .a. gazelle
and features; that suggest a suspicion of
Kanaka 'origin. She , was somewhat
nervous during the interview . She said
she had , nothing to add to the appeal
which she had addressed to the, Ameri
can people,' and she expreased her
thanks that her. appeal had been for
warded to the American newspapers.
' She had, she said, no definite plans,
but would be guided by her guardian,
Mr. Da vies. She proposed to spend two
days in New York and. then. visit Boston
where she would remain until after the
Inauguration of President ' Cleveland,
then, she would goto Washington and
probably .make a "personal appeal, to
Cleveland.- The princess added she had
rio friends in America except the' friends
of. Davies.- She - timidly expressed the
hope that she might gain the sympathy
ot the American people.,
"I cannot see," she', continued, In a
modest, hesitating' tone, "why I should
be summarily deprived 6i my recognize d
legal rights for no fault of mine, and
without being notified to appear iri de
fense of, my rights',, f ask only that
right of appearance which the Apierlc'ah
law gives to everybody before' they are
deprived, of teir.righM.- I know aboa
hitely nothing' - About this affair except
what baa been iu : the', newspaper-. - No,
notificatiQU - ha . been received hf me
regarding it." ; .
Ffve cents1 it day will get yoti the. j&tir .
cyclopedia.. We see the Oregon ian ; knd"
go them 50 per cent better, w
His Cabinet Chosen.
Lakewood, N. J., Feb. 22. Mr.Cleve
land announced this eveninj that he
had completed his cabinet by the selec
tion of Richard Olney, of Boston, for at
torney general, and Hilary A. Hilbert,
of Alabama for secretary of the navy.
This will make the new cabinet :
Walter Q. G res ham, of Indiana, secre
tary of state.
John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky, secre
tary of the treasury.
Daniel 8. Lamont, of . New York, sec
retary of- war. ..
Hilary A. Hilbert, of Alabama, secre
tary of the navy - -
Hoke Smith, of Georgia, secretary of
the interior. -
' J. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska, secre
tory of agriculture.
. Richard Olney, of Massachusetts, attorney-general.
Wilson S. Bit-Bell, of New York, postmaster-general.
'ow Carries the American Flats.
New York, Feb. 22. For the first
time in a generation the stars and etri pes
today float over an ocean greyhound, the
peer of any craft afloat. For the first
time-since the country boasted a mer
cantile navy of clipper ships whose sails
whitened every quarter of the globe in
fact, for the first time in the history of
the nation, its flag Will guard a modern,
well-equipped, incomparable 6teamship,
and it is singularly appropriate too that
it should be unfurled on Washington's
birthday Bad weather did much to
diminish the crowds lining the Battery
and the neighboring shore. "Old Glory"
was spread from the stern of the New
York amid the shrieking of innumerable
shrill whistles from various river craft,
the roar of cannon from United States
men-of-war re-echoed by guns of the fort,
and the cheering of hundreds of onlook
ers. Tbe event-inaugurates a new era
in American shipping history. All pa
triotic Americans have had the deepest
interest In transferring the majestic
steamships City of New York and City
of Paris from tbe British to the Ameri
can flag; ind the- ahip was crowded with
guests favored with invitations .to wit
ness, the eeremony. ' The- most distin
guished officers of; tW government, of
the states and of this . municipality, and
the leading men in., commerce and the
professions Were invited to . witness the '
act. including the president and mem- '
bera.of the cabinet-, United States sena
tors and representatives,;
; The president and . party arrived at
1:50. i They were met by a detail of offi- .
cere from, the naval reserve and conveyed
on board the steamer ..New, York. The
ceremonies proceeded: without -: delay.
They were simple,. brief and impressive.
The president of the United States
pulled the halyard that sent the emblem
of liberty fluttering to the breeze. Next
the Chicago fired the national .salnte of
21 guns. This was responded to ,by all
the forts in the harbor., . There . were in
formal, speeches, then .the , entire party
adjourned to the grand, saloon, which
was appropriately .-decorated, where a
sumptuous collation was served.
: It's sometimes said patent medicines
are for the ignorant. The doctors foster
this idea.' ''The people." we're' told,
"are mostly ignorant when it comes to
medical scienee' Suppose they are I
What a sick man needs is not knowl
edge, but a cure, and a medicine that
cur is the . medicine for the sick. ' Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures
the' "do believes"" and the "don't be
lieves..' There's no hesitance about it,
no. ."if J nor. "possibly.'' It says "I
cin cure you, only dp as I direct." Per
haps it fails 'occasionally... The makers
hear of it when it 'does, because they
never keep , the money when the medi
cine fails to do. good. Suppose tbe doc
tors' went on ; that principle: ' (We beg
the doctor's pardon. It wouldn't doll
WOOD, .'WOOD, WOOD. .
:- Best grades of oak; fir, and slab cord
wood, at lowest market rates at Jos. T.
Peters & Co. (Office Second and Jeffer
son streets'.) .: .....
; Fpee to. everybody.' For the next 15
daysi, Herri: 1 Will; give-away one en
larged picture. WUbt every- dozen- cabinet
photos.'. Caltisiideee sa-njple.r Gallery
over the pofitoffice.v '
" The dpportu'niiy'tc'ge8 the. encyclope
dia will soon: close.