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THE DALLES, OREGON, MONDAY, MAIIOH 22. 1897
Willimn of Prussia Shows
Signs of Insanity.
THE CRETAN' QUESTION IN ENGLAND
ItIiicms !o Olilmny Hns OuiiHontetl to
( Upon tliH HtiiB" and Will
ESirKKOIS WILLIAM'S HAUSKHS,
May IS" Com polled to KeltiMiiilsh tlip
London-, March 20. A letter to the
Dailv Mail reiterateB the Btory of Em
peror William's insanity with startling
frankness, referring to his pinching his
guests and trying to trip them up with
his sword. The writer sayB the fact is
that there is now no doubt that the em
peror, if not specially sane, is subject to
fits of aberration, which, while they
last, are indistinguishable from madness.
His local derangement behind the ear
and almost in contact with the brain has
hitherto been kept Jn safe limits by a
trwUniont which provoke a constant
discharge. While the discharge lasts
the pain is not very great, and, the in
flammation and swelling of the affected
parts being relieved, there is nothing in
tolerable or alarming. But it is getting
difficult to maintain the process, and
the result is a combination of painful
excitability, depression and restlessness,
which has brought the emperor to an
Continuing, the writer says no Hoh
enzollern is allowed to ascend the throne
or keep it who is afflicted with an incur
able disease, and, if bo, no obviouB mad
ness can be tolerated in the emperor.
The knowledge of this increasing disa
bility threatening the emperor doubtless
intensely aggravates the symptoms of
his disease. It is said that should things
get but littte worse, Prince Henry of
Prussia, the emperor's brother, will be
proclaimed recent, with an advisory
ruiNUKSH K cuimav.
Ha at Last Concluded to Go on the
Ni:v Yokk, March 120. The World's
copyrighted cable letter from .London
Princess Clara do Cliimay started for
Paris as soon as she received her March
allowance, and is busily occupied there
getting now clothes, iligo is still with
ler, and apparently holds her affec
tions. Tho prlnccBS is again an object
of great interest in Paris, according to
Edmund Leroy, of Le Journal. "In the
eyes of heaven," she protested to him,
'Iiigo is my husband, because he is the
choice of my heart. If I cannot marry
him in France, I will in England, un
less his wife, that, wretched woman,
etill opposes a divorce, although she haB
received so much money from us."
The princess recoived yesterday with
great cordiality the World correspond
ent. Ho found her and Rigo a the
Hotel Terminus, surrounded by a motley
crowd of gypsy musicians drinking
champagne and smoking expensive
cigars. Princess Clara was very angry
with her former huaband, who had just
refined to let her have a former pet dog,
present from her brother, except upon
Payment of 2,000 franca. Rigo recently
Played at a Cretan benefit concert, and
tue princess has at laBt consented to
appear on the stage at the winter gar
oenof JJorlin in April, receiving .$0,000
month, and at the Alhambra, of
ndon, in May, for which she will be
Paid $8,000 and expenses.
Koine manager, therefore, is likely to
"ave her in New York, although Bhe
insists slio ia afraid of the American
TK NAiaaitUHY illNISTHY.
Nuw ,,"s ,( Contend With the HrllHh
New Youk, March 20. A copyrighted
"Patch to tin World from 'London
The Urat leveibenUion of an Eng-
8 Rim fired against Grteoe and it ia
S U WiU co,ue vvoulU in all prob-
ill t0ppl over lhu Salisbury mini
y, like a liouao of cards. All England
. lenrtil' oshnmed of tho government's
"iluue toward Creto. Thia !e becom-
Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and
licalthfulncsK. Assutcs the food against nlum
and all forms of adult r.ti!on common to the
KOYAI. IlAKINO POWDKU CO., NEW YoUK.
ing obvious daily, in spite of Lord
Salisbury's still intact majority in par
liament. Tho expressions of Mr. Glad
atone's letter to the Duke of West
minster ring through the lnnd. Punch's
cartoon of a British sailor contemplat
ing a Turkish jannissary threatening a
Greek Boldier reflects the popular humor
here. It. is labeled : "Ah, that Greek
is a plucky little chap!" Sir John
Tenniel makes Jack Tar say : "Precious
sorry that we and my furrin mates have
to stop him."
Another periodical imagines two doges
of Venice discussing the situation.
Francisco Moromosi remarks: "Why,
there is a sound of cannon at Canea."
Luigi Morcenigo responds: "Doubt
less it is the fleet of the republic once
again defending Europe from the
An official caretaker explains: "No,
excellencies ; it is Europe defending the
Turks from the Christians."
Moromosi and Morcenigo exclaim to
gether: "ikek! Back to the tomb!
Better to be with the dead!"
CHICAGO WAS DAKK
l'ccullur I'lienonienoii at the Windy
CinoACio, March 20. Rain clouds,
fogs, humidity and smoke mixed up yes
terday ufternoan and sent a black shad
ow over the city. Thousands ot citizens
were startled and mystified by the sud
den transition from day to night, aud
thought a cyclone was coming. In a
few minutes the sun Bhone again. Then
for four times like a succession of waves,
the darkness swept over the city and lost
itself in the gray cloud that hung over
the lake. Eacli wave was less dense
than its predecessor, but each was still
dense enough to compel attention until
it had rolled its course and had vanish
ed. During the first spell there were any
number of collisions between street cars
and other vehicles. Many persons were
caught, in dangerous places in front of
vehicles, and the crossing police were in
a quandary out of which they were only
rescued by the return of light. When
traffic was resumed after the resumption
of daylight the street cars that came
from other division to the South Side
were equipped with headlights. Grip-
and moiormen had been compelled to
feel their way along.
The harbor was one of the darkest
spots in the city. The wind lifted up
and deposited an unusually large lot of
smoke and fog and clouds there, and in
fact all along tho lake shore. On the
North Side women in their homes were
Water is the cheapest
beverage. Tea next.
There are 1 50 to 200 cups
in a pound of Schilling's
Best, and such pleasure as
those do not suspect who
drink colored tea.
It is to stale-roasted tea
what fresh-roasted coffee is
to stale-roasted coffee; and
what fresh -roasted peanuts
is to stale-roasted peanuts.
At grocers' in packages.
A Schilling & Company
Sn fnuiciwo wl
seriously Brightened. So were the men,
for some of them climbed into their cy
The first rumor that got abroad when
it was light enough to find one'3 way
about, was that there had been a cy
clone in South Chicago, where havoc
had been played. Bnt prompt inves
'tigotion showed this to be untrue, while
equally prompt reports came in from
other sections and many suburbs that
there had been darkness, but no damage.
GAKY MADE NO CHANGE.
IMntrlbutlon of I'utronnjce IV ill
llnue us of Ynro.
Washington, March 20i Postmaster
General Gary will continue the old
policy as to distributing patronage of
the postoffices and he announced to the
Associated Press today that he would
not deviate from the practice followed
by past administrations. This, as a
general rule, gives to every senator tho
privilege of recommending a postmaster
for his home poatoffice, and allots to
each Republican senator the Inrge post
offices in his difctrict, which, however,
in the case of a senator not of the Re
publican faith, will go to tho Republi
can committee or other referee. With
theso exceptions, the Republican rep
resentatives are usually permitted to
name the postmasters for their respec
tive districts. In Democratic districts,
the selection is left to a referee, and per
haps to a Republican congressional dele
gation, who will have to keep them
selves posted as to the dates oi the ex
piration of terms of postmasters, as the
old custom of the department of send
ing,notices to senators and representa
tives of expirations of postmasters'
coiamissBions, which was etqpped by
Postmaster-General Bisseil, will not be
There is more Catarrh in this sectio.i
of the country than all othe diseases put
together, and until the last few yeaja
was Bupposed to be incurable. For a
great many years doctors pronounced it
a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable. Science has proven catarrh
to be a constitutional disease, and there
fore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrah Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the
only constitutional cure on the market.
It is taken internally in doses from ten
drops to a teaspoouful. It acts directly!
on the blood and mucous surfaces of me
system. They offer one hundred dollars
for any case it fails to cure. Send for
circulars and testmonials. Address,
F. J. Chunky & Co., Toledo, O.
jpfiTSold by Druggists, 75c. 7
Dangers of the Grip.
The greatest dangers from La Grippe
is of it resulting in pneumonia. If rea
sonable care is used, however, and
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is taken,
all danger will be avoided. Among the
tens of thousands who have used this
remedy for la grippe, vvo have yet to
learn of a einglo case having resulted
in pneumonia, which shows conclusively
that this remedy is a certain preventive
of that dread disease. It will affect a
uermaneut cure in less time than any
other treatment. The 25 and 50 cent
sir.es for sale by Blakeley & Houghton.
For Sale or Trade.
A desirable ranch of 100 acres, within
lour miles of Dalles City, with one span
mares, harness, wagons, plows and other
property. Fine fruit land and abun
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City property. Inquire of
A. S. Mac Am.isteii,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent.
Cnito.vici.E office, Tho Dalles, Or.
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