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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1893.
The Weekly Chronicle.
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AT-; II' 17 .1 r i:ve.
Wc st.wnl Mt the window on New Year's
Ai tin' xim sank tail of the wl,
Willi a farewell trimmer upon the hill
AuJ it kiwi on tin' river's brcaH.
A mist erf t down from the diille.- hIxivi',
As the opaline tint irrew pule,
KUlllutll Star. Illlllltnl lll Of tllP ly Onli r nl llll tnmlilnii oiiiwll ii I'hIIh
Smth.-,,, IVoillc, h lol,l.yii, in Wash- WX'.
inuton In Llll tho Nu'arainni Oanid bill. I riiiimil l.il"iit I. ii'-.-,t ! nl.-i ami main-
FLOYD & SHOWN,
. ... ... . . . ... ii' iiiiiintviMiivii i I
H tali l piiilMxiyuitt ine wmie oi 1110 wnoiu , ,,,.r Bti. , u. r,,.i
commercial world. A lttiilili-!". try
ing to butt down the limn tliHl ill build
iiilt a ditch would look nn nion ridicul
ous. The ditch will lx built, and w hile
it will drain all the witter out of the
And wrapped the bus- of the lofty rangt' i h1(v1s of the Southern l'aoitie, Iliuitiii-
ton ran oulv hum.
The New York Word ycHi-rihsy
chaiyvi, in a thrv? column article. tl;:il
the l'.i:um i (Mil tl I'orruptionisli" and
thieve? haw -xcudtd over fli.'rtMl.iliXl in
t he hriU'ry of A inei k;n h'-i.-iatorsi. It
claims to kumv tli.it two million live
hundred thousand dollars was nMt to
this nmniry, und no explanation has
leen given f h.it ne was necessary or
made oi thi v.i-u num. llriU-ry am!
corruption were practiced in the lrnited
States iiidt a llajrautlv, althou 'h !
in extent and in tin? amount of money
used. It is ad the matter w ill In; fullv
exposed. The Iluutiiiptons, and every
one opposed loany canal beiiionened to
interfere with their preserves, an- sup
posed to lie the instigators of these
It has been a n.ounoed that .Vr. Hl.uiie
is "dvinsr of axv de ciieratinn of the
kidneys and ur emic roisoninir. With
these ailments po the attendant pheno
mena of faulty action of the heart,
watery condition ot the blood and brain,
coniotow spells and icy cold ex trend ties.'
Mr. lUaiue's close associates and in
timate friends understand the nature of
his malady. They know that he has
driven his wn frame witli an impetuos
ity and a pitilessness which he would not
have applied to his borne or his servant
For half a century he lias been sinking
the spur of ambition into his own tor
tured flesh, and now both the goad and
the victim are thoroughly worn out.
The Mobile Kegister boasts of having
"in the south 300,000 l'uion soldiers'
graves," and says "there is as many
more in the north." It grieves over the
fact that "-o many are left alive." If
the old veterans that defended the flag
would all lie down and die it would re
lieve democratic newspapers and politi
cians wonderfully, from the standpoint
of the Register. They would build bon
fires and throw up their hats and attend
the funerals as the most happy event of
The Nashville American remarks:
"Our republican friends die hard." Our
esteemed contemporary has made a mis
take in its diagnosis. Tite republican
party after an arduous and very nearly
continuous labor for thirty-two years is
only taking a short rest. It is unlike
the democratic party. It has a ((rand
history behind it, and can look to the
future with complacency and confidence,
tuch a party don't die from a single kick.
. )w; c -t
In the fold. of its soft grey veil.
Far up in the heaven of tw ilight, aliovo
The gap where the liver comes thro',
A single star like an island of Iv'ht
Shorn; out in an oivannf blue.
Over th.i rim of the liilU, northeut,
An aureola of palest gold
Showed where the great round moon
To watch the year grow old.
The year that has brought sad lessons I
And its cures to my lovo and I ;
Yet sweeter than all the sweet rears of
Is the year that is ready to die.
THE IMMIGRATION QUESTION.
The start which has been made in the
United States within half a year past to
remedy the abuses of foreign immigra
tion, is viewed with alarm across the
Atlantic, but it i more than probable
that the movement will be continued.
The question as considered by the sen
ate committee on immigration has been
accompanied with more than one social
and economic factor lending influence
in favor of drastic action. The time
was when emigration from Europe was
prompted by a desire on the part of
emigrants to enjoy liberty and to secure
a betterment of their social condition.
ow the evils of contract labor, the ious Attacks, and all doraniremenU
...1-4. I . I I m .m . - -
grrru oi capitalists 10 populate western ot Itio Btomach and bowels, are
lands, and, above all, the "increasing i promptly relieved and pormauentlv
..r ..- !.. . ,11 r
ciiirin ui r.uropean communities to senu curen.
to America their chronic paupers, luna-1 They're the chea)est pill you can
tics and criminals, have given to this J buy, because they're guaranteed to
question a gravity that has not before I Cive satisfaction, or your ruouer is
belonged to H.' Sanitarv exnerts have reiurneu.
caujttwrr laso ,
if you havVJ,sconifort and BtifTor
inp, take l'ierce'a 1'leasnnt
IVllets, orAntlVIiilious Granules.
They're rfiacV A) assist Nature in
her own way quietly, but thor
ouqhlv. What tho old-fashioned
pill Jid forcibly, these do mildly
and gently. They do more, too.
Their offert are lastine ; they
regtdate tao s'yRtem, as well an
cleanse aniHrojtovato it. Ouo little
Pellet's a crntlo laxative ; three to
four act a a ' cathartic. They're
tho smallest, clicancst, tho easiest
to take. ITnequalcd as a Liver
Pill. Sick Headache, Ililious Head
ache, Constipation, Indigestion, Iil-
ii ft.-itil rl:v. a hfi In
u i.ili'll linl.rmt'tiu'ttt
will In. lovt. in tin' ilurtN ail'm', nl llii'iv
In, m i lit Mnhl (ui.tii, fmi'MI w III In- lil.tili, mil'
HtlMit finirti-ii liaii. I i,,ii, llin IIiih ii i Ul li'vt t ! ii
nl ItiN nutli-v. On- imiiiTi, f l llilnli m til
Iriltlv mlnivul llu-ri'di. iiliiilt llU- llii-lr rv
; itiiiii-trulifH Rviiliml Kiirri iiMniiiriiifiii i(v
ctuirtfr .rn hi l.
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b' iiiNlf liu f'lll'in . In m II I
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j nf inilil V awlil'tjtiiii fctrti't, aiul riiintltiK lln'iu-
tuiiith on miitl SV ii..hliitfliiii !ltv't. In Hi jiiiu'tniii
I oi will uni't witli tilimi lri I. aim riiiiul nu
t llitiire vjT.-rtv a una i!! Kiill"ll hI'v'!. It Hit
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tri4'l. ami ruiiiiliit; Itn nr.' miill'r SI i Milil
liiutillli lrH't, to tlualli'v ii'iiliiiilliiil Alvuril
!t t --t . imiiiI wr In tM'iif tilw Itn'.i trrra ila
1la from llu, .l lit of hi'Ullilitiiif, atHiM' ini'ii
intuit tn Ihi ulii'V l"tvM-ii r'outlli unit 111 1 h
tn-,t. ami nl l'ii Inch t4rra-iitia Ih imni all
jitacv. to Vxo U'riiitlulUoli tlii'iinl, ft.- hIh u latvil
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IUionlT nl liaWifi It r.
Is called to the fact that
HtCAl I I.n in
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
Fino Toilet Sonim, UriiMhea, t'ombs, l'.irfu rV( ;t(, '
I'll re Liquors fur Medirliial I'uriNi.
Physicians Prescr iptions a Specialty. -j
Corner l'uion and Sicund Streets,
The Dnllna, Oregm.
CHRISMAN & CORSON,
Dealer in (ilasa, Unie, l'lnster, Omoiit
and Bailding Material of all kinds.
Flour, Grain, Fruit and Mill Feed.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR FRODTJC I
COU. WASIUNoTtLN AM M'.C'OND
-Carrla. tl, riaaat I.lna mt-
predicted the recurrence of cholera in
Lurope next spring. As a measure of
safety, the surgeon-general recommends
to the secretary of the treasury that all
ports be closed to immigrants for one
year from Jan. 1, h'J3. r rom the sur-
geon-frenerars point of view the immi
gration problem becomes really serious.
A knowledge of the dreadful scourge of
cnoiera must Justify very severe meas
ures to insure immunity from it. If
there be threatening danger from immi
gration, let immigration be stopped.
You only pay for the good yon
Can you ask more ?
To tm found in the City.
X. B. Larniour has returned from an
other visit to his coal discovery between
Camas creek and the north fork of the
John Day. He brought back some sam
ples, and states that there is no doubt
that the coal i of good quality and that
the deposit is a large one. Mr. Larmonr
goes to Portland to report to the com
pany formed there, which intends to
begin active developments in the spring.
United States collector Weidler of
Portland has succeeded in inveighing
just Chinamen into placing tiieir
names on record at the registration
bureau and filing tiieir photographs with
him. The last tw o Chinamen to register j
are laborers, and are the only laborers!
registered so far, all
the other being
The New York Herald says: "There
nit be no Hill-Tammany dictatorship
by the election of Murphy to the Senate.
Let Mr. Murphy, therefire eatiefy his
ambition in some other way." Poor old
tiger; turned himself inside out to elect
a pre-jiilent, ami then t be kicked one
side. Too bud. But the people won't
crv about it.
In the biennial report of the state
board of horticulture, now in the hands
of the state printer, space has been
given to an article on the soils of Ore
gon, in which Prof. G. W . Shaw, of the
Corvallis experiment station, says:
"The main growth of Eastern Oregon is
bunch grass and sage brush." This is
the article which has recently been
scored so meritoriously by the press of
the state, and it seems strange that
some suitable matter could not have
been substituted. It is simply a libel
on the Inland Empire of this region.
In his report to the board Dr. J. It.
Card ell, president, speaks as follows of
the rich Eastern Oregon country: "On
the high rolling nplands of Eastern
Oregon, which have heretofore been left
out of our calculations, it has been dem
onstrated that the home-maker may
grow his own fruits," "and," he might
liave religiously added, "for half the con
tinent besides." Commissioner Ilen-
dersh-jtt says : "The day is not far dis
tant when the fruit interf'st will lie par
amount to all others. There is no sec
tion of country on the Pacific coast
letter adapted for fruit culture than
Eastern Oregon." None of these will
"count" between lids containing M jaw's
E. (iilliam, stock inspector of Uma
tilla county, reports that there are now
about ZiJti.QOQ head of sheep within the
county limits. Tho sheep appear to be
in better condition than usual and are
nearly fiee from scab. Ono or two
bauds are doubtful.
epa full aaaortDMnt at
Staple anil Fancy Groceries
aliioti b uirera at Low ftguras.
SPECIAL :-: PRIGES
to Cash Buyers.
Hiitat Cash Prices for 1m anfl
170 SECOND STREET.
UX. H. Young,
General Blacksmithing and Work done
promptly, and all work
72 fJUoshington Street.
MIAER & BENTON
Cord Woon Fik-Pinij' ash
GROCERIES, 'MA, HARDWARE
TINNING AND PLUMBING A SPECIALTY.
Leave orders cor. Third and Union, or 133 Second i
THE DALLES. OR.
A ctibscrii.'er wishes Tiie Chronicle
to decide a bet, by answering the follow
ing: "Did Harrison carry the electoral
vote of Ohio? Mr. A Lets Mr. B that
Harrison would cirry the electoral vots
of Ohio. Who winh?" Harrison will
receive the full electoral vote of Ohio.
The Chicago Inter-Ocean suggests that
"The Kev. ham Jones should make bis
arrangement to spend a month in hunt
ing satan at his headquarter in New
York, bfirining along a bout the middle
of March, or thereabout. Democrats
alonsr about then will be in depondent
A democratic con temporary says:
"Itepnblicans are anxious to see demo
crats blow in the tariff gun." Yea, the
sooner the better. The country in Its
present proprity can stand the shock
betti.-r than to wait until it is impover
ished by democratic experiment and
The 'ex iteinent is so Kre"t ln Paris
ovirr the re sort of thechemiit that Baron
Itxinach was not fyjitKined, that experts
have rw-ii ordered to finiili the exami
nation and satisfy the ex':iU"d public.
Ariar:h'ils aro uain at work in Paris.
An attempt wa made yesterday to blow
nji the o!ic; station. Much damage
wss done but nobody was hurt.
The American people will patiently
foot the bill while congress spends i
time waiting lor the 4th of March to find
out, "Where am I at?"
No lllockad Here.
borne of our contemporaries are in
nocently spreading reports like this:
"The Union Pacific railroad has had a
hard time fighting the storm king the
past week. The snow was very heavy
in the mountains np the Columbia and
at one timesiz trains were stalled at The
Dalles, waiting for the rotary snow plow
to open the road to Portland for them."
There has been no blockade at any point
in the county of Wasco. Neither at The
Dalles, Hood Liver, nor Cascade I-ocks.
All the diflicultics of obstruction have
occurred in Multnomah county, within
from 18 to 40 miles cf Portland. Please
make a note of this fact. The Dalles is
all sunnhirie roses and chrysanthemums.
At the annual com mimical ion of
Wasco kxhe, No. A. F. and A. M.,
the following oflicen were regularly
installed to serve for the ensuing year :
I. I. Burget, W. M.; II. dough, 8. W. ;
IL Horn, J. W.; Oeo. A. Lick', Treas. ;
O. D. Doane, Bee; O. V. Bolton, 8. D. ;
J. If. Harper, J. D. ; E. 8chaniio, 8. 8. ;
W. E. Oarretson, J. 8. ; P.. i. Cluster,
Horse Shoeing a Speciality
Tiiinl Street, ojzositctiic eld licie Stand.
FRENCH & CO.,
TKASSACT AHENKEAI.DAKKINO UViUSKHH
Letters of Credit issued available in
Hight Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfers sold on New York. Chicago, Kt.
Louis, 8an Francisco, Portland Oregon,
Keattle Wash., and various points in Or
egon and Washington.
Collections made at all points on fav
The St. Charles Hotel,
Tl.:s old, popular and reliable house
haj ken entirely refurnished, and every
room has been rcpnpered and repainted
and newly carpeted throughout. The
house contains 17U rooms and is supplied
with evry modern convenience. Kates
reasonable. A goixl restaurant attached
to the house. Fror bus to and from all
C. W. KNOWLES, Prop.
Campbell Bros. Proprs
ctecesars to f. 1 Cm.)
Muiufacttirrr of lb- flnnst Prvneh sod
last ot PorUiuid.
Tropical Fruits, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco.
Can furniah anr uf thae luoli at WhoKaala
la ETrjr Htyls.
Ics Cream and Soda Water.
104 8econd Ktreet. The Dalles, Or.
Gigar : Factory
FACTORY NO. 105.
Old A PQ' tl,B -o1 Hrands
VVAVJaxItO manufactured, and
orders from ali parts of the country filled
on the shortest notice.
Staple M Fancy Gire
Hay, Grain and Feed.
Masonic Block. Corner Third and Court Streets. The Dallesto.
WE HAVE THEM!!
All the Latest Novelties for the Holidays.
JOHN C. HERTZ,
101) HF.COXD KTKF.ET,
T1IK DALLKH. OREGOX
The reputation of THE DALLF.8 CI
OAlt has Ixi-ome firmly established, and
the demand for tiie home manufactured
article is increasing every day.
A. ULR1CH & SON.
W. E. GARRETSON.
SOLD AO KMT Poll Tilt
tTm IOC. CHOSS
Hay, Grain, Feed & FlourJ
HEADQUARTERS FOR POTATOES. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. (
It bohoovcH everycino, esjH.'cialIy the workingman, to l)Uj
vh-ro ho can buy tho choaiofit and can got tho most for lii
hard oarncd nionoy. Wo Holioit a fc!iaro of your atnma
O L ! J i i. . a ii i . i I i
Ldi.ii idu iur t-'s anu pouiiry. aii goons ceiiyerea uee ana crc;;r" t
Corner Union and Second streets. The Dalles, Oregon
SITUATED AT THE HEAD OF NAVIGATION.
Destined to be the Dest
Manufacturing Center In
the Inland Emplro.
Best Selling Proporty0f
the Season In the North-
All Watch Work Warrantod.
Jewelry Made to Order.
ISS SMua St.. Tha liallaa. Or.
For Further Information Call at tho Office of
Interstate Investment Go.,
0. D. TAYLOR. Tie Bah Or 12 WaslimUm St, Md