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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1893.
KT 1)1 1)1 nnc i vn ihth
Niv You, March 11. In a length?
dispatch regarding the Hawaiian treaty,
the Washington correspondent of a
morning paper un that a gentleman
closely connected with the administra
tion is authority for the stntenient that
the Hawaiian matter will be taken up
immediately by Jude Greshain, and
Sothera gav a dinner to F1oreooaAa
I London club and invited htm tue half
I an hoar later than any uf the other
goesta. He aaid to his g-OfwSa, who were
; eminent men in literature and politic
i and in the nobility: "When Kkirenoa ,
j cornea sn;poee yon all get under the !
! table? He'll think hi lateness ha ,
! caused you to kve." So when Florence j
messajw transtuitUng a treaty of 1 as announced e-1 except botaern got ;
nnuer ine lame, ana uuueuoui iuj
them from sight. As Florence entered
he saw Sothern alone and said: 1
"Has nobody come yet?
"Oh, yes," said Sotbem in a iood
votoa. "They've all come. And as soon
as yon were announced they hid under
aorutt kind will be sent to the seuate
during the present special sensiun.
This gentleman, w ho is in a position to
know, said further that the treaty would
be on annexation line-, although radi
cal!? different in its teruis from the Har
rison treaty. The features that would i the table, though why the deuca they
be added, he stated, would leave no j did it I cant imagine."
Doakibie chance for the snear svndicate I une cy one me grata crawnea cm.
to reap anv benelits, which will relieve
the I'nited States from anv financial
responsibility for the support of the) Oooe lawka.
islands. In other words, the attitude liood looks are more than skin deep,
of this administration is not unfavorable , depending upon a healthy condition of
to annexation, but is opposed to the i all the vital onrans. If the liver be in
1 1 K. U. . rt it w
. ...(,,i.lnl tUl i.it.'rmltl
j mMur I'r 1 ui ktT. bth
I Hank, 1 he I'allfa, nr.
lllrtn. hue i
FRAZER & WYNDHAM, Propristors.
1 I mud N .
K-IU I VN (lloa loriTHin mrni'Ul
1. l all aliwtrvU 'nuiilly, t
Ui.v ir mirl-.i. tu'.v ort-ountr). OUue o. mhu
ST 1 haplaau tl. 1. U
K. O. U. ! A S a ravatciAa awd sra-1
aiori. I'Irnw. rtioiuA & ami S i tmiuitan
laio hourm y t.. VI A.M., i to 4 and 7 lotf. K.
It. KlI'l'Kl.l. ATToaNIT AT I.AW- Olf.re
Court Mml, The liu-. Oregon.
, looking red and ashamed. Sew
Harrison treaty, because it is thought to
have been too ;hasti!y drawn, and not
lull and definite enough in its scope to
properly protect the interests of our government.
Tb Kwalt Kw4.
Sas Fraxcjkco, March 12. The reve
nue cutter Richard Knsh is lying in the
stream off the foot of Clay street with
fires banked and ready at a moment's per bottle.
active, too nave a bullous look, if vour
stomach lie disordered yon have a dys
peptic look, and if your kidneys be af
fected you nave a pinched look, becure
your health and you will have good
looks. Electric Bitters is the great al
terative and tonic acts directly on these
vital orgwna. Cures pimples, blotches,
boils and gives a good complexion. Sold
at Snipes A Kinerslv's drugstore, 50c
notice to sail for any port she may be
ordered to. The Bush is nnder special
orders from Washington, P-. C. What
her destination is there is no war of tell
ing positively, but it is more than likely
that the revenue cutter is bound for
Honolulu, and that besides dispatches
she may take down a senatorial com
xuittee to investigate matters at the
islands. Captain Hooper has been
ordered to prepare the Rash immedi
ately for a 2,500-mile voyage to extend
over two months, and to bold the vessel
tinder waiting orders.
Sax FitAScrsco, March 12. From
Washington arrangements have been
made with Sprectles Bros, to hold the
steamer Australia, which was to have
sailed for Honolulu Wednesdav. The
following dispatch was received late yes
terday from Superintendent of Foreign
Mails .Brooks by Postmaster Backus
"Please ascertain and advise me this
evening what price the agent will name
to hold the Australian 4S hoursr"
roet master uacitis conlerred at once
with preckles,;.and the terms named
were evidently satisfactory, for the post
office department has telegraphed Mr
tpreckels agreeing to his terms and
asking that the Australian be held until
I mlm a Caafca a.
Tbe city of London is pat down by
geographer aa the center of the landed
hemisphere. In other words, a radius
of about 6.000 miles on tbe curved sur
face of the earth, with London aa a cen
ter, would describe a circumference in
closing more land than any 6,000 mile
circle that could be drawn from acy
outer city m ue woru. icxenange.
Xothitft like it
Dr. Pierce' Favorite tVcscrip.
tion. It's as peculiar in it.i comjwj
feition, as in its curative effects, in
all the diseases and disorders that
afflict womankind. It's a legitimate
medicine an inrioratincr, restora
tive touie, a aoothinsj and 6treneth-
enuisr nervine, and a positive rem
edy for female weaknesses and
ailments. . All functional disturb
ances, irregularities, and derange
ments are" cured by it. There's
nothine like it in the war it acts
there's nothing like it in the way
it'a sold. It guaranteed to give
satisfaction in every cams or the
money paid for it u promptly re
funded. Read the guarantee on the wrap
per. Ton lose nothing if it doesn't
help yon but it wilL
The syFtem is invigorated, the
blood enriched, digestion improved,
melancholy and Dervousness dis
pelled. It's a legitimate medicine,
the only on that's ffuaraUed to
give satisfaction in the cure of all
"female complaints. " j
a a trrra. miiiMni.
J l Kl'K. a MEXFKE ATToaMTi at
I" LAW-Htmii'M 4J mid 4,;, ovir FMt
ttt.i'v huiltlinc, Kutnure uu WafcMugtou tflrwt
H. N M.SOS invnit iT Uf - Rixwn
and New Vi Uuiri. bvituid ttrwl.
h baiMa, umcuu.
. BKXNKTT. ATTOKNEV-AT-LAW. Of
At'v in netuuiuu t buililiits, up ftUirm. Tnt
. r. mat, a. aarsTiKunw. a. a waaua.
VS. HTNTlSiiTON A ATToa
Yft-AT-LAW ottUf. Fnent'ta's blnrk ovar
Flr National bauk. - ' 1'ailaa. Unnitm.
8riEVBLY NO. A!?, K. OF L-Mwa In K.
( 1. hall ttaa Mi-ond and dmrlh K ali
dajra o( each muuch at ? Ju a. m.
lai- y asi-'
It' . r
At the old stand of R. Lasher,
no Front St The Dalles, Or
ASfO UtHiE. NO. 1A, A. F. A A. M.-Meeta
flnrt and llilnl MuuUa; ol aach month at 7
TAALUiS ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER NO. S.-
1 llnu In MaaiHiir Hall the third Madnaadar
of aaah mouth al 7 F. M.
fOrERl WOOIDTES OF THE WORLD.
Uifof aach week in Frah-rnitt liall. at 7 . p. m.
'OLU jf Bl A LOIHiE. NO. 6. 1. O. O. F. Marts
V1 Trr tTtamr avenlna at 7 .Wa i ivk In A
of P. hall, omier tiaruud and Court MranA
iHijoamiii Drothen ara walnima.
a. (.LOUGH. BVC V. H. A. BILXA.V. O
THE DALLES MERCANTILE C(
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE DALLES,
BRAINAM) & ARMSTRONG'S I
FINE LINE OF
No. 390 to 394, 2d
street. The Dai;
FKIKKlttfUF LOIX.E. NO. S., K. of P. Mecto
evtfTT kondav evaulna at ? .ttk . .1.w.l t
Schanno s bu:Ulma. wmw of Court and iMmmii
uTvia. sotourutus member are onrdtalir In
r. a. tui.
it. H'.Virn, K. of R, and 8.
rropoaala for Bid a.
Sealed bids will be received at the of
fice ol iTanuail .burcet until noon
March IDth, l!t93, for the superstructure
ot a proposed dwelling to be built for
. i i-radshaw on toe northeast cor
ner of Washington and Fourth streets,
Tbe Ihilles, Or., according to the plans
and specifications prepared bv C. J.
Uiiie will also be received at the same
time and place for tbe mason work of
the above mentioned buildinc. Plans
and specifications can be seen at the of-
fii'-e of Crandail 4 Burcet.
The right is reserved to reject anv and
Seeds in Bulk.
ll"OXEV CHR1HTIAN TRMPERENCE
' I NIOX will mM am Vn,la ltrn.,n
at t o'clock at the raadiac room. AUare Invluol I
I larmon Lodre No. S)1, 1. o. . T.-Rtnular I
M. OTMKIV niMMftnM Uixi.w "I -. 1 . I
rimicniiijr ,iaiL AUareinvited.
"There is a tide in the affairs of men which, taken at itsf.J
leads on to fortune. '
The poet unquestionably had reference to the
-TEMFl-E LOIK.E NO. a A O n
X in Fralermtv HalL over Kellera.
"s i ourauaj Tauuura at 7 Ai.
MTKaa, rinaiK-ler. SI. W.
TAH. NFMIT!1 T, No.S2.ti. A R.-Mt
" varr natunla at 7 aj r a . in rh. a- .j v
T or L. E
Li, the k of p. lialL
MeetaererT Hauday afternoon in
lct Baa kera Wut TrMamrj Sm
V ashiugto.x, March 10. Secretary
Carlisle has received offers from Chicago
bankers to exchange $3,000,000 of gold
for a like amount of small treasurv
notes, with intimations that probablv
$10,000,000 will be wanted on the same
terms. Carlisle will forward the small
notes at once. The treasury has no ad
nces of intended gold shipments Satur
day. United States Treasurer Nebecker
has tendered Lis resignation. Cleveland
notified him it would be accepted as
snon as possible.
KsiawlmaJ la WaabJwctew.
tVasbisotox, March 10. The Prin
cess Kaiaulani and party, nnder the
guidance of Mr. Davies, left the Arling
ton hotel at 11 o'clock. The first visit
was to Corcoran gallery. The princess
came downstairs and passed through the
hall of the hotel, where she was re
garded with considerable curiositv bv
the crowd assembled.
'3 an- Lecotiing aa bad as women
l'.:e udopti.iu tif strange and uncoin-
ortaoH Litooiuua ia clothing." said a
Fi.:n ktenar castotu tailor, "and thev
iwi areas reform preacocsl to them al
most aa macU as the feiniuine sex. Take
the high collars that are in vogne. and
wLich are worn higher than ever this
fall. They almost strangle one and chafe
toe ssin nil til it is gore. .LVtw-e-j Lit
heavy, hot braver tat and the tLrLt col
lar, baldness is becoming rampant in oar
cities. The high, tigbt cuilar ha as
mncn to do with causing LaMiM u anv
other one thing. Then the tnodern style
ui ntting tne ciotnee lorcea us to mum
them tight and snug all around, and this
prevents one from reallv enioving life.
i igat patent leather shoes sweat and
pinch the f"-t until walking la a painful
exercise. Every time I see a dude with
all of the latest style of modern clothea
I pity him, and wonder that he submits
"uiuuiarj KHTure. i can assnrs
you tnat if his clothes fit him he ia mis.
erable. The old adage that if a man's
clotbjea don t fit him he Is uncomfort
able' has been reversed." New York
J. Jri. CROSS'!
Hay, Grain and Feed Store.
Fresh Paint I
EhANG VEREINMwt. erarr
VI venluc In llit- m. ol K tin
Fnrnitnre & Car
BOF L, F. PIVISIUN. No. IHT-Mwwln
K. of P. liall the Mntl mA thit u ..
day of each mouth, at ;n r. m.
THE t UI KCHtt.
ST. fETERM CHTRCH -Rev. Father Rao...
aBSKT l anu.r. Low Mmm arerr huihI.t .i
at CRANDALL &. BURGET'S,
Who are selling these goods out at greatly-reduced raid
MICHELEACH LKICK, - . UNION ST.
Vaapaira at J
w. c. (iiLicrr hereby iend
Hi riin.ti.imMiu to every friend
And enemy if he ha- am
Be they few or be they many.
The time for painting now baa come.
And every one dealrea home
That freah and elean and new,
A none but a f xal painter can dk
Palntin. panerinr and lajin, too,
W ill make your old imuw iiioa quite new.
He will take y.ior work either way.
By the job or by the day.
If yon have work iv him it enll.
lie 11 take your ordera, larjrv or amall
V. C. GILBERT
P. O. Boi No. S,
THL DALLES OR.
&&M&tfxr5z- Z7r? PA UL KRE FT &. C O
-very rtnnday at II a. u. and 7 r. a. kuim1t I f
-very minaay at II a. a. and , mi r. m. kuimI.t
h.Ki. to A. a. tvenlna Fraver on Fndar at
F1R!4T BAPTlrtT (-Ht'RCH kev. O. D. Tav
Lo. Haab. alumina- aerruiea aerr Hah.
bath at the ar-arterny at 11
-k-i. ininiraiawiy afier momins arrvinai
Prayer meetiiic Kndav evenlna at r-Mi. Mi
leii. t'niou aerricva In Uia court hou,i r
t F. Jl.
PAINTS, OILS AND-GLASS
And the Most Complete and the Utert Patterns and Designs U
CON(rkEOATINAL lit Rl ll-Rer W. :
crma, f'asttir. Hervtreaerery hunday at 11
. a. and 7 r. a. Sunday Hrt,i after ni.m.ln.
oraiiaeravorujaiiy lnrilau- IMsala fr
E. t IK KCH-ker J. Wriklc. rawtor.
nerruM every Sunday monilneai 11am
nuuday m-h..l mi u ju o nock r. a. Epworth
lraarue at A At p. a. Fravar meeUna everv
rhurwlay eyeinns at 7 :) o cl.n-k a eordial in-
riuiion ia axteuded br both uaator aud pvie I
CHKI-TIAS CHrRf'H Rsv. j. w. Jkkkihk.
Faator. FrenrhiMff In the (:oTiemri,ri..,al
I eordiaiiy invited
Prarlical I'ainter and I'aiKr Hinmn Vna Ui .- i. i..i.
pnerwin- una mi and j. w . ilasury's TainU n-ed in ail jur work, and none
the most skilled workmen employed. Agents lor Mastiry Liquid 1'ainU.
chemical combination or soap miitare. A first rlass artid, in aij color,,
ordera promptly attended to.
Paint Shoo comer Thirdaod WMuinfton Eta- Tit Dallei. M
at s r. a. Ail are
"VVAsntxoTOK, March 9. Tbe president
has sent the following nominations to
the senate :
Josiah Quincy, of Massachusetts, as
sistant secretary of state.
Kobert A. Maxwell, of 5ew York,
fourth assistant postmaster-general.
Isaac P. Gray, of Indiana, minister to
Patrick A. Collins, of Massachusetts,
consnl-genera! to London.
F . P. Gale, of Sew Mexico, receiver of
public moneys at Roswell, N". M.
Three days is a very short time in
which to cure a bad case of rheumatism ;
but it can be done, if the proper treat
ment is adopted, as will be seen bv the
Jollowing from James Lambert, of Sew
.Brunswick, Ills. : "I was badly afflicted
with rheumatism in the hips and legs,
when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
rain Calm. It cured me in three days.
I am all right today ; and would insist
on every one who is afllicted with that
terrible disease to use Cba iiberlain's
Pain Balm and get well at once." 60
cent bottles for sale by Biakeley &
Joseph V. Dory, of Warsaw, III., was
troubled with rheumatism and tried
number of different remedies, but says
none ol them seemed to do him any
good ; but finally he fot hold of one
that speedily cured him. He was much
pleased with it, and telt sure that others
tiuilarly afflicted would like to know
what the remedy was that cured him.
He states for the benefit of the public
that it is called Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. For aale by Biakeley & Hough
Those who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know its value, and those who
have not, have now the opportunitv to
try it free. Call on the advertised drug
gist and get a trial bottle, free, fend
your name and address to II . E. Bncklen
4 Co., Chicago, and get a sanitoe Lot nf
vr. King s ew Life Pills free, as well
as a copy of Guide to Health and Houb
hold Instructor, free. All of which
guaranteed to do you good and cost you
nothing, bold by 8niies & Kinerlvs
Tfc bailor1 FriawaU
Mr. Samuel Plimsoll std kwra tr. n.
house in Park lane, and is far from well,
but he has sufficiently recovered hima.lf
to be able to write a letter claiming one
result or rather the want of result of
the recent storm to legislation. Has
there ever been remembered- ha aaW.
gale of equal suddermeaa, violence and
uuxauou wuica was not the cause of
ery, very much greater loss of life than
that recorded of the gale which has re
cently passed away?
A year and eight months ago, when be
was fervently urtriag the governmimt t
assist in passing the load line UU, it was
euuwii sum me upioraljle loss of life at
sea irom overloading was entirely pre
ventable, and that the passing of the
bid would immediately check It, while,
when the act was steadily and uniformly
administered, this head of loss would
disappear. He points triumphantly to
the recent gale for wmfirmation. Liver
pool (Eng.) Mercury.
trail Lutheran eharrh. Ninth nwt. Kr a
Horn, patr twnrlo- at 11 JU a. m. hniul.i
'hial at ::::) p. tu. A cordial welcome to every
Watcbec and Jewelry n-waired to rmW ,
maun noucc and utinfactlun ruaranteed
Star of I. C. Nlrkelaea. td at. The Dalle
From TEKJEIHflJi or IflTEHIOS Points
J.D. PARISH. Prop.
. M. Hcasara,
First Rational Bank.
THE DALLES. - - - ORECOt
A General Banking Businees trans
Jrpoait received, subject to riftt
Draft or Check.
Collections made and proceeds promri
remitted on day of collection.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange toMal
M" lork, han rrancisoo and Portland.
riLZ & nitsciiki:
U the line to lake
TO ALL RIMS EAST AND SOETB.
II 1 th- rtn.Kr f ar Rrmo ti n.r.. tk-, s.
! Furniture and Carpets
We have added to nnr litminiMia a
j Kiin).lci rndertading KtaMiNhnint,
and as we are in no wav rxmneited wlfh
the I ndertakers' Trust; our prices; will
be low accordingly.
FHENCH & CO
BANKERS. TRANSACT A uEXERALBANKIu rt
BtalUoa for Sale Cam.
A fine thoroughbr-d. 6 rear old stal
lion for sale cheap. For further particu
lars apply at this office.
Back law 'a Ara Ira Sain.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sore-, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all akin eruptions, and powi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price Zi cents
per box. For sale by Pnipee A Kin
ersly. Some orchard ists on Hnake river esti
mate that while there will be a ft;!!
yield of plums, cherries, annlw and
pears, there will not be more than half!
crop of peaches.
I SaUcri' f.,r Thi Dah. CiiBu.Mcxr.
ISO CHANGE OF t ARS.J
Omnneed of Idnln ar nnnunHuard. Fnll
man ir.wiii kootn aieerwraof lakatequipuieui.
TOURIST SLED'KG CARS
f Jh"',7n be e.mtrnrtl, .rt In whlrh
nThoil2" V'i" J""' tnr Fnn-i-t-ed
lor uoideraof Finn and oecoudlajai TrckeWi.and
ELEGANT BAY COACHES
A rontinnona ltn . . . .. ..
afr.din direct and nniiiierruuual aurri
Fn'lman Slerper rwrvalinnii
In advance liirougb an; aarent of
r.ficiaird and lurn t
uraet oniee of the eompaiif
en I aerrired
TLis old. tamular and rvlial.lu v,..
has len eritirtily refuminiie.1, and ev-rv
riajm has btn reiana.rvd a,.,l o.;. .Ji
and newly carjted throughout. Tbe
initiae comau,, lnt ruomsaud is snpplied
with every moern ronv.niiiui I-....-
rmaonable. A trl miminni l
to the house. Frvr !m to .n.l f.. .n
C. W. KNOWLES. Prop.
1 Fk P T. ....... T c c
The Illee at f a m errrr d.T and r- ! l-' , Wm iV. J. I A TaT
1". at I nnevlile In thlrtr-an Lmira. Inin " IU.IAWS, UtO. A- W-
I'rinerllle at ft a m erenf rr and armra at . H. M. Bt ALL.
The iiallea ill tliirtr-aix houra. '
Carries the U. S. Mail, Passmjitni ted Expres
-Cunwcli at Fr1o-lile with
8tagei from Eastern and Boothern Or
egon, northern California and
all Interior Points.
Aln maka rl.w eonnartl'ia at The ballea with
trailm from Fortland and all eaaUirn poliila.
." Coanecai t:nn.
: Gocd iccoEaciLiiicDi alcsz us rrad.
. rir-:ua tsa:la am ic:j ivi. j
. EUTe8 Wriff laii!i w:: nt
All neraont wlrhlnr dmmv. m,i.t v. ti
tl"rr. Ulil" fare; othera will n-rt he
rlved. yx,t,-m. r.u.i U wayl.illed at i.fl,re
it the htare i. wlU i..it be ft-i-maiMr. The
m,i-.nr i; tk. m.ri.k ,m nj traiiamlt
wl. Fartiel.r attention rireo to d-iir-rtns
exia n.alt.-r at I riN-rl'.e and all am.theni
poiiiu In Unvm. and n.lv.u.fr i-hnrirw alii be
imm dx me conipanr.
Letters of Credit issued available
. 1 .! "tor- I'anatllla Hnaaa.
1 ha lallaa.
Of DALLES CITY, OR.
To and from all i
rwlllUi In Amri.. !
he pureraaed al any
Fnll Inf.irmatlon nmmlnf rem. time ,4
f. C. ALLAWAY.
'. .o.. kSTtn.KUir oihce, The
W. H. BUTTS, Prop.
No. 90 Second fireet. The Dalles,
An( fi. p. a a.
lntllea. Or . of
. ., , ' "WAKI.TO.V.
Ai L Oetieral 1 aL.,.r '0r.UaJi
This well known stand, kept by the
wel known W. H. Bntu., long t
d.ut of a-o county, has an eitraordi
nary fine stock of
Sf.tp L'erler'j Mirit jjd rlh Mtukin
In fact , all the lending brand of line
Wines, Li..ti.M-s and Cigars. o,Ve the
oij man a tail and you will come aain.
Z. F. Mooor
- M. A. Mouut
General Baokinj Basiness Transacted1.
Kight Exchanges Hold on
and 1-OKTLAND, OR.
Collections made on favoreble terms
at ail accessible points.
Wght Exchange and Te)egfP
Transfers sold on New York,Chirjr '
Ixiuis, ran Francisco, Portland Off
Seattle Waxh., and various points to''
egon and Washington.
Collections uiade at all points
Campbell Bros. Propi
(JactMtn to r. I. Crai.)
Manufacturer of th flnatt Frtncto'
Caat of Fortland.
Tropica! Fruits, Nuts, Cigari vA lj
Can famish an of thaa foods at mi
or Hatell I
VTr"t3ir, T WA-'
Ja Erary etlw.
Ice Cream andjoda Water.
104 fcecond Street, The Dalles, Ol-