THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MARCH G4, 1893. The Weekly Chronicle, i omcui. papeb or a a-o txrTV. DOUBLE TAXAllOX. Entervd at th t.c at Tb Pa!te. Oiccna, SCrX'sUITRiX KATEs. T ;niu rarrin) i abvascc On yrar ... V. Ml Mblllf ..... ... Turn BkOtlu Advrtii!i iwa-iuabie. awl bV fcanwB AMrrv all mmmnntratHWn to-TUE CKBoN KLA. In vretP-o. cwrsTT orriniL. Oowrrr Jmlf.. tlttr-.i. '- TnaMBns $7,500, and he wa given to understand j to .00 per bos it offered lor common to ; j the money woald com from w atson, . enoice. We do not believe that the rouru of , who wa said to hare a barrel of money Feed, grain and hay bar not changed Oregon will sustain th decision of anyto tjnd, and everybody wa trying to I in qu utiona, and th upply exceed 1 local authority which may bold that the hit ahorel into the pile. F.uryard . the demand. I failure to compel the aanie man to pay ! rari he made on hi mind, a the tang j The wool outlk for 1S i for a lar- I tax t ice on tbe same property vitiate , w trying to rob Watson, he would ger clip, and price w ill not rary much J5 SeCOfld Street ' the w hole assessment roll. This is coo- turn in and rob the gang. He told the ' from those of lat year. Those putting j itrarytothe constitutional requirement : man ho made the proposition that he , their wool on the market earuKt wi.l i that all taxation murt he equal and uni-1 Jlurgard and two other men whom he probably get top prices. as the late wool I form, and contrary to the spirit of the named would not rote at all. tbouch. of roartel seldom is satisfactory, statute. Taken in connection with the ' ruurw. be intended to rote for Martin ! The financial condition of the market ' repeal of deduction for debt in the same hen the time came, a did the other I U aomew hat close but undoubtedly the i law, the plain intent of the repeal of the two. They merely wanted to get hold mortgage tax law it that mortgage ' of the money and then let the other upon land which ha already paid f ull ! fellow w hisile. but the lobbrirt would not trust him with the money, mw following from the Telegram made up would he trost the man houi P.urgard froni th agricultural department re arranged to hold th money and boll 1 port will be read with interest. !. 1..M . .1 k. .1 .11 . MkA 01141 UUk 1 lUTV k Alt. j Any double taxation ie unjust. Taxa ; tion of the saw person on the same next sixty day will reveal an easy ton j in all branches. The cereal condition I remain stradv at a minimum. The aaaaaaaaa Blakeley & Houghton DRUGGISTS, The Dalles. Oreg0r' A full lino of all the Standard Patent Mlioii)e, Iru.cs, Chemicals, Etc. .'.-ARTISTS MATERIALS . Country and Mail Order. ill ri,, rron,H ,t.llUoIl. Crta. C BlaacV1 T A. wri m ! property w'c i outrageous. Thi is "i jK wrm: ; tne effect ot all taxation of credit. It .jiK i 'be plain effect when the owner of the Surrrror v" : land covenant in a mortgage deed to vtvo s. M. tauwii ; pay ail taxe upon the loan for lee Miss anna peter & co., I HARRIS TO DIE. ihicb it it seruntr. It u none the lee the ef fect when there is no covenant. In that case, the lender of the money simply soon a he got through. it. So th matter Ml WORLD'S WHEAT CROP. Cat! vie Harris, the wife murderer, is j add enough to th interest or commi eondenwed to electrocution, and ha . si on to cover all possible taxation. been denied a new trial. Unless Got- Great service has been done the eroor Flower reprieve bim, hi death pie of Oregon by the law authorizing the will terminate the most sensational j borrower of money to covenant to pay murder case that ha been tried in New j taxes on the debt in the mortgage deed. York city for a decade. He bad a fair ! This makes it clear to the dullest mind trial before an impartial jury. He wa 1 that tax levied on a debt i paid by the defended by the ablest legal talent, and j borrower. Thi principle i no more all th testimony be wished to advance j true of the loan carrying such a cove was allowed. All wa in vain. The ' nant than of ail loans. Th borrower in verdict wa unanimous against bim. In j the former case merely agree in set a multitude of way be has labored to . terms to do that which he doe in all get a new trial. So strong tas been hi j case ; he merely pays direct to th tax- j appeal that public sentiment became ' collector what, in other rases, the bor- aroused in some unhealthy way, and rower pay through the lender in form on prominent ew lore paper tias oi aujea interest, Don a or commission. TERRIBLY MIXED. The Pispatob savs there cau be no t the last legis'.ai The last monthly report from th de partment of agriculture announce that at present prospect indicate a wheat crop for 1893 of :,."MT,VS,035 bushel. aouoi ou, wn.i tne ia "V- j Thi. is a. immense figure, and so many up thing, generahy One of the most . hau iBiMriMt art nanwd i the assessment I .. . ... , r ' . gate, it tn estimate nnaily come iaw, ana now tn assessor, are ..uut- . peo- j ing what their dutie. are nnder tb new . , , ' T r - " - i which it can tell verr nearlv what each rrr "k" ' ivr. . i rrod0l. ? thi. ubi. u. , - calculation is made. Thn. it i. a. re- sessment mar b mad so that it will,- . . ... . . ,,. liable as any forecast can be. Condition become invalid and then there would be t , ' . , I of ea.on mav yet cbangf thi total by no monev to run the state, county, ...... , . " . . . , . . . . i decreasing or increacng it materially. school or an v other branch of ur gov- . . . " . ' , , ' " beat u the most important grain raised ernment. The law doe not contero-! . . . ,. , . , , , ., . because it is the chief food staple, V hen plate double assessment, vet it sart that I . , . . r . , , , i. i. j j j ji 1 Popolation of the world is ronaid- ... v, : ered, thee two and man nas a larm ana ne uorrows Pine Millinery! labored rigorously in his defense. Re corder Smyth, one of th firmest, and most impartial men that ever at upon a bench, refused to be moved because be saw no valid evidence to support the de mand for a new trial. Harris was a young man who represent a class too common in oar cities. He wa hand some, polished, brilliant and popular. He made a beautiful girl think be loved It i a fixed and universal principle that every tax laid upon a debt i paid by the borrower. The covenant in the mort gage deed simply makes the operation of this principle plain to the mind in capable of close reasoning. ince deduction for debt is abolished, it is nnjust to tax any form of credit, whether a mortgage note, a bank note, bills receivable or a book account. In on the property, gives his note and a When the merits of the new tax law are her and implored her to marry him. i every case, the tax so levied upon the better understood and compared with She consented. Like a villain be tired i creditor is passed on to the debtor, in j th old mortgage tax law, the farmers, of her. Kather than live like a man and form of greater charge for the loan. small property-owners, who are borrow make a happy borne, be poisoned her This is double taxation, because the se- j era, will find that thev have made a verr curity on which the credit wa granted. , serious mistake in the changed condi whether land, collateral, personal J tion of affairs, and instead of relieving propertv or a commercial business, has . them they will be called npon to pay ai been taxed already a property. It is alike nr. just to tax ail forms of credit, but the injustice is made glaring and palpable where the bond itself which secures the loan bear evidence that the borrower, who has already paid tax on the property, agTee to pay tax mav be levied on the debt. third billion of bushel do not seem so immeasurable in mortgage, the partv holding the note.. , . , ,. . , , , . , . i m the supplr is felt is shown by the must pav on it as well as the borrower, u . " . , , . . J ... , high price in wheat in 1891. The world which make double assessment, unless' . . . , ... .... mO"t bar it for food even if it cost a third more than th nsual figure. Its failure in a locality that depends upon it ia even worse. Russia' famine illus trate, this. A great section that raise thi. crop alone wa left almost w:thout a berry of the grain, and th whole world was agonized with the awful stories of thousands dying of starvation npon the vast plain of that empire. M-l . I i . . .. " iwn me l miea Mate would again rejoice to see its farmer, reap the bene- I 112 Second St THE DALLES, 05 the assessor sees fit not to assess the note. The fact of the matter it, the law, if correctly interpreted, has made ex emption of evidence of indebtedness and virtually brought the a&sesament to a single standard, ou real aud personal property, carefully shielding money. while attending a fashionable boarding school in New York city. He planned that death would thut come without discovering him a it fiendish cause. But an innocent sod had been dis patched before it time from thi earth. It must be avenged. A newspaper man came to the rescue; the strange death was investigated; startling develop ment followed ; Harris was arrested, proof was piled on proof, the trial came, the evidence wa convincing, and the verdict was natural. Thus a girl who trusted in a man who professed to love and promised to protect ber sieep in death, but public sentiment and the law demand that the destrover of ber sacred THE DALLES LUMBERING CO INCXIHPOHATKniBS " No. C7 Washington Strkct. . The Dalles. Wholesale and Retail Dealer and Manufacturer of Bonding Material u. Piamka ruber, Dun WinLu Mfe Hot Tvt&kn h Special Attention Elventoth Min.ifr - . - . , w v i iuii ana r a Boxes and Packing Cases. Iotory aaxxd LiumUor ' "aaa-c at Old rX. X)!! DRY Pine, Fir, Oak and Slab WOOD Delivered te any part of the city. 3 c& ( JOBBER aD K.KTA!IJ'a OF Hardware, Tinware, Etc., CORNER FECONP AND FEDERAL STREETS. CELEBRATED Etc. the taxes and money or other evidence of indebtedness will go scot free. The new order of things, with the very ex travagant appropriation of late session, will make the honest tax -payers carry a much heavier burden than they bad un- shatever I der the old law. We be-: lieve the court will sustain those aee- j A movement is on foot for the estab ors who refuse to levy this double tax, lishment of a road department at in violation alike of the requirement j Washington designed to improve the that all taxation shall be equal and uni- roads of the country for the convenience form, and of the spirit of the new law of those who use them. During the repealing deduction for debt and the ; past four or five vear thi subject ha life shall go before the court of another specific provision for taxation of mort- ; been attracting a good deal of attention gages. Oregonian. and has made a degree of headway that , assure it a support from a strong pub- A man ha been arrested in Portland ! lie sentiment. If the people of this for stealing a turkey 20 years old. Tbe country expect to have better roads, for authorities intend to send him to jaiL there is little doubt that they want insane them, thev must turn to and anht;ni 6T0TIS AID BAJTGIS. Guns, AnimimflfiD tad Sorting Goods. IRON, COAL, BLACKSMITH eTPFLIESS, WAGON MAKERS' MATERIAL, SEWER PIPE, PUMPS AND PIPE, PLUMBING SUPPLIES. world for final punishment, and that purity in womanhood shall not be tbe port of adventurer, without a merited and lasting rebuke. Telegram. Among the freaks secured for the world' fair is a specimen of tbe launb ing jacka9. And with an extravagance that seem almost wanton the manage ment sent clear to South Australia for it. What' the matter with an The man who attempte to do business without advertising has been aptly compared to a young fellow winkinc at a pretty girl in the dark. He may know what be ia doing bat nobody else doee. With four newspaper men in the cabi net, Mr. Cleveland ought to get along pvtty well. Mr. Carlisle once filled the ediiorial chair. Mr. Lamont was a aewspaper man when Cleveland discov ered him, Hokemith runs a paper now, and J. Sterling M-irton wa in his young er cay connected with the Chicago Time. What would this country do, nyway, if it wasn't for the newspapers asylum? action for talking. If half the energy np to thi time expended in swearing at the disgraceful clearing called road nau been used in one viroroua united we should Hurry up the Columbia River Glass Work. A firm of giasa bottle manufac turer in Salem, X. J., baa accepted an j protert to highway bodies x.ngtien oroer I or it wares, tbe first shipment consisting of 1,000 gross of long necked bottles ordered by Lea & Perrin, manufacturer, of Worcestershire sauce. hae road today approaching those laid out in every other civiliied country. A reaction La set ia against pugilism, which will tend, if continued, to rid the arena of fistic encounter. Two deaths wiU.ia a year caused by puniahnieBt." and the general disreputable character of prize fights, with ail the accompany ing license to kindred vices, a ill cause public opinion to be directed against English country house have fire in only a few sitting room, tbe ball are cold and there are no bath room. When tbe Roman occupied tbe same country year, ago every villa wa heated with hot air pipe and bad boUi Turkish and cold plunge bath. Within one incloeure are tbe remain of a Ro man boose built more than sixteen year ago, perfectly fitted with beating and bathing appliance, and a modern bouse, six time the size of the other, wanned with four open grate. Another expedition for the explora tion of Greenland and the Arctic regions ia planned to leave in the early rummer. At it bead is Lieutenant R. E. Peary, of tbe United States navy, who but re cently returned from a trip to that frigid country. He is now making a lecture tour of tbe states, with the pro-1 tros " -eaj us not into temptation" doe not I apply to tbe Oregon way of catching prisoners for selling whisky to Indian. , I This is our way: Select some poverty- tiarm. The great a-d glorious nation 1 Kncken "etch, driven almost to dea ean affjrl to lose thi feature of its ' P5 -'e want of a dollar or two : ceea ol which be expect to pay the expense of hi next trip. He will finish hi lecture about May lt, and will go to Europe, where be will lecture in all tbe larger citie. It i expected that tbe expedition will start on tbe northern journey between the 15th and th of June, reach mmp about the last That part of the Lord prayer reading I 3aT nd bsent in all about two year, ine party will be a ma!l one, numbering only about ten men. fit of bieh tirirea. vet it wnnl.l , to desire thi by a repetition of another COrn Br)d Charter Oak j such experience in Russia. All good men must wish that these 217,99,05 bushels include a fair return from that land. Whxt 52 to 6oc per bo. Bblct -Tbe market is nearlv lifeless in barley, prices are down to H) and 85 cents per 100 lb. Oat The oat market i stiff and of ferings are light t f 1 25 cent per 100 lb. Rye To cent per bosbei. Mill STrrrs Bran and short are quoted t 18 00 per ton. mid- diine.122 50 to 13 00 per ton. Rolled barley, fTS 00 ; f-4 00 per ton. Shell- 1 ed corn $1 25 per 100 ft.. FLora Salem mill flour is quoted at M 25 per barrel. Diamond brand at t3 75 per bbl. )r ton and M 00 er bbl. tets'l. Hv Timothv hay range in price from 12 00 to 115 00 per ton, according to quality and condition. Wheat hay it in full stock on a limited demand at 10 00 to 12 00 per ton. There is ro inquiry for oat hay, and price are oT. AUaifa hav is not much called for, and is quoted at 10 00 to 112 00 per ton. These quotation are for bailed hay ex clusively. Brrrta Fresh roll butter at 40 to 50 cent per roll, in brine or dry salt we quote 30 to 40 coot per roll. 1a. The egg market is In good apply and gjoii freah egf. sell at 10 to 12c PorLTay There is a fair demand for fow 1 fur a borne market and for ship ment to Put land. Chicken are quoted at 2 00 to f 3 .". ) per dozen ; 'urkers s to 10 rents per U ; geese $7 to ft per dox, and dock )3 to 15 per dosen. iair a aipTTow tieei eatue i in moderate demand at 13 00 per 100 o 13 50 for extra rood STUDEBAKER Wagons and Carriagea osnoxijevrara Reapers and Mowers AGENTS FOR Miiciiell, lewis Slam Cn't piaifactufers cfo (Puorewaur to L. D. Frank, oVceaawd.) OPALL - acxiN-aDe . A General Line of Dam Horse Furnishing Goods. EEPA1EINO -d inELA-TXX" DON ftealfi ee. Retail Dealers ii Earcea, Brito, flips, Era EMets, Et i ui uumsa n leucaii SadiUnT Rail tr stiUEpci. SECOND STREET. THE DALLES. Oi amnseaaent. send to him an Indian with a $5 bill in J one hand and an empty bottle in the THE DALLES MARKETS. Thi b-dat, March 23. The movement in trade has been quiet during the past week. Price in general Lave been firm and ateady. Tbe greater amount of The redaction of rrrirtraLi-m of letter . ot'J?T' pleading for him to be a go to eight cent is gratiir ing. tot only to ! hetween between the Indian and the business baa been confined Uar pet, .at, bet to purtofiue eierks. who J "rogore. t-.iing turn be can have what and provisions. to groceries Lave been feuth botherd It theoU law. u wft iter buying a pint of whisky; It is Lard to nake tuasy who reveler vn he comes out with the liquor, nab ieaer. see that tbe extra' two cents fjr ! Dd Lricf tl Indian and tlie jwetage wa eti3 Deeded afitrr the registry dPctT &arsbai up fjr proeecoting wit lee wa paid- The regrirtrati-ja bu'inew T-' beautiful way to eo wi3 probably pay the pversnei.t aore aT" intxwnt pople to engage in a at eight eect than at the old trsre. ' e crin- i,J it that be wlo It wi'J make rgTtry clerks wjrk a little being once branded with the tig- Larier. bet that wUi trat tort most of , BMU l'-''t ";i-bird," i.a the moral them. i hardihood to break away from a eowrae v. . . - ; of WTong-daing toreed npna bim. "Lead Mining Ct-mma.ner C. W. Ayer i, 0, icto de,iTer Wuig emendahU aeal in prepar ' u th ed . for tL rnng L-t at the world', to teu.ptatic-, evrae a. u evil - fair. Hi exampU is iiiwOous, aad U tepwte that fa ote tire Le received Bcrgar4. U tbe lo.er boose of the t- w-rtb of ore, wich u ,,.!y C,.,. i,Utur. w g'ven a aeos. T" Ud"4 J... exrier-ceincon- ttjftmndidHmt-mrjtouiiifiOi, i., wi.h attempt .t bribrrr ia tl d tLi. i in.lt ai r. A. tnat a le:.-ti U faiud State, a-nat, ia tl.af aua. wewt p .n C- f iki, ratlins V. IJ sar, the pm:u ww f mnvw'l' r-t mm coal, and will .de U, him to stay a.av from the br"X n 1 ' i-U. aW to grt t s o o-irf-r. to do U Mutton is quoted at $3 50 and per bead. Pork offering, are and prires are nominal weight and cent dressed. rrarLB cam xaiaa. 4 50 light gross Tbe dry goods dealers complain of dull time, and that trade in their line, 1 very alack and unsatisfactory. Tbe produce market i getting hort of supply, and with the increasing de mand for all kind of garden product, price are higher. Cabbage may be quoted at 2-eent per lb. and tbe parsnip and tnnup supply ia nearly exhausted and are oearer. Potatoes and onion are in good stock and maintain their usual quota tion. In seed potatoes, such a Early Rose, Goodrich and all the early varie U, there i aaid to be a scarcity, and price for them are aaid to be at a aharp advance over ordinary grade. Eggf are (career and selieri are offered 15 to 16 cent per doaen in trade. RutPr is more plentiful and fresh roll is qiotd at 35 to 50 cent per roll. Poultry i s. acre and buyer offer 14 U t- j-r A,n.fn. (trt-n . tery ln, an( CorrccCc su Rica, i quoted at S4c per io., py the sack, halvadore. Tit Arbockles, 25'c. Krcaa Golden C. ia bbl or sack 5 00; Extra C, f 5 10 ; Dry granulated 00; In boxes, D. G., in 30 lb boxe. t- w. x.x il bo. 1 75. Stai r 2 002 75 pr keg. Kica Japan rice, 6',(7e; Island, tax, i cia. Ei.aa Snia'l wbitea'rV; Pink, i T' c per ion ius. salt Liverpool, 501b ak, 65e; lOOIb s, ii jo; ajoib ak, 2 00. Stock salt, fw w irr ion. tieo rat rra Julian prunes, 12c per b, by box. Evaporated apples. l(e wrr grjj, ww iuc per pooni. viGrrACLas axo rarira. rcTaTOE fwriess, Buffalo whites, 6nowflake and Bnrbank aeedling. auoted wfwiwiw. .xtra g-joa lJ2o ysioKs ihe market quotation for a i onions I i M t I 40 per 100 lb. .,2. I"l,T Good apj.le sell (r i ,9 per box. fail and early rOTaic uuiea mi woc per box. bipx ako rias. fry, Hn.ts Are quoted as follows: 6'fc lb; gren, i 1, ; culls 4c lb Snr Pxlts-75. 100 ea. Deerskins, ?c lb for winter and 30e fir summer. Dressed, light 1 l, l,avv Tic lb. Bar skmr, J5ar:2 ta; uH,Ter, 13 60 lb otter 5; f .i,er, 5 ;5 50: ii,er irmr' W'".';r; - rrey fox' oOrfe.wc; coon, 3; cwrte, .Wn 75,- Udger, SOt; polecat. 2V'i4V; cJn mou hotiae cat, t-..i s'tr Wl The market is reported 1 J to 15 QoluAtbia Hotel. THE DALLES, OREGON. Tnis Popular House Has lately been thoroughly renovated aad newl; furnisid throughout, and i now better tbaa ever prepared to furnish the beet Hotel aoconui.odations of any house in the cf'y, and at the very low rate of $1 a day. First-Class Meals, 25c Offi.e of the fa.t and cointuodiom oppoaition r-f to Dufur, Ki..g.ley. Tygh Valley, Waplnitia, W ann Springs and Priiwville i ia the Hotel and person rJing to Prineviile can aav 00 br ging on thi Stage line. All trains stop here. New - Umatilla- House, THE DALLES, OREGON. SINNOTT& FISH, PROP'S. Ticket and Baggage Office of th. e I". P. R. R. C,iii r. an r. and r,ffr. ..I W Union Tekyraph OflM are in th Hotel. Fire-Proof Safe for the Safely of all Valuables.' LARCKsT : AS I) FIN'EST uriTrr . iv . nnvrin. The Dalles Mercantile Co., JOBSm Aim PXALCk IS- General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Clothine, Gents' Furnirhing Goods, Txt, Mux, Ilatn, Ca., Gnxcries, Hanlware, Crfxikery, Hay, Grain, Feed, Ktc. 390 to 394 Second St., The Dalles, Or.