The Dalles weekly chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1947, April 21, 1893, Image 6

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t The Weekly Chronicle.
Kuh-rcil at tin- poi.trnllo- at Th- lMr, Onon,
an mvnnU-t'la! tmtll umlUT.
A mmttiiiK of citin U urgwl for to-
aml art upon
which .fleet tlu. ,.n....t time and the rROSPKVTMVi vr.uv.
rising generation. The out jiarty oi i.m-
- .1.. 1 ... im .tvll tit llifa ' It ift
ro il miu i""i i - , , . , ,i:,tll.
1 . . . i i .... i: morrow liikiht to oiaoUHt
di.t.vered am n.angi. anu ,y ! fllrlllllllill8 ,,,. for the
rery pore. We want a hauiaritau V. oKWon. Fifty tl.ouHand
biml it up. to h,al it, am to aavo it. labl m l(e
Thi b . f- country and we are tree -
utiil utm nttwt I'hiMWtM. I .....
Now come, the ...ore delict rt and ' tha world . fair
vital question, i. ., who can he that
l so
On year
htx lnoltt ' . . .
Tliiw uioulh .
Ailvrrtialnn rati niixmnl'li". anil iiimli- kiuiwn
UI NpllilHUi)U.
Aitrtrw all roinimuiteattoii. tn"THK CUIiOS
K:.E," Ihv 1'allva, uwu.
county official.
tieo. C. BlakolcT
T. A. Wari
J . B. Ctwuwu
tin, Mu-lu'll
(Im liarntelk'
(Frank Kincalit
Aaaeaaor Joel W. K.wnu
owror -f"frp
Superintendent o! Public School Troy tthellev
Coroner N. M. Kaatwond
The following correspondence by
Thomas Harlan upon the political eitua
tion is a true resume of the past and a
prophecy for the future. The points
enumerated are all within the domain of
fact, and the conclusions are their legiti
mate outcome. Mr. Harlan is a well
known ex-politician of Nebraska, who
ia as well known to the Nebraska press.
In naming Robert Lincoln for the stand
ard bearer of the republican party three
years heuce it is believed lie coincides
with the present general sentiment of
republicans, who, though now so de
moralized, Mr. Harlan believes to be
again destined to victory.
Mr. Editoh Having been requested
by a reporter of your paper to contribute
something concerning the political par
ties of Unlay and the cause of tho defeat
of the republican party in the last na
tional campaign; also something con
cerning our hope of success in the future,
I have to say that I do not feel able to
make a post mortem examination of the
remains of the once "grand old party"
and tell everv cause of its demise. One
leader? A leader whose views upon me
tariff question are known to have been
extremely liberal is the only leader who
will do.
is a broad-minded, liberal republican of
the Maine style, known to be conserva
tive upon the principles of tariff and
reciprocity. He may not lie the ablest
man in the party, but he belongs to this
generation of men. He is of the right
age, and has shown enough ability to
prove that he would make a good presi
dent, and the fitness of things points to
him as being the man now in sight that
it would be in the power of the republi
can party to elect.
Lincoln is not a politician ; he is a
statesman that can be supported by all.
With Robert T. Lincoln at the head of
the republican ticket in 1836, the repub
licans would sweep the country. Not
because he is the son of Abraham Lin
coln, a fact that Robert would scorn to
take advantage of ; but because he is a
modest, unassuming, able, capable man.
In fact, as above stated, the republi
can party has lost no strength. Fairly
managed it is stronger today than it has
been for the last twelve years. And
Of all the plans
for advertising our state and securing
immigration this seems to be the most
sensible and feasible. This book is to
be no gaudily-covered affair on cheap
paper, nor even a brochure, but a haud, large-sued book of the best enam
elled paper, filled with half-tono Illus
trations and choice reading matter the
nearest example of which we cun think,
but which is yet better and larger than
the one In mind being "Astoria by
Col. Pat Donan. As notwithstanding
the immense edition of this work, it will
cost iu the neighborhood of 40 cents each,
it will lie seen that it will be a rare
treasure, and will not be subjected to
the careless indifference of the thousands
of publications of like intent that will
undoubtedly he circulated during the
great fair. It will reach the family and
find a place in the library or on the eon
ter table, and throughout the years to
come will do its own work in inducing
settlement and immigration to our state,
Astoria has already subscribed $1,000 to
the enterprise, F.ugene fSOO, Salem $1,800
and now it is Tim Dulles turn to see
what will be done alniut It. Tun
Ciiiionici.k does not Mieve The Dulles
will be unrepresented, when we have
attractions to oiler second to none for
, . i a. ..
upon a platform framed according to the j Immigrants, am. as long us our t. . .
wishes of the republican voters; with a j fruit and grain interests are in their
new set of men at the helm young ! present undeveloped state. Let there
men the men of todav, it can take con-1 he a full attendance, notwithstanding
trol of the government at the close of ! the fact that our board of trade is de
this adQiinistrntidn and hold it indeti-1 funct.
Thomas Haulan.
The Ciikoxici.x does not believe, !
Wool men have doubt less observed
that through rates to the east from Kan
Francisco are now reduced to 75 cents
per hundred pounds. The way to avail
themselves of this big reduction, ae
liiintttltr hui'unuu It id u nituiBitniwr tfiut
it has any right to publicly air the i PMy Jmve also ; an , a.U.tely ob-
.rrierai.. nf anv of ib. individual n.em- ; "veu, is lo snip uy v. , .
bers, nor has it done so. It is within its i
province, however, to expose any act of 1
il: i : i nml.mlm riiut rut iim nf t lit nit v. fount v or '
.... i,ii, ,..v ,.,.,t ! state officers, and this it has fearlcsslv Bml tl"rd l,cr .K,,lm1' HH " ,uml W 1,11
vnucv hod. tuv iviiuuumu t" . -- - - , , v . , ,. -
' , i i ;.. .i .,. .,.,.1 ii 2.40 to cents
uncom anu urunt ueiungeu iu is m-au. v., cn " ...
Blaine, Logan, Oarlield, Grant and Lin-1 do iu the future. Neither has Tiik
coin are dead. Cmkoniclk so fur said unytliing uiiont
The mass of the people are always the impossibility of securing an item of
Co. to Sun Francisco, by which means
the total cost for carriiure from The
Dalles to Jioston will not exceed a cent
er pound liereuilor".
: This means a saving of many thousands
of dollar.
right. A large majority of the Ameri
can people are republicans in principle.
The party has lost nothing in strength ;
but they will never put the republican
party in power while it is .controlled by
by the present political bosses, who
manipulate its conventions and domin
ate its actions in the interests of spoils
hunters. It is an army without a gen
eral. Give it a good general and it will
win. The managers of the party may
publish calls for conventions, and pass
resolutions that the party still lives and
that the people will know more and be
wiser when they are told more about
the McKinley law ; but they are gener
als without an army and have no power.
As an existing fact the old party is dead.
There was no other way of getting the
old leeches loose. The machinery of the
republican party killed the party. It
bad become a disgraceful scramble of
mediocrity for spoils. Thousands upon
thousands of republicans bolted Harri
son in all of the states because he was
the machine nominee, the nominee of
the spoils hunters, many voting for
Cleveland, a few for Weaver, and many
not at all. Ingersoll was silenced, or
rather kept silent ; Greshan. went over
to the other side ; in fact the heart of
the old party was torn out of it. The
party without a heart then became close
communion. Weaver had no real fol
lowing. There was really no third
party, and there is none today. They
had no principles to follow. The demo
crats gave Weaver the states that he
carried to keep Harrison from carrying
them. The disaffected and disgusted
republicans went everywhere and any
where to get away from the political
hyenas, and they will stay away until
the hyenas are properly disposed of.
Of all the republican states Nebraska
bas suffered the most from republican
misrule, and yet Nebraska, fairly man
aged with an unpacked convention with
the old professional politicians laid
Aide, would be overwhelmingly repub
lican. The same is true of Kansas in a
less degree, and pre-eminently true of
Colorado and Nevada.
None will doubt that Illinois, Indiana,
JllchiHn, isconsin and Connecticut
news at the county clerk "s office, ul-'
though the law is plain that reporters, 1
in common with any private citizen,
may learn upon application of any real '
estate transfer, incorporation, marriage I
license, etc., which events have ! do .
with this department of our n uiity of
ficers. Fortunately, through the effi
ciency and vigilance of The Ciiiiomci.kV
corps of reporters, it has so far got the
uiost important of this kind of m-us
from other sources, lint let this go. It
is of a flagrant violation of luw we would
llallry (ialanrt I !.
Skattlk, Wash., April 10. Bailer
Gatzert died at the Rainier hotel at 2:.'I0
this morning.
Tiii'hhoay, April 20. The week just
past has been variable in weather and
likewise in the volume of trade with our
business men. There huve lieen fitful
spurts of activity among business houses
which evidenced an improvement over
the former week. Quite a numlicr of
)cak, a case of pure pull, without uny u.alI,B liave couie in from jnterii.r towns
show of palliation or excuse. after freight and immediate supplies
The Ciihomcle is the ofliciul paper ; w ,ich Ims given a stimulating influence
of Wasco county, wus so declared by the ; jn business circles.
county court at a regular meeting. This : jn the proiul.e IIiari,et there is the
decision carries with it the exclusive ' ,,.t1lli :.,... vB -nntinn tn .,..
served right, after believing they are to
re republican states, if fairly managed. swindle others. It is probable that sev
The principles of the republican party eral of these letters have been sent to
are as good now as they were in 18"8, The Dulles, but it is extremely unlikely
when the martyred Lincoln sounded its that any one would pay any attention to
principles in his immortal words, that : them. Yet they must once in a while
this nation "cannot exist half slave and catch a sucker, else the business would
balf free ;" that "a house divided against be dead.
Itself cannot stand ;" and later when the j J
flag bad been trampled ujion, that "the j It is a w ise law they have in Michi
union must be maintained between all gan, allowing U0 days grace for banks to
the states if it should take a drop of pay savings depositors. The banks of
ngm to puunsn ail omcial reports which int0 umrKet sparingly, and 13 cents per
are to be paid for from the county funds. a,)7en j the ralinK 0U1)tllti,m for today.
The Chkonicle was the only paper j imter jH ,llore pictiful and 40 cents per
which complied with the law requiring , ro ig taiti to 1)e the )ripe ,,ai( for R,jWjt
the newspapers who wish to compete for ioui try is ,,.,.,.,, in t)ll! markL.t wjlu a
tin) county printing to file with the ; t)eUer n,)uiry, iulBtces are steady at
county court a sworn statement of their . i-30 t0 1-&0 ter m
circulation, and was declared the official groceries, mgar bus advanced
pair of Wasco county. Hence the ; qlmrtBr of a tMlt on Bn gra(le8. Cofre
semi-annual statement of the county ! remains steady on former quotations,
clerk published in tire Pun of the 19th -eani) ,iaYe declined 3," f a cent per lb.
inst., was illegally given. The Chkon- ! Htock salt has declined, likewise Liver
icle will pcotest the action. pool.
- j Mill feed is steady at former prices.
A letter has teen received from New Rolled barley has advanced in conse
Jersey asking us to handle counterfeit i quence of an advance in barley which is
money. The letter encloses a purported becoming- more scarce as the season ad
clipping from the New York Times, tell- vances. Oats are difficult to get, and
ing of its remarkable likeness to genuine j owing to the increasing scarcity, the
money, and the great trouble it is al- market is very firm with a strong ten-
reauy anorumg me authorities. Jt is dency to higher prices.
The wool market remains in a dor
mant condition at present. No one
cares to give an opinion of the market
from recent advices.
The cereal situation is far from satis
factory. The future prospects for
repetition of 1801 in an over production
is not expected, judging from the report
from the U. 8. department of agricul
ture, as the present average wheat con
dition shows only 77.4 per cent, of a full
crop. Oregon's standing is 00 per cent.,
while California bus 67 per cent., and
other prominent wheat states average
80 per cent.
2 to &0c per bu.
are up to 90 to 05
needless to state that this letter is as in
sincere as the nefarious scheme it sug
gests. It is also one of the oldesl of
chestnuts and has been exposed :n
newspapers and. books for at least thirty
years. The victims who it attracts go to
New Jersey and give np from t"00 to
fo.OOO, thinking they are to get ten
times that amount in spurious bills, but
they get sawdust or blank paper. They
cannot well complain to the authorities
that they have been swindled, and the
best thing for them to do is to maintain
a discreet silence. Of course they are
blood for every drop of sweat that had
been wrung from the brow of a slave."
The modern democratic party, like
the wreck of the republican party, is a
party o spoils hunters. It is already
going into factions over the distribution
of spoils. It cares less for principle
than for office, and will be worse divided
s the administration goes on.
A new generation of men has come
upon the stage. They know what is
the matter. They must have a now,
clean, and fair nianii?emnnt of affairs,
Lansing have just been subjected to a
panic, w hen they took advantage of this
provision of law and thereby saved them
selves from bankruptcy and their patrons
from loss. A solvent bank is often short
of ready money and in case of a sudden
and nnustial draught upon its resources
could not meet the demands. This has
caused the collapse of hundred of good
banks in the past, but the Michigau law
will decrease the per cent, nma.ingly.
Subscribe for The Daily Ciihomcle.
quote 80 to 40 cents per roll.
FaiiiH The egg market Is In fair
supply and good fresh eggs sell at U.c.
l'oi'l.rav- t'hlckens are quoted at 4
to ! 'r doxen.
ItKEr a Mi-tton ItiH'f cattle are in
moderate demand at f'-'.aO per HK
weight gross to 2.7." for extra good.
Mutton is quoted at I1 fiO and ft l
per head. I'orW offerings are light
and prices are nominal Kross
weight and 7 cents dressed. Cured
hog meats are quoted at r." cunts hog
Coffee Costa Rica, Is quoted at 21c
per lb., by the sack. Salvadore, 22c.
Arhuckles, 2oc.
Si-oak Golden C, In bbls or sack ,
." J."; F.xtra C, V, f0 ; Drv grunuluted
ll Jft Iu boxes, D. G., In 30 lb boxes,
2 U- Fx C, 2 00. GC $1 So.
Syki p 2 00(.i3 00 pr keg.
Rice Japan rice, ti'e'e; Inland,
rice, 7 cts.
Heans HiiibII whites, (WiT'i'e; Pink,
(!t'tc per 100 lbs.
Halt Liverpool, 501b sk, (Vc; 1001b
sk.fl 00; L'OOIb sk, $2 00. Stock salt,
$13 60 per ton.
DniKii Fhimtm Italian prunes, V.'c per
lb. by Imjx. F.vaixirated apples, 10(f 12'u
per lb. Dried grajies, 7f'8c per pound.
I'otatokh 1'eerless, ltuffulo whites".
Snowllake and Itiirbank seedlings quoted
at 1 40 tier 100 llw. 1.x tra good fl.Wl.
Onions The market quotations for
A I onions is $1 M) (u 1 40 per 100 lbs
Grkkn Fruits Good apples sell for
1 l'.r)(n$l 75 per box.
Hides Are quoted as follows: Dry,
ti.c lt; green, ; culls 4c IU.
Siikkp I' ".ri(n 100 ea. Ieerskins,
-0c lb for w inter and 30c for summer.
Dressed, light Jl II), heuvv Toe lb. Hoar
skins, ItliuIlL' ea; beaver, CHI) lb;
otter, fo; hsber, fom $ no : silver gray
fox, (I0i$l'5; red fox, $1 2.r ; grey fox,
2 50.nCl: martin, $lr$l ?,'); mink,
oOcdihoc; coon, 3oc; rovntn, liOec fc;
badger, h: polecat, ".(!' 4.c; com
mon house cat, IOcic'-'.'ic ea.
Wool The market is rejiorted 13 to 15
The first report of the condition of
winter grain makes the average condi
tiou of winter wheat on the 1st of April
77.4 against 81.2 last year, and that of
rve 8,").7.
The averages of the principal w
states are: Ohio, 87; Michigan, 74; In
iliuna, 82, Illinois, 72; Missouri, 70 ; and
Kansas, 02. The average of these six
states is 74.2 against 77 in April, 1802.
It is BS in New York, 87 in Pennsylvania,
80 in Maryland, 87 iu Virginia, the
southern states ranging from 83 in Ten
nessee to 100 in Texas. The Pacific
stutes show a favorable condition with
the exception of California, w here too
much rain is reported.
Seeding was late in the Ohio and Mis
sissippi valleys because nf'widuly preva
lent drought causing ssr condition of
soil and retarding germination, and in
some cases wholly preventing same, as
in Kansas, where the reMrts show a
total failure over considerable areas.
In the Atlantic, Middle, Southern, and
1'acilic states seeding conditions were
The plant entered winter, in the main
wheat-producing stutes, in a low state of
vitality, caused by persistent drought
and early cold weather, w ith the excep
tion of California, where excessive rains
produced similar effect.
J )am8ge from Hessian fly is noted in
parts of the states of Ohio, Michigan,
Indiana and Illinois. Snow covering
has been general throughout the East
ern, Middle and Northwestern stutes,
but, notwithstanding, the rexirts show
much abatement from the Uinelits of
the protection thus afforded la-cause of
the excessive cold of the winter and
high winds, the alternate thawing and
freezing in the latter end ol the month
of February and through March.
A Sur Cur for l'llaa.
Itching piles are known by moisture
like inspiration, causing intense itching
when warm. This form, as well us
blind, bleeding or protruding, yield at
once to Dr. Kosanko's Pile Remedy,
which acts directly on parts affected,
absorlm tumors, always itching und el
h-cts a ermanent cure. M cents,
Druggists or mail. Circulars free. Dr,
Posuiiko, 320 Arch St., Philadelphia,
ra. hold by lsiakeley A Houghton.
ISabley Prices
cents per 100 lbs.
Oath The oat market is stiff and of
lermgs are light at $1 &0 t ents per 100
Millstlfes Ilran and shorts aro
quoted at $18 IX) per ton. mid
dlings $22 50 to 23 00 per ton. Rolled
barley, 23 00 to 24 00 ircr ton. Shell
ed corn $1 2o per 100 It.s.
Flour Salem mills flour is quoted at
4 25 per barrel. Diamond brand at
3 75 er bbl. per ton and 1 00 per bhl.
Hay Timothy hay ranges in price
from $12 00 to $15 00 per ton, according
to quality and condition. Wheat hay is
in full stock on a limited demand at
$10 00 to $12 00 per ton. There is no
Inouiry for oat liny, and prices are off.
Alfalfa hay is not much called for, and
is quoted at $10 00 to $12 00 per ton.
These quotations are for bailed hay ex
clusively. Iti rTKK Fresh roll butter ut 40 to 50
cents er roll, in brine or dry salt we1
Notice U lirehy glvn that, In iiurnmnre of nn
ntlr from III ( iiiuitT Olirluf tin- Ht.ipif lln
son, for Wawncouniv, made on the Milli dny of
Nnvcnilmr, I.', In tlifl nmttor of tli Mt.ilof
A. H. Moore, ilis-Muatl, I will, on tlie vsitli ilny of
II ay, at tlin hour of 2 o'elrk I'. M. ol nalil
lay, w-ll at nuhllc auction aula, at tlirrionr of tha
ronniy court notn in 1 na oau- a, niwii eoiiuir,
ir-K"fi, Ilia iohowiiie flaai-fllwil renl prowrt
bcloiiKinK to tha entale of A. It. Moor. iLi-chu'iI.
to-it: Uita 7, a. 0, III ami l'J, and l, lift ..It
the wt nlile ol lot II, all In Mock l. ol IjiiikIi
Un a llluir Adilltlou to Dalles Cltv, ( innon. nld
nrorsTiy to be aoid lo tha IiIkIukI blililur for ciinh
III haml.
HAKAIT A. MOOPK, Ailmlnlatrati Ix.
Datul The Dallea. Or., Nor. 1 IMrj.
4 'iltoft I'.m.'i
Jersey Ball.
The Jarsey Hull, NT. LA
for the anMon at the
BKKT, wllULinil
Columbia Feed Yards.
Kor aorvl ami iMirtleulara aiply al the ynnla
hear the lirevrery.
I Al
East fyd, Seoorpd St.,
Knt of Wlllft'lte ll.ill, nil.l Ol.poslt.. Vt
T.illnr Hlioj,, The , ()r.
First-Class Photos.
All Unrfc
175 Second Street,
The Dalles, Q
A lull lint of all tho Standanl l'utciit Medici.
Drills, riioinlcals, VAc.
MaC'outitry and Mall Orders will ricive irnniit attention.
Miss anna peter sea,
Fine Millinery
112 Second St.
I. C. Nickelsen.
The Dalles, - - - Oregon.
Tlio cildoKt, liiroKt, ftlnl letst lliFtlwiKtjrl
Iiouno In Sc IiodI litxikt-i, lul I)i.-Kkai.
NIhmIcmI liiHtruini'litM, Watclifn,
Jewelry nud Sjxirtlnu OocmIk.
Agt. Hntiiliiri-Hivniei Ste.ln tl il i Co'i Jf K
'I U Ueta to und front Kwrop. . A
KH. '
'komit Attkxtios. 1'kh ih, I'p to tub Tiwt
: DCALCM8 IM - ' - .
Cord WooDffi
cor. third and union.
Tinning and Plumbing a Spec
Wholfitalti and Kctull I)ealrm and Munufiwtnrcry
BuilJiug Material and Dimension Timber, Pwrs, Windows, MuMiiijs, Doasilmisfc'
Special Attention given to the Manufacture of Fruit a-J
Boxes and Packing Cases.
Paotory aazid Xiumber Vtird t Old It. J4
DRY Pine, Fir, Oak and Slab WOOD Delivd
any part of the city.
Farlev cfi? Frctnld
( Suix-iKWira to L. 1). Frank, dit-t'iiMHl.)
A (tpiieml Linu of
Horse Furnishing Goods
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Harness, Bridles, Wtips, Horse MA, j
Full Assortment ot Mexican SafltUcry Plain or StampL
New - Umatilla- Hoi
Tickot and ISaKKnifi' i,f tlu i:. V. 11. H. C.iin.any, and offiioltb'
Union Tidcjfiaii OMU.c are In tlie Hotl.
Fire-Proof Safe for the Safety of all Valua
The Dalles Mercantile Co.
General Merchandi
Dry (Jomls, Clol.liinir, ( Jenis' Kurnifihing Goods, P
SIiooh, Hats, Caps, ClrneoriuM, Hardware,
Crockery, Hay, (Jrain, Foud, Etc.
390 to 394 Second St.,
;'$rhe Dalle1