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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1893.
How tiio Ouiifornia Vineyard Is ta
Do;J with tho Poets.
Al Annual C.athrrtnt; at Which ThM
lutli uf Jm k iZaMitta Are Cor
ralled and l:xtrr.
"The people out ia Fresno count .
Cal.. are pvttinjr ready for their annual
Muin'.-up nr. J biuhtor of j.wk rab-biU-H"
siid a leadinirvincyarditof Frvw
n to a New York Sun man recently.
"If it wasn't Uvr this early hpriiiR sya
tcnustie raUl upon these destructive
pests we would have scarvt-lv a vine
yard or an orehard left in southern
aUif.iraia. On one day in V areh. pen- j
orally between the loth and 15th. the
jrrupe and small-fruit growers collect '
topvth -r in their respective districts
anil leat the country thoroughly to j
drive the swarminp jack rabbits from
their hiding places into immense wire
inch wed corrals, where they arc at the
mercy of their pursuers, and are
knocked in the head with dub by the
thousand. 1 have known fifteen thou
sand jack rabbit to lie slaughtered in
this way in a few hours. Mure than
that, these rabbits are such prolific
breeders that every one killed in March
or April means that there w ill lie twenty-five
or thirty less than there would
have been if the rabbits knocked in the
head in the spring had tieen permitted
to live until the fall. These round-ups
are the only means we have ever dis
covered by which the jack rabbit pest
has been kept down.
"The rabbits are unusually fond of the
younjr shoots of the grapevines, when
tliey make their appearance in the
spring, and of the tender bark of prune.
plum and other fruit trees, when the
sap starts. I have known twenty
acres of vineyard ruined in a single
nipht by the chopping of the shoots by
these nniniuls. and whole orchards of
valuable bearing trees killed by the
rabbits gir-ihsi.' thein. Poison, traps
and guns failed to kill off the rabbits
fast enough, and fruit growing in that
part of California could necessarily
have been to a great extent abandoned
if a Fresno county genius hadn't
evolved the corralling idea Cve years
ago. The rabbits are driven into the
great wire-inclosed pound by hundreds
of people men. women and children
closiu;r in around them and pre- I
veniiii. them from going ia any
j Taa rap u4 rilrl.
j Rons, May 20. Special. Pope Leo J
I received today 800 Catholic pilgrim
TKRT HTHONO WORIH.
l'raioyit Ita-maaiW ta la..ax hanrnl f
from Malta. 1 Governor Pennoyer, Seliiit; to a
Kurklrua Anoca "alva. ; Portland reporter iu relation to the
The best salve iu the world for cut. ; president' attitude toward the Geary
bruises, Bores, ulcer, fait rheum, fever law, said:
gores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, ' "There can lie no doubt whatever that
corn, and ail skin eruptions, and posi-, a complete registration of the Chinese
lively cures piles, or no Jay required, would have been had if Mr. Cleveland
It is guaranteed to give perfect tatisfae- j had informed the Chiuese minister that
tion, or money refunded, IViee 25 cents , he would have obeyed hi oath of cilice
per box. For sale bv 8uipes A Kin- by a strict enforcement of the law. In
stead of doing so, he entered into
The creat quantity of drift wood about
Astoria makes fishing dangerous in the
The promptness aud certainty of its
cures have made Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy famous. It is intended especi
a!ly for conghs, colds, croup and whoop
ing coughs, and is the most effectual
remedy known tor these diseases. Mr.
C. II. Main of Union City, Pa., says :
"I have a great sale on Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. 1 warrant every bottle
and have never heard of one failing to
give entire satisfaction." 50 cent bottles
for sale by Blakeley A Houghton, drug
A Southern Pacific train arrived in
Portland yesterday consisting of six
tourist cars from California, all the oc
cupants of which are bound for the
world's fair, via the Canadian Pacific.
Karl' Clover Root, the new blood
purifier, gives freshness and clearness to
the complexion and cures constipation.
25c., 50c. and 1.00.
Sold by Snipes &
The governor has pardoned the follow
ing: James MeGuire, I. V. Moore and
Chas. Pierce, Multnomah county ; Frank
Fradburn, Umatilla county, restored to
citizenship; Sam Horn, sentenced in
18!0 to serve ten years for rape from
Portland; Chas. T. Michels, sentenced
l-i five years for murder lrom Clatsop.
lusion with him to disregard the law.
The result. is the time for ri-pistratioii is
past, and under the law the great bulk
of the Chinese are subject to deporta
"For this state of affairs, Mr. Cleve
land is alone responsible. Perhaps the
first time in our country' history ha
dared to violate his sacred oath of oftice,
by refusing to enforce a law of congress.
"If this high crime is permitted to
pas unrebuked, the end of constitu
tional libertv is close at hand. The
great Question, therefore, whether we
are to remain a republic, or become an
iuiierial government, will be decided by
the next congress. If no rebuke is given
to the president, his action will liecome
a precedent for others and liberty will
become lost. If, however, congress will
do as it ought to do, impeach and re
move him from ofhee for his grave of
fense, the w holesome lesson w ill stand
forages yet to come, a notable narnilTg
against the repetition of so grave a
I run fnniuh
There is nothing I have ever nsed for
muscular rheumatism that gives me as
much relief as Chamberlain's Pain Balm
does. I have been using it for about
other direction, excel the one I IWO year loar Dot t MM in all as ocea-
that lead.; them into the corral. ! sion required, and always keep a bottle
Different districts have different days ! of it in my home. I believe I know a
for setting out on the round-up. nnd the ' p!)0d thing' w hen I jet hold of it. and
slaughter ?.K S .m through March and j j.in Ilalm j, lUe best liniment I have
April. It ia sale ti sav that one liuu- , A . , .
j i .v i i ii ,u 'ever met with. . B. Ieunv, dairv-
dred thousand jack rbhh.is are thus .
killed every spring in that part of the i "'!,n Lexm.ton, Ohio. 50 cent
state. Ak fit that, season of the year j bottle for sale by Blakeley & Houghton.
this big rabbit s Cesh is in e::oeiieut j - lm .
condition ::nd the animal is hiirhly es- j An Astoria fisherman, speaking of the
teemt-l as food a twofold benefit is de- ;., i !, ,i, ..;
. .. ........ -rr:J. nr n n . J I ,
rived fmui this gn at yearly slaughter.
"The California jack rabbit is the big
irest rabbit in existence, one five feet
long beinif not uncommon. They are as
fleet as the wind, but will sit still on
their f irms, or bv the roadside, until I until
yon have almt grabbed tbera by their
mule-like ears, but before you have
closed your fingers on them there will
e no rabbit there, but if you look thir
tr or forty yards ahead you will see
what you think is another one humped
np in a fluffy bunch, waiting for you i
the same way. But it won't be another
rabbit. It will be the same one. They
are swift and sudden as the fleas that
swarm on th. as soon as the summer
comes. These lleas get so thick upon
the jack rabbit and are so ravenous that
they have actually reduced the long-
eared, four-footed jumper to a skeleton
by the time
watn't f r
reaon that the immense quantity of
water in the river does not compel tle
salmon to come inside, as thev in gi i
all the fresh water thev aunt ont-ide
the egs are riie and thev arr
ready to spawn. In addition to thin il
fiph are certainly growing scarcer.
While Mr. T. J. Richer of Altona,
Mo., was traveling in Kansas he was
taken violently ill with cholera morbus.
He called at a drug store to get some
medicine and the druggist recommended
Chauilierlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy so highly he concluded to
try it. The result was immediate relief,
aud a few doses cured him compietelv.
Juki lgjgat Nupfiffda lilmnad.
Washington, May IS. Theannounre
nient of the appointment of W. II. Ii-1
mond to be superintendent of the Uni
ted Mates mint at ;an trancisco w as I
ini-orrect. He is the present incumbent,
and has tendered bis resignation. Hist
successor was appointed this morning
by the president, in the person tf John
Leggatt of California.
Governor Pennoyer has made the fol
lowing appointments of delegates from
Oregon to represent this state at the I
anti-trust conference at Chicago, June
5th and 6th : J. B. Eddy, of Portland ;
J. W. Lewis, of Sparta ; E. M. Waite, of I
Salem; J.J. Pair, of Dallas Pendle
Got ripit to the tyx
one of Ir. Ficrce's Pleasant 1 VI
leta. They do tho right kind of
work when they pet there, too. No
violence, no uitpTcasantncs but a
mild and pernio cleansing and regu
lating of tho whole system. Sick
Headache, Bilioua Headache, Dim
ness, Constipation, Indigestion, liil
ious Attacks, and all derangement
of the liver, stomach and 1kwc1s, aro
promptly relieved and iiermanontly
cured. "They're the liest Liver Till
ever made. Purely vegetable, per
fectly harmless, easiest to take, and
always fresh and reliable. Gently
aperient, or strongly cathartic, ao
cording to size of dose one tiny
" Pellet " for a dose. They're the
smallest in Bize, but the most satis
factory in result.
They're tho cheaixtt nill von ran
buy, because they're ffuarautetj to
give saiuii action, or yonr money is
You only pay for tte good you
. ri , i -
eu t,in you aa more J
POLAND CHINA Hon
Price, $20 mr head, or f:tr,
f afr-l omr and mv llivui, i write. A il lettcn ,r,iin,l'y annwrml
"I here ts a tide in tlie affairs cj men which, taken at it,.
leads on to fortune."
Tho poet unquestionably had reference to the
-m Mm &
at CRANDALL &. BURGET'S
Who are selling these goods out at greatly-reduced ntt
MlCHEI-riACH BKICK, . . UMOX KT.
PAUL KREFT & CO.,
AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT
II A mrdtral work that tells t)it rail,
EdfMTriiHv the riln-ts, puintH tl,t. rKmniv.
s-Mint'.!ically tht mi vlilil., rti-:i.
I ranr lursuxl ln-au(llul ninllriti Inmiil el
H liuliluilisd: 11 ki, every imer lieurinc a
jl lialf-toiw filustrulinli in tiuu. Kutmi-i- M
jjtrnatiHl: Nerviiua In-IhIim, Imitiii'v . J
M Husband, TIum InuMiditiB Mnrnatr. eu, J,
jl th Plum Iltr Vi firertf ami Krtr Ittt
(I euvmea , MtrdtaU Sxrnt urn nvt4tA fu )ltr M
M ryf ir-mhl utim f;r ,u ;;,.
Stmd annrf fulHTr ytmilt thnuid imr fur thu y
VtiSDf KtTL LlTTLt: htHK. ,t
j It will hr aent trm. under arat. wtillf il,- q
M mitttin Lists stuti.
g or aititl AdUtv lUv iiubluer, I
a tHIE MEDICAL CO.,
It is made for bowel complaint and
the fall ruins set in. If it I nothing else. It never fails. For ale
these retrular fu'.l rains the b-T blakeley A Houghton, drujrt'ists. liu
tX pur Eolo.
riirm rorrtiS nohrHiit-M,burn 'M Uruat.
C--Mup nrnmpi.;': r cvof tVlicmpitit Colicti
ftml Aatinun. F -r l'uanm!tifn tt hna trv
r:vrJ: haaeured tliouaands irtn-Trall other
wiii cent t iirtuisrn Int rn-. fviM
by lrvfrgis nr a -i:r.-:int-. Fur I.itcir ?tark
orLHeat.uaeBmi.oli s I I.Asit.l Zj cu.
iiwar- Wrn rA I 1 II 11
llave yi'U i l.llllrtl ? Thtinml la aiiann.
teed Uj cure you. trx iccta. Juaxtur Um
For al by Snlpsa at Klnrraly.
Seeds in liulk.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLAS
And the Most Complete and the I-atest Pattern and IVsiCn in
vv Xji rLfr
Prsx'lical Painter ami Patvr l!nn,r, v.,n. i.n .i i. . .
.... ....... r u fuipHMru. -(rents mr slaSbrT Llguid Paint
chemical comlm.ation or sou,, miiture. A first clas anile in jl cohrl'
ortlers proiiijilly attendel to. "urs.
Faint Shoo corner Thirdand Waihineton Bts To D.l.t. 0
destroyins- tje nil.uit pest, for the rib- IVe ,1UM,ireU n,ore Chinamen have
bits eoutd nut stand out mnv davs arrivetl iu Portland on the Danube.
. .... , . . i
longer aiirt t:ie a.s. aiLs c: tue livelv
parasit.-s. ilut the fU rains are fatul
to the fleas. The water kills them and
.washes them o3 tiie rabbits tni the lat
ter pitch in imr vineyards and orchards
and grain with sharpened appetites."
Shiloli' Vitalizer is what you need for
js-ppepsia, torpid liver, yellow skin or
I kidney trouble. It is cnarautecd to
' eive yon (atlffaction. Price 74c. Sold
by Snipes & Kinersly, druggists.
'IwM u Lau.
Joys and Korroara of the lik aa r
pnaai il la Tbetr Moalc
In the Irish dirp-es and laments thi-re
is jrrcat similarity to the music of the
West Highlands.' only the Irish m us )c
tiarnifr rie?n written
"You never lose anything by being
j polite to the ladies."
j "Yon don't, eh? Well you're not in it.
, The proprietor of the new restaurant
! down town lias just i.iircliased a fine
in most lnstanc,-. ' i t . r . r. ..
for the barn iwhi.-V, .ll I """" """'"" - napu.an Ia., .Mad!-
tbe voi. ei is a mnsic of full and sweet j K"1' Ind" tl,e eame 1 " advertisnd in
harmonies, and has not the omissions "'e The Ciibomci e and I was
and delicicncies of the pentatonic scale ! p"!ite enough to ask my lady friends up
in which all music f ir the pipes was I to take a drink and the soda was so all
WTittcn. While the melancholy of the j fired nice I lost a a hole dollar bill be
Celtic people finda inadequate expres, fl(re ! et Ito.. . nv.
thing by ioliteness, eh?
"Well, it detiends on whether there is
a Chapman & Co. soda fountain around
or not." ltdaw
aion in these laments plaintive, wail.
injf airs, somethin(r between recitative
and melody another and not less char
acteristic side of the Irish temperament
ia Very truthfully illustrated in their
aonmi of hnmor
About these, say the Saturday Ee- I Tlj P'dent has appointed John M.
view, there is an inimitable raciness, a j J"es ol Idaho, receiyer of public
fresh and sparkling wit, a spontaneous i moneys, and John G. Brown of Idaho,
ring- of chaff and fan. with a das h of ' rtvimu-r nl tl. la, ..I ii...i......
IVfllviina .....it ....... - .. A . -,... 1
.. u. uuiiii uh uu iii uirj, iirnv- Idaho,
Mmm wnicn (rive to tnem the unmis
takable Hibernian accent, and to which
there i no exact counterpart in the
song of England or Scotland.
Lame Back. &c
- V . v
J. H. CROSS
flay, Grain and Feed Store.
W. E. GARRETSON,
uti um rK thi
SS. SASDEI'S ELECT"fC BELT
With Eteetro-Macnetle aJaTMaORV.
I mtmmt lu f l.i
Vmir. vitlK m-s-1n ail ni n
oT"mIioii of Srmui nm, f orvim : rif
T1"- Orrooa dtMlttT. ptii mm
p"1" "1"T, asd imnfr mrnpiaii
"" 1'imfmo, aeaaUnt, .11 Irmmtr niaii
JT1 '". -.". c T .m lw-lric bait CHita
1 Sapi in fTt-r ail MMn. f-nrrrat
A band of poisoners i believed to lie
at work on the railways in the North
west Province, says a lUimbav paper.
There have been during the past few
.months a large number of deaths in
carriages among the native third-class
passengers traveling on the East Indian
railway. The btxliea are handed over
( by the railway authorities to the police,
who dispose of them as expeditiously as
possible. In most case there is little or
no property found on the bodies, not
even railway ticket, and generally
they are found in an empty carriage.
These facts do not appear to have
wakened the suspicions of the police,
r perhaps they have recognized their
innimlliM tr .M.n .i... ..... . 1. Tk V , . i 1 , : . ,
, - - i" -' - . nil- ii i luv iivniiciu i acnic seems to ue i tie
crimes. As. however, the native passen- j favorite route to the world's fair. Their
gers contribute oer ninety per cent, of; lwiiger e(nipmeiit is excellent. The
coaching receipt, it is high time some I '"""si sleeping cars have liee
eff-iri- were made to aflfnrd thern pro-1 '"iistered and are very comfort
Section f.ir their life and prtrpertr. I ' . " ,rBlr" "nu m"!T inioriiiation call at
j ie J.ejrniHtor ollice. -'tdewtf,
Nat Taalad Vet.
Laura What a quiet young man Mr
flora Have yoo invited him to din
Laura No, not yet.
l . SKI a
xiora men do, and get linn to go
with us to Harlan and get him to
order a soda fountain of Chapman & Co.,
Madison, Ind. I see them advertised in
the Chbo.mc i i. We can then draw Lira
out while we drink delicious oda at his
expense. They do say that soda is so
good that it really makes yonng men
who pay for it pleasant and talkative.
- ''T wrr or i.ieii ,t.Baii.aM, ami
iT" " iw par Tu..
, 1 b""1 " ma'tal'-ii (nim..n
an oth-r rro' faiiart. and wa an, fauaumla
o Intini.nm ,a
0".'i'Tr"1 imin4 iu'tim. siarrnnwf tsa
r''!. '"ii Tt wm inn,, rara wf h ail
L. -."T?.? V" rat Ul .Ullllll la VI 1
aaar faeml fr li,iia il l .mirf i aiaMMU ai.iail. Ua.
SANOEN ELKCTMIO CO.,
a. ITS St lra B)lra, IUK1 QUE.
J. D. PARISH. Prop.
If Th I'alloa at a. m rrcra da; and ar
rlr .1 I'rlnrvDl. in llilrtj all bmira. la
ITluevilla at k a m. e-vrrr . a and irniM il
Tb. laiira Id tlilrtt six lioura.
Carries the C. S. Hail, !'escDftrs ind tcprtss
onnarU at lnn-lllr wltll
Stages from Eastern and Southern Or
egon, Northern California and
all Interior Point.
Alan malm rimr ninnaeliiin at The Iiallm with
Ualua lruiu I'urtl.iid aud all eaateru axilnta.
.' Ctcneom Irntn.
; Gcoi a:ccaa:ioci ncij ; mi,
: Firsi-clan cua:Ln tat Icwi ux.
: ujrnj mwti mm w;:i art.
A .1 MTa..na wl.hllil puaare moat wavhlll al nf
la-drrr twk lu caaaarr. otti.-ra HI ih.1 -rreeWwl.
Kirpaa mual be lilllrrt al ul!,-va
iif tlio Htarr 1 ii will not L rratB.ualtilr I lia
rmitiy sill take n on aiunrr tranauut
tl I'arliriuar atl.'iitl.in rlavn to drlitprnx
ripmai matlw at ITliirviln. and .11 a.nll,rrn
piinia in nrr. hi. and lvanra rhargr. l u
Hild by Ilia ennpanr.
H. Hlrhvl a. M,.ra. I aaatllla llnvaa.
I'rlao.llla. 3h I,,;!,,,
Froa TERM IN Alt or ISTK10R Pd
la lb Uu Ui lata
TO ALL rOLXTS EAST AND S
ll ia in iHiilnr Car Hntiu it nn rJ
' jnuuaaaarjr oaj la laraai
St. Paul and &
NO c HANOI or c.t i
Cnninnael of IHnln Can Ti-i-jumid. M
man l'rawlltf ktaim OM9raraallalaata(UtaBa7
T01TJ5T SLEQ'INS CBS
Brat that ran b ecmatmrtad, an m
arrotnniialatiiilia ar tmtta f par atiHTaa
lor buldi-rauf f lrat aud laamilid claa Iaa
ELEGANT DAY C01E
Sa4t-W a-.'.' I. '.-- ...
All Watch Work Warranted.
Jewelry Made to Order.
IS Haaond "I.. Tlia lallM. Or.
W rld a alr.
The St. Charles Hotel,
TI ..i.i t .i , .
i, i(iuir aim rename lionse
nas i?en entirely return islied, and every
room has lieen reered and repinte
ana newly carpeted throughout. The
nonse con u in a 17d momsand i snjtplit
with every niolern convenience. Hat
reasoiiahie. A gofaj resteorant att:ir
to the honse. r rer hns to and from ah
C. W. KNOWLES, Prop.
Ia called to the fact that
Dealer In Glass, T.lme, Plaster, Cement
and Bnilding Material of all kind.
Carrtaa tha Flaoat Mna af
ihe Ixinis, ran h rancisco, Portland Oregon ! 0
n tip- i Seattle Wash., and varions points in Or To '"Olid ID the CitV.
rti'i'ie .egon and Washington. '
FflEtfCH & CO.,
IRANSAfrr A GrNKRALBAKKlKU KraiKEMa
letters of Credit issued available in
Mtfht r.xchaiiL'e anil Ti. .1
i.iinicinni.iii .r 1 OrK , tll ICSgO,
. M. Hliu
First National Bank.
SODA WATIE AND ICE CEEAM,
Candies and Nuts
A ci.ntuin nia Hur, emuHvUnc axoaSal
an-.ruuif dirrrt and unuilprniiid acrt
Pu'lman SlrraT ri ai rvatimn ran fer an
IB aaa.iic UirutiKh auj acnit uf Inrsaa.
TUDniirU TirlrTP To and r
Mirianil and ruMiw i.'an ur uurrluaan a
ti art uruuv ul Uia ouupauf .
full Inli-matii.n rtinrrrninf rana. s
trama, rfntlra and otber d1aiia lurulaaa
W. C. ALLAWAY,
Arretit P P. ai A. NaT. I.O.. RrjulaKir
liailra. Or., nr
a Ii r lf ahl TOl.
Aaa'L Ovnrral faaani art Al.. PnrUaat I
at w hxlraal
TOMA(. ; .
H. A Its A l :
.HE DALLES. - - - OREGON
A General Banking Business transacted
.Deposits received, snbjeet to bight
Iraft or Check.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
reniuuxi on oa; ol collection.
Hight and Teletrraphic Exchantre wjld on
few lork, ban rrancisco and Portland.
P. P. TlloMmoH. Jxo. H. Kl'HKMCK.
Ed. M. Williams, Go. A. Liana.
ll. M. Bkall.
Flnat Paanut RoastwrinTh Dalit
- .3M rftl p AtrlKhta
W. II. YOUNG,
General Blacksmithing and Work done
promptly, ami nil work
Horse Shoeing a Speciality
Tliinl Street opp. Licbc'soldStaiil
Of DALLE8 CITY, OR.
President . . .
Cashier, . .
- Z. F. Moodt
M. A. Moonr
e at all poii-ts on fav.
72 Washington Street.
General Banking Busincsa Transacted.
fcih'ht Exchantres Sold on
and JtUSTIaAXD, OR.
tillections nm.l on fuvonble terms
at all accessible ilnU.
Gigar : Facte
FACTORY NO. 1
nm A 11 nf the Best B
Vl JJ ltJ inariufarturei-'j
onlers from all parts of the coantrj
on the shortest notice.
XliA miinl.tiim t.t TUP DAlXE'
GAK has liecome firmly estalili'"1 j
the demand lor the hum inSliUl"'!
article ia Increasing every dsy.
A. ULRICH & SON
A. A. Browri
Kacpa a full aaaortmut
Staple and Fancy
which bs offers at Low fl"1
SPECIAL :-: PRIC(
to Cash Buyers.
Hiftet Castt Prices for M
170 SECOND STREET