THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MAY 80, 1893. The Weekly Chronicle. OrFIOlAL PAl-ER OF WASCO COVSTV. A rttOl'HKCr FVI.F1LLKIK The Oregoniau o( November tth con- MARKET RERORT. Tiit KHDAY, June W. The depreraion ; in l.iluliitwH circles inai cnrwirn taiued the following prophetic utter-, tll .. ... 0f the eeaiiou and the , ! liieles condition of trtule, apparently oil , i-i.l . mice : The country hns uecreeu a c-nange 01 , ,eaure, vanished 6scal nd industrial polivy in the uuwt , f h Wn encolln,sig prosperous time it has ever known. .,.Ur. MIi i1Bies eenerallv. If the fence law was This is largely the result of the immense , . j eHgitr RI)d th voiuuie foreiCn vote in the great cities. Chicago . o( hw ill0reasej in all i)rtuiche in carries Ilimois tor l ieveianu as me cuj of New ork carries ew ors swue ior ,,-iv maintained. The him. The hiW vote, largely foreign, j ignorant of the extent of its prosperity, has lieen misled by demagogues, and 1ms revolted agninst the In-st conditions it lias ever known. The populist craze, bued on tlte same errors tliat have I moved the labor vote, has contributed That railroad accident, says the Tele cram, is another that could have been prevented. properly enforced no cows would be on the track, and no disasters from such causes would result. The proposition to build the fence seems to demonstrate itself when it is considered that the cost entailed by this accident, wot to men tion the -death of oneorTnore passen gers and injuries inflicted, would more than psy for a good fence from here to The Dalies. In the first place, for their own protection the I'niou Pacific should iave this work dono, beouuse these .mishaps make a big hole in the profits and dividends of stockholders ; and in the -second piace, the state law should not lie allowed to remain nnolserved. It is not put on tlif statute ltooks as an ornament, or to lie a dead letter. In a measure, therefore, the blame rest on tlie officials whose duty it is to see that tSe laws are eutorced. From this affair they can take warning. Their responsi bility, however, is nothing like that of! voted for it, and the present "the railway authorities. Oliedienee to law comes before enforcement. Let them remember that they have in charge the safety of thousands of passengers, nd that these accidents may come at any time unless precautious are taken. con sequence. IVices are generally maintained. grocery and provision market continues steady w ithout any apparent change in quotations. j in produce mere is no c, .. gr . .m- , K,.(i!,0(VKl (retlh eBM ,,,11 turn further than tlie trade is wen sup- . jr(C plied with all kinds, including the; 1'oh.tky Chickens are quoted at :i smaller fruits. 1 to .' iwr dozen. k-i-Ibv. t-Kl 00 to i.M 00 ner ton. Shell ed corn 1 25 per 100 B.s. Fi.ot'K Salem mills Hour is quoted at (4 ..' er barrel. Diamond brand at fit fx) per bhl. per ton and $:t 75 cr bbl. tetail. IIav Tiniothv hay range in price from f 12 00 to lift 00 per ton, according to quality and condition. Wheat hay is in full alia-k on a limited demand at 10 00to12 00 per ton. There is no inquiry for oat hay, and prices are oil". Altulfa hav is not much called for, and is quoted at 1 10 00 to 1'.' 00 per ton. These quotations are for hailed hay exclusively. Ih-TTEK Fresh roll butter at 40 to ftO cents per roll, in brine or dry salt we quote :0 to 40 cents per roll. at 12 and Blakeley & HoughtorJ DRUGGISTS, The Dalles, Ore 175 Second Street, A full lino of all Drug. the Standard Patent v. nenncais, jU'. .'.-ARTISTS MATERIALS.-,., Country and Mail Orders w ill receive prompt attention. The California Winehous aa I .J ttiklt' nimti (lltil if bl l.lilkt'liiiiM mi-Ill ..,,tl I.! . 1 I not a htt!e to this result A majority oi , . . p , t)roiu.r Mt nvv T'Ccf cattle are in " V u'-' 1 V, , " , t the voters have for the time put exper- M $1 ao.ou. n.i'fcrate dimand at .r 100 k; l'n.dtKvd 1I1C at JiTlt'CS ill tl.f IVUch of ncrvl.(,(lv ience aside., rejected the policy under oiJ fott ls lirt quoU.a ,u to jru) pel ' weight gross to tor extra gmid. . Also, l.t'St l't'UIUlts to lt( found. (icmmIh L'Uarailt('("(l I which employment was abundant and ; Jtajmij quoted .l2W and 2 M j i j j, , Firstnass j,, (vory r,.slH.(.t H wages better than ever liefore in our ,.,,. ,rt.., ls ,i.;,il v weak 1 , ,e' 1 1 rk . "'l,t J 1 I , . . . .-ii ,i, , ia heat market is itetiueil.j " , ami priiva are nominal gross j I luston, and have decided, . M' ! on Uw tw,,u foreign advices, w bile in ' weight and Ii'.. cents .lresaed. Cured , -v. ' T w without knowing it, to put their lahor rects uns.-ii.st.utorv, have an : hog meats are quoted at I-"... cents hog 1 nOrnDSOH S AddltlOn. C . K H l I I "T (l. 1.1,1. i BM' HSH M Ml . ruuiiu. - m. i A striking case of youthful depravity Las come t light in a 14-year-old girl ol Taconia, who is pungently desrrilied by her mother as "a holy terror." Id ap plying for an order committing the girl to the state reform school at Chehalis the mother told the court that her daughter had been sent to the Home of the tiood Shepherd at Seattle, to a con ent in Portland, to a boarding schuol in Chehalis and from all these places she bad run away. Just 1 if fore taking her eat after a serious talk from the judge, the girl astounded his honor by exclaim ing in a saucy manner: "I will be just on an euttalitv with that ot the c lalior countries of the Old World. There w iil le a rude awakening, shall now have a free trade policy, oucht to have it. The country generation should learn from experience w hat I it means. Naturally and inevitably j there will le timidity in making invest-1 ments, particularly in industrial enter- i prises. Labor generally will find the de- ! mand for it checked, since new etal- j lishments will not lie founded, nor old ones enlarged under existing uncertain-; ties. The election of Cleveland will , carry with it a democratic majority both in the senate and the house, and there will be no obstacle to legislation on the basis of the democratic platform. It will 1 more than one year till the new policy can be formulated into law and encouraging outlook. : T!i ,-.,, nxutrta i Hi i iriif. a CChcra 'shortage and a nrosnective demand for an additional supply of lit.r STAPLE :iiim'i:uiks. -t!osta Kirn, is quoted at '.'!!c wr lb., bv the sack. Salvadore, -'c. Arbiickles,' ".". Spoab tiohlcn C, in bhls or sack , ! K"; F.xtra C, t : Prv granulated (i HS In boxes. 1. U.. in :"So lb boxes, 7.'. Fx C, t- t'C -'IH). Uicic Japan rico, 45 t Tc ; Island, rice, 7 cts. CoPPKK brvadstuil's for lSii:-4. Our I'uitcd States crop bulle tin fur the week ending June li'tli con tains the statement that the average l'r cent will not i N-ved 78 per cent of acre age and pro-prctive yield, loiter ad vices wiil ileteriiiine the product, but 'enougli is knou n to base the culcula 'i tion tiiat the vivid fur w ill approxi , mate near 4;,"i ,100.000 bushels, and w ith the hold-over, as estimated, of 78 mil- k. $1 ' lions, will lie ri:t,(XK),000 against nearly f 13 oO ier ton. , (K),tHK),o0O for 1S9J. ; Ikiki Fkpith Italian prunes, 12c per . The live stock market is fairlv active. , ' . r-vuporaieu apples. iui i.'.. ' Iieef cattle are quoted at 2'4 to 2'a , gorss. Mutton sheep are in fair request ; for export to Chicago at $2.25 to $2.75 per j ; head with a looked for decline on account ! Bkanh Small whites, ! I'iuk, tier loo lbs. Si -I.iverpmil, 501l sk, ft"c : 1001b 00; 2001b sk, $2 00. Stock salt, senu operauuu , ntnr, . , , nirI.:.,K. lat n..K)rt 10,800 have been shipped from this market. Stock horses are down, and the market quotations from other points that tht rtf uli of the eltction of tetenlay will bf the btoinniitij of a period of iitdut- trial stagnation, rttulting from the liii i','; i)cnpiti and uncertainty of Imtinett, and that the coutequeneet triil rei'oil ui!h terrihle force vpon the labor clafsct. at the reform school as I can, through v hose tote chief.; the result as tneaa and when I come out I will be ten times meaner.'" Reform in such a case is a very difficult matter and wonld have been better commenced before the girl was beoc. One of the treasures of the Edison Photmpraph works at Orange is a cylin der that was impressed with the Toice of the late John MeCulIoogh, the actor, who died in a madhouse. The impres sion wae taken while he was in confine ment. Rambling passages from the plays in which he acted were recited in a voice of wouderiul power aad pathos, but at the end of each passage the actor would -etop and say, iu a voice to chill the lMxi, "But now I'm mad ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha sb-h-h-h." The end of the laugh was all but indescribable, for he drew in his breath with a sound tnat wae partly a snriefc and partly a gasp, if there is ever a voice heard from tbe tomb it is when tine cylinder is put is the phonograph. It ie rumored that a tall baikling is to be ereoteti in Chicago in which there shall sot be a stone, brick or pieee of timber. It is to be constructed of an al loy of aluminum and copper ninety per cent of the former and ten per cent of the latter in the form of sheets over a wall of etael frame fireproofing. To a larger extent than is nsual in such struc tures giaec will be used, the windows being twenty -two feet wide. Tlieetruc ture composed entirely of plate glass and ehiaiug pieces of aluminum, will, it is asserted, be as striking in appearance as it wiil be novel. The cost is esti mated at seven hundred thousand -dollars. The Cauii: for more than a oooth, and without a second, has held that tlse -care on the wool market had no founda tion in fact. It i agreeable therefore, to r- tee such paper? a the Portland Telegram , swinging into fine. Its last issue says-. "The wool li vers have rafsed each a how I about the low prices of wool retak ing from the aw8ion to power of the democratic party, that they have actu ally f joied many organs of the prodneere arnleaused tlwui tu ad' ocate like hlea. It is enfortunate that this game shonld, have been so eao-eeeiul. The buyers are .able to wait, and tliev even enjov the -effects of their diplouiay, but the pro ducers have not the same reserve strength and therefore may not hold out .until tr? folly of the scare is demon' trated." ' Our idea of pension reform is that it hould commence with the "total disa bility" fellows who draw big salaries as public ofE&alg. There are many of these, some of them very rieh, who draw 472 to $100 a month of tlie people's money when tueir private incomes run ap into the tliousands. One advioe to Commiasioner Loihren is: Be lenient to the $12 men, but scrutinize the lag; ones very closely, Review, (rood ad vice and a sound view of the seeded reform. Ien brnnijlt! afout. Tiiey who know these things have but to wait regretfully for results to come about which lliey so plainly foresee. F.seepl two small concerns, one at Corvaiiis. Oregon, and one in Michigan, every bank that has failed so tar w iil pay depositors in full. Banks cannot afford to keep deposits in their vaults at all times, because there would be no profit in it, and timid depxwiMrs called . for their cash, without notice, at a time when the funds weiv l jai:e ! on good security. The Wnks were, therefore, com! leu to surjieiiu I t h short time, but w hen the ioutisare called in will pay in full. There was no more sense in runs Uon the banks of late than there would be in attempting tu stay a northwest blizzard with a pair of blacksmith's bellows. Still, the money sharks have made their millions out of the flurry. They it was who started the wave, and their money went out at fabulous rates of interest. Welcome. jer lb. Dried gras, 7' Sc per pound VKOETAHLKH AND FKl'lTH. Potatoes $2.25 per 100 His. HIUKH AND rihS. IIidkh Are quoted as follows: Iry, 3.c lb; green, 1 '..(u 21.... Siikkp Pixth 25 to 50 ea. Deerskins, 20c lb for w inter ami 110c for summer. Dressed. light $1 III, heavy 75c lb. llear tkins, $h.u$l2 ea; beaver, $1150 lb; otter, $.; fisher, 5i $5 5li: silver gray fox, $ 10i $25; red fox, $1 25; grev fox, $2 50$3: iimrtin. $lc$l 25: 'mink, , 5oV(" 55c ; coon, 50c; coyote, 50cin 75c ; badger, 25c; polecat, 25cw45e; com mon house cat, 10c(25c ea. Wool Th market is rcjiorted H to 11! Wtx hags, 35 rents. Jamri L.ititn Klrml. Wacuinctos-, June 2H. The president ; this morning summarily removed from , ottice James Oitan, collector of customs i at Portland, Or. This unusual action ; was taken on receipt this morning of a indicate quotations to range from $12 to $20 per head for bands through. Draft and roadsters are iu limited deniaud, and the market is otr on offerings. The woo! situation is unchanged with one exception, and that is a weaker market in the east. Huston quotations of the 21 Id for Oregon wools show a de cline of 2 cents jier n;iid on ail grades. The following from Philadelphia of the 24th inst says of wool : The situation continues unsatisiac tory. Values of coarse and medium un washed wools have readied a point at wnicn unyers are snow .ng more .merest, teWgrtm frolu ,,w,.ittI ui,utn (lf lUe tmM but on all grades of washed wools prices . (Wl,artuient) H ho lluve vueng, are to a great extent nominal. The sup- (or (R)Uie time inv,.HtiputiI)K tlie (ra,u. ply of the latter is not yet large enough j k.nt ,ra,.tice, ,ireVailing in the I'uget ... fairly establish a market. A few lots ; mid Prtiani, dirtrirts. The tele ire seiling at 2728 for hue Ohio de- ' p.,,,, stated thev bad information of the laine and there are reports of some j intemiw, iun(Ul)g at Portland of a large no-mess in line couiing ueeces at num,.r of Chinese coolies. lx)tau .iu .n uinuum ai o.u u.e irnnsar- iuuinmrilv dismissed and his d tions at these rates are small and bnv- I. C. Niclvelten, The Dal less, - - - Oregon. KSTA1II.ISI1KI) 1N7U. Tli. oldest, Dirntjis.t, unci liet-it 1 1 i t i.jt;e(l lioiiHe in tc-loil li(HiKts, hiiiJ Di Nkw Mimical IiistmnioiitN, Wtitol it-es, Jewelry mul Spurting GoihJh, Agt. Hiitilurn-1 irv tneti Sttnnithl) Co's Tk'kt u(ul fre.ru Kump. Pbomit Attkntios. Low Pkh ks, Vp to tiik Timkk. Again We Greet You WITH A FI LL LINK OF STOVES AND RANGES. BUILDING HARDWARE, TINWARE. GRA NITEW ARE, GUNS. AMMUNITION. FISHING TACKLE, PUMPS, IRON SOLE AGENTS FOR Garland Stoves and Ranges' was eiiutjr ulaeed in charge, who w ill continue to ers evince no disposition to ojrate ,ct ntil I51ack( Um? now cUector. qual freeiy, except at further material con- ' jg cessions, which receivers are not yet iu ; position to offer. Fair sales of quarter If President Cleveland hits accom plished anything so far it has not yet appeared on the surface. As an exam ple of a do-nothing policy commend n to this administration. The president so far has succeeded merely in catching a few trout, besides the fatiguing work of turning some thousands of rascals out ' and nuttine sundry thousands of sconn- ,-eraldisoiiion to realize, dreis in. His attitude on the tariff is all conjecture; he has stated nothing tan gible upon the silver questiou ; we are all in the dark almut what he proposes to do about Hawaii, and his ambaewa dor is of the same stripe in that le is afraid to even participate in a foorth of vxanl to part with their clij at still Joly celebration for fear he will show a i lorti,,r concessions, but the attitude of partiality to the United States. The bu; how no change from the deter country will await with interest tins ! n,inatio" beretofore expressed to buy coming session of congress to see if he tl' nBW W001" onl-v ttt P on a fritJ will actually formulate plans upon any ; Kn f(,reii-'n costs w ithout duty, subject which he is willing to have ' Ti,Wre n,1I,'h difference of opinion as made (mbtic. i to wnat eally is the "free trade" value iof many grades of wool, but buyers are While in China Adolph Spreckels, I WOTe Iikel!r to rr jn the side of nndue a son of Claus, saw a brother of Miss Ah ! depreseion than they are by iiaying Fung, the Chinese lady who is engaged 1 nj"re tl,an the competing foreign cost. a iurn r,.n,nun,l..r VI,oui- f , l.o I The ODtlook is for B Continued meiik anil I Tnited ritates eteamer Alliance. The unsettled market for some time to come, I "'II'"'1: ' . I ...J .i..: . ,. ! Tike bad wronier saia ne ana ins latner were ran-1 l"c rllu" ruesis mat reauza- Surwir an4 Hwrvdn. Owing to dissatisfaction existing on account of its union with Sweden, Nor way is likely to break away entirely from its allegiance to King Oscar II. Norway claims the right to and medium unwashed have lieen made j at 19'-..((i2uc and here and there buyers , have made offers for considerable lines ! at 10c. llelief consequently gains j ground in some qnarters that these 1 wools are Hearing the bed-rock of value, but many manufacturers are still un- i willing to operate, even on the present' twsis. . . Western advices indicate a more gen-' but there is ! much irregularity iu the views of inter- I ; ior holders and the movement of sup- j plies to the seaboard is comparatively slow. Considering the decline that has I already taken place, it is not surpns- ; nnt ot i(r,.tcnantiieral in the armr. mg that estern growers should I re- i, 1BrriH(i .i, .ri,,. Klo ,f Nassau, of 1H57. King Oscar possesses lu If MMcSrersCAat.. a separate consular service, and this is refused by the King, lie is a brother of Charles XV, his predecessor, and was born in 1821). Prior to his acces sion to the throne in 1X72 be held the Sanitary Plumbing, Tinning and Metal Roofirg a Specialty. Groceries, Provisions, and CordWi AM. OIIDKHN I'ltllMI TLT ATTEMiEl) TCI. THE DALLES. OR. AIAIER & BEXTC THE DALLES LILMI5EKLVG CC I NCOKFOkATEl) IMHtJ. No. 07 Washington .Stkkkt. . . The Dallb Wholesale and Hetall Dealers and Manufacturers ul Building Material and Dimeosioa Timber, Duors, Wiuduws, Muldisp, Douse Furtaal Special Attention Riven to the Manufacture of Fruit antT Boxes and Packing Cases. Factory awsxcl XjumUer Yard at Old It. Urf DRY Pine, Fir, Oak and Slab WOOD Delivered any part of the city, Farlev ( Successors to I., lifaclu rers considerable literary ability, and among i his works is a sietical translation of ; (ioetl.e's "Kaust" in Swedish, in recog- nition of which he was elected corres- pomling memlwr of the Frankfort Acad emy of Sciences. Mot That Way. I Tlie good man (sadly) Ah, my son, ! you have been to the circus; it pains j me greatly to think that owe so young should have crossed the threshold of mm The Oregon democracy has had many serious afflictions, but tlie worst has be fallen it with Dan Murphy at one end and Starr on the other. By this means, the republican party wiil get all the party secrets. Dispatch. aaei i.iT f !hinn i,r anitntila nruu.nl. f.. ' t'lOIIS as DrOllintly BS thev Innv f nimla at ruling prices, will in the long run j yield better results than to hold for a i small boy I didn't cross any threshold. I crawled in under the ties Wide and would send the com mander a gorgeous mandarin's dress. :. The agitating question of the honr is j will Mrs. Whitney cultivate the use of I the knife and fork, or will Mr. Whitney j wrestle with the chop sticks. later market. WAHIII.MGTOX AM) OKK(,OX. Eastern, fine. do heavy iine do medium Valley, No. 1 do do o. 2 21 r23 No. 3 17 rl Our Dalies market is weak, and it is impossible to quote prices other than to say offerinrs range from 8 to 10'2. CRteaa-o Hnrss Market. J. S. Cooper says : 1 rade opened dull and lifeless. To- No law ever upon tbe statute books of tbe United 8tates has been more gen erally abased than the Fherman silver law, and licne ever deserved more abuse. If the telegraphic seport of Carter Harrison's speech at Clnicago was correct, the mayor of Ute ex position city declared that the world svould not siave lost much if the lligriios bad been lost at sea. i Such a remark, if it was wiade by the ! mayor at the dinner to the Bay State delegation, as repwrted, was la very poor ! taste. Massachusetts has more reason ! ward the end (A tl, -.v it iii.,,i to be proud of tlie Pilgrims than Chicago j up perceptibly, drivers and chunks lie- I nas ior priue in ner preweni mayor. mg in espial demand. The week clos- , I ri rr r,nairtr i .... a J - . . 1 I .. Not long ago when a young ninn was i. ., , , .wv i . I 11 " ,, , " ity augurs well for the com ng week. graduated at college, lie usually began I 8 in bis profession at the lowest round and ! Wheat 45 to (ic per tm. at a very small salary. If the graduate I Prices are op to 85 to $1.00 is base ball pitcher of a crack college i cent8 fr 100 team, nowadays, he lias a bright pros- AT"-T,' oat market is stiff and of- peci before him. Rase ball pays better Zluvn light " 11 50 t0 11 80 cnt . . ... per us tt)S. than teaching a country school. I . r, . ' ' Miu.sTi rrs Bran and shoru are I inoiea at i uu pPr ton. mid 1 dllngi $22 60 to $23 00 per ton. Rolled 1 Hprlns Mmllclna. i Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver I'ills on : account of their mild action are esj:i- 13 fit 15 " - "UB,MMl 'or correcr.inif spring elisor. 12 (i 14 B" '"'pow bhsid, tired brain iu ( jj and aching and worn out ImmIv. They '. 22 ("4 ' ot Proml'tly on the Liver and kidnevs"; drive out all impurities from the bloixl, and malaria from the system. Only one pill for a dose. Try them this spring. Sold at 25 cts. a Ixix by I'.lakely A Houghton, Druggists, The Ilalles, Or., wtii-l I). Frank, deceased.) OF ALL OF A cn(.ral Line of Horse Furnishing Goods. EEPAIEIIsrO PBOMPTLY nd NEATLY XOSl WuOlcsals and Retail Dealers in Harness, Eriillcs, Wtips, Horse Elantcts,3 Full Assortment of Mexican Saddlery Plain or Stamped. SECOND STREET. .... THE DAI New - Umatilla- House THE DALLES, OKEf.iOX. SINNOTT& FISH, PROP'S. Ti!ket and Bairimiro Office of tl. t P t) t i' ...A n-,.. f ths V; L'nion Telegraph Oirn are in the Hotel, Fire-Proof Safe for the Safety of all Valuables LARGEST : AND : FINEST : HOTEL : IN : OREG'1 15 rrTi, (r7 f,i IS i jfJ Vstil I L aft-VJi H'M !(. TiUL MT i"n I The Dalles Mercantile Co., 6ulscribe for tl) Chbomcle. Anaisal)l( Uxntire atxl N KH V fc I D.v l(j. . . .7.J. ' ir mail. Kc.suo.. ind $I.OUper psckaso. baiopHw fra ir o Hn.Tiji!.,wiie toct wwtii UW il WfrtheTrttainlUrwwth,2io. For Ml bj snipes Klnr.l. -JOHHKKS AM) DRAI.KKH IX- General Merchandise Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishing Goods, I'00" Shoes, llatu, Cajis, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Hay, Grain, Feed, Etc. 3G0 to 394 Second St., The Dalles, Q'