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About The Dalles weekly chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1947 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1893)
THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6,1893. '
X. myjy.wK i-r.,tr.. , RAILWAY STATISTICS.
The Most Stubborn
Skin and Scalp Diseases, the
worst forms of Scrofula, all
blood -taints and poisons of
every name and nature, are
utterly rooted out by Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. For every disease
caused by a torpid liver or
impure blood, it is the only
remedy so certain and effec
tive that it can be guaranteed.
If it fails to benefit or cure,
you have your money back.
Eczema, Tetter, Salt-rheum,
Erysipelas, Boils, Carbuncles,
Enlarged Glands, Tumors, and
Swellings, and every kindred
ailment, are completely and
permanently cured by it.
To every sufferer from Catarrh,
no matter how bad the case or of
how long standing, the proprietors
of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
say this : " If we can't cure it,
perfectly and permanently, we'll
pay you 500 in cash." Sold by
Lame Back, &c
D3. SANDEN'S ELECTRIC BELT
Wtth Electro-Magnetic 8U?FMSORY
iilcurr without lwdiclne ail DukMM resu.tiDfr firm
evpr-ctutiou of brain nrrre force t rrrrnt or inilia
errtion, as arrrcniB debility, leeplMiaa, Umpruor,
rb4im.ttism, kidney, lircr and biatlu?r compiajntj,
lame back. I'lmtwu, aciatW, all female cum(.jDt.i
gpwral ill heaitu. ere. liiis eiertno Bell cntaans
mmm ai rfml laiMcai over ail other. Purreut la
inula nuy friifoy wearer or forfeit $,0UU.tf, ami
wiil cure ail of tb aonee di or Do par. Thou-L-ml
han been mred br tuts marraina lneenti'n
after all other renwdie failexl. and we trtra hmmrwdi
teatimonialsui tniaanU ererr other at-ire.
Oar rewvrial Impr KLEIT&IC MrrBY. th
rinataac b.a nr orr-red weak mtn, rKt'K with all
Health mm )tnrwMrMtit alUTTaalD la t
MTN MrtKl for lrnu .1 taiwti!t. ineUwU . awawi, iron
6ANOEN ELECTRIO CO.
fco. Xt a'leaimreet, I'UIH LA.MI OK F.
VIGOR of i
an'l all th train rr tIs
Irnmearly rrromor latr
xei. tae rp.ult or
em urk. I c k ti (
worry, etc. Fuil.tmigtii,
dTioprnent antl looe
(riven Uj every organ and
jyrtlno of tho borty.
Btmr.l. natural met ho-ia.
A faithful lmort Humbly BmwhM
the lrat J. Cleselauil.
A friend hands us the following, taken
from the Gunnison (Col) Tribune, which
is worth read i iitf. It is as follows :
TO AUMUiHTV CLEVKLANll.
Previous to the close of the democratic
county convention, FMward Croke,
mayor of Irwin, arose and all the dele
gates reverently bowed their heads while
he offered prayer to Almighty Cleveland.
The voice was filled with emotion and
the reporter found it difficult to get
every word. But here it is :
Oh, almighty and all-powerful Cleve
land, who art in Washington, when not
fishing; thou who art the father of Kuth
and Ruth's sister, and of Mary Halpin's
boy, Oscar, and the god-father of the
democratic party, (it's father wouldn't
own it if he were here,) we hail thy
name as the great political prophet of
the century. We bow down before thee
in political obedience. When thou sayest
go, we go, when thou sayest come, we
come. We have no desire but to serve
thee. If thou sayest black is white we
will swear to it and lick the everlasting
stuttin' out of the man who disputes it.
When thou takest snufT we will sneeze ;
when thou sayest free Bilver we will
echo thy words; when thou sayest gold
then gold it is. We are democrats after
the improved modem type. Our busi
ness is to vote the ticket and vote 'er
straight. What is it to us whether we
have free silver or not? We are but
dogs, that eat of the crumbs that fall
from our masters' tables. When tiio
crumbs fall we wag our tails; whev they
fall fast we wag faster; when tey don't
fall we stand and wait un'Jl they do
Thiu is democracy. Thia id the kind of
democracy which elected thee, our great
and almighty Cleveland. Oh, most
adored master Vre love thee for what
thou hast rot done for us. We love
thee beeuse thou art !Cleveland. We
humbly surrender ourselves to thee. Do
with us as thou wilt. Though wheat is
but -10 cents a bushel we love thee;
though cotton is low we love thee ; though
business is dull we love thee; though
thousands, millions, are out of employ
ment we love thee; though our wife, the
dear companion of our bosom, is scant
ily dressed and looks so shabby she can't
go to church we love thee; though we
are sinking deeper in, debt and poverty
is knocking at the .door, and hunger is
staring us in the face, we love thee still.
This shows our great faith and love for
thee. Our wives and children we are
willing to sacrifice, even as the Hindoo
mother sacrifices her offspring by throw-
ng it under the crushing wheels of th
juggernaut. Oh, mighty Glevelmet.
words cannot express our love for Hiee.
We love our party, too. What cure we
aljont the many promisee it made. We
know it promised free silver, and wh
know it won't give it to us, but we stick
to the party. We know we said if it
did not do the things it promised to do
we would leave it, but we lied when we
said it. We thought then we had some
manhood about us, but we ain't. We
have no independence. Thou, oh mighty
Tuk total number of railway corpor
ations on June 80, iwtt. was 1,J.
Tiik total railway mileage of the
country on Juuo SO, ISltt, was 171,&&).5d
Tiik freight revenue during1 the year
ending June SO, 18WJ, amounted to
Tiik total number of passengers car
ried during the year ending June 30,
Tiik pussenper revenue for the rail
ways of the country during the year
endiugJune 30, lMrJ. was $-J8d,h05,7lM.
Tuk number of tons of freight re
ported by the railway as carried dur
ing the year ending June 30, V2, was
Tiik receipts from mail service for
the year ending June 30, ltrtfj, were
JO, 8(11, 143, and from the exprcsa com
panies were J.H.S,USH.
Tiik total number of employes in the
service of railways on June 30, ISVi,
was SCJ1.415, being ait increase of 37,
130 over the previous year.
Tiik average journey per passenger
for the vear ending June 30, l.V.Ki, was,
i'A.bi miles, and the average numtier ,f
passengers per train for each mile run
Jew York Weekly Tribune
Who 11". lira Dn ntlnnJ - i
$1.00 per Bottlo.
Curp Cnn-!if nar.'Mi , fur ' in out,
CruMrompilv; ro!'vt Wlioupinr Coiitfli
and Attuuut I r Cmmuini tinn lr bn no
riYHl; baeurl thounnnclr w irvenli oilier
fdlltHl; willcUHB TotTlf tiikcn In Time. HoliI
by lrTugiriMUi on ft pniir-mtiv. For I.ntue iJac
orCiauuajSi.lI.M' I t.A&ALU, oU.
ilrtfe vou luiurrh t Thiaremtlv lairunren
tneU Co cure tou. I'riut SucLi, lu1i:is)r Xm.
For sale by Miilpea A Kineraly.
Of DALLES CITY, OK.
President - -
- Z. F. Moody
M. A. Moody
2u' rererrnrx. b-n! Cleveland, hast all the manhood and in
explanation a,i1 pr.t , ... ,,. , ,
ucrciiut;iiiTC in liic pari. vie are looit;
maUU iat)irtlj frev.
ERIE MEDICAL CI
BUFFALO. N. V.
INTERNA TIOXAL I
Abvtmttof 'th Tvmtt.
" I U U b T ( ." r; C d . "
in revi-int:, J'i t-its-rnc""
more t .u i,i)
shiM ova till
Jif-tionan-. It an-wt-M
concerning the hia-tr-,
nuiirtat ton, anl
xuoariHiLr of woni.
A Lihrarvin Itself, it ai
th ott?n Jrrre'i information conwrnine
erinne;it Ifnx.in; act roiM-crnuuf tiw
wnmtri. cities, fmn. ami natural a
t ii rt-- of the pi le : larticular. conrnin
not-d tlrtni.iis i5nwrtt anH places: trans
lation of forcitn quotations, words, and
jrvrln ; ere. etc., etc.
Thin Work i Invaluable in tbe
hoiim-bold, and to tl teacher, achoiar, pro
feasijnal inaii.aiid aelf-eJuctor.
bold ht A'f hftktll:r.
O. A C. Merriam Co.
t P (,o not htiTheapThnn.
frihK repriauot auueot
C'Jr!Mrnd forf reo pnwpectoa.
General Hanking Business Transacted.
Sight Exchanges Hold on
and PORTLAND, Ofi.
'olleetions made on favorable terms
ii ml Hr-rt-fxible points.
FRENCH & CO.,
TKA.Nr.ACT A X KS K K A 1. K A N K 1 Nit HI'SINKw
For Sale at a Bargain.
Tlu untlorsiiit'tl, liavinp sc'iir('(l the machinery and
lixtures of what was intended for a first-class shoe factory,
will sell the Kime at a har'rain. J I ore is an enpine ami
boiler of -10-odd horse power, and a lar-ie amount of shoe
machinery, lasts, line shaftini:, pulleys, heltiiig and funl
iiiLrs almost a complete shoe factory.
1 1 ere is also one of the hest sites for successfully oper
ating a factory of this kind to he found m this country.
Write for particulars at once, to
Through Tri-Weokly ,g
cepted) lietwmm The JHdleaTA
laud. Steamer Uegulator lL
Dalles at 7 a. m., "i
Mondays, Wednesdays tndFri
connecting at the Cusrads Ui.j
Steamer Dal In Citv. HtI 1
Citv leaves Portland (Yimhi1 .
at H a. m.,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and KttiaJ
coiiiim-iing wiin Meiininr R(jrJ
Freight Rales GreRete
A 11 freight, exiepi rar k
will be brought through,
out delay at Cascades.
niiipmunis lor irortiand m,
anv time day or night. Hhir
way landings must lie ilolim,
n p. ni. l.ivn stock shiDDisnUi
Call on or address,
letters of Credit irrMieil available in
Sight Kxchanve and Telegraphic
transfers soliton New York, Chicatro, St.
Imii", San Francisco, Portland tjregon,
heattle ash., and various points in Or
evon and Washington.
Collections made at all point on fav
liars, lickspittles, mudsills. We have
no business to want anything or to say
anything. Last year we favored free
silver, and now we have to oppose it.
We favored it then because we thought it
was right. We oppose it now, most
adored roaster, liecause thou tellest lis
to. Ain't we a honey of the first water?
Did ever dog serve his master more
faithfully? Did ever a dog get less for
it? Oh, mighty master, we are ever
ready to serve thee and party. All the
nav we ask is to lx untied on lh h?-lt
bv some local tvoliti.-i-n .ml .1U,I . I A General liauking Husiiiess transactor
i - - . . -. H
good democrat. We ain't got any sense.
. s. eCH!r;a.
J. W I'.
First Jlational Bank.
:he dalles. -
J Careati. and Trade-Marks obtained, and all fat. J
nt buuacaa conducted (or Mooraarc Fees.
Ou Omee i Oroarrc U.S. aTiiT Orrtct
arid we caa aecure patent la leaa Ume Utau Uiuae f
bead model, drawing or photo., with dewrip-
Jtiou. We adriae, l patentable or not. tree oli
coarjre. Oar ee not due till patent le secured. J
A Paaimtirr, "How to Obtain Patent," with
J coat ol same in the L. S. and foreign countries 2
4 aenc flee. Address, t
The St Charles Hotel,
This old, popular and reliable house
has been entirely refurnished, and every
room has been re papered and repainted
and newly carpeted throughout. The
house contains 17U rooms and . supplied
with every modern convenience. Kate
reasonable. A good restaurant attacher
to the house. Frer bus to and from ah
C. W. KNOWI.ES. Prop.
We don't want any, only enough to vote
the ticket. It don't take any sense to be
a good democrat. What a joyful
thought! We don't have to think. We
don't have to worry. Our work is all
mapped out for us. AH that is expected
is to do what we are told to do. We
thank thee, oh Cleveland, that we are
democrats. We thank thee for the
panic. We thank thee for the hungry
and idle men and women in the land.
We thank thee for low prices. We
thank thee for the banks that have
busted and the thousands of business
failures since thou has come into power.
We thank thee for hard times. We
thank thee for the rags our children
wear. We thank thee for the clothes
our wives need and can'tget. We thank
thee for what thou hast done for the
banker and what thou hast not done for
the people. We thank thee for all these
things because it is our duty as a good
democrat to do so. It may be "against
the grain," but we will take our med
icine. We will work our wives to death, j
starve our children, sacrifice our homes,
crucify liberty and kill prosperity, will
never go back on our dear party, and on
thee, our most adored Cleveland. Thou
art of more account than all of us put to
gether. Thou knowest more than the
south and west. Callus fools; spit in
our faces; wie your feet on lis; we
will love thee all the more. Anil now,
our great political father, we leave us in
thy care. Io with us as thou wilt.
Kick silver Into the middle of the next
century; give more privileges to the
national banks; issue more bonds; pre
serve the Mckinley bill; establish state
banks; foster trusts ; bribe congressmen
with patronage; fish whenever thou
wilt, and hunt snipe whenever thou
carest to, and we will indorse everything
thou iloest, carry Cleveland rooler,
campaign torches and foreverinote sing
thy praise. Amen.
leositJ received, subject to Sight
Draft or Check.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
remitted on day of collection.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on
New York, San Francitro and Port
D. I". Thompson. Jko. r. m.hknck
F)o. M. Williams, A Lima.
H. M. Bkall.
W. H. YOUNG,
Oeneral Itlacksinithing and Work done
promptly, and all work
Horse Shoeing a Speciality
THiri Street opp. Hebe's oM Stand.
C. F. STEPHENS,
With every dozen Cabinet
Photographs, one ....
oj lvife-Sice Crayon,
Call at the Gallery and see
samples. My work speaks
TIIK DA1.I.LKS, OH.
Familiar Faces in a A'eiv Place
J. K. HAKNH'JT
C. K. HAYAKI),
Lalt Sptcial Aytitt iir.nernl l.nml Ojilir?.
(leneral M aaaftf
THE DALLES. - ORE
From TERMINAL or WTESIOR Pi
la tlie line fc stir
TO ALL I'OINTS M ill 1
It l th Pllilnx Car Kmile. It ran
pt. pauI and
NO CIIANliK Or tAHl
:nmiKm1 of Mnlnr. Cars """"'V!
ninn lirawlna Kiaim tilonwraof lawi8".
ID UW nrj
TOURIST SLEEPING Cffi
U-a. .Ka 1 Ml, .trilfll'd. SS4 !t "
aT.miTn,.latl'Mi mm btith '"""'t
Inr biililuranl First anil Bwniiil-ciali
IQyctx-cl eft? 33ctrxxott,
Jl?e leal Estate, Ipar), Iuraee,
lln.rm ln...,., .1.,... ...I..!. ... L.' . 1 1 . '. I ft ....
a i. . v.. j i,.i.jii,w liii-v Winn li rM-ii iir i rune. iioiimiu t.n iLioif r
Attract of Iitle furnished, will find it to their iilvniitjtgi? to eit.ll on us.
we aliall make a Hpei-nilt.y of the tirrweiiitioii of Clnn,, r,.i,.u
U'toro the Lnitep Ktutes Land Ollice.
85 Washington St.
THE DALLES, OR.
Fancg Ijood?, Jlotiong,
PAUL KREFT & CO.,
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS
And thn Most Complete and the latest l'atterns and Delgn in
WJJLmJLm DF F 1EL .
T"Praetical Painters and Paner HanvHrs. ,.n i,t i ..i
Ul ir:ii: ' , . - " V" - " i m
r,..nrwm-,T, , j. . Aiasury s l airits usetl in all jur work, and none but
the most skilled workmen employed. Agents for Masi.ry Ll.iuid Paints. Nc
chemical combination or soap mixture. A lirst class article in all colors. AI
orders promptly attended to.
w Paint 8hoo ooroer Third and WaahinRton 8u The Dalles Oras-oi
Second St., The Dalles.
AUGUST BUCHLER, PropV.
This well-known Urewery is now turning out the best lleer and Tortei
east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health
ful lleer have Wn introduced, and on y the first-class article will lie p aced o
a fiiiiMm, tin minivrtlnfl ei1'1!
animlltiK illrw:t and unUilerruil,,l,l
Piillmnn Hlmi!t wiraOntu
In ailvaiii-a tlir.mgh any airetitoi ten i
Knxlniiil ami Knr.ii inn be poit"
tivaet oltloe of Uie coinpanr
Full Inlormatlon conwrnlat 'S'iJI'l
tralna, mula and other dettiH n"" I
W. C. ALLAWAT 1
Agent P. P. A. NaT. ;o., Kai1m
lallea, Or., or
A. I. :HARI.T0N, .
A't. totnrl r'asawiie'r
Iscallud to the fact that i
Dealer In Gli... Unio, flM";'
and HulldLi,; Material of
Carrlr i tbe rina V ,
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