The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948, August 04, 1891, Image 3

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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
Entered at the PostoIBoe at The Dalle. Oregon,
an veoond-claaa mutter. -
Ka 2, Arrivi 12:45 A. m. IiejuuTK 12:65 A. M.
- 8, " 12: 15 P.M. " 12:S5P. M.
Ko. 1, Arrive :W A. u. Uuparta 4:60 A. K.
7, " 5:15 P., M. ".
Two loca freights that carry vaBseiigers leave
one for tUe--wet at 7:45 A. "d one lor the
wit at g a. M.
8TACK9. , .
- For 'Priiievllte, via. Bake Ovon, leave dully
except Sunday) at'i a. u.
For Anti-lope, Mitchell. Canyon City, leave
MondayB, Wednesday nnd Friday, at A. u.
For Ihifur, Klnpsley, Wamio, W aplnitla, Warm
Bprlngw Had TyKU Valley, leave daily (except
Sunday) at t A. M. '
For (joMendale, Wash., leave every day of the
week except Sunday at 8 a. m.
Office for all lines at the Umatilla Hm.
OPP1CB H0U , ...
General Dellvrey Window, i R a. m. to p. m.
Money Order .8 a. ru. to 4 p. m.
Hnnday vf. I. . " ... a. m. tol0a.m,
Bv trains going Kast p. m. and 11:45 a. m.
' .. " West.-. 9 p. m. and -4:45 p. m.
'' Stan for Goldendale ............ .7:30 . m.
" "Prineville. . . . 5:3a.m.
4 . "Dufutand WarmBprinfrg. ,.G:30 a. m.
" ileaTlng for Lylo Hartlaud. .5:30 a. m.
" " ) Antelope 6:30 a. m.
Except Sunday. . --
iTri-weekly. Tuesday Thursday and Saturday.
" . Monday Wednesday and Friday.
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bab. g tive of E. of
r Hum Wind a Weather.
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80.03 63 74 8. Clear
30.01 66 68 8. W. Cloudy
S A. M.
P. M.
perature, 57.
temperature, 72: minimum tern-
, Tub, Aug. 4, 1891.
WentliAT forecast till IX '
Wednesday: fair, followed by
light rains; slightly cooler.
The Chronicle is the Only Paper in
The Dalles that Receives the Associated
Press Dispatches.
Mine Mattid Johnston returned from a
week's outine at Collins landing this
Misses Lena and Bertha Wenta left
on the last evening train for Portland to
remain for a season.
East End business is very quiet today
The warehouses are nearly empty, there
beins onlv about 900 bales of wool in
Mrs. 8. W. Heppner and family re
turned from the seaside, the other day,
where they were during the hot spell
last week.
Messrs Ed Wingate and Bert Phelps
left for Ilwaco this morning where they
will remain and rusticate for the next
few weeks. -
Miss Lora Johnston went to Portland
Sunday morninc to remain ' for an
indefinite length of time, visiting rela
tives and friends.
Mr. Fred Drews is having a stone ad
dition put on to his fine brick mansion.
When completed it will be an improve
ment to the premises in appearance.
' Mr. Thomas McCoy, the barber, went
out to the country yesterday to look af
ter bis horse and cattle interest, which
baa been in charge of his brother-in-law,
Mr. Abe Mowery.
A handsome brick addition has been
made to the residence of Mr. H. Her
bring on Fourth street. The brick work
was under the charge of Mr. Max Blank
and the wood work is under that of Mr.
Heroux. ,
Mr. Thos. Joles and the Misses Cora
and Amber Joles, Messrs George Ander
son and Will Van bibber left this morn
ing for the Joles' camping ground on the
west branch of Hood River where they
will join the Watkins party.
Sunday evening last Mr. Mahoney the
the hostler at the company's shops came
very near losing his life while bathing at
' the mouth of Mill Creek near where the
Regulator is anchored. He was about
to sink for the proverbial third time
when Mr. Rodney, another employe,
caught him by the outstretched band
and saved his life.
A kind hearted landlord advertised
for boarders in a paper in the northern
part of the state in tne toiiowmg man
ner : "A few boarders wanted by a pri
. vate family. Can dress as yon please,"
and the Red Bluff Sentinel says : If the
present not spell continues much we
propose to engage quarters with that
gooti, kind man style or no style.
The editor of the Chronicle went
down to the Cascade Locks in company
with several gentlemen this morning
where they will meet Senator Mitchell,
who is on an inspecting tour of the state
looking into its interests, wants and re
quirements. It is devotedly hoped that
the visit to that point, where all of East'
crn Cregon is more interested than any
where else will De the result of a new
regime which will give us an open river
.within the next generation.
Mr. N. C. Wilson, who has been in
the French & Co. bank for the past two
wears, took his departure yesterday
' morning for California where he will go
into the Belmont Preparatory school
. .prior to entering Harvard college, where
he will fit himself for the study of medi
cal science. The place he occupied in
the bank is supplied by the presence of
Mr. Jesse Hoatetter of Concrdia, Kan
sas, who arrived a few days aro with his ("
charming young wife. They have taken
rooms in the Vogt Block. V '
The past few days the wind has been
furious and the dust intolerable.
A private letter from Uncle J. P.
Combs, who went over the mountains
recently, states that the wild blackberry
crop this year is practically a failare.
Prineville News.
The police court is quiet today. There
has not been an arrest, not even a hobo
run in although-one. was seen leaning
against a telegraph pole waiting for an
opportunity to jump a breakbeam.
The Chbonicle has the pleasure of
acknowledging the receipt of special
favors fi-om Mr. Thomas Butler, of
Goldendale Mr. Butler is one of the
wide awake citizens of Klickitat valley.
The Columbia river at this city regis
ters fifteen feet above zero, and is falling
alwut five inches in twenty-four hours.
The highest point reached this season
was twenty-six and six-tenths, on the
30th of May last-i , . , '
The ''banker's organ" on- Court street
has a deal to say about the, lack of enter
prise of business men of tnis city, tie
had better pav : up his , stock m The
Dalles, Portland & Astoria Navigation
company's - steamers,- Regulator;, .and
Dalles City before he talks of "no enter
prise in our citizens." - -
The steamer Regulator has been
changed into position so as to receive the
shaft, which will lie put in place this
afternoon. The boiler has been set, and
her machinery is being got into its bed
as fast as the machinists can do it. The
other work is nearine' completion ' and
the painting will be begun in a few days.
There are several . places in this city
where the trees are not trimmed the re-
auired height above the sidewalk - mak
ing it very troublesome to pedestrians.
and especially ladies. We believe there
is a city ordinance providing that the
trees be trimmed to a certain height
and it should be done.
We noticed a lot of mill machinery at
the Wasco warehouse which we under
stand is for Messrs Stewart and company
at Prineville. Messrs Williams and Groat
of Portland are furnishing it. Messers
Stewart & Co., are having their old mill
changed into a first class roller, and when
done Prineville will stop importation of
flour as they will be able to supply
themselves with the best made.
Last evening, as a Chbonicle reporter
was passing down Second street, he saw
something that w ould make the average
policeman hard to find, and which very
much resembled. a lively free-for-all
Irish wake. A nnmler of young men,
variously armed with clubs, brooms and
coats, were engaged in a lively war.
The fun lasted some time, and it was
discovered, after carefully .examining
the ground, that by an accidental dis
charge of a club, they had succeded in
killing one small bat. The rest of the
participants escaped without injury.'
Col. Beebe, of the first regiment, O.
N. G., lias issued an order compliment
ing the militiamen under his command
for the good work done while they were
in camp. Uur boys in the third regi
ment have been looking in vain for
something of the kind, for they certainly
demonstrated heroic courage aud unlim
ited endurance in their war with heat
and dust at The Dalles. But up to date
about all we have noted is, that the
boys didn't do quite enough to please
the selfish instincts of the residents at
the sandy city. The third regiment will
never bother The Dalles again with its
encampment. There aro other places
where more white people live. Captain
McCully of Co. I., Joseph, Or.
A little item is going the rounds of the
papers that rightly interpreted is full of
meaning. It is this : "The first ship
ment of Walla Walla wheat has reached
fortiana. At cost sixty-three cents in
Walla Walla, and is worth a dollar in
Portland." What an argument for an
open river. Wheat bought in a section
tributary to the Columbia enhanced in
value 60 per cent. by. carriage a few
miles! Under right conditions that
wheat would produce the Walla Walla
grower nearer the -dollar a bushel, and
be worth as much afloat at Astoria as
afloat at San Francisco. Astorian
Two questions arise in connection
with the salmon run .in the Columbia
river this season : the first is, where did
all the big salmon come from this year
why were the salmon of 1891 so much
bigger than the. salmon. of previous
years? ' The other is, what are the by
brid salmon, the spotted fish caught so
numerously in the traps this year? Two
jars of those spotted fish have been sent
back east, one to Professor Jordan, of the
u nitea estates lish commission ; the
other to the Smithsonian Inititute.
Washington, D. C, with a request that
meir icnmyoiogicai contents be properly
ciaBBiutHi oj mose nsn snarps. Astorian,
.... Uncle Jerry'a Happy Lot.
Uncle Jerry Rusk is the envied mem.
ber of President Harrison's Cabinet
Everybody has an admiration for bis
great good nature and an amiable con
, i - t t - r .
Biaerauon ior ms iaas. tie Has more
fun than anybody whenhe goes out bal
looning, and bis estimable wife and
charming daughter, returned to fruit
canning, preserve-making and butter-
churning for the summer, cause him
none of the uneasiness incident to surf
bathing and yachting. Kansas City
' Persons leaving the city for a summer
outing can have the Chbonicle sent to
them without extra charge. -.
- View' 1 TMgbtTy. - -' r-r -"
It should be understood by the general
publicj which j of course, the Oregonian
failed to state, that' the full page puff,
nnd double leaded editorial leader on the
same, concerning the proposition . made
by the Columbia Railway and Naviga
tion Co. to the citizens of Portland to
was a paid for advertisement and shuuld
be looked upon as the same and viewed
with the same suspicion as any otner
money - making job attempted to be
foisted upon the public. It is in nature
a good deal like Villard's blind pool, of
unsavory repute, by which so many
millions ot I'ortland money was squan
dered. In no part of the proposition,
nor in the double leaded editorial, (also
paid for) does this mythical company
state what the capital 'stock of their
company is or is proposed to be. All the
citizens of Portland are asked to do is to
dump in their 1600,000, and, "gentlemen.
we will do the grand
packeting act."
See? Portland World.
A sugar exchange has opened at Pra
gue, Bohemia, and the dealings are large.
It is officially stated that Rorte will
not permit the Jews to immigrate into
Jurnsalem. " . .. .
The friend who-cries - with you finds
out a great many things yon will regret
when your eyes aredried.', . -.,
One trouble about unpleasant people
is that it generally seems impossible for
them to get. out of the wayi;.. -. -
How much more detestable a fault ap
pears when we can trace it to Borne one
whoee possition in life we envy.
Ah Austrian professor says many la
dies who keep lapdog suffer from ' an
affection of the - liver; . occasioned by a
small parasite' which is peculiar to the
dog's liver. ''-;.: '.- ;
Governor - Campbell, of Ohio, in his
speech of acceptance, spoke of "the
splendid democratic surplus." When
the democrats were in power they spoke
of this as "the outrageous republican
surplus." Milwaukee Sentinel.
The treasurer of the United States is
responsible for the custody of 4500 tons
of coin. ' It is estimated that if burglars
broke into the vaults it would require
90,000 men of average strength to carry
the money a distance of fifty feet.
A good manv wheat fields in the
Ochoco and McKay valleys have been
practically ruined by rust. The ground
being wet and the grain yerv rank, the
crop was in no condition to withstand
the eltects of a broiling sun, and many
farmers whose prospects were so brilliant
only a few days ago are quite naturally
sore over the unavoidable misfortune
that has lefallen their wheat crops.
Prineville News.
The editor of the Klamath Star has
got a new safe and here is what he has
to say about it :
Our safe has arrived. Now, dear de
linquents, be moderate and careful about
firing the coin in, and above all don't
step on one another's coat tails. At pre
sent we are using the cool iron chest as a
receptacle for our landlady's butter, but
will throw it open when the coin begins
to ny in. We think the butter will then
be strong' enough to take care of itself.
The Buffalo Express intimated that
Henry Watterson, of the Courier-Journal,
was a ''thick and thin Cleveland man,"
and to this the "Star Eyed Goddess"
gave this reply : "He was never a thick
and thin anybody's man. He opposed
the nomination of Mr. Cleveland in 1884.
Of course he supported his nomination
in 1888, in common with all good demo
crats. He is for his nomination in 1892,
if New York consents. Buf, if the atti
tude of the New York democracy indi
cates that Mr. Cleveland will be knifed
out of the vote of the state again, as he
was before, it would be suicidal to nom
inate him, and, when the party leaves
Cleveland, it leaves New York. Is this
sufficiently explicit?"
Charley Miller, the veteran miner, is
in the city from his Greenhorn proDerty.
He reports mining matters quiet in that
camp, also that the Bennett claim is
looking exceedingly well, there being
about three feet of high grade ore. Mr.
Miller will endeavor to start up his .mill
at the monumental mine for custom
work. This is a move in the right direc
tion, and if he succeeds in starting the
mill the greenhorn miners can pack out
a Bufhcient amount of ore, the net pro
ceeds of which will enable them to
further develop their prospects, build
roads and otherwise lieln themselves.
Mr. Miller has thoroughly canvassed the
wnoie region tributary to bis mill and
feels confident that the mill, if started
can be kept running night and day on
custom ore. Condon Globe.
bum sKin joe the King el the cow
boys has arrived in this city and will be
out on the streets with bis three horse
tandem-educated team next Wednesday.
He represents Coburn, Tevis & Co., of
San Francisco, ' Enoch Morgan Son's
Sapolio and the celebrated C & S Axle
grease and various other lines of goods
which have taken the lead, everywhere
he lias been. He will give all his old
time friends a call. Joe is well known
in these parts. Be on the look oat for
him. - '
There is a big man for goods at the
Solomon store. The sale of the bank
rupt stock draws the people and -they
get there. ' " '
Teachers will, bear in mind that the
time for holding the quarterly examina
tions has been changed from the last
Wednesday to the second Wednesday in
each quarter. The examination, there
fore, for this quarter will begin August
. . ..' Superintendent.
Money to Loan.
$100 to $500 to loan on short time. -Bayard
& Co.
SIO.OO Reward.
Lost, a diamond scarf pin j-the above
reward will be paid
E. Haight.
by returning to C
Blackberries, three boxes for twentv
five cents at Joles Brothere.
For headache use 8. B. headache cure;
For coughs and colds use 2379. '
For physic always use S. B. headache
Use Durar flour'. It is the best.
2379 in tho cough syrup for children.
For O. N. G. diaarhoea S. B. pain
cure is the best thing known.
Get me a cigar from that fine case at
Snipes & Kinersley's.
For ico cream cramp use S. B- pain
cure. . , .
For 4th of July colic use S-. B. pain
Chas. Stubbling has received a car
load of the, Jamous Bohemia n beer which
he has now at retail at ten cents a 'glass
or twenty-five cents a quart. This beer
is guaranteed to be an eight mpnth's
brew and is superior to anv ever broueht
to The Dalles.
Bids will be received at the office of
Hugh tilenn up till the first of August,
ior tne naming oi lou barrels, more or
less, of cement, from tho cars to the new
reservoir on the Mespne place.
Ask your grocer for Dufur flour.
For 4i,h of July colic use S. B. pain
cure. .- . ...... ; -
The celebrated Walter H. Tenny Boston-made
mens' . and boys' fine boots
and shoes in all styles, carried by The
Dalles Mercantile company at Brooks
& Beers old stand. ' . '
For 4th of July colic use S. B. pain
" Long Ward offers for sale one' of the
best-farms of its size in Sherman county.
It consists , of 240 acres of deeded land at
Erskinville. There is a never-failing
spring of living water capable of water
ing five hundred head of .stock daily.
Tne house, which is a large store build
ing with ten rooms attached alone cost
$1700. A blacksmith shop and other
buildings and. the whole surrounded by a
good wire fence. Will be sold cheap and
on easy terms. Apply by letter or other
wise to the editor of the CnBosricLE or to
the owner, W. L. .Ward, Boyd, Wasco
county, Oregon. ,.. .- JV .,
Preparing For Hot Weather..
The following telegram from White
wright, Texas, indicates that the people
in that vicintty do not intend to be
caught unprepared: -
Whitewkight, Texas, June 2, 1891."
Chamberlain & Co., Lies Moines, Iowa?
Ship us at once one . gross Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, 25 tent size, and two dozen 60
cent size. We are entirely out and have
had nearly forty calls for it this week.
O. Y. Ratiibpn & Co.
This is just such a medicine as every
family should be provided with during
the hot weather. It never fails and is
pleasant to take. For sale by Snipes &
Kinersly, . :
From San Antonio.
Ane. Hornunir. a well known manu
facturer of boots and shoes at 820 Nolan
St., San Antonio, Texas, will not soon
forget his experience with an attack of
the cramps which he relates as follows :
J. was taken with a violent cramp in the
stomach, which I believe would have
caused my death', had it not been for the
prompt use of Chamberlain s Uolic,
Cholera and Diarrhoee Remedy. The
first dose did me so much good that I
followed it up in twenty minutes with
the second dose, and before the doctor
con Id where I was, I did not need
him. This remedy shall always ne one
of the main stavs of my-family." For
sale by Snipes & Kinersly, druggists.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was nick, we gave her Castoria.
When she waa a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When shebad Children, she gave them Caatorla
To the Public.
Caddo Mills, Texas, June 5, 1891.
From my own personal knowledge, I
can recommend Chamberlain's (Jolic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Kcmedy. for
cramps in the stomach, also for diarr
hoea and flux. It is the best medicine I
have ever seen used and the best selling
as it always gives satisfaction. A. K
Shebeill, 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale
by Snipes & Kinersly, Jrnggists.
Ri E. French has for sale a number of
improved ranches and , unimproved
lands in the Grass Valley neighborhood
in Sherman county. They will be sold
very cheap and on reasonable terms.
Mr. French can locate settlers on some
good unsettled claims in the same neigh
borhood.' His address is Grass Valley,
bherman county, Oregon.
- Twenty Dollars Seward.
Parties have been cutting the supply
pipes above the city between the flume
and the reservoir, thus doing much dam
age, lhis must be stopped ana a re-'
ward of $20 is hereby offered for evidence
that will lead to the conviction of per
sons doing the same. By order of the
Board of Directors.
I will give 50 cents for each cow im
pounded between the hours of 8 o'clock
p. m. and 7:30 o'clock a. ru., found at
large about mv premises. Put them in
boys, -bring marshal's certificate and get
your money. Xj. a. uufuh.
Notice. .
Citv taxes for - 1891 , are now due
Dalles Citv tax assessment is now in mv
hand and will be 'held in my office for
sixty days. Sixty davs from date, July
18, 1891, city taxes win oe aeiinquent.
O. Kinersly,
: - City Treasurer.
Notice. --.-'
All city warrants registered prior to
October 3rd, 1889, will be paidlf pres
ented at my office.
' Interest ceases from and after this date.
The Dalles, Or., July 10th 1891.
. . O. Kinersly, -'
; . . City Treasurer.
iv low fork In each ear but no brand, is in my
pasture on Mill creek. The owner can have her
by paying for pasturage and advertising.
u ' - W. &IRGFE1.D,
75 pair of Misses Shoes worth $2.25 for M
100 Corsets worth $1.25 for 50 cents.
The Northwestern Life Insurance Go.
Assets over $42,000,000.00.
t ; Surplus over $6,500,000.00.
Dayton, Ohio.
J.JAJ?I";KeI,WnR to yur request for a statement of the facts concernlnir my r Tnii
iSe.q1iab e i 0 A"t"irance Society of New York in their late ettlement with me. fwtl.
DM... in vnxi3 utui, ui lonL, my Hire DeinK
Ule louluiole urxm their Ten-Yair TnnHnA iltn
thai. Tan .f- .: . ,Y
amgunted to 37,512.00. Tho Tontine periid expired early in January of the present year, a
Company then offered me the following terms of nettlement; .. . .
FIRST A paid np
SECOND A naid un nolicv for.
THIRD Surrender my policy, and
I was so little satisfied with the results of my Investment that I chose the third, cash,
Hon, out when I so decided, the company, through several of its representatives, labored tc
" , v w,v .uiijiB ii BLnc-nieiii., on b nnuinir Mint i was determined to surrender th
pohcy and take the cash, they finally instructed me from the home office to sand policy and reeetat
for the amount, $36,496.80, to their State manager in Cleveland, and he would remit me the arson
I followed their instructions and sent the policy and receipt through my bonk in Sprinirfleld to oos
correspondent in Cleveland, only to have it returned from the Cleveland. Bank with thelnfoi-matton
that the State manager of the Equitable states that he "had not sufficient funds to meet It" Thisr
forced me to return it to the New York office, aud compelled me to wait some twenty days altar
maturity before receiving final settlement. : . -
I have given no statement endorsing the Equitable, or expressing my satisfaction with thsap
settlement with me. On the other band I have positively refused to do- so. The fact that my re
turns were $1,015.20 less than my total Investment renders further comment unnecessary.
During the time I carried the Equitable policv and up to the day when they submitted tfc
nbve proposition to me, I was kept in total Ignorance of the condition of my investment.
In marked contrast with this has been mv evTHeiir-e with t.ho K'nHhwMtArn in whi.h in inn
I took a Ten-Year Endowment Policy, Ten-Year
time to time furnished me with a memorandum
meir actuary; so tnat while my policy has not yet
rV: SO that While mv OOliCV haa not VPt
the satisfaction of knowing that at maturity it will
of the policy calls for. Very
. 1 1 .. . - .
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First-Class Meals, 25 Cents.
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with all the leading Life Insurance Com
Associate General Agent.
Special Agent, The Dalles, Oregoat.
Pipe Work and Repairing
on Short Notice.