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.The' DallesDaily Chronicle.
Entered at the' Postoffiee at The Dalles, Oregon,
aa seeond-cliuui matter.
. Local AdTertllng.
10 4 'ntH jier line for first insertion, and 5 Centx
per line for each subsequent insertion.
Sjiecial rates for long time notices.
All local notices received biter than 3 o'clock
will appear tae following day. -
No. 2, Arrives 11 :40 A. K. Departs 11 :4S A. u.
8, " 12: 05 P. M. " 12: SO P.M.
Ko.Yl, Arrives 4 :40 A. 31. Departs 4 :50 A. M .
" 1, " 6:20 p. M. " 6:45 P. as.
Two lociu freights that carry passengers leave
one for the went at 7:45 a. m., and one for the
east at 8 a.m.
. . STAGES.
For Prineville, via. Bake Oven, leave daily
except Sunday) at 6 a. m.
For Antelope, Mitchell, Canyon City, leave
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6 A. M.;
For Dufur, Kinfrsley, Wamic, Wapinitla, W arm
Springs snd Tygh Valley, leave daily (except
Sundav) at 6 A. M. , .,
For Uoldendale. Wash., leave every day of the
week except Sunday at 8 a. m.
Offices for all lines at the Umatilla House.
Oeneral Delivrev Window .8 a. m. to 7 p. m.
Money Order " " 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Sunday u ' " , 9 a. m. to 10a. m.
GXOMNG OF MAILS
By trains going East 9 p.m. and 11:45 a. m.
" West 9 p.m. and 4:45 p.m.
"Stage for Goldendale 7:30 a. m.
. " "Prineville 5:30 a.m.
.. "Dufurand Warm Springs. ..5:30a. m.
" f Leaving for Lyle & Hartland. .5:30 a. m.
" " " " Antelope 6:30 a.m.
tTrl-weekly. Tuesday Thursday and Satnrday.
" Monday Wednesday and Friday.
Pacific i-9 Rela-ID.t'r ts State
Coast bar. 3 tive of . of
Time. r Hum Wind b Weather
8 A. M 29.98 44 92 West Clear
3P..M 29.92 63 2 " Cloudy
Maximum temperature, 65; minimum tem
perature, .IK. ,
The Dali.es, Sept. 19, 1891.
Wfather forecast till 12 m.
Sunday: Light rains. Slightly
SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 1891.
The Chronicle is the Only Paper in
The Dalles that Receives the Associated
Press Dispatches. :
Hon. F. P. Mays came up on the noon
J. H. Adams of Glendive, Wash., is
in the city.
'Mr. Jason C. Pratt of Wamic is in the
city, to remain till after the fair.
Louis Rorden now occupies part of Mr.
Freiman's boot and shoe store.
Messrs. A. S. McAlister and Hugh
Glenn went to Portland last evening.
Mr. R. C. " Fleck, of the Chronicle
staff, left last night on the passenger for
There are 50,000 professional beggars
in New York City and 45,000 of them
beg from choice rather than necessity.
John Pashek has moved again and
now occupies the store known as 76
Court street, next door to the Wasco Sun
The Christian Endeavor Society of the
Congregational church will meet at the
" residence of Mr. J. L. Story tomorrow at
5:30 o'clock. . .
Miss Anna Sylvester, of the Chbonici,e
force, left on the noon train for Arling
ton, on a two days' visit . to her aunt,
Mrs. D. A. Vance.
Sunday-School Teacher Johnny, who
was the Prodigal Son? Johnny O, that
was the fellow who went away a, dude
and came back a tramp. Cincinnati
Gazette. : .
BiKy Graham, of the Opera Resturant
will, tomorrow spread himself by serving
up u ii uuiukcu uuiiier. xjiubc who
want something line will not fail to feat
dinner at the Opera." ' 1
II. M. Pitman and wife of Dufur are
in the city. Mr. Pitman informs us
that the crops on Tygh Ridge are, in
many cases, turning out better than were
Services will be held by the M. E.
church in the Y, M. C. A. rooms. It
has been found that the Rev. Mr. Atr
kinson cannot be present, but every
thing possible wiU be done to procure a
The New York republicans have turn
ed on a Fassett, and the democrats of
the empire state have selected a Flower
.for their leader., Fassett and Flower
will have many a change rung on them
before election day. Atstorian.
Mrs. Dr. Mary Thompson of Portland,
representing, the Unitarian society of
that place, is in the city looking into the
situation regarding the needs of the vic
tims of the late fire. Mrs. Thompson
will return home Monday morning.
The Baptists and Congregations lists
will hold union services at the court
..house Sunday morning at 11 o'clock,
and in the evening at 7. Congregational
Sunday - Bchool immediately after i the
society at Mr. Story's.
An emigrant from Nebraska who just
.arrived at Eugene has been on the jour
ney, to the latter place since .May 24th.
Three of his horses died on the way and
owing to the high price of feed the trip
J-Kaf ltim if)n in r;i l Vn nmn hfl Iwn
raised in that part of Nebraska he came
from for five years and potatoes were
worth, when he left, three cents and ap
ples six 'cents a pound. Nebraska is a
fine -country to get away from.
.. Pickpockets are getting in their work
at the Salem' fair. Yesterday WJ W.
Baker, ;.the editor of the Rural Spirit,
was relieved of $120. ;v
Albertson, the Tacoma bank robber, is
said to be very ; repentant. Very likely.
Most thieves are when the penitentiary
yawns to receive them.
. The strangest thing we have heard of
lately is, that a class of Sunday School
students at New Castle, propose to move
Jacob's well from . Palestine to the
World's Fair at Chicago.
The county Farmers' Alliance will
meet in Excelsior hall at Hood River on
Tuesday, October 13th. Ample provis
ion will be made for the accommodation
of all delegates who may attend.
' The assessed value of all real and per
sonal' property in the state of Washing
ton for the current year is $140,000,000
in excess of last year. It is thought that
the state levy this year will not be more
than 2) mills.
Adam Stephens of Salem, a pioneer of
1849, died at his home yesterday after
noon, after a brief illness. He was aged
seventy-two and has been a prominent
citizen of Marion county since his com
ing to the coast.
Three miserably poor cows and a white
cayuse horse are incarcerated in the
pound. One of the cows, an old white
animal, branded on the back with a cir
cle, is evidently an old transgressor, as
her head and foot are tied together by a
stout log chain.
Dr. Meek of Pendleton is under arrest
charged with producing an abortion on
the person of a widow named Mrs. Alice
Weaver. It is alleged the operation was
performed at the solicitation of H. . W.
S pease, who has also been arrested, for
complicity in the crime. '. '.
The wise course, and the one thai will
in all likelihood be adopted, . is to admit
the public to the fair on seven days in
the week with certain' restrictions on
Sunday, as the closing of the machinery
department, .prohibition of traffic, etc.
In this way ' the .."American Sunday"
idea will suffer no outrage, and as no
one need attend who holds conscientious
scruples against doing so, the interests
of all will be protected. Indianapolis
Journal. 1 .''' ' '' .: : :; ""v "
The kernel of the"' matter lies in the
fact that if the fair should be kept open
on the first day of the week the nation
would make a long ' step' away from its
customs of the past.' It would be an
official - discrimination ' among the com
mandments which could not fail to dis
credit all f them. It is to he hoped
that the -commissioners-! will -i overlook
the trifling discomforts that may be
caused thereby and order'the fair to be
closed on Sunday. Albany Jonrnal.
On the 15th inst., at Albina, the infant
child of F. A. Bailey.
Woodmen, Take Notice.
There will be a meeting of Mt. Hood
comp No. 59, Woodmen of thet World, at
K. of P. Hall, on Tuesday evening, Sept.
52d. at 7 :30 p. m." Every member is ur
gently requested to attend this meeting,
as business of great importance to indi
vidual members as well as to- the -camp
must be transacted at this meeting. .
' By Order of the Board of Managers.
; The following is the list of letters re
maining in The Dalles postoffice uncalled
for Friday, Sept. 18, 1891. Persons call
ing for these letters will please give the
date on which they were advertised : .
Brown W C & Son ' Campbell James G
Graynor J C Klein Mrs Julia
Likfns Mies Emma Pratt J. M. !- -
Rov Miss Emma " Possens Messrs
White J. C. Wilson R. Bryce
Wilson Miss Una Wiltse Llewellyn
M. T. Nolan.
" s " ' F- M-
Mohr Makes Wasco a Visit.
Last Friday Paul F Mohr, a railroad
builder, visited Wasco and looked over
the Spanish Hollow route, from Biggs to
this place. , He also brought engineers
with him, who remained for a few days
and made a survev over the route. We
understand that they stated to parties at
Biggs that the route was 'better than
they expected it would be. But what
their report will be at. headquarters we
are unable to say. Mr. Mohr is a rail
road builder, and what his object is in
having this work done is known only to
himself. Wasco News. :
At four o'clock yesterday morning, at
Port Neuf station, six miles east of
Boise City, two passenger trains belong
ing to the Union Pacific' company colli
ded, killing five men and seriously injur
ing seven others. The killed and injured
are: .". f- ' ' . ..'-. : ' ' .'
. Killed L. Weidemeyer, .. mail clerk
from Huntington to Cheyenne and four
Indians from the Fort Hall reservation.
Injured Engineer ' Charles - Hoyt,
Chris Mackens, P. P. Gunderson, two
tramps, Mail Clerk Lyons and a squaw.
The accident is attributable to defective
An Unpardonable Error. ,
Editor (wildly) I am ruined teeto
tal ly ruined ! '
Foreman What's the matter now?
Editor What's the matter! Why, in
my notice of Colonel Jones' marriage, I
plainly wrote: "The ready and wait
ing bride advanced to the altar, hung
with lilies and roseleaves," and, con
found you here's the way it reads in the
paper I "The wretched and weary bride
danced to the halter, hung with liars and
horsethieves." Go off in the woods and
hang yourself. Ix don't want to waste
buckshot on you. " ' ' '
Maier i& Benton are prepared to do all
kinds of plumbing, tin-roofing, and tin
work: See them at the old Bettingen
Proposals endorsed "Proposals for ex
tending water main" will be received at
the office of the Board of Water Com
missioners of Dalles City until 2 p. m.,
Monday, Sept. 28, 1891, for -digging and
refilling 3000 lineal feet of trench in the
streets of . Dalles City ; for laying 3000
feet of cast iron pipe and appurtenances
and for hauling and distributing the
-: Profiles and specifications can be seen
at the office of the board. -
r The right is reserved to reject any and
all bids.- C. L. Phillips, '
: 17-lw . Secretary.
Stock Holders Meeting;.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the
Wasco Warehouse- company will bt held
at the office of French & Co., The Dalles,
Oregon, on Wednesday September 30th,
1891, at 3:30 p. m.f for the purpose of
electing directors for the ensuing year
and the transaction of such other busi
ness as may come before it.
The Dalles, Oregon, Aug. 29th, 1891.
9-5td. G. J. Fablky,
Secretary Wasco Warehouse Co.
All persons are hereby warned not to
purchase or negotiate for a certain
promissory note bearing date about June
5, 1890, given by Max Vogt & Co. to
Pat Donlan, for $1188, payable one year
after -the date of said note' with interest
thereon at 8 per cent, per annum,, as said
note is claimed by said Donlan to have
been lost or stolen.
. The Dalles, Or., Aug. 27, 1891. '
8-27-d&w-4w Max Vogt & Co.
An Old Adage.
There is an old adage : "What every
body says must be true." Henry Cook,
of New Knosrvillej Ohio, in a recent let
ter says: "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy-has
taken well here. Everybody
likes it on account of the immediate
relief it givesv" There is nothing like it
to loosen and relieve a severe cold. For
sale by Snipes & Kinersly, druggists, dw
...-..... SPECIAL NOTICE.
Notwithstanding the fire we still have
a half million (500 thousand) feet of
, BOUGH AND OBE88ED LUMBER
Suitable for buildings of alt kinds ; also
our planing mill is the only one now in
the vicinity and ready to turn out mill
work of every description.
d9-3v. Jos. T. Peters.
, ... They Speak From Experience.
"We know from experience in the use
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy that it
will prevent croup," says Messrs. Gad-berry-
&' Worley, Percy, Iowa. They
also add that the remedy has given great
satisfaction in this vicinity, and. that
they believe it to be the : best in ' the
market for throat and lung diseases.
For sale by Snipes & Kinerslv druggists.
' . V V . notice. i.'i'V .'
R. E. French has for sale a number of
improved . ranches and . unimproved
lands in the Grass Valley neighborhood
in Sherman county. ; r.-They .-wuh be ; sold
very cheap. . and r on: reasonable, terms.
Mr. French can locate settlers . on - some
good unsettled claims in the same neigh
borhood. His address ia Grass Valley,
Sherman county, Oregon;
The Chronicle will be pleased to pub
lish, free of charge, a list of all property
that persons may have lost during the
fire and cannot find or may have in pos
session and cannot find the owner. In
all cases where convenient, goods may
be left at this office. 1
City taxes for 1891 are now due.
Dalles City tax assessment is now in my
hand and will be held in my -office for
sixty days. Sixty davs from date, July
18, 1891, city taxes will be delinquent.
. ; , . O. Kinersly,
The Best Physic.
bt. JfatricK'8 pills are caretuay pre
pared rrom the Dest material ana accord
ing to the most approved formula, and
are the most perfect cathartic and liver
pill that - can be pioduced. We sell
them. ; Ssipes & Kinebsly,
" d-w Druggists.
For Sale At a Bargain.
The Mission Gardens, greenhouse,
stock and fixtures. I am prepared to
offer a rare bargain owing to a change in
residence. For terms enquire at the
premises or of A. N. Varney at the land
' -15tf. J. A. Vabnev.
For Sale Cheap.'
' A new 'double bouse,, hard ..finished,
containing 10 room. Or will exchange
for lots in burnt district with part cash.
Address X; Y; Z. care Chronicle office.
:. - - ' . 15-5t.
. Fooad. '
A breastpin made from a silver quar
ter with Christian, name engraved. In
quire at this office. - ,.14-tf.
: ... Found.
' 'A child's gold ring. The owner can
find it at this office by proving property
ana paying tor this advertisement. .
I T T 'i . - -.1.
- For Sale Cheap.
A gentle, handsome family horse and
a new covered buggy and harness for
sale cheap. Apply at this office. .- . lotf
; For Rent. ( '...
Two furnished rooms suitable for gen
tleman, conveniently and pleasantly lo
cated. Enquire at this office. . - -
Good stubble and meadow pasture io
be had on the A. B. . Moore place on
Three-mile, two and one-half miles from
J. H. Larsen will buy all scrap iron
of all kinds and pay the highest - market
price. See him at 'the Fast End. - -
9-9-tf. - -- ,- ,
' '' Wanted. "
A girl to do general housework. To a
good girl good wages will be paid. Ap
ply to Mrs. J. P. Mclnerny. 9-l2tf
. - .. Wanted.. .: ..
A girl to do general house work at a
road ranch seventeen miles from The
Dalles. Apply at this office. 8-17-tf.
, For Kent. "' "
One four-room house at $10 and three
large rooms for $5. Inquire of Joseph
ueeziey or at this omce. - v ' , .
Farley & Frank have a lot, of second
hand tents of all. sizes for sale cheap.' tf
CHRONICLE SHORT STOPS.
For coughs and colds use 2379. "
. 2379 is the cough syrup for children.
Leave orders for dressed Chickens at
W. A; Kirby's. : 9-18-lt -
Get me a cigar from that fine case at
Snipes & Kinersley's.
Fresh oysters in every style at the
Columbia candy factory. 18-tf
: A choice article of Hood River seed
rye for sale at the Wasco Warehouse.
8- 21 -lm
Mi1. N. B. Whyers has secured the
privilege of selling pools at the coming
Mrs. J. C. Meins has a large parlor
that would be suitable for two gentlemen
Pianos and furniture repolished. For
reference apply to Leslie Butler or Dr.
Tucker. 9-14-2w. Geo. H. LaDow.
F. Dehm is again on deck. He saved
his stock and tools and has opened busi
ness at the cigar factory on First street.
William Michell is again readv to fill
all orders in the undertaking business
and can be found at the store of George
Rnch or nt Mr. Rni'h'a rocMnnm
A. A. Brown has re-opened at 109 Un
ion street, north end of the first building
north of Court house yard, where he
will be pleased to see his old customers.
The fire may have effeeted some busi
ness, but it seems not with Mrs. Phillips
as she has as fine a line of new millinery
as ever and will have it open for inspec
tion on Saturday.
" Max Blank wishes to inform the peo
ple of The Dalles- that he has not
raised on brick, and is selling them for
the same price as before. And will try
and supply all demands with the best of
improved machine made brick, as soon
as time will allow.
15tf. Max Blank.
1 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.
The house, which is a large store build
ing with ten rooms attached alone cost
$1700.- A blacksmith shop and other
buildings and the whore 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 Chboniclb or to
the owner, W. L. Ward, Boyd, Wasco
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was nick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria.
I When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
Twenty Dollars Reward."
. Parties have been cutting the supply
pipes above the city between the flume
and the reservoir, thus doing much dam
age.. This must be stopped and a re
ward of $20 is hereby offered for evidence
that will lead to the conviction of per
Bons doing the same. By order of the
Board, of Directors. "' "
. : I ; '.-.I ' -
..... ... NOTICE.
All indebted to the firm of Fish &
Bardon will please call at the store of
Mays & Crowe and pay up all bills im
mediately to Fish & Bardon.
- . - - Fish & Babdox.
September 14, 1891. l-4tf
Still on Deek.
Ph.o3nix Like h.as Arien
From the Ashes!
The Restauranteur Has Opened the
Baldtiiin - HstaaFant
' '"K-i OS MAIN STREET
Where he will be glad to see any and all
of hie old patrons.
Open day ani Night. First class meals
na pc Pnrt anrl Jd Actnnai
wuiiwv, uiiiuiiu wk nuiuiiu
' HATIGATI0IT COMPAITY'S
' -- 1 . ...
. " TjreKunt Steamer .
Will leave the foot of Court Street
v ; every morning at 7 A. M.
for the -
andway points until further notice. For i
Freight or Passenger Rates apply to the
Purser on board or to , 1
' I . S. T.I BROOKS, Agent.
The Old Germania Saloon.
: ; .' JOHH DONflVOH, Proprietor.
The best quality of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars, Pabst Milwaukee Knicker-
bocker and Columbia Beer,
Half and Half and all kinds
of Temperance Drinks.
ALWAYS i ON HAND.
OF MILWAUKEE, " WISCONSIN.
Assets over $42,000,000.00.
Surplus over $6,500,000.00.
Pro. E. L. SAy, Lagonda Heights, Springfield, O., June 15, 1891.
amounted to : 17 ft n lin tk r.T2 .u' fr 10,000. My premiums during the period
cZpt&n 'he present ylarnTtS
. . rFIRST-ApaiduppoUcyfor.... ,.' Wfl00 ;
siiS95ri-A pw p policy for." .
THIRD-Surrender my poUcy, and receive in cash I:'.'.: . : t$4Mi
I was so little satisfied with the results of mv investment that T -k ,. .'- . ,
tion, but when i so decided, tins com
SayUrnflnS COmpeUcd ?&S 2&
5.aveKiy.en no 8ttement endorsing the Equitable, or expressing my satisfaction with thrir
h, ,Um-. n to other han3 1 have positively refused to do so The fa tSt my
turns were f 1,015.20 less than my total investment renders further comment nniecessarv y
During the time I carried the Equitable policy and up to the dav whei ttoSbmitted the
InKld1 ignorance of tfie condition of my invetLfent
t tJi? ,n 'r- coat? with this has been my experience with the Northwestern, in which in l
LaiyMn2OWme?JlPolicy'Ten-Yer Tontine, for 10,Wth company having frS?
time to time furnished me with memorandum of the surplus on my poUcy over the siraalnrTS
ther actuary; so that while my policy bas not yet matureS, and will not until next ?S I
o.CthtUS-na?lfsk,norlng Bt 8t mBtari?eVWtirryeyomuersf:0m ' " S
. ' . , ' ' . ' ' ROSS MITCHELL
We have thousands of comparisons with all the leading Life Insurance Com
panies of the United States. Full information furnished upon application to
T. A. HUDSON,
' Associate General Agent.
JOHN A. REINHARDT,
Special Agent, The Dalles, Oregon.
: i ! ' (Successors to ABRAM3 & 8TEWART.) -r
' Htiler And trcbtoors In
Hardware, - Tinware, - Graniteware, - wooilepare,
:''";."::'!: .. SILVERWARE, ETC. ' .
"Acorn," "Charter Oak" "Argand"
STOVES AND RANGES.
Pumps, Pipe, Plumbers' and l Steam -Fitters' Supplies,
Packing, Building Paper,
SASH, DOORS, SHINGLES.
' Also a: complete stock of Carpenters', Blacksmith's and
Farmers Tools and Fine Shelf Hardware, j ' ; .
The Celebrated R. J.
All Tinning, Plumbing,
will "be done
ffeuv .0. Columbia 4. Jiotel,
THE DALLES OREGON.
Best Dollar a Day House on the Coast!
First-Class" Meals, 25 Cents.
First Class Hotel in Every Respect.
. None but the Best of White Help Employed.
T. T. Hieholas, Prop.
H. C. NIELS6N,
Clothier and Tailor,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises,
Grouts' FuxmlslilxLS Goods,
CORNER OF SECOND AND WASHINGTON STS.. THE DALLES, OREGON
' wi t
-: DEALERS IN:
Hay Grain and Feed.
j Masonic Block, Corner Third and
L. Rorden & Co.
; -mith a pall Line of
Ctoekeiy and Glassuaaf e.
for the present
Life Insurance Co
Xj. :e. CROWE.
ROBERTS "Warranted" Cutlerv, Meriden Cutlwv and
"Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. "Grand" Oil Stovt '
and Anti-Rust . Tinware.
Pipe Work and Repairing
on Short Wotice.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
Court Streets, The Dalles, Oregon.
mill be foand at
and Shoe Stone;