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The Dalles Sadly Chrpniele.
Entered at the Postofflce at The Dalles, Oregon,
as second-class matter.
10 Cents per line for first insertion, and 5 Cents
per line for each subsequent insertion.
Special rates for long time notices.
All local notices received later than 3 o'clock
will appear t.le following day.
K AST BOUND.
No. 2, Arrives 11 :40 A. X.
" 8, " 12:06 P.M.
Departs 11:45 A. M.
" 12:30 P.M.
No. 1, Arrives : A. M. Departs 4:50 A. M.
" 7, . 6:20 P. M. -. v " - 6:4 P- x
Two loca freights that carry passengers leave
one for the west at 7:45 a. m., and one for the
esetaHi.K.' ,-. .- . : .
' i -: STACKS.
For PrineviHo, via. Bake Oven, leave daily
xcept Sunday) at a, m . '
For Antelope, Mifchell, Canyon City, leave
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6 A. M.
For Duf ur. Kingsley, Wamic, Wapinitia, Warm
Springs fnd Tygh Valley, leave daily (except
Sunday) at 6 a. M.. ., . ,
For Goldendale, Wash., leave every day of the
reek except Hunday at 8 A. u. :
Offices for all lines at the Umatilla House.
lieneial Delivrey Window. ', : . 1 . .8 a. m. to 7 p. m.
Money Onler " 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Sundays p " .9 a. m. to 10 a. m.
CijOBlSTQ OP MAILS
By trains going East tp.m. and 11:45 a. m.
" ... " West V p. m. and -4:45 p.m.
Stage for Goldendale 7:30 a.m.
" "Prineville.. 5:30a.m.
" "Dufurand Warm Springs. . .5:30 a. m.
" t Leaving for Lyle t Hartland. .5:30 a. m.
" J Antelope 5:30 a.m.
Tri-weekly. Tuesday Thursday and Saturday.
, ' Monday Wednesday and Friday.
Pacific H Rela- D.t'r W State
Coast bab. tive of & of
Time.- Hum Wind c Weather.
8A.M..... 30.57 30 79 Calm PtCloudy
8 P. M 30.52 32 75 East Foggy
Maximum temperature, 33 : minimum .tem
'YF EAT II 1211 nt01IAIlII.ITIES.
1 The Dali-es, Dec. 11, 1891.
FAIR Weatlier forecast till IS m.
I Saturdag: Fair, warmer.
SATURDAY, DEC. 12, 1891.
The. Chronicle is the Only Paper in
The Dalles that Receives the Associated
Ben Snipes is in the city.
The Earl of Taffe has been in town for
the last two (lave.
John C. Leasure was elected mayor of
Pendleton on the 7th inst.
S. G. Murchie, a prominent farmer of
Sherman county, is in the city.
A. S. Macallister is expected to Day a
pay a flying visit to this city tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs.. C- Chandler of Hood
River, came tin on the noon rjassencer
to-day. ' . '
". Two hobos and one drunk were ar
rested last night. The drunk was fined
$10 this morning and the hobos fo each.
" Will Graham, (lie restaurant man, is
recovering from a severe attack of
quinsy. He was able to . be on the
J. A. French formerly of Grass Valley,
now of Miles, Lincoln county, Washing
ton ia'in the city attending to business
in the land office.
Frank Zeigler, the man found 'dead,
yesterday morning' back' of the cigar
factory.1 w as " bnried ' at two o'clock
this afternoon ' from the undertaker's
ware rooms. . r
Methodist services at the brick 6chool
house at 11 a. in. tomorrow (Sunday.)
Rev. A. C. Spencer 'wjll preach on the
subject of "The Joy of Salvation'
Strangers made welcome. Union ser
vices at the court house at 7 p. m. . '
A "tin horn" who was released from
the city jail two days ago on condition
that he would leave town was' found in
He was taken to the cooler and given
fire days, this morning.
Astoria had a hardly contested election
on tbe 9th which resulted in a Waterloo
for the -republican ' ticket. The entire
fusion or citizens ticket was elected by
the biggest majority , ever given in aq
Astoria election. The democrats had no
ticket. . - ,:'
Congregational church services will
. bo held Sunday morning at 11 o'clock,
in the court house, . Sunday school, at
12 -.15. ' Young people's ' society 5 61
Christian Endeavor will meet at 5 :30.
Union services at 7 p. m. " Preaching
by Rev. W. C. Curtis, J pastor of the
Congregational church. ,
Under date of December 10,; A.? M-.
Kelsay of "Antelope writes' us: ''"We
have flad unusually heavy rains in this
section during the la.st few days. With
stock in good condition, excellent grass
on the range and abundance of hay in
; the country the prospects ' are very en
'couraging to stockmen."
Dennis Bunnell,' liko a good citizen
that he is. ordered a boiler the other
day to le shipped by D. P. aid A. X.
Co.,'s fast freight. It came by rail and
now -Mr. Bunnell would like to know
why the merchant's of Portland are iu
collusion with the Union . Pacific and
won't ehip goods as rlirected. The
boiler was addressed all right but it
came wrong and Mr.1 Bunnell proposes
to know who is to blame. ... ". ;
Charles Stubling complains that a
shipment of wines that he ordered re-
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IU IVUIC IllIll ( VI . II hllC A't
V. & A. X. Co.'s" bouts cntue from T'ort-
land.by rail, contrary 'to his ;.orders .and
shipping directions.1. "iThere ia "one rway
to prevent an occurrence of this stealing
game, and that is ; Let all similar ship
ments be addressed to A. S. Macallister
or to Hoi man and Co. and. then advise
these parties as to their further disposal.
The average Portland drayman seems to
be owned by the' "Union Pacific, and
some of the- merchants top,- for that
matter;" '' v' 'r'- ? Mi v
G. D. Boardman, a well known farmer
of Sherman county had the' misfortune
to lose a check the other day in a man
per that completely puzzles : himself Jo
swuuiit iur. jie xiuu buiu buuib wucaii
to McDonald & Ginn of Biggs, and on
his way to The Dalles yesterday, ac
companied by his Wife, he received a
check on French & -Co.'s bank for the
a.mout $2.25. ' Mr '.' Boardman put the
check in his pocket, came to The
Dalles on the cars and he and Mrs.
Boardman did some trading around'
town, bat when he put his hand in his
pocket to get the check it was gone and
he has not been able to get a race of it
since!" Payment has been stopped at the
bank and a reward offered for its re
covery as may be seen in another column
of this issue. -
In the case' of Frank "Zeigler, who was
found dead in this city' yesterday morn
ing, the jury brought in the following
We, the jury sworn and impaneled to
investigate the cause of the death of the
death of the man now before us, find
from the exidence given on the inquest
that his name is Frank Zeigler, and his
age 37 years and that the cause of his
death was the excessive use of intoxica
ting 'liquors and exposure in lying on
the ground at The Dalles on the night of
December 10, 1891.
A. A. Ubquhakt,
A. J. Davis,
A. L. Webster,
R. GV,Ci,ostek. .
Oh ! that the people of thisr country
would rise as one man in their might
and dignity and swear by the eternals
that our roads must be improved." .'- This
thing of having to spend half a day in
going five or six miles is enough to 'dis
courage : people altogether and cause
them to go into a comatose state and re
main in such -condition-during the en
tire winter months-. -Polk Co.- Observer.
Upon one public question the presi
dent's message was silent. ' And yet we
venture to say that no question bas oc
cupied greater space in the columns of
the press", not even excepting silver and
the tariff. Mr.-Harrison has failed to
give us his views on the relative merits
of rival baking powders. Review. . i .':
"It is almost the unanimous verdict of
medical and scientific "men," remarks a
prominent physician,- "that in' nearly
every ease ' typhoid : fever originates In'
using water that has been contaminated
by sewers and cesspools." --
A check, on French & Co.'s bank, in
favor of G.D. Boardman, for $225."- Pay
ment has been stopped. A suitable re
ward will be paid for its return to the
bank or to this office. 12-12-d5t-wl.
For Sale Cheap.
A gentle, handsome family horse and
a new covered buggy and harness for
sale cheap. Apply at this office. . ' 15tf
v. bin); a aoftg o' sixpence,
A pocket full of rye: ' " J , '
John Booth's bulk mince meat,
Makes delicious pies: .
Buy yourself a package .
Of Just convenient size,
.. Boke it twenty minutes
And muke a splendid pie.
If you want to send .an accptable
Christmas gift to friends in the old
country buy an Anchor Line draft for
any ainount payable on demand in all
cities and towns of Europe, Great Britain
and Ireland.. For sale at lowest rates at
the office of Thornbury & Hudson.
12-2-6w . -4 , - ... .
i The agent of Dr. Sills factory in Port
land is at 64 sd. street with a full stock
of electric belts, etc.. call and- get elec
tricity free of charge. He is here for a
few days only. ; . - 12-9-2t
The National market is now open and
will furnish yon ineat at living rates.
Remember .that -restaurants, hotels and
steamboats are given wholesale rates.
12-8-dl,w3fr.v j... . v
CFIROXICLK SHOItT STOPS. .
For coughs sind colds use 2379.
, 2379 is the cough syrup for children.
Stacy Shown having left my employ I
Will not be responsible for any debts he
may contract nor anv business he may
tnuisnct. ,. AV. E. Gakbetsox. "
Wm. Michell has added a full line of
picture frame mouldings of- -1J descrip
tions iitnd '.is finow prepared to make
rAotnrik Frnmwi rtf all a I -,tc . nnA tt- 1 i tii.Q
at liis undertaking rooms, corner Third
" i i cMiiigi.vii streets, xne italics.
11-21-1 in '
. Mrs. Lochhead will take a limited
number of pupils for painting and for
vocal music after the 10th of December.
For further particulars inquire at the
residence of W. S. Myers Esq., Third,
street. i'- . ' . 12-7-4t
Any person ' desiring their horses or
cattle wintered nntil the 1st of March
can do so - by inquiring nt Chrisman
Bros.' meat market or J. L. Kelly, for
the reasonable rates of ten dollars. "
' 12-7-17 - '
MAIN TAPPING UNDER PRESSURE.
We have purchased a first-class tap
ping machine and are now prepared to
do main tapping under pressure, thereby
eaving the expense and annoyance to
our customers of shuttings off "water to
tap the main - Mays & Crowk.
; " iron 8AI.E,
Four lots with a good house on them,
all on the bluff above the brewery which
will be sold cheap or trade for cattle.
Address ' " J. L. Kelly,
9-11-tf The Dalles.
All persons who have not paid their
echool tax for 1891, will have costs added
after January 1,1892.
J. M. Huntington.
' School Clerk.
December 9, 1891. 12:9-1-1
' For the Children.
Our read ess will "notice the advertise
ments in these columns for Chamberlain
& Co., Des ' Moines, Iowa. From per
sonal experience we can say that ChamT
berlain's Cough Remedy has broken up
bad colds for our children and we are
acquainted with many mothers in Cen
terville who wou'd not be without it in
the house for a good many times its cost
and are recommending it every day.'
Centerville, S. D., Chronicle and Index.
25 cent, 50 cent and $1 bottles, for sale
by Snipes & Kinersly, druggists, daw
. -. , .. v, Wanted.
An experienced salesman from the'
east desires a - position. Best of refer
ences. Address Box 156, The Dalles.
: A. nicely furnished, furnace heated
room, in central location, suitable for a
lady or gentlemHn. Board if desired.
Inquire at this office. '. ' :
The Old and the New.
"Of course it harts but you must grin
and bear it," is the old time' cons'olation
given to persons troubled with rheuma
tism.. "If you will take, the trodble to
dampen a piece of flannel with Cham
berlain's Pain Balm and bine it on over
the seat of pain your rheumatism, .will
disappear," is the modern and much
more satisfactory advice. 50 cent bot
tles for sale by Snipes & Kinersly, drug
gists. " daw -
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. Vahnev.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became" Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
. .- NOTICE.
To the merchants of The Dalles. In
ordering freight ; shipped be sure .and
have it marked ..eve of Holman & Co.,
Portland, Or-, who will . transfer . all
freight to. the 'Dalles, Portland & Astoria
Navigation GO. ; ".'.;'! :.-'
-. ... '.' . .- HoLman& Co.
' Draymen and forwarders,
No. 24 N. Front street, v
10-22 12-22. ; Portland, Or.
A Preventive for Cronp.
We want every mother fo know that
croup can be : prevented. True croup
never appears -without. a warning. The
first symptom is hoarseness ; then the
child .appears to have taken a cold or a
cold may have accompanied the hoarse
ness from the start. After that a pecul
iar rough cough is developed, which is
followed by tho croup. The time to act
is when the child first becomes hoarse ;
a few doses of ' Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will prevent the attack. Even
after a rough cough has appeared the
disease may be prevented by ubing this
remedy as directed. -It has never been
known to fail. 25 cent; 50 cent and $1
bottles for sale by Snipes & Kinersly,
druggists. - ; - -'.-... .dw" .
T. fl. Vfltf tfORtiEft.
' HAS. LOCATED AT- .
106 Second St., The Dalles, Op.
And is prepared to do any and all kinds
of work in his line, being a practi--caj
-workman ' for period of
-, over thirty years, and : has
repaired over four thous- .;
. and watches in Las- , .
sen County, Cal.
All work from the Country promptly
attended to, aad on reasonable terms. '
GIVE ME ATRIAL AND BE CONVINCED
FLOURING MILL TO LEASE.
THE OLD DALLES MILL AKD WATER
Company's Flour Mill will be leased to re
sponsible parties. For information apply to the
j WATER COMMISSIONERS,
....... , The Dalles, Oregon.
FOR SALE ! .
One of - the- best Fruit . Ranches in
WascO County, only four miles west of
The Dalles. Apply to '. - : o -
A. Y. Maksh, . '
v The Dallee.
Y0MG, KUSS & SANDROCK, :
- "... '." '-'; , - -; . "
BlaGM& wagon snap
General Blacksmithing and Work done
promptly,' and all work".
Horse Shoeing .a Speciality.
Tiird Streertiiiisite tne old Lieoe Stand.
like Hot Cakes ?
' -. . o, set a' sack'' of , ! " "'.
Easlern Euckwueat Flour
AKD A CAN OF
' Li CaMn Maple Syrup
And your utmost desire will be satisfied
N. B. Quaker Oats, Germea Steel Cut
Oat Meal, and Nudavene Flakes, are
very fine for Breakfast. Get.
. -. them from
62 SECOND STREET.
WINK THE OTHER EYE !
Has opened an office for Cleaning and
Repairing Watches, Jewelry, etc.
, All work guaranteed and
Dunham's Dfug- Stoipe.
' Cor. Second and Union Streets.
Pipe Work; Tin Repair
ing and Roofing.
Leave orders at L. Butler's,
; Grocery Store.
Hot -:- and-:- Cold-i-Baths.
HO SECOND STREET.
FACTORY NO. 105.
fTf A DQof the Best Brands
vJXJ J. V J0 manufactured, and
orders from all parts of the country filled
on the shortest notice. .
The reputation of THE DALLES CI
GAR has become firmly established, and
the demand for the home manufactured
article is increasing every day.
A. ULRICH & SON.
Tiie Leaaing Grocer.
pigaF : Factory
.'- .r-r i,:. f-
Keep this in Mind.
V; " WE CARRY -
Men's Ladies Misses' rtiH Oh ilrl
IZ:B' STYLE, WipTH A.2iTID PRICK
And Sell them at BEDROCK Prices ! '
A. M Wl LL
DID YOU KNOW IT I
'.' '. ;': ; KWE ARE AGENTS rOR THE L- "-"'"
Argand Stoves and Ranges, Garland Stoves and
Kanges, Jemell's Stoyes and flanges, Universal Stoves and flanges. :
We aye also agents for the Celebrated Boynton pornaee.
flmmanition and Loaded Shells, Etc.
SAHITRHY PllUmBiriG A SPHCIflliTV.
MAIER & BENTON.
hi. C. N1ELS6N,
Glothiei? snd Tailor,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises,
Q-oxa.-fcs F-ULxrn 1 ftTn ins GoodLs,
CORNER OF SECOND AND WASHINGTON STS., TIIK DALLES. OREGON
J OS. -T." PET8RS St CO.,
LtUfliBEt, CORD WOOD
nnral - Rnilninn mnlnrmr
JaJVJLUJL JKaUAJI.ULJULU flUaUUUl
Office and Yard Corner of First and Jefferson
mm. BUTLtEf & CO.,
Office anU Yard cor. First and Jefferson Sts.
your eye on this
I A MS &. CO.
- 10 - tt.. .-'
North -Side of Railroad Track.
AND SHINGIiES. .
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SOUTH SIDE of Bailroad Tract.