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The Dalles, Portland & Astoria fiav. Co.
The boats of The Dalles, Portland Astoria
Navigation Co. will commence running on Mon
day, Feb. 1Mb, and until further notice under
we loiiowiug scneauie.
Steamer "DALLES CITY" leares
PORTLAND at 6 A. M :
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays : .
CASCADES at 10: SO A. M.:
- Moauiaya, Wednesdays and Friday :
Steamer "BEGTJLATOE" leaves
THI DALLES at 6 A. M.;
af ondays, Wednesdays and Fridays :
CASCADES ft 1 P. M.;
Tuesdays, Tbnrsdaya and Saturdays :
' -B. F. L4UGHL1N, General Manager.
" ' -BallroXla. '.. : ' : ' '
" ' ' ' BAST BOUND. ;
No. 2, Arrives 12:01 A. K." Departs 12:06 a. m.
" 8.- .. . K;30PV.. . . ".. UiSar.u.
WEST BOUND. .. .
No. 1, Arrives 4:25 a. m. Departs 4:30 A. M.
" 7, " 6:00 r. M. " . 6:20 P. Jt.
- Two locai freights that carry passengers leave
one for the west at 7 '00 a. it., and one for the
east at 9:15 A. au
For Prlueville, via. Bake Oven," leave daily
at 6 a. M.
For Antelope', Mitchell, Canyon City, leave
daily at 6 A. M.
For Dufur, Kingsley, Wamic, W'aplnitia, Warm
Springs ind Tygh alley, leave daily (except
Sunday) at 6 a. M. - -
For Goldendale, Wash., leave every day of the
week except Sunday at 8 a. k.
Offices for all lines at the Umatilla House.
General Delivrey Window. . 8 a. in
Money Order " 8 a. m
Sunday vi I - " .......9a.m.
- UXMIKQ OP MAIU)
By trains going East. .-. . . -9 p m. and
" ... . west. .....9 p. ax. and
Stage for Goldendale ; . . .
- ". ""Dufur and Warm Springs .
" t Leaving for Lyle dc Hartlaud.
" " " (Antelope
Trt-weekly. Tuesday Thursday and
' Monday Wednesday and
to 7 p. m.
to 4 p. m.
to 10 a. ui.
11:40 a. m.
4:45 p. ni.
.7:80 a. m.
.5:30 a. m.
.5:30 a. m.
.6:30 a. m.
.5:30 a. m.
MARCH 21. 1892
V. 8. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
Th Dalles, Or., Mar. 21, 189a.
Pacific - H Rela- D.t'r to 2? State
Coast BAB. S Uve of S. g of
Time. ? Hum Wind P 3 Weather
S A. M. 29.92 32 63 West Clear
P. M. 29.95 58 51 " ptCloudy
Maximum temperature, 59; minimum tem
Height of River, 8 p. in ..." 9.6 feet;
Change in past 24 hours. 0.0 feet.
Total precipitation from July 1st to date, 9.36;
average precipitation from July 1st to date, 12.27;
total deficiency from July 1st, 1891, to da.'e, 2.91;
Sax Fbancisco, Mar ..21. 1802.
Weather forecast till 8 p. in.
Tuetday; Fair weather.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Corbett and Miss
Failing, of Portland, are guests at the
The Marine hand of Wasiagton,' is
- coming west on a trip and will appear at
Portland, Olympia. Tacoma and Spo
kane. Hon. J. H. Rinehart, of Suinmerville,
'stopped over Saturday night from a trip
to Portland, to visit his son Dr. W. E.
Rinehart of this city.
Mr. Blakeley, of the popular firm of
Blakeley & Houghton, is now a guest of
the Umatilla house, during the absence
of his family from the city.
" The democrats of this city greatly fear
that since so many of their number voted
. last Saturday at the republican primar
ies, there won't be enough left to hold
the democratic primaries on the 9th of
April. 1 . "
Mr. A. J. Dufur jr.,. came into town
last evening with Mrs. Stanberry and
. Mrs. Sunderland, the mother and Bister
of Mrs. Dufur, who were on their way to
their homes in the Willamette valley,
after visiting friends at Dufur.
C Id settler in southern Oregon claim
that the Indians kept the country looking
neater than the whites do. There was no
underbrush forty years ago in Josephine
county, aa the aborigines kept it burned
off, Grass grew luzurantly everywhere,
but now such vegitation has been largely
killed off by a layer of resinous pine pins
and the deep shade. Deer could be seen
for miles in those days of ' open - country
and big grass. ..
The Union Pacific company has been
charging the Chronicle company $2.55
per box for packages of printing mater
ial shipped from San Francisco, while
the regufar schedule rate is only 75 cents.
That's right. The U. P. does not owe
the Chronicle anything and with God's
help it never will. Menewhile we have
stopped shipment of any' more of the
1 boxes until such time as it pleases us to
. pay more than three freights instead of
one- k - ' ; -'ni.''''"
' i.Ttvate letter from J. - O. Warner,
late or' Nunsene, now of Red -Lodge,
Mont., informs us that Mr. Warner is
much iileased with his new home and
intends to remain. He considers it a
magnificent stock country, and says that
..Fr&ik Malone, a large sheep owner of
ihe'Antelope country, in this county,
. had just visited Red Lodge and the ad
jacent country and was bo well pleased
with it that he - intends removing his
- sheep there during the coming Summer
L. E. Morse and son, of Hood River,
are registered at the Umatilla House. .,
Mr.-and Mrs. C. A. Borders of La
Grande are at present visiting friends in
the city. : " j .
Dr. A. N. Hamilton of La Grande, a
member of the Oregon railroad commis
sion passed hrough the city yesterday.
A meeting of the King's Daughters,
will be held at the residence of Mrs. S.
L. Brooks tomorrow afternoon at two
The Oehoco Review boasts that Prine-
ville has more habeas corpus proceedings
than all the rest of the county seats put
. An adjourned meeting of the county
court convened this afternoon with
Judge C. N..Thornbury and Dr. J. H.
Leavens in attendance. : .
A. S. McAlieter rejoined his family in
The Dalles last Saturday. The many
friends of Mr. McAlister will be glad to
learn that he has come back to stay.
The flag of the McKinley club flopped
so much in the wind since the primary
election last Saturday that It tore away
the fastening of one of the ropes and
had to be taken down for repairs.
Alex McLeod, one of Kingsley 'a solid
men came into town this afternoon.
He reports seeding about half through
on the ridge and the ground in the best
condition he ever eaw it at this season.
Mr. Otto Kohler, of-Bake Oven, was
in the city today. ' He says grain and
grass looks fine out that way, but they
have not had as much moisture as we of
this region. The late cold snap went
over without a trace of frost.
The CnBONici.E regrets to learn that
Mr. H. P. Ernst will leave The Dalles
for his former home in Michigan tomor
row morning. " Mr. Ernst has made
many friends in the citv durinsr his resi
dence here who will much reeret his de
Every Oregonian has a feeline of state
pride in the pupils sent abroad from
Oregon to various institutions to receive
an education. The Dalles is thus inter
ested in several from whom parents re
ceive favorable reports, including the
sons of mine "host Sinnott, pi the Uma-"
ti.la House. A dispateh from Roger B.,
to his father last Saturday, conveyed the
gratifying intelligence that Nicholas J.
has been appointed valedictorian for
1892, at Notre Dame College, Indiana.
These successes not only reflect credit
Lupon the pupils themselves," but are
creditable to Oregon as well.
W. J. Roberts, C. E., of this city, has
just completed a magnificent sectional
map of the Hood River valley for Hon.
E. L. Smith of Hood River. The'size of
the map is 48 by 52 inches. It is com
piled fronvthe official records and shows,
in appropriate water colors, the charac
ter of each piece of land, that . is to say
whether school laud, state selection.
.railroad land, timber, entries, preemp
tions, . homesteads . or what not. Each
claim has the . name of the present
owner, so far as' the records' show,
marked on. The title of the map, in
large bold letters, is a splendid piece of
penmanship and the whole .is undoubt
edly as accurate as the thorough educa
tional competency of Mr. Roberts could
make it. Mr. Roberts took the map
down to Hood River this morning where
he goes to stake out a ditch for the Cen
tral Water Supply company of that
Senator Mitchell writes to the Hood
River Glacier making the charge that
the Chronicle and some other papers in
Wasco county were laboring under "the
delusion that the Oregon delegation was
opposed to the state making appropria
tions in the Columbia river because it
would act as a hinderance to their ob
taining appropriation for more perma
nent improvements from the general
government. It is a matter of little im
portance any way one takes it. but the
Chronicle never had any notion of the
kind. We have always believed that
the little portage at the cascades was
one of the most powerful arguments our
delegation could possibly use in their
efforts to obtain appropriations for per
manent improvements, and we believe
Last night, March 20th, at Moaier. of
pneumonia, after an illness of nine davs.
Mabel, the infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Harlan, aged thirteen
months and twenty-one . davs. - The
Chronicle extends its sincere sympathy
to the bereaved parents; " ;
j T Primary Election..
The republican primaries held in this
pity last Saturday were hotly contested
and the result was almost a complete
victory for the "citizens ticket," which
elected twenty-six of the twenty-seven
delegates. . The - delegation is beyond
cavil a good one, taken as a whole, and
is perhaps as representative as it could
well be. The following are the names
of the successful candidates : :
East Dalles precinct: ; Campbell,
F. Connelly, J. W. Ksontz; H. Kuck,
F." tJrnmuiond7 1; Wr "J. 'Roberts, F.
Creighton. - ' ;
Bigelow precinct.: F. Menefee, Hugh
Chrisman, M. T. Nolan, B. S. Hunting
ton, C. J. Crandall, . Robert Mays,
Thomas N. Joles.'. . .:.
West Dalles precinct: J. W. Marquis,
A. N. Varney, George WRunyan, G. B.
HalrOrr-A. A. Urquhart. : . , -1 ;
V Trevstt precinct: Wm. MIchell, P.
Dehuff, W. H. Jones, C. L. . Phillips, J.
' M. Patterson, Judd Fish.
Hurran for Hermann
The following telegram was received
today, by Col. N. B. Sinnott
Washington, March 21. I have se
cured, in the river and harbor bill, four
hundred J. and thirty-five thousand
dollars for . the cascade locks and to
complete under the contract syBtem..
Chinese Boycott. '
- . nanviow, .uxoxvu T I (.11
Yip Hong society has declared a boycott
f U Tr-1.1 ,-! - I . J
using strenuous efforts to prevent Chi
nese from entering into any contracts
with that company, because Wong Ah
x uen, an employer lasi year, oecampea
with the funds. The company does not
Wong Ah Yuen, as he had engaged
them and he was dealing direct with his
Cascade Locks Letter. .
Cascade Locks, March 19th.
Editor Dalles Chronicle!
St. Patricks'- Day is an event of the
past. The day was observed hy our Irish
citizens in a manner creditable to all.
The chief event of the day was the dress
parade, and inspection review, of Prof.
Fairview, assisted by F. Leavens. The
first named, clad in fool uniform, consist
ing of the very bine coat worn by Brian
Boreau at the battle of the Ventury har
bor, and carrying at a right shoulder
shift a sabre, once the property of Phil
Sheridan. Among other things the Pro
fessor stated that he would deliver an
address. The oration was a splendid ef
fort, in which he was ably assisted by
the .aforementioned F. Leavens, and
three bottles of whiskey. Yet most sad
to relate, just before reaching the peror
ation he was stricken with a sudden
shock or paralyzed, it would seem ; an
event which dispersed the crowd, leav"
ing the Professor in all his glory .
Sure, Professor, me boy, you're the pride
of the town. '
And a curse on your foes, be they white
black or brown.
I'd fight for you standin' ; I'd fight for
- you lyin'; "
When you dies, if you rises, I'd fight for
you flym'. .
The social dance given in the evening,
was well attended, and dancing kept up
till the morning light. Among those
present was some of our most prominent.
and exemplary Irish citizens.: Messrs.
P. Sullivan, McElhaney, Wm. O'Day,
M. Fitzgerald, Bradder &"McKenzie and
E. P. Ash. The latter is a very promi
nent young' Irish-American from Maine.
A conspicuous feature of the evening
was the performance of a "rale ould Irish
reel" Mr. McElhaney and Mrs. Sullivan
being .the participants. The dancing of
the twain was simply perfect, holding'
the spectators spellbound. "Like dew
on the gowan lying, was the fa' of their
fairy feet." The evening's entertainment
was also enlivened by. the singing of Dr.
H. A. Leavens, who succeeded in sur
rounding his name with a lustrous halo,
by his successful renditipn of "Joe Bow
ers." In fact, taken all in all. St. Pat
rick's was harmed in - the observance,
not in the breach, and was the date of
one of the joHiest little gatherings ever
collected in our little burg. .
lOUrS, MECARTY. '
The Medal Contest.
Following is the programme ot the
Deruere8t medal contest, for Wednesday
Prayer by Rev. Mr. Curtiss.
Music by Choir. "Come Thou Fount
of Every Blessing." -
1. ,T.be Deacon's Sunday .School Ser
mon. .2. The Martyred Mother. . e
Music by the primary class. "The Xput
3. Arrest Alcohol, and Liberate Man.
Music solo by Mrs. B. Huntington. -,
4. An Appeal to Americans.
5. A Voice From the Poorhouse.
Music by primary class, "Roll Your
6. A Vision" of Prohibition.
7. The Cry of Today.
Music by the choir, "The NevrCreated
Don't forflror. tha mrltjl mntAat JJ a
nesday night. Tickets at Leslie Butlers'.
Mrs. C. L. Phillips will haye a grand
opening and display of millinery goods,
at 81 Third street on Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week.
Wanted a lady agent in every city in
Oregon to sell our celebrated Gum
Tissue. Quick sales. Big profits.
Samples free, . . Richards & Co.
164 First St.,
3-19d3t . Portland, Or.
Get th Rotary, the Amazon, or the
California lawn sprinkler, at Maier &
Benton's.. . 3-18-dtf. -
The cheapest place to buy potatoes in
town is at J. H. Cross' ieed store. 31-7d4
Children Cry for Pitcher's XJastoria.
When Baby was alck, vegava barCaatoria. -'
When aba waa Child, aha cried tor Caatoria, '
When aha became Xiaa, abe clang to fast oris.'
When ibe had Children, ahve them Caetoriaj
Dtaaolntlon Nolle.' -
Notify la herartv ffivn whtw. t
j e - - w " . luui . Auaj,
concern that the undersigned partners
tiumg vuHiDcHB uiiuer me nrm name of
Jacobson A Co., at Dalles City, Ore-
fmn llA.V Kv nn nfnol nstvtciAnt 41.:.- J
dissolved t.hn RniH nartnorahfn T XXf
Condon having sold his said partnership
in 11 env tovsiiB o. savage, wno win con
tinue the business under the old firm
name win i,. Jacobsen.
Dated Dalles City, March 12, 1892.
. "- J.W.Condon,
' E. Jacobsen.
A girl to work in the country, must oe
fl 8i cook. Good wages. Apply at
this office. . . " 16-3-tf
' For Sale.
A good number 2 Calgraph, at W. U.
Telegraph office. Price $65. 3-14-lw-
Something new Pabsts Bohemian
Milwaukee Beer only one bit a bottle.
Hot clam broth after 5 p. m. at J. O.
Mack s. Call and try them. 2-23tf
Neuralgia Cured in 15 Minute. '
Mr. J. S. Sturtevant, editor of the
Waupaca (Wis.) Pott, says: "Last night
Chamberlain's Pain Balm cured my
Wife of nenralo-io. nt ko b nn J 4. C
"O uu UJUtU
in fifteen minutes. We would not be
without it." 50 cent bottles for sale by
Blakeley & Houghton, druggists.
Notice to Contractor. .
Sealed ViHa will V'-mnA u. t t
lnerny, till noon March 31st, 1892, for
.ii wctuuu 01 n one story cottage, to be
built at the .N. E. corner of Third and
Llbertv atrPAta in f Ka Tlr i
. - , . ... wu.a v. x mud ttUU
specifications to be seen at the office of
Crandall and Burget, 166 Second street.
The right is reserved to reject any or all
The Dalles, Or., March 16, 1892. dtd
Beat Tonle. '-.
BvTOe. Flovd Ar "Cn tha Inamn
sale and retail druggists ot The Dalles,
have todav received" th
invoice of 'Best Tonic. Best Tonic takes
with all who have tried it. It cures
dyspepsia, strengthens the system, re
stores sound and refreshing sleep, and
S8 a beverage at. meal timo nrnmntiu
A Remarkable Cure of Kheamatlam.
MeSSrS. Caan nrl Shprmon r,( llaTDn.
der, Texas, write us regarding a re
markable cure of rheumatism there as
follows - "The wife. rf Mr Wm t-:i.
the Postmaster here had been bed-rid
den witn rneumatism for several vears.
She could get nothing to do her anv
berlain'R Pftin Ralni an1 dU. waa
pleteiy cured by its use. We refer any i
one to her to vert.ifv t.hia cfotomunt 0fi I'
cent battles for sale by Blakeley &
- La Grippe Successfully Treated.
' I have just recovered from a second
attack of the grip this year," says Mr.
Jas. O. Jones, publisher of the Leader,
Mexia, Texas. ' In the latter case I
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and
a inuiK wun consiaeraoie success, only
being in bed a little over two days,
aeainst ten dav-a for the flrat nft.arlr
The second attack I am satisfied would
have been eaualv as bad as the first
but lor the use of this remedy, as I had
to go to bed in about six hours after be
ing.'struck' with it, while in the first
case I was able to attend to business
about two days before getting 'down.' "
50 cent bottles for . sale by Blakeley &
Houghton, druggists. - -
Sick-headaches are the outward indications ot
derangements ot the stomach and bowels. As
Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla is the only bowel
regulating preparation of Sarsaparilla, it is seen
why it is the only appropriate Sarsaparilla In
sick-licadaches. It is not only appropriate; It is
an absolute care. After a course of it an occa
siouol Hose at intervals will forever after prevent
return. . ' .' -
Juo. M. Cox, of 735 Turk Street, San Francisco,
writes: -. " I have been troubled with attacks of
sick-hcadache for tho last three years from one to
three times a week. Some time ago I bought two
bottles of Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla and have
only had one attack since and that was on the
evoud day alter I began using it."
For Sale by SNIPES St KINERSLY
THE DAIXES. OREGOK. "
C. F. STEPHENS,
Boots. Shoes, rfata,' Et. '
Kte.r. Btc, .- Kte.
134 Second St., next to Dalles National
- Bank, Dalles City, Oregon. '
NEW BOOT rho shoe store ?
STONEMAN & FIEGE
V 114 SECOND STREET.
Our Stock has been most carefully selected for Comforrand
Durability and will be sold at the lowest possible
prices. Leather and findings for sale.
-Repairing Neatly and Expeditiously - Done. .
THE EUROPEAN HOUSE.
Tha Corrngtted Bnllding nut Door to Gosrt Hosu.. ..-
HafluSoiettMsM Rooms to Rent by tie Day, Weei or Month. :
Meals Prepared by a First Class English Cook.
TRANSIENT PATRONAGE SOLICITED.'
. ' Good Sample Rooms for Commercial Men. "
WHS. H- FHRSEH, Propp.
PAU L K R
P AI NTS, OI LS
And the Most Complete and the
aSfPraptlPftl TS1 1 n tdro O Till Pana.
&herwin-Wil hams and J. W. Masury's Paints used in all our work, and none but
the most skilled workmen employed. Agents for Masury Liquid Paints. No
cnemical commnation or soap mixture. A first class article in all colors. All
orders promptly attended to. , '. - .
Store and Paint Shop corner Third and Washington Sts., The Dalles, Oregon
I. G. fickelscn,
t 1 n nn
Kranich & Bach First
School Books, Bibles, Blank Books,
Music Books, Sheet Music,
Baby Carriages and
J O. MACK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
171 Second Street,
WM. BUTLER & CO.,
Lumber, Lime, Plaster, Hair and Cement.
A liberal discount to the trade in all lines handled by us.
JEFFERSON STREET, between Second
EFT & CO.,
Latest Patterns and Designs in
TTanAc X' t .. t i! 1 . 1 f . 1
Class Upright Pianos,
The Dalles, .Oregon
Rough and Dressed
and Railroad, . THE DALLES, OR