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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
OFIIC1AL PAPER OF DALLES CITY.
Published DiiUy, Sunday Excepted.
THE CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO.
Corner Second and Washington Streets, The
Terms of Subscription
Her month, by currier
Secretary of State
Bupt. of Public Instruction .
G. W. McBride
. ...Phillip Metschan
E. B. McElroy
1J. N. Dolph
J J. H. Mitchell
Commissi oners .
.Geo. C. Bliikeloy
T. A. Ward
J. B. Crossen
( 7ns. Darnielle
' i Frank Kincaid
.Joel VV. Koontz
Surveyor K. F. Sharp
Superintendent of Public Schools. . .Troy Shelley
Coroner N. M. Eastwood
CLEVELAND HAS OBJECTIONS.
Recently the public was informed of
the organization in New York of a
Frances Cleveland influence club, for
the purpose of fostering and furthering,
by woman's subtle influence, the cause
of democracy. Just what the plan of
influential campaign was to be was a
mystery, though that it would he effica
cious no good and gallant democrat had
at doubt. But when Mrs. Cleveland was
officially informed of the movement she
.referred the matter to Mr. Cleveland,
and the latter, after commending the
efforts and general plans of the ladies,
writes to them as follows : "It is, how
ever, impossible for us to approve of the
use of Mrs. Cleveland's name in the
designation of clubs designed to do polit
ical work. We trus-t you will not under
value our objection, because it rests
upon the sentiment that the name now
sacred in the home circle as wife and
mother may well be spared in the organ
isation and operation of clubs created to
exert political influence."
Oa the whole, most husbands, broth
ers und fathers -will be inclined to agree
with the author. Theoretically the pro
cesses of politics should be such that no
woman might feel unwilling to have her
name figure therein conspicuously.
Practically the case is otherwise. Re
finement and delicacy do not characterize
modern politics. If candidate John
Krjoith finds that his campaign is to be
jsopported by the bandying about of Mrs.
.Jeannette Smith's name or its liberal
'-display, in torchlight transparencies he
will naturally object- It is an objection
of sentiment of course, but the senti-
ruftnt w hich prompts a man to keep his
wifes name sacred to home uses is not
mawkish. It is a sentiment which
tot men will sympathize with.
At the head
of all blood-purifiers is Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. . But it's
different from all of them. What
ever is claimed for this, it's guaran
teed to do. The money is refunded
in every case where it fails to bene
fit or. cure. It's because it & differ
ent that it can be sold so. All
diseases originating from a torpid
liver or impure blood , yield to it.
It cleanses and purifies the system,
freeing it from all manner of blood
poisons, no matter from what cause
they have arisen. For Dyspepsia,
Biliousness, Scrofula, Salt -rheum,
Tetter, Erysipelas, or any blood
taint or disorder, it is an uncqualed
remedy. Nothing else can take its
" Golden Medical Discovery "
contains no alcohol to inebriate,
and no syrup or sugar to derange
It's a concentrated vegetable ex
tract; put up in large bottles ;
pleasant to the taste, and equally
good for adults or children ; works
equally well aU the year round. '
Second St., 0pp. Hood's Stable,
TH B DAl.I.KS, - - - OREGON.
Will repair your fine Buggies
and Carriages", shoe your fine
Driving Horses, and in fact do
all your blacksmithing in the -finest
style. - Satisfaction guar
anteed. GUflHltfG&HOOTflfl, props.
A New Kind of Inattrane.
For twenty-five cents yon-- tan insure
yourself and" family against any bad re
sults from an attack of bowel-complaint
during the summer. One or two doses
of Chamberlain's Colic, - Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy will cure any ordi
nary case. It never fails and is pleasant
and safe to take. No family can afford
to be without it. For sale at 25 and
50 cents per bottle by Blakeley & Hough
ton, druggists. , d&w
A rare opportunity for the-ladies is
now afforded by Mrs. Philips, who is of
fering millinery at one third less, asshe
has decided to retire from the business.
See advertisement. " O.lSdtf
All Dalles City warrants registered
prior to October 7, 1890, will be paid if
presented at my office. Interest ceases
from and after this date.
Dated July 7th, 1S92. -
tf. Treas. Dalles City.
COLlBIi 1 0$;
104 Second Street,
ICE ! ICE I ICE !
Having over 1000 tons of ice on hand,
we are now prepared to receive orders,
wholesale or retail, to be delivered
through the summer. Parties contract
ing with us will be carried through the
entire season without advaxcr "is
thick, and may depend that we have
PURE, HEALTHFUL ICE
Cut from mountain water; no slough of
Leave orders at the Columbia Candy
Factory, 104 Second street, or Ice
W. S. CRAM, Manager,
The Dalles, Portland & Astoria flav. Co.
"Until farther notice the Regulator will
make trips to the Cascades and return
on - Thursdays and Sundays, leaving
The Dalles at 7 a. m. Excursion rates.
50 centa for the round trip. 5-23tf .
Superior in tune to Pipe Organs,
easier played and cheaper, are the
: Successor to CV K. Dunham.
Druggists and Chemists.
Pure DW anf JieflcmesT A ; ;
Dispensing Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty.
Night Druggists always in Attendance.
cor; secondhand union-" Sts.,
THE DALLES, OKSOON.
Watches; ; Clocks, Jewelry? Etd.
AH kinds of repafriuf? a specialty', aud all work
guaranteed and promptly attended to.
Call and see nis stock of clocks before you
leave an oroer eisewnere..
WHOI.ESALK OK IlETAIL. , , '
Crockery and Glassware, , , : t
Platedware, Cutlery, Xampsr; , 1 i
Toys and Notions, Hammocks,;.
:.' Fishing Tackle, Stationery; Etc
Agent for NEW HOME and WHITE SEWING MACHINES.
-A jtHvspaper genius in New York has
written a letter in which he undertakes
to-state the wealth of the most noted
rnen of the country. It is generelly easy
to overestimate the fortunes of wealthy
raes, but in this case other inaccuracies
-occur. The list now going the rounds is
misleading as to some men well known
In Washington. The second name on
the list is that of Levi P. Morto::, Vice
President of the United States, His
-tortune is stated at $5,000,000. Mr.
Morton is worth twenty millions. Fur
ther -on ex-Secretary Whitney is put
down as having $5,000,000. Mr. Whit
jneya income is over a million a year.
jtnd while it would probably be hard for
him to tell just how much he is worth,
Iiis property and that of his brother-in-law,.
Oliver Payne, being very much
mixed together,, yet it would obviously
foe ridiculous to put down Mr. Whitney
.-t less than twenty millions. . He is
probably worth a great deal more. Next
so mat ex-bpea&er xnomas 1. Keed is
Iut down as having $50,000 he has more
than twice as much. . He owns a bur
square mansion in. Portland, Me., worth
a. good deal of money, and he -lias : con
siderable other property. Then we have
"'Whitelaw Reid's wealth stated at $2,000
800. Two of Mr. Reid's residences have
ost more than that amount. It is not
easy to define Mr. Read's fortune other
wise than by saying that he, is the son-in-law
of D. O. Mills. Mr. Mills' estate
is at least $30,000,000, and Whitelaw
with his wife and children, will get half
wt it. Chief-Justice, Fnller'a fortune is
aid to be 4100,000. A single, piece of
real estate in Chicago owned bv him. is
worth mnch more than that. - Judge
Fuller is worth more than $500,000, as
everybody knows, who knows anything
J. L. FISHER. . W.J. MONTAGUE.
PROPRIETOnS OK THK
Klite Shaving Parlors
Bath Rooms. v
SEOOITD STEEET. THE DALLES, 0E.
Gentlemen will find THE ELITE
fully up to the times in every respect.
Hair Cutting in' the, best manner, in
every style of the art. Smooth Shaving
and fertect tsatns.
Honrs: TCverv day and evening dur
ing the week. Closed on Saturday eve
nines after 10 o'clock. Open on Sun
days from 7 a. in. to 12 o'clock noon.
Slubling & Williams.
THE DALLES, - OREGON
Dealers in Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Milwaukee Beer on Draught.
W. F. Wiseman,
i Saloon and Wine Room.
The Dalles, - Oregon.
Northwest corner of Second and
Sousa is really going to Chicago as
soon as he can master the mysteries of
"iJogan Paid My Rent" and other com
r)msitvns of the approved " lakeside
variety. He has .-been informed . that
-?hifo!utin' tootin' don't go, see?"
' mmmm mmmmm " -Xt
the cheapdition of 'IDavid Grieve"
11,000 copies were sold before publica
tion, and the rst edition of 5,000 copies
Of.Rudyard Kipling's "Barrack-Room
Ballards' was sold out the dav of publi
cation. . . . j
The sharp packet-knife, the soft white
pine goods box and the hot summer sun
re the - seductive influences that ' are
About to. .topple over the once proud
fabric of Auieiican manhood.
The St. Charles Hotel,
PORTLAND , - O R EG O N.
' 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 170 rooms and is supplied
witn every modern convenience. Kates
reasonable. A good restaurant attached
to the house. Free bus to and from all
C. W. KNOWLES, Prop. '
J. S. BCHZKCK, .
First Rational Bank.
A General Banking Business transacted
- Deposits received, subject to Bight
V. ; . .. Draft or Check.-, . . .
Collections made and proceeds promptly
remitted on day -of collection. .
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on
New York, San Francisco and Port
'; ' . . , land. .' -
18 Second St L. RORDEN &:CO.; 181 Second St.
DIO YOU KNOW IT
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE
C WkiTELAXrlREID. '
Ttic 'Ltatch String is Vfllcd ay s Oat i :
Sprinti and Summed
... I O ' ., .. -. ". ' ..: t. 1S92. -r
i j ' ' "Bnt w&rtts are tiingl, and a small drop of iaH, i i i
t-. . V.V-' Falling, like dew npon a thought, produces ss- ---
mat wnicQ muses uousanqs, perhaps millions, think: '
WE TBU8T TO INTEKISTJ AND DO --Yoir GOOD. : '
Buy Our SHoEis-t-
- 4 i
WALTER H. TENNY ATCO.V
BOSTON. 7TKSS. ' ' ' -
THE DAlillES MERCANTILE CO.
" :: '" SOLE AGENTS FOR THE DALLES..
THE EU ROPEAN HOUSE.
Th Gorrngtted Bnlldlng nest,Diar,t Csurt Houm., j i
Hanisomeir; - Fnriiisliel 1 Rooms to Rent 'by "tie Da letf of MontL"
Meals Prepared by a First Class EhgiishCook.
Good Saniple .Rooms for-vCosnriercial Men.
Argantt Stoves and Ranges. Garland Stoves and
tfe are also agents for the Celebrated Boynton Fwnaee. ...
RmmunitioQ and loaded Shells, Ete.
GHBLER-Jtf EBSTEF f-
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Sold on Easy Payments.
Musical Instruments and Music.
- Bppfeellersrand Stationers.
E- J AGO BSE N CO.,
162 SECOND STREET.
The Dalles; Or.
S Kl B S ESr HOTEL.,
5 S "-
W IB .
s ---!T jyJUik.i
Vtt' t iprral-
4 r- B.. -1
BOOTS AND HOES, tJ ;
Hats and Caps, Trunks and , Valises,
G4-oxs."t JFoxarre 1 flrxx
COKNEB OF SECOND AND WASHINGTON,-
' GVoods, ,
f IHB DALLES, OREGON .
K Jj COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT '- ' -V-V
Glqthing, Gents' FoFnlsbibo..jiai 0i)
Boots andrShoefe - :
Full Assortment of the Lea4ing3Ianufaeturer&.i- .
Cash Bayers mill save money.: by examining v!v st0.
and prices before pm1nWitL
WM, BUTLER & CO;;
Bnildine Material Jou?H-and D,
. . j Lumber;4 Lime., faster, Hair and Cement ,
A liberal discount to the trade in all lines handled by us. u '
JEFFERSON STREET, between Second and Railroad,
THE DALLES, OR
.' '" " DEALEES IN-
D. P. Thompson. Jno. S. Schknce.
Ed. M. Williams, Geo. A. Lisbx,
H. M. Bs.vll.
PAIN;TS, OILS- AND
And, the Mdst Complete and .the Latest Patterns and Designs in
3CTTractical Painters and Paper Hangers. Nonabut the best-brands of the
Sherwin-Williams and J. W, Masory's. Paints used in all our work, and none bnt
the moat skilled workmen employed; " 'Agents for Masur- Liquid T Paints,;-No
chemical combination ;or soap mixture." 1 A firet clasB article in all' colors. ' All
orders promptly attended to. , . .. .'
Store and Paint Shop corner Third and Washington Sts., The Dalles, Oregon
SITUATED AT THE HEAD OF NAVIGATION.,
l' Destined .to fee the Best
Manufacturing Center in
the Inland Em Dire. - west
r- " " " ' i-i: l--lU.il Ji.'ih'
For Further Inforrnatlon Call at the Office rf.
. . Beist-SeTUntcPronerty W
the Season, fry the North-
! Interstate :dnvestniefit Go., u,
a D. TAYLOfi. Tfe Dfllet Or. " 72 WasMnloU St; F6rtlaili. 0r: