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THE DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY. JULY 19, 1892.
Lookt the Bargain!
: AT . THE :
OLD AND WELL : KNOWN STAND.
Alwa ta the Ff oqt !
eieaiitOJ f tE !
My Entire Stock, Consisting of
Hats and Gaps,
EEllTS' FutDistiing GOODS.
N0 GOM AT BABGAM
And the Sale will be con
tinued until all ia disposed
of. A special opportunity
'.- ob i6ic .Afforded for y.
stores to replenish their '
Call and Price these Goods,
OLD AND WELL KNOWN STAND.
If yon take pills it is because you have never
. incu toe -. .t
S. B. Headache and Liver Cure.
T 1. .. i 1 .Au.ntHM .1... rt.Mi .nil
Kidneys; acts as a mild physic without causing
pain or sicicness, ana aoes not stop you irom
To try it is to beooluc a friend to it.
For sale by all druggists.
Young & Kuss,
BiacKsmiiti & wagon shod
General Blacksmithing and Work dope
promptly, and all work
florse Shoeeing a Spciality
, Tbirfl Street opposite tne oltl Lislie Stanl
MKS. C. DAVIS
Has Opened the
In the . New Frame-Building on
SECOND STREET, Next to the '
Diamond Flouring Mills.
First Class Meals Furnished at all Houre.
Only White Help Employed.
l-sr 'ilj it
Wbrtti 2b Cts., going for 12 1-2 Cts.
Just Received an Immense. Shipment
of the Celebrated
loyal Ubreester Corsets
STYLE and PRICE.
Snipes &- Kinersly
Wiiolesale al Retail Droiils
' 3F TX LEFfc. Id. XX C3r 353 T '
Handled txTfiree Registered Dniggists.
ALSO ALL THE LEADING
Patent (Dedieiries and
i house paints;
Agents for Murphy's Fine Varnishes and the only agents in
j.t. rtt.. r oiv C3i Ttr:n : -D
uie v-it'y lui Ants ouei niu,
Finest Line of Imported Key
Agent for Tansili s Flinch.
........ - : - - "-" "xi -t - . -
129 Second Street, .
171 Second Street,
and a full line of Builders' Supplies, all of which
. are carried constantly in stock.
Call and see us at our
of Second and Jefferson
where. . . Our prices are
many things "below all competitors.
oils and glass..
y iinixmcs vju. a louiu. ...
Dealers in Wall Paper.
West and Domestic Cigars.
The Dalles, Oregon
The Dalles, Oregon
new store, southwest corner
Streets, before "buying . else
as low as the lowest, and on
Reciless Men at Eomesteal - IaalilB to
Prednce a Conflict.
THE MILITARY PREPARING FOR IT.
Aoetbcr Regiment Has" Arrived at the
Scene of Expected Conflict.
I A DUGSKKN MILITIAIUK'S ACT.
I Mysterious Departures of . Leaders
' Both Sides Tne Mills Are All
Homestead, July 19. The tension be
tween the strikers -and the military is
increasing. There are many irresponsi
ble, reckless inen in town, mostly with
some sort of arms, and" an untoward
event might precipitate a conflict. The
military, while not expecting such an
outcome, are evidently preparing for it.
A large additional amount of am muni
tion has been received from- Frankfort.
There are at least 230,000 rqunds of anv
munition here, and more is expected
Another resiment was brought over the
river this morning, and it is understood
three others will be brought over day by
dav. - All is auiet at the big mills, and
there is no visible evidence of the mten
tion, to start up. David Lester, a militia
man. while drunk: this. .morning, ran' a
bayonet into Frank C. Calhoun, inflict
rag a wound wmcu win prove iauu.
Two brothers- named McConnell, Eng
lishmen, who worktyl as foremen in the
Hoipestead mill, have not been seen for
three weeks, and the locked-ont men
believe thtty have gone to England to
"engag SBoBFtmlon mearrte.- take- their
places iti the milLl" A oaert pf J th:-best
educated and most conservative of the
locked-oat men at. Homestead left for
the east " yesterday" with ' greaf secrecy'.'
It believed they have gone to labor with
a lot of Belgians, said to be on the way
to take the places of amalgamation men
The amalgamated lodge of workmen, at
Carnegie's union mills, yesterday morn
ing resolved to stand firm in the strike
and tendered the Homestead men both
financial"' : and physicals assistance,
Beaver falls employes kept their threat
and did not go to work yesterday',' conse
quently the mill did not resume. Things
are quiet al tout the mill.
Astorian. The Spreckels, - of "Bap
Francisco, who are likely to send tugs
here, are men of undoubted enterprise,
who take pride in promoting the inter
ests of places with which they are con
nected. They would find good scope for
their "abilities here. But: ' Col. Mc
Craken, of Portland, appears to have
queer notions of pilots' rights. He ev-
identlv thinks the legislature will vote
money for pilots so that the Spreckels1
tug may- be brought " here . to.- compete
with the union Pacific, we would like
I to see the Spreckels' tugs here, but they
will find plenty of business to do with'
out encroaching on the jnstv 'earninga . of
the pilots. The pilotage on the vessels
that will come here daring- the -present
Hhinninor vear will support a body of
I efficient pilots who will do their work
well on any part of.the nver. . .,
Starts In BitM.
Judge Thomas A; McBride,
of the fitth-
judicial district, ' who will
hold it. fiOecial term of court here, for
Judge Shaituck.tcommencing August 2d
is evidently a man who will -stand no
nonsense fwm rviteeeees. During the
past week he has -been : holding an. ad
nnvne4V'ternl- "at- "Hlllsboro and he
tauznt some oj xae wivucnireo a w ""tc
some leseori. ' On - man came to; the
Btaiid ttbe-wdrsei for 'liquor, "whereupon"
the Judge "fined him HO' and ten days in
the county Sail: The' next morning tne
witneetr aDbeAred ' and testified. The
iudge then, in consideration of the sick
ness of the prisoner's wile, remitted fne
imprisonment and sent him home sober
'" So Ton Reeogrnlxe Uie Nsaneff1
Baltimore American." TyrbtoxScon'has
not apparently caused an alarming de
crease in the consumption of ice cream,
and the manufacturers of this cool deli
cacy can rest" content with the assurance-
that woman's faitn-is too- proionna ior
such a scientific trifle to distnrb.
An fUephaat on tne Beaelb
ABtqrian.. The whale whicbi came
ashore on' North beach is becoming
somewhat of an "elephant" on account
of the odor arising from it.
LIFB IN CREED.
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Table fare and Affable ; Walters--AM
v .. . Treated Alike.
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From Harper's Weekly J ," . ' .--
Talk" about 1 the" tough
them all out when
W," Hi'Co'mt)'s; k meiiiber '.oil the' ' Silver J
is operatip one olUic, be8t,jpropefties.
in : tlmt,,ivew,rgi:y'LM
mere, ws piv Wv9.. ' V
place. , It, wao smafl log- cabin, fitted
up "withi ough;Wopdth tablesBd.charrt;
The menu. wldT tesXlvhft string quali
ties .ol . any Btqmach 4 Qriu earthly The
waitere. were recruited from the toughest
element that had floated into tjreede on
the first boom. They indulged in all
the picturesque slang of,' that region . in
filling orders: One day a man ordered
pork apd beans for bis dinner and get
ting tired waiting he told the waiter to
bring along the beans without the' pork'.'
The wiiter 'stuck ; bis head',' through a'
-little cubby hole at the rear 'end of the
cabin and yelled , to the .cook : "Hustle
along a brass' band 'without ' a leader."
And the customer ate bis beans without
a leader. " .- .'' ..'
"Another customer ordered beefsteak,
eejrs. and coffee tnat was. tne enure
menu but he only got eggs and coffee,
and protested. : The big waiter, ., witn a
dangerous brace of revolvers . dangling
against his. tray, replied, "Wall, ye'll
take eggs and coffee, blank you, or ye'll
go somewhere else, see?" The customer
took his eggs and coffee without further
parleying, for that was the tonly ' restau
rant in the town. "Another customer
was an aged gentleman with long, flow
ing beard and a great amount of dignity ,
who had come So from the east. . With
as much diirnity as if he were giving an
order to the Auditorium the old gentle
man called' 'for a" cup of. coffee. Tne.
waiter,, being busy, "yelled in a rough
voice to another:.- "Bring in a cup. of
coffee for weak whiskers here!" "If
steak were brought in too rare and
customer asked for it to be cooked egain
the waiter .would yell" to 'the' cook, . '
little more hell on this . steak I" Ex
Governor -.Cooper of. Denver; ' sat at ' ft
table one day- "until; bV grew tiredi- and
he arose to leave when a waiter hallooed,
Old manj jist sit dowhagain and- keep
yer boots on-rl'U bustle in the grub fer.
ye d'rectly.' -."Arid,' the., governor, sat
down and waited while he brushed away
a drift of enow from the table that" had
blown in through the chinks of the logs.
That - Creede restaurant .was- a. great
leveler of humanity." At this noted
restaurant mince pies are all tested with
a steam gauge.
The peoples party Weaver' doesn't
loom up to any alarming degree. Min
neapolis Tribune.1 : 1 . r.r
As a presidential candidate Weaver
has iust one thing ia his favor. He was
born in OMo.-uffalo Express. .
The peoples party did well to flock to
Weaver. He will be bandy when , they
want to order their political shroud.
St. Paul Pioneer.
If there is anvthing you want and
don't see ia the Omaha platform, Gen
Weaver will furnish it on application.
There can.be no question that Weaver
Was ; the logical candidate. of tne con
glomerates, but his 'nomination has
blasted almost as many "democrat hopes
as did that of Cleveland. Detroit Tri
bune. -, - '
Southern alliance men admit that
Gen." Weaver, the peoples party., candi
date for president, will not run well in
the south, Ab he will certainly not run
well in the north, or the east, or the
west, tlie re appears' to be . nothing left
for the general but the Mississippi and
the great lakesSt, Louis Star-Sayings,
..' Grant County Sheep.
: '. Long Creek Eagle. There are 94,300
'sheep in Gilliam county," all 'free from
scab, Two bands had ; been slightly, af
fected by scab which by, the: way was
imported into the countryi but they
have been thorouehly dipped -and are
Know cured. - . - ; -
' V - FreiiperoBi Salem.: - '
. Pendleton.E. O Salem wants a . soap
factory and a box factory. Salem needs
both soap and boxes, soap with which
to wash ber "dead men," and boxes to
bury them in. , ... .v;. ; 4. ", ; ".V. ,; , ,
Highest of all in Leavening Power.Itest US. (v't Report
SJWIUIIMISW. t ,,. ; -ft.. ..". ' ' A fTHS '
k i- . m -. t m .
THE DREAD SCOURGE.
immg Cholera Calls for ' Sanitary. .
. ., r Preeantions. . - ;:
FAR FROM ITS REEKING ASI A HOME:
" ' ' , - -' "' - '. v-. '
No Accuraej of Prediction as to Where
it may end its Travels. - ,
THE DBEaSFUL U1BEASE IK PAKis.
Liable to Beaeh Chicaeo, .and Then tne.
WeitSes Board Qnarantine
Hut he Enforeed.
Njew Yoke, July 19. The present re-
appearance of the cholera scare is en
forced by enough facts to give ground
for ' serious apprehension. Apparently
authentic reports indicate that - the
dreadful disease . has traveled far from .
its home in the reeking towns of Asia. '
It has progressed up the- Volga, taken.
Moscow and several otherHussian cities
and . entered the -environs of Paris. ,
With this beginning there is no accurate ..
predicting' what may be the end. A
very little encouragement in the way of
efficient quarantine and poor sanitation .
is enough tq send the plague throughout '
Europe.; There is some doubt as to .
whether the cases reported near Paris
are cases of true Asiatic cholera or of the ,
much less fearful malady cholera nostras.
In any event, this is no time for the
authorities of France or for the quaran
tine officers on our own seacoast to de
fer to a doubt, . The most careful vigi
lance, ia demanded of the health officials
in every Aiiiericap ity; : Even the very
remote contingency Qf the plague mak- ,
ing visit to this city, Chicago, or . far-.
ther west, should, inspire the. local au
thorities to additional efforts in cleaning
the alleys and sewers, burning the gar
bage .and. enforcing municipalt cleanli
ness. . There are other precautions to be
observed by individual citizens on their .
own behalf, but invariably the first of..
these is that relating to sanitary condi
tiorts and the traditional rules for keep,- ,
ing in good.', physical trim. Further,
there lSi of course, the trite paradoxical ..
precaution of preparing against cholera '
by refusing to tiling, of it with Appre-'
hension. There is certainly no rational,
cause at present for a scare. Live care
fully, eat regularly, boil your, drinking.:
water and trust to the good fortune that
has shooed away many scares without
giving them any foundation. A careful,..
courageous watchfulness as to health is
one thing ; a blindjear is another. What ,
good one may do may be fairly nullified.
by the other ...
Fusion In Kansas.
St, Louis Republic. By the fusion of
the democrats' with the people's party in -Kansas
the electoral vote of that state is
hopelessly lost to the republicans. '
The democrats and the people's party
in Kansas appear to be pretty thoroughly
fused. The democrats' . have formally
indorsed the ten electors nominated by
the people's party in June as the choice
of the democratic convention . for their-,
electors. The vote on the question was
practically' unanimous, and if the rank
and file of the two parties are in accord
with their delegates this v action will
make things interesting in Kansas this
A. Board of Arbitration.
Chicago Post. An Oregon paper sug
gests and urges that the labor troubles
at Homestead be referred to a committee
for peaceful arbritration, said committee
to be, composed of Gov. William Mc
Kinley, republican protectionist; Gov.
Pattison, democratic free-trader, and ?
Terranee V Powderly, labor man, Un
doubtedly arbitration by one. means or
another is the way out . of this, weighty
trouble. But if the three gentlemen
mentioned are ; to form . the committe .
who will actas a board of arbitration for
them:,,; ..." . . .