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The Dalles Daily Chronicle,
OFFICIAL PAPER OF I1AXLK6 CITY.
AKI WASCO COCNTY.
of New York.
FOK PUJCSIWKSTIAL ELKCTOIiS,
J. F. CAPL.ES, of Portland.
H. li. MILLER, of Grant'e Pass.
. M. IRWIN, of Union.
D. M. DUNNE, of Portland.
WIT A T A USTRALIA WA NTS.
The Melbourne-, Australia, Argus, of
May 14tb, 1892, in an editorial on the
political situation in the United States
' and the approaching presidential elec
tion, enys :
As regards free trade, the demo
crats are inclined to alter their tactics,
iind instead of demanding wholesale
tariff" changes to ak for the redress of
grievances in detail. The battle will
rage as before (in 1S88; alout Australian
wool. The manufacturers are declaring
that thev want Australian wool, and
they put in the plea of light taxes on
raw materials. The democrats are glad
of this. assistance, as they argue that if
the woen manufacturers will help them
this campaign, the sheep farmers will
be on their side in reducing charges
itarifton woolen goods) a little later on
at next election for members of con
gress.) We are quite able to understand
he value to Australia of a democratic
The last sentence of the above extract
should be pondered by every American
voter. Australia desires the success of
the democratic party, not for the benefit
. of the people of the United States, but
-for the advantage Australians would
thereby gain at the expense, and to the
Injury -of. our American citizens. Dem
ocratic success means free wool, and
"diieinieans the ruin of the wool industry
in the United States, and this means
that lands now devoted to the grazing of
sheep must be employed in producing
more wheat, and corn and oats, thug in
creasing the product and reducing the
price of these crops to our farmer. It
means still more a reduced demand, be
cause sheep husbandry makes a demand
.for hay corn, oats and other farm pro
ducts. When we import wool we
practically import the hay and
grain that produces it. The wool indus
. try is the only industry of farmers not
v.jverduiie ami the democrats propose to
tliik-e this from them, and injure what
remains. The manufacturers who aid
the democrats for their demand for free
wool should take notice that the Argus
foresees that if the manufacturers force
'ree wool on "the sheep farmers" the
latter will demand and secure free wool
.,en goods, and thus wool growing and
- .wool manufacturing will perish by the
. same suicidal nolicv of free-trade.
"United we stand, divided we fall."
chronic weaknesses peculiar to the
female sex;. They go, with the use
of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion. Periodical pains, weak back,
tearing-down sensations, nervous
prostration, all " female complaints "
are cured by it. It is purely vege
table and perfectly harmless' -a
powerful general, as well as uterine,
tonic and nervine, imparting vigor
and strength to the whole system.
It costs you nothing if it fails to
give satisfaction. It's guaranteed
to do so, in every case, or the money
is refunded. It can be guaranteed
for it does it. No other medicine
for women is sold on such terms.
That's the .way its makers prove
their faith in it. Contains no alco
hol to inebriate ; no syrnp or sugar
to derange digestion ; a legitimate
medicine, not a beverage. Purely
vegetable and perfectly harmless in
any condition of the system.
World's Dispensary Medical As
sociation, Proprietors, No. 663 Main
Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
I have no hesitancy in recommending
Chamberlain's Colic,-? Cholera- and
Diarrhoea Remedy to the:public; as 1 do
to my friends anti ! patrons. -- I used .it
myself after other weU-knqwiiremedies
had failed, and it cured me .in a few
minutes. I recommend it candidly and
cheerfully upon .it .merits, -.not. from:,
financial stand-point, because I have
others in stock on which I make a larger
profit, but because Chamberlain's is the
best remeuy i Know oi ior uuii tum
plaints. There is no doubt about it, it
does the work James Forgy, Druggist,
McVeytown, Penn. For sale by
Blakelev & Houghton, druggists, d&w
The Ice Wugron." .
The ice wagon of Cates & Allison is on
the streets every morning from 6 lo 8
o'clock. Any orders for ice left with
Will Vanbibber's express or at the etore
of Chas. Laner will be promptly at
tended to. Catks & Aiaison.
County Treasurer's Notice.
All county warrants registered prior
to March 13, 1889, will be paid if pre
sented at mv office, cornervThird and
Washington streets. Interest ceases on
and after this date.
The Dalles, July 16, 18fl2.
7.18tf Treasurer Wasco County, Or.
; ICK! ICKt ICKt
' ' Having on hand a large supply of ice
wo are prepared to lurnish Sur custom
ers with ice in any quantity at reeaon-abIajrate.-:iWe
guarantee we will euppljr
the .demand: without ad vanwrig;-.1 prices
throughout the season. Leave orders at
C. T. Laser s store, Second street. . .
- 5-tItl Catks & Allison.
AUGUST BUCHLER, Proper.
All Dallee City warrant registered
prior to October 7. 1890, will be paid if
presented at ray office,
from and after this date.
Dated July 7th. 189-2
. L. ROEDKX,
tf. Treas.. Dalles City
This well-known Brewery is now turning out the best'.Beer and Porter
Interest ceases I east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good bealth-
ful Beer have been introduced, and only the first-class article will be placed on
the market. ' "
, U i: ' ' . The UatcH Sttfing is F
The Hatch Stfing 'is Alrjuays Oat I
Second St., 0pp. Hood's Stable,
THI- UALI.ES, , - - - OKKGOX.
Will repair your tine Baggies
and Carriages", shoe your fine
Driving Horses, and in fact do
a!l your blacksmitbing in the
finest style. Satisfaction guar
anteed. GUMlfiG & HOCpiAfl ,Props.
A nicely furnished bedroom, with or
without board, applv at this office.
Saved a Woman's Lire.
Mr. J. 15. Thoroughgood, writing irom
Georgetown. Delaware, says: "1 wo tea
spoonfnls of Chamberlain's Colic.
I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy saved
the life of Mrs. Jane Thomas, of this
place. He also states that several
other very bad cases of bowel complaint
there have been cured by this remedy.
For sale by Blajceley " & Houghton,
I druggists. d&w
Tilt- Old Timet are Not In It.
While at our other store at Big Island,
Va., last April. I was taken with a very
Revere attack of diarrhena. I never had
it worse in mv life. 1 tried several old-
time remedies, 6uch as Blackberry Wine,
Paiwiir mid Tjindannm without eet-
ting anv relief. . My attention was then
called to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
on I T;-iT-riri'n Remedv bv Mr. R. C.
Tinsley who bad been handling it there,
and in" less :han five minutes after tak
ing a small dose I was entirely relieved
6. G. Burfokd, JHarris Creek,)
Amherst uo., va. or saie Dy oiaseiey
& Houghton, druggists. d&w
HvcoeMors to G K. DMhwn.
Drafts and Chemists. I
Fire DtTip afl-Mcfe;
Dispensing Physicians' Preoptions a Specialty.
Night Druggists afways in Attendance.
Cor. Second 'and Union Sts.
THE PALLE8, OK BOON.
"Bat words are thine
FUUng, like dew, up
. and a small dron of ink. .
UDon a thought, oroctnee .. .
That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think.
VK . TRUST TO I5TERSST AND DO TOW GOOD.
Buy Out? Shoes J-r
-MANUFACTURED .BY z
WALTER H. TEN NY &
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, pc
All kinds of repalriiBR a specialty, and all wor
fiiHrTit(wl And iri vmntlv atteuded to.
Call and bee his stock of clocks before you I
leave aa order elsewnere
THE DALLES MERCANTILE
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE DALLES.
THE EUROPEAN HOUSE.
The Corrng-ttted Baildlng next Door to Conrt Houm. ' .
: Handsomely FTirnlstiM Room '; to Bent by tne Day, eei or MontL
Meals Prepared by a First Class English Cook.
Administrators Sale of Horses.
J. L. FISHER.
.-PROPFwIETORS OF THE
Elite Shavine Parlors
SECOND STEEET. THE DALLES, OB.
. Ia pursuance of aa order of the
county court, of Wasco county, dated
Julv loth. 1892. 1 will eell as a whole or
W. J. MONTAGUE, in Jots, all the band of mares, geldings
ana cons, also one - xjiacK ewauger
etallion, a fine horse and good breeder,
belonging to the estate of the late W. J.
Meins. Theee are good - well bred
horses, many of them broke to work.
They will be sold for cash or approved
J. C. Meixs, Administrator,
of the Estate of W. J. Meins.
I04- Second. Street,
ICE! ICE! ICE!
TRANSIENT PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Good Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
Having over 1000 tons of ice on band,
we are now prepared to receive .orders,"
wholesale or retail, to be delivered
throueh the summer. Parties contract
ing with us will,, be carried through the
entire ; ,': season j.wcruoiTT advance t
prick,- nd may depend that we have
noining uui .
pure; IhealthfOL' ICE
Cut from mountain water; no- slough of
'Leave orders at the Columbia. Candy
Factorv. 104 Second street, or Ice
W. S. CRAM, Manager.
MfS. H- FRRSEH, Pfopf.
S K I fB B E H OtE L-,
Cntlemen 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 Perfect Baths.
Hours : Everv day and evening dur
ing the week. Closed on Saturday eve
nings after 10 o'clock. Open on Sun
days from V a. in. to 12 o'clock noon.
Hay, Grain, Feed & Flour.
HEADQUARTERS FOR POTATOES. TERMS STRICTLY CASH-
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. A m o
A good deal of curiosity was exited by
Mr. Edison's statement some time ago
that he was about to bring out an elec
tric railway trolley through which it was
.possible to "pick up'' the current from
- -a,condtk:tor on the ground through mud
--and -dirt. A patent has been granted
' or this device which consists of a wheel
from whose vim steel spikes project out
ward. As the car moves along and the
wheel turns the lowermost spikes are in
contact with the rail and are pushed in
through the wheel flanges. They are re
stored to their normal condition by the
pressure of springs which projeet them
against the conductor. The spikes are
placed so close together that there is
always a sufficient number in contact
with the conductor to make a connect
ion of the necessary conductivity. It
:will readily be seen that a wheel of this
discription can stalk along and with its
pointed stepl spikes pierce its way to a
connection', or rather to connections,
under conditions 'where a solid rim with
but one flat point of contact would be
Stubling t Williams.
It behooves evervone, especially the workineman, to buy
where he can buy the cheapest and can get the most for his
hard earned money- We solicit a share of your patronage.
Dealers in Wines. Liquors and
Cigars. Milwaukee Beer on Draught.
There are six territories yet to be ad
mitted as states, and the probability is
. that one or two of them will come in
next year. LTtah.-ie. well entitled to
statehood, as regards population ; and
wealth; but has properly been kept out
! because of polygamy practiced by a large
proportion of its people.
W. F. Wiseman,
Saloon and Wine Room
Cash paid for eggs and poultry. All goods delivered free and promptly
Corner Union and Second streets, The Dalles, Oregon.
MAIBR & BENSON j
DEALERS IN .
SKJiXXJ V V XJJJLJ AND CrABAPPLE
oud CapInn is supplied with everything tne marise anoras.
etc., the best of guidee will take you to the top bf Jflotm Hood
routes, which ar from'tn liui. .. . (1 , ,
TINNING AND PLUMBING A SPECIALTY.
of Second and lieave Orders cor. uuu auu uuiuu, a. w w v.
The St. Charles Hotel,
PORTLAND. OREGON. PUUIT ,) ARS.
This old, popular and reliable house
lias ueen eoureiy reiuruiaucu, buu j
' Opeo fpom July 1st to Oetobeir 1st.
Tkio -rjtnraannn hnatlorv. built of silver fir Ioets. 'and rooted securely on th
edireof a torecipice on the north side of Mount "Hood is within fifteen, minute
level, twenty-seven milea from Hood -River,' over the finest roads in the United
, oiaies. JD ure lor iuc ruuuu .w, .
The Table at Cli
Hot and cold baths,
by the best practicable i
W. A. IiANGrTTiTiE, Kanager.
compLete in. eveby department. .
Clothing, Gents' Furtiishingf Goods, , jts; Cajps,
Boots and Shoes.
- . 4 - ... I . ; ....
Full Aesortment of the Leading 'Manufacturers.
-tVHuBSAI.K OK KET.UL
room has been reoane
and newlv carneted ..throuehout.r - The I
house contains 170 rooms and is supplied
with every modern convenience. ' ' Rates 1
reasonable. A pood restaurant attached
to the house. Free bus to and from all
. C. W. KNOWLES, Prop.
red and repainted Crockery and Grlass"wato
. 6. 8CHKNCK,
Plated-wure, Cutlery, Lamps, . ,v
' Toys kndf Notions, Hammocks,
.' Tishing Tackle, Stationery, Etc
HOME and WHITE "SEWING - MACHirifc.&.
Needles and attachments for all machines, ""d
18 Second St L. RORDEN & GO., M Second St.
JEIJCraEASSESih save nbey? byeitannnmg
ahd .prices before 'ptirasiiig "elsemhefre.
Agent for - NEW
The Walla . AValla Statesman is au
thority for the statement that a wild
man is making his annual visit to sheep
herders along the John Day. His .re
ported presence is creating much excite
ment there; and an organized effort may
be made to capture him.
The second annual lawn tennis tourna
thent for the championship of the
2'acilie northwest will be heldatTacoma
beginning on the 17th of next month.
It promises to be 'well attended and
great interest is being already manifested
first Rational Bank!
-. - OREGON I
A General Banking Business transacted
iJepomta.receivea, auoject to 6igm
i Draft or Check.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
remiiiea on aay oi coiieciion.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold ou
New iorK, tsan rancisco ana rort-land.
PAUL KR EFT &
:"' '' ' : ' DEALERS IN ' : " "'' '"
PAINTS, OILS AND . GLASS,
: And the Most Complete and the Latest Patterns and Designs in
; jar-practical Painters and Paper Hangers ' None but the best branas oi tne
Rh-WiUiama and J. W. Masury's Paints used m a u onr. wosk, nu
D. P. Thompson. Jno. 8. Bchkmcs.
Ed. M. Williams, Gao. A,
H. M. Beali,.
the most skilled workmen employed
chemical combination or soap mixture.
orders promptly attende a to. . - .
I Store and Paint Shop oorner Third and Washington Sts.,
A first class article in all colors. "
The Dalles, Oregon
1 ; 3
BUTLER & CO.,
Building Material, Rough and
Lumber, Lime, Plaster, Hajr; and Cement.
A liberal discount to - the Itradr' in : aH Jllines; rldred ty us.
JEFFEBSON STREET, between Second and Biaihroad.
THE DALLES, OE