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Tiie Dalles Daily Chronicle
OFFICIAL PAPER OK DALLK3 CITY.
AND WASCO COCNTY.
National Republican Ticket.
.... FOB I'KKSIDKKT,
W IIITEL AW v REID,
of New York.
FOR 1'liESIDEXTIAL KLECTORS,
J. F. CAPLES, of Portland.
II. li. MILLER, of Grant's Puss.
G. M. IRWI, of Union.
IX M. DUXSE, of Portland.
Elmore, San born & Co., of Astoria,
who profess to have complete returns ol
the salmon pack at the Colurnbiariver
canneries in Astoria and along the river,
on Iwth the Oregon and Washington
shores, report'as follows : "The season
has been remarkable for the scarcity in
the Columbia, of chinook salmon, the
kind on which the celebrity of this river
is based. We find, from careful esti
mates, which will include fish caught
up to date, that the twenty-two can
neriea on the Columbia river have
packed -I4S,00 cases of all grades. The
proportion of royal chinook is 248,000
cases, the remaining 200,000 cases being
composed of eteelheads and bluebacks,
which are good fish but of the inferior
quality as compared with last years'
pack, there is a decrease this season of
100,000 cases of royal chinook. The
total pack, however, exceeds that of last
year by 48,000 cases. This increase is
largely due to the larger production in
the canneries at the cascades and the
dalles, where three-fourths of the pack
were steelheads and bluebacks. The
season has been stormv: There has
been a freshet in the river all summer,
owing to the tardy melting of snow in
the mountain ranges. The canneries
have sold all their best salmon at an ad
vance on last years prices. Two ships
are now loading here with salmon for
London and one ship is loading for New
York. Advices from Alaska indicate
that the pack will be limited to one-half
that of last year, as was agreed upon in
.British Columbia. The pack on the
Eraser river Is u comparative failure, and
the total product of that country will
not exceed one-half of last year's pack."
The chief platinum producing district
of North America is upon the north fork
of the Similkameen. river, north of the
Okanogan country in British Columbia
A mining expert, writing to the London
Iron Age, sa s: "Placer mining in this
-district yields both gold and platinum,
-the latter being found, like the gold, in
grains and small nuggets. A notable
quantity of platinum has already been
obtained from this district. One firm
"in the United States claims to hare
purchased, within the last year or two,
. fully 2,000 ounces of British Columbia
platinum, and it is well known that s
portion of the yield of this district has
fonnd its way to the London market.
An increased output may be expected.
as the Tulamecn hydraulic and im
provement company has made prepara
tiona to begin hydraulic mining on a
large scale with the advent of spring.
"The conservative aud liberal-unionist
iicnopucis iuc: luuicu Ling iiiv popular
- excitement on the subject of the Rus
sian aa vance into uie I'amir region, ana
the bold attempts of the Russians to
arouse trouble in Afghanistan. The to-
. ries insist that iCussia has been encour-
.. T ... 41, A ...... ( p -vt.. 1 .. .3 .. - T
return to power to renew her aggres-
--sions near the Indian frontier. The St
Tames Gazette yesterday says that there
Us evry reason to believe attempts will
"be made bv Russia to overstep the
Afghan frontier along the whole line,
and that It is difficult to exaggerate the
gravity of the crisis. A space of less
than 100 miles separates the English
from the Russian outposts.
Rome advices say that King Humbert
will visit the Genoa Columbus Exposit
ion On September 8th.-. Greece is the
only power which . haB . not notified the
Italian government that it will be repre
sented at the grand naval demonstration
in the harbor. The. fact that France is
to send a squadron has irritated the
friends of the tripple alliance, who speak
in the press of the pushing spirit of the
French government. The Popnlo Ro
mano especially has exerted itself to let
the French know that they were not
wanted at the demonstration, despite
the fact that their government had been
notified as to date when the king would
be present. ! - ' ;
. Weaver is " in Portland, and he de
clares that "there is no power on earth
that can dofeat us." His enthusiasm
knows no bounds, but he is just one
notch behind the Eastern Washington
man who declared, after they had put
their peoples party , ticket , in . the field
recently, that it was now elected by rea
son of the action of the convention. :
- ' Always open
-the offer made by tho proprietors
of 'Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, ItV
a reward of $500 cash for an in
curable case of catarrh, no matter
how bad, or of how long standing.
They'll carry it oat, too. It's one
thing to make the offer. It's a very
different thing to make it good. It
couldn't be done, except with., an
extraordinary medicine. Bat that's
what they have. By -it's mld,
soothing, cleansing and ' healing
properties, Dr. Sage's Remedy cares
the worst cases. It doesn't simply
palliate for a time, or drive the dis
ease to the lungs. It produces' a
perfect and permanent cure. Try
it and see.
If you can't be cured, you'll be
paid. .- -. .
The only question is are yon
willing to make sthe test, if the
makers are willing to take tho
If so, the rest is easy." You pay
your druggist fifty cents and the
If you're wanting the $500 youH
get something better a cure
BEFORE YOU ORDER GOODS OF
ANY KIND IN THE FURNISH
afT onel me:
Shirts of all kinds to order, at
prices which defy competition. Other
eooda in proportion.- P. FAGAN,
Second et.. The Dalles.
Sole Agent for WANNAMAKER& BROWN,
Second St., 0pp. Hood's Stable,
THE DALLES, - - - OBSGON.
Will repair your fine Buggies
and Carriages, shoe your fine
Driving Horses,1 and in fact do
all your blacksmitbing in the
finest style. Satisfaction guar
anteed. GUNNING & flOepifltf ,Props.
J. L. FISHER. W. J. M0XT AGUE.
-PROPRIETORS OF TUE-
Elite Shaving Parlors
SECOND STBEET. THE DALLES, OR,
Gentlemen will find THE ELITE
fullv ud to the times in everv resnect,
Hair Cutting in the best manner, in
every style of the art. Smooth Shaving
ana rertecc liatns.
Hours : Everv dav and evfininsr dur
ing the week. Closed on Saturday eve
nings after 10 o'clock. Open on Sun
days trom 7 a. in. to 12 o'clock noon. ; .
Stubling g Williams.
THE DALLES, - OREGON
jCffiDealers in Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. - Milwaukee Beer on Draught.
j W. F. Wiseman,1
Saloon and Wine Room,
The Dalles, - Oregon.
Northwest corner of Second and
The St. Charles Hotel,
This old. DODular 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
with every modern convenience. '. Rates
reasonable. A good restaurant attached
to the house. I rer bus to and from all
j C. W. KNOWLES, Prop.:
The Ic Wagon. -
-The ice wagon of Gates &'AKison is on
the streets every ' morning fromr 6 to S
o'clock. Any orders for ice- left iwith
Will Vanbibber's express brtit the store
of Ghas. Laner will be promptly at
tended to. ' Cates & Al.MSOS.
County Treasurer's Nlic-. '
", . All county- warhiifts' 'registered prior
to March 13, 1889, will be, paid; if pre
sented at my office, .'corner .Third and
Washington streets. Interest ceases on
and after this date. ' v .
TheDalles, July 16, ISO?.
7.18tf Treasurer Wasco County, Or.
Administrators Sale of Horses. :
la: pursuance of . an order, of the
coanly court,' of : Wasco county, dated
July 15th, 1892, 1 will sell as a.wholc or
in lots, all the band of mares, geldings
and colts, also one "Black Stranger"
stallion, a fine LorecT-and good breeder,
belonging to.the estate of the late, WwJ
Meins. . These are good well bred
horses, many of them w-oke to work.
They will be sold for cash or approved
J. C. Mein-s, Administrator,
of the Estate of W. J. Meius.
NEPTUNE SLAVING PARLORS AND BATH ROOMS.
UO FKOST 8T1SEET,
fit the old stand of H. Ltushet. Chas. Frazep, Prop.
IVE AIER . &
SiJtCLJ V V UUU amd CrabApple
GROCERIES, sfM, HARDWARE
TlN'NlMG' AND' PL.UMBIKQ j A.' SPECIALTY, -i 1 "
Leave orders cor. Third and Union, orT.33 Second sti
THK; DALLES, OR.,
Hay, Grain, Feed & Flour.
HEADQUARTERS FOR POTATOES. TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
It behooves everyone, especially the workingman," 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.
Cash paid for eggs and poultry. All goods delivered free and promptly
- Corner Union and Second streets, The Dalles, Oregon.
Crockery and G-lassware, . - . -
Platedware, Cutlery, Lamps, .
Toys and Notions, Bmm6cks"
Fishing Tackle, Stationery, Etc
Agent for NEW HOME and WHITE SEWING MACHINES.
- & Koedloa and attachments for all machine.
Cigars and Totoaooo.
18 Second St L. RORDEN 8i GO.,'i8lrSecbfiil St.
H. C. NIE LS6N .
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises;-
CORNER. OF SECOKD AJSB WASHINGTON, THE DALLES, OREGON.
SITUATED AT THE HEAD OF NAVIGATION.
Destined to be the Best
Manufacturing Center in
the Inland Empire.
For Further Inrormatlon
0. D. TAYLOR file Dalles, Or.
, ICE! ICKI 1CXI
"Having otv.hand a Jafgat supply of ice
we are' prepared to furnish our custom
ers with Ice in any quantity at a reason
able rate- . We guarantee we will supply
the", demand without advancing prices
throughout the season. Leave orders at
C. F. Laaer's store, Second street. "
e-2tf - ,. - , . Gates & Allison.
- All ; DalJt-S . 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, 1892.
L. KOBDEN, '
If. .- Treae. Dalles City.
Candiss, Fraiis, Nnts, Soia Water,
;.' Ice Cream, Tobacco and Cigars. .
first Class Syrups for Saloons and
Soda fountains, Ete :
Kext door to WJuijhle's Hnll
THK IJALLKS. OHFXON.
DEALER H?- - V ' 1 -
, Best Selling Property of
the Season In. the North
west. . .
Call, at the Office of "i .
72 f asMnnton SW Poitakflr.
- TH E CE LEBRHTE D '
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
This" well-known Brewer; is now torning oat the best Beer and Pprter
east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health
ful Beer have been introduced, and only the first-class article will be placed of )
the market. -
The batch String is Aiuiays Out I
SbririA pinH ;Snmmfr . season
"Tint twrir arn thlniN
FaXUng, like dew, upon a themght, produces ' '"' --.
, That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think.
WIS TRUST TO I.VTKRKST AJfU DO TOC GOOD.
THE DALLES MERCANTILE CO.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE DALLES.
HEW SPRIHfi RIID SflfUfilER DBlf GOODS
COMPLETE IN EVERY. DEPARTMENT : i
ing, Gents' Faroijhing Gbods, Hats; Gaps;;
Boots and Shoes.
Ifull Assortment of the Leading Manufacturers.
Cash Bayers mill save money by examining-our stock
- and prices boFepaFchasiM elseoihere
- - . -..: Open from July 1st to October 1st.
. -'.Xhif picturesque JhofiiUcry, built of silver, Jir? logs. auU rooted eecarelyoa ti
ease of a precipice on the north side of Mount -Hood is within fifteen, minntea
walk of the perpetual ice and enow of Eliot Glacier, 7,000 feet above, the ae
level, twenty-seven miles from Hood River, over the. finest roada in the United
States. Fare for tho round trip $8.00 ; rates per day $3.50. , ,
tt ' The, Tabie ' Cloud. Cap Inn i supplied with everything the market aSSr&s.'
Hot and cold baths, etc., the best of guides will take you to the top of Mount Hood
by the best practicable routes, which are from the Inn. .. - i
S KI B BE
Sri- -'IZS- '-
WM: BUTLER & CO.
Lumber, Lime. Plaster, Hair; ami Cement! T'
A libera! discount to the trade
JEFFERSON STREET," between Second
TH E EU ROPE AN HOUSE,
The Corrugated Building next loor to Court Hooi.:'i.- -'.
' Handsomely Tnniisiied' Booms to RenUyJe Dayl;Weei or Hpntb. , tr s
Meals' Prepareil1 by -a -First f Class English Cook.
" : . - . , ' I j "
TRANSIENT PATRONAGE' SOLICFTED. ;
Good Sample Rooms 'fof; Commercial Men. . '
and - j . .
WALTEf? H: TENNV" & Cti;.
BOSTON. WKSS. -
A. LANGILiLE, Manager.
Rough and Dressed
in all lines handled by us.
THE DALLES, OR