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"Hie Dalles Daily Chronicle.
OFFICIAL PAPKIt Or D'AU.ES ClTT.;
.'. - ' . AND WASCO COUHTY. , ';
. of Indiana.
- ;foi: vice-president,
' ofiSen- Yorlc.
F.Oli VKESIDEXtlAI. KlltttOUf ,
F. CAPLES, pi Portland. ! J
B. MILLER, of GrantVPne?.
M. IRWIN, of Union.
M. DUNNE, of Portland.
There are 03,000,000 people in the
United ' States, and C2,000,000 of thetn
would like to sec Corbett whip Sullivan,
at New Orleans on the 7th . The Boston
brute is tolerated only because he is a
champion. Whatever admiration ho
exacts is due to bin physical superiority
over all other men. Destroy that supe
riority and interest will cease in his
movements and intentions. Sullivan
seems to realize this. He comprehends
that this is a crisis in his unique career,
and that the country in general,- and his
enemies in particular, would rejoice to
see him downed. . He is, therefore,
amenable to the .discipline of his traiu-
ers, and is doing everything that can be
done to plac6 himself in line condition
for the contest. This conviction, cou
- pled with his dogged determination and
wonderful powers . of endurance, will
cause him to fight desperately for con
tinued -supremacy. Much as he likes
money, and great as are his needs in
that respect, he will light foi" the belt
rather than the purse. -
- In sporting circles John L. rules - the
favorite, although Corbett has a great
deal of moneyed backing; generally at
odds of $70 to $100. Corbet's backers
do net pretend to say that their rain is
the pugilistic prodigy that Sullivan has
been. They merely claim that Mr. Sul
livan is n it the man he once was, a con
viction that is shared also by Sullivan's'
friends; and that the time has arrived
for him to be downed and Corbett is the
man to do the -work. Unless Corbett
should give Sullivan a knock-out blow he
would have to beat him into slow in
sensibility before the Bostonian would
give up. If he should succeed, however,
in displacing the champion, the downfall
of the latter would be sure and speedy
Grief, rage and various exceeses -w6uld
make short work of him.
Here is a little gem of real Jacksonian
democracy, uttered by Mr. Jackson him
self: ''We have been too long subject
to the policy of British merchants. It
is time we should become a little Amer
icanized ; and instead of feeding - the
paupers and -laborers of England, feed
our own, or else in a short time (by
continuing our present policy) we shall
be renderd panpers ourselves." The
"present policy" alluded to was a
purely revenue tariff. Mr. Jackson's
views are particularly commended to
those democrats who are prating about
Jacksonian democracy in one breath and
calling for a revenue tariff-in the next.
"' Something is lost
jTwhen you use Vr. bage's Catarrh
Remedy. It's, Catarrh. The worst
cases yield to its mild, , soothing,
cleansing, andj I heeding properties.
No matter Low Tiad your case, or' of
now lOTifj standing, you can be cured.
Incurable cases fire rare. It's worth
$500 tor vou. if' vou have one. The
: manufacturers of Tr. Sage's Remedy
are looking for them. They'll pay
you that amount in cash, if they
can't euro you. . It's a plain square
offer 'from a responsible business
house, and they mean it. . It seems
too one-sided, too much of a risk.
It would be with any other medi
cine behind it. It only goes to prove
what's been said : incurable cases
are rare with Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy. - .
Other so-called remedies may pal
liate for a time ; . this cures for alt
time. By its mild, soothing,' cleans
ing and healing properties, it con
quers the worst cases, it removes
offensive breath, loss, or impairment
of .the sense of taste, smell or hear
ing, watering or weak eyes, when
caused by the violence of Catarrh,
as they all frequently are, -;
Remedy sold by druggists, only
BEFORE YOU ORDER GOODS OF
ANY KIND IN THE FURNISH-
ING LINE, '
Call emc! See me
Shirts of all kinds to order, at
prices which defy competition. Other
gooas in proportion. . r auan,
second et., The jjaiies.
Sole Agent lor WANNAMAKER & BROWN,
Emma Godman, the anarchist, used
to live in Philadelphia, and it is related
that once when the house cat captured
a srurrow she "nearlyr fainted at the
eight." She rescued the bird, tenderly
nursed it back to life, and when it died
- some time afterward she buried it with
tears in the back yard. In view of this
-exhibition of tenderness of heart on the
part of the "anarchist queen"' it would
be interesting to know whether ehe
.would jump on a chair at sight of a
The Douglas County Democrat states
that there is every indication that the
land along the Columbia now held in
abeyance because of alleged errors in
the survey may be thrown open to set
tlement soon. The matter is now under
consideration by the treasury depart
ment. This tract comprises some of the
finest fruit lands in that section.
- Gen. Beauregard passed through Ten
nessee the other day en route to Yellow
Sulphur Springs, and while he was in
Bristol several men who served under
him over thirty years ago, at the time
he fired on Fort Stimpter, called to pay
" their respects. The general is now 75
years of age, but he is in fine condition
The republican senate paesed up an
amendment providing for the openingof
the Columbia river. The democratic
house voted It down and refused to ap
propriate a dollar. How. long would
it take to open the river at this rate.
Mr. Harrison's letter of acceptance
will probably be given to the public to
morrow. And it won't carry joy to the
heart of Great Britain either. .
By the time the student has mastered
air the long words of science his eye
eight is too far gone, to make manydls
coTftries. - - .' - ' '
Will repair your fine -Buggies
and Carriages', shoe your fine
Driving Horses, and in fact do
all your blacksmitbing in the
finest style. Satisfaction guaranteed.
GUflfllflG & HOCKIVIflH .Props.
J.-L. FISHER. W.J.MONTAGUE.
PROPRIETORS OF THE-"
Elite Shaving Parlors
Bath Rooms. ;
SEOOJfD STREET. THE DALTiES, 0E.
Gentlemen will find THE ELITE
fully up to the times la every respect.
Hair Cutting in the beet manner, in
every style of the art. Smooth Shaving
and Perfect Baths.
Hours : Every day and evening dur
ing the week. Closed on Saturday eve
nines after 10 o'clock. Open on Sun
days trom 7 a. m. to 12 o'clock noon
CIIA9. 8TUBL1NG. '-
Stubling & Williams.
The Gef mania,
THE DALLES, -; OREGON
"Dealers in Wines. Liauora --and
Cigars. Milwaukee. Beer on Draught.
W. F. Wiseman,
Saloon and fine-Room,
The Dalles, - Oregon.
Northwest corner of : Second, and
Court Streets. .
The St. Charles Hotel,
- This old. popular and reliable - house
has been entirely refurnished, and every
room has been repapered and repainted
and -newly- carpeted throughout. The
nouse contains lu rooms and is suppueck
with every modern convenience. Kates
reasonable.- - A good restaurant attached
to the house. Frer bus to and from all
C. W. KNOWLES, Prop.
The Ice Waron
The ice wagon of Catefl & Allison ion
the streets every morning from 6 to 8
o'clock. Any orders for. ice fofVarith
Will Vanbibber's express or at the store
of Chas. Laner. .will be promptly- at
tended to. - - ' Catjm,& AixnoN.
County Treasurer' Notice.' J'....-v
.. All county warrants 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.- - ,. .,----. ,
. The Ialles,iJuly, t,U8&.5
7.18tr Treasurer Wasco Countv. Or.
mm .-';":-; ;v.
A lielIallo Man.
M. J. Griner, a Justice of the Peace
at Print, Michigan,' says one bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy saved his life. He bad
been down with bloody flux-for three
weeks when he commenced using this
medicine. - It soon cured him, and he
believes saved his life. He also says it
saved the lives of three railroad men in
that vicinity. 'Squire Griner is a re
liable and conscientious man, and what
ever be says can be depended upon.
For sale by Blakely & Houghton, drug
gists. - .
- . icbi ; ICS! -: IOXt
-Having on hsfnd a large supply of ice
we are prepared to furnish our custom
ers with, ice In- any quantity at a reasonable-rate.-
- We guarantee we will supply
the"- demand without advancing prices
throughout the season. , Leave- orders at
C.-F. Lauer's store, Second street. -
&-2tf- ', , ...... Gates & Aluson.
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. " ; NOTTCK." ' "-;
"All Dalles Citv . warrants registered
prior to October 7, 1890, will be paid if
presented at my office. Interest ceases
from and after this date! -"L. r .
i Dated July :7th, 1 S02. ; - --'
'" ' ? - - L. Roedkh ,
tf- ; Trcae. Dalles City. .
CaMies, FMis,Nuts,Soda Water,
" Ice Cream, ToMcca and
V " MANCJAfcTUBER OF .
First Class Syrups for Saloons ami
. N Soda poantaiiis, V
Next door to Wingate's Hall
... THE CELEBRHTED
. AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
This weU-known'Brewery is now turning oaf the best Beer and Porter
east of the Cascades. -The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health
ful Beer have been introduced, and onlyjhe fjrs-laf article will be placed on-
The Itajbsh S tiring isRlujays Out T
Sprii7 ar)d : Slimmer,
vSik """S thlnf3' aI", small droj. oi In,
That which makes thousaudsrperhapa miUlons, thiuk.- -.
WK TKDST TO ijJTERfiST: ASD" DO ".SOU OOOD
Boy Outi Sho6s W
J. S. COOPER,
Corner Barn, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois.
The Largest and Only Strictly Commission Dealer
ia Horses in the United States.
Commencingjhe 3rd of August and every; mouth throughout the year will hold
Special' Extensively Advertised 'Sales of
WESSRN R7NG1 HORSES
Reference : Chicago Katfonal Bank, Chicago, III. ' Wfit6 fflf PaitiCtllarS
lVCA:rE)R & BENTON
(sT-rT- X A Fir, Pine. Ash
WWX-L V V KJKJ J-J AND CRARAPPT.R
GROCERIES, ST&vrffEV HARDWARE
TINNING AND PLUMBING A SPECIALTY.
Leave orders cor. Third and UnioD. or 133 Second st.
THE DALLES. OR. V A -
Hay, Grain, Feed & Flour
HEADQUARTERS FOR POTATOES. TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
It behooves uvoryone, especially the workinsmau. to buv
wnere ne can -Duty-tne cneapest and can get the most for Ins
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.
NEFTCNE SHAVING PARLORS AND BATH ROOMS.
UO FRONT 8TKEET,
THE DAI.I.BS, OREGON."
Rt the old stand of f?. Liusher. Chas. Frazeir, Pf op.
H. C. NIE LS6N,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps, Trunks and-Valises,
. a-oxx-to JSaLyTi 1 wli ins O-ooda,
COENEE OF SECOND AND WASHINGTON. THE DALLES, OREGON.
SITU ATED AT THE HEAD OF NAVIGATION.
Destined to be the Best .
Manufacturing Center in
the Inland Empire.' ;- -; ' v
- Best Selling Property of
"the Season In the North
west. - .
Fori Further Information Call at the Office of
Interstate Investment : Go.,
0. D. TAYL0R Tie Dalles, Or. : 72 .WasMiiitoiiSL; Portlani, Oil
-MANUFACTCRKD BY . - . . ' . ' : .
WALTER H. TEN NY 4, CO.,
THE DALLES MERCANTILE CO.
Sni P AP.FNTft PHD TUP HAI 1 c-o
;-:r'";- "" - - "--...aijii
' ' Open from July '1st to Oetobei 1st. '
lPli,t?ry,J,uii) fir lo."and rooted eecorely on the
5? of Precipice on the north side of Mount Hood is within fifteen minutes
wJf ? lh? Pe'Pe1 V Eliot Glacier, 7,000 feet above the eea
4L,-t1nty"!eVeu mllea i?1 UWer over the finest roads in the'United
Btates. Fare for the romtd trip 8.00; rates per day $8.60. - '
n ..ThoTaWaUciond Cap Inn is'enpplied with everything the market affords.
u d 'i18' K;he best of guides will take you to-the top of Monnt Hood
by the best practicable routes, which are from the Inn.
. tjiijijr?-. - -..'"-' '- - ---- - - "
W. A. IiANGrlLIJS, Manager.
COMPLETE IN KVEKY. DEPARTMENT. '
Clothing, Gents' Finishing Goods, Hats Gaps,
Boots and Shoes.
- " Full Assortment of the JLeading Man ufacturers. . .
Cash Bayers mill save money by examining oarstck
. and prices before parehasing elseraher.
SKIB BE fHOTEL
0 i- I p 1 v ; ) it iff jt 'i
S r2 i fefailJLli,
- -So a
WM. BUTLER & CO.,
Building Material, Rough and Dressed
Lumber,1 time. Plaster, Hair and Cement:
A liberal discount to the trade in ?9 Jines Ii2s3ld fcy., us.
JEFFSKSON STREET, between Second and Railroad, V' THE DALLES, OB
THE- EUROPEAN HOUSE.
; ' Tie Corrnffited Bnlldiag next Door to Conrt House.
. EanasoiMy; Fnrnistrea r Rooms to Eent iiy M Daf eet or Montti: 5 A
Meals Prepared by a First Class English Cook,
; TRANSIENT PATRONAGE SblilCITEDi
- M ' Good Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.- - -UT : ..- .