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The Dalles Dally Chroniele.
entered a the Postoffice at Tho- Dalles, Oregon,
as second-class matter.
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Special rates for long Uma notioea.
All local notices received later than S o'clock
rill appear the following day..
Gents Hoeery at John C. Hertz. See
new ad today.
Mr. C. J. Bright of Wasco, is at the
fJmatilla house today.
Those who are not convinced that there
is always room at the top should consult
a clerk at a summer hotel.
A gray horse, branded with- a frying
i pan, owner unknown, was killed on the
tracknear Rowena Saturday night.
Tho Dalles and Hood "Elver base ball
clubs will compete at ibfl- fair, grounds
tomorrow for a prize, ftt 1:130. p. m. . A
general free for all invitation is extended
to the public. ,
K The Omaha Bee reports a marked sub
sidence of the third party movement
throughout the middle west.' When the
American- farmer puts bis thinker to
work h? is sometimes a little hasty in
his conclusions; but he can be relied
upon every time to get' back into the
right road. ,
Forest fires north of Spokane warped
200 yards of railway so tnuch "put of
shape as to be useless, andconfaied
several cars. The fire now covers aNgast
expanse of heavily timbered country
and ia beyond all control. A' fresh
breeze is blowing and- no one knows
where it will stop. ".
Veteran Firemen. .
rue state volunteer firemen associa
tion issned the following circular to the
officers and members of The Dalles fire
-department: " "
Gentlemen: You are cordially in
vited to take part in the. First Annual
Parade of the Volunteer Firemen's As
sociation of the state of Oregon, which
will'take place on the 6th of Sept., 1892,
in the city of Portland. . -The line of
march will be formed on "that day. at
one o'clock p. m. " sharp. . The right
hand of fellowship will be freely and
heartily extended to alt volnnteer fire
men to join us, each company, will elect
three (3) delegates to the state conven
uon, ana eacn company . mu ce repre
sented by the appointment of one men
heron the committee of arrangements.
- Let every company- be fully fepre-
sedted and make this one of .the ' grand'
est parade! that has ever taken place in
the state. There will be .a meeting . of
the committee at the rooms of the -Veteran
Firemen's Association on Saturday
evening. i ' ;
Last evening responding to the' . call,
there and together at the council cham
ber Messrs. Robt. Holman, A. D. Tuffts
and Geo." Clark, of Portlapd, and Messrs.
Judd Fish, John BlarortRichkrd Closter,
Geo. A. Liebe, Aug. Buchler, Shm Klein,
J. HWood.'.W, H. Batta, B. Wolfe,
Lemke, A. J.; Mosesi Henry Whitmore,
H. ClouRh,iBeiT Wilson," Geo.' Mtinger,
Frank Eoach F. W. L. Skibbe, D. C.
Ireland, Louis Payette, Jerome "Lauer,
" and others. ; . " " ' - ' " '' '
It was moved that the veterans attend
the 1st annual meeting, and that Chief
Engineer Fish "caMt a meeting of "tho de
partment Aug. 30th, Tuesday next, to
consider the subject.
" : -c-i. Received today. the following Laces:
i : - - Point d'Irlande,
- c Maltese Laces, .
- -. Fancy Cotton Laces,
Denelle Orientale, ....
". '.. Black Spanish, , .
; j situ' S-flii tt Hi fait ytfMiHi!MUtX i
fBlaclc (Juipure, '
Pillow Case Laces, Etc.
PEASE & MAYS.
Somebody sends samples of Oregon
onyx to Buffalo. The reporter says :
One of the most ' attractive, rich and
costly displays is" the show of onyx and
the uses to which it is put, made by
Messrs. Lantz & Co. No. 861 Main street,
Buffalo. Most prominence is given to
valuable specimens of the rarely beauti-
ful onyx discovered by Mr. Lautz daring
his recent trip to the Pnget slope. The
value of the precious stone lies in its
translucency. - The specimens and
many others on exhibition at their store
are the most perfect in this quality of
any onyx that has ever been found.
And the fact that Messrs. Lautz & Co.,
control the output of the three most val
uable quarries on this continent gives
them absolute control also of the Amer
ican market for the finer grades of man
ufactured articles. . One magnificent
slab over five feet in length commands
much attention from those who are in
terested in artistic and rich house-fur
nishings, and this is supplemented by
smaller slabs of great beauty, tables,
lamps, workboxes, etc., all of which are
taken from the ' regular stock at their
retail store. ' The exquisite combination
effect of onyx and brass is fully illus
Col. Chapman Bill. . .
Tidings. Col. W. W. Chapman, of
Portland, is out with the draft of a bill
to be presented to the Oregon legislature,
providing for the establishment of some
arbitration to prevent labor strikes in
this state. The question will undoubted
ly come before the legislature at its next
session, and there seems to be more hope
of progress in the right direction by an at
tempt at general arbitration than in any
other way yet suggested. The strike is a
powerful weapon, bat it is a two-edged
one, and its execution is felt most sev
erels by those who wield it. . The gener
al public is always affected by a strike of
any magnitude, and the subject Is one
in which the state has the most vital in
terest. If there be a practical remedy
in legislation it cannot be found too soon
Whatever tends to bring capital and la
bor into closer unison and to lead to ami
cable adjustment, rather than hostile
contention over points' of difference, ia
surely in the line of wisdom and true
- Chicago Boras Market.
J. S. Cooper, commission salesman of
horses, Union stock ; yards, Chicago,
says : "The market for the week end
ing August ZCth showed " remarkable
strength and activity, ia" the face of a
strong counter attraction, such as the
Northwestern breeders' association trot
ting meeting, and the unfortunate rail
road strikes in- the east. -'This, under
ordinary circumstances, would have
been sufficient, to make sv very quiet
market, and some were : discouraged
from buying, but the majority, bought,
regardless of consequences, and the re
suit was encouraging to sellers.
Work horses generally, like the pre
vious week, had the call in the follow
ing order: Draft horses, streeters and
general purpose horses, with fair. in
quiry for extra good driving and coach
teams. Every day brings new inquiries
for branded range horses and thousands
of these could be handled to advantage
in the next couple of months.
The supply of these has not at any
time this year been- equal to one-tenth
of the demand.' The following is a sum
rnary of prices': : "
Streeters. . . . :. ... '. '. . . '.'. '.
Chunks, 1200 to 1400 lbs. . ...... .
Draft horses, 1600 lbs.
Exprrss horees . . . ..............
Range none..., .
I 05 to 1115
116 " 145
190 " 2
oi ." auo
80 " 60
- '4 u-.
Death of Mrs. A. J. McLellan.
'Rest at last." Such are the words
which announce the death of Mrs. A. J.
McLellan of Victoria, B. C. -
Her death occurred after a long and
painful illness, during which her Chris
tian fortitude and sweet patience, her
constant thoughtfulness for others and
her many generosities and charities
seemed to give a glory . to the crown
which the Master even then had placed
upon her brow. No one entered that
sick chamber as friend or comforter who
did not. himself receive a blessins in
strengthened faith as he beheld - the
grace ot Uod which wrought through
suffering the perfection of Christian
character. Onejriro-was a guest in that
beautiful home upon the Gorge Road,
overlooking the bay and the snowy
Olympic Range raising the horizon be
yond, marvelled then, and baa marvelled
ever since, that such cheerful hospital
ity and desire for further pleasure could
go on with such acute suffering as even
men neia mat trail Doay in its grasp.
But since then those who have gathered
there have marvelled quite as much that
her sufferings did not divert her atten
tion from works of religion and charity,
but rather give emphasis to her interest
in what had for many years been the
joy of her life.
"We may not k now the glory and the goodness
i o&( on tue spirit suine,
That borne on earth its agony and sadness
With patience so divine.
We only know her weariness is ended
Tha . J .
That her pure soul has to its God ascended,
. in joy ana noerty.
" 'Tie oars to prize the nature we Inherit,
vy men sue naa gionnea : - - - -Nor
doubt the power of the immortal spirit,
Dince sue naa uvea ana cuea.
nr. ana Mrs. Aicxenan were at one
time residents of ' our city,- and won for
themselves a high and loving apprecia
tion among us and-many.jwill be the
thoughts of sincere8t sympathy which
will go forth to the bereaved husband.
Mrs.- McLellan was a sister to Mrs. A
R. Roscoe, who with the husband and
children are included in the sympathies
and prayers of this community. ' C.
High Old Cuessers.
. Review. "The Tacoma News, which af
fects to know all about the labor problem,
says that "organized labor- 1b a compara-
. ... '.kwa
tiveiy new social force." iaoor was
compactly and aggressively organized in
and a powerful social and political factor
in England for many centsries. - The
News is one of these democratic papers
which indulge in a great deal of guessing
about politics and government. -,
. Tmprtatlons In Order.
Review. .The democracy don't en
thuse sv bit over the row at Olympia and
the ticket put forth by the quarrelsome
crowd. It is time it were importing an
other lot pf eastern speakers. ' -
Died. . -
'" In this city, August 27th , John Wurtz
aged 27. ' Deceased was a native of Bo
hemia and has been in The Dalles about
five years. He leaves a wifo and two
children- The funeral took -place yeter-
aay irom tne.uatnouc cnurcu. -
A '-Traveling - Maa's. Experience With
... V ' " Diarrhoea. " - " 1
I am a traveling man and have been
afflicted with what is called chronic diar
rhoea for some ten years. . Last fall I was
in Western Pennsylvania, and accident
ally was introduced to Chamberlain'i
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
l ventured to malre, a trial and was
wonderfully relieved. Iwould" like now
to introduce vt among my friends. .H
M. Lewis, 24 Freeman street, Cleveland
Ohio. For sale by Blakely & Houghton
oruggws. .-. .-.:? W--,.
'iTlic Regulator Line"
The Btp Fortlaifl aad iria
. 2 " Navigation Co.
.Through daily service Sundays Ac
cepted f. between The Dalles .and Port
land leaving The Dalles at 6 a. in.,
arriving at Portland 5 p. m.
One way . ; . ; : . . r:: . . ... . :. . . . . . .$2.00
Round trip., . r:. . . .. .. 3.00
Special rates fo&parties of six or over.
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced.
Fruit, per 100 pounds. 71 .40
Melons and Green Vegetables .30
Through connection with steamers to
Astoria and : Ilwaco without delay.
Shipments received at wharf any time,
day or night, and delivered at Portland
on" arrival. Live stock shipments
solicited. Call on or address. . .
- W. C. ALLAWAY, '
' -;- General Agent.
B. F. LAUGH LIN,
THE DALLES, - OREGON
The Black Flag- is P-
The gifted and gallant Col. Henry
Watterson, has touched once more the
tangles of the star-eyed ones Nuciferous
locks and h&s had the usnal shock !
We war against protection, pluto-
eraey , and agrarian penstonmonogery.
And we propose to carry tne war into
Africa ; to shake the rotten citadels of
unholy greed to their foundations and
to make the robbers bowl, ine DiacR
flag is up against corruption in high
places. ' No dalliance with zealots: no
quarter to thieves. If this be treason,-
let the galled jade wince ana mate ine
most of it: for when the battle is over
and the victory is won, our withers will
be found to be as ever, stancn ana true,
us worsted and un wrung." -
Whoop, hooray! Away with pluto
cracy. Away witn pensionmogorvv
whatever that may be. Shake the citi
del, make Rome and the robbers howl,
carry the war into Airica, put spurs
into the flat flanks of the pampered
jades of Asia, pile Pelion on Ossa and
both upon the skvey top of old Olympus
take arms against a sea of. troubles, eat
' -a crocodile, sit upon a monument, grin
life the young-eyed cherubim, bite off
winn.ttnA art,, A -A nnCA tMMT Mlfv
JUUI UUUC W 0iVU JVU. IIVOV) Wtt.V,. f J
to theVdog8, make the welkin, ring, fear
not a painted devil, leavy thy vain
bibble-babble, be smart as lizard's
stings, speak startlingly and rash, envi
ron with wolves' the trembling lamb,
protection, fight till your eyelids will no
longer wag, poor the sweet milk of con
cord into hell, be as'-your old selves
again, and let all splitl AJT let the
pebbles on the beach fillip the stars and
rainbows kiss the starry eyes. The
black flag is up, and the jig is not.
Hoorav for poetry: nine cheers and a
Tammany tiger for the star-eyed god
dess and the same number for. Henry
Watterson. the generous, intrepid and
Untiring leader of the war into Africa ;
and may his withers remain unwrung
- . Lih Applegate Snlkar
Tidings. " General - Lisb, Applegate
came up but of .his 'rural retreat in Jo
sephine county last week, and was
shaking hands last-Saturday with his
old friends, neighbors and fellow' suffer
ers in Ashland.- He was looking better
than for years, and has fattened upon
the contempt for public office and eccle
siastical politics upon which he has fed
during his retirement. The general is
feeling well, too, and was effervescing
with social and economic .philosophy
and with Oregon political history, as of
yore. He Is not playing the "bad man
act in politics ripping the government
up the back or shooting it full ol holes
as sometf the local - newspapers have
intimated, but has sort o' withdrawn
unto himself." as it were, to allow tho
world to run along without his "assist
ance and see how she will make it.
Some naners had said the jreneral would
take the stump for Weaver, and-some
papers had said he wouldn't, and so the
Tidings sought an interview with him,
to have the question of his position set
tled at headquarters. The general
explained that he had been griev
ously misused, and doesn't attempt
to conceal the fact that '' he had
been one of the maddest men in
America as a consequence, but he hadn't
perceived that his views of great politi
cal questions bad undergone any change
in consequence." He has simply done as
did Agamemnon retired to his tent to
look out at the door and ace how the
battle will progress without the 'aid. of
one who has usually been in the thick of
the fight. "Will you take any part in
the present campaign in Oregon, Gen
eral?" asked the reporter. "Well, I
am, not yet fully determined as to that.
I am ' going to make n journey down
through Oregon to Portland, to see old
friends and old familiar country, and I
may make a few speeches before the
election takes place. If I do, 'they, will
be non partisan, you may Bay, - but
strongly political ' - '
O VER S H I RTS,
JOH H C
i 109 SECOND STREET,
PAUL KR EFT
And the Moat Complete and the
Practical Painters and Paper Hangers. - None but the beet brands of the
Sherwin-Williams and J. W. Masury's Paints used in all our work, and none but
the most skilled workmen employed. Agents.for Masury Liquid Paints. No
chemical combination or soap mixture. A first class article in nil colors. .. Alt
orders promptly attended to. - . -" ... .'" ' --; -
Store and Faint Shop comer Third and 'Washington Sts., - The Dulles, Oregon
. Stonemaw " Fiegf., dealers iri :
Boots undVShoeT. 'All goods?
we:sell we- warrant . . " .,
The Least Important.
Oregonian. The state of Washington
got the better of Seattle in the demo
cratic state convention, bu$ only after
two days' sustained conflict, and appar
ently by a small majority. "Mr. James
Hamilton Lewis gallantly went dewn
-with his town, refusing to accept the
nomination for governor upon a plat
form which condemned the Lake Wash
ington canal scheme. How much of
the virtue of necessity there was- in bis
heroic abdication nothing but' a ballot
could have shown, and the world-will
nevorknow. After devoting two days
to the transcendent question of indorse
ment to the canal, the convention spent
an evening in the less important busi
ness of nominating candidates.
n'lKO Independent .Academy, .The.
i lea, Oregon.
The next session of Wasco Independ
ent Academy will commence on Monday,
Sept. 5th; A full faculty of instructors
has been secured with professor Brown
of Chicago, Illinois, as principal.: For
catalogue or particulars, address, Sv- L.
Our dear little daughter vrns terribly sick,"
Her bowels were bloated as hard as a brick , .' .
We feared she would die - - '
Till we happened to try '
Pierce's Pellets they cured - her, . remarkably
quick. - ...
Never be without Pierce's Pellets in
the house. They are gentle and- af
fective in action and give immediate re
lief in cases of -indigestion, billiousness
and constipation. They do. their work
thoroughly and 'have no bad- "effects.
Smallest, cheapest, easiest to take.. One
a dose. Best liver rill made..
All parties holding numbers in the
crayon, at D. C. Herren's gallery,, are
requested to be present Sept. Is at 2 p.
m. at the. gallery. -
My Photograph outfit.
At a. rase bar-
Hunt, the photographer 8.23if
Olssolotion of Co-parcneawlfeiB.
Notice is hereby sriven. that the firm
of Abrams & Stewart has barea dissolved
bv mutual consent. -" - -- - :
W. R. A brums is. authorized to collect
all amounts due the firm of Abrams &
Stewart, and wilt pay all demands
against said firm. '
-';' W. K- Abhams. .
' Wm. Stewart. .
Thb Dalles, Or. Aug. J5th, 1892.
Notice is hereby given . to all persons
indebted to-the late firm- of -Abrams &
Stewart", of The Dalles, or W. R. Abrams,
either by note or account to make, pay
ment of the same immediately-- at the
bank 'of French & Co. All notes and ac
counts remaining - unpaid November
15th, 1892 will be placed in attorneys'
hands, with instructions to collect. .Any
claims against the late firm must be
presented' at - the same.- place, with
f-proper vouchers, on or before above
date, i he business of tho firm must be
closed up without further delay. " Res
I - - - - xr T a . . . . .
. - - - - 8.25dS(w3m
- t 1 Saved n is Child's Life.
A, N. Dilferboueh.'YOrk; Neb.. 6avs
"The other, day I came home and found
my little boy down with cholera morbns,
my who scared, not Knowing what to do.
I went straightway and got a 25 cent
bottle of Chamberlain's '"'Colicf Cholera
and Diarrhcea RemedypTud gave it -according
to directions. Yon . never saw
such a change in a child' His limbs and
body were cold, trubbed his Uunbsand
body with my handsr-and-after I "had
given him the second dose he went to
sleep-. and, as iny wife eaxs, "from
death-bed he was up playing in three
hours." It saved ine n doctor bill of
about" three dollars, -and' what is better
it saved my child. I can -recommend it
with a clear conscience." For -sale bv
Blakely os Houghton, druggists, -
: A. KtJL,lV rClttlS OF GENTS'
H BRTZ, ;
THE DALLES. OREGON.
Latest Patterns and Designs in"
fa. . -
Hoih For Bent.
Enquire of Mrs." Krausc' corner- of "
Fifth and Court streets; 8.4tf '.
Tanglefoot Fly Paper 40 cents - box '
twe'ntyfive' double sheets ; at Blakeley
otHoughtons, 175 Second street. j ;
City taxes-for 1892 are now due: and.
pavahle within sixty days, at the office
of the undersigned.
A,. KOBDitN. uity Treasurer.
Dalubs- City, July 6th, 1892.
"' iWMhsiftos Market For Rent.
For rentt .the Washington market cor
ner of Second and Court. For terms ap
ply to tieav Williams administrator of
the estate of John Michelbaugh. . 8.3dtf
Mock Holders Meeting;.
- Notice is hereby given that the annual,
meeting- of the . stockholders of ' the
Wasco- Warehouse company will be held .
at the office of French & Co., The Dalles,
Oregon, on Wednesday September 23tb,
isaa, at 5:30 p. m., for the. purpose ot -
electing directors for the ensuing year
and, the transaction of such other bust-'
nees-as may come before it.
The Dalles, Oregon, Aug. 12th, 182. -.
. G J. Farley, . - .
-. ' . "' Secretary Wasco Warehouse Co--
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Instantaneous Portraits,' Chapman
Block, The Dalles, Oregon.. . .
CAN DY FACTORS
Campbell Bros. Proprs
(Saccessflu to . l. Cram.5 - : i ' '
Slaaafactnrers of the finest French and
Home Mad a
East of Portland- "--'
Frcpical Fruits, Nut Cigars and texs.
' Can furnish any of these goods at Whoiesai
or Retail .. .. ... '- .
. j very Style. - - '
: leg Creatii and Sdda'Water.
, 104 Second Street. Th.Dallee, Or.
C. F. STEPHENS,
..IV. - DBAiBR IN ' : . ' '
r-.-v (loots, Bhnes, Bats,
Faiicfl tqood0, lotion?,
:-J nt.,' Kte., .Etc. -.
181 Second "St., next to DaUos NaUonafc
' 4 ' ' Bank, Dulles City, -Oregbav v r "