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The Dalles Daily Ctoonisls.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF DALLE9 CITY.
AND WASCO COUlflT.
National Republican Ticket.
-FOU PEESIDESTIAI, ELECTORS,
F. CAPLES, of Tbrtland.
B. MILLER, of Grant's Pass.
M. IRWIN, of Union.
M. DUNNE, of Portland.
ARE ALL STRIKES FAILVRESt
The defeat at Homestead, the disaster
at Coal Creek, and the collapse of the
strike at Buffalo provoke the inquiry:
Are all strikes failures? Do great etrikee
ever succeed? Workmen have gone out
from all sorts of employment, confident,
defiant, and loyal to each othor, only to
fail. Other workmen have been found
to take -their places upon the terms
- -which the strikers refused to accept.
'Therefore many assert that strikes, not
having accomplished the specific pur-
pose which they set out to accomplish,
should have "failure" written up against
Bnt thia is a very narrow view to take
-of the subject. Every strike has left its
lesson and its impression, some super
ficial and others deep, upon labor coh
-ditiona. Strikes have served to mark
the limits of oppression by employers'
-and the autocratic demands of employes.
They have demonstrated repeatedly to
managers of corporations that there ie
line m xrge slavery beyond which they
cannot go. At the sanifl time innumer
able failures have taught striking em
ployes that there are demands which
nannot tn, enforced, no matter how
strongly- they are urged by strikes, boy
cotts, and the intimidation of non-union
men. Organized labor has a library
full of experience acquired ' in striking
tor more than the labor market would
yield to it. Corporate monopolies have
lost millions in acquiring the knowledge
of just how far they can go in reducing
wages or imposing restrictive condi
itioiwi. "While strikes have perhaps failed as
.slrlk'es, it canuot be assumed that they
have failed as lessons. No statistics
-ran be obtained, nor can any estimate
-be made as to the number of strikes
.-wh!cta have been prevented by the spec
liicio of strike failures. Diseatisfied em
ployes will learu from Homestead and
Buffalo to be moderate in their demands
xind prudent 'in the methods employed
.to enforce them. Employers will like
wise learn wisdom from these same ex
periences. The world in general learns
that an honorablo, fair and effective
method of settling labor difficulties
must lie foHnd, ....
rThm to the right
medicine, if you're a weak or ailing
-woman. It's Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. If you're overworked
or ' run-down," - it builds you up ;
if you're afflicted with any of the
distressing derangements and dis
orders peculiar to your sex, it
relieves and cures. It improves
digestion, invigorates the system,
enriches the ' blood, dispels aches
and pains, melancholy and nervous
ness, produces refreshing sleep, and
restores flesh and strength. '- In' the
cure of all functional disturbances,
weaknesses, and irregularities, it's
guaranteed to give satisfaction," or
the money is refunded. It does
all that's claimed for it, or it
couldn't besold in this way.
It is-.a legitimate medicine not
a beverage. Contains no alcohol
to inebriate; no syrup or sugar to
sour or ferment in the stomach and
cause distress. As peculiar in its
marvelous, remedial results as in
Tb Ic .Wagon.
The ice wagon of Cates"& Alilson is: on
theatreets-evwy' morning tron 6 tot-8
o'clock. Any orders for. ice--left-with
Will VanbibbeT's express prat the atoro-j
01 Unas, Lauer wUJ ta. promptly:, at
tended to. ,-CaTP8;&' AtUBOS.'
County Treasurer' SoMcisV '-"V;"
. All countv 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 Dalles, July 16, 1692.V
-. William Michki,!., . -
7.18tf Treasurer Wasco Connty. Or,
ICS! ICKt XCSI
Having On hand a large- sudoIv of ice
i -wir-anf prepareetXPfgjBttr oar- custom
er wi,ii icw in any quantity at a reason
able rate-.. 'We guarantee' we will supply
thedpiaand without advancing prices
throughout the season. Leave orders at
Cf.F, Laser's store, Second street.:.-.
5"St; feTj-..-. Oates & Atiisos. :
BEFORE YOU ORDER GOODS OF
. ANY KIND IN THE FURNISH
' "A Sellable .Man. . '
Z M. J. Grfnef, a Justice of the Peace
at Print, Michigan, eays. one bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy saved his life.' He had
been down wjth bloody flnx for three
weeks when -he commenced using, this
medicine. It soon cured him, and lie
believes saved his life.- - He also savs it
saved the lives of three railroad men in
that vicinity. 'Squire Griner is a re
liable and conscientious man, and what
ever he says can be depended upon.
For sale by Blakely A Houghton, druggists.
,r. AiLr'DatTes Citv warrants registered
prior to October 7, 1S90, will be paid ii
preseuted at my office. Interest ceases
from and after this date.
Dated July 7th, 1S?W. ; .
. .' .' L. ItOKDKK, " ''
. tf- ' -Treas. Dalles CHy. A
Cafliies, FrulR Nuts, Soia.Water,
Ice Cream, Toliacca and Cigars, v
MArfUrACTTTXEB OF . "
first Class 'Syrups fo? Saloons and
Soda Fountains,, Ete.
Next door to Wincalc s Hall
; AOpUSTBUCHLER Prop'k
This well-known Brewery is now turning out the best Beer and Porter
eastof the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health
ful Beer havo been introduced and only the first-class article will be placed on,
the markets . ' ., - .- -.. . . . . .. .
-The jUafceh StPing is Always Out I
SpriQ aijd Summer,
ISl ,0? r? OJn8,nd a small drop of ink.
Famng. Likedew, vpon a thouKht. nnxfurm .
..- Tliat wtiloti loakea thousands, perhaps mlUJons, think.
WK TRD3T TO tfStsf AKD DO VOtT GOOD.
Buy Oui Shoes
J, S. COOPER,
Comer Barn, Union Stock Yards, Chicagd, Illinois.
ihc Largest and Only Strictly Commission Dealer
in Horses in the United States. ' ".t
uommencini; the ord of xVutrnst arid evi-rv mf.ntli thrnnvhn.it .hi tvf umi i.nii
' bpwnal Kxtensively Advertised Sales of .
JflZESTeRN RRNGE HiDRSES
r. . -k
Shirts of all kinds to order, at
prices which defy competition. Other
gooas m proportion. P. FAGAN.
Second et.. The Dalles.
Bolo Agent for WANNAMAKEE & BKOWN,
Reference J?jioiiui Uvo Stot-fc .Bank, 'Micaiju. til
jseierence . ncago Nal5ollai j5atlkj Chicago,. HI.
Write for Particulars.
Second St., Oppl Hood's S.taWe, '!
THB. DALtES, v . - .; t : , : . OREGON.
- 'Will repair your fine Buggies- '
and Carriages, shoe your fine
Driving Horses, and in fact do j
All your blackemitbing in the
finest style. Satisfaction guaranteed.
J. L. FISHER.
W. J. MONTAGUE.
' IhePhiladelphia Ledger suggests that
" " inasmuch as this is the centenary year
:0f the canal system of New York, the
celebration of the event ehould be made
ti, nrnortunity of bcotinning a monu
ri.Jaent to Governor Do Witt Clinton,
. -svhom more tban to any wu- inii.
vidual, the state is indep ea for the ex
" : iBtence of the Eria tana, and whose dis
tinguished p'a1lic services have not been
ysomniemorated, as have the deeds of
many less deserving men, by an approp
riate monument of stone or bronze, but
the celebration i9 to take a less senti
mental and more practical- form. The
:-nnion for the improvement of the canals
-of the state of New York proposes to
- celebrate the centennial., by. holding; a
. big canal convention this all, at whiph.
anot only will the past usefulness of the
- "canals bo celebrated, but steps will be
taken to insure their further improve
ment, so as to maintain their capacity
or continued service to the commerce of
the state, for the friends of the canals
believe that the present is a critical
period in their history. .
FISHER & MONTAGUE,
1 PROPRIETORS OF THE : i-
Klite Shaving Parlors
ri-aTnT-. AArSAn Fir, Pine, Ash;
TINNING AND PLUMBlW'G A SPECIALTY.
Leave orders cor. Third aiid Union,, cr 133 Second sli.
THE DALLES, OK. x ?
H ay, Grai n , Feed & Flou r.
HEADQUARTERS FOR POTATOES.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH:
It behooves everyone, especially the workinsrman, ;to buy
where he can buy the cheapest and eai get ,the most Jbr his
hard earned money. We solicit a fcvhare. of your patronage!
Cash paid for eggs and poultry. All goods dEtivered free and proniptSf
Corner Union and Second streets The Dalles, Oregon- "V
NEPTUNE SHAVING PARLORS AND Bffl ROOMS
illO JfKONT 8TKEKT. .
.OOITD STEEET. THE DALTiES, OE.
After five months in the west Mr. Jay
Gould has arrived in !New 'York and 'is
reported to be "as- brown as a western
cowboy." Is that aa augury of the color
to which the lambs, will be done, or itre
.we to expect that his; operations will
make the atmosphere of Wall street
f 'T- Mr. -Depew is always fortunate enough
f- to be abroad when his railroad is in
volved in labor troubles. After H. Wal
ter Webb has weathered the storm
Channcey comes home smiling and as
popular as ever.
Mrs. Potter Palmer is to drive the last
nail in the woman's building at the
worlds fair with a "Nebraska-made ham
mer. It is understood that two nails
Lottie Collins, the originaP'Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay"
singer, is coming to Amer
ica next month. Cholera, coming later,
therefore, may find this country resigned
to any fate, .'''..
Gentlemen 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. . , .. . 1-
Hours: - Every day and evening dur
ing the week. Closed on Saturday eve
nings after 10 o'clock.- Open on Sun
days from 7 a. in. to 12 o'clock noon.
Stublihg I Williams,
The Gef mania,
THE DALLES, - 1 OREGON
CSTDealers in Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. . Milwaukee Beer on iwaugnt.
1 cn n-
Rt the old stand of Hi litiaheir. Chas. Ffazcf, Pfop.
W. F. Wiseman,
Saloon and- Wine lta,
The Dalles, - Oregon.
corner of Second aud
The St. Charles Hotel,
will be used and that she will aim at the-jhaa been entirely refurnished, and every
room has been, repapered and repainted
and newly carpeted throughout. .The
house contains 170 rooms and is anpj
with every modern convenience. I
reasonable. A good restaurant attached
to the house. . Yer bus to and from all
tramB. " .
C. W. KNOWLES, Prop.
H . O. INIEr LSe.N,
Gf Beind Tailor
-;'ggSl':rD SHOES, - !T f:
WALTER H. TEN NY & CO.,
X . BOSTON, TOSS. . - ,
THE DALLES MERCANTILE CO.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE DALLES. :
!!EW SPHIIiG flllfl SUmjTIER DRY GOODS
' v'' : COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
v Boots and Shoes.
Full Assortment of the Leading Manufacturers.
Cash Bayers mli I save money - by - exaffiining oar stock
and prices before poreing'itfsw
s k i:b:be hotel
I. W. Ti.
1 s iff 8? Slll'-i
.'; i l$$m$& mi i ;lniir f gas ' . --2
JS . . m . -g I - , mm&k lM it 1 Mir - s
Material, Rough and Dressed
Lumber, Lime. Plaster, Hair and Cement.
A liberal discount to the trade in all lines' handled by os.
JEFFERSON STREET, between Second1 nd Railroad. s '. THE DALLES, OR ;
TiiixrTi YwVi ins OoodB, . . ;
nAwWvi? JLSfiftGTON.: THE DALLES. OREGON
SnrUAtED AT THE HEAD OF NAVIGATION.
Destined to be the Best
Manufacturing Center in
the Inland Empire. .
Best Selling Property of -the
Season in the North
west. - -.-1 ' - ' ' r
For'Further Information Call at.th Office pf
0. D. TAYLOU Tie Dalles. Or.
r2 WasMmtoiL St. Fortlairft, Or.
7 - JX Jf'
vOpQt firom July lst'tc? Oetobcf Isi. ' '
- - 4-
Tbia mctareeone fiostlery. bnllt o silver fir Iocs, and rooted socurelv on the
edge of a precipice on the north aide o Mount; Hood is 'within' fifteen minatea
walk of the perpetual iee and enow;. of Eliot Glacier, 7,000 feet above the sea
level, twenty -seven iHlles from Hood- River, over the finest roads in the United
States. Fare for the ronnd trip fS.OO ; rates per day $3.50.
',r,TKe'TaTOeiitTn8 with everything the market afforda.
-Hot and cold -baths, etc., the beet of guides will take you to the top of Monnt Hood
b- the be practicable routes, which are from'tbe lnat r i'tp'-Ai-1 'w-v
. W. A. LAyaiLl,E,-Manager.
TME ; EUROPEAN HOUSE.
Corrugated Balldlns est Door to Court Bouse. :
Heals . Prepared by a Fjrst CIassTEnglishnCook:
TRANSIENT, PATRi)NAQ-E! SOTjICITED.1
' .- Mixta sample -Kooms jior commercial jaien
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