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THE DALLES. OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1892.
W. E. GARRETSON,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE
jtrv y. 1.
All Watch Work Warranted.
Jewelry, Mde to Order.
138 Second St.. The Dalle. Or.
Kranich and Bach Pianos.
Recognised as Standards of tho high
est grade of manufacture.
RTi Ti TVT h: I.X'X
3NTO ! t
1 you take pills it is because you have never
' tried the
S. B. Headache and Liver Cure.
It works so nicely, cleansing tbe Liver and
Kidneys; acts as a mild physic without causing
pain or sickness, and docs not stop you from
eating and working. - '
To try It is to become a friend to It.
for sale by all druggists. . .
Annie Wright Seminary,
Boarding and Day School for Girls.
flinth Year begins Sept. 8th 1892.
For Admission, Apply to the Principal
Mrs. Sarah K. "White,
Annie Wright Seminary. . -IACOMA.
. . WASH.
J - Tailor,
Next door to Wasoo Sun.
Just Received, a fine stock of Suitings,
rants 1'atterns, etc., of all latest. .
Styles, at Low Prices.
Hadieon's Latest System used in cutting
garments, ana a lit guaranteed
Impairing and Cleaning
beatly and Quickly Done.
XXX. H. Voting,
fiiacKsmilfi & Wagon stiop
General Blacksmitbing and Work done
promptly, add all' work
florae Shoeeing a Speiality
Third Street opposite tlie ell Liete Stanl
MRS; c; DAVIS
Has Opened the ... , '
In tfceN3 Frkmeifirilldini'' on '"'J
SECOND STREET, Next to the '
First Class Meals Furnished at all Hours.
Only White HelpjEmployed.
Our pall IJpe
Of - Clothing and Furnlshing
Goods is now complete. You
By seeing our stoclc before
making your purchases.
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Snipes Sl Kinersly.
Ionic aid Mail Dmjsts.
3F XX jR.-iSS- ID HEfc. XT C3r tS
. Handled by Three Registered Druggists.
v ALSO ALL THE LEADING
Patent Medicines and Draggists Sundries,
HOUSE PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
Agents for Murphy's Fine Varnishes and the only agents in
the City for - the Sherwin, Will arris Co.'s Paints.
The Largest Dealers "in Wall Paper.
Finest Line of Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars.
Agent for Tansill's Punch.
129 Second Street, The Dalles, Oregon
And KEY. WEST
171 SECOND STREET, t
WM; BU1FL.ER & CO
7 , - ..j - .. - 4;.:; - - .;. - t - '.r.
Lumber. Lime, Plaster. Hair-and Cement.'
A" lllsral discount to, the jrads
jfellRWs"fiillEET, between Second
ijl".,..'' ... - -L -' ' " V"" -S
PABST BEER. "
: THE DALLES, OR.
- - . - si - .j,
ill - ri i
in 'all lines handletf' by us:
and toilroadV THE DALLEB,OB
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THE OFFICAL ORDER!
Created" a Lively' Sensation Among N.
IT REALLY STOPS IMMIGRATION.
Steamship Corporations Practically
Compelled to Obey.
FEW IMMIGRATION FIOUUKS.
Not Prevented From Going to, Montreal
And Crossing tbe Border, Alle
New York, Sept. 3. The cholera
baa had one very desirable effect in this
country. . It opens the eyes of the people
to a realizing' sense of the situation- re
specting the immensity of the eteerage
immigration to America, which could
not be understood so well. .The steam
ships will sustain a loss of $2,000,000 a
month, or more,, while, the 20 days'
quarantine regulations are being carried
out; and according to the estimate here
today by the agent f one of the largest
lines, It is estimated thit dur'nr the
present month .-about 50,000 emigrants
would, were it not for the embargo, sail
from the other side. The usual steer
age fare is from $18 to $25 ; the average
can safely be placed at $20, which means
a Iobs of $1,000,000 for that class of pas
sengers. ; 1
The presidents order, as may be ex
pected, created a sensation among; the
steamship agents in this city The first
intimation of it was read while the
members of the continental conference
were in session fit their headquarters.
The circular will practically stop all im
migration while the cholera epidemic
lasts. The agents of the steamships
carrying passengers recognize this fact
and will now be compelled to give up
the traffic. Immigration .. to this, port
during the first six months of the pres
ent year numbered over 272,000 steerage,
the number of passengers' each" month
varying from 25.000 to 65.000. - ; ;.
.. Under th'e proclamation there 'will be
a considerable decline, both to and from
the United States. One agent, making
a rough estimate, places the amount at
$5,000,000." Then there are hundreds of
incidental expenses which must "be con
sidered. ' There is the feeding of the im
migrants that are detained; the payment
of the officers and crew while the vessels
are detained,. the loss of sailing, which
means the loss of freight and many
other losses,', making it an enormous
bill,' ih tho aggregate, ; for .steamship
f rom liie jfa"ctthat fefrei' sieerageipassen
gera will go to. the easiwill be $150,000.
age' passengers iili.;be'-olitgoinjg' cabin
paingertlVThe loss1; from "outgoing
steerage ;;rpassengers.vw)ai jbe;- $450,000.
i. a& loss, in jreiguv uuaiMtrBo wiu- uul ue
,' "Thet presideiit'a l pifc;lamatioA .: will
practically stop r immigra4whv;2.ta' the
United Blates,. said. the agent of the
Guion line, "but I think it will" not af
fect those who go to Montreal . and can
cross the border... My opinion is that we
will not have the cholera .till ; next
spring." . Agents of other lines have
adopted measures, and a general 'order
baa been issued, to the effect that until
further notice, no more steerage passengers-will
be carried from the other - side.
Duluth Dispatch? - Archbishop Ire
land, it is said, has beejf made a cardi
nal, and wni .be sene "to France as' a
mediator to harmoirize the differences
in the church v that "" country. ' A
French jrfaubihoyfs not identified with,
any oVthe factfcis can scarcely be found,
and is belieredhat Archbishop Ire
landis the rfan to d it, as the French
are more Mendly to fflt Americans- than
to aay otrfer nation, andHbis fact is said
to have influenced the jolBcisionr The
change will be followed by the removal
of Bishop McGoldrick to St. Paul, and
the appointment of a new. bishop for
Discreditable to tbe Country.
Baker City Democrat. -' We look tot a
reaction against the prize ring to come
hard upon the heels of the "New Orleans
national convention of f aloggers and
their friends and backers. And that
will be a good thing, for the prominence
and f avor which the ringli&s'enjdyedln
tbs United 8utes ;foV-,th pwt dozen
years ia discreditable to' the country.
. For the benefit of Ambitious American
girls it is announced that three promi
nent members of the-new British gov
ernment, Lord Rosebery,' secretary for
foreign ''jaffairs, Lord Hough ton vice
roy of Ireland, and Mr.1 "Asqnith, home
secretarj-, are widowers.' Here are two
titles and three pots of gold against sev
eral million American, girls. If Great
Britain wisheso cope with this prob
lem it is evident that she . must enlarge
her ministry.;. : . - :
Mr. Corbett says be . is confident he
can whip Mr. Sullivan, and Sullivan is
confident-that he is not going to be
whipped. " What tho sporting-public
now wants to. know is: Which "Pro
fessor"' will be a" victim of misplaced
Mr. B. P. Hutchinson , late of Chicago,
says that "Boston is the finest place in
this country to. live." ' We aro now
awaiting news of the organization of a
Boston Hutchinson society- ;
' Intelligent Voters. :
. East Oregoniari: In the 'state of Miss
issippi there are 257,305 ' men over' 21
years of agei Of these, IK), 100 are
whites, and" 147",205 are blacks. ' The
state has a new constitution which con
tains provisions as to suffrage that: may
be;commended to Oregon as superior to
even our Australian ' ballot law. - This
constitution limits the suffrage to' those
who can read and write ; ; it requires,
moreover, the payment of a heavy elec
toral poll tax a long time before election ;
and, what is more than all, it requires
the voter, when he appears for registra
tion, to te able to read ' and expound, to
the satisfaction of the registry officials,
any.eect'on or sections of the state con
Rtimnon which they may indicate The
enforcement of this provision of the con
stitution produces a; remarkable effect
upon the registration, while of .147,206
blacks, only 8,615 are found to be quali
fied to vote. ..-; . -
-. ;, - " rrv. -".
Not so big Today.
New .York, Sept."' 3. Obstreperous
"Dr." Jenkins, of the health board, who
yesterday tried to proclaim--himself --"a
bigger . man than Ben," -' by declaring
that ha should continue the. 'quarantine
and release vessels according to his own
view of the requirements in each case,
without regard to the president's procla
mation, has fallen from his perch a sub
jugated jay, ' under an -emphatic order
from Collector Hendricks,: stating that
if Jenkins does not obey the president's
quarantine proclamation, ships . affected
by it will hot be allowed to land pafesen
gers or cargo. "" i
; ; 4a Very Cler" Deal.
Montreal Dispatch. ' The stock broker
erage firm of 'Nicholls' &'' Marier were
robbed of $45,000 oo the 2d. A. hand
some bloude drove np to the office and
waved a bundle of greenbacks and beck
oned to the clerk to come out. She had
a five minutes argument about' the dis
count on American r silver certificates,
and then 'drove rapidly away. When
tbe clerk returned to his desk-, he found
that the cash drawer had . been rifled.
A good -tooting American who was loiter
ing around the' place"" for a. couple of
hours that afternoon lias disappeared.
''.' 4,'od to 'fcoanr'''; ''"' ' " -.'.
. In sums to suit, on improved inside
property. $4,000 of Dalles Citv water
.funds apply to IIuoh Chbibuan, ' -.
.-Zd3t - v...- tsecy. Dalles Water Com. ,
the makers of
powders to induce the dealer to push
them off on Royal, consumers is that
they cost less than Royal and afford
tlie dealer, rhuch more profit
But you, madam, are charged the same price
for them as for the absolutely, pure Royal, .which
is perfectly combined from thef most highly refined
and expensive: materials. The lower cost of the
others is caused by the cheap, impure materials
usd iri "thcm,arid "the fephazard way in whic
they -are throwii1 together. '
Dp you : wish ifo pay the price of - theY Royal
for. an J inferior baking powderj;. made : 'froih;im-"
pure goods of 1 27 per
ie otner powders, insist upon having
a 5ftferHn Price.' ;
AN ARABIAN WEDDING
Qneer Customs of Adopted Citizens jn
THE BEER, BRIDE AND BROTHER.
A Maddening Howl, Stately Dancing,
and Odd Performances.
THK SCKA1TKICS ARE COtl.KCTINO
Foolsellers' Combination, and Irejara
tions for Shearing of the
Cincinnati, Sept. 3. An Arabian
marriage, celebrated exactly as it would - .
be in Arabia, is in progress here. It is
a remarkable affair, and it requires three
days to complete- Tbe contracting par- .
ties are Raphael Latoof and Lizzie An
tonius. Tbe ceremony began at 8 a. m., : -in
what is known as the Red Onion ten-ement-house,
inhabited exclusively by
Arabs. The bride is but fourteen yeara.
old. .'In opposite corners sat fifteen or -twenty
men, and as many women. The
bride was. covered with a rich scarf. ,
From a table in the middle of the room '
a brother of the -groom dispensed beer. "
All the time,' the squatting men and
women kept up an exasperating howl- -ing.
Soon the relatives of the bride and
groom appeared at the door, dressed ; in
Arab costumes, and danced a stately
minuet. Then followed all sorts of per- -
formances, wild shrieking, beating of -heads,
burning of incense, bowing nn- ;
der colored lights, and ' accompanied all
the while; by the maddening howling."
An immense crowd of spectators" was on
the outside, and a equad of police was
kept busy. . .
lamb Shearers Gathering.
, New Obleanb," Sept. "3. Tle great .
prize fight next " week is attracting an
unusual swarm of "sporting" men from ,
all portions of the continent.'; From ,
now on every train' will, bo crowded.
Steady batting 'continues at the pool ,
rooms, and two institutions of that kind
are open for the purpose of shearing the
lambsahd it " is expected that large "
sums of money vrill be lost and won on.'
the result of the fights. For instance,,
they are ready to pay out $8,640 on the .
Corbett,' Skelly and McAuliffe combina
tion, $a,000 on the Corbett, Skelly and
Myer combination, $4,200 on the Sulli
van, Dixon' and Myer combination,
which 6ee'rh8 to be favorite. Two-dol--lar
mutuals opened this morning. Odds
were posted on the start 4 to 1 on Myer',
3 to 1 on McAuliffe, 5 to 1 on Dixon, 6 '
to 1 on Skelly, and even money on Sul- -
Jivan", and 2 to I on Corbett. -
' A Pointe
utter, cheese, eggs-
ucts and beet.
sugar requi red
e consumption, a
shortage of th
wheat Vop, such us ex-
ists the pre
Id have verv !
eh as a whole.
the second-class baking
cent less strength ? If