Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1892)
Tne Dalles Daily Chronicle.
OFPICIAL PAPER OF DALLES CITY,
AMD WASCO COUNTY. J
National Repnican Ticket
of New York.
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS,
J. F. CAPLES, of Portland.
H. B. MILLER, of Grant's Pass.
G. M. IRWIN, of Union.
D. M. DUNNE, of Portland.
THE PEST-SHIP COMPANY.
The first cholera-infected steamer to
arrive in New York was a vessel of the
Hamburg-American line. The disease
broke out on the steamer when she was
but forty-eight hours out to sea. But
her officers kept her headed straight for
a land free from all taint of the plague
Since then other vessels of the same
line have brought contagion to Amerl
can shores. In all probability the five
cases in New York are traceable to thes6
Other lines have sent infected boats,
but other lines have been prompt in
taking precautions. The Hamburg
American company baa manifested a
majestic indifference to the safety of our
people and to the demands of decency
Still their pest-laden vessels come to us,
Another ship, the Bohemia, arrived on
Sunday, with four cases, from Europe,
As this vessel was found to be infected,
why are the authorities not perfectly
justified in turning her prow about and
sending her back whence she came?
From greed, indifference or sheer wil
fulness, the Hamburg-American com
pany is apparently willing to curse this
country with a pest. There can be no
law compelling us to sit quietly by and
submit to au outrage as heinous as this
...It is interesting to look at the condi
tion and tendency of the wage-worker,
as they appear from the angle of vision
of the greatest of capitalists. For this
reason the utterance of Baron Roths
child upon the subject of labor is inter
esting: "I do not believe in the so
called labor movement," Baron Roths
child says. "Only the idle good-for-
nothings desire the'eigbt-hour day."
He brands as "rubbish" the talk that
there is "danger in so much capital be
ing in the hands of a few men." En
larging upon . this latter phase of the
subject, he undertakes to explain why
it is that the concentration of capital is
not detrimental to the general welfare.
"Some men are richer, others are poor
er, but tomorrow this is all changed,"
he says. "Apart from unhappy excep
tions, which seem to be unavoidable,
each shares in the capital according to
his intelligence, integrity and the work
In Seattle on Monday last Rep. Wil
son pointed out tho disastrous effects
that would have followed the Stewart
silver bill, which would have resulted
in the immediate contraction of the
currency by $100,000,000, the amount of
silver certificates which would have
been rushed into the treasury to secure
exchange in gold. Meantime the treas
ury would have started to coin the $100,
000,000 of silver in its vaults, and as the
mint capacity was only $2,500,000 a
month, it would have been two years
before the government would need to
purchase silver from the mines, most of
which would have to ehut down.
In Spokane, Monday evening, Senator
Allen made a ringing speech to an im
mense and enthusiastic audience. His
arguments were convincing, and he im
pressively proved that the state of
Washington should prove true to the
party that brought it into the union.
He was followed by Col. Winston.
Congressman Wilson is talking to im
mense audiences in Western Washing
ton, and Senator Allen has been heard
from in a crushing speech at Spokane,
so that the campaign in Washington, as
well as Idaho, can no longer be said to
be painfully ' oppressive on account of
its singular -silence
Mr. Gladstone lias found time to eulo
gize the bicycle, and the wheel-makers
are mad, about it. They fear that, all
the young lords . who Jiave been riding
the "bike" will get off and walk rather
than appearing to agree with Gladstone
in anything. " -
Referring to the wholesale naturaliza
tion of aliens for voting purposes, a
Chicago paper eays : It is not expected
that the newly-naturalized citizens will
take an active part in politics until they
have thoroughly mastered the surnames
of at least two presidential candidates.
By an oversight which may yet be
rectified, not a single calamity orator
has thought of denouncing Christopher
Columbus for-discovering" this new
world of woe.
A CHILDLESS HOME.
Smith and his wife have every luxury
that money can buy, but there is one
thing lacking- to their happiness. Both
are fond of children, but no little voices
prattle, no little feet patter in their
beautiful home. " I would give ten
years of my life if I could have one
neaitny, living, cnlia oi my own," smttn
often says to nimselt No woman can
be the mother of healthy offsprinsr un
less she herself is in good health. If she
Buffers from female weakness, general
debility, bearing-down pains and func
tional derangements, her physical con
dition is such that she cannot hope to
nave neaimy ouiidren. Dr. nerce's
Favorite Prescription is a soverign and
guaranteed remedy for all these ailments.
Worn-out, "run-down," feeble worn en,
need Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preaerintion.
It builds them up. It's a powerful, re
storative tonic, or strength-giver free
from alcohol and injurious drugs. The
entire system is renewed and invigora
ted. It improves digestion, enriches the
blood, dispels aches and pains, gives re
freshing' sleep, and restores flesh and
It's the only guaranteed medicine for
women, soia Dy arnggists
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
Notice is herebv riven that the firm
of Abrams & Stewart has been dissolved
by mutual consent.
.- W. R. Abrams is authorized to collect
all amounts due the firm of Abrams &
Stewart, and will pay all demands
against said firm.
W. R. Abrams.
The Dalles, Or., Aug. 15th, 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 oi Jtrencn & (Jo. All notes ana 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
proper vouchers, on or before above
date. The business of the firm must be
closed up without "further delay. Res
pectfullv. W. R. Abrams.
Notice is hereby given that the firm of
leeHop&Oo. is dissolved by mutual
consent. Lee Foong man having this
day purchased the entire interest of Lee
boong. The business will be continued
by Lee Goong and Lee Foong man under
tne firm name oi xee Hop & Uo. All
notes and accounts must be paid to the
new firm of Yee Hop & Co. who will
settle all debts against said firm.
Those desiring Chinese laborers for any
kind of work can secure them bv calling
on mis nrm. y.iudot
STEAM WOOD SAW
We arc in the field for the fall and winter
work, and will cut, split and pile wood
at the lowest possible rates,
NONE BUT WHITE LABOR EMPLOYED
We are here to stay, will spend our money
here, and try and do satisfactory work.
Order boxes at Chrisman & Corson's, cor
ner of Michelbach block, and at the ma
chine, corner of Washington and Fourth
J. 0. MEINS, : : : THE DALLES
BEFORE YOU -ORDER GOODS OF
ANY KIND IN THE FURNISH
aH and $
tXT Shirts of all kinds to order, at
nrices which defy competition. Other
goods in proportion. P. FAGAN,
second at., The Danes.
Solo Agent for WANNAMAKEB & BROWN,
. Philadelphia. Pa.
C. P. STEPHENS,
lioots, Shoes, Hats, Etc.
Fanog (Joodg, Jlotion,
"Etc., Etc., Etc." ' "
134 Second St., next to Dalles National
Bank, Dalles City, Oregon.
W. F. Wiseman,
Saloon and Wine Room
Tho Dalles, - . Oregon. ;.
fyNorthwest corner of Second and
Court Streets. .
M. J. Griner, 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 with bloody flux for. three'
weeks when he commenced using this
medicine. It soon cured him, and lie
believes saved bis 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 he says can be depended upon.
For sale by Blakely & Houghton, drug-
giets. ; ' : -
Stock 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 28th,
1892, at 3 :30 p. m., for the purpose of
electing directors for the ensuing year
and the transaction of such other busi
ness as may come before it.
The Dalles, Oregon, Aug. 12th, 1892.
. G. J. Farley, -Secretary
Wasco Warehouse Co.
NOTICE: SALE OF CIT"lt LOTS.
Notice is hereby given that, by tuthorlty of
Ordinance No. 257, which passed the common
council of Dalles city, September 3d, 1892, enti
tled "An ordinance entitled an ordinauce to
Erovide for the sale of certain lots belonging to
ulles city," I will, on Tuesday, tno lltli day of
October, 1892, sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder, all of the following lots and parts of
lots situated in Gates Addition to Dnlles City,
Watco county, Oregon, to-wit:
Lots 7. 8 am
id 9, In block 27, lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
8, 9 and 10 in block 34, and all of blocks 85, 36,
37, 38, 40, 41, 42 and 43, and lots J, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6,
in mock 4b. -
The reasonable value of said lots, for less than
which ther will not be sold. ha- been fixed and
determined by the common council of Dalles
city, as follows, to-wlt:
LOt 7 in blOCK -ii,
Lot 9 in block 27, 225
Lot 8 in block 34, 250
Lot 5 in block 34,. 275
Lot 7 in block 84, 250
Lot 9 in block 31, 500
Lot 1 in block 35, 225
Lot 3 in block 35, 200
Lot 5 in block 35, 200
Lot 7 In block 35, 175
Lot 9 in block 35, 150
Lot 11 in block 35, 150
Lot 1 in block SC., 225
Lot 3 In block 30. 200
1 ot 8 in block 27, 22
Lot 2 iu block K I, 250
lxc 4 in block y4, .275
Ixt 6 in block 04, 300
1-ot 8 in block V,t, 400
Lot 10 in block 34,. 125
Lot 2 ill block 35, 200
Ixtt 4 in block 35, 200
i ot fi in block So, 200
J-ot 8 in block 35, 150
I-ot 10 in block 85, 150
. I.ot 12 lu block 35, 175
lot 2 in block , 200
1-ot 4 in block 3S, 200
Lot 5 in block 36, 200 .. Lot 6 in block S6, 225
Lot 7 in block 36, 175" "Lot 8 In block 36, 150
Lot 9 in block 36, 150 Lot 10 in block 36, 150
Lot 11 in block 36, 150 Lot 12 in block 36, 175
Lot 1 in block 37, 150 Lot 2 ia block 87, 100
Lot 3 in block 37, 100 Lot 4 in block 37, 100
Lot 5 in block 37, 100 Lot 6 in block 37, 150
Lot 7 in block 37, 150 Lot 8 in block 37, 100
Lot 9 in block 37, 100 Lot 10 in block 37, 100
Lot 11 in block 37, 100 - Lot 12 in block 37,' 150
Lot Unblock 38, 110 Lot 2 in block 38,. 100
Lot 3 in block 38, 100 Lot 4 in block 38, 100
Lot 5 in block SS, 100 I ot 6 in block 38, 110
Lot 7 in block 38, 110 Lot 8 ia block 38, 100
Lot 9 in block 38, 100 Lot 10 in block 38, 100
Lot 11 in block 38, 100 Lot 12 in bloci 38, 110
Lot Unblock 40, 110 Lot 2 in block 10, 100
Lot 8 in block 40, 100 Lot 4 in block 40, 100
Lot 6 in block 40, 100 Lot 6 in block 40, 110
Lot 7 in block 40, 110 Lot 8 iu blcck 40, 100
Lot 9 in block 40, 100 lot 10 in block 40, 100
Lot 11 in b ock 40, 100 Lot 12 in block 40, 110
Lot 1 in block 41,. 150 Lot 2 in block 41, 100
Lot 3 in block 41, 100 Lot 4 in block 41. 100
Lot 5 in block 41, 100 Lot 6 iu b ock 41, lsa
Lot 7 in block 41, 120 Lot s in liloCK 41, OU
Lot 9 in block 41, 100 Lot. io in block 41, 100
Lot 11 in block 41, '100 lot 12 iu bl'ick 41; 125
Lot 1 in block 42, 200 lot 2 ia block 42, 150
Lot 3 in block 42, 150 lot 4 In block 42, 150
Lot 5 in block 42, 150 lot 0 in block 42, 200
Lot 7 in block 42, 100 lot S la block 42, 100
Lot 9 In block 42, 100 . lot 10 in block 42, K0
Lot 11 in block 42, 100 lot 12 iu blcck 42, 100
Lot 1 in block 43, 225 Lot 2 in block 43, 175
Lot 3 in block 43, 175 1-ot 4 in block 48, 175
Lot 5 in block 43, 175 Lot 6 in block 43, 225
Lot 7 in block 4::, 100 Lot 8 in block 43, 100
Lot 9 in block 43, 100 Lot 10 in block 43, 100
Lot 11 in block 43, 100 Lot 12 in block 43, 100
Lot 1 in block 46, 125 Lot 2 in block 46, 100
Lot 3 in block 46, 100 Lot 4 in block 46, 100
Lot 5 in block 46, 100 Lot 6 in block 46, 125
Each of said lots will be sold upon the lot
respectively and none of tliem shall be sold for
a less sum than the value thereof as above
One fourth of the-price bid on any of said lots
shall be paid in cash at the time of sale, und the
remainder in two equal payments ou or before
one and two years from the date of such sale,
respectively, with interest on such deferred pay
ments at the rnto of ten per cent, per annum,
payable annually. Provided that payment may
be "made in full at the time of sch sale at the
option of the purchaser.
The sale will beKiu on the 11th day of October,
1892. at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. of said dav. i
ana win oe continuea irom time to time unm an
of said lots shall be sold.
Dated this 8th day of September, ISM.
Recorder of Dalles City.
NEPTUNE SHAVING PARLORS AND BATH ROOMS.
TRAZER & . WINDHAM, Proprietors.
At the old stand of R. Lusher, -
pS- . J'!l' y! I py if ''(":
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
Corner Union and Second
MAIBR & BENSON
.: DEALERS IN
GROCERIES, STf?AvfEAst HARDWARE
TINNING AND PLUMBING A SPECIALTY.
Jieave orders cor. Third and
. Y' THE DALLES, OR.
. - - ICS I ICKI ICK! '.'J . 1
. Having on hand a large 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. Xauer's store, Second street, .'.v;
, 5-2tf Gates & Allison, t
. AU. Dalles City warrants registered
prior to October- 71890, will be paid if
presented at tbv office; Interest
from and after this aate.T
-.' Dated-July 7th, 1892. "JJIU
- - 1. ROEDEX,
" tf. ' .Treas. Dalles City.
Notice" is - hereby given 'that' the
firm of E. Jacobsen & Co. has been dis
solved by mutual consent. O. S. Savage
has this day aold his one-half interest
in said firm to E. Jacobsen and said E.
Jacobsen is now sole owner of the busi
ness and will continue the same at .the
old stand. He will collect all accounts
due the firm of . Jocobsen & Co. and
pay all demands against said firm.
; - E. Jacobsen,
Ottis S, Savage.
The Dalles Sept. 3d, 1892. 9.3.1m
The Dalles, Wasco county, Or., Aug.
23d, 1892. I hereby notify alt business
men, and the public generally, that I
will - not be responsible for any debts
contracted by my wife, Mrs. F. J. Davis,
she having left my bed and board.
8.24d5twlt Ed. Davis.
County Treasurer's Notice.
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. ' t
The Dalle?, July 16, 1892. . y
William Michell, -."
7.18tf Treasurer Wasco County, Or.
, , . The Ice Wagon.
... The ice wagon of Cates & Allison is on
the streets every morning from 6 to 8
o'clock. Any orders for ice left with
Will Yanbibber's express or at the store
of Chas. Lauer will be promptly at
tended to. .. . Cates & Allison.
Candies, Fraiis, Nnts, Sofia Water,
' Ice Cream, Tobacco and Cigars."
. MAKUrACTCBEK Or
First Class Syrups Top Saloons and
Soda Fountains, Etc.
Second iftruct, Xext !.r to Wingate's Hall
Second St., 0pp. Hood's Stable,
Will repair your fine Buggies
and Carriages,, shoe your fine
Driving Horses, and in fact do
all your blacksmitbing in the
finest style. Satisfaction guar
anteed. GUNNING & HOCKMHN .Props.
no Front St, The Dalles, Oregon.,
goods delivered free and promptly
streets, The Dalles, Oregon.
Union, or 133 Second st.
CO LU M B 1 A BR EWERY,
X-:;AUGUSTi BUCHLER, PropV.
This well-known Brewery ia now taming oat th beet Beer and Porter
east of the Cascades.- The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health-
., v.v.u., u uiuy
the market.v - . - -
-The Ltateh String is BLlcaays Out T
Sprii? apd Summer, season
-nut moras are tilings, and a small drop of ink,
- Falling, like flew, upon a thought, produces - -:
That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, thiiik. '
WB TRUST TO INTEREST AND DO TOD GOOD.
Buy Out? Shoes -1
THE DALLES MERCANTILE CO.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE -DALLES.
M SPBIjIG HJiD SDIQJilEI) DRY GOODS
COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
Glothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Gaps,
Boots and Shoes. '
Full Assortment of the Leading Manufacturers.
Cash Bayers mill save money by examining oar stock,
and prices before purchasing elsecahere.
S KI B B Er
3E". . Xi.
CHICKERING PIANOS ; EARHUFF ORGANS.
' - Sold on Easy Terms.
LSO, a fine
E. Jacobsen & Go,
16 SECOND STREET. The Dalles, Or.
CLOUD OMR INN.
Open fpom July 1st to Oetobeir 1st.
This picturesque hcmtlery, built of silver fir logs, and rooted securely on the
edge of a precipice on the north Bide of Mount Hood ia within fifteen minutes '
walk of the perpetual' ice and enow of Eliot Glacier, 7,000 feet above the sea
level, twenty-seven miles-from Hood River, over the finest roads in the United
States. Fare for the round trip $8.00; rates per day f 3.50. . j
The Table at Cloud Cap Inn is supplied with everything the market affords.
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.
W. A. LANGDLIjE, Manager. .
THE EUROPEAN HOUSE.
The Corrugated Building next Door to Court House. -
Hanflsomely FnrnisM Booms to Rent ljy tne Day, Week or Montli.
Meals Prepared by a First Class English Cook,
TRAWSIEN"T PATRONAGE SOLICITED. - -
. Good Sample Rooms . for, Commercial Men. - .
me nrsi-ciaes article will be placed
. - .
WALTER H. TEN NY &, CO.,
- BOSTON. MHSS.
HOT E L
assortment of 12-Mos., Cloth-
only twenty-five cents each.
our Show Windows.
FOR ALL SCHOOLS AT
BED ROCK PRICES.