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OFFICIAL PAPEK OF DALLES CITY.
AND WASCO COUNTY.
National Republican Ticket
of New York.
FOB PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS,
J. F. CAPLES, of Portland.
H. B. MILLER, of Grant's Pass.
G. M. IRWIN, of Union.
I). M. DUNNE, of Portland.
IIAS FINALLY BOLTED.
Governor Pennoyer's anticipated bolt
ing speech was launched upon the peo
pie before an audience of 500 at Rose
burg Saturday, at a peoples' party
meeting. He renounced and denounced
democracy; issued his declaration of
faith and declared his future adherence
to the peoples' party, with free silver,
paper money, income tax and all. The
report says the eovernor was listened to
attentively, but evoked no enthusiasm
whatever. Scarcely a murmur of ap
plause greeted his most brilliant re
remarks, there being seemingly a gen
eral distrust among the peoples' party
men and a great disgust among the
democrats. Of course, the republicans
were not expected to enthuse, and they
did not. Before stating the leading
issues of political parties before the peo
ple, he paid his respects to Grover
Cleveland after this style :
Some two and a half years ago, just
following Cleveland's anti-silver letter,
in response to a request I said to the
Cincinnati Enquirer: "The great
masses of the democratic party in the
United States favor the free coinage of
silver. Mr. Cleveland opposes it. Ma
homet must come to the mountain, as
the mountain will not go to Mahomet."
But I was mistaken. A phenomenon in
the political world has occurred al
most as remarkable as the removal of a
mountain at the command of a prophet.
A great political party, with nearly a
century's history of consistency in faith
and devotion to principle, has at last
proved recreant to all its traditions, and
forswearing its fealty to the cause of the
people, has knelt in blind, idolatrous
devotion at the shrine of a man whose
sole distinguishing characteristic is his
stubborn subserviency to the demands
of the inonometalists.
A careful investigation, however, dis
closes the fact that this devotion is
really not to him, as he has neither the
personal qualities, the intellectual en
dowments, nor the political sagacity to
win homage. Like the moon, his efful
gence is a borrowed light. The real!
reason of his potency is the fact that his
candidacy is demanded by the money
power. In his nomination the strength,
if any, which was gained, was from the
fitrong boxes of Wall 6treet. As the
Eious Mussulman turns at each prayer
is face toward Mecca, so the demo
cratic party, in the hope that "thrift
might follow fawning," at the Chicago
convention turned its back upon all of
its revered traditions, its time-honored
principles, and its heretofore unbroken
record of devotion to the people's cause,
and with its face to the east, made a
most profound salaam to the great Joss
- set up by the devotees of monometalism
-and rank rag-money.
Concerning the sensation of the Chi
cago Times that the murderer of Dr.
Cronin is an inmate of the Oregon state
penitentiary, the Oregonian today save
"Coleman," the Geoghegan of the Times
Btory, denies complicity in the crime,
but of course that mght be expected.
He admits having lived in Chicago,
where he has a wife ; was pressman on
the Times, and knew both Dr. Cronin
and the ice man Sullivan, but claims
that he has never been a member of any
Irish society. His present term of ser
vice would expire next month, and he is
willing to go back to Chicago and stand
trial. He is said to be a hard-looking
character, but lias been well behaved in
prison. He was sentenced for robbery
March 26th, 1S91.
When the Oregonian called ua J. C.
Ireland, the French editor from The
Dalles last week, a feeling of resentment
possessed us, but as it is not the kid in
knee breeches which we used to paddle
thought it best to let the subject pass
unnoticed. We now feel satisfied since
the same sheet, under quite similar cir
cumstances, introduces Senator Joseph
M. Dolph . Such errors may be excusable,
under certain circumstances, but where
a man fights in the front rank his name
should be spelled correctly in the Oregonian.
There is terrible distress in Hamburg,
though cholera is (lying out. The phy
sicians fear that the scarcity of food and
clothes among the unemployed will re
sult in a series of minor epidemics
throughout the winter.
Joseph Erneste Renan, the renowned
philosopher and historian, died yester
day, aged 69.
USED THEM 15 HIS BLOVT-GU5.
Doctor 41 Well, my fine little fellow,
you have got quite well again. I was
sure the pills I left for you would cure
you. How did you take them, In water
r in cake?"
Boy " Oh, I used them In my blow
gun." The little fellow put the nasty, great,
griping, old-fashioned pills to a good use.
At most, all his internal economy need
ed was a dose of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets. They are tiny, sugar-coated
granules, easy to take, and are gently
aperient, or actively cathartic, according
to size of dose. As a laxative, only one
tiny Pellet is required.
The "Pellets" cure Sick Headache,
Bilious Headache, Constipation, Indi
gestion, Bilious Attacks, and all de
rangements of the Liver, Stomach and
The 'Pellets" arc purely vegetable,
and operate without disturbance to the
system, diet, or occupation.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets are the cheapest
pilL sold by druggists, because they are
guaranteed to give satisfaction in every
case, or their price ( 25 cents a vial ) is
refunded. Can you ask more?
Stock Holders Meeting.
The regular annual meeting of the
stock holders of The Chronicle Pub
lishing Com nan v will be held in the hall
over The Chronicle office at 8 p. m.,
October 14th, 1892. Directors for the
ensuing year will be elected, and such
.other business as may properly come
ueiure Baiu meeting win on transacted
thereat. V. G. Bolton, secretary.
City taxes for 1892 are now due and
payable within sixtv days, at the office
of the undersigned.
Li. Korden, Citv Treasurer.
Dalles City, July 6th. 1892.
Dipaolutftoii of Co-partnernhlp.
Notice is hereby given that the firm
of Abrams & Stewart has been dissolved
bv 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.
vv . K. Abrams.
The Dalles, Or., Aug. 15th, 1892.
Notice is hereby sriven 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 ot tne same lmmecuateiy 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
proper vouchers, on or before above
date. The business of the firm must be
closed up without further delay. Res
pectfully, W. R. Abrams.
STEAM WOOD SAW
Wo are in the field for tbefall and winter
work, und will cut, split and pile wood
at the lowest possible rates,
NONE BUT WHITE LABOR EMPLOYED
We are here to stay, will send our money
here, and try and do satisfactory work.
Order boxes at Chrisman & Corson'a, cor
ner of Michelbach block, and at the ma
chine, corner of Washington and Fourth
J. 0. MEINS, : : : THE DALLES
f A Girl Wanted.
For general housework in the countrv.
, Apply at this office. 9-30dtf
BEFORE YOU ORDER GOODS OF
ANY KIND IN THE FURNISH
alf amel See; me
fJBT Shirts of all kinds to order, at
prices which defy competition. Other
goods in proportion. P. FAGAN,
Second St., The Dalles.
Sole Agent for WANNAMAKER & BROWN,
C. F. STEPHENS,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Etc.
FanciJ fjoodg, pfofiong,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
131 Second St., next to Dalles National
Bank, Dalles City, Oregonl
W. F. Wiseman,
Saloon and fine Room.
""Northwest . corner of Second and
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 he says can be depended upon.
For sale by Blakcly & Houghton, druggists.
A. Traveling; Man's Experience With
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's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
I ventured to make a trial and was
wonderfully relieved. I would like now
to introduce it among my friends. H.
M. Lewis, 24 Freeman street, Cleveland,
Ohio. For sale by Blakely & Houghton,
NOTICE: SALS OF CITY LOTS.
Notice is hereby given that, by nuthority of
Ordinance No. 257. which uassed the common
council of Dalles city, September 3d. 1892, enti
tled "An ordinance entitled an ordlnauce to
Brovide for the sale of certain lots belonging to
alles city," 1 will, on Tuesday, tne 11th day of
October, 1892, sell at public auction, to the high
est bidder, all of the following lots and partx of
lots situated in Gates Addition to Dalles City,
Lots 7, 8 and 9, in block 27. lota 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
8. 9 and 10 in block 34, and all of blocks 35, 36,
37, 38, 40, 41, 42 and 43, and lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 And 6,
in block 46.
The reasonable value of said lots, for less than
which they will not be sold, has been fixed and
determined by the common council of Dalles
Having on hand a large supply of ice
no uo cpatcu vu luroua our custom
ers with ice in any quantity at a reason
able rate. We guarantee we will supply
the demand without advancing prices
inrougnouE tne season. JLeave orders at
l. . Lauer'a store, Second street.
5-2tf Catis A Aixibox.
All Dalles City warrants registered
prior to October 7, 1890, will be paid if
presented at my office. Interest ceases
irom ana alter this date.
Dated July 7th, 1892.
' L. RORDEK,
' tf. Treas. Dalles City.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the
firm of E. Jacobsen & Co. has been dis
solved by mutual consent. O. S. Savage
has this day sold 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 E. Jocobeen & 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 all business
men, and the public generally, that I
will not be responsible for any debts
contracted by my wife, Mrs. F. J. Davis,
the having left my bed and board.
8.24dotwlt Ed. Davis.
city, as follows, to-wit:
ixt 7 in DIOCE Z7, sx
Lot 9 in block 27. 225
Lot S in block 31, 2-tO
Lot 5 in block 34, 27ft
Lot 7 in block 31, 250
Lot 9 in block 34, 500
Lot 1 in block 35, 225
Lot i in block 35, 200
Lot 5 in block 3a, 2U0
Lot 7 in block 35. 175
Lot 9 in block 35, 150
Lot 11 in block 35. 150
Lot 1 in block 36, 225
Lot 3 in block 36, 200
Lot 5 In block 36, 200
Lot 7 in block 36, 175
Lot 9 in block 36. 150
Lot 11 in block 36, 150
Lot Unblock 37, 150
Lot 3 in block 87, 100 .
Lot 5 in block 37, 100
Lot 7 in block 37, 150
Lot 9 in block 37, 100
Lot 11 in block 37, 100
Lot Unblock 38, 110
Lot Sin block !8. 100
Lot 5 is block 38, 100 v
Lot 7 in block 38, 110
Lot 9iB block S8, 100
Lot 11 in block 38, 100
Lot Unblock 40, 110
Lot S in block 40, 100 . -
Lot 5 in block 40. 100
Lot 7 in block 40, 110
Lot 9 in block 40, 100
Lot 11 in block 40. 100
Lot 1 in block 41, 150
Lot Sin block 41, 100
Lot 5 in block 41, 109
Lot 7 in block 41, 125
Lot 9 in block 41, 100
Lot 11 in block 41, loo .
Lot 1 in block 42, 200
Lot 3 in block 42, 15o
Lot 5 in block 42, 150
Lot 7 in block 42, 100
Lot 9 in block 42, 1(10
Lot 11 in block 42, 109
lot 1 in block 43, 225
Lot Sin block 43, 175
Lot 5. in block 43, 175
Lot 7 in block 43, 100
Lot in block 43, 100
Lot II in block 43. 100
Lot Unblock 46, 125
Lot 3 in block 46. 100
Lot 5 in block 46, 100
I ot Sin block 27, $22
Lot 2 iu block ."I, 250
lot 4 in block si, 275
lot 6 in block 3 1, 300
lot 8 in block 34, 400
lot 10 in block 34, 125
lot 2 in block 35, 200
Lot 4 in block 35, 2110
lot 8 in block 35, 200
lot 8 in block 35, 150
lot 10 in block "35, 150
Jot 12 in block 35, 175
lot 2 in block 36, 200
Lot 4 in block 36, 200
lot 6 in block 36, 225
lot 8 in block 36, 150
Lot 10 in block 36, 150
Lot 12 in block 86, 175
Lot 2 in block 37, 100
Lot 4 in block 37, 100
lot 6 in block 87, 150
Lot 8 in block 37, 100
Lot 10 in block 37, 100
Lot 12 in block 37, 150
Lot 2 in block 3S, 100
Lot 4 in block 38, .100
lot 6 in block 38, 110
Lot 8 in blwk 38, 100
lot 10 in block 38, 100
Lot 13 in bloc 38, 110
lot 2 in block 4i, 100
. lot 4 in block 40, 100
lot 6 in block 40, "110
lot 8 in block 40, MO
Jot 10 in block 40, 100
Jot 12 in Mock 40, 110
Jot 2 in block 41, 100
lot 4 in block 41, ino
Jot 6 in b ock 41. 150
Jot 8 iu block 41, 100
Io. 10 in block 41. 100
Jot 12 in block 41, 125
lot 2 in block 12, 150
lot 4 in bloek 42, 150
lot 6 iu block 42, 200
lot 8 in block 42, loo
lot 10 in block 42, 100
lot 12 in block 42, 100
lot 2 iu block 43, 175
lot 4 in block 4;;, 175
lot 6 in block 43, 225
Lot Sin block 43, 100
Jot 10 in block 43, 100
lot 12 in block 43, 100
lot 2 in block 46, 100
Jot 4 in block 46. 100
Lot 6 in block 46, 125
Conntjr Treasurer's Notice.
All county warrants registered 'prior
to March 13, 1880, will be paid if pre
sented at my office, corner Third and
Washiugton streets. Interest ceases on
and after this date.
The Dalles, July 16, 1892.
T.lStf Treasurer Wasco County, Or.
' ' ;-Tle lee Wag-on '.
The ice wagon of Cates & Allison is on
the streets every morning, from 6 to 8
o'clock. Any orders for-iee left with
Will Vanbibber's express or at the store
of Chas. Lauer will be promptly at
tended to. . - Cates & Allison.
Kach of said lots will be sold utxm the lot
respectively and none of them shall be sold for
a less sum than the value- thereof ax above
One fourth of the nrice bid on anv of said lots
shall be paid in cash at the time of sale, and the
remainder in two equal payments on or before
one and two years from the date of such stile,.
respectively, with interest on sucn acicried pay
ments at the rate of ten ter cent, per annum.
payable annually. Provided that payment may
be made in full at the time of such sale at the
option of the purchaser.
me saie win Dcgin on tne inn aay at ueioocr,
1892. at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. of said day.
and will be continued from time to time until alt
of said lots shall be sold.
Dated this 8th day of Sep tern her. 1802.
Jtccordcrof Dulles City.
Casflies, Fraixs, Hnls, Sofla Vater,
Icb Cream, Tobacco and Cigars -
First Class Syraps for Saloons and
Soda Fountains, Ete.
Sccnnd Street, Next door to Wingate's Hall
City Blacksmith Shop
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
This well-known Brewerv is now tnmin.. w k, t?,. i r .-
east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of goodWlth-
mirwucea, ana oniy tne first-class article will be placed on
THE DALLES MERCANTILE CO.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE DALLES. '
BRAIN ARD & ARMSTRONG'S
. . .
. SPOOL SILK
FINE LINE OF
No. 39Q to 394, '2d street, The Dalles
" . .IT fT-"
HEW SPP fljIO SU1IEQ DRY GOODS
' j l' ' ' . .
f COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods. Hats, Gaps,
J' . . 4.
Boots ana anoes.
Full Assortment of the Leading Manufacturers.
Cash Bayers mill save money by exammmg ooi stock
.. 4 a s J J
ano prices oeiore parenasing elsetahere. . . .
KIBBE t HOTEL.
W . Ij.
Second St., 0pp. Hood's Stable,
THK DALLES, - - - OREO
Will repair your fine Buggies
and Carriages, shoe your fine
Driving Horses,- and in fact do
- all your blac&smitbing in the
finest style. Satisfaction guaranteed.
GUtfHltfG 8t flOGKIKflfl ,Props.
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. Ml goods delivered free and promptly
Corner Union and Second streets, The Dalles, Oregon.
NEPTUNE SHAVING PARLORS AND BATH ROOMS.
FRAZER & WYNDHAM, Proprietors.
s ; f .! v :, '.)-
At the old stand'of R. Lusher,
' no Front St, The Dalles, Oregon.
MAIER & BENTON
Gord Wood oil
GROCERIES, Granges ,
AND C RABAPPLE
TINNING AND PLUMBING A SPECIALTY.
Leave orders cor. Third and Union, or 133 Second st.
: THE,DALLES,; OR.. .
a? Sir "'
o 5 S?s
CHICKERING PIANOS; EARHUFF ORGANS.
Sold on Easy Terms.
LSO, a fine assortment of 12-Mosv Cloth-
-Bound r only twenty-five cents each.
Ixx)k at our Show Windows.
FOR ALL SCHOOLS AT
BED ROCK PRICES.
E. Jacobsen &, Co
16P SECOND STREET. The Dalles, Or.
CLOUD CHP INN.
Open fpom July 1st to Oetobei 1st.
This picturesque hostlery, built of silver fir logs, and rooted securely on the
edge of a precipice on the north side of Mount Hood is within fifteen minutes
walk of the perpetual ice and snow of Eliot Glacier, 7,000 feet above the sea
level, twenty-seven miles from Hood Biver, over the finest roads in the United
States. Fare for the round trip $8.00 ; rates per day $3.50.
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. LANG-IIjIiE, Manager.
THE EUROPEAN HOUSE.
The Corrugated Building next Door to Court House.
Handsomely FnmisM Rooms to tot in tne Day. feeiflrlioatn
Meals Prepared by a First Class English CooteN
TRANSIENT PATRONAGE SOUCTTED.
- . Good Sample Rooms for Commercial Men. , ' .. ...
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