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CabotW, 14 yards for... .1.;. I.......'.......:. $1.00
Cabot A, 13 yards for ...:....:.;........... v. 1.00
Clover, 14 yards for r.. ....... .......;.v.. ..$1.00
Chapman X, 13 yards for ...... 1,00
Fruit of the Loom, 10 yards for..., 1.00
WIDE BLEACHED SHEETINGS.
5-4, per yard : .14
0-4, per yard ... .10
8-4, per yard .20
t)-4, per yard . ........... '.. .25
10-4, per yard.... , 27-i
Amoskeag Staple Ginghams, 11 yards for
Amoskeag Shirtings, 9 yards for..
Indigo Bine Prints, 14 yards for
Table Oilcloth, per yard
Ladies' Fast Black Hose, per pair
Clark's O. N. T. Thread, per doz
Men's Cotton Socks, -per doz
Men's Scarlet Wool Socks, per pair...
Men's Riveted Overalls, per pair
Engineers' Riveted Overalls, per pair..........
The Dalles Daily Chroniele.
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as second-class matter.
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Official foretwt for twenty-four Hours cndii.g at
5 p. vi. tomorrow:
Fair weather nearly stationary temper
ature followed by lighter rains.
Portland, Kov. 2d, 1892.
- NOV. 2, 1892
Mr. Geo. Filloon of Portland, is in the
Eastern on the half shell at the Bald
John Booth is adding materially to
the shelf room in his store.
Mr. J. H. Shearer, and Mr. Hugh G.
Jordan of Shearer bridge, are in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Erslcin returned from
Portland last night, en route to Erskin
ville. The Dufur parties are expected back
at The Dalles this evening about 7
The Dalles Mercantile company have
a bran new delivery wagon on the streets
Mr. W. Koss Winans, proprietor of
the new town in Hood River valley, is
in the city.
Misses Jeannette and Grace Williams
returned on the noon train yesterday
The democracy of The Dalles are Dre-1
paring to give a genuine, old fashioned
rally in this city.
Republicans in the Weaver camp:
How do you like the force bill as ap
plied by Chairman Dan Murphy?
After two days and part of two nights
the jury in the case of Craft v. Lanning
returned a verdict in thirty minutes for
$34 for Craft.
The land . in dispute between Craft
and Lanning is situated on Tygh ridge,
east of Nansene. Lanning still has his
lease, but Craft is in possession.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Drew are in the
city. They leave tomorrow by steamer
Kegulator for a visxt to Mr. Oilman, at
hia new home in the Willamette valle
warehouses. Aside from the crop har
vested in Wasco, nearly all the grain in
Klickitat counts, has sought a nxaxfcfft
hf re the present season.
At the suggestion of Frank EganV
Maier & Benton started in today to make
11,400 new tin badges to take the place
of the Cleve and Steve badges now ob
solete. The new - badge is to have a
photo of Seth Morgan for . the centraL'
figger. v y
At the conclusion or the meeting last
night Hon. B. S. Huntington announced
that on Saturday evening Hon. G. M.
Irwin of Union county, one of the gen
tlemen who will cast the vote of Oregon
for Harrison and Reid, in spite ot the
alleged fusion, will address the people of
Wasco county at the Court house. This
is a. speech you will want to hear
Everybody "come, v, : -
PEKSE & 7VTMYS.
Chief Engineer Jud S. Fish and N. J.
Sinnott took a spin out to Dufur this
morning behind the favorite trotter Sim
Reed. Mr. Sinnott was one of the speak
ers at Dufur this afternoon
B. B. Smith of La Grande, arrived in
The Dalles yesterday from a Tuna hedge
trip over in Klickitat. He says nothing
over that way has pleased the farmers
better for fencing in many years.
Two young men who come to
Dalles highly recommended, Mr. Charles
Gibson of Saginaw, Mich., and Mr. Ed
ward v. erick or Jsunalo, J. i., are
about to open a night school of business
and short-hand in the city. Such an
institution is verv much desired in The
Dalies, 8nd The Chiioxicle wishes them'
This evening the merchants and busi
ness men of this city who have become
subscribers to the Merchants Retail
Commercial Agency, will meet in the
council chamber at 8 :15 sharp, for the
purpose of perfecting the Wasco county
branch, election of officers, etc. Mr. E.
H. Avey, who has been instrumental in
working the branch, will be present and
give instructions in operating the same.
, From now on till January 1st the kill
ing of any deer will be a misdemeanor,
and the killing of elk, moose or mount
ain sheep will not be lawful till August
1st. On the loth of this month the sea
son for shooting grouse, pheasant, quail
or partridges will close, not to reopen
till Sept. 1st. So the owner of a rifle or
shotgun will soon have to put his arms
away and forget the good eating afforded
by the toothsome pheasant.
THE LOST CAUSE.
Geo. Js'owlaml-Butcuer-TVeaver Don't
A postscript might be considered es
sential today to clear up some of the re
ports about the Harrity, Murphy dem
ocratic ,"solo" which candidates Now
land and Butcher refuse to play. Noth
ing official has been promulgated from
democratic headquarters in Portland,
but the Oregonian got onto the deal, and
shows that the session last night was
anything but" a love-feast. Butcher,
"with undiminished respect for the na
tional committee" ignored its instruc
tions. He might be pulled out of the
race, but he would not voluntarily re
tire. It was the same with Mr. Now
land. He declined the invitation of
Chairman Harrity of the national dem
ocratic committee '"with thanks." Thus
it was that the national and state heads
of the party were promptly snubbed,
and the party plunged into chaos.
Chairman Murphy does not propose
to stand this rebellion. act on the part of
Nowland and Butcher, and says: "I
shall send a circular to every democratic
organization in the state, notifying them
of the national committee's desire and
telling them that it meets with the state
committee's unqualified indorsement.
Individually I want to see the demo
cratic vote of Oregon cast to beat Harri
son, and it can only be made effective in
that direction by going for Weaver.
The national committee recently sent an
agent to this state to investigate the sit
uation. It was his report that prompted
the committee to issue that request for
withdrawal of our ticket." - -
Now Ruth, you and Grace have had
your little Halloween run, and if vou
will return the gate belonging to me and
taken from the Gilmer property on the
bill, tnere will De no questions asked,
omerwise you win near more anon.
r '.- C. E. Bayakd
JNot a little damage is done to the
holographic trade generally by items
under the above headings. To the pub
lic it means photos resplendent with
colors ; green, yellow, red, white, blue,
and our local photographers are often
called upon to produce such work, an
when they inform their customers tha
it is impossible, the customer produci
some newspaper or periodical which 1
naa preserved ior tne occasion and points
with pride to the above' heading and
asks them to read that and post ther,
selves. Photos can only be made In
"Black and White." A building which
has half a dozen different colors upon it
is photographed, the resultant photo
graph produces the different colors in
different shades of white, gray and
black, but always in respect to the
actinic values of the different colors.
For instance, a white sign with sky blue
letters Upon it would photograph white,
you could not distinguish the letters
upon it ; but under this new discovery
it is possible to produce a photograph
which shows the letters. That is color
photography, and the fraternity will
have to be content with it until some
thing better is produced by our experts.
A good example of color photography
can be seen by calling "at D. C. Herrin's
gallery, near the postoffice, and examin
ing a large photo of the ancient chariot
race in Rome. This photograph is
really a masterpiece. One is held spell
bound when standing before it and
watching the horses coming down the
arena with nostrils expanded and every
nerve and muscle strained, the drivers
with their faces drawn and plying the
whip like madmen. Every one who
sees it remarks involuntarily "Ben
Hur." It can only be seen to be appre
ciated. This photo is copied from a
large oil painting by one of the old mas
ters. The photo reflects credit upon the
artist, for all the different shades of
colors in the original painting is pro
duced in the photograph as far as it is
possible for them to be produced by the
profession today. Mr. Herrin has been
here but a short time but his work has
made a name for him. A visit to his
gallery will convince the most skeptical
that he is master of his profession.
With one of the best galleries in Oregon
and all the latest improvements he can
make photos equal to any in the state,
from locket size up to 18x22, direct from
His views of Columbia river scenery
cannot be beaten anywhere, by any
body "Where rolls the Oregon, nor bears
a Bound save his own dashings."
Mr. Herrin had -a fine display of
photos at the Wasco County fair and
took first prize in the three following
grades : Best collection views, best col
lection portraits, best general collection
Big Creek Mines. '
Long Creek Eagle. Sandy Hancock
came down from the Big Creek mines
Monday to take a vacation of a few days.
From him we learn' that ' placer mining
still continues at the Big Creek, three or
four claims being in operation at pres
ent. The Ah Dick company continues
operations, while the Bob Marshal com
pany is piping off a rich tract that was
passed by the former company. Both
companies are doing well, having a good
head of water. vSandy is still at work on
his claim,' but only being able to pipe
about two hours each day,' is not in a
position to make much progress.
Ths Dalles, PortM act Moria
Freigni ana PassgngsrLine
Through daily service (Sundays ex
cepted) between The Dalles and Port
land. Steamer Regulator leaves The
Dalles at 6 a. m. connecting at Cascade
Locks with steamer Dalles City.
Steamer Dalles City leaves Portland
(Yamhill street dock) at 6 a. m. con
necting with steamer Regulator for The
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced.
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. LAUGHLIN,
HKK3IAXN WITH US.
Interesting: Address of Over Two
Hours Attentively Listened to.
Hon. Binger Hermann, Oregon's in-
efatigable congressman, entertained a
acked audience at the Court house last
night talking upon the political issues of
the day for two hours and twenty min
utes, during which time not half a dozen,
people left the hall. He opened by re
ferring to the political change which has
given Oregon increased representation
iu congress and taken bim practically
out of this district, but he should con
tinue to serve Eastern Oregon to the ex
tent of his ability, and it gave him un
speakable pleasure to be honored with
theinvitation he hadreceived to be with
us on thiswuisiojiXf He briefly alluded
to the cascade caaN and locks, and
treated that part of his subject as a work
practically completed, so far as any fur
ther legislation was concerned, congrat
ulating us as a community upon the
near approach of the time when our
steamers and barges would pass uninter
ruptedly to the seaport, laden with the
products of the Inland Empire. He re
ferred to the necessity of action to secure
further extension of time for settlers on
the forfeited railroad lands to make
payments, and to the justness of the
claim for rebate of $1.25 per acre to those
who have paid $2.50, on th score of
honest and fair dealing between the gov
ernment and its people, pledging his
support to any measures needed to se
cure justice to the settler whose appeals
were nnheeded because of the mistaken
ideas of members who failed to compre
hend the situation.
Turning to the great issues of the day
he said this was a canvass in which we
could all say there was no cause for per
sonal aspersion, -.lno question was,
which one of the. four candidates shall
we support? Consistently and honestly
reviewing the subject Mr. Hermann
proceeded to show that no party had
ever existed which had done so much
for a people as the republican party had
done for the people of the United States
of America. From . the adjustment of
land claims to the - advantage of the
farming communities, to the protection
of all, the farmer, the laborer and the
manufacturer, the policy of the republi
can party had been the policy ofprogres
s ion, and had made America the best
market the world has. Besides this the
American financial system was the best
in existence. Under Buchanan the na
tion paid 12 'per cent, per annum for
money, under Harrison we have all we
need at 2 per cent, per annum, and the
days wages of the laborer will buy more
now than two days labor purchased then.
Protection of the farm products saved us
millions annually, the one item of eggs
alone, taxed five cents per dozen, had
saved to the producers $2,500,000, and
, the tax on horses had saved $20,000,000,
very many such items were cited to
show what protection has done for the
farmer. Your city license protects the
local merchant against the foreign ped
lar ; yet the free trader would let him in
through our ports with -ship loads of
merchandise to compete with 'our tax
payers. We are 44 nations among our
selves carrying on within ourselves the
practical internal workings of free trade
but externally we believe as republicans
in protection. .
. The extent ,of the commerce of the na
tion was elaborated, but lack of space
prevents a complete report of his refer
ences and summary of the facts. We
consume one half of the tin of the world
one-third of the wool ; one-fifth of the
sugar; one quarter of the coal j we have
OVERS H I RTS,
109 SECOND STREET,
M ISS ANNA PETER & CO..
Pine Millinery !
112 Second street,
Stoxeman & Fiege, dealers in
Boots and Shoes. All goods
we sell,' we. warrant.'
114 S'l'irfn k-i'JLm
one-fifth of the world's population, we
ate an immense " nation. Our savings
banks show the condition of 'Our wage
earners, compare them with tne wage
earners of Europe. Other nations who
have come in under reciprocity are our
best patrons. We now furnish Cuba
with bread. Every shred of evidence
which has come from any reliable source
has indicated a condition of prosperity
in all the industries of the entire coun
try, which ought to be enough. to satisfy
anv man with two lobes to his brain
that the conditions are as reported.
Trade has been brisk, employment con
stant, manufactories busy, production
enormous. ' . '
It is not purposed in this article to
enter a verbatim report of Mr. Her
mann's address. Such would be impos
sible, as he is a rapid talker, and said a
great deal during the two hours and
over devoted to the occasion. He closed
his remarks by a special appeal to the
young men, asking them to carefully.
review the parties, and join the cause
that is just, the party of progressive
principles, the republican party. ,
At nine o'ciock tnis niormnz air. .ner
mann, and several gentlemen from The
Dalles, left for Dufur, where ne is speak
ing this afternoon.
To the wife of Wm.
H. Sharp Nov. 1st,
There's a patent medicine which is
not a patent medicine paradoxical as
that may sound. Its a discovery ! the
golden discovery of medical ecience ! Its
the medicine for yon tired, run-down,
exhausted, nerve-wasted men and wo
men ; for you sufferers from diseases of
skin or scalp, liver or lungs its chance
is with every one, its season alwavs,
because it aims to purify the fountain
of life the blood upon which all such
diseases depend. The medicine is Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
The makers of it have enough . confi
dence in Tt to sell it on trial. That is
you qan get it from your druggist, and
if is doesn't do what its claimed to do,
you can get your money back, every cent
That's what its makers call taking the
risk of their words. '
Tiny, little, sugar-coated granules,
are what Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
are. The best Liver Pills ever invented ;
active, yet mild in operation ; cure sick
and bilious headaches. One a dose.
We bee to inform the public that we
are about to open a night school of busi
ness and short hand here in the city,
and respectfully solicit the patronage of
all such young men and women as desire
to secure a practical knowledge of busi
ness. For full and further particulars
apply at room 4, reach's block.,
11.2dtt Edwaew W. Webick
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was oleic, we gave her Castoria. '
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, slie gave them Castoria
County Treasurer's Notice. -
All county warrants' registered prior
to April 1. 1889, will be paid if pre
sented at my office, . corner Third and
wasniugton etrePts. interest ceases on
and after this date.
. The Dalles, Oct. 31, 1892.,
William Micbell. -'
10.3ttf . Treasurer Wasco. County, Or
FULL LINE OF GENTS
THE DALLES. OREGON.
THE DALLES, OR.
For Sale Cheap For Cash.
The best ranch in Gilliam county,
Oregon. Being the E. i of the N. W.
and N. E. of the S. E., S. j4 of S. W. of
section 10, S. E. of the N. E., N. H of
N. W. of section 11., and the. N. W. of
the N. E.t and the N. E. of the N. W. of
eection 15, tp. 6, S. 21 E. of the W. M.
This ranch contains 4(10 acres : some
of which is grazing. There are fair
buildings on the place, and good water.
For further information address u. w.
Richie, P. O. box, 108, Walla Walla,
Wash. ' 10.29dwlm
ICE t ICE I
Having on hand a large eupply 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. Lauer's store, Second street.
5-2tf - Cates & Allison.
A- Cure for Cholera
There is no use of any one sufferine
with the cholera when Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
can be procured. It will give relief in a
few minutes and cure in a short time.
I have tried it and know. W. H. Clin
ton, Helmetta, N. J. The epidemic at
Helmetta was at first believed to be
cholera, but subsequent investigation
proved it to be a violent form of dysen
tery, almost as dangerous as cholera.
This remedy was used there with great
success. For sale by Blakeley & Hough
NOTICE: SALE OF CITY LOTS.
Notice is hereby eiven that, by authority of
Ordinance No. 257, which passed the common
council of Dalles city, September Sd, 1892, enti
tled "An ordinance entitled an ordinauce to
Brovide for the sale of certain lots belonging to
allcs city," 1 will, on Saturdav next offer
for sale at nublic auction, to the hiehest bidder.
all of the lots and parts of lots situated in-
Gates Addition to Dalles City, Wasco county,
Oregon, not heretofore sold, as previously adrer-
ach ot said lots will be sold upon the lot
respectively and none of them shall be sold for
a less sum. than the value thereof as abore
One fourth of the price bid on nny of said lots
shall be paid in cash at the time of sale, and the
remainder in two eoual payments on or before
one and two Tears from the date of such sale,
respectively, with interest on such deferied pay
ments at the rata of ten per cent, per annum,
pavable annually. Provided that payment may
be "made in full at the time of such sale at the
option of the purchaser.
The sale will begin at the hour of ten o'clock
a. m. of said day and will be continued from time
to time until all of said lots shall be sold.
Dated this 1st day of aovember, 1S92. .
11-ldtf Keeorder of Dalles City. .
Instantaneous Portraits. Chapman.
Block, The Dalles, Oregon. .
Campbell Bros. Proprs
. (Successors to . s. cram.)
Manufacturers of the finest French and
Home Made - ;a
O -A. 3ST ID I 33 S ,
East of Portland. -
Tropical Fruits, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco.
Can furnish any ot these goods at' Wholesale
or Ke tail . -
FfHSH -4- OYSTERS
.In Eiery Style.
Ice Cream 'and Soda Water.
. 104 Second Street. The Dalies, Or.