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A COMBINATION OF UTILITY AND ECONOMY
"The Regulator Line"
The Dalles,- PorM' aM Astoria
Navigation Co. , .,
Good warm blankets and
bedding is one comfort;
and ';"' ?.
WE CALL AT
OUR LINE OF
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1 Weather Forecast. ;
Official forecast for twenty-four hourt ending at
S p. m. tomorrow: -
Clearing and colder weather. . .
Portland, Nov. 10th, 1892.
' Pag ub.
NOV. 10, 1892
Ffed A Young of Bake Oven is in the
Thanksgiving will be two weeks from
Christmas and New Year day occur on
Sunday this holiday season.
C. W. Canfield and B. H. Smith of
Philadelphia, -are at the Umatilla.
L. G. Hawson the warehouseman of
Arlington, was in the city on business
Hon. W. Lair Hill, of Seattle, is in the
city. Mr. and Mrs. Hill are moving to
Butler & Co., having sold their build
ing materials, " .lumber -etc., etc.,-now
wish to dispose of the warehouse, office
building, etc. See advertisement.
J. C. Clark and wife, , of The. Dalles,
have been visiting' friends in Portland.
Mr. Clark has resigned his office as jus
tice of peace and accepted a position- in
. 1 T J! 1 1 j
iue xnuian ecuooi m vjnemawa.. -vl
Tkn ...ncn., t- Anwm e i- .
AHO JI COCUl IC L 1.11 ut UfUUlV UUUI l,
Ju'de Blakeley presiding, is held in "the
circuit court room, to accommodate the
teachers' examination, which is being
held in the county court room.
- - City Marshal Maloney is recovering'
from his haloween accident, but has not
yet discovered the miscreant who re
moved the kingbolt from his- buggy,
which caused the accident. He' would
like to entertain the '""-"" -
The first soiree of the young men's
dancing club of TheDalles, will be given
at Armory hall tomorrow evening. It is
intended to -give a series of parties every
Friday evening during the winter, and
they will undoubtedly be popular and
very pleasant affairs.
If the, Athena Press , will ..." fust
etate what sort of an improvement it
would have made t the dalles of the
Columbia, and cease opposing whatever,
is suggested, we shall be. pleased to
chronicle its . views' on this important
- subject.- . .The Inland . Empire, . above
The Dalles, must get in and drill. .
The qiiarterlv examination of teachers-
Degan yesterday afternoon with fifteen
. applicants for county and one for state
certificates. The examining board con
sists of Supt. Troy Shelley. C. L. Gilbert
and R. S. Andrews. The examinations
will be continued until Friday evening.
Ahe board will be in session until Sa
s day evening. '
No matter who is elected says the Ta-"
coma Trade, the canal scheme is too
' .. dead to skin, and will now topple over
gWnto-post mortem history with a resound
"V ing crash, while its abettors will- stand
by and drop burning tears of grief into
history. with a . dull thud. A great deal
of good printers' ink has been wasted on
t the proposition. ' - - . . .
OUR BLANKET OFFERINGS
Them at reasonable prices
like ours is another . . . . .
OUR CENTER WINDOW
So much stock has been shipper! from
the Inland Empire in the past two years
it is likely prices will advance. The in
crease by no means equals the number
slaughtered and driven out of the coun
try. ' The herds all over the state, and;
particularly in Wasco, Sherman and
Grant, are diminishing each succeedin
Spokane has inaugurated an enterprise
to irrigate the Big Bend couhtrv and
shorten the Columbia river 100 miles.
The scheme is to divert the water from
the Columbia into the grand coulee, re
entering the Columbia just below Priest
rapids. This will make a ship canal of
sixty miles at a cost not to exceed $250,
000. The natural formation of the grand
coulee, wnich is known to have once
been the Columbia river bed, makes the
project feasible. ;
Phil Broganv Sr., raised the remains
on Wednesday 9th inst., of his deceased
wife, who died during a confinement
case a year ago last August and was bur
ied on trie farm twelve miles south of
town. Her remains will be reinterred
in the cemetery at The Dalles. Mr.
Brogan has showed his esteem for his
departed help-meet by decorating her
grave in The Dalles cemetery with a'
$600 tombstone which he -purchased in
Portland. Antelope Herald. ;
Kellers new hall was dedicated last
night by the lodges of . Workmen and
Woodmen which are to jointly occupy
the same. The nail was tested as to its
seating capacity and was comfortably
filled. Rev. W. C. Curtis .delivered the
address of dedication, and the German
singing society and Congregational
church choir ' furnished ; the singing,
Refreshments were served and all those
present enjoyed a really pleasant social
Several very attractive photos of Miss
Rose Stannus in costume, are exhibited
in Snipes. & Kinersly's and the P. O.
Book store. The . late commander of
Cusbing Post, G. A. R., Hon. A. G.
Hai-desty, gave Miss Stannus the follow
ing testimonial: , 'fMiss Sannus is ,so
perfect an artist that she forgets her oven
identity'and becomes the character she
assumes. She possesses that faculty of
so delineating her different subjects that
her audience . unconsciously becomes
actors in the Scenes she so perfectly por
The . annual chestnut about Oregon
farmers leaving their machines and tools
in .the field is going the rounds. Now
that the election is over with perhaps
the tools will be taken care of. Keep
your tools put of the rain during the
winter and out of the hot. sun in .the
summer and you will save 50 per cent on
money invested. By having a covered
shed that you can drive into before un
hitching, there is less temptation to
leave wagons, mowers, garden tools, etc.,
Ato' put them away. ,--,...
Green Arnold, one of the earliest sel
lers in the Iuland:Empire,iB, now at
Pendleton. ; The East Oregonian says of
fciim: Mr.' Arnold was "liere; almost
U when Mt. Hood was a hole in J.he ground,
and raised the first grain" in Wasco,
Umatilla and Union counties, then em
braced in Wasco county, which extended
.bm'the: Cascades to . Salt. Lake.'- He
was a grand juror at the first term of
court,- held at The Dalles in -1855, - and
judge at the first election.'held the same
year. There -were 35 votes polled. 'Mr;
Arnold was then living at Henrietta,
where Echo now stands.. He planted
the first orchard in . Wasco county, . set
ting it out near The Dalles." "
- An - article in. Food says potatoes!
should be 'soaked before cooking, espec
ially if it has sprouted, as it may con
tain an excess , of poisonous principle
called solanine. This is removed by
soaking. The potato is related botanic-j
ally to the night-shade. . . . f . "
The U. P. R. is keeping up its
average of a train load an hour -into
Portland this week With th lnolrn
vopened this wheat would be transferred
to boats, barges and whalebacks at The
Dalles, for the ships side at. Astoria, or
London docks if necessary. . . ' '
Search has been instituted for several
years for a ledge supposed to be located
on one of the ridges between Greenhorn
mountain and Clear creek, the existance
of which was indicated hy tbef-preseuce
of a large amount of float rock, some of
which was assayed and went 116 in gold
to the ton. John Coyle, an old miner,
and Tom Robbins of Pendleton, not long
ago ran across .the place where they
thought the float rock had its origin.
Robbins has written to a friend that a
cross-cut has opened up a ledge twelve
feet from wall, to wall, which looks very
fine. The claim has been located by J.
H. Raley, J. H. Robbins, T.'M. Robbins
and John Coyle. . r .
How to Sweep a Store.
A corresppndent of the : Boots and
Shoes Weekly writes : "As a great deal
of harm is often done in sweeping out a
store by; dust soiling, we believe our plan
is worthy of adoption. Take a shallow
pan and partly fill it with kerosene oil.
then dip the broom into the oil, turning
the broom handle to the floor for a min
ute or two, long enough to allow the oil
to run into the broom. Use a soft, light
broom-. You may have to dip the broom
three or four times. ' After sweeping a
few times' you will have no dust, and
your floor will be white ahd Clean. The
smell of .oil soon passes off, This is. the
cleanest way on earth to' sweep out a
st)re. In sweeping after business hours
it is a' benefit to the stock, as no . moths
will bother the goods. - If you will try it
for a week it will always be done.- No
oil will get on the 'floor 1 to injure it (it
will evaporate) if you are careful not to
use the broom too suddenly after dip
. Death of Joseph Beezlev. -
Mr. Joseph Beezley died" at his', resi
dence in this city at 11 o'clock last night,
aiter. a long and paiuful illness, in the
74th. year of his age. Mr. Beezley was born
at Springfield, Ohio, in 1819. He comes
of distinguished parentage,-' tracing his
lineage back to the Pilgrims. His grand'
father was a general in the British army,
and his father added new honors to the
name by his marriage to Phoeba Reeves
of Virginia. Fonrteen children W6re
born to this pair of whom Joseph was
the twelveth;. ' In the spring following
the death of his. father and mother, in
1851; Mr. Beezley, with his wife and
children, came to Oregon, and during a
residence of over forty . years . has been
classed aa one of our most public spirited
citizens; The funeral will take place on
ssunaay. . v - .- , . .
... Retributive Justice.
N. D. Herald.. An editor works 165
days per year to get out fifty-two issues
oi a paper:: xnat s labor. ;Jnce in a
while somebody 'pays him a year's' sub
scription: That's capital. " .And,. once
in a while some sfcn-of-a-gun of a dead
beat takes the paper for a year or two
and vanishes- without paying for it:
That's anarchy. But later on justice
will overtake the last named creature,'
for there is a place where he wUl get his
deserts : That's bell. : " .-: ' .
Freight and Passenger Iiiie
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
Dalles. . . , .
- PABSENOEB atbs.
One way . . . '. . . . .'. . -.- $2.00
Round trip 3.00
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced.
Shipments received at wharf any time,
day or night, and delivered at Portland
on arrival. Live stock shipments
solicited. Call on or address. :
W. C ALLAWAY,
. General Agent.
B. F. LAUGH LIN,
General Manager. .
O R EG
RETURNS FROM WASCO COUNTY.
The Vote as
u to- NoolNTo.
- THE REPUBLICAN VOTE.
East Dalles 101 ; Mosier 21 ; Des Chutes)
16 ; Trevittl26; West Dalles 37 ; Colum
bial9; Tygh 31; Dm'ur 68; 8-Mile 16
Bake Oven 35 ; Wapinitia 37 ; Bigelow)
166; Hood River 139 ; Baldwin 20; An
telope 94. '-
, THE DEMOCRATIC VOTE.
- East Dalles 31t Mosier 22; DesChutes!
9 ; Trevitt49 y West Dalles 21 ; Columbia
7; Tygh 39 ; Duf nr. 47 ; 8-Mile 25 ; Bake
Oven- 11 ; ' Wapinitia 20 ; Bigelow 55 ;
Hood River 42;. Baldwin 17i Antelope
34. . -
THE PEOPLES PARTY VOTE.
East Dalles 57 ; . Mosier 5 ; DesChutes
4 ; Trevitt 51 ; West Dalles 24 ; Columbia
16; Tygh 1; Dufurl8; 8-Mile 3; Bake
Oven 1; Wapinitia 11; Bigelow 86;
Hood River 112 ; Baldwin 8 ; Antelope 3.
THE PROHIBITION VOTE. -
East Dalles 6 ; MosierJ ; Des Chutes 0 ;
Trevitt 7 West Dalles 4; Columbia 3
Tygh 0; Dufur 4; 8-Mile 1; Wapinitia
Bigelow 15 ;; Hood River 17.
Monthly ffieteorologieal Report.
Weather bureau, department of agriculture.
Station,' The Dalles, Oregon, for the month of
October,. 1892. ,
Latitude 45P 36' 18". Longitude 121 12'3S" wesi
Altitude 116 fee: above sej level.
JSC H0 HSOih
- 2E gg. 2 gg)
.'. DATs -3 -5 - -S . -
, " ; ' g'S'
r... M 16 S5
2:. -63 SO 46 - '
3.. ........... 64 82 47 '
4...'.:.:...'.v.V - 64 81 47 - i
5.-.. ............ 66 79 32 "
6 ' ."i... 59 71 48
7.. .-..; 63 69 56 .09
. 8. ...... 61 70 . i"2 .02
9..."-. ........ J -61 - 63 54 : '.05
10..'.;,.. ....'.- ....... ; 57 03 ."51'. " .20
11 1...:...... 50 60 . il .01
12 ...... 52 61 S9
13... 49. 61 S8. .44
14 ... .. . 46 65' ' S7 .01
15 . 47 . 56 1j7 .
16 44 56 S2
17. 47 57 38- .01
18 54.. 66 41
19 .. 4$ 60 87
20... .'.. .51. 64 . 37
I21...H. ;..-v,.... .50 64 .36, ...
.22 50 64 36
23 50 64 :
24..'. .- 49 63 36
25 51 66' ' 85
26 48 62 35
27 .' -. 47 61 38
23 47 60 SS
29 U . .47 59 36
30 4 56 .41 .06
31 52 CO 44 .01
Mean barometer 29.964: hisrhest barometer
30.506 (date 25th) ; lowest barometer 29.669 (date
Mean temperature 53.2; highest temperature,
on aa, lowest lemyiertuure, ra. on xocu.
Greaient daily range of temperature, 85 on 3d.
Least daily range of temperature, 12 on 10th.
MEAN TEMPERATURE FOR THIS MONTH IN
1872........ 1877 50.5 1882 46.0
1873 1878 48.0 1883. ...48.0
1874 1879 44.5 1884 f).5
1875 61.5 1880 54.0 1885 51,0
1876.,. .57.0 1881. ...44.5 1886. ...51.0
Toi il excess in temperature
mo.im o jo years, i a-y nun.
Total excess in temiw.ature since January 1st.
Prevailing direction of wind, west.
Total precipitation, .90: number of days on
wuicu .ui. men or u
or more of precipitation fell,
.TOTAL PRECIPITATION FOB THIS MONTH IN
1873 1878.... 1.53 11883.... 0 46 18S8... .0.95
1874 1879 0.88 1884... 1.27 1889. .-. .0.90
1875. ...4.80 ISO.'... 0.12 1885.. -.0.23 1890. ...1.16
1876 2.87 18S1... .2.62 '886. . . .0.70 1891 1.14
1S77....1.66 1882 2. SO 1887. ...0.15 1892. .. .0.90
Total deflcieucyln precipitationduring month,
for 13 years, 0. 1 ine irs.
TOvPlJeficiecy in precipitation since January
1st, 4.10 for 13 yars.
Number of cloudless days, 22; partly cloudy
uuy, a, v.iuuuy uuys o.
"Date of frost (light) Kth. .
Barometer reduced to ssa level. T indicates
trace or -precipitation.
SAMUEL. L. BROOK8,'
Voluntary Signal Corps Observer.
109 SECOND STREET,
M ISS ANNA PETER 5 GO.
Pine Nlilliner !
112 Second street.
FaMoqable Df t$
Gutting and Fitting a Specialty,
Room 4 over French & Co's Bank.
All of Them.
"Where are you going !" asked Knick
erbocker Jones of Bon Van Slyck, as
they met near the Grand Central der jt,
last Thrsday. " " ' .
"I am going off for a day or so," re
plied Bob, who was carrying a valise. -
"Nothing, except tomorrow is my
birthday, and the young lady to. whom
I am engaged is going to call at the house
to congratulate me and make me some
little present, I don't care to be., there
when she calls."
"I don't undersr .nd you. If I was en
gaged to youni lady, and she was going
to call and se& me on rav birthday. M.
should be. the appiest man in New
"Yes, but the other two' are' going- to
call also all three of them are going to
call on me if I am there ; don't you un
derstand?" - and he hcrri d into the
depot to catch the three o'clock'-train.
Home Without a Mother.
The room's In disorder,
v ' ' The cat s on the table,
The iiower-etand upset and the mischief to pay;
And Johnny is fccreamiug .
As loud as he's able,
For nothing goei right when mamma's away. .
What a scene of discomfort and con-
.fusion home would be if mamma' did not
return. If your wife is slowly breaking
down, from a combination of domestic
cares and female disorders, make it your
first business to restore her health. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription iswithout
a peer as a remedy for feeble and debili
tated women, and is the only.' medicine
for the class of maladies known as female
diseases which is sold under a positive
guarantee from the manufacturers that
it will give satisfaction, or the money
refunded. , It is a positive cure for" the
most complicated . -cases of womb
Having again reopened this popular
bakery and employed the services of a
first class baker, I am prepared to f urn'
ish the public with the very best of
bread, pies and cakes on short notice.
Piext door to Uhnsman x uorson, uor
Washington - and Second streets, The
Uailes, Or. bso. kcch.
'- " . Notice.
I will sell a few lota in the city cheap;
titles clear. Now is your . time, call or
address . " .' . A.' Kennedy,
11.7-5t Ninth street, The Dalles, Or,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Bby was ulck, we gavo her Caatori.
When ahe vu a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When ahe became Alia, she clung to Castoriav
When ahe had Children, ahe gare them Caatoria
v , . . ......
We beg to inform the public that we
are about to open a night school of busi
ness and short hand here in the citv.
and respectfully solicit the patronage of
all such young men and women as desire
to secure a practical knowledge of busi
ness, tor lull and further particulars
apply at room 4, over .trench's bank.
11.2dtf " Edwabd W. Webick
County Treasurer's Notice. .
aii county warrants registered prior
to April 1, lsa, will be paid if pre
sented at my office, corner Third and
Washington strep ta. - Interest ceases on
and after this date. .
The Dalles, Oct. 31, 1S92.
10.31tf Treasurer Wasco Countjv Or,
Situation Wanted. -
By a competent woman, as house'
keeper, or to take care of a family. In'
quire at this office of ElCe J. Ordway.
THE DALLES. OREGON.
THE DALLES, OR.
MRS. GIBSON, Prop.
For Bale Cheap For Cash. - .
The best ranch m (iilliam countv.
Oreeon. . Beinsr the E. i, of the N. W. :
and N. E. of the S. E., ST y. of S. W. of ,
section 10. S. E. of the N. E.. N. V, ai
N. W. of section 11.; and the ' N. W". of '
the N. E., and the N. E. of the N. W. .'oi.,
.ot;nn 11; tvi r e "ii it f tt,a w ut .
inisrancn. contains 4(io acres; some
rf whinli ih rrr a -7i ntv - ThprA ro fntr
buildings on the place, and good- water. '
J or further information address U. ' vr. .
Richie. P. O. box. 108. Walla Walla..
.ICE!. ICEt; ICE!
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. 17 T.inw'siilnn Ruuui sfnuf
5-2tf - Gates fc Allison;'-'
A Care for Cholera. "
There is no use - of any one suffering
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
ton.: .''. '. . - '-. ' '
NOTlC: BALE OF CITY LOTS.
Notice is hereby triven that, bv authority of
Ordinance No. 257, which passed the common
council of Dalles city,- September 3d, 1892, enti
tled "An ordinance entitled an ordinauce to
provide for the sale of certain lots belonging to
Dalles city," I will, on Saturday next offer -for
sale at public auction, to the highest bidder,
all of the lots and parts of lots situated in.
Gates Addition to Dalles City, Wa?co county,
Oregon, not heretofore sold, as previously adver
Each of 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 above
One fourth of the price bid on any 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 rears from the date of Buch sale,
respectively, with interest on such' deferied pay
ments at the rata of ten per cent, per annum,
gayable annually. Provided that payment may
e made in full at the time of such sale at the
option of the purchaser.
1 ae sale win Degin at me nuur oi u-u o ciock .
in. of said day and will be continued from time .
to time until all of said lots shall be sold.
Dated this 1st day of November, 1892.
U-ldtf . Recorder of Dalles City.
Block, The Dalles, Oregon.
Campbell Bros. Proprs
(successors to V. s. Ciam.)
Manufacturers of the finest French and
0 -A.H5T 3D I IEj S ,
. East of Portland.
Tropical Fruits, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco,
Can furnish, any of these goods at Wholeeala
or Retail r
. .r " In Every Style.
Ice Cream and Soda Water. -
104 Second Street. The Dalles, Or.