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NOV. 11, 1892
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C. P. Balch of Dufur is in the city.
W. M. Barnett, the Wasco banker, is
in the city.
Hay creek gave 25 majority for Har
rison. Hay creek has wool to sell.
Van Horn is -again in the city to the
delight of ladies having pianos to tune.
If you want a safe moved quickly em
ploy Charley Fouts and Frank Egan.
There are two prohibitionist in
Wamic ; the next election there will be
J. C. Lucky, of the Warm Spring3
agency, passed through for Portland last
The Lewiston Teller and the Orego
nian are still discussing- the price of
H. E. Hayes, the Alliance state lect
urer of Salem, an old time tillicum, is
in the city.
"Wamic gave Cleveland three majority.
Don't forget Wamic when the state is
Wasco county has as pood an article of
lire clay as can be found in Germany,
but we didn't know it till the German
Joe Holliday is the Inland Empire
horse man's f-iend. He is the only
man living who pulls a street car with
Goldendale, Wasco and Centervil'.e
lodges K. of P., will pay the fraternity
of The Dalles an -official visit sometime
Prineville gave foity-eight majority
for Clevelaud. Prineville has a candi
date for every office in the gift of the
By request Rev. W. C. Curtis has
withdrawn his resignation and will re
main as pastor of the first Congrega
tional church of The Dalles.
' Judd S. Fish has invested in a
thoroughbred 2-year old Ingrahatn colt,
nearly related to OroFino, winner of tbe
22 race at Spokane. He purchased the
colt of Dick Hinton.
The heav y safes in Thornbury & Hud
son's and tbe United States land offices
were removed yesterday after the fashion
of Bowser taking a trunk down stairs,
only Bowser wasn't present.
Havejyou seen Hubbards latest pic
ture? His work for educating people up
to a sense of the situation respecting an
open Columbia river cannot be elipsed
by all the Blancbards in congress.
John Dolan and C. O. Blakely, of
.East Portland, offer a reward, for Bur
dett Wolfe, but the way in which the
Oregonian prints the figures one is un
able to say whether the BUffv is" $tM30 or
$21.50. '' ' ' . ' ' ' '
Them at reasonable prices
' like ours is another
OUR CENTER WINDOW
T. J. Driver was in the city last night
with three car loads of beef cattle which
he sold to Butler. If Butler don't look
out he will clean the Inland Empire out
of all its available fat stock.
Judge W. Lair Hill, now in this city,
says people may be mislead by a item in
The Chronicle yesterday. Mrs. Hill
will make her home in California, but
he still clings to webfoot and hails from
A report has reached Klamath of the
death of Peter French, cattle king of
Oregon, at Stein mountain. His ranc'i
in Harney valley is seventy miles long
and thirty-five wide, worth Ja million
and a hall". He was very much disliked ;
and leaves no family. .
N. H. Bigg's, in whose honor the lively
station was named, is at The Umatilla
House. He proposes that Cleveland
call a special session of congress as soon
as he is inaugurated, to furnish the
country with "free trade blessings" im
mediately. Biggs is all right.
If you know of a news item give it to
The Chronicle reporter. If you have
relatives or friends visiting you let us
know it and it will add interest to our
local columns. Notices of marriages,
births and deaths are published free of
charge. Send them in promptly.
Mr. Linus Hubbard of this city, is one
of the few constant democrats, from
principle alone, presiding in the Inland
Empire, hence we rejoice with him in
his appreciative reception of a full
pledged rooster yesterday which is to
ornament his librarv in the future.
Campbell Bros, of the Columbia Candy
Factory have made arrangements wiih
Geo. Ruch proprietor of the Pioneer
Bakery to handle bread, cakes, etc., tbe
product of that popular bakery. They
can assure their '"customers that these
goods will always be fresh and of the
very best quality.
borne rea'ly nne horses have been ad'
ded to tbe suills on the fair grounds this
week for training. One of these is a
two-year-old stallion owned by Frank
Button of Hood River, who traces his
almost blood back to some 2:03 pacers.
S. B. Adams has also placed a fine Black
smith colt in the hands of Welch, which
weight 1,100 pounds, and is as fine as
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Arrangements ior me enrysantueraum
festival, and high tea, to be given Wed
nesday and Thursday, Nov. 16th and
17th, in the Baldwin buildings opposite
the Umatilla house, are now 'completed.
The flower room will be open from one,
o'clock till 10 p. m. where a magnificent
display of choisest chrysanthemums can
be seen for 2o cents. The price of the
high tea, at which will be served every
substantial edible as well as all the
delicies of the season, has been fixed Jat
50 cents. Families of four or niore tak
ing high tea, will be admitted to tbej
flower display free of charge. The te.
room containing trie cnocoiate and ici
cream booths will be open at 5 o'clock
which there will be no charge of admis
The merchants of The Dalles who have
made it possible for every family in thisl
region to ootaiu a complete iiorary tree
of cost are : Snipes & Kinersley, C. F.
Stephens, M. T. Nolan, Maier& Benton,
Henry S. Kuck, W. E. Garretson, Geo7
T. Thompson, fetoneman & Fiege, and
John Hertz. Those coming in from the
country or surrounding .villages to" en
quire as to the plan of presentation
should call at the drug store of Snipes &
Kinersley; between 11 and 1 o'clock, any
day before November 30th, at. which
time this offer will be withdrawn.
General Sickles' illegibility.
Washington, Nov. 10. The election
in congress from the tenth district of
New York of General Sickles has revived
the question as to the right of an officer
on the retired list of the army to a seat
in coogiess in view of the constitutional
provision that "no pei-son holding any
office under the United States shall be
a member of either house of Congress
during his continuance in office." The
only question involved is whether retired
army officers holds an office within
the meaning of the constitution.
The consensus of opinion among legal
officials on this point is in the affirma
tive. There is not even a probability,
however, that any official of the execu
tive branch of the government will at
teinri tc interfere in any way -with-the
seating of General Sickles. Therefore,
unless some mcmler of the house .itself
shall make the objection, he will be al
lowed to take his seat.
Maz of Mirrors a New Fad.
The magic maze, a maze of mirrors, is
the latest novelty at the horticultural
xhibit in London. The visitor enters
he maze, by a crooked passage, walled
'entirely by mirrors, into the central
hall, toward which a number of seem
ingly endl s avenues appear to con
verge. Reproductions of the visitor are
presented at every impInable point and
angle. A figure stands at the entrance
to the hall, beckons with uplifted hand,
and the reproductions show the figure
in a hundred different places at once.
,The bewildered visitors walk about in
a cautious, rilf-scared wav, ruDninsr
into, their own reflections and looking
pith distrust on every one who ap
proaches, unable to tell substance from
shadow. The 6pace 'occupied by the
maze is only forty by thirty feet, but
the arrangement of mirrors gives it the
appearance of being acres in extent.
To ICeep Out the Cholera.
Washington, Nov. 10. In view of the
still lingering possibility of a fresh out
break of cholera in European countries
in the early spring, and the consequent
danger of its introduction into tbe
LTnited States, officials of the treasury
department have determined tomain
tain the utmost vigilance in guarding
against tbe entrance of people or mer
chandise that might posssibly convey
germs of the dreaded epidemic. To this
end, immigration will be generally dis
couraged and the provisions of the presi
dent's proclamation of September. 1,
imposing a quarantine of twenty days
Vtn all anonatal ? ret ty ira 1 .4-a rSl 1 Ttn
vigorously enforced. The transporta
tion companies have been given to
understand that the department reserves
the right to remove tbe restriction in
special coses calling for such action.
According to official construction, all
aliens who come to this country for per
manent residence are immigrants, and
will be treated as such, regardless of
whether they travel in the cabin or
Oregon's Railroad Commission.
Salem Statesman. There is room for
the railroad commission to earn, its
salary, but it can't do it riding around
in palace cars, with two nigger cooks
and a case of champagne oh tap. The
state pays a good sized sum for this
luxury, and it, with a lot of other com
missions, should be made to do some
thing useful or be suspended from the
pay-rolls indefinitely. .-"
Freignt ana Passenger Line
Through daily service (Sundays ex
cepted) between The Dalles and" Port
land. Steamer Regulator leaves The
Dalles at 6 a. in. connecting at Cascade
Locks with steamer Dalles City.
Steamer Dalles . City leaves Portland
(Yamhill street dock) at t 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,
B. F. LAUGH LIN,
Following is the list of letters remain
ing in the postoffice at The Dalles un
called for, Friday Nov. 11th, 1892.
Persons calling for same will give date
on which they were advertised :
Anderson Miss M P Baker C F
Bentley Ira Bridgefarmer M
Bocham HE Duyer Mrs Thomas
Chapman John Calvin F J
Elkins M C Frank Mrs E R
Foster Sqnw-e .Fox M S
Green J M Henderson Annie
Holman F Dellard Knight Mrs Geo
Lyon Mrs H B (3) Milligan Billy
Moter Rev R D Staack Pete
Smith Dr Leon Smith S S (2)
Smith Leon M. T. Nolan, P. M.
An Attempted Revolution.
Kingston, Jamaica, Nov. 10. Ad
vices .from Hayti tell of an attempted
uprising at ;Cape ilaytien. ' Hippolyte
was on the alert, however, and nipped
the revolution in the bud. There were
many arrests, and it is rumored some
executions. The Manigal party has
nothing Jto do with the affair, and ex
pressed much surprise when the news
reached here. It may interfere with
some of their plans by putting Hippo
lyte on his guard.
The Butcher's Trust.
The Union Meat company is what
they call the consolidated beef trust in
Portland now. Parties from Chicago,
however, are in the country, and The
Dalles stands as good a show as any
point in the Pacific Northwest for being
the leading beef market another year.
Why not? The location for securing
cattle, sheep, hogs, etc., is superior to
Portland in every way, and the facilities
for marketing the goods are equal to any
one of the best points on the Pacific
coast. It is a well known fact that the
bulk of the hams, bacon, lard, canned
and smoked meats that are consumed in
this market are imported from eastern
cities. This is also the case on the en
tire coast, and the magnitude of this
trade can be betler understood when it
is stated that -careCully-couipiled statis
tics show that something like 60,000,000
pounds of meat products of the kinds
before stated were imported the past
year for consumption by the coast states
and British Columbia. This is due to
the fact that the large eastern packing
-houses possess facilities for putting up a
more palatable and desirable brand of
meats, etc., of this'character than have
been heretofore put up by local pro
ducers. The reason for this is readily
apparent to all who will give the matter
any consideration. There is no one es
tablishment here that is devoted to the
packing business, and consequently the
hams, bacon, etc., of local - production
are not at all of uniform quality. The
Dalles could have facilities equal to Chi
cago, with a Chicago firm behind it; to
supply the whole coast with meats of
uniform quality. Discussing this mat
ter yesterday the Oregonian says :
"As large as the city of San Fran
cisco is, it was only recently that a
plant of this kind was put up there,
and it remained for Chicago parties
the same ones who are desirous of
locating here to start the enterprise,
the residents of the Eay City not being
progressive enough to establish such a
much-needed institution. Now - that
tbese same gentlemen are about to es
tablish another great enterprise here
they cannot but be the recipients of con
gratulations from all sources, and with
the display of the same zeal and energy
shown by them in the past, success is
assurred for them in their new field of
109 SECOND STREET,
MISS ANNA PETER 5 CO.. .
Fine Nlillinery !
112 Second street.
Cutting and Fitting a Specialty. J
Room 4 over French & Co's Bank. : : MRS. GIBSON, Prop.
Another Crater Lake.
A large lake situated in the Olympic
mountains, at an altitude of 5,000 feet,
was recently discovered by two hunters,
who describe it as in all probability the
crater of some extinct volcano, and the
lake was christened Crater lake in con
sequence. It was about two miles in
length by half a mile in breadth, with
depth unknown, as the cliff descends
perpendicularly into the water on all
sides, while a huge glacier runs into the
southern end. A small stream forms
the outlet, which 'is one f the tributa
ries of the Duckabush. ' '.
Wanted. A Change.
Alliance, O., Nov. 10. One of the
big surprise.? of the election was the
selection of Dr. George P. Hurt, dem.,
in this (McKinley's) district, for con
Put Into l'ort Leaking:.
London, Nov. 10. The ship State of
Maine, from New York for Puget Sound,
put into Montevideo with her watertank
Home Without a Mother.
The room's in disorder.
The cat s on the table.
The Mower-stand upsemnd the mischief to p iy ;
And Johnny is ..ere aning
As loud as he s able,
For nothing got 3 right when l.inmma'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 is'without
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 furn
ish the public with the yery best of
bread, pies and cakes on. short notice.
Nextrfloor to Chrisman & Corson, Cor.
Washington and Second streets, The
Dalles, Or. - Geo. Ruch.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby waa nick, ire gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Hiss, she dung; to Castoria
When she had Children, she gave them Catori
We bag 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 each young men and" women as desire
to secure a practical Knowledge of busi
ness. For full and further Darticulars
apply at room 4, over French's bank.
11.2dtt Edwaeo W. Werick.
County Treasurer's Notice.
All county warrants registered prior
to May 1, 1889, will be paid if pre
sented at my office, corner Third and
Washington strepts. Interest ceates on
and after this date.
The Dalles, Oct. 31, 1S92. '.. ;
10.31tf Treasurer Wasco County, Or.
I will sell a few lots in the city ciei;
titles clear. Now is your time, call or
address , . - A. KennedV1
ir.7-5t , ' Nihth'streeCThe DalleB, 0r
THE DALLES. OREGON.
THE DALLES, OR.
For Sale Cheap For Cash.
The beet ranch in Gilliam - oountv,
Oregon. Being the E. K of the N. W.
and N. E. of the S. E., S. y& of S. W. of
section 10, S. E. of the N. E., N. 1. of
N. W. of section 11., and the N. w". of
the N. E., and the N. E. of the N. W..of '
section 15, tp. 6, S. 21. E. of the W. M."
This ranch contains 400 acres; some -of
which is grazing. There are fair
buildings on the place, and good water.
For further information address C. W.
Richie, P. O. box, 108, Walla Walla,
Wash. 10.2i)dwlm .
. A Cure 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. . -
ICE ! ICE I 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
p. F. Lauer's store, Second street.
5-2tf Cates & Allison.
NOTICE: SALE OF CITY LOTS.
Notice is hereby given that, by authority of
Ordinance So. 25", 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 Saturdav 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
tised, 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 fonrth of the price bid on any of said lob'
shall be paid in cash at tbe time of sale, and the
remainder in two equal payments on or before
one and two vears from the date, of such sale,
respectively, with interest on such deferied pay
ments at the rate of ten per cent, per annum,
payable annually. Provided that pnyment 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 nil of said lots shall be sold.
Dated this 1st day of November, 1892. '
11-ldtf - Kecorder of Dalles City.
. Instantaneous Portraits. Chapman
Block, The Dalles, Oregon.
Campbell Bros. Proprs
(Successors to . S. Cram.)
Manufacturers of the finest French and
O-A-iET ID I IE S
East of Portland.
Tropical Fruits, Nuts, Cigars and Mam
- Can furnish any of these goods atWholesal
eFHESH -f 'OYSTEfS4
' In Every Style. "
Ice Cream and Soda Water.
1041 Second Street. The Dallee, Or.,