The Dalles Daily Chronicle. OFFICIAL PAPER OF DALLES CITY. AND WASCO COONTT. Zntered at the Poetoffiee at The Dalles, Oregon, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. . BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID) IN ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year. 1 SO " 6 months '. 0 75 8 " 0 50 Daily, 1 year. 6 00 " 6 months s.... S 00 per " : , 0 50 Address all communication to " THE jCHRON XCLE," The Dalles, Oregon. A GREEN-GOODS CAPTURE. ' A ' crushing blov has been struck against the "green-goods" business in Hew York. A printing establishment, engaged in the printing of circulars ad vertizing green goods, was raided by Anthony Com stock and a vast amount of supplies captured. Men were taken in the act of printing the unlawful circulars. The green-goods business is not unfamil iar to western people. Of late years it has been developing rapidly, and like the gold-brick swindle, has caught many whose cupidity and stupidity were on a par. Utilizing various sources of infor mation the addresses of many thousands of well-to-do persons are secured. ' To these a confidential communication is sent conveying the intimation that the sender has in his possession stolen gov ernment plateB, and that, with govern ment paper (also stolen,) ' he is enabled to furnish what are in fact genuine gov ernment notes. This he will do for about twenty percent of their face value, The weak-minded bite at this tempting offer and enter into negotiations that finally result in their getting a box of old paper or sawdust. . Having been a party to a proposed crime the victim cannot make complaint, and silently endures his loss. The extent to which the green -goods business has been carried on dis closes the weakness and susceptibility of human nature. The desire to get some thing for nothing, even with the chance of criminality, animates a painfully large number . of people. Many thousands of citizens of the west who have received the circulars of these New York rascals, and have chaffed at the implied doubt as to their intelligence and honest', will rejoice in the present discomfiture of the gang. Senators Jones and Cannon left Liver pool yesterday returning from the inter national money conference at Brussels. About the same hour Mr. Harter, of Ohio, offered in the house, as a substi tute for the senate resolution of Mr. AlcPherson, a joint resolution providing that "all furtlier purchases of silver bullion by the United States of America shall cease from and after -the passage or adoption of this resolution, and said purchases shall be resumed only when an agreement is made that shall at least include Great Britain, Germany, France and the United States of America, and such agreement shall fix the valuation at which silver bullion will thereafter be received for coinage, without limit as to quantity, at the mints of ail the nations parties to said international agreement." Harter thinks this resolution would ac ' complish the same result and not be open to the same objection as the Mc Fherson resolution. "It would more over," he says, "be a notice to the world that we are ready to join other civilized nations in the coinage of silver upon any agreed national ratio, and that, in the meantime, we declined going on raking 'their chestnuts in for them at the risk of commercial disaster and national dis grace." Harter says he believes the sil ver purchases have greatly contracted currency during the last 24 or 25 months, and that, after counting in the notes is sued by the government in payment for 7 pig silver, the actual volume of currency today is probably at least $200,000,000 perhaps $250,000,000 or $275,000,000, smaller than if we had been out of silver peculation entirely. Mary M. Anderson, who was a few years ago granted a separation from her husband, Louis C. Anderson, of Seattle, has sued hiin for $25,000 damages on the ground of breach of promise. She avers that he courted her again a year ago, re-captured her heart and promised to re-marry her, but has since married eome one else. A cherry-haired musician of wide reputation, is having London ladies throw themselves at his feet not meta phorically, but literallv. Such are the honors of those that play the piano, haye unpronounceable names and don't comb their hair. The first view of the new Columbian souvenir coin inevitably leads to ex pression of regret that Columbus wasn't a better looking man. The souvenir doesn't strike the eye of all as being an arfisticjsucce&s. Our own idea, however, is that it will pass. It is is a new fad to, build pianos into the wall in modern residences. If they can be built so far in that they can be walled up' with the combination time' lock safe tbe plan will find enthusiastic supporters. ' Thomas Settle of North Carolina, only twenty-eight years of age, is the young est member-elict of the new congress. i Shut the door against disease. Danger comes oft cnest through impure blood. Keep your blood in order, and you keep in health. For this, nothing equals Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery. It invigorates the liver,- puri fies and enriches the blood, and rouses every organ into healthy ac tion. By this means it cures. Ev ery part of the system feels its eaving influence. Dyspepsia, Indi- festion, Biliousness, Scrofulous, kin and Scalp Diseases even Consumption ( or Lung - scrofula ) in its earlier stages, all yield to it. It's the only Liver, Blood and Lung Remedy that's guaranteed to bene fit or care,- or the money is re funded. Trying terms to sell on but it's a medicine, that can carry them out. " Golden Medical Discovery " contains no alcohol to inebriate, and no syrup or sugar to derange digestion. It's a concentrated vegetable ex tract ; put np in large bottles ; pleasant to the taste, and equally good" for adults or children. the Dalles AND Prineville tase J. D. PARISH, Prop. Imvos The Pnlles at i n. m. evcrv day and ar rive at Prineville in thirty-six hours. Leaves PrineviH at " 11. m. every "iiiy and arrives at The Dulles in thirty-six noure. Carries the U. S. Mail, Passengers and Express Connects at ITineville with Stages from Eastern and Southern Or egon, Northern California and all Interior Points. Also makes close connection at The Dalle wit; trains from Portland and ali eastern ixints. .' Courteous drivers. . Good accommodations along tie road. . First-class coacnes ana torses usel. .' Express matter nanlied witn care. All persons wishing passage must waybill nt of fices before biking passage; others will notbe received. Express must be waybilled at oflices or the Stage Co. will not be responsible. The company will take no risk on money transmit ted. Particular attention given to delivering express matter at Prineville and all southern points in Oregon, and advance charges will be paid by the company. RTAGE OFFICES; M. Sleliel & Co. Store. Umatilla House. l'rlneville. The lalle. YOUR ATTEflTIOp Is called to the fa'et that flagh Glenn, Dealer in Glass, Lime, Plaster, Cement and Building Material of all kinds. -Carrie tbe fluent Line mt M To bft Joand in the Gity. 72 LXlashington Street. r'A DTirv CANDY HcAn 1 1U FACTORY Candies and Nuts;"-K2.r TOBACCO Specialties CIGARS AND BWKKT DRINKS Finest Peanut Roaster In The Dallea PiGiure DOS r 2 Street J.FOLCO At right aide Mrs. Obarr'a IsTEW TODAY. The only first-class house in The Dalles. MRS. FRASER, EUROPEAN HOUSE IS PREPARED ,TO GIVE . FIRST-CLASS REGULAR BOARD AT SQO PER MONTH. H. S CHEESM AN No. 60 Second st.. The Dalle, Or. BOOTS AND SHOES MANUFAC TURED TO ORDER. ALL WORK AND A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. REPAIRING DONE IN A SATIS FACTORY MANNER. C. F. STEPHENS, DEALER IN 1 Dry Goods icf0 Qlothing i Boots, Shoes, Hats, Kte. Fancg Ejoodg, '.lotion?, Etc., Etc., Etc. New FROM &3.50 TO $30. 1 ' J DOfl'T FAIL TO SEE THEJJ. NEW-STOCK. OF Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Boots and PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST. D. BUSNS SMELL, Pipe WoiR, Tig Bepairs aijfl Roofing MAINS TAPPED UNDER PRESSURE. Shop on Third Street, . next door west of Young & Kuss' Blacksmith Shop. Freeborn & -OEALKB9 IK tfall Paper nitf 295 ALDER Old Numbie 95, - "THE CELEBRATED COLUM BI A BREWERY, AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r. Thla well-known Brewery ia now taming . out the best Beer and Porter east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health ful'Beer have been introduced, and only the first-class article will be placed on the market. ' ' JOHN PASHEK, MH - Tail, Next door to Wasco San. Just Received, a fine stock of Suitings, Pants Patterns, etc., of all latest Styles, at Low Prices. Madison's Latest System used in cutting garments, and a fit guaranteed each time. Repairing and Cleaning ,Neatly and Quickly Done. . Li. YOUNG, : JEWELEB : Watches and Jewelry repaired to order on short notice, and satisfaction guaranteed. at this Store of I. C. Xickelaen, Sd St. The Inlles County Treasurer's Notice. All countv warrants registered prior to May 118S9, will be paid if pre sented at my office, corner Third and Washington streets. Interest ceases on and after this date. The Dalles, Oct. 31, 1S92. ' . William Micbell, 10.31tf Treasurer Wasco County, Or. . Second St., 0pp. Hood's Stable, THE DALLEg, 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. GUflNllto & HOCKMfiN .Props. Jackets Shoes. TERMS CASH. GityBlacksraith Slop, I 1 H. Herbring. Company, loom JHoulfllugs, ST., COR. FIFTH, , - Pobti-and, Obbqon. DRUG S SNiPEs:&K THE LEADING mm a! Mail Diiiisis. XT JEL IE2 Handled by Three ALSO ALL LPatent medicines and HOUSE PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. Agents for Murphy's Fine Varnishes and the only agents in the City for The Sherwin, Will: am s Co.'s Paints. j -WE The Largest Dealers in Wall Paper. Finest Line of Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars. Agent for Tansill's Punch. 129 Second Street, The Dalles. Oregon MINHNS HE NEW TOWN bns been pl.-itted on the old muip fcnuind, at the ForkB nud k Falls of Hood river, with lHrso sightly lots, broad streets and allevs. good soil.l pure cold water und shade in profusion, perfect drainage. ileliKh'tful mountuin t . climate, the central attraction ax a motint'iin summer resort and for all Oregon, being the nearest town to ML Hood. It is alo unpanUIcd as a manufaeturinff i center, bciiijr the natural center for 130 square miles of the best cedar and tir " timber, possessinc millions of horse power in its dashing streams and water falls, easily harnessed. Where cheap motive power exists, there the mann- i' factories will center, surrounded by soil and climate that cannot be excelled r unywhere for fruit and agriculture, und with trantportation already assured you will find this the place to make n perfect home or a paying investment j syg i TITLE PERFECT W. ROSS THE DALLES MERCANTILE CO. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE DALLES. BRAINARD & ARMSTRONG'S ...... FINE LINE OF n No. 390 to 394, 2d "There is a tide in tie affairs of men which, taken at its flood, leads on to fortune." The poet unquestionably had reference to the ; ClDSintt-Ont Sale ol at CRANDALL Who are selling these goods MICHELBACH BRICK, NEPTDNE SHAVING PARLORS AND BATH ROOMS FRAZER & WYNDHAM, Proprietors. a -i o At the old stand of R. Lusher, PAUL KREFT & CO., -DEALERS I2f- PAINTS, OILS And the Most Complete and the WAIjIj CJ3T Practical Painters and Paper Hangers. None but the best brands of the Sherwin-Williams and J. W. Masar''e Paints used in all our work, and none but the most ekilled workmen employed. Agents for Masury Liquid Paints. .. So ; chemical combination or eoap mixture. A first class article in all colors. - AH j orders promptly attended to. Store aid Paint Shop corner Thirdand Washington Sts., The Dallei, Oregos INERSLY. 23 IEtS. TO" C3r Registered Druggists, . V THE LEADING Druggists Sundries AKK- See me . on the ground, or address me at Hood River, Wasco County, Oregon. WINANS. SPOOL SILK street. The Dalles" & BURGET'S, out at greatly-reduced ratee. - . .UNION ST. no Front St., The Dalles, Oregon. AND GLASS, Latest Patterns and Deeigns in IE3 JE3 JSi s. ?? V c.a'- . "no o a 2 S" - i Coming. TMtamrant.