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Tne Dalles Daily Chronicle.
OFFICIAL VATEK OK DALLES CITY.
J7li WASCO COUHTY.
Entered at the Tostoffioe at The Dulles, Oregon,
as second-class matter.
it xau. (rooTAGB rasrAiD) in advaxck.
Weekly, 1 year.
" 6 months..
Daily, 1 year
" per "
. 1 50
. 0 75
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. 6 00
. 3 00
. 0 50
Address all communication to " THE CHEOU
ICLE." The UaUes, Oregon.
The legislatures of
lerent states are in
Mine men laugh.
eession, and still
It is reported that Bishop Brook a
died without making a will. . Estimates
place the estate at $750,000.
The price of wheat still remains at a
diacoaragingly low figure, regardless of
. the fact that there has been a change in
the political complexion of the country.
It is pretty nearly decided that Hon.
Thomas F. Bayard will be Cleveland's
Secretary of tate, Senator Carlisle sec
.retary of the treasury, and Lamont sec
retary of the navv.
A Jndon dispatch to the Exchange
telegraph company says France has
asked the British government for an
explanation as to the' increase of the
British army occupation in Egypt.
- b ' saying that
of Colorado is quoted
Judge Gresham will
cither be1 a member of Cleveland's cabi
net, or a member of the supreme court.
Blatchford and Field, of the supreme
bench, will soon retire on account of
A. Vienna dispatch says all hope of
rescuing the men entombed in fort
Schinitt mine at Dux, Bohemia, has
been abandoned. - Thirteen men are
known to be in the mine, and" it is gen
erally conceded that those not killed by
the explosion, were afterwards suffocated
The Review takes exceptions to the
joint resolution of Senator Walcott. of
Colorado, about the Colombo shin-plasters.
The new Columbian stamps have
"caught on." The public had grown
rather weary of licking a portrait gal
lery, and the new designs, new in shape
and also in scene and incident; are a
decided relifef. -
Senator Carlisle's resignation confirms
the general report that he will go into
the Cleveland cabinet as t ecretary of the
treasury. This has already excited the
ire of a 'number of democratic news
papers of pronounced anti-silver views.
The Boston Herald quotes Carlisle's
record, and declares that he is "almost
as rapid a silver lunatic as Bland."
Barney, pop., yesterday introduced in
the Nebraska house a resolution to 'im
peach the governor for' malfeasance in
office, by reason of his having approved
the bond of the collapsed Capital
National bank of Topeka, given to the
state, under the law requiring banks to
give bonds for security to the state of the
money deposited with them. The reso
lution was laid over one day, under the
The press ot Oregon , says the Union
Journal of Walla Walla, are learning
from her younger though bigger sister,
Washington. They are strongly advo
cating the fixing of salaries for all county
and state officials, and discarding the
fee system. . The Oregonian even, gen
erally the last to get on the right side of
problems in economics, protests against
recompensing officers with fees, and
claims that Multnomah county would
save $30,000 or more a year by paying
officers of the county liberal salaries in
j.olace of the present system.-
Mr. G. V. McCoy -of Portland, who
how has valuable interests in the Inland
Empire, in a letter to the Oregonian. ad
vocates making the Barlow road across
the Cascade mountains free. He argues
inat as uregon now has the whole top
ot the Cascade range of . mountains. re
served by the national government as i
magnificent park, the city of Portland
and the state should take such action as
will make the old Barlow road free and
put In good condition for travel. This
road b as lor many years been in the
hands of a toll road company, whose
policy has been to make as few repairs
and betterments as possible and charge
High rates for toll. It is the main
tnorougnrare to the Inland Empire of
Eastern Oregon, and in largely used by
the residents of that section, as well as
by overland "Irri-.nnl nn.T.inf anil
iieasnrw ff ftnrsf Th Portland cham
r of commerce, the Oregon Alpine
club and the southeast Portland im
provement association should take hold
at this matter, preeait upon the. atten
tion of the state and secure an appro
priation sufficient to put this great road
fn thorough repair and maintain it. By
bridging the Des Chutes 'river at the
mouth of Bake Ovon canyon, to which
this road already extends in almost a
straight line, this road can be connected
with the main stage road to Canyon city
and Prineville, and the old immigrant
rond across the plains, both of which c-aun:iia'-'.'
a xf uat trawl."..
' Tba room's tn disorder.
Tbe cat's on the tabic,
nnflowor-stand upset, and the mischief to pay:
Ami Johnny ifl screaming- - '.
As loud as nc's able.
For nothing; goes 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 ol
domestic care3 and female disorders,
make.it your first business to. restore
her health. - Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription is without a peer as a remedy
for feeble and debilitated, women, and is
the only medicine for tne class of mala
dies known as "female diseases" which
Is sold, by drufrprista, under a positive
guarantee from the manufacturers that
It will give satisfaction, in every case, or
the money will be refunded. It is a
nositive cure for the most complicated
cases. It's an fnvieoratine, restorative
tonic, and a soothing and strengthening
nervine, imparting tone and vigor to the
whole system. It's a legitimate medi
cine, too carefully compounded by an
experienced physician, and adapted to
woman's delicate organization.
The Annual Ball of the
Will Be Given at
Monday Evening, Peb. 6, 1893.
Tbe Best of Mnsic fill Be Furnished
Prizes will be awarded for the best-
sustained lady and gent character.
A general invitation is extended to
the public, but no disreputable char
acters will be admitted.
Arrattgmnt J. H. Wood, G. C- Bills,
John Blaser, Louis Payette, W. T.
Hill, C. A. Xhndt, A. Sandrock.
Reception L. Payette, C. A. Klindt,
r. vr. tKiODe, John tflaner, Aug.
Floor W. T. Hill, J. 8. Fish, :V. H.
Butte, Arthur Wyndham,, George
Tickets admitting gentleman and
JtD. PARISH, Prop.
Leaves The Dalles at S a. tn. pvcrv 1n .iui
liven at Plincville in thirty-six hours. 1aves
rlneville tit 5 a. m. every ay and arrives nt
jiiu uuiies in luirty-Bix noars.
rries the U. S. Mail, Passenger and Express
Connects at Prlo-ille with
itages from Eastern and Southern Or
egon, .Northern California. and ..
. '-all Interior Points.
so makes closa connection at The Dnllei with
rains from l'ortland and all eastern points.-.
. Connects flrlTsis. -' -' '
, Good accommoilaiions alc'iz tie ioad.
. Pirst-class coacies and torses used.
, Express matter namUed wita caa.;- '
: nersons wifihinflr naRRHcre must w.vKfir t
113 before biking sskc; others will not be
rejelved. JCx press must be wuybilled at offices
on tne btHtre Co. will not be nHnnnaihl Tha
1 p y . ' "8K on m""cy transmit-
rnruuumr niwnuoR iriTen to aetlverine
ross matter at Prineville and all aimthorn
nuts in Oregon, and advance charges will be
paju oy me company.
. KTAOK OPHCIS;
yr. Sleliel & Co. Store. DmaUllsnimu.
I'rlnevilln. The DaJlea.
IS prejarerl to do any and all
kinds of "work in Lis line at
reasonable figures.. . : Has the
largest honne moving outfit
. in ' Eastern Oregon.
Adc!rcsr P O.Scx ISl.ThsDaltos
Dalles City, Fire DM
Tlte only first-class house
in The Dallas.
" "- -IS PBEPABIO TO GIVE
FIRST-CLASS REGULAR BOARD
AT SQO PER MONTH.
H. S. CHEESM AN
No. 60 Second Bt, The Dalles, Or.
BOOTS AND SHOES MANUFAC
TURED TO ORDER, :.
ALL WORK AND
A PERFBCT FIT
REPAIRING . DONE IN
C. P.. STEPHENS,
Itavots, Shoes, Hats, Etc'
FanciJ foods, Jfeiong,
We are now
balance of our
Uipter Dress Qood ;
At a great sacrifice,
for our new Spring goods.
Pipe M, Till Bejs topflrig
MAINS TAPPED UNDER PRESSURE.
Shop1 on third Street, next
w ai I P a p e r a nil
295 ALDER ST.,
" 0J NUMBEB 05,
THE CELEBRATED ;
August buchler, PropV f
. . , -1
Tiile well-anown Brewery is now ' tarnintf ont tbe beet Beer and Porter
eaet of tbe Cascade. Tbe latest appliancea for tbe manufacture of good belth
fnl Ber-hare heen -Jntrodnced, iuid only tle rst-claes Rrticl will tse placed or:
il;" lurti ktt. .! " ' ' . . ' . .. v.
: JOHN PASHEK,
pipilt - Tailor,
- K ; ' Hext dor to Wasco Sua.
Just Received,- a fine slock of Suitings,
; Pants Patterns, etc., of all latest
J Styles, at Low Prices.
Madison's Latest System used in cutting
garments, and" a fit guaranteed
Repairing and Cleaning
Neatly and Quickly Done.
Watches and Jewelry repaired to order on
- short notice, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Store rtf I. c. Nlckelsen, 2dSt.TbeDall.es
County Treasurer's Notice.
All county warrants registered prior
to May I, 1S8S, 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 , 1892.
10.31tf Treasurer Wasco County, Or.
, Second 8t., 0pp. Hood's Stable,
TM DUUs, .. OHROOX.
"Will repair your fine Buggie
and Carriages, shoe your fine '
Driving Horses, and in fact do
all your blackemitbing in the :
finest Btyle. Satisfaction guar- -anteed.
' .' . ;.; . . '
Gp JJIG & HpC
closing put the
in order to make
dooWwest bbYo'uiig A Kuss'
IX ' .
flo onx pin u l fli ag s,
Snipes' & Kinersly.
Wiesals ii Retail Dmii.
Handled by Three Registered Druggists.
" ' . ALSO ALT. THE LKADINO , '
Patent ffiedieines: and Druggists Sandries
HOUSE PAINTSrO!LSrANDT3LfiSS - :
Agents for Murphy's Pine Varnislies and.,the only agents in
the City .for;The Sherwin, Will am ; Co.'saints
'.- - -r? ":'. ;;' V '. -.' . WE ark '- ;' .- .
The -I-acgesCDealersin IWalL Paper.
Finest Lineof IrnrtedKe7; West and ' Domestic Cigars
, Agentfor Tansill's Punch. . V
129 Second -Street, ' . The Dalles. Oregon
5 , ? , S5,N,hn" bee2 platted on the old camp ftronud, at the Forks snd
Fails of Hood rlver. with faiKe sig-htly lota, broad htrcetaaifd alleys ed sin
P!.,.?J!0,ld 7SteT "I"1 ,Bhr."e in. P'. Wrfect dralnag" deKnMuf mowtoin
- - . limate.Vthe ,'e,,,rI attraction as a motiiiUlu snmmtr reWrt and for SltSiton
. being tbiiWCTt town to ML Hood. i also unparalle as a manufs Ji,
enten beiT.K the natural center for 150 square miles of 5 TbTst edaVnd flr
i V . " narncssca. Where cheap motive power exists thoro th n,n.
. vim ni ,kr. ,U r
you will Hud this lh pi.-cc
"There is a tide in tlte affairs
- leads on to fortune" ' : , ': . v ;
The poet unquestionably had reference to the
ho are selling; these goods
THE DALLES MERCANTILE CO
sole AGENTS FOR THE DAJJLES. :. .
BRAINARD & ARMSTRONG'S ;
. . . . . SPOOL $ILK
FINE LINE OF
to 394, 2d
NEPTUNE SH A VING PARLORS AND SATII ROOMS..
r FRAZER & WYNDHAM; Proprietors:
l .M1 1 :inil!iii'wMmi'-
At the old stand of R. Lusher,
PAUL KR EFT & CO
And tlm Most Complete Atid tb Jjiteet Pattema oed DecignB in
"757 31b X-a ; ' ''"'JE'm
sCtBPrariicHl Pnintem nnl Paner Haneers. Uoiie lint tbts best brands of tha
Sherwin-Williams and J. W. Maturw'e Paiuts nted in alt onr work, and none bo
thetiiost skilled workmen employed. .A
chemical com biaation or vrt&n miKtore.
orders promptly attended t-j.
. , Paiut 2toa. coraar Thixdand
wiu irumportauon already
to make a perfect home or a payin- ii,
See rae oxL the ground, or
address . xtfe at Hood River,
Wasco County, Oregon. -
of men which take ni if ftnr
out at greatly-reduced rates.
, - .
street, The Dalles
im Front St.. The Dalles,-Oregoa.
rents for 3Jaenry liquid Paints. -No
A first cloen Article in all colors. All
t A ' tn
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