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Tne Dalles Daily Chronicle.
OFFICIAL VAPER OF DALLES CITY.
ilfD WASCO COUKTY-.
at the Postoflice at The Dalles, Oregon,
aa seeond-class matter.
T MAIL (POBTAGB rBXPAIO) IX ADVAMCK.
Weekly. 1 year : 1
Bally. 1 year.
" 6 months.
" per "
Address all communication to '
CLE." The Dalles, Orecou.
WANT TO JOIN THE UNION.
Uncle Sam seems to have been nat
urally first choice with the provisional
government of the Sandwich islands.
Chas. L. Carter, one of the annexation
commissioners was interviewed while in
San Francisco, on Saturday, and he
-stated the object of the visit to Washing
ton is "to have the United States take
possession of the Hawaiian islands. We
want to join the union," said he, "not
m a state, however, but under a terri
torial or district form of government. A
government like that of the District of
Columbia, with the addition of a gov
ernor appointed by the president, is
preferable for many reasons. There is
anch a largo number of Chinese and
other objectionable elements of good
government on the islands who cannot
be trusted to vote intelligently that if
wniversal suffrage is declared the whites,
who represent almost the entire business
interests of the country, would be out
voted and powerless. An entire new
system of government must be built np,
and the only way to do it is to have the
United States take charge. It must
come to this or the whites must leave
the islands. Their intereets are too
great, however, for them to give up with
out a straggle.
Evidently the time has arrived when
the United States (if we want the is
lands), can have them, and on terms
more favorable than ever before offered,
or will ever be offered again. All Amer
icans on the island are a unit for annexa
tion, and the new provisional govern
ment and its aims are supported by
nearly all the English there and all of
the Germans. The foreign interests in
Hawaii amount to about $40,000,000,
$30,000,000 of which is in the hands -of
the Americans. Honolulu is as much an
American city as San Francisco itself.
King Kalakua was greatly favorable to
annexation to the United States, and so
was Queen Emma, but for some reaeon
Queen Liliu kaulani is strongly in favor
of British rule, and Jf allowed would no
doubt, apply to Great Britain for pro
tection." England is represented on
the inland by Commissioner J. H. W'ood
faouse. He, in common with the other
representatives, was notified of the
change in the government, but returned
.so answer to the communication. He
may hare changed hia mind by this
time, the natives themselves, as a rule,
re not in favor of her plans. She is
supported by a clique of about twenty
who are anxious for political power.
She is jealous of the power of the whites,
and is an ambitious, scheming woman.
She enjoyed an income of between $75,
000 and $100,000, with no responsibility
But she undertook to mix in politics,
and got the worst of it." As Mr. Wilder
ays: "If Queen Liliu kanlani ad
been allowed to carry out her plans, she
would have become the absolute despot
of the islands. No whites would have
been allowed to vote, the house of nobles
would have been abolished, the supreme
court judges who are now appointed for
life would be appointed for a six-year
term only, and would have been subject
to dismissal at her whim. Hawaiians,
as a rule, are a simple, peaceful and in
Solent people, and would probably make
no trouble if let alone. Thev are easily
influenced by politicians, and were con
vinced by the queen that she was acting
in meir interests.
Before the act to restrict immigration
can be made operative attempts are
made by Atlantic transportation corpor
at ion s to have it annulled. Self-sup
porting immigrants that come to this
country to become citizens and to cher
sen a patriotic interest in the country
nre still needed and will be welcomed in
America. But we have had too many of
the other kind, and the further immi
gration of the undesirable element must
bo stopped at once. However much we
owe to the needy and oppressed of other
' lands, it is our duty to our own country.
for the fulfillment of our national des
tiny among nations, and for the sake of
posterity, that we protect our own
national life. The important question
is not wnat tangnage tne incomers
peak or what their manners and cue
torn s are, but whether they will stand
on their own feet and do their part in
tne wort or mating a nation.
It is plain to everybody now that it is
a fight to the death between the Great
Northern and the Northern Pacific com
panies in which the other companies are
playing only' minor parts, with, an aver
age indebtedness of $60,000 per mile for
the Northern aa against (15,000 per mile
in- favor cf the-Great Northern. The
forcing of the Northern Pacific into the
hands of a receiver would, of course,
SC-.'tire the bonds of the latter and so the
lock that depreciate President Hill and
his coadjutors would be enabled to cap
tire this great property. Jim Hill begau
.,!.f!2r?t." ? tr:rfT nwi fn St. " P:m;1
Don't be a spider.
and crawl in these days ! Why
not keep up with the nineteenth
century ? Yim , would not buy a
Btcam engine made like those of
a century ago. Then why should
you buy the old-fashioned, big,
drastic pills that gripe and debili
tato your system?.
As great improvements have been
made in pills as in steam engines.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, are
tiny, sugar-coated granules, or pills,
are easiest to take, and never gripe
Or shock tho system.
They are purely vegetable and
perfectly harmless. s
" One little Pellet's a laxative, three
to four are cathartic. . They regu
late and cleanse the liver, stomach
and bowels ' quickly, but thor
oughly. They're the clieapest pill,
sold by druggists, because you only
pay for the good you get. . 1 hey re
guaranteed to give satisfaction,
every time, or your money is re
turned. ThaVs the peculiar plan
all Dr. Pierce's medicines are sold
Can you ask more?
The Annual Ball of the
Mes (Spire Dep't
Will Be Given at
Monday Evening, leb. 6, 1893.
Tne Best of Music Will Be FurnisHefl
Prizes will be awarded for the beat-'
sustained lady and gent character.
A general invitation is extended to
the public, but no disreputable cliar
acters will be admitted.
Arrangement J. H. Wood, G. C. Bills,
John Blaser, Louis Payette, W. T.
Hill, C. A. Klindt, A.Sandrock.
Reception L. Payette, C. A. Klindt,
F. W. L. Skibbe, John Blaner, Aug.
Floor W. T. Hill, J. 8. Fish, W. H.
Butts, Arthur Wyndham, George
Tickets admitting gentleman and
J. D PARISH, Prop. '
Leaves The Palles at 6 a. m. ererv day and ar
rives at Prineville in thirty-six hours. Leaves
Vrinevillo at 5 a. m. every ?ay and arrives at
The Dalles In thirty-tli hours.
Carries the U. S. Mail, Passengers and Express
Connects at PriD-Hle wlth-
Stages from Eastern and Southern Or
egon, Northern California and
all Interior Points. -
Also males close connection at The Dalle with
trains from l'ortluud and all eastern points. '
. Courteous drivers.
.' Good accommodations alens tie roai.
. First-class coaches and lorses used.
. Express matter lacdled witl care.
All persons wishing passage must waybill at of
fices before taking passuKC; others will not be
received. Express must be waybillcd at offices
or the Stajte Co. will not be responsible. The
company will take no risk on money transmit
ted. Particular attention given to delivering;
express matter at Prinevtlie and all southern
points in Oregon, and advance charges w ill be
paid by the company.
M. Blc-hel tt Co. Store. Umatilla House.
frliieTille. Tta Italics.
IS prepared to do any and oil
kinds of work in his line at
reasonable f gures. Has the
largest honso moving outfit
in Eastern Oregon.
The only flrst-clcbss" lwuse
in TJie Dalles. .;
IS PBEPAKED TO OIVB ;
FIRST-CLASS ' REGULAR BOARD
AT S20 PER MONTH.
Ko. SO Second at-. The Dalles, Or.
BOOTS AND SHOES MANUFAC
TURED TO ORDER.
ALL WORK AND A PERFECT FIT
REPAIRING DONE IN
C. F. STEPHENS,
BooK Shoes, Rata, Etc.
FanciJ (JoQdg, jbtiong.
Ktc., Etc., Kte.
We are now closing out the
balance of our
Uipter Dress Cjood5,
ladiesV ad Tisses'jaeKets.
rei7's apd Boys' Qureoats,
At a great sacrifice, in order to make
room for our new Spring1 goods.
Pipe WorR, Till Bepalrs aixtl ijooniiB
MAINS TAPPED UNDER PRESSURE.
Shop on Third Street, next door west of Young & Kuss'
Wall Paper a
295 ALDER ST., COR. FIFTH,
Old Numbm 03,
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
This well-known Brewery is now taming oat the beet Beer and Porter
MBt of the Cascades. The latest appliances for. the manufacture of good health
fnl Bfor r-Hve tc-en latmdncvd, and only the fir?t-c!aee nrtkle wil! be placed oc
t - Tailor;
vl- Beit door to Wasco San.-
Just Received, :. a fine stock of Suitings,
rants 1'atterns, etc., of all latest
. Styles, at Low Prices.
Madieon's Latest Svstem used in cutting
. garments, and a nt guaranteed
; . each time.
Repairing and Cleaning
. j1 Neatly and Quickly Done. .
S. L. YOUNG,
Watches and Jewelry repaired to order oa
abort notice, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Stan of I. e. Mlekelsen. td St. The Dalles
Oountj 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 streets. Interest ceases on
and after this date.
. The Dalles, Oct. 31, 1892.
. William Michbll.
s 10.31tf Treasurer Wasco Connty, Or.
Second St., 0pp. Hood's Stable,
TUB DALlJia, - ORXaOM.
Will repair your fine Baggies
and Carriages, shoe your fine
Driving Horses, and in fact do .
all your blackemitbing in the
, finest style. , Satisfaction guar
anteed. ' '
GUSHISG & HOCKMim ,Props,
City Blacksmith Shop
Wlitale ii Retail Bugsis.
7 XT IB -
Handled by Three
Patent ffledieines and
Agents for Murphy's Fine Varnishes and. the only agents in
tne iT-y ior ine onerwin,; win ams uo. s raints.
' 1 ' ' wk ARE : ' -.f.
The .. Largest Dealers in Wall Paper.
Finest Line of Imported Key
129 Second Street,
5 HE NEW TOWN has been platted on the old camp (round, at tho Forks and
Falls of Hood river, with forge sightly lots, broad, streets and alleys. Rood soil,
pure cold water aud sbndc in profusion, perfect dralnuge, delightful wountal
climate, the central attraction as a mountain summer retort and for all Oregon,
being the nearest town to Mt. Hood. It is also u lips railed as a manufacturing
enter, being the natural center for 150 square miles of the best cedar and nr
timber, possess! r g millions of bun-o power In its dashing streams and water
falls, easily harnessed. Where cheap motive power exists, there the mana-
factories will center, Burrouuded by soil and climate that cannot be execlleir
anywhere for fruit and agriculture, and with trnmportation already assured1
you will find this the place to make a perfect borne or a paying inTOktment
"Tliere is a tide in tfie affairs of men which, taken at its flood,
leads on to fortune"
The poet unquestionably had reference to the
Cliii-Oal Si ol
Furnimre & Caruets
Who are selling these goods
THE DALLES MERCANTILE CO.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE DALLES. . .
BRAIN ARD & ARMSTRONG'S
..... SPOOL SILK
FINE LINE OF
No. 390 to 394,
NEPTUNE SUA VING.PARLORS AND BATH ROOMS.
PRAZER & WYNDHAM. Proprietors.
felt & m '--kd-1
At the old stand of K.. Lusher,
r ts s.m- - ' ............ , , i . j
PAI NTS, OILS AND GLASS,
And the Most Complete and the Latest Patterng and Designs in
SSPTraoticul Painteru mid Paper Hangers. None bat tho best brands of th
Sherwin-Williams and .T. V. Alasury's Paints ueed in all oar work, and none bat
the most skilled vorknen employed. Acenta for Masury Liquid Paint. No
chemical combination or nap mixture.'.
orders promptly attended to. .
Tm rtJPmm -rm YVrj Q
X 12. "O C3L- JS
OILS AND GLASS.
West and Domestic Cigars.
The Dalles. Oregon
See me on the ground, or
address me at Hood River,
Wasco County, Oregon. -
W I NANS.
out at greatly-reduced rates.
- UNION ST.
2d street. The Dalles
no Front St.. The Dalles, Oregon.
A first class article in all colors. AlZ
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