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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1893)
- Mess Variety ni Assortment of
Dolls, Toys, Books, Albums, Pianos, Or
gans, Musical Instruments.
Tie Dalles, Portland ani Astoria
V Navigation Co.
TO Our Friends and Patrons.
T ie Re
F, . ,., ' ', Zr'l
WE HAVE rather neglected our Advertising of late, not
because we had nothing to sell; but we had nothing
especially new to. offer, and preferred to wait until we could
say something of interest. We are, and have been for some
time, busily engaged in placing our orders for Spring and
Summer Goods and feel justified in announcing that we
shall have the FINEST ASSORTMENT and the BEST
GOODS in " all our lines that has ever been seen in The -Dalles.
We have secured some genuine novelties in "Che
Dry Goods Department, and the ladies will . certainly con
sult their best interests by deferring their purchases until
after their arrival, of which we shall give you due notice.
Keep both eyes on this space and we will certainly surprise
you, not only with the goods, but the prices at which we
shall sell them. We mean business and propose to have
your patronage, if LOW PRICES and the BEST
GOODS will accomplish it. .Yours Respectfully,
;The Dalles Daily Chfoniele.
entered the Fostofflce at The Dalles, Oregon,
m nKujiuxuuHi uiaiter.
. i Weather Fokcmi.
fflial forecast for Ivmty four hour eruHng at
Monday snow, Tuesdav rain, much
warmer. ' Pagbk.
- JAN. 30, 1893
8. F. Wells of Portland, came up last
might to complete filings on forfeited
Attorneys B. 8. Huntington, and J. L
Story left for Salem vesterdav to attend
Jne supreme court, now in session.
rne press of America is almost u
xaous in expressions favorable to the an
nexation of the bandwich islands
Subscribe - for Thb Chronicle, the
leading paper of Eastern Oregon.
Mr. F. Frieman of Helena Mont., is
visiting hia uncle. Mr. J. SViem
l . .7 ... ' . ' "
. mis cuy, while on his way to San Fran
You can carpet .sour rooms at ahnnt
your own price b4 cahjfig on Crandall &
Burget, at the (new "store on Union
The lovely enow fell so admirablv Sat-
. urday evening and this 'afternoon as to
camortn numerous "beautiful" expx
ciona. - 1
Report says - two men were drowned
An 4ha i.a V, TM. . T- 1 1 , , ,
we failed to trace it to any corroborated
Mr. J. D. Parish returned yesterday
from a business trip to Prineville. He
finds stock generally throughout the
country in fair condition, and well pro
vided for. ' '
Misses Myra and Adnah Helm of N an
ane, who have been visiting their sister
in Albany, are in-the city where they
wij spend a few days before returning
Visitors to the hills surrounding
this city yesterday plainly observed the
line of the ferry cable in the io nrM.
the river, as distinct in the reflection of
the bright sunshine as if it had been
chalked out with crayon. The mvstery
of the mark is hard to account for, as
the cable is supposed to be resting on
the bottom of the river, clear ont of sight.
: Crandall A Burgt ajA now settled in
their new store inAmeMichelbach brick
on Union street, flf door to Floyd &
Shown's. Call aVbuv -
It is reported that Qeo. Moore of Bake
Oven, has liail a bad ' streak nf lnrlc
lately. One of his thoroughbred mal
tese cat was killed accidentallv bv a
quarter of beef falling upon il, and an
thcr one was drowned in the well.
George directed the man of all work on
the place to get the drowned cat out of
the well, as he and his wife were going
way for a few days. To get the cat .the
ian went into the well himself, con
trary to instructions. The well is forty
five feet deep, with seven feet of water.
In the eveninir of tho a, tv.
event happened a neighbor who chanced
to he nnaRincr Dtnnna n. 1 1 1
a ai 111c UUU9C UIll
was attracted to the weil by the nojso of
the riian' who had gone down the well
rope and couldn't get back. He had
managed to keep his head out of watt-r,
"but was nearly perishing when addi
tional help arrived, as the neighbor had
to go three miles for assistance to pull
. tltc, man t TTa ...... A 1 t. - . .11
vui. 11c uifb HIO IZiXl OUb 11.
right enough, but 'don't think he will
Tickets for the Fireman's ball are go
ing off like hot cakes.
When you see our ad. top-side-undermost,
fetch in your job work.
Hot clam broth today, after 4 p. m.,
at J. O. Macks.
Mr. D. E. Oilman of Dallas, is in the
city as a guest of Messrs. French & Co. .
If you don't look at the fourth page of
Ton Chbonicxr daily you are liable to
lose something. . i
Miss Lizzie Richards who has been
visiting in Portland for the past three
months, returned yesterday.
Mr. Blaine left a will bestowing all his
property upon Mrs. Blaine, and making
her sole executrix without bonds. The
total value of the estate is estimated at
A close friend of the president says
hat he is not in favor of the acquisition
of any territory by the United States
that is separated by water. How does
Grover feel about it?
Friends of Latimer Booth will be
pleased to learn that he Is now so rap
idly recovering from his serious illness
as to admit of the hope of soon again ap
pearing upon the street.
The late proprietor of The Dalles and
Prineville stage comuanv. Mr: A. W.
ranner, and the present proprietor
Ir. J. D. Parish, spent some time te-
ether at Nansene last week.
Mr. Jos. T, Peters' residence narrowly
escaped destruction from fire last night
by a lamp upsetting. Some of the es
caped oil setting fire to the carpet,
lounge and curtains made it look for a
few minutes as if there would be a ser
ious lire. ' In putting out the flames
Mr. Peters' hands were burned, and
until they were dressed by a physician,
the pain was very severe
,. non. vvm. nuguea ot tieppner, came
Up on the last nights train .direct from
the3d house at Salem.' He stopped
over'today to attend to some bnsiness at
the land office, and proceeded home on
the noon train. He says there were no
nfluences at work to defeat the Raley
jill other than that of corporations.
Hon. C. L. Phillips late of The Dalles',
mt now one of Portland's chief market
providers, is in the city, shaking hands
Ivitli old time friends and acquaint
ances. His present environment has
miot etunted bis love of this rock ribbed
Queen City of the Inland Empire, and
we expect to enumerate him as one of
us again, at some future day. J ,
In accordance with a message received
at the Union iron works yesterday from
Washington, a crew of 150 men has been
working night and day on the new coast
defense vessel Monterey. By tonight
the finishing touches will be put on the
already completed ship, and she will be
turned over to the government and taken
to the navy-yard at Mare Island, where
she will take on equipments and stores
and be prepared to sail, possibly for
Hawaii. The Mohican left at 7 o'clock
yestenday for Hawaii, and the Ranger is
momentarily expected to sail. The
Adams is to leave tomorrow morning.
Mr. J. R. Love, an old time citizen of
this region died yesterday at his room in
the Cosmopolitan. He was a veteran
of the Mexican war, 65 years of age. He
was a resident of Poplar grove, Sherman
county for many years; of late he has
lived in The Dalles and worked at his
trade as a carpenter. He has heen in
poor health for eome time, Biifferinjr
greatly from asthma. He was a niem-
ber of the A. O. U. W. and the remains
were taken in charge by that order, for
Thlng-g to Be Remembered.
The "jumping jack" is .beautifully il
lustrated in the comments of the Port
land Telegram respecting the recon
sideration of the Raley bill in the senate
for the dalles portage railway. Listen
to the following: "A badly disguised
attempt to keep up appearance before
congress is about all there is in the re
consideration.". . Butler made the mo
tion, and advocated its passage- by a
strong and sensible speech. Weather
ford followed in the same strain, and
Raley spoke with much earnestness of
the needs of Eastern Oregon, and how it
had willingly borne its share of the
taxation for the benefit of other parts of
the state. Alley, Cogswell and others,
who are against the bill, would not op
pose a reconsideration if, as was under
stood; it was for the purpose of a com
mittee of Investigation to report two
years hence. With this understanding,
and for this nn rnnao tKa Kill
z .. , wuv i n as jaiu
on the table.
Invest Tour Savings In The Dalle and
.' Come out on Top.
Come get you a home in our city ;. -It's
thriving, it's well bred, its pretty.
It's going to grow in a manner not slow ;
Be wise let who will be witty.
More actual advance in the values of
real estate in The Dalles will be realized
in this year of 1893, than has occurred
in the past 15 years.
Paste this prophecy in your mem.
Cyclone In The Dalle.
This morning about 9 o'clock the resi
dents of The Dalles were, startled by a
eryDodyt Was ln-
the information that
stern cyclone. But
it was a
n it provell to be Her-
rin at h
plioto" gallery .at work upon-
his fatnoUs Paris Panel, tKe most beau
tilul of all photos. Gallery over the
After handling blocks of ice for a week
Chief Engineer Jud. S. Fish has decided
that there is one singular thing about
biting winter days. They're never so
cold as they feel. This is why some
people doubt their thermometers, ' It's
lucky for thermometers that thev have
Good sleighing is such a rariiv in The
Dalles that - a genuine, old-fa6hioned
sleigh , ride is accordingly greatly en
joyed. With the night simply perfect,
the roads in fine condition, and fifteen
of the jolliest boys and girls in town
packeil into the bed ota. eleigh Saturday
night, nothing could hxwe added to the
enjoyment of the party, unless it was
that a certain young man might have
left his feet at home,-.whieiT took up so
much room, that, although he tried to
keep them "out of sight," the young
lady next him was simply crowded into
an inch of space. After riding- around
town until at every window a face might
be Been peering ont in a vain endeavor
to see the "dog show" parade, they were
driven op the Mill creek road, where
they might sing "Jingle Bells" till their
throats ached without disturbing any
one. On' returning the sleigh was
drawn up in front of a ' cosy-looking
home and they were invited in and
royally entertaiued by the host and
hostees. Lunch was ' eerved, and, ac
cording to newspaper parlance the table
"fairly groaned;" bnt in thia case it
was so quickly relieved that the groan-
jmg was frum another source. Ilowt vur
it goon changivl to the voice of song, and
ng noise XV
;r'r THKOUGH .
Freiglt ann Passenger Line
Through daily service (Sunday 8 ex
cepted) between The Dalles and Port
land. Steamer Regulator leaves The
Dalles at 7 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
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced.
Shipments received at wharf any time,
day or night, and delivered at Portland
"n arrival. Live stock shipments
solicited. Call on or address.
W. C. ALLAWAY,
General A cent.
B. F. LAUGH LIN,
the neighborhood fairly resonnded. - If
these young people havn't the chance to
enjoy another eleigh ride for some yearp,
this will be a sufficient reminder of the
most pleasant way to spend an evening.
..Speaking about taxes in the consoli
dated city, a Portland paragrapher says :
'.'A city with a tax of four per cent, can
not prosper long. It is only a question
of a few brief years when its property
will so deteriorate in value that an eight
percent, tax will be necessary to meet
its obligations. It won't be long before
property will be a burden no man will
want to carry. Portland owes debts
enough. An increase will discourage
investment within its boundaries. Its
heretofore healthy progress will be re
tarded. Fiee bridges,- mountains of
debt, and no money will remind us of
the proflgacy of 1893."
When the bill to appropriate $10,000
to blast a fish way in Ihe rock at the falls
at Oregon city came up for a vote in the
assembly, you didn't see a man from
the Inland Empire skulking disgrace
fully, avoiding a manly vote nor gyra
ting about its only being a benefit to the
valley. We are told that even Cogswell
and Dodson voted for ft. In our estima
tion this is a very important measure to
the people ol the valley, and we are
glad that it received the hearty support
pf our members in the legislature. We
shall be pleased to hear that Pete Gates
and Veatch have been etuficd with fresh
salmon by this process, but shouldn't
weep if called upon to write a Hayes
obituary on "choked to death by a fish
Charley Nickel, the gentleman from
Jackson, in the lower house of the Ore
gon assembly 6ays: "A jute mill in the
penitentiary would furnish cheap wheat
sacks for the farmer, and at the same
time would not compete with : any kind
of labor in tho state. The biggest in
dustry now within the walls of the
state prison is that of stove making,
which is a competitive industry that
huts out all other opposition. Give us
cheap sack for our wheat and wool.
"In God We Trnt."
The motto. "In God We Trust." which
now stamped npon all gold and silvei
iins pf the U nitfsd States, was suggest
ed by an old farmer living in Maryland.
Thia conscientious Christian gentleman
thought that our currency should indi
cate in some way the Christian charac
ter of our nation, which, be argned,
could be best done by putting a motto
upon our coins expressing a national re
liance on divine support in govern
mental affairs. It was in 1SC1, when S.
P. Chase was secretary of the treasury
that this man wrote to Washington re
specting his pet idea. 11 is letter was re
ferred to Mint Director Pollock, who
discussed the question in his report of
Pollock and Chase were in favor of
introducing the motto at once, but con
gress gave the suggestion no attention
whatever. In his next annual report
Director Pollock again referred to the
matter, thia time in firm theological ar
gument, saying, The motto suggested,
'God Our Trust," is taken from our na
tional hymn, 'The. Star- Spangled Ban
ner;' the sentiment is familiar to every
citizen of our country: tho time is pro
pitious; tis an hour of national peril.
Let na reverently acknowledge hia sov-
' ereignty, and fet our coinage declare our
trust in God.
A two cent bronze piece was author
ized by congress to tie riued the follow
ing year; nnd on April 23. 1S64. the first
United States coin was stamped with
tb legend. -In God We Trust. isx
AT OUB OFFER
TMs Webster's Dic
tionary, only $1.00'!
Where can yon do
o o o o o o. .o o.
f j' r :m
WW i ;r sS
ft Vt. - '
OUR PRICES ARE BELOW ALL COMPETITION".
. - We Have Made
Call and examine
our stock of
E. JACOBS EN & CQ
Mr. O. L. Stranahan of Hood River,
is in the city today. We acknowledge a
call this afternoon.
A Portland contemporary endeavors
to look surprised while announcing that
the west side cars are often "crowded
Bucklen'i Arnica Salve.
The best ealve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, 'salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by Snipes & Kin
ersly. - .
To the Assembly.
Boyd, Or., Jan. 27. To the Editor. J
Will you kindly remind the delegation
in the assembly from this county that
at the last nominating convention both
the republican and democratic conven
tions passed a resolution declaring that
the additional 33 per cent allowed to
clerks and sheriffs should be restricted
in this county. As we have not seen
any bill introduced to that effect aa yet,
we hope you will not fail to see that the
will of the people, as expressed in that
resolution, shall be carried out. Myself
and some of my neighbors want to see
the fees allowed the county officers at
the last term of the county court. The
same was omitted from the last official
publication. Tax Paykb.
I.ii Bt Lear:
Her eye were rheumy, and weak and red,
Her breath you could nmell it afar,
She had ringing and dizziness oft in her head.
And the cause of it ail was catarrh.
Her breath is as sweet as the new meadow hay.
Her eyes are as bright as a star, . - ,
And the cause of the change, she is ready to say,
Was the Dr. Sage Cure for Cutarrah.
Dr, Sage's Catarrh Remedy will posi-j
tivety cure catarrh in the head, no mat
ter how bad or how long standing. Fifty
cents, by all druggists.
The Only House in Town
Gents Furnishing Goods.
HICH gives vis an opportunity to devote our entire time
to tins particular line. We have a few remnants
in Fancy Underwear, Overshirts and
Gloves, which wo are clos
ing out cheap.
109 SECOND STREET,
A M line of
Soefl in 'cloth
to select from,
at 25c per toL
00000 o o
Good looks are more than skin deep,
depending upon a healthy condition of
all the vital organs. If the liver be in
active, you have a billious-look, if your,
stomach be disordered you have a dys
peptic look, and if your kidneys be af
fected you have a pinched look. Secure
your health and -you will have good
looks. Electric Bitters is the great al
terative and tonic acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches,
boils and gives a good complexion. Sold
at Snipes or Kinersly's drugstore, 50c
Examination of Teachers.
Notice is hereby given that for the
purpose of making an examination of
all persons who may offer themselves as
candidates for teachers of the schools of
this county, the county school superin
tendent thereof will hold a public ex
amination at his office in The Dalles be
ginning Thursday, Jannary 30th, and
ending Feb. 8th 1892, at 1 o'clock, p. m.
All teachers eligible for the state certi
ficates, state diplomas and lifediplomas
must make application at the quarterly '
examinations. Dated this January 27th, -1892.
County school superintendent of Wasco
County, Oregon. w
Leave your ' order for cord wood at
Maier & Benton's.
A fine lot of fufhatrffe going very low;
at Crandall & But-rsl's new store.
- For Kent.
The only 3-story, fire-proof brick,
building in the city. For further par
ticulars inquire of Tom Kelly, at The
First premium at the Wasco county
fair for best portraits'and views.
Hats and Caps.
THE DALLES. OREGON.
TROY Steam LaTindry
ol Portland, lias establisli-
ed. a "branch, office for laun
dry work -with Thos. McCoy
at his barber shop, No. 110
Second St. -where all laun
dry bundles -will be received,
till Tuesday noon of each
week, and returned on Sat
urday of the same . week at