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Tie Mies Daily Chronicle.5
OFHU1A.L FAPEH OF DALLES CITY.
AMD -WASCO COUKTY.
Boteced at the Postolllee at The Dallea, Oregon,
aa second-class matter.
BY KAIL (POSTACI PREPAID) IN ADVABCB.
Weekly. 1 vear I 1 50
" 8 "
Daily, 1 year
Address all communication to " THE CIIEON
ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon.
It is given out as a "straight tip" that
Henry Villaid is going into Cleveland's
cabinet as secretary of the interior, and
T. F. Oaks .will. .retire from presidency
of the Northern-Pacific and ex-Governor
ileriman will be Mr. Oaks successor. .
The .proposed congressional investi
gation in Washington into the expendi
tures of the American Panama canal
committee has excited a keen interest in
Bogota and Panama. If pushed, it is
expected that sensational revelations
-will be made concerning the operations
of several of the promoters of the Nicar
agua canal enterprise.
. The Alabama house has passed a bill
prohibiting the sale or giving away or
otherwise disposing of cigarettes, ciga
xette tobacco and cigarette paper,, in
Alabama. It imposes a fine of not less
than $10 or more than $50, and ' impris
onment of sentence to hard labor for not
lesa than 30 days, for violation of its pro
visions. The bill also prohibits the
amo&ng of cigarettes in any public
SENATE BILL No. SO.
Concluded from Page 1.
ny money, as above provided, pay the
same over to the state treasurer and
take a ' receipt therefor, which shall
specify the title of the case in which
paid, and name of the party paying it,
or the name of the applicant for admis
sion in case paid by such applicant.
Sec. 8. It shall be the duty of the
several clerks of the circuit and county
courts in the state, at the time any suit
action or proceeding for the enforcement
of private rights, including appeals and
writs of review, but not proceedings in
probate matters, is instituted to exact
from the plaintiff, or moving party in
such 6uit, action or proceeding, the sum
of five dollars, and no complaint, tran
Ecript upon appeal, or petition tor a
writ of review shall be filed therein
until such payment is made. Such
clerk shall also, at the time of filing any
answer, demurrer or motion in any such
action, suit or proceeding, upon the part
a defendant, exact from such defendant
the sum of three dollars, which paper
shall not be deemed filed unless such
payment is so made. And such clerk
-shall also exact from such plaintiff or
moving party, at the time such action,
suit or proceeding comes on for final
trial or hearing upon question of fact or
law involved therein, unless referred to
a referee, and except upon demurrer, an
additional sum of twelve dollars, which
shall be paid before any such trial shall
be had therein. And every such clerk,
upon receiving any money' as provided
in this section, shall immediately
pay the same over to the county
treasurer of his county, and take
his receipt therefore, - which' shall
specify the title of the case and name of
the party paying the same. The
amounts so paid by parties to appeals,
action's, suits and proceedings shall con
stitute disbursements in the case and be
taxable aa such in favor of the party
entitled to costs therein, as in other
cases of taxation of disbursements.
Section 9. The several sums required
to be paid by parties litigant to the res
pective officials in appeals, actions,
' suits and proceedings as provided in the
two proceeding sections of this act, are
intended to be in lieu of the fee3 such
parties have heretofore been required to
pay said officials in such matters, and
also in lieu of the trial fee euch parties
were prior to the adoption of this act
Tequired by law to pay; and no euch
fee or trial fees latt referred to shall
hereafter be exacted from such parties
in such cases. In all other cases, how
ever, in "whiih iees are allowed to
"county clerks, recorder of conveyances,
.clerks of the circuit and county courts,
and sheriff's in civil matters, including
fees in' probate proceedings, it shall be
the duty of the said officials, respec
tively, to exact and receive from the
' parties required by law to pay the same,
' and the service for which the fee ia al
lowed, shall not be performed until
euch fee is paid to the official required
-to perforin the same, which fee shall",
upon the day it is paid to the official, be
paid over by him to the county treas
urer of his county and a receipt taken
.therefor, which shall .specify the kind
of service performed and the name of
the person from whom received. And
none of the said officials shall be allowed
any monthly payments of his salary
until he.exhibits to the auditing board
rceipts of money so received, and if
it be ascertained at any time that such
official has received any money for such,
fees not so accounts J for,, and done ser-'
vice without exacting the fee ,therefor,"
as above mentioned, or neglected his'
duty in any other respect, the payment
of his salary shall be witheld until the
matter is fully rectified. .. . ' ' ; -5
. Feetion 30. In case of disagreement;
Between suv of the officials referred to '
in "the last preceding section and the
county court of his county concerning
the audit, allowance or payment of any
item claimed by such official for the per
formance of any service, and the deter
mination thereof by:I sucK court ia un
satisfactory ;, to thc'official, the latter
shall have the right ' to have the matter
.reviewed by the judge of 'the circuit
court for 6uch county in the 'same . man
ner as near as practicable, aa the tax
ation of c -gts by the clerks ol the cir
cuit court are reviewed by the judge
thereof. The decition of the sai 1 judge,
however, shall not be final where the
amount of the' claim is - fifty dollars, .or.
the questiou in controversy involves pe
cuniary interests to that amount; in'
such ease, such decision shall be appeal
able to the surreme court, and it shall
be heard in that tribunal upon the find
ings of fact and law made by ' the cir
cuit judge. -
Section 11. Whenever any county
clerk, recorder of conveyances, clerk of
the circuit or county court herein ' re
ferred to, or sheriff, appoints a deputy,
it shall be the duty. of such official to
report the same to thtf county court of
hia county, which court shall enter in
its minutes the said report. And if the
said court is of the opinion that the
services, or any part thereof, of such
deputy should be paid by the' county,
it shall fix the amount thereof to be
paid by the county, by an order duly
entered, specifying the same,' which
amount shall be so paid by the county
in the same manner as other county
charges are paid, as before mentioned.
Thry noiiltlecd her feet and noultlced her heart.
Aurrhllstcrcd licr back till 'twas 6mnrlin? and red,
4 Xbougli pranduia declared it was nothing trat
And tliu poor woman thought she muss certainly
Till " Favorite Inscription M sh happened to try,
No wonder its praises so loudly they speak.
She rew better at oace and was well in a week.
The torturing pains and distressing
nervousness wnicn accompany, at times.
certain forms of "female weakness,"
yield like magic to Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. It is purely: vegetable.
perfectly harmless, and adapted to the
delicate organization of woman. ' It
allays and subdues the nervous symp
toms ana relieves tne pam accompany
ing functional and organic troubles.
It's a legitimate medicine an invig
orating, restorative tonic, a soothing
aim streugtnenmg nervine, ana a posi
tive remedy for "female weaknesses"
and ailments. All functional disturb
ances, irregularities, and derangements
are cured by it. There's nothing like
it in the way it acts there's nothing
"m ii- iu iu way it s soiu. it s guar
anteed to give satisfaction in every case.
or the money paid for it is promptly
Read the guarantee on the wrapper
You lose nothing if it doesn't help
yvu uui. lt'wm. .
J. D. PARISH, Prop
leaves The Dalles at C a.' m. every day and arrive-at
Fiineville in thirty-six hours, l eaves
Prinevillf! at 5 a. m. every nay and arrives at
.The Dallea in thirty-six hours.
Carries the U. S. Mail, Passecgere and Express
Connects at Prin-ille with
Stages from Eastern iid Southern Or
egon, Northern California and "
all Interior Points. -
Also makes close connection' at The Dalle? with
trains from Portland tiiid all eastern points.
Courteous drivers. ' . "
. Goci aoGoaiEoaatioiis alom me road. .
First-class coactEs and torses csed. r
" Eipress matter liaiiillei witti care.
jUl'persons wishins passage innst waybill at of
fices bffore taking passage; others will not he
received. Express must bo waybilled at otlices
or the Sta(e Co, will not be rcsouiislble. The
comjiany will take no risk on ino'nev transmit
ted. Particular intention Riven to" delivering
express matter nt PTineville and till southern
points in Oregon, and advance charges will be
paid by the company.
BI. SIcliel & Co. Store. Umatilla Home,
- . rrlnevllle. The Iallen.
';-' ' . .. . t :
JS prepared to do any and all
kinds of work in his line at
reasonable figures. . Has the
" . largest honse moving outfit
in Eastern Oregon.
: P.O.Box lai.TSo Dalles
The only first-class house
in The Dalles. . , .'
: - - IS rKEPABED TO OIVK- .
FIRST-CLASS REGULAR BOARD
- AT S20 PER MONTH. ' .
H. S. CHEESM AN
Ka 80 Second at.. The Dalle, Or.
BOOTS AND SHOES MANUFAC
ALL WORK AND
A PERFECT FIT
IN A SATIS-
C. F. STEPHENS,
Boota, Shoes, Hata, -Etc
FanciJ lood, flotion,
We are now
balance of our
Winter Dress (Jood5,
ladies' apd Ti55esjaeets,
JTeT)9s apd Boys' Oureoats,
At a great sacrifice, in order to make
room for our new Spring goods.
ipe WoiR, Tin Bepaiis
MATNS TAPPED UNDER PRESSURE.
Shop on Third Street, next door west of Young & Kuss'
Blacksmith Shop. T i -
Wail Paper and
295 ALDER ST.,
Old Number 98,
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
This well-known Brewery is now turning out the best Beer and Porter
eaet of the Cascades. The lateet appliances for the manufacture of good health
ful Beer hare lieen introduced, and only th? firet-class artk'l will he plared on
tin- nmriM't. .
Sext door to Wasoo Sun.
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. .
epaifitig and Cleaning
Neatly and Quickly Done.
Wntchoa and Jewelry repaired to order on
abort notice, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Store f I. C. Nlokelsen, 2d St. The Dalles
Couuty Treasurer' Notice.
All county warrants registered prior
to May 1, 1S89, will be paid if pre
sented at my office, corner Third and
Washington strepts. Interest ceases on
and after this date.
The Dalles, Oct. 31, 1892.
: William Michkll,
lO.Sltf Treasurer Wasco County, Or.
Second St., 0pp. Hood's Stable, '
TOB DALI.BS, - - . . ORBGC
Will repair your fine Buggies ,
and Carriages, shoe your fine
Driving Horses, and in fact do.
all your blacksmithing in the.
finest style. .Satisfaction guar
anteed. - , ... ; .
closing out the
PoBTLAND, ObKOOW. '
XT IE3 . ; 33 XT Q-
Kandled by Three Registered Druggists. v
ALSO ALL THE LEADING L
latent (Dedieines land
Agents for Murphy's Fine Varnishes arid the only agents in
tne vjity ior ine onerwm,
The : Largest Dealers ' in iWall Paper.
Finest Line: Of -Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars.
- Agent for Tansill's Punch.
129 Second Street, , ; The Dalles, Oregon
i 7 ri
HE NEW TOW N has been j.luttcd on the old enmp Rround, at the Forks and
t Falls of Hod river, with large Biehtiy lots, broad Mreets und nllevs. good sofl.
. pure cold water nnd shndc in profusion, perfect drninnge, delightful mountuin
eUraate, the eentrxl attraction as a mounUiin summer resort and for ail Oreson,
beinff the nearest town to Mt. Hxk1. It isu!so nnpnralled as a manufacturing
. center,beinK the natural center for 150 square miles of the best cedar and ttr
ximber, pcKsesjir.R millions of horse power in its dashing streams and water
- falls, eabily hnnu-ssed. Where cheap motive power exists, there tho manu
factories will center, surrounded by soil and climate that cannot be excelled --
anywhere ior fruit and ncriculture. and with trans-portation already assured
-. .. you will find this the place to make a perfect home or a paying investment
"'There is a tide iti the affairs of, men tvhich, taken at its floodj
. , , leads. on to fortune"
The poet unquestionably had reference to. the .
Who are selling these goods
THE DALLES MERCANTILE CO.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE' DALLES. "
BRAINARD & ARMSTRdNG' :
FINE LINE OF . :-:,l-7-: -;,:a
iiHC PHILIP v - : ;
m ii 111 wM mm 14.
No. 390 to S94, 2d
NEPTUNE SHAVING PARLORS AND BATH ROOMS-
FRAZER & WYNDEAM. Proprietors. "
" At the old stand of "R. Lusher.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
And the Most. CompWtt.e nd th IUwt Puttfrns ami Dopigns in . r
"mr x-a .5E'.s:3EjiEii"
SPractical Painters and Paper Hangers. None but tlits beat brands of the
Sherwin-Williams and J. W. Masury's Paints xiev in nil our work, and none bat
the most ekilled workmen employed. Agent.8 for Masory . Liquid Paints., Ko
chemical combination or eo:ip mixture. : A first class article in all colors, All
orders promptly attended to. " " ' '
"Paiat SLoc coratr Thiidsrd WsfTv-.r.tcit .!.. T le Ti)U t. Cjfct
; pftiggists Sundries.
OILS AND GLASS.
Williams (Jo.s Paints.
See me on the grormd, or
address me at Hood- River,
Wasco County Oregon.
out at -greatly-reduced rates.
- - UNION ST.
street. The Dalles
no Front St.. The Dalles, Oregon.
Fraitiii & Camels