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leua feeling in faxor -ct interference,
but a difference of opinion as. to whether
annexation or a protectorate it beat. 4
concurrent resolution from the legisfta
tnro of Oregon requesting the wwators
from that state to use . all honorable
means to secure annexation of the
Hawaiian islands to "the United States
was presented and referred -
OFfICI.1L. PAPER OK DALLE31Cilty.
ADD WASCO COUMTY.
Th only flrsi-clas house
... . in The Dalles. . -
SN I PES & Kl N ERSLY.
entered at the Postoffice at The Dallas, Oregon,
as second-class matter. .
Uext door to Wasco Sua.
Just Received, a fine stock of Suitings,
T MAIL (rO STAGS FUF1.ID) I ASTAVCE.
rants Patterns, etc., ot all latest
- Sty les, at Low Prices.
' MRS. FRASER,
"Weekly, 1 year - 1
6 month! j . . . . "75
- 3 " 50
Bally, 1 year......... 00
" 6 month. 00
- per " 8 50
Madison's Latest System used in cutting
garments, and a nt guaranteed
. ' ' each time.
Repairing and Cleaning
.- -. , : Neatly and Quickly Done.
Address all communication to " THE CHRON
Tea Dalles Daily Chronicle.
KUL." The Dulles, Oregon.
NOT AN ACCEPTABLE MOVE-
. If the appointment of Judge Jack soil
te the 'place made vacant by the death
-f ' Judge Lamar should be confirmed, it
-will make the court stand five republi-
(in to threo demorrsts. with two mem-
Vara of the court, one over 74 and the
otber over Tl, sure to retire within a
year or two. In this case,, this demo
erat appointed by Harrison woold pro
vide the democratic majority for the
court, thus putting at peril all the legis
lation growing out of the war and de
livering the court over to the control of
men believing ' in. free trade, southern
ideas and prejudices, and opposed to
tbe system of pensions to Union sol
diers. The republican senators who op
posed the appointment will probably
try to prevent the confirmation, and it
appears to be a strong probability that
they may succeed, unless advantage is
being taken of the custom of "senatorial
courtesy," which discountenances delay
in action- on the nomination of an ex
enator. The matter will be forced to
the front with promptness. If. confirm
ation is secured promptly, it is expected
that the president will nominate Judge
W. O. Bradley, of Kentucky, to succeed
Judge Jackson on the circuit bench.
The responsibility for the failure to nom
inate a republican ib said to lie with
twelve republicans in the senate who
were determined to oppose any nomina
tion proposed by the president. It was
at first his intention to nominate either
Judge Emory Speer or Judge Pardee.
On ulaking inquiries among the repub
lican senators, as to which would be the
most apt to secure ready confirmation,
lie discovered there were .about twelve
republican senators who would oppose
any confirmation, partly on account of
their personal antagonism to the presi
dent and partly on account of their
desire to bring other matters . to the
front in the senate.
' An Illinois farmer named Koet, living
near Bethel, last month took a notion
into his head to test the relative quali
ties of -wheat and corn as fat-producers
in hogs. He weighed twenty shoats
recently and placed a value npon them
of six cents a pound. He fed them on
wheat for seven days, keeping accurate
account of the amount consumed, re
weighed the bogs noted the gain and
then pat them upon a diet of corn for
a similar length of time, keeping a like
accurate account of corn consumed. He
weighed tbe hogs- for the third and last
time and footed up the results. He
' noted that the gain for the week the
animals fed on corn netted him 75 cents
m bushel for the product consumed,
while during the week they were fed on
the wheat diet the gain was such as to
five him 80 cents for each bushel of
wheat fed. If these deductions should
prove true in all cases as it did in Mr.
Kost's, there is no use in farmers selling
wheat at from 50 to 60 cents a bushel
when by feeding it to the present high
priced hogs they can realize 80 cents,
and more, per bushel.
Mr. Raley, in presenting liis bill for
the construction cf the portage railway
at the dalles of Columbia, did not sup
port the bill with the strong arguments
that he presented two years ago, proba
bly, says the Oregonian, for the reason
that he did not think it necessary to
repeat what be said so fully then ; bnt
it was necessary, as the eequel showed,
for by many senators the subject had
not been .considered lrjore than super
ficially, if at all. But now, since the
vote has been reconsidered and the bill
taken from the table, it is hoped that
Mr. Raley and other friends of the meas
ure will use in its behalf the arguments
which - they are so well prepared to ad
vance. The bill ought to pass. West
em Oregon ought to join hands with
Eastern Oregon in this matter so im
portant to both.
' There will be an important gathering
of populists at Washington February 22.
Four organizations will assemble at that
time, the bimetallists, the industrial
legion, the industrial ailianca "and the
reform press association. An effort
. will, be made to . amalgamate the
branches of the peoples party with
a, view, to effective work in the
way of securing desired legislation dur
ing Cleveland's administration. It is
believed that, in view of the strong
showing in the last campaign they can
make both tbe old parties recognize
their claims; if not it will clear the way
for an effective campaign in 1696.
Delegates will be present from every
atate and territory, in the Union. .
A few days since in the United States
senate on motion of Mr. Sherman the
-senate went into executive session for
I ho purpose of discussing French and
Swedish extradition treaties, ' Incidents
ally the Hawaiian matter came op and
sraa debated. There is almost a anaui-
HELP I HELP I THE LADT FAIKTS.
Ti8 the t wink of an eye,
; Tia the draught of a breathy
From tho blossom of health,
' ' .- To the paleness of death." --. .
. When sudden fainting spells com
upon a lady," yon may always suspect
some uterine disturbances or trouble, or
some great disorder in the circulation and
nerve centers. . .A remedy that lias al
ways proved successful i n warding off and
removing the tendency to a recurrence of
fainting spells that removes the eatiae
of them, corrects the circulation of blood,
and gives to the system that even run
ning nervous energy so essential, is Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. .
The "Prescription" is guaranteed t.
give satisfaction in every case, or money
refunded. Nothing else does as much.
You only -pay for the good you get.
Can you ask more f
As a regulator and promoter of" func
tional action, at the critical period of
change from girlhood to womnniiood,
"Favorite Prescription" is a perfectly
safe remedial agent, and can produce
only good results. It is equally effica
cious and valuable in its effects when
taken for those disorders and derange
ments incident to that later and 'most
critical period, known as "Tbe change
The Annual Ball of the
ily Fife Dep't
Will Be Gtt
Monday Evin , Feb 6, 189:
The Best bFWc WilBe FnrfisM
. . Prizes will bf awarded for zhe beat-
sustained ladyand grot character.
A genemlnviOktitUk-re extended to
the public, ut nodisrepu table char
acters willAje admitted.
Arrange-mentt J. H. Wood, G. C. Bills,
John Blaser, Louis Favette, 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. 6. Fish, W. H.
Butts, Arthur Wyndbam, Georg
Tickets .admitting gentleman ami
J D. PARISH, Prop,
Leave The Dalles at 6 a. m. every day and ar
rives at Prineville in thirty-six hours. Jeavea
Prineville at 5 a. 111. every nay and arrives at
ine .uaues n iniriy-six nourx.
Carries the U. S. Mail, Passengers lid Express
Connects at Prih-iUo with .
Stages from Eastern and Southern Or
egon, Northern Oaliforniai and
all Interior Points. -
Also makes close connection nt The Dalle with
trains from Portland and all eastern points.
. Courteous drivers.
. 6ood accommodations alooz
. . First-class coacler and torses isei..
..Express matter Handled witi care.
All persons -wishing passnge must "waybill at of
fices Before taking passage; others will not be
received. Expiess niUBt be waybilled at offices
or the Stage Co. will not be responsible. The
company will tako no risk on money transmit
ted. Particular attention given to delivering
express matter at Prineville and all southern
points in Oregon, and advance chsrgos .will a
paid by the company.
M. Blcliel A Co. Btora. Umatilla Hoaaa.
Prineville. Thai Dalles.
IS prepared to do any and all . i
- kinds of work in bis line at '
reasonable figures. Has the ;
largest honso moving outfit
in Eastern Oregon. -
."', 1 FBEPABKD TO ITB
FIRST-CLASS REGULAR BOARD
. ; AT aO;PER MONTH.
Va. 00 eaan4 it, The Dalles, Or.
BOOTS AND SHOES MANUFAC
TURED TO ORDER.: ,
ALL. WORK AND A PERFECT FIT
REPAIRING DONE rN A SATIS
C. 7. STEPHENS,
Hmm, Sb, Bass,
We are now closing out the
balance of our
Uiiter Dress (Jdods,
.Indies' apd Ti55es'jaek;ets,
Tei)9s ai?d Boys' Ou?reoats,
At a great sacrifice, in order to make
room for our new Spring" goods.
, Till Repairs anil
MAINS TAPPED UNDER PRESSURE.
Shop on Third Street, next door west." of Young & Kuss'
Wall Paper aiil 8oof oultliiigs,
398 ALDER ST., COR. FIFTH,
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r. :
,. Thla well-known Brewery ia now
ettai of tbe Cascade. The Isteat ipplianoea for' the niwn rifnetrire of food heal th
ro! Bsr have ie iittodtMl, unit enry t- first- article wfH be ptad on
S. X. YOUNG,
Watobes and Jewelry reoalred to order ea -
ahort nettea, and aatiafjaetlon guaranwd.
Mora avfl.O. VUktlm, Sd 8s. Tbe riallea
v""7 1 0ny Troaanrer'a JlotlM.. .. ..
.. All county warrants registered . prior
to iay i, laaw, will be paid H pre
sented at mr office, corner Third and
Washington streets. Interest ceases on
and after this date. .
The Dalles, Oct. SI, 1892.
' " . William Uichkll,
lO.Slkf Treasurer Wasco Coanty, Or,
8on St., 0pp. Hood's Stable,
TBI UUa, "- ' ' Siaooil
Will repair your fine Bogries
and Carriages, shoe your fine
Driylng Horses, and in fact do
all your blaeksmitbing in tbe
- finest style. - Satisfaction goavr
' anteed. . -.; " .
GUHSIS & HOCKM ,Props.
turning oak the best Beer and Porter
JZ TJ 3EtL3E3
' Handled by Three
Patent fDedicines and
HOUSE PAINTS. OILS AND GLASS.
Agents for Murphy's Fine Varnishes andlhetjnly agents in
.. the City for The Sherwin, Will ams Co.'s Paints.
The largest Dealers -in Wall r Paper.
Finest Lineof, imported Key AVest and domestic Cigars.
. . , . ." Agent for Tansill's Punch.: :. ' -
129 Second Street, ; The Dalles. Oregon
5HK NEW TOWN bss been plstted on the old ramp ground, at the Forks and .
. Falls ot Hood river, with large sightly lots, broad streets and alleys, good soif,
pnre cold water and absde in profusion, perfect drainage, delightful mountain
climate, tbe central attraction as a mountain summer resort and for all Oregon,
being the nearest town to Mt Hood. It is also unparnlled as a manufacturing
center, being the natural center for 150 square miles of the best cedar and flr
timber, possessing millions of uoie power in its dashing streams and water
. - falls, easily harnessed. Where cheap motive power exists, there the manu
factories will center, surrounded by soil and climate that cannot be excelled
, anywhere for fruit and agriculture, and with trantportatiou already assured
- you will nnd this the place tu make a perfect home or a paying investinests
"There is-a tide in the affairs of men wkick, taken at its flood
leads on to fortune" '
Tho poet unquestionably had reference to the "
Clisi-Oil Sale ol
-m Frailim & Carpets
at CRAN DALL
Who are selling these goods
THE DALLES MERCANTILE CO.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE DALLES.
BRAINARD & ARMSTRONG'S
... . . SPOOL SILK
FINE LINE OF
R -7. "-it
No. 390 to 394, 2d
NEPTUNE SHAVING PARLORS AND BATH ROOMS.
PRAZER & WTNDHAM, Proprietors.
At the old stand f R. Lusher,
P A U L KR E FT & CO.,
. ; DEALERS IS
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
And the Moat Coin plele and the Latest Patterns and Designs ia
: "7T 3La DE-b IE 3? -
Srrariiciil Painters and Paper Hangers.' None bat the. best brands of the
Sherwin-Williams and J. W. Masury's Paints nsed in all our work, and none but
the most skilled workmen employed. Agents for Masanr Liquid Paints. So
chemical combination 'or soap mixture. A first class article ia all colors. All
orders promptly attended to.
?ait Eat wnar Tilriai
"JO ZEnL TT Gr
Registered Druggists, v
THE LEADING - "
M N S
See me ' on the ground, or
address me at Hood " River,
Wasco County, Oregon.
W I NANS.
out at greatly-reduced rates.
- UNION ST.
street, The Dalles
no Front St. The Dalles. Oregan.
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