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THE DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1893.
A. M. WI LLl A M S & CO.
W. E. GARRETSON.
SOLE AGENT KOli Tlf K
ci.,i u.-r. M.
All Watch Work Warranted:
Jewelry Made to Order.
138 Second Bt.. The Dalles. Or.
Campbell Bros. Proprs
(Snccessers to . s. Cram.)
Mnnulacturem of the finest French and
o -A. nsr 2D I B s
East o! Portland.
Tropical Fruits, Nuts, Cigars" and Tobacco.
Can furnish any of these goods at Wholesale
In Kvery Style.' " ' "
Ice Cream and Soda Water.
104 Second Street. The Dalles. Or. ..
DiacRsmnn & vvsoqr hqd
General Blacksmithing and Work done
promptly, and." all. work
' Guaranteed. -
Horse Shoeing' a" Speciality
TUM Street oppate the old Liebe Stand.
W. W. WISEMAN.
Wiseman & JJarders,
Saloon and fine Rooms
i The Dalles. . - Oregon.,
y North west , comer of Second and
Court Streets. -
Rational it Bank,
Of DALLES CITY, OR.
President ----- Z. F. Moody
Vice-President, - - Charles Hilton
Cashier, - - - ... - M. A. Moody
General Banking Business Transacted.
Sight Exchangee Sold, on
NEW YORK, - .
. and PORTLAND, OR.
Collections made on favorable terms
at all accessible points.
J. s. SCHCMCX,
a. M. Bsau.
First Rational Bank.
A General Banking Business transacted
Deposits received, subject to Sight "
Draft or Check.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
remitted on day of collection. ..
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on
New York, San Francisco and Port-,,
" " land. '
D. r. Thompson. Jno. S.Schknck.
Ed. M. WnxiAMB, - Geo. A. Lierk.
" . H. M. Bkall.
FREJSLCH & CO.,
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Letters of Credit issued available in he
I Sight; Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfers sold on New York, Chicago, St.
Louis,. San Francisco, Portland Oregon,
Seattle Wash., and various points in Or
egon and Washington. -- -i
Collections made at all points on fav
orable term. .
: GENTLEMEN !
BEFORE YOU ORDER GOODS OF
ANY KIND IN THE FURNISH-;
- - jjjq ltne; - --:
(5alf anet -$&a me
Shirts of all kinds to order, at
prices which defy competition. Other
goods in proportion. . P. FAGAN,
Second St., The Dalles.
' Sole Agent for W ANNAMAKER & BROWN,
Philadelphia, Pa , .... ... ,.
For Sale Cheap.
A city lot with two houses and out
honpsr all inclosed bv fence. Inquire
at this office. ...".' dtf -12.12
. Buckles'! Arnica Salve.
The best ealve in the world for cuts,
braises, sores, ulcers, salt' rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all ekin 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
Stallion for Sale Cheap.
A fine thoroughbred, 6 year old stal
lion lor eale cneap. or further particu
lars apply to T. A. Ward, sheriffs office,
The Dalles, Oregon. ,
Pushing canvasser of good address.
Liberal salary and expenses paid weekly ;
Permanent position. Brown Bros. Co.,
Nurserymen, Portland, Oregon.
A package containing a pair of No.
Z ladies shoes was lost on Saturday,
between the top of Brewery hill, and
Mr.. Roberta place in Dry Hollow. The
finder will be thankfully rewarded on
leaving the same at this office.
The finde.of a pair of gold framed eye
glasses, will be suitably rewarded on
leaving the same at this office. ' . '
Subscribe for Thb . Daixx-.Chbonicljb.
All Dalles Citv warrants registered
prior to May 1, 1891, will be paid if
presented at my office. . Interest ceases
from and after this date. "
Dated, Jan. 3d, 1893. ' '
- ' -L. IioiiDEM, "
tf- Treas. Dalles City.
The Quickest Way to Cure a Cold.
Do you wish to know the q ruck eat way
to cure a cold? We will tell von. To
cure a cold quickly, it mast be" treated
before the cold has become settled in the
system. The ' first sym ptoms of a cold
is a dry, loud cough and sneezing. The
cough is soon followed by watery ex
pectoration and the sneezing by a pro
fuse watery discharge from the hose. In
severe cases there is a thin white coaling
on the tongue. What to do? It is only
necessary to,take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in double does every hour.
That will greatly lessen the severity of
the cold and in many cases will effectu
ally counteract it, and cure what would
have been a severe cold within one or
two days time. Try it and be convinced
25 and 60 cent bottles for sale by
Blakeley & Houghton, druggists. .-
To all whom it may concern : By vir
tue of an order of the common council of
Dalles City, made and entered on the 31st
day of -December, 1892. Notice is here
by given that said city-council is about
to proceed - to order and construct a
sewer of eight inch terra cotta pipe
through block 9 in Langhlin's addition
to Dalles city, beginning at the center
of Jefferson street opposi te the east end
of the alley through the center of ud
block and thence westerly following the
centre of said alley- and - continuing to
intersect the sewer in Langhlin street,
and that the cost of such sewer will be
assessed against the property directly
benefited thereby as by the charter pro
vided. Dated tliis 7th day of January,
1833. Fbank Mbnefre, . . ,
1.9.dl5t. ... ; y Recd'j of Dalles City.
Subscribe for The Daily Chronicle.
" An Estray Bay Mtre. ' ' 1
Came to my place last fall a bay mare
about five years old, with small white
spot on right Side, also white spot on
left hip, star in the forehead, with some
dim brand on left shoulder, weight about
eight hundred pounds. Owner can have
the same by proving propertv and pav
ing costs. V. J. Kelly, 15-Milo creek.
THE VILLARD HAND.
If lie is Not in it Himself He : Proposes
, to Know.Wiio The Man is.- .
WHY MORRISON HAS BEEN LEFT OUT
A Very Shallow Court Story-Circulated
About Senator Dolph.
VCBfHEB CHATS ABOUT CLARK SOW.
Haunt Balneer to ba Finally Sacrificed
y Wbre la Allen and His Seattle
l'A .Washington special says the proba
bilities are that William R. "Morrison
will be bowled out of the coming cabinet
by Henry; Villard. Morrison told a
friend that he had hoped to have been
secretary of the interior, bat that Vil
lard was working against him because
be felt that the land questions coming
before the interior department, in which
the Northern , Pacific was concerned,
would be decided iniaiical , to that road.
Morrison says there is no doubt that
Villard is trying to control the interior
department. . . - . ..- , . . .
Some of the Eastern papers are de
claring that the reason .why Senator
Dolph condemned : the action of the
president, in appointing Judge Jackson,
was because he himself wanted the place.
This story is almost too absurd to deny.
The senator recognizes that the appoint
ment! on the supreme bench are almost
invariably made from the circuits where
the vacancies occur. He may have had
hopes that could succeed Justice Field, as
he comes from the ninth circuit, but he
never expected that a -Pacific coast man
would be thought ofnn connection with
the Southern circuit.
There has been a great -deal, of .talk
occasioned in Washington by the vicious
attack on President Harrison bv James
S. Clarkson. The latter says the defeat
last fall was due solely to the personal
opposition to Harrison, his appoint
ments, his manner of treating leading
republicans and the general chilly man
ner he had for everybody. Harrison's
cabinet appointments are severely con
demned and the whole tenor of the in
terview is to make it appear thal"""1he
president and he alone is responsible
for the disaster. Clarkson has always
been bitter against the president since
he was refused a place in the cabinet.
Representatives Wilson and Doolittle,
with Senator Squire," have agreed upon
a name tor tne reservation around
Mount Rainier, which will probably
settle the Rainler-Tacoma -difficulty.
The reservation will be called the Cas
cade Forestry reserve. The . proclama-
mation is all ready to he issued so soon
as the secretary is info-med that the
delegation has agreed on a. name.
, Senator Dolph hopes that bis Siietz
Indian bill, has passed the senate, may
get through the house, although such
bius are oiten aeieated in that bod v."
i SOW FOB A BIG.. THAW.
The Backbone of Winter
- Broken. ? ;
Raining in Seattle; raining in Jack
sonville. - "Fair weather, with fresh
south - winds and "- nearly stationary
temperature," was the cheerful prognos
tication sent out by the weather bureau
at 8 o'clock Sunday night, fit referred
to Portland alone. In Oregon generally
there will be fair weather. Slight
changes of temperature 'will be felt in
the northern and eastern sections, and
the mercury will rise in the southwest
ern portion. Brisk westerly winds will
prevail.- The came conditions are pre-;
dieted for Washington, with the excep
tion that a smart westerly' breeze is
scheduled for the western section, and a
southern rephvr for tho eastern part of
the state. "
A rising barometer throughout two
6tatea . was the basis of the forecast.
Rain-, fell: in some places, and with the
change came a rise in the mercury. It
was lowest at Walla Walla, where relia
ble thermometers registered 14 degrees
above eero, and highest at Portland,
where it indicated 34 degrees above.
The storm was central in northwest
ern Washington yesterday, and moving
in a northeasterly direction. AThe wea
ther observer -said there was a high rea
of barometric pressure in the storm's
waite. Snow" fell at Portland, Roseburg
and Tort Angeles. At Roseburg it
melted quickly. Portland enjoyed a
outhwet wind, which attained a veloc
i ty of 24 miles an Lour darln jthernorn-.
1 inff. but in the aftp.rnnnn nnil ivninr it
veered aronnd to the "south and settled
down to 15 miles.- There were heavy
winds off the coast of Oregon and Wash
ington. : ; - . . , - f , , ;,
THE FIREMEN'S BALL,'
A .Tolly Good Time With All nnd
'Armory hall was never more' joviallv
filled than last night, the occasion being
the annual ball of Jackson Engine com
pany, which eclipsed all former attempts.
of The Dalles fire department to cater to
the" wishes of the mase ofits; fflgri'dsT
Armory hall., is the largest" assembly
room 'we nave in The Dalles", arid is
capable of sea tiiig l .TtOO" people comfort
ably, but there wcfq"inany more than
that, number present ': last evening to
enjoy the masquerade ball of the fire
men. ' --' - -
The department had arranged prizes
for the best enstained characters, ladies
and gents, and a committee was ap
pointed from the guests as follows to
make the awards: Messrs. H. J. Maier,
R. E. Williamsr D. C. Ireland, Mrs.
Chas. Hilton, Mrs. J. T. Peters "and
Mrs. S. Klein. The committee had
very arduous duties to perform. The
floor was filled with inaEqueraders in
various costumes, and where all did so
well "invidious comparison became
odious;" but they must award four
prizes between 8eveuty-8ix':-con8ecntive
.contestants.- How to ' Ho it and -avoid
censure "was the immortal question.
However, they met, consulted, and
finally took chances by -deciding that
the first prize be awarded l the "High
land Lassie,' which "proved to be Miss
Maude Mowery. The second lady was
M 188 Lizzie Ul rich, who represented
The "first gentleman" had to' be de
cided between four celestials : John
Hampshire, Fletcher , Faulkner, Ed
Williams and Malcolm Jameson. Jame
son walked away with the laurels by
drawing the longest straw. Young
Ulrich, who carried the hod; walked
away with prize No. 2. The prizes
were, awarded, and the committee is
justly deserving of commendation. "If
you don't belief it put yourself in dare
It was almost impossible to get a cor
rect list of the participants, but through
the indefatigable perseverance of Mr.
W. E. Garretson we are able to state
that Jnlius Ulrich represented the hod
carrier perfectly ; Emma Jacobsen was
the fisherman's daughter, within one of
the prize; Simple Simon was W. Roth,
and he got a vote of thanks for his. per
fect felicity. Ben Ulrich was a suberb
barber, but he lacked a shop. President-
Harrison, represented by Charlie
Frazier, got away with him . on that
score. Miss Ulrich sustained the char
acter of Pocahontas admirably, but the
Scotch Lassie took all eyes, and as such
Miss Mowery took, the first prize. It
would .be impossible to enumerate all
the possible firt prize characters pres
ent. The committee regret very much
that eex prevented awarding a '"upecial"
by the electrical effort pf Mr. Harry
Lonsdale, whose character would be
difficult to describe. Miss Smith as a
Japanese warrior, is . worthy of special
mention. Wenda Skibbe, in her charm
ing costume Of a gypaie, was up to the
idea in. perfection and if any one
"wished a fortune" told, Wenda was
there to tell it." Mrs.. Dr. Snedaker rep
resented. D. C; Herrin's gallery, aud i!
your photo . was not attached to her
costume "it's your own fault."
We intended to give the name and
costnme of each one, but when we found
the list in Mr. Sandrock's private mem
orandum, we had to give it up.
The Sherman Act.
' Washington, Feb. 6. In the senate
today Hill made a motion to take up the
bill repealing the Sherman ' act. The
motion -was rejected by a vote of 42 to
23. Senators Dolph and Mitchell voted
with the majority- against taking up the
bill. The yea vote was made up of 12
democrats and 11 republicans, and tbe
nays of 22 democrats,' 17 republicans
and three populists.
Oregon Will Have an Exhibit.
Saxjsii, Feb. 4. The honse today
passed the senate bill appropriating
(60,000 for a worlds fair exhibition..
Hot clam broth todav, after 4 r. rn
at J. O. Macks. . j
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest TJ. S. Gov't Report.
AN ISLAND DESTROYED
IflhaMaiits if Zante Panic Strict W.
- : a Recent Eartho.nate.
POOR MORTALS ; LOST REASON.
One of The Modern Devastations of
- .. Athens Visited Upon Them. -
SUITS SLOW TO FI'RMISII KELIEF.
The Worst . Earthquake - That People
Have Experienced During the
l'r- sent Century.
Athrns, Feb. 6. It is an undisputed
fact that the earthquake durinir. the
past two or three davs is the worst that
has done damage oii the Island in
modern times. . The shocks experienced
last night did fnormous damage; in
fact the whole island. U devastated. To,
add-to the terror of the inhabitants a
most terrific thunderstorm prevailed
at the time of tbe shocks, The people
were panic-stricken, and so great was
the fear inspired that many persons en
tirely lost their reason and now are.
hopelessly crazy. ; An unfortunate
feature of the situation is' the fact that
last night's shocks 'destroyed the bread
ovens in Zante, rendering it impossible
for a greater portion of the inhabitants'
to procure the most necessary articles of
food. .. - . . - " , . .
The minister of the interior has ar
rived at Zante and will do everything in
his power to relieve the distress.. King
George will start for Zante on Saturday..
A British warship and three vessels be
longing to the Greek navy arrived at '
the island today with supplies, tents,
provisions and medicines. .
FOURTEEN MILES OF FEAR.
A Ride 1Ixvk Kail Fnremait Over av
. Strange Railroad Track by, Night.
"Funny, isn't it, what daredevil acts
railroad men will often do?" asked a
little traveling man of a few friends as
he dropped into one of the Grand Pacific
rotunda chairs. . -
"Yes, something like trying to run.
two trains on the same track or trying
to see whether the rails or a man's leg is
the hardest." suggested a fellow drum-
mer. " "'..-
"No, I mean in tha ordinary course of
business. The other day I started for
Washington und I bad a premonition
that the trip was not to be of the best,
for on the way to tho depot 1 purchased,:
a pocket comb of . a street vender, who -'
gave me n quarter too much change.
We got as far asAr.hnrn Junction and
it was awful dark, when the station
agent informed hs 'that there was' a
wreck between us ' and Defiance, O.
Later ho said there- -were two wrecks
and that three men bad been killed. Tho
debris was piled so high npon the tracks
that it would take the wreckers hours .
to clear thorn. " I Raw our conductor and
engineer in fhisi' con versjitioii.
"Suddenly the conductor said, 'Bill,
there is nothing left na but to ufm around'
on the Wabash tracks to Defiance.'
. " Bnt the Wabash' has no operator
here to give us orders. answered the en
gineer. ' . -
A I'ouf-Year-OU Philosopher. ':
Among the - many anecdotes relating
to the late Rev. Thomas Hili. D. D., is
one told by himself. Dr. Hill and his
wife awoke quite early one morning and
regarded with interest a crib which con
tained a precocious child "of less than
four years. Presently the child turned'
her face rip to the ceiling and solilo
quized: ' Oh, how much easier it is for .,
a person to think than1 to act. Now.
with a dog it in ri;;ht tho othur way."
Not a Vlvm CtuI l,u;if. .
Whiletreasurer of .tho Jlsine Central
Mr. Linscott always made bi3 own bank
deposits, taking the immense amounts
in bills wrapped in a newspaper under
his arm as he rode np town on a street
"Why does that old gentleman carry
up that loaf of bread every day?" on one
occasion, inquired the.-oonductor.. . .
The valuo of the loaf of bread was
probably not. far from $50.000. Lewis-