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VOL. V. -
Dress Goods ' ; Wash Fabrics ; White Goods Table Linens
S H O E S puinishin Goods i?C5?' '
. Pongee Silks - . Drapery Silks ' : 'Dress Silks" ; . . Trimming Silks
Campbell Bros. Prop rs
; (Successors to . S. Cram.) ;
Manufacturers of the finest French and
. Home Made
n a rcr-TVT tt
'. ... East of Portland. '
Tropical Fruits, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco.
Can furnish any of these goods at Wholesals
; in Bi-rery style.
Ice Cream and Soda Water.
104 Second Street. The Dalles, Or.
76 Court Street,
Next door to Wasco Sun Office. .
Has jnBt received a fine line of Samples
for spring and summer Suitings.
Come and See tie New FasMons.
Cleaning and Repairing
to order. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Seed Wheat,: '.yy I
v.U Dam, . n
" roratoes, " '
Garden Seeds, v
.Se&U'ln Bulk."; - i
J. H. CROSS'
Hay, Grain and Feed Store. :
Mi 11.011(3, t
General Blacksmithing and Work 'done
promptly, rna Ml .work --. j i
Jforse ShQeiDg SpGfdity
Tnira Stood?, ligds's oiastana.: : -:
uiacKsmiin & waoon siion
" "Sir YfiflTs'
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I7ixo Dalles, Oregon; i r rLn -
jgj Agents Wanted! Address" the Portland Office.
-..be pleased, to
"The Regulator Line"
Tie Dalles, PortM ani istoria
FreiDht sna PassenQBr Line
Through daily Bervice (Sundays 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 Btreet dock) at 6 a. m. con
necting with steamer Regulator for The
Dalles. ' .
One way. . . . .
Round trip. . .
Freight Rates Greatfy Reduced.
"Shipments received at wharf any time,
day or night, and delivered, at Portland
on - ariiyal.K TjLive jBtock -shipments
solicited. Call on or address."
W.ci ALLA WA Y,"1 '
" " General Agent.
B. F. LAUGHLIN,
THE DALii.ES'. 1 1 U - OREGON
Gigeuf : f aetbry
OHS1??: STEEEJT. ;
i FACTORY JJQ: 105, f
rT2- A T? Q ol the. Best Brands
fLAVJTxVXlilCl manufactured, i and
irders from Wl parts of the .country filled
on the shortest notice. Tr r
, The reputation of THE' AXLES. CI
GAR haa become firmly established, and
the demand for the-home. manufactured
article ismcreasuig everj? day. .-: !
ioivlU A:uLRlCH & SOU.
- i. "A .aTT i-? Ul UCIUIC JTJalUIllJ.
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.. ifulYAl:- li.l-: l.-fin: 'Kit'
- THE DALLES, OREGON,
have yoxx call., and
. t?L. cissux uiicii
Huston Says CleyeM Will Haye a
Picnic vitli It. "Vl
HARRISON THE MAN ' FOR 1896
The. Great Northern Railway Trying to
Get . a Steamship Rate Into '
. - San Francisco.
New York, March 17. Ex-United
States Treasurer Huston, speaking of
the currency question, said he thought
Cleveland was going to have a hot time
trying to get congress to legislate to suit
him in an endeavor to have 4he Sher
man silver purchase) act repealed. He
"I believe the majority in congress is
for free silver, and if the president does
not give the members what . they" desire
in the way of patronage I predict a reg
ular war on him. It rather looks like
war now, and when the fur begins to fly
the country - will have infinite amuse
ment. I do not think a single gold bond
should be issued. . .We should stop the
coinage of silver, for that is the only way
to solve the financial problem." .
"It is said you advocate ex-President
Harrison for the presidency in 1896?"
"I think he would be a logical candi
date. "When the people have had time
to consider -his administration he will
be a more-popular; man. than now.' The
result may be his nomination again in
1896." " '
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'iilj ft L i'il. Italian Anarcnjsta. jx 1:J
Rome, Marclr 17 A ; bomb was exr
plodcd in the Ancini Mattel palace, the
official residence pTJhited .States Min.
istei- Porterle;arlyJ,hi8jmorning' jFortu
nately not ady was hur J and but -little
damage was done !to -tb-ebuildinig; t No
cause is known for the deed.-
The Jbuxldgrwaavpccupied by two
other fainilieBTbesidea' that of United
States Minister Potter. As a similar
outrage',tras 'p'erptra.ted; in':';th same
building in 1892, and as Potter had only
engaged the building 'for occupation in
the closing days of that . year,: it is be
lieved the fact of the place being inhab
ited by an American minister had noth
ing to do with" the outrage,-- but that the
motive for causing the explosion was to
gratify a desire for vengeance upon the
proprietor of J thef-placej $rtePective cf
whether the residents were injured or
not. This was the motive .suspected at
the time thfe fifsfc explosion, and there
is no reason to take"a" different view.-" ".' i J
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1m HUl'a Boom. .
- Ta'coma;- Wash., March; .17.-r-Senator
DavIdrBenhett Hill, of New York, is to
visit Washingtoii . in, the. fall and will.
addressJtBe .annual; Meeting '.of - the
Democratic Society of Washington, to be
held at New. Whatcom, .The announce
ment was. made last night by one of the
most, prominent denjocrats in'the state.
According' to'hi's story the date Is fixed,
an invitation has "been eent, and Senator
Sill"ha8raccptiecr itir :;Thi: frip,r;it is
saidv wilt mark the jaeglnning of Senator
Hill's presidential' boom "for the cam
paiga of 1896t. , nuiJ!)nw.w;.( . 1 t
Hay Ketaln Ijineoln and Grant.
Washisgton ,March,i6.A.'!brnt of
Clevelan'd!s.pIy"oT.piiilrjg ,up .hew
party is giveri" Following the . selection
of Judge Gresham for the "cabineti1 ft is
paid,lhe's gdtngl'appeai 'Jtp ;Iie'., 'senti
mental. reptlbTicahB; by keeping Minister
Lincoln, at London-' and : 'Minister Tred
Another . Transcontinental ltailroad.
Montreal, QneM Mach'l7. Another
railroad deal is on the tapis, ., A bill is
before the Dominion parliament to in
examine our: stock. J We liave the largest
latesi ;nu vciLica, -
corporate the-Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
Company, amalgamating the' Baides
Chaleures, Great Eastern, Montreal &
Sorel railway, Montreal Bridge Com
pany, Ottawa Valley Railroad Company,
Pontlac. & Pacific Railway and Ontario
& Pacific Railway Company into one
company with a capital of $10,000,000.
The bill also empowers the company to
construct a railway f from ..Gaspe to St.
Mary's Algoma. Power is also desired
to connect with a line of railway in
Michigan which gives color to the report
that the scheme is backed by the North
ern Pacific and is really destined to be
a transcontinental . line with numerous
ramifications. ' The bill has been re
ported in committee and will pass the
house. ." - .. '- - ' : . " ..:"
' Into San Francisco.
San .Francisco, March 17. H. S.
Johnson j formerly freight agent of the
Union Pacific in this city, and recently
appointed division freight and passenger
agent of the - Great Northern railway,
has come here to confer with the Pacific
coast Steamship Company relative to
maktng joint rates with it on shipments
to and from San Francisco via Seattle
and the Great Northern road.
It will be remembered that the ,Great
Northern has recently extended its line
to the Pacific coast at Seattle and seeks
an. entrance into this city by making a
rate agreement with the Pacific Coast
Steamship Company, the same as the
latter has with the Northern Pacific . via
Tacoina. This agreement with the
steamship eompany will be perfected in
a few days ' " - - -.
' - i The Oregon Paclfle. " f
Coevallis, March 16. E. W. Hadley,
the" new receiver of the Oregon Pacific,
returned from San Francisco J today,
where he made a complete change in the
company's business affairs..; The salary
expense in. the Sau 'Francisco '.office has
teenreduced.over phe-half,-:,nd other
important changes have f been ' made.
Everything -Is' running" harmoniously
here under Mr.- Hadley 's management.
Mz Through Bates to 8on; FnnolMQ. .
i..&AsFBAi;oiscd,; March 16.- II. J,
Johnson, division freight and passenger
agent of the Great Northern, has -come
hereto confer .with . the Pacific Coast
Steamship company relative ' to making
joiqt rates with it on shipments to and
from San. Francisco via Seattle and' the
Great; Northern.. An agreement ' witli
the steamship company will be perfected
in a few days. . .- .. . . - V - ., ' . '; '
' . ' A Childless Home. " - :
Smith and his wife have every luxury
that money can" buy,: but there is one
thing lacking to their ,J'thappiness. Both
are fond of children, but no little voices
prattler- no little feet . patter ' in their
beautiful , .home. rJ would give ten
year8of-'niy-' life 'if-f-tibnld chave one
healthy, . living,cfeild of my own," Smith
often eayfe .to, MmseU.No romani:an
be the mother of "heatthyv'!'off'spring lin
less she is herself in goodhealth. If she
suffers froni'emalej-weakiiees, general
debility, bearing-down " pains,,', and
functional derangements',' hfcr' pbyBicial'
condition is su'cK that she 'cannot .'hope
to Jjave healthy children. ' DrJ Pierce's
Favorite Prescription is" a " sovereign and
guaranteed .remedy ':.for.i all . thee ail-'
ments.' 4 See guarantee printedoa bottle
wrapper.i .,v. ,Mn-,:--,-!:,.... .(,. ,., j 1
XV. F. WISEMAN.
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Saloon arid Wine Rooms
The DaMes,' .- Oregon; 1
ITNorthwest corner of Second and
Court Streets. - ' - : V
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The Millers Combine.
A combination of flour millers has
been formed- at the Portland meeting
held last week. It will . incorporate un
der the name of the Northwest Flour
and "Shipping Company. The milling
firms concerned comprise about one -half
of the concerns now represented in the
Oregon and Washington Millers' Asso
ciation,which was in- session at St.
Charles during two days.' For the pres
ent the new company will capitalise tor
$20,000. " The 20 mills represented have
a capacity of about 2000 barrels daily. -
It is proposed to erect a warehouse in
Portland at once, and to send out agents
to dispose of the products of the mills
which will be stored here. Capital
Journal. - -- -.-
Mrs. Shaw Confesses -
Mrs. Shaw, who 'was arrested with
Galhn, for the murder of her husband,
near Baker City, has made a confession.
She states that Galling with whom she
has been intimate, killed her, husband
with a hammer, and then carried the
lifeless body to the barn.- He then dis
patched a boy to town to spread the re
port that "Shawhad been' kicked to
death by a horse. - In the meantime the
murderer burned the handle of th,e ham
mer and threw the head of it in the
deep snow, where- it, was afterwards
found.. .V- . - - -"
Stallion for Sale Cheap.
A fine thoroughbred, 6 year old stal
lion for eale cheap. For further particu
lars apply art this office.
Shade and ornamental trees,' flower
ing shrubs and vines, hedge plants, etc.,
cheap at Mission Gardens. - , .
., Joles Bros, have 60 varieties of fresh
garden and field seeds on hand in balk,
and can supply all demands. .5.''."'
Health Officei Sak.
City, . i State and .National Authorities
. report the Royal Baking: Powder in
every way Superior to all others, 'y
: STATE CHEMIST; CALIFORNIA ; The t Royal fulfils all tlie ,
.: . 7. .requirementsi .. Our tests show it has greater leavening power -
r -- than any other. ... , . . ! :': " ''' -- ' ':- ' "-"; ; ' ' ' " :'
' STATE CHEMIST, WASHINGTON : There is no questiorji but ,
. , ' - - - . ... the RqyAL.is. the strongest, purest, and most.wholesoraebaking .. ... i
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commended s of highest excellence, and shown to be greatest ''"
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'SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF HEALTH ;'Hve cordially- apr.' . ';
ovPtQye.andrecommend the-Royal' Baking' Powder. -It is ;-.
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judgmentLltheiRQyAi'. Wi.ie best and strongest-baking powder fit
beib&e!in6'iniolic& io ioii ytl lo vKxf Jo anTin:l.iiji
BOARD OF HEALTH, SPOKANE ; CfjtfTuol-"'
o j-hVnt powder known to 'tis eual to the'RdVAxl,',A
illl'felNsWfefc' lM ERfTVbi 61?E0Ny f? islsoiT. , .
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- Rested parties' to ihfluertce "yib'ii ihiislng any
other than The Best, The Royal.'
Methodist Episcopal church, corner
Fifth and Washington streets, Rev." J.
Whisler, pastor." In the absence of the
pastor, tomorrow's services will be as
follows : The 10 o'clock class will not
convene... Prayer and praise service at .
ll o'clock; Sunday school at 12:20;
Epworth League", devotional meetipg at
6:30 o'clock, led by Mrs J F Haworth.
There will be a missionary concert jp.-.
the evening, to which all are invited. '
The services .for the week will . be as
usual. "".-""' . '
-" First .Congregational ychurch, corner
Court-and Fifth streets, Eev. ,W- C. .
Curtis pastor. At 11 a.- ni, text GaK
6-9,, subject, "Steady . Faithfulness."
Evening .service at 7:30. Text John,
13-18, "If Ye Know These Things Happy
Are Ye If Ye Do Them." . Subject.
"Practical Duty." Sunday 6chool im
mediately after "morning service. Lesson
Prav.23, 15-23, "A Temperance Lesson." -Young
. People's Society of Christian
Endeavor at, 6:15. Topic. Prov. 23,
15-23, Temperance,'.' also. ."A Boy's
Story of His Beginning of the Christian
Life." All not worshipping elsewhere
are cordially invited. ; ' t
' For Sale or Trade. '".'. -
Thoroughbred, Short Horn bull for
sale. Weight 2,000 pounds, age 5 years.
From Kansas, Mo. ; Al pedigree, Will
trade tor horses or mules..
Keeh & Buckley; Grass Valley
JffVTICK. - - ' ;- y
All Dalles. Citv warrants registered
prior to May 1," 1891, will be paid if
presented at my office. J Interest ceases
from and after tins date'.
. Dated, Jan. 3d, 1893. '" . ' -
tf: - TreaB.'Dalles Citv.
; Joles Bros, have early Rose seed pota
toes for sale. : .-.