Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1894)
Tie Dalles Daily Chronicle.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF DALLES CITT.
AND WASCO COUNTT.
' SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
T MAIL, POSTAGE FKXFAW, Uf ADVANCX.
Weekly, 1 year. 1 50
" C months. 0 75
" 8 " 0 60
Dally, 1 year 6 00
" months. 8 00
per " 0 50
Address all communication to " THE CHRON
ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. .
General Dellyery Window. ...... 8 a. m. to 7 p. m
. V onev Order . " 8 a. m. to 4 p. m
Sunday D. '.... 9 a. m. to 10 a. m.
CLOSING OF MAILS
train going East 9 p. m. and 11:45 a. m.
" West 9 p.m. and 6:S0p. m.
Stage for Goldendale. r .7 :80 . m.
rnnevuio o:u. m,
" "Dufuraud Warm Springs. ..6:80 a. m.
fLeavlng for Lyle & Hartland. . 6:80a.m.
' " " (Antelope 5:80 a. m.
Except Sunday. ......
Tri-weexly. Tuesdav Thursday and Saturday,
i " - Monday Wednesday and Friday.
JAN. 4, 1894
THE FINANCIAL OUTLOOK. .
Be it demagogueism, or destiny, there
seems larger opportunity of blessing in
the hands of one man 'than was ever con
ferred . on human executive before, eays
Clapp & Co. Crises of affairs have before
placed great responsibility of .action,
never before did crisis place such heavy
premium on inaction. To do or not to
do is the question of the hour.. Whether
it were better to do the thing for which
called and chosen, and doing die, and
dying cause misery untold, or daring to
Te "braver than to do, and leave undone,
And by that inconsistency confer a bless
ing. , Such is the problem of a party
-whose experience . in obstruction is
only equalled by its inexperience in con
struction. : The moment is pregnant
with great cause for quick decision and
decisive announcement. The financial
world is politically controlled. Credit of
government and business public has by
unnoticed evolution taken precedence of
money, but is as a broken reed unable to
perform its amply sufficient function,
without confidence based on laws now
in force is reinforced by promise of non
interference, or if change must follow, of
quick performance. Men who fear much
forget the enginery of public opinion,
aided and focalized by an all-powerful
public press. The man who has faith
in the power of these may fear nothing,
except delays of emergency demanding
their full exercise. To doubt the exer-
fRfk fif ntinVi nnvcpr if pmprtrpnpc hpnrtmoa
clear, would be to doubt the diffused in
telligence and fairly well distributed
wealth of productive powers and con
sumptive demand, which, makes this
commonwealth remarkable as the ac
knowledged leader among the world's
governments. The progressive men of
America look with confidence to the
captain of the ship of state for quick
rescue at the risk of his political life,
and that of the crew in charge of, the
vessel. The dead calm of present
moments may portend a storm of passion
or of peace.. What is done should be,
and probably will be, done quickly.
The country enters upon 1894 in waiting
mood, that will turn to quick reprisal if
it waits in vain. The people will de
mand a quick salvation, equal to their
faith and expressive of their fullest
There is enough silver bullion on hand
to keep the mints busy for two years.
Mr. Oates' bill will probably pass, as
the silver men deserve some recognition.
This is where the rights of the minority
Battle Creek (Mich.) Adventists are
preparing to go up and are advertising
their houses and lands for sale. They
perhaps imagine that gold pieces will be
more easily transported than real estate,
and are afraid that the city whose streets
are of gold is running short on paving
material. These peculiar people have
been fooled so often that this time no
especial date has been set for the ascent,
contenting themselves by saying the
event is very close at hand.
Those who believe that thirteen is an
unlucky number should fight shy of the
American 25-cent piece. It has thirteen
stars, thirteen letters in the scroll held
in the eagle's beak, thirteen marginal
feathers on each wing,- thirteen, tail
feathers, thirteen parallel lines in the
shield, thirteen horizontal bars, thirteen
arrowheads, and thirteen letters in the
"quarter dollar." But most of us are
mighty glad to get them, thirteen or-no
The persistent cough which usuallv
follows an attack of the grip can be per
manently cured by taking Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Mr. WI A. McGuire, of
McKay, Ohio, says : "La Grippe left
me with' a severe cough. After using sev
eral different medicines without relief, I
tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
which effected a permanent cure. I have
also found it to be without an equal for
children when troubled with colds or
cronp. Fifty-cent bottles for sale by
Blakely & Houghton, druggists.
V."1 ' . ,
' Shabpsbubq, Pa., Jan. 27, 1892.
Me J. J. Keil, ,
Dear Sir I have used Kranse's Headache
Capsules for some time and want to testify to
their value. I tried various well recommended
medicines, but got no relief until I used these,
and now would not be without them for ten
times their cost.
. Chari.113 T. Sedgwick.
Sold by Snipes dt Kihersly.
HOW TRAMPS TRAVEL.
Truck-Riding Necessary In the Country
' West of the Mississippi.
The November Century contains a
unique article entitled: , "Tramping
with Tramps," being' a record of the
actual adventures of a young American
who disguised himself as a tramp and
took to the road. The following an
extract from the article:
Of the states in the western district,
I.I think that Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin,
Minnesota, toioraao, wasningcon ana
a part of California are the best for
tramps. Illinois is thought especially
well of by vagabonds because of its
"good" railroads. The Illinois Central,
for instance, is known the country
over as the best for a journey south,
and I have . known tramps to . travel
HIDING OS A TRUCK.
from New York city to Chicago, and go
south by this line rather than start
from New York direct for New Or
leans. The "C. B. & Q." is also a gTeat
"snap;" in fact, so much so that, when
I was on the road, it was called "the
bums' line." In Nebraska, where the
"Q." becomes the "1$. & M. R.," the
lines are more tightly drawn, and it
behooves a roadster - to take to the
trucks if he is anxious to make good
time. ' - ? '.SSR"''
Truck-riding is necessary... almost
everywhere west of the Mississippi.' Of
course one can "fool around." freight
trains, but he is liable to be knocked
olf when the train is at full speed, and
unless this occurs on the desert, or
where the ground is rather soft, it may
prove dangerous. I ence attempted to
ride a "freight" on the Southern Pa
cific road, and it was the hardest ex
perience I ever encountered. , I hunrr
on to the side of a cattle-car in order
to keep out of the brakeman's way,
but he eventually found . ine, and
ordered me to get up on top. There I
was made to turn' ny pockets inside
out to convince him that I had no
money. Being angered that I could
not give him a dime, he said: "Well,
hit the gravel! I can't carry you on
this train." I . told him that I would
never hit the gravel unless he stopped
the train. "You won't, eh!" he said;
"well, now, we'll see." So he chased
me over his train for about fifteen
minutes. I dodged him here and there,
and found that I was quite al.l - to
elude him as long as he alone followed
me; but soon the "Con" appealed, and
then the chase began in earnc.t. They
finally pressed so near that l v.-as com
pelled to climb down the side of a cat
tlecar. They then tantalized ine by.
spitting and swearing. Finally the
"Con" climbed down also, and stepped
on my fingers, so I had to let go. For
tunately, the train was slackening itc
speed just then I really think the en
gineer had a hand in the matter, for he
is usually a good fellow and I got olx
safely enough. But I had to "drill"
twenty miles that afternoon without a
bile to cat or a drink of water. In the
far west after that experience I al
ways made use of the trucks.
The usual time for eastern
and western tramps to start south is in
October. During this month large
squads of vagabonds .will be . Dund
traveling toward. "Orleans." 1 once
was on an Illinois Central freight train
when seventy-rthree tramps were fel
low passengers, and nearly every one
was bound for either Florida or. Lou
isiana. SOME SMART KIDS,
Pabext "What is the difference be
tween the regular and the irregular
Greek verbs?" : ' Tommy " You , get
twice as many lickings learning the
irregular ones." -
Visitor "Don't you wish you had a
little brother, Bobby?" Bobby "Well,
'long about peach time, I think one lit
tle bby in a family is enough; but, 'long
about spanking time, there ought to be
two of us."- ,
Amy Ashphlatz (crushing the next
door, little girl with a display of her
knowledge of style) "Wen you' eat
yer meal at night do you call it dinner
or supper?" Tessie (of the alley tene
ment) "We calls it lucky."
Safety in Distance. Johnnie, of
Chicago "Pop, how far is New York
from here?" Father "About a thou
sand mile's." Johnnie "I guess that's
why New York talks about us so loud
and mean."r Detroit Free Press. ,
Precise Maiden Aunt (trying to
amuse Kate, who has come to spend
the day) "Oh, see pussy washing her
faoe!" Infant (with scorn) "She's not
washing her face. She's washing her
feet and wiping them on her face."
Matches and Matches. Johnnie
"Mamma, I heard the preacher say to
day th at matches were made in Heaven.
Is it so?" Mamma "Of course. Why
not?" Johnnie "Well, I don't see any
use for matches. There's no night
there."'. , ;.
Contempt is the proper punishment of
affectation. ' -
Every man believes he carries the
heavy end of the log.
The empty vessel makes the most
noise, but it has nothing in it.
There are two obstacles in . the way
of the self-conceited man. What you
tell him is too thin and his. head is too
thick. Alpharetta (Ga.) Enterprise.
Shiloh'a Vitalizer is what vou need for
dyspepsia, torpid liver, yellow skin or
kidney trouble. ; It is. guaranteed to
give you satisfaction. Prie 74c -Sold
by hnipes & Kinersly, druggists.
PEOPLE OF WASHINGTON.
Mrs. Ye Cha Yum, wife of the first
secretary of the Korean legation at
Washington, is the first Korean lady
of the nobility who ever left her na
tive land. . : .
- Secretary Hoke Smith is said to be
the hardest worker in the cabinet. ' He
gets up at seven o'clock in the morn
ing and does not go to bed earlier than
First Auditor Baldwin, the young
est of the treasury auditors, can be
found at his desk at ( any hour of the
day industriously engaged on accounts
in which a corncob pipe invariably cuts
quite a figure.- - "v . -
Mrs. Cleveland has had only one
photograph taken for several years,
and only about half a dozen prints
were made from it. To' a publisher
who asked leave, to reproduce it she
replied that since her marriage she had
had no picture that ' was not public
property and she wished to keep this
for her own.
FOREIGNERS OF NOTE.
The ex-Empress Eugenie will spend
the winter at her villa near . Mentone
on the Mediterranean.;
The empress of Russia's physician
when in attendance upon his imperial
patient receives a fee of three hundred
and fifty dollars a day (seven hundred
Queen Margaret of Italy is about
to publish a series of popular stories
in one of the Roman reviews, to be put
in book form later doubtless in royal
octavq form. . .. ...
Henry Labouchere, of , London
Truth, has an inordinate love of to
bacco, an inexhaustible fund of anec
dotes, and an . income of about fifty
thousand dollars a year.
About A year ago I took a violent at
tack of la grippe. I coughed day and
night for about six weeks ; my wife then
suggested that I try Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. At first I could see no
difference, but still kept trying it, and
soon found that it was what I needed.
If I got no relief- from 'one dose I took
another, and it was only a few days un
til I was free from the cough. I think
people in general ought to know the
value of this remedy, and I" take pleas
ure in acknowledging the benefit I have
received from it. Madison Mcstaro,
Otway, Ohio. Fifty-cent bottles for sale
by Blakeley fcHoughton, druggists.
Position wanted as housekeeper or
general nousewors. Apply at this omce
t r am;:
Anssrreeable Laxative and NERVE TONIC
Sold ty Druggists or sent bv mail. 25c.. 60c..
and SI -00 per package. Samples free.'
VJTCv Jg& The Favorite TOOTH WTOM
&P JLm for tbe Teeth and Breath.25o.
For sale by Snipe Kinersly.
and all the train of evil a
from early errors or later
excesses, tbe results of
worry, etc. Full strength,
development and tone
given to every organ and
nortlon of the hndr.
W Sim pie. natural methods.
seen. Failure Impossible.
2,000 references. Rfc,
explanation and procfa
mailed (sealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO. N. Y.
Lame BacK, tc.
D3. SAIJDEH'S ELECTBIC BELT
With Eloctro-Magnetlo SUSPENSORY.
uiih rsienu i uen improvements I
Win cure without medicine all Wakna resulting1 from
over-taxatiou of brain nerve forces i excesses or India,
cretion, aa nervous debility, sleeplessness, languor
rheumatism, kidney, liver and biadder com plaints.
lame back, lumbago, sciatica, all female complaints.
i-iieru.j ut iieaim, ew. j urn eiecino aciz contains
tmderful Im nrweiMnta over all others. Current is
Instantly felt by wearer or we forfeit ,&,Ooa.od. and
will cure all of the above dlseaaM or no pay. Thou.
.nda bave been cured trr t h in mitrvAlnfiiifnvwnrtnt,
after all otber remedies failed, and we (five hundreds
of testimonials ill th Ik and every other state.
Our rertal teproTef ELECTRIC 8C8FKfflOKT. the
prentest boon ever offered weak men, ntXK with all
Brits. Ucltk awl Tlrras Strength ei?A.KANTIED la 60 tQ
SO darn Send for llluaM Pamphlet, mailed .sealed, free
SANOEN ELECTRIO CO.,
So. t smt Street, jrOUXJUAKja QBE,
The Dalles Daily Chroniele.
HAS A FAMILY OF
2000 BEAD EES.
They read The Chronicle to get the latest and
most reliable t ews. And they read every line
that is in the paper. That is what makes the
Chronicle an invaluable advert! ing medium.
The newspaper that . goes to the family
B resides is the one S- that the advertisers
of today patronize . 'when they desire to
reach the people. When they want your trade
their announcements will be found in the paper.
Look over our columns and observe the verifica
tion of the truth of this assertion. Remember,
j. a trade of a family of two fhousand .
is worth asking for through these S-
. ' columns, espcially so at our
2f?eap Jdu?rti5ii) tqs.
V3 3Q. FOR A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE". J
7I. tit irtlWM
THE WAT" OUT
of woman's troub
les is with Doctor
Safely and cer
tainly,' every deli
cate weakness, de
disease peculiar to
the sex. is perma
Out of all the
medicines for wo
men, the " Favor
ite Prescription "
is the' only one
to " do what is
claimed for it.
In all "female
complaints " and irregularities, peri
odical pains, displacements, internal
inflammation or ulceration, bearing
down sensations and kindred ail
ments, if it ever fails to benefit or
cure, you have your money back.
Anything "just as good," or as
sure to ; bring help, could be, and
would be, sold - in just that way.
This guaranteed medicine is an
invigorating, . restorative tonic, es
pecially adapted to woman's needs
and perfectly, harmless in any con
dition of . her system.
So .sure to cure" every case
of Catarrh, . is Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy that its pro
prietors make" you this offer :
" If you canrt, be . cured, per
manently, we!U.: pay you $500
WEBSTER'S , I
Abreast otht Tiau.--' "-'-r'
A Grand Educator.
" Siicceoacr cfl.tc
Tea ycara spent
in revuiiir, 100 ed
itors civ' "ii,anil
more tiiki "4300,000
should ovrn th'is
dictionary. It an
swers ail questions
concerning the his
tory, spelling, pro
meaninn or words.
A Iibraryin Itself, it also gives
the often desired information concerning
eminent persons; facts concerning the
countries, cities, towns, aiid natural fea
tures of the globe ; particulars concerning
noted fictitious persons and places : trans
lation of foreign quotations, words, and
proverbs; etc., etc., etc.
This Work is Invaluable in the
household, and to the teacher, scholar, pro
fessional man, and self-educator.
Sold, by All Booksellers.
G. & C. Merriam Co.
Do not buy cheap photo
graphic reprints of ancient
-Sendforfrec prospectus. .
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 3, IS78.J
U. S. Land Office, The Dalles, Or.,')
Nov. 8, 1893. !
Notice is hereby given thntin compliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of
June 3, 18, entitled "An act for the sale of tim
ber lands in the states of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory,"'
Neal C. Stevenson, i '
Of Kingsley, county of Wasco, state of Oregon,
has this day filed in this office his sworn state
ment for the purchase of the NE of KW,
of Section. No. 23, in Township No. 3 S., range
No 13 E. W. M. and will otter roof to show
that the land sought is more valuable for its
timber or stone than for agricultural purpot-es,
and to establish his claim to said land before
the Register and Receiver of this office at The
Dulles, Or., on the 15th day of January, 1894.
lie names as witnesses: George McLeod, Jas
per Enfley, Leon Rondeau and Lafayette Davis,
all of Kingsley, Or.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said loth day of
wlO JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
In the Circuit Court of tbe State of Oregon,
for Wasco County.
Louis KliDger, Plaintiff,
To Maria Brady and Catherine Williams, of the
above named defendants:
In the name of the State of Oresron: You and
each of you are hereby required to appear and
answer trie complaint oi piainun mea against
vou in the above entitled Court and cause, on or
before the first day of the next regular term of
ine uircuit joun oi toe state oi ureson, ior
Wasco county, next following the final publica
tion of this summons, to-wit: on or before Mon
day, the 12th day of February, 1894; and if you
i ail bo to appear ana -answer, ior want tnereot
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the re
lief prayed for in his complaint, to-wit:
For a decree of foreclosure of that certain
mortgage deed made and executed by Conrad
Mowery to plaintiff, on the 6th day of June, 1888,
upon the southwest quarter of Section Twenty
six, in Township One South, of Range Fourteen
East, of the Willamette Meridian, in Wasco
county, Oregon, and for a decree that said prem
ises be sold according to law; that from the pro
ceeds of such vale the plaintiff be allowed to
have and receive thejsum of $400.00 and Interest
on said sum at the rate of eight per cent per
annum since March 27th, 1891, now due and
owing upon the promissory note secured by
said mortgage and herein sued upon; also the
further sum of $50.00 as a reasonable attorneys'
fee for instituting this uit to foreclose said
mortgage and collect . said note, together with
plaintiffs costs and disbursements made and
expended in said suit including accruing costs
and expenses of sale; and that plaintiff have a
judgment over against the defendant A. Mowery,
for any deficiency remaining after all of the pro
ceeds of such sale shall have been applied in
payment of. sale several sums: that upon such
foreclosure sale all of the right, title interest and
claim of you and each of you, and your co-defendants,
and-all persons claiming by, through
or under you - or either of you or them
in and to said mortgaged premises and every
prt thereof be forever barred and foreclosed of
all equity of redemption. That plaintiff be
allowed to bid at such foreclosure sale, at his
option and that immediately upon such sale the
purchases be let Into the possession of said
premises and every part thereof, and for Buch
other and further relief as to the court may
seem equitable and just.'
This summons is served upon vou by publica
tion thereof in The Dalles Weekly Chronicle for
six consecutive weeks, by order of Hon. W. L.
Brndshaw, judge of the above entitled Court,
which order was duly made at chambers on the
2Sth day of December. 1893.
DL'FUR & MENEFEE,
. 7tw ' V Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Clothier and Tailor.
. -. . . .Decidedly the
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
; . Trunks and Valises, etc., etc.
r COB. SECOND. AND WASHINGTON, THE DALLES, pB.
Win constantly keep on
Having purchased Mr. Butler's Mjwor to maintain the reputation of
BEST GOODS AT L0WETT PRICES. - SQUARE DEALING TO EVERY ONE
Call and see me, next door to Postofflce.
York Weekly Tribune
-. 'OlioioesV latest, 01a.oa,i305Bit,
. yp WOT WIW TWsTOTsTM ., .
SilvcfTjaaire, tJcTjueiiry, Watefcies, Books', Toys, Etc
The public is invited to examine our goods before
vurchasiiig elsewhere. '
ijiF Prices the lowest, and are greatly
T1 .1 1 . 1 .J .
Second St., The Dalles, Or.
The Gate City of the Inland Empire is situated at the head
of navigation on the Middle Columbia, and "is a thriving, pros
perous city. '
It is the supply city for an extensive and rich agricultural
and grazing country, its trade reaching as far south as Summer ,
Ijake, a distance of over two hundrwl miles. , .' :
The Largest "Wool Market. ;
The rich grazing country along the eastern slope of the Cas
cades furnishes pasture for thousands of sheep, the wool from
which finds market here. s
The Dalles is the largest original wool shipping " point in
' America, about 5,000,000 pounds being shipped last year. '
' ITS PRODUCTS.
The salmon fisheries are the finest on the Columbia, yielding
this year a revenue of thousands of dollars, which will be more
' than doubled in the near future.
The products of the beautiful Klickitat valley find market
here, and the country south and east has this year filled the
warehouses, and all available storage places to overflowing with
their products. '..
It is the richest citjr of its size on the coast and. its money is
scattered over and is being used to develop more farming country
than is tributary to any other city in Eastern Oregon. -
Its situation is unsurpassed. Its climate delightful. Its pos
sibilities incalculable. Its resources unlimited. And on these
sorner stones she stands. ' ,:
The Merchant Tailor,
- - . 76 Coant Stnst,
Next door to Wasco Sun Office.
Has just received the latest styles in
Suitings for Gentlemen,
and has a large assortment of Foreign and Amer
ican Cloths, which he can finish To Order for
those that favor him.
Cleaning and Repairing a Specialty.
T T I L Times makes it all the more
I 1 1 I L necessary to advertise. That is
I J J what the most progressive of our
I J business men think, and these same bus
iness men are the most prosperous at all times.
If you wish to reach all the reople In this neigh
borhood you can't do better than talk to them
through the columns of .the Daily Chronicle.
It has more than double the circulation oi any
other paper, and advertising In it pays big.
Finest line of. . ... .
band a complete Uue of
reduced. ' Closing but the entire Stock
) J . v"i .
X. O. 3VTiols.elseii.
Is. .called to the fact that
Dealer in Gloat, lime, Fianar. Cement
and Building Material of i all kinds.
Osrrice ti finest Line of
. To tie loand In, the City.
72 CXlashington Street.