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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF DALLES CITY.
AND WASCO COUNTT.
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CLOBIMO Or KAILS .
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" West 9 p.m. and 6:80 p.m.
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i " Monday Wednesday and Friday.
- MAR. 3, 1894
JESVS A PROTECTIONIST.
We wonder if free trade congressmen
ever attend divine service, Bays the
Economist. If so, do they ever listen to
the reading of the Scriptures? It is cer
tain that they do not heed them. Let
TiB refresh the free trade memory by a
quotation from Matthew, chap. 17, be
ginning with the 24th verse :
And when they were come to Caper
naum, they that received tribute money
came to Peter, and said, "Doth not your
Master pay tribute?"
Ha saith, "Yes." And when he was
come unto the house, Jesus prevented
him, saying, "What thinkest thou,
Simon? Of whom do the kings of the
earth take custom or tribute? Of their
own children or of strangers?
Peter saith unto Him, "Of strangers."
Jesus saith unto him, "Then are the
Thus did Jesus determine in favor of
protection. Only by the taking of cus
toms duties, or tribute, from the
strangers were "the children free." The
inference is that the direct taxation, in
cidental to free trade or "a tariff for rev
enue only," rendered the "children"
slaves. It will be the duty of the people
to prevent those who favor such a system
from coming "into the house" of repre
sentatives after the next election. Under
protection only "are the children free."
Stagge is to stay. Eckels rightly
judges him to be better than his ac
cusers. Everyone should identify himself
with a republican club, who believes in
protection and wants to see a revival of
The Salem Democrat says: Helping
" the populists in order to defeat the re
publicans is very much like the old
quack idea of throwing a patient into
fits in order to cure the measles.
The Portland Chronicle has supple
mented its "Etchings" column with
"Scratchings," pleading that . a. reader
told the editor that he always wanted to
scratch after reading the "Etchings,
Was this reader alter an idea or- per
ish the thought !
A Fairhaven factory is turning out
broom handles in large quantities and
their qualities are said to be superior.
About Yakima, Davenport and other
Eastern Washington points, they are
having the greatest possible success in
the experimental growth of broom corn
The opportunity for a sweeping indus
try is easily discernible.
Bob Ingersoll's lecture . "Mistakes of
' Moses," has aroused the greatest indig
- nation in eastern Christian circles, j
One of the best sermons in answer was
that of Rev. S. M. Crothers, at Unity
church, St. Paul. He chose "Popular
Religion and Popular Irreligion" as his
subject. After announcing his text the
preacher stated that he wished to ask
whether it may not be possible there is
something better for us than either.
Continuing he stated this proposition :
By popular religion I mean that type of
religion which is most common among
us and with which we are most familiar.
By popular irreligion I mean that type
of thought and feeling which comes
from the very violent reaction against
. this; the type of thought and feeling
of which Col. Ingersoll is the best Amer
ican example. And then I want to ask
-whether it is possible, as vast multi
tudes here in America, and especially
here in the west, believe, . that one is
confined to a choice between these two
must either accept absolutely some plan
of salvation which his reason protests or
accept some bare denial against which
his heart and all his inherited feeling
protests. To believe everything is easy ;
to deny and ssoff at everything is easy;
. to consider, to discriminate, to hold fast
that which is good, while we prove all
things, this is the difficult thing, and
because it ia difficult I suppose that for
a long time any religion which demands
of those who accept it such perpetual
discrimination cannot be a popular re-
ligion. It can only become popular by
raising the whole level of common life
and character, . ,
Mrs. ' Emily Thome, who resides at
Toledo, Washington, says she has never
been able to procure any medicine for
rheumatism that relieves the pain, so
quickly and effectually as Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and that she has also used it
for lame back with great success. For
Bale by Blakeley & Houghton,. druggists.
A SHIPWRECKED CREW.
The Terrible Night and -Day Passed on
the Northern Icebergs.
A sealing' brig-, immersed in the
densest fog- and driven by the gale,
was running' down a harrow lane or
opening in the ice, when, the shout of
breakers ahead and the crash of the
bows upon a reef came in -the same
moment. The crew sprang overboard
upon the heaving ice-field, and almost
immediately saw their strong and
beautiful vessel sink into the ocean.
The adventure is related in: - "After
Icebergs with a Painter."
Without food or extra clothing the
forty men were remote from . all help.
To the west lay the precipitous shores
of Cape Bonavista, and for this, the
nearest land, in single file, with Capt.
Knight at their head, the men com
menced at sunset their1 dreadful and
almost hopeless march; ---frsr'-"-sj TTPfr -i
All night, without refreshment or
rest, they went stumbling and plung
ing on their, perilous way, now and
then sinking into the slush between
the ice-cakes, and having to be drawn
out by their companions. But for their
leader and a few other bold spirits, the
party would have sunk down with fa
tigue and despair, and perished.
. At daybreak they were still on the
rolling ice-fields, beclouded with fog,
and with nothing in prospect but the
terrible cape and its solitary chance of
deliverance. Thirsty, famished , and
worn, they toiled on, more and more
slowly, all the morning, all the fore
noon, all the afternoon; and then, be
wildered and lost in a dreadful cloud
traveling along parallel with the coast,
the poor fellows passed the cape with
out knowing it.
The captain looked back from . time
to' time on the worn-out and suffering
line of men, the last of them scarcely
visible in the mist, and a thrill of dis
couragement passed over him. Unless
there was some change in their pros
pects, he knew that few of them would
live out another night on the ice. They
had shouted until they were hoarse,
and looked into the endless gray until
they had no heart for looking - longer.
Suddenly, just before sundown, they
came to a vessel. A few rods to the
right or left, and they must have
missed it. "We were led by the hand
of Providence," said Capt. Knight, in
telling the story.
PECULIARITIES IN MASSAGE.
The Differences of Temperature Caused by
' Friction of the Skin.
Light friction of. a part reduces sur
face temperature, says the New York
Ledger. In ten experiments on
healthy adults, whose arm-pit tem
peratures on both side's was equal, and
whose free temperature on the surface
of both forearms was before massage
eighty-eight degrees Fahrenheit or
more, it was found, on subjecting the
left forearm to gentle upward friction,
that, whilst the temperature in both
armpits and in the untouched free sur
face of the opposite limb remained
constant, the temperature of the left
forearm fell in all cases more than
two degress, and in three cases nearly
four degrees. After firm friction.
rolling, squeezing and kneading of the
skin of the limb in all cases, the free
cutaneous temperature rose to ninety
five degrees; but the armpit tempera
ture remained the same on both sides,
whilst in seven cases an interesting
phenomenon was noticed on the oppo
site side--viz., the right limb sensibly
perspired and the free surface tem
perature of the untouched forearm fell
to eig-hty-four degrees during 'the time
that the firm friction of the eft limb
was in progress. In regal to light
friction, it has been impossible to de
tect any effect on the. patients sense of
locality or on the temperature sense.
After firm friction of a part for five
minutes comes a decided increase of
the sense of touch, and the- sense of lo
cality has, in most instances, been at
parently improved. 1 .
They Had Not Kept Cp with the Latest
A friend relates to me an incident.
that occurred on the evening of the
o.ay wnen the news of the death of
Preston S. Brooks came to Massa
chusetts, says the Boston Herald. It
was at a sniritualistie ehibit.inn Jnlrl
in the town of North Bridgewater,
now the city of Drockton. . A com
mittee of citizens hnrl rtpn nhnson
from the audience to sit at the table
on the platform with the medium to
ask questions and otherwise renrsnt.
the audience in the interest of candid
investigation. Jacob W. Crosby, a
well-known citizen, was one of the
committee. He was to do thn nnesMnn.
ing. After a few introductory in
quiries, to wnicn replies were made by
the regulation one, two or three raps,
Mr. Crosby astounded the spirit world
by the query: "Is the spirit of Preston
S. Brooks present?"
There was no reply and the question
waa repeated. . Then there were some
hesitating raps at the table, but it
could not be determined whether the
answer was in the 'affirmative or the
"You know that he is dead, don't
you?" shouted the committeeman.
The answer by raps was now dis
"Well, he is, thank God!" yelled
"Uncle Jake," who was wrought up
to great excitement, as he struck the
table with his ponderous fist; "and you
had better make a note of it."
The Young Idea.
The reasoning of children is , fre
quently based on imperfect knowledge.
"What on earth was that whistle blow
ing for all night?" asked a girl of
twelve years of her mother while on
a sound steamer. "That is a fog horn,
my dear," was the reply. The little
girl, of course, wanted to know what a
fog horn, was, and her mother ex
plained that when there was a heavy
fog the steam whistlewas blown while
it lasted. "But why?" persisted the
yonng inquirer. '.'I should think that
anybody could see there was a fog, and
what is the use Of blowing a whistle
to tell them about it, when there it is
if they want to look at it?" The poor
mother sighed and gave it up.
A- Galaxy of Authors.
Who are the most famous writers and
artists of both continents? The Cosmo
poli tan Magazine is endeavoring to an
swer this inquiry by printing a list from
month to month in its contents pages.
This magazine claims that notwithstand
ing its extraordinary reduction in price,
it ia bringing the most famous writers
and artists of Europe and America to
interest its readers, and in proof of this
claim, submits the following list of con
tributors for the five months - ending
with February : Naldee, Howells, Paul
Heyse, Francisque Sarcey, Robert Grant,
John J. Ingalls, Lyman Abbott, Fred
erick Masson, Agnes Bepplier, 1 J. G.
Whittier, (posthumus), Walter Besant,
Mark Twain, St. George Mivart, Paul
Bourget, Louise Chandler Moulton,
Flammarion, Tissandier, F. Dempster
Sherman, Adam Badeau, Capt. -King,
Arthur Sherburne Hardy, George Ebers,
De Maupassant, Sir Edwin Arnold,
Spielhagen, Andrew Lang, Berthelot, H.
H. Boyesen, Hopkinaon Smith, Lyman
J. Gage, Dan'l C. Gilman, Franz Von
Lenbacb, Thomas A. Janvier. And for
artists who have illustrated daring the
same time : Vierge, Reinhart, . Marold,
F. D, Small, Dan Beard, Jose Cabrinety,
Oliver Herford, Remington, Hamilton
Gibson, Otto Bacher,, H. 8. Mowbray,
Otto Guillonnet, F. G. Attwood, Geo.
W. Edwards, Paul de Longpre, Habert
Dye, F. H. Schell.V How this is done
for $1.50 a year,, the editors of The Cos
mopolitan alone know. .
State of Ohio, City op Toledo,) . :
Lucas County, y m
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and that said firm will pay the sum
of One Hundred Dollars for each and
every - case .of Catarrh that cannot be
.cared by the nee of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEA80N, .
fsEAL.l Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Many people imagine that' by blowing
their breath on the blade of a knife they
can tell whether the blade is steel or pot
metal. Now, a person's breath will ad
here to a pot-metal blade, and fade away
the same as on steel, but nine out of ten
men don't know this, and that is the
reason why so many people carry infer
ior pocket knives.
O. W. O. Hardman, Sheriff of Tyrol
Co., W. Va., appreciates a good t thing
and does not hesitate to say so. He was
almost prostrated with a cold when he
procured a bottle of Chamberlain's
Coujrh Remedy. He says: "It gave me
prompt relief. I find it to be an invalu
able remedy for coughs and colds." For
sale by Blakeley & Houghton, drug
gists. Stockholders' Meeting;.
Notice ia hereby given that thee will
be an annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Dalles, Portland & Asto
ria Navigation Company held in the
Chronicle hall on Saturday, the 7th day
of April, 1894, at the hour of 2 o'clock p,
m., for the purpose of electing seven di
rectors and transacting any other busi
ness that may properly come before said
meeting. By order of the president.
Sam'l L Brooks, Secy.
The Dalles, Feb. 28, 1894. 2-27-4t
Ask your dealer for . Mexican Silver
Stove Polish. ' . -
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Office, The Dalles, Or.,)
Feb. 26, 1894. J
Notice Is herebv riven that the followine-
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the register
and receiver of. the U. 8.' Land office at The
Dalles, Or., on April 17, 1894, viz:
Oliver M. Bourland,
Hd. No. 3775, for the SEW NWV, NEJi SWJi, and
WX Sec 7, Tp 2 S, R 14 E. 1
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, viz:
J. A. Gulliford, Dufur, Or.; Legrand Holgate,
Boyd, Or.; King Montgomery, T. C. Fargher,
mar3-aprl4 JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
By virtue of as execution and order of sale
issued out 01 tne uircuic uourc ox me state 01
Oregon for Wasco County, upon a decree and
judgment made, rendered and entered by said
Court on the 16th day of February, 1894, in
favor of plaintiff, in a suit wherein Maximilian
Vogt and Phillipine Chapman were plaintiffs,
and Augustus Bunnell, John B. Foster and Da
vid Robertson, rjartners as Foster & Robertson.
and Mrs. D. E. Price were defendants, and to me
directed and delivered, commanding me to levy
upon ana sell an tne lanas mennonea ana de
scribed in said writ, and hereinafter described. I
did on the 1st day of March, 1894, duly levy
upon, and will sell at public auction to the
mgnest Diaaer, lor casn in nana, on oaruraay,
the 31st day of Maxell, 1894,
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon ot said day, at the
front door of the County Court House In Dalles
City, in Wasco County, Oregon, all of the lands
ana premises aescriDea in saia wilt, ana nerein
described as follows, to-wit:
The south half of those certain lots known as
the Bickle lots in Trevitt's Addition to Dalles
City, on the road from said city to the TJ. S. Gar
rison as- formerly travelled, and 'being the same
property conveved by Griffith E. Williams and
wife to said A. Bunnell, by deed duly recorded
at page 853 of Book "E" of deeds for Wasco
county, Oregon, and which are particularly de
scribed and bounded as followB. to-wit: Com
mencing on the east line of Liberty street at a
point on said line 170 feet southerly from a point
on toe outn nne 01 rourin street wnere tne
same is intersected bv said east line of Libertv
street; thence southerly along said east line of
Liberty Btreet 60 feet; thence easterly and at
right angles with said first line 104 feet: thence
northerly and parallel with said east line of Lib
erty street 60 feet; thence westerly to the place
of beginning; said premises being in block "D,"
Trevitt's Addition to Dalles City, Wasco county,
Oregon, together with the tenements, heredita
merits and appurtenances thereunto belonging
or in anywise appertaining: or so much thereoi
as shall be sufficient to satisfy the sum of $ 1124.40,
witu interest mereon at tne rate 01 per cent.
ter annum since the 16th day' of February. 1894:
flOO attorney's fee?, and $37.20 costs in said Bait,
together with costs of said writ and accruing
costs 01 saie. 1. a. waku,
Sheriff of Wasco County, Oregon,
Dated at Dalles City, Or., March 2d, 1891.
A. Mammoth Coin.
.- Annam, a French protectorate in
Asia, has a silver coin that weighs as
much, as fifteen United States "buz
sard" ' dollars. -The largest gold coin
in circulation is the "loof," which also
belongs to the . oriental French colony
mentioned above. This monster gold
disk will weigh as much as three hun
dred .and twenty-five American gold
dollars, and, though-weighty and awk
wardly large, is considered valuable
property. . The gold piece which comes
next in size to the "loof ' is the "obang"
of Japan, a coin containing about
forty-seven dollars worth of pure gold.
"Only the Scars
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bones would be affected. At last, my
good old - - - -
Mother Urged 'Me
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bottles, the sores healed, and I have not
been troubled since. Only the scars
' remain, and .the memory of the
past, to remind me of ' the good
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has done me.
I now weigh two hundred and twenty
pounds, and am in the best of health.'
I have been on the road for "the past
twelve years, have noticed Ayer's Sar-
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United, States, and always take pleas
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MAINS TAPPED TJISTDER PRESSURE.
Shop on Third Street, next doorwest of Young Kusa
. Blacksmith Shop. ..
. Wasco County,
- The Gate City of the Inland Empire is situated at the head
of navigation on the Middle Columbia, and is a thriving, pros
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 hundred 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. .'
The Dalles is the largest original wool shipping, point in
. America, about 5,000,000 pftunds being shipped last year.
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
- ' - ITS WEALTH.
It is the richest city 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. It climate delightful. Its pos
sibilities itmilculnlilt-, - fte resources unlimited. And orf these
mr tiiitn hf at uuIm. ' ''
' Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an ex
ecution issued out of the Circuit Court of the
State, of Oregon for Wasco County, in a suit
therein pending wherein W. A. Miller is plainv
tiff and E. P. Reynolds is defendant, to me di
rected, and commanding me to sell the real
property hereinafter described, to satisfy the
sum of $290.00 and interest thereon at the rate
of eight per cent per annum from September 22,
1893, and the sum of $2,400.00 and interest
thereon at the rate of eight per cent per annum
from -the 20th day ot March, 1898, and the further
sum of $300.00 attorneys fees,-and the further
sum of $22.00 costs, adjudged to the plaintitt' and
against the defendant in said suit) I will on the
. the 13th day of March, 1894,
at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.; at the front door
of the County Court House in Dalles City, Ore
gon, sell at public sale to the highest bidder, for
cash in hand, all of the following described real
property, to-wit: The south half of the south
west quarter, the northeast quarter of the south
west quarter, and the southwest quarter of the
southeast quarter of Section 28, Township 1
North, Range 13 East, W. M., containing 160
acres, and the north half of the northeast quar
ter, the northeast auarter of the"northwest Quar
ter and the southeast quarter of the northeast
quarter ot Section 83, Town snip 1 JNonn, nange
13 East, W. M., containing 160 acres, to satisfy
said sums and a a cruing costs. -
; T. A. WAKD
J10wtaT' Bheriff of Wasco Conn.y.
Wasco WQI1SB CO.,
Receives Goods on Stor
age, and Forwards same to
For Sale on Commission.
. MARK GOODS
W- W- Oo.
x THE DALLES, OR
Notice is hereby given .that the nudersigned
has been appointed by the County Court of
Wasco County, Oregon, guardian of the person
and estate ofXara Larsen.
All persons having claims against said Lars
Larsen are notified to present the same with the
proper vouchers to the undersigned, at the office
of Mays. Huntington & Wilson, within six
months from the date hereof. .
Dated at Dalles City, thin 6th day of Jan.,"18M.
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If you wish to reach all the reople in this neigh
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