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THE CREAT DIVIDE, Denver, Col.
BepMican Coety ConventiOB.
A Republican Convention for the County of
Wasco, State of Oregon, is called to meet in
Dalles City, in snid countv, on Wednesday, April
4th, 1893. at 10 o'clock A. M.f for the purpose of
nominating candidates for the following county
offices: One County Commissioner, County
Clerk, County Sheriff, County Treasurer, County
Assessor, County School Superintendent, County
Coroner and County Surveyor; and also precinct
officers for the teveral precincts, and eight dele
gates to the State Convention, and to ti ansae t
such other business as may properly come before
such convention. The con ven tion will consist
of 67 delegates chosen by the several precincts,
and the several precincts of the county will be
entitled to representation in said convention as
Bigelow 6 Trevitt 6
East Dalle s 6 W est Dulles 5
Mosier 2 Falls 4
East Hood River 8 West Hood Hirer 4
Baldwin , 2 Eight Mile 2
Columbia 2 Deschutes 2
Nansene 3 Dufur 4
Kingsley ....3 Tygh 2
" W'araic 3 Oak Grove 2
BakeOven.- 2 Antelope ..4
The same being onedelcgate at large from each
precinct and one delegate for every 25 votes, and
one for every fraction over one-half of 25 votes
cast for the Republican legislative ticket at the
election in June, 1892.
Primaries to elect the delegates in each of the
several precincts will oe neia on Marco. 28, 1894.
In East Dalles Precinct the polls will be located
at the Wasco Warehouse, and Frank Laughlin,
F. Creighton and D. H. Roberts will act as judges
at said election ; in Bigelow Precinct the polls
. -will be located at the office of Wm. Michell, and
t'has. Cooper, C. J. Crandall and Tom Joles will
act as judges at said election; in Trevitt Ptecinct
tbe polls will be located at the County Court
room in said precinct, and. J. 8. Fish, C. E. Bay
ard and C. L. Phillips will act as judges said
election ; in West Dalles Precinct the polls will
be located at the City Mills, and J. W. Marquis,
T. A. Hudson and A. A. Urquhart will act as
judges at said election. The polls in each of
aid four precincts will he kept open from 12
o'clock M. to 7 o'clock P. M. for the reception ot
-votes; the polls in each of the other precincts in
the county will be located at the usual place at
the hour of 1 o'clock P. M., and will be conduct
ed In the usual manner for holding primary
elections. B. 8. HDNTINQTON,
Chairman Republican County Committee.
JUDD 8. FI8H,
Secretary Republican County Committee.
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PRINTER'S INK AND
CHICAGO'S FISH SUPPLY
How It Is Affected, by the Finan
Hard Times Have Caused tne People to
Economize on Their Meat Bills
Where the Fish Are Prln- .
The report of a shortage of 12,000,000
bushels in the oyster crop of Chesa
peake bay does not disturb the equa
nimity of the Chicago dealers. '
'Our business is mostly in fish this
winter," one of them declares. "Hard
times have caused people to econo
mize on hig-h-priced oysters and meats
and turn to fish as the staple food.
Fish , are very cheap and plentiful.
Chicago eats 20,000,000 pounds of lake
fish and 5,000,000 pounds of ocean fish
annually. The lake fish were caught
and frozen last fall, and so long as
they remain in ice continue as fresh as
when taken from the water. How
ever, if anyone demands a newly
caught fish, the Mackinaw fishermen
are seDding down choice trout daily
taken from the straits.
'.'As to oysters, the crop of Balti
more and New York might totally fail
without embarrassing the public in
the least or raising the price of the
"The Gulf of Mexico produces fully
as fine flavored oysters as are' taken
anywhere. Many people like the gulf
oyster best New Orleans could easily
supply the world with oysters, as its
coast environment is enormously pro
lific in oysters, delicious crustaceans,
and fishes. These, gulf edibles are
sent north in refrigerator cars which
have conveyed dressed beef south.
They also come by express. The fail
ure of the fish and oyster crop would
be a great boon to the gulf, coast
The fishmonger mentioned that the
Pacific codfish had invaded the Chi
cago market to the detriment of the
Maine-Massachusetts' namesake. There
is no difference in the appearance of
the rivals, but epicures think the Pa
cific cod the choicer. The Pacific cod
is now shipped to Massachusetts, salted
and sent out as Atlantic cod. No one
can tell the difference.
A popular fish in Chicago is the red
snapper taken in the Gulf of Mexico,
and called by many the gulf cod. It is
a handsomer fish than the cod and of
much finer flavor. Large fleets engage
in the catch of this fish and it is forc
ing its way into all the markets of the
Brook trout weighing from two to
five . pounds are plentiful in the local
markets. They come from private fish
ponds where they were taken out and
frozen last fall. ' .
The finest yellow perch are taken in
the Detroit river at the St. Clair Flats.
Muscallonge reach the market from
the interior lakes of Wisconsin.
The lake trout varies in color, both
of skin and flesh. The flesh is yellow
from the southern to the northern
waters of Lake Superior. In the
northwest corner of Lake Sunerior tfke
flesh becomes red and the skin a -facsimile
of the brook trout. This latter
variety, which is the finest of trout, is
believed by some to be a brook trout
from the Nipigon river, which in times
past left the stream and bred a deep
water variety of itself. It is scarce in
the local market. There is a suspicion
that the local dealer sells it as a large
Eels. mostly come from Fulton, N. Y.,
where, on the Oswego river, is the
largest eel industry in the world.
Ocean fish are not popular in the
west, nor arc lake fish popular in the
east. The condition is natural.
Crawfish come from New Orleans,
where they are the staple, food of the
French people. The crawfish makes
the most delicious bisque known to the
IMSOMNIA PARTIES THE LATEST.
A Buffalo Belle's Unique Plan of Wooing
the "Drowsy God.
A society young woman of Buffalo
has devised a novel entertainment,
which is shortly to be made public. " It
is to be a reception for people who
can't sleep - at night. Among her
friends, says the Medical Record, are a
great many delightful people who are
troubled with insomnia, and who con
fess that they spend many frightful,
wakeful hours walking the floor, look
ing out of the window, rocking in eary
chairs, trying to read or write . and in
other useless and tiresome occupations.'
When her plans are fully matured this
original young women intends, on at
least two nights in every week, to be
at home to those distressed female
friends from midnight until morning.
The guests are requested to appear in
any unique, respectable bedroom gown,
bath robes not excluded; the lights are
to be dim, soothing music and stupid
conversation will be the only diver
sions permitted, . hot chocolate and
light wafers will be served, couches
and ' easy chairs will be provided . in
abundance, -and the insomnia victims
are earnestly desired to fall asleep as
soon as possible. It is. whispered that
prizes will be offered for the first snore,
but this detail is not authentically an
nounced. The reception is to be a
fact, however, and. an eager expec
tancy as to invitations is in the air.
Old Egypt's Slot Boxes.
The Alexandria correspondent of the
St. James' Gazette thinks that ancient
Egypt is "looking up" in every way.
Some of its contrivances appear - to
have been quite up to date. Actually
they had already, more than two thou
sand years ago, what" we call "nickel
in the slot," for the extraction of some
thing useful, pleasant or otherwise
serviceable. Herpn the. philosopher
of - Alexandria, who flourished in the
third century B. C, himself an in
ventor, describes an, 'automatic. ma-
chine used in the Egyptian temples for
a long time past. By throwing a piece
of money in the slot the worshipers re
ceived some consecrated object through
a valve. The box, the two-armed lever,
with its closing valve, and the other
details of the machine are. all correct
ly described ,
CHEATING THE SLOT MACHINES.
Hundreds of Hog us Pennies Inserted, Sup
posedly Made by Italian Counter fetters.
From time to time references are
seen in - the daily papers, referring to
the difficulty experienced by the ferry
companies, car- lines, etc;, in disposing
of enormous accumulations of ordinary
copper cents. The reader is very apt
to remember this, particularly if in
exchange for a dollar bill he is re
turned ninety-five one-cent pieces by
a conductor. As a matter of fact, says
the New York Herald, there is no ex
cuse for the item, much less for a car
conductor or change-taker in unload
ing his weight of copper upon the al
ways more or- less abused passenger.
The United . States snb treasury, at
Wall and. Nassau streets, makes, and
has mode it a practice for years, of ex
changing minor coin for United States
money of large denomination, and it
has many regular customers who are
so served. There are a number of cu
rious things about cents as they come
to the sub-treasury. In the first
place, they are quite extensively coun
terfeited. This may seem strange, as
the profit in a counterfeit cent is neces
sarily small. It is true, however, nev
ertheless, and is supposed to be the
work" of Italians, who, more largely
than any other nationality, seem to
favor the .imitation of our minor and
subsidiary coin. The Brooklyn and
New Jersey ferry companies, the ele
vated railroads of both New York and
Brooklyn and the various slot-machine
companies are "regular customers for
the exchange of cents for other money
at the sub-.treasury. At times they
turn in enormous quantities, the slot
companies alone ranging between one
hundred in& twenty-five and seven
hundred dollars a day. As might be
expected, all sorts of oddities in
the way of coin come in with the
quantity taken in the machines. - In
addition to the counterfeits are scores
of "not one cents" of war times, metal
discs and foreign copper, Austrian
money predominating. As the copper
cent is simply a token, no matter what
its condition is, it is redeemed at par
if it can in any way . be identified as
Uuited States money The popularity
of the slot machine a year or so
ago brought about a curious condi
tion of affairs in the country. This
was nothing short of a "cent famine."
The headquarters of the company is in
New York, and all agents sent their
cents here for redemption, which
drained the country of. its supply and
overstocked the minor coin vaults of
the subtreasury here with cents.
The Preacher's Voice. -
Why a preacher should sing differ
ently from other people is a mystery,
but they all do. Every one who has
heard preachers sing knows that there
is a queer twang about 'the clerical
voice when used in singing that is rare
ly heard save among preachers and
very old members who have attended
church so long that they have caught
the preacher's tone. The difference is
not so much in style as in the varia
tions that a preacher never fails to in
troduce, and once heard can never be
OBEYED ORDERS STRICTLY. -
Collector Secured a Six Weeks'
Holiday and a Partnership.
"When I was a youngster of seven
teen," said a successful business man
to a Detroit Free Press reporter, "I got
a job as collector with a man who was
about as strict a martinet as I ever saw.
He insisted on everything being done
just as he said,' and there were times
When life was verily a burden, but I
stuck to him for six months, then we
had a difference. It was. this way:
One ."morninfir he called me uo and
I handed me a bill on a man I knew and
said for me to take it around and col
" 'It's one of our standbys,' he said,
'and every collector I ever sent to him
reported him absent or not findable or
something. Now you go and don't come
back here till you see him.'
" Do you mean that?" I asked, as two
or three clerks looked up.
" 'You know me,1 was all he said in
reply and I went out after my man.
"He wasn't at home, the people said,
and wouldn't be for six weeks. So I
stuck the bill in my pocket and went
. off up the country on. a visit. The old
man sent alter me naif a dozen tunes,
but my folks could only, tell I was out
of town, and I never paid any. atten
tion to a letter I got from the boss, but
went on enjoying myself. Then I
came back and had a visit with some
other friends and at the end of six
weeks I called on my man again with
the bill. I found him at home and told
him what I had done, and be paralyzed
me by paying the bill with interest.
Two hours later I stepped into the boss'
" 'There,' I said, before he had time
to gather his wits, 'is the amount of
your bill and interest. He tvas out of
town for six weeks and I couldn't ' see
him before. " You told me not to come
back till I did see him, and I was obey
ing your instructions. I had a rattling
good time and the house owes me six
weeks salary.' . '
"The old man gasped, got blue in tbe
face and I thought he was going to ex
plode, but he didn't; he gulped it all
down and stuck out his hand.
" 'Young man,' he said, 'you ought
to have been a soldier; I'm going. -to
put you in charge of the collection de
partment and double your salary, and,'
concluded the- merchant; 'when X was
twenty-five I was a partner.
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CAST OFF . FROM A WRECK.
Tailless Cats Which Founded a Community
on the New Jersey Coast.
Long Beach, the narrow strip of sand
seven miles from the mainland on
which the village of Beach Haven,
N. J., stands, contains the .only tribe
of tailless cats in the United - States.
These cats were not detailed, says a
correspondent of the St. . Louis Globe
Democrat. They were born . without
tails. Early in this century a large
English brig was wrecked on that
part of tbe Jersey coast. She became
a total wreck, but the sailors lives
were saved, and so were the lives of a
lot of cats. These felines came from
the Isle of Man and belonged to a
curious breed found only on that
island known as Manx cats. At first
the animals were quite tame, and fre
quented the vicinity of the lighthouse,
where they nightly -held open-air con
certs that were not harmonious enough
to merit the appreciation . of the
lightkeepers, and ultimately resulted
in their being driven away. The
felines took to the woods and managed
to subsist during the first winter, on
birds, thousands of which lived in the
swamps.' The cats increased rap
idly in number, and in a
few years ' small packs of them
could be found almost, anywhere in
Barnegat s. woods. Their outdoor life
made them . savage, and the breed
seems to have increased in both size
and. courage, for eventually they be -came
so fierce that they would stand
and show fight toward anyone who in-.
vaded their homes. They are curious
looking creatures.- The front legs be
ing shorter than their hind legs causes
them to make big jumps as they go
about, yet it is said they can easily dut-
run an ordinary dog. . The cats - make
good fishers, and- when fish are plenti
ful they go along the beach, and, as
the breakers run up on 'the shore, car
rying with them- small butterfish,-mullets
and silver bait, they jump into the
shallow - water and with their sharp
claws pin a fish to the sand and the
outgoing wave leaves their prey ex
posed. Then, before another breaker
can roll in, they catch, the fish, and
take it up on the dry beach, and devour
it. At times dozens of these strange
looking cats can be seen on the beach
making meals off the surf clams that
are cast up by the tide. For the past
twenty or thirty years Long Beach has
been a famous summer, resort. Many
of the cats have been killed by tourists
or frightened back into the ' swamps.
Occasionally some humane visitor en
deavors to tame one of the animals.
It is . hard work, but when the effort
is successful there is no more domestic
or affectionate pet than a Manx cat.
Ten days loss of time on account, of
sickness and a doctor bill to pay, is any
thing but pfTSssant for a man of a family
to contemplate, whether he is a laborer,
mechanic, merchant or publisher.. Jas.
O. Jones, publisher of the Leader,
Mexia, Texas, was sick in bed for ten
days with the grip during its prevalence
a year or two ago. Later in the season
he had a second attack. He says: "In
the latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy with considerable suc
cess, I think, only being in bed a little
over two days. The second attack I am
satisfied would have been equally as bad
as the first butfor the useof theremedy."
It should be borne in. mind that the grip
is much the same as a very eevere cold
and requires precisely the same treat
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a trial. 25 and 50 cent bottles for eale
by Blakeley & Houghton, druggists.
A Missouri divorce was once granted
because "the defendant goes gadding
about leaving this plaintiff supperless,'
or if he gets any he has to cook it him
Daring the prevalence of the grippe
the past seasons it. was a noticeable fact
that those who . depended upon Dr.
King's New Discovery, not only had a
speedy recovery, but .escaped ail of. the
troublesome after effects of the malady.
This remedy seems to have & peculiar
power in effecting rapid cures not , only
in cases of la grippe, but in all diseases
of throat, chest and lungs, and has cured
cases of asthma and hay fever of long
standihg. Try it and be convinced; It
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Snipes & Kinersly's drug store.
Is Pennsylvania a henpecked hus
band was relieved from the yoke of
matrimony "because "the defendant
struck this plaintiff a violent blow
with her bustle."
The experience of Geo. A. Apgar, of
German Valley, N. J., is well worth re
membering. He -' was ' troubled, with
chronic diarrhoea and ' doctored for five
months and was treated by four differ-.
ent doctors without benefit. He -then
began using Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea. Remedy, of which one
bottle effected a complete cure. It ia
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Look Over Tour County Warrants.
All county warrants registered prior
to January J6th, 1890, will be paid if
presented at my office, corner of Third
and Washington 'streets. Interest
ceases on and after this date. -
.- Wm. Michell,
Treasurer Wasco County.
October 21st, 1893, tf
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By virtue of an execution and order of sale
Issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oreeon for Wasco Countv. unon a decree and
Judgment made, rendered and entered by said
court on tne lfitn aay ot r eDruary, SM4, in
favor of plain tift', in a suit wherein Maximilian
Vogt and Philllplne Chapman were plaintiffs,
and Augustus Bunnell, John R. Foster and Da
vid Robertson, partners as Foster & Robertson,
and Mrs. I). . Price were defendants, and to me
directed and delivered, commanding me to levy
upon and sell all the lands mentioned and 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
highest.bidder, for cash In hand, on Saturday,
the 31st day of March. 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
and premises described in said writ, and herein
described as follows, to-wit:
xne soutn nau oi tnose- certain lots Known as
the Bickle lots in Trevitt'a Addition to Dalles
City, on the road from said city to the U. 8. Gar
rison as formerly travelled, and being the same
property conveyed oy unmtn w imams ana
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-
sen Deo. ana nonnaea as toiiows, to-wit:, com
mencing on the east line of Liberty street at a
point on said line 170 feet southerly from a point
on the eouth line of Fourth street where the
same is intersected by paid east line of .Liberty
street; thence southerly along said east line of
Liberty street 60 feet; 1 hence easterly and at
right tingles 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 Dalle City, Wasco county,
Oregon, together with the tenements, heredita
men to and appurtenances theteunto belonging
or in anywise appertaining; or so much thereof
as snail oe sumciem to sansiy tne sum oi f ii24.4Ui
with interest thereon- at the rate of 8 per cent.
per annum since the 16th day of February, 1894;
$100 attorney's fee, and 137.20 costs in said suit.
togetner wim costs oi said writ ana . accruing
costs of sale. T. A. WARD,
Sheriff or Wasco County, Oregon.
Dated at Dalles City, Or., March 2d, 1894.
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three doses each week.
8old under a positive guarantee. '
50 cents per bottle by all druggists.
(i x x J. t. a wri- ' Hit
CAN BE HAD AT THE
CHRONICLE O F Fi CE
"The Regulator Line"
Tie Dales, PortM and Aitoria
Through Tri-Weekly (Sundays ex
cepted; Deiween rne jjaiies ana Port
land. Steamer Regulator leaves The
Dalles at 7 a. m., ;
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
connecting at the Cascade Locks with
Steamer Dalles City. Steamer Dalles
City leaves Portland (Yamhill st dock)
at o a. m. ,
Tuesdays, Thnrsdays and Saturd ay ,
connecting' with' Steamer Regulator for
Frelght Rates Greatly Reduced. .
All freight, , except car lots,
will be brought through, with
out delay at Cascades.
Shipments "for Portland received at
an v.. iimft . Hav.Av.nifflit . . Shinmanta (am
way landings must be delivered before
& p. tn. ' Live' stock shipments solicted.
Call on or address, . - -
V W. C ALLAWAY,
B. r. LAUGHLIN.
Ganerml MnKer. .
Is oalled to the fact that
Dealer in Gless, lime, fiaatar, Cement
and Building Material of all kinds.
Carries tTa Finest X!avr -
To t foand in tbe City.
72 Ulashington Street
O. F- STEP HEISTS,
, Boots, Shoes, BsM, JEtc.
FanciJ Lfcodg; JotSong,
Ktc, Etc., Etc.
Second St., The Dalles.
;,..ALL THE NEWS TWICE A WEEK.......
Y0TJ THINK, YOU
THAT WE ARE AT
ING A RARE BAR
GAIN IN READING
MATTER. 1.50 A
YEAR FOR YOUR
.ALL. THENEWS TWICE A WEEK..