Tns Dalles Daily Chronicle. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. T KAIL, POSTA6B PRXfAID, I2t ADVAHC. Wsekly, 1 year 6 months.. S " 0117,1 year. months.. ... per . 1 60 . 0 75 . 0 60 . 6 00 . 8 00 . 0 50 , Address all communication to THE CHBON iCLE," The Dalles, Oregon. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1894 IMMIGRATION INDEFENSIBLE. The Oregon ian, in an editorial yester day, deprecates the growing sentiment gainst immigration, and points out the fact that a few years ago immigration boards were looked upon as of public benefit. At the same time it euggests that "the importation of 100,000 or 150, 000 Huns, Slovachs, Bohemians, Poles and Italians annually for -five years would only make one per cent of our population.", The Oregonian is theoret ically correct; practically wrong. It reasons from false premises, and of coarse arrives at false conclusions. Its first premise is that this immigration is composed of classes similar to our own population; while the truth is that, while of the native population one-.fiftb, or perhaps one-third, of one per cent are criminals, of the element spoken ot ten per cent are naturally' criminals, and eighty per cent, from their ignor ance, lack of understanding of our sys tem of government and inability to stand freedom, are easily led into oppo eition to our laws. We readily admit that some of our beet citizens are for eign born ; bat the element spoken of do not make good citizens. Besides, looked at from a business standpoint, the country has all the laborers it can find work for. Our esteemed cotemporary recently published an article finding fault with the San Francisco papers for holding out promises of work to the unemployed of that city if they would go to Portland, because the high water would necessa - rily create a demand for laborers. The Oregonian very properly took the posi tion that there were plenty of men in Portland to do all the work required, and warned the working men of San Francisco not to come, because the work would not be forthcoming. Exactly the eame condition exists- between this country and Europe. We have -all the men the industries of the country will support. Those who come will either find no work, or take the job needed by our own people. Until the foreign laborer is needed he should be kept out. The big mining corporations flooded the country with undesirable laborers. The perpetual turmoil and crime pervading the min ing regions are the unanswerable argu ments against further continuing the practice of encouraging, or even per mitting that class of immigration. TROOPS NOT NEEDED. The Wallace Miner 'of Shoshone county, Idaho, demands the establish ment of a permanent military post in the Coenr d'Alenes, claiming that law lessness has such a control of the country that it will be impossible to work the minea (otherwise. It is a spectacle in deed when American laborers in Amer ica have to be protected at their work from attack by foreign laborers. Coeur d'Alene does not need a permanent post. It needs a judge and a jury who are not afraid to do their duty. If the civil authorities are not strong enough to cope' with the armed law-breakers let the troops be called upon to arrest them. Then let the courts and the citizens do their duty. Administer justice speedily and sharply. Let red-handed murderers know that the law is swift and certain and that death is the penalty. To estab lish a permanent military post in a one horse mining camp to keep in restraint a few hundred assassins, is establishing a precedent this country neither wants nor needs. What the country needs more than soldiers is judges and prosecuting attorneys who administer the law in stead of laying down wires for re election. This is certainly an off-year for the United States. Between a rump con gress and Debs, unprecedented floods, budding anarchy and strikes, the coun try has gone from bad to worse. To crown it all, our champion yacht, the Vigilant, has gone over into British waters and has been beaten in the five races in which she participated. And now on top of this Oxford beats our Yale men all hollow in every sort of athletic sport. Eighteen hundred and . ninety-three was a hoodoo, bnt it was only a starter as compared to its suc cessor, 1894, which is only half grown, but has broken the record for all kinds of "cussedness." A Jsekion County Romance. Ashland Tidings. . Jas. Hards, who was convicted af the May term of the circuit court in 1893 for the killing of Ezra Arnold on Big Butte, in this county, about 30 years ago, and sentenced to the penitentiary for 15 years and lately pardoned out, returned to Jacksonville, says the Times. He served little over a year. Hards married Arnold's daughter or step-daughter, and, it appears, at the special instance of Ar nold. After Hards had been married for sometime Arnold took his wife awav from him and would not let Hards come to the house to see her. This state of affairs existed for sometime and Hards went to the house one day to get bis wife, or remonstrate with Arnold for keeping her away from him, when trouble ensued between them, and Hards shot and killed him. Hards left the country and was not heard from un til last ' spring, when he came back to Jackson county, and the indictment not having been dismissed from the docket he was arrested, tried and convicted as stated. His wife, for whom he killed Arnold, married in his absence, and has been left a widow by the death of her husband. She is still here, and it is rumored the couple will be married again after an enforced and eventful separation of nearly SO years. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. A. McLeod and wife of Kingeley are in the city. C. V. Lane and Jerome Bridges are in from Antelope. Hon. E. O. McCoy of Grant passed down on the Regulator this morning. Mrs. C. L. Schmidt and daughter, Edith, left this morning for Trout lake. Judge Bradshaw and wife and Miss Clara Davis, their niece, left for Clatsop this morning. Misses Alma Schmidt, Caddie Booth and Annette Michell and Messrs. Frank Garretson, Ralph Rowland -and Will Fredden went to Hood Kiver this morn ing. They will go out to the east fork, a short distance above Winans, and join the Ainsworth party there. Hon. A. R. Byrkett, one of Ohio's leading lawvers, arrived here this morn ing and went down to Hood River on the steamer Irma at 11 o'clock. Mr Byrkett's family reside at Hood River, and besides property there tie owns a fine ranch on the Columbia bottoms at White Salmon. Judge Read of Colo rado, who is on his way to Portland, ac companied him in order to get a good view of Alt. Hood and Hood river val ley, which latter place he says is known to all Uolorado people by its fruits. W. H. Nelson, who is in the drug business at Kingille, Mo.",' has so much era and Diarrhoea Remedy that he war rants every bottle and offers to refund the money to any customer who is not satisfied after using it. Mr. Nelson takes no risk in doing this because the remedy is a certain cure for the diseases for which it is intended and he knows it. It is for sale by Blakely & Houghton. A horse kicked II. S. Shafer, of the Freemyre House, Middleburg, N. Y. on the knee, which laid him up in bed and caused the knee joint to become stiff. A friend recommended him to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which he did, and in two days was able to be around. Mr. Shafef has recommended it to many a bruise or sprain. This same remedy is also famous for its cures of rheumatism. For sale bvBlakeley & Houghton. WOODW i'HOSrilODINli The Great EnclUh Remedy. Promptly and permanently enroa all forma ot Nervous WeaJmess,Emiaaions, Spcmv otorrhea, Impotency and M effects of Abuse or Excesses. Been prescribed over S5 ears In thousands of cases; ZeforcaniAftcr. druggist for Wood's Phosnhodlnei if he offers some worthless medicine In place of this, leave his dishonest store. Inclose price In letter, and we will send by return mall. Price, one package. g 1 ; six, 5. One irlllpleasesUa will oure. Pamph let In plain sealed envelope, 2 cents postage. Address The W'-ood Chemical Co. 131 Wood ward avenue. Detroit, Hich. Bold in The Dalles by Snipes & Kinersly. Notice. All city warrants registered prior to December 3, 1891, are now due and pay able at my office. Interest ceases after this date. 1. 1. Burget, City Treas Dated Dalles City, May 15, 1894. For Sale or Kent. A two story house, 9 rooms, with well kept garden surrounding it and only 13 minutes walk from the business center, will be sold or in the fall rented Inquire at this office. - 2ts d&w. Malaria In any of Its Forms, Chills and fever, congestive chills, can be prevented or cured by the use of Simmons Liver Regulator, a purely veg etable medicine, superior to calomel and quinine. For Volte and Grabs In my mules and horses, I give Simmons Liver Regulator. I have not lott T pavfl it. c E. T. Taylok, Agt. for Grangers-of Ga To restore gray hair to its ' natural color as in voutb. cause it to crrow abundant and strong, there is no better preparation than Hall's Hair Renewer. Men Wante. Fifteen men wanted to cut cord wood Inquire of The Dalles Lumbbbikg Co. Wanted. To buy one good 3J second-band wagon. Inquire at this office. NEW BOOKS. "Ships That Pass in the Night" by Beatrice Harraden 50c "The Heavenly Twins" by Sarah Grand 50c "Love at Seventy", .by Albert Rosa: 50c "Marion Darshe" by F. M. Crawford. . . . . .$1.00 I. C. NICKELSEN. A Racking Cough Cured by Ayer's Cherry PectoraL Mrs. P. D. Hall, 217 Genessee St., Lockport, N. Y., say3 : " Over thirty years ago, I remember hearing my father describe the wonder ful curative effects of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. During a recent attack of La Grippe, which assumed the form of a catarrh, soreness of the lungs, accom panied by an aggravating cough, I used various remedies and prescriptions. While some of these medicines partially alleviated the coughing during the day, none of them afforded me any relief from that spasmodic action of the lungs which would seize me the moment I attempted to lie down at night. After ten or twelve such nights, I was ' Nearly in Despair, and had about decided to sit up all night in my easy chair, and procure what sleep I could in that way. It then oc curred to me that I had a bottle ot Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I took a spoonful of this preparation in a little water, and was able to lie down without coughing. In a few moments, I fell asleep, and awoke in the morning greatly refreshed and feeling much better. I took a teaspoon ful of the Pec toral every night for a week, then grad ually decreased the dose, and in two weeks my cough was cured." Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Prepared by Dr. J.C.Aycr &Co.,Ixwell,lfass. Promptto act. sure to cure Bids Wanted. To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that by order of the Common Council of Dalles City, made ana entered on. tbe 7th day or July, 1894, sealed bids will be received at the office of the undersigned until Friday, July 13th, 1894, at the hour of 4 o'clock p. m. of said day, for the con struction ot ail crosswalks to be built by the city (except those on Second street) until July 1, 1895. Said crosswa ks to be constructed ia accordance with the plans and specifications now on file in the omce of the undersigned. No bid will be received unless the same is accompanied by a good and suffi cient bond in tbe sum of one hundred dollars conditioned that the bidder will accept said bid for tbe price named therein in case said contract shall be awarded to him. The right to reject any and ali bids is hereby reserved. Dated at Dalles City, Oregon, this 9th day ot July, 1894. . Douglas s. Uupde. Recorder of Dalles City. 5t Notice to Property Owners. . Notice is hereby given that all filth rubbish, stone, and obstructions of everv kind and nature must be removed from the streets and alleys immediately and also all buildings which have float ed ont into the alleys and streets must be removed, as the same are liable to cause a conflagration. Unless this notice is forthwith com plied with, I shall proceed to clean said streets and allevs as herein ordered at the expense of'the property. Dated at Dalles' City, 'Or., this 10th day of July, 1894. W. A. Maddkon, Street Commissioner, Cripples are seldom seen in China. When a deformed child is born, it is at once put to death. It is considered unlucky in Ireland to view a funeral procession while the beholder is under an umbrella. Now Try Thin. It will cost you nothing and will sure ly do you good, if you have a cough, cold, or any trouble with throat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds is guar anteed to give relief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers from la grippe found it just the thing and under its use had a speedy and thorough recov eay. Try a sample bottle at our ex pense, and learn for yourself just how good a thing it is. Trial bottles free at Snipes & Kinersly's drug store. Large size 50c and $1. Corel Wood. We again have an abundant supply of dry fir and hard wood for immediate delivery at the lowest rates, and hope to be fayored ' with a liberal share of the trade. Jos. T. Peters & Co. Get Tour Money. All county warrants registered prior to August 1, 1890, will be paid on pre sentation at my office. Interest ceases after July 12th. Wm. Michell, . County Treasurer. Cheap Wall Paper. - Over 50 patterns, new -and desirable designs, with borders to match, at very low prices. Jos. T. Pbtkes & Co. tjull. Pot on Your Glasses aud Look at This. From $100 to $2,000 to loan. Apply to Geo. W. Kowland, ' 113 Third St., Thw Dalles, Or. ' Wanted. A good gill; housework. one who can do general C. l. Richmond. Feed wheat for eale cheap at Wasco Warehouse. ;tf. Were It in advertising the most emphatic statements and claims possible, we could say some big truths about'our (iood5, lotr;i9, Laee5, Embroideries, JL- U X3NTX03EEXISrC3- GrOODS, ETC. Conscious, however, of our strength and superiority, and know ing the high intelligence of our patrons, we are content to modkstly tell of the new styles which we are now showing. Dry PROFESSIONAL. If. H. BIDDEIXr Attoenbt-at-Law Office Court Street, Tbe Dalles, Oregon. B. B. DCFTJB. niSIUNim. DTJFUB, & ' MENEFEE ATTORNEYS - AT law Rooms 42 and 43, over Post mice Building, Entrance on Washington Street !"he DaHos, Oregon. t S. BENNETT, ATTO RNE Y-AT-LA W . . V. flee lu Schanno building, up stairs. Of Tbe Hiles, Oft-gou. B. 8.HDNTINOTON. H. 8. WHIOK. HUNTINGTON 6 WILSON ATTOBKKYe-AT-uv Offices, French's block over mat Na tional Bank Dalles. Oregon. - H. WILsON ATTORSKTf-AT-LAW Rooms French fc Co.'s bank building, Second rtreet, 1 he Dalles, Oregon. J. SUTHERLAND, M. D C. M.; F. T. M. C. W. C. if. ana S. O., rnysician ana Bur geon. Koonis 3 ana 4, unapman diock. Residence Mrs. Thornbury's, weBtend of Second street. . DR. EbHKLKAN (HOMEOPATHIC) PHYSICIAH and Subobon. Calls answered promptly lay or night, city or country, umce jo. so ana ,v;napman diock. wtl D R. O. D. DO AN E PHYSICIAN AND SUB- 6KOM. Omce; rooms o ana o i;napman x-k. Residence: 8. E. corner Court and fourth streets, sec ind door from the corner 5 dice hours 9 to 12 A. M., 2 to 5 and 7 toiP.M D. slDDALL Dentist. Gas given for the 1 . iiainiess extraction oi teem, aibo msui o teew Sign of r!t Ol on flowed aluminum plate. Rooms be Golden Tooth, Second Street. SOCIETIES. tirsrn.Tinr,K. NO. 15. A. F. & A, . M. Meets Y V first and third Monday ol each month at 4 r-vAIXES ROYAL, ARCH CHAPTER NO. 6. J Meets In Masonic Hall the third Wednesday f each month at 7 P. M. . M ODERN WOODMEN OF THE WORIJX ml llooa cariip.NO. ay, meets -Anesuay eveu- neof each week in Fraternity Hall, at 7 :30 p. ra COLUMBIA LODGE, NO. 6, I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday evening at 7 :S0 o'clock, in K. A P. hall, comer Second and Court streets. iolonrning brothers are welcome. a. Clquoh. Bec'y. H. A. Biixs.N. G, I7RIEND8HIP LODGE, NO. 9., K. of P. Meets V every Monday evening at 7:80 oolock, in vhannA'i hnildinir. comer of Court and Second treets. Sojourning members are cordially in- ..... ... . n r . tip i r . 1. ' Viteu. . AJ. DAAUOaAl, , D. W.Vapbb, K. of R. and 8. C. C. VSSEMBLY NO. 4827, K. QF L. Meets in K of P. hall tbe second and fourth Wednes lavs of each month at 7:30 p. m. HTOMEN'8 CHRISTIAN TEMPERENCK UNION will meet every Friday afternoon t o'clock at the reading room. A U are invited. rnHR DALLES LODGE No. I. O. O.T. Reg- JL nlar weekly meetings Friday at 8 p. u K. of P. Hall. J. S. Winzlbb, C. T. Dinsmore Pabibh, Sec'y. OEMPLE LODGE NO. 8, A. O. U. W. Meets 1 in Fraternity Hall, over Kellers, en Second treet, Thursday evenings at 7:su. C. F. STEPHENS, W. S MTKK8, Financier. M. W AS. NKtSMITH POST, No. 82, G. A. R. Meet U every baturaay at v:au r. k., in ma a., oi r. -tall. A MRRinAN RAILWAY UNION. NO. 40. J Meets second and fourth Thursdays each month in K. of P. halL J. W. Biadt. W. H. Jones, Bec'y. Pres. B. OF L. E. Meets every Sunday afternoon in the K.. oi ir. nail. ( - KSANG VEREIN Meets every I T evening In the K. of P. Hall. Sunda I OF L, F. DIVISION, No. 167 Meets in 1. K. of P. Hall the first and third Wednes- lay of each month, at 7:80 p. M. Branner's Restaurant Is again opened at THE OLD STAND JBErlliS COOKED TO OtyDEi, And everything the market affords . constantly on hand. Party Suppers va Specialty. Come and See Us. . L. L. BRANNER, 87 Second St. John Pashek, The Merchant Tailor, 76 Court Street, Next door to "Wasco Sun Office. VHa just received tbe latest styles in Suitings for Gentlemen, and h-s a lanre assortment of Fort ien and Amer lean Cloths, which be can finish To Order lor those that favor him. Cleaning and Repairing a Specialty PHOTOGRAPHER. Chapman Block, The Dalles, Oregon I have taken 11 first prizes. 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