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our large stock of General Merchan
dise we have many special bargains in
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WEDNESDAY, - - - JULY 18. 1894
Leaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
The salmon ran is not so heavy as it
was ; but reports from" the lower river
say another eclipsing the recent one is
Chrisman & Corson have developed an
unusual amount of patriotism, the white
horse in their delivery wagon wearing a
summer suit made of bine and red
A couple of brakemen had a fight last
night near the Regulator office and
thumped one another pretty soundly.
The fight occuri ed over one of them call
ing another a scab.
Under the new time card the train for
Celilo last night left shortly after the
arrival of the Regulator. The train due
here last nightat 5 o'clock did not arrive
until 8:15 this morning..
. From present indication? we judge it
will be fully a month yet before trains
are running from Portland to this point.
There is an immense amount of work
between here and the Locks. '
We are requested to announce that
Elder P. P. Underwood will preach at
Endersby July 22d at 11 o'clock a. m
and 4 p. in., and Monday evening at 8
Elder Jenkins will preach Tuesday
evening at 8 and continue services each
evening of the week.
The little steamer Irma came up this
morning bringing about three tons of
paper mail for points east. As the Reg
ulator will carry the mail hereafter, the
Irma will be employed in towing piling
and other work in connection with the
' repairs of the O. R. & N.
John Smith was the only drunk up
before the recorder yesterday. He
acknowledged that he had imbibed too
freely, paid $10 and went his way. This
morning there were three candidates for
examination, John Does charged with
indecent exposure, fined $5. ' John Doe
and John Doe No. 2, both drunk, fined
The Wasco warehouse finally became
filled upstairs and down as well as all its
porches and sheds. To make room, yes
terday the Wingate building was rented
and as fast as the baler can put the wool
in shape it will be hauled there for stor
age. As a stream of wool keeps pouring
in it is impossible to get much space
cleared, but like the India rubber omni
bus, there Is always room for more. ;
Thb Cheoniclk prints ail the news.
UTAH TO BE ADMITTED
MDtKII AND BBASNON SMUG
GLERS, SENT TO JAIL.
John C Arnold of Pendleton Nominated
as Oregon's Surveyor General
The Strike Situation,
C. J. Mulkey was yesterday sentenced
by Judge Bellinger to one year's im
prisonment in the Multnomah county
jail and to pay a fine of $5,000. P. J.
Brannon, another conspirator was sen
tenced to six months in the county jail.
C. J. Mulkey it will be remembered was
special agent of the treasury department,
and was convicted last December of
smuggling Chinese into this country.
Two hundred sticks of giant powder
exploded in a mine in Pennsylvania yes
terday, killing nine miners.
Debs and the other A. R. U. men,
arrested in Chicago for contempt of
court in connection with the strike, re
fused to give bail and have been sent to
No freight trains are moving from
The strike in the Chicago packing
houses is over, they all running with full
President Cleveland signed the bill
admitting Utah yesterday.
John C. Arnold of Pendleton was yes
terday nominated surveyor general of
Oregon by President Cleveland.
Colonel Graham has sent sixty regu
lars to Dunsmuir in Northern California,
on account of the ugly condition of
The Southern Pacific is having con
siderable difficulty in getting trains out
of. Sacramento, owing to the non-union
men being afraid of the strikers. The
same fear caused many who .had re
turned to work in the shops to remain
Trains are moving in Chicago almost
as freely as before the strike.
The first through train of the North
ern Pacific to arrive in St. Paul from
Portland in the past eighteen days
reached that place yesterday. The
train left Portland June 25th, and was
twenty-two days on the road. .
Hood River is agitating the matter of
incorporation. Under the law of 1893
this can be accomplished through the
county court. The statute provides that
any portion of the county containing a
Imputation of 150 may by a petition to
the county court, signed by forty resl
dents of the place desiring corporation
which petition must be published three
weeks in some paper within the bound
aries of said place, ask for said incorpor
ation. The petition must show the
number qf inhabitants, boundaries, etc.
In the meanwhile an election must be
held for city officers, and the vote will
be canvassed at the same time. The
granting of the incorporation takes effect
at once, the officers being already elected.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.'
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria.
When sue bad Children, Bhe gave them Castoria,
Wanted, a girl to do general house
work. Apply at this office.
From our regular correspondent. '
Washington, July 13, 1894.
The senate settled two things very
decisively this week. With only one
dissenting ' voice Peffer's it adopted
benator Daniel's resolution, endorsing
the acts of Mr. Cleveland and his ad
ministration' to preserve law and order
and-pledging the support of all branches
of the government to a maintenance of
the same policy. That settled the fate
of anarchy in this country. By a vote
of 35 to 11 the senate refused to attach
an amendment to the Daniel resolu
tion declaring in favor of arbitration of
labor disputes. That made it certain
that the George bill to withdraw the
protection of the U. S. courts from such
railway corporations as shall refuse to
arbitrate when asked to do so by their
employes, which is being lobbied for by
three members of the K. of L. executive
committee, cannot be passed at present.
This does not mean that the senate does
not favor arbitration, as everybody
knows that it does, but that it does not
propose to allow itself to be used by a
lot of labor leaders to climb out of the
unpleasant hole in which they find
themselves. It is regarded as sufficient
for the present to show the country
that congress is behind Mr. Cleveland
and determined that the U. -S. mails
shall be regularly forwarded and that
the authority of the government as ex
pressed by its judicial officers shall be
respected, at all hazards. This whole
strike business will probably be inves
tigated a resolution providing for an
investigation is already before the
house and further legislation dealing
with the subject, if any be needed, will
probably be postponed until that in
vestigation "has been made.
Every New York republican who
comes to Washington agrees in saying
that the state, will certainly go republi
can this year. Here's the opinion ot a
prominent New York democrat, Gen.
McMahon: "Its an up-hill fight for
the democrats in New York.. The delay
in passing a tariff bill has done much
harm and the income tax still more.
The latter will work incalculable injury
to the democracy of New York, and if
the state is lost, it will be the chief
factor in our defeat. . It looks as though
the republicans were going to nominate
Hon. Levi P. Morton for governor. He
is probably their most available man ;
but in the event of his declining the
nomination, there is a good prospect of
its going to Gen. Anson G. McCook."
"The house, notwithstanding the bold
stand and loud talking of its free trade
democrats, is going to surrender in the
end to the senate.'' So said a demo.
cratic senator to" a republican friend.
Things are certainly pointing that way
and the lelief is becoming more general
every day that whether it takes the con
ference one week, two weeks or three
weeks to reach an agreement on the
tariff bill that agreement will leave the
bill substantially as it was amended by
the senate. The boldest tree traders of
the house are showing by their private
talk their expectation of defeat. Senator
Gorman is reported to have said curtlv
to one of the democratic conferees on the
part of the house : "You can take yonr
choice, the senate bill without modifica
tion of its important amendments, or, no
tariff bill at all. The McKinley law can
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Aluminum ,' -
, Tea and Coffee Pots.
DRY FIR WOOD,
$3 per cord, delivered.
get more votes
in the senate than the
It remained for the democrats to make
the deliberations of a conference com-
mittee partisan. Never before have the
representatives of the minority party in
congress been ignored-in holding meet
ings of a conference committee, until it
was done by the democrats on the con
ference committee now engaged in try
ing to reconcile the tariff differences be
tween the democrats of the house and
those of the senate. The republican
conferees are not pleased with the
manner in which the democrats have.
acted, but they have not decided to re
sent it, although they have it in their
power to do so in a way that would be
decidedly-embarrassing to the democrats.
One of the reasons why the republicans
have been shut put ot the conferences is
said to be that negotiations are on foot
whereby the sugar trast, the standard
oil trust and kindred .trusts propose to
furnish the democratic party with a big
campaign fund for use in the congres
sional campaign, in exchange for tariff
favors, and the democrats desired to
have the matter ' disposed ot before the
republicans are allowed to take part in
The attempt of the leaders of the labor
organizations to have Attorney Genera!
Olney impeached is not taken seriously
Washington, notwithstanding . the
presence of the men who claim to see
their way clear to impeachment.
A. Re-acting; .Bonus.
An interesting decree was rendered by
Judge Bradsbaw yesterday in the case of
John Barger vs. O. D. Taylor. The his
tory of the case is briefly as follows:
Some time ago C. W. Dietzel, through
his agent Mr. Rowland, loaned to O. D.
Taylor $950, charging him besides the
legal interest, - $50 bonus, and taking
security by mortgage on certain real
property in Wasco county. Subsequently
the note and mortgage were assigned to
John Barger. Upon failure to pay in
terest on the note becoming due, and
being unpaid, Barger commenced pro
ceedings to foreclose the mortgage.
Answering plaintiff's complaint defend
ant set np the defense of usury, in that
plaintiff had charged more than the
legal interest. Judge, Bradshaw finds
the matter of the complaint true, there
being no dispute about the money being
loaned, but also finds that charging a
bonus was in effect the eame as interest,
and that the charge of usury was sus
tained. The court therefore decreed
that the property be sold according to
law, and that out,of the proceeds of the
sale the costs and expenses be paid, and
that the sum of $950, the amount of the
original loan, be paid to the state of
"Be sure you get Ayer's" is an im
portant caution to all in search of a
thoroughly reliable blood-purifier,
Ayer'B Sarsaparilla being the one on
which there can be no manner of doubt.
It has stood the test of nearly half a
century, and has long been considered
Ask your grocer for Farrell & Co.' a
sweet clover honey, rock candy drips
and Puritan maple syraps. These
syrups guaranteed pure.
Ask your grocer for Farrell & Co.'s
table syrups sweet clover honey, rock
candy dripj and Puritan maple.
Farrell & Co.'e table syrups are easily
digested by children.
, BACON, (Klickitat)
390 to 394 Second Street.
The Rose Hill Greenhouse
Is still adding to ita large stock
of all kinds of, '
And can furnish a choice selec
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Shoes, Etc., Etc.,
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Ever high in our store was the Columbia,
anil that is marked down; but it is not
Low as Our Prices.
We can give you bargains in everything
in Ladies' Gentlemen',s and Children's
Clothing from Hat to Dress. Call and
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vision of Mrs. Krazier, and the table is better supplied than
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All work promptly attended to,
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