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Tub Dalles Daily Clironiele.
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Address all communication to " THE CHRON
ICLE." The Dalles, Oregon.
MONDAY, - SEPTEMBER 10. 1894
MUCH MONEY IN ITOQS.
Ex-Sheriff Matt Scott, of Lynn county
having just disposed of a carload of hogs.
raised and fattened on the best quality
of wheat his Ajbma prairie farm pro
duces, says the Portland Oregonian; be
lieves that raising "porkers" will be one
of the greatest industries of the Will
amette valley, just as soon as a sufficient
demand is made, and a .market opened,
"We could get 75 cents a bushel tor
our wheat," said Mr. Scott, "by feeding
at to nogs, if we had a big pork-packing
establishment here somewhere. At this
time, however, there is market onlv for
local consumption. Some pork is ship
ped East, but, comparatively.Very little.
I have experimented in pork raising, and
lam convinced we can produce pork
equal to any in America with our wheat,
and as I said before, get as high as 75
cents a bushel in this way for the wheat,
oeverai oia-ume iarmers Jiving near
me stood watching me pour my wheat to
the 'pigs,' and at once concluded I ought
to be sent to gail for extravagance.
a; j , j . i . ....
uiun c say anyining, duu went right on
rawing woou, ana wnen toe time came
for taking my fat hogs to market, yon
couldn't put one of them in a wool sack
after it was killed. y
"I got $4.30 per hundred for my pork
on loot. Uhis pays me better than sell
ing wheat at 40 cents a bushel. But,
until there is a big pork-packing house
in this vicinity, we can't all raise pork
l nope some such establishment will be
founded and we can go into the business
of furnishing it with material to work on.
Pork is now shipped from Eastern Ore
Cn. to the Eastern market, and cored
into hams, shoulders and bacon to be re
turned to Portland and the Willamette
alley for consumption. This is not
right, and something ought to be -done
to keep this business at home, and, also
to give us a sufficient market to infuse
the pork- producing industry with new
THEY SHOULD ROAST.
It ia now asserted that the terrible
fires that have swept through the Min
nesota forests were started by timber
thieves. At the last session of the Min
nesota legislature Ignatius Donnelly ac
cused the timber ring of systematically
robbing the state for years, and further
asserted that this action was connived
at by state officials. A legislative com
mittee was appointed to examine into
the matter, and it is said found abund
ant proot that the charge was true. The
timber ring had been cutting the tim
ber from state and school lands. The
ring learning this, in order to cover up
their tracks and to render it impossible
10 estimate the amount of lumber stolen,
es nres in the tops and brush of the
hmds cut over, intending to so burn the
stumps that no idea could be formed as
to their size. The fire, the conditions
Demg extraordinarily favorable.got away
from them, burned over an area of 1000
square miles, destroyed $20,000,000
worth ot pine timber, and over 400
It the offense can be
placing the revolver to his temple, blew
out his brains. Thus ends one of the
most horrible deeds ever committed in
Prather of Hood Eiver is
Blakeley is Tiaiting in
Mr. Geo. T.
in the city.
Mrs. G. C
Mr. T. A. Hudson will leave for San
a ranciBco in the morning,
lion. A. R. Byrkett came up from
Hood Kiver on the local this afternoon
Mr. J. B. Crossen and wife have re,
turned from San Francisco, accompanied
Dy jura, urossen'e mother, Mrs. Marlin
miss jeannette w imams came up
from Clatsop Saturday, and will return
to Portland soon, where the family ex
frrcvi w jQuiHiu uunug me winter,
Mrs. W. P. Short and dauehter. Misn
.ctnei, accompanied Dy miss Jones of
Sellwood, returned to their home in
Sell wood this morning, after spending
iu summer in mis city.
Mr. F. A. French has been subpoenaed
as a witness in the United States court
at Portland in the case of F. A. Bean.
charged with opening a letter belonging
to Mrs. Morgan. The same old cane
that began here,
V0 WILL SV
iL0OD I SLEEP
clear") bt long
m 1 strong!
Is that what troubles you? Then it's
easily and promptly remedied by Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They regulate
the system perfectly. ' Take one for a
gentle laxative or corrective; three for a
If you suffer from Constipation, In
digestion, Bilious Attacks, Sick or Bil
ious Headaches, or any derangement of
the liver, stomach, or bowels, try these
little Pellets. They bring a permanent
cure. Instead of shocking and weaken
ing the system with violence, like the
ordinary pills, they act in a perfectly
easy and natural way. They're the
smallest, the easiest to take and the
cheapest, for they're guaranteed to give
satisfaction, or your money is returned.
S. P. Smith, of Towanda, Pa.;
whose constitution was completely
broken down, is cured by Ayer'a
Sarsaparilla, He writes: . -
" For eight years, I was, most of the
time, a great sufferer from constipa
tion, kidney trouble, and indiges
tion, so that my constitution seemed
to be completely broken down. I was
induced to try Ayer'a Sarsaparilla, and
took nearly seven bottles, with such
excellent results that my stomach,
bowels, and kidneys are in perfect con
dition, and, in all their functions, as
regular as clock-work. At the time
I began taking Ayer'a Sarsaparilla, my
weight was only 129 pounds ; I now can
brag of 159 pounds, and was never in so
good health. If you could se tt7a
Cote and after using, you would want
me for a traveling
I believe this preparation of Sarsanarilla
to be the best in the market to-day."
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowall, JIass.
Cures others.will cu re you
'The warn China does not exit any figure in comparison
with Charles P. Stephens' attractions in
GENTS' FURNISHINGS, ETC.,
Since the passage of the Wilson Tariff Bill. Free-Wool Basis. -Low Prices for Everybody
Special Bargains for the next Thirty Days. y oay
- . ... -. ; ; : :
The cleansing, antiseptic and healing
qualities of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Ayer s barsaparilla is one of the few
remedies which are recommended bv
every school of medicine. Its strength,
purity, and efficacy are too well estab
lished to admit of doubt as to its super
iority overall other blood-purifiers what
ever. Ayer's Sarsarjarilla leads all.
TV.. 1 ... .
iiio umy way kj cure iever ana ague
is either to neutralize the poisons which
cause the disease or expel them irom the
system. Ayer's Ague Cure operates in
ootn ways, it is a warranted specific
lor ail forms of malarial disorders, and
never fails to cure. Try it.
Special Notice Painting Lesson.
can De proven, everv
person connected with it, or having
knowledge of the fact that the fires were
to be set, should be, when proven guilty,
condemned to death and executed by a
alow roasting process.
A cute grocer in Portland, having dis
covered that someone was in the habit
of stealing from his store, placed a trap
gun therein, and the next morning
found a dead man on the floor. The
man was a crimnal, it is true, but the
laws of the country do not recognize a
man's right to kill another either for the
oflVnee so' committed, and certainly not
in the manner. The grocer will not be
bothered by burglars soon, but at the
same time he may be sent to th n.ni.
tentiary for a few years, as the killing of
1U tQe way the grocer laid his
Burglarious visitor out is called by the
very ugiy name of manslaughter
T T T - -r r 1 ... .
.LTj.isa xeeme xioicomD will receive
pupilsin painting and drawing. Private
lessons 50 cents. Lessons in classes of
two or three 35 cents. Addrees
eep7-lw. Miss Bessie Holcomb.
HOW HIGH WILL A KITE GO?
Buy a Piano
while you can get one so
cheap. Only a few more
days, and no more will be
offered at cost. Yesterday
I sold and delivered the
dearest and finest in stock.
Only two left out of the six
advertised. Terms of pur
chase easy. Go to I. C.
Nickeleen's "Music Store and
examine the pianos. They
are worth more than they
Bell for. I have two nice
ones left. They must be
sold. - -, -
I. C NICKELSEN.
The Way He lied.
The Antelope Herald gives the follow
ing account of the manner in which
Barnard killed himself: "Tuesday
evening about 6 o'clock Barnard rode up
to his home, put up his horse and went
to the house. His mother, a sister, two
urotners ana Jant Zachery were there,
ate some pie, aranfc a cup of coffee
na seemea to relish it immensely.
This done, he informed the folks that he
had lived long enough and that he had
concmaea to bring his earthly existence
to a close. He said he had lived a man
and was going to die a man. He advised
the folks to live honest lives and to do as
near wnat was right as possible. Then
after bidding them all good bye he or
dered them to all go to the barn bo they
would not have to witness his death.
Of course they were completely dumb
founded and were reluctant about going,
but Jim was determined, and they could
do nothiiig rls than go. After they
were all in the barn Jim stepped inside
a small sleeping tent near the house and
Eighteen Hundred Feet the Maximum Al
titude That a Single Kite Can Reach.
it is one of the most difScult under
takings imaginable to even approxi
mately estimate the height of a kite
a Dove tne earth. This is on account of
the fact that objects floating in the air
eeem to De lartlier away than they
really are. It may be safely said, says
the St. Louis Republic, that 1,80 0 feet
is xne maximum altitude that can pos
sibly be attained by a single kite. A
kite flying at the height mentioned will
appear even to a conservative observer
to be nearly if. not quite a half, mile
above the surface of the earth, but a
careful measurement of a string and its
angle will quickly prove that it ,ill
not have been more than a fourth of a
mile above the ground. Ordinarily a
kite will fro no higher, even if m-
string be paid out; this is because the
wind depresses the cord and causes the
kite to really recede when it anrmars
to rise. It has been said that it is pos
sible to arrange several kites in such a
manner that they will reach a higher
altitude than it is . possible" to attain
with a single kite. In this manner
where three, four, or even a Acmm Uk
have been used remarkable heights
have been reached.
Where more than one kite is nwl
only the main one is attached to the
end of the string, the others being at
tached along the main line fin a man.
uer similar to tne arrangement of the
uvuab oiuujj ltd time ) at an aver
age distance of about twelve feet
apart.- mnlileman, who made experi
ments at Buda-Pesth, and Irlson and
"Watson, whose investigations under
the Russian Academy of Sciences were
carried on at Edeenea, Finland, report
curious results. Where single kites
could be forced up into the atmosphere
to a height of 1,500 feet, a pair could
be made to ascend to a height of from
2,000 to 2,100 feet, and a tandem easily
reached the high-water mark, of 2,500
feet. The three experimenters alluded
to believe that with a proper arrange
ment of the kites, and with a scientific
adjustment of both the tail and string,
a height of two miles will eventually
Ifo Freight will be accepted for ahln.
ment between the hours of 5 P. M. mnri
M except Live Stock and Pariah
St. Mary's Academy
THE DALLES, OR.
EE-OPENS SEPTEMBER 3d, 1894.
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
Rates per term of ten weeks,
payable in advance:
Board and Tuition......... 4n no
Entrance Fee ,imvHil ., . XX
Bed and Bedding" .. , XX
. .uic, j. j p wriung, Telegraphy,
Drawing and Painting form extra Charles.
preucn, uerman, Latin, Needlework and Vocal
Music taught free of charge to regular nnnnlT
tot juriner particulars address,
. SISTER SUPERIOR.
We again have an abundant supply of
ury nr ana bard wood for immediate
delivery at the lowest rates, and hope to
be fayored with a liberal ehare of the
fcraue- - Jos, t. IraTsaa & Co
All ' ...
city warrants registered prior to
January z, 18UZ, are now due and pay.
able at my office. Interest ceases after
tbis date. L, I. Bubget. Citv TWo
Dated Dalles City, Aug. 1, K94.
A. R. Byrkett, at" White Salmon
Wash., has a number of nnrn Vra1
r t i i . . ..
istered Al C. C. Jersev bulls of all ages,
pedigree furnished on application. Ad
drees or call on - A. R. Byrkett,
Hood River. Or.
ui. u iuur uiBMea and Look at This.
From $100 to $2,000 to loan. Apply to
. f ITT ir. "
J10. W . liOWLAND,
m 113 Third St, The Dalles, Or
H. RIDDELL attobnbt-at-Law Office
(. B. corn a. funk mmm
UFUB, A MKNEFEE ATTORNEYS - ir
LAW Raoma . 4.1 anrt ah t .
-C i. ,, Jimrance on wasnington Street
tie Dalles, Oregon.
1 H. BENNETT, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W.
V. flee in Schanno'o building, ud stairs
iles, Oregon. H
J. B. CONDON. w. CONDON.
CONDOr. & CONDON, ATVORNEYS AT LAW
Office On- COTITt Mtrrrot nr,nc; r,. i i
court house, The Dalles, Or.
B. 8. HUNTINGTON .
a. a. Wilson.
JJ. law Offices, French's block over ifirst v.
" H. WILSON Attoknbt-at-law Rooms
J' French & Co.'a bank building. Second
rtreet, The Dalles, Oregon. s
SUTHERLAND, M. I C. M.; F. T. M c'
M. C. P. and S. O., Physician and Sur-
STeOn. RonmR ft And A mioTtman hlnnV
Residence Mrs. Thnrnhnm'a.
DR. E8HELMAN (Homeopathic; Physiciam
and SoasaoN. Calls answered promptly
lay or night, city or country. Office No. 86 and
We have just received a large invoice of
SHOTGUNS and RIFLES,
which we are prepared to sell at prices up
. , to the times. Call and examine our
93 Model Winchester Shotguns
and "Take-down" Rifles, '
We will be pleased at all times to show our
; goods. See center window for display of
tna' we are offering for prices that defv
competition. J .
LOADED TO ORDER.
All gun repair work executed with neat
ness and dispatch. Guns for rent.
and "Courier" Bicycles.
MAYS & GROWE.
v a. it s E3 ,
Successor toTaul Kreft & Co.
K. O. D. DOANE PHYSICIAN AND 8UB-
. ON- Office; rooms 6 and 6 Chapman
lck. Residence: a. E. nitrnnr nnnrt .h
"Olxrth streets, sec md door from the mrnsr
ItBce hours 0 to 12 A. M., 2 to 6 and 7 to ft P. U
A 'iDDALL Dentist. Gas given lor the
i . nainlesfc extraction of teeth. A ln tooth
(n flowed aluminum tlate. Rnoma- Mim ni
e Golden Tooth. Second Street. .
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
And the Most Complete and Latest Patterns and Designs in :
WALL PAPER. WALL PAPTO
of JPETm1 the best bran.ds
A8CO LODGE, NO. 15, A. F. & A. M. Meets
first and third Monday of each month at 7
Pursuant to thp rnmmonil nf a -..rw ,.t
tlOn issued nnt nf th f'imnit r',,- r l o . . "
of Oregon for Wasco County in a suit thPi.,
ants, dated August 2d, 1894, eommandinir m A
seii au tne right, title and interest of said de-
TPtlnfinta anil aaaI n-C , j . -i . . .
. uiciu in ana to tne south
east quarter of section nine, township two south
nf qqi r .i T T . 2 .J ' "iy ioe sum
?l!a21;7.and ln,ere' thereon from June 26th,
i at the rate of ten per cent per annum and
.uc lUfUier Hum OI KNi I nttmnov'. fo ...j
j V l-utsus aua oisDursements, due to
said plaintiff from uairi HefenHuni ti. .
and to apply the surplus if any in payment of
the sum of 313.5oand interest thereof at tne
rate of ten Mr cent. tr nnnnm fwx. ij .:
9iia,S WO 0 'attorney's fee. due fISra the
n f v. . .,r" jiuBinB ro ine aeiundaut C. E
Haight. l will, on Saturday the 8th day of Sept
ber' at the hur ol 2 "'dock in the after-
noon, at the oniirtbrtnwo ta..,, A7Z
Oregon, sell all of said above described real
property at pubUc sale to the highest bidder for
cash in hand. T. J. rRTVB-5
Sheriff of Wasco County, dr.
F. Jb A. K. Co.
for sale cheap at
The Chronicle prints the news.
JJB. A. DIETRICH,
Physician, and Surgeon,
" DTjrrjK, OEEGON.
sSSF1 All professional caIIh nwmnti. .H0n
o, day and night. . 'aprM
NoHce is hereby given that bv an order of the
County Court of the i-tate of Oregon hert-tofore
made, the undersisned hnv w h.,i JZiT!
, ...v me 4 i-itiiiutAj ana acting auiu
.Du.arvxa ui me esutie ox nenry A,
A'1 P5rsons having claims against the above
named" deceased are hereby notified to present
TlVlli,. auiuc DUlltttng,
, y iiui oxa. uiuutuH irom me date of
this notice and all persons indebted to said Ik'
tate are herAhv rvmirH tn ,.Mt. ... L . , .
ertnoB. tthiw"1 v" "L"i" inaeDt-
mKf at, Dalles' City, Or., at Hood Eiver," this
10th dav nf- An mst MiOA ' 1
deteSed. hC ?State ot Henr7 Pratt,
DALLES ROYAL, ARCH CHAPTER NO. 6.
Meets in Masonic Hall the third WeHnmi..
most Skilled workmen emr.W-i rZZt-?ir??' WJT"' . a . n0ne -D
Store and fdDt Shoo cotmr Ttba aid Vuttaflra Sti.. The D.U.., Otum
f OllBKN WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
' jjiu nuou ampjNo.aa, Meets Tuesday even
mem aicu weei in rTaiernity Hall, at 7 :30 p
poLUJttUlA LODGE, NO. 6, I. O. O. P. Meets
V i. ,i rnuay evening at 7:ao o'cloclc, in K
ji f. ball, corner Second and Court streets,
sujuuriuug Drocners are welcome.
1. Clopoh. Sec'y. , H. A. Billb.N. 6.
L-KiJSNDBHIP LODGE, NO. ., K. of P. Meets
every monaay evening at 7:30 o'clock, In
fChanno's building, corner of Court and Second
oojonrmng memners are cordially in
ff w , W. L. UKADSHAW,
D. W.Vadsk. K. of R. and 8. C. c!
of P. hal
lavs of each month at 7:30 p. m.
VBonaiBir mo. 4827, K. OF L. Meets In K
of P. hall the second and fnnrth WMno.
V "t, CHRISTIAN TEMPERENCE
i 1 i"" rlu meei every tTlday afternoon
" " oi ir nawimy riMim. Ail are invited
Mks. B. J.
LODGE, DEGREE OP HONOR, NO.
ccAj t cuueuuay fvening at a o clock.
-aims. JMAMIB iJBIGGS, C. of H.
'UK DALLES LODGE No. 2, I.O.O T Rest-
r ftfD o.. ii ' ' J " r. n., a'
w x. nail. J . H. WINZT.KB I"! T
DiNKMORg Parish, Sec'y.
paairijt LOWiS , NO. 3, A. O. D. W. Meets
m. axi rrawriuty tlHli. over Keilnra An finonnri
Teet, Thursday evenings at 7:81).
C. F. STEPHENS,
Financier. m. W
W. a Mykrs,
I "mmo h POoT, No. 82, G. A. R. Meets
-j biwj oamiuav hi v:au p. v in tho u ft i
A MERICAN RAILWAY UNION. Kn An
JTX. Meets second and fourth Thnr.Ha,
month in K. of P. halL
w. H. jokes, Sec'y
. W. Rbady.
R hr E-7"Me8,t8,?TerT Sunday afternoon in
Ad. Keller is now
located at "W H.
Butts' old stand,
and will be lad
to wait upon his
3E8ANG VEREIN-Meets every, Snnda
VJT. evening (n the K. of P. Hall.
OF L, F. DIVISION, No. 167 Mwt. fr,
K. of P. Hall the firnt otiH tK1i ...1
lay of each month, at 7:30 p. m. ..
The Merchant Tailor,
Old Rvtxiqtry Building,
Washington Street, between Second
bet. Second and Third,
iW-Has Just received the latest styles in
Suitings for Gentlemen,
and hs a large assortment of Fortlgn. and Amer
lean Cloths, which he can finish To Order for
those that favor him. r
Gleaning and flepaMng a Specialty.
THE CALIFORNIA WINEHOUSE.
. ALL KINDS OF
California Wines at Low Prices.
F$EE DELIVE5V TO flflY PflIT OF TJffi CITY.
Call on or address CHflS. BECHT' The Dalles, OP.
Hand-Corded Coraeta, Health Reform Waists
Nursing Corsets, Misses' Waists, Children's Waists
bnoulder Braces and Hose Supporters made to order
At the Pacific Corset Company's Factory, north
east of the Fair Grounds. It desired each garment
will be fitted before being finished. Call at the fac
tory and examine our goods, or drop a card in the
office, and our agent will call and secure your order.
CA1V T ORTITH X Plimnil " t;-
RPt "pswCT and an honest opinion, write to
DIUNN & CO.. who have had nearly Shy years'
experience In the patent business. Commnw
tions strictly eonfldentlal. A Handbook of In!
formation ooncerning Patents and how to ob
tain thnm umt. fro., a lu . M..inm.A n T.
teal andTcienUni rbookTsentfreeT'"
Patents taken through Mann Sc Co. reenlM
special notice in the Scientific Am erica
tbos a brought widely before tl public
?L2,tne. tavej;to: Thl splendid paper!
imuiniiiccju, cibkiiuu iiinsxrarea, aas by farthA
few? steals, isiasseSS
Notice to Creditors.
Notice fit hRrpliT tHvAn thof 1 .
j o t a iiaio, mc uiiuci n 1 if 11 tm
has by the County Court of the State of Oregon
for Wasco county, in probate, been appointed
administrator of thamtaianf rtivii.rr
deceased. All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby required to present them,
with proper vouch rs, to me at the law office 01
Condon fc Condon, The Dalles, Oregon, within
six months from the date of this notice.
Dated July 28, 1894.
HANS LAGE, Administrator.
, Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat-
ent business conducted for Modcr atc Fees
OUB OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U.S. PATENT OFFICE
1 and we can secure patent in leas time th.n ihna.
Send model, drawing: or photo., with descrip
1 tlon. We advise, if natent.hla nr
charge. Our tee oot due till patent is secured. ,
, H PAMFHLaT, nvw ID UDUQ ritSltS, ' WM
1 cost of same in the U. S- mnA Xm: ..im
. patent Office, Washington, d. C.
All work promptly attended to, .
now be found at ' 162 Second