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Tlie Balles Daily Chronicle.
SUBSCRIPTION . KATE8.
BY MAIL, PORA61 niMU), III ADYAKCB. ,
Weekly, 1 year. i 60
" S months 0 75
Dally, 1 year i. 6 00
6 month. 8 00
- per " 0 50
Address all communication to THE CHRON
ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon.
"WEDNESDAY, - - AUGUST 14. 1895
forcible, and incisive writers the Pacific
const, or indeed the nation, has known
Do You Know a Good Thing
WHEN YOU TASTE IT? IF SO YOU
WILL NEVER BE WITHOUT ..
Bring in Your Family
His success in journalism was due to
the freedom from the obsequiousness
which characterizes the ordinary city
newspapers, and makes them too much
the flatterers of public whims and
errors, instead of the moulders of public
opinion. San Franripco journalism can
ill afford to lope a Pixley.
Come in Yourself,
EF AHD IfaOET
And see how cheaply we can dress all of you. -. . .
THE FEELING IS THE SAME
The Astorian re-prints Tbk Chroni
cle's comments concerning Secretary
Kincaid, and adds:
Astoria has been the beneficiary of a
taste of this desire, so apparent in Mr.
Kincaid, to get bold- of everything in
eight, and probably the action to which
e have reference was more pica vanish
and contemptible than any charge men
tioned by The Chronicle. A state com
mission to represent Oregon t the
Mexican exposition was appointed by
Governor Lord some mouths ago.
These gentlemen, seltcted by the gover
nor to represent our state, and to devise
ways and means to contribute to her
honor and further fame abroad, were
chosen by the chief executive with
special reference to their fitness for the
position, and all felt flattered by the
selection. A few weks after the ap
pointments were made each of the com
missioners received . nis credentials,
signed by the governor and containing
the seal of the state, accompanied by a
letter from Mr. Kincaid, in which that
individual made a demand for $2 for
affixing the seal. This was not only an
insult a tax upon a man's willingness
to serve his fellow-citizens but a de
liberate attempt to obtain money to
which we are tirmly convinced the sec
retary of state had no legitimate or hon
We are indeed sorry that a man who
stoops. to such methods should hold a
high position among us. More eorry
till that such a man calls himself a re
publican, which he is not. It is time
that his whole official record should be
investigated, and that the public should
know whether Mr. Kincaid, dressed in
a little brief authority, is to be allowed
any longer to dishonor the whole state
A gentleman residing at The Dalles
was one of Gov. Lord's appointees to
represent Oregon at the Mexican expo
eition, and he too had occasion to feel
the insult of a dun from the economical
secretary of state.
PORTLAND S A VISGS BANK.
' It is poor commendation to . the re
ceiver of the Portland Savings bank
that a committee is necessary to haBten
liquidation or investigate. We don't
know much about running a bank, and
less about receiverships, but it strikes
us that the management of the Portland
Savings Bank is a disgrace to the direc
tors nnd to the city of Portland. ' Peo
ple throughout the state placed ' their
money in that savings bank, in full,con
fidence that it would be safely cared
for and wisely invested. The depositors,
or very many of them, could ily afford
to loose their deposits; but since the
first closing of the bank, and in fact for
several days before the first closing, it
bas apparently been managed for the
exclusive benefit of officers and em
ployes. Now the means which should
go to- the depositors is being devoured
by receivers' expenses 2nd fees.
It may be all right, but it doesn't look
that way to the poor man who has a de
The ' situation of the wool men is
much better than a year ago. Last eea
eon many wool growers shipped their
fleeces upon consignment, and instead
of receiving further returns, had the un
usual and distasteful experience of re
funding part of the advance money for
freight charges. ' This . summer very
little, if any, wool was shipped from
The Dalles upon consignment. The
wool was sold outright to buyers, who
were ready with their check books to
draw from fund9 in the banks. Many
' store-bills and accounts of long stand
ing were paid by wool men, and the
channels of trade received an increased
flow of money. The rise in wool does
not offer any campaign arguments for
the democrats, however. ' It was not
due to the glorious workings of a free
trade-system. The price had gone so
low that further production was impos
sible at that figure." Many producers
had diminished their flocks, and the de
crease in amount between this year and
last is estimated from 64,000,000 to 100,-
000,000 pounds.. Wool will never re
gain Us old level till a republican execu
tive and republican "congress rule the
The humane and civilized everywhere
will rejoice if the report that Gen.
Campos has reeigned aBd recommended
that Cuba be given the right to govern
herself, prove to be authentic. We fear
it is not true; but it ought to be.
Cubans have manifested a persistency,
courage and determination in its strug
gle for liberty that entitles them to a
peace accompanied by self-government,
without further slaughter.
.A Druggist's Semi-Annual Report.
We hear many comments upon the
'improved condition of the streets since,
the loose rocks' and . debris have been
raked up. A little attention will keep
them in good condition, and. the public
will appreciate the attention thus given
, ta them.,., There are a few rough places
on Washington,, between Third and
Fourth, which could be greatly improved
by smoothing down or filUng in the
holes. ' ."'.
In the death of Frank Pixley San
Francisco loses one of the most fearless
Some four or five months ago the peo
ple of The Dalles were notified of a new
drugstore to be opened next door to the
First National Bank, and almost directly
opposite A. M. v llliams A Cu.'s store.
The general opinion then prevailed that
two stores were plenty, and a third
store must therefore starve. But surely
we are yet alive, and daily assuring our
patrons, aa well as the public in general,
of our success. The doctors of our pros
perous citywho are well able to judge
our work, all acknowledge the efficient
work done on their prescriptions, for
most assuredly there , never was any
better, neater, more accurate or precise
work done in this city than is at present
done at this store.
Our stock of drugs is getting more
complete every day. As we learn the
wants of the people, so io we add to our
stock, never aiming to attain such an
immense quantity as to give it a chance
to get old; but always buy in such
amounts as to enable us to order fre
quently, thereby keeping our stock al
ways in a fresh and healthful condition.
We know the drug business, and per
chance not much else ; but we are judges
as to the quality of drugs, and therefore
must know what we sell you when you
give us a call. Come and ask for infor
mation, if nothing else.
M. Z. Donnkll,
Prescription and all-around Drnggist,
Deutsche Apotheke, Telephone No. 15.
COVERED WITH SCALES
Eczema In Worst Form
Face a Loathsome Sight
Could not Leave Houso
HAD TO SACRIFICE HAIR
In Despair Dismiss Doctors
and Begin the Use of
In Three Weeks Scales Cone
In Six Weeks Cure is Complete
About four year 4 ago Eczema made ItB ap
pearance on my head in its worst form. A
was attended by two physicians, but notwitn
standing their t oatmentitcontinued spread
ing, until my face was covered with sea lee
and became a horrid loathsome siht. Foi
three months I id not leave the house, and
people passing would turn and look back
when seeing me at tbj window. 1 had a lino
head of hair, seven years jrrowth, and had to
sacrifice it. I was in despair. The I hysicianB
hail failed even to relievo me, when one of .
them recommended Cuticuua Soap. Sty
father dfsmissed the doctors and procured a
full Bet of Cuticuua Remedies. 1 com
menced using them according to directions, .
and in three weeks from the time I focpan,
the scales had: left my face and the skin lost
its florid hue. In nix week J -o entirely
cured. My f ice was smooth and my com
plexion clearer and finer than it hail ever
been before. I used three boxes of Cuticuua,
one half dozen cakes of Cuticura Soap, and
one bottle of Cuticura Reilve'T. Persons
having any doubt about this testimonial be
ing genuine, can write to my address anil I
will cheerfully tell them nioro about Cl'H
Miss MARION A. SMITH, Sunbury, Ta.
The almost miraculous cures daily effected
by Cuticura Remedied prove them to be the
greatest skin cures, blood purifiers, and
umor remedies ever compounded.
Rpeedy Curb Treatment. Warm baths
with Cuticura Soap, gemle npplicalion of
Cuticura (ointment), and mild doses of Cuti
cura ItESOLVENT (blood purifier).
How to Cure Every $kln IMsease," free.
Pottkk DBPff a Chem. Cor- Sole Pro pa . Bortaw.
WALLA WALLA, WASB.
The location unexcelled, instrnction
thorough, expenses low.
Three Courses Classical. Scientific
and Literary--in both the College and
Academy. Conservatory of Music- and
Department of Elocution and Oratory
greatly enlarged. All lines of- work
strengthened ; good influences assured ;
outlook in all directions brighter than
Fall term opens Sept. 18th. For an
nouncements and further particulars,
Peks't Whitman College,
augl - - Walla Walla, Wash. ,
EVE, EflS, flOSEandTflROftT
DR." WADE, (T. C. 5., London, member of
the British Medical Association, formerly
o- ullst and aurist to the Victoria Kol .InMleo
Hospital), has opei.ed an ofllce for the practice
ot the above specialties, at rooms ."104-5 S, Mar
qmtm Building-, Portland, Or. Office hours. Wi
to 12 a. m.; 8 to & and at 8 p. m. jlylSlin
QUIETS AND STRENGTHENS THE NERVES
BUILDS UP THE SYSTEM
PURIFIES AND ENRICHES THE BLOOD
NATURE'S.BUILOER. AND TONIQ
FOR SALE BY BLAKELEY & HOUGHTON".
That Johnston is selling goods cheaper than
anybody? His goods are the freshest, and he
always carries what you want. He buys for
cash and gives his customers the benefit. Try
LXJ.LXI. dUU. ecu XI XI) o tiu.
Johnston's Grocery : Store,
No. 113 "Washington St.
Closing Out Sale :
of DRY GOODS aw
CLOTHING-. FTTRNTSHLNG. GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CAPS.
Past or present values cut no figure, as goods
MUST be SOLD LESS than COST.
Ghe.We a Call.
J. P. McINERNY
STUBLING & WILLIAMS, Props.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS.
'' . All brands of Imported Liquors, Ale and Porter, .
and Genuine Key West Cigars. A Full Line of .
CALIFORNIA - WINES - AND - BRANDIES
Twelve-y-ar-old Whiskey, strictly pure, for medicinal purposes. '
Bext Malt IJquor. Cnlnmbla llrm rr; Krrr mi Urnlght. -
Agenib for the Celebrated rab.t Mil waukeo Beer.
No. 94 Second Street,
THE DALLES, OR
Where she can get nice
;, Vegetables. '
Where to get the nicest
Where nice, fresh, Gro
ceries are kept. '
Where she can get them
in a hurry if she
Call or Telephone.
J. B. CROSSEN,
Ask Central for 62.
', Advertise in Tn Chkonich.
The above ' association ; is
prepared to take a list of all
arid any kind of Real Estate
ior sale or exchange, whereby
the seller-will have the undi
vided assistance of the follow
ing Real Estate Asents. or
a - . . . . J
ganized as an association - for.
the purpose of inducing lm
migration to Wasco and Sher
man Counties, and generally
stimulating the sale of prop
,-. G E. Bayard, T. A. Hud
son, J. G. Koontz & Co.. J..M
Huntington & Co.x Dufur &
Hill, N. Whealdon, Gibons &
Marden, G. VW Rowland. .
Address" any of - the above
well known' firms, or
J. H. Huntington, 'Sec
The Dalles, Oregon.
Men's Suits, Boy's Suits, Silks, Sating
LACE3, WOOLENS, COTTON'S, LINENS,
Everything from Hat to Shoes, for everyone. All new stoc
G. F STEPHENS
. When the Train sttjs at THE DALLES, get off on the South Side
This large and popular House aoes the principal hotel baslneaa,
and ia prepared to fnrnlab the Best Accommodations of an
House la the city, and at tfae low rate of ,
$i.oo per Day. - pirst Qass Teals, 25 Cegts
Office for al) Stave X.lea 1tIiik The Dallea for all
. potnta Ib Kaataxm OreffuQ ud a'aata ra WMhlDftua,
In Utla liotal.
Corner of Front and Union Bta.
T. T. NICHOLAS, Propr.
GEORGE RUCH, ,
(Sacoessor to Cnri&man A Corson.
FULL LINE OF
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
Again a business at the old Ptar;d. I would h pleased to
see all my formei patrons. Free delivery to any part of town.
New Man ! New Prices! New Goods
Having just purchased the store of H. Moses & Co.,
am prepared to meet all competition. A large, invoice of
Bought for cash at low rates, enables me to sell closelv
My stock is complete, and prices to suit the times,
I SELL FOR CASH,
And give moie for a dollar than anO other 'store in Th
Dalles. Give me a call and examine for yourself. "'
B. A. HUNSAKER,
Successor to. H. Moses & Go., adjoining. the Diamond Mill
Opposition We Invite.
Competition We "Defx
AUGUST BUCHLER, PropV.
This- ' well-known Brewery is now turning oat the. best "Beer and Porte
east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good healtlf
ful Beer have been, in troduaed, and ony. the first-clasa article will be placed o
he-market. . , .
Tfco TysrH Vat
Ask Vanbibber & Wbrsley for it.
Every Square is Full Weight.
I'inx.si'iaroisrs iisro. so.
Bepairs M Sooflno
MAINS TAPPED TJNDER PRESSURE.
thsp on Third Street, next door west of Youne & Kuer
- xiacKBmiin onop.