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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
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Address all communication to THE CHRON
IOU." The Dalles, Oregon.
preparing for war in time of peace. "
Goldendale Sentinel : Wherever Klick
itat eoee with her fruits, wheat, vege
tables, flour, lumber. fine stock, and I
racing horses she takes the persimmon.
There is no place on God's footstool
more favored : bnt one thine we lack-
connection by rail with ' the outside
world, and that we must have sooner or
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2i, 1S95
S A Big Job
Following is the list of letters remain
ine in the- postoffice at The Dalles un
called for Oct. 26, 1895. Persons calling
for the same will eive date on which
they were advertised
Fall Winter Drv Goods,
Ej&BJCnr GOOD'S. ) : '
Boys' and Men's Clothing', Hats and Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c.
"The Regulator Line'
Tie Dalles, Portland and. Astoria
It ould be a big job to
tell one hundred people
every day anything that
would interest them in
Its Dead Easy
Beckford. Mr '
Corum, H T
Officer, C W
Smith finch, Mr
If done the right way.
This paper will tell sev
eral thousand at once.
FEDERAL BANK SUPERVISION.
Says the Globe Democrat : The stock
holders of the collapsed Firet National
Bank of Sedalia have raised a new legal
question in their attempt to evade the
assessment made upon them for the pay'
ment of the outstanding liabilities
Tbey hold that they should not be re
quired thus to make good the losses that
ensued in spite of the supervision of the
government through its bank examiner.
In other words, they claim that they
were released from liability when the
government permitted the bank to run
along in a bad condition. The plea is a
plausible one, but it is hardly to be ex
pected that any court will consent to
help stockholders out of a bad place by
such means. Toere is nothing in the
laws pertaining to the national banking
system which can be interpreted as mak
ing the government a guarantor of the
absolute correctness of the investigations
of its bank examiners. The fact is no
torious that such investigations are
rarely, if ever, thorough and reliable
Even when the examiner is competent
and anxious to perform good service, he
can be deceived more or less by the offi
cera ol tne bank, and ms report may
represent a condition existing during his
presence only, to be changed as soon as
his back is turned. Deceptions of this
kind have occurred so often that when
a new one happens it does not cause any
Ab a matter of fact, all forms of bank
supervision are defective in some re
spects, and it will not do to depend upon
them except in a general way and under
favorable conditions. It is only occa
sionally that a federal bank examiner
discovers that a bank is in a shaky con
dition, or that some of its officers or em
ployes are stealing its assets. As a rule,
such discoveries are made by accident,
or Dy the confession of guilty parties,
and the persons most surprised are those
who should have found out the facts
long before by reason of their relation to
the business of the institution. There
is a constant tendency on the part of tbe
best banks and other concerns handling
large amounts of money to impose closer
restrictions upon their employes, and to
introduce more effective plans of super-
vision. The directors of all kinds of cor
portions are tatting more interest in
their duties and acting upon a higher
sense of responsibility. Much of this
improvement is due to the guarantee
jiiuciumiy companies, wnicu. nave so
much at stake in the integrity of their
patrons; but there. is reason to believe
also, that the necessity of self-protection
has led to the adoption of better methods
of surveillance and detection by private
firms and companies. Iu due course of
time, federal bank supervision will prob
ably be made adequate and satisfactory
ana until then, stockholders will be ob
liged to pay the losses which it does not
The South Carolina Constitutional
Convention has adopted an article re
quiring all state officers to make oath L
that they also swear that they have not
taken part in any lynching was lost:
Cummings, C C
Guist, J D
Hill, E D
Palmer, J M
Samuel, J T
Turner, Mrs J A
J. A. Crosskn, P.
From Far Away Ceylon.
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Freigfii ana Passenger Line
liARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM.
We took great pains, while we were in New York City recently, to obtain the best
I have received direct from the Island
of Cevlon a larne consignment of its
justly celebrated teas. The extraordin
ary success which has attended the grow
ing of the tea plant in Ceylon is phenom
enal. Ten or twelve years ago a few
planters experimented growing tea,
(the coffee crop, for which the island
was formerly famous, being entirely de
stroyed by a blight) with the result that
Great Britain alone consumes annually
190,000,000 pounds of these teas which
would be a small matter to what would
be consumed in our country, when
Americans realize the splendid qualities
of Ceylon. These teas are prepared by styles at low and DODular nrices. The rrofits on our entire stock of Drv Goods. Clothing.
modern machinery and picked by the ghoes, etc., we have cut down to the minimum; but we wish to remind our customers that
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comparable in their strength, purity and flll-CB alG LVCt- muu ve uo nut uiiu cctiinui, auow akj 01 o per uenu uiscouni
Economy is also a most important
factor in the use of these teas ; one pound
being equal in strength to two pounds of
China, it is only necessary to use half
the quantity you would of any other.
To make good tea is a very simple
matter. Use an earthenware teapot and
ponr on the water as soon as it boils,
allowing five minutes to draw. Water
which has been previously boiled should
never be used. W. A. JoIxstox,
cepted) between The Dalles
Dalles at 7 a.m..
cade Locke with
(Oak street dock) at 6 a. m., connect
ing with Steamer Regulator for The
.08 and Port-
Regulator leaves The
connecting at the Cas
Steamer Dalles City.
City leaves Portland
One way. . . .
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced.
All freight, except ' car lots,
will be brought through, with
out delay at Cascades.
Shipments for Portland received at
any time day or night. Shipments for
way landings must be delivered before
h p. m. Live stock shipments solicted.
Call on or address,
W. C. ALLAWAY
TH E-DALL.ES. OREGON
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.
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Mr. J. K. Fowler, secretary and treas
urer of the Corinne Mill, Canal and
Stock Co., of Corinne, Utah, in speaking
ef Chamberlain's Cough Remedy says:
"I consider it the best in the market.
I have ueed many kinds but find Cham
berlain's the most prompt and effectual
in giving relief, and now keep no other
in my home." When troubled with a
cough or coM give this remedy a trial
and we assure you that you will be more
than pleased with the results. For sale
by Blakelcy & Houghton, Druggists.
Will require between $120 and $15').
Will give a half interest to a responsible
party, who furnishes cash for patenting
two "staple articles. Must give $1,000
bonds until patents are approved of.
Answpr "Ptnt i?.r Chrnniple-
TolejJliono 3NTo- SS.
Successor to Chrlsman fc Corson.
jOBm. FULL, LINE OF
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
Again in business at the old star;d. I would be pleased to
see all my former patrons. Free delivery to any part of town.
Ish'T Your Wife.
Weaker than she was -when you married her i She shows
lack of energy, lack of vitality, poor digestion, and suffers
from ills common to women r Have you ever tried to help
her? If so, yon haven't gone the right way about it, if
yon haven't got a case of ...
DR. HENLEY'S CELERY, BEEF Hib IROH
That will make her strong and well, and bring back
the roses to her cheeks, and the bright happy look to her
eyes. Don't waste a moment. Get it for her to-day.
SALE BY BLAEELEY & HOUGHTON".
EDITORIAL COMMENTS FROM THE
Moro Observer: Congressman .Ellis
declined to talk politics m Pendleton a
few days since. He observed, however,
that he is watching the republican stock
market and is pleased with what in, his
opinion, is a decidedly bullish, move
ment. Pendleton Tribune: It has only tak
en the United States government twenty
years to build the Monaduock, which is
to be given a trial trip at Mare Island
the lattar part of this week, and yet
there are people who deny the fact that
this government is bestiring iteelf in
it you want to preserve
apples, don't cause a break
in the skin. The germs of
decay thrive rapidly there.
So the germs ot consump
tion find good soil for work
when the lining of the throat
and lungs isbruised, made
raw, or injured by colds and
coughs. Scott's Emulsion,
with hypophosphites, will
heal inflamed mucus mem
branes. The time to take
it is before . serious damage
has been done. A 5o-cent
bottle is enough for an or
dinary cold. r.
SO cents and $1.00
Scott & Bowne, Chemists, New York.
1 ,000,000 People Wear
1 WJJ)onglas Shoes
Largest and Most Complete Display ever made of the Resources. Industries, Commerce, Busi
ness, Agricultural!, Forests. Minos, fruit, Fisheries, Manufactures, and i'raas
poitatiou Facilities of tlie Great Pacific Northwest.
Fine Music, Special Attractions Every Day. Reduced Rate on '
all Transportation Lines.
Single. Admission 25c
Children under 19 years IOC
Season Tickets 3.00
E. C. MASTEN, Secretary.
For Exhibit Space apply at the Expo
sition ISullding to
C. H. HUNT, Supt.
THE CALIFORNIA WINE HOUSE,
JOBBING AND RETAILING OF
Pure CALIFORNIA WINES and BRANDIES
At prices lower than ever. Greatest assortment of
Liquors. Also Columbia Brewery Beer on draught.
CHAS. BECKT, Prop.,
THE DALLES, OR.
When tbe Train stops at TBE DALLES, get off on the South Side
ftEW COLiUBlR HOTEIi.
This large and popular House aoes the principal hotel business.
ana is prepared to lunusn me iiest Accommoaauons 01 an
Mouse in tne City, ana at tne low raie 01 .
$1.00 per Day. - pirst Qass Teals, 25 Cepts
Office for all Stage I-lnes leavlnc The Dalles for all
points in Eastern Oregon and Kastern Washington,
in this Hotel.
Corner of Front and Union Sta.
T. T. NICHOLAS, Propr.
Wear W. X,. Doua-laa shoes and ssts from
SI.eO to S3. OO m pair. All Styles nd
Widths. Tbe advance in leather has Increased ihe
price of other makes, but the quality and prices of
W. C. DohsIsi shoes remain tbe same.
Take no substitute ; see that name and price Is stamped
aa sole. W. aV. Jtsorlas, Bsouktox , Mass. Sold by
CHAS. F. STEPHENS.
GIVEN BY THE DALLES ORCHESTRA UNION,
The Dalles at
Locks at 2:30
8 a. m.; returning
Round Trio, 50c.
Tickets can be procured at principal "business houses, or from members of the
Orchestra. The entire Brass Band -will be in attendance.