The Dalles My Chronicle. The only Republican Daily Newspaper in Wasco bounty. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. BY MAIL, P08TAGK rBIFAID, IK ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year I 1 80 6 months 0 5 8 DaHy, 1 year 8 00 6 months 300 Tier 0 60 Address all communication to " THE CHSON ICU," The Dalles, Orezoa. - MONDAY. JANUARY 20, 1896 EXTRA SESSION TALK. - The extra session project died an early death, and the mourning throughout the state will be confined to a few politicians whose efforts to eecnre certain concts eions which would give them greater power, are frustrated. The people at large are willing to let well enough alone and eve om passion ior the hard working political ringsters, who are bo sorely disappointed, will not move them to sanction the convening of the legisla ture. The belief is becoming general that Joe Simon ' and his friends had some job they wished to get through the legislature, and the following from the East Oregonian gives what is probably the inwardness of the matter: "A gentleman who has been mingling with the political managers in Portland lias some vigorous thing3 to say on the subject of an extra session of the legisla ture, the calling of which is being advo cated by the Portland Oregonian and some of the state papers. The Orego nian has openly made request of Gov ernor Lord that he call the session, and since it has learned that the governor lias made up his mind not to call the session, the paper has indulged in some sharp rebukes to his excellencv, the chief executive of the state of Oregon It appears to be the element in Portland lieaded by Joe Simon that is making the request Jor a special session. And it is understood that tho chief thing desired is the passage of the Portland charter bill, which Mr. Simon brought into the legislature last Eession and the legisla tors turned down. This charter was an absolute necessity, so well informed men say, to Joe Simon s maintaining his supremacy in Portland and Oregon, and it is yet a necessity. The Humo and Hall, factions in Portland have made such progress that Mr. Simon must do something to check them. The charter bill will do this. Ordinarily, it would be impertinence for the people in other cities to take a hand in what appears to be a local fight. But, inasmuch as Portland is Oregon's metropolis, and to Bucb a large extent dominates the poli tics of the state and now asks the people to pay for an extra- session to handle its affairs, the people at large are jus.ified in taking more than a passing interest in the contest." THE REED MOVEMENT. The Heed movement in New England, which has begun to take practical shape, was expected as a matter of course. The speaker, says the Globe-Democrat, is the biggest man whom New England has had since Blaine's days of promises, and .Blaine was the greatest man in his lo caiuy Eince weDster. iiiaine was a . much greater politician than Webster, though far below him in some other par ticulars, for Webster never obtained the presidential nomination of his united party. Webster bad even greater ill "fortune in this respect than John Sher man has ever suffered. The delegates whom he supposed would be his were znore elusive, when the voting time came, than those "pledged" to Sher man. Blaine, however, was not fooled in this way. Most of the delegates who promised to support him always stuck. The probability is that Reed will be equally fortunate. Presidential booms are usually launched about this time. The Repub lican National convention is only five months away, and the selection of dele gates will soon begin to be a matter of immediate concern. "Demonstrations" in the interest of the different aspirants are now in order. Reed, McKinley, Harrison and Allison "conclaves," "con spiracies" and "rallies" may be looked ior frequently now until the convention meets. Everybody who has any prefer ence at all in the matter of the selection of the candidate will soon begin to show it. The liberty of choice is not often -wider than it is in . the present case. This liberty relates to locality as well as to the general attributes of the aspir ants. The far East, the far West and the central West are represented by the candidates, while the divergencies in temperament and characteristics among them are equally conspicuous. Speaker Reed is in a peculiarly trying position for a presidential aspirant. To a man of his positive character and im mense influence the speakership carries with it the leadership of his party in the Louse. For every partisan measure which is reported by any of the commit tees he will be held responsible. The tariff bill now before the senate is called the Dingley bill, but the people will consider it a Reed measure, and mete out praise or blame to him according as they divide on that measure's merits. He will be prominently in the fore ground until lone after the convention has done its work, while his chief rivals McKinley and Harrison, in "private Eta lion, can keep in the shadow. Even Al lison is far less conspicuously visible, for he is not a leader, and his branch is not likely to be the scene this year of any contest which will bring him into espe cial prominence. The speaker stands a chance to either make or 'mar his po litical fortunes in the next five months Thus far, however, in the session he has undoubtedly strengthened his hold on his party. Pendleton's I'olut of TIew. A good-natured rivalry has sprung up between Pendleton and The Dalles re garding their commercial advantages and growth. The following article from the Pendleton Tribune gives that paper's views upon this question and its loyalty to Pendleton is commended. However the statement made by The Chronicle that $600,000 was paid into The Dalles for wool during the past season is ap proximately correct, and for the number of pounds 6,000,000 is a much more cor rect estimate than the 5,000,000 allowed by the Tribune. The price paid per pound here ranged in some instances over 12 cents, while large quantities sold for 11 In Pendleton the prices ranged much lower. We envy Pendleton her woolen mill and scouring mill, but The Dalles will not concede that Pendleton sur passes her as being the wool emporium of the West. All the more reason why woolen manufacturies should be estab lished here, where the natural product is at our door and transportation rates by reason of an open river, so cheap, Here are the Tribune's remarks : In another column will be found an interesting article from The Dalles Chboxicle under the caption, "Time to Advance," wherein the opinions ex pressed, by commercial travelers con- cerning the leading towns in Oregon are referred to, supplemented by a deserved tribute to fendleton, which is acknowi edged by The Dalles paper to be a 'lusty rival." Tub Chhoniclb says that for wool alone $600,000 was disbursed bv The Dalles banks last summer. "The Tribune is willing to admit that The Dalles leads as the wool market of Eastern Oregon, but is inclined to be lieve that the figures quoted above are too high. Conservative- estimates place the amount of wool handled at The Dalles at about 5,000,000 pounds. This is in excess of the number of pounds shipped from Pendleton last year by about one million. It should be borne in mind, however, that while The Dalles for years past has led as the great wool center, the nam ber of pounds handled at this point pre vious to the establishment of the scour ing mill, leBS than two years ago, never exceeded a million and aquatter. A lusty rivalY" it would seem so, when it is known that not until last year nas it become generally known to the people of Eastern Oregon, that the rife competition existing between local buv ers combined with the other advantages she possesses, Pendleton easily leads as the most advantageous shipping point ior tne wool men of the inland Empire It is now confidently expected that during the present vear Pendleton will handle over 6,000,000 pounds of wool, nor will she then have arrived at the zenith of ber possibilities as the great entrepot of the wool product of .Eastern Oregon. the people of Pendleton are deserving of the enviable reputation they enjoy as reliable ana enterprising business men, who never fail to contribute toward any scneme calculated to benefit the town, but the fact should not be lost sight of mat nature has done much for .fendle ton, and that it is to ber natural re sources that the people of this city are largely indebted for the city's Tapid strides to the goal of her ambition the ideal inland city of the state leading all others as a commercial and manufactur ing center. For Sale Cheap. Six lots, nicely located in Power's ad dition to Astoria, Oregon. Must be sold quick on account of sickness. Apply to A. S. Mac Alhster, at this office. For Sale. A couple of sleighs. Inquire al this office. jl6-dwlw Four Dollars a Cord. Four dollars will now buy a cord of good oak wood delivered at your wood shed. We will eell at this price for a time to reduce our stock. . ;decI8-tf . Jos. T. Peteks & Co. Betray. Bull taken up on December 1, 1895. Black, nieoley'; branded G L. Owner can have the same by paying for win tering and this advertisement. William Floyd," j!7-d&w2w 5-Mile. Hot clam broth at 4 o'clock today at J. O. Mack's, 67 Second street. Notice. All warrants" outstanding against Dalles City are now due and payable at my office. Interest ceases on and after this date. C. J. Ceandaia.- July 15th, 1895. - City Treas. Oiiitae -Difference I Wheiher You Suffer From INSOMNIA -SKirSRE FRESHING SLEEP NERVOUS DEBILITY-BXCBT-SOUND NERVES -GENERAL DEBILITY9aVGOOD CONSTITUTION DYSPEPSIA a-FINE DIGESTION THE BLUES -eCaaWB RIGHT SPIRITS IMPURE BLOOD "'WCIP'A GOOD CONSTITUTION DR. HENLEY'S CELERY, DEEP AHh IRON Will Cure these Diseases AND Bring all these Blessings FOR SALE BY BLAKELEY & HOUGHTON". When yog -mm to bay Seed Wheat, feed Wheat, Rolled Barley, Whole Barley, Oats, Rye, Bran, Shorts, Or anything n the Feed Line, go to the WASCO : WAREHOUSE. Our prices are low and our c;oocls are first-clasc Aeents for the celebrated WA1STBURG "PEFRLESS" FLOUR. Highest cash price paid for WHEAT, OATS and BARLEY. J. O. MKCK, pine Cliines Domestic and St. Louis and Milwaukee Columbia THE OLD ORO 67 Second St. , - - The success that has attended the use of Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lin iment in the relief of pain and in curing diseases which seemed beyond the reach of medicine, has been truly remarkable. Hundreds supposed to be crippled for life with arms and legs drawn up crooked or distorted their muscles with ered or contracted by disease have been cured through the nee of this remedy. Price 25c, 50 and $1.00 per bottle. For sale by Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co. It May Do aa Much for You. . Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., writes that he had a severe kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was af fected. He tried meoy so called Kidney cures but without any good result. About a year ago he began to use Electric Bit ters and found relief at once. Electric Bitters is especially adapted to cure of all Kidney and Liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price 50c and $1.00. At Blakeley & Houghton's Drug Store. When Baby was sick, ire gave her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When she became Hiss, she clung to Castorla. mien she had Children, she gave them Castorla. Baoklen't "Aiinca salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion. Or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Blakeley and Houghton, druggists. If suffering with piles, it will interest you to know that De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will cure them. This medicine is a specific for all complaints of this char acter, and if instructions (which are simple) are carried out, a cure will re sult. We have tested this in numerous cases, and always with like results. It never fails. Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co. Dr. Shields, an eminent physician of Tennessee, says: "I regard Ayer's Sar eaparilla as the best blood medicine on earth, and I know of many wonderful cures effected by its use." Physicians all over the land have made similsr statements. There are many good reasons why you should use One Minute Cough Cure. There are no" reasons why you should Mrs. W. H. Swain dressmaker. The best work and lowest prices guaranteed. i27-dlw Subscribe tor The Chronicle and get the news. Or Are Healthy and Ea?e -DEALER IN- and Lriquofs, Key West Cigars, Bottled Beer. Brewery Beer on Draught FINO STAND. - The Dalles, Oregon. Horsemen, Attention! Horsemen should not overlook the Rural Spirit stake for - 2-year-olds. A sweepstake of $25 each for 2-year-olds raised in Oregon, Washington and Idaho nominations and $5 due March 1, 1890; $10 payable May 1, 1896, and $10 night before the race. Non-thoroughbreds allowed ten pounds: winner of two or more 2-year-old races to carry five pounds penalty. To be run in the fail of 1896 over the track offering the most added money. Entries to be made with M. D. Wisdom, Hamilton building, Portland, Or. Tbe BtnbllDK Green House. We wish to announce that we have complete stock of the following designs : Masons, Odd Fellows, Elks ; Knights or Jf ythias rf kinds; Workmen, Wood men, Red Men, Firemen's Triumph & Helmet, Eastern Star; Lyres, 2 sizes Wreaths, 7 sizes : ' Horse Shoe. 3 sizes Broken Wheel, 2 sizes; Anchor, 3 sizes; Flying and Sitting Doves; Open Bible; Gates Ajar ; Crosses and Crowns united ; lower baskets, 3 sizes; a large assort merit ot welcome and Wedding bells : a deduction made if wires are returned We are at all times prepared to fill these designs with beautiful flowers at reason able rates. Mas. A. L. Stubbing & Son. Hello! Hello! This is the County Treasurer. He wants all county warrants registered prior to April 1. 1892. presented at his office, corner Third and Washington, for be is ready to pay the same. Inter est ceases after January 15th. Wm. Michell, . County Treas. Help Wanted. A man or lady to manage distributing soap samples, specialties, do correspond ing, send fcylvan uo., rzi woodward, Detroit, Mich., 10c for samples soap, etc., receive outfit order. " WANTED AN AGENT in every section, to canvas,- $4.00 to $5.00 a day made, sells at sight; also a man to sell staple goods to dealers, best Bide line, $75.00 a month. Salary or large commission made, experience unneces sary. For sealed particulars send stamp. Clifton Soap & Manufacturing Company, Cincinnatti, Ohio. LOST. One bay mare, branded on right shoulder with an M, with a slightly curved horizontal line beneath ; white spot in face and white right hind foot. A suitable reward will be paid for in formation leading to her recovery. CM. Bonner, d20-lmo. The Dalles, Or. Wanted To trade 160 acres in Hood River val ley for property in The Dalles. Inquire at this office. jl6-dwlw Piles of peoples have piles, but De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will cure them; When promptly applied it cures scalds burns without the slightest pain. Snipes- Kinersly Drug Co. JOS. T. PETERS & CO., BUILDING : MATERIALS Telephone 3Xo. 25. 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 - BR ANDIE Twelve-year-old Whiskey, strictly pure, for medicinal purposes. Best Malt Liquor. Columbia Brevery Beer on Draught. Agents for the Celebrated I'abst Milwaukee Beer. No. 94 Second Street, "There is a tide in the affairs of men which, taken at its flood leads on to fortune" The poet unquestionably had reference to the CIosiDg Out Sale of Furniture and Carpets at CRANDALL & BURGET'S, Who are selling these goods out at greatly-reduced rates. MICHKLBACH BRICK, - - UNION . ST. GEORGE RUCH PIONEER GROCER- Successor to Cbrismon & Coreon. FULL LIN OF STAPLE and FANCY CROCE ES. Again in business at the old stand. I would he pleased to Bee all my former patrons. Free delivery to any part of town. CLOSING OUT SALE of DRY GOODS CLOTHING-, FURNISHLTSTG- GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CAPS. . - These Goods Must Be Sold Less Than Cost. J. P. McINERNY. DEALER IN PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. And the Most Complete and Latest Patterns and Designs in WALL PAPER. PRACTICAL PAINTER aDrt' PAPER HANGER. None but tho best brands of J. W. MASURY'S PAINT8 used most skilled workmen employed. Agents .ior Masnry .Liquid Faints. No chem icel combination or soap mixture. A first-class article in all colors. All .orders promptly attended to. Store and Faint Shoo corner Third and THE CELEBRATED COIiUmBlH AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r. This well-known Brewery is now turning out the best Beer and Porter east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health ful Beer have been introduced, and ony the first-class article will be placed on be market. The Tytrh Val ley Creamery Ask Van'bib'ber & Worsley Every Square is Full Weight. TiEiaiEnortsrzE: nsro. RUPERT & GABEL, Wholesale and retail manufacturers and dealers in Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collar TENTS and WAGON COVERS. REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. Adjoining E. J. Collins & Co.'s THE DALLES, OR WALL PAPER. in 'all our work, and none but the Washington Sts., The Dalles, Ore'oi SEalEHV, la Delicious. CREAMERY for it. Tygh Valley Am j B so.