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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1896)
GENTLEMEN, drop in and see
E. Balch, Merchant Tailor,; 78 Sec
ond street, for SPRING and SUM
MER Suits. He shows the finest line
of foreign arid domestic goods ever ex
hibited in The Dalles, at 'Frisco prices.
Garments made on premises. Peiect fi guaranteed. .
The Dalles Daily Chyoniete
The only Republican Laily Newspapei ' n
- - - - JUNE 1. 1896
WHERE THE BLAME BELONGS.
The threatened split in the Democra
tic party over the financial question,
says the Salem Statesman, is eerving
the eood purpose of fixing the blame for
the distressful condition of the United
State treasury, and the piling up of a
great bonded debt In a time of peace,
-where it belongs.
The outlook is for a warm time in the
. Chicago convention, and it has been pre
dicted by accredited Democratic authori
ty that there will be two separate con
ventions and two nominees for the pre
sidency one standing for the financial
policy of the present administration and
the other representing the large wing of
the party desiring the free coinage of
This condition that confronts them is
embarrassing to the leading Democrats
who do not sympathize with either of
these extreme factions. One of this
clas says :
"No people of ordinary education and
. intelligence can see the payment of a
colosal war debt continue uninterrupted
ly during the thirty years which follow
the attainment of peace, and then see
this process suddenly stopped and the
debt begin to grow rapidly again, with
out inclining to condemn the policy re
sponsible for it. It is no wonder that
the Democrats, still inflamed against
riches and prosperity by the party, ora
tory of 1892, Mr. Cleveland being incom
parably tiie leader of such excitement,
should not vow destrnction on the
money standard which the same leader
tells them has compelled the new bonds.
Mr. Cleveland's appeal for the cold
standard are feathers before the storm."
The deliberate policy of misrepresen
tation entered upon almost at the begin
ning of his present term and pursued
with studied faithfullness to the cause of
xneudaeity, by Mr. Cleveland and his
underlings, while it has resulted in de
ceiving a few Republicans anxious for
euch deception, and in fearing some of
the finicky old maids of finance, has not
been successful in blinding the eyes of
the great majority who favor protection
and progress, nor of the - thinking, act
ing men of affairs and toil of the country
while it has failed of its purpose, it
has well nigh destroyed the party that
honored this conspicuous disciple of
Ananias with the loftiest position of
honor within the gift of any people.
Thus is the mortal crime of ingrati
tude ad.led to the sin of lying in order
to further selfish aims.
The idol of the coming campaign will
be the plumed knight of protection and
prosperity, not the discredited hero of
his country's distress. . .
The same events that have elevated
'and will crown with the laurel wreath
of honor the brow of William McKinley
-will dash the sceptre of authority from
his hand and retire permanently G rover
MR. VLEVELANh'S VETO.
As expected, President Cleveland has
vetoed the river and harbor bill. The
situation required it. The treasury is
confronted with a deficit for the last
year of nearly $40,000,000, says the
Spokesman-Review, and the revenue
system of the government has been so
bungled and butchered that there ia no
immediate prospect of relief.
The country is now paying another of
the penalties of Democratic misrule. In
these times it must not upect improve
ment of its rivers and harbors. Im
provement is not the existing order.'
Nur can our coasts be given protection.
The country must be pinched, because
the treasury mutt be saved.
This is not the first veto of a river and
harbor bill by President Cleveland. He
vetoed a bill during bis first adminis
tration, and as a result of the stoppage
of work on the Columbia river great
damage feil upon the improvements.
Like loss and damage will again be suf
fered. Bat the people are becoming
hardened to these reverses.. It used to
be that a bank fa lure, or the crash of a
large commercial concern, was a sensa
tion, but that is the case no longer.' As
in war, many become so hardened and
infatuate-i witb . horrors that they long
to continue the fighting forever, so in
these times, many seem so fascinated
witb hard times and crashing banks and
business houses that they are clamorous
for the continuance of the same conditions.
DECORATION DAY 1806.
Dedicated to the members of the G. A. K. PoBt
of The Dalles by one wbo honors them.
The lowered flag, the muffled drum,
Thebugl call in mourui g tone.
The stalely march of warrior men,
- And, miugllug all, the nations moan.
I saw them stand in broken line.
Those heroes, now a dwindling band.
Their whitened locks and drooping forms,
The blessed herit ge of our land.
The self same men at Lincoln's call
RiiBhed to save a country torn
By rebel strife and rebel yell,
Ah dark the prospect and forlorn !
The men tbat fought at Gettysburg
Bo glorious those days and deeds !
When thoarting Pickett's awful charge.
They filled full well their country's needs.
The men that made the weary march
From Georgia to the sunlit sea.
And broke the rebel's tottering rule
And saved the land for you and me.
Ah youth! the privilege is thine
To honor yet the noble tbrontr
Whose blood was spilt on Southern fields .
While fighting slavery's devilish wrong.
The years are passing. Hear me well;
The roll-call dwindles oh how fast!
The noble veterans soon will be
But memories of a sacred past.
The flowers are strewn on soldiers' graves.
How little care the sleeping dead !
Their rest is sweet; their u ork well done.
What better words could o'er be said ?
While still there may let honor flow
In ceaseless measure full and free
To thos brave men. the noble men
Who saved our land for you and me.
The lowered flag, the muffled dram,
The bugle call In mournful tone,
Tiie stately march of warrior men.
And, mingling all, the nations moan.
The Congo Oil Medicine.
The Congo Oil Medicine Cd. is giving
entertainments under a large tent in this
city. They are here to advertise and
sell the greatest medicine ever offered to
an afflicted public. Wonderful cures
have been effected : cases that bave
baffled the skill of the most skillful phy
sicians. One hundred dollars will be
paid for any case they undertake and
fail to cure. If your case is incurable
they will tell you so. They want cases
that bave been declared incurable, by
other physicians. You may go to them
on crutches or canes ; you may be brought
to them on a stretcher, but they guaran
tee that you will walk away from their
tent of your own free will, with no as
sistance from others. The Congo Oil is
justly styled the marvel of the age in
curing rheumatism, sciatica, neuralgia
and all pains that can ' be cured by an
external application. All patients
treated free of charge; no payment of
any kind asked. They want living tes
timony ' to back up their statement that
the Congo Oil is a marvellous medicine.
Go and see thein. They will remain
here until June 3J, and no longer.
These Mast Go at Once.
A home with lot, worth $900; $750
takes it. .Owner leaving city, and must
sell. Three lotB only five blocks from
Court house. Lay in fair shape; $150
for the three. One fine business lot in
heart of city ; $800. Among a multitude
of offerings, these three are the very
best. Match them if you can.
Fked D. Hill,
Heal Estate & Fire Insurance. Room
12, Chapman Block. mayl-tf
An exceptional opportunity will be
given to anyone wishing to go into active
business, to trade property for enough
interest to control a well established,
paying lumber business that will stand
inspection, in Portland, Oregon, to the
amount to $12,000 to $16,000. The pres
ent owner is willing to retain an interest
in the concern. A change of climate be
ing necessary is the reason. Fo- par
ticulars, call on or address J. E. Young,
No. 434 Belmont street, Portland,
Oregon. mv22-6t .
In the fall of 1893 a son of Mr. T. A.
McFarland, a prominent merchant of
Live Oak, Sutter county, Calif., was
taken with a very ' heavy cold. The
pains in his chest were so seyere that be
had spasms and was threatened with
pneumonia. His father gave him sev
eral large doses of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, which broke up the cough and
cared him. Mr. McFarland says when
ever his children have croup he invari
ably gives tbem Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and it always cures them. . He
considers it the best cough remedy in
the market. For sale by Blakeley &
Houghton's Drug store. ,
The IM&vj TFogt Opera 2E3ou.se,
THREE NIGHTS, Commencing WEDNESDAY, JUKE 3d. ;
Supported by the
CARRIE A. LONG.
GEO RUE AJONTSEREAT,
The management of the New Vogt Opera House lias secured
t.hic fnmnanv aa t.Vir nnpninor oH-rart irwi
Wednesday, June 3d .. "FROM SIRE TO SON"."
Thursday, June 4th .. ... .."FOR REVENUE ONLY."
X'llUOiJF) J UUQ UKiU.
Prices 50 and 75 cents.
Reserved seats now on sale
COMING ON ITS OWN SPECIAL TRAINS
The BIG SHOW
3 BIG CIRCUSES
MONSTER MENAGERIE OF RARE WILD BEASTS! '
An Ethnological Congress. Wonders of Five Continents. ' A Huge Modern Hippa
drome Rivalling Caspar's Days. Undeniably the Greatest and Grandest
Exhibition Ever Conceived. "Will Exhibit at
Tie Dalles, Hurt?,
An Innovation and Revelation in Amusements.
Three Great Circus Troupes of Foreign and Native Artists. The Highest Salaried
Performers of Every Continent Selected for Their Individual Superiority
- in Their Various Specialties.,
Many Rare Specimens of the Animal Kingdom never before exhibited in America.
. A Colossal Collection of Deep Sea Living Sanrians. An Ethnological
Display of Marvelous Surprises. All New and Original
. Feats in the Grand Hippodrome.
More Elephants, Camels. Wild Animals, Amphibia Performances and Special Ex
bibitional Features Than Possessed by Any Other Slow in the . World.
It Costs no more to Witness all these Combined Exhibitions' than it does to see
the most unimportant and commonplace Shows ttsat visit you periodically.
Make up your parties and consult your Station Agent for Cheap Round Trip Ex
cursion Rates to Bond Brothers' Shows.
One Ticket, for the Usual Price, admits to the
WOEWS BEST ; SHOWS.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Stella K. Eddy, Plaintiff,
O. D. Taylor & Sarah K. Toy lor, State of Oregon
as Trustee f.r the nse ofrthe Comm- n school
Fund of Wasco County, Oregon, John Barger,
Joseph A. Johnston and J. W. Cather, De
fendants. . .
To O. l. Taylor, Sarah K. Taylor, State of Ore
gon fcs Trustee fortoe use of the Common School
Fund of Wasco C unty, Oiegon, John Barper,
Jo eph A. Johnston and (J. W.. Cather, De
fendants. In the name of the State of Oregon, You are
hereby requir.at to appear and answer the com
plaint hied against you in the above entitled
snit within ten days from the date of the service
of this Summons upon you, if served within this
County; or if served within any other Comity of
this State, then within twenty dajs from the
date of the service of this Summons upon you,
or Jf served upon you b publication, then on or
before the 1st day of the next regular term of
this court: and if you fail so to answer, for want
thereof, the Plaintiff will take Judgment ugainst
you and apply to the court for the relief praed
for in her complaint.
This summons Is served upon you, the said
defendant Joseph A. Johnson, pursuant to an
order made and entered in the above entitled
court by the Judge of the above entitled court
on the sixth day of April, 1896.
HUN1INGTON & WILSON. ;.;
aprS-i Attorneys for PlulntilT.
OSBORN VAUGHN, '
J. i.AVyXJll JLk..
at Snipes-Kinersly Drug 'Co
of the UNIVERSE
IN 3 BIG RINGS
Notice fs heraby given that the undersigned
has been duly uppolnted t-y the Hou. County
Court of the State of Oregon for Wasco countv,
ns administrator of the estate of Anna Frano'.s
Ca lMn, deceased.
All persons having claims against said estate
are h-reby -notified to present the xame to me at
my office in Dulles Ciy properly verified within
six months from the date of this notio -.
; Dated May tt, 1896.
Admioistrator of the estate of Anna F'ancis
Carlsou, deceased. - . myl6-6eit-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. -
. Land Office at The Dalies, Or., )
- . Way 4, 18s. (
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make filial proof in support of bis claim, and
tbat said proof will be made before the register
and receiver at The Dalles. Oreg m. ou June 20.
1896, viz: -
' James F. Klllott,
Hd. E No. 3269, for the NW-, Sec. 22, Tp. 1 N, B
He satwa the following witnesses to prove
his eouttnnous residence upon and cultivation
of, sMt land, viz: J. W. Allen, 0. J. Hurt,
Jum Hurst, W. Bennett, all of The Dalles, Or.
- my6-l JAS. F. MOOfcE, Register.
OTTO B1RGFELD, Prop. '
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Celebrated Gambrinns Beer.
SO. 94 SECOND STREET, -
THE DALLES, - - - OREGON".
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Store.
STUBLING & WILLIAMS
Are now located on Second Street, between Washington and
Federal Sts., where they have a large stock of
FINEST BRANDS OF CIG-ARS.
Family trade solicited. , A resort first-class in all par
ticulars will be maintained.
J. O. 7VtHCrC.
St. Louis and Milwaukee
THE OLD ORO
67 Second St.,
The Dalles Commission Co.,
Coal, -Ice ami Prota, Foreip. ani Domestic M(& aiii TepiIes.
Oysters, Fish. Poultry and Game in Season.
NORTH POWDER ICE, which ia noted for Its purity and lasting qualities.
and 6KUROKS CBEEK
Phone 128 and 255. Corner Second and Washington Streets.
Consignments Solicited. Goods received for Cold Storage and Forwarding.
COLiLJ OIBIH BEaUEHV,
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
. This well-known Brewery is now turning oat the best Beer and Porter
eant of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health
ful Beer have been in trod used, and onv the first-class article will be placed oa
TO GET READY
I am now selling Men's and Boy's Clothing, Fancy
and Dress Goods, Cloaks, Capes, Shoes, and every
thing else found in a first-class Dry Goods Store.
CLOSING OUT SALE
f DRY GOODS
CLOTHING-. FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CAPS.
These Goods Musi Be Sold Less Jhan Cost.
J. P. McINERNY.
"-T'Aere is a tide in the affairs of men which, taken at its flood
- leads on to fortune" ,
The poet unquestionably had reference to the
. ... .
Closing Out Sale of
Who are selling these goods
MJCHEI.B ACH BRICK.
AGENT FOE THE-
Key West Cigars,
Brewery Beer on Draught.
The Dalles, Oregon.
fU lit? O
out at' greatly-reduced rates.