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of The Dalles-
"We are showing a splended line of Spring and Summer
Suitings at lower prices than can be obtained elsewhere.
No need to patronize foreign firms employing Chinese
labor. Our garments are made on the premises b'
skilled workmen.- ' '-'
H. E. BALCH.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
The only Republican Daily Newspapei n
- JUNE 30. 1896
THE TYPICAL AMERICAN.
The second act iD the presidential
drama has been pla3'ed, and McKm
ley has felt his proudest moment.
The notification committee has per
formed its pleasant mission and told
the Ohio statesman of the honor he
has received. Every day brings
new assurances of the satisfaction
with which the nomination of- Mc
Kinley is received. East and "West,
North and South; even from the
bolting silver states, are heard the
shouts of ratification of the conven
The more McKinley's life is
bi ought out in detail, the more the
people learn that his character de
serves all the encomiums that have
been heaped upon it. lie is a brave
soldier, a wise statesman, a patriotic
citizen, a model husband. Hi? life
has been representative of what
every American should attempt.
The efforts of partisan traducers to
belittle the name of McKinley will
fail, as thev should, because of their
untruthfulness. McKinley is a typ
ical American, and in this day of
distrust throughout the land he is
just the man who can win the confi
dence of all classes.
It 'is not McKiulcy's fame as a
statesman, his record as a soldier,
nor his keenness as a politician that al
together makes him the hero of the
day. His home life, his character as
sl man and a citizen, arc among his
chief recommendations. : Like that
other Ohio statesman, to whom his
tory has never given proper due
the eminent man who occupied the
presidential chair for only four
years, but who gave to the nation
one of its best administrations
Rutherford B. Haj-es, McKinley will
enter upon his office unimpeachable
in character and lacking nothing in
qualification. Trulj- he is ' "A Typ
Had H not been for the action of
the silver senators in defeating the
emergency-, tariff, bill, there now
vroiild be . hundreds of thousands of
dollars the proceeds fiom wool
sales in active circulation in The
Dalles. Good . authority states that
"the passage of this bill would have
made a difference in the price this
season of from three to five cents.
Multiplying 6,000,000 pounds, a
fair estimate of the wool in our ware
houses, by either one of these figures
and you get what Teller and his
crowd have cost The Dalles; arid we
are but a drop in the bucket com
pared with the rest of the country.
The action of the silver gang shows
'the exteme limit of selfishness.
Should such men have any standing
before the country?
The report which comes from
Portland that several members of
the First Regiment have lost em
ployment because they answered the
summons calling them to Astcria,
should attract attention throughout
the state. It is generally considered
the First Regiment did effective
work in bringing a peaceful solution
to the fishermen's strike. The pres
ence of armed men was a prevailing
argument against any acts of vio
lence which may have been con
78 Second Street.
templated. 'Such being the fact, the
action of Portland business men iu
discharging employes who answered
the call of duty is reprehensible in
the extreme. There is too little re
gard foi law and authority, and
when once the majesty of the law
has been upheld, all good citizens
should rejoice in the result. The
militia boys were .not called upon to
shoot or kill and inore's the rejoic
ing thereof but there is little doubt
but that they would have done what
duty demanded. The names of the
Portland men who have discharged
militia rren should be made public
so the people may have a chance 1o
see what kind of creatures they are.
It is a safe assumption they are
closely allied in thought and feeling
to the men who fired on Sumter.
The Oregonian has not given
much attention of late to the tariff
question, but it speaks out now and
then to show it is all -right on this
great issue. It would be hard to
overestimate the work the Oregonian
is doing for the cause of sound
money. It is presenting facts and
arguments to the people of Oregon
that cannot help but hold this
state in the Republican ranks. We
are glad to see it striking home on
protection as it did yesterday in
The people of Oregon and Wash
ington want resonable protection,
equitably distributed; therefore will
not forget that protection is an issue
in the presidential election. The
Democratic tariff scheme now in
force is unfair. It rrotects the East
.and South at the expense of the
West and North. There is no de
mand for a prohibitive tariff, but
there is a 3 em and, and a ju&t one,
that, so long as protection shall have
any place in our system, equity shall
not be disregarded in the application
Call It a Craze.
AN ALARMING STATEMENT
HOW BAD HABITS ARE FORMED.
The New York Tribune says : The habit of
taking ' headache powders ' is increasing to an
alarming extent among a great number of wo
men throughout the country. These powders as
their name indicates, are claimed by the manu
facturers to be a positive and speedy cure for any
form of headache. In many cases their chief
ingredient is morphine, opium, cocaine or some
other equally injurious drug having a tendency
to deaden pain. The habit of taking them is
easily formed, but almost impossible to shake
off. Women usually begin taking them to re
lieve a raging headache and soon resort to the
powder to alleviate any little pain or ache they
may be subjected to, and finally like the mor
phine or opium fiend, get into the habit of taking
them regularly, imagining that they are in pain
if they happen to miss their regular dose.'
In nine cases out of ten, the trouble is
in the stomach and liver. Take a simple
laxative and liver tonic and remove the
offending matter which deranges the
stomach and causes the headache. Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are composed
entirely of the purest, concentrated,
vegetable extracts. One ' Pellet is a
dose; sugar-coated, easily swallowed;
once used, always in favor. They posi
tively cure sick headache and remove
the disposition to it.
Mr. E. Vargason, of Otter Lake, Latter Co..
v I. i. 1 . .
j'iii.n. wracs: l nor
infrequently have an at
tack of the headache.
It usually comes on in
the forenoon. At my
dinner I eat my regular
meal, and take one or
two of Doctor Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets imme
diately after, and in the
course of an hour my
headache is cured and
no bad effects. -I feel
better every way for
having taken them
not worse, as Is usual
after taking other kinds
of pills. Pleasant Pel
lets are worth more
than their weight in
pold. if for nnthlnir 1..a
B. Vargason. Esq. than to cure headache."
Anheuser beer on draught at the Mid
way. . Keduced Rates.
Effective March 22d. The O. R. & N.
Co. will reduce their round trip rates
between Portland and The Dalles as fol
lows: Two day rate, good going Satur
day and returning Monday night, $3.
Ten day tickets $3.50. Good on all
trains. E. E. Lttlk,
Great Hemoval Sale.
On July 15 th. "we -will move into the New Vogt
Bock. To save the cost of .moving the goods, we are
now offerings ssss. , .. v
in DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS, &c. No trouble to show goods.
Not a Woman
That doesn't admire the . handsome new stock of
C. F. Stephens,
pleasing to ine ieminine iancy.
New Goods, New Prices.
Everything new but the management. New pat
rons are numerous,
really fine bargains
displayed, no time
the store, lake a
Agent for the W. L. Douglas Shoes.
Again in business at the old 8ta.nl. I wnli b pleased to
see all my former patrons. Free delivory to any part of town.
To all whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given thatat the July ,1S96, term
of the County Court of the State of Oretrim for
Wasco County, to-wit. on th- 8th day of July,
1890, at the hour c4 two o'clock p. m. at the
County Court Room in the Cou' t House in tilles
City. Oregon, the under-igned petitioners will
present the following petition and will apply to
the said County Court to grant to F. Erickson Sc
Co., a copartnership comoosed of F. Erickbou
and C. F. Anderson, a license to sell spirituous,
malt or vinous liquors in less quantities than
one gallon within Oak throve precinct for thi
term of one year from the granting of such li
cense: To the Honorable County Court of Watco County,
We, the undersigned, residents and legal voters
of Oak Grove precinct, Watco County, Oreg m,
hereby petitiou your honorable boily to grant to
F. Erickon & Company, a co-partnership com
posed of F. Erickson and C. F. Anderson, a li
cense to sell spirituous, malt or vinous liquors
in less quantities than one gallon within said
precinci for the term of one year from the grant
ing of such license: "
K AXES. NAMB8.
J P Abbott O P Weberg .
P N Turner M Delore
G A Ward ' F 8 CUne Kelton
W O Greves Richard Boyd
Charles Buckham M Orwiler
K McLaren J Nagle
N Jones Peter McDonald .
FN Vogt John Green
C R Joynt L Peterson
Robert Turey Peter Hansen
J Burns August Finn
Nels Christensen Thomas Swartes
Chas Murray A Roberts
R Lutey Thomas JJurron
Joseph Batty C lawprey
Mark Malloy V Dillingham
J E Graham W ti Fleinmirg
C Henneghan John Burns
By virtue of an execution issued out of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon on the 7ih
day of May, 1896, in a suit therein pending
wherein J. M. Huntington is plnintifT mid
Audubon Winans, Mattie A. Winans and Lin
naeus Wmans are defendants, to me dire-ttd
and commanding me to sell all of the following
described real property lying and situate in
Wasco County, Oiegon, towit: Beginning at the
northeast corner of Sec. 86. Tp. three north,
range 10 east, W,M., thence south 80 rrwls; thence
west 36 rods; thence north 80 rods; thence em-t
30 rods to the place of beginning, containing 18
acres : all of lots two and three of too, 18, Tp.
one north, range 10 enst, W. M. containing 80
acres more or less; also all of the sou 'h we t
quarter of the southwest quarter of Sec 18 Tp.
one north, range 10 ea-t, W. M. containing 40
acres more or less; also all of the southeast
quarter of the northeast quarter of '-ec. 14, I p.
one north, range 9 east, w. M , containing 40
acres more or less.
Together with all and singular the- tenements,
hereitaments and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or in anywise appertaining, to satisfy
the sum of 12,656.02 and interest thereon at the
rate of ten per cent, per annum from the 21st
day of February, 1896. and the further sum of
1200 attorneys fees and the further sum of 15
costs and dUbursemento taxed therein; I will,
on the 6th day of June, 1896, at the hour of two
o'clock P. M. of said day, at the c urt house door
in Dalles City. Or., sell to the highest bidder for
cash in hand, all of said real property, to satisfy
said sums and interest and the costs of such sale,
T J DRIVER
may9-ii Sheriff of Wasco County, or.
which comprises , everything
and if e.vervone knew the
which are always temptingly
would be lost in hastening to
glance over the stock.
- F. STEPHENS.
Successor to ChrismHn & Cnrwiii.
' FULL LINE OF
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
MAI ER & BENTON
Are now located at 167
Second Street, opposite A.
M. Williams & Co., "with
a complete line of
Stoves and Ranges,
AT so agents for the Cele
brated Cleveland Bicycle.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION".
- Land Office, The Dalles, Or., J
April 30, 1896. (
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has riled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the register
and receiver of the U. S. Land office. The Dalles,
Or., on June 13, 1896, viz.:
William A. Doyle,
Hd E, No. 3787, for the NW, See 19, Tp 1 8 R 13
E, W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
aid laud, iz: George W. Covert, J. A. Wagner,
and Pat Hig.inB, of Endersby, and Joseph
Means, The Dulles.
ml-i - JAS. F. MOORE, Register.
The above are Sole Agents in The Dalles for this
celebrated Beer,' both in bottle and keg.
beverage, unequaled as a
TUL7 Hni T CQ CCiKAhA IQQIHM Cc
1 ill-, r Lviiu
Coal, Ice and ProJnce, Foreip anOomestic Fruits ani TeieiaMes.
Oysters. Fish. Poultry and Came in Season.
NORTH POWDER ICE, which ia noted for ita purity and lasting qualities.
and GEOBGS9 CBEEK
Phone 128 and 255. Corner Second and Washington Streets. .
Consignments Solicited. Goods received for Cold Storage and Forwarding.
"There is a tide in tke affairs,
. leads on to fortune"
The roet unquestionably had reference to the
Closing Out Sale of Furniture ani Carpets
Who are selling these goods
AUGUST RUCHLER. P.ron'r.
Thia well-known Brewery is now turning out the best Beer and Forte i
eant of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health
ful Beer have been introduced, arid ony the first-class article will be placed on
he market. -
CLOSING OUT SALE
CLOTHING-, FTJRNISHINGr GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES. HATS and CAPS.
These Goods Must Be
Kill or Catch those Flies
with "TANGLEFOOT" or "DUTCHER'S LIGHT
NING ELY KILLER; ;
Only 5c a Double Sheet at
Donnelps Drug Store.
Til ft Tygta Tl- i
Ask Vanbifcber & Worsley for it.
45c Every Square is Full Weight.
TBLEPHOKE 3STO. SO-
Hill : y JILL
Nu trine, -a non-alcoholic
OTTO BIRGFELD, Prop.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
-SOLE AGENT FOR THE-
NO. 94 SECOND STREET,
THE DALLES, - - - OREGON.
of men which, taken at its flood
out at greatly-reduced rates
- - TJNICA BT.
Sold Less Than Cost.
A. A. B.