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A lousiness of making known opportune
ties fox' labor and supplying r" W
of The Dalles-
FORTT , A 3rXy Q3E1.3EZCa-33Sr.
We are showing a splended line of Spring and Sunmer
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 by
skilled workmen. . .
H. E. BALCH.
Opens Sept. 19th. Closes Oct. 17th.
Do you wont a partner, a clerk, an employe, skilled or unskilled laborers of
any kind? Leave your application and we will andertake to suit yon in the short
est poesible time. The Agency has a perfect system of communication between
The Great Resources of the Pacific Northwest. Agri
culture, Horticulture, Fisheries, Mines, Manufactures, Ma
Portland, Astoria, Pendleton and other coast towns, and is conversant with all
needs. Information solicited from anyone requiring help and all responsible par
chinery, Transportation, Trade and Commerce will be repre
sented more completely than ever before.
ties desiring situations. Office over Mclnerny 'a. Bulletin board on sidewalk.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
The only Republican Daily Newspapei n
Wasco County. -
SEP!. 22. 1896
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET
WILLIAM M'KINLEY....- Ohio
GARRET A. HOBART . . . .New Jereey
For Presidential Electors,
T. T. GEER Marion County
8. JJ. YOBAN Lane
E. It- SMITH Wasco
J. V. CAPLES Multnomah
NEW YORK'S DEMOCRACY.
New York's Democracy has. left
the Democratic voters in that state
in a peculiar dilemma. The Buffalo
convention declared for free silver
and pledged Bryan its support; it
nominated a candidate for governor
who finds it necessary to expressly
promise to vote for Bryan ; but at
the same time says he is not in ac
cord with the Chicago convention or
the convention which nominated
him, on the question of finance. He
theo, as an apology for his position,
declares that the governor of New
York hos nothing to do with . the
question of national finances.
The inevitnble result will be that
every honest Democratic voter in
New York, who is opposed to free
coinage of silver at 16 to 1, and
who votes his ticket, must vote
for a man who is allied with a
cause and stands upon a platform
which he knows to be wrong. By
thus voting he must, Jby implication,
endorse what he cannot honestly en
dorse. In other words, in voting for
the man he believes in, he votes for
a principle he believes to be dis
honest. . .
On the other hand, every frea
silver Democratic voter must be
working and voting for a man who
has heretofore, and now says, that
Bryan and bis coadjutors are in the
wrong. He votes for a principle he
believes in, but for a man who de
cJares . that principle wrong. The
result will be that both Thatcher and
Bryan will fail to carry llje state.
It looks as .though Hill and other
leaders there were u purposely plan
ning to throw Bryan overboard in
order to save the state government
from the hands of the Republicans.
That McKinley will carry New
York is now settled. ; ,
The statement has been repeatedly
made by Populists and Popocratie
newspapers that a lupeewould buy
the same amount of wheat in India
now as in 1873. It is like much of
the stuff that is being published, not
because it is true, but because the
publishers of it think its falsity can
not be shown. The statistics pre
served by the government of India
show the condition there to be "gov
erned, as everywhere, by supply and
demand. The amount of wheat
which a jupee would purchase in
1893 was 78.2 per cent of the
amount it would purchase in 1872, a
fall of 22.8. The fall in the United
States was about thirty per -cent.
The fall in price in India from 1872
78 Second Street.
to 192 was 31.3. In 1893 India
had only 27,950,445 bushels for ex
port, whereas in 1892 she had 56,
573,046 for export, which accounts
for the rise of 8.5 per cent from 1892
to 1893. There is absolutely, no
foundation for the rupee argument.
Popocratie newspapers quote Mc
Kinley's declaration of 1890, when
he said "I am for the largest use of
silver in the currency of the country.
I would not dishonor it. I would
give it equal credit and value with
gold," and claim that he was then in
favor of free coinage of silver at 16
to 1. They may make their readers
believe the construction they put
upon those words, but no intelligent
man will find anything in that utter
ance different from Mr. McKinley's
latest declaration: "It (the Repub
lican parly) will keep in circulation,
and as good as gold, all of the silver
and paper money which are now in
cluded in the currency of the coun
try. It will maintain their parity;
it will preserve their equality in the
future, as it has always done in the
past." The two statements are not
only consistent, but are the correst
statement of the position of the Re
publican party now and always.
The silver miners of Leadville
have forgotten that Bryan is not yet
president. ,They are unsatisfied
with $2.50 per day so long as the
silvei mines pay large dividends, and
they proceed to coerce their employ
ers by burning up property and blow
ing up buildings and people, who are
willing to work at $2.50 ' per day,
with dynamite. The Colorado peo
ple are advocating a- government
which tolerates that kind of "liberty,1
and they ought . not to complain.
"Bloody Bridles," Waite, Altgeld
and Brj'an are all on the same plat
form, and all have the confidence of
Cclorado people. These rioting
miners should have the good will and
support of all who are r supporting
Bryan, Altgeld and Waite. '
Betting is by no means the best
criterion of the result of an election ;
but sporting men keep well informed
of the conditions in uncertian locali
ties, and their conclusions are more
frequently correct than otherwise.
Betting in Portland is now two to
one that McKinley will be elected!
In New York City the betting is re
ported to be ten to seven that Mc
Kinley will be eleetedi .The fact is
the opinion is becoming very strong
everywhere that he who desires lo
vote . for the . successful candidate
must cast his ballot ,for McKinley
and Hobart.- ' '-. 2 t
James Hamilton Lewis' keeps his
mouth open most of the time nowa
days. He, like; Bryan, 'will- -be fully
advised on November 3d that mouth,
ings count for little , with intelligent
people. It is an old adage, but a
true one, that "empty , wagons make
. The partnership- heretofore existing
between J. C. Meins and JLW. Koontz,
in the fruit drying business, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent," J. W.
Koontz,buving .J. C. Meine' interest in
"The Pal lea Fruit Dryer" plant, and he
will pay all bills against the firm and col
lect subaccounts doe. ,. -
v v..- J. C. Mbins,
' J. W. Koontz.
The DaVes, Aug. 12, 1896. . s2w
' Female Help Wanted.
Wanted Red-beaded girl and white
horse to deliver" premiums given away
with Hoe Cake Soap. Apply to any
where. , V- ' ,
Xllines and Cigars
beverage, unequaled as a
STUBLING & WILLIAMS.
pO -Buys a good BOYS'SUIT at C. F. Steph
Lv ens' Intermediate rvrinfis nn to ft4.n0.
Remember, all these goods are latest made, warm, serv
iceable and fashionable, and at prices never before ap
proached in The. Dalles.: . " ' ' '
BLAKELEY & HOUGHTON
175 Second Street,
ST" Country and Mail Orders will receive prompt attention. ' "
FOR SALS BY BLAKELEY & HOUGHTON.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY,
The Dalles, Oregon. ;
Tbis institution will be re-oened for the re
ception ol boarders and day pupils ou
Monday, September 7 th,. 1896. ', ' "
Parents and guardians are kindly requested to
be prompt in sending tbeir daughters or wards
at the beginning of the session that all may en
joy the lull benefit of proper classification.
The classes are divided into- five grades the
Primary, Jnniop, Preparatory, Senior and Gradu
ating. Those who me desirous of acquiring a
thorough bu-iness education have all the facili
ties -for so doing. Book-keeping, Stenography,
Typewriting and Telegraphy are taught at the
The Musical Department affords special oppor
tunities to acquire a knowledge of the Piano,
Organ, Violin, Zither, Mandolin and Guitar.
Thorough Bass a d Harmony taught according
to the most approved methods.
Vocal Music in classes, German, French, and
dU kinds of Plain and. Ornamental Meedlewoak
taught free of charge
In the Studio, lessons are given in Pastelle,
Oil, Metalic, Mineral and Water Colors, and in
Crayon, including Portraiture. ..-
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
The attention of parents is called to this pop
ular branch of the institution, which is under
the supervision of a competent teacrjer. Boys
attending tbis school will receive first-class in
struction in the branches taught. -
For further particulars and rates of tuition, ap
ply at the Academy or address
septl-lmo- . BISTER SUPERIOR.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an
order made and entered in the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Wasco C"UUty, in the
matter of the estate of Phoebe M. Dunham, de
ceased, directing me to sell the real property
belonging to said estate to satisiy the un-aid
expenses of administration and claims against
the estate, I will, on the 10th day of October,
1896, at the hour of 2 o'c rwk p. m. at the court
house door in Dalles City, Oreou, cell to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, that certain
parcel of land described as follow: 33 feet
wide and 100 fe t lonn off the east side of lot 11
in block 6 of Laughlin's Addition to Dalles City,
Oiegon. . A. R. THOMPSON, -
Administrator of estate of Phoebe M. Dunham,
Notice to Ta xpayers.l'
The County Board of Equalization will meet
in the assessor's offlea on Monday, October 5th,
and continue in session one week, for the pur
pose of equalizing the assessment of Wasco
eounty for 1896. All taxpayers who have not
been interviewed by the assessor will please call
at the office oh Thursdays, Fridays and Satur
days, as all property must be assehed.
- . F. H. WAKEFIELD,
. . Sept 13-U , . , . County Assessor.
. . ' !TorEat. '
" A suite -lot rooms,! nicely famished,
suitable for two students, centrally lo
cated below the bluff. For particulars
inquire at The Dalles Commission Co.'s
store. - , ang31-lm
- BUSCH and
. ITu trine, a non-alcoholic
Is all C. F. Stephens asks for a servicea
ble suit of MEN'S CLOTHING. The
best Black Diagonal for $12.00. .
An elegant assortment of
1896 styles just received,
a part ot which may be
seen in show window. '
The Dalles, Oregon
J. S. SCHENK,
J. M. Patterson.
; . Cashier.
First Rational Batik
. - OREGON
A General Banking Business transacted
- Deposits received, subject to Sight
Draft or Check.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
remitted on day of collection.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on
New York, San Francisco ani ort- .;
v land. . ' --
D. P. Thompson. '. : Jno. S. Schknck.
Ed. M. Williams, -'-. Geo. A. Lube.
H. M. Bsaxx.
First mortgages on improved property nego
tiated. We are prepared to negotiate first mortgages
upon improved farms in Oregon, Washington
and Idaho with eastern parties and foreign cap
italists at the usual rate of interest. Mortgages
renewed that have been taken by other compa
nies now out of business. Address (with s'tonp)
.ju!15-tf . Baker City, Or.
Meals at All Hours
i From 6 a. no. to 10 p. m. .
Board, $3 to $4 per week
at Mrs.: C. Nelson & Coj's.
Steam "Wood Saw.
Wood Sawed by the Champion Wood
Saw, every other day Monday, Wednes
day and Friday -during September.
Leave orders at Blagden & Morris'
Blacksmith Shop on Third Street. '
. Otto Birgfeld is now ready to snpply
amilies with the celebrated Gambrinus
keg or : bottle beer, delivered free of
charge to any part of the city. Tele
Grand Band Concert Every
SPECIAL. ATTRACTIONS EVERY NIGHT.
Iioojest ftates Ever JVIade on all Transportation Mnes.
ADMISSION, 25c. CHILDREN, 10c.
For exhibit space, apply to GEORGE L. BAKER, Superintendent, at the
Exposition Building. ' E. C. MASTEN, Secretary.
DUtyftBliE, SUBSTflSTIflli, ORHTOESTflIt.
, Co8t only twice as much ae wooden walks, and will last
forever. One sbould surround every blcck in the city.
Make a specialty of laying Cement Walks, and guaran
tee tbeir: work. Estimates of cost furnished on appli
cation to the above.
Gaseade Warm Springs Hotel
IS NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS.
Board and Room per day
Board and Room per week
Baths . .-..:...'
For Particulars Address T
274 Taylor Street, ; - : aug7-dylmo
& P CD
Leave your orders for
Dressed Chickens, Fish,
Fine Dairy Butter, Eggs,
Fruits and Vegetables of all kinds,
COAL AND ICE,
THE DfluIiES GOTOISSIOfl CO.'S STOtJE.
Corner Second and Washington Sts.
'.' x 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
Closing Out Sale of
at C RANDALL
Who are selling those goods
Kill or catch those Flies '
-with "TANGLEFOOT" or "DUTCHER'S LIGHT
NING PLY KILLER; ? "
Only 5 c a Double Sheet at .
Afternoon and Evenk
$7.00 and 8.00
: ..:.25c each
- - PORTLAND, OREGON
OTTO BIRGFELD, Prop.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
-SOLE AGENT FOR THE-
Celebrated Gambrinus Beer.
' . NO. 94 SECOND STREET,
THE DALLES, - - - OREGON.
&. BURGET'S, "
out al greatly-reduced rates
- - ' TJNIC.N F,T.