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THE DALLES, OREGON, MONDAY. APRIL 30, 1900.
The KiiRlisli Church Is (ioiiiK to Hake
a Protestant Saint of Him The Di
vine Ivifjlit f nn Irishman to Wear
J,u.siion, April 28. Though tho queen
liaa returned to England nnd her re
niiirkiititi) viHit to Irehwul la now n mat
ter of history, the latest (ad bIiowb no
eipns of iihatomuiit. Royalty's preeonco
in Krin fiiiliul to inuko Irishmen (taunt
intfly KhuHhIi. hut, curiously enough,
iiiiule KiicUhIhiioii unnoyiiiKly IriBh. Ol
this iilmsii, which began by tho univer
sal ucurliii: of tho Hhumrock, thero have
bei'ii several striking examples this
Tlie lower liouec of tho York Convoca
tion, columned of oudatu clergy nnd lay
men of tliu Oliurch of Kngland'H north
ern didoi'Hi1, Iiuh ndopted reHolutioiiB to
put St iVtriek upon tho pages of tlio
prayer hook, from which ho wub nunc
countiilily missing. St. Andrew la-there,
Lilt Krm'H patron Biiint wbb omitted
when Hie ruformorB re-editod tiio lit-
On a par with this action is tho ugita-
lion in Kugluml ovor Irieli iiioii'h right
to wear kilta. Upon this momontouB
qtiestion Hon. William Gibson, son of
Huron Aalilioumo, Lord Chancellor of
Ireland, Iiuh heeu lecturing to large
uiitliuneo in London, dreaBcd in tliu pic
turesque, abbreviated garb generally
associated with Scotchmen. Uo makes
an impiibHioued plea for the divine right
at Hibernians to wear kilta. Mr. Gib
eon ie a learned young man who married
a French woman und consistently resides
Now there Is talk of making the new
Irish Guards' llrigado masquorude in
kilts, though tho reports which have
come from .South Africa, telling of the
liaro'leggud Highlanders and of tho sor
rows which are attached to this out-of-date
uniform, nro recent onough to
banish the suggestion into tho long Hut
of loolibb absurdities. It ie probable
that the war ofllcu will take that view.
In consonance with tho queen's per
sonal wishes, hb many us possible of tho
new Guards' Regiment will ho imtBtercd
fur the usual birthday trooping of colors
and review ceremonies in London on
May L'litl. This cannnnizlng and kilting
would bu merely humorous if tho im
partial onlooker forgot tho misery, pov
erty and stagnation of industries that
tirnviill tit.... t!....l.n... .....1 W.ktt,-
ern Ireland; hut in view of the condi
tions that exist in that portion of tho
llritiuh Isles, tho so-called shamrock
crnzu In England can scarcely be con
sidered anything but another instance
on the part of tho majority of England's
people of tholr complete (allure to grasp
the nature of Iroland'd needs, however
wcll'iueant and generous may he these
outward, ekin-denp signs of friendship.
The Sultan Has Fallen Back On the
Desperate Debtor's Last Device.
London, April 28. Amorican compli
cations with Turkey continue the topic
of the day. The Outlook, alter declar
Ins tliu sultan and Isaac Gordon, the
notorious money-lender, who died re
contly, wore own brothers In matters of
"'Hie sultan has now fill Ion back on
the dcHpurato debtor's last devlco o( buy
"B more, and has offered to place an
fder for n warship with an American
"Wi if only the American government
"ill accord him a while longer. But
Jl'" American government will do noth
''t: of tin, Bort( n(j gfimiy intimates
Jlmt unless tho dollars aro promptly
Jorthroinlng, the matter will be put lu
the bonds ol the United States navy,
iut I'resident McKlnloy's candidature
y not, alter all, enjoy Immense help
from a naval demonstration In European
waters, for tho European powers who
aro fellowBufTorera with America and
Armonia are, in wholosomo Imitation,
taking etepa to press their claims, and
under bucIi pressuro Turkey must give
way. Russia, it is true, 1b holding
aloof, but, menaced hy Japan, she ib
hardly likely to lend Turkey more than
diplomatic help." '
During the course of a long article,
the speaker maintains that the difficulty
1b chiefly duo to the exploitation of the
continental and American press, and
ridicules the possibility of a serious out
"The devil's shadow promises to re
build, punish, tax uud to do a hundred
things, hut pay he cannot. Thereupon
his vision conjured up Admiral Dewey,
of all people, sailing into the Mediter
ranean nnd occupying one of those porte,
for tho virtual neutrality of which the
great European powers are willing to
risk the chances of u great war among
theuiBflveB. It 1b on a par with tho
boycott of ttie French exhibition or the
Don Puclfico claim.'.'
"Turin"" WIIhou'h View.
Kansas City, Mo., April '2d. William
L. Wilson, author of the Wilson tariff
bill, while in Hub city en route from
Hot Springs to Nebraska City, Neb.,
where he is to he the guest of J. Sterling
Morton, his associate in Cleveland's
cabinet, said :
"It is to be McKinley and Bryan. Mr.
Cleveland will not allow his name to be
mentioned, and Dewey will not get an
opportunity to eeo himself voted down.
"Bryan will he nominated, but con
ditions are bo changed that the cam
paign will he on new lines. Doth sides
have bo many new conditions to confront
that the old tactics will not do. I think
tho Democrats will win. We Ehull go
into tlie fight solid." ,
Mr. WilBon gavo expression to his
views regarding the candidacy of Ad
miral Dewey. "He ie innocent of the
gamu of politics," he eiud, "and has
blundered in lils bluntnees as blunt
people often do. He will blunder out of
it again as suddenly ixs he came in.
Dewey does things suddenly. He gen
erally anticipates, and when the row ib
at its height ho will surprise everybody
hy Bailing away, or I urn mistaken in
11 ill vii Mini rail
Victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles as well as women, and all feel
the results in loss of appetite, poisons in
the blood, backache, nervousness, head
ucho and tired, HatleBS, run-down feel
iug. But there's no need to feel like
that. Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville,
Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters are
juat the thing for a man when he is all
run down, and don't care whether he
lives or dies. It did more to give me
new strength and good appetite than
anything I could take. I can now eat
anything and have a new lease on life."
Only DO cents, at Blakeley & Houghton's
drug store. Every bottle guaranteed. 3
Heiitlmant lu Cliicluuutl.
Cincinnati, April 20. Joseph A.
Parker, of Louisville, states that there
will be over 1000 delegates here next
week for the national convention of the
Middle-ot-the-Road Populists. Parker
and others have been here iu charge of
tho arrangomonts (or some weeks. They
will remain until after the convention is
over, and they xpeet to he joined be
fore the convention meets by other
Tho Middlo-oMhcRoadors who meet
here tiro those who insisted on running
Watson (or president (our years ago,
and who hroko from tho fusion element
ol the Populists, led hy Senators Butler,
Allen and othere, at the meeting of the
national committee in Lincoln, Neb.,
last February. Tho talk among those
who are hero now is mostly for Barker,
although soino want to draft Watson
against his protest, and still more favor
the in iorsemout of Eugene V. Debs.
Notice is hereby given that there will
beau annual mooting of the stockhold
ers of tho Golden Eugle Mining Com
pany at the otllce of French & Co.,
bankers, on Thursday, May 31, 1000, at
7 o'clock p. m., for tho purpose of elect
ing seven diroctors and transacting such
other buBiness as may properly come be
(oro said mooting.
By order of the president,
J. O. HosTKTLKit, Secy, and Treas,
The Dalles, Apl. 27, 1000. a27-td
Subscribe (or The Chronicle.
'TotBto" I'lngree Turned Democrat.
Dktkoit, April 29. Governor Pingreo
asserted in an interview today that the
hope of tho people in this year's general
elections is in the Democratic party.
The governor has always hitherto been
an independent Republican. Speaking
of the increasing power of trnate, Gov
ernor Pingree said :
"Thf ro is no use in hoping that the
Republican party will do anything with
"Are you preparing to announce your
withdrawal from the Republican party?"
tho governor was asked.
"Thero is uo announcement about it.
I only say what I have said all the
while. You have not heard me say
anything against the Democrats (or
some time. I believe that the hope of
the people is in the Democratic party
Cuturrli Cannot be Cured
with local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood or constitutional disease, and
in order to cure it you must take inter
nal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, and acts directly on
tho blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.
It was was prescribed by one of the best
phyuiciaiiB in this country for years, and
iB a regular prescription. It is composed
of the best tonics known, combined with
the best blood purifietB, acting directly
on tho mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients is
what produces Euch wonderful results in
curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials,
F. .1. Chkkey & Co., Props., Toledo O.
Sold by drruggists, price 7fc.
Hall's Family Pills are the best. 12
Tliu Hunt Itemed- for Klieiiiuatlsiii.
QUICK BELIEF FKOM PAIN.
All who use Chamberlain Pain Balm
for rheumatism aro delighted with the
quick relief from' pain which it affords.
When speaking of this Mr. D. N. Sinks,
of Troy, Ohio, Bays : "Some time ago I
had a seve attack of rbeumatiem in my
arm and shoulder. I tried numerous
remedies, but got no relief until I was
recommended by Meesrs. Geo. F. Par
sons & Co., druggists of this place, to
try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. They
recommenned it bo highly that I bought
a bottle. I was soon relieved of all pain.
I have since recommended this lini
ment to many of my friends, who agreo
with mo that it is the best remedy for
muscular rheumatism in the market."
For Bale by Blakeley & Houghton.
Don't let your old worn out machinery
lie In the fence corner any longer. Take
it to Fletcher Faulkner, The Dalles junk
dealer, and get the cash (or it. Highest
cash price paid for cast and wrought
irou, rubber boots and shoes, bicycle
tires, etc., brass, copper, zinc, lead,
pewter, old woolen rags, beer bottles
and flaBkB, horse mauea and tails, and
bones of all desciiptions. Price paid (or
cast iron, 40 cents per 100 lbs. One
door west o( J. H. Worsley's, Second St.,
The Dalles. m24-lmo.
A farm of 120 acres, about SO acres of
which ie under cultivation, with a line
young orchard of two acres in full bear
ing ; abundance of living water and good
frame dwelling and barn and other farm
buildings. Twelve miles east of The
Dalles and four miles east of Boyd post
office. Farm will be sold, with or with
out the growing crop of about 80 acres.
Price without crop iflOOO, and terms very
obbv, as owner's health compels a change
of climate. Apply to
wa7-tf M. W. Fukeman, Boyd, Or.
Special reserve old government whis
key, recognized by the highest medical
authority in tho land; especially recom
mended by the board of health of San
Francisco (or hospital use, also A. P.
O'Brien, M. D., captain and surgeou,
and Win. D. McCarthy, major and sur
geou U, S. army, as the purest unadul
terated stimulant for convalescent, in
valids and family uec. Sold by Charles
A COWBOY'S ADVICE.
Mrs. Harriet Evans, Hinsdale, 111.,
writes, "I never fail to relieve my
children from croup at ouco by using
One Minate Cough Cure. I would not
(eel safe without it," Quickly cures
coughs, colds, grippe and all throat aud
Livery stable (or sale at Centervllle,
WbbIi., $100 per month business. Will
sell at a barguin.
m27-l ui A, It, Gkauau.
II Gave a Show-Strnck Young Atlas
a Much-Needed, Fatherly
One of the principal riders of the
wild west show whose dashing-nnd dan
gerous feats in the ring won the plaud
its of thousands of people dnily is a
great favorite with the nintincc girls.
This young man one Saturday figured
in a little scene thut wns not down on
the bills, says the Chicago Evening
It was after the regular afternoon
performance and this modern cavalier
wns preparing to make some change in
his costume that he might appear in
the street, when the flap of his tent was
drawn timidly back and a young girl,
pretty, and not more than 18 years old,
stood inside gazing with admiration on
this handsome cowboy.
"Well! little girl, is there anything I
can do for you?" he asked, as he un
buckled the revolver belt from his
waist. The girl stood for a moment too
frightened to speak, but at last she
burr.t into tears and confessed her ad
miration for the rough rider. She fur
ther said she had attended the show
every afternoon and several evenings
since it had been here, that she wanted
to run away from home and go along
with the show.
During the recital the crack rider of
the wild west show sat on the end of
a box quietly smoking a cigarette. "See
here! You need some good advice,"
said he, when she had finished. "You
are at just that age when some one
ought to give you a lecture. You seem
to have fallen in love with n man you
know nothing about. So just fall out
again and remember you've been a little
fool. Why, I've u daughter of my own
just about your1 age."
THEIR OPINION OF HIM.
A Blow-Hard Government Clerk Who
Tried to Make nn Imprculon
Lnt winter a delegation of Indians
from a far western state, on a tour of
inspection through the interior depart
ment, visited the land ollice, where they
were introduced to the clerk who had
i-hpt'cinl charge of their section of the
country, a bumptious little individual
with a big head. This official proceeded
to overpower the redmen with his im
portance, says a Washington corre
spondent in the New York Tribune.
Grasping each one of them cordially
by the IiiiikI, he patted them patroniz
ingly on their backs and then delivered
a long speech, explaining in detail the
work of the office, their interest in it.
laying particular stress on the fact that
he was the motive power of it all. As
soon as their entertainer paused for
breath the visiting Indians began to
grunt and talk among themselves.
"What are they saying?" asked the
egotistical clerk, expecting to hear high
praise of himself. "Tell me whut they
"I cannot tell you," replied the inter
preter; "it was not for you to hear."
But the little man insisted, nnd with
great reluctance the interpreter finally
jielded. "They said," he translated,
"Little man, big head, heap tulk, say
nothing, much fool."
TO PROTECT ELECTRICIANS.
Employe Hint Work with One Hund
In Tlielr I'ocketn to Pre
In power houses where big dynamos
are running and heavy cables carrying
powerful currents of electricity arc all
around grcut care has to be exercised to
prevent the workmen from killing
themselves through carelessness. Fa
miliarity with danger sooner or later
results in lack of caution, and experi
enced electricians are not infrequent
ly badly shocked, if not killed, by care
lessly touching an objec they well
know should be avoided. To correct
this, says the Philadelphia Record, a
plan has been adopted iu several large
power houses. It Is neither arduous
nor complicated, but it has worked well.
It Is simply to compel every employe to
work with one hand iu his pocket ex
cept when his duties absolutely require
the use of both. Keeping one hand iu
the pocket not only keeps it out of dan
ger, but also maintains the impression
in the mind that danger exists when
both hands are free. It has the same
effect ns the string tied around a man's
linger who has been told to do sonic
thing he must not forget. One hund
always In tho pocket is a valuable re
minder not to plueo it anywhere else
unless a particular duty requires it,
A Matter of Principle.
Handout Harry Do you b'llevo In
Tieposs Teddy Naw! I don't b'lieve
In no kind o motion. N. Y. Journal.
Boys' Clothes that wear well and arc sold in all first- nil ,
class clothing stores in every large city in the U. S.yv
A boon to mothers: no Hatching, no buttons to sew-
on. vour bov9 alwavs nicclv and ncatlv dressed
Cost no more than ordinary clothes. Made oi
stylish all-wool fabrics, sewed with best linen and silk
threads, all parts reinforced, double seat and knees
in the pants. KANTWEAROUT garments arc guaran
teed. Knee pant suits at $3.50, $3, $3.50. Every
garment guaranteed made of wear rcsistingcloth, steam
snrunK, seweu wnn sun uiiu 11m.11 uuc.iu, wmcii
styles, money refunded if not perfectly satisfactory.
Ask your denier for Kantwonront Boys' Clothing;
If lio does not koopit, tnko no oilier. Writo to us;
wo will sea that your order is tilled. Be suro to
look for this trauo mark,
DAUBE, COHN, STERN & CO., CHICAGO.
.w a a
1 11 m tti si m
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DO U DLE-'SEAr
S. RUBBER, BELTS
NOT TO RIP
A. M. WILLIAMS & CO.
AMERICAN IMPULSE WHEEL CO
SUITABLE FOR DRIVING
GENERATORS AND STAMP MILLS,
ELEVATORS, PRINTING- PRESSES, ETC
Circulars and particulars furnished on application.
P. S. GUNNING, Agent.
un26 THE DALLES, OREGON
All kinds of
Grandall & Budget
The Dalles, Or.
Notice or First Moetlng of Creditor.
IN tiik DisTiticr Couitr of Tim United States
for Hie district of Oregon,
In tho matter of II. 11. I.nngley, bankrupt, lu
To the creditors of B. H. Ijingley, of Tho
Dulles, la the count) of Wusco, una district
nfcm'Mild, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the 'JOth day of
April, A. I). 11)00, tho Mild II, II. I.aiigley was
duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the. tlrst
meeting of his creditors; will bo held at tho
olUcoof tho uiidertlitued, ill Tho llalles, Wateo
county, Oregon, on tho SOth day of April, A.. 'i,
1'JiX), at S o'clock p. 111., at whleli tlmo Uh eV'x
creditors muy attend, provo Ibeir claim, up.
point u trustee, examine I be bankrupt, uud
traiuaet such other builue.a us may properly
eo 111 u beforo the meeting.
April 20, 1500. ltefciee iu liuukruptey.
M. B. Smith, Butternut, Mich,, saye,
"DeWllt's Little Early Rleers uro (he
very hest pills I ever used for costiveiios?,
liver and bowel troubles."
Wall paper! Where? At Glenn's
paint and oil store, npr!7-lw
GRHSS VALLEY 10 SHflHIKO
Stitk'o leaves Grass Valley Monday's,
Wednesday's and Friday's at I p, 111.
Leaves Shaniko Tuesday's, Thurs
day's and Saturday's at 0 a. m.
Douglas Allen, Prop.,
GRASS VALLEY, ORE.