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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
DEC. 4. 1801
EXTRACTS FROM PRES1 1 EST
President McKinley was tbe cost
wiriolr Wed man in ail the United
Stele' His assassin "larn
and generous confidence into an op
portunity to strike a fatal blow.
Nothing lacking to complete tbe
Judas-like infamy of the assassin s
act; no baser deed in tbe annals of
"Anarchy is no more an expres
sion of social discontent tbar. pitting
pockets or wife-beating. If ever it
triumphant, its tr:umph wfll last
for but one red moment, to be suc
ceeded for ages by the gloomy night
An anarchist -is in no sense a
product of social conditions, save as
a highwayman is -produced' by the
fact that an unarmed man happens to
have a purse."
It is not true that as the rich have
grown richer, the poor have grown
poorer. On the contrary, never be
fore has tbe average man. the wage
worker, the farmer, the small trader
been so well off as in this country
and at the present time. There have
been abuses connected with the ac
cumulation of wealth : yet it remains
true that a fortune accumulated in
legitimate business can be accumu
lated by the person specially bene
fited only on condition of conferring
immense incidental benefits upon
others. Successful enterprise, of the
type which benefits all mankind, can
only exist if the conditions are such
as to offer great prizes as the rewards
In the Philippines, "there need not
be the slightest fear of our not con
tinuing to give tbe natives all the
liberty for which they are fit, or of
oar failing to show a sufficiently
humanitarian spirit. The danger
comes in tbe opposite direction."
"Nothing could be more unwise
tnao to disturb tbe business interests
. . - - t.;-
of tbe countrj by any general tariff
revision at this time. Beciprocity
must be treated as tbe band-maiden
"We should not longer submit to
conditions under which only a trifling
portion of our great commerce
carried in our own ships."
T j ,
"I regard it as necessary to re-
enact immediately the law excluding
Chinese laborers and to strengthen it
wherever necessary in order to make
Creation of great corporate for
tunes is not due to tariff nor to any
other governmental action, but to
natural causes in the business world."
Congress should be cautious in
dealing with corporations, because
"America has only just begun to
assume that commanding position in
tbe international business world
which te believe will more and more
be undertaken only after calm
quiry and sober aeH-resiraioL"
One of tbe chief evib in new in
dostrial conditions is over-capitalization.
It most be corrected. .
Combination and concentration
should not be prohibited, but super
vised and controlled Fuli
and accurate knowledge as to corpo
rations' operations should be made
public regularly. If congress
lacks the constitutional authority,"
tbe constitution should be amended.
Our negotiations with Great
able to ley bef oie you s treaty which,
if ratified, will enable us to begin
preparations for an Isthmian canal at
any time, and which guarantees to
thig nation every right that it has
in connection wiib the
The fundamental rule in our
national life the rnlc which iimler-
lies all others is that, on the whole
and in the long run. we shall go upj
or dwo together. There are ex-1,
ception.-: and in times of prosperity
scme wil1 prosper far more, and ii
times of ad vers; t s me w;li suffer
far more than others: bu?. speaking
Generally, a period of good times
MM thst all share more or less in
ibeir. and in a period of hard times
all feei the stress to a greater or less
dee.ee. It surely ought not to be
necessary to enter ir!o any proof of
this statement ; the memory of tbe
lean years which began in 1893 is
still vivid, end we can contrast tbem
with the conditions in this very year '
which is now closing. Disaster to
gTeat business enterprises can never K tntjt T wnli ho;d nothing on my
have :ts effects limited to tbe men at 'stomach. Many times I would be nn
the tnn. It snreads throuifhoiit. and ! able to retain a mortal of food. Finally
while it is bad for evervbodv it is
worst lor tnce largest oown. i ne Hdverti9eaien.? on Kodo; pepsl Cure
capitalist may he shorn of his luxury : :jnd tvongj,: i; fit Ciy case and corn
but the wace-waiker may be de- enc-d it nse. I began to improve
prived of even bare necessities.
il aflal efc aaB aW P
Clark a Faik are never closed Scndav.
Oon't fornt ihi?.
Ciartte A Fa:k have on aaie a full line
of paint 9ti;l artist's brashee.
B vnn can't come daring the week, '
too cm lave a s:t!int aaaav seeing
(5ifforJ. nt9 j
Fiora. iotinn wti ran wind chapping this condition. Thev stimulate the liver i
and ranbarm. Ma:.aiac:ured by Cargai. . , 'mA hmmuh .t:,
antea i g:r jr woman u. ao muei- s
)y chamber work. So
ironing, and no children.
lUl soon ie nere ana you ;
haven't had that negative made yet.
See Gilford right away quick. bI9 !
If anything ails your hair, go and see
F rater . he's the headquarters for all
hair remedies. Remember that he ,
mare a arecsauv oi ;nese gooaa. u i
Those artists' proofs. My ! but tbey
are fine! One dozen will make juat
twelve fine Christmas presents. Gifford
is tbe man that makes them. nl9
Clark and Falk
have just received a.
fail line of fresh Velox papers and de
velopers, the same as cjed by Mr. Lovick
in bis recent demonstration at our store.
The Elite barber shop is running four
chairs thus ensuring patrons a speedy
and satisfactorv service. All tooie
8teri;i2ed fend 0D:y tXem i,nndried
towels used. n!6 im
Christmas sale of miliinery at the
Campbell 4 Wilson millinery pa lore.
One-third cfT regular price of entire
stock. Sale will continue until first of
Acker s English Remedv will stop a
coogn at any time, anu win cure me
worst cuid io twelve hours, or money re
funded. 25 cts. and 50 cts, Blakeley,
Wbv pav 1.7o per gabion for inferior
. ' r u t e-
r , 1 1 - rc-hen v.m nan bar Jtmf K.
e sun proof paintt tor LS0 per
gallon, guaranteed for 5 vears. Clark A
Fa. a, agents. mJ
Moki Tea poKtrrely cores S.ck Head
ache, indigestion and constipating. A
deiieiitlu'. herb drink. Bemuves al:
emotions of tbe akin, imidueiaava per sect
complexion, or menry refunded. 25 cts
and SO cts. Btakaler. tbe dregxis'..
, , . " .
Acker Dyspepeio Tablet are : on
a positive guarantee. Cotes heart-burn,
raising of tbe food, distress after eating
or way form oi drenepssa. One little
tablet aivt-e tramedtate re i let. so ets
and 50 etc. Blakeiey . tbe druggist.
Shows the itate of your feelings and the
state of your health as well. Impure
bioo! makes itself apparent iu a pale
and sallow complexion, Ptmplee and
-t:u Eruptions. If you are feeling
weak and worn out and do not have a
healthy appearance yon shonid try
Acker's Blood EUxir. It cures all blood
diseases where cheap Sartaparillaa and
so called purifiers fail ; knowing this we
sell every bottle on a positive guarantee.
Biakeie; rb druggist.
Fine turkeys, fattened eapecially
tbe Carnaby Market. Hinaes' sweet
iiick.ee m ..u a. t,u olive, sweet cider,
apple butter, pickled tripe, pigs feet,
sauerkraut, and other specialties too
u 4 .Jii iv jo vv uitui iuj , i-awvs taw asesvs sai t v
time at Cernaby's American Market,
Try Van Nor Jet's for a perfect fit in
I1' old or young, near sighted or
SS2C JTirfa-W ML
SMCTsttissjsMsf sMsijy 4jssst
Tea will not have boils if von take
Cimrk cere tm
i Gifford ' Fotofi Newer Fade
Union and Second Streets. Local Phone 92.
Sired Bis Lif.
"I wish to say that I owe n.y life to
Eodol Dyspepsis Cure,"" writes H. C.
Cbreslenson of Hayfieid, Minn. "For
three vears I was troubled with dyspepsia
' I was conSned 10 my bed.
Djctore said !
owe of vocr .
I could not live. I read
: from the first bottle. Now I em cured
' and recommend it to ah." Digests your
food. Cores all stomach troubles. Clarke
A Fa k s P. O. Pnarmacy.
Health and Beauty
Afoor corrtplexton is uaoa'Jy tbe re-1
oil of a torpid liver or irregniftr action
of the bowels. Tnlee nature's refose is
carried off it will eurel? cause impute j
blood. Pimples, boi.e and other erupliona ;
to'.iotr. Thie is nature's method of
throwing off the ooisnns which the bowels
tailed to remove. De Vt ht'e Little Ear; v j
Risers are world famous for remedying:
j g)UU UU1UM itUibi tiu ui uj wauMw j
i nf rhft Vanwain hnt npvflr rtng flrTininff. !
mnM nr -- s., n.:n.. Ciarko i
FU'8 P' - PhPniCT-
I; is a mystery wby women endure
Backache, Headache, Xervousueaa
Sleeplessness, Melancholy, Fainting and :
Dizzy Spe.is when thousands have proved
tbmt Electric Bitters will quickly cure
u Bfn.reri fnr with
( kidney trouble," writes Mrs. Phebe
I Cberley, of Peterson, la., "and a lame
back pained me so I con id not draw my
laattf hnt F.lertrir Bitten whol'v cared
m . thnautt r. old I no.
am ahle to do all my housework." It
overcomes Constipation, improves Ap
petite, gives perfect health. Only 60c
at G. C. Biakeley's drug store. 3
All women seneibly desire to be at
tractive. Beauty is the stamp of health
because it is tbe outward manifestation
of inner purity. A nealtby woman is
always attractive, biigbt and happy.
When every drop of blood in tbe veins is
pure a beauteous hush is on the cheek.
But when the blood it impure, moreen ,
new , bad temper and a ealiow complex-1
ion tells tbe tale of sickness all to plain
if. And women today know there is no ;
beauty without health. Wine of Cardoi
crowns women with beaut v and attrae-!
ttvenesa by making strong and healthy
thoss organs wnich make her a woman.
Try Wine of Card ui, and in a month
your friende will hardiy know you.
FARM FOR SALE.
Four hundred acres of deeded land
situated sixteen miles south of Tbe
Dalles, in tbe beet grain district in East- i
ern Oregon, wili be sold at a bargain.
, The land is nearly ail under cultivation
' nd ell improved, having a good boose,
barn, granary and other ootbocaes, and
aoincient wAer for fifty bead of horses
; during the dryest seasons, A windmill ;
! and cistern is constructed so as to furnish
j water lor the hooae, stock and garden
' ,rr,sl,u"- e eum-ieoi pmuir
for a small hand of stock and splendid
hog paatore on the farm. For further
particulars apply to
Thbo. J. Sat'PEBT,
rwt-1 mrU a Rot SR4 The fntllea
When yonr hair appears dry and to
have lost its vitality it wants something
to give it life and vigor. W have what
tta hair needs when it gets In that con
dition. We have m the Crown of
Bcieoce Hair B Grower and
Cocoabnt CrMoiW V Tonic. They
will cure datid Ssssaf ruff and a:,
scalp diseases. For sale at Fraxer's bar
ber shop. Pries 60c and 76c a bottle.
, If you want to retain yonr
nave to keep your scalp clean
ill make your hair harsh, dry aad
erispy. Now we have two of the yery
ue.ji prepmrauuus iut cwsneiog; sue
calp Egg and Pine Tar Shampoo. It
will leave yonr hair oft and glosev.
g tvm , sW gnsMSW esrw vswaa waw an eavsrsssws Sa a iggui w
j barber shop, Tbe Dalles.
You saw tfaoes fine portrait frame at
the caratvai? Tbey ate going very fast ;
the supply is limited, and yonr pietare
io one of tbem is jost tbe thing for
Christmas. Gtfloid. n!9
Clarke Falk's fee
tbe bast. Ask yonr r war for
- sfst sfh afai sfb sfai
First-Class Regular Heals.
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER...
j Royal Toke Point and Olympia Oysters served
w at all "hrvn-rs tnrl in all stvles.
w w w mmmm e
4 Agency ALDON BRAND delicious Chocolates
and Confections. Always fresh.
BUY A WILSON
and save fuel. THE WILSON has an
OUTSIDE DRAFT that will not burn
out We also carry a line of TRILBY
Wagon and Carriage Warfc.
Fish Brothers' Wagon.
Ttort ait JbUlt-gh. Pine 15!
m m n J . l ,,,,
PfOI. nOlTIBr Q6 MOlTISOn
I Sspssl BSrsl sW
aahtaston at r net- Rooms 23 30,
rUKTLSXD, OgtttOR. '
The first regtatet vfl as well a tbe Stat radu
ate naloiat ever lu PurtlaitS- The worM'a
i K eateat Tranet Clairvoyant aad He.be.ist can
be couanlted dallr " al Halts o( if'
Prof, de Horrit-m is witlratit a doabt tbe most
scienUac Patici-t and :iairvoiaut in tot world
MoaT be locate biddeu treasure, rerun ilea tbe
separated, tells If tbere U miuera'., u.l. or gas on
vottr land, enables you to win tn? alleclon of
one yon desire.
raimistrv taught. DMtiamiJtic persons devel
ovsL Heels by the uses of bis revealed herbal
leas: core chronic and o-caT.ed incurable dis
eases. Prte treatment for the poor.
Send 11, date oi birth and three qoeationa; aU
letters anawered at ence,
Locate lag VUlasa.
Portland, ang. 10.-
: de Morrison, oteolUst.
(To the editor). Homer
located by vision tfaebol
Wiii stolen I rum tin- Sela?
; ainnleatad by letter the faats to Mr A
rner or i
ass. lasatu raaiwiw.
i "U U pleaalng be assured that the gold
I totoafroej toa al0ySaana
i faffOfrsaaa tKsat Saaas mlggfw
ves that the story of the eoufessloo of the
waa tvqwiaKt ia
covering tbe gold waa a bane Cal
Uop torgaeaaipaar et apatvaag
uregoa of juat
Unttertfttr mi Enttalmer
Oar. Third and Wshlnton
disUase pboaesSS. Local, 10s.
FRENCH & CO.,
Transact a General Basking Business.
I Letters of Credit iseued available in
tbe Eastern Slates.
i Sight Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfers said nn Now York, Chicago,
at. Louis, Ben Francisco, Portland Ore
: son. Seattle Wash., and various points
J in Osteon and Washington.
UQMectioos maae at all points on fav
1 PORKand BEEF
MAjrr f Ac-rr kjcks of
Fine Lard and Sausages
Carers of BRAND
HAMS & BACON
UBJFD BEEF. ETC.
JUST ARRIVED !
The largest and most
complete line of . . .
ever shown in the -aity
are now on display at
H. Glenn & Co s
Paint and Oil Store.
John Pashek, The Tailor,
' iost received 1600 1
oi tbe Mstaet paster na m Gent's
Clotbiaf Goods. Ho guaran
tees prices aad a good fit or no
John Paahek, The Tailor.
(fiaaasagrr I ssusc
llaiiAfti ft a. en si
I j Chtcafro-
liitb p. re.
! 12:io a. m.
1 St. Panl
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. ::5p. m.
Salt Lake, Oenver, Ft
Worth. Omaha. Kan
aseCiiv.at l-.uje, Chi
cago and the Kant.
Salt Lake, Denver, TV.
! Worth, Omaha, an
aakCltt.LaaU.Chi . cngo and the East.
4:50 a. m.
WiIm Walla, Lewtaton.'
rosn, Minrieaneir, SX ; ''- s
Paul. Dnlnth. :irao-'
kee, Chicago and EaaL
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(All Bailing dates snb-
wt tn ehanee I I
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sail every b day.
4:00 p. m
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Landing. 4:00 p. m.
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Oregon City. Serrberg.
and a ay -Landings.
4:90 p. m.
' 6 00 a. m.
4:V) p. in.
CorvalUs and Way-
Wttlemetae urn ' 0 p. m.
tamhltl Ktrera. Monday,
, Thursday .
, T:80a. m.
Oregrm City, Dayton and Wc?.'7
3:40 a. m.
Riparia to Lewtaton.
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points on Coram1
Southern via Biggs, abotild
take No. 2, ha
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i, a Bum. KMnmina bm
at Heoouer inaction and Bigg with
riving at The Dalles at 106 p.
for iurther particulam
I on or address
The Dalles, Oregos.
M. Z. DONNELL,
. s. sesawes,
Max A. Voer.
First HatioiHl Baok.
THB DALLES - - - OREGON
A General Banking Beslneas transacted
Deposits reajgaana, gahfMBt to eight
Draft or Cheek.
CbUeotioas made and proceeds nroniptly
rasMadoav if vWksstion.
richt and TilsaiMtli ii luiiir 1
Sew Turk, fisa Trsssssisoo mad von-
D. P. Tac
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BO. A. LfSBB.
Tie IILIWll EiBKT
W- W. WILSO IT, Saasftr.
piwt-Qats 19 Every l)espet.
PMVATS PMaimk wfcWVED.
The table always supplied with the
best io tbe
It Front St.. agar Otcrt. TU Dsliss.