TJie Dalles Daily Ghronide.
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E CI I KOXICLE PUBLISHING CO.
ier Second and Washington 8treets, The
1 miles, Oregon.
Term f Sabucrlption.
Year 6 00
month, by carrier , 50
STATB OFFICIALS. .
i.' ernoi '.. 8. Pennoyer
ii'i -eUry of State O. W. McBride
Tri- isurer Phillip Metschuu
jjupt. of Public Instruction E. B. McElroy
I J. N. Dolph
"'"tom....T jj, h. Mitchell
gressmnn B. Hermann
" ' d Printer Frank Baker
nty Judge C. N. Thornbnry
rill' 1). L. Cates
k J. B. Crossen
uturer Geo. Ruch
4H A. Leavens
i Frank Kincaid
issor John E. Barnett
veyor E. F. Sharp
erlntendciit of Public Schools. . .Troy Shelley
.ner William MicheLl
The Chronicle is the Only Paper in
1 1 e Dalles that Receives the Associated
The oonneHion lietween the church
. 1 et:ite is producing its usually bitter
I it in ISr;iil where the clergy have be
ue ajtKresh'ly hostile to the republic
icli they never liked and are engaged
uiai-hinution.o for the restoration of
i Catholic house of Braganza. Their
lings of hostility have been intensified
the irregularity in the payment of
;ir salaries. When the empire was
olved the federal government engaged
i ' pay all salaries to the existing church
ictioiiaiies and to support the chairs
the seminaries for one year, leaving
e provinces to do as much more as
:y pleased, in the interest of religion.
st of the provinces have done nothing
ii 1 where priests have died their altars
in vu remained vacant. The Brazilians,
accustomed to voluntary contributions
clerical support, are neglecting their
igion and the church sees the people
idually slipping away from it. These
i cu Distances have tended to intensify
i j attachment of the clergy to the im
j rhtl!amily which always provided lib
el ally for the church. On the other
l ii nd the government, recognizing, the
hostility of the clergy, instead of adopt
i measures of conciliation is said to
hiivc determined, on ths assembling of
fiigress, to abolish all responsibility for
t. jir maintenance. If this course is
pursued it is hard to tell what results
may follow among a clergy and people
holly unused to the custom of support
ing religion by voluntary contribution.
It is certain the clergy will not surrender
the priviliges they have bo long enjoyed
without a bitter struggle that may 'seri
ously test the stability of the young re-
ill i '
a hard matter Jo regulate the
litpnt- tt.""11- wnere public sentiment is
i. t im fW sympathy with the move-
rment. oia e weeks ago an Anti-Sunday
Saloon Association composed of ministers
and church jwenohers was formed in
Tacoma and Aboat twenty-five arrests
of saloon keepers Jroin different parts of
the city were .made for violating the
siatute requiring the saloons to be closed
mi Sunday. In two of the cases when
brought to trial the jury failed to agree.
One or t wo others were carried up after
,t lie conviction and the decision of the
lower court sustained. Twenty-two re
mained on the docket up till last Tues
day when prosecuting attorney Claypool
moved to liave them dismissed as the
matter would be taken up some time in
.the future in another form. The result
tin the whole-has not been encouraging
to the prosecution. .
After several weeks of hard" work the
two solicitors sent out" by Portland lo
raise subscriptions for the world's fair
exhibit have succeeded in obtaining only
f220O iii cash and promissory notes,
chiefly notes. Much interest und some
enthusiasm, wo are told, was manifested
but not much money was forthcoming,
and it takes money to make exhibit's.
Now Portland has bad another meeting
and has passed a new Bet of resolutions
to raise r0,000 and the Test of Oregon
will wait with bated .breath to see if
these resolutions were business or only
The -latest enormity perpetrated by
that wicked invention of Bijl MeKinley,
the MeKinley Bill, happened the other
day in Northern Ohio where one of the
proprietors of a large woolen mill was
adjudged insane and committed to an
asylum. His peculiar form of madness
consisted in imagining that he had le
cpme enormously wealthy since the hew
tariff law placed an increased duty on
wool. Whereas we are assured he had
actnallv become poorer and as an es
teemed contemporary says:' The Mc-
Kinley Bill was the -thing that "hoo
A rtnteinent recently prepared by the
treasury department shows that there
.has been a net increase of $12,789,909 in
the circulation fince the 15th of Novem
ber. The per capita circulation on Pec
einber is stated at $24.:8. : '.
Steel Matkay, the actor, is working on
a scheme to build a 400x600 opera honse I
and theatre at the world's fair. He is
backed by 1aik1oii an New York capital
st to the amount of. a million and a
valf. . "
Senator Warren, of Wyoming, seems
proud of the fact that he was once a
sheep herder. We see no reason why he
should not be. There is nothing dis
honorable in the calling of a sheep
It is believed that there are traces in
the animal kingdom of a 'aw , that fixes
the extreme duration of life at five times
that of growth. This latter period in
man may be said to average 21 years ;
hence the full Spun of a perfectly healthy
man's life should range from 100 to .105
Oregon girls take the "cake" when it
comes to "buckarooing." Last week a
band of cattle and an emigrant wagon
from Oregon, bound for God only knows
where, passed through Wheatland with
two good-looking web-footed girls driv
ing cattle, riding straddle and sitting in
ths saddle with as much ease and grace
as the most accomplished vaquero.
Field and Farm.
For the honor of -the state it is to be
hoped that the report is untrue that Jo
seph Simon is likely to be a successful
applicant for the ninth judicial circuit
federal judgeship. Some things hard to
justify have been done, but this would
be inlamoua. and the suggestion is re
garded with abhorrence by all, who
rightly review the tacts in tnecase. his
First drummer I am representing
the Thnnderboldt rain producing com
pany our showers last two hours and
twenty minutes, and we make a sample
shower free of charge. Second drum
mer Let me take your order, sir for the
Aquarius artifical rain-making company
our rain is superior to anything in the
market and we give a silk, umbrella
and a pair of gum boots with every
Gov. Jones, of Alabama, spoke at
Blue Creek mines last week, led in a
dance afterward, and kissed the boss
miner's wife once. Capt. Kolb, his op
ponent for the nomination, spoke later
at the same place, led the dance after
ward, and kissed the boss miner's wife
twxe. We should not be surprised if
the boss miner is not iired and weary of
that kind of business, and will keep his
family secluded during future political
Charles Goodnight, the cattle baron of
Texas, and probably one of the best
posted cattlemen in the United States,
wnile in Irimdacl the other day was
credited by one of the papers of that
city, with making the statement that the
number of cattle on the range' had been
reduced to such an extent during the
last few years, that a reaction in the
direction of bigger prices would soon set
in. He gave it as his opinion that in
the entire state of Texas, today, there is
nota train-load of three-vear-old steers,
and that when the scarcity begins to be
felt, up will go the prices. Mr. Good
night is in a position to know what he is
talking about.. .
A nicely furnished, furnace heated
room, in central location, suitable lor a
lady or gentleman. Board if desired
Inquire at this office.
GigaF : Faetopy
FIEST STEEE3T." '
FACTORY NO. 105.
pjp A 'T Q' of the Beet Brands
XJC-iCjL-LVls? manufactured, and
orders from all parts of the country filled
on the shortest notice.
The reputation of THE DALLES CI
GAR has become firmly established, and
the demand for the home manufactured
article is increasing every day.
- ' - A. ULRICH & SON.
Pipe Work, Tin Repair
ing and Roofing.
Leave orders at L. Butler's,
: Next door to "Wasoo Sun.
Madison's .Latest System used in cutting
garments, and a fit guaranteed .
1 , each tinie.v .
Hepaifing and Cleaning
'Neatly and Quickly Done. .
Hot -:-and-:- Cold-:-Baths.
UO SECOND STREET.
' NOTICE. ." -
All city warrants registered prior to
February 1, 1890, will be paid if pre
sented at ray office. Interest ceases from
and after this date.
The Dalles, Or., Novdmber 6, 1891
ll-6tf . City Treasurer.'
FLOURING MILL TO LEASE.
THE OLD DULLES MILL AND ' WATER
Company's Flour Mill will be leased to re
sponsible parties. For information apply to the
'1 he Dalles, Oregon.
The Old Germania Saloon.
JOHN DOJiflVOfl, Proprietor.
The best quality of Wines, Liquors" and
Cigars, Pabst Milwaukee Knicker
bocker and Columbia Beer,
Half and Half and all kinds'
of Temperance Drinks.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Is called to the fact that
Dealer in Glass, Lime, Plaster, Cement
- and Building Material of all kinds.
-Carries the Finest Line of
To, be found in the City.
72 uUashington Stfeet.
T. n." Vfljl SORDEfl,'
Watchmaker 1 Jeweler,
11 A 8 LOCATED AT
' 106 Seeond St., The Dalles, Op.
And is prepared to do -any and all kinds
. of work in his line, being a practi
cal workman for a period of .
over thirty years, and has
repaired over four thous
and watches in Las
. . . . sen County, Cnl.
All work from the Country promptly,
attended to, and on reasonable terms.
GIVE ME A TRIAL AND BE CONVINCED
YOUNG. KUSS 4 SMiDROCK, :
Diacksmiin & vaoon shod
General Blacksmithing and Work done
promptly, and all work
Horse Shoeing a Speciality.
TM Street, opposite ttie old Lielie Stani
R. . French has for sale a number of
improved ranches and ' unimproved
lands in the Grass Valley neighborhood
in Sherman county. ..They will be sold
very cheap and on reasonable terms.
Mr. French can locate settlers on some
good Unsettled claims in the same neigh
borhood. His address is Grass Valley,
Sherman county, Oregon.
I. C. fllCIEIiSEfl,
Has opened a new store with
there invites everybody to trade, and will cheerfully show all the new
goods, that for quality and price cannot be reached by anv other house
in the city. ' ,
STATIONERY, 'r--.:: : r
. Counting House, Office, Store, Hotels, Schoolchildren, Families or In
dividuals can make their choice from a full assortment of supplies oi
. the best stationery. - , r'- : -
MUSIC, :" '.' .j.;,,' :A ! " ".''"'. : '. V .
i .Music Books, Sheet Music, Strings and all kinds of Instruments,
, ; : Organs and Fianos sold on easy terms, or rented. . The Knabe Piano,
. . .. the Krunnich & Bach Piano, in six different styles. The Packard and
Estey Organ. First class-goods in every respecj. - ; ' ,
BOOKS,, . , . . ; l:ry
: Hundreds-of : books, from the cheapest novel in paper cover, to the
, . ' ' elegant bound volums of Longfellow and Shakespeare. - Always adding
. -. to stock the latest publications. -
TOYS, ',;':.: y ' 'V.' : ' -,- '
Almost a carload of toys received, and an endless variety of the most
pleasing kinds of Dolls and Games, will no doubt attract'attention. . The
largest assortment of all the latest popular games. . ' ' '
JEWELRY, :'- :
Watches, a good assortment, and will be sold at closing out prices.
' Gold Pens, Ornaments and Fancy -Goods for' presents, everything in
, , Pocket Knives. Pipes, Opera Glasses, Spectacles and Mirrors.
HOLIDAY GOODS, -
I Numberless Novelties and Useful Gocds of every description.
A; A. Brown,
. V Keeps a full assortment of
Staple and Fancy Grooro,
' wblch be ofTerr at Lbw Figures.
SPEGIAh x PRIGES
to Cash Buyers.
meat Cash Prices for Es ani
170 SECOND STREET.
Having made arrangements with a
number of Factories, I am pre
, , : pared to furuish
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
And all kinds of Special. work. Ship
ments made daily from factory and- can
fill orders in the shortest possible time.
It will be to your interest to see me
before purchasing elsewhere.
Office over French's Bank.
W. E. GARRETSON,
SOLE AfiESI rOK THE
Hwi-v.a'lttiirTri if -YifffinfrPFmfti;
All Watch Work Warranted.
Jewelry Made to Order.
; 138 Second St.. The Dalle. Op.' '
Still on Deck;
Phcenix Like has Arisen
. From the Ashes!
; -.-- :'';, .,'
The Restauranteur Has Opened the
Baldwin - ftestaurant
ON MAIN STREET V
Where he will be glad to see any and all
of his old patrons.
Open dav and Night. First class meals
FOR SAKE !
One of . the best Fruit Ranches in
Wasco County, only four miles west of
The f)allee. Apply to
A. Y. Marsh,
brand new good in French's Block, and
. COMPLETE, IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. -
, Gents' puMshing Goods, Hats, Gaps,
Boots and Shoes.
Full Assortment of the Leading. Manufacturers.
Gash Bayers mill save money by examining ouf stock
and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Ladies' and Childrens' French Felt Hats - 25 cents
Trimmed Hats - - - - 50 cents' and upwards.
Way Down " Ladies' and Childrens' Furnishing Goods.
J. H. CROSS,
HEADQUARTERS FOR POTATO ES.
Cash Paid for Eggs and Chickens. All Goods Delivered Free and Promptly
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
Cor. Second & Union Sts.,
TECE BATiTiES, OH.
Great Bargains !
- ' t ' ' .
Removal I Removal !
Ora account of Removal I Avill sell my
entire stock of Boots and. Shoes, Hats
and Caps',!Trunks and. Valises, Slielr
ings, 'Cotinteirs, Desic, Safe, Fixtures,
at a Great Bargain. . Come and
my otter. ; ,
. .... - ; t v.;
125 Seeohd Sttfeet,
' ' .' Keep on Hand a
Grooeries, Floor, Grain,
Highest Cash Price
"Corner of Washington and Second-St.
T The Dalles Mercantile Co.,
Sucscsr to BROOKS & BEE1U5, Pciilere In
v ;f Staple ind! Fancy Dry . Goods,
, v ents' Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, etc.
"Groceries, . Hardware,
Provisions, Flour, Bacon,
HAY, GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Of all Kinds at Lowest Market Rates.
Free Delivery r to 'Boat and Curs and all parts of the City.
390 and 394-
PAUL KREFT CO.,
' . " '' ' 't DEAI.EItS IS
Paints, Oils, Glass
And the Mit Complete mid the 1-ntest
1'iittenis nu Dusifins in
l'ructtcnl Painters and l'uper Haulers. -None
but the best bninds of the Shenviii-williamK
l'uint used in nil our work, and none but the
most stilled workmen employed. All order
promptly attended to. 1 10-1 7-d
SHOP Adjoining Rod Front Grocery,
.. . THUtU STKEET,
81 Third St
W. K. CORSON.
GEO. RUCH, '
Complete Stock of
Fruit anil ill- feefl.
Paid for Produce.
The Dalles, Or.
ClosetsS Chimneys Cleaned !
Carpets take up, cleaned ar:'. put down,
also Closets and Chimnevt cleaned"
' on short notice t reasonable ; .
'. .'" ; ... rates. ' -
Leave orders at the htore of Cbrisiuan
& Corson . , , If
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