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THE DALLES WEEKLY- CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1895.
The Weekly Chronicle
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY.
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Wednesday s Daily-'-
.. . Court has adjourned till Friday.
, ' Deputy Sheriff Hill left for the country
this morning to serve summons.
Harvesting has commenced in the
. fields south of town. The yield will be
abont an average one. ' '
Carl Nickelsen, at the request of his
nncle, was sent to the reform school in
charge of Sheriff Driver.
. Three carloads of strawberries came up
on last night's express, bound for points
east of the Rocky mountains. -'
. Ton will misB the chance of a lifetime
if yon fail to attend your birthday party
at the Christian church tonight, at 8
o'clock sharp. . " -
. Nearly every prominent railroad in
the U. S. is .represented by freight
agents in .our city, and bidding tor
freight has been very, brisk the last few
days. . . . - ' .
... .Mr..-, M. J. Cockerline,-of the Boyd
Rollflr Millfl. wirIiph in hnv nr trada for
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a two-horse farm wagon (about 3-in.)
It must hfi in pond nhane and reasona-
ble in price. Write him as above. It
Sheepmen report ' the feed in the
; mountains to be better than fpr years.
' Great care will have to be -exercised a
little later, when the grass and brush be
come dry, or disastrous fires will be the
The May term of the circuit court ha
' been in session two weeks, daring which
time five jury cases were tried. Court
has not finally adjourned, but will be
kept open some time for the disposition
of business which does not'reanire a
iurv. . .
A shipment of twenty-two' cars, about
6000 head, of sheep was made from the
stockyards this morning. The sheep are
shipped directly to the Chicago market
ijrid are accompanied , by W, T. Wise-J
ma,n and J. Snerar.
It is estimated . that , already , about
$250,000 has been paid for wool at this
market and that less than one-third of
..I i -. 1. 1 , . i i . , i
. sold. If The Dalles is not a good busi
siiess point we ' have yet to learn the
Persons driving in. from Sherar's
bridge report that there are over 20,000
head of sheep between The Dalles and
the bridge, headed, for this city. , Most
of the sheep are bound for the Chicago
market, while the others are being
driven to different ranges. .
Several of the fair ones from the white
chapel district of our city got on a "tear"
the other day and undertook to run the
town. They did not go very far, for
they were soon run in. This morning
they appeared before the recorder and
paid for their fun.
The preliminary hearing of R.. A.
Powers, charged with assault with in
tent to kill, came op before Justice
Harlan of Mosier. Powers was bound
over in the sum of $1000 to appear be
fore the grand jury. A. S. Bennett ap
peared for Powers and G. W. Phelps for
the state. ' ' ' '
The Wasco warehouse presents a very
busy scene. Wool has been coming in
so fast that soveral new additions have
been built in order to store it. Over
300,000 pounds have been received since
Monday. Considerable amount of wool
has changed hands in the last few days,
at prices very satisfactory to all con
cerned. A party of prominent Western Union
officials came up from Portland on to
day's local. The party consists of C.
M. Bristol of- Minneapolis, general
superintendent of construction for the
western division, D. R; Davis, superin
tendent of construction for ' the San
Francisco district, and - D. J.' Davis,
superintendent of construction for the
Minneapolis district.-' The'uartv'is out
The regular monthly meeting of Jack1
fint Kcmi-ruttr in fKn fhaif Tan
embers were elected. After transact-
ng the regular business of the evening,
general discussion in regard to the
Fourth was held. It was finally decided
hat if the city did nothing towards cel-
brating, Jackson company would give a
tall on the night of the Fourth. The
illowing committee. was appointed , to
Uk.cljarge of . the ball : R. B. Sinnott,
. y. Wyndam, Jim Fisher. ; : . ' .!
. ,- '. Tonrsday's Daily
TnV following is the forecast of the
Veather sent out by Mr. Pague: Thurs-
ay and Friday slight showers and
tationary.- V':. ',- .'' ,v . ?
Either the fish won't bite at the fish
heels or they have chosen jaew chan
nels for the navigation of the river. The
catch during the past few days has been
The Diamond flour mills are receiving
a ereat deal, of wheat from Klickitat
couuty and the interior. ... .
Anv . Dersons who may have carried
away copies of the -Best Hymns" from
the M. E.Sanday school, are requested
by the superintendent to leturn them
this week. '
A number of Warm Spring Indians are
in the. city trying to dispose of horses,
They do not understand why horses are
not bringing such high . prices as in
former years. ' . - . ' . ,
Five thousand head of sheep belong
ing' to Byron McCleland,. were ferried
over the river this morning. " They
are. on their way to the ranges in the
vicinity of Mt. Adams.
The preliminary hearing of Korthrup
from Waraic is being Held this after
noon before Justice Davis. Northrup is
charged with stealing some hogs. G.
W. Phelps is for the state and Story &
Gates for the defendant.
The funeral of Mr. Ed. Boynton took
place from the1 Catholic -church at 2
o'clock this afternoon. A large number
of friends of the deceased were present
at - the last sad rites. The remains
of - Mr.- Boynton were interred in. the
Catholic cemetery. .
Mays & Crowe have just received two
carloads ' of farming implements and
buggies from the East. One car is from
Pekin, 111., and is loaded .with Hodge
headers; the other one is from Racine,
Wis., and contains all kinds of buggies,
made by the Racine Wagon & Carriage
Co. . . . :-' . -.
About 75 per cent of the taxes for 1894
have been .paid ; the remaining 25 per
cent is badly needed by the county, and
the genial sheriff and his most genial
deputy will greet every delinquent who
steps in to pay, with cordiality that is
worth something in itself ; if you are de
linquent just try it.
This is one of the days when, accord
ing to the Evening Telegram, a man can
work out of doors in Eastern Oregon
without any danger of sunstroke. Mr.
Telegram, we suggest, that you come up
and spend a summer in Eastern Oregon ;
you will . find it the most delightful
climate in the world.
English Lutheran services will be held
by Rev. L..Grey of Oregon City n Fri
day and Saturday evenings at 8 o'clock,
in the Lutheran chapel, .on Ninth street.
On Sunday Rev. Grey will , preach in
Dufur and Rev. Horn, who arrived from
the convention in Portland, will preach
in The Dalles. A cordial invitation for
these services to everyone. '''
' Friday's Dally
A carload of ' sheep went to the Port
land market yesterday. '
Several cars loaded with wool went
west on train No-23 this afternoon.
The weather report says cool weather
is prevailing all over Eastern Oregon.
A tasty sign is being placed on the
glass in front of Tom McCoy's barber
shop. , '
Watch Thb Chronicle tomorrow for a
full report of the exercises at St. Mary's
- The Chronicle force is working Bhort
handed today and much interesting
matter must wait till tomorrow.
The upper Columbia is rising slightly.
The Snake river is stationary. . A slight
rise will come Sunday, but any further
decided rise is almost impossible.
Every preparation for the Sunday ex
cursion is complete and it promises to be
a day of enjoyment. Read their adver
tisement and then make your calcula
tions to attend.
A west bound freight train was delayed
this morning at Cayote station by the
engine going off the track.' ' There will
be no interruption to traffic.
- Mr. Charles Clarke received word that
he very successfully passed the state
pharmaceutical examination held ; re
cently in Portland. ' This Speaks well
for the ability and studious habits of Mr.
Clarke. . . .-; .' ; .. ... ! ': :
-. The G. A..R. encampment, to be held
in Oregon City next week, will be at
tended by a number of ladies and gen
tlemen from this city. The Regulator
line hamade an excursion rate to Port
land and return for f 1.60 for the round
trip, good for ten days. ''. ; :
The editor of The Chronicle is under
obligations to Mr. R. B. Sinnott for val
uable assistance .rendered to this paper
daring the past two days.:. He is a news
gatherer and writer of much ability.
Mr. Sinnott can call on The Chronicle
for any favor it can ever grant. -."
Those going on the excursion 8unday
need not take any lunch with them, as
Ed. Bergeron, at the Locks, is prepared
to feed the hungry to their entire satis
faction. - Don't forget to call and see
him and sample his good things to eat.
- Rev, Mr.. Grey will preach tomorrow
evening at - the - Lutheran-chapel - -on
Ninth street. Sunday at 2 p. m. he will
talk at the Long Hollow . schoolbouse,
near Dufur. Sunday" evening he will
preach in The Dalles, but at what place
has not been announced. ;
.The examination of Northrup, the
case reported from- Wamic, was con
cluded . today before Justice Davis this
morning. The defendant' was ' held to
appear before the grand jury in bonds
for (200. Story & Gates appeared for
the defendant, while Pros. Atty. Jayne
and Deputy Phelps represented the
state...... . ; . ' '
Next Sundav there will be mass held
in St. Peter's church at 6 o'clock in the
morning. There will be no high mass
on account of , the dedication of the
church at Cascades. - Most Reverend
Archbishop Gross will officiate and give
confirmation at the close of service.
Sheriff Driver received word yesterday
that Scott Delaney, for whese arrest a
warrant had been issued charging him
with abduction, had been apprehended
yesterday beyond Antelope. He will be
brought into town at once. . This .case
will .be a very important one and the
outcome watched with considerable in
Mr. Rasmus wants to know how it
was the telegram he got from Walla
Walla Wednesday, saying one of the
members of the Damon and Pythias cast
had missed the train, was sent two hoars
before the train left. . The only explan
ation that occurs to The Chronicle is
that there must be either a mistake in
the .time card or the hoar of the tele-,
gram. It couldn't have been anything
else. : - " " '
The demurrer to the indictment num
ber one against Ed Martin was sustained
on tne erouna tnat two crimes were
charged. The demurrer to the remain
ing indictments were overruled. - The
defendant refused to plead, and conse
quently the judge entered a plea of
guilty, and sentenced the defendant to
two years in the penitentiary for each
indictment, to which the demurrers
were overruled. Exceptions were served
and the case will go to the supreme
court. . . -' ,; . '.' '
' It wouid be a favorj mightily appreci
ated, if the engineers of the engines get
ting ready for the east-bound train to
night, ' woald, in' passing the opera
house, make no more noise than possi
ble. We are not very well informed as
to the technical cause of the matter
complained of, but if there is any other
way of getting past the opera ' house
without entirely drowning the voices of
the actors by a rash of hissing steam,
the audience would be willing to return
a vote of thanks.
The various wards will meet tonight
to nominate council men. The first
ward, which comprises all that part of
town north of Third street, will meet in
the council chambers. ..The second ward,
comprising that portion south of Third
street and east -of -Court, will meet in
the county courthouse upstairs. The
third ward will meet in the county court
room. This ward includes that portion
of this city south of 'Third, street and
west of Court.' All the meetings should
be largely attended.
Mr. S. H. Riddell fas in town today
and told a Chronicle reporter that the
grasshoppers were in the section of
country where his farm is and the farm
ers were ieanng damage-to tne grain
from the hoppers. It is hoped they are
not present in numbers large enough to
cause, any serious loss. Mr. Riddell
says otherwise prospects for a harvest
are good and the soil contains considera
ble moisture yet. The next few weeks
will be anxious ones for the farmers, as
with the expected good price for wheat
we want large crops. ' " .
. . Mr. Northrup, whose case has just
been on trial before Justice Davis, called
on the editor today and, wished to make
an explanation. .He says the statement
in this paper several days ago. did him
much injustice, and that he did not in
tend ' to resist the officer . with a Win
Chester. Mr. Northrup also stated he is
innocent ot -the charge against him and
that his reputation in the community is
good. He also intends o fight the case,
which has been decided against him be
fore the justice today, to a finish in the
circuit court. The Chboniclk, as a
paper that prints the news, does not
wish to do .Mr. Northrup or anybody
else any injustice and will publish both
sides of any controversy.
Paul Koseter Safe.
' Mr. N. B. Sinnott, of- the Umatilla
House, has been watching the papers
ever since 'the wreck of the Colima, to
see if he could find some tidings of his
cousin,- Paul Roseter, who was chief en
gineer of the ill-fated ship. , Nothing
was noted in the papers until this morn
ing the San Francisco Chronicle brought
the glad tiding that Paul Roseter was in
China. Paul Roseter had been chief en
gineer on the Colima for several years
and had made every trip ' with the
steamer until the last one. The chief
engineer of the Peru a passenger and U.
S. mail steamer running between San
Francisco and China, was -taken sick
just before the steamer sailed and Mr.
Roseter was transferred to the Peru.
The first assistant engineer of the Colima
was made chief and when the disaster
came he stood at bis post and went down
with the ship.
- Beat JEstat a Transactions.
The following deeds were recorded by
the county clerk : '. . , . . ,
, John D.-Wood ward to Richard Wood
ward,' the bs, sw. and lot 3, tec 33, tp
3 n, r 8 e, W M in Wasco county.
H. M. Wilson and A. A. Wilson to L.
D. Boyed, e, ne and e, e, sec
34, tp 2 n, r 10 e, W M, Wasco county..
The most pleasant iittie pills for re
gulating the bowels, are De Witt's Little
Early Risers. Cures sick' headache and
constipation Small pill, Small dose. For
sale by Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
Every lady purchasing $5.00 worth of Dry Goods of us on" Saturday will
receive, one , of our
Patent Security Dust
The Security is
Store. " You are
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
Mr. Andrew Steele of 5-Mile is quite
Dr. Hinker of. San Francisco is here
for a few days.
Mr. Harrison Dufur arrived from
Dufur this morning. . :
Mr. Lem Burgess of Bake Oven is in
the city selling stock.
Misses Clara and Julia Nickelsen went
to Hood River this morning.
Mr. 6. W. Pennoyer and wife of Port
land came up on the local today.
Mr. Y. W. Vaille, a IT. 8. mail con
tractor of Portland, is in the city.
E. Olds of Grass Valley and F. M.
Driver of Wamic paid us a pleasant call
Mr. L. II. Lacey of Omaha is in the
city looking for stock for the eastern
Mr. S. S. Wolliver, a large sheep raiser
from the upper country, arrived in the
city today. t
Mr. and Mrs. Dunn of Heppner, with
several eastern friends, came np on the
Mr: F. Metzgee, a prominent business
man of Cincinnati, Ohio, is at the Uma
tilla House. '
Miss Rath Cooper returned last night
from Kalama, where she has been en
gaged in teaching.
Mr. Charles Stephens went to Golden
dale yesterday upon the receipt of news
that his mother was very ill.
- Geo. Young came in from Bake Oven
yesterday.. He reports the crops in his
vicinity as being in very fair condition,
bat sadly in need of rain.
Mr. Fred W. Wilson, of The Chron
icle, left last night for Walla Walla, to
attend the alumni dinner of Whitman
college. He will return tomorrow.
. Mr. F. A. Faulkenbnrg, head consul
for the Pacific jurisdiction ot the Wood
men, came np on the Regulator last
night, and returned on this morning's
L. H. Campbell of Portland is in the
Mr. W. J. Jones of Goldendale is in
the city. . - :: - v .
Mr. Lynott.and wife of Stevenson are
in the city. - . .
Mr. Thomas Harris of Nansene came
in last night. -
Nr. Mann went to Portland on this
Sheriff Driver returned from a trip to
Salem last evening.
Mr. Thomas Clark came np from
Stevenson last night. .
Mrs. D. B. Gaunt of Nansene came np
on the Regulator last evening. .
Mr. H. Beckwith, traveling auditor
for the Pacific Express Co;, is in the
city.:, '-.-..,..: -! .' . " i
Miss Grace Glenn arrived home last
night from a visit to relatives in Port
Mrs. Louis Fritz and Miss Lettie John
ston are up from Portland viBitmg rela-
Mr. Goo. Phelps returned last even
ng, after spending a few days at Collins
Landing. - . - -
Mrs. L. J. Cramer and daughter of
SraBS Valley, are spending a few days in
Captain W. P. Gray, one of the old-
time O. S. N. Co. 's steamboat men, was
in the city. ... : . .
Miss Anna Wentz of Portland, for
merly of The Dalles; is in the city visit
Mrs. H. C. Coe of Hood River arrived
last night on the Regulator and returned
home this morning. ..
Mr. W. A. Johnson of Heppner ar
rived in onr city la3t nigSt. Mr. John
son intends to make this place his future
home. . '.
Mr. "E. J. Brannick. oi the Studebaker
wagon works, is in the city looking for
Saturday, Jane 15th
a necessity in the house.
sure to like them.
some wagons which were stolen from
the branch house in Portland.
A large number of persons went west
on the local this afternoon. Dr. Siddall,
Mrs. Schenck, Mrs. Menefee and Mrs.
DeH off went to Portland.
Dr. Siddall left on the afternoon train
for Portland,-where he goes to attend
the meeting of the pioneers. The doc
tor came to this coast in April, 1851.
Mr. A. Scherneckaa of Astoria, is in
the city. He 8tatea that tne aPng at
Astoria haabpen nn nan alio balmy and
pleasant. Mr. Schnrnpolran nt in be
largely interested in lands and stock -in
the southern portion of the countv and
etui retains an interest in the stock busi
ness there. .
Mr. Richard Hinton came np from
. Mr. N. B. Brooks, a prominent lawyer
uuiuniuKie, w ill blltf Ci IJ.
Mrs. Avis Stewart was a passenger on
the west bound local this afternoon.
Mr. P. J. McGrail of Nansene was a
caller at Thk Chkoniclb office today.
Mrs. J. H. Cradlebaugh returned to
day from an extended visit in California.
Mr. J. Harvey Smith of Grass Valley,
Sherman county, is in The Dalles today.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Harris went to Port
land this afternoon to spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Judd S. Fish returned
today from a several days' visit in Port
land. Archbishop Gross was a passenger
from Portland to The Dalles on this
Mr. B. F. Laughlin, who has been
camping at Tych Vallev. is in town for a
couple of days. '
Mr. J. Burlingame of Dufur will leave
in a short lime for an extended trip in
the Willamette valley.
Mrs. Mary Myers was chosen chaplain
of the order of Eastern Star at the meet
ing in Portland yesterday. - v ;
- Mrs. C. J. Crandall went to Hood
River this morning to Attend the con
cert giyen by Mrs. Heald at Hood River
Miss May Bobbins, who has been at
tending school in The Dalles for the past
year, has gone to spend the summer at
White Salmon. '
Mrs. S. C. Wilson 'went to Portland
via the boat line this morning. She will
attend the meeting of the Woman's Re
lief Corps at Oregon City.
Mr. T. H. Clarke and Mr. Bevans, of
Nelson. Washington, are in the city.
They are largely interested in the wood
and naming business near Cascades, on
the Washington side. '
Mr. James Covington, a pioneer of
1850, paid Thb Chronicle a pleasant
call this morning. He now lives at
Hood River, where he has a comfortable
home. Mr. Covington denies 'the story
that he is the original "Arkansaw
Ex-Gov. Z. F. Moody left last night
for Cleveland to attend the national con
vention of republican clubs. . Mr. M. A.
Moody of this city, was chosen a dele
gate, but on account of a pressure of
wool business, could not go and sent his
proxy to his father.
Mr. Chas. Stephens returned yester
day afternoon from Goldendale, where
he had been called to the bedside of hie
sick mother. When Mr. Stephens left
the sick lady was somewhat better,' and
hopes are now entertained of her recov
ery. The ailment was a trouble of the
heart, brought about by an attack of'
grippa several years ago.- . ..
DIED. , .
In this city, June 11th, at 12 p. m.,
Mr. Ed. Boynton.
At the home of Mrs. Dunn's mother,
Mrs. Smart, Jane 12th, Florence May
Dunn, aged 2 yrs., 9 mos. and 7 days,
daughter of Edward and Mary Dunn.
In this city, Jane 11th, to the wife of
Alex. Cathcart, a daughter.
to see them when in the
Tha Parrlsh-Rlddell Msrrlaa;. '
Last Tuesday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
Rev. J. H. Wood, of the Methodist
church, joined in holy matrimony Mhw
Grace Edna Riddell, eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Riddell, and Mr.
Din a more Parrish, a young man raised
in this county. The ceremony took
place at the residence of tho bride's par
ents, about ten miles from town, and
was attended by only a few friends of
the contracting parties. After the mar
riage service was oyer, the guests sat
down to a bountiful collation, at which
many kind wishes for the young people
Mr. Parrish is well known and highly
esteemed in this community, where he
has lived his yonng life. ' He now holds
a position in the store of E. J. Collins k
uo. Miss KiddeM that was has lived
in Wasco county for fourteen years, and
possesses v all the qualities of noble
The happy couple will make their
home in this city, t Thb Chboxicle and
their large of friends, wish them health,
wealth and prosperity, and a life full of
JLateat In the Circuit Court.
In the circuit court today the follow
ing proceedings were held :
Judgment by default was entered ia
the cases of Pease & Mays vs. H. E.
Moore, Pease & Maya vs. J.'W. Moore
and French fc Co. vs. H. E. and J. W.
Motion for new trial was overruled and
judgment entered on the verdict in the
case of P. M. Cochrane vs. J. D. Tunny.
The case of Urquhart vs. Urquhart
was referred and a referee will be agreed
upon later. '
TIIE BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCfL
Hard Work and Indigestion: gov
Hand In Hand. ;
Concentrated thought, continued in, rohai
the stomach of necessary blood, and this i
also true of hard physical labor.
When a five horse-power engine Is made
to do ten horse-power work something:
going to break. Very often the hard
worked man coming from the field or the
office will "bolt" his food in a few min
utes which will take hoars to digest Tbem
too, many foods are about as useful in the:
stomach as a keg of nails would be it a
fire under a boiler. The ill-used stomach,
refuses to do its work without the proper
stimulus which it gets from the blood aiX
nerves. The nerves are weak and " ready
to break," because they do not get the
nourishment they require from the blood,
finally the ill-used brain is morbidly wide
awake when the overworked man at
tempts to find rest in bed. '
The application of common sense- in the
treatment of the stomach and the whole
system bring to the busy man the full en
joyment of life and healthy digestkm when
he takes Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets to -
relieve a uniu u bwuiku v
hearty meal, and Dr. Pierce's. Golden)
Medical Discovery to purify, enrich and
vitalize the blood. The " Pellets " are tiny
anrar-coated trills made of highly concen
trated vegetable ingredients which relieve
the stomach of all offendinir matter easily
and thoroughly. They need only be takes
for a short time to cure the biliousness,
constipation and slothfulness, or torpor, of
the liver; then the "Medical Discovery"
should be taken in teaspoonful dose to in
crease the blood and enrich it. It has a.
.i;...ffiMnnn tti linlns membrane
of the stomach and bowels, toning np and
strengthening them for all time. , The
whole system feels the effect of the pure
blood coursing through the body and the
nerves are vitalized ana strengthened, not
deadened, or put to sleep, as the so-called
1 mrA n.TV. m lure
but refreshed and fed on the food they
need for health. If you suffer from indi
gestion, dyspepsia, nervousness, and any
of the ills which come from impure blood
and disordered stomach, you can cure
yourself with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
"Discovery which can be obtained at any
drug store in the country.
Pain haa no show with Dr. KDa1 Pala PQhv