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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1895.
Lane of Antelope is in the
Hiss Nellie Butler returned home
the Regulator last night. .
Mr. C. R. Bone from Grants went
Hood River on todays boat.
Mr. J. H. Cradlebaugh went to Hosier
this morning on legal business.
County Commissioner A. 8.' Blowers
came up from Hosd River today.
: ' Mr. G. W. Phelps went to Mosier this
morning on business for the county. -
Mr. F. M. Kagy, a former resident of
. - The Dalles, passed through town today.
Dr. Arthur W. Chance, a prominent
:. dentist of Portland, was in The Dalles
. Mr. J. C. Oliphant, formerly in the
," employ of the D. P. & A. N. Co., came
; up last sight from Portland. - .
Miss Grace Campbell of Hood River,
. came up on the boat last evening to
' spend a few days in this city.
Mr. V. C. Brock, cashier of the Sher
man county bank at Wasco, accom
panted by his wife, is in the city.
Mrs. Hugh Gourley, wife of the tal
ented editor of the Klickitat Republican
vent to Goldendale on this morning
Mr. and Mrs. LaDnc came in from
Dufur yesterday to attend the gradua
tion of their daughter, Agnes, from St
Alary s academy.
Editor J. W. Armsworthy, of the
'Wasco News, came in from Sherman
countv yesterday to attend the "Damon
and Pythias" entertainment.
Congressman W. R. Ellis, of the
second district, came down from Hepp
ner last night and, accompanied by his
family, took the Regulator for Portland
Mr. W. H. Winter of Kansas is visit
ing Mr. Leslie Butler today. We
acknowledge a pleasant call from Mr,
Winter who may probably locate in the
Mr. Matt Thourbourn and family of
JLingsley, attended the commencement
exercises at St. Mary's yesterday. Their
daughter, Miss Cassie, was one of the
Dr. O. D. Doane retui ned last night
from attending the session of the btate
, - Medical Society in Portland. Dr.Doane
and The Dalles were honored by the
election of this gentleman to the office of
. president, ihie is a graceful compli
ment to a talented physician and the
society has done honor to itself.
Mr. Albert Allen of Boyd was a caller
on las uhrokicle tnis morniDg.
Mrs. A. C. Phelps went to Collins
. Lauding on this morning's boat
Mr. Robert Burns, general freight
agent of the O. K. & Si. was in town today.
Mr. M. Roth rock, father of Miss
' 'Blanche Roth rock, was in The Dalies
Miss Georgia Sampson returned Sat
urday from a short visit with friends in
' Mr. A. H. Jewett, the nursery man of
' White Salmon, cam up on the Regula
, tor last night.
Miss Grace Campbell returned to her
Hood River home this morning, after a
pleasant visit in The Dalles.
Mr. Ed. M. Wingate of Antelope ar
rived in town Saturday and is shaking
hands with his many friends. ,
Mr. L. O'Brien, the sheep king of
Klickitat county, is in The Dalles dis
posing of a large crop of wool.
Mr. Moses Sichel, a prominent
merchant of Prineville, came in town
today iu company with Col. Nye.
Col. M. C. Nye, an old time resident
of Eastern Oregon came in today from
Prineville where he has extensive stock
Mr. C. H. Clute. of the Portland Mer
cury, is in the city today on business
conected with that paper. We enjoyed
a pleasant talk with him this morning.
Mrs. Annie Oliver is in The Dalles
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
. Sylvester. Mr. Oliver came up Sat
urday night, and returned this morning.
Mr. Max A. Voct went fishing to
Mosier and promised to bring the editor
some fish if he caught any. As the
fich havn't arrived and he is a man of
bis word, it is safe to Bay that something
must have been wrong with the bait.
Mr. Frank Clark went to Portland on
this mnrnii.g'8 train, where he will join
. iis family and take a trip to the coast.
Mrs. Clark and family and Mrs. Levi
Clark were passengers on the Regulator
this morning. They will remain some
time by the sounding Bea shore.
Mr. Thomas S. Lang is lying very ill
at his residence on Fourth street. He i
has been unconscious several days, and
is thought to be nearing the end. Col.
Lang has been an important figure in
the industrial and political life of Ore
gnn, and his name is known all over the
state because of his marked ability.
Dr. D. Siddall returned last night from
Portland, where he attended the meeting
of Oregon pioneers. The doctor can be
safely trusted to have a good time wher
ever ne goes, and tnis last occasion was
no exception to the rule. The entertain
ment by the people of Portland was of
the most hospitable kind and ice cream
and strawberries were in lavish abun
dance. ' Mrs. Herrin, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs.
Briggs and Mrs. Myers left on yester
day's local for Oregon City to attend the
convention of I he G. A. R. and Woman's
, Relief Corps, which is in session there
today and tomorrow. Among other
ladies going for the same purpose were
Lizzie Ullrich, Mary Nichols, Nellie
McDonald and Mary Leonard. The
Dalles furnished a large contingent of
both ladies . and gentlemen for the
Mr. -W. H. Williams of Moro is in
. Mr. H. T. M archie of Wasco was in
town today. .
Mr. B. Savage of Wamic was in the
Mr. H. B. Langille of Hood River was
is the city yesterday.
Mr. John Summerville of Hay Creek,
came In the city this morning:
Mr. J. M. Russell,' one of the wool
buyers, went to Portland this afternoon
Mrs. A. M. Williams cf Portland is in
the city visiting her daughter, Mrs. H
Mr. M. Herrick, the genial proprietor
of the new cannery, returned yesterday
from a hurried trip to Portland. .
Mr. Henry Blackman, collector of cus
toms for this district, came up on the
local tbis afternoon and took the train
Miss Nan Cooper, accompanied by ber
sitter, Miss Virgie, returned on tne reg
ulator last evening from a several weeks'
recreation at Hood River.
Mr. W. C. Allaway, general agent of
The Dalles, Poatland & Astoria Naviga
tion Company, went to Portland on
company business this morning. -
Mr. C. B. Durbin of Antelope is in the
city. Mrs. Durbin accompanied him to
The Dalles and then went to the Will
amette valley for a visit among friends
Dr. C. K. Richards, physician at the
Warm Springs Indian Agency, was a
passenger to Portland on the Regulator
this morning. The doctor goes as a wit
ness on behalf of the government in the
Hawthorne, murder trial, tie was ac
companied by the two Indians who were
Capt. W. P. Gray, one of the pioneer
steamboat men of the Columbia river,
is in the city. Capt. Gray is the man
who brought the Norma down from
Huntington, through the perilous Snake
river, a couple of weeks ago. The claim
is made for the captain that he is one of
the first white children born in Oregon.
Mr. James Kelly was in our burg last
Monday. He reports grain looking wtll
Miss Mary Cox of The Dalles is visit
ing relatives and friends in Kingsley.
Thos. Bolton, the king of Irish come'
dians, was seen on our streets this week
Kingsley now boasts of a butcher
wagon, inus we glide.
Willis Hendrix was shaking hands
with his friends in Kingsley last week
Call again, Willis. .
Don't forget the school entertainment
at the hall Friday evening.
Wm. Clark and John Lowe have sold
out and will start for Idaho about the
let of July. That's all right, gentlemen,
we will allow you just six montDs in
which to be looking, for a location in
Wasco county. Mind what we tell you I
Several horses are In training for the
July races. The Tygh Ridge boys are
Wm. Donaldson is taking a rest, and
in the meantime nursing a sore finger.
Last Friday night a social .dance was
given at the Hendrix hall. We are in
formed it was a very enjoyable affair.
Grand preparations are being made
for the Fourth of July celebration at the
Hendrix place, near Kingsley.
Mr. Richard Gorman, who has been
attending school at Mt. Angel, has re
turned home. Glad to see you, Dick. .
The constitution that has been broken
down or weakened by long standing dis
orders in the liver and kidneys, is ill
fitted to withstand the encroachment of
disease. Such a person takes cold easily,
cannot stand fatigue, and in cases of epi
demics, is the first to fall a victim. The
proper course is to remove the cause of
weakness by treating the liver and kid
neys. Dr. J. H. McLean, a Liver and
Kidney Balm will reach the seat of
trouble and restore the diseased organs
to healthy fnnctional activity. Increased
nourishment of the body will follow and
the patient will rapidly regain health
and strength. Price $1.00 per bottle.
Fur sale by Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
THE DALLES WILL CELEBRATE.
An Bnthuslastio Meetlnf l Night t
the City Ball A Committee Ap
pointed to CtiTM tile Town.
Good Templar Last Evening;.
To the Editor: Last evening the
lodge bad a pleasant evening and under
good of the order a pleasant program
was gone through with. Miss Graham
read a comic piece entitled, "She Just
Wanted to Know," which described an
old lady in a large store and the trouble
and discomfort she brought to the
clerks. Mrs. Varney followed with a
beautiful solo upon the piano. . The pro
gram ended with a recitation by Martha
Schooling, entitled "Because She Loved
All Good Templars are cordially wel
comed at the lodge every Monday even
ing. We meet in Fraternity hall at 8
o'clock. All who wish to take an active
part in the temperance cause and are not
now members are invited to join.
Pursuant to the notices in Thb Chron
icle a large number of representative
citizens met in the city hall last night
and discussed plans for the coming
Fourth of July. .Everyone present took
a deep interest in the meeting and the
unanimous opinion was expressed that
The Dalles not only could but should
make preparations to observe the day in
a proper spirit. Mayor Menefee called
the meeting to order and was at once
chosen its chairman. ' Mr. John . C
Hertz was elected secretary. After
much discussion pro and con a motion
was made and carried that the chairman
appoint a committee of citizens to can
vas the town and see bow much money
could be raised and what arrangements
were possible to be made. The chair
man appointed to serve on this execu
tive committee Messrs. Ernest Jacobsen
Hugh Chrisman, John Hampshire, H
Maier, Judd S. Fish, John C. Hertz and
Cbas. Stephens. The mayor was ap
pointed honorary member to serve with
At the close of the meeting the execu
tive committee held an informal meet'
ing and decided to canvas the town to
day. They are meeting with good sue
cess and everything promises tair to
make the day a grand success. The
gentlemen in charge are all capable bus
iness men and have the proper enthu
siaem. The Dalles invites a large at
tendance from the country and will do
all in its power to give its guests a merry
our City Fathers. '
Very bad policy to neglect symptoms
of trouble in the kidneys. If allowed to
develop they cause much suffering and
sorrow. ; Brigbt's Disease, Diabetes and
Dropsy owe their great prevalence and
lataiity to neglect ottbe first warning
symptom. Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver
and Kidney Balm is a certain cure for
any disease or weakness of the kidneys;
A trial will convince you of its great
potency. Price $1.00 per bottle. For
sale by Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
- Neuralgia pains, rheumatism, lumbago
and sciatic pains will yield to the pene
trating influence of Dr. J. H. McLean's
Volcanic Oil Liniment. Rubbed in fre
quently and thoroughly over the parts
affected or warmed in with a hand iron,
pain cannot exist where it is applied.
25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. For sale
by Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co. '.
Karl's Clover Root will purify your
Blood, clear your Complexion, regulate
your Bowels and make your head clear
as a bell. 25c, 50c, and $1.00. -
An adjourned meeting of the city
council was held Saturday night in the
recorder's office. There were piesent
the mayor, Frank Menefee, and all the
councilmen Messrs. Hood, Lauer, No
lan, Esbelman, Shackelford, Johns,
Adams, Thompson and Kuck.
The committee to which, was referred
the petition of the D. P. & A. N. Co. to
haye the lines bounding their right of
way at the foot of Court street changed,
recommended the petition be granted,
and the council so ordered.
The special committee appointed to
consider the claim of Mrs. Obarr against
the city, recommended that she be of
fered' $75 in lieu of any damages done
ber property on account of the smallpox
case. The report, after discussion, was
The ordinance to amend section 22 of
ordinance 129 was read and passed.
This provides that no one shall build a
fire nearer to a fence or inclosure than
to a house as before provided.
The council passed a resolution that
the engineer of -the fire department shall
also perform the duties of fire warden.
The matter of the recorder's salary
came up and a resolution was pasBed
that after July 1st that official shaltre-
ceive as nis compensation fou per
The judicial committee made an oral
report that the city ordinance be revised
to conform to the new charter.
The marshal and street commissioner
were instructed to nave all the thistles
iin the city limits cut down and de
etroyed by June 30th.
At this juncture Councilman Lauer
moved to adjourn, and Mr. Nolan sea
onded, and the business being com plet
ed, the council adjourned to meet June
29th at 8 p. m. .
Any one who has ever had an atack
of inflammatory rheumatism will rejoice
with Mr. J. A. Stumm, 220 Boyle
Heights, Las Angeles, over his fortunate
escape from a siege of that distressing
ailment. Mr. -Stumm is foreman of
Merrian's confectionery establishment.
Some months ago, on leaving the heated
work room to run across the street on an
errand, he was caught out in the rain.
The result was that when ready to go
home that night he was unable to walk,
owingto inflammatory rheumatism. He
was taken home, and on arrival was
placed io front of a good fire and
thoroughly rubbed with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. During the evening and
night he was repeatedly bathed with this
liniment, and by morning was relieved
of all rheumatic pains. He now takes
especia pleasure in praising (Jhamber-
lain s Jfain salm, and always keeps a
bottle of it in the house. For sale by
Blakeley'dc Houghton, Druggists.
' v ' for
Caked & Inflamed Udders.
Bruises and Strains,
Stiff Joints, ''
Harness & Saddle Sores,
All Cattle Ailments,
All Horse Ailments,
All Sheep Ailments,
Membrane and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of Pain and
Ousts it in a Jiffy.
Rub in Vigorously.
Mustang Liniment conquers
'Makes flan or Beast well
-Do April Showers make you SHRINK
from the sight of ycur friends?
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 8. 1878.
Land Office, The Dalles, Or., I
May 4, 1S95. I
Notice is hereby riven that in compliance with
tbe provisions of tbe act nf congress of June 3,
1878, entitled "An act for tbe sale of timber lands
in the States of California, Oregon, .vevnda and
Washington Territory," Joseph W. Ward, of
Bovd. Countv of Wasco. Rtatu of Oreiron. bas tbis
aaynieain imsomcenis sworn siacemenr io.
As "shrink" rhymes with "think,"
it's just possible you are in shape to do some good
hard "thinking" after your "shrinking. Here's a
pointer for you:
"Happy HoME"goods are all ''shrunk" in the piece
and hold their shape do not bag at the knees are so I
under an iron-clad guarantee to give you satisfaction, and
prices are away down.
Just "push-the button we'll do the rest."
PEASE & MAYS, The Palles.
OF THE WORLD
FOR A TRIFLE.
and.will offer Tiroof to show that the land soucrht
is more valuable for its timber or stone than for
CTicultnral nurposes. and to establish his claim
to said land before the Register and Receiver of
tnis onice at me Danes, uregon, on Saturday,
the 27 ch day of Ju ly, 1805.
He names as witnesses: Henry Hanner,
Joseph Hanner, Tho Dalles, Manley Kan, John
ueciter. isova. ur.
An and all persons claimlnar adversely the
aDove-aescrioed lands are requested to tile tneir
claims in this office on or before said 27th day of
juiv, 183&. J AO. jr. Muuiiti, iiegister.
When your heart pains yon and un
usual ' palpitation ia frequent, accom
panied aoocsiimes with shortness of
breath and low spirits you are suffering
from a disordered state of the liver, di
gestion is imperfect and there is wind
on the stomach. If allowed to remain
the trouble will ultimately reach the kid
neys and then become dangerous to life.
Steps should be taken to stay its pro
gress on the appearance ot tbe first
symptoms. Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver
and Kidney Balm is especially adapted
for disorders of this kind.-. Price $1.00
per bottle. For sale by Snipes-Kinersly
Finest cabinet photos $2.50 per doz., at
Herrin's studio, Chapman block, The
Dalles, Or. Eighteen first prizes taken.
Clip this notice out and bring it with
you and it is good for one photo extra
with every dozen photos. j!9-lm.
Wanted Reliable man, permanent
position. Stamp and references. A. T.
Morris, care this paper. '
ail pain banished by Ir. Miles' Fain Plilsv
TJ. S. Land Ofticjs, The Dalles, Or.,
Mar. 80. 1895.
Complaint having been entered at this office
Dy byivester BaococK against r.. uiarence Meei
for abandoning his home-tead entry No. 3740,
dated May 5th, 1891. upon tneSH, NWW,
HYt'i aiidN wj,si-.4,secuon a.iownsnip l houfd.
Range 12 East, in Wasco County, Oregon, with a
view to the cancellation of said e try. the said
parties are hereby summoned to appear at tbis
offl. e on the 25tb day of May, 1895, at 10 o'clock,
a, m. to respond and furnish testimony o ncern-
lng said alleged aDanaonmeiit.
J. V. MOORE, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laxd Offici, The Dalles, Or.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler bas filed notice of his Intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the register
and receiver of the U. S. Land office, Tbe Dalles,
ur., on j une a, usx, viz. :
Ollls P. Weberr,
Hd. E. No. 4563, for the 8W 8ec 10, Tp 5 8 H
12 E., W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
said land, viz: J. P. Abb -It, Moite Delore and
H. White of w apinitia, Oregon and Frank Gabel
oi l ne uuiies, uregon.
m22-26 JAS. F. MOORE, Register.
Notice of Final Settlement :
Notice Is herebv given that the undersigned
has filed his final account as executor of the last
will and testam. ntcf Catherine Wigle, deceased.
The County Court of Warco county, by an order
made on tne CTtn flay oi April, isao, mis nxea
FridHV. the 31st dav of Mav. 1895. as the time and
tbe Countv Courtroom in Dalles Ci-y as the place
for beaiing said nnai account ana oojections
thereto and objections to the final settlement of
said estate. WM. H. TAYLOR,
TJ. 8. Laud Office. The Dalles, Or.,f
March 27, 1895. t
Complaint having been entered at this office
bv William T. Meeks against John 8pe ry for
abandoning his homestead entry No B382, dated
January 10, 1890, upon thnU8 and WJ
BE), 6eo. 20, Tp. 2 N. R. 12 E.. in -Wasco
county, Oregon, with a view to tbe cancellation
of said entry, tbe said prte- are hereby sum
moned to appear at this office on the 25th day of
May. 1895, at 10 o'clock a. m., to re-pond and
furnish testimony concerning "aid alleged aban
donment JAS. F. MOORE. Kegister.
One dark bay mare with heavy black
mane and tail, branded MD connected
on left hipandlVorVIon left shoulder.
When last seen she haa Salter ana rwii
on. Kinder will be liberally rewarded
by leaving at C. L. Richmond actable in
this city. . ml6-lm
Nanskne, June 10, 1895.
To Whom It May Concern :
This is to notify all persons tbat I
have given my son, William Louis Rob
ertson, his time.
19-wlm. . Cjko. W. Robertson.
" '', ; LOSt.
One red Cow. branded iK on right id',.F. 8. on
right hip; two s its in each ear A reasonable re
ward will be given for delivery or information
aa to her whereabouts.
may 11 J. U KKlAjX.
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