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IHE DAiXES WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY. MAY 31 1693.
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effect of the well known remedy,
t-Trr op 1 1-;. manafaetured by the
CuroitsiA Fie tTBcr Co.. illustrate
the value of obtaining? the liquid laxa
tive principle of plants known to be
medicinal ir laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
U the one perfect strengthening la ra
ti re eleao&in the svstem effectually,
dispelling1 colds, headaches and fevers
grentlr Tet prompt It and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
CTery objectionable quality and sub
stance, and its acting on the kidneys,
brer and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
la i ati re
in the process of manufacturing- ftps
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the f AiaroRxia Fie Sybcp
Co. only. In order to pet its beneficial
effect and to amid imitations, please
remember t lie full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAJI FBajICUCO. CAI
uwuyuxa btt. xrw tokk. w. t.
. For sale by all Druggists. Price 3oc. per bottia
I. C. Richards came over from Golden
Miee Grace Cock left tliij morning to
Tiait ber titter in Hood River.
S. W. Childers came down from CoJ
umbo I on yesterday afternoon's train.
J. E. Barneit, who has tpent a week
in the city retorned to bia borne in
Miss Cad Booth came np from Port
land yesterday and will remain in The
Dalies for a lea- days.
Mis Annie Weoti, who arrived in
the city lan night, from Portland, it a
foetl of Mitt Lena Thompson.
Mrs. F.J. Riley arrived from Port
land on lact evening'! train and it visit
icg ter friend, M its Laura Thorn peon.
Mrs. Russell Pewall, or Portland, it
visiting relative in the city and it a
guest of ber titter, Mrt. 11. W. French.
Mist Ella Tibbete retorned to Port
land yesterday, after spending tome
time with her eou.ins, the Misses Glenn.
Mrt. Ida Crawford, the trained none,
who bat been very ill for several weeks
patt, left last night for La Grande, hop
ing the change will benefit ber.
Deputy United States Marshal Roberta
wat in the city last night from Portland,
lie assisted Xifthtwatcbrnan Puirman
in arresting an bilarioot Indian.
Misa Beolah Sterling, who it attend
ing the Basinets College in Portland,
came op from tbst place yesterday to
attend the commencement exercise to
night. Mrs. Theo. Liebe, Mitt Emily Liebe,
Mi?t Berths Burckhardt and Geo. Liebe,
Jr., came op from Portland last night to
attend the graduating exercises this
evening. They are gaeatt of Judge and
Mrt. Gertrude Sylvester returned
from Portland Saturday evening.
Mis Alien Roberts arrived from Port
land on the boat Saturday night.
Robt. Mays, Jr., came in from Ante
lop Saturday and remained over today.
Mr. and Mrt. Peatlman and family
were passengers for the metropolit this
Atty. Edwin Mayt arrived In the city
from Portland Saturday to attend tbe
funeral of bit niece, Ret Msyt.
Mist Alma Fchanno, who bat been
i-iMng in Walla Walla for the patt few
week, returned borne Saturday.
Mr. and Mrt. C. McPherton and family
left this morning for Crook county to
tpend thetuniroeron tbeir ranch.
Hon. and Mrt. F. P. Mayt and family
came up from Portland Saturday, and
will remain over until tomorrow after
noon. Dr. C. Gertrude French came np from
Portland Saturday evening and will re
main in tbe city until tomorrow after
noon. Mr. J. H. Gonld and family arrived
in The Dallet yesterday from Wisconsin
Intending to make their borne in The
Mist Evelyn Newman came up from
Portland Saturday to tpend decoration
day. She it the guest of Mrt. II. W.
Mrt. M. B. March ie, who bat tpent
tbort time with her parnta in thit
city, left Satnrdav evening for ber home
William Ellery, prominent wool
la rer from Boston, arrived In the city
yesterday to look over tbe wool market
in The Dallea.
Mr. and Mrt. J. P. Lurat will leave on
the) afternoon train for Portland. Thev
re on their way to visit Mr. Lurat'
mother in Monmouth.
Mr. and Mrt. E. M. Ilarritnan came
in from Endereby and tpent the day in
The Dalles, calling at Tui Chrosicli
offie thit afternoon.
Mrt. G.C. Blakeley returned yesterday
from I.a Grande, wh' trior ah accom
panied Mrt. Id Crawford, whom the re
ports at having ttood th trip remarkably
In this eliy, May S7, to Mr. and Mrt.
Frauk iJcKtllar, daughter.
The largest and best equipped Dental
Parlors in th9 Northwest.
OUR SPECIALTY IS
The best work at
Least possible prices.
We positively guarantee
Call and allow nt to examine your work.
We have the latett improved methods for
Best Crown and Bridge work
22k. gold), per tooth $4 50
Set teeth, folly guaranteed (rubber) $5.00
Beet Gold Filling $1.00 up
Best allov Filling. . . . 50c np
Teeth Extracted without pain.
DR. W. B. CASSIL,
How About Your Title?
ARE YOU SURE it it all right? Remember it U the
V RECORD that governa. It it our business to
I search the records and show what they contain in
relation to land titlet. If you contemplate buying land
or loaning money on real estate teenrity, take no nisn't
word, but insist upon knowing what the record shows
regarding the title. An Abstract it at essential at a
deed. Insist on having it. We have the only set of
Abstract Books in the County. All work promptly ex
ecuted and satisfaction guaranteed. It you have prop
erty to inture, give ut a call. We are agentt for fonr of
the best fire insurance companies in tbe world. If you
have property for tale, list it with ut and we'll find a
J, M. Huntington & Co.
C. J. STUBLING
Wholesale and Retail
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Agency for the Qreate t American Liquor
Yellowstone Sour Mash Whiskey.
WHI8KEY from $2.75 to $6.00 per gallon.
IMPORTED OOGNAO from $7.00 to $12.00
A IIIOtHA IBiMjIB "m I8.a to
ONLY THE PUREST LIQUORS SOLD.
OLYMPIA BEEB on draught, and Val
Imported Ale and Porter.
JOBBERS IN IMPORTED and
IVasco IVarehouse Company
Headquarters for Seed Grain of all kinds.
Headquarters for Feed Grain ol f 11 kinds
Headquarters for Rolled Grain, ail kinds
Headquarters for Bran. Shorts, SLVkd
Headquarters for "Byers' Best" Pendle-
tOn FlOUr Thi' tloor manufactured expressly for family
use: every tack it guaranteed to give tatitfaction.
W tell our goodt lower than any bona in tb trade, and if you don't think to
call tnd get cur prices and be convinced.
Highest Prices Paid for Wheat, Barley and Oats,
Wi!l be opened and ready for
business in theCbspman block,
DR. MARTIN A. JONES,
St., opposite A. M. Williams & Co.
(Tto 15 year old.)
per gallon. (U to 20 years old.?
f6 10"rer gallon. Istollyeart old.
Blati and Olympia Beer in bottlet
BOSTON AND ALL
POINTS EAST and BOITH
for Information, nme cards, maps and ticket
eal oo or write to
W. C. ALLAWAY. Agent,
Tbe Dalles, Oregon
A. D. A ELTON. Asst. G. P. A.,
2 rrlson Cor. Thinl. Portland Oram
Tie Dales. Portal ail Astoria
sirs. KepIatoriS Dalles City
Daily (except Sunday) between
Touching at way poinU on both tides of the
Both ol the above steamers have been rebnllt.
tnd are In excellent shape lor the season ol Ikw.
The Keealator Line will endeavor to five Its
patrons me neat service possinie.
For Comfort. Eflniorar and Pleasoro.
usvei dj mi aieamera 01 id Kea;alator
The above steamers leave The Dallea at n a. ml
and Portland at 7 a. m., and arrive at destina
tion in ample time lor outgoing trains.
Portland Office. The Dalles Office
Oak bt. Dock. Court Street
W. C. Allaway,
EAST and SOUTH via
The Shasta Route
Southern Pacific Comp'y.
Trains leave and ars dne to arrive at Portlai.
preat, fealem. Rose- 1
Los Angeles, hi Paso,
New Orleans and I
t :20 A. 11.
Roaebnrg and way sta
tions fVIa Woodbura fori
I Mt Angel, 81lvurton,
West 8clo, Browns-
I Natron J
4:40 P. M
17:30 A. M. ,'orTns ana wayi
S CO P. It
INDEPKNDEVCE PASSENGER. Express train
Dally (except Sunday).
1:50 p. m. (Lv Portland ...Ar.j 8 2Sa. m
7:) p.m. ?Ai McMlnnvllle.l.r.5 t;Ma,m
t:30p. m. tAr..Indeieiidence..Lv.) 4:n0a.m.
Dally. IDany, except Sunanj.
DINING CARS ON OODKN ROUTE.
PULLMAN BUFFET BLFEFER8
AND HECOND-CLA88 8LEEPIXG CARk
Attached to all Through Trains.
- - - ' " " -! r iiminii Willi unci
dental and Oriental and Pacific mall steamabis
a iiw a. calling aaiea on
Kate and tickets to Eastern points tnd En
Af'o'TRAAUAAPAN tU1NA' HONOLULU ant
All above trains arrive at and depart Iroir
Grand Central station. Filth and Irving strata
Passenger Depot, loot ol Jeflerson street.
Leave lor Sheridan, week days, at 4:90 p. m
Arrive at Portland, : a. m.
'or A I RUE on Monday, Wednesday and
- -j hi. inr i roruanu, l Qas-
dav, Thursday and Saturday it I 06 p.m.
except Sunday. "Except Saturday.
R KcEM.EE, , H. MARKHAM,
ilanaaer. Aast. O. F. A pan. Art
Thmtivh Tlpbt ham i Tkii . ... .
through tickets to all points In the F. asters
--' can am ODtaiued al
lowest ratea from
or N. WHE,aM."LAHD T'Ckrt
ONE FOR A DOSE.
- Rraora PlmnlM. vs..a
irca r.,nt mm Wl
rT.. tr.rt.lora choice of the folio inn
routes east. They are all famous lor
their scenic attraction.
O. K. 4 N. tiew 0den and Denver.
Shasta Route view SaciameLto.Ogden
Sbatta Konte view Sacramento, Lot
Angeles and Alberqnerque.
A dailv line of through PULLMAN
P4LACE nd TOURIST SLEEPER,
from San Francisco and Lot Angelet to
Chicago. Thit it
The Short Line
from southern California
To the East.
Apply to the agents of the 0. R. & N.
Co. or the undersigned, for foldert and
J. J. DEVEREUX,
Gen. Agt. Worcester. B'dg. Portland, Or.
HOETHWESTEEH TRA7ELEES AEE
!s the Shortest end Best Route to
CHICAGO and the EAST
MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL;
And also, the equipment ol its trains is the moat
nodern ol the car builder s art embodying all
be luxuries, comlorts and necessaries ol travel.
"THE HEW KORTH-WESIERH LIMITED"
(loth Century Train)
Is l8ctric lighted both inside and out, anf
equipped with handsoins buffet smoking librarj
car. compartment and standard sleepers. Ire
chair cr and modern day coach; and on which
no EXTRA FA UK is charged. It makes connec
tions at M inneapolis and bt. Paul with Northerc
Pacific. Great Northern, and "Boo-Paciflc"
trains; and learea daily Minneapolis 7 30p. m.
St. Paul Slip ro. ; and arrives Chicago 0.80 a. m.
For berth reservations, ratca, lolders and
illustrated booklet I HKE of the "Finest Train
in tbe World " call at or address Ticket
Offices 218 Washington St.. Portland; SOS First
Avenue. Seattle; 205 Granite Block. Helena:
113 Nicollet Aventae. Minneapolis; 3US Robert
St.. St. Paul; 404 West Superior St.. Duluth.
3r address T. w. Teasdalbi. General Passenger
Agent. St. Paul Miun
Wagon and Carriage Werk.
Fish Brothers' Wagon.
Third and Jeffcrm Phone 159
THE JERSEY DAIRY.
After June 1st. 1809. the followino
pricet fur milk will prevail:
1 pint day. per month $1 50
1 quart a day, per month 2 25
3 pint day, per month 3 25
2 quarts day, per month .... 4 00
3 qnarta a day, per month 6 00
1 gallon 25c a daT. two Gallons nr nuin
day 20c per gallon.
I alto keep thoroughbred Jersey ball
for service on the Lee place, eatt of the
fair ground. Telephone (13.
B. T. COLLINS.
Keeps on draught the celebrated
COLUMBIA HKEK, ncknowl.
edged the best beer in The Dallea,
at the usual price. Come In, try
Hand be convinced. AIo the
Finest brands ol Wines, Lliuor
tf .11 v i .
1 wa S14S aaVlllUsl MlWslJI On Dana.
Dealer in Blacksmith Supplies.
for. Second & LanzUin. Tioue Ul
Yon need have no boils' If yon will
fake Clarke A Falk't tare cure for bollt.
Kotlce In herb,- tlven that the aniwJ
I late of Uaaeo ounly. Urtg.n. nw
I h nll bia Anal aocuuni aud '""L
auiiiiiiistrMbir. lia the clerk ol tfc.
I enurt lor w eo County. Oregon, .nd '.f'S'"'
, d-T the rd day ol July, lwa?.t i "'J
ol nid dr. at the eountjr court ww i
! roiiuir court huui In Uallea utt Wa2?,.
I lir.ffim hint v .."(T(t
Ju'lhTf ol Waaro ountr, Onon, aa t'ti',i"0Ut'
lor heariuf taid final report ""a
All eraoim iulrreaird in aaid nttlt .
by liCtitottl to apiwataald tin. Lf":
ahow eauae, 11 any there be, why aaidLM
ahould not in all thinira be mpnurttS .JZP
order be madeilaoh.rKiN aaidadiaiuiltn.,
Ua ed tbia Uthday ol lla.Vj Ik. uu.
Administrator ol the estate' ol' li2 aNL
School District No. 50. ol Wasco eonntv n
gon, will i.aue six eoupon bonds ol th'."
value ol Ave hundred dollars ernh kll f"
interest at the rate ol six per cent per .V""
interest parable seml-nuuall ; ,aid bf.nrt. S?
Ing redeemable at the pUa.ure ol aaid 3S5
aftei ten years Irom Iheir date, butduni !!l"
able absolutely twenty years Ircim date. J?'"
cipal and Interest payable at the oitice J i,t
treaaurerol aoo countv, Oregou, or at
place as may be designated at the opUon oii
purchaser. r " w toe
The Uwid ol directors ol ssld district sra i.
lully authoriaed tolsue said bonds l:fiZi
ai ce with tbe provision ol an act ol the
tive assembly ol the state ol Oregon, filedin n
otticeol the secretary ol state, of OrreorrL,
ary 22, 1H98, and providing among other' VhKl
lor ttie issuance ol bonds by school districts
In compliance with the terms ol said set t
u treasurer ol said county, will receive wiJ
bids lor said bonds at my office In Dalles fit?
aforesaid, until 2 o'clock n. m n n, ,
dios lor saia Donas si my office In Dalles fit.
aXoresaid, until 2 o'clock p. m. on the lot hi..
ol June Kt. All bids must be accomnanled H
acerliljed cbeik ol tive percent ol the am?.
ol hunila lor whioh hid I. m.H v V.TJ . ooll
than ir will be considered. Blanks to tJ i T
nished by the purcharer. The right to rei
any and all bids la reserved. m
1 be Dalles, Oregjn, May 15, 1899
C. L. PniLUPS,
KOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ornca at The Dallks, orxook i
April 4, lbW. I
Notice Is hereby given that the lollowlos
named settler baa tllel notice ol his intention to
make final prool in support ol his elsim, and
that said prool will be made befo e the register
and receiver at The Dallea, Oregon, on iloudsr.
May 15, WW, viz: '
Isaac C. Matney, or The Dalles;
ITomestead Application No. &u-8, lor the
NEU, N!4 eectlon, 12, and eKJSE'?.
Secttou 1, Tp. 1 8, R 11 eastW M. ,4
11a names the following witnesses to pro
Discontinuous residence upon and culllvsUon
ol said land, viz:
A. 8. Fox, DurT Hnrtman, Peter Fagan and
Daniel Kelsay, all ol Ibe Dalles, Oregon.
JAY P. LUCAS,
Notice Is hereby riven that the undenlfnej
has been appointed executor ol the last all!
and tentum-nt ol Horace Knight. deceaMo.
All persons having claims against the tstateol
id deceased, are hereby l ot i tied to present
them with the proper vouchers to me at my
ollice In Dalles City, Oregon, within six months
Irom the date ol this notice.
Dated April 22, lttu9.
B. 8. HUNTINGTON,
Executor of the will ol Horace Knight, decesned.
Tne GoiumDla Packing Co..
Fine Lard and Sausages
Curers of BRAND
HAMS & BACON
JRIED BEEF. ETC.
Yon well know that good drogii
it the patronaHe which it betowo"
the ttore. It It tbe purity of the gpoc'
handled and the manner of doinj bull
nM thtt niaket and keept thit bni!n
We are pleated with the result of onr -fortt
to eunnly the best draft at w
bett price. We are particular about
compounding of them.
115 Second Street. THE DALLES
' W Qor. 4tb and Union. S
Cask la CBMsfc
All county warranyi rcgiatered p"
to July J3, 1895, will be paid '
office. Interest ceaset after Apr" '
189?). C. L. ruat-iP.