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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 3 1899.
riorn TOD ALL KNOW.
Frank Al.lrieh, the wheat barer, came
over Irosi iio denize yesu rday.
Mr. H. L. Jones and Utile son, Guy,
Hi oa the bo it this ni.rnin,; for Steven
con. Mis EJna R.rnett m anions those
who left t lUj.-iil;.; to camp at
Mm. O. Kitiers'y an 1 family mere
im.ing the runners who letl tor Meven-
boa this uuiriiinu.
Gears Rviltott cmie in from Moro
yesterday an.J ti.y j:n-.-l the Moro
people at Wind riv-r.
Mrs. T. J. Kiik nn.! .Iuii't came
don from A ii n s yvtfrluiy il are
visiting frienJa l.ero.
T. M. Joimtton a-i.l 1 ! r r-;n, Dr.
Vo. Johnston, of l.- A-iv-, cauie io
from I'u.'cir yesterday.
Geo. E. ShepMon and ife, of it.
Paal, who are inskin a tour cf the
coast, spent today in The D.iiles.
Miss Maude Clatke, of the Chronicle
fjree, left for Cascades' this morniuz to
spend a week it!i her mother in camp.
Chrs. H. Green, the San Francisco
wool buyer, is again in the city, lie is
BVill depending on his crutch for sup
port. J, B. and W. Ho.-fcrd and L. K. Moore
were Moto peop eon the toat this morn
ing bound fur Wind river, where their
fiuiiiiee are cauiping.
Alfred 1 1 not left this morning for
Portland. He was accompanied by the
Misse Grenier, who have len visiting
with the Mieses Huot on 8-Miie.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Bolton and family
and Miss Josie Jenkins left on the boat
this morning to spend the rest of the
ea:umtrat their old camping place at
J. E. Adcock wis paseenzer on the !
boat this mo.ning for Ionian J nn a
business trip, lie was accompanied by
his mother. Mrs Norman, and bis child
ren, who will visit friends there.
Joe Heroox left this morninz for Port
land. Joe does not teem to be content'
with beini a hero in name on v, and is I
coateiuplating enlisting in the regular
army, lie has not as yet fully dtci.led,.
Otis Patterson passed through the
city this afternoon, cn his way from
UVpniier to Portland. Mrs Pat!
will join him here and rtnrn to
land to spend the remainder
Eecorder Ga.es and F. V. W
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F?:;sr;ly !rvA 7?a lfi- I'A t
Occa 1 a iff
and at a
T is grovra in tbs r:cuctain district cf Ceylcn ad SPECIALLY
prepared to suit Tuc American trsde. It is packed on the garden
where crown, in cnround, half-pound and quarter-pound
soldered cir-tight lead packages, thereby retaining a!l its wonderful
fragrance. It is sold only in these lead packages never in bulk. If
you want the very best tea, ask your grocer for NABAN.
OWNERS OF THE CELEBRATED
Imo. ! 4 p. m.
Ex.euuday Columbia Rv. Stearners. Ez.buiiiia)
To Atok!a and Way;
Buturday j LauJings.
10 p. m.
6a.m. ! Willimitti Riveh. !4:30p. m
Ex.suuday On-con 1 ity. Neurberc, Ex.suuday
7 a. m,
W ILLA If FT TR ANDYAX-' 3:30 P
Oresron t.'ity, iayton,t
and Way jindiuga.
S a. m. I Willamette River. 4:30 p. m.
TucThur, Portland to Corvallis, Tue., 1 hur
and bat.i and Way-Landings.
CANNED FRUITS AND TGETABLES, COFFEE, BAKING POVDER,
EJLTRAC7S AND TABLE LUXURIES.
Frank un EV3acVeagk & Co., Chicago.
-FOR SALE BY-
bijPEuf & mays, Exclusive Bpls.
were seen on the lower derk of the , , ..,,.. ,
Dalles City as it ml!ed out this mom- fr Ume .al Kingey yesterday and
in,. Prnmahl,thrnot.lira. h.ro!rnD left l0V,6,t fr,ends in
passeoicers. but will' be allowed in the j rortland-
cabin later. Xlipy were cn their way to
epend Sunday at Spragoe.
Chris Schwabe, of the Chronicle
force, was the most popular young man
of the party which left this morning for
Stevenson, and we hare no idea that
Mr. Bolton will dispute bis claim. His
accident of a few weeks ago cause J the
Toon? ladies to determine to see that he
learn to swim, and he is in for a number
of fecaine duckiogs.
C. L. Ireland, of the Obeei ver " down
from Moro today.
F. W. Strowbridge and wife came in
from Wamic yesterday.
JSr. and Mrs. M. Long pined the
campers at Spragne today.
E. C. Mahn and wife are np frcm
Hood River visiting relatives.
8. S. Smith, of the Farmers' Hotel,
made a -trip to Case ides today.
E. B. Hood wts a passenger on the
boat this morning for l'urtlond.
Mies Jeeie Fisher left this morning
to spend a lew weeks in Portland.
Cha. Clarke returned to Hood River
today, after a week spent at Dufur.
Frank Cram has retnrned from a
week's vacation spent in Union. Or.
Miss. Pearl Ward, of this city, went to
Portland this morning to visit friends.
Misc Loniee Uintonl went to Collins'
Landing this mornirg to join the
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kranse went down
oa the boat this morning to epend a few
days at Drano, Wash.
(iny Burgett went ont into Sherman
county yesterday, where he will be em
ployed for some time.
F. S. Flood, w ho vp-nt several montls
here during the winter, was in the city
yesterday on his way to Lewiston.
Mim Dora Koldt, a sister of Mrs.
Fred Drews, who has been vMling some
time here, left yesterday for her home
atUrand Inland, reb.
Dan Roberts, who Is now making his
borne in Spokane, is down from that
city visiting his mother, brothers and
Bisters at their home on Dry Hollow.
Joseph Pruddiiome, of Glass A 1'rud.l
bome, of Portland, and T. Birdeall, who
tave made the trip to Mt. Hood, came
up to this city last evening and left this
morning for Portland.
Elder W. B. Clifton, of the Calvary
Baptist rhurch, accompanied by his
family, started tor Johns' mill this morn
ing, where tbey will spend the remain
der of the week. He will retnrn in
time to hold service next Sunday.
Geo. B. Bush, assistant (op9rintendent
I the Oregon Telephone Company,
called at the Chbomci.b- office this after
noon. He is on his way to Prineville to
attend to the business of the company
Char. Hatch was down from Arlington
Judge Mays was a passenger for Port
John Karlin came in from Bjkeoven
yesterday on business.
Hon. John Sommerville came in from
Hay Creek yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Burgess were in
from their borne at Antelope yesterday.
Dr. Darrin and wife paseed through
the city last night on their way to Baker
Prof. P. G. TUrjt and wife went to
Ca-cades this morning to spend their
vacation io camp.
Chaa. Hilton was in the city lt
evening on his way from Portland to hi.
ranch near Fossil.
Miss Cassia Thornluro came to from
John Weigel joined the family of
M. Cnshing in camp at Cascades today.
Mr. Weigel is already there.
John Marlin left on the afternoon
train bound for the Sandwich Inlands,
where he delights to make his home.
Miss Frances Harris, who lias been
the guest of Miss Nellie Butler for two
weeks past, returned to Portland this
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher and
daughter, Miss E lie, went down on the
boat this morning to join the campers
E. R. Cary, who has been spending
some time in California, came np from
Portland last niht on his way to his
home in Prinevi.le.
This morning Grant Mays and W. E.
Watther started out on an extended
trip into the Priueville country in the
interest of Mays it Crowe's hardware
Mr. and Mrs. Ribt. B.tllou came over
from Uoldendaln yesterday, at which
place they had just been married, and
left thU morning fur a bridal trip to
Among the crowd which left this
mormiig for the camping ground at
Stevenson were Mises Anna and Lena
Thompson and their guest, Mrs. Shoe
make, and the Miters Julia and Clara
Menry Maier returned this morning
from a two-weeks visit at his old home
in Bellevue, Iow.i. He, of course, en
joyed the trip immensely, although it
was very warm, being over 100 a portion
of the time.
Are grand, bjt skin eruptions rob life
of jiy. Bucklen's Arnic Sa'.ve cures
them ; also old, running and fever sores,
Ulcers, Bjils, Felons, Corns, Warts,
Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains. Best Pilo cure cn
earth. Drives ont pains and cches.
Only 25 ct. a box. Cure guaranteed.
Sold by El.ikeley & Houghton, drug
IN TOE EAST
Discovered Imti Iunales of a Soltlcrs1
Thirty-Four Cases, Six Deaths Before
Properly Diagnosed Thirty Cases
Now Under Treatment.
Xokfolk, Va., July 31. A message
from Governor Woodfin, of the Soldiers'
Home at Hampton, says there have
been three deaths from yellow fever
since yesterday. Thirty cases are now
nnder treatment. Expert surgeons and
immune curses are being .installed, and
rigid quarantine regulations enforced.
He does not think the diseaee will spread
beyond the home.
Ask your 1
for a generous
Ely's Cream Balm
contains r.o cocaine,
nvrrenry rnr any othor
It Is Quicker Absorbed.
tiivet lieiicf at once, t J!-
the -Nal I'wq. pfjl fl lb U E" A T
Allay Inflammation. llkftll
Itcala and Protect tl.e Membrane. Kctore the
ft-nsca of Tote and Mnell. i'nli Six tvc. Trial
izeioe. 1 at Urnruiita or hf mSL
t-LX JUTMlik.&4 Waxraa Straat. Sew Tort
k . IS Of 4
Situation Is Serious.
Washington-, July 31. Surgeon-General
Sternberg received the following
from Lieutenant-Colonel Dewitt:
"Ft. Monroe, Va. At 4 p. ni. yester
day Sorgeon Pettus, United Sutes ma
rine hospital service, quarantine officer,
officially etated that yeilow fever was at
the National Soldiers' Home at Hamp
ton. There have been twenty-four csees
w ith six deaths. The commanding offi
cer took immediate measures for
"General Corbiu says conditions are
serious, and there is no telling how far
FN EI P. ITER.
Riparia to Lewiston.
Pnrilei desl:lni! to ro to Hoppt-er should
vuk.v .-o. ieving j tie unties m o:;w p. m
maklne direct roniieotlons at Henniier Itinction
Kelurtiiiig ntHkingdireetcotinectiun at IU'ppner
jmiftlon vilthNo. 1, arriving at Tlie Dalies at
:io p. in.
Xo. ili, throiiqht (reisht, ea-t bound, does not
carry pussengt'rs; ariives 2:'JU a. m., Ui'partk
O.t. M. 111.
No. 2, lorol freicbt, carries passengers, east
bound; arrives i.M p. m departs (t:li p. m.
No. 1, tt eiit 1) luud tbmuh f rx'itit, does not
carry passengers; arrivea :15 p iu., departs
V p. III.
No. west bound Ineiil frelfrlit, curries pas
senders; arrivea 5:13 p. m., GeMUtt;!K a. m.
For full particulars call on O.
agent Xbeliallea. or address
R. N. Co.'
W. n. HfRLBURT.
Oen Pas. Ait., Fortlaud, Cr,
EAST and SOUTH via
The Shasta Route
Southern Pacific Comp'y.
Trains leave and are due to arrive at Tortlai
6:00 r. U. J
press, galem. Rose- 1
burg, Ashland, Sac-1
ntmento, Ogdcn.San I
Franciseo, Mniave, (
Ix Angeles, El Paso, t
New Orleans and
8:30 A. y,lr!,'8e'urg and way tta-
fVia Woodbur." "forS"
West Solo, Br
INatrou .... ...
t7:30 A. M. jforyallii and wayj
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5 50 P.M.
ISDEPENDEXfE PASSENGER. Expresa train
Daily (except Sunday).
l:Mp. m. rLv Portland ...Ar.) 8:25 a. m
.sjp.ru. Ai...McMinnville..Lv. 4;60a,m
I Ar.. Independence.. Lv.) s:.i0a.ru.
8:30 p. in.
Daily. tDany, except Buntlnr.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
PULLMAN BUFFET 8LFEPERS
AND SECOND-CLASS BLEEPING CARh
Attached to all Through Tral:ia.
Direct connection at yn KraTiftKn m-ttK nw.
dental anl oiiental and Pncitic inaii temshtp
Hues for JAPAN and CHINA. Sidling dates on
Kates hmi t!.-kets to Ftern points and Eu-rnpe-,
Alsi JAPAN, CHINA, HONOLULU ant
All above trains arrlre at and rfrm.rt imtw.
Urand Ceutrai eutlou. Fifth and Irving streets
Patsenger Depot, foot of Jeilerson street.
Ive for Rherldnn. week days, at 4:30 p. ro
Arrive at Portlaud, :: a, ru.
Iave for A1RI.IE on Monday, Wednesday and
Frliav at 9:4n a.m. Arrive at Portland, Tuea
dur, Thursday and Saturdai it 3:05 p. m.
Except Sunday. "Except Saturday.
R. K.. E .LER,
(i, If. MARKHAM,
Asst. O. V. di Pas, At
Through Tieket Offlrc, 1M Third street, where
Sania Fe lloule
Digests what you eat.
rature Id Btrengthenlnf and recon
structlntrthe exhausted dlirestlve or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it In efficiency. It In
stantly relieTea and permanently cures
Dyapepsu, Indltfestlon, neartburn,
flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
all ot her resu 1 ts of 1 mperf ec t d I (rest Ion.
Prepared by t. C DtWltt Co.. Crjlcaoo.
. t i . i """ urHti ui nn points in the Fsstern
me iinciiiuu mar lo iHi-iwi., i.x-y rifl.-s.('anmla and Europe can be obtained at
cureion parlies have been comiru t O ! ' '"""' r"tl! .
Point, Newport Xers and N.'.lie,s' -r N. wiieaiIdon. Ticket Agent.
Home. Many of them have minU j
with the soldiers, (Jorbiri savi. Uu
theory on the way the fever nik-tit Imve
been brought to the home is thsim e id
the soldiers recently visited r-Ht.uif-.
He returned some time since, fi.lleiinu
with what the physicians thoiwiit ! In
dengue. It seems it was not until the
inmates of the home began to die tli it
the disease was discovered to Le je.io
"The ofliiiials of the war department
are very much concerned on ace. nut of
the sitmtion. Corbin snl K'ernlierv
had aconferero early this morn at and
it was decided to hold everything in
readiness to take care of the y.-ll..
fever should it appear among the troopa.
Washington, Jnly 31. Orders have
been issued by the war department for
removing the garrison at Fort Monroe
to some point on the northern coast, to
be selected by General Merritt. A few
officers and enlisted tr.en will remain at
Fort Monroe as guards. Surgeon-General
Van Raypcn, of the navy depart
ment, said be did not believe it would
be necessary to suspend operation at
Norfolk. The navy.yard, however, will
Of-ra travelers choice of the follow inn
riui.a .H.t. They are all famous for
t.Vir areinc attraction.
O. K. A N. view Orfden and Denver.
Mia-ia U iutH view Saciamento.Oifden
K inte view Sacramento, L;s
Anneli-a anl Alberqneraue.
A ilailv line of throiiirli PUI.T.MAN
PLA K mi.I TOUKIsr 8I.KKPER,
f"m S-n Frannsco and Los Angeles to
iiiv-nyi. I ins If
The Short Line
from southern California
To the East.
Apply to the agents of the O. R. A N.
Co. or the undersigned, for folders anr"
J. J. DEVERKUX,
Gen. Agt, Worcester. BMg. Portland. Or.
Best Work at
Least Possible Cost
Guaranteed to give salisfar tion. We are here to stay; therefore
effort will Le made to establish a business. Jt will pay you to ex'am'
work and consult our prices. " ,Ee cur
CONSIDER OUR PRICES:
Beet Crown and Bridge work (22k. gold), per tooth
Fest set teeth, guaranteed
Beet Gold Fillini:
Best silver or alloy filling
Teeth extracted without pain
... 11.00 tip
, Chapman Block, Second St. Portland Dental Parlors
Dr. Sanford Murray, D. D. S., Manager.
How About YourTitle?
f EE YOU SURE it is all right? Remember it i? the
M RECORD that governs. It is our business to
i search the records and show what thev contain in
relation to land titles. If yon contemplate buying land
or loaning money on real estate security, take no man'
word, but insist upon knowing what the record ihoira
regarding the title. An Abstract is as essential at a
deed, liinat on having it. Wo have the only set of
. Abstract Book9 in the County. All work promptly n
toiled and satisfaction guaranteed. It volt have Lron.
ertv to insure, give us n call. We are agents for fnur of
the beet fire insurance companies in the world. K yon
have property for sale, list it with us aad wu'll finds
J, M. Huntington & Co.
Phone 81. 2d St., opposite A. M. Williams tt Co.
This brand of Whiskey is guaranteed to the consumer as a
PURE HAND MADE SOUR MASH WHISKEY for Family
and Medical Use. Sold by
Ben Wilson, - The Dalles, Or.
sco Warehouse Company
Headquarters for Seed Grain of ail kinds.
Headquarters for Feed Grain oirii kinds
Headquarters for Rolled Grain, ail kind
Headquarters for Bran. Shorts. siTlV'So
Headquarters fcr "Byers' Best" Pendle-
tOn Jb lOUr T,'i'! l'I"nr 18 nnufactnred expressly for family
. ., ue; every suck is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
lleBftl Ollr IWnll Inu or thm. .. !.,..... ;.. .i . . .. .l . think so
call and set rur prices and le convimed.
Highest Prices Paid for Whoat, Barley and Oats,
S vTl,-vV ' asasssWJ 0
MOOIiK & GAVIN,
iitiK.MH AT LAW,
Rooms 3 and l, over U. H. Und Ofllc.
AMERICAN IMPULSE WHEEL CO.
SUITABLE FOR DRIVINd
GENERATORS AND STAMP MILLS,
ELEVATORS, PRINTING PRESSES, ETC.
Circulars and particulars furnished on application.
F. S. GUNNING, Agent,
THE DAIXE4, OREGON
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