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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 22, 1900.
riorLi com i no aud goisq.
Attorney G. W. Phelps, of Heppner,
it in tbe city.
Hon. F. X. Jones, of Sherar'a Brii!,fe,
it in the city.
Theodora Prici left on tbe boat this
morning to spend Sunday with bis
family at Wind KiTer.
William Glasius, wife and child were
passengers on the noon train on a abort
Tieit to friends in Portland.
Mr. J. P. Eoark and family and
Delwyn Allaway retarned home last
ivgbt from their ontiog at Cooks landing.
Mies Winifred Xealy.of Portland, who
baa been visiting ber annt, Mr. Jamei
Leary, of thia city, retarned home on
tbit morning's boat.
Monday's Daily. ,
J. II. McGreggor, of Mosfar, ia regis
tered at tbe Umatiila Honse.
Professor C. L. Gilbert came np on tbe
noon train from Hood River.
John V. O'Leary, of Grasa Valley,
Sherman county, arrived bere today on
tbe noon train.
Seid Beck, a prominent Portland
Chinaman, is in thecity, the gueat of tbe
Will Menefee and family returned
Saturday night from a few weeks' out
inn at Wind river.
Attorney A. A. Jayne and family re
turned Saturday night fioui summer
coting at Wind river.
State Senator G. H. Baker and son, G.
M. liaker, passed through town today
on their way to Chicago.
Colonel Xye and wife, of Prineville,
arrived here today from Portland and
are guests of the Umatilla House.
Miss Grace Halvor, of Crate' Point,
left on last night's train for Walln
Walla, where she will enter the new
Walla Walla hospital fjr training as a
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wells and daugh
ter, Miss Maude, who have been bere
from Wisconsin visiting Mr. Wells' sis
ter, Mrs. Wm. Michell, left on tbe boat
this morning homeward bound. They
will visit the seaside and stop in Califor
nia and Colorado on their return trip.
J ad Fish and T. J. Seufert returned
yesterday from a visit to the Golden
Eagle mine, Baker connty, in which
they are largely interested. The special
object of their visit was to decide on the
kind of hoisting and pumping plant best
adopted to tbe requirements.of the mine.
Doc Sing, the old-time Chinese mer
chant, now of Umatilla, is in the city,
Malcolm Mclnnis and family left
yesterday for a ten days outing at Long
Rev. Father Gard, of Centerville, was
in town today on his way Lome from a
abort visit to the Sound.
Mrs. J. N. Galliford, of Prineville, ar
rived here on tbe noon train and is a
guest of the Umatilla House.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kinkella, who
have been visiting for a few weeks with
Mrs. M. Velarde, returned yesterday to
ineir noma at Astoria.
Ex-State Printer Frank Baker ia in
the city, the guest of Rev. O. D. Taylor.
He says his business bere ia to get a
taste of our glorious climate.
Korth Heach Road.
Long Beach, Wash., Aug. 19. It has
been stated on what The Oregontan'e
correspondent considers undisputed
authority that the Oregon Railroad &
Navigation Company bag bought the
Ilwaco Railway & Navigation Com
pany's line, running from Ilwaco to
President Mohler, of the O. R. & X.,
when seen last evening with reference
to the foregoing telegram, denied that a
sale had been made to his company of
tbe property mentioned.
It is known that negotiations have
been going on recently between the two
corporations looking to a purchase of
the Ilwaco road by the 0. R. & N., but
Mr. Mohler'a positive statement shows
that they have not yet reached a final
stage. It will not be surprising if the
report shall be confirmed by later
Appeals Through Li Hung Chang to the
foiled States to Appoint Conger,
or Some Other Official With Au
thority, to Consider tbe Terms of
Adjusting the Present Trouble.
Washington, Aug. 20. Tbe Chinese
government, through Li Hang Cbang,
has made application to the United
States for the appointment of Minister
Conger, or some other American official
with authority to open negotiations for
the establishment of peace and fixing
definite terms for the settlement of the
The application came to tbe Chinese
minister today, and was taken by bim
to the state department.
Li Hons Chang' application for the
appointment of a peace commissioner
expresses willingness to conduct the ne
gotiations at a point desired by the
powers, and it ia expected that this will
ba Pekin or Tien Tsin.
A similar application has been made
by Earl Li to all of the powers interest
ed. His suggestion of Minister Conger
as commissioner is based on the idea
that as Minister Conger Las been res
cued be has now tbe opportunity to
proceed to the point where the negotia
tions will be held and conduct them.
The application does not suggest any
paiticular terms nor does it ask for the
withdrawal of troops. It requests that
the negotiations shall be for tbe purpose
of bringing about a cessation of hostili
o Klght to I'gilncaa.
The woman who ii lovely in face,
form and temper will always have
friends, but one who would be attractive
must keep her health. If she is weak,
sickly and all run down, she will be
nervous and irritable. If she has con-,
stipation or kidney trouble, her impure
blood will cause pimples, blotches, Bkin
eruptions and e wretched complexion.
Electric Bitters is tbe best medicine in
the world to regulate stomach, liver and
kidneys and to purify the blood. It
gives strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth,
velvety skin, rich complexion. It will
make a good-looking, charming woman
of a run-down invalid. Only 50 cents
at Blakelev's drug store. 2
Acgetable Preparation for As
similating the Food and Emula
ting the 5 loinachs and Bowe ls of
Hla Life Was Bared.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of
Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful
deliverence from a frightful death. In
telling of it he says: "I was taken with
Typhoid fever, that ran into Pneumonia.
My lungs became hardened. I was so
weak I couldn't even sit up in bed.
Nothing helped me. I expected to soon
die of Consumption, when I beard of Dr.
King's Xew Discovery. One bottle gave
great relief. I continued to ue it, and !
now am well and strong. I can't say i
too much in its praise." This marvellous I
medicine is the surest aad quickest cure
in the world for all Throat and Lang
Troable. Regular sizes 50 cents and f 1.00
Trial bottles free at Blakeley'a drug
tore; every bottle guaranteed. 2
Broke World'a Record.
Pittsburg, Aug. 19. P. C. Knox, a
member of the Allegheny onnty bar,
toddy broke the world's record by per
sonally driving his trotting team, Wert
and Dr. Leek, a mile in 2:10g. The
world'a professional record was made
In 1886 by Geers, driving Ja Hina and
Lady Mac, a mile in 2:12 ..,. Tbe trial
today, while not a technical test, was
made for tbe put pose of breaking the
record, and was in tbe presence of forty
spectators on the Burnot Island Gentle
men's Driving Park mile track. Twenty
watches were held on the horses, and a
large majority of them recorded 2:10,'2'.
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life
of jy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures
them ; also old, running and fever sores,
Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts,
Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains. Best Pile cure on
earth. Drives out pains and aches.
Only 25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed.
Sold at Blakeley's drng store. 2
During last May an infant child of our
neighbor was suffering form cholera in
fantum. The doctors bad given up all
bopea of recovery. I took a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy to the house, telling them
I felt sure it would do good if used ac
cording to directions. In two days time
the child had fully recovered. The child
is now vigorous and healthy. I have re
commended this remedy frequently and
have never known it to fail. Mrs. Curtis
Baker, Brookwalter, Ohio. Sold by
Blakeley & Houghton.
Astoria Kegetta Aug. 3f, 4lh, 35lli.
ness and Rest.Contaim neither
ttmi i rimrm:
A perfect Remedy forConslipa
Tion , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness And Loss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature or
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
EXACT C0FV OF WRAPPER.
m m iir
THC CCNTAUN COMMNV, W VOW GfTt.
Retiring from Business.
Closing out my Entire Stock
Regardless of Cost.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, at much lees than wholesale
prices. Will sell in bulk or in lots, or any way to suit purchasers.
Entire stock must be closed out
before thirty days.
All goods will be sacrificed except Thompson's Glove-fitting Coreeta
and Butterick Patterns. Your prices will be mine. Call early and secure
J. P. McINERNY,
Corner Second and Court Sts.
T") T ( 11 INSTRUCTOR OF
A rOI. J aS. LJiappell, mandolin and (Juitar
Will give instruction on either the Mandolin or Guitar,
ana, it aeaired, will call at your home.
CLUB MEETING every Thursday Evening
Respectfully solicit your patronage aud guarantee per
75c a Lesson or
8 Lessons for 5S5.O0.
The Jacobson Book
& Music Company.
State formal School,
MONMOUTH, - . OREGON.
Fall Term Opens September 18, 1900.
The students of the Normal School are prepared to take the State Certificate Immediately on
Graduate! readily secure Rood position. Ejpense of year from Siao to II.jO.
... strong Academic and Professional C'ourre.. New Special Departure in Manual Training
n ell equipped Training Department.
For catalogue containing lull announcements address
P. L. CAMPBELL, President, or W A. WANS, Secretary of Faculty.
The Regulator line will make a rale
of $2 50 for the round trip. Tickets
good for ten days.
21 2t W. C. A LI AWAY,
The Boers and the British.
London, Aug. 20. Tbe war office has
received tbe following dispatch from
"Ian Hamilton captured two Krnpp
guns at Oliphant's Nek, Angust 17th.
Three British were wounded. .
"Hamilton engaged the Boers all day
Aogtut 19 at Koodekorjes and Crocko-
dile River. There were few casualties.
"Rundle reports that 634 Boers sur
rendered in the Harrismith district,
Card or Thank.
Mr. and Mrs, George Bonn desire to
sincerely thank their numerous friends
. and neighbor! for the kindness and
sympathy extended towards them dur
ing the illness and death of their son,
Oregon STATE FlilB
September 17 to 22, 1900.
BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER
Oronnds greatly Improved, buildings
repaired and renovated, all stork build
ings thoronghly disinfected; everything
in first-clasg condition for the largest
and best Live Stock Show and Agricult
ural Exposition ever held on the Coast.
DALLES, PORTLAND k ASTORIA SAY. COMPANY 1
Steamers of tln Regulator Line will run as per the fol-
ow.ng schedule, the Compuny reserving the right to change '3
schedule without notice. 3
at 4:30 r. at.
a' 7 a. M.
. . . Vedncflay
at 5 r. M.
Str. Dalles City.
at 7 A. a.
at 4 ::i0 p. M.
:K A. M.
at ft p. a.
FOR COMFORT ECONOMY AND PLEASURE,
t, rvei uy me nienmern oi me KPfruiatnr Line. The CompanT will pnienvor to live ita Tmt-
k, - (umiici iiiKnuiniKru KuuresB
J. Portland Office, Oak Street Dock. W. C. ALLAWAY. Can. Af.
C. ALLAWAY, Gen
L!:4U p. m.
Vi:0ii a. m.
9:25 p. m
S p. m.
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
Worth. Omaha. Kan
sas City, bt. Louis,
Chicago and raat.
Salt Iak3, Denver, Ft.
Worth. Omaha. Kan-
aa City, St. Louis,
Chicago aud tat.
Walla Walla, Spokane,
Minneapolis. St. Paul,
Chicago and Kant, via
Spokane atd Hunting
ton: alao all points in
Washington aud East
For San Francisco
Every Five Daya.
4:16 a. m.
3:30 a. m
4 p. ni.
4 p. m.
sunday Columbia Rv. Steamers. Ex. oundaj
To ahtOkia ana nay
Saiurday j Landings.
1U p. m. I
6a.m. 1 Willamitt River.
4:30 p. m
Ei.ouuday Oregon City, New berg, Ex.Sunday
l teaiem S ay Land a. :
7 a. m, WiriAMiTTB and Ya-
Tues.Thur.: bill Rivera.
aud eat. . Oregon City, Dayton,
I and Way-ijindiuga.
t .3o a. m.
Riparia to Lewiston.
9:00 a. m.
Parties desiring to go to Hennner or
points on Columbia southern via tfiggs, snouia
take No. 2. leavius The Dalles at 12:40 D. in.
making direct connections at Heppner junction
ana Biggs, rleturnlng masinguircctcnnuecuon
ai neppuer junction ana Diggswun ro. i. ar
riving at J He Ualles at ij:jo p. m.
For full particulars call on O. .A N. Co,
agent The Dallea. or address
W. II. HURLBI RT.
(Jen, Pas. Agt , Portland, Or,
Yellowstone Park Line.
THE DIXIXa CAR ROUTE FROJL PORTLAND
TO THE EAST.
THE ONLY DIRECT LINE TO THE YELLOW
Union Depot, Finn and I Sts
Fast mall for Tacoma,
Seattle, Olympia, Uray'a
Harbor nnd South Hend
I points, Spokane, Rons
land, B. C, Pullman,
Moscow, Lewiston, Buf
11:15 A, M. falollunip mining coun
try, Helena, Minneapo
lis, St. Paul, Omaha,
Kansas City, St. Louis,
Chicago and all point
cast and southeast.
Puget Sound Express
for Tacoma and Seattle
and intermediate points
11;30 P. M.
5;50 P. M.
- No. 3.
7;00 A. M.
runman nrst class and tnuiitt sleepers to
Minneapolis, i. raui and Missouri river points
n iui,u viiioiKt;.
Vestlbuled trains. Union depot connectloni
In all principal cities.
HiiKgHge checkeil to destination of tickets.
For llHIldsomelv illllNltHtlHl iliMnrli.tlvAnutur
tickets, sleeping enr reservations, etc., call ou or
" 1 l.D
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Passenger Agent, 2V Morrl
sou Street, corner Third, Portland, Oregon.
SOUTH and EAST via
Soutnern Pacific Co.
Trains leave The Dallea for Portl miri nitit v..
stations at i: a. m. aud 3 p. m.
" San Fraud .sco .
. A:.K) m
.12.30 a in
M:Xt a m
. 5:00 p m
. 7:40 p in
Arrive Ogdon SMS am
" !! nver :(i0a m
Chicago 7:45 am
Arrive lxs Angeles ...
" El Paso
" Fort Worth
" City of Mexico .
" New Orleans ..
" New York
. 1 :20 p m
. fi:(l p m
. 0 :::ii a m
.. a in
, . 4:1m a ni
. fi i'i a m
. (t:42 a m
.12:4:1 p m
7:011 p m
10:60 p m
:! .' a m
7:2" a in
7 nna ml
f: p m
4 IS) a in
: 2S p in
12 a ni
12' U p m
$20,000 it) premmti5 purses
Good racing every afternoon.
Music and fan at night.
Auction sale of livestock will be made load
ing feature. All livestock and other exhlbita
hauled free over the- Southern Pacllio railniad.
Reduced passenger rates rn all railroads. For
premium list and other nforntation addresa
W. II. WF.HKU.Nii, President. Ilill.horo, Or.
M. It. VUSlOM, Sec., Portland, Or.
Did You Stop to Think
That tbe Jacobsen Book and Miuic Company are strictly up-to-date on ail
kinds of Fancy Stationery, Calling and Announcement Cards, and Initial Latter
Seals-both in stamp and fancy colored stickers? Also a full and complete line of
Pocket Account and Memorandum Bookt just the rlht siz3 to carry In the veit
pocket or In a stiODping basket.
Jacobsen Book and Music Co.
Pullman and Tourist cars on both tralm.
t hair cars Sacramento to Ogdon and F.l Paso,
and tourist ears to Chicago, St Louis, New Or
leans and Vt ashingtou.
. oniiccung at Han Francisco with
steamship lines for Honolulu, Jnnsn.
i iiiiippines, Central aud South America.
See agent at The Dallea station, or address
C. H. MARKHAM,
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Or.
flricien Lice Conprefl.
Carbolineum : Avenarius.
The most efficient Wood Preserving
Paint, also a Radical Hoiimly agsln-.t
Chicken l.lcn. Its application to In
side walls of poultry houses will per
manently extvrinliiate all lice R..
anils healthy chickens, plenty of
Wr"" 'of "rculars aud prices.
Mention this paier.
Jos.T. Peters & Co.,
TUB DALLE, OHIOON,
t-.rn.ke anal pr..',, 7 - hi. iT
that aaid pr.a,l will be iLjJ L. '.hl,",
and receiver vl the I; V , '" toi.
Dalles Or . on Ji ft
n eaturdav. Se,.t L'."..1'lt
He.r, t. Oordto.. -rLI TU:
H. E. No. 4fll, for the s, gK" " f-
He name, the following ltn.
bia cmtinuou. reaidenoe upon an?" ,fc
of said land, vli: ' ad cuiUiiT
Ernest Jordan, Albert Jo.a.. .
Notice is hereby given that th. ... .
,..?.S.uil P.P""1 by ih. hon?
All person, having claim? .B,
of tne state of Orevon.
ecuior or ine ecute of Aut
eauteare hereby notirted J "Wttn
iy jeritied, to the undenTh.,,;,
proriy venueo, to the Underi.i,TI. I
kewl, at Tbe Dalles, w.aco Zl, Tv-1
at The Dallea, Oregon. wifi,i .7. I" :
the date of this noiiee. "Joouu
uaiea mi. ntn day of July, poo
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
.BlTl!!le .' n"ectlon dulvUn,.aK
cUAol the circuit court of theuatntf.il.
1!0, in a eerUin acilon iS l tf.J
said county and slate wherein w A LS,!
plulntift recovered judgment" tainst vTi"
lace, Defendant, for the .nm ol"'hlV
larsand twenty-one eenu dam"ie ihtTk
mentwasenrolledand d.wkcteo herS," !
Bee In said court, on Junes, tw ini
made and entered on said court and eao-1
Margaret A. Bcoggiu as executrix of i
will and testament and estate of he Lid U,'
Scoggi n, deceased, was substituted I.!, . k.1
W. A. Bcoggin in aid chu i . nTlcJ "l,
given that I will on Monday , th sfr'
August, l'.sJO. at the eountv cou t hoii '
Dallea City in l4ricTtoj?i
o clock in the alternoon ot ,iirt "
lie auction to the highest bidder for itti
following described property, tiWit- ' 3
The snlltlleaNt ,.,i,rt.r .
south half of southeast quarter nd th2
east quarter of the southcat urlr
twenty-eight (v8, township seven ,7
UH acveuieeii (I,) east, W l .
lot number three (3) in block nunihsV ik,
f!) In langhhu's addition to the t"wn Z
lope, in VVasco count?, stuto ol ...
nd Lvied unori as the mhu i ..-.'. ,j i
V . Wallace, or 8l much thi.rm,f 7...
esMarv tn Nutl.fv Ih. ...(. , j v:mr
interest thereon at the rate of' tight rwrepnr,'!:
annum from the su H.. i i.. '
with all costs aud diobursemen ,'i that klveT
RflRFRT VPIlv ov.j.
Dated at Dallea 1 ltv. wMrn .
tulv'A'. lum .J,wrrici
Notice Is hereby elven that ih. nh,i.:.
heretofore existing between E. B. Dufur n
Frank Menefee, at The Dalles, Oregon, nn
the tlrm name and stvla of biifur
this day dissolved by mutual consent, E '
Dufur retlrimr from said Ann. All ,,.;;.:
cases in which said tlrm is Interested si
tornevs, will be attended to and compl'
both partners the same as though no diwwluti
rank Menefee will retain the bonk.ind.
counts of the firm, aud will pay alliebti r.
claims against said firm, and all parties lndebt
to the firm of Dufur Menefee are requested j
settle the same with him at an early date.
Dated at Tbe Dallea, Oregon, this 1st day I
July. P.KJ0. K. B. OI'KI R.
Jly 7-w FKANK MENEFEE
NOTICE FOR rUBLICATIOS.
Land Office at The Dali.ir, Oii.j
July 2, WJO. I
Notice Is hereby given that the follovfn
named settler haa Hied notice of her intent.. :.
to commute and make linat nronf in .tttmnrt
her claim, and tbat said proof will be made
fore the register and receiver at The Dallo.
Oregon, on Ihursday, September 20, KM), ru
Lola A. Helm, or The Dalles, Or.,
If. E. No. 6159. for the NW'-i 8K'. KW 6
and 8WJ4 SWi, Sec. 3. T. 1 8.,'K. ll E., .)!
- She names the following witnesses to prove
continuous reaidence upon, and cultivation
aaia iana viz:
Peter Fniran. G. Wctmnre. Charles Mstnt!
v. fox, all ot The Dalles, or.
JAY P. LfCAS,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Lnb Ornc a at Vancoi'vir, Wmi
Aug. 16. !'.. I
Notice la herebr elven that the follnwin(
numcd settler has tiled notice of hi. inteue
to make II mil prool in supMrt of his claiir. at.
that said proo: will be niaile before W. B. Pre!,
t'nlted Stte Commissioner for IHstrlcl o:
Washinaton. at hlaollice ill iloldendalc, sut
lngton, ou October 1, 1'.KO, viz:
CI fifl.lroia I'pntnrvllle. Wsh.. who ITI
homratead application So. WKU, for tne S!, si
rice J Tii :l V U 11 I. W M.
Who names the following witnesses toF
his continuous residence upon and cultnt
oi satil land, vl. : ,.
Charles Strntibc, William wintn. "
. Daly and Patrick llnggeriy,
. O., Washington.
falsi iW. B.DrSBAB,W
Notice is hereby given that the ""f"''
con ll I V court of the! state of Oregon, 1K
couiiH-, executors of the eststj of ',''r,u'''j!
son. oeceascil. Ail nernnis
lalnst said estate are hereby untitled "'I".
. . i.:.. ... ti, nnileriiw-
l e same, iiniiieriy vcrimn, " nli
onriea r.. I orwoii. m i,, , ,, lfc
. m,r artnrlieVH.
oii (iiii, or bl nn nun it ni " - iihius:
fM Ar U u.n u , 'I'Iim I li, 1 1, HI. llinf"U,
months from' the date of this notice.
DBte.1 July II, I'.). -Ra)15,
Executors of the estate ol Horatio tow ".;
-Public Land Sle.
Land Orrica at Th l'"'-'":
Notice Is hereby given fhat In P"'""!!!'!'
nttructlons from the coinmis'iooorp
ral laud otllcc, under authority vJ hi
ny scciion -jvu u. n. r"", '. :,..
n,..M ,.f n,.,ior.MM ii t,tirovil rcDrusi;
we will proceed to oiler at public
ine nui uav oi ww "1"' : " ... . i,.).!.:
f Kio'cha k, a. in , at this olln. '
tract of land, to-wtt: .... . w
Anv nnd all iiersons elnlmlng i'
cscrlbnl lands are advlieu '
claims In this office on or ih - -, &
desigunted tor theconimcuif iie'i; .
otherwise their rlnh taw III I forfil
JAV P. LI CAS,
NOTICE FOR PUr.LICATIOS.
m" ' . ,..-rf
...... ....( the I'".
l, ii InteDU1"
v . , i -.1. u
niiliru is iifr,-iij , ,
uiu... hmi flml notice oi
ake tlnal proof In support oi h .
that said pns.f will be wane '' "". mW-
It.i'elver at The uanvs,
August ., !'". vlr..: .,..
nhn W. .lohiiaton. or a n ,
If. K. No. aiTO, lor the Sh' r.t
'lle'names the following i'',''..'io'Jaii.
iiitiniioiia wiiletice upon. 1
ild land, viz: irf,nk
J. W. .Mr.iuls, O. W. .fob '::'":,,-, oi
y, Oeo. L. Jobiiston, an "i . Rel!'
... i i a v i . l.i ""'
Physician aud Surgeon,
. -in.n towrrf1
special aiienuoM ,iuti
Rooms 21 and ,