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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
Entered a the Postofflcc at The Dalles, Oregon,
ax second-class matter.
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jw-r line tor each subsequent Insertion. . .
Special rates for Umg time notices.
All local notices received later than 3 o'clock
Will appeor the following dayN ,
No. 2, Arrives 12:01 a. M. Departs 12:06 A. M.
8, " 1-: 33 P. M. " 12:60 P.M.
r WKST BOUND.
No. 1, Arrives 4:25 A. M. . ' Departs 4:30 A. .
. " 7, " 6:00 P. M. , " . :i-'0 r. u.
Two locai freights that carry passengers leave
one for tho west at 7-uo a. m., and one for the
Mit at 9:15 A. M, - -
I'rinevllle, via. Bake Oven,
Por 'Aiitelou'e. Mitchell, Canyon City, leave
dFor Lulur, KliiKsley, Wamic, VVapinitia, Warm
8pring ind Tygn Valley, leave daily (except
(Sunday) at 6 A. M. ' . "
For Goldendale, Wash., leave every day of the
week except Sunday at 7 A. M.
Offices for all lines at the Umatilla House.
Pogt-Offlce. . .
. . ' ' orncK hours
Amerai IX-liverv Window.. 8 a. in. to 7 p,
Money Order K a. m. to 4 p.
Sunday v U ' " 9 a. m. toioa.lm.
- .... . CLOSING OP MAILS . -
drains solus? East. . . ..9 1. m. and 11:46 a.
" " West ;.9 p. o. and 5:80 p.
' 'St.'erc for Goldendale.- ..7:30 a. nV
... . hi. r ..
" ' "Dnfurand Warm Springs ..5:30
a. m. r
' ti-eaving for Lyle dc Hurtland. .5:30 a. in.
" Antelope 5:30 a.m.
' piExccpt Sunday. ; -"
ITri-weakd'. Tuesdav Thursday and Saturday.
.1 . " r , iloudny Wednesday and Friday,-.
JUNE 18, 1892
If you want the. news,
You want The Chronicle. ;
-this and hand in vour name.
. Robert Kelly of Kingsley came into
town tnis raornvng.
Read A. M. Williams & Co.'s adverr
-tisement on the first page.
. .Indira ftradnhaw. and liia wife, intend
" visiting friends in' Yamhill county next
week. . - .' , ' .-
J. M. Filloon & Co. today received the
fourth caf load, this season, of Haines
headers. l .
Mrs. James Hurst of Ten Mile, and
' her ' two grand-daughters,' paid the
' Chronicle office a pleasant visit today.
Abe Dalies firemen are ..making some
remarkably fine displays, and doing ac
tive 1 work ; preparatory to the tourna
ment on the 4th of July. ' . y
J. A. Wagner of Pine Hollow, Eight
mile, will leave next week, with the in-
' tention of spending the summer ' on
: Cherry creek, Crook county.
' Capt. Scotts' new steamer Flyer, built
at a --cost of $110,000 in Portland last
1 " . ,1,1 J, A 1.
. year, was almost wnoiiy aesiroyea Dy
:-fire in Seattle on .Wednesday. '.'.
' -This is the Beason for annual picnics,
-and returns from nearly every - county
show a greatly increased acreage over
.. past seasons for many years .
-Russell & Co. will have-one of their
fine traction engines in The Dalles fourth
- of July procession. It will be under full
head of steam, and run without horses.
A man may cry; "Church, Church," at every word
With no more piety than other people;
Because he keeps a -cawing from a steeple.
Charley Richmond's new delivery wag-
on nas arrivea,. ana wj.il oe on toe street
in a few: days, running in --connection
with his family grocery establishment in
the East End. . ..' : .. . .
'Mr. Malcolm Maclnnis announces in
-another column that lie. has withdrawn
from the contest for city recorder. The
fight will now lie between Messrs. Men--afeeand
Knaggs.. ,...'. i,
C. C. English of Company Hollow,
lost this forenoon a check-drawn in his
favor for t60. ."The finder will be re
warded by leaving it at French ' & Co.'s
bank. ' ;
Tiie president is said to- have filed no--tice
that he. will veto the river and har
bor bill should it exceed the sum appro
priated by the house. IL this . is r true
then good by to the dalles boat Tail way:
C. W. Phelps & Co.'s new. building on
Second street, will be under cover today ,
and within a week.- the firm will be com-
. fortablv at home to natrons. ' A heaw
stock of goods : ia on the way . to The
" Dalles for their trade.
A dispatch from Chicago, under date
', of June :17, says s "Many presidential
lu&rk-fl SLra-tABAlicr in. tllA TWTttr.ol ana
r night, but through the mists -and shad
;6ws the ball of ClevelaBd's hopes looms
ttp ominously -above ati." ' ' ,
In the house yesterday Mr. Hermann
made an earnest and able . fight for the
appropriation for the dalles boat rail way
He bitterly- denounced - the attempt; of
some unseen influence to prejudice con
gressional action upon this' subject' and
referred to a' libelous pamphlet -which
had been placed upon the . members'
desks which attacked ihe boat railway
scheme. " ' A 'further conference was -or--dered.-
- '.;, : '-..: ;'
The Episcopal convention, which is
. now in session at Astoria, has been very
handsomely welcomed by the Rev. Wi
.&. Short, of Grace church, and Rev. T.
A. Hyland of the new, Skipanon church.
The members form an intelligent'dignl--fied
body of men, and -they represent a
prosperous, growing church . in Oregon.
Hev. E. D. Sutcliffe of The Dallea.'is the'
guest of Mrs. A. W. Ferguson, formerly
.;?6f this city. .-- -v. . v , - ,
. - Mr. E. Olds f Grass Valley, gave . the
Chkoxiclk a pleasant call today.
- All report from the Dufur and Tygh
Ridge countries indicate that crops are
in. fairly good condition, with an encour
aging prospect of a-good outcome. -
A rare opportunity for the ladies is
now afforded by Mrs. Phillips, who is
offering millinery at one' third less, as
she has decided to retire from the busi
ness. See advertisement.
Thos Conlon bad his. case decided by a
Washington county jury in the circuit.
court at Hillsboro, yesterday. The ver
dict was ' for $2,250 against the Oregon
Short line and Utah Northern;
L. L. McCartney left at this office to
day a sample lot of gooseberries, the
largest we have ever seen grown in this
country. They' were, raised", -Without
irrigation in the Thompson addition.
Some vigorous ..thieving is being done
in the Dufur, Nansene and Deschutes
precincts. - Quite a -number of borses
are missing ' and : several .stable? ; have
been raided of nights- and valuable sad-
rllcta and nf.hfr thinorR tjilrpn
The Barlow road over ' the Cascade
mountains is now open. Several wagons
have arrived over this toad. 'The ' snow
has not entirely-disappeared, but, it is
going fast, v In a few days the road will
he in a vervcood condition.'
i - . ' , -.. ,
Yesterdar was the anniversary of the
battle of Bunker Hill, and the day was
duly celebrated in -.Boston. The banks
were alt closed and business generally
suspended'' Even1 the -regular ' daily
papers did not publish their regular
editions.-. - ,
' The ' steamer Regulator , leaves at 7
o'clock tomorrow morning on- another
one of those popular excursions to the
Cascades. Fare only fifty cents for the
round trip. Be in time to secure a front
seat, as' the weather will . be . fine, and
much pleasure may be anticipated. ,
- Astoria comes to the defense of Capt.
Whitehead who has been relieved of his
command of the Baltimore because of
petty jealously at San Diego, Portland,
and on Puget sound. It is perhaps true
that some of this muss has 'been in
stigated by a desire of some subordinate
for promotion " v j .;
Readers 'of Mr. Spurgeon's sermons
will be glad to know that the publishers
have at least eight hundred discourses
that have not yet been published,' so
that the weekly issue can be continued
for sixteen years longer. Each . sermon
is now accompanied by an exposition
given by tho preacher.
Portland has finally awakened to a
sense of the situation and decided to
celebrate. Some of the old committee
are harnessed for the job of getting up a
show , I more for the purpose of keeping
the people at home, perhaps, than any
thing else, and to spend $1,800 on liAndr
left overfrom last year. - -
Jacob Kamm and the N. P. R. Co
will make thirigs-lively.for the "system,"
on the lower Columbia river soon. ' He
has an .understanding with Hon. H. B.
Parker of the steamer Astorian, and
they, together with the business which
the N. P. R. Co., afford! intend to carry
passengers at $2.00 for the round trip,
Astoria-Portland,' and freight at $1.00
per ton. , - -
Wm. Butler & Co. have moved their
business office over on to Second street,
and put . on an extension which more
than doubles the room. Butler says he
can howl' keep a set of books without
having to put the ink etand on th,e outer
side of the window sill.-- The north side :
of their sign is now the east side, and
will be whitewashed.
In consequence of the bridge burned
at Wythe, cars were unable to run be
tween Dalles city and Portland. Pass
engers, mail and express, were trans
ferred by boat; and this gave rise to a
rumor, which spread like the itch, that
the Regulator company had purchased
the Union Pacific railroad. It is prob
ably unnecessary for us to. Btate, for the
benefit of intelligent readers, that there
ia no foundation in fact for the rumor.
V .Tbat sack of political innocence which
reposes on the safe at the Umatilla house
was sent to F. W. L. Skibbee for distri
bution and briefly the facts are about
this, 'no matter" what anybody may say
te the contrary :; It is said there was
$1,500 in the sack.' Skibbee entrusted it
to a man who was to take it with him to
Antelope, but- somebody got on to the
racket; and for - fear of prosecution he
shipped without it, and now-the sack
and its, contents is considered contra
band. ;s -y . . rrr.rm
: At, -Pine'THoUow Junef lUb, :to the
rife of J.. A. Wagner,
a 6 pound Jbpy .
At Kingsley on the 16th inBt., to the
wifejof Leon Rondeau, an lla' pound
girl.'.? Kiiigsley against the world!
' ' : v Cknrck Notices. ; ' '.
. The; Sunday, School of. the M.' E.
Church will have its childrens day con
cert tomorrow at 11 a. m. consisting of
songs, recitatioos, and the building of a
pyramid with various planks of honor.
Free to all.' " Pleaching 'at 8 p., ra by the
pastor. ' ' '".J;-.?.- . 'J
Congregational Church, services in the
Court "house tomorrow, " (Sunday) a. m.
at li -o'clock.; Sunday ' 'echool1 at 12.15,
Young peoples'; society of Christian En
deavor: at 6.30 p. m. AH. persons not
worshiping el3ewher'e:arc6rdially in
vited. . . - "--f .''
Union services : at the Court house
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. . Prea'chiiig
by Rev. W. O. Cartis, pastor of the
Congregational church. -,. a .
Annual CommcOflflment Exercise at St.
. Mary's AesdcnyA Fin Prognmmv .
'The annual commencement: exercises
of St. Mary's Academy were held in the"
hall of the academy yesterday, com
mencing at 10 o'clock a. m.' The hall
was tastefully and .appropriately dec
orated as only the deft, fingers of these
good sisters, could do .it. .. A large at
tendance of f riends of the academy r and
the pupils was present and heartily en
joyed the interesting programme. The
proceedings commenced with the over?
tare, "Happy" hours ," finely rendered
by four young ladies. . This was followed
by an address by Miss M. O'Leary which
gave evidence of much careful culture
andmarked natural talent. The essay
of Miss D. ' Mosier, ''Monuments, fcf
Fame," was finely delivered and mani
fested an extended acquaintance with
our best literature. Miss M. O'leary's
essay on "Self-sacrifice the Harbinger of
Victory," was a splendid composition,
and was also well receivedv : The " little
folks did their part extremely well and,
especially to, in their German class song
and their "Fairy ; Drill." The "Chris
tian .symbols" were very interesting and
instructive.' The graduating honors
were conferred on Misses D. Mosier and
M. O'Leary by . Father Brongeiet, ac
companied by a few well chosen words
of council and encouragement! Then fol
lowed the presentation of a gold medal
to Miss Annie White of Kingsley , for the
best plain sewing' after "which came a
very beautiful and touching valedictory
by Miss D.: Mosier!' .The "Adieu", by a
vocal quartet brought to-a fitting close
an entertainment that could only be ap
preciated by those who had the pleasure
and privilege of being present.
, , A Csrd.
To the electors of Dalles City i Owing
to other business matters . which -I am
compelled to attend to, I cannot pursue
the fight for - city Recorder to a finish.
Jo my friends who are yet" still willing
to stay - with . me, I extend my most
grateful thanks, but beg leave to .with
A Bicycle-Elder Missing.
San Antonio, Tex., June 17. Much
uneasiness is felt here for the safety of
Otto Parager, the young reporter who
started to ride from here to the City of
Mexico on a bicycle. ' fie was last heard
from on May 19th, when he left the city
of Durahgo for the port of Mazatlan, on
the Pacific. -, His route lay across a wild
chain of the Sierra Mvdre mountains, "v
- --.' A; Great State.:.. ., -
Almost every one on the Pacific - coast
is familiar with the name- of ther able
and" geriial editor of the jSalt Lake
Tjribtuie,-j Judge TC.'. C. (Jobdwirf. '.He,
speaking of' the Columbia River Cen
tennial, expresses this sentiment "Or
egon is a' great state, and the Willamette
valley is the most productive. we believe,
for its size' in all the west. Senator
Baker was once asked what the chief at
tractions of Oregon were, and his ans
wer was: 'Oregon is composed of the
Willamette valley and two United
States . senators.' "That--about covered
the case at that time, but while the
Willamette valley and the senators still
remain, the state itself on both sides of
the mountains is advancing to a position
among the very foremost in. the nation.
It has other valleys wonderfully rich J it
has splendid mines; as a pasture land it
is : marvelous and- altogether" it is an
Imperial state.' ' The state is really what
all the people up there were celebrating
yesterday more than the river, and, they
had a right to. In lumber, in .fruit, in
grain-, in fish j in mines," In ranges and
the product bf ' the. 'range, . Oregon ' is a
tremendous , state'. . .There are- but few
that can compare with her at all." , t
.. A check for $50,"- payable' to bearer,
drawn by Henrietta English, in favor of
C.- 0. ' ' English.; '. . .The fihde-; wilL": be
suitably rewarded Tby leavln'glf a t iFrench
& Co's bank.i . t . ' ; -.: (. C. English.
6-18-Ct ' - -' , . .
rri. Kent. -. . V,
' The lower part of the Gilhousen liouse
off ulton street coneiating of live rooms,
partly fortiiBhedv - Enquire on the prem
ises.' ' --. : ' ' ;:'-.'V.:i;5-lltf
I beg to announce myself as -a candi
date for .'city '' treastlrer "at ' the coming
, Lpti'iaj Hobdbx.
'': Toltlil.ICityi".V6tetr.",'--f ; '
-- GeoH. Knaggs announces ' himself as
a candidate for City 'Recorder, at the
coming election. .
- ' ; For City Xaconier.' i .
j I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for city recorder at the coming elec
tion.",. . . . . .' FbANJE MlSEFEE.
For City Marshal.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date-for city marshal, subject td tbej
R. . GlBONl.-
JTotice isherehy given that sealed pro
posala for -the construction of wooden
stepa or stairs from the foot of .the bluff
at the south end of Xaughlin ' street to
the top of the bluff, will he received at
the office oi -the Recorder until four
o'clock, of Thursday June 30th, . 1892.
Plans and Specifications may be seen at
the'' Recorder's office: The" council re
serves the right to reject any and all
bids. By order of the "common council
of Dalles City. - Fkajt Mewkfkk."-
. Recorder of Dalles City.
Dated this 16th day of June, 1892. '
Ckas( of Business.
. Having' disposed of ail" our" stock in
terest and good will in ,the business of
Orchard & Co., grocery, crockery and
glass ware, in The Dalles, Or. - This is to
notify all parties concerned that the
firm of COL. Richmond & Co., will con
tinue in business at the old stand, who
will collect and pay all bills of the past
firm. -We recommend our patrons to
continue business with the new firm as
above. - Orchard & Co. .-
The Dalles, Or., June 6th 1S92.
v We offer to the building public a full
line of building - material. We : do not
resort to trickery to buy- or sell any
lines handled by rxa.
Wm. Buti.eb & Co. , Lumber Dealers.
Sole agents for the "Oregon" lime and
Oregon sewer and chimney pipe. o-7df
'. The Ice Wagon.
The ice wagon of Cates & Allison is on
the streets every morning from 6 to 8
o'clock. Any orders for ice left with
Will Vanbibber'8 express or at the store
of Chas. Lauer will be promptly at
tended to. Cates & Allison.
Fisher's Shaving and Bathing Parlors.
From and after this date my place of
business - will be closed on. "Saturday
evenings after 10 o'clock, and open on
Sundays from 7 a. m. -until 12 o'clock
' Jclius Fisheb,
. Second Street, The Dalles, Or'.
ICK! ICE!' ICE!
. Having on hand a large supply of ice
we are prepared to furnish our custom
ers with ice in any quantity at a reason
able rate. , We guarantee we will supply
the demand without advancing prices
throughout the season. Leave orders at
C. F. Lauer's store, Secoud street. -
- 5-2tf Cates & Allison.
Block, The Dalles, Oregon.
The Dalles, Portland & Astoria tyav. Co.
Until further notice the Regulator will
make trips to the Cascades : and return
on Thursdays and Sundays, leaving
iue Aaitea at a. m. excursion rates
50 cents for the round trip. . 5-23tf ;
J. L. FISHER.
W. J. MONTAGUE.
" PEOPRIgTORS OF THE-
Elete Sha vino- Parlor's'
.'-.,.';--,: and- v:- -'
Bath Rooms. ;
SEOOBD STBEET. THE DALLES, 0E.
Gentlemen will find THE ELETE
fully up to the times in every, respect.
raair ' uuiting' m - tne nest manner; - in
every style of the art. f Smooth Shaving
and Perfect" Baths. "
Hours : F.very day and evening dur
ing the week. Closed on Saturday eve
nings after 10. o'clock. Open on Sun
days from 7 a. m. to 12 o'clock noon.
Campbell Bros. Proprs
- - (Successors lo . S. Craa.) '
Manufftctnrers of tbe finest French and
Home Blade r
' . -'-''- . . '-' ast of Portland.
' Can faraiJiti any of these good at Whoiesala
.' . Mlnrjr Style. 1
Ice tream and goda Water:
'' i'; v -t"t -i! ''" a.- -1 'J .:'
6 104 Second Street. The Pallee, Or.
C P. STEPHENS,
, . Roots. , Saoea. Hat, Kte.
.1 !' .-.Ktc. ,.Kte.. , JCtc.
- - , .
- ! 13-1 Second St.. next to Dalles National
Bank, Dalles City, Oregon
nj BEER ;HfiLL.
Second "Street, - The Dalles, Oregon
FRED LEMKE, Propr. '
Visitors to the San Francisco Beer Hull will
find the best of everything, and are sure to cull
again, - ,
peal Fruits, Ms, fas ana To to
. Choice, domestlo and imported Cigars, Wines, I
Liquors, Beer, Etc.
SACRIFICE SALE I
" My entire
; lyi I LLINERY AN D LADIES' U N D ER WEAR
will be sold in large or small . quantities to suit
purcnasers,"as I shall retire from business; It is also
a rare opportunity to buy a well established business.
BouM ad DiBSSBd LumiiBi,
and a full line of Builders' Sunnlies. all of which
are carried constantly in stock. ;
Call and see us at our
of Second and Jefferson Streets, before buying, else
where. Our prices are as low as the lowest, and on
many things below all competitors. .
MISS ANNA PETER SCO..
12 Second street,
171 Second Street,
Frenchs' Block, '
162 Second Street,
H AI N TS, OI I S AN D GLASS,
. ; 4 And the Most Complete and the Lateet Patterns and Designs in "
Sherwin-Williams and J. W. Masary'e Paints need in alt bur' work, and none but
the most skilled 'workmen employed. Agents for Masury'-liquid "Paints.' Ko
chemical combination or soap mixture. . . A. first class article in all colors.- All -orders
promptly attended to. . ;" ' ...
Store and Faint Shop corner Third and
S K I E3 B E
-33 ''W. Xj. SKXSBH, Zropr.
r y f Hffg'
e M :- ml! bh
new store, southwest corner
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THE DALLES, OR.
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