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C. P. STEPHENS,
. " DEALER IX
AIiIj the latest novelties "in
- . .
Our line of Hosiery is now complete
in every department. We can show you
good values at i oc, 1 2 c.y 1 5c. up to
$1.50 per pair.
Color guaranteed absolutely fast.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
Entered a the Postoffiee t The Dalles, Oregon,
as second-class matter.
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per line tor each subsequent insertion.
Special rates for long time notices.
All local notiees received later than 5S o'clock
will appear the following day.
JULY 5, 1892
The maximum temperature today was
Sheriff Thomas A. Waul is now at
The police force remains under Mar
shal Maloney as before.
Mr. F. F. Laughlin expects to go to j
Portland tomorrow on business.
J. F. Staniels was re-elected street
commissioner today on the first ballot.
Dr. Candiana, of Cascade Locks has
been elected justice of the peace, and
van now be hailed as judge.
A fire at Dufur yesterday destroyed a
dwelling. Fortunately the wind was
right to prevent its spreading.
One reason there were no more trades
represented in the pi-ocession, material
for decorations could not be had.
Win. Lemon, who broke his collar
bone yesterday by falling from a frac
tious horse, is under treatment by Dr.
Mr. John Irwin has changed his resi
dence permanently from Linkville to
.'The .Dalles, and is now living on his
W. S. Turnbow has left at The Ciibon
ici,e Curiosity Shop, a curious petrifica
' tion of wood. It was found seven miles
below The Dalles.
County court was in session today,
Judge Geo. C Blakeley presiding. Three
new American citizens were turned over
under the naturalization laws.
The river this morning stood at thirty
three feet and five-tenths above zero.
Falling slowly. Temperature of the
weather at The Dalles was 70.
The common . council met this . fore
. noon, and the new city officers, includ
ing those, reelected, took upon. them
selves their new duties. The mayor's
message, and financial reports, will ap
J. F. Snedaker, D. D. S., has located
permanently in" The Dalles, and offers
hia services to the. public in need of den
tistry. , Office in the Chapman building,
Second . street, room 12, over The Dalles
If you don't want to incur the displeas
ure of the very worthy street superin
tendent of The Dalles j keep your paper
ttterathome. After a day or two in
usty sooty Portland, The Dalles seems
ike a paradise with her clean streets.
'Chairman II. J. Maier of the Fourth
July committee, wishes The Chron
icle to publicly announce the gratitude
of the committee to all who in any way
ss'atod to make the" celebration y ester-
a!ky the decided success which it was.
Miss Ward, who accompanied Mr.
McD. Lewis to Salem, ' speaks in high
terms of Conductor Miller. The train
was two hours late leaving The Dalles,
but tie gap was closed so near that at
Troutdale, Miller held theS. P. II. train,
by wire, and connection was made at
East Portland. ' Such incidents in life
as this, sends grateful blood thrilling
through the human frame.'
PEASE & MAYS
Geo. W. Roland has been appointed
Notary Public by Gov. Pennoyer.
There is music in the air around and
about The Dalles Brass Band.
Mr. and Mrs. Fairfowl, of Portland,
returned home on last evening's train.
Mrs. Fairfowl has been the guest of Mrs..
J. S. Schenck during the past week.
Jas. B. Crossen who continues in busi
ness at the old stand, says the price of
marriage licenses has not advanced.
Deputy Ed. Martin and ' J. A. Crossen
remain as before.
All the health and pleasure reports
are not located iu Wasco county. But
we have several localities unsurpassed
for pure air and water. In the heart of
the Cascade mountains there are several
resorts inferior to none on the coast of
fering attractions to those who would es
cae the heat of summer and revel in
the cool breezes that are wafted from old
Fifty-seven shares in the Prineville
land and live stock company will be
Bold in The Dalles on Saturday, in order
to close up an estate an estate. The
property is situated partly in this and
partly in Crook county, and is one of
the best paying properties in the coun
ty. It will pay some of our residents
who have money to invest to look after
THK FIKEMANS TOVKNAHEMT.
First Prize Awarded to Mount Hood
Following is the report of the judges
ou the tournament yesterday, addressed
to Chief Engineer Jud. S. Fish, of The
Dalles lire department :
Sib: The judges .selected to decide
upon the hose tournament' held at The
Dalles, July 4th, 1892, in accordance
yith the articles of agreement, beg to
report that at 2 :30 p. m. three teams
entered for the race, viz :
Mt. Hood Hose team, Columbia Hose
team, and Jackson Hose team.
The captains of the three teams drew
lots for the position in the contest, re
sulting as follows :
. Mt. Hood to run first ; Columbia 2d,
and Jackson 3d.
According to the report of the time
keepers we find that.
Mt. Hood team won first prize. Time
Columbia second prize. Time 32
Jackson third prize. Time 32h sec
onds.' -.; . . .
.The three teams ;did their work ad
mirably, and we deem the tournament
a great benefit to" The Dalles fire de
department. Respectfully submitted.
: J. M. Patterson, Chairman.
The judges were E. Schutz.. Thos.
Joles, T. A. Ward, II. M. Beall and J.
Time keepers : J. O. Mack, Otis Sav
age, J. P. Mclnerny and S. ! E. Farris.
Following is a list of the officers and
members of the. winning company : v
C. L. Phillips, foreman ; J. T. Jack
son, 1st asst. foreman ; J.'B. Harper, 2d
asst. foreman; A. L. Reese, R., V. Gib
ons, J. Davidson, H. Williams, R. J.
Steward, James Fisher, James Harper,!
N. A. Boyer, Cora. McDonald, Charles
The first prize is a silver cup, the sec
ond prize a medal. The race was 500
feet; 300 feet to hydrant, 200 feet of reg
ulation hose, break- connections and
attach nozzle, and throw water, making
three half urns' or one .and one-half
turns complete on nozzle, and. hydrant.
Twelve men or less to run. - ;
County Assessor Joel W. Koontz filed
hie bonds today and took his position.
The American Central Railway com
pany is the title given to a new organi
zation incorporated with $20,000,000,
which is said will build .from San Fran
cisco to Boise city. If that be true it
must pass through Eastern Oregon.
The management of the Portland In
dustrial exposition is desirous of secur
ing for their exposition this fall all the
exhibits which are to be sent to the Co
lumbus worlds fair. Exhibitors will find
it to their interest to first place their
samples on exhibition at Portland since
it will not only contribute to the success
of the Portland fair, but will materially
aid them in shipping and preserving it.
Such exhibits will be well cared for un
til the exhibitors are ready " to forward
them to Chicago. This arrangement
offers great inducements, and our people
should recognize the fact in a substantial
The Omaha convention nominated
Gen. Weaver for president, and J. G.
Field for vice-president.
The report of the escape of Chas. Wil
son, the murderer of Mamie .Walsh,
while being conveyed to Salem for safe
keeping is confirmed.
Judging from the way in which some
British mobs greet some British candi
dates, the act of running for office in
that country must be performed lit
erally. Referring to an open Columbia river
the Pendleton Tribune voices public
sentiment by saying enemies to these
improvements are enemies to the ma
terial progress of the nort west, and we
should jot their names down in our note
books for future reference.
It has been discovered that more than
half the prisoners in Idaho's peniten
tiary are insane to a greater or lesser
extent.. The only noted patient is a
man named Hatton. It is not known
what has produced the dementia o'f the
convicts, as they are well treated and
The estimable Philadelphia Times in
forms an amazed public that "Victor
Hugo has been traveling in Belgium,
but couldn't be prevailed upon to visit
the field of Waterloo. Great geniuses,"
continues the Times, "are not exempt
from small sorenesses.". Yet how can
M. Hugo be blamed? Possibly he re
flects that at Waterloo he is likely at
any time to meet "Wellington and aLkl
the German kings and princes since thm
time of Luther.
Collectors this" month report ' cash
easier. One of the best indications of
easier financial affairs is noted in the
sheriff's office. The whole collections
up to Saturday amounted to $67,619.57,
which is a better showing than any
former year. The roll called for $65,
538.49, but Sheriff Cates had assessed
about $8,000, making it $73,538.49.
After deducting collections made, but
$5,918.92 remained to be collected Sat
urday. Two nien of Destinv now face ftach
other for the 6econd time.
Instantaneous Portraits'. Chapman
Block, The Dalles, Oregon.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Etc.
FanciJ ijoodg, JJofciong,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
134. Second St., next to Dalles National
Bank, Dalles City, Oregon.
The water used in my Soda Fountain
ia filtered, and is guaranteed germ proof.
V . . ..
Something very new and pretty.
Get your Firecrackers, Pistols,
Flags and all kinds of Fire
62 SECOND ST. 62
A rare opportunity for the ladies is
now afforded by Mrs. Philips, who is of
fering millinery at one third less, as she
has decided to'retire from the business.
See advertisement. 6.18dtf
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy can always be de
pended upon, it is pleasant to take and
will cure cramp, cholera morbus, dysen
tery and diarrhoea in their worst forms.
Every family should be provided with
it. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by
Blakeley & Houghton, druggists. dtw
WillWant The CKronicle.
After the Fourth the . usual hegira to
the sea coast and mountains will begin.
Orders may be left at The Chronicle
office for the paper, which will be mail
ed free of postage daily, and which : in
camp, cottage or tent, will be found a
welcome visitor from home. Yon will
want The Chronicle. Don't forget to
leave vour orders.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was sick, w gars her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
Notice is hereby given that the law'
partnership heretofore existing between
E. B. Dnfurj George Watkins and Frank
Menefee, under the firm name and style
of Dufur, Watkins & Menefee ia this day
dissolved by mutual consent. George
Watkins retiring from the firm. All
persona knowing themselves indebted to
said firm will please call at once and pay
the same to Frank Menefee, and all per
sons having claims against said firm will
present the same to him for payment.
Business will be continued at the old of
fice, under the firm name of Dufur &
Menefee. E. B. Dckur.
Dated this 25th dav of June, 1892.
A. A. Brown,
Keeps a fall assortment of '
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
which he offert at Low Figures.
SPECIAL x PRICES
to Cash Buyers.
Highest Cash Prices for Eggs and
- otir Profce.
170 SECOND STREET.
Next door to Wasco Sun.
Just Received, a fine -stock of Suitings, i
Pants Patterns, etc., or all latest
' , . Styles, at Low Prices.
Madison's Latest System used in cutting
garments, and a fit guaranteed
. ' each time.
Je pairing and Cleaning
Neatly and Quickly Done.
HATS AND CAPS.
109 Second Street. , . The Dalles, Oregon.
SACRIFICE SALE !
. . . My entire stock of
MILLINERY AND LADIES' UNDERWEAR
will be sold in large or small - quantities to suit
purchasers, as I shall retire from business. It is also
a rare opportunity to buy a well established lousiness.
STOJSLEJVIflJSL & piEGE,
Practical Shoemakers and Dealers in
BOOTS and SH OES
Only Exclusive Bool and Shoe House in the City.
All Kinds of Footwear Always on Hand.
Pabst's Milwaukee beer at the Uma
tilla house at a bit a bottle. Free lunch
tonight at 8 o'clock. .
The Dalles, Portland & Astoria Nav. Co.
Until further notice the Regulator will
make trips to the Cascades and return
on Thursdays and Sundays, leaving
The Dalles at 7 a. in. Excursion rates.
50 cents for the round trip. 5-23tf
Rational it Bank,
Of DALLES CITY, OR.
President - - - - - 55. F. Moody
Vice-President, - - Charles Hilton
Cashier, - - - - - M. A. Moody
General Banking Business Transacted.
Sight Exchanges Sold on
and PORTLAND, OR.
Collections made on favoreble terms
at all accessible points.
City Wagon Shop,
Second St, opposite Hood's Stable,
THE DAI.I.ES, - - - OREGON.
A. SANDROCK, Prop.
First class Carriaee and Wazon mak
ing. General repairing to order, in a
satisfactory manner, at reasonable
prices. Give me a call.
. Second St., Opp. Hood's Stable,'
THE DAI.I.ES, - , - - - OREGON.
' :. Will repair." yonr fine Buggies-'
and Carriages, shoe vour fine
Driving Horses, . and in fact do
all your blacksmitbing in the
finest style. Satisfaction guar
anteed. . .
104 Second Street,
ICE ! ICE ! ICE !
. Having over , 1000 tons oj ice on hand,
we are now prepared, to receive orders,
wholesale or retail, ; to be delivered
through the summer. :- Parties contract
ing with us will be Carried through the
entire, season without advance in
prick, and may depend that we have
PURE, HEALTHFUL ICE
Cut from mountain water ; no slough or
slush ponds. " - .
Leave orders at the Columbia Candy
Factory, 104 Second street, or. Ice
W. S. CRAM, Manager.
CE3r.IT T iTJES,
A girl to do general - housework, good
wages, apply at this office.
Notice. . .
Notice is hereby given that sealed pro
posals for the construction of wooden
steps or stairsfrom the foot of the bluff
at the south end of Laughlin -street to
the top of the bluff, will be received at
the office of the Recorder nntil 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. Frank Menefee..
Recorder of Dalles City.
Dated this 16th dav of June, 1892.
Campbell Bros. Proprs
(Successors to W. s. dam.)
MitnufHCturers of the finest French and
CA3ST DI B
East of Portland.
Tropical Fruits, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco.
Can fiirniah any of he goods f Wboieoal
Iu Every Style.
Ice Cream and Soda Water.
104 Second Street. The Dalles, Or.
J. L. FISHER. W. J. MONTAGUE.
FISHER I MONTAGUE,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
Elete ShaviW Parlors
Sfeooin) STEEET. THE DALLES, OS.
Gentlemen will 'nd THK ELETE
fully up to the times in every respect.
Hair Cutting in the best manner, in.
every style of the art. Smooth Shaving
and Perfect Baths.
.Hours: Every 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.
W. E. GARRETSON,
f onffinn J Itm
All Watch Work Warranted.
Jewelry Made to Order.
1S Second St., The Dalles, Or. 1
OLK AGIKT FOB THK