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A. Full Line of the
, Vaverly School r Shoes. "
1 diamine ni-: 1
It hOTTB how all
PEASF. Jk MAYS
abb asjaaBitjOr k
Boots, Shoes, Hats,- Etc.
FanciJ Qood0, flotiong,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
13-1 Second St., next to Dalles National
Bank, bailee City, Oregon.
DEALEK IX '
Caniies, Frniis, Nnt Soda Water,
Ice Cream, Tobacco aM Cigars. .
? MANUFACTURER OF
first Class Syrups for Saloons and
Soda Fountains, Ete. .'. , t
Second Street, Next door to Wiugate's Hull
Are You Going Camping?
If so buy your outfit from John
Booth, the grocer, who makes a
specialty of putting up fine appetizing
A fine line of lunch and picnic
goods just received.
JOHN BOOTH, The Grocer,
62 Second Street.
Everybody seems to be complaining of
But if you only stop, and see the fine line'
of Gents' Furnishing Goods and Hats of '
JOHN C. HERTZ,
- You will find that he can save you con
Give him a call and be convinced.
109. Second Street, ; - The Dalles, Or.
sass Jbj "5
ON THE DOLLAR.
My entire stock :''"'will"be
closed but at the aboye figure.
H. STONEMAN. -
STOJiEJVIRfi & pIEGE,
Practical Shoemakers and Dealers in
BOOTS and SHOES
314 Seoond Street.
Only Exclusive Boot and Shoe House in the City.
All Kinds of ' Footwear, Akuays on Hand.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle;
Entered k the Postofflee at The Dalles, Oregon,
as second-class matter.
10 Cent ier line for first insertion, and 3 Cents
per line for each subsequent Insertion.
Special rates ior long time notices.
All local notiecs received inter than 8 o'clock
will appear the following duy.
JULY IS, 1892
Crandall &. Burget have some very
fine pictures on sale,.
Mr. Y.A Martini denutv countv clerk.
is expected home from his valley trip
Prinz & NitschUe were loading up an
other team for the country this fore
noon. Mr. Nello Johnson today fully agrees
with the writer that this weather this
Dalles weather ; beats the sea const all
If they don't let up, the press of Ore--gon
will out-demon Deeming with de
mon Wileon. The cowardly son' of a
Judge Watkins was in the city today.
Friends will be pleased to learn that
Mrs. V., is steadily improving even
Janitor Fitzgerald was out with his
lawn'mower this forenoon, and the court
house yard looks' as smooth as "the pa
per on the wall" this evening. -.'
If The Dalles people expect to "'start
tbe Cascade locks and canal, under pres
sent conditions, they have . just got to
get in and shout ! Maj. Handbury is in
no hnrry. " ' -
Hugh Glenn made a flying visit to the
consolidated city yesterday. He left in
the morning and returned in the even
ing. He says he had thirteen hoars
time at .his command. ' .
Fisher's Elite baths, in The Dalles,
-are nice enough for the queen of Sheba.
"New tubs, new carpets, and clean white
walls, invite repose while performing
"the purifying ablution. . .. . . , :.
One solitary d." d. 'was alP that
answered to Recorder Menefees ' gavel
call this a. m., and this was an old
chronic which speaks volumes , for the
morality of The Dalles on m quiet July
Sunday j., ,
j ?",? '4 is ' -.' : -J 4
Justice Shuts had case this forenoon
tha called for ft fetir qf iU a screw"driv
er and4honkey',wrenc? Iln ''order, to
wrestle'-wif.bifln view-of all' the cir
cumstances" he dressed; himself '. in
suit of overalls. r
Portland citizens have 'set ah' example
4or work.T-ihey went' for" the privilege
of free bridges and Secretary Elkins ha4
to grant their wishes. We want a .free
-open river and no 'more darned non
sense. But ' we've got, .to get ; in , and.
hont- ri,; .;;.vi'j h
There are certain . properties to . ice
cream wHch frequently ronders the use
of the delicious IdiEh ) dangerous.
" J .....uu i. uv.uuf.yw.
Lewistori, Idaho, on the 4th, many who,
ate of ice cream flavored with pine apple
wjre taken deathly sick.' The doctors
liad a lively time for an heur or two,
More than a dozen cases were reported
in an hour, . ,Fortunately, however, none
of them ;wer'e serious.' There, 'it is said,
the trouble arose from the acid formed
on the tin vessel in 'which! the ream
was allowed to stand for so long.C "'
Eight, more carloads of . .material for
the distillery at Grants passed up the
road this morning in the early freight.
A change, has been made in the office
of deputy United States marshal at The
Dalles. v There is not enough in it to
make an incumbent wealthy.
Special Agent Richard J. Hintoivs
report on irrigation throughout arid!
America will be issued in a few days.
The investigation was carried on under
the direction of the agricultural depart
ment at Washington and was authorized
by congress in 1890.
The wool business will be pretty well
closed up at The Dalles this, week, , It
has been the liveliest Reason ever' ex
perienced in eastern Oregon- - The wool
has been of very choice light staple, and
the quantity, sold here will aggregate
nearly, if not quite a million pounds in
excess of any former season.
The Dalles has wo splendid mill sites,
with water power : available of the
year, within the city limits, just waiting
for somebody to come along and start
something;.. one. .of which can be had
free of cost, a donation from the city,
and the other one can be purchased for
little or nothing yet the little burg of
Grants got away with the distillery,
pork packing establishment and flouring
mill. Why this was thus is beyond
. Dalles College Students.
ADTKHTISK THE DALLES.
The . Occident, Berkley's California
university journal, has reached Thk
Chronicle by courtesy of Robert Mays,
jr. . A group, of. 15 members of the cham
pion athletic team of '92 composes one of
the leading illustrations, and fills a page.
Mr. Ed Mays appears as one of the cham
pions. . Another illustration, full page
size is of Mr. Walter Henry, champion
120 yard hurdle racer. Time 15 sec
onds, which beats the world's record of
15 4-5. . Another full , page' illustration
shows the front , elevation of the new
mechanics building, . for which the
regents have appropriated .$65,000, with
an additional $25,000 ,. for .equipments.
In a .tabular statement of university
records, we are informed, that eleven of
the leading records . now belong . to the
Pacific coast, .one of which was made by
Mr. Ed. Maya, October 25, 1890, at an
event.; at "the Olympic grounds .by ac
complishing a . run pf.75. yards in 84
seconds- In four other events Mr.
Mays established a fine record. 1 We are
proud of our Dalles youug men and the
various records they are making during
their.college cburse.i $ f, 1- 1 l J ' :
i' ' - ' i 7-1 i i i ,v
HK COUNT J OLtSK CJKX.T
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ThW Ca.Ac(U'.tbUcAnriiaW incijr-
'-' The contest f J.'.M. Huntington v. J.
B. Croqsen Jy whiclt -the; plaintiff ex
pects, to oust, defendant from, the posi
tion'of clerk of Wasccucounty,-by-' means
of a recount of the ballots cast at the re
cent state syid county election, began at
two o'clock this afternoon, before Judge
Bradsbaw,' ofv the -cireuifr court of the
state of Oregon for Wasco county. ,
Mr. Huntington appears by his attor-
I neys C. F. liord, of Portland, an3 B. S.
Huntington of ...Maysv And Wilson,
The Dalles,. , r VCl r..iri'.Un ' '
' Mr. Crossen appears by his. .attorneys,
Messrs. Bennett and Story,. .-.J. t
, . The case promises to occupy . consider
able time in the process of evolution, in
cident to the unfolding and unrolling of
about 2,000 or 8,000 ballots cast June 6th
. ' ' Steamer n(.alstor Notice.
On account t of needed repairs- the
Regulator will not make a trip on Sun
day July 2oth. i
7-18d6t W. C. AUaway, Agent:
The Time Baa Come When This City
'' Should be Inahed to the Front. .;
Now that : there can no longer be a
doubt as to the time for the completion
of the Columbia river improvements be
tween Th Dalles and Astoria it is time j
for the" people: of this city, to1; begin a
systematic work of letting "themselves
and The Dalles be known abroad in the
land. One way of doing 'this has ': been
suggested in the shape of a pamphlet,
descriptive of The Dalles, and ' the sur
rounding country, in both Oregon and "
Washington. ' None need be' afraid1 to
tell the truth; about a location at the
practical head - of navigation; for deep
water craft on the lordly Columbia, only
180 miles from the sea, with'an ' area of
country tributary" equal' to all 6? New
England and the. most, productive .of
any lands known to cultivators. Tell it
as you please; gentlemen ; to a crowd of
hungry millions thirsting for just such
information, in some shape, and it will
have a very desirable effect. . . ,
r- iv:..- . '
Only . '.; .
i" Don't put it off";' i'i r ''-S :'
Till after the crack of doom.
A firm in Houston, Texas, has a very
choice way of advertising. They first
get a list, next send a circular, then fol
low it' up' with a iiome ' paper ; with a
not, appended, telling the person to
whom it is addressed that the subscrip
tion has been paid for, asking that it be
read and handed to your neighbor. "It
will do you good ; and possibly broaden
your ideas of Texas."
That is business.1-'
The document -is self-explanatory.
7' We commend the example of Houston
to the attention of Dalles City property
owners as one of the best ways to adver
tise and make people elsewhere convers
ant with the growth and resources of
this region.:' It - would be easy for our
banks, merchants and others to prepare
along list of persons who, on learning
that the paper had been sent them at
the instance of a friend here would, read
it thoughtfully , rWheni that Dalles
paper comes be sure to put it. on my
desk," members of large firms that re
ceive maify papcriswuld Bay," in order
that they might take it home for quiet
perusal in the evening. In this way
people'an other cities would learn of the
general progress: 'of the town. Special
articles could be prepared upon subjects
here, of which we .have a superabundant
supply, and such information would set
live men thinking, and if they desired
more they would - write for" it, or come
here - themselves' f Reduced. - rates for;
papers distributed- in this way" would
enable everybody to aid. in the good
cause. The town is now ripe to consider
the subject, and it shbuld. be. attended,
to at once.
Change In Expression.
Seattle Times. The man who asks,
"Is this hot enough for you?" has taken
his seat, and his fellow idiot who wants
to know if you've been vaccinated yet,
has taken the right of way.
' Queer world! Queer people!- Here
are men and women by thousands suf
fering from all sorts of diseases, bearing
all manners of pain, spendiug their all
on physicians and "getting no better,
but rather worse," when right at hand
there's a remedy which says it can help
them because it's helped thousands like
them. "Another patent-medicine ad
vertisement," you say. Yes but not of
the ordinary sort.' The medicine is Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and
it's different from the ordinary nostrums
in this : It does what it claims to do,
or it costs you nothing! The way is this :
You pay your druggist $1.00 for a bottle.
You read the directions, and you follow
them. You get better, or you don't.
If you do, you buy another bottle, and
perhaps another. If you don't get bet
ter, you get your money back. And the
queer thing is that so many people are
willing to be eick when the remedy s so
near nt hand.
A nicelv furnished bedroom, with or
without board, apply at this office.
City taxes for 1892 are now due aud
payable within sixty days, at the office
of "the undersigned.
Li. Rokden, uitv lreasurer.
Dai,lk,s City, July 6th, 1892.
Special .Orders No, lO.
Thb Dalles, July 16, 1892. 1. The
members of the staff and non-commissioned
staff,' "A" and "C" Co.'s will,
assemble at their armory fully uni
formed, armed and equipped, aa ; near as
possible on Tuesday (evening July 19th,
1892, at 8:30 -o'clock for inspection by
Brigadier-General Compson. . No ex
cuses will be granted.i:By order . ; .
Geo. T. Thompson,) Lieut-Col.' Com.
Official: J. F. TiAvowu,bf-?tis
: 1st Lt. anrfAdjt..fy h ' fc.V
' . . . . "' r"'4.;u-"
, Will Want The Chronicle.
After the Fourth the usual hegira to
the sea coast and mountains will begin.
Orders may be left at The CHnosiCLE
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. You will
want The Ciiboxicle. Don't forget to
leave your orders. . ;
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. d&w
Fisher's Sharing 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., in. .until 12 .o'clock
Second Street, The Dalles, Or.
Oil and watercolor -studies will1 be
sold for less than cost for the next thirty
days, to make room for new. stock to
arrive soon. Snipes & Kinehslv,
7.9d6t ' -'"- ; " The Dalles. Or.
" In Dalles City July 16th', to the wife
of M.H. Allen, a on. - Weights 11(
pounds. Grandfather , Cathcart . will
County Treasurer's Kotlee.
All iiounty warrants registered! prior
to March 181889, will be paid if pre
sented at my office, corner Third and
Washington streets. Interest ceases on
and after this date." '' ",'-.'.' V ' : ,
The Dalles, July 16J 1892. tiitV-t ";Vi
- 7.18tf Treasurer Wasco County, Or.
' '' :. Ic! Cream Featirsrf.' ,
The Good Templars have decided' to
bold an ice cream social at the hall over
Fease & Mays' Wednesday evening.
Admission free. Ice cream and cake 25
cents. - 7-18dlt
Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been in the
drus business at ELkton, Ky., for the
oast. twelve ..-years.- ayB:3s .."Chamber
lairi's CoughrRcmedy gives oetteir satis-i
faction than-any other cough medicine I
have ever sold."' - There is eood reason
for this. No other will cure-; a cold so
quickly: no other is so certain a pre
ventive and cure for, croup;, no other
affords so much relief 5n cases of whoop
ing cough. For sale by Blakeley &
Houghton , .druggists. , diw
T. A. Van Norden, the expert watch
repairei at : No. 106 Second street, The
Dalles, appears to have a nappy ivnacK
for holding the confidence of his patrons.
The secret, of course, is the usual one
skill in repairing even the most compli
cated watches. 7-13-lm
For the next thirty days we will sell
wall naoer at cost. 10. 15. and 20 cents
double roll to make room for new stock.
Snipes & Kinersly.
9.6t leading Druggists, The Dalles, Or.
. V . LOST.
Between the postoffice and the Wasco
academv cronnds. or on the grounds,
two small gold pins attached by a chain
with initialed bangle. .Finder rewarded
at this office. ' ; Std
I have this day disposed of my dental
ractice to Dr.'G. E. Sanders, late of
Inmnaw. ATinhionn. Dr. RflnHffrs ifl A
--"t!-" , . ' - -
graduate of the dental department of the
State university of Michigan and has
been in continuous dental practice more
man sixteen .'years.- lie comes very
confidence in his abilitv as a first class
operator and as such I take pleasure in
recommending him to all mv friends; and
former patrons.- ,xi. - i ;? .
Jttlv th. :1S9"2 ,,. '3R1 P, TtTCEB. ,1
:. The' lee Wagon.1 "
The ice wagon of Cates & Allison is on
the streets every morning from. t. to 8
o'clock. Anv orders for ice left with '
Will Vanbibber's express or at the store
of Chas. Lauer will be promptly at
tended to. - - . "Cates sc Allison.
Campbell Bros. Proprs
' (SuccEssqrs to W. S. Crani. ,
Manufacturers of the finest French and
o nsr jd i is is ,
Kast of Portland. , .
Tropical Fruits, Nets, Cigars and Tobacco,
Can furnish any of these goods at Whoiesato
In Krery Stylo. -
Ice Cream and Soda Water.
104 Second Street, The jDallesp!.:
W. E. GARRETSOH.
Leaoiog :, Jeweler
S)LE A6KNt TH'K"
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All Watch Work Warranted.
National Republican Ticket.
' fos president," -BENJAMIN
". ' ; of Indiana.
FOB VICB-PRKSIOKKT, -
of New York.
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS,
J. F. CAPLES, of Portland.
H. B. MILLER, of Grant's Pass.
G. M. IRWIN, of Union. :
D. M. DUNNE, of Portland.
Notice isTbereby-iriven that" the . law
narttiershiD heretofore existinir between
E. B. Dufur. Geome Watkina and Frank
Menefee, under the firm name and style
of Dufnr, Watkins & Mnefeo is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. George
Watkins retiring from the firm. All
persons knowing themselves indebted to
said firm will please call at once and pay
the same to Frank Menefee, tnd all per
sons having claims against said firm will
present-the same to hinv- for. payment.
Business will be continued at the old of
fice, under the firm name of Dufur &
Menefee. . - E. B. Dtjfcr.
;. George Watkins.
Dated this 25th dav of June, 1892.
Jewelry Made to Order'.
138 Second St.. The Dalles. Or.
Kotleeu Sale of City Lot. I . if '
Children Cry for- Pitcher's Castoria.
Wbea Baby was pick, we rare her Caatori.
When, she vaa a Child, she cried for Castoria,,
When she becajMUIsm, she clang to Castoria, .
VPhaashahsChJldreOjShsgaTe them Castoria
Instantaneous ;. Portraits. " Chapman
Block, The Dalles, Oregon.
' Sotice Is herebv given, that by nilthority e
Ordinance No; 'JoS, wliich Raised tlic Common
Council of Dalles City. June 5uth, i&yi. entitled
"An Ordinance entitled an-Ordinance to provide
for the sale of certain lot belonging to Dalles
City," I will on Tuesday the 16th day of August,
18ft, sell at pnblic auction to the highest bidder,
all of the fiiUowing described lots and perts of
lots situated in tiatcs Addition to Dalles City,
to-wit: .- r -. - ;- '" , -
Seventy feet off from the south side of Lot No.
1, Block is: Seventy feet oil from south side of
Lot No. '1, Block No. 18; the south one-haTT of
Lots Ka 3, 4, 5 and 6. in Block No. 18: Lots Nos.
9 A R 7 ft CI nnH lf. in Ttlrel? Kn lo ami
lots Nos. 7, 8, 11 and 12, in Block No. 14
The appraised value of said lots and for less
tban which they, will not be sold is fixed as
70 fct off the south end of Lot No. 1, in
Block No. 18;,...:..... .. StsiSuBsv-
70 leet on the soutir end oi Lot o. s, u
Block No. IS . ... 1S&M
The south one half of xt fo. S, in Block '
No. is -. . . ..- 100.00
The south one-half of Lot No. 4, in Block
. No. Uk- '... ... .-.-.... lO0.6
The sonth one-half of Lot No-.. 5, in. Block'.
?o. is .-. iw.un
The soirth one-half of Lot No. 6, in Block
'' So. IS -. 106.00
lts numbered '2. a. 4. 5. G. 7. R. 9 and 10. in
-. Blwk No. 19, and Lots numbered 7, s, , a.'
' "wll and Vi, in Block No. 14, each op.
. pratsedat. iuu o
' Each of Mild lots will be sold- upon the lot,
respectively, and none of them shall be sold for
a less sum than the value as above stated.
One-third of the price bid on any of said lota '
shall bo paid in cash at time of sale, one-third
on or before one year from date of sale, and one- ,
third on or before two years from date of sale,
with interest at the rate of ten per cent, per'
annum upon deferred payment", ; payable
annually. . . . . .
The sale will bi-sria wiUi the first lot herein
above mentioned at Ipu o'clock a. m. August IS,
1892, and continue with each lot in the order aa
herein named until all of said lots shall be sold.
Dated this 11th day of. July, 1892. -r'KANK
7.13-S-13w-d. Recorder of Dalles City.