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A. . FULL LINE - OF GENTS
Tie Dalles, Tortlani anii&toria
OVERS H I RTS,
FALL WRAPS.- .
From our lady patrons we have received
many words of commendation in regard
to our Fall Wraps ; and they all unite
, in saying that they are the handsomest
and most perfect fitting garments ever
exhibited in this city. We would take
great pleasure in showing them to those
who have as yet not seen them.
PEASE & MAYS.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
Entered a the Postoffice at The Dulles, Oregon,
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OCTOBER 1, 1S-.I2
Monday will bo5bilct:tion day.
Thermometer tcSlay 7i The Dalles
liny a new ham of the Columbia
Deputy shcrili Phirman is at Cascade
. Locks today on official business.
TJif re will -be" an' exodus of Dalles
-ity Attorneys tomorrow to Moro.
Mrs. Jessie Oakes, of Mitchell, is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. G. P. Morgan.
Miss Nellie Butler has accepted a
sshool at Wamic, and left for that place
The new Congregational church in
this city will be dedicated on the lGth
Mayor Mays is in the city today, and
will remain several days. lie will be in
attendance at the Press convention.
The NewGerniania opened today, and
"Messrs. Stubling & Williams sniile, the
guests "smile" also, proud of such
a neat cosey resort.
City Recorder Menefee has had a very
attractive card pSWted, descriptive of
the city lots to be ewi.at auction, com
mencing on the 11th.
Mr. John G.
banker, was. a
k, the Goldendale
enger out by stage
this morning, ret
ing from a trip to
the Golden" Gate.'
Justice Schutz court Toom has been
Masonically "raised," by the introduc
tion of a large liglTtwhich sheds its rays
after nightfall upoA afrvho come search
1 Five more boxis of elegant fruit from
! Tha.Dalles, r,sreceived at Portland ex-
' ' position this mpwting from the orchard
of Mr. Emil Schafroo. That's right
send it ahead
Mr. Malcolm Maclnnes, assistant sec-
retarv ut iuc uiii;uiiurai society, may
be found at the office of Wm. Butler &
T,NiCo., corner of Second and Jefferson
Streets', The Dalles.
Street commissioner Staniels will
have the steetsNof Dalles city looking as
neat as a new dm by' Monday night.
. . ff 1. -. " It 1 -
People who persistnlittering the streets
with paper, etc., make Jack nearly as
. mad, if not madder th&n the merchant
who does his advertisingbv keeping a
lot of old empt' boxes on thtssidewalks.
Among the freigbtby the Regulator
last night wass a fine lamp for Mr. N
Harris. It was incased in a box as tall
i as an ordinary ; drj goods counter, large
base and small tpp. reminding one of
the conundrum of grandmother's churn :
"Big at the bottfim, emal at the top
wiui a Btan in meimiaaie going nip-a-ta-
Lneiaaiesoi tne committees who are
going tcs ths Caacades on Tuesday to
meet the members of the Press Associa
tion, desire Thk Chronicle to say that
they will not be prepared to erve re
freshments to others than members of
the Press Association, and advise others
who go, to be prepared with lunch bas-,
Mrs. C. G. Roberts, of Hood River, is
at The Umatilla.
Our Bro. Ed. cAdelbaugh is up on a
flying visit todayTpmllood River.
Wo regret exceedingly to hear that
Mr. M. V. VTIarr.iebn, Hood River's
popular merclftet' has had his doors
closed by some carn creditor.
Judge Blakeloy, in 'the matter of the
estate of Mr. iSunshinc, deceased, met !
with others interested, in Justice Shutz
court to make an inquiry into the estate !
as provided by law. I
. The price for all advertising in Tim i
Chronicle is uniformly the same. We j
never make iish of one customer and
fowl of another. We give better service !
for the price than any other daily news- i
paper in the state of Oregon.
Col. Sidney Dell of the sea-port city,
passed throuifVon tlA noon passenger.
AVe regret mis$ingpno of 1) is courtly
greetings by fuilinio r meet the train.
He is evidentlv off rm hmSuess to Osden
A mi ml km- of gentlemen, members, will
soon iorm theyncorpi
ation of the First
f The Dalles, Or.
The work of bii
the new edifice
g the foundation for
un. Alter com-
pletion of the fouid
amm bv the church
society, the structure w
e put up by
We are informed that the action for
damages resulting from the Union Paci
fic railway accident at the cascades, Feb.
Id, 1890, brought by Claus Meyer, has
been settled the company paying com
plainant $7,000. The case was
started in the Wasco circuit court, and
was afterwards taken into the United
States court at Portland
A. J. Ahola, for some time past man
ager for the Farmers' Mercantile com
pany at Goldendale, has severed his
connection with that firm and accepted
a position with Mays & Crowe of The
Dalles. The Sentinel says : "Mr. Ahola
is one of the young men who all unaided
has proven himself capable of doing
business upon a paying basis. The
citizens of Goldendale will be sorry to
lose this sterling young man, but our
loss will be a decided gain for The
Dalles. D. Cram will take the man
agement of the Farmers' Mercantile
company vice A. J. Ahola. Mr. Cram
has had many years experience as a
salesman and was a member of the firm
of Cumming & Cram."
W. E. Garretson says it is astonishing
what a number of beautiful stones are"
brought to him annually to be sent
away to be dressed by a lapidary. Some
of these are garnets, opals and the most
lovely agates, picked up all along the
Columbia. The latest are four just re
turned to him from Denver for Messrs.
John Marden and S. L. Brooks, picked
up by them this summer at the Cascades
A young lady of The Dalles has a beauti
ful opal taken from the gizzard of a
grouse, and it is polished as nicely as if
it had been dressed by a virtuoso skilled
in the work of polishing gems. These
are facts worthy of mention , and go to
add to the knowledge of the existence
in our midst of many hidden mysteries
yet to be discovered for profitable de
velopment. Rooms to Let.
Two pleasant bed rooms in a neat
cottage on the hill, to let. Inquire at
this office. . lO.ldtf
DIM Dtclml, Ftesldent. '
Mexico, Oct. 1-A(5iaz has ,been for
mally declared president , four more
years, beginning ecember 1st.
Something to See.
. The citizens committees of the Press
association very much desire that the
editors next week shall see for them
selves some of the wonderful productions
of Wasco, and will be pleased to borrow
any choice samples of fruit, grain, veget
ables, grasses, elc, anything that people
may have to loan for the occasion.
Bring them to the circuit court room,
please, on Tuesday next, at noon. A
committee will be there to receive them
and take care of all contributions.
There will be the usual services at
St. Pauls Episcopal church tomorrow.
Celebration of the Holy Communion at
11 o'clock a. m. Rev. Arthur Rooney,
of Cove will officiate.
Congregational church services in the
Court house Sunday a. m. at 11 o'clock,
Sunday school at 12:15, and Young
Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor
at C p. m. All cordially invited.
Union services at the court house Sun
day evening at 7 Preaching by
Rev. W. C. iTurtis, pastor of the Con
gregational church. "A cordial invita
tion is extended to all not worshiping
Christian church services will be held
in the court house Sunday at 8 p. m.
Elder J. W. Jenkins will preach. A11
Rev Mr. Wistler will preach his first
sermon in The Dalles at the new M. E.
Inspecting: Coal FlelilA.
In the Buffalo Courier we find a Pitts
burg special, giving an account of the
travels of a party of experts in Pennsyl
vania, inspecting the coal fields at var
ious points. One of the members of the
party is Mr. E. L. Hedstrom, of the
leading coal firm of Buffalo, E. L. Hed
strom & Co., well known to many citi
zens of The Dalles. It will be remem
bered that he visited the coal fields .at
Fossil, in the spring of 1890. He is in
terested in fruit lands in The Dalles, be
ing of the firm of Taylor, Hedstrom &
Burnside. We trust he will soon de
velop coal lands in our immediate
vicinity sopn. The special above re
ferred to says: "Messrs. Seibert, Roberts
and Hedstrom while 'here were" the
guests of Messrs. Lawrence and Dean.
It was their first visit to the great Con
nellsville coke region and the mines
along the Pittsburg and Lake Erie, and
they were greatly impressed with the
magnitude of the coal fields, as well as
the extent of Pittsburg's industries.
Yesterday they visited the plant of the
Loyalhanna coal and coke company as
the guests of CM. Watt of Philadelphia,
its general manager, who is a brother of
D. M. Watt of the Pennsylvania's Mo
nongahela division. Today they will
visit the coal fields at Reynoldville in
the Allegheny Valley, on . their home
ward journey to Buffalo."
On 10 Mile cr
near this city, Sept.
30th, to the wifej:
D. Davis, a son.
irl IV an
, For general bonsework in the country
Apply at this office. . 9-S0dtf
A young man, thorough accountant,
familiar with office work, also an ex
perienced grocer, wants position in
store, or. office. Satisfactory references
iurnisnea. - Adaresst
Std "Duncan," this office
Freisnt ana Passenger Line
Through daily ' service (Sundays ex
cepted) between The Dalles and Port
land, leaving The Dalles at 6 a. m.,
arriving at Portland 5 p. ni.
One wav.'. $2.00
Round trip 3.00
Special rates for parties of six or over.
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced.
Frr.it, per 100 pounds. . . . .- 30
Melons and Green Vegetables 30
Through connection with steamers to
Astoria and Ilwnco without delay.
Shipments received at wharf any time,
day or night, and delivered at Portland
in" arrival. - Live stock shipments
solicited. Call on or address.
W. C. ALLAWAY,
Cnnyoxi City News.
' Thuksday, Sept. 30, the Xeivs says:
Henry Blackwell has driven plenty of
beef cattle from Grant county this sum
mer and is still at it. He reports cattle
in good condition at this season. Cjjsh
is becoiuing a little more plentiful since
Henry began scattering it around among
The rains of the past week effectually
laid the dust and quenched the tires
which have been burning so .furiously in
the hills for several weeks past. It is
hard to estimate the benefit that lias
accrued from them.
Xoble siwashes have invaded the
mountain precincts again. Parties who
boasted to "killum" if they showed up
here again' have not been seen lately.
Pat Mulcare has. already sown his
crop of fall grain. Should we have the
usual warm autumn, Pat may he com
pelled to do the harvest act again this
Sheepmen are figuring on driving
their bands hojie from summer range
on the mountain before a great .while,
as snow will soon be whitening the
landscape up there.
Herbert Hunter, Frank Sels and
others went hunting a few days ago and
brought in one bear and a number of
fine deer from the mountains. Sels
shot the bear.
Smith boys of Middle Fork shipped a
carload of fine Percheron horses to
South Dakota last week. The horses
were some of their own raising.
Let the good work of prospecting con
tinue. Our camp will prosper some day
perhaps in the dim distant future and
maybe at an earlier day.
The large potato that ornaments our
editorial desk grew cn Brad Herburger's
farm west of town without irrigation.
It weighs 2. pounds.
The Humboldt mine turned on the
water again a few days ago for a short
Green grass is springing up on the
hills since the rain.
Held for- Treason.
A dispatch from Homestead today
states that a sensation was created there
yesterday, when a number of members
of the advisory committee tf strikers,
Chairman' Crawford, members Baird,
R.yland,'Dierken and Brown , were ar
rested. They are charged with treason,
and the wrrants are based on the in
formation of Chief Justice Paxon. The
arrests were : very unexpected. The
prisoners were .taken to Pittsburg, and
landed in jail. The strikers are very
much excited. The informa
tion against the men charges
O'Dpnnell, McLucklie and thirty others,
all members of the advisory committee,
with ordaining, preparing and levying
war against the commonwealth of Pen'
sylvitnia, and defying and resisting the
constitution, laws and authorities. The
petitions on which Chief Justice Paxson
issued the warrants were made bv the
county officers. This is the first time in
the history of the state that any resi
dent has been charged with treason, and
the outcome of the cases will be watched
with interest.,, The penalty for treason
is twelve years imprisonment.
. Sixty well bred rams, ong half of them
thorough-bred Spanish Merine. Will
sell eheap as we are going oat of busi
ness. Inquire of Kerr & Buckley,
Grass Valley, Sherman county., Oregon.
109 SECOND STREET,
PAUL KB EFT & CO.,
. And the Most Complete and the
. fPPractical Painters and Paper HangeVs. None but the best brands of the
Sherwin-Williams and J. W. Masury's Paints used in all our work, and none but
the most skilled workmen employed.. Agents for Masury Ciquid Paints. No
chemical combination or soap mixture. A first class article in all colors. All
orders promptly attended to.
Store and Faint Shop comer Third and Washington Sts.. The Dalles, Oregon
Stoneman & Fiege, dealers in
Boots and Shoes. All goods
we' sell, we warrant.
114 jssincjoiNriD et'i'Xia-fcj'X"
We've heard of a woman who said
she'd walk five miles to get a bottle of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription if she
could't get it without. That woman had
tried it. And it's a medicine which
makes itself felt in toning up the system
and correcting irregularities as soon as
its use is begun. Go to your drug store,
pay a dollar, get a bottle and try it try
a second, a third if necessary'. ' Before
the third one's been taken yOu'll.know
that there's a remedy to help you.
Then you'll keep on and a cure '11 come.
But if you shouldn't feel the help, should
he disappointed in the results you'll
find guarantee printed on the bottle
wrapper that'll get your money back for
How many women are there who
would rather have the money than
health? And "Favorite Prescription"
produces health. Wonder is that there's
a woman willing ts suffer when there's
a guaranteed remedy in the nearest drug
Dr. Pierce's Pellets regulate the
stomach. Liver and Bowels. Mild and
On October 7th the V. P. R. Co. have
arranged for a cheap excursion to Port
land for train leaving The Dalles 3 a. in.
and 4 p. m. at the very low rate of $3.50
for the round trip,. -including admission
to the Exposition. Tickets will he good
returning up to and including October
9. For detailed information inquire at
ticket office. E. E. Lytle, Agent.
A Hare Kargaln.
Two Cottages for sale. Enquire of
9.28dtf y. WiiEAi.DOx
The Dalles, Portland and Astoria
Navigation Co. will sell round trip tick
ets from The Dalles at $3, including ad
mission to the exposition, lickets on
sale daily at the office or on board the
Regulator. ' W. C.Allaway,
For sale or trade at a bargain a hotel
of 28 rooms in Albina, doing a good busi
ness. No saloon connected. Near the
shops with good paying boarders. Reas
ons for selling other business.
Address. Hepnek a Menefee,
No. 521 Delay St., Albina, Ore.
To All Whom It May Concern:
By order of the Common Council of Dalles
Citv, made unl entered on the :!d day of Septem
Iht', lmrj. notice is hereby given that said t:ity
:ouneil is alont to proceed to order and make
the improvements of streets in said city
as hereinafter stated, and that the cost,
of such improvements, and each of tiiem
respectively, will be levied upon the
property adjacent thereto: und said im
provements, aud each of them, will be made,
unless within founeen days from the final pub
lication of this notice, the owners of two-thirds
of the property adjacent to some or ull of the
streets about to be improved shall rile their re
monstrance against such improvements, as by
charter provided :
The impmv ments contemplated ind about to
be made are as follows, to wit:
1. To improve Union street in said city, by
building a sidewalk ten feet wide on the east
side thereof, from First street to Second street.
To improve Second street in said city bv
building a sidewalk ten feet wide on the north
side thereof, from U nion street to Court street.
All of said sidewalks will be built, constructed
and erected in accordance with the provisions
of an ordinance to define aud establish the
width and manner of building sidewalk in
Dalles City, being Ordinance No. 108, which
passed the Common Council of ' Dal es Citv,
March 7th, 1S85, except as otherwise hereinbefore
Dated this 12th dav of September, 1892.
9.14dl4 Recorder of Dalle City.
S. L. YOUNG,
: : JEWELBB.;
Watches and Jevrelrv repaired to order on
short notice, and satisfaction guaranteed.
AT THS .
Store of I. C. Nlckelsen, 3d St. Tne Dalle
THE DALLES. OREGON-
Latest Patterns and Designs in
To Cascade Locks and Return Tuesday,
October 4, 1893.
In order to give the friends of the
committees and others an opportunity
of meeting the members of the Oregon
Press Association at Cascade Locks, ;
the D. P. & A. X. Co. will make a rate
of one dollar for the round trip. The
Dalles Brass- hand will be in attendance.
Tickets on sale at the office or of Purser
on board. The Regulator will leave at
7 o'clock a. m. on that day.
W. C. Allaway, G. A.
Site Portland Exposition.
The Union Pacific system will extend
to its patrons the usual reduced rates on
round trip tickets which will include ad--mission
to the exposition, selling on
Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays of each
week. "Detailed information can be had
by applying to E; E. Lytle, agent.
Don't forget the county fair.
Saved Ills Child's Life.
A. N. Dilferbough, York, Neb., says: .
"The other day I came home and found '
my little boy down with cholera morbus,
my wife scared, not knowing what to do.
I went straightway and got a 25 cent
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic; Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, and gave it ac
cording to directions. You never saw
such a change in a child. His limbsand
body were cold. 1 rubbed his limbs and
bodv with my hands, and after I had
given him the second dose he went to
sleep, and, as my wife says, "from . a
death-bed he was up playing in three
hours." It saved ine a doctor bill of
about three dollars, and What is better,
it saved my child. I can recommend it
with a clear conscience." . For sale by
Blakely & Houghton, druggists.
Instantaneous Portraits. Chapman
Block, The Dalles, Oregon.
Campbell Bros. Proprs
(Successors lo . s. Cram.)
Manufacturers of the finest French and
Home Made . -
O -UST ID . I IE3 S ,
East of Portland.
Tropical Fruits, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco.
Can furnish any of these goods at Wholesale
In Erery Btyle. :
, Ice Cream and Soda Water.
104 Second Street. The Dalles, Or.
DEW DROP INN.
L. C. SHERWOOD, Prop.
The very best Wines, Liquors and Cor
dials. Imported and Domes- -tic