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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1893)
TO Our Friends and Patrons.
E HAVE rather neglected our Advertising of late, not
because we had nothing to sell; but we naa notmng
especially new to offer, and preferred to wait until we could
say something of interest. We are, and have been lor some
time, busily engaged in. placing our orders for Spring and
Summer Goods and feel justified in announcing that we
shall have the FINEST ASSORTMENT and the BEST
GOODS in all our lines that has ever been seen in The
Dalles. We have secured some genuine novelties in the
Dry Goods Department, and the ladies will certainly con
suit their best; interests-by deferring iheir purchases until
after their, arrival, of which we shall give you due. notice.
Keep both eyes on this space and -we will certainly surprise
you, not only . with the goods, but the prices at which we
shall sell them. We mean business and propose to. have
your patronage, if LOW PRICES and , the BEST
GOODS will accomplish it. Yours Respectfully, .'
The opera house was well filled last
night to hear the Boston Operatic com
pany. The performance was up to the
high standard its advance notices herald.
The music rendered was of the most
choice character, the cornet and violin
solos were the finest ever heard in The
Dalies, while the solos of Miss Julia
Haman, on the bells and xylophone,
were indeed a treat; ' The baas solos of
Albert Hawthorne and clever sketch of
music and art depicited by Dolph and
Susie Levino, were the hit of the even
ing. Mr. Levino's rapid drawing of
noted men, accompanied by verses of
song by Susie Levino, drew forth thun
ders of applause.
Miss Irene Haman, leader 'of the
orchestra, is a most accomplished musi
cian, and has her violin under perfect
control. .Whether she is interpreting
Balfe, Rossini or the' homely melodies
her' technique is faultness and expres
sion most beautiful. . . . . , ,
PEASE & MAYS
' Antelope Herald. '
It is wonderful the amount of intelli
gence a sheep dog displays in perform
ing his duties. ' We had the pleasure the
other evening of watching one of them
put Allen Grant's sheep in Billy Kelsays
corral. The herder stood in' the lower"
part of town and by the various motions
of his hat the dog corraled the sheep
just as well as and even -better than a
man could. ' Sheepmen could not get
along without these dogs,' and some of
them are so intelligent and well trained
that iheir. masters wouldn't take $500
for theni. ' . , j. . r- - : : ! :
: '. PERSONAL MENTION. ' '.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
Entered a the PoetoBlce at The Dalles, Oregon,
as second-class matter.
Official forecast for twenty-four tours ending at
6 p. to. tomorrow.
Tuesday light rain, Wednesday fair
and warmer. Pague.
Orkqiy Sayings and Doings of Local and
When wife and husband anarrel
11 seems a inne queer i
- ... . That both -at them begin the row J
By saying, "Now, my dear.'"
. Numerous people" Jrop'theKlickitat
came across the river today.
Pacific coast. . The work done on these
steamers is evidence that he is master of
The Dalles City will leave Portland for
the cascades Thursday and the Regulator
will go down, touching at way points,
the same day and return.
Dr. Bingham, of Walla Walla, propri
etor of Binghams warm springs on the
Umatilla river, is in the city. The
doctor is here for the purpose of com
pleting negotiations with regard to bot
tling mineral , water at the soda water
works connected with the Golden Rule
hotel. He is now consulting with Mr.
Hammond. East Oregonian.
We suggest the city erect an arc light
in the vicinity of Ninth and Pentland or
Ninth and Garrison streets. Ladies liv
ing in that vicinity are obliged to walk
through, mud and slush after dark, there
being neither lights nor sidewalks. Taxes
are collected from' property owners oh
those streets, as well as downtown, but
liitfe has been dpne for ' the comfort of
Hon. E. N. Chandler returned from
Salem Saturday evening and was very
warmly greeted by -iris constituency.
Mr. Chandler has made for himself a
record as a legislator that is envied : by
a great' many of his honored associates.
Wasco county is. proud to know he was
fearless in the discharge of the ' dnfies
and confidence of those whomvhe repre-
BETTER THAN EVER.
Regulator Refitted - and Made
- Stronger. '
sented in the i legidrtrfttm,
llard - on Stoak.
NewjTls received .that th&coniro'dTST1
cold jWeAtperjpcN.Jjje past winter, has
created mfretfcfietrees among cattle 'and
The next medal Contest takes place on
the 8th inst! at the court bouse.
The ground is now more thoroughly
water-soaked than it has been for years;
The steam ferry boat is expected to
begin her regular trip the last of the
week.' . , ( v - i .,,.,.. i,..L
Home of the sidewalks in the city have
not had the snow cleaned off. Why is
' little was done this morning atcircuit
court. Allison's .trial was postponed un
til, next term of court and bis ; bonds
fixed at $800.
...The East End is very quiet today.
Messrs. Saltmarsh & Co. will receive
(or shipment this evening a lot a fat
The Ladies Glee Clnb will meet with
. Mrs. C. J. Crandall this evening, and I sheep avUmatiUa-. Even yr
all members are requested to make a were being fed Were unable,
special effort to be present. the severity of the weafbejai
The steamer Regulator will, in all
probability, commence her regular trips
the first of next week. If the ice was out
of the river, she would steam oat the
last of this week. '. '.J
The D. P. and A. N. Co. began driv
ing piles yeBterday, in the extension of
tneir wharf. , When the. worn: is com
pleted the improvement will make it
very commodious and convenient.
The onion has a virtue "lowliiclitnou-
sands of people. will swear. .This is . its
ability to ward off attacks, of malaria in
any form, and to cure cases' as rapidly
as the strongest doses of quinine.
We were called on last evening by a
gentleman who was anxious to learn
something of a W. BJ Lewis who died at
or near The Dalles about twenty-eight
or thirty years , ago. Wlio knows any
thing about jhimT .'''..
. The ice gorge that has stayed at this
, place so long, moved down the river
about a mile yesterday morning and
became blocked at the Point, where it is
now, seemingly, as .solid as in midwin
ter. Hoped are entertained that it will
go out in a dayjor so. j. . i . ' ; ' ;
i. We acknowledged a pleasant call from
Mr. Geo. Herbert of Galesburg, Illinois,
who is visiting his aunt, Mrs. ' John
' Cates of this city. '.' Mr.' Herbert thinks
" ' the Pacific coast Is the'place for a young
man of steady habits, as there are more
. opportunities for .making a good 4finanr
icial beginning iu the world. than any
where east, J...... . i-. ,
Ever since the Regulator has been in
dry. dock, about two months ago, work
has been going on uninterruptedly in
fixing her up. The company's inten
tion was to make a boat second to none
on the river for its size, and its recent
overhauling has made it stronger, pret
tier and more durable in every way.
The boat has been levelled up, the
kelsons refastened and - three new ones
put in 4)x20 inches fore and aft, made
fast by bolting through to bottom of
hull ; recorked throughout and bottom
cemented ; -new hog post in center fifty
feet long, the former, a smaller one
being put forward; hog chains fore
and aft ; new side posts and new saddles
throughout;- new ironi work has been
put in to replace the old, which was
condemned by the boat builder; the
wheel has been "enlarged to eighteen
feet in diameter, with deeper and .larger
buckets ; new chains on forward deck
and .-surplus stanchions removed, afford
ing more freight room two new lockers
have been put in amidships; companion
ways changed by making them nar
rower; ' salt: stoppers' put in on both
sides, requiring about four tons of salt
to fill them. .Fifteen hundred pounds of
wrought Iron have been used, .in making
'cores. 8ome of tgeTafgeat stolyk ranch
ers will come.out ii theVpring frithless
than fifty per cent of the cattle lliav liad
at ilm baginriing bf the jftpter The
loss of sheep will be conmdM?fie,' du
horses are doing well. Thejather hs
Capt. Sherman came very-tfear hav
ing a broken leg through an accident
yesterday. The Regulator was being
placed in; position ' with ropes, And, the
crew were at the capstan fixing them
taut," when the book attached to 'the
pawl straightened out under the fires
eure, and flying back struck the captain
below the knee. - Luckily no bones were
broken, and the injury was confined to
a severe bruise.
Karl's , Clover Root, the new blood
purifier, gives freshness and clearness to
the complexion and cures ' constipation
25c, 50c. and $1.00. Sold by Snipes &
Kinersly, druggists. 'j
sotici. . :
Any one caught fishing or with trout
in their possession before the first day of
April will be prosecuted to the fullest
extent of the law, and. those parties who
have been, catching fish in Mill creek
had better take heed, and govern them-,
selves accordingly. By order of '.' "
'IV. TnRopip Gto Ctvii
. ' Joseph V. Dory, of .Warsaw, III., "was.
tivuum wiw ruDuauugm ana tried
' t..l .f - .
nuaiuw w uiuurtmt remedies, Dut says
none of them: seemed to do him knv
. . i . 3 , . . . , 1 . ' i. - . . . ' . - -LI '
m.t. jona, Anurasen, presiaent pi ftneigooq; out nnajiy ne got Hold ot one
Willamette Ship Building company of 1 that speedily cured him'.: He was much
Portland, who has had charge of over- pleased with li; and telt sure that others
nauung me --western yueen ana tee similarly amictea would n&e to know,
Steamer "Regulator" returned , home J what the remedy was that cured hiia,
his morning. Mr'. Ahdrasen h'as1 re-1 He' states lor the" benefit of the public
aided in Portland for the past thirteen
years, and has been engaged in ship
building ever Binee he came to the
that it is called Chamberlain's Pain
uaim. tor aie by lilakeley & Hough
Tbe C. t. 8. C.
L. S. C. held its
last evening at
S.. L. Brooks
to Greek ar-
Tbe Concert Company.
ie Winqaatt U,
usual weekly meeting
the residence of . Mrs,
The evening was devoted
chitecture, conducted by Mrs
number of, interesting quotations on
chitectural subjects were read by the
embers. At. the . close of the lesson
Misses IVa Brooks and Alma Schmidt
rendered a beautiful 'piano dutt,' that
was much more to the taste of the circle
than tbe details pf the construction of
Greek temples. Those present were
Mesdames" Blakeley, Brooks, ' Crandall
and Grey, Misses Frazier, Schmidt and
Brooks, Messrs. ; Collins, 'Riddell and
Crandall. - - i
On 8-Mile, Feb. 17th. 1893, to the wife
of Frank Marsh, a daughter;
MARRIED. -".'' v
At the residence of the bride's parents
on Pleasant Ridge, February 19th, 1893,
Miss Daisy , B.; Pugh 'to Frank C.
Wagonblast, Justice C. D. Doyle, . from
8-Mile precinct officiating. -
James Smith went to Antelope to
day for a few days. . .; . . .
Mr. Reynolds, a cattle buyer from the
iUicKitat, is town.
J. J. Stewart, of the Portland Cracker
Co, is in The Dalles on a business trip.
Mr. RInebart, of Union county, is in
the city' visiting his son, JJr Kinehart.
Wm. Stewart, formerly of this city,
spent the forenoon in town; leaving for
Lewiston on tbe noon train. - . , .
Mrs. W. 8chrseder left on this after
noon passenger for Tacoma, where she
will make her mture Home.
Messrs. Boroland and Bennett of Boyd ,
are in tne city today, xney report tne
roads tn a soft condition ana really Dad
in some places. ; - v '
Mr. J. B. Meyer, of the sheep firm of
Meyer and Brown of Crook county, ar
rived this morning from an - extended
visit at his old home in Erie countv. Pa.
Mr. Meyer says he is heartily glad to get
back to his adopted noma in ' Oregon
The old states are too old for his ideas,
and thinks there is. no place equal to
Oregon for a man who has the push to
get on a good solid footing.
Columbia -Hotel. E B Knox. Prine-
ville; W P West, Arlington; B War
ren, Hood River ; C Berger, Hood River ;
Mrs Kiley, Uoldendale; J' J Worley,
Portland; Mrs J Ferguson, J G Hudson,
J W Bridgefarmer. Portland; F R
Reynolds, Foldo, Wash.; t H Hump-
hary, Oakland Cal; E F Hunter, Pend
leton; H N Mills, Pendleton; P W
Umatilla House W H Biggs, Wasco ;
W: E Gray.: W M Barnett, J, N
GorrelKsD.C Moore, Wasco; Amos
Root, Mosier ; K P Butler, J W Moore,
Mvron Bottler, Nansene: J M McCokle,
TvkIi Valley; J,E Stewart. A. Clecg.
Portland r W M Ktewart, tl iSacb, W u
Dawson, J . W . Covey, Dufur ; J H
Nickel!, Umatilla; W J Davidson. 8
Mile; W R Norwey, Walla Walla; J. B
Meyer, Crook Co.
Dr. TaJiaage'a Athletlo Son.
Mr. Edward T. H. Talmage, the
ond eon of Dr. John F. Talmage, was
born twenty-four years ago in the house
in which he now lives, at the corner of
Joralemon and Clinton streets. . He was
educated at the Polytechnic institute,
afterward completing his studies under,
private tutorship with Professor Caskie
Harrison at the latter's sohool on Mon
tague street. At the age of nineteen
Mr. Talmage entered the offices of the
Delaware, Lackawanna' and Western
railroad, where he remained for some
time. His health becoming somewhat
impaired, Mr. Talmage spent a year in
California, which he devoted to the out
door life of a sportsman, gaining much
benefit thereby. Two years ago, short
ly after his return from the west, he was
made a member of the New York Stock
exchange, being at the time of his ad
mission next to the youngest member on
the floor. .
Mr. . Talmage is a member of the
Crescent club, and is one of the financial
committee recently engaged in negotiat
ing the funds to carry through the
building of the Bay. Ridge house and
making , other improvements contem
plated in connection therewith. He is a
member of the Hamilton club, and his
name ' has recently been . added to the
membership . list of . the .. Riding and
Driving clnb..- Mr. Talmage is an en
thusiastic lover of equestrian pastime.
and is a sportsman of considerable skill.
He is active in the social interests of the
Heights, and is a member of - the Brook
lyn Heights assembly. Brooklyn, Life. .
Sir Waiter Scott's Literary Biunilara-
It seems inevitable that Sir Walter
Scott should sometimes err.',:. When an
author is throwing off brilliant romances
at fever heat, m electric sympathy with
s teeming brain and. a tingling pulse, he
cannot be expected to be overcarefxd.
No one. knew better than ho a famous
horseman himself the limits of endur
ance in . a horse. He makes Wilfred pi
Ivanhoe advise his enemy, the Templar,
to take a fresh steed for .the fierce tilt
he-was to run with him. Wilfred him
self had no chargers of .remount; he had
bat one steed, the gift of -Isaac of York,
and was compelled to run five successive
courses in rapid succession on the unfor
tunate, animal. J.Horse and man were
both, sheathed . in armor. The day wac
hot; and snltry.. No steed that ever was
foaled could have stood the ordeal. . But
this maybe hypercriticism. '- Is it hyper
criticism also to point, ont that in the
same novel a full century is dropped in
such sort that one of Richard I's knights
holds converse with a contemporary of
the Conqueror, who was Richard's great-great-grandfather?
. Or that the "Fair
Maid of Perth" goes to mass in the after
noon, whereas mass cannot be celebrated
save in the earlier part -of . the day? Bel-
ford a lieview. . .-. ,,. :. t
A m Kstrav Kir Mmre.
Came to my place last fall a bay mare
abont five years old, with small white
spot on rilit eiJn, also white tpot on
left hip, star in the forehead, with some
dim brand on left HbonMer, weight about
eight hundred pounds. Owner can have
the same by proving property and pay
ing costs.. V. J. Kei.i.y, 15-Mile creek.'
WANTED. 1 '
Pushing canvasser of good address.
Liberal salary and expenses paid weekly ;
Permanent poBition. Brown Bros. Co.,
Nurserymen, Portland, Orogon.
Fresh Eastern and Olympia oysters
cooked in any style at Ilaight's restau
rant, day or night-. ,
Dr. Gattling, of gun fame, has now in
vented a weapon that will fire 2,000 bul
lets a minute and never acquire a hot
box. ' It is designated as a discourager
of mobs, and a. mob failing to be die- '
cou raged by it would have to be very
much in earnest.
:.' " , For Rent.
. The only 3-story, fire-proof brick
building in the city. For further par- .
ticulars inquire of Tom Kelly, at The
Umatilla house. .
i 111. "
t evj t t 1 r rs ta sr 1
fHirmt Concrhft. BoarwDPsstiore Throat,
Croup promptlv; relieves Whooplog Congh
and Astltnm. . 'Fvr Consmnption It fans no
rival; hasauredUiotuandawhere&U others
. failed; will CURB YOU if taken in time. Bold
by Drug-gists on a o-unrsntee. For Lame Back
or Chest, use SHILOH'S 1LASIKK. 5 cto.
ivou (batarrh ? This rcmedr to miaran-
teed to cure you.,. Price 60 eta. Injector free.
Te Goiumfiia pacKiiiQ go.,
Pork and Beef;
By the subjection of ordinary air to a
pressure of seventy-five atmospheres, or
1,125 pounds, with a condenser kept at
minus 130 degs. . centngrade. air nas
been reduced to a liquid form, and the
liquid, when allowed - to evaporate, pro
duces, it is said, a temperature of minus
200 degs. j centrigrade. This is within
73,', degs. of absolute , xero.-rNew : Y ork
Times. ' n -v :.. ".'
i -,-.-.-.'it? stallion for Bala Cheap.
A fine thoroughbred. 8 year old stal
lion for sale cheap.- For further particu
lars apply at this omce.' .
The opportunity to get the encyclope
dia win soon ciose.
Fine Lard and Sausages.
Dried Beef, Etc.
The Dalles. Or.
: DKaLER? TN :
Th . Great ; SncyelopsBdla Brltannloa,
. ... f
'A library in itseif," a trite phrase,
often misapplied, means something,
when applied to this magnificent work.
It is the prodnct of nearly .4,200 of the
world's , most eminent scholars, in every
department 6f learning. ;Tbere is hardly
anything' in any department of knowl
edge that is. "worth knowing", that will
not be found here elaborately and clearly
set forth and all fairly within reach of
every school-boy all for a payment' of
only 5 cents a day, for 420 days, or for
$20 cash down. See advertisment else?
where, also a sample ' volume' at this
office, and,: join',' us, if 'you please, in
ordering the work. ' ,' ": ; '.:
On 8-Mile last Friday, the infant
of Mr. and-Mrs. John Ferguson,
Shiloh'e Vitalizer is what you need for
dyspepsia, torpid liver, yellow akin or
kidney trouble. It is guaranteed to
give you, satisfaction. . Price. 74c, . Bold
by Snipes & Kinersly, druggists. '
. Strength aid Health.
;If -yoa- are, not .feeling strong and
healthy, try .Electric , Bitters. If "la
grippe" has left yon' weak and 'weary
use Electric Bitters. This remedy acta
directly on liver, Stomach "and kidneys,
gently aiding those" organs to perform
their functions. If -yea are afflicted" with
sick headache, yoW will find speedy and
permanent relief ' by ' taking Electric
Bitters.,, One trial wilL convince Vou
tuat tnia is the remedy yoa need; Large
bottles only 60c. at Snipes os Kine
drug storeV :""-? 4 il!'-r -K-
Fiva-ceht a day. will get you the en
cyclopedia. We see the. Oregonian
go them 60 per cent, better.
r.i-.i is..: -, .; .if.
Hay, Grain dnd FtedJ
Masonic Block. Corner Third and Court Streets. The Dalies.Oregon.
The Only House in Town
-Making a Specialty ot
Gents'Furn is hi ngGoods,
Hats and Caps.
t market rates at Jos. T. I . . i '...,-'".. .-
Peters & Co, (Ofiice Second and Jeflfer- llHICH gives us an opportunity to devoteour entire time
son streets.) 4. .l:. ; i- ,l jrn Ur,-., o ft, mmy.onfg -
MJ kills JlalUCUlill XIXIO. i c uayo - ' '
, 'v-: in Fancv Underwear, Overshirta and-. -;
;; f n r Gloves which we are clos-- L ' v
out; cheap. .. , .
. WOOD. WOOD, WOOD.
Best grades of oak, fir, and slab cord
Important to Taxpayer.
Taxpayers will please take notice that
the city council have , by . express order
iustructed the undersigned to proceed
and collect all. delinquent taxes by levy
and sale, and only immediate attention
will avoid the nayment of expenses of
levy and advertising. , Da Malohky,
'a w Citv Marshal.
:! "X I-.-.-! : "" ii--irt
Free to everybody. -For the next 15
days, Herrin will, give,, away one en
larged picture with every-dozeu cabinet
photos."1 Call "and- see sample. Gallery
over, the postoffice. " ' fcV:f--.V-t':
109 8E(X)NP STREET,
THE DALLES. OREGON.
i'lf Mr. 'Cleveland's cabinet Is not al
ready fully made it is not the fault of
Mr.- Cleveland's numerous -advisers.
"I'rtl'Buoklon'. Arafcft 6ulVe.i
' The best eal vein thei world lor cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcere, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter; chapped hands, chilblains,
corns', and all -skin eruptions, and posi
tlvelyf cures piles"; or :no pay :Teijnired.
It is enarariteed. to plve nerfect satlsfae-l
Hnn nr mniuni nfnni!iij. .Tri 2fi mnta 1
an per box. For-sale-t7 8nipe & Kin-
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HE TROY Steam Laundry
VVVi aramch QflSce for laun
dry"Trw;itn .Thos. McCoy
- - at -btoferyfeho No; X10
dry -"biiridles tfill "be received
tilt Tuesday ;noonjof ' each.
. ;Veefcteafld' returned on- Sat-
Tifday k)f :tiie same! "W-eek at
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