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Saturday, junk lO, 1893.
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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
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Official forecast for twenty-four hours ending at
6 p. m. tomorrow
Saturday occasional showers, cooler;
Sunday clearing and stationary temper
Maximum temperature, 74.
Minimum temperature, 59.
River. 36.7 feet above zero, yes
JUNE 0, 1893
The Daily and Weekly Chronicle may
b4 found on sale at I. C. Nickelsen's store.
Pith and Point Paragraphed by Our
What does the big Infanta think
Of Washington, forsooth?
And of that little White House pink
The small infant-a Ruth.
The Union Pacific has met the freight
A pair of glasses found with tortoise
shell rim. Inquire at this office.
There are several cases of diphtheria
reported in the old garrison, and one
Alight shower visited this section this
morning, which was barely enough to
ig dust. .
Strawberries are coming into market
freely and large quantities are being
east and west every day.
afternoon's wind is from the
southwest, and is the heaviest wind
si nee the memorable 9th of January,
Wood River is shipping over 300 crates
of strawberries daily to eastern markets.
Next week their export will average 500
crates per day.
The resignation of C. J. Mnlkey, of
Oregon, a brother-in-law of Senator
Dolph, special agent of the treasury,
-called for yesterday.
The city democrats will select a ticket
tonight. It is not probable that the re
publicans will follow suit, but a citizens
ticket will be named a few days before
rlroad is being agitated at Goose
berry, to carry 365,000 bushels of wheat
out of that section. Right of way and
more is promised, in return for a narrow
guage to Arlington to co-operate with
the transportation company at The
U. H. Brown, formerly of The Dalles
died suddenly of heart disease in Al
bina yesterday morning. His remains
were taken in charge by the G. A. R. of
Portland, and will be buried in their
Fruit growers have a new grudge
against the robins. Not content with
raiding berry patches and cherry trees,
the birds have just learned the trick of
catching the lady bugs, which are doing
much good work in ridding the apple
tree of aphis.
Chas, Lewis broke his sheep-shearing
record again. Last Monday he sheared
for O'Brien 107 sheep in seven and one-
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PEASE & MAYS.
half hours, besides helping corral all
the sheep. The day was not very favor
able for sheep shearing either, being
Miss Aimee Newman gave a musical
rehearsal this afternoon at 3 o'clock, by
her pupils. As was anticipated, it
proved to be a very pleasurable event.
There will be no world's fair excursion
trains from the west before August 1.
Whether or not there will be any after
that time depends on circumstances.
This applies only to the lines in the
Western Passenger Association.
Messenger Kurtz, of passenger No. 2,
took on last night 400 crates of straw
berries at Hood River and 350 at Pen
dleton, from Walla Walla, for Montana
points. Just think of the strawberries
and cream they'll have in Montana.
W. C. Dawson was thrown from his
wagon by a collision Thursday. His
team was standing in the road, while
Dawson was talking to another team
ster, and a man named Moreton, who
was driving a hack, struck Dawson's
team with the above result. Dawson
fell on a rock, bruising him and breaking
a rib. Dr. Doane is attending to his in
juries. A telegram from Ellensburgh relates
that the bank of Ben Snipes at that
place has suspended, although no alarm
is manifested. To a reporter Mr. Kin
ersly, of The Dalles, stated that the sit
uation, only reversed, was similar to
the man who starved to death on the
prairie with a pocketful of $20 gold
pieces. The money stood for a good
deal of food, but he couldn't eat the
gold. Mr. Snipes has property repre
senting a good deal of money, but it is
not a medium of exchange.
Want More Room.
The Wasco Warehouse Co. are putting
in a gallery almost the entire lengtb of
their warehouse for the purpose of stor
age of the wool clip that is coming in.
The ground floor and awnings now are
full and the additional amount coming,
compels more room. When thisgallery
is completed it will afford a storage
floor of 500 by 50 feet besides awning
floor. The warehouse will then have a
storage floor of 300x132 feet.
A Sample of Wheat.
P. W. Knowles yesterday brought in
a sample of fall-sown wheat, of the blue
stem variety, which was raised on A. C.
Sanford's place near Wamic. This
measures four feet in height, with heads
forming upon it on an average of five
inches in length. It is not selected from
a place better than the rest, but there
is fifty acres of it just as good as the
sample shown. It is expected the yield
will average 35 bushels to the acre.
Wm. Shackelford and wife to George
Anderson, lots A, B, C, D, E and F
block 102, Ft. Dalles Military Reserve
Dalles City ; $75.
Dalles Land and Improvement Co., to
Lucy T. Taylor, lot 14, block 5, Thomp
son's addition ; $175.
The following licenses are on file at
the court house :
Christian D. Nickelsen and Gertrude
Geo. Sherrill and Mary E. Obrist.
Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for
sAppepsia, torpid liver, yellow skin or
kidney trouble. It is guaranteed to
give you satisfaction. Pri'-e hu. bold
by Snipes & Kincrsly, druggists.
on the $.
Mr. Truman Butler is in the city.
Mr. Ed. Roberts returned to Portland
Michael Deitshtenmiller of Mosier is
in town today.
Hon. A. J. Dufur sr., of Dufur came
in town today.
Misses Moody and L. Hirsch of Salem
are guests of Mrs. W. H. Moody.
Miss Evelyn Newman went to Port
land on the "evening passenger yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson, parents
ot Balfe Johnson, arrived today from
Oregon City on a visit to friends and
Mr. Win. Millican of Goldendale is in
the city- He expects to move his family
to Seattle later and make that city his
Mrs. W. G. Woodworth arrived today
and will assist in the musical part of'
the ceremonies of the dedication of the
Baptist church tomorrow.
Mr. S. G. Blackerbv of Wapinitia ar
rived in the city last evening. He con
firms all that is said about the fine and
promising condition of the crops.
Sam ' Creiehton of 3-Mile made the
Chronicle a call this morning. Speak
ing of the fruit prospects, he said that
while the cherries had dropped off to
some extent, the setting of pears and
apples is unexampled for good results.
Columbia A V Randall, Seattle; C
Reed, Oregon City ; CM Donovan, C F
Kasper, John Ma'der, Portland ; B Kie
ley, Arlington; H Hanson, Dufur; N
Sierer, T J Brisendine, John Robinson,
Mosier; J Powell A Powell, Prineville;
John Wilson, Cascade Locks; B Haas,
W K young, Albanv; v b Brown,
Wrpinitia; W G Odell..
Skibbe R W Pate, wife and two
children, D Omen, Klickitat ; Mrs H M
Baxter, Kingsley; J Smith, Portland ;
A V Fealey, John J Brookhouse, jr, Miss
Margaret Brookhouse; C L Allison,
Trout Lake; J Mack, Salem; P W
Smith, 8-Mile; Richard Brookhouse
and wife, 10-Mile.
Hood River News.
Mrs. Rose Nealeigh, daughter of M.
H. Nickelsen, is very sick.
Mrs. O. B. Hartly was a passenger on
the noon train for The Dalles Wednes
W. H. Pugh left for his home in
Sherman county Thursday, going over
land. Two hundred and seventy-five crates
of strawberries was the shipment from
this place Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Stewart started
for Trout Lake, Wash., Thursday morn
ing for a week's outing.
Miss Maud Shepard of Tacoma came
up on the noon train Wednesday to visit
her aunt Mrs. H. L. Crap per.
S. W. Curran returned from Sherman
county last Saturday with 50 head of
young cattle for his Viento ranch.
Mr. Chriss Nickelsen and Miss Ger
trude Rigsby, daughter of Rev. Rigsby,
will be married at the Belmont, M. E.
Church on next Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bartmess left for
Lafayette, Indiana, thoir old home, on
last Wednesday night, being called by
the sickness of Mr. Bartmess' mother.
The Portland and Spokane Telephone
company are setting their poles along
the state road. We understand they
will string the wire in about a month.
They will have 40 poles to the mile.
All neighbors of Mt. Hood camp, No.
59, Woodmen of the World, are requested
to meet at their hall tomorrow at 1
o'clock, preparatory to unveiling the
monument of our late neighbor, Wm.
Michell. By order of
Thos. Joles, Clerk.
GAVE UP ITS DEAD.
The Body of an Indian Woman Found
In the Columbia.
This morning while Frederick Wal
ther, an old man, was gathering drift
wood on the river in a small boat, he
noticed a body floating by, which he
secured and towed to shore near the
foot of Federal street. Notifying the
coroner, Mr. Eastwood at once empan
lled a jury, when, alter listening to all
the evidence available, it was decided to
bury her. The verdict will be rendered
later in the day.
The body was nude, with the 'excep
tion of some leggings which the Indians
wear, the clothes having been torn off.
Indian Wesley pronounced her to be the
wife of Jo Jo, and one of the lour
drowned at Arlington about two weeks
ago. Jo Jo is now in the penitentiary
at Salem. Of the four drowned, an old
man and boy, and an old and young
woman, all have now been found but
the old man, the young woman and boy
having been found at Grants day be
fore yesterday. The fatality was caused
by the canoe careening and filling with
water, while crossing the river at Ar
lington during a high wind, all four
having been precipitated into the water
The body of the woman found here
was buried in the city cemetery this
A Fine Entertainment.
As predicted by the Chronicle, the
concert last night in Wingate's hall was
the musical event of the season. The
excellence of the orchestra, under the
unassuming title of "The Dalles String
Band," proved a revelation, even to
those who were best informed upon
what to expect. The poetry of music
cannot be described upon paper. It has
often been tried, but always in vain, for
the reason that the comparisons made
are always inferior to that to which it
is compared. The beginning overture,
"Beatrice," with its beautiful harmo
nies, revealed to the audience what was
to be expected, and the promise did not
fail throughout. Mr. Benton's cornet
solo was a very difficult selection in
triple tonguing, every note of which,
even to the 32ds, was brought out clear,
sharp and musical. The clarionet solo,
a piece similar in character, and quite
as pretty, was faithfully rendered by
Mr. Long. The violin solo by Mr. Birg-
feld was, of course, the best selection.
The violin is king of instruments, and
Mr. Birgfeld is a master. He plays
with superb expression, and can ex
tract from it every sound within range
of the gamut. Now tenderly sweet,
seductive and mellow, again bold, dash
ing and brilliant, Mr. Birgfeld awakes
lrom his instrument sounds that will
soothe or electrify, and commands an
attention that permits of no distraction.
A large house greeted the first con
cert of this excellent orchestra, and they
were repaid by hearing the finest exhi
bition of home talent ever given in the
The encores were Messrs Benton,
Long and Birgfeld.
First Congregational church, corner
Court and Fifth streets, Rev. W. C.
Curtis, pastor. There will be no ser
vices tomorrow morning. Sunday
school as usual at 12:15. Young Peo
ple's Society of Christian Endeavor at
6:30 p.m.; topic, "Our Young Lives
for Christ," Eccles. xii,l ; II Tim. iii,15 ;
I Tim. iv,12. There will be a Sunday
school concert at 8 p. m., a children's
day service. All are cordially invited.
The dedication services of the new
Baptist church takes place Sunday
morning. Rev. G. R. Burnside of Buf
falo, will preach. Mrs. Woodworth will
be present and sing at hoth morning
and evening services. The evening ser
vices will be by Rev. J. C. Baker and
will be followed by the ordinance of
baptism. All are cordially invited to
Methodist Episcopal church, corner
Washington and Fifth streets, Rev. J.
Whisler, pastor. Owing to the dedi
cation of the Baptist church there w:ll
be no services at the M. E. church at
II o'clock a. m. "Woodmen's Memor
ial;" services at 8 p. m., sertnon by
Rev. J. Whisler; Sunday school at 12 :30
o'clock ; funeral services of Comrade
Joseph Booth at 2 o'clock p. m. ; Ep-
worth League devotional service at 7
o'clock p. m.; class meeting Sunday at
10 o'clock a. m., and Tuesday at 8 o'clock
p. m. ; prayer meeting Thursday at 8
o'clock p. m. . A cordial invitation to
Some Fine Work.
The Chronicle has just finished a job
of county printing which is a credit to
the Oregon-' art preservative. The en
graving and printing was all done in
The Dalles. The engraving is a copper
plate from a photograph, buth by our
weR-known photographer D. C. Herrin,
and is a beautiful representation of the
court house and grounds. The Chkoni
cle is able to turn out as fine work as
can be done in Portland, and in fact
much better than the work ordinarily
turned out at our metropolis.
Cut Flowers for bale.
I have all styles of wires, including
Odd Fellows, K. of P., and Masonic de
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THE. DALLES. OREGON.