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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1893)
A HOT WAVE.
Saturday, June 24, 1893.
io5 in the shade.
Cool Prices. (5ts,
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
Entered a the Postofflce at The Dalles, Oregon,
as second-class matter.
10 Cents per line for first insertion, and 5 Cents
per line for each subsequent insertion.
Special rates for lonp time notices.
All local notices received later than 3 o'clock
will appear the following day.
Official forecast for twenty-four hours ending at
6 p. m. tomorrow.
Srturday and Sunday, fair and
Maximum temperature, 80.
Minimum temperature, 47.
River, 33.0 feet above zero.
JUNE 24, 1893
The Daily and Weekly Chronicle may
he found on sale at I. C. Nickelsen's store.
Pith and Point Paragraphed
When from a visit she's going away,
A woman has always the most to say :
More than during the whole of her stay.
8he's like a gun that our peace destroys
It's when going off that she makes most noise.
The newly-elected city officers assume
their duties the 3d of next month.
Rumor has it that a couple of notable
weddings will occur within the next few
A Pendleton young man is working
on a bicycle seat so arranged that the
weight of the rider will propel the ma
chine. The section hands have been recalled
along the line of the Union Pacific at a
reported reduction of 15 cents per day,
their daily wages now being $1.60.
Brig.-Gen. H. B. Jackson, accom
panied by Lieut.-Col. Thompson and
Maj. Booth, inspected D company,
Third Regiment, at Hood River last
A license was filed today at the clerk's
office for the marriage of Mr. Wm. H.
Groat and Miss Grace Crandall. Both
parties are well and favorably known
throughout the city and vicinity.
The car to be used for the conductors'
excursion tomorrow is in the yards. It
should be filled, as an excellent chance is
afforded to visit the scene of the Reed
geyser, or rather the mammoth slide,
which is a yearly source of trouble.
It is reported to be the intention of
Receiver Hadley, of the Oregon Pacific,
io commence the work at once of extend
ing the road from its present terminus
this side of the summit over the Cas
cade mountains and to the Des Chutes
river, says the Salem Statesman.
The people of 10-Mile creek will cele
brate the coming Fourth of July on Mrs.
A. Brookhouse's place. All are invited
to come and partake of a basket dinner
and to join the amusements of the day.
A dance will be given in the evening on
the grounds, free to all who wish to join.
Harry Esping and George McCulloch
went over to Goldendale Thursday
morning on their "bicycles, making the
trip in five hours. Returning Friday
the time was six hours, the longer time
being due to a heavy wind which they
faced during the whole journey home
ward. Thursday's wind was the heavi
est that has been experienced in a long
time, the stage driver losing his blank
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..Vl ALL GOODS MARKED
J in plain Figures.
PEASE & MAYS.
ets, which he was unable to find, and
they were picked up by the next driver
on the route.
Prineville will have a bicycle race on
Prineville was favored with quite a
heavy frost Sunday evening.
The people of Prineville are now irri
gating their yards and gardens. They
will set out a good many choice trees
and shrubs this fall.
Last Monday a surveying party left
Prineville and went up on Tomolow
creek, from which they will survey a
large irrigating ditch out on to the
desert. It is thought that the ditch will
cross the O. P. R. R. survey four miles
west of where it crosses the Deschutes.
The ditch is to be ten feet wide at the
bottom, and if a success, will reclaim
thousands of acres of fine land.
Following is the report of Liberty
school, Dist. No. 20, in response to the
Chronicle's request for reports from
county schools :
Number of scholars enrolled, 20.
First month daily average, 14.
Second month daily average, 19.
Third month daily average, 17..
Regular attendance, Ina Woolery and
Hattie Oilab, Teacher.
T. C. Dallas to J. W. Wallace, lots 12
and 12, block 4, Wancoma ; $300.
A J Dufur, jr., and wife to Lenora A.
Haynes, all of west hau of block 5, Hood
A four-room dwelling house,
of A. Keller, at the bakery.
First Congregational church, corner
Court and Fifth streets, Rev. W. C.
Curtis, pastor. Sunday services at 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. worship and a sermon.
Sunday school as usual at 12:15.
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. ; Praise and
Consecration, II Chroh, xxix,25-36. All
not worshipping elsewhere are cordi
ally invited to worship with us.
The Baptist church, Rev. O. D. Tay
lor pastor, will hold regular service at
the new house of worship tomorrow
morning and evening. Sunday school
follows morning service. Morning ser
mon by Rev. G. R. Burnside of Buffalo,
N. Y. Evening sermon by the pastor,
if he is able, otherwise by Rev. Mr.
Methodist Episcopal church, corner. of
Washinirt.nn and TTifrli stroota Tv,
Whisler, pastor. Sermon at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. by the pastor. Testimony
meeting at 10 a. m. ; sacrament of the
Lord's supper following the morning
sermon ; Sunday school at 12:20 p. m. ;
Epworth League devotional meeting at
7 p. m. Class meeting Tuesday at 8 p.
m. ; prayer meeting Thursday at 8 p. m.
A cordial welcome to all.
Shiloh's cure, the Great Cough and
Croup Cure, is for sale by Snipes & Kin
ersly. Pocket size contains twenty-five
doses, only 25c. Children love it. Sold
by Snipes & Kinersly.
Cnt Flowers for ale.
I have all styles of wires, including
Odd Fellows, K. of P., and Masonic de
signs. Everything for floral decora
tions furnished on short notice. Prices
reasonable. Mas. A. C. Scttbi.ing.
dim Cor. Eighth and Liberty.
Forgot to Upturn Them.
The young man Copeland, who was
arrested as a vagrant here Thursday
evening, claimed to be a printer and
wore a very neat suit of clothes. These
clothes were the cause of the young
man's trouble with Pendleton officers.
At that town he struck up an acquaint
ance with another young man named T.
B. McCray, who arrived there lately
from Missouri. McCray had a very neat
suit of clothes for best wear, while the
garments of Copeland werts somewhat
seedy. The latter snid he wanted to call
on his girl and would like to borrow
McCray' 8 suit, which, after some persua
sion, he secured. That evening Cope
land and the clothes were missing. A
warrant was sworn out, and prompt use
of the wires resulted in the capture of
Copeland at The Dalles.
Mr. J. O. Mack returned yesterday
Miss Gertrude French returned to
Portland this morning. .
Mr. J. R. Warner of White Salmon,
was in the city last evening.
Mr. Geo. Ruch went to Portland on
yesterday afternoon's passenger.
Mrs. La France of Hood River is visit
ing Mrs. J. R. Steele of The Dalles.
I. C. Darling, Goldendale's new post
master, was a passenger for Portland
Mr. Newton Burgess returned from a
trip to the eastern states yesterday
Mrs. Thos. Burgess and Miss Laura
Burgess of Bake Oven came into the city
Mr. Lee Wigle came down from Prine
ville yesterday and started back this
Mrs. Mary Hicenbothem of Columbus
was in the city last evening on her way
Judge Bradshaw, J. B. Crossen and
other citizens of The Dalles were in Gol
dendale Thursday, returning Friday
from Monmouth yesterday, where she
nas oeen attending tne normal scnoq
during the last school year
Mrs. Jos. Beezlev returned from St
Louis, Mo., last evening, having been
with her daughter, Mrs. Simpson, for
the past few months. Mrs. Beezlev
says she prefers The Dalles to St. Louis
for climate and everything else, and is
glad to get back to this goodly land.
Mr. Albert Roberts and wife returned
last night frem a visit to Eugene, where
they went to attend the commencement
exercises of the State University, and
the graduation of Messrs. D. H. and T.
M. Roberts, his brothers. Mr. Lincoln
Farrington, whose mind was partially
deranged by hard study and over wort,
accompanied Mr. Roberts home. Rest
and quiet, it is hoped, will restore him
to his former condition.
Columbia R G Robenson, ' Cartle
Rock;N J Geline, Lyle; H O'Neal,
Tygh Ridge; Mrs Wm Hicenbothem,
Biggs ; W H Lane, C L Bessets, Pendle
ton ; C F Knowles, Portland ; J R War
ner, White Salmon ; E T Winans, Hood
River : N H Biggs, J P Toehler, Celilo ;
H M Grant, Seattle ;
Skibbe. -Chas. Rodgers, Celilo; J
Kelor, James Dunlap, Chicago ; Frank
Bechoard, George Allen, Astoria; Sher
man Huff, J M Powell, H E Powell,
Edgar Lewis, Moro; J C Miller, W
Bosch, Portland; J W Powell, Mount
Vernon; John Baxter, Kingsley.
At White Salmon June 23d, F. S. Bur
doin. Rev. W. C. Curtis left this morn
ing to conduct the funeral ceremonies.
WOOD, WOOD, WOOD.
Best grades of oak, fir, and slab cord
wood, at lowest market rates at Jos. T.
Peters & Co. (Office Second and Jeffer
BASE BALL CLUB.
An Organization Permanently Effected
In The Dalles.
A number of our young men met last
evening in the "city council chamber to
effect an organization of the Dalles City
Base Ball Association. The meeting
was called to order by J. F. Hampshire,
who was afterward elected manager and
president of the association , and F. A'.
French secretary. The purpose of last
night's meeting was to effpet a perma-
nent organization and arrange for games.
Messrs. G. W.. Phelps, Malcolm Jame
son and Max Vogt were elected a com
mittee to draft constitution and by-laws
and F. A. French and G. W. Phelps a'
committee to procure the names of
those desirous of joining. Twenty
names were secured last night, when
the meeting adjourned to meet at the
same place tonight. J
frere Is good talent represen
among those who already belong, and
there is every reason to believe it will be
strengthened as soon as the field can be
reviewed. Among these may be men
tioned Nello Johnson, who was a fresh
man player in the Stanford university ;
G. W. Phelps, who played at Ann Ar
bor as late as the present year;
Malcolm Jameson, who has played with
the Portland teams, while Hampshire,
Burns and Maloney are old players of
The Dalles, whose skill is acknowledged.
As soon as the boys get out and practice
a little there is every reason to look for
a close contest with some of the crack
teams of Eastern Oregon.
Annita Makes the Best Half-Mile Record
of Any Oregon Horse.
At the Vancouver track last Wednes
day Annita won the mile heat over
seven competitors, the last half mile
being made in 1 -.12 and the last quarter
mile in 35 seconds, which is the fastest
time ever made by any Oregon horse.
This horse was raised by George
Thompson, formerly county clerk of
Wasco county, passing successively to
Messrs. Larsen and Henry, then Will
Condon, to its present owners, Messrs.
J. G. Farley and J. O. Mack. She was
sired by Rock wood Jr., dam Vermont,
and is cousin to Nancy Hanks, who
made the fastest time on record in In
dependence, Iowa, last fall, trotting a
mile in 2:04. Annita is 7 years old, and
is noted for being one of the truest of
horses. She was never known to make
a break, and has so docile a disposition
as to make her a safe driving animal for
any lady. Her record mark stands at
Hood River Strawberries.
Under date of 18th the following tel
ter was sent to Mr. H. F. Davidson from
"The first crate of berries received
last night in good condition. The color,
flavor and keeping qualities excel all
others. In company with Judge Bab
cock, jury on awards, I took a plate of
your berries and went to Illinois, New
York and New Jersey, cut a berry, com
pared color and flavor, etc., and your
berries were pronounced the best. I
have the following card conspicuously
displayed: 'From Hood River, Oregon.
Clark's Early Strawberries. Donated
by the Hood River Fruit Growers'
Union. Five days in an express car,
coming a distance of 2,500 miles without
cold storage. The reddest, juiciest, best
flavored and best shipping strawberry
on earth. H. F. Davidson.'
"I will telegraph as soon as I can get
in an office. Fair opens Sunday; so
ship every day. Send me cards, if you
have any, and I will advertise your sec
tion. Thanks to the union for timely
assistance. Yours to command,
Jay Guy Lewis, Sept."
Attention A Company. Third Regiment.
The members of A company will as-
emble at Jtheir armory ball fully uni
formed, armed Jand equipped Wednes
day, June 28th, 1893, at 8:30 p. m.
sharp, for quarterly .inspection. By or
der of Col. Jay P. Lucas,
Com. Third Regt., O. N. G.
Attest : J. M Buschke, Capt.
Dr. M. J. Davis is a prominent physi
cian of Lewis, Cass county, Iowa, and
has been actively engaged in the practice
of medicine at that place for the past
thirty-five years. On the 26th of May,
while in Des Moines en route to Chicago,
he was suddenly taken with an attack of
diarrlxea. Having sold Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
for the past seventeen years, and know
ing its reliability, he procured a 25 cent
bottle, two doses of which completely
cured him. The excitement and change
of water and diet incident to traveling
often produce a diarrhcea. Every one
should procure a bottle of this Remedy
before leaving home. For sale by
Blakeley & Houghton, druggists.
Get your bathing pants from S. & N.
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 &
Go to N. Harris
yards for $L
for fine prints; 20
Three nice furnished rooms, suitable
for light housekeeping. Inquire at Mr.
Lauer's store, Second street.
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