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SATURDAY, - - - MAR. 3, 1894
The Daily and Weekly Chronicle may
be found on sale at I. C. Nickelsen's itore.
A Record of Xesser Events for the
How often in this world of care,
Of sorrow, grief and sin,
Short sighted man goes and buys his skates
Just before the thaw sets in.
' Trim the trees.
City council meeting tonight.
A few scattering flakes of snow fell
this morning'. ,
The jury failed to agree on the Davey
case and were1 discharged.
Dr Snedaker bought the chameleon
which has been on exhibition at W. E.
The auction sale at W. E. -Garretson's
jewelry store, will be continued, this
evening at 7 :30.
We are in receipt of a communication
from Portland, but cannot publish it be
cause no name is signed. .
"Sim Reed," the famous old horse be
longing successively to Mr. A. Fergu
son, Jud Fish and L. Burham, will
from this on be in the employ of The
Dalles City water works.
Mr. Lydell Baker has designated
Tuesday evening, the 20th instant, the
date for his lecture on Julius Csesar, in
Tbe Dalles. We bespeak that gentle
man an appreciative audience.
We violate no confidence, in openly
announcing that old man Winter has
fled for parts nnknown. In this connec
tion we are pleased to announce that
Miss Spring, a Bprightly young damsel,
has taken up her residence, with ns,
after an absence of ten months.
Mies May Clark, a Goldendale school
teacher, was tried before Justice Camp
bell this week for inflicting severe cor
poreal punishment upon a pupil. . She
was promptly acquitted, as the prosecu
tion failed utterly to prove its case, and
. tbe lady's friends made up a purse to
pay her lawy.er'a fee. The judge, jury
and plaintiff were loudly cheered at the
conclusion of the trial. " '
Mr. Robert Mays is in town from an
extensive country, tour. He finds that
in all quarters stock is fat and in splen
did condition. There has . been uni
formly excellent grass and all the stock
men are encouraged. Feeding has not
been necessary, and if fair prices rule,
the stockmen will realize handsomely.
Stock can be taken right from tbe range
in prime condition for the butcher's
Mr. G. B. Jacobs, travelling for the
Oregon City Manufacturing Co. of Port
land, is in the city today. His company
has been operating one of the largest
woolen mills west of the Mississippi
river, but has been compelled to shut
down on account of being overstocked.
When asked if he was here to buy wool,
Mr. Jacobs said : "Of course not; I am
here trying to sell goods that have been
on pur hands for some time. We have
quantities of wool, but cannot afford to
manufacture cloth when it only over
stocks our warehouses."
- - 1 .- Lojral Dcmoorati. .
A Spokane paper says Collector Black-
man has made his appointments for
Eastern Washington and they will give
general satisfaction to the citizen b of
this part of the state. Col. Frank J.
Parker of Walla Walla, who is said to
have accepted one of the deputyships, is
one of the pioneers of civilization in the
Pacific northwest and a man of great
ability and unblemished integrity. Mr.
John Nestor, who has been appointed to
the other deputyship, is a well known
citizen of Bokam, highly esteemed in
point of character and business ability
"and a loyal democrat in every respect."
Motion for new trial in case of State
vs. Wetle overruled and prisoner sen
tenced to one year in the penitentiary.
Motion for new trial in case of Heald
vs. Chandler overruled.
Motion for new trial in case of Farley
vs. Grant overruled.
, Motion for new trial in case of Pease
& Mays vs. Grant taken under .advise
ment. Adjourned till Monday.
Services at the Christian church as
usual.' Preaching at 11 o'clock . a. m. ;
also 7 :30 p. m.
Methodist Episcopal church Preach
ing by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p.
m. ; Sunday school after the morning
service ; Junior League at 5 p. m. ; Ep
worth League at 6 ;30 p. m. ; class meet
ing Sunday at 10 a. m. and Tuesday at
7 :30 p. m. ; prayer meeting Thursday at
7 :30 p..m. All are cordially inviied.
. The Congregational church, corner of
Court and Fifth streets.. Sunday ser
vices as usual. At 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p.
m. worship, and a sermon by the pastor,
W. C. Curtis. Subject of the morning
discourse, Jacob and Esau; of the even
ing, Excuses.' Sunday . school im
mediately after the morning service.
Meeting of tbe Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor at 6 :30 p. m . Topic,
Our birthrights and how they are loBt.
(Rom. viii:12-17; 31-39.) All persons
not worshipping elsewhere are cordially
. . Bncklen'a Arincs Blve.
The best salve in the- world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum," fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and. posi
tively cures piles, or no' pay. required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satiafac
tion. or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by ; Snipes & Kin-
' Private dancing lessons will be given
to ladies Monday and Thursday after
noons at Chrvsanthemum hall, and to
gentlemen Tuesday and Saturday after
noons at Armory ball.-.
6t James Smith.
Froposes to Collect the Taxes.
The tax roll has been placed in the
bands of tbe sheriff for collection, and
will be delinquent if not paid by the
first of April. The sheriff, in - speaking
of the matter said : "I am going to col
lect these taxes before I go out of office.
I don't expect to be a candidate again
for sheriff and I might . as well collect
them as anybody else. Warrants would
be nearer par now if these back taxes
had been paid." The inference is plain
enough that the sheriff is going to con
stitute himself into a vigorous collecting
agency, and tax-payers will do' well to
do a little hustling before the 1st of
April. .''. :
A. Rare .Bottle of Wis.
Mr. M. M. Cashing, of lower 5-Mile,
showed us a fine sample of wine of his
own vintage, which is a credit to any
country. He has about 300 gallons that
with a little age will match California's
best. The grape industry in this section
is only in its infancy and in a few years
Wasco will be known for its fine wines
as well as for its fine fruits. A gentle
man ' who has lived in California and
been in tbe wine business for many
years, has decided to make this bis
future borne, being satisfied that the
grape culture offers better inducements
for wine making than California does, as
the grapes are richer in flavor. '
Daniel R. Hurlbut and Kate. Hurlbut
to Alex Fraser. swj sw section 32,
township 1 north range 13 east, W. M. ;
$1. ' '
. We are a bilious race. Half of us are
born bilious, with a prediposition to
dyspepsia. The best known remedy is
Simmons Liver Regulator. Try it.
Winnerton Curtis is spending .a few
days with his parents. . ,
Will Crossen came' up to spend Sun
day with relatives in the city.
Mr. John Filloon and wife returned
from their extended eastern trip yes
terday. Mrs. J. Whisler arrived from Denver,
Colo., this morning, and will spend the
Mr. Gus Bonn, having finished the
course in the Business College, Portland,
returned home yesterday. - .
Judge Raleigh Stott, who has been
here' for a day or two making out a bill
of exceptions in tbe case of Schmidt vs.
J. G. and I. N. Day, returned to Port
land on this morning's train.
. Hon. Daniel Butler of Union-county,
a former resident of Wasco county, and
one of the oldest pioneers, is in the city.
He has just returned from Idaho, where
he has . been on a prospecting trip for
over a year. It is reported he has dis
covered a fine mine in that state.
R. W. Baxter, E. S. VanKuranand A.
J. Borie have filed articles of incorpora
tion for. the Columbia River Railroad
Company, with headquarters in Port
land. The capital stock is -placed at $3,
000,000, divided into . 30,000 shares of
$100 each. The articles state that the
corporation 'is intended to build and
operate a railway, and telegraph, line
from . Portland to the town of Gobel,
and theft ce along the Columbia river to
Astoria. . The projectors also propose
constructing a line from Flavel to Tilla
mook Head, and into the lower Neha
lem valley, and to Vernon ia fields in the
upper Nehalem valley.- R. W.Baxter
and A. J. Borie are appointed by the
incorporators to open stock-books.
Pleasant Ridge, Or., March 1, 1S94.
Correspondence. J As there has i not
appeared any news in your paper lately
from this point, I will send you a few
Like all other places Pleasant Ridge
complains of ; hard times, bnt neverthe
less we . have been enjoying ourselves
during the winter, " . : " .
We have , had seven weekB of good
sleighing during which time we have
enjoyed 'a revival of religion and have
organized a. literary society called the
Gordian Literary -Society of Pleasant
Ridge, which meets every " Tuesday
evening. The program for.last meeting
was composed of dialogues, tableaus,
recitations and readings, interspersed
with music, followed by the discussion
of the question "Resolved that horses
are of more value than cattle' The
affirmative led by J. E. McCornick and
the negative by Joe Means followed by
others. At times the debate became
quite spirited. The : judges, Messrs.
Pugh, Root and Wagonblast rendered a
decision in favor of the affirmative. . The
question for next Tuesday evening is
"Resolved that winter is more pleasant
than summer," John Pugh leading the
affirmative and Lewis Martin the neg
- The' farmers oh the Ridge are prepar
ing to do considerable grubbing as soon
as the show is gone. The south slopes
are mostly, bar- now.
The ground is full to overflowing with
water, and we expect a fruitful Beason.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria. -When
she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Wanted, to Buy a Cow.
Must be gentle, easily milked, a good
milker, not too old, and with a fresh
calf. Address Troy Shelley, or call on
him at the court house Friday or Satur
day. , . .
This remedy is becoming ' so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention, All who use. Electric
Bitters sing the same song of praise.
A purer medicine does not exist and' it
is guaranteed to do all that is claimed
Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of
the . liver and kidueys, will remove
pimples, boils, salt rheum and other
affections caused by - impure blood. -
Will drive malaria from the system and
prevent as well as cure all malarial
fevers. For- cure of headache, consti
pation and indigestion try Electric Bit
ters. . Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded. Price 50c and $1 per
bottle at bmpes s Kineraly's. -
The Great English Remedy.
Promptly and permanently
cures all forms of Xervoum
Weakness, Emissions, Spentf
otorrhea, Impotency and all
effect of Abuse or Excesses.
Been prescribed over SS
-ears in thousands of eases;
Before and After. X
est SMeaicino jnuvn. - ass.
druBSist for Wood's Phosohodlnes If he offers
some worthless medicine in place c this, leave his
dishonest store, - Inclose price In letter, and
we will send by return mall. Price, one package,
gl;slx,S5. One vriU please, a will our. Pamph
let In plain sealed envelope, 2 cents postage.
Address The W-ood Chemical Co..
131 Woodward avenue. Detroit- inch.
Sold in The Dalles by Snipes fc Kinersly.
Look Over Your County Warrants.
All county warrants registered prior
to January 16th, 1890, will be paid if
presented at mv omce, corner of lmrd
and Washington streets. . Interest
ceases on and after this date.
' Wm. Micheli.,
Treasurer Wasco County.
- October 21st, 1893. tf
The stock of goods from the store of W. E. Gar
retnen, Jeweler, will be oflered for sale at auction
on Saturday, March 3, 1S94, at 10 o'clock A. M.
This stock includes one chronometer, gold and
silver watches, clocks, chains, charms, pins,
glasses, etc A rare opportunity for dealers in
tnese goods to replenlsn tneir stocic.
feb24-2tw A. R. THOMPSON. Assignee.
Importer of Men's and
Boys' Clothing, Neg
ligee Shirts, Under
wear, Hosiery, Hats,'
chiefs, Towels, Boots,
Shoes, Rubbers, Etc.
Eyery article marled in main figures.
SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS I
We have a Complete Assortment of Seeds, both Timber and
Garden, at Wholesale Prices. .
f pr?sl7 Issortmeijt just Ieeeiud I
Buy your Garden . Seeds of
your own Garden lruck.
JOLES, COLLINS & CO.,
Snecessors to The Dalles Mercantile Co., 390 to 394 Second St. .
We especially offer-Great Bargains in
Dress Goods, Jackets, ;;;-'Underwear,
Blarilcets, Clothing, Bdots v
. .and Shoes. ' "
TERMS STR I CTLY CTtSH.
la oalled to the fact that
Dealer in Glc4), lime, Fiassar. Cement
and Building Material of all kinds.
- -Onrrlr 7 the Finent Lln of .
To be found in the City.
72 CU ashington S tree t
PRACTICAL ' .
All work promptly attended to, -'..
Can be found at Jacobsen's Music store, No. 162
...ALL THE KEWS TWICE A WEEK.......
rmnmmw yotj think, you
, . THAT WE ARE AT
wtiMiy ING A RARE BAR-
l . GAIN IN READING
H MATTER. $1.50 A
1 YEAR FOR YOUR
H HOME PAPER.
...ALL THEHEWS TWICE A WEEK..
Joles, Collins & 'Co., and raise
- Hand-Corded Corsets, Health Reform Waists,
Nursing Corsets, Misses' Waists, Children's Waists,
Shoulder Braces and Hose Supporters made to order.
At the Pacific Corset Company's Factory, north
east of the Fair Grounds. It desired each garment
will be fitted before being finished. Call at the fac
tory and examine our goods, or drop a card in the '
office, and our agent will call and secure your order. .
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