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SANDEN ELECTRIC CO.
tto. M Kirst Hta cet, J01iXAJ.X OAtE.
' Removed to corner Third nnd Washington
streets, Portland, Or.
WANTKD Pushing canvassers of good ad
dress. Liberal salarv and expenses paid
weekly; Permanent position. BROWN BROS.
CO., Nurs .-rymen, Portland, Oregon.
. J4 lOwdawp
' RepMcan County ConventioB.
A Republican Convention for the County of
- Wasco, State of Oregon. Is called to meet in
" Dalles City, In eaid county, on Wednesday, April
4th, 1893. at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of
nominating candidates for the following county
offices: One County Commissioner, County
Clerk, County Sheriff, County Treasurer, County
Assessor, Countv School Superintendent, County
Coroner and County Surveyor; and also precinct
officers for the several precincts, and eight dele
gates to the State Convention, and to tiansact
such other business as may properly come before
such con veil vion. The convention will consist
of 67 delegates chosen by the several precincts,
and the several preciucts of the county will be
entftled to representation in said convention as
Bigelow 6 Trevitt 6
East Dalits.. 6 V est Dalles :..5
East Hood Kivor 8
Bake Oven 2
West Hood Jiiver 4
Eight Mile 2
Oak Grove 2
The same being one delegate at large from each
Tirecinct and one delegate for every 25 votes, and
one for every fraction over one-half of 25 votes
cast for the Republican legislative ticket at the
election in June, 1892. -
Primaries to elect the delegates in each of the
several precincts will oe beia on Marcn 28, 1894.
In East Dulles Precinct the polls will be located
at the Wasco Warehouse, and Frank Lough lin,
F. Creightnn and D. H. Roberts will act as judges
at said election ; iu Bigelow Precinct the polls
' will be located ot the office of Win. Michell, and
Chas. Cooper, C. J. Crandall and Tom Joles will
act as judges at said election; in Trevitt Piecinct
toe pons win te located at inemjouniy court
room in said precinct, and J. S. Fish, C. E. Bay
ard ad C 1m. Vhilllns will act as ludtres of ssid
election; in West Dalles Precinct the polls will
! be located at the City Mills, and J. W. Marquis,
T. A. Hudson and A. A. 'Jrauhart will act as
judges at said election. The polls in each of
said four precincts will be kept open from 12
o'clock M. to 7 o'clock P. M. for the reception of
votes; the polls in each of the other precincts in
the county will be located at the usual place at
the hour of 1 o'clock P. M., and will be conduct
ed in the .usual manner for holding primary
Elections. B. B. HUJ X LSKjt iujn, .
Chairman Republican County Committee.
JCDD 8. FISH,
Secretary Republican County Committee.
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' VISITORS AT WASHINGTON.
Bow Stranger. Poor Into the National
Capital From Everywhere.
The national capital is the Mecca of
sight-seers and they flock in hundreds
to this city at' all times of the year,
says a writer in the Brooklyn Eagle.
They come Bingly, in - couples and
squads of from a dozen to a hundred.
They are from all sections of the coun
try and represent all classes of socie
ty. . The spoony - nelvly , married
conple, the well-to-do farmer who has
harvested his crops and is enjoying' the
fruits of his summer's labor, and ex
cursionists from different parts of the
country journey to Washington with
the convening of each congress. They
take in the old historical houses, gov
ernment .buildings'. and monuments
and visit the home of Washington and
the Arlington cemetery. But by far
the most interesting object to them is,
the capitol building. Here' they de
vote the most of their time and atten
tion and roam at will through the ro
tunda, statuary hall and into the gal
leries of the house and senate. Their
chief delight, however, is to go upon
the floor of the senate and sit in the
seats that were occupied by the illus
trious Clay, We"bster, Benton . and oth
er renowned orators long since num
bered among the great majority, and
to recline for a moment of bliss in the
vice president's chair. A majority of
these visitors seem possessed with a
mania for collecting souvenirs, and are
ever on the lookout for something to
carry away as a memento. Not an ob
ject that is portable escapes their dep
redating hands; they clip tassels from
the costly damask portieres; chip bits
of marble from the walls and pillars;
take knobs from doors, and one fiend
s short time ago had the audacity to
cut a piece as large as the crown of
hat from the center of the twelve hun
dred -dollar Smyrna rug that covers the
floor of the marble room of the sen
ate. Anything in the way of pens,
pencils and even inkstands that fs
found upon the desks of the senators is
regarded as common property and as
such are appropriated by the rapacious
The Idiotic Stare, the Walking- Stick, Kven
Inc Tie and Nonchalance. .
It is said on excellent authority that
the idiotic stare is still in favor among
the exotic youth of swelldom, and any
fashionable young man who : cannot
learn how-to abstract' every atom of
expression from, the countenance and
look on vacancy with an expression of
imbecility, cannot belong to the select
coterie or hold rank in the inner cir
There are" other important matters
which must be carefully committed if
one desires to be in the van of fashion.
The first of these relates to the walk
ing stick, and this involves perhaps the
most serious responsibility. For the
stick must be left at home when going
to business, to' church, or' to make
calls. The reason of the latter by-law
is that in the language of the stick, to
call upon a young lady while carrying
a cane. Implies that the caller is on
sufficiently intimate terms to look in
on her casually any time. What finer
subtlety than this is to be found in the
intricacies of feminine etiquette! .
Then there is a fixed and immutable
law governing the carrying of the cane.
The correct 6tyle is to hold it at an
angle of forty-five degrees, with the
ferrule uppermost" and forward. Of
course, this is the sort of thing no man
could possibly discover for himself, for
the unsophisticated would naturally
carry his stick with the point to the
ground and in so doing stand revealed
as unitiated in the supreme refinement
' No man with a. particle of self-respect
would wear a made-up evening
tie, and as some men find it quite im
possible to learn to tie the bow them
selves there has sprung up a new in-
dustry for women. A young woman in
London has taken up the unique call
ing of going from-house to house tying
the neckgear of distraught bachelors
who cannot do it for themselves. The
custom will probably be introduced on
this side along with the other English
quirks. Let no man in his conceit as
sume that. .when Pandora opened her
casket women monopolized all the
Besides it isn't good form to be so
critical. A nonchalant benevolence,
superior and patronizing, is the latest
mode, and it is not good form to be
caustic or pessimistic any more. .
An innocent little fellow, to whom
intoxication .was an unknown evil,
went out for a walk the other day and,
as he was returning', saw before his
own house a man whose curious lurches
and staggering' compelled an explana
tion' from an accompanying nurse, and
seeing at that moment a younger
brother running to meet him,$he waved
him away into the hall door: ''Go back,
Harold," he cried excitedly, "go back.
You might get drunk!" -
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J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps-
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Dr. King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds, that it cured bis
wife who was threatened with pneumonia
after an attack of "la grippe," when
various other remedies and several phy
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more good than anything he ever used
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We still bave a large supply of Hard
Wood, including Oak, Ash, Maple and
Crab , Apple, all dry and suitable for
family use to be sold cheap.-.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office, The Dalles, Or.,
. Feb. 17, 1894. j
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
and Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on Satur
day, April 14th, 18M, viz:
Martin SI. Waterman,
Ha. No. 3733. for the "Si NW, 8E NW4, and
NEii 8WJ4, Pec 27, Tp 1 N, R 14 E.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence, upon and cultivation of
said land, viz: -
R. Gilbert, The DnUew. Or.; Albert Allen, Boyd,
Or.; H. Gilpin, A. M. Allen, The Dalles, or.
feb24 v JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office, The Dalles, Or., )
. Feb. 15, 1894. ,'
police is nereoy given innt me ionowmg
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim and that
said proof will be made before the register, and
receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on Yt ednesday,
April 7, 1894, viz;
Mark C. Painter,
Hd. No. 2547, for the NEJ4, Sec 32, Tp 1 S, R 13 E.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and. cultivation of
said land. viz:
W. H. H. Dufur, W. T. Vanderpool, John No
lan and C P. Balch, all of Iuiur, or.
John W. Lewis, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lakd Office, tW Dalles, Or., (
Jan. 23, 1S94.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in Eupport of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
and Receiver at The Dalles, Or., on March 6,
1894, viz: . .
II. i. 1-ltcher,
Homestead No. 2553, for the SEi4 of Sec 26. Td. A
8., R. 13 E.
He names the followinir witnesses to nrove
his continuous residence anon and cultivation
of said land, viz: -
U. V. NVoodratr, c L. Morris, J. E. Wing and
C. E- Hayward, all or Tygh Vallev. Or.
327m3 JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
1 Bay Horse, four white legs and white face,
branded on right shoulder Weight, 850 lbs.
1 Bay Horse, small star In forehead, branded
on left shoulder with J C over T. Weight, 850 or
90 lbs. Finder will be rewarded.' -
4d4w JOHN LOWE, Kingsley Or.
Taken ut. at mv nlace on Three Mile Creek.
one brindle steer, abo'lt four years old; mark
crop and slit in each ear; two slits on brisket;
branded large N on left side. Also one red and
white sp tted cow. abuut four years old: mark, a
hole in each ear; they have been torn out or slit-
lea out; oranaea u on lert nip. Mne sieer nas
been with my cattle going on two years; th" cow
going en four months. R. U. BKOOKS.
The Dalles, On, Feb. 5, 1894. , . feb24-2tw
! Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat-
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Patents taken through Mann s Co, receive
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v Portland Oregon, September 9S, 1BB&
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hard work, oombutea witn the strain coming rrom tn
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Freignt ana Passenger Line
Xnrongn Tri-weekly (Sundays ex
cepted) between The Dalles and Port
land. . Steamer Regulator -leaves The
Dalies at 7 a.m.,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
connecting at the Cascade Locks with
Steamer Dalles . City. Steamer Dalles
City leaves Portland (Yamhill st. dock)
at 6 a. m.,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday
connecting with Steamer Regulator for
Sound trip. .
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced.
All freight, except car lots,
will be brought through,- with
out delay at Cascades.
Shipments for Portland received at
any time day or night. Shipments for
way landings must be delivered before
5 p.m. Live stock shipments solifcted.
Uall on or address,
W. C. ALLAWAY.
B. F. LAUGHLIN,
-General Manager.' :
The Dalles Daily Clifoiiiele.
HAS A FAMILY OP
They read The Chronicle to get the latest and
meat reliable news. And they read every line
that is In' the paper.. That is what makes the
Chronicle an invaluable advertising medium.
The newspaper that ( . goes to the family
firesides Is the one SH- that the advertisers
of today patronize. when they desire to
reach, the people. When they want your trade
their announcements will be fonnd In the paper.
Look over onr columns and observe the verifica
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; and the surrounding' country, and the satisfying
effect of its mission is everywhere apparent. It
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man, Gilliam, a large part of Crook, Morrow and " .
Grant counties, as well as Klickitat, and other ; re- ,
gions - north of ,The ". Dalles, hence it is the best . .
medium for advertisers in the Inland Empire.
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