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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1894)
ONCK BEFORE WE SAID
'llEGKWEAR for GEIlTLEMEjl
and the result was that we
. placed, an order at ' once to re
plenish our stock.. These goods .'. '
have just arrived, and most
certainly they are handsomer, .
both in color and design, than
the last. 4fc Experience is a
great teacher, and we listen
most attentively to her teach
ings, and profit thereby.
In our Corner Window we
have displayed our JiBW
NECKUiEHH, and we think
you will join with us in prais
' ing their general excellence.
. Stylish Shapes, v
. , . Natty Designs.
All Goods Harked
In Plain .Figures.
The Dalles Daily Chr onieie.
Entered a the Poetoffioe at Tbe Dalles, Oregon,
as second-class matter. ' .
Ciratide ui 5. Y. Trilmie .......... $2.50 $1.75
.'" " nl Weekly Ortroiiw 3.00 2.00
' i i-ericM Firmer 2.00 1.75
" ii IcClare'i Iigiiiie......' 3.00 2.25
" . ul lb Detreit Free Press .... 3.00 2?00
V ul CeenepeHt" Iwuie.-. . . 3.00 2.25
" aid Prairie Fiifter. Ciiwge .. . 2.50 2.00
" . ail eioW-D(BMrt,Cs-)St.Lonu! 3.00 2.00
10 Cents per line for first Insertion, and 5 Cents
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Special rates for long time notices.
All local notices received later than S o'clock
will appear the following day.
The Daily and Weekly Chronicle may
be found on tale at I. C. Nickelsen' s store.
. Telep hone No. 1.
APR 23,: 1894
Leaves From the Notebook of Clironlcle
On May 5th there will be a meeting of
fruitgrowers in this city. -Everyone in
terested in fruitgrowing should attend.
The King's Daughters will meet to
morrow at 2 o'clock at Mrs.- Joles'-.-resi-dence.
A full attendance is TequeBted. '
A grand banquet will - be given by the
Masons tonight.' to ' visiting'' members
from the Willamette, high in the order.
Mr. T. M. Denton of Mill Creek says
that the loss of peaches will be small in
that sections IThe Early Crawlortf's'.ire
hurt slightly, but all other kinds will be
Jack Hamblet has written a letter to
the Canyon City News, giving his eide of
the story. He makes itself defense, and
that he was first aggrieved by the mnr
Be sure and hear, the concert and see
the parade given by the famous "Si Per
nios" next Wednesday. 'It is better than
a ircus parade. Admission '50 cents
and $1. Seats on sale at Blaiceley &
If the Coxey tramps strike The Dalles
and want the citv to feed them, the
council should ask ao an equivalent, that
tney maul tne rocks on Second street a
few hours. There is a good deal of sur-j
plus muscle going to waste in thi9 army,
and the street needs fixing.
Mr. Emil Schanno received a dispatch
last night announcing the death of Mrs
Emma Schanno, wife of the late Charles
Schanno, of North Yakima. She leaves
live boys and five girls, most of whom
are grown and some of them married.
Mr. Schanno sett on last evening's train
to attend the funeral. v.
At C o'clock Sunday evening Frank J,
Botefuhr, jr.", son of the well known
liquor dealer, was Growned in the Wil
lamette river, near Ross island, says the
Oregonian. , Tn company with a younger
.brother he was enjoying a boat ride, and
while standing in the boat attempting to
"lace his shoe, he lost his balance and
fell into the water. His body 1 was re
covered today. -:- '
" The reason why Mr. Cradlebaaeh or
Mr. J. L. Story did not get the appoint- I
Thet Latest Creations:
BLUE and PINK PERCALES,
WHITE, with laundered Collars
and Cuffs, - ,
Veilings, Laces. .
All Goods Marked
in Plain Figures.
ment as register of The Dalles land office,
was the - persistent effort of- Senator
Cogswell of Lake Co., who has been in
Washington for a long time, has had
his thumb on the button, and at the
latest moment called up Mr. Cleveland,
and Mr. Moore was the successful candi
date. He can say, not that he loved
the others less but he loved J. F. Moore.
In Harmony district No. 39, Wasco
county, there are nineteen pupils en
rolled. Daily average attendance seven
teen. Some of the pupils have to come
3 miles to school. Bro. Mott preached
an excellent sermon here the 8th inst.
Praise service every Sunday at 11 a, m.
- J. A. H.
. PERSONAL MENTION. '
Mr. C. J. Vandyne of Tygh valley is
in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Welch departed
for Hood Eiver this morning for a short
stay in that valley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Snedaker returned
last night from their visit to San Fran
cisco and the Midwinter fair.
Hon Y ATptMnVtnn clfntA trpacurav
and Judge J. C. Moreland of Portland!
mo iii tuo uiiy miu win ub in mienuance
at the meeting of the Grand Lodge of
the A. F. and A. M. at the hall tonight.
NEWS OF THE STATE.
Hon. Henry Watterson, editor of the
Courier-Journal,' will lecture on "Money
and Morals" in Portland on the 20th.
Thomas McMurjlo, about 10. years of
age, is lost in the hills near Baker City.
A searching parly is out looking for him,
but at last accounts had not returned.
-R'. G. Horr, the great New York Trib
une political writer, is shortly to come to
Oregon, to t make several political
speeches, and Wasco county is to be
favored with one of those speeches.
A great uproar exists in the demo
cratic ranks down about the county
seat, on account of the county conven
tion not having turyed out just right for
some of the leaders. An influential
democrat down there who alone controls
about 50 votes, made an open declaration
one day last week to the effect that he
intended to do his utmost to . defeat the
whole democratic ticket from congress
man down to justice of thepeace. ; May
the best of luck attend his efforts. An
telope Herald.' . :
Go to the Columbia Packing Co.'a
Central Market for choice sugar cured
ham, at 12 cents a pound. ...
Ask your grocer for Columbia Packing
Co.'a smoked meats and lard. Insist on'
their prices and accept no substitute.
Boneless hams at 11. cents; select
breakfast bacon at 124 cents per lb;
chice kettle leaf lard, 5-lb pails, 55 cents;
10-Ib pails at $1 at the Columbia Pack
ing Co.'a Central Market.
There is no necessity for buying East
ern smoked meats and lard when you
can secure a better article of home pro
duction ior less money. Call at the
Central - Market and examine the Col
umbia Packing Co.'s meats and prices,
and be convinced. ' ' -- . -. v
: ;- v,' : Notice. ...
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The Lincoln street sewer assessment
roll will be left in my hands until Mon
day evening, the 23d inst., after which
time additiopaljcosts will.be added.
...... - I. I. Burgett, City Treasurer.
Haworth the. printer at home 116
Court St., Feb. 1st.
Youth and beauty exercise
their potent sway over all sen
sitive minds. Upon the altar .
of the flEW burns ever the
incense of admiration. Mind
ful of this, the inventive gen
ius of the age is ever "striving '-
to surpass former efforts, and
by the beauty of new creations
to win the popular applause.
0ur stock is Absolutely
Fresh the product of THE
JJELU. ' Its beauty is . un
marred by anything tbat Sug
gests the days of Methuselah.
PEASE 1 MAYS.
Hon. J. IT. Copies and A. A. Jayne
. Speak to Hundreds of People.
Armory hall was crowded Saturday
night on the occasion of a monster rati
fication meeting. Mr. A. A. Jayne of
Arlington, the republican candidate for
prosecuting attorney, made a brief speech
on political issues, entirely avoiding per
sonalities. After a brilliant selection by
The Dalles Orchestral Union, Hon. J.
F. Caples, the speaker of the evening,
delivered a very logical .and convincing
speech of more than hour ' in length.
He is very fair in all his statements and
employs neither abuse nor ridicule.
But from the 1 light of history extracts
the lessons which are to be learned, and
these are that the . democratic party
have no settled policy, and have always,
when in power, run the country to the
verge of ruin. And he takes democratic
authority for , these statements. He
quoted from President Buchanan's last
financial, message in 1856, when the
democratic party had complete control
of both houses of congress since 1844
where Buchanan speaks of the same
conditions of industrial depression and
impending ruin that ' prevail today.
Mr. Caples is an earnest, honest,- con
vincing speaker and at intervals he
bursts forth into brilliant fights of ora
tory. All who heard him Saturday
night were amply repaid for attending,
and the ladies, who composed nearly
half the audience, were equally delighted
and enthused. . Upon invitation they
rose to their feet 'as readily as the men
and perhaps they shouted. The reporter
iff not quite sure upon that point. - Cer
tainly everyone in the house wanted to
do so. Three cheers were given for the
republican ticket; three for the state
ticket, three for the county ticket, three
for the ladies, three for the orchestra,
three for the lady, who played the piano,
and a number in the audience proposed
three cheers for Caples. They were
given with a will, the meeting adjourned
and individual handshaking and con
Neighborhood News Contributed by Lo
The waters of our small streams are
fast receding and are once more clear
The night of the 15th must have been
fruit killing cold or else there would not
have been a half of an inch of ice on, a
bucket of water which was sitting at my
door outside. .. . : ..--'
I hear from a resident of that place
that Summit Prairie, a situation a few
miles south of here and high upon the
mountain, is almost entirely under water
and the snow is almost gone off the
valley. , .' '
Wade Shrum and wife made Mrs.
Shrom's parents a visit one day last
week. She says the wound which was
inflicted in', her leg some weeks since is
not entirely . healed, but ' causes her no
trouble now. ; . ,
Jesse Allenj teamster and boy -of all
work, has gone to Antelope to get freight
that was left there -by S. F. Allen while
on his 'road home last' month.' Bather
awkward for a student of, and would-be
counselor of law.- I imagine it is not
very pleasant to him, but. he swallows
the dose without even a frown.-.
One day last week a man crossed the
John Day ferry and from general appear
To k Pole.
- We have just received a
new Lawn Sprinkler which is
called the "Jett's Patent,"
and is made in Brass and
Nickel Plate. We will sell
vou the Brass Sprinkler for
75 cents and the Nickle
plated one for $1 .00. Call
and get one and try it. If it
does not give satisfaction, re
turn it. .', ,
Maier & iBenton,
ance they thought it must be Hamblet.
A few' days later another man was seen
crossing Bridge creek two miles and a
half below Mitchell, that answered very
well to the description of Hamblet, but
no one knows where he is,' at least those
that want to know.
E. E. Allen has a decided appetite for
the good things of this world and means
to have them at his door. At least we
would judge so by the amount of fruit
trees and shrubbery he has been Betting
out on his lot. It is plain he has ah eye
for the beautiful as well as the agreeable
and useful., ' Those who have an interest
in Mitchell would do well to do likewise
for their own good in the future as well
as adding much to the general appear
ance of our town. 1c j :
une aay or last week ur. waa
called in great haste to see a patient
twenty miles distant. : He left town with
the. very good intention of seeing his
patient soon, but before long he found a
place where meals ' were twenty-five
cents and he knew their tables are
always loaded with all the good things
of a well regulated farm,' and suddenly
he became very hungry and so did. his
horse. He dismounted, ordered meals
for himself and horse and soon was en
joying the appetizing relishes drawn
from nature's plentitude and fashioned
to tempt the appetite-by extra good
cooks., Withal, somehow be was moved
into forgetfulness and did not start on to
see his patient until next morning about
9 o'clock, although it was but four miles
farther he had to go. . But'poor fellow, I
do not blame him, for he says he has
been in the saddle almost constantly for
weeks and not a good eight's rest in as
many weeks, so you see there is excuse
for the doctor . and if one .shonld have
died there was room lift for others.
--- 4 E. V. E.
N Voracity of Flnh.
The . voracity of "the fish, is indeed
wonderful. A huge pike caught in an
English canal recently had in its stom
ach a child's tin toy wagon, a table
spoon, a short Roman sword, probably
lost . by one of Cwsar's legionaries, . a
hammer, and a baby's flannel shirt. .
" ' 7 : : . . .
I.eamiiijj ax she Is learned.
. A few of the better blunders perpe
trated at the recent university exam
inations are piven by a contemporary.
One candidate described 'primogeni
ture" as a plant which bears only one
llower; - another derived "equinox"
from . "equa," a mare, and "nox,"
night, its meaning1 being a "night
mare;" while a third, in a paper on the
character of Henry VII., vrote: "Cath
erine Parr, who survived the king, was
going to be beheaded, but he died the
day before he signed the warrant."
T-ondon Globe.' ' ' , :
- 4,000 rolls wall paper, fresh goods and
new designs, with borders and ceilings
to match, just received, will be sold 'at
hard times prices. .
tjel.. ! 'Jos. T. Petebs'oi Co.
Poison the squirrels.'
Snipes & Kinersly'o. '.
Sure Shot at
- r-t -
Joles, Collins & Co, are running a free
feed yard for the accomodation of their
Sure Shot Squirrel Poison at Snipes &
Kinerely's. ' . ;
Haworth, printer, 116 Court St.' ,tf ;
" Chapman Block, The Dalles, Oregon.
I have taken 11 first prizes.. ' - ' ,
JOLES, COLLINS & CO.,
Snccessors to Tie Dalles Mercantile Co. anUoles Bros.
' ". " -SPECIAL AGENTS FOR
Come and see the
-ALSO HEADQUARTERS FOR-
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TO STOCKmHfl: We have just received Fifty Ton of
Stock Salt, Lime and Sulphur. , Call before buying.
.OO PER KETG.
GREAT SLAUGHTER SAliE
I COMMENCING APRI L 5, ; 1894,1:
, . WE WILL GIVE YOU ' '
Bargains in Men's-and Boys' Clothing.
Bargains in Dress Goods. . - . - .. . .
y Bargains in'Embrpidery in Laces. .
Bargains in Boots and Shoes.V ;
Bargains in G-ents' Furnishing Goods. I .
' Bargains in Hats and Caps. r
Bargains in Gents' Neck-wear.- ' .
Bargains in Ladies' and Children's-Hose.
; Bargains in Ladies' Summer Underwear.
Bargains in Towels and Napkins. "
We defy . competition, as our prices are the lowest.
P. S. Heavy Copper Riveted Overalls and Junipers at 50c;
and 20 yds. of Fine Prints for $1 at all times,; :
GOME AND SEE.
-Good Boys' Suits
VLy V JL XJLJLjLW
SPECIAL -V-A-LTTIES IUST :-' ,
Staple jif papey Dry (Joods,
Ginghams,' Calieos, (Qaslins
TERMS STRICTLY CRSH.
PAUL KR EFT & CO.,
v - ' DEALERS IN
PAINTS, : OILS AND GLASS
' I And the Most Com piety and the Latest Patterns und Designs in
? "757" - jSL IjXj '3F E:'E3 Ei'1;.-.
gJtM Practical Painters and Paper 'Hangers. ' None bo t the best brands of th
Sherwin-Williams and J. W. Masury's Paints used in all jar work, and none bu
the most skilled workmen employed... Agents for Masury Liquid Paints. No
chemical combination or soap mixture. A first olads article in all colors. All
orders promptly attended to. . - -
w- P&iat Sto3 corner Third uq Wasting iuu bts..1e DallsB Orooa.
Little Gem " Incubators
Machine in operation.
Second Street, - -
ii ic-3 rT3 -TTtf-ns-'-K-r'
?7 . v J i r- n -r-i. J i -v
from $2.00 up.
and Overalls, at Gut Prices.