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OXCE BEFORE WE SAID
IlECKWEflR f OF GEUTIiEJVIEfl
and the result, was that Ave,
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. 4r 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 JiETV
JiHCKULlERl, and we think
you will join with us in prais
ing their general excellence.
Stylish Shapes, ;
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
r by the beauty of new creations '
to win the popular applause.
a Our stock is Absolutely
Fresh -the product of THE
flBlXX. Its beauty is un
marred by anything that sug-gests-the
days of Methuselah.
The Latest Creations:
. BLUE and PINK PERCALES, '
WHITE, with laundered Collars
JOLES,-COLLINS & GX
To i Ful.
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
Maier & Benton,
i jjinjLi Uj liiniWi j ; l i
All Goodfl Marked
In Plain figures.
PEASE .& MAYS.
Successors to The Dalles Mercantile Co. and Joles Bros.
-SPECIAL AGEXTS FOR-
5 . " Little Gem" Incubators
Come and see the Machine in operation!
-ALSO HEADQUARTERS FOR-
: , . 390. and 394 Second Street, ; v :
TO STOCKOQEPl: We have just received Fifty Ton of'
Stock Salt, Lime and Sulphur. Call before buying.
$2.00 PER K EG -
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All local notices received later than $ o'clock
will appear the following day.
The Daily and Weekly Chronicle may
be found on gale at I. C. Nickelsen's store.
Telep hone No. 1.
APR 25, 1894
Leaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
will be an injury rather than a benefit,
as the old scale of wages for operators
is less than that they are now receiving.
News is received in this city today of
the first overt act made by the common
wealers. At BHlings, Mont., an army
captured a train and were met by a
number of deputy marshals who ordered
them to surrender the train. A fight
ensued in which one of the army was
killed, also one of the marshals, and the
"army", went on with the train.
The "Si Perkins" company arrived
this forenoon in a special car from the
East. Shortly before 12 o'clock the
band, at tired in grpteEque costumes, met
in front of Blakeley & Houghton's and
disconsed some very beautiful music.
Their comical actions, as well as their
worth as musicians, doubtless influenced.
many to attend the show tonight.
People in Heppner Sunday morning
were treated to the sight of a man re
ceiving a pommeling at the hands of his
wife. The only resistance he offered
was to waid off the blows from a parasol.
The parties in the fray were Mr, and
Mrs. ffm. Doonan. Sheriff Noble in
terfered and put an end to the fight by
leading Mr. Doonan to safer quarters.
It was the opinion of the bystanders that
it would havebeen good judgment on
the part of Mr. Doonan had he retreated
early in the action, as be came out con
siderably hors de combat. Gazette." .
Col. E. Wl Nevius addressed a repub
lican club in Union Saturday evening.
Horace Witheroox and Mary Lusk
were married at the court house today
by Justice Schutz.
Before the entertainment commences
this evening the "Si Perkins" band will
give an open air concert.
' H. Hines brought in to the Wasco
warehouse a large load of wool today
from M. Sichel & Co., Prineville.
Senator Mitchell and Representative
Ellis have sent us valuable public docu
ments for which we extend thanks.
''Babe" Mays and Bert Barrett went
to Dufur and back . Sunday on their
bicycles. They went out in 2 hours and
a quarter and came back in one hour and
fifty minutes. The distance covered
was about thirty . miles.
The Wasco County Christian En
deavor convention will meet at Hood
River May 1st, 1894. All interested in
the work are cordially invited to attend,
Entertainment will be furnished to all
who may desire to be present. The con
vention will be just what you make it
Come an help make it good. .
A Goldendale dispatch says that Editor
Hugh Gourley addressed a large gather
mg of the citizens of Moro, Or., last
sacuraay evening. ins suDject was,
"Benefits of the National Bank Act and
ine necessity oi aouna money." it is
reported he annihilated the populists in
The Coxey brigade left Portland this
morning and when a few miles out en
oeavorea to stop the local passenger
v train. The engineer put on a full head
of steam and ran by them. The country
through which' they .travel is scarcely
populated and if they are compelled to
- march they ' will be hard-pushed . for
An order was received at the Union
Patific office yesterday from General
, Manager Dickenson notifying air salar
ied. employes that the salaries which
were cut by the order of September last
will be restored from March 1.- It' is
said that in The Dalles, the restoration
The many friends and relatives of Mr
and Mrs. W. H. Sharp spent Tuesday
very pleasantly at their home on 5-Mile
creek in honor of their fifth anniversary
of their wedding. As the day advanced
friends exchanged their happy greetings.
lney soon had tbe pleasure of enjoying
an exceedingly nice dinner which was
very attractive in its floral design ot wild
flowers. --. - '..
Among the presents was a wooden ring
given to the hostess, which would be
lined with gold in honor of the 50th an
niversary and at the 75th, to be set with
diamonds. Those present were Mrs. W.
H. Steel and daughter, Mrs. W.'H.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. J. Koontz, Mrs.
Butter, Mrs. M. L. Booth; the Misses
Minnie Miller, Eda Schmidt, Cad Booth,
Laura Thompson, Etta Story, ' Grace
Sharp ; Messrs. P. Tr Sharp, " James
Simonson Martin Miller and Frank
Sharp. : .
Hon They Did It.
Ksl(hborhood News Contributed by Lo
O. C. Hogue has gone to the sawmill.
Mr. Patterson will make a trip to the
river this week. '
John' Donohue will make a trip to
Antelope this week.
Mrs. Blackerby is going to stop with
Mrs. Henry Schadewitz awhile.
B. M. Brown will go down to plow on
the Leon Hunting place Tuesday.
We have been enjoying some of the
finest of spring weather the last, few
days. -: .
Farmers are almost through plowing
and sowing. Some have commenced to
plow sod. Don't hear of any going out
to haul wool. '
The prohibition club met at the school
house oA Saturday evening. Quite a
good time was had. . Speeches were
made by J. K. Craig and W. H. Bennett.
Some very appropriate pieces were read
by others. The club will meet again on
May 5th. All ate invited. There will
be speeches by the members of the club
and by some of the populist party, both
entertaining and instructive.
one well qualified for that position. Of
his general abilities and character we
can speak from experience and - long
acquaintance. He is a member of the
Christian church and a Mason of good
standing. He is possessed of good, sound
judgment pertaining to all educational
matters. - I thus speak as one being un
interested, only that full credit be given
his attainments and his "everyday walk
A Neighbor. "
A Farce Comedy, Constructed tor
;WILL BE MADE AT-
N. HARRIS' MERCHANDISE STORE.
COMMENCING APRIL 5, i594,t
The trainmen simply outwitted the
Coxey brigade at Portland this morning.
They were divided in two parts. A por
tion of them were in the East Portland
yards, who intended to board the train
just after being started. The balance of
them walked three miles out, where
there was a heavy grade, supposing the
train would be loaded pretty heavily and
would move slowly. In the first instance
the train backed- down the yards about
half a mile and when they" passed the
men in the yards were going about
twenty-five miles an hour. The train
happened to be a light one and when
the men were reached three miles out,
the train was going nearly as fast as
greased lightning, and 'the men. looked
at the flitting ' object ' with eyes and
mouth 8 gaping in mute wonder.
. . Notice.
We are having fine weather.
Every body is getting about through 1
Mf. .W. H. Davis has gone to. Oregon
City to see Mrs. Davis' mother who is
very ill and not expected to live.
.The supervisor has warned hands to
work on the road Tuesday and Wednes
day, but most of them are of the hobo
element. v -
Sheep shearing season is close at hand
and the boys expect to start' in a few
days, but expect tbe price will be lower
on account of the tariff question.
The school at Wapinitia has been run
ning about a month with an average at
tendance of about fifteen scholars. Miss
Emma Bonney is teaching.
Mr. Sharp, county surveyor, has been
out here surveying. He has laid . out
three new roads in this part of the
country which occupied , most of his
time last week, r
By tbe way a certain young man is
seen pretty often in the vicinity of the
McClnre school honse of late, but you
don't want to think anything" strange of
that, for his cattle run in that part of
the country. But you don't want to be
misled. Johnnie is a ely cat. -
There is a young men's republican
club organizecVat Wapinitia and there is
a membership of about forty.' The re
publicans expect to carry the day by a
large majority. O. L. Paquet was
chosen chairman ; J. B. Goit secretary
Judge Bentley was nominated for justice
and John G. Carter for constable, and
John says if he is elected he will
loaded for bear all the time.
. ' . I. C. All;
"Si Perkins" is a rural comedy, brim
ming full of comical situations and
laughable incidents, and its sole purpose
is fun. It furnishes fSO laughs, in 180
minutes. - The comedy makes no' pre
tense to plot or dramaticlntereat, but as
a panacea for . the blues and dyspepsia
"Si Perkins" can't be beat. It is abso
lutely irresistable. Along with the
laughs Is interspersed at frequent inter
vals some of tbe sweetest and most en
trancing music it is possible to produce
upon human instruments by human
tongues and hands. Tbe orchestra is
said to be among the; best on the road.
All lovers of music' will get their money's
worth in that feature alone. "Si Per
kins" may fairly be said to be among
the most phenomenally successful com-
panies that exist today.
The Lincoln street sewer assessment
roll will be left in my hands uu til Mon
day evening,- the 23d inst., after which
time additional costs will be added.
1. 1. Bubgett, City Treasurer.
A False Report.
., DUF0B, Or., April 24,1894.
Editor of The Chronicle: r
In behalf of Prof. Frazier, nominee for
county school superintendent, concern
ing the report which has been circulated,
saying he is addicted to drink and which
statement we would hastily attempt to
correct, we wouia say that as a man Mr,
frazier nas as lew nag namts as one
generally finds in men of his age, and
we- unhesitatingly .recommend him as
Mr. H. D. Jory of Wasco is in the city
Chas. Brune is recovering from his
Deputy U. S. Marshall Sibley, of Port
land is in the city today.
' ' News by Telescope. ' y
Mr T. J. Rorick is painting Grand
Dalles red today. - '
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
VThen die bee&me Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
To exchange lots in trie town of Win-
ans for a good, large team of horses, also
a good farm wagon, spring wagon, -har
ness, plow, and harrow. . I will be in
The Dalles, Sat. April 28th, address A.
Boss Winans, Hood Hi ver, Wasco Co.,
Qr. ' ' -
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. . "v , .
tjfel. .. Jos. T. Petebs & Co.
Sure Shot Squirrel Poison at Snipes &
Haworth the printer, -.at home 116
Court St., Feb. 1st.
-WE WILL GIVE YOU-
; Bargains ia Men's and Boys' Clothing. ,
Bargains in Dress G-oods. " -
Bargains in Embroidery in Laces.
Bargains in Boots and Shoes. " ;
Bargains in Gents' Furnishing G-oods.
Bargains in Hats and Caps. ' .
Bargains in Gents' ITeck-wear.
Bargains in Ladies' and Children's Hose.
Bargains in Ladies' Summer Underwear.
Bargains in Towels and Napkins.
' We defy competition, as out prices are the lowest.
P. S. Heavy Copper Riveted Overalls and Jumpers at 50c
and 20 yds. of Fine Prints for. $1 at all times. :
COME AND SEE.
.Good Boys' Suits from $2.00 up..
SPECIAL VALTJES IZtsF
Staple pa r;ey D ry (joods,
loots cttt fi Snoes.
Ginghams, Calicos, CDaslins and Overalls, at Cat Prices.
TERMS STRICTLY CHSH.
Poison the 8quirrelB.
Snipes & Kinersly's.
Sare Shot at
Chapman Block, The Dalles, Oregon.
I have taken 11 first prizes.
PAUL KR EFT & .CO.;
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS
And the Most Complete and the Latest Patterns arid Designs in . '. ,
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Sherwin-Williams and J. W. Mastrry's Paints need in all out work, and none bat
the most skilled workmen employed. Agents. W Masury Liquid Points. Na
chemical combination or soap mixture.' ,, A first class article in all colors., All
orders promptly attended to. ' '''
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