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Leaves Vrom the Notebook of Chronicle
Mr. Charles Brune, who " has resided
in this neighborhood sine 1865, died mt
his home near Rockland, Wash., last
' There was a small row in the East
End last evening, which wound up with
an arrest, a plea of guilty, and a fine of
$5 by Justice Davis. . . -
Agent Lytle thinks the O. R. & N.
will have its road repaired sufficiently
day after tomorrow to permit the run
ning of trains, and that we will have a
train up Friday.
John Doe and Richard Roe were be
fore the city recorder this morning to
answer the charge of being drunk.
They hadn't anything to say, and were
fined in the usual amount, $5.
The piling that has been lying by the
track near the Columbia hotel for some
time, was loaded on, a car this morning,
and with two carloads pt bridge timber
.was taken below this afternoon.
AH interested, whether .firemen or
not, in sending a team to the annual
meeting of the fire association at Oregon
City, to compete for the prizes, will
please attend a meeting at the council
chambers, city hall, this evening at 8 :30.
The city is very quiet on account of
all our farmers being busy in their har
vest fields, only coming in town for sup
plies, or to have a piece of broken ma
chinery repaired. The crops are extra
ordinarily good, but the price of wheat
is so low that there is nothing in rais
A burglar enlered Fulton's shoe shop
last eveniDg about dark. He gained en
trance to the building by climbing down
through a hole in the woodshed back of
Judge Story's .office, and then climbed
over a partition into Fulton's kitchen.
' There is no evidence of criminal intent
in burglarizing a sbomaker's shop, it
being more of an indication of insanity.
There was a little excitement at the
couithouee this morning over the disap-
. pearance of Ole Oleson, a prisoner serv
ing a short term for the larceny of a
pair of shoes at Hood River. Mr. Fitz
gerald, the janitor, Lad Oleson helping
him trim the trees around the court
house and paint the fence. Leaving
him for a few moments, he was not to
be seen when Fitzgerald returned. The
latter at once gave the alarm and a
search for the missing man began ; but
in a few moments he came back bim
8 At and went to work.
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in Plain Figures.
William Brown was arrested' this
morning by the city marshal who caught
him selling a bottle of alcohol to an In
dian.' The marshal had noticed several
drunken Indians yesterday and kept an
eye open for the fellow who was supply
ing them. This morning while taking
his " prisoners up" from breakfaet be
caught on to Mr. Brown . and- took him
in. If the law was changed so that not
only the fellow who sold the liquor, but
the' Indian . who purchased it could be
punished it would tend, to stop the
At the Cosmopolitan
As the water receded' and left the
buildings dry, Mr. Beall started for The
Dalles with the intention of having the
lower ' story of the Cosmopolitan hotel
cleaned up and put in good order. He
was taken sick in Portland and so wrote
up to Mr. Kinersly to have the work
done. He made a good selection, too,
for that gentleman has put the building
in first-class condition. The porch
along the outside, which washed away,
has been replaced and new studding and
timbers have ben placed under the
rear end of the building. The office,
dining room, billiard parlor and sample
rooms ; in fact the entire lower story
has been re-papered and painted', and it
is in the best condition it has been in
since the bnilding was new.
Heal Estate transactions.
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The following deeds -were filed for
Wm. Boorman and, wife to' John V.
Connell and Fannie E. Con'nell, part of
sec. 4, tp. 2 and part of sec. 33, tp. 3 n,
r 10 e of Willamette Meridian, 110 acres.
John W. Bell and wife to Esther A.
Reno, e4 of swj of swj sec. 16, tp. 2
n,'r 12 e; $100.
John W. Bell and wife to Laura Dot
son, the w of swi of swa, sec. 16, tp.
The annual election of the chief and
assistant chief engineers of the fire de
partment of Dalles City will he held in
Jackson engine house, Third street, on
Monday, 6th of August, 1894. Poles
will be open between the hours of 5 and
7 p. m. All active firemen in good
standing are qualified to vote. .
John P. McInernt,
Chairman of Fire Board.
W. H. Lochhead, Secretary. tf.
Notice is hereby given that for the
purpose of making an examination of
all persons who may offer themselves
as candidates for teachers of the schools
of this county, the county school super-intendent-tbereof
will hold a fpublic ex
amination at his office in The Dalles be
ginning Wednesday, August 8, 1894, at
1 o'clock p. m.
Dated this 30th day of July, 1894.
. Troy Shelley,
dw " County School Supt., Wasco Co.
When Baby was aide, we gave her distorts.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorte.
When she beefcme Miss, she clung to Osatocta. -When
she had Children, she gave tbcm Oastoria,
Ask your grocer' for Fan-ell & Co.'s
table syrups sweet, clover honey, rock
candy dri pf and Puritan maple. '.
Please remember that on Wednesday we
will make" some interesting announcements,
which will appear in this space.
' Hay nes Bros, are repairing their steam
thresher, ready to start out in a short
Mr. Warner is building an addition on
to his store, which looks as though busi
ness was flourishing.
The Dufur baseball club and Tygh
club met at this place yesterday and
quite an interesting game took place.
Dufur, 37, Tygh, 17. The Tygh boys
are deserving of much praise as they had
just organized, bat give them two week's
practice and the Dufur boys will have to
look out for their laurels. But the
Dufur boys are pretty bard to beat for
an amateur club. . ,
Mrs. Frank Menefee, after visiting her
many friends and relatives, has returned
to The,Dalles. -v
,Mr. Geo. Dufur was here Wednesday,
and while playing ball had the mis
fortune to dislocate his elbow. Dr.
Deitrich set it and all wag well last we
Mr. Howlettoi Eagle Creek, who has
been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Joe
Douglass, returned home today.
Prof. Frazier, Mr. Chas. - Stoughton
and Mr."Keal have gone to Warm
Springs for an outing.
Mr. Albert Cook and family from
Damascus are visiting relatives here.
Rev. J. W. Jenkins preached here
Sunday and organized a Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor.
Rev. Adams has gone to Portland on
Miss Maggie Taylor, who has been at
tending the Business college at Portland
returned home last week.
A social hop was given at the hall
Saturday evening, which was en joyed by
the young people! Qdeey.
Mrs. Wilson and Miss Lizzie Sampson
came up from Collins Landing last
Mrs. Treat, formerly of this city,
came up from Portland yesterday to
visit Mrs. C. E. Haight.
Mr. C. E. Markham. one of Hood
River's most energetic and prosperous
young farmers, is in the city.
Mr. Chittenden arrived on the Reg
ulator last night and we understand will
kagain make The Dalles his home.
Mrs. Julius Wiley and her sister Mrs
Clarke who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Rooper at Bake Oven, arrived
home last night. . i
The value of a good name was well ex
emplified the other day, when a man
asked one of our druggists for a bottle of
Sarsaparilla. "Whose?" inquired the
clerk. "Whose? why, Ay er's, of course.
Ye don't suppose I'm going to run any
risks with Hannah, do ye?"
A pair of spectacles, supposed to have
been dropped on Second street' Finder
will confer a favor by leaving them at
this office. '
lo Freight will ho accepted for ship
ment between the hours of S P. X. and
9 A.- M except Lire Stock and Perish
able Goods. I., P. & A. N. Co.
July 20th, 1894.
Ask your grocer for Farrell St Co.'s
sweet clover honey, rock candy drips
and Puritan maple syrups. These
syrups guaranteed pure.
Men Wanted. '
Fifteen men wanted to cut cord wood.
, The Dalles LuuBssiwe Co.
LhNUON STOCK MARKET.
Honey is Still In Unprecedented Abnn-
, dance. ,
London, July 29. Money is still in
unprecedented abundance. - There has
been no change in rates. The plethora
has. necouraged many issues of capital.
The public, however, is too wary to in
duce another indiscriminate company
promotion boom. The settlements at
the stock exchange proved small and
easy. The Corean crisis caused a re
actionin foreign securities which had
been previously firm. The prospects of
war caused little disturbance in the sil
ver market or eastern exchange. ' Ecua
dorian securities fell 9 points and Ar
gentines also scored a heavy decline.
American railway securities were more
or less depressed during the whole week,
and at tfie-closwere flat.
x No Program for the House.
V Washington, July 2ft. No plan of
procedure , has been arranged for the
house of representatives as Speaker
Crisp wants to keep the way clear for
the tariff bill, if an agreement can be
reached. The only business set for the
week is the Fnnston-Moore contested
election case, Wednesday. The petition
circulated by Springer for a democratic
caucus Tuesday, is likely to cut an im
portant figure in the week, unless
Speaker Crisp and other leaders succeed
in having the caucus abandoned.
Much feeling has arisen over the caucus,
for it is construed as a reflection on the
house conferrees. The latter are up in
arms and there is promise of a warm
personal controversy if the ca icus is
held. " - ' '
See the Worla's Fair for Fifteen Cents
Upon receipt of your address and fif
teencenta in postage stamps, we will
mail you prepaid our souvenir portfolio
of the world's Columbian exposition,
the regular price is fifty cents, nt as we
want --yon tq have one, we make the
price nominal. You will find it a work
o' art and a thing to be prized. It con
tains full page views of the great build
ings, with descriptions of same, and is
executed in highest style of art. If not
satisfied with it, after you get it, we will
refund the stamps and let you keep the
book. . Address
H. E. Bucklbn & Co.,
He Would Stick" to the Piazza.
A young1 man visited his best girl the
other evening', and as he arrived at her
residence he seated himself upon the
piazza and began to. be agreeable to
his fair one's mother, who was busy
watering her flowers, by remarking:
"Beautiful evening,. Mrs. B . How
fresh the breezes are this evening1!"
"Oh, yes," was the rather sharp reply;
"they are pretty fresh, but they ain't
as fresh as that paint yer set tin' in; it
was put on 'bout ten. minutes ago." An
uncomfortable expression spread itself
vy the countenance of that young
man, but the young lady, jtist then put
in an appearance and invited our hero
to take a seat in the hammock, which
invitation he refused by saying: "I
thank you very much, Julia; but, tak
ing all ' things into consideration, I
gness I'll stick, to the piazza."
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. Varieties of Potatoes.
The potato, so long a staple food, has
developed almost innumerable varie
ties. Forty are easily distinguishable,
but there are many others with slight
and almost imperceptible differences.
There are nineteen varieties of the
white potato in America, eighteen in
Germany, tventy-six in Great Britain
and thirty-two in France.
Farrell & Co.'s table By raps are easily
digested by children.
Joles, ollips 8 Qo. ,
ar Ovr tfye porta
with, a fresh, stock of Groceries. In
our large stock of Gteneral Merchan
dise "we have many special bargains in
390 to 394 Second Street.
Summer Dry Goods,
Shoes; Etc., Etc.,
-WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT A-
IE! AT SACRIFICE:
TERMS STRICTLY CHSH.
The Only Thing
Ever high in our store was the Columbia,
. , and 'that is marked '. down; but it is not .
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Low as Our Prices.
' We can give you bargains in everything -
-: in Ladies', 1 Gentlemen's and Children'
; Clothing : from Hat to Dress. Call and ' ,
' see us at the old corner.