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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1894)
We are Still In It,
Saturday, Sept 29th.
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"Cotton is King." .
B allardvale 5c
Fruit of the Loom 7c
Utica C '. :..4c
L L , ,.......5c
Pepperell R :.6c
Dwight Anchor 7c
Indian Head 7c
' Wide Sheetings.
Bleached Pepperell, 8-4. . : 16cc
Bleached Feqtiot, 8-4 20c
Lonsdale Cambric 10c
Lowest Prices ever named on Domestics.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
DRY CORD WOOD,
HAT and GRAIN",
all at the lowest prices at "
and You Know It.
We are selling more goods than ever,
for the simple reasonthat
Our PRICES are RIGHT.
MAIER & BENTON.
We pay more for Produce than any
other dealer in The D.alles.
Consult Your Interests,
and Trade With
JOLES, COLLINS & CO.
Telephone No. 20.
THE RELIABLE FIRM.
Best flotel in the City.
NEW and FIRST-CLASS.
Chapman Block, The Dalles, Oregon,
I have taken 11 first prizes.
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1894
Leares From the Notebook of Chronicle
The entries for the trotting races at
the fair close October 1st. Don't forget
The salmon run is still good and the
cannery is running np to its fullest ca
pacity. The weather forecast for today was
rain, and for tomorrow clearing and fair
Two carloads of cattle were shipped
from the stockyards this morning to
Fall goods, tailor made clothing, over
coats and rubbers at M. Honywill's.
Bee bis new ad. in tomorrow's issue.
It is probable that Portland, hay
ing determined to raise a larger revenue.
will levy toll on the traffic over her free
Mrs. Thornbury is having her resi
dence raised and will put a brick founda
tion tinder it, the Vilarde Bros, doing
An insurance man has been sizing up
the city today, evidently taking the
measure of our buildings for insurance
The trapmen on the lower river are
having a hard time. The IT. S. marshal
has been arresting them for obstructing
the navigation of the Columbia.
Demaine, the man who shot Jennie
Credon in Portland, Sunday, claims to
have friends at (jraea Valley, Sherman
county, and others in Baker county.
Mrs. LeBallister has just received and
opened her stock of fall millinery, and
will display the same Saturday, at her
new location two doors from the corner
of Union, on Second street.
A bible bearing the name of Mrs. F,
A. Parish on the fly leaf, was found on
Sherar's new grade this week and has
been left at this office. Owner can have
tbeame by calling for it.
Mr. Forrest Fisher, a Dalles boy, who
is a student in the Stanford University,
has been admitted to the law class Iur
ing his first year's attendance. He is
the first to accomplish this.
Miss Alice Hall opened the kinder
garten Monday with seventeen pupils
The room lias been nicely fitted upi a
piano procured and the work gotten well
under way. Miss Levia Rowland is
assisting in the work.
The wife of Seid Back, the ereat
Chinese merchant of Portland died last
week, and was buried Sunday. SI.e was
a member of the Baptist church, having
been converted many years ago. The
funeral was largely attended.
Ezeta, the deposed president of San
Salvador, has sent his trusted lieuten
ants, Bustamente and Bolanos, to
Mexico, where he will soon join them,
and undertake to start another revolu
tion in hia country.
The'local inspectors of steam vessels
were here yesterday and inspected the
Regulator last night. They found her
in first class shape in every particular.
Mr. McDermott the inspector of boilers
ia an old time resident of The Dalles.
Florida has been visited by a cyclone,
and telegraphic communication with
points south of Jacksonville has been
cut off. Local offices have been in
structed not to receive dispatches for
points south of Jacksonville, or for
It is said that the burning of the ele
vator and wharves at Albina will so seri
ously hamper the handling of wheat
that much of that purchased by the
Elevator Company will be sent to Ta
coma for shipment, instead of to Portland.
Considerable wheat is arriving every
day, but most of it goes into the ware
houses for storage, and but little has
been shipped up to date. The price
continues low, with nothing to indicate
an advance. Latest quotations are from
27 to 30 cents per bushel.
Fen Batty arrived home from Wap-
initia yesterday. He took a trip up to
Clear lake and the McCoy irrigating
ditch, and tells as work has been sus
pended for the season, owing to the con
tractors and subcontractors getting into
a dispute over money matters, or lack of
them. The laborers, most of whom are
Italians, have left the work and gone to
Arrangements have been completed
for having all the fruit and other agri
cultural exhibits displayed in the Win
gate building instead of the pavilionon
me iair grounas. ad aamission tee oi
25 cents will be charged, which will ad
mit the bearer during the entire day and
evening. It is quite probable that the
Orchestra Onion will furnish music for
Senator Dolpb will be here tomorrow
afternoon, and in the evening will ad
dress our citizens,. The McKinley club
have made arrangements for a recep
tion at the court house. The senator
will probably have something of inter
est to say concerning the boat railway,
and it is safe to say that if you want to
sit down while you listen to him, you
will have to go early.
The planking alongside of the railroad
track on the Mill creek trestle is again
in place, and a source' of danger to the
public is thereby removed. Only a day
or so ago a traveler alighting from the
east bound passenger stepped off the car
and the .next -instant he was sitting
astride a tie. Fortunately he' was not
seriously hurt, but it was a severe shock
to his system, or at least that is what he
told us. - .
The democratic state convention met
at North Yakima this morning. The
dispatches yesterday stated that the
delegations were arriving. Among the
forecasts as to the candidates is one that
H. T. Blandford of Walla Walla will be
nominated for congress from the east
em and B. F. Heneton of Tacoma from
i the western district. Hon. J. T. Eshel-
man, brother of Dr.'Eshelman of this
city, is mentioned as the probable per
K astern Oregon Weather and. Crops.
The temperature averaged each day
five degrees warmer than the normal
and there was almost a total absence of
precipitation. The sunshine was more
than the average.
The grain crop has been threshed,
with a few exceptions. The condition of
the grain is excellent owing to the favor
able weather. Average yields are gen
erally reported. The grain is rapidly
being hauled to the railroads, though
the prices are very low. Notwithstand
ing the low price of wheat preparations
are being made for seeding a large crop
for next year. . There is a fair yield of
potatoes, more than an average in some
sections of Wasco county. There is a
large crop of apples and a light one of
peaches. Fruit, as a rale, has ripened
slowly. Stock is in fine condition.
This has been a successful crop year as
to yields aud all crops have been secured
in the best condition.
The season of frosts has arrived. In
some sections frosts have injured tender
vegetation, but crops generally are be
yond the reach of frosts. Some thresh
ing is still to be done in remote sections.
The grain has yielded well. The or
chards that escaped the June frosts have
produced large quantities of fruit of ex
cellent quality. Farmers are digging
potatoes and preparing for winter
quarters. B. S. Pagub,
Local Forecast Official in Charge.
Mr. Johnston of Dufur is in the city.
Dr. Newland of Ellensburtr is visiting
Ex-Sheriff Leslie, of Sherman county.
is in the city.
Mrs. Emil Schutz arrived home from
Caleb last night, v
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Shearer will leave
tomorrow for Boston.
Mr. Wm. Stewart, formerly of The
Dalles, was in the city yesterday.
Miss Elizabeth Fitztierald returned
from a week's visit in Portland last
Mr. John L. Hollineshead. after a
month's visit to his old home in the East
arrived here today.
Mrs. J. T. McDonnell, niece of Col.
Sinnott, who has been visiting relatives
here for several days, left for her home,
Portland, this afternoon.
At the residence of the bride's parents
in this city, Tuesday evening, Spt. 25th,
Mr. James A. Crossen and Miss Auburn
E. Story, Rev. W. C. Curtis performing
The groom is one of The Dalles' most
popular young men, who like Topsy just
"growed" here, and the bride is equally
well known, having also grown op here
They, jointly and severally, have hosts
of friends here, whose best wishes will
follow them through life. We have
heard so many pleasant things said of
them today, that there doesn't seem to
be anything left for us to say, bat the
best wiBhes of The Cheoniclk editor
will remain with them like a benedi&
tion. That's what it will.
A. M. Bailey, a well-known citizen of
Eugene, Or., says his wife has for years
been troubled with chronic diarrhoea
and nsed many remedies with little relief
until she tried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and diarrhoea Remedy, .which
has cared her sound and well. Give it
a trial and you will be surprised at the
prompt relief it affords. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by Blakeley & Houghton
- Developments Promised.
Salinas, Cal., Sept. 25. The body of
Edward Coy, a much respected young
man, was found in some willows between
this city and Castroville this morning.
Coy and bis brother owned the city
livery stables in this city. About a week
ago Edward told bis friends that he was
going to San Jose on business. That
was the last seen of him until his body
was discovered this morning. ' The cor
oner will hold an inquest tomorrow, and
there promises to be some developments
for officers to work on, as the crime was
not Committed for the purpose of rob
bery, as his valuables were left un
Charges of Larceny Dismissed.
San Fhancisco, Sept. 25. The charges
of grand larceny against John Hawk and
his sister, Mrs. Nettie Jones, for appro
priating $5000 belonging' to Charles
Perry, of Loyalton, Sierra county, have
been dismissed at the requeet of ' the
prosecuting attorney, who stated that
the money had been returned to Perry,
and that the accused were not guilty of
grand larceny, as Perry had voluntarily
given the money to Mrs. Jones for safe
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consumption, coughs and colds is guar
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found it just the thing and under its
use had a speedy and thorough recov
ery. Try a sample bottle at our ex
pense, and learn for yourself just how
good a thing it is. Trial bottles free at
Snipes & Kinersly's drug store. Large
size 50c and $1.
Murder at Albany, Or.
Albany, Or., Sept. 25. Late last night
the dead body of a man was found in an
alley back of the United Presbyterian
church. Papers found on the body in
dicate that the man's name, was E. H.
Hnrnham, of Corvallis, Or. The man
had been shot through the heart. It is
believed to be a case of murder and robbery.
Irving W. Laimore, physical director
of Y.'M. C. A., Des Moines, Iowa, says
he can conscientiously recommend
Chamberlain's Pain Balms to athletes,
gymnasts, bicyclists, foot ball players
and the profession in'general for bruises,
sprains and dislocations ; also for sore
ness and Btiffness of the muscles. When
applied before the parts become swollen
it will effect a cure in one half the time
asually required. For sale by B.akeley &
' ' Weight Social.
fit a $aerifiee.
Summer Dry Goods,
Shoes, Etc., Etc.
NOW IS THE TXMK TO SECURE
TERMS STRICTLY CHSH.
Dalles Lodge, No. 2, I. O. G. T. will
give a weight social at K. of P. ball,
Saturday evening, Sept. 29th. Refresh
ments will be served at one-fourth cent
per pound, allowing" weight of your
partner for basis of estimate. , A good
time is anticipated. Everybody invited
A short programme will be rendered.
" Mas. A. Ubquhakt,
Chairman of Committee.
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,
Yob Cai t Auora ti Overlook Tliis
In. anticipation of a renewal of business activ
ity, we have, bought an enormous line of Men's
Underwear and Oversbirts for Fall and Winter,
which we have plaqed on the market at prices
to suit the times.
JOHN C. HERTZ
Sato day, Sept. 29.
A Fine Display will be given in Fall Styles of
Millinery. Second door from corner of Union
and Second Streets. ; '
MRS. M. Le BALUSTER.
LJ - 0 and auction noojwr.
Op. Ward, Kerns & Robertson's Liyery Stable, on Second St.
Second-hand Furniture Bought Sold.
Money Loaned on Jewelry and other Valuables.
AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY ZSrJUJS ..i'p1-
erty plaeed -with me at reasonable commission. Give me a call.