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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1894)
We are Still In It,
Underwear and Hosiery.
1 Lot Ladies' All-Wool Ribbed Vests ...... r 50c
9 Regular goods at $.150 and $2.00 Small Bizes only.
Regular. This Day.
Ladies' Black All-Wool Hose.. 35c 20c
Ladies' Black All-Wool Hose :..40c 25c
Children's Black All-Wool Hose 35c 25c
Ladies' and Misses Underwear ...10 per cent discount
Children's Cloaks 15 per cent discount
New Winter Garments. Don't Forget.
Friday is Remnant Day
DRY CORD WOOD,
HAY and GRAIN,
STEEL RANGES, .
all at the lowest prices at
Prices for Remnants of Dress Goods, Linens, Laces, Em
broideries, Silks, Velvets, &c, are interesting to people who
want a little money to go a good ways.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
M AO & BENTON.
and You Know It.
We are selling more goods than ever,
for the simple reason that
Our PRICES are RIGHT.
We pay more for Produce than any
other dealer in The Dalles.
Consult Your Interests,
arid Trade with
JOLES, COLLINS & GO.
Telephone No. 20.
Best Hotel in the City.
NEW and FIRST-CLASS.
Chapman Block, The Dalles, Oregon.
I have taken 11 first prizes.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle..
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THURSDAY, - NOVEMBER 8. 1894
duct the election are E. L. Smith, S. E,
Bartmess, L. E. Morse, and the clerks
are J. B. Hunt and J. E. Hanna. The
election will be held Dec. 4th in the
Some Election Notes.
Ana Trade Is I-lvely.
Leaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
Everything is qniet down at Hosier,
but one of the cases has been transferred
to the district court.
Judge A. Miller of Vancouver, son of
our townsman.Ir. George Miller, has
been re-elected' supreme judge of Clarke
county by a plurality of 600.
Thos. Fargher was arrested yesterday
upon the complaint of the stock inspec
tor for moving his sheep without a per
mit. He was tried by Justice Davis,
who held the. evidence was not sufficient
and discharged him.
' Don't forget the concert Tuesday
night. Signor and Madame Ferrari,
the celebrated vocalists, recently of the
Milan Opera Company will take part,
which assures a genuine treat for all
lovers of music. ,
Klickitat county gave good republican
majorities for the state and legislative
ticket, and elected most of the county
ticket. The election of Ward for treas
urer, Jarratt assessor, and Maddock
prosecuting attorney, all democrats,
ia claimed, but their election is doubt
ful. " :-
The case of Matthews against Williams
which was up before Justice Davis yes
terday, waB laid on the table, so to
speak, the parties thinking they had
readhed a compromise. Getting outside
of court their compromise fell through,
so the case will be tried this evening
with the assistance of a jury.
' There was a lively runaway on Third
street yesterday afternoon, a pair of big
. gray horses making things lively for a
. nine wmie. , wnen our reporter saw
them they had nothing attached to
them, but a single-tree, but that was
flying arovnd. promiscuously. They
1 were caught near Ward & Kerns stable,
If anyone thinks times are hard let
him visit, our stores. E. C. Pease hits
' the matter squarely today. Money is
not as abundant as it has been for some
years, but a little of it goes a long ways,
and business in The Dalles is good. It
may be dull in some of the valley towns
but Eastern Oregon and particularly
' The Dalles is- doing a great big cash
. trade. ,
The commissioners court, havin
granted the petition of Hood River peo-
pie asking that the town be incorporate
ed, set the day for holding the election
to decide the question, and also to elect
officers. The judges appointed to con-
The proposition to consolidate New
York City, Brooklyn and other suburbs
was carried "by a majority of 33,000.
This will give New York City a popula
tion ef about 3,000,000, making it the
second city in the world.
The republicans in Washington will
have a majority over both democrats and
populists, and the populists have nearly
twice the strength of the democrats,
hence it will be seen the democracy in
Washington cut but a sorry figure.
Idaho has gone republican and elected
a legislature of that same complexion.
The Mormon vote was against the dem
ocrats. Latah county, Idaho, elected a
populist ticket and three populist mem
bers of the legislature.
The republicans claim Wilson's defeat
in West Virginia by 2,000 but the demo
crats do not yet concede that he is de
Of t.tlft Bflvpn rfomniiofi( ormrrrrkQamon
from South Carolina, six are in favor of
Ohio is sending its majority up to the
150,000 mark and Illinois is chasing the
Nevada has been carried by the free
silver parts', and Frank G. Newland.
son-in-law of ex-Senator Sharon, is
elected to congress.
Tennessee elects a democratic legisla
ture, which will probably result in leav
ing the next IT. S. senate a tie.
Utah is republican by a small m
jority. " - -
The Morphine Route.
A. J. Carter is lying at the point of
death in the building on the northwest
corner of Court and First street, ; from
the effects ot an overdose of morphine
taken with suicidal intent. All day long
he has existed only by the aid of artifi
cial respiration, and it is only a question
of a, few hours until even this will not be
sufficient to hold the vital spark. It
seems Carter, who is of an excellent
family, has been the alter ego of Miss
Bertie Stewart. Some time since she
sent him to San Francisco, but he re
turned a day or two ago. Being refused
admittance to his old home his tender
and weary heart collapsed and he put an
extra dose of morphine where it will do
the most good. At 4 o'clock this after
noon he was alive, but that was about
About the Concert.
The Chicago Tribune has the follow
ing very kind words concerning Signor
Ferrari, at the time with the Milan
Opera Co., who appears in the concert
here next Tuesday night ; .
"The charm in their performance will
be found in their presenting Italian
opera in true Italian style. The andi
ence was enthusiastic in their apprecia
tion of Signor G. Fearari's baritone, and
Signor Lambardi's tenor. Their mag
nificent voices and artistic rendering
of music was beyond criticism."
Hon. Alexander II. Stephens.
I ocasionally use, when mv condition
requires it, Dr. Simmons Liver Regula
sr,. with good enect. . .
Hen. Alex. H. Stephens."
The Chronicle prints the news.
Mr. E. C. Pease is about the busiest
an in town (always excepting the re
porter, who has to chase items.) As we
passed the big store this morning, just
from force of habit we sprung our ven
erable request for an item on him, fol
lowed by its twin as to "How's busi
ness?" We nearly fell off the sidewalk
when he unhesitatingly replied, "Busi
ness is remarkably good, and getting
better every day." Getting a firm grip
on our diffidence, we proceeded to in
vestigate, and ventured another ques
tion o "How -do you account tor busi
ness being good with wool at nothing
and wheat selling at 30 cents a bushel?"
Don't pretend to account for it, but
take it as it is, for it is a fact. We have
added recently three to our force of sales
people, and all of us are kept busy wait
ing on customers, even with this largely
increased; force. It is accounted for
partly by the fact that we are selling
our goods on very narrow margins, and
that we have a very large stock of every
thing, bought for cash and at bedrock
prices and all new. Tne lesson of the
hard times, which are now passing
away, lias not been forgotten by the
people, who desire to make their money
go as far as possible, and bo look around
for bargains, and findfng our goods
what they want, and our prices better
even than they expected, we eet their
trade. Where the money comes from
we don't pretend to say, but it is a cer
tain fact that $1 will buy almost as
much, and certainly as good, as $2 would
a year ago."
Anyone who will take the. trouble to
note the number of cars unloading at
the Pease & Mays warehouse, will be
convinced that Mr. Pease statement is
correct, and that in spite of the cry of
hard times," people are buying more
goods and better quality than ' they ever
did before, and they are paying cash for
The First Club Party.
If the parties to be given every two
weeks by the newly-organized club at
the opera house are each as enjoyable
as the first one, given last night, the
club will be the most successful The
Dalles has ever had. Nine sets were on
the floor at once, and so congenial was
everyone that at was midnight before
any realized the lateness of the hour.
The full orchestra was in attendance,
and to use a popular phrase, the music
was "divine." The members present,
including some visitors were : Mr and
Mrs L E Crowe, Mr and Mrs C L
Phillips, Judge and Mrs Bradshaw, Mr
and Mrs Gordon, Mr and Mrs Faulkner,
Mr and Mrs T Seufert, Mr and Mrs F L
Houghton, Mr and Mrs Stephens, Mr
and Mrs G Ross, Mr and Mrs J A Cros
sen, Mr and Mrs Garretson, Mr and
Mrs Nolan, Mesdames M E French, B
S Huntington j Chas Hilton, C E.Dun
ham, Misses Clara and Etta Story, Car
rie Davenport, Clara Davis, '. Mattie
Cushing, Lizzie Sampson, Allie White,
Beulah Sterling, Dora Fredden, Aimee
Newman, Virginia Marden, Caddie
Booth, Mattie Moore, Stella Patty,
Bertie Glenn, Mary Lay, Grace
Campbell, Messrs F .Wilson. Hodnett,
Phelps, Vogt, French, Meredith, Nye,
Marden, J Wigle, F Wigle, J Bonn,
Everding, Lonsdale, Wilson, Drew,
Hampshire, Dietzel, Schmidt, Riddell,
Fowler, Porter, Fritz, Judge Blakeley,
Drs Logan and Siddall.
Mr. T. Nye of Pendleton was in the
Mrs W. L. Bradshaw went to Port
land on the afternoon train.
Mr. Frank Meredith went to Tygh
v alley today to visit Dr. Unas Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Ainsworth will
leave tomorrow for Phoenix, Arizona,
wn ere they will spend the winter.
By Rev. W.. C. Curtis, pastor of the
Congregational church, at the residence
ot tne bride's parents in tnis city, lues'
day evening, Nov. 7th, Edgar T. Slayton
of Prineville and Miss Jessie M. Welch
of this city.
Henry Wilson, the 'postmaster at
Welshton, Florida, says be cured a case
of diarrhoea of long standing in six hours
with one small bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic", Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
What a pleasant surprise that must have
been to the sufferer. Such cures are not
unusual with this remedy. In many
instances only one or two dOBes are re
quired to give permanent relief, it can
always de depended upon. When re
duced with water it is pleasant to take
For sale by Blakeley & Houghton Drug
To Whom It May Concern :
Sid Wing has $300 in Dock.Hing's
store, and $zuu in Wing tang store.
nov8. Sid Wing.
Subscribe for Thb Chkoniclk.
Not the Political Campaign,
But a full stock of the la est patterns of Dress
Goods. Call and see our elegant Plushes.
We have just purchased the entire stock of a
fashionable millmerv store in Portland.
We ' bought them for 25 cents on .the Dollar,
and can give you bargains. -
,sgjB tm .T y "'7'
Don't Be Caught
' ' Buying Groceries at less than we sell
them, for we sell the best there is at .
the lowest possible prices.
J. B. CROSSEN, - - - - The Grocer.
Telephone 33"o. 62.
Fine Goods, A Clean Store, Prompt Delivery.
FROM. THE EASTERN MARKETS,
NEW FALL and WINTER DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS,
Notions, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c.
Cash Buyers are invited to -examine our New Prices, as everything will be
sold with the smallest profit. Special Bargains every day of the week.
TERMS STRICTLY CKSH.
In anticipation of a renewal of business activ
ity, we have bought an enormous line of Men's
Underwear and Overshirts for Fall and Winter,
which we have placed on the market at prices
to suit the times. " :
JOHN C. HERTZ