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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1894)
aire Still In It,
t Satardav, Kov. 17.
and You Know It.
331 per cent.
Our Entire Stock Offered Without Reserve.
New Handsome Patterns.
Our handsome Baurdon, Guipure, Chantilly, Irish Point,
Hand Run Spanish, Van Dyke Point. Valenciennes,.
Torchon and Point d'Irlande Laces '
DRY CORD WOOD,
HAY and GRAIN,
all at the lowest prices at
Also all of our Nainsook, Swiss
and Cambric Embroidery......
33i per cent. Discount.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
IYIAIER & BENTON.
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,
and Trade with
JOLES, COLLINS & CO.
Telephone No. 20.
THE RELIABLE FIRM.
Best Hotel in the City.
NEW and FIRST-CLASS.
Chapman Block, The Dalles, Oregon.
I have taken 11 6rBt prizes. . .
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
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FRIDAY, - - NOVEMBER 16. 1894
Leaves Prom the Notebook of Chronicle
Dressed chickens at J. H. Cross' feed
store to-morrow (Saturday).
The dance at the opera house to
morrow night will begin promptly at
The demurrer in the case of the state
against Hastings was overruled this
morning and it will now be for trial. , ,
Mt. Hood Hose Company meets to
night at 7 :30 o'clock. A full attendance
is desired as business of importance will
A. M. Barrett and wife have sold to
H. A. Leavens and D. L. Cates the un
divided one-third of lot 1, sec 14, tp 2 n
of r 7 e, containing 17.95 acres.
License to wed was issued yesterday
evening to Robert-J. Ginn and Carrie B.
- Coleman, and this morning a similar
permit was given to J. D. Campbell
and Elsie J. Harvey. " -
Joe Thomas ana Jim Uotney were
sentenced yesterday to one year each in
the penitentiary and were taken below
by Sheriff Driver on the local passenger
Goldendale celebrated the election by
big bonfires, the firing of 200 shots from
the old fashioned muzzle-loading anvils,
find A TtH Yfl O Ptrfiralwlif tt a a fiannv
save the defeated candidates, and they
were not present. (
The grand jury last evening returned
"not a true bill" in the case of the State
against Matt Murphy, and the bonds
men were released from liability and
Mr. Murphy discharged. He left for
v, Portland on the afternoon train.
The Christian Endeavor Society of the
Christian church "will begin protracted
services Sunday evening, Nov. 18th.
Meeting every night during the following
week. Services will begin at 7 :30
. o'clock. All are cordially invited to
Hon. John D. Geoghegan, for four
years register of the land office at Van
couver, has opened an office in that
city, and will attend to any business
connected with the acquiring of. titles to
government land.' Onr Washington
friends will do well to bear this in mind
The case of Fredenburg against Fran
cisco, being an action in ejectment, was
up on demurrer yesterday, and the de
murer being sustained, the case went
out of court. As we understand the
. matter, the case was brought prema
turely, plaintiff having a sheriff's certifi
cate ofwale; but the sale not yet being
confirmed. . -
J. Egan, who pleaded guilty to the
charge of larceny from a store, in steal
ing some 140 knives and a lot of pistols
from Mays & Crowe, was this morning
sentenced to two years in the peniten
tiary. Williams, who was arrested with
him, has filed a motion for a new trial.
J. T. Rourk and O. D. Taylor have
had a suit before Judge Stearns in Fort
land, the former suing the latter for
$1,500 on a note, and the latter settling
up that he paid the note by building a
house for the plaintiff in North Dalles.
Judge Stearns has the matter under ad
visement. The motion for a new trial in the case
of the state against Wm. Williams was
argued this morning and the motion
overruled. Williams was then sentenced
to two years in the penitentiary. Judge
Bradshaw was strictly impartial, giving
him the same sentence that Egan , his
Last night was the coldest of the sea
son and when the sun came out this
morning only the very hardiest vegeta
tion had the hardihood to stand up and
enjoy it. The chrysanthemums are still
smiling, but they are alone. The pop
lars have shed about all their leaves,
and the first breath of a breeze will re
tire the balance.
Why does Butts look sad? The reason
is plain. H had a prize turkey almost
as large as any condor. It was the de
light of his eye, both of them in fact,
and he had often in gazing at his favor
ite bird let his thoughts wander to the
bright Thanksgiving day, when he should
absorb a portion of him. He will never
see him more, for he was but is not for
someone took him.
In publishing the list of bills allowed
by the commissioners court last week,
we made a slight mistake. The bills for
witnesses before justice Fligg in the Root
case, about a dozen in number, were put
over until next term for the reason that
the law. only allows eight witnesses
The commissioners were willing to pay
all the law allowed, but as they did not
know which ones to pay, the whole mat
ter was returned to Justice Fligg for cor
The very beautiful dinner set adver
tised to be given away by L. Rorden &
Co., to their customers, was presented
last night to Miss Anne Lang, because
in drawing the tickets from the box the
one that came out first had her name on
it. The name of every person who pur
chased $1.00 worth of goods was placed
on a ticket and deposited in a box. Last
night the drawing took place with result
as stated. Miss Lang is to be congratu
lated on receiving so elegant a prize.
Yesterday Dan Maloney and Frank
Clarke got in an altercation, winding up
with Maloney' making a savage attack
on Clarke and beating him - badly.
Clarke had a warrant issued for
Maloney 's arrest, but up to date it has
not been served on account of his keep
ing out of the way of the officers. We
do not know what the row started about
but as we hear the story it does not re
dound to Malonev's credit. The trial of
the case may bring out the full particu
lars of the affair, but at present no one
seems to know anything concerning the
matter, except that Maloney gave Clarke
a cruel and brutal beating.
Ibe juvenile social takes place at
Fraternity hall tomorrow evening at 8
o'clock. There will . be a literary and
musical program. Admission 10 cents
Mas. E. Joles,
The wheat market shows a decided
improvement since our last quotations,
which were 33 cents per bushel. The
price has advanced during the week an
til the 35-cent mark was reached, which
can be regarded as the price, though
some choice lots brought 37 cents early
in the week. The European market
shows a steady, but slow rise in prices,
but the cause is a mystery if the re-.
ports concerning the world's surplus are
true. One cause of the advance may be
the report from Argentine as to the poor
condition of the grain, and the further
fact that the surplus is not within
twenty-five millions of bushels of the
The potato market is firm, but though
prices are good in the East, they are
not affected here on account of the
freight. Special rates have been made
by the railroads forvthem, but 40 cents
a bushel freight brings them up to the
selling price in the East. The market,
however, is kept alive, and the entire
crop can be marketed East at present
prices. The local price is 50 cents per
There are no changes in other staples.
Vegetables are still plentiful and
cheap. . .
Eggs are worth two cents a piece, and
poultry begins to bring better prices as
the holidays approach.
Mr. Hal French left for Portland this
Mr. Maddock the Goldendale banker
is in the city today. -
Mr. C. Stone returned last night from
a trip to Portland and the Sound.
Mr. F. B. Meredith and sister, Miss
Jeannette, left for Salem this morning,
after a visit with relatives here.
Mrs.Lanfare who has been visiting
her daughter Mis. Julius Wiley, re
turned to her home, Astoria, yesterday.
mi tt i r r
sier today, and reports that neighbor-!
nooa quiet since me election. vuite uni
area is being planted to fruit trees.
Mr. J. P. Weburg of Salem leaves to
night for Boise City, Idaho, to locate a
stock ranch. His family are on the way
East oyer the Canadian Pacific, to visit
relatives at Osceola, Indiana.
Following is the list of letters remain
ing in the postoffice at The Dalles un
called for Nov. 17, 1894. Persons calling
for the' same will give date on which
they were advertised :
Barber, Mrs O
(Joe, Miss Nellie
Davis, Mrs Kate
Gaunt, Alias Maud
Harding, Mrs M
Kucers, J B '
Laraesnie, Mrs F
McGonnigai, J F
Ross, Miss Anna
Barber, Mrs I
Campbell, R I
Cole, Mr and Mrs
Colby, Miss Nellie
Fisher, Rev Eli (2)
Granlund, Miss A
Hanson, H M
Laughlin, Miss L V
Whitney, Mrs M
Presler, A J
Roberts, W L
Tait, Tom J
Fox, John Gilmore, Mrs J F
Mason, J T Roberts, C J .
J. A. Ckossen, P .M.
Among the charitable societies in The
Dalles, which are all doing a noble
work, perhaps less is known of the efforts
of the Women's Relief Corps than of
the others, as their work is along a dif
ferent line, though accomplishing the
same ends. They are at present busily en'
gaged in preparing a box of comforters,
clothing, literature, etc., to be sent to
the soldiers' home at Roseburg, and
yesterday about sixteen members of the
Corps met at Fraternitv hall for the
purpose of having an old-fashioned
"quilting bee," only tarrying in their
work long enough to enjoy a lunch at
noon. The box is to be sent in care of
Mr. Varney, which will no doubt reach
its destination safely, unless the Salem
ites put an injunction on it as it passes
When persons are weak and languid,
from sickness or overwork, feel debil
itated and depressed, it is an indication
that the blood is out of order, aud they
need help to throw off the miserable
feeling. The best remedy for this pur
pose is Dr. J. H. McLean's ' Strength
ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. It re
stores lost strength, gives vigor to cir
culation, promotes good appetite and
now of cheerful spirits. .Trice $1.UU per
bottle. For sale by the Snipes-Kinersly
Some good second
Must be cheap Cash,
Address, W. X,
Just received a line of Wilson Heaters
at Maier & Benton's. novl42t.
Advertise in The Chronicle.
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
. iashionable millmerv store in Portland.
We bought them for 25 cents on the Dollar,
and can give you bargains.-
Don't Be GaMglit
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.
Tolophono 3XTo. 62.
Pine Goods, ' A Clean Store, ; Prompt Delivery.
Just Ffe;eiued, ; ; : v
FROM THE EASTERN MARKETS,,
NEW FALL and WINTER DRY GOODS,
. CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS,
, ,i ' - - - ' '
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. .
TBHMS STRICTLY CHSH.
FM SHOES f RUBBERS.
JOHN C. HERTZ