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Tlie Bedroom Set and
Bicycle will be present
ed to the lucky guessers
Saturday night, Decem
ber 1st, 1894.
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FRIDAY. - - NOVEMBER 30. 1894
v BRIEF MENTION.
Leaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
Rubber Weather Stripe at Maier &
License to wed was issued today to
Orin Depee and Miss Elmiia Rowland.
Seattle outplayed Multnomah in the
football game at Portland yesterday, and
won by a score of 8 to 0.
There will be a . business meeting of
the Epworth League, this evening at
7 :30, in the lecture room of M. E. church.
A communication received this morn
ing detailing the trip by the Knight to
the Locks yesterday, was crcwdedout on
account of its length.
The city marshal and street commis
sioner were busily engaged this morning
in building a woodshed by the side of
the city recorder's office.
According to the Oregonian the faro
dealers in Portland are putting their
gambling tools in soak, and that boxes,
cards and cases maybe seen in the pawn
Hereafter all county warrants will be
issued payable to order, and the county
treasurer will not stamp or list them un
til they are endersed by the party to
whom they are payable.
Capt. A. S. Blowere is up from Hood
River attending an adjourned meeting
of the county court. Hereafter this
court will meet about the last of each
month to audit the accounts of the
The city recorder had three individu
als before him this morning who had
taken in a trifle too much liquid cele
bration yesterday. The recorder got a
good grip on his feeling, and fined them
the customary amount.
The awarding of the prizes at Pease &
Mays', that is to say the presentation ot
the beautiful bedroom set, and the mak
ing of some boy or girl exceedingly
happy by becoming the owner of an ele
gant bicycle, will take place tomorrow
The dance given by the Gesang Yerein
Wednesday night was well attended, the
house , being crowded. In fact the only
feature about the affair that was not
perfect was that the dancers were too
numerous, the floor being over-crowded.
After prayer meeting at the M. E.
church last evening the question, which
was in substance "Shall women be ad
mitted as delegates to the general con
ference?" was voted upon, and as far as
the Methodists of The Dalles are con
cerned, they shall.
A special feature of the dances given
by the Orchestra union, will be a prize
for lady and another for gentleman.
Coupons will be given each couple as
they enter .the ballroom and the last
Saturday of each month the prizes will
be awarded to the holder of the coupon
drawn from the box.
The co-partnership heretofore existing
between F. N. Jones and H. Q. Jordan,
under the firm name of Jones & Jordan,
has been this day dissolved by mutual
consent, F. N. Jones continuing the bus
iness and assuming any liabilities of the
firm and collecting all amounts due.
Cards were received yesterday an
nouncing the marriage of Cora Lavelle,
daughter of Mr. H. H. Allen, and
Samuel Starrow, Wednesday, Dec. 12,
1894, at North Yakima. Miss Allen haa
many friends in The Dalles, which was
her former home, who wish her prosper
ity and happiness.
Yesterday the usual turkey shoot of
the day took place on the.beach near the
depot. Mr. A. Y. Marsh put up the
turkeys while the other fellow put up.
the money. The birds were placed in
position as targets at a distance of 230
yards and are said to have brought in a
net return of $19 each.
Saturday as Charlie Snipes was at
tempting 'to lasso a pony to ride from
the Snipes place, about two miles below
town, into the city, the horse kicked
him twice in the abdomen, and as he
attempted to get away crushed him
against the barn, injuring him seriously,
and hope of his recovery is slight.
Quite a number of our local nimN
rods indulged in a pigeon shoot on
the beach yesterday. Some 300 birds
were fired at, and but few escaped.
Those taking part in the shooting were
Messrs. Bronson, Palmer, Keller, Fain
Somers, W. Young, Marsh, Anderson
and Tom and Isaac Joles. The shooting
was kept up until dark.
The Oregonian today contains a half
column article concerning the sale of
the Regulator and Dalles City, to the
O. R. & N. Co. There is absolutely
nothing in the' rumor, which is simply
one of a hundred others started concern
ing the D. P. & A. N. Cos. boats. When
this boat line is sold it will be time
enough for fiie Portland papers to make
a note of the fact. As it is these notices
seem to be intended for no other purpose
than to injure the business of the boats.
We have been unable to chase down a
rumor concerning some new improve
ments that are to be made, and some
new industries to be started here in the
near future. We did run them down far
enough that one who pretends to know
says the arrangements are not yet com
pleted sufficiently to give them publi
city, but that there is good foundation
for the rumor. The proposed industries
are an elevator, with 100-barrel mill, and
a scouring mill, all to be built within
the next few months.
Through the work of the Lane county
court in going over the assessment rolls
and bringing to time those who neg
lected to properly report their poses
'sions in the form of notes and mort
gages, the taxable ' property in the
county has been raised $52,682. Over
100 persons were summoned to appear
before the court, and of this number the
assessment of forty-six were raised.
One man's assessment was raised $10,
000, and on several a raiee of from $1,000
to $2,000 was made.
. Much solicitude is felt for James
Peters., the veteran roadmaster who now
has charge of the track department for
the entire Oregon Railway & Navigation
system, who is reported ill at his home
in Umatilla. Mr. Peters, commonly
known as "Young Peters," is between
60 and 65 years of age, and is the oldest
employe of the O. R. & N. His years
have had no effect on his activity, unless
it be that he has each year become more
active, and devotes more time to his
duties than when he was younger.
There was an amusing feature of the
suit of Klamath county against Howe's
bondsmen. , Charlie Moore was one of
the sureties, and consequently a defend
ant. As county judge, he bad the enit
instituted against himself, and was,
therefore, plaintiff. ' He was, in fact, a
client of counsel on both sides. When a
verdict for the county was given, Judge
Moore laughingly gave his band to Dis
trict Attorney Benson and said : "Well,
we knocked 'em outj" the judge himself
being knocked out to the tune of several
The trial of Savage, begun Wednesday
afternoon, occupies the attention of the
circuit court today, and has drawn quite
a full house. This morning we noticed
a number of ladies in the courthouse,
As the trial progresses the interest will
become greater, especially when the de
fense opens its case. . The publication of
the testimony in the preliminary exam
ination gave pretty full information as
to the case for the prosecution. How
ever there will be some additional testi
mony. Walter Rowe was brought here
Tuesday, and his testimony will be
taken. The cross-examination of the
witnesses is thorough and the case is
ragging along slowly.
The K. of P.'s Visit the Locks.
A goodly number of Knights of Pythias
went -to the Cascade Locks yesterday
afternoon in a special car, for the pur
pose ot assisting in conferring the ranks
and for a fraternal visit to Pythagoras
lodge of that place. An inspection of
the government works was made and
then everybody went to dinner at the
Glass restaurant owned and managed by
Dr. Candiana. After dinner the visitors
repaired with their hosts to the K. of P.
hall where all three ranks were conferred.
The boys arrived home about 4 o'clock
this morning, highly pleased with their
trip and enthusiastic in their praises ot
On and after Dec. 1st, 1894, all county
warrants issued by the county clerk will
be made payable to order, and no county
warrant will be stamped or listed by the
county treasurer unless endorsed by the
party to whom said order isissued.
By order of the County Court.
A. S. Blowebs, G. C. Blakeley,
County Com'r. County Judge.
Born, Nov. 28th, to the wife of Wm.
Endersby, a son.
Mrs. Robert Clark and son, William,
of Baker City are spending a few days
with Wm. Endersby, a brother of the
former, before leaving for California.
Mr. Underwood will preach at the
ball Sunday, Dec. 2d. A large aitend
ance is desired. W.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. -When
she became Mias, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
DRY CORD WOOD,
HAY and GRAIN,
all at the lowest prices at
MAI ER & BENTON.
Opens December 1, 1894, and Closes
January 15, 1895.
During this time the Dalles, Portland
& Astoria Navigation Company will sell
tickets from The Dalles to Portland and
return, including two meals on the
steamer Dalles City at $2.50. Tickets
limited to ten days fronrdate of sale.
Regulator will leave" at 7 a. m. and
the Dalles City will arrive at Portland
at 5:30 p. m. Quick transfers at the
locks. r W, C. AlXAWAY,
nov22-tf Gen. Agent.
Mr. C. P. Heald of Hood River is in
the city. ..,v .
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sherar arrived
from 508 ton this morning.
Mr. Henry Cram, now of Oregon City,
spent yesterday at his borne in this city,
Miss Gertrude French came up from
Portland Wednesday, and will return
Mr. and Martin Donnell came over
from Goldendale Wednesday to spend
Following is the list of letters remain
ing in the poBtoffice at The Dalles un
called for Dec. 1, 1894. Persons calling
for the same will give date on which
they were advertised :
Baker, H E Bell, B F
Buffington, Mrs A WCampbell, B A
Cravens, Miss E Clark, Mrs M J
Campbell, J C Campbell, D
Crow, H " Cole, F J
Davis, Miss F Dimick, J S
Dunn, Thos Finley, Ed
Geary, Andy Gilmore, Miss Alice
Hastings, J ti Hubard, W E
Hunter, A Jones, W A
Kemery, John (2) Kinyon, G A (3)
Kircheimer, A M Salamon, Sarah
Lowery, Chas Martin, Mrs Nannie
Mormally, A D Morgan, A
Oty, George Phillips & Son
Rouch, More Stout, A J
Scott, Walter Stupack, A
Smith, Louisa ' Smith, Mrs P M
Tourangron, Dave Thomas, Wm
J. A. Cbossen, P .M.
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Runco & Swift's big spectacular Uncle
Tom's Cabin Co., will show at the
opera house Wednesday night, Dec. 5th.
The company carries two sets of scenery,
so that they can put their play on any
stage. After leaving here they go to
Portland to play a five days engagement
in the Marquam. This alone should be
a sufficient guarantee of the company's
standing. The play is an old one, but
none the less good. '
8100 Reward, SIOO.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages and that is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con
stitutional disease, requires a constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous . surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying . the . founda--tion
of the disease, and ; giving the pa
tient strength by building up the consti
tution and assisting nature to do its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its cultivative powers, that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
y"Sold by Druggists, 75c.
All pain banished by Dr. Mllea1 Pain Pills.
Dr. Miles' Pain Pills cure Neuralgia.
All we ask is to call and examine our prices, and you
will be convinced that they are the lowest in the city.
TERMS STRICTLY CKSH.
We are Still in It,
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,
and Trade with-
Telephone No. 20.
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 millinerv store in Portland.
We bought them for 25 cents on the Dollar,
and can give you bargains.
ME SHOES ? RISES
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
' This -well-known Brewery is now
east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health
ful Beer have been introduced, and pny the first-class article will be placed on
he market. . ' .
AT POPUliflH PAIGES.
FULL STOCK OF
COLLINS & CO.
THE RELIABLE TIUM.
turning out the best Beer and Porter