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Is not the Time to Buy
To make room for new stock, and this
Regardless s of t Priees.
$10.00 Overcoats will be
$14.00 Overcoats will be
$18 to $20 Overcoats will be
These Prices are.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
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. price price
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A JF s.
JANUARY 19. 1895
Leaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
The weather indications for tomorrow
are occasional snow and slightly cooler.
Jos. T. Peters & Co., have cord wood,
which is desirable in all respects and
respectfully solicit your orders.
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Diego,
Cal., says : "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
is the first medicine I have ever fonnd
that would do me any good." Price 50c.
Among the beautiful floral tributes at
the funeral of Orla Connelly today were
three pieces sent by Mrs. Chas. Stabling
that were, indeed, .beautiful. They
were an anchor, a heart and a cross, all
made of white flowers.
In the printed list of bills allowed by
the county commissioners, as it ap
peared in yesterday's paper, was one of
T. T. Nicholas that got slightly mixed
Instead of being meals furnished for In
dian paupers, it should have been Indian
witnesses. : Neither the county nor Mr'.
Nicholas are engaged in feeding Indian
paupers. - - .
. The steamer Alameda, which arrived
in Pari Francisco- yesterday, brought ad'
vises from Hawaii . up to thee 11th. A
man named Bertelmann, a royalist, was
supposed to be using his house as a stor
mg place for arms. A search warrant
was issued to the marshal, who, with a
posae, went to Bertelmann's house to
make the search, when the natives at-
tacked them. Charles Lt Carter, one of
the annexation commissioners was killed,
An incipient revolution was quelled!. by
prompt action, though some desultory
fighting was going ou when the Alameda
left."" " " " "' '
t Lift your hat reverently, says the
Rural World, when you pass the teacher
r of a primary school. She is the great
angel of the world. She takes the bant
ling fresh from the home nest, full of
pouts and passions an ungovernable
little pest whose own ' mother honestly
admits that she sends him to school to
get rid of him. The lady who knows
her business takes a whole carload of
these anarchists, one of whom; single
handed and alone is more than a match
for his parents, and at once puts them
in a way of being useful and upright citi
Wouldn't you rather have one now?
k j. i i :t . -i
At wueipanooi ion, patience,
' r, l : i t : tt. i i f
duui ncniiiicso: vuur ua u
A. Real Social.
One of the most pleasant events pf the
season was the social given by the
Christian Endeavor Society of the Con
gregational church, at the old Irvine
place, now the residence' of J. H. Phir-
man, three miles below town. S
large sleighs full of pleasure seekers Uefi
the Congregational chnreb about 8
o'cloet, while other parties went in their.
own conveyances. The house .was
crowded with people, all of whom seemed
to be having a splendid time. . Old
fashioned erames were slaved and everv
one entered into the festivities with zest.
After sumptuous refreshments the merry
household dispersed and the sleighs sped
homeward over the frozen snow, while
the jingle of the bells and the songs of
youth made merry music all the way.
The Umzoree Social club was out in full
force and made enough noise to almost
raise the dead. ' The net receipts were
something over $20.
The Cause of It. '
After receiving permission from the
elders of the First Christian church to
preach in the church on Sunday, I made
announcements to that effect. Certain
persons having objected to me preaching
in the church, and not wishing to be the
cause of any trouble, I hereby recall my
appointments for Sunday.
J. W. Jenkins.
Funeral of Orla Connelly.
The Funeral of Orla M. Connelly took
place this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from
the Methodist church. The building
was crowded, with sorrowing, school
mates, who were present to pay their
last token of respect to their former
schoolmate. , '' The ..coffin was covered
with flowerB, and the funeral services
were conducted by Mr. Wm. Michell,
the pastor, Rev. Whisler, being sick. .
In this city, Friday night, Jan. 18 th,
to the wife of Col. Geo. T. Thompson, a
When Baby was sick, we gave ber Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla,
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla.
In this city, Saturday morning, Jan
19th, of heart disease, Patrick Maloney,
aged bo years.
Bncklen's Armci Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevei
Bores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion . or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale Dy Snipes & Kin
ersly. , .
Dr. Milea'NBRVi Plasters core RHETJMA-
XIBM. Wl-AH At OrUgglBtS. Only 250,
Less ttian Cost.
Ve TV ere Fairly In It.
There is a scarcity of local news that
amounts .almost to a famine. We have
perambulated the streets with as much
speed as our distrust of the slippery
sidewalks and our combination of ach
ing joints would permit; but the har
vest was small and the grain withered.
Concerning those eame sore joints, we
might add, "thereby hangs a t
e left borne this morning in
proud consciousness that we were pretty
well up in the wotld, we paused a mo
mont at the head of the stairs leading up
the bluff from Laughlin street, while we
cast our poetical eye, and .flap its prose
fellow, over the city, lying so peacefully
below, with some parts of it sticking out
through the sheets of snow, its only cov
ering, and then .we started down that
long flight of stairs. Like the launch
ing of the ship, we started slowly, dig
nifiedly, but in an unguarded moment w
gathered an accelerated; momentum,
which, commencing with our feet, soon
made itself felt in the shape of a thrill
along our editorial keel, as it were. 1 Our
right foot slid outward and upward tow
ards the proposed boat railway, while
the left, with a few spasmodic gyrations,
struggled toward Crate's point. Owing
to this sudden freak upon the part of
our hitherto . steady and reliable feet,
our legs were not long enough to reach
from our body to the steps, and the at
traction of gravitation taking advan
tage .'of the situation, brought us . in
media reg, so to speak, in contact with
the stairs. Then our feet started in a
mad race for the bottom, the balance of
our system making strenuous efforts to
keep up with them,' while our coccyx
brought tears to our eyes as it grabbed
frantically at the rough edge - of each
Btep. as we slid over it..
To our excited imagination the sound
reminded us . of the early days of our
childhood, when we used to sit on the
shady side of the kitchen on Saturday
afternoons, in the summer, time, while
our good old grandmother put our soli
tary pair ot pants through the washtub,
so that we might get to Sunday school
the next day. It sounded exactly like
it-did then when one of the few buttons
we had neglected to remove, struck the
We managed to check up at the first
landing, having traversed, by actual
count, twenty-six steps on the down
ward path. Fortunately our pants were
not torn, so that we did not have to lose
time while they were' being mended.
Broken bones, bruised flesh and lacer
ated feelings will heal themselves in
time, but a Cleveland badge once al
lowed to invade the bosom of the edito
rial trouserloons is there forever. Hence
we rejoice at our lucky escape.
A. New Enterprise.
Mr. Douglas S. Dufur of The Dalles,
Or-, and- Fred D. Hill of Portland, Or.,
will form a co-partnership on , the 1st of
February,' 1895, for .the purpose of con
ducting an expert Stenographing, Type
writing.and Mimeographing business.. In
addition to the above they will also con-
Order your CORD
WOOD from us. We
have Choice Dry FIR,
OAK and MAPLE,
and deliver all orders
MAIER & BENTON.
duct a general real-estate, ' fire-insurance,
abstract of land., titleey. collection ,
loans, and conveyancing business, and
will open their office in the Bettingen
building, corner of Court and Second
streets. Both are young men, well and
favorably known in this community.
Mr. Dufur is the pvesent incumbent
in the recorder's chairt and his. ability
s a type-writer and business man is
ufficiently known in this community
to need no further comment or recom
mendation. Mr. Fred D. Hill, is the ex-official
stenographer and type-writer for the
government at the Pine Ridge Indian
Agency, and he is a pronounced expert
stenographer and type-writer, having
recommendations from some of the lead
ing men of the United States.
This firm will endeavor to conduct
their business on a fair and square basis,
and all matters entrusted to them will
receive prompt and instant attention. -
These young men deserve a share of
the public patronage in their line of
business, and we have no doubt but
that they will -make a grand success of
their new undertaking, as such a busi
ness as they intend to engage in will be
a great benefit to the business man and
lawyer of this country. They have our
best wishes in their new enterprise.
A Peculiar Case.
From the Glacier we learn of a trial
held , in Baldwin precinct which is
unique. ' It seems that a man named
Fredenburg bought a farm at sheriff's
sale, on which another man 'named
Francisco was living. Fredenburg noti
fied Francisco - that threa months rent
was due, amounting to $12, and this not
being paid, Francisco was arrested for
trespass. At the trial the state was rep
resented by George Wishart, the defense
by John Dimmick, and the defendant
was fined $15, and in default of payment
was sentenced to seven days in jail.
Owing to the deep snow the prisoner
was kept by the constable for a week.
At last it was decided to start to The
Dalles. A box was mounted on a pair of
snowshoes and Francisco was mounted
on the box. Constable McKamey, L.
Tomilson and J. Wishart acted in the
capacity of reindeer or horses and pro
ceeded to draw this oddly constructed
sled. After traveling a few miles in this
manner they abandoned their sled and
put the prisoner on a horse and pro
ceeded to Hood River.
It seems very time the sled tipped the
least bit, Francisco would roll off in the
snow and lay there until they picked
him up and placed him on the seat in
this novel cutter. After a while this
got to be tiresome, and they concluded
they could travel with more speed and
less trouble if they placed their prisoner
on a horse. As Francisco had no desire
to roll, off the horse,' they at last reached
Hood River. .; From , Hood Biyer they
proceeded to ' take the offender to - The
Dalles. ' Imagine Y their. consternation
when the authorities refused . to put the
prisoner in . jail ! - All their trouble and
time was spent for naught, not to men
tiqn the week's board and lodging., ,
We are doiibliiig our Store Room to make
room for new Goods, and our present stock
has to go. Everything in the shape of
JK. A. DIETRICH,
Physician and Surgeon,
Etf All professional calls promptly attende
to, day aud night. aprl4
ARE THE BEST
who care to pay a little more than the cost
of ordinary trade cigarettes will find the
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
Made from the highest cost Hold Taf
grown in Virginia, and are
. Notice.' "
All city warrants registered prior to
February 3, 1892, are now due and pay
able at my office. ' . Interest ceases after
this date. ' 1. 1. Bubgbt, City Treas. .
Dated Dalles City ..Jan. 1, 1895.
cottage to rent
E. J. COLLINS & CO. will occupy
this space. Keep your eyes open.
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r. '
This well-known Brewery is now turning out the best Beer and Portei
east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health
ful Beer have been introduced, and on. y the first-class article will be placed oa
he markt.. . .. ' -'
JOHH IJ. GEOOHEGAN,
Register V. 8. land Office, 1890-1894.
Business Before tae United States Land
Office a Specialty.
Wells Block, Main St., Vancouver, Clarke Co
String1 of Fish.
Is not Carried
tip a Side Street.
It's just about as important
to let folks know that we've
got extra fine Hams and Ba
con, Eastern Buckwheat Flour,
genuine Maple Syrup. The
Finest Coffeejin town. A fine
lot of New JBreakfast Foods.
DAIRY BUTTER (Dufur)
For all those who callon
us we have bargains in Fine
Goods; for those who don't,
J. B. CROSSEN,
Ask Central for 62.