Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1895)
Is not the Time to Buy
To make room for new stock, and this
ReqaMlBss t of $ Priees.
i 4 .
Wouldn't you rather have one now?
$10.00 Overcoats will be marked $6.30.
$14.00 Overcoats will be marked $9.40.
$18 to $20 Overcoats will be marked $13.10.
These Prices are! -
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
Well, Less tin an Cost.
PEASE & MAYS.
10e eaeh. Former price, 50e.
TJse, as a general thing, just on top of
stove. If great heat is required, use
without the stove lid.
No etirring required for oat meal, milk,
rice, custards, blanch mange, jellies,
butters, catsups, apple sauce, etc., etc
In fact, nothing will burn on it. Coffee
will not boil over if the pot is on the
mat; bread toasts nicelv on it. Trv it
and be convinced. For the nursery,
there is nothing equal to heat the milk
and food for the baby.' If a grate . fire,
lay the mat on the open fire. If the
mat becomes soiied, do not wash or
scrape, but turn the soiled part next to
fire, and burn until clean.
We are doubling our Store Room to make
room for . new Goods, and our present stock
has to go. Everything in the shape of
GliOTJilMG M EVEHYBODY.
-FOR SALE BY-
MAIER & BENTON,
. XKT. HARRIS,
JK. A. UIETKICII.' - . -
. Physician and Surgeon,
0 All professional calls promptly attende
to, day and night. aprl4
JOHN I. GEOGHEOAK,
Register U. S. Land Office, 1890-1891.
Business Before the United States Land
Office at Specialty.
Wells Block, Main St, Vancouver, Clarke Co'
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
ntered a the Postoffice at The Dalles, Oregon
as second-class matter.
, Regular Our
Ckrtnicle aid R. T. Tribune $2.50 $1.75
" and Weekly Oregonian 3.00 2.00
aid Wecilj Eiaminer 3.25 2.25
' " Weekly lfe York World. .... 2.25 2.00
10 Ceuui per line for first insertion, and 5 Cents
uer line for each subsequent insertion.
Special rates for long time notices.
All local notices received later -than 8 o'clock
will appear the following day.
WEDNESDAY, - JANUARY 30, 1895
Leaves From tne Notebook of Chronicle
B. McFarland is in the city.
invited to attend the revival
at tne M. Hi. church every
The Guild of St. Paul's church will
meet tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon,
tbe-ivestry of the church at 2 :30.
Government work was resumed yes
terday at Cascade Locks, and 450 men
were pat to work. This will be wel
come news to the people in the interior,
who devoutly hope for the completion
, of the locks.
aarles Fowler was hurt worse than
we reported yesterday. It seems that
his leg was broken in two places, and
his hip dislocated. Besides this, the
cow kicked him on the head, making
a bad cut.
Mr. Ryan, whose leg was broken while
coasting Monday, had his injuries at
tended to by Dr. Logan, and is made as
comfortable 'as possible. He ' will re
main here instead of going to the hospi
tal at Portland.
Yesterday , one , deed was filed for
record, it being that of John E. Johnson
and wife ' to Horace Knight, lots G and
H, block 21, Fort Dalles Military Addi
tion to Dalles City; $600. Today one
deed was filed, that of Robert Mays and
wife to John Brookhouse, 28.59 acres in
section 15, t 2, s of r 13 e w m ; $35.
The literary society will give an open
meeting some time next month, proba
bly near Washington's birthday, which
will be one of ' the events of the year.
One of the large churches will be secured
and an attractive- program be prepared.
The address of the evening will be de
livered by a prominent citizen of The
Dalles, while music and literary exer
cises by members of the society will fill
out the balance of the evening. -
Lhe Regulator will look like a new
boat when she leaves the wharf again to
make regular trips. The interior cabins
have been painted throughout and make
a vast improvement. Other repairs will
be made to the lower deck and macbin
ery. People along the river will gladly
welcome the Bound of the Regulator's
whistle as it reverberates between the
mountains that line the Columbia.
The Taine club was entertained Mon
day evening by Mrs. C. J. Crandall.
A full attendance was present and
the evening very pleasantly spent.
The author for discussion was Sir
Walter Scott and the members read
"The Lady of the Lake." After the
the reading was through music occupied
the rest of the evening followed by a
sumptuous lunch. ' The Taine class is
yery popular and the literary work
proves very interesting to the members.
The young people of the Congrega
tional church entertained their friends
last evening in a very hospitable man'
ner at the home of Mr. B. S. Hunting'
ton. The rooms were crowded with
friends of the church, and laughter and
merriment held sway till a late hour,
The music by the quartette was very
much enjoyed. A feature of the evening
was the serving of hot "flapjacks,"
delicately cooked and very palatable
Games and ' conversation caused the
evening to pass very pleasantly. A neat
sum was realized towards paying the
Yesterday evening tjie wind suddenly
began to pour up the canyon, and in less
than no time the snow began to melt,
It could hardly be called a Chinook
wind, not having the balmly and spring
like warmth of that genial breeze, and
besides it seemed to come from the
orthwest. It kept up its gait all night,
"'uuu" unucinioo giv
ing notice of its presence. The snow,
while melting, has not disappeared as
it would before a genuine Chinook, but
the day has been bright, full of sun
shine, and beautiful. The coasting is
ruined for the present, though there is
ice enough left on track if it should turn
colder, to again make it good.
No Material Chance in tne
The Tittell Sisters Are Coming.
Manager - Birgield,' of the Baldwin
Opera House, received word today that
the Tittell Sisters, whose inability to
fulfill their engagement this week caused
such regret, will appear " iu "The Dalles
next Monday and ' Tuesday" nights,
They were unavoidably detained on this
laBt occasion. All tickets previously
bought will be good for these nights,
There will doubtless be a large crowd
present, so those intending to go had
better obtain seats early.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung-to Castoria.
When she had Children, ahe gave them Castoria,
STILL FORTY-TWO VOTES-
Shiloh's Cure is sold on a guarantee.
It cures incipient Consumption. It is
the best cough cure. Only one cent a
dose 25cts., 50cts., and $1.00.
' Cows for Sale.
Parties wanting fresh milk cows can
obtain them by calling on A. Fields at
his place near Crate's point. ' j26-tf
The dispatch from Salem today shows
no material change in the senatorial
situation. Dolph holds his own and
neither gains nor loses. Williams loses
five from his vote of yesterday, while
Lowell gains one. The two votes for
Gatch were probably cast for Claude
Gatch, the present mayor of Salem, and
son of Prdf. T. M. Gatch, formerly
principal of the Wasco Independent
Academy in this city. The vote in de
tail is: Dolph 42, Hare 10, Weather-
ford 8, Hermann 10, Williams 5, Lord 5.
Moore 1, Lowell 4, Barkley 1, Gatch 2,
Cooper, who yesterday Toted for George
H. Williams, today cast his vote for Mr,
Dolph, while Davis changed from Dolph
to Lowell. - - ;
The perplexity shows no sign of clear
mg, and neither .Dolph nor any other
man has a better show of election than
last week '- : - ;: ' " '' ' ' 1
A Small Museum.
Our jeweler, Mr. Garretson, is accum
mating a regular museum of curiosities
in his show window. To his original
Arizona fruit exhibit, consisting of cen
tipedes, snakes, tarantulas, scorpions
and other delicacies of the desert, he re
cently added a two-headed lamb, and
day before yesterday a fine collection of
fossils. The latter were obtained from
Justice L. S. Davis, who is an enthusias
tic student of geology, and takes great
interest in these fossilized remains of
prehistoric animals. Their story is told,
the story of the . time ere Adam was
created, by the bones that, covered
countless ages ago, are now ' unearthed
to tell alone the brief tale of that long
The vegetation, too, has left in the
sedimentary rocks of the John Day re
gion, and tell us that the climate at that
time was ' tropical. The leaves of the
cocoa tree and the fig : are found mixed
with those of the alder and the dak ; and
with the bones of the horse the little eo
hippers, that was only as large as an
average-sized dog, are found those of the
sabre-tooth tiger, an ' immense fellow
with tushes six inches long, the tapir
the camel, and a general assortment of
beasts known to modern days, as well as
some the fossils of which are found no
where except in the John Day beds
The state of Oregon should take some
steps towards creating a museum where
the rare and valuable products of the
FoBsii beds could be preserved.
I Caution to Telephone Purchasers.
The .Northern I'aciac Kailway com'
pany uses a large number of private tele'
phones at various places throughout the
length' of its "roads, which' have been
heretofore leased from the Bell telephone
company, through' whose territory the
road runs A few months ago, by cir
cular letter froni headquarters, the Bell
telephones, were ordered out and were
replaced ' by '"infringing'' telephones' of
other manufacturers. ' ? -
' The change,' in its usual course, came
the attention of the counsel of the
company, who decided that tne guar
antees of the manufacturers were no pro
tection, and it was hazardous to subject
the Northern Pacific railway company to
later litigation and the payment of large
damages, so last week a circular was re
ceived by all offices discontinuing the in
fringing instruments, and the Bell tele
phone have been ordered replaced.
Any telephone set up m complete
working order, embodies a dozen or
more patents depending upon each other
for a satisfactory and working whole,
and therefore the expiration of one or
two of these patents does not open to
free us a complete or even a workable
telephone. ' m-w-f.
Dalles Opera House
loniay and Tuesday Imm,
FEBRUARY 4 and 5, 1895. -
Supported by W. S. FORD'S
-. . Company of Players. - '
i : . .... '
Monday Evening. "Drifted Apart"
Tuesday Evening a double bill
. ."My Uncle's Will' followed Dy
-Augustine Daly's comedy drama
Reserved Seats on sale at Blakeley &
Houghton's drugstore. - ,
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 Gold Leaf
grown in Virginia,' and are
String1 of Fish.
Is not Carried
up 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 Coffee in town. A fine
lot of New Breakfast Foods.
DAIRY BUTTER (Dufur
This is January 10, 1895. Have you
got any of Wasco county's warrants reg
istered prior to Feb. 1, 1891? They will
be paid if presented at my office. In
terest ceases after Jan. 10, 1895.
'.- ' ' ' . , - Wm, Michell,
For all those who calif on
us we have bargains" in Fine
Goods; for those who don't,
J. B. CROSSEN,
Ask Central for 62.
The AMERICAN BELL TELEPHONE CO.
: -':.!'"'' ' ' . . . '
125 Milk St, Boston, Mass.
This company owns Letters Patent
No. 463,569, granted to Emile Berliner
November 17, lsyi, tor a combined tele
graph and telephone, and controls Let
ters Patent No. 474,231, granted to Thos.
A. Edison May 3. 1892, for a speaking
telegraph, which Patents cover funda
mental inventions and embrace all forms
of microphone transmitters and of car
bon telephones. . . . . jan28
T. A. VAN NORDEN,
latches, Clocks, Jewelry
Oregon Railway & Navigation Company
Watcb Kepalrer and Inspector.
Repairing of Pine -Watches a Specialty.
toe Second St., THE DALLES, OR.
E. J. COLLINS & CO. will occupy
this space. Keep 'your eyes open.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r. -
This well-known Brewery is now turning out the best Beer and Porter
east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health
ful Beer have been' introduced, and ony the first-class article will be placed on
be market .-". :.:'; ; " . ' . '