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To make room for new stock, and this
Every Piece of
In the House
New Goods ) a j rf
Large Stock) AL L
The Sale Prices are Cost.
Display in Center Window.
We are doubling our Store Room to make
room for ne-w Goods, and our present stock
has to go. Everything in the shape of
GItOTfllllG FOH EVERYBODY.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
-FOB BALE BY-
MAIER & BENTON.
J-JB. A. DIETRICH.
Physician and Surgeon,
(0 All professional calls promptly attende
to, day and night. aprl4
JOHN D. OEOGHEGAN,
Register D. S. Land Office, 1890-1S94.
Business Before the United States Land
Office a Specialty.
Wells Block, Main St., Vancouver, Clarke Co
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TUESDAY - - FEBRUARY 12, 1895
Leaves Prom the Notebook of Chronicle
The circait court term gives promise
of being a very short one.
M. V. Harrison is back at the court
house and ready to receive delinquent
The weather prognostications as prog
nosticated by the chief prognosticator at
Portland, are for tomorrow warmer and
enow or rain.
Smith Bros, will give a Valentine
party Thursday evening at Wingate's
hall. Class for children Saturday after
noon, from 1 to 3 o'clock.
Bo not neglect to see the atereppticon
views illustrating that grandest of mod'
ern romances, Ben-Hur, at the Congre
gational church tonight.
. The Regulator will make a Bpecial trip
to the Cascades Monday, taking freight
and passeagers to that point. She will
begin her regular trips Wednesday,
A lot of witnesses came up from Hood
River this afternoon, which indicates
that the grand jury are inquiring into
the case of Broadbent, held over from
The big poles for the new telephone
line are being put in place and a large
gang of men employed at the work. It
will be but a short time until the line is
ready tor operation.
The case of the State against G
Southwell, indicted for shooting a horse
belonging to an Indian, is on trial in the
circuit court. Most of the morning was
spent in selecting a jury.
The board of . fire delegates will meet
at the council chambers this evening at
8; o'clock, for the purpose of electing
officers, and the transaction of such
other business as may be necessary in
the interest of the department.
Since the San Francisco Examiner
set the pace, every little newspaper in
the country is getting the ladies of the
vicinity to edit one isBue of the paper
The last yiilage sheet to indulge in this
bit of laudation is the Tacoma News
The arrival of the steamer La Gas
cogne in New York, nearly ten days
overdue, has caused great reioicine,
Her long delay was caused by a broken
piston, and unusually heavy .weather,
The owners of the vessel claimed all the
the time that she was all right, and as
serted her ability to stand any sea.
It commenced snowing about 7 o'clock
this morning, and for an hour the fleecy
came down as thougjd determined to give
us another two or three feet of it, but at
the end of that time it let up. It is
getting pretty late in the season for
much of a enow storm, or at least for it.
to remain any length of time should it
We met J. B. Crossen this morning
wandering along disconsolately, looking
for a cat, and mourning because he found
him not. The lost Thomas is dressed in
a striped yellow and white suit, the
stripes running at right angles to the
longer axis of the feline, like those ot a
zebra. Up to the time of going to press,
we are sorry to ptate that we cannot
truthfully say "And the cat came back."
The vote at Salem is unchanged, and
is as follows : Dolph 39, Williams 11,
Weatherford 7, Hare 10, Lowell 10, Lord
7. Six members paired. There are
ly nine more legislative days, so that
taere is going to.be a settlement of the
uestion in the very near future. Dolph
is defeated, and the question now arises
as 4,0 who is the most available man on
whom all factions, or enough to elect,
can agree. The situation now means
either an outside man or one senator for
the next two years.
It is now the last call for delinquent
taxes, and in a short time the property
on which taxes are delinquent will be
advertised ana sold, and a large bill of
costs will be added. The county court
is determined to collect all delinquent
"flaxes and gives notice that no further
time will be given. The greatest leni
ency on the part of those charged with
the collection of the taxes has been ex
tended, and now forbearance, peases.
Just recollect that it is either pat up at
once or pay the extra costs.
All members of the fire board are re
nested to be present at the regular
onthly meeting in the council rooms
tonight at 8:30 p. m. Delegates-elect
will please provide themselves with
operly certified credentials.
W. H. Lochhbad, Sec'y
There will be public speaking at the
Congregational church, Wednesday
evening, Feb. 13th, at 8 o'clock, by
Grand Master Workman W. W. Brannin,
Come out and learn why you should
join the A. O. U. W. m-t-w
When Baby -was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Don't neglect that cough, it leads to
consumption. One Minute Cough Cure
possesses a double virtue. It cures and
cures quickly. Snipes-Kinersly, Drug
Record Tour Seeds.
I desire to call attention to the fact
that a considerable amount of real es
tate, both city and country, is not on
record in the name of the present
owners. "Hill's Code, page 1364, section
3027, provides that "Every conveyance
of real property within the state here
after made, which shall not be recorded
as provided in this title within five days
thereafter shall be void against any sub
sequent purchaser in good faith and for
a valuable consideration of ..the same
real property, or any portion thereof,
whose conveyance shall be first duly re
Now, since the county court has or
dered a record of . present owners to be
made, it seems to me that aside from the
consideration of litigation and annoy
ance which is likely to arise, every
owner ought to have some interest in
having his property properly recorded
and correctly listed. Of course every
body understands that that the primary
object in having a present ownership
record is to assist the assessor in making
up the assessment roll each year, and
it goes without saying that unless this
record shows present ownership . it will
confuse rather than assist him.
My contract requires me to show the
volume and page where each person's
title is . recorded, together with the date
and consideration named in the convey
ance. Therefore all I can do is to show
the last recorded deed to each piece of
property, although I may know from
other sources that it belongs to some
I would therefore suggest that all per.
sons owning any real property in the
county, look carefully over their deeds
and make sure that all have been re
corded as required by law, and thus in
sure a correct listing of it on the present
owner record, which is now being pre
pared. J. M. Huntington
The Dalles, Feb 11, 1895.
Real Xstate Transactions.
Kjity itecoraar j. v neaia oi iooa
(TRiver is in the citv.
N Mrs. Frank B. Stevens, after a visit
here, left last Friday mgbt for ber bome
Mrs. Peter, Miss Peter and Mrs. Loch-
miller left on the afternoon train for
Eugene, where they will make their
The following deeds were filed for rea
ord yesterday and today :
Lewis Perkins and wife to C. M
Thompson, the sw, eec 29, tp 1 n, r 14
e ; $150.
M. L. Jones and wife to George A
Liebe, nw, sec 30 and e4 of swj, sec
36, tp 3 s, r 15 e ; $1 and other consid
A. A. Bonney and wife to George A.
Liebe, all interest in last above described
The steamer Regulator will make a
trip to Cascades on Monday, the 18th
inst., and will carry freight and passen
gers. On Wednesday, tbe 2Uth mat.,
the Dalles City will leave Portland and
the Regulator will - leave Tbe Dalles,
making through connection on usual
time. Freight will ,be received at the
wharf on the 19th inst.
. . D. P.& A. N. Co.
Promptness is a commendable virtue,
That's why we offer you One Minute
Cough Care. It ia prompt in relief and
prompt in' curing.' That's what it is
made for. Snipes-Kmersly Drug Co.
1. .O. .. X. Entertainment.
The members of Dalles lodge, No. 2, 1.
O. .G. T., will give an entertainment in
K. of P. iiall, .Saturday evening, Feb,
16, at 8 o'clock. A good program has
been prepared, after the rendering of
whicb .reshrnents ,wiU be served A
cordial joyitation is extended to all.
Admission, 15, cents.
Sugar jCured Hams. 11 cents per lb;
Boneless Hams, 9 .cents per Jb. ; 51b Pail
Lard, 50 cents ; JLOlb PaU Lard, ,o cents,
at .Columbia Packing .Co.'s. tf.
John Reith. of Lewis and Clarke, says
the Astoria Budget, is the owner of a
cow that is entitled to the blue ribbon
for teriaciousness of life. Last Thursday
night she fell into a well that was 25 feet
deep, and after being raised to near the
top, with block and tackle, three times,
she was finally landed on top none the
worse for her impromptu tumble.
ARE THE BEST
who care to pay a little more than the cost
of ordinary trade cigarettes will find the
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
Made from the highest cost Gold Leaf
grown in Virginia, and are
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.,
BUILDIE : MATERIALS
Garden and Timber Seeds just re
ceived. A large assortment.
E. J. COLLINS & CO.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
5 E5 23
15 G-arden and 15
in Bulk, at
J. H. Cross'
Peed & Gro- tj-j,
3$ S I
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
TKiia nnH.tnnirn Rrawnrr in now tarnins? 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 ony the first-class article will be placed on
he market. .
The AMERICAN BELL TELEPHONE CO.
125 Milk St, Boston, Mass.
This company owns Letters Patent
No. 463,569, granted to Emile Berliner
November 17, 1891, for 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 i cover funda
mental inventions and embrace all forms
of microphone transmitters and of car
bon telephones ' . an28
T. A. VAN NORDEN,
Oreg-on Railway A Nltitlon Company
Watch Repairer and Inspector.
Repairing; of Fine Watches a Specialty.
lOe Second St., THE DALLES, OR.