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FRIDAY - - MARCH 8, 1895
LeMTfli From the Notebook of Chronicle
C. E. Bayard announces himself as a
candidate for the office of school clerk.
By request I desire to state that I will
be a candidate for school clerk again,
tf E. Jacobson.
Mrs. C. L. Phillips desires to announce
thai she has just received her spring
stock of millinery, which she now has at
her home. She will move the same into
the rooms being prepared for her on
Washington street, Monday or Tuesday.
The Wasco Warehouse Co. have on
sale at their warehouse Seed Wheat,
Feed Wheat, Barley, Barley Chop, Oats
and Hay. Are sole agents in The Dalles
for the now celebrated Goldendale roller
mills flour, the best flour in the market,
and sold only in ton lots or over. 9-tf
The committee of physicians appointed
by the city council to select a site for a
pest bouse yesterday agreed upon a site
the other side of the old military bury
ing ground, and the work of erecting a
building was begun yesterday afternoon.
The building will be 24 feet square, one
story an-1 will contain four rooms. It
will be completed tomorrow.
The weather clerk seems determined
to make amends for the' deep snows he
sent ns in January and is furnishing a
quality of weather that is above par.
The result is that the city ia duller just
,uow than it has been for years, every
t ermer ia.at work with all the help he
can get scratching the cuticle of bid
mother earth, and preparing to sow
bread microbes and biscuit bacteria.
The acreage promises to. be large, and
witu a little rain two months from now
the harvest should be a generous one.
Dew Seats ' Needed.
Anyone who has recently paid a visit
to the Central school in this city could
not well avoid noticing the seats in the
different rooms of that building. The
seats were put in there years ago, and
Are bnilt of heavy lumber, and are' not
in any sense adapted to the convenience
or comfort of the scholars," especially
tne little fellows. None ' of " the
small,, .pupils can lean against
"tie back of their seat and have the use
of - their desk, the seats . and desks
in every room being so far back as to
We Sell on Small Margin of Profits.
enable a grown person to Bit down with
out crowding. Aside from this, the
seats are becoming worn,' and "in some
cases full of slivers. : Yesterday we were
told of a case of a small boy going borne
with a sliver an inch long in that part
of his anatomy which left the eeat last
as he slid oat. The building should be
supplied with new seats, and some re
gard had for the comfort of the scholars.
The remedy suggested is the proper
one, only the application seems to be
wrong. The building is all right, but
what's the matter with giving new seats
to that is to say re-seatiug the boys.
As the seats are becoming "worn and
full of slivers," the boys have a right to
demand this repairing.
Attention O. N. G.
THIRD REGIMENT OF INFANTRY,
Oregon National Guard,
The Dalles, Or., March 8, 1895.
1. The field, staff, non-commissioned
staff, G company and the hospital corps
will report at 12 :30 o'clock on-Saturday,
March 9, 1895, fully uniformed, armed
and equipped for the purpose of attend
ing the funeral of G. V. Bolton, the late
mayor of Dalles City. '
2. G company and the hospital corps
will report at the armory of G company ;
the field, staff and non-commissioned
staff will report at the headquarters
office. The field and staff will parade
By order of Colonel Thompson.
' . H. H. Riddell,
' ' " Adjutant.
ARMORY Q COMPANY,
THIRD REGIMENT, O. N. G.
The Dalles, Or., March 8,
The members of G company will re
port at tne armory of U company, The
alles, Or., Saturday, March 9, 1895, at
12:30 p. m., fully uniformed, armed and
equipped, for the purpose ot acting as
escort at the funeral of G. V. Bolton,
late mayor of Dalles City. No excuses
will be accepted for failure to report, ex
L. C. Chrisman,
Official : Captain Commanding.
D. H. Roberts,
A. V. and A. M.
There will be a special communication
of Wasco lodge, No. 15, A. F. and A. M.,
held in Masonic hall, Dalles City, Or.,
Saturday, March 9th, at 12 o'clock
sharp, for the purpose of attending the
funeral of our late brother G. V. Bolton,
which takes place from the family resi
dence at 1 p. m,- AH master Masons in
good standing invited to be present.
By order of the W. M.
, . . . : X.I. Buboet, Sec.
:, Spring straw shapes, just received
from the East, wil be displayed in the
Mrs. M. E. Beisos.
City Council Meeting.
At a special called meeting of the city
council held last evening at the record
er's office, the following business was
transacted, Councilmen Nolan," Adams,
Kuck, Lauer and Hood being present:
On motion Councilman Nolan was
elected chairman pro tem. The object
of the meeting was to make necessary
arrangements for attending the funeral
of the late mayor, and to take such
other action as was appropriate to the
It was on motion ordered that the
council request the business men of tho
city to close their respective places of
business from 12 o'clock noon until 4
o'clock p. m. Saturday, March 9, 1895,
during the time of the funeral.
On motion it was ordered that a com
mittee of three be appointed by the
chair to draft proper resolutions on the
death of the mayor, and to have the
council chamber draped in mourning,
and to take such other action as they
deem necessary to show the esteem of
the council for the deceased, and its re
spect for his sterling qualities.
On motion it . was ordered that the
city treasurer advertise in the daily Ore
gonian, The Dalles Chronicle and the
Times-Mountaineer that he will receive
bids for $00,000 bonds to be issued by
Dalles City np to 4 o'clock p. m. April
On motion it was ordered that the bill
of Teague . Bros, for $60, being for thirty
days team hire for the fire department
be allowed and paid at the rate of $1.75
per day. .
On motion it was ordered that the
chairman' pro tem be authorized to act
as mayor until the meeting of the coun
cil Saturday night, March 9th.
On motion it was ordered that when
the conncik. adjourn, it adjourn until
Saturday,. March 9th, at 7:30 o'clock
p. m. - '
On motion adjourned.
How. tne Mistake Occurred.
We stated Thursday that Judge Brad
shaw would go to Heppner Monda5 to
open court. This was a mistake and
was caused by his saying he would go to
Moro, which the reporter understood
to Morrow," that is the county of that
name, the county seat of which is Hepp
ner. Now the fact is that the judge will
go to Moro, and not to Morrow. He
will not go tomorrow because he does
not go until Monday, which instead of
being tomorrow will not' be strictly
speaking, tomorrow nntil tomorrow, at
which time he will go to Moro instead
of to Morrow, That is to say, he will
not go to Moro tomorrow, but tomorrow
it can be Baid that' he will go tomorrow
to Moro, instead of to Morrow. Day after
tomorrow he will be in Moro, and then
when we can write today, we may be
able to make the matter clear, but
whether he goes tomorrow or day after
tomorrow he will hold court in Moro
Monday. '.-- - ' " .
Cow for Sale.
Parties ' wanting fresh milk cows can
obtain them by calling on A. Fields at
bis place near Crate's point. j26-tf
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MAIER & BENTON.
Floyd Harmon, who has been em
ployed at the Umatilla House for a long
time, leaves for Murray Springs, the new
station just beyond Grant, tonight. He
will take charge of the Altamont stables
at that place. Floyd is a clever and
affable young gentleman and has the
best wishes of all who know him, for his
sucesss in his new field.
At the residence of Daniel Woodford.
on upper 15-Mile, Mr. J. A. Fawcett and
Mrs. Ella Woodford, Rev. G. W. Barn
He Ia Mistaken.
Grand Master W. W. Brannin, of the
A. O. U. W., in conversation with an
Ease Oregonian reporter, after giving
some account of his work on his recent
visiting trip to the lodges in his jurisdic
tion, says :
'At Cascade t Locks an inspection was
made of the works on the locks, which
cannot be completed , within one year,
the time of , the expiration of the con
tract being about that far distant. It
is thought that an extension will be
granted, at least it will be asked by the
contractors. More than 350 workmen
are now employed and work progresses
day and night at greatest possible
Mr. Brannin is an excellent lecturer,
but a poor reporter. His assertion that
the locks will not be completed within
one year, is as great a mistake as the
other statement that the contract will
expire one year from now. The con
tract has already expired, and the locks
will be completed sufficiently to allow
the passage of boats this year.
Resolutions on the Death of I.. Newman.
The Dalles, Or., March 7, '95.
At a regular meeting of Temple lodge,
No. 3, held March 7, 1895, the following
preamble and resolutions were unani
Whereas, It has pleased the Supreme
Ruler of the universe to remove from our
midst our late brother, L. Newman, and J
Whereas, The intimate relation long
held by our deceased brother with .the
members of this lodge, render proper
that we should place on record our ap
preciation of his services as a Workman
and his merits as a man. Therefore,
Resolved, That while we bow with
humble submission to the will of the
most high, we do not the less mourn for
our brother, who has been called from
his labors to rest.
Resolved, That this lodge tender its
heartfelt sympathy, to the family and
relatives of our deceased brother in this
their sad affliction. '
' Resolved, That these resolutions be
entered upon the minutes of this lodge
and that; a copy of the same be' sent to
the family of our deceased brother. ' ''
G. C. Eshelman,
!; Sidney L. Young,
Geo. G. Gibons,
" ' J'-- ' :- ' Committee.
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Watches, Clocks,; Jewelry
'AM h RPPfiTA f!LES.
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'Oregon1 Railway & "NavlraMon Company
. Watch Repairer and lnvpeetor.
Repairing of Fine Watches a Specialty.
toe Second St., THE DALLES, Ofc