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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1895)
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.,
Will You Pay I
an Income Tax? ?
BUILDING : MATERIALS
If so, perhaps it doesn't make any difference to you -whether
you tray of us : or not, because you are able to pay higher
prices for your goods. . "
Teleplxone S0o. 25"
If You Don't
It's mighty important for you to give us your trade, as you
must undoubtedly "be interested in close prices. .
We Sell on Small Margin of Profits.
New line just opened.
See our line and get
our prices before buy
Are Your Eyes Open ?
IF SO, READ THIS.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
MAIER & BENTON.
A Complete Assortment of GARDEN
and TIMBER SEEDS. We can save
you money. -Now wend your way to the
Big Brick, opposite Moody's Warehouse.
E. J. COLLINS & CO.
Telephone 20. Terms Cash.
-QR. A. DIETRICH,
Physician and Surgeon,
ftf AH professional calls promptly attende
toTday and night. apr!4
JOHN I). GKOGHKGAN,
Register U. S. Land Office, 1890-1894.
Business Before trie United States Lud
Wells Block, Main 6L, Vancouver, Clarice Co
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MONDAY - - - MARCH 11,1895
luvei Prom the Notebook of Chronicle
through that part of the town. We rec
ognize every man's right to protect him
self and his family from contagion, but
regret that unreasoning fear has so
warped the judgment of those persons
who interfere with the doctor's visits.
Bills were allowed as follows bv the
commissioners at the March term just
M Honywill, acct Mrs Motts . ,
John M Marden, grand juror. .
Mr. James Thrall has leased a build
ing from Mr. Phil Brogan, at Kingsley,
and will open a general merchandise!
Dr. Biddall is a victim of grippe, and
consequently unable to be at his office.
He will give notice of the fact when be
is able to resume his duties.
Dr. Benedict has received so many
applications from parties deeiring to have
their eyes examined, that he has con
cluded to remain here until further
notice. He will be found at the Uma
tilla House daring office hours.
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
A petition . with sixty-two signatures
has been sent to the postmaster-general
praying for the creation of a new post'
office, to be located at the house of Isaa
Matney, eleven miles southwest of town
on Mill creek. Mr. Matney was in th
city today for the purpose of forwardin
the petition. . " ;
This has been a day to delight those
who enjoy the fresh breezes from the
mountains. At an early hour old
Zephyr commenced his work of scatter
ing dust and small natural bric-a-brac,
sweeping the streets and sidewalks and
placing most of the dirt and dast where
it would cause the most annoyance and
greatest amouut of profanity.
Many of our old residents will re
member W. N. Bonham, who was en
gaged in teaming here in early days.
Judge Liebe tells as that he heard from
him through the Packard ca.se, that he
met with reverses, losing nearly all of
his property, and that he was recently
appointed deputy assessor of Kern
county, California. He ia living at
We do not know what some of the
people on the hill want, and we doubjt
if they do. Since the new smallpox
hospital has been built entirely away
from them, they object to Dr. Hollister,
who is attending the patients, passing
At an adjourned ' meeting of the city
council held Saturday evening, the fol
lowing business was transacted :
Present Councilmen Nolan, Adams,
Thompson, Eshelman Lauer, Hood,
Kuck and Johns. Acting-Mayor Nolan
stated the object of the meeting, which
was to fill the unexpired term of Mayor
. No nominations were made, but it was
agreed that an informal ballot should be
taken, and the candidate appearing to
be the most popular should be the unan
imous choice, and upon said ballot be
ing counted, it appearing that J; rank
Menelee had received a majority of the
votes, he was thereupon nominated and
elected by a unanimous vote.
A report of the physicians- heretofore
appointed to select a site for a pest
bouse, recommending the location im
mediately south of the present city cem
etery, was read, accepted and Ordered
placed on file.
Committee heretofore appointed to
draft resolutions on the death of the
mayor, presented the following, which
were adopted and ordered made a part
of the proceedings of this meeting and
that a copy be sent to the widow of the
Whereas, Death has removed from
our midst an esteemed citizen the mayor
of Dalles City, and
Whereas, Remembering his many
virtues and faithfulness to convictions of
right, we realize how great is our loss,
-and even greater the loss sustained by
those nearest him. . Therefore belt
Resolved, That we hold in grateful re'
membrance his wise counsels and his
judicious actions in all matters pertain
ing to the public' good.
Resolved, That we cherish his memory
with sincere affection, and extend our
heartfelt sympathy, to those ' who have
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to the wife ot the deceased
that they be spread upon the records of
the proceedings of the common council,
and that the local papers be requested to
publish them. - . -
R. B. Hood,
A. R. Thompson,
it was ordered that Wil
be appointed special po
liceman to enforce the curfew ordinance
on the bluff, and that he be allowed
reasonable compensation for all arrests
made by him, where a conviction re
sults.' , ' J
On motion it was ordered that when
the council adjourn it be to meet Satur
day night, March 16th, at 7-:30.
Adjourned. . . 4 , .
A girl to do housework. Steady job to
right party. Apply at this office.
Amos Root, do
W T Norval, do
Chas Fraley, do
M U belleck, do
E A Griffin, do
W J Davidson, do
G W' Marquam, juror.
vv u Jones, do .
Wm Keleay, do
Win Jones, do
Jacob Roberts, do
Simpson Copple, do
Joe Howard, witness
J A Soesbe, j p fees
A S Blowers, witness j p.
O L Stranaban, witness j p.
P D Hinrichs,
E W Trout,
J S Taylor,
W H Williams,
J A Noble,
L B Kelley,
H K Moore, ,
H A DIetzel,
M V Harrison, wit. grand jury.
H A Leavins, . do
H C Chenwith, do
John Trana,- do
Chas Fortune, do
Emma Southwell, wit. c. c
A F Fleshard,
W F Jackson, service roaddis. 5
E S Olinger, constable fees. .". . .
M Callaghan, cor. jury
P Bolton, do
P Gorman, - do
W H Staats, do
D S Dufur, do
Frank Stratton, wit. cor
W Li Uendrix,
Mack Graves, '
Dr D A Dietrich, examination...
W Butta, coroner's fees
C P Odell, road diet. 4
8 if Uonroy, wit. j. p. court
D S Dufur, j. p. fees .'.v... .'. . . .
W D Jones, wit. grand jury ....
Milton Harlan, making jury list
Reese Prather, witness j. p
Geo Huskey, witness j. p .
Thomas Harlan, j. p. fees ......
A Jteaton, j. p. fees
W Glison, constable
G W Patterson, witness. . . .
T N Wallace, ; v do
David Scott, do
C F Perrin, do
E M Shutt, atty fees
A Keaton, making jury list ....
E C Dickenson, making jury list
E Shutt, making jusy list. 7 .
R H Bunnie, j p tees. '.
John Trana, constable fees. . . . .
Louis Mintenstella, interpreter.
J W Ash by road dist 19. . .
D P Crabtree, road dist 24. . , .
A J Brigham, j p fees
S E Edmondson, constable fees.
R T Bartelbaugnv witness' p. . .
Gas Brown, do
Fred Wilson, do
Willie Rice, - do,-;
F Heaten Ji ' : do 7
Clarence Murry, do
J L Smith. . do ..
RJ3 Galbraith, making jury list
L B Davis," j p fees o.i .Yr. u. '.' .
A A Urqnhart, constable fees . .
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Wm Yates, do do
David Turner do do
H C Coe, do do
G F Prather, do do
Roy Slocum, do do
E S Olinger, constable fee
C P Heald, dist atty fees
S B Adams, viewing road
Geo A Liebe, viewing road. . . .
E P Fitztierald, viewing road.
E F Sharp, surveying roads. . .
Lem Burgess, viewing road . . .
Joe Smith, do-, do .. .
John. Nacbter, do -do . . .
H O Kooper, do do . . .
H W Cook, chaimnan
Wm Aehbv, viewinsr read
F J Reese, viewing road. .
b A Young, viewing road
Boyd Ashby, chainman
H (J Kooper, maker.
E F Sharp, surveying
n; r snarp, section corners
Ernest Kreman, coroner's
John Arndt, . ... do -
L) a Dulur, tto
J T Burry, do
(Jus Statder, do
Gustav Haskeld, witness. . .
D Heroux, i . i do- . . .
J G Smetzer, do . . .
FASeufert, do ...
W H Butts coroner's fees . ,
Troy Shelley, school supt . ,
G VV Phelps, dist atty fees .
A S Blowers, commissioner
German Sequie, road dist 9
G Co, armory rent. ........
A M Iveleay, clerk
T J Driver, sheriff
170 ttv "ffi ?W1
13 60 Vb ' !
Mrs. H. Glenn went to Portland to
Mr. C. Li. Gilbert of Hood River is in
J. A. Douthett of Prinevilie was in the
Deputy Sheriff Kelley has just re
turned from Kingsley.
Mr. Theo. Prinz was a passenger on
the boat this morning.
C' P. 'Heald, city recorder of Hood
River, came up on the local this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hilton were pas
sengers on the Regulator for Portland
this morning. ,
Mr. F. T. Ryan, night dispatcher for
the O. R. & N., returned to Albina this
TTrtn A1 T.vla mAmlu, rf fViA fnrviala-
ture from Crook county, arrived from
Portland today on nis way Home.
The many friends of Miss Grace
Sharp, who has been dangerously ill
with pneumonia for the past week, will
be sorry to learn that she is reported as
being no better. Her condition is a
critical one. v
Last Night's Kclipse.
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pictures.- The price of the Examiner is
$1.75, the price of The Chronicle $1.50,
and we send you both with all privileges
as above stated for one year for $2.25.
$12.00 a day to agents selling ' the
Royal White Metal Plater or taking or
ders for plating. Trade secrets, formu
las, receipts, . er.t., furnished free. A
good agent can make two to three thou
sand dollars per year with the Royal
Plater. For terms, etc., address Gray &
Co., Plating Works, Columbus, Ohio.
Bueklen's Arlncs salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, 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 ty Snipes & Kin-erolv
Crescents! Crescents! Crescents!
Why pay $100 for a Bicycle
When you can get one for $55?
We buy direct from the makers, and save you the jobber's profit.
We sell our High-grade CRESCENT, with wood rim and Clincher tire, for. .$80 00
The same wheel, with Morgan & Wright tire, for 75 00
This wheel weighs 23 pounds.
Our SPECIAL CRESCENT, with either wood or steel rims, M. & W. tires. .$55 00
This wheel with wood rim weighs 28 pounds; with steel, 30 pounds.
Our SPECIAL CRESCENT will compare favorably with any $75 wheel on the
market, and we will give the same guarantee that is eiven on the highest
priced wheel sold. Come and see our samples or send for catalogue.-
MAYS & CROWE, The Dalles.
The eclipse of the moon last night was
a genuine - success, the curtain rising,
so to speak, to the minute as advertised.
The .ky was clear at the beginning of
the performance, and there were no big
hats to shut off the view, v The shadow
of the earth -came op from below,' gradu
ally spreading: over the face of the .moon
Until the; eclipse was totals i About this
time more, or less clouds had swept up
from the west, but only -enough to bide
the show for a moment or two at a time.
Taken- all in all, it was ' just ' as fine' an
eclipse as any country ever had.
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
This well-known Brewery ia 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
he market. -. . - i
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.Tboi.
A. Edison May 3.1892, fprja, speaking
telegraph, which Patents j cover funda
mental inventions and em brace all forms
of ; microphone transmitters and of car-
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