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APRIL 9, 1895
ktcs From the 'Notebook or Chronicle
. Second band buggy for sale,
at this office.
just received at A.
II. Williams & Co.
Four carloads of cattle were shipped
today to the Union Meat Co. at Trout
dale. Portland has settled her school clerk
matter by electing Mr. J. Paquet tothe
Jf Court is in session at Condon and
Judge Bennett and some other of our at
torneys are attending it.
Hon. F. P. Mays came up from - Port
land this afternoon, and passed on
Condon on the 1 ;50 train.
"'"-TBeTRegulator is carrying a goodly
number of passengers, and quite a lot of
freight, and business is improving every
The regular monthly meeting of the
board of fire commissioners will be held
at the council chambers this evening at
Dressmaking in all the latest styles
and at reasonable prices, at' Mrs. For
wdod's, on Court street. Call and get
The Woodmen will have an entertain
ment at Fraternity hall this evening.
The program will consist of music, reci
A. Ullrich & Son have just received a
' fine lot of tobacco which they will manu
facture into cigars. They showed as
this morning a Dig box of Sumatra
wrappers, which cost them $4.50 per
It commenced to rain last night about
9 o'clock, and kept it tip for an hour or
so. The rainfall was not heavy, but
good b.b far as it went. The country
south of us got considerable more of it
than we did.
The work train on the O. B. & N. that
has been employed at Riparia and be
yond for some time, passed down today
and will be "at home" at Hood Biver
for a while. W. G. Clelland and J. W
waiiace, Do tn- Mood Kiver men were
among the crew.
The board appointed to look after the
location of the branch asylum in Eastern
Oregon, and consisting of Governor
Lord, Secretary of State Kincaid and
State -Treasurer Metschan, will go to
Union on the 15th . on business con
nected with the asylum. '
In mentioning Pease & Mays' display
we neglected to note the contribution of
Mr. Ernest Jensen, which was a minia
ture "Monterey." The battleship was
built entirely of canned goods, masts,
bowsprit and all, and it was really a
work of art, considering the material he
had to work with.
Mr. L. J. Hicks, photographer of
Portland, is here today in the interest
of Crow & Lussier, who have made ar
rangements for 'opening a photograph
gallery at this place as soon as the build
ing, which they have secured, is in
proper shape. As Messrs. Crow & Lus
sier have an enviable reputation for
making photographs to please all, they
will undoubtedly do well here.
Mr. Garretsin's boy the other day
performed the almost impossible feat of
lassoing a lizard. The lizard was a little
fellow, only about three inches long,
and was sunning himself on a rock.
The boy made a slip noose out of a piece
of thread, placed the loop on the end of
a long straw, and dexterously slipping it
over tne lizard s head with one nand
e gave the thread a jerk with the other,
nd he had him. .
The Opening Last Nlgrht.
The firm of Pease & Mays held .their
regular annual spring opening last night
The immense store was finely decorated,
laces, ribbons, dress goods, silks and
satins were displayed, all arranged with
artistic skill, until the whole room was a
bewildering mass of color. The Dalles
Orchestra furnished some excellent
m&Bic, and the big rooms were crowded
with the beauty of the city. From the
many expressions of admiration we
heard from the ladies, it is safe to assert
that all were delighted with the display
Pease & Mays know how to advertise,
and last night's effort was a master
Preaching at Three Mile..
I will preach next Sunday, April 14th,
at 3-Mile schoolhouse at 11 a. m., also at
Shiloh church at 3 p. m. All are in
vited. G. W. Barnhabt.
When Baby was sick, we gaye her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss,' she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
After April 1st, 20 acres of fine land
situated within the city limits. House
and barn, good water for irrigating,
Terms easy. Apply to Fred W. Wilson
V nach20-lm. : "
Jos. T. Peters A Co. have cord- wood.
which is desirable in all respects, and
J respectfully boHc! your orders.
K. II. Clarice 3 rings KnconrarlDC News
From San Francisco.
When interviewed on the wool situa
tion this morning, E. H. Clarke the effi-
bient representative of the large wool
house, Christy & Wise, responded with
encouraging statements which will make
good reading for sheep owners and for
anyone else. Said Mr. Clarke :
"Our last advices from London are
that wools are looking up. Some grades
in recent sales have advanced one cent
per pound. The inquiry for such wools
as are raised here mostly, X and XX, is
marked and it is almost as good as other
grades. I would say that the demand is
good, improving, and that the wool busi
ness together with other lines of com
mercial activity, is Bhowing the signs of
a marked revival. Southern California
wools are coming into San Francisco and
are in better condition than ever before
on account of heavy rains and good feed
in the winter. Ready sales are met, at
from six to nine and a half cents, accord
ing to grade and shrinkage. The opin
ion of woolmen is that all wools will
meet with quick sales this season.
'All California, "remarked Mr. Clarke,
is feeling jubilant over the prospect of
having a competing road and the new
company is being pushed by capitalists
and by public sentiment. In forty days
work commences at Stockton, which is
to be the present northern terminus.
Iron has been bought and contracts are
now being put out and all. looks en
couraging for the new road. It will run
at first from Stockton to Bakersfield,
where it connects with the Santa Fe
system. Later, other lines will traverse
the state, extending the scope of the
"Only a hot norther can now prevent
an. immense wheat crop from being har
vested, and California wine merchants
are feeling good over recent big sales and
a four cent per gallon advance for Cali
Mr. Clarke and the boys are here for
the summer. East Oregonian.
The reason kissing is so pleasant, says
an oscultory expert of scientific tenden
cies, is because the teeth, jaw bones and
lips are full of nerves, and when the lips
of persons meet an electric current Is
generated. Yonkers Gazette.
Yes, and it is so confounded cheap,
You don't have to have a dynamo ma,
chine, nor a battery in the house nor a
call box, nor a button to touch to ring up
the central office, and there is no patent
on it, and the poorest .persons in the
world can enjoy the electric current bet
ter than the millionaire, and it never
gets our of order. If Edison bad invent
ed kissing it would have cost $100 a year
like the telephone, and then extra kiss
ing would be charged up extra, and
you don't pay tor it they would take out
your Kissapnone and disconnect you
from the central office. Swiped. .
A. Slight Accident.
The local was delayed this afternoon
for a few moments by an accident just
the other side of Mill creek and near the
These Sprays are reduced to a SOLID
form, requiring only the addition of
water for immediate use.
SPRAY NO. 1.
Winter Spray for San Jose Scale and
Curl'Leaf of the Peach.
Lime, unslacked.. 30 lbs
Sulphur, powdered ; .... .20 lbs
Salt, Liverpool 15 lbs
The above is a very efficient remedy for
che San Jose Scale and Curl Leaf of the
Peach, and is an excellent fertilizer for
the trees. It not only destroys the scale
and prevents the spread of the carl leaf,
but removes all lichens and keeps the
In the case of curl leaf, the greatest
good will result Irom tne early-Spraying,
as it prevents to a large degree the dor
mant spores of this parasitic fungus
coming to life, and destroys any that
may nave started.
To be moet successful, this spray
should be applied just before the bads
swell in the spring. It can be used at
this time stronger than later, and should
be thrown upon the trees when . it is
Use for winter spraying, 1 pound to 2
gallons of water ; for 'summer work use
1 pound to 8 gallons of water. Maier &
Benton, sole agents, The Dalles, Or.
MAIER & BENTON.
SOLE AGENTS, THE DALLES.
whistling post. Mr. Ganger, an old
gentleman, had undertaken to cross the
track just ahead of the train, but the
horse, instead of following the road,
turned up the railroad track towards
town. Mr. Ganger tried to pull the
stubborn beast to one side, but did not
succeed until the engine was upon him.
The engineer had put on the air and re
versed his engine, but still it struck the
cart with considerable force, turning the
whole outfit into the ditch. The horse
got up and trotted off with the cart, Mr.
Ganger got up and trotted after the
horse, while Conductor Glendening
umped off the car fearing the old gentle
man was badly hurt, and tried to catch
him to see. As Mr. Ganger and the
horse both made good time, Glenn soon
concluded no serious damage was done
and abandoned the chase.
SlOO Reward SlOO
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stageB, and that is
Catarrh. Hall's Cure is the only posi
tive cure known to the medical frater
nity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces- of the system,
thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers, that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it
fails to cure. Send for list of testimo
F. J. Chenby & Co., Toledo. O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
La Grippe is here again "with all of its
old time vigor. One Minute Cough Cure
is a reliable remedy. It cures and cures
quickly. Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
ARE THE BEST
vho 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 fa "Virginia, and are
JOS. TV PETERS & CO.,
TeleT3licai.e X3"o. SO"
We are showing now the very latest
toes in Black and Tan Shoes. Also a
large line of staples.
The Tygh Val
Ask Vanbibber & Worsley for. it.
Every Square is Full Weight.
TJEXi'HlIF'IHIOItsriE ZTsTO. SO.
IF SO, READ THIS.
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.
Crescents! Crescents! Crescents I
Why pay $100 for a Bicycle
When you can get one for $55 7
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 6c Wright tire, for. 75 00
Ihia 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 given on the highest
priced wheel sold. . Come and see our samples or eend for catalogue.
MAYS & CROWE, The Dalles.
Take your Prescriptions to
M. Z. DONNELL.
RUPERT & GABEL,
Wholesale and retail manufacturers and dealers in
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars,
TEtfTS and WAGON COVERS, '
And all Articles Kept in a First Class Harness Shop.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DOSE.
A. A. B.
Eyes Open ?
They will be Filled by Thorough
Adjoining Joles, Collins & Co.'s 8tor,