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MAY 29, 1895
Leaves from the KottBMk of Chronicle
Additional Local on Fourth Page.
Vm. Weggerman is moving his shoe
shop back to his old quarters. .
The courthouse flag is at half-mast to
day out of respect to the late Secretary
The upper river is reported stationary,
The river here will rise slightly for the
next two days.
Some local m atter was crowded out to
day for lack of room , which will appear
in our next issue,
Tomorrow being Decoration Day the
poetoffice will be open only between
the hours of 12 :30 and 1 :30 p. m.
J. W. Nesmith Post, G. A. B., respect
folly requests all business houses to
close on May 30th promptly at 12 m.
Weather forecast lor Wednesday ib
fair, followed with showers. Thursday
showery with stationary temperature,
Alex. E. McLennen of Antelope today
declared his intention before the county
clerk of becoming a citizen of the United
The water this morning stands at 27.8
above low water mark. This is a rise of
one and five-tenths since yesterday,
which taking into consideration, the cool
weatber is rather surprising.
We notice by the Oregouian that G
W. Crossen sang the solo "O Promise
Me" at the Portland University com
mencement exercises. The young man
is a son of J. B. Crossen of this city.
On account of Decoratiou Day coming 1
tomorrow and the sentiment that in a
printing office patriotism would compel
an observance, The Chsoniclb will not
be issued tomorrow. This will be true
f all the papers in The Dalles. '. . ' -
A young lad by the name of James
Ball was severely bitten several days ago
by a large dog in the east end of town.
There is always danger of blood poison.
Ing from the bite of a dog and the friends
of the boy will not feel at ease till the
wound is entirely healed.
A party of young bicyclists reached
The Dalles last evening, having ridden
from Yakima across the mountains.
Tbey took the boat for, Portland this
morning. In former times a vast
amount of travel came from Yakima to
Men's" Eagle Negligee Shirts
This line is the most reliable on the market,
and we have an immense stock of this season's
goods in all the latest styles, varying in price
from 75c to $3.
Examine otir Stock. All Fresh G-oods.
line of sizes in the
are going fast at
$2.00 We have a
quality of Percale
this point, but since the opening of the j
Northern Pacific such a journey is seldom
No observation car was attached to
the local today. This institution has not
proved the glittering success that Mc
Neil thought it would be. However,
the weather has been too cool to give
the car a fair show, and warmer days
may call it back into service.
Tonight at the Christian church there
will be a social given by Mr. Maddron'a
class of little girls. Strawberries, ice
cream and cake will be served. Admit
tance 10 and 15 cents. The proceeds
will go towards the support of the
church. Everyone' is invited to come
and have a good time. , Doors open at
7 :30 o'clock. .
Two clips of wool were sold from the
Wasco warehouse yesterday. One was
a lot of 167 sacks, while the other was
under a hundred sacks. The price
could not be learned, but Mr. Lord, the
manager, stated that the prospects for
wool are better than they were a vear
ago at this time. Two cars of wool from
Arlington were received and unloaded at
Commodore Jensen, of the ferryboat,
is going to pump out the sunken Inland
Star and raise her. ' When the confmo
dore was asked just what he was going
to do with the boat, he replied that it
was to be run in connection with the
air ship from Goldendale. The air ship
will land at Grand Dalles and transfer
passengers te the Inland Star and The
Dalles will become the terminus of
another water transportation line,
Wheat is selling today at the Diamond
mills for 47 cents per bushel and free
ferriage. This brings it toover 48 cents,
which considering the times is getting
towards a good figure. The Dalles pa s
the highest price for the products of the
interior and it pays producers to haul a
long ways to reach our markets. Let us
give the farmers our aid toward getting
good roads or better- ones and that is
doing for them their greatest need.
Mr. Rasmus has completed arrange
ments for putting the play of Damon
and Pythias on the stage. The members
of the Home Dramatic club have kindly
agreed to assist and will complete the
greater part of the caste. The partici
pants will meet Mr. Rasmus this even
ing In Schanno's hall for the purpose of
assigning the parts and making arrange
merits for rehearsing. The exact date of
the performance Is not known, but it
will probably be somewhere about June
15th. - The Knights of Pythias lodge
will be the beneficiaries.'
Another enterprise is being started in
The Dalles, which is one long needed.
Mr. F. E. Hicks and his partner, Mr.
Anderson, have rented the empty build
ingthis side of Van Bibber St Worsley's
store, and are putting in a eteam laun
dry. They have complete apparatus,
and are placing in position all the latest
appliances for doing good work. The
gentlemen have bad twenty years ex
perience in the steam laundry business,
and are confident The Dalles is a good
point to establish their plant. Every
industry that comes to town is gladly
MALONEY AND SNELLING.
Trial Mow Progressing; In She Circuit
CoortJFajne Speaks for the State,
Bennett for the Defense.
The jury to try Dan. Maloney and
Chas. Snelling was completed in num
bers at 10 o'clock this morning. The
members are as follows : CH Hall, A
G Hall, W H Sharp, J W Atwell, H
Metz, John Carey, John Both, M J An
derson, Wm Shelley, Wm Obrist,
Marion Warner, J D Tunny. After the
jurymen were sworn by Clerk Kelsay
the battle for a conviction or acquittal
began. Mr. Jayne opened the case for
the state and told bow it was that
Maloney and Snelling were charged with
the crime. He said the state would
prove that the defendants were seen
having the horses several miles below
town ; that they tied the animals near
the old city - cemetery and were seen
there attending them. - Mr. Bennett for
the defendants denied in toto the allega'
tions of the prosecuting attorney and
said that the two men were in no way
connected with the crime.
Michael Doyle the first witness for the
state, was an the stand as The Chkox-
iclb goes to press. The horses were the
property of Doyle and he" told how they
were missed from their accustomed
place and that he believed the defend
ants took them.' The defense was just
starting to cross examine Mr. Doyle as
Th Chronicle reporter left the court
room. Great interest is being taken i
the case and the courtroom contain
many spectators. "
The grand jury reported in the case of
James O'Brien, accused of assaulting
Dave Conroy, a true bill. O'Brien was
given until tomorrow morning to plead.
A not true bill was the result in the
matter of the State vs. James Kern
charged with larceny by bailee.
The grand jury made a presentment
agaiuBt Bertie Stewart, charging heri
with selling intoxicating liquors without
a license. Her bonds were placed at
$250. . ;
O. A. R. Memorial Orders.
In compliance with national and de
partment orders, J. W. Nesmith Post,
No. 32, ,G. A. R. Dept. of Oregon, will
assemble at their ball promptly at 1 :30
p. m., May SO, 1895.
Invitation is extended to all honora
bly discharged soldiers, sailors and mar
iners who served in the - Union army
daring the late war, the W. R. C, Third
Regt., O. N. G., the Dalles City band,
and all. citizens, to participate in the
ceremonies of decoration.
Procession will form on Second street,
right resting on Washington, and will
move promptly at 2 o'clock p. m.', un
der escort of battalion of Third Regt.,
O. N. G., under command of Col. Geo.
T. Thompson, and proceed to the G. A.
E. cemetery in the following order:
Dalles City band ; Field and Staff and
Battalion ; Third Regt., O. N. G. ; J. W.
Nesmith Post, No. 32; W. R. C. and
citisens in carriages. Via. Second to
Court, Court to Fourth, Fourth to cem
etery. By order
W. S. Mxyebs, Post Com.
See us before
We carry a Complete Line of
Stoves and . Steel Ranges,
Wire Poultry Netting,
Iron Water Pipe,
Barr ell Churns,
Rubber and Cotton Wrap
ped Garden Hose,
Groceries and Provisions,
Oak Fir and Maple Cord
wood and General sup
plies, MAIER & BENTON.
Mr. A. C. Sanford is in the city.
Mr. Jeff Mosier was passenger east
ward on the Regulator last evening.
Mr. Charles Fritz was a passenger on
the local for a short visit in Portland.
Mr. E. Y. Judd of the Pendleton
Scowring Mills is in The Dalles to day.
County Commissioner Blowers re
turned to Hood river on this afternoon's
local. . v : w
"hit. F. N. Jones of Portland, who has
a extensive sheep ranch near Shearar's,
is in the city.'
, Mr. James Stewart of Monkland is in
the city. He brought in about 20,000
pounds of wool.
- Miss Marshall of Portland returned
home this morning after visiting several
days in The Dalles.
Mr. Frank Fulton of Sherman county,
was in town yesterday afternoon, going
home on the evening passenger.
Walter Mcintosh, a former resident
of this city, but now a practicing attor
ney of Los Angeles, is in The Dalles.
Miss Gwilt of Portland, who has been
visiting friends in town for several days,
returned borne Dy boat this morning,
Mrs. B. S.Huntington was a passenger
by the Regulator today to wascades ana
return, accompanying ner mem
Mrs. Andv Lvtle of Prineville was a
Dassenger by the Regulator this morn
log. She goes to visit ner parents in
ilr. G. W. Herbein, pharmaceutist in
Donnell's drug store, leaves tonight for
Pendleton, to close out some business
Jeanette Williams, who bas been
visiting - her sister, Mrs. a..- W. trench,
for several days, returned to Portland
this morning on the Regulator. v
Mr. Ed. M. Wingate has disposed of
his interest in tbe firm bearing his name
at Antelope, and as soon as the business
can be closed he will probably return to
Mrs. Benton Mays and family, who
have been visiting the family of Hon.
Robt. Mays for several weeks, left for
Portland this morning for a short stay
with Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Mays. -
. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Sargent leave on
next Monday morning for an extended
visit in the far Eastern states. They go
by the Canadian Pacific and will visit
friends in Vermont and Massachusetts.
Ehren Korten was severely injured
day before yesterday by falling on a
picket fence. Tbe pickets made some
wounds on his face and he can consider
himself lucky that bia eyes were not
Mr. W. H. Moore of Dufur, who has
charge of Ward & Sons' lumber yard at
that place, is in tbe city to attend Deco
ration Day .exercises. Mr. Moore is an
old soldier, and such occasions have a
deep interest for him.
Miss Matilda Hollister left this morn
ing by the Regulator for Portland. From
there she will take the Northern Pacific
to Chicago, where her brother and sisters
are living. Miss Hollister yesterday
sent her resignation as a teacher in the
public schools to the board of directors
and intends to make her future residence
in the East. Many friends will regret
Shlloh's Cure is sold on a guarantee.
It cures incipient Consumption. It is
the best cough cure. Only one cent
dose 25cts., SOcta., and $1.00.
Can You Buy Groceries
Cheaper than This? -
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Two ounces of good Plug Cat Tobacco for 5c, and a Missouri Meercbanm with
every eight packages. .
Lemons at 20c a dozen ; usual price, 35c.
Sixteen pounds San Francisco Granulated Sugar for $1.00.
Seventeen pounds Hong Kong Granulated Sugar for $1.00.
' Sixteen-ounce plug of good Tobacco for 25c.
All stock of freeh and popular brands. Goods delivered free to any part of
( the city. You are cordially invited to call and inspect stock and prices.
Southeast Cor. Union and Second Sts. . Telephone No. 92.
Commencing Tuesday and
and Be Convinced.
The Tygrh Tal
Ask Vanbibber & Worsley for it.
Every Square is Full Weight.
TiErrrKKFiHiojsrzEi nsro. so.
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.
Toloprione ZffOi BBi
Keep Your Eye on.
Rambler and Waverley Bicycles.
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Indianapolis, Ind., April 2T, 189oT ,
MESSRS.JM AYS & CROWE, The Dalles, Or.
Gentlemen: We have your telegram of the 25th inst., and take pleasure in i
entering yonr order for wheels. We are quite confident of the fact that
yon will be thoroughly satisfied with the "Waverley," as it is a high grade ma- -chine
in eyery sense of the word, and you can guarantee to your customers that it .
is the equal of any machine manufactured. We make no exceptions at all, and .
are prepared to prove at any time that there is not a better bicycle in the market. .
Yours very truly,
, INDIANA BICYCLE COMPANY..
We Bent and Repair Bicycles.
Wheels from SMS to SIOO.
Hi There !
Largest Assortment in the
Blue Front Store,
DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS Correctly compounded with the ut
most care from drugs of guaranteed purity by a capable staff of experienced
dispensers. All the latest Pharmaceutical Preparations kept in stock. Prices
will be found as low as is consistent with tbe supply of first-class drags.
JR. Z. DOflEiili,
continuing entire week.
MAYS & CROWE
A. A. B.
Men's Straw Hats,
Boys' Straw Hats,
Misses' Straw Hats,
Ladiesl Straw Hats.
Opposite Diamond Mills.
Apotheeairy and Chemist.
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