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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1895)
For This Week;
Summer Underwear, . . . . . . . . from 5c to $1.00
A very large assortment of choice goods.
"Windsor Scarfs, . . . . , . . ... . ... . . . at 5c to 75c
There are hundreds of patterns to choose from.
. . . . . . . from 10c to 40c
- You should not fail to look through this department when in
the store, for we carry a large stock of India Linens, Victoria
- Lawns and Dimities.
Pongee Silks, . . . . . .. . for 20c, 25c and 40c
We have some lovely Pongees that we are offering as above.
See us before
We carry a Complete Line of
Stoves and Steel Ranges,
Wire Poultry Netting,
Se"wer Pipe, '
Iron Water Pipe,
Barrel!. Churns, .
Rubber and Cotton Wrap
ped Garden Hose, .
Groceries and Provisions,
Oak Fir and Maple Cord
wood and General sup
Can You Buy Groceries
Cheaper than This ?
. Two ounces of good Plug Cat Tobacco for 5c, and a Missouri Meerchaum with
every eight packages. : 1
Lemons at 20c a dozen ; usual price, S5c. ".
. Sixteen pounds San Francisco Granulated Sngar for $1.00.
Seventeen pounds Hong Kong Granulated Sugar for $1.00.
Sixteen-ounce plug of good Tobafcco for 25c.
All stock of fresh 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. 82.
ALL GOODS MARKED. IN
PEASE & MAYS.
MAIER & BENTON.
What We are Doing
For the Spring and Summer, 1 895.
' Having purchased a very large line of Overshirts and "Underwear, ex- ,
pecting to meet with a better trade than in the past, but findidg our '
stock too large for the season, we have marked these goods very low,
Starting Men's Fine Shirts at 35c.
Men's Fine Underwear Suit, at 75c.
The goods must be seen to be appreciated. Call early while the
stock ia complete.
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only a page devoted to local news, but
The Chronicle cannot get along with
one and has it on every page.
"WEDNESDAY, - - - JUNE 12, 1895
Lti From the Notebook of Cnronlcla
Additional Local on Fourth Page.
Court has adjourned till Friday.
Deputy Sheriff Hill left for the country
this morning to serve summons.
Seats are rapidly being taken for the
K. of P. play, ''Damon and Pythias."
Those wishing seats had better procure
Harvesting has commenced in the
fields south of town. The yield will be
about an average one.
Carl Nickelsen, at the request of his
uncle, was sent to the reform school in
charge of Sheriff Driver.
Three carloads of strawberries came up
on last night's express, bound for points
east of the Rocky mountains.
You will miss the chance of a lifetime
if you fail to attend your birthday party
at the Christian church tonight, at 8
Mr. W. S. Geary, the piano tuner,
will be In the city for the next two days.
Orders for piano tuning can be left at
either music store. jl2-lt
ine orchestra Union has made ar
rangements with Mr. Pague to have it a
fine day next Sunday. This is the best
time of year to visit the Locks.
; The birthday party, given at the First
Christian church this evening, will un
aounieaiy oe wen attended, as an ex
cellent program has been selected.
. meany every prominent railroad in
the TJ. S. is represented by. freight
agents in our city, and bidding tor
freight has been very brisk the last few
The latest report about 'high water is
as follows: Colombia rising at Umatilla
and above, Snake stationary and 'slight
fall at The Dalles. Will continue rising
- Sheepmen report the feed in the
mountains to be better than for years
Great care will have to be exercised
little later, when the grass and brush be
come dry, or disastrous fires will be the
result. . .
-, The May term of the circuit court has
been in session two weeks, during which
time five jnry cases were tried. Court
has not finally adjourned, but . will be
kept open some time for the disposition
of business which does not require a
Jury. . .
A shipment of twenty-two cars, about
5000 head, of sheep was made from the
stockyards thie morning. The sheep are
shipped directly to the Chicago market
and are accompanied by W. T Wise
man and J. E. Sherar. .
It is estimated that already about
$250,000 has been paid for wool at this
market and that les9 than one-third of
the clip that is marketed here has been
sold. If The Dalles is not a good busi
ness point we nave yet to learn the
Persons driving in from Sherar'e
bridge report that there are over 20,000
head of sheep, between The Dalles and
the bridge, headed for this city. Most
of the sheep are bound for the Chicago
market, while the others
driven to different ranges. IE
Several of the fair ones from the wBltei wi
chapel district of our city got on a "tear"
the other day and undertook to run the
town. They did not go very far, for
they were soon run in. This morning
they appeared before the recorder and
paid for their fun.
The preliminary hearing of R. A.
Powers, charged with assault with in
tent to kill, came np before Justice
Harlan of Mosier. Powers was bound
over in the sum of $1000 to appear be
fore the grand jury. A. S. Bennett ap
peared for Powers and G. W. Phelps for
The Wasco warehouse presents a very
busy scene. Wool has been coming in
so fast that soveral new additions have
been built in order to store it. Over
300,000 pounds have been received since
Monday. Considerable amount of wool
has changed hands in the last few days,
at prices very satisfactory to all concerned.
A party of prominent Western Union
officials came up from Portland on to
day's local. The party consists of C.
M. Bristol of Minneapolis, general
superintendent of construction for the
western division, D. R. Davis, superin
tendent of . construction for tbe San
Francisco district, and D. J. Davis,
superintendent of construction for the
Minneapolis district. The party is out
on a geueral inspection tour of the lines.
The regular monthly meeting of Jack'
son Engine Co., JSo. 1, was held in the
council chambers last night, with Presi
dent Sandrock in tbe chair. Ten new
members were elected. After transact
ing the regular business of tbe evening,
a general discussion in regard to the
&urth was held. It was finally decided
that if the city did nothing towards cel
ebrating, Jackson company would give a
ball on the. night of the Fourth. The
following committee was appointed to
take charge of the ball : R. B. Sinnott,
A. C. Wyndam, Jim Fisher.
Last night a large number of Wood
men and friends of the order met in
Fraternity hall .and for two hours -were
entertained by the head consul of the
order, F. A. Faulkenberg of Denver.
The speaker took the subject of "Fra
ternal Orders" and in a very able manner
showed to his audience that if man had
obeyed the divine injunction that there
would be no need of fraternal orders ; it
was because man bad become inimical to
one another that there was need-of
organized methods for mutual protec
tion. ' Mr. Faulkenberg spoke in favor .of
all fraternal societies and exorted all
there to join some fraternal organization
and in that way work for the improve
ment of mankind.
A t. 4 1 JP - If- 1L
r Aiwr biio opvcuu waa uvcr ju.r. f t&uiK-
Venberg was introduced to the members
are being bf the Woodmen Jodge of The Dalles.
e expressed himself as being delighted
with our city and the scenery along the
' Chivalry In The Dalles. -
Edmun Burke, in bis celebrated de
scription of Marie Antoinette, uses the
expression "But the age of chivalry is
gone." Two young men of The Dalles,
wishing to prove to their friends that
Burke was mistaken when he wrote
those words, retired to the beach back
of the Umatill House and bejjan to show
one another how much chivalry there
was in getting pommeled around, about
a woman. We have not had an oppor
tunity to interview either of the gay
Lotharios; but as neither-one of them
nas put in an appearance today, we
should judge that they must have their
heads considerably "swelled" over the
When a town the size of The Dalles
can have two fistic encounters in a week
over the fair sex, we must disagree, or
rather insert the word "not" in Bark
celebrated passage, and make it read,
"But the age of chivalry is 'not' gone"
at least in The Dalles. - '..
'Paul Boseter Safe.
' De Witt's Colic , and Cholera Cure
never disappoints, never fails to give im
mediate relief. It cures just as sure as
yon take it. For Sale by Snipes-Kin-ersly
Drug Co. '
Mr. N. B. Sinnott, of the Umatilla
House, has been watching, the papers
ever since tbe wreck of the Colima, to
see if he could find some tidings of his
cousin, Paul Roseter, who was chief en
gineer of the ill-fated ship. Nothiag
was noted in the papers until this morn
ing the San Francisco Chronicle brought
the glad tiding that Paul Roseter was in
China. ' Paul Roseter had been chief en
gineer on the Uolima lor several years
and -had made every trip with the
steamer until the last one. . The chief
engineer of the Peru, a passenger and U
S. mail steamer running between San
Francisco and China, was taken sick
fust before the steamer sailed and Mr,
Roseter was transferred to -the Peru
The first assistant engineer of tbe Colima
waa made chief and when the disaster
came he stood at his post and went down
with the ship.
Karl's Clover Root will parity your
Blood, clear your Complexion, regulate
your Bowels and make your head clear
as a bell. 25c., 60c., and $1.00.
Mr. Andrew Steele of 5-Mile is quite
Dr. Hinker of San Francisco is here
for a few days.
Mr. Harrison Dufar arrived from
Dufur this morning.
Mr. Lem Burgess of Bake Oven is in
the city selling stock.
Misses Clara and Julia Nickeleen went
to Hood River this morning. .,
Mr. G. W. Pennoyer and wife of Port
land came up on the local today.
Mr. F. W. Vaille, a U. S. mail, con
tractor of Portland, is in the city.
E. Olds of Grass Valley and F. M.
Driver of Wamic paid us a pleasant call
Mr. L. M. Lacey of Omaha is in the
city looking for stock for- the eastern
Mr. S. S. Wolliver, a large sheep raiser
from the upper country, arrived in tbe
Mr. and Mrs. Dunn of HepDner. with
several eastern friecds, came up on tbe
Mr. F. Metzgee. a prominent bupineea
man of Cincinnati, Ohio, is at the Uma
Miss Ruth Cooper returned last night
from A.alama. where she has been en
gaged in teaching.
Mr. Charles Stephens went to Golden
dale yesterday upon the receipt of news
tnat nis motner was very ill.
Geo. Young came in from Bake Oven
yesterday. He reports the crops in his
vicinity as being in very fair condition,
dm sadly in need oi rain. .
Mr. Fred W. Wilson, of The Chron-
iclh, left last night for Walla Walla, to
attend tbe alumni dinner of Whitman
college. He will return tomorrow.
Mr. F. A. Faulkenbura-. head consul
for the Pacific jurisdiction ot the Wood
men, came up on tbe Regulator last
nieht, and returned on this moraine's
MABUIED. , '
At tbe residence of the bride's parents
at Mosier, Monday evening, June 10th,
by vv. u. Curtis, pastor of the (Jonereea
tional church of th'is city, Frank Stein-
miuerot Jttusnvuie, ill., and Miss J.sa
In this city, June 11th. at 12 p. m..
Air. xua. -tsoynton.
In this city, Jane 11th, ta tbe wife of
Alex. Uathcart, a daughter.
When Vabjr was sick, ire gave her Oastoria,
When she -was a Child, she cried for Oastoria.
Wham she became Hint, she dung; to Oastoria,
Wham saa had Children, sfas garc tkcra Casterta.
Canpnutlif on Three Mile.
There will be a campmeeting held on
3-Mile, south of The Dalles, in tbe
Moore grove, beginning Thursday even
ing, June 13th, to continue indefinitely
Bro. C M. Bryan of Portland will have
charge. May all interested in the work
of the Lord help in this work. All are
invited, G. W. Barnhaxt, P. C.
Sunday, June 16th,
On Steamer EGUliATO,
THE DALLES ORCHESTRA UNION
Steamer will leave The Dalles at 8 a. m.; returning will
leave Cascade Locks at 4:30 p. m.
The following Droeram has been arranged: Fat Men's.
Race, Boys' Race, Girls'fRace, Sack Race. After the races
dancing will be indulged in.
ROUISra TRIP, SOc.
Tickets can be procured at the principal business houses-
or from members of the Orchestra Union.
$20.00 in Prizes will be Distributed.
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.
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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 the supply of first-class drags.
Hpothcapy and Chemist.
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