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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1895)
Special Sale of Shirt Waists
for the week:
There are a few sizes in Shirt Waists that we are entirely out of; and to
close out the remaining number we will make some tempting offers:
Our 60c Waist for 45c
. . - Good assortment of color in stripes and figures.
Our 75c Waist for 57 i-2c
Made up in lightweight Percale, dark colors.
Our $1.25 Waist for $1.00
' . In White Batiste with starched collars and cuffs.
nun tt Kr TTToio-i- -fi-k-r. &1 on
Made up in English Wexford cord. ST
, Our $1.75 Waist for $1.45. ..
' Navy Blue Percale, extra fine quality.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
See us before
W carry a Complete Line of
Stoves and Steel Ranges,
Wire Poultry Netting,
Iron Water Pipe,
Barrell Chui ns, .
Rubber and Cotton Wrap
ped Garden Hose, .
Groceries and Provisions,
Oak Fir and Maple Cord
wood and General sup
MAI ER & BENTON.
Can You Buy Groceries
Cheaper than This? .
Two ounces of good Plug Cat Tobacco for 5c, and Missouri Meerchaum with
every eight packages.
Lemons at 20c a dozen ; nsnal price, 35c.
. Sixteen pounds San Francisco Granulated Sugar for $1.00.
: Seventeen pounds Hong Kong Granulated Sngar for $1.00.
Sixteen-oa nee pi ag of good Tobacco for 25c.
- All stock of fresh and popular brands. Goods delivered free to any part ef
the city. , Yoa are cordially invited to call and inspect stock and prices.
-.'in. T-'OTOSaJxi;- .
Southeast Cor. Union and Second Sts. Telephone No. 92.
What We are Doing
For the Spring and Summer, 1 895.
. Having purchased a very large line of Overshirts and Underwear, ex
pectin to meet with a better trade than in the past, but findidg oar
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 is complete.
: JOH1T ' C. HERTS.
Ask Vanbibber & Worsley for it.
Every Square is Full Weight.
TEIiEPHOKE 3STO- 80. ,
A. A. B.
The Dalles Daily Chr oniele.
ntertxt a me Postumce at The Dalles, Oregon
as second-class matter.
iu cuve mi llue (or first iusernon, and 6 Cents
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Special rates for long time notices.
All local notices received later than t o'clock
will appear the following day.
Don't forget to read all Tab Chron
icle. . You will find interesting local
matter everywhere. Some papers have
only a page devoted to local news, but
The Cheoniclb cannot get along with
one and bas it on every page. :
- JUNE 26," 1895
Leaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
Additional Local on Fourth Page.
The tht-rmometer stands today at
bat the air feels wamer than that.
All those intending to sing in tbe choir
on the Fourth are requested to meet at
Crandall & Burgets', on Friday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Be eureand come on time.
The Regulator has had a new iron put
on the stem. Tbe boat has to land in
all sorts of places and a heavy iron strip
is necessary to protect the wooden part.
Six, hundred and eighty pounds of
cherries were shipped to Denver last
night by express. Cherries are bringing
a good price in tbe Montana and Denver
Today is the hottest of the season and
the only comfort is there is no east wind
blowing. A nice rain or a moist west
wind would come very welcomely just
The excursion Sunday by the Orches
tra is going to be a grand affair. The
band practiced last ninht and tome
new pieces will be given the people on
board the steamer.
Tbe upper Columbia rose one-half foot
last night. The Snake fell slightly.
The Columbia at The Dalles will con
tinue to rue. The mark this morning
registered 22.2 feet. ,-
A game of baseball will be played
next Sunday at the fair grounds, be
tween The Dalles, nine and high school
nine. No admission will be charged,
but a good contest is promised.
It is pleasing to note that the thistle
agitation is bearing good results. In
different parts of town property owners
are elanhing down these obnoxious weeds
and if only enough will follow their ex
ample our city will be free from the,
pests. ... ... . I
Misi Edna Glenn has been chosen!
goddess of liberty for the Fourth of July
celebration. The executive committee
have secured Miss F. M. Hiledale of
White Salmon to assist in the singing.
- The young lady is said to bo a vocalist
of merit. - '
The case against Murray and Heater
has been on trial daring the day before
Justice Davis. A few witnesses were
examined last night and a large number
today. As there were a . good many
points of law to be looked up and de
cided, Justice Davis took the matter of
a decision under advisement until this
evening at 7:30.-
The Regulator brought up a separator
and borse power last night, which took
up all the spare room on the' front deck.
Tbe weight was many thousand pounds
and it took considerable time to load
and unload the machinery. The boat
was delayed about a half an bour last
night on this account, but it goes to
show that the steamers can handle any
kind of freight that is given them to
Thb Chronicle was treated to a least
this morning, which was greatly ap
preciated. Dr. Hesse, who is an artist
in the culinary line, "had cooked a royal
salmon and the lion's share reached this
office. The fish was cooked by - being
wrapped in paper and placed in tbe
ashes of a furnace, when it was heated
slowly and thoroughly cooked. Every
one "remarked that a nicer or better
cooked fish they bad never eatea.
Tbe Columbia bose team have selected
their runners for the contest. Arthur
Clarke ia captain and the runners, who
have been chosen, are- as follows:
Lewis Porter, Chas Cooper, Bay Logan,
F. Van Norden, H. A. Bills, Fred Clark,
Jes. Bonn, Ralph .Rowland. Max A.
Vogt and J. -Fisher. - The boys are
actively practicing and are going to
make a big effort to capture the trophy.
The hose companies from Jackson and
Columbia companies were out practicing
on Third street last night. The teams
are not yet complete and - there will be
changes in the make up of both of them.
Good runners have been selected and
exciting contests are promised. After
tbe races here, in all probability, a
team will be. selected to take part in tbe
contest at Vancouver later in the season
The meetings still continue each even
ing at the tent on Second and Liberty
streets. The subject announced for this
evening is, "The Day of Judgment," the
discussion of which. will be both prac
tical and theoretical from' a ecriptural
basis, enforced and elucidated by refer
ence to each texts as Acts xvii :xxxi
Matt, xxv : 31-46; Dan. vii : 8-14 ; Rev.
xiv: 6-14 and others. The gentlemen
are forcible-speakers and people would
do well to go and hear them.
: As noticed elsewhere the members of
the Woman's Relief Corps and the G. A
R. in The Dalles, are going to ive a re
ception to tbe department, officers next
Saturday. Tbe Dalles has been greatly
honored by election of a number of its
ret-idents to high offices in these organi
zations and the reception Saturday night
is. given as a compliment to tbem and as
a recognition of tbe appreciation of our
members for the honor conferred.. upon
The Latest Fruit Advices.
- The following advices have just been
received by the manager of the Oregon
Fruit Union in Tbe Dalles and by .him
furnished Thb Chronicle :
Oregon Fruit Union sold in Denver to
day Royal Anne cherries, $1.25; cur
rants, 241b crate, $2.50. Helena, cher
ries, 90j$l ; currants, $2.50. . . Butte,
cherries, 75$1 ; currant, $2.21. Orarha,'
market dull .cherries, .90$1, good
stock, other stock bringing, bat little.
St. Louis, cherries, good aemaBd, $1.25
$1.50. Duluth, cherries, $1.50; blaok
berries, $3.50'; early peaches, $1, good
demaud. Cleveland, cherries, $i$1.25 ;
early peaches, .80$1. Sioux City,
cherries, $1$1.25. These prices net tbe
shipper from 5 to 10 cents per pound for
cherries; 5 to 7 cents for currants; 9
cents for blackberries.
There will be. three cars, mostly cher
ries, leaving Oregon tonight. , . You can
readily see if two of these cars would go
to the same market, the disastrous re
sult, also if one car would go to some of
the markets it would lessen the price.
Sioux City will not stand over 200 boxes
of cherries at $1 ; more means less price.
The Fruit Union .receive telegraphic
report every day, which may be consid
ered strictly raliable. It will be a great
convenience to fruit shippers to know
tbe prices in the Eastern market.
A. Hose Contest, Two Dogs and a Fight.
held in Portland. Mrs. Emilie Sanders
acted aB grand marshal during the in
stallation, x A bountiful banquet bad
been prepared and after the installation
of officers the members, and their guests
sat down and partook of all the good
things. -The remainder of the evening
was spent in social amusements. , The
large ball is an execllent place for hav
ing these interesting exercises, as a large
banquet room is very convenient. , Fol
lowing are tbe officers who were in
Henry H Baker, W P: Mrs Mary S
Myers, W M, (appointed at the grand
lodge in Portland); Mrs Ella Garretson,
A M; Mrs Cora Miller, Conductress;
Mrs Mary Blak-ley. A C; Mrs Martha
Biggs, Chaplain; Miss Edna Erhnrt,
Adah; Mrs Alice Crossen, Ruth; Mrs
Evelyn Eshelman, Esther;' Miss Nettie
McNeil, Martha; Mrs Jane KnsaelJ,
Eiectra; Mrs Almira Bnrget, Warder;
Miss Salina Phirman, Organist; Henry
Clough, Sentinel. The secretary and
treasurer were both abppnt.
Third street was the scene of a lively
time last night. In fact the residents
along that boulevard never saw so much
excitement in so short a space of . time.
The bose companies, were just getting
ready to practice, when Guy, tbe big
dog belonging to Judge BJakeley, came
down the street. It seems there bas
been blood between Guy and Jack, the
dog belonging to Babe Maloney. , Just
in front of the engine bouses tbe two
dogs met and immediately there was a
wailing and gnashing of teeth. Those
who saw the fray said it was tbe hottest
contest in tbe history of the prize ring.
Some men rushed in to separate the
dogs, but nothing bad any effect on
them neither kicks, blows or impreca
tions. At this juncture some of the bose
company boys attached a hose to the
plug and turned tbe water on the fight
ers. For ten minutes tbe dogs were
drenched . w4lh water, but even that
could not cool their ardor. '.. Guy held
the winning band, and would have
stayed with it till now had not some one
touched him rather forcibly on the bead
with a club and caused him to let go bis
bold. Members of tbe different bose
companies were holding tbe nozzle and
it ,,was a contest: to see "which company
could get water first. ; ..' .
Installation of trie Kaatarm Star. ;
PERSONAL wicrt I UN.
and Mrs. J. K. Sherar are" in tbe
Chickering, Hardman, Fisher, Jewett,
Ludwig pianos, -and other - reputable
makes, to select from, at Jacobsen Book
St Music .Co. . - - jun26 It
Pianos from $150 upward at Jaeobsea
Book St Music Co. ' jun2-lt
l The .order of -Eastern Star held, their
installation ceremonies last night in the
Masonic hall. . A large' attendance of
members' was present. Mrs. Mary 8.
Myers tVM. installed -graad chaplain ,by
Henry VL Baker, SV P., to whioh. office
she. had been, appointed at the r scent
1 session of the grand lodge of Oregon
Mrs. J. W. French went
on this afternoon's train..
Mrs. C. G. Roberts of Hood River is
spending several days in The Dalles.
Mr. Hugo Glenn was a passenger to
Portland on the local this aiternoou.
Mr. Orion Kmersly left on the local
for Portland on a short business trip.
Mrs. Curry of Portland is visiting ber
sister, Mrs. W . j. Kerns, in this city.
Mr. Charles Butler of Port Townsend
is in the city along with the rest of tbe
sheepmen. - -
Mrs. Campion of Portland ia visiting
toe lamuy ol ner brother, Uaptaiu Wauil,
in tiiis city. ' .
Miss Rockefeller, of Ashland, Or., is
visiting her friend, Mrs. M. E. Hen in.
for a few days.
Miss Dollie Williams of Portland is
spending a few days ia The Dalles visit
ing tbe Misses Helm
Messrs. Ed. and Charlie Phillips of
M osier were in rue Palles this inoniinit,
laming home on the afternoon train.
Prof. M. Stratton. assistant principal
in Xbe Dalles echools, has gone to Col
fax to spend a portion of his vacation.
LMr. H. W. Goddard, a prominent
official of the Southern Phc-ioc O., is in
the city on business connected witu that
Mr. Fred 8. Olsen, an attorney' of
Portland, was in the city yeeterday
He ia a brother of Will Olson who used
to attend the academy here.
Mr. G. W. Flige. postmaster at End-
ersby, was a caller at Thk Cheoniclk
office todav. Mr. Fl tyo lists lw-n x resi
dent of Wasco county for- seven yarsT)
ana Oelore coming, here lived ; in Iowa
where for forty' years he resided on the
same farm. -
When Baby wsastek. wo ave her Osatorta.
- Whsa shs-waa a Child, ahasried for Outoria. .
When she became Kiss, aha done; to Osstorla.
Whsa sne had ChCdrea, she cava thorn (
The Dalles Orchestra Union will give an
excursion - to the Locks and return, on
SmSTDa&lT, JUEB SO, 1 085.
By the STEfllVIEty flEGlMTOl
' Boat leaves The Dalles at 9 a. m. Returning, arrives at
5 p. m. The Steamer Dalles City will bring up the Turners
from Portland to Cascades, who will come - up by the Regu
lator to The Dalles. Good music will be on board.
Round Trip Tickets, - - -
Tickets on sale at the usual places.
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.,
. . - ' 1 "
Telephone 3Xo. 35.
FOUR BRICK WALES the front knocked out and win
dows stuck in its plack, with a roof flopped on top, sur
round a complete and recently purchased line of .
ppesh Drags : ancl Medicines at;
Dbnncll's Drag Stotfc.
Deutsche : Apottiekei
Telephone Jlo. 15,