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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1895)
We arc all fond of-
Especially with reference to the clothes
we wear. The Celebrated Happy Home Guaranteed Clothing
is not only the best in quality, most perfect in style, fit, and
workmanship, but. is the cheapest Clothing in the market....
Every garment guaranteed by the makers to give satisfaction,
or your dollars refunded.
See us before
We .tarry a Complete Line f
Stoves and Steel Ranges,
Wire Poultry Netting,
Iron Water Pipe,
Barrel! Chui ns,
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 6c, and a Miseeari Meerehaum with
every right pack ages.
Lemon at ZOc a dozen ; usual price, S5c.
Sixteen pounds San Francisco Granulated Sugar fer $1.00.
Seventeen poind Hong Kong Granulated Sugar for $1.0.
Sixieen-ounce plug of good Tobacco for 25c. -
All stock of fresh and popular brands. Goods delivered free to any part af
the city. You are cordially invited to call and inspect steak and price.
Southeast Cor. Union and Second Sts. Telephone No. 92.
Closing Out Sale
of DRY GOODS
CLOTHING. FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CAPS.
Past or present values cut no figure, as goods
MUST be , SOLD LESS than COST.
All flood Marked in
"OTP A OTP J-- T A "7"C!
MAIER & BENTON.
Give JVIe a Call.
J. P. McINERNY
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JULY 3. 1895
Leaves Prom the Notebook of Chronicle
Additional Local on Fourth Page.
The comity court la in session today.
Tomorrow the American eagle reigns
Come am? hear the autoharp concert
at Jacobeen's store tonight.
Many of our business houses are gaily
decorated for tomorrow. ' Let there be
a big display ol bunting.
The postoffice will be open tomorrow
morning from 8 to 10. The window will
not be open after the arrival of the noon
The Regulator left the Cascades at 1 :15
today and will arrive here about 5 :30.
Quite a number will make the trip to
Cascades this evening.
The staff and field officers will give a"
silver medal to the best individuals
soldier in the competitive dri'.l tomorrow.
The medal is now on exhibition in Gar
The Regulator leaves her dock tonight
at 7 o'clock for Cascades. Returning
she will leave the Cascades in the morn
ing at 6 o'clock and reach here in time for
the excursionists to see all of the Fourth
of July celebration.
The funeral of H. G. Mathies, the late
editor of the Sporting News and a prom
inent member of the Knights of Pythias,
took place in Portland yesterday. Mr.
Mathies had many friends in The Dalles
who deeply deplore his untimely death.
The subject discussed at the tent to
night will be, "The Union of Church
and State," in which the ideas tending
in that direction in our own nation at
the present time, will receive their share
of attention. AH are invited' to bear
The liberty car is being built near
Peters' lumber yard and will be large
euongh to comfortably bold the forty
four children and gooddess of liberty.
The sieht of so manv nrettv litile cirls
never fails to be one of the most pleasant '
Brun, in t.riA naraHft. N
The California winehouse baa moved
to town on Court street, between Front
and Second, and its proprietor wants to
, inform bis friends that be will sell wine
there by the gallon at the same reasona
ble prices until further notice, when it
can ts had in less quantities. Jf Mn
Mention was made yesterday of soorel ne
disturbance in the neghborhood of the
courthouse late at night. : The pro
prietor of the European fears lest it may
be. thought that the trouble was in that
' bouse and for tbeir benefit we state the
trouble complained of was upon the
The Diamond Mills have resumed op- k
erations agaia. bo many orders were
received that their reserve of flour was
quickly used up and they were compelled;
to start the machinery. The mills have
done a great deal in keeping up the price
of wheat and attracting farmers to this
city. We are glad to see them prospering.
Monday was the banner day of the
Wasco warehouse, more wool being re
ceived on that day than ever before.
Over 500 sacks were received and the
whole force was busy making room for
the consignment. The baler is busy to
day on wool belonging to C. S. Moses
and to M. Koshland. These shipments
wifl go to Boston.
A large number of farmers are cutting
hay this season instead of letting the
grain ripen for wheat. A.gentleataa
living near The Dalles sold twenty-five
tons this week for $10 a ton, when last
fall the price paid was between $7 and
1 8. Several large fields on the bill back
from Cbenowith and on the Klickitat
mountain, in sight of town, have aiready
been cut for hay.
There is going to be some more fun
among the Elks tonight. Several candi
dates from The Dalles will go down to
Cascades by .boat tonight and be in
ducted into the mysteries of the order.
Those who went last time had a splendid
time and the affair tonight promises a
successiui repltitiou. lhe Hilks are
royal entertainers and none but the best
are chosen for the order.
The Chautauqua Assembly are mak
ing great preparations for their conven
tion at Oregon City, which begins July
10th and lasts ten days. The list of
orators who will speak is an unusually
brilliant one and those who attend will
hear distinguished men. Dr. F. W
Gunsanlus of Chicago, probably one of
the most - eloquent pupil orators of
America, will deliver a lecture on Sav
The usual runaway took place this
morning. Noticing there had not been
one for a long time, the horse that hauls
the Pacific Express wagon started up
the street and soon drew a crowd out to
see how fast he was going. The wagon
wasn't a racing sulkey, however, and
the horse didn't go so fast but what a
man jumped in the wagon, grabbed the
lines and brought the impromptu run
away to a stop. The previous record
The ball to be given by the Jackson
Engine Co., on the night of the Fourth
promises to be a very pleasant event.
Every detail is being carefully arrangeu
by the committee in charge and from
the number of tickets that are being
sold, a large crowd will surely attend.
The music will be by the Orchestra
ion and many will go just to hear
them play, while those jrbo dance can
be sure of having splendid music. The
ball will be a luting close for the observ
ance of the Fourth. -
Claims Against the City.
The council, at its meeting Saturday
night, ordered the following bills to be
peid. Under the new charter warrants
bearing iuterest cannot longer be issued,
but cheques are drawn upon the treas
urer, who makes payment in cash :
f Douglas S Dufur, recorder 75 00
James H Blakeney, marshal .... 7o 00
Geo J Brown, engineer fire dept. 75 00
W H Butts, street com 62 50
1 1 Burget, treasurer 20 00
John Blaser, fire warden 10 00
Dalles Elec Lt Co, fire dept 6 40
Dalles Elec Lt Co, street lights. . 180 04
Dalles Elec Lt Co, office light. . . 5 40
F G Connellvnight watchman. . CO 00
W R Brown', labor 3 50
J F Reynolds, two c'ds oak wood 10 00
Irwin Hodson Co, two bond reg-
isters, c e 31 00
Times-Mountaineer, pub notices. 6 50
ueo u Barnard & (Jo, Utho Donds luo uu
many articles of real merit. The pages
are devoted to musical topics and are
enthusiastic in its support of The Dalles
Orchestra. . If the succeeding copies
keep the high standard of the issun for
June every lover of music should not
fail to be a reader. The Cheoniclb
hopes its little neighbor will have abun
dant success and help to stimulate in
terest in the musical talent of this city.
A CARLOAD OF PIANOS
JaGobsefl Book & Jfcie Go.'s,
162 Second St., The Dalles, Or. '
R W Crandall, judge of election
J W Blakeney, ' "
Thos Haelam, "
J K. Page,
Jno M Marden, " "
h.miJe Schanno. " "
C E Bayard, " "
erd H Uietzel, clerk of
E P FitzGerald, "
F A Abernathv. "
J H Cradelbangb, " "
b M Hill. "
Or Tel & Teoh Co, message
Jacobsen Book & Music Co, sta
tionery '. . . . 1 50
T T Nicholas, feeding prisoners. . 10 00
Mr. Frank Huott went to Portland to
Mr. H. W. French went to Portland
on this afternoon local.
Miss Hilda Beck went to Portland this
morning for a short visit.
Mr. T. J. Moffit, of Ru Hedge, Sherman
county, is in the city today.
Mr. D. M. Freneh and T. J. Driver
returned laec night from Portland. .
Mr. J. A. Znm wait, ft farmer in the
Wamic country, is in The. Dalles today.
Mr. D. H. Roberts returned last night
from Portland, where he made a snort
Mr. B. S. Huntington and familv left 1
this morning for a' camping trip down
the river. . , "
Mr. O. M. Scott, formerly a resident
of Sherman county but now a business
man of Portland, B in the city.
Dr. Sturdevant) who has been absent
from the city on professional business in
the country, returned home yesterday.
Mrs. A. M. Williams and her daughter,
A good joke is being told on a member fAlrs. H. W. French, were passengers to
of the police force. Last night an In- Portland this morning on the Regulator
dian in the east end of town, became Miss Myrtle Michell is visiting in
somewhat obstreperous and necessitated Portland at the home of Mr. and Mrs
And other high grades to select from.
COMPETITIVE SALE now on, and you must remember
. we always lead and let the others follow.
OUR PRIJES ARE RIGHT. Pianos from $150 up
ward, on the installment plan.
FREE CONCERT to all music-loving people will begin
Tuesday night and continue during the week.
an arrest being made. A policeman was
quickly on the ground and captured him
together with bis horse. The problem I
of how to get him to jail was solved by
the man with a star taking hold of the
bridle and leading the horse with thed
Indian upon it down Second street. All;
went well till a shout of laughter caused1
the captor to turn around and see that
his victim bad given him the slip and
that he was taking an inoffensive heme
to jail. The Indian, realizing how cheap
was, horseflesh, concluded he could -sacrifice
his pony better than he could his
pride rnd so slipped from the norse and
fled. His freedom was short lived, how
ever, for ue was soon recaptured and
greeted the new recorder this morning
in the police court.
A complaint was sworn out in Justii e
Davis' court charging Lee Morehouse
with the larceny of a horse from Myn n
Taf t and a saddle from Albert Robert,
on the Deschutes. Tatt is the private
prosecutor. (Jonetable urquhart re
ceived word laat night that Morehouse
had passed Hood River westward-bound,
and was probably going to Cascade
Locks. Mr. Urquhart went down on
the Regulator this morning, and expects
to bring his man hack, today. More'
house is also charged with, the larceny
of seme wheat from George Rice, but no
allegation was made in the complaint.
RMays. She is expected home in a short
Amos Underwood, a pioneer resident
along the Columbia, was in the city last
night, hie is one of the oldest settlers
along the river.
Miss Anna Smith of Hood River has
been chosen, a delegate to the national
convention of the Christian Endeavor
society, which meets at Boston.
Rev. I. H. Hazel, pastor of the Firet
Christian church, accompanied by bis
wife, returned last night from a some
what lengthy absence from the city..
Mrs. C. W. Garrison, daughter of Mr.
Henry Williams of 8-Mile, came np from
8t. Helens on the boat last night to at
tend her brother, Frank Williams, who
is still very sick
Mrs. Frank Shoemaker of Hood River
and Mr. L. M. Shellaberiier of Portland,
who has been visiting near Hood River,
came up on the Regulator last night and
returned this morning.
, - Captain Sweeney, U.S. A., San Diego
Cal., says : "Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy
is the first medicine I have ever found
that would do me any good." Price 60c
-...The Harmony, a monthly paper pub
lished is The Dalles and edited by J. G.
Miller1, reached our table this morning.
It is very attractive in form and contains
On 8-Mile, to the wife of J. W. Harris,
The Wasco Warehouse Vo, haver 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 flotir, the best flour in the market
and sola only in ton lots or over. - W-tl
''Travelers find a safe companion in
De Witt's Colic and Cholera. Cure. A
change in drinking1 water and "in diet
often causes Severe and dangerous com,
plaints. .This medicine always ' cares
them. Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
Subscribe for Tbx Chko.niclk.
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.,
Telephone SJo. 25.
Arm TTTtTr 'itt k t t n i I a! T 3 j. 3 "
iUt -DitiiJv tne ironi Knociceu out anu win
dows stuck in its place, with a roof flopped on top, sur
round a complete and recently purchased Jine of
ppesh Dpugs and JVIedieines at
Donnell's Dracj Stoire.
Telephone 4o. IS.