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A Few Bargains
We want to call the attention of the Ladies to our line of
Outing Flannels. at 5c.
In medium and light shades.
Cotton Dress Fabrics ..at 10c.
We still have a few choice patterns in Dimities, Organdies and Percales.
Irish Lawns only 8 l-3c.
These Goods are warranted Fast Colors.
Dress Goods 15, 20, 25c.
We are showing some extra good values in Woolen and Cotton Mixtures
at half their original price. We are also showing extra values in
LACES, EMBROIDERY, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, WRAPPERS.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
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On and after July 15th the BOOK
STORE of M. T. Nolan will be at 54
Second St., next door to Grocery, cor
ner of Union and Second Sts.
American Tvla.de Goods.
Our Warranty Is-
If not perfectly satisfactoby, return them
and get another pair.
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- AUGUST 13. 1895
Lesrei From t1 Nwinbook of Cbronicle
Additional Local on Fourth Page.
Eight cars of stock from Heppner
passed throngh The Dalles tbia morning
bound (or Troatdale.
Wednesday and Thnraday will be fair
and warmer, according to the weather
prophecy received from Portland today.
The Regulator company's office is
adorped with an elegant new sign,
which is a 6ne piece of artistic skill. It
attracts attention from passers by.
The pile driver belonging to The
Dalles Poitland & Astoria Navigation
company is being pnt in good repair for
operations, which will begin shortly.
There will be a meeting of tbe fire
board this evening in the council
chambers. Every member is asked to
be present. The meeting is called for
Martin Enguian, the yonng man who
met with the terrible accident near 5
lilf, bv which he lost his hand, went
to Portland this morning, where he will
enter the hospital.
The returns from the cherries, which
wereshipptd from The Dalles July 12.
arrived this morning and the froit grow
crs, who had consignments in that car,
are receiving checks today.
The, fruit car from Portrand, which
was expected to arrive on the local this
morning will not coire till the night
train. -Tbe load will be completed here
tomorrow and sent to the Eastern
City, and then for a trip to tbe seashore.
While absent his position will be filled
by Mr. F. DeParcq, who, with his
family, have come from Portland.
The Good Templars of Dalles Lodge,
No. 2, will give a lawn social in the
Academy park, on Saturday evening,
Ang. 17th. As a visit, the Academv
park will be a pleasure, and since the
Good Templars are noted for their social
entertainments, this will be one of the
most pleasant events of the season. All
are invited to come and have a good
time. An amusing program will be ar
ranged and refreshments served for the
low sum of 15 cents.
The Elks are 'counting on having a
grand time at their next meeting at
Cascade Locks. Several people from
The Dalles, who want horns put upon
them, are candidates for initiatory exer
cises. All the members of the lodge
who reside in this city will go along as
escorts of honor. It is not yet known
bow the trip will be made. If a suffi
cient number goes, and the boars can
be arranged, the Regulator will proba
bly be chartered. Otherwise the party'i
will go by train.
Another rnnaway came nearly being
recorded this morning. The team of
George B. Teal was standing quietly in
fiont of The Chronicle office, when one
of the horses remembered that it bad
been several days since The Dalles had
seen a runaway and started to jump,
kick and perform all sorts of queer an
tics. It broke the traces, and in spite of
the efforts of a plucky boy, who held the
lines, wonld have broke away had not
the owner rushed out and stopped the
Hnimal and also a longer item.
Manager J. W. Condon, of the Seu-fert-Condon
Telephone Compan j , came
in today from the front. The workmen
are making rapid progress. The poles
are now in position as far us Boyd,
while the wire is stretched to 8-Mile.
By the end of the week connections will
be made with Dufur, and the first tele-
the boat line that other steamers, which
will reach The Dalles when the locks are
through, can find a landing place at the
D. P. & A. N. Co.'s dock and storage
room in the new warehouse, which will
be convenient for the discharge of freight
to and from steamers. This move is
made absolutely necessary by the in
crease .if business carried by tbe Regu
lator and Dalles City and the still fur
ther increase looked fot- when the locks
shall be through.
Tbe examination of Bluford Donglas
was concluded yesterday afternoon be
fore Justice Davis. The defendant was
held to await the action of the grand
jury in bonds to the sum of $300. The
case occupied most of the afternoon, and
was closely contested. Frank Watkins,
George Molloy and Art Barnham were
the witnesses for the prosecution. Wat
kine was the one from whom, according
to the evidence, the horse was obtained,
and Molloy the man to whom it was
sold. Barnham testified as to giving the
defendant a saddle, which, it was
claimed, Douglas sold to Molloy. The
defendant moved to dismiss the cha ge
on account of insufficiency of evidence;
but tbe motion was overruled. The
question was then argued as to whether
the justice had jurisdiction to pronounce
sentence, as it was a case of larceny by
bailee. The ciurt decided it did not
and that the justice acted only in the
capacity of committing magistrate.
Douglas was taken to the county jail,
and up to this time bad not furnished
Interview With Mr. Lord.
phone commnnication between The
I Dalles and nnv of the interior countv
Three hundred boxes of peaches lei6Jt0Wna wlI1 have been accompii8hed".
The Dalles on an earlv train this morn-V
ing for Portland. Besides these, thirty
six crates of cantaloupes were shipped.
The Dalles is taking high rank as one
of the foremost fruit (hipping points in
The funeral services of Chester, the
little eon of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bol
ton, took place this afternoon from tbe
residence of Mr. Bolton's mother. The
cervices were attended by a large num
ber of sympathizing friends of the be
reaved father and mother.
The exodus from the city . to the sea
shore and mountains will Boon cease.and
then the tide of travel will turn tbe
other way and each train and .boat
bring back sunburnt citizens, who have
been dig;in clams by the sounding sea,
or resting in the shade of the tall fin
Balfe Johnson, tbe accommodating
telegraph operator of tbe Western
Union, bas been granted a leave of ab
sence by the company,' and left today
ior a visit to his former home in Oregon
There are no obstacles to delay the
work, and the soil proves easy digging.
The benefits derived from this enter
prise will be very great, and when the
line is extended farther south and con
nected with other places, business deal
ings with The Dalles will be greatly in
The boat company have decided
Lord of The Dalles, while In
Portland Sunday was interviewed by an
Oregonian reporter and made some in
teresting statements regarding tbe grow
ing greatness of The Dalles as a wool
center. Mr. Lord is manager of the
Wasco warehouse and well qualified
to speak on the subject. During the
course of the interview Mr. Lord said :
The Dalles is getting to be the largest
wool market in the countrv. An im
mense territory, increasing in area each
season, is tributary to it. Our company
alone .has handled, this season, over
3,00,000 pounds of wool from actual
growers. In all not less than 5,000,000
pounds have been handled at The Dalles
this season. We tapped the Bitkleton
country away out beyond Goldendale.
Condon and Arlington have also shipped
their product to The Dalles. Next veor
they will hitch ud a lot of teams and
bring the Heppner product to the same
market. Wool has broueht. at The
V Dalles this vear. 2 cents a. nnnnd morn
toSlthan at any other market in Eastern
build a laree dock and warehonse on the vregon Washington. This was due
i met mat me neaviest Durers
river front. At the last meeting of the
board of directors the scheme was agreed
upon. Plans have been drawn for a
building 250 long and 60 feet wide. The
structure, which will be as large in floor
surface as the largest building in town,
will be erected on the open ground back
of the present company's offices and will
reach past the Cosmopolitan Hotel.
The piles have been ordered from Cas
cade Locks and will arrive some time
this week, when active operations will
be . begun. Mr. Hugh Glenn has been
appointed to-take: charge of the work."
It is the intention of the management of
make their headquarters at that point,
and also because of the cheaper trans
portation. The freight on wool per 100
pounds from Heppner to Boston, where
all the wool is shipped, is $1.80, while
irom ine ualles it is only $0.90 3 10
I he steamers do it. You see, the
Southern Pacific has an arrangement
with the Columbia river steamers, which
brings the rate from The Dalles down to
the figure stated.
AH warrants outstanding against
Dalles City are now due and payable at
my office. Interest ceases on and after
this date. ' 1. 1. Bceoet,
July 15tb, 1895. City Treas
Mr. W. L. Hinkle of Antelope is in
Mr. Wm. Dunn and family of Hepp
ner are iu the city.
Mr. S. L. Young was a passenger on
the Regulator this morning.
Mrs. J. Forwood has gone to Portland
to remain for a week or ten days.
Mr. G. H. Baker, a prominent mer
chant of Goldendale, is in the city.
Mr. 8. E. Van Vactor of Goldendale
came up on the Regulator last evening.
Mr. Hugh Glenn returned last night
from a week's sojourning at the sea
City Recorder Phelps left this morn
ing to hmsh bis vacation at Alotlit
Mr. Geo. P. Morgan, formerly editor
of the Wasco County Sun, is in the tity
from Cascade Locks.
Mrs. Henry Michell came over from
Goldendale this morning to attend the
loneral of little Chester Bolton.
Mr. H. H. Riduell was a raesenger
on the Regulator last evening returning
from a short visit at btevenson.
Miss Sola Ruch returned on the Reg
ulator vesterday from Stevenson, where
she visited the Story camp.
Harry Fredden left on the boat this
morning for Mouit springs, where he
will spend a week or so camping.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Wilson were pas
sengers to Hood River on the Regulator
this morning. J. hey will return tonight.
Mr. A. Bettingen. Sr.. accompanied
by his grandson, Bertie Baldwin, re
turned last night on tbe boat from Port
letz Indian agency to assume the posi
tion as teacher in the government
Miss Florence Hilton went to Hood
River this morning for some cycling
along the smooth roads of the Hood
Mr. J. C. Riggs and family returned
yesterday from Matoles, Crook county,
where they have heen spending the
summer at their ranch.
Prof. A. C. Jones, president of Vashon
college, in Washington, state, is in The
Dalles today on business connected with
that institution of learning.
Mr. Charles A. Wintermier has re
turned from a trip into Crook county.
Me will attend the University oi Oie-
gon during the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Faulkner, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Hobson, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Bailey left yesterdav for 15-Mile,
where they will go into camp.
Dr. Siddall returned this morning
from a visit - to Clatsop beach. The
Dalles people, the doctor says, are all
having a splendid time. The weather
at the beach i very cool.
Mr. E. S. Farrington and wife of Echo,
Nevada, who has been visiting Mr. D.
Farrington, and relatives in Wafco
countv, left for home on the noon train.
Mr. Farrington is a prominent lawyer
Mr. Norman C.'Wilson arrived in The
Dalles this morning on the train from
tne East. ' Mr. Wilson is an old Dalles
boy, well and favorably known, who for
several years has been in business in
Phoenix, Arizona. He will spend some
time in the city visiting bis mother and
relatives. -; " '
Or. Miles" Pain Pills can Neuralgia
A CARLOAD OF PIANOS
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Jaeobsen Book & IVIasie Co.'s,
162 Second St., The Dalles, Or.
And other high grades to select from.
COMPETITIVE SALE now on, and you must remember
we always lead and let the others follow. '
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
ward, on the installment plan.
Pianos from $150 up-
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