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On and after July 15th the BOOK
STORE of M. T. Nolan will be at 54
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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. v..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
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WEDNESDAY, - - AUGUST 14. 1895
Leaves From the Notebook of Chronicle
Additional Local on Fourth Page.
Ten crates of cantaloupes were6hipped
this morning to Portland.
The price of wheat rone one cent yes
terday in the Chicago market.
Mr. Pague fends a report that Thurs
day will be fair and slightly warmer.
. School will commence September 2d
at Smock Prairie, in the southern part
ot the connty. Mr. Jolin A. Haylock
will be the teacher.
School Snperintendent Shelley lias
figured the apportionment from the
school appropriation and finds that it
amounts to $2.15 per pupil.
Ten cars of wreckage from a freight
wreck on the eastern division, passed
through The Dalles this morning on the
way to the repair shops at Albtna.
Grapes have made their appearance
ii the. local markets. This locality
raises all kinds of fiaitand as one va
riety disappears another .comes to take
A valuable cow belonging to T. J.
Driver was killed this morning by being
run over by an engine near the depot.
There isn't enough of the animal left to
sell for sausage meat.
'J Somebody in Portland ia to have a
massive monument. Three' flat cars
loaded with heavy '. granite passed
through The Dalles this morning. The
pieces were unutually large' ones and of
' handsome proportions. '
Workmen are engaged today in mak
ing alterations and improvements on
John Hertz' etore. New shelving will
be put in and another large counter.
The changes are necessary to accommo
date an increased stock.
The friends of Miss Grace Sharp will
be pained to learn that she is again very
ill... Several weeks ago she was taken to
Portland, iu the hope that a change
would do her good ; but so far there ha
been no benefit. At last accounts she
was considered quite low.
..It is not yet settled- whether or not
. the. Regulator, will run an excursion to
' the Locks Sunday. There will be" a great
many who would like au oppprtunty of
making the river trip, and if the or
' cbestra goes along, -there would u'n
, doubtedly .be a large crowd attend. ? ,;i
The regular teachers' examination is
now in proxrees 'at the court house:
Supt. Shelley is in charge of the exami
nation, assisted by Miss . Rintoul and
, Miss Lang. Twenty-two applicants are
.passing through the ordeal of question
ing. The test is exclusively written.
This afternoon the candidates for certifi
cates are being examined in orthogra
phy and grammar. A list 01 the suc
cessful applicants will be published at
the close of the examination.
The railroad company will run an ex
cursion to the locks next Sunday when
the big excursion from Eastern Oregon
arrives. The time-table will be so ar
ranged that parties who go will have a
whole dav at tbe locks. The exact time
is not yet announced. The round trip
fare will be a dollar.
The sheriffs office is busy collecting
delinquent taxes. People do not run
over one another in their scramble to
piy their proportion of the county's ex
pense, but every day some money comes
in from delinquents. The sheriff has
been instructed to levy oh the property
of those who do not pay within the re
On account of the sickness of her
father, Mies Brydolf haB been compelled
to tender her resignation as a teacher in
The Dalles public schools, to which po
sition she was elected by tbe board of
directors. This will necessitate the
election of a new teacher. Mi9S Bryuolf
was chosen to fill the place made vacant
by the resignation of Miss Hollister.
. Anita, the fast trotting mare, was
taken to Portland on the boat this morn
ing, where she will be sold to parties
there. Anita ia a splendid animal and
holds the beet record on the . track
in this city. At present she is owned
by Mr. J. W. Condon. . Her track per
formances are well known abroad, and
the gray mare will undoubtedly bring a
g tod figure.
A delightful party was given last
night by Mr. and Mrs. W.H.Grpat.at their
pleasant home on the hill. The evening
was passed in conversation and in listen
ing to some fine music. During the
evening the guests were served with
dainty refreshments.- Among those
present, besides the host and hostess,
were Mr. .and- Mrs. E. C. Price, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Crandall, Mr. and Mrs. George Ross,
Mr. and Mrs. Trego and Mrs. Groat ot
The large, excursion, which will. pasB
through The Dalles Sunday morning,
w 11 be one of the greatest of its kind in
Eistern Oregon. Those who have the
p -eject in charge say there is a great de
mand for tickets and every place of any
size will send representatives. There ia
n government work going on in the
United States of similar character to the
locks, which is a great undertaking.
The visitors who come so long a distance
to. view the locks, 'will be repaid for
their trouble by the interesting scenes
they will witness! !
The Dalles Real Estate Exchange has
in process' of publication a "pamphlet
.setting' forth the advantages of Waeco
county and The Dalles as places for im
migrants to seek homes. About $330
have been subscribed to meet the ex
pense, and in a few days the fund will
probably be raised to (400." The gentle
men in charge are working very hard to
attain a worthy object. Within-the
next few years there will be a great in
flux of immigrants into the Northwest,
and no place offers better inducements
than the country bordering on the east
ern side of the Cascade mountain?.
Every dollar judiciously spent in adver
tising our town and country will come
back, bringing others with it. Some
pictures of farms and places of Interest
will De printed in the pamphlet. l
A romance in real life was conclnded
MisB Graham of Hood River is visiting
friends in the city. .
Mr. P. T. Sharp went to Portland on
the afternoon local.
'Miss Eva Maxwell of Goldendale ia
visiting friends in the city.
Mr. J. A. Gnlliford, a prominent
farmer of Dnfnr, is in the city.
Mr. Geo. P. Morgan returned to hia
looms at the Locks this morning,
this morning by the marriage of Herrick j Mr. J. W. French has returned from
Cail Von Ladiges to Mrs. Julia Jaachim. p visit to the seashore at -North Beach.
The groom ia a prosperous farmer, who
tills the fields on High Prairie, Klickitat
county, while the- bride arrived only
yesterday from Berlin, Germany. " She
came at the special instance and re
quest of Mr. Von Ladiges, and as soon
as arrangements could be completed tbe
happy pair proceeded to the office of
Justice Davis, who pronounced them
man and wife. The bride could not
speak a word of English so the services
of Mr. Schmidt, as an interpreter, were
called upon. After the ceremonv, the
newly wedded couple proceeded to their
home across tbe Columbia Six thous
and miles is a long journey to find a
husband, but love laughs at locksmiths
and long distances.
Negotiations are under : way looking
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towarus me erection oi a nanasome
brick building by the Odd Fellows lodge
of this city. The members of the society
have . long contemplated such a move,
and several years ago purchased the lot
on tbe corner of Third and Washington
streets, now occupied by Wm. Michell's
undertaking establishment. The bard
times interfered with . the plan, but now
that the financial closenees is easing and
foreign capital is. seeking investment,
the project has been revived. . Within
a few weeks it will be known for a cer
tainty whether the building will be con
structed, and if the present negotiations
result favorable, work will immediately
begin. Such a - structure would re a,
great addition to the architectural
beauty of the city, and it ia to be hoped
the Odd Fellows will be successful in
their wishes, and that the new hall will
Piling for tbe new steamer dock,
to be built by the D. P. & A. N. Co.,
has been loaded ..upon the scow at Cas
cades, and as soon aa a eailing wind
springs up, will he brought to The
Dalles. The piles are ot fine timber and
good length and will be put in the
ground to stay. Another important
move contemplated by the boat com
pany is the building of docks at several
points between here . and the Locke.
The country along the river is fast set
tling up and a great deal of way freight
ia handled for these places. By its gen
erous treatment, tbe boat company has
won friends everywhere along the river.
Below the Cascades passengers wait for
the Dalles City and allow other steamers
to pass, so popular is the company and
so accommodating its officials. When
the locks are open the D. P. & A. N. Co.
will still do the bulk of the business, aa
it does today. , .
Pr. Miles' Nerve Plasters for Rheumatism.
Mr. Aaron Frazier, professor of the
Dufur public schools, is in the city to
day. Miea Alma Schmidt has gone to
Stevenson for a visit with tbe Misses
Miss Anna Moore came up from Port
land last night on a visit to her mother,
on 3-Mile. -
Dr. Hollister went to Portland todi y
on professional business. He will re
turn on tonight's train.
Mr. E. M. Leslie, ex-sheriff of 'Sher
man county, accompanied by bis wife,
is in the city today.
Mrs. J. R. Warner of White Salmon,
came up on the Regulator last evening,
returning this morning.
Mr. J. W. Condon went to Portland
by the boat this morning. He will re
turn on the evening train. -
HI . TT Uor"K;no root, a nsaaonno nn
Vhe Regulator this morning to Stevenson,
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wnere lie win epenu a lew uaja wnu uis
Mr. C. W. Slade and wife of Grants
are in The Dalles today. Mr. Slade i."
proprietor of the hotel at that plce,
and came to the city to get medical at
tendance for his baby, who has been
quite aick. -
Mrs. D. E. Thompson of Lob Angeles.
California, is visiting her son, Mr. A. R.
Thompson, in this citv. Mrs. Thorn u
son is a former resident of this locaiuv.
and there will be many friends to wel
come her visit to The Dalles.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorls.
When she was a Child, she cried for Cantoris.
When she became Jliss, she clung to Oastorla,
Wben sne had Children, she save them Castaria.
A CARLOAD OF PIANOS
Jaeobsen Book & IVIasie Go.'s,
162 Second St., The Dalles, Or.
P-H fn) r?Ti CP
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. Pianos from $150 up
ward, on the- installment plan.
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.,
BUILDING : MATERIALS
Are You U uiuf to lh. Coaefc
This Bummer? If so, take the Regulator
line. Tickets on sale for the season at
rates lower than ever. Connections
made with all steamers leaving Port
land. Through tickets, and baggage
checked to destination. (No transfer
charges at Portland ).
W. C. Aixaway,'
' ' General Agent.
Chant In tbe KegnUter'i Time Card.
Commencing ' Wednesday, July 10th
and until further notice, steamer Reg
ulator will leave Tbe Dalles for Portland
at 8 a.m., instead of 7 a. m. Steamer
Dalles City will leave Portland at 7 a.
m., instead of 6 a. m.
W. C. Allawat, General Agt.
Stomach and Bowels Complaints are
best relieved by the timely nee of De
Witt's Colic A Cholera Cure. Insist on
having this preparation. Don't take
any other. Snipes-Kiaerdy Drug Co.
Toleplione SJTo. :aS.
Poison Fly Paper, .
. .. We handle the Celebrated
, "'.Tanglefoot " Sticky Fly
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i Poison Paper. Do not'be
. deceived into buying any
Sticky Fly Paper, other brands.
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