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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1895)
Pants Pants Pants
Our Stock of Men's, Boys' and Youths' Pants
piled on our Pants Counter at
50 Per Cent. Discount.
These goods are all marked in plain figures, and we
CUT THE PRICE RIGHT IN TWO.
Your Choice, ONE-HALF OF MARKED PRICE-
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS.
We x respectfully invite all
those in need, of a cook or
heating stove or steel v range
to call and examine our
line and get our prices. We
have a ver' large assortment
to select from, Ave can give
you splendid bargains this
year, and will guarantee to
save you money,' simply be
cause ' we are satisfied with
We are also prepared to do
plumbing, tinning, Hot water
heating, furnace work, and
employ none but first class
workmen, pratical and exper
ienced in this class of work.
All work guaranteed. Spec
ial inducements to cash buy
ers. MAIER & BENTON,
Next door to Snipes-Kiri-ers
Drug Co.; A. Bettingen's
old stand, Second street.
Nolan's Book Store now lo
cated at No. 54 Second St.
Want a Pointer?
We just want to tell you that we are in the STOVE
business ourselves, and jtou can't save any money by going
anywhere else for a stove. We will sell you one for as little
money as anybody, and we think, a little less. Just come
and see for yourselves before you buj', and say! bring your
money with you for 'we are going to sell them so low
that their won't be profit enough in it to pay our book
keeper's wages while he makes the charge.
KEiLTTS & CROWE,
VANBIBBER & WORSLEY,
Phone No. so. THE GROCERS.
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FRIDAY, - - -
OCTOBER 25, 1895
Leaves Frtrtu the Notebook of Chronicle
The weather for today and tomorrow
is lair and warmer.
To the Cascades.
Remember the excursion given next
Sunday by the Orchestra Union. The
entire brass band will be in attendance.
The friends of Miss Grace Sharp, who
has been seriously ill in Portland for
several months, will be glad to know the
young lady is improving in health.
A meeting of the Elks of this city is
called fcr 7 o'clock this evening, in the
parlors of the Umatilla House. Matters
of importance relating to. the meeting
Saturday night will be discussed.
This good weather will not last much
longer and next Sunday wi!l probably be
the last excursion to Cascade Locks for
the year. Don't fail to take this pleas
ant opportunity of seeing this great
Two victims greeted City Recorder
Phelps this morning and were found to
be guilty of overestimating their capacity
for liquor. One of them paid a f5 fine
and the other being fined twice that
amount and lacking the wherewith went
The receipts of wheat at the ware
houses were much larger today than
yesterday. The Klickitat teams were in
the majorit3'. At 7o'clock this morn
ing ten. wagons were in line on the ferry
bill across the river waiting to reach
Ninety hogs from Klickitat county
were brought to the stockyards today
for shipment to Port Townsend. They
were purchased by Cbas. Butler. A
band of cattle also came in to be taken
to the sound. . It is probable they will
be driven overland.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will give a Tom Thumb and Chrys
anthemum show at sotne date early in
November. The ladies are making;
great preparations iof the event and
some unique exhibitions may be ex
pected. The exact date will be an
The passenger train going west this
morning 'was composed of thirteen
coaches. On board was a large excur
sion from Eastern Oregon cities some
coming from as great a distance as
Huntington. The Portland Exposition
is drawing immense crowds and the
financial eucces9 of the fair seems to be
assured. Everyone who attends brings
back the same good report of the excel
lence of the exposition.
The coming season promises to be a
very lively on socially. Besides the re
cital to be given Thanksgiving evening,
which was announced yesterday, th
Home Dramatic Club will play for the
benefit of charity, Thanksgiving eve.
The club held a meeting last evening to
consider a request to play and decided
to acquiesce. The piece put on will be
"A Night Off," a comedy of great humor
which will undoubtedly draw a large
house. The parts have been assigned
and the club will begin practicing at
The first shipment of this season's
wheat from Rockland went this morn
ing by the Regulator. Between six and
seven hundred sacks were on the dock
waiting to be taken aboard. It is ex
pected another lot will be ready in a
short time. The freight business done
by the Regulator this week 19 one of the
greatest for any week since the flood
time of '94. Three boat loads of sheep,
one of hogs and today's shipment of
wheat make a big record which will be
followed tomorrow by a large miscellan
eous cargo, which has been waiting sev
eral day 9 for a chance to go.
The Christian Endeavor Society of the
Congregational church are proposing
large things for the entertainment of
this community In the coming Decem
ber. Their entertainment will be called
the "Festival of Times and Seasons,"
and if old Father Time himself, who is
expected, should fail to come on account
of. age and infirmities, he has promised
fo send his twelve children 'who will
faithfully represent his interests in the
year's doings, assisted each by four of
the next generation, making sixty-two
in all. The society expects this festival
to occupy two evenings in Armory hall.
Congressman Ellis will arrive in The
Dalles tomorrow morning from Heppner
and spend the day in this city. This
will be the last opportunity Mr. Ellis
will have of meeting his constituents, as
he leaves almost immediately for Wash
ington to begin his congressional labors
There are several questions of vital iur
portance to the people of Eastern Oregon
concerning which it would be well to
consult informally with Mr. Ellis. The
necessity of allowing sheepmen to pas
ture their flocks in the accustomed places
is one of them and the matter of river
improvements another. If a meeting of
business men and citizens could be
called and Mr. Ellis invited to address
them on these important questions, it
would be both a benefit to our people
and a deserved compliment to our con
The Dalles Portland & Astoria Nav.
Co. will sell round trip tickets during
the Expositon at $2.00. Tickets good
ten days from date of sale.
W. C. Aixaway,
o9d-w21t. Gen. Act.
Seven bottles of Strickland's Sarsap
arilla. for $5, at the . Snipes-Kinersly
Drug Co. Telephone No. 3.
. Almost a Sensation.
Last night a stranger registered at one
of our leading hotels, and handed the
proprietor, who, by the way, is one of
the oldest and best known hotel men in
the state, $13.50, the stranger saying at
the same time that in all probability he
would be drnnk by morning, and in case
he should ask the hotel proprietor for
the money, it was not to be given him
until sober. This morning the stranger,
who bad mad 6 his word good by getting
gloriously inebriated, came around and
wanted the money, which the proprie
tor, seeing his condition, refused to give
up, telling him to come around when
sober. So the man went out declaring
he would see a lawyer and raise thunder
generally. The first attorneys' office he
struck happened to be the - firm of Sin
nott & Sinnott, to whom he stated his
grievances'. Marshal Blakeney was
called into action, and. armed with vari
ous papers, went to the hotel and asked
which one of the proprietors he should
take into custody. The junior partner
insisted that the marshal should take
the senior partner to jail, while the
latter, who by this time was wondering
what sort of a mess he had got into, tried
to get the younger one, who is well
known as an irresistable josher, to ex
plain the matter. After considerable
fun, the $13.50 were dug up, and the at
torneys deducting their fee, the man
proceeded to get still further glorious on
what was left. .
l'roposett Lecture Course.
The ladieB of the Congregational church
have been busy for some time arranging
a lecture course for the coming winter.
It is the intention to Becuro some of the
best foreign talent to be found in the
Btate. . Although the list is not yet com
plete, a perusal of the following names of
people who will deliver lectures upon
different topics, will give some idea of
the treats in 6tore for the people of The
From Portland will come Ex-Atty
General Geo. H. Williams,.Judge L. L.
McArthur, Hon. Thomas N. Strong,
Hon. D. P. Thompson, Col. James
Jackson, U. S. A. ; from Salem Rev. P.
S. Knight and Rev. W. C Kantner;
from Forest Grove Prof. Lloyd, of Pacific
University. Hon. John Michell of this
city, who is known as a speaker of abil
ity, is also one of the lecturers. It is
expected Mrs.-E. W. Allen of Portland
will give a lecture, aided by etereoptican
views. Several other distinguished
gentlemen are being written to, some of
whom will probably accept.
A winter lecture course is heeded in
every town and it is hoped our citizens
will take hold of the matter heartily and
encourdce the ladies of the church in
their laudable efforts. -
Mr. Andrew Marrow of Prineville is a
visitor to town.
Mr. O. II. Tbornsen, a business man
of Seattle, is in the city.
Mr. P. T. Sharp returned last night
from a visit to his daughter in Portland.
George W. and John Ward, two well
known farmers of Kingsley, are in the
city. ' j
B. S. Huntington, Esq., went to Bla
Iock on the noon train on . legal busi
ness. Miss Emma Jacobsen came home on
last evening's boat from a visit in Port
land. - -
Mr. Dinsmore Parrish was among the
passengers leaving on the Regulator this
M. Stephans of Chicken Springs is in i
the city, returning home from the Port- '
Mr. George .W. Triplow of Hood River,
who spent yesterday in The Dalles, re
turned home this morning.
Mr. Felix Magnire, a former resident
of The Dalles but now employed in the
railroad shops in Albina, is visiting in
Mr. John Melville of the La Grande
railroad shops is in the city. Mr. Mel
ville was for many years a resident of
County Surveyor Sharp returned to
day from eurveying the Rattlesnake
canyon. In company with J. D. Gibson,
John McGrath and' James McMillan,
Mr. Sharp went over the proposed route
and carefully surveyed it. The road
can be easily built this fall if work is
commenced at once. The grade begins a
quarter of a mile south of the free bridge
and terminates at James Walker's place,
at the head of Rattlesnake canyon. It
wil run through about one-half dirt and
one-half rock. The stakes: have been
set at a distance of one chain apart.
The incline for one mile is eighteen
inches to the rod, and for two miles
fifteen inches. The surveyor and vietv
ers epent three days on the work.'
The chronic grumbler still lives, but
there are less cases of chronic Indigestion
and Dyspepsia than formerly. The fact
is so many people in the past have taken
Simmons Liver Regulator that they are
now cured of these ills. And a great
multitude are now taking Simmons
Liver Regulator for the same troubles
and they'll soon be cured. "It is the
best medicine." Mrs.-E. Raine, Balti
Just received a choice lot of Dry Oak
Wood. ' Maiee & Benton.
By young man of good habits. Can
furnish good references. Will do any
kind of honest work. Apply at this
No more BOILS, no more PIMPLES,
Use Kinersly's Iron Tonic. The Snipes-
Kinersly Drug Co.t Telephone No. 3.
Just gaze at the Ad. of the Jacobsen
Book and Music Co., which will appear
tomorrow. They offer a rare bargain
in fine stationer v.
Pnly a few names -e
s a "persuader."
. - o
Just received, a new and elegant bulk of Handkercbief Extracts and Sachetsf
principally "Lundborge," at
Donnell's Dtug SXope.
Deutsche Apotheke. Telephone Jlo. 15.
something to show
in the way of
All Grades and Prices.
You Ought to See the
Ladies' Fur Gapes
Just received at C. F. Stephens'. They are
elegant and represent the latest styles.
C. E STBPHBirS.