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cated at No. 54
FOR THE BOYS. .
Here's your opportunity. Come, bring your mothers with you,
and take your choice of our Suits.
Cassimeres, Cheviots, Worsteds,
nee Pants or Xiong Pants,
25 per cent, discount from marked price.
SEE OUR CORNER WINDOW.
For Men, Women and Children,
To call attention to our Shoe Department to the feet that here
are the latest designs, the new lasts, perfect workmanship and
We will give one pair of Rubbers free
with each pair of Shoes, sold, this day only.
SEE OXTR SHOW WINDOWS.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & . MAYS.
. "We just want to tell you that we are in the STOVE
business ourselves, and you 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. rjtust come
and see for yourselves before you buy, and say ! bring your
money .with yb'u: for Ave are going to sell them so low
that their won't be profit enough in it, to pay our book
keeper's wage3 while he makes the charge.
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FRIDAY, - NOVEMBEK15, 1895
Leates From the Notebook of Chronicle
At the Baldwin theater.
There were no offenders in the police
There will be no admission charged at
the Armory this evening.
Next week in the circuit court will be
a hot one for criminal trials.
The grand jury is busy this afternoon
examining into the Chinese murder caie.
The Regulator took her accustomed
load of 500 sacks of wheat this morning.
A carload of hogs was shipped from
The Dalles stockyards to Troutdale this
The Home Dramatic Club will hold a
practice this evening. - The first two acts
will be reheareed.
The teachers' examination closes this
afternoon. As the number of appli
cants is small, it will not take long for
the papers to be examined.
The grand jury ; returned two-"not
true bills" this afternoon. One was in
the case of L. Mahaffy, charged with is
suing a fictuons check and the. other in
the case of a man named Nbrthrup
charged with larceny.
The' box sheet for the minstrels Satur
day night -is now open and tickets are
selling rapidly. A good seat Is prefera
ble to a bad one and those who buy first
get the pick. Tickets are for sale at the
usual place. Popular prices prevail.
The case of J. L. Story vs. Joseph
Southwell was on trial this morning in
the circuit court. The case went to the
. jury. at a little before ..noon and after
dinner a verdict was brought in favoring
the plaintiff in tbe amount, of f 80.
Colonel Thompson has approved the
application sent from Pendleton asking
"leave for a militia company to be formed
there and the application has been for
warded to tbe State Military board at
Salem." "It is not yet known what the
designation of the company will be.
D. H. Roberts, referee in the divorce
suit of Florence Glenn Vs. J. D. Glenn
has filed his report and Judge Bradehaw
granted a decree dissolving the bonds of
matrimony. The custody of a minor
child, aged four years, is given to. Flor
renoo Glenn. H. H. Riddell is attorney
f jr the plaintiff.
Late yesterday evening the grand jury
returned indictments against Lee Moore
house, charging 1 him with larceny of a
mare; Bluford Douglas, larceny by bail
ee ; Lee Moorebonee and Myron -Taft,
charged with burglary, .the alleged of
fense' being stealing grain from a granery
near the Deschutes. These men were
all bound over from Justice Davis' court
and have been lying in jail ever since
the middle of. the summer.
The address by Dr. Gue, which will be
given in the armory tonight, is one
which no one can afford to miss. Dr.
Gue was pastor of tbe Grace Methodist
church for several years and is now pre
siding elder for the Portland district.
He is an eloquent speaker and deeply in
terested in the principles which the G.
A. R. and Woman's Relief Corps stand.
It will be a rare treat to hear him.
The directors of The Dalles, Portland
&. Astoria Navigation Company held a
regular meeting last evening. All the
members of tbe board were present ex
cept Mr. Mays, who is out of the city.
The reports of the company's business
during the month of October were very
satisfactory and showed that a largo
volume of. business had been done.
Only routine matters were gone through
with at the meeting last night.
Workmen go down to the Cascades to
morrow to make some alterations in the
portage incline at the lower end , of tbo
locks. The bulkhead is now sufficiently
cleared out so that the dredge can go to
work. This necessitates that a portion
of the incline be changed. The -job
will not be a very lengthy one. The
.management of tbe boat lines and the
Messrs. Day have always worked in the
closest harmony, a condition conducive
to the welfare Of both.
The parade of public school scholars
was witnessed by. a -large crowd this
afternoon. There were 600 students in
line but as they marched along the side
walk it Beemed as thongh the number
was an under-estimate. It was a good
opportunity to get an idea of the size of
tbe .attendance jn jour public spbools.'
The exercises . are being held in the
Armory, but they will. not be through in
time for this afternoon's paper. A full
report will be given . tomorrow. The
Armory contains a' vast crowd who are
much interested in the program.
. . Hose Company Meeting.
List of Kills Allowed.
Following is a portion of the bills
allowed by the county court last week.
The list will be continued tomorrow : '
There will be a special "meeting of
Mt. Hood Hose company at the Hose
house on tomorrow (Saturday) evening
at 7 :30 o'clock to perfect arrangements
for the ball to be given by tbe company
on Tnanksgiving night. A full atten
dance is requested. By order of - tbe
president. . John. V Lewis, Sec'y.
The Dalles, Nov. 15, 1895.
When Baby was sick, -we gave her Castoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, -When
she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
W H Butts, coroner's fees
Adolph feandrock, juror fees. .
Alex McLeod, do
U M routs, do
Hugh Gourlay, do ....
F N Hill, do ....
William Collins, witness
Ed Holmes, do
Wm Stewart, cio
W L Otven, do
id Klvne, do
H A Miller, do
Derham & Dee. lumber Co road .
Jos Wingfleld, appraisag damgs
ts K lucker, lumber (Jo road. . .
A C Larke, lumber Co road. . . .
Jas LaDuc, damages Co road. ...
WrigM & Mcuanewy, lumber
Co road " . ;.
Chas Derham, lumber Co road .
N W Wallace, work county road
G H Riddell, appraisers damage
Martin Jacshaw, apprs damage
Isaac Young, apprs Co road
W 8 Kelsay, viewing Co road. . .
C C O'Neil, viewing Co road. . . .
J H Sherar, work & viewing Co
Dr Eshelman, prof serv paupers
E F Sharp, eurveying Co road. .
C F Perrin, services Co road. . . .
Iii F Sharp, establishing section
Jos T Peters, supplies
J M til loon, supplies
Jos"T Peters, wood and lumber
B F Swift, work on Co road. .". .
Jnlia Obarr, board & lodging
orphan boy. . .
Gunning & Hockinan,repairtool9
Geo Ituch, supplies pauper.
Jacobsen Book & Music Co, sup
C F Williams, sprinkling ......
rt Herbring, supplies paupers. .
Chronicle Pub Co, publishing. .
Times Mountaineer, publishing
Dalies Uity water works, rent .
A M Williams &Co, nails
J C Benson, repairing bridge. . .
J B Crossen, mdse Mrs Crane. .
J B Crossen, GAR relief
T H Wakefield, service assessor
Ida Wakefield, assistant assessor
A S Roberts, constable fees. . . .
Diamond Mills, flour for Fex. . .
O T & T. Co, messages. .... ...
M M Cashing, board non-res
Chronicle Pub Co, pub delin
quent taxes . .-. .
G W Phelps, dist atty fees
C P Heald, dist Atty fees
W A Johnston, supplies pauper
W SMvers, GAR relief
J B Crossen, GAR relief. .
G VV Smith, work on Co road. ..
Julius Wiley, witness
Lee Evans, witness
Seven bottles of Strickland's Sarsap
arilla for $5, -at -the Snipes-Kiaersly
Drug Co. Telephone No. 3.
. 3 50
turned with her two children to Bickle-:
ton daring-the week.
On Saturday a pleasant surprise was
given Mrs. G. H. Dunn at her residence.
Just before the dinner hoar a dozen
ladies appeared with baBkets and taking
possession of tbe dining room proceeded
to spread a bountifal dinner,.which was
greatly en joyed, by rH .after which the
party enjoyed themselyes socially during
the afternoon. Those present were Mrs
Grant Ashbv, Mrs Boyd Ashby, Mrs
Doc Kitnsay, Mrs Frank Irvine, Mrs N
W Wallace, Sirs WInnick, Mrs . J. C
Murphy, Mrs C V Lane, Miss Hinton,
Miss Irvine and several of the little
Mr. James Donaldson of Kingsley is in
Rev. G. W-Gue arrived on the after
noon train from Portland.
Mr. A. M. Barrett of Cascade Locks
came to the city last night.
Mr. A. H. Breyman, a pioneer banker
of Portland, is in the city.
Mr. A. J. Swift, a well-known stock
raiser of Wamic, is in the city.
Mr. J. H. Cradelbaugh returned to
day from .;Goldendale where he bad
business in the supreme conrt.
Mr. Will Crossen left on the afternoon
t-ain for Portland to attend the foot ball
game which takes place to day. -
Mr. Ahio S. Watt, one of the officials
in the O. R. & N. Co., is in the city on
matters concerning the company.
Mr. Gay G. 'Willie, one of Portland's
young attorneys, arrived in The Dalles
last night from the metropolis. Mr.
Willis was a student ot the Wasco Inde
pendent Academy in its palmiest tfays
and is well known to-, a large number of
our residents, tie now has a large legal
practice in Portland and is looked upon
as one of tbe coming men.
Highest market -price -paid for all
k'nds o: poultry, eggp, dry 'hides and
furs. Will pay cash for same. Apply
to A. F. Martin, center of block east cf
Ski bbe hotel, Second street. '
W ho Wants Money?
All countv warrants registered prior to
Mar. 1st, 1892,. will be paid if presented
at my office, corner 3d and Washington
streets, Tbe Dalles, Or. Interest ceases
after Nov. 14, 1895. -
No more BOILS, no more PIMPLES'
Use Kinersly's Iron Tonic. The Snipes
Kinerely Drug Co. Telephone No. 3.
Thos. Harper returned Monday from a
trip to The Dalles. - -
M. and Mrs. I.em Burges3 of Bake
Oven spent a couple of days visiting in
Mr, Frank Cram made a trip to Bake
Mrs. Win nick and little daughter of
Moscow, Idaho, are Tisiting ber parents,
Mr.' and Mrs. Wallace.
Mrs. Morebead of Bickleton, Wash.,
made her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kelsay,
of Batk Hollow a pleasant visit and re-
BGO & PJSIG GO'S
1 82 Second Street, The Dalies, Oregon.
One Pound Fine IsTote Paper,
with leb 'Square 'Eirvlqpes -to match,:
All for 25 Cents.
Don't fail to get a box. See Display in pur Show "Win
dow. Pianos and Organs sold on easy monthly payments.
In bchool iJooks and btationery we are the leaders.
Jacotjsen Book 3c Music Go.,
162 Second Street.
Only a few names
- as a "persuader.1
Just received, a new and elegant buk 61 Handkerchief Extracts and Sachets,
principally "Lundborgs," at
Telephone Ho 15.
C. F. STEPHENS.
and sells at
(Jet Out of tlpe Uet.
The farmers want rain, and it has come,
under one of Stephens' fine Umbrellas.
Rubber Goods of all descriptions
Sole at prices to suit you.