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THE DALLES, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1895.
Notions and Fancy Goods.
Sicilian Shell Hair Pins, per dozen 3()c
Ladiea' Purses, each -. 5
Ladies' Fancy Silk Garters, per pair $1.25
Ladies' Fine Saxony Mittens, pair 25c
Ladies' Fine Silk Mittens, special 50c
Our regular $1 Kid Gloves, special 75c
Colored Border Handkerchiefs, special 5c
Embroidered Swiss Handkerchiefs, special 12c
Tarn O'Shanters, all colors 50c
Ladies' Plaid Waiste, latest effects. f 2.75
Misses' Eton Capes 25c
Satin Ribbons, Nos. 7 to 12, per yard 10c
Buttermilk Toilet Soap, per cake 5c
Dry G-oods and House Furnishings.
Our entire line of 40 and 50c Dress Goods to close at 23c
All our Novelty Dress Goods, all grade?, at cost.
Chenille Portieres, immense stock ...... .$3 per pair np
Lace Curtains, latest designs .. . 50c per pair up'
Ready-made Sheets and Pillow Cases 20 and 75c up
Art Denims, newest shades and patterns. .40 and 50e yd
Pure White Turkish Bath Towels, 54 inch .'. . . . .75c
White Bed Spreads, from our specials . . ........ .95c np .
Pure All Liden Huck Towels, special 16c up
Fancy Curtain Screens 10 and 12c yd
Down Pillows from 75c to $1.59
Special line of Fancy Art Silks, 75c .special, 50c
25 per cent, discount
' on all Ca'pes and Jackets.
Child's and Misses Felt Slippers, best qualities. ...
...now going at 90c and $1
Child's and Misses' Felt Slippers, fur trimmed... . .
.can be had for $1.25 and $1.50
Ladies' Brown Felt Slippers, beaded, and trimmed
in velvet $1.50
Ladies' Black Quilted Satin Slippers, Needle Toe. .$1.75
Ladies' High-cut Felt Slippers, fur trimmed ..... .$2.00
Ladies' Tuikish SandalsTan Bnd Red Kid ..$1.25
Gents' Embroidered Velvet Slippers, spec. .$1 and $1.25
Child's, Misses' and Ladies' tButton Leggings.;..
to go at $1, $1.25 and $1.50
: : Special. - : .: :
Misses' Cape Mackintoshes, double texture. $5.75 $4.00
Boys' Cape Mackintoshes " " . 5.40 3.50
Ladies' Cape Mackintoshes " " . 8.00 5.9C
Men's Cape Mackintoshes . " " 5-35 375
Fine Embroidered Satin Suspenders, latest shades
and best materials, just in.
Gents' Hemstitched Silk "Reefer" Mufflers, some
thing new ; all shades 85c to $1.20
Fine Ribbed Underwear, good at $1.90 $1.50
Special values in Silk Handkerchiefs at. 50a
Fine Linen Handkerchiefs at. .33c
in Clothing and Overcoats. : : :
You will find the largest line at lowest living prices.
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FORMAL CALL ISSUED
For the National Republican
CHAIRMAN CARTER'S LETTER
Jtoomi In St. I.oule Hotels In Demand
for Next Jane Politicians Close
ly Watching ez-Presldent
Washington, Dec. 14. Chairman
Carter, of the republican national com
mittee, today issued the following call
for a national convention :
"To the Republican Electors of the
United States In accordance with usage
and the instructions of the republican
national convention of 1892, and by
the direction of the national committee,
the national convention of delegated re
presentatives of the republican party
will be held at the city of St. Louis,
State of Missouri, Tuesday, the 16th day
of June, 1896, at 12 o'clock, nooD, for the
purpose of nominating candidates for
president and vice-president of the
United States, to be supported at the
next national election, and for the tran
saction of euch other and further busi
ness as may be brought before it.
"Republican electors in the several
states and territories, and voters with
out regard to past political affiliations,
who believe in republican principles and
indorse the republican policy, are cordi
ally invited to unite under this call in
the formation of a new ticket. Each
state will be entitled to four delegates-at-large,
and for each' representative in
congrees-at-lafge two delegates, and for
each congressional district, each terri
tory, and the District of Columbia, two
"Delegates-at-large shall be chosen by
popular state conventions, called not
less than 20 days after this published
notice, and not less than SO days before
the meeting of the national convention
Congressional district delegates shall be
chosen at the conventions called by the
congressional committee of each district,
in the same manner as the nomination
of the representative in congress is made
in said district; that in any congression
al district where there is no republican
congressional committee the republican
state committee shall appoint from the
residents of such district a committee
for the purpose of calling a district con
vention to elect district delegates. Ter
ritorial delegates shnll be chosen in the
same manner as the nomination of dele
gates in congress is made. .Delegates
from the District of Columbia shall . bo
chosen at the convention to be called by
the committee of three provided for by
the national committee meeting in
Washington City. December 20, 1895,
and snch convention shall be constituted
o' members elected in the district pri
maries, to be held at such time and
place and to be presided over by snch
judges of election as such committee of
three may appoint.
"In addition to there-presentation now
authorized by the rules of the national
convention for the territories of Utah,
New Mexico, Oklahoma and Arizona,
the committee advises each of the eaid
territories to elect lour delegates, and
the admission of such additional dele
gates to the convention is recommended.
An alternate delegate for each delegate
to the national convention to act in case
of the absence of a delegate, shall be
elected in. the same manner and at the
same time as the delegate is elerted.
"All notices of contest must lie tiled
in writing with the secretary of the nat
ional committee, accompanied ty print
ed statements of the grounds of cmest,
which shall be made pubti.-. The pre
ference in order of hearing unit deter
mining such contests will - tsiven ly
the convention in accontanc- with the
the dates of filinur wueii n-.pc mil
statements with the st-cveiarv "
Subscribe, for The Chbosicls.
MORTON A CASPIDATE.
He Will Accept the Honors Tendered to
Illm al Saratoga.
New Yobk, Dec. 15. The Morning
Advertiser will tomorrow say that Levi
P. Morton is an avowed candidate for
the presidency. The Advertiser is able
to make this announcement on what
may be termed the. best authority.
During the present week a distingushed
party leader told an Advertiser reporter
that the governor may . conclude to take
his friends, into his confidence and de
clare to them how he feels about 1896.
:. A leader who saw the governor Thurs
day last came back with a pretty , good
conviction that Mr. Morton does not
propose to toss away the honor offered
him at the last Saratoga convention,
and that, while he does not propose per
sonally to exert himself, he will "be
pleaeed to have the New York delega
tion stand as finn y for his nomination
at St. Louis as did the famous 306 for
Continuing, the Morning Advertiser
says : . .
"The Advertiser possesses other infor
mation which has to do -with the forma
tion of a most powerful combination,
which, when occasion requires it, is in
tended ti be swung to the support of
either Morton, Reed or Allison.
v In Favor ofLait Chinee.
. Boisk, Idaho, Dec. 14, Judge Beatty,
in court today, rendered a decision in
the celebrated mining case of Tyler vs.
the Last Chance Mining Company,
which has twice been to the court of ap
peals and once to the United States su
preme court. The decision is in the
favor of tha Last Chance.
The Atlanta Congress on Africa.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 14. Governor At
kinson, in his address before the con
gress on Africa, said, in referring to the
interest of the negroes in the conversion
and salvation of the Dark Continent,
that it remained for each to decide
for himself whether he would go or re
main. "You are free citizens of this republic.
If you care to stay, the choice is yours ;
if you think best to cast your lot among
the people of your old country, none may
say you nay. So long as I have been a
voice in the affairs of Georgia I shall do
my utmost to see that the colored man
has his rlghrs."
The object of this congress is to give
the relation to the civilization and le
demption of Africa. The African ex
plorer and linguist, Hell Chatelaine, J.
M. Smythe, ex minister to Liberia, and
Dr. Alexander Crumell, of Washington,
author of the "Future of Africa," were
among the other speakers. -
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Thus the child is rendered healthy and its
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For several years I have recommeil3ed your
Csstoria, and shall always continue to do so,
as it has invariably produced beneficial remits.
Edwui F. Pabdbb, M. D.,
125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
"The rise of 'Caatorla is so universal and
Its merits so well known that it reems a work of
supererogation to endorse it. Few are the in
telligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
Casixjb 5Lrtth, V. D.,
- New York City.
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SLAUGHTERING PRICES IN ORDER TO C
Dry Goods Department.
Blk Dress Silks
Blk DreEB Silks ;
Blk Brocade Silks
Plaid Dress Silks
24 inch Surrah and b'atin
Best Silk Plushes
Ladies' Bonnets ."..
Ladies' Trimmed Hats at half price.
Flowers and Ornaments at half price.
.10 and l'2Ks
. . .20 and 25c
. . SO and 35c
Misses Electric Circulars ; .
Pura Silk Ribbons. at half price.
Children's Underwear from 15c.
5 0c ,
Dry G-oods Department
Keg. Price. Sale rice
Ladies' Embroidered Skirts
" Wool Knit Skirts...
" Corsets. . . .: .
Missea' Corset Waists
Laces and Embroideries at half price.
Ladies' Kid Gloves .'
70-inch Pure Linen Table Damask
White Bed Spreads
White Bed Spreads ,
'Blankets, splendid values, 65c to $4 00.
Peahody Musltns .
Cabot A " ,
6u perior Calicos ...
Turkey Red ......,.
$1 25 85c
1 85 $1 35
1 00 75
. 1 25 85
8i " 65
3 00 1 85
1 00 75
, 15 12M
. 1 25 95
1 75 1 25
. --6 5
. 25 20
Gents' Clothing Department.
' Regular Sale.
. Price. Price. -
Tailor-made Suits. , 6 00 $ 4 50
7 AO v 5 50
- " " . .... 8 00 6 00
44 " 12 00 9 00
i." 15 00 12 00
Big Suits for large men.
Bi.y a' Knee Pant Suits 2 00 ISO
Boy' Knee Pant Suits 3 25 2 50
Rovs' Lonir Pant School Suits 5 00 3 75
Men's Pants.... 2 50
" All Wool Pants 2 50
" Ulsters. ."."!!".. 5 00
' Mackintoshes , 6 50
. " , " 7 00
Shoe Department. .
Ladies' Dongola Kid Shoos. . . . .... .'. .. $ 1 75
" Vici Kid Shoes 2 25 -
M Vici Kid Goodvear Welt Shoes . 3 00
" Quilted Hand-turn Slippers 2 00
" Valvar, nunrl-tnrn fiiinrjera 1' 60.
" ViciKid StraD Sliuneis .2.25; . L 7.5...
Misses' Glove Calf Shoes . . :
" Oil Grain Shoes..
" Doneolit Kid Shoes. v.
Vici Kid Shoes
Men's Satin Calf Shoes
Vunl naif Shoes
" Dongola Turn Dancing rumps..
Bovs' Glove Calf Shoes
Boys Veal Calf Shoes
Bovs' Satin Calf Shoes....
Silverware at 40 per ct. discount.
; Bare opportunity for securing Christ
Tea Pota, Cream "Pitchers, Sugar Bowls, Spoon Holders,
Butter Dishes, Bread Plates, Syrup Pitchers, Celery Dishes
Pirkle Casters,-Cake Baskets, balad Sets, Berry Dishes,
Table Spoons. Dessert Spoons, Knivea and Forks. Fancy
Oyster Lad ee. Fancy Pie Knives, Fancy Cake Knives,
Fanpy Butter Knives and Sii(?ar Shelle, Carvlnu Sets, Picks,
Napkin. Ring, Bona Bonsi Childs' Mugs and Pin Traye.
Tea Spoons.. . ... . .
... $1 75 $1-35
. . 1 50 . 1 0
. . 1 75 1 35
.. 2 00 1 65
. . 1 75 1 35
. . 2 25 1 75
. . 4 25 3 50
. . 5 00 4 00
... 2 25 1 85
. . 1 75 1 35
, . . 2 25 1 85
. . 2 50 2 00
SPACE AND TIME WILL NOT PERMIT FURTHER