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Take !N"OtiC0. I -LO 1 Contains Suits retailed from $10 to $14.
To reduce our stock of Fine Summer Clothing, we are ' Your Choice During Sale..: . $7.95
going to make the price an object worthy of your atten- - " " ,' ' , ; , , . ; -
We have selected from our stock some of the season's Lot 2 Contains Suits retailed from $15 to $20.
latest and best sellers, and piled them on our counter at a .. (&1 H QK
, - n Your Choice During Sale :;;-.;.;;. .eplU.vO
very low figure.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
The Dalles Daily CbFonieie.
JUNE 30. 1896
FORTLAHn, June 80, 1R96.
For Eastern Orboon Touightand tomorrow
lair and stationary.
Random Observations and dooml fivenrs
of Leaser Magnitude.
' A. M. Kelsay,6sk beans.
A. Field, 8 cr beans, 3 sk beans.
The commission companies, 24
Vtano 7Q Iit okkriAa A. clr hfilina
The total weight of all those ship-ISeveral months ago The Chronicle
ments was 4.057 rounds. mentioned that Electrician L. 'L. Mc
NO MILITIA ENCAMPMENT
Opinion Divided as to Blaming nA c tne X ravs.
liOTvrnor lor iaa r.c.
BY X RAYS.
Photograph ef the Boned of Mr. Mor
ris' Arm Taken Today.
Mr. Kerns, the liveryman, drore a
very interesting couple from UeliIoto
The Dalles yesterday. They were strict
ly Oriental people, Chinese. The lady
Wanted A girl to do general honpe
work. Iuqnire at this office. j 30-tf
The O. R. & N. will issue round trip
tickets for one fare from July 2d to 6ih
to all points within 300 miles.
The Tygh Valley Land and Live Stork
Co. have ctit two crops of hay bo far this
Mr. Robt. Mavs has disposed of his
extensive cattle ktentsts. Mr. Ben.
Snipes consumroateflbRg deal. It is re
ported that MontanA p?Kjf8 are the
nurchasere. Mr. bnipes acting as ngent.
Now that the strawberry crop is ove
itdevelopes that there was not generally
. more than a .half crop in this vicinity.
The early cold weather and rains caused
a failure of many of the blossoms to
The Dalles band has decided to give
an excursion to Hood River on the 4lh
of July. They will give a concert before
and after dinner and a bull (tame will be
played between The Dalles and Hood
The recital to be given by Mica Eliot's
pupils at the Congregational church to
morrow evening will commence prompt
ly at 8:15. Those who have received
invitations will no doubt gladly avail
themselves of this musical treat.
A large frame building belonging to'.
John Leedyon the hill near the fair
lie ground auout a
: o'clock this mormJhg. No one went to
1 the fire and the liefest neighbors, did
j not know of it until they awoke this
morning. The firfe had its' own way en
. tirelv, and stopped ol its own accord
. after consuming the house. The house
was unoccupied, and the fire was prob
ably incendiary. It was insured for
part of the new Williams building
ih now in use for the cloth in if deuart-1
ment. Wprk on the interior is being
rapidly pushed, and each day reveals an
added improvement, but many weeks
will yet be required before it is ready)
- j : M
tor occupancy, i aiming ana irenxiing
is being completed as fast as the carpen
ter work is finished, so that now the
ceiling walls below the skylight have
been finished in a pretty blue, with a
border of delicate white tracery, whicJi
will set off the whole store admirably. -
There is some dissatisfaction among
the militia that no encampment is to bej
held this year. There has been $10,000
appropriated for it, and it had been de
cided to bold it at Hood River, but ow
ing to the expense connected with the
Astoria troubles. Gov. Lord has decided
to annul the encampment, nsing the
funds allowed the militia for the en
campment to reimburse the state for the
expenses incurred on account of the
strike at Astoria.
This displeases some of the militia
men, who are inclined to censure Gov.
Lord quite severely for ruling out the
.encampment, believing that only in
this way can they gain the necessary
experience in drilling that fits them for
active service in time of need. Then
there, is the disappointment, though
they did not mention it, of the pleasure
a summer outing would afford, combin
ing pleasure with business. Col. Pat
terson, when seen by a reporter, said
that adverse criticism should be with
held until a knowledge of the reasons of
Gov. Lord could be obtained. He
said the facts would show that
the feeling of the taxpayers was tor
economy, and that with the $10,000
burden for the encampment, added to
the expense of the Astoria incident, they
might take such steps as would lead to
the disbandment of the militia as a use
less expense. In conclusion be af
firmed that Gov. Lord 8 reasons
were all sufficient to satisfy, anyone
of the wisdom of bis judgment, and
that it would be best to bear them be
fore condemning him therefor.
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i o . i ti j t occupied tne dbck seat aione, ner escort
Arthur, Photographer Herrin and Dr. r ' . ,
I a n it i 1 j j ifriding with Mr. Kerns. She carried a
I O. C. Hollister had mad a combination i, ... . . . -
. ,. . . I fan which she used in a most bewitehing
to personally investigate the workings s . . "
ting and laughing with her male com
panion. She was too much for him, that
was apparent, tie could not keep up
with her sallies of chin music and" fan,
and was plainly of the opinion that he
preferred her asleep. He was much re-
ieved, therefore, when they drove up in
front of Doc Sing's, for though the Chi
namen congregated there greeted the ar
rivals with stupid indifference, Mrs. Doc
Sing went out to the buggy and wel
comed the lady in a truly hospitable
manner. The couple were related to
Mr. Seufert's Chinese foreman at the
cannery, whom they have been visiting,
and left this morning for their home in
Fruit and Vegetable Shipments.
The following shipments were made:
by express last night from The Dalles :
A. Sechler, 4 cr beans, 10 bx cherries
and 8 ak beans. '
A. Y. Marsh, 11 cr beans, 11 ek beans.
J. Klindt, 12 bx cherries. "
Mrs. Katie Roach went to Portland
this morning by the Regulator.
Mrs. Cbas. Stone left this morning
lor a two weeks absence in Seattle.
yMessrs. Ed. Pattefrson and "Vivian
French have returnedpfcDUl s short trip
to Tygh. I y
V Mr. Herrick, the canneryman, re
turned today from the Cascades, where
he reports a poor ran of salmon.
V Mr. Frank Menefee is down with anj
. ' . . t . , 1
atiac-E oi oroncnitis, anu consequently
did not preside at the council meeting
v Mr. Robt. A. Laugblin of Wapinitia
was in the city today. He reports that
the rain assured full crops upon those
farms where it fell. -v.
a trip to me ivit. Adams country last
niuht. He turned back with five others
before reaching the end of his journey,
owing principally to the absence of
grass for horses. Eight others went
ahead with packs to the. camp. The
'country is yet full of snow. Mr. Cra-
olebaugh will make another start
about a month.
Though Mr. Herrin has
withdrawn from the experimenters the
experiments have continued, until now
success may be announced, and that of
a very nattering quality. aicArtnur is j
interested in the question as a student
n ml DdiuntiDT nrhiltt TITO Arttfrr a mnliva I
is to make the discovery of value in hi9
surgical practice. -
"Tuday s photograph was taken
through the flesh of an arm, the bones
of which were smashed in a threshing
machine accident two years ago. The
subject is Mr. W. M. Morris, whose arm
was caught in the threshing machinery
at Juniper Flat. The X ray photograph
was taken today at the electric light
house, the sitting continuing from 12:30
to 1 :45, an hour and a quarter being re
quired for the exposure. The entire
machinery required for making the pho
tograph was constructed by Mr. Arthur,
with the single exception of the Crookes'
tube, a glass vacuum which requires ex
pensive and delicate machinery to make.
The experiment today was very in
teresting. Mr. Morris sat comfortably
in an arm chair, his exposed arm being
stretched along a table, bis shirt sleeve
rolled up to the end of the arm. A few
inches above bis elbow was the tube, a
glass globe about 5x8 inche3, lighted by a
palpitating electric glow. In the center
of the globe was a equare bit of plati
num, where the current ends from the
upper pole of the magnet. The current
passes through about 4 inches of vacuum
and produces the crossed rays. A nega
tive will be ready tomorrow, which will
reveal the internal structure of the arm.
This is certain trom other negatives
taken by Mr. Mc Arthur. One was
taken of Mr. McArthur's hand, showing
the entire bony structure. ' Another was
taken through a walnut box, a quarter
to a half inch thick, showing a number
of tools on the inside. The pbotogragh
of the arm will be described tomorrow.
Plenty of Fish Now.
Last night's catch of salmon was the
best of the season, every wheel doing
well. Seufert Bros, caught three tons,
which is a good paying catch. This firm
has. facilities for canning about forty
tons daily, and if pressed could can
fifty tons for ten days or two weeks.
Notwithstanding this they have been
compelled in years past to shut down
their wheels on account of 'catching
more fish thau they can handle. The
news is now thai the run of fish at
Astoria is poor, and-if a surplus is
caught here, it is possible to ship them
to the Astoria cannerymen, provided
the railroad facilities are prompt, which
has not been the case heretofore, thus
compelling fishermen to shutdown their
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Card of Thanks. .
Death, with its icy hand, has suddenly
removed a loved one from our midst,
and in the hour of sorest trial, kind
friends smoothed the pillow of the dying
and tenderly ministered to the wants of
the living, and we wish to take this
method of expressing the sincere grati
tude which we feel towards the number
less friends, who, by their acts, illus
trated what true friendship is.
- Mr. and Mes. C. E. Bayabd.
A Card of Thanks.
Bbowksvillk, Or., June 26, 1896.
"Editor Chronicle :
I wish- to thank the friends for the
kindness shown my daughter and Bister
while on their way home from Pullman,
Wash. Mrs. M. M. McFkbox,
Mrs. Reticr Sharin,
Mrs. Mattik E. Pope.
Umatilla, 24.7 ; rise of .3
Wenatchee, 43.2; rise of 1.2
Lewiston, 16.9; fall of .1
A good six room house
bluff. Enquire of A.
S. Mac Allister,
Highest Honors-EWorld's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
To reduce our large stock of Bicyi-len, we will Bell them at greatly reduced
prices while present stick lasto. -Thi- in your opportunity to get a wheel cheap
Call and see what we have. . ' .
Keep Oac the pies.
screen wire, :;;
Now in Stock. New Styles and LowPrices.
Odd Sizes made to order on Short Notice.
- JOS T. PETERS & CO
R EM OVA1--
Jacobson Book & Music Co.
and Harry Liebe
t1 have moved to New Vogt Block.
Good Old Potatoes,!;
California Onions, Fresh Bananas,
Mason's Glass Fruit Jars,
For Sale at . J H. CROSS'
FEED AND GROCERY STORE.