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Gentlemen's Negligee Shirts.
F O R
A complete line of size, and a large assortment to
choose from, in Negligee Shirts with starched col
lars and cuffs. To close at 45 and 60 cents.
Bicycle or Camping Leggings,
In Tan and Black, made of strong Canvas or Jersey.
Special, 65c and 85c.
During this week 4c.
An immense stock to choose from. AT COST.
Ladies' Tan Hose.
Dark Tans, extra fine 40 gauge. 40c per pair.
PEASE & MAYS
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
MAIER & BENTON
167 Second Street, oppo
site A. M. Williams & Co.
Would rather have nice bright Tinware, than heavy
granite or enameled ware, if it did not rust. This has at
last been overcome, and we have a line of Tinware that will
We fully Guarantee our Anti-Rust tinware not to rust,
and will replace with new. any article that does free of
charge to our customers.
EIAYS S CROWE.
Ieep Ode the plies.
Now in Stock. New Styles and Low'Prices.
Odd Sizes made to order on Short Notice.
JOS. T. PETERS & CO
The Dalies Daily GHFonicie.
JULY 31, 1896
lUmlom Observation and Local Event
of Lesser Magnitude.
There is si letter at this office addressed
to Mr. Allen.
'One hobo was fined $5 this morning- -an
amount totally inadequate to his
ability to pay. He languishes in the
Jim Banshee, an Indian, was arrest
ed last evening for throwing rocks at a
residence, and will be tried before the
The laying of a cement walk was com
menced in frontof the French block, on
the north .side of Second street, this1
Five cars of sheep were shipped lasl
night by Mr. Ketcham to the Union)
Meat Company. They were purchased
from Wm. Kelsay.
The July' run of salmon has come into
the river in full force at Aetoria, and so
many fish are being taken that the can
neries are unable to handle the catches.
The new cement walk is finished
around French's bank and is a very
handsome piece of work. It presents a
mute but powerful invitation to other
property-owners to do likewie-v
Win. AlcArthur, a brother of Judge
L. L. McArthur, died very suddenly this
week in Washington. . Deceased was
formerly a justice of the peace in The
Dalles, where he was well known and
the graves in the Masonic cemetery,
says the FoeBil Journal. The only green
; thing left is a weeping willow at the
grave of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller's
baby. This Mr. Miller saved by buiid-
mc nupr if ft nnnitn frnmn xa; H w 1 Vie
covered from the ground up with clos
wire screening. j
Astoria will hold its third annual re
gatta during the week of August IS 22
which will include the State Firemen's!
tournament. ' The battleship Oregon
will be in the harbor during the week.
M' H. S
FIRST CAR OF FRUIT.
Tlie Keel Men' Couacit.
PeacU Plums Lead tite SeaHun All Fruit
Will Be W01 Packed.
he first car of fruit left
ast night billed for Chicago.
sisted entirely of neach olums.
were 800 boxes, divided as follows: A.
S. Bennett 663, M. M. Ctishing 12, Robt.
Tt nnn. W
Hill 24, E.Lane 13, O. D. Taylor 9. The 1ar Ch'e' f
car was shipped by The Dalles Commis
sion Co. and consigned to Porter Bros.
The fruit may go to Chicago nnbroken
The great council of the lmi roved Or
I der of Red Men elected the following
grand officers : J. K. Carr, great sachem ;
Schuman, great senior sagamore;
ohn Michell, great junior sagamore;
H. H. Newhall, great prophet ; F. Say- j
or, great chief of records; E. J. Hy-j
land, great keeper of wampum. The i
I nlaced at S100. The bond of the trreat
jA:hief of records was placed at $500, and
grana Keeper oi wampum ai jfiouu ana
and one of the features will be an ocean
race between two of the fastest schoon- or may be
erB on the Pacific coast. Astoria ia mak- SMr. Stadelman
: . . I f . !llnw1 nf mqnh Wlnma id.F nir. nrAntnt ! .
IUS B'" (Jirmuuua lur me cvcui, v"""",,s' UDOl t t ,lrl,.;i Pojor
and expects to entertain at
gineer W. J. Sherman and Fireman"
Sterling are very proud over their
new engine, JMo. 72, which brought in
the local train at noon today, being the
um run tor tne new locomotive, it is
very handsome; the interior finishings
being nickel-plated and the sand dom
decorated with an eagle.
The Salem Statesman has received a
telegram from Senator John H. Mitchell,
from Atlantic City, N. J., which says:
"I expect to reach Portland not later
than August 15, and will do all in my
power to hold Oregon in the Republican
column, but I cannot make any arrange
ments to speak until . after reaching
lverted to other points, ft , , , ,
eays it is the finest car- the great keeper of wampum ftirn-
ami. uuuua uy a KUnraume Keciwr nt iuc
The Scow Gronoded.
Work on the Astotia railroad is being
pushed with all rapidity, and this fall
will see completion of the greater por
tion of this new line. Three hundred
men are now at work and more are
wanted, eays the Oregonian.
The next show for The Dalles will be
Bristol's horse show on August 10th.
It is a leader of its kind and worth
while anybody's going to bee. Sells and
Forepaugh's circus will not get any
nearer to The Dalles than Pendleton.
Ln the very poorest t:
has seen A. M. William
Vogt have expended
lars in ' erecting . mam
buildings of great beau'
is not the dullest town i
jo. ana max
usands of dol-
TbeWBlversity ot Oregon at iugene
is rapidly becoming the foremost insti
tution of higher learning in the North
west. Tuition is free and the literary
and scientific courses are . equal to the
best. Free information may be obtained
by addressing University of Oregon,
Eugene, Or. . .
The University of Oregon at Eugene
. may be truly called the people's school.
It aims to give equal opportunities, to
rich and poor. Education makes all
men equal. Board and . lodging $2.50
per waek. Address University of Ore
gon, Eugene, Oregon. - '
Grasshoppers , have eaten every bios
Bom and leaf off the flowers growing on
After years of service carrying wheat,
tock, teams and all kinds of freight
cross the tempestuous Columbia the
Uld scow at Arlington refused to be used
as a pleasure craft for a crowd of jolly
Arlingtonians and she grounded. . Capt.
Nelson, R. E. Smith, R. T. Cox, A. W.
Shanard, A. J. Coe and Roes Beardsly
had started for Long Island on a hunt
ing expedition Tuesday morning. The
wind was up stream and all things favor
ing a pleasant journey, .. About five
miles above town the old scow lurched,
reeled and began rapidly eettling. The
captain, and crew took to the life boat,
which they had taken the precaution to
have with them, and reached the shore
which fortunately was but a few fathoms
away. Their stock of provision, ammu
nition, beds, guna and fishing tackle was
safely transferred to the small ' boat and
the whole crowd reached Arlington in
time to catch a freight train and proceed
on their way. Arlington Record.
There will be an election of chief en
gineer and assistant engineer of The
Dalles Fire Dept. at the engine house on
Monday evening, August 3d, between
the hours of 5 and 7 o'clock. jy31-2t
" ' Ked action In Woed. '
The Dalles Lumber Co. will close out
their stock' of 16-inch stove wood cut
ready for stove at $2.00 per cord in order
to obtain yard room for fall stock.
No more BOILS, no more PIMPLES
Use Kineroly's Iron Tonic' The Snipes-
Kinersly Drug Co. Telephone No. 3.
packing. I There is not as overripe p
in the loT, and nearly all were picked at
iust the right time, a trifle green. The car
should bring the top price. There will
be two more cars of this same fruit the
present season. The second car will go
tomorrow night. ' About 300 boxes of it
will come from Root, Sellinger and
A lesson has been .learned from last
year, a very important one. That is
that all fruit, to command paying prices,
must be properly packed. , California
has been - the teacher and Oregon has
finally become the pupil. The car of
fruit which left last night was splendidly
and systematically packed. An expe
rienced packer was employed by The
Dalles Commission Co., who has taught
and is teaching others how to pack, the
fruit. He goes out to some orchard, and
instructs a number of subordinates, and
when they become expert enough, goes
to another. In this way air of our fruit
men will be enabled to have experi
enced packers, which means from 50 to
100 per cent, more for their fruit. Fair
ly ripe fruit may be shipped with safety
if it is assorted. But a ripe and green
plum or peach must not be packed side
Funeral of Frances Rreft.
The last of the sad chapter of the ac
cident of Wednesday evening was the
burial of Frances Krett today. The
funeral occurred at the residence of the
parents on Ninth street at 2 o'clock p.
m. A very large number of friends and
acquaintances ot tne lamily were pres
ent to pay their final respects to the de
ceased, among them many of her school
girl friends. The funeral was largely
attended by members of the Dezree of
Honor and A. O. U. W of which or
ders the deceased's parents are mem
bers. - The sermon was preached by
Rev. L. Gray, the Lutheran minister,
which was, the faith accepted by the de
ceased. He spoke very fittingly of her
virtues and pictured the life beyond the
grave in hopeful colors, as warranted by
the Christian faith.
A slight accident occurred as the fu
neral traia were starting to leave for the
grave, . The carriage in which were
Beated Messrs. Geo. Kellar and C. L.
Gilbert was pressed against a wall of
rock by. the other carriages and resulted
in crushing a wheel. The horse was un
hitched and the occupants found other
accommodations. '- '
was given the great sachem to appoint
The Dalles was selected at the next
meeting place of the great council.
WHERE TO DINE SUNDAY.
Sunday Dinner at the Clarendon Bee
- tanrant, 87 Second Street.
Chicken Salad an Mayonnaise.
When yog mant to ky
Seed Wheat, Feed Wheat,
Rolled Barley, Whole Barley,
Oats, Rye, Bran, Shorts,
Or anything n the Feed Line, go to the
WASCO : WAREHOUSE.
Our prices are low and our goods are first-clao.
Agents for the celebrated WAISTBURG "PEFRLESS" FLOUR.
Highest cash price paid for WHEAT. OATS and BARLEY.
Baked Chinook Salmon, a In Allemmide.
Boiled Chicken, Oyster Sauce.
Chicken a la Espagnole.
Chicken Liver and Wings, a la Jardeniere.
Fillet of Beef, a la Bordelaise.
Oyster Fatties, a la Bichamcl.
Jelly Tartlets. Pancakes, a la Celestine.
Prime Ribs of Beef, au Jus.
Leg of Lamb with Mint Sauce.
Spring Chicken with Dressing.
Egg Plant-fried in Batter.
' Mashed Potatoes.
Corn on Cob.
Lemon Cream and Blackberry Pie.
Chocolate Ice Cream.
Successor to Chrisman & Corson.)
" FULL LINE OF
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES.
Again in business at the old stand. I would be pleased to
see all my former patrons. Free delivery to any part of town.
Nuts and Raisins.
Otto Birgfeld is now ready to supply
amilies with the celebrated Gambrinus
keg or bottle beer, delivered free of
charge to any part of the city. Tele
phone 34. '
Jacobson Book & Music Co.
and Harry Liebe
have moved to New Vogt Block.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect. Made:"1
40 Years the Standard.
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! PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
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! WALL, PAPER. WALL PAPER.
I PRACTICAL PALNTER ana' PAPER HANGER. None but the best brands
of J. W. MASURY'S PAINTS used in all our work, and none but the
most skilled workmen employed. Aeents for Masury Liquid Paints. No chem-
icel combination or soap mixture. A first-class article in all colors. All orders
promptly attended to. .. -
Store and Faint Short corner Third and Washington Sts.. The Dalles. Ore"-o
RIIPFRT A AARn
' Wholesale and retail manufacturers and dealers in - -..
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars,
TENTS and WAGON COVERS.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. Adjoining E. J. Collins & Co.'s store.