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Tha Dalles Dafly Ctoniefc.
TMKDALLES, - -N - OREGON
' Advertising Kates.
One inch or less In Dally tl 50
Over two inches and under four inches 1 00
Over four inches' and under twelve inches. : 75
Over twelve Inches 50
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
One inch or less, per inch v ?2 50
Over one inch and under four inches 2 00
Over four inches and under twelve Inches. . 1 50
Over twelve inches 1 00
T. Peters went to Lyle this
Mr. E. A
Myers of Ly-le returned
Mrs. G. W. Johnson
Mrs. Thornbury returned to the city
Miss Newman was a passenger from
Mr. W. H. ' Alexander went to Van
couver this morning.
Judge and Mrs. Bradahaw returned
from Portland today.
Mrs. W. H. Wilson returned from
Portland laet evening.
Mr. John C. O'Leary of Graes Valley
leit for Portland this morning.
Mrs. O. Stephens and Mrs. C. V.
Stephens left this morning for Portland.
Miss MargareESJinersly returned from
Portland on theKegylator last evening.
Mr. Jb. M. hlnnsaker was a passenger
on the Keuulator this morning for Hood
Mr. Emil Mell of Centerville is in The
Dalles, returning from a trip to Portland,
wnere he has been with a large snip
ment of hogs.
Continue to Attract.
A larger audience than ever visited
the Vogt opera house' last evening, being
the fourth consecutive night of the
Wizard Oil Co. Through a mistake, the
shipment of Wizard Oil- which was to
have come to The Dalles went to Hills-
boro. The manager's talk was therefore
short on that subject and there will be
none tonight. The diamond ring was.
won by Miss Emma Fisher, and is a
beauty. Another one is to be given
away tonight. The juggling of Mr. Mc
Coy created surprise by the variety of
his accomplishments. 'Last evening he
played a difficult and beautiful mandolin
selection while' balancing a gun upon his
chin. ' The usual performance, "onlv
different" was given by the other per.
formers, and made some, good bits
Among the prettiest 'musical novelties
was the operatic selections upon the cut
glasses, which had a charm peculiarly
Died, near this city, Oct. 13, 1896,
Mary Ann, beloved wife of James Sher-
rill, aged 63 years.
She leaves a husband, two sons and
two daughters, who greatly monrn her
loss. She was an. exemplary Christian,.
loving companion, devoted mother and
kind neighbor. She was married to
James Sherill at the age of 19. . They
were blesaed with eight children, four of
which have preceded their mother to the
realms of bliss. Their eldest son, Mr.
H. Sherrill, is a resident of Harrtsburg,
Or.; eldest daughter, ' Mrs. A. B areas,
lives near Vancouver, Wash. ; youngest
son, Mr. G. Sherrill, lives near -The
Dalles, Or. ; youngest daughter, Mrs. E
Prigh, near The Dalles, Or. All were
present at her bedside during a part 'of
her sickness, which was six weeks of
great suffering; but she bore it all with
patience and Christian fortitude, trust
ing in Jesus to the last. Her husband
who was converted two years previous
to her death, baa -been - walking by her
side ever since, in the 'foot steps of
Jesua, which has added much ' happiness
to her latter days. I would not attempt
to describe the glory that- filled her soul
the day he was converted when he re
turned from the canipmeeting and told
ber on the threshold mat he was ftaat
ing with Jesui. Her comforts were ad
ministered to by the untiring efforts of
her family and friends, among whom
were Mrs. J. Taylor and Mrs. T. Mor
gun, who spared ho paina in making her
last days as comfortable as possible.
May God bless them for their kindness
She was laid to rest in 8-Mile cemetery
.by a large concourse of loving friends
ron't mourn my lov'd companions,
The time will not be long
"lill we'll be re-united.
Aiid sing redemption's song. .
Just look away to Jesus;
He never will forsake.
You will not disappoint me,
I'll watch the pearly gate.
My children, trust in Jesus,
Your mother's precious friend.
He'll guide you through life's journey.
And keep you to the end.
Oh lean upon his" promise,
' He'll soothe your aching breast.
Come follow in his pathway.
And you will find sweet rest.
i , .i
Oh Jesus, bless my darlings.
And give them grace to stand:
Just guide them o'er life s billows.
Into tbe glory laud.
Mrs. A. C. T.
Willamette valley papers please copy.
Is It Unprejudiced, and Can We Afford, to
Mr. Bryan appears to set great store
by the letter which Governor Culberson
of Texas has received from Prince Bis
marck. The "people's friend" is will
ing to receive advice from the 'Man of
Blood and Iron," and the "champion
of the American farmer" listens to
that famous friend of American agri
culture who shut the German ports to
rnerican pork in 1884 and to American
jotatoes in 1885, and who would gladly
have united all central Europe in a
Custr.ms league aimed directly against
all American produce. Bismarck's
rather diplomatic letter is taken by Mr.
Bryan in his recent speeches to favor
the free coinage of silver by the United
States. The devotion of Chancellor Bis
marck to the cause of silver may be seen
in the following historical fact, which
appears to have escaped general notice :
Under his guidance as chancellor of
the empire and minister of commerce
for Prussia tne equivalent oi l,ou,
000,000 marks (over $270,000,000) in
silver was demonetized between the
years 1874 and 1881, and over $160, 000,
000 worthy of the bullion . into which
these . were melted had been sold by
1879. In that year, finding that the
price of silver was becoming demoral
ized, so that his remaining $109,000,000
was depreciating,' he stopped sales by a
decree issued in May, 1879. These
points were frankly stated by his dele
gates to the international monetary con
ference of 1881, when Germany like
wise offered to suspend sales for a time
in order that the price might not be
further depressed. With these cssur-
ancea before the monetary powers and
with the decree of 1879 still in force,
Bismarck saw an opportunity of dump
ing some German silver on the sly and
promptly proceeded to do so. In 1885
the Egyptian government decided to
change its coinage and invited bids for
contracts to coin its silver piasters. The
German mint secured the contract 'to
make the coin and incidentally furnish
ed $3, 189,600 of silver bullion to Egypt
The matter was kept very quiet or es
caped general notice. Reference to it
will be found, however, an the London
Economist of Dec. 4, 1886, which saw in
it a proof of Bismarck's lack of faith in
With all his faults, Bismarck is a
sturdy patriot. To help the German
distiller he was willing to see trichina?
in every American pig, and to protect
the German farmer he smelled bngs on
every American potato. Germany has
today $107,000,000 worth of 6ilver
whose value is declining. If the United
States could be induced to follow the
example of Egypt and give Germany a
chance . to do some more unloading,
where is the harmf from the ex-chancellor's
point of view, in writing a let
ter of not entirely disinterested advice?
Subscribe lor Tub Cbbokici.b and get
It ia tbe same old etory and yet con
stantly recurring that Simmons Liver
Regulator is the best family medicine.
"We have used it in our family for
eight years and find it the beet medicine
we have used. "We think there is no
such medicine as Simmons Liver Regu
lator." Mrs. M. E. S. Adington, Frank
lin, N. C. Each member of our family
nses it as occasion requires. W. B.
Smith, Mt. Vernon, Ky.
No more BOILS, do more PIMPLES
Use Kinersly's Iron Tonic. The Snipes
Kinersly Drue Co. Telephone No. 3.
Trimmed hats at the Elite Millinery
parlors from $1 up, to suit everybody.
To all Whom .it May Conxeiin:
By order of the Common Council of Dalles
City, made on the Sd day of October 1896. and
entered of record in the records of Dalles City,
on the 4' h day of October 18!i6. notice is hereby
given mat tne crosswalks ana siaewaiKs on the
following streets or parts of streets have been de
clared dangerous by said Common Council on
said 3d day ot October, and tne said common i
Council will proceed to make the improvements
as hereinafter designated, on said streets or parts
thereof so declared dangerous after 14 days from
tne nrst puDUcatiou oi tnis notice xowit; Octo
ber 8th, 1896. and the cost of suco improvement
of all crosswalks and of each of them, will be
charged and levied upon the corner lots corner
ing upon the street or streets intersected by such
crosswalks, and upon all lots or parts thereof,
n-toe center oi eacn diock cornering upon sucn
Intersection, each lot to pay that portion of the
entire cost that its street frontage upon the in
tersecting streets bears to the street frontage of
all lots to be assessed upon said Btreets. and the
cost of all sidewalks and of each of them respec
tively will be charged and levied upon the prop
erty, adjacent thereto and directly benefited
tnereoy, as proviaea ry me en irter ana oral
nances of Dalles city.
The crosswalks and sidewalks declared dan
gerous and about to be improved and built are as
I. To build a sidewalk on the south side of
Fourth street along lots 5 and 6, iu block 3, in
Trevitts addition to Dalles City.
V. To build a sidewalk on the east side of
Court street, between Second and Third streets,
along the south 20 feet of lot 5 iu block, o, Dalles
3. To build a sidewalk on Court street between
First and Second street along the soulu M feet of
lot 1 in block 4, Dalles City.
4. To build a sidewalk along lot b iu. block 2,
on the north side of Alvord -street, in Fulton's
addition to Dalles City.
5. To build a sidewalk along lots 2 and 3, in
block 2, on the north tide of Alvord street in
Fulton s addition to Dulles City.
6. To build a sidewalk along lot 6, in block
21, on Union street la Gates' addition to Dulles
7. To build a sidewalk along lots 1 nnd 2, in
block 5, on Fourth street in Trevitt's addition to
8. To build a crosswalk on the east side of
Court street across Fourth street.
9. To build a crosswalk across Jefferson street
on the north side of Secoud street.
10. To build a crosswalk across Lincoln street
on the south side of Second street.
II. To build a crosswalk across Third street on
the east side of Court street.
12. To build a crosswalk across 'Washington
on the south side of Fourth street.
13. To build a crosswalk across Fulton street
on tbe west side of Federal street.
' All of said sidewalks and crosswalks will ba
built and constructed in the manner provided
by the charter and ordinances of Dalles City.
Dated this 8th day of October, 1896.
GILBERT W. PHELPS,
Becorder of Dalles City.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon fo
Wasco County i
In the majter of the guardianship of Aice Al
mira L'Uell and William Kd ward Udell (alius,
William Edward Austin;, Minors.
No on this 26th day of September, 1896, the
regular September term of Court having
been adjourned cud continued to - this
date, and the Court being in , regular
session, this cause came on for hearing
upon tbe verified petition mid application of
George (j aeii, guraaian oi toe persons na es
tate of Alice Almira Udell and William Edward
Udell (alius William Edward Austin), and the
court having read said petition aDd it appearing
to the satisfaction of the court from said peti
tion that it is necessary and would be beneficial
to said wards that the real estttre belonging to
said wards should be sold, und the court being
Thereupon it is hereby ordered that the next
of kin of said wards, and all persons interested
in said estate of said wards, appear before this
court on Monday, the 2d day of November, lS'.Hi,
at the hour of '2 o clock p. in., at the county
courtroom in the courthouse in Dalles City, in
Wasco Couuty. Oregon, to show cause, if any
exists, whv a license shou:d not be1 granted to
said guardian, limrrcrc' L'ilell, for tbe sale of real
estate bciougiiig . t said wards to wit: The
southeast quarter of tcetion 30, Township 1
North, Range 10 East, i-ituatediu Wasco Couuty,
State of Oregon.
It is further ordered that this order shall be
served upon the next oi kin of t-aid wards and
all persons interested iti said estate by publica
tion thereof in Dulles Chronicle, a newspaper
of ge oral circulation in this county, for three
successive weeks, beginning on the 3d day of
Soct-ii F.OBT. MAYS, Judge.
Notice to Taxpayers.
The County Board of Equalization will meet
in the assessor's ojlioe on Monday, October 5th,
and continue-in session cne week, for the pur
pose of equalizing the assessment of Wasco
eounty for 18D6. All taxpayers who have not
been interviewed by the assessor will please call
at the office ou Thursdays, Fridays and Satur
days, as ull property must be assesiw-d.
F. H. WAKE FIELD,
Sept 13-ii County Assessor.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been duly appointed by the County Court
ot tne state oi o egon lor wasco county, guar
dian of the person and estate of Albert Lehman,
an insane person. All persons having claims
against said estate are hereby required to pre
sent them to me at my residence in Dalles City,
Oregon, with proper voucher-.
GEORGE A. LIEBE.
Guardian of the person and estate of Albert
Dated this 26th day of September, 18.
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and - hair is found in the per
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andCukm. Corp., Bole Props., Boston, V. 3. A.
74 Second Street.
POULTRY, FISH and GAME
69 TELEPHONES 69
TTfT ANTED. Young man with small capital to
t taice interest in paying ousiness. isaiiea
jcjiupioy mt:u i. vsuicc
WANTED German or Swede girl to go in the
country. Good home and good wages the
year arouua. uaues employment nmce.
TIT ANTED Situation by voung lady of good
TV address, as clerk either in book storn or
dry goods honse. -The Dalles Employment
TXT ANTED Work for man and team, with or
v t witnout wagon, near town, inquire cor
ner Second and Court streats, up stairs.
TRESSMAKING Two girls" to learn dress-
-f .mating. - ijanes employment Agency.
TTTANTED Ladiea or gentlemen want! ir sit-
T T uatiou should leave their address with The
Dalles Employment Agency. . Telephone 309,
uKK i)oxw. over jactnery s. -
tTT ANTED Position as book-keeper or clerk
TT by gentleman of experience. Graduate of
qusiness college.- Best oi leierences lurnisnea
Dalies employment omce.
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i i villi i v tf ii i ii i. i. i 's -
I "Pass Your Plate'
Prices of all commodities
have been, reduced except tobacco
"Battle Ax" is up to date
Low Price; High Grade; Delicious
Flavor For 10 cents you get
almost twice as much " Battle
Ax" as you do of any other high
S-U I f w
Ton will And one coupon Inside each 3 ounce
jjuy a oag, reac tne coQpon ana oee now to
Lumber, Building Material and. Boxes
Traded-for Hav. Grain, Bacon, Lard, &c.
ROWE & CO.,
ipes-Kmersly Drug Co.
129 Second St..
THE DALLES, - - OR
There'8 no clay, flotir, starch or Mother
worthless filling in "Hoe Cake" and no
free alkali to barn the hands. jly24
IWU - .
bag and two coupons inside each 4 ounce bag. jp
get your s&aro of $230,000 In presents. F3J
The Dalles, Oregon
IE3I. O-Xj EObTlSr.
- Money! Hooey! Money 1
To pay Wasco connty warrants regis
tered prior to July 3, 1892. Interest
ceases alter May lo, iyt.
C. L. Phillips,
myl8-tf County Treas.
"The Regulator Line '
Tie Dalles. Portland and Astoria
Iueludiug admission to the Kxpoeition :
Three-day limit ....... $2.25
Ten-day limit 2.50
Thirty-day limit........ 3.00
Tickets must be purchased at office.
Regulator leaves at 7 :30 a. m.
W. C. ALLAWAY
THE DALLES. - OREGON
Choice of Transcontinental Routes
Low Rates to all Eastern Cities.
OCEAN STEAMERS Lnara Portland
Kerv Five Days for
SAW FRANCISCO, CAL.
For full details call on O. K. & Co. 8 Agent
Thd Dalles, or address
W, H. HUELBUF.T, Gen. Pass. Agt
E. M"K EILL, President aud Manager.
Effective Tuesday, April 7th, the fol
lowing will be the new schedule:
Train No. 1 arrives at The Dalles 4 :50
a. m., and leaves 4:55 a. m.
Train No. 2 arrives at The Dalles 10 :4
p.m., and leaves 1Q:45 p. m.
Train No. 8 arrives at The Dalles 12:05
p. m., and west-bound train No. 7 leaves
at 2:30 p. m. .
Train 23 and 24 will carry pr.ssengera
between The Dalles and Umatilla, leav
ing The Dalles at 1 p. m. daily and ar
riving at The Dalles 1 p. m. daily, con
necting with train Nos. 8 and 7 from
Portland. E. E. Lytle,
y PACIFIC RY.
' SX. PAH Li
BOSTON A$D ALL
POINTS BAST and SOUTH
For information, time cards, maps and tickets,
eal on or write to
W. C. AIXAW AY. Agent,
The Dalles, Oregon
A. D. CHARLTON, Asst. G. P. A.,
255, Horrlson Cor. Third. Portland Oregon,