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The Regulator Line
Friday, July 2d.
WILL MAKE THE FOLLOWING
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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
JULY 1, 1897
Random Ooserrstiona ana Local Brents
of Lesser Magnitude.
Sunday Jaly 11,
To Multnomah Falls.
Two furnished rooms to rent, with or
without board. Apply to Mrs. F. Cram,
Liberty street. jn28-w
We are glad to learn that Win Curtis
is still farther honored by the prize for
excellence in Natural History.
The O. R. & N. Co. will sell round trip
tickets to Portland on July 3d, 4th and
5th, good to return until July 8th, for
Joe Leezer is in from Butter creek.
He is on his way to The Dalles, where
he expects to engage in some kind of
business. Heppner Gazette.
Each little girl that calls at Pease &
Mays' store tomorrow will be given an
interesting toy, something that will help
to make the tourtb paBS pleasantly.
If the boys will call at Pease & Mays
tomorrow morning at ten o'clock they
will be presented with a cap, something
odd that will help them to celebrate the
You would buy a new suit if you
could get one worth $10 for $5, wouldn't
you? Of course you would, and A. M.
Williams & Co. are making just that
offer tomorrow only.
Great celebration in the clothing kept
at A. M. Williams & Co. 'a tomorrow.
Men's fine summer suits at 50 cents on
the dollar. The best offer of the season.
Be wise and profit by it.
Don't forget the candy for the fourth
and remember that Pease and Mays are
selling the finest chocolate and hand
goods for twenty-five cents a pound and
genuine French mixed at fifteen cents.
The visiting delegates had many kind
words to say about the hospitality of
The Dalles.' We are glad they enjoyed
themselves and trust they will come
again. The latch string hangs always
The hea7y rain of laBt night cooled off
the atmosphere and further aided in
making s bountiful harvest. The
amount ofjwheat which will be shipped
from this section next fall will surprise
the oldest inhabitant.
By existing arrangements with the
publishers of the Weekly Oregonian, we
are enabled to club that excellent paper
with the Twice-a-Week Chronicle at
tbe low rate of $2.25 per year. Now is
the time to send in your names.
While people in The Dalles felt the
heat yesterday somewhat oppressive, it
was nothing compared to what was en
dured' throughout ' the East. Six per
sons died from the excessive heat in
Chicago alone, and the hot wave covered
a large area. When it comes to climate,
Oregon leads tbe world.
The price of wool is rising and seme
lots have been sold at 10 cents. If it
SUMMER KNIT UNDERWEAR,
DISCOUNT OF 25 PER CENT.
were not for the immense foreign impor
tations the price would be still larger,
but as it is, there is everything to hope
that the hard times for wool raisers in
this section are over, and that they will
begin to receive a decent return for their
labor and products.
Mr. J. W. Talbot, who for several
years had charge of the steward's de
partment on the Dalles City, has re
signed, to accept a similar appointment
on the Ocean Wave, a popular seaside
boat. Mr. Talbot made many friends
among the traveling public, who are
loth to see him leave the route, but who
wish him success in his new position.
Tbe scene at the departure of the
Dalles City this morning was quite ani
mated. A large number of Sunday
school delegates were on board and many
of their friends were at the dock to bid
them good-bye. Besides, the steamer
carried a large load of freight, there be
ing one shipment of 155 bales of wool,
beside a good-sized miscellaneous cargo.
Water Commissioners' Meeting.
The water commission met last even
ing, at which were present the following
commissioners : J. B. Crossen, Jos. T.
Peters, T. J. Seufert and M. Randall.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved, after which the
monthly reports of officers were received
and placed on file.
On motion a - warrant was ordered
drawn for $750 to paper accruing in
terest on water bonds.
The school district was granted a one
inch tap for fire and other purposes. A
motion was made that the water privi
leges, '.together with three fawceta for
upstairs in the new building, be granted
for $30 per month.
The superintendent was instructed to
ascertain the cost of a tapping machine
and report at the next regular meeting.
On motion a loan consisting of $250 at
8 per cent interest, for two years, was
made to Bert Thurston, upon real estate
security, and the following commis
sioners appointed to attend to the mat
ter : Peters, Randall and Seufert.
The following claims were examined
and ordered paid, after which the com
mission adjonrned :
1 J Norman, supt salary. . $75 00
C A Borders, helper 65 00
G W Phelps, secretary 10 00
W A Norman, labor 2 00
James Like, labor 2 00
J B Crossen, auctioneer services. . 10 00
Chronicle Pub Co, printing 25
G W Phelps, cash advanced 1 50
Louis Richardson, mdse 1 40
Mays & Crowe, mdse 1 75
Maier & Benton, mdse 3 20
Red need Rates.
Our steamer accommodation for July
1st being sold, we are prepared to sell
round trip tickets to Portland, at one
fare for the round trip to parties wishing
to take advantage of tbe Southern Pa
cific reduced rates between Portland and
San Francisco. Extreme limit of these
tickets August 15th. For further par
ticulars call at ticket office.
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The Last Meeting; of the Tear.
The outgoing council held its closing
meeting of the year last night in the
city hall. There were present Mayor
Meneiee, Marshal Lauer, Recorder
Phelps and Councilmen Nolan, Wood,
Thompson, Saltmarshe, Kuck, Clougn
After the reading of tbe minutes
liquor licenses were ordered granted to
the following persons : Mardens &
Michelbach, Fred Lemke, Newlin &
Jones, J. M. Toomey, Otto Birgfeld, A.
Bettingen, Jr., H. N. Patterson, F. W.
L. Skibbe, Sinnott & Fish, Dan Baker,
August Buchler, Stubling & Williams,
Maetz & Pandt, Cbas. Frank, John
Howe and Ben Wilson.
In a report by Councilman Kuck the
fire and water committee recommended
that the council purchase a register
book for the fire department.
The marshal's report was read and
When the regular business was fin
ished, Councilman Thompson, in a neat
speech, returned thanks to the retiring
mayor, city officers and councilmen.
Mayor Menefee responded in fitting
words, and was followed by Mayor
elect Nolan, who, in an appropriate
manner, spoke of the outgoing and in
The following bills were ordered paid :
C F Lauer, marshal. $75 00
Geo C Brown, engineer 75 00
J J Wiley, night watch 60 00
G W Phelps, recorder 50 00
C J Crandall, treasurer 20 00
C F Lauer, impounding fees 8 00
Sam Klein, labor on streets and
burying dead animals 9 40
Jack Staniels, labor East End road
and on hose cart 5 40
Mrs H Eraser, meals . 2 50
California Restaurant 195
Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg Co,
mdse 6 75
Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg Co,
payment dishonored draft 54 25
Gunning & Hockman, labor 6 00
A Sandrock, repairing hose cart. . 27 00
J M Patterson, judge of election. . 3 00
Wm Michell, do do 3 00
J B Crossen, do do 3 00
W H Butts, do do .'. 3 00
Chris Knabe do do . . 3 00
J H Blakeney, do do . . 3 00
C E Bayard, do do 3 00
JM Marden, do do 3 '00
J W Lewis, do do 3 00
J M Huntington, clerk of election 3 00
F N Hill, do do 3 00
C L Schmidt, do do 3 00
John Gavin, do do 3 00
N H Gates, do do 3 00
J Doherty, do do 3 00
A M Kelsay, canvassing election . . 3 00
J no Filloon, do do . 3 00
James Like, labor 1 50
J Ferguson, hauline drunk 50
wm ittic&eu, rent of office 3 00
H Clough, labor 4 00
Chronicle Pub Co, blanks 4 75
Dalles City Water Works, rent'. . . 32 00
There being no further business, the
Tbe retiring council are Messrs. No
lan, Ross and Johns. Of these Mr,
Nolan ' has been elected mayor and Mr,
Johns chosen to again serve in the coun
The Sunday School Convention.
The superintendents' conference was
continued at 1 :30, led by G. F. Billings,
Mixed Blue and White out
side and White inside.
"The Delft" is the latest
ware out in cooking utensils.
Prices are about the same as
granite ware, and a great deal
cheaper than the aluminum
wan,, and prettier than either
of them. Call and see the
crrrt a at
MAIER & BENTON'S
167 Second Street.
It was very helpiul, as Mr. Billings is
an accomplished normal teacher, being
the state superintendent of normal work.
This was followed by a normal lesson,
with blackboard illustration, entitled
"Marks of a Good School," by J. K.
Groom. This was the only normal
lesson of the session, and was right
along tbe line of the practical work il
lustrated by the model Sunday school of
Rev. B. J. Kelly followed with a most
practical talk on "After the Lesson and
Between Sundays What?" and "The
Preparation of tbe Lesson," by A. N.
Barnard, was of the same line of thought.
"Gathering Up the Fragments," by
Wm. WadLams, ended the afternoon
Mr. Wadbams declared that he could
not serve as president, and with thanks
resigned. Rev. C. C. Poling of Portland
was elected in his place.
The finance committee recommended
that an apportionment of two cents a
year for each member eurolled be asked
from each school throughout tbe state.
This fund to be for association work.
Report of resolution committee was as
Resolved, That a vole of thanks be
tendered, first, to the pastor and mem
bers of tbe M. E. church of The Dalles
for kindly giving their beautiful and
well-appointed church for the use of the
Second, To the citizens of The Dalles
for the hearty welcome extended to tbe
members of tbe convention, and their
generous hospitality in entertaining us;
Third, To the papers of the town for
kindly and accurately reporting the pro
ceedings of the convention ;
Fourth, To the O. R. it N. and D. P. &
A. N. Companies for granting the reduc
tion in fare to persons attending tbe
Fifth, To the various speakers who
addressed tbe convention for their able
and helpful addresses ;
Sixth, To Mr. Wm. Wadhams, who
led the singing; the ladies who per
formed on the organ, and all others who
took part in the proceedings, for their
efficient and highly appreciated services.
Seventh, To the retiring officers, to
whose faithfulness in the discharge of
their dutieB tbe efficiency and success of
the association are in great measure due.
In the evening a large crowd was
present to hear tbe address of Rev. A.
W. Ackerman of Portland on "The Au
thenticity of tbe Bible." Mr. Acker
man is a very polished speaker and is
among those whom the people of Tbe
Dalles will count themselves fortunate
to have beard.
The service was opened with an an
them by the Methodist church choir,
"Praise the Father," and after tbe ad
dress the closing business was transacted.
Don't forget the Q. N. G. encamp
ment excursion to Hood River on Satur
day, July 3d. Steamer leaves wharf at
8 :45 a. m. Round trip 50 cents.
W. C. Am.a-.way, Agent.
HOOD RIVER ENCAMPMENT
FOURTH of JULY CELEBRATION.
O. N. G. ENCAMPMENT EXCURSION,
SATURDAY, JULY 3d.
THE DALLES AND HOOD RIVER.
Round Trip, 50c Tickets
at 8 :45 a. m. Leave Hood
THE DALLES to PORTLAND and Return.
Round Trip $2.00. Tickets good eoine Saturday, July 3d. Returning
Thursday, July 8tb. Boat leaves The Dalles at 8 :45 a. m. Leave
Portland at 7 a. m.
THE DALLES to PORTLAND and Return.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS, $1.50.
Monday, July 5th ; returning Tuesday, July 6th. Steamer Regulator
will leave The Dalles at 6 a. m.; arrive in Portland at 12 noon. The
grand parade at Portland will take place at 2 o'clock p. m.
THE FIREWORKS AT NIG-HT
Will surpass my thing heretofore attempted in Portland in pyrotech
See the Battleships Monadnock and Monterey,
Which will be in Portland during the entire celebration.
All tickets mnst be purchased at the office or wharf boat on Court St.
W. C. ALLAWAY, Gen. Agt.
Not to Rust, and
Any piece that does. This is the cheapest
and best Tinware to buy. . Sold only by
MAYS & CROWE.
Jacobson Book & Music Co.
Flags, Rockets, Torpedoes, Roman Candles, Bombs
and Fire-crackers. Large Assortment. Prices
Mail orders promptly attended to.
New Vogt Block.
Successor to Cbrlsman & 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. Fe delivery to any part of town.
Fruit and Fish Boxes.
Lumber. Sash. Doors. Building Material,
Julv 1st, 1897.
Leave Tbe Dalles
we will Replace
The Dalles, Oregon.
For the next 60 days we will al
low a discount of 25 per cent, on
boxes in orders of 100 and up.
And all kinds of
as low as the lowest
limited to date of sale,
River at 4 p. ni.
ROWE & CO., The Dalles, Or