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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1897)
A "good thing" when you see it.
Almost every one does.
The Line of Rugs
We offer this week are each
and everyone a good thing.
Displayed in Dry Goods Window.
The assortment includes all kinds light and dark-
A Superb . Collection.
Special Prices for this week only.
Axminster Door Mat Regular $ .85
Moquette Kug " j -25
Smyrna Rug 4 J-Jjj
Smyrna Rug, extra quality
Moquette Rug " .00
Smyrna Rug w
Smyrna Rug ,iZo
Special $ .G5
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PEASE & MAYS
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
ware, and prettier than either
of them. Call and see the
167 Second Street.
Jos. T. Peters & Co.
The Dalles Dally Chronicle.
JULY 29, 1897
All persona having claims against The
Dalles National Bank, of The Dalles,
Oregon, must present the same to H. b.
Wileon, receiver, with the legal proof
thereof, within three months from the
date hereof, or thev may be disallowed.
Washington, D. O., June 5, 1897.
James H. Eckels,
Random ODseration ana Local Kvents
of Leaser Magnitude.
Shotgun ehella loaded to order at
Maier & Benton.
Second hand Wood's Reaper for sale.
Apply to C. W Phelps, j28 4t.
See the new line of delft that just ar
rived at Maier & Benton.
The weather forecast for tomorrow
and Saturday, fair and warmer.
The regular quarterly examination of
teachers will be held August 11th.
The Teachers' Institute will close one
week from tomorrow. It has been quite
well attended, and has been of great
benefit to all taking part in it.
The intense longing to get into the
Clondyke now felt by many of those who
are starting will not be equaled until the
same parties are anguishing to get out
,A dispatch from Tacoma says that the
signals of the Mazamas from the summit
of Mt. Rauier, was seen at 9 :30 Tuesday
nieht. Thev could not be seen from
It is said that Richard Lee, of Astoria,
will go to the Clondyke and etart a
newspaper. What any sane man wants
with a newspaper when there is gold in
the ground is a mystery.
The trial of Rudolph Smith, charged
with violating the law against fishwheels
running Sundays, is being held before
Justice Filloon this afternoon. The com
plaint was made by Fish Commissioner
Rev. N. J. Wright of Illinois will
preach at the Christian church Sunday,
August 1st, morning and evening. Mr.
Wright comes well recommended. He
has been attending the C. E. convention
at San Francisco.
Mr. Hugh Gourlay will leave for
Prineville Monday, where he wi'l take
charge of the Crook County Journal.
Mr. Gourlay is a clean, concise and
forceful writer, and will make the Jour
nal a first-class paper.
The July run of Balmon baa com
menced, and the catches at Astoria are
very large. In consequence the canner
ies are running up to their fullest capac
ity. The run will not react here till the
close season. The catch here is improv
ing but is yet far from good.
Professor Brown, of the Standard
University, who is with the Mazamas on
Mt. Ranier, list his way Monday while
climbing the mountain. Not returning
at night a party of six volunteers went
after him and by great good luck suc
ceeded in finding him. Had they not
done so he would undoubtedly have
perished in a snow storm that evening.
Eugene Hahn, the 9-year-old 6on of
Henry Hahn, manager for Wadhama &
Co. was killed in Portland Tuesday
night. He was riding in a bu gy with
his mother when the horse ran away.
The horse stumbled and fell, and the
bugpy was forced on to him. As he got
up he kicked, the boy in the breast
killing him almost instantly.
J. I. Taylor, who lives four miles
southeast of town, discovered a few days
ago on his place a stagnant pool of what
he supposed was water, says a Cottage
Grove correspondent of the .ugene
Guard. On the surface was a film or
scum, and when a match was lighted
and thrown upon it the wnole surface J
instantly ignited, burning much the
same as would a pool of kerosene.
Some one lost a dog this morning,
who ia probably not yet aware of it. The
gravel train pulling out about 11 o'clock
caught a big dog on the trestle across
Mill Treek, and as it passed, the
mangled remains of the animal dropped
to the ground. The owner may be
able to identify the remains, and anyone
missing a dog need not suspect Dr. Sid
dall or John Parrot of havfng swiped
A letter received by J. F. Moore from
a friend in Prineville saya that at a
dance at Beaver Creek in Crook county
Horace Cadle got in an altercation with
another man, whose name is not given,
and that Cadle was slabbed in the head
with a knife, it sticking in the skull
Cadle fell, his head, or rather, the ban'
die of the knife striking against the
building in such a manner that it was
driven through the skull, killing him.
Will van Dyke, of Ashland, bad a
closer call to being bitten by a rattle
snake the other day than is often ex
perienced, He was baying on his piace
north of town and was gathering up a
small shock of hay in bis arms, when
he spied something following his hand
veiy closely, which proved to be a
rattler, that had been coiled up in the
haycock. The reptile struck at his
hand and grazed the little finger of bia
left hand, near the end, partially but
not entirely cutting through the skin.
The finger swelled considerabls, how
ever, and Mr. Van Dyke considers that
he came as near being bitten by arattle-
TO MOUNT HOOD AND BACK.
Wednesday at the Institute.
Lewis Porter and Will Crossen Make
the Trip Partly on Their Wheels.
Judd Fish and party arrived home
from Ctoud Cap last night, after a very
pleasant trip. Some of the party de
sired to make the ascent of the moun
tain, but as Will Langille, theguide, had
gone to the Clondyke. and bia brother
Doug bad not arrived to take his place,
the attempt was not made. Lewis Por
ter and Will Crossen went up to the
mountain the same day Jud(T8partydid
riding their bicycles, i Before reaching
therElt Bedsyfive xbTTea from the Inn,
the boys bad to dismount and push their
wheels, the grade being about 700 feet to
the mile. They reached the Inn at 1 :30
in the morning, but they stayed with
their wheels in order to enjoy the ride
down. On the way back yesterday the
boys started oot ahead, but Judd and
his Dartv Dassed them. Soon after this
Crossen's wheel collapsed, and Porter
took after Judd in order to eet him to
haul Crossen's wheel in to the settle
ments. He failed to catch him until he
had reached Gribbles' place, where the
party stopped for dinner, eight miles
from the place where Crossen's mishap
occurred. After two hours of patient
waitine the latter showed up with his
wheel on his back and thoroughly dia
guated because he had pushed the tbinu
up the mountains in order to carry it
down. He arrived in camp looking like
an advance agent of the returning Clon
dykera of the spring of 1898. Judd
hauled him and his wheel in aa far as
the forks of the road. a. mile and a half
from Hood River, when Crossen, saying'
he was in a hurry to get home, left them
and struck out to catch the Baker. His
cup of woe did not run over until Judd
met him at the wharf, and then, it is
feared that there were mild expressions
of something approaching profanity.
And yet both Porter and CrosBen insist
that they had a delightful trip.
Euelish Literature Completed Snow
Grammar Kinds of verbs.
Composition Began study of figures
of speech -
Arithmetic Problems from advanced
course of mental.
Book-keeping Shipping and commis
SDellinir Pronounciation of words
GeoeraDbv Southern and Central
General History England under the
Writino Discussion of methods used
by teachers present.
Discussion School law ; answering
questions of former examinations.
Theory General methods of teaching,
Phvsical Geography Ocean currents
and deposits. .
Algebra Simultaneous equations and
reduction of radicals.
U. S. History War of 1812.
Teachers enrolled today J. T. Neff
of Hood River, and Miss Catherine
Martin, of The Dalles.
Visitors present Mrs. Dr. Rhinehart
Miss Champagne and Misses Flora and
"It Don't Seem Like the J
Same Old Smile."
Say husbands, you will not have occasion
to hum the above song, if you will come to -Mays
& Crowe's and buy your wife one of
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES
They will do the work of any Cast Iron
Stove or Steel Range, and just the thing for
warm weather. The universal verdict of
those who have tried them is, "We would
not be without it."
MAYS & CROWE.
Agricultural Implements, Champion''
Mowers and Reapers, C raver Headers, Bain
Wagons, Randolph, Headers and Reapers.
Drapers, Lubricating Oils, Axle Grease,
Blacksmith Coal and Iron.
Agents ior Waukegan Barb Wire.
2nd Street, Cor. Jefferson, THE DALLES.
For ONE WEEK ONLY at
Jacobson Book & Music Co.
Bed-Rock Pries and terms to suit purchaser.
New Vogt Block, Tne Dalles, uregon.
A Farm House Burned.
snake as he cares to come.
Fire Department lectlon.
The annual election of The Dalles fire
department will take place Monday,
August 2d, at the engine bouse, on Third
street, between Court and Union, for
the election of chief and assistant engin
eer. Polls open from 5 to 7 o'clock p.
ra. By order of board of delegates.
C. E. Dawsen, Secy.
The Elite Candy factory has just put
in a tine new soda fountain, and is pre
pared to furnish its customers soda-ice
cream aa well aa soda, with the most de
licious flavoring. Try one of its milk
shakes. - 2-16 tf
Frank Lieblien, who lives near Kings
ley, lost bis bouse and all its contents by
fire Tuesday morning about 11 o'clock.
His wife was cooking dinner, and notic
ing an abundance of sparks flying,
stepped outside to see what the trouble
was, and found that the whole upper part
of the house was ablaze. She had hard
ly got outside when the roof tell in. Mr.
Lieblein was at work in the fields at the
time, and nothing was saved. Mr. Lieb-
lien estimates his loss at $2000, and had
no insurance. I
A. Broken eg-
Dr. Hol'ister went to Moffat Springs
Miss Flora Bosom left thia morning
for her home in Oakland, Cal.
C. W. Dietzel wae a passenger on the
Baker this morning, going to- the Locka
Xieutenant James Jackson of Co. C of
Pendleton has resigned and sails on the
Elder for Alaska tomoriW;
Mr. Leslie Butlerfill leave in the
morning for Portland, and will be a
passenger-on the Elder going" as far-as
Mf.TFrank Chrisman and wife (nee
Miss- Victoria Barzee) came up from
Portland Tuesday evening, and are tem-,
porarily located at theEurppeanhouB'.
I MrrancTMrs. Schultz of San Francisco,
who have been visiting friends here for
several months, went to. Portlandthis
morning, and will take the next train to
their home in California.
Dr. Siddall and John Parrott left this
morning tor Portland. They were both
as cheerful aa schoolgirls, and each had
hidden awav among his plunder a Dale
of seamless sacks and a scoop shovel.-
Hon. B. S. Huntington arrived home
from Puget Sound this morning. While
there he was the gue6t of F, A. Mac
Donald, formerly register of the land
office here, and reports having a de
lightful time cruising among the islands
ot the Sound.
Successor to Chrisman & Corson.
FULL LINE OF
Again in business at the old staad. I would be pleased to
see all my formei patrons. Free delivery to any part of town.
has the best Dress Goods
has the best Shoes
has everything to he found in a
first-class Dry Goods Store.
George Keller met with an accident
this morning that will lay him up for
some time. He went in the room back
of bia meat market for the purpose of
getting a cloth to cover the meat in the
delivery wagon. To reach it be climbed
on top of a barrel, and while reaching
after the cloth the barrel upset, throw
ing Keller in such a manner that both
bones of bia right leg were broken juat
above the ankle. Drs. Doane and Eeh
elman reduced the fracture.
C. F. STEPHENS.
"Last summer one of our grand
chidren was sick with a severe bowel
trouble," says Mrs. E. G. Gregory, of
Frederickstown, Mo. "Our doctor's
remedy bad failed, then we tried -Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy which gave very speedy relief."
For sale by Blakeley and Houghton.
excels all other washing
Headquarters for Seed Grain of ail kinds.
Headquarters for Feed Grain of ail kinds.
Headquarters for Rolled Grain, an kinds.
Headquarters for Bran, Shorts,
Headquarters for "Byers' Best" Pendle-
r-n P1ni1T Thia Floor is manufactured expraly for family
tOU J? iOUI. n8e. every Back ia guaranteed to give satisfaction.
We sell our goods lower than any house in the trade, and if you don't think ho
call and get our prices and be convinced.
Highest Prices Paid for Wheat, Barley and Oats.