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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1898)
WE. MUST MOVE THE STOCK TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS.
We shall offer all of our stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes and
Men's Clothing" and Furnishings, at a
EHTLV REDUCED PRICE.
We intend this to be a GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE, and shall not stop at cost to sell the goods. THIS SALE WILL, BE STRICTLY-FOR
CASH. Customers -whose accounts are settled every thirty days will be considered as cash; but goods charged to accounts not settled promptly will be
charged at regular prices. THE, SWEEPING REDUCTIONS WE, PROPOSE RENDER IT IMPERATIVE ON US TO MAKE THIS DISTINCTION
BETWEEN CASH AND CREDIT SALES. ,
REMEMBER: We propose to make this a sale to, be remembered, and the prices we shall make will bear
us out in this assertion. . '
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WE SHALL BE READY FOR YOU ON THURSDAY. Delay your purchases until then.
Watch this Paper on Thursday next for Prices.
Eastern Oregon's Greatest Department Store.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
JULY 6, 1893
tertained all by I
war songs with illustrations.
tonight and you i
mission 10 and la
At the Vogt
The Berkeley Concert Co.
Don't forget that Kellar keeps the
best ice cream soda in the city. tf
Clarke' & Falk have the purest and
strongest Paris Green in the market.
Cherries, raspberries, blackberries and
dew berries, at The Dalles Commission
H. M. Ryan, teacher of Mandolin,
Guitar and Banjo. Headquarters at
Jacubsen's. tf .
Lovers of good music and pure com-
edy should hear the Berkeley Quartet at
the Vogt ton:ght.
Beginning this morning the steamers
Regulator and Sarah Dixon will leave
their docks in this city at 8 :30.
All bills against the Fourth of July
committees should be handed to C. F.
StepheiiB treasurer of the committee be
fore 7 o'clock this evening.
C. J. Stubling has just received a large
shipment of genuine orange wine, which
he will retail either by the pint, quart,
gallon or bottle. This wine is superior
to the grape product, having a very
Don't forget that A. B. Estebenet has
taken the agency for the Troy Laundry
and is ready to give his entire attention
to all orders sent to him. Address A.
B. Estebenet, general agent, or ring up
pbine number 119. tf
The attention of the ladies is called to
the grand clearance sale of trimmed hate
at the Campbell & Wileon Millinery
Parlors. Trimmed hats in the different
styles will be sold below cost. Call and
purchase before it is too late.
H. Maetz held the record at the Uma
tilla House alleys this week as nsual.
The scores were as follows: Monday, 60;
Tuesday, 59 ; Wednesday, 57 : Thursday,
57; Friday, 53; Sunday, 59. Saturday's
record was held by James Benton, with
score of 58.
Yesterday Sheriff Kelly took his oath
of office and his Dositlon in the sheriffs
office. He has selec
b. U. Sexton, a man
the position, and by
shown as good judgme!
bility in discharging
. The chow at the Ballwin opera house
was well attended last eight, and a bet
ter entertainment for tthe money has
never been given intbfecity. The re
production of the MaiAe disaster and
,ed for his deputy
well qualified for
his choice be has
pt'as he has capa-
he duties of the
lies Lillian Howe en
presenting the latest
ill not regret it. Ad-cents.
The high scores at the CoumercialClub
alleys for the week ending Sunday were
at follows: Monday, Nolan, 64; Tues
day, Ballard, 53 : Wednesday, Ballard,
56; Thursday, Jobson, 40: Friday,
Bradshaw, 56; Saturday, Bradshaw, 53;
Sunday, Stephens. 46.
Amateur photography used to be a
matter full of difficulties. There used
to be trouble in getting ontfita and sup
plies. Donnell, the druggist, keeps
everything yon want. .Cameras, plates,
films, paper, etc. We also make-developing
and toning solutions ready for
The Dalles Steam Laundry begs to in
form its patrons that Mr. A. B. Este
benet is no longer in its employ. Mr.
S. Burns will take his place on the
wagon; should he fail to call upon yon
ring up telephone 341 and your wants
will be attended to immediately. Give
us your work and we will try to please
One of the pleasant features of the
Fourth of July celebration which we
omitted mentioning yesterday was thei
excursion on the Sarah Dixon in th
evening. Two hundred pleasure eeek
ers went down the river and their tri
was not in vain, for. evervone was in a
enjoyable frame of mind, and as everv
thing passed off pleasantly the excurf
sionists were more than pleased with
We would like to know who is respo
Bible for moving the old Mountaineer
office in the alley back of Mclnerny
tore and leaving it stand there. la
this way they have blocked up the alle
and not only cut off traffic, but in case
of ore would obstruct the way, and bji
so doing cause needless delay and probi
ably a heavy loss that might otherwise!
be averted. The matter e.hould be at
tended to promptly.
The Fourth was celebrated in Hood
River with a will as a result of the bul
letin received announcing Sampson's
victory. The G. A. R. fired a salute.
The drill of a company of young women
was a feature of the day. Arrangements
are being made to make the organization
a permanent one. - The Emergency
Corps' entertainment at night was well
attended, the leading feature being the
extra drill of sixteen young women of
the company of forty. . "
Monday afternoon Charles Gray, of
Cove, shot three times at Albert Ohmp,
of Island City. One bullet took tffect
in Ohm's thigh, another struck his sad
dle and the third killed his horse. Both
money owed Ohms by Gray. They had
trouble over the account this morning,
but separated, -meeting again later.
Both men were on horseback and after
the shooting Gray left Arlington hur
riedly firing his pistol several times.
Officers are pursuing him.
North Yakima held the biggest cele
bration in years, with no casualties to
mar the enjoyment. Everybody - was
patriotic in the morning, but when
news came of Sampson's victory at San
tiago, the town went wild. A delegation
of citizens stopped the procession and
read Sampson's Xelegram, and rousing
cheers followed. The same citizens
went, to the ball ground, called time,
read the message and nearly broke up
the game. The procession was one of
the largest ever seen in the city, and
was witnessed by a large crowd. The
ball game nearly ended when the first
man went to the bat, the pitcher strik
ing Batter Farrah behind the ear with
the third ball pitched, rendering him
unconscious for several hours, A report
came from Zillah to the effect that one
Indian hilled another during the cele
bration there. Both were drunk.
f The city election which was held last
;night passed off a quickly and with as
little trouble as any we have ever had,
and throughout was apparently satisfac
tory. Chas. Lauer, the present incum
bent of the marshalship, has proven a
faithful man in that position, which ac
counts for his retention. Julius Wiley,
the nightwatebman for the past year,
has conducted himself in such a straight
forward' manner that he would have
been unanimously returned should he
have allowed his ncine to come before
the council. His successor we trust will
fill the position credably. The city re
corder, Roger B. Sinnott, also refused to
accept the office the second time, since
by so doicg he would be forced to neg
lect hie law practice. Mr. Sinnott Iras
filled the position of recorder in a most
creditable manner, and. if he wished,
would have been elected unanimously.
Mr. Gates is a promising young attor
ney and lolly capable of filling the position.
In the academy ground, a gold hat
pin with a filigree eworl handle for a
head. Reward and no questions asked
if returned to this office.
for 8ala Cheap.
A lot 100x160 feet, on the bluff, east of
the fair grounds. A desirable residence
location. A. S. Mac Auistkh.
Fresh and the first
of the Eeason at the
City Officers for the Ensuing; Tr Were
Elected Other Matters.'
A meeting of the city council was
held last night. Mayor Nolan presided
and Councilmen Johnston, Clough, Kel
lar, Kuck, Stephens, Barnett, Johns,
Butts and Gunning were present.
The minutes of the last meeting were
ad and approved and on motion adopt
ed and placed on file.
Reports of city officers were read and
approved; also the report of the mayor.
A petition to grant a liquor license to
Geo. W. Way was next before the coun
cil, and on motion the license was
The name of Charles Lauer for city
marshal was placed before the council
for confirmation by Mayor Nolan. The
question was left to a vote, and resulted
in seven for confirmation .and two
against. As Ihe majority of the council
was in favor of confirming Mr. Lauer as
marshal, he waj declared such by the
Next in order was the selection of a
recorder. The name of N. H. Gajtes was
placed before the council and the vote
stood eight to one. Mr. Gates receiving
the majority of the council, was- de
clared recorder for the coming year.
Petitions for the position of night
watchman were next read, and Mr.
Adolph Phirman chosen by a vote of
seven to two blanks.
Ordinanceu ordering the mayor and
recorder to draw up and sign deeds to
Thomas Hudson and Charles Frank for
certain pieces of property were read and
Bills were presented lv ihff judges
and clerks of election tor er-rvices ren
dered, and on motion were ortiered paid.
As there was no further bnpineps for
the council to transact, on inoiiunthey
Use CI ark ej&Fa 1 k ' sJR o n f n t f ,-, r t'b",.
Four or 'five tenuis' with drivers to
work on O. R. & N. nrml iietween Ar
lington and Umatilla; wages (3.50 per
day, call on Jas. Ihkland, Agent.
DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve
Cares Pijes. Scalds. Burns.
It will cither make you
nor break you if you don't
try Schilling's Best
tea baking powder
coffee flavoring extract
soda- : and spices
but you'll miss something
By II en ei ktta K. Eliot.
Not for revenge, albeit Spain
Destroyed the Maine
Not for her islands, near or far,
Wage we this war.
Nor solely for poor Cuba's neej
Do our sonsableed:
But to solve questions which were gray .
Ere to the day f v
She opened her sad eyes ! For we
Who scarce yet see
Wisely to rule ourselves, arc set
Where ways have met, ' '
To lead the nations on !
Not for our own
Land now are battle-flags unfurled,
But for the world
ice Gjam Freezers.
Portland Electrolysis Company.
Superfluous hair, warts, moles and all
facial blemishes removed' permanently.'
Chiropoaist work skillfully done. Head
quarters over land office in the Chapman
block. - julyltf
Farm far Bale.
A good farm for sale four and a half
miles from town, consisting of 420 acres
cleared , land, 120 being in grain, four
horses, 10 head of cattle and 6 of hogs.
Also a good dwelling bouse and barn.
The land will produce anything grown
in Waeco county. A good school within
a quarter of a mile of the farm. No
mortgage or land agent in the way. Call
on or address SetH Morgan,
july2-lm-w The Dalles, Or.
. Winyour battles again9t disease by
acting promptly. 4 One Minute Congh
Cure produces immediate results. When
taken early it- prevents consumption,
and in later stages it furnishes prompt
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We have opened onr renting department with a
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