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The Dalles Daily Chnmicie.
WEDNESDAY - SEPTEMBER 7, 1S98
Choice Crawford peaches for canning
25 cents a box. The Dalles Com
Tomorrow fresh lobster, crab, clams,
cat fish, smelt, salmon and halibut at
The Dalles Commission Co.
Leave your orders for dressed chicken9
with the Stadleraan Commission Co.
Have your bicycle repairing done by
Chas. Burcbtorf, coiner of Third aDd
Federal. Phone 49.
Yesterday the sale of certain property
of the estate of Oliva Esping, deceased,
was confirmed by the county court.
A meeting of the ladies' aid society
of the Congregational church will be
held at Mrs. Alex Thompson's on
Two carloads or mutton sheep were
shipped last night by Chas. Butler, to
Seattle. He purchased the sheep from
Tom Harris, of this county.
The oyster season has opened and in
order to be up to the times, the Palace
of Sweets have fresh oysters on sale in
every style. Give them a trial. 9 3 tf
Red Messina Orange and Orangeade
at the Pallace of Sweets. These are the
latest and most popular drinks in the
E.istern cities. Give them a trial. 8-25tf
A letter from Prof. A. W. Lundell
announces that he will return on or
about the 20th inst., and that he will be
pleased to meet bis friends and pupils
in voic3 culture. 4t
John Michell left last night for In
dianapolis Indiana to attend the great
council of the Independent Order of
Radrnen of the United States which con
venes in that city on the 15th. Mr.
Michell is one of the two delegates from
Oregon the other being Fred Saylor of
The O. R. & N. Co. is shortly to es
tablish all over Ub system the Fleming
mail catcher and deliverer, to take in
and deliver mails at stations where the
mail train does not stop. This catcher
has been in use for some time on many
Eastern roads, but the O. R. & N. is the
first system to introduce it on this
A telegram received from Miss Rose
iicbell today dated at Denver, Colon-ado,
informs ns that their party, con
sisting of Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Tozier
of Portland and Misses Rose and
Annette Michell of The Dalles, has
reached Denver this morning. She
stated they were having a splendid
time an l would be home about Sep
The man Revolan, who was arrested
Sunday lor defacing property and for
assault with a dangerous weapon, had
his hearing in Justice Bayard's conrt
this morning. - He plead guilty to the
crime of simple assault sad was fined
E ASK FOR YOUR TRADE THIS SEASON,
season is so sound and substantial as to quality and value, as
to leave no room for dissatisfaction on the part of the buyer.
The honest merit of our goods is an effective appeal to the good
judgment of the customer who realizes that nothing is cheap
which does not possess sterling worth proportionate to the price
aaked. We aim to select and sell only such goods as will fill
the expectation of the buyer from first to last ; at the time of
purchase it is mainly a question of style, afterward it becomes
a test of service and durability.
Yon will rind us stocked with the goods that meet these de
mand?, and as time proves the genuiness of our quality, you
wiil foel like coming for more.
We are sellers of goods of high grade and quality .strictly mod
ern in style, Rud very low in price. If this is the style of doing
business that strikes you as promising the best results for
buyers, come right along, for we shall meet your expectations
and give the best satisfaction. We have tried to state our
position fairly and without boasting. The facts we have pre
sented for your consideration we can substantiate at any time
with quality and price. We have an earnest desire to do just
as well by you as we possibility can on every purchase and to
thereby merit and obtain your future esteemed patronage.
ease & Pays.
$20, or sentenced ten days in the county
jail. As he did not have the necessary
amount with which to pay tae fine he !
was committed to jail.
Wilbur S. Yearsley, manager of the
Pennsylvania Mortgage Investment Co.,
who has been traveling in the Palouse
country since the late rains, says the
wheat lias not been damaged, and it nol
more rain falls there will be little if anj
"off grade" wheat because of the rainl
A few days of warm sunshine will place
the grain in as good condition as before
the rain fell.
Big Crook county products exhibited
at Prineville la9t week were a beet
weighing 4Z pounds, a radish one foot
long and ten inchee in circumference,
a potato weighing seven pounds, and a
span of 4-year-old hordes, one of which
weighed 1555 pounds and the other 1455
pounds. The agricultural products were
raised on the farm of Mrs. C. W. Carey.
The horses are owned by R. M. and
F. A. Powell.
The creamery on the Wenas, near
Noith Yakima, belonging to E. E.
James, was totally destroyed by fire the
other day. Earnest Fear, who was in
charge, had built a fire and was at
breakfast when the building caught,
probably from a spark from the fire.
The stock on hand, machinery and
buildings were totally destroyed. The
property was insured for $1400 which
only partially covers the loss.
David Barry of M osier who was
charged with assault with a dangerous
weapon was discharged this afternoon
in Justice Bayard's court. He after
ward plead guilty of assault and bat
tery and was fined $20 which he payed.
There was a lack of evidence in the case
there being no one preseut at the time
of the trouble except the plaintiff Mr.
Bryant and the defendant. Sinnott and
Sinnot appeared for the defendant
while A. A. Jayne wag attorney for the
There have been so many complaints
about the treatment of the Oregon re
cruits at San Francisco that Governor
Lord decided to go down there and in
vestigate for himself and get at the bot
tom facts. Accompanied by Colonel B.
B. Tattle, adjutant-general, he left
Salem on last night's train for the Pre
sidio. He will have the contract of find
ing cut why these recruits were not sent
on to Manila to join their regiment, in
stead of being left to chill on the sand
hills of San Francisco.
Wind and fire combined to threaten
Portland with destruction yesterday,
but though they kept the fire depart
ment on the move, and the public on
the anxious seat the best part of the
day, they failed to destroy anything
more valuable than an acre or two of
brush, part of an elevated roadway and
a rubbish pile. Heavy clouds of smoke,
driven by a 30-mile gale from a blazing
forest east of Vancouver, made the at
mosphere thick and stifling, and gave
an ominous aspect to the local conflagra
tions. It was an ideal day for a fire,
and bad not Portland been blessed with
a department that knew' its business, a
feeling that our dealings cannot fail to be
mutually profitable and satisfactory. In the
first place our new line of goods for the
board of underwriters might have con
vened today and remained in sesson for
several weeks adjusting loses. A report
was current in The Dalles that Vancou
ver was destroyed by fire early this
morning, but the report lacks confirma-
f TVin r. r ttt
ty are in session in the county
room today. Judge Mavs. D. S.
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a nruig iir
m on g other matters an appropriation
of $50 was made from the special road
fund for the improvement of roads in
district No. 6. In the matter of G. E.
Johnston and others for a county road
the time of paying damages was ex
tended to the first day of the November
term. As D. Smith, Superintendent of
district No. 5 has moved out of the
county, William Kennedy was appointed
to fill the vacancy.
It Is evident that numerous petty
thieves are operating in this city judg
ing from the number of small articles
which are missed by many of our citi
zens. Charles Bayard informs ns that
while he was in camp near Hood River
numerous articles were stolen from his
premises. Among other things a shovel,
step ladder and a rope from a flagstaff
and other articles which he left laying
around his home. He has definite
knowledge as to where the stolen ar
ticles are and wishes to inform the
offenders that if they are returned no
action will be taken, otherwise he will
proceed to enforce the law and have the
transgressors put where they justly
A pleasant farewell party was given at
I. C. Nicklesen's residence laet evening.
A large number of friends of Miss Edie
Fisher, who will leave for Portland to
morrow where she will make her future
home, were present. The evening
throughout was spent in such a pleasant
manner that the young lady in whoBe
honor the party was given could not
help thinking that, with so many
jovial friends, The Dalles is certainly an
acceptable place in which to live and
one to which ehe could, at any time, pay
a visit and meet with a hearty welcome.
The only disagreeable feature of the
evening was the parting, and Mis3 Fish
er's many friends hope that she will
favor us with, at least, an occasions
To teach a son
11 school and commence
as soon as arrangements can be made.
Salary one hundred dollars for a three
months term, without board. Apply to
9-7 2t R. A. Murray, -
Monkland, Sherman Co., Ore.
A married lady whose husband is on
the road a great deal wants a girl to
stay with her. The young lady will re
ceive board and lodging and can attend
school. Apply at this office or address
List (i D. C. & A. C. pin. Take it to
Gifford aitd get reward. g.74t
For the next thirty days we will
give special prices on tiie follow
Rubber Garden Hose
Rubber Belting J
Leather Belting f VQr
Blue-flame Oil StovesQg jj
Delft Enameled Warei
Screen Doors.. fl
Fisdii Mie ?owTrtl
Call and see our stock. We will make
yon special prices on everything in our
line during the month of Angost, as we
must make room for our Fall and Win
..THE HfiftDWRRE DEALERS..
167 Seconi St. THE. DALLES, OR.
ANNUAL MEETING OPENED IN THE
The Sleeting Attended By Teachers and
Patrons of Education The Morn
The convention f teachers for Wasco
county, began its annual seeeion in the
Academy Park school building this
morning. It was the intention to hold
the institute in the new High School
building but the paiuters were not
through with their woik and it was con
sidered best to allow them to proceed
undisturbed, and hold the meeting in
the other building.
Numerous teachers arrived yesterday,
and there were at least thirty-five pres
ent at the opening exercises at 9 o'clock
this morning. The afternoon session
opened at 1:30 and by this time the
number of teachers bad swelled to about
The opening exercises were followed
by some appropriate remarks by Super
J. II. Ackerman, Superintendent of
public instruction, followed by a learned
discourse on arithmetic.
Professor John Gavin followed by a
talk on spelling, after which J. H.
Ackerman rendered an interesting dis
course on grammer.
The forenoon exercises were closed by
an interesting, instructive and entertain
ing talk on geography by Prolessor J. S.
The exercises for the afternoon opened
at 1 :30. But a few of the first numbers
of the program were rendered at the
time of going to press. The proceedings
for the entire afternoon will be given in
The proceedings of the institute are
interesting as well as instructive
throughout, and a cordial invitation is
extended to all who feel an interest in
education to attend.
A orettv weddina was celebrated ves-
teraay forenoon at tno resilience ot Itev.
J. H. Wood, the contracting parties be
ing Mr. Edward N. Hill and Miss Lulu
J. Jierrien, both of this city.
The bride is a half sister of Mrs. Wood
Good food helps di
gestion. Don't know just
how many doctors' bills
will save you.
For sale by
L. Rorden & Company
Clearance Sale ;
OF GOODS SAVED FROM THE FIRE.
Opposite French's Bank, - Washington Street.
J. H. CROSS nas removed his store to the Vogt
Block, next door to the Postoffiee, where he will be pleased
to greet his man3' iormer patrons and a liberal share of new
ones. For CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, HAY,
GRAIN" and FEED, SEEDS and FRUITS, &c, your
orders will receive prompt attention, and will be sold at pop
ular prices. Call and see him.
(Jet Your pritytip
and has attended school in The Dalles
until about a year ago, is highly respect
ed, and has man) warm friends.
The groom has lived in The Dalles
since his early boyhood and is known as
a young man of splendid character, and
respected by all his acquaintances. The
wedding was of a ' private character,
there being present only relatives and
intimate friends of the contracting
parties. They being:
Mr. and Mrs. Hill, Melisea Hill,
Bertha Hill, Roy Hill, Marshall Stand
ard, Mrs. Frank Rounds, Miss Lou
Hnniley, Mrs. Harry Jones, Mrs. Ber
rien, Mrs. Clark, Nellie Clark, Bliss
and Willie Clark, Gladys Clark, Mr.
and Mrs. Wood, Willie Wood, Gladys
Wood, Rollie and Mary Wood.
The young couple have taken rooms
at the Episcopal parsonage where they
will make their home for the present.
Their many friends offer congratula
tions and wishes for a long and happy
Notice is hereby given that I have
this day purchased the interest of L.
McLellan in The Dalles Steam Laundry
and will collect all bills and pay all
debts against the same.
A. S. MacAllisteb.
I ask my friends and patrons to accord
to Mr. MacAllister the same generous
patronage given to me.
Sept. 6, 1898. L. McLellas.
That I will eell according to ordinance
No. 202, at the city pound, on the loth
day of September, 1898, at 1 o'clock p.
m., 1 bay horse weight about 950 pounds,
saddle and collar marks, white stripe in
face, branded U on left shoulder.
Chas. F. Laueb,
City Marshal of Dalles City.
A meeting of the hook and ladder com
pany will be held at the Councfl chambers
this evening. All members are urgently
requested to be present as matters of im
portance will be considered.
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Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund tLe money if
it fails to care. 25c.
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