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We have received another shipment of Ladies' Waists in new designs .
all dark shades. Good for house or street wear. Very dressy; separate collar;
lined in waists and sleeves. Carefully selected; neat in workmanship; tast3 in
the finishing. In a word, just as you would have them.
All Goods Marked in
The Dalles Daily Clironiele.
- NOVEMBER 25, 1898
Telephone No. 1.
And etill the attention of the court is
directed to the case of Mrs. M. J. Mosier
vs. the O. R. & N. Co.
A marriage license was today granted
to William F. Magill arid Amelia M.
Crofoot, both of this county.
' Remember the patriotic entertain
ment and social at the Christian church
tonight. Admiesion 15 cents.
All members of Cedar Circle, W. of
W.. are requested to be present this
evening for the purpose of electing of-1
Members and friends of the i-pwortn
League are requested to remember the
literary meeting of
the society at the
church this evening.
Mr. Hoyle, who has been
his home for the past few
are informed ia improving, and will
able to resume work in a short time, j
The Chronicle office has now on hand
a Bupply cf blanks tor making applica
tion and affidavit for railroad land under
the act of September 29, 1890. Call on
us when yon have need ot these blanks.
The marshal this morning arrested a
hobo and placed him in jail until he
could make up his mind that in this
world it is every man for himself, and
cometo the conclusion that he'd use his
muscle as a little more by means of pro
Captain White, whowas one of tt
unfortunate" victims of the Baldwin fire
in San Francisco, was an old-lime frie'n
of J. H. Cradlebaugh, he having epen
many years working side by side wit
- him in the mines of Nevada.
Our streets are all "cut up" over the
intrenebments which are being made on
their rights. Today Union street is in
the hands of a force of workmen with
picks and shovels, and soon the new
pipes will be laid to the reservoir. Be
fore we are aware, the work on the new
mains will be completed and we'll have
water, water everywhere in abondane
Yesterday (jeorge Smith, a 13-year
old boy, who lives about
west of town, succeeded not only in cut
ting off the head of a goose, but the top
of his left thumb. So serious was the
injury to the member that Dr. Hollister
was called, when the wound was dressed
and it ia thought be will not lose the
nse of the thumb.
The news of the suspected complicity
of Edward Warren in the burning of
Canyon City created a sensation in Mc
Minnville. He ia a son of ex-Sberiff W.
L. Warren, of that city, and comes from
a highly respected pioneer family. He
was raised in Yamhill county. Much
sympathy is felt for bis parents who are
among the best 'people.
Our old ferry boat, which . has been
undergoing repairs for some time since,
Prices Jancje fiom
$1.50 to $3.00.
PEASE & MAYS,
I looks like a different craft now in its
mmlo-nver nlntlips and vesterdav after-
noon was launched onto the bosom of
her old friend, the Columbia. Today
the boiler will be placed on her, and
when completed she will be taken down
the river to run between Lyle and
Rowena. She will be run by Wm. Gil
liam, who is an old steamboat man. I
What came near beine a destructive
fire occurred at the residence of J. H.
Wilburn, abjoining the Calvary Baptist
church, Wednesdayevening. The chil
dren, in playing, upset a lamp, which
broke and caused the oil to spread pro-
mieciously over the floor and then ignite.
The carpet was soon all ablaze and one
side of the room began burning. Two
gentlemen who were passing rushed in
and assisted in extinguishing the flames
before too great a headway was gained
t arnin nf the fact that man v who were
anxious to see the foot ball game yester
av were a little' more anxious to finish
their dinner, and therefore did not at
tend, there was a large crowd at the
grounds and enthusiasm ran high.
Somehow the picked team was decidedly
picked" and the score stood 21 to noth
ing m lavor ot tne mgn scnooi ooys.
It seemed to be an off day for those who
were not well schooled, but they bore
their defeat bravely and ceased kicking
when the game was over. J
Much has been said and heard regard
ing the Wasco county fruit exhibit at
the Oregon Industrial Exposition in
Portland, and visitors who attended
from this county returned proud that
they lived in such a section of country.
We were awarded first premium, and
this morning the Commercial Club re
ceived a beautiiul gold medal about the
size of a $20 gold piece and a diploma
of very neat design. The latter will be
hung in the club rooms. The exhibit
was made under the supervision of the j
club and -the direct management of Mr.
E. Schanno, whose untiring efforts,
coupled with those of a few other fruit
growers, have gotten ua the victory.
Billy Daly, who was sentenced to two
years in the penitentiary, ana wnom
The Chronicle spoke of as being very
penitent, seems to Lave been a "dope"
fiend ever since be was a mere boy, and
was the cause of his crime. The Tele
gram says ; "During bis residence in
Portland he was a perrenmal Bonrce of
trouble to the police because of his ab
normal appetite for deleterious drugs.
Several years ago when taken before the
police magistrate for the use of morphine
tie was one of the most ghostly living
sights human ever beheld. He was both
a physical and mental wreck. He was
sent to the asylum and emerged from
there the picture of health ; but soon
took hold of the deadly habit again and
left Portland.?' The best place for him
would be in an institute where, if pos
sible, be could be cured of the habit.
A furnished or unfurnished bouse,
centrally located, with about eight or ten
rooms. Address The Chronicle office.
The Dalles, Or.
A Beautiful Day and Well
Yesterday was one which was condu
cive to thanksgiving, and as such waa
(generally observed by Dalles people.
Services were held by most of the
churches, and family gatherings were
the order of the day throughout the city,
when around hearthstones and at well
laden tables were assembled the old, the
middle-aged and the children to enjoy
the genial atmosphere and fellowship of
the day set apart for a re-counting of all
the mercies and blessings of the past-
year and to make plans for the future.
Best of all, the poor were not forgotten,
and by way of teaching the children that
it is more blessed to give than to receive,
the superintendents of the junior socie
ties of some of our churches met with a
committee of little ones to receive and
distribute gilts to those whom we have
'always with lis." Each child came
with some gift, however small, and tbey
were afterward given to the deserving
In the morning services were held in
the Episcopal and Lutheran churches,
and the contribution at each was for
charitable purposes, at the former for
the Good Samaritan hospital in Portland
Last evening the Congregational and
Methodist churches united in a Thanks
giving service at the uongregauonai
church. A large audience was present
and the singing was particularly beauti
ful and appropriate. Rev. Wood delivered
a seimon from the text "Bless the Lord,
O my soul, and all that is within me,
bless his holy name. Bless the Lord,
O my soul, and forget not all bis bene
fits ;" adding a text from the New Testa
ment, "In everything giye thanks." He
recalled a few of the many reasons that
the people of the United States have for
thanksgiving, mentioning particularly
its success in the recent conflict; also
saying that not only as a nation but as
individuals, have we numberless reasons
for gratitude. The speaker was very
earnest in bis remarks, and claimed the
undivided attention of his audience
A collection was taken at the close of
the meeting to be distributed by a com
mittee from each church to those whom
tbey might consider the most needy.
The Catholic Bazaar.
The bazaar given by the Catholic
ladies was a success far beyond their ex
pectations. Both evenings the ball was
well filled by audiences who seemed to
have come with the express purpose of
assisting the ladies jn their good work.
The programs were very good, the in
strumental musicbeing first-class and
the negro sketches by Hampshire and
Clarke, as was expected, the drawing
card of both evenings. The boys seem,
if possible, to Improve each time tbey
appear, and the question now is, is there
an impersonation tbey cannot do to the
queen's taste or as good as any profes
Miss DeForest, whose voice has not
been heard on a Dalles stage since the
Sour and Dill
Pickles in Bulk,
Also a Full Line
..THE HROTRtlE DEALERS..
167 SeiM St. THE DALLES. OR.
rendition of "Pinafore." was again lis
tened to Wednesday evening, ,-when its
sweetness .delighted the audience so
much that she was compelled to answer
to an encore. a
Last night renewed interest was taken
in voting for the most' popular young
lady and also the most'popular man in
town. Miss Hennegan", who received
the most votes in the former contest, was
presented with a very pretty china tea
set. Judge Bradsbaw now holds bis
head high in the air, having carried
away the handsome rocking chair, which
was not required to prove his popularity.
A large number of those who enjoy
dancine remained to spend a few hours
keeping time to the music of the orchea
The receipts, so far as can now be
ascertained, are about $550.
Expression of Gratitude.
Mr. J. W. Condon and little Clifton,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Condon, and Mr,
and Mrs. S. French and family, desire
to express their thanks to the kind
friends and neighbors who so lovingly
ministered to their needs, and to the
many others who offered their services
and tendered their svmpatby in this
dark hour of their bereavment. May
the God of all grace bless them all.
An Important Difference.
To make it apparent to thousands,
who think themselves ill, that they are
not afflicted with any disease, but that
the system simply needs cleansing, is to
bring comfort home to their hearts, as a
costive condition is easily cured by using
Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by the Call
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and, sold by
For anv man, woman or child
to push along is a pair of those
which are displayed in our fur
nishing goods window. Yoa
can't beat their style of wearing
qualities at any price. jWe have
added today fe following lines f
Ladies' Kid Lace, coin toe.
Ladies' Glove Grain, Birttoo.
Ladies' Pebble Grain. Button.
Misses' Kid Button, 11 to 2.
Bovb' Satin Calf Congress, 2 to 5)4.
Youths Satin Calf Lice, 12 to 2.
Pease & Haj s;
Clearance Sale of Bicycles.
NEW AND 2d HAND WHEELS
For Less than Half Price
We wish to clear out all old stock before mov
ing into new store and have some bargains.
This is an opportunity to get a bicycle cheap.
All wheels sold at half regular price.
Mays c&3 Oxowo-
5omi92 to. tl?e proi?t
Slowly, but surely, J. H. Cross with a magnificent stock of staple
and fancy groceries. His 'constant and enormous. daily sales gives evi
dence ot satisfaction to the people. In connection with his splendid gro
cery trade, he does a marvelous Hay, Grain and Feed business. He
carries in stock
Baled Straw, Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oats, Corn, Buckwheat, Roll Bar
ley, Middling, Shorts, Bran and Shorts and Lite Bran.
He also has the largest and best assortment of garden and grass seeds
in Eastern Oregon. Experience has demonstrated the wisdom of fall
planting in many lines of seeds, such as onion, turnip, lettuce, spinach,
peas and others. He deals in Chickens, Turkeys, Ducks and Geese.
Also daily buvs and sells fresh eggs. All orders intrusted to bis care
will be filled with fidelity and djspatch and delivered free to any part of
the city. Thankful to the public for their confidence and patronage in
the past will endeavor by fair dealing to merit a continuance of the same.
Cor. Second and Federal Sts.
The Dailes, Oregon.
It's Human Nature.
This readiness to accept the wonderful
and miraculous in preference to com
monplace truth. A plausible and ghb
tongued doctor can go from town to town
curing, or trying to cure, people, and
have a great influx of shekels, while
every community in which the so-called
doctor goes is supplied with quiet,
learned practitionors, who have forgotten
more than the fakir ever learned, and
tbey can give you the best treatment
within the reach of human knowledge.
White your home doctors carry you from
year to year, get up at all times of the
night and are your servants during the
dpy, and you pay them when you are
well or able, the fakir gets the cash, and
is gone forever. If your eyes are troub
ling you in any way, call on Prof. P. G.
Daut, the only graduated optician or
doctor of refraction in The Dalles, two
doors west of Keller's bakery. I am
here to -stay, and guarantee all eye work.
Prop. P. G. Daut.
Casti in our cnectca.
All countv warrants registered prior
to Feb. 1, 1895, will be paid at my
office. Interest ceases after Nov. 14,
1898. C. L. Phielips,
... Con nr. v Treasurer.
Best grades of Dry Fir and Oak Wood
i"ays on hand for sale at minimnm
rate. Jos. T. Peteks.
'Phone 25. '
For rent, on Federal street, between
Fourth and Fifth. Apply at this office.
To do general housework in small
family. Apply at Thin office.
. . ; j i .oirl-Wantt .-
To do general housework ; ways $10.
Apply at Mrs. C. J. Stubling', on the
bill. 22 lw
For every purchase amounting to ten
cents ask for a ticket at A. Keller's
The Vive Camera is tbe best in nse.
For sale by the Postoffice Pharmacy, tf
For the best results use the Vive
Camera, For sale by the Postoffice
On a "Ludwig" Piano that she saw in our magni
ficent assortment, but Jespuired of netting it till we
sold her one at such a reasonable price, and on
such easy terms, that her desire was gratified.
Everj-one that hears a note struck on one of these
sweet toned instruments, that has any music in the
soul, la charmed into wanting one. Tbey can be
fouud In The Dalles only at 170 Second Street.
Jacobsen Book & Music Co
Leading Music House.
Wild Grass Hay,
The ladies ot the Catholic church
debt society desire to express their grati
tude to all those who took part in the
program, and to the musicians who
donated their services for the dance. In
short, to all who in any way contiibuted
to the success of the bazaar. 4
By order of the president,
Mrs. T. Baldwin.
A fine Weber piano. Concert Grand,
worth when new $1200. Will sell for
$175.00" A bargain. Apply A. J. Tolmie.
0 To Core a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tal
lets. All druggists refund tbe money if
It faila f.n enrft. 25c.
When you ask for De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve don't accept a counterfit or
imitation. There are more cases of
piles being cured bythis than all othera
WE DO &
Chronicle Pub. Co.
THE DALLES, OREGON.