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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1899)
These two days will be devoted entirely
to the sale of Piece Silks
Plain Indias at J: U (: jfL
43 cents. . .
Plain and Changeable Taffetas at
24-inch Check and Stripe Taffetas at
69 CentS. '
." -33 cents. ;jr. "
Plaids, Stripes FigiTaflfetas
93 cents. ?" i ; . , h
High Novelties for evening wear
$1.19, $1.33, $1.39, -if-ci;-'
All Remnants of Silk at
25 per cent off. 5
RESE & MAYS
. All Goods Marked in Plain Figures. .'.: .
The Dalles Daily Chponisle.
APRIL 28, 1899
Telephone No. I.
TO OUR ADVERTISERS :
All Changes in Advertisements most
be handed in before io o'clock A. M.yas
no changes will be accepted in the aft
ernoon. ' This rule Trill be positive.
CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO.
The Dalles, January io, 1899.
' Bobby Gaylor . .: ."' '.
At the Vogt tomorrow' night.
Angnst Bochler wHl place hia cele
brated Bock beertfn tap Saturday and
Rev. Crawford R.'Thoburn, pastor of
Centenary Methodist church at Portland
wilffaedlcate the new Methodist church
aLMoro next Sunday.
Fresh eolio paper and Eastman's films
all eiz as direct from the manufacture's
at Snipes-Kinerely Drug Co,
As we go to press this afternoon the
attending physician ' informs -'its - that
Mr. Butts' condition has asso-jied more
serious indications, there being unmis
takabla signs- - ot . internal, iniary and
serionB results from the shock received
At Columbus, O., three of the lead
ing churches Congregational, Methodist
and Baptist have adopted the rule that
women remove their hats. There is op
position among the women, , but the
movement 'promises to make gradual
progression." At the Baptist church
several maids are employed to wait upon
the ladiee as they enter, take their .hats
and wraps and issue checks for them.
The Salt Lake papers alt speak well of
the Bobby Gaylor Company,., which
plays here tomorrow night;. The Tribune
says be is a very sharp-witted Irish
comedian, and that whenever he yisits
that city be is sure of a crowded house:
James S. Stewart, editor of the FosBil
Journal, went all the way from Fossil to
Portland to hear "Ian Maclaren." Mr
Stewart is one of the liveliest, brightest
editors of the state, and - never misses
an opportunity to hear something good
He was brought up in the same town
with John. Watson, and they played to
gether as boys.' That is! one reason, he.
was so anxious to see him.
The Dalles zephyrs have , again been
dealing in real estate today, and it baa
come up with' a "vengeance, much to the
dieguBt of teamsters who have had to
encounter it. A number of wool teams
came in this inorntng in spite of the
sand. . The wool which is now arriving
is said to be thalr from the -country
nearer town,- non from the Antelope
section having ajyet made its appear
ance. Large loads of pelts are now be
ing brought i every day. .
' Portland scalpers have been taught
lesson in buying up theater tickets by
their experience " in" that regard with
the seats for the Bostonians, and they
are now - returning them to the bo:
office. ' The city council baa also passed
an ordinance providing a brokers' and
speculators' license for ; those dealing in
theater tickets. , 'A license fee of $20 per
day ia fixed for all persons: engaged in
selling theater tickets for profit except
the manager of a theater Tiolation of
the ordinance is punishable by a fine
of $50 or 25 days imprisonment, or both.
The accident which... happened to. Mr.
Butts yesterday afternoon- is deeply re
gretted by his friends, who feel he is
scarcely able to withstand its results.
It is difficult as yet to determine just
how badly he is hart, bat having; been
kicked in the chest it ss feared he may
be injured internally: His left collar
bone was broken,, while his face and
scalp received some slight wounds, and
his right elbow was also badly bruised.
He became conscious before he reached
the house yesterday but it has been
necessary to administer opiates tore
lieve his suffering. He is now being
cared for by Mrs. Crawford, the trained
narse. ." : . - -
One of the ' neatest,, prettiest little
business places in The Dalles will be oc
cupied by the Cant Optical & Jewelry
Co. in Mays & Crowe's building, which
ia now being completed. A partner
ship has been formed by P. 6. Daut and
S. D. Stonfer, and as Boon as the furn
itnre arrives and everything is in trim
they will be ready for business. - Some of
the very latest and nicest furnishings
have been ordered, and will arrive iu
about ten days. : Cathcart and Strauss
have formed a partnership and now oc
cupy Dant's old stand on' Second street,
where they: will be ready tomorrow to
furnish customers with the best brands
of cigars and. tobacco. :r' r --, .
Wednesday being the eightieth anni
versary of Odd Fellowship, it was de
cided by the members of the order in
this city to hold anniversary exercises
on the regular meeting night' of the
Rebekahs. Accordingly, about eighty
members and guests were present at the
K: of P. ball to enjoy the program pre
pared. ' The literary and musical pro
gram consisted of a solo by Dr. Doane,
a duet by Messrs. Crandall and Doane,
a solo by Miss Maie Cushing, (with
guitar accompaniment; and a short ad
dress by Hon. John Micbell regarding
the order and . its -benefits. The grand
march, which was led ' by ; the leading
officers of the orders, and which at once
proceeded to the email hall in quest of
the banquet,, was somewhat different
from the usual custom which prevails,
from the fact that every gentlexan was
required to have a partner, and .'could
not get a "lady of hia own," but must
have some one's else sweetheart or wife.
That may account for the. fact that the
banquet, which was served by A. Keller,
was said to be his very best effort in
that line, and to have Wen also the
most enjoyable the guests ever Bat down
to." . ;" ' ': " :' " ' .' '
, . The Game at Salem. 1-f.J:.,
Our bowlers did not return last even
ing as was expected, but it ia probable
remained over in .Portland to' attend the
opera." m the be tear Statesman, how
ever, we find the scores by games, which
show that The 'Dalles ' team .was not
beaten eo badly after all, winning the
first two games, and. coming , but..: only
twenty-seven points behind on the total
games. At the close of the games, the
visitors were entertained . at the club
rooms, where- lunch was served. No
doubt a third game will be planned in
order to determine the stronger team of
the two, although Dalles people, have
already decided that question ' in their
own minds. The scores were as follows
II.LIHEE CLUB.'; ; -
; , 1BT . 2KD-
McNary.. .'.. .
Minto. ....... .-
McGrew. . .:. . . . .
p .-. ! 206 223 , 284 248961
DALLE 8 COMMERCIAL CLUB.
Baldwin, . .....
Mays. .:. ... ... . 1
244 226 227 .237. 934
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Whether on pleasure bent or
take on every trip a bottle of Syrup
Figs, as it acts most pleaeantly and ef
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bowels, preventing fevers, headaches
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50 cent bottles by all leading druggists
Manufactured by the California. Fig
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; Notice is hereby given that there will
be an annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Golden Eagle Mining Co., at; the
office of French & Co., bankers, Wednes
day, May 31, 1899, at 7 o'clock p. m. for
the purpose of electing seven directors
and transacting such other business as
may properly come before said meeting.
j By order of the president. -
: J. C, HOBTETLEB,
. : . : Sec'y and Treas
The Dalles, Or., April 25, 1899.
' ' ' ' Wall Paper.
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THE GIPSY OUTFIT.
A Bear That' Was BareHow the Baby I
The passengers who came up on the
boat Wednesday were greatly interested
in and amused by a gipsy outfit which
was taken on at Corbett's Landing, and
consisting of. three men, two women, a
boy, . two small children, three bears
and numerous other adjuncts wholly in
diepeneible to the completeness of such
an aggregation. One bear in particular
succeeded in making itself conspicuous
for its very bareness. It was impossible
to determine to . what type it belonged,
but from all appearances it might have
been a pole or bear, being lank enough
to be either, and surely lacked enough
fur for a person taking only a furtive
glance to decide it to be the latter.. His
neck was bare, the "greater part of his
body was bare, he being in the act of
shedding, while his legs were barely
covered. ' -' ' ' '
" But he bare his ' share of the burden
and could dance the two-step or a cake
walk as gracefully as many society peo
ple upon whose fortunes be depends for
a living. ' His only fault in that line is
that he might be. classed among the
"hoggere." He ia also, a scrapper from
away back and knocked the other bears
out in every round. ; ."'. .
When the steamer landed the. women
bad their numerous goods, chattels and
valuables arrayed on the beach, and the
deck bands began the process of piling
them on the deck. , Noticing an old
gunny sack. lying among the other
rubbish, one of the men grabbed it up
and was in the - act of slinging .: it .on
board, when it was seen to move as if
alive and the brave man immediately
dropped it like a hot potato, only to be
informed that it contained a baby, and
so it was tenderly brought ashore.
Many passengers ' who . watched their
actions: on the trip op were led to
wonder.at the concern which one of the
gipsy women seemed to feel regarding a
little 3-year-old child who" appeared
be lli. As. one of the gentlemen
passed by she besought him to do some
thing for her little one. -' Stooping down
be felt its head and pulse and told the
woman that, her child was quite sick,
and needed care.. She burst- into tears
and grabbing the little one in her arms,
hugged it to her breast as tenderly as
would any more civilized mother, and
prehepa- more tenderly than would many
mothers of this age. Even among these
ncouth, wandering people ' the' mother
love is still predominate, and those who
noticed her cuddle i the unattractive
little babe eo tenderly, ' felt there w
yet some good in"her make-up.' ' ""
Onr Brave Oregon Soldiers. ;-
On every side do we hear praises of
the brave Oregon boya who are now
fighting for their country. '' Here is
what "Freedom ' . a Manila newspaper
say 8 : Tii; j f I i "
"In the battle of Malabo n on Saturday,
March 25th, the ; Second Oregon regi
ment U. S. V. took an active and lead
ing part, and displayed courage, valor
and ' endurance of the highest ' order.
For years to come the work of this regi
ment last Saturday will be pointed out
as an example of what can be achieved
by volunteers. : No veterans of Welling,
ton or Napoleon or Grant could- have
done better. No one can possibly con
ceive the heroic bravery of the Second
Oregon on - this - occasion ' unless ' be
walked over the battle ' field : over the
insurgent trenches, one after another ;
through the thickets and jungle; over
open stretches where for 500 yards the
boys faced a steady rain of ballets ; and
npto the .final insurgent lines which
consisted really of a fort, with stone loop
holes. This is not exaggeration".; It is
hot half the trnth. The whole truth
concerning - the work! of this, regiment
wilj not be written. Naone eaw it all
and descriptions ot tnose ruenes tbrougn
fielde where the air. was Jairlv charged
with pulsing lead would hardly be be
lieved. Why was 1 the ' regiment not
annihilated? God only knows. .There
is an old saying that .; it takes a ton of
lead to kill a soldier.' The natives are
phenomenally poor marksmen.. This
fact and a favoring providence saved the
Oregone-as- it -, jdioV.-other regiments
lrom destruction. - -
'The insurgents with repeating Ma
nsers threw torrents 01 leaden nail at
our lines at random some bullets must
find a victim. ' - - ;
"Col. Sammers should be proud of his
regiment; the Eighth Army Corps
should be proud of this record ; and the
good people of the state of Oregon can
words express how they feel? .-. People of
Oregon, your sons have this day proved
that their blood is tike "that shed at
Thermopylae - and Bunker' Hill the
blood ot heroes."- - - r.
If you have piles, cube them." No
use undergoing horrible operations that
Bimply remove the results of the disease
without, disturbing the - disease itself.
Place your confidence in Da Witt's Witch
Hazel. Salve. It has never failed 'to cure
others ; it will not fail to care you.
Snipes-Kinerely Drag Co. ;
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past . has been,, your future can be
brighter. , Don't tail to see this gifted
lady. Now at Mrs. Richmond's lodging
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Mills.: " " Apr 24
The Eastern Oregon Land Company
hereby notifies all persons whom it may
concern, that it has changed its agent in
the state of Oregon, having appointed
Mr. G. W. McNear.of San Francisco,
Cal., in the place of Mr. T. A. Hudson,
resigned. :..-".,,'. . . . . . .
Mr. McNear is agent, with offices at
The Dalles, Portland, and San Francisco,
for all business of the Eastern Oregon
Land Compacy, the selling, ..leasing,
and general management of the E. O. L.
Co's lands in Oregon ; and, no one, unless
duly authorized by the eaid McNear, has
authority to art, in any capacity what
ever, for the Eastern Oregon Land Com
pany. ' . .
San Francisco, Cal., April 12, 1899.
D. V. Henarie,
Pres. Eastern Oregon Land Company.
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With each returning season the Lozier
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and desirable in Bicycle construction.
This season finds them with more
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good thines is the BURWELL BALL
and ROLLER BEARING.
Examine the illustration notice par
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Cash In onr Checks. ,
All countv warrants registered prior
to July 13, 1895, will be paid at my
office. Interest ceases after April 19,
1899. 1 C. L. Phillips,
' Conntv Treasnrer.
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