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pot this Week
Wo havo Bolocted a. lino of
New, Pretty Organdy ADALISQUES,
full 27-inoh wido, boautiful shadings, and at
6 l-2c per yard.
Tliorc an; just, about ono rlozon pieces of tlioso goods, and
to soo Uiom is to buy thorn.
J non Skirls from 49c up
White Pique Skirts from $1 up
White Duck Skirts from 9oc; up
Navy Blue Duck trim mod with white braid 1.50
Ladies' Summer .Jackets and Capos, swell Separate
Kulon .Jackets in black, blue, lrovn and tan, ranging in
prices from $11.00 up.
Indies' Cloth Capos, colors blue, green, brown and tan,
from $2.50 to $10.
SPECIAL SHIRT SALE.
Men's Colored, StilT-bosom Shirts, cull's detached. All
our Sl.oO and SI. 25 Shirts reduced to 79c.
.lust think of it! Ladies Cid Oxfords in black or tan.; regu
lar $15.00 value for
Ladies' Kid lutlon, square or coin toes; good value at $2.50,
to bo got for
Missed Kill J Hilton, squaro or coin loos, regular $2. Shoe for
The si'.os are somewhat broken, so do not waft until to
morrow, but eome now.
Specials for a few days.
JUO-pound sack 1.). 0. Sugar, western refinery
Impound nark D. CI. sugar, western refinery
New Lunch Goods.
ibby, McNeil and Libby's Stewed Joof Kidneys ....
Hires Root lieor, ready to
All Uoods marked
Dalles Daily Gfaroniele.
THIMWDAY . . JULY Hi. lKf i
Telephone A'o. J.
TO JUU ADVEKTISBIIS:
All CIuiiujcs i Advertisements must
"' Haiidetl In ,cfrc 0 o'clock A. M., as
no changes will be accepted in the aft
ernoon This rule will lie positive.
f, u tllUOXICLE PUBLISHING CO.
ne uallc-H, January io, 1899.
J'lok out for a lulrualiiuu tlmo Friday
Vnn7 ' ""U Wnrl I10UBI - for
J0Uf If It Is, don't ask ub. Wo'ro In
Sly imJ "ftCk Ht MHler Uunt0'"'
Dr. Hnudera received a telegram from
u 'ttrl' !'tu t,,,B Heriipou which
,,UB I'll heart thump loudly. It wm
1 rish Stew
Steak and Onions
J'ork and .Beans, 1 lb
Pork and Koans, 2 lb
J'ork and Beans, .'5 lb
drink, 10c per bottle.
in plain figures.
doled San KniiHilHco, and euya Hubstuu
tially "All Oregon boys well uud very
A.M. Wllliunm & Co., nro keeping
puo with llio weather by ollurini! uomo
exceptionally warm bun-ulna for next
Lute word lecelvod from Edward
.Icnkiiifl UtllB of hifl steady improvement
eliico thu oporutiou wnu performed for
A Inrjjo niimlier of wool men from
Grant and Crook counties havo arrived
in Tho Dalles tho past two dayB and uro
disposing of their wool hero.
Capt. Kartell received orders from
Adjutant-General Tuttlo yesterday to
have Company 1 in readineas to start
for Portland as soon as word is received
from linn. Ko, between forty and fifty
Dulles soldiers aro on tho anxious seat.
The young ladles of tho Kpworth
JiBguo desire to meet their friends to
morrow evening 011 tho lawn at Smith
French's residence, where they will
entertain them with iuubIc and regale
them with Ice cream and cake. Price
It la Marshal Hughe" now, for the
newly apMnted ofllcer assumed his
duties today, and tomorrow the CmtoN.
tout expects to glvo him his Instructions
regarding our streets. Wo hope he'll
take kindly to our aiiBgeBtlons as havo
Tho highest prico paid this soason for
wool In Montana was received at Rill
Ins by a ranchman named Joo Sims.
He received 184 cents for his clip.
Itoporta from all over tho state nf Mon.
tuna nro that the market Is strong, and
It is predicted that some of the extra
clips will yet bo sold for 20 cents.
Our informant ns to tho boys bcln;
sighted ofl'Maro island yesterday, pro
bably has a "horse on" the Ciiuoxicm:,
for our geography is eonsldered deficient
and we are now told Maro island is many
miles inland. Well, what's the difference,
may bo it was a 'horeo eye' view which
was taken any way, and they can seo
better than human boinits.
Today has ptrhnps been the banner
day for wool tales, a large number of
clips changing bands. Over 100,000
pounds were sold for 15 cents, eo we aro
informed by one of our wareboueo men.
Much more may havegono at the same
price, but we can vouch for the veracity
of our informant in this particular.
Western people aro determined to
overthrow the idea of tho "wild and
woolly" by securing every convention
und itSHOciation going, nnd showing the
delegates just what tho West ie. A
convention of Kpworth Leaguers is now
being held in Indianapolis, und the
San Francisco delegation left with the
determination to tecuro that organiza
tion's convention for San Francisco in
If it had not been for tho DalleB
zephyrs today we should have suffered
much from heat, but those much
complained of winds weie a God-send
today. Yesterday the thermometer
stood at 95 at Mr. Hrooks' residence,
and today nt 9!!. Other towns are also
Buffering with tho beat. Portland does
not seem to bo "po warm," but Salem
was a "hot number" when the editors
visited there Tuesday.
The west-bound trains have been hav
ing some difficulty the past two days.
No. 1 , which was twelve hours Into on
acciuut of a bridge being burned near
Weatherby, this side of Huntington, ar
rived at !5 o'clock tills morning. No. 3,
which is due about 5 o'clock, pulled in
about !), having encountered sand on the
track ubovo here, which I brow tbeciiginc
und mall cur oil tho truck. No one was
hurt und little harm done.
Those be the days when our thoughts
inHtinetivi'ly turn to the cool and shady
woods where, forgetting nil clso, we
can well, in the wotds of the iin
moital poet, do as we please; or to tho
seaside, wliete we can take our annual
b.tth. AmLDallcB people aro beginning
to move in these directions in earnest.
Eieh day many leave tho city, anil soon
no one but newspaper people and tho
office! h of the law w ill be left. At that
time thoro will be no need ot tho latter
class, and we'll bo left alone.
Jf the CiinoNit'i.i: is lucking in news
today, its riders nre requested to be
lenient and span) their censuio. To
entertuin visiting editors ia an entirely
different mutter from interesting readers
of u paper. In tho former the reception
committee shares the pleasures of their
guests, while in tho latter the pleiiFurc(?)
must lie all on tho other bide, for we say
without a blush there ie little lijoymont
in romping up doa b on a hot. summer
day; beside It tnkoa some time to again
i;ot into tho working harness.
Mr. 1). M. French had the misfortune
to lose his bugiry horse, "Sam," which
died yesterday morning. "Sam" had
been a member of ti.o Ficnch family for
a number of years and was a trusty
driving home as well as agieatpet, so
Unit his place will tie hard to till. It is
poor policy to say aught but good of
even a horto who Iiah passed away, but
Sam hud one had habit which is Boldom
found in an animal of horao seuce, that
of chewing tobacco. He, however, was
not addicted to the habit, but only look
a chew occasionally wtien Borne skeptical
person doubted those who claimed bo
would do so, and tho boyu gave him a
chew to prove I heir statements. That
was his only bad habit ; and no doubt it
did not succeed in shutting him out of
In lCast End Feed Yard Wednesday
morning, a strawberry roan horse, about
fourteen hands high between 10 or 12
years old; white star on forehead, black
points ; saddle murks and brand U L on
leftslioulder with runningK underneath,
and weighing about 900 pounds. Owner
can havo same by proving proporty und
paying all charges. jl)8-lm
Ono second-hand truck wagon, and
one now l j-Inch Haiu truck wagon at
Maikji & Hknton'h.
To Uurn Cola III Ou Day.
Take Laxative Uro mo Quinine Tab
let!. All druggists refund the money
it fall to cure. 25c,
Miidt Our Hnldlnr Rn Mimtnrecl Unt at
Nun ITanclaco? N'lt! Nnl! Not!
Wo may well ask, for now comes a tele
phono message this afternoon, received
by W. C. Allaway, that the boys will be
mustered out at San Francisco ; that they
so desire, and that unices hoaven and
eaith is raised to overturn tho decision,
all of thu plans of Oregon people are
dashed to tho ground.
Well, so conflicting havo been tho plans
that all still hope they will yot bo
mustered out at Vancouver, and our
plans to receive them be carried out. At
any rate botweon the hot weather and
hot telegrams tho officers will certainly
be compelled to bring them directly to
l'oitland, for tiie boys evidently do not
understand the situation, as the extra
amount of money received thereby will'
wo believe, have no weight.
They reached San Francisco laet even
ing between 5 and G o'clock, nnd
should havo ptarted home tonight.
We'll get them yet.
THE OPPOSITION LINE-
Kc'liort Saj-H tho I. I'. A. N. Co,' l,nc
Will llnvt OiiJllloti.
Last night's Telegram comes out with
an article regarding the opposition line
of bouts which it is said will bo placed
on the river between this place and
Portland by the Shaver Treneportation
Company; but at tiie same time says
that although it is common talk, none
of tho companies concerned will give out
It is not an unlooked for move that an
opposition line of boats should be placed
on the river, as such an occurrence has
been expected; but the article aptly
says that Dalles people will Etay by their
own line, for such we claim the D. P. &
A. N. line, which is good enough for us,
and do not forget the bridge which
carried us over when we were in the
However, "opposition ia tho life of
trade," and the middle Columbia will
no doubt furnish business for more than
one line and tilings will bo lively for a
time, if the report is true, which we
doubt. The Telegram says:
"It is quite likely that another steam
boat company besides the D. P. & A. N.
Co. will eoou be operating bouts between
Portland and The Dallas. 'I hero baa
been talk of a new line ever since the
Cupcsde locks were finished, but for
borne reason that is as far as tiie matter
"The Shaver Transportation Coui
pany, with perhaps the backing of the
Vancouver Transportation Company, is
the concern that contemplates "buck
ing" the Regulator line, and the en
couragement it lias received has been
large. The Shaver company bus two
boats, the Geo. W. Shaver und tho
Sarah Dixon. The latter boat is speedy
and in every way adequate for upper
river business, but the Shaver ia not to
fust nor so easily bandied.
"This is where Kamm's company, ac
coiding to current icport, gets in. The
Lurline has recently been lebuilt at j
great expense, and when tier new boiler
is inttalled, which will bo sometime
this or next week, she will be onu of the
nbleet and best boats on tho river, and
one every way suhod for bufintes on the
upper river. j
"Prominent business men of The;
Dalles are stoekholdt rs in the Regulator
line und in spite of any opposition they
would continue to place their business
wilii that line. Its boats could be
operated at a profit on the business they
would get from The Dalles alone, but a
new company could probably cut the
old lino out of much of the way biiHinets.
"The Regulator line is one of the few
steamboat lines out of Pol Hand making
money at present, and its success is sure
to lead to competition. The locks are
noa closed on account of high water, but
unless eomethiug happens tho new line
is likely to statt in business whin they
OUR VISITORS DEPART-
The KUIttirx Wentl Tlirlr Way llumc
WiikI HlioutliiK Orecoii'a
Yesterday afternoon tho last of the
newspaper people, who have been our
guests for the past eleven days, left the
state to loturn to their eastern homes
by way of tho Canadian Pacific, and to
say that they take away much informa
tion which they brought not witli them,
does not express it. Of course they have
read of Oregon, but what is reading
compared with experiencing all that
Oregon affords. Their eyes were opened
and they beheld what was a revelation
to them, and will not be forgotten us
they return to tell their readers not of
the "wild aud woolly," but of the red lie
went, the geniality and the bounty
which they encountered.
Of course our readere are anxious to
know what their impressions were of
Thu Dalles, and while we were in a
position to determine, yet, to speak
paradoxically, we were not, for well
they knew that were it possible to find
a flaw in our city, they dared not
mention the fact in tho presenco of
Dallcsites. But evidently such was not
their intention, for having come over the
sandy desert above this place, The!
Dalles w as to them na an oasis, where j
they receive l perhaps the best spread
of tho trip and were permitted to learn
and see, to a certain extent, juet what
our resources are. The warehouses,
filled witli wool, wero a wonder to many
of them, and when told that the straw
berries and cherries (which wero the
largest and best flavor they were treated
to on tho trip? wero grown on what
looked to them liko barren hills, they
scarcely realized the fact. They were
alto told much of our wheat, fruit and
salmon industries. j
It was a bright thought that tho largo ,
salmon was displayed in tho dining i
room at the Umatilla HouBe, for it .
served to call their attention to that
industry as nothing else could have'
done. At tiio Cascades tho train j
stopped and they were permitted to see !
the best wheel on the river catching j
salmon. This gieatly delighted all, and
it wao amusing to Oregonians to see one !
editor lug a huge fish to the train and.
carry it to Portland. j
Many of our far eastern visitors were I
anxious to see the Indians, and this waB ,
the only place on the trip where the real J
blanket article was displayed, for while i
tiie Chemawa Indian sciiool was visited j
Tuesday, they of course are more civil-1
ized, and even the little boys and girls
were able to give them their autographs.
So tho many kodak pictures of the eiwash
taken (for they wero particularly accom
modating about pOEing, which is not a
usual occurrence, will be labeled at The
Dallee, which although not an import
ant fact, will cause them to remember
our city and the many other things they
eaw and heard while here.
One tiling we must not forget and j
that is, one of the most prominent editors
of the stato of Missouri said that he
saw the prettiest girls in The Dalles of j
any place on tiis journey, nnd ttie prin-
clpal feature of their beauty was the'
brightness of their faces. So The Dalles j
girls will be remembered. j
Witli our city will be associated the,
thought of the beautiful flowers, which I
were firtt showered upon them here,'
and continued throughout their visit in ,
the state. We could scarcaly credit the I
ascertion of an Illinois editor who said, 1
"I'd give $5 if my mother hud thi-(
beautiful rose in her hand this morn-
ing." Our wonder was deepened when
wo thought of the scarcity of the edi-1
torial ?5 pieces. j
Among the moat pleasant recollections j
of their trip will be those of The Dalles, '
for although they weie here but a short ,
time and on a very iuopportuno day, I
they learned much concerning tho city, '
und many old and new friends were
greeted here. j
Not only Portland, but tiie entire state,
outiiid herself in t lie entertainment of
her guests, and we heard not a few ex- 1
press the deiro to return and locate.
Wo havo received an advertisement
which will be of ino.iljuUiblu value to
our stato. 1
We must add that to the O. K. & N.
Co., which really did itself proud, is duo
much of the tuccess of the' entertaining, j
Tho Southern Pacific aiso did nobly lor I
v VV vvvVVvVVVv.WVVvVVVv. i"
Ts now in. shapo to proporly
haridlo all kinps of work
from a puncture to building a
Also repair Locks, Guns, Sewing Machines and all
kinds of light machinery, etc.
This department is under the charge of Mr. J. Kirohoff.
Crandall & Burget
DKALKltS IN JjobeS,
fill kinds of undertakers Shoes,
Funeral Supplies embalmers Etc.
The Dalles, Or.
EacU day our business shows
the people arc finding out we
are pushing to the front with
better goods, lower prices,
salespeople tho very best, anil
last, but not least, buyers who
know their business nnd buy
for the people. '
C. F. Stephens
It's a rai
to get the meals for the family
when you havo a complete set
of needfull utensils and have a
new Garland stove or steel
range to cook upon. We fur
nish kitchens and can nave yon
money r.nd many step3 when
you want anything in tiie
way of kitchen supplies. Our
stock of tinware, graniiewnre,
delf ware, table cutlery, car
vers, meat cutters, misen seed
ers, pots, irons, roasting pans
hundreds of other things to
make the kitchen complete.
We can furniMi double oven
coed: stoves from !S.OO up.
See the bent Range on Earth,
It has no equal.
Also a complete line of build
Notice to Poultry Raisers:
No more Chicken Llco.
Cnll at Mnlcr t I'cntou's mul tco
Use .MitlbCjuio Nest Kctt. With the
uc of this xeit llifi; jou will tmvo
no rnoic I .lee, Mitts or Vernla In
your poultry houses. Setting hens
willtct hotter eggs mul will Imtch
hotter mul chloueus will llvo mid
Blow belt r wliciu Ahtl-ep'.lc Kgu Is
mini, rite them at
167 Second St.
pi l liiii
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