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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1803.
; be Weekly Chronicle.
frvm UM Pally rhiotuca. TuflU
Pel WcIiOtKl. of Orant. i '
on. W. 1!. r.i2 o( Morn, U
Pander is no OUir teeth with-
1 paiti, over French' bok.
' Th. Ladies Clubill meet this
.cvenin with Mi- Koa. Michell.
r Net-rib tor Tim Ciiaojict., the
)g Prr ' Eslrn Oregon.
C. Co of Everelt, Ui u candi
lor terminal honor on Pup sound,
I i the city.
f t. N. G. B'alotk and J. M. XIcKin
I o( Walla Walla, ar in lb citv to-
; t ; on land offic buiues.
I "r. T. II. Johnson, of th Iufur Her-
! "to firm of Johnson Bros., hurn-
' t iginf aurd Iron. th capitml.
. remain of Mr. J. B. Love aere
to Waco today fur burial in
ti 'uuily lot. Brief service were held
f " ' crenoon, coder th auspice of the
; . U. W.
. . W. F. Mstlook of Umatilla, in
t wed a bill ia the eeuat yesterday,
f - branch iiikai asylum In Eastern
l.ott. John L. Ayer, general manager
l and attorney I r the New Eugland Na-
twcal Buildinc .d Loan Association, la
in the city on bai'uita.
A!l iuiet in judicial circle today.
At Je oi hobo in the cooler it about
t' iit of the doing of the preerv
1 t peace for the jiast day.
f k. E. N. Chandler' bill, providing
' f ; ! filling of vacancies in the Dalle
' C Water Comiu lesion passed the
C " reading ia the eeuate yealerday
Juvenile Temple vill give n n
( isuent Friday evening at the Con-
: jonal cnarcb. auuiissioo, zo
;.: . children 10 cent. Tbi prouiiers
to ttr.-ttVCTT enjoyable affair, and well
or. j the purchase price.
Tl.e taer Columbia ii so choked a 1th
rum.: j Ice that only the most powerful
ktuilualirta make the ran op from
A: ji '.a. All of the boat have been de
layc... but o far no accident have been
T' - Prinevill mail started out with a
thl morning, hot in consequence
J r drift the driver returned. Mr.
J. I . arish then pret-ared himself for
41 n, and made another start at 8 :ii
l ., determined to go through.
V. wnderetand that Hen a tor Cog-
will t y he believe ia Tb Dalle pur
r -1 r jX way and only opposed the Raley
L-l lcaoe he couldn't find oat how
Snu. the road would coat. II don't
Lai ) to wait two year to find that oat.
O constituent want the till pawed.
Ceren-tenth of the in get their aopplie
bv t' 'a route, and (hip thl way, too.
Vt. L. Winan received a telegram to
1 at Hood Kiver thl evening, and
V-t' the 4:20 train. II report
tie ' har et A 1, and their com pen?
.'! ' enongb to cool nil creation
xthing happen between tbi
u.. . rrow evenutg.
I" 1 .mnk M and her itee Mr.
tnew, t f Iayville, arrived at Canron
ity C3 the Zlt from a visit to their par
ent, C pt. ul Mr. J. W. Lewi of thi
'ly. ' Je fallowing day Mr. Huow pro-
Day ri:le from Canyon city and
-'- i -hut the roade were fuund right
i. I "irabam, tb recently appointed
oetlnieof the Iowa Central,
ad-uarter at Marahaltown,
t the thermometer ia frozen
ep f one can tell how cold it I.
loiu i that it i 48 below : Bum a
W, and a. Graham think Hi no
klhly HO. Old timer inform him that
she winter hardly ever tut more than
5 Tl Chautaoqua readirg circle held
U ' !y eM.ioa lt ereniuv at the
of Mr. C. J. Crandall. The
f ' J topic under tiincu.ioo, coming
V . nth the repuiar work waa the
ic Ion of IIawa;i. Mi! K racier
Uu-: Jte rec'tation in Gre k hiatorv
i 1 ! I. I!tow.k the L. 8. and I'orelgo
', cext weik the circl will begin
lideration of Cail'a, (jrwk ro
iii connecting with the Greek
dt. Thot-e prevent were Mxwdauiet
1 L. I C. J. CranJt.il, KiawM Ira
froolu, Mary Frazter. Lii.i Kampaoo.
lurie fnlton, Jeriti Lown, Hiuri. U
i. l:iJJU. E. X. Littlelield.
T. t old cheatuut: "I thi cold
t. for yooT"' wa reviewed ia Th
A. t 0:45 Ul. tudav wlinn Ilia
tter bo lb uarrieJ aoro. At 8
i wa 10 above. At 5 o'clock
it ateed 2f above. Th bar
eeUr . I p. u, yeeUrday atood W.42S ;
. a a. a-, today so.lfll ; at 9 :45 30.2D7.
erwMmeter fell 1" below aero at 10 a.
. tciay. ln tb- wlnJ WM
T il aa hour from w. by
.. I it veered at at about S a. m.
U i utag, when it got op a velocity
3 ile, and at a. u. wa oxting
eg i 20 mile an hoar coining from
tet . At thai hoar high closd
re r udding eatwrd with eqnal
k ". A w go to prewi th Urom
i 30.40; theriuometer 3 ahov
, . right tuaiklne, at wind 13 to
b per bear. Tb abort raadliaj
rtM the DllT Chruulole, WaaUModay.
The 1 M p. ' train from Portland
did not arrivw tolay until 4 p. in., in
0v1naequ-ui' of the inch uu'noy i the
The tax rate ia lUWor county for the
year 1 thirty !? only thiee por
cent, ty the K. Oreioiiin. With oneor
two more rrlm'uial cw, conducted re
gartilt-M of expense In Cinalilla county.
the Utrale thuru w:!l lie a high a In
Dr. Enbelman inforiua ua that Mr. L.
Booth i improving, though eomewhat
weakened bv hia long il!ne. Ha will
gain atrength a the ly go by. W
hope to ee him on the trct a aoon a
th weather get warmer.
Capt. John J. Holland, whoee death
ia beattl ha been announced, wa well
know n ia Tb Dalle, lie wa a promt,
neat builder aud adept in marine r
chitectnre. Among tlJ atcainer he built
were the Wide Wet, 11. K. Thompauo,
Idaho and Emm Hay ward. Hewaaa
brother of I'bil Holland, o well known
in thi city, who received fatal Injarie
tome year tfo In a colllion tietween
the Southern Tatific railruad ferry and
the trm laonrU Mikado. -
Depnty Sheriff I'hirnian lelt for the
east last night in company with an
officer from Miaeouri in charge of K. C.
Roee, alia Carter, who it under en
tenre to bang at Mount Vernon, Mo.
Cov. I'eunover granted a warrant of ar
ret on Gov. Stone' reijuinition. Kose
broke iail ix year ago while under the
rnlence of death for murder. He wa
arretted a few week ago near Mt. Ta
bor, just a he wa about to sip out.
Mr. Loui Payette, one of our city
mechanics, ba junt finished pnttin the
iron work into th steamer Regulator,
which has been through a general over
hauling and repair. Th work i flrt
clas iu every respect, and the company
U well pleated. It i gratifying to know
'itTh Dalle ha a good mechanic
... an plat on th eol. Mr. I'ayette
stands at the head in hia profession a
an iron worker.
The Ice gorge hrluw Srofert l eome
thing grand. In th line of an ice
bridire it is superior, in magnificence, to
any picture w have seen of the now ex
isting and wonderful ice bridge at King
ara. Herrin should go with Winant
Bro., and photograph it, before it goes
out. The it is forted up from the hot
torn of the river, as it come down ar.d
lodges under the gorge in the swift chan
On thoaaanJ ton of k were put np
by Messrs. YYinan Bros, at Hood River
yesterday. If this weather continue a
few day they expect to bout at least
12,000 tons, as they bav on of th
finest plant for ice harvesting ia the
United etate. xreterdav they naj
seventy men in th field of ice on the
river. Along towards evening the he
became so weak that it was dangerous,
and five men got into th river. One of
them wa unable to swim, and had a
close call for Ms life, but fortunately all
escaped with nothing more serious than
a cold hath and a bad scar.
W noticed today a horse bitched to a
sleigh, tied to a tree in the street ex
posed to th full force of th cold wind.
The poor brute wa almost froxen, and
i u quit frantic Id it endeavor to get
loose. Any jrson so devoid of any
sense ( husnauity a to permit a borse
to frees on a day like this, should be
forced to stand several bourt exposed to
today' east wind, ia order to appreciate
th amount of suffering be cause to tb
animal h uses. Our city officers
should be vigilaut to arrest any one so
inconsiderate of tb citv ordinance and
th comfort of their domestic beast,
which are oft-time wore intelligent
than their brutish owners.
Eumor ay that several senators (ao
called) feel ashamed of their vot on the
Kaley bill on th 2j'.b. It ia never too
late to repair an injury don. Tk no
stxk in the report that Mr. Raley, has
himself stated that if th vole wa re
considered h would not attempt to past
th bill this sessiou, a b sw that was
cseJe. That bill has got to past.
Abo'Jt 50,0Q0 is wauted to buy the Ore
gon city locks, th agricultural college
want about t-'jO.OOO a usual, th state
university, th normal school, th peni
tentiary, th asylum aud various other
institution want large sums, and iudted
most have thetu. They are all willing
to accept Eastern Oreyou's thas-e of the
taxes, but if they bav ao notio of con
tributing any ihiag to aid Eastern Ore
gon' taxpayer, w should now show
thsai ah "fin Italian baud" at relalia
Ilk, should they again attempt to play
doubl wild a. Eastern Oregon ba
sever don aavthlag unfair, but tim
win buow result.
From Th Dell, ckfjsilel, Tburaaaf.
Remember th bird.
Tea or adoxen teams ar employed to
day in hauling it.
OIovm and wristlst, and overtoat,
ar in demand today.
Olyapis 1 r'log to hav two nil
lion dollar rapitol building.
Th Oregon assembly favor tb an
nexation of th Saadwicb islands.
Mr. J. 8. Wlnxlerof tblsdty, retoraed
from a visit to Portland last utghl.
Wallace) Wilson ha returned from
Olympla and taken hi old pocitloa at
Th Dalle "400" get thir photo,
taken at flerria'a gallery, over th posl-
ficw, lraa they say I bey ar not
aahaasad to send tkssa aaat to friend
when U serin's' aam 1 oil th pketo.
Hon. Z. F. Moody and Hon II. A.
Hopue, former residents of The Dulles,
ar in the city to-day.
("apt. J G. Hustler, one of the pio
neers of 18 9, Hied of I'liemiioniu at his
j home in Astoria last ereulug
With the mercury otqtiettiny nround
lero we legin to mhi how muc i wr have
to he thankful for that we ito not live iu
Col. Pat Ifcinm, who hwil troin Ore
gon and the wr!! at lur-e, w is at the
Peabody, in Mtinphis on the "C:h, en
route to Washington.
Th agricultural coiuuiitte yc'tcrdjy
reported that Sleiwcr'a senuto hill U r
pr tect'on of atoi'kraisiiig pass at amend
ed ; adopted ; third reading today.
Pet pie ar making libera) use of the
free bridge across the Columbia riter at
The Dalle today. The Goldendale
mail wa crossed in a sled on th ice.
Mr. Coon introduced a bill in the
bouse yesterday for a portage railway
between The Dalle aud Celilo.
Th chap who ride
In a hired aleigh,
May have to walk
bom other day.
L. L. Master of Goldendale, is at Th
Umatilla; alsoG. W. Smith of North
Dalle, is registered tberw today.
El Jon Patten, who ha just finished a
term of five days in the county jail for
assaulting hi wife with a raxor was re
leased from custody yesterday afternoon
and left town on the afternoon train.
A bell, that -conlj be heard at a dis
tance of 45,000 feet in water could be
beard at a distance of only 6oG feet in
the open air. Iogs barking on the
earth can be heard by balloonist sailing
at a height of fonr miles.
In Gilliam county farmer and stock
raisers are well pleased with the pros
pect for next year. There bus been no
to of stock and there Is yet an abund
ance of feed to Unt uutil spring.
The bill to amend the code muking
school districts in cities of 5,000 inhabi
tants conform to the limits of said city.
Amended to exceed 4,000. This bill is
intended to prevent several districts
reaching into any town, and places such
district upon the same footiug a the
Portland school. Passed.
The governor's first -veto message
reached the senate at 11 o'clock yester
day. It waa the senate bill relating to
private corporation concerning the
water right at Kiddle, Douglas county.
Shall the bill pass over tb governor's
veto? Nay 29, absent 1.
A stick of giant powder large enough
to blow a train off the track wa found
the other day under the rail of the
Union Pacific road at Colfax. All efforts
to find tb perpetrator of the deed have
so far been unavailing.
Some change took place in the U. P.
R. R. uiaoareuient yesterday. Gcu.
Manager S. If. H. Clark retired and
was succeeded by Kd Dickinson, who
has been hi astistaqt. Mr. Clark re
tains th presidency of the road, but
give np th management. George II.
Pegrani Is appointed chief engineer of
th system. He is at preseut assistant
engineer of the Missouri Pacific.
Th rotary snow plow and three loco
motive left at 8 o'clock this morning to
open th road to Portland. It i
thought there will be no serious delay
of train on account of th snow in
Multnomah county, about Bonneville,
Bridal Veil. etc.
Thi Is ground-hog day. Where tbi
tradition about the ground-hog and hi
shadow orijrinated is not known. The
olJvst inhabitant say hi grandfather
told him about it long befor the kinai
servic wa invented or thermometers
werw regarded a household necessi
ties. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Sherar are in Xew
York today, but expect to Suave for Kos
tualnadayor two. They are in fine
health. The ship Tillie K. tUa-buck,
with Mr. feborar' woolou board reuched
Kw York on tli 31st, Iu go kI condition.
Thi is tb wool cargo shipped from Th
Dalle last fall by the Regulator lit,.
Th snowfall yesterday put Union
strset in Cue condition for coasting and
as th evening ahaoo fell, the various
sled aud coasting apparatus accotn
pauied by tbair owners, appeared in full
fore and were soon chasing each other
down through the cat in sw ift style, aud
gav a peculiarly animated appearanc
to th street, many remainod out till
4uit 1st njoyioi( the rare (port.
Cold weather and frooziirg wiud avail
nothing to dampen th ardor of the
whist pliiyas. Last evening at Frater
nity hall the UdIoo club held high car
nival with the card aud table, aud
passed oo of tlm most pleasant even
log known in the history of whist club.
Tlisy war eutertained by Mr. and Mr.
J. H. Fish. Mrs. Chas. Hilton won the
first prize, while Mr. L. E. Crow rap
tured th booby. (We wouder if h
crowed over it?) Th club will b en
tertained by Mr. and Mr. U. Glen
Tb Prinvlile New of th 18th sit.,
say of th winter in Crook county:
Although tlm htet snow storm wa not
deep and th attending cold weather
not vsry eeverr, there ba beeu oni
loa of stock on th range, bat w hav
not heard of nca loa to any great xtnt.
Along th stream and waterway wber
gra ha been atsn off ia th fall, the
last anow has coverl sjp vry vestlg
id at thy awlxlit gras txpon, and
having frown poorer a th winter ad
vanced, some of them hsve died. Par
tie from town who have ridden lately
ulonftlMi river telow town, t"ll ua of
rinding thre r.tttle !eud on the ranpe
durii'Kau nflrrmxiu' ride. Fr mi the
oiilsi'le rsi.;;e we have hud no definite
reports, hut froui what we have pre
viously limned of the condition of
stock, and of the range farther away, we
do not anticipate l u v i r fr to chronicle
any ronshiei.ihle loss pf stock unless the
w inter grans more severe than It has
been, and this we firmly believe will not
hapen, although we are not extra well
verted iu the forecast business.
Til K i)tl.LH HAKKKtt.
Tiiuksdav, Feb. 2. Traffic has been
nearly suspended on account of the
pinching cold wintry weather, and the
markets are lifeless in consequence.
There is a compluint of a scarcity of
vegetables and also in farm products,
such as egirs and butter. Kg,-s are firm
nd price are ruling higher than here
tofore thi season. Fresh butter I in
better demand and Is a trifle dearer.
There is a fair supply of potatoes, but
should the cold weather continue much
longer price will be marked up. Al
ready there is a very flnu tendency for
an advance toon. Poultry is scarcer
and dearer with a good inquiry.
The beef and mutton market ie steady,
although there ia a better inquiry for
good fut beeves and mutton sheep. Fat
hogs are lu belter reqnest owing to a
scarcity, and for prime porkers an ad
vance on former quotation could be
realized. The long snow period has
given rise to a better demand for mill
feed and bay, and a stiffening in prices
ha token place within the past few
day in consequence.
The wheat n.rket remain quiet and
seemingly lifeless. Advices from abroad
arc no more enconnging than a month
ago. Valley mills have cut down prices
Iroiu one to two cents per bushel, al
though Portland market are the same
Babiiv The market is nearly lifeless
in barley, prices are down to 70 and 75
cent per 100 lt.
Oat The ont market i stiff and of
ferings are light at $1 "5 cents per 100
lbs. Rye 75 cents per bushel.
ifiLLsTtrrs Bran and short are
quoted at $18 00 per too, mid
dling $22 60 to $23 00 per ton. Rolled
barlev, $23 00 to f4 00 per ton. Shell
ed corn $1 25 per 100 Us.
Floch Saletn mills Hour ia quoted at
$5 50 per barrel. Diamond brand at
$3 iK per bbl. per ton and $4 00 per bbl.
Hav Timothy hay range in price
from $12 00 to $15 00 per ton, according
to quality and condition. Wheat hay is
in full stock on a limited demand ut
$10 00 to $12 00 per ton. There is no
inquiry for oat hny, and price are off.
Alialfa hay is not much called for, and
is quoted at $10 00 to $12 00 per ton.
These quotations are for bailed hay ex
clusively. Bcttih Fr?h roll butter at 65 to 60
cents per roll, in brine or dry salt we
quote 40 to 4-5 cent per roll.
Egos The egg market 1 short In
supply and good fresh evp find ready
sale at 30 cents per doxen cash.
Pocltby There is a lair demand for
fowls for a home market and for ship
ment to Portland. Chicken are quoted
at $2 CO to $3 50 per dozen ; turkeys 8
to 10 cent per It ; geese $7 to $ per dox,
and duck $3 to $5 per dozen.
iSur a M uttom Beef cattle is in
moderate demand at $2 00 per 100
weight gross to $2 60 for extra good.
Mutton It held at an advance of last
years prices and Is quoted at $3 50 to
$5 25 per head. Pork offerings are
light aud price are nominal to 6 to 4't
grot weight and 6, to 0 cent dressed
CorvxB Costa P.ica, is quoted at 22 Vc
per lb by the -ck. Palvadore, 22c.
KuoAa Golden C, in bbl or sack ,
$5 00; Extra C, $5 10 ; Dry granuluted
$4 00; In boxes, D. O., In 30 lb boxes,
$2 00. Ex C, $1 85. GC $1 75.
Svkur $2 00(32 75 pr keg.
Rice Japan rice, bjdt'c; Island,
rice, 7 ct.
KiAKu Small whites, 4,S'(g5 c; Pink,
44 V per 100 lbs.
Halt Liverpool, 501b sk, C5e; 1001b
sk.l 10; 2001b sk, $2 00. Mock alt,
110 00 per ton.
Duiko Fui'iT Italian prunes, 12c xr
lb, by box. Evaporated apples, 10c per
lb. Driod grape, 9 10c per pound.
VKOXTABI.KS AXD VRl'lT.
Potatoes Peerless, Buffalo whites,
Snowflake and Biirhauk seedlings quoted
at$l 25 per 100 IU.
OaioNs The market quotations for
A I onion is $1 50 per 100 lbs.
Ghkxn Fruit tiood apple sell for
11 'Ibuttl 10 per box. rull and early
winter pears rr quoted at G0(a75c pur
n ids and reus..
IIiDts Are quoted follow: Dry,
Co lb; green, 2;j2'i ; culls 4c lb.
Siixkr PkLTs bj;rti5 ea. Dcersklo,
20c lb for winter and 30c for summer.
Dressed, light 1 lb, heavy 75n lb. Bear
skins, ilf.tllO ea; heaver, $2 50 lb;
otter, $4; fisher, $Mt$5 50: silver pray
fox, $I05$1!5; red fox, $1 25; grey f x,
$2 &0(.13: martin, $l(;ll 25; mink,
60XVic; coon, 35c; covote, 60c(it76c ;
badger, 25c; polecat, 25c (J 46c; com
mon bouse cut, 10c(t25c ea.
Wool Th market is reported off en
wool, and is quoted at 10c (.i 16 lb.
Aa atslsar May Mare.
Cam to my place last fall a boy war
about fiv year old, with small whil
pot ea right side, also whit spot cu
left hip, star in th forehead, with some
dim brand on left shoulder, wsight Uut
eight hundred pound. Owuer can hav
tb by prwviug property and pay
ing costs. V. J. Ksi.i.v,
klallUa for Ckaap.
A fla thoroughbred, 6 year old stal
lion for sals cheap. For further particu
lars apply to T. A. Wtvo, sheriff office,
TtM Dalle, Oregon.
Putblng oa nvatser of good adjrse.
Liberal salary and axpenee paid weekly ;
Parmanfttil .iti.-kn lt,nn Hnil i
1 jraeryuMa, Portlasd, Ortia.
laasy at Hia lr feat.
The advent of cheup money In Wasco
county is a blessing. We are pleased to
note the war the New England National
Building Iaish and Investment associa
tion I taking hoi. I of the situation.
Money at six per coi.t. on six years t' mo
without bonus is the hanls of thoir loan
pronitiuu. They also present a plan
for the cancellation of present luortKses,
the accumulation of a tonkin; fund and
th reduction of interest. Jf iu need of
a loan or if you are paying interest on
one, it would be to your benefit to ad
dress the association at its office, Oregon
inn buildinir, Portland, or to writu or
call on Joel Koontz, esq., the local agent
at The Dalles, or Burkes A Brock, Mora,
Oregon. Wa learn tlio association
withe to extend it business and desires
local ugents at Antelope, Dnfur, Hood
River, I.inkville, and various other
points. The local aieency is a profitable
and honorable position.
Inhalation of Hlrjrchnlas.
Prlneville News: Charlie Hanes and
"French Ixmie," who are taking care of
a band of Nye & Allen's sheep near
Eagle Rock, cam near getting a fatal
dose of poison. One of their dogs got
bold of a strychnine bate sin some nn
known manner, and when the boy dis
covered him in a fit, they went to work to
dose him with salt, by which means
the dog wa saved. They must have in
haled the animal's breath, for soon they
both felt the effects of strychnine.
Charlie wa the first to show it, and im
mediately (wallowed a dose of strong
camphor, which relieved him. Then
Louie waa attacked and treated by Char
lie in the same manner. Both are all
right, but neither want to try It again.
It Hbuuld be la Kveiy House.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St. Sharps
burg, Pit., cays he will not be w ithout
Dr. King' Kw Di,:overy for con
sumption, cough and colds, that it
cured his wife who was threatened with
pneumonia after an attack of "la
grippe," when various other remedies
and several physician had dune her no
good. Robert Barber, of Cooksport,
Pa., claim Dr. King' New Discovery
has done him more good than anything
he ever used for lung troubles. Noth
ing like it. Try it. Free trial bottle at
Snipes & Kinnesly'. Large bottles, 60c.
A popularity more practical than
poetical is attending the chrysanthemum
in Paris, where it is becoming a favorite
salad, made according to the Japanese
receipt, and cooked in various way for
A correspondent of the Oregonian in
a letter from Salem says the county div
ision raider' chance are growing slim.
The delegation I divided on the ques
tion and the protest against any kind
of division contain the names of all the
prominent taxpayer of the county.
Senator Dolph yesterday saw the
president and attorney-general and
stated that he boned that a thoroughly
American and vigorous 'policy would be
pursued in regard to Hawaii. For him
self, he hold that now i the time for
aggressive action and he believes that
conures ia ready to carry out such a
There is a decided coolness between
th weather bureau and the people.
Can it be possible that Mr. Pngue
jerked the beautiful-snow lever too hard
and is unable to get it back. It is about
time to present a memorial to the as
sembly asking that body to define the
powers and privileges of the weather
bureau In this matter. ' (
A Bare Car for I'llea.
Itching Piles are known by moistnre
like perspiration, cnusiua; intense itch
ing w hen warm. This form ua well as
Blind, Bleeding or Protuiling, yield at
once to Dr. Bos.tnko's Pile Remedy,
which acts directly on purts affected,
absorbs tumors, allays itching and
effects a permanent cure, hi) cunts.
Druggists or maij. Circulars free. Dr.
Bosaiiko, Philadelphia, Pa. Sold hy
Blakeley & Houghton, druggist.
Heaate HIM Ki, SO.
We give this bill eutire today s in
troduced by Mr. Cross Jan. Iltli. Ii
will be read with intorest, c it is one of
tlio most important measures in the
assembly. While on thi auhject we
may toy that tlio feu of thu sheriff in
thi county the past two mouths aggre
gated $02 for county lusiness alone;
lh clerk' fees and salary for the earn
period of time was l,3t)4. Other fees
coming to the office for th two months
mitk th g)!regt somsthlng like
$2,500 for the clerk for county business
during the two month.
l dispute Authority.
Th United Htute Dispensatory says
that "Onions ara a stimulant, diuretic
and expectorant ; thy increase the ap-
fwtite and promote digiMiiiou." The
uic made Into syrup as ia Dr. (iuun's
Onion Svrnn. has a snei irlc action on the
Throat, Lungs and air passages, it not
only cure tough, Uoltls, I roup and
Couioiiipiiou, but it stimulating effect,
strughlua and build up (be system
afterward. As a tonla and restorative
it hat no equal. We solicit trial In lb
most chronic and stnhliorn raait. Pries
60 cent. Bold by Blakeley k Houghton,
Cold collecting todiy. Mill collectors
ay they find money castor tint wa ex-
Th lc harvester today do not com
plaiu that th bright aan light xoelu
th block any a they utov froua th
rivsw to th) io kse
! Ilftlteraln; fansll.
Farmers and stockraisers universally
uttree that dehorning cattle is a great al
varitage. The cattle lieromn more docile
and mii be handled much ensier, and
tun cosier cared for tbati those with
horns. All farmers end stockmen also
a,"ce tl..in the proper thing to do is to
stop the growth of tin; horns on the calf,
thereby nviidin the troublesome ami
painful operation of using the saw.
Iran's Dehorning pencil has lxen
thoroughly tested everywhere and
thousand of funnels and stockmen can
testify ns to the advantage of in-ing the
same on your.g stock. It makes no sore
nml causes no pain. By one application
tlio horn will drop oil' in a few days. It
is guaranti ed to givu satisfaction if ap
plied as directed. Ilest of references
furnished. Agents wanted. Address:
I. K. Johnson, l.a Grande, Oregon. (P.
O. tsix 11H),) general western agent for
Eastern Oregon. 1.20w4t
from the Pailv Kavaiixx, hatvom, Vh )
"T. C. Burnett, th democratic candi
date ft r sheriff, was taken violently ill
at Clef rbrook. He hail all the symp
toms of Asiatic cholera, and for an hour
or two it was feared he would die. They
finally gave him a dose of Chamberlain'
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy,
which revived him until a pbvsirian ar
rived." That is precisely 'a hut the
manufacturer of that medicine recom
mend for cholera. Send for a physician
but give their medicine until the physi
cian arrives. If cholera lnwrns preval
ent in this country next summer this
preparation will be' in great demand be
cause it can always be depended upon.
For sale by Blakeley x Houghton, druggists.
MONEY TO LOAN.
We have an unlimited amount
of money to loan on ap-
proved farm security.
Thornbcry & IIudso
The Dalles, Or.
WM. MICH ELL,
UmiBrtaKer ana EmBaimer,
Orders hy dispatch, mail or in person
filled any hour, day or night. -
Prices as Low as the Lowest !
Picture framed in all styles and sires.
Place of business cor. Third and
Washington Streets. "
Til K IMLLKH.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, the administrator of the es
tate of John Mason, deceased, has filed '
his final account in said estate, and that
Monday, the Cth day of March, 1803, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day,
at the comity court in the court honse
in Dalle City, Wasco county, Oregon,
is the time and place fixed hy an order
of the Hon. Geo. C. Blakeley, county
jndge of Wasco court ty Oregon, as the
time aud place for hearing said account,
which order hears date the 7th day of
January, 1SU3. All parties interested
in said estate are hereby no titled to file
their objections to said account, if any,
on or before said time.
Dated this 7th day of January, 1898.
S. V. Mahos, Administrator of the Es
tate of John Mason, Deceased.
Dcrun A Mknkfkk, Attorneys for said
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Timber rulture, rinHt prrsii.J
IT. B. Land t'lillne. The Dnllos, or., lw. JH, lmij.
Nntlt-e i heretty given that Jtl-.:ir W. t'ux hss
tiled nntlre of liiUtiitioii to make final pnsif be
foul the reenter tout receiver ht their offtoe bv
Tlio lislles, y., on Ttiesilsy, the 7th duy of Feb
ruary, l'.t:(, on timber eufture iiiiicutin No.
AMI. hir the i:4 ttX t section No. , ta Tp.
No. S 8. U. No. 1:1 toi.1.
He mtuitts us u itneHaes: O. . Kussell, J. W.
RiiMM.ll, IwtHr I'atleusude and kl. K. Mclssl, all
of Kinsley, Oregon.
li'JA-M JOHN W. LK WIN, Register.
Byvlrtuo of sn nxerntlon and order pf snle,
t sued out of ttm t'licuit Court of the Htnto ol
orvsitn fitr the county of VViimn,, to le directed.
Ill the suit whfre n tne H 'licitnrV l.otm audi
'I rut '. I iliintiil, sid Willium F. uttyton.
Wsry K. l.uyton and l. MeKelvey ere rtefi-nd-snts,
e.viiiinundtiiK met., levy uon end muks
kuM of thote u rtaiii iireci aiu! i totvl of lard
in Wiisoocoiinty, Maic of Oregon, known and
describe 1 as thu wmm! reilf of the mutheKt iiuitr
ter and the mmt tntlf of the southwt'Mt qusrtfr of
tieetioll four -I) ill lowuhlllil o -v (I) multh of
ooii.'e lhirfe.'ii (Uy east of tliw W il'.amctte luerid
Ihii, ooiiuttutnif on liuudrvd sud (xry sere?, I
tiuve this ilwy itl iiHu said luiul and on Krt
d.iy, r'ohrn iry :l, ltd, nt the h.iur of II o clock
s. in. of mild tluv. In front of Hie court Iioumi
do r, In said unty and stute I vt' w 1 :dd
Isud st .ub,lo suelloii to thu tiixUent bidder
thurvfor. T. A. W AKI,
hhorliT of Waoo Couuty, Suit of oresou.
NOTICE FOlt PUBLICATION.
rimb?r Land, Art Jvtnu 3, lfCS.)
It. a. land omee. The DsMes. Or., I'eh. ixw.
Ntitleu 14 hoiehy aivou thet l.i eoeit-tiaue
alth The urovl-ious .f tnw set f eoiisowa uf
Juno.t, Ix-.H, viitltloil "An set for the sale of tlm
U'r lauds In the utatea of t'aht.irula, OU'gJii,
NurHiaaud ' sati.iiirUui Territory,"
Thomas V. an Iter,
Of Pufur, eonnty of Waeeo, s ate of On-son, hss
this duy liltst In thisoltlee his aworu tiiteiuenl
for the v'ochaM of the N1) of NKL., liK1, of
Nti','. and NK'f HK'4 of t-ee. No. Is, In town
!l i No. 'J H , raimo No II K. W. M., slid Mill
iilli-r fmaif lo show that the land sought is more
vain.ibie fur IU timber or atone tliiiu foi asrleul
turul t tiriMsirts, and to entali'M) hi claim to
aid lurid Is fore thu ririater and ovt-lver of this
olTlee at 'I bs bulloa. Or., on ttie :id day uf Febru
lie naliira aa a turaaes- ltnt.'rt Itarrl-ain, of
Manaeue, or, .Uurdili MrUaal, of ktiialy,
or., Joiin larua, ol Naur-em-, t-r., s.iU Jota
Murray, of ftaOMine, 'r.
Any himI all la'iaoiis rlaluilitfC sdversoty th
slaive do-cillsMt UiinU are reruef.trd to DM tbr-ir
rla ins In tlha olltee M t fa-loie rail 1 id day of
ti.vw'i.s John v. i twin, iti-Kirtar.
1 1 Best (k,iwk avrup. TMs (,at Cm I