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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MARCH
j Expect mi tmmu
H EXCITEMENT IN HONOLULU
Stars and Striae Displayed on
Many Buildings, and a Gen
f l. The early part
.., wm.k wltnewed scenes, o!
1, entliuiHiu In Honolulu, and the
.trinM wore probably more
I .n- .i:...i.i.l than at anv time In
rail uinip; -
Lallan history. The arrival oi me
...ki Pl.lna from ran rn"v
20. followed by that
' . .... , . ,
Ml rail a February JK, uruuuii
"""" - .
iiligence that caused grcal utnc
. ti.ii tirovislonal government and
. : ....l.nntlm Islands. On
J i. -.,.,,! date, when It became
own that President Harrison and his
binot had decided upon a lavorauie
f i! !.: f Ida
(rue in regH.ru to a uibixjoihum
iuls, eiclted throngs gathered about
tnnil dock, io8toHieoai"i news nuB
dismmited the information receiver
much ardor. The prompt action
... u.iminiHtration in the matter was
...lv com mended bv Americans, ir-
,.( tive of party affiliations, as well as
iuiiy f the German resmonis, anu
tho more Intelligent natives, ine
..).:.. liUn l. ill rf
lie, however, j
Vuary when the Australia uroiigni
I .i. .1... ...uiw... fvmti Pr.Ml1.
I Harrison providing for a treaty of
i xittion of the islands hud gono to
dilute, and that ns far as the Ainer
goTi'rutuont was concerned the Is-
were probably part of the Uulted
when the Australia arrived. The
wiih the annlversnry of the birth of
. . . ! ..! .. . I -
felitiiKion, anu was twing u""
n..rnl holidav. The streets were
I with natives, and others, in their
uttire; Anns were floating from
v buildiiiL's aud from vessels in the
xjr, the whole forming in the bright
iglit a pretty sotting lor me imro
ion of the startling effects furnished
tho steamer from Kan Francisco.
mel oicr, commanding the provis
1 uovi-rnment forces, was applauded
ii ho expressed himself in favor of a
in of 100 guns in honor of the occa-
providing he were given authority
Marriage or Cellbecjrt
;. Yokk, March 8. The archbishop
,e country may, It is aflirmed, hold
Wial meeting at tho earliest favor-
Diouiont to protest against the re-
t iiisinirtioni of the propaganda to
op O' Parrel iu regard to married
vk priusts living In his diocese. The
niun threatens to assuuie an acute
m in the opinion of many people.
lie Oriental Catholics in certain die-
lets are ai'ciiHtouied to seeing married
Ul ct'clirule clergy living In some sort
aruionr, tho W est has decided re-
knunce to it. Ever since the first
Irriecl priest and family apieared In
iTu-a, bishops, It is said, have nrged
prnpugauda to bestow some atton-
to the iosaible complications of the
kirc. They have not succeeded in ex-
tig the interest of the officials who
c charge of American affairs on the
jecU It is probable the archbishops
i take the matter before Monsignore
Iolli and induce him to sustain the
iiiur decrees, even to the point of dis
cing the married priests.
roltilrlaua Calling an Cleveland.
Washington, Morch 8. The jieriod of
Munctory visiting has passed, and the
V'lUr number of politicians who called
tlie president today were bent on
iiinww. Cleveland saw nearly all who
me, giving a little time to each.
use in a hurry saw Private Secretary
urber. He soon bad his hands full
l ending to their wants. One of the
Irlieet cullers was Rev. Dr. O'Ooriunn,
tiatant rector of the Catholic nniver
'y of America, who presented Thurber
Hterfrom Archbishop Batolli, papal
h:te to Auiorlca, congratulating Clove-
"u on liia accession to the presidency,
frticiilnrly in the nittue of his holiness
"toe in Uonor of Blalna.
AHi'u, Me., March 8. A call will
l;nr tomorrow siened bv'a larae num-
fr of promlnont gontlemen from all
rties and every section, including
"y members of the legislature and
" ecutive departments, for a meet-'-'
to lx hdj in the ntntnlioiiHe on
f'Jay evening next, to organise an
muon for the erection, by popular
'"'ription, of a sutue In honor of
ines O. Blaine.
h Traatj With Canada.
Washington, March 8. The govornor-
.ri transmitted to parliament yes
rday the conference at
uruaryl5, 1802, between the Cana-
u ueiegatos ana Mr. Blaine and Sn.
flary Fostor. The opposition have
used the government nf kAnin. iw
eo papors designedly. The following
'ftion which relates to reciprocity Is
" Canadian version: "Mr. niaii.
'd he could understand wh rtt,,n.i
ls reluctant to enter into a treaty of
F'Umltud reolprocitv. but that fin rt taw
Fsngement would" suit the United
States, and it must be accomplished by
discrimination in favor of the United
States and against GreatBritain, which
was Ameri.a's great competitor, and
that It must bo likewise accompanied by
i.. .,iMtinn of a uniform tariff for the
United States and Canada equal to that
of the United States. Unless such points
ware guarded there would be no security
on the one hand from smuggling along
a border line of over 3,000 miles, or on
the other of maintaining the present
protective policy of the United States."
Mr. Blaine added: "We would expect
to have the Canadians to compoto with
in manufacturing, but none else." A
treaty for natural products alone could
not be discussed.
Will Vaccinate the Indian.
Dr. R. J. rilklngton, the government
physician at the agency, evidently has
In prospect a number of sore arms for
his charges on the reservation. In view
of the presence of smallpox at Portland,
Oregon City and other places not far
from Pendleton, Walla Walla being also
rejiorted as containing cases. -the doctor
Intends to provide an ounce of preven
tion, and hue ordered by telegraph 000
vaccine points from Washington, D. C.
When this arrives he will vaccinate the
children at the Indian school and all
other Indians who desire to take the
precaution. Dr. Pilkington has in his
xssesslon already a small supply of
Traanurr Nntes for oll.
Washington, March 8. Secretary
Carlisle has accepted the proposition of
the iHinver clearing-house to let the
government have fl ,000,000 in gold for
a like amount of treasury notes. He
has taken no steps toward issuing bonds,
and has not indicated what policy he
Will Live In Wahlngtou.
Washington, March 8. It is retorted
that Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant, having sold
her house In New York, desires to make
her future home In Washington. She
is especially desirous, if possible, to find
a home on LaFayette square, and has
made an oiler for the Blaine residence,
that is now under consideration.
Hniall-rca In Vancouver, II. C.
Vancouver, B. C, March 7. Another
case of small-pox was discovered in this
city yesterduy. The patient lived In
the outskirts of the city In a small shack.
A case was discovered In New Westmin
Ilamre at the World'! Fair.
There is no reason w hy anyone should
be deterred from visiting the world's
fair by reason of tussible Inconvenience
and uncertainty attending the securing
of sutisfuctory hotel accommodations.
The Northern Pacific railroad will In
due time publish low excursion rates to
Chicago aud return for this occasion,
while its double daily passenger train
service, Including through sleeping cars
of both classes (standard and tourist) to
Chicago, will as usual be at the head of
the list in every particular.
To help you in fixing in advancf upon
your place of residence while attending
the world's fair, we have placed iu the
bunds of our agent at your station a book
compiled by perfectly trustworthy
parties, called "Hoiues for Visitors to
the World's Fair." This little book,
which you can purchase for fifty cents,
contains a list of about fl.OOO private
families who will accommodate visitors
in Chicago during the time of the fair,
via: May 1st to October 30tb; gives
their names and addresses, and number
of rooms each will have to spare The
book also gives a list of the hotels and
their locations; has twelve full-page
large-scale maps, each representing a
section of the city, ao that with this in
formation before him the intending vis
itor himself can, at leisure, select tbe
quarter of the city in which he would
prefer to stop, corresponding in advance
with one or more families in that locality
with regard to rates and the accommo
Chas. 8. Fee, N. P. R.R.
After Some of It.
The bill providing $93,000 to be ex
pended for county roads in the state of
Oregon gives Wasco county about $3,500.
In rofurence to this matter Mr. M. J.
Anderson, of Dufur, arrived in town to
day and was in attendance before the
county court, petitioning on the part of
his constituents at Dufur for a share to
be expended upon the Dufur and Ante
lope roads. These are among the most
important in the county and should re
ceive the attention they deserve, even
without any special appeal upon the
part of anybody. Another important
road is the one leading from Grass val
ley via the free bridge.
The Antelope Herald says the anow
has all disappeared, and the ground la
fast drying up.
The revival meeting held under the
auspices of Revs. Rawlins and Wright,
is still vory successful J several converts
A 2 inch fall of snow visited that
section on last Sunday night.
Ten lots in North Dalles, 50 per cent,
lees than company prices.
The ftew ! I. aw.
The following copy of the new law will
prove interesting to those who lack In
formation upon the subject In question
An act to amend sections 2752, and to
repeal sections 2730, 273.'), 2731, 2737,
2753, 2754, 2755, 2756, 2757, ot the Mis
cellaneous Taws of Oregon as compiled
by W. Iir Hill, relating to the assess
ment of property and the collection of
Be It enacted by the legiiilative assem
bly of tbe state of Oregon :
Section 1. That section 2752 of Title
3, of Chapter 17 of Hill's Annotated
Laws of Oregon be amended to read as
follows: Section 2752. The assessor,
after qualifying, shall, on the first Mon
day In March next following, procure
from the county clerk a blank assess
ment roll, and forthwith proceed and
assess all taxable property within his
county, and shall return to such county
clerk, on or before the first Monday in
September next following, such assess
ment roll with a full and complete as
sessment of such taxable property en
tered thereon, including a full and
precise description of the lands or lots
owned by each ictaon therein named on
March 1st of each year, at the hour of
one o'clock, a. m., which description
shall corresond with the plan or plat of
any town luid out or recorded, and said
lands or town lots shall be valued at
their true cash value, taking into con
sideration the improvements on the
land and in the surrounding country,
the quality of the soil, its convenience to
transportation lines, public roads, mills
and other local advantages. No deduc
tions of indebtedness from assessments
or taxations shall be allowed in any
caee. True cash value shall tie held and
taken to mean the amount such prop
erty would sell for at a voluntary sale
made in the ordinary course of business.
The county court of any county may,
if necessary, extend the time for return
ing the assessment roll until the first
Monday in October following. The
terms "real property "and "land' where
ever used in the laws of this state, shall
for the purpose of assessment and tax
ation be held to mean and include not
only the land itself, whether laid out in
town lots or otherwise, with all things
contained therein, but also all buildings,
structures, improvements, trees and
other fixtures of whatever kind thereon,
and all rights and privileges belonging
or in any wise appertaining thereto.
All land shall be assessed and taxed in
the county In which the same shall lie,
and every person shall te assessed in the
county in which he resides, on the first
day of March of the year when tbe as
sessment shall be made for all real and
personal property then owned by him
within such county; and unoccupied
lund, if the owner be unknown, may be
assessed as such without inserting the
name of any owner.
Section 20. That sections numbered
2730,2735,2730, 2737, 2753, 2754, 2755,
275i and 2757, of the miscellaneous laws
of Oregon as compiled by W. Lair Hill,
be and the same are hereby repealed.
Section 30. All acts or laws or parts
of acts or laws iu conflict with this
act are hereby repealed.
Section 4. Inasmuch as there is need
of immediate action in this matter, this
act shall take effect from and after its
passage and approval by the Governor.
Passed by the house Feb. 1, 1893.
W. P. Kbadv,
Speaker of the house.
Passed by the Senate February 7, 1893,
C. W. Fl LTON,
President of the senate.
A Pleaalng; Effect.
The store of Pease & Mays now pre
sents a most attractive appearance. A
large shipment of new goods has just ar
rived and the public will be given every
opportunity to inspect them through
the display at the store and the publish
ed announcements in the newspapers.
The three large show windows, dressed
by Mr. 6. P. Briggs, are as handsome as
they can be. In one is displayed laces,
ranging from the more costly, through
all the Intermediate grades, of varying
colors and widths, draped in handsome
folds, and well calculated to inspire the
envy of possession by all who may ob
serve them. In the center window is
shown the dress goods, new paterns of
imported sateens and cloaking, etc.
The corner window is devoted to gent'a
furnishing goods. The shelves are well
filled with the new goods. A line of
handkerchiefs on a wire above are re
served for Saturday's special sale. Above
the shelves and for the entire length of
the store are draped chenille table covers,
and the rear of the store is separated by
porteries reaching from the ceiling. The
combined effect is very handsome, the
store as a whole presenting a metropoli
tan appearance in accord with our im
portance as a trading center.
Thrown From a florae.
Miss Lillian Reavis met with an ac
cident yesterday which resulted very
seriously, and might have been fatal
The young lady secured a horse at Rich'
uioud's stable and rode out in the coun
try to engage the Fulton school. Re
turning the horse shied and threw her
oft, her arm being held in some manner
by the bridle. She remounted, and at
first did not suppose she was hurt badly,
but was compelled to get off several
times in the four miles to town because
of severe pain. When she arrived at
the stable she was in a dazed condition
and Mr. Richmond sent for her mother
and brother, who upon arriving, drove
her home, w here she lay for three hours
in a swoon. This morcing die com
plained of Internal pains, but how badly
she is hurt cannot yet be ascertained.
Weather at Bake Oven.
The following is the monthly meteor
ological report for February by Vol. Obs.
K. N. Staehr, at Bake Oven :
Ito. T s.m. 2p m. 9 p.m.
1 -7 M 10
2 IS Bl 2U
a t a a
i H IS 10
& ... 10 'JM
6 H M !ti
7 IS IS
S 18 30
10 2 40 S5
11 .V H 40
12 m : m
IS 311 84 81
14 25 Wt 84
lf S 41 40
Hi 89 4S SH
17 S3 40 8
IS 31 80 36
l'l 34 40 n;
20 30 41 37
21 2 40 V
22 81 40 S
23 'A', 4(t 87
24 S3 4', 34
2 81 : 31
i 81 2H
27 21 8")
27 sit as
Amount m ruin and melted anow, 0.20 li hea,
hnowfitll, 4 Inrht'H.
Prevailing dinx'Uon of wind, south snd south-
Mean temperature, 2H.
Maximum U)inHTture, 4: dnte li'th.
Minimum temperature, 7: dale lbt.
Total precipitation, 0.20 !nchp.
No. clear daya. A: partly cloudy, 6; cloudy, 16.
I'revalUiiK wind direction S. W'
Total nowiall during the month, 4 Inches.
This .point is about fifty miles south
of here and 2,500 above sea level.
A Keprcdatlon Claim.
11. H. Wheeler, of Wheeler, Grant
county, Or., is in the city, and will have
a hearing before O. P. Hubbard, the
U. S. commissioner on Indian depreda
tion andj spoliation claims. Mr. Hob-
bard arrived this morning. The loss
alleged is 65 head of horses taken by the
Indians in 1S0C, at which time Mr.
Wheeler was also shot. One of his
witnesses, also here, is Mr. John Mor
gan, of Heppner, a sheep man. At the
time of the depredation he was a stage
The tramp photographer has made his
appearance and yesterday took snap
shots of some of our business
houses. The Dalles is fairly well sup
plied in this line with first-class artists,
men who pay taxes and rent, do a legiti
mate business, and take both pains and
pride in their work. They buy of our
stores, associate with our people, adver
tise in our papers, and deserve our
patronage. Shun the kodak.
One lot, with a good dwelling and out
buildings situated west of the Academy
grounds, and fronting Liberty street on
the east, is for sale at a bargain. Terms
easy. Apply at this office for informa
tion. Title perfect.
EsTS for Hatching.
High grade Rose Comb, and Brown
Leghorn eggs from graded Rose Comb
hens and pure bred males. Price 50
cents per setting of thirteen. Address
E. M. Uabbimas, Endereby, Oregon.
SS far Betting.
You can get them at Rev. A. Horn's
place on Ninth street. 119 lately re
ceived a full-blooded Leghorn rooster
from the Forest Grove poultry yard and
expects also a Black Polish.
In this city, March 7th, 1893, to the
wife of R. H. Weber a son and a
Joles Bros, have 60 varieties of fresh
garden and field seeds on hand in bulk,
and can supply all demands.
An Alamlnlem Boat.
1 have just returned from a trip to
Germany and Switzerland, and while in
the latter country I witnessed a aight
which waa of itself sufficient to pay ins
for my journey. It was nothing lees
than the launching of the first boat evei
built of aluminium. This took place
some weeks afro on Lake Zurich, a body
of water which has become celebrated
as a birthplace of new departures in ship
building. It was there that the first
naphtha launch ever constructed made
its maiden trip, and also where the first
Successful tl . trie boat was launched.
Put thia last achievement, the successful
trial of the first bout in the world ever
built entirely of aluminium, will tuaks
Lake Zurich justly famous.
This boat is not a Urge affair. It tty
semblos in appoarauce and size the small
naphtha launches, ami iu fact, its mo
tive power is an engine or tuis kind,
which has an improved device whereby
the flame can be maintained while th
boat is not in motiou. At a distance
the boat has no nntuual appearance. It
is only on near approach and cloee ex
animation that a person would notice
that the boat was not painted gray, but
was mode of a white, shinteig metal
Inside even-thing has this silver white
color, for even the seats, gunwales and
handrails are made of this beautiful and
untarnishablo metaL Wherever a pol
ish is given, the surface looks like pure
Not only are the ribs and plates made
of aluminium, but the castings of the en
gine, the rudder and even the tiller
ropes are made of the same metaL The
entire amount of aluminium used is a
little less than 000 pounds, while the
total weight of the boat, including the
wood, iron and copper part, is 70
pounds. The launch will hold from
eight to twelve people. One of equal
six built of wood and iron would weigh
from 1. 400 to 1.700 nonnda Interview
DEFINITIONS OF A LAUGH.
Pat Espreaaloaa Concerning- an Aet of
Which Most People Are Unllty.
A London weekly paper, Tit-Bits, of
fered a prize of ten dollars for the best
definition of a laugh. The money was
awarded for the following:
An eruption of joy, relieved by an ex
plosion at the mouth of "the crater."
Here are some of the best definitions
That by which mirth pays a compli
ment to wit.
The merry thunder peal which follows
the lightning flash of wit.
An outward indication of inward satis
faction. The physical expression of a pleasur
able mental emotion.
An antidote against the poison of mel
ancholy. As brevity is the soul of wit, so a
laugh is the soul of expression.
If "Laugh and grow fat," as we hare been
Is a proverb undoubtedly both true and old.
We cannot be wrong If a laugh we define
Aa the rery beat condiment when we all dine.
The musio of the merry, the croak of
the scornful and the wail of the maniac.
The outward visible sign of an inward
The natural ebullition of a joyous
A burst of musio from the harp of
mirth, produced by the touch of humor.
The "Volapuk" of mirth and good
The keynote of man's character, the
tono of which proves its quality.
An appreciation of humor conveyed
A cheerful report from the interior.
Nature's mental medicine. Used spar
ingly it acts as a pleasant tonic, but
when resorted to immoderately it para
lyzes and degrades the senses.
A temporary relaxation from gravity.
The only family doctor who gives re
lief in all cases, often effects instanta
neous cure and sends no bills.
Merriment's wand, but derision's dart.
One of God's greatest blessings for
temporarily relieving the monotony of
Heaven's best antidote to care.
The luxury of health and the greatest
help to digestion.
What a woman is fond of doing when
she has got a new set of false teeth.
Nature's tonic for mental ailments.
The beet doctor and the cheapest med
icine in the world.
A spark from the fire of life.
The spray from the fountain of mirth,
or a bubble from the well of scorn.
The sunshine of the heart reflected in
The safety valve of mirth, the pon
iard of derision and the mockery of
An ostentatious display of one's own
sense of humor.
The oil which make the lamp of life
burn bright and clear.
The explosion produced by a flash of
A Tamed Lion.
At the Zoo a young lion from Sokoto
was much intent on breaking in the iron
shutter which separates tho house it
now occupies from its former quarters
next door. Apart from the very proper
wish to assert a right to its former dom
icile, it had tbe irritating stimulus sup
plied by an ill tempered and decrepit
old leopard which was growling on the
other side of the shutter, and even went
so far as to insert one of its longest teeth
into the crack between the shutter and
the wall as a reminder to the lion of
what was waiting for it on the other
The lion was striking constant heavy
blows on the door, and waa so intent on
its occupation as to disregard the call of
its keeper. The keeper quietly attracted
its attention by pulling its tail I and the
lion at once desisted, rubbed its face
against the keeper's hand and lay down
to be stroked, patted and have its mane
caressed. A very beautiful puma close
by exhibited all the pleasure of a friend
ly cat at being stroked, and tbe tiger
from Turkestan allowed himself to be
fondled like a big dog. London Specta
tor A R llway u the Source of the raaioel
The government of Bolivia has granted
to Fernando Cerdena, an Argentine
engineer, an important concession for
the construction of a railway from
Oruro, Bolivia, to the head of navigation
on the Amazon river, in the heart of the
rubber region of Bolivia. The construc
tion of thia road will connect the min
eral regions of Bolivia with the Atlantic,
and thus give cheap transportation to
The government of Bolivia has guar
anteed Senor Cerdena 0 per cent, inter
est annually for twenty years on tho
capital invested, has given him nine
miles on each side of the proposed line
from which to take materials for con
struction purposes, and in addition has
granted him 100 square leagues of land,
to be taken at intervals from the terri
tory adjacent to the road. London En
gineer. A rreeautlon Against Iufluensa.
Of all the precautions taken against
the spread of influenza none are more
thoroughly good in intentions than thoee
which have been adopted at Dover. The
authorities there have posted up notices
to the effect that a penalty of five pounds
will be inflicted upon persona exposing
themselves in publio places when suffer
ing from the malady. But it is disputed
whether the malady is contagious,
though that it is ao has become the gen
eral belief .London Tit-Bita.
Fifty-one Pearls la Bis Oyster.
Fifty-one pearl, eight of them pale
and almost white, the others brown or
black, were found in an oyster served, on
the half shell to a customer at Tonniji
er'a ' restaurant yesterday. The. cus
tomer triod to eat the oyster. Suppos
ing it to be fall of gravel be made the
interesting discover . Pottatown Cor.
At the present day the Persians
Mfvfetld "the fool of the gods,"
ttusffians ueugav iu cttTuuv ua
kB0 la fa a oil
The Olee !.
The fAdies Glee Club was a glee cub
in more than one sense of the word last
evening when entertained by Mrs. W.
E. Garretson. The first hour or two
were devoted to solid practice, and the
neighbors undoubtedly had their minde
made up that the winter had by no
means killed the "scale" by the time
the hostess surprised the club bv rallW
their attention from the key board to
ine lestai txard. Although the gentle
man escorts, who, stranze to sav. called
just in the nick of time, were a failure
at singing for their supper," they kept
up to time in "walkin' for dat cake,"
and left the ladies somewhat In the
lurch. The latter, however, came in
ahead on the last beat, when conversa
tion was the rule of the hour, and the
last strain heard was from a young lady,
who expressed the desire to have the
club meet with Mrs. Garretson every
week. Those present were Mr and if
J T Peters, Mrs W II Lochhead, Mr Chas
Lay, Miss Emma Lay, Mrs M French,
Mr II French, Mr and Mrs J 8 Schenck,
Mrs Al Varney, Mr and Mrs C J Cran
dall, Mrs N Boyer, Misses Alma Schmidt
and Rose Michell, Mr and Mrs W E
Dwelling houses are now in greater
demand than they have been for years.
New-comers are inquiring for houses and
none are to be had. Yet building has
been brisk ever since the fire. This may
be considered as an index that The
Dalles is rapidly growing and it is a fact
that property values are higher than
they have been known for a long time.
By virtue of an execution t-sued out nf tba
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Wco
county, in an action therein pending, in which
T. C. Kargher is plalntin and A. J. Wall is de
fendant, dated the 21st day of February,
commanding me to hj.1 the real property therein
described, to-wit: the west half of bectlon 17,
Township 2 South, Range II Kast, W. M., which
aid property had theretofore been attached in
said action, and out of the proceeds of said real
property t satlafy the Judgment rendered and
entered In the above entitled action on the 14th
day of February, lAt, in favor of the pla4ntin"
sud against the defendant for the sum of tlo'vi.
drawing Interest at ten percent, per annum from
said February nth, 1M, and the further sum of
174.7.3, drawing interest from said date at the
rate of eight per cent, per annum, and t'iO.00 at
torneys fees, and the further sum of f22.to coata
and disbursements therein, and accruing costs,
I w ill on tbe 3d day of April, lS'.i:), at the court
house door In Dalles City, in said county and
state, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. ni. of said dav,
setl all of said above described real property io
the highest bidder, for cash In hand, to satisfy
said judgment, interest, costs, attorneys fees,
and accruing costs.
T. A. WARD,
S-3.3-31 Sheriff of Wasco County, Oregon.
AT-ir Von want title to Government or
State Lands call on
C. S. THORN'BUEY, T. A. HCDSON,
Late Rcc. U. S. Land Office. Notary Fublio
0. S. Land Attorneys.
Over Sixteen Years Experience.
BUY AND SELL
CITY AND COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
UnimproYed FARM Property
Send for a Pamphlet describing this land.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
TtofflDsofl's Aiiition to Tie Dalles.
This addition Is laid oft Into one-acre lots, and
Is destined to be the principal residence part of
the city. Only twenty nilnutuea walk trout tbe
lo not be afraid to consult or write us, we give
ait vice or information In all branches of our bua
iness free of charge-
Settlers Located on Government Land.
Office In U. 8. Land Office Building.
THE DALLES .... OREGON.
DIAMOND - ROLLER - MILL
A. H. CURTIS, Prop.
Flour of the Best Qual
ity Always on Hand.
THE DALLES. OREGON.
MONEY TO LOAN.
We have an unlimited amount
of money to loan on ap
proved farm security.
Thornbury & Hudson,
The Dalles, Or.
Order by dispatch, mail or in person
filled any Lour, day or night.
Prices as Low as tie Lowest !
rictnres framed in 11 etylei and sizes,
l'lace oi businega cor. Third and
I THE DALLKS,