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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1893.
Around In tha
. vl .... Kva bus come nd
U allowed lre Biur.ij,
..a here on Monday, so wi- r-
-- 1.1... mn tiilll.tl aa
nut reaiiy "
' ' iu ..,,t nestled In ft valley by
n.lHltho l-Kjt of .mount,
i i -itli laurel and stately
irrut. wind- ...o.u In th. 'tree
tfolw, not y omi,
. and factories here,
' . ..n.. , a rlum la
v ,Ulod. I Aon 't believe that
.-tartly what iiwtl"! ,cn"' ,,ul
town I. not u,:t.d..or it i,
,,l,ll,d out on Mb th.
, river .ad " hP '
That could uirndfurwy.
? u j, like tlio old Conneoti
! ..!.. ...rkr-r. He told a friend
f . . ...ntv-two esrca. Hi
i,) What did you do that
,!,. B.n'1 u.-ar cover thora." "I
tliBt," lie ",,ut 1 WBnteJ 10
,p old ('" "I""1""1 '"''"" Tll""e
u. a toiicli profanity In the ori-
... l.iit eariv irinHi traiuiiiK wr-
. .ml out of reritiect fur the
n Um , -
urltey !l',r kllU,J ,,r, "
..re in a chair car from The
. ).... iiiulpumutitd 'if
,11) Oil" H'"-" "
;ir. that used on the martyrs in
Irih wntiiry to make them let up
t ClirintiHim, and It worked to a
So one wl"' rum in a cnair car
ire i:ihI Umatilla the con-
viimlii-d me in the nlw, Iiavintr
V j puiiclitid my ticket, and told
1 1 into the rar next oeinim, as
he oik that went to Spokane
walked ui to a atranirer that
lMat next me, thinking it was
II wax Tory annua asleep and
considerable Rhnkint; to thor-
urouwj him. I at.keU Imu to
(lie, and 1 am not certain that he
l'Ii I was vnry polite to him.
her Htei tiiis etplaiiation of how
icl, I think he will yet.
ilii'tun we Kit hreakfaHt at the
hi mil counter. Black ntuff,
mi be rolhw, and rtuudwichee,
bya old thai i in the bread was
the dweaited eteer could not
n iem than thirty yearn old at
tie wai annuHHinaUKl.
r old man got on the train here,
i will- and two daughters and
Mtriieli and boxes, benidea a
fiuiket. Ttirsirls wore too nroud
p tlit-ir father curry the butfumre,
tiiiit- pruud ciuiuli to save their
lire a few steps, and be bud to
V the plattorni four times to pet
p. "Now -onnt them tip," he
4.Toat excitement, fearing that be
In Ji,fl 'Jl..i.l i
mmi iiij l-UHl Willie i
ft the dinner bnaknt." Sev
itlie unmnii'i'm nnmr.l a-Ut
F ""lllll Iimvo Imhii an. II,. Tl.
rre iicketud to Hullo J auction.
Iff ut alwitit ..(I.... ,,.!....
Y Walla ' the conductor attked
s 10 please may on till he was
into muow at Kuho. At
t n five inches deep, but we
o( it lfom ruachlni; Walla
I'alouse country they are be-
y and grans they are out of
nut into grunt, and Joseph
r wveii lean kino here without
mt (ut on the train at M ilton
"twl with mo to Walla Walla.
1" Wttie to the Walla Walla
"ilh luih.o Martin, of I'endlo-
" 'ur li- Nex JVnws. Mr.
ll llm b . .. If ...I. !..
it at ilmi ti..,- it ....ii.i
wan nil nifntinr rrt'i'ii ill
V' I tulil him that It was pro-
""i, and should lie called that
I lived there and hud lout one
Wsruand liftueu rents worth
" Manrh liih, last, by bIod
F-one vul Intel ut tlliO ami one
IS cents, cir two lor a quarter.
1 'xuiiiiimtion it was brought
,(xl river was called Doif
" miichty sorry of it, for
." "Where do von live?'
''' U proud to bo able to faith
""" "it Creek I"
" '""lnulimTilwd In-foro me, a
""" in and for Spokane
''"'i April ll.lHM.
.""" I'OCAUONTAR K.MII II,
k T,,"')ainl Vaara Old.
" otlcnerifro.oneot the
1 very largest of the
.''"'"t 'alt wny l,tw,!0n the
,' I'm summit of the
.Vde.the hiphest point
' "" l'iml. htandii the consid
;'' "f Orotiivm fumoiiM f,r Its
''.n Tree." the idcnticnl
l';;'mien which ll,nbohlt
' tup mst n,i,.lnt vop
n ho World. llmbUU
' onsonltsn ln
VJ"1 1"',',"r,'(l that it
chel oft,,,, nlhulcH to It H.M
. tho norld. For H
y ent unes th (.unnchen
hollow of this an-
r-r wan aiuldcly t,.rnii-
KmroK Ciiiiokici.k : In your issue of
March 8th there appeared the following
WANTS IT t'NOKKMTOOD.
Thk Dai.i.ics, March 5, 189S.
KmroK (,'iikonh I it : 1 saw in your
columns aome time ago where you said
that the jury broneht in a verdict against
Mr. llerbriug. We had nothiiiK to do
with it. His honor, Jndtfe Itradshaw,
told ut what we would have to do; so
please explain, that the outside people
will know how it is. Yours, etc.
One or tiii Ji hymkn.
As my nkine is mentioned in this com
munication (owing to my trip to Cali
fornia I could not answer sooner), and
as you omitted to give the desired ex
planation, you will please allow mo to
state that Tiic Ciiuonici.r reporter was
correct In every particular that be wrote
aliout my recent law suit in the circuit
court. However, at the gentleman who
signs himself "One of the Jurymen"
seems to have forgotten what actually
transpired In the court room, I will pub
lish for his benefit the following docu
ment as it apiieara on record in the ori
ginal journal entry :
A. 8. Collins and Mrs. A. 8. Collins
Now, on this dayeb. 24th, this cause
comes on regularly for trial, plaintiffs
apearing by A. S. Konnett, their attor
ney, and defendant appearing by J. L.
Story aud K. Schutz, his attorneys, and
there came eight good and lawful men
of this county to try this cause, as fol
lows: J. C. Wood, W. C. HanwO, A.
llettinKen, sr., K. W. Trout, G. W. Mil
ler, (i. W. Joles, James Harper and .
B. Adams, and after littt.ninq to the tri
timtmy nf witiirtur and the evidence in
the case, the argument of counirl and the
irud-ucliiiru of the court, retired in charge
of a properly sworn officer to eon$ider
the case, and after rielilttration returned
into court with the following verdict:
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for Wasco County:
A. S. Collins and Mrs. A. H. Collins, plt'fs
H llerbring, defendant.
We, the jury ln the above entitled
cause, find for the plaintiffs and againut
the defendant, and assess their damages
at ninety-two (pS.W) dollarB.
8. I!. Adams, Foreman.
Heing asked if this was their verdict
and replying that it was, the jury were
discharged from further consideration of
(sd) W. L. Bbaohiiaw, Judge.
The language of this document is bo
plain that it needs no explanation. I
acknowledge that my defeat in the
court room waa a complete one, but
whoever thinks that I am ashamed of
"lii defeat" is very much mistaken. 1
have paid this day to our worthy county
clerk, Mr. J. li. Crossen. those P'12.00
and all costs, and thus this extraordi
nary law suit came legally to an end.
The severe, but just criticism of the
result of my law suit, which apjiearcd In
your esteemed journal on March 24th,
was a true echo of public opinion, and
though legally defeated out of (.'t'2.60 for
goods sold to A. S. Collins and wife,
whom 1 am told now reside in Chicago,
I still say with the old Unmans: " J'utjf
junlitia, pereat mundut!"
Thanking you, Mr. Kditor, for tho
kindness you have shown towwrdi me,
an old citir.cn and taxpayer of The
Dalles, in my fight against dead beats,
I remain Yours Very Truly,
The Dalies, April 10th, 18'.3.
Waalhpr at ftaka O.pn.
The following is the monthly meteor-1
ological report for March by Vol. Obs.
K. N. fStaehr, at Bake Oven : j
Amount nf ruin and moltd auuw, l.iOiui'l,
bntiwUll. '1 Iiii'Iiok.
I'li-calllus (lirvetliin ol wliift, south anil ut1i
HOMTIII V Sl'HIlASV.
Monn teiojio-nlurp. 4A.
.MitAUtiiim ninN'riUun li"; (lute 'intli
miniiiioio U'ioKTiitori'. 'J ; rtnU) tnt.
'1'ntiil .rf'liltiilimi, 1 'JO liirhi(.
N.v cli tr ilinn.d; imrtly elumly, 14: cloudy, 16.
1'ri'vnilniK Imt (llni'll'Oi b. anil 8. V
Tutiil kiiiiwihII llnniiK the montu, 2 llH'lni
iJaU'tif I runt, 1'Jltl.
Coiivaixih, Or. April II, lfi'.KI.
T tin- KiM.ir ol Thk t'liKosiei.a.)
The cold, rainy weather still con
tinues. On the evening of April Sd, the two
societies of the preparatory department
of tho Agricultural college, gavo n liter
ary contest for a silver medal. The ex
ercises were conducted by tlio president
of the societies. Tho judges were (iov
ernor Pentioyer, K. 1. McKlroy, FUH'r
iiitendont of jmblic instruction, nnd
President Prince Camplxill, of the Stale
normal school. 'I lie total number 01
points possible for cither society to make
waa 1,000. The Athenian society made
1,703 points, while the Madihouiiuil
made 1,7U. When the decision of the
judges was made known, 1'reeidcnt ISIohs
stepped forward, and, with suitable re-,
marks, banded the shining medal to
Miss Addie IVavenKrt, the president of
the vanquished Athenians, who placed
it upon the liosoni of Madisonian presi
dent, Miss Jennie Thornhury.
The Cireroniant and Wcbsterians are
preparing for a contest to take place
sometime between now and June 15th.
The Ciceroiiians are not willing to let
the Welisterians bold the gold medal in
A Young Woman's Christian Associa
tion was organized at the college Iant
On that same day, the Y. M. C. A.
sent delegates to Albany to attend the
fourth annual conference of district No.
3. This district includes all Western
Oregon, and contains thirteen associa
tions. While tho convention was In
session, the first Y. M. C, A building in
Oregon, the one at Albany was dedicated.
The building cost something over $3,000.
and contains a good gymnasia, a read
ing room, parlors, bath rooms, ate.
Our school is losing comparativwly
few students this spring.
Students taking the agricultural
course, will have to retort at the farm
or orchard for work today.
It PNC HO RASH.
OM of ttva Abivat nf tba Ytmngar Cfch
Mjrr. D. J. O'Connell, rector of tho
American college in Home, has been
made coadjutor to the atfed Archbihhop
Kenrick, of St. Ixiuis. The new ap
pointee ih one of the ablest of the
younger eccleaioittica of the Catholic
church. He waa born in North Car-
MOIL l. . O'COX.NEU.
olina about thirtv-ciifht years afro aud
btudied for the priesthood at the Amer
ican college in Home. lie is a protege
of Cardinal Cibbons. lie came here
with Mgr. Satolli lust November and
returned to Uome in December. It is
now said that the pope railed him back
to make him an archbishop. The pope
has taken a great personal interest in
the young eeclcKiaMic.
ANOTHER VETEKAN GONE.
Uamth of Ahram IMtlly, a MirvWor of tha
War of 1H1.
It is long ago hince the "Treuty of
Peace and A tally Wtwecn (ireat ltrit
ain uml the l uited States of America"
was Kigned ut (.ihent on December 24,
114. And not until February 11 of the
follow ing year did the "gn at and joy
ful news" reach New York. Among
those who rejoiced, says Harper's
WciUly, was a young man of nineteen,
a corporal in the Eleventh (New York)
heavy 'artillery. He had Wu ou duty
at i'ort (Jansevoort and upon the
heights of Harlem, guarding MeGow
au's pass. After this he had been tar
tinned at the blockhouse in Central
park. A few days before the news of
tho treaty reached New Y'ork the
young man had been honorably dis
charged from M-rvicr, and, following
the American example, he forthwith
went into lnisinesa. That waaaneventy-
eight years ai;, and the ex-corporal,
who was Abram Dally, has just died. 1
To nil New Yorkers the. figure, or nt
least the name, of "Gen." Abram
Dally is familiar. The advancing years
gained for him the honorary title, uud
upon national holidays the old mun, at
tired in full uniform, would hoist the
tlag ever the old blockhouse in Central
pink nnd also ut the Battery. When
ever the flag was raised by the veteran
ho was escorted by the Washington
;outinenlul guards, nnd the occasions
were always pleasing nnd something
ipiirt from the busy li.V i'f the city,
.ien. Dally lived of late years with his
yraiulson in Brook lyu, wheri he died
m 1 ebmury l"i, nearly ninety-eight
yent-R of ago. The I'nitJ'l Mates gov
ernment allowed him a peusion of t s per
'1 hero is one wry of telling the speed
of a railway train which old travelers
claim is almost infallible. livery time
the enr p:it es over a joint in the track
there is a distinct click: count the num
ber of t'leso clicks in twenty seconds,
uml it is said you have the number of
miles tin' train Is g oingf per hour, as the
length cf th" '' is uniform.
Three-quartern of a second is tho timo
t 1. . II . M 1.- Al -
oeeupieil I'V ' ino uo oi a Knuo in vun
pum0iine. Tim knife is weighted by
joq pounds of lead, falls nine feet and
cuts through flesh and boues as easily
as throu.'h a Lor of soap.
Tut Dalles, April 13, lS'.t.t.
KniToa Ciikonici.k: A corresjiond
ent, signiiig himself "Citizen," sends
the following communication to the
Wasco Sun :
"The action of Councilman T. S. Joles
at the last meeting of the council of this
city is to tie commended. We need re
form in the ex X-lines of the city, as well
as in many other respects, and it would
now lie in order, as it is just liefore a
city election, for our water commission
ers to rise and explain why they are
paying over $1,500 a year for the super
intendent of the water works, w hen they
could have secured a first-class man who
would have given good bonds, for f'.MX).
These are matters that are affecting the
prosperity of the city, and now that an
election is coming on soon our people
ought to know about them."
If I were a member of the water com
mission, Mr. Kditor, I would rise
promptly and explain that "Citizen,"
like most of tha other "reformers" of
these degenerate days, is either ignorant
of what he it talklag about, or ha uses
the truth with miserly frugality. The
water commissioners are not paying
$1,600 a year ''for tha superintendent,"
but tha more modest turn of $75 a
month, and no honest, competent man
ought to be offered less. Nor are these
matters "affecting tke prosperity of the
city," that is to say adversely, in the
most remote degree, whereas cheap and
incompetent officials are dear at any
price. No one, I suppose, questions the
sincerity of Councilman Joles in bis
effort to reduce the salaries of city
officers ; but the wisdom of the move
ment may, in part at least, well be
questioned. The salaries paid are, on
the whole, as low as those given for sim
ilar service in any town on the Pacific
coaxt. It is ueedlees to say that the
offices could bo easily filled with cheaper
men. Of course they could. "Citizen"
himself, being a "reformer," would
probably not object to a place at tho
municipal crib. Most "reformers" are
built that way. But the city wants
good men and competent, and these
qualities will not accept small remun
eration except under pressure of neces
sity, and then only while necessity lasts.
Wiser far to pay fairly generous salaries,
and insist on thorough competency and
efficiency. This is the opinion of
Long Oepk Newa.
Grant county's stock inspector gave
the Eagle the follow ing information con
cerning the sheep of the county:
"Sheep have w intered well in this val
ley, generally speaking. The loss will
be comparatively nothing, excepting
Mr. J. email, who will sustain some loss
by having had to dip late last fall when
the weather was cold and Btormy."
Fruit in Grant county is yet uninjured
by the cold weather, and an abundant
crop of apples, prunes, plums, etc., is
The Eagle is informed that there are
about I'jOO bead of four and five-year-old
lieof cattle on Baver creek that w ill
go into the markets of the Northwest
Cattle buyers state that there will be
more l"ef cattle for sate in Grantcotinty
this year than were driven out-lost year.
One stockman of South Fork has a band
of three and four-year-wlds.
In The Dalles, April 13th, to ttha wife
of J. P. Conroy, a 10-pound daughter.
Work at Ih Locke.
The Iay Brothers have moved some
of tho derricks ajrl machinery, with a
force of men to the Monoghan quarry,
which will be a busy tcena now for some
months. Tho family of J. U.Day has
arrivi-d at the Cascades to reside perma
nently. Three lersof San Francisco have es
cajied from the pest bouse.
FIREPROOFINQ IS POSSIBLE.
Uul ConiliueUble Material la Often Ileed
Iveaij lard In JtulldliiKa.
Scarcely a week goes by, says a
writer in the Engineering Magazine,
that one or another of the journals de
voted to architecture does not contain
some article by experienced anil able
writers bearing upon the lireproofing ol
buildings, und. without doubt, there
could be formulated from these articles
a system of principles that would be
thoroughly cflicient to meet the re
quinuents. Iii the attempt to discover
right principles, the advice and assist
ance of the now noted fii-eproofing com
panies should not be neglected. The
demand wns no sooner created for a
science of tirepr.xifing than it was im
mediately met by the formation of
companies for the very purpose of sup
plying it. Tho new industry, with ex
perience as its teacher, has developed
year by year until at the present
moment there is not a first-class archi
tect or engineer in the country who
will deny that un absolutely fireproof
building cun be built, and at a reason
able cost. Y'ot fires of the most dis
astrous character are constantly oocur
ing in buildings advertised by their
owners as lirepnxif. It is not surpris
ing, therefore, that a l.irgo element,
probably va.t majority, of tho entire
community doubt the possibility of
const ni'-timr nti absolutely fireproof
building. It is an. ireontrovortiblo
f.n tlhat i vory fire whi.'h has takeu
plave in a "tin pnvif building has been
due to the indiscriminate use of com
bustible material ill its construction;
monsivor, it may bo demonstrated that
fireproof material could havo boon sub
stituted for tho material burned at a
cost not exceeding twenty per cent
Harry Ixmsdale and J. Oles go to
Portland this afternoon. i
Dr. Diane was called by telegraph to
Wasco last night to visit a sick tcrson.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pease returned
from the metropolis last evening by the
Mr. J. J. Cozart departed this morn
ing for his home near Canyon City,
E. McArthur and F. N. Wallace of
Antelope, are now in the city. The roads
being bad delay them in going home.
We are pleased to learn Mrs. W. II.
Wilson, nee Sue Cates. who has been
quite ill the last few days is reported
very much better.
Mrs. F. P. Mays and family are in the
city, audre the guests of Mrs. J. T.
Mr. C. E. McBrene of Tacoma is in
the city, and favored us with a call to
day. M. H. Delliiffhas gone to Riparia in
the interest of the U. P. boat shipping
Mrs. A. J. Borie, accompanied by
Miss Allie Gilmore, were eastbound
passengers today for La Grande.
Lute Burham, of the City stables, left
for Prineville and Eastern Oregon points
yesterday afternon with a handsome
four-horse rig and three passengers for
J. O. Mack has just taken a trip to
Mrs. T. 8. Lang returned from Port
land this morning.
Mr. I. J. Young of 10-Mile is in the
city on business today.
Mr. G. E. Williams of Seattle, is in
the city and gave us a call.
Mrs. Cradlebaugh was in town today,
returning on this afternoon's train.
Hon. H. F. Gullixson of Multnomah
county was an east-bound passenger to
day. Capt. Endersby and Mr. Chris. Cum
mings of Kndersby, are in the city to
day. Smith French went to Sprague,
Wash., for a week or two on the noon
Mr. M. Selldon, of Cathlamot, Wash.,
is visiting his sister, Mrs. John Bonn, of
Mr. C. J. Smith, formerly ot The Dalles
Marble Works, now of Portland, came
up last night.
Miss Henrichsen, who has been visit
ing Mies Brooks the past week, returned
t) her home in Portland on the Regula
tor this morning.
Mr. Dan Crowley and wife of Ante
lope have returned from the Willam
ette, where they have been visiting
relatives and friends during the past
Hon. John T. Crooks of Goldendale,
an old pioneer of 1848 and one of the
framers of the constitution of Oregon, io
in the city, the guest of his granddaugh
ter, Mrs. John Filloon.
The Rev. Mother Provincial of tho
Sinters of the Holy Names, Sister Mary
Marguerite, arrived yesterday from
Portland and is a guest at St. Mary's
Academy of this city. The Rev. Mother
is well and favorably known by a large
circle of our readers, as this lady was for
a number of years superioress of St.
Mary's Academy. She very likely will
remain hern over Sunday and return
home next Monday.
Oar Newa Noilci Letter.
M osier, April 11th, lnft.il
Editob Chhonki.k :
Mr. Hardwick has bought him a tea in.
The wheat is looking fine and bids
fair for a good crop.
The Rev. Mr. Ireland is grubbing on
the Shepard 40, preparatory to making
him a new home.
Mr. Leo Evans has grafted about seven
thousand Italian prunes. Over twenty
thousand have been grafted here in
The Hunter brothers and their fami
lies, including Albert Scvady, are going
to Portland for the summer. We are
sorry they are going, for they are good
There will be preaching in the new
school house, district No. 23, three Sim
days in each month. The second and
fourth Sundays by Mr. Wilson, and the
third, by the Rev. Mr. F. Irelaad.
In view of the fact that I had an invi
tation to visit your office, I thought I
would step in and tell yoa what a beau
tiful enow storm we had this inerning.
The air was filled w ith flakes as large as
five cent pieces. It looked lovely, and
to the casual Blind would cause deep re
flection. There will lie a Sunday school organ
ized here in the near future, not a de
nominational, but a union Sunday
school. Ail are cordially invited to
come and help to make a good school.
Last Sunday wo heard a very good ser
mon on the primitive state oi man (by
Mr. Wilson1, also a good refreshing
draught of temperance, which did our
! very souls good ; nothing so exhilarating
as the pure O'iiid hydra.
In a Hurry night.
Tlie road down about 8paniili Guli'li
in reported nearly impassable by reason
of washout?. As that in on tlio route to
Tlie Dalks, our early spring shipping
point, freighters and merchants will
HillY-r. And the camp is nearly out of
sugAT, too. Canyon City News.
I At the Methodist Koiscopal church,
April l-'tli, IfSM, Mr. JJenjumin C.
Mathews of Portland, Orepon, and Mihs
). Caroline Scott of Decatur, Illinois, by
I the Kev. J. Whialer, paetor of the
6600 EWES AND LAMBS.
1100 MUTTON SHEEP.
To lie ilHlviTol alter xhi-nrliiir t,tr Hfitr liif.i.
mull. ,n ilolrvj, kly to
It. w. W ET.m,
or V, K. WKU.S-. "''' .. Or.
Iltli St., fortland.Or.
The Ininortiil HelKlan
Will atH nd lor the xi'tuum ol
At Kli hmonil'a sthle In Tin- Dallea on Tri'tara
ami siitilnlnm: at lk Ynmis on Moinlaya
ami TueulHya: nt H. H.'ilnrini', nille wtut
of Uo)il V . o., on Wwlnwlu).
C.CC.Cl "'mrt! In l-ow by I. H. Htuhba
wvw oii, ot Kairtield, Iowa. ll.'Ua
Ilurk Hay, with II lin k 1'ointa, ami la rf-t-lnU.-rt-d
at Hrimnela an No. jini. ami In Aini rlr-o an So. VM.
I Oi l) in on of the fluent brrd Kraft Horana
ln America, is fuming s yeurn uld, and weiifha
IftOO pounds. '
TF.RM3 HI nirle aervlre 110; for the avanon l."i;
to iiinuro a foal IJO; in cluhn of five or more
mare to one man, 110 for the snaaon, or 1)6
to In mi re a fonl. Hv the w-anon payable Orbn
ber lt; to injure, due and payable ait soon an
the inure in known to b in foal. Mnro not
brought reKularly will be charged for by tlw
M. W. 4 W. L. FREEMAN, Owners,
Boyd, Wasco Co., Or.
TeW-If Vou want title to Gavernmeot or
Ntate Landa call on
C. N. THORNBCRY,
Late Eec. V. S. Land Office.
T. A. HUDBO.f,
D. S. Land Attorneys.
Over Sixteen Years Experience.
BUY AND SELL
C1IY4ND COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
Mnpvei FARM Property
Send for a Pamphlet describing thia land.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Thompson's Ailitira to The Dalles.
Thin addition is laid off into one-acre lotm and
indent! ned to be the principal residence partot
the city. Only twenty niliiutuea walk from tho
Do not be afraid to coniult or write us, we glvo
advice or information in all branches of our bua-
iness free of charge.
Settlers Located on Government Land.
Office ln U. 8. Land Office Building.
THE DALLES .... OREGOK.
Wasco wareipse Go.,
Receives Goods on Stor
age, and Forwards same to
For Sale on Commission.
vv. w. Oo.
THK DALMCH, OR.
MONEY TO LOAN.
We havo an unlimited amount
of money to loan on ap
proved farm t-ocurity.
TiioKMtuRY & Hudson,
The Dalles, Or.
WM. MICH ELL,
Ordora by dinpatch, mail or in person filled ant
hour ul the duy or nltilit.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST
Pictures framed in all styles and siieii.
Place of business cor. Third and
TIIIC DAM KM, - OHICOOW
NuTK'K l'OU Pl'KUC.VriON.
1 .uNDdrFH'R, The iHllea. Or., Mfh. W, 1H0.1
Nuiiiv i" hirrhy kiviii tliut the fnUoKlna;
nniinil Ki tlhr him liUd nntlreol bur intention to
innke linnl pi mil in mpport of her rlnini, and
Hint miid pr.I will be imiilo liefore the n kIK''
oinl rii'eivi r at Tim Uullta, Or., on W iiineMlny.
.lu i, Is'iJ, HI
lt.iiniteiiii Applii alion n. i.Vi, tor the KW
ol S i-lion H, I . .'i M , K. 1-' K W. M.
hHini H the folioKiiiK itne-we to prove her
r.niu,iii"un redolence upon and cultivation ol
Mini linnl, viz;
rwiiiuel I. I'litteraon, hir!r I,. Jryar, Olllaj
.-l er and ti. K. t'err-. nil '.f iVnteiiiila. I ir.
3-' tu JOHN W. LEWIS, Kctfiator.
NO I U K Is lieretiv (tiven tluit the uiiit. r.rinl
lum Inn appointed by the lion, l oiilily
i ointol the .-"tut oi uugoii, f ir ti e t viinivof
Wii-eo, liv an order duly made and entered in
the Illh 'i oi April. I'.i), noiiiiiu.-lri.ti.r of tha
i-taleof U lllnim II Dunn, lute "I WaM'i.C.illllty,
(ireu ill, and now il.ceni.ed. All Ja-iaolia h tvina;
lain. a CHint mud tUIO aie hen by liollin d t
pr"M'Ut the " line, properly verliii d. to me at my
olliee In Diillia I il. urea-oll, will. Ill all llulilb
irolll the date of thin llolii e.
iiiUl thia I lili duv of April, I v3
S.MIIAN H IIKAf t'ON,
Adminlxtil i. of the valuta of William II. Duna.
UiiaBriaKer ana EiuDalniGr,