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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1893.
The Weekly Chronicle,
The merry cockroach swallowed up
'I he wl I tor ' nw p!.
Ami inirniiirwl, "It l ni lve
A llturary UU."
I.,miM Rordeu U a candidate for city
The DaPt-H I.a tiilierlnur Cu.' "i.I in
lurniiiK out some lirst-clus lumber.
Tom Denton ,M I'liikinu ircHxl thiiiB
oirof lii" strawberry crop.
Strawberries lit the head of Mill creek
are just fiiirly lifciiiiiiiitt to ripen
u-ltnuirHlii! A Co. Mliinpeil a car load
liif horses to Portland lust night from
t their stock yard.
t ' The replevin ease of G. A. I'lilriimii
vi. ('has. Adams 'is "n triul thi after-
noon ImlorP Justice Hcli 11 Iz.
I (Several wool buyers are in town today.
There I" pl"llly o' wool l the murket, if
tliev ran Ixi t agree on the price. .
Tlie Dalle Mercantile Co.' feed yard
ami the loiumina corral are mil 10 over
flowing with freight teams toluy.
Edward (i. Brandstetter, alius E. C.
Keith, wild sentenced to Nix year for
forgery yesterday by Judge Miuily In
County school teachers are requested
to f " ard a copy of their quarterly re
potts ' the Ciiuomci.k ofhee for gratui
Mni y uf the fruit trees on Dutch Flat
are winter killed. Some fruit growers
insist that fruit trees in a windy coun
try should lie headed low.
Rev. J. Whisler will deliver the Wasco
Independent Academy bueculaureate
sermon thi evening at S o'clock in the
Baptist church. A curdiul invi' ' tion is
given to nil.
The new settlers near The Dulles
lanoU'ring Co. 'fc mill intend setting out
a . m h i ninny choice iruit trees next
em g. Thomas Johns xet out a good
apple orchard lit the mill this spring.
Tli if'nernl superintendent of the Pu
eifir Kx ores, (ii., w hose heiidiilurters
sir mi ( iiii.ilui, is in town toduy. It is
jr.-n.in-d his business on thirl trip is
rrl.tme to t lie Iruit sliipmeuts, in view
of i lecent cuts mild hy the railroad
.l.i s Lenrv, who cfliciatcs at the
V I', pump house, uliHvrved a laidy
ft s 1 1 1 -v in the r!ver yesterday afternoon
sInmii 4 ;'t0 o'cliM'k. It wus compar
t'ii lv ncHr the rliore, hut was iiing hy
i swi ny an to preclude liny attempt to
tn-iiiT ii, and in met it was soon Inst to
i;l.t hy an undercurrent. Mr. Leary
uui lie helieved it was the dead body of
h rum the Dull) Chronicle, V ednexluy.
Thi coiitnidlctioiit hi nnriiliiiir
should render im iinitc hiiinliU
V hn a 'int mi" tiiniivtliliia
'Tin then tlify any we "tumble."
('oitiia wonder, Armory hull June
Kewrved seats 75 cents at lilukeley &
Lift the Georgia wonder and get $ 1,000.
Armory hull, June Kith.
Tin Regulator will make her usual
trip to the Cascades Saturday.
The Raker is to go over the Cascades
en the ii.'ith, is the latest report.
Latest. reKrts from Umatilla are to
the e licet thut the river has fallen an
I'rof. Chas. Marden.the only success
ful hypnotist in America. Armory
lui! I, June Kith.
1 John t rull plead guilty and was lined
Vl yesterday for violating the fish laws I
Cum and Mux Lei lorn. The smallest
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Ariimry liall, June Kith.
A $,'i gold piece lost lietweeu Dr. San
Jers' ollice and I'ease A Muys. Keturn
t" tins olllre and receive reward.
If the present pronpeets for grain nia
triali. ( tregon w ill this year produce
tipwunlri of fifteen million bushels of
.The lioston wool murket of June IHh
quotes KiiHtorn Oregon wimiIA, fair,
II " ll-; choice, IHc; valley, 18 :flc.
The same resrt siiys that tlregoii wools
li.ivc Inii pructiciilly cleared up, only a
tuv broken lots being left.
In order thut the eople cun tally
JMnprchcml the extent of the Iruit in
rttiMtry, it might he well to state, so fur
s cun be learned there are alxiut 101),
f"li acres of ground planted with fruit
trit-B, the prune predominating.
The commencement exercises of the
Wasco Independent Acsidemv occur
Tliiiriduv Vivuiting. at the Baptist
ouch. The hai ciihiiireate sermon was
delivered lust evening by Kev. Whisler,
t which there was a large attendance.
r rank Fisher, a cnr'ieiiter, slipped off
s -vi n i .rehe wus working on the hill
I electric light building and
tiroke ins leg in two places. He wus
taken to Mrs. Byers lodging rooms in
the F'.ast End, and Dr. Kinehart culled.
He is resting comfortably this after
noon. Citizens ineetim at the court Imnw
"light, to select the best city ticket.
) t in the duty of every gins! citizen who
I ' the interests of the city at heart
I attend. There ha been inniiifest
'iit'.ueiuiiiu activity toil.iyoti the streets
by the different candidates, hut may
Din best man win is the sincere wish of
M. B. Zumwalt of Tygh Valley has
just returned from a sheep-shearing
trip, elevii men composing the crew.
Thirty-six thousand sheep were sheared,
being an average of 1,1IKI a duy for the
rrew, which is considered the top reirord
for this year. The clip is the cleanest
and best for the whole season through,
which has Isen made thus fur.
Miim'n tnlk tx nitly VHMir
Wliea It rillm tn liriiiKf or tiluinc;
lit- 'Ptliwi" 'bolll tlm 'inlier
11 ii t tit rrailii It JllKt tlit miliit.
The Lewiston Tribune recently Is
sued a 12 page edition, which is a very
Messrs. Saltmarshe t Co. shipjed a
car of lieef cattle to Olympia last night
from their stock yards.
tieo. L. Head has announced himself
as a canidate for marshal. Mr. Kead is
a very populur and sensible young man
and ileserving of the office.
The scalo has made its, appearance
within the last few days, and a little
judicious fighting right away, if general,
w ill do a great deal of good.
The question as to who will ocenpy
jKisItions at Indian agencies is practically
settled, as it will be a matter for the
the war department to decide.
Ed (lilicon amused a large crowd at
the Lust Knd today by sticking to a wild
cay use, w hich did its level best to buck
him off. The broncho did some high
old bucking, but Ed kept his seat on the
The Chinese emperor recently be
headed u native commissioner for smug
gling over Chinamen, for which he re
ceived f.'IO per head. I'resident Cleve
land is swinging the ax in just as lively
a manner on this side of the wuter,
tiiree heads lieing lopped off day before
yesterday in the Oregon precinct.
The Union I'licifiu brans bund, of
Albiui'., have been tendered a car to
gratuitously convey them to Chicngoand
return, to engage in a scries of comirt'ti
tive contests at the White city. This
organization numbers twenty-five of the
mo't reputuhle young men in Albina,
and it is considered one of the liest bunds
in the northwest.
Mrs. X. Harris entertained the Ladies
Good Intent Society at her home yester
day afternoon in a most admirable man
ner. After the business of the society
hud been transacted a social time was
enjoyed and the hostess served a lunch
of ice cream, i-traw 'berries and cuke.
It was decided that the ladies will give
a law n social at the home of Mrs. I). M.
French on the evening of July 4th.
Vlitt NftliiMiu Itni.
Wiiitb Salmon, June 12, 1M)3.
The fifth annual session of Washing
ton Slule dance is numbered with the
events of the past. It is conceded by
all w ho attended that it was one of the
best sessions ever held in the state. We
renewed old pledges, formulated new
ones, thereby uniting one and all in a
deeer, broader brotherhood and sister
hood of humanity. I cannot describe
the grand good time we all had, from
first to lust. Many good resolutions
were framed and passed, and we le
lieve the foundation for good works in
the future was laid. All newspapers
that kindly published the notice of the
meeting - o be furnished with a full
report of work done just as soon as the
secretary can forward them.
The meeting closed as it began, by
singing the song "There's a Good Time
Coming, Help It On." Under the in
spiration received from the meeting A.
II. Jewitt has begun to excavate for the
foundation of a new dwelling house,
and the first of a set of greenhouses.
The teamsters are now hauling nine
teen to twenty loads of telegraph poles
down the new grade to Palmer's landing
Our merchants seem to be doing a
There is talk ot building a Grange, as
well as on Odd Fellows hull.
Other items of interest next week.
Tlie Hl( llntiansa Co.
The U'llorn children Corn, who is
less than six years of age, and little Max,
who will see his 6th birthday October
17th, have been delighting the patrons
of Cordray's the past two weeks. With
out doubt these are the most versatile
ami talented clnklren wlio ever ap
peared on the coast, and their efforts
have lieen crowned nightly w ith mer
ibid applause. Oregoniuii, May 28th.
I nese womlertul children w ill appear
w ith the ltig Bonanza company at the
Armory hall Friday, June Kith.
Mill L'rerh School.
Miss B. B. Sterling is fetching the
Mill creek school. A Chkonkle re
porter visited the school Monday and
loiiml tiiree small Isiys and the same
nuiulier of little girls in attendance.
The teacher told him that she hud
eleven pupils, but thut some of them
were picking straw berries.
Miss Welsh is teaching the school in
the new district on the south fork of
Mill creek. She bus a very interesting
school of 22 pupils.
r'nr City Marnhal.
I) 1,'lH'd UlllVHIlli'1'8 1'
f : .:-v in.,.! .!.
ims-'lf as ran-
Mrs. Hop Kntrrtftlns Twa Bright I. li
tis fctrangors. Who Wr Ntnlra.
Two bright and pretty littla children,
a hoy of 7 and a girl of 4 years, have
been at Mrs. Hope's lodging house fur
. i i i . ,
two days, win were kidnapped from
Portland and brought to The Dalles by
Ben C. Uhlen. Mrs. Hoiw suspected
something was wrong from the talk of
the children, and sent at once for the of
ficers. By the time Sheriff Ward had
arrived, Uhlen scented a mouse and had
fled. Yesterday noon's train was care
fully searched, which was the first he
could have escaped upon, but he was
not to bo found, and was probably hid
den, though he might have escaped by
the ferry. Mrs. Hope stated that the
children were named Van Outran, and
came from Portland; that she tielieved
there was domestic infelicity between
the parents, and that the children were
to meet their father here. A telegram
was sent to Portland yesterday, inform
ing the authorities of the situation, and
Deputy Morgan arrived who will take
the children to Portland back tonight.
Co. A. Inspected at the Armorjr
on the Mllltla.
Brigadier General Com pson and Ma
jor Jackson, of the O. N. G. official in
spectors made an inspection of Co. A.
at Armory hall, a report of which will
lie published at some future time. In
the afternoon they were entertained by
local militia men hy a drive to Seufcrt's
fishery and left on the night train for
toints east, where inspections will lie
made. Lieut. Staags, of Co. B at Wes
ton, who was ordered to report at The
Dalles, was prevented on account of
sickness in his family.
Lieut. J. II. Ferguson of Hood Iliver,
was here on Monday on official business
for the 0. N. G.
There yet remains an nnexjiended
portion of the allowance for the Third
Tlcgiment band, which might be ntil
utilized to advantage in the near future.
Quartermaster J. M. Patterson, of the
Third Iiegiment, is fitting up iiennanent
headquarters in the first floor cf the
(intes building, in the rear of Maier &.
The new uniforms of the Third T.egi
ment ure expected very soon.
Col. Lucas, of tlie Third Iiegiment,
has resigned, w hich will necessitate the
election of n new colonel. Two majors
w ill Ie elected tomorrow evening at the
A Crack at the Fire Belt on the Bluff.
Much has been said of late in the col
umns of our local papers, regarding the
sweet chiming of the cow bells, by our
fellow citizens in the bluff addition, but
tlie cutest thing relative to bells came
out lust evening about 6 o'clock, when a
little tender hearted maiden, who
answers to the name of Hazel, was ob
served a number of times to run from
LTnion street and conceal herself in the
alley between 9th and 10th streets, evi
dently watching for something of a
startling nature. Upon being interro
gated regarding the suspicious move
ments, she replied : "I'm afraid of that
thing" (pointing to the new and elegant
fire bell recently erected for the Mount
Hood Hose Co). "Why are you afraid
of it?" wos asked. "I'm afraid it will
ring." Now strange to say, tjiere are a
number of older people on the bluff, w ho
perhaps don't know how to appreciate a
good thing when they see it, that have
been affected in the same manner as
this little girl. Oiisekver.
A Kellglous Tramp.
A tramp is a common sight; a tramp
too conscientious to steal a ride on a
train is not so common ; and a tramp
walking twenty-five miles a day w ith a
pack weighing forty pounds, and carry
ing a Bible is decidedly uncommon.
Yet such an individual was encountered
by the Chhonici.e man on a trip to
Mosier recently. II is manner is such as
to lend one to believe he is no better
than his fellows, but conversation with
him developed the fact that he is well up
on most subjects, including religion and
politics. He is a Swede, having only
been in the country four years, but talks
English very fairly. He is in search of
work and is now finishing a two days'
job iu the country, when be w ill proba
bly shoulder his pack, and trudge on
ward, utilizing the daylight at camping
places for further study of the Bible.
The fouilng- Cirrus.
Sanger iSc Lent's is not only the best
circus iu the world, but also the leading
Zoological institute of every continent. !
It has in addition a superb hippodrome,
and the only aquarium of deep sea 111011
sters in this country, also many living
wonders obtained in its travels that
would be impossible for others whose
territory of action is limited to fre
quently not more than a thousand miles
from their native village. Sanger and
Lent are favorably known wherever
civilization extends as the foremost,
most enterprising and reliable of man-,
agcrs. The great show will exhibit at
The Dalles, June 2.th.
Htckey Will Ha Krleaard.
Some time since II. S. Dukes, a son-
in-law of Hon. John M. Clavton, who
was murdered in Arkansas some time
'o, bi:iit a plioingrapli of Hickey t j l'r.
Itoane for identification, who collected!
and sent at once a number of affidavits
'"'H'nn iu picinrs was III
1 I ne ualle at the time ol the crime. A
letter acknowledging their receipt has
1 just been received by Dr. Doane us fol -
i . ...
"Please accept my hearty thanks for
your prompt compliance wiih my re
quest. Upon receipt of the affidavits to
which you refer, Hickey was released
upon a nominul bond of $1,000, which I
think may a well be considered as the
final determination of this now famous
case, as I do not believe the grand jury
will ever indict Hickey. Burkhardt,
the witness who tried to convict Hickey,
is still in jail, but will undoubtedly be
released soon, unless ho is prosecuted
A Verjr Entertaining Inaect If He Wasn't
Agent J. C. Luckey came in today
frot-i the Warm Spring Indian reserva
tion. He states that the crickets are
thicker this year than ever on the reser
vation and are proving very destructive,
many of the Indians losing their crops.
They are very voracious and soon clean
np a field of spring grain. Rye, which
is nearly headed, is too tough for them.
Two or three of them have been seen to
commence on a radish and follow it
down in the ground, leaving nothing
but a hole, and when drove of them
commence jn the morning on a field of
grain, the ground looks at night as if it
were freshly plowed. The Indians are
afraid to use poison, and there is but one
way for them to save their crops, and
that is by trenching.
TLv are a very interesting insect as
regards habits. After they start on a
course they will not be turned buck by
any obstruction, even to crossing a
river, which they will plunge right into,
making use of a leaf or any floating ob
ject to help them across. Nothing can
be done to change their course but fire,
and after they round this tiey w ill per
sist in their original direction. It is in
teresting to observe them withdrawing
from their skin, leaving the tenantleps
hide swinging from a bush or twig.
After emerging they are nearly trans
parent and are as varied and brilliant in
Color as the rainlioiv. The female de
positing her eggs is on interesting pro,
cess. Taken as a whole the cricket is 3
very interesting little insect, if he wasn't
so plaguey numerous.
To the Voters.
To the voteks or Dallks Citv.
Having had the honor of the nomina
tion for Mayor of Dalles Citv conferred
upon me unexpectedly and unsought,
and having heard my remarks made in
accepting the nomination criticised and
misconstrued, I desire to say in expla
nation thereof, that what I said in refer
ence to sewers, was this: That I con
sidered that the health and lives of our
families superceded all things else and
that I attributed the appearance of
typhoid fever, diphtheria and many
other diseases, to poor sewerage in many
cases, and that I should use my utmost
endeavors, In case I should be elected,
in cases where necessary, to correct the
same as soon as possible. I did not
wish to convey the idea that I would
favor the construction of sewers in all
streets and additions to the city, or the
taking up of old sewers and putting
them down. I would not convey the
idea for a moment that I would favor
sudden or sweeping changes in the
sewer system, nor do I think anyone
could so construe the remarks I made.
I should, first of all, examine the city
thoroughly and hunt up all death-traps,
disease-breeding ponds, alleys, back
yard sewerage, open cesspools, etc., and
have them corrected as siieedily as pos
sible, and this could be done in most
cases with but little expense to the city.
Connections w ith sewers already laid
could be recommended and enforced if j
necessary at the expense of those bene
fitted thereby, ponds might be drained
and pools filled up at but little expense j
and the general health of the city there-
by greatly improved. This may be done I
gradually and in a way not to le felt or I
that would become burdensome to any
one. Poor water and bud sewerage have j
tilled more graves in Dalles City than ;
from all other sources combined. We
now have good water and typhoid fever
has fallen off fifty per cent, within the
last two years, and I believe diphtheria
could almost le blotted out here by
careful attention to the sewerage, as
above suggested, and I further believe
that no honest citizen who has the wel
fare of the people of the city at heart
would disfavor the changes I have
named or would begrudge a pittance ex-;
pended iu that direction in, urgent cases '
w here health and lives were endangered.
I believe you could elect no lietter man
to serve you than lion. S. B. Adams and
if he is elected I am sure economy w ill
lie his watchword as it certainly would
lie mine, and as I am a taxpayer ana a
little stingy myself, I assure you that I i degrees removed, of the French states
will not, if elected, favor expending one J man of that name.
dollar of the city'
money unless it is
I .l.!ire to State that notwithstanding
l , 1:1., i
I iiiii a democrat 1 'i not 'avor tlie m.-
lection of a purely partizan ticket, as I
do not believe that politics should enter :
into the management of citv atluirs; and
when I d.vlincl a..v nomination on the ,
douiocriftie ticket I had 110 idea that I
wi.uld be asked to accept a nomination '
on the citizens' ticket. There are no I
doubt good men on both tickets, and no
ooiioi eacn Voter will vnln W I ia mm
lie chooses, irrespective of politics.
This is as it ought to be "The man and
! not the tartv."
' t i ' .
; d' 'sire, in conclusion, toexpresmv
, i,.. .
City for the great honor conferred on
me by giving me this nomination, and,
it elected, I shall endeavor to serve the
people honestly and faithfully.
W. E. Kinkiiaut.
I.lelit Atlcmlanes, Hut
The attendance yesterday at the Med
ical Association wus very light, in con
sequence of the attractions at Chicago
this year, and the fact that those who
were to have come could not do so on
account of the increased practice there
by. A grand banquet was given iu
Fraternity hall. Speeches were made
by many of the visiting doctors and also
by Drs. Rinelmrt and Doane. A spread
was madeforover fifty persons. Among
them were the following: Ex-president,
Dr. Kinehart and wife, Senator Hilton
and wife, Judge Bradshaw and wife,
Agent Lytle and wife. C. L. Phillips
and wife, L. E. Crowe and wife, J. T
Peters and wife, J. B. Crossen and wife,
M. T. Nolan and wife, Hugh Glenn and
wife, Miss Kuth Cooper, T. A. Ward
and wife, S. L. Brooks and wife, John
Michel, D. C. Ireland, Capt. Lewis, and
W. H. Wilson.
lit. 11. it. Holmes was elected presi
dent of the Medical association, Dr.
Smith, vice president, Dr. Cauthorn,
secretary, Mrs. Dr. May Whitney, treas-
uier. This is the first lady ever elected
to an office in the Pacific coast district of
The association and friends then, in
response to an invitation, took an ex
cursion to Seufcrt's cannery, w hich took
place at 2 o'clock by special train. The
visitors were much pleased with their
enter ainment here and spoke in a highly
complimentary manner of the city and
OLD BOYS AND GIRLS
if the Oregon
The 21st annual reunion of the Oregon
Pioneer Association will be held in Port
hind today, and a very enjoyable and
profitable gathering of the old boys and
girls, who helped to lay deep, broad
and strong the foundation of the Web
foot empire, is confidently expected.
Pioneers w ill secure badges from the
secretary, George H. Himes, 108 Second
street, as early in the morning as pos
sible, and assemble at Hotel Portland at
1 o'clock sharp. All will then fall in
under the banners representing the
years of their arrival in Oregon, as di
rected by Grand Marshal John W.
Minto and his aides, Dr. Curtis C.
Strong and O. F. Payton, esq., and
march directly to the Portland indus
trial exposition, where the public ex
ercises will lie held as follows, to which
the public generally are invited :
Calling to order
..By Aetiug PreRidi-nt John Mlntn, It-14
Mupfc Murine bund
l'mver by the chaplain
Kev. C. C. Btratton, D. D.
Brief introductory address
Acting President John Minto
AiinuHl uuiireis . .
(leea ioniU address
X, I . Ilutler, of Polk county
Hon. 8. W. C' ndon, of fnie county
Mui-ic Murine band
Benediction by the chiitlnin
Kev. C.C. Strutton, I). D.
At the close of the literary exercises
the annual business meeting will be
held in which members only will partic
ipate. At 6 o'clock sharp all pioneers and
invited guests will assemble in the din
ing hall at the left of the music hall in
the F; position building, and partake of
a bounteous collation provided by the
pioneer ladies' committee. At this Hon.
M. C. George will preside. After
eating there will be a "pioneer expeii
ence meeting," of an entirely informal
character, interppcrs.id with pertinent
remarks from invited guests, and also
An artist w ill In present to tuke a
large group picture of pioneers.
remedy is becoming so well
know n and
so popular us to need no
special mention, All w ho use Electric
Bitters sing the same Sung of praise.
A purer medicine docs not exist and it
is guaranteed to do all that is dunned.
Elect lit Bitters w ill cure all discuses of
the liver and kidneys, will remove
pimples, UiiN, salt rheum and other
affections caused by impure blood.
Will drive malaria from the system ami
prevent us well as euro all malarial
fevers. For cure of headache, consti
pation and' indigestion try Electric Bit
ters. Entiio sati-c.uction guaranteed, or
money refunded. Price 50c ami $1 per
liottle at Snipes fc Kinersly's.
Ma.;. J. F. Mki.ink, the new assistant
treasurer, is a cousin, two or three
Ir. llunn'A Onion Syrup.
This remedv is a sure cun foralldis-
ease .f the Tliront an! l.unp', caused
bv takilirf colli. It 'II ctop a COIIkili in
... . 1 ..
one niirhl, no matter how severe. It
j,,., vv,llt , ,umm implies; an .mion
syrup, ro'iiuulei in such a manner as
to do away with the unpleasant taste
hen in licet of a i nn lor a i-"i
c,t t,y jf. IVcr '0 c!s. S i M '
i-iluki ley A: I oiij-'hion.
A. A. Brown,
Ktvpn hill ftMwtrtuient of
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
which he .den &t Lw FlKure.
SPECIAL :-: PRICES
to Cash Buyers.
Highest Cash Prices for Es and
170 SECOND STREET.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.,
San Francisco, Calif.
F0)t SALE BY
PEASE & MAYS,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
Pofk and Beef.
Fine Lard and Sausages.
Curers of BRAND
Dried Beef, Etc.
The Dalles. Or.
Imported English Shire StaU)ir
No. 142, Lord Itawke, fi(ls7. Brrati, f(inloiIv
lKKl. Bred by M. Coward, Wnmorsloy, I'uiilo
frart, Yorkshire. ImporU'd Ihhm.
Hire, K liisT the Valley, :!1T4: he by lievnn
Bhire ljid, .r..; he by Conqueror, ,:ih: he by
Hertford, HKI7 ; be by Honeitt Tom, Mm!; he by
liatn by Waxwork, 2"JH.'; he by Waxwork, i"'J;
he by Hlttrk I.?, 144.
Grand Halle by Honent Tom, 1102: he by E1115
land'B Hero, 7,"i8; he by Derbyshire Hero, ,2; ho
by Xrbyiihire, 5t0; he by Herbyuhlre l'lirtpitt'n.
Having purclmaed the celebrated Stal
lion, LORD HAWKE, he will make the
reason at W. L. Ward's on Mondays,
Tuesdays and Wednesdays ; and tit Du
fur on Thursdays, Fridays and Satur
days. Charges for the season, 110; to insure.
The tiest of euro will tie taken of ani
mals, but no resiionsihility for damages
will be assumed.
Ixird I law ke won the . 100 premium at
Ilexam, England, in 18h8.
The pride paid for Lord Hawke was
A. J, McHALEY.
DIAMOND ROLLER - MILL
A. H. CURTIS, Prop.
Flour of the BestQual-
ity Always on Hand.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Wehavo an unlimited amount
of monoy to loan on ap
proved farm weurity.
Tiiornhury it llt nsox,
The Dalles, Or.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION'.
l S. I.AMl (IFFK I, Tlie tllllll'S. Or.,(
Mny l.i. iv.tl. I
Notice li hereby riven that the foHnwinx
nin'Hil tn'itliT hut. tiled nutlet' of hit iiil.-iirit.il to
iniike limil proof In Mioport of his rlitiin, mot
tloil Mild proof ufll lie iiihiIu U-fore Die II. iriMer
h;m! lo-eeiver Ht 1 he llulles, OrcMron, oil Tlinm
July i. tli, Is'.ti, Iz.
fharlea K. Maiirio.
Il.l,letee.l Hp' MrilttoH No. :S.V(, f..r the I.ot 3
of n I'. iit;d l't l of Section II, Tp. I N.,
h I.' K. .. M.
II-' ii ii..-?. l.ie foilo'Ainu uitneseM to to ve hH
ri.'iiiarl'i rt'M'ti nee np"ti ami i-iiltl'. ulion of
y..:-i !. vi..-
,. i,..'i c . iii. M.xaiiIr H'U!:--i! IV.t
loeuiii'. h i ot Al'ln n--e hiilol.., n!: of 'I'i.o
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