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THS DALLE3 CHHOmCLE gATTIBDAT.. JAJTTAHT 2L 1569.
Tie Weekly Chronicle. '
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0t tr-lve -
i: fui-tur- potential eqiihls ,11 cnroliinution of all
the Pol of the word."
It i ur,4titioiuilily lute thai the
chanter which tiiu Toted UWj add
ed to tins world's history in 1HJ8 fins
been a revolution t the rest of tlie fw
nations, and lias iininenMirr.hly in
itrfrmd m cvr
of the trust. On this mailer ticnry - - - j .
C oirs sV- power." Then it '-"!-: i f-r fi..i i-
' 3 ' .. .. ,. ',,.1. .;noiiL;nrf races, ilioro-'ardc'.'l ill F.lr .pitiw"" Uill
"In inoM uiPY i- - 3
i.. . tuk.-n l.S'jr, are in HUM regarded as the
in it PVii!.'L'i'mteil valuation
ies ire :il'.sorfed with the evpe :.ta
,i.n ih-t :hy will ! kept inle-.o.d
will" is capitalized t Actional tltjtiro ;
and poults are proroiewl which am
incompatible with the itiainteiwnw
r ! r ,,,o fnr nmiiwrU In enough to
Ls.iL-.t .w.,nhintrnni com- creased lh prestige of the Eiiish
' i . t? i IF . ' naa.Ml flit .WfliLtf a (
i tu,ti,i,m ftr ta tv off auhlic diti. si)"K.ns races, r.ir ikmuu , ,j p "
General Itrooke has in.i2uratet a j w .. yj nr iul wilU tUe United Mates when the
ivnm in Havana which will Ike a ,. ." , ni'icr nminnii i(ro mure or It! un-
nowl innovation in American history rrl(.n(,y m8 ,Pf, the menus
tr,pointmenii. to ortice wiihont a fo, , iu lft0 in. din on England, hy reaction.
politick poll Iwhind -hem. The wis- . -nutation a a 1 liUlo of the tfnry which
d.m of his proeedore : alrendy at) I ananom mnr:ot't4 Income in- ' Sut.w gained. Moreover, in the AfrU
parent. Reims gathered around Uim' ,rIStrihntion of "an campaign England 2.i''
in the civil adminiiritionor the o:ty . -enritiwi
NO INTEHE3TING LEOJSLATTON. , 'T'V'V
m v - i.
rt:.ir unnn such a hnnis as thes.' once to the position
uiH.inriafiiU' r.. tiio ,nnf nan. 1 whii h she held at the opening of the
jecm ineviUtJie present century, during the dayi or
iU!tnoU8t cnnnm, rmvinj receiveu a
CaWTO!., lfin. Jn. IK T.'n;rB was
another sUi'rt sewion of tlie senate this
Routine iiiiMneM iftntiitiiBS, with hat
measures uoiainn up tor aual
The Cottage Umi'S charter bill has
lid aim the bill
inthonzina ttin uajtees at the Jefferson
institute to tranirter pmjrty.
of ihed- rHnpaii,"I t!l ,tat fttir aPPra'
. oriation was referred Ui the house com-1
- . I
the "nited mnl"8 waM "u
A uieasnre reiiucing the aaiarv of the
district attorney of the Third district
resloied her at : promises to cause a iiTeiy aituiusuiuu
of iniluence nBn 11 "i" "P lor anai passaije.
The assetnblv vriil attend tlie Woric-
No. 7 W)oiIanJ
N'o. i Wooil Garla:
men w!io hsv the confidence of all j
cU- of islnndprs. and half the hl-
- ! :.... ; .i . i i u rn huna is;
1 ' nutcpgs. It WOU it
won at uie winning oi u.e v- m,mt.. -t. no P.U. and about two-'hiivls of cen
ernor-hip. ITe is wn free rein to ' ,'nt ' ' hnnnmft . htlPain(r Uirv Inter in the t.mes of I'.ilrner.ston Pwlal ivitation.
' i . r i Tt ts iripv iilc,iv llirt wnutA will defeat
chooe the most competent men to
ivformn and is not
j r.7 cook stj jv IoJ.O
N'o. 8 Wood Gariaruf. jr.,. reservoir and ba.--e 25. 00
No. 8 Bridal Garland , 23Xi
N'o. 8 BrldaL Garian(i and reservoir
No. 8 Home Garland cook atove
N'o. 8 Home Garland cook and reservoir .
N'o. 8 Home Garland rane-.
N'o. 8 Eorne Garland ranse and reservoir
No. 8 Empire Garland steel ranje .
Also a full line of Cole Hoc Blast
Heaters just received..
rtvent. what would ne the Hitimiion or
the -federal Wande and ! , . u.-i. f....i..- ,1...- i mo .....t ! nreme cnurt,
- t : . . i n ... .. ,r ii' hi airnni iiiii'm 1111 . Lfr linn L . isiki iim.i ,11
earrv out his
tlta listr.A Imnirrlt ftw nil
mother country. General Vood j
adopted the .wron methrwi in rutmo
and hns ma !e a mo!el city in si!
months out of material which as ;
sear bveicw a a municipaii'.y can
he. Flow loii! tlie administration
will allow the1 splendid offlcerf to
exercise tlieir unhiaxed judgment la
4 matter of conjee' lire. ft certainly
wtll not be Ion? if there ara many
iJOOO position to he :iv.n ont j
lrr!mp the sncccw of General j
"Wood in Sintidtro may eventually j
sffect a change in appoiiMiv methods ,
in the Cnited States. ft ha" often
been urcd that the appo'ntiva pownr
be limited to-the chiefs of depart
ments and the highest offices in the
diplomatic and aonsolar service. This
has been the aim of civil service re
formers for twenty years. What
theve is of the sy-item worked well
mitd profewionat- politicians bean
their systematic efforts to rnin it, and
tliey are even now attaining that end.
IW the eoh.ntes are not yet under
the domination of tho wirepullers,
n4 the administration of affairs
tbera may lie ex pelted t- S clean
f as honorable; a .a regular srmy
ttffloer can make them. If General
Brooke r,rt fenenl Worxl ar let
ilone, there is no rtoobt of th oiti
pacification ct most skepti'-al
Civbaas. it they are hampered hy
'A prcfessKma' (xiticians, if will
o tska lon Ut breet reat dis-y.ntel
question in- polities; and, in that
were found flooded with
and Disraeli. The alory of the Entr-1
lih-reald races, however, dates hi!I ln i1"89 to l1'8
111a conn ooiuumMiuii
will, however, receive moro favorahlB
Evercbudy knn'.v thut "t5ar!and"' stove and ranjeir are the
woriil' best niev combine fieiihiit finish,, durability, ant oa
veniunco, w:theconom? of fuel, and ia spirwot ail enmpetjtion, holj
their station mr in aitvance oi ad oihersi We take- pleasure- ia eail
iuts attention U) our del oi -ituvesan hand.. 3iiid sxi:!aai?eiv by
MATTER A FAflCE
thpse ; had a far lurier shnra in that glory
mu.nr j than lite world then or since clearly ! wnwuwai.nn.
Iff. CIws i entirely rlcUt. These I realized. "Wis are forced to Vik , CLERKSHIP-
! 'riiRts must at no distant dav. he- every mcrnini what victory there '
I come a burning question in politics. ; is," said Fforace Walpole, in I :), ; raum rimi-Kiiinoii .iiivriy
i and when that day shall come the -'for fear wa may miss one." A I " -""""'
American people must do battle with, strong basis of tnuh underbid that. Cacitol, Sslom,. Jan. 10. In the
a cunning giant.- jocose remark, So other country ; bouse this momintr If ;.'n inirndunsd a
Consider the possibilities of one of j had aver played so jjlorioua a part in ! m moriai ta ennrw relative to Ameri.
these aiiantic trust,, that of the j toe history of the world a England , aan Mnstrnction, ownership, and enntml
' , . , , . . of nie Sicarauua canals
American Steeled Wire Company, I nad been play for year or two ;
organized last waek with a capital of at that time, and her American col-; aloptP(1 is a frtrR8-. clerks are allowed
4!)0,rt00,00. This single combina-' onies bora a prominent share in the j M any chairman asking fur them just
tion could aiford to snend annually ! work which that country performed. ! the same as in former years..
Harawara arict Cracary
Tha Dalles, Or. t
At the time when Walpole spoke several measnree relative- to railways
.... i are reaiy to he intrmiuced..
the Victories h;vt just tiuen phice liJ , . . .
Tha house paeseii the hid. amending
which drove France out of North ,u4,k.-j r.uii. m. -
The mor fact thai, eov.e ant tiv
elation U the M Sod nes esm
paia:n the mora cme. Unds to- -lmire
in Kitchener, tlv tij of Great
an enormous sum to . secure for itself
"friendly" consideration by the
L'nited states senate. There are
forty-uva states and ninety senators, j America, and saved the greater and ( measure admitting the Oregr.a City
Cm an average fifieen senators ate j better part of the New Worht to'eharter,
eleeterfanmmllv.. rialafion so m ii.l ' AnhvMaxon civilization, England I Jldiciary enmmittee reported advene-
as to reduce the profits of this trust
by i per cent only on its capital stock
would mean to it 4.)00,yi0. Rather
than endure, vigorous lexislation, rhis
had bee a gaming victories fn Europe
ly.na. hill proviiliiiif trvr additional
judges of the snpreme eonrt,
Mr. Morton, of Wiumiu, has the follow-1 snowing tat amounts of all claitng pre-
ina bill on the clerk's detk to knoclt out entlt tna najjiei of a.1 elmmants, the
the budiness of treaduir: "That any I article or ciaiot foe which; payment is
person whn shail in any saiuon or place j made, th moant allowed and the 1
where liquors- am sold, irv or tratl J cjnfciiiie.i or rejected at the $
another to any drink or other quantity I Ja- term, of tfc Coonty Coort o! I
of spirituous,, malt t vinous liquors,
with intent than the same shall be drunk
or consumed by tue person: so trwateit,
shall hejiii.'ty of misieixieaaorP and
upon son 3u:Uiin thurwif,. shall be poa
isheit by a 2ne of noc ie thaa o nor
ar.ore than 121), or by ioipriscnmat ia
and Asia as well ss in America, for : aftaafj)r!, micn M,t jr,!ky adressed . the coaaty jil of tne enaaty wfcere tveh
close at that time of tlie .seven ! memorial service last Bibe, many of the
sine trust could well afford to throw I Tears' WarT but the part of the, con-; ""t ami reprssenuuve tin m
I'i0i00 annually into these fifteen I Hict which took place in the JTsw . tfn'"!'
l , , 1 F5ith hon.si3 are rapid, y eleanex their
senatorial elections a- corn tion j World was (hat part which tout
fund of i50,ft00 for use before every
legislature electing a senator I
When one reflects on the corrupt
ing possibilities of one trust,, the
mind is staered by the thoolit of
the evil which may he wrought hy
the scores of trusts now iiv existence
the strode which was drawing to a thoisani people at the Wrkmea" effte rs enmmitted. not 1 tba two
not eicr than ten ds.rT Aa emerjeocr
clause is aitUched.
The Telegram sayt:
"If the biU of Morf,oa of Waeo eoon'.y
ta prohibit treatici ia barroon., tntr
dac.vt in the boose yesterday, become
U there will be many a beer ball losier
who will bar lo fo dry. It it not be
lieved, however, that the bilC will pats,
ror the saloon men bi too many friend
amoo g the legislator!, fsnea d it appear,
however, that there is any probability of
the bi I recetitn; favorable eooidera;ion
greatest interebt for England. Ta-;
the New World the colonies which a j
NIGHT SESSION OF THE SENATE
few years later became the- L'ftiterf i i.Mltlr,raM wrt r.r.. r
States were far more, prominent in " r cuMmiiM.
the stm?j'e than was England her-!
self, and forced En.w into it. L ltm'U-
, ! held a ftiifhtf session lael ni-jfhl, whea
Twoth.rds of the army which fonjjht ,wtlM mAUn t.fA tbt ..teotio. of
in this country. Spokesman Review,; England's battles iiv th New World i the tenanors.
J j in- that con diet were- contributed by j This ftiorninjf th senate passed tw
Gertersl Shafrer, on- his way Wesv! the colonies, th fes; of lb English - bi"' firM wwt.ie lor the right f
to take charge of tlM department of officers, aside, from Wolfe, wer; '7' wno
adfornia. mnnderng an oral; Amencans, 3oi00 srJdiers faih4 1 ft0(, ..... .
si mi'.ar fo the on lieutenant Hobsrn j by the colonies bad lost their lives i ; f,ybi.
underwent while crossing th con
tinent. The wometv only ncontered
uick to fpreciafe his merit and
ess show if speciafion by givift
fighting their ow and Enjrland'; After boldiag a (rtyminnt session
battles, while It: ', t of the tx-th ' di'd H 2-) Monday.
arrest dlfKcnlfy n their enthusiastic penditre of the war wa provided , . , T p M.bul p,'',','
oscuiatwy rci because, of the i; by A merica, and Jew than a third of u w.k-.. ' a
Sfeaeral's enormryin circumference, ths sntn was ever refnndef! ,v the! onaV,tn with the rn.-r,mt Mw.
ia fees to private attorneys tor wRt::-
days for America as well for Great moneys rto the stau, and provid-
ft U f!.Ua-.A. atLrf t ,v.r- ,B m'' whereby state attorney
Britain, X admtrab'e thing aboot Seriosly, tlgh, there should be an mother country. Those were glorious
if ai! h tba the l!rlti-A Termt t ,mmfx)t 4-,pt!4 ad- flays for America as well a for Great1 1
miration for beroes of the wr.
not a befitting act or (he yn of
him pTMikoUf free Fwnd ir the f;f renting Amer.raft womsr, t
publicly kits an atter stranger W
governsseftf, t,i the re;on. The idea
snegests itself Ibaf the I'aifed iita?es
wiijjhi fcave showni as (treat wisIor
"d i reeognizefl 'ewey' meril f,y
giving kiwi a freer snd itt tfe iTfiilip
p'.ne? an1 dons wi'h tbe asorsnc
hn the trnst would not liate fen
m!sp!scfI. I'.iif Kt-ffetary A lifer
wants sr army ofTieef at (he !d of
affairs, so this is n'd to be,
Kltthpfier a whole f smpslgn In the
So . dsn, lasting over two years, cost
two ati'1 a Wf rdl!ions, and t fhe
Jfl he bad a rsilway the flist crwt
of whlf h Isesllirisfed at about two
ndlllotis, thfi'iijh listing frpp ll,,r It
flofs hot represent by any mpnns
that eFtidilur, In addition Im lis
Icltgrnpli lines, stumers on th! JS'ilo
and Infge WoiksliMis,
kitclirtipf and I)ewry enrli jossfs
in a tilijli ilnurce fnllitary ghlus and
the ability of administration. Kittli
men art- fare. Few of tlirm aro ttorn
in n tetituiy. When one Isdiscovrfd
H lulifit ves a itjovrftimput to mnke
the mist of ti I io. Great llriUlu's t.
jierlerco has taught Imt this. The
Ifnitnl Mates triay Imve the knowl-
ilge, luit Ins not put It Into servic e,
being lmndlfnpied hy liienibeis .f
the admltiistrslioM. Spokeamnn lie
wau. nriwKr mahvkik
n Wall a'r.'d is taking alarm
i.ilm rotslli'l "Induilrisl" aecur
ltlr, the olitfl word fur (lie stork!
ways for American women 1o display
their profound admiration for min
bating performed valorous deeds
tfin by hogging and kissing tbern,
1 his (tactic Is f.atiwous and subject
U tl aet.;st criticism from a
standpoint of detcficy, Telegram,
There- arot!W and mora dedicate keep her colrmies in aw. They
stand no longer In heed of her pro
tection. Mi will call on them I.)
contribute toward snpprting the bur
dens they hive hel'l to bnn on
her, and they will answer by striking
off all dependence." The prophecy
of that day became the. history of a
dozen years later, ISut naturally
those who then began to foresee
America's greatness did not corn
prebend Its full measure, ur drearn
how quickly it was to assert Itself.
America' influence on the current of
the world' history, which l now
manifest to all men, began to take
effect at a far earlier period than Is
commonly realized today. Globe
ammuija'h wonut isfujp.si-k
Europe Is ticginnlng to grajp Hi
fact that the United Mat" Is nn in
flucnthil member of the family of
nation, but it doe not firmp the
wholo lit the f id or apprehend It
full aiiffiiflearice, The latest Issue of
the London Spectator ha an article
which snj that the "dominant fact
of tlie year 1MH wns tl,0 ri'S In the
position of the Kinjllsh-apenklng peo.
pies." U rerntilks that "oil tho Oilier
aide of the Atlnntlo the people of tho
United Mate., moving n If they were
forced .n by some Impulse from
without, with a minute nrtny in be.
ing, a president ecmlly rowed to
pence, arid a minister of war most
kindly desc ribed a a iliorlnlghted
amateur, crushed the ancient mon
archy of ?pBln almost without effort
and sealed tlicmelvc(n great Islands
In Ilia Caribbean and the Paclnc,"
and add that "A met lea has become
within me year, In the eye of those
who control armies and fleets, almost
fthft'l An th mrV .
statesmen already begsn to foresee j Tbe lobbiea still eontinne to be erowd
America's rise, -En!and" said th ed with peopi norsinjr jt schemes,
r'rer.cb diplomat, Connt Vergennes, Wstriet and dep-jty district attorneys
cause he better served his eonrdry in will ere long ttju-ht having removed ' r" moch denee at the state boose
times of danger than ,-Jid Ids brother, tb only check (France) which conld I '"iT'7' ... .
m .-, n'..i P. . , will Vllin Uft IOr
consideration Monday, the bonne having
aJj inrned antd 1 :Z0 Monday.
The fortieth anniversary of the admis
sion cf the state of Oregon to the Union
will be fittingly observed by the two de
partments of th Oregon legislator, as
sisted ry the resident of the Capital
City, no Tnesdsy, V& tmtj 14th. In
fact the celebration will be of a dual
chsrscter, inasinnch as Febroary 14th
marks the fiftieth anniversary of the ex
tension of United States laws over the
then territory of Oregon. It is proposed
to bold the erclr-es in the legislative
chamber of the honse. There will be a
morning session, fur whic h three ad
drcaxes have been arranged, one each to
be delivered by representatives from the
expcutlve, Judicial and lectslative de
partments of the state. In the after
noon It is proposed to have an oration
delivered, tho exercises Including vocsl
music. A banquet will probably be
held In the evening.
VVaaco county, Orrgoa. The lollowing
list, however, cloea not contain any f
claim for which the salary or fee ars
provided fur by statute:
it Vincent's Hospital and Was- ' '
co eonaty poor f i5 50 1
Irwin-Hodsoo Co, soppiie 62 25
Cha H Crx-ker. sappliee 72 00
Chroaici Pub Co, printing and
pabliiQing ;i 50 '
M ays A Crowe, supplies and la
bor., 112 30 f
Oregon TAT Co, meteag and
rent 0 30 .
Snipes-Kmersly Drug Co, medi- '
einu for pan per 1 93 i
W H Wilson, proiesetonal er $
vices 30 00 j
J T Peter A Co, sapplie county
roa i 15 57
Boy' and Girls' Aid ocietr. S
car Wajro co children
W'irJ 4 Kobertsoo use of teaui
(i PCrowell, sapplie paoper .
J Cargrat?. meals, juror
A E Latr. lumber
: vv vr 1 rv.,
a. effc, will be made to .pt 'hon 1 pVof ser"ceV . .
bill 5o. 104" from th operation of th I M Z Donneil. medicine for pan-
Us." I per
Should the bill pas, its effects would 9 5.Uto-T neaiing lumber
be more far reacbiag thaa say temper
Kli'Kant new Pullman pulses le-pcri
between Portland an I Chlc igo have Just
been placed in service via tho O. U. A
N., (irrgon Short blue, Union Pacific
an I (Jhieano A Northwestern railway
dally every clay in the yesr. Car are of
the very latett pattern, In fsct being the
most 1 in nro veil np to date sleeping ear
turned nut by the Pullman Company.
These new palaces will leave Portland on
th verdng fnst train of the 0. It. A X.
arriving at Chicago the morning of the
onrth day ami running through with
out chunga via (irangnrand Omaha. 19tf
T Ours a 'nl.1 m Dm lis,
Take bsxailve P.romo Quinine Tab
let. All druggist refund th money if
it fall to cure, 2oe,
The noted evasie'iat, Sam Jone, has
the right idea in regard to the criticisms
on liobaon' kineing tour. However, be
certainty could not hate' takes as hi
text upon the occasion ten be made
the following statement, the word of
the Bible. "Greet all the brethren with
a holy kit," which wonld excuse the
sister for Ibeir conduct and compel
Hobaon to receive them witbont a mar
mar. He lays:
"The newspaper may decry Hobeon
and (peak ill cf him, bat he ha tbe pro
found sympathy of my heart. Why, to
kiss everybody that comes alenz, from
tbe old maid with most on her lips to
the gay widow; to kis the old eister
whose nose and chin are meeting ; to kis
the good, the bad and the Indifferent.
"Gentlemen, I like kissing, bat I want
to pick tne time, place and case. Poor
Ilobson. He needs the prsyers of tbe
church and the sympathy of bi com
rades." Woodnia Installation.
This Is Your Opportunity.
On receipt of t'n cents, cnh or stamps.
a Uftanrout siiimilo will be mnllod of the
Tuesday night at Fraternityball, Mt.
Hood Camp. W. of W.f and their
auxiliary, Cedar Circle, Women of Wood
craft, Installed their officers for the en
suing term. After a piano solo by Mrs.
K.J. Collins, Mr. Ja. Snines Installed
tbe following officers of Mt. Hood camp:
Con. Com., C. T. P.aweon; Adviror, C.
F. Stephens; Hanker. C. L.Phillips;
Clerk, W. I). Harper ; Escort, S. I). Gar
ner; Watchman, R. G. Wilson ; Sentry,
D. W. Mann.
Tho officers of Cedar Circle nere then
installed by Mrs. Anna Iilskeney:
Guardian N., Mrs. Ollie F. Stephens;
Advisor, Mrs. Inex Fllloon ; Clerk, Mis
most popular Catarrh and Hay Fevsr Cure! Kt,a Wrfin Banker, Mm. Ella Dawson ;
(Kly's (trnara ltalm) sufficient to demon
strate tlis Krimt merits of the remedy.
CC Warren Ht., New Tork City.
Hev. John Ttold, Jr., of Grout Falls,Moiit.,
recommended Fly's Cream Halm to me. I
can emphasize Ins statement, "Itisaposi
tlv euro for ratnrrh if nsd as directed."
list. Francis W. Poole, Pastor Central Prof.
Church, lli'lena, Mont.
Ely's Cream Palm Is Hi acknowledged
enrs for entnrrh and contains no mercury
a or any injurious drug. Price, 00 cents.
DcWItfj Witch Mazel Salvo
Uirts PlUs. bcaldi. Dura.
Magician, Mr. Pell Merger: Attendant,
Ml-s Emma William; I. 8., Miss Lena
Jackson; O. H., Mr. Jus. Tuylor; Capt.
of Guards, M iss Kaclu l Morgan Man
ager, Mrs. Viola Itorden.
A vocal duet by Mesdume Jayne and
Groat, select reading by Mr. Inex Fll
loon, Instrumental duet, piano and man
dolin by Mlssr Eola and Lela Kelsay,
after which refreshments were eorved,
and asocial time followed.
One Minute Cough Cure, cures.
That Is what It was mads lor.
IaUs Lumber Co. tambor..
Mrs Porter, eoatesmg Mr Pra-
ther to insane asylum
Wm Heozie, baa. log
M Luddeman, pmeecuticg atty
fee, not allowed....
H Gleno. work on e h
Irwia-Hodson G. jpp:ie
S M Pulton, ue of toiing place
M F Shaw, examining insane. .
Ray None, homing criminal,
not a: lowed
Owen Babcock, hunting criminl,
Ward A Sons, lomber
Harbison Bros, lumber
Perry McCrsy, lumber
F S Smith, labor oa vault
H Clough. do
Wm Michel!, burial of Pauper..
W H Butts, boldineinaaest
M M Cashing, board and care of
non res paupers
J O Mack, work on records ....
Frank Hill clerical serv
F 8 Gunning, material for vault
Grinning Hockman, labor
J E Hardy tarnishing bookcase
8 D Fisher, lumber for bridge. .
J T Elliott, labor or road
A B Billings, lumber
Lane Bros, blacksiuithtng
J L Kelly, rebate on taxes
Baldwin Rest, meals lor jury. . .
Oregon TAT Co, rent and rue
age Johnston Bros, supplies for pau
pers Maud Gilbert, clerical ert
Wm Frtzier. lervlnir aubnoenas
In Multnomah co 12 00
T W (sweeten, arrest and keep
Jobn Doyne, lumber
G B Woodworth, material for
W K Garretson, repair of clock."
k Mays, transportation oi pau- .
per 40 00
I, A. M. Kelsay, County Clerk for
Wasco countv. Ststo of (Iretron. do
hereby certify that the above and fore- I
going is a full and complete statement 4
of the claims presented and ac tion taken
thereon by tbe County Court of Waico '. 1
county, Oregon, sitting for the transac
tion of countv l"i''iin's at the Sept.
teiin, iH'tf, tlr-rcof, nine and except all s
claims the salary or fees fu.'ahich ar ( ,
provided lor by etiiiuic. t
Witness my liaml ami the seal of the f j
County Court anixnl, this 21st clT ? t
Of Januarj, IS'J'.I.
A. M. Kklbay,
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5 00 J
40 00 j
35 00 ?
1 8-S r
5 50 f
6 00 t
24 40 I
8 00 ?
19 00 I
26 00 !
24 00 y
8 10 1
1 00 !
1 00 ;
6S 80 f
s 00 i
30 30 I
5 00 I
14 53 J
lb 50 I
8 70 f
13 00 j
78 00 '
13 45 t
2-1 00 f 1
Cash In Hour marks.
All countv warrant registered prior f T
to Melt. 14, lH!)r)( will U Pni,j t mj a
Office. Interest cease after Jan. lb
1'-W. C. L. Pittr.Lif. i a