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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1891)
THE FORFEITED LMDS.
be requirect to show that no perjron" has
Notice to Fuel Consumers
in good taitn asserted tne rignx w
a tre-embtion or homestead Seetsl
upon the land sought, to be pjfEchased.
The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
Entered at the Postofflwe at Hbeti
as HecOndlfiMs puitter.
"Governor " r .V. r - :t.
retary of State. .-
pt. of Public Instruction
O. W. MoBiide
...E. B. McElroy
J. N. Dolph
J. H. Mitchell
,-t f CQMTTC OFFICIALS.
Treasurer, j . J.vi . I , -U : a j -i j ' rHifc
Comirrfsrfuueia..l. I.. JKlV,.r Kiriciua.
Assessor , -. John E. Burnett
Survevor. . K. F. Sharp
Superintendent of Public Schools. . .Troy Plielley
Coroner. . : .-. . : h . . .&. . ..William SlieheAl
Tim Ffmtio i.va:;vi
Mr. JiortpjrtJi jqaining vngiiift!i:r and
manager of the coal mines near Fossil is
in townanr has lit? hid room-,'1 "Htr- 4y in-
the Fraeer house ott Vhibil street,' it :siun- j
pie of coal ' froin : 'ther inines
who desire;ihe'prosperity aiid ! adviln'cb-'
ment Of our cityi wight to iiispect; "--It is
from' the seani' ' they ' are ' 'working ' this
winter and is unddubtetlly the "best' coal
so far discoveretl on the Pacific coast.
Mr. Thompson, : of ThonipBon &,Far
gher, was around, looking; at.;, the -coiil
yesterday, and ohtaind a few. pounds for
practical test.. He took it - up to his
blacksmith shop, and his partnor in the
presence of about half a dozen citizens,
cleared out his fire and with the Gilliam
county coai heiiteU two
and made a perfect weld.
pieces of ' iron
' The wav'" the'
coal burned was a surprise' to both gen
tlemen, .'there is not a. trace of sulphur
in it, and it gives a clear bright tii from
start to finish. They unhesitatingly
pronounce it far ' and . away the. best
native coal they, have ever, used on this
coast, and almost'- equal- to j the! famed
Cuiiilerland coal: "Mi1. 'Thbrnbson has
tak'n'pains to investigate the' iii.erits .of
the various local coals, including. British
Columbia, the Pound,; Roslvrif and' Rocfc
springs coal',' and this Oregon coal is the
nrst ne mis testeu with satisiactory re
sults. Mr. .Norton informs Us that Mr.
Morris the- .blacksmith .-:at .Eossil.v.aiid
Mr,: Pen-in who Jias a i blacksmith ehoi
on Pine, creek, are .using; it-.'Solely this
whiter, and also . that the blacksiiliths at
Antelope. Jve ;notiiied : hiia that-. they.
intend nentling over .to. thei , mines : for - a
ton or two immediately. This is putting
the coal to, a , practical e.8.and speakf
more for i its economic , qualities . than
columns of newspaper laudation'. " Thef tj
is no.doubt that; the.inines are practically
coal , that is not ,a prosperpiLs.. an4
flourishing community., '.JRo,' ver;! .JiprJ
iiBve iiiai ii tins property was across tlie
Coluiubia' River in Washington, it wb.uld
be heralded from one end of the "state to
the other, as' the- grandest' and: greatest'
in the whole United Slates, judging by
the usual tone1 of the articles on" their
coal resources.- !'Y6u cartilot take " tip
.Sound newspaper -without reading one or
two items giving Jaii " account of soihe'
wonderful discovery 6f 'coal,' and even
the "Oregomdh"1-contains prbbably:'ien
items oii Washington coal 'td: one' oh
Oregon coal,- yet a careful 'comparison of
tlie descriptions of the best of our sister
state's coal fields with the anthentic and
reliable account of oiirowh as published
under the authority of the; Ainericah
Institute of Mining P'iigineers show that
the Oregon product .is inore'easily iinried.
far more accessible from a mining 'stand
point .'aud combined with' srich practical
tests as ' were ; applied by Messrs
Thompson & Fargher,, shows, unques
tionably that , tlie (iilliam county
coal is superior .' in every t respect
Now 'the natural ' outlet; for this' coal
is The Dalles, and we believe the necea
sary capital to build a railroad to' the
mines is readily available just as soon as
it is practically demonstrated that a road
can be built. This can, be done only by
a preliminary survey, and "We hope our
Board of Trade will make ' an effort to
have this- survey- made at once as we
understand a favorable .proposition' i lias
been submitted for the accomplishment
of that object. . With a competing line
of boats on the river, the necessary out
lay for ' the " .'construction ". of a railroad,
and the 1 increased, population , it would
bring,; the outlook is certainly bright.; ;
We are reliably informed that coal
similar to ' that how oh .exhiliitioh ,'cah'
and will be laid down;here in large quan
tities for manufacturing - purposes' for
about' f 3.50 'per- "ton.! on ' ; omple-"
tion'of the railroad: . Vhat, he.ttejr legi '.
timate inducement could be offered to
to .manufacturer tolQCttte--4re-'-thanl
W'ithcheap -fjel, jiiundant'tKmspofta
tion ;aeilitjes aiid;' 'i.freejapui i iEtpm I fixe
thraldom of any "monopolistic railroad
. company what a magniflcient- city The
Dalles would become. We ' sincerely
hope our citizens will not let. this golden
opeortuAityfsIipi' "t , . '-
Sandy Olds is to have": another trial,
his fourth one for the killing of Emil
Webber : ; This; tiine he; gets; jaf changb of
venue and will be tried in Washington
county. It is safe to say that he will,
not be convicted of murder in ' the first
degree since the supreme court hasi rvir
tnally held tlireeiinieSithat hia-. -offenee
was not- Of that 'degree. 1 Tthe" case has
been a peculiar one, and illustrates the
fact that the law.. can- be. given, a . bard
chase, in its pursuit of criminals,, if the
race is properly managed."' ' 1 ; '' "' A
liLtrAiiuiisLirjieuiiiL evtrv cicizen OLormn-
ary' capacity knows that.'iere. 'is.'.iiot a
sectionqf the Uitetl States.that contains
The Land Now Subject Entry. Offi
cers Now Ready to Receive Filings
and Settlers Can Get Title.
PkHAHTMKNT OF TlfE'ijfTElilOB
EftOft,) f 1
, 181)1.) j
Washington". L:C, Jan.i
Rfguters ahct iteeeiter V United ' States
j Land Office: ,
I Sirs : Your,.itXeniiiiiH , called to the
provisions of au aqtPf congress entitled;
"' Ari' act to filrfeTt' certain ' lands hereto-;
forv gran ted f0f-!tlre":pMT0nef (aiding in
tlie;icdnbtructioliJ of rarlroada.:' and v.for.
otljor,, .iruxpose, f, r ;approved September.
9. 1890. 'a' eopv of which is hereto at-
i lfle ririrt 'section ' Wovides for thefor-
I fettute of 11 lainl .heretofore igranted to.
fniA- Gtitto fit- t( anv ftirnnrailfin t.n siirl iiy
the construction .of ii railroad oppotjite to
a,Id cotermlnjis With tlR Prtlon or any
fueh'raiiroad-'not'i-noM- on8trnctea ana
in-Dperatioh ami declared tire lamlafor-
leijtea w,pe a part 91 ine.puj?im .(lojjiain
exceptingi, however, from, the forfeiture
the ngnt 01 way ana stauon grounds
heretofore granted. !-: r-l: -'i' si
The second. section provides ! that :al I
persons whor:at thetdatel of -.the passage
of this act,1 are: actual., settlers; lni'good
faith on any . oi.thfe lands forfeited, .and
are otherwise qualified, Ion .making due
claim- on said lands under the- homestead
law within six .months after the.:passage
of this act .shall be entitled, .to a prefer
ence right to enter 1 the .same under the
provisions of the homestead law and this
act,, and 'shall ' be. ' regarded . as actual
settlers-, .fraru the date of actual settle
ment or occupation. 1 .-. 1 v
It is clear that this clause of the section
allowsthe. actual settler,- if "qualified-, rto
make -aiiiomestead 'entry 1 of the tract
uponi-whichi hei had 'mwLa : settlement;
and this !a lav-preference-' right to.. be
exercised 1 withi h ; feix months after the
passage of the act. .- ' J' r-v.:: n ;.. !
1 It is further provided iby-aidi section
thafcany person who has: not; heretofore
hud the benefit of the hoimestead or prei
emption lawry or;who haslailed from any
cause " td prefect the- title- to-' sf. 'tract -of
Jand.heretbforei lenteredi-.byt hiin" ;-nnder
euner; or-.saiu iawy uiayunuKe a seoona
homestead. en try undecjtlie-i)rovisions of
this acti-i-')i: o; 1. 1 w: -i:.-; sit ! in:
1 The1 ianiuasre of this clause of the sec-'
tion autlioriV.inte - second ''homestead
ientry"-,refers,only to' those persons-' whi
have .heretotoremade'a Jiomestead en try y
.but failed from any cause to prefect he
same. - "
' In otbe':w6rfs?''tlie -bbteeY of this
clause is to allow anv one qualified, who
jhad -not; theTetofoe? Secured" yc 1 pieee" n of
land under the hoinestead 'law, to ob
tain, a. tract of these forfeited lands under
that law,. and. aj. the same time t. take,
.tliese laiids out of the,' operation of, ; the
pre-emption lawsv1 ,!'"'''-''1''' rjr:n ,-..;:
i :Ko breHeni-Dtion.' -entrVvwitt. therefore. 4
be. pe.rmittedi tor these-Rands', and.appli-i,
can is oijaer xii.e iiomjeeiaa. iaw.s..Wiil,.pe;
.required to make ' oath that they have.'
'not' lieretfefore1'-' Secured a 'piece' of ' land'
Hinder utheiiSiomestead lawi-and. if -anl
"entry has been -made pnder:Bsid.law' that
-.was ppt lori any... reasoi .perfected, .tlie,
facts iii relation thereto should!, be' fullv.
; The fifrcl Section 'provides: 'That in all
cases were person?, being; citizens of the
United . States,, or whpixa.ve-,.decJared;
their' intentions "tpibecomesuch, in ac-.'
-cordnnce-vHtli the riathraliiatioh laws Of
the United- States; are in 'possession of
any of the-: lands -, affected by , any KSttch
grant, ,and hereby resumed by and ..re-:,
stored to tlie United States, under deed,
written ' contract' withor license 'froth,
the- state or corporation', to -which- Budi
grant was , made, . or. its assignees,-iex-cuted
prior to. Januarv. first,, eiirh teen.
.hundred' and eightv-eight, or where
persons may have settled said lands with
Itona jids -intent .to, .secure.' title jthereto,
by purchase, from the state or corpora
tion',' when " earned -by the;'compliahce
with'- the - conditions!' or requirements
of the; granting .acts of. congress, they
sluill. lie. entitled. tp purchase the.same
from, the United. States in quantities .not
exceeding '' three ' hundred and twenty
acres'to any one such person,' at the' rate'
of one dollar. -and. itwenty-Ye.cents per
acre, at any time within, twp. years ;fron
thie jassage 6i this 'act,'and on' making
said payhient to receive patents therefor;'
and -Where- any-' 'Such ; person ' In 'actual
jKMjsession of any such lands, and having
improved the same, prior to the first day
of januarv, ( eighteen hundred anj
ninety, under deed,' Written' contract or
license as .aforesaid, -or his assignor, has
made partial ;or. full payments to said
railroad company prior tp said date, on
account of the purchase price . of said
lands from it j. on proofof the amount of
such payments, he. shall be entitled to
have the same, to' the extent and amount,
of one dollar' and twenty-five cents' per
acre, if so much has been paid, and not
more, credited to .him on account of and
as part of tlie purchase price herein pro
vided to be paid the United States for
said lands, or Such' persons may elect to
abandon their purchases and make claim
on said lands under- the homestead law,
and as provided in the preceding section
of this act. . . .
- Where parties,.- persons-; and corpor
ations., with-: the t-permission, , of. such
States or corporations, or their, assigns,
.iw. in' -. ... r.J i-t . 1. ...... ' .. .1 I -
provements' upon any - of '- the lands -re
sumed .and ireetored, and are not entitled
to entef.the sarn, under the,, provisions
of this act, siich parties. persons. " or
.corporations, shall have six mbnths' in
wnicii 10 remove' ' -any growing crops
puiidings ana otner movable improve
ments from said lands.
It is provided that 'the "right of ' pur
chase granted by this section shall not
apply to any. lands , situated in the state
of Iowa, on which any person in good
faith has made, Or asserted the; right to
make, a pre-emption or homestead settle
ment,, ...-ui ." ,.. ;. I. ; i-..
All the roads situated within , said
state have been constructed, except the
portion of the Sioux City and,, St. Paul
railroad between" Le ' Mars and Sioux
City'-if 'i-s...v nj'i." .nl. , '. i.ti
"The grant for this company; was made
the subject of departmental decision .of
July ''26, 1887 (6 L. D., 47,) and a portion
of the lands south of Lie ' Mars : was 1 by
said decision directed to be' restored,1
but, as far as the same arepposite un
constructed road, they will come under
the provisions of this act.-- ' -
' An applicant for purchase, under this
J section, of lands in Iowa, will, therefore,
f aivthenVSartmcrtt-lHo' ihe Land
Smiting the right
. !ersor settlers y& the aetof March ST : " isa
, : : r ..l. ..1 T....I .......,,. t
land grants made'jy -t'origEes tohpdisW
the construction ot railroads. n-ias"'lTirt
any manner ieot'ljfjniSQ&fs:;
against his grantor, for breach, or . airy
Srhe:sjrtA 9ectiqa'raerelyppeas? cer
tsfini sections fn csnAi$:rt Igraiutf tb
kfc in . thTustmc44.-oi wjWin J
roads, in so far as said sections require
thersCTetarj-iol Ae lii-idrf M rtsej-i c
HUCXl rUllLE3. 11119 BW11UH UUCD J1UI. IC"
store the indemnit3 lands, but removes
anyip.tetaclejto; thoi reetoi-ation;;by,, the
Department, arid steps will be taken at
once to- secure -,a"speeay'Tesioraiion ' 01
any such Iands:now,;f ithdnawrt, jind not
Included in pending selectionbr
t ' The fifth section provides.: lhat u it
shall be fonnd that anv 'lands heretofore
granted e the, Northefn.Pacilic Railroad
Company, and so resumed by trie United
btates and restored' to the public domain,
lie north of the line known as the "Ham-
line.,'',-- being valine .drawn- from
Wallula, Washington,, easterlv to the
"southeast . corner., of. tha- northeast, one
fourth of the soutbeastquarter of section
twenty-seven, in township, seven north,
01 range tninv-seven-asi,- 01 me w 111-amette-.
Meridian,? all persons fvrlio-hfad'
acquired in good : faith , the , - rifle Qf . the
Jsortliera Pacific Railroad Com pan v .to
any portion oi earn uiiiub prior to o uiy
first, eighteen hundred ana eightvfitel
i . . . . i j . . : '
or wuo hi eaui uaie-were-ia ottaeHision .01
any portion of said lands or had im
proved the,saine, claiming the, same un
der written contract with, said company,
executed in good faith,' or'tiieir' heirs or
assigns, as the case? may e; shall, be- entitled-
to purchase-. tlieilandS:PO(. acouired.
'po8s.essed, or iniprpyed, from the United
istates, at. any time prior to, ine expira
tion of one year sifter ' it 'shall' ' be' finally
deterniined that such lands are-' restored
to.the .publics "donjain;.b.v, the, ipToyigions
of tliis. act, rat the. rate of ,twp -dollars and
;hfty cents er acre, and to receive patents
therefor uion proof before' 'the-proper
land office.iPf the fact of., such acjpiuisiition,
possession', or improvement, and pav-
"ment therefor,' Without limitation "as; to
qaanntyi J-i-'i-- -': juo.. .umiii ;.-.
; .Having jdeterminod that; the' terminal
originallyi established, upon the,. iXorthr;
ern Pacific railroad as' constructed to.
W allula, ashins'ton, properlv ' seper-'
ates the1 lands earned bi--the "cpnstruc
; tioniof . the', road! Itoi irthat i ; pointy : from
those jorieited . by , ;thei.hrst., secjtipn ; ot
this act, this" sect ion will have immedi
ate application upon the; prohiulgatlo'n'
ot These instructions. -
iThisjseotionialso confurms.to-the city:
o,Portla;nd, in, the, state, of.j.Prgon, : the
right'of way and riparian rights hereto
fore attempted' to be cdtiveyed tp' the
city of Portland1 by the Kortllerii Pacific
railroad" ampany to: a strip-of land fifty
fet Ui .w.i4tbitby?ug$ certain, .described,
aeciiohsi . '..' .
. i The ' tticih ' section provides that ; no
lands forfeited by this -act slia'l inure'1 tO;
tlie. benefit' of -any ,Jtate.-or -corporation
to whicb. lands mav have .. .been eranted
by' Congress) except as provided by, ' this.
act, nor snail Luc act ie coiistrueu to en
large -the1 ttrea of IWnd brigihall vi cdvered
Tv-;arm'.8utchvgrant,for :to'?c6nfer -afhy''
iight unon- anyrSljate,j coppratipn,,or per,-
'sous, to lanua which were excepieu irojn
,: Provision -5s also) -'made' against ' tlie
moiety; in iConflicting luu its of grants , for
a main and branch line, appertaining to
nnconstructed road and. forfeited, ,by thip
act.in'uriirg 'to' he benefit 'of the ciai
pleted' line. " -v ' '-' fi"
, Section--yfe.;relateBi specially torithe
grant tp the State ;of-, Mississippi, .to- aid.
in the construction of the road known
as the Gulf and Ship Island" Railroad,'
and upon the -condition that" said 'com
pany, within-, ninety, days from .tlie pas
sage ; of , . this. .,,$,, , sha,llj accept . . the.
provisions of. ihis.. act ..and , file
with the Secretars' of "' the ' Interior
valid relinquishment -! of all' "said
company's iuterept, riarht, title and claim
in . and to all such lands as have been sold
by the officers of the. United States, for
cash1, "or with the allowance or approval
Pf such officers have been entered in good
faith under the pre-emption or homestead
Jaws,, or. upon, which they, were bona fida
pre-emption or homestead claims on the
first day of January,' eighteen ' hundred
and ninety, arising or asserted by 'actual
occupation of the land under color of the'
laws of the United States,.: then, the for
feiture declared in the first section shall
not, until one year' after 'the passage of
this act, apply ,to or in anywise, affect, so
much and such parts Of said grant as lie
'south-' of a line drawn ;;eaet'arid West
through the point where the- Gulf and
Ship Island Railroad .may cross the. New
Orleans and Northeastern Railroad in
said state. ' ' ' ''''' ;'" " ' - - ,
Other lands,:' in lieu' ''of 'those relin
quished south of. said point, may be se
lected within the indemnity limits of the.
original grant, nearest to . and , opposite
such part of the line as may be fcoh
structed at the date of selection.' '- 1 " i -
- Special instructions, undar this, section
will be given to the proper officers when
the point of crossing provided' for ' -shall
have, been i determined ' and - those lands
upon which the act has immediate appli,
fcation are formally restored. "' ".,
L Sectiori eight makes a special provision
in relation to the : grant for ' the "Mobile
and Girard. Railroad Company of : Ala1
bama, and as the questions involved are
peculiar and will require some cohsidera-:
tiori,- instructions thereunder -will hot' be
issued at 'present;1 :-' --J co!i:-;.i.io'td v
" ' Very respectfully,
:il -i I-'KWIS-A. Guokf,.
Approved : Commissioner.
.j ; i John WNOBtEy'-' ''-' ' .-- -:'
. i. i.'--. . i ecretar.yn'' j.'-.i-- - ..'.: .;
A prominent physician ' and old army
surgeon in eastern Iowa, was called away
from home.foir a few days ; during his at:
sence one of the children contracted a
severe cold and his wife bought "a bottle
of Chamberlin'8 .Cough . Remedv. for .it.
They were so much pleased that theY
i i . r? ... . . -
uiwwonia urtcu tscvcrai- uottiea- H.L var
ious times.; .He said, ; from experience
with .it,, he regarded it. as, the - most, reli
able preparation in use for colds and that
it came the' nearest being a specififc ' of
any medicine ne naa ever seen.1"; tor
sale by Snipes & Kmei-piy, . -
In.ancient Greece': a. . law. of . Pittacus
was enacted that ."he who commits a
crime when drunk shall receive a double
punishment" -one for .the crime itself
and the other; for.- the inebriety- which
prompted nun to commit it. i
! 1 :
HTeon hand a lot of "' '"
i Hard: Wood:-
Alrio a lot of
ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY,
Third and Union Streets,
SNIPES St KlHElSLtV
Wholesale and Retail Bmiists.
B 5 '
fine linporiea, Key wesrana uomesuc
J. e. bMrd: do.,
. .IF r . - ,
Opepa jiouse Slo&k-',3d St.
1EOR--1 0 u P
PRINZ & NITSCHKE,
And be Satisfied as to
SOLE AGEKt FOB THE
Alt Watch Work Warranted,.?
Jewelry Made to ' Order.
138 Secom. St., T
H. Gle. has emoyed ;his
office and i the . ofiice of the
Electric Light Co. to ' 72
Washington " St. " " " ' ' "
r. - : -.- .; . : ; . ' :.' ' L
' ; .JSt land
; -FT 1 ' CT T"T A r.
Carpets Ha "Fiiniilure
' - " ' fe'--'v- ,,n -in in""'
II lie fegcityiof I
M Te gOeCiyf tie Inland iEmpire.is sitnated at
4.1. VJU i J 2 J. 4- Z . j.1 lfj jilM'w.'t.ll i
uiio iieau. ui xutviga.uxuxL un
is a thriving, prosperous
ciilfaral and grazing coTmtry,t,i4de?:reacbng &&T
far south, as Summer Lake, a distance of over two
hundred miles. . ,
of the the Cascades furnishes pasture, fbr. thousands
of sheep, the wool from "which finds m arket here. .
The Dalles is the largest or lgmaF
PPntf in, America,
shipped this year.
Ma 8? tHi till 4
-i u i r j ji
r, iThe country near Thei
crops of cereals, and its fruits; cannot be excelled.
is the vineyard of Oregon, its grapes equalling Cali .
fbrnia's best, and its other' uiis', ' . apples;lpears,;:
prunes, cherries etc., are unsurpassed. : ' r ' . ' ;-
The salmon fisheries are the .finest on the Columbia;'
yielding this year a revenue of $i,600y000 which can '
dlLl)-gwmQKeJ-,h andnubled in the near' future; :'-:
The products of the.beautifulKlic
market here, and thet country
yearJmHed thewatehfciilses, an
placesto overflowing ithj. their products. - -
It is; the richest city of its size on "the coast, and its '
money is scattered1 over and is-ting',iedto! ieei'fp-
more farming . country than is..tributary to any other J
1 ' -.. f.V, Vi.'-hTM -A.U, -ivf..T t.l'J Jil-.j". ! i - '' .'."'vli:.': ''- 1..-. . ' .-I i.-i'.. '. S
iTr..-iTi-Tac-ro-r.vf.Ta.rt-n .... " '"""': . "'".' '. f "''' ...'!;'-..;
Its situation is" unsurpassed! "i Its ! climate"5 delight--
lul'Its-possibilities incg,lpulable: Its resources un
limited! .And' on these corner stones shei stands. .
.lo:vtJ3 fcni.'f'T OP. I :
DKALER,'J' j"; ;;i. r . ',.;'.;..;.,' I, "
tions, Artists' Materials, Oil Pamiiip, Cbromos and Steel Enpaviiiiis.-; 1
Jo IftcffngS1 andP ifcture
276 and 278 Secoad.Stre'et
f p '.,?'. ' ';v ' '. i! .
FULT, STOCK:. : STAPLE GOODS:
N. HARRIS. Corner Second and CourtrsC
.OAH HO 3YAVV.JA
Third &treet, Opera felock.
Madfsoh's Latest System
Used in ' ctfttink! carmei'its'j 'find Wf-fit
-guaranteed each time.,
Repairing and Cleaning
THE FARM KNOWN AS THE "MOORE
Farm" situated on Three Mile creek about
two and one-half mfics Inira The ItelleM, will be
leased for one or more years at alow rent t -any
resjonHible tenant -This farm has- upon -it a
Rood dwellinB house and necessary out build
ings, ubout two acres of orchard,-about three
hundred acres under cultivation, a large portion
of the land will raise a eood volunteer wheat
crop in 1891 with ordinarily favorable weather.
The farm is well watered. For terms and particu
lars enquire of Mrs. Sarah A. Moore or attheotlloe
of Mays, Huntington & Wilson, The Dalles, Or.
SAKAH A. MOORE, Executrix. ,
mo jyiiaq4.e vjoiumDia, ana
city. . . . ..
along the eastern slope
5,000,000 pounds being
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Dalles ;',pr6duces ; splendid:'
ITS' PRODTJCTS. . : . .. , .; ;" Vr,',?:.
south and' east has this
d all . available rstpf age
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Frames, Corn ice Polesf
Trimmed Freej; ( ,
JEWXa.cI.0 to Order; -
. " TLe' Dalles, Oj
Bdirts and Slipes,
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He? iisii war t i
.!' The S. B. Headache and Liver Cube taken
according to directions will keep yowIllood,
Liver and KidnevK in good order. - f J
The 8. B. Cough Cure for Cold.Vougns
and Croup, in connection with the1 vJeadaehB
Cure, is-au-neatyerfect-rtH anything known.
The S. B.'AtrHA Pain cure for Interrml and
external, use, in Neurulgin, Toothache, Cramp
Colic and Cholera Morbus, is unsurpassed. They
are well liked wherever known. Manufactured
at Imfur, Oregon- For sale by all-dniggista.- r
2 2Q EEWAM
BE PAID FOR ANY INFORMATION
? leediiiK to the convicUon of partiescntting
the ropes or iu any way Interfering with the
wires, poles or. lamps oi The Eixctmc: Li6ht