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The Dalles Daily GhronMe.
i. w t. APRIL 24; 1891
Pacific Rela- D.t'i 58 State
Coast BAB. tive of 5. -of
f Time. - Hum Wind W eather.
8A.M..... 29.89 48 88 West ' PtClondy
J P. M 29.92 53 66 " "
Maximum temperature, 58; minimum tem
perature, 39. . ,- t
Total preclnitation from July up to date, 6.59;
average precipitation from July to date, 12.13;
average de.Hclency from July 1st to date, 5.45.
- The Dam.ks,' April 24, 1891.
Weather forecast till IS - m.,
Saturday; light rain. Slightly
The Chronicle is the Only Paper in
The Dalles that Receives the Associated
Emil Schutz and ' J. H. Jackson ar
rived on the noon passenger today, from
i i -
Mrs. Garrison who has been quite
poorly for five or six weeks is slowly im
proving. C. E. Bayard leaves tomorrow morn-,
ing for Seattle where he expects to re
main for some time. ' .
Miss Minnie Garrison of East Port
land is visiting at the home of her grand
mother Mrs. Garrison.
- A wagon load of fat hogs owned by " C.
M. Van Duyn were sold yesterday at five
and one-fourth cents, on foot.
United States Judge Lorenzo Sawyer,
of San, Francisco passed through the
city on the noon passenger today. ...
The city treasury was enriched to the
extent of $25 this morning, the fine of an
incorrigible drunk who was arrested last
C. M. VanDuyn sold two cars of beef
cattle to Mr. Lewis of Portland which
are expected to arrive in town today
from Tygh .Valley. . , ' : Y . '.,.'-,
Herman Raster formerly of ' Kingsley
now of Kings valley, Benton county
carne up on the , noon train today on a
visit to his .old ranch at Kingsley.
'-' Potatoes seem to be a drug -; in this
market..,- We jaw two persona from - the
country today who could not dispose of
some they, had brought into town, at
Edgar Pratt of Wamic, A. J. Wall of
Eight Mile, C. P, Balch of Dufvoy Alex.
Strachan of Dufur, Frank Gabel of Wap
initia and Win. Holder,, state lecturer of
the grange from Grass Valley, ' were in
town, today. ...... , v , ,. , ,,
Clerk Crossen and Deputy Morgan are
praying hard that, somebody would .take
a notion to get married or file a deed
for record or something, that would en
liven the dull times at the court house.
An Indian woman ' named Allie," of
this city, was today examined before
Dr. Shackelford and Judge' Thornbury
and committed to the state asylum for
.It was a Dakota editor who wrote:
'The price of this paper has not increased
on account of the McKinley bill, but we
wish to correct the misapprehension Of
some of the subscribers who seem to
think it was placed on the free list." '
. t ine iana contest case on neanng for
the - past three or four days between
Richard Sigtnan and Robert Bradley of
"Dufur was settled by the mutual agree
ment of the parties, this morning. The
contest involved 80 acreB of railroad land
which the parties agreed ,tq divide. . ;
Mr. William 6'Dell of Hood River who
has. been, nnder the medical care of -Dj-,
yanderpool at Dufur forsome time" was
moved to this city yesterday and is now
the guest of superintendent Shelley.
Mr. O'Dell stood the journey from Dufur
better than was expected. He will pro
ceed to his home as soon as it is thought
Two members of the city council
Messrs. "Blakely and Peters have," by
their removal from the ward for which
they were council men, ceased to be
members of that body. As there is only
a bare quorum, left their places will un
doubtedly be .filled, without delay, by
appointment aa : provided by the city,
charter. l . ... , :
This is a plain and truthful utterance,
made to an Qregonian importer by( E-.B.
Dufur, of The Dalles : "Eastern Oregon
is .with Portland, heart and .bouI, in its
effortstto build a portage road between.
The Dalles . and : Qelilcu Every ,man,
,wqman .4ncl , child endorses the ; scheme
adopted at the Portland convention, " I
ani satisfied that our section of the state
will put up its portion of the amount
needed. If Portland does not; get .the
riyer .opened .--its Eastern Oregon trade
'Will Burely ,'go oyer, the mountain A to
Paget Bound." ' ' ' y"
8o the state" militia is to go into camp
in a couple of months and " for the time
conduct., themselves '-as real "soldiers!
The state has. shown, how proud it. Js,..of
the boys by making an appropriation so
exceedingly liberal that six. overcoats
will be loaned out to each company of
-w men tor me men on guard duty. ' The
boys will pe penhitted to; furnish their
own bed and bedding -( if they indulge in
the luxury of target practice they can
' Jlo,w. tbeir , own ammunition for tne
"state won't furnish any, and besides all
these privileges', and -emoluments' they
i i . . . ....
are paiq. a wage or fi,.Eij a day.. .You see
it's a fat job this. Let us all join.
Order Issued by the Officials in Regard
' . Thereto. .
H'dq't'bs Oregon National Gdab'o,
Adjutant-General s Department,
Portland, Oregon, April 15, 1891
; : No. 2. S '
The following extracts from the jour-nal-of
proceedings of the state military
board, April session, are published for
general information :
- I. The annual encampment author
ized by law will be held by regiments in
their respective districts during . the
months of June arid July of this year.
The exact time and place will be decided
bv the respective regiments and an
nounced in regimental orders, the same
to bv approved oy tne commander-in-chief.
"' ' ' '" ""'" ' "" ''"'
Each encampment will continue for
six days ; all officers, musicians and 'pri
vates being entitled to the compensation
allowed by law for this period.
II The Portland Light Battery will
encamp with the ' First Regiment and
the cavalry troops unless otherwise di
rected with the Regiments to which
they are at present attached.
" III The time spent in : camp will ' be
assiduously applied to the duties of a
soldier. Not less than one hour per day
(Sunday excepted) will be devoted to the
settings up drill. The -importance of
soldierly bearing and military courtesies
ehould not be overlooked by command
ers. "- Particular attention should be paid
to the general police of the camp and
the personal appearance of the men on
duty as to neatness and cleanliness of
clothes and equipments. No intoxica
ting liquors, except for medical purposes,
will be permitted within the Encamp
ments. IV The Adjutant-General is authori
zed to enter into a contract on behalf of
the State for overcoats for guard duty
during Encampments at the rate of six
coats to a Company for each Company
V Regimental Commanders will for
ward to the A'djutant-General, as soon
as practicable, the exact date and place
of holding their respective Encampments
and the number of Companies which
will participate in 'the same.
Vf The sum of 50 cents per day per
man will be allowed for the purpose of
procuring -rations while in camp.
VU Each man will be required to' fur
nish a pair of blankets or two comforters
for his own use during camp."'' Y .
VIH On account of the demands for .
funds to carry on the encampments, the
allowance "for target practice cannot be'
audited' during the current year."' .
'IX Allowance' for servicea for court
martial, members and witnesses, will be
audited as follows : Per diem, as pre
scribed by law;1 for 'seryicefe' in'duty in
camp, mileage at 5 cents per mile; for
civilian witnesses; -$2 per day and 5 cents
per mile. '' ' v
r By order of the commander-in-chief :
" -:-' ' ' '- J. O:: Shofnisb, -'
Official:. . " . Adjutant General.
RW. MitcheLi., -'
Major and Assist.' Adjt. General.
Y Advertised ' Letters.
Following is a list of unclaimed letters
remaining in the poBtoffice at The- Dalles
Oregon, ' April 24, 1891. ' Persons calling
for. same will please say "Advertised.", r
Abnet, Mike J 1 Brown,' Mrs G H
Brown, Angus -. . . 'Bush, Robert :
Champlin, Geo H Cook, Sheltori '
Copeland, Geo N 'DeMoes, J M
Fredericksoh, John Fischer, Efenry
Guldatter, N P Hadley, J M
Hermance James HoilrMiss Elixie
Hodges, Albert Hon ger, Ralph
Jones, M A Kesler, Frank
Kirk, John" Koontz, A K
Mason, J Mace, Jim
Martin, Mrs J B Parker, Thomas
Poolsen, Mrs Marie Robinson, J W
Robinson, James . . Simonton, Mrs F A
Sinynons.Mrs Julia' Scriveris, Charles '
. Mycoff, J H
' '"' ' f-".'! M. T: Nolan, P. M.
An Apology. . ' ' -The
Dalles, April 24, 1891.
, - EpiTOB Chronicle: ,! I owe ''it tov ,the
young lady to whom I was reported to
have been married to Bay that: t) if egret
exceedingly that what was intended
only as a joke among: a few private com
panions should have been carried so far
as" to 'be ? published1. The fault was
wholly mine .that such report was
given out and I : would not now "that-it
should have happened nnder the circum
stances, for the world. It was far from
my intention to wrong any one and I
hope those most deeply injured will ac
cept this apology, the only reparation I
can now make. Frank Pakish.
.. ; I UMATILLA BOOSE.
, C. S. Miller, Deschutes. ;
James Underhill, Boyd.
C Butlerv'Port Townsend.
J-.-B. Smith, Walla Walla.
I.' N. Burgess, Bake Oven..
Frank, Xifee,' Centerville.'
. Robt. Snodgrass, Dufur. "
, H. Quigley, Cascade Locks.
W.- S. EUiot, -. - "- . , V
Wm. Holder, Grass" Valley.
Mrs. C. Gunther,' Moro, '
Lorenzo Sawyer, San .Francisco.
The Oovernment Slov'but Sore. : . ,
- Ojir , townsman r Marshall Hill this
morning received from j the; government
at Washington the Win of f57.0 3.' There
is nothing particularly strange ' in - that,
but from the circumstance that it was in
payment for services rendered by Mr,
Hilj w.hen e was a lad, not then twenty
one years of age'. He is now . fift jr-four
years bid. ,' Mr Hill' thinks ) the United
States government a slow paymaster "but
a sure one. ... w.- ii .iT." -: JiS
.. tv'- tsii..; Home Wanted. ' , ' - - ' '
The Kihg'saughtersjof this city,
desire toj. find a home fat a boy .of.: about
10 years of age. The country preferred.
For further particulars apply r to. this
office. ; ' - ''' - -.' '' O. :. ' .' . .
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, , To tbe Public. -
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Notice is hereby eiveh- that all ' th
barber hops of The Dalles will be closed
in future on bundays. .. : jT
President Harrison will arrive at The
Dalles on May 7th atlll5 o'clock: a. m,
and will remain here fifteen minutes,
The editor sat on a hard bottom chair
trying to think; of a; 'thought, and he
E lunged 'all his -fingers about - through
is hair, but not one topic they brought.
He had written on temperence, tariff
ana rree traae, ana tne prospects of mak
ing a crop, and joking about ice 'cream
and weak lemonade, till his readers had
told him to stop. - And weary of thinking,
sleep came to hi s eyes, and he pillowed his
head on the. desk, when the thoughts
which, when awake, had refused to arise,
came in groups that were strong and
grotesque.- And as the ideas arily float,
he selects the' bright one" Of the ' tribe,
and this is the gem which while reading,
he wrote: ."Now is the time to sub
scribe..' y: ' ; . . . .. . '. '.-.-,.'
In thacity of New York there are over
150,000 people who earn less than 60
cents a day. Thousands of this number
are poor girls who Work from eleven to
sixteen hours a day. Last year there
were over 23,000 families forcibly evicted
in that city owing to their inability to
pay their rent. One person in every ten
who died in New York in 1889 was bur
ied in Potter's field. Astorian.
He had told his son to milk the cow,
feed the horses, slop the pigs, hunt up
the eggs, feed the calves, catch the colt
and put him in the stable, cut some
wood, split some kindling, stir the cream,
put some fresh water in the creamery
after s.upper and to be sure and study
his lessons before he went to bed. Then
he" went to the farmer's club to discuss
the question "How to keep the boys on
The notice of marriage published yes
terday and referred to in a, communica
tion in another column was written . and
handed into this office by a thoroughly
reliable person who believed it to be true,
because he heard it solemnly asserted
by the lips of the pretended bridegroom.
It was even then only published after
careful inquiry, from others who had
heard the same assertion. It was a dast
ardly low trick, and the Chronicle re
grets having been made a party to the
deception on the lady's account. The
fool killer is at present out of town or
somebody, who richly deserves it would
have got licked.
A. J. Wall bought a fine trotter from
C. P. I Balch of Pufur. this t morning.
Wall says the price paid was $300, and
that the animal can trot in 3 minutes.
The Chronicle is . privately .informed
that under favorable circumstances on a
good track she might, make a mile in 10
minutes.":' j )j ;:'.! y. I .. ;.. ,J
Geo. C. Bills leaves this evening for
Salem, having in charge the Indian wo
man Allie, who was committed to; the
insane asylum to-dr' Cates jiaS tele
graphed ahead to the officials not to keep
Chris too, as he is perfectly harmless.
Fresh salmon jnst received at W. A.
- Married Lovers.
The- affectionate' man, who sits with
his arm on the back of the seat when he
rides in the cars with his wife, is always
open to the suspicion that .somewhere in
the recesses o his self-esteem he consid
ers himself a sadly henpecked individual,
and is excessively attentive to his better
half in "public places forjlhe 'simple ptCf
poee of side tracking any intimation of
such a state of 'affairs that might be ap
parent if he didnt ' do his half of the
acting;1 1 -' ''- - '-: .- -
But the exquisite way a friend of mine
directed his pretty wife where to go the
other day; as they parted at a crowded
street corner contained ho such iiitima
ticm, 'inasmuch as he" put in the' word
"dear" whereve he could catch ''bis
breath,, and concluded with, "Dont for
get, dear,' to take a car at Park ' square,
dear, and remember that the number is
three hundred, dear," And thirty-seven.'
' 'Presence of mind is not always mo
nopolized by the brave and wise, nor is it
uniformly cultivated for great and good
PPories.:; '': ' ; ' "! ?''
'Several of th pupils - m 'a ' certain
'backwoods' district determined not to
stadjr geography. The teacher believed
that 'they were old' enough to begin the
rcbjec aad " accordingly" cailed 'one of
the oldest boys to her desk and spoke to
him about the necessity of a ' knowledge
of his own and other countries.
fl sha'n't study g'ography tin I git
readyf growled the youngster. :
The teacher rose quickly and seized
him ' by the ' collar, intending to shake
him, when tbe young rascal hastily add
ed, "But I am ready "now!" Youth's
Companion. " - '- - -
Tli is Can Be Dene on Kearly Every Farm.
',' Given a flow of 100 " gallons of Water
per minute ana plenty of liver and scraps
thrown in, and you can raise J0O0 pounds
of trout in a pond 10 ' feet deep, 10 feet
long' and ten' feet .brcad 'tplacing them
with small ones as rapidly as they reach
marketable size. " It' can be" -done very,
profitably too. ; The. time ' is looked 'for:
ward to,-and it is not far: "away, when
every farmed will look upon '.an acre' bf
water as he does . upon an' acre of land,
expecting so much yearly yield from it,
whether it is pond, lake, river ox estuary.
.. . ! !
A Dreadful Thnsl.
- A poet having loaned a" small amount
to a friend found if yer)r dif&cult to collect
the same, as his friend failed to recollect
the incident;' r Meeting his friend in need
the'poeVsaid: ' Y ' "K ''
If.' yon don't; pay ine tiiatvfi7 Which
yon owe' me I shall have to resort to ex
tzeme measures.'1; . ;;' f''
-. And what may they be?" -"" '' ;, ;. .
"Til' dedicate my next poem in you
honor;',fVA.;: ' " ' i-''T ? ,
-"' The friend turned pale and' shelled out
abroptly, Texas Siftinga. "'. " . ;
"What was your lawyer's fee in that
case, Dimling?"' ' '"" ';; '-;"' '' '- ,
"' fit wasn't a fee, Totling; it' was an
honoTarium." " " " - -r -; Z,
"What's the difference; '?.,':""'
f Well,' an honorarinm is about ten
tunes as much as a fee." Harper's Ba
3 CWRONICLIS ,8HOBT STOPBr. J.4
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A. M. Williams & Co., have on hand a
fine lot of tennis and bycicle shoes. .
-Try the new line of T.'s" atRoscoe &
Gibons. .Y ' .-'"--.. ";.
You need not cough! Blakeley &
Houghton will cure it for 50 cents. S. B.
Pure maple sugar at Joles Bros., eight
pounds for $1.00. . "
Born to E. Jacobsen & Co., April 17th,
a bouncing line- of new Spring goods.
Thanks to Dr. Competition. ' . -
Mr. H. Glenn is in receipt of a large
lot of new style of picture mouldings in
varidus designs which may be seen' at
his office.- . ... ...
D. Van Horn, the old reliable piano
tuner, is in the city on his regular tour.
Orders for tuning may be left at I. C.
Nickelsen. - . . : .-
The drug store of C. E. Dunham, 'de
ceased, is now open and will be so con
tinued until further notice. "' '
For coughs and colds use 2379.
Does S. B. get there? "I should
smile.'' S. B.
The celebrated Walter H. Tenny Boston-made
mens' and boys' fine boots
and shoes in all styles; carried by The
Dalles Mercantile company at Brooks
& Beers old stand. -
C. YE. . Dunham will cure your head
ache,, cough or pain for 50 cenls, S. B.
Snipes & Kinersly are anxious to cure
your headache for 50 cents. S. B.
: 2379 is the cough syrup for children.
Get me a cigar from that fine case at
Snipes & Kinersley's.
best farms of its size in Sherman county.
xi, consisis oi zw acres oi aeeaea land at
Erskinville. There is a never-failing
flrHITl O Cii T.nf ivofor onarila rf nraA
ing five hundred head of stock daily.
Tne house, which is a large store build
ing with ten rooms attached alone cost
$1700. A blacksmith shop and other
buildings and the whole surrounded by a
good wire fence. Will be sold cheap and
on easy terms.- Apply by letter or other
wise to tne editor of the (Jhboniclk or to
the owner. W T. Win! "RvitH Womn
county, Oregon. . , '
Tbe Best Conch. Medicine. ,
, "One of my customers came in today
and asked me for the best cough medi
cine I had," says Lew Young, a promi
nent druggist of Newniah. Grove, Neb.
'Of course I showed him Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and he did not ask to
see ariyother.1 'I have never yet' sold a
medicine that would loosen'- and1 relieve
a severe cold so quickly as that does. f' 1 1
have sold four dozen -of ' it within' the
last sixty davs,and 'do not know Of a
single case where it failed to give the
most pefect satisfaction." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by Snipes & Kinersly, drug
store, - - I Forfeited Railroad Lands ' -
We are now ready' to prepare papers
for the filing arid entry of Railroad
Lands. We also attend to business" be
fore the U. 8, Land Office and Secretary
of the Interior. - Persons for whom ' we
have prepared papers and . who . are' re
quired to renew their applications, ; will
not be charged additional lor such pa'pere.
..... . . , hobnbdby & Hudson," '
' Rooms 8 and 9, Land Office building,
. The Dalles, Oregon, ' ,
' " Kotios to tax Payers.
- i-All state and county taxes, become
delinquent April 1st, Taxpayers are here
by .requested to pay the same before that
date in order to avoid going on the . de
linquent list. The county . court has
ordered the sale of all property in which
the taxes have hot been paid. Please
call and settle before the time mentioned
and stive costs.:-''J"J ' "D. L. CateS,
! Sheriff of Wasco County. '
R. E. French has for sale a number of
improved ranches and unimproved
lands in the Grass Valley neighborhood
in Sherman county. They will be sold
very cheap ..arid on reasonable terms.
Mr. French can locate settlers on some
good unsettled claims in the same neigh
borhood; His address is 'Grass ' Valley,
Sherman county,' Oregon. - ' ". -' ''"
- A choice lot of brood mares ; also a
number of geldings and fillies by 'Rock
wood Jr.,"VPlanter,' ''Oregon Wilkes,"
and MIdaho Chief," same standard bred,
.lso .'three fine .'young stallions t. "by
"Rockwdod Jr.". but of first class mares.
' For prices and terms call oh 'or address
either JYW. Condon,' or J.' Hi'.Larseh,
The Dalles, Oregon. , ' '
' ' Merino Sheep for Sale.
I have a fine ' hand of , thorough bred
Merino sheep consisting of '67 bucks,
about '340' ewes ,' and about .' 200 young
lambs, Which I will sell at a low price
and upon easy terms. Address, -
.' D. M.Tbench, "
" , The Dalles, Or.
.Stock Strayed. '. , "'
" Three 3-year-bld fillies -(2 sorrels and
one. bay,) two 2-year-olds ( both bays) all
branded A on the left shoulder. I will
give $5 apiece for the recovery of tbe
same. . ' , J. W. RooebsI
) - Boyd, Or. :
City Treasurer's Notice.
All City Warrants registered . prior to
July 6, 1889 are-now -due and payable.
Interest ceases on and after idatet
Vi-! ViU'-!.- ; . i-- " : JiSFiSH.-;'
February 7, 1891.', . - City Treas.
. .'I t J .'ij.-. . '. jLostw .''.'(... . .
Pair 6f gold bOwed eye glasses In case.
The fihder will be rewarded ' by leaving
ajt thnj office'.4 '"' '"'" vY'i" : ' ' ' '
- k'u '.JBorsemem AtteBtioa. i
- The -spring rodero for horses will meet
at Bake Oven on the first day of May.'
,.. tiii ..,(.' ..'u- : .R; BOOTEK, '''
" t'- " T Chas. W. Haight,
' Y'" ' fr J,' N- BtrBGES8.-;i
;u .11 . PftOfRIETOlt OP THE f -:
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'.-':..'.. "j.-: -,-5 i.:x ' . . ;;i ,i r.i . .
HAVING- BOUGHT THE LOGAN . STABLES
in East Portland, we now offer our Livery
staois Dusiness in wis city lor saie at a Dargain.
WARD A KKKNS.
Lots 50x100 feet; 20-foot alley in each Block. Sold
for Cash or on Installments ; Discount ."
v for Cash. No interest. ' 7 - - - -.-- --V-
SButtsCE Bayard & Co., -
Haworth & Thurman, J. M. Huntington & Co.,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
The Farm Trust
C. N. SCOTT,
DHY GOODS STOHE
Has removed to 177 Second street (French's Block) nearly
opposite his former stand, where he will be pleased to se
his former customers and friends. He carries now a' muck
larger stock than before and every Department is fillwl
with the Latest Novelties of the Season.
GEO. H. THOMPSON,
' - 1 The BEST Investment in the Northwest, for sale by : ""
Thompson & Butts, 114 Second Street,
THE DALLES. OREGON.
Dealers in Real Estate and all kinds of Personal Property.,
, Collections Promptly Made. Land Filings Prepared.
. MAYS & CROWE, -
Successors to ABRAM8 k 8TEWABT,)
R.etallora and T oV"kera in.
Haruware, - Tinware, - Gianitcwaie, - wooflenwaie,
' SiliVERWAKE, ETC. T , .
"Acorn," Charter Oak" "Argand
STOVES AND RANGES.
Pumps, fipe, Plumbers'
O. UJl1U-.i.. JUV Uli.Ui.lld Csv A
SiASH, DOORS, SHINGLES.
Also a xomplete stock, of Carpenters', Blacksmith's anL
Farmers Tools and Fine Shelf Hardware. ! r
The Celebrated R. J. ROBERTS - "Warranted" Cutlery, Meriden Cutlery tus
Tableware, the "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. "Grand" Oil Stove
and Anti-Rust- Tinware. . ? V .
All Tinning, Plnmbing, Pipe . "Work and Repairing
.. . ; -will be, done on Short Notice.
174, 176, 178. 180 SECOND STREET, :
H. C. NIELS6N,
- BOOTS AND SHOES,
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t i - j r '
r;acsA ana vaps,
f ?-.- 15 ..- !, . .f M-
Ctoxxts Fum 1 fTn 1ms G-oods,
CORNER OF SECOND AND WASHINGTON STS. THE DALLES, OREGON.
. ' :; : dealers in : - ;'; ' r,:':
Hay, Grain and Feed.
No. 122 Cor. Washington and Third. Sts.
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FOB SAIjE . EiST ""r""r
& Loan Gompany,
Wm. A. BANTZ,
Vice-Pres. & Mgr.
W, H. BUTTS,
Xj. P. CEOW3L
4 FOR .THE :-
and Steam Fitters' Supplies,
iyt i .:. . . .r ' .
THE DALLES, OREGON.
new t' e.) fio-
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