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JULY 16? 1891
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Kins Teterdy-.fo K. K.
and hla Cbnnlo( Brldfv,.'
..The handsome rooms of Mr. and Mrs.
Will S. Graham, in the Vogt bjbck, were
filletfat 3Vcdock yesterday bj select
party of friends to witness the marriage
of one of .our popular railroad conduct-
Mi.' R. B. Moore to Miss Lulu B.
rt Graham. Under a beautiful floral horse
mciiiudy J ehog, Mr. Mm. Michell performed the
ceremony which made two loving hearts
one, and started them out on life's'jour-
; ney which -tTieir tnenas nope will he a
i prpsperous and happy one. The bride
was radiant in pale blue surah silk with
fine and tasteful. The groom -was in
regulation black with white vest. They
were a handsome couple and the bride
never looked so beautiful as she did
standing nnder the roses and re-,
ceiving tiie congratulations of the many
friends present. .'
Shortly . after the ceremony the wed-
" ' ' . . I ding party sat down to an elegant snp--Persons
leaving town for the sprmgs, which was di8CU8(wd nntil train
Tpb Dalles, July 16. 18!H.
Wtailutr'"!ftrecot Mil 13 .,
Friday; fair. Nearly ta
The Chronicle is the Only Paper in
The Dalles that Receives the Associated
sea coast, or mountains can nave jhk
Daily CuhVnicli? Sent te'theur; without
extra cost by leaving orders at this
To day is the hottest of the season.
' In less than six weeks the Union Paci
fic will be lagging favors of The Dalles.
Three holxw are in jail and two others
are in restraint for imbibing too freely
on a hot day. "
Mr. W. J. Sherman has resumed his
regular run on the road between here
time. MrViand Mrs. Moore went ' to
Portland on the q o'clock evening train,
J where they will remain for a few days
j and then return to The Dalles and go to
i housekeeping. The wedding presents
were' numerous. Among them we not
iced a very handsome silver mounted
conductor's lantern from - "Will and
Mat," with which the happy groom was
delighted, for it it a beauty.. Three sig
nal lanterns, of small pattern, made' to
hold perfumery, and colored red, white
and blue, was a present from Mat Bla-
j.sen. A leantifiil hand painted china
I set from Mr. and Mrs. Will . S. Graham
. u rwl tliAli uiin flt4iilou uttruntivl m.,l .1 f
Misses Annie and Alma Taylor daugh-itentioiiaiiion Uie nt8 A
ters of Rev. O. D. Taylor, have one to fruh preHente(, bv Mr
Portland on a visit. and M. L. E. CW, and the same from
, Col. M. l INye anrt Mr. lien Alien, ot 1 Mr. an(l Mr(,. cha. Stubling. The fath. r
PrinevHle, arrived in the city this after- j of tue bride something of n joker and
nooru and will remain a few days. j to a broom be had attached their names
Mrs. A. M. Williams and family left j and the following lines :
this .morning for Clatsop Beach, where; "This ttromn I now present to you, !
ih will rv.iiY Hnrinir the snnimer. ' ' ,to UMe 1 w""nld forefend; '"
'. THE WHEAT OI T1COK.
The ITntted" :Mstt)S; Will Rmtmf) ' p,l0
. OOa JBnabels This Tear; . "' '
"Milch is Said and written on the wheat
outlook- for 1891. The. prodocti.-.ef ,the
United States is estimated' at 555,000,000
bushels for this year, winch is above the
average about 70,000,000.' This estimate
is based on reports from state crop bur
eaus, and is not authentic enough to be
put down as reliable, but enough is
known to make calculations on, for sur
plus. In the great wheat centers of the
United States, there is a shyness about '
publishing anything that will give sem
blance to the agricultural classes that
will indicate higher prices for the year's
product. , ;
Reports have been received recently,
by the state department at Washington,
D. C, from the commercial agent of the
Millers' Association in France, which
gives some valuable information' on the
wheat question although t it may" be
somewhat premature, as the harvest is
not .eutirely .over' in th0 main, enough'
may be gathered to base estimates on.
France's average product is put down at
Stt8;500-,000 bushels,- and her annual con
sumption, to 306,000,000, bushels. She
estimates her yield at 234,540,500 bushels
for this year, and including 42,500,000
bushels used for such, shows a. defici
ency of l03,'J5y,500 bushels. ...
In Russia, Tunis, Egypt, Roumania,
and some of the Danubian provinces,
their crops are reported fairly good, but
in Hungary it will fall below the average:
Their millers' reports are optimistic, as
they desire to create the impression that
the supply is sufficient throughout the
province. The report to the state de
department concludes with the assertion
that not only France but all Europe
must look and depend onNorth America
alone to supply the deficiency, as South
America has no surplus owing .to their
internal disturbances, '
To Mr. Joseph Shearer is due the ;
credit for breaking the dead lock in the
In sunshine uw the brushy part.
In storms the other end."
Tlie other presents were a set of in-
wool market which existed here for a j dividual salt cellers from W. E. Garret
time. ! son ; silver napkin rings from Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Hepiier and children leave : Mrs. Ghas. Stevens ; majolica water set
In the morning on the 5:00 o'clock train from Mr. and Mrs. Mat Blaseu : set. of J
for llwaco, where they will pass the i fruit and sau -e dishes from Mr. and Mrs.
summer. ' ' C. Thomas; china ieacock fan, han1
Mr. Will Roberts bao accepted a posi-l Panted, from "Sing" the Opera restur-
j ant cook; iwo cno-ce oasiceis ot iruii
from Senfert Bros; a handsome vase aud
' bouuet from Mrs. Chas. Stubling and a
tipn in the city surveyor's office at Port
land, fie lately graduated from school
The Christian Endeavor society of the ,
Congregational church will give an ice
cream and croquet social at Mr. E. B. ;
McFarland's grounds tomorrow, evening. ;
All are invited. Admission free.
A Buffalo Pitts' California straw burn
er traction engine for Van Hoy & John
son of Goldendale was taken through
the streets yesterday afternoon.. It trav
eled very nicely.
' It is suggested by The ' Dalles Chbon
icle that next vear's annual session of
the Oregon Editorial association be held i
at Hood River. This is a pretty place, j
and the other attractions offered would I
be very interesting. Spokane Review.. . j
Mr. IxmiH racquet has returned to
Portland where he has obtained the con
tract for the building of another steamer.
Mr. Hugh Glen will have charge of the
work on the . Regulator during ' Mr.
I case of winefc from Mr. Stubling. The
happy couple take with' them through
life the best wishew of the Chronicle.
The New Uoab
The new steamer Regulator is, after
many delays, caused by the non arrival
of machinery, etc., Hearing completion.
The lower works are nearly done and the
upper saloon is in shape and will be en
closed tbis week. The engines will be
here tomorrow or next day ' and' wilf be
laid at once as well as the boiler be put
down on its hed. -Mr.' Pacquet says as
far as the wood work is concerned he
will be practically through on the 1st
prox., and if steam is not up then , the
Willamette iron works will have to bear
Large Wool Hhlpinenl.
There is a great deal of activity in the
I East End today, caused by a large quan-
. Mrs. Obarr. who has been advertising ! of woq1 changing hands. Mr.
-a lost watch .for a few davs in the Chkon
iclk is agawi in possession of it. Mr.
O'Neil picked it up on the road near her
place and seeing the advertisement and
being an honest man, brought the 'lost
article to this office.;
. The W. C. T. U. will liold a meeting
at the M. E. church Friday at 3:00 p. m.
They invite all interested in the -faithful
execution of our present laws, con
cerning Sabbath, observance, to come
and give their ideas of the best methods
to pursue for the accomplishment of
this end. Mas. 8.- Febnch.
Mr. D. J. Cooper, U. S. special land
agent, returned last night from an offi
cial inspection of swamp land selections
in the vicinity of Mt. Hood. This com
pletes the inspection of the list of swamp
lands in The Dalles district for the pres
ent. Mr. Cooper ' will leave today for
the Oregon City land, dintrict, where
. there are a number of swamp selections
claimed by the state which he will ex
amine. We would call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement in today's
paper of Mr. William Saunders, archi
tect. He ' has : lately came here from
. Cleveland', Ohio, and thinking there was
" j a bright future for The Dalles concluded
to locate here, and open 1 an office. He
brings the best of references with him,
and his work will hardly fail of giving
satisfaction. We hope to see business
increase in this city so much this fall
that Mi. Saunders will be able to re
main among us. permanently.
Rev. W. C. Curtis and Mr. D. J. Coop
er - returned last - night from a week's
y trip to Mt. Hood. . Mr. CurtiB looks a
little the worse for wear, but says he en
joyed the trip very much. The party
went through Dufur, Tygh Valley, Bar
low's, and up Mt. Hood to the 11,000 foot
elevation. They made headquarters at
the Summit bouse, kept by Mr. Camp
bell, of whom they speak as a model landT
lord, he being well posted in regard to
all matters of interest in that part of the
country, and having an intimate knowl
edge of every trout stream within miles
of his houae. " ' . -
Shearer has bought 200 bales today,
which with the' - amount he has on hand
will enable him to ship a train load of
twenty-seven cars which be sends over
the Northern Pacific line tomorrow,
headed for Boston. This is the largest
individual shipment of wool from Ore-
I gon this year. It seems the wool sharks
do not have everything all their own
way, so long as Joe Shearer is in the
field. The wool is shipped from the
Tin- Want' The Regulator."
Sunday the editor of the Sun went to
Hood Itiver and while there took a fly
ing' trip across the river and visited the
fishing concern of Shaw &. Olaen just
above . White Salmon.'" . The editor,
Geo." Herbert,, and Mr. Shaw, went over
in a sail boat and' spent some time in ex
amining the-'fishing trap. -..While there
the valiant Herbert raised his mighty
arm and 16! speared a twenty pound
salmon. " The ecstacies of delight into
which George was thrown at this event
made it "ho that . it was with difficulty
that -the others restrained him from
jumping overboard. There were lots of
fish seen in the trap and they appear to
be doing a rustling business. Mr. Shaw
is anxious for the Regulator to commence
running, for the Union Pacific shows no
accommodation whatever in doing their
business and they are eager that the new
boat will begin, promising it nil their
three boxes for twentv-
uvb iwdw hi joies jsronere,, . . . ..... :-
For headache ns.S.M. "headache care.
- For coughs and colds use 2379:
' For phypic always use'S. B. headache
eure--' ; -. s r: . : ' -' t
" Use- Diifur flour."' It is the best.
Ask yonr grocer for Dufur flour. "
. 2379 is the, cough syrup for children.
Bros.,' twenty-five cents per gallon. !
. For O. Jf. G. diaarhoea S.; B, pain I
cure is the best thing known.
' Get ma a cigar from that fine caae at
Snipes & Sinersley's. . . .. ... .. !
A. M. Williams & Co., have on hand a
fine lot of tennis and bicycle shoes. .
For ice cream crump use 8. 9- pain :
cure. ... -f -
Centerville hotel, on the Goidendale
stage road,, furnishes fi rst class accommo
dation for travelers.
For 4ih qf July colic use S.. B. pain
cure. . .
: The drug store of C. E. Dunham., de
ceased, is now open and will be so- con
tinued until further notice.. -.- ;
"" For 4th of' July colic use S. B, pain
. The celebrated Waiter H. Tennv .fSps-"ton-made
" mens'- and 'boys' fine '"bcJots
arid shoes' in all styles; -carried by The
Dalles" Mercantile company at B'robks
& Beers-old stand,. ';":( -
Don't wear -"vour life. out scrubbing
your kitchen floor when you can buy
suchi beautiful linoleum, the best for
kitchen and dining-room, for .75 cents a
yard, and oil-cloth at 35 cents a yard at
the store ot frinz s iNitscbe.
. For 4th of July colic use S. B. pain
cure.. . - ...'"!,
- Long Ward' offers for sale one of the
best farms of its size in Sherman county.
It consists of 240 acres of deeded land at
Ecskinville. "There is a never-failing
spring of living water capable of water
ing five hundred, head of. stock daily.
The 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.- Applv bv letter or other
wise to the editor of the Chronicle or to
the owner, W4 I... Ward, - Boyd, Wasco
county, Oregon; . "
-.V:.. Attention !. '
The 'Dalles Mercantile, company would
respectfully announce to - their many
patrons-, that they . now. have a well
selected stock, of general .-merchandise,
consisting in part of. dress goods, ging
hams, challies, sateens, prints,, hosiery,
corsets, gloves, handkerchiefs, hats, caps,
boots, shoes, gents' furnishing goods,
ladies' and mens' underware, groceries,
hardware-, crockery; glassware, etc', in
fact evervthing ' oertaining to general
merchandise; Above being hew-, full and
complete." Uome nd see us.
The Northwestern1 Life Insurance Co.,
Assets over $42,OOO,OOOL0O. ,
Surplus over $6,500,000.00.
. .;" . . ItijONDA ltEiGHTs, Sprinokikld, O., June 1&.1891.'
K. .. bhuey, , , . . .
Dayton, Ohio. '
! . ' UkakSikj Keplylng-ttrt'your requoBt for a htnti-inent bf the facts cuncerniiiK my eiperie
nn tne tqiutnble uie Assurance Society of New York in their late settlement with me, I wool .
state that in the early part of 1881, mv age being Sri years. I' took out Ten-Payment life Policy is
the Equitable upon their Ten-Year Tontine Han, for K.U00. Mv premiums during the perfoti.
amounted ti $n7 ,512.00. The Tontine period expired earJv in January of - the present year, and th
Company then offered me the following terms of settlement :
FIRST A paid up policy for '. f 10,000 Ot)
Andcash : '9,75160
SEt'OND A paid up policy for. .-. ..':..: .v.; .:..'. 54,600 00
THIRD Surrender my poficy, and receive in cash 3A.49A 80
1 .was so little satisfied with the results of my investment that 1 rliose the third, cash, propMt
don, but when I so decided, the eomjuuiy, through several of its representatives, labored to indue
me u iase one ot me oiner iorms oi settlement, tmt nnding that I was determined to surrender th
policy and take the cash, they Anally instructed me from the home otflce to ssnd policy and reoeip
for the amount, I; ,496:80, to their Htatc niannKertn Cleveland, and he would remit me the amount.
I followed their instructions and sent the olicy and receipt through my bank in Springfield to oat
correspondent in Cleveland, only to have it returned from the Cleveland Bank with the informatfMk '
that the State manager of the Kquitable states that he "had not sufficient funds to meet it." Thi
forced me to return it to the New York ofliee, and compelled me to wait some twenty days aftec
maturity before receiving final settlement. .
. l nave given no statement endorsing ine Kquitame, or expressing my satisfaction with thete
settlMient with-me. . On the other hand 1 have positively refused to do so. The fact that my re
turn were T1,01".'JO less than my total investment renders further comment tinneoessarv.
During the time 1 carried the Kuuitablu Dolicv and tin to the dv when thev suimittnl th
above proposition to me. I was kept In total ignorance of the condition of my investment.
In. marked contrast with this lias been my experience with the Northwestern, in which in 1892
I took a Ten-Year Endowment Policy, Ten-Year Tontine, for $10,000, that eompanv having from
time to time furnished me with a meiunrandum of the surplus on mv policy over the signature ot
their actuary; so that while my policy has not yet matured, and will not until next year, I ha.v
the satisfaction of knowing that at maturity it will net me from $-1,000 to (o,OOU more than the fao
of the policv calls for. . . erv trulv vours,
.... ' ROBS MITCHELL. ' .
We have thousands of comp.irisons with all Uie leading Life Insurance Com
panies of the United States.- Full information furnished upon application to
' T. A. HUDSON,. .
' ' Associate General Agent.
" JOHN A. TtKLNHARDT, .
' ' " Special Agent, The Dalles, Oregon.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was irick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a, Child, .she cried for Caatori, ;
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Xj. CBO WJfi.
MAYS & CROWE,
; ,. - (Successors to ABRAM8 t STEWART.) - (..
Retailera and tTobbera lxx
Hantware, - npaie, - eranlteware, - woooeiiwaiB,
" SILVERWARE, ETC,
AGENTS FOR THE.
"Acorn," "Charter Oak" "Argand"
- STOVES AND RANGES.
Pumps, Pipe, Plumbers' and, Steam Fitters' Supplies,'
Packing, Building Paper, i v
SASH, DOORS, SHINGLES.
; Also a complete stock of Carpenters',. Blacksmith's and
Farmei's -Tools and Fine Shelf Hardware. . V
Celebrated R. J.
Don't let the hot weather or anything
else stop you from buying ' a dress at
cost from A. M. Williams & Co.
A Water Wheel. .
Messrs. Fish cV Bardon have Wilt a
galvanized water wheel 3j feet in aize
which was sent .today to Mr, -Botiney's;
ranch at Tygh valley. It looks as if it
might be a very useful adjunct to the
ranch. ' It is arranged so as to turn the
grindstone for sharpening sickles, etc.",
and attached to a patent churn it will
bring the butter while the happy owner
is eating breakfast. The wheel will run
in an irrigating ditch. It is an excellent
piece of workmanship and looks as if it
might be substantial and do a good deal
bf work. .'-' ''
Did you ever notice that when a man
drops a piece of meat or any thing of that
sort on the floor, no difference how clean
the floor may be he will either give it a
kick or pick it up and. lay it one aide.
He will never eat it. - But let him drop
bis plug of tobacco on the street, and no
difference how dirty-, the street may be,"
he will pick it up, give it a careless wipe
on his coat sleeve or on the bosom' of his
pants, then take a big chew from it with
a keener relish than ever. ' That's the
kind of a vitrified brick a man is.
Base Kail Game. ...
. Saturday afternoon the base ball nine
from Wasco will come to this city and
play The Dalles club. The game will be
called at 2 .o'clock. The Wasco lads
play good hall and will give our boys a
lively game. The positions of The Dalles
nine will be as follows :
Post 1st b and p ; Phelps 3rd b ; Pat
terson c; Mullen 2nd b; Ingalls s s;
Wilson c f; Crate 1-f; Fritz ri f ; John
son 8 s and. .-p. We have not yet ascer
tained in what positions the Wasco boys
will 'play,1 although Mr. Bright, the
manager will probably send the same to
the Chkoniclk. -An admission of 25
cents will be charged to assist in defray
ing expenses. .- .
These are the days that lay the gold
upon the wheat, tields, the purple upon
the grape and the russet upon the cling
ing peach and apple days of life and
sunshine, when the trout leap upon the
cool riffles of the brook, and the hum of
insect life is afloat on the lazy, drowsy
air of summer ;' days when -circus clouds,
all dazzling white and fleecy, float so far
above the warm earth that it pains your
eyes your eyes to look at them in the
white' sunshine ; days that are epochs" in
the life .of children, longer seeminelv
than years in after life ; days that make'
the grass, and the shaae, ana the cool
brook and spring more precious than
silks and satins and more alluring than
the siren voice oi ambition when trou
ble and care flv awav to the blaik caves
of despair, and the old world hums with
the monody of do Ice tar mente. bvokane
.Which Fool are You?
If the people put a saddle on their
backs and .invite the monopolist to eet
on and ride, and he does not do it, he is
a fool. If the monopolist puts a paddle
on the people's backs, and then attempts
to et on and ride, and the people do not
kick,' they are fools. Which fool are
you? Alliance Sentinel.
An American lady 'desires a situation
to do house work or nursing. ' Apply to
this office. '.
The Eliot Bros, are very much pleased
with the prospects of their new find at
the Ochoco mines. On last Saturday
we were shown a lump', of gold amount
ing to $4.80 that was taken from a small
amount of the quartz.-r-ifetn'eu.
Many people invest in the "Louisiana
Lottery." Why not invest in a dress at
Williams. & Co., where you have., a 'cer
tainty of getting the best at cost?
In almost everv: neighborhood there
is sonie.one or more "persons 'whose lives
have been saved bv Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedv, or who
have been cured of chronic diarrhoea by
it.. Such persons-take special .pleasure
in recommending the remedy to others..
The praise that follows the introduction
and use makes it verv popular. 25 and 50
cent bottles for sale y Snipes & Kiner
sly. --' ' -' ' . " '
'''-'- ';"'. jioTij. ' . '".":
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 and- 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.
Twenty Dollar Reward.
Parties have been cutting the supply
pipes above the city between the flume
and the reservoir, thus doing much dam
age." This must be stopped and a re
ward of $20 is hereby offered for evidence
that will lead to the conviction of per
sons doing the same. By order of the
Board of Directors.
ROBERTS "Warranted" " Cutlervy Meriden Cutlery -and.
"Qick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. "Grand" Oil Stoves ' f
' and Anti-Rust Tinware. . " '"
All Tinning, Plumbing, Pipe Work, and Repairing
will be done on Short Notice;'
174, 17. 178. 180 SECOND STREET,
THE DALLES, OREGOW."
THE DALLES, OREGON.
Best Dollar a Day House on the Coastl
.; -,7 First-Class Meals, 25 Cents.
First Class Hotel in Every Respect.
. None but the Best of White Help Employed.
T. T. Nicholas, Prop:
Mr.. John Caraghar, a merchant' at
Caraghar, Fulton Co., Ohio, says that
St. Patrick's Pills are the best selling
pills he handles. The reason is that
they produce a pleasant cathartic effect
and are certain and thorough in their
action. Try them when you want a re
liable cathartic. For sale by Snipes &
Kinersly. . . ; .
' 'All parties having accounts against.1
the Fourth celebratiou committee tor
goods furnished, hauling, or labor per
formed &c, are requested to furnish the
same to the undersigned.
. . ov -.. W. H. Locbhiad,'
' .." Chairman Finance Committee.
The Opera Hestaarant,
No. 110 Washington Street,
MEALS at ALL1 HOURS of the DAT or NIGHT.
Mr. Frank Hnot left this morning for
The Hot Springs, Crook county, with two
heavy loads of freight.
The thermometer is dodging around
in the nineties today. '
ARREST OF A
Overtaken bjr Officer While on
. Way to British Columbia.
Seattle, July '14. Mts, Dora Ford,
EDstmiatress of Snoqualmie, was arrested
ere today upon a charge of embezzle
ment. Mr8..Ford and her husband . left
Snoqualmie for British Columbia, but
were intercepted here on a telegram
from one of the woman's bondsmen.
She was taken before United States Com
missioner Emory,' who continued the
case for two weeks upon her giving bail.
The discrepancy in her accounts is
thought to be only about $20 or $30.
Mrs. Ford claims- that , her accounts are
all right, and that her arrest is due to
spite-work? . v.; --
; : For a troublesome cough there is noth
ing better than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It strengthens the pulmonary
organs, allays any irritation and effect
ually cures the cough. -It is especially
valuable for the cough which so often
follows an attack of the grip. For sale
by Snipes s JLinersiy.
HOI THERE.!. .
" I will give 50 cents for each cow im
pounded between the hours of 8 o'clock
f. ra. and 7:30 o'clock a. m., found at
arge about my premises. Put them in
hoys, bring marshal's certificate and get
your money. ' . E. B. Dufok.
The DalleS" Mercantile Co., are now
prepared to furnish outfits tothe team
sters and farmers and all others who
desire to purchase anything in general
merchandise. " Their line is new, full
and complete. Call, and see them.
Lost, on the streets of The Dalles last
Saturdav a gunny sack containing a
home HDonsre. Quarter boots and towel.
Finder will be rewarded by. leaving the
same at this office. -. . .
' Money to Ltu. ' ' ' "-t
- $100 to $500 to. loan on short time. ,
.Bayard fc Co...
Handsomely Furnished Rooms to Rent hrthe
Day, Week or Month.
Finest Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
Special Rates to Commercial Men.
WILL S. GRAHAM,
H . C. IN I E
BOOTS AND SHOES,
tyatj ai?d Cap5- TrtJDKS ilalises,
Grexits' 3Foxirx3liFT-i-t-rag Goods,
CORNER OF SECOND AND WASHINGTON STS., THE DALLES, OREGON.
: DEALERS IN:
le anfl Fancy Grefe
Hay, Grain and'Feed.
No. 122 Cor. Washi ngtor and Third Sts-