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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
Entered at the PiwtofHee at The DaUe,-Oregon,
us second-clans matter.
'Ky. Arrive 11:40 A. u. Dejwrt 11 : A. M.
" 12:05 P.M. " W:aOP. M.
!...( .'WEST HOUND. .
So. t,Arrivci4:l a. X. iteparU 4:S0 a. u.
" V. . - 5:20 r. M. " ft:F..
Two I6ca' fn-Iietito-that carry pansenfferu leave
one for the nest nff:-ii a. M., and one for. the
eautatHA. K. .. k"
.'.'; . - . ' stags?.;, -
'il'or I'riiievllle, via. Bake Oven, leave daily
except Sunday) at a. M. ' ' , ,
Fot-Anteloie, Mitchell, Canyon City, leave
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6 a.m.
For 1 Mi fur, Kimrnley, Wamic, Wapinitia, Wanu
eprlufTH eud Tyffh Valley, leave daily (except
Uiinriuv nt A A. M.
For Goldendale, Wash., leave every day of theJ
week except Sunday at a. m.
dittoes (or all lines at the Umatilla House.
OPTICB HOC KB
General Dell v rev Window Kt. in. to 7 p. rti.-
Money Order " 8 . m. to 4 . m.
Sunday I. " 9 a. in. to 10a. m.
CL08IKO OF MAILS ,i
Pv train going East . p. toi. nnd 11:45 a. m.
' West .; 9 Ji. m. and 4:4.5 p. in.
. "StiiRC for fjoldendale. . . . - :,.7.:30 a. m.
"Prineville. 6:i a. ni.
... ufurandVarniBprinfrs-.-5'.-'Wa. mi
-1 leaving for Lyle & Uartlaud. .6:30 a. m.
" " JAntelope... 5:snt.
ITrl-weekly. Tuesday Thursday and Satumay.
" Monday Wednesday and Friday.-
H A. M. ..
41 jji. W.
Maximum temperature, 86; minimum tem
perature. 64.' 'j -
WVATI1KK PBOBAW1L1TJ KS. ..
The Dalles, Aug. 12, 1891.
Weather forecart till 12 in.
Thursday; fair. Slightly cooler.
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 12,1891.
The Chronicle is the Only Paper in
The Dalles that Receives the Associated
lion. F. A. McDonald of Seattle is in
the city. .-
Miss Susie "Ward of Kingsley is fitop
at tbe Umatilla house. .
Dry fir wood $2.60 per cord; maple,
$4.00. For sale by J. C. Baldwin.'
A. M. Branner the veteran stage man
iame into town yesterday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ales. McLeod and fam
ily have returned from Trout Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mosier of Mosier
were in the city today the guests of Mrs.
Mr. C. L. Gilbert and lion. M. P.
Isenberg of 'Hood' River are registered
at the Umatilla house.
The county school superintendents is
holding the regular teacher's examina
tion which commenced today at one
Dr. Eshelman will start tomorrow
morning for North Yakima, on a weeks
vacation, visiting relatives, Mrs. C. C.
Drew will accompany him.
. Two common drunks and one hobo
were arrested last night. One drunk
paid' his fine and the two others are
working theirs out on the streets.
Mr. T. T. Turner, the Western Union
operator, who left here on sick leave
about two months ago, has regained his
health and is expected soon to be back
at his old post. i
A special meeting of the board of
trade will be held in their rooms this
evening at eight o'clock sharp. Special
important business demands a full at
Mr. Cleveland, organizer of the K. of
P.. will organize a lodge next Saturday
at the Cascade Locks. A general invita
tion has been extended to Jlie Knights
of Pythias at The Dalles to be present.
Mr. A. A. Kennedy, who is camping
at Wind River, has the thanks of the
CiiBONici.E staff for a box of brook trout
which arrived today by express. The
number of fish bears evidence that he
and his pards are having a successful
The recent expose in the Portland
papers of a swindling building and loan
association of Chicago ought not to
prejudice the mind of any one against
associations of good standing and doing
a legitimate business. The counterfeit
proves the value and usefulness in this
as in everything else.
It will be news to Mr. J. U. Middle
ton of Hood" River to learn from the
Portland Telegram that he accompanied
the delegation from the Portland Cham
ber of Commerce last Sunday, on their
trip to the mouth of the Deschutes.
Yet that is the statement made by The
Dalles correspondent of that paper.
Joseph Southwell, five yei.rs ago,
bought 320 acres of land bordering on
the Columbia river, at the state price of
f l.zo an acre, xt nuu peen lying ior an
time previously as land not worth pur
chasing. Last week Mr. Southwell sold
it to Seufert Brothers for $2000 cash, and
besides Mr. Southwell retains a ten
year's lease of the same lands for the
consideration- of one dollar and taxes.
This will show that settlers here have
faith in the country.
A prominent rancher of Grant county
named John Anstin and his man John
Guthridge were arrested in Pendleton
last Sunday evening, charged with the
larceny of ax steer. The men were just
about to ship 36 head of cattle from the
U. P., stockyards at Pendleton.' Sus
picion attached to them because it ' is
claimed that seven head of the cattle
bore the Lux & Miller brand,' and this
firm is not in the habit of selling' cattle
in email lots.- It is also claimed that
several other brands were seen among
the bunch and that the men acted as if
they wished to make a hurried shipment
and avoid attention.. Austin claims that
he bought the cattle from several1 per
sons in the John Day country. The men
Vere committed to the county jail pend
ing an examination.
The Dalles Portage.
Article of incorporation of The Dalles
and DesChutes Portage Railway and
Navigation company were filed today in
the'dffice of the county clerk. The busi
ness in which the corporation proposes
to engage is to build, equip andbperate a
railroad from the city of The Dalles, to a
point at or 'above the east . bank of., the
mouth of the DesChutes river; to ac
quire right of way tfor track and other
needed grounds ; to purchase, lease, con
struct and operateboats' on the Colum
bia river from Dalles Citytto Portland
and from tbe eastern terminus ' of the
portage along the Columbia and Snake
rivers to the head of navigation ; to ac
qnire lands for boat landings, etc., and
to do everything needful to carry out
the objects of the corporation, said ob
jects .being to carry and transport for
hire, freight, live stock and passengers
over said route and routes already
named. The principal office of the cor
poration is at The Dalles. The amount
of the capital stock is in the first in
stance, $100,000, divided into shares of
one , thousand dollars , each and such
further addition to the capital as may
become necessary in the course of busi
ness. The incorporators are George A.
Leibs-, E. B. Dufur, T. H. Johnston- and
R. II. Norton. ; '
itKTTKR ' DEAD THAN LIVING.
Willie ' In a State of Drunkenness a
Would-be Lover Kills Himself.
Medford, Or., Aug. 11. Medford was
this morning thrown into a furor of ex
citement over the suicidal death of one
William Pine, a restaurant keeper living
at Ashland. The primary cause bears
with it something of a sensational
nature, inasmuch as the scene of the
deed was a lady'e residence. Miss Arm
strong, who is quite a fascinating blonde
and the daughter of one of Medford's re
spected townsmen,- has been unfortu
natenough to excite Pine's admiration,
and his attentions eventually became
unbearable. The evening before the
suicide he came to Medford and indulged
too freely in drink, so much as to bring
about an attack of acute mania. In this
morbidly fanciful, condition he in some
way forced his way into the Armstrong
residence and into the presence of- Miss
Armstrong, announcing his intention cf
not only committing suicide but murder
also, if she did not agree to at once wed
him. On some pretext the mother per
suaded him into another room until the
daughter escaped. Shortly thereafter he
forced his way further through the house
and discovering that the young lady had
eluded him, sat down on tbe edge of a
bed, and placing the muzzle of a revolver
in bis moutn nrea. ueatn was instan
taneous. The coroner's jury returned a
verdict in conformity with the facts.
Mrs. Armstrong and her daughter are
prostrated over the deed.
Ills Boy Not a Murderer.
V. D. Fletcher had a great scare Sun
day. He received a letter in unfamiliar
hand-writing' from Mecheam the first
words of which weref "Your little boy
has killed my son with a knife." Ha
was overcome for the moment, but fin
ally summoned courage to read further
and found that the writer wanted $30
damages. "That's pretty cheap for a
son," he pondered, and at last a light
dawned upon him a sow was meant.
Inquiry showed that Robin Fletcher had
perhaps mortally wounded a sow which
devastated the camp at Meacham, and
the owner wanted damages; as the ani
mal had a litter of igs. Robin was
duly arrested, and was prisoner in a
mock trial at Meacham. He was not
awnre of the joke, and somewhat fright
ened until the sentence was pronounced :
"You shall wear a plug hat and stand
up collar for the remainder of vour nat
ural life." "
The Canadians Were Wratby.
Dktuoit, Mich., Aug. 11. Great ex
citement prevailed at Windsor, Canada,
Saturday evening. Citizens who have a
leaning toward American principles and
government decorated their places of
business in honor of the repubiic cele
bration in this city. Minister of Militia
Caron was telegraphed- by the Windsor
royalists, who were wrathy becanse the
Canadians made so much of what they
termed the "d d Americanism," and
requested that he instruct the authori
ties at Windsor to remove the decorations.-
This order was telegraphed to
Windsor and the aid of the Essex county
fusiliers had to be called upon. When
the Windsor Americans saw the law was
imperative and that they must obey, the
flags were removed, but not until sev
eral squabbles, In which stones, etc.,
were hurled, had occurred.
The World's Fair.
Chicaao, Aug. 11. It is stated that
John M. Samuel's, of Kentucky, will
probably be nominated chief of the horti
cultural department of the world's fair
at the next meeting of the directors.
The division of the Pacific slope horti
culturists, it'ls said, made it impossible
to take a man from there.. Samuel's
friends assert that he is a practical hor
ticulturist, - as we'll as a man of broad
culture. He owns orchards in Illinois,
Kentucky, Tennessee, Florida and Cal
ifornia. Dan Francisco Market.
. Sam .Fbaxcisco, Aug. J.2. ;Wbeat,
buyer '91, 1.07; season; 1.72.
A TALK OF WOK.
A Too Confiding Man Induced to Aaslfin
His Property and I'lay. the Dupe. "
Tacoma, Aug. 11. Monroe D." Hall
acknowledges that he was badly duped
by Mrs. Mv. J. Gardner. He tells the
tale 'of woe in a long bill of complaint
filed in the superior court today against
M, J. Gardner and John Gardner, her
husband and Ezra M. Meeker. - Hall al
leges that in. May, 1890, he bought of
Ezra Meeker, lots one and two in block
No. 17, . Meeker's, second addition, to
Payallup, for $805.. Hall put up a two
story frame hotel at a cost of $500 and
furnished the same ready for occupancy ;
that Mrs. Gardner about the 1st of Feb
ruary, 1891, conspiring with John Gard
ner and wickedly intending to def ' aud
and swindle the plaintiff; falsely repre
sented that she and her husband . had
separated and that she was going to in
stitute suit for divorce ; that if Hall
would assign to her the contract with
Meeker she would take hold of the hotel
and run it for the joint benefit of Hall
and herself and they would jointly pay
the remaining unpaid part of the pur
chase price of the land, and 'when she
had obtained a divorce from her husband
she would marry Hall if he was then
ready to do so. It is needless to say that
Hall .was infatuated, accepted 'the 'prop
osition and assigned the property as al-'j
legeu wuuoui any consideration gi.ner
than that named, although the consider
ation on its face is $7000. The complaint
further, alleges that Mrs. Gardner and
husband have appropriated to them
selves the rental, $100 per month, since
the 15th of February, 1891, and that
Gardner and her husband are insolvent.
Hall implores the court to declare the
assignment of the property void and to
enjoin Ezra Meeker from executing a
deed of the property to the'Gardners. '
- Th'e Weather Eaot. ...v; '
Yesterday at ' New York the " ther-
momeier registeraa ninery-iour in ine
shade. The result was that sunstroke
carried off a dozen persons and the hos
pitals were filled with 'others overcome
by the' heat.. The suffering caused by
the heat was intensified by a plague of
mosquitoes. Animals gave' ont on all
sides and the day was one of misery for
man and. beast. During the twenty-four
hours ending at midnight there were
forty cases of prostration. At Plainfield,
Conn., the thermometer registered 104
in the shade. Farm hands were com
pelled, to stop work.; At Jewett City,
Conn., mills were compelled to stop on
account of the drought and all outdoor
laborers obliged to stop work. At Pitts
burg, Pa. the beat was so intense that it
drove people indoors and in the mills
many laborers had to quit work. '
An Imperial Decree of China.
.Washington,' Aug. 10-. The depart
ment of state has received a copy of the
imperial decree of China, issued June
12 last. In it is embodied this order :
Let the governor general and govern
ors of Liang Kiaug, Hu Kwang, Kiang
Su, Auhui and Hopek issue, without de
lay, orders to civil and military officers
under their" respective' jurisdictions to
cause the arrest of "the leaders of the
riots, try them and inflict capital pun
ishment upon them as a warning and an
example. The doctrine of Christianity
has for its purpose in teaching of men to
be good. The Chinese converts and sub
jects of China are amenable to the local
authorities. Let the Tartar generals,
the governor generals and the governors
issue proclamations warning the people
not to listen to idle rumors or false re
ports, which lead to trouble.
' Large Wheat Yield.
Madison, Minn., Aug. 12. From
fifteen and one-fourth acres of ground
in this vicinity 608 bushels and 20
pounds of wheat was threashed yester
day." It weighed sixty-one pounds to
trie Dusnei. ine yield was
was anticipated any where.
A 8800,000 Blaze.
Chicago, Aug. 12. Tons of wool and
tallow and thousands of hides were
burned this morning in the big ware
houses of Geo. O'Borne and I. M. Hosick.
The loss is estimated at $200,000. In
less than an hour the double five-story
building which the wool men occupied
was completely gntted.
In the Hands of a Receiver.
New York, , Aug. 12. The London
Toilet -and Bazar company was placed
in the hands of a receiver. ' It is said
that over $30,000 has been sunk in the
Sax - Fbancisco, Aug. 12. Forecast
for Oregon and Wahington, light rains
in northwestern Oregon and at Port
Canby, Olympia and Spokane.
The V. P. System Statement.
. Boston, Aug. 12. The Union Pacific
statement for June for the whole sys
tem, shows a net earning of $41,127,000,
a decrease of $38,900.
! A special meeting of the Knights of
Lalor will be held in their hall next
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A full
attendance is requested as matters of
special importance will come before the
meeting. - .
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 tbe same neigh
borhood. His address is Grass Valley,
Sherman county, Oregon.
A canvass made by the New England
Homestead shows thatavery few farmers
of New England and New York indorse
the new People's party. While many
favors independent political . action,
when necessary to guard the interests of
agriculture, not more than one or two
Eer cent, favor the idea of a special
irmers' political party .'i The sub-treasury
and land-loan measures are con
sidered wild schemes, and even the free
coinage of silver has bnt a small follow-,
ing among them. .
CHBOMCLB SHORT HTOPK.
For cough? and colds use 2379. : '
Use Dufur flour. It is the best.
Ask your grocer for Dufur flour.
2379 is the ongh syrup for children.
For headiu he use S. B. headache cure.
For physic always use S. B. headache
Get me a cigar from that fine caw at
Snipes & Kinersley's. - -
for O. . G. diaarhoea.S. B.
cure is the liest thing known:
Blackberries, three boxes for twenty
five cents at Joles Brothers.
For ice cream cramp use S. B. pain
Persons leaving the city for a summer I
outihg can have the Chbonici.e sent to
them without extra charge.
For 4tb of July colic use S. B. pain
The celebrated Walter H. Tennv Bos
ton-made mens' and hnvn' fin hnn(
and shoes in all styles, carried bv The
Dalles Mercantile company at Brooks
& Beers old stand.
For 4lh of July
colic use S. B. pain
Chas.- Stiibblimr has received a car
load of the famous Bohemian beer which
he has now at retail at ten cents a class
or twenty-five cents a quart. This beer
is guaranteed to be an eight month's
brew and isurerior to anv ever broueht
to The Dalles. . , .'. ; . .
For 4th 'of July y)licrnse S. B
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
Erskinville. i-oiThere is a never-failing
spring of living water capable of water
ing five hundred head of stock daily.
Tne'hou8e, which is a large store build
ing wun ten rooms attached alone cost
$1700. A . blacksmith shop and other
buildings and the whole surrounded bv a
good wire fence. Will be sold cheap and
on easy terms." .Apply by letter or other-
wife to tne editor ot trie uhroxiclk or to
the owner, V. I.. Ward, Boyd, Wanco
The opening of the Columbia is all
right, and The Welcome favors 5t with
Tight and left, but why was it neces
sary to put a big paid notice in one of
our papers m support of the proiect?
So honor able an enterprise should stand
on its own merits.
' . From San Antonio.
Aug. Hornung, a well known manu
facturer of boots and shoes at 820 Nolan
St., San Antonio, Texas, will not soon
forget his experience with' an attack of
the cramps which he relates as follows :
"I was taken with a violent cramp in the
stomach, which I believe would have
caused my death; had it not been for the
prompt use of -Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoee Remedy. The
first dose did me so ..much good that I
followed it up in twenty minutes with
the second dose, and - before the doctor
conld get to where I was, I did not need
rjim. This remedy shall always be one
of the main stays of my', family." For
sale by Snipes & Kinersly, druggists.
- l'reparine For Hot Weather.
The following telegram from White
wright, Texns, indicates that the people
in that vicinity do not intend to be
caught unprepared :
Whiteweight, Texas, June2, 1891,
Chamberlain A Co., Jles Moinex, fovea;
Ship lis at once one gross Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, 25 -ent size, and two dozen 50
cent size. We are" entirely out and have
had nearly forty calls for" it this week.
.. O. Y. Rathbdn & Co.
' This is just such a medicine as every
family should be provided with during
the hot weather. It never fails and is
pleasant to take. For sale by Snipes &
Kinersly, - ' '
The following named vessels of the Pa
cific coast have received official numbers
from the bureau of navigation : Steamer
Dalles City, gross 402.12, net 299.38, No.
126,779, and steamer Regulator, gross
434.18, net 334.88, No. 110,935: steamer
Mayflower, gross 4.8U, net UF.yu, .jno.
To the Public.
Caddo Mills, Texas, June 5, 1891.
From my own personal knowledge, I
can recommend Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy for
cramps in the stomach,' also for diarr
hoea and flux. It is the best medicine I
have ever seen used and the best selling,
as it always gives satisfaction. A. K.
Sherbill, 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale
by Snipes & Kinersly, druggists.
Twenty Dollars Reward.
Partita ViavR been cuttinir the siiddIv
j pipeS above the city between the flume
ana tne reservoir, tnusuuiug mum mint
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.
Teachers will bear in mind that the
time for holding the quarterly examina
tions has bee changed from the last
Wednesday lo the second Wednesday in
each quarter. The examination, there
fore, for this quarter will begin August
I2th. . Tboy Shelly.
,, ' Superintendent.
Childrerj Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby mxs sick, tre gave her Castoria.
When she tras a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
City taxes for 1891 are now die.
Dalles City tax assessment is now in my
hand aud will be held in niy office for
sixty days. Sixty davs from date, July
18, 1891, city taxes will be delinquent. "
.."'. O. Kinersly,
' All city warrants registered prior to
October 3rd, 1889, will be paid if pres
ented at my office. .
Interest ceases from and after this date.
The Dalles, Or., July 10th 1891.
A limited amount of good, clean, woolen
rags. Bring them to this office at once
and receive a reasonable price for same.
WE ARE! I N IT !
75 pair of Misses Shoes, worth $2.25 for $1.00
100 Corsets worth $1.25 for 50 cents.
. " OUR ENTIRE LINE. OF
DRESS GOODS AT ACTUAL COST.
v A. M. WILLIAMS & CO.
The Northwestern Life Insurance Co.,
OP MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN".
Assets over $42,000,000.00.,
- Surplus over $6,500,000.00.
Prvf. K. L. Shuey ' Laoda Heights, Spkingfiklb, O., June 15, 1891.
. Dayton, Ohio. "... ' ..
-rf.iPfh i?IB;rR,ep.1n5 to yoar ""l"?1 '"T, stntemuiit of the facta concerning my experience
. . iSeAqu.IJable Hfc As4n feociety of New York in their late settlement with me, fwoukl '
fSLl. i.".thc earlXIrrVot n'J ne wlt 56 ". J took outa Ten-Pavment Life Policy S
the KquiUiblc i iipon theit Ten-Year Tontine flan, for W,000. My: premiums during the period
amounted to i7,512.O0. The Tontine period expired e,.rly in January of the present year, anU the '
Company then offered me the following terms of settlement; - "
FIRST A jMild up jiolicy f.ir
' AE1U nun .
SECOXD A IHlill ud Dolicv for. .
THIRD Surrender my ixliey, ami rei
, o iiiiiesuusiira wiin ine results ni my Investment that I chose the third, cash, proposi
tion, but when I so decided, the Company, through several of its representatives, labored to induce
me to take one of the other forms of settlement, but finding that I was determined to surrender the
policy and take the cash, they finally instructed me from the home office to sand policy and receipt
for the amount, J36.496.K0, to their State manugerin Cleveland, and he would remit me the amount.
I followed their instructions and sent the policy and receipt through my bank in Springfield to our
corrt-spc.ndeiitin Cleveland, only to have ft returned from the Cleveland Bank with the information ,
that the btate manager of the hunitable states that he "had not sufficient funds to meet it." This
lorewiiiie uj return it 10 ine m ew rons omee. and compelled me to wait some twenty days after
maturity before receiving final settlement.
I have given no statement endorsing the Eiiuitahl-, or expressing mv satisfaction with their
settlement with me. On the other hand 1 have positively- refused to do so. The fact that my re
turns were 1,01-.20 less than my total investment renders further comment unneeessarv.
During the time I carried the Equitable policv mid up to the day when they submitted the
above proposition to me, I was kept in total ignonuic of the condition of my investment.
In marked contrast with this has been my experience with the Northwestern, in which in 1882.
I took a Ten-Year Endowment Policy, Ten-Year T. inline, for 1 10,000, that company having from
time to time furnished me with a memorandum of tli-5 surplus on mv policy over the signature of
their actuary; so that while my policy has not yet inntured, and will not until next rear, I have
the satisfaction of knowing that at maturity it will n,-t me from $4,000 to $5,000 more than the face
of the isilicy calls for. Very trnlv vours.
' ROSS MITCHELL.
Wo have thousands) of comparisons with all the leading life Insurance Com- ;
panics of the United States. Full information furnished upon application to
' T. A. HUDSON,
Associate General Agent.
N .IOHN A. REINHARDT,
Special Agent, The Dalles, Oregon.
MAYS & CROWE,
(Successors to A B RAM; 4 & STEWART.;
Xletailera cinci Jobbers ixa.
Hardware, - Tinware, - Braaiteware, - wooflenware,
SILVERWARE, ETC. '
"Acorn," "Charter Oak" "Argand"
STOVES AND RANGES.
Pumps, Pipe, Plumbers' and Steam Fitters' Supplies,
Packing, Building Paper, . , . , ,
SASH, DOORS, SHINGLES.
Also a complete stock of Carpenters', Blacksmith's and
Farmers Tools and Fine Shelf Hardware.
The Celebrated R. J. .ROBERTS "Warranted" Cutlery, Meriden Cutlery and
Tableware, the "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. "Grand" Oil Stoves
and Anti-Rust Tinware.
All Tinning, Plumbing,
will "be done
174, 170, 178. 180 SECOND STREET,
Jtfeu Qolumbia J-lotel,
THE DALLES, OREGON".
Best Dollar a Day House on the Coast!
First-Class Meals, 25 Cents.
First Class Hotel in Every Hespect.
None but the liest of White Help Employed.
T. T. Nicholas, Prop.
: DKAl.ERS IN:
Siauic and Fancy Groceri
. Hay, Grain and Feed.
No. 122 Cor. Washington and Third Sts.
6lothiei? and Tailor,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
tyat5 ar?d Qaps, Jrui)K5, Valises,
Gronte' Furn 1 yTn.- f & Q-oocaia,
CORNER OF SECOND AND WASHINGTON STS., THE DALLES, OREGON.
.............HB.OOO 00 ;
9,751 SO i'
.- ....I.. 54,600 00
- . . : . 36.496 80 :
- eive In cash-'
Xj- "FT, CT&O W'Jii-
Pipe "Work and Repairing
on Short Notice.
THE DALLES, OREGON.