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the Dalles Daily .Chronicle.
Entered at the Pontofflce at The Dalles, Oregon,
, as second-class matter.
No. 2, Arrival 11:40 A. If. Depart 11:45 A. K.
' 8. 12:U5r. M. " 12: 80 P. M.
No. 1, Arrives 4:40 a. m.
' 7, " 6:20 P. H.
Departs 4:50 a. m.
6:45 P. K.
Two locai freights that carry passengers leave
one lor the wort at 7:45 a. m., and one lor the
snat at 8 a. K.
For Prlnorllle, via. Bake Oven, leave dally
except Sunday) at t a. m. ,
liv... Anoi.-.M xritrtholl PjinvnTl Cltv. leave
' Mondays, Wednesda vs and Fridays, at 6 A. M.
springs fna lygn vaiiey, iuuvo uuij
Mnnaav) at a a. m.
For &oldendale. Wash., leave every day of the
week except Sunday at 8 a. t.
Offices for all lines at the Umatilla House.
General Dellvrey Window 8 a. m. to 7 p. m.
Money Order " 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Sunday i. D. " 9 a. m. to 10 a. m.
CLOSING OP MAILS
By trains going East 9 p.m. and 11:45 a. m.
West 9 p.m. and 4:45 p.m.
Stage for Goldendale 7 :30 a. m.
" "Prineville 6:30 a.m.
u "Dnfurand Warm Springs. . .5:30 a. m.
" tLeaving for Lyle fc Hartland. .6:30 a. m.
" " J Antelope 5:30 a. m.
tTri-weekly. Tuesday Thursday and Saturday.
" Monday Wednesday and Friday.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9, 1891.
The Chronicle' is the Only Paper in
The Dalles that Receives the Associated
Mr. C. S. McNally, a prominent arch
itect of Salem, is in the city.
Tne mayor has' issued orders to the
marshal to enforce the cow law.
Mis.: L. A. Brown reports the loss of a
worsted crazy quilt, Any person having
the same will please 'a leave it at Mr.
W. 8, Graham, the restaurant man,
will open again about the end of the
week in the store next door east of Billy
Jones' cigar store on First street.
Louis Borden has rented a part of the
Bettingen tin store and will be ready for
business tomorrow. . A stock of crockery
and glaBeware will arrive, today. .S ': ,':
The mayor of Walla Walla telegraphed
to Mayor-MayB' yesterday,' asking hini
. what., help' was needed here . Mayor
May l replied thai contributions would "be
thankfully received and that ur neces;
tuties were, very considerable. .-:.
Onr bid friend Oliver H. Cole is again
in the city adjusting the losses of that
reliable corporation, the Liverpool, London-k-Globe
Insurance. Co. His fre
quent visits here have made him', fa-
' miliar to many of our citizens, and es
pecially bo to the policy holders of that
company, as his settlements have always-reflected
Tiot only credit - to him
bat-to the company and its, -resident rep
Tesentative. . ... . ...
Yesterday ' A. G. Johnson and J. B.
McCnlly . brought : np . an upholstered
rocking chair that had teen saved from
the fire, from the basement; of the
' Umatilla house and deposited it on the
sidewalk- in front of ' the 'residence ' of
Mrs. Brittan. A few hours afterwards,
when Mr. McCully went after it to re
move it to his lodgings,- it was gone and
he has "been unable to find a trace of it
since. ' '
When the walls of the Vogt block fell
outward at the great fire, two pieces of
ornamental iron from the cornice were
thrown through the heavy plate glass of
the windows of McFarlund & French's
store to a distance of -perhaps twenty
, feet. One of these lodged in a show
case, breaking its way through the glass,
and the other, lodged on the counter,
and, as it must have been red hot, it so
melted the Tarnish that when -itcobled
off it remained stuck to the counter as if
glued there . .' " ' '. ' '" " '' "
We are requested to give notice to all
who intend to accept the courtesies of
. Paquet & Smith's invitation to accom
pany the Regulator onher trial trip next
i; Thursday that the directors of the boat
'" company have found it impossible to
'," procure the services of as many waiters
as would . be needed to serve dinner for
as many as are expected and they there
fore request them to bring along provis.
1 ions for a basket dinner and the com
pany will furnssh hot tea and coffee
free. . ' . . .
D. W. Edwards reports the loss of
one tool chest filled with books and
clothing. Color, of chest, drab; one
trunk, with fiat topi of. brown Heather
with. . iron ; bands, and ; tied . with: rope;
The trunk was - filled " with clothing.
Two bundles of bedding tied up in sheets,
several sacks of clothing in seamless
wheat sacks, a large box of oil paintings,
some with and others ' without frames.
The above-named articles are known to
have been taken out of the house. 'Any,
one knowing . where they are will oblige
by leaving word at the Chronicle
t-offlce.-,. . - . .
Mrs. Grey Mrs. Giddian is applying
for a bivorce. . Mrs. Keene Indeed ! I
rlidn't know she was stage struck
Indianapolis Journal. - .
. " Fashion, notes: There is nothing like
"having a pull." Pull the balad dress
down far enough and you have the ball
treB Minneapolis Journal. , . '' ,
Biggs What do yon think of this Dr.
Klivard's nerve medicine that's adver
tised so much? Gibbs It's a good thing
Why, I know a man in the clothing bus
iness in tliia city who commenced to use
it a month ago, and now he's advertis
ing VMen's all-wool suits for tO."
Smith Qray Co.' Monthly.
MADE FROM ONE TREE.
A Train of Fallmaa Cars Built From a
Giant California Bedwood. .
The Tulare people are going to exhibit
one of the results, of -the California
climate in an altogether original way,
says the Chicago News. . There is a tree
in that country which is a fair specimen
of what the redwood can be if it grows
enough. It 'stands in, a -gorge deep
enough to be awful, and its topmost
boughs, where the cones are thickest
are on a level with the highest rocks on
he feidea of the ravine.
It is not cut yet, so the measurements
so far taken may be at fault a bit one
way or the other, but they are near
enough the truth to make safe betting.
The tree is 390 feet high, ninety-six feet
through at the very base. A log of clean
smooth wood that will measure ninety
feet in length and average twenty feet
in diameter can easily be cut out of it.
That is what the Tulare people propose
to do, and having the log they will utilize
it to the benefit of the world's fair and
the glory of Tulare. The tree grows
well upwards the headwaters of the Ka
weah river and the great log will have to
be carried or moved in some way to the
railroad at Visalia, a distance of nearly
It is a stupendous undertaking, but
the people of the country do not slop at
trifles. In all likelihood the trunk will
be cut in sections lengthwise, and then
the sections will be put on trucks and
taken over the log road. Ox teams will
do the hauling, probably a score of span
to the section. In many places a road
will have to be cut through and built up.
Crooks and turns and precipitous slants
will have to be avoided, and often when
the road is uphill it will require the
combined strength of all - the oxen to
haul a section of the tree up the steep.
When finally the giant of Tulare woods
i? where it can be; moved on railroad
cars it " will r have." cost : hundreds and
hundreds' of dollars and six months will
have passed from the time the men with
axes started to fell it. -. .. -.
Then the important' work will begin.
The log will be made whole by the put
ting' together, of the sections. Expert
woodsmen will cut it across in the mid
dle, making two lengths, each forty-five
feet long. Each of these lengths will
then be newn into the shape of ordinary
railway passenger . coaches.- The - rough
bark of, the tree will be the roof of the
car, and on -the sides' the. .'ends of the
natural wood will be left unpolished.
The. 'inside will be ;; hollowed :-out
windows and doors put in, and: the in
terim finished after the fashion1 of Pull-
nian cars, One will be a buffet and din
ing-car j- i wutu appartments ior . oatn,
barper-shop and kitchenif!-.Tbn other
will be a sleeper with, an -observatiofj
roprri1. '.'Platforms will be put at the ends
and ordinary trucks Underneath ;uid to
prevent the 'transformed tree from - fall
ing to pieces -under ahy ; circumstances,
heavy bands of iron .will be put around
the body of the car.
- , ry i' i z-u Mr:-.-.. ; - f-.
. ' " '.' . Mews from Mosier.
. ! " ' Mosieb, Ory, Sept. 8, 1891.
Edittk of the Chronicle:
iltems .in Mosier seem to be rather
scarce this week. ' ' " ;'
L- Farmers are.tjusy taking care of their
fall fruity -.- r, u
' ' We had a shower of rain Sunday morn
ing ; enough to settle the dust a little, ...
Mosier grange' , had ' a , very i pleasant
meeting last .Friday, Have taken in
several new members in the first and
second degrees and have several more to
come in soon. - - ' '-'' ' " -
Mr. Bush Bellinger came home Satur
day evening, returning to Bridal Veil on
Sunday where he is at work. -' '-- '' -
Mr. W. Easterbrook paid Mosier a
visit Sunday, He was inquiring after
his uncle Mr. James Easterbrook, who
is now in Massachusetts. M. G.
,' Another Card of Thanks.
The board of directors of school dis
trict No. 12, desire on their own behalf
and on behalf of all the taxpayers and
patrons of the district to publicly ex
press their thanks to the principal, Prof.
M. W. Smith, all the teachers and the
Janitor ,vMr: W,m. Glasius of the public
school, for' the persistent and heroic
figlit they made on Wednesday, Septem
ber 2, to save the high school building
from destruction, and. we - are. confident
that it was only through their efforts
that the building was saved. '; '
II. M. Be all,
S. B. Aoahs,
" O..' KlNEEBLY,
v '." Dirwiors.
A trained bear in Russia got drunk and
killed three persons in its efforts to ob
tain more whiskey. It is strange how
like human beings some brutes can act.
Oh, Heavens ! In addition to . carry
ing on the tariff controversy all through
the dry season, some Oregon editors are
starting . u p dismission of the mortgage
tax law. Capital Journal., .-:', k :. ; ... .
' -. And now Senator Pfeffer says he is
"an applicant ifor. nothing except, the
grace of God." May Heaven grant it to
him. There is nothing he needs more,
unless it be a tooth-brush and a bath.
Antorian. .. ..
. The dry goods tradebf the United
States . has more money invested in it
than any other interest in the country
estimated at the enormous sum of $20,
000,000,000, while the next in order, the
railroads, has only between 410,000,000,
000 and 412,000,000,000. . - - . . .
While parading the streets at East
borne, England, on last Sunday the Sal
vation Army was attacked by a mob and
unmercifully beaten. 'J Though ': this
method of worship may not meet with
general approval there should be some
law" to protect God's:. humble creatures
from the -violent - assaults of . Encrlish
roughs. Persecution of . this nature,'
however, is only history repeating it
sels in England. While denouncing
Russia, for its treatment of the Jews,
England allows its own citizens to be
stoned in the streets. It's English, yoa
know. Catholic Sentinel. .. ; ; .
If report s are correct European nations
are now regarding : American " securities
as- very desirable.. It is estimated in
leading financial centers that $25,000,000
of gold will be shipped from Europe to
tbe" United States in the next four
months. Considering everything even
the pessimist might find something in
present indications to heighten his
gloomy outlook. . ... v . .
G. Dehm is again on deck. He saved
his stock and tools and has opened busi
ness at the cigar factory on First street.
9-9-1. . . .
J. H. Larsen will buy all scrap iron
of all kinds and pay the highest market
price. See him at the East End.
9-9-tf. ' '
Stock Holders Meeting.'
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the
Wasco Warehouse company will b. held
at the office of French & Co., The Dalles,
Oregon, on Wednesday September 30th,
1891, at 3:30 p.m., for the purpose of
electing directors for the ensuing year
and the transaction of such other busi
ness as may come before it.
The Dalles, Oregon, Aug. 29th, 1891.
G. J. Farley,
Secretary Wasco Warehouse Co.
For Sale or Bent.
One double house, new, hardfinished,
complete as two houses of five rooms
each with water. $2,500 cash, or will
rent the whole for $30, singly for $18, to
responsible parties only for not less than
six months. ' - - . -
One house' of six rooms, handsomely
painted inside, hardfinished. Also barn
and 100 feet front, fr sale for $3000.
Address box W., this office. ' - i . . .
9-7-lW: .. ; - , : - - ' . :
. All persons are hereby warned not to
purchase "or ' negotiate for a certain
promissory note bearing date about June
5, 1890, given by Max Vogt .& Co. to
Pat Donlan, for $1188, payable one year
after the date of said note with interest
thereon at 8 per cent, per annum,: as said
-note is , claimed by saidv Donlan to have
been lost or stolen. -. " , ' ..
" .The Dalles, Or., Aug. 27, 1891.
8-27-d&w-4w v . Max Vogt & Co.
.iif.a. iU rr . . i 1 .. ...
-:' i They Speak From Experience. .
"We know from experience in the use
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy that it
will prevent croup,'' says -Messrs. : Gad
berry & Worley, : Percy, Iowa. ;..They
also add that the remedy has "given great
satisfaction in this- vicinity, and that
they belfeve; it to ibe- the betrtin-i the
market., for, throat and;: lung, diseases.
Fosale' by Snipes & JKhiiersl- druggists.
B. E. French has for sale a number of
improved .ranches and. , unimproved
lands in the .Grass .Valley" neighborhood
in jSherman iDOuntyi-r They wil be 'sold
very" cheatv , anjd on 'reasonable vterinB .
Miv .French dm locate settlers- tn ooae
good unsettled claims in the sameiheigh.
Sherman county, Oregon. ;
w-r.-..g-'j -t: r.r ""-T::V -:t- - -jtr .t' ..-...-::
' "'Two Jersey "heifer" calves were turned
loose during the fire,' one solid red and
one red and white spotted. Will any
person knowing of their whereabouts
please inform me. ' J. W. Condon.
The "American Market ' for rale. "A.
good': chance for an enterprising man to
make money. . : Will be. sold. , cheap on
account of other business ; needing' at
tention. :.- :': .;::'- : : ,'. . 822-tf ,. -
Any person wishing to go to Yakima
or Ellensburgh by team, can do so by
applying to the undersigned or by leav
ing word with Mr. Whelan. ,
-.'..:. i .- -, F. M. Splawn. '
Mays & Crowe have purchased the eft-.
A! 1 a . l . e n b -r- j .
ure bmick in iraue oi riea x Xiaraon ana
are now ready for business in the latter's
old store. . .: v - 7--.- ,
Good stubble and meadow pasture to
be had on the A. . B. . Moore , place on
Three-mile, two and one-half miles from
town.,,. . ' " ' 8-17-tf.
,.. .. -.
John Booth has obtained the agency
for the Warner butter, it will hereafter
be found at 62 Second street. 3t
"Charles Stubling has opened up his
saloon in the building next door west of
the Germania saloon. tf
E. W. Trout has a new 12x14 four feet
wall tent for sale cheap.' ' It may be seen
at this office. ': tf.
Mrs. J. C Moins has a large parlor
that would be suitable for two gentlemen
roomers, - ; 9-4-tf
A choice article of Hood River seed
rye for sale at the Wasco Warehouse.
Twenty Dollars 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 sof the
Board of Directors. t
City taxes for 1891 are now due.
Dalles City tax assessment is now in my
hand and will be held in my office for
sixty -days. Sixty davs from date, July
18, 1891, city taxes will be delinquent.
. O. Kixkbsly,.
' City Treasurer. .
The Chronicle will be pleased to pub
lish, free of charge, a list of all property
that persons may have lost during the
fire and cannot find or may have in pos
session and cannot find the owner. In
all cases where convenient, goods may
be left at this office. . -
A bead rosary and a bunch of keys.
The bunch of keys contains one brass
and one iron door key, two safe or pad
lock keys and a button hook. They are
at this office.
A. A. Brown has re-opened at 109 Un
ion street, north end of the first building
north of Court .house yard, -where he
will be pleased to see his old customers.
d-W-9-8-tf. -. ; . -.' .- " -
' : 1 i - - -'- --."--y
Just received direct from San Fran
cisco manufactory, a fine stock of boots
and shoes for men and boys, neat. and at
very low prices. J. O. Baldwin.
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CHRONICLE SHORT STOPS.
For coughs and colds use 2379.
2379 is the cough syrup for children. ,
For headache use S. B. headache care!
For physic always .use S. B. headache
cure.-;. --i:-.-: ..-..'.;...
Snipes & Kinersley's. '
For O. N. G. diaarhoea S. B. pain
cure is the best thing known. - : '
For ice cream cramp use S. B. pain
Persons leaving the city for a summer
outing can have the Cheonicle sent to
them without extra charce.
For 4tb of July colic use S
For 4ih of July colio use S. B. paiix
Chas. Stubbling has received a car
load of the famous Bohemian beer which
he has now at retail at" ten cents a glass
or twenty-five cents a quart. This beer
is guaranteed to be an eight month's
brew and is superior to anv ever brought
to The Dalles. . ,
For 4th of July colic use S. B. pain
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
Er8kinville. There is a never-failing
spring of living water capable of water
ing five hundred head of stock dailv.
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 the editor of the Chronicle or to
the owner, W. L. Ward, Boyd, Wasco
There is little doubt but that many
persons suffer for years with ailments
that could easily be cured by the use of
some simple remedy. . The following in
cident is lift illustration of this ,fact:
My; wife was troubled with a pain in her
side the greater part of the time tor
three years, until cured by. Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. It has, I think, . per
manently cured her. We also have used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever
needed, and believe it to be the- best in
the,, world. P. M. Boston t Pennville,
Sullivan Co.,- Missouri. . For sale - hv
Snipes Kinersly Druggists-. . 7
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
' l-n-i t1----'--.- ''' ' I- ! i .- J i.- :
' T was sick we gare her Castoria. ,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,'
V When she became Hiss, shecluBS to Castoria,
i ?Mit ;-''3lrseftf'-!!!-!Jtsi4.-
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' -1 'Notice.
Sealed bids for the Pool Privilege at
the third annual fair of the second East
ern Oregon District Agricul fcural Society
will be i received at the office of ihe sec
retary. up to. 6 o'clock, p an. Tuesdayf
Sept..l8trl891. .The board : reserves the
right t(9 reject any.or all bids. jVfV.
cVyl orderj:.,ot.-tne bpard ,.of cbmmis
sipnera, , . Mack;:.;( .
r .' .' .I.". - ' "".Secretary.-:
J The Dalles, Aug. 20. 1891 ; :
irl f- . ' , ' ' .
, ,- An Old Adage. -; ' -.:-f - .
There is an old adage t,:- '-,." What every
body says must . be-trne.7 . Hpnry Cook,
of Newi.Knoxville, Ohio, in a recent let
t,er,say;., VChamberlain's Cough-Remedy
;hs: taken : well ; bereu. .. Everybody
likes it on account .'. of -.the' immediate
relief it gives." There is nothing like it
td loosen and relieve a severe cold. For
salejby'-Snipes & Kinersly, druggists, dw
: Notwithstanding the fire we still have
a half million (500 thousand) feet of
" '" . 'BOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
Suitable for buildings of all kinds; also
our planing mill is the only one now in
the vicinity and ready to turn out mill
ork of everv description.
' d9-3.. ... . . .Jos. T. Peters.
A girl to do general house work at a
road ranch seventeen miles from The
Dalles. , Apply at this office. 8-17-tf.
' i : . ' : ' ; . .' .
' The bankrupt sale of dry goods, etc.,
now going on at H. Solomon's old stand
is a "new thing' for The Dalles, where
a failure in business is a rare occurrence.
Close and careful buyers, however, are
improving -the opportunity by buying
goods at greatly reduced prices thereby
the rule, " What is one man's
loss is another's gain..
A 6SEMBLY NO. 4f27, K. OF U-MwIh in K.
IX of 1. ball on first and tblni buuduvs ut 3
o'clock p. m.
WASCO LODGE. SO. 35, A. F. & A. M. Meets
first and third Monday of ench month Ht 7
r. Sr. '
CiALLES KOYATj ARCH CHAITKK NO. 6
' Meets in Mnxonio Hull the third Weduexdny
of each montb-nt 7 P. M.
fODERN WOODMEN OK THE WORLD.
ifX' Mt. Hood Camp No. 59, Meets Tncsdnv even
ing of each week in I. O. O. F.IIalL t7:ao p.u.
COLUMBIA U)DGE, NO. 5, IO. O. F. Meets
i every Friday evening at 7:80 o'clock, in Odd
Sellowa hall, Second street, between Federal and
Washington. Bojouming brothers are welcome.
It .A, iSiu, 6ec'y , : . ' K. G. Closteb, N. O.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, NO. 0., K. otP. Meet
M every Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock, in
Schanno's building:, corner of Court and Second
atreeta: ' Sojourning; members are cordially in
vtted. . . . Gbo. T. Thompson,
" D.W. VaCsb.Soc'j-. C. C.
WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERENCE
UNION will meet every Friday afternoon
at S o'clock at the reading- room. All are invited.
ftEMPLE LODGE NO. 8, A. O. U. W. Meets
JL; at K. of P. Hall, Corner Second and Court
streets, xnursaay evenings at 7 :au.
'' r - - - Jobi Fiixook,'
MT. 8 Mteks, Financier. - , . . 3. W.
THE ' CHl'KCHES.
ST. PETER'S CHURCH Rev. Father Bbonb
6XBST Pastor. ' Low Mass every Sunday at
7 -A M.- High Mass at 10:30 A. M. Vespers at
- : -
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. O. . TaT
lor, Pastor. Services every Sabbath at 11
a. X. and 7:30 F. X. Sabbath School at 12 M.
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7
o'clock. . .... .y .-,
eONGREG ATIONAL CHURCH Rev. W. C.
Cdrtis, Pastor. Services every 8unday at 11
a. V. and 7r.x. Sunday School after morning
service. Strangers cordially invited. . Seat free.
ME. CHURCH Rev. H. Brown, Pastor.
Services every Sunday morning and even
ing. Sunday School at V2lA o'clock M. A cordial
invitation is extended by both pastor and people
total. :..- .- ; ' .-. .-. -. .,
The Noriii western Life Insurance Co
.; ; ' !; OF M1XWAIJKEE, WISCONSIN".
Assets over $42,000,000.00. . '
: Surplus over $6,500,000.00.
Prof. E. L. Shuey, Laoonda Heights, Spbinopield, O., June 15, 1891.
with "hYEquItablfe tiZS&$S?5, NowYkfn &S? Sf" nCeTDag,
state that in the early par? Df lil maVjbinrl1 settlement with me, f would
the Equitable upon thSr Teni "romine ?fan JSi i2 fi? m a Ten:Payment Life Policy 1
amounted to ?3712.00. Tho Tontine TCriod exi1?ii ,iV?'?' My '"??JIlm8 during the period
Company then ottered method to Pent year, and the
FIRSiy-A paid upUcy for ........ ,,..'. W000 00
, THIRureK(h3r,Lpcaii receive in ias'. ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' tejlle
policy and take the Tc.sh, tne TnaUy Instructoi me fram tL hlri4' 8urre"lOT
SaSytefoTeSeVvi?,f compelled me to wait some twenty days after
I took anaeSrnhpSoy,bS iS0"' in W ln,188
othefcf0?"1."8 thMt 'U mntaririTyJrm Wffi&ZZ'
' - ROSS MITCHELL. '
We have thousands of comparisons with all the leading Life Insurance Com
pan.es of the United States. Full information furnished upon application to
T. A. HUDSON,
' Associate General Agent.
JOHN A. REINHARDT,
' " ' ' . Special Agent, The Dalles, Oregon.
5 V; 7 (Successors to'ABRAMS & STEWART.)
Retailors ozxd ffobbera
Barilware, - Tinware, - Graiiiteware, - Wooflenware,
: SILVERWARE, ETC. - 1 ;
Acprn," "Charter Oak" "Argand"
' - SXQV ES AN D RAN G ES.
Pumps, - Pipe Piumtersrf and Steam : Fitters'. Supplies .
Packing, Building Paper, '' - j la .
v: i S AS H , POP RS, S H I NGLES.
Also a binptete stock ; of , Carpentera', Blacksmith's and
Farmers Tools and Fin Shelf Hardware. ' r
The Celebrated R. J. ROBERTS . ''Warranted" -Cutlery, Meriden Cutlery and
Tableware, the 'Quick Meal"i Gasolinetoves f Grand" Oil Stoves
..j,. .. . and Aiiti-RnBt Tinware., .
All . Tinning;'' Pluxubing, Pipe Work and Repairing'
, n . t will be; done ; ort Short' Notice. ; 7 '
SECONLV STREET,: - . ''.,. - V - . - THE DALLES, OREGON.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
Best Dollar a Day House on the Coast!
; First-Class Meals, 25 Cents.
First Class Hotel in Every Resp'ect. ,
: None but the Best of White Help Employed.
T. T. Nicholas, Pvop.
H. C. NIELS6N,
: ; ' Trl ?PP!?S AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps, Trunks and Valises,
' ' -ota-tast 3?,'iixii3.issl3LAxxe; O-oocSjs,
:OUNKR OF-SECOSr ANP WASHINGTON STS.; TICK DA LLEs7V U F - N
GpoceMes as Cheap as E Vet.
62 S9C0ND STREET 62
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tfasonic Block. Corner Third and
FOR THE :-
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Court Streets. The Dalles, Oregoa.
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