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One Inch or leas in Dally '..',.. SO
Over two inches and under four inches 1 00
Over four inches aad under twelve Inches. . 75
Over twelve Inches w 50
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One Inch or less, per Inch....... .' t2 50
Over one inch and under four inches. . ..... 2 00
Qvct four inches and uuder twelve inches. . 1 50
Over twelve inches -.'. . 1 00
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nvirnniola inil 'Firaminer. ......
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Chronicle and N. Y. World. . . . .
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.1". S. Smith, 1rtor on county
Joe Bonn, for labor on county
road , . .'.V. , - ' . 68 15
J, H. Hollett, sawing wood.. .... 9 85
A. M. Keleay, salary for Sept 166 66
S. Bolton, salary for Sept 100 00
T. J. Driver. Balary - 216 66
Robt. Kelley, salary 100 00
J. Fitzgarald, janitor. . .'.'. . . . . . . . 60 00
C. L. Gilbert, school Bupt. ...... 75 00
M. M. Cushing, keeping poor. . . . 125 00
C. L. Phillips, treasurer 66 66'
C. H. Thompson, bounty animals 1 00
James Clausen, " " 1 00
J D Thomas, " . " 100
VH Odell, " " 4 00
CF Benton, " " 100
X o (in,hr-a. " " 1 00
Lee Haynes, " , . " , . 2 00
Leslie YVroe, " - " 1 00
Homer Marsh, " " 100
G W Moody, " ' 1 00
D J Cooper, ' " 1 00
Beth Morgan, " " 2 00
Cbas Pierce, " " 1 00
Sidney Kelley, . " . ' 100
T. A Powers: " " 1 00
J) T Smith, " " 2 00
D Maee, " " 1 00
Otis Barford, I " " 1 00
OL Walters, .'. " 3 00
O S Walters, " " 1 00
Edwin Odell, " " 2 00
FrankJor.es, " . 2 00
FP Gaston, " 1 00
OL Walters, " " 2 00
Joseph Endersby, " " 7 CO
J G Chamberlin, " " 1 00
Van Duyri, Adams & Co., sopplieB 2 86
Glass & Pradhouame, furni
ture for clerk's office 105 65
Glass & Prndhomme, supplies
for clerk's office. 10 00
Dr. Sutherland, prof. pel vices. .. 12 50
Mays & Crowe, supplies 5 40
Oregon Telephone & Tele
graph Co., ones, and rent. .. 8.10
D W Vause, varnishing office. ..' 4 45
Dalles Lumbering Co., wood 2 75
Times-Mountaineer, pub .- ' 150
Geo Rneh, supplies for paupers. 100
J. H. Elton, rebate on taxes 3 15
T.ana Tlrnn-. Riinnliefl ....... 5 05
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A S Blowers & son, sup. paupers 10 35
E J Perine, drawing jury list. . . 2 00
Thomas Harlan, " ... 2 00
L J Davenport, " ... 2 00
J H Fredenburg, care of poor. . . 2 00
J M Huntington, deputy assess. 102 00
A C Geieer & Co., Bup. to poor. . 2 89
C F Williams, watering streets. 3 75
Peter Richard, summoning jury -5 00
B B Goit, surveying 4 00
W D Richards, viewing road. ... 2 00
H A Levins, supplies to poor. . . 10 00
C L Gilbert, deputy assessor 141 "00
H Clougb, labor on vaulc. ...... ' 4 50
W H Whipple, salary, assessor. 2 00
M Z Donnell, med." for poor 173
Dr H Logan, prof, services 19 00
Joel Koontz, work on roads.'. . .. ' 1 50
Dalles City Water Workr; for
water, Sept. and Oct. 13 00
Lewis Dryden Ptg. Co. 29 75
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weakness and all the other symptoms of
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It ia guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
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per - box. For - sale' oy Blakeley and
NO DOG DAYS.
And Mad Doers Are Few and Far
. .Between. '
So Sara a Reliable Authority on Such
Mattera-Hence We Should Not '
; Cry "Mad Dojf" Too.
Now, the very first observation we
have ' to make on-this subject is that
there are no such days in the year's cal
endar as "dog days.' There are no
days on which, and there is no kind of
weather during1 which, a dog- is pecul
iarly liable to rabies. Rabies is a rare
disease at all seasons of the year, and
there are . no more eases of rabies in
July or August than in December or
January. , It follows, therefore, that
there is -no more reason to dread our
family friend, the dog, in hot weather
than in cold, and no more reason to
dread hydrophobia from his bite at one
time of the year than at another. The
phrase "dog days" is a false and mis
leading phrase, which nil humane persons-ought
to avoid in the interest of
We have said, and -we repeat, that
hydrophobia is one of the rarest of dis
eases; and that when it appears to be
developed, we believe it, in the vast ma
jority of cases, to be a simulated dis
ease, produced by a morbid imagina
tion. We lo not go so far as to assert
that it is- never caused by the bite of a
rabid animal; and therefore we would
advise -that all proper care should be
taken to destroy without delay all anr
imals that are affected with rabies. Itt
here again we must recall the fact that
rabies itself is one of the rarest of nil
the diseases with which dogs and other
animals are affected. When we hear
the cry of "Mad dog!" the chances are
millions- to one that the dog- is not mad ;
it is the people who are mad with ter
ror. ' ,
In the 30 years since the American
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals was established our officers
and agents have been constantly on the
outlook, but no undoubted case . of
rabies has ever fallen under their ob
servation or within their knowledge;
and of over 160,000: -dogs and other
small animals which have been cared
for at our shelter during ihe past three
years, not one single case of rabies has
been found. These fa-cts sufficiently
prove that rabies is-rarein this city and
in this state; but there is such a disease,
and it is important- for the public, as
well as yourself, that you should know
whether a sick dog is or is not rabid. If
you will note the following facts you
will have no difficulty. You will prob
ably find them -to be quite different
from the popular fancies by which most
persons are misled.
1. It is- supposed that a' mad dog
dreads -water. It is not so. The mad
dog is very likely to plunge his head to
the eyes in water, though he cannot
swallow it and laps it with difficulty.'
2. It is supposed that a mad dog runs
about with evidences of intense excite
ment. It is not so. The mad dog never
runs about in agitation; he never gal
lops; he is always alone. iisually in a
strange place, where - he 'jogs along
slowly. If- he is approached by dog or
man he shows no sign of excitement,
but when- the dog or man is near enough
he snaps and resumes hisscitary trot.
3. If a dog barks, yelps, whine-s or
growls that dog is not mad. The only
sound1 a mad dog is ever known to emit
is a hoarse howl, and that but seldom.
Even blows will not extort an outcry
from a mad dog. Therefore, if any dog.
tinder, any circumstances, utters any
other sound thai that of a hoarse howl,
that dog is not mad.
. 4. It is supposed that the mad dog
froths at the mouth. It is not so. If a
dog's jaws are covered or flecked with
iwhite froth, that, dog is not mad. The
isurest of all signs that a dog is mad is a
thick and1 ropy brown mucus clinging
to his lips, which he often tries vainly to
tear away with his paws or to wash
away with water.
5. If your own dog is bitten by any
other dog, watch him carefully. If he
is infected by rabies you will discover
signs of it possibly ire from six to ten
days. Theni he will be restless, often
igetting up only to lie down, again,
changing his position impatiently,
turning fromn side to side, and constant
ly licking or scratchingsome particular
part of his head, limbs, or body. He
will -be irrftable and inclined to dash at
other animals, and he will sometimes
snap at objects which he imagines to be
near him. He will be excessively thirsty,
lapping water eagerly and often. Then,
there will be glandular swellings about
his jaws and throat-, and he'will vainly
endeavor to rid himself of a thick, ropy,
mucous discharge from) his mouth and
throat. . If he can he will probably stray
away from home and trot slowly and.
mournfully along the highway' or
across country, meddling1 -with neither
man nor beast unless they approach
him, and.then givinga single snap. The
only exception to this behavior occurs
in ferocious dogs, which, . during the
earlier stage of excitement, may at
tack any living object In sight. Our
Animal Friends. . ;
Notice Is nerebr given that the undersigned
has been duly appointed executor of the last
will and testament of Mary Bill, deceased. All
persona having claims against ihe estate of said
deceased are herebv notified to present the same,
with the proper vouchers therefor, to me at my
office in The Dalle.". Oregon, within six months
from the date of this notice.
'. Dated September 16, 1897.
spl8-ii JOHN HARDEN, Executor.
NOTICE-SALE OF CITY LOTS.
Notice ia hereby given that by au
thority of ordinance No. 292, which
passed the Common Council of Dalles
City April. 10th, 1897, entitled, "An or
dinance to provide for the "ale of certain
lota belonging to Dalles City," I will, on
Saturday, the loth day of May. 1897,
sell at public auction, to tbe highest
bidder, all tbe following lota and parts
of lots in Gates addition to Dalles City,
Wasco county, Oregon, to-wit:
Uts 9 and 10 jointly, in block 14; lots
7, 8, 9 and 10, jointly in block 15; lota
7, 8, 9," and 10, jointly- in block 21,
known as butte; lota 10, 11 and 12, in
Dlock 27 ; lot 9 in block 34 ; lots 2, 3, 4,
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, dn block 35;
lots 2, 3, 4, 8, 9r 10, 11 and 12, in block
36; lota 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, 11 and
12, in block 37; lota 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0. 8,
9, 10, 11 and 12, in block 42; lota 1, 2, 3,
4, 5. 9, 10 and 11, in block 43; lots 1. 2,
3, 7, 10, 11 and 12, in block 41, and lota
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, in block 4b.
- The reasonable value of aa.o lots,' for
less than , which they will no ie sold,
haB been fixed and determineu by the
Common Council of Dallea City aa fol
Lots 9 and 10, in block 14, $150; lota
7, 8, 9 and 10, jointly in block 15, $200;
lota 7, 8, 9 and UO, jointly in block 21,
$200; lot 10, in block 27, $225; lot 11, in
block 27, $225 ; lot 12, in block 27, $300 ;
lot 9, in block 34, $LC0; lota 2, 3, 4, 5, 8,
9, 10 and 11, in block 35, each respect
ively $100; lots 6 and 7, in block 35,
each respectively $125; lota 2, 3, 4, 8, 9,
10 and 11, in block 36, each respectively
$100; lot 12, in block 36, $125; lota 3, 4,
5, 8, 9, 10 and 11, in block 37, each re
spectively $100;' lota 5, 7 and 12, in
block 37, each respectively $125 ;
lota 2, 3, 10 and 11, in block
41, each reapectively $100; lota 1,
7 and 12, in block 41, - each reapectively
$125; lota 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10 and 11, in
block 42, each respectively $100 ; lot e ,
6 and 12, in block 42, each respectively
$125; lota 2, 3,4, 5,9, 10 and 11, in
block 43, each respectively $100; lot 1,
in block 43, $125; lota 2, 3, 4 and 5, in
block 46, each reapecti vely $100 ; lota 1
and 6, in block 46, each respectively
Each of these lota will be sold upon
the lot respectively, and none of them
will be sold for a less Bum than the value
thereof, as above stated.
One-fourth of the price bid on any of
said lota shall be paid in caeh at the
time of sale, and the remainder in three
equal payments on or before, one, two
and three years from tbe date of said
sale, with interest on such deferred pay
ments at tbe rate of 10 per cent per
annum, payable .annually; -provided
that the payment may be made in full
at any time at- the option' of the. pur
chaser. The said Bale will begin on the 15th
day of May, 1897, at the hour oh 2
o'clock pv m. of said day, and ' will con
tinue from time to time until ail of said
lots-etiall be sold.
Dated ihia 13th day of April, 1897.
Roger B. Sissott,
Recorder of Dallea City.
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Round trip ... ....... .... 2.50
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Dalles on Tn'sdaya, Thursdays and Sat
urdays at 6:30 a. m. ;
Office in the Baldwin'Buiiding, foot of
union street. Jtor freight rates, etc, call
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...... . - OR
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at 5:25 p. m., leaves at 5:30 p. m. No. 2, to Pendle
ton, Baker City and Union Vacinc,arrives at 12:25
a. m., departs at 12;S0 a. ia. , ", . r .
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rives at 9 -25 a. mi, departs at 9:30 a.m. No. 1,
from Baker City and Cniou Pacific, arrives at
8:2 a. m., departs at 3:25 a. m. -v
Nos. 23 and 24, moving east of The Dalles-, will
carry ' passengers. No. 23 grrires at 6:30 p.m.,
departs at 12:45 p. m.
Passengers for Hep
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