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.DECEMBER 24. 1892
There can be no doubt that the
w speech of Mr. Crisp, which was pre
' pared for the banquet of the Reform
club. in TSew York city, and was n6t
called for, would have been a fair and
honest expression of southern senti-
. merit regarding the great questions
which will have to be decided by the
Cleveland administration. The coun
try would have received further. en
- lightenment on the problem of "What
is Democracy in 1892," and ! whether
the Chicago platform or the letter of
acceptance of Mr. Cleveland was a
'' faithful exponent of , its ' principles
But it was unspoken and the people
must be satisfied with making conjee-'
,tures of what it would have contained.
It is more powerful, in its silence, than
. it would have been if it had been her
alded over the country by- means of
'. the electric current, and will doubtless
be , the means of re electing him
speaker of the next Democratic house-,
when the wounded lion can have a
sweet revenge. :
The bill introduced into congress by
Senator Mitchell last year providing
for" the election of United States sena
tors by a direct vote is an advancement
toward pure- democracy which will
bring the government nearer to the
' people, and if the same plan were
adopted in the election of president
there . would be less opportunity for
the politicians to manipulate the ballot
box to their own ends. As it is, states
are gerrymandered' into districts and
fusions of different' parties effected to
defeat the wishes cf electors in their
choice of chief magistrate, and legisla
tors are frequently influenced by money
- in naming the person who shall repre
sent the state in the highest branch of
the legislature. v- A government by the
people and for; the people should be
what the words imply, and the ballot-
- box should be the grand arbitrator : of
all questions, instead . of legislatures
and electoral colleges.. , . . -
Congressman Elect Joseph U. Can
non, of Danville, has been in Wa&h-
' ington sizing up the harmony -of the
Democratic party, says an eastern ex
change, and expects the new congress
to do little for want of unity in the
ranks of the majority. The Repub-
, licans could not have three better men
to watch the squabbling of the free
traders than ex Speaker Reed, Con
gressman Cannon and John H. Gear,
. of Iowa. : They. were three of the
ablest protection leaders in the Repub
lican - fifty-first' congress, and what
ever mistakes the Democrats make
' will not have . to be pointed out to
them by . the opposition. There . will
not be in Washington three men bel
ter acquainted with the business of the
- government and the effects of free
trane legislation on the different inter
ests of the country, . 1 ' -
France has wonderfully recuperated
since the fall of Sedan, and - now Ger
many finds it necessary to make extra
preparations to' protect herself against
- her warlike neighbor. When Paris
surrendered to the. victorious German
army, and a few days after when the
commune glutted itself on the ruined
city, France was literally in the dust;
but during the two decades that have
since elapsed there has been wonderful
recuperation, and the French army
and nu tuitions of war are equal if not
superior to those of Emperor William's
across the Rhine.. ! The, tri-color of
France must float victoriously : over
Alsace and Lorraine before the war
spirit of the French will cool, and
until that time the peace of Europe
will liable to be disturbed at any .too
ment. . ; ; V.' '
"" The Democratic partyy apparently
BOt satisfied with the victory it ob
tained in the last election, is attempt-,
ing to capture all the senators in the
doubtful states. : A little" success has
- made - Democrats desire more, and
nothing would please them better than
to make the senate as Democratic.pro
portionately, as the house; but in this
they will fail. Even Republicans
have some right to demand an hoi.est
and full count, and to stop all chican -ery
with members of the legislature
when that body is exercising its pre
rogative of. electing TJ S. senators
The legislature is composed of repre
sentatives of' the . people, and .they
have a right to demand that their
wishes be carried oat.
Murder at 'Warrens. -
.' ' W. W. Exchange. - -r-';- .-
. AXewistoo dispatch says that on Mon
day, December 6th, Jack Wilkins was
foully'and deliberately murdered by Heury
Schiller. Both men were miners and
formerly paid attentions to the- same girl,
" who married Wilkins. ; At a party on tbe
Sunday " evening previous the two men
quarreled, and . Schiller made threats, if
Wilkins passed his bouse next day he wodld
kill him. As there wss only on way to go
to bis work Wilkins started off on snow
shoes past Schiller's cabin and soon after, aa
he did not show np at the mine, a search
was' made and ha was found dead from" a
shotgun .wound in, front of Schiller's resi
: denoe. ; Tbe .murderer was arrested and
taken to Idaho Cityr ""
In the early days and flash times of War
rens, tbe camp had a most excellent repute:
tion, and it was tbe boast of the . honest
minors there for years that the killing oi
men and lynehiugs that were so frequent
in Florenoa and other jniuing camps, were
quite unknown there.. But of late years
there has been several cases there. "
' The Oat Theory Exploded.
: The editor of the Prineville iVetos has had
& 1.1a .viunirtiM iliik. AArlo Tinnrm.t
m IIIUW K. " . ' . . .J w,
morning with a black cat. and this is the
The old age of idea is fraught with an
explosive tendency that makes them dan
gerous to fool with." One of them blew np
in the Newt odlce this week and when- we
went to look for its fragments we could only
find where they bad spattered a the dost
mm ttA ainf svsssr lawipaM ' Tfc KstSi. gtftnn 1 - - '
aaid that for a black cat to come to one'a
household end ask for utarahattioaj pipers
was a "sJtfn of Kood, lack." On rnorninn
hi. alr - wa trot oat of bed and KacJrad
thr tagh the keyhole into the printing office
to sse it the type was still setting, and dis
covered a kitten of decidedly brunette com
p exion snooziDg peacefully on the writing
dnfc where we make thrones to totter and
corruption wince. We gave one horrified
gisp when we saw th kitten's danger and
then gently removed him with a piece of
juniper bark whioh we had accumulated for
purposes of ignition. As he went down,
down, down, through the hole in the floor,
we began to take the r iat out of our sus
penders in preparation for the good fortune
that was coming to see us, and when we
went after our mail we firmly expected to
find a proposition for advertising something
for a year in payment for an etectria corset.
Bat it wasn't there, and before eight wc
had lost a subscriber, broke a tooth in. oar
bucksaw and skinned onr nose against the
'door. . We don't believe in the cat theory
any more, and t.ie u xt one that cornea
around here will have the power of the
press directed against him if we can get him
under the platen. ,
- Twentieth Anniversary."
The twentieth anniversary of the mar
riage of Miss Blanche Gray to Mr, J. M.
Patterson attracted a large number of
friends to their residence in this city. As
this event is denominated a "chiou" wed
ding, the quests made many very handsome
presents to Mr. and Mrs. Patterson ot China
ware. The evening was spent very enjoya
bly, and the partiea were the recipients of
many congratulations. - Those present were:
Mr and Mrs W H Wilson, Mr and Mrs B S
Huntingtoi, Rev and Mrs W H Wilson,
Rev and Mrs W C Curtis, Dr and Mrs W E
Rinebart, Dr and Slra O D Djane, Dr and
MrsOC Hollisttr, Judge and Mrs. Brad--shaw,
Judge and Mrs Blakeley, Hon and
Mrs Z F Moody, Mr and Mrs L E Crowe,
Mrs A M Williams, Mr and Mrs 0 L Bar
rett, Mr and Mrs R F Gibbons, Mr and Mr
Fred Houghton, Mr an,d Mrs Smith French,
Mr and Mrs Dan French, Mr and Mrs Wm
Michel), Mr and Mrs E C Pease, Mr and
Mrs Hobson, Mr and Mrs W L Lord, Mr
and Mrs T J Kelly. Mr and Mrs 1 B Cros
sen, Mr and Mrs W S Myers, Mr and Mrs
3 L Brooks, Mrs Mary E French, Mr and
Mrs Briggf, Mr and Mrs C H Bro.wn, Mr
and Mrs J W Crawford of Pendleton, Mrs
J W Gray and Mr and Mrs S G Lownsdale
' Board of Equalisation.
-The members of the board of equalisation
arrived in the. city last night from Baker
City, and spent the day looking oyer the
books of onr officials The board consists
of the following districts:
First Judicial District. V. A. Dunlap,
comprising Lake, Klamath, Jackson and
Second. A. C. Woodcock, Eugene, com
prising counties of Carry,. Coos,' Douglas,
Lane and Benton.
Third. J. D. Gibson, Salem, comprising
counties of Tillamook, Yamhill, Polk,
Marion and Linn.
' Fourth. J. P. O. Lownsdale, Portland,
Fifth. G. Wingate, Astoria, comprising
counties of Columbia, Washington and
Clack' mas. '
, Sixth. W. G. Hunter, Island City, com
prising counties of Harney, Malheur, Baker,
Union, Grant, Wallowa and Umatilla.
Seventh J. L. Lackey, Prineville, com
prising counties of Crook, Wasco," Morrow,
Gilliam and Sherman. " v
Women as Pioneers.
Tbe women of Washington are state
builders as well as tbe. men, as tbe fol
lowing from, the Coulee City Newt will
demonstrate: , To the women belong
considerable credit as pioneers in the
Big Bend.' Id townships 25 and 20,
range 29, and townships 25 and 23, range
SO, there has been proven up on tbe
patents granted to women- for over 3,000
acres of land, and . there are still now
some five or six west ot Coulee City in
Pierpoint and Chester precincts holding
down their claims with as much credit as
any man in tbeir vicinity. Some thai
have already, proved up on tbeir claims
continue to improve tbem arid have from'
40 to 160 acres under cultivation which
will bring them a ' creditadla . income.
AD honor to our. Big Bend women who
bad nerve to take of Uncle Sam's liberal
ity, and .who also bad the grit .to bold
dawn a claim. ' I Y V- ;
- Letters Advertised.
y The following is the list of letters re
inaining in The Dalles postoffice uncalled
for Saturday, Deo. 17, 1892. Persons call
ing for these letters will please give the
data on which they were advertised: v " i
Abbott J ' ,
Bananard, J -Barkher,
Beutball, H C
Dras, Emma '
Glaveys, M M 'r",,s
Joslin, Ed - -- - r
Mteres, Mrs Max
Olson, N "
HaDfrew, O H
Warner, Mrs Susan
Bordon, Mrs ML
Uimkey, F '
Edwards, Fred -Velbaom,
Goiluer, H y
Josey, N F
Kerby, J P- 2 -
Leacey, Mrs Lillie
Morifan, Mrs Eva i.
McReyoolds. E HV.
Quirk, Mrs Laura
iSberwood, L C
Walker, A J '
Williama, F T .
M. T. Nolan, P. M.
The marriage of Miss Minnie Anderson
to Mr. H. L. Kuck was celebrated Sun
day at the residence of Mr. A. J. Ander
son, Rev." W. C, Curtis, pastor of the Coa
gregational church, officiating. Both par
tiea are. well and favorably known in this
city, and nave a loog list of friends among
their acquaintances'. ' Mr.' H. L Kuck, the
groom, is the proprietor of. the East. End
saddlery and harness shop, and, aside from
excellent business qualities, .enjoys an envi-i
able reputation for 'habits of sobriety, indus
try sod honesty." Mrs. Kuck is the 'oldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A J - Anderson,
who have resided near this city for many
years, and the- yonog lady is possessed : ot
those estimable qualities .which . adora
woman in all t th walks, jot life.. Either
oould not have made a better choice of a
luture partner for life, and the congratula
tions 01 tne commuuity will be extended to
The Hood Biver Qladrr takes the follow
ing sensible view of the Mohr "bluff" on the
Washington side bf ,the riyeEik" According
to Mr. Mohr, the toad is to be finished bv
July, 1893. In bra advertisement for bids
ha require that work be commenced by
January 15, 1693. A remarkable coi ci
denoain connection with , Mr. Mohr'a sud
den celerity in commenciDg wo.k on his
road, that, like'Tha Dalles aboe ihopsj u
principally sednerv and location, lathe fact
that the Qregon legislature meets on' the
Bihot January and will, be organized and
ready to transact business the very day Mr.
Mobr will open bis bids, Of course the
Oregon legislature will b informed of lr,
Mobr's soliyity, and au effprt'will be made
to prevent the baildrng of a portage road on
this side by the state Eastern Oregon will
not be caught with that kind of transparency
but will insist on" a portage ruad to be built
and controlled by tbe state on this side bf
tie river, r-.r--:; ; ; ;.
. BawiUial'SJ .rs.rsi IMt TO.
' The hett salve in tbe world . for .cots
braises,- sores, nlcers, salt rhenmJ tever
sores, tatter,, cbtpped jisidj. tflUatoa,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures pile, or no pay required. Jt
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money feftmded. r Price 25 cents per
box.-' FoTaalo by ikilpes ft Kintrsly. l
TEAGEDT 15 BRITISH COLUMBIA.
A Farmer VitUeneXTiie Dalle Killed
WM1 Attempt Inn; With other
Men to Captor a Band of
. Mr. T. J. Coram, a brother of Mrs. Chas.'
E. Miller, of Deschutes, and a former resi
dent of The Dalles, was killed Nov, 24th,
in Wyatt ' county, B. C, about fortv miles
northeast of Kelson, a town on the Oauadi'
an Pacific. He has been engaged in the
cattle bnsiness i'i that region .for several
years, and had sold a band for $8000. After
delivering the stock and receiving the
money, in- company with two men by thr
names cf Pickena and T-lbot, he started
for the nearest point rn the railroad, and
had' come to a station stout sixteen miles
from Nelson,' when- the party were over
hauled by five highwaymen who robbed
Coram of the coin ou his person. His com
panions went on to the railroad? but Tom
rode back te Wyatt, the shire town of the
county by the same name, and informed the
sheriff. That ocial organized a posse,
consisting of his deputy, Allen, Constable
Nuxol and two other men. I Piocuring som.
bloodhounds, and guided by Coram, they
came to the place where the robbery was
committed. The dogB ROt the acent. and
followed it to a place about - fcrty mile
northeast of Nelson, where the robbers weie
surprised in camp. They immediately
opened fire on the posse, and at tbo firs:
discharge the sheriffs men fled and left
Coram alone, to continue the fight. That
he fought bravely la p-oed by the fact
that when his dead body was found
the next day, it v was very near : thr
camp and two of the bighwa; me a wen
dead from rifle balls. Ha was shot
in the forehead between the eyes, and an
empty Winchester was by his side and au
iyory bandied revolver in his hand. The
coroner found on the fJersooB of the two
dead men (2000. and it is presumed the)
divided the booty. By papers in their
pockets the names of the two dead robbers
were ascertained to be Wilaon and Charlet
Rowe; but these of the other three who es
caped are not known. These facts were
given to Deputy Sheriff Phirman by a man
who waa en route to California to infoim
Mr. (Jorum's wife of his death. . He told the
deputy that robberies are Inquent in that
portion tf British Columbia, and it is cot
safe for a man to traval any distance with
money in his' possession. T. J. Coram was
a resident of this county' for a uuinber of
years, and his sad fate will be deplored by
his former friends and acquaintances.
Oregonian: Earl Schwartz, a German,
aged about 21 years, was killed by a
Northern Pacific train at 5:10 o'clock
yesterday evening.' He had taken a load
of sawdust from the mills, arid, upon bis
return, stopped at the office of tbe com
pany, which is a few rods distant from
tbe mills. ' He Btated to tbe people there
that, he wasgoiog to the barn and then
drove off. The railroad track is betwren
the office and the mill, and just then tbe
Northern Pacific train came alorg.
He drove bis horses upon the. crosaiog,
and just as tbey had passed over the loco
motive struck the wagon bebiod tbe for
ward wheels, smashing it into kindling
wood. Schwartz was hurled into tbe air
and landed about twenty, feet from tbe
track. Some employes of tbe millt who
saw ..the accident, ran to his -assistance
aod carried him into the office and a phy
sician was sent tor. It was u-eless, how
ever, for tbe young man's injuries were
fatal. - He lived only about ten minutes.
East Oregonian: J. . F.. Graham, late
general road foreman on this division of
the Union Pacific, wis tendered a little
surprise at La Grande Thursday nigbt
A gathering of railroad boys was held in
tbe club rooms, and ooe of tbem in a
neat speech, presented Mr.' Graham .with
an elegant silver set in bebalt of tbe as
sembled employes.' The set consisted of I
eleven pieces of solid silver, beautifully
finished. Tne recipient, when be arose
to respond, could find -oo utterance, save
MBfy s, I ..cannot . talk." ' Mr. Graham
leaves Monday night, via San Francisco,
tor JUarshalitown, la., wnere He takes a
position as master mechanic oa the Iowa
Central. He takes with him the good
opinion and best withes of all tbe rai.
road .men with whom be has-' been asso
ciated here for several years.
Tbe Pbipps family, of Jackson county
beats the record for" family trouble
Here it is: M.J. Pbipps, was saetTfor
damages by Spencer Cbilders for throw
ing him over a plow, by which tbe latter
received injuries. The suit was for $10,
000, but tba jury gave Cbilders $1000.
Emma Cooper sued Celeste Pbipps aod
berson for damages for defamation of
character ' -' and ' obtained a verdict of
$5000--Yoong Pbipps married w-sister
of tbe plaintiff and afterwards procured
a divorce, to set aside which another suit
isjiow Jpending in the docket, la his
sworn testimony in tbe divorce esse be
made an allegation against Miss Cooper
which tbe jury found to be false, malic
ious and of .such character that they
gave the verdict as stated. ' -. i'-;
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' Heal Estate Transfers.
Deo 20 Frances I Woodruff to Mrs Eliza
F Davis; s of sej and of aw see 14, tp
5 s, r 12 east; $523. . - . - s; ;
Deo 20 Nicholas Blaser and wife to J H
Sherar; p J of sw t of swi and wl -of '
DeJ sec 32, tp 1 p, r 14 east; f J oi s J seo
32, tp 1 n, r 14 eaat; n of nej sec 6tp 1
a, r 14 east; $7000. ;
:- Deo 19 John R Bunkin and wife to John
T Nealeish; eleven acres So see 2, tp 2 n, r
10 east; $270
DeaerviBsr 1 raise.
We desire to say to oor "citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery tor Consumption,-' Dr.
King's New Lite Pills, Buckleu's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters.and have never
handled remedies that sell as well, or that
have given such universal satisfaction.
We do' not hesitate to guarantee them
every time, and we stand -ready to - refund
the purchase price, if satisfactory jeulta
do not follow iheir use. These remedies
have won their great populnr.ty purely
on their merits. ,: 1 ' '-: ! i:. i i
; 1 Snipes & Kinersly, Druggists.
For bread, cakes or pies from Bach's Pio
neer bakery, go to Campbell Bros. , " .
FASHIONABLE MHUSER' !
: AT -, :' .
114 SECOND STREET.
H FULL ASSORTMENT
or avsaiTunte ra
hats,- mm m trimmings
J. -,fH.i .-.
. MRS. A. SCHOOLING, Manager.
iVcol & Commission Merchants
610 Atlantic Ave., Boston,
ayCas advances made on eontlifntssril .
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Omcs at VAHCouvaa, Wsu.,
To William L, Lee and all whom it m y o icern:
Notice is hereby riven that the I ol owin; .nam .! wi
tters hare filed notice of their inteniii.u .u make
final proofs in support of their claim and that rs. d
proofs will be made before w. R Di nhar. Coram s
aioncr United Sta es Circuit Court, di. t ict ot Wa h
inffton, at his office in Goldendaie, Wash., on Jut
16, 1393, vis- '
WENDELIV LEIDL .
Homestead Applicition No. 8280, for the WM of
Nb.. 8e'i of NW1, and JfcJ of SWJ. Sec lU.TpS N,
K 14 E, W VI.
He name the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence apon and cultivation of fl-tiii
land, v: Ueorice O. Mudsiy. A leas Campbell
Melville M Warner, Willi im Bnagefarmer, til of
HartUnd poAfflce, Washington.
WENDKLIS I E1DL, '
Purchase Application So. 243 under Pe C S, Forleit
u e Act, sept. IB, 1'400,'for ibeAU of Ntj.and h4
at 8K, 8ej 19, TpS h. R 11 E, W If .
Ht names the following- witnesw s to prove -is
claim to said land viz: George u. Lindsay. mrus
Campbell, Melville iL Warner, Wil.Uin Brldire
farmer, all of Uartland post tBce, Washington.
GEO GB U. LINDSAY,
Porchise Application So 280. u-der Sec 3, ForMi
urn A' t. S pt. 29. 1890, lor the MSJ, bee 21, Tp 3 N,
He names tbe followinir witnesses to prove bis
claim to said land, viz: Wonielin Leid., Angiu
Uampbell, Melville M Waruur, . Will'am bridge
tanner, all of Uartland fostoffioe. Wi hingion.
Purchase Applinttioa No. v9. under sc. 3, Forf It
ure Act. Srpt. 29. Ib90, foi the SEJ of stj, bee 21,
rle names 'the following witnesses to prove his
claim to said land, viz: Alar via M bplawn, John
Kurt), WiMam BnBgrfarmer, Ha-Hand irfwtt BJw,
Wash ; William Vau Vcwr, Goldendaie p stotbee.
JOHN A. SPLAWN.
Purchase Application No. 30, under Src 3, Forfeit
ure Act, bepu iS), 1890, lor tbe !$ of M V , bee 29.
fp S N, K 13 E, w M. .
He n mes the following witnesses to prove his
claim to aaid land, via: John H Ward. William A
u. Maikman, WaltrrM. Hardison, Uartland post
offics, Wash.; William Garner, Ly e po-totfice, u ash
'WILLIAM O. A. MARCH VIA N,
Purchase Application No 49, under Sec S. For'eit
u.e Act; oept. 29, 1890, for the EJ, sec S3, I p 3 It,
K 13 E, W M
- ho ntmes the followine witnesses to prove his
claim to Mid land, viz.- Juhn M. bplawn, John Kure,
Gabriel Hardiwu, Hartlan! p..8t'irricc, Waah.; Will
iam Vao Vactor, Goldendaie p-stoifi, Wash.
nv26 JOHN D. G50GHEGAN. Regi tor.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lass Omcs t Vancocvir Wash.,
Dtcember 12. 1882.
To Robert Handerson and all whom it may concern:
Notice is h teby grrten that the fol owinir-named
settlt rs hav filed notice of their intention to make
fiu 1 pruf in support of their claims, and that taid
proofs wid be made before W. R. i.unbar, conimia
eionei United states Circuit Court for D'irtrict of
Washington, at bis office in Goldendaie, Wash., on
January 30, 1893. viz: .
FKASCI3 M. SPLAWN,
Purchase application No. 83S under Sec 3, Forfeit
ure act September 29, 1890. for the N hf of SB qr,
MS qrof s.W q. 8 hf of NW qr and W nf of NE qr.
See 29, Tp 3 N, R. 13 E, W M. -.
He names tbe following witnes es to prove his
claim to said land, viz: William Van Vactor, Melville
M. Warner. William F. Outfield, nf Uol 'eudale
Postoffice, Wash., and W lliim O. A, Marckuuon,
el Hartland Potto i ce, Wash.
' CARL C. F8ANZEN. '
Purchase application No. 9, unier Sec 9, Forfeiture
Act cVpt. 29, 1890. for tbe XW qr of N W qr and N W
qr of SW qr, bo 81. Tp 8 N, H 13 K, W U.
He names tbe following witireeses to prove bis
claim t said land, via: Francis M. gplawo, William
nanier, Ua ion M Splawo and John Kure, all of
Uartland Postoffloe, Wash.
deetlT . JOtlM D. GK'JGBEGAN. Register.
NOTICE F6E PUBLICATION.
Laav Omci at Tua Uallbs, Orntooi,
' Nov. 9, 1892.
Notice is hereby (riven that in compliance with the
provisions of tbe act of const re es of June 8, 1878, en
titled ' An- act for tbe sale of -limber land in the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing-tou
Territory." fiuldah McCoy, of Portland, county of
Multnomah, state ot Oregon, baa this day filed m
this office her aworn statement, No., for the
purchase of the W bf SW qr. Sec 14, and HE qr SB
qr. aod HE qr NE qr, of Sec 15, in Tp 6 S, R 10 E.
and will off. r proof co how that the land sought is
more vatnable for its timber ,r stone than fur atrri-cultural-purposes,
and te establish her claim to said
land b fore tbe rerister an-i receiver of this office at
The Dalles, Oregon, on - tbe 1st day of February,
She names as witnesses- O W McOy, of Portlani,
Oregon, Hampton Kelly, W M Kidgeway, Isaac E
Rtoe, of Wapinitia, uregon.-
Any and all persona claiming adversely the above
des ribed lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 1st dny of February ,1893.
''. JOHN LKW1S, Register. .
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
. ,' . - Laud Omca at Tbi Dalles, One.,
December 3, 1802.
Notice Is herebv given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final
proof in support of bis claim and that atid proof
will be made bef'ire tbe register and receiver at The
Dalles, Or.; on Monday, Jan. 23, 1893, vis:
JOSEPH BA It RILL,
Homestead App.ication Na. 4615, for the EJ of NE,
anu cy oi ocyt, of eec o, ip a a, n 1
- Be names the following witnesses to prove his
eonunoou -renaence apon, ana cultivation ot, bbm
lana, via: '
Thomas C Fare her, Dulur, Or.; H. Fargher, Nan
sens. Or.; Cbarles Payette, Joseph Daney, Kingsley,
. declO . TORN W. LEWIS. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
- UKtrFD Stars .Lakh Officb.
'' - The Dalles, Or. Dec. s, 1892.
Notice is hereby riven that the following named
settler bas filed notice of her intention to make
final proof in support of her claim, and that said
proof will be made before the register and receiver
oa uv w. o. HUN WIN, mh 111, 1WIGB, UTu Oil ail.
Homrstead Application No. r, 97, for the SW qr of
x, Tf r, uu a w qr DI on qr, Ul Dec Zl, Ap 1 A, It
1 Ei, W Al. ,
8he names the followine witnesses to prove hor
oqiiuddiiiu reaiaence upon ana cultivation of aald
land, vis: ,
- H.GI'ptn, H. hioe, N. McDonald, P. Garlaw, all
n id1 vanes, uregon
declO ., - i. JOHN W. LEWiS, Kegister,
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
. Laho Omcs at Tbi Dallxs, Or.
Nor. 6. 18S2.
Notice is herebv given that the followinsr-named
settler has filed notice ot bis intention to make final
proof In support of his eiaim, and that said proof
wm oa maae oeiore toe uegieter anu tieceiver Of th
U. 8. Land Office at The Dalles. Or., on Deoamhw
ro, lovi, via:
" Hd. Ato. Ho. 2090, for tbe SWJi, Sec Si, Tp 1 H,
1 IV A, Tf JB.
Be names the following witnesses to nrovahia
wuuuuwua reeiaeuce auon, ana cuiuvation ol, said
mm, via; - '
E. If. Sharp. H. 8 ' Hannah. J. L. Huinfh n j
auua, ail Ul Alio Araues, UT.
nvI2 JOHN W. MWIS. Begister.
- NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. ,
' , Lakd Omca at Vaxoodvxx, Wah
i ' . fWftinhttv 19 1D09
Notice is herebv friren that Iba foUowinir named
settler has filed notice nf his Intention to make final
proof in support or nis cl&un, and that said proof
will he made before W. It. Dunbar, rViiiiiiasaliiiiiii
t-nitea utes utrcnit Uourt, ntstrict ot Washington.
at bis office iu Goldendaie, Waah on January 28,
JOHN T. LUCAS." . .
Purchase Application No. , nnder Sec. t. Forfeit
ure Act, Sept. 29, lew for the N of N Wl and HI of
NBqr.Seeir.TpeN.R WE. WM. i i "
He names . the following- witnesses to prove his
Claim to sa a lanu vu: Levi K Hillearv. Vernon T
Oook, William 1. Gilmore, of The Dalles Postofficr,
or., ao-1 Manuel 8. Le nardo,of Centervilie, Wash.
. mil. fvaa v. u&. jtejrlster.
Notice to Contractors.
CHIEF ENOINtCER'3 OFFICE, ' 1
COLUMBIA R'Y & KAV. CO., -
. -- Tn-Dalles,-Or.,iee 14, "pi J
Sealed propoaabnrill be receive at this office un
til De-ember 28, ISM, for the contructioa of the
portage r.urou ot mis company from Columbus to
tba western terminus (opposite CnueV point), a dis
distanoe of twenty-two -o iles, including sTaoins,
brldirin r, tor.ncrwork, trackUvylua; and -bauli timr.
Rock excatatlon and tunnelwirk to be commenced
oy January loth, 1893, and completed by the
join oay or siay, and all remainlutr work
k ue compieea dv JU.y 15, ib3. Maps, profiles,
plans, hpeefficatioas. and app-oaimatei estimate of
quintities can be obtained by application t tbe
chief Kmiii.eer, . a also ih blank forrps for pio
poxala tlu aa-i after Satu.day. Deo. 17, no prop aui
will be received unless written upon auch blanks.
All payment will be made ir. cash, wiiuihf wenty
days from the date of each monthly estimaie. aucb
monthlt estimat .- to be aoade on r about the last
day of each m .nth during; which the work was dona
or materia s fiimiahnd. Ihe right to reje. t any bid
is reserved. All applications or bidi to be a tdrhssed
to Kmery liver, Ch ef Engineer. Freucb'a bu Idinir,
The Dailes, uregon.- decUtd
Koticeof Final Seltat
VTOnCEis hereby given tin, the undentgned,
XI adminLtrator ot the estate of W. C. Tariun.
deceased, has filed his final account a such adminis
trator and tbe time tor beariug the same and anv objection-
tbere may a th-reto, has been set by Hon.
u. C. Blakeley, J idge of the county court of. the
state of oreg.,n for Weeco count, for Wednesday,
the 4th day of January, 1893. at the hour of
" m., a h euuwy court room In tbe eourt
house ot said Wauo countv, all beira, creditor
and other persona lntereated in said estate are
hereby required to sp ar and present their objeo-
."U M HW HUHIUL II Ul I H IV Mm (Ul ttm hMM.
wu win uamea ate. HaassaT C Rooraa. i
uaues City. Or., Dee. . 188. Administrator.
T y mutual consent the e -pa'toership heretofore
j. m vmjik n v riixa: ann u t:neeaman
under the una name of R O Klee AOvl. hrh
dissolved. U Cueesman ai.l be nann. li. fn ..i
debu contracted by said firm and all money due the
Hug mw wv yuu J mm. -
'. ' i r r - r c fleck, r
Ji 1 '.;'' ' DCHKEbAlAjr,
nkaa TaaiTlu Tsa i. ....1 n r lO iQAi
COUSTT TBEASDRER'S HOTICE
Ail couLty warrants registered nrior to
April 1, 1889, will be paid if presented at
offix, corner Third and Washington
streets.' Interest ceases .on and after
this dste," - -
The Dalles, Oct 31, 1892. -
WILLIAM MICHELL,- n .
TresAorer Wasoo County, Oregon.
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CHARLIE FEANE, PROP.
The Best Wines,
Liquors and Cigars.
COLUMBIA SREWEbY BEER ON DRAUGHT.
G. It fLOWEllDAY,
128 COURT STREET,
IS PREPARED TO TAKS
Photographs in the Highest Style of
GROUPS 'AKD CHILDREN A SPECIALTY.
uvll . . PRICES REASONABLE.
' DEALER Hf
, Butter and Eggs,
MOEO and GRAHT.OBEGOS. ;.
"VJTTILL ALWAT8 HATE ON SALE af the above
fT -towns the choicest Bier, X niton sad Pork.
AUo pay the
highest maraet price for Butter and
Andrew7 Velarde, '
; The Dalles.
Address ; Lock Box 181.
. A. W. FAROHEE.
THOMPSON & FARCHER,
-' Near Mint buUding, Second St.
HorssoLoe bk stad - ' acml JTohUms
Prices reasonable and to suit the times'
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
" Plans'snJ sv ircatinas tor aSoJldABg for.
niahed, Will.4o--nil kind-ef excayatuag
nd Kradiug. , - ;t ';.
All orders should be left at'vtofficev ,
. .' ;..-'-5', neyl? - -
; 5 ; -" J ii-sr:-' 1 we! a. nam: -j ;
; CroodslwBlai.irah'' tieiMima ial
parts of the uty oa short notion.
FROM TERMINAL OS IMEKI08 PtiINTS,
Is the line to take
'(I ALL POINTS EAST AKD 01 Ti
i- the Dining Oar Rfute. It runs Thmut-h Ve
tihnled Trains lter I'si in tl eye.rto
ST. PAUL ana CHICAGO.
(NO CHANGE 'F CARS)
lompw ed of Dihlng Carr. orsnrrsBaed.
lirawinit-rroni blrefeis nf Laust
TOURIST'S SLEEPING CARS, .
thut can br coi rtroetrd, and in which a coon'
niodstion- melotb Fire and F urn tali ed
for holders M First ct Second
class Tickets, pnd
ELEGANT OAY COACHES.
A Continuous Line, Connecting. with
AU Lines, Affording Direct and
Pullman Meeper reservations can be secured in ad
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THROUGH TICKETS J" XSS !
Kngland and r urope can be purchased aat any ticket
offica or the company.
Pull information co mine rates, time of train,
rout and other detdls furnished on a plication to
W. C. ALLOWAV, Arent
D V A. Co.,
Regulator office. The Dalles, Or.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Ass't General Passenirer Atrt.,
Ho. 121 lirst t-t. Cor. Wa-h.,
KANSAS CITY 5 T. PAUL,
Chicago, St. Louis.
AND ALL rOIKTS
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1 26 P. M.
Leave The Dalles
Arrive at TheDalles
4 06 P. M
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Steamers from Portland to Sao Francisco
Evsbt Foua DatbT '
T ckets to and from Europe.
Fnr rates and eenrral information eali on E. E.
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W: H. HURLBCRT, Asst Gon. Pass Art.,
. 254 Washimrtoo M., Portland, Or
"Review of Onr Country," by
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"New Life of Columbus," by J.
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Menu at ones lor special circulars ana lurtoer par-
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Seattle -"WaBtiinar ton .
Successor to J. H. McDonounh St 0 )
. PIAUB W
S I1TS 1" S
None bnt the best brands of Liauors and
Cigars on sale. Temperance rlriuks of all
Kinos .. Uorner of Uonrt and second street,
Ta7a? DALLES. OREGON.
' FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Candies and- Its !
And the best brands of .
CIGARS : AND : TOBACCO,
Can be found at nr store in th Skibbes bnildins;,
, in toe ast tnu.
MAGGIE BLEM.UEU, PROP'R,
TBK DALLES, OREGON.
MES. L 110ZINE,
Booms over Pease & Mays' store
I IDaesses mads In tba latest atvlea. and rite rjar.
MONEY TO LOAN.
., ' ,. -. ; " "
We have an unlimited amount
of money to loan on approved
Thornbury fe Hudson. '
Oerf - ''.I-' "Trio riallad "fir
SAV AIUVf A S
A letter amtatnln; a cheek ea Tht DaJle. Ha.
tloaal Baulk, drawn- In favor of lfssoa, KhraaM 4
0.. Portland, datsd Jfcrv. ad,, wmm took ta traait b.
twsra this ettf and Portland. : AIL jMraana . an
warned arainst pa iutt aAoh ciieok, exoupt SMiorsed
hj ta. par, casaed aav. . V. nSHlaR.
i fat on sale
11 SSI B
Lfloice wines, Liquors
TT IS A DTTTT rest ewe yonrmelf ui faun,
ly t (ret the beat vaiae for year money.
Kcanasnize la yonr root wear By pareaaai;
twear by parch aelpt
whirls repraseat the
aakedU ma lhaaaaadal
tv. am. fanaiaa sneiea, wai
seat Talne lav pricea ataki
tarxAxx ho sttbstitittx.
VV. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE cehtFe'Iiei..
rHE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOB TH MONEt
A a-enutne aewed ebec
palf, seamless, smooth lnsli
tollable, atyllsh and durable
e, snas wii. w rj,
e. flexible, mora com.
than any other ahoe evet
from at tots.
05 JS and tl TTand-aewed, rnerniranoea. ine
9 moat atyllan, eaay and durable shoes ever sold
from (S to fit.
rice 'aaw viuju aiw wir w
SO Pollee Shoe, worn by farmers and an
90a others who want good heavy calf, three
soled, extension edire shoe, easy te walk la, and will
Me reel air aim w.rxr M a.
a l.vai.n'i Bhos will crlve more wear for the
nu rina uan ax.Aa an w.vv n.nM
money than any other make. Th
r are made for ser.
vice. The increasing sales show that workiugmsa
have found this out.
n.uo V'A.00 ana Tenths' tt.TS Senoel
Dvn RhnM are worn bv tbe bovs everr
whersJT The moat serviceable anoea sold at the prices.
Ladies' 13:88 ind-.rhS5or
81 ieaes are made of the best Dontola or fine Calf, aa
ealred. They are very atrllth, comfortatrle and dura
from St 00 to tuxa. Ladles who wlah toanonomlsa In
their footwear are finding thtaonu
Caation. W. h. Doutlas' nam and the price Is
stamped on the bottom of each shoe; looK tor It
when yon buy. Bewareof dealersattemptlngtosub
stltute other makes for tbem. 8ucb substitutions are
fraudulent and subject to prosecution by law for ob
talnlng money under false pretences.
IV. iZ DOLGLJLS, Ilrocktan. filaaa. Sold be
J. FREIMAN, AGENT. THE DALLSs
UP N1m. hit Oppvt-ftvnltyt
llC Toun Kemler. Xa roojurit
MwtstnltiaASL. find from Ihavt ssailM liv in
our, Kemler. Tmiijoritymsgiwcftthvlr.p-
from Uiatft eaM liv in porvrty uid i
obscntitTt U-Vrewiiiff dMptvir t Ui lot of many, u tfiey
look bmek on loti, foraver lost, oyportonlty. I Jl Is
Ins! Roach oat. Bo op ond dofor. J mproro jroar opporto
nit j, and MCttroprotneritr, proniinonc.pcavco. I wia
by nhiloooplittr. tbot "tbo liodsiew of Fyrono ofToro
older-, opportunity to och porson At mmi period of lifoj
ombi-MO tboehaoco, cad tho pour out lior rielioo; tail to do
o fttid iho doparto. nertsr to rotnrn.' Uow abjall y find
tbo colpkh oppoTtanltrt InTo.tl-to ovory baoe tliot
oppeoro worthy, and or fair promi o; that lo what all oao
co ifol men do. II ere is an opportunity, sacta U aot oftoa
within tho roach ot laborin r ponplo. I m pro rod. It will firo,
at loatt, a crand fUrt In Ufa. Tba OOLDic.f opportiinUy for
many la hero. Money to bo made rapidly and honorably
by anylndattrloaa porson of oltboraox. All area. Von can
tn (ha stArk sinrl IHra at homa hrEtivar rm ara. EtsaB bo
giniicrsaroaa llyoamlng front to 10 nor d:iy. Yon
can do aawoll If yon will work, not too hard, bat iudaatri
oily ; and yon can Incroaao yonr loenino as yon rrottn. Yon
can grVo aparo tlmoonly, or all yonr Unto to tho worn. Eaay
to loarn. Capital not ronolrod. Wo atanyou. All In
paratlToly now and reallT wondorfoL wo Ii
how foa how. teBa Kailnro nnknown a mow
amona; oar work-
orn. Ko room tv ox plain hor. W rito and leam ail frre.
byrwenra loniL Jnwioo to dola7.Ad.lr0H atsmco. II.
UallnU S Co. JIM tbVOa PoniataoV, Mnlnans
WE TELL YOU
aethlng new when we state that It pays to en
to a permanent, most ueaitny ana pieasmui
Bess, that retoma a Droflt for everr dav's work.
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We teaeh tbem how to make money rapidly, and
guarantee every one who follows onr instructions
raituittiiy toe mating oi swoujiv montn.
Every one who takes hold now and works will
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are doing It, and yoa, reader, can do the same.
This Is the best paving business that you have
ever bad the chance to secure. Tou will make a
arare mistake if vou faH to rive it a trial at
If you grasp the situation, and act quickly, you
will directly find yourself in a most prosperous
business, at which yoa can sorely make and save
large sums of money. The results of only a few
hours' work will often equal a week's wages.
Whether yon are old or young, man or woman, It
makes no difference. do as we tell vou. and sue-
cess will meet you at the very start. Neither
experience or capital necessary. Those who work
for ns are rewarded. Why not write to-day for
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Heat Mo. 420, Auguata, Me.
Lais ul, Fa
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as rwroir inwrvaw.
cat in. irr.nHn.ctiit aid iTfFBalE
' rUM an inaa lamu aa and from the arlaeiora
nmna. BfausH. ana a ill oramHiirtaL namv
szearsMBtleaess avaiiaai. w revont wj nwr uvvw i
SarMau. CJtvo. St North ot Irauutd or MAjasss A OLaraXau
Srafta sat Mossy Msrs At iawsst at Isevat
A nnlv to anv of onr ioeal AaaBta er to
DEXaaaVKSON BMTHIIH, Gstteace), UL
AGENTS WANTED apply to T. A.
General agent. The Dalles. Or.
FKATHERBOKB U saad. from QTJIT.IA.
natar.'s own toagbest material, best wblps made tor
tne pries, cneap, Ainraua, all si t lbs, an
rwic a four dealer for a- - PBITHEPRnUr!
HENRY KUCK, - The Dalles. Or.
F. W. L. SKIBBE, Prop4
The Only Brick Hotel
IN TBK CITY
BEST DOLLAR A DAT HOUSE In th. North.
vest. This hnikiui? ha. been refitted si no. th.
Bre ef Beptember ad, and trie room, ar Dnweau.
in every particular. The table W supplied with.lt,.
nest to. maraet sno: as.
The jar in enanrction with the Dotd is supplies
with the highest crade ot Wines, Uooora aal im
ported and Domesue uigara. jaaw-w
,0A . (.0Aj,,
Welliiigtoii, Eock Springs,
and Eoslyn Coal
$13, sacked and delivered to an; part, Ol
At Moody's Warehouse.
Has removed from his old stand to
INo. 34, tseooud Htreet,
A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
In evsrjr hurtano.
Bealvmad. 8ulta oa sal. cheap.
AH worn- In the
tailoring; Una warranted fiMtiaaa,
THE GRANT HOTEL
J. B. KENNEDY. PROPS.
The table ii tror-Utd wlta tbe bettla
Transient traTelars will be) aieomno j
dated iritb tbe beet meals tVdhhed by
luj botM la low. - - ;
CHAS. H. pODD & CO.
Front, First and Tine Sts., Portland, Or.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
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WARE, 3t&mLt& STEEL
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FARR1 r iVl ACH I W ERY.
Sole AgenU f6r Oregon, Washington and Northern Idaho tor the
i BUCKEYE REAPER AND MOWER. r
These Machines are too well known to need comment. Thousands of Farm era have ued
them and speak of them with praLte. They are the only Harvesting Machine
that will give entire satisfaction to the purchaser,
MILLER'S NEW MODEL VIBRATING THRESHER,
PHCEN1X STRAW BURNER ENGINE, .
The most Effective and Saccesaral Combination for Threshing and Cleaning
Grain ever Uonslrncted.
-4 BUCKEYE - STEEL . FRAME . TWINE-BINDERS. 1-
The features that distinguish this Twine-Binder U the Lightness of Draft, combined with Its
Extraordinary Strength and Durability. The Binder Is of tbe Appleby pattern, the only
really successful one yet known. We have two styles, the Elevator Binder and the
Platform Binder both excellent both recommended by hundreds of patrons.
WILLIAM :- MICHELL,
Undertaker and Kmbnlmcr.
Has always on hand a new and complete line of Undertaking Goods. Partic
ular attention given to embalming and taking care of the dead.
PRICES AS LOW
' PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER.
8oothwet Corner of Ti ir i a- d WsgVni
NEPTUNE SHAVING PARLORS AND BATH ROOMS
, HO front ejtret, "The JJallea, Oregaat'
FRAZPR afc WYIN'HHAM, PropHPtors.
fr Tar 1
jlU RHZ0RS0R SHLE HT $1S0 KtiD UPt
, STDBLING & WILLIAMS, PROPS.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
' . All brands of Imported Liquors, AU and Portrr,
and genoiiie K-j West Cigars.- A full line of
CALIF0ENIA . WINES : .AND : BRANDIES.
COLUMBIA; BREWERY BEER ON DRAUGHT.
SO Second Street, THE DALLES, OR.
The One Price Cash House,
. . COR. SECOND AND COUBT 8T&, '
, P. IcIMESI
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
J ' Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c.
Agent for the Butteries. Patterns: also for tbe Hall Rasaar Ureas Forms.
SECOND STREET, BETWEEN UNION AND COURT
rr-. lBJMIiJa. PROPRmTOR.
EEM ON DsWTJGBT -
ALL KINDS OF
Best Imported Wines,
The Perfection of Hand -made Sour Mash Bourbon.
PURE AND MATURED.
INVALUABLE TO THE
DOCTOR, THE INVALID,
AND THE GOOD LIVER.
212 Market St.
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Traiia tlarlr ii. a himIu iu rutnr niwLh an niter lmrjoanlhllitv.
Pifceof Qneenw And.RdrfMn hMiuAul i.
aealed from observation!. Son moMT or atasae. by
pondene. strictly eoafldeatlal. This advertlsenMat
mn tains. Wa Invlt mm a 1 h . k il
aond to-dav. Addrosa OUEBaJ CHf MIOldno..
rerlaler yuar letter at any Post OAo. So lawan iu eat. delivery. We will pay S)AOw for star eaee
offailareor sllrhtctlnJurv to anv warehas.r. .Every bottle sToaxanteed. . .
tJfjrPlM To ladle, who rarradne. nd mti mirym their trtooao SS BortlM ot Qooml AnnjotrliMk
wftUlaL w. win ananl with a a ILK dubs, iTraida oomt miltc xtr Lara. Sottle and aawpla.
Schuttler Farm 'Wagons, Deere Plows
Deere Sulky Plows, Cook Co.'s Car.
riages. Photons and Top Boggles, Four.
Spring Mountain Wagons, Bnekboarda,
Superior Drills and Seeders. Oorbln DIM
Harrows, Hodges-Hsines Headers,
Halah Barbed vvira ,
SEND FOB CIECUIaAES.
AS THE LOWEST.
tin 8trestn, ' THE DALLES, OR
IaIqdobs and Cioabs
SHERWOOD, Distributing Agents.
Portland, . 24 N. Front St.
HEW DISCOVERY feyflCCIDEfJT
la eompoondln.; a solution a part vraa arrtdmtljr spilled on th band
and oa waahlrur atteiward It wa. disto ervd that tlio hair waa com
pletely removed. W. at one. pot this wonderful preparation, on th.
market and so rreat baa been the demand that w. are now Introducing
It throofboot the world nnder tbe nam. of Uueen'a Antl-Hairlne,
IT 18 PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND
SO 8IMPLE AN V CHILD CAN USB IT.
i Imy taw hair aver and apply to. mixture for a few mlnala. and tbe
nair aiaappeara a. u or ua.ic iwui iwe biisu.m. ihot injury wots
applied or ever afterward. It isonlike anrottttr preparation aver aaed
tore Ilk. porpoaa. Tbocsands of LSUIRH wbabava bMannyed
With hair on tbeir FACE. NECK and ARMS attest its martta.
OBIITLEHEH who do not apprertatea beard or balroo tbeir neck,
na a nramloaa hmm tm Osam'i Antl-Hnirlne which does awar
MM.m.iiin.hA,M nmt.nt nald bv na (apru rel v
letter with full addrras written plainly. Corrra-
is honest and straight forward In every word It
tnA AvArvthln aa rnrMn1ed. Cut thiSUQt aod
lya Knee Street. CINCINNATI, O. Yon can