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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1891)
cca ivcr Slacicr.
noon river, on., march t, ku.
Major Haiidhury Mated to mmie of
Tho Pnlh jH-oplo thai ho would iv
iuninonil U the Secretary of War that
th government complete tho railroad
iuiw in ux nt tho Cusoadvs, nnd allow
the state to 11 tho same for t nt infer
ring freight instead ofgnuiting aright
of way over 'ho government grounds.!
Recently he states to tho Sot-rotary that !
)io docs not know of any arrangements !
Mug made to put a lino of steamers on
Iho river to run in connection with the j
road, and that there is no need of j
hurry, and that he will forward maps J
vlo. within two weeks. Yo must eon-'
less that we liavo lotd conudenoo in any j
, wnd all statements emanating from the !
Major, but he may Ih alt right. It 1
bkst) us as though tho Major was
preparing himself to give tho portage
ntilrtwid tho blggosl blaek eye any
measure of that kind has received this
M'tiator (Jeorgt Hearst, of ralifomia,
lied Saturday, lie was horn in Miss-
tuirlSept. 3, 1S), and came to the
iast in lS-Vl. The writer was iutiuia-
ivij- acquaiuttHi wittt mm havimn twn
in his employ, and connected with him
in mining venturts for ft numler of
y ears. Ho w as a large hearted gener
ous man, of fine Intellectual attain
ments, and though but taking little
I1" lu"" "I tut- uic
In .l..l.A. e ,1...
abundantly able to meet any member
'f the snate in debate had he chosen to ,
loso. The miners of the coast have;
lost in him their Lest friend. !
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The democracy took pocsessiou of ,
the lower house of wiigress W'ednes-:
day, and as they have an ovorwhel-'
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ming majority, it is not likely that the ,
4iisgratvful scenes of the past year will
1m iv-enacted. Tresident I larrison 1
reached the halfway post of his admin- i
istration the same day, and in a little '
Jiiorethana year amnher contest for
Iiartv Iiatlon.il snim-miu-v will li.ivt
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Iegun. We venture the prediction
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that t.ie present house of congress will ;
elect the next president, who will of j
course in that case boa democrat.
That the residents of this school d is-1
triet hove not done their dutv by the j
school is unmiestioi.ablv true. vot ;
he hool offcem neglected I
to visit the school, but its patrons have
likewise neglected it. AYe believe it
would le Itencficial if every patron of j
the school would visit it occasional! v. i
V.'e frankly admit that we have been
negligent in the matter, and shall sec
to it that we do liet ter in the future.
It has been suggested that Governor
Pcnnoyer call a sperial session of the
legislature, for the purpose of passing j
needed assessment and taxation laws.
The governor will do nothing of the
I kind, for he its well as the balance of !
the citizins of Oregon have had an I
abundant sufliciency of that liody for j
I two yeaiu. W usco county's delegation i
are at home, and they will be left there
both by the governor and their "con-
A committee of Xew York business
nen having recently met for the pur-
jwtse of erecting an erpuestrian statue of
the late General Sherman, it is safe to
ay that the statue will not be erected.
If the (Jrant monument could have
leen built of cheek, New Y'ork City
whould have completed it long ago,
but unfortunately this is no better
material for statues than it is for mon
uments. The trial of Judge Hachs, so far has
developed nothing but the fact that he
1 iked to play the game of faro. This is
not in itself a crime, but it indicates
1 hat the judge had deuced poor judg
ment. If all the lovers of tne game
however were' debarred from holding
public office, the state of. Washington
would have to import most of its judi
Tho telegrams recently announced
ih&t Charles Ii. Wright had purchased
all of Hunts railroads. Hunt admits
it, and says that the Northern Pacific
impelled him to' sell. Mr. Wright
the purchaser is one of the heaviest
stockholders of the Northern Pacific.
He paid $3,000,000 for the Hunt roads
which is 18,633 per mile.
The "third house" missionaries are
generally a very good class of men.
I wo of them slept in a double bed
room, with two committee clerks, dur
ing tho last session of the legislature.
The mind of one of the missionaries
nau iioeii deeply interested during the
day in a certain special measure, which
be wished to get "through." It came
back to him in his dream. One night
when all were soundly asle?p and
everything as quiet as a grave his voice
rang out on the cold night air, as he
slapped his bed-companion on the back,
j.y v.euige, sir, i ten you we all want
it." He was from The Dalles. Dalle
Xo wonder The Dalles water bill was
f the poly-paternal variety. There is
no doubt but tnat brother Farley
voiced the sentiments of his constitu
ents. The Dalles Chronicle and Tbiicn
Mountaineer are exchanging the com
jilimcnts of the season, and from
present appearances Palmer & Key will
have an order for a double font of ital
ic, from ( aeh ofllro.
! ci.ur. ofjhk futukm
i KATE riC.kD'3 IDC Or AN 0"C
! I2VTION FOX COTH SL'XES.
Tho Nrcrmlly of Nmli n liiilltiitlmii
r.rsiunl Wliy Hum MiimM l'.iijiij tlir
Unit-11 It of t lull I.ITo u Well i Mi-n.
I.lffn Will To riniitrr lor All.
Some of u were btartle.l a while iv;n
by roadim: that certain New York wom
en had founded a woman's club. I was
very gl:;d to ic.'.ra of ihe innovation, mil
have Kvn t'.cli'.ir..: in iu defon. 0 privato-
Iv ever i-iiiee, as tlm Men ivcms to K p.ir-
I tieularlv ihnohm-.i to t!i,' avera-to ititcl-
loot. Why should there r.ot h;
not for n;e:i oulv ner for women t :;.y
but for 1110:1 and woir.o::, which eouhl
become social centers i.i t'.ia donga, od
balvl of Nov. York? Only tht very
wealthy can now fiord to ont.rtain.
Well to do i::te!li.o::oo str.rvoi for lick
tf n natural inten.'a.:, if ideas an. 1
j sympathies. (.Vo-.i ional theatre parties
and cuppers. wmU :gmi.car.t;y t xp n
she, no 11:0:0 uor-ru-h b.oaltliy friend
ships than lijutninj tiourhhos tho grow
Without freedom there is no intelligent
1 virtuo. ;ie.v
V--v in:in frmn inlwrifi.1
! knbits of thor
;!:t, entertains oriental
ideas without kr.ov.kig it.
KUAtr:ir.3 c? t;!:: ci.vb.
Rank treason, 1 daro say. llenee I am
prepared for many 11 feminine shriek of
disgust, for tho howl that wi'd rend
Iv1w fur !.,. Km th-f
it ' lu..:iv a lnanlv t.0llttf.
r3nri, t)r 11-,, unatht mas a::ai:;st the
unsesing of the eos that wiil procivd
from many a manly tongue: but howl.
?eorti and anathema are not argument. 1
nd argument is what 1 want
omen reqnire rela-atiou as well as
feu'' vo,nc 1
HKCill Iiiuuis iiniv iiii:u men, mi i.ic
Jiinn ,lvit ;tl -p liv, B., !-.l...l:
-.n,m, SI)M.i:1ih. t,, iiv,. in t!,
suburbs, need a ilaco of rendezvous
where they can read papent and maga-
zines and eneountor t!u-ir friends un-
ceremonious iy. More part;cv..aity do
tnev neea a res;aurar.i wiiere iney can
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prices, and where thev can invite friends
' lrtva,.fllRt. 1 ,,,,,, .line without mak-
in., ,Tt.at inroads un.m their purses.
Year bv roar tho nrmv of professional
women increases. All of these women
aro more or loss clever; few ure blessed;
wi5 fortunes. All ferl the necessity of
a club, but to start one Is not feible. ;
T- , 'Tr l' T l'
rfm in , th,-v .1...
JTe without depriving men of their iu-
alienable rifat to smoke, drink and wear
their heels higher than their heads.
A vivid imagination can picture a club.
consisting of two of more houses, with
rooms exclusively for men, rooms ex- :
clusively for women, a general reading 1
j room and restaurant, private (lining t
rooms and general reception rooms. j
IT is COMINCl.
Men who hate women and women who
hate men need never encounter one an-
iipvt!i:,t twolmlvmak,. ,LwhoiM,.,mi,i
esceed the Century club of New York ia ;
the brilliancy of their Saturday nights. !
Society 13 becoming mora find more com
plex, and today thera is far k?s chance
of clever men and women meeting in
big American towns than there is in
London, because people in this country '
rarely have leisure. j
Unless they give themselves up to
'onfinotuol:e:'.l.!ye.)u:iitionerivoiat v ' . , , " . , s
.. . , ., 1 -.,. .. One v.-rv h;:;:.Isr.ie v.utea read chain-
tinot.r.n lc: n;o:o'.i ce.se.es, li women , ,
. . . . . ... ... that I raw tao other lav uraoiiu th
to i:o.punur xo i.ieir na.oan.is. n ... ,. w
are to k wise lr.olliers, they must , ',,',- , ,- '
w tho real world bv actual contact. "'":;' '
mnner parries revcr Knowing uesme was et:g.rg;:d at a theatre in St. Peters-' prpcr wrapiK'd weed Iris only a-vorylim-whom
they are to sit, and generally burg. The company was one day given 1 ited capital at his command. As he buys
longing to bo at the other end of tho ta- an audience by the czar. j only flu cheapest brand the big dealers
ble they are frequently doomed to go j "You know how ctrict ii the etiquette ! wont waste time m selling to him. IIu
through an entire season without an in- of the Ra.sdan cor.rt. iror.o mav 1- :m ' rarelv invests in a whole i,.u-!.-;!-,. . n.l
iuc.13 vim ineir uesv
Suppose all this changed. Suppore
women know that on a given night in
the week they are almo.st certain to en
counter not one br.t many male friends,
who are things of beauty and joys for
ever; enpposo men know that oil this
same evening they r.re stire of seeing
many women who r.re never at home
when they find time to call; how simpli
fied society becomes! And where is the
tmwomanliness of this proposal?
In the club of the future only such
persons will bo admitted as are in the
habit of behaving like ladies and gentle
men. I fail to perceive why men and
women or acknowledged position and
intelligence, who conduct themselves
properly in drawing rooms and public
balls, should become transformed by
occasional contact at clubs. . 1
. In all probability the club of the fut-
ore will not be born during the reign of
tho present generation, but that society
will eventually resort to some such de-
vice as I have suggested is as certain as
that lunches and 5 o'clock teas are death
to digestion and impossible for workers. :
Kate Field's Washington.
A Vi'ouderful Picture.
Directly after tho great Johnstown
flood, some time during June, at any
rate, D. S. Wingrovc, superintendent of
the marble yard at tho penitentiary at
Ealtimorc, found a dab of marble with
lines and veins which inado a perfect
picture of the fated city of Johnstown the billiard room of the Chatham hotel
and the surrounding country. The in Paris the other evening. Both wanted
sky is plainly marked, as aro also the to play a game, but they did not know
hills and mountains enrrouuding the each other. The elder, Mr. Combe Ten
town. Piles upon piles of ruins are nant, made bold to say: "Will vou join
marked, with an occasional steeple or
toppling wall overhanging the scene of
awful destruction. Taken all in all, the ,
scientists consider it one of the most i
wonderful natural formations ever found
in America. St. Loui3 Republic.
Little Girl Mrs. Ilightone says our i
preacher is austere. What does that
Little Boy Huh! You girls don't
know beans. If she says our preacher it
a fiteer she means he's a bully preacher,
New York Weekly.
CM Knohliiiiril Wnlrli I tin In.
Antomr tho presents Oiowf-rod on
tIushii.f bri-loa this reason ItjtuivMho
old fx-kioned watch chain, more tli;ui :t
yard long. After many years of sun
ponding watches from chatelaine.-;, from
short chi.ius hanging from a brooch mid
from ribbons secured ly mono.'a'aias;
lifter wearing them in breast pockets r
tuok.-d into tho bosoms of t'.ivs.ses wit!i
rhou chain pendant:', lifter carrying
them in leathern r-trajvt or idinped into
the e'.asp of a ha ; t-r it ing t'a -m as i'o
oratioa i for tlu lua.lkvi of paiawols and
mubivlla.:, c.'.rd c.ses and portoiu. n
uaies, a i t ?a. n ; forbracoa'tscr couceided
I'enoatit a mii'i.ife.ve in a brooch or 1 o
hind ti'.o heart 1 f a llcr.d pin-i'ashion
h:uigoao back t t'.'.o r.-.ieioat rtylo of
chain thrown nro.iud t!u no;; liiat our
moiliora und jr.Mudnwi'ior.'. cfiocted.
Tho new c'i:.i::a r.ro very l':v and gen
erally trj t'ivi k-di.t iat. a vals of tlnvo
or four inoao.1 hy peaiN. turinioi:-Ks or
garnets, strung luio b.ead.i,or bys:nall;
ilianioiiils, 11 l.ivM, lupphirea or r.ioon
stones, u'l clear. '.
Aa for tho va'.e'i ii i t hidd.-n in tho
foldi of the t'.rcfa or carried in a side
pvv'.;et. I; i t Mnr.ll i.i i :::e. i;nl tho bad; ,
Klwul l bo c::eirjed erititivelv inenu-ud
monds. Tho itor.es wer.; ret i.'t"niat, ;v
between nhort bagih.t or the chain and
formed a spiral 0:1 tho back of tho
watch. Paris Cor. Jewelers' Weekly.
Ilritti'ti lit ti Mummy.
The phrase "beaten to :: meer.e.iy" 1 as
been familiar to no from my youth up,
and I have id way .1 imder-tood it as
equivalent to beaten to a jolly. lWs it
not refer to tho medicinal sukstance
formerly known as mummy, which kept
its place in our dieji-nsatorios until p:vi ,y
late in the he t century? It was vai i-'
ously comprised and nt a'.way-t of the
samocoiisisteiico. bj'.t ils general iipp- e.r
anco would probe.bly resoluble th;;t if
1 speak now of the spitrions kind .
which were douhl'.c-s i:u'4 common.,
Even the "genv.ine" sorts wore i:.t. hnw- ,
ever, m et ?s.irily r-ypuan. I'eiiicher.
in bis "Traite de. llaihaumemeus" (Par- 1
is, 1'JliL'). gives directions f ir the ci-mpit-
sition of mummy from human flesh e-; '
pressly for medicinal purposes. Ho rec-'
ouimeuds certain parts oniy of tho body 1
to be used, and there to bo dried, maivr- ,
ated and spiced out of all likeness to ,
their natural condition. Mummy so ,
prepared entered into a j;re.-.t variety ot
"balms" and oilier medicaments, for
which Ponicher in his concluding chap
ter gives recipes from old writers. f
Some of these have the consistence of '
oil. others that of an ointment. It is !
clear, from the references in Nar -s. that 1
in or.r own country mummy and its
preparations were will known, and from
the "make mammy of my f e- h." which '
Xares quotes from an old play, to
"beaten to a mummy" h; a natural and
an easy step. Notes nr. 1 (Jiu-ries. j
Taiiiii'no mill ttio rap.
The Italian Count Serg.irdi is an enter-'
taining convcr-r.ticiuili.-t and has the
national fondness for I'm.sie. lie was
much nir.med wlu n told of Tamaitao's 1
behavior in this com: try and that the ;
great te::or brought his own brother j
along as his v:.h t. '
'That wi!l bo prcd to tell in Iiome." 1
ke -.'iid. "Tariagao's traits are so well
known there that it will bo appro' iah d.
Italy has often laughed at lain. lie was ;
a etrect ci:r driver in Turin and is with-!
cait education. Verdi had the mvatet
difficulty in personally teaching him his
part in 'Ote'do.' f'ome timeago tin Italian
company to which Tamagao belonged
tne imperial presence e::cept at tiieczai s .
bidding. There came a lull i:i the con-!
versation ai;d Tamagno remarked that
he thought he would go and abruptly
left the room. The rest of the company !
was horror stricken, IJ it the czar ;
laughed i;r.d nothing cr.mo of it." Chi-
cago Tribune. !
Tlio I.alVNt Popular Cnnw.
It need not stirpri: any one to drop
into an e vening gathering or (l quiet
home circle and find p-.ople who wear
spectacles across their noses and carry
dignity by the ton trying to snap a row
of ivory chips into a little wooden cup.
That is the vow game, christened tiddlu-
ay wmi.-s. ic requires a rmau wooden
cup called a wink pot raid two dozen
bone or ivory chips called winks, aisi1
four larger ones about the iz:; of an old
fashioned pants button, known as fiddle
dies. . There is n Cushion to"B?iap th '
chips upon, or you can spread a small
square of Brussels carpeting under the
tablecloth, which answers just as well
if not better. The trick is to snap the
winks into the wink pot by means of t he
tiddledies held between tho thumb and
j finger, the winks lying flat on tho cush
ion or table. This is tho game of the
season the great social snap, so to speak.
There are two or three ways of playing
and keeping tally of tho game. Ever
tried it? Spnngiield (2Iass.)Hoincstei:
Tivo DUUnsuiHlied I:rotlic-l.
Two wiso looking young men met in
me in a game of billiards, sir? My name
is Tcnnant I'm the brother of the lady
who married Mr. Henry M. Stanley."
"Thank you, Mr. Teunant." answered
tho other; "I shall bo most happy to
join you. My name is Chanler I'm the
brother of the gentleman who married
Mica Aire ! i Tlives " Kiifunn Pielil in
j If the throat is very sore wring a cloth
lout of salt and cold water, and bind it
! on the throat tightly when filing to bed;
j cover it with a dry towel. Tiiis L excel-
j lent. '
. . vilh rvni 1 s.ie::1 'r t. tlie iW 1 fliiW-li.'iIii
ill- iiml lliv.t'.
Tin1 i.y il.tiu'
of c!iinebdo,ry i-tgrad-e.'.'.iii;:
'd. N-ume can
nr.l'y b.v.eam; iw
dm.! t Ihr.t i f lh;
l:i:.!iv f i ti'I' i iiloll
eoiitril.ulo 1 1 h l;
I), in.;, a very la;
trihiucd to dim.
wide: t ; en: o- i. t
i' liindri' physic..! well
t.'.iaiv i. in-1 l.-o at-utiden-tood
'., to tlu 0 cind,tinii:t
of atmosphere r.:i. I noil w!t;e!i nr.; con
utantly operating upon ns by day mid by
uii'.ht. The r.ir wo breathe, its temper
nturo, humidity, ptv.su ro end jutriiy,
tin1 aiuoaitt ( f r-uiis'aiuo wo receive, tho
character of tho winds to which wo nr
exposed, tho nature t f the soil n.i which
wo reside, all the: e factors have a h
tent inf.nonoo upon the organism in
health, and still more potent intliioneu
upon it in ita 1 lore unst.iblo and sou -i-tivo
condition when tho subji-ct of di.i
eieo. While f-w will care to ipie.tion such
obvious considerations, cliinatul.vjy is
i;t ill comparatively ne-'loetc I, an I dm s
not yet rank where it will probably j
Home day Maud via., alongside hygiene j
and ilietoties. i ho reason lor t!iia com
parative ne;:loot is probably t ho vague
ness which has hitherto for the moat part
surrounded this subject, mid tho paucity
of aecurato and delinito d i!a relating to
it. it is also unfortunate that tho avail
able information is n t fteit obtainable
only from intonated persons, whose
natural bias in favor of certain localities
will often, in spite tif tho most upright
intentions, I ::d a more or lest unreal
coloring to thoiri.'.uoineuu;. New York
It doesn't take mucht 1 at tract a crowd
in New Yor!;. Let two gamin start
acres 1 Fotirtei nth i treet 0.1 a ran ray
afternoon, and bef.e.e to-y 1: iv- goao a
block there will I a u l.;,t,p,v 1 people lit
their keels, ail it.::!:: i N.i o-ie but the
boys kno .v w'aat'.i up, but toe crowd
rushe.i thither v. itooe.: a-re iiapiu in :.
Let a man t !i ; on a n : ;a r in plain ie.v
and ga.:. iutent'y at tho sky, an I i i tea
minutes li! iy ! r mere p -opio . i'd Pave
gathered ah 'U him r.u 1 i'n.vcte.1 'hi-ir
gaze heavenward. ( '.dy T.'.-v.- Yorkers
would do this. Curio :!y i .-. the common
failing. I wife - d a i:o'e'-,.-..i ;,:y im i
dent of this eharaeter lie- e'.hi r evi-iiin-f.
It we. i !.!. l.:,i . -s in ; 1. 1 t-iixtii ii i eauo an I
Four. eon. i . t:-i et.
A laaa halted ul tho
vated Ktaliou ;:!! I pi.ii
f..-.t of t!:e (h
e 1 lea i:m!'ivi:a
toward t!i.' rear .f l!;e c
lie dit! i; t ie t.aie t
N.'ff Yorkers' eerie.-.;; v. J.
e'. -at of
to-id tlie e
half a minuii', v. la a a :- c
ed. Tlu a a tliii 1 f'oj.p.i
five min;:'ii s t!i ; i tree! v;i
the street can c :l.'.nt 1:
lolicouiea Were titrri-. to.
iug at tho rear wall. J
I. an 1 within
,v.i 1 all 1. a,
mo mil! mid
thiovca were climbing over the 10.,";,
and other i torii-t eon.i'.ly rii'.icvdoua v.i-ie
bruited iio-mt. Fully (i peopb l-tijod
there, not kno'.ri'a why tii -y did m. It
was halt' an ho.ir l-i fere tlm btrei't.-t wera
cleared. Lew Vori; Star.
Clc'irelm Siiiiikhij; Im-ri-iioliit;. !
"The lv.es agaiii.t ci t '.rett 0 :noi:i!,"
said n tiiemlier of on t.f tuolargii-t hn.in I
t!io i e.
call, in j
nieiU '.to ;
"U N.'lio I
tie l 1 I.., a.
arrest, i-t c
is can ;ht
ery yo'ita under six;.
king liiem i 1 pnhli
have not had tan tli;rht
cigarette market. D.-apito tins.! laws
and tin- taua.lerin.gi ,, th . iiri;l p:-,..
the cigarette bushiest !:i.,!r.'o.v:i Moadily,
and the entire onlpai, of the f ictories to
day is fully one-third ;rea. r than that
of two year; ng.j. Lvoa if the laws
against the ( i;;aretto rnioking minor
were strictly enforced, which they nra
not, it would not nt ail inlhiouea tlio
"The reason is found in tho fact that
the averai'o little boy who affects the
a Wiloit! li.ieka 'e.
deals almoi t entirely with t'io:;o queer
little (iiiop.i in side streets where cigar
ettes are soM in broken lots at the r:A
of two for a p'mny. Ai you can easily
see, the entirj ntipprca-ion of this branch
of tho business is not liable to exerci.so
much influence upon the trade at large."
New York Tribune.
An Odd ()r ilmlloii.
There is a littlo guild nt men face
tiously called "The Early Birds." They
rise in the summer before the sparrows,
and though they do not go to work
themselves it is their vocation to call
other people to work. On dark winter
mornings they are out before tho snow
birds aro awake. They have regular
routes, and every morning between 4
arid (j o'clock they etoy at houses, ring
door bells and tell people it's timo to get
up. llioir clients aro butchers, barten-
flers, car drivers, restaurant keepers and
car conductor.!, men who havo to go to
work very early in the morning, and to
whom it is ;i Eenoua matter to bo fi fteen
inimlles or half an hour late.
isomo of these early birds havo from
fifteen to twenty customers. They get
from' twenty-live to fifty cents a week
.from each. The bartenders usually pay
half ' h dollar a week for beinir called.
Tho fact that their business i.j a nuccess-
ful one shows that they aro more relia-J
bio and effective than mi alarm clock.
Their day's work is finished in two
hours. Iew York Journal.
Wo wish somebody would give us a
few practical views as to tho ventilation
of churches. By tho tiino a religious
service on Sunday is half through the
church often becomes bo hot the air so
impure and the hearers so sleepy that
littlo good is done by tho sermon. Wo
wish architects were half as solicitous
about ventilation as they are about the
turn of an arch or tho groove of a pillar,
A Ueslly, Truly Martyr.
Dr. Eisen You are getting near sight
ed, madam. You should wear glasses.
Mrs. Gidet Oh, doctor! My nose ia
too small to hold eye glasses, and specta
cles are so very unbecoming, What
uhall I do? Puc. '
irrra- - . iimmnnnrT-r-Tnini'iiiMWii nmm r umm iwmiij m wtaiiLf
do not rout 1 1 ;r that
Aro Soiling Out Thoir Entire Stock of
Men's Fumjshing Goods etc., etc.
ZBcgfcxrcllcccj of Coct,
AS THEY ARE
GOING OUT OF BUSBJESS
UnTcw Ic 37-omr time to "b"U-3r
MACEACERN & M ACLEOD, VOGT BLOCK, SECOND ST.
7 m jkti
DEALERS IN --
A Complete L!nc of
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Ficur end Feed,
GENTS' LUENISEZNG GCOLS, GUEEN'3 AND
GLASS WAIIE, IfOTIONS etc., etc.,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
W AH AHAKEB&BBOWH,
Largest Clothing and Merchant Tailoring House
GCO r Pr3thC!"f Sales Aifent for Hood Itlver und Vlelnlly.
COME and See Samples at Columbia Hall; It Is no Trouble to Hhow Thtiu
HSTo GIb-ocfLd-3r G-cocLs.
COLUMBIA FEED STORE AMD YARDS,
Opposite the Stock Yards Near City Brewery, THE DALLES OU.,
HAY GRAIN & FEED.
AT LOWEST MARKET QUOTATIONS.
ALSO CHOIDS SEED WHEAT AND
V. H. LOGHHEAD.
Carpenters & Builders,
STAIR BUILDING AND
ORNAMENTAL WORK A
ALL I OBI
S. A. DETWILER & CO.
All kinds of surveying promptly at
tended to. Special attention given to
platting acre property. Trices lcasoii
able. Adttrcm lioom 4, V. E. Corner Second
rind Wnniinrton, .S'ls. J'orllund Or.
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:j r --r-.r3 v-
J. I.. Zl Kill. Kit.
KUCCKKHOK TO E. HI-X'K.
DI AMONDS, JEWELRY
AND SI LVERWARE, ALSO
Fine Watch Repairing a Speci
alty. Second St The Dalles, Or,