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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1893)
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HOOD RIVER. QIC jri.YS, lS'i.t.
JDl-IiX A POO, AX MOW!
Mayor Ilinehart of The Jalk- mi
Ihere arc from lO.OU) l i:,ix titles in ! world's, fair. The most urgent need
that city that Hrv unlicensed. We now, is a law that will close the
know our neighboring town hail a he-; mouths of Tetter T. Mrs. Totter T.
liomenal crop of canines, hut we were ami all the little Tots., tat ween Sun
totally unprepared for the grand total '. days. Totter says he is "sick and tired
stnted by the mayor. According to ' of petty evasions of the law," and
this there are three dog and a pup for 'fails to lvalue that the people of Am
crcu man, woman and child. Atone erica arc trick and tired of petty oftlei
pound of meat per day those dogs would als. Totters, Tots, kettles and pans and
cat say 1'2,000 ounds of Uvf, lenuiring : the whole "bilen" of cooking utensils,
thirty head of beeves dailv. We are that aiv on ehxitiitton in the ot'.lcial or
S ml to the belief that The Italics is a
l etter town for Initcliers than for can
didate for city office ou the tlenuvr.it ie
ticket. We further timidly suggtvt to
the honorabk' mayor th-tt he oUy the
injunctkn to "throw i li ilo to the
logV' and, as it were, curtail both,
species and number. Fifteen thousatxl
dog9 is too many for one town, any
how. Strung out heads and tails. made
Into one longitudinal dog. m to speak,
15,000 dogs eat-h four kvt long, includ
ing tail, would equal a string of doir,
metaphorically peaking, 00,000 feet
long long enough to reach from The
Dalles to IHifur, and that Ls too dog
oned long a tlog for any one. Oh.
pshaw! lrM give lis a reduction, a special
rate on dogs. Fifteen-thousand doew u,t sllvir ,mn UUH- ",l
weighing say 30 pouiiJd each, wcuu . preM'iitlhiaiieial i-riis is making con
make a grand total of 4.-).tKX 1H,umi8;u,r,,0,,wBwW,al,,,"r'lv,,0-riP'v.
of dog, Nitons, not counting ttu? bark, :uul if Wks J,B "'""P11 MlVl'r W!W
and its putting on too much dog that i (lool "' ""'l"1
way, even ft.r The Dallea. We talieve , Tho f;lw ,)f lin,MH.hm MU rvm
the mayor was misUken, tliat meta-! for,.r u iiill!l,r!l,e.i in ,ilt. imwllt n:i.
horically speaking he has Uvu count
ing his diickens U'foro tl:cy were
hatched, and his estimate is made on
possibility. He fedealiKg in futures, j
7 "m T " ' ". "a-,M'1l'll of and regardless of
"'J "c "u'c 11 ""-' 13 l"" ! risk. Ignorant of sanitation, guiltless
dog, and we-well we won't talieve it. j of .diness, the superstitious horde
Besides, suppose that all tW l"gs' pivsscs on to death, happv i.i having
panU should give out at t.ncc, say in j obt,ve( t,R Mwti of tlu.ir priests and
the dog days (and every loS has his ' tiumnn.ands of th0 Alcoran. Follv
day), and they had to wander up the , aml nUsUniti ,,,,, ur v UieIU ,, am,
back alley with nothing U.t hut a euaur.!lHirsU:ul;,(l douth a u.m,w m)(,
what would the administration do : fjith mAaUw t,u,in
then? That's what we'd like to know. I
Uut we drop the subject; it u too dis-j
cur-sjve for us. steaitily lncrcasuig nihl averages over
- 1 h.floOd:iilv. Oiithu4:h more than
We have been urgea by several ofi;!(KUK) at Untied. The great cut In
our farmers to agitate the irrigation ! railroad rates will swell the number a'
question agai a. .We would gladly do 1 tending from Taeitie cm points,
so if there was any posdWlity of it : just what the rate to Chicago is now,
doing good, but it is too late. The ' is liar(i t0 g.lv. The fnion Tacilic snvs
. 1 : 1 1 ; 1 -
rcuauu uuettiiiveu lieu aaT IS iiceu-,
d and the question will now agitate
A community that runs on the I
aruu. .w. .u mu no euori ro
tiuli It-Alf until if is? in I.,..,.,.1
4 .t I . I. r" . . I
..i., m :.yu
me power 01 press or puipit to force
out of its old grooves. Th (.ii.xciv.ii, ! The government engineers estimate
(so we are told) made most of its read-i that a canal can ta built around the
ere tired on the irrigation question, j Celilo rapids for j 1,030,00). The est i
and we don't propose to repeat that mate was probably made in Washing-
experience. Last year a company was
formad, and fJO.000 to.'k subscribed,
.and although the time for paying the
first assessment was extended first 30
days, then 60, and then all winter, $72
was the grand total of all money paid
in. At the same rate, it will take 393
years to get the stock paid in, and at
the end of that time the paper will
begin a new campaign, and again urge
upon such of the mossbaeks ;is have
forgotten to die, the necessity of irriga
tion. But not before.
An exchange hays: "M. J. Ander
son of Dufur, and family, k-lt tor
Warm Spriugs Saturday on a bathing
inp. iteiauvesoi ine lamiiy recently
visited them from San Francisco." I
Whether our old friend was forced into!
this trip on account of the visit, or I
whether it was just his usual balhin" !
time, the miner rloos not. tit- h,,t il
jng charitable we presume it was the!oate(' at "uehlo, closed their doors
latter. M. J. knows a e.xxl thimr I Wednesday. The Sumas hank and
when be sees it and would take a bath '
ifitwaslvins around hand v. m,t n I
quickly as he would a whack at a re- i
The dispatches Wednesday gtated
that Greece had had a bloodless revo
lution, that the king was deposed, and
a republic founded. The Greeks pick
ed out a lucky day for the change, but
the character of the people is not such
as to warrant a belief in their ability to
ruu "a government of the people by
the people." They are too handy with
the knife, and too narrow in their
views to manage even so small a
country as Greece. Some king will
soon "fry the fat" out of her.
We suggest to the new marshal Mr.
Grady, that the sooner he tiree the
deputy now at The Dalles, and breaks
up the gang engaged in arresting peo
ple for jelling liquor to Indians, the
Letter. We are told by parties in The
Dalles that nearly 200 arrests for this
cause have been made in The Dalles in
the last 18 months, and as the officers !
get au average of 20 a piece for all of j
them caught, it i agood sized bonanza
for them. i
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Governor Atgeld of Illinois, has par-!
doned the Hay market anarchists, and
lias raised thereby a storm of jndigna-:
tion all over the country. The country
was well satisfied with the verdk-t of!
the jury .and agrees mtb it m hehey-1
ing the best place for an anarchist s j
inside ot the penitentiary.
The Salem Htutemnan and the Orc
fonian are having a tilt to decide the
xjuestion as to which is a liar. So far,
honors me easy.
xo sa v wi: a 1. 1. or rs.
Totter Palmer, husband of Mrs. Tot
ter Palmer of lachrymose famo, has be
ciiuio tired of his name licing loft out
of the dispatches nml if again trying
to agitate the Sunday closing of the
of the Columbian
t'ongixxs has been called to meet
August Tih, the principal iviimn for
the extra session taing for the solution
of the silver question. The silvcrites
are making a determined tight and ex
press confidence in their ability to d -feat
the repeal of the Sherman law.
We tlou'ot this cry much. The pro
id 'tit has made oo i ti-c of the patron
age at his couiiut n I to win over nu
merous opponents, and we believe the
bill will lie repealed in the house wit h
! in a week after congress convenes. The
tight will lie made in the senate, but,
from all appearances, will be a defeat
.. .. .i ii
grimage of Mohaunnedans to Mecca,
j The deaths from cholera have run up
i to (ViO ner dav in that n'aee. and vet a
stt,a,Jy streai;, ))f ,1,,,,, ,H,urs it(
The attendance at the world's fair is
t., v,n !in.i I1M u.flirM
' chase a ticket over anv other road."
From whi..h . ..,,, I,.,.. if HllvoI1(
,g , cast a iM-My rate can ta '
ton by parties who never saw tlve Co
lumbia. We have had one canal ex
perience that is entirely sufficient, and
a portage railroad is good enough. Let
the ditch go and give us a portage road,
is the sentiment of every man in Last
The Dalles Vhrunirk of Monday con
tains a "pome" entitled "i'leasant j uS'ii,1
Ridge School," that would shake the; Five years ago the only expression
popcorn bandages oft' a Christmas tree. the Ornonian had for describing l'res
It was really wicked for the author tojideut Cleveland was "the democratic
take advantage of the pupils in vaca-1 hind quarter of beef." That paper now
tion by any such conduct. Take our ; endorses him as a etatctman and a
advice, Brother Brooks, and alwa scholar. All of which uois to show
handle poetical contributions with the
tongs ior tliey will burn your lingers
Breaking banks are still the nuljcct'
"f the rtispatcbw, every day adding to .
the number. Three Colorado banks.lo-:
bank ut Kvrett, WuHliington, tied up 1
Monday.while South Dakota and Kan- I
each added one to tiie Ikst, and the 1
end is not yet.
Two world's records were broken at
Kirkwood, Delaware, on the 4th. Sa
ladin paced a mile in 2.0o;, beating the
; record made by Guy, 2.001; and the
trotter Ay ers 1'., with Telephone as a I
running mate, trotted a mile in 2.31, 1
beating the record made by Windship,
A ton of gold is worth ?607,6S8.21,
says an exchango. Worth it in what?
A ton of wheat is worth 33 bushels.and
o is a ton of potatoes by t he same kind
of measurement. The same ex';hantre
says a ton of silver is worth $27,704.84.
What is the measure for it? j
The Pacific States that are loudest in
their demand for silver all have the
specific contract law, by which all
notes of hand, etc., are made payable
!,n u l coin. Gold is good
enough for them, but silver will do for
Tf 77- ,
If 50U owe thw anything pay
it, and do so at once. We don't intend
to uan a ntice of suspension on our
door ifwe cau heIP il ai'd we think
weean' even if we Uive to suspend
The salmon run is not as good as it
BhouId thisyear Th ,.e obal
iv Arn f,vm ott,. ....
'unl of the
' -- -s KJl
tariff on tin.
More than 4,(KW,000 pounds of wool
have been received at The Dalles this
A New Law. I
The following bill was signed by the J
governor on February '21, is;t, and Is
now In fortv:
Section 1. If shall be unlaw fill to sell,
barter, trade, give, or in any manner
turnish to any minor under the age of
IS yearn any ciuars, tobacco or clga
ivttcs in any form or any compound in
w hich tobatvo forms a tsnionont part,
without the written consent or order of
such minor's parents or guardian; then
in that case consent may be given by
the county court sitting for the trans,
action of county business, upon proper1
application in the county in w hlch said
minor may have his residence.
Sec. 2. Any person violating the
provisions of this act shall, upon con-i
be lined in any sum not less
than live dollars nor more than tlfty
Sec. ;!. It shall be unlawful fur
any minor under the age of eighteen
years to smoke or In any way use any
cigars, cigarettes or tobacco in any
form w hatsoever on any public high
way, street, place, square or resort.
Sec. I. Any minor violating the
provisions of this act shall, upon con
viction; ta lined in any sum not less
man one or more inau ten miliars, or
hv imprisonment at the option of the
ct'.nrt. two .lavs for eael. olf...i.
Sec. o. Justices ot the peace shall
have concurrent jurisdiction with the
circuit iMiirt for all oH'ciices arising
under this act.
The people's party have nominated a
state ticket in Ohio, with K. J. liackcn
for governor; 1. (.'no ley, lieutenant
governor; William H. Tavlor, treas
urer; and Col. J. H. lihodes, attorney
Oregon now holds the world's record
for the two-mile trot, ltlotidie having
plamt it at 4:IS at Salem 01.
(.heater speed has U-en inaile against
time, but never in a rat v.
Tiie ( t lcoratitui.
IndeH'tnlenee day w as appropriately
tvlebr.ited here, the crowd taing, per
haps, the largest ever congregated here
on the day. Nearly everybody from
the West Side attended, and The
Indies added 40 to the gathering. The
wind was at times a trillc hilarious, but
taken altogether, the day was a pleas
ant one. The programme as printed
last week was carried out with one or
two small exceptions. The ball game
was w on by The Dalles, by a score of
17 to 10. At G o'clock the Regulator
took half The Dalles people home, but
those remaining, after supper, repaired
to the armory 'and danced until 10
o'clock, at which time they reluctantly
left, to catch the boat. From
venation with our visitors, we feel as
sured that nearly all enjoyed them
selves and were pleased w ith their visit.
I Those attending the dance were treated
to a genuine surprise both at the size of
the hall and the splendid lloor, and it
; w ill be but a short time before thelteg-
j ulator wili be called upon to bring an
excursion here for a dance. Hood
! Kiver is pleased to have entertained
her neighbors and 1iojh.-s the good pco-
1 pie of The Dalles will have pleasant
. recollections of their visit and come
that genuine conversion is not impos.
sible even with the editor of a big daily. !
., "' "piih.
8t "?re on time and the ;
ul",u;r was m,e but tlie rust ot the pro- j
olalnme tailed to materialize. Quite a 1
eionu ui neiyiiuuis came iiom ine up-
per settlement, and all enjoyed the ot- j
The dance at I) H f'oororV Imrn ven
A lit oante UL u. n. cooper S Uurn was
a sociulIy ttnd flnaucittlly; twen-
ty-three numbers sold.
Music by Knox
. m.i.,, T,,ir.tti I
all4 iJlurpll . JtCCCiptS, ,
OVK Til AT V Oi Til a n i
tn T.hii.1 j
AH Ideal Mllge KlUC.
Sunday the first installment of vis-!
luti-'i, ,i iv. r. i- : 1
ltors to Cloud tap Inn h in number, ;
and made the trip in '
Jione'i stages, these cen-
proprietors of the Mt.
Hood stage line, and we have no hesi-:
tancy in saying they have the best!
stocked line and the llnest coaches on
the coast, llesides this the road
abounds in fine views as the aHcent is
maue, ana me time nuns away un
,loticea the Kra"l panorama unfolds, j
Besides their regular stage line, they ;
h(, ,.,,, ...... ... .. , i
u.t "coi, Bt.ui;n, aingio anil : ll cast, W lllauiMtic .Meridian, In Klickitat.
double carriages, and light hacks frteftn
llStllllg parties. JlOOd ItlVCr is the 1
hnest mountain resort in America and
the trip to Mt. Hood is its crowning
Out of Sight.
The traveling public are now full
alive to the fact that the Chicago, Union j
Pacific and Northwestern line oilers j
the very best accommodations to the I
public from and to Chicago, Omaha i
and intermediate points, not only du
ring the world's fair, but all the war I
' tl i
Up to Friday, the 30th, 7G27 crates;
Friday, 14fi; Saturday, 141; Sunday,
59; Monday, 94; Tuesday, 8; Wed
nesday, 37; Thursday, 48-total to
date, 8100 crates.
I will organ i.e a teacher's review
class preparatory to quarterly exami
nation in August beginning June L'nth
and continuing live weeks. Torres
t'. 1.. tiit.iii:nr.
I lood River, t ircgoii.
V IU m.ihe I lie spi nu season of Ix'l, lit inn
Xenlcllt places thlollihollt (III' Valley Mil. I
hllc Salmon ii'.luim("ii. Time nml place
Mlhjccl III till 11 1 - appointments.
Dcscr'iitloii ami IVilkree.
"Mhlnluht U a coal hlack 1 1 u i . 1 1 ! 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 1 , ,"
.X cms ohl; IS ImiiN'l; wolvslil I HO pounds; shed
hyshiixx 1 1 amhiclotilair, iIiiiii, u topper-
lit it inn in :i if. " M hhihiht" Is a t,noil dlsposl
1 timieil lim-e, a t i I ill iter ami unite n trot.
IiT lor n horse ol li'.s
"M litillnluv ' 1 1 1 i" liv Ul he for Klnnle i
sett lee, iliie ul lime ol mix he, or ,i fur I lie
see n. Persons litee.ltnu hi single er lee )
Hint liuni' lulllii's lo i iileli, enii hieeil hy the
m'iisoii h Itie inhllilontil pay nielli it S'. Si .e '
son lo elose July (., ls;ts I
I'or lei ins ami other inloi niatloit upl'ly to,'
A. I.. I'm t.i'i, '
W illiam I'liiler Man oxer to Vmieo "er
Satiinlay, I0.1UU14 aller the eloslnu ilelalln of j
11 sale he lias nuiile lo the kon el iimenl
ot .'si iaalry horses. The iiiitmals Aie not I
imiikIii r.n- miy sviui or iiiiii-uni ihh iuim'
lMnn;hl for miy
' "lv "l, viy t iin.'.i inn phue iiio im-
I '""l ' ll.eK..tn-,meMl. I hoy Ih,kI,i
i ill N iiiuiuivi r lor llu- li n ct itt.-tit ul t lit'
umMu, u.l mo .Hhii iimi.-.l .,i.oui .mi....;
die "The horses imnUehil here for iiillltitry
pin poses," sithl Mr. I ialei, "are iirruoii
hoi M - I'hev ure ehletly Ihe prodnee ol Im-
proM il shillloiis ami eoininoii niliue inailn.
Kxery j ear sees an linpiov emeiit In the tml- I
It v ol the stoeU. Stallions MUe ( liall. hrr, :
l.ehhml, I'eailnhol, MlUe, .Morooku, eh'.,
w hh h haxe lueii freely hreil wtlhoiit their yet '
Ih iiik mill Ii tiiiimil, nml leutliiK their hu
prfss upon Ihe eiuiiinnti run of hones, imieh i
us tin1 plomer sialllons hiouj'.ht here I10111
Kentueky nt an iail ilay ilhl upon thei
mares tlnteii ueross tta plains, only In it
greater ih Kin . 1 11 I Ii Is a , one ho Is ileal- !
I lit 111 llolses eollstalttly sees h Ml'ltiiy tin-!
Improxi-menl til our home shH'k, nml linor- '
lations aio Kfoxilnn le-.s msrssarit thiin i
Im inerlx ."
.notici: TOR Tl IU.ICATION.
; i'unlii r l.aml. Ael June .1, s7s,j
t'nlli'.t lales l.aml t Hllee,
'aneoii er, Wash., June hi Iski,
Not hv la hen hy Klxen that in eoinpllanee
xvlt It the ptox isions ol the a t of t oneless it
June i, s,s. i ntille.l "An m l tor the sale o
tiuiher lumis in ini' Mat
I I alltornhi, I ire. !
n. Sex ala ami x ashimMoti 'ierntoix,' Ar-'
liohl II. h
nier, ol I'oi t iaml oiinly ol M tilt no-
it i trefoil, lias tlnsi.ax tlleillu till
oil tee lii svi oi n suit, ineiit, o l.isi lor i tie pur
ehnseot the south east oiuo ler see No. h tn
low nship .No. H.iiorl ii i ane .so. Ill ;. v. M. ami
xeill nth r proot to show tout ttie lamt sotufhl Is '
more xaluahle lor Us iiuiIm r "r stone than for
in,'i'leiillinal piii'ses, ami lo eslahlisii his!
e latin to vii .l Iaml I lore the Heulstei niel lie- I
reiver ol tins, othee at Vaneoiurr x ush., ;
on 'I'm si lay 1 he IVI ii ilay of August, sv I.
llr mimes as x itm-sses: , . '. llm tiham,
Perry A. s-nrlaee, Joim M. Thompson, II nam I
Ii, Tnompvoii, aii i-t 1'ort Iaml mixoii.
Any aii'l all persons elaouln lelxersely the 1
llhoxe ilesf'fll'eil l.'lll'N lire leimste, lo tile
their eillinis in llilsollleeoll ol' helore Mlhl '."Mil
ilay of August I vi I. i
Jlll7all;:Pl Joliu II. I h'Oi;lieatl, lli'lllster.
NOTICK Foil IT
l'lmher Uin,l, Ael
June :;, K,'.s.
j t'nll. 'l Stale.- l.nmt iiUliv,
Viineotiver, W iisli.. Jinn' 10 sii;l. j
Not iee Is lu reliy i; i x on that In eouipllanre I
with Ihe prox isions or tiie u t ot' Congress ot j
June.t, IsTS, enutail "All net lor the saleiifj
i tiuiher laii'ls in Hie stati n oi 'allloriila, l Mi'.
; on, Sexjelii uiel 'it ash. I er.,'' .Sophia I- leinpr, '
i of rortlaml, eounty ol . till nomiih slate of j
i iri'unti, lias this ilay Hint in thlnolliei' her
sxvoi n statement No. IT.iM.ior the purehaseof
lllesxt ol seetlon No. Ill III lilXXIIshlp
No. :l tioith, lan-r No. Ill east, ami will otter
proof to show that the Iaml sought Is more
; valuahle tor its iniiheror slone tliiiu for ai;rl
1 eullliml purposi s ami to estahllsh her claim '
to Mini Iaml helore the lieiri-ter ami Heeetxer'
ol this oiheeat S'aneoiixer ush., on Tiiesihiy j
the J'.Mh ilay of August, ls!i:i.
She Haines as Itiies-es; II. I. Iluriiluini; I
i Terry A. Siulaee, John M. Thompson, iliiam i
I). I nompsoii, ml ol 1'ori Iaml i ir.
' Any aii I till persons elaimiii lulversely the j
llhiive ileserihi il lamls :ne ri iplesleil hi tile
, their elaims In t his oil neon or helore sahl .tith
ilay of August I sii.i. '
J II IT iiii'1:i John I), (ieoyhirnti, Hirister. I
NOTK'H FOR PiriSMCATlON. j
Tiuiher l.aml, Aet June .1, IsTS. !
I' Illicit Stales I, and I hllee,
Vancouver, Wash., .May, 1, IStcl.
Notice Is hereliy jjlvcn that In compliance I
with tin- provisions of Inn act of Congress of I
j .1 n in- :i, Is.s, eniitleil ",n act tor the sale of i
. ti in her la i His in the states ol Cult lorn la, t ro-1
-""' . -v"":l' 'itsniiitim lerrllory, .
sum Snmsuiinl (liemixnth, coiintv of Sltaiiia- I
day ri It-i In ;
i ir.'iT. I'or the I
I'areh.i.seol the nxv i , lie', oi M .-tlonno, Kiln j
ioxxiisnip.o.iuirtn,raneno.-.i east, win ami I
oiler proof to show that the Iaml wiiiuhi is !
""irif valuuhlc lor Its Mmheror stone than tor ,
nifileultiiral purposes, ami to cstnhllsh his
clniiu to siilil Inml helore the UelKtcr anil ltc-I
eclvcr of this otM. e at Vam ouxer, wash., on
'I'1"'M,IV ltii iiy ( July, w.
'I'' names ns witnesses: Allen llav.oith I
John m. t'ouin-r, i-rank iiroxver. John . till-:
il" '" ';l','""w'".
nir filial nil ..r... ........ ..!..!. ..I
". no persons ciuiiuiiiK iKivciHciy inc
iihove iteserihed ,i. , i,t t m,.
their clniins in this olli
on or helore said Isth
rlav ol . ii i' W'l.l
""y'Uys .lottn n. tiKooiiwiAN.
t'. S. I.nml (imcc,"1 i
Vancouver. ash.. June III. lH'l'l. (
Complaint Im vlrii; heen entercil ut this ntllcc
,l,l,';1 -Mmch ir. ikim, ,iv the' Koutiixvcst
l""ioi sri-uilll , lOWIIMIIlp ;, nontl or riltlKf
ll,'r,',,v suminoned to appear heforc W. It,
' iiiirin-tT 'iiiiiinhi ..I..... i'
liunhar, Commissioner I . S. Circuit Court for
District ot WnshiiiKton, at his otllcc In (lolil
Icndale, Washington, on the:!d diiv of August.
li:t, at 10oVl(M:k A. M., to ri-Knond ami fur
I nlsh tcstliiioriy eoncernlii!,' mild alleged iihan
I (lonrnent, with day of final liciirilitf helore this
oim:w on vumisi a, irv.l.l.
John I. (ieoi;lie(an. lUKlHtor.
Isitilaplilo (fray, la liuiids liluli, wcIkIik
ll) iioiimls, three-iuurtcrs Nia'mrn, : years
old on .May atli, Imix is free froiii all hlcin.
".'T, an" ' ;'.? "'' h a tin" ii'ut iirsc,
s' liuv itllll
kind, il tomi t I'll vi-lir uiwl lu
J OU N KVV KV.S Y, fK I I0O1) KI VKIt, OH.
Mr. Hwecny will attend at tho followlni;
places (lurini; the iirrsent Hire hciihoii: At Mr.
Joe l'lirser's. Mondav anil Tuesday of each
week. At Mosier, Friday nml Mititrday of
each week. 'I'enns: Kor kIiikIm Hcrvlcc, pity
iihle in cash .-,.(. Jtythe season, pnvulih' at
end ofsainc, I0.(K). To Insure, piiyiihlc when
siiiik; is knoxvn. .si."i i. in r li.iiio-e s.n-.
j vice the following season Krulis,
brass B liscS?
FURNITURE AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils etc.
A lar;o supply of, it nil Unlnsii; 1,'inlii n hdII
Colobiatotl liquid colors and llnltul loads.
Undertaking a, Specialty.
Prepared to furnish at once, a line elas of eulllns, also u cheap grade
but neat and Hiilist.'int ial.
il ays m C
JOIUIF.KS AM) Iti: 1'A I LI. ICS IN
HARDWARE, TINWARE, Etc, Fto.
Cornur of Second ."and Federal Streets.
t ni.i.iiit ri:t
Acorn and Chartor Oak
Stoves and Ranges,
(iiuis, Aliiiaiinltloii ami Sjiol t lli- liunils,
Wagon maker's Material,
Tumps and Tplpe,
"W.E HAVE IDECIZDEID
That thirty ilays Is as long ns we can credit goods, nnd would ris.netfiilly
request our patrons to govern I hi'iusi'l ves accordingly.
- And a Complete Lino of
siDMGS, CHEMICALS AND MEDICINES.
YOURS FOR HOOD RIVEI?.
DRS. WILLIAMS & BHOSIUS.
House Builder s Goods. Sash
nnd Doors, Mouldings,
Brackets and ?ooi Turnings.
Lime. Plaster and Lath Ceil
ing, Rustic and Flooring.
ON SlliUiTKS'I' NOTH'K.
Ii. H'l'ltA N A II AN,
Have on hand a full supply of Fruit, Shade and Ornamental trees; frrap
vines, small fruits, Roses and Shrubbery.
lie sure to net our prices lie for" purchasing elsewhere.
Hcniciiihcr our trees are grown strictly without Irrigation.
THE DALLES. ------ OREGON
F. II. Stanto.v, Local Agent.
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
Choicest Meats, Ham,
Bacon, lard, Game,
Poultry, Also Dealers in
VEGETABLES AND FRUITS.
Corner of Oak and Fourth Streets, .... Hood Kiver, Oregon.
A. S. BENNETT.
A TTOLVJiV-A T-LA W.
OP KICK IX Kit A NNO'H 11ITI1 ,1 (I N( 1 C( (UN Kit
OKCOUHTANI) HKCONIl STUKKT,
Tho Dulles, Oregon,
Six lots in Waucoma, 480 acres in
Skamania county, and several farms
in t lie valley.
J. II. CllAM.KIlAVOlI.
U Ua U U UTtWsa&au
( nlllillllt's Allrllltlll'lll llllllellU'llLn
B AllBED WIRE.
JOHN H. CRADLEBAUCH.
.VITOUNKY AT I,AV.
rritctlces In all tho ennrls or Or(.'oii nnit
Wanhlngtoii, Special attention. lvon to wa.
HOOD UIVEU OREGON
House and lot In
Hood River. Ap
A. S. Ii.ovi;it,s.
Ai.l N is l ult
iilclisll, Lewis & Staver