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cod Iliver Slacicr.
iioonniVKu, ok. avc,-. r, ish
mista kex tes visit lx r.
Mrs. Pringlo in testifying before V.
ti. Commissioner Ellsworth, ooiuvrn
Ing the Wliitiunn inaHsaeio, make
erious mistake. She states that P
Tin Whitman and herself won
Into captivity am I kept eight years.
.As a matter of faot Pcrriii Whitman
Was in tho mission at Tlio 1 .alios al
the time the massacre occurred and
was never taken ea;tivo. It was
1 bought years ago, that Mrs. Pi-ingle's
Miml was uiihalnnoe.l from the terrible
i .cues she hail witness-.! and her re -
-out testimony would indicate that i lias boon examined.
filch was the case. How or why tho I '
Indian Tokai Laksha got the same! If the game laws of tho state arc not
idea mid (est i tied t.i (he same things is j , p0 ..i-(1.w,i thoy should ho ivpoalod.
not so easily explained. Many old res-. n,,, sound of s!i t gnu and rifle is
idonts of The l)allon remember l'orrin j u..ir, n ,, woods ai.d parties have
Whitman well, and know the above j (,,,,.,, sivt, i,, grouse and phoas
statement to In true. He is at present J .,.Si ,10 j,.,, make com-
livlng near Lewistou Idaho, and w ill plaint smd for this reason, violators of
wrtainly deny ever havui Uvu cap-
tured bv the Indians.
IT UETS THE yUWS.
We are not responsible for paucity of
news, ami can itsMire our roadei-s w o
regret the unlnterostiint Im-al mat
ter with which we per force till
column. Some people seem to thinkjeausod the gold to start back. The
a country editor can have fires runa- j break of the pork combine has sent the
ways, a murder or two, and a few j pri.rs of those products down, and it is
choice bits of scandal made to order ' probable low prices will, as in the ease
every week. It can't be done. The j of wheat, cause heavy purchases for
wearied and wearisome pleaiterof news
cannot be held responsible for the
eeareity of obituary mniccs, any more
than b can for the fewness and f.u-between-ness
of the birth uutices. lie
cannot well commit ars.m to till the
Insatiate maw of his readers fur news;;
nor endeavor to whip a bigger man j
than himself to satisfy the craving of;
the morbidly curious, lie can't tin it. j
But he eau and will cheerfully note a j
like attempt on the part of any of his !
readers. If you don't think eo, just j
lay yourself open for gossip, lick some- j
body, or get licked by him, steal horses, j
or perform any like act and yuii
iiud that the paper gets the news.
A MS .SILVER
The silver convention at C hicago has ;
closed its doors too, and the individu-:
als who composed it, having resolved !
that: "we will have the .Sherman bill!
or something better in its place," are i
now on their way to their homes. The j
ex-governor of Colorado, Waite, re-1
peated his statements made at Den- i
ver about riding through blood to the I (;,,.!ahv, the great ".'hieaeo dealer in
Jiorse's bits, which anarchistic ' i Log and hog products, went up the
nouncemeut caused troinen. o is j flume UumKdly speaking Tuesday,
applause. We were at first disposed to j IIe was glipoM;ii to be worth f JO.UUO.
laugh at the vaporing? of this old man, j m ulld vvil, no (ioult be able to clear
but since he repeats his blood thirsty
threats, we are forced to believe, that
he at least half means what he says.
We judge from his love for silver that
should Colorado rebel, Wxiite would
start a sutlers store at least.
Edi jon has partially closed his shops
at Orange, JS. Y., and gives the follow
ing reason, which, in our opinion, is
the most pointed and comprehensive
statement of the situation yet advanc
ed. He says: "The phonograph works
have lieeu shut down because we have
nearly completed all orders on hand, j
and the proprietor, seeing that the
country had resolved itself into a na
tional lunatic asylum, has decided to
wait until we have subsided eome
what." Up to date the world's fair has not
yielded returns sufficient to warrant
the belief that it will prove a profitable
investment. The latest statement is
that the gate receipts will have to in
crease largely if the management is to
be enabled to meet its obligations. The
reason or reasons, for there are two at
least, are not hard to discover. Fail
ure by the railroads to give reduced
rates commencing with the opening of
the fair is one; to which may be added
as a part thereof, the financial tight
ness, the other, and one that cuts a
much larger figure than is generally
supposed is the puerile action of the
directors concerning Sunday opening.
Thousands of people, representing
both sides of the proposition became
disgusted, and doubly so when the
lachrymose meetings of the board of
lady managers were telegraphed daily,
along with the venerable chestnuts:
"It will open, it w'ont open."
Portland with all her eonservative
ness had a disastrous run on her banks
last week that sent several of them
down. There is no doubt but that all
of them will pay their depositors in
full, and in a very short time. The
panic was about the most sens-eless
ujiug a oriiana people were
guilty of, and we venture the assertion !
that the men tvho made the runs, and
who were so clamorous for their!
money, it treated in the same manner
by their creditors, would go bankrupt.
As a matter of fact not five per cent
of the business men of the state could
rneet their obligations, if called on to
do so, in 24 or 48 hours, and they ought
to know enough to treat the banks as
they would ask to be treated them-
eelves-give them a little time to j
father iu the money.
17.7' JUS XA.ME WAS DESMS.
lVnnls Kitorluv, who recently died
in Ireland at the ago of S, was the
father f children, had grand
children ami SMI groat grand-ihildron.
lie had boon married so von times.
it m claimed that tho Chinese Six
.mpanios, have asosod their Mil-
Joels M each lorilio iuiip..Hot raising,
i . . . . . .
a fitn.l t. ct'itupl lougioMiicn, mid
renoal the ;.uy law. At tho same
time it is iniuoiod that (he t'hiuese
niiuistor How on liis way to Washin.it
ton is tlio bcarar of a tivaty to ho sub
mitted to this pivci'iimcut, and that
no eil'ort will K made to deport Chi-
! neso unlaw fully hoie
until the treaty
tho law pi unpunished, and
i.'I.,.?' HIK'Ut II. 11, " ItlU
.. ;ii..,.,i '.,... i.ii.,
! inj; citizens p hungry for puiie.
About fS.(HM).tHX), pilil, arrived in
i.:... r .1,;., ....... t- ,
j uu" 1-.HIIUI iiui.i i. iiii nun,
and tJiere is more (viniui;,
10 low ,
price of wheat, and heavy buying has
! loreign use.
! l ..j
j iiiii;i.-.' ilia l! ..i.'uw.i linn ii itii-
organization of the lower house is vir
tually made, will got down to business
i in short order. In the senate the
question of appointed senators to seats,
may delay notion on other matters.
The silver (;iiesiion w ill lm forced to
the front and from present tippi'a ran
ees the light against the repeal of the
Sherman bill w ill be a bitter one.
The sarcasm of events is illustrated
, al,m,intm.int f r .,.,. s,a,,.
las national bank examiner. II. M.
IVall, of The Dalles, was appli.-aiit for
I this appointment, but was no;
only turned down, but his successful
! opponent's first act, wasjto takcehaigo
! of IJeail's bank.
The gold reserve in the V. .S. treas
ury is again intact, with nearly one
million to spare, liy next week, gold
now in transit from England, most of
which will find its way into the treas
ury, will swell the surplus to ten mill
ions. up a few millions from t he wreck.
There was a slight run on The Dalle
banks Monday, following the closin
of the First National,
but there was
plenty of money in sight, and it soon
Ten head yearling cattle, some brand
ed 2 bars ou the side, some with a V !
inside of a square, some with circle on
the neck. A liberal reward will be i
paid for information leading to their
recovery. Write W. S. Curran or O.
P. Hartley, Hood ltiver, Or.
Will sell for 20 cents on the dollar,
the finest sheep ranch on the Pacific
coast. Will range naturally fenced,
sutncient tor ou,000 sheen. Can ar-
range tor cutting 'I'M tons of hay if de- j
u!fvj!-l ,ni,,'nnl.,ril I -..,... fl-I I
01 1 v- , VVIOVIUllll lU llliimil, 11. 1 R.IUl)
i nines iiom me
11... r .1 .
town of Hood Iliver at fjj per acre;
level and easily subdued. For partic
ulars apply at this office or to W. P.
Watson, Hood Iliver Or.
A 4 spring 3 seated mountain hack;
A. S. Blowers & Co.
To the Fanners.
We will do all kinds of grinding on
Saturdays this season except Hour
making. We have learned that good
flour can only tie made out of our dry
wheat by dampening the grain after it
has passed through the smutter and
allowing it to sweat a few days.
Leave your wheat with us and give us
a chance to do good work. You will
then use our flour in preference to any
other. IIahbiso.y linos.,
Proprietors Hood River flouring mills.
Union Pacific Further Reduces the rates.
To Chicago $33.00 first class; St.
Louis $31.00 first class; Omaha, Kannas
City, Sioux city and St. Joseph $30.00
first class. Hates correspondingly rc-
dueed to all eastern points. Consult
Union Pacific nirenfa before niirnlminnr
and you will be convinced that the old
Overland is the cheapest and quickest
route to take.
A full line of shoe furnishings and
leather at the harness shop.
Carload of Roche Harbor lime just
received at S. E. Iiartmtss'.
Farm on White Salmon one mile
from the Colnmhin. U aei ..imi
fine spring, and water for irrigation.
fie snrins. and water for irrio-ntion.
Apply at this office.
Mink i Slorlos.
The country around l.litlo P.ig I Hack
Mountain, Virginia, is a ginseng
region, ami tlio Parker family mi1
noted as 'Neiuvers.'' Tho girls go out
barefooted in tin' mountains, though
ho oountry U Infostoil villi r.iltlo-
' makes and copperheads, ami dig the
; ginseng, for which they got good
1 l"'il"s " ' t r.-s, IV. m" whioli it U
I i I i I .mi Mi ' ! iff , i' i i : i n I. w v m ii'tiin .
. , :., , .,''' , , ',:,,,,
Miako Clock there aiv numberless rep
tile. IVekie Parker is a nood
atiout muotccM yoar ot a!',o, .vii'on'.r,
healthy-looking and haudo.uo, tail
w itli t; vcrv determined lace. Sho is a
splendid shot.'iiu.l oUen tr.Uos h
in. h. si ,r.
She jroes a;"!er jvinsen
and ottoii al-'iio. Tho ro t'
en-d in May and SepteuiK-i'
iti!;' the month iust past she
li.l a thriv-
luiine. One dav, however, she'
across a don of rattlesnakes. She
luid only stones and slie!s i;h which
! ik'ht the desperate battle. Some of
the snakes were biiiter than a man's
arm, and a few of thorn r.s lurce as the
calf of a man's loi. For lnum she
fouirlit tlieiii as they hiss,,l mid
w ritliod and rattled mound her. Put
the bravo, determined prl battled with
them until she exterminated every
one that did not suoc.vd in hi.lini:
anions tho crovi.vs of rocks and In
the .tense undciyrow th. When sle
had crushed the la.-l one to Ih seen she
eoumed the tieu.l, and there were just
.aid a Wostchostor
! County fanner w ho was adding a few
! ,,t j-t'lv extinct in this j.aiV f the
I'nite'd States. Scarcely anything left
of tho family, except a few mourners,
Cp in the Northwest is w here you
' Z!' FX C'll for a
u hile, and 1 toll vou it was Interesting.
I wouliln t liave missoil tlio cxpenenoi' '
for worlds. I'p there you'd have to
stop the mow in; niaehines U'eause
they'd got clogg,.,! up with snakes,
four and live in a bunch. After ou
once not a field cleared it wau't so
bad, luit wherever you fo'. nd that j
prairie gra.s would In' the place to look ,
for a menagerie." !
"It must have U'eti exciting work in
such a field."
"No. It was just pitiful. One;
minute you'd hear their rattling and'
the next vou'd sir the snakes out 1
down. I don't say that there wasn't !
any danger." !
"I should think they'd strike nt von j
vcrv frc.iuentl v."
"Oh, the danger didn't run that w ay.
We were pretty well protected as far iis
their biting us was eoneel-led. We
always had a lot of i-tovcpip,-on hand,
and every man would got his logs id. e
ly toiigi'it out in sheet-iron trousers W
fore he wont to work. Sometimes they
would get after the men so lively Unit
the noise of their tooth on the sheet
iron would sound like hail on a tin roof.
It would bother a tenderfoot consid
erably, but after a man has been there
awhile he didn't mind it. It was
funny to watch a snake gather himself
and glance oil' a piece afsheet iron with
the first toothache he probably over
'Put tho real danger eaim'in when
you went to fix the mowing machine.
Vou sec when the snakes would get
knotted together around the knives
they would bite anything that was
handy. The consi'ijuo'iie was that
they would !il' one another full of
poison, and when the knife went
through th ir bodies il would got all
e : gummed no w i:h venom. Of eour-e.
somebody would have to clean it off,
and lie had to be mighty careful not
to scraps his linger against the blade
too hard, lieeaiNc if he took tho skin oil'
it meant one of two things, a funeral or
a terrible waste of w hiskey.
"No," the old man concluded, almost
contemptuously; "snakes up this way
arc pretty gooi to mak
to make nets :. hut
tliev don' t really seem like snakes."
A copjierhead four feet long invaded
; the country house ot ihoma.s Beaton,
Incur llolivar, Pa., .some time during
Sunday, and lay concealed until niter
j the family had retired. Awakened by
his dogs, .Mr. Seaton arose in his stoek
j big feet, and went down stairs to in-
vesiigate. Jfis foot struck :i soft object
! wliicli lie carlessly kicked aside. The
; soft object twisted around its victims
icg, ami w nen me. man Uie.l lo K;civ
the Miake loose w ith his five
enemy struck him a blow upon the sole
The screams of Mrs. Seaton brought
help from the neighbors, who killed
the reptile. The bitten foot, begaa lo
swell. Mr. Seaton fell into a stupor,
and although physicians have given
him four quarts of whiskey, they al
most despair of his life.
A Kansas women who found a rat
tlesnake in her kitchen screamed so
loud that the neighbors all thought she
had seen a rat.
Comparatively few deaths by snake
bites occur in this country, but not
long ago Mrs. Richard Smith, of Rome,
O., who happened upon a nest of
snakes, was bitten several times, and
All animals are afraid of snakes ex
A brave young colt in Lehigh Olen
recently distinguished itself by killing
a rattlesnake with its hoofs, but the
colt was bitten in the light and died.
Snake doscn't usually eat snake, but
a contributor to Forest and Stream,
who iieing a Boston man, cannot lie,
tells of a blacksnake who had swallow
The best weapon to kill a really dan-
1.,. ; . .. 1 1...1 .1 ,
Bciwu.t niinivu is ii nmueu Siioigun. A
club is too short, but a long, limber '
nsnpoie may answer.
A story about a rattlesnake's trail
comes from southwest Georgia.
A farmer while walking along a road
saw a large rattler cross the road and
make oil' for the woods, leaving a dim
trail in the white sand of the road.
lie sat on a log and waited, and very
soon another rattlesnake came along,
crossing the road in tho track left by
The man was interested, but more so
when, in another minute, another
rattler followed in the same way, and
still another, until fifteen were counted.
That w as enough for tho farmer mid
j ho loll in a hurry, fearing that tho line
: would "stretch out to tho crack
j The farmer lives in n dry country,
i where ihoro are no Miml tljcora, and
i ho storv is vouched for.
uAs.i, jiiiii nli ,
l'or sale at Hood Kivcr Pharmacy,
NOTICK I'OU PC PLICATION.
t.iuul Oilliviit Vuii.Milvrr
Wash. Jul v l.'i, lssi.1.
Nut l,T Is ln'ivliy
n.uui'it sfiilor 11
l.i in.iki' limil
iM'll lllllt tin' lollowlnn
.1 nollrr nf lili liilrnlliiii
I'loot III s ll ') I, i I
Of Ills lllllll, tlllll lllllt "Hill Hl0f Will III' llll.lt,'
Ih'Iih'.' III!" lii'ylslrl' illltl Uri.'IVi'r lit till' ('. S.
l.ainl i i.'Ili i' ill iinrimv. r, W i.nI., on Aim.
lm l. Hills.
11,1. K. rt'i for tin- , n , unit lotN 1 tout 2
hit ;l T :l n r V .' w in.
I le mom's tlie follow liitf w ltnrssrs to prove
his .'out Iiiiiii. is rr-.Mru.-e Uiim im l I'lilllvii
llimof, nM luii'l . v I.: Anllioiiv S. Mill, Anion
tui'K . t Iiiii Ii'm .Mi'.vris. Uolirrl Iiili'iiiu, nil lit
I In iU'WlIli, kiiiuitliiii lounly W iisli.
J "J-JllllK'J i John 1. liKoollKilAN. Iti Klst. r.
MHiCK FOR I'l IM.H MTIOX.
I.an.l Oltliv lit Tlio Pull.-s nr. .Inly H, ls!;l.
Notlir Is linrl'V i; I I'll tlli.t tin' I. 'I li , l. I lm
lulllli il M'tllrr lull llli-'l IH'II' .' u Ills lull lllloll
to iiiiiKr mini priiol in MtMirt ot his rliilm,
Hint tluil :.l, I llnol will li' imiilr I, 'I, He I hi'
liruNIrr illl.! llrrrlvrr 1. . I,. '.lit I'liM I'llll.'S
nr. on I'ar-ilny sri'l .', i:
It. A. No "ill for tin- n w '.. n w '. ot nr.'
mnl loti I'.'anil S ot sir I.i l'i I n r In r w in.
llr luiiiii l:ii" liillnw lnc It :u--.,'s to pi'ovi'
lil- roiil iioioiix iv-i'lim,' u, 11 mnl I'lilllvii
lion ni K.iil I. mil u: .norur r.ooili, o llmul
Ki.rr i n'!.-o?i. A. H. 'nrtiimi, .luiuri ii'tilmni,
A. I 'lrilt'iiliiii, nl .Mount I limil . itvtin.
J.M-iu'.li John W. I.kwi.s, lonUlrr.
.NOTH i: I'OU Pl'lUiICATlON.
T'linlii-r I .iin.l, Art .liinr :t, s;,s.i
.1 Sl;i!i'j I. 'ill,! t!,v,
r, Wi.-h., Jtuir Ul ImC.
Nut Ire I In'!'. . kIm'Ii Unit In rotnihiiiiv
W illi tlir min ins ol the m-l m I Yiujivm hi
.Innr :, InTS. i iiiuli'il "An nn lor tin- i.lr ol
linilii i ImihIh in iiir St:Oi' ot rallloi niu.i ir
on. Nr ;iil:i ,iiit W !i- lutii:ton 1'rn iliir. ,'' Ar-
nol'l II. Hcnirr, i 1'ori lainl . oiuil v ol .M tiltm
li mil liit.' ul i n r ;on, iims I h .. ilay lllnl In tin
olliii' hlb orn suiiiiiH'iil. Nn 1 r i s lorllir pi
rliao-ol tin' sotil'i ni"! iiiaTlrr i-rr No. . In
tow us.iii No. il.norlli rail:;.' No. In w . M. mi l
i III oil. I- I'loi'l In nIion. Iliat Ilir limil soai,! Is
Inoiv vuliial"!' lor Us IiiiiImt or Moiir l!i.ui for
imrirnlliiral iiii'nisrs, an.l to r.lalili-n his
mi til to siild laml lii liur tlir ltrisli r -inil Ki
i riM r ol Hits oitiri' ni inn .nivcr W n-.li.,
on Tiii iilay tlirj;ili .lay of Aii'4U-l, s" !.
it.-natni'.s us iitiir-M s: 11. 1. Iiiirnliinn,
I'i I. . A. Sin larr, lolin M. I'lioni'soii, 1 1 1 tit it I
I. 1 inn 1 1 im ni, all ol I'm 1 1:. ml i 'i'i cm.
Any mnl all pris.ins riaiiniii a l. r-rly tlir
alum' ilrsrriliril l.nnls arc r'-.iu stnl lo Hie
llicir elaniis In llilsollh-eon or lirloie salil '-.Uli
ilay ol i;u.t I -ill.
JiilTiiiii;!:! .I.'lili 1), (ii o;lii",'an, loxlster.
NOTICK I'OU H'liLICATIOX.
iTIlllbi-r I.a:nl, Art .1,111.' HTS.j
j t'liitril Slates I. anil I llfii'i',
Vniii'ou. i i', i'.i.-.h., .1 line li) iv,:l.
Notli-e Is llerrliy lvell Unit III roni.ani'i'
, Willi Hi pr.n i-ioiis o I nr in ! o, ( 'oni'i ss ni
.liin.'.t, l-"s, . ;ii it i.-it -An art lor tin- sale of
. MhImt limits in lln' stairs oi . '.oiiornia, I iris
S.MH. Ni va la ami Wa-.li. I'rr.," So.ua I' lnni'i',
ol 1', HI. anil, roiii'ly ol M uH in muili stale ol
;.; n . lias this day lllnl in Unsolder her
j sivi :i sl.i'i i,i, nl No. I7.it. It n- the pnrehase of
ll:i'-iv ill m,'Iioii So. Ill In loi.iishlp
N", ii.'i lh, lanr mi. 10 i ast, ami w ill oiler
, plum 1 show thai the lanil souuht is innrr
aliiahle or Its llniln lor slime liian for aurl
1 i nlhiial .ur;io-i s airi lo e-lalilisii lier elaiin
tiisani laml heiore ihe Keisier ai.il ItreeiviT
i of tins ul! ire a! Van. miii i r Wash., on '1'itesiluy
; li:,' 1 1 1 nay 1.1 .n:;usi
li. 'l ie
. ali'i .
! Iheir e
; .l iy of
names as wiines-rs: II. 1', liurnliam; i
v. surf. , John M. Tliulnl'son, Hiralnj
:'.i...on. nil ol rorllainl nr.
am! all persons eiaiiniliu' telversely the
ile.ei'lheil lamls .'ire li'iin .li i lo tile
aims in t his oifiri'iin or In: fore sail I iluh ;
! Ji:l7 iui','1!)
Joim li. tii'o:;lH'Kiin, Iteulstcr,
NOTICK FOIl PUBLICATION', j
Land f itl'icr at. Vani'Diivi'i- wash. .Inly '.'It. I sty:!, i
Notice Is licrcliy irlveti flint Ihii rollowlnir-
naini'ii si-iucr lias inivl noiirr ol In r l.ilrn-
! tlon to III. ilie lllllll 1 0 . m ,1' in MIiol't Of her I
I elaiin, ami thai sahl a'onf .1 III he iiiiclr liefori: 1
! KeuisIT jitnl Receiver r. S. I.aM'l ( illlee nt i
' V'1,1,1 v,. uiili mi sa.i. I. .t, ,!.... II txir: ..I..,
i Mary K. Hnwcii.
j II. K. b".i, tor these Jscc i.,Tji3 n r 11 ow!
j She initncs tlie folloM in' llnesses to prove,
her continuous' rtshl 'tier upon ami cultiva
tion ol, sun! mini, viz: Maitle I'litteri'im. of
1'ortlami Orcjtoti, Henry .lohiiston, Mi-irrsH
1 Crawford, Curl Miller, allot' White Salmon
I iis'ispt!) John I). (iKooiii'.OAN. Register,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
iTand Olice nt Vancouver wash, .Inly 2:1, '.mi.
Notice Is hi'i-rtiy t'lvrn that the followlng
ni.mcil settler has tllcil notice of his Intention
to mnko film I proof In (.import of his claim,
ami thai said proof will lie inailo dcforc W.
II. Duiihar, CoininiKslorier U. 8. Crcult Court
lor District of Washington nt (Joldomhile
Washington on Saturday Mept. loth 1KM, viz:
II. K., No. Ki78 for them; 14 sec 31 Tp 5 n r
II c w in.
He. names tho following witnesses to prove
his continuous resilience noon and cnlllvii.
! lion of, said hind; via: John N. Cole, W'llllum
jv. i 01c, 01 v ulna i i). v iishlnXtoii iUidolph
Heyting, John I'ulini.'r, of (illiuer 1'. . W'ush
Intfton. u5.sit!) John I). (jRojrhognn, ItrKlstflr.
set of single
1,1 '?u i;w-:?i;.;.:''n
7 'j Jl l,u( neat and M.lHia.itll
irom $15. to $20.
Team lines $2.50 to $3.
Full line of buggy
washers in sstock.
Boston Team Collars, per pair fill
Team Lines, per set ." to ij;ii 50
1 Breast Straps 50 to (Klcts
1 1 Halters no
Feather Rone Vhip8....V.V."'.'.'.'.50 cts.
E. D. CALKINS,
llooil Iliver, Or.
FURNITUKB AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING
Wall Paper, Paints,
..I to mini . h atom c, allne
HARDWARE, TINWARE, Etc, Fto.
Corner of Socontl ; and Podoral Strnots.
Acorn and Chartor Oak
Stovos and RanROS.
(inns, Aiiiiiniiilllnii anil Si(irting (iinitls,
Wagoumakor's Matoi lul,
Pumps ami P p1 e,
w:e havs idzeciidieid
That thirty days is as long as wc can credit k I", mi'l would rcs'ctfully
leiiiii ,t our patrons to g.ivcru iheuiolvcs aecordiiuly.
,. i EZocclI-vcr
- - And a Comploto Lino of - -
yiDRUGS, CHEMICALS AID MEDICINES.
DRS. WILLIAMS Sl BROSIUS.
House Builder's Goods. Sasli
and Doors, Mouldings,
Buckets nnQ Wood T u r n i n a s.
Lime. Plastei and Latli Ccil-
UN SHiHt'lTST NDTti'i:.
O. STltAN AII AN,
Have on hand a full supply of Fruit, Shade and Ornamental trees; grap
vines, small n uns, Knscs and Minibiicry.
lie sure lo get our prices before purchasing cisowher.
Remember our trees are grown strictly without li i i"ation
THE DALLES. OREGON
F. II. Stanton, Local Airont.
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
Choicest Meats, Hani,
Bacon, lard, Game,
Poultry, Also Dealers in
VEGETABLES AND FRUITS.
Comer of Oak and Fourth Streets, .... jj,ki llvert Oregon.
A. S. BENNETT.
ATTORN FA'-AT-L A V.
OK COUKT.VNI) SKCONI) HTItKKT,
Tim Dalles, Ori'K'in.
Six lots in Waucoma, 480 acres in
Skamania county, and several farms
in the valley.
J. IL CitAM.KitAroir.
A'i' td soli
ci.lot: ami tinted Wudi;.
. la'.s l . ulllns, also u cliocp Krado
1111,1 I ill I IligM
ltUIDll, LOW 10 a Old
('(iiiipiui)' Acrlriiltiirul lmil meiiU
mnl 31 ni'liliH'i
Rustio and Floorina".
JI. f. i nK
JOHN H. CRADLEBAUCH.
ATTOHNKY AT LAW.
IWtleos In nil tho r-ourtu of Orr-Ron and
WnsliliiKtoii. Hpeclul attention Klvim to eon.
(jIL ' 'IKlt OFFICE,
HOOD KIVEIt OIIICGON
House and lot in Hood Iliver. Ap
IIy to A. S. I,uwr.i:.