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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 22 March 1890

DBF. 4KB. bylla higginson, in west shore. ' The whole day long a spider spun . His thread of gold in the glowing sun. With love in his heart and hope in his soul He gathered the strands in one glist'ning whole. With a patient touch and a tender care He boilded his castles, quaint and fair. And never once did his courage tire, In the night's cool dusk or the noonday's fire. Till at last he knew, with a glad relief, That his castle was welded front leaf to . ' leaf, Up in the old sweet apple tree As fair a thing as one cared to see. "This is my dream!" the spider said. As he paused to rest his weary head. "I have worked it out with each golden strand, With a patient heart and a careful hand; "I have faltered never and fainted not, Though the winds were keen and the suns were hot; "I have tenderly set each thread of -gold, I have worked and waited and I have grown old; "And by all the hours and days that were spent, - - ' I have honestly earned this sweet con tent." . A butterfly on li...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 22 March 1890

C53 TI1ES-M0DITAIIER SUPPLEMENT. DEMOCRACY TBE SAME. Democracy still follows the same kind of sophistry it did when it stated that the "war was a failure;" advo cated equitable adjustment of the na tional debt and inflation of the cur ' rency. It has posed as the friend ot the poor man and at the same time has been "cheek by jowl" with slare mas ters, plutocrats and monopolists. For the past twenty-five yean it has never advocated a .single national principle, but has always been alert to pick up any expedient to win votes. The con vention which met in Salem this week is composed of the Bame elements ot all Democratic assemblies which have met for the past quarter century, and the following call reads the same as very many did twenty years ago: We invite all American citizens, with out distinction of calling or political preference, who are weary ot paying sweat wrought tribute to conscienceless monopolies, to emulate the example of their lellows who have so emphatically expressed t...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 29 March 1890

Wat 0mii MOrXTAIHBEB, Volume XXX XlMKS-MOUMTAiaiEKB, - VIII THE DALLES, OKEGOJST, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1890. CONSOLIDATED 1882. NUMBER 33. FEINTED EVEEY SATURDAY jsHH micheu. editor ahd pboprietor. -BY- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year Siug-le copy sia months asT-Terms strictlv in advance .SS.OS .. 1.00 g ntertd at the PotUiJiee at The Dallet, Or , at Second lUian MOU9T JOT ITBMMIHWM WrVUJn WIC OTUM. LIST OF STATE AHD COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor 8. Pennover Secretary of dtate G. W. McBride Treasurer Geo. W.Webb Superintendent 01 Public instruction.. E. P. McElrov 8e-tors "j.'h. Mitchell Conarressman B. Hermann Stale l'rinter Frank Baker CUDSTV. ShsrlS Geo. Herbert Clerk U. H. Thompson Treasurer . Geo. Kuch rv-nrni.,.,. George A. Young A. Leaveok A H. Gourlay .... E. F. Sharp Surveyor Superlnt dent of Public School . Coroner .... . A. C. Connelly William Micbell. Professional C rds. t. B. no 71 DOW. coxncs. QONDON CONDON, Attorneys at Law. Office On Court street, opposite t...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 29 March 1890

SATURDAY MARCH 29. 1890 RESULTS OF PROTECTION. There is a serious disagreement be tween the practical and the theoretical free-trader, says the S. F. Chronicle. The latter is constantly assuring peo ple that the tendency of protection is to repress production, and that the United States can never become an exporter of manufactured products on a large scale until it adopts the free trad policy. He points triumphantly at our table of exports, and asks ns to contrast its figures with those of Great Britain. But he fails to note the fact that ail our energies ere taxed to sup ply the demand of a rapidly increasing home market, and to draw from it the sensible inference that we are not ex porting, because we do not need to do 8a In other words he is too obtuse to perceive that nations, like individuals, do not go abroad to find customers when they have them at their doors. If the theoretical free-trader is be fogged on this point his practical brother is not. By a practical free trader w...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 29 March 1890

FIRE FIRE -GRAND CLOSING OUT SALE! Dry Goods, SI1O6S. i ills 1 In Order to Effect a Speedy Clearance, the Entire Stock will be Sold Begardless of Cost. The Balance of Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Cloaks and Wraps will be Sold at Half Price. $3,000 WORTH OF MEN'S BOOTS AT HALF PRICE. Every Other Department Marked Away Down Below Cost. As this is the Greatest Opportunity Ever Offered to the Purchasing Public, Their Earliest Atten tion is requested, as the Goods AEE BEING SOLD VERY EAPIDLY. W. H. Moody & Co., SATURDAY... MARCH 29, 1800 Kail-way Time Tabic, Union laillc. BlBTWARD. Express No. X, arrives 1:20 A.M Express No. 4, arrive. 10:46 A.M Freight No. 24, departs. ... 6:45 A.M Freight No. 22, depart. 12:30 p M (BIMU Express No. 1, arrives 2:45 P.M r.xpren No. 3, depart. S:iu P.M Freight No. 27, arrives 8:30 A.M Freight No. 21, departs. 12:30 P.M ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday'. Daily. ' Gardens are appearing fresh and green, Mr. F. C. Sexton, of Dufur, is in the city. Mr. R....

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 29 March 1890

CEOOK COUKTY. Brief Culled Kreia the Columns or . the Oehoeo Review. Seth Bodman, of Bear creek, was in town Wednesday. Mr. Bodman reports havion lost about one-third of bis sheep, and that his father, William Bodman, had lost 1500 out of 2000. Last fall Andy Lvtle had 3600 bead of sheep, and a few days since he counted his flocks and found that 1000 were musing. showing that his lo3s by the winter had been that number. Frank Wheeler was over from Sisters last Satnrdav. He said the snow had nearly all left the Squaw creek country, and that crass had hezan to crow on the ranee, tlioturh it has come too late to do much good, for a lars;e percentage of stock in that country is dead. The neoDle of Prineville and vicinity can not afford to let the opportunity pass of se curing a railroad from The Dalles here. It would be of more benefit to them than any " other imDrovement that could be made, and if they do not put forth some effort to get it, Prineville will be left in the shade wnen Ni...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 29 March 1890

r -1 TIMES-MOUNTAINEER SUPPLEMENT. QUEER LOGIC. The Tacoma Cfoie is very ably edited, and maintains a prominent position among the many valuable exchanges from our neighboring state, Washington; but in its opinions on the caucus we believe it assumes a position which cannot be maintained by logic, or from the history of po litical organizations. We quote its language: The nearer we can get to the people, the more closely we follow the true spirit of American institutions. Back of the president and congress, back of i the governor and legislature, back of the mayor and council is the people and the caucus is the agent of the peo ple through which its voice is spoken. Abolish the caucus and yon take away , the first step in our system , above the allotment of universal suffrage and the important step through which suffrage is made valuable. If nominations were made for them and on election day two tickets were offered the peO' pie with the alternative of voting one or the other, the m...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 5 April 1890

H4 nt MOCXTAIXECK, Velanae XXX TinES-HOlMTAlXEER, - VIII THE DALLES, OKEGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1890. CONSOLDATED 1882. NUMBER 34. "i vYI Ill FEINTED EVERY SATUBDAY -BY' Mlsoellaneona. Banks. TELEGRAPHIC. John Michell, Editor and Proprietor, wanted! The Dalles National Bank, TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year 92.04 Single copy six months 1.00 SVTenns strlctlv in advance M ntered at the Pottofic at The Dalle, Or., at Second Cum Matter Jur Craiumuttton tnruujn ute matts. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor 8. Pennoyer Secretary of .Statu U. W. McBride Treasurer Geo. W. Webb Superintendent of Public Instruction.. K. P.'HcElroy 8ors J. H. Mitchell Congressman B. Hermann Btate Printer Frank Baker Sheriff Geo. Herbert Clerk.- U. H.Thompnon Treainrer Geo. Ruch Conunisnoner. '. Assessor H. Gourlay Surveyor E. F. Sharp Buperlnt dent ol Public School .... A. V. Connelly Coroner William Mlcneii. Professional C rda. Mj old friendi and the public, one and all to coin ana see m...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 5 April 1890

SATURDAY..- APRIL. 5, 1890 FARMERS AND STATISTICS. Among the most useful deeds of the Farmer's Alliance, say? the Inter Ocean, will be counted the appoint went of a statistician in each state who shall make yearly returns as to the kinds, ' quantities, and qualities cf crops, flocks, herds, dairy, fruit, and other products of the farm. The pro j;ct is, however, rendered of less valw than it should have by the order oi the president of tho Kansas branch oi the alliance: "These statistics shall be for the benefit of the order and for in formation of its members, and not foi general publication." In these days it is not wise to have trade secrets; the good of one industry is tho good of all industries; the depression of one great industry works depression to all industries. It is an error common to all agricultural associations to suppose that agriculture is a trade governed by laws that do not operate upon all other trades. The great law of sap ply and demand governs every trade. But,...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 5 April 1890

FIRE FIRE GRAND CLOSING OUT SALE! ft FI7E1TISI1I1TG-S. and Shoes, and Caps- MS In Order to "S. Every Other Department Marked Away Down Below Cost. As this is the Greatest Opportunity Ever Offered to the Purchasing Public, Their Earliest Atten tion is requested, as the Goods ARE BEING SOLD VERY EAPIDLY. m h tfv ygrjci iv SATURDAY. ............ APRIL 5, 1890 Hallway Time Tabic, L'nlwu .Pacific XETWAKD. Kxpreas No. S, intra 1:20 A. Jl Express N& 4, arrive. 10:40 A.at Freight No. 24, depart 6:45 A.M Freight Mo. z2, departs... 12:30 t M wssivaaD Express No. 1, arrives 5:45 P. r.xurosa No. 3. depart 2:40 P. 1-Teigut ho. 27, artvee S:MA.M i-reiKbt No. 21, depart. 12X0 O ITMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday' Daily. Summer breezes. Police court quiet. ' Spring with its flowers. Mr.H. VV. Wells, of Shear's bridge In the city. " Politicians are making themselves ' frieudiy to the "dear people." Goldendale is not depending upon local roads; bat expects a branch of toe Hunt svstein in Klickitat cou...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 5 April 1890

. The tu ana the Sew Jvarnajist. The managing editor of a large daily newspaper, a fe n days ago,gave a would be contributor permission to prepare a two-column paper on a given topic for his journal. The editor's estimate was that the article could be prepared in one, or at most two days. But the writer declined the task, saying that it would require fix weeks' labor. The difference between the two es timates was the difference between tho old and new journalism. The contributor be longed to the old time when literary com position was thought to be some mighty and mysterious toil, usiDg up the pbos - phorus of i he upper regious of the soul. Iu that ponderous old school of thought it wa3 reckoned that a man's brain would blow up if be applied any sort of high pressure to it, and if a writer spent two hours in steady composition the proper thing was to go to bed and send for a . dector. Fine times the newspapers would have in getting nit if the old notions prevailed to-day I Lighting...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 12 April 1890

en 4 lit n IK WW HODNTAISEEB, Volume XXX riKKS-HOUNTAiaiEEK. VIII THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1890. NUMBER 35. CONSOLIDATED 1882. J", III to PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY JSKN MlCHELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one jnr Single eopy six months 4B-Terms strictly in advance .2.0 . 1.00 rq ntered at the Pottofict at Thi Dalltt, Or. , at Second Clan Matter or trajumvmon uuruugn uu main. LIST OF STATE AMD COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor B Pennoyer Secretary of dtate G.W.McBride Treasurer Geo. W. Webb Superintendent of Public Instruction.. E. P. McElroy . - I J. N. Dolph Beoators 1 J. H. Mitchell Congressman ..... B. lie nn an 8Ute Printer Frank Baker CIOITJKT'I'. Bherifl Geo. Herbert Clerk G.H. Thompson Treasurer..... Geo. Kuch . . ( Geonre A. Younir commissioners .H. A. Leavens Assessor H. Gourlay Surveyor.. .". E. F. Sharp Bupcrlnt dent of Public School .... A. C. Connelly Coroner wuliammcneii, Professional C rds. J. B. OOKDOX. . COKDC QONDON CONDON, Attor...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 12 April 1890

SATIRDAY APRJLL 12. 189 THE TIMBER CULTURE ACT RE - PEALED. It waa a foregone conclusion sonie months ago that the timber-culture a;t would be repealed, says the "San - Francisco Bulletin. When it wan en . acted there were the strongest expecta tions that it would accomplish great things. It was hoped that by this means the treeless plains would be re forested; that a vast area, destitute cf timber, would be planted, and that on ' overy quarter-soction taken under this act by private parties, forests would spring up on some part. The tininer planting shows no adequate relation to the vast amount of land taken up un dor the act. Thus, up to June, 1888, there had been entered under this law no less than 38,088,506 acres. The proportion of planted area, if the la had been strictly observed, would LaveJ been 2 380,030 acrea The claimants had ten years to prove up their claims but when the proofs were in hardly more than 50,000 acres were shown to have been covered with trees. Probably a...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 12 April 1890

IFIRE !l FIRE! FIRE! GRAND CLOSING OUT G-E1TTS' ubitish:iit&s. Goods, forth of and and In Order to Every Other Department Marked Away Down Below Cost. As this ' tion is requested, as the 1 - W.H SATURDAY APRIL 12, 1S90 Kailway Time Table, Union Paeifle. B.UrtWAW. Express No. 2, arrives. 1:20A.M Express Ko. 4. arrives 10:4. A.M Freight No. 24, departs... 6:46 A.M Freight Ho. 22, depart. 12:30 f WSS1WASD Express No. 1, arrives 2:45 P.M r.xpren No. 3, deport. 2:40 P.M Freight No. 27, arrive. 8:30 A M sleight N. 21, departs. .... 12:30 f.a ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Tuesday' Daily. Oar justice and poliee courts arc very quiet. Mr. A. J. Brigham, of Dafur, is in tbe city. Mr. A. MacLeod returned from Portland to-day. Hon. J. D. Lee retnrned from "tbe valley to day. Tbere are numerous candidates for tbe various offices. Mr. Hugh Gourlay, our popular county assessor, is tn tbe city. - Farmers report tbe roads in good con dition for tbis season of tbe year. Trees are leafing, and the country ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 12 April 1890

Bound to be ven. A Briton was once on a rUit to an American friend who was something of an amateui farmer. In walking through the grounds they passed a pile of potatoes. "Pretty good sized, eh, Smith?" "Ob, fair, but I've seen much larger ones in England." - "What do yea think of tho.se cabbages yonder?" "Small ; much larger at home." "You can't beat those squashes, any . way," muttered the host, as they passed some specimens of that vegetable. 4-0h, yes we can beat them to pieces." The Yankee was chagrined, and be thought himself of revenge. Before dark he procured some ainull turtles, inserted them between the sheets of bis guest' bed, and stayed np at night after all bad retired to await developments. Down flew the Englishman nearly a flight at a time, agape with astonish ment "What under the sun do you keep in your beds here." "I don't know: what did you findT' - " Ton -my soul, I don't know what they are; they're 'orrid beasts any how; come and see tbem.n Thus adjured, the host...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 19 April 1890

cn BOOTAISBEB, Vtlnme XXX XlMKS-BOL'XTAlXEER, VIII THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1890. CONSOLDATED 1882. NUMBER 3G. 8tmt$- Miscellaneous. Bankb PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year Siujglecopy six months...... SVTerms strictly in advance. M ntered at the Pmtofict at The Pallet, Or., at Second Clan Matter jor traiumutim inruuyn uie nou. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor S. Pennover Secretary of Statu ,. Q.W. HcBride Treasurer Geo. W. V ebb Superintendent of PubUc Instruction. .E. P. McEIroy Senators (J. II. Mi(cheU ConffreasmaR . . ..... R- Hermann 8Ute Trinter Frank Baker I Sheriff Geo. Herbert Clerk O. H. Thompson Treasurer Geo. Ruch Commissioners Tifieas Assessor H. Gourlay Surveyor E. F. 8harp Superint dent of Public School .... A. C. Connelly Coroner William alicneu wanted! The Dalles National Bank, 11 old friends and the public, one and all to come ana see me in the r New CoiumDia Hoiei ON ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 19 April 1890

SATURDAY APRIL 19. 1S98 BEET SUGAR: A few days since our dispatches an nouuced that the steamer tTymphaea, of 3,000 tons burden, bad arrived at New Orleans with the machinery fcr the beet sugar factory now under con struction at Grand Island, Nebraska She also brought fifty tons of beet seeds. This factory and plant at Grand Island will cost, completed, more than $500,000, and will have a daily capao- ity to work more than 4,000 tons of beets. This brief piece of intelligence is the text frooi which might be preached one of the most powerful of sermons to the agricultural political economists. Our space is too limited to permit more .than a few pointed re marks. To begin with, capitalists do not invest their money as freely as this in visionary schemes. Mr. Sprock ets has succeeded in this enterprising industry in California, and the soil and climate of Nebraska are even better fitted for beet culture than those of the former state. Germany some time ago ceased to be dependent on th...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 19 April 1890

iFIRE E iFIREJ GRAND CLOSING OUT SALEH Worth of Dry Goods, uEuisHiiras. $M00O Clothing, Boots and and Caps, MS In Order to Every Other Department Marked Away Down Below Cost. As this is the Greatest Opportunity Ever Offered to the Purchasing Public, Their Earliest Atten tion is requested, as the Goods ARE BEING SOLD VERT EAPIDLY. W.H. Moddy & Co., SATURDAY 4 .APRIL 19, 1890 Hallway Time Table, Union Faclfle RUTWAU. Kiuiess Wo. t, in 1:20 A.M Express No. 4, arrive. 10:4a A.U Freight No. 24, departs... 6:45 A Ji Freight No. Xt, depmrte ....l&Su f VBIffiU Express No. 1, arrives t:46 P.M r.tprew No. S, depart 2:40 KM freight No. 7, arrvee 8:30 A.M Freight N.. 21, departs. 12:80 KM ITEMS IN BRIEF. From Wednesday'i Daily. Fruit trees ithe city are in full bloom- Dr. H. L. Waters is very low this after. noon. This evening we have slight indications or rain. - There are numerous teams in from the Klickitat to-day. Mr. Win. Michell, jr., ia confined to hia oea with measles. Several f...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 19 April 1890

TWO ( IKEEBS. EI. LA WHEELER" WILCOX. I. So much one thought about the life be yond, He did not drain the waters of his pond; And when deatli laid his children 'neath the sod He called it "the mysterious will of God." He would not strive for wordly gain, not he His wealth, he said, was stored in God's lo be. He kept his mortal body poorly dressed, And talked about the garments of the blessed; And when to his down. Jast sleep he laid him His only mourner gown. begged her widow's II. One was not sure there was a me to come, So made a heaven of his earthly home, He strove for wealth, and with an open hand He comforted the needy in his land, He wore new garments often, and the old Helped many a brother to keep out the cold. He said this life was such a little span Man ought to make the most of it for . man, And when he died, the fortune that he left Gave succor to the needy and berelt. CROOK COUNTY. Items Called From the Columns of the Oehora Kevlew. Several freight teams arrived here t...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 26 April 1890

on mkt 'i'SlE'JC' w'i0'tt''tt't 'E'S-C-' HOCSTAISKEB, VtlUieXXX tMK-MOU3ITAI3EEn. - VIII THE DALLES, OKEGON, SATURDAY. APRIL 2G, 1890. NUMBER 37. CONSOLIDATED 1882. PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY BY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor. TRRATS OF SDBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year i.urimDv siamonths.. ...... x-w Stir-Terms strictl in advanre '', Pc vtered at the Pmtoffice at The DaUet, Or., at Second Ctau Matter Jor tranmumtm uirouym u UST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor 8. Pennover Secretary of State O. W. McBride Treasurer Geo. W.Webb Superintendent of Public Instruction. .E. P..xteElroy Seuton J.' H. Mitchell Congressman B. Hermann SUM rrinter Frank Baker Sheriff Geo- Herbert Clerk xi. inoniwm Treasurer Geo. Kuch , . ( George1 A. Yountf Commissi oners H. A. Leavens Assessor H. Gourlay 6urTeyor.'."..'..'"."."."."." E. F. Sharp cuperint dent 01 i-uonc acnoai .... a. j. Coroner .....WilliamMichell. ProfoaMonal C rda. J. S. OOKDOH. COSDCli. QONDON CONDON, Attorneys at Law. Office On ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
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