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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 19 May 1894

c The Times-Honnlaineer 8ATORDAY- .MAY 19. 1894 COXSTISM AT TBE CAPITOL. The Inter Ocean has the following very sensible remarks on this question The original purpose of Coxey and his following to march to the steps, of the capitoI, and there in a somewhat ' flamboyant way make his demands of congress, has not been carried outdoor is it likely to be; bat all the barriers of parliamentary law coo Id not keep Ooxey from entering the capilol, both wings. The press has been censured foi giving so muoh prominence to the matter, but even a censorship of the press, however rigid, could not bar oat this latest pnblio phenomenon. Both . political parties were repre seated in the fatile attempt to keep this ism oat of the senate. The reso lution of inquiry was introduced and advocated by Senator Alien, of Ne braska; bat even this member of the Populist triangle disclaimed ' sympathy with the movement He said he did not want non-interest beariBg bonds issued and" the proceeds devoted to ' hiri...

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 May 1894

The Times-Monntaineer groundless. Colombo hat some of the finest orchards along the river and their H-aToction will be a serious blow to the fruit business. SATURDAY. ITEMS m BRIEF. . from Wednesday's Daily. Mr. E. 8. dinger, of Hood Hirer, is in , the city. Circait court will convene in this city on the 28th iost. Mr. J. H. Cradlebaugb, of the Glac'er, was in towa today. Mrs. 11. LeBJllster has just received a line line of sunnier millinery. H.J. O. Dav, one of the .corernment contractors at the Cascade Locks, Is in the city. Notwithstanding the cool weather pre vailing for the pastjew days the river is still rising. The largest list of arrivals ier a long time was registered at the Umatilla House Monday. bt Paul's Episcopal guild will meet with Mrs. G. C. Esbelman .tomorrow ' afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. M. Philliber and Mr. J. H. Tem pleten and wife, of Prineville, are regis tered at the Umatilla House. Prof. C. L. Gilbert, of the Hood River public schools, wbo has been in the ci...

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 May 1894

L0 Ttie Times-Mountaineer 8ATURDAY. ..MAY 19, 1894 EBFOSM IA EDUCATION. The Chicago Inter Ocean, in writ ing of the reforms in elementary edu cation, wts the sabiect deserves the attention of every parent, teacher, and school trustee who has any apprecia tion of the importance of bettering oar pablio schools. The matter alike con cerna cities with their graded schools and rural districts with their single schoolrooms and teachers for pupils of all ages and grades. One of the leading purposes, ' per haps the initial one, was to make our pnblio schools preparatory for ad mis aion to college, or, in other words, ' establish a connection between public schools and institutions of higher learning. Hitherto even the regular general course in the high school see oh to have little thought of the college. President Eliot, of Harvard, was i prime mover in the matter and wan aiade chairman of the committee of ten appointed by the National Educa tional Association, The initial idea light easily...

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 May 1894

wm ' ; THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. MAY 26. 1894. NUMBER 42 T1KRS-MOCSTAIS1USB, - ' PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY ST . John LJickell, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. geeopy C copy jw months. .12.04 1.01 ttrtctlT in advance. --. ik. Pn.tnMri at Tt Datttt.Or eeond CimmMmUtr for tronmistio through the mail. UST OF STATE AND COUMTt OFFICIALS. ; Oonrnor S . Pennoy er ::. G.w.cBrid. TP,urr ........ PbulipMetschai. Auperintandent of Public Instruction . . E. B. McElroy j J. IS. Dolp Senators 1.U. Mitchell f wi m .n . first district .... fi. Hermann second dlttrict..., Stats Printer COUSTX. Frank Bak ar Co ty Jade... barta Clark Treasurer Commissi flftsr. . . '.....it. A. Ward J. B.Croasen Wm. Micbell Jts. Darnielle " J. W. Koonts aorveyor K. F. Sharp Superintendent ol PnbUe Schools.. ... Troy hholley (Wnnar. - . . . .N . M. EABtWlKXi Professional Cards. J 8UTEKLANDflM. D., CM. Physician and .Surgeon, Booms S and a, Chapman Block. The Dalle, Ore. o. O. HOLLISTER, Physician nd Surgeon...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 26 May 1894

-ifr'r'iifif-TiTig The Times-Mountaineer SATCBDAT.j . . j i MAT 58. 1894 CLEVELAND AND THE SOUTH. The Memphis A ppeal-Avalancfie makes a double-leaded prayer to its readers that they, all and singular, shall forever cease from complaint or abase of President Cleveland, and shall join with it in continued laudation of his great and glorious policy. For, says our southern friend and contemporary, "What is the matter with Grovert Isn't he all right? Hasn't he done the square thing by the southt Isn't Eua tia, of Louisiana, Ambassador to Francet lan McKenzie, of Kentucky, Minister to Peru) Isn't Porter, of Ten nessee, Minister to Chili? Isn,t Caruth, of Arkansas, Minister to Portugall Isn't Hoke Smith, of Georgia, in the Cabinetf Isn't Herbert, of Louisiana, on the supreme (bench! And hasn't Ororer the Great and Grover the Good made all these appointments of south ern men! What more, beloved friends of the south, do you wantt Isn't this a good showing? Let us give thanks Thus, in effect...

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. — 26 May 1894

The Times-Monntalneer SATURDAY..... .-....'.MAY 26, 1894. ; ITEMS IS BRIEF. . . fton Wednesday's Daily. Hon. A. A.Jayne, of Arlington, is the city. v .i f Pattprsnn left on the train ' this moraine on a short risit to Portland. Rhonff Ward returned from a short . i Tisit to Portland on the night train yes- 1 terdav. Th rniirin ded was filed for record today: Felix C. Sexton to John Bolton; tarm al JUngsiey; f uw. Mrs. Mary French returned last even ing from an extended visit to iue iuiu- winter lair in ban rancisco: . '"Hon. J. C. Luckey, formerly Indian . agent at Warm Springs, but at present a resident ot jroruana, is in ice uiy . Mr. Harry i.iebe,who has been visitwe relatives and friends in Portland ior a few days past, returned on the midnight train. A party of four tourists from Indiana were registered at the Umatilla House last night. Tney lelt tms morning on . trie boat. Mr. L. Fritz, wife and child, wiio have been visiting relatives and friends in this citv for several week...

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. — 26 May 1894

CO The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY..,.... .MAY 26, 1894, SOW MONEY IS EFFECTED. In the revival of the silver debate which recent circumstances and politi cal movements have called to the sur face, old fallacies are being revamped. One of these is, that "the moaey power," as the populists term all mon- ' eyed interests, profits by the prostra tion of the national finances. Tt is wise to leaven all political argument with reason that is no argument that is not reasonable. A little thought by those who would flood the country with cheap currency ' and state bank issues, and make the silver craze the national policy, will convince them, if they are vopen to reason, that their , charge is iOogiciI, truthfully ' remarks the Sacramento Record-Union. With ent at all championing the so called "moneyed interest," any one can see, who will, that in whatever befalls a ' nation the "moneyed interest" would be the greatest sufferer. In every . national, interest this has been plainly written money...

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. — 2 June 1894

THE DALLES, OEEGON, SATURDAY. JUNE 2. 1894 NUMBER 43 ... PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY ;. by John Michell, Editor and Proprietor : ' TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. .lion gecnoy syear ge cpy month. SB-Tonus strictly in advance. a Ih. PmtnMce at The DaUet, Or eamd . Clou Matter far tTarunuttion through the mailt. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Oovernor .. .". 8. Pennoyer Secretary of 3Ute O. W. McBriue Treasurer .' Phillip Metscbap Huuerintendent of Public Instruction. . E. il. McElroy ' J J.N. Dolpn Senator i.tk Mitchell Congressman, first district ... .... second district.... gtate Frinwr ,.. COCST1. County Judge 8taeria OlerK . .. Treasurer... -Commissioner. Assessor.... . '-. Surveyor.... Superintendent of Public Schools, Coroner. B. Hermann H bum , Frank Biker .. George B'ake y I . A. wara .....J. B.Crosaen Win. Michell .....las. Darnielle ....J. W. Koouu E. F. Sharp Troy Micuey ,.N. H. liastwuod Professional Cx-da. J 8UTHEBLAND,M. D., C. Mv . , Physician and Surgeon, Booms 8 and Chapman B...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 2 June 1894

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY .....JUNE 2, 1894 POPULISM. The complaint of Populists that the government of the United States is very corrupt, and that corporations and plutocracy are undermining the , fabric of free institutions have a ten dency to incite the worst elements of society to - acts of maliciousness. . Harangues of this nature are similar to throning fire among combustibles. and the results cannot be otnerwise than disastrous. Oue effect upon the discontented classes has already been seen in the onward march of Ooxey's , armv towards Washinetoo city, which would not have been undertaken with out the sober judgment of the leaders had been subverted by wild theories and fanatical notions. But this is ut the beginning of evils of a much more serious nature. So ' far, these men have committed no depredation upon property, except stealing railroad trains, which is very reprehensible. But the next movement will not be oeaceable one. and without, these r - . speeches are stop...

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. — 2 June 1894

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY. JUNE?, 1894. ITEMS IN BRIEF Patient and Hopeful. We went to preas with the Weekly Tintis- ' MotJ!rrAlKHB this afternoon at 2 o'clock, and tha water in oar compound room was over two inohea deep. It la doubtfol if the motor will work, and tor that reason will not alterant to issue the daily today. But the paper hat not ruspatded, and if it possible the Daily Tdcis-Mourtaikksx will iasne tomorrow the same as usual. We are proof against eyery obstacle except the elements, and to these we are forced to sue eamb. The T.-M. has always been in favor of an open river; but the Colom bia appears to be particularly antagonists axainst us. and for a time we most be patient and bopffat. From Thursday's Daily. Mr. H.- S. McDaniel. of Moro, is in the elty. . - ' - . Mr. M. J. Anderson, of Dufur, is in the city. ' " - Dr. Hollister can be foand tor night calls at the residence of Mrs. C E. Don- ham, near the Academy. Mr. Fred Lemke can be fonnd Washington street, sur...

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. — 2 June 1894

The Tim es-Mountaine er SATURDAY .JCNK 2, 1894. ITEMS IS BRIEF. From Saturday's Daily. . Hon. W. H. H, Dutur u io the city. . Mr. Robert Kelly, of Kinsley, was in town yesterday. Mr. J. B. Hoeford, of tbs Moro Observer, waa in town yesterday. Mr. John Brookhouse, of Kingsley, gave . ns an atre-able call this afternoon. &T. H. A. Lravens and Mr. E P. Ash, .01 Cascade Locks, were io the city yester- day..; :-..f Hon. K. B." Dufur returned yesterday """from an extended trip over the counties in i this judicial .district, - . ' From Hood "River there were in town yesterday Hon. T. R. Coon, Captiin A. S. Blowers and Hon. M. P. Isenberg. ' ' If 1 he Uallea inteod to make an enorr in ; the way of a tourth-of-July celebration it is time some movement was made in that direction.- 4 . ... . i High water is threa'eninz the raiWad . : track in places, and if it rises a few feet more the road will be submerged at low points close to the river. - The following deed was filed for record with 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. — 23 June 1894

houstam ek. ""Jl PRINTED EVEEY SATURDAY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor 0 FvlAHA XANSAS CITY, ST. PAUL Chicago, St. Louis, ILL POISTS EAST, EO TH and S TH TRAIN : SCHEDULE: LEAVE THE DALLES. Tart, "term 11:15 P. M West Bowid 3:45 A. II Ait RITE AT THE DALLES. . From the East 3:40 A M From ins West... 11:10 P II. PDLJLMAN SLEEPERS. CCltMST I RECLINING CHAIR CAR! and DINERS .Steamers from Portland to San Francisco ' EVERT FIVE DAYS. TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE. S. H. H. CLARK, , -OLmR W. MINK. J." RECEIVERS. E. ELLEBY AKDERSON, For rates and general information eal! on E.'E. LYTLE, Depot Ticket Agent, The Dalles, Oregon. W. H. HURLBURT, Asst. Gen. Para. Airt, 2ft Washington St.. Portland, Or Gunning & Hoclanan Blacksmiths. In the new shop on Second street, first blacksmith shop est of French & Co. 'a brick block. Hors e-Shoeing a Specialty. All kinds of work in iron, whether of agricultural to plements or vehicles, done in the moat mechan caistvle and satisfaction iniarante...

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. — 23 June 1894

TO Tie Times-Mountaineer ATUEDAY . .JUNE 23, 1894 POPULISM DYING. The result of the recent election in this state may be considered a death blow to that obnoxious political growth called Populism, which is of a similar nature to other "isms' that spring into life and mature during years of adversity, and wither and die when panics cease and business gives evi dence of healthful conditions. Like the weeds that grow in a soil of filth and slime these political thistles re quire no sunlight or bright, stimulat ing atmosphere to prosper and devel ope. During the panic of 1873 the greenback party came into existence, and its growth was impelled by the unsettled state of finances and busi ness stagnation. It soon went down to its grave, and during the recent financial stringency Populism sprung into life from the same causes. Its fate is easily determined by the history of its predecessor, and both of these follow the same lines of development . as the plants that flourish in un healthful...

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. — 23 June 1894

The Times-Momitaineer feATU RDAY, JUNE 23, '94. ITEMS IN BRIEF . From Wednesday" Dally. - Dr. Dietrich, of Dufur, was in the city yesterday. - The city of tenta on Washington street still remain. The run of salmon continues very good in this vicinity. As mementoes of the flood several boats are high and dry on the streets. The Umatilla House is being fitted up in more elegant style than it was before .the high water. The Regulator made her landing last night about 10 o'clock, with a good pas : sender list and some freight. McJEd. Martin, who has been confined ;to his room by on attack of inflammatory 'rheumatism, is attain able to be around The switch engine ha3 been busy all day moving the freight cars on the rail troad bridges which were submerged by the flood. A flock of sheep was ferr'ed over the . Columbia this morning, and will be dri ea to summer pasturage in the vicinity of Mt. Adams. At Moody's warehouse a force of men has been employed opening the wool bales and exposing t...

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. — 23 June 1894

Tbe Tiies-Monntaineer SATURDAY .JUNE 23. 1894 LET TEE SCAR REMAIN. The McMinn villa Telephone-Register, which has been a DedJocrat on principle from the beginning, has these rigorous words for that other line of action adopted for policy. The Yam hill organ says: .' ' ' Democratic tackling to Popnlist ideas for Popalist support has . been the ruination of the Democratic party of this state. The wedge for deser tions was entered : when the senile Democratic committee of two years ago sent forth the edict to support the Populist electors. The Democratic ErinciDle. Dure and unsullied, will be . supported by thousands, but when adulterated with Pennoyerism and all the kindred evils of the people's party, the returns Bhow that Democrats pre fer Republican men. Hereafter the Democratic party most keep in the middle of the road. It is not often that we find any thing to approve about the Republi can party, but the election of Monday demonstrates that the Democratic party can take a lesson ...

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. — 30 June 1894

Shi W fJ fa 'SyiOfia' f-i E3 K-J FJ i PI 3 IF? M S M W FIX M I THE DALLES. OKEGON, SATURDAY. JUKE 30. 1894. SiOiiXTAIXESU, Volnme XXXIV NO. 45 CONSOLIDATED 1882. vmr.4.HftI!STAlXEEB, " XII PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY BY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor 1UE t ltL'UCKEM. FIRST BAPTIST CHUT.cn Rev. O. I. Tatlob, Piwtor. Services every Sabbath at 11 A. H. P. M. Sabbath school immediately after the morning service, rrayer meeting ever; inursoay evening u l r, u. M. E. CHURCH Rev. Jko. Whibler, Pastor. Services every Sunday inornin- and evening. Sunday School at 12:20 o'clock P. M. A cordial lnvi- . tatioc extended Dv ootn pastor ana people to an. CONGREGATIONAL CHCRCH Rev.W.C. Curtis Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 A. M. and P. 1L Sunday School alter morning service. E' rTANG. LUTHERaN CHURCH, GERMAN. A. Horn, pastor. - Services in the Chap), Ninth street, three blocks wet of Union street. 10:30 a. u ; bundty School at 9.30 A. M. Je receivetb sinners. ST. PETER'S CHURCH Rev. Father BaO...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 30 June 1894

JLJ The Tises-Monntainesr SATURDAY, JUNE 30, '94. ANkRCEY VS. LIBERTY. The murder of President Carnot of France has caused a thrill of horror to pass over the entire civilized world at the brutality of the act, and all liberty loving people deplore the death of i i j : sucn a nan at ibb nana oi n hsi-ubbiu. J Viewed in any light possible the deed - nr. tnwavlfp artrl mnaf mnlininns. and cannot be excused or palliated. If the act was me cuioiiuuuuu ui ijiui, must have been blind hatred that incited it against this man of all ethers and not a desire of greater freedom for mankind. The French republic has made great strides towards a perfect government, and the executive who now lies dead was patriotically devoted to the betterment of the condition of . ' . 1 ! " t 1 i. . t the people. Free institutions has lost a Bteadfast friend in President Carnot, and Santo's dagger made a vacancy -among the rulers of Europe that may be filled by a tyrant. Anarchy is an enemy t all forms of governm...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 30 June 1894

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY. ...JUNE 30, 1894 of he!l where his dirty soul will be cloihed ia the purple and excruciating fires of damnation instead ot nam laoor i in the penitentiary where the abortion should be doing time." ITEMS IN BRIEF From Wednesday" Dally. Mr. E. Bergeron, of the Cascade Locks, 13 in the city today. Two members ef the Demoss family of musicians were in the city last night en route east. Mr. J. It. Warner, of White SalmeD, Wash., arrived in the city on the boat last even in sr. ' The Sherman county case, Stale vs. Douglas, has continued on trial all day. The crime charged is larceny in a dwell ing. The Regulator left the Locks this after noon at 3 o'clock, and may be expected at her wharf ia this city at 8 this even ing. Aloro in Sherman county and the neighboring: town of Head River will . celebrate the 4th ot July in a becoming " manner. Floaters have been placed across Mill creek to support the telegraph wire which formerly rested on the bridge, the bent...

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. — 30 June 1894

. The Times Moiintametr SATURDAY.. ......JUNE 30, 1894 SENATOR BRICKS NERVE. The stock jobbers in the United States senate may be as brazen as Sen- ator Bnce would have it appear, says the Inter Ocean, whea he boasts that there are forty-three senators who will vote for the new tariff bill and Btand by the change of date when the sugar tariff shall go into effect from July 1, -1894, to January 1, 1895. But we doubt whether there are forty-three Democratic senators who have the Wall street nerve developed to the Brice standard. Mr. Brice owes for tune, fame and his seat in the United States senate directly to his Wall street nerve. It is not surprising, therefore, that he Bhould be frank about the Btoek jobbing maneuvers in the 8enSMnd even boast of his own efforts in behalf of the sugar trust. . But, happiiyfor the country, there are few B rices invlhe eynfri. The majority of the senatorsV3Sed ob other recommendations tnfcJlccess in Wall street Some of them tw-ve fallen into temptat...

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. — 7 July 1894

s C1 THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY 7. 1894. NO. 46 JIOUKTAIHBBK, Volus TM JlBS-MOPMTAiarKEB, 'CONSOLIDATED 1882. C0 V f: PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY ' -BY JCHH MlCHELL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Professional Cards. O. C. HOLLISTER, Physician and Surgeon : Booms oyer Dslles National Bank. Office hoars, 10 a m to 12 m, and from x to 4 p m. nest dence Wut End of Third Street, CONDON & CONDON, . Attorneys at Law Sloe on Court Street, opposite the Old Court House The Danes, uregon. A. S. BENNETT, - , . . r Attorney at Law Office la Schanno's Building, up stsirs. The Dslli Oregon. DUFUK & MENEFEE, Attorneys at Law Booms it and iS Chapman Block, The Dalles, Ore. DB. O. C. HOLLISTER, Physician and Surgeon Booms oyer Dalle National Bank. Offlc aours 10 A H to 12, and 2 V M to 4 P K. Besi dence west end of Third Street. AS. BENNETT. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlc, . in Bchanno's building, up stairs. The Dalles regon. J. m. oo.idos. J. w. ooxdoh. (RONDOS COSDON, ATTOBNETS AT LAW J Office on Co art...

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