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The Times-Mountaineer
SATURDAY.....
.APEIirlB. 1892
EDITORIAL NOTES.
. . The promptness manifested by Gov.
- Pennoyer in ordering the National
Guard to support the sheriff of Mal
heur county in the execution of the
; law is very commendable, and his
action will be endorsed by all good
citizens. Whatever the emergency
the supremacy of law mast be main
tained, even if it is necessary to call
' upon the military to do so. Free in-
' stitntions are a farce if laws are not
strictly enforced. '
It may be interesting to know that
seven candidates on the stato ticket
were appointees of Gov. Moody during
his incumbency of the executive chair.
", This is strong commendatioii of bis
judgment and evidence that "Moody
men" are not so bad after all. Hod.
T. A. Moore, candidate for supreme
judge, came into prominence from
being a "Moody man," and so did
lions. Ik. Webster, W. K. Ellis, Loyal
B. Steams, Geo. Watkins, T. A. Ms-
Bride and others.
. At this stage of water Very little
effective work can be done on the locks
at the Cascades; but it is to be hoped
" that the present congress will pass the
' River and Harbor bill by the time the
N river has reached a low stage. It may
. be true that the electoral vote of Ore-
gUII AO UUb UVVl BbUl U 1.1 bUO AbUJVti.aw
in the lower haute: bat the importance
of a liberal appropriation for i m prove
- raents in the Columbia river is a mat
ter oi tne most vital interest to me
northwest, and we hope the Democrats
in congress will legislate, in this in
stance, for the people.
Republicans have a - bare 2000
plurality in Rhode Island with the
'support of the entire national Repub
- licau committee and the adoiinistra-
tration. The state is emphatically in
the doubtful list. Albany Democrat.
In 1890 Rhode Island gave a Demo-
' cratic - majority, and a few riayg ago,
notwithstanding the fact that the
springer xree-wooi ana protected man
' nfnr.fnrAB Kill wras int rA n noA AnA
passed by the Democratic party, gave
a Republican plurality. Still the
state is considered doubtful by our
esteemed cotemporary. We wish all
were in the same donblful class.
A " Democratic exchange says the
. McKinley bill, with its protection to
' wool-crowera. lowered the rjricn of the
product in the United States. We
tresume it will soon be claimed that
ttia AT" W inlan Kill Mnoail fKtll f.lmoa in
Oregon during the past year. If
duty of 12 cents per pound caused
more wool to be shipped to Boston
. from South America and Australia
and lowered the price of the home
. staple, then, according to Democratic
logic, it would would be an advantage
to the "overtaxed poor" to double the
duty and thus decrease the price of
woolen goods to American citizens.
Such arguments contradict themselves
and need no refutation.
The Portland .Dispatch, a Demo
cratic exchange, says: "Mr, Ellis was
not the choice of a maioritv of Eastern
Oregon, but the Multnomah bosses
settled the matter. . A man selected
by the ring vote must be pretty satis
factory to the bosses. He can hardly
be said to be the Eastern Oregon can
didate. He has the ring on him."
This is erroneous in every particular,
and clearly demonstrates the fact that
the Disvatch. has not watched the
drift of political opinion in the Inland
; Empire for the past few years. Two
years ago the Times-Mountaineer
mentioned the name of Hon. W. R.
, Ellis as a . very eligible candidate for
congress, and during the last few
months no name received so many
favorable comments. Mr. Ellis is ab
solutely free from the Portland rintr.
and an open river has a firm and
ef Qnfaut fin anil in Kim
0IK?UOV .uu u i. mill.
The principles of protection apply to
communities as well as to nations, and
the corner-stone of the doctrine is,
keep all the money possible at home.
.. If this had been followed in The Dalles
during the past tew years business
would have been on a much better
basis than it is now, and not nearly so
many complaints about "hard times"
would be heard. In this vicinity as
priori frnir.a am rjkiaprl aa anvwhprA An
a j r -w
' the Pacific coast, and a fruit cannery
would be a paying investment. The
city handles more wool direct from
the producer than any point in' the
United States,"1 and there is ' every in
ducement for a woolen factory. Be
sides these there . are other natural
resources which only need develop
ment to be great factors of wealth and
' prosperity, and, instead of doing every
conceivable thing to give suprtiuay to
- a faction, if business men would work
in harmony for the establishment ' of
manufacturing industries the.re would
be some inducement to home seekers
. i.- tt.:i t:
war ceases the town will constantly
' decline, ana tne most aesirabin acces
sions to our population will w-ule eke-
where. Protection is a grand, good
thing for the country, and we need a
great deal more of it at home.
CROOK COUNTY.
teens Front the Columns
Oehoeo Kevlew.
of the
Wm. Meekin has sold hi saw mill to rep
resentatives ot the Presbyterian clm-ch at
Warm Spring agency. He expects to move
the mill about the middle of next month. -
This week Nye & Allen sold 8000 head of
mutton sheep to Martin ani Watson to be
delivered after shearing. We understand
the price received average nearly three dol
lars. Ezra Gile and A. C. Palmer came across
h mountains from Mitchell with a team.
They said there were 10 inches of new snow
nd about one foot of old snow on the
moaotam.
The court boose yard was filled with
abade trees this week,- something ever a
hundred having been set out. If they all
grow, Creole county will toon be able to
bout of as well shaded court yard as there
it in the state.
Yesterday Isaac Hinkle was given a pre
liminary bearing before Justice Bell on a
charge of incest. After the evidence for
the state was introduced the defendant
waived examination and was placed under
$1000 bonds to appear before the next grand
jury.
Arrangements have been made for hang
ing purees amounting to $300 for three races
to be run over the Frineville track about
May 20th. It is cxpeoted to begin the
spring races over the Lakeview circuit here.
Further particulars will be given next
week.
' Since there are no immediate prospects of
a railroad heiDg built to Frineville, why
would it not be a good thing for the people
here to endeayor to at least set a telephone
line established between here and The
Dalit? It is stated that quite an amount
of mouey would be subscribed for this pur
pose by business men of The Dalles, and no
doubt a liberal subsidy ccuM be raised here.
This is an enterprise for some one to take
hold of. '
Beal Estate Transactions.
April 9 Andrew J Dufur to Larkiu
Vanderpool; NEJ of sec 25 T 1 S E 13 east;
$200.
April S Matilda Prattler to Wm Huskey
et all; NWJ if NWJ and Si of NWJ seo 14
T 2 N K 11 east; $1.
April 9 E B Dufur et al to Ai Simmons;
block 6 in town of Dufur; $100.
April 9 Andrew J Dufur to Willard
Vanderpool: block 5 third addition to town
of Dufur; $100.
April 8 United States to Matilda Hart;
NWJ eeo 14 T 1 N B 14 east; homestead
patent.
April 8 United States to Matilda
Huskey; NWJ of NW'l and S of NWJ
and NW"i of S WJ sec 14 T 2 N R 11 east;
homestead pateut. .
April II Ellsworth A Haynes to Emily
M Haynes; S of SEJ and S of SWJ
sec 4 T 2 S, R 15 eaet; $1. -.
April 11 F M King to N E King; WJ of
SW j ec 3, T 2 N, B 10 east; $1.
April 11 F M King and wife to C M
Soesbe; lots 2 and 3 in block 5, town of
Waucoma: $450. ,
Aoril 11 James W Wallace to Lewis B
Bishop; lot 6 and the east 40 feet of lot 7
in block 1 tonu of Waucoma; $750.
. April 12 Robert B Tedford and wife, to
Wm Boorman; NW of NE and NEJ of
NW sec 4, T 2 N, R 10 east; $5000.
April 12 Nancy A Monroe to John Mon
roe; EJ of NE sec 20, T 2 N, R 10 east;
also Wi of NWJ sec 19. T 2 N, R 11 east;
$100.
April 11 C C Hobart et ux to D M and
J W French; parcel of land in block 3
Trevitt's addition; $4000.
The Eatification Meeting. '
A ratification meeting was held in the
court bouse' last Saturday night by the
members of the McKinley club of this city.
The room was well filled, and the greatest
enthusiasm prevailed. Hon. W. H Wilson
was the timt speaker, and he held the at
tention of the audience for about ten min
utes; but was frequently interrupted by ap
plause. He was followed by Mr. John
Miehell, who spoke of the tariff and other
issues before the party, and seemed to inter
eat the audience. Mr. B. S. Huntington
then introduced the orator of the evening.
Judge Ward of Indiana, who has lately lo
cated in Portland in the practice ot law.
and kindly consented to address the clnb on
this occasion. . He made a general sorvey
of the issues now agitating the country,
and on which the two great political parties
are divided. He paid a glowing tribute to
the heroism and statesmanship of the great
party leaders, and in unequivocal language
signified bis adherence to the principles of
protection. For about an honr the judge
held the attention of the audience in the
discussion of the vital questions now agitat
ing the American people. At the close of J
his remarks a vote of thanks was extended
to him for his able address by the members
of the club. The Dalles band escorted the
speaker from the Umatilla House, and
played several national airs, which bad an
inspiring effect upon the people.
F Co- Has Marching Orders.
'From Monday's Daily. -
. Yesterday Lieut. -Col. Thompson, acting
colonel of the Third regiment, O. N. G.,
received the following telegram:
Portland, Or., April 10. 1892.
Lieut .Cot Geo. T. Thompson, Commanding
Third Segment:
Order by wire Co. F, Third regiment, to
support Sheriff Fell. By order of the gov
ernor. K. W . Mitchell,
Adjutant General.
Col. Thompson immediately ordered F
Co. to support Sheriff Fell, as directed by
the governor, commander-in-chief of the
militia, and leceived the following answer
early this morning:
- Bakek Citt, April 10, 1392. .
Lieut.-CoL Thompson, The Dalles, Or.:
We leave to-night with thirty men.
W. S. Bowers, 1st Lieut.
Col. Thompson received the first dispatch
about 5 o'clock yesterday eyening, and im
mediately telegraphed .Lieut. .Bowers, in
command of F Co., and received the answer
from him this morning over the wires of the
Union Pacific This prompt response of
militia men, who in a fewjhours leave busi
ness and families to enforce the laws of the '
state demonstrates the efficiency of our mil
itary system, and receives the highest en-
coniums from Lieot.-Uol. Thompson.
Democratic Delegates.
The following are the names of the dele
gates elected to the county convention at
the Democratic primaries last Saturday:
East Dulles John Blaser, B Wilson, A C
Sanford, S M Benson, Marshall Hill, W H
Taylor.
Trevitt I J Norman, H J Maier, A S
Bennett, J L Story, J H Pbirman, J H
Jackson, C Stabling, J Harper, A Bettin-
gen, F Lemke, C Howe, Hans Hansen.
Bigelow Geo W Rowland, S B Adams,
W K Corson, J H Blabely, F Egan, E B
Dufur, Fred Williams, S E Ferns.
West Dalles E Schanno, E Schutz. J
Leary, J W Moore, W H Vanbibber.
Mosier J Brown, J Miler.
Eight Mile R H DarnieUe, Henry Ma-
her, John Doyle.
- Kiogsley M Callaghan and John Glavey.
Deschutes W L Ward, J B Haverly and
JD Kelly.
Hood River J B Rand, S J Blythe, M
V Harrison, L Morris, H Pngge, F M Jack
son.
Dutnr F M Thompson, Geo W Nolin
and W Hendricks.
Cascade Locks Charles Stewart, A J
Koigbtley and A W Barnett.
Tygh John Holhogshead and Bud Zum-
wait.
Astoria Daily Talk A reporter of this
paper in his roundup of railroad news suc
ceeded in finding out that Higbee & Ber
nard, railroad contractors of Salt Lake City,
have been awarded the contract to cot the
tonnel through what is known aa the Lewis
and Clarke rivers divide, about 25 miles
distant from Astoria, The cutting of this
tunnel will employ about 500 men, and all
supplies and material will be shipped to
Olney by water and from there will have to
be hauled aoross the government trail to the
scene of operations. - As we stated yester
day a great drawback will be occasioned en
account of the inability ot the contractors
to send their supplies to the fiont, and that
wagon ' roacis .will nave to Be duiic Del ore
work can be done on - some parts of this
grade.i.. 1 - . '
. Baseball MatoL ,
Fossil, Oregon, April 11, 1892.
Edltur TuiKsltooKTAEtKu:
Much interest centered in the aboyegame,
which was played at Fossil on Tuesday last,
April 5th, owing to the fact that Antelope
had, two weeks before, administered the
first drubbing that the club had ever re
ceived to the Fossil nine. Prior to the first
game the Fossil players had not practised
any, whilBt Antelope who sent the challenge
had. On this occisioo the Fossil players
felt confident of reversing the order of
things and Antelope felt equally confident
of scoring another win, and thus gaining
the championship by putting off two of the
three games arranged for. Both sides were
strongly backed by their favorites, and as
near as can be ascertained $1000 was np on
the game. It may interest some to know
that Fossil has played ten match names
since the clnb was organized and won nine
of them. Teams: Fossil Willie Hoover,
pitcher; Geo. Rose, catcher; Jas. Stewart,
shortstop; H. Stokes, 1st base; F. Royal,
21 base; C D. Barnard, 3d base; Mike
Dukek, r. field; Dr. Goddard, c. field; Ed.
Lipley, 1. field. Antelope Grant Mays,
pitcher; D. Dawson, catcher; W. Silver
tooth, s. s.; B Rogers, 1st b ; W. Gleason.
2d b.; Johnny Malone, 3d b.; N. Burgess
r. f.; F. Wallace, c. f.; Chancy Clark. 1. f.
Rain had fallen every day for two weeks
and all forenoon of the day on which the
game was played, but made no impression
on the hard-packed sandy ground, which
had been leveled and rolled, and was in the
pink of condition. The evening before the
game Pitcher Parker, the Eossil captain,
was taken down with la grippe and the Fos
sil boys tried to postpone the game for a
day, giving the rain as their reason, bnt
really hoping that their captain would then
be sufficiently recovered to enable him to
play. However, Antelope forced them out.
and the game commenced at 3 P. M., the
rain having nearly stopped by that time.
Grant Mays started the game by striking
three Fossil players, who were' probably a
little excited, out; two of them, however,
through the catcher's errors, succeeded in
reaching first and thence home. Fossil
went out on the first inning with three tal
lies to their credit. Antelope went in and
were whitewashed, and it was plainly seen
ere the second inning began that the strang
ers were not in it, those having pot up
money on them commencing to tremble.
The game was bnt a repetition ot the first
innings, the home nine having a complete
walk over. The Fossil boys knocked Pitcher
Mays all over the field, and compiled a
score of 42 for eight innings. The Antelope
players knocked Pitcher Hoover's balls
muchly, bnt he was throwing for flies, and
got them, too; it was, indeed, a treat to see
the boys gathering them in. A magnificent
fly knocked by Grant Mays was beautifully
taken by Ed. Tipley after a run of thirty
yards, for which Ed. received quite an ova
tion. Ed. also acquitted himself well at
the bat, scoring nine tallies, the highest
made. Antelope made a grand total of sev
en for nine innings, in three of which they
were whitewashed. They left the ground
pretty badly beaten lot of players, but they
say they are still in the ring, and are re
solved to make a much better showing in
the third game, which will come off about
the middle of May, on neutral pround, at
Senator Hilton's ranch, abont midway be
tween Fossil and Antelope,
The Fossil club is undoubtedly the better
team, and unless Antelope rustles around
and secures a number of good players from
outside sources to supplant several of their
present nine, the third game will be very
similar to tnat piayea on last luesaay. un
doubtedly we have a smart set of players in
Fossil, and are not a little proud of them,
and the boys know it; physically they are
probably as good aa any nine in Oregon, av
eraging, as tbey do, 180 pounds. With
one or two exceptions, the nine is the same
that beat Baker City and La Grande at The
Dalles last year, and by hard practice has
mnch improved since then. A. B. Lamb,
of Fossil, umpired the game to the satisfac
tion Ol all. MKBCHANT.
MAIER & BENTON,
8ueeeasorsto A. Bettingen
RETAILERS AN1JI0BBER3 IN
Id ware, Tn,W..kwir.
AND GRAKTTEWAKE
A complete line of Heutirur and Cook 8tove. Pumps.
ripe f lumDers ana oieam r in era auppues;
also a complete stock of Carpenter',
filsckamihs1 and Farm
to s Tools,
Awn QTTPTP TT A TJTlW A BV
O.J.1 U U1J.JJAJX, 1 1 n Mil IIJui-KOJ. I
'iiit-i. P.iminr n 1 -; n ri w.ll be done
on short notice.
SECOND ST., THE DALLES, OR
K8TABLIHHEO StQ YEARS.
KOSHIAND : BE0S,
Wool Merchants.
Sell od Commission, and Cash
Adrancet made.
Consignments : Solicited !
Wool Bags, Fleece and Sewing Twine vro-
vtaea oy us. aprZ-4mo
re
MRS. C. DAVIS, Prop..
Adjoining tbe Diamond Roller Mills, on
second- street.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS I
Tbe tables will b supplied with tbe
best tbe market affords. Lodging rooms
a p-stairs ior guests.
C. P. STEPHENS,
DEALER IN
Dry hii, Gents', fel:,
BATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SBOBS.
No 134 Second Street, next door east of The Dalles
National Bank..
Having lust onened In business, and having a full
assortment of the latest goods in my line, I desire a
share of the nublic natronam.
apr u. r. oicrtiro.
Andrew' Velarde,
HOUSE MOVER.
The Dalles.
Address; Lock Box 181.
FOR SALE.
A BAND Uf TWENTT BROKE HORSES, aver
jr- aging from 1100 to 1600 pouna. four as.res
and the
geldings inaee wm OS sola at
reasonable prices.
far terms apply ta
,T. J. DB1PP3.
Hartlaad. Wash: I
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constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
certable to the stomach, prompt in
its jw-tion and truly beneficial in its
effects, its many excellent qualitie?
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Manufactured only by the
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Legal Noticea.
Application, for Liquor License.
Falls Prscisct, )
Wasco County.
State of Orez-n )
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVES THAT I, ED
mond Burger n, of mid precinct and county,
will, on tbe 4th day of Mav, 1892, ipplv to the
Connty Court of the above-named county for a li
cense to Hell spirituous, malt and vinou., liquors in
less quantities than one jrailon.
Falls Precinct. Wasco Copntt,
State of Oregon.
To the Honorable County Court of the County of
Wasco, state of Oregon:
We, the undersigned residents and legal voters
of Falls precinct, countv and state aforesaid, do
hereby respectfully petiou and pray that said court
shall grant a license to Edmond Bergeron to sell spir
ituous, malt and vinous liquors in said Falls pre
cinct, in less quantities than one gallon, f t the
period of one year:
HAMBS
Dr O i Candiana
Nick Weber
Patri k McAlleny
T F Leve-'S
Thomas Joyce
Nicholas Smith
August Wilson
Chas Kussell
Thomas Bradder
Jame Steward
Thomas Johnaon
Paul Paulsen
F M Burn
J F Hendrix
August Peterson
GU9 Sand
Rudolf Schmidt
Chas Olson
J C Farvlew
Hans Weicxs
NAMES
Thomas Coyle
Joel W Doutbit
Thomas Myers
Johii O Brown
AJ KnighUy
Harry Gray
Erik Kelson
A Fieischbauer
Pat Walsh
Alex Watt
C W Fluke
J F Trana
H W Fitzgerald
Peter Trauo
H Fitzsimmons
Walter McDe.mott
P I L-llegard
0 Carrigau
1 M Kellikcr
Louis Gebhard
SUMMONS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE STATE OF
Oregon, for the County of Wasco.
Emma S. Turner, plaintiff,
vs.
William Turner, defendant.
To William Turner, defendant: In the namo of the
State of Oregon, yon are nerebv requited to appear
and answer the complaint filed against you i-t the
abnvp entitled Suit within ten davs froiu tDe date of
the service of this summons upon you, if seiyed
within thiB county; or if served within any -other
cyunty of this state, then within twenty days from
the date of the service of this summons upon you;
and if s.rved upon you by publication, then by tbe
first day of the next regular term of this court, to
wit: Monday, the 83d day ol May, 1892, the same
being the first day of the next regular term of this
court; an if you fan so to answer, ior want tnereoi,
the plaintiff will apply to tbe Court tor the relief de
manded therein, to-wit For a decree dis-olvin;
the bonds of matrimony now existing between yeu
and plaintiff, ana for the custody u tne minor child
Ol saia parues.
'This summons is published by order of the Hon.
W. L. brads haw. Judge of tbe Seventh Judicial Dis
trict of tbe State of Oregon, made at toe cnamoers at
Dalles City on the tstn day ol Apm, lsvz.
api9-td W. S. MYERS.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Administrator's Notice.
ATOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN THAT THE
anderngneJ has been duly appointed by ihe
County Court of the State of Oregon for Wasco
county, in pr -bate, administrator of the estate of
Harrison Coram,, deceaseu. All person having
claims against said estate are hereby required to
present them to me. with proper vouchers, at the
law offii-e of Condon at Condon, in Dalles City, Wasco
county, Oregon, within six months from the date of
this notice.
Dated April 2d, 1892.
J. W. CONDON.
Administrator of the eitate of Harrison Cor urn.
deceased. apriitd
COUfiTI TREASURER'S NOTICE.
All coui-ty warrants registered prior to
Nov. 14, 1888, wiil be paid if presented at
my omoe. Interest ceases from and after
this dete.
Tbe Dalles, April 6, 1892.
GE'JKGE EUCH.
4t Treasurer Wasco Couuty, Oregon,
NOTICE.
daRTies holding claims against the
JL undersigned
are notified to nresent them at ones
to him at the Columbia Candy Factory, and all those
Indented to him are requested to settle at the same
place, as he has soul out his businrss and wishes to
close Ins accounts. W. 8. CRAM.
The Dalles, April 6, 1S92. dw-'m
Notice to Tax-Payers,
CtTATE and Count) taxes become delinquent Apr
Tj 1st next. Tax-payers are hereby requested to
make payment and avufd going en tbe delinquent
list. UL UA l lS,
i21d w Sheriff and Tax-Colls t
Xisuad Notioes.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
- Laud Omu at Ths Daiass, Orboos,
ADril 1. 1XS2.
Notice is hereby given that the f jllowing-named
settler has filed notice of her inten lion to make final
of in support of her claim and that said proof will
maae oeiore tne retnster ana receiver at ine
Dalles, Or., on May 10, 1892, lis:
KATIE HEKKE,
Hd. 2568, for the 8W. Sec 12, Tp I N, R 12 E W M.
She names the following witnesses to prove her
eootinnous residence upon and cultivation ot said
ann, via:
George Liebe. J. A. Phirmin. J. Witle. W. Jordan.
au oi l ne iwiies, ur.
leois juhh w. LKW13, Register.
tfOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lakd Omnt at Ths Dalles, Or,
March 8, 1802.
Notice Is hereby giveu that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the Register and Receiver of thj
U. 8. Land Office at The Dalles, Or., on May 10,
1892, tut:
GEORGE W. STEWART,
Hd No. 2188) tor the 8W qr see 80,lTp 2 N, R IS
sx, w at.
lie names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said
land, viz:
Mormau McDonald, Wallace Semple, Alex Ander
son and Docite Heroux, all of The Dalles, Oregon.
mumz jutLN w Latvia, Register.
NOTICE TIMBER-CULTURE.
Lasd OmcB at Ths Dalles, Obb,
February 28. 1892.
Complaint having been entered at this office by
George Mcintosh against lhoms J. Hid, tor failure
to comply with 1 as to timber-culture entry. No.
1888, dated February 19, 1885, upon the Ht.. See
20, Ip 2 8, R 1 E W M, in WascO county, ( Iregon,
with a view to tin eenoellation it saia entry: con
testant alleging that said Thomas J. Hill bas not
planted any trees, seeds or cutt ogs on said tract of
land, or caused the same to be done, and that aid
failure still exists; the said parties are hereby sum
moned to appear at this office on the 16th day of
Am u, una, at iu o ciocs a. M., to respond and tur-
man testimony concerning saia auegea I allure.
menu juua w. u&wis. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lam Ornca at Ths Diu.es, Okssos,
Fetruary 2. 1894.
Notice is hereby liven that the foUowinir-named
settler has filed notice of her intention to make final
ppiof in support of her claim and that said proof
will be made before tbe register and receiver at The
Dalles, Or., on April 20, 1092, vis:
, MAKOARET M. KRAUSE,
widow of Ernst W. Krause. Hd No. 2911, tor the SW
54, Sec 20, Tp 2 N, K 16 E W M.
She names the- followins; witnesses to Drove her
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, vis:
Joseph SonthweQ. Andrew Linton. Tb mas Walsh
anu William Shelley, all of The Dalles, Or. -
enzv hi tin w Law is, register
ssesssssssesasss
: DOCTOR
MSssasa.ssaBsssssvBsssaj
Taase Oelebraesd KNSIXsn;
IACXERS
Pills are a Port tire Core for SMek;
malL alaas.S
PURE
PlstX
aat aaa a Caverlta wltat tacS
Udlea. Sold is Kngteaa (or lit!
lHd.. tn lieisaaforaasw Set
1 PILLS
r. a. Booau a oo
I aVssawar, Umw Tsra.
aaasasasea
8 s
PRINCIPAL 1
EAST, WEST,
NORTH and SOUTH
-AT
DALLES.
TOE
E. E. LYTLE,
Agfint
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM.
OCEA,
Portland to San FrnncUp.
To San Francisco Leaving; Steamship Wharf, Port
land, at 10 P M., aa follows:
Or-iron Feb 8, 28
Columbia Feb 12, 20
State Feb 16, 24
Bargage most be checked either at Ash St., during
the oay, or by the U. C. & B. Co. No uncheck d
baggage will be received on the steamers.
Kan Frauriaro to Portland.
To Portland Leaving Spear St. Wharf, San Francisco
at 10 A. M. as follows:
Columbia Feb 7,19
Stare Feb 11, 23
Oregon Feb 5, 27
The company reserve the right , to change steam
ers ot sailing datrs without further noiice.
For rates, tickets, beith reservations, etc , call O"
ur address any ticket agent of the Union Pacific sy
tem.
C. S. MELI.EN. T. W. LEE.
Gen. Traffic Mana er. Gen. Pass. At.
FROM TERMINAL OR INTERIOR POINTS
Northern Pac
KAILROAD
Is the line tojtake
TO ALL POINTS EAST. AND OOTiS
It is the Dining Car Route. It runs Thr .uuh Vov
tibuled Trains fctery Day in the yer to
ST. PAUL and CHICAGO.
(NO CHANGE OF CARS.)
Compu ed of Dining Cars unsurpassed. ullman
Drawing-room Sleepers of Lati-et
Equipment.
TOURIST'S SLEEPING CARS.
Best that can bj constructed, and in which accou;
modationo a'e both Free and r urniahe 1
for holders of First or t'e-xnid-ciuss
Tickets, and
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
A Continuous Line, Connectiii? with
All Lines, Afforqing Direct and
Uninterrupted Service.
Pullman Fleeper reservations can be secured in."ad
yance through any agent of the road. .
lJiliUUllil lll AiilO points in America.
England and Europe can be purchased at any ticket
office or tne company.
Vnll Information concerning ratos. time of trains,
routes and other details furnished on ar plication t o
anyagen or
A. D. CHARLTON,
Ass't General Passenger Ast,
No. 121 First 8t, Cor. Wa,h.,
PORTLAND. OtEGON
EverythirjR in tbe Hoe of
SCHOOL BOOKS and STATIONERY
AND FINK FRENCH CANDIES,
cast n rotnn at
NOLAN '3 POSTOFFICE STORE,
SECOND 8TUEET.
THE TRUE BLUE
Second Street, next door to tbe
1 Red Front Grocery Store.
RBMOHTEtt
Finn Us. Tokto
h
AND CONFECTIONERY.
The celebrated Hoffman, General Arthur and Schil
ler cigars on aale
THE DALLES, ' -
OREGON
h De Lyle's Empormm,
114 SECOND STREET.
H FULL ASSORTMENT
OF BVBETTHIHO raj
HATS, BONNETS AND TRIMMINGS
AIRS. A. SCHOOLING, Manager.
A Souvenir Thimble Free.
ANT LADY sending at once the nimes and ad
dress of ten married ladv ft lends or house
keepers to whom we can send sample copies of the
most manning uiustrateo lamer newspaper pub
lished to-aav, will receive an elegant solid s Iver sou
venir thimble. The "Ladies' Pictorial Weekly" is
the handsomest and most entertaining publication
of its class and ia becoming universally popular with
intelligent ladies in both Canada and tbe United
States. Ik contains sixteen larire Daires. same size
as "Harper s bazaar" most Droluseiv illustrated.
and comes each week at only iti a year. If you de
sire a souvenir thimble sena names of those rou
think would be interested in the "Ladies Weekly"
and enclose fifteen U. S. 2 -cent ttamps to cover ex
penses of mailing, etc. Forward to-day. Address
"Ladies' Pictorial Weekly," Canada Life Building,
o ooto, kjmx. dvzbw
The Dalles Resfeurant
MRS. A. JONES. Prop.
Adjoining Byrne, Floyd A Co.'s d ng store.
The 'tables are supplied witb the best tbe
market attoras.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Nnno but white help employed.
DRESS MAKING.
rpHOBE DESIRING DRESSES MADK AT THEIR
wcrk bj addrcMing uia nndanienea wrmiirn txe
poofflce. . , MRS. M. AIKEN.
sntmiu-aiJaW
Ask ap t,-(N for W. L Douslas Shews.
If not hoi M.le in yon. place ask year
dealer to s?nl for catalogoe, secure the
agency, and get them for yon.
0-T5.E NO .iLBSTITO'A'S-l
WHY IS THE
W. L, DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE CENfPfrVt EN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread
to hurt the feet; made of the best fine calf, stylish
and easy, and because toe make torv shoes of this
grade than any other manufacturer, It equal! hand
sewed shoes costing from $4.00 to $5.00.
BS OO Gennioe Hand-sewed, the finest calf
J93 shoe ever offered for $5.00; equals French
Imported shoes which cost from $8.00 to $12.00.
OA OO Hand-Sewed Welt 8 hoe, fine calf,
P stylish, comfortable and durable. The best
shoe ever offered at this price ; same grade as custom-made
shoes costing from $6.00 to $9.00.
50 Police 8hoe Farmers, Railroad Men
P w and Letter Carrlei sail wear them; fine calf,
setunss, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten
sion edge. One pair will wear a year. .
CO "ne calf; no better shoe ever offered at
3 this price ; one trial will convince those
who want a shoe for comfort and service.
4CO 5 and $'2.00 Workinsman's shoes
SSMsmm are very strong and durable. Those who
have given them a trial will wear no other make.
nnVC 8-2.00 and $1.75 school shoes are
UUl 9 worn by tbe boys everywhere; they sell
on their merits, as tbe Increasing sales show.
1 fri :AC 3.00 IInnd-fewed shoe, best
LdUlvO Dongola, very stylish; equals Frenct
Imported shoes costing from $4.U0 to $&0U.
Ladies' 2.50. 32.00 and 81.75 shoe for
Hisses are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable.
Caution. See that W. L. Douglas name ana
Drice are stamped on the bottom of each shoe.
, W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton. Mass.
J. FREIMAN, AGENT, THE DALLES
ur ftflMed his Opportunity! IfOXT Aim
lir. ToumtKeader. Tu majority neglect thir op
portunities, and from that eause liv in poverty and die in
obscurity! Harrowing despair is the lot of many, as they
Irwik hnk nn InfltL forever lost, onoortunitv. Lite la 1
inl Rattoh Mnt Rm nn and dainr. ItiiOFOVevoaronDOlta-
niiy, and secure profinerity, prominence, peace. Itwai said
by a philosopher, that "ths Goddeis of Fortune offers a
roldeit opportunity to each person at some period of life;
uiuunice tbe chance, and sheponrs ont lior riches; fail to do
so and she departs, ntrer to return." IIow shull yon find
UieciJt-Dicif opportanltrt Investigate every chance that
jmper.rs worthy, and of fair prom i. o; that is what all sae
c : lulmentlo. Ilore is an opportunity, snch at is not often
within the reach ot laboring people. Improved, it will give,
ntloavt, acraurt start in life. The golih: opportunity for
many is here. AIony to be made rapidly and honorably
by nny indnstriona person of either sex. All aes. Yon can
do tbo work and live at home, wherever yon are. Even be
ginners are en-ily earning from to SIO per day. Yon
can do at well if von will work, not too hard, but industri
ori'Iy ; and you can increase yonr income aa you fronn. Yon
can frive spare time only, or all yonr time to the work. Easy
to learn. Capital not required. We start von. AUiseom
purniively new and really wonderful, w e instruct and
show yon how, free Failure unknown among our work
er No room tn explain here. Write and learn all tVee.
bvvoinrn in ail. Unwise to delay. Address at once. It
Uollett fe Co. Bex SttO Portland. Maine
ARESTRinr
"First Clam
Tka 1
Fastest ana Ftaest hi tie Wsrld.
lI.iuMn..MnmNl.ltnill tliumlled.
IEW T0BK LONDONDERRY AND 6USB0W,
' VOfW HsitTTTi1rv.
NEW YORK, GIB HALTER and NAPLKS,
Atrefraiar intervals.
S&LOON, SECOND-CLASS AND STEERABE
rates on lowest terms to and from the principle
SOOTCH, KTOLISH, IBISB ALL MINTS-
ImniilMitMnta .v.jl.hl. to rM-Tim bT either the PlO
tnieaane Olrda ft North of Ireland or Naples ft Gibraltar
Drafts las Moat, (Man for Abt iaotst at lowest Bates,
Apply to any of onr local Agents or to
HENDalKSON BROTHERS, Chicago, 111.
AGENTS WANTED Apply to T. A. HUDSON,
General Agenl, the Ualles. Or. jinii-92
LOUIS PAYETTE,
(Successor to Payette ijFriena.)
THE LEADING
BLACKSMITH I
AND WAGON-MAKER,
Corner Second and Madison Sts.
All work work in. iron or wood done In the neatest
manner. Anything In the wagon line, from
a wheelbarrow to an omnious, made
or repaired.
Horse-Shoeing a Specialty.
Plows and machinery repaired
ul and workmanlike manner.
in the most skill
mch21dw Merchant Tailor,
No. 77 Second St.
Suits Made to Order,
AND FITS GUARANTEED.
Orders taken for an Eastern house tor ail kinds of
suits. Call and examine goods. mch28-tf
W. ADAMS,
TheArtisticStioeiuaker
Is now located at
77 Second Street,
to Schutx Justice Office.
ftDaIrinar a fADeelatCr. He has sived some
ol his best leather out of the fire and will make the
neatest boot or shoe of anyone in tbe citv.
ciwirwiii,
Cured Hams and Bacon 'Dried i
and Tongues
And the best.. Beefsteaks, Mutton Chops and Teal
;uuete in ine maraer
ORDERS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF CITY
fafcv-Fresh Vegetables on Sale at the Lowest Prices.
jenasw
JAS. FERGUSON,
1
Goods hauled with tbe greatest care to all
parts of the city on abort notice.
AttentionSheep Men.
T HAE ABOUT 600 POUNDS OF TOBACC
J. Stems, hi3h are excellent for sheep dip or for
cieaoMiift came oi Termin. wmt-n i win seii coeap.
ror wrniB mppiy u ice iiuies viirsx twiorj.
mcntZ A t-JLL.rUJU s SUA.
FOR SALE.
IX HEAD OP WORK HORcEn, from five to
eight years old. in troo i ooDdition. Will s.ll for
cah, or trade Borne of them for sUihon.
C. KOEHLER.
Nansene, Or., Feb. 13, 1892.
fciHiil little r'trtuisP-hari'Kvviin)ftf ct
work fur n, liv Attn Airr
IVxan, bhi) Jtio. Hi -nti. Tolrtli.. :
cut. Olli'-rmniJninpaVi wIL W l.y
.ni viHir nmti r-am ower -svj. (N m
lutonth. Trttt miMlo ibtj work Mxl lire
nt uoni. wifrrsr vn nrai. Kve- b."-
rfnnen are moilv eaminsr from fiL to
lOaday. Alleg'Vs. U'c ahtrw yon ttrnv
and start you. c iq work In MNr tlm
or all l If tine. Hir moovr (tor ta n
era. Fallnra anknonn amonpr fhm.
r r T anu wottnnriti. inrtfi it ur ncta.
tt Bos 8 0 t.rt ni,MatJc
f T. . vear fa bs-ltsar mm,t hv Int-t. t
GoiHjtrhi.Troy.N.Y.Jt wurk fur aa. Under.
you may not maite aa mmb, but wo can
irteu yiaqiJlcliiy Haw tuiiin ftota (
IO a day at the alart, and mott as yon rr
on. Bulh aeiea, all aa-ea. Iu aa part of
America, you can ooniiuence at bume, gi
tijr jll your Utneur aiaara moenenu onlv to
cTry wancr. e atari ym, nrniablni
orerytbinK. EA8II.V, 81'ES.IHLV learned
R.SON A CO.. I'Oim.M.. f .
S3000:
A TEA Tt , 1 un1rfaketobrffl
I teach aur taJrlj intclllf nl p-ioa of either
mi. who Nn raa and writs), ajrd wImv
I after instrortion, will work iDdawrioaaiT,
FhowtA earn ThrM TsstMTsjad Dallas
Tear In tbezlrowaj ril i ties, rhrrrrrt bay UraJ will teoforel-a.
tbe aitmUon or em p loj meatt which josacmn earn thatajnoamx.
No moaer for trie unlrea aoeeeaaful aa abore, Kaallyand quickj
leeroesi. 1 deaire but ooe worker froea eecta district or eountT. r
aamre aireaav laugni ana pronara wksn rnipio-rorax a tam
iwmnwr. wpo are marine; orer ww a year ear, uinjji w
no buli E. ruu iraeBun kTJUKK. i
Ifia Ve Attn. eVwike Aw
"5
Genera
Expressman !
H9H
"W e are Jill In It"
WM. BUTLEB & CO.,
Lumber Dealers.
rt'e have added to our business the following lines,
and will not be undersold.
Lime, Plaster, flair, Cement,
BUILDING PAPER.
And will furnish anything in the line of
Building Material.
A liberal discount to the trade in anything
we handle. Our stock is all fresh.
Front Street, Corn9r of Jeffarson.
THE DALLES
Cigar Factory,
FACTORY NO. 105.
niAPQ of tne Best Brands manufact
01 vfinO ured. and ordeas from all pait
of tbe country filled on the shortest notice.
The reputation of THE DALLES CIGAR
has become firmly established, and the de
mand for the home manufactcaed article is
increasing eyery day.
dec24dv-tf A. ULRICH & SON.
Nortliwiyi C r.jSecondJaid Washington St..
Si
1 1 lis
t i crto 10: te Hu.li.
The Cheapest TMace
IX tits dau.kspor
All Kinds of Groceries.
FLOUR, ORAIJJ, WILLOW WARE, ETC.
We respectfully solicit share of tbe I ublic pat-
ronafre, and i-&;1 endeavor to frive entire aatafac-
tion to our customer botn old and new.
PAUL KREFT & CO
DEALERS IN
Paints, Oi&(te
And the Most Complete and Latest
Patterns and Lesigiw iu
Practical Pointers and Paper Hanirers. None but
tbe best I rands of the Sherwin-Williams P vint used
iu all our work, and none but the most skilled
workmen employed. All orders will be promptly
attended t".
Shop adjoining Red Front Grocery,
THIRD STREET, THE DArf.eA.
Sai ST'
71
Always on handthi
Best Wines,
Liquors,
and Cigars.
A Pleasant Evening Resort
Columbia Brewery and Imported Lager Beet
Mcdonald bros., : propr:&
HILL, O'MALLEY & CO.
THE LEASING
Architects and Builder s
.Office inJSkibbe's Brick,
THE DALLES, v OREGON
Will take contracts and furnish plum an d spoctfi ;
cations (or all builuiritja.framti
DficK or ho ne.
te rials rainjsoed i( needed
octS
P. W. BOLD,'
HI i I Iff If I I
Sr
BLACKSMITHINC OF ALL KINDS DONE NEATLY
AND CHEAPLY.
WOOD-WORK of all kinds, repairing; and making
affyuuntr, irom a wnecinarrow to a carnafre.
RSE-SH0EING A SECULTY
m 61-w
L. P. OSTLUND
(infractor and Builder
I will furnish drafts and estimates on all buildings.
dwellings and stores-
Mr. Ostlund is a practical mechanic, and thelplaas
drafted by bim will prove artistic, cheap anddura-
ble.
T.A.VanNorden,
TUB LEADING
WATCHMAKER
C!PE(5IAL ATTENTION PAID TO REPAIRING
O f rme Watches. Mr. Van Aorden bae adopted ;
a sysi m ox repairing- oy wnicn oia eiocas. appar
enuy worn out, may De maae Mtr.ceaoie for year
108 SECOND STREET IHE DALLES, Or.
W.T.WISEMAN
Successor to J. H. McDonough fc C. )
DKALKK IM
Ch0ice!ic?OaJLiqu0rs'
None bat the best brsndi of Liquors and
Cigars on sale. Temperance drinks of all
kinds. Corner of Court and second streets,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
G. NOWAK.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Plans and irLtncatios tor building fur-
niHhed. Will do a'l Ainds of excav&tiD !
and eradinifs
AU ordernahOQid be left at poetothc box
nov!3
H Ch1tkt-atcr'a Eallah DtMiaw' BrtUieV
rEriflYROYAL PILLS
"yelX mmmm rHilvhaal LAOICK kflk i
Drajtclat lar Chickfrs aTnyii iHav
saWlrea. la Hsnal aAti Gold aMUUie
aeaied wtta blae ribbe. Tak
Horn, and Itll.ftim. At DrglMI. 9t mm4 4a.
KlsT aW Levies." Utur. br f
iiamamUrVh essassl fw , M s ilywi I
mall. M9.WWW TMnwiiw. mam
PIOIEEB
GROCERY
User
aSh
THE DALLES
DULY AND WEEKLY.'
The only
Republican Paper
In the County
Largest Circulation
And best
Advertising Medium
In the
Inland Empire
Best Equipped Job Office
In the City
A
FEEE
TO THE
TRIP
WORLD'S FAIR
Commencing May 1, 1893
The History Company, of San Francisco, Cal.,
(capital stock S5O0.0O0) the oldest and larfrest pub
lishing house on the Pacific coast, this day announce
tnat mey win give, atwoiutety free, a ticket to tnr
World's Fair and return, including- meals en routr
one week (7 days), hotel accommodations, six admis
sion tickets to tne exposition grounds, two ticket
- to leedinir Chicaaro theaters, and such other nrivi
leges as msy ln-ure a pleaaaut trip to deserving per
sons wao comply withtheir requirements.
NOTICE.
Those desiring- to go to the' World's Fair andwho
eouia not utnerwlse 00 so, can editress OS at once for
full particulars. This oiler does not apply to per
sona of means who ae in a position to meet the ex
pense of sueh a trip themselves, but to enterprising
and iutellig nt young; men an 1 women who can ap
preciate such an opportunity and make the met of
it. Teachers, clergymen, students, farmers' bright
sons ana oaugnu-rs in fact any and au possessing.
energy, enterprise ana cnuactor wui n eligible, .,
THE CHASCE OK A LIFB-TIJIK.
Every yonug man or woman who desires to go to
i nicngosna see tne wonders or me creates eiiun-
ition the world has ever ki.own.sbonld address aa
at once. Sueh an opportunith is rarely offered, and
the trip will be tbe event of a lifetime to those who
go. .Address
THE HISTORY COMPANY,
TUS BISTORT SUIUHKO,
No. 72S MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
-'XT-llS-
GEEMMIA,
CHAS. STUBLUrajProp.
FOR THE. PRESENT AT
SO Second Street.
Wines; Liquors and Cip.
All brands f Imported Lrauors, Ale and Porter.bui
senuine Key West Cigars. A full line of
CALIFORNIA WINES & BRANDIES.
Milwaukee Beer on Draught.
TEATHERBONE is made from OTIlnjJ.
nature's own toughest material, best wtitpa made for
ins pnos, unesp, unraoie, all, milk.i
pnees, aat four dealer ior a
FEATHEfiBOHE.
yOB 8A.3 -n By
HENRY KUCK,
The Dalles, Or.
nvvn, - lie uaucoi wi .
Mission : oardehs i
ALL VARIETIES OF GREEN HOUSE FLOWERS
and Plants fron: the garoens on aale at C
Lauera Orders will receive prompt attention.
apre-d) A. N. VAKNEY, atauwer.
House and Lot For Sale.
Situated near tbe Catholic church on
Fourth fctreet For terms apply at tats
F
office. nich30dwlm '
FOR WHIPS
k 25a 50o.
KmW ?i.oo $i.2$
CASCADE LOCKS
. THE ORIGINAL TOWNSITE OF CASCADE LOCKS
' 1 i
NOW ON THE MARKET
LOTS SELLING
The building of tbe Portage Railroad at this point will make Cascade
Locks a very thriving town ia the future. Parties desirous cf investing at
that point will be furnished with maps and price list by applying to
BRADFORD & CASTELLOE,
110 Second St., Portland, Oregon,
Or Dk. LEAVENS, at Cascade Locks.
IXUURPUATEI) 1MM.
THE DALLES LUMBERING COMPANY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Bit il ding- laterial and
DRY-
FIR, I JIN
OAK and SLAli
PROMPT DELIVERY TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.
Offlee Km 97 W htnsitosi Mt.
VAUGHAN'S " GARDENING ILLUSTRATED"
For 189a ia a beautiful book of one hundred pages, elegantly printed,
with true Photo-Engravings. Colored Plates and plain, reasonable
descriptions of all subjects indicated by its name. It is a Mirror ot
American Horticulture to date reflecting tbe ery complete supply
of Seeds, Plants and Flowers ol our Stores and Greenhouses.
W IX TISU TUB WHOLE (STORY -fc
tor the Garden, Laws and Farm with all additions to date.
Por 94c. (11 s-cent stamps) we mail one bulb each Jacobtan Scarlet
Lily and new Tuberous Boni. Our BOOK with each of these offers.
- For 40c. we mail one plant Grand Chrysanthemum Wabati. (see cut)
the sensation of this season's Sower shows, mammoth pink Bowers tea
WASAH CHKTSAirTHUiUM.
mom in autmrter. mention tbis rm. writs now.
A inUAM'C CCCn CTrlDr a-la West
vst ion w WbIW ai Willis wsaniasroei sc
If flavor, purify, mild-
ne$3 and aroma have
..it -ii . .
no wemnr wirn you
elecfin mohin to
baccos, why not mohe
cabbade leaves or, brown
paper ? I you appreciate
quality you will ask for
MASTIFF SS'
fJi.PXr TOBACCO 0, RICMM0MD.VA.',
Butler's Book.
1,000 APGE
1 0 to SOO ORIGINAL ENORA VINOS,
ELEGANT BINDINGS,
PUBLISHED IM S LANGUA E9,
POPULAR PRICES.
First Edition, :-: 100.000 Copies.
THS OSLT AUTBBKTI0 SOU ST
GEN. BENJAMIN E. BUTLER.
Fxclusire territory and liberal terms riven to re
liable sire its. Accompany application for territory
with ti for prospectus,
THE J. DEWING CO.,
oct2 8aa Francisco. Cal.
J. H. IARSEN,
Dealer in all kinds of
Hay, Grain and Feed,
At his old stand, Second street.
HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE.
Tne highest Cash Price paid for Sheep pelts.
3600 HEHD,
To be delivered after shearing.
. Apply to
JAS. II. FRASEK,
M0NKLAND, OREGON.
COAL! COAL!
-THE BE8T-
Wellington Rock Sprins,
and Roslyn Coal
112, tacked and delivered to an j part Ot
tbe city.
At Moody's Warehouse.
SKIBBE HOTEL
F. W. L. SKIBBE, Prop.
The Only Brick Hotel
DT THE CITY
BEST DOLLAR A DAT HOUSE In the North
west. This building has been refitted ainoe the
Are of September 2d, and the rooms art Am-class
in every particular. The table at supplied with the
best tbe market affords.
Tbe oar in connection with the hotel is supplied
with the higher trade of Wines, Liquors ann In-
ported and Domestic Cigars.
Jans-w
CEDAR POSTS.
THE UNDERSIGNED CAN FURNISH MEDIUM
and Larire plit Cedar Poets, 6 feet Ions', de
livered on cars or boat in East Portland, for 7 and
cents each. Eastern regon and Washington pas
ties are pleased with them. We prefer buyers
should hare them inspected before the posts aro
shipped. Address
UIVMlBbni lAHSfAlf I,
E. QtucaBKSOBH. Pre
Jan29-dw Drawer 22, Portland, Or.
SHEEP FOB SALE,
Three thousand Fine Graded
Bred Ewes and 3000 Yearlings
Kerr & Buckley.
Grass Valley, Or. .
$10 REWARD.
IOST OR STOLE! from mjr farm near Kimrslsy,
J Ornron. about Itaroh 8. I8WL a dark brown
horse, with small star in face and branded with tbe
letter R K connected on left shoulder. I will nar
the above rewarti for any Information leading to the
recovery of the above animal.
aBS, JUHfl HULTUN,
wrt Kingaiev, Jr
VERY RAPIDLY.
and Manufacturers of
Dimension Timber
IS,
WOOD
Yard at Old Ctaveraaiesit Barrarsia
SHEEP
FOR
ALE
CHICAGO.

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