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SATURDAY.:.. .APRIL 23, 1892 POLITICAL TREACHERY. The proselyte in religion is always the most earnest and untiring in his endeavors to propagate the new faith, and this is true of the mugwump in ' politics. He ho was the bitterest op ponent of Democracy, after he has "changed basert,generally has some re- - coarse to what he considers the prim itive principles of the Republican 'party; but it is frequently the case ' that he ia manufacturing & screen to ' hide his own treachery. If we are not ; mistaken, Senator Palmer, of Illinois, . was formerly a firm adherent to tbe - doctrines held by Lincoln and Seward; ' " but of late years he has drilled with - the Democratic party, and is attempt ' ing to prove his consistency by distort ing facts. . In his speech in the senate he said that, "In 1860, when the Re publican party was organized, it was not a protective tariff party." The Republican party was organized in 1856, when John C. Fremont headed , the'ticket; but excusing the senator for this slight lapse of his memory, we .'would call his attention to the twelfth resolution of the platform adopted by the national convention, which met in c Chicago in 1860, the year in which he states the party was organized: Resolved, Tht while providing revenue for the support of the general government by duties upon imports, sound policy re quires such an adjustment of these imports as to encourage the development of tbe in dustrial interests of the whole country; and . we commend that policy of national ex- '.. changes, which secures to the workingmen ' liberal wages, to agriculture remunerating ' prises, to mechanics and mannfacsurers an adequate reward for their skill, labor and enterprise, and to tbe nation commercial ; prosperity and independence. . -'This has been the policy upon which , . the party has stood ever since 1860, and judging by the success which has ' resulted from the tariff, it will be the . policy for many years to come. States commissioner of labor, shows by ' the census reports that the south has ". made rapid progress in industrial de- - veloDment in the last len yearsi The cotton mills increased in number from - one i hundred and sixty -one in 1880 V to. 'three . hundred and thirty- four in 1890; r the .spindles from ' 500,000 in 1880 to 2,000,000 in. 1890; and the value of products from $16,- 000.000 in 1880 to $54,000,000 in leau. i .During tne same period ine - capital -invested in woolen manufac ; tore increased ' from $4,000,000 to $10,000,000. In 1880 the banking capital of the south was ya.uuu.uuu; in 1890 it -was $171,000,000. The total capital invested in manufactures rose from 'J 7a.uuu.uuu in ibbu to ' $551,000,000 ' in- 1890. J As is weU - said by an exchange,' while he south , has prospered under the policy of pro- taction its representatives in congress are continually voting to strike down ' that policy. Do the southern congress; men truly represent the tariff sentl ' - menti of the south! Is it not true that the free -traders are using the old cry ' of negro, supremacy simply .to hold the ( people of the south in chains to the party of free trade when they really believe . in protection to American in . dustries. ' ' : .Our .Washington exchanges are truthfully claiming that their state has an equal interest in an open river with Oregon.' This is unquestioned aha --f - f Via mot wir.t, ifa tributaries, drain . the entire Inland Emnire. and havinsr cheaD water f J . ; ' transportation to seabord would bene fit the producers of Idaho, Washing ton ana vreeon. xnere is no meaHs bf reaching seaboard by producers east : of the Cascade mountains , in these three states, by water communica tion, except by the Columbia, which is the creat arterv of commerce for the large wheat growing belt of the north wes , It is not Oregon alone that is of the Colombia; but Washington and Idaho, and the appropriations by con gress for this object should be credited to the great states forming the richest portion 'of the Pacific coast. Congregational Ohnioh, Address by Major 6. W. Iogalls, of Fort' - land, Oregon, at the laying of the corner stone ot The Dalles, Oregon, Congregational church April 12, 1892: ' v ; The Dalles Congregational church was or ganized Thursday evening, August 17, 1859, at the residence of Rev. W. A. Teflney, a nm'utinn. Thft fnllnwinc TlAranna Mlmnnap1 the first church organization: Rev. W. A, . Tenney and. wife, now in California; Mr. E. S. Soslyn and wife, Colorado Springs; . S, -. Pennfield, Canyon City, Oregon: W. B. Stillwell, Tillamook, Oregon; Mrs. C. Don nell, The Dalles; Mr. Zellk Doanell and ' Mrs. Grey. Think of tbe nine members all but Mr. Zelik Donnell are now living. ' The Sunday school was organized with sixteen members.. The officcers were; Superintendent, W. A. Tenney; chorister, ' Zelik Donnel, Mrs. A. W. Tenney. The onlv one of the first teachers who have died is Hon. Zelik DonnelL The scholars were: E. B. McFarland, now of Portland; W. A. ' McFarland, Seattle; Ed. Bishop, Heppner; Dr. Hugh .Logan, The Dalles; Thos. Con nelL Portland: Will C. Moody and Sarah Moody, one now alive; Emma Joker, Yam. bill county; Sophia Bishop, Pendleton; Ella . Caleb, Antelope. Alice McFarland-Abrams, Ellensburgh; Maggie Connell; Orville Don. IT TT7-..V. . Tnln IWn.lL6.rniuMi The Dalles; INanme MCAulitt, walla walla. All alive but two of this first class. We see the effect of our climate and habits Illus trated fn thiB preservation ot life. Of the oldest members now living in The Dalles are Mrs C. DonnelL, who united with tbe church in 1859; Mrs. S. L. Brooks in 1862; Mrs. E, M. Wilson in 1863; Mr. S. L. Brooks 1864. . Out of this church has grown one at White Salmon, Wash.; one at Lyle, Wash.; one at Fairview, Oregon. And tbe follow ing Sunday schools have grown out Of this: one at Canyon City, Prineville, Arlington, Antelope, Eight Mile and Fairview. . This church never received a dollar from the Home Mission Board for building purposes. In 1877 it cut loose from the American Mis sionary Society's aid, and for the past fif- ( teen years has been self sustaining. The first church building, 60x30, of rough floors and benches was partially completed at a cost of $1000, and occupied for the first time in January, 1863. Prior te this the church had held its meetings over the old l'ail in the court house. In the year 1SS8 the church building was destroyed by fire. In January, 1890, a new edifice.costing $12, 000, was completed and dedicated. In 1891 the new edifice was entirely destroyed by fire, as was nearly one-half of the city of Tbe Dalles, many of the members of the church loosing their homes. Nobly have these members rallied again to rear a church home even before providing residences for themselves. Christian friends and fellow citizens, the first fourteen years of my life, was under Congregational church training. My father and mother were members of old Park St. Church,. Boston. My feelings are, therefore, very tender towards this church, and in its meetings and associations I al ways feel at home. Its congregational form of government is like that of the Baptists. It is the only form of church government that permits a man to be a Christian and nothing else. As one has truthfully said: "The things to be gloried in were not the institutions of the Congregational church so nuchas her ideas and ideals; not so much what she has achieved as the , spirit of life she has breathed into the life of hu manity. The spirit of the past is larger than any of the institutions she has created. Puritanism, the grandfather, so to speak, of Congregationalism, was more anxious to preserve ihe past than to win a golden future. The viotories of Congregationalism were those ot the Pilgrim spirit. Puritan ism" puts iron into the blood; pilgrimism supplied tbe magnetism. The Puritan oc cupied himself in trying to keep himself right; the Pilgrim went forth to create a nation." Touched.- with trfe fire of the Holy Ghost the Pilgrim was filled with the ambition of conquering the world for Im manuel. Out of these ideas have grown the great missionary enterprises . of your church In foreign lands, among the Freed- men in the south, the Indians in tbe west. among the destitute of onr own people throughout the United States, and the great Northwestern Educational Society's . work in the new states and territories, which grand work I can bear testi mony to as among the greatest work of all denominations. What our country needs to-day is to respect in every man the" image of God, help him to the highest development of the life God has given him. Along this line is tbe guiding principle to be found in the proper settle. ment of the relations of labor and capital. Tbe question between employer and toiler is not one of dollars and cents merely. The sacred element of personality enters into it. ine workman isa brother man, not a ma chine and to be so treated. The supreme valne of every soul and the possibility and duty ot making it perfect in the image of God) is tbe master motive in all missionary and philanthropio effort. To meet the universal yearning after a truer broterhood we, must in our daily lives present Christ to men as a loving, divine and human tender hearted reality loving as He did the image of God in the individual man. ' It behooves our Congregational church to make more of its distinctive denominational polity and to labor for its own institutions. It should as pire to be the peoples' ism. In tbe past it has, like all our churches, neglected the masses. Let us reach down and lift them up. The strength of the coming church will lie in its sympathy with the common people. Any church that is not a people's church is not Christ's church. "ind the poor yon have with yon alway." The ruling motive force of fraternity is love; it is the nature of Christian loye to help the most helpless, the deformed in body, the feeble-minded, the moral refuse of society, for whom none care. Jesus gathered around him the weakest,- the lowest, the publicans and harlots, the social ..outcasts, the no bodies of' Hia time, according to the pre vailing standards of the world. . The whole ministry of Christ was a ministry of love to all the sinful sorrowing lost sons of men He was moved with compassion for tbe mul titude because be saw them in "in distress, scattered abroad, as haying no shepherd," living mean, ignoble, wicked lives, ignorant of God and the place which they occupy in His infinite heart, with latent spiritual powers, capable of development, with solemn responsibilities of metal agents, with features of the divine image not yet wholly effacedandthatmight.be restored. How strongly did He urge by word and deed, in life and death, tbe duty of self-sacrificing love for men, not merely for the souls of men, but for men, women and children in all the relations of life; and how impressive ly, did He emphasize, in the sublime pro gramme of the judgment day, the decisive importance of deeds of love and mercy. "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of tbe least of these my brethren ye have done it unto me." Oh brethren! do we not bear the Lord calling unto us who profess His name, to work for tbe uplifting of our fellow men, to tbe saving of their souls. Let us do it by example in our daily life; by our touch with them, by a practical sympa thy with them in all our relations. Giving something for those out of Christ to see, to take hold of and to be blessed in, : My text is, "If so be ye have tasted that the Lord is. gracious to whom coming as unto a living stone, disallowed indeed of men bnt chosen of God and precious," "Ye also, as lively stones,, are built up a spirit ual house, an holy priesthood,' acceptable unto God by Jesus Christ." "Behold I lay in ion a cniei corner stone elect, prec ious; and I say unto you that ho that be lieveth on him shall not be confounded, or ashamed. Unto you which believe He is precious.' Oh how precious 1 He 'is the chiefest among ten thousand, the one alto gether lovely, the bright and morning star. Is he as precious to yam my tnends of the mystic tie (!) or others who are "present here to-day? If not, let us square our lives by His teachings, making him onr perfect exampler in all things, "the man of our counsel." If we can say this friends and brethren then will we be able to sing I lova thy kingdom Lord Tbe bouse of thine abode The Church our blest Redeemer, saved ' With His own precious blood. For her my tears shall fall For her my prayers ascend For ner my cares and toils be given Till toils and cares shall end. t ' Beyond my fu'ghest Joy I prize her Heavenly ways. Her sweet communion solemn vows' Her hymns, of love and praise. Sure as thy truth shall last, . To Ztoo shall be given . . v ' The brightest glories earth can yield And brightest bliss in Heaven. ' And also with inspiring faith to say . How firm a foundation Te saints of the Lord, Is laid for your faith In bis SKcellent word. What more can he say Than to yon he hath said; . To you who for refuge To Jesus hath fled. When through the deep waters I call thee to go, Tbe rivers of sorrow shall not overflow, . For I will be with thee thy trouble to bless And sanctify to thee thy deepest distress. .. The Ladies DellgHted. The pleasing effect and tbe perfect safety whichj ladies may use tbe liquid trait laxative, Syrap of Figs, ncder all conditions, make it tbeir favorite remedy. it is pieasiDjr to tbe eye ana to tne taste. gentle, yet effectual in acting on tbe kid neys, liver ana Dowels. Baeatlea Aruea Halve. ' The best salve in the world for outs bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevei sores, tetter, chapped nana, cailblains corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required, it is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Saipes ft Kinersly, GBAJTT C0THTTT. Items From tbe Columns Janyon City News. of the 'Arrangements are talked of whereby the mail from Heppner to Canyon City will be carried through in twenty-four hours. They will have to do better than they have done in the past if they get it here at all. Mr. Wm. Farre, who returned from Mai hear some days ago, informs this think foundry that grass on Malheur's ranges is fine, and that during the past winter there has been no loss of stock whatever. While" the siwaahes are in jail costing Grant county a considerable sum each week, is the reservat ion agent still drawing their rations from the government? We pause for a reply, and failing to hear one, presume that be is. If Grant county's resources could at once be used to liquidate some of her outstand ing accounts it would be well. When Har ney and Lake redeem tbeir warrants our county will have some coin. But just now all we have is "resources." The po8toffice which was about to be es tablished on lower Trout creek has been given up, and the location changed to Win termier's in Silvies vallev. This will be an accommodation to many settlers in both Grant and Harney counties. ' Wm. Overholt returned during tbe week from the east, where he went with a band of horses. He was in the tail end of that Kansas cyclone that deyastated towns and villages, and was glad to reach lovely Ore gon once more with bis life. The News learns from parties down from the mining camps to the north of us that the prospects for a good placer mining sea son are more favorable than for years past, and there is every reason to believe that the output of the precious metal will be unusually large. Many old claims in these camps that have been idle several seasons on account of a scarcity of water will this year be in operation. GE00Z COUUTY. Items From tbe Columns of tbe Ochoco Review. Farmers throughout the county say their growing crops are doing well, but the pres ent cold, windy weather is no advantage to their crops. As soon as they can cross the mountains, Hampton Bros, will bring .300 cattle over from Lane connty to stock the xanoh they bought of Joe Smith in tbis connty. Mr. Jory, chairman ot the Peoples' party, wants to get up a joint dieaussion during the coming campaign between represents' tires of his party and the Democrats and Eepublicani of this connty. Why not all the parties trot out their best men and have a little discussion? Last Saturday Wm. Wigle was taken with a severe attack of congestion of the bowels at M. A. Carson's place on Upper Crooked river, and was in a most critical condition until medical aid reached him, He bad recovered sufficiently to come to town on Wednesday, and is now out ot dan' ger. A. L. Allen returned on Monday from Portland where be bad been ' delivering beel cattle. His was two weeks going from bis ranch-on UDuer Crooked nvep to Portland, and was at an expense of about $6 per bead on the cattle to deliver them, tbongb be got bis beef down in ex cellent condition, bis cattle making the neat average of 1268 pounds to the bead Bat $6 per capita is a heavy expense for marketing; cattle, and greatly lessens tbe profits- of the business. A railroad through tbe connty would enable the producer to put bis cattle into Portland for abont $1.25 per head. Portland Telegram: A poor man up Lane county, Oregon, has his team attached for a debt. The sheriff, kindly disposed. allows the debtor to retain the team for the time, taken a receipt. . The debtor, obtain ing later a little common legal information to the effect that his team was exempt from attachment, makes the mistake in acting on this information in making the demand for the team's return upon the creditor's attor ney, not upon the sheriff, and sells it and goes east of the mountains. Tbis angers the creditor, who swears out a warrant and sends the sheriff several hundred miles and brings tbe terrible criminal back, at great rouble to him and cost to the state, and all to wreak a small-minded man's vengeance on a morally innocent offender. No help for it; ignorance of law is no excuse; yet it is one of those cases that makes taxpayers and reasonable men weary. W. W. Statesman: An old Bussian worn , whose hair was turning gray, and bad the appearance of being fully fifty years of age, called upon Auditor Ha wley Thursday morning and asked that official to inform her if she was married. ' She stated that on Saturday iast a soldier named "Johnnie" and herself went before a person, supposed to be a minister of tbe gospel, who per formed the ceremony that made them one. The auditor looked through bis list of mar riage affidavits but not finding one bearing the name of "Johnnie tbe soldier" or the woman's, be informed her that the marriage ceremony was not legal. The old lady left the office swearing vengeance upon the brave soldier boy and tbe man who repre sented himself as a minister. Cor Oyer Firty Vears. An Old and Welj7iII3 Remedy Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been need for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children wbile teething, with perfect success. It soothes tbe child, softens tbe goms, allays all paio, cares wind colic, and is the best remedy lor diarrhoea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by all dragglsts m every part of the world.. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable. Be sore and ask for Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. 21fb91 Deserving; Praise. We desire to say to Our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King's flew uiscovery ior uonsumpuon, lit. King's New Life Pills, Buckleo's Arnica i Salve and Electric Bitters.and bave never bandied remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies bave won their great popularity purely on their merits. 1 ' Snipes & Kinersly, Druggists. C. T. STEPHENS, DEALER IN IllgS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES. No 184 Second Street, next door east of The Dalles National Bank. Havlnsr lust onened In business, and having a full assortment of tho latest goods in my line, I desire a share of the public patronage. apre v. oici&nxuiio FOR SAXE. A BAND 0 TWENTY BROKE HORSES, aver; aging from 1 00 to ltOO pounds lour mares and the balance geldings. These will be sold at asonahie pnoss. For terms apply to " T, J. DR1PPS, : mchfi Hartland, WashJ 015 ENJOYS Both the method and results "wheD Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts fently yet promptly on the Kidneys, iiver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, its many excellent qualities commend it to all. It is for sale id oOc and $1 bottles by al! leading druggisbi. Manufactured only by the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FiANC.ISCO, CAU 10UISVILLE. KY. KW fORK, H.I Legal Notices. Application for Cascade Locks, Falls Pbecinct, Wasco County, State ol Oregon Notice is hereby given that I, John Sullivn, ol tid precinrt and couuty, will, on the 4th diy of May, 1892, apply to the County Lourt of the above-named cr.unty for a license to sell Bpirituous, malt and vinous liquors in lees quantities than one gallon. Cascade Locks, Falls Prhcinct, 1 Wasco County, State of Oregon, J. April 9. lS'Ji. -I To the Honorable, the County Court uf Wasco county, Oregon: We, the undersigned, legal voters of Falls Pre cinct, ot Wasco county, Or., respectfully petition your honorable court to grant a license to John Sul livan to sell spirituous, viuous and "aalt liquors at the town of Cascade Lock", la said precinct, in less quantities than one gallon, for the period of one yean haxbs. SAMES. Patrick McElIaney Sam McCary Chas D Buntell Joel Garneau George Peierkin ' Thos Jovce W L Keltner W H Allatt J F Trana P Yettick Chas Gray Thomas Badder Andrew Johnson James Ghilotte Louie Gcbhard J C Fairview Harry Gray T F Levena A G Hall H Fitzsimmons , Walter McDermott Kenneth McKenzie Isaiah Morin Joseph Shank James Stewart Br C Candiani James Sullivan William McKcnzie Fred T Bruckman Anuv Kiober 0 S Henry Thomas Ay era L Pressey A W Vance A Fleischhauer Wm Duncan John Taylor A J Knightly Oluf Svensen Patrick Walsh H Fitjgerald August Peterson E V Monaghan 1 M Kelliker Pat Sullivan Gus Sands John McNeil Alex Watt A B Andrews Application for Liquor License. Falls Precikct, ) Wasco County, State ot Oregon ) -KJ OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I, ED- 1 mond Berareron. of aaid precinct and county. will, on the 4th day ol May. 1892, apply to the Countv Court of the above-named county for a li cense to sell spirituous, malt and vinous liquors in less quantities than one frauon. Falls Precinct. Wasco Couuty, State of Oregon. To tbe Honorable County Court of the Connty of Wasco, state of Oregon: We, tbe undersigned residents and legal voters of Falls nrecinct. countr and state aforesaid, do hereby respectfully petition and pray that said conrt shall grant a license to txlmona Bergeron to seu spir ituons, malt and vinous liquors in said Falls pre cinct, in less quantities wan one gallon, i?r tne period of one year:. hahss Dr C J Candiana RAKES Thomas Coyle Joel W Douthit ' Thomas Myers John G Brown A J Knightly Harry Gray Erik Nelson A Fleiacbbauer Pat Walsh Alex Watt C W Fluke J F Trana M W Fitzgerald Peter Trano H Fitzsimmons Walter McDermott PILlllegard iO Carrigan 1 M Kelliker Louis Gebhard Nick Weber Patrick McAUeny T F Leveus Thomas Jovce Nicholas Smith August Wilson Chas Russell Thomas Bradder James Steward Thomas Johnson Paul Paulsen F M Surh i F Hendrix August Peterson Gus Sands Rudolf Schmidt Chas Olson J C Farview Hans Weicks SUMMONS. TH THE CIRCUIT COURT FOK THE STATE OF JL Oregon, for the County of Wasco. Emma S. Turner, plaintiff, VB. William Turner, defendant. To William Turner, defendant: In the name of the State of Uregon. you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled Suit within ten days from the date Of the service of this summons upon you, if served within this county; or if served within any other Sunty of this state, then within twenty days from e date of the service of this summons upon you; and if served upon vou by publication, then by the first day of the next regular term of this court, to- I wit: Monday, the X3d day ot May, lhaz, tne eame being the first day of. the next regular term of this court; an t if yon rail so to answer, lor want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the Court tor the relief de manded therein, to-wit: For a decree dissolving tne oonas ox matrimony now existing oetween you and plaintiff, and for the custody of the minor child of said Darties. This summons is published by order of the Hon. W. L. Bradshaw, Judge of the Ssventh Judicial Dis trict of the State of Oregon, made at chambers at Dalies City on tbe Stn day of April, li&ri. apru-td w. b. HiEno, Attorney for Plaintiff. Administrator's Notice. ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1 1 undersigned has been duly appointed by the uounty uourt oi tne state ot Oregon lor Wasco county, in probate, administrator of the estate of Harrison Co rum, deceaseo. All persons having claims against aaid estate are hereby required to resent them to me, with proper vouchers, at the iw office of Condon ft Condon, in Dalles City.Waeco county, uregon, within six months from the date of mis notice. Dated April 2d, 1892. J. CONDON. Administrator of the estate. o rrison Coram. aeceasea. aprzta COUUTY TREASURER'S NOTICE. All cooLtv warrants registered Drior to Nov. 14, 1888, wiil be paid if presented at my om2e. Interest ceases from and after tbis date. Tbe Dalles, April 6, 1892. GEORGE EUCH. 4t Treasurer Wasco County, Oregon. Dissolution Notice. rpo WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the partnership here tofore existing between J. N. Lauerand S. F. French. under the firm name of French ft Lauer. is this dav dissolved by mutual consent. ' 1. N. Lauer will con tinue the business, and pay all bill) and collect all moneys one tne mm. a. r. f KfcNCH, J. N. LAUER. The Dalles, Oregon, April 14, 1S92. NOTICE. DARTIES HOLDING CLAIMS AGAINST fHE I undersigned are notified to present them at once to him at the Columbia Candy Factory, and all those indebted to him' are requested to settle at tho same place, as he has sold out his busiims and wishes to close his accounts. W. 8. CRAM. The Dalles, April 6, 1592. . dw-Tm Notice to Tax-Payers. OTATE and Count) taxes become delinquent Apr! to 1st next. Tax-payers are hereby requested to make payment and avoid going -en the delinquent list. DLCATES, mZId w 'Sheriff and Tax-Collect KSTABLfSHED 6 YEARS. KOSHIAND : BEOS, PORTLAND, Wool Merchants. Sell on Commission, and Cash Advances made. Consignments : Solicited 1 1 Wool Sags, Fleece and Sewing Twine pro vided bjt us. aprz-4mo Land Notice. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at The Dalles, Oreqos, April 1, 192. Notice is hereby given that the flowing-named settler has filed mrtic.' of her iuten lion u make flnttl proof in support of her claim and t!iat snid proof will be made belore the re-iister and receiver al ihe Dalles, Or., on May 10, 1SSK!, i: KATIE HEKKE. Hd. 2558, for the SV. Sec 12, Te 1 N. R 12 E W SI. She nam th-: f.iilowiiu witnesses to prove her continuous residence nion and cultivation of said ami, yiz: George Lie'je, J. A. Pliirman, J. Witlc, W". Jordan, all of Tbe Dailes, Or. . x febl3 JOHN W. LEWIS, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Lano Office at The Dalles, Or. March 8, 1S9& Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has liltd noLice 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 th. U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Or., on May 10, 1892, viz: GEORGE W. STEWART, Hd No. 218S) for the S W qr sec 30,.Tp 2 N, R IS east, W M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: - Norman McDonald, Wallace Scmple, Alex Ander son and Docite Heroux, all of The Dalles, Oregon. mchl2 JOHN W LEWIS. Register. Ask mv --i,ts for V. 1. Don das Shoes. If not tar rule in you. place ruk your dealer lo send for catalogue, secure the agency, and get them for yon. L, DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CEN'TLEM EN THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? It Is a seamless shoe, with no .acks or wax thread to hurt the feet; made of the best fine calf, stylish jtml easy, and because tee make more ehw of this grade than any other manufacturer. It equals nand- o-l etiruia mvitlni, from fid.lll tn fflf" OO Genuine HandKewed, the finest calf 93i shoe ever offered for 83.00; equals French Imported shoes wnicn cost rrom sa.ui to siuo. a m nn u.nd.pwpil VV'Rlr mhoe. fine calf. 4. nrvlich mmfnrfeihle and durable. The best shoe ever offered at this price ; same grade as cus tom-made snoes costing rrom t.uu u 02 0 SO Police Hhoet Farmers. Railroad Blen 90 and Letter Carrier sail wear them; Hue calf, seamiesa, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten sion eage. one pair win wear ayear. n SO fine calfi no better shoe ever offered at 3a this price; one trial will convince those who want, a shoe for comfort and service. An i-'i and S2.0O Workingnion's shoes 3)m are very strong and durable. Those who have given them a trial will wear no other make. nMmre -..00 and $1.75 school shoes are KUj9 worn by the boys every where; they sell on then- merits, as the Increasing sales show. a nj;ae3.00 llnnd-sewed shoe, best bOUIv9 Dongola, verystyusn;equaisrem imported shoes costing from S4.00 to. S6.0U. l .1 ; . tft. S&K.fMk nnrf ft 1 .9.1 Shoe f Hisses are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable, f'nution. See that W. L. Douglas' name and nrice are stamped on the bottom of each shoe. W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton. Mass. 3. FREIMAN, AGENT. THE DALLES A FREE TRIP TO THE WORLD'S FAIR Commencing May 1, 1803 The History Company, of San Francisco.fCal., fcanital stock 8500.000) the .oldest and largestpub- lishing house on the Pacific coast, this day announce that they will give, abiolutely free, a ticket to the World's Fair and return, including meals en route one week (7 days), hotel accommodations, six admis sion ticket to the Exposition grounds, two tickets to leading Chicago theaters, and such other privi leges as may insure a pleasant trip to deservinc per sons who comply witn.tneir requirement. 3NTOTICE. Those desiring to go to theiWorld's Fair andwho could not otherwise do so, can aduress us at once for full particulars. This oner does not apply to per sons of means who are in a position to meet the ex penses of sueh a trip themselves, but to enterprising and intelligent young men and women who can ap preciate such an opportunity and make the most of it. Teachers, clergymen, students, farmera' bright sons and daughters in fact any and all possessing energy, enterprise anu cnaracwr wm ue euiu.o. . THE CHAXCE OF A IIFK-TIMK. Every young man or woman who desires to go to Chicago and see the wonders of the greatest exhib ition the world has ever known, shonld address us at once. Such an opportunith is rarely, offered, and the trip will be the event of a lifetime to those who go. Address . , THE HISTORY COMPANY, ; THBTHISTORTiSUlLDDIO, No. 728 MARKET ST.. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. -TlilS GEEMAMA, CHAS. STUBLING.Prop. FOR THE PRESENT AT 3 Second Street. ,ypWiuXipa All brands of Imported Lionors, Ale and Porter, "an genuine &ey west ingars. a run une oi CALIFORNIA WINES & BRANDIES. ' Milwaukee Beer on Drauqht. First CUbb AHDAfilOHa, Tbe lirnl, Paaseni Fastest and Finest In the World. 1 accomodations unexceuea. NDONDERRV AND GLASGOW. EW. TCvfttT flatnrdftT. ' NEW YORK, GIBRALTEE and NAPLES. At regular intervals. SALOON. SECOND-CLASS AND STEERAGE rates on lnwnt torms to and from the principle S0OTC3. INGUSH. HUSH h ALL COKTQTZKTAL POINTS- Excarslon.ticltets available to return by either the pic turesque Clyde A north of Ireland or Naples 4 Gibraltar Dnfti nd kosy Ordin for Anr Aaout at Lorwt BfttM. Apply to any of onr local AirentB or to HENDERSON BROTHERS, Chicago, HI AGENTS WANTED Apply to T. A. HUDSON. uenerai Agent, j.ne uanes, ur. janst-m: ftBONE IS FEATHERBONE Is nude from OmT.TS nature's own toughest material, best whins made for the price. Cheap, Durable, ALL. STYLES, all : prices, asc your aeaierror a . PPITHPPBftNP JOB SAT TE3 BTT luniuiliuiuiiu HENRY KUCK, The Dalles, Or. W. ADAMS, The Art istic Shoemaker " Is'now located af 77 Second Street, to Schatz' Justice Office. KeD&lnns: a Specialty. He has saved some of his best leather out nf the fire and will make the neatest boot or shoe of anyone in the atv. , A Souvenir Thimble Free. 4 NT LADT sending at once the nunes and ad- XV areas oi ten married lady friends or house keepers to whom we can send sample copies of the uum vunrui,ut uiuskrau jauiev newspaper pub lished to-dav, will receive an elegant solid silver sou venir thimble. The "Ladies' Pictorial Weekly" is tne nanosomeat ana most entertaining publication as "Harper's of its class and is becoming universally popular with laaies in no in uanaaa and the United contains sixteen large pages, same size Harper's Bazaar", most profuselv illustrated. and comes each week at only ift a year. If yon de sire a souvenir thimble send names of thorn vrm think would be interested in the "Ladies' vVeeklv" and enclose fifteen U. S. Si -cent stamps to cover ex penses oi manmg, etc r orwara to-aay. Address "Ladies' nctonal weekly,- Canada Life Buildinir o onto, van. nvzsw- FOE SALE. BOUT 1,350 HEAD OF EXTRA WELL graded yearling Sheep. .Also about 600 Ewes and their lambs. Addren JOHN M. DAVIS, Bakeoven, Oregon, Or H. A. MOODY, The Dalles. Oregon, lwkd-ltw WHY IS THE FOR. WHIPS ' jjlj -$l.00 $1.23 fp ON SALE to .aiXj PRINCIPAL POINTS EAST, WEST, NORTH and SOUTK TELE DALLKH. E. E. LYTLE, - - - Agent UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM. OCEA, Portland to Kan Francisco. To San Francisco Leaving Steamship Wharf, Port land, at 10 P 31., as follows: Oregon ........ Feb 8,28 Columbia..., Feb 12, 20 State Feb 16, 24 Baggage must be checked either at Ash St., during the aay, or by the U. C. & B. Co. Ho unchecked baggage will be received on the steamers. Han Franrisro to Portland. To Portland Leaving Spear St. Wharf, San Francisco at 10 A, M. as follows: Colnmbia Feb 7, 19 State Feb 11, 23 Oregon Feb .6, 27 The commnv reserves the right to change steam-' ers ot sailing dates without further notice. For rates, tickets, berth reservations, etc., call on or address any ticket agent of the Union Pacific sy tern. C. S. MELLEN. T. W. LEE. Gen. Traffic Mana er. Gen. Pass. At. FROM TERMINAL OR INTERIOR POLNTS Northern Pac RAILROAD Isjthe line tc-take TO ALL POINTS EAST AND OUTS It Is the Dining Car Route. It runs Through Yes tibnled Trains biery Day in the year to ST- PAUL and CHICAGO. (NO CHANGE OF CARS.) Coropo ed of Bininsr Cars unsurpassed. ullman Drawing-room Sleepers of Latest Equipment. TOURIST'S SLEEPING CARS, 3 Best that can be constructed, and In which acoom" modations are both Free and Furnished for holders of First or Second class Tickets, and ELEGANT C0ACHES- A Continuous Line, Connecting with All Lines, Affording Direct and Uninterrupted Service. Pullman Sleeper reservations can be secured in d yance through any agent of the road. Tin) HTTP TI TTPITTTC To and from all IHliUUllll 11L1VJ!j1& points in Ametjca, England and Europe can be purchased at any ticket office of the company. Full information concerning rates, time of trains, routes and other details furnished on application to any agen or A. D. CHARLTON, AsB't General Passenger Agt., No. 121 First St., Cor. Wash., PORTLAND. OiEOON LOUIS PAYETTE, (Successor to Payette &,Friend.) 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 omnibus, made or repaired. Horse-Shoeing a Specialty. Plows and machinery repaired tin tiie most skill ed and workmanlike manner. mchSldw Merchant Tailor, No. 77 Second St. Suits Made to Order, AND FITS GUARANTEED. Orders taken for an Eastern house for ail Idnds of suits, uau and examine goods. mch29-tf T. AaYanNorden, THX LEADING WATCH MAKER QPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO REPAIRING KJ at fine Watches. Mr. Van Nonlen has adopted a : entl yovcu, vi iemuiiig uy woicn Olll CIOOXS, appar '1 ' worn out, may be mule serviceable for year 106 SECOND STREET THE DALLES, Or. W.T.WISEMAN Successor to 3. H. .McDonongh & C. ) DEALER IK " ' Choice Wines. Liauors. i . AND CIGARS. None but tbe best brands of Lionors and Cigars on sale. Temperance drinks of all tunas. (Jorner ot Court and Second streets. THE DALLES, OREGON. COLOMBIA PHGKING CO., Corner Third and Washington Sts. Cured Hams and Bacon 'Dried Beel and Tongues And the best; Beefsteaks, Mutton Chops 'and Teal ORDERS DELIVERED TO ANY PART Of CITY fW Fresh Tegetables on Sale at the Lowest Prices, jeSdiw JAB. rhKuUSUN, General Expressman! Gooda hauled with the'ereatest sare to all pans oi tne city on abort notice. Attention, Sheep Men. I HAVE ABOUT 600 POUNDSj OF TOBACCO Stems, whidi are excellent for sheep dip or for cleansing cattle of vermin, which I will sell cheap. For terms apply at The Dalles Cigar Factory. menu a. ULLK1U11 SON. FOE SALE. SIX HEAD OF WORK HORSES, from five to eight vears old. in eua I condition. Will a.-U for cash, or trade some of them for stallions. C. KOEHLER, Nansene, Or., Feb. 13, 1881. MISSION : GARDENS! ALL VARIETIES OF GREEN HOUSE FLOWERS and Pianta fmtr the mrdens on sale at C F Lauer'a. Orders will receive prompt attention. aprd-dj A. N. VARNEY, Manager. "f e are Still Id It" WM. BUTIEE & CO., Lumber Dealers. , We have added to our business the following lines, and will not be undersold; IM Plaster, Hair, 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, Corner of -Jefferson. THE DALLES Cigar Factory, FIRST STREETJ FACTORY NO., 105. pin I nO of the Best Brands manufaot UlUHriO nred, and ordeas from all patts of the country tilled on the shortestnotice. F The reputation of THE DALLES CIGAR has become firmly established, and the de mand for the home manafactuaed'article is increasing every day. dee24ay-tf " A. ULRICH & SON. Everything in the line of SCHOOL BOOKS and STATIONERY AND FINE FRENCH CANDIES, CAS Bl POCKB AT NOLAN'S POSTOFFICE STORE, SECOND STREET. MAIEK & BENTON, Successors toJA. Bettingen RETAILERS AND"JOBBER3 IN AND GR ANTT EWARE A complete line of Heating and Cook Stoves, Pumps. Pipe Plumbers and Steam Fitters' Supplies; also a complete stoca oi uarpenieni , Blacksa smiths' and Farm- o s Tools, AND SHELF HARDWARE. Tinniar, PUmiinr sal pips wrk w'.ll be done on snort notice. SECOND ST., THE DALLES, OR FASHIONABLE MIMNERY! AT :. De Lyle s Emporium, 114 SECOND STREET. H FULL ASSORTMENT 07 BVKETTHL50 IN j ' 1 RATS, BONNETS AND TRIMMGS MRS. A. SCHOOLING, Manager. Tie MRS. A. JONES, Prop. 83 XJ1SIOJN STREET 85 Adjoining Byrne, Floyd & Co.'s d ue store. Tbe tables are supplied with tbe best the market anoras. MEALS AT ALL HOURS None bat white help employed. re MRS. C. DAVIS,' Prop. Adjoining the Diamond Roller Mills, on Second street. MEALS AT ALL HOURS I The tables will be supplied with tbe best tbe market affords. Lodging rooms op-stairs for gu'asts. Sample Rooms, 71 MAIN" STREET. - Always on .uuad tne Best Wines, Ldquoi-s, and. Cigars. A Pleasant Evening'' Resort Columbia Brewery and Imported Lager Beel on draught. Mcdonald bros., : piopr's. Andrew Yelarde, HOUSE MOVER, The Dalles. Address; Lock Box 181. G. NOWAK ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Plans and stc cifications tor bnildinir fur nished. Will do all feinds of excavating and grading. M order should bereft at postoffice tx x ' nov!3 PJI Chichester's Eazllah Dtaaaead Brua B ENNYROYAL PILLS -SN m m r r i . r. i r a UrwirM Sir CUtcHemWB .afepu Vim t nriiliKcau Gold meullka' oxc. Kalaa with WW rlMMm. Take i. MkMt ... Id tamps lot oarttemlan, tflatUnoaUla and "Keller far tadlea, Ufr. ; retana MalL 1 0.OM TMlmaalal. JVMM AM 'ThlraiatT"rihalMl"- "-- Harare. iMalOnvataav ... ffhUmimVmv Dalles Restaurant neve Reslaiiiii . II tT-.A J 8 PIONEER GBOQEBI Northwest Cor.'Sooondjand Washington St". MM i 11, PROP'S uc rarer to eorge Ruin, Tlio Cheapest 11 ax o is Tim dallk8for ' All Kinds of Groceries, FLOUR, CRAW, WILLOW WARE, ETC. We respectfully solicit a share ot the public pat ronage, and snail endtaivor to Rive entire satisfac tion to our customers botn oia and new. PAUL KREFT & CO Dealers in . And the Most Complete and Latest Patterns and Designs in - W ALL PAPER. Practical Painters and Psoer Hsnnrs. None but the beet brands of the Sherwin-Williams Paint used ia ail our work, and none but the most skilled workmen employed. All orders will be promptly attended tn. Bhop adjoining Red Front Grocery, THIRD STREET, THE DA,L.ri, F. W.BOLD, M ani-Wp-tMsr! Atrompson'solj;atand, 193 Tnird St., BLACKSM1TWNC Of ALL KINDS AND CHEAPLY." DONE NEATLY WOOD-WORK af all kinds, rrepalring and making; anything, from a wheelbarrow to a carriage. RSE-SHOEINQ A SECIALTY. m 41 UC Mfaaed hit Opportunity! 1MVT jtllaa lit luiirifKeader. Tueoinjority neglect their od portnnttiM, and from that uoh live In poverty and die In obscurity I Harrowing despair i the lot of many, u they look back cm lost, rorerer lost, opportunity. iie pm lns l Roach oat, Be op and doinr. InipruTwyour opportu- nity, and i- nm a n H ( v nmnilnnneiL Tteaca. It Wll aaid by anhiioeopher, that "tbe Uoddeis of Fortune offers m un srmislannnTwirtnnitT to each Derson ateome neriod of life: embrace the chance, and she poors ot her riches ; fall to do o and she depart, twrer to retarn.' How shall yoa find the golden opportTinitTf Inrestt grate every chance that annnorawnrtlir anil of fklrnromitta t that Is wtlt all euO" sral men do. Here is an opportunity, each aa is not often within the reach ot laborlnK people. Improved, It will give, at least, a grand start in life. The goldeic opportunity for many la here. Money to be made rapidly and honorably by any Industrious person of either eex. All ages. Yon can lo the work and lire at hone, whreTerynn are. Even be frinners are easily earning from fj& to fllO per day. Ton can do as well if yon will work, not too bard, but Industri ously ; and yon can increase your income as yon go on. Yon can give spare time only, or all your time to the work. Easy to learn. Capital not required. We start von. All is com paratively new and really wonderful. We instruct and bow yon how, lYee Failure unknown among our work ers, ho room to explain here. Write and learn all IVA, fcv return mall. Unwise to delay. Address at once. If. lalleU ate Co. Box 8bO. Portland. Mains THE TRUE BLUE. Second Street, next door to the Red Front Grocery Store. F. E. SH0NTELL DEALER IN Fie Cigars, Tobacco, AND CONFECTIONERY. The celebrated Hoffman, General Arthur and Schil ler Cigars on sale' THE DALLES, OREGON HILL, O'MALLEY & CO. THE LEADING ' Architects and Builders Office InJSklbbe's Brick, THE DALLES, OREGON Win take contracts and furnish plans and cations for all builainirs,frame. brick or stone. terials fuinoed if needed. octS WATER NOTICE ON AND AFTER APRIL list, parties patting In or uslca; water closets with a continuous stream ot water will be charged; ti per month; pat ent shut-offs at tlu old rate. roil RENT. I THE TIPPER PAET OF A TWO-STORYfBUILD-imr, eonsistiog of six rooms. For particulars apply at this office. aprll-dtf DRESS MAKING. rOSE DESIRING DRESSES MADK AT THEIR homes can be accommodated with first-class wcrk by addressing the unddrsigned through the postoffice. MRS. H. AIKEN. mcblO-dlm House and Lot For Sale. Situated near the Catholic church on Fourth street. For terms apply at tnis office. mch30dwlm CASCADE LOCKS THE ORIGINAL TOWNSITE OF CASCADE LOCKS 1 NOW ON THE MARKET LOTS SELLING VERY RAPIDLY. The building of the Portage Railroad at this pomt'will " make Cascade Locks a very thriving town in the future. ' Parties desirous of investing at that point will be furnished with maps and price list by applying to BRADFORD & CASTEIXOE, 110 Second St, Portland, Oregon Or Dr. LEAVENS, at Cascade Locks. ISCORPOATEO 18SO. THE DALLES LUMBERING COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Dealers and Manufacturers Building Material and Dimension Timber DRY- FIB, OAK and SL.AD PROMPT DELIVERY TO Offlee Dio 07 Whfnfttoa Mt. WABAM CHRTSAXTHBMUM. VAUGHAN'S SEED STORE. SSV, Appealing fa 'fiftf rw4 MA5TIFF IPLUO CUT hz, become the jshndard pmohin . fobac-co, everr in compefitio With leno . established brand? , tof recoo- nized .merit. Butler's Book. 1,000 APGE 0 to 200 ORIGINAL ENGRAVINGS, ELEGANT BINDINGS, PUBLISHED IN 8 LANQUA ES, POPULAR PRICES. First Edition, :-: 100,000 Copies. TI1S OSLT iCTBSSTIC WOSI ST ' GEN. BENJAMIN F. BUTLER. F.xclusive territory and liberal terms given' to re liable areata. Accompany application for territory with ft for prospectus. THE J. DEWING CO., oct24 Ban Francisso. OaL J. E IiAESEN, 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. SHEEP Fl SALE ! 3600 HEHD. To be delivered after shearing. Apply to M0NKLAND, OREGON. COAL! COAL! -THE BEST- Wellington', Kock Sprins, and Eoslyn Coal $13, sacked and tbe city. ' delivered to any part ot At Moody's Warehouse. SKIBBE HOTEL FN W. L, SKIBBE, Prop. The Only Brick Hotel IN THE' CITY BEST DOLLAR A DAT HOUSE In the North west. This buildinir has been refitted since the lire of September 2d, and the rooms an first-class in every particular. The table Is supplied with the best tbe market affords. The oar in connection with tbe hotel is supplied with the highest trade of Wines, Liquors arvl Im ported and Domestic Cigars. janSD.w CEDAK POSTS. MirlK UflULnslUR&u vnn ruanion ffcuiu. L and Larg P"' Cedar Posts, 6ft lest Inns', de livered on cars or boat In East Portlaud, for 7 and S eents each. Eastern Oregon and Washington par ties are pleased with them. We prefer buyers should have them Inspected before the posts are shipped, Address INVESTMENT COMP AN . E, QtMCiiKsusH, Pres't, , AA J . OO I-. 1 - I SW SHEEP FOE SALE. Three thousand Fine Graded Bred Ewes and 3000 Yearlings.' . Kerr & Buckley, Grass Valley, Or. S10 REWARD. LOST OR STOLEN from my farm near Klnatley, Oregon, about Marrh a, 18W2, a dark brown horse, with small star in face and branded wfth the letters K K connected on left shoulder. I will par the abore reward for anr Information leading to the recovery of the above animal. MRS. JOHN BOLTON, tprZ Klngaler, Or .WOOD ANT PART Or THE CITY. Yitrd at Old Government Barraek VAUGHAN'S " GARDENING ILLUSTRATED For 189a is 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 the very complete supply of SeedSt Plants and Flowers of our Stores and Greenhouses. f II TELW THB WHOLE STORY " ; tor the Garden, tvn and Farm with all additions to date. For S4C. (12 a-cent stamps) we mail one bulb each Jacoblan Scarlet Lily and new Tuberous Begonia. Our BOOK with each of these offers. For 40c. we mail one plant Grand Chrysanthemum Waban, f see cut) the sensation of this season's flower shows, mammoth pink flowers ten inches in diameter, mrntior this paraa. wkitb mow. CHICAGO.