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v' SATURDAY....... AUGUST 24, 1895 ITEMS IN BRIEF. - from WadnesOay's D0 r. The exodus to the seaside is almost at an end. Mrs. T. A. Hudson and boy left on the Regulator this morning for a short sojourn on the ocean beach. G. W. Miller, wife and family re turned last night from spending the heated term on the ocean beach. - Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Johnson and child left on the Regulator this morn ing for a visit to friends in Portlar d. Miss Elsie Bill was a passenger on the boat this morning for the Cascade Locks, where she will remain for a few days. - r ' Capt. Amos Underwood, of White Salmon, Wash., one of the first set tlers on the middle ColumbiS, was in the city yesterday. The examination of Lee Git for 'killing:-Look: Woo was postponed by Justice Davis until tomorrow after-' noon at 2 o'clock. . J. L. Story and daughters, Clara and Etta, who have been campiog on Rock . creek, near Stevenson, Wash., for some weeks returned yesterday. The Regulator tied up last night at the low water . part of ' the wharf. This will be her starting place here after until high water next spring. Miss Alma Heroux left on the boat this morning for ttearerton. When . she returns she will bring with, her . two sisters and a brother, who are now attending school in that place. 1 Alma Davis, of Harney, Or., last week found in the mountains north of that town a ftintrock rifle gun with the date "1823" on it. The stock was rot ' ten and the barrel was bent. General supposition is that it was the property of the lost emigrants who told of the . Blue Bucket mines. Business was very good in the police court today. There were four persons arrested last night, three for being drunk and disorderly, and one for re fusing to assist an officer in making an arrest. Two of the "drunks" were fined 85 a piece, and one $30, because . the offense was aggravated by the fel low drawing a knife on the officer. The man who refused to help the po- liceman was fined 85 ' - Such items as the following from the Pioneer Press, are doing more than all - other inflences now at work to cure the free silver lunacy: "The first car of wheat received in Minneapolis in 1894 brought fifty four cents and was ' "graded No. 1 northern. The first car of new wheat this year was graded No 2 northern, cwing to the mixture of a little rye, but brought 68 cents. This " increase in price, waiving the differ ence in grade, means the neat little ' sum of $10,675,000 more to the northwest on a crop of 115,000,000 7 bushels than would have been obtained ' last year. ; ' ' From Th us ay lulr. Pile-driving has begun on the new warehouse for the D. P. & A N. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Hostettler were passen gers on the boat this morning to Port land. ; - Mrs. Pease and child were passen gers on the boat this morning to Port land. - ; . -: . Mr. H. Lueders, an attorney ftom Tacoma, Wash., is in the city on busi ness " Mrs. LvHeppner was a passenger on the boat - this morning to ' Moffet Springs. Mrs. Geo. C. Blakeley left on the afternoon train for Mosier where she will remain a few days the guest of Mrs. Mosier. Mrs. WH. H. Dufur and daughter. . - of Dufur, left on the boat this morning , for Portland. r H. D. McGuire, one of the state fish commissioners, has been in the city ' for the past two days. Mrs. F. T. Esping and Miss Beulah Sterling left on the afternoon train for snort sojourn at isonneville. Ed. M. Williams and John Hamp shire returned on the noon train from a short sojourn on the ocean beach. ' District No. 12 of The Dalles, paid off all its outstanding warrants today, and is how free from all indebtedness. T. A. Hudson and Ed. Martin left this morning on a trip to Sherman county. : They will be absent several days. ; The examination of Lee Git for the killing of Look Woo was postponed by Judge Davis this afternoon until Z o'clock Saturday. Mrs.. J. H. Mosier, of Mosier, who has been visiting Mrs. Sinnott in this city for some days past, returned on the afternoon train. - Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Jewett, of White Salmon, Wash., who .have been, in the city for the past few days, returned on the boat this morning. Mr. C E. Miller, of the Cascade Locks, arrived in the city -today from Umatilla, and will leave in the morn ing on the boat for his home. W. W. Heehey and wife, of North Yakima, accompanied by Miss. AJdie Sellers, ., were in the city yesterday, and left for Portland on tne boat this morning. Six carloads of cattle left the stock yards of K. E. Saltmarsbe & Co. for Troutdaie this morning. These were from the range, and were the property of Hon. Robert Mays. Joseph Heroux, an attache of the TlltES-MOUJf tain eeb office, who haa been confined to his room by sickness! for the past few days, is improving very-rapidly and wili be able to be around in a few days. k Williams, the young man who as-injured, by being: thrown from a horse several weeks ago, will be taken to St. Vincent's Hospital In fortlana on the morning train for a surgical oper ation. He will be accompanied by Dr. Holiiater, who will return on the mid night train. ... The city recorder had before him this morning one hobo and. one indi vidual for fast driving: through the r Streets of the city. The gentieinan of leisure was given a ticket of leave, ' and it is earnestly hoped that he will ' place as long a distance as poxsible be - tweenhimseif and The Dalles, and tne fast driver left town, - ' W. F. Courtney, of Tacoma, Wash., i arrived in the city on the noon train. He is en route o Crook and Grant . counties, . where be will examine a ' band of 3000 bead of cattle for which he contracted last fall. From this city he goes to Heppner, and will leave therein bis own conveyance for the journey through the interior. . (t is said thatf live rabbits, either tame or wild pigeons, and frogs, wili be used in classes in biological labora tory of the university this year, and that cash prices will be paid for the same. This would seem -to offer en ppportunity to our boys to turn an honest penny by collecting such ani mals and selling them to tne university when needed. " ' : Moro Observer: So far threshing in -: Sherman county has revealed the fact '"that there will be but a very small por' tionof the lotfj wheat grauea sso. t. . The berry is plump and nice, and the crop goes irom. 4 to 7 bushels more to the acre than was expected.. One Hay Canyon field is reported to have yielded 40 bushels per acre. The yield of the - county, in the aggregate, will be fully up to average years before the big ; yield of '94. ' At the i Btwkyards of R. E.- Sal -" 'xnarshe & Co. today are 80 fine Merino ' bucks, imported from the east. A large portion pi these are the property of ex-senator Hilton, who will take them to hi Gilliam county farm, . ' where be will use them for breeding purposes. ' They are fine bucks, giving every evidence oi oeing worvuguoreu, and will cauae a great improvement in the quality of wool grown in this county '-- -V.r' Hon. M A- Moody, who has been in attendance on the meeting of the ex ecutive committee of the. Republican National League, held in Chicago on the 14th inst.,returued last night. He report' that the convention war very harmonious, and plans have been ma lured for the campaign -oi iewr-. a ne Bjf publican all over. Xh cotuitrjr ar verv sanguine of success, and that vic tory will perch on their banners is al most a foregone conclusion. Another train load of the Switzlor cayuse, says the Arlington Record, was shipped from Arlington to Port land Tuesday evening. There were 305 head, eleven carloads, and were consigned to the Portland H. C. Co. These make a total of 709 head of horses that have been shipped from here in three weeks. Somebody must be eatin? horse meat by this time. And daily we expect to hear of a re duction in the price of glue. The new race cart arrived from Chi cago today, and it is truly "a thing of beauty and a joy forever." It has every modern contrivance for speed at tournaments, ana will be an incentive to our boys to increase- the efforts to win first money at Vancouver. There are drills afternoons and evening's. and the one tonight will be doubly in teresting, as the boys wili exercise in front of the new cart. It cost $200 in Chicago, and each of the companies in the city has borne its proportion of the expenses. On Saturday last the preliminary ex amination of Fred Reckling, says the La Grande Chronicle, charged with in cendiarism, was held at Huntington before Justice Brewin, Deputy District Attorney Shinn appearing as counsel for the state and F. A. Bo wen for the defendant. It was alleged that Beck liner is the person who applied a match to the hay stack on the Faull-Basche ranch, whereby 100 tons of hay were destroyed. The guilt of the defendant was so conclusive that the court held him in $500 bonds to answer to the grand jury. From Fnd.ya Daily. Judge J. W. Blackburne, of Grant, in tne city. J. B. Crossen left on the afternoon train on a short visit to Portland. Mrs. Beck, of this city, was a passen ger to Portland on the afternoon train. W. C. Allaway was a passenger on the boat this morning to Cascade Locks. Jos. Folco returned this morning on the boat to White Salmon, Wash., wnere he will take his wheel and go to tne camp at Trout Lake. D. S. Dufur, who has been in town for the past two days, will return this afternoon to his camp at the head waters of Fifteen MUe creek. Mrs. Chas. Butler and child of Fort Townsend, Wash., and Mrs. K. itooten and son, of ttatteoven, are visiting their mother, Mrs. Cram, in this city. Hall's Vegetable Sicialian Hair Re newer has restored gray iiair to its original color and prevented baldness in tnousands of cases, it will do so to you. The clouds of smoke lifted a little yesterday from the surrounding hills, out they hugged them closely this morning and tne landscape was oo- scured. Watermelons are being shipped east and west fron this city to Port land and Heppner, and yesterday Tne Dalles sent some potatoes to tne iieppnerites. The building which was- formerly occupied as a nfteen cent restaurant at tne .bast Ead was removed tnis after noon to one blocs: fanner west to tne rear of the eikibDe hotel. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Aikine, and two children, of La ttrande, who nave been yisiting Mrs. W. H. Swain, and Dr. J. M. Swain, in this city for the past few days, returned home yesterday. Mrs. F. S. Gunning and sister, ac companied by Mr. Running's little girl, left on tne boat tnis morning for Mosier, where Mrs. Gunning will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Daven- port. . Mr. D. C. Herrin, wife and children arriyed home last evening. Mrs Herrin and children had been visiting her parents in Ashland and Mr. Herrin bad been taking a short vacation on the ocean beacn. Chas. F, Lauer showed us six Bart lett pears this morning from the orchard of Mr. A. Sechler in this city that weighed six pounds. He say a one in the lot from which these were selected weighed 24 ounces,. There were seven carloads of cattle shipped from the stockyards of R. E. Saltmarshe & Co. in this city this morning to the Union Meat Co. at Troutdaie. They were purchased by Mr. C. M. Grimes of The Dalles. Ayer's Ague Cure is ah antidote for malaria and . all nalarial diseases, whether generated by swamp or sewer. Neither quinine, arsenic, nor any othei injurious drug enters into the com position of this remedy. Warranted to cure fever and ague Honors come thick and fast upon W. H. Butts. He is now deputy game warden and fish commissioner. We shall soon hear of him accepting some position under President Dole of the Sandwich Islands, or being called to a position of trust in the new republic of Cuba. ' Mr. Natbanael Mortonson, a well known citizen of Ishpeming, Mich., and editor Huperior Posten, who, for a long time, suffered from the most ex crucating pains of rheumatism, was cured, eight years ago by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, haying never felt a twinge of it since. On the Seufert farm, about three miles east of the city, are some of the finest Early Crawford peaches that have been brought to this city during the season. The orchard is crowded with fruit, and Mr. F. J. Seufert in forms us that he is shipping one hun dred boxes every day to Portland, The O. R. & N.'Co. is shipping a car load of fruit from this vicinity every evening to Portland and sound ports and also to Helena and Butte. Trade is improving very much with the rail road company, and under the liberal policy now pursued the people do not eyince that antagonism toward the management that they did formerly. A lady died recently in England and in her will it was found that she had left the whole of her fortune amount ing to $50,000 to the local newspaper, the perusal of which had given . her many happy hours. The example of this lady is worthy of emulation, but we do not ask it of our friends. In fact we do not wish to see them die. It is reported from Oregon City that several young men met and effected the preliminary organization of an anti bloomer society. This is supposed to have evolved from the agitation of ehe subject, begun . by Professor Shorey's lecture at the Congregational church, Sunday night. They take the position that the bloomer is immoral and opposed to religion. - The first run with the new cart was made last night down Second street, and some of the boys considered it a great advantage, while others ob jected to its weight. This has not been fairly tested yet; but after the team have drilled a few times they will be better acquainted with the cart. Drills will be had twice every day un til the time for departure for Van couver. - Aside from the 'vast -quantities of fruit shipped east by the Oregon Fruit Union, more,' perhaps, are sent by ex press to points east and west of the Rockies, and large lots are dried by fruit growers for local use or for ship ment during the fall 'and '.' winter seasons. The yield of fruit by the orchards around The Dalles is some thing enormous, aud. difficult of com putation. A military board has just been ap pointed by Adjutant-General Tuttle to examine, correct and revise the rules and regulations of the Oregon Na tional Guard. A number of changes to the law were made at the last ses sson of the- state legislature, and it will be the business of the board to change the present rules and regula tions so as to conform with the modifi cations made by the legislature. Republican: C. E. Ross, a Snake river orchardist, has produced a new variety of fruit by crossing the apple and plum. The new fruit is somewhat larger than a plum, shaped like a rather flat apple, colored more like an apple than a plum, and the flesh is similar in appearance and consistency to that of a plum and the flavor is said to be delicious. It has the best that is in both the apple and the plum, the combination producing a result which Jj surprising. COLCMBIA BREWEKV. An Enterprise That Keeps Up With tne Times. No industry in this city displays greater enterprise than the Columbia brewery. Every new device for the manufacture of beer known to those engaged in the business have been in troduced, and Columbia Brewery beer is known throughout Eastern Oregon and other portions of the state. The barley used is of the best quality, and brewers from the east have visited The Dalles to purchase this grain because it is considered by reason of the cli mate and soil of great excellence. Another ingredient used is the purest water, and at great expense Mr. Bueh- ler has an abundant supply of the best of this element that can be procured. Then the help he employs are men thoroughly acquainted with the manu facture of the beverage, and during the time tnat his head brewer, Mr. t Furter, has suffered from the broken leg his place has been filled by an ex pert from Portland. Light drinks are considered by g od citizens conducive of temperate habits, and if more beer and wine were drank in the United States and less strong liquors the evils of intemperance would not be so prev alent in this country. Tnis nas been practically tested in communities in California and elsewhere, and there fore we believe that the manufacture of beer and wine are desirable indus tries, as they furnish markets for the products of the soil and do not con duce to the destruction of the morals of a community. As a result of Mr. Buchler s enter prise his trade has largely increased, and be now exports his beer to differ ent portions of the northwest. And this gentleman is worthy of success in anything he undertakes. One of nature s true noblemen a man with his heart in his hand there is no pro- jeat for the building of the city to wnich ne does not rend aid. jn early every churcn that has been buiit since he has been in the city has had his name on the list as a subscriber. and the projected Good Templars Home, a lew years ago,received a dona tion of $50 from him. He has made a monthly donation to the W. C. T. U. and if there is a fourth of July celebra tion, or any patriotic or local demons' stration or charitable enterprise you will find his name among the foremost of the subscribers. Last, but not by any means least, be has always been an .earnest friend to an open river, owns stock in the D. c. & A. JN. Co., and ships every pound of freight by the Regulator. The opposition line has not a better friend in Eastern Oregon tnan August iiuchler, and this is creditable to bis enterprise as a citizen and business man, i-very man wul wish him success, for, it is fair to pre sume, that every dollar ne accumulates a large portion of it goes to public en terprise or charitable institutions. COBONEB'S INQUEST. Farther Particulars of the Tragedy acted In the City Monday Kight. En- in addition to the witnesses men tioned in yesterday's issue John Bird and Dis. Doane aud Sutherland lesti fled before the jury. .No new testi mony was elicited except in reference to the knife being identified and the identitication of tne man who stabbed him by the dying Chinaman. The jury, after hearing the evi dence, rendered the following verdict: We, the undersigned, duiy impan elled to inquire into the cause of the death of tne Chinaman, Look Woo, and having heard the testimony of the witnesses, duly sworu on the facts in the case, find that the Chinaman, Look Woo, came to his death through a knife wound given by the Chmaman Lee Git, alias Harry, and assisted by two Chinamen, named Lee Ching and VI Yuen. Frank N. Hill, thos. Haslam, C. H. HALL, M. T. KlCE, Sam Klein, Fred d. hill. Mr, Connolly, the night policeman, was the first officer wno visited the wounded Chinaman, and he had a long conversation with hiin. He 'claimed that he was stabbed on the opposite side of the street and ran to the tinyder house, followed by the three Chinamen, where he pulled the knife out of the wound. Before he died he smoked two pipes of opium, and this appeared to quiet the pain. To Mr. Connelly he described how one Chinaman had field him by the cue and .the other by the arms while the third stabbed him. He then broke away from them and ran to the China house. ' About t o'clock he. died; but gave sufficient evidence to lead to the arrestof Look-Woo, who was found in the rear of Skibbe's hotel, in a shed lying on some loose hay. Lee Ching, his accomplice, was found in the upper story of a wash house, with four or five yoats thrown over him, and after the proprietor had' said he was not on the premises. ' Fi Yuen, the third man, is still at large. 1 1 DCFUK DOINGS. Some Notes From Our Regular Corres pondent Sammer Poetry, etc. Dufur, Aug. 18, 1895. litor TiHtta-M' 'UHTAIS Bit: Pull, few people in town; gone to the harvest fields, or to the mountains, such in short is the condition of things in Dufur, As we sit in our home we hear the measured strokes of some carpenter's hammer j, the restless ring of the anvil, some children at play, with other summer noises that may be leaves, or birds, or insects. To i m o.i writ I vey xround May our err atea peace l foii'id? Ha cjou duiirtjcer 01 t: e skies, Far n fesrfu w.njr. hefl.e From thu k . p u si-epic td state, Frum r belli us noisy n t . In a - ot:ag d v.le sue d U, Li t niug to these u. inner b lis. Excuse me, please; no thought of poetry possessed me when I sat down to write but.rather a desire to inform you that Balch and Auderson have been bunting, and on their return re port a condition of things at once un natural and unreasonable. These gen tlemen left town for a day's hunt, tak ing the precaution to start the evening before destination Fritz Clausen's. After two days' absence they returned and reported "No game grasshop pers have eaten up all the chickens." xnese men, Anderson in nis snop or Balch in his drug store, we believe to be honorable men: but, parenthetically, in bird stores we would suggest some body can lie, and were we a hunter tne first witness to call would be Fritz. Mr. Cantrell and wife, accompanied by Mr. Willis Hendrix and wife, have just returned from Klickitat, where tney went for an outing and hazelnuts. They got both, and are as happy as people are entitled to be. on this mun dane sphere but they know how to enjoy life and are never caught moping. I r.1 . . u vt f . .i : L'Ji.u iUiO, JMLUOI LUCUD1CD ttUU XU.193 lUlbU Peabody passed examination in Si tier man county last week.- - Mrs. Medefee first grade; and Miss Peabody, second grade.' They are pupils from the Du fur school and of course we are pleased to know that each received all that she tried to obtain. Q. K. X. O. D. TAYLOR'S ARREST. The Manner In Which It Was Done Not at All Irregular or Improper. The Dalles, Aug. 21, 1895. Editor Timbs Mount ai ek: Some severe criticism has been made of the manner of Rev. O. D. Taylor's arrest, and the hurried way in which he was driven from the city. Mr. Parker Owens is an old officer, and thoroughly understands his business. Xie nas never aiiowea a prisoner to escape, and has no greater respect for a rascal in broadcloth than one in jeans. .- His only rule is to arrest his man and retain him in custody until properly discharged by the court, O. D. Taylor is not kqown to him person ally, only as the principal in the North Dalles swindle. He had every reason to believe that the reverend gentleman was the beloved pastor- of the First Baptist church of this city, and that he had the respect and confidence of many of the leading citizens of The Dalles from the excellent endorsements he showed the people of Saginaw as an inducement for them to invest in Grand Dalies real estate. Before leav ing Saginaw Owens was informed that he had a wily schemer to capture, and that, perhaps, his many and influ ential friends in this community would throw every possible obstacle in the way of Taylor being taken back to Michigan. He acted with prudence, zeal aud integrity, as every conscien tious executive officer should, and in the manner that the sheriff of this countv. or any of his deputies would be expected to act if they were to ar rest the pastor of the First Baptist church of Saginaw, who carried with him the unqualified endorsements of the most prominent men of that city Mr. Owens has done hi9 duty, and the law will take its course. T hat is an, Fair Play. ACCIDEXT NBAS LAKETTEW. A FamUy of Campers Badly Burned by Powder Explosion. The Lake County Rustler, of the 15th instant, says: "John R. Simmons and family con sisting of wife, a boy of four years and baby while camped on the Bouth end of .Liana Ainert, men wiin a tern ble accident. Tnev commenced to load shot gun shells, the wife filling in the powder wniie summons put in tne shot. Their powder was in numerous paper sacks, and it is supposed that soark from the camp fire ignited the whole tram. The tull torce or tne ex plosion struck Mrs. Simmons in the face knocking her down and setting her clothes on fire. Mr. Simmons grabbed her and half dragged her to a creeic some hfty yards distant ana ex tinguished the flames in the water. He at once returned and gathered the boy whose clothing was now a name, and saved him in the same manner. Young Mr. Russell arrived in Laveview .late vesterdav evening with the sufferers. They were made as comfortable as pos- sible at the Mopmns Mouse, vr. Aiere deth was called at once and gave them all the relief within his power. At present writing it is impossible to say now dangerous their injuries may oe. PAYING THE INDIANS. The Disbursement of Funds to the Kcl Perces Has Commenced. A special from Lwiston to the SDokesman-Review of Monday, says: Agent u isner oegan tne aisinounon of government drafts to the Nez Perce Indians today, greatly to the surprise of Lewiston citizens and the Indians themselves. The money is part pay ment of the $1.51)0,000 for land relin quished by the Indiana to the govern ment domain. The Lewiston bank representatives wei eon hand at the agency building ten miles from Lewiston with gold to cash drafts and creditors were tnere to receive payment for debts contracted for years oast, The troops kept every one away from the agency but those directly interested. The Lewiston uanKs stole a march on the bankers from Moscow, Kend rick, Kalispell and other points, the latter having no cash with them and being unable to induce the Indians to Keep ueposio money wiuu tueui. About aS2-,UlR was paid out today. Three weeks will be required to com pete payments. The Indians are nocmng to tne agency, the news having spread rapidly, Jim Reuben, an ,influe','',l Indian, gets 2 per cent, for conducting negotiatons, acting as interpreter, etc., and the banks get one-half of one per cent for cashing drafts. Most of the money will be deposted in Lewiston. Those Requisition Papers. We are creditably informed that Mr. Parker Owens, the officer who arrested Hev. O. D. Taylor in this city, did not have the requisition papers; but only the warrants issued upon them. The private secretary of Governor Lord is a iungnt or I'ytnias, apo sois mr. Owens, After he bad procured the re quisition papers in duplicate he had a long conversation witn Air. Lmniway, and, when he left the office, put the warrants in his pocket leaving the requisition on the table. He did not find out his mistake until he arriyed at The Dalles, and then he came to the conclusion to do what is commonly called, "run a bluff." When the counsel employed by Mr. Taylor asked to see the papers, with trem bling hands Mr. Owen produced the warrants issued on the requisition, which was mistaken for the original papers and ' pronounced correct; but he hurried Mr, .Taylor out of the county as quickly as he could, fearful that a further examination would be made. This is the secret, so we are informed by one conversant with the facts, of the hurry manifested by the Michigan officer in getting his prisoner out of the city. The Vancouver Tournament. The annual meeting of the Veteran Fireman's Association will be held in Vancouver September 2d, 3d and 4th: Among the towns so far beard from which will probably send teams of one kind or another to take part in the tournament, are the following: Portland 2 teams; Oregon City 2; The Dalles 2: Hillsboro. 1; Albany 1; Corvallis, 1; Eugene 1; Astoria 1; Leb anon, 1; Salem 1; . Pendleton 1. With the two teams from Vancouver, this will make 1(5 which are expected to enter the list. -Applications for hotel accommodations are coming in very slowly to the -Vancouver com mittee. Delegates and members of competing teams can obtain much bett ter accomodation by making applica tions for the same to Secretary Pincus in that city, A Fish Story. The Dalles people who go fishing and then come back with stories of their prowess in that respect will have to fish and study a long time before they can ever hope to lay the follow ing story from Canada in the shade; "Last fall a man fishing pn the Maitland lost his watch put of the boat from which be was fishing. The other day while fishing he caught a three-pound bass. His astonishment can be imagined when he found his watch lodged in" the throat of the beauty. The watch was running and the time correct. It being a stem winder, the supposition is that in mas ticating its food the bass wound up the watch daly." Card of Thanks. Wm. " Weggenman and daughter, Mrs. Minnie Gleason, desire to return their thanks to many friends who ren dered them kindnesses during the last illness of Mrs. Weggenman, and es pecially to those young men who rode several miles to inform Mr. Weggen man of the sad ooourance. A KNIFE in the haud of a Surgeon gives you a feeliug of hor ror and dread. There is no louger necessity for ila use in many diseases form erly regarded as iucurablc without cutting. . Tiie Triumph of Conservative Surgery Is well illustrated by the fact fat DIlDTilPP or Breach, is now radically RUr 1 UiVC cred withAt the knife aud w"hout pain. Clumry. chafinij trusses can be thrown away I They never cure but often induce Inflammation, strauRiilatioa and- death. TJlf-irjOC 0orian. Fibroid (Uterine) and 1 umtivo, many others, are now removed without the perils of cutting operations. PH F TIItfOF? however lare. Fis riLL, HJilvyivO, tula auj other diseases of the lower bowet, arc perrcaueuUy cured with out pain or resort to the knife. CTONF in the Bladder, no matter bow large, 5 Vnij js crushed, pulverized, washed ou.t and perfectly removed without cutting. CTRIfTl !PF of Urinary Passage is also 011UW1U1L( removed without cutting in hundreds of cases. For pamphlet, references and all pariictilars, send io cents (in stamps) to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Main Street, Buualo, N. Y. ad those soon .tor become . mothers, bhouid know that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription roba childbirth of Its tor tures, terrors and dang-eTS to both mother and child, by, aiding nature in pre. paring tne svnem for uarturition, Thereby "labor" and the period of confinement are' greatly shortened. It also promote tht secretion, of an abundance of nourishment lor tna emia. Mrs. Dora A. GoTirerB. of Oakley, Ovrrlon Co., Tenn., writes: "When I began taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, I was not able to stand on my feet without suffering almost death. Now I do all my housework, washing, cooking, sewing and everything for my family 01 eight. I am stouter now than I have been in six years. Your ' Favorite Prescription ' is the best to take before confinement, or at least it proved so with me. I never suffered so little with any sf mj children as I did with njr but." ma? THAT HURRIED DEPARTURE. Parker Owen Made His Arrest and Se cured His Man Without Requisition Papers. The Dalles, Aug. 23, 1895, Elitor Tijixs-Mi'nsTUSSsK: At the time General Grant took Vicksburg it was reported to Abraham T.innoln that the general was drunk, Lincoln replied that if he knew the brand of whisKy tnat want usea. ne would send a barrel to every general in the Union army. The burning question of today is what kind of whisky did the officer from Michigan have when he a greenhorn (?) at the business could come to The Dalles, and arrest O. D. Taylor without any requi sition papers at all, and so be-fuddle the reverend's, attorney that he did not know a requisition paper from a Missouri search warrant and allowed his client to be taken out of the state. The true facts are the requisition papers had been mislaid in the governor's office, and never sup posed, until the officer reached The Dalles, that they were not folded away in the envelope with the warrant; but on looking for them, he found that he had left them in saiera. so, repairing to a saloon to brace himself up for the arduous task of bluffiag the reverend's attorney into the idea he had the proper papers, he quickly took his man out of the state, verily! t,a, let us get onto that brand of whisky. Selah. AN OPEN RIVER. Preparations For This Gtaud Event Being Made by Those Interested. Great preparations are being made for the opening of the Columbia river, and facilities will be given to shippers not heretofore enjoyed. The mam moth warehouse now being built will be sufficient to accommodate the large amount of wool and wheatthat will be marketed at this point and also the freight for local and interior dealers. The D. P. & A. N. Co. has purchased the vacant lot west of the Cosmopoli tan hotel, and this will be used for an incline to the warehouse, for the pas sage of wagons or vehicles. This will be a commodious passage way to and from the warehouse, and will be a great convenience to shippers. There is also a report current, the truth of which we cannot substantiate, that the O. R. & N. Co. will repair its dockage on the river front, and it un questionably has the best landing for II stages of water in this vicinity. There can be no doubt that the O. H. & N. Co. will have boats on the mid dle river as soon as the locks are com pleted, and will be a competitor for a share of the trade. With an open river the business done at this point will largely increase, and not anv one line of boats will be able to maintain a monopoly. A New Town. Mr. Hellinger, of Tacoma. Wash.. arrived in the city last night, and left for Centralia, the new town an Fifteen- Mile creeic, where fie will erect a wagon and blacksmith shoo. This projected town is situated in a good arming country, but it is too near Dufur to ever amount to much as a trading point. The TlMEs-MOUN-TINEEER will never lend its aid to any O. D. Taylor land-booming scheme, and for this reason it is opposed to every owner of a forty-acre lot laying out a townsite and inducing men to invest in desirable "locations." It is a species of duplicity that cannot be reached by statute, out it should be frowned down by the moral sense of every community. Centralia may be able to support a hotel and blacksmith shop, .but Dufur is only a few miles distant, has established places of busi ness, and wiil hold the trade of the farmers in that portion of the county for many years to come. Acknowledgments Received. Mr. Judd' Fish, of the fourth of July committee, has received the following: To the Fonrth of July Committee of the Citizens of The Dalles-. Sies: At the last regular meeting of company A, Third regiment, O, N, G., I had properly presented the beau tiful gold medal you had prepared for the company, and it was received with enthusiasm. A unanimous vote of thanks was tendered your committee, aud I was instructed to express the gratitude of our company to yourselves and the citizens of The Dalles for your generous gift and courteous hospital ity in our visit to your city. Company A will earnestly ,endeayqp to merit your generous reward, and see that no. act of ours shall ever tarnish the brightness of the jewel won. Very Respectfully, V. C. Brock Capt. Co. A, Third regiment, O. N. G. A Sock Dolager. The following is perpetrated by the Baiter City Denyocrat: "A few weeks ago a young man" from McEwen bought a pair of socks containing a note saying the writer was an employe of the Kenosha, Wis., knitting works and wanted a good husband. She gave her name, and requested the buyer, if unmarried, to write with a view of matrimony. The young man who found the note considered the matter in all its phases, and then decided, to write to the girl. He did. Awaiting with anxiety he was at last awarded with a curt letter, stating that the girl was the mother of two children, and had been married four years, and the letter had been written ever so long ago. It was a 'sock dolager,' and the young man hunted for a solution. He found it. The merchant of whom he bought the socks didn't advertise. ' Letters Advertised, The following is the list of letters remaining in The Dalles postoffice un called for August 23. 1895. Per sons calling for these letters will please-l give tne date on which tney were ad vertised: Bentley, W. J. Cook, Mrs. N. C. Hansom, Hang HoUsworch, . Lewis, John M. Martin, Mrs. E. Nichols, J. Campbell, John. Feebly, Judge. Hico, A- K. Kinney, J. K. Mathews, J. W. Morgan, M. G. Roach, Mrs. W. H". Swart, Mrs. Lizzie SeatQn, J; D. . Smith, Sam. Smith, Miss Trixy. Waller.Mrs. M. J. Wilson, Fred; A. J. A. Crossen P. M. Edward Jackson Drowned. Edward Jackson, of Myrtle Point, was drowned at Bandon last Saturday. It seems that the unfortunate man was fathering mussels on the rocks, below the moutn of the Coquille, and was washed into the sea by a wave. His head was crushed by striking against a rock, rendering him helpless, The lifesaving crew grappled for the body, and their efforts were rewarded by its recovery on Sunday morning. Mr. Johnson was about 27 years old, and was married a few years since to Miss Warner, a niece of R. W. Getty, of Empire. His family consists of two children, one aged two years and the other 11 months. lAnd Transfers.' Aug. 21 United States to C H. Stoughton; s i sw J and sw J se t sec 7, tp 1 s, r 15 e; cash purchase. Aug. 21 United States to J. H. Mo sier; lot 5 sec 1, tp 2 n, r 11 e; cash purchase. Aug. 22. W. H. Wilson and wife to C. W. D.ietzel; beginning at se cor. block 11, Dalles City, westerly 90 feet; thence northerly 72i feet; thence easterly 90 feet; thence southerly to the place of beginning; $805. Aug. 23.C. W. Dietzel to Samuel Wilkinson; the same property; $950. Land Surveys Approved. The contracts let by Surveyor-General Arnold for the survey of that por tion of the Willamette Valley & Cas cade Mountain Wagon Road Com pany's grant, included within the limits of the Cascade forest reserve, has been approved by the commis sioner of the general land office, and work will be commenced forthwith. It was for this purpose that Colonel Robert E. Mitchell started out to look over the line of the wagon road a th.9 interest of the company. ' 1 ". Wood! Wood! Wood! Oak, fir and slab wood at minimum rates. Send us your order from the nearest telephone. ' JOS. T. PETEK3 &, CO. wire You fry fish, or oysters in Cottolene they will not be greasy. Always have the skillet or frying: pan cold when the Cottolene is pnt in. Remember that Cottolene heats to the cooking point sooner than lard and that it must not be allowed to bun. I when rightly used, never im parts to the food any disa greeable greasy odor or fla vor. For pastry or any ashortenincr rmmrvM hiit ' 0 r r , a the quantity that was form erly used of lard, is neces- i sary if Cottolene 9 Look fortht Cottolmo trmdmarics "CM tolent" mnd Kmt'i htmd in cotton plant vrmathan avery tin. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY.-St. Louis, 5w York, Bmtra. BORN. BROW In this citv. Aue 22. to the wife of Mr. nrown, a aaugnrer. MAKXAt The ' nlle, Aug. 18th, to tbo wift of J. a. Maun, a eou. MARRIED. JO CHIM VOm RADIO- In thi- cty Aug. 14th, hv Ii. S, D .vis, J P , Mi Julia J a.hiin to Hen- nut is&ri von naaice a catarrh cure. State of Ohio, City op Toledo, ) Lucas County. f Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of r . j. vjheney K CO., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tue sum oi jj,JCj a. U IN UiX&D VULe LARS for each and every case of Ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the use OI HALL S CATARRH CURE, FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of Decem- oer, a. u. .tooo. A. W. GLEASON, SEAL. Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly qn the blood and raucous surfaces' of the system. Send tor testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. 0"Sold by Druggists, 75c. Vacation Time Is at hand and is srladlv welcomed bv an, especially xnose wnose duties in life have caused them to srreatlv run down their system to meet the require ments, pnysicai ana mental, forced upon them. With these and others, it is important, wnetnec at norae. at the seashore, or in the country, that some thought be given to diet, and as further assistance to nature, a good building-up medicine like Hood's Sar saparilla had best be resorted to. If the digestion is poor, liver deranged and frequent heaqaohes seem to be the rule, Hood's will change all this and enable everyone to return to their home and business in a refreshed state of mind and bodily-health. NOTICE, List Of Warrant Bemainlofr In the Clerk's Office Unclaimed (or Seven Tear or More. The following is a list of warrants issued seven years prior to the 1st day of July '95, and which have not been paid. If these said warrants are not pre sented for payment within 60 days from the date of this publication they will be cancelled, and payment thereof will be refused: Allen, Thos. May io, 18S8 $ Allen, Geo. March 12, 1888 Allen, Fred Jany. 13, 1887 Allen, Geo. Sept. Ta, 1887 Ah-Uohn, Sept. jz, 1887 Brown, Z. March 13, 1887 ,. Briscoe, John Jan... 10, 1888 Brown, C B. Nov. 11, 1887 Brown, L. C. May lo, 1888 Benton, Jas. M. Sept. 18, 1886 Burke, Wm. March 14, 1 887 Collins J. U. Sept 10, 1888 Coon, John May 10, 1889 Clarno, Chas. March 13, 1889 Crow. Wm. Ma V29, 1888 I 70 I 3Q 1 '70 I 20 70 70 OO 00 70 20 70 Oq 00 70 00 7o 70 00 20 70 20 Cody, E July t), 188 - j Uielland, W. lx- Jan. 15, 1889 Chillingworth, Geo. Jan. 10, 1888--Cameron, August July 7, 1888 Crown, George Jan. 15, 1889 Corcoran, 'J. March 12, 1888 Chandler, Chas. March 14, 1887.. Carnes, Wm. May 6, I887 Carlton, John May 6, 1887 Clark, Robert May 6, 1887.- Chenoweth, C. May 6, 1887 Christianson, John July 12, 1887 Clark, Robert E. Jan ij, 1887. Clark. Mollie July 18, 1885 Punlap, Clark Jan 14, 1889 Downing, Ben May lo, 1889--.-- Drumm, Jacob Sept. 13, 1886 - Davis, James July 12, 18S7 Davidson, Charles July 10, 1886-. Edwards, Martha May 6, 1887 Edwards,- Julia May 6, I887 Eastwood, Harry Kept. 10. 1888 Ellis, W, R, March 12, 1888 Ellis, W illiam Nov 8, 1888 Fonberg. George March 14, 1887. Farley, W. C. January 10, 1888 Friendly, L. E, March 10, 1888 Poster, John January i2, 1889.,-, Griffith, T March 10, -1S88 Nrow, W. J. March "2, 1889 GiUings. A. V September iO, 1888 Qrant, George May 6, 1887 Carran, William May 6. 1887 Grav, James May 6, 1887 Gardner. Ida March 14, 1887 Grosse, E. January 13, 1887 Griffith, W January iO, 1887,---Hing, (Chinaman) May 11, 1888 Hagan, H. 11. July 6, 1888 Hempshill, John Ma.y iO, 1889 Hall, George May iO, 1889 Harkins. Mike March 13, 1889 Hamen, H. March ii, 1888 Hibbert, Bert March 12, 1888 Harris, J. E. November 8. 1886 Hudson, Robert July 12, 1887 Hildbert, Lewis May 6, I887 Holsfords, F. March 14, I887 Holsford, S. January, 13, 1887... Johnson, Anna May 10, I889 Jordan, Edward May 10, 1888 Jim Lee, May 6, 1887 Jim Ah (Chinaman) May 6, 1887. lames, G. W. May 6. I887 Knight, J. N. October 9. 1888 Koehler, Chas. November 8, 1888 Kelsay, C. L.January 10, 1888 Kennedy,!. E. July 7, 1888- Kelsay, W. S- January 10, 1887 Kearly, Mr. May 6, I887 Kirk, J. S November 11, 1S87--, Ladd, Wm. September 10. 1888., Lilly, Burt November U, 1887 Lane. L. July la, I887 Lancaster, James Sept. 12 I887 Lombre, January li, I887 - Mcintosh, B W. July 6, 1888- Mapes. George January I5, 1889 Montgomery, R. March 10, i889--Milier, Joseph September 10,1883 Metzdorf; Charles Sept. 18, 888 Magnan, G January 10, 1888.... McBean.J. July I2, 1887 Monoghan.1. May 6, 1887 Morgan, I. K. May 6, 1887 Nichols, J. A. January 10. 1888 Norvack, C. March I4, 1837...., O'Donnell, T, March 1888 Peo, (yonng) July la, 1887-.-. Pigons, Bob July Li. 1887- Peo (second) Julv la, 1887 Rowley, G, H. May 10, 1888..,,. 39 60 3 00 I "70 I JO 1 70 2 OO 1 2o 1 70 3 00 2 00 H so 1 70 2 00 1 70 1 70 1 70 6 00 1 7O 10 00 1 70 1 70 00 70 70 :6 2 1 1 1 3 I 70 17 00 1 70 1 70 1 70 2 10 Ross, D. March . '88o Robbins, A. L. Aiarch M, 1889 ogers. H. C. fav i0. 188 Ross. I E. March 12. 1880 Rapp, C. January 1 5, 1 889 Richie, E. March 10, 1888.-.. Runyan, W. S. Mav 10. 1880 Reece, T. November, 1888 Rittenhoff, January 10, 1887 ... Robinson, fames Sent i. 1886.. Smabonney, (Indian woman) May 6. 1887- ... . Schufenberger, C. July I2, 1887 Smith, M. P. Julv I2, 1887 Stewart,! W. May 6. 1887 Sinecal, V. lanuarv 10. 1887 Smith, H. January 10, 1887 Stafford, M. September I3. 1886 Strannahan. O. G. Sent. i. 1886 Schadewitz, H. July 6. 1888 Sitler, D. C. Mav. 11. I880 Stillenger, M. January I4, I889-.. smitn, Bertie March U, I889.... 1 70 Talty. Hugh January 6, I889 1 70 Toney. November 8. 1888 170 Toney, do do 1 70 1 nompson. A C. Man h 10. 1888 00 Turnbuil, Dan January 16, I889 1 70 Thornburght, F.July 12 1887 1 70 Thompson, Andrew V ay 6, 1887 a 00 Thomas, Jake September I3, 1888 1 70 Willard, G. S. July la, 1887 2 00 wenin, ueorge, May 6, 1887 1 Wamac. C. lanuai v 1. 1887 1 70 70 70 Williams, J. January I3, 1887 1 Velter, Charles May 11, 1888 1 Yee Sing, September I3, 1886.. 1 70 Total $363 I State of Oregon, 1 y ss. County op Wasco. ) 1, A. Jvl Kelsav. Counrv riorlr nf wasco uounty, state of Oregon, da hereby certify that the foregoing is o full and complete list of all County iiamuiis issueu seven years prior to the first day of July. 1895. now remain. ing- in my omce unpaid. IN TESTIMONY WHl!R1!nPt horra hereunto set mv hand nnd nfflrafl th seai 01 tne county Court this 11th day r-t T..1. A "TV , Qrv" - A. M. Kelsay, County Clerk 8CMMON9. In the Circuit Court of the gttte of Oreeon. for Wasco County. -' In Equity. Th German Savlnirs nnd Loan Sooietv, plaintiff, vs. w. irftrae u. nj aim a. u. JtcuormioJc, To T. J Moy, Carrie D. Mvr and S. B McGormirlr ii we name oi Ene hcilza or nmm. 1 icuuircu wj aDDear na anaurr nnrst complaint niea gain9i you in the above en uic uj i ae nrn a .y oi tile next term of ihe entitled court following ihs.xpimtion of the time prescribed in the order for publi a ion of this sum mons, which flrat da will be Monday, the eleventh day of November; 1895, and if you fill to so appear and answer, for wnt thereof nl.tnciff 0,111 ni . ia court tor tue renei demanded in Us eompla nt. .civ. unjuuM u ia md lorectjsure or a certain n.ortaraa--executed nnd da. ivarei hv HrnH.r,.. t 4 ny and Came ay, bis wife, to plaint ff, on nr about March 16. 189 i, to cm e to p aint ft the papment of certain prominso y note of defend ant, T J. Miv and Ca ri U May, for W000 pay, ble March 16, 18 15, with interest at ihe rats of seven per can. pera-mum, tla said mortgage oonvpyed scribed real property situaieii in the eoumv of aw uiKau utaa aui UUh UUI IUIH I nas iniinainir Wso, statr. of Oregon: Tho eut bait () and the east half (H) of touthweat quarter (14) of section Uliocu iwy, U UI CHOD I1X edn I IO : tnA Mat hall yy,) nu noun nan () of southwest quater (1) of ev. uu eyeu .in 1 ly, inetastnot f j) and noith nurthea-tqu rter (1) aud n rtnweat nuvia Hint 0uu.unv9vuvM.ncr OISICICU tWeutP-tWO VtzY. the nortb ftaf (H of nor he.t nuart . X xmthwest quarter (i) of nortbewt quarter (X the uviiuu... ,1 no, auut.neast quart jr yv) I nortb we t qu.ne' (y,) of secUou twauty-e ght (28) a 1 of the jove described real property be ntf in town Ship one (1) north of ran e lourteen (U) east of the wiiamtte ueudan, county and nuts aforesaid: amiurther dee ee bair.nir and foieclo in r van anil tacb of you, from and oi any and all right, title. inteiBtt anl eojitv i r. dar.,i,tl,.n in . reid eal property aud every part thereof; and en joi . nit you, add8. U. McOormica, from setting-up at.y right, tit e or in ere. in, to or upon said real pr-per..) U opposition to the ilea of p aintiS s said mortgage. Ihis summons la published by orler of Hon. W L. Brausuaw. iudire of the .W. nti.i mads August 10, 1893. - ' MILTON W. SMITH, ul7 Attorney for Plaintiff. Application for Liquor License. Cascadi Locks, Falls Ps'ciwct, Wasco Countv. Btat. el Oregon NOTICE IS HCRRBT GIVEN THAT I. THOMAS ISrully. ot said Drecmct and oountr. will ..n the 14th day ot Set t mer. 1&I6. dd v to tha County Court of tb ab ce-named county f jr .o na to sell spirituous, mat ant vinous liquor in less quaititiie. tnan one gallon. Falls Piec- ct, Wasco County, Statu ot Oregon, UASCABI LOCKS, I ALLS FBrcrsr, Warn Countv. Stats of ukwui To tha Honorable County Court of Wasoo County,- vmuu. w. the under!rned tax pavers and leiral votara n rails rreciucs, county an. Hace iiioreiia, respect full v petiti your nouorab e court to grant a license to -moans a u y, to sen spirituous, vinous ant malt liquor at the town ot Caso.de. Locks, said pr. cinct, in less quantities than ons arallon fur tha period of one vstr. KAMSS. KAHS. T W Dadder " " Wm McK -usie Kenneth McKeszie F D loiylas P 8b. ringer A J Knightly W M f rains J i-uiliva.i David Valo J E Serbin W A Calvar . C B Lee C r. M1 er Ihos Waters Geo Hal es H C Field Timothy uiller ft titxaimons W Ward - v Matt Weber James Stewart , P Paulsen Hatr Gray John Trana John u'Leary ca v usury T V Lewis It Neljon C L -chmidt J C Casey G oryeH Lewiston J Garretjcn t W 1 etricK Wm Brownfleld P basso J B smith ri Lomuut W K Uergaton A H Paruei) R Bla k P A rinegan Geo Urap James A Dlmmlck Ben D0D1 M. O Moready Dr C J Canoiana B R.iura H f Harptum F RoKrs Tun Brennan J L Watt Gourley Thos anion W Lynch R ii Birnle M Fitspera'd Fa' eullivta A Thorin N J Murphy Thos Cylo P lolan E R B rlimer B If Al rich rncis a Uday Is.i Mo in K Holland i U Mcluaac Nam MoCary vxt Wilson D C Lewis I. Hon eraftelli Anirust Pdterson F G uuueon Aug Wilson ' A Low Grant , J Vard nner - A Leavens P Griffl 1 PPKa.d n A Oat.tr B Camery Allen tt caver A KTr.sk Pat MoLatney Thomas Kins Benjamin Pedis t H Kesti.o Wm Day W Morris B Ald.ich KJ Mehb i Walker P Williims A F Col is John Ti.eism Wm Lavcotk B Lllleg-ard L Malm William Houston M Lravens J Itlroks William Coutts J F shannon i - McKay T H Wallum A B Andrews J hn Sundiroiat ttobert Brows CBL'0 Matt Butorao Mike -.ink O E Wilson Dan FuUivan Wm Straiton aug 17 yMfaakjafcH ' -'Afasssk si It aJVVatls1lfa7T Itlsfl Wm 7 THE BEST : PIPE TOBACCQ SrCOND STREET Three Doors From Court. MEALS IRE SERVED AT ALL HOCRS OKLl 25 CIS. A MEAL. The Tables ar Forrisbid with tb BIST the market affords . ITERIB Win be served ta) aaj stvlc dunngtb Mason w fain Restaurant 701 Removal Notice 01 50 0 70 I 00 I 00 00 70 0 On and after July 70 70 00 70 M. T. 7s 0 00 so Will be at Ho. 54 Second 20 20 HEXT DOOR Corner 70 New ToDay 55 I We have just received a new line of the latest improved Cyclone Nozzles for spraying fruit trees. Call in and see them Before you buy. They are self-cleaning. ffiHIER The Oro Fine AD. KELLHR, MANAGER. -A COMPLETE LINK OF- IMPORTED and DOMESTIC LIQUORS and CIGARS Jfo. OO Second door from The corner of Court Street . . . COLUMBIA PACKING COMrANT Corner Third and Cured Hams, Bacon Dried Beef aod Tomes, And the Best Beefsteaks, Mutton Chops and Veal Cutlets in the Market. - Orders Delivered to Fresh Vegetables on THE GERMAN I A STUBLING & WILLIAMS, PROPS. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars All brands of Imported and Genuine Key West CALIFORNIA : WINES : AND : BRANDIES Twelve-year-old Whiskey, strictly pure, for medicinal pur poses. Malt Liquor. Columbia Brewery Beer on draught. 94 Second Street. RUPERT & CHBEL Wholesal and retail manufacturers of andjdealers in Harness, Saddles, Tents, and Wagon Covers. . And A.rtiol kpt In Flrtt Ota Hmmm Shop. REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. THE DALLES OREGON. EVERYBODY IS SURPRISED - CALIFORNIA WINE HOUSE CHHRLES BECHT. i Court Street, Between Front and Second. San i Francisco t Beer Hall ST. LEMRli Wines, liquors and cigars. ALL KINDS OF BOTTLKD BEER COLUMBIA BREWERY BEER ON DRAUGHT WASHINGTON STREET, BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD. 15, 1895, the Book Store Nolan, Street, TO GROCERY of Union and Seoqttd Streets & BENTON. Wine Eooms feaDd Brandies io ihe City THE DALLES, OREGOU Washington Streets. Anv Part of the Citv Sale at the LowestPrices. Liquors, Ale and Porter, Cigars. A Full Line of TIIK DALLES, OK Bridles, Collars, Opposite Moody's Warehouse ABOUT THE FINE QUALITY AND t fTxr price OF WINES AT THE Best Grades of Any Kinds ot Liquors Always on Hand. Also Columbia Brewery Beer on Draught. Orders D-jlirered to Any Part of the City. PROPRIETOR. THE DALLES, OREGON Proprietor.