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DISAPPEARANCE OF YoUNO GlBL8.
Advertisements for young girls, just in
their teens, who have disappeared
from their homes, are quite common
now. There 'Was never before a time
in lioohe6ter when the street walkers
were so numerous as at present and
'they are many of them of theyourfg.
er claas,littlo more than children. The
'liberal expenditure of bounty money
'has -something to do with this state of
'things no doubt, here and elsewhere,
ilf the war continues much longer our
people will be so thoroughly debauch,
ed that there will be little worth saving
dn the nation. Rochester tlnion.
We hear that many of these "miss
ling girls" have found their way to this
city, and are also more or less inter
ested in the "liberal expenditure of
bounty money," which is constantly
being made by soldiers camping here,
or coming from and .going to tbeir re
pective regiments. Our streets'. just
. sow aro thronged with brazen faced
nymphs dupave, who have nearly suc
ceeded in elbowing oll'decent women
from the publio promenades. And
among them may frequently be seen
some young face a faoe which has not
.yet lost all the native -sweetness ot in
nocence and childhood, but which,
alas ! is too surely deemed to wear ere
long the revolting smirk and the dis
gusting effrontery which raam the
features of the most bold-faced "bouri
of hell." . "MisBing girls 1" yes, raiss.
ing forever the hallowed influences of
the home circle for which they were
'intended missing from the hearts
that might have loved, and the arms
that might have wrought for them
missing from the roll of the blessed
and beloved of that Lord and Savior,
whom their lips hourly revile and bias-
iheme. Only the divine hand that
ifted Mary Magdalen from the depths
can reach them now. Harrisburg Pa
triot and, Union.
Americanized Chinaman. We have
lately heard of a couple of instances
'which go to show that John has caught
i. i . .0.1 i i i -
mo spirit ui mo age, aim m "inarcuiug
on." Sot long ago, on a hot sunny
day, one of the California Stage Co.'s
coaohes was rolling down the bills to
wards this city with several passen
gers, and among the number a lady
and child and a Chinese merchant.
The sun was scorching hot. and the
child, like its mother, was in danger
of becoming tanned, or perhaps sun
struck. In order , to guard against
either of such dire calamities, the lady
aid to John : "John, if you will hold
this parasol over my daughter to Ma-
rysville, I will give you two dollars
and a halt. To this proposition John
indignantly replied : "You hold para
sol ober me to MarvBvillo I gib you
five dollar." The lady opened her
eyes with astonishment, and subsided
The second instance occurred in this
city a few days ago. A Chinaman
wanted to go to Sacramento, and hired
a carriage to take rim to the steamer,
On arriving and going on board, he
was refused the cabin As the morn
ing was cold, and John was almost
frozen, such "coolness ' raised bis dan
der, and he concluded without long
reflection that he would patronize
some other line. He therefore found
the man who had taken him to the
boat, gave him a dollar to drive him
to the stage office, paid his fare, and
had as warm a seat as any other Men
can man. Both these Chinamen were
wealthy merchants, and able to pay
for parasol coverings or cabin passages.
MILLINERY & DRESSMAKING.
fV&T RECEIVED FROM SAN FRANCISCO. A FINE
.P lot of Fancy Goods, suitable for the Hull
days, consisting 01
Ladles' Hats, Bonnets, Cloaks,
and a yarlotyof other Goods, which together with a lot
of UN IS FURS, win De disposed 01 at cost.
H. A. O'ROURKE, Third street,
dlO-tf One square east of the Catbollo Church
To Carpenters and Contractors The
building of the School House fur the SISTERS OF
CHARITY, will he given to the lowest bidder. For the
,d Conditions, annlv to FATHER VERMEESCH
Propositions will be received UU tho lit of March. folS-td
Main (St reet. Dalles.
MRS. C. IIODELI,, having Just returned from
the city of San Francisco with a targe and well as
sorted stock of the most approved and latest styles of
MILLINERY.DRESS & CLOAK GOODS,
alse, a well assorted stock of the most fashionable style of
for Ladles' garments, all of which are of recent importa
tion from ubope and New York is now amply prepared
to manufacture to order,
Ladies' Hats. Bonnets, Dresses,
CLOAKS, etc.,'t SHORT NOTICE, and at LOW PRICES
She embraces1 tbls opportunity of rendering, her sincere
thanks to her numerous friends and customers for their
liberal patronage heretofore awarded her, and to most re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the same. ocl7-tf
MANUFAOTUBER AND IMPOKTIK OF . .
Carriage, Concord, Buggy and Stage
H A. H. IV E S S!
California Mule Team and Farm Har
ness. Cardura and Bniriry Whips, Whalebone and
California Stage Stocks and Lashes, and
Silver Mounted Mexican Vaquero Saddles
fine Texan Hanger Saddles, California Mochlllas, aud fine
English Shatter and Ladies' Saddles! .
Silver Mounted Hair and Fanoy Bridles 1
and Riding Whips, always on hand. A full assortment of
Mexican et, uaiixorma striate nits at spurn
Leather Backed brushes, Curry Combs and Cards, and a
general assortment of SADDLERY HARDWARE. Also,
on hand and made to order, .
APARAJOISS, CAHUNAS AND TAPOJOS I
t3 Repairing done with neatness and dispatch.
V. A. HAKE,
f4-tf Main street, opposite Washington.
Better's Celebrated Hair Restorative
In August. 1859. 1 had a violent attack of the typhoid fever
that resulted in deadening uty hair to such a degree that, in
stead of all falling off, as is uxual in such cues, and a new
growth taking its place, it fell off slowly until entire bald
ness seemed to be my fate as no sign of new hair was per
ceptible. In December of 1801, whilst undergoing a tonno
rial operation at the hands of THOMAS DKTTKH, he in
formed me he hod a hair restorative ot uis own invention,
which he believed would restore my lost hair. I immedi
ately commenced Applying it, and in a very short time, a
young growth of fine lialr made its appearance, and con
tinued to gain strength an long as I continued it use, which
was from fourto six weeks. 1 have no doubt but. if I had
have been so circumstanced as to have been able to con'
tlnue the applications uninterrupted, I should now hae
a full head of hair. As It Is, I ssn anything but bald. MK.
DETTEH'S KEST01UTIVK succeeded where aU other fait-
ed. J. vAKx (in Kit,
Lewhton, July 4. 1862. witness, Isaac Deiti.
II. J. WALDHON, gole Agent Drugstore, Main street.
thtm door below u.njt, uaiies, uregon. a en-1 m
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
ON HAND, 40 TONS OF GROUND
01TS, AV1IBAT AND BARLEY,
The VERY BEST FKKO fhr Hones and Cattle.
For sale by , II EMI Y I. AW & CO.,
m7-tf second street, Dalles.
' CORNER 8EC0XD AND WASHINGTON STRUTS,
JOS. TKAL. ... Proprietor.
HAS KsSMUVlSU TO HIS NEW,
Building, where he Is prepared to
furnish Steamboats. Hotels, Restaurants,
sod Families with tho choicest
Beef, Mutton, Pork and "Veal.
81auirhterinir none bnt the best and fattest cattle, those
who desire CHOICE COTS may at all times roly upon be
ing suited. jus. THAI
ocdO-tf Cornor Second and Washington streets, Dalles.
E ML I I R E M A It K E T.
JOHN MICIIELBACII has refitted np
the building at the corner of Second
and B streets, as a Aret-class Market, where
he will Keep the best quality or
MUTTON, BEEF AND PORK,
which 1m will sell cheaper than any other market at the
Dalles. The public are respectfully Invited to give me a
can. tia-tij juun MiUflKl.BAUH
Aliot and Three Houses, situated on
tho south side of Second street, between Court and
Washington streets. Centrally located, this property is
sure to iucrease in value and offers au excellent opportu
nity lor investment. For inrtver particulars, apply to 11.
DOltNINO, at the Mount UoodSa.
Private Residence in Dalles City
1 U1C WVJUlli.
mHE Valuable Private-'
X Residence of L. W. COE, and the
adjoining ORNAMENTAL GRuUNDS,
and COTTAGE belonging to MRS.
GRAVES, are offered for SALE. For
particulars enquire of F. 0. BROWN, Esq., DalUis City
or or u. K. ukavks, in t-ortiami. ociq-tr
The stock of the DALLES AND UMATILLA WAG
ON ROAD COMPANY having been all subscribed,
there will be a meeting of the Stockholders of said Com
pany ax the office of W . D. Blgelow, In Dalles City, Ors-
son, on stow DA X, Marco 7th, low.
W. D. BIOELOW, '
I . J. 8. REYNOLDS,
Dalles, Febroary 3, 189. foS-td Incorporators.
ILL'S PALE SOAP, for sals by
HENRY LAW CO., Second street.
Zl - " . .
BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
First Street, between Halo and B,
JOB PRINTING OF EVERY VARIETY
' Executed with acenracy and dispatch.
IN A STYLE THAT WILL COMPAiUS FAVORABLY
with the Yery best, and
AT BATES AS CHEAP AS TEE CHEAPEST
Cards and It i 1 1-IIcads .
CHECKS, DRAFTS, RECEIPTS,
OSTERS AND PROGRAMMES
HEATRES, CONCERTS EXHIBITIONS,
PRINTED IN TBI MOST ATTRACTIVE MANNER. ALSO,
BILLS OF FA EE,
Uriels and Pamphlets,
VISITING, WEDDING AND "AT HOME" CARDS
Druggists' . Labels,
In short, everything that can be done in a Book and Job
Printing Unlce, train the smallest and most delicate Card
or Circular, to the largest size and most showy Posting
Bill and which will De turned out In a style that cannot
fail tf)insure entire satisfaction..
OUR rACIUTIES FOR THI EXECUTION 0T
In the most beautiful Colors, Shades and Tints.
Such as Fancy Posting Bills!
From a single Shoot to the Largest Mammoth.
ORNAMENTAL SHOW CARDS
FURFUMERS LABELS. o
Are unsurpassed by those of any other establishment in
Oregon. We devote special attention to this brunch of the
business, and are continually adding to onr already exten
sive aid well appointed assortment of material,
NEW TYPES, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS,
, o5c, rfc, rfc,
Of the most modern and elaborate designs. Onr stock o
FANCY INKS, TINTS, AC.
Are of the finest quality, and for richness of color and
durability, cannot be equaled in the State.
The principle upon which business ii ashed for tins ee-
tabl lull men t is, that nernonn will commit their own inter
ent, by awarding their custom to that office in which
their money can be expended to the beat advantage. To
this end we aollcit all iu want of good Printing, at very
reasonable charges, to call and examine specimeuB, and
Judge for yourselves. ,
Orders from the Upper Country
Will have our special care, and friends from the Interior
may rely upon having their orders tilled promptly, as we
HAVE THE ONLY IMPROVED GORDON POWER PRESS
In the State ofOreeon! .
, , MOUNTAINEER OFFICE
nl!8-tf Dalles, Oregon.
SIGNS! SIGNS! SIGNS!
HOUSE AND SIGN FAINTER.
Colors, Putty, Brashes, Olne, etc.
Paper Hangings, Window Shades, Fixtures, to. 1-tf
IALLES CITY DRUG STORE.
WBOLISALI AND JtKTAIL
DEALER IN DRUGS,
Po yrt aril 7Vf m . , ( .Qaami
PAfENT MEDICINE8, Ac. 1-tf
IIK SUBSCRIBER has inado arrangements to receive
very TUSKDAY a lull supply of
Josslyn's Superior flutter.
Families and others will be supplied on application.
Ja261tf M. RKN1G,
Main Street, Dalles'
I. hereby given that the Stockholders of the CEN
TRAL ROAD AND UIUDGK COMPANY will meet
Auburn, Baker county, Oregon, on FRIDAY, the 11th day
of March, A. ., 1804, to eleottlirectors of the Incorporation.
, OKO. 8 LOCUM, '
JOUN A. LYTLE,
Auburn, Jan. 28, 1304. jfll-30d Incorporators.
100 VOLUNTEERS WANTED!
ry0 SERVE THREE TEARS, UNLESS SOONER Dlf.
JL charged. Those serving two years, OT to tile close of
the war, will be entitled to -
The company will consist of one Captain, one First anil
one Second Lieutenant, one 1st Sergeant, ane Qna.-ter-niaster
Sergeant,one Commissar' Sergeant. Ave Sergeants,
eight Corporals, two Teamsters, two Farriers or Black'
sniiths,oneSaddler,one Wagoner and tewniy-eiijht Private.
The enlisted men will be sent to Fort Dalles, at Govern
ment expense, to be mustered Into tho service of the
Rated of Pay.
First Sergeant. S20 ner month : all other Serceantt. f 1 1
Corporal. (14; Farrier and UlackBinltu, $16 ; Private. $1 3
addition the men will ba fnrnlshod with clothing
arms, eqnipments, subsistence, quarters and medical afi
leraunco. 'ine allowance lor clothing Is three dollars and
Jiffy tents per month. When an enlisted man draws less
than hit yearly allowance of clothing he will be entitled
S receive the difference in money. The men wilt be eu
listed as Privates. .
Recruits presenting themselves at the office, will be eb
titled to two dollars, when mastered into sorvice.
"'- Recruiting Officer.
43 Offlcs on Court street, two doors north of Couri
House, Dalles. J24-tf
Corner of Third and B Sfs.,
DALLES, OREGON. ,
JOHH EPPINGER, -, - - - ' Proprietor
alHR UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECTFUL- JSJ
, ly inform his friends and tbe public, that he f Lri'ij
has completed and opened a fine three Btory HO l.rjJJ(
TEL, on the corner of Third and 1) streets, MltJLillilL
ami has pleasant and coinmodiyis rooms for the couveis
lence of Travelers, and has fnmlshed the same in good
style, as be has tho house throughout, and Is prepared for
the patronage of the public.
FINE DINING ROOMS AND PARLORS
are attached to the house, and all the conveniences reqtil
site for a well regulated Hotel. No pains Will be spareil
to rendor guests comfortable ami give the most perfect
satisfaction to all who may fuvorthe honstf With their pati
ronage. The house is pleasantly sitoateti in a qiiiet por
tlun of the city, and will be found a desirable place of
abode to the traveling public.
ni4-tf JOHN KPPINQBR. .
PROPHIETOIt AND COMMANDER IN CIUKF.mSfr
ruHpoctlully announces to bin frienilu and t)i
liftlnuceof mankind, that lie has erected at thefn-l&fi
terucction of Second street mid the Canyon City
Koad, the Itirnest and iuont complete Brewing establblf
meut iu the Btato, known on the
where he b prepared to receive orders both Ironi city and
country for his
SUPERIOR LAGER BEER.
The Railroad passing Immediately iu front of th
Brewery, iie has miperior tHcillties for tilling orders from
the upper county, at the rery lowest ratus.
A handsomely lifted uu Ssiloon attached to the Brew-'
ery, where LAUKHis retailed fur the accommodation of
Also, a neatly furnished room for the accommodation
of private parties.
Dalles, April 28, 1808. PUOl'ltlETOR.
II AND LEY & SIKNOTT,
THIS WELL KNOWN HOTEL Is now open for the'
reception of Ruosts. After being thoroughly reno-'
vated aud newly furnished, it will he contacted, in all its
departments, as n lirt class HOTEL. The house Is con
veniently located near the steamboat landing and railroad
depot. Baggage takon to the House, free of charge. House
kept open all night. setMf
Five Mile House.
MESSHb. IIODQDON k COOK, re
spectfully inform the public in ,
general, and their friends in particular, J
that they have fitted up the above
HOUSE in a style unequalled by anyl
of the kind. W e are nrunared to receive aud comfortably .
accommodate all who may favor us with a call. The Fl VIC
MILK HOUSE is the best stopping place between t he
Dalles and the l)eHChute,andisbeautifullyIocated. with -,
fine advantages for trout fishing, ko. All who may siop
here may rest assured tlmt they will be comfortably ac
commodated by the proprietors. 8. D. HODGDON,
1-tltf J. M. P. COOK.
(Basement story, next to the Umatilla House,)
G. A. STANGLEIV, Proprietor.
THIS UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS am
the public, that under bis direetion the HMoux--TAi.NKltt"
will sustain the reputation of a No. 1
Lager Beer Saloon.
Also, choice Wines, Liquors aud Clgnrs:
aull-tf G. A. STANOLKN.
11AHKY KERKlSOiV'S SALOOi,
MAIN STREET, DALLES.
THK UNDKU8IGNKD INTI
niates to his friends aud the public, that he has
fitted np a Saloon on the North side of Main street, where
be will be happy to soe his old friends and acquaintance.
Ills Bar is stocked with
Wines,. Liquors and Cigars,
OF THK BEST QUALITY.
aull-tf 1IAKKY KERRI80N.-
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE 1 !
DIKBLA3I Si WKNTZ,
iHITUsjj. CORNER THIRD AND B STREETS
embraclnn Tables, Chairs, Bureaus,
Beds and Bedsteads, Bedding, Carpets
etc., etc., all of which will be sold at low rates. Furniture
Repaired, and Upholstering done to order. Also, on hand
Mattresses and Pillows. Spring Beds made to order. an!2t
II. J. W A. L. 1 It O N ,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND a full supply of Standard
and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, Newspapers;
Mannilnes. oto. Also, Fresh fruit aula
FEED! FEED! FEED!
BARLEY, OATS, BRAN, MIDDLINCS
FEED OF ALL KINDS.
FOR BALK BY
124-tf UCNUY LAW Ik CO.