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"I'l I sasasBaassanBsnssaBBaMsasaaasas
THE BEAUTIFUL HILLS.
Ohl the beautiful hill where the bluti hare trod '
Mince the years when the earth wu new,
Where our fathers gaze from the fluids of GoJ ,
On'the yale wearo Journeying through; .
We have eeen thoee hllU in their'brlghtoess rUe,
When the wurld hi black below, ,
-Anil we'ro fel t the thrM of ImWtaVsyw, : '
iu the night of out durlrost-wos. :
- The cltie of yore fhat werrrenrad In crime, -. - .
And renowcd by the praise of seers. .
Weut dowu In the tramp uf old King Time, t '
To slsep wltti Ms-greyMiarred-yearsi
but the beautiful hills rise bright and strong
Through the siAuke of Time's red wan, .
.is on that day whan tin flrat deep tong .
Ulnllediup ftou, the morning itare.
Wn dream of rest on the beautiful hills
; ' W-here the traveller shall thiret-uo more,
.'And where the bum of a thousand rills
That-wander the greeo vales o'er t
1 Wo feel the aoula of the martyred men
Who have" -braved the gold world's frown, '
Wo can bear the burden which they did then,
Nor (brink from their thorny crown.
0ir arm are weak, yet we would not fling :
i :' 11)0 -our feet thia loud of ours ;
' Tho winds of Spring to the valleys ling,
. And the turf replies with flowers ; j-
.'And thus we)earn on our winteryway
, llow a mightier arm controls
'That tue breath of God on our lives-will play
Till our bodlos blossom into sonls.
Facing the Foe Snakes are soma
'of tho most dansrerous foes thatiEuro.
pcans have to ccpe with in the tropics.
-A traveler of the name of -Bailie, one
'morning startled bis cornpanion-by tbe
dreadful cry of " A snake-I a-snnke-!
look !" They all started at bim, as he
was lying in iVfo 'hammock, end, to
their ustoninbmenUbeheld omowslrous
bcrpenb iwiaieu urouuu mo ropo wnicn
supported bis hammock, with its bead
at somo' distance, darting out its fork?
cd tongue, and examining bim as bo
lay Btrotched below.' "'Lie still," cried
the fiscal. "he won't hurt you;" and
calling in two or three of tbe natives,
bo pointed it out to thorn. One of
. .... i . i
Iheao men advancing toward it, caught
its eye with his own : the animal now
'appeared to move its whole body with
lour or pleasure, ibe native stepped
backward, without turning the tight
of bis eye from'i'be'Eeroo'otbit 'of bra
cnoray; and as 'bo kept backing, the
snake, with its boad steadily advanc
ing irrnrlnnllv nnrmilful hia hnHv fr-nm
iuo ruptr- rouua winoa -id was twinea.
At length its wholo body, trailing on
. I . 11 ? . . 1 .
tho ground, moved slowly along after
tuis colored man eye bxed upon eye
-until a youth, making a dash lrom
behind a bush in an instant flattened
tho head of this dangerous monster
tWUb one blow of bis club: and although
'tho body still undulated like tho waves
or. tho ttca, it was now perfectly barm,
Paris. Of the hundreds of elegant
seuts put up all over tbe city tor. the
repose ot tbo public, l have not soen
ouo diebgured by a pen-umlo. l' rom
ono end of town to the other, every-1
wiiero tho choicest flowers are bloom
ing, with only a barrier a foot bigb
:rou'nd tho beds, and yet not a sing.e
plant or cower is ever touched, runs
Las become tho best lighted city in the
world, and soon tom be, it it is not al
ready, the best vcn'lAkted. Its drain
age is nearly perfect. Tfoe policemen
are not rutiians, out as civil as gentle
menusbers 01 tho black and wM,eod.
In the most polite and obliging man
nor all your questions are answered,
and every reasonable assistance if you
get into a strait. It an Englishman
should tumble into a guttor ut return
mg lrom an evening party, be would
be lilted as by tb gentle band of the
good Smamaiitan,aud placed upon bis
Sidney Smith tells of a maid who
used to boil eggs very well by bor mas-
tor s watch, but one day, as bo could
not lend it to her bocause it was under
repair, she took the time from the
kitchen clock, ana tbe eggs camo up
1 1 UT ... .J " I 1 ..... . . .1.. .1
"VIIV UIUU b you mt ,UO lliree
minutes from tbO Clock as YOU do from
. . .
lUO WalCll, Maryi
"We . sr. I LhOU(ht that WOll d ha
7 o- .
too much, as
tbo hands aro bo much
Madam, a good many persons at tbe
concert last night were disturbed by
the crying of your baby."
"Well, now, I do wonder that such
peoplo' will go to concerts? ' " 1
Tiik Fun lRADE;--'Th4, market for
furs is erowioff naite nclite at the
East. Shipments " are ' occasionally
wade from tbis toort,' arid 'larce ntita.
bers of furrs rJa brougtt'tp thii mar
ket frcrm Oregon for shipment East
n. . -. . .
j. rapping 'is aiso carnea.Orr to some
extent-in the tnountaiDSf California.
VVe had artrinterriow, afevr-days since,
with Mr. -George 'Boatiia'h,, who, in
company with an old trapper By tbe
narao of Fisher, has recently returned
'from a trapping jaunt in the mountains
in xne vicinity ot the ilenijess I'ase
They had been out about three months.
and brought in quite a ouarititv of
iurs, wnicn were disposairol in this
cuy at toe joiiovTing prices: lilaete
fox, from?406&; silver grey'fox,'820
30 ; a cross between the two, 835)
common rea red tox, $ I ; martins 2J
mit nsher, !X2i(mo : rrerltur and com
mon valley iox, Irora Ibuttm ettch.-
Mining Press. ff ,
The last novelty in Uie Bower
world is bouquets made of mother-ot.
Pearl, that sparkle like jewels.. The
pearly part-of the -shell w separated In
a .1 " w .. ... .ll . 1.1 .1
Bir,Ptl 118 inin B -paper, nnw;.wrwi ine
,ayer9 trembling oat and vtheat -curs
are especiai'y wen imnate.t
IT. :Ai. HA1ICE,
M An V r ACTU H Kn AXD lUPOIlTRR fr
tCtarrlage, Concord. Buggy ihd -Stage
II A It N E S S! "
aTallfdrnia Male TeeVKi hnet Farm Hair.
ne, CarrliiKO anil Hnggy Whliwijyhidtibijue aud
CaJllornia Btage gtoclu aud Lushes, siiif"
Silver Mounted Mexican Vaqtiero Saddle!
fln Texan Ranger Saddles, California Mochillas, aud fide
English Shafterand Ladles' Shtldlea)
Silver Mounted Hair and Fans? Bridles!
and Hiding Whips, ahvnys on hand. A full assortment of
Mexican atsjaiirormaisriuie una & spurs!
Leather Bucked Urushes, Curry Combs nnd Cunls, atld a
genoral assortment of 8ADDLEHY UAKDWAHli. Also,
on hand and made to order,
AFAKAJUliS, UARONAS ANU TAP0J03 1
V3ltepairiug dono witu neutness and dMpatch.
r. A. MARK,
fltf Main stroet, opposite Washington.
rroducc & Commission Store.
J. CONSER & gj OJVS
Second Street, UslIlCN,
Flour, Feed, Produce
milK VKIIY I1KST 11HAN68 Ofc KLOUIt, VKKD OV
A. all khiiu; and every description ol I'llODlUb con
stantly in store and sold ut Hie lowest rates.
A .i.lmnllH uanrtment or FAMILY C1UUCKKIK8. in
cluding the choicest Tea, Coffee, Sugar, ic, selected ex
uressiv lor lamuv use.
st" ConslKiiniunts received, and a (toncnil Storage
Forwarding and Commission business ntlemloii tu.
tl, tUJNor.lt A rlfAD. neconil street,
u'25-tf Jfczt door to limu'i Auctim Store,
stJ t of OregonBaker Vminty, SSl
f an execution issued out of the Circuit C
County, against the Uoods and Chattels, istnns nuu lene
tnentsdrnSNKY FULLKK, I have seized all the right
and title which the Suhl HENRY FU1.I.KK had on MON
DAY, the 2d day of Nowmber, a. d 1H1W, or at any timo
since, of, in and to the foTlowiiigdcscrlbed Premises, which
i shall exposo tor sale, as tne law ni reels, at ruuiuu
AUCTION, before the Court Hoase door, In Auburn, In
saidConntv of linker, on MONDAY, the 2d day of May,
A. B., 18tn, tu-wit : An TOtt cerium piece, or parcel 01
mining ground Mown as tho FULI.I'.ll UIIUUMU, p
chased by the said Fuller from Anderson; situated
fiencli uulch, unit uanyou Mining District, in sum coun
ty, Doing tne riat Claims originally locareu uy josian
Jones and John Kllinore, bulow, and Jolnlug the Claims
of Comstock and Johnson, and sold to tlreiu by Jones, on
the leth day of August, A. t 18H3, Also, one-fourth In
terest in Claims In Humbug Guteh, In said County and
District, and described as follows I Commencing at Wil
low Creek, and running elevon hundred And twenty foot
to a certain stake, and one Intmlred boinit nll v feet wide:
also, two gulch claims threo hundred feet In longth, and
located originally by Grow unit l'asnusky, jnst above the
mouth of Humbug uuion, ana two nut claims locaica di
rectly west of thoabovo nuinod Claims on Willow Creek,
.id orlnlnullv loratud hv Watson and Culev. anil two flat
or hill Claims still directly west and adjoining ftese last
I named Claims, and reuchiuir over on to Winsor Uulch
the same being originnlly located by Watson 4 Posey.
"" nutanu nuitia nis wing one nunuroaauu nny
t tect snuuru each. v. n. 1'Aiin, onerm,
' Uy . C BAll.NAllD, Deputy,
February 19, A. ., 18M. in2-w4w
The Stock of WASCO MINING COMPANY, having
all been subscribed, there will be a meeting of the
Stock-holders of said Company at the oftico of II mutton
and (Moll, In Bnitvs City, Oregon, on SATURDAY, March
Mil, lew. Vi mumasuh,
A. W. FBItOUSOJf,
Feb.-2Ud S. OOLDSCONB,
BOOK'&JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
" . .. First Street JietsreeAiMainaad aV-Nvti-'
JOB PRINTING OF EVERY VARIETY
Kxecnted with accuracy and dispatch.
IN- A ETVLB THAT WILL COMPARKrAVOIl,ADLY
with -Wis very best, and - ' : ,
ST SATES CS CHEAT AS THE CHEAPEST
. i. TO t , . .
C a r d a n.d B i ll-tl c a I s ;
v CHECKS, DRAFTS, RECEIPTS,
OSTEUS AND PROGRAMMES
',. : . ' fok
HEATRES, CONCERTS ; EXHIBITIONS,
' rafKTSD IK THl most ATTK.it.-mi haMxu.'' 1 ',
' : . tETTEIi HKATIX' .
'-:!; . BILLS LADISG,
IMltVs and P.iAiljIilels
VISITING, WEDDING AND AT HOME'' CABDS
In short, everything that can be done in n Honk and Job
Printing Office, from the smallest 'and most delicate Card
or Circular, to the largest slr.e and most showy Posting
llill and which will be turned out In a style that cuuuot
full to Insure entire satisfaction.
OUR ACIUTIU rOR Tilt UECUTI0X OF
tfl the most beautiful Colors, Shades and Tints.
Suell as Faacy Posting Bills!
D . . .tt.aii..-Uti4A nl. 1stfnrs.uf M lkis. mot 1 1
OKNAMEJXTAL MOW VAHDS.
A I. si.,..- .sr . as'iol.lUhM.unl I..
AIC UUIUiatnn;u s,livcv Jl imij vuit'i vowiuiini i.i-.i . u
ittomam. We deyvtu ripecuil uttfiitton to t lit brftiu'h of the
...!..... .... ;.;..n ,.lhM .i..!. ...
RPiirHiivavi nuu suu owiioiiimsmij rummis, vs um niimti caiw
ive and well appoiuted aaaurtment of iiuinfrittJ,
NEW TYfES, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS,
'tfc!, (fin ifct)
Of the most modern and elaborute designs. Ottr stock o
FANCY INKS, TINTS, AC,
Are of the finest qnulity, and for richness of color and
durability, cannot be equaled in the State.
TAie principia upon wnicn uusinoss is usxea lor tins es
tablishment is, that persons will consult their own inter
ests, by uwardlng their custom to that office In which
their money crti be vapended to the best advantage. To
this end we solicit all iu want of good Printing, at very
rousouable charges, to call aud examine specimens, aud
Judge for yourselves.
Orders from tho Upper Country
Will have ottr special care, aad friends from the tnterlor
may relylffidh huVmg their orders tilled firdHiptly, us we
HAVE THE ONLY IMPROVED EWflON TOWER PRESS
in tlie fSttite of Oregon !
nilR-tf Uulles, Oregon.
SIGNS! SIGNS! SIGNS!
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.
Colors, Putty, Drnslies, Olue, etc.
Paper Iliiugings, Window Shades, Fixtures, tc. 1-tf
DALLES CITY DllUG STOKE.
. WH0LI8ALI AND RBTAIL
n r a i r D I it nn lino
utnun in unuuoi
Perfumery, Fancy Soaps,
PATKNT MEDICINBS. c.
rWHK SUBSCRIBER has maile arrangements to receive
i every TUSEDAY a lull supply tf
Josslyn's Superior Butter.
Families aud others will be supplied on application,
juioitf . M. RKNIU.
Main Street. Dalles
Wm hercbv alvon that the Stockholders of the CRN'
J. THAI, ROAD AND BRIDGE COMPANY will meet
Auburn, llaker county. Oregon, on FRIDAY, the 11th day
of Murch, a. P., 18W, to clcctdl rectors of the Incorporation.
- . nM iiiuuv
,. i GEO; 8L0CUM, '
JtlllJI A. LYTLF,
Aubur, Jan 28, 1801. tlfelWOill : Incorjionitors,
, 'Corher-ot XhlrUT aud II St.,
'joffHPiOiB,.' V - '.. - Proprietor
rpilB UNDEKSIGNliDVOlII.l) llKSPKCTKlIU J.k.
X ly inform his ffioiuMtllil the public, Unit he fi jHr,
has completed and opened a' line three story 110- I 1 JI
TKL, on the corner of Third and 11 streets. Dulles, XulliiL
and has pleasant and commodious rooms for the coiivens
ience uf Travelers, and has furnished the same in good
style, as he has the house throughout, and is rrsired lot
the patrunage of the public. , .
'FINBT)INIW1 BOOMS AND PAlOOliS
are attacheit to the hoifse. and all the conveniences ren,ul
site for a well regulated Hotel. No pains will lie spunll
to reudor guests comfortable and give tho most perfri-t
sutislaction to all who may faTor the house witli their put-,
rouuge. The house is pleasantly situutod in a quiet po'v
tiou of the' city, and will be found a desirable iihice it
m-u : .hiiis Ki'i'iMirii
1)R01'lllKTOlt AND COMMANDKK IN ClllKK.n?,
respectfully announces tu his friends ami UtrvSK '
buiiiiicu of iiiiuiklml, that he hue erectwl at the in- zJ '
tersectlon of Second street aud the Citnyon City' w
Hoed, the Urgent and imMt complete Brewing .esiab)ls)i
nieutTu tile fuio,'hiioVu ils Vfie .
where he 1 prep-ireU.to receive orders both from city iiud
eouutry lur hia' -' - , " - . j . , . "
SUPERIOR -LAGER BEER
The llailriNul p-uslita flnnieiliW"ly In flout of IliS
ty, ITe'tiils superlur fiidlUie WrJfirtliig'oi'tU-rs lr..i)t
the upatr cvtint.y. ut Ura vnryVstut iHitiiSj t( t-K:. i
A buuilsouieiy tittwl up gulnon attiuIiVil Vo tl- ItrevJ.
try, vtuere i.Aur;u Is retulled air, the accomuusMtioh il
usUituerar , ;r .
. Also, a. insitly fiirnisheil room lor the'aceomuuslatloit
of private parties, .
- IIESRY LtDWH., J
Dalles. April 2S. 1MB. i pl(OPKIKTtlt..
Five Mil House.
T fKSfKS. IfOlKIOQM A COOK, h- ,
Jlv.bI SKxattu)iy Inform, the. imblie .Its
generul. und their fni'jiila in un tli nliu. fStiflD
Hint they have lilted -Mp the' nbuvv i"4 '!'' ?
UOL'stK In a sl vle lllisnuultl'd hv urn m&jiiAae:
ju( the Klinl.. M mil prfpurM t nt-Ivit ami i:oiiii,,riWy
itcronimisiittenii wiiinnay luvorns wiihacuik The rl t B -Mll.K
HOICK is the l.tat sfi'ppilig plnro IlftMeni the
Hue advantages for tronthsliing, Ar. All who may stub
here niay rust assured that they will be conifiirtuhly uo ,
comnusliited by the proprietors. . f. II. HillHilxtN,
'tl J. M. P.CiaiK. 'f
M 0 UFTAINEER SAL OON)
(Basement stiVy, nmt to the Unmtillu House,) ,
ti. A. STAIVGM:. Proprietor.
rfIIK U.NDKKSIONKD INKUltMK HIS t'ltlKMlS ssiiTl
JL the public, that under his direetlon the Hot!.
taikcer" will susriilu thu repKtutioii of a No. 1
LagrlsV llieoi Saloon.
Also, choice Wines, Liquor and Cigars. .
mil 1-tf , , . U. A. STAN'Of.KN'.
UAUHV KKltlUSOi'S SALOOA;
MAIN. STREET, DALLES.
'lii'atCIl Ho his friends tind the pillilii:, thut he lias
tlt(ed uh a Suits)!, on tho Ndrth side of Mniu streut; whvra
he will he huppy.to see bis old friends and aciimiutaues. ,
Ills Bar is stocked with
Wines, IJquoiN and ClgnrN,
OK T11K BEST QUAWTV.
atrtl'tf I1AUIIV KKllltlStiX
DIERLAM &. WENTZ,
e y H N IT Uf) COllNKK Tllllll) AND D STItKKTU
IPS ISI. ll,tll..d !itf l,v 1...I..I ,. f,.r..tt- A
iiouscnoiu mrmiure, .
embrncing Tiihlt's, Chairs, llurenus'.
lli'dstltid Heilsteails. lledilil.e. Carnets .
efc, efcVKfl of Vhich will he sold at low rates. Fnrtiitiirjj
KTitiuired. nnd t'pholstoriiig done to order. Also. on hund
a'httressesauil Pillows. Spring lleils mtule to order, uult
Milliiicry.Kress & Cloak Making
Mnin Hlreet, Dulles.
MRS. C. MONELL, having just returned front
tho city of Sau Francisco with a large and well as
sorted stock of tho most upprovod aud lutest styles of
Blllliuery, Dress & Cloak Goods,
also, a well assortod stock of the most fashionable style of
for Ladies' garments, all of which are of recent importa
tion from KunoVE and Naw Yori is now amply prepared
to manufacture to order,
Ladles' Hats. Bonnets, Dresses,
CLOAKS, etc., at 8H011T NOTICE, and at LOW PIIICHI
She embraces this opportunity ol reuuering iter sincero
thanks to her numerous friends and customers for their
liberal patronage heretofore awarded her, and to most re
spectfully solicit a cimtiliuanco of the same. ucl-!f
The subscriber, having purchased the WHITE
UI.UFF FERRY, hereby gives notice that he has n
moved tho same to PRIEST RAPlDS,.where It Is perma
nently established. The boat is one of the host on tho
River, and nn pains will be spnred to make it safe ami
convenient. This KERRY Is on the most direct route from
laues lliy lov:ariuuu,lyiviiio iue nuoienai mines.
Priest Unplds. Feb. 1, 1884. folO-tf A. R. HOOTII.
State of Oregon County of WmcoTn Vie Circuit
Uiurt: UKORliE ii. ELLIOTT, I'lalntilT.w.llKNItV
II. WALKER, Defendant Suit In equity. To Henry It.
Walker, the above named defeudant. Whereas, (leorge II.
Elliott, the above entitled plaintiff, has filed his hill of
complaint against you in ttie above entitled Court, pray
ing a decree of title to certain town lots, In Hlgulow's Ad
dition to Dalles City, in said State and county, and which
said lots are described in said plaintiff's bill of compluinl.
And it appearing, aiier uue uiuigence, you cannot be found
within this State, and it having boen ordered by the Court
that notice and service bo had on you by publication.
You are therefore required toapporln the Circuit Court;
of the State of Oregon for the county of Wasco, at Dulles
City, uu the SECOND TUESDAY or May, 1804, and ans
wer the complaint of George 11. Elliott, the above numeil
plaintiff, which is On file In suhl Court, or for the want of
such anaWef. the plaintiff will apply to tho Court for tho
.relief demanded in the said complaint, and a decree will
bo taken against yon as by coufcBsion.
lioK. J. Oi WILSON, Judgo.
OLNEY ft GATES.
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
Attest W. D. Blgolow, Clerk.
Ity R. II. Lansdale Deputy.
flOXSTAXTLY ON HAND a full supply of Standnrit
V 7- nRil Mlseellnneans llisiks. ftnt fniorl I,.-.,,,,...
Magiwhn-s. oti't ' Aho, Ftvtli W'tiit " iliild