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DALLKS, OUKUON, SUNDAY, FERUAKY SO, 18Q5.
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING,
(MONDAYS KXCM'TKO,) BY
WILLIAM II. NEWELL,
KblTOIt AND I'HOPIUKTOR.
Yshms Tutenty-Jlve cents per week, payable to the carrier
per month, by mail, $1; threo raoutlia, t2 50j tlx
months, $5; one year, $8, Advertisements inaerted at
low rntes. -
Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe
titcd with neatness anil despatch, and forwarded as per
order to any part of the country, Payment Jor Job rrint
infl must be made on delivery oj work.
MAIN STRKKT, DAI.LK8, OREGON.
rjlie Subscriber lias Juki
JL cumpletoil rellttiitg this commit
fitted tin with HiiilKof rooms for the
accommodation of families, and single and double rooms
for the ue of gentlemen.
The FURNITURE, 1IKDS, and BEDDING, and In fact
c-vorytliliig connected with the house Is entirely new,
and arranged solely witli u view to the comfort of guests.
The 1IE.ST COOK in the country will preside over the
ruliunry department, and the Tuble will at all times be
furnished with tlio very best'tlio miirkot affords.
Connected witli the house there aro a good Corrall and
aoil-tr 1VM, AI.DRIDQE, Proprietor.
ISM I? IR, 15 HOTEL,
MAIN KTRCET, DAUBS C1TV.
iN AND AFTER JULY 1,
p the terms at this favorite and II rat-clans
Hotel, will be as follows:
Hoard hy the dav 1 00
Hoard I'V the week 7 00
Hoard and Lodging per week $8 to 10
Kire Proof S:ifo for den.niteof valuables.
It It. House oneti all night. Uagiritiro tuken to tlie Ilouse
f.eo of charge. THOMAS SMITH,
IIAXEI,UY & son I'rop'ra.
TflllUS WKLIj KNOWN IWTKL Is now opon for tlie
JL reception of kiu".h. 11 ht being thoroughly reno
vated ami newly furniHlmd, It will bo ootid net eil. In nil
Ufjiiirtnu'iitH, us u 11 rut churn HOTIX. The Iiouhq is con
Tuniently lofiitcr) neur tlie ritenmhoat lamling anil railroad
input. llaiiK taken to the lluiue, free of churge. liousi
kejit open all night.
The I'mprietora will not he renponsiUo for any Baggage
or VuluubUm, uiiIokh a check Is kWuii thert'for.
Alealg 50 cent sLolgliit 50 cents mrl-
TnE UXDKItSIQNKD HHQ I.KA1F. TO CALL TIIK
aiteniion of the cili'.oiis of Diilles and surrounding
country, to their wx-ll selTcted stock of
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND KHOKS,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC.
Itnvlii'r our Roods principally lor cash, wo aro enablod
to SEIih AS LOW AS ANY UUUfH IN TUB CITY.
Call and examine. 1). 1UKIUS 4 CO,
Koxt door to tlio I'ost offico, '
n611-tf MAIN STltRET, DALLES, OrtF.flOV
IUV lliilT, ttllOCUittY
THE UNTIERSIOXED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS and
tlio public generally, that ho has Junt established on
Hafa street, next door to J. . Juker, Tobacconist,
A NEW STORE I
'whore ho keeps constantly on hand ft largo assortment ol
eloctod FUU1T. Also, in storo a coniptoto Btock ofeboieb
GROCERIES. l'ROVISWK. VEGETABLES, rfc,
All of which will bo sold, wholesalo an. I retail, at HK
VUChD 1'lllCtS. Couio and see and satisfy Yourself.
sol;l-tf 3. Hl'OSlTO.
0. B. KtKUKL.
WM. MOABUS & CO.,
O I TY BAKERY,
Corner of First and B Streets.
WnOLESALR AND RETAIL DEALERS la BREAD
CRACKERS and Family UR0CERIE3.
t9Ordeisfroma distnuco carefully filled and promptly
DENTISTRY ! DENTISTRY ! !
GUKLEY & BERNARD,
ARE NOW PREPARED WITII
large and select stock of
To insert Artificial Teeth In all the latest and most iln
Olllce Three door West of the Post OIRco, Main
fliroeb, iMiios, uiegon. . ;
Hallos, December 31st, 18M. . deSltf
lions houxe, on iutun street. ao.ivo fttftfMjfctyjwja
iVanhinctun. Tlie limine U handsomely Sv.1 S fjSjsiX.
. MACHINE BHOf,
FIRST STREET, betwoen Yamhill and Morrison.
on hand. Also, Hay Pros- j.W.&3&;f&
ses 01 nu sizes; nailing i
pattern,) V rougnt and
Cast Iron work-for Vor
tical Snwandtirist mills;
Itrass and Iron Castings
WROUGHT HRO WORK
of every description. I am also prepared to furnish
Quartz Mills complete, of the Latest &
most Improved Patterns.
These Mills can boforwarded to any part of the mines.
a the wolght of the entire machinery will not exceed 3,
Horse rowers Agricultural implements
manufactured to orilor at the very LOWEST CASH PRICE
N. II. t'orticulor attention pain to KKPAiH8.resin.tr
j3T WHOLESALE AltD RETAIL
M4 DRUGGIST & CHEMIST,
THE GLOBE IIOEL, DALLES,
- DEALKR IN
Coal Oil,-Alcohol,- Terpentine.
IV EATS FOOT & L3NSEE1 OHL.
49 Phyilcians Proscriptions accurately prepared.
tfiF-Druggists, Pliynlciin8 and Traders In the mines
supplied with Drugs, Chemicals, Acids, Quicksilver,
Patent Mpdicinen,TrnBeti, Corks, Paints, QiU, andi'iincy
Articles, at lowest prices. seu-u
H'ALl) E2 N II 11 0 S
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
. MAIN STREET, Dalles.
rEALERS IN DRUGS, f
WW PATENT MEDICINES. K Elv
"SENE, TURPENTINE, ALCOHOL,
Imported WINKS and LIQUORSfor
Ileal purposes, TOll.KT BOATS,
POMADES. IIAI'l OILS. FLAVOR.
INIl KXTitACTS. LUIllN'S HAND
KERCHIEF EXTItACl-it. Ac, Ac.
I. HavniK purchaHed a' new hiuI
complete Stock In San Francisco for
f; .are euaoiotl to sell at tlie lowest posilolo rates.
II. J. WALDKOH, aplT-tf 0. W. WALDUON,
WnlcliinRCicr aasd .Bcwelcr
FRONT STREET, Portland.
Dealer In Fine Jew elry & Watches,
Solid Silver and Plated Ware. Cutlery. c.
AGENT FOR W. DOHM'S LADIES' PATENTi
IMPltOVEnilOLDllEl.T BUCKLES. V. ateh-
os and Jewelry REPAIRED and WARRANTED.
rarticuiar attention paid to Itenulrinirline Watch
es, t Keep on hand a complete assortment of
of the improved style, Also
Opera and Marine Glasses, Quarts Magnifying
villous, vvmj;uaLDii Vi
All (roods Holtl liy me are wnrrruitel m roprcftentcd
ii. u. aii onirre bimii uy jxprcas, prnmpny uttendo.
Lp;i-uj JAUUli UUIIKN
XT' T 17 T T TV T
' - Jl J.TA 9 .
WaUh:nr.lcr and Jcwt'Icr.
MA'M STREET, DALLES,
(nest iooe to tub ahhat opriri,)'
riKATKU IN KINK WATCHKS, 1KWKLK7
17 irb. v"i reus, ouvor aim ria'eu wave,
Spectacle, Cnt1try, Ac. (fJ-J
ir"liirMculHr intention paid to ronnlrlnsr nneHitti.
TiiW'hes. Cliwkn. Jewelry, etc. All W'hMiob repaired h
ui" wiirrimifu iur iwtMve uioiiiiih,
N. B. All orders from tlie uppev "ountry, by Kxpro
r otherwise, promptly nttendcil to. autl t'
K. X. I'lTZGEHALD,
H A. K D W A. H E
Iron find Stool.
Every Itetcription of
IIhcin' and 3loc?liaiilc' Tools.
SHIP -CHANDLKKY. nimCKRIKA CLOTUINQ, AND
STAl'I.K DRY GOODS,
Crockery and GlasNwnre.
E. P. FITZOKRALI)
FURNITURE! FURNITURE ! !
- ' ... .H r0,tNK,U THIRD AND n STRKKTS
H-yf b . un iiiiimi a variety
xr."..- iiouscliold Furniture,
VitrL,llirrltf Tahles, Chairs, Rurcaus
ILV Itpilsiiml lii'ilrftoiulM. lti..l.li,..r r
etc., etc.. all of which will ho sold at t.w rates. Furniture
ii'.pwi'iL ami upiioisioriiic done to onler. Also, on hand
Mattrossosand Pillows. Sprlni: Rods ni'iilo toordor. nol'i
from 4 to 4u horse- -JV-yt3m--i
.either l'ortahlo or Jffl&r 'V
nary. Also, uiu- t:" oji'Jfll
,AR SAW MILLS jf ii-O ' -.JTJ-
LETK. constantly C 2' V, 'XSXL S Afcfi
P, Hit IIO 1 11 1'' It V Jii 1tD41Skiv i ngnlnst yon fo the sum of $120. nnd interest on iloS
LJIIIKOUILKI ft ItlAIl(, f,m aa ,lnv of Julvl8(W, nnd on $18 from the 3d
fRDKItR FOR KMRROIDKRY, AND RRA1DIN0, day of January' 1806. Bnd costs and disbursements of ao
1J1AMPIN(, leftatCohn llolim's Dry (loods 8toro. ' tion. - llv onler
will ho promptly tilled, nnd In a manner warranted to
give fntlsractlou. ladles will eximlno Patterns nn e
hlbitlon at the Store. fuoS-tf MRS. L. LIXSKR.
FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE
WHOLRSALl AND BET AIL DEALER Ilf
TOBACCO AND SEQARS, .
WINES and LIQUORS.
Fresh and Dried Fruits,
And every article usually found In a
First-Class Grocery. Store.
xr. du ivir will Iva tlin business his personal super
vision, and invitee the patronage of familloe and the
Goods delivered In any part of the city tree
charge .. . i r nn ruFwra
8. FRANK. Main street
A few doors below the Post Office;
Great Reduction in Prices
WK ARE NOW OFFERING OUR JSNX1BJ.
of well selected Goods at
REDUCED RATES !
In order to close out our Winter stock. Now l tlie
At ELFELT BROS.
Dallos, January 28th, 1805 JanMtf
DALLES CITY DRUG STORE.
WHOLKSALI AND RKTAIL
DEALER IN DRUGS,
Perfumery, Fancy Soaps,
PATENT MEDICINES, Ac.
B. H. HILL. A. J. KANK
HILL & KANE
WHOLES A LS AND RETAIL DHALEB8 Ilf
Groceries, Dry Goods, Liquors,
STORAGE AND FORWARDING.
floods consigned to us will meet with proper attention
IT. W. Corhet, Rohhlns t Co.,
Richards McCracken, W. 0. Moody A Co.,
11. Law, ' 0. llnmason.
Umatilla Landing, Sept. 0tli,18U3. scB.
TO TIIK PUI5LIC.
8 TIIK TJ. 8. ItRVKNUK tAW, RESPECTING
STAMPS, lias now been well ilfntrilmted tliroiiKli
out tlio State, by circulars and publications, nn reiwtin
can bo (liven for itn viobition; tburefore this Is to notify
nil portions violating the same, that tbey will be pro
ceeded against once, and tho-penalty exactod. Tlie
penalties aro from tun (10) dollars io one thousand (1.000)
dollars for every offence, according to the nature of the
offence lies i os Costs ol nroHecutioii. ninkinir voiil tho In-
stiumettt, and forfeiture of the soods. Any person know
ing the law to be violated ty any one will iclve immediate
notke to the Collector or A us oh cor, or their uepnties am
Assistants, and in case of conviction, they will be euti
tied to receive oue-bairtho penalties
TJ . S. AsHOHBor of Oregon.
TJ, 8. AflfiRSSOR'B Ofpick 1
Portland Ortgtm, Feb. 1st, 18G5. J
N. B KKVKNUK STAMPS of all kinds can bo had
of the U. 8.- Internal llevenuo Collector nt bis ofllce in
Pirtlaud; fnfl lw
In the County Court of Grant county, Stnto of Oregon.
V. S. Jonos, Plaintiff, )
n. March Tsrtn, A. D. 1806,
David Woods, Defendant. J
IN TUB NAMK OF TIIR STATE OF 0RK00N, YOC
are herehy summoned to he and annear in the County
Court ol Urnut County, Ptnto of orefcn. to be begun and
held In said county, on Hie tlrst. Mouday in Marcli. A. D.
lfttlft, nud answer the t;fmdaint of tho nbovo-liamed
Plaintilt aciiinst you, which has boon tiled in said Court:
anil if you tail to answer satd complaint on or before tho
tlrstday of said term of Court, tho Plaintiff will take
JiulKinent against you Tor the sum or one hundred anil
two dollars and seventy.flve cents ($102 75) and iutoroit
ami costc, anu uisiiursemoiirs lor tlie want or such an
swer. uy uruer or
janOtd ' ' Hon. V. LAIR Ilfl.L, Judgo.
cicrnes c v nancy, Attorneys lor riainillt.
In tho County" Court of Wasco County, State of Oregon
F. W. Ayors, Plaintlir, )
ri. V March Term, A. D. 1805,
L. Dcnltcs, Defendnnt. )
rpOL. HEX1TK8. DHKNDANT: YOU ARB IIKRERY
l sumnioneil and required to appear in the County
Court of Wasco County. State of Oregon, on the first
Monday in March A. D.1R05, nnd nnswor the comphiint
in tho above entitled. action now on tile in sniil (!ourt;
or If you fail to do so th, Plaintiff will takHi judgment
, Ian6w(l IIou. O. A. DKNNY,
Fi. V.. IUrT, PlnlntlfTs Att'y.
' Dalles, January 6th, 1806,
TIIK ANGEL COQUETTE.
With ey as bright as the stars of night,
And a sight that pierced the soul,
The beautiful btlls had many a wight ' ' .
A slave to love's control .
At all the balls and festive halls
She reigni-d with queenly sway
On, wasn't she an angel, though 1
' Te-rippety tooden day I
So, one fine nipht, Just out of spito,
To end her suitors' bother, Q
She mltienod some ten of her love-sick, men.
And gave her hand to another I
The public voice admitted the choice
The gossips wore heard to say t
" Oh, Is u't she an angel, though I "
Te rippety toodon day I
'And tu a splendid wedding It endod,
With all of lashion's capers ;
But 'tis idle to tell, 'twas told so well
In all the daily papers.
The honey-moon flew and the happy two
Were very happy they say ;
Now, wasn't She an angel, though J
Te-rippety tooden day 1
Now what do you think her husband thought
When he went home one night,
To find his spouse, the prop of his honse,
Was " nary "t where in sight 1
The Beuedlct mad, the neighbors glad,
The very devil to pay
Oh, wasn't she an angel, though f
Te-rippety tooden day 1
She had only flown with an overgrown,
Dig, hairy child of a gun;
And people laughed, as the scandal they quaff t),
. 'Twas all such glorious fun ; .
For If woman slip, 'tis " let her rip,"
The world is apt to say,
And when It sees an angel trip,
Sings " te rippety tooden day I"
FACTS AND FANCIES.
A well known thief io New York is
said to bo worth $100,000 profits of
stealing, . -
Why is a hungry man waiting for
his breakfast willing to be a martyr?
Because he longs to go to tho steak. ,
Home Tobke, when asked by Geo.
the III. whether bo tilaved at cards.
replied, "1 cannot, your Majesty, tell ft
King lrom a Knave.
A gentloman in Virginia City re
cently found a baby on tils door step.
uo imagined be Knew who was the
mother ( f the Infant, took it to the
young woman and tnado her keop it.
An effort will be mado in the New
York Legislature to make it a penal
offonsp to defaco trees, rocks, bridges,
etc., with advertisomonts of patent
medicines and other wares.
The learned Professor Porson had a
great horror of tho east windj and
Tom Slioridan is said to have onco
kept him a prisoner in the house for
a fortnight by fixing th.e weather cock
in that direction.
A few days ago, a smart little follow
of some seven bummers, wont up to a
iruit stand, and rising on tiptoe, peer
ed over the fruit, remarking as he exi
tended a dimo, "1 think 1 will buy a
few apples lor the children."
The Government is doing much for
tho causo of women. Wehavepost
mistresscs,fernale employees in various
dopartmotUs, fomalo officers in tho
army, etc, etc Dr. Mary E. Walkor
was lor months a prisoner in Rich
mond, and has since recuived a com
missioii as fill surgeon in the United
Whilo Dr. Samuel Johnson was
courting his intended wifo, in ordor to
try her he said that he had no prop
erty, and once hnd an undo that was
handed. To which the lady replied
that slio had no more properly, and,
although slio never had a rdttt ivo that
was hanged sho had a number that
deserved to bo.
A witty saying of M Dumas the
younger is amusing Paris;, Tho Em
press is said to havo invited him to
C'mpeii;nt-, adding to her cnuricBy ao
assurance that all tbo quests were to
enjoy full liberty in tlio chateau.'
'VVhat a pity, then, Mudat.o," said
Dumas, "that all Franco hus not been