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TUB BLUE AaD THE CIS AY.
Bemarks of Governor Gordon, of Geo
gia, at The Chattanooga Keonlon
1 "To you, General Rosecrans, and the
soldiers ot the army of the Cumberland, I
come with a soldier's greeting on my hps
and a soldier's sympathy in my heart.
Speaking for those whom I am called to
represent, I pledge their earnest co oper
ation 111 tho sacred mission which con
venes you, and in all things whica per
tain to the peace, welfare and unity of
the American people. In their name I
proclaim their eternal feality to American
constitution, which is their protecting
shield; to the American republic,which is
the joint voric of their father's hands; to
the American union of states, from which
they withdrew for their safety, but which
now that the causes ot dissension are
gone, they will loyally and bravely de
fend 'for their future protection."
"Thev rest in the assurance that the
Union, though restored ty arms, is to be
preserved and mads stronger and perpet
ual by universal amity and impartiul
laws. With love for this wbole country
which no oower can' destroy, with a title
to its freedom, which none will dispute.
with ancestral traditions which are dearer
than life, we are here to unite with you
in final and eternal sepulture of sectional
hostility. The causes which produce
alienation were long since engulfed m
the vortex of revolution beyond the pow
er of resurrection. Let us, therfore, bury
the passions which these causes evoke in
a still deeper erave."
"Let us bury the foul spirit of discord
- so deep that no blast of the partisan po
litical trumpet, however wide sounding
and penetrating, can ever wake it to se
vice again. Gainsay it who will, since
slavery is abolished and the Chinese wall
alone the line of 36 30 is broken down,
there is absolutely no legitimate barrier
of separation ani no cause for strife.
Why may not the wide waves of sympa
thetic continental patriotism roll sea to
sea and from Maine to Texas without
break or ripple or single obsturction?
God speed the day when this truth s'jail
command recognition throughout the re
public God speed the day when unwor
thy doubts shall give p' .ce to un:versal
trust; when unstinted faith in the unim
peachable honor and patr'otism of t! 8
whole American people shall become the
essential passport to public station; when
he who fights least for party and most
for country shall be proclaimed by the
press and the people as the wisest states-
-t . . r ' l I- ... . M
man ana truest menu oi uoeriy.
Willis Skiff .
E. O. Republican.
A very improbable story is in circula
tion concerning: Willis Skiff, a resident
of this place, who disappeared at North
Powder three years ago last July, and
universally regarded as dead, was still in
the land ot the living. It is claimed
that Aleck Le Buff, of the county, who
now stopping at Fort McCloud, in the
Northwest territory, some time ago
- received a letter written in Chicago, that
from the nature of its contents showed
that while signed Gordon it was really
written by Willis Skiff. This claim
made postive from the fact that matters
were mentioned in the letter of which no
one but LeBuff and Skiff bad any know
ledge. Mr. J. Q. Shirley and Harlen
Stewart, who have iust returned from
Montana and Canada, met LeBuff
Fort Cloud and were told by him of the
letter but the document could not
found although a rigid search bad been
made for it. It is not at all prob
able that any such letter, written by Skiff,
has been received. LeBuff can neither
read nor write and his not being able to
produce the letter to give others a chance
to identify the writing is calculated to
throw discredit upon the story, and
appears reasonable to think that LeBuff,
even on receiving such a letter, would
not be capable of judging who the writer
was. The mention of the name of Gor
don recalls the name of B. F. Gordon,
man formerly living here who was
close and intimate friend of Willis Skiff
while here. Gordon, a long time ago,
worked for L. B. Kioehenrt and cne tea
son leased the shingle mill on Catherine
creek from him. He left here somewhat
suddenly and be is the one who wrote
the letter if any at all was written. The
letter was addressed to Union and was
forwarded to Aleck LeBuff. If Gordon
is the writer of the letter and will send
his address to some ot his friends in Un
ion there are not a few who would be
glad to bear from him particularly if h
is doing well. '
In Ireland, a belt made of a woman's
hair is placed about a child to keep harm
Garlic, salt, bread and steak are put in
the cradle of a new-born babe in Holland
Roumanian mothers tie red ribbons
around the ankles of their children
preserve them from harm, while Kstbon
i an mothers attach bits of assafcetida'to
the necks of their offspring.
Welsh mothers put a pair of tongs or
a knife in the cradle, to insure the safe
ty of their children; the knife is also
used for the same purpose in some parts
Among Yosges peasants, children born
at a new moon are supposed to ha
their tongues oetter nung than ptlijrs
while those born at the last quarter, art
supposed to have less tongue, but bitter
reasoning powers. A daughter born Jur
ing the waxing moon, is always p.vco
cious. - ,
At the birth of a child in lower Brit
tany, the neighbgring women take it in
charge, wash it, crack its joints, and rub
its head with oil to solder the cranium
bones. It is then wrapped in a tight bun
die, and its lips are annointed with bran-
dy, to make it a full Breton.
The Grecian mother, before putting
her child in its cradle, turns three times
around before the fire, while singing her
- favorite song, to ward on evil spirits.
In Scotland, it is said that to rock the
empty cradle will ensure the coming of
other occupants for it.
The London" mother places a book
under the head of a new-born infant
that it may be quick at reading, and
puts money into the first bath t guar
antee its weaitn in tne inture.
The Turkish mother loads her child
with amulets as soon as it is born, and
small bit of mud well steeped in hot
water prepared by previous charms,
stuck on its forehead.
In Spain the infant's face is swept
with a pine-tree bough, to bring good
In America, tne child is banded over
to a nurse with instructions to "raise it
ol the bottle."
An Oregon Forest.
Prof. John M. Bloss contributed the
- following article to the Topeka, Kansas,
. Daily Capital, of September 27th. He
telle of visiting a great forest, where
storm and death seemed, never to have
"In the summer of 1888, while visit
ing in Oregon, I was induced to take i
deer hunt in the Cascade mountains.
Our party left the railroad at Oakland,
snd drove in carriages far up into the
foothills, where leaving our vehicles and
mounted on norse&ack, we Degan our
ascent to the high table lands.
"The route lay over a precipitous series
of knobs connected by high and narrow
ridges. The path which had been cut
through the forest twenty-five years ago
by miners, uad long since Deen ooxured
by fallen timber and undergrowth.
The logs, when not too large, we com
pelled our horses to leap, while we de
fended our eyes from the overhanging
bushes, and at the same time, managa
our camp equipage and Winchesters. To
the novice this was both an ardurous and
' dangerous task.
"Finally we iouna ourselves upon a
very long and narrow ridge with precipi
tous sides, and on top just wide enough
for a pathway for a single horse. Had it
not been for the scattering trees on the
sides of the ridge, which, to some extent,
obstructed our view of the abyss below,
we would have turned back in dismay.
But we were ansa ed that this dangerous
ridge, 800 feet above the canyons upon
either side, terminated in a grand and
beautiful plateau beyond where they
were deer and bear innumerable, else our
hearts bad failed us.
'The ridge was finally traversed and
ye were repaid for all our trials, not with
the sight of deer or beftr, but with the
si ght of a forest more grand and beauti
ful than any 1 had ever conceivea.
- . AiA
"The forest contained aoout mw acres.
It was situated on a level plateau on the
northwest side of a mountain peak which
rose from 800 to 1000 feet higher and
protected the forest from the western
"In this forest there were but two kinds
of trees, Oregon pice and rid cedar.
V hen we had reached a central point in
the forest we stopped for an hour to drink
in its magnificence.
"All the trees appeared to have begun
their growth the same year and each to
have kept equal pace with tho other.
They were from four and a halt to live
feet through at the base, and for the
first 200 feet the trunks seem to dim
ioisu but little in their diameters, while
the last fifty leet they rapidly tapered to
pointed cones on the sides ot which were
to be found the only hranches by which
the trees were sheltered."
"Iiivestisation showed that each tree
occupied a space about 30 feet tquare,
each was perfectly straight and stood
perpendiu'ar as if set by the plummet,
nor had a single tree fallen and nothing
covered the ground except the decaying
needles". Although these trees were
hundreds of years old yet each tree seem
ed in the vigor of vouth. The tops
although seemingly small made a dense
leafy canopy perhaps 50 feet in thickness
and almost impeneira table to tne sun
' "As we sat in mid-forest and looked
outward the trunks of these lofty trees
obstructed our vibiod and we seemed to
ba walled in bv lofty columns."
"It was 3 o'clock when we entered this
forest and the July sun was beaming
from cloudless iky, yet within there was
only a somber twilight in which the long
whitish gray trunks of cedar and pine
stood out m relief as the pillars of some
"An hour SDent here amply repaid ns
tor our hours "of toil. It was the only
forest which I have ever seen where
storm and death seem never to Lave
Arthur Sewall, of Bath Me., an emi
nent Democrat and ship-builder, urges, in
a letter over his own signature, that our
shipping needs aid ; that such aid must
be generous and immediate; that it must
come from the government; and It must
be given openly and freely. lie says:
"I favor the payment "by the national
government to the builders of American
ships exceeding 3000 tons register, and
used in the foreign trade, $10 per tou for
wooden sail, $20 per ton steel or iron
steam, with speed not less than fourteen
knots, for a period of ten years. To the
owneisof these vessels I favor a further
payment of 20 cents per registered ton
for every 1000 miles sailed in the course
of foreign trade this payment to be for
the same period."
It will be observed that Mr. Scwell
recognizes that the great difficulty at
present in this country is in running the
ship alter it is built, and this must be
surmounted in some way before there can
be any reasonable expectation of the re
vival of our foreign carrying trade. This
he proposes to overcome by having the
government pay a paitof the co.-t of
running the ship, as well as a part of the
expense of building. It is the sugges
tion of a practical man, and has the pro
m.se of success.
Albaky, Oct. 14. Articles of incorp
oration were filed with the county clerk
to-day ot the Albany Canal, Water
Ti asportation and L'gbting Company.
The incoiporators are C. C. Hogue, A.
Bensell, J. O. Wilson and J. L. Ripley.
The capital stock is $300,000, divided in
to 3000 shares of $100 each. The place
ot business is Albany, The object is to
opeiate the Santiam canal, Albany
water works, electric light, power and
factories, gas works; to maintain and
operate canal boats on said canal and
collect tolls for freight and passengers.
The stockholders are composed prin
cipally of a syndicate ot New York
capitalists, including Col. -T. E. Hogg
president, of the Oregon Pacific railroad ;
Geo. S. Coe and other members of the
party who Lave been spending several
Only One Way To Do It.
Numberless schemes have been devised
for the purpose ot advertising. Millions
of dollars have been spent in trying to
force the public to read advertisments
against their will. These dodges are
sprung upon them when they least ex
pect them, and the effect is therefore
annoyiug. It is as if a tramp should
ring your front door bell and ask for the
loan ot a quarter. Advertising in a
reliable nepspaper is different. People
expect to see it there every day.
Advertiser?, in dealing with the public,
should remember that they are asking
favors; they should do so in a courteous
busiuess like manner. Tbere is a time
and place for everything, and the place
for advertising is in a newspaper and the
time every rissue
"AGE CANNOT VFITHEB HEB,"
remarked an old gentleman, u bo razed
fondly upon the comely little woman by his
side; "but frankly," he continued, "at one
wine a waa airoia cosmetics would. Tbe silly
little woman, in order to appear youthful,
plastered her face with different varieties of
whitewash, yclept 'balms,' 'creams,' 'lotions,'
fto. "Yes," interrupted the little woman,
1 did, until my skin became like parchment
ana so pimpiy ana coarse." " Well," said the
listener, "What do you use now?" "Use,"
was the reply, "nothing but common sense
and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
Common sense told me that if my blood waa
pure, liver active, appetite and digestion good,
that -the outward woman would take on the
hue of health. The ' Discovery did all those
inings ana actually rejuvenated me. ' If you
would posses, a clear, beautiful complexion,
free from blotches, pimples, eruptions, yellow
spots and roughness, use the ''Golden Med
ical Discovery." It is guaranteed to do
an mm n is ciaixnea to, or money paid
ir " Hiu in promptly reiuiidea.
Oepyrlgbt, 1888, by Wobld's Dis. Mux Ass'lt.
for an incurable case of Ca
tarrh In tne Head bvthe
proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. By
its mild, soothing and healing properties, it
cures the worst cases, no matter of now long
Standing. By druggists, 60 cents.
C! iromr'o AAQilAmir The VAXes
Jti J.U.CIJ. J o .fi.va.u.m Oregon,
Conducted by the S'stera of the I'oly Names.
Tbia institution offers every adrantaae for home
and sociil comfort. The coarse of riudy comrriies
au tn Drenches or a tnorougn Ejiiisn education.
Special attention paid to the arts and ioreitni lan
guages. Studies resumed August So. for further
p rticuiafB apply to the superioress. aus
Tygh Valley Merc nan t and Exchaneg
Flour Cqual tt tne Best. 21111 Feed
Always on Han ".
sp31 "V7. M. McCORKLE, Prop.
. T. THOMPSON.
A.W. FAROE EE.
THOMPSON & FARCHER.
Near Mint building. Second St.
Hone-Shoeing and General Jobbing
Prices reasonable and to suit the times.
WE SPRING MEDICINE YOU WANT
6a 9 ffa B
raine s uee
Purines the Blood,
Strengthens the Nerves,
Stimulates the Liver,
Regulates the Kidneys and Bowels,
Gives Life and Vigor to every organ.
There's nothing like it.
" I abt snrin?. belnjy very much run down nnd
eeMllmtetl, 1 procured somect Pr.ines Celery
Compound. The use ot two bottles made me
feel like a new man. A3 a peueral tonic and
sc;1ne medicine, 1 do net know its CiuaL"
V.-. L. GKE! si.faf.
Brigadier (lencrnl V. X. O., liuriington, Yt
Sl.t-0. Slv. for .00. At Druggists.
DIAMOND DYES &,2&Z'&SSSiUCTATED FOOD&Zi
i W"- Z.rtll ' ' ' TO MAKE
k --?r;4 Esllslaas Biscuit
5 BFj flh .V "' L ' A k your Grocer for
1 'k h- ? 'COU BRAND
V WvT 1 ' SEA T-SALERATUS.
FISH & BASDOFS,
113 WASHINGTON STREET.
BET. SECOND AND THIRD.
SECOND STREET BETWEEN UNION AND COURT.
-.-Columbia Brewery Beer, :-:
AND FOR sSACUJ
ALL KINDS OF
'Also, the very best Imported
The One Price
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c.
Agent for the Bctterick Patterns, also for the Hall Bazaar Press Forms,
The Undersigned has Added
Berl and Rosewood Caskets,
Burial Rooes and Shrouds. Trimmings
and owna the 23ost Kleant Hearse east of the moan tains with all the
NO DSIAY IN FILLING ORDERS.
PIar of DDHinrNH. Third street, three doors
bouse, and adjoining his flailing Hill and Wagon Shop.
Place Of Residence. Fourth street, corner
I-J? FRRLEY I 1)1,
jjjT .TjjririyjnV -i 'iT- Successors to L. D. Fbank, deceased.
Wholesale and Retail Sealers
Tents, Wagon Covers.
' AJV THE
Conntrr Orders Promptly a tended f,o
-Sole Agent for the IMPROVED
THE 0R0 FIN0 WINE ROOMS,
13. KKLLER, Proprietor.
i ii Greg:0110 Vineyard Co. Agency.
All Wines and Brandies Guaranteed Strietly Pure.
The Be3t Wines, Liquors and
Try the best remedy for Dyspepsia,
Use It Now!
"naTlnir used your Palne's Celery Compound
this spring. I can safely recommend It as the
most powerful and at the same time most
Eenlle regulator. It 13 a splendid nerve tonic.
tad since taking it 1 Have felt like a new man.'
1L eT K.NOKK, Watertown, Dakota.
Wells, Richardson & Co. Prop3. Burlington. Vt.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
AND COURT STS.,
to bis Business a full line of
Black, White, French
of all descriptions at the Lowest Prices
east ofGibons, Macallister 4t Co's agricultural ware
of Washington. Can be sen at all hours ol the da;
Leather & Shoe Findings,
Carriage Trimmings. Etc
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL.
MONARCH Washinir Machine. "
Zinfardel 84, .
Cigars Always on Sale.
In the Circuit Court of the state of Oregon for
Joseph Stadelman, Plaintiff, vs. the Missionary So
ciety of the Methodist Episcopal
To the Missionary Soeiety of the Methodist Episcc
4 pal Church, the above named defendant:
In the name of the State of Oregon: You are
hereby required to appear and answer the complaint
filed against you in the above entitled suit within
ten days from the date of the service of this sum
mons upon you, if served within this county; or
if served in any other county of this state, then
within twenty days from the date of the service of
this summons upon you, and it served bv publica
tion upon, then on or before the first dav of the
next regular tetm of said court, to wit, Monday the
11th day of November, 18SJ, that beinjj the first ju
dicial day of Baid term; and if you fail so to appear
for want thereof the plaintiff will take a decree
against you, declaring
First, That plaintiff ts the owner in fee simple to
the whole of the following: described tract of real
estate lying ai;d beirnr situated in Wasco county,
Oregon, and being more particularly described as
follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on
the township line between townships one
and two, where the east line of the
Catholic Mifsiii Claim crosses said township
line, thence south with said east line of said Cat ho
lie Mission S07 feet to where it intersects The Palles
Military Reservation line; thence N 8V 40" E with
said Military Reservation line 1546 feet; thence N
SO' 10" W 1402 feet to where it intersects the township
line betwetn townships one and two; thence west
on said township line 2S9 feet to the place of begin
ning, and being parts of the Kfc of tht KW
and of the NV of the NE of S No. 4 in T 1 S,
U 15 E, and containing 1C 84-10'J acres of land.
Second, That the defendant has v.o riht or title to
said I an d nd that defendent be forever barred, es
topped and enjoined from setting up cr churning
anv riirht or title or interest in said described land,
and for such other and fuithcr relief as may seem
just and proper in the premises and for his costs and
disbursements of this suit.
This summons is published in The Dalles Times
Moitainekb, by order of Hon. J. H. Bird, judge of
the Circuit Court for the seventh judicial district ot
Dated at chambers at Dalles City, Oregon, this
4th day of September, 18SD.
STORY & BRADSHAW,
Attorneys for Plff .
In the County Comt of the State of Oregon for
In the Matter of the Fstite of Nancy Gager, de
To Julia A. Oban , Nettie Burnett, Charles A. Har
nett, R. Braden, Nancy Cui.ninyham and IJzzie
P. Parker, heirs at la.v of the estate of Nancy
Gager, deceased, and all other persons, known and
unknown, who may be interested iu said estate.
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are here
by cited and required to appear in the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for the County of Wasco, at
the court room thereof, at Dalles City, in said coun
ty, on the 4th day of November, 1S9, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon of said day, then and there to show
cause, if any there be, why an order should not be
made, authorizing and directing W. A. Obarr, the
administrator of said estate, to sell the following de
scribed real estate, belonging to said estate, for the
purpose of paying- and settling the unpaid claims
against said estate and expenses of administration
thereof, to wit:
The northwest quarter and the northeast quarter
of section 32 in township 1 north of range 15, east
of Willamette Mendiun. situate in Wasco county
Oregon, and you are hereby notified to appear be
fore said court at the time and place: aforesaid and
show came, if any there be, why said order shou d
not be made, and said above premises sold as afore
said. f , Witness the Hon. Caleb N. Thorn-
J seal. bury, Judge of the said County Court.
v 1 with the seal of said Court atHxed this
25th day of September, A. D.
Attest: GEO. H. THOMPSON,
By J. M. HUNTINGTON,
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the
county or asco.
In the matter of the estate of Asa Strong, deceased,
late oi tne county of wascu auu
-State of Oregon.
To the heirs of said deceased:
In the name of the State of Oregon: You are
hereby cited and reou'rei to appear in the county
court for the state of Oregon, Wasco countv, at the
courtroom thereof, in Palies City, Wasco county,
Oregon, on Wednesday, the Gth dy of November. A.
D. lHtjQ, at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day, then and
there to show cause, if any exist, why said Court
enoulu not grant tne petition of tne administrator,
now on file in said Court and make an order for the
sale of the real propeity of the said es ate, to wit:
Commencing at a point on the north side of First or
Main street in Dai lea City, 45 fet, 6 inches welter y
from the corner at the junction of Court and Main
streets, thence 100 feec northerly at rtifht angles to
Main street, to stake, thence 31 feet westerly and
parallel to Main street, thence southerly to Main
street to a point 21 feet from the teginning, thence
along tbe north line of Main street to the place of
be.'innimr, and being part of lot 5, in Dalles City,
Wasco county, Oregon. Said property being in
Dalles City, Waco County, Oregon.
Witness, the Hon C. N. Thombury, Judge of the
above entitled Court, with the seal of the said
Court on this 5th day of Oct., A D. Ih39.
CALEB N. THORaBURY,
Attest: GEO. H. THOMPSON. County Clerk.
12oc4t by J. M. HUNTINGTON. Deputy.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the
Countv of Wasco.
In the Matter of the Estate of Henry Whittaker,
To all the unknown heirs, if any there bo, of the
above named Jeceased, Greeting:
Iu the name of tbe state of Oregon, You are here
by cited and required to appear in the County Court
of tbe State of Oregon, for the County of Wasco, at
the court room thereof, at Dalles City, in said coun
tv, on Monday, the 4th day of November, 18!, at 2
o'clock in the afternoon ot that day, then and there
to show cause, if any there be. why an order should
not be made and entered herein authorizing and di
recting the executrix of the above named estate to
sell all of the real estate belonging to said estate, to
wit: Lots J, K, and L in block 84 of the Fort Dalles
Military Rsservation in Dalles City, Wasco county.
I " Witness, the Hon. C. N. Thombury,
j seal. Judge of the said County Court, wiih
1 ' ' the seal of said Court aliixed, this
26th day of September, A. D. 1S89.
Attest: GEO. H. THOMPSON,
By J. M. HUNTINGTON,
Executor's Notice of Final Settlement.
The undersigned hereby givo notice that they
have filed their final account as executors of the last
will and testament of S. B. Pratt, deceased, and that
by order of the Hon. C. N. Thombury, County
Judge of Wasco County, Oregon, duly made and en
tered on this day, directing notice thereof to be pub
lished herein, Tueid iy, Nov 5, 1689, (that being the
second day of the next regular term of the county
court for said county), at the hour of 2 o'clock P.
M., baa been appointed as tbe time, and the county
court room of the county court house of said county
has been designated as the place, for the hearing of
objections to such final account, and tbe settlement
thereof. T. H. McUKbEK,
N. W. WALLACE,
Executors of the last will and testament of S. B.
Dalles City, Oct. 4. lS89.-St
Estate of Nathan W. Harper, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned hae
been duly appoiuted Executor of the estate or Nathan
W. Harper, deceased, by the county court of ths
state of Oregon, for the county of Wasco. All per
sons having claims asainst said estate, are hereby
notified anu required to present the same with tbe
proper vm, die. s to me at the law hfiice of W. S. Mey
eis, No. 124 Court street. The Dailes, Oregon, within
six months from this date. C. E. BAYARD,
September 7, lt&d. Executor of said estate.
I have endeavored to personally see the owners of
city property, in order that I might make an intel
ligent and equitable assessment. Jn many case I
have failed to find the parties at home. Believing
that my duty in the premises has been fully done,
an finding my large to k of patience at a very low
ebb, I officially request all those whom I have not
seen, to call upon me at my office as son as practi-
The firm of B akcly & Clark has this day dissolved
by mutual consent. The business will be continual
at tbe old stand under the firm name aid style of
tsiaseiy & iiou'nton. tne latter named gentlemau
having purchased the interest of Mr. Clark, wh? re
tires from tlte firm. All bills and accounts due tbe
late firm are payable to tbe firm of B'.akeiy &
Houghton. Oct. ll.liH'J.
Board of Equalization.
The Board of Equalization for Waeco county will
meet in the Court House in Dalles City Octouer 23,
auu win comir.u s in session one weeK.
H UOL'KLAY Assessor.
.NOTICE FOR PUB1ICATION.
Laad Omat at Trs Dallxs, Oregon,
Notice is hereby riven thai the followuur-named
settlei has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said pi out
win oe uuuie oeiore cne register anu receiver at Jhe
Dalles, Oregon, on October 2jS, lttefl, viz:
Caroline C. Connelly,
Guardian of Orson B. Connellj-, Hd 2C68, for the S
WK of the N V. and WW of the SW V. Seeai Ti
N, tt 14 E, W H
He names the following witnesses to prove his
contiuuous residence unon and cultivation of. mid
Henry Williams, A. Ferguson, James M. Benson,
II. W. Steele, all ol the Dalles, Wasco county, Ore
sepatd F. A. McDONALD, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lakd Orro at Ths Dai.lfs. Ok.,
t-ept. 12, liM).
Notice is hereby civen that the following uamed
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the register and receiver
of the U. S. land office at The Dalles, Or., on October
21, 1B89, viz:
(amuel K el ley.
Hd 13S3, for the NE ! Sec 8, T 1 S, R 13 E, W M
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous resiaence upon anu cultivation of said
John Hoot. Chas. Thompson, Geo. Patterson and
win. Patterson, all ol Toe Dalles, Or.
scp!4 F. A. ale DONALD. Register.
TIMBER CULTURE, FINAL PROOF
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
17. B. Lasd OrricK, Tug Dalles, Or.,
September 12, 1889.
Notice is hereby given that
Joaliua O. Warner
Has filed notice of his intention to make final proof
before Rejrister and Receiver U. 8. Land Office at his
office in The Dalles, Oregon, on Friday, the 25th day
of October, 1880, on timber culture application 'o.
386, for the bW 14 of Sec 10, T 8 S, R 14 E.
He names as witnesses.
Hadon O'Neal, of Kiniisley, W. T. Wright, Polk
Butler, of Nansene, Frank Graves, of Eingsley, all
of Wasco county, Oreeon,
F. A. MCDONALD, Begistor.
Crandall & 3S3-u.:ro1;,
Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Parlor
TTncierta.lin.g' a, Specialty.
Coffins, Caskets, Burial "Robes, Etc.
an be found at all hours of the dag or niijht at their via v r.f business, Washington street, two dears north
from Second. Sty of Hed Liylit.
C. E. DUNHAM,
SOL.E AGEST FCR
J VJ - i ml rt m.
PAT? JULY I5I1Q7S.
Svery Pair Pnrchasesl Guaranteed.
STATIONERY ATD CIGARS.
Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal uses. Prescriptions com-
CALL AND SEE HQ OSIER FEIfCE MACHINE, 0S MACHINE
that gives a continuous twist to the wire. In operation at
THE PACIFIC FENCE WORKS,
Strong, Durable, Neat, and the
H B. HEED,
B. WING-ATE & GO,
VTIIOLESALE AisD RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Crockery, Hardware and Farm Implements.
300 to 304 Second St.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
PRINZ & NITSCHKE,
WHOLESALE A.I KETAIL
Furniture & Carpet Dealers.
Are happy to announce to the
public that they have succeeded
in procuring the special jobbing
rates ol the celebrated
which enables us to sell
tue and Carpets at prices hith
erto unknown in Oregon,
A Few of Our Quotations will
Hardwood bent Chairs, each 75 cts
Cane Rockers 2 00
Ash Bedstead 3 50
W'oven-wire ilattressca S 50
Louuires 12 00
13-CaXHm A.JVO BEE CH ! t-1
C. G. ROBERTS, Manager,
Tlie Talles, Oregon.
The most desirable Warehouse in town
exhibition to buyers,
Forwarding, Consignments, Grading and Baling
PROMPTLY ATTE1X DED TO.
Cash advanced for freights r.nd on consignments.
Highest Cash Price paid for Wool, Pelts and Furs.
The Celebrated French? Cure,
Is Sold oh x
to cure nn y
form of nervous
disease, or any
disorder o( tlie
isiri" from the r I tH
exo-s. uu use of Stinmliuits, Tobnccu or Opium,
or tlirougli youthful indiscretion, over i 1 1. 1 n 1 tr
eucc, &c, such ns Loss of Brain l'ower. Wnkpftil'
ness. Itcnriui- down ruins in the Rnrk. Sontitial
Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration Nocturn
al luillssioiis. lucoiT)io?a. Dizziness. Weak Metiv
ory, IxiKsof Poiver mid Iniiotoiicy. which If ne-
priectefl ouen lewl to pretnatureoiu n?enii'l msnif
liy. j'rirefi.uu a uox. t uoxoa lor fo.uu bent by
man on rweipr oi price.
A WllITTKN ;u ATJAJTTEI5 for every 5.0C
order, to refund the tuonev if a l'eriiiaiint
eure is not effected. Thousands of testimonials
from old and youne. of both sexes, permanently
cureu dv APiiRoniTiNK. t ireiiiBr tree. Anuress
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
BOX 27 PORTXAND, OR
BLAKELEY & HOUGHTON, Druggists.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE DALLES. OKEGOX.
C. J. Smith, Prop'r.
Buy at Home and Save Freight and Agentt'
Lock Box 218. THE DALLES, OREGON.
Ornament, 'window Shades, Etc.
Keeps in stock a full line of
Kazors, Knives, Scissors,
at all hours.
Cheapest Fence in the World.
MRS. E. WIXGATE,
Of old tir.n of E. Wingatd & Co
Convince the Most Slcepticai:
Bed-lonngreg 15 00
Ash Btxlroom Seta 2S Ot
Brussels Carpets, per yard 71
Incraiu Carpets, do 21
TUE OLD ESTABLISIIIU
Second St., East End,
AUGUST BUCKLER, PROP.
Has been refitted throughout with the
LATEST IMPROVED , MACHINERY,
And is now manufacturing the
Best Keg and honied Beer
Mr. Buchler always aims to adopt the latest brew
Idk apparatus and wHI furnish his custoniers bt
equal to auy in this market: wtf
HENET I. KUGK,
Manufacturer of and dealer in
Harness and Saddlery,
Second St., near Moody's Warehouse,
THE DALLES, - ... . OREGON
Umtranteed to CUve Bat-
1,500 SPANISH MERINO BAMS.
From the Rimrock Sheep Ranch.
tttp tiArr tni; Till sfc'Ailv'j
W p.n. nii n-i.i. i arr. in Ann rnmiitinn. and
season's trade, the best lot we have ever oHered to rhe public, and only ask an .iuspection to prove what
Those wishing rams would do well to call early, solcct, brand, and leave them with mi FREE of
CUAItUE mitifnrcedinir season this fall.
Pi-ieeei Lower 1 Uin Ever, and crisis lCivay.
Thankintr our many patrons for their ,veiy liberal patranajje accorded ns in ths past, we respectfully
solicit an inspection of enr stock this season. ... , .
Our ranch is located on The Dalles and Prineville Stage Road at HAY CltKEh, Crook County, Oregon.
For furthar particulars, call on or ad'res.
BALDWIN SHEEP AND LAND CO.,
8rrniio to VAN IIOIITEN I1KOS. A CO.. Hav Cs. f)
33. WIN GJ -
A COMPLETE LINE OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC '
Iron and Steel.
Wmm Implements. .
STUDEBAKER WAGONS. HACKS AND BUGGIES.
ur lew Fall Stock !
COMPRISING EVERYTHING FOUND IN A
First Class Dry Goods Store.
Ozvll mitl See
H. MOODY &; CO.
A. L: NEWMAN
Has opened a
Corner of Second and Union Sts.
GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS. PROVISIONS. ETC.
The groceries will behew and fresh, and such as axe demanded
in this market.
In connection with the Grocery will supply Bread and Pastry of
64 Second St., near Cor. Union.
Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Papers, Decorations,
Mouldings and Picture Frames, Cor
nice Poles, Etc.
;X.:EErJS THIM3VI33D PIIEE.
Oil PuintinRs, Cliromos
THE LARCEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN OREGON.
Free Omnibus to anil from the Hotel.
Fire-Proof Safe for the Safety of alfValuablts.
TkhUand Baggage Office of the Oregon Railway A Kaviqaiion Company, and Office of tit
Western Union Telegraph Company, are in e Hotel.
TRACTS DEPART FROM THIS HOUSE
2:40 P. M. PORTLAND
GERMANIA BEER HALL.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Always On Hand.
ALL KINDS OF BOTTLED BEER.
391, 393 and 395 SECOND STBEET,
(Adjoining Railroad Depot.)
Prompt Attention to those who
The Highest Price paid in Cash
COO TllOKOUGUbltED AND lOWO H1UII GRADE
free from diseese. We consider our rams for this
TO LATE FIRM
- TE: OO.
and Steel Ensraviiigs.
ew umeTiiia House,
THE DALLES. OREGON
& SINNOTT, Proprietors,
AT 12:10 P M Jn R WALLA VT ALIA.
Solicited ! k
favor me with their patronage.
for Wheat, Barley, Etc., Etc.