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NOW I LAY SiB DOWS fO SLEEP
A contemporary says the following
poem was left in his office by an un
known man who came to atk for work.
Near the camp-fire's flickering light,
In my blanket bed I lie,
Gazing through the shades of night
At the twinkling stars on high.
O'er me spirits in the air
Silent vigils seem to keep, '
As I breathe my childhood's prayen
"Now I lay me down to sleep "
Sadly sings the whippoorwill
. In the boughs of yonder tree;
Laughingly the dancing mill
Swells the mdnigbt melcdy.
Foeman may be'lurking near,
In the canyon dark and deep,
Low I breathe in Jesus' ear:
"I pray the Iy-d my soul to keep."
Mid the stars one face I see,
One the Savior called away;
.Mother, who in infancy
Taught my baby lips to pray.
Her sweet spirit hovers near
In this lonely mountain break,
Take me to her, Savior, dear,
"If I should die before I wake."
Fainter grows the flickering light,
As each ember slowly dies. ,
Plaintively the birds at night,
Fill the air with saddening cries.
Over me they seem to cry:
"You may never more awake."
How I lisp, "If I should die,
I pray the Lord, my soul to take."
; "Now I lay me down to sleep,
. i pray the Lord my soul to keep;
If 1 should die before I wake.
I pray the Lord my soul to take."
The Lowest of Human Beingi.
Tbe advertising colamns of the Lon
don newspapers have recently announced
that nine cannibals from Terra del Fuego
would be fed three times a day in view
of the audience at the Aquarium. At 2,
6 and 10 o'clock the spectators have en
joyed the privilege of seeing these speci
mens of an extraoidinary type of Ameri
. can savage, heat their beef and fish ovei
a fire, and then tear the flesl) to pieces
with their fingers and devour it practi
This family of Ona Indians are the only
representatives of their large tribe that
have ever been taken from their homts.
The thing about the Onas which most
stimulates scientific Interest and popular
curiosity is tbe fact that tbey are regar
ded bv some authorities as tbe lowest
stratum of uncivilized humanity that has
yet been discovered. This family now
in London seem to possess tbe most limi
ted vocabulary. Lista said hecou'dcot
learn that tbe Onas have any words ex
cept those relating to hnnting and fishing
ana tne lew natural objects (bat interest
them. Popper could never get them to
. speak except in mcnosyllibles, and they
- seldom made themselves intelligible. It
is probable tbat their vocabulary does
sot embrace more than 200 or 300 words.
The brief accounts given in tbe London
newspapers of these visitors bear witness
that tbey are blessed with wonderful ap
pentes. ine explorers wno Dave seen
them at home also testify tbat when food
is scarce they can endure hunger with re
markable fortitude. Mr. Stubeorauch,
who has a sheep ranch on the coast, tells
' a curious story of a captive Ona girl,
about sixteen years old, who fell into his
hands while he was chasing her friends,
who had been stealing sheep. He Bays
she refused to take any kind ot food for
eight days. On the ninth day he placed
tne carcass ot a sheep heside her. Break'
fast then began, lasted three hours, and
when it was over, as Mr. Stubenrauch as
serts with great solemnity, the girl's body
was swollen to extraordinary dimensions
and tbe sheep had almost entirely disap
- Low as these miserable creatures are in
the scale of humanity, it can hardly be
said tbat some of the poorest of the
Shoshone tribes in our own latitude oc
' copy a much higher plane. Some of the
wretched natives in Nevada and other
parts of tbe great basin, living in boles
dug in hillsides, or merely sheltered by
Drusn neaps, greedily eating food tbat
most other savages reject, are unmistak
ably the poorest specimens of mankind
in North America. As the western his
torian, Brancroft, says it is hardly possi
ble to conceive a lower phase of hu
I appose 1 to be Ciibs.
A mulatto supposed to be Gibbs, the
murderer, was arrested at Hamburg Bar,
Cal., last Saturday by deputy Sheriff
Clarkson, of Yrekn. The Journal gives
- we xoiiowing version:
The colored man arrested was first
tracked from crossing the Anderson ferry
at Klamath river, from which point he
journeyed down tbe river, wearing a rail
road cap at the time, which be afterwards
threw away, securing a white wool hat,
but wore a straw hat when arrested. He
sr. stole a boat at Hamburg Bar, to go down
the river, which the Indians took away
7 i,-irom him, and then journeyed down to
, Scisd; but returned again to Hamburg
- JDar. lacing an inaian ana Tom tjaijney,
. . well armed, to stand guard outside, pro-
. ceeded to tbe place. Clarkson asked the
: Indians at the rancbene if tbay had a fire
inside, stating that be would like to warm
. bis hands which were very ce4d, and was
Invited to come in. While warming him
self, be Inspected the colored man wbo
sat close by with bis head down and arms
. folded, and jerking out a pistol placed it
under nis prisoner s nose, making him
throw up bis hands, which be held close
and tight against his breast. On search
ing if he had any weapons, a pistol was
xouna in tne Dreast pocket of his coat,
against which his arm was close) v pressed
The prisoner gave his name as Bates, and
says he was arrested lately on charge of
Killing a man in Texas, which could nt
be proen, and now asserts that the offi
cere have captured the wrong man. In his
pockets were found a Southern Pacific R
R. guide, and a small amount of coin, nd
from descriptions at present known, be is
. ueuevea to be tne ngbt men. The man
arrested for complicity in the false accu
satidu of robbery against Donaldson, of
Bedding, : now in jail, thinks be is the
right man, and claims to know him. If
the man arrested as above stated, proves
to be the guilty person, the party making
u ... : 1 1 1 . . i . j . . .
uie capiuro win uo eaimeu 10 receive li e
$ 1,800 reward ottered.
' Tbe officer thinks he has tbe right man
and will start with him to Portland to
day. ' -
trOIREN AN2 EIICE.
The reason why a woman is afraid of a
mouse is a profound mystery indeed, it hafl
never been very elenrjy proven tunt sho is.
Hut some women are constantly in such a
nervous, irritnblo condition tiutf the slightest
thing annoys and startles them. The cause of
this unfortunate stato of affairs ia usually
some functional derangement; somo distress
ing or painful irregularity, somo derange
ment or peculiar weakness incident to her
sex ; or, it may be due to inllummution, ul
ceration or displacement, of some of the
pelvic visoern, or to other organic lesions
peculiar to her sex. From whichever cause
it may arise. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion is a pntilite remedy, so ct-tr.in in itn
curative results that its manufacturers sell
it, through drtifrfriats, under ft czuirantce of
its giving satisfaction in every case, or
money paid for it will bo promptly re
funded. Aa a soothing and strengthening
nervine, " Favorite Prescription " is une
quiili.nl and is invaluable in allnying- find sub
cuinfr nervous excitability, irritability, ex
haustion, prostration, hysteria, 6p;isn3 and
other distressing-, nervous symptoms com
monly attendant upon functional and oranio
fiiseaso of the womb. It induces refreshing
Bleep and relieves mental anxiety and de
spondency. Copyright, 188$, by World's Dis. JIzd. ASE'X.
Gi PIERCE'S PELLETS MS
Laxative, or Cathartic according to size of
cjso. y Druggists, ia cents a vial.
TIMBKlt LAND. ACT JUNE 3. 1S78
KO'ITCU FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Onm at Tiik Pjllfs, Or.,
I ctober 14. 18H.
Nf-t'ce is hereby jrivpn that in compliance with the
nrovisions of the'act of congress of J line 3. 1878. en
titled "An act for the .ale of timber land in the
,-tatea of California, Oregon, rteiaua and . Washing
Abraham I. IHsbrcw,
Of Hood River. County of Wasro, f tate of Orearon.
has this day filed in this officii hi sworn statement
No. 83, for the purchase of the E V, of the 1-E
and SW J of the SE J of Sec IX, T 1 N, R 10 E, and
wi 1 offer proof to show tbat the land fought is more
valuable for its timber or ttone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to said land be
fore the rcistcr and receiver o; this office at The
Dalles. Oregon, on Tutfday, the 21th dv of Decern-
lie names as witnesses:
Albert B. Jones. Audubon Win-ins. WUron It. Wi-
nana. Elmer K. Griftiu. all of Hoed River. Oregon.
Auv and all perw iis claim ng a-ivereely the abeve
dencribed lauds are requested to fi'e thou claim in
this orti-.-e on or before the said 24th day of Decern
F. A. MCDONALD, Register.
Slakes Yoo tiyngrv
I nave used Fame's Celery Compound and it
lias had a salutary
elect. It Invigorat
ed the system and I
feel like a now
man. It Improves
the appetite and
tion.' J. T. Coro-
land, Primus, S. C.
is a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant to
the taste, quick in its action, and without any
injurious effect, it gives that rugged health
which makes everything; taste good. It cures
dyspepsia and kindred disorders. Physicians
prescribe It. f 1.00. Six for (5.00. Druggists.
Wells. Richardson Co., Burlington, Vt.
Spring medicine meansmore now-a-days than It
did ten years ago. The winter of 1S83-S9 has left
the nerves off fagged out. The nerves must be
strengthened, the blood purified, liver aud
bowels regulated. Paine's Celery Compound
the Spring medicine ofto-daij does all this,
as nothing else can. Prescribed by nyriciant,
Recommended by DrvggiaU, Endorsed by MinMtrt,
Guaranteed by tlte Uanvfactarere to be
' In the spring of 1?87 I was all run down. I
would get up in the mornins wlih so tired a
feeling, and was so weak that I could hardly get
around. I boughtabottleof Paine's Celery Cora
round, and before I had taken it a week 1 felt
very much belter. I can cheefully recommend
It to all who need a building up and strengthen
ing medicine." airs. U. A. Dow, DurlUigton, vu
Color anything any color. . ,itjt'ii ennn Xnurhht babia perfectly
A'ezer Fwll Alantyt urc! "It i H I LU r UUU j fhysicinnifurordc.
4J VjS fe- irte ch-5; fe '4u
t . ' TO M A ' e a
4 -a- I
v Ball:!ans Elscsit
't J Ask your Grocer for
lor COW GRAND
M p SGDA Ii SALERATU3,
r lisiihtcTfsii ti
NOTICE FOR rUBUCATION.
Lxhd Office at Tbk Dalles, Okfoox,
Notice is hereby giveo that the fol'owiog named
settier has filed uotiee f his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and thet amid proof
will be made before the rcgiitcr and receiver of the
I', b. land oniceal ine Italics, ur., ou Ittcenioer u,
Tliomus 31. Brcdlry.
Hd 1083. for the W, SEU and S'-J, SE, Sec. U
r:. 1 H, It 14 .
lie n -niej the followimr witnesses to prove his
eonciuuuus redidencc np in and cultiiation of, said
I'ind. viz: J. L. H.inna. of Boyd. Oregon: AnUv
Allen, Ijaac Young, Martin Jackaba, The Dalles.
Nuv. 1. T. A. MCDONALD, Kcgister.
TIMBEK CULTER, FINAL PROOf
KOTICK FOR PUULICATIOX.
Laxu Office, at Tiik Dalles, Cr.,
October as, 1S.
Notice is hereby given that Charles Davis has filed
notice of intention tn make final proof before ltegiii-
ter and Receiver, U. tj. 1 u.t at his omce in The
Dalles. Or., on Saturday, the 21st day of December,
188a. c.n timber culture aiinlication Ho. 300. for the
SW H, KB 54.NW ), Mband NEJSW J and Lot
st quarter of bucuoti no lo, i'i rownsnip no. a, a
nauge Ao. 14 j. lie names lis witnecsea: wm. r.
Helms, Nansensc; Or., Frank T. Craves, Peter J.
Haiirahan, Alex. McLeod, Kingsley, Or.
Hoy. z. J? . a. a-ciiUAAijL, ncgiitcr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laxd Offici at Ins Dalles, Okf.oon,
October 7, lsc'J.
Notice is horeby siven that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make tiual
proof in support of his claim, and tt-at said proof
wni oe maue Detore tne regisrcr and receiver at ine
Dalles, Oregon, on November 25, Ibsv, viz:
William ft. JVeaijenck.
D S SSS4, for the SW Sec fi, T 3 S, It 13 E, W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upon aud cultivation of said laud,
Hush Coin-lay. naltrr Henderson. Thomas F.
Jlorrui, Kobert Kellev, all of Kings'ey, tr.
. A. ucuoAL,u, Kegieter.
KOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Tiik Dalles, Oreoos,
Octolier 29. 1B.S9.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
seltlti has Sled notice of hij intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, aud that Eaid proof
win be made before tne register and receiver ac ine
Lteiles, Oregon, on December 20, Ibsu, viz:
' Andrew Canfield,
Od 1159, for the E of the NEJ and E J of the SE
I, Sic 28, T 1 8, H 15 .
He names the following witnesses to prove his
coi.uuuou? resiuence upon ana cumvauon of, said
Albert Roberts, H. C. Crockett, Itcsor Gilhnusen.
of Tiie Dalles, Oregon, and Jaob Craft, of Nansene,
novzi r. a. mcuom ALU, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Offici at Ths Dalles, Or.,
October 3, 18S9.
Notice Is hereby given that tbe foUowimr-named
settlHr has filed notice of bis intention to commute
and make final proof in support of bis claim, and
that said proof wiil be made before Register and
Keceiver at xne Dalles, Or., on November 25, 1889.
Bd 2633, for the SW Sec 4, T 8 8, R 14 B.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
contiuuous residence upon and cultivation of, said
WHIard Wriuht, of Nansene. Or.. Lafavette Davis.
Ezra Henson, Frank Craves, of Kingaley, Or.
ocl9 r. A. MCDONALD. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Office at The Dalles. Oa.,
October 16, 18S9.
Notice is hereby triven that the following tiamed
settler hns filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support ot 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 Noveni-
oer 27, isou, viz:
, John F. Boor,
Hd 1251, for tbe &E ? of the NW 4, VT Vi of the N
W J4 and NW J of the SW. Sec S, T 1 8, R 13 E.
lie names tno following witnesses to prove bis
aontinunus residence upon and cultivation of said
Joseph Means. A. 8. Mott. A. J.-Crubb. Thomas
Gray, all of The Dalles, Or.
octl9 F. A. AlcUO.NALU. Register.
Ine Wen-Bred iilrl.
New York Sun
Do you know many well-bred girls?
Uu, tDey can always be told.
A well-bred girl thanks a man who
. gives ber a seat in tbe street car, and does
it in a qniet and not in an effusive way.
She doesn't turn around to look after
' jambleis or poising; actors on the street,
and she dosea't think ber good looks are
causing tne men to stare at her.
She di esn'f. wear all ber jewelry in the
,s6ay tim, and she understands that dia
. raoniKr Tigs, earrings and bracelets were
intended for the evenings alone.
She doesn't go to supper after tbe
theatre is over alone with a man.
She toes not declare tbat she never
rides in street-cars.
She di es not accept a valuable present
from any man unless she expects to marry
She doesn't talk lond in public places
She doesn't shove or push to get fie
best seat, and she doesn't wonder why in
the world people carry children in the
cars and why they permit tbem to cry.
She does not speak of ber mother in a
sarcastic way, and she shows her tbe lor
lng deference that is her dne.
Siic dosen't want to be a man, and she
dosen't try to imitate him by wearing
stiff bat?, smoking cigarrettes an3 udng
an occasii nal big, big D.
She doei n't say tbe bates women, and
she has s me good, true friends among
them,- . ...
- She dc n't wear boots without their
buttons, or a frock that needs mending.
She docmt scorn the use of the needle,
acd txpecis some day to make clothes for
i rv little people, wbo will be very dear
A giraffe was born at the Cincinnati!
Zoological Gardens on the 20 of last
month. . - '
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laxd Office at Tue Dali.es, Or.,
Octobei lu, 18S9.
Notice is hereby given ' that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intern ion to make final
proof in bupport of his claim, and tbat said pro- f
will be made before the register aud receiver at The
Dalles, Oregon, on December 14, lbS9, viz:
Hd 3317. for the lots 2 and S and SW of NE V
and SE l4 of NW , See. T i N, R 12 t, W M.
lie names tne touuwing wirieses to prove his
cn-itinuous residence upon and culiiiaion of said
Robert Densmrre. John Bluer, of Mosier. Or., and
El nest Frederick, Daniel Timings, of The Dalles, Or.
OCtlH r. A MClKiNAL,l Kfinster.
TIMBER CULTURE, FINAL PROOF-
NOTICK FOX PUBLICATION.
U. S. Lasd Office. The Dalles, Ok.,
October 2., 18e.
Notice is hereby given that
W illiam -'. Helm
Has filid notice of his intention to make final proof
before hegister and Receiver U.S Land i ithce at their
ulhee in The Djlles, Oregon, on ondav. the 9ih day
of December, low, on timber cuiluro application
So. 4f C. for Lots 1 and 2 aud tbe SE lA of Uie NE 1
of Sec4,T3S, R 14 E.
He namiM as witnesses.
W. 1 . Wright. Janie- Moore, Po'k Butler and
G. T. Kellei , all of Nausene, Wasco o unty, Oregon.
oetio F. A. alcDONALD, Register.
Final Settlement Notice.
T ) all whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, ad-
mitrsl' atrlx of the estare of Loran Kimball, deceas
ed, his filed her final account as such ad uinietratrix
a i n the Co nty Court of the State of Oregon for
as. o iAiuiity. and tnn ine Judge oi suid court nas
appointed Monday, ihd 4ih day of November, 1889,
'it tne nour ot one o ciock r. la., as tne lime lor bear
ing objections to said final account nd the settle
ment thereof. All heirs, creditor, or other persons
interested in said estate are hereby notified to ap
pear on or before said time appointed for said hear
ing and final settlement, nd file their objections
U.ereto, if any they have, or to any particu ar item
thereof, apeciiving the particulars of such objec
Dated this 3d day of October, 1SS!.
Ad nistratrix of tbe Eitate of Lorun Kimball, do-
TINWARE AND HARDWARE
FISH & BABDO.N'S
113 WASHINGTON STREET.
BET. SECOND AND THIRD
F. LEMKE, PROP'R,
ii.TiEa?s5 orv DRAUGHT
-:-Columbia Brewery Beer,:-
SECOND STREET BETWEEN UNION AND COURT.
AIVJO FOR SALE
ALL KINDS OF BOTTLED BEER.
Also, tie Yery best Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
The One Price Cash House,
COR. SECOND A
-wr m "ru i&t tt
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps, Uoots and Shoes, &c.
Agent for tne BnUerick Patterns, also for the Hall Bazaar Dress Forms,
Wagm UiDllf HIS
The Undersigned has Added to his Business a full line of
Metallic, Cloth-covered, Black, White, French
Berl and Eosewood Caskets,
Burial Robes and Spends. Trimmings of all descriptions at the lowest Prices
and owns the Most Elegant Hearse east of the mountains with all the
NO DSXAY IN FILLING ORDERS.
PI are of Rn Mine aw. Third 'street, three doors east of OHmds. Macalliator & Go's agricultural ware
house, aud adjoining his flauiufc Mill and Wagon Shop.
Flare of Residence.
Fourth street, corner of Washinfctcn. Can be sen at all hours cf the day
Jft. iVi k Successors to L. D. Fkakk, deceased,
pi Wholesale and Retail Dealer
Leather & Shoe Findings,
Tents, Wagon Covers, Carriage Trirmings, Etc
Country Onlera Promptly a tended to
General ! Mercknfe
Sshutiler's and TuhlarAsle Wagons,
HARDWARE, liU'l, STEEL.
Wagon-3Iakers' and Blacksmiths' Stoclc.
tSSole Affeiit for the 1MPKUVEU MONARCH Wasbina; Uachine.a
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 lieits, ir any there he, of the
above named leceased, Greetiti:
In the name cf the state of Oregon, You are here
by cited and nxmired to aje:ir in ihe Countv Court
of thj State of Oregon, for the Couiity of Wasco, at
the court room tlieitof, at Lfalles City, in said coun
ty, on Monday, the 4th day of November, Ioa!, at t
o'clock in the afternoon ot that day, then and thtre
to sho ems?, if any there be. why an order should
not be made and entered herein authorizing and di
recti the executrix itf the above named estate to
sell all of the real LUtte beiot trim to said etate, t
wit: Lots Jt K, and L in hlovk fc4 of the Koru D.llei
Military lLiM-rvation in liallcs City, Wasco county,
. . ' j Witness, the Hon. O. N. Tliornbory,
I seal. J- Judjre of the said County Court, wi Ji
v ' ' the seal of said Court ailixed, this
2Cth dav of ScpUuiber, A. 1.
Attcbt: liCU. U. THOMPSON.
By J. M. HUNTINGTON,
It the County Court, for the County of Wnsoo and
htate of Oregon, Novi-mlier i;h, IS-i.
Whereas. It has cmnc to the kinnvieilire of thi
Court that ths Act of the Legislative Asnmhly of
the State of Oregon, a) proved Feb. 2lt, 157. au
thoiizinj 'Ttie County Courts of the seveml coiui
ties" to pay bounties lor the sea!pi of certain wild
auim ils ufitih nmy be killed in the respective couii
t'CS, has been abused.
It in ordered that from, after and incluainjr the
date of this order, (Nov. ti n, !&!.) no vuch huunty
or bounties shail he p.ud l-v the Countv of Wasco, or
the authorities or the said CVmuty, until the further
order of thU Court.
CALKIS .r. THORBt'RY, County Judjje.
11. A. Leavers, County Cuiumisiioner
seal Geo. H. Thompson, Connty Clerk. D3t
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for
In the matter of the estate of Henry Whittaker,
In punmance of an onler made and entered herein
on the 4th day of Nuvetnber, 1 i. authorizing and
directing me to soil all i f the real proper tv belong
ing to si'id estate, 1 will, on the 14:ii ria f Decem
ber, lfets:. at the hour of 2 oc.ock P. M. on said-day,
at the diHr of the County Court House in Dahes
City, Wasco Countv, Oregon, sell at public aueti .n
to the highest and be?t bidder for cch iu hand, all
of the real property belonirin to said estate, to-wit:
LoU J, K and L in Block b in the Fort i-alies Mili
tary lieervation in Dalle Citv, tlrtiron.
MAUI A WHITTAKER,
Executrix of the Last Wiil aud Testament of Henry
Executor's Notice of Final Settlement.
The undersigned hereby give notice that they
have filed their final account as executors of the last
will and testament of S. D. Pratt, deceased, and that
by order of the Hon. C. N. Thoriibury, County
Judre of Wasco Countv. Oregon, duly made and en
tered on this rlay, oirecting notice thereof to be pub
lished herein, Tuesd y, Nov. 5, lbfc!, (that beiny the
second day of the next regular ttnn o the county
court for said county), at the hour of 2 o'clock P.
M., haa been appointed as the time, and the county
court room of the county court house of said county
has been designated as the place, fur the Hearing of
objections to such final account, and the settlement
thereof. T. II- McGKbKK,
N. W. WALLACE,
Executors of the last will and testament ot S. B.
Dalles City. Oct. 4. lSS9.-5t
Land Okfjck at Tub Dalles, Or.,
October 30, liteD.
Complaint having been entered at this office hy
John Dt ekman agamst Joseph Newcorub for aban
doning hid homestead entrv No. 1308. dated Cct.
l8f lHtsA, uHn the N VV54, in Sec 20, T4S.ll IT K,
in Wasco county, Uregou, witn a view to tne cancel
lation of said entry, the said tartic:.rs hereby tum
moneJ to appear at this olHce on the 21st day of
December, at 1 o'clock P- m., tt respond and
furnish testimony roi.eeruiiig sad alleged abindon
meut. William Holder, Notary Public at Grass Val
ley, Oregon, is authonzd to take tustiiuony in thin
cace at Grass Valley, Orwron, on Dec. 12, IsSt. at 10
o'cloek a. ni. F. A. MCDONALD, Itdit Ur.
T. W. Slush ek, Receiver. Aov. 1.
Orandall & B-argret, ! 1,500 SPANISH MERINO RAMS.
Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Farlor Crnament, Window Shaded, Etc.
Collins, Caskets, Uoj
an be found at all hours of the daif or night at their p'
from SfCttnd. A
fhingtcn ttreet tiro doors north
i HeT- iwa
SOL'S AGENT FOR
Kccs in stock a full line of
vpry Pair Parciasa'i Guaranteed.
Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal uses.
pounded at all hours.
Eazi.rs, Knives, Scissors,
PATENT MEDICINE 3.
EY AND CIGARS.
CALL AXD SEE
HG03IEE FENCE MACEIHE, MACHIXE
that gives a continuous twist to the wire. In operation at
By virtue of an execution issued out of the C;r
cuit Court of the State f Oregon fr Wasco County
in an action entitled Geo. Wa'Mnir a. teteriiit'r
Star and to n.e directed and delivered, I did ou
the iaih day oi : October, le y uion tnd witl
sell at public auction, to the hihedt bidder. fr
ca-h 111 hand, on Saturday, the 7th day ot leecniber,
ISh!), at 1 o clock p. in. of said day, at ti e Court
H.ue door in Dalit's City, in Wawjo county, O e
iron. Ihe foiK'Winir described property, to wit: Ml
of the riiiht, title aud interest ot tue sitid titer inir
Stilus of , in or to Lot lo, in Jilo:k ti, in 11 clow s
edtlition to Dalles City.W.ico Co,Orcii,or so much
thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy the sum of
fciti 00 with interest thereon at the rate of 8 per
cent, from Sept. 10, A I. 1&9.
Taktn and levied upon ac tlie property of Ster.insr
Stogs to satisfy said sum of gio.OD und interest
nereon in lavor of up . "aiKiiiM, t--iren er witu
costs and accruing cocts. OEoUOiE IIKhUKI.T,
bhcriff of W'usco Couniy, Oregon.
Dated at Dalles C:tv, Or , Oct. 35, lit!.
Strong, Durable, Neat, and the Cheapest Fence in the World.
MRS. E. WINGATE,
Of old lirm of E. Wingale & Co
B. WING-ATE & CO.,
WHOLESALE A.D RETAIL DEALERS IN
WE HAVE FOK THIS SEASON'S TRADE, BOO THOHOUUilliKED AND lOOO UIOII GRAPE
Rams, all of which aro in line condition, and frie from dirccec. W consider our rani, fur Uii
season's trade, the best lot we hare ever offered to rhc public, aud only ask an inspection to prove what
Those wishing rams would do well to call early, select, brand, and leave them with us FREE ot
CilAKiE uuliforcedinir season this fall.
I?rK??w I-.ower t linn ICvei. nu i n lt'oty.
Tliai.ktns our many patrons for their veiy liberal patronage accorded ns in the past, we respectfully
solicit an inspection of our stork this season.
Our ranch is loc.ito! on The Dulles and l'rincviile Stage Road at HAY CRKEK, Crook County, Oregon.
For further particulars, call on or adiircu,
BALD "WIN SHEEP ATCD LAND CO.,
Unrrnnnna To VAN HOrTF.N KHOS. CO.. MT '. O
SUCCESSORS TO LATE FIRM
H2. WINGATE Ac CO.
' A COMPLETE LINE OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC '
Iron and Steel.
STODEESKER WEGOSS. HSCKS 'n. BUGGIES.
O! . I1.!
g-3 ra 4y
2 M s
CrtM'!- t S''n!5 ai;! Union Sts.
GROCERIES. CHOED GOODS. PROVISIONS. ETC.
The groonrius will be new and fivsli, and such i.s are (iem;inded
in this market.
In connection with the Grocery will supply Bread and Pastry of
The co partnership heretofore exist in? bet ccn J.
H. Lrseii and it. . Saltnmrtlie in the stuck arw
and fchippin business at Tha lJnlUs, Or 1ms this
tiny been dirbolveJ by muti.al ctuisent. Mr Salt-
niarsle will continue the Luviir-ws unri will tolk-ut
all dtbta and assume all luibilitics of the old firm.
The Dall-s, Oct. 22,
J. II. LARSP.N.
H. E. bALi.il AKSOE.
I tijcnk all my cnt-u mers for their liberal 1 atron-
an;u u tne late lirm, and bwptak for Mr. baitinurehe
a continuaaee of the suine.
.J. II. LA ELSE X
By the GoYernor of tbo Stats of Oregon.
'PO THE e:dtuat public ackxowlkdg-
1 mcut may be matte to iod tor His uunutubered
mercies. 1 do hereby appoint
Thursday, tbe 28th day of November, 1889
As a day of Thankssrivinsr. and I woulj rerr.inJ the
frood people of this Commonwealth t.wt no cxpres
bions of raiitutie can be more acceptable to lieaven
than are Kil ts I rum their abundance in aid of the
In TEsnsoxT Wukkeof. I hereunto sign my na-ie
and caue tbe seal of the State to be artixei at the
city cf Salem, this 4lh day of November, A. I), l&bt)
fcLY fNMYlH. Governor.
Geo. Yf. McBkiob. Secre ary of Slate. ii7td
Change of School Books.
Notice to Whom it May Concern:
The new series of school books adoDted bv the last
leirislaturc are now received. They can be f-und at
I, C. Aickeieen'K book store, and Will be exchanged
gratis for the old books, except tbe arithmetics, on
which a little discount is charged.
aulOtd A. C. CONNELLY,
bupt of Common Schools for Wasco County
All city Taxes are delinquent ov and
after this dte. and are uow collectable by tbe
City Marshal at his office.
KALrH V. UIBOaS, City MirihlL
The Dalles, Nov. 7, lbSJ.
C. K. THORNBURY.
T. A. HUDSON.
THORNBCRY & HUDSOX,
Dry Goods, Clotliin, Boots Shoes,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Crockery, Hardware and Farm Implements.
300 to 304 Second St.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
RKMOVAL ! UI2MOVAL.!
Removed to 176 and 178 Second St.,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Papers, Decorations,
Mouldings and Picture Frames, Cor
nice Poles, Etc.
r PAPEBS TniMMBD FI1EE.
Oil Puintinss, Cliromos and Steel EnravingH.
PRiNz & NiTSCH KE to! Commission and Forwarding
WHOLESALE AXD ItETAIIi
Furniture & Carpet Dealers.
Are happy to announce to. the -public
that they have succeeded
in procuring the special jobbing
rates of the celebrated
T7 AT Trim? TVTTTT.e
which enables us to sell Furni-fcftS
tue and Carpets at prices hith
erto unknown in Oregon.
- 391, 393 and 395 SECOND STREET,
(Adjoining Railroad Depot.) . .
Consignments Solicited ! !
Prompt Attention to tnose who favor xne with their patronage.
The Highest Price paid in Cash for Wheat, Barley, Etc, Etc.
A. Few of Our Quotations will Convince the Meat Sceptical:
Hardwood bent Chairs, each 75 cts
Cane Kocikers 8 2 00
Ash Bedsteads 8 60
V oven-wire Hattresses 3 60
Lounges 12 00
U-C&LL AND SEE UH ! Ttl
Bed-lnunges 15 00
Asn Ucdroom few ,.- 25 00
Brussels Carpets, per yard 7
Ingrain Carpets. do 21
THE DALLES. OREGON
HANDLE Y & SINNOTT, Proprietors,
Eon.e3r to IioSin
on Real Ebiato, Chattel and Personal security.
Will attend to all tintls oj Land business be
fore the U. S. Land Office.
Rooms 7 and 8, up-stairs, V. S. Land Office building,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
C. G. ROBERTS, Hanager,
rjriio Tale!S, .- Oregon.
The most desirable Warehouse in town for the 6toiaj;e and
exhibition to buyers.
THE 0R0 FINO WINE ROOMS,
NCTICK is hereby given that for the purpose of
n akine an examination ot all persons who
may i ffttr themselves a candidates for teacheis of
the st cools of this connty, the County School Su
ueriutendent thereof will hold a puMic examination
at The Dalles, in tha county court room en Wednes
day, ovember 27th, 1889, commencing at 12 11.
Dawd thia riov. 6, low.
A. C. CONNELLY.
&7tf County School Superintendent,
- Hock 83, '
i xi Gregrorio Vineyard Co. Agency. -
All Wines and Brandies Guaranteed Strictly Pure.
The Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars Always on Sale.
Try the best remedy for Dyspepsia,
Has opened a Kree stock of DRY GOODS.
CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES. HATS
nil UAPS. TKUiNKS and VALISES. LA
DIES' MENS' ami CHILDREN'S' UNDER
CLOTHING: also a large ftock ot BLAN
KETS, COMFORTERS. FLANNELS, and
all kind ot Heavy Goods for Winter wear,.
to whicb we call attention of tne Public in
general to inspect the same, before pur
H. SOLOMON, 132 Second Street,
Opposite Snipes & Kinersley's Ornz Store
THE DALLES, OREGON.
FRUIT! SHADE TREES
SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC.
The Earliest Strawberry known,
Also, the EVERGREEN, ever-bearing
strawbecr a valuable acquiaiticB
Mission :-: Gardens,
Forwarding, Consignments, Grading and Baling:
PKOMPTLY ATTJEINmSIJ TO.
- -.""U.' '
3 H V'
-:CW -?:V Si,'.?-..v.-.V
Cash advanced for freights and on consienments.
Highest Cafh Price paid for Wool, Pelts and Furs.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN OREGON.
Free Omnibus to and from the Hotel.
Fire-Proof Safefor tha Safety of all Valuables.
Ticket and Baggage Office of the Oregon Railway Navigation Company, and Office oj the
Vi' extern Union Telegraph Company, are in e Hotel.
TRAINS DEPART FROM THIS nOU&E AT 12:10 P 11 :tC K WALLA WALLA.
2:40 P. M. PORTLAND
The Celebrated French Cure,
Jj SOI.O ON X.
to oh re any
disease, or any
disimler of the
EEFOI.E bine trom the AFTER
use of sthiiiiliiuM. 'J'olmcco or Opium.
r iiiruugn youtiiiiii imiinr:tii, over luaitiK
euuc, Ac, such as F.nss o( Urain l'mver. Wnkufui
ness, Jlonrhitfrtou ii Iain in tho Uncle. Somimtl
WenknesK. liyisicri a, Nervous I'roHtnitimi Nortuni-
ni tinissiiins. ix.-iieurrhin, inzziness, Wenk Jlera-
ory,Issof Power nntt Iniporeiify. wliicli if nc-
priecten oiien IchiI io remunireolilm.-piinl insiui-
ity. l'nceJI.OO a box. 6 boxes lutfo.W 6eut by
man on r-pifii ill pnre.
A WltlTtKN U Alt ATfTKIC foreTcrvJa.Ot
order, to refund the money if a Permanent
cure is not effected. Thousands of teatimoulnls
fmtn old and young, of both eexes, periuntieutlv
cured ly APHRoniTiNK. Cimilnr free. A'Mresjj
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
BOX 27 POKTLAXD, OE
BLAXELEY & HOUGHTON, Druggists,
SOLE AGENTS FOH
THE DALLES, OBEGOS.
I bava endeavored to personally see the owners of
city property, in order that I might matte an intel
ligent and equitable assessment. In manj caset f
have failed to find the parties at borne. Believing
that my duty in the premises has been fu:lv done.
and finding: my large stock of patience at a very low
ebb, I officially request all those whom I have not
seen, to coll upon me at my office a won as practi
cable. HUGH GOURLAY,
This is the Top ofthe Genutne
Pearl Top Lamp Chimney.
A.U others, similar are imitation.
This exact Label
is on each Pearl
A dealer may say
and think he has
others as pood.
BUT HE HAS NOT.
Insist upon the Eract Label and Top.
SALE rVErWHEHE. Mr ZZ CiCLY CY
GEO. A. tlACCETil & GO., f itisburgii, Fa.
CHAS. STUBLING, - - Proprietor,
Wines, Liquors aud Cigars
Old 3Jasii aud Pioneer Bourbon Whisldes.
All brands of Imported Liquors,
Ale and Porter and Genuine Key
West Cigars, A full line of Cali
fornia Wines and Brandies.
90 SECOND STREET, - - THE DALLES, OREGON.
fiolM Clf Wftffh.7
aiuioriJivu. until Uxeiy.lt I
Beat wmtcb la &b world. 11 I
-riT rOKl UBMfcecncr. ar- I
' &S . -v ranted- Bt-arjr uoiJ
oi equal value
tn acrure one fire.
tocetocr wlu ocr Mi-pe ana ti
abl Una of ilousehol'J
'lauiplcs. Tbne Mmplu, as
well at the wtcb, a Irnd I
tr. and after vua hare kiit
t1m la yoar borne tar O months and shown tbrra to those
who mar have called. lhr become your own property. Those
who write ct once can be aura of reecMnr tbe Wntra i
nd Ham pies- We pay eJ4 expre, ftvfrht, etc. Address
SUssvu ste Ce v lias 01 2, MrcrUmwi, KsUaie. '
THOMPSON & FARGHEi?,
Near Mint buildinc, Second St.
Horse-Sho jing anl General Joob ns
Price teawiuble aud to wit the time.
Tygh VMey Mem ant and Exchaneg
Floor Cqnal to tbe lef. M il Feed
Aln iij oa llrnii.
sp21 W. M. McUORKLE, Pop