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There is a tingle in the air,
The clouds are banging low,
And slowly, silently thero fall
The fleecy flakes of snow.
Old Winter lights his signal fires
In sunset's bloody red,
The schoolma'am takes a flat-iron hot
As company to bed.
Down in Ihe vale the darkling brook
Is held in icy thrall,
The wise old turkey, from this day,
Declines to eat at all.
tint, crowning glory of the month,
That makes the time complete,
Hark to the sizzle and the scent,
That mark the first bnckwheat.
The Endinbun? Review.
With tliis horrible instrument an ex
pcricnccd executioner could insure the
death of the victim in a very few strokes
and when a sentence was passed ordering
the lcfhcUon of a large number it was so
perfectly understood what was intended
that In audi ciises the executioner was
frequently bribed by the culprit or his
friends to exert his whole art so as the
more quickly to release him from the
torture. So, again, when the Emperor
Nicholas, anxious to clear bis countrv
from the reprocah of being the "land of
me Knout," to western eyes, pompously
proclaimed its abolition, ne was careful
to retain the power of inflicting corporal
punishment in a manner compared with
which the knout itself was merciful. The
knout could compass the death of its
victims with some half dozen strokes,
but before the same end could be attained
by itssubstitnte, the stick, it was impossi
ble to say how many blows might not be
required. An eye witners of one of these
executions has described it as being more
hideous than anything that could be con
ceived. The criminal having been con
victed of the deliberate murder of one of
the emperor's minister's he well deserved
to die, and it was determined that die he
should; but capital punishment and the
knut bad been abolished; so, in order to
attain the end in view the wretched man
was sentenced to 8,000 blows of the siick,
which no human being could receive
and live. The execntion took place in
the public hay market; and when, alter
bearing 1,400 or 1,500 blows, the victim
fell an unconscious mass of bleeding flesh,
he was bundled into an ordinary peasant's
hay cart, and, with pieces of hay sticking
in his gaping wound?, covered over with
some lough sacks, he was jolted off to the
hospital, and never heard of again. The
surgeons were not likely to be anxions to
cure a man whose death tbey knew to be
intended; and even a feeling of humanity
may have prevented them from wishing
to recall a poor sonl to' lite only to enable
htm to undergo further torture till he
should be released by death.
Feneed His tiirls la.
In an old book written by a western
congressman, a contemporary of Clay and
Webster, containing reminiscenses of bis
time, a stcry is trld of one of his friends,
a farmer in Kentucky named Payne, who
bad six daughters, none of whow was
blessed with beauty. The congressman
knew them in their homely youth, and
when be returned a few years later, found
them all married to good, influential men.
So great was his surprise that he ven
tured to ask their father why they had
been so sought when other girls bad been
neglected. The old farmer chuckled.
"Yes, and you may say when they had
neither dowry nor good looks. Well I'll
tell you. When I want my cattle to eat
buckwheat stubble instead of grass, I
don't drive them into the field. I fence
it off from tbem. They" are so contrary
that they always want the thing they
can't get. Tbey breakdown the fence;
I drive tbem out and put it up. By the
time they fight for it once or twice they
like the stubble.
"Well, I saw my girls weren't the most,
attractive kind, and I fenced them in.
You never found them in the hotels
dancio' or keepin' stalls at country faira.
Young men to know them had to come
. to their father's house. When the neigh
bors saw how the Payne girls were kept
apart from the crowd, they thought their
value must be high. Young men came
to break down fences."
"The story was coarsely told, perhaps,"
adds the old narrator; "but there is more
in it than meets the eye."
Foi the benefit of all who may seek to
swindle the newspapers out of their just
dues, we publish the following, which is
, kept standing at the head of the first
column in many of our exchanges:
1. Subscribers who do not give ex
pre.-s notice to the contrary are consid
ered as wishing to continue their subscip
tions. 2. If subscribers order the discontin
uance of their periodicals, the publisher
may continue to end them until all ar
rears are paid.
3. If subscribers neglect to or refuse
to take their periodicals from the office
to which they are directed, they are held
responsible till they have settled their
bill and ordered their paper discontinued.
, 4. If subscribers move to other places
without informing the publisher, and the
papers are sent to the former direction,
they are held responsible.
5. The courts have decided that re
fusing to take periodicals from the office,
, or removing and leaving them uncalled
for, is "prima iacia" evidence of inten
6. Any person who receives a news
paper and nwkes.use of it, whether he
subscribed for it or not, is held in law as
7. The postmaster who neglects' to
give the legal notice of the newspaper
addressed to him; is liable also to the
publisher or the subscription price.
Advice to mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for
children teething, is the prescription of
one of the best female nurses and physi
cians in the United States, and has been
used for forty years with never-failing
success by millions of mothers for their
children. During the process of teethine
its value is incalculable. It relieves the
child from pain, cures dysentary and diar
rhoea, griping in the bowels, and wind
colic. By giving health to the child it
rests the mother. Price 25 cents a bottle.
ASLEEP OX THE THICK.
Alittlo child, tired of play, had pillowed fall
bead on a railroad track and fallen asleep.
The train was almost upon him when a passing;
Btransrer rushed forward and saved him from a
horrible death. Perhaps you are asleep on the
track, too. Yon are, if you are nesrlectinir the
hacking: cough, the hectio flush, the loss of
appetite, growing; weakness and lassitude,
which have unconsciously crept upon you
Wake up, or the train will be upon youl
Consumption, which thus insidiously fastens
its hold upon its victims while they are un
conscious of its approach, must be taken in
time, if it is to be overcome. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery has cured thou
sands of cases of this moat fsfatl nf mBtoH,-u
If taken in time, and given a fair trial, it la
guaranteed to benefit or cure in every esse
of Consumption, or money paid for it will be
For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Short
ness of Breath, Bronchitis. Asthma, Severe
Coughs, and kindred affections, it is an effi
1 Copyrif nt, 1S8, tj World's do. Mux Ass'x,
offered for an
incurable case of Catarrh in
tbe Head, bjr the proprietors
' Catarrh Remedy.
uiuy uu cents.
Of the various Baking Powders illus
trated from actual tests.
HABFORB'S (when fresh)
CHARM (Alum Powder)..!
DAVIS1 and 0. F. (Alum)l
PIONEER (San Francisco)
SNOW FLAKE (Graff's)..,
HARFORD'S (None Such), when not fresh
PEARL (Andrews & Co.) MsWsM
ROMFORD'S (Phosphate), when not fresh... 1
Eeports of Government Chemists.
' The Royal Baking Powder is composed of
pure and wholesome ingredients. It does not
contain either alum or phosphates, or other in
jurious substances-EDWAED G. Love, Ph.D."
The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly
the purest and most reliable baking powdet
offered to the public
" Henry A. Mott, M. D., Ph. D."
" The Royal Baking Powder is purest In qua
ity and highest in strength of any baking powv
der of which I have knowledge.
" Wm. McMurtrie, Ph. D."
AH Alum baking powders, no matter how
high their strength, are to be avoided as dan
gerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas
too freely, or under climatic changes suffer de
terioration. ' m
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION COM
Lasd Optics at Tim Dam.es, Or.,
November IS, 18S9.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settlor has filed notice of his intention to commute
and make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Register and
Receiver at The Dalles, Or., on January 4, 18S9.
Clarence 1 Morris,
Hd 2637, for the W tNE X and E NW i Sec
r 4 s, K 14 B. -. . - ' .
Ho names the following witneesesi to prov
continuous residence upon and cultivation
land viz: .
Van Woodruff, Geo. Woodruff, Perry Rnodgrass,
of Ty gh Valley, Or., and S; E. Ferris, of The Dalles,
,iov23 F. A. MeUONALP. Register.
miBEK CULTURE, FINAL PROOF
KOXICB FOR PUBLICATION.
V. a. Laud Office, The Dalles, Ob.,
October 21, 18S9.
Notice I hereby given that
Has filed notice of his intention to make final proof
before Register and Receiver U.S. Land ifHce at their
offi. in The Dalle, Oregon, on Monday, the 9lh day
of December, 1889, on timber culture application
No. 400, for Lots 1 and 2 and the SE of the NE J
of Sec 4, T S S, R 14 E.
He names as witnesses.
W T. Wright, Jame W. Moore, Polk Butler and
G. T. Rellej, all of Nansene, Wasco o unty, Oregon.
, oct26 F. A. MCDONALD, Register.
NOTICE TIMBER CULTURE.
U. S. Land Office, The Dalles, Ob.,
Complaint having been entered at this office by
George Mcintosh against Thomas J. Hill for failure
to comply with law as to Timber-Culture Entry No.
183, dated Feb. 19, 1885, upon the N 1-4 Sec 20,
Township 2 S Range 14Ein Wasco county. Oregon,
with a view to the cancellation of said entry; con
testant alleging thit the i kl Thomas J. Hill has
never planted any tt-ja seeds or cuttings on the said
tract of land, or caused the same to be done, the said
Tjerties are hereby summoned to appear at this office
on the 21st day of December, 18S9, at 1 o'clock P. M.
to respond and furnish testimony concerning said
aileg failure. A- ju."-i-i-,ijji,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Tbe Dalles, Oregon,
October 28. 18S9.
Notice is hereby given that Ihe following named
settler lias filed notice of his intention to make fina
proof iu 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, ur.,on iiecemoer zu.
Thomas SI. Bradley.
Hd 1093. for the W4, SEJf and SM, NE1, Sec. 14
T.. I N M 14 H
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said
land, viz: J. L. Hanna, of Boyd, Oregon; indy
Allen, Isaac Young, Martin Jacksha, The Dalles,
Nov. 1. T. A. McDONALD, Register.
HOMESTEAD CONSOLIDATED NO.
TICE FOR PUBLICATION.
f.AKO Office at Tns Dalles. On.,
Votin ia hereby given that the following-named
settlers have filed notice of their intention to make
final proof in support of their claim, anu mat saia
nrwf -sill hA miulp before Register and Receiver U.
B. Land Office, at Tbe Dalles, Or., on Dec. 23, 18o8,
William K. Haynes.
Hd 2649, for the SE 1-4 Sec. 18, T 2 S R 15 E W M;
KIlHWorth A. Haynes.
Hd. 2193, for the S H SE1-4 and S SW 1-4, Sec 4.
They name the following witnesses to prove their
ontinuous residence upon and cultivation of, said
land, vi': Folk Butler, James w. aioore, n.. ja-ore,
and f, Clausen, all of Nansene, Or.
S. A. icDONALD,
TIMBER CULTURE. FINAL PROOF-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office, at Tns Dalles, Or.,
uctODcr 3, itvsa.
Notice is hereby given that Charles Davis has filed
notice of intention to make final proof before Regis
ter and Receiver, U. S. L. O., at his office in The
Dalles. Or., on Saturday, the 21st day of December,
1889. on timber culture application No. 390. for the
SW X, NE J, NW J, SE J and NE J SW J and Lot
3, quarter of section Mo. is, in Townsnip no. 3,
Range No. 14 E. He names as witnesses: Wm. F.
Helms, Nansense, Or., Frank T. Graves, Peter J.
Hanranan, Alex. .ucLeoa, ningsiey, ur.
Noy. 2. ;F. A. MCDONALD, Register.
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1878
NOTICE FOB, PUBLICATION.
Laito Offics at The Dalles, Or.,
October 14, 1S89.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions of the act of congress of June 3, 1878, en
titled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
Abraham ti. LHsbrow,
Of Hood River, County of Wasco, State of Oregon,
has this day Med in this omco his sworn siacenien
no. B?l, lor toe purcnase oi tne c oi tue ts y.
and NW of the SE i of Sec 18, T 1 N, R 10 E, and
wi 1 offer proof to show that thd land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for agriculture
purposes, and to estahhsh his claim to said land be- .
lore the register ana receiver or inisomceai ine
Dalles, Oregon, on Tuesday, tne Z4tn oay ox iiecem
oer, ihsu. -He
names as witnesses:
Albert B. Jones, Audubon Winans, Wilson R, Wi-
nans, Elmer E. Grilbn, all of Hood Kiver, Oregon.
Any and all persons claim ng adversely the above-
described lands are rnquesiea to nie weir claims in
this office on or before the said 24th day of Decem
' ' - F. A. MoBONALD, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lasd Office at The Dalles, Ob.,
October 16. 1889.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
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 at The
Dalles, Oregon, on December 14, 1889, viz:
Hi 3317, for the lots 2 and 3 and SW of NE V
and SKliof NW H, Sec 20. T 2 N, R 12 E, W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
Robert Denrmore, John Miler, of Mosier. Or., and
Ernest Frederick, Daniel Thoons. of The Dalles, Or.
octltf I. A. MCDONALD Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Optics at Tub Dallss, Orrooh,
October 29. 1889.
Notice is hereby siven that the foMowinc--nained
settlci has filed notice of his intention to niake final
liroof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the register and receiver at 'ihe
Dalies, Oregon, on iecemoer su, ihsv, vix:
Hd 1159, for the E 14 of the NEJ and E of the SE
J, See 28, T 1 S, R 15 E.
He names the following; witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon ana cultivation of. said
Albert Roberts, H. C. Crockett. Resor Gilhousen.
of The. Dalles, Oregon, and Jacob Craft, ot Nansene,
novzi r. a. jhcuoaaaiU, Kegister.
Land Office at Tbs Dau.es, Ob.,
October 30, 1889.
Complaint havin; been entered at this office hy j
John Keckman against josepn iNewcomo lor aban
doning; bis homestead entry No. 1303, dated Oct.
18, 1883, upon the M W H, in Sec. 20, T 4 S, K 17 E,
n wasco connty, Oregon, witn a view to tne cancel
latinn of said entry, the said parties are hereby sum
moned to appear at this ottice on tbe 21st day of
December, J8&9, at 1 o'clock r. M . , to respond and
lurnisb testimony concerning said allesred ab-ndon-ment.
William Holder. NoUrr Public at Grass Val
ley, Oresron, is authonxed to take testimony in this
case at Grass Valley. Oregon, on Dec. 12, 1889. at 10
o'clock a. m. F. A. McDOKALD, Register.
T. W. Slusher Receiver. Mov. 1.
' A Perfect" Face" Powder.
rACE POWDER. iVSE
laihnhl.. twt ruX. ftuisbj DrassWst
Blakeley & Houghton,
C. E. Dunham.
LATEST PERFUME exquisite
cha.te FREEMAN'S HIAWATHA
In the County Court, for tbe County of Wasco and
si&te oi uregon, November utht isoy.
WnsREAa, It has come to the kuowledtre of this
Court that thw Act of the Legislative Assembly of
the State of Oregon, approved Feb. 21st, 187. au
thorizing "The County Courts of the several coun
ties" to pay bounties for the seal pa of certain wild
animals which may be killed in the respective coun
ties, has been abused.
It is ordered that from, after and including1 the
date of'this order, (Soy. 6th, ISS9,) no tmc'u bounty
or bounties shall be paid by the County of Wasco, or
the authorities of the said Couuty, until the further
order of this Court.
CALEB S. THORBURY, County Judge.
H. A. Lkavexs, County Commissioner.
sxal Geo. II. Thompson, County Clerk. 93t
By virtue of an execution issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon for Wasco County
in an action entitled Geo. Watking vs. Sterling
Staggs and to nie directed and delivered, I did on
the 25th day of October, I860, levy uiu and will
sell at public auction, to the highest biddcr,'for
cah in hand, on Saturday, the 7th day of December,
18b9, at 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the Court
House door in Dalles City, in Wasco county, Ore
gon, the following described property, to wit: All
of the right, title and interest of the said Sterling
Staggs of, in or to Lot 10, in Block 8, in Bigelow's
addition to Dalles City, Wasco Co,Oregon,or so much
thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy the sum of
$36 00 with interest thereon at the rate of 8 per
cent, from Sept. 16, A D. 1SS-9.
Taken and levied upon as the property of Sterling
Staggs to satisfy said sum of $36.00 and in teres
hereon in favor of Geo. Watkins, together with
oats and accruing costs. GK JRUE HERBERT,
Sheriff of Wasco County, Oregon.
Dated at Dalles City, Or., Oct. 25, 1889.
By virtue of an order issued by the Hon. Cnuny
finiirt for the State of Oreiron. and County f Wasco
I will sell at i ublic sale to th highest bidder, for
cash, at the County Uourt House in uanes city,
Wasco cou-;ty, reso, on Tuesday, the 10th day of
December, A. l. lbv, at 1 o'clock i M., the follow
ing described Ileal Estate, belonging to the estate of
Asa atrong, ueceaseu, iaj-w.i..
All that certain piece and pared of lard described
m fn! n: 4Cnmniei.cinir at a noiiit on the north
side of First street in Dalles City, 45 feet ti inches
wester v tjom the corner at the junction of Court
and Main streets; thence 100 feet i.ortlierlv at right
an tries to Main street, -to a stake; thence 31 fett
westerly and parallel to Main street; thence south
erly tii Miin street, to a point 21 feet from the be-
gii.ning; thence along the north Hue of Main street
to tbe place of beginning, ana Deing pan; oi ioi nve,
in Dalies Citv, Wasco County, Oregon."
JAMES M. BENSON,
Administrator to the estate of Asa Strong, deceased.
Kov. 11, 1&69. 4t.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of tht
First National Bink of The Oalles will be held at
ottice of said Bank on Tuetday, January 14, 1890, ae
10 A. M . for the election of Directors tor tne ensu-
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Wasco.
In the Hatter of the Estate of Catharine Snyder4
Notice is hereby siren that the undersigned, the
administrator of the above estate, has this 29th day
of November, 13S9, filed his final account as admin
istrator ot sai-1 estate, and that br an order duly
made and entered in the above entitled court and
matter on this day, Tuesday the 7th dy of Januaiy,
1890, the same being the second day of the next reg
ular term of said court, at tbe hour of 2 o'clock P. M.
of said day. is appointed the time and tbe court rcom
of said court the placo for the hearing of objections,
if any there he, to such final account and the final
settlement of said esute.
Administrator of the estate of Catharine Snyder de
The following gentlemen are'Deputy Stock Inspec
tors for Wasco county:
E. H Guthrie, Grasg Valley
Fred Young, ...Bake Oven
Al Russell - Antelope
C. T. Bonney, Tygh Valley
A. J. Dufur Dufur
T.Cnrtright Lower Fifteen Mi e
J. H. Larsen .. The Dalles
C. W. HCE,
lCnovlm Stock Inspector for Wasco county.
Notice is herebr given that I will, in pursuance of
an order of the Bon. the County Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of Wasco, duly made, ren
dered and enteral, on tne ttn uay oi novenioer,
1SS9. in matters ot Probate, in the matter of the es
ate of Nancy Oager, deceased, on Saturday the 4th
aay of January, 1890, at the Court Houe door, of
the County Court House, in Dalles City, said County
dud State, at the ho-r of one o'lock, P. M., of said
day, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for
cash in hand, all of the Northwest quarter and the
Northeast quarter of Section Thirty-two (32) in
Township One (1) North of Ban'ge Fifteen (15) East
of, the Willamette Meridian, in Wasco County, Ore
gon, said real estate belonging to the estate of Nancy
Gager, deceased, or so much thereof as snail De nec
essary to sausiy an oemamis agaure. imiu e.u&i.u.
Dated November S9. 18S9. W. A. OBAR.
Administrator of the estate of Nancy Gager, de
DUFUR & WATKINS, Attorneys for estate.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for
In the matter of the estate of Henry Whittakcr.
In pursuance of an order made and entered herein
On the 4th day of November, 189, authorizing aud
directing me to sell all of the real property belong
ing to snid estate, 1 will, on the 14th da of Decem
ber. 1889. at the hour of t o'clock P. M. on said day.
at the door of the County Court House in Dalles
City, Wasco county, Oregon, sell at public auction
to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand, all
rf the real property belonging to said estate, to-wit:
Lots j, K and L, in uiocK 84 in tne f ort Daues uui
tary Reservation in Dalles City, Oregon.
MAKiA vy ii ii l a t f. it-
Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Henry
The above reward will be riven to anvone findintr
a large black niirc, (branded ix on left shoulder)
and leaving the same with C. . Dunham, The
Dalies, or M. A. fbeips, tturus, Sherman Co. or.
Artistic Painter and
The Dalles, Ore icon.
House Paintintr and Decorating a Soecialtv No
inferior and cheap work done; hut good, lasting
worK at tne lowest prices.
Esnop adjoining postoince on second street.
C. J. Smith, Propr.
Buy at Heme and Save Freights and Agents'
Lock Box 218. THB DALLES, OREGON.
GEO. P. MOKGAN,
Ttajxd. Office Hull ding,
Is agent for
California InKurance Co, of San Francisco
(uaruiaii, oi London,
Lyvnt oj London.
Now Ready for Sale on Easy Terms.
Now is the timefto buy while
PRICES ARE LOW.
This tract has been surveyed and platted in acre
tracts with convenient streets aud avenues and so
a rran trod that purchasers can get one block or sev
eral acres in a body. The land is comparatively
level, soil excellent, water easily obtained, location
pleasant, beautiful and easy to accesj and joins the
kivj luuueuittticijr uu ui cast
Title U. S. Patent. Warranty Deeds.
FOB SALE BT
The Dalles Land and feprovenient Co.
For ardculars apply at the office of the Company
rooms and 8, Land Office Building, The Dulles, Or.
COME AND SEE THE PKOPEBTT.
THORNBURY & HUDSON,
Beal B state Agents.
Solid Gold Watch.
Bm 9ta wtuch ia (bs world.
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auununr ujm. itoia unties'
and cents' sizes, who works
I snd esses of Mail vslas.
I One Person la each lo
' esiur caa scauv one ires.
tofrscaeT wun r isrgvsnaTsi
n.btsi lias of Honachold
i bamplft Toese samples, as
well as the watch, wo seed
lvi-M. sad alter too Bit Kent
tbem fn toot boms for noatas ana snown inera u
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wbo wins si oace caa dv sot oi ncviTniir ui n nicu
md Samples. We rwy sit expreM, trvight, etc AddreM
PRINZ & NITSCHKE,
WJZOLESAE.K AIkI It ETA I It (
Furniture & Carpet Dealers.
Are happy to announce to the
public that they have succeeded
in procuring the special jobbing
rates of the celebrated
which enables us to sell Furni-
tue and Carpets at prices hith
erto unknown m Oregon.
A. Few of Our Quotations will
Hardwood bent Chairs, each.
Cane Keekers ...
. S 2 00
. 3 50
. 12 00
129 Second Street
HENRI L STICK,
Manufacturer of and dealer in
Harness and Saddlery,
Second St., near Moody's Warehouse,
THE DALLES, - - OREGON
ttaaranteed to Give Sat.
WasblnstOB St. bet. JZafa na $cmb
The Dalles, Oregon.
Regular Auction Sa'es of Heal Estate, household
Furniture and General Merchandise.
Wednesday and Saturday. 11 A. M
HUGH CHRISM AN.
W. K. CORSON.
C.33. CHTllt3IlA.2V & SONH,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
AND MILL FEED,
Third Street Between Washington
Have on hand nrd will sell at the lowest possible
prices. Fancy and Staple Groceries
and Mill Feed.
Highest Casli Price for County Produce.
Call and examine prices before purchasing else
where. aui7tf Chrisman & Corson.
0. D. TAYLOR,
Washington Street, in rear of French
& Co's Bank building.
THE D-flXJLES. -
New Zeland Insurance Co.
Is one of the Best in the World
Also managers for Oregon, Washington and Idaho
. of the
Mutual Benefit Life InsuranceCo ,
OF NEWARK, N. J.
aid policy holders, since organization,
Assets, market value S40,8S6,2K1 14
I Surplus, N. T. standard 5.312,120 31
One of the most solid companies in the
AGENTS WANTED for the State of Oregon
.territories oz wasnington ana laauo.
Before starting on a Journey, get an
Only 25c for $3000 Insurance.
Loaning; Honey for non-resident a specialty.'
8 per cent, net guaranteed to lenders,
O. r. TAY LOB
New Grocery Store
OHEISMAN OLD STAND,
194 Tnlrd St-, The Dalle, Or.
Will keep on hand a general assortment of
Groceries, Canned Goods,
Feed and Provisions,
And desire a share of the pnblic patronojre, as we ex
pect to sell at Prices to Sot the Hard Tikes.
SS-AU Goods Fresh and Warrranted First-class.
WELCH & SMITH.
Is again at bis old stand and has on hand
X Ibv IE,
FINEST BRAND OF
Tanks of all sizes, from 1000 to 40,000 gallons, mad
3T Contracts for all kinds of buildings
taken at the lowest fipnres.
Eagle Valley, near Antelope
Ewes have square crop on right ear
and split on left. Wethers reverse.
Horses and cattle branded "R. G."
Have sold my horses and cattle, but not
(jMsmh & ton,
my brands. .
Convince the Most Skeptical:
I Bed-lounges 1S 00
Ash Bedroom Sett 25 00
Brussels Carpets, per yard . .
Ingrain Carpets, do
C. N. THORN BUKY.
T. A. HUDSON.
THORXBURY & HUDSON,
Monejr to Loan
on RealEgtate, Chattel and Personal security.
Will attend to all hinds oj Land business be
fore tte U. S. Land Office.
Rooms 7 and 8, up-stairs, U. S. Land Office building',
THE DALLES, OREGON.
Has opened a large etcck of DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS
and CAPS, TRUNKS and VALISES, LA
DIES' M ENS' and CHILDRENS' UNDER
CLOTHING: also a large stock ot BLAN
KETS, COMFORTERS. FLANNELS, and
all kind ot Heavy Goods for Winter wear,
to which we call attention of the Public in
general to inspect the same, before par
H. SOLOMON, 132 Second Street,
Oppo3ite Snipes & Kinerslev's Drug Store
THB DALLES, OREGON.
FRUIT I SHADE TREES
SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC.
The Earliest Strawberry known,
CLARKE'S " SEEDLINCI
Also, the EVERGREEN, ever-bear-mg
strawberry a valuable acquisition
Mission :-: Gardens.
JAMES A. VARNEY, Prop.
The Celebrated French Cure,
IS SOLD ON K
to cu re any
form nf nervous
disease, or any
disorder of the
KHiis of either
sex whether ar
ising from the
ext-csic use of Stimulants. Tobacco or Oninuv
or through youthful indiscretion, over indulg
ence, Ac, such as Loss ot Bruin Power, Wakeful
ness, Hearing down I'uius itt the Hack, SetniunI
Weakness, 11 ysterin. Nervous Prostration Nocturn
al Emissions. Leucorrhcen, Llizzitiess, Weak Menf
ory. Loss of Tower and iiiipotenoy, which if e
Blectcd often lend to preniiiliireoMnconini insan
ity. Price 11.00 a box. 6 boxes lor fo.uO Scut by
niait on receipt of price.
A WllITTKN GUATt ATJTE15 forevcrys 06
order, to refund the moimy if a Permanent
cure is not effected. Thousands of testimonials
from ohi nnd vouiir, of both sexes, permanently
cured bv Aphroritine. Circular free. Address
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
BOX 27 PORTLAND, OR
BLAKELEY & HOUGHTON, Druggists
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE DALLES, OBESAS.
Tygh Valley Mercnant and Exchange
Flour Equal to tbe Best. Mill Feed
Always on Hand.
sp21 . W. M. McCORKLE, Prop.
Q. T. THOMPSON.
THOMPSON & FAP.GHER,
Near Mint building, Second St."
Horse-Shooing and General Jobbing
Prices reasonable and to suit the times.
The Dalles Lumbering
Successors to THOS. JOHNS b CO.
MINT BUILDING GROUND.
The Dalles, ... Oregon.
DBALEBS IB ALL KTSSS Or
ROUGH AND DRESSED
Lumber and Builder's Material.
Shingles, Pence Posts '
Orders from abroad receive prompt attention.
GEO. RUCH, Proprietor.
Northwest corner of Second and Washington sts
place in The Dalles tor all kinds of
Taankful for favors in the past, I would respect
BLAKELEY & HOUGHTON,
Pre scription rnggjsts.
175 Second Street, The Dalles.
Country and Mall Orders -will re
ceive Prompt Attention!
Denny, Eice & Co.
Wool & Commission Merchants
610 Atlantic Ave., Boston.
y Cash advances mads) on consignment.
rrE TERRIBLE LOSS EXPERIENCED BY SEATTLE IS THE LATE FIRE, WAS SUCH AS TO REN
I der thousands homeless and dependent upon the charity of the world. The immediate wants were
tended to, and the world at larire nobiv resnonded to
for a ;ong winter s ares hard ia the faoe of many hundreds; sickness f runfxposuro are cei tjin to occur-
and the following p an has been devised to assist in
sisiance, oy giving 10 me amercnt nospitais a autosome sum of money.
TheHazelwood Land Co.
has generously determined to donate the proceeds of two houses and two hundred lots to the hospitals of
the city, and has purchased this property with a view of disposini- of it at a small advance over cost and
uc..'ui fouEcu:, ,u tuc i;i 1 1 lit, uu e uiCIltlt meu ; B11H pTOpOSCS tO 1SSU6 tlCKCtS tO DC tOIU 11
Srt.50 each for the purpose of raising money to help carry on the work. Thev have ulaced tickets on sale
thmugho t the country, and upon December 31,
.... ...c . U...UC.. mu uu
a boy blinafoMud will place his hand in the box
spondinir number will be awarded one house and the pair of lets upon which it is built. Then the fifth
number drawn shall be awarded a lot, then the tenth number a lot, and s. on, even r thirty-tiftli number
drawn shall be awarded a lc t until the two hundred and sixih number slnil be drawn, hich slnll entitle
the hi-lder to the corresponding number which shall he dr.iwn, to the remaining houses and pair of lots.
All the above property is guaranteed to he free of anv and all leins, moitgipes or ami hing that will
inijair a title. A warranty deed assuring a perfect title will be made to cverv iuckv ticket holder wiu wins
a prize. The tickctsare only placed at ti.fo, and htsides a standing shew to get a beautiful home worth
Su.OCO or a lot worth 8iS'l. You are a'diug one of tin: tram'est charities which has ever as'ived of aid. Pur
cnase your ucaets 01 any ageuc or traveling canvtssor w;iq ii w proper credential.
The Hazelwood Land Co.,
Seattle, "W ashing-ton.
EEcDeeds are Deposited with the Puget Sound National Bank.
THE 0R0 FINO WINE ROOMS,
-AJQ. KEI ilER , Proprietor.
an Gregyoi-io "Virteyard Co. Agency.
All Wines and Brandies Guaranteed Strietly Pure.
The Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars Always on Sale.
Try the best remedy for Dyspepsia, "Dandelion ,Tonic."
KEMOVAIi I REMOVAL I
Removed fc 278 and 178 Second St.,
asrsBsa. bbbsi sbbsb BarsB bbsmh
XD- a - Ed"wards,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Papers, Decorations,
Mouldings and Picture Frames, Cor
nice Poles, Etc.
Oil Paintings, Chroinos
Generl Commission and Forwarding Mercliant,
'391, 393 and 395 SECOND STREET,
(Adjoining Railroad Depot.)
Consignments Solicited ! !
Prompt Attention to those "who favor me with their patronage.
The Highest Price paid in Gash , for Wheat, Barley, Etc., Etc.
E. F. FXTZ GEE
t-Solo Aeerit for tho IMPROVED
C. E. DUNHAM, .
Bpnggist and Optician.
SOLE AGENT FOR
PAT? JULY 1U 1879. '
Svery Palp FnTobasal Gaaranteod.
U i jisiiiiii ii im i
STATIONERY AND CIGARS.
Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal uses. Prescriptions com
pounded at all hours.
call and see H fins IK R 1 K pi
that gives a continuous twist
gtrong Durable, Neat,-and the
H B. REED,
THE - DALLES,
Fine Upholstered Goods
Furniture. Carpets, Mattings, Parlor
an b found at all Ksvrs of.tha Jay n night al thtir piaer
the call for aid. Rut nt. tha itnHt,t tima tha nrmiwtji
caring for the unfortunates who may need medical as
ImM). committee consisting of twelve prominent citizens
mem in a i:ox, u.ey wni tlion Be thoroughly mixed ana
and draw out one number, an.l whoever hchls the corre-
and Steel Engravings.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL.
MONARCH Washing Hachine.5m
Keeps in stock full line ol
Eazors, Knives, Scissors,
liK ltT A (IhTNR only hachinb
to the wire. In operation at
Cheapest Fence in the World.
Ornaments, Window Shades, tto.
of Imsin Wtuhingto Ite
1,500 SPANISH MERINO RAMS.
From the Rimrock Sheep Ranch.
Z fc V- A S. -f -tr - 4
WE HAVE FOR THIS SEASON'S TRADE. 500 THOKOUUUBRED AND lOOO HIGH GRAPE
Rams, all of which are in nne condition, anil free from diseese. We consider our ranis for tins
season's trade, the best lot we have ever offered to rlie public, and only ask an inspection to prove what
Those wishing rams would do well to call early, seloct, brand, and leaf them with Ui FREE of
CI1AKUE until Breeding; season this fall.
Prices Iower llto.ii Ever, and Terms Kosy.
Thanking our many patrons for their veiy liberal patranage accorded us in tho past, we respectful!
solicit an inspection of eur stock this season. .
Our ranch is located on The Dalles and Prineville Stage Koad at HAY CKF.EK, Crook County, Oregon.
For further particulars, call on or address, ' '
BALDWIN SHEEP AND LAND CO.,
Snccaasoita to VAN HOUTF.N BB08. CO.. Hat f!it. fa
FARLEY & mjl,
flL 3sbP Successors to L. D. FaaHa, deceased.
sdlvlw 1V Wholesale and Eotall Dealer.
te As mm
Tents, Vagon Covers.
AJC THE. OLD STAND.
Country Orders Promptly atended to DarI4-M
A. L. NEWMAN
Corner of Second and Union Sts.
GROCERIES. CANNED GOODS. PROVISIONS. ETC.
The groceries will be new and fresh, and such as are demanded
in this market.
In connection with the Grocery will supply Bread and Pastry of
TINWARE AND HARDWARE
FISH & BAEDOl'S,
113 WASHINGTON STREET.
BET. SECOND AND THIRD.
SECOND STREET BETWEEN UNION AND COURT.
LEMKE, - - - PRO PR,
--.-Columbia Brewery Beer,:-:
AND JTOrt SAIild
ALL KINDS OF BOTTLED BEER.
Also, tbe very best Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
The One Price Cash House,
COR. SECOND AND COURT STS.,
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c.
Agent for the Bnttericfc Patterns, also for the Hall Bazaar Dress Forms,
The Undorsigned bas Added to his Business a full line of
Metallic, Cloth-covered, Black, White, French
Berl and Rosewood Caskets, .
Burial Rotes and Shronds. . Trimmings of all descriptions at the, lowest Prices
nd own the Most Elegant fSearse etutt of tbe moan tains with all tho
la teat improvements.
NO DEI AY IN FILLING ORDERS.
Plfwe of I.omnesM. Third street, three doors
houso, and adjoining his Plauinjr lliil and Wagon Shop.
Place of Kcsidcnce. Fourth street, corner
DE. WIIVOVTJE Ac CO.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Iron and Steel.
Leather & Shoe Findings,
Carriage Trimmings. Etc
- WM. MICIIELL.
oast of Gibons. Uacalllstcr A Co's agricultural war
of Washington. Can be fen at all hours of the day
WILLIAMS k Co.,
LATE FIRM -
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
UHPlP Ulin Diinnirc
flHUIId HIIU DUUUICO,