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The Hew Mines.
I . Eight Mile Creek, Aog. 30, 1891.
' " If you' grant us space in your valuable
' paper we 'will try and give your rasny
r-n1 r-Ktb1 p-r v n i'- 'r r'- ' 'I f
g.i licnio -u Oa.-ui.io r.vor. As in.-c is
always mure or - less excitement in the
finding cf new mines, so the finding of
this mine was attended with the usual
excitement. Having beard ramora of
old men finding gold and silver-bearing
quartz in abundance In the "vicinity of
Hood river and Mt. Hood, jour bumble
servant and a number of others took the
fever in a bad form, and tbe fever ran so
high that on August 20th we lett Eight
' Kile for the new diggings on Salmon
river, on the other Bide of tbe Cascade
mountains. . Tbe part; waa made up of
the following gentlemen: W. J. David
son and brother in-law, McGrcagor, of
Minnesota, tbe latter being an old miner
of Lake Superior silver mines; and Cnas.
' D. Doyle, Dan Doyle, and Joe Sberwin,
another old miner of fame.
With a two horse wagon and good
. camping outfit we left Eight Mile Aug.
20th, and at 10:30 o'clock in tbe morn
ing arrived at tbe busy little town of
Dufur, where we took on Mr. Sberwin
with bis mining outfit, consisting oi
. picks and shovels, pans, guns and am
munition. We-learned while here that
A. J. McHaley and son were also pulling
in tbe direction of the mines, having
started three hours before.
The trip to Kingsley wag rather warm
and dusty, through a busy country, with
here and there reapers and headers rais
ing an immense dust, in their efforts to
cut down the golden grain, of which
tbey have a bountiful supply. For fear
of wearying your readers. I will pass over
the remainder of the trip and describe to
the bst of my ability, tbe camp. It is
on tbe farm of Mr. Welch, an old bnnter
who has lived here many years, Salmon
. river is a beautiful stream, although at
this season of the year very low. - Here a
great many people from Portland and
vicinity camp during the warm months,
Here is where they bring, in the two
pound trout and the plnmp little pheas
ant. From here we took a zigzag trail
to tbe prospective, mines, continuing for
two hours over logs and boulders and
thick brush. Finally our guide Btops
short lor a moment and gazes across the
river, indicating by bis looks that the
" new El Dorado is at band, and the next
moment be is staggering across a couple
' of cedar poles thrown over la waterfall
, and the only means of access to and from
tbe mines on the other side.. It is with
amazement we look across and benoid a
bluff of decaying quartz or a red color
on i top and blue underneath, assaying
$85 to tbe ton. No wonder we were
paralyzed in trying to cross. Indeed,
I came" near falling into the precipice
below, and perhaps would have done so
if one of our number bad not told me to
lookup. But. how can you look up
with millions under your feet. LOld Joe
Sberwin, who ws yet behind, snatched
tbe rifle from my band while I cooned it
to the 'other side. Looking np I saw J
McHaley sitting on" a ledge 50 feet
above, singing, 'The Heathen in His
B!indness,V but I don't think be meant
anything personal. We can't say as to
. tbe possible richness of the ore at this
time. In looking around we see an old
miner washing dirt in a pan by tbe river-
- side, being fully satisfied with the colors
be receives. Retracing our steps, we ar
rived at camp at 4 o'clock the 23d, and
borne again the 27tb. ' W. J. D.
' Wasco Hews.
-Wasco, Sept 7, 1891.
Ex Judge O. M. Scott is in town.
Stanley's (treat exhibition museum and
circus has been exhibiting in town the last
two days. a Where they are from and
whither they are going is hard to say. Tbe
exhibition is not very extensive, bat- to
many persons haying neyer seen exhibitions
of this kind it wonld be worth seeing. The
museum consists of two Japanese monkeys,
a raccoon, an Australian black bear, two
Brazilian lions and an animal said to be part
dog and part sea lion.' Tbe performances
with the bear and lions were very good.
The negro scene in some respects was quite
funny. - Joe Hart in his Irisb songs aDd
? dances wonld natnrally make one feel very
much like laughing right ont. The jngsgler in
his' part of the exhibition was an expert.
He is a good performer and wonld be a
credit to a larger show than Prof. Stanley's.
AU together the entertainment was rather
good. ' . ,
Up to last Saturday, sixteen deeds have
been filed for town property in Wasco.since
the Observer went to .Moro. Only five deeds
have been filed for Moro property during
the same time. This shows which way the
. wind blows.
Mr. Fnlliam is busy hauling lumber for
. bia furniture store. ' He will soon have same
erected and well stocked np with all kinds
of goods in the f Arnitnre line.
County court meets to-day to receive the
assessment roll. The assessor will ask for
further time, owing to the delay 10 getting
the mortgage record from. The Dalles.
. ' Reporter.
- Love and Lions, '
Millie Carlotta, is the name of the "lion
queen," who is seen in the circus ring of the
Adam Forepaoga Shows, surrounded by
five monster lions, all as free from restraint
' as when roaming in African forests.
There is a tiDge qf romance in connection
with her adopting the profession of a "lion
is the daughter of a German merchant
residing in South Africa. Several years
ago, Col. Boone, the now famous lion train
er, was an ivory hunter, in the country
. where Miss Millie lived. Meeting him at
her father's house, she accepted him as her
lover, greatly to her parents' disgust for it
': was their intention that she should marry a
very wealthy merchant of tbe place. So
the fair Millie and her ivory hunter lover,
did what many others nnder similar cir
cumstance have done eloped, and marned.
, Her husband then qnit searching after
ivory and became a lion hunter and trainer.
Returning after a somewhat prolonged ab
.sence to the place of residence of his wife's
parents, he gave an exhibition of his trained
lions, nnder an assumed name. Afraid to
leave his wife at the hotel, during the time
he was performing the lions, he prevailed
upon ber to enter tbe cage with him, ar
rayed in a fancy costume, so that no one
wonld recognize her. She did so, and no
barm resulted to her from tbe lions; but a
former lover and townsman who was pres
ent detected her, notwithstanding her dis
guise. Everybody admired her heroism; her
parents relented and thenceforth she deter
mined to become a "lion-queen," "
Those of our readers who attend, the
Adam Forepangh Show, which is to exhibit
bere on Wednesday afternoon, September
16tb, will have an opportunity of beholding
Carlotta and ber husband in their wonder
ful exhibition of trained lions all let loose
in the circus ring.
Scrofulous eruptions, such as pimples,
discoloration of the- skin, especially on
face,- are caused by impure blood and" will
disappear rapidly by using founder's
Oregon Blood Purifier. - jun
OREGON "WEATHER. BUREAU.
- J -
Central Office Portland, Oregon. Crop
Weather Bulletin, No. 26. for week ending
Saturday. Septn.Der 5. 1S91:
" WKSTEKN" (KKO'iS
VVtaiiitr Worn., ciuutiiaa ueatliei'.
with a smoky atmosphere ' has prevailed
during the week, with fog at night and
early morning, the latter more especially
near to the coast. No rain has fallen.
' Crops Harvesting of cereals is abont
over, except the late-sown oats and barley.
Threshing is finished in many sections. The
yield of cereals ' has been unusually large.
The quality is good; fully an average or
more, except in localities where some smut
prevails, to no great extent, however, in
any place. Clackamas county reports
wheat yields of 39 bushels per acre anl
Yamhill county 36 bushels in large fields.
Most counties have large yields in well-cul-tivatea
fields of from 35 to 45 bushels per
acre. Hop-picking is in progress. The
hop lice have done considerable damage.
In some yards fully 50 per cent, of the hops
have mould on them, in other yards no
mould or lice have been found. The hop
crop of Oregon was estimated to be 30,000
bale, but since the picking has com
menced it has been found that, based on
he above- estimate, there will not be over
20,000 bales at the most of first-grade hops.
Fruit of all kinds and melons are very
plentiful; canneries and fruit dryers are
working to their fullest capacity.
Weather Warm weather with a smoky
atmosphere has prevailed. No rain has
fallen. The latter part of the week has
Crops Harvesting operations are well
aloDg. In many sections most of the cere
als have been cut and much of it threshed. '
In Umatilla county, especially, harvesting
and threshing are nearly over.- In Union
county harvesting' is in full operation; in
this county considerable smut exists. In
Sherman and Wasco counties, while the
yield has been good, especially in the for
mer, yet in many sections of both counties,
the berry is sbrnnken. Morrow county has
as good or a better crop of cereals than she
ever had before. Smut exists in parts of
Grant county, though the yield is very
good. In Gilliam county most of the
wheat is in sack and smut in the wheat is
to be found in parts of this connty also.
The frnit is ripening nicely and is very
plentiful. The corn is doing very well
Some of it is rather small, though on the
whole it is a good average crop.
B. S. Paoue,
Observer U. S. Weather-Bureau.
Both the method and results when
Syrnp of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
fently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
aver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
juced, pleasing to the ' taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, its many excellent qualities
commend it to all. It is for sale in oOc
and $1 bottles by all leading druggistu
manmacrarea oiuy Dy me
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
8AN FHAN0ISC0, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY. HEW YORK. N.f
Successors to F. Taylor.).
Propnetors of the .
Dealers in all kinds of Meat
Sausage always on
. Mo. 91 Second Street.
(Charles Gilgard's old stand, Second St.
Ue liis opened a barber shop, and will
shave and cut hair in tbe latest style of the
art tor tne usual prices.
Mr. Smith is well-known to our citizens.
having been in the employ of Mr. Charles
Frazier for several months, and needs no
C. J. Smith, Prop'ri
Buy at Home and Save Freights and Agents'
Lock Box 218.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
Boot ann snoemaker.
1 14 SECOND STREET, ADJOINING FACAN'S.
Repairing Promptly and Neatly Done,
you want THE BEST,
NOKT II E li 2N
If the merchant you deal with does not
keep them, send to ALLEN direct. He
pays the postage. Beautiful Catalogue sent
171 Second Street,
T OT10E is hereby given that the partnership
JM heretofore existing between C. H. Foute and
Benjamin Wilson, under tbe firm name of Fonts &
Wilson, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
All debts owinir to said firm will be paid to C. M.
Foot, and all bills owing by said fine will be set
tled by Benjamin Wilson who will continue the bus
iness at tne oia suna.-
C M FOUTS.
The Dalles, Jul) ,51891.
ONE SORREL. BALD-FACED HORSE, about
15H hands high, ears inclined to lop; branded
M H. coonecte 1. on left hip. Will pay reward of
B6 for return of horse or any information leading to
bis nooTory. Address . O. 8. MORGAN.
auglb-lm The Dalles, Or.
Important Annoimcement !
On and after-this date our price for
hooks used in the u'lic srhonls will !
Fri Roller $ 20
Secoud " 30
Fifth " 90
Complete SpeKer 20
Arithmetic No. 1 80
Arithmetic No. 2 60
Elementary Geography 60
Comprehensive " 1 25
Sill's Grammar 60
Mental Arithmetic 25
Barnes' Complete Lessons 60
Brief History of U. S 1 00
Barnes General History 1 CO
Steele's Physiology and Hg:.ene. . 1 00
These prices are for cash with order.
Parties, ordering by mail will add ten per
cent, to these prices for postage.
142 Second and 107 9 Washington St.
The Dalles. Aug. 31, 1891.
A. S. Catlicart,
-AITD DEALER IS-
ALL KINDS OF WOOD.
Pianos and Furniture moved with the
Residence, opposite tbe warehouse of
Filloon Bros., on Second street. Office
with Maier & Benton, corner Third and
Orders left at either place will receive
prompt attention. dec31tf.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, J
Washington street, bet. 2d and 3d
The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
ALWAYS ON 8ALK.
N. B. WHYERS, PROPRIETOR.
EAST END SALOON,
. McDonald Bros., Props.
Tbe Best Wines, Liquors
and Cigars Always on Sale.
Second Street near tt mint. -THE
COLUMBIA ICE CO.
(104 Second Street,
icei ice: ics i
Having over 1000 tons of ice ou hand, we
are now prepared to receive orders, whole
sale or retail, to be delivered ' through the
summer. Parties contracting with us will
be furnished ice through the entire season,
without advanoe in price, and may depend
that we have nothing but pure, healthy ice,
cot ora mountain water, no slouch or slush
mds in it. Leave orders at the Columbia
landy Factory,-104 Second Street. .. r
" W. S. Ceam, Manager
Wholesale ana Ketaii Dealers in
Fine Confectionery, Nuts;
frntts. Tobacco. Cigars, Etc
Proprietors of the
76, 7 an .0 ccond Street, The Dalles, Ogn.
1 will start tbe steam wood saw Septem
ber 1, 1891. I will be prepared to cut,
split and pile all the wood in town at rea
sonable rates. Leave orders at P. O. box
356. J. C. Meins.
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED by the PrineriUe
Irrigation Company for the digging of a ditch
one metre and 260 rods long; amount of earth to be
moved, 27,000 cubic yards. Bids will be received un
til the 28th day of August Work to commence the
15th day of Septemtx 1891.
PRINEV1LLE IRRIGATION CO,
augis-ini PerT A. Urkk, Sec.. .
Prineville, Crook County, oregon.
The Beeend Eastern Oregon District
SPEED PROGRAMME FOR. FAIR OF 1S91
Tuesday, ssrr- 22, 1891.
Racs No 1. Running Saddle horse, stake $5 en
trance, 850 added. Fire to enter; three to start;
catch weights. The officers of the society to have
the right to reject any entry that in their judg
ment does not strictly constitute a saddle horse.
ii an mue aaan
Racs No. 2. Trottm -Yearling; stake, 10 en
trance, 50 added; 85 payable July 1, 1891, wben
stake closi s and entries must be maHe; oalance of
outry oue oep&. zi, isui. nan mue dasn.
kacb no 3. Trottiog Two-year-old class, mile
neatg, oess two in snreeurse of S75.
WKDNK8DAY, B&T. 23. 1891.
Racs No, 4." Running-Inlmd Empin stake for
iwo-year-oios, pzu entrance, 90 aaaed; siu payable
Sept, 1, 1891, when stake cluees and entiics must
be made, balance of entry due Sept. 21, 1891. Colts
w carry 110 pounus. nines ana ifeJdinus 107 nound.
non-thoroughbreds allowed ten pounds. Half-mile
Raci o. 5. Runnine Three-eisrhths of a mile
ana repeat, rune 01 viuu 1
Rack No. 6. Trotting Gentlemen's roadsters.
stake tb entrance $50 added. Five to enter, three to
start. To be driven by the owner to road can, half
uiiic umia, umv ut live.
' THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1891. .
Raci No. 9. - Kunuirur Half mile dash, mirae nl
8100. . .
Raci No. 8. Trottinar -Three minute elan miin
iica lb, hiiw in uvv, pimevi 91W.
rRIDAY. SEPT. 251891.
Rack No. 7. Running Half-mile and nvt
Raci No. 10. Trottintr 2:40 class, mile heata. tio
oest in nve, purse oi izo.-
SATURDAY. SEPT. 26,1891.
Racs No. 11. Runnine Three-ouarters of a mile
handicap. Entries close Sept. 24, -1891, with pay
ment of $5. Weights announced 2 p. m. Sent. 25.
Acceptance of wdght. and balance of entrance
money duo Dy 9 p. m. same day. Purse of 8125.
Raci No. 12. Trotting Free for all, miie heats,
nest torec in nre, purse oi 910.
Raci No. 13. Trotting Three-year-old class,
mile heats, best three in five, purse ot 8100.
Elidible only to horses owned and located In the
second District, Oregon and aUickitat county,
Washington, prior to April 1, 1891.
Entrance in all pane races, ten ner cent, of the
amount of the purse; four or more to enter, three to
All entries in trottitur races not otherwise sneei.
tied to close with tbe secretary at The Dalles, on
Sept. 1, 1891. All entries in running races not otn
erwise specified close with tbe secretary at The
Dalles 6 p. m. the night before tbe race takes place.
No money given for a walk -fiver:" Entries not ac
companied by the money will not be recognized.
Nominations to be made in writing, giving tbe
name, age, color, sex, sire and dam (if known and
when not known that fact should be stated) and
colors of the owner. This rule will be strictly en
forced. 1 -
In case the parses above given do not fill with
four oomplete entries, tbe board has the power to
reduce the amounts of the parses as in their
judgment seems proper.
liifc poara nas ana reserves tne ngni to postpone
races in case of inclement weather.
Any horse distancing the field snail be entitled to
first and third moneys only. - -
In all races, not otherwise specified, money to be
divided 70, 20, and 10 per cent, of the purse.
All running races to be eovrrned by the rules of
tbe Pacific Coast Blood Horse Association. .
All trotting races to be governed br tbe rules of
the National Trotting Aasociatfon.
' far-Stnd to J. O. Mack, Secretary, Tkt Dattet,
Oregon, and obtain Hanks upon vhieh to make your
i. O. MACK, JA8. A. TARNEY, . .
. Secretary, . President.
Flour, Bran and Chop Feed
U. S. INDIAN J-ERVICE, ")
WARM SPRINGS AGENCY, OREGON,
July 22, 1891.
Sealed proposals, endorsed "Proposals for Flour,
Bran and Chop Feed, and addressed to 'he under
signed at Warm bprirars, Crook county, Oregon,
(contractor to furnish warehouse facilities), will be
received at this agoncv until 3 o'clock P. M. of
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1891,
For furnishing and delivering at The Dalles, Oreiron
about 50,000 lbs Flour, 80,000 lbs Bran and 60.000 lbs
of Chop Feed. Feed roust be of clear ilarley and
Oats, fresh ground and of good sound train. Flour
must be what is known a straight full stock, of
good sound wheal; grown in the section of country
contiguous to the plce of delivery; 60 pounds of
wheat to be ground down to 42 pounds of flour. No
patents taken out. Samples of not less than 10 tt-s
must be furnished by biddeie. Delivery to be made
in such quantities as may be required.
The riiflit is reserved to reject anv or all bids or
any part, of any bid if deemed for the best interest ot
the service, .bidders mun state tpecincAlly in their
bids the pr pesed price of each article offered for de
livery under a contract.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check
or diaft upon a me Uniied States depository or
solvent National Bank in the vicinity of the resi
dence of the bidder, made payable to the order of
the Commissioner f Indian Affairs for at least five
per cent, of the amount of the proposal, which check
o -rait will be forfeited to the United S ates in case
auf bidder or bidders receiving an award shall fail
U jfDmptlv execute a contract with good and suffi
cient sureties; otherwise to be returned to the bid
der. Bids srTomnanied bv cash in lieu ofacerti-
fitdcJ'Ckwiil not be considered Ft further par
ticulars apply to J. C. LUCRE Y,
o-at i. a. Indian Agent.
By virtue of an execution, and order of salf Issued
out of the circuit court of the state of Oregon, for
Wasco county, on the 24th day of July 1891, in the
suit wherein the Solicitors' Loan and Trust Com
pany is plaintiff, and James Booth, Mary Booth., W.
V Mc lure. Sarah H. McClure. D. G Alter. Ada
Alter, Ralph Rogers. Julia N Rogers. Url Embodv.
J. M. Taylor Daniel Grid'ey, F. F Hall and John
W. francis are oefendans. to me directed, rora-
mandi. g me to make sale of the lands in said exe-
cu.ion. and order of sale, described to-wit: Those
certain pieces and parcels of land in H asco c unty,
state of Oregon, known an described as the eas
half and the east l.aJf i-f the southwest quaiter of
section 15 all of section 16, the east half of section
17, and the northwest aoarler of the northeast
quarter of section 22. ail in township 1 north of
range 14 east of the Willamette meridian, situ.ited
in Wasco county, iriegou. 1 ntve this day levied
upon this land, and on
Saturday, the 5tb day of September, 1891,
At the hour of 2 oVlock, p. m., at the court house
door in Wasco couuty, state of Oreg n, I will sell
said land and all the right, title and interest whi. h
said defendants ha I thereto on the 25th dav of
February, 1887 (the date of the mortgage described
in the comp.aint in said suit) or have'since acouired
at public auction to the highest bidder thereto to
and disbursements in said tuit, fci-wit: 82,317.00 and
interest thereon from tbe 18th day of November,
1890, at the rate ot six per cent, per annum. Com
pounded semi-annually at the rate of 8 per cent, par
annum on 82000 thereof, and at the rate of 8 per
cent.. per annum on 8317 thereof, and the further
sum of $-i0O attorney fees, and costs and disburse
ments taxea at sd3.7.
Dated this 4th day of August, 1891.
D. L. CATES.
8aug6t Sheriff of Wasco Co., Oregon
TH THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF
X Oregon for Wasco County.
John Prall, Plaintiff,
C E Bayard, Administrator of the Estate of N. W.!
Harper, deceased, defendant.
By virtue of an execution, dulv issned out of the
above-entitled court, in the above cause, on the 14th
uar 01 jury 01 lowi. upon a decree rendered In
said cause on the 11th day of July of 1891, in favor
of the above-named plaintifi and against the defend
ant anoye namea lor tne sum Hereinafter mentioned,
which decree, among other things, ordered the sale
of the lands hereinafter described, to satisfy said
sums, 1 aid levy upon and will sell oa
Saturday, August 23, 1891,
At the court house door in Dalles City, Wasco
county, Or., at the hour ot 2 o'clock p. m. of said
day at public auc ion to the highest bidder for cash
in hana all- the following-described mortgaged land
to-wii: . -
The west half of he northwest quarter of section
28, toanship 1 south, range 16 east w" M., being and
situated in Wasco county, Oregon, to satisfy the
sums of 8211.60, with interest tberton from s id
11th day of July, 1891, at the rate of 8 per cent, per
annum and the further sum of 825 as costs of suit
ana accruing hereon.
Dated this 16th day of July, 1891.
D. L. CATES.
Sheriff of Wasco County, Or.
Admininistrator's Sale of Real Estate.
TN THE C0D5TT COORT OF THE STATE OF
I Oretron for the County of Multnomah.
In tbe matter of the estate of Michael Little de
Notice Is hereby given that undei and by virtue of
an order of salr,duly made and entered of record in the
County Court ot the State of Oregon for the County
01 jnaitnomon oy lion. j. v. sioreuuia, uuae tnere-
nt An tha Af h nan a 1 ....., 1 L(ll .V. 1 1
C. W. Lomler, administrator of tbe said estate, will
sell at pul'lic auction to tbe highest and best bidder
at the front door nf the county court house in Dalles
City, county ef Waseo and State of Oregon, at the
nour oi iu o ciocx A. iu.01 tne
23d day of September, 1S91,
the following described real property, situated in the
county of Wasco and State of Oregon, to-wit:
Tbe north one-bait of the northeast quarter of sec
tion tnirteen, in townnin two n rtn, oi range ten
east of tbe Willamette meridian, for cash paid at the
day of sale, in United bla.es trold coin, or one-half
cash down and the balance in one year or leas, se
cure! or a mortgage on tne a oove aescnoea real
property oy tne purcnas-r oi such property.
C. W. LOMLER.
Administrator of the estate of Michasi Little, de-
W. L. Norms. Administrator's Attorney.
- Dated August 14th, 1891. auglo-5t
TICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lakd Offics at Thi Dalles, Ob.,
August 10. 1891.
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
win oe maae oeiore tne uagister and Receiver of thj
U. S. Land Office at The Dalies. Or., on Sent. i
CHEbTEK W. EMERSON,
Hd. No. 1707, tor the N NW, SEi NWJ ana SWJ
NEK, Sec 20, Tp 1 N. R 16 E W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous resiaence upon, ana cultivation OI, said
Joseph C. Egbert. James Hurst. Isaac Toumr.
nvuii waaana, ail oi ine uaues, T.
augu juujn w Lewis, Register.
NOTICE FOE RE PUBLICATION.
Land Ofyics At Tub Dalles, Or.,
Aiurust 8. 1891.
Notice is hereby riven that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support ot his claim, and that said j
prooi win ne maue oeiore tne register and receiver
of the U. S. land office at Tbe Dalles, Or., on Sept.
JOSEPH R. HALL,
Hd. 1907, for the S SE& Sec 28, Tp 1 N. R 12
St W M. -
He names the following witnesses to prove his
wuunuouF resiaence upon ana cultivation oi said
land, vns: -
Jacoo Obrist, Hiram Chittenden, E C Teague, A
v aiiera, au or xne Aiaues, ur. -
augis JOHS W. LEWIS, Register.
10 ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
All persons -knowintr themfrelvM Indnhtivl to th
late inaries c Liunnam are hereby requested to set-
wo wiui uie unuersignea, aammisxratrix, lmmeai
ately. All accounts not settled within the next sixty
vuv- win ue piaceo witn attornes lor collection.
MR. L1DA DUNHAM,
Adm'x Estate Cnirles E. Dunham, dee'd.
Dalles City, Aug. 29, 1891.
10 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to certify that the partnershin heretofore
existing between Messrs. Bold and Havner in the
blacksmith and wagon-making business In The
naiies is tnis aav dissolved by mutual consent. F.
W. Bold will continue the business in his own name,
and will pay all debts owed bv tbe firm and enlii-t
an oiiis aue tne arm. - . w. HOLD.
aug28 . A. U.HAYHER.
A CHOICE LOT of Brood Mares; also a nuirer
of Geldings and Fillies by Rockwood. Jr
Planter, Oregon Wilkes and Idaho Chief some
standard bred. Also tb' "e fine youDtr stallions br
nwKwouu, sjr., out oi nrsi iss mares.
For Drciea and ternis eali on or address either J.
w. uond on or J. H. Larsen, Tbe Dalles. Or.
At Cascade Locks, county warrants as follows: No
ciass ou, 11, Aug. iz, j. r. Atweii; io.
M5, Class 30, 91.70, Aug. 12, 1890, J. F. At well; No.
lw. Class 31, i.2U, Aug. IX, 4. f. AtwelL
... i. r. ATWELL,
13ap Cascade Locks.
10 ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
That the (roods now in my possession, belumrfnar
to Artnur Brannon, as security- ior siu. wui oe sola
on toe 1st oi August, wunous payment is made.
The Dalles, Or., July 16, 1890.
After thirty days the accounts due the late firm of
Fonts ft Wilsop will be Placed la tbe bands of a
attorney for collection. C M. FOUTS.
Br the subscriber, raridi nar one mile south arrat -of
ue cay, one rea cow wita wmw spow, bww vvc
lata, xne owner can nave us same oy prwring
property and paiimr chaives for this aareraaemenk
lnl . W.BIBGFELD.
THE GREAT PORTLAND
WITH ITS WORLD OF WONDERS,
Opens Sept. 17, 1880; Closes Oct. 17lli.
Music bv the
GREAT ZAPADORES BAND
From the City of Mexico.
Art from the jrreat masters of Europe and America,
valued at a quarter million dollars. Won
derful Electrical Adaptations in
id Series of Mineral Exhibits.
Every Department filled with the novel
ART, SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
A greater number of exhibits than ever be-
fore presented upon the coast.
THE STOCK DEPARTMENT
Made a prominent feature.
S5.000 IN PREMIUMS
The largest display ot Fruit and the flne-t exhibit ot
Agriculture ever midtt in the facinc
ALL MANUFACTORIES IN FULL MOTION.
EVERYTHING NEW. NO DEAD EXHIBITS.
The Exposition of Expositions.
Admission as usual- Greatly Reduced Rates
round trip on all passenger lines.
GE EM All A,
CHAS. STUBLING. Prop.
New Vogt Block, The Dalles, Or.
Wm, Liquors and Cigars.
AU brands of Imported Liouors, Ale and Porter, and
genuine Key West Cigars. A full line of
CALIFORNIA WINES & BRANDIES.
Milwaukee Beer on Drauqht.
PP A DO f tle Best Brands manufact
UlJniiO nred. and ordras from all pai ts
of the country tilled on the shortest notice,
Tbe reputation of THE DALLES CIGAR
has become hrmly established, and the de
mand for the home mannfactoaed article is
increasing eyery day.
dec24dv-tf A. TJLRICH & SON,
Snipe$ & Kinerly,
129 Second Street
J. H. LABSEN,
Dealer in all kinds of
Hay, Grain and Feed
At his old stand, Second street.
HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE
The highest Cash Price paid for Sheep pelts.
j Trrnr CEXiEBSAXMO g
i SMITH & WESSON j
! The Finest Small Arms Ever Manafactared.B
I UnrivaledO ! ,.i
LOADING and SAFETY.
Beware of cheap iron imitations.!
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price List to j
. SMITH & WESSON,
SPRINGFIELD, SCABS. !
IT 13 THE IPEA.I, MEDICTTfK.
it rouses the Laver and Kidneys and Stomach
-urcs Headache. DvsDensia, creates an Ami.
iite, Purines the Impure Blood, and -
Makes The Weak Btrong.
5 : -
ti everywhere. Sis bottle t six frvr
iPfe Cklehaatera EuIUk Bfaaawd Bran.
m G-v oriritinavivvciiiM
JBK. Birr, slsran relialala. ladiu lit
Dragfiit for ChieMSMtsw'm MngtiMh Dil
nsn irmnsT in km sna uMBCituin
Kmzm. mta with bio ribbon. Take
a. skftksuM. ftdAt daniu suhsfifis
Hons ad tmitntitmM. Ai Drvggiata, r mb4 4b
W JJf la tumpa tor narttealara, I
O "Relief fcrtidlee,"
Uav, by retmra
SfalL 10.000 TestlBMelala. Xmm Pmmw.
' If ' rauauai rm
Portland. frpcmn. A. P. Artnamnar 'Prin
Branch School : Capital Bub. College, Salem. Oregon.
Typewriting, Penmanship, and Eugiish Departments
Xgrln session throoghout the year.
rongnoui ue year, araaents admit
Catalogue from either school, free.
A. YEAR t IvBdertaketobrfcff
I teach anj fatolj intelligent peraon of either
es. who can read and writ, and who.
I after inatrnrtion, will work iBdwtrlonslT.
' how to Mim Thvaa - Hii. I
Veartatheirowa .caMtia.whTrthT Hre.I will alea lintdi
tb sitnation or employmenMit which you can earn that amount.
no moner ior meonieaa meceaatni aa ibtrre. EasUy and qnlchly
learned, f deaire bat one worker from tech diitrictoreanntv. 1
hare already taurht and nroidcd with emnlovmrat km
Bomber, who are mahins OTer S4O00 a vfareach. It'sBfEV'
and HOIIl. Vull tmrUcalare FR EE. Addfeas at one.
ts. .aaK..v iux asv, AUVItua, 1 SUMIfc
Snuff llttl roHnacshabeniiuidat
wont ior aa, by Anna nt, Aualln,
i ami jmo. Ltonn, lolsMo, Uhio.
emu OlberBand(iaa;aawll. VVIiy
nat roul Horn rtrn ovar S 600.00 a
Luoutb. Tom can do lb work and lira
Bt home, wherever 70a ara. Evan be
Krfoncn are rnHy eamlns from S& to
flOaday.AII aires. Weabow yo haw
and atart yon. Can work In prv tlma
er all ilm rime. Big moo ft for work
. era. Failnrv unknown among: ihrn.
NG V () WdllllsrAll ParlUnlaH fra.
B.HaUlett A. Cat.v Box b HO IM-siamct, Msilve
rean banrnn atoarKEWIIneofwork.
rapillr aud bunorablT. br tbo of
' citbrr ei. youug or old, and in their
1 own localitira.n br rvrer they lira. Any
on can do the work. Eaav to Inru.
W torniah avcrythlnr. W atart too. Ko risk. Ton can devota
yoar apara moBMota, or all your time to tbe work. Thia la an
ontwajy new iaaa jum onnaa wonacrnu aacecaa to arary worKar.
BaKiBBjara ara aaralna; from 9& to S50 perreek and apwarda,
and aaaraaftara lltUa axpenanea. We can furnish 70a tb em
ployment asd teach yen r KICK, ho apaeato explain bar. Full
Local and Traveling.
A. Cod Ckises: Usnt Ml It! Ton
need no capital to reoresaot a reliable firm that war
nuts nuraerr stock first-class and true to name.
v ors: au tne year, ana gooa pay weeaJr to enerfrecle
Apply qoica, statins; age. u. U MAX as
11 - y
(Successor to Fonts ft Wilson.)
219 AND 221 SECOND STKEET.
fines, Liquors and Cigars
"United We Stand"
And othei choice brands of Whisky
KEY WEST CIGARS.
' Also W net and lieer, oportel and domestic
W. L. DOUGLAS
and other special
ties Tor Gentlemen,
Lnil lea. etc.. are war
ranted, and so stamped on bottom. Address
W.lliOLGLAS. Brockton, irlass. Sold by
Is again at his old stand and has on hana
FINEST BRAND OF
Tanks of all Bizes, from 1000 to 40,000 gallons, made
I3T Contracts for all kinds of buildings
taken at the lowest b mires.
(Cor. Court and Third St i.)
Cured Hams and Bacon, Dried Bee
And tbe best Beefsteaks, Mutton Chops and Teal
i;uueu in tne maxuet.
ORDERS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF CITY
49Fre3h Vegetables on Sale at the Lowest Prices.
' In connection with my Fiuit Stand, on Second St.
near the ooruor of Madison, J have open! a lunch
counter, and can serve to customers sandwiches
pigs' leet, oysters, contse and tea. This is conveni
ent to tbe passenger depot. Have alio Oaliiorni
orange elder, and the sest apple ader. no26
Artistic Fainter Ss Sousd Becorator.
Tllo Dalles, Oregon.
Honsa Paintlne and Decorating s specialty.
Inferior and cheap work done; but good, last:
work at the lowest price s
Shop Adjoining Bed ront Grocery, Third street.
Denny, Rice & Co.
Wool & Commission Merchants
610 Atlantic Ave., Boston.
Cash advance made on oonsfcninent.
NORTH and SOUTK
E. E. LYTLE,
- . Agent.
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM.
Portland to S;aa Francisco.
To San Francisco Leaving; Steamship Wharf
land, at 10 r M., as louows:
Columbia . " '
Oreiron . "
Bseiraffe must he checked either at Asb St., durini
the day, or bv the U. C. B. Co. No uncheckei
baggage will be received on the Steamers
Han jTraneiseo to Portland.
To Portland Leaving SpearSt. Wharf, San Francisco.
at iu A. M. as louows:
Elder June 4
Oregon " 8
Columbia . " 18
Oregon " 20
Columbia " 28
The company reserves the rieht to change steam
ers or sailing dates without further notice.
For rates, tickets, berth reservations, etc. , call on
or address any ticket agent of the Union Pacific sys
tem. C. S. MELLEj?, T.W.LEE
Gen. Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass Agt
FROM TERMINAL OR INTERIOR POINTS
Is the line to take
TO ILL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH.
It is the Dining- Car Route. It runa ThroughJVes-
UDmed Trains verr vy in tne year to
ST. PAUL and CHICAGO.
, (NO CHANGE OF CARS.
Composed of Dining Cars unsurpassed, Pullman
is rawing rtoom aieepers 01 iaus
TOURIST SLEEPING OARS,
est that can be constructed, and in which acoom
monauons are both Free and r urnisbed
for holders of First or Second
class Tickets, and.
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
A Continaons Line connecting witn All
. Lines, Affording Direct and Un
interrupted Service- .
Pulman Sleepnr naervatiooa can be secured in ad.
ranoe Uirouijh may. aent of the road.
TUDnilPU TIPIr-CTO To and from all pointa
InnUUUn IIUKtlOlo America, EnKUod
ard Lurope can be purcbaaed at any Ticket office of
Foil information coneernimr fatea, time of tralna,
ntea and other detaila funucbed on application to
j agent, or
A. D. CHARLTON,
- Aasiatant General Paaaener Afit..
No. 121 First atreet, cor. WaahinKton, -PORTLAND,
190 Third Street.
PIPE AND TB REPAIRS
MAINS TAPPED WITH PRESSURE ON.
Opposite Thompson's Blacksmith Shop
Wiseman & Butler,
(Successors to J ,H. McDonooh & Co.)
DEALERS IN -
Choice. Wines, Liquors.
None bat the best brands of Liouors and
Cigars on sale. TemperaDco drinks of all
kinds. Corner of Court and Second streets,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
(Successor to Payette & Friend.)
Corner Second and Madison Sts.
All work work in iron or wootl done In the neatest
manner. Anything: in the waponiine, from
a wheelbarrow to an omnibus, made
Horse-Shoeing a Specialty.
Plows and machinery ic paired in the most skill-
1 111 ana workmanlike manner. mchzldw
Address; Lock Box 181.
F. W. BOLD.
Blacksmith d hpAth:
Ai Thompson's old stand, 193 Tninl St
BUCKSMITHIHC OF ALl KINDS
WOOD WOEK at all kinds, repairins; and miking
anjuuna;, irom a wneeinarrow to a carnage.
H08SE4HOEING A SECIALTY.
W. H. NEABEGK.
UETOR OF THB '
Granger Feed Yard,
(At Grimes' old place of business.)
Hones fed to Hay or Oats at the lowest possible
prices Wood care Riven to animals left m my care, .
as 1 have ampin stable room. Give me a call, and I
will sruarantee satisfaction.
ju20tl W. H. NEABECK.
P. W. L. 8KIDBE, PROP.
A High Grade Wine?, Liqaors & Cigars
L :U :N :C:H :E :S -FJvSRI
Cor. Secoud and Iladison, near
EAST END SALOON,
Rear the Old Hint Bnllding, Second St,
Tb. Dalies, Or.
Always on htuid the
A Pleasant Evening Resort
Colombia Brewery and Imported Lager Beet
Charles F. Lauer,
Proprietor of the
Will always keep on sals
Puget Sound Fish,
Also, Provisions, Candles, Tobaceo
Leave tout orders, aa thev will .receive prompt
J. O. MACK,
Seoomd Street. -
to row ouh cataloqucawd pb'cis
atlas engine works,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. I
Plana and specifications tor building fur
nished. Will do .all kinds of excavating
All orders ahould.be lett at postomce box
MAKER - -
Third Street (Wchell'a Pinning Mil!).
Carriage and Wagon Painting Done.
Work executed on abort notice.
Goods hauled with the greatest care to all
parts of the sty on abort notice.
Leave orders with Fish & Bardon.
arriiiiWi-if aai'i i.sTaa''
Hardware, Iron. Steel anil Farm Macieir.
SOLE ACENTS FOR WASHINGTON AND NORTHERN IDAHO FOR THE
BUCKEYE MOWER AND REAPER.
TbM KAohlnts Are too well kuown to need comment. Tbouaands of ftrmart bar
nssd them And speak of them with praise. They are tbe only HArreitlnc
Hachtnei that will give ENTIP.K SATISFACTION to tbe purchAser.
MILLER'S STAR VIBRATING THRESHER,
Tb notfe EffectlTe and Successful Combination for Throthlng and Cleanlnc
Grain ,ver constructed.
BUCKEYE steelframe TWINE-BINDERS.
t3Tho Feature that diatinailhes tills Twins-Binder is the Lightness ot Drill, eombhMd with ke
Extraordinary Strength and Durability. The Binder t t tho Aj.pVhy pattern, the only really suooessrul
one yet known. We have two MvIm, the Elovator Hinder aud the Platform Binder both axoellent koto
feoommended by hundreds of patrons.
BUCKEYE AND SUPcRIOR DRILLS
AND SEEDERS, '
COR BIN DISC HARROWS.
HAISH BARB WIRE
"SEND FOR CIRCUL.An5t
Or to E. N. CHANDLER,
The Underelffned has Added to his Business aj?ull line of
Metallic, Cloth-covered, Black, White, French
Berl and Rosewood Caskets,
Burial Eobes and Shronds. Trimmings of all descriptions at the Lowest Prices
and owns tbe aioat Elegant fleane east of the mountains with all the
I m-r-k out a -w-r VT '
I u umjx a x
FlAMS of Business. In Nickeken's Block, cornw Third and M'ahlngton strreta.
Place Of UetKldeaee Fon.-th s roet, corner of Waahitwton. Can bo vea at all hours of the day
Best Stock and
We are tbe sole agents for the
I RAM0NA COOK STOVE, which has no equal, and guars u teed to give en
tire satisfaction or money refunded. ' v
Cor. Second and Washington streets. The Dalles
CALL A3SI SEE
The Hoosier Fence Machine
The only machine that gives a continuous twist to the wire.
Id operation at
StroDgr, Durable, Neat, and Cheapest Fence in the world. - -
BEST FENCE MADE.
The One Price Cash House,
COR. SECOND AND COURT STS.. -
J. P. McIIEMI.
-pi i t i "pv i
Foreign and Domestic J)ry doods,
XI a La aliu vap( uuuts auu uuucd, u.u.
Agent for tie Bntterick Patterns, also
THE DALLES, OREGON,
Jfine Toilet boaps, tfrusDes, uomos, eta i'ertumery and t&ucy
Toilet Articles. Fare Brandy, Wines and Liquors
' for Medicinal Purposes.
rtaysicians' Prescriptions a. Specialty.
THE POSTOFFICE STORE,
Besides leading beyond dispute in
! Embracing all the latest popular
oar line of Fine Tablets the most complete in
pwison of goods land 1 prices.
x second bbq ivt-ivu uasmngwn otroeta. nvauui
F i -iii, First and Vine Streets, '
a was a -. a a a
STAR TRACTION ENGINE,
Deere Plows, Deere
Agent, The Dalles, Or
TIT1P. Til5 A K P. n
f my ws bbi mm m ma mm
)TT T TUTn fT TmTCT C
i m x
The DaJJes, Orearou
Celebrate'd TRIUMPH RANGE and
& : LARSEN, : Proprietors,
The Drill)!. Orojron.
for tne Hall Bazaar Dress Forms,
Periodicals and-Paper Books,
a line of
pieces. Recent additions make
The Dallea. . We confidently innte com
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