The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY DECEMBER 17. 1892 THE CONTRACT LET. The bid of Day & Co., of San Fran cisco, for the construction of the locks at the Cascades has been accepted by the secretary of war, and it only re mains for them to file bonds in the re quired amount for work to begin. This is the consummation earnestly desired by the producers of Eastern Oregon for many years, and. means , that the Colombia river , will - be an open highway to the sea in a few years. The first work was done on the locks in 1876, and. since that time, under control of the war department, 'pro- - gross has been slow. -- Through the earnest efforts of . our delegation in congress last year, the canal and locks . ' were placed under the contract sys tem, and bids were advertised for the construction of the work by Major Handbury, to be opened November 15. The bid of Day & Co. was found to be the lowest, and this was reported to the secretary of war with the recom mendation that it be accepted. In the early acceptance of this the war- de partment has done a great favor to the Inland Empire, and the people will ' consider this the most fortuitous event that has happened in the history of river improvements in Oregon. ' The work will be prosecuted with vigor, as it will be to the interest of " the con- tractor to complete it at the earliest possible date,' and a selfish end will , also be subserved to keep down all un . Becessary expenses. . - . " An open river means wealth and ; prosperity to every portion of that vast region of country drained by the Columbia and its tributaries, and the . beginning of an era of industrial de velopment that has long been desired by those who have always placed im- " plicit faith in the rich . natural re- ; sources of this favored part of the northwest. Where one acre has been devoted to agriculture heretofore, with cheap transportation ' to seaboard the area will be more than doubled, and in a short time the hillsides will be dotted by vineyards and Eastern Oregon fruits will furnish a rich export trade. The Columbia river basin, the trade f which created the first wealth accu mulated in Portland, will soon be freed from her fetters, and in business and 1 commercial importance will be second to no other place on the Pacific slope. the road from this city in a southeasterly direction up the Catherine-creek pass into the rich timber, mineral and agri cultural lands east of Union. Work on the extension will be begun as soon as satficieDt materials are received to war rant active operations, and, if the weather will permit, ti e work will continue dur lng the winter. The road will be pushed as fast as possible into the timber and on over into the southeastern part of the country. Orders tor material were placed subject to the placing of the bonds. Tbe first shipment of tbese orders arrived here to day, consisting ot a lot of spikes. The steel and other materials are expected to arrive in a few days. This road will not only . open up a . new and undeveloped country, but will provide superior ship ping facilities to the Big creek country, Pine and - Eagle valleys, and the miniosr districts of Cornucopia. Sanger and Sparta. - Fanners' Institute. ; The . following is the programme of the Farmers' Institute, to be held at Dufur, Deo. 29tb and 30th, nnder tbe auspices of the Wasco and Sherman coon ties' business council, assisted by tbe agricultural college: THUBSDAY, D.EC. 29; 1:30, P. M. Music. Address of Welcome W H Dufur. Response J McMillan. Music, i Benefits to be derived from Farmers' In stitutes AS Roberta.' Necessity of making onr homes attractive Mrs A Hathetray. Music. THURSDAY, DEC. 29. 7 P. M. Music Tbe Agricultural College and its purposes Pres John M Bloss. Farmers' organizations as political edu cators P P Underwood. Music. Lantern views throjvo upon a screen and explained by some member of the college faculty. FRIDAY, DEC. 30, 9:30 A. M. Music. Shonld wheat be sown in the prinln or in tbe fall E Moore, Music. '. Economy as applied to the farm Prof H T French. Music. - ' Thistles J H Trout. Adjournment for dinner. : FRIDAY, DEC. 30, 1:30 P. It. Music Alkali soils Prof G W Shaw. Need of better roads John Medler. Music. - Loss of stock on account of exposure P Butler. Questions from question box. Closing remarks. Music All present are requested to take part in the' discussions of tbe topics presented in the programme. Adjournment. Democratic papers are beginning to print statements that wages have in creased since the election of Cleveland, and there has not been the least change in the economic policy of the country. There are Democrats who draw all their facts from their imagination, and this assertion is proof that their fruit- : ful minds can conjure up anything to suit their purpose. It is wise, at least, to wait unto free-trade has bpen in operation some time before its benefits are . heralded forth. Wait until the Chicago platform has been in force for a few years, and then the people will call upon these visionaries for facts and figures. The result of thirty years of Republican rale is seen in the his tory of the country, and the party of progress and , protection is not forced to range : the fertile fields of fancy to find commendation of its principles as regards the administration, of national affairs., . ' ' . ' : - " OaL Hale. Dr. Eagan, of Milton, in an interview with a Walla Walla exchange, gives the following information in reference to Cal. Hale, one of the men arrested for ' tbe Roslyn bank robbery: ' "It disgusts me to bear tbe newspapers speak of Cal. Hale as one of the worst desperadoes that ever in fested this country. I bave known bim since babyhood, have attended him many times in a professional capacity and I know that that is not bis nature. He is an im becile, as harmless aa a school boy and his committing a deed requiring the display of as mnch nerve and spirit of daring as did the robbing of tbe Roslyn bank, I consider morally impossible. I do not believe that he ever waa a hnndred miles from borne in his life. His brothers Ed. and Nat have reputation for being aneak thieves, stealing a slick ear from the range now and then but to judge from their natures as I know them, it would be absurd to think of tbem committing a deed requiring so much nerye and boldness. Cal. on the other band bas always borne a good reputation and aa said before I believe it ia impossible for him to have been interested in this robbery as it would be for a little child." . SOUTHERU WAS00 HEWS. Items From Hie Columns Antelope Herald. of the The school in this district closes to day and tbe children and parents all agree that Miss Cooper, tbe teacher, has given universal satisfaction during tbe entire term. Next term the little children and all will have decent school facilities. Mr Woods, from the Jobn Day met with a serious accident while returning from The Dalles some days since. He fell from his 'wagon when near Burnt Ranch and was so badly hurt that he re mained there and' sent for bis son, who soon arrived on tbe scene. After a few days be was able to ride home. From K. F. Staehr, voluntary observer for the weather bureau at Bakeoveo, we learn that tbe weather report for the month of November was as follows: Highest temperature, 03; lowest tempera tore, 24; mean temperature, 48;. total precipitation, 1 08 inch;, greatest precipi tation In 24 consecutive bours, 0 40; pre vailing direction of wind, west; number of f rots, 8; number of days clear,?; number of days fair, 17; number of days cloudy, 11 ; number of days .01 inch or more rain or melted snow fell, 6. Tbe weatber report from tbe Antelope section would compare with tbe above very favorably. Walt Silvertootb was over to Fossil last week, aDd while there be met Willis Zacbary and Mr. Umphry, two of tbe Roslyn bank robbers." Tbese boys were arrested and lodged in the Ellens- burg jail by rude and brutal detectives Attorney Myers, an o!d acquaintance of the boys, resides at Ellensburgb, and tbe boys employed him to defend them at tbe preliminary examination. Myers went to the jail to see the boys on legal business, but the jailer, having been instructed by the detectives, objected to Myers entering. .Tbe lawyer insisted upon going in, but tbe jailer seized a poker. and commanded Myers to keep out, Myers jerked out a six- shooter and persuaded" Mr. Jailer to let bim enter, and at tbe examination tbe boys estab lished tbeir innocence without any effort. tbe same as all the other "robbers" will do when justice is given them. It cost Willis and Umphry about $200 each to get out of jail, wbicb tbey consider rather exorbitant lodging rates. Tbey can - thank their stars that the blood thirsty hoodlums did not. put a few boles through them just for sport, like tbey did the window lights and irrigating ditches over in Gilliam county when they came up to arrest the "desperadoes." - Legal Xotloee. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Omci at Vaxcouvoi, WapH., November 17, 18S2. To William L. Lee and all whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that the fol'owing.named set tlers have Sled notice of their intention to make final proofs in support of tbeir claims, and that aaid proofs will be made before W. R. Dunbar. Commis sioner United Stales Circuit Ceurt, district of Wash ington, at his office in Goldeodale, Wash., on Jan. 16, 1883, via- WENDELIN LEIDL, Homestead Application No. 8280, for the WJ4 o! NEli, SEJ of N WJ, and K EJ of SWi, Sec 19, Tp 3 N, E 14 B, W M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuoup residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: George O. Lindsiy, Anitas Campbell, Melville M. Warner, William Bnagefarmer, all of fiartLtnd postoffice. Washington. WEN0ELIN LEIDL, Purchase Application No. 24S. under Se". 8, Forfeit ure Act, Sept. 89, 1890, for the EU of NE., and a 54 of SKK, Sec 19, Tp 3 i, K 14 E, W M. He names the followin&r witnesses to prove his claim to said land, viz: George U. Lindsay, Angus Campbell, Melville M. Warner, William Bridge farmer, all of Hart land postnffice, Washington. GEOnGE G. LINDSAY, Purchase Application No. 280. under Sec. 3, Forfeit ure Art, S pt. 29, 1890, for the NEi, Sec 21, Tp 3 N, K IS E, W II. He names tbe following witnesses to prove his claim to said land, viz: Weniielin Leidl, Angus Campbell, Melville M. Warner. William bridge farmer, all of Hartland postoffice, Washington. GABRIEL HAKUISON, Purchase Application No. S9, under Sec. 3, Forfeit ure Act, Sept. 29. U90, for the SEJ. of tEJ, Sec 21, Tp 3 N. R 13 E, W M He names the following witnpsses to prove bis claim to said land, viz: Marvin M Splaw-n, John Kure, William Bridgefarmer, Hartland postumce. Wash.; William Van Vactor, Ooldendale p stoihce, Wash. JOHN A. SPLAWN. Purchase Application No. 30, under Sec 3, Forfeit ure Act, Sept. 29, 1890, for the N of N'!, Sec 29, Tp 3 N, R 13 E, W M. He n-unes the following witnesses to prove his claim to said land, viz: John H. Ward. William A. O. Markman, Walter M. Hardison, Hartland post office, Wash.; William Garner, Lyle postoffice, H ash WILLIAM O. A. MARCKMAaN, Purchase Application No 49, under Sec. 3, Forfeit ure Act. Sept, 29, 1890, for the SE., Sec 33, Tp 3 N, B 13 E, W M. lie. names the following witnesses to prove his claim to said land, viz.- John M. Splawn, Jobn Kure, Gabriel Hardisou, Hartland postoffice. Wash.; Will iam Van Vactor, Goldendale postomce, Wash. nv26 JOHN D. GEOGHEGAN, Regkter. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Omci at The Dalles; Or., December 3, 1892. Notice is herebv given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of bis claim and that said proof will be made before the register and receiver at Tbe Dalles, or., on Monday, Jan. 23, 18U3, viz: JOSEPH BAKRILL, Homestead Application Ne. 4615, for the EJ of HEJ, ami oi Sb)4, of sec 6, Tp s a, a l is. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation oi, sua land, viz: Thomas C. 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Newspaper are not to copy this advertisement without tlte express order of Harper cfc Brothers. Address: HAKPER & BRGTHEuS, New York. KOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ' ' United States Land Omen. The Dalles, Or, Dee. o, 1892. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler hss filed notice of ber intention to make final proof in support of her claim, and that said proof will be made before the register and receiver of the U. S. land office at The Dalles, Or on Jan. 20, 1893, viz: JENNIE WATERMAN, Homestead Application No. 3797, for the SW qr of NW qr, and NW qr of SW qr, of Sec 27, Tp 1 S, R 14 K, w M. , She names the following witnesses to prove hsr continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: H. Gilpin, H. Hico, N. McDonald, F. Garlaw, all of The Dalles, Oregon. declO JOHN W. LEWIS, Register. -.. It As the time for convening the leg islature approaches, the subjects for 'which statutes should be enacted are discussed, and prominent among these are the divisions of some of the old counties. New ones are wanted . in some of the Willamette districts, and we presume Eastern Oregon will de mand her share of this kind of legis- V lation. If the population and wealth of any portion of the state demand the creation of these new corpora tions, it is right and. fair that the de mands of the people should be heeded; but if the conditions are such that this action would increase the burdens of tax-payers, the law-makers would act wisely in ' denying tbe request. ' The ' only safe rule with every branch of government in a republic is, the great est good to the greatest number. Letters Advertised. Abe following is tbo list ot letters re maining in Tbe Dalles postomce uncalled for Saturday, Dec. 10, 1892. Persons call iotc for these letters will please (jive the date on which tbey were advertised: . . Brown, George R . Bureh, Mrs Mary . Clark, F J , Cox, DrWC ' Darragh, Wra B Drew, Mrs CW Dixon, James Elden, MR. Ferguson, Mrs Jane. Glynn, Frank A Hayden, Geo B .. . Hamley, Fred ' Hutchison, GAG Kersey, Jobn F Kort, John F Martin, Alex Miosbnll, R Mott, Rev A B Palmer, Ed Poland, Mrs Clara Portor, Mrs Polnayn Pao, Margarita Scott, isessie Boyd, Joe Burns, James Cobb, Oliver H Darlins. J W Dayidson, Mrs T A Diokson, Mrs J W Dnnleavey, J ' Fish, R ioda Gillespie,' Rev Geo Green, H J Hess. Gottloeb , . Horlbnrt, D R Johnson & Moon Ketchisoo. Horace McCown, EL McElroy, David Mateney, W Mixer, Mrs Mary ' Nielsen,. Nela Phea is,' Jno Porter, Elder Gny (2) iugsdul, Samuel Rahna, Ed (2) Smith, Mrs Catherine The Lap wai Agency. ; Lewiston Teller. ' The Nez Perce Indian ' commission bave been at work all week, at Lapwai, . 'where a grand conference of tbe tnbe is being held to make a treaty for their lands. ' Tbe government is represented by the members of the commission, . Robert Schleicher of this city, being 'chairman, and Cyrus Beede, of Iowa, and Jam.es Allen', of Washington city, being ' tbe other members. Tbe Indians are gathered in great numbers, and are corn- ins; in every aay. Probably six or seven "hundred are in attendance. 'They are " represented in the council by such noted . braves as James Reuben, Bob Moses, Archie Lawyer and others of tbe richest v and most influential. P. B. Whitman Is the interpreter for tbe members of tbe . tnbe. The council met first on Monday ' whan tbe government laid down a prop osition to the Indians to buy tbeir surplus lands. A lengtbly talk was .' made in which all tbe big Indians took , part. This closed the conference for the day. Tbey asked time to consider , whether or not they wanted to dispose of their lands. Since that time they have been holding conference, among them selves, considering tbe proposition to sell. From all that can be learned tbe matter is working properlv and an agree ment will be reached. Mr. Beede bas , himself expressed the opinion that it tbe matter can be adjusted with tbe Iodians tbe government will take action at once and open the reservation.1 He thinks that . it is tbe intention of tbe department to , close up tbe matter during the present administration. Union Kailway Bonded. - -. . r Union fjeous . J. W. Shelton, who built and owns the - Union railway, has bonded his property for 120,000 as It now exists, and an ad ditional sum of $5000 per mile for new road as fast as it is constructed. , Tbe bonds were floated in the east. This step was taken lor the purpose of extending J Spieler, Adolph ' Tarn bow, Mrs Elzora Tobin, Henrietta Watson, Cbia Wattle, Mrs Fred Whitbeok, Robert White, James Wilsoa, Mr . Wilson, Mrs Susan A Wbyte, K Jane . Woodcock, Wm M. T. Nolan, P. M. Seal Estate Transfers. Dec 10 W K Cantrell and wife to An drew O Anderson; ej of nw sec 23 tp 4 a r 13 east; $60. Deo 10 S V Mason, administrator of the estate of John Mason to John T Mason; nwj sec 12 tp 10 a, r 14 east; $230. Dec 10 L J Klinger and wife to J H Sherar; sej sec 32, tp 1 n, r 14 east; $650 Dec 10 Frank Huott and wife to Joseph Sherar; ne see 32, tp 1 s, r 14.. east; $400. Deo 10 L V Wilson and wife to S B and J H Johnston; si of se, ne of se and se of ne sec 22, tp 1 a, r 13 east; $1. Deo 10 B S Huntington, assignee, to J H Johnston et al; sj of se, ne of se and se of ne sec 22, tp 1 s, r 13 east; $2185. Deo 10 Frank Huott and wife to Joseph Snerar, nj of nw and iwj of nw sec 32, tp 1 n, r 14 east; $500. ' Bo Withdrawal , v . The following answer to the telegram sent to the Oregon delegation in reference to the locks was received yesterday: Warhinoton, D. a, Deo. 10, 1892. RoU. May, Mayor, The Vaila, Ore.: Have just seen the chief engineer, and he knowa nothing about the withdrawal of bid. . Day has been here, and ia much pleased to get the oontract. Taooma bid. dera bave been trying to seenre tbe con tract. If there ia anything in ramor it is arrangement between bidders. If Day & Co. fail tbe contract will be Jet to the next lowest bidder and will not again be adver tued. J.N. Dolph. Came in the lortiea. Salens Statesman. Irving E. Hosford, who died at his home in Polk county on December 2d, was one of the rapidly diminishing number of Oregon pioneers. He was born in New , York, August 6, 1820, and crossed the plains in company with his brother Channcey, now of Mt. Tabor, in 1S45. Entering Oregon at that early date he shared with the early pioneers tbe days of boiled wheat and pota toes for about two years. In 1847, in com pany with five others, he made the journey overland to California over an almost un known ' wilderness infested witb savages. The party was attacked by them in the Rogue riyer country and each man was painfully wonnded, bnt not one of them died from his injuries, so that they arrived in California in time to assist General Fre mont in raising the American flag and tak ing possession of the golden state in the name of the United States. He afterwards participated in tbe battle of Bloody island, in tbe American river, and was in the vicinity of Suter's mill when Marshall made the discovery of gold in the tail-race. After this discovery, Mr. Hostord went to mining, and ia two years cleaned np $16, 000 and returned to Oregon, where he settled on the west side of tbe Willamette river some two miles below Salem. Here be took np a donation land claim, whioh is -now known as the Wallace estate. TELEGBAPHIO HEWS. A Mormon Colon) In Mexico. El Paso, -Tex., Dec. 12 Edward Stevenson . and F. Macdonald, . Mormon elders ' from Utah, will leave here for Mexico with 100 men to establish a Mor mon colony on 600 acres of land near Santa Rosalia and 100 miles from Chih uahua city. Tbe land was granted to tbem by tbe Mexican government. ' Blaine March Improved. Washington, Dec. 12 Mrs. Blaine said to nlgbt that Mr. Blaine waa very much improved over last night. The re- cent relapse in Mr. Blaine's condition was brought on by taking a ride through, tbe city. He caugbt cold and was compelled to take to bis bed again, where he bas been ever since. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Omci at The Dallxr, Ob. Nov. s, 1892. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named settler has Hied notice of his intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, and that said proof will be made before tbe Register and Receiver of thj U. 8. Land Office at The Dalles, Or., on December 28, 1892, viz: JAMES WALSH, Bd. App. No. 2060, for tbe SWbi, Sec 34, Tp 1 N, I R 14 IS, W M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: E. P. Sharp, H. S Hannah. J. L. Hannah. H. J. Adams, all of The Dalles, Or. nv!2 , JOHN W. LEWIS, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Optics at Tun Dallas, Obbooh, Nov. 1, 1892. Notice is herebv riven that the following-named settler h is filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and tLai said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver of the U. S. land office at The Dalles, Or., on Decemner 12, 1892, viz: ' FRED CHANDLER, Hd. App No. 8842 for tbe W 8W4, SE HWtf, and SWJ4 ot Sec 13, Tp 4 S, R 12 E, W M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: H. Chrisman. A. C. Sanford, The Dalles, Or.; O. W. (stout, si. Pratt, Wamic Or. nvl2 JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Thi Dallss, Obksor, Nov. 9. 1892. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with tbe provisions of the act of congress of Ju 3, 1878, en titled '-An act for tbe sale of timber lands in tbe states of California. Oregon. Nevada and Washington Territory, Htildah McCoy, of Portland, county of Multnomah, state . of Oregon has this day filed m this office her sworn statement, No., for the purchase of the W hf SW qr, Sec 14, and NE qr SE qr. and 8E qr NE qr, of Sec 15, in Tp 6 8, R 10 E. and will onV.r proof co how that the land sought is more vaiuanie lor us umoer or stone tnan lor agri cultural purposes, and to establish ber claim to said land b (ore the register and receiver of this office at The Dalies, Oregon, on tbe 1st day of .February, VMS. Oregon, Hampton Kelly, W M Ridgeway, Isaac E Rice, of Wapinitra. Oregon. : Any and aU persons claiming adversely tbe above- des nbed lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 1st day of February,189S. , juu.i w law la, uegister. 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Mat viU not Hp, flns Mir, seamless, smooth inside, flexible, mors com. rortable.styiisn ana aunnie tnan any otnernoeev tola at in. pri from 4 to fe. g js and 83 ITand-aewed, flnecalf shoes. The most styllab, easy and durable shoe, ever sold at the price. Tbey equal cue Imported shoes costing rrom as to arc. 04 CQFollce Shoe, worn by farmer, and aU BOt others who want a good heavy calf, three soiea, extension eage snoe, easy to waut in, aua wu ae CMAS. H. D0DD & CO. Front, First and Tine Sts., Portland, Or. WHOLE8ALE DEALER8 IN JHARD- WARE, -LL IRON, i i i STEEL ii i .AND. B-saatn tVisa avat. rlrv n nii wnrm CO 80 Fine Calf, 84.33 and U1.00 WrU Ba,, tnarmAnj8hoeawillsrfve more waarfor the money than any other make. They are made for ser. vice. Tba increasing sales show that worrlngmwi hav. found thlaout. nMU0f j.uu ana rooms' i 1.7.5 rwnooi Buwo Ishoea ara worn by the Do; whfirw ThAmoatservirwableahoeaaoldattj 83.1)0 H&ad-aewad. M-2.30. LdUICD 84.00 and 81.75 8boes for IIis.es are made of the best Dongola or fine Calf, as eaired. They arevery stylish, comfortable and dura fcle. TbeaoOshoaeqnalacustommadeaboesoostlnB; fromtM-OOtoa&M. Ladles who wish to economise la their footwear are finding this out. Caatien. W.L. Douglas' name and the price is Stamped on the bottom of each shoe; look for It when you buy. Bewareof dealersattemptlngtosub. stltute other makes for tbem. 6uch substitutions are fraudulent and subject to prosecution by law ror oo ftnfnlntr mnnnr nnder falae Dratenoea. VV. lZ DO jGJUAS, lirscktan, Slaas. Sold hf J. FRE1MAN, AGENT. THE DALLES mmimm i in in r-n OMAHA. KANSAS CITY J T. PAUL, Chicago. St. Louis. ASD ALL FOOTS EAST. NORTH and SOUTH. d his Opportunity! BOITT MIm lulieader Tu maioritr nerlect their tv portnnitlas, and from that cun lire hi porerty and obscurity 1 Harrowing da-pair la tba lot of many, aa they ICS look back on lost, forever loit. oaDortunitT. X.lle la mi InfflKoacDonl. e tip ana aoing. ira prove yoar oppona oitv. and secure Drosperity, prominence, peace. It was said by a philosopher, that "tbe oddese of Fortune offers ajroldcam opportunity to each person at some rlod of life; Leave The Bailee.. ( 8 0 A.M. -1 15 P.M. so and she deoarts. merer to return." How shall too find the coldest opportunity? Investigate every chance that anneara worthv. and of fair nromise: that is what all sno- cetfalmendo. Herelsanopportnnity,snchasisnotoftem witDin taereaco oi laDormfr penpie. nopruvea, it win give, at least, a frrand start in life. The oolok.t opportunity for many ia here. Money to be made rapidly and honorably tiwaifiwlnflnatritTiennnnof either sex. All atrea. Yon cmm do the work and live at home, wherever ren are. Even be- arinneraare easily eamfnr from Ktois per any. x ra can do as well if yon will work, not too hard, sot ludnstii 1 4 06 P. M. Arrive at TbeDalles J U 66 P. M. PULLMAN SLEEPER , COLONI S SLEEPERS, RECLINI G CHAIR CARS and DINERS onsly; and yon can increase your in en me as yon eoon. Yea can ive spare umeoosy, orsii ytmrumeioineworK. .asy te learn. Capital not rairolred. We start yon. All is com paratively sow and really wonderful. W instruct and show yon how, fVcw Failure unknown among onr work er jio room is ex p. em Dera. v rue ana leam au rree. byremrnninil. Unwise to delay. Address at oneo. II U&Uett & Co.. ttox SvO. Portland. Malncb Steamers from Portland to San Francisco Eyibt Foes DATS. T ckets to and from Europe. For rates and (renrral information call on E. E. LViLt, Depot Ticket Agent, lae Danes, uregon. W. H. HURLBURT, Asst. Gen. Pass. Art., 254 Washington Hk, Portland. Or WE TELL YOU nothing new when we state that it pays to eni in a Derma neat, most healthy and nleaaant t ness, that returns a profit for every day's work. Such is the business we offer the working class. We teach tbem how to make money rapidly, and Sarantee every one who follows our instructions thfully the making of S300.00 a month. Every one who takes bold now and works will surely and speedily increase tbeir earnings; there can be no question about it; others now at work are doing it, and you, reader, can do the same. This is the best paying business that you have ever had tbe chance to secure. Yon will make a WORLD'S FAIE rrave mistake if you fail to gfre it a trial at once. If you grajtp the situation, and act quickly, you will directly And yourself In a most prosperous G. R. FIOWEBDAY, . lies COURT STREET. 1 18 PREPARED 40 TAKE Photographs in the Highest Style of the Art. . GROUPS ovll AND CHILDREN A SPECIALTY. PRICES REASONABLE. W.T.WISEMAN Successor to J. H. McDonoogh ft C - DEALKB lH itts r s il ii a we wines, Liflw AND CIGARS. JSndiah Poet Insane. London, Dec. 13 The poet William Watson, who was recently granted 200 from the royal bounty tnnd for writing tbe best ode on TenDTSOD, and bas evea been urged for the lanreatahip, bas be come violently insane,; ana bas been placed in an asylum by a a" order of tbe court at .Windsor. - .. . . JOHN W. LEWIS, Register. Notice of Final Settlement None bat the brat brands of Liqnora and Cigars on sale. Temperance drinks of all kinds . (Joiner of Uourt and Second streets, . TBE DALLES, OREGON. The total vote of the state of New York is 25,000 short of tbe vote four yeara ago, instead of 75.000 larger, as waa confidently expected. While Cleveland gained nearly 18,000, Harrison lost more than 42,000. While admitting the apathy in the Repub lican ranks, tbe New York Etaung Pott cannot understand why Cleveland should have received leas ' yotes outside '' of New York city and Brooklyn in 1892 than in 1S88, and attribute this fact to "the one rational explanation that he waa 'knifed' by Hill men." Figures from Albany and Cbe mnng counties, where Hill waa most influen tial, go to prove this view of the case. ' I Children Burned to Death. York, S. D., Dec. 12 During tbe ab sence of the parents, some paper took fire in tbe home of O. R Albertson, and two children were suffocated. Mrs. Al berisoc is now a raving maniac. Every day the secretary of state receives a pile of letters from all directions relating to figures from the election, says the Salem Statesman. . And of coarse all he can do is to file the reqoest,. awaiting the supreme court's disposal of the mandamus. . The proceedings at law tied the returns np aa completely as if tbey were sealed with the seal of doom. ' The official canvass of the vote of no county has yet been made, and none will be until tbe litigation ia at end. Nothing is to be accomplished by counting the vote of the counties not involved in the auit and therefore 4beir -official canvass will not be made until the entire vote . of tbe state can be canvassed. Among those who are most anxious for official, unofficial. or any kind of returns are those newspapers which have conducted guessing contests on the election, taking as a basis tbe popular plurality or the popular vote. Then come the almanac makers and the statistical fel lows and national and state committeemen. "VJOTICE is hereby (riven that the undersigned, aanunismtor oi tne estate ot w. v. Tarlton, deceased, nas med his anal account an such adminis trator and the time tor hearing; the same and any ob jection tbere may he thereto, has been set by Hon. O. C. Biakeley, judge of the county oourt of the state of uregon for Wsseo county, for Wednesday, the 4th day of January, 1893. at the hour of 0 o'clock a. m., at the oounty court room in tbe court nouse oi said wasco county, AU news, creditors and other persons Interested in said estate are hereby required to appear and present their objec tions to said aocount, if any tbey bave, on or before said a Dove named date. hikmkt u. Koorsa, Dalles City, Or., Deo, , 1892. - Administrator. HENRY L.KUCK, Manufacturer ot and dealer in Harness and Saddlery, Executor's Notice. Second St., r THE DALLES, r Moody's Warehouse, OREGON NOTICE is hereby riven that I have been ap pointed by tbe Honorable County Court of Wasco county, Oreiron, at the October term thereof. A. D. 1892, sole executor of the last will and testa ment of W. McD. Lewis, late of said county ana state. All persons haviuir claims againgt the said es tate are n quired to present them to me. properly verified, within six months from tbe date ot tbe first publication of this notice. Such claims to be pre sented at Tne Dalles National Bai-k, in Tbe Dalles, uregon. r. suuur, ; - oct29 Bole Executor of said estate. i. A Work lsfaetloai Unstraateed tn Give Sat- COUHTI TREASURER'S MICE MONEY; 10 LOAN. We have an unlimited amount of money to loan on approved farm security. . Thornbtjby & Hudson,. The Dalles, Or. octS ' AH couLty warrants registered prior to A I i i oork ii 1 .-J r i . aprii i, loo?, win ue pam u presented hi i - . my otEie, corner Third and Washington I ATlnT'A'W VfilPTnP streets. Interest ceases on and after niiUi " 1 P1CLA U p this date. The Dalles, Oct. 31. 1892. WILLIAM M1CHELL, . Treasurer Wasco County, Oregon Baker Democrat: The two yonng men, Howard and Fowler, confined in jail on a charge of, cattle stealing, have made them selves state's ' witnesses, and are furnishing mnch damaging evidence against portions, some of them quite prominent, who have been engaged in altering brands. ' Yester day six ealves and three colts were brought in. from the Ollie Eobinson ranch, where tbey bad been lelt bv aome one, and are now confined in the yard at tbe Laidy stables, awaiting the owners' identification. To-ay Howard and Fowler will go out on caohed" with brands altered and the ani mals will be brought in. ' Besides this tbere are other evidences that will probably oaase an uneasiness on the part of several persons who bave had things pretty smooth for some time past. ' THE GRANT HOTEL GRANT, OREGON. KENNEDY, PE0FK. HOUSE MOVER. The Dalles. BOOK 1. BOOK 2. BOOK 3. BOOK 4. UEAD THIS. "Review of Our Country," by Hon. James U. Ulaine. "New Life of Columbus," by J. W. Buel. . ... "Complete History of America," from tbe landing of Columbus to the present time, by Frof. John taark Kidpath. "Pictorial History . of the Co lumbian Exposition," by Hon. Benj. Butterwortb. business, at which you can surely make and save large sums of money. Tbe results of only a few hours work will often equal a week's wages. Whether vou are old or young, man, or woman, it makes no difference, do as we tell you, and suc cess will meet vou at the very start. Neither experience or capital necessary. Those who work for us are rewarded. Why not write to-day for full particulars, free ? E. C. ALLEN CO., ms xto. au, AUfusia, me. The above four great works by four great authors, every line of which is only Just written, have been do una up into one massive volume oi nearly , 900 PAGES and 500 ILLUSTRATIONS, Under the Title of fl 1 1 I fl 1 1 ' V iTuKjTRieiTy First CLAaa FA R M M AC H I W E RY. Bole Agents for Oregon, Washington and Northern Idaho for the i BUCKEYE- REAPER AND MOWER, These Machines are too well known to need comment. Thousands of Farmers hava aaad them and apeak of them with praise. They are the only Harvesting Machines that will give entire satisfaction to the pat-chaser. t MILLER'S NEW MODEL VIBRATING THRESHER, PHCENIX STRAW BURNER ENGINE, The most Effective and Successful Combination for Threshing and Cleaning Grain ever Constructed. 4 BUCKEYE STEEL FRAME TWINE-BINDERS. . " . The features that distinguish this Twine-Binder is the Lightness of Draft, combined with Its . Extraordinary Strength and Durability. TheBtnderlsof tbe Appleby pattern, the only really successful one yet known. We bave two styles, the Elevator Binder and the Platform Binder both excellent both recommended by hundreds of patrons. 'iJJkfi:J'in i'.'bi ia' '--Tii a Sun luiaur1 Bohnttler Farm "Wagons, Deers Plows Deere Sulky Flows, Cook ft Co.'s Car. rlages, Fhmtons and Top Buggies, Tour. Spring Mountain Wagons, Buck boar da, Superior Drills and Seeders, Corbin Diss Harrows. Hodges-Haines He ad a raj Haish Barbed Wire. SEND FOE CIECULABS. WILLIAM : MICHELL, ''.Uii'lertaker ziiid linlii,lmei , Has always on hand a new and complete line of CJndertaking Goods. Partio ular attention given to embalming and talcing care of the dead. PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER. , ( . 8ootbwert Corner of Third and Washington Streets, THE DALLES, OR NEPTUNE SHAVING PARLORS AND BATH ROODS' HO ;Front Htrert, Tne llailea, regoa. KTiAZRR, fc WYNDHAM, Proprietors. RHZORS FOR SHLE RT $1.50 UP. and The greatest subscript' a book ever published in this country aau oi wmcn A MILLION COPIES Will be sold doriiur the next six months. i larsast, Vastest aaa Piaast la tlra Wests. iev tobkTToiidonderrv AI10 susaow, Brery Baturday, NSW YOBK. GI BR ALTER and HAFLXS, At regular tnverwmim. ttionr frcniiD-CLASS AND STEERAIE in. an lnMt terms to and from the Drtnclpla KOfllOL AVSIitlS. IIIBH A ILL OOOTWlHTaL PQST8. bearakm tiekata a-rmilable to ratara by aitaar tbs pi tcraMM dTd Mt Hortat ot Iraland or Maolaa a Olbralatt DraOs sad Kawy (Man JBr air asusit at iswssi aiHS. Apply to any of onr looal Aaants or (a , HEITOKBSON BBOTHJiltS, Chieago, JU. AGENTS WANTED Apply to T. A. HUDSON General Agent. The Dalles, Or. Jaa-trZ AOrllTC Wanted all over this state. Better MULI1 1 U terms thn ever. We guarantee to the right parties S50 a week profit fr m now on to Christmas, and a first class Ri'UND-TKIP TICKET to tbe WOKLI.'S FA1K and one week's admission to the Exposition absolutely free. Also other rain able premiums. We ha.re p enty of capital at oar I commana ana ran anu wm oo exactly wnat ve say. Bend at once for special circulars and further par- acuiars to tne DOMINION PUBLISHING CO., Heattle. "Wa.Blilriirtori Sample : Rooms , 458 KEONT X (Nearly opposite Umatilla House.) CHARLIE FRANK, FROF. FOR. WHIPS Pk 25c 50c OH -RBONE IS yKATHKKBONE Is made rross OfrrT.T.S. naturtil own toughest material, best whips mads for tne price, vneap, lwraoie, ai.i. htilks, au prices, ask four dealer for a . PPITUPPRftlR OB gat "hi Ex luaiuuiuivsu HENRY KUCK, The Dalles. Or. STDBLING & WILLIAMS, PROPS. V ' Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. All brands of Imported Liquors, Ala and Porter, .' and genuine Key West Cigars, - A full line of CALIFORNIA : WINES : .AND : BRANDIES. COLUMBIA BREWERY BEER ON DRAUGHT. ' ' SO Second Street, THE DALLES, OR. The One Price Cash House, COR. SECOND AND COURT STSL, J. P. IcINEMY, -IJEALEIl IN- -DEALEB IN- The Best Wines, . t: r: If J n u , Tl ITlfU 10, V U I Wl ailU DMD, MORO and GRANT, OREGON. A. MciN tosh, Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c. COLUMBIA BBEWEhT BEER ON 1 DEAUGHT. Ageot for the Bottenok Patterns; also for tbe Hall Baaaar Dress Forms. FEESH CIDER! FINE ASSORTMENT OP Candies and Nuts ! And tbe best brands ot CIGARS : AND : TOBACCO, Can be found at my store in the Skibbee baildinff in tne aet fc.no. MAGGIE BLEMMER, PROFR, THE DALLES, OREGON. "IT7ILL ALWAYS HATE ON SALE at the sbove TV towns tne eboloest Beef, Mutton and Fork. Saa .-RaaeiscoSeer. lall A1m pay the highest maraet price for Butter and j awls SKTBBE HOTEL F. W. L. SKIBBE, Prop. SECOND STREET, BETWEEN UNION AND COURT ilEJXIiE, PROPRIETOR. -KEEPS ON DRAUGHT- The Only Brick Hotel COLUMBIA BREWERY BEER, -AND FOR BALE- IN THE CITY FASHIONABLE MliLINERY! AT- Mrs. De Lyle's Emporinni, 114 SECOND STREET. J. ' B. Address: Lock Box 181. Tbe table is provided with tbe beat In tbe market. ' Transient travelers ( will be accommo dated with tbe beat meals furnished by any hotel in town. . . . oct22 ' G. XOWAK. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. JAS. FERGUSON, General Expressman ! Goods hauled with the fjarta of the city on short notice. Plana and sjeciPcatiriDs tor bunding for- niabed.. Will do. all Jtinda of excayaUnj? nd Itrading. - -- All orders should be left at postoffice. - novl :;V: Lost trajed or vStoleD.. FIOH the premises of tbe subscriber, residing oo Trsh ridtre. a white Marlinr heifer, no ma.-k. but branded HI dimly. A reward of S6 will be given to any one delivering the heifer to me at or place UMHX MiiiLGKN. K FULL HSSORTMENT or iviRTTUise a HATS, BONNETS AND TRIMMINGS MRS. A. SCHOOLING, Manager. BEST DOLLAR A DAY HODSE In the North west. This builaiuar has been refitted since the fire of September 2d, and the rooms art flret-claai in everr particular. Tbe table la suoulied with the best the market affords. The oar ii. connection with the hotel minnliM wim ine mnen eraoe or wines. Liquors awl Im ported and Domestic Cigars. Jan89 i COAL! GOAL! , THE BEST Wellington, Eock Springs, and Koslyn Coal $12, sacked and delivered to any part oi toe city. ALL KINDS OF BOTTLED BEER. Best Imported Wines. Liquors and Cigars '; CARLISLE WHISKEY, The Perfection of Hand -made Sour Mash Bourbon. f I JAM PURE AND MATURED. INVALUABLE TO THE DOCTOR, THE INVALID, AND THE GOOD LIVER. ,al Sherwood Saa Francisco, & SHERWOOD, Distributing Agents. . 212 Market St. Portland, .24 N. Front St. . - Jlf MaaHtt'o WotiAhnnan fgW YORK CORRESPONDENCE ill 1I1UUUJ 0 Ua0UUUk)D. mm P. WIIXIG, Merchant Tailor, FOR HOME STUDY 243 BROADWAY N. 1NTRQDUCI0KY LECTURE w Denny, Rice & Go. Wool & Commission Merchants 610 Atlantic Ave., Boston. EVCaah aanaoas mads on oonslirnotena. Has removed from bis old stand to jo. 04, Second Htreet, A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED j In everr instance. 7IEIV DISGOVEnY tyAOOIDENT solution a part wr.n Kvl'lfntlr anliliHl on lh h.n and on waaiiiDg-alurward H was diMvurvd that ihn hatr was com Id compounding r i Ready-made Suits oo sale cheap, tailoring line warranted first-class. All work in tbe Ily nletelv removed. We at once out lota wooderful nmunilnfi .... market and sorreat baa been tbe demand that we are now Introducing It tbrougbout the world under tbe name of iiuecn's Axiti-liairina IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND SO SIMPLE ANY CHILD CAN USE IT. lavth. hair over and apply tbe mixture for a few mlnntM m.mA .k. hair disappears as If by magic without tbe sllgbtest pain or Injury worn applied or ever afterward. It launlike any other preparation ever used for a like purpose. Thousands of LAD Irs who bave been annoyed witb natron tbeir FACE. NKCK and AKMS attest lu merits. OENTLEKEN who do not appreciatea brard or balr no tbeir neck, find a priceless boos la Queen's Antt-Halrlnvwblch does away ' with shaving-, by renderlDK lu future (rowtn aa alter Impossibility. Ine tl- per bottle, sent In safety mailing- noiea. postare paid by us (securely Bend money or stamps by letter with full add reea written plainly. Correa- contains. We Invite yon to deal with n and you wlU find everything as rvrmnented. Cot this out and sendto-day. Address QUCKN CHKMIOAC CO., 174 ftaoa Street, CINCINNATI, O. You eaa rcl'f r your letter at any Poet Office to Insure lu safe delivery. We will pay .0O for stay cstsa oriailureorsliKhtestlnJury teany parehavaer. .Kvery bottle Kuarmnteed. SPk-n!llhu)lsswhetatTe4ueeandeell among their mends 9$ Bottles of Qnesrrt AlrnBtalrfae, fLU IflL we will present witb a 8IXK EHBSSL if yard, beat (Ilk. Bxtra lamie BotUe and sasanlsS) efsalk to aalspt trass seat wlthetaer. Ooed "smmrt mt Oomnaiasloa to guass.