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ITS SIGNlGIC ANCE.
There is great significance in the
controversy provoked aiaoDg Catholics
by the address of AI$r. Satolli, the
delegate from the pope, whose au
' thority to speak as he did some have
. . attempted to discredit. The signifi
cance is that the leaven of modern
thought derived from the free institu
tions of America has got into the lamps
of old-world prejudice, of religious in
tolerance and narrowness, of misappre
hension and nncharity, and is creating
' a new. spirit of intelligent purpose.
There would be no disagreement be
V tween the heads of the Catholic church,
. the archbishops and bishops, says the
Chicago Inter Ocean, but that the
body of the church has felt the quick
ening of new ideas and become restive
under outgrown restraints. . - .
The educated Catholics of this coun
try are successful business men, law
, yers and physicians; are active in poli
tics, are factors in society; and while
they have lost none of their religious
devotion to their church they have
learned to temper that devotion with
- an intelligent appreciation of the moral,
' political and social being of this coun
try. It is an absurd waste of time for
' the priests to tell an American busi
ness man who happens to be a Catho
. lie that his children will be damned if
they -do not attend a parochial school,
' and will be doubly damned if they do
attend the public school " The think
ing citizen knows it to be as much his
. ; paternal duty to provide for the intel
lectual development of his boys and
girls as to look .out for their spiritual
- welfare. ' As he is . proud to be an
American citizen he takes . pride in
having hia children qualify to become
good American citizens, and ho per
ceives thadV the best way to produce
the- desired result is to have them
thoroughly acquainted with American
'institutions and educated in a way to
compete with their Protestant associ
a tea in business, professional or public
life. He is willing that the church
should follow its own ideas in the re
- ligious and spiritual instruction of his
children,' but he insists upon the privi
lege of choosing what he believes to
be the best medium for the intellectual
' benefit and equipment' of his children.
It is this self-assertion, coupled with
the indisputable fact that the free
' public school offers a thousandfold bet
ter educational advantages to the poor
. - than do private schools of any charac
ter or denomination,, that has done so
much in recent yeacs to correct old
false notions and compel the head of
the church to take a more liberal view
- of the Ctitholio needs and demands in
this country. Americans, Catholic or
non-Catholic, cannot be chained by
twelfth century errors, and will not re
main subservient to an authority that
insists upon the abrogation of secular
rights by ecclesiastical edicts.
. , Moreover it is a strange commentary
upon the spiritual control of the Cath
olio church that schools in which the
- mind is educated without regard to re
ligious sentiments are inimical to the
office of the clergy that is concerned
with the salvation of the soul. If the
home and the church together .cannot
create a moral balance to the influence
- of the schools in the mental develop-
. meni without prejudice to spiritual
, training, then the fault most lie some
where' between the home arid - the
ckurch, if it does not involve both,
We must, confess to some impatience
of such, criticism - as that from. Arch
- bishop Ryan, of Philadelphia, who ob
jects that the public schools do not go
far enough in the mission of. training
or calling out the power of the soul,
Does the learned archbishop forget
that the absence of religious benefits
in the public schools is the result of a
concession to the Catholics who de
manded the expulsion of the Bible
from these schools? Let - there be
common sense and no denominational
or creed sentiment in discussing an inr
stitntion that is as dear to and as well
fixed in the American heart as the
constitution itself. '
Tbe Christian festival was generally ob
served in tbe city by appropriate exercises,
and there were many family reunions aronnd
tne home fireside. Presents were numerous
with tbe little folks, and tbe poor were re
membered as well as the rich. ... . . .
At St. Paul's Episcopal ennreh there were
appropriate services commemorative of tbe
.' event, and the sermon by Key. E. X. Sut-
cliffe emphasized . the importance of 'the
birth of the Savior to the salvation of the
'-world.' - '-
. Tbe midnight mass, Christinas eve, at St.
reter Catholic church was largely at
' tended, and high mass was celebrated dar
ing the day and vespers in .the! evening.
, , &ev. A. jjronsgeest, m fata dircoarse, spoke
of the. joyous event commemorated -and its
significance to the world. ...... : .
ii-ev. W. U, Curtis preached a very able
. and tboughttul sermon in the morning - on
the birth of Jesus Christ and the new era in
religious life and experience which dawned
on that day. In the evening a Christmas
-' concert wss given by the children connected
,with the Sundsy school. ; Several appropri
ate songs were sung by the little folks, and
the choir rendered in an unexceptionable
manner one or more Chriatmaa anthems.
; Tbe exercises at the Methodist church
' were appropriate to. the occasion, and the
sermon by Rev, John Whisler was an able
' discourse on the natal day of the Savior of
'. the world, All the exercise were appro-
. prate to tbe occasion.
The Blookade SaiserL
Since Thursday afternoon The Dalles ex
.' perieneed the annoyances of -a snow blook
ade between toe city ana Portland, and no
communication was bad with any point west
of Hood River. ; Trains from the east bad
arrived daily, and several hundred, were
awaiting transportation. Friday ' morning
' 200 passengers left tne city on a train pre
ceded by the rotary snow plow. ; These
were blockaded near Bridal Veil no til Sos-
, day night about 10 o'clock, when the track
was , open to - Portland. $ .They procured
meals at Bridal Veil and Latourelle Palls,
and for lodgings did tbe best they could
- tinder the oirou Distances, ' The now plow
. fought its wT to Bridal Veil Friday, and
Saturday'encountered a'drift near that place
thirteen feet deep and several hundred
yards in length. In one of its encounters
some of the machinery hod heoome dam.
aged, and this took some time to repair.
There were reported to be twenty-one ly
comotives on the track between The Dalles
and Portland at the tiir.o of the blockade,
and one of these was attached to cattle
train bound for Troutdale. The live stock
were fed at Bridal Veil by the company un
til the track was cleared.
Mondiv about half-past i o'olock in the
afternoon two passenger trains arrived iu
the city from Portland, and there were
about 1000 passengers on board. . It is un
necessary to say that our citizens hailed the
arrival with delight, as every one appeared
anxious to hear from friends and to be in
formed regarding the outside world. There
were two carloads of mail, aud the foree at
the postoffice were kept busy assorting and
distributing letters and papers. .
This blockade ot three days was not as
disastrous as that of eight years ago; but
coming as it did during the Christmas tide,
when persons are anxious - to hear from
friends it created considerable disappoint
ment; bat the season is not so far advanced
but that the rigors of another blockade may
yet bo siiS-'rcd betore spring.
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Consumption, Cough and Colds, upon
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and have your money refunded. We
could not make this offer did we not
know that Dr. King's New Discovery
could be relied on. It never dissapoints.
Trial bottles free at Snipes & Kmersly's
drug store. Large size 60 cents and $1.
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i a CHIEF ENGINEER'S OFFICE,
; '. . COLUMBIA B'Y & NAV. CO., 5
The Dalles, Or.. Dec. 14, '02. 1
Sealed nronosals will be receive at this nfHy nn.
til December 28, 1892, for the construction of the
portage railroad of this company from Columbus to
tne western terminus opposite Urate s point), a dis
distance of twenty.two miles, Including grading,
bridging, tunnclwork, track laying and balls-ting.
Rock excatation and tunnel work to be commenced
by January 16th, 1893, and completed by the
ism uay oi Bay, i-wj, and all remaining work
to be- oomple'ed by July 15; 189S. Maps, profiles.
plans, apeancations and approximate estimate of
quantities can be obtained by application t- the
Chief Engineer, as also the blank forms for pio-
pvoMo. v.u wu aiMsr DaMlfuay, UCU. lft QO proposal
will be received unless written noon such blanks.
All payments will be made in eaah.
days from the date of each monthly estimate, such
monthly estimate to be made on or about the Hut
day of each month during which the work was done
or materials furnished. The right to reie. t any bid
is reserved. All applications or bids to be addrhssed
to Emery liver, Chief Engineer, French's bu-lding,
The Dalles, Oregon. . . daelsS
CODHTT TREASURER'S KOTICE
; All couLty warrants registered nrinr to
Apnl 1. 1889, will be oaid if nrauninl .t
my office, corner Third -and Washinaton
streets. - Interest ceases on - and after
Tbe Dalles, Oct. 31, 1892.
"Treasurer Wasco County, Oregon.
TH8HPS0H & f ARCHER,
' Near Mini baildmg, Second St.
HoreeiSlisM ztg; and - xt
Prices reasonable and to suit the times
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lasb Optics at Vakcci-veh. tFA.sa.,
-,- .., MOTUDBer .17, ISiK.
fix William L. Lea and all whom it may concern:
Untira la hrrebvelven that tho folloa-linr-named set
tlers have filed notice of their intention to make
final proofs in support of their claims, and that said
proots will ee onus tenore w.-n. cunimr, vwuuw
.in.r United status Circuit Ceurt. district of Wash
ington, at his office in Goldendale, Wash., on Jan.
10, 13V3, viz
. WENDEUN XETDL,-
Homestead Application Sd' 8280, for the WK of
HIM. 8F1 of NWJ, and NEJ of SWJ, Sec 19, Tp 3 N,
RUE. tt M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon ana cultivation oi saia
land, vu: George O. Lindsay, Angus Campbell,
Melville M. Warner, William Brtogefarmer, all of
Hartland postjmce, Washington.
Purchas e Application No. 243. under 8e S, Forfeit
ure Act, sep., who, ror lae toi sc,uu ni
of SEtf. 8e 12. To S If. Kit R WM. O
He names the following witnesses to prove his
claim to said land, viz: George G. Lindsay. Angus
Campbell, alelville Jl. Warner, William urrago-
fanuer, all of Hart land uoatolhoe, Washington-.
"GEORGE TJ. "LINDSAY,""
Purchase Application 'No. 200. under. Sec. S, Forfeit
ure Act, Sept. a. isau, lor tne ntst, sec n, i p a ci,
R IS E. W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
claim to said. land, viz: wendelln beioi, Angus
Campbell, Melville- M. Warner, Will-am Bridge
farmer, all orHarUandpostomce, Washington,
GABRIEL HAKDISON, r .
Purchase Anolicatiou No. 29. under Sec. S, Forfeit
ure Act, Sept. 29. 1890, for the 8EJ of SEj, Sec 21,
He names the following witnesses to prove his
claim to said land; vu: marvin n. cpian, joun
Kure. William Bndefarmer. Hartland postotnee.
Wash.; William-;Vaii Vactor Goldendale postolflce,
Wn.li. XrV-1 w - "
JOHN A. SPLAWN.
Purchase Anolication No. 30. nnder Sec. 3. Forfeit
uro Act, Sept. 29, 1890, for-thaNK of NW4, Se29,
TnSH.RUtWU. i .
He names the following witnesses to prove his
claim to said land, via.- John H. Ward, William A.
O. Msrkman, -Walter M.' Hardison, Hartland post-
omc3, naso.jniiam uarner, j.yie pusmuuiw, nwu
WILLIAM X: A. MAKOKMANN, .
Purchase Annlication No 49". under Sec. 3. Forfeit
ure Act. Sept. 29, 1890, for the NE, bee 33, Tp 3 N,
B13E, WM. . .
He nsmes the following witnesses to prove his
claim to said land, vis: John M. Hpiawn, John nure,
Gabriel Hardison, Hartlani postomec, vvasn.; .will
um van v actor, uoiaenaaie postomje, nusn.
nv26 -JOHN D. G80GHEGAN, Regi ter.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lasd Osficb at Vanooovkb, Wash.,
. . Dec 14. 1882.
Notice is hereby given that' the following-named
settlers have filed notice of their intention to make
final proof in -support of their claims, and that said
proof will be made before W. R. Dunbar, Commis
sioner ol United States Circuit Court for district of
Washington, at his office in Gcldendale, Wash., on.
WILLIAM N CRAWFORD,
Purchase Application No. 633, under Sec. S, Forfeit
ure act, sept, zsl law. lor tne saia Dec o, ip ia,
R 14 E. W M. . - . - . ' -
He names the'ToUdwing witnesses to prove his
claim to salo--tana, viz:. iMmiogos A. umaiaa.
Ignatius Romero, Henry -F. Brans,' Vomer T.
Cooke, all of The Dalles postoffice, Oregon.
DOMINGOS A. LEONARDO, 7; c "
Purchase Amplication No. S23. under See. 8. Forfeit
ure Act, Sept. 29, 1890, lor the N hf ef Sec S, Tp 8
a, K 14 B, r . .-- .--
- He names the -following ' witnesses to piove his
claim to said land, viz: Domlngss A. Leonardo, Ig
natius Romero, Henry F. Bruae, Vernon T. Cooke,
all of The Dalles postoffice, Oregon.
Purchase Application No. , under Sec. 3, Forfeit
ure Act, Sept. 29, 1890. for the W hf of Se qr, W hf
of NE qr, and NE qr of NE qr. Sec 1, Tp 2 N, R IS
a,wa. - -
She names the following witnesses to prove her
daim. to said land, viz: William N. Crawford, Do-
mingos A. Leonardo, Vernon T. Cooke, Peter
Agedius, all of The Dalles postotnee, Oregon.
dec2t . JOHN D. GEOGHEGAH, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
- Laud Officb at TARCorvsit, Wash.,
' Deals, 189Z.
- Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settlers bave filed notice of their intention to make
final proof in support of their claims. - and that
said nroofs will be made before W. R. Donhar, Com
missioner United States Circuit Court for district of
Washington, at his oftce in Goldendale, Wash., on
February 1, 1893, viz:
ION ACIO ROMERO,
Homestead Application No, 9050, for the SW qr.
Sec 1. To 8 N. K IS E. W M.
He names the following witne-ses to prove his
continuous residence upon ana cultivation ox aaia
land, viz:- Dominiros A Leonardo. Will run N. Craw
ford, William H Brnne, Vernon T. Cooke, all of The
Dalles postoffice, Oregon. ....
Purchase Annlication Ho.. 658. under Sec 3. Forfeit
ure Act, Sept. 2p, 1890, for the HW qr. Sec 1, Tp 2
M, B 13 B. W H. . '
He names the following witnesses .to prove his
claim to said landv. viz: Domingoi A. Leonardo,
William N. Crawford, William U JJrune, Vernon T.
Cooke, all of The D-tues postomec, uresop.
dec24 JOHN D. GEOGHEGAK, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lans Omcs at Vascouvsa. Wash.,
December 12. 1882.
To Robert Handerson and all whom it may concern:
Notice is ht rebv alien that tbe f ol owin?-named
settlers ha v filed notice of their intention to make
Anal proof in support of their claims, and that said
proofs will be made before W. R, Dunbar, commis
sioner United 8tates Circuit Court for District of
Washington, at his office In Goldendale, Wash., on
January 90, 1893. viz:
FRANCIS M. SPLAWN, . '
Purchase application No. S38 under Sec 3, Forfeit
ure act September 8, law. tor tne n nt ol na qr,
NEqrof bWqi.Shfof N W qr and W bf of NE qr,
Be names the following witnesses to prove bis
claim to aaia una, viz: wiimun van v actor, aieivuie
At. Warner. William r. unatneld, ol uol 'enaale
Postoffice, Wash., and William 0.,A, Marckmann,
oi rtartiana rosto tce, wasn.
CARL C. FRANZEK, '
Purchase application No. 9, under Sec. S, Forfeiture
Act sept, -a, low, tor tne a rr qr or n w qr ana a w
qrof SW qr, Sec 31, Tp 8 N, B 13 E, W M.
He names the' following witnesses to prove his
claim to said land, viz: Frauds M. Bplawn. William
Garner, Marion M Splawir and John Kure, all of
uartiana rostomoe, wasn.
dectl7 ' JOHN D. GEOGHEOAN. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. . ' .
xlaan Ofrci at Ths Dallbs, Oxumoh,
Nov. 9. ISSrt.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions of the act of eonimss of June 3, 1878. en
titled ' An act for the sale ot timber lands in the
states of California; Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory,' Buldah McCoy, of Portland, county of
Multnomah, state-.of Oregon, has this day filed m
this office her sworn statement, No., for the
purchase bf the W hf SW qr, Sec 14, and NE qr BE
qr. and SE ar NE qr, of Sec 15. in Tp 6 8. R 10 E
and will offer proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable for its timber ur stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish her claim to said I
land before the register and receiver of this office at I
xne vaues, oreeon, on tne 1st day of February,
Oregon, Hampton Kelly, W M Ridge way, Isaac E
xtice, oi wapinius. uregon. . .t.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office On or before said 1st day of February.1893.
JOBS W Um-Oegfiisjv. ..
NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION.
.- ' Laid Omcs at Ths Dauxs, Oas
' i . - December 8. 1892.
Notice Is berebv ariven that the fallosrhwr-nami
settler has filed notice of hia intention to make final
proof in support of his claim and that said proof
wui oe mans oeiore tne register ana receiver at The
juaiies, ur.,on aoooay, jail. 23, lata, via:
"v JOSEPH BARRTLL, " "
Homestead AppUcation Ne. 4615. for tbe El of NE.
ana oi or.. oi oec o, ip 9 a, a It &
He names the foilowinir witnesses to nrova hia
eenuonoua resiuence upon, ana cultivation of, saia
Tnomaa v. r-argner, uuiur, or.; u. t argher. Nan.
ne. ur.; unaries ravette. joaenn uanev. ainiraiev.
aeeig -,'OHH w. LEWIS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
'. ' . TJarrsD Statbs Lasd Omcs.
The Dalles, Or. Dec s, 1892.
Notice is hereby ariven thafr the foDowins- named
settler has filed notice of her intention to make
final proof in support of her claim, and that said
proas will be made before the register and receiver
of the U. 8. land office at The Dalies, Or., on Jan.
vjy law, via. f. , ,
- " jennie Waterman,
Homestead Application No. H07. for theSWerof
NWqr, andNWqr of SWqr, of See 27, Tp 1 tt, R "
HL,na... .i -..
She names the followinr' witnesses to nmva hr.r
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
H. Giloin. H. Kloe. N. McDonald. P. Garlaw. all
oi -ine Afaues, uregon-
aeciu JOHN w. lewis. Register.
NOTICE FOE. PUBLICATION.
i I Jstjtv Omcs at Yahcowss,' Wam., ;
Tlrfimhnr 14. lam
Notice is berebv siren that the following; named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of bis claim, and that said proof I
will be made before VV. B. Dunbar, Commissioner I
united Buwesurems uoon. metrics or waenuwton.
at his office in Goldendale, Wash- on January 23.
1893, viz: -
Purchase AppUcation No. . nnder See. 3. Forfeit
nre Act, Sept. 29, 1890 for the Nt of NW1 and Ml of
NEqr,Seol7, TpzN.R UE, WM. . - -
He names the following witnesses to prove his
claim to sad land, viz: Levi R. Hillearv. Vernon T.
Cook, William D, Gilmore, of The Dalles Postoffice,
or., and Manuel 8. Le .nardo. of Centerville. Wash.
decl7 JOHN D. UEoGHEGAN, Retrister..
Notice of Final Settlement
"VTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned,
X administrator of the estate of W. C. Tar! ton,
deceased, has filed his final account as such adminis
trator and the time for heariiw the same and anv nh.
jectione there may " e thereto, has bee set br Hon.
O. C. Blakeley, Judge of the county court of the
state of Oregon for Wasco county, for Wednecdav.
the 4th dav of January. 1893. at the hoar nf a
o'clock a. sa at the sonaty eearseouea in Ux eoart
house of said Wasoo oountv. All heirs, creditors
and ether persons Interested in 'said estate are
nsreoy requirea to apiiear and jn-esent. their obiee-.
tions to Said acoount. if anv thmv havn nn nr tuJnm
said above named date, Hassan C. Rooms, .
vanes uty, or., Dec, 6, 1S82. Administrator.
"DY tnntuaIconsent the co-partnership heretofore
-a-r ""s wwa b. u neca ana u
nnaer the firm um at . R n triMi, a, n u . iM.Mh
dissolved. D Chessman U1 be responsible for all
debts contracted by said firm sad ail money due the
same must be paid to him.
R C FLECK, .
t. he Danes, December IS, 1882. ,-
Commencing May 1, 1893
' The History Company, of San Francisco, Ca 1
(capital stock (600,000) the oldest and largest pnb
lishing house on the Pacific coast, this day announce
that they will giv, abtelutelufree, a ticket to the
World's Fair and return, including moats en routs
one .week (7 days), hctel accommodations, six admis
sion tickets to the Exposition grounds, two tickets
to leading I hicago theaters, and such other privi.
leges as may insure a pleasant trip to deservinu per
sons who comply with their requirements
Those desiring to. go to the World's Fair and who
could not otherwise do so, can adores us at once for
full particulars. - This offer does n-.t applvto per
sons of means who are in a position to meet the ex
pense of sueb a trip themselves, but to enterprising
and intelligent young men and women who can ap
preciate such an opportunity and make the mot of
it. . Teachers, clergymen, students, fanners' bright
Sons and daughters in fact any and all posseasing
energy, enterprise and character will be e igible.
THE CHASCE OF A MFE-T11I&
Every vounjr man or woman who desires to goto
Chicago and see the wonders or the greatest exhib
ition tho world has ever ki.own.sl-onld address us
at once. Such an opportunitb is rarely offered, and
the trip will be the event of a lifetime to those who
tea,. Address - ' -
the" history cqmpany,
Nor 723 MARKET 8T. S FRANCISCO CAL.
Free to all Brides !
VT OTICE is hereby given to a the readers of this
Jl paper and all their fri nds ann acquaintances
turoughout the United States and Canada that;jt
Will be Sent One Year as
To overy newly married couple wbose address and
10 ci-nts to pay J postage is sent to the publisher
within ono year from ibe date of their marriage.
Persons sending for this present are requested tu
end copy -of a paper containing a notice of their
marriage, or some other evtue-.ee that slial! amount
to a reasonable proof that they are entitled to the
magazine uncer tne aDore oner. Address,
THE HOUSEHOLD." Brattleboro, Vt.
FASHIONABLE MIUINERY !
j - at-
)k De Lyles Emporium,
114 SECOND STREET.
H FULL HSSORTWENT
OP BVKRTTH1HQ IS
HATS, BONNETS AND TRIMMINGS
MRS. A. SCHOOLING, Manager.
' Successor to i. H. UcDonongh & C. )
DEALEK IK . -
None but the best brands of Donors and
Cigars' on sale. Temperance drinks of all
kinds " Uorncr ot Uonrt and second streets,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
Sample : Rooms,
" 58 JfKOIVT ST.,
(Nearly "opposite Umatilla House.) -.
CHARLIE FRANK, FS0P.
The Best Wines, ;
Liquors and Cigars.
COLUMBIA BBEWEUT BEER OK DRAUGHT.
A! McINTO SH,
DEALER IN- '
HORO and GRAST, OREGON.
ITTILL ALWAYS HAVB ON SALE at the above
VV ..towns ths choicest Beef. Mutton and Fork.
Also pay the highest maiaet price for Butter and
L. P. OSTLUND
I wDI furnish drafts and estimates on til buiklin a I
. , . dweilings and stores.
Mr. Ostrand is a practical "mechanic and the plans
drafted by him will prove aniatio, cheap and;dura-
ui - 4 : 1- 1 . J t - ar
G. II FLOWEKDAY,
- I8 COURT STREET,
IS PREPARED TO TAKS
Photographs in the Highest Style of
AND CHILDREN A SPEC1ALTT.
PRICES REASONABLE. . . . .
i .-. ; ;'
Address; Lock Box 181.''
Goods hauled with the greatest care to
parts of the city on short notice. .
We have an unlimited amount
of money to loan on approved
farm security. .
Thornbtjky & Hudson, "
. . The Dalles, Or.
WANTJSD.. , ;
ADIEM who will do writing- for meat their
homes will make good wages. Bepl w th self-
addressed, stamped envelo
AUSS allLDRKD -titj.bp
aoShjind. i I
mm mm imm
General Expressman! n u a,LllJ
' ;'-- ' '.:.
i THE i
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Full Report of
and General News.
But is not owned
Always takes a
on all public questions,
m TRESSES ITS OPINION
SUBSCREPTI' N RATES:
.R YEAR ... . ........ .
fER MONTH, by carrier
.'ER WEEK, "
ILL KINDS OF
Fine Win es
DOMESTIC and KEY WEST CIGARS.
The Celebrated Pabst Beer.
171 Second Street,.
.We. keep 'the Largest and Best' Assorted Line
in the city, of Dry Goods and Notions, Gents'
Furnishing Goods and Clothing, Men's, Ladies'
and Children's Fine Shoes. ......
. Of course we -will put Prices to suit. . Always
do that. Nobody undersells us. ' Come around '
and investigate. ' . ' . '
A. M. WILLIAMS & CO.
. " .-'". 8oceksors.to Hrs.'.CE.Dunham, " '
Corner of Union and Second Streets, The Dalles, Oregon.
' 1 ' DEALEH8 TJT
Fine ToiTet 8oaps, Brnahes, Combs, Perfumery, Etcf JPure
: Lqoora for Medicinal Purpoaea.
Iliysiciaiis .; Prescriptions a Specia.lt y.
or controlled by any
or ring. .
. . 05
THE. DALLES, OREGON
Tour Dry Goods
Tt 18 A DTJTT yo m yornelf m fkn.
11 y to get the beat value for year mneauey.
Economize in your feet wear by
W. I,. Danirlas tiheee. which vepreeeet the
brwt walue fer price asked, aa tav
sKAkX KO STrBSTITtTB.
VV. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE CENfLErV,
IUE BEST 8HOE IN THE WORLD F08 THE MOfitfc
A senalne sewed shoe, that will not rip, fine
eaht. seamless, smooth Inside, flexible, more conk
fortable, stylish and durable than any other shoe ever
Iota st tne pn
snys and 03 Hand-sewed, flneeaUshoes. The
znost styliah, easy and durable shoes ever sold
at the price, they eual fine Imported shoes oostlne
from SB to $12.
qo SO Police Shoe, worn by farmers and all
nthera wha wiuifc & irood heaw calf, three
Eieo, extension ease anoe, easy to waut u, auu wui
)ep the feet dry and warm. .
tSO 50 Fine Calf, 'i.25 and U2.00 Work,
Jae Ingssen'a bhos wiuj
moner than anv other make.
vloe. The Increasing sales show that worlrjngmen
DausI Vi.OO ana Tenths' 81.73 School
UU 1 0 btaoee are worn by the boys
The most serviceable ahoee sold at t
LdUICo 9200 and S1.75 Shoes for
91 iiuM are mfldA of the best Do&ko1& or floe Calf, aa
eftlred. They are very ty lish, comfortablw and dnra
bla. The U)0 shoe equals custom madeahoea costing
from tU.OU to 6.ija Lad 138 who wUH toeoonoiaixa la
their footwear are finding this out.
n.airiAH. W.Ia.Douzlaa'nama and the Mice Is
tamped on the bottom of each shoe ; look for It
when you buy. B ware of deal ere at tempting to sub
etltute othr makes for them. Such substitutions are
fraudulent end suojecx to prosecution uy law tor od
lnintr rnnnPT uQuer missa DnjienuHB.
Am aUUfjrXaAa9 Arvcjat.vu iuui Duma lay
FREIMAN, AGENT. THE DALLES
UP MlitMl hla OiiMrtnnltv!
nan. Tourit ISceMlcr. Tb majority neplBctthftir op-
MrttmltiAav And Irot that eavnM lira in norartT ud dif
obieaiitTl Harrowing despair it ihlot of many, u tby
look back on lost, lorsverioat, opportunity, uiou
In V ! Beach oat. B up and dolor. I mproTO your opportu
nity, and Menr proipentr, prominence, smcil uwu aaia
by a philosopher, that Hh Goddess of Fortune offers
oldest on port unity to each person at some period of life;
embrace the chance, and she pour ent her riches ; fall to do
so and she departs. Merer to return." How shall yoa find
tbe flOLDXH opportonityT InTeitiKato every chance that
appears worthy, and or rarr promise ; tnat iswnatausTio- j
cessfnl meo do. Here Is an opportunity, such as is not often
within tharssachot laborintriteoDlssw ImoroTed. It wlllrlre.
at laaatv a rrand start in Ufa. The ttOLDEir ODDOrtnnltr for
many is here. Honey to oe made rapiaiy ana nooorabiy
by any Indnstrions person of either sex All ages. Yon can J
do the work and liwe at home, whereverTen are. Eren be- !
glnnere are etvily earning from &5 to StOper dny. Toa
can do as wellif yon will work, not too hard, bat tndnstrt
onsly; and yoo can increase your In coma as yon jro on. Yon
can give spsre time only, or all your time to the work. Easy
to learn. Capital not required. We start you. Alllseom
pnxativelT new and really wonderraL We Instruct and
show yon how, free Feflnra unknown among our work
ers, wo room tn expiam nere. n rue ana team an n-e.
by return nmll. Unwise to delay. Address at once, II,
UaUctt b Co.. Box Portland. MultMk
WE TELL YOU
Bothlns new when we state that it pots to enrage
in a permanent, most healthy and pleasant nasi.
ness, that returns a profit for every day's work
Sueb Is the business we offer tbe workina class,
We teach them how to make monev raoidir. and
guarantee every one who follows our Instructions
faithful? the making of S300.00 a month.
.very one who takes hold now aud works will
surely and speedilv increase their earnings; there
can De no Question aoout it; outers now at worn
are doing It, and you, reader, can do the same.
This is the best paving business that vou bave
ever had the chance to secure. You will make a
frave mistake if you fail to give it a triul at once,
f you grasp tlie situation, and act quickly, yon
will directlv And vourself in a most prosperous
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 you are old or young, man or woman, it
makes no difference, do as we tell you, and sue
cess will meet vou at the very start. Neither
experience or capital necessary. Those who work
lor us are rewaraea. w ny not write to-asy lor
tall particulars, tree .' is. t;. allkn sl d.,
. ZMia iv. avt Auguauaj me.
Fastest soul Ftaeet ia.tka WeriaV
.ONDONDERRT AID BLASaOW.
NSW TOBK. GIBBALTBB and NAP1-BS,
A l reiTuiar niwerrsiB.
S1LD0II. SFCQND-CU&S AND STEER ABE
MMi nn lovMt tApmai to avnd from tbe Drtncipto
SO0T0S.TOZaISl.ZSim A oobtzkikiai pozhts.
KXajarnan nomnm avsuiuie to return oy nmor wV .
tnfVsVTB. nivtia. A Hnpfcta of InlaUtd tp NaxaalsM A twlbraU'
Pnfli m4 Montr (Mm far Air aiaont i lew wtM.
Avoir to anv of onr local Asset or U
BBDVSSSON BBOTHKKS, ClUcaaje,
AGENTS WANTED Apply to T.
General Agent. The Dalles. Or. ,
PEATHEKBONE is made from QTJILL8.
natures own toogtmt material, best whips made tot
tbe price. Cheap. Durable. ALL ftTYLES. all
prices, ask your dealer for a ... PPITHRfiRfllR
J0, S-4VJ 33V
The Dalles, Or,
F. W. L. SKIBBE, Prop.
The Only Brick Hotel
IN THE CITY.
TE8T DOLLAR A DAT HOUSE In the North-
I l west. This builoma has been refitted since tne
are of September zd, ana tne rooms are nrst-ciaas
in every particular. Tbe table is supplied with the
Dest tne market anoras.
The oar In connection with the hotel is supplied
with the highest grade of Wines, Liquors and Im
wild wOenirpeK roue ok ninca. iuiquorsi m" ibi
ported and Domeetic Cigva. Jao3t)-w.
ported and Domestic Cigars. - Jan38-w
Wellington, Bock" Springs,
and Eoslyn Coal
$12, sacked and
delivered to any part ol
tbe city. .
I At Moody's Warehouse.
' Has removed from hia old stand to
IVo. 64, Hecond Htreet,
A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
In eTerj instance. .
Beadv-made Suits on sale ch-ap.
Ail work In the
tailoriur line warranted flriixlaas..
THE GRANT HuTEL
Tbe table is provided with tbe best in
Transient travelers will be accommo
dated with tbe beat meals f urnisbed bj
any botel In town. ocl23
v 1 , lie
I 1 1 t A!v
FOR WHIPS I
rW. ''-00 '"25
CM AS. H. D0DD & CO.
Front, First and Vine Ms., Portland, Or. '
WHOLESALE DEALERS IM - ,
HARD- &M?&&$ 'RQ
WARE, S&Ldg' STEEL
FA R M A1 AC H I JM E RY.
Solo AgenU for Oregon, Washington and Northern Idaho for the "
BUCKEYE - REAPER AND MOWER, k
These Machines are too well known to need comment Thousands of Farmers hare used
them and apeak of them with praise. They are the only Harvesting Machines
that will give entire satisfaction to the purchaser.
MILLER'S NEW MODEL VIBRATING THRESHER,
PHCENIX STRAW BURNER ENGINE,
The most Effective and Successful Combination for Threshing and Cleaning .
Grain ever Constructed.
-i BUCKEYE STEEL . FRAME TWINE- BINDERS, i-
The features that distinguish this Twine-Binder Is the Lightness of Draft, combine with Its
. Extraordinary Strength and Durability. The Binder is of the Appleby pattern, the only
really suocessful one yet known. We have two styles, the Elevator Binder and tho
Platform Binder both excellent both recomiasnded by hundreds of patrons.
TTii'lertiilfor aud Elmbalmer,
Has always on hand a new and complete
ular attention given to embalming and taking care of the dead.
IOW AS THE
PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER
I Southwest Corner of Third and Washington streets,
NEPTDNE SHAVING PARLORS AND BATH ROOMS
HO Front Mtreet,
FRAZRR & WYN
STUBLING & WILLIAMS, PROPS. .
FineiWines, Liquors and Cigars.
All brands of Imported
and genuine Key West
CALIFORNIA : WINES
86 Second street, miK lAlJ L1.
The One Price Cash House,
- v '. ' - .
' COR. SECOND AND COURT STS-, ..
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c.
-, J - '
Agent for the Bottenck Patterns; also lor the Hall Baxaar Ureas Forms.
las f laioisao Be er-'Ba
SECOND 8TREET, BETWEEN UNION AND COURT
. Ta.ct.ro ua vnMiuni
COLU M B I AB REWER Y BEER,
ALL KINDS OF
Best Imported Wines,
lh PerfectioA of Hand-made Sour Mash Bourbon.
PURE AND MATURED.
INVALUABLE ; TO
AND THE GOOD
& SHERWOOD, Distributing Agents,
. 2ia Market St. Portland, . 24 N. Front St,
In compoundine a solution a part mi i,ci'ileotly snilled 01
pieteiy removeo. v, e
with Hhavlng, by
L3, ' Jf
' V.-:' g
rA9?!3aee AnO-Halrlne tl. per bottle, sent In safety mailing boxes, postage paid by os (secun ly
sealed Irom observation). Bend money or stamps by letter with full address written plainly. Corres
pondence strictly confidential. This advertisement Is honest and straight forward In every word It
contains. We invite yon to deal with ns and yon will find everything as represented. Cut this out and
Bond to-day. Address QUEEN CHEMICAL CO., 174 Race Street, CINCINNATI, O. You can
retrister your letter at any Postoffice to Insure its safe delivery. We will pay er.00 for any case
of failure or slightest Injury to any pal-chaser. Every bottle cuarauteed.
S P Fill Sl To ladles who fntrodaee and sell among
..,.. we win premnt wltn a BII.K DBKBHL IS
of silk to select from seat with order.
Sohuttler Farm "Wagons, Deere Plows
Deere Bulky Plowa, Cook ft Oo.'e Car.
riagea, Phsatona and Top Buggies, Tour.
Spring Mountain Wagons, Buekboarda,
Superior Drills and Seeders, Corbln Diaa
Harrows, Hodges-Halnes He ad era,
Haiah Barbed vv iro.
SEND FCH CIECULAL2.
line of Undertaking Goods. Partic
THE DALLES. OR
The Dalle, Oresron.
OH A M, Pi opriptors.
ff ..."'If"....- '(1:1
LlniiniiiilirinrifSon VS.O?. "7
HT $1.50 RND UP.
Liquors, Ale and Porti r,
Cigars. ' A full line of
: .AND : BRANDIES.
BEER ON DRAUGHT. 4
Tin . ftillsl
Liquors and Cigars
"UK, s r.
mi OOOVERY byAOOIDENT
on tbe band
ir VL' MM ... ...I .
ana on waentng- ullerwjira it was discuvireu tbut tue hair was coin.
at once put I bis wonderful preparation, on tbe
marset ana so great nas neen tne aemana mat we are now Introduclns;
It throughout uie world under the name of Queen's Antl-Ualrine.
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND
SO SIMPLE ANY CHILD CAN USE IT.
Tv the hair over and apply the mixture for a few minutes, and the
hair disappears as if by magic w ithout tbe slightest pain or Injury wben
applied or ever afterward. II Isnnlike anyotber preparation ever used
fora like porpose. Thousands of LADIRH who have been annoyed
with hair on their FACK, ECK and A It MS attest lis merits.
GENTLEMEN who do not appreciates beard or bairontbeirnerk.
And a priceless boon In 4cueens Anti-Hairifie which does awsy
1W.. it, hilnM rnn th a ti ti 1 1 r ln rui 1 1 . 1 1 i I V
their friends S Bottles of Qneen anu-srainiia.
yards beat allK.
Extra Lars Bottle and sasaplee
Qood aalarx' or Commission le Agauta.