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SATURDAY.... NOVEMBER 2, 1895
ITEMS IN BRIEF.
From Wednesday's Daily.
Miss Grace Nish returned from Port
land last night.
Professor Garrison's poultry show is
a good one, and is attracting many
Brother Michell is traveling with a
cane owiner to the fact that a boil has
filed a location on his right knee
Mr. Ostlund is fixing up the Grant
. building on the corner of Washington
' and First, recently injured by fire.
The special rate to the exposition to
day caused quite a number to board
v the afternoon train for a visit to Port-
The trans-Mississippi congress meets
at Omaba Nov. 25. Oregon will be
: represented by Railroad Commissioner
' The old Oro Fino building is being
overhauled, repainted and papered and
one of our leading saloon men will
:. move his' stock and fixtures into it.
... Mrs. Burns and two daughters of
Petaluma. California, who have been
. visiting Mrs. John Bolton, at Kings-
4ey. for several months left for home
. - Wheat is up, and if the pressure con
' tinues will yet strike the half dollar
- mark. It is not likely though that
- : this will happen as The Dalles market
. is almost up to Portland prices
"7 . Billy Morton s team ran away yes-
- terday, and though it made an uphill
job of it running up Union street
' made very good time to Ninth. . There
in making a sudden turn Morton was
' thrown from the wagon landing in the
sand. No bones were broken, but it
.was nearly an hour before he regained
The people of the United States are
pretty hard drinkers. - They drink a
good deal of beer, more or less whis
key, a great deal of tea, but last year
they imported a total of $96,130,717
worth of coffee. There is but 'one
- article that is higher, and that is sugar.
We cannot raise coffee in this country,
but it is a shame to import a hundred
" million dollars' worth of sugar every
year. Salt Lake Tribune.
Professor Lucien M.- Chrystol is in
: the city, and is arranging to teach a
class in athletics for a 'month. The
professor teaches boxing, fencing,
wrestling, club-swinging etc., and
and comes with letters of recommenda
, tion from the athletic clubs of the
, cities where he has taught. This will
ben fine opportunity for our young
gentlemen to develop their muscles,
, and learn how to continue to do so.
The Walla Walla Union in speaking
of Mrs. Thompson's return to her
father in California on account of her
husband eloping with her sister, says:
"When she gets to her good old home
she won't have a cent, save two inno
cent children to remind her of that
foolish step she made when she mar
ried John Thompson." ,This is the
first intimation we ever .had that Bes
serer was Irish.
where a child showed spots on his
portrait which were visible on his face
a fortnight previous to an attack of
There are four prominent mutton
breeds of sheep, all of which may be
distinguished by black or dark faces
the Southdowns, Oxford Downs, Shrop
shire Downs and Hampshire Downs,
the "down" being now dropped from
all but the Southdown. The South-
downs is smaller in size than the
others, but is considered superior in
quality of flesh as well as hardness and
adaptability to scanty pasturage.
THE DDBRANT CASE.
An Extract From Barnes' Closlne;
meat to the Jury.
From Friday's Daily.
Hon. T. R. Coon of Hood River is in
P. McCormack, of Warm Springs,
is in the city.
Mrs. B. S. Huntington was a passen
ger on the Regulator this morning.
Ihe Regulator took down 500 sacks
of wheat this morning from Rockland.
Mr. John Lenz and Peter Mohr
came up from Hood River last night.
Mr. J. A. Speer, of the Simnasho In
dian school, is registered at the Umatilla.
. Hood River's A. O. U. W. lodge are
to have a regular blow-out Monday
Prosecuting Attorney Barnes in his
closing argument Wednesday among
other things said:
"The individual who perpetrated the
hideous murder, with which the de
fendant stands charged and which has
harrowed the soul and frozen the
blood of this community, is no ordi
nary criminal; and his crime in every
aspect in which it may be considered
is without a parallel. It was not com
mitted under a blind and furious im
pulse to revenge some real or fancied
wrong to his person, his property or
his character, nor from motives of
gain, nor in the commission of rob
bery, nor yet under the hot spur of
jealousy, that hell of the injured lover.
It was in every sense a cold-blooded,
vicious murder. It was without the
slightest provocation or apparent ex
cuse or palliation. The aasassin chose
for his victim an innocent and helpless
maiden, in years almost a child, al
most a stranger in our city, a simple
schoolgirl, temporarily residing with
a relative and engaged in the struggle
to obtain an education as a teacher in
the normal school. She was undevel
oped in mind, pure in life and thought,
morning and buried in the Idlewilde
Coroner Butts impaneled a jury
Tuesday evening and the following is
We, the jury empaneled by the cor
oner of Wasco county, Oregon, to in
quire into the cause of the death of
Karl Barkentin find that the name of
the deceased is Karl Barkentin; that
he is a native of Denmark, aged about
22 years, about 5 feet 10 inches high,
with light complexion and small, light
colored moustache. That the said
Hart mrkentin came to his death on
October 29, 1895, near Mosier, in this
county, while working with the steam
shovel of the O. R. & N. Co., by being
suffocated under a bank of sand near
which he was working, the said bank
of sand having caved and fallen on
him. And we further find that the
accident which caused the death of the
deceased was unavoidable.'
Dated at The Dalles, Oregon, this
29th day of October, 1895.
C W. Fouts,
F. N. Hill,
STEAD OH MONBOEI8M.
The regular monthly meeting of the
city council will be held next Monday
pure and. unsuspecting in nature, and
From Thursday's Daily. .
Mr. and Mrs. Cox, of Kingsley, are
in the city.
The Frank Bros. Implement Co., of
Portland, made an assignment yester
day.' . ' .
Two drunks and a vag faced the re
corder this morning long enough to
receive the usual prescription.
Mr! C. A. Graves and wife who have
' been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Moore
for several days, left fori their home in
Prineville this morning.
The steamers Bailey Gatzert and
Potter collided in a dense fog at an
early hour Wednesday morning, a
short distance below Kalama.
The Dalles has some very handsome
varieties of . chrysanthemums, not
counting the newspaper people, a-nd
ought to put up a mum show.
Misfortune seems to have a grudge
against Joe Berger. Last night an
other of his truck horses died. This
makes three he has lost in the last few
' Dr. . Ausplund was yesterday fined
$500 for shooting at Dr. Homes. He
paid half the sum into court, and was
given thirty days in which to pay the
State lecturer Brannan, of the A. O.
U. W., who has been looking after the
interests of the order in Mitchell,
Prineville and Antelope, arrived in
the city last night and left for Portland
this morning, well pleased with his trip.
The weather ordered by Mr. Pague
for tomorrow is fair and warmer. We
think there is going to be a chauge
though from the appearance of the
Western sky this afternoon, as well as
the feel of the atmosphere. . It -has a
kind of snowy intimation about it.
Mr. Hiram Palmer, of Crook county,
arrived from Portland last night and
left for Prineville this morning. A
short time ago his son-in-law died in
Portland, and Mr. Palmer went down
after hfa "ghtfl', wrif, nrir.n her four
children, he is taking home with him.
Mr. Z.'. P. Jones, more familiarly
known as "Zip" Jones, met with an ac
cident at .Taffe's yesterday evening
that came near resulting fatally. He
-was working on a bulkhead hauling
up timbers, when the board on which
he was standing, brokesand he fell on
the rocks below a distance of sixteen
feet. Fortunately no bones were
broken, but Mr. Jones' baok and side
are very badly bruised.
. Pease, the fellow who. tried to run
the diamond game here, and is now
out on bonds, having skipped, was ar
rested yesterday in Washington, and
will be taken to Portland tomorrow on
a charge of embezzlement. '
The sale of property by" the sheriff
on'accounf of delinquent taxes of 1894
will be held at the court house door
Monday morning at 10 o'clock. In the
plaintive language of the gentleman
from the headwaters of Hood River,
Oh Mary Ann, what shall wp do?
The Regulator carried a large num
ber of passengers this morning, most
of them young people bound for the
exposition. There are only five more
days, and the. last two will have in our
opinion the most attractive feature of
the whole affair, the chrysanthemum
Manchester photographer relates
that. he recently took a photograph of
a child who was Apparently in good
health and had a good clear skin. The
negative showed the face to be thickly
covered with an eruption. . Three days
afterward the child was covered with
spots due to prickly heat. The camera
had seen and photographed the erup
tion three days before it wag visible to
the naked eye. it is said that another
case of a similar kind ' is recorded,
The Excelsior club- will give their
first dance of the season at Keller's
hall Saturday evening.
The Columbia is down very near to
low water mark, and the Willamette is
a few degrees below zero. '
There is a big run of salmon in the
lower river, and in the Sandy the farm
ers are catching hundreds of them.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis, who had been
visiting friends here for several days,
returned to Portland this afternoon.
Mr. S. . La Franco one of Hood
River's most genial gentlemen was in
the city an hour today, coming and
going on the local.
James Sullivan, who at one time
kept a saloon at the Cascade Locks,
committed suicide in Albina yesterday
by taking morphine.
Douglas Dufur went below on the
early morning train, having settled up
his business affairs here, and will
make his home in Portland.
In the Olympia mountains west of
the Sound immense forest fires are
raging, and there is not a sheep or
sheep tender in the country. .
Mr. Pague has ordered up a supply
of weather for tomorrow out of the
same box he has been getting it from
for the past month. It will be "fair
Colvin, who sued the O. R. & N. for
$1000 for being put off a train near
Bonneville last summer, got judgment
yesterday in Judge McGinn's court at
Portland for $75.
Mr. Sam Parrish, for many years
chief of police at Portland, came up
from that city last night. Sam is one
of the best known men in the state,
and one of the best too.
Charles Adams went to Lyle this
morning, taking his horse and buggy
on the Regulator. From that point he
will drive to Glen wood,' and return by
way. of Goldendale.
But one. hobo faced the recorder this
morning, and in a few minutes he was
measured and fitted to a $5 job. - Mar
shal Blakeney introduced him to a
small bit of work at the water trough
on Laughlin street.
Fred D. Hill, real estate, fire insur
ance and shorthand, begs to inform the
public that he has moved his office
from the Bettingen building corner
Court and Second to the Vogt building,
over Moodys' bank, room 12.
September 22, Mrs. Morris gave birth
to twins at Blaenoven, Wales, Mr.
Morris, the father is a dwarf being
only thirty-five inches in height, and
Mrs. Morris is still smaller. The little
mother and the midgits are all doing
Charley Fair's gasoline yacht Lucero,
built on the Sound, started for San
Francisco a day or two ago. Yester
day she was picked up near the mouth
of the Columbia and towed into As
toria. For some reason her engines
just refused to work.
The new woman ' took part in the
exercises last night, and Attorney Rid
dell has cordwood enough this morning
to keep him warm all winter, with the
aid of that warm feeling that comes
over him when he thinks how atten
tive the young ladies were to him. He
received an aggregation of laugh over
the telephone' this morning on en
tering his office, but the supply of
wood compensated him for it.
Prosecuting Attorney Barnes closed
his argument in the Durrant case last
-night, and if the programme was car
ried out as intimated yesterday the
judge charged the jury this morning.
There seems to be a wide difference of
opinion as to what the verdict will be,
while there is but little difference as
to Durrant's guilt, many taking the
ground that the prosecution has not
made out its case. ' " " -
The Telegram's Opinion.
There are several prominent men in
this country whose future status in
political life will depend largely on
their success in campaigns in which
they are now engaged. One of these
is Colonel Campbell, the'' democratic
candidate for governor of Ohio. He
is making his fourth run for governor;
once he was elected and twice defeated.
Should he be elected in the present
campaign, he will inevitably, with one
bound reach the bead of the column of
aspirants for the Democratic presiden
tial nomination next year. Another
is Colonel ' Bradley, the Republican
candidate for governor of Kentucky.
There is something more than a
reasonable hope of his election.
Should he be able to carry his state,
he will become formidable as a candi
date for president, . and can certainly
be nominated for - vice-president in a
presenting in body none of the quali
ties which are supposed to arouse the
evil passions of the seducer and liber
tine. For the scene of his dreadful
assault the murderer selected an evan
gelical church dedicated to the wor
ship of God, a temple where the doc
trines and life of Jesus Christ were
taught and illustrated in Sabbath as
sembly, in midweek..: prayermeeting
and in social gathering. He took the
life of his victim, not with the savage
mercy of the quick pistol or the silent
knife, but he tortured her with the
lingering ' process of strangulation,
driving his cruel fingers deep into the
tender flesh of her slender throat; and
so fiercely did he do his devil's work
that the stigma of his crime remained
until the discovery of her corpse,
clearly discernible as the cause of
death, not only by the expert surgical
examiner, but by the most unlearned
observer. What other, if any, wrong
was done her before her soul exhaled
and went to heaven we do not know.
"The advancement of natural de
composition baffled investigation and
made knowledge impossible, but we
know that either living or dying, or
dead, she was taken by him up the
steep stairs of the steeple of the bel
fry of the church, where he supported
the poor body with blocks of wood,
and left it there to rot in nakedness
and wither in the cool western wind
that swept through the lofty spire. He
hid the remains where he believed
they would remain undiscovered and
receive no promise of Christian burial.
There he left her. She was dead, but
he fancied himself save from detection
and exposure. The heaven-pointing
spire of the Redeemer's church was
his only confidanand accomplice. No
human eye had witnessed his assault
upon Blanche Lamont. No ear had
heard her first shriek of terror and
amazement as this monster fell upon
her, or the last stifled moan of dying
agony that preceded the awful silence
of her final rest. None, save the God
whom he feared not, had seen him as
he extended the naked and slender
form on the belfry floor, laid the thin
arms across the undeveloped bosom,
propped the head and straightened the
nfeager body in the dust. Not a human
being had beheld Ills retreat from the
awful presence of the death which was
his work, and the secret was safely
locked in his own breast. There lay
the speechless and untestifying corpse,
and what was it now to give him fear?
It had been nothing but a girl after
all, and concerning her there would be
the same old story to which he could
help give currency the same old story
of a vanished girl, a distracted family,
an ineffective and perfunctory search
among the houses of ill-repute, a re
luctant conclusion that this little one,
like others of Eve's daughters, had
gone.to her moral destruction; a pic
ture turned to the wall, a name never
spoken and oblivion, personal and so
cial, for poor lost Blanche Lamont.
And he was right for the moment.
The . wrath of the God whose law he
had violated, and whose temple he had
desecrated, seemed to slumber, . The
murderer went his guilty way with his
undivulged crime, unscathed and un
whlpped of justice, while his victim
lay in the spire that points its slender
finger to the sky aa if reproaching, its
ruler for his unmoving indignation."
Edward E. George and wife to John
A. Smith; lots 19 and 20 town of Bel
Felix Maguire and wife to A. S. Ben
nett; lots G, H, I and J, block 29,
Dalles Military addition; $1000.
Jas. M. Smith and wife to A.. S. Ben
nett; blk 47, Military addition to
Dalles City; $500.
United States to Asa G. Stogsdill;
swi sec 29, tp 4 s, r 13 e; patent.
C. J. Stubling and wife to John
Fredericksen; lots K and L, block 46,
Military addition to Dalles City; $200.
United States to Mattie A. Oiler;
lots 8 and 9, sec 25, tp 3 n, r 10 e; pat
Katie Meeks and Lewis Meeks to
Stephen M. Meeks; forty acres sec 18,
tp 2 n. r 12 e; $800.
The following deeds were filed for
record yesterday and today:
L. H. Prather and husband to D. W.
Buck; five acres near Hood River;
J. J. Luckey and wife to W. N. West
and E. D. West; two-thirds of lot 1,
block 6, second addition west to town
of Hood Riveb; $350.
J. Conron to Rebecca Williams; lot
D, block 21, Military addition to Dalles
F. C. Clausen and wife to Agnes S.
Wright; si blk 7, first addition to the
town of Dufu.; $125.
United States to Horace Rice; lots
5 and 6, sec 3, tp 1 s, r 14 e; patent.
Adopted as a National Faith by the Peo
ple of America.
W. T. Stead has a long article in
Westminister Gazette on Monroeism,"
in which he says:
"Englishmen will do well not to be
little the significance of the ebullition
of American sentiment on the question
of the Venezuelan frontier. It must
be taken with the usual discount, and
is no doubt due to the system by whicfi
foreign affairs are discussed by bawl
ing journalists rather than by sauve
diplomats, but it is serious, neverthe
less. Its gravity consists in two facts,'
neither of which has anything to do
with the merits of the question in dis
pute. "In the first place, for the first time
since the civil -war, America has built
a navy of which she has some; reason
to be proud, and which sooner or later
she will use against somebody. 'In the
second place, it is equally significant
that the American press assures the
United States that the Monroe doc
trine has been informally adopted as a
national faith by American people, and
the dispatch sent to the New York
World (referring to the report of
the Bayard-Salisbury interview) prob
ably has a basis of truth.
"Considering the disreputabe char
acter of the Venezuelan government,
it seems extraordinary that any civil
ized power should contemplate such a
crime as trusting a peaceable region to
the rule or government ' of Spanish-
American adventurers, - whose only
claim to the sympathy of the Uuited
States is that they call their anarchy a
Republic and fly a flag which 'does'not
fly outside the western hemisphere.
We do not 'fear arbitration, out
before it begins, reparation ' must be
made for the high-handed violation of
the territory that is governed bv
England." - . ""'
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A Webfoot In Frisco.
Speaking of Police Judge "Jim
Campbell, well known as a former resi
dent of the Willamette Valley, the San
Francisco Argus says: "The judge can
sit down to a table and play draw poker,
ze-out and whist for the drinks,
coin ,or as you like it,, or take a hand to
kill time. He can put en his knicker
bockers and ride a bike- He can hold
a crowd breathless in relating, thrill:
ing narratives of hunting deer, bears
and antelopes in the wilds of Oregon
and his desperate encounters with the
bushwhackers and perch liners. The
judge goes to every party where there
is fun, even the bloomer ball. He i
tonished the Rev. Dr. Brown when he
demanded the right to reply to stric
tures passed upon, him.', He was told
to take the pulpit. He paralysed the
parson when he did so.' The judge
and his whiskers captured, the congre
gation by his pious and sympathetic
speech. Now the judge's latest freak
is to play hand ball. Rumor has it he
is itching for foot ball. Time - was
when he carried his law library in ' his
hat. For all that he has come to stay. ' '
A MAGAZINE JOKE.
The Xasaalne Beta Loaded With More
of tbe Same Kind. -
The editor's drawer of Harper's
Magazine contains each month, on an
average, about 40 alleged jokes, or 480
a year: in 50 years this would amount
to 24,000. Of these, .12,042' conclude:
"And the gentleman was compelled to
admit that he was beaten," and 11,858
terminate with the statement:.. "The
lady was forced to admit tha the laugh
was on her." Here Is a sample: "Mrs.
B , a leading society lady of the
charming city of C ene day met
Mr. D , who resides E , and
is engaged in the business' Of F ; .
Meeting one evening at .a reception
the witty Mrs. B could hot refrain
from remarking -
-i True! too truel
but then you must re?
Knowledge Cam Not
Just because we got in the other day
and refuted the slander that is going
the rounds of the press to the effect
that a Dalles girl had been kissed
against her will, Bro. Patterson of the
Heppner Gazette meanly reads between
the lines, and basely insinuates that
we speak from experience. After com
menting on the article this is the way
he swipes us:
"Brother C. then goes on at some
length to show what he knows about
kissing in general, which to the mind
of the writer is sufficiently convincing
that there has been a deal of oscillatory
work done outside of the state of Nev
ada, and that our dear brother of the
press has had a hand in it."
Now wouldn't that inuendo Bhook
your It does us. We want to say
right here that we did not speak from
experience, but from information ab
sorbed from the modern novel. After
this week we will have some spare
time, and if any of The Dalles dainty
dimitied daisy girls don't believe this,
we will give them osculant demonstra
tion of its truth. Office hours all day.
;.'! Whereupon they both
laughed, and Mrs. B was forced to
admit that the laugh was on her." It
is such wit as this that has given Har
per's such a standing in London, ' '
. . i' t"1 .- -!'..-;.-v ' -'V-Lake
County Beet. .
Beef cattle are still, moving out of
Lake county. Felix Green started 410
more of the XL cattle for Gazell last
Sunday, making a total of 890 head in
the two drives thiafalL John Cough
lin has started two bands from Chew
aucan, 310 passing through town Sun
day and about 200 on "Monday. ' These
will be driven south to Honey lake.
George Jones' drove to . Honey lake
valley last week with about 450 head
of beef, Bratton $ Lane went to
Gazelle last week with 450 head. Por
ter Bros, drove to the same place with
700 bead, and George Durand took 250
head. The Carr company took about
1,000 to 1,200 head from the Silver Lake
country, and the drive that went east
last spring amounted to fully 4,000.
Lake view Examiner.
A Few Stray Gates. .
Some of our good people are pain
fully, aware this morning that Hal
low'een has passed. The usual witti
cisms of the occasion have been in
dulged in, gates were removed, signs
changed and the usual amount of hi
larity of that kind carried out. Of
course it is a nuisance to be compelled
to go round hunting up a stray gate,
or something of that kind, but then
Hallow'een comes only once a year,
and boyhood once in a Jlfe time, Sq
the least said the soonest mended, and
all there is to be done is to look pleas
ant and refrain from kicking.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking: Powder
Awarded Cold Medal Midwinter Fair, Sia FraadKe.
KABIi BARKENTIN KILLED.
A Carina; Bank Crashes Him Against the
An accident happened at the steam
shovel about a mile this side of Mosier
Tuesday afternoon about 2:30 which
Resulted in the death of Earl Barken?
tin. The accident was caused by the
sudden caring of the bank, the mass of
Band striking Barkentin, throwing him
against the steam shovel and burying
him to the depth of four feet. The
body was reached as soon as possible
by bis fellow workmen, but life was
extinct. . It is probable that death was
almost instantaneous as when found
the body was lying against the shovel,
the neck across an iron bar in such a
shape that suffocation must have en
sued in a few moments if the unfortu
nate man was not killed by the blow.
The body was brought here and pre
pared for burial at Mr. - Crandalls un
dertaking rooms. A brother of the de
ceased was working at Vieqto. He
was at onoe notified of the auoident
and oame up on the first train. The
body will be taken to Hood River in the
- Leg Broken.
The steam shovel near Mosier has
another accident to its credit this
morning, the victim this time being
Wm. Eastman, a German, aged 39
years. The accident happened "Wed
nesday at 9:3Q A, M and w4 similar to
tha whioh caused (he death of young
Barkentin Tuesday, a caring bank.
An engine pulling the caboose brought
the injured man here about 11 o'clock
when his injuries were examined and
attended to by Dr. Logan. He suffered
a very bad compound fracture of the
right leg, and was sent to the hos
pital at Portland Wednesday.
The) Bang Not Good.
Mr. Joseph Sherar arrived in from
the bridge Wednesday. He says the fall
range Is not good owing to lack of rain,
and thinks that it is now too lata for i(
to do any gog4 should it come, aa the
weather is too cold for the grass to
grow much. The dry grass is better
feed than the new would be. Some
sections are well supplied with feed
for the winter but many are not in as
good shape as usual and should a hard'
winter come the loss will be severe.
Dr. Price Cream Baking Powder
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The following is the list of letters
remaining in The -Dalles 'postoflSce
uncalled for November 1, 1895. Per-
calling for these letters will
please give the date on which they
Brlce, Mrs Nellie
Childers, S W
Dean. A L
Fredenburg, Thos 2
'owler, IS W
Henderson, C C
Moore, J and - W,
Ranney, Glenn E
FUNK In The Dalles, Oct. 31, to the wife of
m. z una. a v-pouna ooy.
KKISTER In The Dalles, Nov. L to the wife
oi a. neiBier, a son.
STEUBENS In this city, Tuesday Oct. S8th.,
w iub wue oi a. aieuDens, a aaugnter.
io PER CENT DISCOUNT.
Ladies intending to purchase Fall Foot
wear will do well by inspecting our im
mense stock. Our stock is now complete,
and we will take especial pleasure in
showing you our latest Berlin, Paris, tnd
Needle toes, in light and medium 44 Vici
Kid." Our prices are right, and over one
hundred styles to select from.
TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT SATURDAY ONLY,
BIL GOODS MXRK6D
IN PLHIN FIGURES.
PEHSE & MHYS
CHAPMAN PARSONS At the residence of
Mrs. Obarr, in this city, October 8, A. M.
Chapman to Mrs. Alva Parsons. Rev. J. H.
- Wood performed the ceremony.
WEBSTER FOWLER At the residenca of J.
XT. UTuu n Kia nltn Ani OS atja .Mlnl
Albert L. Webster to Mrs. Maud B. Fowler. I THE.
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
If M, b sure and set that your ticket
Brown, Wm 2
Fredenburg, J H
Lenz, Lucy 2
Mallatt, G W 2
McDonald, J F
E KCXEIIXk Beeelve
Rollins, Mrs Rose Rafeno, Wm 2
Rasslow, Harry Ronniser, J E
Skinner, Jno Sun Wasco Co
Smith, Willard Taylor, T D
Wright, Sarah Wood, J H
Wood, G R Williams, L D
J. A. Cross en P. M,
CHICAGO, ST. PAUL,
Choice of Ti a Transcontinental Bootes
THIS IS THE
The jury In the case of the State
against Dr. Ausplund, tried at . Port
land, Tuesday brought in a verdict of
guilty of assault with a dangerous
weapon. . The penalty for this offense
Is imprisonment in the penitentiary
not less than six months nor more than
ten years, or by fine not exceeding
$1000, or byboth fine, and imprison
ment. . -. -,"
i fast Ttloe.
The Union Pacific in . connection
with the O. R. & N. is contemplating
the establishment of a three-days' pas
senger service between Portland and
Chicago. lThe dlsUac vU the. Cv R
& N. is 2,314 miles which would require
an average speed of about thirty-five
miles an hour. Portland Is forty-three
miles nearer, Chicago than San Fran
cisco is. :
GREHT SHORT LINE
Low Rates to All Eastern Cities And . all Points East and South
OCEAN . REAMEBS leave tort'saa every
SAN FRANCISCO. CAUL
For roll details "esUaaO. B. feV. Agent at TUB
VALUES or address
. B. BUBLBUBT, Oeo.
The augnificieot track, peerless vestK
buled diaing and sleeping- car trams,
' t sad motto: -
"ALWAYS ON TIMaY
Have given this road a national reputation. Al
classes ofpasaengen carried oa the veauouled trains
without extra charge. Ship your freights, and travel
over this -Jamous line. All agents have tickets.
. . W. H. MEAD. F. C SAVAGE,
Can. Agent. ' Trav. F. P. Agt '
- 8 Washington Street, Portland, Oregon.
B. H. HUNSHKER'S
CASH GROCERY STORE
Is the place to buy Groceries. Confectionary, Fruit,
Nuts, Wood and Willow Ware, Crockery,
Cutlery, in fact a General Stock
men's Supply store.
Wesell for cash, which enables us to give , '
More Goods for a Dollar "
Than any store in The Dalles.
New Goods arriving every day and sold at Bedrock Prices. Call and examine
for yourself. ,
Moses Old Stand
". NEXT DOOR TO DIAMOND MILLS. '
D TUBE. MES
but sro to.
JOHNSTON'S CASH STORE
AND GET ONE OF THOSE
Sheep Wanted. '
I wish to buy seven or tight hundred
young ewes. Will pay the castt for
them. Call on or address, John Ko-
nig, Columbus, Wash '.
- The invention of Dr. B..V. Pierce, chief
consultina cbvsician to the Invalids' Hotel
and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y.,
nan, anzina; uc pan winy years, mauc a
record ia the cure of bronchial, throat aad
Inns; disease that fairly entitles it to oat-
rank all other advertised remedies for these
affections. Especially has it manifested its
potency ia enring- consumpUosi of the langa.
not every case, out we oeueve
Fully 9 Par Cent. ; .
at all cases of consumption, in all its earlier
stages, are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden
Meoicai Discovery, even alter toe fllsesse
has nroartsaed so far as to lndncc reseated
bleediaea from the lunya, severe lis ferine
eong-h with copious expectoration (iaelao.
inr tubercular matter), crest loss of aeah
audi extreme emaciation aad weakness.
Do yon doabt that hundreds of such caeca
reported to us as cored by " Golden Med
ical Discovery " were rennlne cases of that
oread and fatal disease ? Yon need not take
our wora for it. iney uav, In nearly every
instance, been so pronounced by the best
and eqost experienced hoaa physieiaas.
Who have ao interest whatever ia mi,
rcpresenticr them, aad who were often
stxoricly prejudiced and advised against
a trial or "Uoiaen Medical Discovery,"
but who. have been forced to coniess that
it surpasses, la curative power over this
fatal' malady, all. ether medicine with
which ther are aeonainted. . Nastv eod.
liver oil aad it filthy "emulsions ' and
mixtures, had been tried ia nearly g)l these
case and had either utterly railed to bae
fit, or had only aeeaed to benefit a little for
a short time, Xxtraot of malt, whwkev.
and various preparatioas of the hypophoa.
phite bad also Deea arthrully tried in vaio.
The photographs of a large number "of
those- cured of consumption, bronchitis,
llageriag coughs, asthma, chronic nasal
catarrh aad kindred.' maladies, have beea
skillfully reproduced is book - of 160
page which will be mailed to yon, au re
ceipt of address aad six cents la stamps.
Yon caa then writ those cared aad leans
their experience. .... ........
Aaoresa tor book, woaws diipenbajst
Msdicai. Association, Bnfialo, N.
Still Another Call.
All county warrants registered prior
to Jan. 14, 1892, -wili be paid if pre
sented at my office, corner Third and
Washington streets, Tne uaiies, ure.
Interest ceases after Sept. 22, 1895.
. County Treajurar.
No. 87 Second Street
THE DALLES. OR.
- C. B. HAlGHT'8 OLD STAND,
0P6N KLL NIGHT.
Lame Eastern ogsteis
; : E. rj. NEWMAN, Prop.
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN
Seventh and Washington Sis.
PORTLAND, - OREGON.
Thos. Guinean, - Proprietor.
1.00, 1.W, K.0U.
2.00, 2J0, $3.00.
Handsome Line Dinner and Tea Sets Just Received.
113 WASHINGTON STREET.
' KOTICB rOB PUBLICATION.
Laud Orrici jn Ths daixss, obboo '
Oct. SS, 1MM6.
Notice 1 hereby given that the followine
named settler hearted notice of his Intention
to make final pass in support of his olatm, and
that said proof will be made before BegUter
and Receiver, at The Danes, Oregon, on Ke
cember 14, 1886, viz:
JOHN If. DARNIELLE,
Bd. E, No. 'ant, for tbe ne M seo. 12, tp 1 a, r 18
e W M.
Be names' the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, via:
John B. Baker, of Boyd, Or., F. Wlnslow, of
Dufur, Or.. Henry Williams, of The Dalles,
Or., Newton Patterson, of The Dalles, Ore,
. UOV8 JAS. F. MOORE,
5 SECOHD STBEET
OpaosIU the lJDplamant rTarabouss
FACTORY NO. 105
the Best Brands ananufact-
a red, and erdeas from all paita I
of tbe country- filled oa tbe shortest noticee
The reputation of TUX DALLES CIGAR
na become Brail aataNtabad, and toe e
ntsod for the home soanafaotusnd artlol- B .
lncfsaia ajaryday. A. ULRICA SON
R. E. Saltmarshe
East m Ml THS, TOE BEST
The Dalles. Portland & Astoria Nay-!
ieatibn Co- have made a rate ot 2 I
from The Dalles to Portland and re
turn during the Portland JCiposlttoa.,
limited to tea aavs from oave of sale.
W. J, ALLAWAY,
-r'" Gea. Agent
' "Pianos Arrived.
The' Kranloh & Baoh pianos, are now
offered at special low prices and easy
installments. Two new onea just re
ceived direct from the factory.
1. j. jnickelbdi, Agent,
Hay and Grain.
DEALER IN LIVE STOCK
. A Great Bargain. '.
On account of removal from the city
will sell all my household furniture
- a bareain. aa It must be sold. For
prloea eall on Frank Menefee.
Wellington, Bock Springs.
and Boslyn CoaL
U2, sacked and delivered! to -any part
of the city.
THE ORO FINO WINE ROOMS
AD. KELLER, Mgf .
A complete lute
Imported and Domestic
Uquor and Cigars.
No. 90, Second door from the Corner
oi Court St.
WoaeU Wood! Weoal
Oak. fir and slab wood, at minimum
rates. Send us your order from the
nearest telephone. -
JOB. A. r-ETEBS UO. :
it Unody's Warehouse henei l ktjck,
I -Maaafaetarer sf sea sealer ia
Harness and Saddlery,
tne iteiruiator wui leave at seven
o'clock a. M. instead of eight o'clock.
v.r . at a. a. COV
The 1 llerchant 1 Tailor
ana Baas la Order sad a lis Oaanalssd
. Csetass Cleaned aa Ins easts
& east MossVs Waraneasa,
to tttva Bat.
RUPERT St GHBEL
Wholesal and retail manufacturers of and dealers In " v
Harness, Saddles, Bridles. Collars.
Tents, and Wagon Covers. '
- And A.11 A.rtlolae leapt In a Ktrett OlatM Harneaa Shop.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. :
Opposite Moody's Warehouse
. STUBLING & WILLIAMS, PROPs.
Fine Wines, Liquors and. Cigars
All brand of Imported Liquors, Ale and. Porter,
and Genuine Key West Cigars. A Full Line of 1
CAPFOBHIA : WINES AND : BRANDIES
' -r Twelve-year-old Whiskey, strictly pure, for medicinal pur
' poses. Malt Liquor. Columbia Brewery Beer on draught.
94 Second Street. , THIS DALLES, O ht
Cor. Court and Front Street,
Avmncii BALDWIN, Prop.
Oatrriaa Bverytrtlns tobe found In at KlrattolaiM Liquor Store. .
- WHISKY FROM $3 TO $5 PER GALLON
THE DALLES ' - - Oregon. .
-. . . s
From the way our trade is increasing
people must be satisfied and recommend
us when they buy their Drugs and Medi
cines at .... .
DONNELL'S PILL SHOP
DEUTSCHE APOTHEKE. Telephone No. 15.
On and alter July 15. 1895. the Book Store
M. T. Nolan,
Win be at Ho. B4 Second Street, ... J.:
. NEXT DOOR TO GROCERY
- bonrer oi Union and Second Street