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A:IS A. M.
Tlit nmtl nrrlvra from NtriilUliiirK Nl II o'.
rlork A. M. W'i'illii wIiivh miuI Kiituriluj'Hj ill
purl 'iw hiiiii.i iliiyn j i iiihiii,
for I'lii'iiiiwi'lli, Iimvi'hsIN A. M. nrrl vt'H nl
1', ,M, huhirilM.
I''ur WhllnHuliiioli linv daily nl K A. M.
rrlvm nl iiiiii it'i lot k I', ,M,
Kroni WIiIIk KiiIiiihii li'uvi for Kulilii, (III
lour, Trmii l.iike ami tllctiwiMid Mniiilnyn, uml
IIKIKF 1.0( A), MATTDKH.
TlimikKKlvliiK next Tliinndny.
Mm. Hunt will leave for Eugene Mihi
ly. 1'lrlutvn fr.uiicil to order at the fur
iimiiiii iiiniiiiiiiii wiih up ironi i ort
Marvin Kami In aaln In tiuslnciw nt i
III" OKI Miami.
D.h H. M. Kvt there ? Welt I nIiouM
hiii Ho. H, i.
Colllnx nml inulivrtuUi'M Miftriliw nt
tliu furniture htorc.
Call mid hc the new hi'IumiI miltN for
Rev. !rltoy vImIUiik 111 daughter,
Mm Will Rand. '
Mr. nml Mm, MMinplmve moved Into
tlio Jlakr (indU'iiu'.
All kind of count ry produce bought
ami Hold at Hurrlxo n m.
T. ('. Dalian Iiiim tin loiiiU'r on IiIm
lotnuiiil will lniiM uhiiihII burn.
It. 1'.. HnrlilHoii nliot ii kwiiii till
M'wk, liH'itMurlii m-vi'ii feet lit iua IiicIich.
lluvlnjr Imh-m fliMiiilci Notary Tub
lie we tire prrpund to do nil work In
V(Miiidrtnnd that Uoiilotmnt Hnrr
Iiiim Ui-n relieved from luly nl theCiu-
Mm. Howella )ia moved Iht Htock of
millinery Into Hon. K. L. Smith's of
The llarlilsoii brother will have
their house eoinpliWil by tlio middle
Mr. Iclk, iiifoniimnlfd by IiIh at
tonwy, Mr. lleuld, went to ilie Dalle
Mr. V. M. SfU-y, of ( 'hennwltli,
WitHliMwiilM-r,'l'iKiMlHy. 'C acknowl
edge U pIl'IIHUllt will. ,
Mr. T. i. Clark linn Urn quite nick
fur it ihiiIi' of wi Kh, but we mix glad
lo Ntitle Ih IiihihivIu'h.
"Mr. ( miMipiin ilt-wln um to Htntethiit
lii'ii'iirirr tlio i"! olllou will Ik i'low'd
from noon until 2:'M.
Fur any one uirfluniiitf ten dollar
worth of furniture, of me, I will deliver
I be (Mime at landing freenf elmre.
8. K. llAlttIKiH.
Mrw. Monroe Ii exjHTtejt here ut any
time. Hie will rt iiiiilti over tlio win
tor, oooiipyliiK her lioumj next to
Mr. nml Mr. O. ('. llir(nieH, who
luive Imimi vlxltlnif Mr. Zlculor Ht 10u
Vi m; ntv iinnln lierw to reiuuin during
Q'llle n number of Hood RIverlteH
were nt The I lalle during the week, at
theHollelttitfon of iK-puty Kherliri'liir
Inan, iim w llmws in thu Delk ciiHetu
Ten of Hie fourteen apply lug for teaeh
I'lV eertlllcateH ut tho piarterly exum
limtion ItiHt week wer nne(vn.ful,
though none of them captured tho lltvt
We have received ft nbM'k of doedH,
tnortgngvH; etc., which we, will-Hell to
thoHu In nerd of 1 lint kind of material
lit coimlderubly 1ch than 100 per cent,
The "deestrlct wluKd" liwt night nt
Armory hall was too late for the roll of
honor to (hi printed thin week. In fact,
tho ( 1 1, Ad Kit wuh printed before the
The urmnrv promlne to lie, an hh
mired fai't. The capital Htock has been
Incri'iiHcd to $l!,200, and we understand
work will be ccmiucjiml in thu Imme
A literary Kociety has been formed by
the Hchool here. We understand their
Unit meeting will lie held next Friday
evening. The itamo adopted Is the
The case of Ticmun against Tlemnn,
tried this term of court and resulting
In a decree of divorce for Mrs. Tleman
and judgment for one-third of the real
property, has been appealed.
The Congregational church has put
In n new heater. Mr. Dallas did the
sheet-Iron work. Ko now they eypect
to be just warm enough for this world
and none too warm for the next.
Thomas Ityan, who broke Into Polk's
building licit1, and also Into the Itus
klrk house below town, was sentenced
to- the penitentiary Monday, getting
one year for burglary and two yours for
larceny trom a dwelling.
The Insane asylum at 8alem Is said
to contuin 722 inmates and that all the
rooms are tilled. This Is sad, when one
hikes Into consideration the number of
jhthoiis ut large that are entitled to a
room in that building.
U. IJ. church services: Preaching
this evening ut 7 p. in. and on Habbath
" at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., by ltev. O.
Hickafoose of Portland. Young IHjo
' pie's meeting Sunday evening at 6:30.
Habbath school at 10 a. m. A welcome
. M. C. Dethman had a horse killed
by tho cars a few weeks ago, and though
the company claimed that It was killed
at the crossing of a public road, the
matter was Anally seltled by the pay
ment of $30, which Mr. Dethman may
couot as "money fouud."
There will bo Hi rvlci'H hi the Hlver
Hide Congregational Miurch to-morrow
at 11:30 a. in. Hubballi school nl J 0:30
it in, The services In thu valley church
will U) at 3 p. in. Halibut h school ut
'1 p. in. All arc cordially Invited lo be
present, V. M. A links, TuMor.
(icorge Aleck, a feii-yciir-old Indian
boy, bus iiiailo hliiM'lf a small wagon,
wl'lh lied mid brake complete, and Iiiim
a tcaiii of from six to eight while boys
to haul him in ml. All of which
shows that Icorge Is iohcsi'i of more
than the average amount of login
uily. J.iiWHon, the brute that coniiiiltl'cd
Die assault on (he old lady at The
Dalles, was sentenced Monday. Judge
Itiailsbaw, In panning sentence, re
marked that the legislature hud llxeil
the limit of the court's leniency, and
then scntenei d him tv twenty years In
The weather clerk liirned on a smiilt
section of cold weather Hiindiiy night,
Hint Monday night gave the faucet nii
other twist, causing a thin layer of ice
lo form on (lie shallow waters. Tues
day night he repeated and gave us Jut
a little sprinkle of ralu, uml Wednes
day a oiTcet spring day,
He veil chairs wen' placed In the school
room hero Momluy in order to uccom
uioilate new pupils. Kvery seat was
tilled before mid I ho aisles ure Is'com
hig vulualile. The time has arrived
when a new school housit Is a necessity,
uml Its building should not be put oil'
Inter than the curly spring.
Waleh our for sale columns for sonic
of (be best real estato bargains in the
country. If you want to buy cull on
us, ami If you want lo sell, come and
see what we can lo for vou. We nd
vcrtlito all proH-rtv placed in our hand
free of cluirge, uml ure so situated us to
uiiike themilckest sales. It will cost
you nothing unless a sale Is made.
It Is rumored Hint after tho llrst of
next month there will k' but one pas
senger truly u day each way. Nos. 7
uml N, the trains arriving here ut II
o'clock In the morning uud 7:40 in the
evening, will I hi withdrawn, so that in
order to get In or out of Hood Itlver
will require cither sitting up lute or
gelling up very early.
At the quarterly examination of nii
iilicaut tor teachers' certificates, held
hiht week, the following were success
ful: Second grade ccrlilieat- Louis 1.
Dorals, Waplulllu; Susannah Ward,
Klngsley; Miss M. P. Anderson, Ma
tilda Hoiilster ami Florence Cram of
Tho Dalles. Third grade John Deinp
soy, Kliigs!c;y; (icorge M. Cole, (Jr:ihS
Valley; Minnie K. McCoy, Hood Itivcr;
Cawilo Cheese. Antelope; . Klillliu K.
Vogt, The Dalles.
While it Is s;rfcctly projsT for every
one to call ufter the urrival of each train
for their mail, it Is not necesury for
every iiicmlsT of the family to do so.
The school chlldivu have it habit of
visiting the post ollicc four tiiiK-s a day
ami asking for mail, and in cases where
there Is more than one in the family,
every child assumes that he or she
should cull for it ami diss so. It would
save lots of iinnoyuncc if parents would
put a stop to it.
Ijist week we mentioned the fact
that Mr. John A. Wilson had presented
us a sack of corn men I linulo from corn
raised by himelf uml ground in the
valley. Since that time we have sam
pled It to some purpose and unhesitat
ingly pronoiimv it the host we ever
touted. . If Uncle Jerry Husk would
send some of this kind over to (Jer
niany, the did would sikiii Ih-coiiic
popular and the Kaiser himself would
not turn uwuy from it;
Saturday, the 14th lust., to Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. Itiuiis, a leu-pound girl.
DINED ON HOASl E.D MEN.
rI of njl onnlbul bo C'Ulais to
Hats Fulfil lluamn HU.
The eeneral enriositv of our cntiro
town wa arou.-K-d by tho npjicaraueo
oiwn our streets of a native of Iudia,
who was born upon one of the iiji
Islands. He woro a vcrv red or canliual
colored suit of iJothcs, kneo panU, and
jacket trimiued with black velvet collar
and cuffs. Over his shoulder he carried
a clouk that was tied over tho left shoul
der and under the ri;;)it. ruado of wlnto
aud red flannel. His head was covered
with n blouse that fell down his bad:,
aud still over this a sombrero. His shoes
were tied under tho instep with a ono
hulf inch white braid that wound around
the leg up to tho knees. His general np
pearanco was very gaudy.
This native was converted when 23
years old, and . is now 74 years of age.
His father livisd to be 130 years of age.
His life has been spent in lecturing on
the condition of his people ne spunks
twenty languages fluently. When five
or six years old he saw an Indian woman
throw her child to a crocodile that
weighed 1.000 pounds. Tho animal
missed tho child, and the mother caught
it as it ran back to her begging for its
life, when she threw it again. This time
tho crocodile struck it with its claws,
tore it into two pieces and ate it very
quickly. She then reported her acts to
tho pagan priest, and hp blessed her, say
ing to her, "Go sin no more.''
He also was a cannibal. When ho was
7 years old there wero twenty-one min
isters who were caught traveling and
prospecting for places to locate churches,
and one of theso ministers was beheaded
every morning ly their high priest and
his flesh cooked, and the natives wero
made to stand in a row and each one was
given a part of tho flesh, and they stood
and ate it. This wad continued every
day for twenty one days, until all of the
ministers were eaten up, and he ato part
of twenty-one preaohers.
He says tho natives never do eat one
another unless one is taken in war or as
a missionary; that it is a mistaken idea
that they slay one another to cat when
this man and that is fat enough to eat;
that tho beasts of tho field never slay
one of their kind to prey upon, and that
tho Bavages have never gotten to be
lower than wild animals. Atlanta Con
stitution. Dr. J. H. Gallinger, who has been
elected United States senator from New
; Hampshire, was a compositor on iuo
Cincinnati Commercial Gazette twenty
! five years ago, and studied medicine in
the intervals of hia labors at the case.
I Another addition to tho Icehouse Is!
iH'illg blllll. II Is "4 feet Wld" by HO!
II - till I1...., l.l.-l. .....I ...III 1.. l'i..Ul
i""Hi icei iiikii, uini " in in-uvii en
storing sawduM, etc., nml if the supply
ol Ice inom limn lllls (he big houses,
will be pa,;Ued full of coldness. Next
year ..iiiniK' niciils wll be made for
L i i..,..i iooiui i,...u r.... fi,,-
I j.oii.1 near town, mid probul.lv doiihle
i (hat nmoiint nt Celilo. This will give
Hie compMiiy Hiorage room for over llfly
tlioiiMinni ions or lei-, cnoiigu alinost to
supply the city of Portland.
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At Armory ball I hursday evening,
; the aitli Inst., by Idlewllde Lodge, No.
107, I. ().(). I1., Invliatioii lscxte-ul-
ed to nil. Conimlltce on Invitation
I Itoconiloti Kmll Kelnil. of Tim
Dalles; It. F. Hardwlek, Mosler; XJ.
Mroomrcld, ( 'iiHcado Docks; mid J. It.
Hunt uml M. I. Watson, Hood Klvcr.
I I.M.r Managers W. II. Perry, J. J.
Diickcy, V. H. Allen. Iteglster of
Costumes J. 11. Cradlcbaugh. Suj-
perComnilttee-Mrs. Willlum Klllson, !
Mr. A. It. J.ones, Mrs. W. 15. Perry, j
Mrs. Henry Jlil.bnrd. There will 'si
four prizes given one each for ls-st
I sustained character, lady anil gentle
j man, and one each for Is st drcssi-d
I character, lady uml gentlemen. The
prizes will Is- ii warded by n committee
Almost a Fire.
We are glad Indeed Hint we have not
to chronicle the destruction by lire of
M. V. Harrison's fine new residem'c
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I hursday evening and yet it v,a only
by a scratch that this was not the case, j
As Mrs. Harrison and Miss Copplo
started to church that evening, they )
went Into the new building, and on
odciilng uu Inner door wcro utmost suf-fiM-atcd
with smoke, but discovered the
floor was on lire. They did not lose
their heads but got u bucket of wutcr
uud soon had the fire out.
curis'iilers had li-ft a lire
It seems the
In the tin-
plai and from this the Hour in front of
it caught. Had Mrs. Harrison been a
few minutes later the lire would have
been Is'youd control.
The wife and daughter of Hcv. Illgby,
of the Methodist church here, arrived
from Eastern Washington last Friday
evening. Mr. Itighy joined his family
at Arlington and nunc down willi
them. Arrived at the parsonage, ulsiut
Up. in., tliey were ugreeutiiy surprised the power to express mins.;ir in ay
to find the bouse in jMiKsi ision of ulsiut manner. Mr. Kanzler is ubout 65 years
forty of the members of Mr. Higby's of age and hale and hearty. His afflio
church and his neighbors. Kvcry one not pwalyaui or auy kindred ail -
... ,, , I .,, mcnt. Juxt what U is. however, is a
came with a well-tilled basket, und the . ,. ,.....'
. ,, , . . , , , lMjser to the medical in'ii who have seen
ladles set a handsome table for supi-er, him u u u.li(.vod to tUe onlv case
with hot tea mid cotlee. An enjoyable ever Jtuowu. C.jveland Loader,
evening was spent und It wus 1 1 o'clock ,
Is'foio the gathering bloke Up. Those! Unwilling Kt wltU Ilia Jurors.
present were: Itcv. Higby und wife und A good storj-is told on Deputy Marshal
daugWer Kulh, Mr. and Mrs. j. A. .Conway, who is sail to be proof against
,, i , , ,, ... the fi-rs of supt?rstition. lie was or-
Kk'sU', Mr. uud Mrs. D. urrcn, Mr. , , . . . , p. .
. , ' ., ,, ... , , , dered to take a federal jury to the Dem
and Mrs. M. II. Mckclscn, Mr. und 8on for u.a Fridav night, aud as he went
Mrs. John A. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. . iulo lho jinjn(? room wjth the twelve
Jesse A. Keeiic, M. and Mrs K. ('. 'men he wius conducted to a table that
Miller, Mr. uud Mrs. Wurrcii Miller, hml been sis;ially prepared for the party.
Mr. und Mix, K. K. Lyone, Mr. and The jurors were all seated, but Mr. Con
Mrs. C. II. Murkham, Mr. uud MixV remained standing. "Sit down,
8. F. Jilythe, Mrs. b M. King, Miss Ik.ss " fu.id tlio head waiter, as he drew
... ,r ,,. ,, . ,. , xi- out the hist chair.
Nettie Foley, Miss Heinice Foley, Miss , ,.j think ru anothor taMe .
Josie Kogers, MIks Hatlie Ketchuin, thedopu'y.
M iss Madge Warren, M iss Clara Illy the, ..s,t right down, sah; sit right down."
Miss (jliucie King, MihS Lily King,.Miss insibtcd the negro; "there's plenty of
Hose Nlckclscn, Miss Ida Nickclsvii, room."
Mr. Willis. John I lowers. Win. I toners. "Yes, but I cant ha the thirteenth ma:.
Cliarlcs Wallace, Kdwar.l Hlythc.Dock
Foley, Mclvin Foley, Wm. Warren.
A New SiIk olhoi.se.
These long winter evenings give
abundant lime for quiet thinking, uud
should 1st utilized by all. One subject
deserves considerable attention and
that is the building of a schoolhousc.
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proposition. The school room is over
crowded now und next spring will not
begin to accommodate tlio pupils. It
would seem thai, the plan of bonding
the district, aud building for the future
as well us the present would be Hit)
proper plan; but these matters should
be digested and ready for action ut our
next school meeting.
A fine line of gent's furnishing goods
s..r, lve.l.if il.uina's.
just received at liauna's,
S0T1CE TO STOCKlioLDEKS.
Notice is hereby given that a meet-
ingof the stockholders of tho Hood
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.uicet in .Blowers' hall, Hood Hiver, j
Oregon, Monday evening, JN'ovcwiber I
23, 18U1, ut 7 o'clock p. in., for the pur- j
pose of voting on the question ( in
creasing the capital stock of said asso
ciation from twelve hundred ($12U0)
dollars to twenty-two hundred i'OU)
dollars, ami to increase tho number of
shares ot said stock from one hundred
and twentv 12l to tw hundred and
twenty (lii'0). J. II. Dukes,
Chairman Board of Directors.
IV A. Snydeh, Secretary.
Respecting the above notice, it is
necessary that every person who has
subscribed a single share to be present
at this meeting, for the plan canuot be
carried out unless a majority of till- the
stock subm-ribed votes iu favor of the
prpposition. In the former meeting
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is au absolute necessity, and will have R' wa iu ,,8 0n the opposite
to be taken care of ut the regular school ead of hia l)eat- IIe m;ule a ilurried trip
meeting in March, livery property j to tho point indicated, and as soon as he
owner should give the matter quiet and arrived there he asked if any ous had
thorough consideration und be prepar-! heard of a fight. The inhabitants in
ed to (suggest as well us vote on the 1 formed him that there had been a murder
law was voieu on: co u, uccoines nee-. ,n Miuor it August and was baked
essary to call another meeting. Let.int0 brea(1 llu3 recently been examined
every person who has subscribed a oy men of science, and is identified as a
share come. If you stay away it lichen, belonging to the family Lecauora
mctiiis no armory this winter. I osculant.
A Uv C1.mii Tonrnumfn.
MM , t . .
-j no nviti'f cikis lonrnunicni wnicn
y.m n,., nt Ht lt(milnj j 0f tho
fll,Hof tlm m,,,,-, H,.)r, WK-ioty was a
.. , , U() fl f lUtyAC,mvnX
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hall Islngfor Hie time converted IriUi a
l' -"" '"wd, while th gallery was
reserved for HjsfctntoM. Tim Hon. Hegi
nnld Cas-ll and Mr. Bbodforth IJ-iger
were tin' plnyers fuel were well matched,
each side flooring tt win. As you watched
Hie figitrjts moving over tho board yon
fl ll : ,f ,.0I1 w,.r rMm th Jmn
.. . .... t . th other sidu
t)t t!(( looking glass, though the Tudor
dr'Hses wcro certiiinly morn griwful
than tliose worn by Alice's dream friend. ,
and thu Whit Queen did not win to
( liave lost a singln pin, while her lied M;v
jci.ty inovul with a charming siuile on
, lier face.
I Tlio pavTis were played by children,'
1 and admirably they acUid their iarts,
thongli it iunnt have W-n dull for thosa
who were m.-ver moved during the gaina.
Two ushers in conrt suits fetched tha
"pta'"" tliat were Ukcn. and wben the
White QiKm was-tnken prisfiner several
oilier white cnjitives came to i-scort IIt
Maj'-sty iifT tho board. Among the
"pieces" were Lord and Lady Drassey as
the lied King and Queen, the Hon.
Muriel and the Hon. Marhi nrassey as
the lied King and Queen's Rooks, the
Lud v Ueatrice Cupell au the Red Quf-en's
nhop, and the Hon. T. Drassey us the
Rod King's Knight, while on the white
W'l" Mia Forbes and Capt. Gaskell were
ie King and Qceiu, and lianm von
RiH-nuT the Queens Knight. London
xr. Knnxier ntrnu a in in ion.
Mr. Jacob Kanzh r, a well known bus-
incus man or hawiusKy, is mo victim
of a mor.t js-culiar uflliction which haf
ties iuisllcr.1 skill. Saturday night he
n tired at thu nsual hour in full posses
won of all his faculties. When he awoke
tin f i ii v. nl hit could not KDcak. his vocal
t,r.jani, refusing absolutely to perform
their usual functions. Finding that he
could not ut ter a word, he attempted to
write wiat h ; could not sptak, but his
refused t ls tracothe word upon
He moves about as usual; having per
fect control over his liwar limbs unl
likewise over his hands until he attempts
to use the latter to give expression on
paper to his thoughtyand then they fail
him completely. Ills mind is as bright
und cl?ar apparently ns ever. He under
stands all that is goiflg on about his
home and place of biuiuess. bnt lacks
at mea1-' an1 Conway took another
"Does yo' know, sail, I never thought
of that?" asked the head waiter in a
whisper; "I'd doue exactly the same as
yo' did." Indianapolis Journal.
A Typical t'lixe.
A sad story has just come in by canrd
boat from Cumminsville. A patrolman
on one of tho outside boats was informed
there some time before, but tnattne vic
tim had been dead und buried several
weeks. The officer then returned with
all epeed to the point from which he
started. Terrible news awaited him.
During his ab.sence he had been dis
missed from the force for failing to an
swer calls, and his wife had married
again. Cincinnati Enquirer.
' . luiutm 13 ,Z"
I land, legs hero brings a . curio from
j Punta Arena, Straits of Magellan. It
i ia a fur rug or spread made of guan-
i aco sSins, a llama like animal that bears
i domestication. Ten of the light tan
j Pwitli their white under fur making
. v""'"-, .w
together to resemble a pattern iu fur.
Sail Diego Union.
Thomas W. Phillips, of New Castle,
i Pa., who has been elected to congress,
! once lost a fortune of nearly $1,000,000
that he had made in the oil fit Ids of the
rCevKtono State. He hasfeiuco retrieved
j tlli3 iJSt fortU!10i uud is again one of the
i richest of oil producers.
! The sale by Mrs. King, of Corpus
Christi, the "cattle queen" of Texas, of
15,000 2-year-old steers, is probably the
largest single order for cattle ever filled
in Tex;w. The consideration was $82,000.
Mrs. King's ranch is worth $900,000.
Edward Lennou. the Irishman who has
just died in New York at the age of 103
years, carried a pike in the great Irish
rebellion of 1798. Ho had papers in his
possession proving his birth in County
Derry Ireland, in 1785.
The manna which fell from tne sky
S. L. YOUNG.
HUCCKHHOIl TO E. JlW.'K,
IT NK WATCH KS,
' DIAMONDS, JFAVKLJtY
A ND HI LVIOHWA UK, AL80
Fine Watch Ropalrlnga Speci
alty. Second St. The Dalles. Or.
fflB M01M HOOD HOTEL,
Has been thoroughly
renovated, and a large
ell added doubling its
Everything will bf found nat and clMin
ASH TI1R -
Table will be mipplieil with the tswt the
OEOUOK HKRIJEHT Proprietor.
As we have h-aseil our business to
Mr. Hartley, we desire to close up our
IxHiks ut once. To this end we ask
that those knowing th;niselves to be
indebted to us come forward and settle
at mice, either by cash or note. Our
books must Isiiilosed up, and this is the
only way in which it can I done.
I'KKIIV &. JOXES.
Why cough, when H. 15. will stop It.
Have vou seen the U-"(.K) Htiiue
maple bed room set ut the furniture
From now until Dee. 1st next we
will close out our stock ut greatly re
dueed nriecs. for cash. All riartics in-
i debted Ut us are hereby notified to call
I and settle More ubove naineil date, us
a change in the firm name will be
made ut that time.
lihowos & Ckowkll
I. have opened a line of millinery and
fancy gfssls in the (,'oe, building one
disir west or the Ui.ACIKH oinee, ami
Invite the bulb's if llissl Iliver and
surrounding coun ry to call and see
my g(Hsls and prices, before purchasing
Mus. It. S. IIowei.ls.
REAL ESTATE AND
Reliable Information concerning land
Choice city and country property for
Conveyancing a Specialty.
139 Second Street The Da Ik Or.
You know that you can buy more
irroceries, provisions etc , for less money
at 62 Second street than any other
nlacflin The Dalles? It. will pay you
to call and get my prices, and examine
my stock before going elsewhere. All
goods delivered free to wharves or
The Leading Grocer 62 Sec
ond Street, The Dalles Oregon,
J)UFUK 'V ATKINS & MfiNEFER
Vogt's new building. Second St.
THE DALLE OREGON.
W. H. WILSON.
yl TTOKXEY-A T-LA W.
ROOMS , AND .", NEW" VOOT BLOCK,
THE DALLES. OREGON.
For Coughs and Cr'rt honl thorn nllS.n.C.C,
A new slock of Ladies' and Gents'
FILLED AND SILVER
SPECIAL attention given to clean
ing and repairing watches.
J. H. FERGUSON,
Hood River, - - - - Oregon.
PM & NITSGHKE,
Hlncfi the first of June we have added
Furniture Sc Carpet
Iliisitiess a complete Undertaking
tabllshment, nml as we succeeled In
getting our sts:k from the Fjist with'
out ls;ing compelled to Join the Under
taker's Trust, we assure the public that
in consequence thereof our
Prices Are Very Low.
Remember our place of business on
SECOND KT., XEXT MOODY'S BAIK.
THROUGH TO POBTLAffl),
DALLES PORTLAND &
NAVIGATION COMPANY'S .
Will leave the foot of Court street
everj' morning at 1. a. m.' ex
cept Hundayg for
Connections Will be Made with th
At the foot of the Cascade Locks.
For Passenger or freight Rates, Apply
to Agent, or Purser on Board.
House, sign anil Carriage Painter.
Paper hanging and calcimlning
Fine fimiples of Willi rappr kfpt OmsUntly
QN 1IAXD. .
hood nxrr.H, okkooVi
Uurni-d out but Again Iu BusineM
WJm Bl ichcli,
Anit Kmbalmer, hs asfain started with m
new uml inmiJete sWK-k of every Uiliiff necUeit
In the unUeriukliiK buslntsw. Particular .
tentiou pulU to embalming and tuklug eai.l
of tlie ilcitd. urders promptly attended W
Prices u low s tlio lowest.
Place nl". bustiM-., dinuonally Heron fTwl
Opera Bloek, uu the corner of Thlril uud
Y. aliingluu .Stretit Tiie Dulles, Oregon.
B. R. TUCKER,
PFJ priktob op
ed RIYER IIM
OF ALL KINDS.
HOOD RIVER, OR.
Successors to a Bettlngen
- HKTAILERS, AND JOBBKRS IW . .
HARTVWARK, TlSWARE, WOODKnWABB,
A cnrililotc line ofllcRt.fnit and Cook Btorj
l'ltmps, Pipe numbers and Steam Fitter'
Supplies; nlxo n complete Htock of
Carpenter's, Blacksmiths' and
AND V HAEDWAEE.
All tinning, Plumbing nndlpe work wlft kg
done on short not ice. "
SECOND ST., THE IALLES OK,
Piftfl on ffay Points
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