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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 31 August 1889

9ffilT!VTAIXEEJt. ' Volame XXX THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1889, NUMBER 3 CONSOLIDATED 18S2. TiJifcs-aioi'aiTAisEEn, - vm PKINTED EVERY f.VrUKDAY BY John Pi'ichell, Edjok Aho Proprietcr TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year. ... Single copy six months 4aTeru strictly in ad van re ..2.0 .. 1.00 Entered at the I'mtngtce at The Dalle, Or., as Second ClaetMaiter for traluitutigLon liirjuun me mih. LIST OF STATE AND CO'JHTY OFFICIALS. Governor S. Pennovcr Sesrctary of .State W. VicBndc Treasurer--. eo. W. U ebb SuperiiftuuJent of tublic instruction.. K. P. iicEIroy Senators Congressman State 1'rintur. ...... t J. II. Mitcneli li. liermaiin Frank iiaker COlTl. Sheriff Clerk Geo. Herbert ..O. li. Thompson Geo. Much Treasurer Commissioners Assessor Surveyor r. . . Suferintenuent of Public fachcol Coroner I Geonre A. Young H. A. Leavcus H. Gourlay E. r . Huarp .... A. C. Connelly ...William llicneii Professional Cards. pvR. J. O. BOYD. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ibe Dalles, O...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 31 August 1889

SATURDAY AUGUST 31. 1889. THAT STORY ABOUT STANLEY. The latest story about Stanley is that he and Emin Bey were making their way to the east coast of the con tinent with 10,000 retainers and fol lowers and an immense amount of ivory. The S. F. Bulletin says there is some degree of plausibility in this last one, since it is known that Emin Bey . had made large collections of ivory, that being one of the few com modities which he could sell on the coast for ready money, or exchange .for such articles as he might need. Nearly all the goods which reach the east coast from the great Central Lake regions find their way to Zanzibar for reshipment. Just now more than the usual number of European war ships are anchored within striking distance of the chief ports of that island, in expectation of a rebellion that might overthrow the present government. The sultan had dismissed his prime minister, and had shut himself up in his palace. The Arabs were in a tur bulent condition. When there are s...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 31 August 1889

SATUDAY... AUGUST 31, 1889. Hallway Time Table of the O. It. A N. Co. The following Time Table U taken from the O. R. h. N. Co 'a Kchednle. and in intended to be a reliable table or reference by those living at a dis tance om me city: ASTWAftD. Express No, 2, srnvea 11:45 A M Express Ho. 2, depart 12:10 P.M Express No. 4, arrives 1:45 A.M Express No. 4. deparu 2:00 A.M Express No. 1, arrives 12:30 A.M Express No. 1, departs 12:40 A.M Express Wo. S, arrives 2:30 P.M Express No. 3, departs 2:4u P.M Exclusion rates on the Columbia river between Dalles and Upper Cascades, will be one fare for the round trip, Saturdays only, for parties of not lew than five. Children, half-price. Klickitat and return, 75 cents : M osier. White Salmon and Hood River and return, 90 cents; Upper Cascades and return, $2.00 XTE3IS 151 BK1KK. From Tuesday's Daily. A sligat shower of rain this morning, Refreshing rain is reported in Ellcna- burgh. Six buildings are in course of erection in Inompsons audition. M...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 31 August 1889

N COL. Btt K BK'g FAMOUS EUMV- It Wu Delivered Over The Vlrtimof Jaifte Terry's Cruel skill. The following iaoeral oration pro nounced by Colonel E. D. Baker, on the . occasion of the burial of Senator David C. Boderiik, who was shot by the late Judge Terry, has passed into history as one of the finest eulogies ever delivered. . The Senator was killed by Judge Terry in a duel in California on September 13, 1859: A senator lies dead in our midst I He is wrapt in a bloody shroud, and we, to whom his toils and cares were given, are about to bear him to the place appointed for all the living. It is not fit that such a man should pass to the tomb un heralded ; it is not fit that such a death should call forth no rebuke, or be fol lowed by no public lamentation. It is this conviction which impels the gather ing of this assemblage. We are here of every nation and pursuit, of every creed and character, each in bis capacity of citizen, to swell the mournful tribute wbicb the majesty cf the p...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 September 1889

CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1859. NUMBER i XlMfcSOIOUSirAlSEEK, - VIII MiiirnTAIXKKK. Volume XXX PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY BY JOHNlM n TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sinjleuoov, one year.-... .. biggie copy ix months a-jr'leruis strictlv in advance .2.fr ,. l.Oti Kntnl nt the PrntoUce at The Dalle. Or., at Secunu Class Mattsr or transMiiiian through the mailt. LIST OF STATE AMD COUNTY OFFICIALS. OnTornor ; S. Pennnrci K. . etarv of btato G.W. McSirid, qwitum'r Geo. V. Webi SuneriiwJeiit of I'ulilic Instruction.. K. P.,McEiro Senators Coniyresnian . . Slate i'riutcr.., 6heriff i - ... " " ' e - J. LI. Miteuel. B. Ileriuanri , Frank baker COl'XTl. Geo. Herbert Clerk Treasurer Commissioners Assessor t Surveyor Superintendent of Public School Coroucr ..is. 11. Thompsoi' Geo. Kuch ( GevrxQ A. Youm 1 H. A. Lsaveu- H- Gourlay E. F. Sharp ... A. C. Connelly ...WiUioaiaiieneii. Professional Cards. D R. J. G. BOYD. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. i he Dalles, Oregon. Office Dooms...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 September 1889

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7. 1889. A TALE OF TWO WOMEN. There are at present two women who are attracting the attention of the English speaking woild Mrs. May brick, who has been cn trial in London for the murder of her hus band by arsenic poison, and Mrs. Kay Hamilton, who attempted to murder her servant in a brutal manner. The former married ber husband for his money, and seeing another person up on whom she could lavish her affec 'tion, killed the man to whom she as wedded after being criminally intimate with the other. Mrs. Hamilton is an adventuress of the worst kind, and was taken from a questionable life in to the high circles of New York so ciety. In order to get possession of her husband's wealth and the jewels of his family she imposes a bastard upon lifm on riin nfTUnrinc' anrl mfilrpa A brn- tal nitemnt to butcher her servant ru - u d-l woman witu nunc uuiu iucnc trpatnres are Americans, livinff in this golden age of the republic, and reared with all the benefits of republican ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 September 1889

5 3 .tEfTEMBER 7. 1SS. Kail way Time Table of the O.K. A X. Co. The following Time Table is taken from the 0. R, N. Co.' - Schedule, and is intended to be a reliable UM or reference by those living al a dis tance om the city: A8TWARD. Express No, S, arrives Express No. 2, departs Express No. 4, arrives Express No. 4, departs VXS1WARD. Express No. 1, arrives..; Express No. 1, departs Express Ho, 3, arrives Express No. 3, departs , .11:45 A.M ,.1:10 P.M . 1:45 A.M . 2:0U A.A1 .12:30 A.M .12:40 A.M . 2:30 P.M . 2:40 P.il Cxmnrinn rates on the Columbia nver between Dailes and Upper Cascades, wili be nee Lire fur the round trip. Saturdays omy.ior parties. -j dwicbbuiui five. Children, half-price. Klickitat and return, 75 cents : Moeier. White Salmon and Hood River and return, 80 cents ; Upper Cascades and return, $2.00 ITEMS l.M BOIEP. From Wednesday's Daily. School taxes are due. Mr. Walter Fraine, of Cascade Locks, is in the city. The T.'s will hold their lair on the ISth, iOtb and 20t...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 September 1889

" . - i Ml.ooU nit eons. V F5. Military Cocrtesy. It seems hardly creditable to us, who believe everything to be fair in war, that such half savages as the Maoris, of New Zealand, should observe courtesies to ward their enemies which puts U3 to the blush. While they were at war with the English they invariably sent a notice when they were going to make an attack, as if they were coming on a friendly visit, and desired things to be ready for them. Ttey thought it very strange that the English did not give them similar notice. Sometimes two villages would get np n war with each other, and after fighting like tigers all day they would come oil of their little torts toward evening and talk over the day!s sport in the most friendly way. The next morning tney would begin again, to keep it up during the daytime and meet in the evening as before, in a sort of social reunion. An old missionary tells how, in one of these little wars, the occupants ot a fort sent word to their assailants that ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 7 September 1889

THE TIMES-MOUNTA NEER SDPPLEMEWT. THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1889. PATEBNAL COl'SSELS. What Alexander Philologus's Hire (Said to Him When he Left Home, "Alexander Philologa?, said the par ent, in a voice of sad vet stern, "you are about to go forth into tbe wide world to CHrve out your fortune. JSo doubt you have beautiful dreams of what you will achieve, la your mina's eye you see yourself coming home borne a year from now clad in velvet ana nue unen. trust that you may come home that way, but I fear that vour garments may be composed of burlap. You confidently expect to drive homeward down the sun lit road in a gorgeous equipage wim servants and retainers; L trust that you will not be obliged to walk homeward on the ties and get turnips from hired men to keen soul ana Doay logeuier You scoff at the idea, and you may scoff until the clangor of brazen bells an nouoce that the cows are coming home. I have beard young men scuff before at words that were suiced with wis...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 14 September 1889

TV Jit THE DALLES, OKEGON, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER U, 1889. NUMBER 5 OUSTAISEEB, Volume XXX CONSOLIDATED 1882. XIMKS-MOUSTAIXEEB, VIII Wkt PRINTED EVERY SV.UilDAY J M13HELL, ED TOR AKO PR.PRiETOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, Single copy, one year Biutfle copy sia months atfr-lerma strictlv in auvuni-e . 1.00 u. i - i,. itir, at The Voile; Or. , tu Second Clam Matter for trannniMtm tlu-auyh the mailt. LIS! OF STATE AND COUNT OFFICIALS. Governor Secretary of rftate. . .S. Pcnnover U.W. Merr, Treasurer . . .Ueo. W. Webb SaperimSSont of Public instruction . . E. P. iiw Senators 1 J. II. Milcheli Congressman Etate Printer B. Hermann .Frank baker Rh.-ifT Ceo. Herbert P?k U-H. Thompson &rVrv.v.'::::.: I i.eortre A. Young Commissioners u. A. Leareua Assessor vHf Hiirvevor .-t. bbart. Buuerintendent of Public School .... A. C. '-onncily Coroner William Mlcnell Professional Cards. D R. J. O. BOVD. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. be Dalles, Oregon. fne Dooms 5 and 6. over Moody & McLeodV etoro, corner 2d ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 14 September 1889

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1889. BRITISH FREE-TRADE. It is fair to presume that tbe free trade journals of the United States will riiake no comment on the great labor strike in London and Liverpool during the past week. If they were approached on this question they would say it is none of our affairs what happons in England; but they must not forget that Great Britain is the one great free-trade country of the world, and during the last canvass we were so often pointed to the accumu lated wealth of the British empii e that we are not liable to forget the matter easily. Even on the subject of wages Democratic papers attempt ed to prove that thn figures of wages paid in England were garbled and net stated correctly. Every time a few of Carnegie's iron-moulders demanded a rise in wages the fact was heralded far and wide; but when an army of 150, 000 sons of toil parade the streets of the world's metropolis, in a free-trade country, there is no comment ruadr. The facts made public by Mr. Na...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 14 September 1889

0 .SEPTEMBER 14. 18SP, fUstl way Time Table f the O.K. K. Co. The following Time Tabla is taken from the O. R. k N. Co.'s Schedule, and to inte-ided to be a reliable table or reference by those living at a dis tance om tne city: ASTWAOD. Express No. 5, amTea 11:45 A. M Express No. 2, departs W:10 P.M Express No. 4. arrives 1:45 A.M Express No. 4, departs 2:00 A.M Express No. 1, arrives... Express No. 1, departs .. Express No. 8, arrives... Express No. 3, departs .. .. 12:30 A.M ..12:40 A.M .. 4:30 P.M .. 2:40 P.M Excursion rates on the Columbia river between Dalles and Upper Cascades, will be one fare for the round trip, Saturdays only, for parties .-f not less than five. Children, half-price. Klickitat and return, 75 eents ; Hosier, White Salmon and Hood River and return, SO cents ; Upper Cascades and return, $2.00 ITEMS IX MIME P. From Tuesday's Daily. Mr. J. IF. Hendricks, of Hoo-l River, is in the city. , ' Senator Mitchell is sick at bis residence in Portland. Mr. Geo. Peterson...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 14 September 1889

T!tlIBB WEI S HER FEET. Her manner was so pe.isive, So sober was her air, That I began to wonder What grief she had to bear. She was not dressed in mourning, But in the latest style, She wore a Paris costume, But did not wear a smile. J he looked quite chic an.i dainty; Her hands were neatly gloved; Put, somehow, she looked just as if She never had been loved. And so at last I asked her if She'd lost her next of kin, "Oh, no!" she sighed; "it's only These boots I'm breaking i.i." Xt-gro JB'.oo 1 ia Bpiaal Columns. Indianapolis New. Capt. O. C. Terty, who has jast rc , signed the position of executive clerk to the governor to become a special pension examiner, was born and grew to man hood in Tennessee when slavery was is its prime. "I taw enough of slavery myself to set me against it,' said the captain a few days ago in speaking ot this period of bis caeer. "In several instances I saw slave children sold whose veins contained so much of their master's blood that their skins were wit...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 21 September 1889

T t r . MOUXTAISEEB, Volume XXX CONSOLIDATED 1882. THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1859, NUMBER G TIJlK-5IOUaiTAI-EEK. VIII PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY BT Jjhm Michell, Editor ahd Proprietor. tptjms nrr SUBSCRIPTION. - Sin?! copy, one year. n : . i Bi. mnnthi ............... A-w Dtii&lV a-Tarms strictl to aavanre Entered at the Po$toffice at The DaUa, Or., at Second Clou Hatter Jor trammuutm laruuyn " VUST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. n.... S. Pennover K.tar ri'kUt G. W. McBride Treasurer Uo-w-Webb Superintendent of Public lustniction..! P. McEiroy senators l J ' r - I J.H. Mitchell Congressman. State Printer.. Sheriff B. Hermann .Frank Baker COUNT. Geo. Herbert Clerk Treasurer Commissioners Assessor Surveyor Superintendent of Public School Coroner . ,i. H. Thompson Geo. Kuch i George A. Young I II. A. Leavens II. Gourlay E. F. Sharp .... A. C. Connelly ...William Michell. Professional Cards. rB. J. G. BOYD. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. i he Dalles, Oregon. Office Rooms S and ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 21 September 1889

4 SATURDAY..... SEPTEMBER 21. 1S89. JURIES AND JUSTICE. Tho Cronia murder tnal has dragged on for several days without a sirjgle juror being empannelled, and under the system pursued it will make every reading man ineligible. The . Chicago IrxterOcean of the 10th fays : It seems to be the opinion of the attorneys for the defense that no man is fitted for jury service who has heard or read of the case now at issue, or who has formed or expressed an opin ion, not upon the case itself but upon the rumors which are abroad concern ' ing it. Now, most men are able to ' divest themselves of opinions, which really are rather conjectures than opinions, formed by rumors, and to re ceive evidence as though it were the , first news of the matter presented to ' them. This is so generally true that ' the statutes of Illinois, which certain If lean to extreme jealousy of the powers of courts and prosecutors and to extreme care for the actual or po tential rights of persons accused of crime, do of ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 21 September 1889

SATURDAY SEPTEMIJER-1. 1SS! Railway Time Table or the O.K. A A.C The following Time Table is taken from the 0. K Jk N. Co.' Schedule, and is intended to be ' reliable table or reference by those living at a di? lance om the city: ASTWA2D. Hnress No. 2. arrives 11:4S A.S. Kxpress No. 2, depirts 14:10 P.i Ex pros No. 4. arrives '. 1:5 A.J- Express No. 4, departs 2:00 A.. Express No. 1, arrives.... Express No. 1, departs ... Express No. 3, arrive.... Express No. 3, departs .. . ..1S:30A. ..12:40 A.J. .. S:SU P.V .. 2:40 P. Excursion rates on the Columbia nver betweci Dalles and Upper Cascades, will be nnebre lor tb. round trip, Saturdays only.for parties not less thai five. Children, hail-price. Klickitat and return, 7 cents ; Hosier, White bslmon and Hood River an return, bO cents ; Upper Cascades and return, $2.0 ITE3IH IX BK1KP. From WednesJav's Daily. John Quirk, ot Fifteen .Mile, is in the city. Alex Hamilton, of Hood Klver, la in tbo city. Hou. A. II. Lvle. of CrooK county, is in...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 21 September 1889

V A Great Lawsuit. Tbe lawsuit ia Iowa over five calves alued at $45, rivals tbo famous case of Jarndyce fc Jarndyce, aod throws in -7 the shado our Oregon case of Dowell vs. ' ' Griswold, and the celebrated California . : case of Sarah Althea Hill Sharon Terry vs. 'Win. Sharon and his estate. From eastern exchanges we learn t'at this cule " brattd case was commenced in Jones county, Iowa, in 1874, by a man named . Johnson, to settle the ownership of five calves valued at $45. It has cost, up to the present time, $30,000; has impover ished several well to do farmer?, and has even depreciated the value of the proper ty where the parti ts live. It has rged . with increasing furry in Jones and in the surrounding counties for fifteen years. The Atlanta, Ga., Journal, whose editor recently wrote up the case from state ments "made by Col. Chas. E. Wheeler, who has been plaintiff s leading lawyer from tbe start, nays: "It has been be fore, the supreme court of Iowa' four times, and has bee...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 28 September 1889

BIOUXTAIXEEB, Volume XXX TiniiS-MOl'XTAlXEER, - VIII THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1889. CONSOLIDATED 1882. NUMBER 7 PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY J M MiCHELL, EDITOR AKD PRCPRiETGR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year Biutflu copy six months 4-lerma strictly in advance . 1.10 u...inmr at The Dade. Or. , an Second Vlcut ilatlerjor traiumunion Hatter for traiumunion through the mail: LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor Secretary pf otate Treasurer Superintendent oX Senators Congressman Bute Traitor.."... Sheriff .....S. Pejnoyer ..G.W. MeHride """"." Geo. w- Wt'bb Public instruction . . E. P. McElroy 1 J. H. Mitchell B. Uuruiann ' Frank baker COCXT. Geo. Herbert ' G. II. Thompson Cle-M Treasurer Commissioners Assessor Surveyor Buierintendent of Coroner p Geo. Ruch i" George A. Young H. A. Leavens II. Gourlay ' E. F. Sharp Public School .... A. C. Ccnneirj ...William Michell Professional Cards. D U. J. G. BOYD. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 'i lie Dalles, Oregon. Offi...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 28 September 1889

SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1SSU. A PARTI' OF PRINCIPLES. The Democratic press have nomi nated Harrison as Republican candi date in l$9 The nttionai conven tion which meets to ou-.line the policy of the pajty may or may not see fit to nominate the present incumbent as standard-bearer in the coming canvass. In the latter emergency we sympathize with our friends of the opposite politi cal persuasion for being premature in their calculations. The Republican ' party is a party of principles, not men, and it makes little difference who se cures the nomination, so that he up holds the great fundamental doctrines - of the organization. We cannot say as much of Democracy. In 13G4 that parly, in session in Chicago, resolved that "this war is a failure," oud this was at the time that Lee, with his Confederates, were cannonading Get tysburg. This party went before the country during that campaign on this iasue, with a Union general as their leader. The following campaign, -in 1863, Democrats raise...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 28 September 1889

ImS: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2J, 1SS! Hallway TiweTabie or tiie O.U.A X. Co. The following Time Table ia taken from the O. It. & N. Co.'n Schedule, and is intended to be a . reliable table or reference by those hviajr ax a dis- buioe om the city: AHTWAJtD. Express No. 2, arrives 11:45 A M Express No. 2. depart 110 P.M Express No. 4, arrives 1:45 A.M Exwreas No. 4. departs 2:0u A.M WESlWiRJ). Express No. 1, arrives.. Exirew No. 1, departs . bxi'tcxs No. 3, arrives.. Express No, 3, departs . .12:30 A.M .12:4i A.M . 2::w P.M . 2:10 P.M Excursion rates on the Cclcmlila river between Daiics and Upper Cascades, will le one fare for the round trip. Saturdays only, lor names. I not less man five. Children, half-price. Klickitat and return, 75 cents ; Hosier, white baimou and fio.nl Kiver and return, 90 cents ; Upper Cascade, and return, $2.00 ITEM 1 UiUEr". From Tuesday's Daily. A heavy dew falls eacU evening. The dav s are pleasant and agreeable. A large hotel is soon to ba built at Pasco. ...

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