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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 11 January 1890

In Russia, where there's dynamite in every breath they draw, Where every tody has a name that almost breaks ycurjaw. Where they double up up the alphabet and rudelv break it off. And half the names you chance to meet resemble vthoopinkopff. - 'Tis there they recently arranged some influenzal fad That everybody's got to have, and got to have it bad. Already it has found its way to lands beyond the seas, It's in Portland there! Kerchew! I knew I'd have to sneeze. - We'd thank the Russians if they'd keep their vile, explosive stuff, " . -We people here are not quite up to taking Russian snuff. .; "Tis not an awful pretty sight to see , Columbia pose In attitudes that woo the sneeze with kerchief to her nose. , We have hay fever of our own to last us ' half the year, But now their baled variety for winter -use is here. There seems to be no lack of things olfactive nerves to tease. Our noses keep us busy there! Ker- - - chewt Excuse the sneeze. A sneeze is such a stubborn thing it's boun...

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. — 18 January 1890

Ci MOUXTAI.YKEII, Volume XXX THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1890. CONSOLIDATED 18S2. NUMBER 23: KVEHY SATURDAY John Miclell, Editor akd PaepRiEica TERMS OF SETB3CRIPTIOX. Slavic cu;y, on rear. ... ff2.0l S.jf!e cony ii mouths - 1.00 . (1ermj. strict! v in aovanre tc nlered at the J'wttopce at TUe 'Dalle, Or. , at Second Clan Matter for Waiumittion throwjn lite mails. LIST OF STATE AND BOUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor S. Pennover Secretary of otate., . . v. ......... .0. W. SlcBridc Tiuas-.irur .Geot W. Webb Superintendent of Public inslroctiou.. E. P. KcElroy - ' I J. N. iMllUtl seniors (J.H. Jliuncll Congressman '. B. Hermann Bute .Printer Frank linker '!ITXT'V. Geo. Herbert . . , 0 . 11 . Thoni i.eon ...Ow. Ruch Gwree A. Voui 1. A. ijcavetis Assessor " Uourlay Surveyor .. K. r . bnarp Superint eeut of Public School .... A. C. Omiieiiy Coroner ....... V illuin auvhell, Sheriff Clei-k Treasurer....... Commit t-i ners. --( Professional C rds. D P.. J. O. BOYD. PHYSICIAN AND SURG...

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. — 18 January 1890

C2-J SATURDAY ...JANUARY 18,11890 THE UNION PACIFIC. For over twenty years The Dalles has suffered under the domination of a railroad corporation whose pecuniary in terests were centered in Portland, and which practiced every kind of extor tion in its traffic with the interior for the benefit of the terminal port. Every effort at opposition on the Columbia wax rendered futile by this wealthy corporation controlling the only avail able portages around the obstructions at the Cascades and between this city and Celilo. The directers appeared to be deaf to every petition for redress, and (he settlers in Eastern Oregon lost all hopes of relief from (hat source. The O. R. it N. Co. was a local road, and appeared to take no interest in the development of the country. When the canal at the Cas cades was first commenced, producers breathed freer, and anxiously looked forward to the time when they could transport the rich and varied prodnc- tions of this prolific soil to seaboard without acce...

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. — 18 January 1890

mm SATURDAY.....:. JANUARY 18. 1S90 HnllwayTIrae Table of the O.lt-A SI. Co The following Time Tablo is taken from the O. R. K. Co. Schedule, end is intended to be i reliable-table or reference by the living at a dia- tanee om the city: aSTWAKO. Ktnrni Vo. i. amrea 11:45 A.M Impress No. 2, depart. .12:10 P.M Express No. t, arrives -.M Lxpress Ko. , departs..... f.UUA.il vrniwAED. Exnress No. 1. arrives 12 30 A.M .'IxprcM No. 1, depart 12: A.M Eiurew Wo. S, arrives P-M Exureas Ho. 8. depart 2:40 F.M ITEHU l liHUKF. From Wednesday's Dailv. About three inches of snow fell last night, The merry jingle of cle:sh bells is heard every hour of the day. Winter sports are now in successful oper ation, ana oar people are nappy. The snow is 40 feet deep on some of the C F. R. li. snow sheds in the Sierras The weather is mild and spring-like to day, notwithstanding the full of snow last night. The adjusters of insurance compauies ot losses in the late Hie Lave not yet ar rived in the city. A bra...

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. — 18 January 1890

Cu0 Giving in Marriage. . .Tma6, let us H together for a ipactv - -, la this still room, remote . from friendly mirth, Afar from litrht and music face to face, Each unto each the dearest thingon earth. Love, they have left or, our two bonny brides. Our tall, grave girl, our winsome, laughing pet: Ah me! How wide the chasm that divides Our life from theirs; how for their feet are From the calm path they trod with us so !ong Jiow we shall miss them, we who loved thorn so, Fn winter eights, when winds are Wowing. stronir, !i On Bummer mornings when therc9es blow. Hut happy but wo still clasp hand in band, Eyo still meets eyo and true hearts under stand. Lore, they have toft us empty of the mirth ' That cheered c-iir homestead while they ao- Journd here: Ton. they have left us lately on the earth. Lone, but together, solitude most dear; I ti. God, go lib tbem to the stranger nests. That love baa built for them and theirs to come. " : I od keep all warm and living in their breasts Love's...

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. — 25 January 1890

9 3&! CO THE DALLES, OKEGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1890. NUMBER 24. MOPSTAISEEB, Valnaae XXX CONSOLIDATED 1882. 6Er 4 -j3l II M UUlllV Of : i Miscellaneous. I Banks. PRINTED EVERY SATUBDAY John Micheli, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Binfle eopy, one year.... .0 Siuirla eoDV bLl month! -w aarTenaa strict! in anvanre (entered at the fotiofice at The Dalla, Or., at Second Clou Matter Jot transmutum wuugn uw whu. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor 8. Pennover )WrpUrT of Statu G. W. McBride Treasurer .' Geo. W. Webb Superintendent ol Public luntruction.-E. P. McElroy j J. N. Dolph Senators . 1 J. H. Mitchell rraimMMui ..... B. Hermann 8UU Printer. Frank V" Sheriff Oeo. Herbert Clerk: u. u.xnompson Treasurer Geo- Kuch , . I George A. Young Commit nooerf H. A. Leaveas 4nr -H-. Gourlay Surveyor E. F. snarp 8uoerint dent of Public School .... A. C. Connelly Coroner William Michell, Profea'ionaJ C rds. D R. J. O. BOTD. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 'ihe Dalles, Oregon. ...

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. — 25 January 1890

p - V imr5-Mtmalaiui.fi;. SYTCJRDAY "..JANUARY. 23 1890 CONFEDERATED LABOR. For tie hut few jearH there has been an effort made by tbe laborers of this and other countries to combine in defense of their rights, and against ' the attacks of consolidated capital In the United States there has been nothing of a communistic or socialistic tendency - in these combinations, and the constitutions and by-laws of these organizations have expressly stated their aim to be not to change the social fabric or form of government, bat simply, within the law, to attempt a desired reformation which would make politics purer and the rights of working men more generally re spected. This object will commend itself to every patriotic citizen, for all must acknowledge that politics has lie come most debasing in its aims and the means for the accomplishment of its ends. The wageworkers of this coun try are generally men of intelligence, and cannot be considered in any differ ent grade ot society trom loose...

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. — 25 January 1890

....JANUARY 25, 1S90 Kail-way Time Tbie of the O.K. A N. Co. The following Timo Table ii taken from the O. B. k N. Co.'n Schedule, and to intended to be a reliable taile or reference by thaw living at uis- om theory: ASTWAW. . Kxprese No. i, arrive Express No. 2, departs Exuras No. , arriree , Express No. 4, departs raiuu. Express Ko, I, arrives !'jireig No. 1, deport ExpreM Ho. V arrivea Exprcaa No. S, deparu ..11:15 A. JI ..12:10 fjl .. 1:45 A. M .. 2:00 A.M ..12:30 A.M ..12:40 A M .. 2:30 P.M .. 2:40 P.M ITEMS I SI BK1KF. . From Wednesday Daily. Mr. W. Wolf is confined to bia room by a severe attack of rheumatism. Mr. B. F. Hoke bas been admitted to practice as attorney before the land office In this city. The late severe weather has caused the death of a large number of jack rabbits near Pendleion. There is about a foot ot snow at Grant, , and a foot on the level on the prairie. The , temperature is 23 above zero. - - Suow fell, first on Dec. 201U and hascon- tinned ver since. F...

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. — 25 January 1890

IXDl'fcTBIES OF TUB STATES. Alabama ranks fourth in cotton. ; . Arizona ranks second in silver. California ranks first in barley, grape culture, sbeep, gold and quicksilver. Colorado ranks first in silver. Connecticut ranks first in clocks. Delaware is way up in peaches. Dakota is the finest wheat-growing state. Florida ranks third in sugar and mo lasses. Georgia ranks second in rice and sweet , potatoes. Indiana ranks second in wbeat. Illinois raaks first in oats, meat pack ing, lumber traffic, malt and distilled . liquors, and miles of railway. 1 Iowa ranks brst in average intelligence of population, first in production of corn, and first in number of swine. ' Idaho ranks sixth is gold and silver. Kansas ranks fifth in cattle, corn and rye. Kentucky ranks first in tobacco, and lias a world wide reputation for thorough bred horses and cattle. Louisana ranks first in sugar and mo lasses. - Maine ranks first in ship-building, slate and granite quarries, lumberiug and fish ing. . Mary...

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. — 1 February 1890

CO SSESESS&Tm consolidated isss. THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1890. NUMBER 25. PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY BY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor. TEEMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Blnyle copy, one yrar Single copy eix mouths 49-Terms strict in advance ,2.M . 1.00 H ntered at the Pottofice at The DaUet, Or., at Second Qiast Matter JOT iranemwtvn w ""a" ----- LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. GoTeraor Secretary of State S. Pennover G.W.McBride nv w. Webb Superintendent of Kbite inrtriVtton." B. P- Treasurer.. Senators J. H. Mitchell eonrre.n lkSSS SUM Trinter Frnk ukc' COUNT. " ' , Sheriff :rS'f!iS" Treuiurer Go. Kuch CommlraVwers i H. A. Leavens H. Gourlay ft..rv.., E.F.8lrp Snnartnt !nt of Public School .... A. C. Connelly iii William Micneii. Professional C rds. D R. J. a. BOYD. -DTlvtsiPf A V AKTl RTTRGEON. A u m U. UA.K.. ihe Dalles, Oregon. Office Booms 6 and , over Moody McLftod's a J A orM.nn U I a score, eomer zu n Residence North side Fourth St., near Lincoln. Calls in c...

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. — 1 February 1890

- SATURDAY. ..... ..FKBRUARY 1, 1890 SOCIALISM IN GERMANY. Socialism is not dead in Germany by aay means.. The last bill in the reichstagg against democracy was de r feated by a good majority, and Bis march must be vigilant if he can bend the Germans to his wilL They are a thinking people, and while the pre mier, can force the sc pteunial bill through a subservient legislature, yet . he cannot chain the thoughts of the university men. They will judge mat ters in the cool light of reason, and their conclusions will be drawn from ' logical premises. In Russia a large . majority of these thinkers are in the penal colonies of Siberia, where they cannot do much harm to despotism and autocracy, and tho army which do the fighting are from the unthinking masses, who view the czar, as their "little father," and desire no other - freedom than to live, fight for the country, eat and drink when they are " hungry and thirsty and die when their : -; "time comes.". In Germany it is far different. ...

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. — 1 February 1890

5 BATURDAY. ....... FEBRUARY 1 1890 Railway I Into Table of the O.K. A S. Co The following Time TabU is taken from the O. B. s. m vi ksiiIa. mni is intended to be a reliable table or reference by those living at dis- taae tram the city: KlSTWARD. ... 11:45 A.M ....12:10 P.M Espial No. I, amre Express No. 2, depart Express No. 4, sxnves ' Express No. 4, departs wcmvaed Express No. 1, nives .... Ix press No. 1, departs Express No. 3, arrives Kx press No. 3, departs 1:45 A.M fcOO A.M ..1230 A.M ..12:41) A.M .. SUSO P.M .. 2:40 P.M R lTstttS iai UK1EK. From Tuesday's Daily. T.iC baromiter indicates ram. Judge Bird is slowly recovering; from hi lare severe attack of sickness. If the present soft weather continues to day will be the last day of sleighing. " A regular Webfoot rain commenced this r - j i w -i A- anernoon in irooa earnest, juay it cumiuue. The thermometer marked yesterday 4G degress above zero. Last night it was just down to freezing point. Two west-bound trains arrived to-d...

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. — 1 February 1890

koxa o na uxmmoTiVki fWritten forthe Tmn-MocxiAisEKE. I im builded by men of mechanical skill, I am polished, admired and petted; bnt 8tiU -11 I'm a monster; guided by men of invincible will At d a matchless nerve, that laugh at fear, 1 hough they held in their hands many lives ao dear. Be it brooding night, or enchanting day, At their magic touch I'm off and away. Away, across tne continent. Slowly I move when beginning the race, . My couplings clank with a modest grace; I elide from tlie town and 'round the curve With s graceful swing, but never a swerve From the steel-clinched track, My home, my pride; with a clickety-clack I leave the smoking town at my back, I'm off to cross the continent. Then I tear along at the lightning's pace. Quaking the earth in my flying race. I approach the towns with a shrill halloo; I come whether skies be dark or blue; From ocean to ocean, from shore to shore I traverse the country o'er and o'er. Like the God of storms I thunder and roar, Away, acro...

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. — 8 February 1890

HoiraTAixBBK. . jpl MES-MOUSTAIKEEK, " PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY Tr .,. .; John Micheil, Editor akd Proprietor, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year. Smirle copy nxxiths - ....S2.W 1.00 sr-Ternis strtctlv io aavanoo M nterml at the PoHojlc at. TheDaUe Or, a. &mf Clan Matter jar irannmwivn LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Coventor Secretary of State Treasurer Superintendent of Senator Congressman Bute Printer Sheriff..:........' Clerk .......... Treasurer ........ Commissioners. . .. 8. Pcnnoyet """"" Q.W.McBride Goo. w. eoo KbUciriirucUoo .P,Mproy .- J. H. Mitchell .... B. Hermann ." Frank Baker n,. Herbert Q. H.Thompson ...Geo. Ruch ( George A. Young 1 H. A. Leaveoa ..H-Gourlay Assessor Burveyor Buperint dent of Coroner .... B.F. Sharp w.:::iw33K Professional C rd. D ,E. J. O. BOYD. vaYGiniw AVI) STTRGEON. he Dalles, Oregon. Office Rooms 5 and t, over Moody fc McLeod's A J I ur..klirnM Hi a store, corner w "u " - , , Kedence North aide Fourth St., near Lincoln. Cll In c...

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. — 8 February 1890

Miims-Wmstnimtt. SATURDAY FEBRUABY 8, 1890 . PROTECTION NOT THE CAUSE. In the Sun of Feb. 5 th, under cor respondence of date of Wasco, Jan. 29th, we find the following: in the 1 imes-Mountaineeb s issue or the 26th inst. is an' editorial under the head of "Confederated Labor.? ' The editor has said many good things. Among tuo utterances contained there ' in is the following to-wit: "The accumulation of riches has the natural effect to make one sordid and selfish. ' This sentence set me to thinking. I am. fully persuaded that he is correct. ' But why the need of ' these organizations of laborers as he ' says "in defence of their lights?' What is it that fosters these great corporations with whom every labor ing man has to contend? Is it not rcaiiy me protective system of our government shutting out many of the necessaries of life, which enables those corporations to grow rich, sordid and selGsb? Are not coal, salt and sugar unnecessarily protected? Aren't the coal mines all over Ame...

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. — 8 February 1890

SATURDAY. .FEBRUARY 8, 1890 Bali-sray Time Table, Unloni Paelffle, . BASTWA1D. Express Ko, nrrrves Exis Mow 4, arrive , Freight No. J4, departs.......... ' Frtht No: itt, departs . nmiu ' Expruee "No. 1, arrives .... Sprees No. S, departs ..... .-freight No. 27, arrjves r- -Freight No. 21, depart. .... 1:20A.H .... 10:45 A.M .... 6:46 A.M ,...1230 I'M .... 2:45 P.M .... 8:40 P.M 8:30 A. M ...1230 P.M i- ... XTJEatSJ IN HXlKr. .,.-. From Wednesday's Daily. ' '.- A light frost last night. xfr w .T Snnrloriuifl. of La Grande, is - - among the delayed passengers in this city. Tbroni;h connection with the far east is nit I daily, and to-day we received a Chicago daily paper of Feb. 1st. - A work train 'with a crew of laborers stilted down the road this morning to work on track west of The Dulles. In a day or two the portage will be in good condition, and then The Dalles will . fe in daily communication with Western Oregon. , ; The portage at the Cascades Is not in the- best condition, an...

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. — 8 February 1890

J- BCttAPS. Recent Discoveries tn the Rca'nia of Seleaee, . .The electric lighfcof 20,000,000 candle power' in the. lighthouse at Hanstolm, . crest of Jutland, said to be the most powerful light in the world, is now lighted . for service. - -' "'V'- Eiperiments during three months taken to determine the velocity of the wind at the top of the Eiffel tower show a mean velocity three times greater at the summit than at the base. ... ... . ' In Germany they are making coffee - from linseed meal roasted to a dark brown color and miied wjjh some glutinous substance before passing through lna ; chines which form it in. the shape cf beans.. - . Iron is rolled so" thin at the Pittsburg iron mills that 12,000 sheets are required to make a Single inch in thickness. : Light 'shines through one of these sheets as readily as it does through grei ed tis sue paper. . - German chemkts have discovered in ' the cocoanut a" fatty substitute for butter, and it is being produced In large quanti ties at M...

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. — 15 February 1890

T MM Volume XXX PlME-MOUHTAISEEB, Vllt PJZLNTED EVER SATURDAY... : BY John Micheil, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. tsinjta copy, one rear . . .-. ............ i w Siug-leeopy aii month, . S-Terms stricUv In adranre .0 . 1.00 entered at the Potofieeat The DaUee, Or.. Second (,' s Matter or transmission through the matte. LIST OF STATE AND COUnTY OFFICIALS. Governor..- Secretary of State -. .......8. Pennover O.W.McBrvie fiv W. Webb Superintendent of r-bUc I Mtruction .'. E. P.'McElroy Senator Congreasraan..... Bute Printer Sheriff...'. Clerk Treamrer ........ CommiMBOnen . . Assessor Burru'or. ........ I e. n. loipu i. H. Mitchell R If ennuin ".".".V.'.V.V." Frank Baker Geo. Herbert pompson ' " j George A. Young " 1 . A. 1 vei . H. Gourlay . . V. V Rharn Public Iooi 7.7." A. C. Copnelly Buperlnt dent of Coroner TT IH'mT" Professional C rds. D ,R. J.O.BOYD. TjnvcmiM AVH RTTRfSEON. Office Boomi 5 and over Moody. McLeod's (tore, corner td aad Washington Su. - Residence No...

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. — 15 February 1890

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15, 1800 ' PARNELL VINDICATED. The report of the special commis sion to investigate the charges made by the London Time against Mr. Parnell was laid upon the table in the House of Commons yesterday. - J adges Hanen, Day and Smith constituted the tribunal before which the trial was had, and a very careful and elaborate investigation of the whole matter was made. The final conclusions clear Mr. Farnell of any complicity in the crimes with which the Times coupled his name, while, in other points, they ad minister censure to Mr. Parnell and his followers. We cannot enter into the spirit of this subject on this side of the ocean the. same as if we liyed in Great Britain. One has to be in the midst of the great political fights to drink in the stimulus to the actual " motiyes; but we know enough of poli tics in America to understand that parties become very, bitter toward each other, and that' men otherwise honest will do many questionable acts while under the influence ...

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. — 15 February 1890

SATURDAY ..... .FEBRUARY 15, 1890 Railway Ttate Tabic, Ualoa raeifle UITWiU. Eipioss No. 1, amr..., Express No. s, arrlree..., Freight No. Si, dnwll . . Freight No. U, departs... m CxpressXo.1, aiilves... . xpress No. 3, depart ... Freight No. S7, anres... freight No. SI, departs.. 1:20 A II ...10:46 A. M ... 8:45 A. M ...12:80 I' M ... 1:45 P.V ... 2:40 KM ... 8:30 AM ...1X20P.M 1TKMJ IM BMltr. : From Wednesday's Daily. -A oold springlike rain tell this morning. The track ii now open to Portland, and train are on time. The Ion. of stock in tbia county i yery mall. It will fall abort of 5 per cent. St Paul's Episcopal church has been repaired outside, and now has a neat and new appearance. In toe Kingsler district some bridge and ft-ncee are washed awsy; bat not to cause any mi ten I damage. Mr. Goodwin thinks that the celebrated Sandmann. will open in Shakespearean drama next Monday and Tuesday. Our dealers are baying a large number of sheep pelts. .Many of these do not come from t...

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