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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1893
White Salmow, Jnne8, 189.1.
Tn, indication! early thU morning
, not Tory UToraDie lor m iii...
.fur an outing, m there km every
' .. Hu Thnrnfore the
curlonUtiwholofton the Kegulator
ffliiterilnion were not, vwry uu....
being only about loriy vw-
. i .x.lr.rr.rrl at Hood
frer by aixut w 11 number. I ion
riving t White Salmon they were met
vera iiuwotw .......
the teami ol tne cimich. " .v
. 1 . .... ...a. nf t ViMI r fFIIMtfl.
klmon, ami n. - .
r I i.IiMiunMi .if
Vd tbea commence- ... - -
U day, which were "j "
one of the mom ..--.
the river. The rule from the landing
the camp ground about two milet
. i ..Miitiin rrifaj! In ft.linf.Nt
V. tip a loveiy u." -- -
jf.mplete avenueol oak., puie and ma-
Vpon arrival at the ground, the rem
X.t of Mr. nd Mr". A. H. Jewett.the
prise to tho l,o had never viHited
jbui Ntfore wh a grand one. Keauti
1 grHBy lawn", flowering Hlirulm, ro8e
jhI other mi rouH plants- perfuming
iie air with their fragrance, the tnoir-
ki fluent ntxiiery both up and down the
liver, with ML Hood in the foreground,
I ...... . IT.-
knd tlie pretty little town oi noeu uiver
itting tlie aouth bank of the lolumbia
I united in making the firtit introduc
on to White Salmon an ever inemor-
leone. One of tlie excurHioniHtn ex-
niuicd ; "There I no hwukI place to
.iaunthe river." After fuuHting the
n uon the lovely ncenery, tiie party
)gi(il to tlie couiniodioui barn which
id (wen fHtMined Mid adorned with
jurgrce im and llan iu a most artiHtic
Tlie following program wu then run-
inl ill Welcome M'
K. J. .M 1 lit. I
H.'l'ome Address imin a,iiino '";')
. . Sllis r.tnc iwimn
llchalf o( Mate draiigr . J.O. Willi!
.flolie In i
mill Address of Worthy Master Il L. ISiism'II
clietstol lirtlliar v ors Hint, c, i.. niuiwi
hiilil, "Who VWll Heap"'
h .iliuitcer Addresses . H.
hi . niMiu. l the i.rsiiBC.
4 Hunt, "W' here 'I here " a
V C..T V. Work . . .
k-'UK'Thc Fanner's till 3
ildnK .... ' whkikt
iliuitcer Autlressits .11. M. 1 Milliter SHU lilll'TB
. Jll". .t'T III
W ill ThOT'ii Wiiv."
Mih. K. 1.. Smith
The I uriinT tin- MitiiTlmt Kwlii I All
A uimnimour) vote of thanki wan tcn-
Icrrd Mm. Urnilli for words of greeting
nd encouragement. Her addretw wiib
itv fine. The address of J. M. Wagner
If baleui was an equally happy effort,
rell wortliy of reproduction in printed
At 11! ::t) an adjonrutuent wag made
id the cui'Mti of the White Salmon
ijilc strolled over the grounds, played
liquet, qnoita, ball, etc., until 1:30,
!ifii a call was made to come and eat,
lr"all things were ready," and what a
Luit! barbecued-beef, done to jierfec-
un, pies, berries and cream, etc., etc.,
Ivnoiiirli ana lo siiau, aunougu uvcr
fMMttlt hud partaken. Quite a number
lwtnltM iiranger ppucaiiunn on inc
iut it that table was a sample of the
Ivtj dmngurs lived, and we understood
Jt was the fifth degree of that order.
lll.in..i..l1n.fill.u, l.f.nv r.r ton In
"il'.l n uuiii iiv.uvi . v. " ...
cm chattering, the whistle reminded
m that we must leave this most en
jciiunting place, Iloud Kivcr and The
'ullt's joining in saying that never were
ui-Hts more royally entertained, and es-
eciul thanks were due to Mr. and Mrs.
wett, whose untiring efforts and oen-
eorted generusity bad made the day
Inch a pleasant one to all who were
here. That an exceedingly good time
in store for the members of the Wasli-
iton Mate Cirauge, now convened
icre, is assured, if today is to be taken
a sample. The bright and happy
Lavs indicated that they fully expect
iial it will be.
In closing will say thut those who
UUed to avail themselves of the oppor-
imty of taking this excursion missed
best of the season. Coli'mhi-m.
The filth annual session of the Wash-
'iglon State Grange, assembled at
I'liite fealmon on June Cth, called to
'(It at 10 o'clock a. in. A large dele-
Jitiim of I'atrous of Husbandry were in
(tendance at the opening.
At 11 a. iu. ah ven sension of the
'range was had for the entertainment
' invited guests, a large number of
whom had resoonded to cordial invi-
tion ifiven them bv the Grange.
'any friends from The Hallos and Hood
iver availed themselves of the excur
un trip of the steamer Regulator and
tint trin. erasnins the band and
"king bread with the Granger.
At 5 p. in. the senial agent of the D.
f - & A. N. Co. announced that the best
f friends must part, and. after many
"'1 parting words, tlie teams conveyed
lie UUfntll tn tha atwu nmr lnffiilAtor.
'li'r which the amis and daughters of
"I resnmed their session.
Called to order at 7 :30 p. tu.
A reHoIution was introduced to pro
iliit private corporations from using
ublit: bighwavs for private piirtKimis.
I'ferred to committee on lruixlation.
The reports of the dillercnt State
rmigo ollicers wore receivetl and ro
rred to the proper committees.
The ri'xirts of suliordiimte Granges
After some other detail work the
riKC adjourned to meet June Vth, ut
Tlmt modern I'top'.a which Ih planned
be fturli'il nenr Mniiru Kails in New
York state I exciting much comment
and interest. The general feeling ia
that it cannot succeed, but, as such ex
periments are at least amusing, the
world looki on, caring little what is the
actual result. This ideal scheme con
templates the collection of 200,000 peo
ple in perfectly laid out, constructed
and managed city In which they shall
submit themselves to laws enforcing
strict sobriety, Indnstry and good order.
Indeed this all does sound well, but
man has unfortunately Inherited an im
pulse from Adam to do just as he
pleases. That characteristic caused
trouble to the first couple God made in
the very first ideal community. If It
failed then, what can we expect of the
experiment of the presentT
Men are prouder of personal liberty
than any other right, and any system of
ideal government which depends upon
either its absolute or partial surrender
will never be possible until there is a
new heaven and a new earth. Like
many other communal Utopias, it may
succeed for awhile, but eventually the
natural Independence of tlie mind and
heart will assert itself, resulting in the
destruction of rule and laws which,
though wholesome In intent, do not bar
monize with man's nature. Tele
Among; ths Antlqaarlana.
Many antique curiosities are to be
found in The Dalles for a little search
ing. t. Kinersly recently exhibited to
ns a land patent for l(W) acres in the
territory of Arkansas, granted to An
drew Michael April 2:1, 18-1, "in pursu
ance of the act of congrefs appropriat
ing and granting land to the late army
of the United States, pafsed on and
since Die f.th day of May, 1812." At
tached is the hold signature of James
Monroe, president of the United
S. I'.. Adams has in ins possession a
deed iHHtieJ in the time of George III,
which bus Wen handed down through
the successive generations. It recites
that Noah iriswold releases M acrwe of
land in the township of Windsor, county
of Hartford, colony of Connecticut, to
his son, "this 23th day of September,
in the Kith year of the reign of our fov
ereign lord, GKOliUE the Third, of
Great Ilritain, A. I. 1773."
H. C. Nielsen, when a boy in Schles
wig, Germany, dug up a number of old
coins which are vet in his possession,
siime of which show evidence of great
age. They are of brass and copjier.
One bears the impression of Frederick
III, and dated 1060. Another has a rep
resentation of the run, moon and seven
stars and the inscription Alexins, as
near as can be deciphered. This is
thought to mean Alexander the Great.
A number of others have the likenesses
of the Koiuan profile, others the Greek,
with their peculiar semi-circular head
dress. They have lieen stamped upon
dies by malleable force, the edges are
rough and the coin unsymetrical. They
are probably of great value, though Mr.
Nielsen has never taken the trouble to
Jorh Booth' Death.
The coroner's jury in rendering the
verdict on the death of Joseph Booth
were unanimous In censuring both the
management of the hospital for not no
tifying the coroner of the death of Booth,
and the undertaker for the part taken
by him in the disposition of the body
before an inquest or examination had
The jury found the Union I'aciGc
Company negligent in not placing a
signal on their transfer table, such as a
bell which would ring, or a whistle to
blow, when the table was in motion in
the pit. This pit is about' 30 feet in
width and about 100 yards long, and the
table extends the entire width of it,
leaving but about 3 inches at either
side between the ends of the table and
the walls of the pit.
The engineer, Gust Liedtke, was en
gaged iu transfcring a car from a track
at the lower end of the pit to another at
the upper end, leading to carhouse No.
3. Booth was working at the side of the
pit, and when be saw the table ap
proaching, driven by a steam engine,
endeavored to cliuib up the tide of the
wall, but he was too late, and his legs
were caught between tlie wall and the
table, crushing them horribly. Tele
gram. Tha Big Show.
Sanger A Lent's Combined Circus,
Menagerie, Hippodrome, Oceanic Aqua
rium and Congress of Living Wonders,
will exhibit at The Dalles June 2Mi
Report from all quarters pronounce the
shows the leaders la tented amusements
and cannot fail to Interest the masses
That it possesses many rare animals
never before seen in this country, the
only real Aquatic Show of sea animals,
great Hippodrome, a Double Circus
and many phenomenal living wonders
is without question. Its career has
been a triumphal success. It is enthu
siastically received and immensely pa
tronized everywhere it spreads its tents,
and it is said to give more and better
show than any other organization in j
America. Tho newspapers are uiinni-!
....... I ;u i.nise. We look for a irrand
f tho populace on show day.
P.e it known to nil whom it may con-
. . . ., . i. i.
rem, Ilial nic pinion mri'iiu noun
M. ,i..r rri'.'k run l urivate pnlertv.
iu., I tint aH ti -hiiii: and hiiiitnii! within
tlie iiii lofiiits i iri-ip:iH, and will I)'
treated as sucli hereafter. 6 8ot
A Wulil(l Jdwa Dom Nat Take
All Ray Far a KaliB.
Attorney Rlddell went over Into Wash
ington yesterday on court business be
fore Judge Smith. Arriving at the jus
tice dispensary he waa directed to
Smith's house for the missing judge, a
hort distance in the country. Here he
was again referred to the field, where,
the judge in his shirt sleeves, and a
broad straw hat, perched on a mowing
machine, was cutting hay. Riddell
stated his mission and the judge said,
"wait till I get to the corner." After
driving to the corner of the field, and
squaring around the machine ready for
the next swath, the judge said, "now
proceed." "Your honor," said Riddell,
putting one foot on the circumference of
the wheel, and looking up at the sweat
ing court, "I wish to make a motion for
default in the case of .''
"Granted. Court'i adjourned. Git
up, you lazy brutes. What are you
fool in' about?"
"Good day, judge."
"Good day," was the somewhat in
distinct response, as the song of the
sickle contended for auricular attention,
and Riddell, with an amused smile,
Wo the undersigned, the jury empan-
neled to inquire into the cause of the
death of Amos Rills, after having all of
the testimony offered before us, hereby
find that the said Amos Rills came to
his death by drowning while attempting
to cross the John Pay river in a small
boat, and that no person is in any way
connected with the deuth of said de.
ceaned, and that the drowning of said
deceased was an unavoidable accident.
W. T. WlKKMAS,
, E. P. FlT.GnttALD,
A. W. Fahgmer,
J. N. Later,
The little Inland Star is perpetually
gutting into trouble. In trying to make
a landing recently a spring line rope
caught in the propeller so as to render
it unmanageable. It fianally drifted
down on to a rock, where at last ac
counts, it still remains, abandoned.
9iew T. M. C. A. Trepidant.
Mr. George N. Bierce, of Dayton, O.
is the new president of the International
Y. M. C. A. He was born at Nelson,
Ohio, in 134:
When the war of
the rebellion broke
out lie enlisted in
the 93d Ohio Vol
for 18 months, when
tated his discharge.
After recovering he
again enlisted, this
time as adjutant of
the 131st Regiment, and served until
the close of the war. M. Bierce is sec
retary of the Stillwell-Bierce and Smith
Vaile Co., engineers and machinists, of
Dayton O. He is president of the Con
solidated Roller Mill Co., having its
headquarters at Chicago, and is also
president of the Buckeye Building and
Loan Association of Dayton, O. He
has for years taken an active interest in
the Y. M. C. A.
I will organize a teachers' review
class, preparatory to quarterly examin
ation in August, beginning June 20th
and continuing five weeks. Corespond
ence solicited. C. L. Gilbert,
w2t Hood River, Or.
Tlier Conalder the Kalmoa
Astoria, Or., June 6. During the
last two days, fieh have not been run
ning as well as was expected, and the
total pack for the w hole river np to to
night is 88,500 cases. Today 300 boats
cauie in to the Astoriacanneries with an
average of eight fish each, weighing 26
pounds. The canneryuieu are looking
at the situation as utterly hopeless for
this vear, and while it may not be as
bad as that, prospects seem anything
but encouraging. If the park during
the next ten days does not pick up con
siderably the total river shortage at the
end of the season will be fully 74,01)0
cades. However, there is a probability
of a verv heavy run within the next
week. If that comes, matters will iui
prove a good deal.
A Mind reader I.oat.
JIot Si-mstis, P., June 7. I'aul
Johnson, the mindreader, who went
with a party of five into the big wind
! cave to find a pin that had been secreted
l.y a niemlier of the committee, is still
in tho cave. It is hours since tlie
party went in, and there are the graveHt
fears for their safety, as they only ex
pected to be gone 12 or 13 hours, and
did not have a very large supply of food.
His maiiHger, Mice, spent la?t night in
the cave hcarching for the party, but
found nothing except the place w liere
l"'.v had slept Sunday n
ht. A scari'h-
; ' r".v "s oeeu oiui-u -
In The Italics, Jim"
('iinipU'll, of consumption
l.iiii Uocn in this coii'il rv nlK llt IiH' i il
years. He wu formerly from Eugene.
W. P. Watson of Hood River it in the
Chas. Dutrin is in town from Mosier
Mrs. Cradlebaugh enme up from Hood
J.B. Eddy has returned to Tendleton
from an eastern trip.
Wm. Floyd left for Hood River this
morning on the Regulator.
W. Walther took a short buslnesk trio
to Hood River this morning.
Mrs. J. M. Patterson left this mornina
for a visit w ith relative in Salem.
Messrs. J. W. Messinger and John
Johnson of Erskinville, Sherman county,
gave thia office a pleasant call today.
These gentlemen feel very well satisfied
with the outlook for a bountiful harvest
in their county.
Rev. A Bronsgeest went to Portland
yesterday morning and intends to re
turn Thursday or Friday. Next Sun
day being the second Sunday in the
month, he will hold services at Kings
ley, hence there will be no services in
the Catholic church of The Dalles.
Victor Marden came in from Forest
Mr. Win. Quinn of Grizzly came in
today with a lot of wool.
Mr. V. J. Miller of Portland gave the
Ciibosicle a pleasant call today.
Judge John Fulton of Sherman county
is in the city on business interests.
Mr. W. A. Hendricks gave the Chkon-
iclk a pleasant call tins alternoon.
Mr. D. M. Radly of Wasco, Sherman
coiir.ty, favored this ofhee with a call
Bert Phelps arrived from Ann Arbor
this morning. En route he visited Chi
cago. Mr. Frank Kincaid, one of Wasco
county's commissioners, is in the city
Dr. H. Logan and son, Mr. Jos. Wor
sley and Mr. Farmer were registered at
the world's fair on Monday.
Mr. Elgin Parrott, of the Vancouver
Salvation Army, is in the city visiting
his brother, Mr. John Parrot.
Mr. Marion Powell of Erskineville,
Sheru.an county, gave this office a call
today, and speaks very hopefully of the
grain prospects in his section.
W. B. McGee of Worcester, Mass., a
brother-in-law of Smith French, arrived
todav. He savs the town looks beauti
ful. ' Mr. McGee came by the Canadian.
His cotninz wai a complete surprise.
The meeting with his aged parents here
was quite auecting.
N. Harris has returned from Portland.
Mr. Abel, of Erskinville, and Scott of
Grass Valley are in the city on land
Fred Sargent of Mitchell is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mr. I. N. Sargent of
J. W. and Smith French left on the
evening train last night for Ilwaco to
erect summer cottages.
Emil Schanno and George Miller have
returned from Portland, where they
have been on the U. 8. grand jury.
There will be an excursion to Cascade
Lock and return on Saturday, June
10th, leaving The Dalle at 7 a. m., ar
riving at the locks at 11:30 a. in., re
turning at 3 p. m. Fare for the round
trip 50 cents, children 25 cents. A the
Dalles City will commence running on
Monday the 12th Inst., this will be the
last of the excursions. Everybody come
and have a good time. D. P. & A. N. Co.
Tlie Brazil Trouble.
Valpabaiso, June 7. News has been
received of the arrival at Rio Grande do
Sul of reinforcehients from the govern
ment troops. These troops were hur
ried forward when word was received by
the government that the revolutionist
were preparing to resume the fighting.
In Porto Allegre, the meeting place of
the revolutionary sympathizers baa been
torn down. Several persons were in
jured. The correspondent in Monte
video telegraphs that the Uruguayan
government has ordered the frontier
troops to repel at any cost the further
invasion of Uruguay by Brazilian troops,
Kr(ardlu( the Gold Keaerve.
Washington, June 6. The Star says
"President Cleveland's statement as to
the time when he proposes to call con
gress together and the reasons which
will lead him to do so, is clearly inter
pretable as indicating a determination
on his part to continue using the gold
reserve to the extent necessary, and not
to issue bonds. He desires the full
gravity of the situation to be apparent
at the time of the meeting of congress,
so the legislative branch of the govern
ment shall have the duty pressing upon
them to correct tlie laws protecting
Kngliah Comment on Hherinan Law.
London, June 7. In its financial ar
ticle this morning the Times says: "It
may be safely assumed that the Sher
man law will be repealed by the end of
the year. The act has proven to he an
expensive experiment which no nation
but America coma sianu wiuiout m-1
volving itself in much more serious j
trouble. Tlie misliief already done can-
. . 1 1... ll... ofti-l
not lie repaireu iu"m, ""i 1.1. nw. ,
1 tiuh' of suspicion so long maintained by !
! investors and speculators toward Amer
' ieun railroads is likely to be gru.hially
! WOOD, UIKIII. OOI. j
! JV.t giades of oak, tir, and slab cord
: v ihkI. at lowest market rites at Jos. T. :
I relets A Co. (U'liec Second and JetTer ,
I sou tt reels.) '
SfOKANk, June 7. A belter feeling
prevails today, with indications that the
storm has passed. The Exchange Na
tional bank wa open at 7 o'clock this
morning, and the other bank opened
on time and announce that they are pre
pared for all comer. There is no crowd
at either of the banks. It i impossi
ble to obtain statements of the exact
liabilities and asset of the luspended
banks. Bank Examiner Wilson i here
and the book-keeper are at work pre
paring information, but for the present
the officer refuse to give out the exact
figure. All aay, however, that the
assets largely exceed the liabilities, and
this ia believed by every one here,
Merchant and other are offering to
take certificate of deposit or checks on
any of the suspended banks at par, and
depositors refuse to take less. A time
clear up the situation, it become more
and more apparent that the flurry was
unjustifiable. The suspensions were
35,000 In rramlum.
Offered by Liggett & Myers Twbacco
Co. of St. Louis, Mo. The one guessing
nearest the nil in tier ol people who will
attend the World' Fair gets $5,000.00,
tlie second l,U(o.0u, etc. len Star to.
bacco tags entitle you to a guess. Ask
your dealer for particulars or send for
"SIX MONTHS IN HADES"
A truly marvelous tale of to-day.
SUMMER NUMBER (8)
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very edtre of danger, but a tinsi hand hold them
hack within the bounds of a wholesome sense of
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Yernally recognized as the most complete weekly
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Its "Saunterinir" eolirms are inimitable. Its
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Eggs for Hatching
From thoroughbred fowls.
13 eggs 2.00
20 eggs 3.00
Address: E. M. IIAKRIMAN,
6-2, lm Endersby, Or.
IIU NKKNNKSS.or the LIQl'UR HABIT
Tared at Monte In Ten Day. bj admin,
laterlng Or. Ifalnea' Golden Hvecltlo.
It ran be given in a elnxs of beer, a cup of
eotlee or tea, or In fMMl, without the knowledge
of the iiMtifiit. It ia attMolutelv hniilesN. ami
will effort a iiermitnent and upcody eure, nether
the ruitlent ia moderate uriuiier or an aieononc
wrek. it tiiid lieen Riven m tllotmaiulH ol ratten
and in every innUmce a iierf.-ct cure had fol
lowed. It never falls. The nvtem oneelmliretf
nnted with the Hfieeltie, it bet'oinea an utter iui
i.MMliillty forthe liciuorapiietite toexlt. Curea
auHranteed. 4K-iwre book of imrtietilitrs free,
AdilreM the Iioi.dkn M'aclPic Co., ih, Kara St.,
FOR SALE :
6600 EWES AND LAMBS,
1100 MUTTON SHEEP,
To tie delivered after tbeariug. For any tutor
ination desired, apply to
II VV. WFIJil,
Sherar' Bridge P. O., Or.
Or (i. K. WKI.L8,
1-2S 14th bt., Portland, Or.
Notiee is hereby given Ithat the nndenfaned
has been appointed administrator of theeittMte
of Jennie Mullock, late of M asco county, Oregon
All persons havlnir claims against said estate
are hereby required to present the same, duly
verified, to me at the oHiee of lMlfur V Menefee,
in chapman illock, Dailes city, Oregon, within
six months iroin the date of this notice.
Djted at Hani's City. April I, ls..
KOltl.Hr K. WILLIAMS,
Administrator of the estate of Jennie Matlock,
totic k Is hereby irlven that by an order of the
I Comity Court of the State of Oregon hereto
fore made, the undersigned liss lMen duly an
MiiiU-d and is now the iiualirted anil actinic
administrator of the esUite oi Saniuel Fattersoti,
dts-fiiMl. All person hMVillff elsillis HKSillst
tlie sbove nanitst deet-HStl are hereby notilled to
I'lVM-nt their ehiiins with tlie ros'r vouchers
to me Ht iny residence near Wiiuitia, tlretfon,
w ithi n si x mouths from the diite of this notice.
A nd all i:ision Indebted to said estate are hereby
reoiiiitl to settle such liidcblinos forthwitli.
.1. II. Kl HANKS,
A'lminMfut.T ol Estate of Suuiucl I.. 1'ailerson,
VSai.niitia.Or., June ith, ls'il.
I'. S I.ANU tlHI. K
The liil!in. Or,
bv alia. Uoiise i.i
i ont.Tl nt thl' nrt.re
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ci ilal,..n i f sr. id i lit;y.
siilillil"." ti tit f..lM-;.r
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i.ilt 1 nl. . i;. liini.ie.it.
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, ith ii i'v t tti' r;m
i Mii'l juti t t tiff ht-rt'l'V
it li'l! t-iih-C t.tl tilt' Ul
l t .t cm k A. M., t rt -i.in.'H
v- in'cn.ii ft mil
Two coraer lots, with five room cot
tage and outbuildings, good well of
water, also city water, nice young fruit
trees, good soil, desirable location, and
remarkably cheap. See Jokl G. Koonti.
In tha Juitlr. Court for Eait ballea Precinct,
" mm'At coumy, urcgon.
Dan Baker, 1
William Kiler, I
To William Kilry. the above-named drfemlant.
In the nama of tha Htata of OrtHron. Von im
hereby riviulreil to apiar befora the unrf-r-
liiel, a Jimtlco of the Vneis for raid Freeinet,
on the M lny of July, lw.i, at the hour of 16
o'eliKk A. M , at theothreof I1 Juitlce In naUt
pni lnct, to auwer the auove-uamMl plaintiff In
a flvil action.
The oVI.-mlmit will take notiee that If ha fall
tnaimwcr the complaint of the plaintlir herein,
the plaiutitl will take Judgment acninxt him for
7l.t.', and Interest thiTMin at the rate of s per
cent, per annum from the 11th day of June, 1WA,
and fur the further turn of Irtim and Interest
thereon t the rate nf li per eent. per annum
from the 1:1th day of March, lxuo, and for hie
Lot. and difttiurHemeiitM herein.
Thin uiiiiiioiih in aerved upon you by publica
tion in piiraiiance of an order made and herein
on the 17th ilny of May, ln'M.
I. H DAVIS,
S 19td Justice of the Peace.
The Imported Belgian
Will ftUnd for the H. ason of lH'.ci, 7
At Rlrhmoml'd Ktable In The Pallet) on -Friday
hi nl hatunluys; at Ike Youiiff'i on Monday
ami TueMlitys; at K. HikhU ratM' mile wt
of iioyU i. O.t on Wetlnewlays.
PHPO w imported in Ihkh by I). P. Wtuhha
a: Hons, of Fairfield. Iowa. Me is a
P.trk Buy, with Black Points, and is reentered
at Brunei at No. .ft, and in Americo as No. 19V.
COCO one of the hit bred I raft llora
in America, 1 coming b years old, and weigh
TKKM.4 Hingle service flO; for the season 15;
to insure a foal Ju; In club of five or mora
marc to one mau, 1 for the season, or lift
to insure a foal. By the season latynhle Oeto
bcr 1st; to injure, duo and payable as noon a
the mare is knowu to lie in foul. Mares not
brought regularly will he churged for by tlie
L. FREEMAN, Owners,
Boyd, W asco Co., Or.
If You want title to Government or
State Land call on
C. N. THORNBURY,
Lute Ktc. t'. e!. Laud Office.
T. A. HCDPO.,
THORPURY & flODSOJJ,
U. S. Land Attorneys.
Over bixteen lears Experience.
BUY AND SELL
CITY AND COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
600, 000 ACRES
MmpveJ FARM Property
Bend for a Pamphlet describing this land.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Thompson's Addition to Tie Dallei
This addition Is laid off Into one-acre lota, an
In destined tn be the prineifwl residence partol
the city. Only twenty miuutuen walk from Xhm
Do not be afraid to consult or write u, we mix
advice or information in all branch e of our bus-
inet.8 free of charge.
Settlers Located on Government Land.
Office In ti. B. Land Office Building.
THE DALLES .... OREGON.
Wasco Warehouse Co.,
Receives Goods on Stor
age, and Forwards same to
For Sale on Commission.
W . W . Go.
TIIK DALLES, OR.
8 $ fi a
Orders by dispatch, mail or In person filled any
hour of the day or night.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST
Pictnrea framed in all ityles and liiea.
1'lace of buaineBg cor. Third and
TUI DALLES. - OREGOM
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Orrirs, The Dalles, Or., Mch. 10, lsai.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the following
namiM settler has tiled notice of her intention to
niske tinal pr.s.f in support of her claim, and
that said prf w ill bu made before the rexistur
snd receiver at The Dalles, Dr., on W ednesday.
May 4, vli:
Homestead Application No. Slim, for the NWJ4
of Hcctlon 10, T. ;i s., K. 1-' K. V. M.
Phe names the follow iiiK witnesses to prove her
continuous residence upon and cultivation, ol
said land, via; . ,ilt,
Siiniuel I.. Patterson, Charles I., fryer. Onto
WVIwrc and . E. rerri". ll of W aplnitiu, or.
Itl JS. JllilN W. LEW IS, KixUUr.
OTIcE 1 hereby irlven that the untlcrsiuiiKl
tl.,11. i i.tuiiy
itie t , unity hi
lid entt rt tl till
I the .-tatt- "I i
bv il, l or I'T tin
..,..11. 1. 1
the llth ilav "I Al nl. 1
:.'., n-iiiiii i-tiiit, r oi the
ii, liitf .1 Wn-cii i.untv,
!. All ifri,iis havii.it
e-tiileol l lunii II- I"l
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chili,,,- ilir tli,-t Miid
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tl. t i me al my
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v.ilhin sit lunula)
(I., at the . 1 . 1 1 ' i 1 . ll,i
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