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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1893
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Ie Kwn U qo't
Mr. nd Mr-. R. A. Tower. r. in
LrtlMid on buwnew nu i.iea.ure
Straw berriea r tailing no rai..u.y
,6.1(1 lodgment iith the poor nin
f1, . . J.. nioV.t
A dunce at Jeff Moeier i u.-.-
.... the Dinal ffood
me had by M.
A Singleton nppnea "l . i"
et to B- A. Powert recently nd later
.he evening .r.liei J
t ..... ml Imnrfairn to hifl
kct to elll rj "
l Uii' wBtt and Bobt. Hardwlck Jimve
WhBHed a car load of lumlier. Mr.
Urdwitk U putting up quite large
rn while Mr. Watt U improving the
pnc'araiice of hi" bonne by giving it a
good fininh inHide and out.
It i a matter to lie regretted that the
t BVHti'iii i o eiiiharraHned as to
(ve'cnt off their agent at thin place.
cmier in now virtually a flag station.
The u,inr''H'n,1 between Merchant Fla
herty mul Job in thut the former refime"
ti, lie comforted. Jim will bet a silver
flullar ii a Hide Ismie that Job never had
t carbuncle that'd compare with the
)ic he at present currieM on hii writ.
Work is being pushed tiy the Mosier
luine Company, and in about thirty
Jays the flume will be completed. This
pill open np q'lite a struwbcrry ranch
;m the furru of Milton Harlan, which
till lie very accumtible to the station.
Uihb Myra Rowland has returned
oaie for Salem, w here she bus lieen at
mling school for quite a period. A
. .1 1 I. .w. of till
ig Hall was given in nor
imland residence, on the astungun
.In, Friday evening, at which a iiiini-
pf r of OregoniatiH w ere present.
Considerable petty thieving lias len
filing on nere ior
rapidly developing itsei: to aiarjflsr scaie.
Lust week Frank Lnl'icre lo-jt a half sack
o! mgar while a Mr. Frederickson bad a
yearling calf killed and the hind quarters
I taken from it. A hypodermic injection
lol cold lead from a 44 Colts, or one of
tlioae little digger liver pills would prove
In very efficient medicine and one which
the tln'ci will doubtless get soon.
I Hit', bang! iKKim ! jwomer win un-
I r P . ,1 -: r.oP Inn'l
inn me Blare iiupi bhib ui uiv
birthday. The program has not yet been
fullv completed but we'll stick toil as
far as she goes and then celebrate with
out a program. We know one ming lor
Vertain there's going to be a big ball at
t light and the 6th dny of July will be
everal hours old before she's recognized.
firing your best girl, if you're not mar
ried, and your wife and children if you
are. Bring your dog, the boys will need
his tail to decorate with fire crackers.
In fact bring everything that's loose to
tee the fun and we'll show them bow to
honor the birthday of the grandest na
tion on the earth. Sub.
. Nakhkne, June 26, 183.
The following resolutions were passed
at the first annual session of the !Sa-
tionul Farmers' Alliance and Industrial
Union, held on 3-Mile June -3J and
1. We demand that all public officers,
from the president to the road super-
risor Inclusive, be elected by direct vote
of the tseople.
2. We demand the system of direct
legislation by the people, known as the
initiative and referendum.
3. We demand the abolition of the
shm:1Bc contract law and that all notes
be made payable in lawful money of tlie
4. Besolved that, since England so
1 pneraiiy uiciaieu i" uiipp.ip
I t this country, we demand of congress
I .i .. '... m
Mill II IlllUIUUlBbC! J WJP" "
tlitlree coinage of silver on the rates of
sixteen to one.
5. lteaolved that we demand the
graduated projrty tax.
6. We demand that the compensa
tion of jurors acting in all courts be
paid in lawful money at the expiration
of their services
7. We demand the right of woman's
8. We hereby extend our thanks to
the sinters of 3-Mile Alliance who have
eo kindly graced our hull with their
presence and contributed wo liberally
to our entertainment.
L. JIknby, President,
l'oi.K Bt'Ti.KR, Vice President,
I. P. Moohk, Secretary.
Majority of tit Hoard In Favor of
f'ortafa Koait at Tha lall-
Sunator Dolph, who has seen the ro
port of the board of engineers upon the
improvement of the Columbia at. The
liulles, says the two most experienced
engineers upon the board, Colonel Men
dell nnd Mr. Alexander, adhere to the
plan reported by the former Uiard of a
boat railway, changing the location to I j,y 0ppolinf the Russian treaty of com
the Oregon side of the river. H"!'"i L1im k linn won tl.e support of the
further, thnt a majority of the Wrd re- j ni,ri,.uituriiliHts. It is hardly likely that
ports in fuvor of a portiigo road as a tern- j rllvivl wi'l be retired lietnre autumn
porary expedient, submitting two esti
mates of cost. One of the roads in built
so that the roadbed can lie utilized In the i
construction of a bout railway, nnd one
for a road built withont reference to the j
pcriiiiiiient improvement. Any improve
ment is to be located on the Oregon aide.
The majority of the board recom
mends a canal for a permanent lin-
proveiuent, but both the majority and
minority repot t that a boat railway is
practicable. They greatly reduce the
estimated cost of a boat railway, fixing
it at about $2,200,000, nearly three-quarters
of a million less than the former
WxATiita The cool, cloudy weather
continues. Since March 1st the temper
ature has averaged nearly five degrees a
day Mow the normal, making the cool
est season on record. A heavy rain fell
In line, Douglas, Josephine and Jack
son counties on the 22d. The frosts on
the 18th and KUh were general in the
southern counties, and are the latest on
Citoi'ii The reports this week are not
as encouraging as . they hive been.
There is a unanimous desire for more
sunshine and warmer weather. The
wheat crop w ill be an average one, oe
sibly more. Fall wheat is out of possi
hie danger, tliough its condition would
be improved by warmer weather and
sunshine. Spring grain is from 4 to 10
inches high. The cool weather retards
growth. Corn is not doing well, owing
to the cool nights and lack of warmth
during the day. Strawberries are yet
very plentiful and sell at from 3 to 5
cents ir box. Cherries are rijiening
slowly ; they will be a short crop. Pota
toes are growing well and a large yield
is indicated. Prunes and plums con
tinue to le rejiorted as being a large
rrop, the same fur berries, while peaches,
apples and pears will not be an average
crop. The increase in licaring acreage
will, however, materially increase the
KAftTEUS on to ON.
Weather On the 22d rain fell in
Northeastern I'matilla county, and on
the night of the 2'th raw fell in Uma
tilla and Northern Morrow counties.
The mean temperature ranged from 50
to 54 degrees.
Cuoi-s In Wbbco, Sherman, Gilliam,
Morrow and Western Umatilla counties
rain is badly needed. The crop pros
pects were excellent in these counties
some three weeks ago; but the continu
ous dry, northerly winds have dried up
the grounds, and the result is w here 30
bushels of wheat were indicated, not
over 20 bushels, and in some places not
over 10 bushels, per acre will be realized.
Itain within ten days wonld materially
improve the present outlook. In Uma
tilla county, east of a line drawn north
and south of Pendleton, the crop pros
pects continue to be excellent and 35 to
40 bushels per acre of wheat will be se
cured. In this section of Umatilla
county fully two million bushels of
w heat will be harvested. The cool wea
ther, however, is a detriment, and
warmer weather would be beneficial.
The first crop of alfalfa is being cut in
the interior counties. The corn is in
need of warmer weather. The cherries
in the river counties are ripening, but
are not over three-fourths of a crop.
The peach crop indicates about one-half
a crop. The berry crop will be very
large. The wild hay crop is fully up to
the average and a good winter supply of
feed can be secured on the ranges.
Stock Is in fine condition. Sheep shear
ing has been finished in all of the coun
ties, and a large wool clip of excellent
staple hag been secured. The ware
houses are being filled with wool and no
market for it.
Iod(a for Trout.
A correspondent of the Fishing Gazette
;Englih) informs it that some Irish
anglers always impale a worm on a small
hook just above the minnow's nose, and
find it invaluable to stimulate trout in
an inuitlereni mooa. anomcr uuupjo
practiced in Ireland is as follows: Tie
a fly with pretty large wings, something
like a March Brown ; put one shot on
the line a few inches above the fly;
thread on the hook a caddis drawn from
the case (the larvie of the down or roofed
winged flies), and going cautiously to
some deep pool, drop in your lure, let
ting it sink to the bottom and stay there
a second or two; then draw up steadily,
and the big trout, taking it for a new
born insect rising to the surface, dash at
it savagely. Both these hints are val
uable. relbla uioor to Caprivl.
In connection with the possible resig
nation of Chancellor Von Caprivl the
question of his successor is discussed
with the greateHt interest all over Uer
niany. Une oi me
is Dr. Miqucl, Min
ister of finance. In
stead of being a mil
itary man, as it is
the emperor's wish
should lie, Dr. Mi
miel is a banker.
lie is considered the
the ministry, and
manages to keep on good terms with the
i,.aierg f the different shades of polities
the linal rejection of the military
Merely Horrowml It.
Tim Dam.m, Or., Jane 28, 13.
The new delivery wagon alluded to In
yesterday's I'aii v Chhonk i k belongs to
Mr. C. I . Phillips. We have the use of
it for few dys. J. H. Caoaa.
ION THE OTHER CHARGE.
KoaKlaad la Bala Triad aa laa Baeaad
Again Mathias Kothland's liberty,
property and refutation are at stake,
and again the contending legal leaders
have marshaled their scattered forces,
and are once more drawn up in order of
battle on the forensic battle-field in
Judge Munly'i court room today.
The preliminary steps leading to the
real 0ning of the case occupied the at
tention of the bar and bench this morn
ing. The same counsel are engaged on both
sides, and the indictment is similar to
the one on which Mr. Koshland was
acquitted, the main point being that
he issued a warehouse receipt for goods
not actually in the store. The differ
ence in the indictments is in the charac
ter of the goods, the latter being sheep
skins, instead of wool. Mr. Koshland
must explain the absence of 3.'!,349
sheepskins, which, it is alleged, were
not in the store at the time of Usuing
As soon as the court convened after
the noon hour, Mr. Strahan arose and
moved that the indictment be set aside
on the ground that an interlineation
made in that document rendered it
void. The interlineation referred
to was the change of the word
"wool" to "sacks," and was explained
by the district attorney that it was
made in the presence of the grand jury
at the time the indictment was framed.
The point was diwuosed at consider
able length, but was overruled by the
Win, H. Quinn of Grizzly is in town.
Several teams are in from Silver Lake
Frank Hamersly came in from Teaver
J. L. Xunn of N'unn Bros., Cross
Keys, arrived today.
(i. W. Mark of Moro called on The
Chuoxiclb office today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Eddy have moved
to Pendleton from Portland.
Dr. Chas. Adams of Glen wood. Wash.,
is in the city visiting relatives, etc.
Troy Shelley is confined to his borne
in Hood J'.iver, owing to ins recent mis
hap. Prineville is represented today in The
Dalles by Seth Kodman, K. si. lempie
ton and James Cox, who arrived with
their teams today.
Mr. L. P. Wilson of the WilBon Mfg.
Co. is in the city.
Miss Maggie Furnside, who has been
thegueBtof the Misses Story for some
time, returned to ner home in ancou
ver this morning.
Rev. J. A. Orchard of Klickitat is in
A. K. Wilcox of Antelope is in the city
Mr. Louis Klinger of Dufur is in the
Miss Nettie Hamilton of Spokane, is
viBiting friends in The Dalles.
Geo. A. Liebe is home for the purumer
vacation from Corvallls college.
Mrs. J. C. Oliphant of Portland is
n the city visiting her ;grandmo:ner,
Mr. II. W. Wells and familv of Ies
Chutes have moved into the city for a
Mr. Con. Yakle. one of Klickitat val
ley's prominent farmers, gave this otlice
a pleaeant call louay.
Mr. L. Stewart, Miss Stewart and
Miss Marsh of Forest Grove are the
guests of Mr. Win Curtis.
Hon. Robt. Mays is in town today.
In the Antelope section of country lie
states that spring grain will not amount
to more than half a crop. The causes
are variously ascribed to lack of moisture,
cool weather and high winds.
At Linemarshe, Wasco county, Or.,
June 20, by Rev. Mr. Speer, J. R. Cun
ningham and Miss Christiana Weberg,
both of Wapinitia.
At the residence of A. C. Sanford,
June 2Hth, by Rev. Whisler, Louis C.
Henneghan to Miss Amy Batty, both of
At t lie residence of the bride's parents,
near Dufur, on Sunday, June 2oth, 1893,
by A. J. Brigham, J. P., Mr. John
Dickens and Miss Ida Morrison, both
of Dufur, Or.
Ir. Uunn's Onion Syrup.
This remedy if a sure cure for all dis
eases of the Throat and Lungs, caused
by taking cold. It will stop a cough in
one night, no matter how severe. It
is just what its name implies ; an onion
syrup, compounded in such a manner as
to do away with the unpleasant taste
and odor of the vegetable.
When in need of a cure for cough or
cold, try it. Price 50 cts. Sold by
lilakeley & Houghton.
T will oriranize a teachers' review
class, preparatory to quarterly examin
ation in August, beginning June 20th
and continuing hve weeks, orespona
enee solicited. C. L. Gii.hkkt,
wJt Hood River, Or.
Comity Clerk's Notlee.
All ri.Tfionfl havinir warrants in the
I bands of the county clerk issue.! more
I than seven years prior to July let, i .-.
t nre lierehv notified to call for the same,
laud present the sumo to the county
from the 1st ilnv of July, 1WM. H said
wiirrants are not called for anil presented
....lupin. frr till V I11PI1T. W1I11II1 K1X1V u.pppi
for as atiove thev w ill lx cancelled and
pavinent, thereof will therefore lie re
fused. Bv order of the County Court.
HtmylOjt-2'S J. B. Ciissi:n,
The Dalles, Oregon, May Kb, 1S03.
Poartk of July at Hawaii.
Mam Fbancisco, June 28. The steam
ship Australia arrived from Honolulu
this norning, bringing advices to June
During the days that have elapsed
since the departure of the last steamer
for San Franriso there have been no
new developments in politics, but Amer
ican tongues have been wagging in a
vigorous manner at Minister Blount's
refusal to participate in the coming
Fourth of July celebration. Not only
did the American minister refuse to at
tend the meeting of Americans to arrange
for the proper observance of their na
tional day, but be also declined to make
an address to his countrymen as a part
of their demonstration. Mr. Blount
gives as a reason for his policy of stand
ing aloof that he believes the political
situation here to be so peculiar that it
would not be becoming in him to take
part in any public celebration. Although
he does not say so, it is quite evident
that Mr. Blount looks upon the Fourth
of July celebration here as purely an an
nexationist affair, and he does not wish
to participate in any affair that could
give the impression that he favored the
annexation cause. The American resi
dents here say that the Fourth of July is
not an annexationist holiday, but is, and
has been for years in Honolulu, a day
w hen patriotic Americans, whatever their
local politics, might be joined together
in an observance of the day set by their
ancestors as a national holiday in the
St. Loris, June 23. Congressman R.
H. Bland, the great silver advocate, is
here. Reviewing the silver situation a,e
affected by the action of the Indian gov
ernment, be said :
"Heroic measures will be required on
the part of this government for the re
nionetization of silver. Most emphatic
ically I do not think it is a knockout for
silver in this country. On the contrary,
I thiiA if congress does not adopt some
measure looking to a bimetallic stand
ard it will make the battle of the stand
ards the coming issue in this country.
This battle will disrupt the political
parties and cause a contest between the
commercial centers and agricultural
districts of the country. Free coinage
of silver is demanded by the laboring
classes, and this is what the free-silver
men will now demand of congress. The
demonetization of silver is a conspiracy
between banking institutions in Eng
land and the eastern portion of the
United States, and the suspension of
silver coinage in India is a part of this
conspiracy to bulldoze the congress of
the United States to the adoption of a
single gold standard. I do not believe
they will succeed. If the democratic
congress stands true to its fpledges, this
conspiracy will not succeed. The low
price of silver is due to the fact that this
and other governments are discriminat
ing against it and that the money inter
ests in this and other countries have
fought it. No important commercial
country has recently had a mint for the
free exchange of gold and silver. The
effect has been to dam np silver and pre
vent its exchange for the commerce of
nations. That the United States by
free coinage can restore silver to its ori
ginal alue wasjpractically admitted by
the British royal commission of 1888,
consisting of twelve members, six of
them uncompromising gold monometal
ists. They admitted, that France alone
could maintain the parity of the two
metals at the rate of 15a' to 1. This
country is etronger.inmaterial wealth,
developed and undeveloped, than France
and England combined."
John Hontapj Will Die.
Fexsko, Cal., June 28. John Sontag
is very low. It is not thought he will
live through the day. He has lockjaw
and bloodpoisoning, and can neither
speak nor eat except very little. He is
unconscious most of the time, rousing
occasionally for a few minutes.
Htabbed to Death.
San Francisco, June 28. An unknown
woman about 30 years of age was stabbed
in a water front saloon early this morn
ing and left to die in a little apartment
in the rear of the saloon. Shecame into
the place with Martin O'Neil, chief of
the galvanizing department of the Union
iron works. He says they went in to
have a drink, but he could not recollect
what took place. ()'eil a face was
scratched and blood was found under the
woman's finger nails. She evidently
came from Oakland with O'Neil. It is
said he has a divorced wife there. He
was arrested for the crime, and the police
are positive be is the man
Two Chinese merchants at Klamath
Falls were convicted of selling cigarettes
to minors, and their fines, including
costs wereoverT70. It is just as unlaw
ful for an American to sell cigarettes to a
minor as for a Chiuaman to do so. John
can stand it better, for ho don't care a
whip about his Bociety aflliliations.
eiS.eoo lu 1'rruiluina.
OlTcrpiI by Ligifftt tV Myers Tobacco
Co. of St. ljuis, MJ. Tlie one irnesisinir
ncarcHt the number of peol who will
BtttMid the World' Fnir gets fVMlO.OO,
the wcoiul I,IMM).00, etc. Ton Mur to
im. en t..iir ontitle von to a ifiirss. Ask
vr .loaler for Mirtirtibirs or cen.J for
r.osTox, June 1'7. (ifiK-ml Nelson A.
Mill's liaa been ppU-rtoil iriviiK'nt of the
Sofiuly of the Anuy of the Potomac.
A Word to Ladlaa.
Ladies who desire a tieautiful clear
kin, free from pimples, boils, blotches
and other eruptions, should commence
at once to use Dr. Gunn't Improved
Pills. They will also remove that heavy
look about your eyes and make them
bright, and will cure headache from
whatever cause it arises. Remember
you are only required to take one imall
pill at bed time, which is coated with
pure sugar and will not gripe or produce
any unpleasant sensation, kale at 25
cents by lilakeley & Houghton. 3 in
UncieriaRBr ana EmDaimer,
Ordera by dlopateh, mall or In person filled any
licpur of the day or mitht.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST
Pictures framed in all styles and sixes.
Place of business cor. Third and
THK HALI.ES, - OKKOON
Wasco warehouse go.,
Receives Goods on Stor
age, and Forwards same to
For Sale on Commission,
XV. "77 Co.
THK DALLES. OR.
Ea$t fyd, 5eeoi?d St.,
East of Wlngate Hull, and opposite We&ola'i
Tailor Shop, The Dalles, Or.
All Work Guaranteed.
J. R. LITTELL,
Attornty ana tououiPiir
PATENT TRADE-MARK AND
Opposite Patent Office, Washington, li.V.
Over twelve years' experience. American and
rOKEKiN pHteuia. cavkats anu an DtiKineifn
nrUiiiK under the patent laws promptly and
.ikctkd Cases aeeorded special attention.
Write for information.
l"PON RECEIPT OF MODEL OR SKETCH OF IK
ENTIO, 1 ADV1ME AS TO PATENTABILITY WITH
Mention this paper.)
The Imported Belgian
Will stand for the Heasnn of 193,
At Richmond's SUhle In The Dalles on Kridays
and haturdays; at Ue iouiiks on Mpimiays
and Tuesdays; at R. Kiiodaxasa', i mile went
ol tfoya f . u., on wcuneeuays.
tifCT was imported In lie by D. P. Rtubbs
Ww Aj Bonn, of Kalrtield, Iowa, lie is a
Dark Bay, with Black Points, and is registered
at Brussels as No. .WW, and in Ainerloo as No.
COTO Is one of the finest bred Iraft Horses
in America, is coming S years old, and weighs
TKRMS SI piijle service 110: for the season tiv
to insure a foal I JO: in clubs of live or moro
mares to one man, lit) for the seampii, or 115
to insure a foal. By me seaiioii payaoie icio
ber 1 Kt ; to Injure, due ana (uiyntpie as soon as
the mare is known to be in foal. Mares not
brought regularly will be charged for by the
M. W.4W. L. FREEMAN. Owners,
Boyd, Wacco Co., Or.
DRtNKEJiJIESS.or the LIQIJOH H A BIT
Cured at Home In Ten Day by admin
istering Dr. Haines' Gulden Specific.
It can be given in a glasa of beer, a cup nf
colli or tea, or in hspd, without tne knowledge
of the patient. It Is aOMpiuteiy narmiess, anu
win enei'i a jperniauem aim p.t-uy vmc. ncppprp
the patient is a mislerate drinker or an alcoholic
wreck. It has been given in thousands of cas,s,
and in every instance a perf-xt cure has fol
lowed. It never laws. I oe system oiireiiippri-K-nated
with the specitic, it becomes an utter im
iKPSslbllity for the liquoraptitetexist. Cure
guaranteed. Is page book of particulars free.
Aiidress the (ioLOkti SrciFic t o., lxj Race St.,
On the 23d of May last I had two man mares
get out of my pasture on Tvgli ltipige, near
Kingsley. They are about B and 7 years old and
weigh 1100 to 1200 pounds each, ami are bramtid
as follows; One is branded thus, 3 on the right
shoulder, and the ollnr thus, 3C on the left
hip. Anyone giving me Information op' their
wlierealsiuts, or returning them to me at Kings-
ley, will besultaniy rewarueu.
I.A4 OFFICK, The Dslles. Or., I
May 31, IVJH. i
cnmi.tuliit linvlnir been entered at this Olllee
by Frank steclnian agiaiistWilllp.nl A. llpillilii ld
for abandoning his Homestead KMiy No . II-'1,
datiil Junes, IWJ, iip..ll tne nw, pp cei-ieiii n.
n. I ....,1. lt..,,.wa I.P I. in WilN, 1,1'tlllllIV.
iOWIIHlPlI' l f-HMii.., imii, .' , f,
Jjregull, with a view to the Cpuicp I l.ptioii ol p-ipIiI
entiv the siil parlies are hei.bv sin n un oicl to
appear at this othee on the 'Mil ihiy "f July, l-ii.
.t in ii'clock a. m.. to resiMind and furnish t stl-
iiiv concerning sum aiieveii hiwi hpi'
John W. Lkwu
, K .vister.
;totlce is lierehv gven thnt the undersigiirtl
has Is-en duly ) ! ,l n t -1 by tne holior.-pbie cull
ni-t i.i , u.p i-imIi ipi ,pr.''ni " ... !...
lat 'f sppi'i Wppm'o f
that he Inn duly pi
estdte ol I liri-Ttiin v i ..liner.
it nl v. i ml n-p'V dp i vpi-iiI. n : ul
lioll'vil a.:d now m ting as
All (H-r'ns In" i'i'' el'''
w ill pre-ellt tlli'PPl pl'il t
if Vin.ll'iyn A IIppIIiii. .-hi
ViilU v ,N iive'pei'nul: . ' f('
from the d-teof I In- in 'i
Tygll alley, or., Jut.e
i s'jpiirst ni'l eMat'
,. d t.i me .pt t!ie.f.pi'
. inepctp nils lit pU
i, will. in sin liniullis
J VAN lil VI,
Adiu't o( estatu ol Christian W eidmer, dec d.
A I M I N 1ST It ATK I X SALE.
Notln la he Mir irtven that. In Diinuiniirft nf an
(rdr Imm lite ( omity ( onrt of tli HUtt nf )r-
poll, for H Mi CotllltVf
ijmi m the thin any of
in jitter of th efltHte id
A. H. Moitrff. (lrrfMNI, wHI, n the lltth (1ny ol
May, hm. Ht th hour of 2 utrk P. M. of Mid
lny, f II at puhllc auction utile, at tht door of th
county inirt hmji- in i ht itllta, IV iwo county.
Onifmi, the follow tnir d(MriUn rl ppropertjr
U'IomkUik U th cMtrtt of A. B. Moore, ik ef,
to w It. Lot 7, k, t, mi and !', and .;, h't ulT
thPWM-Mf of lot If. all in block or Uuvh-
Un a Bliitf Addition to UhIich rtty, rton; aaid
rrnMrty to bi aold to the hiKhcat bidder lor caaa
KA RAH A. MooUK, Administratrix.
rmtcdTht Unlit, Dr., Nov. Ik, lnr.
ADM I N LSTRATOIW NOTICE
N'OTKH fa hereby (riven that by an order o( the
County Court of the Htat of oreuon hre
fore niHde, the timlvmlKiied hna Vwu duly ap
Itoiutfd mid a now the tjiiallnV'i and artfng
rtdmiiitxtrHtnr of the wtte of Ham it I I'atteraoi.,
d,tNM'd. All iwnmiia tiavlujr. clainia HgHtnat
the hIxvp mimed laeew-d are hereby not! tied U
ireaeut their clnhiii with the troter voucher
to me at my reMdenrw near Wnpluittrt, Oreif"ii,
within alx nioiithH from the date of thla notice.
And all lterHoiiN Indebted to aaid estate are hereby
.required toaettleimcb liidehtcdiiPMH forthwith.
J. H. KI HANKH,
Adnilniftrutor of Kituteof Burauul L, 1'atU'rHon,
Wapiuitia.Or., June 4th, Ihvj.
In the Juhtice Court for Kast Dm lie Precinct
v Hhco county, wregon.
Dun Baker, )
William Kiley, I
To William Miry, the above-named 4efmdant,
In the name of the State nf Oregon, You arc-
herehv rcoiilrcd to aitieHr before the under-
feigni'd, a JiiKtitt of the pence for anid Precinct,
on the ;id day of July, at the hour of 10J
o'clock A. M., Ht the office of trnid Juatice in Maid
precinct, to answer the above-named planum ul
a civil action.
The defend tint will take notice that it he fall
to aiiawcr the compliilnt of the plain tilt herein,
the plaintiff will take judgment against him for
ITl.rt-'t, and intercut thereon at the rate of K per
cent. ir annum from the nth nay oi June, iwm.
and fur the further Bum of ?0.U and intcrewt
thereon at the rate of 8 per cent, per mnmm
from the i:ith day of March, iSyo, and for hi
cot nnd difOmrsementu herein.
This summon in nerved upon you by publica
tion in imrpuAuce nf an order niudeund herein
on the 17th day of May, lsttf.
5 19td Justice of the Peace.
R virtue of an execution and ordtT of sale.
Issued out of the circuit court of the state of
Oregon for the county of Waco, in an action in
said court wnerein tne rtonruors ipan aim
Trust Company is plaintiff, and John li (ierdea,
M. I). Morgan and 1.. E. Morse, administrator of
the estate of C. V. Finn, diwascd, are defend
ants, to me directed, commanding me to sell the
land in the saiil execution and order of sale de
scribed, to-wit: The southwest quurter of
section thirtv-four in township two ('
north of range" ten ID east of the Willamette
meridian, in Waco county, suite of Oregon, to
pay the Judgment rendered ill said case, to-wit:
This sum of five hundred dollars with interest
thereon at the rate of eight per cent. r annum,
from February 'tl, ls!r, mid seventy-live dollars
attorney's fees, and costs taxed at I. HI, I have
this day leavied upon the said land, and on
Saturday, the ibid day of July, IMM, at the hour
of 10 o.elock a. m., in front of the court bouse
door in said countv and state, 1 will sell said
land, at public auction, to the highest bidder
The Uallcs, Or., June 13, 1S93.
T. A. WARD,
tds Sheriff of WascoCountv. Stateof Oregon.
U. 8. Land Offick, The Dalles, Or.,
May 2!, 1'J3. (
Complaint having been entered at this office
by Stephen A. KistneragainstWllllara Hayes for
abandoning his Homestead Kntry, No. 2279,
dated August lfi, Ihsti, upou the NW quarter
Section 12, Township 5 South, Range 11 fcast. in
W asco countv, Oregon, with a view to the can
cellation of said entry, the said parties are hereby
summoned to appear at this office on the 2'Jth
day of July, 1M, at 10 o'clock A. M., to res
pond and furnish testimony concerning said .
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION'.
TJ. S. Land Officf, The Dalles, Or., May 31, 1S93.
Notice Is hereby given that the fullowlng
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final pnwif In support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the register
and receiver of the V. S. Ijind olllee at The
Dalles, Or., on July 1 1, 1WJ1, viz:
Phillip M. Klstner,
of Wamic: Homestead application No. S24 for
theNK'i NE1. of Section -, SW; NW qr sec
tion t and E'i SE!4 seetiou 20, tp. 4 K, K 13
E W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
contiuuipus resilience usn and cultivation of
said land, viz. : A. J. Swift, O. W. Lucas, Samuel
Broils, Win. Farlow, all of Wamic, Oregon.
6-2,711 JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Offici, The Dalles, Or.,i
May l.r, lhKl. j
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention to
make Anal pnspf in supsrt of his claim, and
that said pnsif v, ill be made before the Register
and Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on T aura
July tith, lbl)3, viz:
Charlea E. Nando.
Homestead application No. :V.1 , for the Ixit i.
of Section 13 and Lot 1 of feectitill 14, Tp. IN..
R, 12 E. W. M,
He names the following w itnesses to prove hie
continuous residence upon and cultiratiou oi
said land, viz:
licrmiii Segin, Alexander Hnguenin, Pete
(iriman, and Allhotise Sandoz, all of Tu
to -a) JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION..
Land Office, The Dalles, Or.,
May ID, Its".
Notice is hcbv given that tlie following
named settler has iil. d notice of his iiitentinn Us
commute and make linal pnsif in supisirtof hla
claim, and that said prooi win no inane oeiore
tho Register and receiver at The Dalles, Or., in
Saturday, June 21, IsM, viz.:
Homesti-ail Application No. 4121, for the NEJof
Sec. H4,Tp. 2 V, R. H K. W. M.
lie names the fnllowiug w ilnesM's to prove hia
coiptlniioiis residence upon, unit uultivation of.
said land, viz.: ... . ,
tieorgo Klddell. Andrew J. Ijht.pn, John Pen
nington and Frederick Wlikuiau, all ol Tha
"til?,' r' JOHN W. LEWIS, Regkler.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Offii i, The Dalles, Or., Mnh. U), lw.
NiPthe Is hereby given that tlie following
nauitil set Hit has tiled iipptice of her intention to
make Hnal pripof in support of her claim, and
that siilii piipuf w 111 lie inutie before the register
and receiver at The Dulles, Or., ou Wednesday.
May 3, DtM, viz:
.lane Fergusi n,
llomestcnd Apiplieatli.il S'.. :: jil, for the NW!4
uf section lo, 1. n . K. I-: !'. W. M.
she iiiiines the fpipl itt iiiK ill" p-t s 'o prove her
einitliiiiipiis nid-me upon ami cultivation of
said lintd, viz :
iMiinii'-l L. l'iit!i-ron. Ciarles I.. Iryer, OUle
Welpeig a'i'l s. L. Ferris, all of Wiiiinllia. Or.
:i71 Itl .It'liN tV. l.V.W IS, Register.
: 1i In reliv Iveii I'i.iI the undersigned:
I p. -eli 'ilni.il ht t'i llun. i pnpnty
t lu- ,ii . -i ui 'ii'. f'-r Ihe i pptiutv oi
,v hi oiJ.: il.. ! tppii'it: ji 1 1 I enti'it 1 .ill
il;i of .piil l'.'.l, iii.nilni-trntpi:-pit Iho
uilli.iin II I ,.nn, ln:e ul V. iim p. i i.niny,
( pplli 1 ipp
W H- 'P. 1
OreL'i'll, HIP I ll'PW Cell-ill. .Ill jii r'ni .11. Ill:,
clpiini- piplint s:i: I elHln are iiel Ip nntlt.ipl io
preterit tin- .ilin properlv veiilt, -1. to n-i' ul liiy
nlf e in lliillp's I ilVi iPip goii, within si nontha
Iron, the ill, te nl this notice.
l,te. this lllll d It ol Mnil, ivit
NA I II A N li.l IpON,
Adpulnlitp . ut the estate 'i t ilk .up II. Dunn,
deceased. 4 2lwH