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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1893
TllF. FIX AST I A I. SITVATIOX.
The Weekly Chronicle. !
What is Chaniwy IV pew drivine at?
If hi fame for making after dinner
apem-hes it due solely to the genial in
fluences of a full stomach lie cannot
have eaten anything for a week. He
ears nothing in many more words than
it took a pertain lireek phitoelier to
announce an important discovery.
Tlie concussion experiment" for rain
It is a mistake to support? that tramps ; disorder and to restore ' niakiiut were not wholly lost. Professor
do not keep posted on current events. ; cjmmm.ial prosperity, but he also ' Huzen, of the weather bureau, who
Within twenty-four hours after the pub- j Bhow g tJmt u jg ag niuoh 8 itg j watchetl tllt,ir effecti jg convinced that
liahed report thai Chicago will provide j m0Jt optimi9tic ,dTOOates claimed for it. ' thev, iu some instance, served to pro
winter supplies for the unemployed, the The bajjk ,tw.k of goIJ have gteaiii!v long the drouth. They may yet be util
dusty knights of the road commenced gin tllB mo.:e t0 lloard it : :Md t0 break ni) exeewive rains. This
! frout rank of producing states, and to
enact a tariff law putting lliwse prouurta
Senator Iohh's able and exhaustive imo the market unprotected would par-
j revi?w of the existing financial situation a'.vue the productive anergic of the
, is a feature of the December number of : great Northwest. The great reform
the Pacitie Banker and Investor, and is
entitled to the careful perusal of every
person who desires to have Intelligent
opinion on the leading question of the
day. The senator not only proves con
clusively that the repeal of the Sherman
act was absolutely necessary as an ini
tial step to relieve the nation's finances j
from extreme disorder and to restore
committee did not give the West a hear
iug on these vital questions, and in so
doing evinced a spirit of hobby ism,
without realizing a fact, that the pro
ducers are the bono and sinew of this
making tracks for this new asvlum. The I
police will have their bands lull in keep
ing them out. They are about as bard
to manage as mercury.
The Baconian cipher claimed to have
been discovered by lr. Owen, of Petroit,
promisee to become a literary sensation.
If the doctor is right, Donnelly will be
sustained, and Shakespeare as an author
will drop out of the biographies. Pr.
Owen claims he began the solution of
his cipher two years before he heard of
Donnelly's discovery. He now has it
copyrighted and will soon begin the
publication of the narratives which the
cipher has disclosed. These publications
will be followed by publications of the
1 - Mm
for a premium has been removed, and j must be gall and wormwood to lieneral
bankers and merchants no longer hesi- j Dryenforth. j
tate to meet their obligations with it. j "T"-"f- I
That indicates a restoration of con(i-t CURRENT PRESS COMMENT. j
dence in the continued parity of value of I
onr monev. which was about all that the ! nple cons.der it necessary to I
repeal was pledged to accomplish, it call a convention whenever they want to
was prescribed as a specific to cure one j Pt a good resolution,
of several ills not as a panacea for all
of theui-and it is satisfactorily fulfilling I The sorrows of Queen Lily O Killarney
its mission. Separate remedies ningt ought to command the sympathy of the
annliMi m th other diseases that are 8ale 01
What has become of the fair Kaiau
aui all this time? Nothing has been j Do'.ph shows that the cause ot this is an
heard of this school-sirl dauchter of the excess of expenditures over revenue.
ex -queen since this Hawaii matter was
first brought tip. Shortly afterward she
came to America from her England
boarding school and endeavored to
arouse a sentimental sympathy for her-1 dread of sweeping tariff changes which
elf. wailing over the loss of her throne lias checked industry and trade, to be
when her fond mother should die. It is I followed at once by a wholesale reduc
niore than probable that the sarcastic j tion of the national expenses. These
witticisms of which American newspa- j are the salient points of Senator Dolph's
pers only are capable, have taught ' review, and he produces indisputable
playing havoc with the country's com
mercial and industrial system. lespite
the abundance of gold returned to circu
lation, and despite the fact that the gov
ernment's dues are cheerfully paid in j
yellow metal by importers and others, j
the twannrv mld reserve and carih bal- 1
ance continue to dwindle. Senator i l,.v h depression of 1 SIC!, it is not likely
that the election of last year would have
placed the democratic party in power.
which the most rigid management by j
the treasurer cannot prevent. The only j
cure for this treasury-depleting cancer is
a speedy removal by congress of the
j The people got their change last fall,
i They are now anxious to get some more
j "change" of the kind that rattles.
Had it leen known that the demo
cratic victory o( 1S!)2 was to be followed
"A ol M
the hills" nn.l
never exev II-
is the vtirJiot
o f millions.
Ay J only Livor
JDUtfLf und KiJnoy
medicine, t o
can pin your
faith for a
on the Livor
neys. Try it.
Sold by all
Pruggiflts in Liquid, or in Towder
to be taken dry or made iutoa tea.
Tha King of Uar Medicine.
M 1 have lined yourHiniiumia Liver Revo
lator mid ran euimMonrioualy eay It l Hie
kuiK of all liver nie.li.-li.ea, I eunalder It a
l.ieUI.-lne cheat In luell. AJUo. W. JACS
auN, Tutfonm, WaalituKUio.
Baa the T Stamp to red a
QT7 AT T-JVt -i -v1- 4.
The Dalles, Oreg0
175 Second Street,
A full lino of all the Standard Talent Med
Drills, Chemicals. Etc.
.. ARTISTS MATERIALS.-.-.
jTjaCountry and Mail Ordera will receive prompt attention.
Kaiaulani that Americans cannot prop
erly appreciate the rights of monarch?
and their descendants.
facts and figures to support them.
TPUXSPORTIXC, FR07.EX FISH.
The fall measure of the president's
duplicity has reached Hawaii, which, as
expected, electrifies the provisional gov
ernment, wno declare they will defend
the existing government with their lives.
Happily there is no call for this sacri- :
fice, for congress will allow them every :
deserved right and the reign of Cleve- !
land is practically ended. The temper
Nothing connected with the fisheries
of the west coast lias been so important
a factor in their development as
adoption of the suggestions made by
Capt. Collins, in his report on "Fisher
ies of the Pacific Coast."
"The importance to the fishing inter
ests on the Pacific csast," he says, "of
theestablishmentof properly constructed
of the Americans is such that from ; freezing houses can scarcely lie over
benceforth this obese dictator will not be i estimated. The demand for fresh fish,
permitted to trifle with the rights of ; i all parts of the country, is a growing
nations or individuals. He bag all but ; one, and apparently increases ii...re
plunged a weak power into war, and j rapidly than the population. Ti.i lie
would doubtless have done so ere this ; maud should be met and all legitimate
had he not been called sharply to ac- means should be employed to incree
coil'- it. Among the methods so far adopted
for the preservation
nr! A lut ri tin ' im t.f
t :u. -)i r-j:. .. - " - "
, B , . , ' fisherv products, none perhaps has met
tensely practical man. During the 1 , ' , , ,
, , , " with greater or more deserved favor than
coarse of some incandescent lamp ex- .- . , . ,. . .
, r i ttiat o' artiticiallv freezing munv species
penments he wished to know the amount , , c , ... " , .. , . '., .
, , , ,, , of fish which can lie satisfactonlv kept
of SDace included in the glass bulb, and ' . Al . , ,. , ., . . .." ,
, ,. , f in this manner and distributed, through
Mked two of his learned assistants to . .
... ... means of refrigerator cars, over an enor-
figure out the cubic contents for him. i .
. . . , . . , , mous extent of temtorv.
aiier lacing consiaerauie lime ana sei
i Fkiiiav, Itfc. 13. IVcemljer this far,
! with the temperature mild and the
: farmers busy with the plow, the busi
j net-a among merchants is light. Locally
! it is quiet ; trade is carried on from
! hand to mouth, and purchases are only
jon account for immediate demand,
j Prices continue without any material
I change. Some dealers are making
specialties on some articles for the pur
pose of inviting trade, which is having
its desired effect.
In country produce it cannot le saij
, i mat mere is anv improvement in me
the , . t ' . ,
! market. i rices are sieauy in every
thing except ev'gs, which are in better
: supply, and dealers speak of a tendency
downward in the product.
The grain market is as lifeless as re
ported a week ago. The Clapp com
pany weekly market letter of the (th
says : "We look for a continual demand
after January Sth. French country
markets indicate strength. English
millers and sjieculators are more anxious
to l i:y. and from a crop of 100.000,000
le than in 1S!2, evidently our surplus
i in the "show case" with millers and
fl-jnr j ihtiers. The domestic demand for
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon for
Wasco County in probate, executrix with
the will annexed of tiie estate of James
I nderhill deceatu. All persons having
claims against said estate are hereby re
quired to present them to me with
pror vouchers at the law otiice of Con
don A Condon in I'ulles City. Oregon,
within sfx months front the date of this
November 11. 1S!3.
Claka 7.. I'ndekiiii I.,
Executrix of the Estate of James Under
-NOTICE FOR ITIUJCATIOX.
LaSij Omc, Thr Imllm. (r.,
Hi. '.. I
Notice la hcrvhy Htm tht tlie full.. win
rmnivU mttl-r b iil.il rmtirt? of hi tntt'ttiioii u
make rrnnl )nHf lit upjMrt of hi
rlalin. mtd that Mill lirtKif wilt 1m mmti' U.(irv
tilt rvniMlwr anil r"-vHtT ml Tile IihIIva, Or., nil
February lu, l.il, vu.
farnti ll. Kulierts.
Homeiitoed Nd -.'..I.;. fur thr BK'. nl
N l-'4, and S. of SK'4. and W. at ff., ,!i ht.
l.Tu. J K. 1J K M.
He Itamee the f.llowilil wltniM to prturc hi
eontitiiiottit riiti'iit ummi, ami rijltUMtion nl,
aunt himl. viz.
K. h. MorriMin. M. t. I'ninu-r. J. N PatUTMiit
and I . K. btouiriiton. nl! nf luilur. or.
dvwb JOHN . 1.KWH. H'-ci-l.-r.
THE DALLES LUMBERING CO.
No. 07 Washinotox Street. . . The Dalliu
Wholesale and Retail iK-alers and Manufacturers of
Building Material and Dimension Timber, Doors, Windows, Moldings, House Furniiis
Special Attention given to the Manufacture of Fruit and p
Boxes and Packing Cases. 1
Pctory and Ijumber TT-ct wt Old lt. laxj
DRY Pine, Fir, Oak and Slab WOOD Delivered to
any part of the city.
i Successors to L.
I. Frank, diH-eused.)
A General Line of
Horse Furnishing Goods.
HEPAIRINQ PROMPTLY NEATLY TXjSE.
wnolcsaic and Retail Dealers in Harness, Erifilcs, Wtips, Horse Blasts.
Full Assortment of Mexican Saifllcry Plain or Stampci
SECOND STREET. - - - - THE DALLEi
New - Umatilla- House,1
THE DALLES, OREGON.
SINNOTT &. FISH, PROP'S.
NOTICE FOR ITULICATIO.V
Lakd (irni a, Th Italln. or., i
Sov. 'J. Wjci :
Sntire ia hi?rilir irivpn that tl floinir- j
nnnttl antllvr hm ill.-tl iiottnrf Idh lnt.nllii to
nialif ntml tinwif in vtiiiMirt of hi" clniu) ami that !
win inl will In mailu UMoru thu rtMt'T anil
mriver at Th laliai, Orvyiiu, on wlnwlnv .
eral sheets of paper they brought the re
sult to Ed;on, only to be told that they
were wrong. The electrical experts
again went over their figures, checked
them and tried all the forms of mathe
matical calculation, from arithmetic to
applied mechanics, but without avail,
for the final result was again declared
wrong by Edison. After several more
aseleee attempts, and when a good por- j
tion of the day had been waited, the :
professors would work no more on the
problem. The "Wizard"' thea simply
took the cap off an incandescent lamp,
filled it with water, and then poured the
water into an instrument used to deter
mine the volume of fluids, whence the
cubical contents was known.
Mr. John Wallace
thus given was promptly
shipper at Kaiama, Wash., gives, in
Ice and Refrigeration, some interesting
, facts in relation to the rail shipment of
frozen fish, which may tie of general
lvalue. As onr readers well know, a
large quantity of frozen salmon finds its ! Df ev- - l V2, 2 T
coit-ii in ition , and export demand for
wheat and flour will likely soon 1 big ! J"; ,h;; 'v'
factor, and cause much higher prices to ; nwltt King
prevail. The stock of flour is nearly I lloniwtoad Arnlnntinn No -i
I .11 ....I L'l ..I .III i.
one eighth lens than a year ago. i ii,' n.in.t.liic
The wool market at home and abroad
is flat and will continue so until the
tariff question is settled.
Wheat (3 to -Pic per hu.
Eaki.ey Prices are np to 55 to f0c
cents ier 100 lbs.
0.ts The oat market is light at M J
to h" cents per UK) lbs. j
MiixsTrrrs Bran and shorts are I
qn-ited at $1 00 per ton. mid-'
(Dings 22 50 to W, 00 pttr ton. Rolled :
for the S1, n(
ID. 1 1. '.' li fi II ht.
Il nnma thf foliowtiic wttnt'" to prove hln
i roiitlltlloua renlil.rhi.f upon ami cultivation ol
I aulil Inml. viz. :
II. W. WelU. ot The Iinll.n. Or., t'harlea i
Katon, Janien hton ami l'NUI l.llnerotll of
Joiik W. I.Eir!, Hauler I
Ticket and Baggage Office of the U. I'. II. It. Company, and office of the Kmm
Union Telegraph Office are in the Hotel.
Fire-Proof Safe for the Safely of all Valuables.
LARGEST : AND : FINEST : HOTEL : IS : OREGON.
IF YOU WISTT
Government, State, or Dalles Military Road Lands,
Thomas A. Hudson,
tiiiii'i-wHir to Thortilitirjr A Iluilxm,
83 WashlnKton St., THE DALLES. OR.
If jrnu want iiif'rrnmtlon rititcnunir tivtT!i
mrtt Untt-.irf tin lttw n'intliiit thTvtt. ymi -m
r.nult tilm (nt nf nmrw.v 11. hit" luml' n -rtultv
itf tht tiimltiw, mid hi trmti'rl
ttu i iiitrtj Mtiit. Land (iITiif lur ovit ten yrri
" nviu m- i fw i.i iijt uimu3 n h axil- i- i ) ai
." . - . . . . ; rLoi'H Salin niilif flour i nnotd at
-- .- " v. - aj ""'l'l""! '"- J tio tiufro Imrorin .mi.
Nttif is hTiTy Kivfii thnt tt f'onrit rimrt
of the r(.it of m.irm fur W ro niun'v ttn Itim
ly il'ily Hpioi!i. !(! uiil'Tict(f! -iiiiinitr
trix tf tl.f ratilc nf Ir W. K. Kiti.iurt. 'i'
rvnl. iiiti ttml be hum tltily ifiirihlii n mh i
HdnilliMTrHtl IX All (Mitni( Hr tfn-rWorv
riuirwl t fir.'nt tivrir elmni- nifnittnt wrnt
?Mttt, with Kit prt'wrr m'tifr ttn' Wur. t. th
recognizes the fact that tish frozen solid j (3 00 per bhl. jr ton and f:i 25 per hhl. ; d-w I.""" " " ' " ' ""
will, in part, refrigerate themselves. ! 'etail. 1 tMII.V BK1.I.E HInkhaIit.
ii.M j.h.kj.1! iibv rniip-j in jirice I)t.'1 ttil l.l clnr ol I--"ii.i--r. 1 v,.;. i:
! boxes and load them into refrigerator!
j car. Thee cars are first reduced to as 1
i low a temperature as practicable, and
; then the floor is covered with several I
; inches of chilled sawdust. The Ixjxes of
lhen lal.iU I
lie I Airi-ltt fur the KMfern rini,n tjtnif
I otnimuy. mill .-all m-!I ou (,nuthjr. or t it
tnl'roil AfrU'ultlirnl Uim! ill any iiimlitlly
will M'lot a rnmlihlet iltq.'-all)Ing
anyone al niK to lllm lor It.
He l Ari-nt lor aale of lol In TboHWoK'I I"
Tloa to The llnllea. Thm Ailillllott l lain c
aere tola, anil dt.tlllel to Ik the nrlnriml m
rtem e irt ol the nlv I ml V.n nilmlte" lli
(roin (.ourthouiie, ( inii.utea Iron. K. K. Ifvfwt
Hettlera I.oealed oi 4.o vfrlinnt I.aala.
Ifyou want to Itnrrow Mtinejr, on l.nni or Mhurt tlma, ha ancommMlaiar
U rltoa rira. Life, mutt AorliloBl loauranca.
Ifyoa ranniil rail, wrlta. and yoor lattrra will t promptly aaarar4
Hay Timothy hay ranges in price
from $12 00 per ton, according to
quali'y and condition. Wlieat hay is
in full Ht'M-k on a limited demand at
H isi to $10 00 per ton.
I'otatokh 10 to 50c per 100 His.
I'.rTTEK Fresh roll butter at .'Kilo 50
Kecently inquiry has been made of ; Uih are tiien loaded in, leaving a space
the writer by writers in the East regard- J of wveral inches between the sides, ends,
ing the discovery and naming of Mal-i nd toP of the car, which is alrfo filled
herjr lake and river; alo the John Iay, WItn c"ul sawdust. Then the car it- i
Powder and Owyhee rivers. The names closed and sealed. No ice is placed in :
Malheur, Malade, etc., indicate the dis- I t,ie tanks of the car, but it lias iieen j
trees in early times of explorers or trav- j fouJ hy quite extensive experience that j
elers, who applied these names, sug- j Cl,h 80 packed for shipment reach their j
gested by their own unhappy condition, destination in perfect condition, in;
to streams or other geographical fea- : reasonably warm weather, without ice, I
tures hitherto unnamed. John Duv ' and th;, loo, after a passage of fifteen '
' 1 ... . ' 1 T 1 . , I
wu a hunter in Astor's overiand party lu nf"wu uy. me saving enecieu
of 1811-12. led by Wilson P. Hunt. He'"' the first cost of the lire; then cost of
was separated from the party in the up- j freight oa the ice, and also a gain of
per Columbia region during a long j 1 -500 f'Unds of fish in lieu of that much
period, and underwent terrible hard- i weight of ice, which, by the practice of
ships and privations, from which he
Buffered so much that he became insane
and died at Astoria, probably about the
end of the year 1811. There are several
streams east and west of the great con
tinental divide called Powder river.
Probably the name, like Malheur and
Malade, ia of French origin Poudre,
whic'i may signify dust, hence a stream
in a dust region
English works, is used as a name for
Hawaii. The first trading vesvel that
came into the Columbia river, after A-
Pacific road, is allowed
Estimates for the gold production of
1893 make it $H5,0o0,0O0. an increase
over last year of $X),000,000. In this
estimate the United Htatet is credited at
.'15,000,000, an increase over last year of
only 12,000,000. The principal increase
; is in the F.ntrlish Iprritorv nf Son ft.
Owyhee, in older I Africa and u , Engillh pro,i(..t. Tfie
i Americao prodmSt of silver has not only
j diminished in quantity for the year, and
i the showine in American orecioua metula
vor omoriunaie venture, was me
American tiark Owvhae. Poasihlv Bom '
one who had seen her gave the name to
oar river, or through some other cir
cumstance the original Owyhee may
have been applied to it. In "Evange
line" the heroine ia said to have prose
cu ted the search for her lover to all re
mote places, including the Owyhee;
but poetical romance did not work here,
for the name was not known to geogra
phy till long after the'Acadian episode.
for the year will be a poor one in con-
raat ear i f Vi rsAr inna svaata
cents jM-r roll, in brine or dry salt we
quote :il) to 40 cents Jr roll. '
Logs Good fresh eggs sell at !
P'iii.tey Chickens, are quot
1.75 to 2.25. Old fowls :!.00
dozen. Turkevs, 7 to H cents ier 11
l'.KKr a M i-rro.s lie!f cattle are in
better demand at 2.00 per 100
weight gross to 2.25 for extra B'hmI.
Mutton is now quoted at 1.75 to 12.25
per head. Pork offerings are light
and prices are nominal gross
weight arid4'.2 to414 cents dressed.
CopfKKCosta I:ica, is quoted at 24c
per lb., by the sack. Nalvadore, 23'tjC.
Si-oar iolden C, in bbla or sack .
?5 12; Extra C, 5 37; I)rv granulated
(, 12 In iKixes, I). G., in 30 lb loxes.
2 75. Ex C, (2 25. GC 200.
Pin Japan rice, B)irt7c; ixland,
! rice, 7 cts.
I Heans Small whites, Cd.hc;
I Pink, fx tier loo llje.
J Salt Liverpool, 501b sk, Cic; 10O11,
;sk.l 00; 200lh sk, $2 00. Htock salt,
$13 60 per ton.
HIDES AND rt'HH.
Hiiiks Are quoted as follows: Dry,
2!4c lb; green, l J,.
Kkbep Pti.TB 25 to 50 ea. Deerskins.
I 20c lb for winter and 30c for summer.
Dressed, light 1 lb, heavy 75c lb. itear-
I skins, nw$12 ea; leaver, 3 50 lb;
i otter, 5; fisher, 5nr5 50: silver gray
fox, $ I lira 25; red fox, 1 25: grey fox,
2 50m 3: martin, Ur125; mink,
'50crt55c; coon, 60c; covote, 50cfr75c;
i badger, 25c; polecat, 25 f45c; com-
I mon house cat, 10:(r.25c ea.
Khiloh'i cure, the Great Cough and
Representative Hermann, Ellis and
Doolittle say that the Wilson tariff bill
will cripple the Industries of the Pacific
state ; that there are no stales in the
anion, In proportion to their population,
that will suffer as much as the states of
Oregon and Washington by placing : Croup Cure, in for sale by finipes A Kin-1 J'J' ,'
wool, hope, coal, and alto lumber, on ! ersly. Pocket size contains twenty-live ; coimt ano'atate,
the free list. These industries have 1 doses, only 25c. Children love it. rold
grown to as to put these states in the I 7 Snipes A Kinersly.
It V virtue of an eK.iiO-m anit onl-r of inle
iaiieil onl of the I'irenit I on "t of tie- HUlle of
lir-iron for W-o I o 1 1 1 1 1 v , njin n il.fn-.- ami
Jnitn.eiit ntailf. r-inler., nnil enteieil hv -nlil
i uurt on the illt. Uuy of Nnvmler. 1-'.;. in
frtvwr of ,liimti:V in a unit w h-r- in A. i. Iloiton
an lil'iililifl. tin i f-miik il I'llli-jin anil Kln-Oa
4,ill.".!ie. . K If mi i ami V. H. Muti.-r w.-ri-'1
!.-:. ilrtlfM. anil to me ilir--t.il anil 41.-1 1 v .-r.-t
foTitiiianilMiff nie to levy niMin ami eil nil tne
IniiilH liK-ntioin-il im.'I eeritK-il lh -mil writ, ami
h-reinitlt.rr ilewrlt.l. 1 ilnl. on tie- Ith ilav of
Iw e oIht. l-n;. ilniv levy iiKrn, nn'l will seli at
j.ilMie auetloli. li the hijcht-Mt hliM-.-r, fur ch.ii
hi htiinl, oil
Monitay, the Hlh risjr January, I H1II,
at io'eloek In the aflermam of nM dny. nt the
front loor of the I onnly ourttion.e In lmlle
' II'-'. In VVaco ( iimity, 'ir..ni, all of the liiml
aml iirerniaea ileM-rllHl in nalil wrltund herein
rl- M-rltel ah follown, to-wtt ;
The liorttiweat onarter of leetloll fourteen II
In T-mtiahlf two J eolith, of Knnve tonrte.-ii
(111 l.aat of the Mlllamette llernllan, III U
eonntv, 'trecon. 'tr ro nni-h ih-r.-.if mm Rttnll lt
miflirlent tit aatlify the aum of f.il.itt, witn In-er-t
tlierem at the rate of ten jier eent. .r
annum mee Noventher ltth. 9tit atlor-
h'-y a leea. and III Ki eou In ani'1 int. t'lt-tle-r
with caita of aani writ, ami a-eriiinr e..i of
ale. T. A. WAKIt,
Hherlffof W'nni l otintv, 'trtvii.
It.-t at Ialle city, Or., 1w. 4. ijcj. ilni w;,
By lrtu of an cieeiiilon and nnli-r
ot Mle luei out of the (,'lreiill Court
of the atatr of itretron for the enmity
of Uaaeo, tn me rlireet.il, -.nninanilluit
uie Ut malie aale ol the laml In ai1 writ.ileaerllt
ed to-wlt; Ihiaar pieet-a and pareela of laml In
Waaeo O.liuty, Htate of ltr.iii, alinwn ami tie
erthet! aaall of arellou thre.-(.ll, and the ...nth
half of th nmthent 'jiiarUir of e.-llon furl),
ami tha aimth balf of aer thtn tit ( i ami tie
north half of ax-tlon eiitht laj. all In Towinhin
one in. nttrtl. ol Kaime fmirlren ruenatof the
w lllamette merlillau, to make and pay the nni
of money, III aald I Olirt artjll'lic-.l, ft tie ld U
the pialnlifl In aaid aetlon, la whleh aetiou The
Holieiiora Uatn anil 1 rut l oniiainy were plain
llfT and Jainea matth, Martha M. Htattli, Kv.-rett
K. Hall, J. V. Me lure, fa rah H Met lure. It l,
Alter, Halpb Ko.-ra. Julia S Itiarera, I rl i-ni-t1r,
J. M. Tavloraud 1. V. Kdwarda were .1.
feudaute. to-wlt, the aum of li.ttiin with Inter
eat there,n front July 1, lr.'. at the rate of mix
per eent e-rannuin and I "l .m attorney f,-
aaid aetlon and riaitaaud lllnireiuetita therein
Uied I ha.e tin. day levietl ,,,, ,(, laml
ala.ve deta-rllted and tin
Saturday the 43d day of lleren.l.er. IMH:l.
I'1 a Bl., n front of theeonrt
he ety of The Itnlle., In aaid
I will evil aaid land al i.ni.n
uetlitn, bt the hlK'ieat bidder llietelor
SlterlfTof Waaeotvtuiity.stateof (i'.V'mi.
TUB CDiumDia Packino Eb..
Pork and Beef
Fine Lard and Sausages.
Curers of BRAND
Hams id Bacon,
! NOTICE KOH Pl'I'.I.lCATIOS.
j (Tln.U-r Laud. Aet June 3, 1ST-!
I I H I.akii ttrrt. K, Thr Italle" '
i S,,y . K
Suliif 1. hen-l.v len that III paiirJ
Willi tlie urotl.l.ina ol the aet of eimP1
.Inn. 11. a;. riilitiul "All aet .t tne
; le-r land. In the Itit.- of I alll'irilla,
. Nevailit and W iiilituitton 'Itrrritory,'
I 'If Klim-l.-y. eouiitv of a--o, nt of
1 h.i. tlii. ilnv tll.tl In this olllee hi" """':
1 .... ..t v i'i. M ''
, of f.-et... So .-.1, in lowtiahip N"- ' ' ' "!t
! No M K . M . nnd will niter r""1'.
Ihat tie- land .'.iiifht la more vs'!1'.
tiiute-r or Mt.me than lor tiKrleuitural rj
ami to t-litlili.h hla eliiiiii to "il
the htVLIer and K'-eelv.-r of till. "T A
luillea, i r . oil the I ill. liny of Janilf ' ' j
II.- nann-N a. wltne.iM-a l,e..rire n
I-r Kn.l-v. U-iin Komleau ami IIaT
all of K li.K.le) , l tr.
a,. i- I ..if ,'. .In. li.e a'lv1
nim e ii-.-rii.-ii iiinu. an: n-'iii'"' (f n
l iilllu. In thl.ollii-e on or la-lore aanl P"""
Jauultr , l!l. OJ1.
win JoltS W. I.f Wis, E',
Dried Beef, Etc
A. A. Brown,
Keej a full aaaomneul of
Staple and Fauci
which be nrTera at Utw rifriraa
SPECIAL x PRICES
to Cash Buyers.
Highest Casl Prices for Ems and
170 SECOND STREET.
LEVI STRAUSS &
San Francirtc. Calif-
KOk fiAl-K BV
PEASE & MAYS
THK DALI.KS, OWM-