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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, JULY 28. 1894.
$ OUK SiHMJL-ArJ JN! UAL,
SATURDAY, JUliY 28th, 1894.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
SHOES, HALT'S, ETC.
This sale will be conducted on the same lines as our former sales, which have been so successful.
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures.
PEASE & MAYS.
Bald by Boom Member.
Washington, July 25. The action of
the WMiate caucus was received wi h
much tatisfaetion by members of the
house, and throughout the evening they
gathered at the public centers and dis
cussed the prospects of a speedy settle
ment. Although the jreneral under
standing of the members was that the
senators had not yielded on iron ore,
and had only discnsed a reciprocity
clause on coal, yet the tendency was so
strong for a termination of the struggle
that there was no crilicieni of what the
senators were expected to do. Springer
aid that the caucus action would readily
le accepted by the house, as the point
had been reached where the house
wanted a hill without any further
wrangle over details. This tendency in
the boose to end the controversy was
very marked today and was participated
in by members who have heretofore
KsxrretarT Dad No Authority to
Maka the Withdrawal.
"Wahhington, July 25. The secretary
of the interior today rendered a decision
on motion for a review in the case of the
northern Pacific Eailway Company vs.
Jennie L, Davis, involving the question
decided by Secretary Vilas in the case
of the said company vs Gulliford Miller.
In the case of Miller it was held by
Secretary Vilas that under the grant of
the Northern Pacific Railway Company
there was no authority vested in the
ecretary of the interior to make a with
drawal of indemnity lands for the bene
fit of said company. The decision today
rendered by Secretary Smith sustains
the ruling laid down by Secretary Vilas.
This decision will affect titles to the
home of many hundreds of settlers in j
the Pacific states. '
ONE MAN'S LUCK.
It Brought lllm a 1'rtie of Money Whloh
Kullied 111 Life.
Of a former metnWr of the lire de
partment of l'rovuleiiee. IL I., who
died a short time since by his own
hand, it was said by ,ne press and by
many of the people that "his fortune
was his misfortune."
Three years jiiyo this man was a
sober and valued tin-man. earning a
pood living by a useful life. Then he
drew a "prize" of eiyht thousand dol
lars in a lottery. He left the tire de
partment, intending' to "go into busi
ness,:" but with thisunexpected and un
earned money in his hands, he fell into
dissipation, and in three years had
spent nearly all the money.
Then, while under the influence of
liquor, or when recovering1 from it, he
crept into a dark attic and cut his
The doctors .said that the wound was
not of such a character that a strong1
man need have died from It; but this
man had so debilitated his system by
excessive drinking that the loss of
much blood ended his life.
Such was the conclusion, therefore,
of one man's "pood luck" in drawing a
lottery prize. There have been many
cases in the country in which similar
"luck" has lieen followed by personul
disaster almost if not quite as great.
uul foc'eiiing".' What faith
can ito these? Our gria
our great affections, tin
ur life, never leave lis. Mire
ly they cannot le separate from iu
consciousness: will follow it whither
soever they shall go. and are. of thei
nature, divine and immortal. Thacke
When Baby waa sck. we gare hvr CVuooHa.
When the van a CbiU, aho cried for Quturia,
When she became Mia, the ciuog to Cactorta,
When sue haul OUidrcn, the gam Umn Caatortv
liy virtue of an execution him! iMer i unie l
uti our ii tin- tin-nil imrt nl thf Stmc nf tlrv
)h iiuMaM1!) county. liiii h tli-rv Mint tiuU-
cnl itiHilc. rfiiilfrtil mill rnteml hv saiil court
or Dalles Military Road Lands,
II til" list day .1 May. l-'M, Hi favor ..( the ' a. -m- -
Viniiititt, in a .nit iicr.iii K. :. omst.s k was I T T v -a. ( - I 1 -w Tv """ ,v n.
plaliititr un.l tirorite W 1UI anj hinllv 1 1 1 1 I I i ( ) i 1 f 1 I II Jf JM
ore tl.fen.laills. ami to me tlll.-rt.sl ami .1,- - VJ A s a,
liver.il, roinnianilliiK me to levy iiiui and avll : SueeeMor tti Thonibury A IIiulMin,
The Flrat of the ferala Fleet.
Astouia, Or. July 23. The British
ioar-masted bark Crofton Hall, 2040
tons, the first of the grain fleet of 18!M,
arrived in tonight in ballast, after a fine
bat uneventful passage of 37 days from
Shanghai. On the Crofton Hall's last
voyage to the Columbia, she was in
command of Captain Evans, The for
matter it will be remembered, when be
left the Crofton Hall, took command of
British steamer running to the west
coast o' Africa and died of vellow fever
Killed Hta Slater sad Father.
BiBHiNcnAM, Ala., July 25. John
Collins, a market gardener, last night
thought he be heard thieves in his gar
den and started to investigate. He was
beard bv his daughter Maggie. Mrs.
Collins beard the two, and supposing
them to be thieves, arroused her son
William, who took bis gun and shot
fcoth father and daughter, The former
is dead and the latter is dying.
As Old Haldler Head.
Hillsbobo, Or. July 25. Captain
Erskine Carson died here today. Death
was due to a ballet wound received in
the battle of Bull Run. Captain Car
con was the author of the famous dis
patch to Governor Foraker, asking the
latter not to surrender any rebel flag j
while be was governor.
taORD Eosr.RKRT once introduced a !
fcill to substitute an elective senate for !
the house of lords. lie ia said to be '
heartily in favor of removing the veto j
power of the lords. I
Maitf.i. Gaiu;ia, who taught Jenny j
Land, is still teaching, slthouph he
liefran his ninetieth year March 17.
TllE last descendant of the French
pirate Jean Hart, Mme. Teisud, ha
died at Ihinkirk.
Jttirs Cesar was ashamed of his
bald head, and when it became shiny
he constantly wore a laurel wreath.
In time to any irregularity of the
Stomach, Liver, or Bowels may
sea, hi 1 lous
iness, and ver
ments, the best
which is Ayer's Tills, l'urely vege
table, sugar-coated, easy to take and
quick to assimilate, this is the ideal
family medicine the most popular,
safe, and useful aperient in phar
macy, ilrs. if. A. Duck Ktvhi.u
Harris, Term., nays:
"Aver's Cathartic PUN cured me of ick
headache and my liuabaml of neuralgia. We
think there U
No Better Medicine,
and have Induced many to ute it.
"Tblrty flve years asso tins Knrini. I a.
run down hr hard work and a uceessmn of
(olds, which made me so leehk- that It n.'i
an effort lor me to talk. I roniultrd the
doctors, but kept linking lower until I had
ffttcn up sll hope of ever Ix-uig letter.
Happening to be In a store, one day. wlicrc
Kdicines aere sold, the proprietor imtin-d
any weak and sickly appearance, and. after
a few questions as to my health, rcrom
Bended me to try Ayer's Pills. I had Mile
faith in these or any other medicine. Imt
concluded, at la;t, to take hia ail vice and ir
a box. Before I bad used them all. I a
ery much better, and two boxes cured me.
I am now so years old; but I believe that
U It bad not been for Ayer's Pills. I Mum Id
save been In my crave lonj; aeo. I buy c
boxes every year, which make 10 boxes up
to this time, and I would no more be . Un
cut them than without bread." It. I'
Intraham, IIockLind, Me.
Prepared hj Dr. J.C. Aytr kCo., Lowll, Hut.
Every Dose Effective
ny tirtiit! nf an execution luncil mil nf the
i riicutt l ourtot thenuitrof tireym tor Waeo ;
niiuty. in a milt ineiin pendinr wherein K I-!
Smith i plauiiitl nud ! V. liitrrion. eophi M. '
; Haruoin. Inuini W smith, John Klixternmn.
K. Pi. Ijiraen, dolns buiueK under .he mime of '
, K. H. Im mu A Co., Jnhn I.. Miller. Kmiinuel
, Miller nil Jnmea II. M mt. parlneoi dolus tul i
I uemi under the tlrro n.iiii.-ul Jnnn 1,. Miller A i
(... John Miirhy, Adnm l,rnt. J. U. (.runt nd
1 J. T. Kord, prtituerH done. bofcttieM ut.der tlie
tirm nsme of Miirphv, irnt & Co.. mnetn. :
oediun, I'ratt 4.nipany. a rorporatiiiii : r M.
. iiendtimoii a; Co., a tonoTMtnnt : A. fc. Henneit
and t. A. Ilartuin are dvf'iii.inl. on tlie i,ih
day ol July, stM, I will mn at Public Anctiii t.i
I the hurlim bidder furcali In haiid.nt tliei :(.iirt
, Ihxiwd'ur in iHtllea Ciiv. ummi.mi the tirt
day of ,-pieIn rjeri IS'h. at the hour of 2 o el. ck
in the afternoon of Mid dar.ali of the riuht.
titl ami interest of men a..d all of the above
, naninl l(eii!anl in anil I.. the full.iwniK Ue
l Triljeil real tmi rty lyinjr and uluale m Hawu
on my. oreron, Ut it:
All of loia one. two, three, foil-, twentv five.
I twentv lx, twenty-xv. n and IweutviKnl in
j li.-k four of Maticuma Addition to the town of
; l!l Itiver . alx lola o.. and twonf ,i.x (our
; in VV i nana Addition to ll. i,,wn i f ll.l Kivet ;
. alo b.-k two and lot one In bhs-k f"nr in tne
! town of I'arkuumi. T. J. liKIVKl;.
i jyjs .it bherlff ol IVvni i.ounty. Or.
i ' '
i Notice to Creditors.
all the lands mentioned and di-eritsi In lfl
writ, and neteliialter d.-crlbed, I did on the l.'th !
dnv of June lvl. duly lew uiiu.and will ell at I
Mililir aui'tion to the hnclieit lioliler forcali In
hand on iheusth dar o( July. 1'1. at -.'n clock ,
in the afternoon of mii'I dav at the fiont d..r of I
tne I ouiity Court lloiiw in lalle I'v, m Wasro I
eoilutv. ortvou. all of the land and prennea !
d.iKrrird in aald writ au.l liieiu ilewrlued aa I
Lot 3, 4, S, and vmtlieait uuart.T (',) of j
northwest uarter ( ,) u an iiou u oil, town
hip one il) ton in. ranife nlt-ii (1) eat, W
M.. colitainliis I. II. 77 aeiea of bind, tttuateil,
lyin and b.'inr in Kami county, lirexon.
( l.srv:ther ith the tenenicntH. hereditament ami
i apptirtcnaueen iliereunto he ouxtiir tir ill anv
j wi-eapp riaininfr.or ao mut?h therei.f aa ahall be
' uthcient til m'Wj the Mini of llxi.luwith inter
1 et thertsm at the rate of s ireeut. alnce the .Hat
j of May, IHM. and f.M atlorneyi feea and I'.".' .il
Ct,N in aatid anil liarether with thecostaol aald
; writ nod aerming rta of Mile,
j lialed at laUt!(. II) . UrKon. Jun.' .". A D
T. A. WAK1),
I Hherifl'of tVauMirtiuutv, orev.m.
83 Washington St. THE DALLES. OR.
II you want Information cnncemlnar (invent
nient lands, or tri- lawa rvUtiua thervhi. you can
consult him tree ol charirc. ileliaa made a a
cialty nf thla biislnem, and haa praclicsd l-(or.j
the l iilted Htatss 1-and Offliw for otttr tu yoaxa.
lie la Acnt for the Kaatcm Oreiron land
Company, and can aell vou (irailiut, or I n
Improved Arrlcultnral IjamU In any quantity
draiml, and will acud a I'aniphlet denrlblus
those- lands to auymio applying to him lor it.
He la Aareiil trr aa e of lota In Tlioapansi'a Audi
-non to The liallea. Thia Addition la laid of) la
acre. Iota, and Htsatlned to be the principal mi
dentw part of the cny. (mlv &i niiiiuiea' walk
from Courtiioiiiss 10 minute. I rum U. K. laepot.
Mettlera Located on Govamraaal Laada. -If
you want to Morrow Money, on Lone or Hhort time, he eaa aorutaiwiuriate yum.
Write rire, Life, and Accident I nan ranee.
If yon cannot call, write, and your letter will be promptly answered.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice i hereby given that by an order of the
County Court ol tho Hiate of (msrnn forVtatvo
county, niadenn 1 ein red mis l:itn nay of June,
1-etl, in the inutttY of the ra ate of V llllnm H
Wilful, dts.en.sl. Mo- dav, July It;, Wt, at the
hour of lo ov.'k A. 3.I., was ilxed a- the time
and tiie County Court hoom of Mid county aa
the place for the hcuring of the final account of
tiieeieciltor of the last will a-d Ulament of
aid rtetniaed all "nn havinc anv objections
to tuttd linal account anil lo the aettlement of
aid c-itale are dir.-ele.! to appear at aald time
and place, then and there to atn.w call?, If any
there be. why aald linal account ahouid not be
approved and said eute aettbtl.
jnnlti II. b. Ill NTIXC.TOX.
XOTICK FOK ITHUCATIOX.
Notice In hereby riven that the und'-rtiirned
ha by the County t;. urt nf tne nute of Krevon
forvtac county, in prottste, la en nppoiutrtl
i administrator of theestaleot Ausust lieilt-faeii
i dec-aard. All perx.na havinr claims gi io.it
; aio esuiie are nereny reuired to pre ent them,
with proper vouch. n. to me at the law oltiee of
conri-.n A I ouilon, 1 he 1 li-a. Ortuon, within
sis niotilharom the date of this notice.
Itetl July a, I-.
j HANS I.AtiE, Administrator.
NOTICK FOK 1'U BLICATIOX.
H. Ijso OfTICi, The lalltw. lit i
Ju y i, Isoi t
t.mpiaini pavinarbeen entered at thiaoftiee
7 rrans xiaione Kirmnst JonnViedt for aban
'loninc hl homentead entrt. No. 4:iti, daied
March -. r... upon the K'hW',. N4 hW.
and nWlf NWi,, Hec. lo I p. K H, R ! ' y j,
e mi l oiiii'v. Mreiou. with a ri,;w to the can
eeliation of uid enirr, the asid ps'tiea are bent
by ummnned to appt ar at thia orllce on the pjth
day of es-i.imber. lvn at lo n clock a. m , io
re-pond and fuini-h Ultimo' y concerninir aaid
allevl abandonine t K. M hhiitt. I1. S ( oin
m..ioner, is aulhonicl to I.. ..
t..-i..-, ttrevr.o, on e.u.-mijcr
loot ha?k a. m.
IJth, i"-t, a
No'i.e of Administrator's Final Account.
Notitr i. ht-rehr riven lhat J. W. Condon, ad
rnlnlt.at.w of the estate of llarrlst.n I orum.de
c m1 has r) et h' llnsl account of the a inilnis
tnitlonof aald ea'ate with theclerk of tbet ounly
Court nf h.. ho. to of Orevon. f..r V, aaco ountv,
and that aaid Court ' aa apt-ojnbsl 10 n'eltak m
M .ndav.Meetemher atl, lX. belli the first dav
of the reen ar eeptember term of ld Court for
the year lM. at the Cunt Court House in
Italics lty. tire. on. as the ,me and pla e for
fe heatr'inr of objection- to such linal aeeoimt
and Ihc settlement therettf.
This notice is puhll-b-d hv order of iald
County Court made and entc d Ju y 77th. liy4
J. W. " ONIioN,
I.rr (tmcr. The Italics. Or.,
May 11. IWH. i
(omplaint having been enteretl at this office
r Johann Ci rlselicr arainst the heirs at law of
llllam 31. Mtirpha. dts-eaaetl. lor abaednniii
HoniesU-.il Kntry, No. 4..71, datetl (tctola-r
lid N'5 bi hec
lllltv. (ir. von. with
view to the cancellation of aaid entry: the
aid jasrties are hereby summoned toappearat
The liallea. (tregim, on the nth dav of Jul v,
ivt,at ocl.a-k A. M., to respond and furnish
te-timony concerning, aaid alleged alaindou
nie.it. JOHN Y. I.KVV i.
1-'. Ii-M, upon the N'.hK';,
II, 1 p 1 N, It 10 t.. In Vt aseo county. Or. goli.t
TDg ColumDia PaGkiD3Go.,
Familiar Faces in a New Place
C. K. BAYARD, j. k. HAKNETT
J.ale Special Agrnt (Jentrat Land Ofiict.
Brctrci cfi? Barnett,
Ji?e FJeal Estate, Ijoar?, Iurarjee,
3 TJ BLIO.
Partie huvinK I'mperty they wiali to K.-I1 or Trwle, Houaea to listnt, or
AUtruct of Title furnisli.id, will find it to their advantago to call on us.
We shall make a Bpetialty of the prowfeution of Claim, -and Contot
lieforo tho Unitep Stut- Lntiil OiTiee.
85 Washington St.
THE DALLES, OR.
Tug CiiKOKicLC I'rint all the
FOR SALE OR TRADE
A FINE IMPORTED
French Percheron Stallion.
WXtrM In Korvi flf?h .r4jn pnwin, nnti fur Fo.
(rtti-r. Hit wMI r.rretfMh it iiotM with
jippmvrd MTtirii), will lrw)
Utt hyxpr ur cttc
A4dre & Buckleyt
(Jtasa Vallev, Or.
Pork and Beef
Fine Lard and Sausages.
Curers of BRAND
i Knceajwaorg to L. I). Frank, dwcamd.)
- ici3srxs .
illllf, ill flllfll
Dried Beef, Etc.
W. H. YOUNG,
(ineral Blaekainithing and Work done
promptly, and all work
Horse Shoeing a Speciality
Tbirt Street, opp. Uclie's aids tani.
A General line of
Horse Furnishing Goods.
EEPAIEino PBOMPTL7 NEATLY
WMcsale and Retail Dealers in Harness, Bridles, Whips, Dorse Blanicts, Etc.
lull Assortment of Meiican Saddlery Plain or Stamncd.
HECOND STREET. .... THE DALLES. OK
THE DALLES LUMBERING CO..
No. G7 Washington Street. . The Dalles.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer, and Manufacturer, of
Boilding Material ud Dineision Timbtr, Doors, Windows, Moldings, Ik FareLsJiinp, Etc
Special Attention given to the Manufacture of Fruit and Fish
Boxes and Packing Cases.
rftCtory X-oaatjaor Tard t Old Pt. I3all.
DRY Pine, Fir, Oak and Slab WOOD Delivered to
any part of the city.