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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1895.
The Weekly Chronicle.
' yiom our regularfeorrespouaent. -
Washington, Jane 7, 1895.
' Had Mr. Cleveland tried he conld
hardly have selected a secretary of state
who would have been more displeasing
'to the democratic leaders in congress
v than Attorney General Olney. Mr.
Olney does not lack ability, but the
' ability he has is not the kind which
makes a successful secretary of state.
' He is utterly devoid of that spirit of
' affability in dealing with men which has
r always been considered a prime, neces
sity in the make-up of a diplomat. He
'' has so conducted the business of the de-
partment of justice that the average
congressman prefers when hebas busi
' nets with that department to transact it
- f in writing rather than to take the chance
of being personally snubbed by Mr
. Olney, as bis present colleague, Post
.master General Wilson, was when be
was chairman of the boose ways and
'means committee and the recognized
-leader of the democrats in that body
By the way, speaking of Wilson, if he
bad not been postmaster general he
might have been secretary of state, bnt
since be joined the cabinet he has shown
himself to be too much of a narrow gauge
man even for Mr. Cleveland, who is cer
tainly far from being broad-minded
Thete is more or less dissatisfaction
among democrats over Mr. Cleveland's
method of selecting Attorney General
Olney for Secretary of state. Although
there were a score of men prominent in
democratic councils near enough to
Washington to have been called into
consultation without delaying the filling
of the vacancy or inconveniencing them,
no advice was asked of any of them, and
about the only democrat outside of the
cabinet who has Been Mr. Cleveland was
Senator Gray, of Delaware, who is known
aa.a cuckoo, but not as a leader.
The convention of the republican na
tional league, which will assemble at
Cleveland, Ohio, on the 16th inst.,'is
regarded by most republicans as a vir
tual opening of the presidential cam
paign. All reports brought to Washing
ton indicate that the attendance will be
large and enthusiastic, including nearly
every man who is recognized as one of
the national leaders of. the party. Ex
President Harrison, Gov. Mortons and
Chauncey M. Depew have not yet ac
cepted the invitations extended to them,
bat it is probably that they will
Among those who have accepted invita
tions and who will attend the conven-
tion, barring sickness or. accidents, are
ex-Speaker Reed, Gov. McKinlev, ex-
Gov. Foraker, Gen. Russell, A. Alger,
Senators Allison, Dubois, Thurston,
Carter, Lodge, Nelson, Burrows and
Patton. One of the features of the con
vention will be a mammoth harmony
dinner to be given in the evening of the
second day! This dinner will be served
on the ground floor of the Arcade build
ing, and the tables will be set for 2,000
guests, and provided with the best eata
bles to be obtained. The galleries above
the ground floor are half a mile in length
and will accommodate more than 5,000
republican men and women, who will
naturally want to see the greatest har
mony dinner ever proposed eaten by the
delegates to the convention and their
guests. Republicans are not alarmed at
democratic predictions of trouble in the
convention, because they know that the
basis of the predicted trouble the sil
ver question and the booming of some
particular candidate for the presidential
nomination is composed of matter over
which the convention has no legitimate
jurisdiction, and with which it will not
attempt to deal.
Retribution ' is sometimes almighty
Blow, but it nearly always gets there
just the same. Charles B. Morion, a
Maine democrat who was made commis
sioner of navigation by Mr. Cleveland
in his first administration and auditor of
the treasury for the navy department
early in the present administration ab a
reward for the scavenger work he per
formed in the campaign of personal abuse
that was waged against the late James
G. Blaine in 1884, was this' week sum
manly dismissed from the latter office
by Mr. Cleveland, and, to make the de
delayed retribution nil the more satis
iaciory to aecenc people, Morton was
dismissed for exactly the same reason
xnac ne was given office for exercising
hia scavenger proclivities. But he made
the mistake of abueing the man who
gave him office, this time, and was con
.eeqnently kicked out of office, greatly to
the satisfaction ot officers of the navy
wnose accounts it was nis duty to pass
upon, and with whom he has been in
a constant wrangle ever since be held
office. May his nnlamented fate be a
warning to those who try to travel . into
office over the sewer route.
Secretary Carlisle is going to Kentucky
to a last attempt to stem the tide of free
ailver which is apparently sweeping over
the democratic party of that state.
: . Cab. '.
' The Care of Teeth.
At 6 years of age four permanent teetb,
double teeth, the most useful teeth in
the mouth, are cut. These teeth, be
cause of the bad condition in which fre
quently the milk teeth are found at this
time, are subjected -more to the causes
of decay than .any other of the perma
nent teeth, hence special care should be
given at this time to the care of the
teeth to keep them clean. . A tooth kept
clean will not decay. On the Pacific
coast there is very rarely a case where a
child has attained the age of 14 but what
has lost one or more of these teeth, has
had them filled, or else the teeth or
roots of them remain in the mouth de
caying, ulcerating, and causing a Very
bad breath ; the puss mixing with the
food goes to the stomach and does injury
to the digestive organs. The health of
every individual aepenas very uiutu
opon the health of his or her teeth. ',
The time to care for the .teeth, to keep
them clean, is between the age of 6 and
14. During this time all the permanent
teeth but the wisdom teeth are cut, and
the wisdom teeth are of little use to
man. But no One can well afford to lose
any one of 'the other permanent teeth,
especially the double teeth, or molars,
I have registered, within the last four
years, the names of eighty-four children
for whom I have worked, their ages be-
ing between 7 and 14 years. From my
observation' and experience with the
children I attribute the cauae of decay
of teeth to the lack of cleanliness. Chil-
dren don't know how, and parents fail
to 'teach them to clean their teeth.
Each of the children, whose names I
have recorded, came to me with a heavy
ccat of stain and more or less tarter on
their teeth. The stain softens the
enamel and gives rise to a rotting or de
caying of the teeth. ' The tarter inflames
the gums, absorbs the bony substance
in which the tooth is situated, causing
it to become loose, and soon in age to
drop out. I removed the stain and tar
ter and filled all the cavities in the
teeth, giving the children a clean and
healthy mouth. By thoroughly brush-
ing their teeth, they keep the stain and
tarter from re-forming, and prevents
any further decay or loss Of teeth.
Parents, take your children to your
dentist and have their teeth cleaned,
and let him show them how to use the
brush, for many who use the brush nee
it injuriously on the teetb, and fail to
clean them. Have him tell them when
to use the brush on the teeth, and what
to use with it.
S. H. Fhaziee. Dentist, '
Chapman Bldg., Room 1 Up Stairs.
Bloomers in Chicago
A prophet has appeared in Chicago.
It was time that one came from some
where. . The rights of man were being
assailed, and the morals of the country
were being endangered. The badge of
masculine supremacy was being stolen
by women, and they were actually to be
sen in public riding bicycles without
long skirts to denote their feminine in
feriority. That was an outrage which
threatened the sanctity of the home and
the established order of society, and,
worst of all, shocked the modesty and
delicate sensibilities of the men who
lined themselves up along the roadsides
to catch every possible glimpse of tbe
passing figures, and make themselves
expert witnesses as to the brazen nature
of the exhibition
A large part of the community were
unaccountably callous to this new out
break of depravity. , But Chicago has a
citizen who realized tbe danger, and was
equal to the occasion. "Bath House
John" knew the insidious evil 'wrought
by the new bicycle costumes. He has a
finger on the moral pulse of Chicago,
and is quick to notice any disturbance.
He has penetrated the secret motive
actuating the offending women. Tbey
pretend that they are anxious to take ex
ercise, that bicycle riding is more pleas
ant, more healthful and less dangerous
on a wheel of the diamond-frame pat
tern, which forbids tbe use of long skirts.
They 'make various excuses tending to
give tbe impression that they wear
knickerbockers entirely from utilitarian
motives. But "Bath House John"
knows better. He understands that
they are seeking to invade . masculine
rights and take unto themselves male
attire, which intention, as he says, "is
disguised by the friends of this raging
craze by the name of bloomers and
kuir-kerbockers." Moreover, Chicago.
being a particularly staid, modest and
virtuous town, feels quickly the evil
wrought by a demoralizing habit, t-nd
"Bath House John" says that "the craze
has assumed such proportions that it
menaces the public morals of this good
city." Accordingly, he proposes to stop
it. Being a city legislator, he believes
in doing it by passing a law, as was
done several years ago in a city which
objected to the Mother Hubbard, and he
has drawn up a bill forbidding "any
female person" to appear on the high
ways of the city attired in "bloomers,
xnicKeroocKers, DaseDall attire or
We hope that the Chicago common
council will give this subject serious con
sideration. It should not be referred,
as has been suggested, to the committee
on smoke, though the blodmerclad
woman may soon be caught smoking,
bnt the question railed should be settled
with Chicago' usual directness and good
taste. After -having decided that a
gentleman should not tuck bis napkin
in tne armnoies ot nis waistcoat in pre
ference to tying it around his neck,
settled the controversy whether or not
a gent in lull dress at the opera in a
Fedora hat is in line and dressed
proper," Chicago may well go on to de-
termine more points of etiquette" The
status of the bloomer costume is still un
settled. It is fashionable in Paris and
London, bnt the world waits for Chicago
before giving approval. Besides, let the
questions of morals not be forgotten.
These foreigners are a depraved lot, and
their woman have little sense of pro
priety. -It is high time that some trne
Puritan and . American like "Bath
House" John Coughlin came forward to
protect the virtue and dignity of Ameri
can womanhood. New York Tribune.
n one wn na8 ever nad aD atack
of inflammatory rheumatism will rejoice
w,tn . jjr. J. A. otnmm, ZzU. uoyie
Heights, Los Angeles, oyer his fortunate
-scaDe from a siege of that distressing
ajment. '. Mr. Stumm is foreman of
Merriau's confectionery establishment.
g0lne montbs ago, on leaving'the heated
ori run across the street on an
err8nd. he was cauebt out in the rain.
jne nent wa that when ready to go
home that night he was unable to walk,
owingr to inflammatory rheumatism. He
waa taken home, and on arrival was
piaceti ja front of a good fire and
thoroughly rubbed with Chamberlain's
pajn Balm. During the evening and
night he was repeatedly bathed with this
liniment, and bv morning, waa relieved
of all rheumatic pains. He now takes
especia pleasure in praising Chamber
lain's Pain Balm, and always keeps a
bottle of it in the house. For sale by
Blakeley & Houghton, Druggists.
Preservaline is the best thing to keep
milk and cream from being sour. - Its
appearance, convenience, cheapness and
perfect purity recommend it to all users.
Call at Maier & Benton's and see a sam
ple of this great help to housekeepers in
summer time. wlw-jll
Maier & Benton have just received a
large stock of "presevaline" which is
just the thing to keep milk from souring
in hot weather. Watch their advertise
ment next week and come and see this
great boon to housekeepers. wlw-jll
There is one medicine that will cure
immediately. We refer to De Witt's
Colic and Cholera Cure for all Summer
Complaints. No delay, no disappoint-
ment, no failure.
And a single application of CUTI
CURA, the great skin cure, will
afford instant relief, permit rest
and sleep, and point to a speedy,
economical, and permanent cure of
the most distressing of itching,
burning, bleeding, scaly, and crusted
skin and scalp diseases, after phy
sicians, hospitals, and all else fail.
Exert a peculiar, purifying action
on the skin, and through it upon
the blood. In the treatment of
distressing humors they are speedy,
permanent, and economical, and in
their action are pure, sweet, gentle,
and effective. Mothers and chil
dren are their warmest Yriends.
Sold throughout the world. Potter Drug and
Chbm Com-., Sole Props., Koston. W "All
about Baby's Skin, Scalp, and Hair," mailed free.
If tired, aching, nervous moth
ers knew the comfort, strength, and
vitality in Cm knra Vlastnr, they
would never be wiihout them, la
every way the swt-t.-t -t h-st.
r NOTICE. ... i.
TJnitsd Statks Lnd Omci.l
The Dalles, Or., June 4, 189 .
Complaint having been entered at this office
by John C. Tucker of Wamic, Or., against O. H.
I'avenport for abandoning his Hometend Entrv
No. 8616, dated April 8, 1891, upon the SkW:
See 7,NENEKSec 18, and NWJ Nwk. Sec
vleto1 ?he clnceiutton SJKZJ
parties are hereby summoned to appear at tlds
omce on uje zyto aav 01 juiv. 1&9D. at iu o-eincit
a. m.; to respond and furnish testimony con
cerning said alleged abandonment.
J10-JUI2U . jas, r. moore. Register.
For Infant and Children.
Caatoria promote) Digestion, and
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Sour
Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Feverishness.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and its'
sleep natural. Caatoria contains no
Morphine or other narcotic property. ' '
"Casterialsso well adapted to ehfldrea that
I reeommetMl it as superior to any prescription
known to me." H. A. Axchkb, M. Dm
. in Booth Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" For aermaJ year I hare reoomm53ed joar
Castoria,' and (hall always continue to do so,
a it has invariably produced beneficial remit."
.- KDWIK F. PiFDBK, M. D.,
125th Street and 7th Ave Mow York City.
"The na of 'Oaatorkk.' la so nnivenal and
Ita merita io well known that it reams work of
supererogation to endorse it. Few are the in- -telllfrent
families who do not keep Oastoria
within easy roach."
Cajlum ILiarnr D. D
' x Kew York City.
Tsa CswrAoa Ooktajty, 77 Murray Street, K. T.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Offick, The Dalles, Or., )
May 22. 11-95.
Notice Is -hereby given that tbe following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim and that
said proof will be made before the register and
receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on July 8,
181)5, viz: ..
Addl. Hd. E, No. 3532, for tbe 8El, See.
21. Td. 1 N K 13 E. W. M.
He names the foilowlnir witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, viz; William H. Taylor.aJohn Wag
enblast, William Miller, X. M. Morgan, all of
The Danes, ur.
m22 -' JAB. F. MOORE, Register.
Sale of "On-Hand" Freight and Baggage
The Dalles, Portland & Astoria Navigation
Company will sell at public auction on Sat
urday, May 25, 1895, at R. B. Hood's auction
rooms, second street, ine uaiiea, tne ioiiowiu
described rrotertv. which has been on ban
three months and over : One valise, two bun
dles beddtuar. marked J. T. Harsell. Portland
charges fC. One valise of phutcriug tools, no
marks; 25 cents. One trunk of clothing, no
marks, oval ton. zinc covered, double lock
-4.50. One rack traps, C. H. St. Johns, care S,
W. Davis, The Dalles; 25 cents. One box house
hold roods, no marks, weizht about 200 lbs
$4.60. One blk. valine and contents, no marks ; tl.
Oneca&e merchandise, no marks: $2. (me rus
set valise, Dave Barzelle, Stevenson, Wash. ;
One zinc trunk, Dave Barzelle; Stevenson
Wash.; fl. One box old school books, no
mark-: 50 cents. One empty trunk, no mares
fl. One black leather valise, no marks, bearing
P. & A. N. Co. 'a check No. 205; $2.50,
All the above goods Kill be sold to s
charges being held against them, unless claimed
prior to the date of sale, and all enm a paid.
W. C. ALLAWAY. Gen.Agt
Notice is hereby given, that the firm
heretofore existing and doing business
under tbe firm name of Joles, Collins &
Co., has been dissolved by mutual con
sent. Mr. . J. Uollina nas become. tbe
purchaser of the entire stock, notes and
accounts of said firm, has assumed all
liabilities and will settle all cla ma
against said firm.
Cj. j. uoixiks,
' Isaac Joles,
' Elizabeth Jol"es
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Land Office, The Dalles, Or.,
May 8, 1895. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
and Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on June
19th, 1895, viz:
Hd E, No. 3119, for the NEJ, Sec. 10, Tp. 3 8 R
l. E., W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove nis
continnous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, viz: Robert Kelly, w. H. rJutis. ine
Dalles, Oregon, James W. Cox, John M. Roth
mll-Jl& jas. . JttUUKr., negister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
. Land Office, The Dalles, Or.,)
-May 9, 1895. )
Notico is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of bis intention
to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
tne register and receiver at ine uaues, or., on
June 21, 1895, viz.:
Wlllard I. Wrlgjht,
nd. E, No. 8312, for the SEJ4 NEJi, N 8E and
SWKi bKl4, Sec. 34, Tp. 2 8 R 14 E.
He names the following witnesses to prove bis
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz.: PoU Butler, Hayden O'Neil,
Marion Warner, Ezra Hensen, all of Nansene,
mll-JIS jas. r. jiuubis, jiegisier.
Come tc my place on 5-Mile about
Dec. 1st 1894, one light red cow, about 4
years old branded XL (connected). - Crop
off right ear and un-'er half crop off left
ear. Owner can have same by proving
property and paying charges.
C. F .Wagekblast,
One hundred and six acres of Fruit Land on
Mi l Creek, rive miles from The Dalles fifteen
acres in Graoes and Orchard, and four acres in
Strawberries. Will sell all or part. Plenty of
Wood and Water. Also 120 acres of Grain Land,
ten miles west ot Tbe Dalles.
feb23-lf T. M. DENTON.
Betweeen Mitchell and Gross Valley, one new
Rupert & Gable saddle, one garden rake, and
two window sashes. A liberal reward will be
paid to anyone finding and returning tbe same
to me. LONN I AYLOR, .
apr5 V . Mitchell, Or.
Lost, One red and white heifer, 8-year-old in
the spring; branded m on the hip; marked
smooth crop oft the right ear and "lit and nnder
bi t in tbe left ear. Alo one almost red 2-year-old
heifer, branded on the hip samo as red and
white heifer's brand. Any one letting me know
where thsy are will be paid for their trouble.
Addres BEN BOUTMWELL,
anl9-lm . . Endersby, Wasco Co., Oregon,
Stray Notice. .
. Came to my place last winter, a red calf, with
bald face, smooth drop on right Hr, and L on
left enr. No brauas. Owner can have sitne by
paying expenses for keeping a- d advertising
junl5-lm PETER RI8CH, Dufur, Or.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Sarah Ann C. Warner, V
Joshua O. Warner,
Defendant 1 '
To Joshua O. Warner, the above named de
In the name of the State ot Oregon: You are
hereby repuired to appear ana answer the com
plaint filed against you iu the above entitled
Button or before Monday, the 27th day of Mhjt,
18U5, that being the first day of tbe next r gular
term of said court: and if you fail so to answer.
for want thereof the plaintiff will apply to tbe
aoove named tjonit lor me renei demanded in
her complaint, to-wit: lor a decree of divorce
dissolving and annulling the marriage relation
now existing between you and plaintiff, and
that plaintiff have the sole custody of the minor
children, Harvey D. Warner, Helen May Warner
and Perry Warner, and for such other and fur
ther relief ai to the Court may seem equitable
This Summons Is served upon you br publica
tion thereof lu The Dalles Chronicle, a news
Eaper of general circulation published weekly at
aiies City, Wasco County, Oregon, by order of
the Honorable W. U Bradsbaw, Judge of tbe
above-named Court, which order was duly mada
at wouaon, uunani County, Oregon, on tne lutn
unjr vl April, IftX).
DUFUR & MENEFEE,
aprl3-m25 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Notice to Donation Claimants.
United States Dist. Lakd Om'ci,j
THE Dalles. Oresrnn. t
To all persons having made settlement noon
tracts of land within this district, nd given
notice, as required b law, that tbey claim sucb
lands as donations under the provisions of the
act of Congress entitled "An act to create the
office of surveyor-general of the public lands in
Oregon, and to provide for the survey, and to
make donations to settlers of tbe said public
lands," approved September 27, 1850, and the
various acus amenoacory and supplement-it
than.,. inH n ).' Y. ..1 . - .1 1 r .
and all persons making claim to such donation
claims, whether by ascent, devise, judicial
sale, or conveyance in good faith, who have
nitnerto failed to moke and tile in the proper
land office final proof of such claims.
Notice is her -by given, in accordance with the
requirements 01 section l ot tbe act ol Congresi
aupiovd July v6, 1894, ami in pursuance of the
directions of the Commissioner of the general
land omce thut tbey are required to apicar at
this office and make and ft If final proofs of such
claims ai d perfect their title thereto before the
ist day ot January, i9b, ana mat it tney tail to
do so within the time,UL-b donation claims will
be held to have been abandoned bv them, and
the lands embraced therein will berestorod to
the public domain, as provided in said act of
Congress of July 26, 194.
Given under our hands this 9th day of May,
mll-J22 WILLIAM H. BlGGd, R ceiver.
By virtue of an alias execution issued out of
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Wasco county on tbe 16th day of May, 1895, in a
suit tnerein penaiug wnerein Aj. bmitn li
plaintiff and M. V. Harrison, Sophia M. Harri
son, James W. Smith, John Klosterman, E. S,
Larsen doing busin- ss under the name of E. S.
Larsen & Co., John U. Miller, Emanuel Miller
and James B. Watt partners oolng business un
der the Smrname of John G. Miller it Co., John
Murpoy, Adam Grant, J. u. Grant ana j. 1.
Ford partners doing business under tbe firm
name of Murphy, Grant & Co., Gorretson, Wood
rnff, Pratt Company, a corporation. C. M. Hen
derson Co.. a corporation. A. S. Bennett, and
tC. A. Bartmes are defendants, directing me to
tell the real property hereinafter mentioned, I
will, on the 15th day of June, 1895, at the hour of
two o'clock in the afternoon, at the courthouse
ooor in Aaues city, nasco county, uregon, sell
all of the right, title and Interest of each and all
oi said attendants in and to lots one, Two,
Three. Four. Twenty-five. Twenty-six. Twenty-
seven and Twenty-eight, lu block one of
Waucoma Addi ion to the town of Hood River,
to the bisbest bidder for cash in band to satisfy
tbe sum of $2617.93 and interest thereon at the
rate of ten per cent per annum from the 1st day
oi Bepiemoer, ist. ana tne accruing costs.
T. J. DRIVER.
myl8-5t : Sheriff of Wasco County, Oregon.
In the Couuty Court of the State of Oregon lot
In the matter of tbe estate of Patrick Dorris
To James Dorris and the unknown heirs of the
estate of Patrick Dorris. deceased, greeting:
In 'the name of the State of Oregon. You are
hereby cited and lequiied to appear in the
County Court of tbe State ot Oregon for the
Ountrof Wasco, at the courtroom thereof at
Dalles City, in said county, on Monday, tbe 6th
day of May, 1895, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of
that day, (hen and there to show cause, if any
exist, why an order of sale should not be made
lor tne sale oi real property Belonging to said
estate, as in tbe petition of the administrator of
said estate prayed for.
Tbe real property described in said petition for
sale, and for which an order of sa e is asked, is
WU of 8Wli, and the ' of N WW of Section
17, Tp 3 South of Range 14 E, W. M., in Waeco
n tin- ss the Hon. ueo. c istateiey, luage
fSEALl of the said County Court, with the
seal of said Court affixed, this 5th day of rebru
ary, A. D., 1895.
Attest: At ai. &.j!.Li3ivi, t;iers.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has duly filed her final account and report iu
the matter of the estate of Charles E. H ight,
deceased, and that Monday, the 6th day of May,
1895, at 10 o'alock, a. m. of said day, at tbe
County Court roots in Dalles Cltv, Wasco
County, Oiegon. has been appointed by the
tionoraDie county tourt oi wasco i:ounty,
Oregon, as the time and place for the hearing of
any objections to said final account and report.
ah peisons interested in said estate are nereo;
notified to appear at said time and place ao
show cause, i any, wby said retort and account
snonid not De ratineo ana approvea ana an or
der be made discharging said administratrix and
exonerating her b ondsmen.
Datea this 27th day of March, 1895.
PHOEBE J. HA IGHT.
Administratrix of the estate of Charles E.
uuf UK s nr.AAre.rM
m30-a27-5t Attorneys for Administratrix.
Notice la hereby given that the undersigned
has, by an oner of ibe County Conr of tbe State
of Oregon for Wa-cocountv, duly ma e and en
tered, been appointed administrator ot the estate
of Mlas Prather. decea-ed. All persona having
laims against bald estate are notified to present
the fame to me. with th proper voucher there
for, at tbe office of Huntington it Wilson, The
Dalles, Oregon, within six niontns rrom the
Dated April 26th, 1895.
J. M. HUNTINGTON,
Notice is hereby given that J. W. Mooro and
H. E. Moore have assigned to me all of their and
each of their property, real ai d personal, for the
benefit of all their, and eaoh of their creditors, in
proportion to the amount of tbe respective
claims of such creditois. All persons having
claims against said assignors, or either of them,
are hereby notified to present their claims, un
der oath, to me at the' office of Huntington &
Wilson, The Dalles, Oregon, or at my residence
near Nansene, Oregon, within three months
from the date of this notice.
Tbe Dalles, Oregon, May 2, 1895.
w7t POLK BUTLER, Assignee.
Notice is hereby given thst Ernest Jscobsen,
an Insolvent deDtor, has duly conveyed to me
by pmter deed of assignment all his property
of everv kind, in trust for tbe benefit of oil of
his creditors' under the general assignment laws
of the Bute of Oregon. ...
All nersons bavins- claim against said insolv
ent are hereby notified to present tbe same to
me, properly verified, within ninety days from
Dated at The Dalies, Oregon, April 12, 1895.
dat of thia notice.
-A. N EW
PR1NZ & NITSCHKE
DEALERS IN 7
Furniture and Carpe s.
We have added to our business a
complete Undertaking Establishment,
and as we are in no way connected with
the Undertakers' Trust, our prices wil
be low accordingly.
A. A. Brown,
Keeps s full assortment of
Stole and Fancy Groceries'
which he offers at low Figures
to Cash. Buyers'.
Hi&kt M Prices for Eis aiii
other Mice. .
170 SECOND STREET.
Tfiecoiuiia Packing Co.,
Popk and Beef
MANUFACTTJBEHB OF . ,
Fine, Lard and Sausages.
Curers of BRAND
Dried Beef, Etc.
BUY YOUR ,
We carry everything that is (rood
to eat, and at such prices that
we should hare the trade of all
hungry people. . -
Teas and Coffees.
an give you an ezoellent blend
ed Coffee at 26 per pound.
Ask for Halivor Butter.
Telephone No. 60.
Bate Own ; and MitcM1
THOMAS HAEPEB, - - Proprietor
Stages leave Bake Oven for Antelope
every day, and from Antelope to Mit
chell tnree times a wees.
GOOD HORSES AND WAGONS.
To the Gbnkeal Public:,
The nndereighed has thoroughly re-
modeled what Is known as the .Farmers'
Feed Yard, corner of Third and Madi-
eon, adjoining J. L. Thompson's - black
smith shop, and is now ready to accom
modate all who wish their horses well
Suit the Times.
AGNEW & McCOIXEY, Props.,
' The Dalles, Or.
For Sale or Trade.
One Norman Stallion, weight about!
.500 pounds : 4 Head of work horses ; tl
voune horses. Will sell or trade foif
Dalles City property.
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