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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 9, lSSfc.
Spain Must Adhere to Our
Americans Will Formally Tender Spain
Payment for the Islands Presi
dent Meanwhile to Consult With
His Advisers Regarding the Sum
to be Paid.
TSkw York, Nov. 7. A Washington
Spain's exhaustive argument against
the cession of the Philippine islands to
the United States has had the result of
making the' officials all the more deter
mined to take them. Instructions sent
to Mr. Day, chairman of the American
commission, will require him and his
colleagues to renew Tuesday their de
mands for the cession of the entire grocp
to the United States, and they will make
in their communication the first offer of
.money in payment for the islands.
It is understood that the president
will consult tomorrow with some of his
advisers concerning the -amonnt to be
named in the American communication,
but the sum to be paid will not under
any consideration exceed the aggregate
of the debts contracted by the Spanish
government for improvements to the
Philippines. . All military debts ' and
debts contracted in the name of'otfaer
islands, such as Cuba, will be barred,
and tbe Spanish commissioners will be
informed that they must recogniza this
fact ae promptly as possible.
The Spanish commissioners have de
clared, it is said, that Instead of the
United States acquiring tbe Philippines
this government should pay their gov
eminent an indemnity for the attack
on Manila after the peace protocol had
been eigned, and for the damage conse
After the Philippine question has been
dtposed of, the commissioners will con
sider the determination claims- which
have been filed by Americans against
Spain-and by the Spaniards against tbe
"United States. It is thought that this
government would bind itself to satisfy
all American claims, in consideration of
the territory ceded . to the United
States, but this statement ' is incorrect.
lne bpanien commissioners have a
heavy claim for fillibnstering against
the United States to offset the claims
filed by Americans for personal and
property injuries, and the question of
their disposition will have to be settled
REBELS IN CON
TROL OF LUZON
The United States Troops at Manila Ex
pect to See More Fighting.
New York, Nov. 7. A dispatch to tbe
Herald from Washington says: -.
Major Simpson, of General Merritt'e
staff, has just returned from Manila, and
though personally he does not seem to
fear serious trouble with the forces of
Agninaldo, he says there is a distinct
sentiment among the United States
troops that there may be more trouble
and that more troops may be needed to
Aguinaldo's force is reckoned at about
30,000, and Major Simpson freely admits
that the rebels are in possession . of the
liland of Luzon. ' - . -
Claud Branton Found Guilty.
... . Eugknb, Or., Nov. 4. The jury, after
being; out 45 minutes, brought in a ver
dict of murder in tbe first degree in the
case of Claud Branton. . Sentence will
be passed Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock.
: When Branton was returned to tbe
. jail he made a desperate attempt to es
cape. He pounced on Deputy Sheriff
.Day, an 1 attempted to get thelatter's
revolver. Sheriff Withers went to tbe
rescue and the prisoner was subdued.
He said that had he not the revolver he
-would have made short work of both.
Booklen'i Arises Balv.
The best salve in the world for cute,
.. braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevej
aoree, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all Skin eruptions, and posi
tively cui ee piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. ' Price 25 cents
per bor. For sale by Blakeley and
. Saturday's Dally. ,
A. J. Pritzeris in from Hay Creek.
Important meeting of the . Ilks to
night. .' 1 .
C. C. O'Neil and wife are in the city
from Antelope. -
Rev. Poling returned from Walla Wal
la on the morning train. -
C. Dunlap.'Mrs. M. V. Dnnlap and F.
A. Duslap are visitors from Wasco to
day. ... ;
Mrs. Ellard, of this city, was today
sent to the Portland hospital for treat
ment. F. C. Savage, traveling agent of the
Northwestern railroad, is spending some
days in tbe city.
Miss Caddie Booth arrived on the late
train last nigh' and will spend a few
days with friends. " ..'' -
A. R. Wilcox, C. F. M.' Brown and H.
M. Blackerby are registered at the Uma
tilla from Grass Valley.
L. L Hill, who has spent a few weeks
in the Greenhorn mining district,
returned home this morning. - '
This morning Alf and Claud K el say
returned from a trip to St. Panl. They
have been absent two weeks. .;
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Sargent made a
trip to Nansene today, where they will
visit their son for .a short time.
Henry Blakeley, of Brownsville, came
down from Pendleton this morning and
will spend Snnday with his brother, G.
Mrs. Susie Parmenter left on the boat
this morning for Hood River, where she
will spend Sunday with friends before
returning to Salem.
Fred W. Wilson arrived from Portland
last evening and expects to leave for
Prineville Monday. Mrs. Wilson will
follow him a week later.
Hon. Henry Gilfrey, who for the past
nineteen years has been chief clerk of
tbe U. S. senate, is in the city. He is
on his way to Antelope, where he will
visit his old lriend, Wm. Keleay.
Miss Martha Wilson, of Springfield,
Ohio, who has spent eeveral months
visiting in Union county, arrived in the
city this morning and will be a guest at
the home of her cousin, W. H. Wileon.
C. W. Ross is in the city from Celilo.
J. Malone came in from .Antelope to
W. H. Dobyns and wife are down from
Mr. E, Jacobsen left for Portland yes
M. E. Moffit, of Chicken Springs left.
for Portland on tbe boat tbis morning
D. Goodstein made a trip to Portland
yesterday. Mrs. Goodstein left last
night to visit friends in Walla Walla. -Mrs.
J. C. Meins, accompanied by
Mrs. O. G. Zeigler, of Port Blakoly, who
has been her guest, left on the boat this
morning for Portland.
A. D. McDonald was in from Sherman
county today on his way to Spokane to
visit his wife. He reports Mrs. McDonald
as improving in health, under the care
of Dr. butnerland. . :
Tbis morning Wm. Condon and R. J.
Gorman, accompanied by tbe contractors
and a force of men, left for Dufur, where
work will be begun on tbe telephone line
irom Lutur to Tygh.
Miss Barbara McDonald, wbo has
been teaching Ecbool at Antelope, was in
tbe city yesterday on her way to Port
land. She was accompanied by her
brother, Kenneth WcUonaia.
J. R Brown, J. J. Zink, formerly of
this city and Mrs. .Leech, of btarbuck,
accompanied Mrs. Shank to tbe city
yesterday with tbe remains other hus
band, and attended tbe funeral.
Miss Pearl Williams, of Portland,
passed through the city Saturday even
ing on her way to Chicago, where she
will join her sister, Miss Jean net te
Williams, and later make a trip to .New
' Schuyler" Lauler, the prominent
sheepman, is in from Salt Springs. He
has purchased a large ranch in
Southern Oregon and expects to remove
there soon, renting bis ranch in .Last
Mrs. C. J. Crandall went to Hood
River this morning to meet Miss Pauline
Kline, president of tbe Rebecca Assem
bly, I. O.O.F., of Oregon, wbo is making
a tour ot the state and will patB through
tbe city on her way to Dufur Wednes-
aay. jurs. uranaau win accompany ner,
and they will return Thursday.
- Tuesday's Sally.
G. C. Beckman is over from Golden-
J. S. Johnson is down from Wasco
Wm. Davey, of Ridgewar, is in town
today. .' -.
J. E. Rand is a Hood . River visitor in
County Commissioner Evans is ud
from Hood River.
' Geo. McLeod, of Kingeiey, is eeen on
the streets of our city today. ,
Fred Fisher, of Portland, came no
yesterday and is visiting relatives here.
Mrs. J. E. Dean and daughter. Miss
Pearl, returned last evening from a trip
E. E. Allen, one of Mitchell's promi
nent men,, is in The Dalles today on
business bent. . . .
M. Morran and wife and James Sars-
feld and wife are over from Centerville
to attend the Brogan funeral.
Mieses Caesie Neal and Guseie Kav-
anne, cousins of tbe Misses Brigan,
came up from Portland last night. -
Mrs. S. Trueman, of Dixon. Washing
ton, came in on tbe train this morning
and is visiting ber sister, Mrs. O. F.
Among those who are in the citv from
Antelope to attend the iuneral of "Philip
tsrogan are ran- m m. Wm. Asbbv.
F. McRae and K. McLellan.
S. B. Ormabv: nnerinfpnrlpnr nf thn
forest reserve, returne l yesterday from j
a trio into the interior. And left far
Portland this morning. ; -1
Noble Conduct of Our Men at the
Defeat of Cervera..
Their Humane Acta Stand Out aa
Gleama of Light Among the Shad-
ottb of a. Bioody Battle Some
Nothing could speak more impres
sively of the type of men who ere fight
ing our battles on land and sea than
the scenes depicted. in the defeat of
Admiral Cervera.. They furnish an
other confirmation of the saying that
"the bravest are the tenrlerest." The
vanquished Spaniards that day before
Santiago, naked, wounded and dying
in the wreckage of their burning and
battered ships, found our men no Ices
prompt and ready in every gentle
courtesy and kindly ministry, when
the time and the opportunity came
for such action, than they had been in
giving them battle when that stern
duty had been theirs.
Xothing more chivalrous is conceiv
able than the act of Capt, Evans in re
fusing to- receive the proffered sword
of Capt. Eulate, of the Vizcaya, when
that officer stepped onboard the Iowa,
wounded and a prisoner. The Span
iard's cup of humiliatif n was alreadv
full to overflowing, and Capt. Evans
was not the man to needlessly add an
other drop. And so, the account rnns,
"he waved n.side the sword with a
friendly gesture and grasped the hand
of the Sptinhtrd and welcomed - his
brother oftuicr to the hospitality of the
ship.'" It Is not surprising that Capt.
Eulate, brave man that he is, was deep-
.ly touched by this magnanimous c
tion. and responded to it by asking to
meet the Iowa's officers, to each of
whom he gave a word of gratitude be
fore he was c-arried below. After
wards Capt. Eulate told Admiral Cer
vera that it was the proudest moment
of bis life when the gallant American
commander allowed him to retain his
treasured blade. ".:
Another striking scene was enacted
on the deck of the Iowa when Admiral
Cervera came" on board after being
rescued in the surf by a boat from the
Gloucester. The reception given to the
veteran Spanish warrior could hardly
have been heartier had he been one
of our victorious leaders instead of a
captive foe. The full marine guard
was paraded, the bugles flourished a
salute, and many hands were extended
in cordial greeting.
The conduct and bearing of Cervera
throughout all the sad and trying
scenes since his downfall have been
in perfect keeping with his chivalrous
action in sending prompt assurance
to our fleet of the safety of Lien-t. Hob-
son a ad his comrades, after the sink
ing of the Merrimac. He has borne
himself like a true soldier and an hon
orable gentleman being appreciative
and quickly responsive to every act of
kindness on the part of those around
him. He is said to have been specially
affected by the- humanity and zeal dis
played by our surgeons toward his
wounded, and, in token of his appre
ciation, he gave tc one of them, Dr.
Crandall, his autograph, saying simply
that he had no other souvenir to offer,
having lost "all but his honor.! r
- He showed 'the same appreciative
sense when he thanked Lieutenant
Commander Wainwright and - Iieut.
Huse, of the Gloucester, for the man
ner in which they had -stood by the
Maria Teresa, whose heated guns made
a fearful danger zone, and whose mag
azine threatened to dash the life from
everyone near by. Cervera begged
Lieut. Huse to shove oft from the
flaming vessel, but that officer replied :
"Not until we have taken all the
wounded from the decks." It is not
strange that Cervera'a - men were
moved to tears, when they were finally
separated from their old commander
Another solemn and impressive scene
was that onboard the Texas just after
the battle, when Capt. Philip called
upon his officers and men to uncover
their heads and offer up "silent thanks
to the" Almighty," who bed granted
them the victory. In the same spirit
were bis words when he asked his men
to refrain from cheering,. because, he
said, "men are dying all around ns."
This was the spirit, too, that animated
all our gallant marines when, after
the fighting ceased and victory had
been cchicred. they put forth every
effort to rescue the wounded on the en-,
e nay's ships and those struggling in the
waves. Others were saved from a cruel
fate at the hands of the Cubans who
lined the shore. -The wennded were
taken -on board our ships and given
every attention possible. The naked
were clothed and the hungry " fed.
Deafness Cannot be Cared .
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of . the ear
There is only one way to cure deafnee
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of tbe mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tnbe. I When this tube is in
flamed you have a rambling sound or
imperfect hearing and when it Is en
tirely closed, Deafness is the reealt, and
unless the inflammation can be taken
out and this tnbe restored to its normal
condition,' hearing will be destroyed for
ever; nine caws out of ten are caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous sur
faces. ; " -": ' ' r
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars; free. .' .- -
F. J. Cjiknet & Co. Toledo, O.
CO"Sold by Druggists, 75c. 6-10 -
Late to bed and early to rise, prepares
a man for bis homo in the skies. .-But
early to bed and a Little Early Riser,
tbe pill that makes life longer and better
and wiser. . Snipes-Kinersly Drng Co. '
Depart time scheduls.' -Abbivb "
Fob FbomDaij.es. . Fbom.
Fast Bait Lake, Denver, Ft. ' Fat . ,
Mail Worth, Omaba, Kan- Mail.
11:50 p. m. gas City, St. Louis, 3:10 a. m.
Chicago and East.
Spokane Walla Walla,' gpotane, Spokane
Flyer Minneapolis. St. Paul, Fler.
5:30p.m. Du luth, Milwaukee, 6:50a.m.
Chicago and East.
: : I . . ;
8p.m. Fkok PomxAnn. 4p.m.
All Balling dates subject
to change. ;
- - For San Francisco
- -J - Nov. 1,4,7,10,13,16, ,
19,22,25,?8. . . " :.-
8 p.m. 4 p.m.
Er.bunday Colombia Rv. Steamers. Ex.Bundaj
. To Astoria, and Way
. Saturday Landings.
10 p. m.
6 a.m. Willamette River. 4:30 p.m.
Ez.Sunday Oregon City, Kewberg, Ex.5unday
Salem i Way Land's. -
" 7 a. m, Willamette asd Yam- 3:30 p. m.
Tnes.Thur. bill Kivers. Mod., Wed.,
andSsL. Oregon City, Dayton, and Fri.
6a.m. Willamette River. 4:30 p.m.
Tue.. Thur, Portland to Corvallis, Tue., Thur
and.Sat, . and Way-Landings. and Sat.
Lv Riparia Snake River. Lewiston.
daily Riparia to Lewiston. daily
exempt - except
Saturday. - Friday.
EAST and SOUTH via
The Shasta Route
Southern Pacific Comp'y.
Trains leave and are due to arrive at PortlaL
f OVERLAND EX-)
press, Salem, Rose-1
burg, Ashland, Sac- I
I remento, Ogden.San I
Los Angeles.El Paso,
Orleans ana i
Roeeburg and way sta
fVia Woodbnrn fori
I Mt-Angel, Silverton,
West Sclo, Browns-
I ville.Springlleld and I
17:30 A. M.I :60P.M
roiouvuo - j
INDEPENDENCE PASSENGER. Express train
Daily (except Sunday).
1:50 p.m. Lv..... Portland Ar.) 8:25 a. m
7:30 p.m. 4Ai..McMinnviile..LT. 5;50a, m
i :60 a. m
Daily. . tDaily, except Sunday.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE. .
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
AND SECOND-CLASS -SLEEPING CARb
Attached to all Through Trains. .
Direct connection at Can Francisco with Occl
dental and Oriental and Pacific mail steamBhip
lines for JAPAN and CHINA. Sailing dates on
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and En
rope. Also JAPAN, CHINA, HONOLULU anc
AUSTRALIA, can be obtained from -
- - - J. B. KIRKLAND, Ticket Agent.
Through Ticket Office, 134 Third street, where
throueh tickets to all points in the Easten
States, Canada and Europe can be obtained at
lowest rtes irom
J. B. KIRKLAND, Ticket Agent.
' All above trains arrive at and depart Irorr
Grand Central Station, Fifth and Irving street
- YAMHIIX DIVISION.
Passenger Depot, foot of Jellerson street.
Leave for OSWEGO, daily, except Sunday, at
7:20 a. m.; 12:80, 1:55, 8:15, 6:25, 8:05 p. m.
Tand 11 :30 p. m. on Saturday only, and 9:00 a. m
and 3:30 p. m. on Sundays only). Arrive at
Portland dally at 6:40 and 8:30 a m.; and 1:35,
4:15. 6:20 and 7:55. m.. (and 10:05 a. m , 8:tt
6:10 p. m. on Sundays only).
Leave for Sheridan, week days, at 4:30 p. m
Arrive at Portland, 9 :30 a. m.
Leave for ATRLIE on Monday, Wednesday and
FrMay at 9:40 a. m. Aniv" at Portland, Tues
day, Thursday and 8aturda) II 8:05 p.m.
'Except Sunday. Except Saturday. -
R. KoE -.'LER,
- ilanater. .
U, H. MARKHAM,
Asst. (i. F. A Pass. Afft
y PACIFIC RY.
- ST. PAUL
" DTJLUTH .
; KAKGO ;
; gbaxd fob
-" BTJTTB .
BOSTON AND ALL - - -
POINTS EAST and SOUTH ' .
For information, time cards, maps and tickets,
oal on or write to . . .
W. C. ALLAWAY. Agent,
The Dalies, Oregon
ABLTON, Asst. G. PZ A.,
rrison Cor. Third. Portland Oregon
- Cash. In Vour Cnecks. - -.'r
. All coanty warrants registered prior
to ' Jan. 1, 1895r will be paid at " nay
office. -Interest .ceases after October 24.
1898. , C. L. Phillips,
W. J.UNDELL, B. M-r
Teacher of Vocal Culture.
" ' '-. Sight Reading and Harmony.
Studio at Residence. Cor. 6th and Liberty, '
ntesgtloq o'.ts'.tei. . .-' THE DALLES. OR.
TJA. STURDEVANT, ";
Office over French &. Co.'s Bank
Phone 6. . THE DALLES, OREGON1
"f Collections a Specialty. -Seeond
Street, - THE DALLES, OREGON.
jyTOLLIE V. O'LEARY,
Room 3, Chapman Block.
" T China painting a specialty.
JJJKS-GEISBNDOHFFEB & KCIDI,
Physicians and SursceonSj
Special attention given to surgery.
Rooms 21 and 22, Tel. 328 Vogt Block
B 8 HUNTINGTON
H 8 WILSON
HUNTINGTOV & WILSON,
ATTOKNEY8 AT LAW.
THE DALLES, OREGON
Office over First Nat Bank.
FRED. W.WILFON, -ATTORN
- " THE DALLES, OREGON.
Oflice ovei First Not. Bsnk.
Sold at Retail In 30 Days by the
Always fresh by being kept In
the finest case in the state.
List of Clears now on band.
All the leading brands 25c to 3
lor a cents.
Mi Preferlda. 25e. .
. La Integridad, 25c.
" "8 for 50c
List of a for 25 cent Brands,
' Estrella, High Life. Monogram,
Maria Stuart, Henry the Fourth,
General Aitbnr, Banquet Hall,
Bouquet De Cayo, Hueso, The
List of 10 cent Brand. -
Bouquet De Cayo, Hueso, Robt.
Burns, General Arthur, Mono
gram, Banquet Hall, Captain
General, La Preferencla.
- Oar S cent Brands.
Rothchilds, The Owl Brand,
La Preferencla, Fxport.
. 2 for 5 cents.
Little Havanas, Blue Points.
Sales increasing every day.
Our Great Leader at $3.25
comes in Navjv Black 'and
Our Next Leader Goes at
$4.75. Special Value.
Black only. .- - ,.
At $ 7 .0 O we ave a grand
. collection of Garments m
plain and fancy black. Solid
colors in Kerseys and Bea--vers.
T::.. ; ' ' ;
::: Etsu Garment a Scscial Value. :
Pease & ft
All Goods Marked m "
Plain Figures. -1
'. - Next door to - r r '
. :' ; Parity Soda Works. .
Soda Water; . ; : .
. Tee Cream Soda, -'
- and Tobacco.
- AH kinds of Soft CidgTS ... -f
and Sammer Drinks.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the State of Ore
gon for Wasco County.
Adelia A Creveling, plaintiff, " -
- . - vs
Frank O. Creveling, defendant.
To Frank O. Creveling, the above named defend
ant: In the name oi the State of Oregon, you are
hereby requirted to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above entitled
cause on or before the first day of the term of the
above entitled court, following the expiration of
the time prescribed in the order of tbe judge of
said court, for the publication of this summons,
to-wit: on or before Monday the 14th day of
November, 1898, and if you fail to so appear and
answer said oomplalut, for want thereof the
plaintiff will apply to tbe court for the relief
prayed for in her complaint, viz: for a decree of
divorce from the defendant, and for tbe restora
tion of her maiden name of Adelln A. Miliignn,
and for such other and lurther relief as may be
equitable and just.
This summon is served upon you by six
weeks' publication thereof in Tbe Dalles
Chbiniclc, by order of Hon. W. L. Bradaw,
judge of tbe above named court, made in cham
bers at Dalles Citv, Oregon, and dated the 27th
day of September, 1898. W. H. WILSON,
9-18-i Attorney for Plaintiff.
BY VIRTUE of an execution iesued out o
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, in
a suit therein pendinr, wherein 1. V. Duncanson
is plaintiff and O. D. Taylor, Surah K. Taylor,
Joseph A. .'ohnson, J. C. Flanders and C. W.
Cather are defendants, to me directed, dated
the 19th day of September, 1898, commanding
me to sell the lands herein described, I will,
23d Day of October, 1808,
at the hour of 2 o'clock in tbe afternoon, at the
court house door, in Dalies City, Or., sell at
publio sale to tbo highest bidder for cash In
band, all ot tbe following described land, towit:
The south M of the uorthenat , and the north
C of the southeast of Section 2, Township 1
south, Range IS east, W. M., to satfofy the sum
of 1770.69 and interest at ten per cent per annum
from September 15, 1898, and foO attorney's fees
and I3C.18 taxes aufl Interest at eight per cent
per annum from said last named date, and costs
and accruing costs; also the west M of the
northeast i, and the northeust V, of the north
west bi, ana the northwest of tbe southeast i
of Section 12, Township ' south, Kunge li east,
W. M., to satisfy the sum of SC2.01, and accru
ing Interest from September 15, 1898, and H3.20
taxes and inteiest as aforesaid, and costs aud
accrui' g costs. KOHERT KELLY,
9-23-i Sheriffof Wasco County.
Notice Pinal Account.
Notice is hereby giv,en that the undersigned
administrator of the estate of William M. Hock
man, deceased, has filed his final account and
report in said estate with the County Clerk for
Wasco County, Oregonand that Monday tbe 7th
day of November, 1898, at 10 o'clock, a. m. has
been flxtd as the time and the county court
room cf the county court house, ia Dalies City,
Wasco County, Oregon, has been fixed as the
place for hearing said final account.
All persons interested In said estate are herebv
notified to be and appear at said time and place
and show cause why said account should not be
in all things, allowed, ratified, approved and
confirmed, and an order be made discharging
said administrator and his bondsmen from fur
ther liability in said trust.
J. D. HOCKMAN,
Administrator of the estate of William M.
Hockruan, deceased. . 9-2&-1.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, United
States Land Office, The Dalles. Oregon, Au
gust 19, 1898. Notice is hereby given that the
order of the President of January 31, 1898, per
manently reserving the following described
tracts or parcels of land, for the use of a boat
railway between The Dalles and Celilo, on the
south side of the Columbia river, has been re
voked. Said tracts described as follows: One
tract situated In the NVW of Sec. 31, T. 2 N., R.
14 E , containing about four aud one-half acres
(no other drscrlptlr r ). The other tract in the
NWJ4, Sec. 21, T. 2 N., R. 15 K., containing about
one-half of an acre, particularly described as fol
lows: Beginning at the northwest corner of
said spction 21, and running thence in a south
erly direction along the west boundary line of '
said Bection 21, one hnndred and seventy (170)
feet to a point on said boundary line: thence In
a straight line to a point on the north boundary
line of said section 21, distant two hundred and
sixty (260) feet in an easterly direction from the
point of beginning; and thence In a westerly
direction along tbe north boundary line of said
section 21 to tbe point of beginning. Said tracts
are therefore restored to the public domain, and
are subject to disposal tbe same as other public
lands. Rv order of the Hon. Commissioner.
Dated at the Dalles, Oregon. August 19, 1898.
JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
ang2i-I OTIS PATTERSON, Receiver
DEPARTMENT OF TnE INTERIOR, Gen
eral Land Oflice, Washington, D. C, May 27,
1898. Notice is hereby given of the following
Executive Order, restoiing certain lands In the
Cascade Range Foresffceserve to settlement and
entry: "EXECUTIVE MANSION, Washington,
D. C. April 29, 1898. In accordance with the
S revisions of the Act of June 4, 1897 (30 Stat,
j), upon tbe recommendation oi tho Secretary
of the Interior, the west half of Township one
South, of Range ten East, lllamette Meridian, .
Oregon, within the limits of the Cascade Range
Forest Reserve, is hereby ordoi ed restored to tho
public domain,after sixty days notice hereof, by
publication, as required by law.it appearing that
said tract Is better adapted to agricultural thaa
forest purposes WILLIAM McKINLEY.'
The above land will be subject to entry at the
United states Lmd Oflice, The Dalles, Oregon,
ou and after October 17, 1898.
Binger Hermann, Commissioner.
In Business. Again
...R B. HOOD...
lias opened a
Second Hand Store
In His New Building cn
tto MrriM a full stock of new and second
hand furniture, and Is prepared to buy furniture
of those who desire to leave the city' paying a
reasonable price for the same. .
Wagon and Carriage Werk.
Fish Brothers' Wagon.
ONE FOR A DOSE.
Reraor Pimples. Prrit
Core Hedche and Dyspepsia. "
A. movement of the bowels each day is Beresswr
BihoDsneaa. Purify thn Rlnrwi. .
rince yon, we will mail sample free, or full box for
toe Soidbdingglsu. OR, eGSANKO CO. Pfalla. Pfc