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IUE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. APRIL 1. IS93.
Otis' Last List Ms of Nine Otter Ore
loniansWonaict CAPTAIN WELLS
Somber of Casualties RepoitedjAmong
Ihe Other Volunteer Regiments At
Washington, March 30. With the
American forces within three sod s half
miles of the insurgent capital, interest
in the military movements north of
Manila, has about reached the culmin
ating point. It was stated at the war
department that the march ot three and
a half miles might take all of today, in
yiew of the successive Hoes of entrench
ments and strong earthworks which it
is believed the rebels have thrown op
immediately around the city. In that
event the storming of the city itself
would not begin until tomorrow. Ad
jatant Genera! Corbin was of tie
opinion that the attack would begin
Mapr Simpson, of the military in
formation bureau, had made a final re
adjustment of the American position,
showing just aow the approach to the
insurgent capital will le executed. It
hows the brigade ot Hale stretched on
the right, and that ol 0:is on the left.
Each brigade in this advance is made
tip of seasoned volunteers with four
batteries of the Third artillery, these be
ins the only regulars. But just back of
them and midway between the two ad
vance brigades is thu strong force of
Wheaton, which has beeu kept from the
arduous work of the last few days and
held as a sort of battering ram. It is
made op mainly of regulars and Twenty
second infantry and Third infantry, as
well as one regiment of volunteers, the
Seon 1 Oregon, which has seen some of
the hartlett fighting of the war. It Is
Baid this reserve force will be heard from
when the main assault begins.
Nkw York, March 30. A dispatch to
the Herald from Manila undei date of
Wednesday says : The army's advance
today had covered more than two miles
before any resistance was offered. At 0
o'clock this ( Wednesday ) morning the
flying column, with the Third artillery
n I the M MiiUna and Kansas volunteers
on the left of the railroad and the Penn
sylvania, South D.ihota and Nebraeka
volunteers on the right, started for
Bocave across two miles of open field.
The insurgents began to fire immedi
ately and continued until the troops
reached the river at Bocave. Wounded
insurgents report that the enemy had
retreated to Malolos.
In the Pennsylvania regiment there
was one killed and five wounded. The
Any one predisposed to Scrofula can
never be healthy and vigorous. This
taint in the blood naturally drifts into
Consumption. Being such a deep-seated
blood disease, Swift's Specific is the
only known cure for Scrofula, because
it is the only remedy which can reach
8cmfula appeared on the head of my little
grandchild when only IB monthi old. Shortly
after breaking out it apread rapidly all over
her body. The scabs on the sores would perl
sff on the slightest touch, and the ndnr that
woum arise mane me at
mosphere of the room
sickening and unbearable.
The disease next attacked
the eye, and we feared she
would lose her sight. Em
inent physicians from the
surrounding country wore
onsulted, bu t could do
nothing to relieve the lit
tle Innocent, and save It
aa their opinion that the
easse was boneless and Im-
pnmoie w nave me cm la eyesight,
then that we decided to try Swift's
That medicine at once made a uneedT and com
plete cure, She Is now a young lady, and has
never had a sign ol the disease to return.
Mas. Kuth Brrkelxt,
Scrofula is an obstinate blood disease,
suid is beyond the reach of the average
blood medicine. Swift's Specific
8 Q 6For
la the only remedy equal to such deep
eated diseases; it goes down to the
very foundation and forces out every
taint. It is purely vegetable, and is
the only blood remedy guaranteed to
contain no mercury, potash or other
mineral substance whatever.
Books mailed free bv Swift t-necifla
Kansas regiment lost one officer and
fifteen privates wounded. In the Mon
tana regiment five were wounded, and
in the Nebraeka regiment one man was
killed and ten wounded. The American
advance was wonderfully rapid consider
ing that the enemy destroyed the bridges
Thern was no resistance at Bigaa.
The troops advanjed rapidly in con
tracted lines to the town of Guinguinto.
The Pennsylvania regiment crossed the
bridge as the advance guard.
Unexpectedly the insurgents con
cealed in the woods ahead opened a
heavy fire. Then the Kansas regiment
and one battalion of the South Dakota
regiment rusKed across the bridge under
fire. Two of the Utah battery's guns
and oue Colt rapid-firer also came into
action. The insurgents had made
trenches across the railroad. Our loss
was several killed and more thau twenty
wounded before the insurgents were
List of Casualties.
Washington, March 30. Under this
date Otis from Manila forwards the fol
lowing list ot additional casualties in the
Second Oregon :
Killed, March 28. Company A,
Private Bert I. Clark.
Wounded-Company L, Captain Harry
L. Wells, stomach, slight ; Sergeant W.
W. Wilson, hand, slight; Private Chan.
R. Robert, leg, slight; Frank . E
Adaais, side, severe ; Benjamin F.Smith,
Jr., legs, severe.
Company K, Quartermaster Sergeant
E. D. Cjghlan, leg, slight; Private
Thomas C. Townsend, foot, slight.
Company M, Private Edward Jaqnes,
Wounded, March 29. Company G,
Private Frank C. Woodruff, heel, mod
erate; E. C. Thornton, hand, moderate.
Story of a Slave.
Te be bound band and foot for years
by the chains of disease is the woist
form of slavery. Geo. D. Williams, of
Manchester, Mich., tells how such a
slave was made free. He says: "My
wife has been so helpless for five years
that she could not tuin over in bed
alone. After using two bottles of Elec
tric Bitters, she is wonderfully im
proved and able to do. her own work."
This supreme remedy for female dis
cuses quickly cures nervousness, sleep
lessness, melancholy, headache, back
ache, fainting and dizzy spells. This
miracle working medicine is a godsend
to weak, sickly, run down people. Every
bottle guaranteed. Only 50 cents. Sold
by Blukeley and Houghton, druggists. 6
Plot to Depose the Czar.
Paris, March 30. The Echo be Paris
today publishes a sensational dispatch
from Copenhagen, saying a plot agaimt
theczir.'in which bis mother and M.
Pobyedonotzoff, head of the holy synod,
are implicated, has been discovered, the
object of the conspiracy being to take
advantage of the state of thecz ir's health,
to remove him from power and confide
the government to his uncle, who is
classed as a notorious reactionary.
Mrs. Michael Cirtain, Plainfield, 111.,
makes the statement, that she caught
cold, which settled on her lungs; she
was treated for a month by her family
physician, but grew worse. He told her
she was a hopeles victim of consumption
and that no medicine could cure her.
Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption ; she bought
a bottle and to her delinht found herself
benefited from the first dose. She con
tinued to use and after taking six bottles
found herself sound and well ; now does
her own housework, and is as well as
she ever was. Free trial bottte of this
Great Discovery at Blakeley & Hough
ton's drug store. Only 50 cents and $1.
Every bottle guaranteed. 6
Aged One Hundred and Eighteen.
Indianapolis, March 28. Michael
Shea died in this city tonight at the ad
vanced age of 113 years. He was born
in Ireland in 1781, and was a friend of
Daniel O'Connoll. He was married when
he was 53 years old, an has children
over 00 years of age.
The steamer Spokane has been placed
in service on the Snake river between
Sparta and Ltewhton with double daily
service and will beoperated ns a through
mail, express and passenger steamer,
making round trips daily except Satur
day. Leave Riparia at 2:30 a. in. ar
riving at LewiEton at 12 o'clock noon.
Leave Lewiston at 2:30 p. m. arriving
at Riparia at 7 o'clock p. m. Tho
steamer Lewiaton will take the place of
the Spokane on the same schedule Sat
urdays and at other limes will Le oper
ated on a wild schedule, taking care of
all local work. The object of this new
schedule is to place the Wisten and Buf
falo Hump countries more in touch wilh
points on the O. R. A N. tf
For frost bites, burns, indolent tores,
eczeins, skin disease, and especially
Piles, De tVitl' Witch Hazel Salve
Stand) first and best. Look out for dis
honest people who try to imitate and
counterfeit it. It's their endorsement
of a good article. Worthless goods are
not imitated. Get D Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve. Snipes-Kinersly DrngCo.
For Five Dollars you can boy a Cimera
hat will take larger pictures than any
oilier Camera on the market. For (ale
1 by Clark k Falk.
CALLED TO HER ETERNAL HOME
II n J. II Waod ! tea lb World
Waod Pa to
of Endless Ijr.
As the disciples of old wept over the
death of their Lord on the occasion which
today is commemorated, so Ihe family of
Rev.J. H. Wood was called this morning
to grieve over the loss ol one to them roost
dear; and while they are compelled to
look npon the closed tomb, to the wife
and mother the risen Lord has already
appeared, Mrs. Emma Wood having
been called at 0 :30 o'clock this morning
to the land beyond where is an eternal
She was taken ill about two weeks
ago with pneumonia, and since that
time, although every possible aid has
beeu given her, she has suffered almost
beyond endurance. At times she wonld
rallv and hope revive in the hearts of
those who watched by her bedside; but
tor the past week the realized the most
go, and the thought of leaving her family
seemed to be ever present with her, for
beside her husband she has left five
motherless children Frank, William,
Gladys, Roger and Mary.
Her maiden name was Emma Berrian,
and she was born in Lee county, III.,
forty-one years ago the 22ud of this
mouth. Left motherless at the age of 0
years, she spent eight years of childhood
in Chicago, and afterward moved to
Wisconsin, coming to Oregon in 1876.
A short time was spent in Klickitat
county. In June, 1877, the was con
verted and united with the Methodist
church. She married Rev.J. H. Wood
in The Dalles July, 1877, he seeming to
see in ber from their first meeting the
very elements of womanhood suited to
his taste and to be a helpmate in the
life work ke had chosen as his. Such
she has proven herself, and in her death
he loses a faithful wife and brave, trust
ing, companion, his only consolation
being the thought of her bright Christiau
experience and the hope of the resur
rection beyond, promised to all who
Beside ber family, several brothers
and titters mourn her loss, all of whom
have received word of her death and
will ni doubt arrive in time for the
funeral, which will take place from the
Methodist church Sunday, at 2 p. m.
A gloom has been cast over the entire
church at the loss which they, with
their pastor, have sustained, and ihe
community sympathizes deeply with
the bereaved familv.
Death of Mies Nellie Hudson.
Two gentlemen who arrived in the
city from Nansene about noon, brought
news of the death of Miss Nellie Hudson,
daughter of Henry Hudson, at that place
this morning. About ten days ago she
was taken very ill with a severe case of
grippe, which caused heart trouble, and
ended in her death.
Miss Hudson's death will be greatly
deplored by the entire community near
her home, as well as in the districts
where she has taught. For several years
she has been a teacher in the schools of
the county and was to begin a term of
school in Dist. No. 28 next Monday.
The fact that she has taught a Dumber
of terms successfully in her home district,
No. SO, is proof of her competency, as the
home school is usuall v the most difficult
to manage. She was'to have taken part
in the program for the educational
meeting at Dufur next Saturday, and
will be greatly missed by all who
Miss Hudson was in her 24-h year, and
possessed oneof those gentle, trustworthy
dispositions which is so attractive in
woman, and which causes all to feel
deeply grieved at her demise.
Her mother and several other members
of the family are said to be very ill.
HERE, THERE, EVERYWHERE.
The secretary of the interior has ap
proved a patent of 67G1 acres of laud in
The Dalles land district, to be used for
Whils we are basking in such beautiful
sunshine, one of the worst mow storms
of the season is raiting in parts of Kan
sas, Illinois, Missouri and Iowa, and
seriously delaying railway traffic.
Sheriff W. L. Wilcox left Condon
Thursday for Salem, having to take an
insane pstient to the asylum. The lady,
whose name is Townsend, leaves a
family of six smnll children, and the
ctse is a moat unfortunate one. The
sympathy of the entire ommunity is
with the bereaved family.
"Sandy" Soper was banged in Har
rUonville, Mo., yesterday. Soper is the
fiend who murdered ids wif ami ixnl
children in Missouri, and afterwaid
csme to Portland and married a resptct-
able widow. II took the nams
i'rentice. Io 1897 he deserted his second !
wife, tiikinit tlieir 2-jer-old cliild. 1I !
fl. I L1II...1 .1.- -L it I n.. .
aiinnnru Bliiril Vila CI1IIU. 111611 lis I
ran fruit farm near Asland, w here he
was captured June 11, 1S97.
The Chicago Union Ls(riio Clnb art
j committee, consisting of Judge J. Barton
Payne, F. fi. Logan and V. M. IJ.
French, of the art Institute, hns coin
missioned tho artist, (ieoriffl lVixnttn,
to paint a xrtrait of President McKin
ley. It will be the only modern portrait
since Lincoln', lo ban in company
with tliofo of Washington and Jefferson,
no prcsidrnt havii.g l.een thus honored
bv the c'llh siren Dm !ut ,1 ...-
Connecticut's homicides in 1S09 were
27, as compared with 24 in 1VJ7 and 25
During the last year Oneida county
(X. V.) paid $2.43 per week per capita
for iu poor.
There were 41,Slf) arrests in Boston
last year, a decrease of some thousands
from the record of li'fi.
A lively and venerable goose struts
around the yard of John Guiss, in Craw
ford couutv, O. It was brought from
jermany by John's father, Abraham
Guiss, in 1Sj9, and is nearly CO years old.
Last spring it raised four goslings.
Mats are spread under the houses of
the better class in the Philippines, to
excludes dumpness, and nre daily re
moved and dried in the sun. Nearly all
the living and sleeping-rooms are about
six feet above the ground, with an open
The postmastership of Pembroke,
Me., is said to have been held by one
family longer than that of any other
town in the country. William Kilby
was appointed to the office in 1800, and
his direct descendants have handled the
mails of the little village ever since his
retirement in 1840.
Big sweet potato crops have lately
been the rule in Georgia. The reason
has just been discovered. The negroes
have learned to extract an intoxicant
from the potatoes. They are half
boiled, mashed and allowed to ferment.
In this way is produced a sort of whisky
which makes the colored man uproari
Fred Erickson was attending an en
gine in the Kansas City pumping sta
tion when his hand was caught in the
driving wheel and his nrra torn off. Wil
liam Henderson tried to show how the
accident happened, and his hand was
caught in the same way, and his arm
toFn off. Both men were hurried to the
hospital, side by side, in the same am
bulance. GROWING OLD.
"That Incurable Dlaeaae" la Bound
to Come Vpon la, Fight It
Hon We May.
The fashionable women of to-day
will not grow old no, not if they die
for it, which many of them do, poor
things. Their waist must be as slim,
their manners as vivncious and their
attire as up-to-date as if they were 25
instead of well, let us say 50, although
60 might be neartr the mr.rk. No gray
hair for them no worn-looking eye.
They touch up the former with tne of
the many restoratives, which are "not
dyes, you know, only tonics," and a
"blessings brighten as tin j- take their
flight," so do their rapiiy thinning
locks become more and more golden or
bronze, until they are finally hidden un
der a red or yellow v ir The eyes which
have been dimmed and aged by the
tears they have shed and the thing
they have seen, are touched up with a
pencil and brightened with belladonna,
and faded and wrinkled skinsare ironed
out, whitened and pointed so that by
candle light and at a pr. per distance
they look comparatively youthful (to
their owners), while, as long ns gout
and rheumatism will allow, they hop
and skip to dance music with the rest.
Undoubtedly it is hard to grow old;
the spirit remains young much longer
than the body; the same things inter
est and amuse at CO that were enjoyed
at 25. It is hard while the mind is still
bright and vigorous, and to well fitted
to use the accumulated store of experi
ence and knowledge which it has been
Kathering; through life, that we should
j De 'cked by that "incur;ibledis?ase."
,8 ScMca IIs t. tha our limbs
ahould fail and beauty flee when we
ourselves feel the same.
So, in these latter days, we have elect
ed not to grow old, and it is distinctly
unfashionable to dress or act as if the
accumulated years were a burden to
bear. Up to the very end meii an-1
women are expected to dress and to
act as if they were a9 young as ever,
and, like the thoroughbred horse, to go
until they drop. N. Y. Tribune.
Ills Mmlieinatlcal Limit.
"Mike," said Plodding Pete, "statis
tics is wonderful things, ain't they?
Ye don't have any idea how much dis
world kin hold until ye git to talkin'
"Wot's the matter wit you?" in
quired Meandering ?' 'te. "Is yer mind
gone buzzin' up into tie billions?"
"Me attention wag attracted by an
announcement in dis paper which la
truly wonderful.- Jes t'ink of it; de
cotton crop in Texas last year was 2,
"You don't say sol"
"Yes, sir. Ain't dat astonishing
Here's somethin' else you didn't know.
De world's output o' gold last year was
"Yes. Jes' t'ink of it!"
. "I can't."
"Wait a minute an I'll say it over."
"It's no use. I laid awake last night
tryin' to realize how much two dollars
and a half would be, If I had it, an' I've
got brain fag." Washington Star.
Make 2.riln a Krnnnrl Tn..
It is announced that 1 lie (Jermnn pov
crnmpnt rswclj to lie nhlp to intrn.l..
It bill in the llCXt Usinn t t, i......
sinn dirt for flip rnnstni.-l ion of nr.Ttinl
tmitnljlo for larpe steamship between
Ttorti'n an. I U.: n . .
'" Telllll, ir III" I IC I ) y lllllklllfT
Jierlin a senpott town. Chicago Cliron-
ONE FOR A DOSE. SU D rf
Colnmbin Vedette bicycle. '09 model
Tie Dalles, Portlani anl Astoria
sii:.iepMor(S Dalles City
Dally (except Sunday) between
Touching at way poin'a on both tides of the
Foth of the above steamers have been rebuilt,
and are In excellent shu'ie for the season of 1MW.
The Regulator I.lne will endeavor to give its
patrons the best service possible.
. For Comfort, Economy and Pleasure,
travel by the steamers of The Regulator
The above steamers leave Portland and Dalles
at 7 a. in., and arrive at destination in ample
time for outgoing trains.
Portland Offlce. The Dalles Office,
Oak St. Dock. Court btreet.
W. C. Allaway,
S E E
In Bulk at
J. H. CROSS
Feed and Grocery More
Cor 2d & Federal Sts.
Granulated Rye Meal.
Fine for Breakfast Mush and
(Jems, ZSc per sack.
Lincoln Seed Oats
From 103 to MO bushels per
aero hns been raised from
tUcse Oats. For sale at
J. H. CROSS,
Feed and Grocery Store.
Digests what you eat.
It artiflciall d I O-est.8 tho tnnA inai.
O vuw .VUU HUU ntuo
Nature in Btrencrthenintr and rwin.
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Ileartburn.
Flatulence. Sour KtnmapVi Nm....
all other results of i mperf ect digestion.
Prepared by E. C DaWItt Co., Chicago.
Cures Impotency, Night Emissions and
wanting diseases, all effects of self
ifcisril 8,)use or excess and India
f Vao cretion' Aiiervetonlcand
VJtJi '11 builder. Brings the
jjjflrj pink glow to pale cheeks an"
IjAjgr restores the lire of youth,
fflsji By mall fiOc per box; boxes
ior tpz.Bij; with a written guaran
tee to euro or refund tho money.
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton A Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, IU,
Farm for Sale.
Four miles from Dnfnr and H miles
from The Dalles. 40 acres under culti
vation; half the crop in. 400 bearing
fruit trees; finoassorlinent of small fruit.
Some good-mi adow land ; plenty of oak
wood on the place. Fine stream of water
running through the place. Good outlet
lor stock. 280 ncres of this land is under
fence. 120 acres of deeded land. (School
house on the plac.
The following lint of live stock, imple
merits, etc., gn with the place :
Kour young horse, one cow and tonng
calf, one good brood soar, 100 good 'lien,
one horse rake, plow and harrow, all
new; &j stands of bee, 60 good beo
hive, one new cook stove. Onn liar-fa- nr.
cultivator; blacksmith tools. All farm
Ing tools and household furniture with
the place. Uood house with good fire
plate. Well of water on the porch,
dofwl barn and outbuilding. Inomrsi r.l
L. ki.iNorn, of Dufur, or r.p.n Hoitii-
wKi.i.,on r.iglit Mile Creek, at the place,
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
bus Ixcn , iruliirlv a; pointed by the county
owirt of HiewtHle Oieg,,,, fr W asco count v ns
administrator o! t', estate ol John Mronkhr.iis..
deceased, A!i rarson Having claims aVHlust
said estate are nerehy notified to present them
with Ihe pr.,i-r voucher, to mo at Ihe ,.ili
of H-.nott A H,,tt, In Dalle, (it,-, or",
A i" "In"",h" """'' "I this mAW
Duller City, Oregon, .Isnuarr Ji. Iwst
H. J.ooRJSAW, Administrator.
IS THE C1RCV1T COL'RT OF THE Tit
i Oregon, lor Wasco Countr. "'Art01
! JoLn Kobins.ro E. i- Robinson, PUlc
j Aim Taylor. Mrs. Roberta E. Gu.ton ana i .
oui-t h-r husband, Defendants tl
I By virtue ol an execution, decree and im
i sale.duly Issued out ol and under the smjT
! el t-uit court ol the State of Ore-eon f,..V'.t
tyol Wa.-co.to me dlreeltd.aiid dated th.
of March, lwj ', upon a decree fr the fur'1,r
of a. ttrtaln mortgage, and judgement 2
and eulered in aald court on the i5th
Murch, loud, in the aboveen titled cause In r
of the plaintiffs and against delendan'ts ?'
Taylor, Mrs. Roberta tiuston and E V
tou, as judgement debtor iu the sum iif ti,
seven hundred and seventy seven aua
(.km.juj uoiiaia, wim iu;eresl thereon frn.
1Mb day of Marcn, !, at the rate of s j?
closure anil hereinafter described, I niii
1st day ot May, ltM), at tbe liour ol two 0i
iu the afternoon ol said day, and at tbe
Alma Taylor. Mra. Kob.TIa E. Huston and I",
(iuston, or either ot thein,had on the blih d5;
l)eceniber, 1SK4, the date of the mortiram L?
plntwd herein, or whlph sufih .inf....,'...?.
ot the defendants herein, have since aeouiU
or now have in and to tbe following del"r,S
real property, situated and being m w.-!
County, Oregon, to-wit: UB
Beginning In section eight of townshloos,
north of range thirteen east of tho WIlUneT
Meridian, In Wasco County, Oregon, at tu,
which now marks the southwest corner n( t
land e nt. red In the United States Land OtHcea
The Dalles, Oregon, as Donation Land Clsim b
M. M. Lushing; thence north 4 feet to a ttou
located on the present southern boundarr iZ
of Tbe Dall.s and Mill Creek wagon road, whm
the line between this land and the Undo
Charles Denton intersects the south line of ui
road; thence north 4a degrees east along u
south line of said road 17W feet lo a stone Iocim
at the intersection of tl.e south line ot saldnS
with tbe southern boundary line of KortD.iT
Military Keservation; thence continuing tliZ
the south line of said Dalles and laillcreek m3
north 30 degrees cast, 8i3 feet to a point wbn
the south line of said road intersects th
boundary line of the land now owned by M I
Kolan; thence south SOti feet to a rock nn'tki
south boundary line of Koit Dalles MiilUtt
Keservation; tbence east 55 feet to a pin - thetu
east .25 degree sonth, 17l0 feet to a pin; theua
sou'h 44 degrees, west 1176 feet to a lUie
thence west 677 feet; thence north Wi fi:
thence west lifc'i feet; thenrc south 2H'I
thence west to tbe place of beginning (thmni
compilslng seven and seven plghthsacmli
section eight, six and three fourths acres li
section four, and seventy-one and one-ball sera
in section nine, making a total of eignty-ninci
one eighth acre) all situated in township om
north of range thirteen east of the Willamette
Meridian, in Wasco County, Oregon ; or so mm
of said property as will satisfy said Judgment
and decree, with costs and accruing costs.
Baid property will be sold subject to eon
Urination and redemption as by law provided
Dated at Tbe Dalles, Oregon, this STth day oi
Match, im. MOHERT KEI.l.Y,
Sheriff", Wasco County, Oregon.
By F. C. SEXTON', Deputy.
Notice. Timber Culture.
U. H. Lakd Okficb, Thk Dalles, Orf.oo.1,1
February 24, 1WCJ. j
Complaint having been entered at this offte
by Ollie H. Wcberg against Wesley Hunimuerlur
failure to cninplv with law as to timber-culture
Entry No. SO.'j, dated September?.!, lKh8, upoi
the S. E. 4 Section 10, Township 5, south of
Willamette Meridian. Range 1:1 east, in Warn
County, State of Ori son, with a view tothecan
cellittion of said entry, contestant alleging thai
said Wesly Suinmner never plowed or cultlvaled
said tract except about six acrca and never it
any time nor has any one for him planted sir
trtes ol cuttings, or cceds, mid alw) the said Wn
ley Sumtnner about the month of February, M
duly relinquished "aid tract to the Unlted'stnln
and delivered said relinquishment to this affiant
and said relinquishment was duly liled in Ike
U. H. ottlco of The Dalles, Oregor, and at the
said time and prior therein abandoned said tnft
and hta never since nid lime returned then
or claimed any light or Interest in said tract oi
The mid parties are hereby summoned to ap
pear nt this olllce on the 2nth dav of April, iwi
at 10 o'clock a. in., to lespond and lurulsti
testimony concerning said alleged failure.
U il JAY 1'. LUCAS, Register.
NOTICE OF RESIGNATION.
Notice is hereby given that the undersign!
has tiled his resignation aa one of the adminis
trators of the estate of ferry Walk Ins, deceased,
and tbe county court of the state of Oregon l
Wasco county, has appointed the Stith day of
January, Ims.i, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a B.H
the time for hearing the same and the account!
of said adiuiiilKtiator up u said dale. All per
sons interested In said estate are hereby notltie!
toapiear In said court at raid time to sto
cau.e, if any exists, why said resignation should
not be accepted and said aduiinistintor dlscbanj
ed. Dalles City, Or., Dec. 27, IfHS.
, f-KtKK Watkixs,
Oneof the Administrators of the Kstste
Perry Watklns, Deceased. d
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office atThi Dali.k, Our.nos.t
February 2, IN'
Notice Is hereby given that the followlnj
nnmed settler baa tiled notice of her Intention
to make Hnal proof in support of her f lalin.anl
that said pioof will be made before the Keglitet
and Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on ostof
day, Arril 15, 1"WJ, viz:
Llialo llelat, of That Dalles;
Homestead Application, No. 4721, for the 8 t
Sec Tp. 2 north, Range 12 east, W ill. Mer.
she names ihe following witnesses to pro
her continuous residence upon and cultlva'li
of said land, vlx: J. W. Johnston, I. W.MaT'
quia, Jscob Wetllc, (1. A. I'hltman, all ot TM
Dalles.Or.gon. JAY F. Lit AS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ornct at Tub Dam.is, ObkiosI
,, . . r-EBHtiAaY 2H, lh'.y. I
NOtlPA IS hnl.v i . .1.... ..ll.i.lnf
- - - "'j M'ci ma. luu iiFn..----
named settler has tiled notice of hi intention
hi niaae nnai proof In support of his claim,
that a ild proof will be made before the reglwr
and receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, oil Hatuniafi
Aprils,, MM, vlx:
ftriwiu A. Learned, ot The Palles:
Homestead Application No. 477K, for the t
I W'iind N', SWU, Section 24, Townfhlp
north, Hangc 12 K, w. M.
He mimes the following wltnis.es to prof'
his continuous residence upon and eullivatU
ol said laud, vlx;
II t t ... . ..ii .. Van
... .... Miiriini, wiiver nowers, I erry "
Camp, J. p. Agldlus, ail ol The Dalles, tint".
'Al I'. l.l.t A, Kegl""'
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
L 8. Land Crrica. at VAKrncvga, '".
, tKIIIM'ARV, is, iww. , i.
Notice la hereby given that the followlnr
named settler has tiled notice of Ms Intend" "J
make final proof In support of his claim,
that said proof will be made la-fore W. II. 1'rcaWi
l lilted States Commissioner for District J
Wa-bliigton,iithlsotrice In Ooldctidale, Wn'
liigton.on Saturdny, April , Iwi, via:
Thurinan K. Wright,
Homestead Kntry, No. urai, for the NF'- f"
..','!'. :,v.'l""",hlP north, of Hang M
He tinuica the following ultnesw to prove ni
eoniluuoiis tesiileiiiu iihiu and cuitlva I""
mid land, vbe:
Oeorgen i.jle, of Fulda P. O., Whlng'";
Nils J. a).. Ine, John H Simmons, Frank -Reynolds,
of i.j le p. I)., Washington.
VV. K. ,l MiAR, Regl'r-
Notice la hereby g,on that the partn"rl''P
heretofore existing between W. I., W ard. J. "'
Ward, K. II Ward ..I I U...I .1 a gef
era! Iiimierlng business at imfiir,' Orcg"ii L
lertheHrm name of Wanl A Sons, Is this Ml
dissolved bv mutual ronsent, W. I Ward '" J'
' Ward 1. tiling, j. yy. Wanl. K. II Ward ami
I .Ward will pomlniie the busliiess at i'(' I
under the firm name of Wanl Bros, and '
collwt all outstanding accounts and 1 ,
hills against the old linn. All parti. k"""l"
themselves Indebted to said firm are noliH' "
make an early settlement, either by rash or no"'
Dufur, tire. Feb. is,
w f. Was"-
dollars, cosla, and the costs of and i iv.'1
writ, aud commanding me to miike sX i
.l ............. .... . t. ...... , ... 1. . w lb,
iarr auuuiii. auu iu luncur sum ni mi
aoor oi ine cuuntv oo ire nktij n n,
Wasco County, Oiegon, sell at public luciiiilu
tbe highest bidder tor cash lu hand si, J
num. title ana interest which the
' 25 at Mayi & Crowe's.
J W. Was".
J. C. WAB-