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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1900.
PAKAtUSE FOR TUAi.IFS.
Larrlkla Hulr lh lltlea of Aaatrali
and llobora Terrorism that
For aeveral reasons Australia may be
ri-frtinleil as the ideal abode of the hobo
uml the t ramp. nr. as the former is des
ignated in the citim. the larrikin.
Tht-lur r ik i ii. like the kanfiavon, is pe
culiar to the Aiiatriiliun continent. In
Elemeata of alarse DUIarba
Long travel through many countries
has made it clear to my mind that there
Hre three things which have wrought
ruin in those foreign lan.lsi wherein
honest trade could be built up by hon
est men. The- are whit-ky, an en
forced civilization, uud n fai.se use of
the llilile. It v whit-Ky. 1 mean theintro-liiu-tion
into m;-h countrUs a China,
.lapau und the Smith Sea inlands, of
the inaniifactiire of rum and it iikuV
no other country, certainly not in the (MIS fascinating i,ni! ruinous effect on
the natives. By civilization, I mean the
introduction of such n;rlhod as are
wholly unnecessary to un already civ
iUed people, Mich as a change in dres.
fashions, and other hybrid nodal cus
tom. Hy the Itible and I would mv
nothing1 against the. pood book 1 mean
the introduction of cant by unprinci
pled hypocrite, whose only aim in at
tempting to spread the Cos pel has been
their personal gain. Hobert -Mackay,
in. Success. 1
I'nited States, would he even be permit
ted to exist.
1 n appearance. s:i the Ho ton (ilobe,
he is undersized in stature, slight la
build and sallow in complexion, prols
ai! ouir;; to an early excessive life of
figure! tes. II i at t ire i unique uml un
!iiitakalle. He wears a narrow brim
fi ll hat on one side of his head, a short
jacket reaching to the hips, pants very
tiirlit about the waist to the knees, but
spreading out bell-shaped at the an
k It s to the tips of his shoes. The latter
are invariably wilh high heels.
Smjrl.v a desperate coward, but in
packs or gaii its as he perambulates the
sidewalks of -Melbourne or Sydney, he
Incomes n terror to women uud chil
(.leu and a menace to anyone he fan
cies he can insult wilh impunity. He
rarelv doe any work and i never
found out of the cities.
The Australian tramp much reseni
bles the same specie in America, only
.instead of "looking for work, he gen
rally adopts the guise of a prospector.
With "billy" or kettle in hand he
trudges from one sheep station to nn
o'her, enforcing hospitality bv the
fear that if such is not accorded
burn will be found ignited on his depnr-
in no country in the world are the tin-
employed treated with so much consid
i ration by the authorities as in Aus
tralia. As the labor vote controls the
balance of political parties, and the
floating population of unemployed are
"working men," in that resin ct officials
are chary of saying no to a deputation
of this class of citizens.
Tor instance, as lias more than once
happened, if a body of unemployed
should wait upon the minister of (lie
interior with a request for free trans
I'ortation on the government railroads
to some remote district, where thev as
sert work is to be found, the minister
particularly if an election is at hand
lias no other recourse but to issue the
Then, if, when the place is rwiched.
climatic or other conditions are not
found to be as conjectured, a pressing
request for return passage does not
often meet with refusal.
Untitled Iron will t Ha.t.
Distilling various metals, Knlilbniim.
of Itasle, has found that a number of
them that usually rust quickly like
iron or copper are so purified that it
oecomes tlifticult to oxidize them.
Iron is a beautiful silver-white metal
that does not tarnish in the air. Tin
proves to be the most diliicult of the
common metals to distill, as in a vac
uum it does not begin to pas over
until ii temperature of L'!ll2 degrees is
reached. I mention.
Missed the Combination.
Sm y t ho 1 1 won't work.
Ilrown What won't work?
Sinythe Hypnotism. Tried it on
the butcher. Looked at him fixedly
until I had his undhided attention,
then I said, very slowly and with em
phasis: "That bill is paid."
J trow a And what did the butch
er do 7"
Sinythe He said: "You're a liar!"
Comes fiom Dr. J). B. Cargile, of
Washita, I. T. He writes :
"Four bottles of Electric Bitters has
cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, w hich had
caused her great suffering lor years.
Terrible sores would break out on her
head and face, and the best doctors
could give no help; hut her cure is com
plete and her health is excellent." This
Bhoivs what thousands have proved,
that Electric Bitters is the beet blood
purifier known. It's the supreme
remedy for ecitetnn, tetter, salt rheum,
ulcers, boils and running sores. It
stimulates iiver, kidneys and bowels,
expels poisons, helps digestion and
builds up the strength. OnrV 50 cent.
Sjld by Blakelcy Drupgist. Guaran
Olssolutino of rartneralilii.
The partnership heretofore existing
between A. M. Stringer and T. S. Ken
nerly, under the style of The Dalles Dis
tillery Com puny, has this day been dis
solved by mutual consent, A. !. Stringer
retiring and T. S. Kennedy continuing
the lu'inees and paying all debts and
collecting all bills.
The Dalles, Dec.
Dosiirr'i Same Haa Mr isllabte.
Tou-Hsi, the name of the Chinese
empress dowager, is not her full name,
but merely an abbreviation. Among
the numerous distinctions enjoyed by
the extraordinary lady is that of pos
sessor of the inwit lenyMiy nomencla
ture of any Chinese woman, as hertrue
name l uns to no less than 14 syllables.
When she signs it in full, as she does on
exceptional occasions, it reads, Tsou-
Hsiyu - k'ung - yi - choa - y u - chuang
b'enff - shon - kun-ching-hsieii-ch'uiig
Illtln't I.lkr iBKratltndr.
At Freeport. I,. I., a hen laid an egg
every day in a kennel and the dog ate
it. She stayed longer than usual one
clay and he shook her. Since then Khe
has kept away from the kennel and the
dog has given up his egg diet..
Nutlce of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between
J. E. Adcox and Theodore II. I.iebe,
under the firm name and style of J. K.
Adcox A Company, ia tins day dissolved
hy mutual ensent, J. E. Adcox retiring
from said firm. Theodore JI. Lithe will
continue the husiuees of e.tid firm under
the name and style of J. E. Adcox A
Company, and is authorized to receive
and receipt for all moneys due said firm,
and all claims against eatd firm should
be presented to him for payment.
Dated this 10th day of December, lf)00.
J. K. Aniox,
W TlIKO. II. LlKHE.
.Notice of Dissolution of I'urt.irrsliln.
Notice is hereby given that (he part
nership heretofore ixieting between
Grant Mays and L. E. Crowe, tinder
the firm name of Mavs A Crowe, was
llssclved Dec. 1, 1900, Grant Mavs re
The business will be continued under
the old firm name of Mays A Crowe by
L, E. Crowe. AH claims against the
firm will he paid, and all accounts and
notes due the firm collected by him.
L. E. Ciiowe,
Now is the time when croup and lung
troubles prove rapidly fatal. The only
harmless remedy that produces im
mediate results is one Micute Cony Ii
Cure. It is very pleasau to take and
can lie relicu upon to quickly cure
coughs, colds and all lung diseases. It
will prevent consumption. Sold by
Clarke & Falk's I. O. -Pharmacy.
Off to priseol
Iiut before we go every article wo possess, every Piano and
Organ must go. Gilbert fc Jones Co., who are to become
our successors in Portland, have not bought a single Piano
or Organ from us. They have paid us ai big sum of money
simply to become our successors, fur our reputation, for our
good will, and for our agencies, so as to control hereafter the
sale of the Knabe, JIardman, Steele, Fisher, Ludwig and
other Pianos, and under the contract with them we are
obliged to get out of Portland in the very near future so as
to let them operate in the field which we must relinquish.
We have no time to waste, ami have therefore instructed
I. C. NICKELSEN, The Dalles. Oregon.
to close out all Pianos and Organs on hand at a great sacri
fice. .Ve are now closing up our business preparatory to
our removal to san rrancisco, wnere win ue our lieauuuar-
ters hereafter. If you ever intend buying a Piano or Organ
now is the time. Address,
i. c. ixricKEaiiSEixr,
SOUTH and EAST via
T. A. Hl'Dsnw.
i s m ; r n
Trains leave The Ds'.Ies for Portland mid way
stations at l.ii a. in. aaii 3 p. m.
Pianos and organs offered for sale now
at Nickelseng music store are those
representing nil creeds and all cations
in pianodom. Here you will see the
most costly Knabe, the reliable Ludwig,
or the Franklin, Martin, Irvin, Kings-
burry. Sacrifice sale is now going on.
Suuaet Alining- Company Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the Sunset
Mining Company will hold a special
meeting on the 22d dav of December,
1000, at the hour of 9 o'clock a. in., at
the ofiice of the county clerk of Wasco
connty, Oregon, for the purpose of tot
ing on a proposition to increase the cap
ital stock oi the corporation.
dll'-UJ In. Bolton, secretary.
In future any and all inquiries rela
tive to delinquent taxes must be made
to the county clerk, as he is-e-ustodian of
delinquent tax sale record and rolls. The
sheriff having complied with the law in
making sale of delinquent tax?, he is
completely out of the tax-collecting
business till March next. d 1 ' -1 in
small red cow, about 7 years
A. M. Stringer
T. S. Ke.NXKKLY.
old, branded V on each hip, with swallow-fork
in ritthtear. Ought to have a
calf about 5 months old. I will pay f")
for nich information as will lead to their
recovery. Thkodokk Mich rt,
At Ward A Robertson's staMe, The
The. Appetite, of a Coat
Is envied by ail poor dyspeptics whose
Stomach and liver are out of order. All
such fchould know that Dr. Kinn's New
Life Pills, the wonderful stomach and
liver remedy, gives a spl?ndid appetite,
Bound digestion and regular bodiiy
habit that insures perfect health and
great energy. Only L'5 cents at the
Blakelcy drug store, ' 4
A few choice Hereford hull calves eli
gible for registration. Inquire of
hl-4:iw J. L. Kelly, The Dalles.
Wanted A second-hand Gre-proof
cafe. Muut he it good condition and not
too large. Apply at the Cuitosici.K
The mechanic tl toys at the New York
Cuh store w ili please the old as well as
We oiler for a limited period the
twice-a-week Ciikonki.e, price .'0,
and the eekly Oregonian, price $1.50,
both papers for $2 a year. Subscriptions
nnder this oiler must be paid in ad
JJyspepsia can n cured by using
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. One little
Tablet will give immediate relief or
money refunded. Sold in handsome tin
boxes at 25 cts. Blakeley the druggist,
tinn't hub It In,
Jnst wet the affected prl freely with
Mysterious Pain Cure, a Sootch remedy,
and the pain it gone. Sold by Clarke A
Nnttrel hereby riven that tl;e innlcrniiftiiil
has tieen 'iilnt"l by t tie comity ennrt of
Veo county. Orriioii, ailintntstrstiir nf the
estate of KrsD''1s K's. dTenrL All pcrs'ini
hsvinr claims avalntt tli e-Utc arc taerehy re
'jnlrH to nit-sent tlx- same to me, duly verlllnl,
at the office of W. II. VtllMin, In Imlh-a City,
jr"n, within six moth from the date hereof.
Jated Novcinls r 10, VM.
GKO. r. KOi4,
Or Wiley B. Allen Co.,
The Dalles, Oregon.
6' Str. Regulator
DTr-5 TTT A mrTi T TTVTT7' 2
DALLES, PORTLAND & ASTORIA NAY. COMPANY 3
Steamers of the Regulator Line will run as per the fol-'
ow,ng schedule, the Company reserving the right to change'
schedule without notice.
fit 7 A. M.
S' Arr. I'lirtland
Str. Dalles City.
at 7 a.m.!
. . vt eanesiiay
An. iitalta.! Regulator Line.
a 5 e. m.
at 7 a. a.
at 4 r. u.
L . Portland
at 7:"0 A. M.
at a P. M.
' Albany ..
8:H0 a m
" San yrancico .
5 uu p ra
7 .1j i ui
" Kau.-iu t.ity.
... t:t.i I n
:uu a m
... l ii m
... 7 -ii a m
Arrive Loa Angelea 1 :'J0 p m
Kl Pa 6:11) p in
" Kort Worth a m
" City of Mexico : ro a m
" Houston 4 :00 a ui
" New Orleans :jsara
" Wakhtngton 6:12 am
" NewVurk I2:Wpm
7:00 p m
10. bu p m
4 a m
t15 a u
11:1 a m
7 : -' ') a m
7 00 a in
6 in p m
6: a in
9:.'i a m
4:00 a in
fi p m
.'-if p ra
Pullman and Tourist cars on both traini
Cbalrcars Sacramento to Ugdcn and Kl Paso,
and tourist oars to Chicago, St Louis, New Or
leans and Washington.
Connecting t Ban Kraucisoo with several
steamship lines for Honolulu, Japan, China,
Philippines, Central and South America.
See agent at Tbe Dalles station, or address
C. H. MARKHAM,
Geuoral Passenger Agent, Portland, Or
FOR COMFORT ECONOMY AND PLEASURE, j
, Travel by the Steamers of the P.eejuiator Line. The Companv will endeavor to give its pat- A
rons the best service possible. For further information address Is
Portland Ollice, Oak-Street Dock.
r . I ITl KlTlViVITjT.TiTIViT.lLTlTlT.VJ r.T.V
W. C. ALLAWAY, Cen. Agt. 5
asco Warehouse Company
Headquarters for Seed Grain of all kinds.
Headquarters for Feed Grain ol ell kin
Headquarters for Rolled Grain, ail kind?
Headquarters for Bran, Shorts,
Headquarters for "Byers' Best" Pendle
This floor 18 manufactured expressly (or family
use: every Rack ia trnnrantjeil t.r crivu aaiiafariinTi
Wa ell our eoods lower than anv Imnse in th trailn. nnrl if vn Hr,,.'t h,i, J
call and get cur prices and be convinced.
Highest Prices Paid for Wheat. Barley and Oat?.
Retiring fvom Business.
Closing out my Entire Stock Regardless of Cost.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, at n nch less than wholesale
prices. Will sell in hulk or in lots, or any way to suit purchasers.
Entire stock must be closed out before 30 days.
All goods will be sacrificed except Thompson's Glove-fittinR Corsets
and ISutterick Patterns. Your prices will be mine. Coll early and secure
J. P. McINERNY,
Corner Second and Court Sts.
Yellowstone Park Line.
THE D1XIXU CAR KOUTE FROM PORTLAND
TO THE K AST.
THE ONLY DIRKCT LINE TO THE VEI.I.OW-
We represent some of the larw.t
insurance companies in the world!
We have a large list of property iw.,1.
city and country, for sale and r Mh
We have money to loan on real,,..,,
security at reasonable rate, of in
We do all kinds of conveyance
are the exclusive owners for
tern of abstracting, which pwlnowft
poss.b.l.ty of mistakes in lookfi
titles to real estate. "P
Any one having property for !. ,
rent mliy find it to their advan Zl
leave it in our hands. uvng t,
Collection, and all legal boeinessUft
in our care wil recei t.,m...
uon. VVillpr4ct.ee in all thecoorUof
-wv. . auiivriiv;e
Offices: Washington street
r tencti & uo.'.
i .next to
Union Depot, Finn and I Sts1
No. 2. ' Fs.t mail for Tufoms, i No.
, Pmttlr, Olymjiiii, (irity'b
Hartxir and South Huml
fmintH, ripnkiini', Koss-.
iiml, I). ('., I'll 1 1 tn ii n .
, Moscow, I.UiKtoil, I II f j
11:15 A. M. faloiliiinp liiiniiiKCDiin-1 Fi;j0 V. M.
try, Hi'k'iiH, MiniK'iiiio-!
Us, Sr. I'ii li I , OmiiliH,
Kmims City, St. ljillis.1
Cbii'Hio unit nit x.iiitn
No. 4. vahl and mni thenst. I No. X
l'uaret isounil Exprpss,
11 ;30 P. M.' for Tiiconui ami Kuiittlo 7:00 A.M.
i and intermediate pumu
I'lillman first rlass iind timrift (.Iwimrs to
Mlniienioll, Mt. Puul and Missouri river point
Vestiuuluil trains. Uulou denoi cniincctloiis
in all principal 'itlw
Htiygniie checked to desflnn tfon of tickets.
r or !uiiidsonely IMujitiaHiIileM riptive matter
ticlietH, slcepiiig cur resuivutioiis, etc., call on or
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant (ienernl I'lisseneor AK"nt, 2Vt Muni
son Stieet.curiier Tbiid, Portland Oregon.
At Public Auction
Tuesday, Dec. 18, 1900
At lo O'clock A. M.
AIJ the personal property of the estate ol
Kil. Doyle, decoaeed. at the
8-Mile, Wasco countv, on.istinir oi
Fanninir Mill, Grain Drill. H.a..
Gang and Walkins; Plows, 3 ects Har'
rows, 6 head of HorHer, -1 head of Cattle
a Wagon and Harness, Blacksmith
Fur futther particulars, call on or aj.
drees W. J. HAIlKIMAN, Aduilni.tra
tor, Kndershy, Oregon.
noticp: for tl-blicatiox.
l.A.ND OHIH AT THK bAI.LKK. Oh., (
Heeeiiiber in, IKS),
Notice, is licretiy Kiven that the lollnwlrit
named settler has tiled notice ol hl InientiiMi
to make linnl priHif In snpixirt ol his claim, and
milt suKI uriKil will be Inmle before t ie rei?iler
nnu receiver nr i ne nni:es, Oregon, on watur
day, liniuary l'J, pml, vl.:
of The Dulles, OrPKnn, U.K. No. .-,tr,s for Hie
,V't.?"'i " : HfC. 1, T. 2 K R. 1.1
r.., . m
He mimes the followlns; witnesses tn prove
hiM continuous residence uuon ami enlii v.rii,.n
of fcaid land, viz.:
.lacnb Whittle, Jsenb OhleKchlnner. Able Y.
.iun,ii. rerry aneiiinp, all ef The Dalles, Ore
d'i'11 JAY P. I.UCA.S, Register.
C. J. STUBblflG,
W HOI. KIM, K AM) HKTAIU
Wines, Liquors Cigars
Family Orders will receive prompt attention. :!
1 Phone 234,
Next door to First National Hank.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
' tTlTlViTir.vi Vl V
NOT1CK FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office atThk Dai.i.ks. Or.,
December 17, pmc. i
!OlIce Is lierellV Sivell that the fi.lloivlnir
iretix-i, hui'-i nun i ui not fe in iiim iiirentii(ti
tu make Ii tin 1 pr.iof in Militant of his elatin. and
that said pnxif will be made before the reui-ter
and receiver of the r. H. Innd ollice at The
Ham s, ui , on Biiuiroiiy, January M, p.ml, viz
Krancla A. Ohrlat.
oi I ne Panes. t)rcfiin, II. E. No. Ji.Ti'.. fur the
He mimes the following wltne'ses to irove
V ivniiieiice nwm ana cultivation
Ol Hum IMIIII, Vl.'
J. Ii. Hull. D I) Nelson, Thus. ;ibson.
frazer, all of i lie Dalles rcK,.ii.
P. M't'AS, Hmisler.
FINAL fKl I'LKMKXT
In the Coiuity Court nf the state of Oregon:
Noliee is heiel.v irlvi-n lli.l lhi.nn .,n4
i K. K. HaltniMrshe, administrator with the will
I annexed of the estate of Jonathan Jackson.de
I ''"s'll. has filed his Mnsl acconnt In said estate
I" "' countv court ol said V. asen Conntv, (lie
j ron, and said court Iihs, by an order dated the
illth dvof iNveniUT, ltsrn, appointed Thius
' day, tie Piihday of January, I'.nil, at the hour
, of 1 o elia-k In the afternoon of shIiI dnv, as the
i lime and the comity court room In the court
house at Dalles Ity, Oiegon. ss the t.lace. fi
! t'',l" nrlll' "aid final account and of the oh
I jccllons then to, if nny there la-. All heirs,
, cnsiiiors and other fH-rsona lnteretd In said
estate, are hereby notiiied and require t to pre
i sent and file their obi. -. tions to said ni'coniit If
( any they have, on or la-fore tbe time wt for the
I bea.liin thereof as afote.atd
Administrator with the will ann-xid ol tbe
. -.ii .ii,.!,. inn n .nn K son, HeecHseil.
All kinds of
Crandall S Barget
The Dalles, Or.
i h i I; li" oy riven lint the undersigned
bus duly ,,.. with tbeConnty clerk of w
i.nnly, On gon, bis fit.nl acconnt nr. I report a.
administrator of theeit of Ad, dpi! At-idlus,
tl-cease. ,n. that the Honorable on ! o.irt
has Hx.Nl Mo. j .the.-.ll, day of NovemU-r, !'..,
itl0 ocl.s k a in. of said day as the time, and
tie . onit.y otirt ris-m of the onnty lonit
". r; .'"",)' . Oregon. ;
... nnllJ Im)ll ac. onni and re
; I""1"" oiieresten in sld csialo are
.ml si! ".l Jl'"'' "tia-ar at said time and place
.HsehaU's'!, "',',r"v"'' ! ..lntli.lstrilor
Dated this itb day ol October, 1'nsi.
General Mill Work
Hansen & Thomsen
Miiiiufeturrs and Dealers in
Sash and Doors, Rustic, Flooring,
. Pine Lumber, Mouldings, Etc.
BEE HIVES AND FRUIT BOXES
Of All Kinds
Third Street. The Dalles, Iwgnn.
,'.','V'1 '". ''"'y riven tint tbe nnd. r-fgnod,
"'"I " "" "'''' Andrew V. Anderson
nt-l 111ft' cri.iiiir .r.
11)1 'HI IJHV (if .iH'iiiHt-i.' Dsn u i t . . '
-k a. m . .. i,..Vi.V...K,-,..V,r
tbi r. to, lb,- setUeno., t .r i a" .
s-rsoiis Intctc.tcl n .,i
'r.iiiiors and i.lh
Advertise in The Chronicle.
estate are therefore hereby rcjolred to lile the r
obl lions to .,, .ecounl, If any ,.V I are m
Dalles city, or., Nov I',, l'i
JL''Jl J' ' - "'"I r-H KIt, Kee.nr
VVatohour uln.low for ienTajV. If
we'll del tlm regt. (i,-o. C.
In the Circuit Court of tbe State of Oregon (or
Joseph l'sqiiet, I'liilntiir,
F. X. Haqnet and O. U Paijuet, Defendants.
Hy virtue of an attachment, execution, derm
and order of sale, duly lie nisi out oi and uii'mt
the seal of the Circuit Court nl the state of
Oicgou, tor the County of Multiiotiia'i, to me
dlremed and dated the 'Jltli day nf Nnveinbrr,
1'imi, upon a ludgm.-nt rendered and entered in
said Court on the i'Tth dnv of January, W', io
the above entitled cause, in fnvoi of the plain
till and against the defendants, K. X Fft
and)). I.. !'H.i.cl, as judgnieiit ibbtors, In lllP
sum of four hundred (limb dollars, will. InUwt
thereon from the Jltli day of Heptember, 1HI.
the rate of eight ia.-r cent a-r annum, snd tlie
further stun of liiteen (Il'odollars, wilh luti nut
thertsin at six per cent mt anniini from the'iTili
davof January, IMIT, and the further sum of
thtrty nne ::l) dollais, costs, and thefiatinf
and upon this writ, and cniuinstHllnir iia? u
make sale of the real proa'rty hereinalter
scribed, I will, on the Hist day of Deem 1st.
1!i, at the hour of 2 o cliaik In tlie afternoi u
Slid dnv, and at tbe front disu of tin- cmnty
courthouse In Dalles City, WaM-oOaintr.lire-gon,
sell at publle auction to the liiifliest I'M'
for cash In hand, all the right, title anil Inter!
which the defendant, K. X. raipiet sml 0. l
l'a.Uet, or either ol them, had on the iTtn uy
of January, IW17, the date of the iinlitineiil, or
which such defendants, or any of the deteiin
ants herein, have since ae.Ul.'ed. or lie ksre
in and to the following deserlts'l nul pnipnVi
situate and being In Wasco Countv, Dn'Kun, t"
wit: . ,
Ibe northwest uunrtcr 01 "' the north;''
ouarter (';) vt aeriion two (.'), and the'i"""1
east quarter ''4)of the northeast iusru-ri.i-and
the soli 111 hall of the northeast .tmrteti ,1
of section tliree ( I), all in township sis
of rana-e twelve til) east of the U illainet" Mfn'
dhin in Wasco County, Oreron, and ci ntinn"1"
me hnndrel and sixty (lm acres: orsn n'
of said proierty as will satisfy said jii'lfi'i""
u i di-ere-, with coals and accrnlmt costs.
ttald property will la-s-ild mb eei to eiiini""-
llou ami raslemptlon as bv law pnn d'll.
Dated at The Dalles, Dr., this .'.th day ot w
Ceinber, I'.t.O. . ..
dH gh.-rl It Wasco on 11 ty, urnt
I.A.so Orno at VsNi ouvrit, -h.
1 Hdota-r i'. 1''
v. ...... ... 1 1... !.... ....I the f.illoWllK'
tlaineil setller has filed' notice of his lilt"""1;
to make filial pr.sit ill supMirt of his elslin,
Hint said priail will las made before W. rI.
by, l H. commissioner for the "". ''' J
WashliiKlon, nt Ooldeiiilnle, Wash.,"" Mow"''
le'en'la.-r lu, I'.sm, viz.:
Uriirfi H. Mt. I.awrrnrr,
of l.vle I'. )., Waab., who made II. h. u
for tin- W 1, HK'i ami K', ti .'t,ip J:,''v
i- y , W. .M. .. .,.,
Ilewiaioca the followlnr witnesses w. ry
hla lontlnnoiis r.-aidence itlsm and cuui"
f said laud, vl..:
1 nomas j. vt i.itconio, iteorx'--
Itradforikaud .W llllani U-alon, all ol l.yic-"'
W iishiiiKtoll. ,, ,..ir
isll V. R. lirSBAB lhhder
In Ibe lustier ef the eslale. of John .""
Wnreiiblast, d.K'castd. ,
Notice Is hereby riven that ''V.,"'?lTn'.'!,t oi
Ibe executor of the last will and tel'"' " ',,
John ..ottlieb W.Ki-llblssl. di-.ea.yl. ni" ,,
1.1- ,..UI .,. the matter
".. . '.V.. '.. ' .... ... ..... s.nl. ol lin lT'
nil I lllf 1 IHIIIIT 1 nun i -dills!
wascol nuuty hns m-i .sioi.oaj , ..1,1 .Isv
Jannsrv, psil, at the hour of lo uul
as the dale for the h. stlnif of Ihe said
r-Ms-.ltor of the last will "f 'j'-i
NOTICE OK FINAL fKlTI-FMlNT'
Nolle, la hereby riven that l',; "
lias tiled with the clerk of H"' "' ,,
the stale of Oreiron, b-r w "'''V ' ' ol Helen
iiccoimt as administrator 01 '"" ' '" nr,.-rdulT
raiiioio, i.,s-,-n",-'i, ., ,
.1 1 it .-cm 0.-1 . -
madeon Ibe inn nv .
curt, Monday, tin- HI" uay - f,tri
has la-en lls.-d as the lime, and Iber - " H(,jr
ro..tti 1 1 .aid court as the place f.;r
... .,1 .nl, I Una aceoi.n.
si'le an I
t. r. m" v 'L "V,