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The division superintendent had been
better than his word, for it was only
four o'clock when the train came hissing
in, and in ten minutes, in long ghastly
prives-ioti, Kolfes men were leading
their chargers, curveting and prancing
in the keen air, down the winding road
to the valiev, the quartermaster's
wagons following with chest and box
tuid Kile and bnudies of tentage and
camp eqmiwge. lit tittivn minutes more
the won! went p to send down (he next
troop, and the tr.itn puiiiM rorwanl four
car lengths, so as to bring the next lot
of hors cars ontav-ite the platform and
i-hntes. while T.iorikl's h:lliilstilne sirrtls
were led wouderiug frim the dimly
lighted gangway; and so, by a few
minutes after Bve. eveu the oflicera'
chargers ami thesiuure horses of the first
battalion were, all aboard, and some
where across the stream, just as the
major acknowledged the report. "All
aboard and secure, sir," in Hazlett's
soldierly tones, a sprightly chanticleer.
wnose ears naa at last caught those
mumeu sounus ot novr auu voice over damn htm! he shant. I wont have her ! flag, awaiting the signal to sound "as
nnder the garrison bluffs, concluded it ! degradeil by any such offer, if I have to i eembly," and now the baud come
time to challenge, ami woke the echoes
with shrill cock-a-dixxlle-iov), whereat
there cauie a low chuckle of delight
from Hailett 8 men.
err good, sir. Xow get aboard all
your baggage as quick as you tan." .
All aboard now, sir.
"Then march up to quarters for coffie
and breakfast the others are at theirs
now and form under arms right after-
iTecious time sleep Has there betn
this night no time among the men, no
inclination among the women. Wives
and daughters who had devoutly
thanked heaven that only the first bat
talion was to go were soon undeceived
and found that but ten hours' respite
was to be theirs. All the night long the
note of preparation could be heard in
barracks and in quarters. The colonel,
with his adjutant and quartermaster,
hardly left the office at all. Berrien
bustled from barracks to his home, from
tnere to stables. At two ociock. find-
ing all his own campaigning kit in per 1
feet readiness, and Winifred ami hef i
mother still huddling over the parloi
fire, he noted the pallor in his daughter's
face, the deep trouble in her pathetic
yes, and, taking her in his arms, he
kissed her fondly again and again. ,
"Go to your room now, little dangh-
ter," he said huskily; "go. dear, and try
to sleep, i will not leave without com-
ing to say bye-bye, just as I alwaysdid."
She shivered and hid her face and clung
- .'s -ua, o-mimiij to oe reiieveu ano aiioweu to go, unt the
no tear. Gently he unclasped her hands, quartermaster says 1 must stay until
"Yes, my child, do a i bid you now; 1 gome sergeant can be found who is com
want to speak with mother awhile." petent to take charge some one in the
And then reluctantly she turned, but infantry battalion. That may require
the one brief look into his eye was so i two or three days, sir, and 1 am fearful
full of wordless sorrow that he was foi j that once the command gets away there
an instant unmanned. "My little girl! , will be no obtaining orders to follow it
xny little Winnie! don't look at your old ' Besides, air, there is my horse."
daddy that way!" he almost sobbed, ai I "Vou belong to the Black troopr
again he threw his arm around her, lead-! "Yes, sir, and 1 think that if the ma
ing her to the stairs. "We won't begone ! jor would but speak to Major Kenyon
long. We're all coming back, dear; and j at once hecould name a sergeant who
we'll .have a lovely Christmas, and you would take my place here at the fire
hall .have the jolliest kind of a party, , honse. Almost any man can do it, sir
pet. Bui oe a Drave lime woman now.
I i'll -.11 !. W f L i , I
im.iaii iu iieuu aw uuucti '
-with quick convulsive sob and threw
herself .upon his breast, again twining
her soft arms about his neck, her beau
tiful dark hair streaming in rippling,
shimmering masses down over the
creamy white wrapper,
tears would have been a
The burst of .
blessed relief, !
but it never came. A quick, soldierly
tread was heard on the plank walk with
out, and then springing up the steps.
Even before the rat-tat-tat at the door
she had torn herself from his arms and
sped like a startled fawn up the carpeted
"Iti Mr. Brewster," said Mrs. Ber- j
Tien, in Jow tone, quickly. BerrieDj
threw open the door. "Anything for a
IH-eiexi, m, uuwe uere again, ne rant-
tered angrily to himself, as he confronted
the unwelcome intruder. It was Brew
eter. ".Major Berrien, the colonel's compli
ments, and he desires you to know that !
tne train will ,oe nere at tour Instead of
five." And Brewster's eyes glanced but I
An instant into tnose of his snpenor,
and then went wandering longingly over
"I had already heard it, air. You
have everything ready?"
"I beg pardon, then, for disturbing
you, major. I have just left the col
onel, and he thought you might not have
heard. Yes, sir, everything will be
ready, though the rations are not yet
"Then be ready to get your horses
aboard the moment F hag finished load
ing. Anything else, Mr. Brewster?"
Poor fellow, there was something else-
sometnmg tnat nuea nearx ana soul ana
dominated every thought. Gazing '
wisuuuy up me stairs, nis sau eyes nau jection.
caught one glimpse of that white, fieet-1 "Come in here, sergeant," called Ber
ing form, one glimpse of the lovely rfen, arui cap jn hand the dark eyed,
pallid face all framed in dark, falling . dark haired trooper, on whose lip the
tresses, as, clinging to the balustrade, , mustache was aKain beKinntatt to bris-
Winifred turned, unable to resist the
longing to hear what he might have to
"Nothing nothing more, I believe,
sir." And, mechanically raising his
hand in salute, poor Curly turned away,
the door promptly closing behind him. .
Berrien came back into the parlor
clinching his fists, speechless indigna
tion in his face. Mr. Berrien saw th
nnmistakable sign, and, though in hei
tiean sue ten tun ot synipattiy tut
Brewster, tX knew it best to say noth
"If 1 thought '.t as you said,
hvirselv spoke at hist, "if 1 thought
that fellow had beu trifling with Win- j
nie while all tha time carrying on this j
Faugh' i'. make me feel as though j
I could tl'.-ole him!" And Berrien
strode up and down the coiy room, i
beating ore brawuy list iuto tlio palm of j
i the other hand.
-But. Rioharil dear, why do yon think
; there has been anvthimr serious between
I him and this this woman? 1 thnk she
j deliberately assumed that mamr at the
! hop tonight. 1 think sh -Alio,! him
'Carroll' solelv for WUufred's benefit
and uiiue. I saw how astouished and
auuoyeil he was."
But Borrieu held up a warning hand,
-..v . .....v- .v .- u ,nv ,t.iii(, mm
he striving to sotithe her. She was aotv
biti.st aloud when he put her iu the car
nage. Kolfe and I both saw aud beard.
Don't tell me there wasn't anything lie-
tween them. Very possibly he doe
want to make up to Winifred now, but
! send her and vou to Euroue to tret her
; away from him. It is no imagination.
j Btss; I tell you 1 kmw Why. only tins
, uioniing she sent him a new picture of
j herself : and as for calling him Carroll
j for our benefit, that's what she calls
j him iu her letters, aud I can prove it,"
j "How, Dick'r"
"Roife saw it saw it this very mom-
j "Captain Rolfe! Why. how came he
; to see her letter to him?"
"Well, it was lying open ou his desk.
he could not help seeiug."
"Why, Dick, 1 cannot understand
Captain Rolfe's lookiug at or reading
other people's letters, and"
"It was an accident. I tell you."
"Ab, but it was no accident his tell
ing of it, Dick. Nothing on earth should
have induced him to refer to it. if. as he
claims, he saw it by aocideut I did not
suppose Rolfe would do such a thing.
Well, he couldnt help himself. I
ilmi-l it nnt .f liiu. I nt
Another step, another rap at the door
aud, casting one glance aloft. Berrien,
to his dismay, again cauu-ht sight of
Winifred' pale face peering over the
balustrade. The child could not, would
"What's wanted?' he curtly asked as
he threw open the door,
"It is Sergeant Ellis, sir." said a deep
voice. "I have come to beg the major
to intercede for me. Mv tr.ain
with the major's battalion and 1 begged '
only there is no time to be lost Major 1
rr ....... - !
ivpnvon is & Lne doctor s now.
"Yes, sir, and Captain Rolfe haa Just
joined him there."
"Have you spoken to Lieutenant
Brewster? He commands your troou
as you know,
now that the captain'
"I have, sir, but it was at the office.
and the quartermaster spoke up at once,
so that Lieutenant Brewster could do
Berrien turned back into the parlor
"Bess, dear, X must run over to Holden'
a moment. Will you not go up to Wini-
fred? She is not lying down at all."
Followed by the sergeant, Berrien
entered Holden' gate and gave a whack
at the open hail door as he nassed in.
Kolfe voice wag rthe first thing he
heard. It was tremulous with excite
ment. "If Colonel Farquhar will but give
me authority to search one room in this
poet I will guarantee that 1 can find
that nfetnm and name th tWf" H
broke off short at siirht of Berrien.
Holden rose, hospitably urging the major
to join them in a eup of .ooflee, but Ber
rien proceeded at once to business.
"Major Kenyon, a sergeant of my bat
talion is in charge of the fire apparatus
here, but is most anxious to go with us.
He says it will be allowed if you can
name one of your men a noncommis
sioned officerto take his place at once.
You will do me a very great favor if you
"Certainly I can," answered Kenyon
stoutly. "Is your man there? Call him
in. Sergeant Griggs, of B company
11 be just the man, and 1 know hi
company commander will make no ob-
tie, stood silently before them.
"Are you well enough to go, my
man?" spoke up Holden on the instant
"You look very pale, if not ill."
"I am perfectly well, doctor, and I
am eager to go. I suppose I'm a little
cold and excited."
"Then give my compliments to the
quartermaster at once and say Sergeant
Griggs, of the infantry, will take your
duty.!' said Kenvon.auietly.-
Kin muttered, "Thank yon, Mr,"
faced about mul hurried from the room
"Whs Ihut limn iu the hull when I
whs talking (tuvl you cam inr" naked
Rulfo, iti his quick, decided way,
"1 dou't know," answered llorrien aur
prised. "I think he followed me up the
teps mul wit standing Ht the door."
"Why do yon ask. Rolfe?" queried
iloldcu. closely studying hi five
"llccrtitxo, if ho whs, the search (
spoke of would now tie useless.
Daylight Ht last, but the sun la hidden
in bank of dripping mist. Daylight,
wan and chill and comfortless, and the
bleary lamps null smoke ami nicker
mvutthe parade, Duylight, yet with'
out ona sjvirk of gladmss. Even th'
binls huddle In the shelter of the autumn 1
foliage, uow so crist and brown, and not;
; , , , ; , , . .! s
so mucn as a cntrp is lieatM. All around sunn oaoa 10 wie siauon wueucti one j Kreeler ol the I' a. laml ..!. al Orou
the big quadranglo night lamps are atill cams It Is the conquered Indian who , i 'l, rvini, .mi i "lyr. 4;wJJ vl
aglow within the shadml windows, tell-! rides in triumph to the nation' capital ) ,. n aj,, 'r',i ,. "ee 1. T 4
ingof sleepless vigil, of pallid cheeks d learns how great and gHl a thing , . K K llr. nanira tlie (..lloBiim wi
and tear dimmed eyes. Only in the bar-! it is to take the warpath every othor j l;;1;;::,:,!;1:;;;!!:!:';':;
racks of the men or the lively dens of
the Ivvchelor sulviltenis do the windows
bl.-ue, uncurtained, undismavtHl. There
no silently weening wives, uo clinvinif.
' fcibbimr little ervin "l.an, !
mamma cries," yet little diiamitig for
what cause, uo thought of "What will j
come to these should 1 uever return?'
l.in, tt tl,., ai.irit it 1... D..l.li..H 1l....
l u..t.u uu .'...w 'l.llll. A lll'ITJ
! all voices art rituritur with eagerness.
j even exultation, as the. men brace on
i Uieir woven cartridgo belts aud tosa over
. tiivit tun., u, nuniiiiioi a lot lima Billies
j and the stmpsof canteen and haversack,
j and then come streaming forth upon the
; galleries mutlled to the chin la the blue 1
j cavalry overcoats. j
i Out on the parade the trumnotor are
gathered under the moist fold of the ,
' marching in thrtimrh the m.imintf n.Ut
' and the adjutant strides forth from the'
ottlce door. Merrily, briskly the stirring
', pead bursts from the U11 of the braxeu
; trumpets. Promptly the blue overcoats
I leap into ranks. Shandy they face to
! the left, aud the stem voices of the set- j
goauts can be hoard calling the Mils-
I the "here." "here." of the men nnsnond. ;
j iK i animation and hilarity sometimes
j so marked as to cull forth a frown of re-
bnke. The troou commanders and their
subalterns have hastened to their coin
pany grouud. The major has just
come forth from his dimly tighted hall
and is joined by the colonel at the gate,
and now, slowly, these two are pacing
out to the parade. On many of the ver
andas dim feminine forms, mantled in
heavy shawl or cloak, have gathered In
the gloom. Some can be seen flitting
ghostlike through the mist, seeking I
comfort and sympathy in the society of j
a uear neighbor equally bereaved, j
Brewster turns one lunging glance at
the porch of the major' quarters, but i
no one is there. !
Agaiu.quiek and spirited, as though de-1
fying the elemeuts, the trumpet peal the j
adjutant's call: the band bursts into the j
martial rhythm of lively quickstep, and J
then the dripping, moisture laileu morn-;
ing air rings with the words of command.
as, in full ranks, the four troiqis come 1
swinging out upon the turf and all the j
roadway around the parade fills tip with
other light blue overcoats, those of troop- j
ers and footmen, who wish with all their
hearts it was their turn to go that
they, too, belonged to the First buttalion.
In a moment the line is formed; the car
bines snap into the bared left hands as
arms are presented; Berrien leaves the
colonel's side and takes post in front
of the center, touches his cap in ac
knowledgmfnt of the salute and whips
out his own battle worn blade. No
speech making here. -Right forward,
four rightr rings the order, ami then.
arms at right shoulder, hand and trum
peters leading, Berrien's men, with
quick, elastic step, with swing and life
and jauntiness in every stride, march
square away across the parade, heading
for the road in front of Farqnhar's quar
ters, ine trumpets strike np their mer
ry, lively peal. With one simultaneous
crash the carbines are brought to the
carry, and Berrien lowers hi saber in
salute to the gray haired colonel, whose
eyes fill and who bare for the moment
his handsome head as he notes the spir
ited bearing of the men.
And now the head of column has
reached the road and turns to the left,
and now the trumpets cease and the full
band bursts into martial song and all
along the row women aro wnvmg hand-
kerchiefs Wet with tears, eve. I though I
many are sobbing as t!tough their hearts
would break, and little children are
perched on the gallery railings, shouting
in shrill treble their g'snlby to pupa,
whs turn one brief glance, Mtrliaps the
Very last on earth, imd a big lump rises
in many a hnsky throat and stern eyes
are dimmed with unwonted tears, and
God alone knows the secret thoughts
that go surging through the soldier
brain, the never ceasing whisper of that
tillsmall voice. "What what will be
ttletf tat ff Tun tanr CtxlMoiw
Can hear, God aloii can know the
humility, tii piteon pleading In tha
muttered rayer that lloala to him on
high, "Oh, guard and protect them, and
if It b thy will lu thy good tlma restore
tlio father to his helples little one,"
Ah, It la one thing to go forth to tight
for an Imperiled country, for an in
tuited flag, to "lake life and fortune
n mTIo t.,;;:.. zzz
the nriid. and to M that ono b
Uing for them, for their honor, jieace
and futttre prosperity.
Hut It la a thing far different to b
torn from loving anna and the smiles
and sunshine in the little facea, the prat
tling and kisses, of laby lipe, to face
year after year aavagt f, knowing
'"'" w'" hat, defeatiHl, eVy death ran
b the coldier'a fortune; that, victoriotia,
'be out v rewanl will b tiermiHsiou to
,.,,, 4 , . .- ,
year. It is all well enoimh for the young
oflicera, the young tnHrs, to laugh and
'-, cluvr. It is the IiusIhuuI and father
among the seniors, the old campaigner
in the rank and tile-men who have boon
through manv and many a bhaalv light
. - ' ,
within some twenty yearn of national
and iimsivritv--men who have
1 , , , , . ,
seen uoiteiis, miuiirtms in uieir cnertani'il
I comrades slainrlttered in battle with the
: Siouxit is they who see the other aide
! of the picture, and ask: "To what pur-
fcv, a ..... ..,,.
TO tut l.ri.M'm.J
Mrs, Closetlit We are lnv(l to Mr
and Mra. Itaugle silver wwlding
j What hall we give them?
! Mr. I'losetist I'll make "em a speech
, Speech is silver, von know.-tlood News
tlio oest plan ot supplying charcoal to
the poultry U to burn com, not Muck
but niivly browned; give them all that
they will eat op clean,
On All Sides
Ayor'j I'llfs are eninuienileil . the tn-al n-g.
UUlor ot the liver, stnnutrb, will howi'la,
l'r. Ihoiiua I onni'ra, ut I I'lilin llrlde, I'.,
.i); - Having long uwl Ayer Tllla mm
giant rraulK I can conlWi'iitiy iwuniniriul
thrill atHtvcuUotlmra." ir Siwiuvr,
ut I nily. . tl.. writes : "I cotwtilrr Ayer'a
1 ilia fur su-rior. as a I'allmrtlf. to any tluu
are tmuutaU bj the ptuuinacoia-l."
"After snderlng for (itcht yeara from rhlllt
nil fever, with only tH-i-aaion.il IntervaU of
rvat, I nas rnreil by Ayer'a I'tlla alone. My
rase hail reataieil treaiment lth the iuii.il
ilia-mra' in-terlitloiii anil great manlier of
iroirietary nieilletnea, hut ntKler tlie Inttii
enee of Aer I'llla the rhllla ami lever
feuril. nty liver ami atntmirli ere realnreil
to healthy aetloti. ami my tunner K'-xl healtli
retiirneil. Ayer'a t'llta ranmit In-i-lrelleil .n
a remnty for Urwnlrn e inaeil hy nuklnrial
laniis." f. I,. lUirrnw, tionlon. Tena.
' For heailarhe. Ayer'a tltti are the mal
fffeetive meillelne "-tl. Riah e, llnmer. N V.
" U ltra I leel the need of a i-atlmrttr, t
tike Ayer'a I'illa, ami flint them tn he more
fffecuve Ulan any other pIMa I ever IihA."-
Mn. It. C. llrutili, Hnrwellvllle, Va.
Or. J. C. AYER It CO., low.ll, Wait.
8old by all Ilrugfialaauif llealera ,u ktvUlcllMM.
In theCErenlt (nirT ft' the State of Oregon, for
the Comity ot Claekamaa, at.
Thomas M. Miller, plattitltr.)
M irv r.. Harlow, Margaret J VSnlt In Kttllty.
f tllalmry. Henrietta M Kelly
an. I It, Plllabiirv, tletrml la. I
To Henrietta M. Kelly of r aid ftwrenilantfl amt
tnall tteraona nnkiiowu rlalmtng or having an
Inlereat In the pruatrty iteacribeii In the com
plaint herein :
lathe name nf the State of Oregon, ymt are
hereby required to appear ami anawer the eoni'
platnl filed agalnat yon tnlhr altoveentlllrit anlt
wtinin lett tiayi
frotn the tlale nf the aervleeof i
thla allium.. ha upon yon, If aerveil wlllitn lllla j
roiinty : or. If aerveil in any other eon nty ol thla
atatti, then within twenty tlaya from the ilate of
I th aervlee of thla aiiinmona nion yon Anil It
1 yon fall mo to anawer, or wiilit thereof Iheplaln-
will take Judgment ngatnat yon anil apply to
the court tor the relief tti-tnamle.1 In aattl rami'
nUint which ta a ami for the partitioning
among the paittea thereto, plaintiff ami itefentl
anta, of certain real eatnte annate In (Mackamak
I coiiinv, Mie tn iiregiui. 10 wu. i ne r.. 'j 01 uie
I donation claim No. in aei-tiona tl. 1. 'Jti ami
27 iu.ownahiti 'I aonth, range I eaat of the tt'll
lainettemeriiliaii. anlt! eaat half being the wlfu'k
. portion of ttie donation land claim of the late
It...-. ..I Ul!l. ..A U..I.. -I.. a ..a lid, ..rt
the. 8. W. comer of the late Hatnttel W. rttiall
non'a donation land claim, known on the inapa
and plata and anrveyatit the. t'lilU'd Stalea aa
claim No. 70 lu T. i., K. 1 K of the Willamette
Thla ntnmnna ta ajtibllahed by older nf the
Hon. I.oyai H. gtearna, judge of lha clrmtlt
court of the atate ot Oregon for the cottnty nf
Multnomah, dated September '1, l.alt,
:-tl;5 Attorney for plaintiff.
Ill the Circuit Court nf the ataiA of Oregon for
Ixiulaa pazlel. fliitntHii
iohn Iiaslol, dcfcntfnnii
Tn John flaelel, anld defendant:
lnthenama ot the. atatn of Oregon you arn
hereby reitircd to appear Htid nnawer the com
plaint ffld agHlnal ynu tn thti ahoveentltled
nit within ten daya from the date of iheacrvice
ul thla aiiminriiia tipnn you, if acrverl within thfa
county; or, If M'rvctl In any other county of
title slate, then within twenty daya from the
date of the aervlee of thla aumuiona upon you.
And if you full an tn anawer, for want thereof,
the plaltitllf will apply to the court for the re
lief demanded In thu complaint In, wit: for the
diaaolutlori of the lunula of matrimony now ex-
iKttng utwu tintiutitt unit (jcicmiant
Thla aummona la publli.he(l hy order of the
Honnrable 1iyal It. nlcarnH ludgc of the cir
cuit Court of tfteatiitc of Oregon fo." Multnomah
county, (fstetl Seplcmber'il, Ihii-j,
t:ii 11.5 Attorney for f lalntlff.
NOTICE KOlt fl'IIMCATION.
l.iid Olllce at Oregon City. Oregon,)
Hept lb, I
Nglc fa hereby given that the following
naini'd aettler haa file.l notice of hla intention
to make flintl proof In aupwirt of nla claim, mill
that aald jirool will lie niHtlc before the tteglater
and ftecctver of the II. H. J.utiil Olllce at Oregon
City, Oregon, an Novembers, IWi, vl?.:
oitviii it. trfioney,
Ifomeatend entry No. (Iraki, for the H. K. '4 of N. W.
Kami N. E. Uof H. W. Wnf H(.!W,T.4 H..K.ii H. He
miniea ttie foliowtng wltneaaea to prove hlKCnn-
land, viz: Jerrv Urns. C. N, Urklna. John I.ar-
kin and Irvln I.. Clarke, nil of' Clitrkca mint of
fice. Claekamaa county, Oregon,
8:23-10; J. T. Ari'KHsmr, Register.
I hereby give notice that I have filed In the
county court of Claekamaa onunly, Oregon, my
account and voucher for final aettlctnent a
admluiRtratrlx of the otate of Andrew Dob
hag, deceaed, and the court haa appointed
Monday, November 7th 1MM-2, a the day for ex
amination and actllcmciu of tlio same.
Dated Hept, It), lxKt
Annib Kino, Artm'x
W, C. Johnson Atty. -2S,lU-21
noticr or uuakhun'm ai.k,
Nolle U hereby given lhl the v.ndcrlitnii,
guardian u Hie pcraiiit ami eatat of Robert
eVt.iiee, miller, will, muter and by virtue
order mt the comity entirt tl Marion county,
Oregon, made and cili'iinl nl record en llm Silt
tlav el September, A l, lUJ, aell l public
amnion at III vaai itmir lit the county court
ho He tu the eliy el Oregon City, tti Clackautaw
county, lu the Hate l Oregon, on (tmuidav the
IMti day ( October, A. I, ImiJ. at It n'cl.a'k A
M ill unlit itny, iu the highcal bidder, lor lulled
state gold com. to ne paid hi (it time o aaie,
l,', I,,, nn,nin. oi in,, o iiiaillflio illi'ilil'
lau hi'lii nan .if Hi., ,li,.n..i, .il.li.i ,il
Ilolwn It rli'iine ami wile, eoiitalnlhii e aiie.
of laiut. morv or Iraa, alniaie In i Taokatnaa
eonnly.aiaUMit oioBou, i;. n, IIovsion,
lliiarvllau et llm iran anil eatale ol Knlwrt
SiiHitoe. a minor.
Hali.l lllla Svialir It, IWSJ, (II Ift III It
. . .
NtiTUK rolt I't'lil.U'AI'IKN.
I.ANU llrro'l HT Ohhiiok CiTV. (taanoN.i
Ana ae, IwrJ. I
Nollre I hert'liv nl vvii
thai urn lolliix hiat
naiui'tt ai'ltltir Un (tliitl lloUre ul It t an ItitelilUiii
1 1 make niml i.n ot i ti.M.ri i.t lo. ouiiii .au.l
ihatat.ul iir.Mil will tw ma.te Ih-loimlie H,iKiur
, ner.nt t nrriii.viii.. or.'.ni, ami John Small
; aii'l I'nvlil Hatch ot I'ouUn.l. I trraon
I a '- SO J I' Ai-i-aaiiM. Umlater.
KWK or' .vl'I'OINTMKS t of KNKi't nui,
Nmii i, -te) simii thai the un.li tiwmM
; !',!"' '"'"' :"T!'li ,V""!,,y !,'TV
. i lie kamaa i ouniv. ort'itfoii iiil aiMHiinit'il r v
Wiu.ir ot tun caiaie ol ..iraa II ,;. i
Alt iwr.mia nnn riaiinaaiainai
I'nlaU' arn )i r rt f,t to 'ri'"i'llt lliciti lii mi iooii
. ,.riv vnnrli-.l ai tin ottirn ol II K i r,.a in
: ": city. ,, aitliia ! ini'iuha ttm
i Kwilior" o'l 'iho'i'iiaie of An.'ii.'aa it.'iro'ie. !
It. K Caiiaa. Attoritpy lor Kataie.
AltMiNlslit lott s NiM lt'K,
tn tlie tininty rourt of the itate of Oregon for
the. futility of I'laofcamaa.
In the matter of theeaiate of iolin HetlwiMil, tie
Notlee la heret.v itlven thai Ihe tlti.terlirneit
haa, Iiy onler of Hie atuo e entllleil eourt. been
alolnle,t aUmlnt-tratur ol the eatateof aatil
; ileeeaae.l .all era,ilia tloblttia etalnia ataloM
Ihp eatate ol aal.t ,ln-eaai-,l are herrl.i nnllrt,-.t
lo ,rea,.nl th Miua verlfleil llloter oath, with :
the irt'H-r v.iiti-hera. to the itml,rla!ieit at no i
j Kaat f(halreet. I'ortlaml, lilui,im-ili eotiuty. !
; Oreai'tl. i.,t ,.:tiee aifilrea Mallotl A. fiirllalnl, '
tirt'it.'ii' uitlttn ai niotitlia from the itatp ,
i hereof j
1 iate. Sei(enltwr 7, t''J. t
J It. N oil ..o
i AilmltiUlrator of the ealale ol J. tin aellmaul.
I ileeeaae.l l ! j
J .SHUCK Kott I't HI h 'AlloN. !
! I all. I tim. e at OrevoiH lly i)reon j
! Ans l l"'.' I ;
! Ntli-n ta hereby atven thai the lollimltig.
tiame.1 aettlrr tla SU.I liotteeof hla litietitti.it
I t-i make filial lriaf In aupiw-rt ut hta eiauii. ali.t i
Itial aaol .nif will be tna.le tmifore the IteirMer j
; ami lieeetier ot l lie I', s lati.t ,.it:,-e at Oregon '
, t'llv. t'tegon. on tietolier .1. iwj vli 5
j Joeilt Itreett,
llomeatea.l entry So n.'ail. lor the X W '.of
Sie SM. K K lie nainea the l,.Ui.ln
I tt ttneaaea In rirove hla foutllnii.ua re.t.lelu e j
; tl.on an-t eillfiiatt.in ot aalil lali.t. kll llitant I
Smith, lieorite Cliliiitmrliant. tlranell linker'
ami Joaei'h It. liuailarmel. atl ol aprlliau aler 1
: I' li .titi-aoli J I Al l an., a
I " -. Keglaler.
.sum k nut frm ii'aiio.v
, laiol ofhie at firegoti City or-a.n. I
' Ana .'). fts l
' Notlee la hereby atvrti thai the fnllow Ing '
' llame.t aettter haa rtU-.t mlt'-e of Ilia ItOentlittl to
. mke rttial irial In aiiitort ot hta eUun. atnt
lliat aaltl .riif will lie tnaile liel-ite the llirtater i
' am! ;reitver of the I" S latol .irth-e al tireguu j
I I'll) , llrenon, on t et.. ber tl, laiei via. j
, Chalea Koabt'er
II. imialrait entry .So Witt, tor the N. W I, of
See ..!. T I , II I K He namea the folloialiig
wittteaaea lo rrove hla rotittniioiia reatilem-e ;
npoti atnt rnltlvatlon of aat.t latol ttmler See j
r.'l K , via feter tiabrlrl ami t'. ttatney. of .
CitrrlnavlUe. oreyon, amt John Small ami la j
vbt liateh, ot I'orlinml, Oretolt i
a m 1. T Arrcaanx, Keglaier j
; MirirK run I'riti.it Aiiii.N
laml ortlcu at UrrgonCitv, Oregon. I
Atlg JH. law. I
Nolle la hereliv given thai the following ,
nanie-1 aettler haa rltetl m.llee ol hla Inteiillnu lo
niake final proof In atipport of hla etalm. ami j
. thai aalil rtaf will be tnaite ttetore the Iteglalel '
! amt tleeelver of the I'. H laml tilttea at Oregon i
; I'll). Oregon, on lietitlar v lairi, vu
lloniexeatl entry No. i.ix, for the M of a W
, , .. eee a, I ft s , ll i R lie namea Ilia lo
, lowing wltneaaea I I prove hla r.uit I II I real-
letii-e ii miii ami rtilih ailon ot aabl laml vu
j Jamea r'arly. Jamea Mllalea I, lamea Nli'holaon
I ami sanoiel t-.ilemaii, all of wilholt f ti , tire
gull. S.JB-HJU J. 1. APiaaaoS, Keglater.
j ; : , ,
NOTI CK Tt) CKKDITOti.
.'tate of Mary I jirk, iteroaaetl.
Notice Ik hereby given by the nn'teraigiieil,
pxecntornf itir above nametl eaiate.to the "rvl-
Itora ami all peraoua havttig elaltna agalnal aabl
ilereaaril, lo tireaent the aametallh tlieproter
liiiicnera willllll aia moiiina irtnii iiie tiatn Ol
Ihla notice to the nnderalgnett at (heof11tiot H
Uncial on Main aircet, Oregon City, t'lackataaa
county, atate of Oregon. At.KiN Jt'nirit.
Kxeciitorof the laat will ami tealainctlt nf raid
.Mary l.ark, deceaaed.
Ilaleit thla l.lllt day of Sept MrJ U HMO H
N(JTt:K Jftill I'CIII.ICATUiN.
Land tifllce at Oregon city. Oregon,
Aug ), li.o. I
Notice la hereby given that the following
named aetiler haa filed notice of her Intention
to make nual proof In aupportof her claim, and
that aunt prool will l made tioforc Hie reglater
and receiver ol the U. S. tnttd ottlec at Oregon
City, Oregon, ou ortolan 14. law, via;
widow nf Hudolph T Armll, dcceaaeil, homo
atend No. tlU, for the N. K. ol See. Ai, T. 4 .,
It. tt K Hhe namea the follow Ing wllliraaea tu
prove hla and her noutluuoua realdwnce ttimu
and cultivation of aald laml under Hec. 'm, H
H.,vlk: feter tiabtlal ami C'. Walucy. of t'urrlna
vtlle, Oregon, and John Hmall ami bavld itntch
of I'ortlaml, Oregon J, T. Art'KHaoN,
g :'-::) Kcgiatcr.
notick row. rriii.ti ATioN.
Land tlltlco at Oregon City, Oregon, f
Hept. Ill, iMtix I
Notice la hereby given that the following
named pettier haa filed notice of hla Intention
to make Hur.l proof lu atipport of hia claim, and
that aald proof will be made before the reglaler
and rccolvcrjif the l ulled Stalea land utile at
Oregon City, Oregon, on November S, iwt, vl;
llotneateaif entry No linn, for thn H, K. t.'of
Hen. 4. T 8 M , It. .1 K. lie uamiia the follnwlug
wltiicaaca to prove hla contluuoua rcalilencti
upon and cultivation of aald land, vlr.: Wm
f. Itoberta and 8 K New of Handy poat ofllt e,
Oregun, Jamea W. Ilouglatm and Clinrlea Ca
aady, of KagleUrcck poal omen.
V;JX-IU:M j T. AffgrtttON, Rfgllltcr,
NOTICE TO IIHIIKiK III'll,tiKH,
Notice la hereby given, that sealed bid will
be received by ClHckatnita county at thcofllce
nf the county clerk of raid county up (o Oeto
ber ll, Hti, at one o'clock p. in , fur the oonatruc
tlnrt of a bridge and trcatle acroaa Hock creek
on the llybiud innd; auld brblgii and tieatle to
be about 21,0 feci long; the main pnuto bnabntit,
40 lent long; about lull feet nf thelrealllng to bo
on the left bank and the reat on tint right bank.
Halt! bridge and Ircatle to be bulk on a level of
about eight feet from the top of left hunk.
mag-ram. plan and apeclflmitloin to be fur
nlahcd by bidder. A ncpoNlf of five per cent of
amount of lib! required. The county ruaervua
the right to reject any and all bid.
tiKo. r, HotiToN, County Clerk,
NOTICK FOR I'ttllUCATfON.
Land Ottlce at Oregon City, Oregon I
Notice I hereby given that the following
named setllcr ha filed notice of hla Intention
tu make final nroof in upportof hi claim, at d
that aald proof will bo mado before tlio Kcgiatcr
and Roccivernf the It. H. Land office at Oregon
City, Oregon, on November 4, lnt, via:
Homeatnad entry 7074. for the W. U of N. E V..
"'.h ,W;, H"''' T' 2 ' K. if
name thA following wltnuHac to prove hi oou
ttnuou roaldonce upon aud cultivation of aald
land, viz: John Rentier, H. I) Coleman, Rudolf
Oantenbnlii. and (iotllob , nil of Handy
I",'.L!",1.0?' 0r"f"u- J.T.An-K0N,
FtlthT tMlNllltKtl ATION At. (' H t'Mf H. M
0. W, Lima, faalnr. Hervleet at II a, M. ami
? ml r a, Sunday rlchool alter morning er
vi on flayer meeting VYedneaitay evening at
T ,m u.i'l.n-k f rayer meeting ot Young fetipl,
Hoolely nl ClirUllati Kmleavor every MuHilajf
tvaiium at D du iriit.
rntsr iiAft trti' t'iti'itrii.-Hav. uh.n
t'taaan l'aior Muriiliin Km vle al II Muiutay
i s, H2. ?SS ? S
! t " W.
Mi'IiiuiI at I J la; K v on l iim Mvrvlee ml; lli'nlr
' ,,.,Mi i,...n..il..,. .11
enrnlal llivllallnll In all.
I HV lOtlNH flll'Hl'H. t'AI'lltillO-ltav, A.
! Itn.t Ksaaan, t'aa:nr. On Hntiitay maaa al a aint
te;aiA. w Kvury aeeotul attil (ourih attiolay
; liorman aerniuH almr ilia u'elmk maaa
At all other maaaoa K'nitllati aorinona. ann.lay
Si liool at 1 Nit P. at. Vvaiiera. aiolo.al
aulijiH'ia, ami Hetif itleilun at T'W . a,
I MKiHttl'lHr KI'IMiufAI. 'lllHl'll.-lli
! Ki ilinaaa, I'aaior. Mortilnt aurvleo at IU
smiitav Helnuil nl vi Ifi; Kvi-nlha anrvlee ai7 ml.
imortlt laaut mt'fitiia' Humtny tivinlny at
d I'rayitr MiiUna ttinrailay ventng al 6 no,
alranniira eurillally In v Hint.
ft It HT I'HKHIVTICItUN I'llfltrtl ltV. II.
W. oinoaav, I'aaior, Mnrvleva al II a. at ami
7 ,W ! u. Hahlialll H, -IihuI al In A at. Vmiiia
l'vonlti a S.nilt'ty o I'lirtattnn Kltili'avor nircila
every Hmijay evening al a m VVcitoea-lny
j evunlnn rayir inieilni al t llu, rlnala true.
I KVAMl;i ICAI rllt'ill'll -IIKKMAN - At'il.
i Kttsar, t'ator I'ri'ai'lting aor v irna ini'ry altrr
i tialn Hiimlayal It A M ami tm I' SI.
I aaliliaiti anl.nol vvry rininlay at 10 A M i lotm
lUrrniiuttfur. Sn,i i U..,-kl) I'rayer Meellua
i evury Vislui'itay evening
IMIKH liHKIIUitN l lll'lti'll lli-v I' ll
.VYlU.IAOa liantor Sorvtipa tll-l ami lllllil sun-
ilav imiriiliitfa ali.t llin iriri.1liii! aalnr'tay
t ntk'hl in caiii nionili at uti-auu i iiy. at II a in
. am! ? i m . aail llip flrat Suiiilay atlirmmn ut
i nai'tl ttionili al r-'alU Vlrw,
iHK.iH.N I'll V lltlAIUI UK TM.Ir:
Meelaat I'oitlt llotlae on Heeoml ll.. Inlay In
eai'll niulitll. latl.oa Hetrome
r"K . tMi.s.M.liMtiN. IIAHV KV K I'ltinm,
1 heeretary. f reat'leut.
I'AMlV tlllAlill or I It Utf.
Meela al Kntghla Hall, Catiby, ml Dial amt
Itilr.l frlttay of eat tt imtniti laltoiaaeU-oum.
S, J, li taalaoK, He,'. M m K amiit. I'tea,
Ut I.I.SOM.UI l.ttt'iiK. Nil. I, A. r A M.
Il.ibla lla rennlar eiimiilMttleallotia on ttrat
an.t thltil Salnntai a ,i eai hiu.nilhalj.ulr .
Mrethren IttgtxMt atamttua are tnvlle'l lo atteml,
S r Aff Sllaii.s. IV. M,
T. K. liVAS.Meerelary.
HKrutlN I .OlHiK, .So. , I. tl, II. r.
Meeia every t'linra.tay even ..a al 7 iteu'el.Hk
r X III the Oil.l Kellowa Hall. Main atreet.
Miotibera ot the itr.terare intteil lu altetnl
It) onler ol W A Mnliri.in. N ti
thoa, tilan, KetireUty.
I II.H .M'AMt'SKM. No t. I tl o. K
Meeta (trat an.) ttllrit 1'iO'a.lai a of eaeh moiittt,
at H.I I I'ell.inra hall M, nilera ami vlalO'ig
ia!rlar. ha, eor-tUit till Iteil to attemt
t. It Jaaaav. i W o l 'oanati.,
settbe. I'htvt I'airtareh.
n Kilo l.tit.tiK. No M, I, H. o, f
Meela at tl.l t Fetltitt'a hall. Ilaeii, every
aaltiotav evening. Vlattlug Itrelltien lltailu
aeb ome li I'ltilfwr l, ,S. tj
J f lttaiv,See
itr.AttK I'tn-r, No ii k M I'Kf AIU MKNT
Meeta Aral Moti.lay of earli month, al K of
f . Hall. Oregon I tty, Vlaltlng Comrailea itiatle-aeli-onie,
rill. MAN I'vliKKIt Commamlrr.
UKN. i IttitiK I'okI'. No, '.v li AH. Im an-
llirlit ot tltegntl
Meela In aehool hmiae al Neeity ml flrat Hal
nfilay tu eaeh month at J o rtoea i m. All
eomta. lea matte eli-om jAioaaeian a
J. KAaratiRa. AI. t oniniamter.
flti IKON l.titn.K Nil us, A o ('. tt,
Melaever Tlinra.tay eil'titli al Ittbl felltiwa
hall, Oaarego, Vlaitlng bielhiell aiaraya ae.
pome i. l I'ANrnRt.l.
II Srail aa, Iteeor.ter M W.
M JI.AI.A MllMIK. No 111. A 0 t. W
Meeta aeaiomt atl foiirtll Halitritay tn eaeb
month, al Atlanta hall. Vlaitiug tnemla-ra ma-le
welrotne tt. W, KnaMINa, M la,
N M. M.ioiiv. See,
TI'AI.IIIN OKANilK, Nl). III. f. of II.
Meela laat tfatnrilay ot each month at lhair
, hall In WllatinvlUe. II. II. Ilaarv,
Mtaa Hk-ia Mitaar. see'jf Uaaier.
WAIINKH IIIIA.NUK, No, 117. f. of II.
Meet fourth Sattinlay of earn month, at thatp
I hall lu New Kra. t' '. willlatna. Maater
Mlaa .Maggla llr iwn, aee'y
, TrK VUVVM tlllANtiK, No W, f, nf ll.
I Meela at their halt In Mar.iitam. aeeontl Hat.
i I" "'"'" moltlli at lu a. m. Vlalllna-
i taeinl.eraalwaya weleonie.
I - ' . J. n. ei III I R,
Mtll.Al.l.A t.ltANKK NO. 4U, f, of II,
Meeta at their hall atwrlght'a llrldge ou thee
aeeeud Nalurday of each lamith at ID . Ul.
fellow ntemtarra matte welcome.
Hai'SgM WaiuiiT, Maater.
N II. I'ahnai.l, Hee.
tIAVKI, I.OIM1K, Nl). M, A O. f, W
Meeta aecond aud tlilril Hatunlay evening at
Knight at hall. Cauby. Vlatllug bruiher tuadar
W H Datum., O I., lu mow
t l.,( KAMAH 1.OII0K, No. M, A 0. V W.
Meet Ural and third Monday tn each month,
at straight a Hall Vlaitlng breiherti welcome.
II. S. Oiaaim, 1 p. JoNga.
IteO. M. W.
KAI.I.S CITY I.OIKIK OK A. ) P. W,
Meet every aecond and fi.urth Friday even-
f of each month lu odd Fellowa' bnlbllug.
aojoiirutiig hretliren coitllally Inviied to at
tend. F. T. DAHI.OW, M. W.
oii C'Aurr. Kecorder.
ACIIII.I.K.rt l.tlllOK, NO. US, K OF f.
Meeta every Friday night at the K, of f , hall.
Vlaitlng Kulgltta llivlluil
la A At' At K XHM A N, ( C.
J. K lliiointa, K of it. and R.
HT. JllltN'H ItltANCII, NO. 1117, C. K. nf A.
Meela every Tucaday evening at their hall
corner Mtitu amt Tenth Hlreeta, ttrcgon t:ity.
Marr. jt ariN, Htra y. T. w. Hi lliv an, iW
NKW Kit A W.C T. U.
Meet flrat Saturday In each mouth at lltefr
hall In New Kra. Friend ol the cauao are In
vited to be pr ut. Mna. Cask Joiinbun.
Mil. EaalMAN. frualdeut,
CANRY L01KIK, NO fl4, 1 0. 0. T.
Meet flrt and third Hnturday evening at
Knlglit'lhall Cauby. Vlaitlng memlicra uliniy
mndo welcome. it, C. Uii.mokk, W, V. T,
M ti l a mi l,gn, Dee
MltAllK rlEMBr' !(mf, No. 1A. frF.FAKT-'
MKNT OF Oltfcll.
Mr. M. M. Cliarmatti IVcal.lcni
Mr. F. L. INich ratio, - . Trnaanrer,
Mra. J. H. Harding, . a SccrelHI-r,
Meet ou flrat and third Friday of each
month lu K. of f, Hall. Member of corps
from abroad, cordially welcomed.
COLUMHIA HOOK AND LAPPER CO,
Mom flrat Friday of tch m,, i
Foun i nln engine hotiae, CIIA. ATltgy, prr.
... :.. '':"w' H""'y' jJtu iiim,'rtri
FOUNTAIN IIOHH CO., No I '
Hegnlar meeting, gecrmtl Wcilnc,bty fr, each
monlh at engine houac eaat aide Main tr t
between Heventh ad Klghth.
I Ackkkm an, Hcrt'y. Lani OArtntn, prea-
f.b. Nkwton. Foreman.
CATARACT HOHK C'O. No. 2
ar't."""!'""',1 '' """'hiyof each month at Cat
aract hnglite hotiae. W. II. llnwar.n p.
Ji. II. llKarow, Heo'y . J, WO'Connkiii,, Vy,
n HONH OF VKTKUa"n8.
K. I). linker Camp, No. IH, meet etofv ftrai
sua third Thnrday evening XVJ mnSdi
VVAiti.lt, Lawtoh latLlout,
'. F, IIucki.r. 'id Limit
F COMPAN Y, FIRHT KKOlMKNT, O. M. (J.
Armory, 'I bird aud Main. Regular drill night
J. W. flannng,
M) Kelley, -L.