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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
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AND WASCO COUNTY.
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JAN. 25, 1894
FREE WOOL CERTAIN.
A Washington correspondent of the
American "Wool and Cotton Reporter
The result of my inquiries among
members of congress and otherB, inclad
ing a lengthy interview with Mr. Wil
son, is that either free wool or a consid
erable reduction of wool duties is certain
to be made before the present congress
terminates its existence. The demo
cratic majority in the lower house is so
great that even with the gain of a few
votes by the friends of protection, the
Wilson bill is sure to pass that branch
in nearly its present form. If the bill
does not pass the senate, I have the
best of authority for stating that Mr.
Wilson will put the wool and woolen
schedules into a bill by themselves and
promote the passage of such a measure
through congress. A bill providing for
free wool and reduced duties upon
woolens, withont the attachments of
free coal, lumber, ores and other items
which combine local antagonism against
the Wilson bill, is said to have every
assurance of becoming a law if the last
named measure fails. Mr.- Wilson and
other friends of the administration as
sert that the success of their party was
achieved upon a promise of free wool,
and that (inch a promise was the central
feature of President Cleveland's first
celebrated tariff reform message, and
there is an evident determination of the
party leaders to sacrifice all other fea
tures of the present meaeure to the sin
gle issue of free wool if necessary. .
The republicans will make a mistake
if they vote for the recommitment of
the Wilson bill. If recommitted, it may
be made less odious. The thing to do is
to withdraw all opposition and allow the
bill as it now stands to go op to the
senate. If anything can beat the meas
ure it will be southern revolt against
free coal, free iron, free lumber, free
- wool and particularly free sugar. It
now carries all these weights. If re
turned to the committee it may be re
turned with a lighter burden. Make it
radical and send it to the senate. Give
the doctor an overdose of his own drastic
boluses. Spokane Review.
In truth, says the Spokane Review,
the administration's policy has been one
- of shameful double-dealing and decep- ;
tion. Its accredited minister went to
Honolulu with honeyed words upon his
tongue and with a stilletto concealed
beneath his cloak. Then he entered in-
. , to close conference with a deposed queen,
and while this was transpiring on the
islands, the administration declared its
purpose of restoring Lilioukalani, with-
out defining the limits of its methods.
Such double-dealing would never have
been practiced against a strong govern
ment, no matter how recent its setting
up, or whatever the circumstances of its
creation. A stronger government would
have promptly resented the treachery,
warned the American minister to cease
- Ms conference with the enemies of the
government to which he was accredited,
and if he ignored the warning would
have given him his passports and bundled
him out ot the country. But the Ha-
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rights, and was compelled to swallow
the indignity and content itself with a
mild protest and a justifiable request for
a frank statement. When retreats are
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has been appointed by the- County Court of
Wasco County, Oregon, guardian of the person
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Bv virtue of an execution and order of sale
issued out of tne circuit court of the State of
OrPFfin for Whhoo fmntT. nnnn a rip.iv. nnti
judgment made, rendered and entered by said
v;ouri on me zna aay oi jNOvemoer, mys, in
favor of plaintiff', in a suit wherein The Amer
ican Mortgage Company of Scotland. Limited.
a corporation, was plaintiff, and George F. Ar
nold, Klzzie A. Arnold and O. D. Taylor were
aeienaanrs, ana w me airectea una aeiiverea,
commanding me to lew unon and sell all the
lands mentioned and described in said writ, and
nereinaiier aescnoea. aia on tne Ktn oav nt
January, 1891, duly levv npon, and will sell at
vuuuu buvuuu u-iue niguegfc Dmuer, ior casn in
nana, on cacuraay, ...
the lOth day of February, 1894,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said dav.-at the
front door of the County Court House in Dalles
City, in Wasco County, Oregon, all of the lands
ana premises aescnoea in saia writ, ana herein
aescnoea as ioiiowb, io-wic:
me southeast Quarter of tne southwest Quar
ter, and the southwest Quarter of the southwest
quarter of Section one (1), and the southwest
quarter of the southeast quarter of Section two
izj, in lownsnip one li) eouin, oi itange twelve
(12) East, of the Willamette Meridian, contain-
in one hundred and twenty (120) acres of land,
all of said premises situated, lying and being in
Wasco County; State of Oregon,
Or so much thereof is shall be sufficient to sat
isfy the sum of 384.54. with interest thereon at
tne rate or lu per cent, per annum since Novem
ber 24th, 1893, $50.00 attorney's fee, and ?21.G5
costs in said suit, together with costs of said
writ ana accruing costs oi sale.
i . A. WABD,
Sheriff" of Wasco County, Oregon.
Dated at Dalles City, January 11th, 1894.
. - 4anl3w5t
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
ior me county oi nasco.
Maximilian Vogt and Fhllipine Chapman,
" vs. '
Augustus Bunnell and John B. Foster and
iavia BODertson, partners ao ng dusi
ness as foster & Robertson, and Sirs. D.
To Augustus Bunnell and Mrs. D. E. Price, of
tne above-named defendants:
In the name of the State of Oregon : You and
each of you are hereby notified and required to
appear and answer the complaint of plaintiffs
filed herein against vou in the above entitled
cause and Court on or before the first day of the
next regular term oi me vircuic uourc or tne
State of Oregon for Wasco county, next follow
ing the final publication of this summons, to
wn: on or Deiore juonaay, tne im aay oi eo
ruary. 1893. and if vou fail so to answer, for want
thereof the plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief prayed for In their complaint, to-wit;
For a decree of foreclosure of that certain
mortgnge deed mode and executed by the de
fendant. Augustus Bunnell, to the above named
f lain tiffs on the 19th day of October, 1888, upon
he following descrited real estate, Bituated in
Wasco countv. OreeoD. to-wit: The south half
of those certain lots commonly known as the
Bicuei lots in irevitts Addition to uaiies city
on the road from said city to the U. S. Garrison
as formerlv traveled, and beins the same rtmiv
erty conveyed by Griffith E. Williams and wife
to said Augustus Bunnell by deed duly recorded
at page 853 Book "E" of Deed Records for Wasco
county, Oregon, and particularly bounded and
described as follows, to-wit; Commencing on
the east line of Liberty street at a point on said
line 1T0 feet southerly from the t-outh line of
Fourth street at a point on said south line where
the same is intersected bv said east line of Lib
erty street; thence southerly and along said east
line ot uoeriy street bu leet; tnence easterly ana
at rieht aneles with said first line 104 feet:
thence northerly and parallel with said east line
of Liberty street 60 feet; thence westerly to the
place oi Beginning, saia premises oeing in diock
'D" of Trevitt's Addition to Dalles City; and
that Bald premises be sold under such foreclos
ure decree in the manner provided bv law and
according to the practice of this Court; that
from the proeeeds of such sale the plaintiffs
haveand receive the sum of 1,000.00 and inter
est tnSreon since October 19th, 1888, at the rate
of 8 per cent per annum, less payments made
npon saia notes as toiiows: fsu.uu paia Maren
10th. 1890; 1120.00 paid February 25th, 1891.
120.00 paid December 21st, 1891; 83.36
?aid January 2d, 1S92, and $16.64 paid October
th, 1892; and the further sum of 100.00 as a
reasonable su n for attorneys' lees in this suit to
foreclose saia mortgage ana collect saia note,
and the further sum of $13.75 insurance prem
ium upon the buildings upon said premises paid
by these plaintiffs, and $4-00 taxes upon said
premises which have been paid by plaintiffs, to
gether with all costs and disbursements made
and expended in this suit, and that if any de
ficiency shall remain' after all of the proceeds
properly appiicaoie uiereto snail nave Deen ap
nlied in tavments of plaintiffs' demands as
aforesaid, that plaintiffs have a judgment over
against the defendant, Augustus Bunnell, for
any such deficiency; and that upon such fore
closure sale all of the right, title, interest and
claim of said defendants and each and all of
them, and all other persons claiming or to claim
bv. through or under them or either of them, in
and to said mortgaged premises and every part
mereox, oe xorever Darreu ana ioreciosea rrom
the equity of redemption ; that plaintiffs be al
lowed to bid at said foreclosure sale and become
the purchasers thereof at their option, and that
upon such sale the purchaser be let into the im
mediate possession, thereof, and for such other
ana turtner reuei as to tne uourt may seem eq
uitable and lust. -
This summons is served upon you, the Bald
Augustus Bunnell and Mrs. D. E. Price, bypub
licatlon thereof, bv order of Honorable W . L.
Bradshaw, Judge of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for Wasco County, which order
was duly made and entered at Chambers on the
z?tn aay oi DecemDer. ir3.
DUFUR & MENEFEE,
d30w7t . Attorneys for plaintiffs,
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The Gate City of the Inland Empire is situated at the head
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The Largest Wool Market.
The rich - grazing country along the eastern slope of the Cas-.r
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The Dalles is the largest' original wool shipping point in
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- ITS "PRODUCTS.
The salmon fisheries are the finest on the Columbia, yielding
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: ITS WEALTH.
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Its situation is unsurpassed. : Its climate delightful. Its pos
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