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About The Dalles times-mountaineer. (The Dalles, Or.) 1882-1904 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1889)
- CIBBK3KT P3ETBV.
THE TIME TO CHANGE.
This is the time of year
When men in a spirit frisky,
Drop out of drinking beer,
And drop into drinking whiskey.
'TIS VERY SAD.
We note our neighbor's failings and we sigh
And hopejhat he'll be wiser by and by.
"yur neighbors study us and says 'tis sad -To
see how we are going to the bad.
TIS GETTING COOLER.
The colder days of fall are here,
And patrons now no mere compete
In lively running races for
The ojen grip-car's foremost seat
But now they seek the winter coach,
As once for open cars they strove,
The seat for which they'll soon contend
Is that one nearest to the stove.
AN EMPT f SMELL
Don't work for popular ado
Or fickle praise, because
There's naught so empty when it comes
As posthumous applause.
For when you die you may exject
The common meed of fame;
The thing you did was "so and so"
And you were "what's his name."
: THAT nAT.
When walking down the busy street,
With new and glossy tile,
You fancy every one you meet
Admires your stunning style.
But how it makes you want a shroud, .
When suddenly and pat
There comes an exlamation loud,
' didn't speak as she passed tie.
She looked very sweet.
In a tailor made dress,
And a hat that matched the gown.
We flirted a little
I must confess,
Nor did she kill me by a fiown.
But that very night,
Ah! sad to tell,
I gave up my hope with a sigh.
She was a waiter girl
At the big hotel,
And she helped me to the pie.
A pretty girl,
A summer's night,
.- " .- Impassioned f;!low,
A gentle word,
. . A solemn vow,
And all is well, oh.
A lother night,
Th is far, 'tis well, oh!
But if we took
. .. Another fellow.
TV ha' TiifyWooil dj ir Inry Were
Robert J. Eurdeite.
What would I do if I were a women?
I wouldn't try to be a man. Cat that
- out and paste it on year lookiag -glass,
daughter, and it will bean ormmeLt of
grace unto thy head and chains about thy
neck many times a da;.
I wouldn't shudder and groan every
time the name of the Monster was men
tioned, bnt I would studiously avoid ac
" quiring the lightest of his many accom
. plishmenta and the best of his manifold
I woul l never learn to lay a fire, in
- range or tireplaca. Every time I touched
a fire, summer or winter, I would put it
dead out. Then I'd never be expected to
The first loaf of bread I l-aked I would
let drop on the dog and kill him. Then
I'd never ba asked to bake bread ag&iu,
and I'd get a new dog. j
When I descended into the laundry, I
would manage to bring out all the fancy
flaunels white as ghosts, and all the wLite
skirts as blue as the skies of June. Then
I'd never he asked to assist at the wash
I would pinch every baby that was
- given me to bold, blank and blue in half
a dozen places before it could catch its
, breath euoagh to shriek, and I would
frighten the life or tease the temper out
of anybody's children whom I was asked
to amuse. Then I'd never be troubled
with other people's young ones, and no
body would ever ask me to teach the in
fant class while the tired teacher took a
If I had to sit on the front seat when
asked to drive, I would carry a large sun
umbrella and conge the driver's eves out
. and run the team into a fence corner the
first mile out. Then I'd get the back
' seat on the shady ide every time after
ward. I would always sit sideways in a street
car. Then I would have plenty of room.
I would wear a carriage dress in the
street car if I had no other place' to show
, I would smash something choice and
expensive every time I swept a room or
dusted a parlor. Then I'd never be asked
to do such work.
In church I would never rise during
the singing and never kneel during the
prayers. Then people would notice me
and say, "Who is that pretty girl with
such lovely eyes?"
At the theater I would wear the big
gest hat obtainable.
At cricket and lawn-tennis matches I
would sit in the front row and raise my
I would cultivate such charming help
lessness, such hopeless innocence, such
. pretty childish ignorance, such fascina
ting dependence, such dainty baby ways
that people would say, "Oh, we must take
care of her she dosn't understand these
'things." Then all my life long I would
be pc'ted and coddled and fondled and
cared for in a thousand ways, where
more independent women have to '-hustle"
That is, drughter, if other women
would care for such a sweet little bit ol
helplessness. Maybe they would. You
know better than I do how women re
gard that sort of a womun.
But, you. can gamble your piece of
mind, your love of case and all your en
joymeLts or lite that the Monster Man
wouldn't torment the solitude of such a
women with hia presence longer than a
day or two, SDd she would thus be soared
one of the greatest annoyances to which
mankind is subjected.
A. Woman Cat.
" The "Woman Cat'" La Femme-chat
who ban just escaped from the SaUf tt
liere Hospital, iorms a frtquent topic of
sensational tuik and conjecture just now.
It appears that last week, a good-looking
and apparently healthy girl of fifteen,
was taken to the hospital by her friends.
She was examined by Dr. Fannaud. and
while he was looking' at her eyes, she
suddenly went on all fours, her lenturef
became distorted, her eyes glared, and
imitating the mewing of a cat. sheen
deavored to bite the persons who were
standing near her. After having acted
for several months in this manner, the
patient began to lick her bands, and then
gradually returned to her senses. When
under examination by -Dr. Charcot, the
sir! had another attack of her malady,
f .J'ich is called galeanthropie hystcrique.
and she bit the eminent surgeon severely
in the leg. Dr. Charcot, had hopes ct
. eurinz the patient, but she suddenly dis
appeared from the Saltpetriere, and is
now wanaering m mru imuugu tuns
A Test For Tea. r
A Russian analyst gives the following
as a test by which tea can be proved to
be genuine or not: Take a pinch of tea
in a glass, pour npon it a little cold water
and shake it up well. Ture t a will only
lightly color the water, while a strong
infusion is quickly got from the adul
teiated or painted leaf. Now boil both
sorts separately, and let them Etand
till cool, and the difference between them
will be most marked. The false tea will
become still stronger after a long stand
in", but will remain transparent, wheie
as'pure tea will become muddy or milky.
1 his last appearance arises fiom the tan
r.ic acid, which is a natural property in
-1 ure tea, but which in ai tificial tea it en
tirely absent. -
C3E ICE-W FKISE STOB7
Is W.JPrly sought Tor, roa'J with rlranre or
nipointinent, is then tosmd asiilu and forgot
ten. But liulK-s who read of lir. Pierce's Fa
vorite Proscription, read it agniu, for thoy dis
cover in it something to prize a messrajjer of
joy to those suffering- from functioi:itll"ranro
iiients or from any of the painful Ui'iorders or
weaknesses peoulhir to their fct'i. Periodical
mills, internal inflammation and ulceration,
eucorrhea and kindred ailments readily yield
to its wonderful curative and heulin? powers.
It is the only mcdiciuo for women, sold ly
drujrrisu, under a positivo gr.aranteo
from the manufacturers, that it wui pivo satis
faction in every cn&u or money will bo re
funded. This guarantee lias been printed on
the bottle-wrappers, nnd faithfully carried out
for many roars. J1.00 by druggists, or lxx
bottles tor $o.C0.
Copyright, 1SS8, by World's dis. JIzd. ass's.
ACiTPff'.? S PiEHCE'S
l n W r-. ri i ffrs
Tjnequalcd as a Liver Pill. Smallest,
cheapest, easiest to Uikfc. Oiio Pellet a
Hose. linos not grripe. Cures &ilc IJsrd
nelis, Uilioos Heaslnrhc, Coi!i;wi
ticu, Indieestlon, lUliona AltscUs,
and ail derangements of tho stomach and
bowels. Put up in glass vials, hermetically
Eeuted. Always fresh and reliable. Geiniy
laxative, or an activa cathartic, neeoriiinj
U) tiz3 ox doea. 2a oeuig, by drufctfisto.
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1S7S
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laxd Offic at Tub Dallfs, Or.,
October 14, 1SS9.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions of the art ft conifress of June 3. liiTS, cn-
iileit "An act for the sale of timber lands in the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Wuaiiing
Abraham V. Iibrcw,
Of Hood River, County of Wasco, State of Oregon,
has this day filed in this office his sworn statement
No. St. for the mirchase of the E ,i of the &fc 14
nnd M w f of the SK t ol sec is, Lin, it tu c, anu
wi 1 offer nroof to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural
putposcB, and to establish his claim to aid land be
fore the reiristcr and receiver o this office at The
I 'alles, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 24th day of Decom-
He numes as witnsef :
Albert B. Joiies. Audubon Winans, Vilson It. Wi
nans, Elmer E. (iriltiu, all of ilend River, Orciron.
Anv and all persons claim nif adversely the abuve'
described iauiLi are reiuts ed t) fiie tin ii claims in
this oinee on or before the said 24th day of ieccin-
F. A. MCDONALD. Keakter.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lass Officii at Tin Dallks, Or.,
October 3, 1SS9.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settlor has filed notice of his intention to commute
and make final proof in 6upP0rt of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Register and
Receiver at The tiaiies, ur., on Aovcmoer z.-, lobtf.
Hd 2636, for the SW 14 Sec 4, T 3 S, R 14 K.
He ntmes the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said
WillarJ Wright, of Nansene, Or.. Lafayette Davis,
Ezra Hcnwu, Jr'ruhk Graves, of Kinkier, Or.
oc!9 F. A. AlcUONALD, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Okfici at Tub Dalles, Oiikoon,
October 7, 1SS9.
Notice is hereby aiven that the following named
settler has filed notice ct his intention to make filial
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before the register and receiver at The
Dalles, Oregon, on November 25, 1889, viz:
William II. Aenbenelc.
D S 5884, for the bW Sec li, T 3 S, E 13 E, W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residcuce upou and cultivation of said land,
Hugh Gourlay, Walter Henderson, Thomas F.
Morris, Robert Kelley, all of Kinirs'ey, Or.
F. A. ilcDONALD, Uepster.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lasd Offick at Tub Daubs, Oa.,
Octobci ltl, 18S9.
Notice is hereby given that ths followini; named
settler has filed uotice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said proof
will on made before the register and receiver at The
Dalles, Oregon, on December 14, 1SH9, viz:
Hd 3317, for the lots 2 and 3 and SW y of NE U
and SE M of N W Ji , See 20, T 2 N, R 12 13, W M.
Ho names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residcuce upou aud cultivation of Baid
Robert Densmore, John Hiler, of Mosier, Or., and
Ernest Frederick, Daniel Thomns. of The Dalles, Or.
oct!9 F. A. llcDONALD, Retster.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lakb Offick at Thk Dalles, Oe.,
October 16, 1S89.
Notic9 is hereby eiven that the following named
settler has filed notice of hU intention to make
final pnof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will he made before the register and receiver
of the U. S. land office at The Dalles, Or,, on Novem
ber 27, 1889, viz:
John F. Boot,
Hd 1251, for the SE !4 of the SiV A, W yt of tie N
W and NW of the SWJ, See S, T 1 S, U 13 E.
He names the following witnesses to prove bis
t ontinuous residence upon aud cultivation of said
G Joseph Means, A. B. Mott, A. J. Grubb, Thomas
ray, all of The Dalles, Or.
octlO F. A. MCDONALD. Register.
TIMBER CULTURE, FINAL PROOF
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Offick. Tns Dalles, Or.,
October 21, 1889.
Notice is hereby given that
William F. Kclin
Has filed notice of his intention to make final proof
before Ririster and Receiver U.S. Land Office at their
ofBca in The Ddles, Oregon, on Monday, the 9th day
of D eember, 1889, on timber culture ar plication
No. 406, for Lots 1 asd 2 and the SE i of the NE 1
of Se 4, T S S, K 14 E.
H names as witnesses
W. T.vWrigtt, Jame W. Moore, Polk Butler and
G. T. Kelle , all of Nansene, Wasco county, Oretton.
or26 F. A. McDONALD, Register.
By virtue of an execution issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of the State c-f Oregon for Wasco County
in an action entitled Geo. AVatkinu vs. Sterling
Stajfffs and to me ilirccted and delivered, 1 did on
the 25th day of October, 1889, levy upon and will
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, fur
cash in hand, on Saturday, the 7th day of December,
1889, at 1 o clock p. m. of said day, at the Court
House door in Dalles City, in Wasco county, Oie
aron, the folKwinsr described property, to wit: MX
of the runt, title and interest of tho said Ster)injr
Starrs of, in or to Lot 10, in Block 8, in liigelow's
addition to Dalles City, Wasco Co,Orcon,or bo much
thereof as shall be sufficient to satiny the sum of
$3G.OO with interest thereon at the rute of S per
cent, from Sept. 1(J, A "D. 18&9.
' Taken and levied upon as the property of Sterling
Stass to satisfy eaid sum of $36.00 and interest I
jn Af r u'.ii,;.,, 4 ..nikn. i u 1
costs and accruing co.-ta. GEORGE II EB BERT,
Sheriff of Wasco County, Oregon.
DaUd at Dalles City. Or , Oct. 25, 13&9.
I have endeavored to personally see the owners of
city property, in ordtr that I miAjht make au intel
ligent and equitabp assessment. In many case I
have failed to find tlte parties at home. Believing
that mv duty in the premises has been fully done,
an 1 finding my lanreeto- k of patience at a very low
ebb, I oiHci:illy request all those whom I hive not
seen, to eali uion uie at my rtflce a b-on us practi
cable. HUGH GOUKLY,
Changre of School Dooks.
2?olice to Whom'it May Concern.'.
The new series of school books adopted l.y the last
lecrf-rtature are now received. Thej' can be found at
I, C. Niekeltsen'R dch k store, ar d will be exchanged
irrati for the old lmoks, except the arill.metica, on
which a little ducount is charged.
aulOtd A. C. CONNELLY,
SupL of Common Schools for Wasco County.
The firm of Biakely h C'ark lirs this day dissolved
bv inutu U consent. The business witl be continued
ut the old stand under the firm name ai;d style of
i.i&Keiv nounton. tne iatu.r ntiinet intiuuiau
having purc-haud the interest of Mr. Clark, who re-
vires from the tirm. All bills aud accounts due the
late firm are payable to tho firm of B'akety &
Houglitm. . Oct. 11,1&9.
Board of Equalization.
. The Board of Eqiiatizat.'tn for Wasco county wi'l
meet 11 tnc t cu-t House 111 Jailes City Octooer 2s,
ana win contmuj in session one weeK.
H GOUKLAY Assessor.
THOMPSCH & FARGHER.
Near Mint building, Second St.
Horse-Shojinp; and General Jobbing
Prices reasonable aud to suit the times.
Tygh Valley Mercnant and Exchancg
Flour Canal t the Best. 3IU1 Feed
Alw.13 8 on Hani.
sp21 W. M. McCOKKLE, Prop.
Scattered nerres, tired
train, lmpnro blood,
debilitated system, all
are the natural out
come In the Spring. A
medicine must be used,
nnd nothing equals
Palne'a Celery Com
pound. "We let others
praise us you cannot
help believing a disin
Briindler-Oeneral YT. L. Greenleaf, Burllns-
ton. VU, writes: "I nave used i-aines (.eiery
Compound on several occasions, and always
with benefit. Last spring, belntc very much run
down and debilitated, I commenced taking It,
Two bottles made uie feci like a new man. As
a general tonic and spring medicine 1 do not
know ol its equal."
Color Anything my Color. ,t c, fioy Tn
I J teSjiiSgpip TO MAKH
!f 'Jll fM&Sp' ii SiffeAsk your Grocer for
m fTCO GRAND I
FISH & BAM
113 WASHINGTON STREET.
San f f&meigso Iser Hall
SECOND STREET BETWEEN UNION AND COUKT.
-:-Columbia Brewery Beer,:-:
jisr Foil ssyVLi:
ALL KINDS OF BOTTLED BEER.
Also, tlie very best Imported
The One Price
. ! 1 icvii-Mi irv
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c.
Agent for fcs Eutterick Patterns, also forths Hall Bazaar Cress Forms,
STS A A
The TJndersigned has Added
Bar! and Sosewood Caskets,
Burial Eobes and Sbronds. Trimmings
and owls the 31 est lilegaxxt f Eearse cus-t of lite caonntains with all tho
NO BEX AT IN TILLING ORDERS.
Plao of BDHineKM. Thinl street, three doors
house, and adjoining his Plaitiii Uill and YVagon Shop.
11 ace of Itesitlcnce. Fourth street, comer
Tents, Wagon Covers.
ATC TITIL OLD STVIVX.
Conntrv Orders Promptly atemled to marli-M
t3?Sole Arch for the IlirROVEl)
THE 0R0 FINO WINE ROOMS,
l.I. KELLER, Proprietor.
in Grcgorio Vinej-nrtl Co. Agency.
All Vines and Brandies
The Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars Always on Sale.
Try the best remedy for Dyspepsia, "Dandelion Tonic."
"I haTO used two bottles of your Tatnc's
Celery Compound, and It has given entire sat
isfaction us an appetizer and blood purliier." rf
T. L. Ueksek, W'atertown, Dakota. "
is prescribed by physicians, recommended by
druirgists, endorsed by ministers, praised by
users, and guaranteed by the manufacturers,
as a sprluir medicine which will do nil that is
claimed for it. Use It this spring, and see how
quickly it tones you up.
Purifies the Blood.
Full accounts of Tvonderful cures made by
Paine's Celery Compound after other medicines
and the best plivsieiana had failed, sent free.
There's nothing like it.
Sl.co. Six for $5.00. Druggists.
Vells, Richardson- & Co., Kurlington. VS.
HYP WITH MIMIND DYES ,f.l?r?W
- - - PRO PR,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
AND COUHT STS..
WM. MIC HELL,
to his Business a full line of
Black, White, French
of a.i descriptions at tlie Lowest Prices
cast of Gibons, Macillbter & Cu's agricultural ware
ol Washington. Can be sen at all hours of the dny
mm & ti i,
Successors to L. D. Fbaik, deceased.
Wholesale and Bctail Dealers
Leather & Shoe Findings,
Carriage Trimmings, Etc
a N n 1
ACBinJLTUBAL MACEIHEEY, -
HARDWARE, IROH, STEEL.
MONARCH Washing Machinc-a
Guaranteed Strictly Pure.
In the Clnuil Court of tl- SWtc of O--on f..r
the t.'oiintv f W usco.
Walter F. liurreil and 1. V. Th.ni f.u, Tl lintilfs, vs
Abel II. Uufur. Cliris":i 1 lufur, Aiplia K.
Uuiur, Klz:ilitth Dufur. Ann .Mc
Jlaster ami J.-icpli M.JIc
To Amy JleMastur and Josii-i. -M. llellastcr, Uio
above nam'efl tlcfeuluit:
In the i.ain : nf the State of Clr,-.'on, you r.ro l..; ri
hv ri ii'iirtril to ni.iHar an.! ar.swt-r the omil'l 'N't 'i''"'
a-a:nst you in itu anove cinitiu
t'av of the ttnn f-f Ihe ;:!.oi'
inu' tiie txpiiatiijn cf six w. i'
silli:nions, to wit. ly t-.c i!ln
1S?:, ali'l if you f:iil to - '
Ilaintilfs will apply t't'.
for in their complaint, :
a-iirst the iliift-niiaiita A!.-lI ii
fur, Alpha K. Imlur ami l'.l
sum of tll'joo v.-ith intcrit tl1
eiu'hl poi- c- :it. i aoiiu n ii"i
ru:ir, lio'.. aii-i y air.j
if;. It:;-, v . i l'll
luiiiir i. r liu
r. II :it Ih.: r.t-i..f
fce, uii 1 ' :ii;i-
liC c-Mti;.. .1 ...-:ri.w : ,
tlo.-ilu' the '.:.-ii .nalu'l ;. . . evn.!; .1 :i..'l
fort V..T t'-'n.-i-inM!,.;- alhl l.ar.iu ...i ri'ht, lilto al.ti
it;iM'stoi tin: ilro-ntlatit in and to thi-on rt.r','. 'i
p e:oi-is, t" i: Tin S f tli.t NW ;, ami th" S
', of the: .NK 'i of Se.; 1. Ti - s '"" ,: l; "' M ,,:
ami also a e.-rtjin tr.ict of iaml to S. To 1 S ol
K l:i K f.f W M, i:o;itaiiiin l'i 4-o ai-n-s. 1. io the
tr.ict on ui.h-ii is locatoi the IMifur l:o)! r Fioiirh.tf
Mill, and parti- Hlarly ile-i-rihe t as f..;io.vs to wit:
Coiiriii-t:ei" at Ihe XK eorii.-r of the SW i-4 ' liiu
SK li of .Sci2:, Tp 1 S oi li 13 K of W .M. ami rmi
nitl;; ttiinee W anil p. l'allel with the S ljoiui-::'ry line
o.' taul tiee .i, 1 thind; thenee S ami prinilui uitli
tiie K lioumlarv line of saiil Set! 8 e'-iain; thence
E ami parallel with tiiu H liouril.-iry line of sai-i Soe
St l chain-; thence -V ami pi'alicl witl. liio K honii
ilarv line of ail Sec f caaiii-i to the place of lio-L'iniiiit-;
also iiii'l fiirih. r, a s'rip of lami twelve
felt wale, con .'hoi. .,' at a point ahout te n roils
west . f The I'alhs ami Tijth V.tll.-y road, in the -terof
ihe main channel ot Kifu-in Mile cic.-l;, where
Ihe thin across said creek is loer.t.-d; thenccioan
easier v iliricti. n toapomt ahout s rotlscastof the
iriil.ti tlie terminus of the waterway con-trllitcd
on this described tract of land, to-ctoir w ii.ii all Ihe
w;dcr priih'!s eonvevcd hv lu:'ur I'.ros. to the
luiiiir l'.oikr l'lourinz Mill Co.; and al-o the f.-ur
storv null building l..calcd on ti.e above tlcsei ii.cd
pari" of .Sec. 2o, Tp 1 S f HIS i: W M, with ah the
niachincrv of every name ami kind therein. And
also onlci'i::' tho sale of-Slid liiort( d pri-iiiioes
and the appdiation of the proc-edsof such J"uie to
wards tlie pavinelit of said judu'iiient and tne ex-pe::.-es
i f niai.in,' siuli s.vle.an.1 tiiat any si:n reuiain
hri ui!s-itL.:i..-il tl'irel.y shall l.e made srt.in tlie prop
envoi the ileleiidants A: cl II. luiHir.Ci u is.-a Uufur,
Alpha 1.. llufiir ami l.liz-.ioelU loifu.-, and for such
owe.- and fuither relief as may be ..juiu.ils and
JUV.'u are l.crcly notin.'-l that (Us snnmmns is
serve I up -u v.,u bv pu!,:ie itio-i hv or.'kr of II. n. J.
If. liird, Jmue of 'ihe revditli .luoi. i -l Di-tricf, i f
tke Mate rf '.'rion, iu?.de on tile 'Jlli day of Sep
Ujted Dalits City, September 2T.
lSC.NXi-.Tr a vhon-.
se1:2it " A.t:e:neys for l'lai .tills.
In the Circuit Court of the state of Orison for
Joseph Stade'inan, l'laintlff, vs. tho Missionary So
ciety of the Methodist Episcopal
To the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episco
. pai Church , the above name i defendant:
' In the name of the Sta'e o' Orca-o'i: Vou are
hereby required to appear and answer the complaint
tiled against vou in the above cutilkd suit .within
ten davs fioni the il ite of the servic-e of this suin
ir.ons ueon you, if served v..;:.;u this eontv; or
if served in any other county v i this stuc, tlien
within tv.-entv davs tivm the it a of the service of
this summons up-n y..tt, itp..l it y.crvcd bv publii-i-tion
upon, then on or bei. ie ti.e lirst day of the
next resrul ir temi of said curt, t- wit, Monday the
11th day of November, lii.i, that beiiu: the lir.st j j
dieial day of said ti rm; and if you fad so to apinar
for want thereof the plaintiff will take a decree
against vou, declaring
Kirst.'That piaint.ff is the owner in fee simple to
the whole of the following descriiKd tract of real
estate lying and beinir situated in Wasco county,
Oregon, and beinjf more particularly described as
follows, to wit: Begiuninir at a point on
the township line between townships one
ami two, where the east line of the
Catholic .Mission Claim crosses said township
line, thence south with said east line of B-ud Catho.
lie Mission 807 feet to where it intersects The Dalles
iliiitarv Keservation-line; thence N iiV 40" K with
said Mditirv Reservation line 1S40 fei-t; thence N
! 'J'1G"W 141H feet to where it intersects the township
line between townships one and two; thence west
on said township line ! feet to the place of hesrin
nina, and bem;; parts of the NK of tin NW
and of the S1V of the NE i of S No. 4 in T 1 ES,
It Vi E, and containing 10 81-100 aeies of land.
Second, That the defendant has no riisht or title to
said land nd that uefendent bo forever liarred , es
topped and enjoined from settiiv; tip r.r claiming
ant rij;ht or title or interest in said described land,
and for such other and fuither relief as may seem
just and proper in the premises and for his costs and
disbursements of this suit.'
This summons is published in The Dalles Timks
Mol NT.ll.VKBll, by order of Hon. J. 11. Ilird, jild-re of
the Circuit Court for the seventh judicial district ot
Dated at chambers at Dalles City. Oregon, this
4th day of September, IBM).
STORY & r.KADSUAW,
, Attorneys for l'llf.
In the County Cnuit of tli.i Slate of Oregon for
In tlie Matte. of the Fstite yi Xancy Ca;cr,Uc
To Julia A. Oban , Nettie i!arnutt, Charles A. l'.ar
nctt, It. liradtii, Kaniy Cuuniiiyh.im ami IJzie
1'. Parker, heirs at la.v of tlie estate of Nancy
Gaper, deceased, and all other persons, known and
unknown, whu may be interested in said estate,
In tlie name of the State of Oreson, you are here
by cited aiid required to appear in the County Court
t f the State of Oregon, for the County of Wasw, at
the court room thereof, at Dalies City, in eaid cmin
ty, on the 4lh day of .Novtuihtr, 3!), at ten o'ehiek
in the forenoon of eaid rt:y, then and there to show
cause, if any there be, why an order should not be
made, authorizing and directing W. A. Oharr, the
adniiiiistritor of said estate, to t.e-11 the following di
seribeJ re;U entate, behuigin j to piiid estate, for thn
purpose of ayin,j' and settling the un)a.itj claims
agu'.ust said estate and expenses of administration
thereof, to wit:
The north i -st quarter and the norihecst quarter
of section '3i in townsliip 1 i.orth of r;inyo 15, cast
of WilUmctte Meridian, situate in Vasro cinuity,
Oregon, and ycu are hereby notihed to appear be
fore said court at the time and place aforesaid and
show cause, if any there be, why said order shuu d
not be made, and taid aboe premises sold as afore
said. - . V. i'ness the Hon. Cleb N-. Thorn
SEAL. ! bury, Juue ol liio said County Court,
' v- ' wi:h the teal of taid Court affixed this
2T;th day of September, A. I.
Atttet: CEO. H. TIIOMrSON,
Cy J. II. HUNTINGTON,
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Wasco.
In the matter of the estate of Asa Stron?, deceased,
late of the County of Wasco anu
State of Oregon.
To the heirs of said deceased:
In the name of the State of Oregon: You are
hereby cited and rcauirei to appear in the county
court for the state of Oregon, Wasco county, at the
courtroom thereof, in l'ahes City, Wiaco county,
Oregon, on Wednesday, the ("ah dy of Novt inotr A.
l. list 9, at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day, then and
there to show cause, if any exist, why said Court
should not grant the petition of the administrator,
now on file in said Court and make an order for the
sale of the real property of the said estate, to wit:
Commencing at a point on the north side of First or
Main street in Dalles City. 45 feet, 6 inches westerly
from the corner at the junt ti"h of Court and Main
streets, thence 100 feec northerly at riu'ht am;!e3 to
M'.iin street, to stake, thence 31 feet westerly and
parallel to Main street, thenco southerly to Main
street to a point 21 fet from the beginning, thence
along the norih line of Main fctreet to the place of
beginning, and bring part of lot 5, in Dalles City,
Wasco county, Orc-ron, Said property being in
Dalies City, Wasco County, Oreiron.
Witness, the Hon. C. N. Thornbury, Judge of the
above entitled Court, with the seal of the . said
Court on this 5th day of Oct., A. D. lfcS.
CALEB N. THOK.NBURY,
Attest: CEO. U. THOMPSON", County Clerk,
12oc4t by J. M. HUNTINGTON. Deputy
Ia the County Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Wasco.
In the Matter of the Estate of Henry Whittaker,
To alt the unknown L'jirs, if any there be, or LI e
above named ieceaseiT, Cieetin:
In the name cf the state of Oregon. You are here
by cited and rt;quircd"to appear in the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for the County of Wasco, at
the couit room thereof, at Dalles City, in said cou'i
ty, on Monday, the 4th day of November, ltrfcW, at 2
o'clock in the afternoon ot that day, then aud there
to show cause, if any there be, why an order should
not be made and entered herein authorizing and di
recting the executrix of the above named estate to
sell all of the real estate belonging to said estate, to
wi Lots J, a, and L i:i block te4 of the Fori Dailcs
Military Reservation, in Dalles City, Wasco county,
n . Witness, the TTon. C. Huirnhniy,
! skal. Judge of tie ty i tpt, v. i'ii
the seal of s ad C-mit aiiUed, tins
2Cth dui of fcCiitcmher, A. 7. IStO.
At -At: CEO. 11. XIIOMPi'OX,
Ey J. M. I UNTINCTON,
Final Settlcmcai Notice.
To all whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby iriveu that tin undersigned ad
ministratrix cf the estate of Loranl Kimball, dt cjis
e.. has filed her filial account w such ad uinistratrix
with the Co nty Court of the State of Oregon for
Wasco County, and that the judge of said court h ut
appointed Monday, the 4th day of November, 18 9
at the hour of one o'clock P. M. as the time for he tr
ing objections to said final account and the settle
ment thereof. All heirs, creditors, or other pcrso is
interested in said estate are hereby notified to a -pear
on or before said time appointed for said heir
ing and final settlement, and file their objection
thereto, if any they have, or to any particular ito n
thereof, specifying the particulars of such objec
tions. Dated this d t ay of October, 1889.
Administratrix of the Estate of Loran Kimball, de
Executor's Notice of Final Settlement.
The undersigned hereby crive notice that they
have filed their final account as executors of the last
will and testament of S. B. Pratt, deceased, and that
by order of the Hon. C. N. Thornbury, County
tTudjre of Wasco County, Oregon, duly made and en
tered on this day, Directing notice th-. reof to be pub
lished herein, Tuesday, Nov 5, 1SS9, (that being the
second day of the next regular term of the county
court for said countv). at the hour of 2 o'clock P.
M., haa been appointed as the time, and the county
court room of the county court house of said couutv
has been designated as the place, for the hearing of
objections to such final account, and the settlement
tnereor. i. ii- 3:cukc,,k,
N. W. WALLACE.
Executors of the last will and testament of S. 8.
Dalles City, Oct. 4, lS89.-5t
The co-partnership heretofore existing be tree n J.
H. Larsen and K. E. SaJtmarahe in the stock van: s
and shipping business at Tha Dalles, Or,, has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Sait
marshe will continue the business and will collect
all debts and assume all liabilities of the old firm.
The Dalles, Oct. 22,
J. n. LARSEN,
K. E. SALTMAESHE.
I thank all mv customers for their liberal patron
age of the late firm, and bespeak for Mr. Saltinarshi
a coutmuauce oi tne same.
J. H. LARSEN.
Fine Upholstered O-oods
Furniture, Car;et. Malting, l'arlcr Ornaments, Window Sbades, Etc.
"CTncLertsilrliagr a, Specla,lt3r.
Coffins, Caskets, llurtal Kobcs, Etc.
an be t'ttnuA at all fonu f the titty or n'.'jht at their "phicc of hitsinesx, Yt'dshiiiyti.t treety tico doors north
J'roui Scs'Hid. 7,',-i o'iied Lij!tt.
C. E. DUNHAM,
soLf. agent ran
PAT? JuLYl-J 1873. feSllOllUIoi" Il-JteCSi,
STATIOKSSY A D CIGARS.
Pure Vi'incs and Liquors for Medicinal uses. Prescriptions com
pounded at, all hours.
call axd see H00SXES FEMCE KACHIHE, -TLY 1IACiIIXE
that gives a continuous twist to the wire. In operation at
THE PACIFIC FENCE WOEKS,
Strong, Durable, Neat, and the
H B. I E 7!?,
Pi 31 "11 . 1
Linnnn a m tin
Dry Goods, Ciotlimg, Eoots Slices,
taple and Fancy G-roceries,
Crockery, Hardvare and Farm Implements.
800 to 304 Second St.
THE DALLES, OKE&ON.
PRTNZ & N ITSC H K E,
WKOLESALR AU I1ETAIL
Furniture & Carpet Dealers.
Are happy to announce to the:
public that they have succeeded
in procuring the special jobbing
tus ani Oarpers at prices
erto unknown in Oregon.
A Fe-w of Our Quotations will
ITardwood Iwnt Chairs, each 75 ct
Cane Koekers 2 C'
Ash Ueusteails 3 60
Wovcu-wire Hattretisea 3 50
Lounires...... 1 t-0
MFIRE MILLS, rmi
enables us to sell
y CaLLi AND S3JBI3 us:-c
G. G. ROBERTS, Manager,
Tlie Xallcsi, Oregon.
The most desirable "Warehouse
ForwardiDg, Consignments, Grading and Baling
PKOJIPTLY JlY,X"X,XIVIIi:i TO.
Cash advanced for freights and on consignments.
Ililiest Cash Price paid for Wool, Pelts and Furs.
Tho Gelobrated French Cure,
IS SOLD OS A.
to (Mire nny
futtii ot nervous
fiist-ii-ic, or ii
'?-:,es. Eiins of cither
EtFOi-.E isint fmm tne AFTER
exn-A-i e use of Stimulants, 'j olmccu or Ooinm
ortlirouuli yoiirhful in-iiscnTirni. over itntuli-
eiicc, Ai1., such ns I.ois of liiaiu Power, Wnkeful-
ness, l,oiii niii down fnnmin tlie Hack, Sei:)inal
enuness. iiysrci m, Nemms rn istniiion Nocturn
al .Emissions. IMicuri lid -a. in.Am-an, WYak Mum-
or,j-ossot I'owcriunl Innw'toiu'V. which if ne-
plectCM t.Xifix lc:iI to vrctiuinucol. n;c;iiiit iiisnn
ity. Ti ic $1.00 n box. C boxes for f'.W fc-ciit by
mail on ro-ciitof iit-ice.
A X II I Tf KN (( AI A NT K Tl Tr evorv f ' DC
orier. to rcfnul the itm:i.-- ii a J't-i m:tncnt
on re is not otUi'tc-l. T::'tiwm!s f testiinoninis
from ohi nw yotmir. of both exes, jominenTly
cured bv a1')ii:mtitinr. firn.;nr free. A-i iress
THE APHRO MbDICiNE CO.
WESTEUX VP. vyru.
BOX 27 roIlTLAXD, OR
BLAKELEY & KCUGHT0N, Druggists,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE IALXCH. Oitr.OX.
C. J. Smitli, Prop'r.
Buy at Home and Save Freights and Agents'
Lock Box 213. THE DALLES, OEEGOS.
Keeps ill tttiek a full line if
Eazors, Knives, Scissors,
Cheapest Fence .in the World.
fllKS. K. WINGATE,
Of old firm of E. Wiagate & Co
RKTAIL DEALEIIS In
i. , h ii s , f? a a 3
Convince th.a iiosc Sceptical :
1M"US3 SIS 00
Aii liciir.Kini Sets 25
I!r!i3?o!s Carpi'13, i.-r :,ai-d 76
Ingrain Carpettf, do
in town for the stoiage and
VZ1E OLD l:T.Vl-!.SIli 1
Second St., East Und,
AUGUST BUOHLER, PROP.
Has been refitted UiroaLotit with the
LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY,
And is now manufacturing the
Best Keg and denied Besr
BIr. Iluchlcr alwi3Ti aims to adorit cve latest brew
in apjAiratns and will furniah hia customers bvt
enuaX toauy in this market: wtf
HENEY I. KUCE,
Manufacturer of aod dealer in
Harness and Saddlery,
Second St., near Moody's Warehouse,
THB DALLES, - . OREGON
All IVoclt Ciuartn'eed to Give Sat
1,500 SPANISH MERINO RAMS.
From the Eiiurock Sheep Ranch.
te have foh this sf.asox-s thahe, ko riiomiutaiBUED and 1000 high grade
V liam-i, all of wlili-h are in fino conilition, ami free (rem ilieesc. Wo consider our runm fur this
s- axon's trade, the bef t lot we have uer cllered to ihe puuiic. and only ask an iiisiectioii to irovo what
Tiioso wisluni; rams would On well to call early, select, brand, and leavo Uicm with us FREE of
ClIAUUE until oreedin season this fall.
Prices Lower tlmn liver, mid ci msICusy.
Thatikliis our mp.iiy patrons for their vc.y liberal patraua'o accorded as in tho past, we respectfully
solicit an inspection of our stock this season.
Our ranch is located on The Dalles and l'rinovillo Stago Koad at HAY CREEK, Crook County, Oregon.
For further particulars, call on or adi'rcP",
BALDWIN SKEEP AND LAND CO.,
Sitcckskop. to VAN HOKTEN BI108. CO.. Hat Ci, On
E. WINGATE Ac CO.
A COMPLETE LIKE OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Iron and Steel.
STUQEEAKER WAGONS. HACKS AND BUGGIES.
A. . L. NEWMAN
lias opened a
VJt as'L .c3i m W u3
Corner of Second anl Union Sts.
GROCERIES, COINED GOODS. PHOVISIOFIS. ETC.
The groceries will ba new and fresh, and such as are demanded
in this market.
In connection with the Grocery will supply Bread and Fastry of
KEMOVAL ! IIIIOVVIL !
Removed to 176 and 178 Second St.,
ZD. "W Ed-wards,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Papers, Decorations,
Mouldings and Picture Frames, Cor
nice Pole, Etc.
Oil Paintings, ChrQinos
feierl Commission iiiii Forwarding Merckiiif.
391, 393 and 395 SECOND STBEET,
(Adjoining Railroad Dppot.)
Consignments Solicited ! !
Prompt Attention to tnose who favor ma with tlieir patronaffo.
The Highest Price paid in Cash for Vv'heat, Barley, Etc., Etc.
THE DALLES. OREGON
HDLSY l BIHNOTT, Proprietors,
LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN OREGON.
Frss DsTinlbas to and from the Hotel. . ,
Fire-Prcof Safe cr the Safely cf all Va!uab!bS.
Ticlcfand Sagnit'l- Office of Ihe On-rjon Haihray ,b Ntviqn!icn Ccmrrny, and Office oj the
'WcMtrn Union TelnjrajJi Company, are in e lIoUl.
TBMXS DEPART FEOM THIS HOUSE AT 12:10 P W 'K R WALLA WAL1A.
2MO 1'. M. POKTLAN1)
GBRMANIA BEER HALL.
: FINEST .
WinesLiquors and Cigars
Always On Hand.
ALL KINDS OF BOTTLED BEER.
500 Men Wanted
To Unload Shcooners
NEW BEER HAIL,
Court atrret. Between Mala
T!m,nni rni Cirars of tlie beat domestic
and imported brands on sale
John Donovan, Frop.
IS & Co.,
TO LATE FIRM-
and Steel Engravings.
C. N. THORNBURY.
T. A. HUDSON.
mi Tin li
2vdonc37; to X-oaix
03 Real Estate
tate. Chattel and Personal security. JSu
to "If hinds or Land business 6-
fore the tf. S. Land Office.
Rooms 7 sxd H, mun, u. c. una umn puuuinn.
THE PAT.I.F.H. VKEUOH. f