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ox run back.
Each heart has its moments of pleasure and
That follow the ebb and the flow:
Each soul has its portion of sunshine and
' Hope dawnings and sunsets of woe.
Bat ther're few other evils to which flesh
That with sorrow our ioy can so fleck
And fill our whole being with so much des
As a boll on the back of the neck.
A man's wife may tell him in tones low and
Her mother is coming to stay,
He may tread a banana peal down in the
And swear in a dignified way.
Somebody may walk on his favorite corn,
He may foolishly cash a snide checV,
But one thing that makes him regret he was
Is a boil on the .back of the neck.
The brooklet e'en sings in a sad undertone.
The skies are all clouded with care,
And nature's voice echoes a saddening moan
The breezes come freighted with care,
The future is naught but a desert of night,
The present a mis'rable wreck.
Without even just one faint spark of delight,
For the man with a boil on his neck.
BIBIED IX THE BLISS.
Details of the fcilasgow
Glasgow, Scotland, Nov, 2. Certain
sections at least of this city are excited
over the fall of the banding yesterday
that crashed Templeton & Co.'s carpet
mills and buiied thirty or more women
The further particulars ot the accident
are as follows: Glasgow is noted for its
high and irregular buildings, and one of
these was in the course ot erection oc
Williams street, enjoining the immense
rarpet factory owned and operated by the
Templetoos. uuring yesterday afternoon
the burn wind which bad prevailed dur
ing the day increased in velocity until it
was blowing a gale, and when it was at
its bight, the immense gable on the new
bulletins loosened and tell with a crasrj
on the roof of the carpet factorv. On the
top floor of the factorv was situated the
weaving department, fifty women and
cirls being at work at me time. The
Jailing debris was of great weight, and it
crashed through the root, tearing away
nearly all the upper story and doing
shocking damage to life. All the work
ing women were buried in the ruins be
neath the broken timbers, and the gronus
and shrieks of those not instantly killed
could be beard above the ioar of the wind,
which seemed to bowl in mad glee over
the damage it bad done. The poor in
mates had no chEDce to fave themselves,
for all were bending industriously
over the looms when the tearful,
fatal crash came. Aid was quickly
summoned, and the work of rescue be
gun. It was almost impossible to ga:n
access to those who were living among
the ruins on top of the factory, for the
floors bad fallen in such a way that it
.was impossible to gain access from the
floor beneath, and it was positively dan
gerous to work there, for it was feured
that the additional weight, aided by the
wind, would send the floor down another
story, and thus complete tne work of
death so suddenly begun. A scene of
the wildest description prevailed, and
the aid of the fire department was called.
Darkness came on, and even to-day it is
impossible to tell yet the extent of the
The accident is one of the saddest
which has ever occurred here in years.
The labor of removing the fallen timbers
will be continued on through the night.
It bas been thus far impossible to find if
there was any fault in the building of the
gable. The street is crowded with the
relatives of the unfortunate women who
are buried in the building, and as each
victim is handed down her lace is eagerly
scanned by the anxious, waiting bereaved
ones, who are hoping almost against hope
that the particular one each teeks tnuy
net be among the dead. Those who have
toten taken down alive tell that suddenly
the lights were extinguished and the tior
lible- crash came, and then all was still
for a moment.
It is said the building, which is now
very unsafe, stands over an abandoned
coal pit, and a new disaster is momen
The Color oT Homes.
There is more in color or likeness in
breeding all animals than meat people
imagine, says an excuang, in lurgi
herds of animals in their wild state, colors
vary little. There is oitun, so travelers
. bave said, an odd-colored stallion or two
in wild herds of horses, and it is not un
common to' find an odd-colored stallion
apparentlyrthe master of the troop. It
is quite certain that this stallion does not
get bis own color, as the herd remains in
its own originality. It bas been raid
that the original color of horses is ches
nut, and there is evidence to show that of
all of the eastern or ot what is supposed
. to be the original blood the color that
bas lasted the longest is chestnut, and that
which has lasted the least, is gray. The
. earliest numbers of the "English S'ud
Book" give more grays than almost any
other color, but they have become scarcer
and scarcer, until now among stallions,
there is scarcely a gray horse in service
For a long time, prejudice attached to
a white horse on account of the fabulous
tradition that they could not stand the
cold, becanse white was a non conducter
of heat, a hypothesis at once controverted
by the fact that the polar bear, which ex
ists alone in the region of eternal cold,
and are happy nowhere else, are white.
The same prejudice at one time against
black horses, on the other extreme as
black was a conductor of heat, a black
horse would succumb to the enervating
heat ot summer.
In this age of the worid it is needless
to say that the color of a horse has no
thing to do with his constitution. Fran
ces' Alexander, a coal black stallion, trot
ted one of the most exhausting and pro
longed races against a field of six others,
on one of the hottest days in midsummer,
and won it. Jav-Eye See is a black, and
there is no borse cn the American turf
superior to him in courage and endur
ance. Hopeful is a gray. During his
turf career, he was the foremost borne on
the trotting turf. He culled a wagon
and placed to his credit a record for that
way of going, which has never been
equaled. Charlie Ford is another eray
horse that was first in thirty-eight races
and twenty -seven beats below 2:30.
These two exampcls explode the theory
that horses of light color are usually of a
Hermit, the great English thorough
bred sire, is a chestnut, while his sire was
a bay of a particularly marked bay fami
ly. Out of a score of sons and daughters
of Hermit, which have made their mars,
the minority are chestnuts. This same
-peculiarity marks the produce of Ham
bletonian Prince. Those of his get that
have made their mark, are ot one color
namely, Billy Button, Helene, Happy
Tarveler, PeraUo. Although among trot
ters there are a large number of fast
horses of various colors, the majority of
distinguished horses are bays. The fastest
horses among wnicu coior is prcuuuuuaui
of Philadelphia, and tha Chicago Neue is
astounding. Said Mr. Drexell, the great
banker, who held an interest in the Pub
lie Ledger: "I thought I knew what it
was to make money in banking, but that
business is insignificent indeed com
pared to the Public Ledger business."
George W. Childs, its principal owner,
has it is said, given away for benevolent
purposes, many large fortunes, the results
of proceeds he received fioin the Ledger
A man called at the office the other day
with a handful of what looked like dull,
reddish golden eyeballs. They were of
various sizes. "Do you know what these
are?" snd ho. "You will never guess,
nor do I believe there are many persons
who can tell you. They are taken from
the mummies of the Incasof Peru. When
I was stationed out there some years ago,
when in the naval service, I got a whole
lot of them. The mommies were thrown
up and in some rases destroyed by seismic
convulsions. There are thousands of
them about, particularly near Arequipa.
These that I show you are taken from the
fkulls, and are believed to be the real
eyes of the Iocas, end are respected as
such. The women wear them made up
iiio necklaces, scarf pins, and other ai ti
des of jewelry. Asa matter of fact, how
ever, they are really the eyes of the octo
pus, cr devilfish. They are thoroughly
desiccated, or rather mummified, by the
air, and were put in ages ago to take the
place of the natural eyes, which the Abo
rigines found would not last In that cli
mate. In having them set as a piece of
jewelry, you must be very cautious. The
work men in trimming them down must
beware of getting any of the dust in any
cut he may have. If he does so blood
poisoning is sure to set in, and the ter
mination may very likely be fatal."
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Li and Notices.
Fortunes In Xewgpnpers.
The business of newspaper advertising
has been in a process of evolution from
the beginning until now, and this pro
cess is still continuing. At the com
mencement only a few of tbe simplest
and shortest advertisements were pub
)thed such as want", rewards for runa
way slave, of shirs sailing, and the like.
Tbe prices paid for these insertions were
merely nominal, .mane o uum uu im
tnons iuniD from the eight by ten col
onial sheet with its insignificent attempts
t advertisine to tbe remarkable JNew
York Herald that charged and received
W a rnlnmn advcilistment on its fifth
i..ne S 100.500 for one year. The Herald
hs i.nblished in its Sunday edition as
many as five thousand advertisements in
one issue, and what the Herald did ten
years ago other great journals are far ex
ceeding to day. Not infrequently a sin
gle advertiser has been known to make
cm facts for over half a million dollars
in advertising in a year. The career of
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Executor's Notice of Final Settlement.
The undersigned hereby irive notice that thev
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. M. Tbombury, County
J udire of Wasco County, Oreiron, duly made and en
tered on this day, airectins; notice thereof to be pub
lished herein, Tuoid ty. Nor. 5, 1889, (that being the
second day of the next regular term o ;the county
court for said county), at tbe hour of 2 o clock r.
M.. haa been appointed as the time, and the county
court room of tho county court house of said county
has been designated as the place, for the hearing of
objections to such final account, and the settlement
tnereor. t. m. jhcukkuk,
N. W. WALLACE.
Executors of the last will and testament ot S. B.
Dalles City, Oct. 4. lS89.-St
Final Settlement Notice.
To all whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby iriven that the undersigned, ad
ministratrix of the estate of Loran Kimball, deceas
ed, has filed her final account as such ad niuistnUrix
with the Co nty fjourt of the State of Oregon for
wasco vounty, ana tnat tne juage or said court nas
appointed Monday, the 4th day of November. 18&9.
at the hour of one o'clock P. II. as the time for hear
ing objections to said final account nd the settle
ment thereof. AH heirs, creditors, or other persons
interested in said estate are hereby notified to ap
pear on or oeiore saiu time appointed lor said bear
ing and final settlement, i nd file their objections
thereto, if any they have, or to any particular item
thereof, specifying .the particulars of such objec
Dated this 3d day of October. 1889.
Administratrix of the Estate of Loran Kimball, de
By virtue of an execution issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon fur Wasco County
in an action entitled Geo. Watkin vs. Sterling
5tag and to nie directed and delivered, I did on
the 25th day of October. 1889, levy upon and will
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, fur
cat-h in hand, on Saturday, the 7th day of December.
18s9, at 1 o clock p. m. nf said day, at the Court
House door in uai:es City, in wasco count v. Ore
gon, the folluwinir described property, to wit: All
of the rittht, title and interest of tbo said Sterling
Stages of, in or to Lot 10, in Block 8, in Bigelow'a
addition to Dalles City, Wasco Co,Oregou,or so much
thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy the sum of
ej"3.0O with interest thereon at the rate of 8 per
cent, from Sept. 16, A D. 169.
Taken and le ied upon as the property of Sterling
Staggs to satisfy said sum of $36.00 and interest
thereon in faror of Geo. Wat kin a, together with
costs and accruing costs. GEORGE HERBERT,
bhenn of Wasco County, Oregon.
Dated at Dalles City, Or , Oct. 25, 1S&9.
NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Tub Dalles, Ohkgxuv,
October 7, I860.
Notice Is hereby civen that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
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, 18a9, viz:
William II. aeabeack.
D S 5SS4, for the SW A Sec . T 3 S. R 13 E. W M,
He names the following witnesses to prove his con
tinuous residence upou and cultivation of said land,
Hugh Gourby, Walter Henderson. Thomas P.
Alums, Robert Kelley, all of K.itis1ey, Or.
r. a. ucuunal.i, uegister.
ALL KINDS OF BOTTLED BEER.
Also, tho very best Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
The One Price Cash House,
COB. SECOND AND COURT STS,
Lfl J fl 1- 1 fl A JLA) L. ft
-DEALEB J If-
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
- Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c
Agent for the Bntterici Patterns, also for the Hall Bazaar Dress Forms,
The Undersigned has Added to his Business a full line of
Metallic, Cloth-covered, Black, White, French
Berl and Rosewood Caskets,
Burial Robes and Shronds. Trimmings of all descriptions at the Lowest Prices
and owns the Most Elejrant Hearse east of tne moon tains with all the ,
latest improvements. -
NO DELAY IN FILLING ORDERS.
Pl&rff Of IlaHinPNK. Third street, three doors east of Oibons. MaaJlister k Co'a agricultural wra
bouse, and adjoining his Planing Mill and Wagon Shop.
Place of Residence.
Fourth street, comer of Washington. Can be seen at all hours of the day
FjeiH & HjlK
Successors to L. D. Fbank, deceased.
Wholesale and Betail Dealers
Harness aoa Saaaieni
Leather & Shoe Findings,
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Wasco.
Walter F. Burrell and D. P. Thumpeon. Plaintiffs, vs
auci n . uuiur, ciriisk uuiur, Aipna tv.
Dufur, Elszabeth Dufur. Ainy Mo
naster and Joseph M. Mc
M aster, Defendants.
To Amy McMafter and Joseph M. McMaster, the
above named defendants:
In the same of the State of Orctron. vou are here.
by required to appear and answer the complaint filet
against ruu in the above entitled action bv the first
ciay of the term cf the above entitled court follow-
mir the expiration of six weeks publication of this
summons, to wit. by the llth day of November,
lbfctf, and il you fail to answer, for want thereof the
pluititms will apply to the Court for the relief prated
fur in their complaint, to ait: 'For a iudcnient
aguirst the defendants Abel H Dufur, CJ:iris.a Du-
iur, Aipna. iv. imiur aun tnzabeth uuiur tor the
sum cf SCUOO with interest thereen at the rite of
cii;ht per cent per annum from the 10th da of FoIh
ruarv, 189, an tl 5"0 as attorney s fees, and plain
tiffs' costs and dfcburettnei ts, and' for a decree fore
clobing the uiortjraije named in the complaint and
forever foreclosin-r and turrinir ail ruht, title and
interest of the defendants in and to the ninrtaeU
premises, to wi: The S of the NW XA and the S
of tho UK hi of Sec 4, Tp 2 S of It Ki E of W M;
and also a certain tract of land in Sec 2i, To 1 S ot
K 13Eof W II, containing 10 4-5 acres, burnt,' the
tract on which is located the Dufur Keller Flouring
Mill, and particularly descrited as follows to wit:
Commencing at the KE comer of the SW of the
SE YA of Sec 25, Tp 1 S of It 13 E of W M, and run
ning thence W and pr.rallel with the S boundary line
of said Sec 25, 21 chains; thence S and parillel with
the E boundary line of said Sec 25 8 chains; thence
E and parallel with the S boundary line of said Sec
25 21 chains; thence X and parallel with the E boun
dary line of said Sec 26, 8 chains to ihe place of be
iriiuiing; also and further, a strip of land twelve
feet wide, connneiicii:fr at a point about ten rods
west of The Dalles and Tyyh Valley road, in the cen
ter of the main channel ot Fifteen Mile creek, where
the dam across said creek is located; thence in an
easterly direction to a point about S rods cast of the
mill, to the terminus ef the waterway constructed
on this described tract of land, together with all the
water privileges conveyed by Dufur Bros, to the
Dufur Roller Flouriusr Mill Co.; and also the four
story mill building located on the above descii bed
(tart of Sec. 25, Tp 1 S of It 13 E W M, with ali the
machinery of every name and kind therein. And
also ordering the gale of said mortgaged premises
and the application of the proceeds of such sale to
wards the payment of said judgment and the oc
pen?es of making such sale,a:id that any sum remain
ing unsatisfied thereby sliall be made from the prop
ertyof the defendants AIh;1 H. Dufur, Clarissa Dufur,
Alpha K. Dufur and Dizatieth Dufur, and for such
other and further relief as may be equitable and
You are hereby notified that this snmmnns is
served upnn you by publication by order of Hon. J.
H. Bird, Judge of the Seventh Judicial District of
tke State of Oregon, made on the 25th day of Sep
Dated Dalles City, September 25. 18S9.
BENNETT & WILSON,
sep2St7 Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Board of Equalization.
The Board of Equxlizatton for Waeco county will
meet in the Court ilouae in Dalles City Octuutr 28,
and will continue in session one week.
H GOURLAY Assessor.
TIMBER CULTER, FINAL PROOF
.NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office, at The Dalles, Or.,
October v!S, lssD.
Not'ce is hereby riven that Charlea Davis has filed
notic; of intention t make final proof before Regis
ter a id Receiver, U. S. L. O., at his office in The
Dalljs, Or., on Saturday, the 21st day of Decemlwr,
18S9. on timber culture application No. 390, for the
SW hi. KE !4. NW H . SE I and NE i SW i and I sit
8, a larter of section No. 18. in TowusIud No. 3. s
Ran re NO. 14 K. He name an u-itnmuir Wm K
Hel.us, Nansense; Or.. Frank T. Graves. Peter J.
Ha .ruhan, Alex. JlcLeod, Kinprsley, Or.
v. Z. F. A. McUONALD, Remster.
TIMBER CULTURE, FINAL PROOF-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Lasd Office, Tuc Dalles, Ob.,
October 21, 18t9.
Notice is hereby given that
l iani F. Helm
Has fl ed notice of his intention tn make Rnnl nrnnf
before Kerister and Receiver U.S. Land office at their
office in The Dalles, Oregon, on Monday, the 9:h day
of December. 18S9, on timber culture application
No. too, for Lots I and 2 and the SE 'A of the NE 1
of 34,TS, RI4K
at names as witnesses.
W. T. Wricht. James W. Moore. Polk Butler and
O. i'. Kellej , ail of Nanser.e, Wasco county, Orenon.
o:t26 t. A. JncDONALD, Register.
02rxido,ll & Burnet,
Fine Upholstered Goods
Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Parlor Ornaments, Window Shades, Etc.
U"2n.a.erta)3sing a, Specialty.
Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robes, Etc.
an be found at all hours of the day or night at their p'acr nf bviinm,
from Secuni. &ign o JUd Liyht.
Washington street, tw doors north
SOLi: AGS1ST FOB
Keeps in stock a full line of
Tr- i T I Hi 1 "i
PAT? JULY 15! 1879.
Kazors, Knives, Scissors,
PATEJJT MEDICINE 3.
Every Pair PitTcliasscl Guaranteed.
STATIONERY A D CIGARS.
Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal uses. Prescriptions com
pounded at, all
call and see H00SIEE FEHCS HACnnTE, 0SLY Mnn.
that gives a continuous twist to the wire. In operation at
THE PACIFIC FEICE WOEKS,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lakd Ornci at Tub Dalies, Or.,
Octobci 10. lt9.
Noti -e is hereby iriven that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
Droof i l euiiport of his claim, and that said riroof
will bn made before the register and receiver at The
Dalles, Oregon, on December 14, lsM). viz:
nd 3317. for the lots 2 and S and SW M of NE
and SE of N W V, Sec 20, T 2 N, R 12 E. W M.
lie names tne luiiuwmg witnesses to prove his
continuous resilience upon ana cultivation ol said
Robert Densmore, John Milcr, of Mosier. Or., and
Ernest Frederick, Daniel Thomas, of The Dalles, Or.
octiu r a. A1CUUAAL.U, Keirister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Omci at Tim Dalles, Or.,
October a. 1SS9.
Notice is hereby iriven that the followinir-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to commute
and make final proof in support of bis claim, and
that said proof will be made helore Register and
Receiver at The Dalles, Or., on November 25, ISM).
Bd 2696, for the SW V Sec 4,T 3 S. R 14 E.
lie names the following witnesses to prove his
contiuuous residence upon ana cultivation of, said
Willard Wriirht. of Nansene. Or.. Lafayette Davis.
czra uenson, rranit urayes, oi ninsicy, ur.
ocl9 t . A. mcuomalu. Kegiater.
Ia the County Couit of tlie State of Oregon for
In the Matter of the Estate vt Nancy Gager, de
To Julia A. Oban , Nettie Burnett, Charles A. Har
riett, K. uraaen, Aaucy uunmnghdm and Uzzxe
r. farker. heirs at law of the estate of Aancy
Gager, deceased, and all other persons, known and
tin known, who may be interested in said estate.
In the name of the State of Orecon. von are here
by cited and required to appear in the County Couit
of the State of Oregon, for the County of Wasco, at
the court room thereof, at Dalles City, in said coun
ty, on the 4lh day ol November, 189, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon of said day, then and there to abow
cause, if any there be, why an order should not be
made, authorizing and directing W. A. Obarr. the
administrator of said estate, to sell the following de
scribed real estate, belonginfr to said estate, for the
puruose of paviiur and settiiitir the unpaid claims
ajrainst said estate and expenses of administration
thereof, to wit:
The north tst Quarter and tne nortneast Quarter
of section 32 in township 1 Lorth of range 15, east
of Willamette Meridian, situate in Wasco county,
Oregon, and you are hereby notified to appear be
fore said court at the time and place aforesaid and
show caue, if any there be, why said order bhould
not be made, and said a Dove premises sold as afore-
. a Witness the Hon. Caleb N. Thorn-
seal. J- bury, Judge of the saiJ County Court,
' , ' with the teal of said Court affixed this
25th dny of September, A. I. IStiD.
Attest: OtU. ti. TUOMltsUiN,
By J. M. HUNTINGTON,
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1373
.NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
IiAxn Officii at Tmb Dallks, Or.,
Nntlce Is hereby given that in compliance wit h tha
provisions of the act of congress of June 3. 1378, en
titled "An act for the saJe of timber lauds in the
states of Cnliforuia, Oregon, Nevada and Washing-
Abraham . JDIsbrow,
Of Hood River, Count? of Wasco. State of Oretron.
has this day filed in this office bin sworn statement
No. 63, for the purchase of the E Hot the Hk. XA
ana an joi tne or oi see is, r l , k io k, and
wm oner prooi to snow mat the land sought is more
valuable fur its timber or stoue than for agricultural
purposes, and to estthhsh his claim to said land be
fore the retrister and receiver ot this office at The
Dalles, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 24th day of Decern-
lie names as witnesses:
Albert B. Jones, Audubon Winans. Wilson R. Wl-
nans. Llmer b. Griffin, all of Hood River. Oreiron.
Any and all persons claim ng adversely the above-
uesunuvu uuiua are requcsuni vo me vneix Claims in
tbis otnee on or before the said 24th dav of Decern.
t. a. mcuowalu, Kester.
The Aim of Bfakelv & Clark has this dav dissolved
by matui.l consent. The business will be continued
at tbe old stand under the firm name and style of
.Biaiceiy s nougnton. uie latter named gentleman
having purchased the interest of Mr. Clark, who re
tires from the firm. All bills and accounts due the
late firm are payable to the firm of filakelv &
Houghton. Oct. 11, 1689.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lard Optics at Thb Dalles, Or.,
October 16. 1880.
Nttlce Is hereby triven that the following named
eettkr has filed notice of bis intention to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that Moid
proof will be made before the register and receiver
oi tne V. s. land omce at ine Danes, or., on Novem
ber 27, 1889, viz:
John F. Root,
Hd 1251. for the SE U of the N W VT. W W of the N
and NW i of the SW, Sec 8, T 1 S, R 13 .
He names the following witnesses to prove bis
aontinuous resideace upou and cultivation of said
Joseph Means. A. B. Mt tt. A. J. Grubb. Thomas
Gray, all of Tbe Dalles, Or.
OCtltf X . A MCUUAL,LI, ItOflStCr.
Tents, Wagon Covers, Carriage Trimmings. Etc
Country Orders Promptly a tended co
SchUkr's and Tuhkr Ask Wagons,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL.
and I31clismitlis' Stock.
tySole Asent for tbe IMPRUVEa) MONARCH Washing Uachine.-e
THE 0R0 FIND WINE ROOMS,
AJT. ICliJIlLiEIt, Proprietor.
en Gregoi-io "Vineyard Co. Agency.
All Wines and Brandies Guaranteed Strictly Pure.
The Best Wines, liquors and Cigars Always on gale.
iry tte best remedy tor Dyspepsia, "Dandelion Tonio"
In tbe Circuit 'Court of the state of Oregon for
Joseph Stadelman, Plaintiff, vs. the Missionary So-
viCLy ui nie aieiiiimisv r.piscupai
To the Missionary Soeiety of the Methodist Episco
pal ijnurcn, ine aoove nanteu ueienoani:
In the name of the Stae of Orecon: Ton are
hereby required to appear and answer the complaint
niea against you in ine aoove enutieu suit wiinin
ten days from the date of the service of this sum
mons upon you. if served within this county: oi
if served in any other county of this state, then
within twenty d&ys from the date of the service of
this summons upon you, and it served bv publica
tion upon, then on or before the first day of the
next regular teim oi baia court, to wit, Monday the
llth day of November, 1883, that being the firot ju
dicial day of said term; and if you fail so to apptar
lor want tnereor tne plaintin will Use a decree
aeamst vou. declaring1
First, That plaintiff is the owner in fee simple to
tne wnoie oi ine xmiowingr oesenoea tract oi rea
estate lYinir and beinir situated in Wasco county,
Oregon, and being more particularly described as
follows, to wit: Bcgmning at a point on
the township line between townships one
and two, where the east line of the
Catholic Misi'n Claim crosses said township
line, thence south with said east Hue of sid Catho
lie Mission 807 feet to where it intemecU The Palles
Military Reservation line; thence H bV 40" E with
said Military Reseivation line 1546 feet; thence N
69'10"W 1462 feet to where it intersects the township
line bet wet n townships one and two; thence west
on said twnthtp Una 2s9 feet to the place of netrin
niiur. and beinir tar is of the NE L of the NW K.
and of the N W ot the NE of fa No. 4 in T 1 ti,
K 13 E, and containing-16 84-100 acres of land,
hecuiid, That the defendant has no right or title to
saiu laud nu that deieuuent be forever barred , es
topped and enjoined from setting up or claimiug
an rufnc or title or in re res i in saia aescnoea land,,
awl for such other and f ui tber relief as may seem
just and proper in the premises and for hia costs and
difalmrsemeuts of this suit.
This HUinmons is published in The Dalles Times
MoujkTAix ker, by order of Bon. J. U. Bird, judge of
tlie Circuit Court for the seventh judicial district oi
Dated at chambers at Dalles City, Oregon, this
tin day oi beptuuoer, it&u.
STORY ft BRADS HAW,
Attorneys for Plff.
Strong, Durable, Neat, and the Cheapest Fence in the World.
H B. REED, Proprietor.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
AIRS, E. WIXGATE,
Of old firm of E. Wiugate & Co
B. WINGATE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Crockery, Hardware and Farm Implements.
300 to 304 Second St.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
PRINZ & NITSCHKE,
WHULiMALK AND KETA1L
Furniture & Carpet Dealers
Are happy to announce to the
public that they have (succeeded
in procuring the special jobbing
rates oi the celebrated
which enables us to sell Furni
tue and Carpets at prices hith
erto unknown in Oregon.
A Few of Our Quotations will Convince the Most Sceptical:
Hardwood bent Chairs, each 75 ct I Bed-lounges 15 00
uane KocKers 3200 Ash lied room Sets 28 00
Ash Bedsteads 8 50 I Bnusels Carpets, per yard 7a
Woven-wire Mattresses S 60 I lnirraiu Carpets, do 2t
Lounges 12 00 I
Call, and usiti ss
In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Wasco.
In the matter of the estate of Asa Strong, deceased,
late of the County of Wasco ana
State of Oregon.
To the heirs of said deceased:
In the name of the State of Ores-on: Ton are
hereby cited and reouired to appear in the county
court for the state uf Oregon, Wasco county, at tbe
court room thereof, in I'alies City, Wasco county,
Oregon, on Wednesday, the 6th dy of November, A
U. 1&U, 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 tbe corner at the junction of Court and Main
streets, thence 100 feet northerly at right angles to
Main street, to stake, thence SI fett nesteny and
parallel to Main street, thence southerly to Main
street to a point 21 feet from the beginning, thence
along toe north line of Main street to the place ol
beginning, and being part of lot 5. in Dalles City,
Wasco county. Oreiron. Said property being in
Dalles City, Wateo County, Oreiron.
Witness, the Hon. C. W. Thornbury, Judge of the
hora entitled Court, with the seal of the said
Court on this 5th day of Oct., A. D. Ie89.
CAXJ! St. iUUHfllHJttl,
Alttst: GEO. H. THOMPSON, County Clerk,
12ec4t by J. M. HUNTINGTON. Deputy
C. G. ROBERTS, Manager,
Tlio Talles, - Orearoii.
The most desirable Warehouse in town for the storage and
exhibition to buyers.
Forwarding, Consignments, Grading and Baling
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Cash advanced for freights and on consignments.
Highest Cash Price paid for Wool, Pelts and Furs.
The Celebrated French Cure,
Is Sold on a
to cn re any
form of nervous
disease, or nny
disorder of tiio
gnus of either
BEFOhE bine from the AFTEQ
exceuive use of Stimulants, Tulmcvu or Opium
or through youthful indiscretion, ox-i-r imliili'.
eucc, Ac. such as Loss of Drain l'owcr, Wnkeful
iiess. Bearing diiwn Pniiis ill the Buck, Seminal
U cnkliess. 11 VNtfriA K-rvnn Pr,Mttiiitl,.t Knctnnu
ai emissions. Iucorp)io?a, Dizziness, Weak Mem
ory, Lossnf J'mrernnd Iiniioteiicy, which If ue-
giecieii oiten lead to prematiireohlaceninl insitn-
ny. rnt-eti.uu a box. t oozes lor o.0U cent by
uinn reeeijK rn price.
A WRITTEN GUAR ASTM foreTorv f S.Ot
order, to refund the money if a l'eriiia'neut
cure is not effected. Thousands of testimniiirils
f mm old and voune. of both sexes, neruanentlr
cured by APHHnniTiNr!. Circular frw. Address
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
BOX 27 PORTLAND, OR
BLAKELEY & HOUGHTON, Druggists.
SOLE AGENTS FOB
I have endeavored to personally see the owners of
eity property, in order that I murht make an intel
ligent and equitab'e assessment. In many case. I
have failed to find the parties at home. Believing
that my duty in the premises has been fully done,
an finding my latere stork of patience at a very low
ebb. I otficiallv request all those whom I have not
seen, to oil upon me at my office as smhi as practi
cable. HUGH GOURLAY,
In the County Court of the State of Oregon "for the
ixjuniv oi nasco.
In the Matter of the Estate nf Henry Whittaker,
deceased Citation. "
To all the unknown heirs, if any there be, of the
aoove named deceased, ureetinfr: f
In the name of tbe state of Oregon, You are here
by cited and required to appear in the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for the County of Wasco, at
the court room thereof, at Dalles City, in said coun
ty, on Monday, the 41h day of November, 1889, at 1
o clock in tne afternoon ot that day, then and nitre
to show caiur, if any there be, why an order should
not be made and entered heroin authorizing and di
recting the executrix ef the above named estate to
sell all oi tne real estate neioiiiniHt to saia estate, in
wit: Lots J, K, and L in block 84 of the Fori Dalles
Military Reservation in Dalles City, Wasco county,
.. Witness, the Hon. CN. Thornbury,
4 seal. Judge of the said County Court, with
' v ' ' the seal of said Court amxed, this
26th day of September, A. D. 1881).
Attest: GEO. H. THOMPSON,
By J. M. HUNTINGTON,
1,500 SPANISH MERINO EAMS
From the Eimrock Sheep Rancli.
TK HAVE FOR THIS SEASON'S TRADE, f.(H THOROUGHBRED AND lOOO HIGH GRAT
V Rami, all of which are in fine condition, and tree iroin aiwcso. coniiaer our rams lor ui
season's trade, the best lot we have ever offered to rhc public, and only ask au Inspection to provs wh.
ThoVe wishinpr rams would do well to call early, select, brand, and leave them with us FREE .
CHARGE until Areedin? season this fall.
Prices Lower tlimi Ever, nix 101 lny.
Thanking our many patrons for their veiy liberal patronage accorded us in the past, ws respectful
anllmfc sn in-.nf.i.t.i.in nf mir stm-lr I hi. ,Miin.
Our ranch is loented on The Dalles and Prinevllle Stage Road at HAY CREEK, Crook County, Orago
For further particulars, call on or aiiriress.
BALDWIN SHEEP AND LAND CO.,
Rncrmssn. to VAN IIOUTEN KROS. A CO., Dav Caaaa,
I. f WlLIfflS A Co.
SUCCESSORS TO LATE FIRM
33. WINGATE CO.
A COMPLETE LIKE OP FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Iron and Steel5
STUDEBMER WAGONS." HACKS AND BUGGIES
A. L. NEWMAN
Has opened a
Corner of Second and Union Sts.
GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, PROVISIONS. ETu
The groceries will be new and fresh, and such as are demande
in this market.
In connection with the Grocery will supply Bread and Pastry r
REMOVAL ! REMOVAL !
Eemoved to 176 and 178 Second St.,
ZD- TXT". Ed-wards,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Papers, Decoration
Mouldings and Picture Frames, Cor
nice Poles, Etc.
Oil Paintings, Chromos and Steel Engravings.
XOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Otnci at Tui Uallks, Orsoox,
October 29, 180.
Notice Is herebr iriven that the followinz-named
setUex has filed notice of bis intentioo to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that tai'l proof
will be made before the rejrtfeter and receiver at The
Dalles, Oregon, on December 20, Ibfifl, viz:
Bd 1159, for the E 14 of tbe NE, and E of the SE
i, Stc 28, T 1 8, K 15 E.
He names the following; witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of. said
Albert Roberta. H. C. Crockett, Kesor Gilhomen,
of The Dalles, Oreiron, and Jaiob Craft, of liansene,
nova r. A. MCDONALD, aepna.
W Coramission and Forwar
391, 393 and 395 SECUND BTWfiJfiT,
(Adjoining Railroad Depot.)
Consignments Solicited !
Prompt Attention to tnose who favor ma -with their patronage.
The Highest Price paid in Cash for Wheat, Barley, Etc., Etj
THE DALLES. OREGON
&; SINNOTT. Proprietors
THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN ORECON.
Frpp Hmnihus tn and from the Hotel.
Fire-Prcof Safe fcr the Safety of all Valuables.
Tisletand Banaaae Office of the Oregon BaUvay L- NaviqaHon Company, and Office oj tht
Western Union Telegraph Company, are tn e Hotel.
TRAINS DEPART FROM THIS HOUSE AT 12:10 P M JKK WALLA WALLA
2:40 P. M. PORTLAND
THE : GEKMAMIA
CHAS. STUBLING, - - Proprietor,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Old Mash and Pioneer Bourbon Whiskies.
All brand,? of Imported Liquors,
Ale and Porter and Genuine Key
West Cigars, A full line of Cali
fornia Wines and Brandies.
90 SECOND STREET, - - THE DALLES. OREGON.
Q. T. THOMPSON.
THOMPSON & FARCHEB,
Vpjir Mint buiUlinc, Second St.
Horie-Sboxng an General JoWlj
Prices reasonable and to suit the time.
Tygh Valley Mercnant and Excbaneg
Floor Kqnl t the Vest. Mill Feed
sp21 W. M. McCORKLE, Prop.