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SATURDAY.. DECEMBER 10. 1892
The seventh day of rest, obsarved
by Christian nations, originated in the
dosmas of the relision of Judaism. Its
observance dates far back in the his
' tory of the .Israelites, and its object
being to inculcate the idea of worship
of the deity, was very successful with
that superstitious people. In the first
ages of Christianity, perhaps, it tended
- largely to satisfy the prejudicial in
clinations towards the old faith of the
converts to the new religion. As its
: benents as a ' sanitary measure were
- . apparent, it became in general favor,
and we find it adopted by statutory
law from the time of Constantino. ' In
. . the pagan world, festivals were, fre
quent, and it appears to have been the
; universal opinion ' that a portion of
time in which the physical and mental
functions v should cease from labor,
aside from the hours devoted to sleep,
was necessary for the welfare and well
being of the human family. '"-
' ' With the landing of the Puritans the
. common law and the customs of Eng-
. . land were transplanted in this country,
and with these the observance of the
Sabbath.: As their models of conduct
were principally taken from the old
'Bible, this day was not so mtfchde
: voted to rest as to strict religious de
votions, and it left the body and mind
in a more impaired condition than if
y the usual vocations had been followed.
In nearly every 'state of the union this
law was re-enacted; but it is very
doubtful if convictions could be had
" under the statute in but few courts in
The question of opening the Col urn
bian exposition on Sundays has
brought this subject prominently be
fore the American people, and at the
'.' ' first meeting of congress next week
, ; thousands of petitions will be laid be-
, fore that body asking that the fair be
'kept open on these days. There are
many arguments in favor of Sa nday
opening of the exposition, and these
should receive consideration from sen
ators and representativt s. The me
chanic, laborer or artisan whosde votes
his time during the week to his em-
- ployment, shouid not be debarred on
the only idle day from availing him
self of the great opportunity of im
proving himself mentally by the works
of art and of mechanism which which
will be on exhibition. - At the fair
. there will be means of education which
the American people will not enjoy
again for a century, if ever. The
chricest paintings and works of me
' chanical skill of the old world will be
- freely exhibited, and the laborer
i should be granted the privilege of
viewing and examining" these, as well
as the Gentleman ' of leisure and of
; wealth. If the exhibition is closed on
Sunday, the time will be more vicious
ly employed than it could be on tLe
exposition grounds, as the great city
of Chicago will furnish allurements in
- every manner for visitors, and every
day of the week. The great teacher
' said, when combatting this pharasai
al notion of the holy day,' that the
Sabbath was made for man and not
7 man for the Sabbath, and this lncul-
. eates the idea of man being benefitted,
physically and mentally, by its obserV'
ance. Locfc the doors of the exposi
tion buildings against tfiVeager throng
- of visitors on Sundays, and they will
be driven into the saloons and bagnios
of the city. This holy, sacred day will
: by this means be changed from one of
the worship of God, and of beauty and
. purity in art and nature, to one of
, adoration of vice and everything that
tends to depravity.
It is very evident that trie mone
.tary conference in Brussels will end
without accomplishing much in the
direction of bi-metallism. With the
great commercial nations of the world,
the single standard is preferred, and
any change might unsettle business af
fairs foe a long time. " For this reason
the adoption of the double standard
will be very difficult, and it is doubt
ful whether Great Britain will ever
depart from her present position on
Tbe regular . monthly meeting of the
cooiicil was held at the council chambers in
this city Saturday, Dec. 3, 1892, t 8 o'clock
Present: Robert Mays, mayor; JC. E
Haight, Paul Kreft, C. F. Lauer. T. N.
JolesandE. B. Dufur, coancilmen. -
Minutes of last meeting read and ap
proved. Resignation of H. J. Maier, councilman
from the First ward, on account of removal
from- the ward, was read and. on motion!
A petition of citizens, asking that Second
street, from Union Btreet to Laughlin street
be ordered cleaned, was read and, on mo-
, tion, granted, and the same was ordered
cleaned at tne expense of the property
owners, except squares; also that the street
commissioner do instructed to notify prop-
e.ty owners immediately.
Remonstrance of Max Vogt & Co. against
. heir property, north of Third street, being
taxed for the proposed Washington street
- sewer, was read andr on motion, laid over
till next meeting.
The petition of W, J. Jeffers for deduc-
' tion of indebtedness was read, and on mo
tion the same was ordered not allowed ex
cept (100 shown by the petition to be owing
to Dalles National bank, and that that sum
be deducted from petitioner's assessment
The verbal petition of F. Lemke, asking
that the water be drained from certain
streets, adjacent to his property, was re
ferred to committee on streets and publio
property. - -
The report of committee on streets and
public property, in regard to matters re
ferred to them, was read and on motion re
ceived and placed on file. , . " -
The fire and water committee verbally re
ported that tbey had made the necessary al
terations in the Phillips' building, and the
same was now- in good condition for occu
pancy as engine house.
The street committee reported that light
could net be - removed from Third and
Laughlin street - to Ninth and Peotland
streets. ' f . .- j ,"
On motion ordered that the light at Third
and Laughlin street be discontinued, and
that the committee confer with the electric
company in regard to having a light placed
at corner Ninth and Pentland streets.
Application of J. D. Marquiss to rent
square at corner of Liberty and Thirteenth
streets, was referred to committee on streets
and pnblic property.
On motion the taxes of A. Donaldson were
On motion ordered that tho taxes of Mar
garet Farley be remitted.
l lie petition ot Liinra J. Logan for cor
rection of assessment was granted and as
sessment ordered corrected accordingly.
On motion ordered that the petition of G
V. Bolton for correction of assessment be
On motion ordered that the petitions of
Annie J. FitzGerald and Mrs. Catherina
Fish for correction of assessment be referred
back to judiciary committee for farther re
James Wood was elected councilman for
first ward, vice H. J. Maier rcssgncd.
R. V. Gibons was elected night watch'
man, yiee Uon uowe resigned by reason ot
The recorder was instructed to renew the
insurance on new engine house.
The committee on streets and pnblic
property . was ordered to dispose of street
The report of street commissioner reccm
mending construction of new sewer between
Jefferson and Laughlin streets was referred
to committee on streets and publio prop
The marshal was instructed to post no
tices forbid Jing persons to tie horses on the
east end of Third street.
The following bills were allowed
KMenefee. recorder .......8100 00
D llaloney, mirshal HO 00
J F Btaniels, St. eomtn 75 00
it Korden, treasurer.- zo w
Geo J Brown, ne fire debt 80 00
3 H Fish, Are warden 12 90
Mrs W E Bunnell, caring for Woods family.. 4 SO
Prints & Nitjchke, chairs. . . . .
L P Ostlund, repairing buildings
Ben Fole, eirjmr for siclt- -
I)r O DDoane, me i attendance
Maier ft Benton, 1 crd oak wood
Joles Bros, I can coal oil.
Paul Kreft ft Co, paper hanging
Corey McDonald, repairing
Water com. water rent
FM Kinir. labor .......
Maier & Benton, keg nails
DaIIcs Lumbenn Co, lumber
C E Haiirht, feeding prisoner
W H Lockhead, hav
Hair ft Benton, jail locks...... ......
Ike Perry, labor
O C Bills, night watchman
C W Rice, night watchman .'
Dalles Electric Co, lighting marshal's office..
Did He Suioide?
The residents of Birch Creek, in Uma
til la county, entertain another theory re
lating to the killing of McCarthy last week,
which was bronght oat at the coroner's in
quest, and that the deed was premeditated
According to this opinion young Mc
Carthy was shot in bis cabin the night be
fore Alexander said the shooting ocenrred.
The herder's cabin is located a short dis
tance above Alexander's place. It is thought
that he went there in the night and, sud
denly opening the door, tired at McCarthy,
ibis bullet indicting the wound in the side.
Kuowinp; that the yonng man had a rifle,
lie then hastily retreated. Next morning,
Friday, he went to view the consequences
of his crime and, finding young McCarthy
dead, told the story he afterward related in
order to shield himself as much as possible.
In this version of the ca'e, also, the beliet
is entertained that McCarthy shot himself
in the head with his rifle in order to escape
the misery of his wound, although it is
thought possible that Alexander might
have fired both shots and afterwards ar
ranged the body to carry oat tho suicide
The pistol, an old one, which Alexander
used, was borrowed by him Thursday even
ing from a neighbor, a Mr. Arrowsmith.
lie said he had seen a deer which he wished
to kill. He also borrowed a horse at' the
same time for the purpose of gathering np
his stock. .
All agree that Alexander was a good ma
to keep away from. Wheiher McCarthy
trespassed upon his place or not conld no
be learned. It is reported that they had
some trouble a few days before the shoot'
Rural Press: For the last six mont hs
the Southern Pacific railroad company has
been concentrating all of its broken-down,
worn-oat, saparannaated engines at the
yards in West Oakland. There were en
gines 01 all sorts and conditions, ot every
make and-of various degrees of beauty
Some looked as though they were as good
as any that now make regular trips. Others
were ramshackled, rusty looking affairs
that seemed to have come from the bottom
of the sea. In all nearly 100 were got ten
together and placed on various sidetracks
in the yards wherever there was room and
where they would be oat of the way,
Every one was absolutely worthless so far
as the purpose for which they were origin
ally built was concerned. One day last
week a gang of men went to work on the
old engines and blew them op, one by one,
with dynamite, in order to cet tbe old i:
and brass in saleable shape.
Portland Dispatch; A most horrible ac
cident occurred this mornirjg about 10
o'clock by ' which Frank Biglow, a brake'
man, lost his Life. He was coupling the
cars of a freight train when he accidentally
fell under tbe train and before tbe moving
cars could be stopped tbey had passed over
his body, cutting bim in two across ' the
stomach. Biglow was well known and
much liked by his associates. He has been
io the employ of tbe Southern Pacific com
pany for the past eight yean and regarded
as one of their most competent men. He
is about 30 years of age and leaves a wife
and one child. His remains were bronght
to the city by special train and were taken
to Holuian'a nndertaking parlors. He was
a member of the A. O. U.
W. and also of
the Knights ot Pythias.
The East Oregonian says: A man named
John Knopf was found dead Saturday after
noon about two o'clock in Frank Arnold's
dwelling near his saloon' in Pendleton. He
sat in a chair beside a table with his head
against the wall when discovered in this
position by Adolph Seeger and others, who
(elt his pulse and found that life hid de
parted. He had probably been dead about
two hours. Knopf was subject to heart
disease, and suffered an attack about two
weeks ago which caused him to fall uncon
scious. He had been in the country about
ten years, was formerly a herder, and lately
had been working for Mr. Ruddock in the
mountains. He is aged about 60 years, and
had relatives living in J Pennsylvania. He
had some money in the Walla Walla bank.
An inquest will be held.
Friday morning Thomas Isitt went before
Justice Burgess and swore oat a warrant for
the arrest of his son, Charles Frederick
Isitt, aged 15 years, says the W. W. Jour
nal, on tbe charge of being a . vagrant, in
corrigible and uncontrollable by his parents.
When the boy was arrested he fought the
officer and it became necessary to tie his
hands and feet in order to get him to the
justice court. Justice Burgess sent him to
the superior court, when Judge Upton is
sued an order commanding tbe boy's father
to appear in court at 10 o'clock Saturday
morning and show cause why his son should
not be committed to tbe reform school;
Young Isitt is now confined in the eountv
jail. The boy is very unruly, his parents
not having the least control over him.
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braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, tever
sores, tetter, cbapped bands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cores piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money ' refunded. Price 25 cents pe
box. For sale by snipes & Kinerslr
Elected la Bis Bat.
Walla. Walla, Dec. 5 J. R. Wilson
aod G. W, Winkle, candidates for tbe
office of county surveyor, who received
an equal number of votes at the last elec
tion,, met in tbe office of Auditor
Hawely this afternoon to decide . their
fa'e. The slips of paper, one coDtain'ng
tbe name of Wilson and tbe other Winkle,
wero placed id a bat. - Winkle bad tbe
first draw. Ho drew out a slip with bis
own name written upon it and was dn
cided tbe winner, Tbe auditor will issue
a certificate of election to Winkle. It
was distinctly understood between tbe
two candidates before the drawing that
no contest would bo entared, no matter
which tbe tie decided, Therefore tbete is
no opposition to Winkles taking tbe
A Cowardly Murder.
Zebclon, Ga , Dec. 5 At a party near
Reid's Crossing Thursdav night. Will
Stanley shot and killed Martin Thomas.
Thomas and Stanley were talklDg about
a skin game nf cards in which the latter
had lost $1 25. Stanley said, "You have
won your d d last; say yoor prayers"
Thomas fell on bis knees, ana wnne in
that attitude was shot dead. Stanley
then Enid: "Have I killed jou? If I
have got any more enemies here let them
Suicide at Tacoma.
Tacojia, Dec. 5 A woman who may
be Mrs. A. P Bently, of Los Angeies,
Cal., committed suicide here to day in
the room of Harry W. Clarke, a drum
mer, at the Gandolfo house. According
to a diary, she left Los Angeles Thursday,
November 10, arriving here on trie 17tD,
She also used tbe Dames Mrs. Mary A
Clarke, Mrs. Mildred Cormick, and Mrs.
Dalton. Tbe cause of tbe suicide is un
known. Clarke's pistol was used.
A Murderer Pardoned.
Sacramento, Dec. 4 Governor Mark -ham
has commuted tbe sentence of Rich
ard Pollard, who was convicted of mur
der in the first degree in Nevada county
la January, 1878, and senteDced to hfo
imprisonment. Pollard shot and killed
Henry Frye at Grass Valley in 1877. He
will be released January 1. Tbe "gov
eroor has stipulated that Pollard -shall
abstain from tbe use of intoxicating
Why Hot Eejoice?
Capt. Thorpe, an English officer at Locnst
Point, near Baltimore, ordered the two
British ehjps lying there, to have their yards
and masts decorated in honor of Cleveland's
election. They were accordingly decorated
with the .British ensign at the masthead,
and bunting from stem to stern.
Capt. Thorpe decUre.1 that England
would be benefited by Cleveland's elec tiou
as mush as this country would be.
It was this same belief that caused 30,-
000 foreigners to be naturalized the past
year in New York. 15,000 in Brooklyn, and
15,000 in the rest of tbe state". 54,000 of
these men fled from their homes to a land
of promise, and good wages, voted tor
Cleveland und free trade, and 6,000 for
Harrison and protection to American soil
and its people.
Fossil Journal: Last Sunday morning
three strangers started from Lone Rock
with about twenty bead of horses which
they had gathered in that vicinity, going
towards Haystack. . Frank Crawford met
them and cut out of the bunch half a dozen
of his father's horses, also four bead belong
ing to Mr. Wick. More of Wick's horses
being missing, Squire Clarke issued a war
rant for tbe arrest of the thieves, and Otho
Ward, Dad Flynn, George Perry and sev
eral others started out to capture them,
They came up with two ot tbe men near
Haystack, viz: Gid Rsins and a German
named Murphy, and placed them under ar
rest. They said that their companion had
gone with the horses, and part of the posse
armed with Winchesters, at last accounts
were on the trial.
It is aaid tbat the grapevine of Mrs. Blao-
chard io Canemah bore this year about 1200
pounds of fruit. . The viae is of enormous I
pioportions. It has a circumference near
the ground of 47 iuobes, and at tbe height
of one foot divides into two branches, one
of which at tbe point of division has a cir
cumference of 37 inches and tbe other of 25
inches. The two branches together have a
length of over 29 feet and some of the
grapes are an inch in diameter. The vine
is of the Isabella variety, was budded in
1857 on a California stock; by J. P. Blanch-
ard. Wine made from tbe crapes by Mrs.
Blanchard has tbe flavor of choice port.
Thomas Alford, an old pioneer and high
ly respected citizen of Harrisburg, Lane
conntv, died last Tuesday. He was born
on May 13. 1802, in Virginia. In 1850 he
came to Oregon and took np a homestead
on Muddy, three miles north of Harrisburg,
where be lived until last spring, when he
moved to Harrisburg. He was a good man,
honest, upright aod kind. Everybody
respected and loved Uncle Thomas Alford
and they will min him most who knew
him best. Three times he has been married
and was the father of sixteen children, six
of whom are still living and, with the aged
and honored wife who survives him, they
have the sympathy of the entire 'Com
Eugene. Eeyister:' Bjth of the wayward
girls, Lulu Dodson and Jessie Bash, who
were committed to the Home of Refuge at
Portland, from Lane coubty and escaped
therefrom, have been recaptured and . re
turned to that institution. Speaking of
tbe capture of the girls, the Sunday Wei-
come says: six weeks ago Lulu Uoason
left her borne, fell in with a young man
living in Eugene who had led ber astray
and since then she has passed her time in
chasing tbe pleasures of a sinful life, caring
little for the results so long as she was hav
ing a good time.
- THE . UUKCHFJ.
T71IRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. O. D. Tatmh,
I ' Pastor. Services every babbath at the Academy
at 11 A. M. Sabbath school immediately after the
services. Prayer meeting every Friday evening at
the pastors residence
lr E. CHURCH Rev. Jso. Whislxb. Pastor
i I . Services every Sunday tnorninr and evenine
Sunday School at 12:20 o'clock P. U. A cordial invi
tatioc extended by both pastor and people to all.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev.W.C. Ccaiis
J Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 A. M. and
:30 r. M. Sunday School alter morning service.
OT. PETER'S CHURCH Rev. Father BaomensT
(J Pastor. Low Mass every Sunday at 7 A. M. High
Mass at 10:30 A.M. vespers at 7 l". Jl. -
T. PAUL'S CHURCH. Union Street, opposite
Fifth. Rev. EU D. Butcuffe, Rector. Services
every Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:S0 P M., Sunday
school at 2:30 P. M. Evening Prayer on Friday a)
:80 P.M. . .
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rsv. J. W. Jararxs, pas-
l tor. Preaching every Sunday aiternoon at 9
''clock in the Congregational church. All are cor
L. P. OSTLUND
I will furnish drafts and estimates on til boil din a
dwellings and stores.
Mr. Ostinnd Is a practical mechanic,?and the plant
drafted by him will proveTartistio, cheap anddui
Denny, Bice & Co.
Wool & Commission Merchants
610 Atlantic Ave., Boston.
V9 Cash adranoes mads on consignment.
Contractor and Builder
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lasd Orpici at Vancouver,1 Wash.,
November 17, 1S92.
To Williaai L. Lee and all whom it my concern:
Notice is hereby riven that the following-named set-
tiers nave tiled nonce of their Intention to make
final proofs in support of their chums, and that said
I proofs will be made before W. R. Dunbar. Comuus
Bioner umiea Btaies urcuil ueurs, oiscnci ox waan-
mgton, at nis otnee. in uoldendaie, wash., on Jan.
16, 1S93, viz-
Homestead Application No. 8280, for the WJ4 of
SlAi. Sh'J of SWJ, and NEJ of SWJ, Sec 19, Tp 3 N,
R U E, W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, viz: George O. Lindsay, Anuas Campbell.
Melville M. Warner, William Bndgefanner, all of
HartUnd postoffice, Washington. y
Purchase Application No. 243. under Se-. 8, Forfeit-'
ure Act, Sept. 29, 1890, for the EU of NEi, and KU
of SE&, Sec 19,.Tp 3 M. K 11 E, W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove Ms
claim to said land, viz: George G. Lindsay, Anirus
Campbell, Melville M. Warner, William Bridge,
farmer, all of Hartland postoffice, Washington.
GEO KG E G. LINDSAY,
Purchase Application No. 289. u"der Sec. 3, Forfeit
ure Art, S pt. 29, 1890, for tbe NEi, Sec 21, Tp 3 N,
R IS E, W U.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
claim to said land, viz: Wendelin Leidl, Angus
Campbell, Melville M. Warner, William Uridge
farmer, all of Hartland postoflice, Washington.
Purchase Applicatiod Noy29, under Sec. S, Forfeit
ure Act, Sept. 29. 1890,or the SEJ of SEJ, Sec 21,
Tp 3 N. R 13 E, W M
He names the following witnesses to prove his
claim to said land, viz: Marvin M. Splarn, John
Kure, William Bridgefarmer, Hartland postoffice,
Wash.; William Van Vactor, GolJendale p.stomce,
JOHN A. SPLAWN.
Purchase Application No. 30, under Sec. 3, Forfeit
ure Act, Sept. 29, 1890, for the of SWjj, Sec 29,
Tp 3 N, R 13 E, W M.
He names tbe following witnesses to prove his
claim to said land, viz: John H. Ward. William A.
O. Markman, Walter M. Harbison, Hartland post
ofScs, Wash.: William Garner, Lyle postoffice. Wash
WILLIAM O. A. MARCKMANN,
Purchase Application No 49, under Sec. 3. Forfeit
ure Act. Sept. 29, 1890, for the NE, Sec 33, Tp 3 N,
B 13 E, W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
claim to Baid land, viz. John M. Splawn, John Kure,
Gabriel ilardisou, Hartlani po stofficc, Wash.; Will
iam Van Vactor, Goldendale postoffice. Wash.
nv20 JOHN D. GEOGHEGAN, Regi-ter.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Oma at Th Dalles, Or.
Nov. 6, 1892.
Notice is hereby given 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 Reinster and Receiver of th.
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Or., on December
26, 1892, viz:
Hd. App. No. 2060, for the SWV, Sec 34, Tp 1 N,
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residenco upon, and cultivation of, said
E. F. Sharp, H. 6 Hannah, J. L. Hannah, H. 1.
Adams, all of The Dalles, Or.
nvl2 JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Offici at Tm Dalles, Orkoos,
Nov. 1, 1892.
Notice is hereb'v siven that the foUowinir-named
settler his filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and tLat said proof
will be made before the Register and Receiver of the
U. S. land office at The Dalles, Or., on Decemner 12,
Hd. Ann No. 3842 for the WK SWi SE!a 8WV.
and SW!4 SE, of Sec 13, Tp 4 S, R 12 E, W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation ot said
H. Chrisman. A. C. Sanford. The Dalles. Or.: G.
W. etout, b. Pratt, Wamic, Or.
nvl2 JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Labs Oraci at The Dallxs, Orkoob,
Nov. 9, 1892.
Notics is herebv given that in compliance with the
provisions of the act of congress of Ju'ie 8,' 1878, en
titled ''An act for the sale of timber lands in the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory," Huldah McCoy, of Portland, county of
Multnoman, state of Oregon, has this day filed in
this office her sworn statement, No., for the
purchase of the W hf SW or. Sec 14. and NE or SE
qr. and SE qr NE qr, of Sec 15, in Tp 6 8, R 10 E.
and will offer proof go show that the land sought is
more valuable for its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, aod to establish her Claim to said
land before the register and receiver of this office at
The Dalles, Oregon, on the 1st day of February,
She names as witnesses Q W ITcOv. cf Portland.
Oregon, Hampton Kelly, W M Ridgeway, Isaac E
Rice, of Wapimtia, Oregon.
Anv and all persons daiminfir adveraelv tbe above.
des ribed lands are requested to file their claims in
this otnee on or oeloru sahl 1st day of February.1893.
juna w Lewis, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lxd Omci at Thb Dallxs, Orkooi,
aov. 1. itz.
Notice is herebv iriven that the f jilowimr-named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claisn and that said proof will
be made before the register and receiver at The
uaues, or., on Dec lz, liari, yis:
CHARLES W. WING,
Hd. App. Ko. 3834, for tbe NEVi NWJ, nd V
nfil, oec ia, -rp o, a a, ana n a w, boc
18, Tp O, tt 13 JS, VT M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said .1
E. N. Chandler, H. Chrisman, The Dalles, Or.; G.
v. dioui, rrea cnanaier, wamic, ur.
nvl2 ' JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
NOTICE is here iy iriven that I have been ap
pointed by the Honorable County Court of
Wasco countv. Oreiron. at the October term tier eof.
A. D. 1892. sole executor of the last will and testa
ment of W. BcD. Lewis, late of said countv and
state. All persons haTiiur claims' airainst the aaid es
tate are n quired to present them to me, properly
verified, within six months from the date of the first
11 urn ursfe
publication of this notice. Such claims
seated at The Dalles National BaUr, in The
Oreiron. Z. F. MOODY.
octzy . bole Executor oi said estate,
COUNTY TREASURER'S NOTICE
All couLty warrants registered prior
April I, 1889, will be paid if presented
my om;e, corner lhird and
streets. . Interest ceases on
The Dalles, Oct. 31, 1892.
. Treasurer Wasco County, Oregon
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OommenolnsT May 1, 1893
The History Company, of San Francisco. Cal
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TOa 8AJ si S7 luuiuiuuiuiiu
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Price of Queen's Antl-Halrfne
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NEW DISCOVERY by ACCIDENT
In compounding a solution a part ai ac'entlT sullied on tbe band
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t . k . 80 8JM,.Lf .NY CHILD CAN U8e IT.
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