TICKETS On Sale TO OMAHA, Kansas City, St. Paul, Chicago, St. lyouis, AND ALL POINTS EfiBT, PSTH FhD SOOTS. Leaves Heppner, 8 a. m. Arriver 6:50 p. m Pullman Hleeuer, Colonist Sleepers, Reclining Chair Cars and Diners. SUamera Portland to Haii every four days. Frauoisoo Tickets 'teoa? Europe. For ratM and general Information call on Depot Ticket Agent, J. C. HART Heppner, Oregon. W. H. HURLBURT, Asst Ueni. Pom. Agt. WaihlngtonSt., Portland. Orcoom. OFPICIAIj. It Is our onrtient denlre to Imprest upon the inlndB of the public the superiority of the ser vice oilered by the IbcohbIil Central lines to M llvi aukee, ( hicsgo and all points East and Houth. Two fast trains leuveHt. Paul, Minne apolis and Duluth dully, equipped with Pnil mtiii Vestihuled Drawing lioomHleepers, Dining Curs mid (ouches of Ihe latent design, lis Din ing ( ar .Service Is unsurpassed, which iiccounts, to a great degree fur the popularity of thin Hue The Wisconsin Central Lines. In connection with Northern Pacific n. K., Is the only line from Pacific ("oast poinfsover w hich both 1'iiU niau Ventibuled, llrst-elans, and Pullman Tour ist ;srs aru operated via it. Paul without change to Chicago. Pamphlets giving valuable Information can be obtained free upon application to your near est ticket agent, or .1 ak i '. l'iNii,'eieral Passen g and ticket Agent, Chicago, 111. Scientific American Agency for CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, eto, For Information arrt frr-o Handbook wrltfl to MUNN A CO., il HIioAUW V, Nkw VoltK. SldoHt bureau for securing patents In America, very patent taken out tiy us In brontrht before ibe public by a uutlco given free of ohurgo in the Scientific JUtmrau Lnrpest clrr-ulatlnn of my flciontlflc paper In the world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man smitntl be wlllioul It. weekly, Mif.tHr a ear; sum nix tnnntlirt. A.inreMS BlUNity A uo, un Lisa bus. aill ".roudway. New York. L U M 13 E It ! Vt7E HA VK KOIl BAI.IS ALL KINOH OF UN t dreaded. Lumber. J nillcB of Henpner, at what la known ai the SOOTT SAWMIIjIj, PKR 1,000 FKET, KOtlQH, ' CLEAR, $10 00 17 60 f F 11ELIVKRKD IN HHI'PNER, WILL ADD L i.00 per 1,000 feut, additional. L. HAMILTON, Prop. Hatnliton, Man'itr I. A, QCTIOK T.LTVX El ! TO Son Frnnolsoo And all points In California, via llio Mu Shasta route of the Southern Pacific Co. The (treat highway through California to all points Kant and South. (IrandHcenio Route of the Paolfio Cat. Pullman linnet bleepera. Hecond-elaBe Hleepera Attached to express iraina. affording auperior acutuumodatioiu! for Reooiul-claaB piianeuKera. For ratee, tii-keta, sleeping oar renorvntiou, to. call upon or addroaa R. KOEI1LER, Manager. E. P. KOOEltS, Ant. flcn A Xirl I'ortltpi.t Oregon. TAX SALE. 10TI('E 13 IIKIIKI1Y tllVKS T1IAY BY 1 virtue of a warrant lRiued by the t ounty Clerk of the County ol Morrow, state of Oregon, dated the 7th day of October, bs'.l'J, ami lo ine di rected, vouimaiidlUR me to levy upon the gooila and ctiatu-la ol the delinquent tax payers aa de icrlbed in the apHextom'iil rolls of aaid eouuty. and If sulln leut personal property tie not tound. then upon lite real property ol said drllminciil tax payem. or much thereof uh t-lnill be neoott ary tottatlHly aabt tax, together with coala and expciiacu, and lor want of nutliclent personal ftropcrly to satlsiy aatil taxes, I have this dey e led upon the lollou lug dchcrthed real estate, limited and being In Morrow count V, l iregou, and belonging to the follow Ing-uaiueil persona, and the said real estate being duly assessed lo aid persons and the taxes thereon being now wholly unpaid, viz.: AM'T OF TAX J. A. Barnra, S SWV, HK'i of SWt.Sec Is fu i'p i n, it jui-: . ... o to l'e it . lion en, '4, eee in i p - .x, 1. ai K . . W. M. Moore, sK'j. See 'Jt In Tp 1 S.K i', K rvter Eg ley. SW'SeeS in Tp 1 S, K St li 11 I'eire, SW V Sec U In I n I N ot li -.'I E F. Hheller, Mil, sec IJ in I'p 1 N of II K Adolph llcsslugcr, Mi' . ol N b and S W V ot NK'4 amls.S of M-.'4See -J Tp 1 S, It T.K. ilraniei, NWV o!Scc'.si in Tp s'n of i W 7 70 so It .'I K 5 W Mrs. A. C. tlratnel, S' of NKi4 Sec ill In Tp 2 N of It -'( K 2 iVI II. II Leievcr. SE', of SK'i Sit ISand NKx, ot Nl:i see ly and N' ol NWl4 oi Sec .11 Tp BS. K K . . . -V i Further notice Is hereby given that 1 will on aturdny the -nth day ol Nov. W. between the hours ot ten o'clock a. tu, and lour o'clock p. to ol said day, at the trout doors of tluu-ourt house in Hepnner, Morro.v county, Oregon, sell the right, title and Interest ot the said dcliiuiucitt taxpayers, In and to the above dcsctlbed real property, at public auction to tlte highest ami best bidder for cash In hand, the proceeds to he applied to Ihe payment ot said taxes, loiether with cost,, and expenses of sale. Dated this iMli day ol October. 1S'.i. Uko, NoiU.B, WT-RCiw ShoritT of Morrow County, Oregon. wplrhl , Bo It H 188 IU. ft r lu. I, n ! brtUr Ihkl I w.l,l n, u.- l WU. I tun U'lb .rn.'J ,,.' i. Bl.nJ Vuur Un.lni.i.t 10 all u obMvfuily .011 all InumriM If Ir, I -111 nii a lai'l,..u li wplj." PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL. Umbo. aiirflsf, 8ia Sc I. .IMip, tftyUMOftn w II. 1 1, r. IITIII. HIGH. I IIH1II.C1IC1M. JSIsUfSir. FRENCH ROADS. Bow They Are Made a Del Maintained la Perfect Condition. The eicellenco of French roads ia well miown. ine Lnuea butes, consul at Eordeaux describes how they are made, Ihe materials are brought from the nearest quarries and placed at either side of the route surveyed. In order that the full amount contracted for may be delivered the stone must ba heaped m angular piles of prismatic thapo and fixed dimensions. These heaps, placed at a given distance from one another, are afterward visited by an official in spector, and must in all instances fit ex actly beneath a skeleton frame carried by him. The material is usually marble, flint stone or gravel, and whatever is used must be of the best quality and cleansed from all foreign substances. The stone must be broken so that each piece may pass through a ring yt inches in diameter. i It is then spread evenly over the road. the interstices being carefully filled in with Bniall pieces, so that tho whole ia smooth and free from abrupt eminences and depression. A steam roller then crushes and further evens the whole, after which a superficial layer of clay and earth completes the work. Roads are classed as national roads, which are the mam arteries of the system connect ing most distant parts of the country, and are constructed and maintained by the government; department roads, which connect different points of the same department or of two adjoin ing departments, and are constructed and maintained by the department; highways and public roads, which are the property of tho commune through whiif.i they run, but are in practice made and repaired by the department from tuxes levied on tho commune, sup plemented by a department subsidy; cross roads, which are maintained by sums derived from the ordinary reve nues of the commune, occasionally sup plemented by additional taxation, and country roads which are kept in order by the commune, except they are in jured by unusual traffic, when an in demnity may be claimed by the com munal administration. For the purpose of maintaining the common roads tho inhabitants living in the district are obliged to work three days in each year or pay an amount equivalent to the com pensatiou of the laborer for three days. The consul at Ilavro says that French pavements increase in excellence with age. In France, he says, all roads have perpetual attention. If from weight, rain or other causes a hollow, rut or sink is formed, it is rcpnirml at once. Where the space to be repaired is ef limited urea, the rolling of the now coat-. ing is left to the wide tires of tho heavy ' Cilrts. but in th rnttf nF e.vtnn.li.1 nw.na a steam roller is brought' into use. livery carrying miu market cart in Franco is a roadmakor instead of a rut- malter, for it has tires usually from four inches to six inches in width. Scientific American. Roads und Kconoiuicn. The condition of the common roads has a very interesting economic bearing of a direct nature, and an indirect one not Iosb iuipurtant. In the matter of the earning capacity and vuluo of horses 1 and other draft animals the common roads have direct effect. If a liorso can j do one-third more work on a good road I and he in a working condition one-third longer than he can on a bad road, then his earning capacity, and hence his value, is increased just one-third. This assumption is based upon a very low es timate. Iu all probability, if it were possible to make tin exact calculation, it would bo found that the earning ca pacity and the total length of service able life of draft animals would be more nearly doubled than increased only one third. The census enumerators of 1890 found that there were iu this country U,213,- 817 horses, valued at Iftib each; 2,11111, 027 mules, valued at $78 each, and 80, 810,024 oxen and other draft animals. valued at $15 each making a total of 63,!11W,888 animals nsed on the roads, at a total value of $l,721,f35,7t)8. All these homes and mules work at some time on the roads, and indeed much the greater part of the total work done by them is upon country roads and city streets. If all the work done by them was upon tho roads, the increased valuation, based upon tho above hypothesis of earn ing capacity, would be $,"i73,845,2(10, but as all the work is not done on tho roads it is only fair to reduce this by one-half, and then we would have, by a general improvement of the roads of the coun try, our property in horses and mules and other draft animals increased in valtio f'.8GlS,022,033. I feel safe in as suming that with good roads road ve hicles would last one-half longer and their valtio he increased at least $'.M, 000,000. Taking these two sources of in creased valuation together we should bavo an enhanced property valuation of 1530,929,(133, all brought about by tho Improvement of the common roads. John Oilmer Speed in Harper's Weekly. The VI dill or Wagon '1'lres. iV mutter that would greatly help the roads is the width of the tiro used on the vehicles. The narrow tires in use, gomo of them not more than one inch iu width, cut like knives into the roadways and render it much more difficult to keep the roads in repair. If a tire not less than two inches in width was used on all apriuglcss vehicles it would secure tho roads against a largo portion of the damage they now sutler. As tho load of the wagon increases in weight tho tire should be widened and a tire four inches wide should be used on all wagons de signed to carry heavy loads. It would help the horses as well as tho roads. St. Taul Pioneer Press. Cost More Than tho Tax. Experiments have recently been made at several points which show that a bad road in winter will cost the farmer a sum much greater than his taxes on tho farm in somo instances, us lie must not only sacrifice time, wear of vehicle and lessen the weight of his loads, but must use two horse to do the work of one. THE NATIONAL CAhl OL. Dimensions of tli luilillng's Various De. lili-tineiils. The entire len;'tb ol' fir national cap Itol building from nori'i t . ;s 7M feot 4 inches, and its i iv.it : ditnensiot from east to wot :."'i) feet. Tin area covered bytlie btttUting is l,".;t,u : square feet. The dome of tho original central,, building was constructed of wood. This was replaced in lsss by tab prownj structure of cast iron. It was complet ed in 1803. The entire weight of iron used is 8,909,200 pounds. The dome is crowned by a bronze st.itue of Freedom, It is 19 fe;;t 0 inches and wcifrhs 14,982 pounds. It whs modeled by Crawford. The height of the Ionic above the base line of the east front is ',:; fi-ctS inches. The height from the top of the balus- trade of the building is VS17 feet 11 inches. The greatest duitueter at the base 135 foet 5 inches. The rotunda is 85 feet 6 inches in diameter, and its height from the floor to the top of the canopy is 180 feet 3 inches. The senate chamber is 113 feet S hHv.'s in length by 80 feet 3 inches invidth and 30 feet in height. The galleries will accommo date 1,000 persons. T'.i.' representatives' nan is l.i'J foet in length by 93 feet ia width and 30 feet in height. THE TAR AND THE COUGAR, a tiallor am A Terrible Flsrht I'.i lwern a "Mr Kitty." The cougnr secures its prey by creep ing stealthily behind it until nea enough to spring upon and strike i down. It w ill attack a man in the day time if it can approach him unseen, am is hungry. In an article contribute! to The liig Game of North Amcrici Mr. W. A. Perry descrilics a terriblt fight between a Swedish sailor and I cougar, which took place near the houst of the writer's father. The sailor, Joseph Jorgenson, rai away from a liritish man of war anchored in a harbor of liritish Colum bia, and made his way to Washington where he took up a quarter-section o: government land. One morning he be gan clearing a spot whereon to build I house. He was vigorously wielding i spade, when suddenly his arm wai seized by a cougar's jaws. Joe was very strong, and by a kick ir. the stomach he forced the beast to fall to the ground. The cougar sprang at the man's throat. With his left arm Joe warded off its jaws, while with his right he dealt it a blow in the ribs that again felled it to the ground. Quick as a Hash the beast seieed Joe' left hand. With his right fist and heavj boots Joe beat and kicked the anima. until it released his hand. Retreating a short distance, it sprang on his breast and knocked him against a tree. Agalr he cuffed and kicked it until it let gi and retreated. Joe then happened to see the spadi he had been using lying at his feet. lit snatched it and warded off the cougar's spring by a timely thrust. The brute fell at the man's feet, but instantly rose and seized him by the thigh. Concen trating his strength, Joe drove the sharp blade of tho spatle into the beast's head, and it fell dead at his feet. Bitten and scratched, the blood streaming from a dozen wounds, he reeled home. It was many weeks be fore he recovered, and when he grew strong he had lost all desire for farm ing. He shipped on an American coaster as a sailor, saying that lie had less feai I of tho sharks than of the, "big kitties.1 A TEST OF CLASSIC MUSIC. Simple Method by Which Kven the Moat lu-noriiiit Muy .ludRP.. According to the llussehlorfer An zeiger there is a very simple method by which even the greatest skeptic may ascertain whether a piece of music is good, bad or indifferent. It is as fol lows: If the music goes "1, 2, S, hop, hop, hop," or "1, a, 3, bum, bum, bum, you may depend upon it that you are listening to unmitigated rubbish. Hut when you hear music which sounds as though a number of well arranged notes were stuck into a barrel and energeti cally stirred about like a sort of harmo nious oatmeal porridge, then you may assume that it is a fugue, and at once compose your features into an expres ion of profound interest. If, on listening to the music, you fancy .1 1 . . . , , i, the notes are dropping accidentally or 1 the floor and from tune to time assert niff themselves aifain in a quiet, dreamv o ,, , , , , , .i t, l l i anally set 'em up, in a manner appro sort of way, then the piece is probab V i n- u v , a. n,i,.t,,r,.,. ( n,i,.t, .. .... , pnate to his callin(f, by buying clears nocturno, and nocturnos, as vou are aware, are very high-class music indeed. When the notes seem to arrive in truck loads and each truck contains, so o speak, a different sort from the one that has gone before, and when the train appears to take an unreasonable amount of time in passing a given point, men tne master piece is most likely a symphony, and symphonies are the greatest musical creations hitherto pro- duced. When It appears as though the notel had been tumbled down helter-skelter, then vigorously shoveled up into a heap and lastly blown into the air with dyna- mite cartridges that is rhapsody, and rhapsody is the latest variety of musk out. i BOKHARA'S BURIED CITY. Mnrh Rmlc Macnhlernre. Discovered Hid den Itdiiciitli tlm t:u'tli'H Surface. The discovery is reported from Bolt harn of a subterranean city on the bank of the river Amoolaria, near the town of Karki. Silver coins and inscriptions of the time of (lauora I. have Wn found in the place, which reaches over a distance of half a mile, with streets, wrought up." lanes and squares. In places the super- "No 1 think not." Incumbent earth has caved in, but the I "Thon you must be one of the most largest part of the city can be traversed Sequent of men. What is the style of without dilliculty. Hy the light of the ?our preaching?" miners' lamps the place presents a " rather dry, I am compelled to ad quaint, fantastic api-aranee. There nlt- 1 do not possess the faculty of are houses in perfect construction, one -'awlnfT an interesting illustration or of or two stories high, with a pretense oi architectural elegance, and filled with furniture and various domestic utensils. The ceiling or upper covering of the streets is constructed of blocks of ala baster and granite. The natives of the Hokhara knew of the place long ago, and carried away many silver and gold coins, ornaments and utensils of great Intrinsic value and of still greater archieolngical importance. The Kus (ian authorities of Hokhara have made arrangements to xaue care ol tho an tiquities of the place, and sent notice oi .vo ui.iv.il,, iu low mviiu-unigii;ui so- ciety at Moscow. The society has sent a commission of experts to make furuiei explorations. 11 1V to Cl't Klill. The art of money getting, according lo the late 1'. T. liarnuiii. i. summed up hereunder: "Don't drink: don't b above your business; don't mistake youi vocation; select the right locution; avoid 11 debt; persevere; what ver you do, dc , with all your might; depend upon your own personal exertions: use the best tools; don t scatter your powers: be systematic; reud thenewspnHrs;' be-1 ware of outside operations; don't in dorse without (rood securitv: advertise your business.; be polite und kiud tc your customers; be charitable; don't tell what you are going to do; and preserve your luteirrity." i rtiMipfi unit watch-shuped bottles, antral Oouivd, Small Hile ik'utu. Hk. tvr bottle. Ripaus Tabtilos euro dspopsiu. BRIDGET'S ORIGINALITY. Am Imported Domestic Who Believed In Obeying Orders lateral 7. "Bridget," said I, after she had been Initiated into ber new duties as cham bermaid, "call me at six o'clock to morrow morning, and prepare a bath for me." Next morning, adds the writer ol these anecdotes in the Philadelphia limes, at six o'clock sharp there oame a knock which startled the occupants of the entire house, and Bridget's dulcet j voice exclaimed: "Yez needn't wake up, sor. The water is that cold jei couldn't bathe at all. at all!" i One morning the letter-carrier brought a letter whose destination was doubtful, as the street and number were illegible. He tried at our house, and waited to be informed whether "Mr. Jones lived within." Bridgot gave the .otter-carrier a Boat in the parlor while j ?he carried tho missive to my wifo. "No, ' Bridget," said the latter, "the letter is . not for us. Put it upon tho mantle-1 piece, and when the carrier comes in the morning give to him." Faithful to in structions, Bridget placed tho epistle upon the shelf, and. going to the impatiently-waiting carrier, said: "Yez needn't wait no longor. It's on the fire place, and if yes would stop in to-mor-tow, yez can got it back again, but not before." My wife had occasion to send a noto to a friend living somo two miles away. "Bridget," she said, "I want you to go to Twenty-second street and Montgom ery avenue." "All right, mum," replied Biddy, and disappeared. When the note was written the girl was not to be found. Horrman's vanishing ladv 30uld not have dematerializod more 3ompletoly. An hour later Biddy ro- appeared clothed with smiles and per spiration. "Why, whore have you boon?" asked my wifo. "Didn't I toll you 1 wanted to send you out to Mont gomery avenue?" Shure, an' haven't I been there?" was the offended reply. What did you do when you got thero?" "Why, I turned about and caaae back again." ROOTED TO THE SPOT. A Cruel Practical joke Played on an Un aoapectlng Ulergrman. I heard a story tho other day, says a writer in Brooklyn Life, about the for mer assistant rector of one of the largest Episcopal churches in the city. The gentleman in question is now the president of a collogo so far away that be can not mind If I relate tho incident. He was a jolly good fellow when he lived in a boarding houso here, and in his off hours was accustomed to join in with the other good follows of tho house at a friendly game of whist or a sraoko. One evening when ho was out at serv ice two of tho wags of tho establishment remembered that H was his invariable habit upon returning home to doff his roundabout vest and clerical coat, put on an old smoking-jacket and encase his feet in a pair of morocco slippers, which latter always occupied tho samo posi tion on his bedroom floor, preparatory to his coming. Accordingly, they firmly nailed theso slippors to the floor, and nwaited results in tho next room. Presently the dominie returned. They hoard him moving about; thoy heard the thud of his shoes as thoy were taken off and thrown down, and then a1! was silence. They peeked cautiously in, and there beheld tho young clergy man standing in his slippors, his face white as a sheet, and a look of horror upon it, his eyes staring straight ahead. The light was too much for them, but they managed to suppress their laugh tor and ask in a tone of amazement what the mattor was. "Matter!" ho gasped, "thero is matter enough, boys; I'm paralyzed, and can't move hand or foot. For mercy's Bake, help me." Tho man did actually, such is the xuu man uiu ituiuuuy, uucu la IBB (orc6 of ima?inatlon, yDelieve n0 waa .ij . . v . for the crowd. PATIENT WORSHIPERS. A. Preacher Whose Aurtlenco Did Not De pend on Hl G.oqunnce. A clergyman, saya the Pittsburgh Dls- Patcn waa lamenting the fact that his """B'"B"1'"'" ayuuareu uj uu rustless lurinR hls sermons, and declared that many of the members of his flock would fot up right at a timo when he fancied nlra8011 most improasive, and woulc 1,ave tn0 houso- 1 "That's ba(1." answered a younsr Preaca0I'i "bu' I must say that I do not exPorlonco an.V such annoyance. Not a singl momDor o( my congregation pots UP ant goes out during services." "You don't say so?" tbo llrst speaker exclaimed. "How do you manago it?" "I don't manage it at all seems to manago itself." "Don't thoy complain when you preach a long sermon?" "No. I've nevor heard a word of com alaint" "That is indeed singular. Your peo- jle mu8t BaT0 been exceptionally well hrowing out a bright ldoa. 'Well, wolll I bavo never heard of iny thing so wonderful, And you toll no that no one ever gets up and goei )Ut." "Yos; that's what I tell you." "Woll, I don't understand it at all." "O, it is easy enough to explain. 1 m chaplain at the penitentiary." IVhrn Life Is Kxtlnrt. The French Academy of Sciences ten or fifteen years ago offered a pria; of one thousand six hundred pounds for the Mioii'ii ij m wumi ucuus uv wnicil even the Inexperienced might a't once deter- mine whether in a iriven case donth htui ensiled ,ir .it A 1 t ' ' ,-' ' , . -.1 me prize tor having discovered tho fol- 1 lowing well-known phenomenon. H tho in,i f ,i, . ...ii , me liaint of the suspected dead Dersion . is held toward a candle or otliernrti. ficial light with the ilnvvrs extendrd ana one touehino the other, and one ., i 1- i . "'us '" space;, octween tl- I uujrvra wwiini me ngat, taere nppeius j a scarlet red color where the lingcit I touch each other, ilnc tu tl-.c l.l.-i...! K,ll'l drculati"r' il slewing itself through the tissues which have not congested. When life is entirely extinct the phe nomenon of scarlet space In'tween the fingers at once ceases. The most ex- tonsivo lliul thorou;rh trials ostublisherf f tbo truth of this observation. To aid Difrestlontakeono Small Bile Bean wii-a muu W, JC I lIUllll1, Cure for Colds, Fereri ind GenenU D Sliity, StntUl Biln Btauu. &c pr botUe. For Boils, Pimples carbuncles, scrofulous sores, eczema, and all other blood diseases, take Ayer's Sarsaparilla It will relieve and cure dyspepsia, nervous debility, and that tired feeling. Has Cured Others will cure you. Hi, ADVEiTISKllKNTSL Notice Of intention. I AND OFFICE AT THE DALLES, OREi.OJJ. I 4 October ia, Notice 1b hereby jriven that the follou'Inp-nnmed settler hHB tiled notice of his intention to make final proof In support of hie claim, ami that said proof will be inade before the County Clerk of Morrow County, Or., at Heppner, Oreiron, on Nov. '2ft, lKita, viz.: NEI.S MAGNTSON. HrL No. 2M7, for the SEii $ec. 3, Tp. 2, 8 R 55 E. W. M. He namen the following witnesses to prove his emmnunuH rctunence upon and cultivation 01, Brtid land, viz.: J, T. Vomit, C. N. Peck, William Estes and Henry Whilaon, all of Lexington, Oregon 534-514 John w . Lkwis, heyister. Notice of Intention. I AND OFFICE AT THE DALLES. OREGON. I 4 Oct, IS. IWti. Notice is hereby given that (he following named settler hits tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of hi" claim, and that said proof will be made be iore the County Clerk ol Morrow County, Or., at neppuer, ur., on iec. a. inyj, viz.: FKANCIS H. WILSON. Hd. No. 257, for the fcE Sec. 27, Tp. 1,3 R 23 It e iiflmeB the follow lug wttnespes to prove his enntinuouB residence upon and cultivation of. (aid land, viz : D. H . (.nrbill, J. L. Kincaid, Charley Johnson uno Henry uungey, an 01 lone, Oregon. 5a-l-6J4 John W- Lewih, Register. Notice of intention. I AND OFFICE AT IHK DALLES, OREGON, Oct. 8, 1H!'2. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler Ima filed notice of his intention lo make final proof iu support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be lore the County Clerk of Morrow County, Ore gon, at iluppuer, Oregon, 011 November 20, lb$2., viz. : FRANCIS M. COURTER, Hd. No. 2888, for the 8WJ4 Sec. 11, Tp. 3, 3 R 24 E W M. He names tho following witnesses to prove Ms continuous reHidence upon and cultivation of, taid land, iz. : .1. V . Beckett, Samuel 1. (Jerking. Oscar Mont gomery and VWllium K.M linkers, all of Eight .Mile, Oregon, oa;-543 John W. Lnwia, Register. Notice of n tent ion. J AND OFFICE AT THE DALLES, OREGON j Oct. 6, lHiM. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of hit intention to make final proof in support of nis cnuni, ann inni saia proot win ne maue De lore the County Clerk of Morrow County. Ore., at Heppner, Oregon, on November 26, 1892, viz.: MILTON R. MOHGAN, Hd. No. 2801, for the W4 HE) and $ SWJ4 Sec. 21, TP. 2. 8 K24 E. W. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation ol, Baid land, viz.: M. A. Olden, J. II. Mathews, J. M. Baker and Samuel Warneld, all ot lone. Oregon. 632-542 John W. Lewis, Register. j Notice of Intention. I AND OFFICE AT THE DALLES, OREGON, .u Oct. 2tf, IMS. Notice is hereby given that t lie following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof iu support of 1 1 ib ciaim. aim mat buig prooi wu oe macie oe inre the County clerk 01 Morrow County, Ore gon, at ilcppner. Oregon, on Dec. 12, lb'J2, viz.: LYNDEN W RIGHT, Hd. No. 3013, for the KWfn Sec. 3. Tp, 2 8, R 24 E. W M. He names the follow Ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, 01110 mini, u.. , VVm. fhitfiiewood, Wes. McNahb, 8amuel War field and George Junkin. all oi'Kight Mile, or, ttiy-JVli) John W, Lkwis, Register. NOTICE-AmjCATIuN To PURCHASE TIM BER LANDS. U. S. iAnd OITice, The Lalles, Or., Sept. 8, 1892. Notice Is hereby given that, in compliance witn ine provisions ot tne Act ot 1 ougreHs ap- 1 proved June 3. lt7s. entitled "An Act for the sale ol 1 lin ber I.amls in the states ol California, 7 'gon, ivi.,. rievaua autl vi ashliiKtoii 'Jerrilory, Al'Ul'BTL'S MALLUKY. Whose postotlice mUlresB Is Heppner, Morrow County, oreiton, has this day (lied ill this office his application to purchase the SKV4 ol the NVt and the sW of the NKl; sec. No. 3, InTp. No. (i S, Hantte No. 25 E, W. M. All persons holdiiiK any adverse claims there to are required to present the same at this otlice within sixty days troin the llrst publication of this notice. John W. I.kwim, Kejilster. Kotice of Intention. IAND OFFICE AT THE DALIES, OHE0ON, October, 25. 1mi2. Notice is hereby given that the follow hip-named settler has tiled notice of his lutenllon lo make final proof in support of hiB claim, und that said proof will be made before the County Judye of Morrow Countv. Or., at Heppner. Oregon, on Decern ber 10th, lttfi'2, viz: ( llAbl Es H. BI'l.l.IS, Hd. No. 21177. or the NK). Kt V Sec. IS, and NU s (4, and bE'4 SW! bee. 17, Tp. 5 S, R 25, E. it. M. He names the following witnesses to provehis continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz. : James H. ll'yland, William Mix, A. I.letieling and Perry Oiler, all of Hantinan, Oregon. 5I17-M7 John IV, Lrwis. Itegleter. H0TICE OF INTENTION. LAND OFFICE AT LA GRANDE. OREGON, October 25, 1S92. Notice is hereby given j that the followlng-nanied settler haB hied notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made ueiore tne t ounty clerk ol .Morrow County, Or., at Heppner, orenon, on Dec. .1, 1.VJ2, viz.: OILEb H. DOl GHERTY, Hd. No. 50:17. lor the V, N 11 '4 Sec. 14, and EU Sec. 15. Tp. H S, K E. . M. He names the following witnesses to provehis continuous resilience upon and cultivation of, suid laud, ilz.: IV. H. Claik. It. S. Clark. J. B. Chapman and C. H. Mann, all of Lena, Oregon. 5;t7-,r47 A. C.KAVKR, Register. Notice of Intention. T AND OFFICE AT THE DALLES, OREGON', lj Oct. 17, 1N'2. Notice is heieby given that Ihe following-named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of Ills claim, and that said proof will be made be fore the County Clerk ol Morrow County, Ore noit, at Heppner, Oregon, on Dec. 8, 1&H2, viz : GEORGE MIHH, Hd. No. 2S67, for the ,N . Bee 9, Tp. 1, 8 R 26, E. W M. He names the following witnesses lo prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of laid land. viz. : John carnilchael, Marian Evans, J. H. Piper and O. H. Housou, all of Lexington, Oregon. &I5-515 John IV. Lkwis, Register. Notice of Intention. TAND OFFICE AT THE DALLES, OREGON j Oct. 11, Notice is hereby given that the follow lug-named settler has Hied notice of , e'ES Va lore tne couniv i ierK oi .Morrow countv. ore , at UeppneVin u'ic "reTs'Ii' Kti m' T'l-: n a Sn irthHK. kri'iw ' vu vttu iSEla SE1. Sec, 11, Tp. t.SR 2V E W M. He names the following witnesses to prove hli continuous residence upon and cultivation ol, amid land, viz.: Silas WrlL'ht, J. C. Kirk, J. P. Furlong and Da m ui,... ,ii , n,,r iw,,,,. a.J-i;; John W. Lewis, Reqistrr. ... wl CURE A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of 8-nppoeitoriei, Ointment In Capsules, also In Box &nd I ilhi: positive ('lire for External. Inter nal, BUM or Bleeding. Itching. Chronic, Recent or Hereditary riles, and many other diseases j and ten. ale weaknesM'tt: it is always ft treat ben- tit to the general health. 'I he nrst discovery of mwiical cure rendcrii.g au ojerHtion with the ( ver been known to fail. $1 per box. fi for 1 ent bv mail. Whv sutler from this terrible dis- eae v hen a written ituarsntee is given with 6 bxo, to rctuuu tne money ii not curea. &cmi -stamp for free sample. Guarantee issued by Woodaro, i LABKit !t Co.. Wholel & KeUlJ , Drugg uta Sol Agents, Portland, Or. t S. P. FLORENCE, f IO' KK ALSHK ! Hl'.l'FNhK. OKKGON. Cuttle branded tuid ar marked aHh(mti nUiru. ritirspg V on riirht shonlder. Mv rattle rHTifft in Morrow and UmHti!ln poun M(f. 1 will i ay SlC.HJ for I he nrrcst und con. vi'tion of ntty pi-fs in -tvalint: iiij ftimk lifirtf. the j velnr, is tl ' hii l"o fix np your WHfcb ctr clock. e keeps h foil s ton k of eVtir,tbiiJK pt-rtHiuiui; to bis hnBincfifl n STOt'K RKANUS. White you kitep our ubncription paid up yen oarj ktep yottrbrnn.1 in free of charRe. Alhn. T. J.. lone. Or. Horse (Hi on left t-houlder; cnttlf nme on left hip, under bit on right par, ai,d upper bit un tiib If ft; range, Mor row county. Armstrong, J. (.'.. Alpine, Or. T with bar un der 1 1 on left shoulder of horses; cattle Bauie un left hip. AlliBon, 0. D.f Kight Mile. Or. Cattle brand, 0 D on left hip and hornee same brand on right rthoulder. Itantre Eight Mile. Adkiins, 'I' V, Dayville, Or- Straight mark acroas the (high and two crop and a eJit in the right ear; hnreuH, X upside down on the riglit (thoulder. hunge in Grant county and Hear vallev. P O addreHB also at Hardinou. AdkinB, J. J., Heppner, Or. Hones, JA con nwcieii on le t ftai.k: cattle. Hameon Loft hip. Ayers. Johnny, Lena, Or. Horses branded triangieon lett hip; rattle same on right hip; aUo crop off righi ear and op per bit on same. Blyth.Fercy H., Heppner, Or HoreeB Koman croHs on right shoulder. Range in Morrow county. Bleakman, Geo., Hard in an, Or. Horses, a flag 01 left shoulder: cattle aaine on right shoulder, liannister, J. W., Hanlmau, Or. ('attle brand ed H on left hip and thiirh; split in each ear. jKrenner, Pfter, tio.Hoberry Oregon llorsos branded PB on left huulder. Cuttlo buoi& on right siae Burke. M 8t C, Long creek, Or Tn cattle, MAY connected on left hip, ciop oft left. ear. un der half crop otf riglit. Horses, same brand on letfl shoulder. Kange in Grunt and Morrow county. Howeman. A., Mount Vernon and Burns, Or. Cattle, A B on right hip, two crops in each ear; same on horseB. on right shoulder. Hange in Grant and Harney counties, Hrosman, Jerry, Lena, Or. HorBes branded 7 on righi Bhoulder; cattle B on the left side, lieft eai tin J f crop and right ear upper slope. Harlou, Wm., heppner, Or, -HorseB, J li on r;glit Lh'.i cattit-. same on right hip; split in each ear. Hrown, Isa, Lexington, Or. Horses IB ou the right stifle: cattle same on right hip; range, Mor row county. Brown, J .P., Heppner, Or. -Horseh and cattle branded H witi ox-yoke above on left shoulder. Brown, J. C, Heppner, Or. Horses, circle withdot mi n teron left hip; cattle, name. Brown, W. J., Lena. Oregon. Horses V bar over it, on the left uhoulder. Cattle buhic ou left hip. lioyer, W. G., Heppner. Or. Horses, box brand or r i. hip cattle, same, with split in each ear. liorg, P. O., Heppner, Or. Horses, P B on left shoulder; cattle, same on left hip. Brownlee, W. J., Fox, Or Cattle, .IB connected on left side; crop on left ear and two splits and middle piece cut out on right ear; on horses samp brand on the left thigh; liangu in Fox valley, Grant county, ('ain.ri., ( 'aleb.Or. Y P on homes on left stifle; U with quarter circle over it, on left shoulder, and on left stiHe on all colts under 5 years; on left shoulder only on all horseB over & years. Ail range in Grunt countv. Clark, Wm. H., Le- a. Or. Horse WHO con nected, on left bhoulder: cattle tame on right hip. iia ge Morrow and Umat illa counties. i'ate, Chas. It,, Vinson or Lena. Or. Horses H C on right shoulder; cattle same ou riglit hip. hange Morrow and Umatilla counties. Cochran, Chas,, lone. Or. Horses, HP con nected on left shoulder; cattle, (! on both left hip and stifle. Hange in Morrow county. Cannon. J'. B.. Long Creek, Or.--Ton cattle on riglit side, crop oft right ear and Blit in left ear. Our horses same brand on left shoulder. Hange in Grant county. Cecil, W m., Douglas. Or.; horseB JC on lef shoulder; ca tie Bame on left hip, waddles on each jaw and two b.ts in the right ear. 'url,T. li., John l)ay. Or. Double cross on each hip on cattle, swallow fork and under bit in riglit ear, split in lef t ear. liange in Grant conmy. On Bheep, inverted A aud spear point ou shoulder. Ear markoi ewes, crop ou left ear, puuehed upper bit in right. Wethers, crop in right and under half crop iu left ear. All range Hi Grant countv. Cook, A. J.,Lena,Or, Horses, 90on rightshoul Jei Cattle, sameon rht hip: ear mark sguare .nop off left aud split in right. t'urrin.h. Y., Currinsvilie, Or. -Horses, on left Btirle. Cochran, J II Monument, Or HorseB branded C 1 St A on left shoulder. Cattle, same on riglit hip. swallow fork in riglit ear and crop olTl eft. Cox Ed. B., Hard man, Or. Cattle, C with ir center; horses. CE on left Mp. Cochran, K. E Monument, Grant Co, Or. Horses bianded circle with biu beneath, on left shoulder: cattle same brand on both hips, mark under slope both ears and dewlap. Chapin, H.j Hardman. Or. Horses branded on right hip. Cattle brauded the same. Cross, a L, Dayville, Or t 'attle branded two crops and a split in left ear; on horses & reversed Z o l"ft stifle. Also have the following brands on cattle: Tli on lett hip, 7 on right hip, 72 on left shoulder, two parallel bars ou left shoulder. Ear marks, two crops. Doouan. Wm., Heppner, Or. norses branded OO with bar over them, ou left shoulder; cat tle same on left hip. Douglass, W. M , Galloway, Or. Cattle, H Don right side, bwh low-fork iu each ear; horseB. it D ou left hiu. Douglas. O. T., Douglas, Op Hnn-es TD ou the i ight stifle; cattle same on right hip. Duncan, W. P., John Day,Or. Quarter circle V on right shoulder, both on horses and cattle. nange Grant county. DnslceU, W. E., Heppner, Or.- HorsoB branded ('attle same on K inside of u on left shoulder, left side of neck. Ely. J. B. &. Hons, Douglas, Or. Horses brand ed ELfe ou left shoulder, cattie same on left hip. hole ir right ear, Elliott, Wash., Heppner, Or, Diamond on right shoulder. leek, Jackson, Heppner, Or. Horses, 7F connected oj right shoulder: cattle same on right hip Earmark, hole in right and crop or! left. Florence, L. A., Heppner, Or. Cattie, LF on right tup; horses F with bar under on right shoulder. Florence, B. P. Heppner. Or Horses, F on right shoi Ide. ; cattle, b on right hip or thigh. Gay, Henry, Heppner, Or. GAi on left shouiuer. Gilraan-French, Land and Livestock Co.. Fos sil, Or. Horses, anchor 14 on left shoulder; vent, same on left stme. Cattle, same on both hips; ear marks, crop off right ear and underbit in left. Hange in Gilliam, Grant, Crook and Morrow counties. Gentrj, Elmer, Echo, Or. Horses branded H. Id. with a quarter circle over it, on left stitie nunge in morrow and umauija counties. Giltwater, J . C, Prairie City, Or. On horses, O-O on left shoulder and stifle; cattle, on right side. Hange in Grant county. Hams, James, Hardman Or. Horses shaded lion lef shoulder; cattle same on left hip, Hange ui nnu imul "Hiuiutui, Hajes. Geo., Lena, Or, Brand JH connected, with quarter circi" over it, on lett shoulder. Hiaii A. B., Kidge, Or. Cattle, round-top K with quarter circle under it on the right hip, Karue in Morrow and Umatilla counties. Hintoii A Jenks, Hamilton. Or Cattle, two bars on either hip; crop in right ear and split in left. Horses, Jon right thigh. Hange inGmnt county. Hughes. Hamnel. Watmer. Or L" iT Pi. connected) ou right shoulder on hort.es; on cattle, un iikhi niiiai u un ifii blue, SWH1IOW lorK in riient ear arid slit m eft. lUnu .n ml,,,Uiui.i, district, Mor'w county, naie, .union, vagne ir. Horses hrnnded -O- ( irele with parallel tai's) on left shoulder f ttle same on left hiu : at-o imiro lfi- side- Hall. Edwin. John Dav.Or. Cnttla V Hnn hip; horses same on right shoulder, frangein Grant county. Howard. J L. tlloWHV. (It TTnrvoa L. witn bar ab,;ve it ou right shouiuer; catt e -mi in on leit tide. Hange in Morrow aud Uma tilla counties. Hughes. Mat. Hermner. tip heart on the left shoulder. Hange Morrow ( o. Hunsaker. B . Wfurrnr nr -n,, u boulder; oa tie. 0 onTeft hip. Hardisty. Albert, Nye. Oregon -Horses, AH connected, on left shoulder; Cattie on the left hip, crop on left ear, Humphreys, j ai. Hardman, Or. Horse, H on lett flank Hiatt. Wm. E.. RiHirn ftr i j. i bar cru ut. left sbualder: cattle sams on left Hayes. 1. M., Heppner. Or. Horees. wineglaae Hnur.HuiiBira ngni nip. i Uusdm. Lather, tishi Vlile. i Ir. Horn! Hon1 the left shoulder ana twart on the left stitie Cat tle u on lft hip. Khi.ib in M.im.w ennntj j Ivy. Alfred. Limit- Creea. Or-at!ie 1 Oonl right hip. crop off left ear Knit hit it, riaut ltnn.. ame bnuid un left shoulder. Kaiute n tirant OOOQtT Jiuikin. 8. M., Heppner, Or.-Horset, horeek hoe J on left shoulder. Cattle, the sua lUaa on KiabtMUa. Jenklna. D W.,Mt. Ternon,Or. J on horseaoa left shoulder; on cattle, J OD left bip and two mouth oropa on both ear.. Baaaeui Fox and Hear valljya Johnson. Felix. Lena, Or Horses, circle T on left stine; oattle, same on right hip, under naif crop m rittht and split in left ear Kenny, Mike, Heppner, Or.-Horaes branded B"l on left tup cattle same and crop otf left ear: nncler elope on the riaht hirk J. T., Heppner, Or. Hones t0 ou left honliler; cattle, .,n on left hip. Kirk. J V, Hnppner. Or. Horses. 17 on either flftnlt: oHttle 17 on riirht aide. Kirk. Jeeee, Heppner, Or.; horse 11 on left shoulder; cattle same on light .ide, underbit on righl ear. ' Knmberland.W.O..Mount Vernon. Or. I h on cattle on ritrht and left sides, swallow fork in U ft ear anil under chip in riant eer. Horses sains brand on left shoulder, hange in (rant county. Keeney. Hi, Heppner, Or.-Horeee J L, and ace of clnbs on left stine. Itanae in (JmatUU and & orrnw counties L..l.y.JI f Monument Or A trianglejR.rwith all l.n,., extrlidiPK pa I : od) of Bgureon SSI lior. hi on lelt uhoulder, ou cattle iiiuininid ,.u left sl.iiul.ler epliuungh ,. . lt ,u left ear Kauge it. (iraiit couuti aud i.. ..uuiof John Dajr l.i l,ej-,J W Heppner Or.-Hurees briu.ded h nil A on left shoulder; can Is wms) on left hip: wilt tie .rerriKhtey thiee slils in riKht ear. Lofton, Btepnen, IUI,Or.-r, Lou left hip on catile. crop Kiid split on right ear. Horses nm'nl on sboulilnr. Uauge (irant i.i.-iiullen, John W., I, Or. Horses branded hiui-ciicle JL oonneoted on loft shoul der. ( mile. sum. ou le: hip. limine, near Lex iu lit on. Lord. Ueorge. Heppner. Or.-Horses branded double a coi. neck Nimetiuiea called . swiiik H, on left shoulder. Maxwell, M . 8.. tiooseberry. Or.-Horaee brand ed long link on left shoulder: oattle, same on lef hip. tar tnHrk. undor bit in left ear. Minor, Oscar, Heppner. Ilr.-Catue, M D on nahl hip; horse M on left shoulder. Morgan, S. N., Heppner, Or.-Horses, H ) on left shouiii". cattle same on left hip. Slcf'umber, Jas A, Echo, Or.-Horsee. M with bar over on right shoulder. iHnnn, B. H , Lona, ( )r.-Horse-old mares ZZ on rjulit hip; young epjck, small Zl on left ahnnUUir Morgiin, Thos., Heppner, Or.-Horsee, oirole T on loft shou.der and left thigh; oattle. i on right thigh. Mitchell. Oscar, lone, Or.-Horses, 77 on right hip; cattle. 77 ou right side. McClaren, D. 0., Brownsville, Or, Hones. biKiire fton each m der. cattle, U2 on hin MtKerii.W.J. Mount Vortioii. Or-Xl ou cattle ou right hip, crop iu right ear. half orou iu left same brand ou bona ou left hi, , Kauge in (iraut county. MoCnny, David H., Echo, Or. Horses branded 1J .M connected, on the lelt shoulder; cattle same on hip and side. MoHirr, Frank. Fox Valley, Or.-Mule shoe with loe-cork on cattle on ribs and nnder in each ear; horses suiue brand ou left stifle. Mclluley, o. V., Huuiiliuu, Ur.-On Horses, 8 with hull circle under ou left shoulder; on ('attle, four bars connected ou top oa the right side hange in (irant County. Keal.Aiidmw. Lone llock.Or. Horses A N 0ou. nected on left shoulder: cattle sanie on both hips, Nordyke, t,., Silverton, Or.-Horsee. oirole 7 on left thigh; chi tie. same on left hip. Oliver, Joseph, Canyon I :uy, Or.-A x on cattle on left hip: on horses, same ou left thigh, Hange in I, rant county Oiler, Terry, Lexington. Or. 1" O on left shou.itei. Olp, Herman, Ttairie City, Or. On cattle, O LI connected ou left hip; horses on left stifle and warile on nose, hange iu Hraut county. Pearson, Oluve, Eight Mile, Dr. Horses, Quar ter circle shield on left shoulder and 24 on left hip. Cattle, fork in left ear, right oropped. M on left hip. liangi on Eight Mile. Parker & Gleasou. Hai'duiau.Or, Horses IP on ! fl shoulder. 1 iper, J . H., Lexington, Or. Horses, JK oon. nected o lef t shoulder; cattle, same on left hip. under bi in each ear. Ftttberg. Henry Lexington, Or.-Horses brand, ed with a liouiai cross on left shoulder; oattle branded with Homuu cross, bar at bottom, on lelt hip, Pettys, A. V., lone. Or.: horseB diamond P on shoulder; oattle, J n J connected, on the left hip, upper slope in left ear and slip in the i ight. Powell, jonnT., Dayville, Or Horses, J P con uec ed oil lett shoulder. Cattle OE couuected on left hip, two under half crops, one ou each ear, wattle under throat, Ka. ge in (irant couuty. llickard, U. U., Canyon City, Or. F C on left shoulder, on horses only, Kiuige Canyon creek and Bear vulley, (irant oounty. Uood. Andrew, Hardman, Or. Horses, square cror w.tb quurter-circle over it ou left stifle. Iteninger, -Chris, Heppner, Or. Horses, (J It on left ehouidet . liice. Uau, Hardman, Or.; horses, three panel worm fence on left shoulder; caltle, DAN on right shoulder. Hange near Hardman. Kudio, Win. Long Creek, Or.-Brands horse, K oi right shoulder. Hange (iraiit and Morrow counties. Hoyse, Aurou, Heppner, Or Horses, plain V on left shoulder; cattle, same brand reversed ox right hip and crop off right ear. Itange in iUor row county. Kuh Bros., Heppner, Or.-HorBes branded 3 on the ngh. shoulder; -cattle, IX on the left tup. crop otl left ear and dewlap ou neck. Uauge it Morrow mid adjoining counties. Bust, William, Pendleton, Or. Horses K oi left shouiuer; cuttle, H on left hip, crop ofl right ear, underbit on left ear. Sheep. H on weathers round crop off rigk ear. Kunge Uma tilla and Morrow o luuties. llekiiey, Andrew. Lexington, Or. Horses branded A It on right shoulder, vent quaitei circle over brand; cuttle same ou right hip. BinigH Morrow county. Hoyse, Wm. H, Uairyville. Or H K connected with quarter oncle over top ou cattleon right hip and crop oil right ear aud split in left. Horse, same brand on left shoulder, liange in Morrow (irant and (illlium counties. Kilter. J F, Hitter, Or-Three parallel bars witn bar over on horsus ou left hip; on oattle, left side, two smooth crops, two splits in each ear. Hange iu Middle Fork of John Oay. Hector, J. W.. lluppner, Or.-Horse, JO Ol lef t shouider. Ca.tle, oon right hip. Spicknall. J. W., 'Uooseberry, Or. Horses branded Jl on left sh..ulder; lange in Morrow county. spiuy, J. F., Heppner, Or.-Horses brandeo. fcl connecteu o. right shoulder: cuttle same on bolt hips. Bailing, C (1 Heppner, Or Horses branded 8 a on leit shoidder; cuttle same ou left hip. tjwnggnri, 11. F., Lexingtou, Or.-Horees 3 with dash under it on left stifle cattle H with uush unuer it ou right hip, crop off right ear and waddled on right hind leg. itange iu Morrow, (illlium and uuiutiila counties. bwaggart. A. L., Ella. Or. Horses brandf-1 1 on lull shoulder; eel tie some ou left bip. Crop on ear, wattle on left biad leg. Straight W. F,., Heppner, Or, Homa shaded J S ou lei stifle; cattle J Son left hip, swallow fork iu ngh ear. underbit iu left. aapp. l Uoe., Heppuer, Or. Horses, 8 A P on left bip; cam same on left hip. !hirlz. James, Long ( nek, Or. Homes, t on lelt stifle aud over t on left shoulder, Shner.John, Fox, Or. NO connected on horses on right hip; came, same on right hip, crop ..II right ear and under bit in left ear. liange iu (irant county. bnutli Bros., Husnnville, Or. Horses, branded H. Z. on shoulder; cait.e, ame on lef t shoulder. Squires, James, Arlington, Or,; horses branded JSou left shoulder; oatile the same, also nose waddle. Hange in Morrow and liUliam co utiea. Stephens, V. A., Hardman, Or-; horses 83 ou right stifle; cuttle h. nxuutal L on ihe i ight side Stevenson, Mrs A. J ., Heppuer, Or. Cattle, 8 ou right hi, ; swallow-fork in left ear. Bwaggart. Q. W., Heppner, Or. Honwe, 44 on left .nouidi : cattle, 44 on left hip. Stone. Ira. Bi-kletou, Wash.-Horsea. keystone ou leit shoulder. Smith, b. E. Lone Hock. Or. Horses branded a cnissed seven ou left shoulder; cattle same un left side, hange, Uilliam county. Bperry.E. (i heppuer, Or. -Cattle W C on left hip, crop off right and underbit iu left year, dewlap; horseB W C on left Bhoulder. lliouipsou, J. A., Heppuer, Or Horses Zon left shoulu. r; cattle, ii ou left shoulder. lippets,8.TEnierprise,Or. Horaee. I'-on left shoulder. Turner H. W., Heppner, Or. -Small capital T lett shoulder horses; cattle saine on left hip with split in both ears. Ihi rutou, H. M., lone, Or.-Horsea branded H I connected on left stifle; Bheep same brand. Vanderpool. H.T.. Lena. Ors-Horu. HV win nected on right shouider;cattle, same on haht hip. Walbridge, Wm., Heppner. Or. Hone. TJ. L. on the left shouider; cattle same on right hip. crop ofl left ear and right ear lopped. Wilson, John (J.. Salem or Heppner, Or. Horses brauded Jo on the left Bhoulder. Kauoe Morrow oounty. W arren, VV B. ( 'aleb, Or-Cattle, W with quarter circle over it, on left side, split iu right ear. Horses same brand on left Bhoulder. itange in tiraut couuty. Wood, F L, DnjTirie, Or-Heart on horaee on left stifle; on cattle. 'Jon left Bids and under bit in left ear. Itange in Grant county. V right, Silas A. Heppner, Or. Cattle branded 8 W on the right hip. square crop oil right ear and split iu left, Wallace. Francis, Mount Vernon, Or Square oa catile un the left hip. upper slope in he left ear and under elope iu right ear. Same brand ou horses on right shoulder, hange in Baraer and tirum couutv. Wade, Henry. Heppner. Or.-Horsee branded ace of spades on leit shoulder and left hip. Cattlo hrulnle." same on left side and left hip. WellB, A. S., Heppner, Or.-Horses, on left shoulder: cati e same. Wolhnger, John, John Oay City, Or On honwe three parallel bars on left shoulder; 7 on aneep, bit in both ears, hange in brant and Maihuar Counlies. Woodward. John. HeDDner. Or. Horaaa. I7P connected on left shoulder. vv atains, LiBhe. Heppner, Or. Hones brantied TJE connecteo on left Btitia. Wallace, Charlee. Portland. Or. Cattle. W on right thigh, hoi, in left ear: hnmea. W rai ncrh t euouiuer, sore, sameou ten SRomoer. W hittier Bros., Orewsy. Harney eountjr, Or. -Hori-es branded W B. connected oo left shoulder Williams, Vaeco. Hamilron, Or. (Quarter cir cle over three bars on left hip, both oattle and horses. Range (irant county. W illiams, J O. Long Creek. Or Horeee, quar ter circle over three bars on left hip; cattle .ame and ulll in each ear Kanire in (irant oonnty. Wten, A. A., eppner. Or. Homee running AA on shouider; Cattie. same on right hip. Y.oung, J. 8., (ioueeoerry. (Jr. Hmsi hmnttal T . -I.. -ih, ...rt,..la. Young, W. A.. Gooseberry, dr. Horeee brand ed X X (doobie X connected) oo left shoulder, settle same on left aide.