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By FBANCIS BUET HAKTS,
(Ouiiyrlpht. All rU-htH iwrea.1 )
"Ue, touUln'4 change your blood."
It Vas uwtrly noon when Mr. Dawson
finished rubbing down his sweating liiiirs
in the Utile sUbla shod Muonit tho wheat.
He had left Ruse at the hotel, for they
found that Mr. Mallory luJ previously
started by a circuitous routo for the
vrhoat ranch. He had resumed not only
his working clothes but his working ex
pression, lie wits now superintending
the unloadiug of a wain of store and
implements when the light carryall of
the Randolphs rolled into the field. It
contained only Mrs. Randolph and the
driver. A slight look of intelligence
passed h-twivu tho latter and the near
est one of D.ivson'a companions, suc
ceeded, however, by adull lixik of 8tuptd
vacancy on the face of nil tho others, in
cluding Dawson. Mrs. Kaudolph noticed
it and was forewarned. She reilected
that no human lwiugs overlooked natur
ally as stupid as that and were able to
work. She smiled sarcastically and then
began with dry distinctness and narrow
"Miss Mallory, a young lady visiting
us, went out for un eivrly walk this
morning and li.'U not relumed. It is
jxjssiblu the u::iy have lost her way
among your wheat. Have you seen
anything of. her'.'"
Dawson wised his eyes from l)is work
and glanc'd slnwly around at his com
panions as if tithing the heavy scene of
the assembly. Ono or two shook their
heads nineliiiiiic.il'y, and returned to
their suspended labor. Ho said coolly:
"Nobody hero- seems to." t
SUo felt that they were lying. She
was only a woman against five men; she
was only a petty domestic tyrant. She
might have been a larger one, but Bhe
had all the courage of that possibility.
"Maj. Randolph and my son are
away' she went on, drawing herself
erect. "Cut I know that tho major will
pay liberally if these men will search
the field, besides making it all right
with your employers for the loss of
Dawson uttered a single word in a low
voice to the man nearest hint, who ap
parently communicated it to the others,
for the four men stopped nuloading and
moved away ono after tho other, even
the driver joining in the exodus. Mrs.
Randolph Binilel sarcastically; it was
plain that thesw people with all their
boasted independence wero quite amen
able to pecuniary considerations. Never
theless, as Dawson remained looking
quietly at her, she said:
"Then I suppose they've concluded to
go and seer .
"No, I've sent them away so that they
"What I've got to say to you."
She looked at him suddenly. Then
he said with a disdainful glance around
her: "I see I am helpless here, and,
thanks to your trickery, alone." Have a
care, sir. I warn you that you will have
to answer to Maj. Randolph for any in
solence." "I reckon you won't tell Maj. Ran
dolph what I have to say to you," he re
' turned coolly.
Her lips v. Are nearly a grayish hue,
but she said scornfully: "And why not?
Do you know who you are talking to?"
The man came lazily forward to the
carryall, carelessly brushed aside the
Black reins, and resting his elbows on
the horse's back laid his chin on his
hands as he looked up in the woman's
"Yes, I know who I'm talking to," he
said coolly. "Cut as the major don't, 1
reckon you won't tell him."
"Stand away from that horse," she
said, her whole face taking the grayish
color of her lips, but her black .eyes
growing smaller and brighter. "Hand
mo those reins and let me pass. What
canaille are you to stop me!"
"I thought so," returned the man
without altering 'his position. "You
don't know urn. You never saw me be
fore. Well, I'm Jim Dawson, the nephew
' of L'llommadieu, your old muster!"
She gripped tho iron rail of the seat as
if to leap from it, but checked herself
suddenly and leaned back with a set
emile on her mouth that seomod stamped
there. It was remarkable that with that
emile she flung away her old affectation
of superciliousness for mi older and
ruder audacity, and that not only tho
expression hut the typo of her face ap
peared to have changed.
"I don't say," continued the man
quietly, "that he didn't marry you before
he died. But you know as well as I do
that tho laws of his state didn't recog
nizo the marriage of a master with his
ctprpon, slave. And you Jmow as well
as 1 do that even if he had freed you lie
couldn't change your blood. Why, if
1M boon willing to stay at Avoyelles to
be a nigger driver like him the planta
tion of "Do Fontagps," whose name
you have taken, would have been loft to
me. If you had stjud there you Might
have been my property iustend of your
owning a square mau like Randolph,
You didn't think of that when you caiuu
here, did you?" he tuMod compuwdly.
"Oh, titun Dieu!" she said, dropping
rapidly into & different aeoeut, with her
white twin and fixed, mirthless muue, j
"so it is a claim for property, eh? You're j
wsuitmg money you? I res bien, i ou
forget we are in California, where one
dotw not own a slave. And you have a
fine atfiry there, my poor friend. Very
pretty, but very hard to prove, ni'aiou.
And these peasant are iu tt, eh? Work
ing it on shares tike the farm, eh?"
"Well," said Dawson, slightly chang
ing his position and passing his hand
ever the horse's neck wiUi a half wearied
contempt, "one of those men is from
I'laquemine and the other from Coupee.
They know all the L'Uuinmadleu's his
tory. And they know a streak of the tar
brush when they see it. They took your
J measure when they came here last year
I and sited you up fairly. So had I, for
I the matter of that, whon I llrst saw you.
And we compared notes. Hut the major
is a stpiare man, for all he is your hus
band, and we reckoned ho had a big
enough contract on his hands to take
care of you and L'Uommadivu's half
breeds, and so" he tossed the reins con
temptuously aside "we kept this to our
selves." "And now you want what, eh?"
"We want an end to this foolery," ho
broke out roughly, stopping back front
the vehicle and facing her suddenly
with his tirst amrrv iresture. "We want
i an eiul to tticso airs anil grimaces mm
I all this 'dandy uigger business.' Wo
! want an end to this 'cake walking'
! through tSie wheat and floating of the
i honest lain r of your betters. We want
I yon and your 'do Fontages' to climb
down! And we want an end to this
ropln' in of white folks to suit your little
game. Wo want an end to your trying to
mix your nigger blood with any one
here, and we intend to stop it. We draw
the line ;.t tho major."
Lashed us she had been by those words,
apparent ly out of all semblance of her
former facial arrogance, a lower and
more stubborn resistance seemed to
have sprung up in her as she cat side
ways watching him with her set smile
and contracting eyes.
j "Ah," i lie saiil dryly, "so she is hero,
j I thought si). Which of you is it, eh?
It's a good spec; Military's a rich man.
Shea not particular.
Tho man had Btopped as if listening,
his head n.rnod toward tho road. Then
he turned carelessly and facing her
again wuvd his hand with a gesture of
tired dismissal and said: "Qol You'll
find your driver over there by the tol
shed: He has heard nothing yet, but
I've given you fair warning. Go!"
Ho walked slowly back toward tho
shod as the woman, snatching up tho
reins, drovo violently oil in tho direc
tion where the mon had disappeared.
But she turned aside, ignoring her wait
ing driver in her wild and reckless
abandonment of all her old conventional
attitudes, and lashing her horse forward
with tho same set smilo on her face, the
same odd relaxation of figure and the
same squaring of her elbows.
Avoiding tho main road she pushed
iuto a narrow track that intersected un
other nearer the scone of the accident to
Rose's buggy three weeks before. Bhe
had nearly passed it when she was hailed
by a strange voice, and looking up por
ceived a horseman floundering in the
mazes of the wheat to one Bide of tho
track. Whatever mean thought of hor
past life she was flying from, whatever
mean purpose she was flying to, bIvo
pulled up suddenly and as suddenly re
sumed hor erect, aggressive stiffness.
The stranger was a middle aged man, in
dress and appearance a dweller of cities.
He lifted his hat as he perceived the oc
cupant of the wagon to be a lady.
"I beg your pardon, but 1 fear I'vo
lost my way in trying to make a short
cut to tho Excelsior's company rancho."
"You aru in it now," said Mrs. Ran
"Thank you, but where can I find the
"There is none," she returned with
her old superciliousness, "unless you
choose to give that name to the shanties
and sheds where the laborers and serv
ants live, ?iar the road."
The stranger looked puzzled. "I'm
looking for a Mr. Dawson," ho said re
flectively, "but I may have made somo
mistake. Do yon know Maj. Randolph's
"I do. I am Mrs. Randolph," she
The stranger's brow cleared and he
smilod pleasantly. "Then this is a for
tunate meeting," he said, raising his hat
again as ho reined in his horse beside the
wagon, "for I am Mr. Mallory, and I was
looking forward to the pleasure of pre
senting myself to you an hour or two
later. The fact is, an old acquaintance,
Mr. Dawson, telegraphed me yesterday
to meet him here on urgent business and
I felt obligod to go there first."
Mrs. Randolph's eyes sparkled with a
sudden gratified intelligence, but her
manner scorned rather to increase than
abate its p,-rim precision.
"Our meeting this morning, Mr. Mal
lory, is both fortunate and unfortunate,
for I regret to say that . your daughter,
who has not been'quite herself since the
earthquake, was missing this morning
and has not yet been found though we
have searched everywhere. Understand
mo," she said, as the steanger started, "I
We have grain farms, stock farms, fruit farms, lands
cultivated and lands uncultivated, timber lands and paramo
lands, business lots, blocks, buildings, dwelling lots, houses,
and acre property for garden or residence purposes.
Abstracts made, titles examined, loans negotiated, and
careful investments made for non-residents. We are hero
for business. Cur ollice is always open. Friends and stran
gers alike are invited to come and see us. Holow you will
lind a few bargains taken at random from our books:
1(H) lots in "Weslynn," a handsome new addition on
West side near the falls and factories. Size of lots 50 by 100
feet, price $150.00, $10 down and $5 a month without in
terest or taxes.
ly Opposite the
have no fear for her Immunol safety I
am only coucerned for any Indiscretion
that she may commit in tho presence of
these strangers, whose company she
would seem to prefer to ours."
"But I don't understand you, madam,"
said Mallory sternly. "You are speak
ing of my daughter and"
, "F.xcivse me, Mr. Mallory," said Mrs.
Randolph, lifting her baud with her dry
est deprecation and her most desiccating
mile, "I'm not pansing judgment or
criticism. I am of a foreign race, and
coiri'ipiently do not understand the free
dom of American young ladies and their
familiarity with the opposite sex. I make
no charges; I only wish to u suro you
th.it she. will no doubt lie found in the
company and under tho protection of her
own countrymen. There U," she added,
with ironical distinctness, "a young me
chanic or Held hand, or quack well
doctor, whom she seems to admire, and
with whom she appears mow or less on
Mallory regarded her for a moment
fixedly, and then his sternness relaxed to
a inischiovou.dy complacent smile. "That
must be youug Rent, of whom I've
heard," he said, with unabated cheerful
ness. "And I don't know but what she
may bo with him after all. For, now 1
think of it, a chuckle headed fellow of
whom a moment ago I inquired the way
to your house told me I'd better ask tho
young man and young woman 'who
wero philandering through the wheat'
yonder. Supnwo wo look for them?
From what I'vo heard of Rent he's ton
much wrapped up in his inventions for
flirtation, but it would bo a good joke to
stumble upon them."
Mrs. Randolph's eyes sparkled with a
mingling of gratified malieo and undis
guised contempt for the fatuous father
beside her. But before she could accept
or decline the challenge it ha 1 become
useless. A murmur of youthful voice
struck her ear, and he suddenly stood
upright un 1 transfixed iu tho carriage,
for lounging down slowly toward them
out of tho dim green aisles of the ar
bored wheat, lost in themselves and the
shimmering veil of their seclusion, cumo
the engineer, Thomas Rent, mid on his
arm, gazing ingenuously into his face,
the figure of Adele, hor own perfect
"I don't think, my dear," said Mr.
Mallory, as the anxious Rose Hew luto
his anus on his return to Han Jose a few
hours later, "that It will be tieee.wary
for you to go back again to Maj. Ran
dolph's before wo leave. I have said
'good-by' for you and thanked them,
and your trunks are packed and will be
sent here. Tho fact is, my dear, you Bee
this affair of tho earthquake and the
disaster to tho artesian well have upset
all their arrangements, and I am afraid
that my little girl would be only in their
way just now."
"And you havo seen Mr. Dawson, and
you know why ho sent for you?" asked
tho young girl with nervous eagerness.
"Ah, yes," said Mr. Mallory thought
fully; "that was really important. You
see, my child," ho continued, taking her
hand in ono of his own and patting tho
back of it gently with the other, "we
tliink, Dawson and I, of taking over
tho major's ranch nnd incorporating
it with tho Excelsior, to lie worked in
shares like the Excelsior, and as Mra.
Randolph is very anxious to return to
tho Atlantic states with her children it
is quite possible. Mrs. Randolph, as you
havo possibly noticed," Mr. Mallory went
on, still patting his daughter's hand,
"does not feel entirely at homo hero, and
will ronseonentlv leave the inaior free
to rearrange By himself the rancho ou
the now basis. Iu fact, as the change,
must bmado beforo tho crops come in,
she talks of going next week. Rut if
you liko tho placo, Rose, I've no doubt
tho major nnd Dawson will always find
room for you and me when wo run down
thcro for a kittle fresh air."
"And did you have all that in your
mind, papa, when you came down here?
And was that what you and Mr. Dawson
wanted to talk about?" said tiio autou
"Maiirty, my dear, mainly. You see.
Tin a capitalist now, and the real value
of capital is to know how and whon to
apply it to certain conditions,"
"And thin Mr. Mr. Bent do you
think he will go on and find the water
papa?" Baid Rose hositatingly.
"Ah. Cent! Tom Bontl Oh, yes,"
said Mr. Mallory with great heartiness.
"Capital follow, Bontl and mighty I n
gonious. Glad you mot him I Well"
thoughtfully, but still heartily "ho may
not find it exactly where ho expected,
bnt he'll find it, or something bettor.
We can't part with him. and he's prom
ised Dawson to stay. We'll utilize him,
you may bo cure."
It would seem that they did. And
from curtain interviews and conversa
tions that took place botweon Mr. Bent
and Miss Mallory on a later visit it
would also appear that her father had
exorcised a discreet roticence in regard
to a certain experiment of tho young in
ventor of which he had been an acci
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a series of wings as tho toy is moved
ubout in the air, a striking arrangemont
connected with tho wings is made to
successively raise and roloase a series of
metal reeds and canso a melody to bo
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T1M1IKH LAND, ACT JUNE 8, 1S7S.
KOTK'II ITOSt I'l ltl.H'A'S'RO.
Unitkii Status land Otock, (
oiimioN citv, ou., Oct. k:i, iKiin.j
N'olloe la hereby given that In compliance
with the provlhlniiH of the nut of cougruaa of
Juno 8, 1H7N, on ll 1 1 oil "An act for the mile, of
timber lands In the Btiitos of California, Ore
gon, Nevada nnd Washington Territory, '
Christian 11 Morrison, ,
nf Olcx, coiintv ol Olllliim. stum ol Oregon, has
thla day tiled lit this ollice his sworn stulement
No. 'JililO, for the purelniso ol tho a of nel.. and
lots t audi of section No. 4, ill township No. 1
south range No. Senst mid will od'oi' jiroof to
to show that the land sought Is more vnltia bin for
lla timber or stone Ihnn for ugrieiilturil pnr
noKea, nnd to cut ibllsh lilscluiiii tostild lnnd be
fore the register noil receiver of this ollice ai. Ore
gon Cllv. Oregon, ou Tuesday, the tilth dny of
lie names fis wilnesfioa: W P. Holes, Mary
A Heddi n. of Olex, Or., C, II. Ilydo, aud C. C.
Mauds, nf Tho Dilles, Or.
Any and nil persons claiming adversely tho
above-described ltuuls are l'eijuostcd to tile
their ii ulnm In this ollice on or beloro snid 1llth
day of March, 181)1. J. T. APi'KKHON,
1-2-4 ;2-b Register.
WOTM'li t oil Itl.H'A'I'lO.'X
I'NlTKIl htatk I,Arini)rnc,
OitauuN Cit Or., I'o. a law.
Niitli-i' It hrrrhy alvi'ii that the (cillowluic
iiniiu-il nuttier haa liiia nli-d iiotlca of hla ftitnu
tiou tu miika tlual iir.iof Iu niii)iort nf till r.ialm
h ml thai hiilil iroot will lie uiuitu tififora Hc-kIh-i-i-r
and rui-nlvtir of thu 7 H. Laud iHheii at Ortr
koii l.'Uy, Ori'ijini, ou J mi inn y ly, Ih'jl, vU;
Niiiiry J, KiikId,
furtnii.-ly Niuhjv llluffe, liunifMlaad entry, No,
fco-l tir tli w'y of in!, and if1 j of aw' ui ac
."J, t f. , r ;: i),
llu uniiini lilt. iiill(mii( wlthea!-!! to prove
lilw I'.uiunuiiiM rpniili'tn'i- uin and itulilva-1
In, ii' ui, null) lind. v(j: Jjiiii" ):iiy, Januw
t 1 k -y . li.iv ld i mini, hi, liiilieri limy, all ot
iii'imiiii, r.ii i.iai'k HlKiM i ti., ui-.
J. I' Ai'PKHSMN, Keflstrr.
NOTK'K FOlt l'UBLiCATlON.-TlM-
I1KU LAND At'T,Ji:.NI-: 3. 187H.
1'iiltcd Slolo Land Offlca,
OroKiui Cliy, or.. Oct. 3, lJ0.
Notice t hnrchy slviui that In compllauce
with the iirovtM'.uia nf thu act of couitremi
ot .limn H, 1H7S, fiilliled. "An act lor thu aale ol
llmlicr hiuda In tlinlalia ol Cnlllorulu Ori'ifou,
Nevada mid WnnlilUKtuii Tcrrltury,"
John A. Kleteliur,
of I.lttlc f'ulla, coillily ol lwla, aiata nf Waali
liiMtou. hiN ttila itny llli-il in tlila otllce tila Nworu
aiiiit'iiituit No, .lir.. for the i,,ir'haae f thu
ae1, ot nut-Hun No. ffl, Iu tow n uh i p No. 2 aouth
raiiKii No, 7 ivial, mid will oitur iroof to allow
thl Hi,' IiiiiiI aourht It more vuliiable lor lia
tlmhcror moni- than for aKili-ulturtil iuriiima
and to eMlHbllNll tlU nlaiiu In anld laud ht'foru
llm rcirUlcr aud rucalvar ot thla oltlce ai Ore
Hon Cllv, Or, on Wt'dueaday the atli day ol
He naiiica aa wttiiiii.ca: frank llanloi)
William McKiiikIc, Thoinaa Well., of Little
I'alln, P. O.. Lcwl Co,, Wah , and John
Mi-l-iiyre, Sandy, Clai'kaueia eounly, Or.
Any pcrnona claiiniiia ndvernely the almve-dt-icil!itd
land are reiiiei.iiit to tile their elaluia
on thla iiilice ou or tieloie aald 41 h duy uf
March, 11. J. T. APPKIISUN,
duller for I'lihllciillou.
t'KITBn HTATaa Lanii iikkii a,
Ohruos City, Or., Oct, a isuo.
Noilre li hereby aireu that In ronitiliauee
wiltt the provlatoiia ot the act of conKreaa of
j n in- a. 1S7K, rullllcd, "All act for the aale of
liiuher laiula In the kinteanf California. Oreaiiii,
Nevada aud Wimhlnalon Territory,"
of 'l'hu liallei, eouniy of Wh.ico. atnte of Ore
koii, Ima thla day Hied In llita ollice tila aworn
aiHU-iiicnl No, :uul, for Hie nurchaae of the
ae1, ot neiHlou No. 1'j, In (owu.hiii No, t aouth,
niia No a ani,nnd will ollr proof to ahow that
die laud Motialii la more valuable for lla
llinlwr or alone than for iiKrlcultural pur
poea. nod to eatiibllhli tila claim to aaid lnnd
lielore the reirintor aud receiver of ttila
eiliue at orcKou city. Or, ou Viedneaday the
ll'lh d.iy ot liect'inher, laiiu
He itamca aa aa wUiickkcn- c, H. Morrlaon, W.
P llolca. nl oleic. Or K. J.Morrlaou.J. U Law
kou. of The Oallca, Or,
Any aud all pcrnoim claiming adveraely the
above-ileicrliied tiutd are reuueated to fllothelr
(ilnlma In thin ollice ou or beforo ald llthday
of M ircli, laul. J, T. APPKKHi IN.
MHK K 1'OIt II III.K'ATIO.X.
PniTcn HTATKa Lann Ornei.)
OKkoon City. Or , Nov. t, 18:0. (
Notice ll hereby ijlven, fiat Iu compliance
with the provlaioiiK ot the act of fouKrenaof
June ll. 1K7S, entitled "An aci for the aale of
Umber lauds hi Hie Stateaot California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Wanhlnatoii Territory."
Charlea A. Kalua.
ot Portland, county of Multnomah, atate nf Ore
(on, ha Ihia dny (fled Iu thlaotlice hla aworn
hliiteuient No, I'iiD, for the purchaae ul the lota
1 and 8 and t ol aw1, nf aectloii
No. ll". In township No. I eoulh, Mii(e No. 6 earn
aud will offer priHit to allow thill the UudaiiUKht
la more valuable for Ita timber or atone than for
aifrlcultural tiurpiwea and to otiihKh bin claim
to aald laud before the rcufaU'r aud receiver ot
inn olllie, at Oreitou City, OrcKou, ou Mon
day, the ath day of January, laiil,
lln nmnca aa wlllleae: W. Naamvth. N. B
Iliilch. W. Saxo and J. Fulir, all of Portland,
Multnomah, Co. Oregon.
Any and all pe.aona elalmliiR ndvcrnely the
aliwvc-dc.crlbud landa are reiiieated to (He
their claims In thla ollice on or beloro laid 1Mb
iluy oi January, laui.
ll--l-S J. T. APPKKSON.
IMoltcc lor lublirullan.
T1MB1SU LAND ACT, JUNE 8, 1H78,
Culled Btalca Land Office.
Ori'KOU City, Oregon, Sept. W, lstW.
Nnttco la hereby given I lint Iu complluiice
with the provision of tho act of coutrreaa of
jiiiieii, .a, entitled "All act lor the naie ol um
tier hinds iu the htiiiea of Caliloruia, Oregon,
Nevada and Wnahlngton Territory,"
ol Little Folia, county of Lewis, atate of Waali
limton, tine thla day tiled In thla ofllco hla
aworn atatcinen; No, VJitOfi, for the purchaae of
me at";, oi aeciion rio. 111, in inwusnip no. -a
iouIIi range No. 7 east, and will oiler proof
to aiiow nun tue iai:u aougiu la more viuuatiie
for lla timber or atone than for agricultural
purpose, and to eatnbllali hla claim to aald
land beloru the Keglator and Kereiver of thla
ollice at Oregon Clly, Oreaon, ou Wednesday,
the 'iilh dny of February 1M
He nainea aa wit,, eases; Prank Hiinlou, Wm.
MelCeuxle.tl Peter ChriHtens-ui, Haua Auilerauu,
of Little Palls, Lewis county, Wnshltmton.
Any nnd all persona claiming adversely the
abiive ileKerlbeil lnnda nrereiiiested to rile their
ciiiima in iniHomce on or lielore anld V im day ol
February, 18'JL J T. APPKKSON,
UI); 1H Koglsier,
NOTICE KOR l'UBUCATION.-TlM-BKU
LAND ACT, JUNE 3, 1878.
United States Lnnd Office,
Oregon City, Oregon, Oct. 2D, 1H0O,
Notice la hereby given thnt In compliance
Willi the provisions ot the uet of conaresa ol
June ,11, 1878, entled "An act for the. sale of
tinnier lauusin the stales ol caltlorniii, Oregou,
Nevada and Washington Territory"
n single lady, of Portland, county of Multno
mah, suite of Oregou, has this day filed til thu
otllce her sworn statement No. 2,ejii, Tor the
purchase of tho sw'4, of sec No 'i south, range
No 7 east and will oiler proof to show that the
laud sought Is more valuable for Its llmlicr or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to
estnhllsh her claim lo said land before the
register mid roeelver ol this olllco ut Oregou
City, Oregon, on Thursday, the 12th. day of
Hhe names as witnesses: J. F, Wood, Henry
Molatt, 1, N. Towusloy, C. A, Towusloy, of Port
In ml, Or.
Any nnd nil porsnnr claiming adversely the
above-described lauds uru requested to file
their claims iu this ollice on or lielore said 12th
day ol March, 18D1. J T. APPEKSON,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, TIM
BER LAND ACT, JUNE 3, 1878.
United States Land Ofllco,
Oregon City, Or , Oct 25, 1890.
Notice la hereby given that iu ooiupltnnoe
with the provisions of tho not ol pongruaaof
JllucS, 1878, puUtler) "An net for the sale u(
timber lauds Iu the states of Cnllforuta, Oregon,
Nevada nnd Washington Territory;
Mrs. C. A. Townsley,
a widow lady, ol Portland, county of Multno
mah, Mato ot Oregon lias thiiduy filed In this
olllco her sworn statement No. 2'.','I8, for the pur
elniso of the sc'i, of suction No. 2, iu township
No. 2 south, rnngo No. 7 east, nnd will otter
proof to show that the land sought is inure
valuable for Ita timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, aud to establish her nlalin
to snid hind before the register aud recolvur of
thlsoilleoat Oregon City. Oregou ou Thursday,
the 12th day ot March, Mil.
She names aa witnesses: Henry Molntt, J
F. Wood, I. N. Towusloy, Anna Urausou, nil
of Portland, Or
Any aud all persons claiming adversely the
iibove-doscribcd hinds are requested to tile
their claims lu this otllce on or before said 12tli
day of March, 1891. J, T, APPKKSON,
11-20:1-29 1 Register,
A number of choice, two acre tracts of fruit and garden
land on Clackamas river one mile below town at $200 an
Four town lots in the original town site, level, fenced, side
walk, city water, covered with bearing fruit trees, a choice
variety, size of lots G2 by 105 feet, priee $450.00 each.
Farm 820 acres A No. 1 fruit and grain land, four miles
east of Oregon City, 80 acres under cultivation, 8 acres or
chard. House, barn and all necessary out-buddings. Trice
$25 acre. A fine farm to cut up into small tracts.
62 by 125 feet on Main street with two store buildings,
Assignees Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice la lu'rahy iilven that I, Ann Huiidnra,
axulKiii'ii ot lha CBlnU olJ. J, Herman, hfliik
riiU, lutve fHwl my II mil nccmint with voiii.'hi-ra
tor llio Dual avlllciucut ol th almve ciillllcd
iiiatlcr and all iiuiniuih aru tlnrctore uotllliMl to
file oht-cliouM ;o Hitch iHlli'Uictti It any tliay
have, ou or lit'lora Ilia 11 ml day nl the next
Icriii nt l he Circuit court of the HUUc ol Orcguli
lor the Ccuuty of Clackauiaa,
Ai 8 M.Klin
Dalad lhl Dec lOili Ik'.K).
Puhliahcd hy order of Ilou. Krnuk Taylor,
JiuIkc of anld Court, ,
.Wi'H'i: I'Oat I'llll.M'ATIO.V
UniTgn Htatks Laud Oiru (.(
1 Oregon city, Or. Kept. 20, 1'A
Notice la hereby given, that In compliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of
Junes, 1878. entitled "An act fur the sale nf
timber lauds In the states of California, Oregou,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
Hans P Chrlstenaeii.
nf I.lttlo Falls, c, unity of Lewis, Slate nf Wash
ington, ties una nay men in una ollice his
sworn statement No. 2lasi, for the purchase of
the iw1,. ul section No. 14, In township No 2
south, range No. 7 east, ami will oiler proof to
show that the land sought la more valuable for
ila timber oi stone than fur agricultural pur
th.svaaud ui establish liii claim to said land
before Hie register and recel er ol this ollice at
Oregon City, Oregon, ou Wednesday, the 2"th
day uf Kebiuaiy
He names a witnesses: Thomas Wills, Wm.
McKensie, Frank llanlou. Hans Anderson, all
of Lttlle Falls, Lewis county. Washington.
Any aud all persons claiming adversely the
above described lauds aru requested to 111
their claims Iu this oihce ou or before said iith
day of February 18j, J. T. APPKIlHoN.
ll- ;1 !tegister
T1MIIKK LAND, ACT JUNK 3, 1878.
oi i i: t on vi iii.h'atiov
I'mitkii Ktatks Land on ice,!
OkmuiN City, Or., Oct. i!3, 18'J,)'
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance
with Ihe provisions ol the act of congress of
J ii ii- 8, 178, entitle d, "An act forihesale ol lim
ber lands In the states of CtiliforuU, Oregou,
.cairn, uuu n sMiii-guui lerriiury,
Win P. Hales.
of Olex county nf lillliam. stale of Oregon, has
thla day filed Iu this oUice his atom slate
meiit No. 21128, for the purchaae of the ne4 uf
aeetlou No. 8, lu lon'tiship No. 1 south,
range Nn. 8 cast and will otter proof to
show that the .ami sought ts more valuable ter
lla limber or alone iliau for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish hla claim to said laud
lielore the register r-nd receiver of this otitee
at oregou city, Oregon, on Tuesday, the loth
day ol March, lavti
lie names as witness- Mary A. Redden, C.
II, Morrison, of Olex, Or., C. II. Hyde, C. C.
Sands, nf The Dalles, or.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
aoore-iiescriueii emus are requested lit nie
their el ilius lu thlsoillce on or before the loth
.day of March, laid.
12 4 2-5 J. T. Arrmtsos,
TIMltF.lt LAND. ACT JUNK S. 1878,
.totit-e lor I'ulillcnllou.
t'nlTKti Stat(s I, inn Orrtn,
Okkuou Citv, Or,, oct. 23, lsuo.
Notice la hereby given that tn compliance Willi
the provisions of ihe acts congress of June 8,
1878, entitled, "aii net for the sole of timber lauds
In the states of California, Oiegon, Nevada aud
Francis J Morrison,
of Olex, county of Ollllam stale of Oregou,
has this day filed lu this otllce her sworn state
ment No. 2.BU, for the purchase of thesi5 of nw'i
and lots 8 and 4 of section No, 4, lu township
No. 1 south, rango N". 8 Fast, aud will oiler
proof to show that the laud sought is more
valuable for Us tmil er or stone than for agri
cultural pnrposis ,nnd to establish her claim
to said laud before the register nnd receiver ot
this ollice at uregou City, Oregon, ou Tuesday,
Ihe Illih day of M uch, 181U,
Hhe names as witnesses: W. P. Holes, Mary
Jtetldeu. ol olex, or., C. 11. Hyde, and C, C.
Sands, of The li.illes, Or.
Any and alt persons claiming adversely tho
above-described laud are requested to file their
Claims lu this olllco on or before said 10th day
nf Vi.reh. yl
J. T. APPKKSON
TIMBER LAND, ACT, JUNK 3, 1878,
IVollve lor l'ublirutliiu.
UNtTgn 8tates Land Own, I
Oukuon City, Or., Oct. 28, ISM,
Netlce ta hereby given that In compliance
with tha provisions of tho act of emigres of
JunoS, 1878. entitled "An act (or the sale nftiiu
ber lauds In the states of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washluuton Territory,"
Jacob I). Lnwsou,
of The Dalles, county of Wasco, state of Oregon,
has this this day Died in this ollice his sworn
statement No. 2882. lor the purchase of the ue'i
of section No. 12, lu township No. 1 south,
rnngo No. 8 east, and will oiler proof to show
that the land sought Is more valuable for Its
Its timber or stuno than for agricultural
purposea. nnd to establish his claim to aaid
land beloro ihe register aud receiver of this of
fice at Oregon City, Or,, on Wednesday, the 11th
dny of Mnroli, 18.il,
He unmea as witnesses: O. II. Morrison, W.
P. Holes "of Olex, Or., F..J.Morrisou, J. Hroivu,
of T he Dalles, or.
Any nnd nil persons claiming adversely the
above described lnnda are requested to tile
their olnims In this ollice or or belore the 11th
day of March, 18.il,
12-4;2-5 J, T. APPEKSON. '
TIMHKR LAND ACT JUNK S, 1878-N0TICK
United States Land Office,
Oregon City, Oregon, Sept. 21), lS'H).
Notice Is hereby given, thnt iu compliance
with the provisions ot the act of congress of
June 8, 1878, entitled "An act for the snle ol Um
ber lands In the States of California Oregou,
Nevada and Washington. Territory,
of Little Falls, county of Lewis, state of Wash
ington, has this day tiled lu this ollice his sworn
statement No 2.104, for the purchase of the
nwli of toetion No, 14, In township, No 2 south
range No. 7 east, nnd will otter proof to
show thf.t tho laud sought is more valuable for
Its timber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, aud tn establish his claim to said land
belore the register and receiver of this ollice at
Oregou City, Oregon, on Wednesday, the 2filh
day of February 18D1.
He names as witnesses: Frank Hnlon, H.
P. ChTlstonsen, Thomas Wills, Hans Ander.
son, all of Little Fulls, Lewia Co. Washington-
Any nnd nil persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands nre requested to tile
their claims In this olllco ou or beforo snid ffith
dny of February 181)1, J. T. APPKRSON,
"-8 U-8 Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
TIMBER LAND ACT, JUNK, 3, 1878.
United States Laud Ollice,
Orogou City, Or. Oct. 25, 1890
Notice Is hereby glveu that In oomplinnoe
with the Provisions of the act of Congress of
Juno II, Ihfd, entitled "All not for tho sale of
timber lnnda In the states of California, Oro
fou, Nevada, and Washing-tun Territory,"
Isaac N. Townslev..
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregou has this dny filed in this ottleo his
sworn stntoment No 2SS7 for tho oitrchaseof
the ue1 , of suction 14, in township No. 2 south,
range No, 7 east, aud will oiler nroof to show
that the lnnd sought Ib more vnluablo for Its
timber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his claim to said land belore
the register aud receiver of this office at Ore
gon City, Oregon, on Thursday, the 12 dny of
Mnroh, 18:1). '
Ho names ns witnesses; Henry Metatt, J. F,
Wood, C. A Towuslev. Anna Rranaoii. of Purl.
Any and all persons claiming adversely tho
above-described lands are requested to tile
their claims in this ofllco on or before snid 12th
day of March, 18SI: J, T. APPF.RSON.
11-20:1- 20 Register
Ailiirir'H Notice of ('Intel ttcta
Nutlet ts hereby glvenjthat I, Asa gandera,
assignee ot the estate of W, II. Herman, bank
rupt, have tiled my final account with vuuehera
for a final si tlleiiiuiil o, the above entitled
matter and all persons art. therefore notified
to hie obleeilous to such settlement If any,
they have on or before the first duy of next
term of snid Circuit Court of the State oi Ore
gon for the Counly of Ctni-ksmits,
Daied Ibis loc. IDili, ls-,0. Published by
order of the Judge, Ilou. Frank '!ylor, Judge
of Slid court.
K u ui m ocia).
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Clackamas Coiiuly :
Hetsy S. Moore, neo, Heals
Frank Jones, defendant.
To Frank Jones, aald defrndant:
Iu the name of the state of Oregou: You ar
hereby luiumoued aud required tube aud ap
pear lu the above entitled Court and answer
the complaint of the plalntllf filed against you
In the above entitle,! suit, ou or before the
first day ol the uet regular term of laid
Court, to wlt:
Ou Monday the 20th day of April, A. D , 1891
And you are hereby uiiiltied Unit It you fail
so 10 appe ir aud answer said complaint, th
plalntili will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded In said complain!, namely: For
a decree agaiust vou fur the sum of rive Hun
dred dollars, and interest thereon ai;:?e the
Slsidny ol October, a. D, lsaa. at the rate of
ten percent. er annum, due upon your cer
tain promissory note glveu Kdwnrd S. Elliott,
October ill, 1.H87, and afterwards duly sold aud
nsslgneed lo pmitititl', for the sum ol Fifty
dollars attorney s tec. provided, iu the mort
gage hereinafter referred te: tor costs aud
disbursements ul this anil to be taxed: for the
(ureclosiire of thnt cert ilu inurignge glveu by
you lo secure snid promissorv note, upou the
billowing described tracts of laud situated
iu the Count)- of Clacknmas and Slat? of Ore
gou. Pin in beginning at a stake set oil the
boiiuibiry line, enst side ot In, nation Claim,
No. 88, in T4S, U2 fc of lue Willamette Mer
iilnu being lioniuion Chun ol llairisou
W right: and snid grant being Ihe division line
between husband a and wife s pans of said
claim; running thence north 44 degrees east,
tracing the east boiimliiry line ol said claim,
4n.i, chains; thence north 4fi degnes, Ilu mm.
West, 8.1.7a chains to the Counly road leading
lu Oregon city; thence along snid road south
westerly lo where division line ol said claim
between husband and wile, crosses said road,
thence souih. tracing said division Hue
tu the place of beginning, coutaiuliif 100
acres, mure or less. x
also: Ueginnlngat the 8011th Corner of the
Donation claim of tlnrritou Wright and wife
In 1 4 S, li 2 1C, uf the Willamette Meridian, and
running thence north 44 demees. ai mm.
1.64 chains lo the division line bettveeu hua
baud a aud wife's parts of said claim ; thence
North tracing said division line .li.M chains,
toabonlder stone. 24Cxl2 inches square set
in wngnn road leadiug to Oregon, Citv. thence
south 18 degrees wsi, along, said wagon road
2H...7 chains tu l, e west bouudary line of said
claim: thence south 40 degrees, 3(1 mln, east,
tracing s..ld West boundary line 11 24
chains to the placo of beginning, containing
17.21) acres more or less, and for a decree
directing the snle of said land lor ihe payment
of the sum due upou aald note and mortgage
together vi llli said attorneys fees, aud the
costs and disbursements of ibis suit and such
sale, for any further relief demanded iu the
12-18:1-30 JOHNSON Jt IDLEMAN,
Stale of Oregon,)
Counly of Clackauiaa,) s"
Ring I. Colin Guard. 1
F. M. Hansen, et al )
Notice is hereby given that by vlitueof an
order ol court and an execution Issued out of
nnd under the seal ot the Circuit Court of
Clacknmus County and stale of Oregon and
direeled and delivered as Sheriff of said
County and Suite, dated .Nov. 28, A. D. 18ic.i,
Commanding me iu the name ol the State of
Oregon to uiako sale of tho following de
scribed real estate to mike the sum of 8419,25
with Interest thereon at the rnte of teu per
cent per annum since the tith day of November
181)0 and $fi0 as attorney fees and J81.76 as ac
crued costs, and tne further sum ol 822 80 at
costs etc. Now iu order to make the above
amounts, 1 will on the 10th dny of January,
A. 1) , 18SI1 nt ihe Court House door in said
county and state at the hour of 10 A. M ol
said day, will proceed to sail all deffs right title
lnteicst iu and to tho following described
real estate to-wlt: The nw'i of section 8, T
S, It 5 K, lu Clackamas County, Oregou.
W. VV. H. SAMSON.
By J. K. MOKKIS, Deputy.
Dntcd this 10th day of Dee. A. D., 1800.
Stnla nt rii-.,irn )
Couuty ol Clackauiaa. i ss
A. K. Latnurette, Kx.
D. R. wll'l's, J
Laramie Muyer. I
Ida Mayer. J
Notice is hereby given thnt by virtue "f an
execution issued out of aud under the seal of
the Circuit court of the Stale ol Oiegon, Clack
nmus County, dated Nov. 28, laisj, and tome
direeled nnd delivered, as Sheriff, command
ing me In the name of the stale of Oregon to
make sale ut tho hereinafter described real
properly belonging 10 said Defendants, in or
der lo make ihe sum of $21111, together with
Interest Iheieon at the rnto of 10 per cent per
annum from the tith day of November, 1890,
and the further sum of 828 00 as accrued costs,
and for the further sum of 200 as Attorney fees
Now. 1 will ou Saturday, Jan. 10, 1891, ut the
Court House door in snid County and State
at the hour of 1 o'clock, P. M. of snid day, pro
ceed to aell at public miction to tho highest
bidder for cash In hind, nil the Defendant's
right title and Interest iu and to the (nllnu i,,a
described real property, to-wit:
ueginmng at a point '."2 chains and 71iuka
North, 58 deirreca and .80 min. West fmm ii.a
southern coi ner of claim No. 37 Ul T4S. R 2 iC
ol Ihe Willamette Meridian Tim anld ',.,,..,-
being North 44 degrees' and 80 minutes, Enst
la chains and 20 links distant from a point
14 chains and 80 links enst of the Southwest
corner of see 88 In aforesaid T and R, and run
ning thence north 68 degrees nnd 80 minutes,
West 11 chains nnd 48 1iuks. Thence North 44 '
degrees nnd 80 mlu. Sast, 87 chains and 60
links to the eastern boundary of said claim.
Thence south 58 degrees and 80 mlu. , East li
chains and 48 links Thouoe south 44 degrees
and 80 mln.. West 87 chains nnd SO links to ihe
place of beginning containing 100 acres of
land all In Clncknmna county, Oregon to snt
isfy Plalntlfl's said demands and costs and
disbursements. VV. W. II. SAMSON
Sheriff of Clackamas Co . Or
Dnted this 10th dny of Dec. A. D., 1SMJ,
TIMHKR LAND, ACT JUNE 8, 187S,
rtolico (or I'libUciiiiou.
Unitkd Status Lanu Okpicr, i
Oukuon City, Or., Oct. 28, 1890j
Notice Is horoby given that In compliance
...... v.. v riuiiaiuiin ui LIIO MUl Ul CnllUTpfiS ll
Juue 8, 1878, entitled "An act for the snleof tlm
her lamia In the atnies of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
, . Mnry A. Redden, 1
of Olex, county of Uilliam, state of Oregon, haa
thla dny (lie, In this ollice her swoni state
ment Mi. 2:127, for tho purchase of the swW
of section No 4, in township No, 1 aouth, range
no. h enst, and will otter proof to show that the
land sought ts more valuable for its tlmbor or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to ea
tablish Ins claim to said lnnd before the regis
ter and receiver of this otilce nt Oregon City.
Ore., on Tuesday, tho 10 day of March, 1891
vv d i?a,n,CB i witnesses: C. II. Morrlsou,
W, P. Holes, of Olex, Oregon; C. H, Hyde C
C. Sands, of The Dalles, Or. uyae' l"
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lauds are requested to file
tholr olalras 111 this oltlce on or before said 10th
o March, 1891. , . . J, T API'EKSON,