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Till; OREGON STATESMAN; FHIDAY. JUNE 17. lST.
Tsews of the Week from Be
yond the Etxkies.
AT TVEsT POINT.
(oiumrnrrmrtil ! Ihr 1'nited States Mili
Wkist Poikj, N. Y., June 9. Annual
examination and principal military ex
ercises are over, and there is nothing hut
praiUiating exercises in prospect (or Sat
urday. The Kt is crowded with visit
ors and tiie hotels are filled to overflow
ing. This morning the cadets built a
spar bridge, and a pontoon this afternoon.
To-tnorrovr Secretary Endicott and Gen.
Sheridan will arrive, and it is expected
that ttie president and Mrs. Cleveland
will spend a iew hjurs here Saturday
Geo. V. Childs, of Philadelphia, presi
dent of the hoard of visitors, will make
the principal address on Saturday, and
short addresses will be made by Secreta
ry Endicott and Gen. Sheridan. F. K.
SuunL, of Pennsylvania, stands highest
in the praduatmg class. Mr. Childs has
presented and bad hung in the mess hall
a full -length portrait of General Grant,
and the hall is now called Grant's Hall.
Last night there was a display of tire
works and a hop, and to-tnorrow there
will be a review in honor of the distin
ASKING FORTH K1K RIGHTS.
Jll Indian Council Mvniorialiaes the Pres
ident of the rnited States.
ErFAt-LA, Ind. Ter., June 9. The In
dian couucil has adopted a memorial to
the president on the land question. The
memorial makes an earnest appeal in be
half of civilized and wiM tribes against
the act providing for the allotment oi
lands in severalty to Indians. It says it
will be detrimental to their interests, as
it will, in the near future, engulf all oi
the Indians and tribes of the territory in
one catastrophe, to the enrichment of
land monojxjlies. It deprecates any
measure which will place Indians in so
unequal a contest The memorial states
that the Indian needs political identity,
an allegiance called elsewhere patriotism,
in order to make true progress in the af
faire of life, and asks that the president
(stay the operation of the law until they
shall tie in a condition to be benefited by
it. It further requests that the act be not
enforced until the tribes have an oppor
tunity of testing the validity of their
Tights before the judiciary of the United
Be Writes Himself Don as an Am in
His Own Paper.
New York, June 10. The entire first
page of Henry George's paper, the Stan
dard, is taken up with George's opinion
of the Union square incident of Saturday
night. After asserting that men who side
with John McMakin did right in not
yielding to the demands of O'Brien, he
says: 'The real truth of the matter is
that evidently O'Brien did not want to
identify himself or the parliamentary
party with the principle of land for the
people which McMakin does represent.
He was willing to accept an ovation from
the workingmen of New York provided
it should appear to be merely a tribute to
himself and to what he calls his ' mis
sion' and to the picayune land policy of
the parliamentary party ; but he was not
willing to accept any demonstration
which would have displeased the saviors
f society who hive ciuftared around him
in the United States or would give any
color to the assumption that the Irish
cause does involve a universal principle."
THE si W AMI COUNCIL
Demands of the Indians of Indian Terri
tory, Err Arm, Ind Ter., June 10. Yester
day the International Indian council con
cluded its sessions after selecting Fert
Gibson as the place for the nest meeting.
A resolution w as unanimously adopted in
the matter of railway improvements in
the territory, calling the attention of con
gress to the treaty of 186f, whereby but
two railroads were to be allowed to lie
constructed through the territory. Tiie
resolution protested against such it-uii-la-tion
as appropriates Indian lai.-.ln ior the
use of private corporations wnose em
ployes are amenable to no local laws.
The council entreats the government to
respect its own guarantee to protect the
Indian people. Thev request congress to
pass an enabling act, whereby all ques
tions aBecting the rights of Indians un
der treaty stipulation he referred to courts
of the I nited States and receive judicial
Tbirty-eveii Million Acres Devoted to the
Growth of this Cereal.
Washington, June 10. The June re
turns to the department of agriculture
indicate a reduction of nearlv 2 per cent.
in tiie area of winter wheat. The .spring
wneat area has been enlarged 6 per cent.
Most of the increase i in Ifakota. which
report an advance of 24 per cent. The
total area of w heat is about 37.000.OiX).
being M.90. The condition of spring wheat
is good in Dacota ana tiie territories west
ward, but below the average records in
Wisconsin. Minnesota, Iowa and Ne
braska. The general average is 87
The central belt westward from Pennsyl
vania and Virginia have suffered local
damage from the Hessian fly. and the
chinch bug has wrought injury in the
states of Missouri and Kansas. There is
an apparent enlargement of the barlev
acreage of 3 per cent. The increase is in
Dakota, California, Oreuon and the ter
ritories. The condition averages 7. The
increase is 4 per cent.
flBK AND UGHTMXG.
Tttrn I'ituburjr, Western I iiiou Telegraph
PiTTSBt BG, June 10. The main office
of the Western Union Telegraph Co. in
this city was partly destroyed by fire this
morning. All communication with the
outside world by the company's wires
was entirely cut off. and all their fine
machinery was destroyed. The tele
phone wires shared the same fate as
ihoee of the Western Union, and the
telephone company will not be in condi
tion to do business for at least ten days.
The Western Union Co. immediately
transferred its business to the Mutual
Union wires, and is gradually getting
into working condition. Only two upprr
floors of the building, which belongs to
the First National bank, and is one ot the
finest in the city, were burned. The di
rect loss will not tall under 10tt,lHKi,
while the indirect loss will aggregate a
much larger amount.
CLEVELAND AMI HILL.
The Former Hobnobs with the Latter at
the New Governor Mausiou.
Albany, X. Y., June 10 President
Cleveland and party reached here this
rooming and drove to the new executive
mansion and breakfasted with Governor
After siiending a iew hours at the ex
ecutive mansion the president and party
except Mrs. Cleveland, left on a special
tram. A crowd oi about hKM persons
were assembled to see him off. Mrs.
Cleveland will go to Osweao this after
noon to visit her friend Miss Kingsford.
A DEPENDENT PENSION" BILL
To Be Presented I nder the Auspices of
the Grand Army.
Madison, June 10. Adjutant Gray, of
the Grand Army of the Kepublic, is bus
ily engaged in issuing to all posts of the
country an important document in the
nature of a dependent pension bill, whose
passage will be urged on the next con
gress. It was drafted by the national
pension committee of the Grand Army of
the Republic appointed by Commander
in Chief Fairchiid, under a resolution of
the national encampment.
AN IMMENSE FIRE.
One Million Dollars' Lo in the Suburb
of New fork.
New York., June II. The immense
suuar refinery of the Havemeyer sugar
refining company in Williamsburg, near
Green Point, burned at S this morning.
The fire extended to the Devoe oil works
and destroyed everything, and leaped
nest to the stables of the Union Cross
town railroad company, which was burn
ed. Reeves & Perkins' lumber yard
burned. Jxt the refinery wharves fell
in. It is not known whether or not any
lives were lost. Ten men on the night
force are missing. The fire extended
along Hunter's Point bridge, which con
nected Green Point with Long Island
City, and across Newton creek shortly
after 3 o'clock. The entire fire reserve
force was called out. The buildings of
the Brooklyn coojierage company and
Gleason'a glass works were burned at 3
o'clock, and the locks and iron works
were threatened. It is impossible to es
timate the extent of the loos, but it will
exceed $1,000,000. The sugar house
covered nearly half an acre of ground.
The contents consisted of 25,000 barrels
oi refined sugar, 300,000 gallons of liquid,
and valuable machinerv. Thev are all a
total loss. They are valued at" f 400,000,
and insured for half the amount. Tiie
total loss on the buildingB is about f ttOO,
000. It is believed that no lives were lost.
OUE NEW SfAVT.
Ship Builders Backward About Asking
For Plans Far the New Vessel.
New York, June 11. The backward
ness of ship builders in applying for in
formation as to plans and specifications
for the new navy cruisers is causing con
siderable apprehension among naval
onicers. It is teared that ttie nuu. er of
bids to be opened on August 1st will Vie
very small. Thus far there lias been but
one inquiry for information about the
plans for the nineteen-knot cruisers, that
of the Union works, isan Francisco. A
full set of drawings and specifications
have been mailed them. They are not
certain they w ill submit a bid until they
have exaiuined the plans in detail. Not
an inquiry has yet been received as to the
Newark. Two seventeen hundred ton
gun boats will probably be constructed
by Cramp sc f-ons, Philadelphia. The
reasons for th-s backwardness on the part
of bidders is ascribed to the ranidiv in
creasing cost of material.
A DISHONEST PKINTEK.
He Embezzles the Money of the Typo
Buffalo, N. Y., June 11. A sensation
has deve!oied in the typographical con
vention during a secret session yesterday
afterntwn, the details of which are slowly
leaking out. It was learned mt night
that Treasurer Pascoe had tendered his
resignation, but the reason for his action
was kept closely a secret. This morning
it was learned that a shortage had been
discovered in Pasco's accounts. The
finance committee had been at work on
his books for some time, and soon as they
were convinced of the shortage they re
ported to the convention. What trans
pired in the secret session is known only
to the delegates themselves, but Pascoe
had severed his connection with the ex
ecutive department of the Union when
the doors were reopened.
A Kumar that Maloney V ill Return to
Nw York and Testify Against Sharp.
New York, June 11. An authority
closely connected with the district attor
ney's office, and believed to be absolutely
reliable, states that ail arrangements
have been completed for the return of the
former reading clerk of the board of alder
men, William M. Maloney, from Canada,
to testify for the prosecution in the a;s
proaching Jake Kharp trial.
This is the only means by which Ma
loney's lonaing to be back in New York
can be gratified, and he has be'n prom
ised immunity if he will testily against
Halting Chinese Concubineif.
New York, June 11. The houws of
Sin Poi and Wo Keep, agents of tiie Chi
nes importing houses, and who live at 4
and 4'u Mutt street, were raided yester
day by the police and the two were taken,
together with two Chinese girls, aged
about ten years, to the Tombs police
court. It is alleged that the girls were
bought in China and were held here as
prisoners by Poi and Keep, who intended
to hold them until they reached a mar
riageable age, when thev would lie sold
to tiie highest bidders. The girls were
committed to the society for prevention
of cruelty to children, and the men were
held lor tria' on the charge of kidnapping.
News ly Telegraph from
West of the Rockies.
FIRE IN PORTLAND.
The Department- Prompt Action Pre
Tentit a Heavy Loss.
Portland, Or., June . Fire broke out
at 4 o'clock this afternoon in the brick
building at Second and Alder streets, oc
cupied by a Chinese restaurant. The fire
caught from a range. The department
was prompt and the flames were quickly
extinguished. The damage mostly by
water, and amounted to aliout one thou
sand dollars. It is fullv insured.
HELD FOR MIRDEK.
A Man and His Wife Charged Ti lth Kill
ing m Hanker.
Nevada, Cal., June 9. The examina
tion of H. F. Dassonville and wife for the
alleged murder of Phillip Richards, the
hanker, was concluded last night. Roth
deiendants were held for murder. las
sonville was sent to jail, hut his wife was
allowed to give bail in the sum of f 10,
000. THE KAILKOAD COMMISSION.
The Bridge on the Oregou l'aelfle to he
Examined as to fcafety.
Albany, Or., June 10. Railroad Com
missioner Slater aud Clerk Bell arrived
here this morning, from Ashland. They
left on the one o'clock train for a tour of
inspection over the Oregon Pacific rail
road. The law, the commissioners say,
authorizes an examination of the track
and condition of the road, as well as the
carrying business. This trip is for the
purpose of examining several bridges
reported to be not substantially built.
All Kail Route Soon.
Sax Fbascisco, June 10. A gap of
only twenty miles remains between Cole's
station on the northern end of the Cali
fornia and Oregon railwuy and Ashland,
the southern enl of ttie Oregon and Cali
fornia. Work is progressing rapidly and
a junction will tie effected in about two
months, making an all rail route from
San Francisco to Portland. The time,
which is now forty-two hours, will then
be reduced to about thirty-six hours.
Reprieved by the Law's Delay.
Sas Francisco, June 10. Alexander
Goldenson, murderer of the school girl,
Mamie Kelly, was to have been hanged
to-day, but notice of apieal to the su
preme court has stayed execution. It is
believed a decision will not be given Ise
fore the latter part of the year.
Ieath of a Railroad Man.
Sax Francisco, June 10. John W.
Hittle, assistant general freight agent
of the Lehigh Valley railroad, who ac
companied a party of railroad people to
thi6 city, died of heart disease last night
Small Fire in Portland.
Portland, Or., June 10. A small fire
on the roof of a boarding house at Fourth
and Pine streets, at 3 o'clock this after
noon, caused an alarm. The damage
The High Water Bridget Gallui,her'a
Building ftold Ben Holladay.
Portland, June 11. The upper Co
lumbia is rising slowly ; the Willamette
is nearly at a stand here. f,
The Chinese theater, corner of Second
and Alder, the property of the notorious
Bridget Gallagher, now confined in the
San Francisco home for inebriates, has
been soli to V. II. lA-Uuthniutt for ten
lu Holladay arrived from the East
to-day. It is reported that he came-here
for the purpose of disposing of his EaBt
Portland estate to a wealthy American
Tiie Portland real estate exchange lias
leased a room on the lower floor of the
Oro Fino block, and will commence busi
An Old Man Declared Insane Driving
Cattle Over the Cacade-
Albany, Or., June 11. Or. J. A. Tyler,
aged 7-, was to-day declared insane, and
taken to the asylum. He has lieen suffer
ing from a stroke of paralvHis lately.
The malady took toe form of violent in
sanity, rendering confinement in the
lr. R. Koldewey, of Albany, was to
day appointed sheep insjiector for Linn
county by the Isoard of county commis
sioners. A. ilackleman will start for F.astern
Oreeon Monday with Ki!5 head of cattle,
driving over the Santiam pass. No teams
have crossed this spring, aud several feet
of snow still reported in the mountains.
The Elder to J'ort Moody.
San Francisco, June 11. The steamer
George V. Elder of the Canadian Pacific
line, left fur Port Moody yesterday with a
full complement of passengers for various
points East. In fact the Elder carried
out the largest passenger list which lias
left for the East by that route.
A Wife Murderer.
Phoenix, June 11. Adolph Liebenow
shot and killed Mrs. Liilie Court here yes
terday. The murderer surrendered him
self. He ; the shooting was acciden
tal. It is lelieved, however, the act was
caused by jealousy. Mrs. Court left her
husband a year ago.
Iah Angli.ks, June 11. The attorneys
for E. J. Baldwin have tiled a bill of ex
ceptions to the decision of Judge O. Mel
viney, denying their motion for change
of venue. The exceptions are. very vol
uminous and the case was continued un
The Home Rule Karl.
Sas Kuancihco, June 11. Among the
list of passengers on the steamer Alame
da, which arrived from Australia to-day,
were the earl of Aberdeen and wife. Lord
Aberdeen is known throughout the world
as Gladstone's home rule lord-lieutenant
Iseath of Sheridan.
Sax Francisco, June 11. News was
received here to-day of the death in Aus
tralia of W. E. Sheridan irom epilepsy.
Sheridan was a very popular tragedian
in the United Stata, and was recognised
as the best Shylock in the world.
North llounsi PuMKengem.
Mkdfokd, Or., June 11. Passed Med
ford to-night to arrive over the O. k C. :
11. II . Calahan, C. 11. Holmes. Sirs. J.
Weeks, Mrs. M. McKay, C. H. Jennings,
A. Crum, J. B. Oinsniore and wife, and
The Old Eme!-or.
Berlin, June 11. Emperor William is
much improved. The departure of Crown
Prince Frederick William for I-omloii, to
participate in the jubilee of Queen Vic
toria, has been postponed until Monday.
Want it SuHpeudnd.
Ixis AsiiELEs, June 11. The board of
trade has adopted a rejiort, asking the in
terstate commerce commission to indefi
nitely siisjhmhI sections three and four of
the interstate law.
Smallpox lu 'F'rlaeo.
San Francisco, June 11. A China
man was discovered in this city this
morning suffering from smallfiox.
Diarrhoea, dysoutery, inliatnmation of the bow
els or colic take internally from Ave to ten
drops oi Darbys Prophylactic Fluid in a table
spoonful of wmer every hour or two till im
provement take place. There in no daiiper of
taking mnre of it Aud more frequently if orca
sinn requires. 1h chronic caxes or when the
stomach refuses to retain everything else, use
injections of Uie fluid and water. Ne have
never known a case that did nut readily yieid
to such treatment, and it Mved the liven ef
CHILLS AM FEVER, MALAKU.
"Many ea.-es of fever aud arue. dumb airue
and consrestive chili were promptly arretted
aud entirely bannistied by the u.e of Siinmoiii,
Liver Regulator. You don't uy half eiioiiKh in
regard to the elhcacy of this valuable medicine
in cases of asrue. intermittent fevers, etc. Every
case ha lieen arrested immediately. 1 won a
sufferer for year with the liver disease, and
only found relief by uini the KeKUlator."
Hubert J. W ltui, batavia, Kane Co., 111.
"I am llvine In a neishbnorhnod surrounded
with diptheria and was attacked with ulcera
ted aore throat. 1 at once commenced to use
barbya Prophylactic Fluid, diluted about one
half as a tranrle. when (treat plot of hard mem
brane and mucous came from mr throat, and
the attack passed off. I am satisfied ol Its effi
cacy as a preventive and cure for diptheria."
W. P. WuonWAMi, KucaroHD, Pa.
LlSTi: TO YOlli avifi:.
The Manchester GrAP.rux. June rUh, P-3,
says: At one of the
Looking en the woodland ways! With clumps
of rhododendrons and great masseaof May
blossoms ! ! ! "There was an interesting
It Included one who had been a "Cotton spin
ner," but was now so
Paralyied ! ! !
That he could only bear to lie in a reclining
This refers to my case.
I was first Attacked twelve years ago with
(A paralytic disease of nerve fibre rarely cured
aud was for aeveral years not able t attend to
my business, although
Many things have been done for me.
The la.,1 experiment being uerve stretching.
Two years ago I was voted into the
Home for Incurables! Near Manchester in
I am no "advocate:" ' For anything in the
line of patent "Medicines
and made many objections to my dear wife's
constant urging to try Hop Bitters, but fiuaiiy
to pacify her
Consented ! !
I had not quite finished the first bottle when
felt a change come over me This was Satur
day November 3rd. On Sunday morning I felt
so strong I said K my room companion), "I whs
sure I couid
Bo J started across the lluor and back.
f hardly knew how to contain myself, i was
all over te bouse. 1 am gaming strength eacn
day. aud can walk quite salt without any
I am now at my own house, and hope soon to
to be able to earn my own living attaiu. 1 have
been a member of the Mancnenter
For hearij thirty yea, and was most hearti
ly congratulated on going iulo the room on
efy gratefully yours. Jons Bla' krci-.n.
Manchester. (Eng.) bee M. lsa.
'! wo years later am perfectly well.
OXE KXI'EKI i: t K O F M A N V .
Having experienced a great deal of
"T rouble"' from indigestion, so much so that I
came near losing my
M trouble always Kameaher eating any food
For two or three hours at a lime I had to go
thro.lgn the most
"And toe only wav I ever got"
YA a hy throwing up ail ray stomach cootsin
ed ' ' No one can conceive the p.tiio tw.'it 1
had to go through, until
I was taken I "So thnt for three week. 1 lay
in lied and
Cfiuid eat nothing ! ' !
My suffering were sotriat I called two doctors
to give me something thatwouid stop tne paiu.
Their efforts were no g'HKl to me.
At last I heard a giod deal
"About your Hop bitters!
And determined to trv them "
Got a bottle lu four hours I took the con
f-ext day I was out of bed, and have not seen
flour from the same f ume, since.
I have recommended it to hundreds of others.
You have no sucn
"Advocate a? I am."
'ieo. Kendall. Albion, Hoston. Mas.
GO EAST VIA
OliEMX SHORT LINE.
11 to ."jO0 miles the thonest and 12 to
THE QUICKEST HOITE TO THE EAST.
This popular line on account of its southern
location, is especially preferable for travel dur
ing trie winter mouths It also affords an oppor
tunity to visit Halt Lh city, and lienver w ith
out extra charge, ano .r-vs a choice of routes
via. Coun''ii IiiOiK tjju-iOH. nt. Joseph, Leaven
worth or Kan i-oli tirticuiars regard
ing routes and fares fi, ni lied on application.
Is A AC A . MANNiNW.
)!.-! Passenger Agt.
Ollice at sio:'" v oti.ire, t i ;oiiiinercial
street, siao-io. :,u iai. dw
MIJ.INKK V AM) IsKKsHVAKING.-TOTHE
.aoiev Just received a new slock of Mill
inery and f nicy good. Am prepared lo sjit
ladies in point of piailv andpri'-e. Kxpeues
ligfit, hence eno hell lower then any other
hoii'-e. Hieae call and examine spick. Mr
M. Hiuitti. Marinu alreet, between Winter
aud Summer. S-31-dw
The Clevdan.1, Ohio, lVss,
of February I'.'U, 1SS3, iul
lisheil Jin account of a fatal sur
gical operation which causcil a
Treat coiimit'tion among med
ical men througout the whole
country, lr. Thaver, the most
eminent surgeon in Cleveland,
pronouncing it scandalous. It
appears that a Mrs. King had
been suffering for many years
from some disease of th" stom
ach, which had rei-isted the
treatment of all the physicians
in attendance. The disease
commenced with a sdight de
rangement of the digestion,
with a poor appetite, followed
bv a m-culiar indeseribahledis-
tress in the stomach, a feeling
that lias been described as a
faint, "all gone" sensation, a
sticky slime collecting about
the teeth, causing a disagree
able taste. This sensation was
not removed by fotnl, but, on
the contrarv, it was increased.
After a while the hands and
feet became cold and stickv
a cold perspiration. Tin re
was a constant tired and lan
guid feeling. Then followed a
dreadful nervousness, with
gloomy forebodings. Finally
the patient was unable to re
tain any food whatever, and
there "was constant pain in the
abdomen. Ail prescribed rem
edies failing to give relief, a
consultation was held, when it
was decided that the patient
had a cancer in the stomach,
and in order tosavethepatient's
life an operation was justifia
ble. Accordingly, on the I'i'rid
of February, ss:i, the opera
tion was performed by Dr.
Vance in the presence of Dr.
Tuckerniaii, Dr. Perrier, Dr.
Arms, Dr.donlon, Dr. Capner
aud Dr.IIalliwell of the police
board. The operation consist
ed in laying open the cavity
of the abdomen, and exposing
the stomach and bowels. When
this had Wen done an examin
ation of the organs w as made,
but to the horror and dismay
of the doi.-tois theft-- was lio
cancer to be found. The pa
tient did not have a cancer.
When too late the medical men
discovered that they had made
a terrible mistake; but they
sewed the parts together and
dressed the wound that they
had made, but the poor woman
sank from exhaustion and died
in a few hours, llowt-adit
must be for the liu-band of this
poor woman to know that his
wife died from the effects of a
surgical operation that ought
never to have Wen performed.
If thi woman had taken the
proper remedy for Dyspepsia
and Nervou Prostration ( for
tius was what th- !bea-.e really
was). -he would hae bee it liv
inir to-dav. Sii aki:i:Kxti: act of
Hoots, or Si:ioi:i.'s Ci kativi:
??Yi:rp, a remedy made ex
predv fur Dyspepsia or Indi
gestion lias restore 1 many such
cases to perfect health after all
other kinds of treatment have
failed. The evidence of it
et'icacy in curing this class of
cases is too voluminous to be
published here; but those who
read the published evidence in
favor of this dysjieptic remedy
do not question its convincing
nature, and the article has an
; lTAi;i.I-lf tli IN lMHU.i
LadiJ & Bui Bankers.
Transatrt a general hanking business lu al its
Make Pieiis and draw sight and telegraphic
exchange on New York. Cnicago, Han Francis
C". Portland. 'I tie liallen, Eugene City, Astoria.
Alhany. Corvallts, Walla Walla, and other towns
of Washington, regou, Idaho aud British Co
lumbia. Letters of credit issued, available in the Ext
fraw direct tin Ixmdon, Berlin and Hong
Collections made on all points In th Pacific
-0TK-E 1st HKltEHV GIVEN THAT BY VIR
.1 lue of an execution duly issued out of the
Hon. county court of the State of Oregon for
the roomy of Marion, and lo me direcied. on
the Hth day of May, ls.s7, upon a Judgment
rendered in the atxive named court on the 4th
day of Novctnher, I;, w herein A. L lay wan
plaintiff and II. U. Hooli was defendant. atd
Judgment being for the aunt of $7:t 4H. and eosta
aim i!tmreineiil taxcii at si .si, togetner with
criung rtM and Interest, for want of per
sonal property out of which lo make said claim
1 have levied upon and will soil at putilic auc
tion, uihe highest hiddvr for rash in band, nn
Saturday, the lfttli Day of June, 1887,
Sherllf Marion county,
T'a'ed May Hi, Its
Mlt.ltlt r'S hAl.i:.
-OTll E IS IIFIiF.HY 1.1VF.N TR AT BY MR
. tiie ot an execution duly Issued nut of the
lion, circuit court of the state of Oregon, for
the county of Marion, and lo me directed, on f
the ith day of April, IssT. upon a judgment
tendered in the above named court, on the 21st
dm of February, lss;t. In favor of w M. Holmes,
plaintiff, and against C. A. Keid and K. C.
(iniall, defendants, said judgment being lor the
sum of IJ-Hiisi, and costs taxed at llu Jh, to
gether with accruing costs and Interest, 1 have
levied upon and ul sell al public auction, oa
Saturday, the 181b Hay of . I line, 1HH7,
At the door of the county court house, In 8a
lem. Marlon county, Oregon, at two o'clock p.
in. of said day, to the highest bidder for rash
in hand on the day of sale, all the right, title
and interest which the said defendant, C. A.
Iteed had on or after the 21t day of February,
lasa, in and to the billow ing described prem
ises, to wit: UitK nuuiliers six (t). seven (7) and
eight (S), lu biock number nine (U), in the town
of North Sah-m. according to the plat of Malera
ou file in the county clerk's ofhee of Marion
coiiaty. situated in Die lowu of Sorth Halem, lu
the county of Manou aud state of Oregon.
JNo. W. M1NTO,
f-hertfT Marion county.
Dated May IT ls?.
1 ITTto.N SA1.F.-FIUDAY, Jl'NE 2, 1SS7,
.- at 1 o cPm i, m., at S (i Putrh s larm. lake
Laiiish. of the Ldhiwtug dcicrlhed pro-rty:
ki'. a black mare 7 years old, lo hands high,
weight test pounds, sire a sou of lilack Ht rang
er; dam by iinleuiait. Nell, a bay mare 1U yeara
old I -1; bands high, weight annul lHsi aire a
California trotting horse utame forgotten); dam
a Morirau mare F'lttmy, a bay mare, 12 yearn
old, 14', halms, weight about oo; running bred.
1 year, lug rolt. sorrel with with white atrip;
aim Beauty ; dam Nell (as above). 1 yearling
coit, color bay; fire Beauty by Inauguration;
duni kit las above) 1 yearling fitly, sorrel;
sire beauty, (innt Fanny (as aiiovci. 1 aorrel
gelding, age 7; .o.5 bauds; weight liW; an excel
tent ruling horse W ood Bird, a bay gelding,
4 yeais old, l.-1-. hands, sired by the well known
thoroughbred Woodbury, dam Fanny; lieaide
a number of g'Hid work horses weighing from
lltmto Lorn em-b. aio one good fresh youug
milch cow and calf, one Bsli-m made top back,
one tiew Boss cultivator, lerms of sale. Htx
months' time w ill be given with approved ae
tmrity at lo iwt cent. b. o. 1'l t. H.
Wui. tVl'llKltT, Auctioneer. 6 10 -Iw
I.XH lUtlX -NOTH 1-
YOTK'E IS HFf'.EBY (ilVE.N THAT THE
undersigned has lieen appoiuted lf M t
countv court of Marion cotintv, state of Oregon,
executrix of the last will and testament of K.
Bohins. deceased, late of Mariou county, Ore
gon. All t-crous having claims against aaid
estate are hereby required lo preseut the same
it) me at my residence five miles south of Salem,
III said county, or to my address, nalem, Mariou
count, Oregon, within six months from this
date. M. A. ItOBINH.
fcxermrix of the last will aud testament of
Kot-ert Kobini, deceased
Saiem, Oregon, May 'Aiih, 1SX7. fr27 fiw
NO'lll i: OF t II HIlKAM AL.
V-otire i- hen bv given, in accordance with
.1 the provi-dons of sec. 4 of chap. XXIV of
miscellaneous laws, -code of Or-gou, page 616.)
liiai the Nationiil fire and marine Insurance
company oi New eaialid has ceased to do buai-ne-.s
in the stute of tireg-ui. and that It intends
to withdraw its captNii therefrom, six moutha
after the date of pub:icatiou of tnis notice, as
Tut; National Fiki: axo Makine Insi kanc e
cmi aw hi .";. '.ii.AXu,
by its attorney-,
Hi:m.v K. Wiu.iAMK, (i..s.)
SJ-'vl-lyin J. I). MAC!'Hi:KsoHi. (1...,
Will make this sea sot, at Fiah.
W&fS'- st-l'le. halem. on Friday,
c vK in 1 snturttays, and at Bonn
riaia I ' 1 !" ,"iM"! !nB time. 1 rriiu
2 if paid within the seasou.
or 1 . if not.
4 1 3m
u u. iti.r..si-.,
ftOH SALE GOOD BLACKSMITH (SHOP and
JT tools, small house and barn. 6 lots lu good
location, for cah or goitd security, i'nee $.UiQ.
Address I. A. Humphrey, Macieay. 6-v lm
1VANIE1.- si MALL FA KM. WITHIN SEV-
en or eight miles of haiem. Price not to
exceed l.ssi. Address Iku 31s, Salem. C lu'iw
Oregon llevelopmeot Co.
First class steamship line between
Yaquma and San Francisco,
Connccttnr at Yatilna with the trains of the
Oregon l iicific Uaiiroad Company.
Willamette Valley, . Saturday, May 21.
Eastern Oregon, Iuesday, 81.
W iliamette Valley, (Saturday, June 4.
Eastern Oregon, "11
Willamette alley, Thursday, " Hi!
f.ateru Oregon. Frida'y. " 21.
Wiilameiie Valley, Tuesday, v;a.
Lusteru Oregon, W ednesday, July 6.
mow SAN rKAM-isi.o
Willamette Valley, Monday, Hay IB.
Eastern Oregon, Tuesday, -J4
W iliamette Valley... Saturday, 2a
Eastern Oregon. Sunday, June 5.
Willamette Valley, Thursday, " .
Eastern Oregon, Friday, ' 17
Willamette Valley, Tuesday! "21
Eastern Oregon, Wednesday, " 2.
1 he company reserve the right to change
steamers or sailing dates.
8. H. TOBY,
., , F. A, p. Agent,
M .Moiitgoinery street, Han FrancUco, Cal.
Oregon Pucific Railroal
225 SILO SMITH 20111)11:5 LlSTIMIl
Accoiaoioilatinns unsurpassed for loin fort and
safety. J- ares and freight via Yaiiina and the
Oregon Deve.o,,me,u (; hi,.,,shlps much
i "II ""' "t,,er r""ie twee all ,,lu
lu the Wi.lametie Vallcyaud Man Fraucrsco.
Dally passenger trains except Sundays,
i.esi c t aiiuina
H-'JU a. m.
10:ri a. in.
1 1 ;2U a. mi.
12 4(1 p. m.
') :4ii p. IU.
O. A ( trains connect at Albanvftr.dCorvallis
Fare between Comm., and Ail-auy and ban
Frauoiaoo. rail and Cabin, I1; rtil and awTe"
S M Ht)A(i Actiu? ti f. kV. Agent,
'neral Manager. Corvaliia, Or
At one o'clock p m. of said day. at the eourt
house door in Salem, Marion c 'Uiity, Oregon,
all the right, iltle and interest which the ssid
defendant, H 1. Hooli, had In the following
described real e-tale on or after the 4th (fay of
November. Ism;, as follows, to wit: Lot number
five im. lu hluck number sixty eight )iis), aa
shown by the recorded plat of the city of fta-
I em, Marion county, and state of Oregon; siive
u,..l tl.ur .,llii ,,f luiiil in l,,l flu,, n
In block sixty eight heretofore deeded by
H IV Hoon to his daughters, Cora Boon anil
Stella ltoou. nil the '.'lid day of February, lsjuj.
i kit w mis: th
MOB BENT HOI rE
" J. II . AlUrt.
AT APPLY TO