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Hood mvku, ok.. ri:u. IS3.
voxsolwa run jssf.ws.vrxr.
S.mie few week a;j., : man mimed 0JU,, ,u place nto.nl
Wont, who N deputy United States j vacant till the next meeting. In the
nia,tdial for the st..: of Wiisliinpton ruiun,s (iwln-Broderiek cotit.-M. two
! siuvesMve legislatures l':i lied, tiinl the
I atiUe had onlv oho MMiatoi' for two
I years, In tin latter cim1, the jrovcrnor
i stiouclv desired to r!ioint lirnderlck,
Among tho excellent monrtsivs enact
d Into law by tho hi to legislature was
the bill of Mr. Mauley proiinr f.-r
one assessment and oiio collection of
taxes. Tho bill abul'islies city ami
chool district assessors, and provide
for the levying of taxes by eity ami .lis
; e.inie to Portland aimed w ith a wnr
( rant f r the arrest ol a Chinese woman
J who I Hurried and was living with
I Iter husband in the eity. Instead
of nuking the arrest mvordlng to law ,
' eveiireil the sorvi.vo of a chinaman, and
i the two deliberately kid-imped the wo-
in.ii), taking her t Seattle. The Port
' land liar .Waelti.m tU the matter up
and ha.l Wist nnvite.1 and tried in
: Portland, on the elmrge of kid naping.
The ease was proven beyond the por-
trict authorities upon a certificate from ! adventure of a doubt;
the county assessor of tho total amount 1 ',u mo" tv,i
f assessable property on the rolls. Iving ! brought in n verdet
but the intelli
'a: ted too
of '' a-ault
but win advised by the secretary of the
senate, then an etlleiul of twenty yearn'
stan. liny:, and by more than a score of
senators of nil pmlcs Including hou r
las, Seward, Hale, ('us Tombs and
I'Vsscnden - that he would not bo inl
mitted. A similar case occurred in
j Oregon in lsvi, wh.Mi the legislature
i tilled only one of two vacancies. The
' ', ; governor renamed (rom
vrlthiu the boundaries of the eitv or
battery." No doubt tiiev were moved
to thus jugjile witli the law f.iul their
an I l.anewas the onlv senator from
district. The assessor then extends the
city und district taxes opposite the ' "KM ion,,, 1 ' sviepitliy, f. lycb'ul cf
State Mild county taxes, and tho col- i ,,uil' l,llt.v Buike, the iimm.: tal, sard
- ...... ...
lector collects tiieiii all nt one time, "nit no cum try W..S sale!' loan It
paying them to the treasure
, aI. .... I .. ... . . , rr i i i, .1 , r ,1 a .1 1 1 1 , 1 ., fn. 1 I, . i ..
Kcepi lueiu in separate tuiius, i no " - """'' num. i. i.iiu.
great advantages of this system are up- 1 nue.i Ma.es niarsin.i s can U.I nap a ;
ttkrent. It is not a new one. but the i ehiunmans w ife, no woman white or ;
j Oregon till Riker was elected in isiio.
I'll.1 law of precc.lcnt is perfectly
ir. The governor can appoint only
to a vacancy occurring in the recess of
n tlS3 d
'd to fiinil'.li at oiiee, a line e!;es
but ileal and ' ill
10 time "lnt "no onintrv w..s suier loan lis.,, , . . , . , . . ,,
11 "ml! - t till legislature and which the previous
vr who lowest citizen, or words to that elect , ... ,. 1 ....
' . legislature could not anticipate. When
Is. The !u,d it was subune truth. It deputv-,, , . , , . . , , , ,
one prevailing in the majority of states
where the tax laws arc systematized.
Under tho old law the unfortunate
property owner was put to much
trouble to pay his taxes, lie had to go
black, is free from dancer. Wot should
have been sent to the penitcntiaiy,
and wo U'lieve the court would have
gladly given him the limit of tho h.w
had the jury, as it should have dor.e, ;
found turn guilty as charred.
lev'i.-.latuie, having had knowled
that a vacancy would occur by expira
tion of a term, neglects to pro l.lc for it,
the scnatorship roiu.iins vacant till the
next session ot the legislature."
It is now nettled that Onrhett the
windy and Mitchell the gaseous are to
flcht for ?10,tW a side, lioth are iu-
i viueuiic jaw-snuins, ami n is io i o
j hoped that their tight may result like
that of the Frenchman and the colonel,
in San Francisco, who fought the eel-
to a finish in
to the court house for his county taxes,
to the city hall for his city taxes and to
some uucertaiu place for his school
tales. He was assessed at a diil'crent
valuation in each place and the collec
tion began at ditlcrcut dates, so that ho
could seldom make one job of it. In
addition to this, tho three assessment
ivu. u.; UevraNUj u.i u....,ikP l" i ebratod talking match
go to three places to asecitain whether, tho f ,,'
projwrty was delinquent for taxes, in
creasing the labor and expense of real
estate transfers and tue uncertainty of
titles. Furthermore, there might be
three distinct sales for delinquency in
one year, addiug a needless cost for re
demption: By the new law cities and
chool districts will be saved the cost of
assessing and collecting taxes, property
owners will be able to pay thir taxes
li at one time and place and obtain
one receipt for the entire amount, the
number and cost of delinquent sales
will be reduced, the uncertainty of
titles by reason of tax sales be lessened
and a needless annoyance and burden
upon real estate transfers removed.
That the number of men who will take
toll from the taxes gathered will be re
duced is by no means an objectionable
feature incident to the operation of the
The ieary exclusion bill takes ctlcet
j May tith. I'mler its provisions every
! (.'hinaman now in the rutted Slates
must register and receive a certificate
j showing ho w as in this country pro
I vlous to May lith. The 1 iv provides
i that he must furnish a photograph of
j himself to b attached to their eertlli-
cite, and all t'hne. not p.isess.'d of
the ivitiiicte a- above described will
j be. expelled. The constitutional fca-
tu.vsof the bill will no doubt be tested
There is Pennine renublican rebellion I ,ht m,rN- !,s 'm lls tlu' "ttempt is
in Kansas, the democrats not being in I ln:lll to ',lf,nv-' ,!u 1:,w- :ul'1 il M"i!'
it on either side. What the outcome ! Pwl'l'l the Chinese will have the Ut Il;ent'lyS PAriOS
will be is hard to say, but up to date ul U- j ? '"Z
me reptumcans nave captured tiie rej
Win iiihKo tlu'sprliu', Nfiisim of l'-!l'!, nt onii-v.-alcnt
ulin'i-s ihre.i':li..it the uillcy in. it
While Snhu. ... iislilnKhni, Time itiut plmv
M.hjcot t. rut.iiv iipiuilninii'iilN,
lb-.er!i;iaii uihi I'dllciTo.
'Ml.tnhrht Is ii cut I'liu-K I ti.nihlctoiiliin, ft
yi';u otil, I O.iuc-it; .,ii;h Ilea pimiiiN; kIiimI
t'.-i . !::. ' II:.' il.l.'l 'iitali; .lulu, n l'i.pH'l
i'cll.Mii iniuv. "Ml.lnljilu" Is it tid iIIihk.
I Uoie.l I..-. -i'. i. t . 1 1 1 Ci imm' unit unite ii trot
ter Ur n I u i ef lus .In',
"Mliullvlu V r. nt ice will In. fid for stimlc
H'l' lee, !,;.' !!' I JMCef M'l'N lc, or SI, for III.'
M'iC"n. I' iSo'h Ihi-o.IIii:,', h nlnide m'i vI.'.i
an.! loni-,' f .111,1-: to c Mi'li, can hn o.l hy tlio
..".ivon !- il.r u-1,1111.. ii, .1 meat -'I ;i. ."ei.
on i" ch,'.l;:l,v I !.-: I.
l-'or ti-iiu u:ut oilu'i lot, ii null Ion ni',il,v to,
A, l 111 I I I'M.
Ollli'. nt the Hood llUer I'liHI.niU'y,
'I'llC I-'IH' I Nil H l't.-l 1 1 1 III III II ' 00111(0,1. in. ,,f
I'm- m-iiiiI mi'I ol tun ;-e-ot ilt.o netlon, of n
i-iro ot' l.i to f.' miles an hour, .l-.Lh oa'i lie
het in h s; n 1 1, iilioiil liMiv, to I,', miles,
' iohI ei tho si e! n II -i lit- uinler Io n IMt'e ou-r
' 1 1 liaiuls liluli, llor-.es ,i h.M.ils hl;:h, of
si lull 1 1 y over, mi o n hi; i iihuii, mill !o not In I in;
iii- il mi hn.li it irlee as sunn I slo'-l list unri n
' si. ' litixcr. Hint ill h o mil 1 1 ; (o I no hit. Now
i hero is :i ji i -lit :iti I. nun Ki t lor tho .lisj-, nlon
of tlio vi t ol . in- Inrv.i'-Mi it tiollliii: m.iIHoiis,
i on! of uo'l hreil roomy iiiaros. 'I'liesn last
in u -l I o of i-oiisiilen.h;,- suhslam-o, ns well n
; Ihe slnllion, in old, -to Iii miio vo! ;ht In Iho
' ,'io,: m o. I'li-leH or, . ria-.;i s are i:o.n rally lar-
l or an I l e::ier than A nn-i U :m unos; ami
, ho. e vr oh , i In! a hoi-e ,, moiloralo M'.i'
, may ho, n Is not lash ionahlii to pul hlni to tho
1 Io 1 1 1 1 1 ,-irr! li ,- l....l.M i,.M,l t.l..,,, .,t.
tao,H;itoi., ;,;i,his ,. I;,,,;!!-.!,,,,,,,, ,.i ;huu., A mmtu.lt Ion iiu.t Spi.t'tl,,
I lii r.r; ha w ants e ory thlin; to nionr hliiniK
ami iouorltil as ho mnvos iiloni;, A few
! hor-os l; han.ls If In lino Mjlo, ami of
lrei,rul.l iielion, Monhl hrlni: u Mill hither
!ii lee;ei l.u l.ahont as inuoli money ns tiu'lr
!o;ior'er ciinl i.-asomihly ask for thoiu.
' The io Is i-.o i :-U in leotslini; loo many of either
. of the nlm.. classes; nli.t Mo I i to cull the
; iittuiillnn of niir hoisi men ai Hoiilnrly to
i Iho r -ro .In, -II. m, not only lor 11, o n. vnt, lul
: for n lorn; Inline 1 mio.
FURNITURE AND ALL ' ' KIND 0 OF BUILDING
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils etc.
A l.uv.0 Mipply of, and :.rrhuir, ir,ihi I o null
C.dclnaUu! tit tiit cii! mm ;;in! tinl, t! Iv.'.d'i.
UT ' fs-- , . , y.s,, ,,,
S --S S .- 1
'.I'.IIS AND Kiri'All. lilts in
Corner of Sim'dikI and Poilvfal Slrontn.
i'i:i.i:iut a tt :t
Acorn and Charter Oak j
Stoves nr.d nances.
Hint I m riti
rump and rplpo,
A.li N I'S I (Ut
I .1 f If
Coti;;it;iit,i r.rlrultnrr.! Inybuuet
t-' ,-n .
'.oil. I I'.
rw uv ir-wi Kfi
rhat thirty days Is us ton lt as we
leipi.-st niir pat iniis to j
ni el. .lit iiuiIn,
vel'il I lii-m-ii'lvcs
resentative hall and are holding it.
The courts are ignored, and by the
time the matter finally reaches them,
the legislatures, both of them, will le
A bill has passed the Washington j
senate, and will probably become a law,
making it a penal ot'.biiso to sell or give I
away or have in possession anv cig-!
arettes or cigarette papers or wrappers. .
NOTKT. Full IT lU.ICATiO.N.
i i miner i, nun, ,ei ,j ane a, is
The Thurman Legion of Portland, j
w hich poses as a democratic club, and i Cleveland nnn.mnced Wcdues-
which has taken charge of the inaugu-! lHv that he hud eomp!eto,l his cabinet
ration ball, is said to consist of o-ie j ''' the selection of Kichard Olncy of
man, one uniform n.l one torch; added I'istoii for attorney yem-rsl and Hilary
to which the man is said to be a reiuib- i A. Herbert of Alabama for secretary ol
liean, and is appropriately named
N ol loo H !i
M II II 111- i
,1 ii no a. s,s. ,
limlier i out-,
This will malic, the new
A VJJiTL'Ol'S VETO.
That governor I enuoyer did a vir
tueousaetin vetoing the world's fair
lull ia;self , evident, notwithstanding
the statements of Mr. Henry E. Dosch.
J This gentleman thinks that every cent
if the money can be, will be used in
making an exhibit and in a conimuui
Cttion to the Orcyonian gives the ligur
i to show how it can and be, will ex
pended, very truthfully adding that it
will take close management to make
the money meet the expenses. He
virtuously adds that he will accept no
office in connection with the exhibit
and that those in charge of it will have
to pay their own exjienses. This Js all
line on paper, but the history of similar
epproprations in Oregon and out of it
will not materially aid In giving cre
dence to Mr. Dos eh 's ideas. It is easy
to"sweat" f'00,000, until perspiration
leaves the financial body exhausted.
If at least one half ot the
$60,000 is put where it will do the
most good to the largest number
of those in charge of the filibuster
ing expedition, the record will be badly
and eternally smashed. The principal
exhibit will be the commissioners, and
the price Is consequently much too high
tor the state to pay. Oregon should
liave a first-class exhibit or none, and
as the time to make the former is too
brief, she should go without. Every
legislature Is expected to make an ass
of Itself jn some way, and those who
conceived the i'G0,O00, raid on the
treasury furnished a splendid opportu
nity which was eagerly taken advan
tage of. Tuo bill was conceived in in
iquity, and being brought forth by the
Oregon legisialure, was born in sin.
There is no use in kicking about it, but
those who engineeried the scheme had
b Jit proceed to squander the money,
und not waste time in trying to sugar
coat the piil after it has been swallow
District court is still in session at The
Dalles, with quite an extensive docket.
It will please Hood Riveritcs very
much if the jurors and talesmen for the
May term are taken from some other j rotary of w ar.
part os tne county, as that is harvest
Walter (2. (iresham of Indiana secre
tary of stute.
John (. Carlisle of Kentucky secre
tary of the treasury.
Daniel S. Lament of New York sec-
t'nlteil S':i!es I .ill.. I I 'Itlee,
1 .!(!, I ll . no n h o '.'.I, bl.J.
ii-ny i;ien 1 1 1: 1 1 in oomjilhiiioe
i i -n i oi I In- m I nl I 'ni';i I -.H of
tllltli I " .11 ill I lor lile :i!o of
111 I III- Mute, ,,f ( '; 1 1 lor ! 1 1 ;l , 1 11,-
in. I W ii- '.i 'i.-nei i i i iioi-', ." .Mio-.
I. .11 I ,01 e -, ol It I lilli-f, I ..lllllv li( 11-,,-n
SI 1 1- o! . iv, i; .in, 1 1,1. I Ills ilil lil, ,1 ill t hi -little,-
II. s - ol 11 -.i.i loll ii 111, io, Ii ir lile pin eluiv,. ol
t;li- II l ' , II o' ,, r. 1 , ll u ' , ii Ii 1 1 ' Il m c M
ion ii ,'ii;i o. .Mii-i ill i ii No, 'i i-.. w, M.,,,,,1
W HI Hill I' I ! Io - l,iel lull I lie l: 111 .oiii; n t Is
mo- e ni;;,, lil,- lor n s 1 1 ml,, r or Mini,- Hum mr
K"'.i ti'.luial i-ini'-i-i--, ii if I Io e.t.ihli.ii ih
i i.'im l.i si :ii l.-iml In i.no ll:o Io c.-ii-r ninl l-.e-iil.vr
ol I. ni nlilc.i ill In- I'.iliei tii.on,
on l'rUl.i..' lliei.'l!li ilny of Mun u 1
II - luiiiii-s ni witni m -e l-'ninli tiuveiiporl,
A l-ix.iinlei- Hank 1,1. .I iioi I iii ionnin, I 'luu li-i.
ilell, nil ol' hiioit l,ior . in- -.ni.
Any nn-i nil -iiih oliilinln,' mlvorvlv the
nli. vo ilo-t riln-.l IninN lire I . 1 1; -.1 . . I to tile
1 1 1 1 . r iliimi.N in Ihiioiliooon or lioli.ro snlil '.'lih
ilny in Mnreli, km.
lieitino;.,", Jotm Y. I.owl, Iti-K'stor.
and would respect full
tee. uli ugly.
Governor McKinley of Ohio has been
made a bankrupt by indorsing the
notes of one Walker, in whom ho had
the utmost confidence. The governor
believed in the doctrine of protection. ! .. ,
u:, . ..-n ' ; on ne ijeiiei ;u
Hilary A. Herbert of Alabama secre
tary of the navy.
Hoke Smith of Georgia secretary of
J. Sterling Morton of Nebraska sec-
I retary of agriculture.
It'.ehard Olney of Massachusetts at-
and even his politiral enemies will eon-
cede that his business habits show that
he at least needed it.
Wilson S. llisscll of New York post
COXCEIiXIXU SENATORS. BEATTY'S PIANOS AM) OKUANS.
Hon. Ilnlliel I'.cnttv tlm orntil Or.
iti. - i .1 ... . i
ino lesisiatuie oi our neigiiooring gaii and rmno inanul.icturer, is Imil
state of ashington is still deadlocked, I nig and shipping more Organs itml
with but little honn of reneliin.r v I'lanos than ever. In lsTD.Mr. Itetitty
4l mi .i lett home ti lK'tiniless phnv bov, and bv
agreement-. Tho report, the very j hia i,,,,,,!,. vvii ll i,iW worked hi
latest, is that Judge Hume of Seattle way up so as to sell so far nearly liiu.iHio
will be placed in nomination next I "f I'eatty's Organs and Pianos since
Monday and an effort made to get the!.1?70- -Xoti''1' w;'w dishearten
republicans to agree on him. The ol- Xl
lowing from the Oregonan shown that i forever, he turns to an advertisement
if Washington is to have two Senators and comes out of it brighter than ever.
His instruments, as is well known, are
very popular and are to be found in till
parts of the world. We are informed
that during the next ten years he in
tends to sell i.'li(i,0iM) more of his make;
that means a business of 820,1)1)11,0011, if
we average them at $100 each. It is
already the largest business of the kind
in existence. Send to Daniel RDoatty,
Washington, New Jersey, for catalogue.
o" shares of the capital stock of
Hood River Townsitc ( 'ompatiy.
110 acres of land formerly part of the
John Divers' claim.
3120 acres being east hull' of section 12:1
township 1 north range !t cast--heavily
The above will be sold at a low valu
ation and on liberal terms of payment.
K I,. Smith.
- And a Com pick; Lino of -
DRUGS, GIIEMIGALS AND HBDICINBS.
YOURS FOR HOOD RIVER,
DBS. VmuLIMSS fr PCGHUS.
DEALERS IN -
It eeems to be settled that the work
at Cascade Lacks js going to commence
its soon aa the weather will permit, and
lie prosecuted to completion. The
plant has been turned over and one of
the contractors is now at the Locks get
ting things in Hhape. The granite to
be used in the locks will ba cut at the
contractors quarries, Iiocklyn, Califor
nia. It is quite possible that steamers
will be running between The Dalles
and Astoria before the close of 1894.
The annexation of Hawaii is a sub
ject calculated to fire the American
heart with the desire to gobble those
celestial isles. The principal objection
to the scheme is the fact that they are,
indeed too celestial. There are probab
ly 50,000, Chinese on the islands, and
one must ba elected by the legislature,
as the governor cannot appoint:
"The only person ever admitted to
the senate upon appointment of a gov
ernor to fill a vacancy caused by ex
piration of a term, is Charles B Bell of
New Hampshire, when the constitu
tion of the state, adopted in March of
that year, changed the timo of meeting
of tho legislature from Juno to Jan
uary. The term of Senator lilair ex
piring March 4th, and the legislature
not meeting in June as usual, there was
no Eenator to take his seat when con
gress met in December, and the gov
ernor appointed Bell. Ho was admit
ted, but only sat until January, when
the legislature re-elected Blair. In
this case it will be observed that the
legislature had no opportunity to exer
cise its right of election. That of the
previous Juno could not assume that
the new constitution would be adopted,
and its next successor did not meet till
after congress. The case was altogether
"There have been many cases in
which legislatures have failed to elect
senators, leaving a seat vacant by the
expiration of a term. In only one such
case has the governor undertaken to
appoint to the place. This was in West
Virginia in 1SS7. The legislature failed
to elect a successor to Senator Camden,
and the governor named D. B. Lucas.
Before he applied for his seat, however,
the legislature met in extra session and
choso him for the full term.
''There were many cases in our ear
lier history when governors, u:-;der le
gal advice, refrained from making ap
pointments to vacancies created by ex
piration of terms after legislatures had
had the opportunity to elect and neg
lected it. In 1S4-3 th Indiana legis-
Notice is hereby given that all notes
and accounts due me. and utiiiaid
March 1st, next, will be placed in tlio
hands of a collector. Pi. L. Smith.
P.iMliictiou Sale at .15 rs. ('. .1. Html'.
Sweeping reduction of ladies' hats for
cash until March loth.
f.".;0 hats for JJ.00
"' , .1.00
Ladies' wa solicit patronage.
House BrdHerV. Goods, Bc:;h
and Bcctc, KaiiHir.gs,
Brackets an 7 o d fl Tanim
Lime. Piaster aud L:;t!i Coil-
mjr, LtZZZtlC Clld Iki ififiTn tics'
A 1..M I N iNTRATOK'S NOTICE.
Nut!''.! Is tini'oby i;lvon UiatHiB niiilnrslnerl
Ii.-im tii-oii iluly :hiioIiiioi! lif'ititiiiNtnilor ol'
tho cMuteof K. I-'. ( vv, (tin i ii, ii, t,y tlm lion.
County t'nti.'t of tlm Mali in i -h-koh for Wiih
;( 'ouniy, n.liiliiis dill, i.i.o iiicii i.KMi, h. All
person;-! Iimlns I'limiiK Ht,;.i;!.-,t .mill cstiile lire
Uinri'lorc, licichy iiolllifit I i ri-n(nt their
claims duly verilleil In the uniU'rHined m
Hooil ltivcr. ( liTlIon. within six llionliiu from
tliednte hereof, ntnl iiny elnlm not tircHciiteil
l.lt tilnf! Will lie liii.li(iiu-,l until n
1'laiiiin jimtented within thiu. lime arc fully
Hood fliver, Orr;;!iii, 1-Vh., nth ISM.
II. i '. fot:.
(IN MIIOUTI XT NO l it I ;.
O. V. STUANAIIAN,
II. (I. wn
1 13 R
Hanna will sell you goods tit former
VirieeK ll nil ei vn vrm T, rior i-i.iif ,t h i t
iuif riniioiilioi' tr. w ill i,(,t not it .., tl I w"."" u,f" ' ,.' lt..n..
slate, as the slate has been broken.
Having tried the credit system for
two years, and not being able" to adjust
my prices so as to give cash customers
the benefit of cash prices, 1 have con
cluded to sell for cash only, with mo
per cent, discount to all.
We often bear our customers ask,
"Why can't our merchants sell us cheap
as they do at The Dalles?" I will tell
you why. When you go to The Dalles
you pay casli for your goods and get
me benefit of your casli. J wi
same by you. J. K. JIan.va.
Read This and Profit by it.
Olinger and Bone, proprietors of the
Big Bed Barn, in addition to their liv
ery and stage business, are handling
grain, chop-feed and hay. They are
also agents for the Knapp'Btirrell'ei Co.
machinery. Bain wagons, hacks, bug
gies, windmills and pumps, Oliver
Chill and Steel plows; garden cultiva
tors, plown mid narrows; and will sell
their Mt. Hood coaches, hacks and bug
gies, now in use, in order to open in
the spring with an entire new outfit.
Call and price their goods.
IS'OTICK j'OU I'CBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act Jiinn S, I87S.
niillw.l K-liiti'M Limit om-n,
Vancouver, Wash.. Jan. ,21, .S!i:i.
Not ten lx hereby uiven tl int. In eon, ni !-i ,w...
with the provisions of tho net of Coni;re.ss of
.lum;.",, ISTiS, entitled "An act lor IhcHale of
stone land in the slntcs of ( 'alifornln, ( )re
.ynii, Nevada, and Washington Territore.
do the ! "mi.'ini I'l-aiio.ofChcowilh, eounty of Kllck-
ii,u, none in wasii,, mis nits (lav tiled In
tills ollico his swoi u sliitcmiail no 17,",:i, for tin
liiirch.iseof Iho lois liund ! of mieiionno .'II In
tnwnshiii Nn 3 nortb,raiif;cno.!l cast, w lil und
will oiler proot to show that the land soiiL'ht Is
mora valuable for its stone than for
riKriciiltural purposes, and to establish Ills
claim to said land before the Iti-glster and Ko
reiver of this ollico at Vancouver, wash., on
Wednesday tho J2th day of April
He names as wll nesses: Amos t'nderwwd
Kdward t 'udi-rwond, of Hood River OroHoii'
Hubert (,'arr, of (.'nsciidos wash.. Cbm-leJ
.Myers, ol'Clicnowitli, wash.
Any and all persons cliiimlna adversely the
above described lands are rcipiesleil to file
their claims in this ollico on or before siiid lut li
day of April,)'-'!!:!.
JanidS apl Joim 1). (iKooiti'iAN. ItoiKlci-
Contractors and Builders.
Plans and S3atl3M.cLtes
IflSON a WEBER
Have on hand a full supply of Fi ttil, Shade and Ornamental trees; rrp
vines, small fruits, Hoses and Shrubbery.
Be sum to get our prices be Ion purehasinff eisewhero.
Remember our t rees are grown strict ly without irrigation
THE DALLES. ------ OREGON
VV. A. yi.iwoEiir.AND, Local Agent,
lature so failed, and the state had
fcnnexation might result in raising a only one senator for two years.
Serious problem concerning them. We ! until the next retrular session. Three
do not believe the United States should
go beyond establishing a protectorate,
ft nd doubt even the exjiedwncy of that.
times in the history of Califor
niain 1851, 18o5 and 1850 the leg
islature failed to choose a senator,
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
i.n nu iilliceat Vancouver, Wash., .Tan. i;,ls!i.'l.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver wash, Hob. 20, :).!.
Notice is hereby kI ven that the following..
llonsel and all whom it may
Wash., on Kcb-
To John ll,
Notice Is hereby (liven that ttie followitu'
! named set tier ha tiled notice of his intention
and that Kiiid .,-,.,.f ,ili V ii. . ... "xik,ici 'inn iveeeivcr oi iiio ij. M,
! ii, .V ,r '' i.anii iiince ni. Vancouver,
for h i ', ,'"'""M;is r).n,,r1 U- Wiymt Cmtrt, j nmry Zii-d, Wei, viz:
Washington on April 10th ly.l, viz:;
John Ii. HeiiKel.
t in il t im t li in Tor-
of s w s w 4 of s e A and n e A of s w ' see ' il,,u K 0 'A ",ls li W J sec .15 Tp 3 n
t.j f p 1 n 1 12 east w m. r 12 fw. in.
1 nutiios ti e following witnesses to prove I "e names the followim; witnesses to prove
his continuous residence njon and cull iva-1 ,lis '"'" i'mous residence upon and eiiltivat ion
tion ol, said ianrl viz: l.erov l-oisvlli. .loseoli 'f said luiid viz: Jiiini-hO. I.vlc. 'rin.i..,.- i
lames I'ilz. Jolin A (ii'M-.n, 1 1 ,, ! Wlliteomb. Levi, smil li Ii.l.n I; wi,;i .'
f.ylo I' .. Vashiiilon. ' .i ,- i,,.,,, .' i. -i it ..t c ,. .i. ' '
John I). Ocoghegan, ftegUcr. j .jntilel. !- John d. GKoiitikr, '.-. Kegisler.
Joseph A. Arment.
I Applications No. ts; and !) to I'nrchasc
under sec ;l act Kept 2;) ls',10 for the lots 2 and .'I
HI mamma onr ivw iki arnc fTB mramjm nuna
miu mXamLaeJi mZJ Vua ulu V-r miiinTrli-ii tmui
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
-'4 ii .
Baooa, lard, Game,
Poultry, Also Dealers in
Corner of Onk and b'oiirth Streets,
Hood River, Oregon.