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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1893)
Tho vorv young (int Ionian who is
oiiijr tho politieal guessing for the .-
;,.ni()i, in W'Mshinton, vitlontly
HOOD 111 V I.K. OK. MAKCH IS, ISM. 'grvatly worrietl aliout tlio mhuinlstiH
srx , : :utn'u iutoiitioim oonoerninu the up
oicEao.vs ;.v 7; 7.
poltituu-nt of ollieor. llUoillyKUt'sso
, witt ih H'ooials to tlm gront paper iuv
Tito tvmin'i.s m ii!!lHn io.l to bluvT ; slemP.ly t'otitrnttietoil Ity th press
ln the Jiio,Ut).) jiini.n.i; inScil by n lot of; piitohos, ami the latter aro invariably
fool legislators last niuii; U h;1 o ptl a i'i;ht. The gido'y youth has u glltlcil
down to worK. 'liny met !.i-t uvk! Intellect, hut ho can't guo, mid It Is
ami tlivitletl the iimney into t'i.eoo lots, I sai'u to presume Hint in most of the iijt
nml coinpleteil ni ri.iriiu nts i'.irspotul-' poimmenls the president may itink ho
liifj it. 'I lie only t!.ti;,t to U iuv in- ' ill avoid one mistiike made by the
plieliod is to nii.uo all Oregon visiiuis (-v. toiiiitti in ehoosinj; a Vanhingtoii
t t liiiiijro ie lutniei. With the Tast Conespotuli nt. He will not select null
mid taitiully stltcteil exhibits from for tlieii ignorance,
other slaU j.'atlu ied taeh in one state , ' '" - -l.
I ui.dinu, Dicm-nV exhibit, m-atteu-tl ! l!'ceieta.r Carlisle can work out it
i.-unnoplaeetolMvaluast.u ill neither P"j r tu- I.ai.kiifr which shall re
, 1 , ,,.., , . I .in tho principal ot letlorul inspection
be sec. nor lu-ar.t of. We leiieve.i ui a ,j supervision, while dispensiiifi ith
lits'i.u )iiprint,iou t Wo years ago, .'' i deposit of government honiU, thecouu
the iiLikiiii.' .. siu-n an exhibit as U:e- "'.v "U1.v consent to aavpt it In plaoo of
gon could make with proper manage- !!u' ""J0""' f trm which
. , , ....... certainly outlived Its iinofiiliiomt.
ment. We U heve.l in exhibiting our iu, t,,nl;o will ho to reconcile the
ttiiiiH-r, fruit, lisli, niinoruls, ete , hut principle of slate charters with mich a
instead, the nest and most thorough x- 'M'jrra' ;t te! ral rtpoimihility and eon
unfortunate In Its editor', tha Inst
iomo neon-he the Hoplc of White
(Salmon hi groat aliape; ttnys tho Kmi
noil family oost the county $ 100. whieli
in fiiW as the uhlo (?) editor of tlm
Stniint known, howewtr wo oounlder
the houico at d if It does tho lon
nirod gontleiimn nny good, let hint
bray, It Is an asacs naturo to kiek any
Wo understand that O. II. rainier
has ranted his ranoh and will make
his home In Hood Klvor In the future.
Wo are aorry to lose any of our good
eiti7en, and that istheelass to which
Mr. rainier belongs. The best wish
es of many friends go with them.
W. L. Morris has moved into the
house formerly owned by L. N. Mow
era. Tho house of A. II. Jewott was de
stroyed hy tiro last w eek together with
the furniturt, cooking utensils ete.
Fort uiatoly for Mr. Jewott ho was In-
hihit th.tt ;.n now bo made r.ouid be
to ship il, i. eent legisialiiio as a mag
nltieent eMeiiioii of indigenous asses.
It is all we have to show.
A roi.iliCM. i!7.YJ;A
trol as is needful to maintain uniform
ity and seourity for the note-holder.
Tnls is really the most serious tluanelal
problem belore ilio ndminixtratiou.
Tins from our big contemporary
comes with n rudo shock, n keen, cut
ting thill, siieh as tho winter blneta
give to the consumptive. If the big
daily ontmues its change of heart and
sentiment as rapidly as it has for the
past few months, it will be fathering
red-hot populist editorials before midsummer.
Will hinUh ttu1 hi'i Ihk minim of !''''!, nt eon
venlrnt ll ho.m tln.mi:lhuu (ho niliv unit
Vhlti Sitliiinii hsIiIukIhii. Tlniti nail yiuf
vitiJHl lo future Himtimiu'iil,
Ueseiiptlnii uiui I'eilhriee.
"MlitnUht tn it eonl Mnek lliinilili tonlivn,
ji-aiit olil, IS Imnsil; i.i:i Hie I'omnU; iiri.,
liyHlmw' lliunlili'toal.in; ilmn, u ('upper
IhiHoiii limit'. "Ml.',iilj;lil" In a txl (Ul'onl
tloiitil lior.e, it (.(.v ilitver inut millt.it trot
11' fur it hiirs i.f liW Ue,
'Mlinlli: lit V nervletc f.-n will lie 310 (Or wIukI
nervier, ilii ut lime ef mm leo, nr Jl,iillio
hiANon, l'ei'.ui!t ln..e,lie; by ..liii;!!. ci"len
iiii.l miiio fulllm; In enleli, eau hruo.f i,v Uni
Mitson by tho itil.lliiiniul piitnmiii .it ;,.u
oa to elono .Inly I.., Imx.
Kor f eium uiui otiirr lufuv
A. I., fuel e'i,
time III llli lloeil l!li'i' I'liiiniiii,.).
Tilt' bivedlni; ,. i,. M,i,.. s ,,r l,i is
eoniliiu 10 be mi liiiluii; il, hi u .-(v(.
eoilKliterntliuih nml eiileulnl Ions ul nii.'lieiiu '
lent nleely. In (..( i lot; borve eiielex ibusn1
Itorves tlutt b.v I liot e bret iline, mi.l ilKeipl'iie i
lutve none so I'.ir inttaril iIiomii.; Hi, inmli,
tbiven to Hie I u o niliiiii .1 . t. m.. 11 ..- I
I ourwt!, and consequently will not have j tbrn me pmiui;; me peuuunh i,i,,,i into!
t J Stand all the loss. tbolrml. NomhUihu fterput m iiuihIm rnl 1
T. A. Starnos who has boon tin In tl... I"""""""' iii.,mi! imv
Okunogaii country for the nst wvvk
ii if in in i 1 i'i 1 tit
FURNITURE AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING
Wail Paper, Paints, Oils etc.
A Lir(vo supply of, and '.n hiv, Hili! to hoII
N! V"7 v .idli d't.r. tJ JC?
)iT,!(nJ liqtikl t:clnrrt iind llnltu! Inatlw.
Ujitlcr;a.Iiiif5 si Specialty.
. .... 1 M
I repai'ed to linniMli at onee, a line elas u eulllns,
but neat iiinl siiliNlantial.
nihil a elieap gride
Tho past t inter has neon a remark-'
able one Uoiu a political teamlpoint. 1
One tif the peculiar fewturcs being the I
number of legislative dead-locks. Three :
states, Wj tinting, Moutaisa and Wash-j
inglon, failing to elect senators. It 1st
tjUite jiroriatiie mat. tno fenators ap-j .
paintevl in ctuisetjuence of the failures' The perennial government agent In
of the legislatures to elect w ill not be ; vestigating claims for Indian dopreda
sealed. In Kansas the democrats had I tioiis is again out this way. This Is
a st na ur eke! t il for Hit in by tho pop- one of the handiest branches of the de
uiisis. In Idaho, California mid e- psrtnicnt furnishing lots of employ
braska chargt s of w holosale bribery of .mentantl not costing the government
the legislatures are made, and in Idaho ' anything except for salaries. It much
this charge is opeiiiy tuatle :y no loss a , resembles the nickel contribution In
pcr. .iiage than the govenmr. Chi top the missionary box, each nickel reacb
of aii this Senator .V itel.eli ' resolution ing the foreign heathen requiring two
to provide tor ansemhmt the lonstitu- 'dollars for freight and incidental ex-
tiol. eo thai seliatoi." V
the K'opU' onulit to have ;u:ek
'1 he American house of lords is doomed ! Ex-Congressman Blount is on his
when once this cluuigo is a:a.lc. and a : tu ,he "tlwieh Islands to exam-
Dian xtnh bra. ns will ha an ctual "w niiifAaimn mn
ehuiiee to i vt th.ere with U;
'ext TiietlnjN Social.
Tho A. 0. lT. V. hxlgo of this ilaoe
will have a public social at the C. 1!.
church Tuesday evening next. Judge
Haro of llillsboro, Grand lleeorder
Newton Clark of Portland, mid others
will make addresses, and a musical
programme will bo arranged for the oc
casion. Every body invited to attend.
Hi be elected by : penses.
man of 1151 to tU(i W'?11L!' o the iiooi)lo concern-
uiuny or corptuiite ii,.ii;inee.
DO THEY WAST TO SWAP,
Tho following dispatch f o n V.'ash
lngion city Wcdi.e-Jay shewi "a state
of all airs."
"A very dignified delegation was in
troduced to the president today by
Bancroft Davis, recorder of the supreme
court. It was composed of four bish
ops of the y.pitecpai church: The
liight Bcvereruis I'arct of Maryland,
l'otter of New York. Whiltaker of
Brazil and Argentine are linble to go
to war over alleged interference by the
latter with the former in the recent
troubles at Bio Grande de !Sul.
IlllJ Milllelhllli; to show ,,r . l'.u rd, ih ii
fill I It' Hint Willi itiv III!. I' llllulhei- Lobby olliel
tbmi Unit of meal, Lute luiiinl uiuil llu y
tt'iinl In bill me Liunv n us lb,, spteial ilahy
tuveU anil lliu luuiiuii breeti.,. Hn iiiiM' ol it
long line of breediin; In ibis i iirlienLir illr
tvllillt tllf llli'ltl hli .t Imi bu ll lost Mb of,
tn Hie one Limit bate Ihe lulle Jersey
wbose tll;:esllt nml nv imilntive iippimil u
Ull'llMtll ber fuiiil In lite .llreellnii ol Ihe nil I U
pull, wlilk on in,, olher HieMnino wliii
lbs wonderful i:eeeeol flii,.,iiiill v nml ib nvlly,
Tho Hutu wliii U bnvilliii; or beef or pml. fun
iiiiilte bU sf livtlmnt tioni iiinonn t it eurly
liiului Inn bieeils Unit foine lo iln lr imitiii ily
limit) slowly, nml ImiLe Hie luutler eiTeiuset
fnrpeeliil inn 1 All 1 be hree.!ir .mv.l ,o
now Is lo lny mil Lis Weii. bi toie hint ami
then Mvtnv the r.abl litsiriiinenu. lin n he
fun flit line to Ihe line. I Vein. tin In the l.ty
IliU mil ol Ihe 01 L nml stall In t to- lis. ollhe
bnils will eome tv lilt it l:tl ie i imo nml epr
enef. - Neb:uU;t l ui iurr,
J.'i.tKHuits fur fl.iiu;
3.00 , !
Bailies' wo solicit patronage. I
All the little governments of Central
America are on the war path, ami it is
quite probable the spring tights will
commence there soon.
The w s; bound trains have been de
layed somewhat for the past week by
! snow- storms in tut- JJlue mountains
Pennsylvania and ILtre of South Da-and washouts on the Pocatello divi-
kota. ibe object of tho visit was to
discuss with Mr. Cleveland the Chi.
liese exclusion law with relation to its
bearing 011 American interests in
China. They said a strict enforce
ment of the law would endanger the
pioperty and lives or Americans
Thty told tho president that they
came to him, not as the representa
tives of a church, bui r.s citizens, and
they had no suggestions to make, but
had simply come to confer with him.
Mr. Clevtland said in reply that he had
to enforce this, as well as tho other
laws of the country. Tho bishops ad
mitted this, but suggested it might bo
possible to mitigate in somu degree the
severeiies of the law's operation. The
president told them he would do what
he could, and tho interview termi
nated." The Bight Beverends are in very
small business. These very learned
and unco good gentlemen, deliberately
ask the president to violate his cath of
cilice, and to make the Chinese exclu
sion act inoperat.vj. The reason they
advance is that it might endanger the
lives ;or property'&of Americana in
China. Americans will do well to re
member that America is good enough
for anybody, and if anyone prefers
Chin-t to this country he, she, or it, is
entirely welcome to grow a queue, and
become a citizen of thatcauntry. We
t o aot need tht C linc&e ho:o end the
g. cat hotly of the American people are
not willing to swap this country for
Chiiot.. If tho Bight Bevcrends will
dump their phylacteries, long enough
to take a common sense view of Amer
ican ati'airs they will devote mere
thought to christianizing the heathen
in this country, following thereby the
scriptural injunction concerning the
sion. It is thought the trouble is about
over for the season.
Obey the Law.
Before the law authorizing the coun
ty commissioners to select somo nows
paper iu which they should publish the
transactions of the county court, every
Dalles paper published the list as
soon as It could be obtained. Since
The Spread of Influent.
Tho outbreak of intluoiiKt is spreading
fast, with its customary concomitant of
a highly increased mortality from res
piratory affections, la the metropolis,
for one week, thirteen deaths were at
tributed primarily to influenza, the total
death rate being 19.!) jht 1,000, or slight
ly less than the preceding week. It may
bo noted that tho death rate at Plymouth
for the week ending Nov. 'J8 was .'18.3,
or precisely double what it was three ; cash until March loth.
weeks previously, lucre has also boon
a rise iu tho death rates of Newcastle-on-Tyno
and Sunderland. Influenza con
tinues to be very prevalent in Scotland;
it has appeared in a severe form in
Sandy, one of the isles of Orkney. In
Uliisgow it is said that it has never lioon
1 .... 1 .1. - . I
WJ iutlvuu una aeere at, 1110 pros- 1 jtl,t uillee ,lt Vnneoiit
ent time, and almost the same is true of ; snnw is h,.,-. i.v
Ldmburgh. In both places tho resources ; ""'i "ein. 1
-1.- e ... .s l. 1 . . 1 ivioion 01 111a
01 uto pruiusMou uuvu oeou severely
Abroad the accounts are of like im
port. At Berlin it haa been prevailing
during tho past month. It has lioon
very severe at Hamburg and Dusseldorf,
and is also spreading rapidly in tho Sile
sian provinces and Schleswig-IIolstein.
It has appeared again in Paris, where
Professor Bronardel has stated that it
was responsible for 100 deaths during
one week. The Australian mails bring
accounts of the deaths of several promi
nent Melbourne citizens from influenza,
and our New Zealand correspondent
also speaks of its prevalence. London
HARDWARE, TIWWARE, Etc,
Corner of Socotnl ami Fodoral Glroutti.
Acorn and Charter Oak
Stoves ami R.mnos.
(.'tin, Ammunition ami N;iiirtlur (.otitis,
Pump and Pplio,
nmt ( m rl-
A 'It NTS lull
Biftll, M k Stayer
Company's Atrilniltortl Ii)iMfii
1 ai ami nfv wp prirrwtw y mm myct thh
itotiuct inn aio at .ufs. c, j, u 111:'. N. j VV . u. V L-J -L-JJw
bweeping loduelitMi of ladies' hats for I
J hat thirty flays Is as l.nii; as wo can credit
request our p iIimiih In govern thorn
'nods, and tvntild rifioctfully
mmmmmm t o w-.wm
Five days ago pretty Kittie M. Ilall,
of Mayhews. agotl eighteen, camo to
Sacramento. At 4 social party she met
Edward J. Farmer, a preiwssessing
young man of twenty-one. The liking
was mutual. Miss Hall said she had
left home temporarily to avoid tho im
that none of the papers print the list of j portuuities of an aged lover, who was
bills. We suggest in the interest of the distasteful to her, though favored by
beam and the mote.
Our esteemed contemporary the An
telope Ihndd, says that tho Hon
John L. Ayer delivered an address at
that place recently on the subject of
"the A. O. U. W. a id it3 objects." Wo
fear some fake has been playing it on
our susceptible brother, because we
failed to receive any advance sheets,
with (applause), (great cheering) and
oiho:' litile things of that kind all ar
ranged in it. We feel certain it was
not Ayer, for ho prints and distributes
his addresses and ' then don't make
The president has accepted the resig
nation f N. V. Blone, commissioner
of the peroral land office, to take effect
J. T. IJoiick is the name of the gen
tleman who will edit the newspaper at
the Grand Dalles. Alas ! Poor JLiorkk
public, which Is tired of this state of
affairs, that the county clerk bo com.
palled to furnish the list to the proper
paper as soon as court adjourns, tnd
that the paper be compelled to print it,
and priut it all in one issue.
East Hood r.ivEit, Mar. 17.
Cleveland's new weather clerk has
ordered a change. The snow has about
all disappeared and so have the girls.
Misses Edith Strait, Mable Halstad and
Emma Ehrck have left for Portland,
and Lenora Henrichs and Pertha Cop
pie have gone to Hood River.
Peter Jochinsen has added greatly to
tho looks and comfort of his residence
by erecting a porch in front.
Odell brothers will build a fine barn
in tho spring. 0. II. Rhodes is also
getting out timbers for a new barn.
J. A. Knox is going into the poultry
business, judging from the looks of his
flock. He is raising game chickens for
the fair. They are most all roosters,
Odell school honse sports a bran new
banging lamp. I guess now we. will
sea who says "Amen!" in the back
Jim Cook has taken np a "goat
ranch" on the mountain above Dukes
The Climax literary society gave a
basket sociable nt tho Odell school
house last Friday; the receipts of the
evening amounting to $6.36.
II. Strait and Panl Orbit have
formed a partnership and are. going to
Mrs. Henrichs thoroughly condemns
tho roads on this side. As she was
riding along, last week, her pony shied,
throwing her off into a puddle of mud
and water. Bhe considers herself for
tunate in falling in such a soft place,
but nevertheless had a narrow escape
(from drowning). Cumtux.
Wiiite ISalmoii Side.
White Salmon, Wash., March 16.
W. n. Overbaugh has gone to Port
land to remain through tho summer.
Capt. Blowers and family have mov
ed back to Hood Rivor, wonder if the
Courier man's advice had anything to
do with it.
The Goldend.de Sentinel seems to be
her parents because of his financial
"I'll help you out of your difficulty,"
said the gallant young man.
"How';" she asked.
"I'll marry you myself, if you say the
She flushed shyly, asked for a minuto
in which to reflect, gave him permission
to obtain a licenso and became Mrs.
The ancient suitor arrived soon after
the ceremony was performed. Ho wont
straight to the county clerk's office, aud
when informed of what had happened
said, with some show of chagrin, "That
settles it," and walked out.
Farmer and bride wero invisible. Ho
is a clerk in a dry goods storo on a mod
est salary. Cor. San Francisco Chron
icle. Death In a lllg City.
The shadows of metropolitan life could
scarcely have a more ghastly illustra
tion than in the case of the corpso of the
old man at a Greenwich street window
staring into the windows of tho elevated
cars for two days, the butt of tho train
men's Christmas timo humor. A little
while before was tha killing and man
gling of another man on the elevated al
most immediately opposite a window
where sat his wife and child looking in
nocently out and wondering who it was
being carried away under the protecting
We are wont to look upon tho extraor
dinary situations created by tho novelist
and playwright with satirical severity,
but the pen of Sne, Dumas, Dickens and
of a host of imitators never conjured up
from imaginations vivid with wjscarck
and practical observation a more pa
thetically impressive picture than is pre
sented in the dead man at the Greenwich
street window. Yet such things are so
common in New York that they are
swallowed up in tho great maelstrom of
metropolitan events forgotten in a day.
New York Herald.
Vt ii-li..Ynri li.l. I."v;.
Itai li ii it in.iie.. i.l If, oi
until innii! in Mimmii m
elnllilN nml Hull iii. iriin will I, in;i,,- -.
lure W K, Imnliur t 'iniiiiii,-ii.m r I . s, t jr.
eull, t oiirt t MM in I of iih-:.iii;Imii ut (iolmm.
tlult tVitsluiiKloiii.il April , v.;; u;
lirlinnt II. Kieli.
I'remijitinn i. s. No, I'm or the 11 tv ve
,STid 11 r it e w m.
lie tinmen the followlm- tltm v.i s to pr.ne
net eoniiiiiioii UMiirme n-on i.ml etilin
lion ol nnl laml, 1: .Mnnon l,..ek, sum
l.oek, J. Henry Kmiii-, Ivier (iiiwliun, ml
white .'Nilmoit, iMiMi!in;lon.
Iiit'lillnpll i John li. tii-iiiaii'i, in, KivKu r
Private JFormula 1
- And a Complete Lino of
NOTICE I 'Oil 1THUCATIOX.
Land OIHeoitt itneunvi r, WhsIi., Meli. tj, JS'J:
0tlPtlK hereby t'iven thill the followlm
mUl C II E M I G A L S All!) HBDICIHM.
Youn for hood river,
BBS. WILLIAMS & BB03JUS.
mimed srltler httx Hied iioiifu of ills Inteiiin
to mulct) tltuil eomiiiiitntioii jnuef III support
of bin elnlm, nml liial ..ml pnn,( will ! mieli'
before tlm Keumler nml Kei elver ol Uie t. ft
l.itnd Ullle.i ul unee.iivi r, V nxh., on April
iit to liwt, vi,:
Kreilrl'k V. White.
II. K. SOirj fur the h e , e ."i l p :i n r II e w m.
ll niimeB the folliiwiinr witnes.M.n t,, prove
Ills eoiitliiiioiis ri siili iiee upon uiiileiililviiilen
of siild In 1 1 ii vi,: .t.ii.e iiiinii-rnuin, ilii..in
A.Syiiims, Itobert M. ( ii iiiiinn, liu V. 1'.
IlllUlbolie, nil of V bite Sllllnoii, iCIieltltllt Co.,
ineblJaiilL) John I). IIkochko vn. lU'Klster
NOTICE FOP. rUPLICATION.
Land Ofllee tit Vnne'iitver wash, Feb. an, '.Ki',.
Nutlet! Is lieieby given thitt the r.illDWim;
nameil wittier has liieil unties of hi Inleiiuo.i
to make tlnnl proof In snpiiort of his elalm,
nml that itid proof will be made before W.
li, lumbar, t.'ommissinner t'. S. circuit t'oiiil
for lil.slrlet of wnshlimt'.n nl i iohlcndale
M'udhiUjftou oa April l'.H n viz:
Julia H. Umis t.
Homestead application, No. 7.Vi for the s '.:
ofs W ).,' s w ol s e , aiiU 11 e 1 . of H w ' . sin
15 T n r 12 east t in.
H) nitmes the fiillou ini,' witnesseit to provo
his fonlinuoim residence upon nml cultiva
tion ot, miiillaml viz: l.eroy l'ui;vth, .Joseph
0. Wilva, James i' ilz, .lohii A. tiiiiiiun, nil f
1. ylw V. t). W'ashiin:ton.
fbmeh:!! John I), ( icocliPitun, lci;iRter.
HOOD Iffl MANUMGTUMG OOHPAHY.
A I) M I MS I it ATO K'S X OTICE.
NOTICE FOIt PUI5LICA TION.
Land Office at Tho Dalles Or. March W, 18!.
Notice Is hcrobv trlven that tlifi followlne-
named settler has filed notice of Ills intention
to make flmil proof in support of his claim,
findtnat Kiild proof will be mailt before the
ltesister and Keeeiver U. H. L. O. at The Dalies
Or. on May li, im, viz:
Homestead Annlication No. ;K72 for the k V.
n e X and , a w set! 7 Tp 2 n r 13 e w in.
He nillllPK tllfi fnllnwlnir wltni.uuou in nmvn
Ills continuous residence upon und cultiva
tion of, said land viz: Anio Koot, James
i-.iiiott, William Johnson, all of Mosier Or.,
It. McNeil, of The Dulles Oregon.
i)icl,13,tpl2i! John w Lewis, Kcgister.
Notice In hereby jjlvon tlmt Ihn umlArlKiiKd
Iiuk been duly :uppointd udiiilnltrntor of
the, CKtittetif K. V. Cue, decriutcil, bv Inn Hon
County Court nf the Htote of Cifiion for V. r,
oo; County, minium duly liiiallll'ii uu ii. Ail
persons havln; claims imulnst mild eslate nro
thorpiore, hcif.by notilieit to hrramii thair
clulms duly verifier! to tho iim1er!..i,cd ut
Hood Klver, Oregon, tvilhln six iiioiiiim from
thB date liereof, ami any claim not prosenlcd
within that time will be postponed until nil
claims presented within that time aro fully
Hood Ulver, Oregon, Vch., lltii ISM.
H. C. Con.
NOTICE VOH P1JI5LICATION.
Timber I.imd, Act Jnna S, IH73.
Unltnd Hlutes Land Of!!o?,
Vuncouver, Wash., ,lan.,2l, 1STO.
Notlco Is hereby Riven that In compliance
with tho provisions of tho act of CoiiKress of
JtineS, 1K7H, entitled "An net for thetiali) of
stone lands lb the states or California, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory,
William Dnino.ol'Cheowilh, county of Klick
itat, stati) of wash., has this diiv tiled in
this olllco his sworn Matcmunt no. lWi, for thB
pioenuneoi ina iois ,5 an i-i ol Reel ion no M In
tOtfllHh In Nf. 3 n.irlli .'um..,.,. (I,,al ...
will offer proof to dhow that tho land nought Is
more valuablo for Us stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before tho Keiflstcr tmd lift-
ceiver or tins oiiico al, Vancouver, wash,, on
cuiniMUity inn liiu nay ol April- IKni.
He names as wIIiickscs: Amos tTriderwwd,
Kdward Underwood, of Hoik! Klver Oregon,
Robert Carr, of Cascades wash., Charles
Myer, ot unemitvith, wash.
Any and all persons claiming adversely tho
uiiovb uenei iiieu iiimis are ri;(uesied to lite
thoir claims in Ibis ollii:e on or belore said 12lh
flay of April, !.
Jan2Sail Joint D. Oeooiikoan, Register
House Builder's G-oocIs. Snsli
Brackets anil ifood Tiiriiinu
Limo. Plaster and Lat2i Coil
ing, Rustic and Ploorinc
Coffins &z CaclnGtc-
UN fikii;ti:.st notick
o. I,. HTRANAlIAN,
H. ). tX)B
RAWSOfl a WEBER
Have on liutid a full Htippl.y of Fruit,, Simdo and Ornamorital trHt; grp
vines, small fruits, Kosoh ami Slimlibery.
liu Ktiru to Kt-t our pricos lielori purchiiHiii"; oisewlicro.
Iioint'iiihcr our treoK are frown strit-lly without Irrigation,
V. A. Hi.i NGEitr.AND, Iiotnil Ajrcnt.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Vancouver wash. lh. 3, 1W8,
Notice Is hereby given that the follotvln.
nanieii setin r has men nolien of his intention
to make final proof In support of his claim,
and that said proof will be mado before tho
Register and Receiver V. S. I.imd Oliiee at
v ancouver wasn., on April 1!J, isiij, viz:
Clans II. i'earson.
D. R. No. 2"i:t for the eJ'seV and HV.neli
section 8 Tp il rtr 10 e wm. 4
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence) upon and cultiva
tion of, said land viz: i'eter Stolier, Sr., Knni
uel Btoller, of Vaneouvrr wash., I'eter .Schinid,
Uaniel V. Kaegi, of Trout J,al:o wash.
inclilajilS John D. (ii:o(;ii.-.t;AN, Kcgister.
IJVHifl anal aum mii.iwiu
warn mhm ttlsta cr.lmwrii
tram mpt pmn gj mfa mrsi niuii ai
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAHD THE
Ciioicest Meats, Ham,
Bacon, lard, Gasae,
Poultry, Also Dealers in
'.VEGETABLES. AfJD FRUITS.
Corner of Oak and Fourth Ktrcet.s, .... (),l HiV(T Orogon,