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THE OREGON MIST.
Issued livery Friday Morning.
H'HSI KU'TloX, !.. I'KIt YKAK.
St. IIki.knh, ArtirsT SI, 181.
1'iik iitlituilo of die Chinese govern
nionl in ivlnlion to forrignprs iu that
ronntry is Iwcoming nlurming.' The
CbiiiPFO ntUlioiities rotuso to yieUl to
tliu ilomiimls of Ihn foreign niiniptei
who aro nctive iu Uioir efforts to etvure
rairos for the otttmge done in the
recent riot in the Chinese empire,
and it is tidily expected that some
more serious outbreaks will tnke place
than heretofore, and China can rest
assured that the world is becoming
heartily tired of their cilixeu being
tortured, imprisoned and harassed, and
will resent it in different wy next
t ime it occurs. The London Standard
commenting on this question, Bays:
"Should China persist in her present
attitude,grave consequences are threat
ened and no one can see issues. This
- is what the shrewder of Koluo and
other secret societies desire. They
hope to involve the government with
the foreign powers, and thus distract
it, knowing that if the powers attack
China the . empire will probably
collapse and the whole of them full in
to a state of unarcliy, which could not
be suppressed in our lime. Happily
the European diplomats understand
this condition of affair, and knowing
how desperately fragale is the imperial
authority in China, will' persuade the
others to deal with it in a gingerly
ltcled gsirduii, and the marked h
over supplied. . At the preset t
rule of nu rtulity there will, within a
year, lie enough unused type on the
Pottii;! and OrayV Harbor country to
Imlhist all the ships that leave our
shores. A promimnt typo founder re
marked, not long cince, that there was
enough printing material in Whing
ion to hist it ton years. Yet the 011
thtiiau&titi ruh in.
Tits partisun press of the .state are
having a great deal of sport at Gov
enor lVnunyrrV expense Just at
present in regard to iiu-refit-iing to
recognixe tho requisition ot Governor
Kerry of Wasington for the arrest of
A.' Cashing fugitive from justice,
who had been brought to this utittw by
virtue of a requisition mon the gov
ernor or Nebiinka, and who had buen
trietl for a crima mvl accqnitied. The
governor's reason for taking the course
he did is a valid one, and although it
is not a good idea to encourage futti
lives to come into the state, yet law is
law and wc most obey it,
It is claimed on good authority that
negroes will be shipped to the Pacific
coast to supercede the Chinese, who
are employed to do the drudgery at
present. The New York Herald says
"There is a good deal of sound horse
sense in the plan for colonizing a large
number of negroes on the Pacific
slope, Senator Stanford is said to be
interested, and it is predicted that
within the next twelve months that
60,000 or more colored people mav
, find employment and homes in Cali
fornia. In any event, the scheme
under full headway, and will have a
fair trial. The climate out yonder is
peculiarly genial, and adapted to the
negro constitution. California is in
need of laborers, and can give them
, steady worn at lair living wages, as
the Chinese are neither liked nor
trusted." So far as California being in
need of laborer the stjfte is over run
with working men of all trades and
nationalities. What Mr. Stanford
ou1d do to benefit this coast would
be to invent a scheme to induce men
of means to invest their money in
manufacturing enterprises, and there
by furnish employment for the thou
sands of unemployed who are already
on the coast, and especially iu South
The Chicago Herald, in its dis
patches a few days ago, said : "Presi
dent Harrison will, before the meeting
of the national convention in 1892. de
clare, over his own signature, and in
the most emphatic manner, that he is
not a candidate for renomination."
This coarse, perhaps, the president
lias concluded to pursue because of
the growing tendency in favor of
Blaine. There is this about the move
ment politically : Blaine is the strong
est man in the republican party today,
and is daily gaining favor; be is the
one man in the republican party
whose election would be assured be
yond doubt, should he be nominated.
He has been gaining in popularity
ever since his defeat by Cleveland in
1884, partly through his plan of rvci-
piocity, greatly, especially among the
laboring classes, because of his action
in treating , with Italy regarding
the New Orleans lynching ; and after
nil he is uot such a radical protection
ist as the present incumbent, which
lias made him many friends, especially
among a certain class who want to see
reduction of the 'a iff taxes, yet to
not want free trade er even a tariff for
revenue only. All these things Mr.
Harrison evidently realizes ss having
some substantial bearing on his future
prospects, and, perhaps, considers this
the proper time to announce himself.
It is now claimed that the Southern
Pacific railroad company . will not ac
cept the new freight tarriff rate recently
made by the state board of railroad
commissioners, and will quite likely
iase tne matter into court, i be com'
mission places the loss to the company
under the new rate, as compared with
the old, at $5000 a year, while manager
Koehler places it at 1250,000. To make
this difference in the figures either the
commissioners are not familiar with
the volume of business done by the
company or else Mr, Koehler greatly
over estimates the company's low for
the purpose of ' gaining sympathy
with tho commission. However, we be
lieve that if the board stands firm the
company will yield fn the end. :
', SrKAKiNaof mushroon newspapers,
and the comparative falling off in bust
ness, especially on the Sound and
Grays Harbor country, the Whatcom
Reveille says : "What is true to As
toria is true to the Sound country gen
erally. Nowspa pert nave, within two
years, sprung up like weeds in a neg-
Atli ABOUT THK MOCTH.
' Somebody has discovered that the
liu m nn mouth has a steady motion
toward tho left of the face which will,
in time, bring it somewhere in the
neighborhood of the left ear. Man
has an invincible tendency to eat only
with the teeth that are on the left Bide
of his mouth. This wears out the left
teeth mora than the right teeth, and
this in turn gives the upper and lower
jaw an inclination toward the left. It
is the opinion of this learned scientific
persop that in the course of a few mil
lion of years the human mouth will
have completely changed its position
and will be situated rather nearer to
the left ear than to the nose. While
no fault can be found with the train
if reasoning that has led this scientific
person to this conclusion, he would
nevertheless find it difficult to explain
why the month should pause when it
reaches the left ear. If tho habit of
chewing oil the left side of the mouth
can move it a fourth of the way around
the head, it is evident that a continu
ance of the habit will iu time cause
the mouth to make a complete circuit
of the head. Fortunately we can save
our descendants from having mouths
at the back of their heads by resolutely
eating on the right side as well as the
left side of our motiihj, but unless we
do this persistently the march of the
mouth toward the left will continue
with all its painful consequences.
August 10, 1391.
Eorroa Mm: According to promise I
send yon a few items iu regard to oar trip
to the lake.
On July 21, 1991, yonr correspondent
went from Bt. Helen to Woodland, and
there met Mr. T. A.McBriile and family,
Mr. E. M. Rands and family, Mr. It. Creel
man. Mr. 8. Kelley, and libs Cora Lemon;
all of Oregon City ; and Mr. L. K. Adams
and Mr. Runyon, of Astoria; Mr. Ed C.
Giltner, Misses Georgia Uiltner and Lacy
A. Williams of Balcm fifteen persons in
all and ludian Louis being on hand with
his wagon, we started at 8:30 p. ni. for
Johnson creek, and arrived at 11:30 p. in.,
and after having some supper we retired
to our beds at 12:30 a. m. JobnsdfT creek
is ten miles oat from Woodland, and we
traveled rurally by the light of the full
Jnly 22. Came on to Murray's on the
Spilleai prairie, fifteen miles.
July 23. Came on to Wolverine bar, and
waited for Louis to come; traveled about
Ave miles today. The gnats were bad at
thin cam p. ,
July 2L The first of our party arrived
at 12 o'clock noon, and some later. Our
canoe being here all night, we managed to
get to our camp at a late hour. We found
oar old camp badly dissipated. We did not
get to bed until a very late boar.
The fishing seems to be poorer than
nsnal, and the berries are not sufficiently
ripened to be plentiful. W find the gnats
somewhat troublesome here, for the first
time. On July 29 Mr. Creelman went out
bunting and got lost, and stayed out ill
night in the woods. Tom McBride . went
out next day and found him about three
miles from camp. He was all right.
Thursday, J uly 30. Messrs. Adams.
Giltncr and Eunyon started for Mount 6 1.
Helens, expecting to be out three days.
Saturday . August 1. Tom and I went
down abont a mile below the Kaiama falls
to hunt ellc. Tbey had been si', through
the woods quite lately, but we saw no: e
The party that went out to the mountain
came in today, all having made the ascent
to the summit without auy niiiliap.
August 4 CJoudy, with hard rain in the
afternoon. Fred Caples and Howard Jic
Bride came in from below, making our
party now numbering seventeen.
August 5, 6, and 7. Eainy. August 8.
Clear and fair George M. McBride, Leigh-
ton Kelly and Ed. C, Giltner started for
Mount St. Helens today, intending to niake
August 9. The boys came in from
the mountain today, very tired. They bad
made the ascent of the mountain, then
came nn to our camp at the lake, a distance
of ten miles, a big day's work for boys.
Messrs. A. B. Cook, E. S. Cook, A. W.
Howett and B. McDonald, from Union
Ridge, Wash., accompanied them on the
whole of the trip.
August 10. Charles E. Runyon, L. K.
Auains. Lefchton Kelly, Howard McBride,
Gru M. Meltrlde, A 11. Cook, K.N.
U ok, A. V. Hewitt, It McDonald and
your correspondent went down Id Kaiama
falls to examine the natural wells there,
They area new (Unlivery, ml are n Rival
curiosity. We taw ptrhiipj twenty or more
of tin in. They are in Ilia lava-bed and
average about twenty feet hi depth, and
from ten to thiity-Mx Inel In diameter.
One of tin in wns twenty two t t deep, and
had a tine streaiji of water flowing at the
bottom, Jrorn widt h We drew tho water by
menus of a tltOi-liii aud an empty eon
ilenaed in Ik ran. Th water is very void
and pure, TIioh well were first dtioi.veml
by Mr. T. A. M'llilleand Mr. Charles K
liunyou ttlillo Ul hunting, on Tuesday,
J uly 2,4, 1S0I. They (ire situated about one
foil i th of a mile southeast of the Kahuna
ta li. The number of thein In not known.
There may be hundreds of them we had
nnt lime to hunt mure. There are also
tunnels In the lava, where logs ami whole
pro trntci trees (rooti and all), have been
covered by the lava, and then burned out.
There are doubtless hundreds of these and
they seem to run tn every t!irecLo:t and nt
various depths from the surfa-e. One. the
"Grand Tunnel," Mr. I.clghton Kelly and
Mr. How ard Meld hie penetrated to the
distance of 13H feei, by actual measure
ment. Another by Mr. Adams, Mr. Run
yon, Mr." Kelly and Mssrs. Howard and
George M. McBride, eighty -tour feet. Kelly
and McBride coming out une place abot.l
100 feet away from the entrances, and Mr.
Admits and Mr. Ilunyon another about
sixty fett away. Onother one was pene
trated l'JO feet. They are round, perfect,
and show the pilot of the bark on the luvu
very plainly. 1 have some specimens f ."om
wiiie of them that I liow to show you on
1 must ailogUe to you for this com
munication, as Indhtn l.oul failed to bring
in any writing muterial. The party are ull
well, and" you may expect to hear from me
aain soon. Yours in huste. .
Echo Lake, Angust IS, 1801.
Since my last communication to you
there has been but liule happening here
worthy of note.
Those wells and tunnels near Kaiama
falls are attract: ng a great ileal of attentiou,
and have already been visited by a good
many people, including the larger part of
our party. They are certainly well worth
nJvLiit from any one who may visit this lo
Ouf party have been well supplied with
meat by our hunters. The trophies of the
chase so far have been as follows: Three
mountain goaU and two kids, one bear and
one cub, one wild goose, and some grouse,
ducks and pliea-anti.
The fishing has not been as good as it has
been in former yearn, but we have bad all
we wanted. The game was killed in the
mountains, from fifteen to twenty mi.es
from ourcamp on the lake.
I have been today carefully measuring
some of the trunki of the fallen trees to
ascertain their length, with the following
result. Trees meamred, south of .our
camp, with a southern exposure:
So. 1. 220 feet. No. 4.-275 feet.
2. It5 feet. ft. 2-T. feet.
3. 2J0 feet. 0. VO feet.
Xorth of our camp, northern exposu re.
Xo. 1. 2T-0 feet. No. 5. 2i0 feet.
2.-2: 0 feet. 0. 30j feet -
3 SOftet. 7.-2-'x feet.
4. 2U0 feet, 8 JtO feet.
0. 310 feet.
These measnrements were carefully tuken
with a ten foot pole. There are many trees,
no doubt, mueli taller than those l meas
ured, as it is not probable that those I
measure. 1 were by any means the highest
ones. It will be seen that those on the
northern exosurc were the highest on an
T. A. McBride and D. C. Tedford came in
yesterday, and Kd. C. Giltner, Georgia
Giltner and Miss Wiilinms. of Salem
started home today; aud Messrs. Adams
Runyon. Caples and McBride are going to
morrow, and I expect to follow inaide of a
week. Yours truly. Gxobob Mksmill.
ins and thresh! nx are in full progress,
Tho wheat la turning out above even
tho expectations of mot furmora. Tl e
quality U irenorully itbuve thoave ago,
I'l'ioea tii-day in lYiHllcton for wheat
uiu C!i cunts tor blue atom uud 01 renin
for club, ch ar of the snek. RHny f i -iner
in litis section mid their wheat
Ust year t from b'i to 55 cents pot
htuhel. In Sherman and Morrow coil
ties the yield ia tnt satisfactory, hIm
in purls if Wasco county, In I'nion
county tome heading was thmo th a
punt week, tml it will he lit full ope
lUion ncjt wcoK In Klamath count' ,
which appears to ho a natural county
for rye, there is ryo 8 feet high ami
volunteer outs that will yield nearly
or quite 1)0 bm-hela per iicio. Tlirutigi.
the stock country a large buy cnt
was see u rod and stock lire .generally
tn primt'condition. This year promine
the best all around harvest on recorti
B. S. TAorK, Observer.
Mrs F. K. Pennett to W H.Conjers,
Se'V, see to, lp 5 n, r S wet ; .
Kate Marie And r on lo M iry Ovthertnr
IU not, lo s it nu t . oik T. lbYam's Xrti
u.hliiiiiii loChitskan'e; tint).
J. W. t 'a pica et al. to K llldgwiiy ail'1
f. N. Harris, part of the liw' j of W.S, sec
I, tp 4 n, r wet; $1.
l K. Ainsileii and wife to D. W. Zeller
au I of the Popplil'iil il'iiatioii land claim
in see Ul, tp 3 ii. r 2 west; also TH acres,
see 1A, tp3 n, t K west; $ I.
O. l!. It. It. Co. to K. M. rdilntaffer. bw
HABIGHORST & CONANT,
Vi. see 27. tn 4 n. r 2 west: S'.Sirt.
u iV. t. it. it. t'o. to G. II. llatrety
Puvid Ualt'ety n si'M. sec 27, mid
nwVx. see .XV tn 4 n. r 2 west:
O. A C. It. R. Co. to Frank 1'nyne and
Pavid Kattety, H, w!, sec 27, tp 4 11, r 2
O. 1. K iwlcr and wife to D. P. Fowler.
t, nwi, wi of uct, sec 20, tp 5 II, r 2
west, q.iiicUitu; It.
A. r. LsWs ami wife to Muttie J. Karnes,
lotft.Mk 4 in Bryant's hrst add it on U.
l-idward Webster and wifeto C. 11. 8t,ind
brMge, lot 2. blk 17. Vernoma: $ W
8ia e of Oregon to John Johns, rrU a'
nei.andw'Sotneli. ami lots 1 aud 7, tee
31, tp 8 11, r 4 west, swamp land.
1V desire to v to oureltlens, that fur ysr
we have keen setting Dr. Klngi Nw Discovery
forronsninil.in, Ir. Klngi New I. Kb 1'IIK
B.ieklen's Arnica Salve suit Klertrle Hitters, in.!
have never huiidlwl reme.l'es that tell as well,
or that have given such nutvemd sstlWaetlon.
We do nut he.ilale to xasrsatcs them every
time, and wealsnd ready Iu ruliiinltliepiirehsae
price, It MtUfnetnrjr results do not follow tli'r
uks. These rsmelfes have'won tholr great k
ulsrlty on tlieir morlts. E.lwlii Kims, IiriiKiii't.
Uurkleis'a jtrulrst Fair.
The Pest Salve In the world for Cuts. Unities,
Sores, L leers, UmII ttbeiini, Fever Sores, Teller.
:hpjel Hands, ChllMalns, Corns and ull .skin
Ernpttnas, snt HMttively euret l'llss, or no ))
reqnlre-t. It Is irnamnteeil lo rtve perfect Mlls-
(s-Hlon, or money tvfun1el. 1'rlr J5 eulils per
box. For Sale i;y fit win Kuu.
viiul mil rvmmAMTtm
Lopoi'H and Wood"Choppois SuDplien.
Saws, Under Cutters, Mann's Axes, Wedges, Sledges, Peavys, Chains, Etc
184 IHOSJT NTKKKT. PPOSITK KH.nosiU lltlTKI,, MIHTLANU.
TUOS. C00PEU, rnT.
ST. IIELKNd, - - - OltKQON
Cyrns Noble's Whiskies.
I.AROK STOCK Of
Excellaot Wines, Liquors and
y KltrT C0NHTANTI.Y ON llAND.-
An Excellent l'oul and Billiard
FOR THE USE OF FATRONS
Lavs VS A CALL-
Tljo Gclsbratod French Gare,
tor irt5nv forni
fritl! f riJV luan m
fiErct;C neof Siimnlauts AFTER
TobMcoorOpinm.or throw: tijo.ii.iiul in tlserS'
tlou. over iu duixenee. An , tm h ui Ixsn ol llrul:
Power, W'kef .ilues, r.earliin dot a t ains hi ll.c
bark, seminal UVakcKw, tiytria. Nervous I'r
tratioa, oeiurnal Kuilisious, 1 .oorrbiea,
tineu, W.-aH Memory, bo of I'owdran.l Imi'O
teney.hli hffsierlpetel often least to i.rinatn!-e
old ts and luunitr. I'r'.ro l.u iboi,, txixes
lvr.j.)0. teot ty Dia'loiiroeir.tnt nrtee'
A WniTfltX (it'ARAKTKR is lnin Inr
every l'"lori!erreeelvil. lorelonl tliemmify 11
a fermissal eura t not erertML We bare
tinnau: l Iratlmonlala fmmolil anl yonnr,
of botU rosea, who hav bwn wnnaneDtiy rnrri
tjr tbeuaeol ApbroOWne. Circular Ire a. AaVlresi
THK APHRO MEDICINE CO,
WdsUra llrauch. a. i'oavi ajiu. In.
For sale by JEDWIX ROS3, Dhcogikt
St. Helens, Or. ,
Parmsneittlr Ciirert wllhom mttlna. Bumtnc
or Ollattna. A jterfeetly MiiiilesK tresttiteut am)
a t uaranteed eure In every rasa, no matter how
lonjisUtiillng. This treatment, for htrleture. ol
l)r. Hoswetl's. Is the irreate.t dtM'osery known
lo Murltetne. It itiaolvea and eniitpletely re
moves the rUrlekure wiiliout auooyauee or pain
to the patient.
Diseases of Men I
Peeullar to tholr sex. and not nroner to nama
here, iiKimllnir all ttnue delleilts InNnnlile
anp Waknessv, wlileh they would shrink Iroin
nMiiraiue loiiieiriamiiy lUiysleloii, nerinanent'
ly Mirert in le lime than waa ev.:r known to
yiedtetne wfore. Iiv Or. nvixwclrs "Saw svsiem
01 treatment. js rejiivenaies tne xenllo-url
nary organs ana mane weak nteu aiiouir.
II V- Medicine sent by mall
The following is the report fo r the
week ending, Saturday, August 15th,
Weather A few showers occtircd
along the coast, ia the interior valleys
the mornings were cloudy, cool and
damp from dew, the afternoons warm ;
the maximum temperature ranging
from 78 to 5)0 degrees. The nights
nave Deen warm causing the daily
mean temperature to be above the
average from 2 to 4 degrees s day.
Crop..-Threshingof fall wheat ha. LMe
oeen iu iun operation, ine ocrry is,
- , , i . .. .
as a ruie, large aim piump ana it ts
considered to be extra good milling
wneat. rortiaoa price tins morning is
m cents per Dustiei, which is about 10
cents per bushel more than waa paid
this time last year. Yields of from 25
to 43 bushels per aero are generally
reported. Mr. V. P. Gondy of Hob
bard, Merion county, threshed out 970
bushels of wheat from a field of 23
acres. This field has been in contin
ual wheat cultivation for 35 yeers
i tie coot weatner in tne mornings re
tards running of spring grain and
causes grain to be rather lough for
threshing until the snnBliino becomes
warmer. In Curry county 4 cr jj of
allalU, blades about 22 inches long,
have been cut thn year up to Julv
25, without irrigation. Oats are heavy
ana a gooa crop, perious damage ia
feared from tho hojdouse. Teaches,
corn and melons are fully an average
crop. Watermelons are now ripe in
weather. No rain is reported to
have fallen. The temperature haa been
about the average; the maximum tern'
Do Ion Drinli?
OF COURSE YOU DO
SITU BF.INO Til K CASK. It behooves
yi 'it to Und the itnait leiralile plaee to
ptirenase vour iim.riHor.
. MEEKER & DECKER
Tuke this nnportnnity to tell the readers of
aitvr mat mey uave at
The finest line of wines Minors am
Vig it Ui he fo'm.l thn siilo of Port-
Inud. Ami if you lll
engine in a game of
POOL OR BILLIARDS,
They ran asstire you that they have the
let tiiMe In town. r.vrrytlitiiK new nml
noil, an.) your ititroimKe ia r-iei liuily
MKKKKil A DKl'KKfl,
.St H.Kns. . O ret on
6, A isaasklM of tnfrasMUoa aad a. B
1 atnolo( lb laa.abuu, II. lo I f
Oblala Patauta, areata, TrJ V
Marta. Ooorrlahla. mU frm- J
rvuai mumm a eo.Jy
mow who raunot
statins their eane fit
or express, aeHle.1, free from exposure, to all
parta oi tun ac'ine limim. Auuresa.
Wa A Rax well, M. D.,
t'onsultlha Physician. '
BT. rACh DlrJPKNSABY
POBTLA.st), . UKI.UOSJ.
Administratrix Final Notice.
XoTin is hkrsby ;itss tliat MarvThom
as. executrix of the last will and testnnieiit
of Isaac Thomas, deceased, has flleil In r
final account of a.liiiloistroiion of the nid
estate, with the county court of Colnrnhia
county. O.eeon. and that SHlJeomity court
nas annoinieu j nesouy ine aim nnv ol
August, IrtJl. at I o'clock p. m.xf iaiil ihiy,
at the court house in said County as the
time and tilace for henrine of obieetlons to
sum accouniano tor oujectionsoi ine same.
This notice is puhlMied by order of I). J.
of said o-jiirt, duly made on
tiie 21st day of July ln'Jl
, P. Maom, Att'y.
Nonce is HKazsY oivrs that mirsnant to
S i order of the county court, of the Htate
of Oregon for Colunihia county, made on
the eleventh day of May, 11. the tinder-
sij;neu AduiiniMtratorof the Kstataof Mary
Hennett, deceased, will sell at puhlic auc
tion, to the hiehest bidder, for cash in hand
peraturueraneed from 85 to 90 decrees, at the court house door in the town of
There haa been more than tb .vomon t'a"'t Helens. Colutnliia county, Oregon, on
AiicreiiM oeen more tnan the averag- Salr,iHy, the isth day of Auust, iwd, at
amount of clouds, thongli the after- u o'clock a. in., the followria descrfhe l
noons have generally been cloudless. I real proiterty, heloriKmg to the estate of
Frosts occurred in parU of Klamath Mar7 Hennett, deceased, towit: Thesoiitli-
., nn n,a o,i, wen cinarier oune nonnwesi quarter(K tv
county on the tll, k ol N W 14) ol section six (U) In township
oiuim. iei 11 m aeiious Ilea 1 1 V,',"' ' """"v !,""' v!" ' ,WE"1
h irvest handa in most sections. Head ?f y,"i'X!f. 715?'""" 'nd conIn,nln'
me Liniteo etates govj rnmeni survey.
Administrator of said EaUta.
St. Helens, Oregon, June 10, 1U1.
Used in Miliums of Homes 40 Years the Standard
NOTICE rOH PUBLIVA'IION.
LandOfflneatOrafoa City, Or., July IS, 191.
I Notlee Is hsrabr slvea that tho foPowlnc-
I named settler has filed notlee of his Intention
to make Anal proof tn support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before th County
Clerk of Columbia county, at Ht. Helens, Ora
fou, on Aufiut 2, Hint, vfur
Bnniestead entry No. 7CJ1, for the irW of ne'
snd e'4 of nw'A nt me. 2U, 1 8, n r 2 w. tie nsmss
Ilia (ollowini witnesses to nrova his eonllnu-
Ious residence upon andmiltlvatlonof, said laud,
vti: C. r. Fowler, II. K. Eowler. Jesse Ilaiidriclca
and Robert Krey, all of St. Helens, Columbia
I county, Oregon. .
117 S2I 1. T. Arrr.lt NO iV, KmilSter.
DR. A BORN.
At Portland Until Jalj .OtL
DR. ABORN. Fonrth and Morrison
streets, rortlund, Oregon, the mot sue
estful phyxlcian on the American conti-
usnt for tho speedy, positive, absolute and
pcrmituetit cure for Catarrh of the Iliad.
Asthma, llrwhitis, I'neuinonia and Con
sumption, Twenty-five years' successful
Instantaneous relief and permanent cares
often effected upon first consultation.
Dr. A born', by bis original, modern scien
tific method, effects
Kpeedy and radical crtres of the most
olMtinlteand ImiK standinircase
of Kaal Catarrh, Itacna, Deafness, Ills
chtirifes front the Ears, Asthma, Bronchi
tis and Consumption, ,
A4o Ktoniftch Disorders, Ililllmis Colic.
Qnll Stones, and Jauillce, Heart, Liver,
Kidney, llludiler and Nervous aR'ectiitions;
Diseases of Men. Also all ailments pecu
liar to women.
Dr. Aborn can be consulted from sow
until July Ath. when lie leaves for Kurope.
Nora." Home treatment, securely packed
sent by express t ) any part of the l'aclllc
Coast and Territories for those who enn
not possibly call In pel vm.
THE ONLY TRUE
Will rsrtfr tk SIM., mratatoth
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Waul of AiiIM, ladlaMllMk
aiaaeiaa aag narvaa
laa Hraia I
I A II IFfl paaullsrulhalrlwuln
DON'T 60 TO PORTLAND
For jour Drugs, when yon enn buy tliom nt home
for Lkss Money.' nml wive traveling ex penww.
DON'T BUY YOUR DRUGS
At ngrocory or hnnhvare Htoro, when you cun get
got them Fi'ohIi iinU 1'ure at. ft icgnlur )huriuucy.
. AT ,
Ross' Drug Store,
You will nlwftyn fiml n comjtlt'to etockof Drugs
. 1'ntent Medicines, Chi'inictilH, Toilet Article,
riitin and FAncy Stationery, ScIkmiI Honks
And school .Hpjilies, And nil Arti
cles umiiilly kfjit in a well reg
iih'.ted rhttrtnncy. .
Prescriptions and Family Receipts,
Oalcrs from tho country will receive our uhiuvI
THE PORTLAND JEWELER.
iMI'OltlKK ANIJ IKALEI: IN
watches, Jewelerv, and Optical Goods.
Fine Watcli and Jewelrv Repairing.
Orders from the Country Solicited.
165 First Street. Between Morrison ond Yamhill, Portland, Or.
npriE RETAIL MERClfANT in the necof.wy
1 Medium of Trade betw een the Manufnctuntr
And the Consumer. He nnwt protovt the interettt
of his cuftoinera by purchasing in the lowtwt and
And beHt markets, and by ndling to his put run
at the Lowest IWihle Price.
PROPRIETOR OF THE OLD ST. HELENS STORE,
In keeping thcue true principle of trade alway in
view often leave the old track and strike "no row
lot" for Bargain for hicutomer. Ill stock of
I being enlarged by New Good Every Day.
ft la not onrrnwitt fo " tlie nmnr iliff. rent urtli'loa kept
oil Mle, eYrnin lry Oo.n, ..tliliiK. ,,i(I(m' Wmr Orntl.'iiii'ii'a
;ar ili Mtl V, t ar, Kit W'r, ! lour nml HV, flnwi-rie nml (!n
nrt OiK.tln, mid Jlurdwnrv, t rm ki rv and dlmawaro. (ir,inlu
!,'".' 1 "v'!"'r'.,'"wi''r,,"i,a t1."' ",,t" U0"'
ruti'nt Mwlit Iikih, Tolkt Artlclr, itu,
-Now is tho Tim a to Secure a Lot In
I fU Of) I laa Hni aaa.
WnVarln froan mnp)tB(i
Mtiliftr Uihair mi will nod
i DSL AM TICK'S LMOm
Tun iu mi ua teir aura. uimieMr.DMU
tfarcootpUilam. VrjOiit tUinMa at oarttsrUiW
Do mot iprmant-at th OHIOIfiC a4 BMtV
inr OoDrtiMtloa, Liw Oonplftlnt o4 ItTchl
lailaH on pvcalot mi two omnia In boit, W
tr. MART KM MftOlOlNt OO., Kttmii.
KOTICK FOB PUBLICATION. ;
Land Offire at Oregon City, Or., July 21, 1MJ.
Nolli'e la bpr.br riven that th. (ollnwlna.
naniMl aettl.r tiaanlixt notice.! hla Intemlon to
mak. final prouf In .upmrt uf hit claim, and
thalaald pruil will bfl Diaile bufor. th. iwuntv
clerk f ColiiuiblkPoiiiitT, at Bt. Jlolom, Oraaun,
on HaiiltuiNir u, ikii, vu:
PRANK PAt'L ItUPACH.
Hrmntad .ntrr No. (M71. for th. nwli of .
27 llnilw. He nam en tlit following- witneiia.
In prove htafiontlniioua raalcnc upoa and
cultivation of. natd laud, Tli: A. Dotlt, Frd
IjmxKi liei, Enoa Jnneaand Homer Brown, all of
Keuben, Columbia County, Oregon.
vi . 4i r. Aj rbnnu.i, nngntrr.
This Desirable Property Adjoins Milton Station, on tho North
ern Pacific Railroad,
ONE HOUR'S RIDE FROM PORTLAND,'
And i Only Miles lrom St. Helens, the County Seat, on the
Columbia - Hiver. Milton Creek, a Beautiful Mountain
Stream, run within 200 yard of this Property, fur
nishing an Inexhaustible supply ol Water for
' all Purpose.
LOTS, 50X100 FEET,
Ranging in Price, from $50 to $100, can be Secured from
Jjrl7-tt . gt. Uolens, Oregon.