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THE OREGON MIST.
Hulled ftlatf and County Official Paper.
LOCAL AND GKNKRAL.
Hflmmnhor tlio excursion tonight,
li'HViug ut 7 ::).
Horn To U." wlfo of 0. V. Bryl,
m Huturduy last, daughter.
j nvnhiiiiirdJ (or H'xjiU at
H.it'ou's GiHtoii. .
Mini Kva. Artilil""l, ' HilUboro, i
tlio guiiht of In Utor," Mm. J. tt.
HiKiilfi tliU wouk.
Miss Aim Hwglfl, eoinK)itor on
tlio Hlllsboro Iml"imluit, vloitud St.
llitlmu tlio faro pitrt of thti wouk,
i Ltounm ti woil wi'to isaiiril on tlifi
7lh lust, to Clurimli Way Jones mid
1'etnr Hyvursoii.ull of Clalskanlo, Or.
MU Unit Dliikwlry mid Mis Emm
, of this jilucc, I vo lawn vistting
Mm. Ir. CJifl', of Buukor JliH, for the
Mi'. lt.Hmrcy ami (amity hive moved
to Ht. Unions from HkaniokuwA whore
they have boeu living for uvuml
On to J. 8. IiiicouV Fanners Alllit nee
tor for cheap good.
Alt kind of job jirluting, inch at
loiter heads, hill (lends, nolo heatls,
alriU'iiicnl, KmUr, envelopes, cards,
to., doiio at Tint Miht olllce on short
County Kitrvr-yor Little relumed
Muinlny from Clumkunw, whore he liad
Immik (or miveriil day surveying for
A. M. and W. K. TicltcmVr"
Last woost a chinaman i arrested
in YMiiihill iviunty by diuty United
Htitu Marshal Hinnott for stttoniiitiiig
to IM COUtllorfl'it l.ic'kll'B.
Miirriuil At the rimd"ce o( R.
JNeimin iiieiatknie, this county, by
Jlii'cC.O, Loo Miss Hsnianthn A.
.Iwiii lo Mr. H. K. I-iggeMr "U of
Hon. George W. MoHi'nlecnme dowu
from Hakim Hulurday for turn weeks
vacation and was greeted by his many
friend. Mr. McHride's health, while
KThN no bt-lter ia evidently do worse
lilMU llallal "
An Hhj excursion did not Uko place
Tuesday night on account of ruin, (he
ice cream which had beeu i iron red
(or Ihnt occasion win taken Ui the
Xlanoniti ball and tlis good imh1o of
tlietomu congregated there, aU (he
lee cream ami spiit the evening iu a
iiittnl Hucial manner.
Many year practice hnvo given C.
A.Hstow&Co,, Holioilors o( Patents,
Nt Washington, 1). C, unsurpassed
mieeeaa in ohiaininir imteni for all
-.lMitiM inventions. They inuke a
riMioialiy of rejected cases, and have
enured allownnce of nmny patents
that liud heeu ireMHtnly rrjuotod.
Their advertisement in another col
Minn, will bo of interval to inventors
laienlecr), timniiiictiircrs, and all who
liave to do with patents.
1'rt.leMorC.N. Faulk of the Portland
university w in town Saturday. Mr.
Faulk ia iHndius a few doya on Mil.
lou creek, thu guest of Newlou IVrry.
The rorthind uiiivoraity ia l.ieated at
r.rlninouili on the cunt aide of the
Willnmott just above Ht. John. The
rnHtxl tuhool boildini: w II be throe,
nil tbe aitme ij;e lTOxCS feel built
of brick ami atone. Alao a boarding
twit (or the popiU. The fall term
leua Bcteniber Nth, and awaiting
the otiil(!tiio of tlio tiuiveraiiy build
ing at Fortauiouth, Hie faculty have
aceurcU a leaae on 8l. Helen Hall for
the full term, in (act until their own
building are completed, which will be
taut a year hone. Thia la a new i li
mit ti lion umlertlie preeidency of C. C.
Htrutton, 1). D., which In iuelf U an ei-c-clWut
United Htiite Dixlrict Judge Ilan
ord, of Houttle, Tucudny made an Im
tiortaut iuturprotiition of that part of
t!t CbiueKe excliiHion net requiring
the deportation of Chines who have
come Hito thia country In violation of
tlio exdlnaion act. Heretofore all
Chiuove who have micceedcd in get
ting in who have been caught have
tieun sunt to China. Judge Hanford'a
ritHiinioti in Unit thuy ahull horeafter be
aunt to tlio country from which they
came. Thin will tend all the Chinn
iuou who como iu hereafter back to
Ilritiah Columbia, The cam iu which
the Judge mudo the decision wni that
of Lee Hem How, one of the China
iiuui recently brought over the liue at
Humatby Cowboy Terry and over
whom theahootingocoured at Woolloy.
Ijee'a residence in Britiiih Columbia
wa fully established. United State
Cominimiioucr Emory had ordered hi
importation to China. . Tlio Judge
finally decidod to hold tlio priiioner a
a witneeahi the Build ahooling affiiir,
and he wa placed under 500 bond
and allowed to return to British Co-;
lumbia. In gumming up tho caie
Judge Hanford itated that in the fu
ture be would interpret the phrane.
"To tho oountry from whenoe they
came," with the greatest latitude.
"In the prcaent onae," kaid the judge,
"I think Britiah Columbia ia the place
meant by the phraao, and I will" issue
writ of deportatiou to that place
when the witneaa ia no longer Wanted,
avnd will hereafter do the tame with
bther similar cases which twine before
Vr. and Mr. Blanchard will tart
for the doctor' brotliar who reaido
about aeveti in lie wxt of Portland,
next Saturday (or the purpose ol boue?
fitting the dootor' health, They ex
pect to remain there a few day then
l)r. Blanchard will go on to Hilleboro
to conaull with Dr. Biillev who ha
been treating him. It ia their Inten
tion to travel until they find a climate
more aultablo to the doctor' prevent
feeble conntitullon, which we hope
may bo found without going too fur
awivv. . '
I.ut Friday morning Joseph Kom-
btuskey wa eriouly if not fatally
injured at lirinn Bro. logging camp
on Milton creek by a falling maple
limb, wnioh wa atruck by a tree. He
waa hit on the head and back. He
wa tukou to Portland taut Sunday by
L. Croott. Tho accident U an uufor
tumite one, ho ha a wife and sev
eral children living ou the head of the
The teme'r Rapid Tranit, with a
cari(o of lime on bourd couaiating 21)00
barret, burijed at Seattle last Friday
juatas ilie wa leaving the wharf on
her way to Tacoma. The lime became
wet and the slacking if it caused the
fire. The lime wa from the Hoche
Harbor lime work, and the steamer
wa owned in Whatcom. The lota,
total, will be about 120,000; partly in
Owing to unfavorable weather the
moonlight, excursion which wa to
have taken place last Tuesday night,
under the auspices of tbe M. K. and
Evangelical churche of this place,
w postponed u-itil this (Friday)
evening, leaving St. Helen at 7:30
and arriving at Vancouver at 9 p. m.
We hope to see a large crowd attend
and guaraleo a pleasant time.
Mr. Thomas Cooper started his
threKhlng machine Monday at Mr.
Hall's near Warren. This is the only
machine near St. Helena and the proa
pec t-a re (uir (or a good run as the
crop is above the average this year. Mr.
Coojicrsay be Intend to thresh every
thiiiK that comes in his way of course
he mean grain.
The basines men of Johnstown, !'a.f
held a meeting the other night (or the
purpose of considering the adviaability
of twinging aoil against the South Fork
Club fur damage lustuined by the
great flood. It was voted unanimously
to Institute proceedings at once. At
the meeting, funds were raised to de
fray legal expense.
Volume 1, No. 1, of the Hillaboro
Democrat i before ua, published by
Plulps and Bun ford. The paper i a
six column (olio, both aides printed at
liume, and typographically present a
ueul upprranco. The editor are news
paiwr mull of considerable experience
and uo doubt wilt be successful in
their new venture.
At the regular annual meetimg of
the Columbia Kiver Fishermuna' Pro
tective Union, held in Astoria a few
day ago, F. McGregor wuB elected
president, Alex Sutton secretary and
Alex llollman treasurer !ortlie en
suing year. Mr. Button and Mr. Holt-
man have b.en on Uie official board
of tbe union for teveral year.
Ilev. Burlingame and family started
yesterday (Thursday) morning for
Vorubnia, where tbey expected to
lake part in a camp meeting which
otmued lad night, and ia to eouliuue
for about two week.
We are informed ibat the river mail
service to Columbia City it. to be dis
continued, and that thut town will re
ceive no mail except by rail in the
Andrew Anderson of Soappoose,
made final proof on his homestead
Wednesday List before Clerk Quick,
with Stephen Humes and William
Wolf as witnesses.
There ha been a number of claims
filed in the slate circuit court against
Kainm'a new steamer, the Ocean
Wave, for labor performed in the con
struction of the steamer.
Eddie Giltner, L. K. Adam, and
Messrs. Howard and George M. Mo
Bride wore in town Monday. . They
were on their way home from Mount
St. Hetons. . ' -
II. M. Fowler proved up on hi pre
emption claim Wednesday, wiilij. C.
Mouroo and Johu Lindsley aa wit
nesses. Died Ou Thursday morning, the
infant child of Mr.aud Mr. Thomas
Konkle, of this place.
Our Marshland correspondence ar
rived too late for publication last week.
It will be found in thi issue. .
- William Davis was brought before
Recorder Walts, Tuesday night, aud
lined 910 for disorderly oonduct.
Wanted A girl to do general house'
work at once. Good wage to good
girl. Call at Ibis office.
William Mile la suffering- from
blood poisoning ou his hand, caused
by a bruie
Mis Mattio Porry la visiting her
brother, Lee, at Oswego thia week.
Goods sold at Portland price at the
Farmer Alliance atore, GiUton,
Professor aud Mr. Pratt, of Kelso,
Wash., were iu town ou Wednesday.
Trespass uotices on cloth for tab) at
thi oftioo. i
August U, 1891.
Mis Clara Ronald, wlto ha been
spending the last two week with
friend and relative of thi place, re
turned to Oregon City Tuesday.
Mr. and Mr. Tom Colviu paid a
visit to friend and relative in Ne
halem the Inter part of last week.
Mies Julia Graham made a flying
trip to Clutskanie Sunday.
Croquet playing i all the rtge at
S. M. Graham' thi summer. Thir
teen wa on the ground at one time.
We are aorry to slate that J W.
McDonald, a former citizen of Marsh
land, had hi foot badly cut . a short
time ago. '..-
The wedding that wa to be did not
take place a was expected. We do
not know the reason unless Mr. '
girl went back on him,
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
Cha. M. Graham, Misses Clara Ron
all, Lousia and Mabel Graham Dunia
Davey and Messer. Silva and George
Grubitm went on a fishing excursion
last Sunday and camped out over
night, returning home early next
nior.iing with the report of having had
a very pleasant time. .
The social dance and basket lunch
at Freeman's landing, last Saturday
evening, was a grand success. Marsh
land and Warren's Island wero well
represented. Music w furnished by
Prof. Dudd and everyone spent a
happy aud pleasant evening. Great
credit is duo II. L. Warren, Mr. Weiks
and A. S. Graliaui for their able man
agement. Only one little incident
happened which happily did not in
terfere with the evening' enjoyment.
On opening the lunch basket it was
discovered a young man bad accident
ly steptwd oj the pies and smashed
them. That wa the only "mash"
made during tne evening.
Odd Fki lows,
Bottom farmers aro well through
with haying, which is an excellent
crop, though not as abuudant as last
Splawn Bros, have bought George
He vis' interest in the sawmill of Bevis,
Nichol & Bevis. Tbe firm is now
known a Bevis, Nichol & Sphtwn. Mr.
Bevis lelt for Indiana last Sunday
uighl. It is worthy of note that the
sawmill ha bco.i running ever since
he has scrvored his connection with it.
A. F. McDonald was out in the Cur
ico valley aud Clatskauie parts of his
road district lust week and appointed
Jessie Hendricks aa deputy supervisor.
Wilfred Miller, of the bead of the
Clutskanie river, has timber that will
go 000 loga to the acre and yet thia it
only a sample of what timber is in
Jus. Rubbia,"of Hunters, whoso wife
died a short time ago bad tho misfor
tune of loosing one of his children," a
girl of about three years of age, by
consumption lost Friday and she wss
buried 8unduy. ,
Warm weather again.
Several ut our young people did not
go on the "Musool" excursion Tuesday
Ward, the 10-year-old son of Mrs
Sarah L. Bonner, was badly hurt by
jumping off a moving train yesterday.
D. W. Price baa returned to Scap
poose to reside.
W. T. White and Geo. Wiogand
have gone to Southeastern Oregon, on
a prospecting tour, to be gone about
A. T. Creocy ia rusticating at the
Railroad work is booming here at
present, and several gravel trains ar
at work, also a pile driver.
A. Holaday is shipping fruit to Ta
We are having fine weather after
the much needed rain. Qardona look
. R. H. Bailey came home quite sick
Thursday, from Smites logging camp.
D. II. Pope came in from Devil'
Lane Quturday returning Monday.
B.F.Pope left Monday for Milton
where he will atop Rome time. ,
Christopher Sauerriu had the mis
fortune to fall a distance of 36 feet into
a new well he wa digging. He was
not injured much but he found water.
It is reported that a man working
at tlie Brinn Bros, camp in this vicinity
got his skull fractured by a maple tnb
breaking and falling so that some of
tbe limb in some way (truck him on
the head. We did not learn Uie name.
S.Rock loft thia place Sunday for
the Brinn Bros, camp where he expeotB
to (top ome time.
Uncle Jess Hendricks has been ap
pointed assistant road supervisor for
this place. Look out for him boy he
is alway where you do not expect
him. ; ' '
S. Rock ha been appointed district
clerk of .thi district to fill the situation
of Jame Maguire Who left thia PIac
last spring. Cakko Srr.
(nM Our Regular Corrtipondent.)
Washington, AugMt 14, IttU,
This ha been a decidely bad week
for the Gorman Presidential boom
which ha lately been on the rampage.
It received two aeperate and distinct
set back in as many days, and it may
be that it will have to be taken off the
track for repair. First the Gorman
ited, who bad supposed themselves in
control of the executive committee of
the National Association of democratic
clubs, which met in New York City,
discovered that they had mode big
mistake, and that a majority of that
committee were unalterably opposed
to the candidacy of the Marylatidcr.
Then tho Maryland Farmers' Alliance
convention jumped on the boom by
making the intimation so plain that
even he who ran might read,' that it
would control the next Maryland leg
islature; that it intended naming the
successor to the late Senator Wilson,
and that unless Senator Gorman
"walked a chalk line," so to speak, it
would not allow him to be his own
successor. Of course if he fuila ia his
effort to be elected to tho Senate that
would effectually end hi presidential
Attorney General Miller who has
stuck manfully to hi desk during the
summer, taming out an amount of im
portant work which lawyers have pro
nounced phenomenal, has gone with
his family to visit Secretary Proctor
at his Vermont home, where he will
be joined by the president in time to
take part in the unveiling of the battle
monument at Pennington, Vermont,
ou the 19ih iiibt. He bus earned a
Senator Plumb who has been hard
at work in Washington almost inter
ruptedly since the adjournment of
Congress ha been obliged to abandon
hi intended short European trip on
account of work he has mapped out
before him. He left Washington this
week for a short visit to Boston, and
in order to get as much rest as possl
bio he went by water. No senator
wa ever more attentive to bis constit
uents than Mr. Plumb, in fact he
The Department of State haa tele
graphed instructions to V. 8. Minister
PRcheco to make a complete investi
gation into the alleged seizure of the
Pacific Mail Steamship City ot Panama
by tbe authorities of Sun Salvador and
wire the result. O facials at the de
partment decline to express any opin
ion about Uie matter at this time.
Acting Postmaster-General Whit
field has decided that a non-resident
cannot rent a box ia any poetoffice
with a view to having bis mail sent to
lhat box and afterwards forwarded to
him at his residence address. The
decision is based on the assumption
that the party who wished to rent the
box desired to mislead the public as to
bis actual residence or place of buni-
During the past few months the pos
tal receipts at Chicago have shown a
phenominul increase, aud officials at
the PostofHce department say Hint
they will not be surprised if tbe Chicago
gross pnatal receipt shall exceed
those of New York during the exposi
tion and for a few mouths before it
opens. Already the postmaster of that
city has made requisition for an in
creased allowance for cleiks to handle
the business of his office, and it ia ex
pected that it will become necessary
to ask Congress to make a special ap
propriation in order that the postal
facilities of Chicago- may keep pace
with tbe business. This increase was
looked for about next year and its con
sequent earlier arrival has caused sur
prise, but the department officials say
they intend to do all in their power to
see that the money is not lacking to
give, the World's Fair City a model
postal service. :
Senator Stewart, of Novadajleft here
this week for the City of Mexico, aud
from there he expect to go to Ne
vada. ' There is a well defined rumor, which
acting Secretary of State Wharton
will neither confirm nor deny, that
Senator Squire, ot Washington, has
been tendered the position of Minister
to, China, to. which ex-Senator Blair
was appointed, but.owingto objections
on the part of tbe Chinese government
he did not assume tbe duties of (lie
place, which ia stilt filled by Gen.
Denby, an Indiana democrat. : . -Owing
to the great demand for two
dollar notes and the lack of- time to
get the plate ready for the new design
which has beeu adopted for these notes,
because of the counterfeiting of the
old design, the Treasury department
has given the bureau of Engraving
and Printing orders to print 1,000,000
notes from the old plate, which has
a viguette of Geu. Hauoock. Tbe new
design, which will be used as soon as
it can be got ready, lias a vignette of
the late Secretary Windom. ' ,
fjetter From Iter. O. N. Plowman.
Kings Vallky, Aug. 14, 1891.
Editor Mist t Please find room in
your loble paper for this short letter.
First, we are all well and in good
heart. Second, the work committed
to our care is in a good condition
spiritually. Third, we will begiu a
camp meeting on September 3, at
Lewisville, iu Polk county near the
end of the nurrow gauge ruilroud th;-t
loaves Portland every morning. The
meetings will last over two Miinduyr.
have an anxious desiro to meet some
of my dear friend from Columbia
county in that camp meeting. Dear
brethren you can drive through in a
short time with a team. Corr.e, we
will give you a hearty welcome.
. C. N. PuNVMaW, Pastor,
Teacher Wanted District No. 2S. by
Heplember Ut, A'ltlrena, ii. Ijmgr, Hcap
Have you sampled those beautiful,
sweet caudies at the drug store? They
are very fine indeed.
Tub St. Hki.kvs UoTjsr This
house, under the management of Mrs.
MuNulty, i complete in every detail
a a country hotel. Every department
ha been thoroughly refitted and re
furni-hed. The tables are spread with
everything the market offers, and tin
lodging apartments are alt that can be
desired. A good liorso and bugicy ic
kept for the convenience of customers
Give tbe St. Helens a cull.
A mtt Inveoimem.
Is one wblch Is guaranteed to bring you nailn
tactorjrrenulti.orru any nve of (allure s re
turn of purehu priec. On this aafe plan you
can bur from our ulvcrtlved IJrunidst a bottle
ot Dr. King's Kew Dlsoorary for I'onnuraptlon.
It l guaranteed lo bring relief in ererjr we,
wbeo lined for any affection ol Throat, Lung
or Chen!. iu h as Coiunmptlon, lufUmatlon of
Lunga, Bronchitis. Antrim, Whooping Cough.
Croup, etc., ete. It U pleansnt and agreeable
to ta.it. perfectly ufe, aud can always be de
TrUI bntllen free at Edwin RoV Prngstore.
SUEUirl'S O roKt'LOS.
17KB or HOKTCASE.
NimoB is HcacBY oiver that by virtue of
a chattel mortgage given by P. A. Smith to
Harry Biuick, on Uie 22mi day of Novem
ber. IriiM). iinnn the nerwjnal i.runert v here
inafter described, to secure the pay
ment of the sum of S3.735.OQ with
interest thereon at the rate of tea per cent,
ner vear since said date, nil ot which said
ottiu has been paid except the sum of Seven
Hundred and tMxty one amt.kt-IW ioHurs,
which sum is now due and payable, and
upon Which default has been made.
Whereas, upn the written demand of
the said Harry Uuiirk. I, us sheritr of C
lumbia county, Oregon, did on the 5th
day of August, 18S1, levy upon aud, take
into niv nossession the nenuinal nronerlv
described in vaid mortgage as follows: One
circular sawmill, mill boiler, engine, steam
pump, planer, and alt belts, tools and
other machinery connected with said saw
mill, situated at Mist, in trie sattl comity
aud state ; also seven head of work oxen,
Yokes chains and all tools and implements
connected with said sawmill and logging
camp; alao one logging truck.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said mort
gage default, demand and levy, I will on
Friday, the 38th day of August. lSOl, ot the
hour of 1 o'clock p. in., sell at public
ouction to the highest bidder for cash st
Utal u tns said county all of tne said per
sonal property, or so much thereof tuny
he neeesrary lo satisfy said sum of $7t!l S3
and toe costs and expenses ol said sale.
Iheriffof Columbia County. Oregon.
I hereby give notico thut I will not be re
sponsible for any debts contractedUy George
1'resston Cross. Ukkhok W. Cross.
Dated Keer City, Or. . Aug. U. 1891.
a7sll , .
Notice is hereby given that the board of
eaualiiation will lueetatgt. Helens, in the
courthouse August SI. 1HU1, for the purpose
oi equalizing we assessment ot ifsn. All
claims (or correction must be made before
the board. - CP. Doak,
aHa'28 County Assessor.
a ..i .: l t , : A.
mi u.u a.iiii, ic.iim iiiiui i'imv.iv,
having had placed In his bands by an East
India missionary, the formula of 'a simple
vegetal)) remedy for the speedy and per
manent cure ot consumption, bmnchittis.
catarrh, asthma aud all turoat and lung af-
lecnons, aiso a motive ana meieai cure
for nervous debility and all nervous com
plaints, after having tested its wonderful
curative towers in thousands ot cases, has
felt it his duty to make it known to his suf
fering follows. Actuated bv this motive
and a dei-irv to relieve human suffering. I
will send free of charge, to all who desire tt,
this receipt, in German, French or Knglisli.
with full directions for preparing and using.
Sent by nail by addressing with stamp,
naming this paper. W. A. Kovas.
BS) Powers' Block. irocticMer; N. Y.
F. R. CHOWN,
IMPORTER OF -
Y,.'.'v HsH " ZiaasSfei
-i MANUFACTURERS OF -
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
212 Firstand cor. Salmon Street. PORTLAND
The Fine !N"ev Steainer,
Built for the Kalama
Will be ready to go on the Route , ; '
BY THE 10TH OF MAY, 1891,
Leaving Kalama at 6 a. m., Arriving at Portland 10:30 a. m.
Leaving Portland at 2:30 p. m., Arriving at Kalama 6:30 pm.
W. E. NEWSOM.
a17.lf, Kalama, Wash.
St Helens, Columbia County, Oregon,
HAVE RECEIVED THEIR COMfLETE
Summer & Stock
Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods,
GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.
And Novelties of the Latest Styles and Designs. All Sold at
.. -srORTLAND PRICES.-
USOrders for Bough
Notice to Creditors.
TIip linrlprsii-npfl horine been amointel
Arlminiittrntiir if th Krttrtts of A. l)otta.
deceased, all persons having claims against
said estate, lire- requested to present the
same to me with the proper vouuhers at my
place of bHsiiiexs in the town ol iienoen,
Columbia county, State Oregon, within
six months (rani tht oV ' .
u. u. J Ay u ion,
Pated July 28, ISilt. ' j:l 5t
VnTirc i hkreby UITKH. that I. William
Svmons, Administrator of Uie Estate of
K lea nor lteed. deceased, have Bled lu the
county rourt of Columbia comity. Oregon,
my filial account of my administration, lo
aether with my petition for distribution, of
tho residue of 'said estate, - and that the
judire of said court has fixed Monday, 8ep-
lemoer iin, iKM, at & u uuk-k p. 111. t ui t.uk
day, and the court room of said court as
the time and place for settlement of said
account aud hearing raid petition, when
and where any person interested may- ap
pear and offer objections thereto.
1 WILLIAM KYMONS,
j'il 5t Administrator of said estate.
U.S. Land Office. Oreiton City, Oregon. July
onk-e bv August Muthewa aauiuat J oh
1K91. Comi-lalM navuix boon euieren at una
tenon tat abaniiouuiR his llonieftead Entry
No.;7il. dated Feb. lSS9,uiJoii tlw sW-i sm-tlon
1, township &. u ranee I,w, in Columbia roua
tv, Orinm, with a view to tbe raurellittlon of
suld entry, the satd parties are hereby sum
moned to appear at Mist Oreaii before If.
C. Dale, Notary Pablic, on the Wts dy of Sep
tember, 191, at 19 o'clock a. in.', to fespono awl
furnish ttsiiraouy coneerniaa; suld alleoa
abandonment. And ou testimony tben niJ
mitted shearing bo had St this oUlee aa.
October 10, 1SS1, at IS o'clock a. m.
1, T. APPKRSOS, RcgMsr.
JSls4 ' B. K. Bl'KCH. Uocelver;..
NOTICE FOR POBl.l'CATIOftl. ...
Land Office at Oregon City, Or., July ia, 1SU.
Notice is hereby riven thai the followlnf
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make nasi proof in support of his claim, and
that mid proof will be made before the County
Clerk of Columbia csunty, at St. Uelsns, Oregon,
'' ROBERT FREY. . V:
Homestead entry 7'JSl. lor these ef see. 2S, ti.jv
tti. He names the following wltaeaaea la
prove his continuous residence upon and culti
vation of, said land, vis: SL H. Ro-k. C. r.
Fowler, D. K. KowVr aaa C, W. Kmeraou, alt of
8t. Helena, Cdumbla c auoty. Oretoa.
J17 aal i. T. Al-1'EK.SON, Register...
Table and Pocket Cutlery
Dairy and Household
Cooking and Heating
and Copper Ware,
and Portland Trade,
or Planed Luir berSSl
U. S. Land Office. Oregon City, Orexon. July .
lil. :mnpluint having beeu entered at thi
Ortli-e by Unas iutek aaainst V. iliiam Form for
almndonlng his Homestead entry No. 7979, listed
July , lstiS. upon the 8 W sn-tlon 25. town
shipa. N mnceS w. In CMumlite county. Ore
jton, with a view tethe raucenatioB of said en
try, the said parties are hereby sammoned to
appear at this office on the Sth day of October,
Inst, at 10fc'elut-k, a. id., to reaMmdaiid furnisb
testimony concerning said alleged abandonment.
J.T. AHPKRDOX, Ketrister.
a7sll B. F. UUKCU. Receiver.
IT. 3. Land Office. Oregon City, Oregon July 17,
1S91. Complaint bavin. leen enel at thi
Ofnre by Nels Thompson aeaiast August Hobs.
nagle for ahandouiuir iits iknsltwd Kntry
No. soos, dated Julv IS. lass, uim Uie P. K.'
Section AO, Township S. N. Range 1, W. in Co
lumbia County, Oregon with a view to the can
cellation of said entry, the said parties are here
bv summoned to appear at this office on the Mh
day of fepl., 11, at 10 o'clock A. si , to respond
and furnish testimony concerning said alleged
JL T. Arrsisosi. Register.
J31 si B. F. Buaca, Receiver.
' The undersigned havins; been appointed
ndiuinistralor of tits cstuteof John r nrrtiw,
deceased, alt persons having claims
against said estate are requested to present
the same to me witb proper vouchers at
my place of business in the town of Uohle.
Culumbia county, state ot Oregon, witliiu
six months from the duto hereof.
A. NEVIS, " -.
Administrator aforesaid .
Dated August 13. 18U1. aleslt
Not see t CresSilara.
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator of the estate of H. H. Mitclt
ell. deceased, all persons having clainif,
against said estate are requested to pre
sent the same to me, with proper vouchers,
at niy place of business in the town of
Goble, Columbia comity, state of Oregon,
within six months front the date Vreof.
- -A. KEVIN,
'' Administrator aforesaid,
r Dated Augustus. 1891. slisll
1 1 1 1
Portland, Oreee. A. F. AiwKlwr, rna.
B Scbool: Vatvyal Bva. Gol.Lfc-iS, KiK-ei. OPMMa.
. someemuesaorsiu!X.r. eajuniaei uuue.
Typtritinf, Prnmmmtkifi, end lYtartm'mtr
SdrlM enroll tsre-j.-u.-sit tt, rf st. Hi t
tad at eur tMe l4la Itueji elvu. g, - s