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THE OREGON MIST,
BflWCRlI'TIOJt, II.N PKR YEAH.
fir. HutJa, OctonH 9, 1A91.
i-txm nwiTRKR itas uteiy made a
tour of th middle tn'tlnii of the
tymnty looking after the roads and
' lirUffrw, ami so far ss the rtuds have
tan extendi into the interior lie re-
lorU llie-m In fwir condition. How
rtir, there are a great many parts ot
th county which are greatly in need
of roads, and there should be some
men At (or tnp(ilying Iho wants of thoae
Ir Uie world should be aearched over
we do not believe that another sneh
crank aa Mayor Ma ton of l he city of
Portland cohM be found. Tbe city
council hat provided a neat salary for
tbe'eity officers, and the mayor, whose
salary fixed at f 1500 a yenr, relate
to accept it not becauae it ta too
small but because he loves "the dear
peophj ao well that be aeeina deter
mined to serve aa mayor without com
penftation. It Mayor Mason hat
money enough be might contribute
that amount to tome benevolent insti
tution, or if, on the other liand, he
doesn't consider hi services worth
anything he should resign and, allow
the city to employ a man aa mayor
whoa services would be of par Talue
to the city. This, we believe, ia the
flrat caae of the kind on record where
an clBoec to penuatenuy refused to
accept a salary. .
Fine weatlier for farming.
1). W. Freeman, wife aud child are
isiiinc friends here thia week.
Mies Bevts, Nicholas A Splawn'a
mill escapes! destruction by fire a few
da; 8 ago, It waa after quitting hours,
and no one knew bow the fire originated.-
A A. Merrill's new hay press bas
given good mtiafaetion ao far aa used,
th beat hiking that have been timed,
Waa twenty-four bale with three men
In an hoar, the average weight of tbe
hales, with mm feet of wire M about
Rev. M. Btirliofmme filled hi ap
pointment betw last Sunday ad
preaoHed to quite an audieocv in
which he stroucly dsoouoced intem
If Deer Island precinct was divided
a eeloon would not be m dJled on tbe
good peopk of tliU neighborhood. A
it ia. if an effort waa made, it ia very
doubtful if a majority of the legal
voter are on th petition. There are
a g"Yat many aattM-e on th petition
which are neither on th poll books or
Miae Green Allison, a Udr from
Portland, opened school her last
Monday. Jiidjins; from h-r conver
as lion abe is quite an experienced
teacher. ...... . .
waa furnished by Prof. W. llokleu.W.
. vw manu r.vtransm,
Theentcrtalnmentheldat the school
house Saturday evening patted off
very pbeaMiitly. Fifty or more person
were present. Th programme waa
tendered as follows :
mg -"Tell ma the Old, Old Story."
Recitation Kunny r'nilt" ...
,, . v, - i.. Pnnla Davsy
Iterttatlnn A 'w Way to Tak
Htm" ..Julia Unh.iu
Recitation-" Iletrrrle In Chimta , . , .
: w-,'V. .. - lHfc Qrabsw
wg-"Ther" Xa Honrs for Tw'a
Miss Ion ant Mrs. Mi-ornia Uraham
Readlne "Kneeling a N-sarv
, KvU" It. U Warren
Recitation "tlrandtua't Beau" ...
... , KUila Elliott
Dialogue "An A x to Oritttl"
...... .... Julrnnv and Kliar lil vln
- ...... .......
Jpng.. ... A. I. MUbrrl.ml
Ntaiin 'Try " Jcnme Euioit
I1itlttii-"Urtiial Arithmrlic ' .. .
, .. rVril school children
Reritation'-Th Ka" Artl.ur CoWin
K-luit, "The rWmn".M. Henderson
neciiauon -1 lie Hunter Last Kid"
- ' Mini Uraliira
8on "Uac On the Wan-a"
Maud lirninoa, lnea and Uaargia
RrJtatiuM "Kate Ketrhem'
... . - MuM Craham
Readine How He Sarrd Si. Mirli
, ".... Julia Craliatn
.naioge "ABteredanta '
Will Arnold, tieuntia asd Inra
tirabain. II. L. Warren and
Railinjrn( the Journal ..Fdltrats
Song-Wa r Marohiiitf to Zlun".. .
School closed last Friday.
Miaaluet Urahain leaves this chr
Friday for IVirtland where the will
attend school during the winter.
Mr H.L Warren left here for Cath
Mr. A. B.porden has been viaiting
iur eome iune a air. vavey a.
Among th numerous visitors in
thh) city thia week, w noticed Mr. and
Mr. Ed. Elliott, Miaa Boyle, Mesar.
(tacar and Frank Enott, Dav Mc-
IHMtaiJ and H. L. Warren.
Those engxged in fall fishing report
a very light run of dab.
Mr. Howard Winter and family, of
Walerfofd, paid Marshland a visit laat
Our road supervisor it doing some
much noeded improvement on the
road to CUukania. If tbe Clatakani
supervisor would open their part of tbe
- road it would be a great benefit to
Mr. R. Q. Dsvey has eat his second
crop of hsy.
Th Marshland Literary Society
cave an entertainment Saturday even
Mr. Loyd Graham and sister, Julia,
paid CaUilaniet a vttit last wee it.
Jamea Graham has taken to coo-
tract to build a house for Joseph
If Man. fttev Lamps and Joseph
flabayska left Tuesdajr for Banker Hill
wherr they wtU stop on tneir rsncnes.
J. W. McPonshl.of Csthlamet, was
on Aba flat last week.
A surprise party was given at th
residence of 8. M.iiraham in honor of
Inn' btrthdav. Matte ws fur-
nislied by Mr. Holder, violinist, sod
Mrs. A, 8. Giahstn, organist. D.ncmg
ltrt nn until a 1st hour, when
U returned home to dream of a birth
dtr well to be remembered.
Kit I)av cut a bee-tree tli other
day and got a wash tub full of honey
A. B. Gordon, of Sehslons, is vnuUng
Mr. R. G. Dsvey Uws weeJt.
H.L. Warren went to Csthlamet
last week on business.
!uba ted on at tbe
literary society last Saturday evening
was? "Beaolved.That the Negroes of
th United Stales Have Been More
Abased than the Indisnt." The judge
decided in favor of Uie srarmauve.
October b, 1891.
Pleasant weather bss begun now
since the recent rain, which makes
the farmers and forgers look happy.
Tikicn Graham paid a visit to CtaCs
kani Monday. .
Mia Msud Henderson will lesvs
Fri Jay for Portland.
Btimor say that a yonng man who
went to see s gin nom ironi te
TkursdaV eveaing anocaea
fiialrs end ran over the
iiaain after hi hat. Be
nest tint, e.
0onia Davey returned home Sun
day, after spending the past three
months with her annt.
One of the most social events of the
week was a party given
r,iPg by Mr. H. I Col via and Mrs. C.
JU. fiwham at th residence of II. L.
Utuir sotia Richard Graham and Jobn
i Cohtn. The. hoot
very pretty appearance- JV
it was, Hh flower and viue-mapl
"pd ccd.v boojd Tha Kw Tmf
ei.J Uy4 nnul morning duwol. A
oojoyabU time was had. At
j .-v--v a dohciou supper wst servea,
"i,r.' ;i jj, u!) jpvrtot oi iiwvvT. Music (
ORF.GOV WKATHKH BIREAU.
The following is the report for the
week endiug, Saturday. October 3,
1S91:-: - .
Weata--Tha wealtirr hat btn cnnl.
dwudy and itrnrrA rain bav fatten.
ocs-ufrad in ariooa portions on
.-fmher 37 and kC no Ml m Mrr'
1 Vk , IWuloll county . un lli Sith. Uie timt
at ttte .. Tbe temperature avenwed
thrve dwv4 a day twlow tl normal.
Over on halt ol an im-h ot rain (rll dunng
Crorw The fiwt nipped a few tomato
and Mber vines, but did no rrkiu daiuagr.
Home aats and lt that were not
Ihrohcd were lijrhu daiutxed be the
rains. l'kinf on alubble laud wat'rom-nirtK-d
Kii-1 Miaidrabl onirar fallowed
wheat haa heen . Potato are bring
dug and Ik Twll u very lanr. Appl
and p an are Ui picked. Cir poking
and wine-makinx oil! begin next seek i
t m soutbera c Miotic.
Weather Cool temneratnra and fro-ty '
aifhu hare nrerailrd. Oeiwnl lain frll
on Uie 2tlt and 2h of ISrotrniber, with
now in l abia, Wallowa, Vaktr and in
Crop Th rains dr laved lhrhin lur a
day or two. Th fnwOi ntuprd tender Vrce-
Ution. riirenbtos t abuuf or. The
mailrr auMniTiU or wheat and oat will be
ftnmhed within tbe next tn day. The
cram) haa been retired by the rains and
ji.turar U brdiniiiie; better. Fruit in he
me pinked and ytored for winter uae. Tbe
wheat it muiiiK easily and rapidly toward
tui walr. in larje auantliie.
liar oyer lUrvl is prarlirallv
over. Tbe larfwt and most aueLeiwtuI
rropt or all kiiui", m liofia, eter rs-
nrM-iM'o in ineaiate. nave Mtaniwrau.
Yields hare been lorn, and all products of
food quality. Tbe people arc to be ton-
(rratulaiet upon in succenw ot uie teaiion
labor, i'lostienty ami tood unira exist to
very nortiua of the sUte, Work wintered
well. UM-reawe 01 sneep waa itrin ami in
wool clio enormous. Climatic conditions
favored the growth, development and
yield sod harvwt of bay. eereal and frnit.
Tlie water hat bees quite plentiful for the
miner. Kerry body appear to have been
favored, and happiness reitftM. Tbcte
weekly tx'lletlns have aiven, frcinn the com-HH-nrmeot
of rrowth in tli tpriug until
mow. the RnishhMr of hsrywrt. tits weekly
eondincmt and prosfieeta. They will now
be diwouunued until tbe next growing
B. o. fAfil K, Utwrrrer.
Caring Diseases bj Electricity.
8ttthbop nierum YloWtoSklUfAtl
Trwlment by Dr. Dttrrla.
(OregnnUn October ft, 1891 )
it is a poNitif fact that the art of
curing diaesaea by electricity is revo
luitoiiising the practice of medicine, at
it is shown by the following tettimon
Utls that spesk for thomselvesi
Mr. JCdllon About July 25 I callwd
on Ihr. Drtrrin hir treatment for chronic
catarrh, brouchltit and constipation of
ten yuart' sUnding. The discharge
from my uoe was' very disagreeable
and the incrustations were loathsome
in the extreme. Dr. Darrin has cured
me with electricity aud medicine. I
am alto cured of constitution and
liver complaint, I wss Present when
Dr. Darrin cured Rev. N. Matthias, of
The Dalles, Or., of fouryeais' deafness
in ten minutes, p. M. GRAVES,
(From the Steals Zeitung.Oct. 1)
This noon Mr. John Bach, of 91 N.
Third street, called sa hsppy as s
cricket st our office and related that
be had jutt been cured after a treat
ment of 50 minutes by Dr. Darrin of
deafness of two yesrs' standing, and
that he could hardly realise hi good
fortune. Such a pstient ia worth
hundreds of new ones to Dr. Damn,
Who has already practiced for four
yeats with so much success in our
Dr. Darrin continues to treat all
cissae, the rich and poor alike, free of
charge, st his office, 70 Washington
street, Portland, from 10 to 11 a. m.,
daily. Those willing to pay from 1 1 a.
m, to 8 p. m., st half hit former prices.
He gives tree and confidential exam
inntions to all st the office or by letter.
He treats all curable chronic scute
and private diseases with electricity,
and medicine when required.
notice rem rt aLicmsv.
Land OAe alOrnn City. Or., Sept. If. ISSI.
N. !! la hNr slrea that th fnlSiwtua
itamed rtilr haa Stet notify ot her Inlen'itra
to naxe Snal tuf in ,ii.rt ol her rlalra and
net wttd pre" will he ma. I bsfur th RJter
and K-(ro(th l'utte-1 Male land thm at
OcegiHi Cttjr, Hr.,n. Novrrul-r 10, pajii, r:
nMBtad entry No. wet, U th aW of
tlMi , ip S u. 1 3 r. fch naiM lb followtuii
wltneavea to prove ner roiiilnno,m rj4teiir
ttDoa. ami etilOratioo oi saw! laud. tiatr mm.
ttm ! K (i.r Andrew J. AamU. 1'tllUi.B
r. Auks W. (iln. James V. Joy; ail of eVap-
poo. Colnmhla eonnty. On g eat.
Jam I'amon. who Sled pre-emption P. a
No. Hni (or said laml 1 tHwfsllr mxltlcd.
u2nt J. T. Ari LMmJ., HefMer.
stove in bis
We are having fine weather for tbe
time of year.
The first frost of tlie season visited
Ibis place last Saturday night.
C. C. Moyer commenced work for
the Howard Corliss Lumber Co.
Mr. Oleniso went to the city Tues-
day where be intends stopping a short
Messrs. Joseph sod Gean Weaver
spent Sunday in this vicinity.
Mr. Hendricks and wife went to fit
Mr. A. A. Sinilb went to St. Helens
Mr. Savrrin went to Portland Moo
day f.ir a thort sisy. Cabico Spy.
To Subscribers, Old aid Mew.
In order to not The Weekly Orepmlan
into the Iwnm of tlur nuw without it, the
publtihrr make th liberal offer of ttlteen
month lor SJ 00 to all who subscribe priwr
to January 1. li& The offer apiilies not
only to new siiberrlheni but to renrwala aa
well. In addition to this, each nrw sub
scriber, or old subscriber renewing, is given
his choice of either "The Amerii an Live
stock Manuel." or the standard American
Poultry Book." which will be sent free,
Ito-dage prepaid. These era valuable works
of reference for the fanner.
The Wrrkly Oregonian ia th great week
ly of the Soithw-t. Tbre ia no weekly
iudl-hd on th Pacific coat, or any where
else, that (urni-he readers a fuller rini
pendiunt of all the news of tbe world than
docs the Weekly Oregonian. So other pa
per gives each close attention to Perine
coast news, emecially ti what is transpiring
in the great Northwest. Aile from lu
onexcef d new feature, a lance number
Vk hlill nn in Stag.
Rev. r. M. Hhmut, I'sshir t'nited ttrelh
srn Church, Hln Motttul. Ktt.lays! "I
hl It my duty to tell what wonders lr.
Kings' New Discovery ha dons fur me.
My Lungs mere badly ilWeiised, Slid mv
psi iahlouen thought I could live only a few
weeks. 1 took live btdllc of Or. King'
New IHscovery and am ttmml Slid well
gaining l lb. In weight ."
Arthur Love, Mauairer Love's rSinn.v
Folks Comldnstlon, writes! "After thor
ouglt trlul sud convincing svldrtice, I sin
conllilent l)r, King's New I)lscovry for
Consumption, beat 'cm all, and cures
wlin rvry thing else fails. Th grvalent
kliiilncas I oiiii do my many tliousiind
friends Ui urge them hi try 11." Kre trial
buttles at Kdwtn Hon' Drug More. Itcgu
lar site 5ue and f l.tai.
MwchlesKa Arnlest haiyss
Th B Sal la the world lor Cuts, Hrnl,
Sores, I'Wrs. Salt Ithtiim, Over Nor, Teller,
Chapped Unnds, Chllhlalu, Curtis and slIHkln
Kmpttons, sihI pislttvl)r eunt files, or so usy
rtulrd. It l ausrsntevd ! slvr prrfeet ml lata-!
Ion, or money refunded. I'rlr tin renin sr
bos. Fur Sal Hv Kdwln Hum.
HABIGHORST &. CON ANT, &
mmm : ..rrTai. mv. tuitkki, Mitm, tltTfltsV
Tifin irir. ,, mmd ttiwk f )
Sr In sokhai taruuafcuui ia n it, M ips sLl)
Maui uom. Caukiau tnir, suns r)r k ra,
Between Cedar Landing
a M u
st to. ft ao
t m I Bo
The Irahla will carry all kinds of frciahl
vxcept bay and lumber at f 1 per ton.
W. E, NEWSOM.
of special article. prred fir Its' columns
by wll known writer, are putiiisncu uur
ingtheyear. Itfurnlidias descriptive let
ters from various portions of our own coun
try and front foreign clime, a well at
stories, poetry and well selected miscellany .
There is a department maintained lor the
farmer, alas for the women and children.
All the advantaeee of a newspaper of th
first class are offered by Th Weekly Ore
gonian. No family In the entire Nor'.hwest
can afford to b without it.
Os coo bias PrsMBHisa Co.,
There will bs told st Mayrtr, Oregon, on
November 9, 1891,
Seventy Share of th Cspital Slock of the
Green Creek Lumberins; and
Of M.iygar, Oregon, It per cent, of which
b paid up. TIhsm shares will be old in de
fault ot payment of an assessment of 14 per
cent, now due.
ft HENDERSON, Sec'j.
a ana inrf af las via In Beaver vsllev. eosa
ol ns'i. nwi i
raaesl west. I 111 is v.mn ot lann ia ia
masdy Mnienitoral allr the tlintr is rammed.
Jam,, ressisssia. Appiy a, ws wmw.
A SB tram o, manv in pa
prists thsei of BsrM.swW a
s1. nd n4 ol tm'-i, tec. A ti
rmaes t west. Thia I tract
There seem to be a complicated
understanding or misnndentandinK
hetwsen Congressmsn ylermsnn and
II. B. Miller in regsrd to the choice for
congressman fmiti the Firet district.
Mr. Miller elsirna that Mr. Hermann
promised before the last state conven
tioo thst If the parly wonld nominate
him once more he would serve tne
term fur which he was elected and
then step down and out. But it seems
now thst Mr. Hermann Ims cimngeu
his mind.' " 'r 1 '
Why Dr. Price's Balling Powder 13
Superior to all others.
Ko great efforts are mala by other nuaufataferi
to procure sind use pnre materiala.
It f true that one other company haa the facflltle",
bat iU greed mod cupidity induced it fat an evil hour to ttee
motmonl, in order to swell it profits Hence the Price
Eaking Powder Company stands alone in its fight for pure
No other article of human food receive greater care
fa its production," or has attained higher perfection. Dr.
Price's Cream is rarely a perfect baking powder. Free from
erery taint of impurity. No other article used in the
kitchen has so many stcadtoU friend among the house
trive of America. ' " ' ' ' ' . .
f."""'.L3 r"iir' rpi3 r J v ;
All kind with extrs fine rools, free from
stl pests st cash price by tlis Brio tt
Tests all Their Seeds,
F. L. P0S3ON & OM
Heed Kerchsnt. '
Beoend t sad 170 Frost Bt, PertUsd
ITS CAUSES AND CUBE,
HctentlAcally treated hr an anritt of world
wide reputation, lleatnes raliratel and
entirely cured, of from ai to 30 years' stand
nr. after all other treatments have failed
How the difficulty Is reached and tli cause
reniovit, fully .llned in ciir-ulars, with
affidavit and testimonials of cures from
prominent people, mailed free,
IR. A. FONTAINE, Tscoma, Wah.
An old pliysinian. rstlrsil from practice,
ha Kin, hsd tilaced la hi hands by an Kast
India missionary, tbe formula of a simple
yeKt tsJjl remedy lor tli speedy and per
msnent cure of consumntlon. broncliltiis,
catarrh, aidbma and all turvst and lunic af
fections, also s ltive aud racb-al cure
for nervous debility and all nervous nun
blaints. after havfne .tested IU wonderful
enrative twitters In thousands of -'. lis
feit It bis duty to make it known to his suf
ferine fellow. Actuated by tills nielive
and a delr so relieve linoisn surt'.-rintr I
will senil fre of rharifc. to all wliodesire It
this recit, in flerman, Krench or KnrlUli
with flill iliret tlon forpretssnni-aud uini(
Kent by mail by addressine with stamp,
nannne this naner. W. A. KoTKS.
HJO r"owcr' Block, BochesU-r, K. V.
iasw Afl thslMsf am
laiOjK?ors and "Vood--Chopi(Ui 8uti)lieH
Saws, Under Cutters, Mann's Axes, Wedges, Sledges, Pea vys,Chains, l:tc.
'NONT STKKHT. rrOSITK KSWOIVD llTM.i rtRiuiis.
For SaleCheap !
ACRES 0 ACRES
Of unimproved, rich, Well-watered tinilwr
land, w ithout hills and irulclie, on County
roail, and 4 iniliHi frmu steamlM.at land
Ina ami railroad station. Wilt besuldvu
In 40-Acre Pieces.
Price, ., nr In tivscr pieces for tyw for
on and fdUU for tli other.
Terms - Hult rash; balance on lime to
sail purchaser. Alto f
Good Span of Mares,
frnand slsht yesrs old, wrllit slwul
lllll) pound Such On colt f ml iHonths
old uud s S'x-I Inch wsiron will bw sold
at less than ritl value cither sitisl or to-s-wtlirr
for i tli, or 011 rmllt If Mrt- laas si
curiiy is given; or I will take gowd cow aud
Young Stock in Exchange.
Fur further in'ormsllon address or call on
CHRIS. V. ANDERSON,
slH 2t lleuben, Columhis Cminly. Or.
THOU, COOPER, Propr.
8T. HELEMS, - - - OKKtiO.N
Cjnis Noble's Whiskies.
A MROa STOt'K or
Excellent Wines, Liquors and
-Krr coTATt.r on hsru.-
An Excellent Foul and Billiard
FOR THE USE OF PATRONS,
t Girt CS A CALL -:
Do Ion Drill?
OF COURSE YOU DO.
THE PORTLAND JEWELER.
I M rURTf.lt AND IiKAUH IS
Watches, Jeweterv. and Optical Goods.
Fine Watch and Jewelrr Repairing,
Orders from the Country Solicited.
165 First Street Between Morrison end Yamhill. Portland, Or.
THE KKTA1L MERCHANT in the nwemiuy
Medium of Tnule bt'twitn the Mtwiufiu turTr
ftiul tlio Coiijimiivr. lie must protect tho intfitst
oflii ctihtoincrH hy nirchnniiig it) the lowest miJ
nnd btttt markfti, mid by Helling to his latrvnn
tit the Lowest IWihlc Price.
PROPRIETOR (IP TBE OLD ST. HELENS STORE,
In k coping thems true priitcipUn of trwlo tiy in
view; often leuvtm the old trtw;kii1 striken "nertwit
lot" ftjr lUrguin fur hi customer. 1 1 in Mock of
I U ing tiilnrged hy Xew Guitla Everjr Day,
It Is not roiinlit tu nsin th man ilim-renl srl.r lr kri t
on ssle. a l 1 from lry ll.-il-.t ..ll,r.Kl .sli' Wrar ticnlh-iurii s
Wear, 11. . A ear. KihM Wear, Hi.ur ml Vtl. I irw er as sli.l I nn
nul Itiwnls, Null, and lUnlwar. I ris krrv ami fllwMaar. tlrm.ltv
lull Inwar .I'ew.lrr ami SIkii, I lata ami tons, tkai's an4 hnv,
I'tlrnt Mwlli lues, lolli I ArlS lr. 1 Us.
It ! trsslltar.
Tlst nnnVrtlpieil having ln duly tfi-
pointed a.lniiiilitmuir of in esiat ui
IImiI-v. deceastNl. alt Demon hnr
ln Klaitiis aKainst said estate sre rniwsUMl
to tirewnt the sani lo nis at the law cnW
nf Unurs A tole. st rtt. Helens, t'ulunilns
conntv. Orin, within sis nmntli from
thxl.la .sreaf. WII.MAM WHIUIII',
Ailinlnl.tratnr of Iks estate ut Jutepb
Dooley, darBs.l. . . . ,
Jlatti uciouer t, inui. vj
Petition for Liquor JLJeense.
Tolh HonorW remmlsslnner and ymstjr
t vnrt 01 in mat uiwbitoiwvvihwww
ii!!i'r'tin,ler.lmcd. Ircsl voters Is fr
Islsnd pterlfK-t, Coliiillseuitr. His iiHIr
Ros. resuwtfullr llil our liomirstil bud
:L.i - 11.., ...M. in itmmr ldtitl srselnrt In
NorStnlwrt. A. I, JHV(; snd itltlDrs
r uVhS'i'f t'shsr. C WhMpn, C K Obn
I Hunissrdncr, t: l Mm th.. Jn Maennnsia,
J.r.J?Z 7;..:,..rrt,ir. Vttt Hrnl lb.. ;hsrll
t-ordss. i tsrW. I H H,awf, C II lnsr,
I Rabin, ri J WHIISBIS, 11 v mm, n '!
Olwrs, S. 3 ".rnes, V ChsU. I M Bevls WO
v 11 vnr. a r imnier, " " -
if H M vers. 1 W Jhfl, Ht SeSerl. i
r iowt.rill-s.th, i k t'nmk, K Jvtm,
'St'rZXL. I....K Tunsr. Otto Rubr. Kii-
d.,1,.1. Apllksr. J i o, IJfiJSS .7Xi 1
Bixw. James Klnl. H ; nrown, n our
h2'M. M Butts, O VosWr. A Kevin,
kesr. K 1 Hurnstt, i VT ll la.
, CP Ymios. M B awhwl.. V tVpttn.
I O-f-ert, K C Knrerl, I w snowies. ... rn-
T" . ui.-... tuH miiCV andarson. A
Tnr7?OW Allltr, M M "-'Ih. f'l JM
s.-... t'HiAsw KalsWifa JsJHM atjirys, imni"i
hawrm, H O Wort, frank lsh p. W K Wll
UrtSr.o, V Okernsr, Kosher", ,nf,,fS. "
C Js- l.h W"T WII""uA L "-Vr- ,n"k
UW K D Mnk, K W Wmler. J tliiflditrsp,
!" W Bt. Iltrd, B Howard, W Lord,
I 1 r7ndrt. "red W.-xilm.n. t.O Maxtor, Uti
r.(w" , fW MsklnrtM. C;akln.tr Ih'-mw
Viz"!.' TTtamnT-on. Krd nlallr, swili
Orril IIKINO THE CAKK. It beliooves
O 1x Ui rind tli iniait ileotralil (ilat-a lo
uurclias rour lnvun.rsU.r.M
MEEKER to DECKER.
Tukt this niMirtunitv to fell the' reader o1
Mi l tiial.lliey have nt
Tbs finest lis of Wine IJitnor snd
Cignra to be found tins side of I'ort
latid. Awl If yott wish to
eK"Kt In s laws of ;
POOL OR BILLIARDS,
They ran aur yon that tliey havs the
tsMt tame in town. Kvaryriiins new sun
neril. snd your petroniige is riHitifiiily
JfKRKER A DECK Kit,
4 AssMof Iwfonswtloa Hi lb-II f
sirsat u4 IS l-ss, M.. f
4 UfMw httss, Caewis. rsa V
V VtUrss, OnsrnrMa, smf h. J
V Xisa 4tfi cb.J
' ) '.! BraaaHsar. f
Dealers in all Kinds of
PalntH, Oils, Glassware,, Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps.
Dry Goods and Groceries,
FEED AND HAY.
General :-: Merchandise.
ST. HELENS, OREGON.
to cur r !. s.sas niuaSeS.
Is Sols os A
ol osrvvns d I wtssa
oranr disorder of
' ' - -
rrnar nasar aiimniam.. arrrra
TubMeourOplam, or thnniKh ronlhliil Migra
tion, orrrlndultsoos, An ,sueh a UMof Brala
rowsr, Wskefiiliuss, Harln drB Fains lo th
tack.MmlBalWsakneas.HssUHa. Ksrmua li
trstloo, Noeturasl Kmlwiious, Lrorrhsa. Id,
tlnaw, Weak Msmory, l-ossof Fowsrsiirtlmpo.
teaey, which II neidceted often lead to pwmsliirt
old at and Inssnltr. frlr JUi a box, Sbwits
iorfj.no. Hnt hy ma.lt on reeelt.t ol prtar
A WKlrrRM.IUARAMtZB IsslTMlnr
avry IftdOorOer rseelrsd. to rfnnl th mouef If
rwrwmmnmwiw mrs is not liaTea, W
thousarwlsof tastlmonlsls from old and
oi totn seies. wno nave nca permawmUr ennil
by thsussofiphrodlUo. Circular Ira. ASdrsa,
TH? APHRO MEDIOINI CO.
Wsslara Braueb. JkJX 77. fus-riajio. ft.
For sale by f DWIN BOSS, Diiucigiht,
St. Hr-lons. Or.
CABINETS. - 1200 PEE DOZEN.
CARDS, 2.00 PER DOZEN.
167 And 1611, First Street, Portland Or.
THE MODEL SALOON.
J S. CLOSING Kit, Prop'r.
' CSioicfi Wines,
Liauors and Cigars. Beer 5 Cts.
Billard and Pool nh$
(or ha jfammodation of Pa(tom
C. R. HART,
St. Helens Meat Market
Freuli and Halted
Metis, euK, Flsll
Mests by whtIeals st tpecisl rates,
Kxnrest wtKn run to all parts ol town,
md clisrget leatonnble.
, A. H. BLAKESLY,
t 1 II. il I If I I ML B lllll.!,
'' Mt Jt S m Vfi, aAy A X-" s W v
, ST. HELENS, ORE00N.
Tlis house hnl Wn fully rfnriilln'l
tliroiixlintit and the ImmI of int'om-
tnodutliiiis will be nlvin, .
" STAflK run In ronnoctlon with
tlis liotiilitnirierllnt Willi Ihe Norlh.
ern I'ikmIIo Hnllr.i at Mllum. Km
for Tannins trains 10 p. ni. Fur Torilml
trulu st i i. m.
First nnd Tsylor Stroeli.
PORTLAND - OREGON
Work snd priest tlistosnnot bs brtUn,
' NOTIt'K fun PliHLIOATiaN'
Lsd Oltlc st Oregon OMr, Or.. Sd. . 1".
Nollis . Is bersbr lvii that th ll''
namsd selller hasttlsd noUr d .'""""J 3
to malt Snal Drool In .lli.nort of his elslin, J "
that suld rrMif will be mad of"r ht
Clerk of rolnmhl eounty, at St. Hln. '
novoiuosr is. iiwi, tik; . ,
II. K. WII!K KBHHAMi .. .
Itoinrstesd entry Ko. for the e't of n M
siw. !, tu 7 n, r i w, ii nsnios ma
wilnes to t.roee his eiiiitiiinons f""j;: ;
tilH.ii, and eultlvslion of ld Ijnd,'"- 'if
Wantri allofKulnlur, ttoliimhlsenmilv,t"i
o7n Ti Arrsnsufi o-'-""