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THE OREGON MIST.
umicfurnoif. ii.so per ta.
St. ITim., OcToitt 30, 1801
III WTMI lllWlW I liJWxJJi j LLIMJUL,
Th. busin mm, epeUl!y thoe
Who hv real tstaU to dlspos o!, la
Columbia county, ho ttpect any
portion of tb ImntgraUon to thi
OoMt in 189i to And thtr wy down
, Into tht county, should tomimnctit
one to sdvsrtis the resource of the
Couuty. 6tep in thi diroclion cannot
bo commenced too oon, Ther will
bo Urg Immigration to Oregon nrxt
yr, and the oonr w commenc to
tlcour abundant resource and ad-
Vantage before th peaple of tht East
ftttd South tha latrar tho result will be.
Mora penpi ia what Colombia county
la aadly iu need of. Every man
Whether in bniiaaa or not, if he will
atop to think, will readily resits the
neeeeaity of aomething being done
along thia line. We have more good
land eujbeet to homeatead entry than
any other scanty In the atato ; we have
oter aiity milee of IrooUg on the
Columbia river, with all fishing privi
kgea ; e hare coal and Iran deposit.
large belU of the very boat fir and
cedar timber, can produce Urge yield
of all Tagetabke and fruits not eepeci
ally adapted to the tropical climate.
Od above a0 ready aaarket for all
fan pradoeU With cbeap transport
tioa rata by river or rail to reach
Oil market. AU the facto properly
laid before the people of the Xaat
iog tbelr way to Columbia count?, and
when once her it would be aa eaay
Matter to keep thee here,
Tib United 8tato la, from an ap
pearaBoea, liable to have her bands
f oB In this CMlira matter. Chili ia
enooaraged Juat eaoogb over her hoe
victory, eonaiJariog the hotheadedneea
of bar people, to engatre In a war with
(be whole world. Bat in the preeent
difficulty between the United Bute
and ChtM there are a nember of coa-
JUctlnf infoencea baiog brooght to
bear, all of which tend to encourage
the Cbiliaa. Althoof h they are a
am all nation ha comber, yet theybave
a navy fully able to compete with the
United States, because it la composed
of the entire navies of both (actions la
that country daring the rebellion ut
ended, and in addition they have had
veaaels built ia France since the war,
which are of the latest improved
equipment. In addition to her own
strength Chili baa the sympathy of the
greater portion of Europe, including
England and Italy, the latter being
especially bitter against the United
State because of the Kew Orleans
lynching last spring. Tbia ia, beyond
doubt, the most scrkra difficulty the
United State ha had to handle for
TM2 CHILIAN AFFAIR.
Bepamtloi Most Ba Made for the
Outrage at Out
Tb Vnlted Htatee Government
Deteraitae4 to Protect Bee
WaHiiroTor, Oct. 27. The Chilian
difficulty seems to be the sensation ol
the hour. The administration Is
ceiving aasnrances from various parts
of the couotry-that it position is
warmly endorsed by the American
people without regard to political or
other considerations, litre in Wash
ington there ia no abatement of inter
est lu the outcome of the affair. At
the navy department every item of
news that lias even a remote connec
tion with the difficulty is eagerly read
Many officers are more or kss in Sec
retary Tracy' confidence, and all of
their atterancea support Die beliet that
the government, so far as the navy de
partment is concerned, ia thoroughly
in earnest fa securing satisfaction for
the murder of the Baltimore's sailor.
At the elate department the affair is
discussed in a mote subdued but no
less earnest manner. Ooa of the un
der officials, a man who i noted for
hi hard common sense nd careful
conservatism, said today :
I have not aen an administration
so determined before for a long num
ber of years. It means business. I
am not prepared to say that war will
result. Personalty, I don't think it
wilt, bat we are going to have a rutins?
polotcy for the assauk on our sailors
and proper punishment for the men
engaged in the assanlt. I think these
demands will be granted. If the
Chilian junta ia wise, it wilt not only
grant them, oat grant them quickly.
I know what I am savior when I tell
you that both President Harrison and
Secretary Blains are greatly outraged
at the occurrence, and are ia no mood
foe trifling, Thi death of Coslheaver
TurnbuU. one of the six sailor injured
W e affray, baa Intensified the ad
misiet ration a biUemees against the
Chilian rough who eigaged in the
rat raxsiDKrr'fl mbmaob.
Tb telegram which waa sent by the
president's order to Minister Egan tbe
J3d inat after reciting tbe facta of tbe
assault on the Baltimore' sailors and
the result of Captain Schley's invvati-
"You will observe the board of offi
cer selected by Captain Schley to in
vesugat Una affair report our sailors
were unarmed and fate no provoca
tion ; ibal tbe assault npon tbem waa
by armed men, greatly superior in
n ambers, and, as we moat conclude,
animated in their bloody work by
nwuieu. minister Kg., Commander 1KRDH HKOOItDKD.
B..kl. I .1 f-i I
-vww v cvreerT are con Th, foiio-,,,- u , lh. Amm.
suiting together, and it Is thought de- corded tn th clerk s oiHos for tl.t month i f
eisive aotlou will be taken soon. The br. ltwi i
state department' orders in reference hia.J? J!!w 0,,J,f,.,l,f u'$
- " I ... UK 3, HIIV IW. Hill,
w Hi matter are very strong. The
mtendente of Valparaiso has refuxed
to guarantee safety to the market
boau coming to that oily early In the
morning from th United States war
sec sa. tu 8 ii. r i .
iionimn iNuriy ami wir. to Uotlllab N n
nuii',,i i4 o( ic M. aec II tii u, it j
V Th'.nilmrf and wtis to Tliiuuat L
Carter, lot 4, blk , I'latakanic; Jll.
Thuiuaa flark and wife to il Uryant. t
& HABIGHORST & CONANT, &
.11. ... . . MiiiiMPfliiiraw i i
snip uaiumore, or the safety of the I WUI.am Villniir to U. II. IWhi
. . . - i . - . - .iv...;
Trr 1. com,n hore z lVr"er ViS
nigu. mere i a practical boycott h.."", p n, rx w; iiar.ot
on th Baltimore. No A mericau sailors
are allowed ashore.
(Frsat Oar Regular Corrtspcndnt )
WaaaiRttToa, O. C. Oct. 8S. ui.
Secretary Blalna's return to Washington
is a ternbla blow to th writers of sensa
tional rot about biro, and his Intentions who
nson , sw
United Utatea to t!lark Fnwtmun. IntM Kn.
4,7, , sens, tp 7 i r5 w; homestead.
UnthHl SUttHi to Arnold 8 Uraham, luts
S and 4, sec St. tp8 n,r 4 w pHtent.
Ol.ailei H Kmenon and wits to W W
Clark and Ulin Oay CUrk: 17 aquars seres,
V K titroda and wilt to HI Win, nw
H' ofsw Vf, sec til, tp 3 n . r a : taw.
Arthur Aieliraw and Mary Mi a raw and
(. W title, as qr sea X3, tp 8 a, r 4 w, tsheritr
Uuiteil tiiates tn John O'Connell, s Si
of sw u, snd luU end 7, sco tt, tu 4 n, r
4 w ; potent.
bars been sending out silly tniaslnarv atorv tlan Antomen. nw ii of s U. sm 11 tn 7 ii.
one week only to be wntredictd by salmi- r3.w:,,Mi, ,
Ur on. the nl r.k. This elaa. of writer. .".53 VwVf0. w fLil
havsprsteuded to think that Mr. Main. 3 tngnf'rTwWl. H 0,,w ' " "
acthig iu s very myatarious manner Henry O Cxpr lo Joaeph B Dnbney. n
bscauaa he would not take thsm lnrn hla T h.T.A ....
eandtnee reaarding his plans. Mr. Blaine of nw of n W, nw ofn K of sw U.sJ!
h well acquainted with theas newspaper . to 7 n, r4 w; bomeatead.
JackalU; they bar. lied about htm for , yrJlonL ,wPr?".f"tCo! ; n "fandea,
many yc.rt that b. ba. ahont t- Io b k.' X'!'.- fi
escd to It by thb time, aevertbelesa It must Interest, w W. sec. 32 and a U ui w .."
be a source of much pleasure to htm to S; P , r i w; M4.
I.ot'lhl"t0r,,.!0 W-htato"'ln D Kelferp07 nrwfS!.
race of many positive statements from United State to Fanul Bnrk. ns qr, sac
these psopls that ha would not do so. has . tp ft n. rw; patent.
reaullad In s lmiwM .i i .til C it Kittutv and wife to Ellen T Pavna.
labor, to connno. th. neonl .h.. s" '5l.? w-V-
knew mors about bis intention than b. did. C M Katlete and wife and Pav. ItanVty
Bowever , th. eoasatloa la only temporary. nd to r,l'n T l,T " i hitersat, s h
la a few days the. people wtdb. ?J!XZ - .
telling detailed stories about why Mr. In K of aw or. sec S7. to 4 n. r w: traA
Blaine returned, etc. . Mvanwhils Mr. triah I) kelley and wtfeioKJward Page,
Blslna will aultt. nlk ... .k. .i. j- I nr qr, k) S.. tp 7 o, r 4 : SI.VW.
-'J -wvw aa as aaaivaviai ui i- . . t v i . i i i j- . nm
bis wk .ml vi. -i . . . ' "S""" " . .K-'ltvr-
"" irsvi.i i wn. sw qr oi sec jrv ip j n, ra wj f lauu.
and ofBcial relation with the president and 1 Mary C Ramsey to W H Kdirertuu, a
him eollMmM in k. ,.i.i.., I of sec 29 . to 7 n. r 4 w : It.Vm.
Th. president U deer.tr Intor-u-t In ik. """T r1'0?" " " u nw V
. I awpw ki , ipo nt w 9 w; HoniMioa,
Hill! " JJW"
and "Wood-OhopiorB Siitplies.
Saws, Under Cutters, Mann's Axes, Wedges, Sledges, Peavys, Chains, Etc.
rroaiTH kvmono iiotm,.
ibaxda UNCLE MYEES,
Between Cedar Landing
Tim is a vast quantity of the de
spised hemlock ia certain parts of
Waahingtoa. Tbe word despised is
nasd adrieedly, however, for in this
crantry already ia hemlock beginning
to be need ooi for lumber, bat for ex
tracting tbe tannin io it so mocb prised
fey taanera. Ia Pennsylvania hemlock
- tracts am asaeb aoogbt after, and it is
ia that tat on of lb moat valuable
Woods. Ia Michigan, Wisconsin and
Hioaesota, where hemlock is only
uaed. thsoogh neoceasity, for larnber,
it to much depld. It is not rappo
ad that hemlock will over be need
ia WaabJagtoa aalamber, for there ia
too aaoch Br and praoe, bat that it
- U1 b atfliaed by th tanner ia beyood
qaswtkm. Thi Mat poaeaee the j
only hemlock belt of any coo sequence
on tha FaciAc coeval, and therefore will
aatdrally becom tba center of the
tanning trade. Thtr i already one
largt tanning factory oa th Soood,
which i coining money, and it k only
a quswtioa of tin when other factoriss
aria b iartedj Lombennaa.
Ont of the ovldeiacea, y the
Poget Boond Lumbertnan, of th b
glnoing of a new era among th lum
bermen of the Soood U the eetablish-
tnent, by aereral mill men, of yard in
tha asrirultaral district. ThU is the
beginning of aa axleueive yard system,
which ia future year will aohr the
qoesUon of a market for Poget aoond
lumber. When the yard ar aztand
ad into th neighboring sUtes the
lumber fgdaatry will flourish like a
green by tree.
aat Frosa Ovwaoa Ftae.
Span of Oregon pin ar to be put
Into tha United State ctHiaer Phila
delphia, bow being overhauled at tbe
Brooklyn navy yard, replacing the
ateal one now ia use. Th three steel
mast oow la use in th Philadelphia
W!gh apwardi of twenty eight ton,
and coat over WtfiOQ, wbile the pine
nasi will weigh about two ton and
coat lea than S500. Th lower maeta
art Oregon yellow pin stick, twenty
inch in diameter and sixty feet long.
Th taptnaaU an ch tea inches io
diameter and thirty tt tong . Steel
gaasta have paw given a thorough
trial aad th ret am to wooden spars by
h navy mean a great deal for th
jTerrl!y of timber owner on th Pa
eiS. coW whoa foreats ere east re
jfrfs af timbtw particularly adapted
that porpos. The Timberwiaa.
hostility to these men aa sailors of the
United State. Yon will also notice
that tbe character of some of tbe
wound indicate the public police, or
some of tbem, took part in the attack ;
od yoa will also observe that other
American sailors were, without appar
ent fanlt, arrested and for some lime
held by tbe authorities. Tbe friendly
efforts of a few of tbe police officers to
give succor to our men furnishes tbe
only redeeming incident of this affair.
Tbia cruel work, so injur ous to the
United Slates took place the 16tb intt.,
and yet no expression of regrvt, or of
tbe purpose to make a searching in
quiry with a view of tbe institution of
proper proceedings for punishment of
tbe guilty parties have beeo, so far as
I am advised, offered to tht govern
ment. Yoa will st once bring to the
attention of tbe government of Chili
the fact reported to you by Captain
Schley, and yoa will inquire whether
there are any qualifying facta in pos
session of that government, or any ex
planation to be offered of an event that
ha very deeply pained the 'people of
the United Suite, not only by reason
of tha resulting death of aora of oor
sailors, and tbe pitiless wounding of
other, but even mora as i n apparent
expraaskm of anfriendlinaa towards
this covernmeot. which migbt put in
peril the maintenance of tbe amicable
relation between the two cottotria. If
tbe fact ar a reported by Captaio
Schley, tbia govern menlcsnoot doubt
that th government of Cbili will offer
prompt and full reparation. Yoa will
farnieh tbe foreign office a full para
phrase of this dispatch and report
promptly to this government."
Sawtuoo, Chili, Oct. 28. Tb Cbil
iaa government baa replied to Minister
Sgaa's demand for aa explanation for
the recent attack a poo the American
sailors. Tb reply ia coached In very
strong language, aod il ia understood
it amount to a ref osal to accept the
responsibility for tbe affair. The state
department at Washington bss been
state campaign now goirtf on, and though
personal friends is lbs several states hs
manages to keep tfaorwinhly pasted on
tbem ail. Be bai ner.r had a doubt about
tb election of McKiuley and a republican
ssgiaiature ia Ohio, and bs believes that
Iowa, Hew Yerk aad Masaschn.ett will
go republican, nless something nafore-
seeo shall oeenr la eauaa ), i- ih. I bar, lot I. sec W. In
entl.nto.f the votorstn those states be- V,a" 9i'1u't1
tweeo now and ths day of election. This k K Morrill and wlf to William Clark, s
Deuet is Daseo on Information which be has qr, ec ies ip o n, r a w. also H ol sw qr,
recited from nnblased sources, aad not X Z.ll ?JV -
merely npon bU hopes. I lot 3. blk , rlatskanie: l 0 '
Secretary rsier did not set off to Ohio Thomas 11 Smith to W J RelJt, W of
anui Tuesday night of tbl week. II will P L
S va sa.a.supti?ii v 11 A M Vtajl IVH, sWBJ qr, W
na a a a a rt.wt.
w vv o . r w i .'.
liniUM state, to J at Kfd.lu k. sw or of
tw ar. and lot S. sec 1&. and lot 7. ase 'it. tu
7 n, r 4 w; paUnt.
M M Ill.Mxl to V O BIjoJ. lot 4. blk IS.
Iesn Rlanchard to Alice L DelU', lot 0,
Wk 11. Rainier: .
James K Inung and wlf to D P Thom
son. ns or. see , tpen.rtt w: $14(10.
Mat Bisks and wits to William Tiun.
bar, lot t. sec ), tp 7 n, r J w, also w W of
sake tea speeches tn ths campaign, tb
last on ths day befor elsction. Just be
fore gettlnx on tbe train b said : "I think
the majority for Major lfcKfnley will ex
d tb norma republican majority of th
late, it will be bstwesn 20.000 sad 30.000,
probsbly nearer the latter. Of the 107 mem
bers of ths legislature w shall eteet at least
sixty, and of tb thirty senators we will
get about twenty. Tbe democratic stories
af a rapture between Foraker and Sherman
are not helping that party, sa tb people of
Ohio know that no each fight exists outside
of the columns of democratic Bcwipapera.
Tn united States supreme court baa
designated th first Monday lit December
for the bearing M eraruinsnl ia th. K
brsska governorship caaa, Boyd vs. Thayer.
General 0. 0, Howard, in bis annual re
port as commander of tb Department of
tbe East, follows precedent and devotes
much space to detailing tbe necessity tor
better coast defenses. It will seemingly
take sa Scloal hostile demonstration from
some foreign nation to awaken congress to
tbe danger of the present condition of oar
ceavt and harbors. Then it may be too
General Baom is st bis desk tn tbe pen
sion otflce snd says thst b bs not resigned.
But that dots not prevent it being positively
stated by men who usually know what
they are talking about that If he has not
actnaly resigned be has informed th
president of bis drsir to retire sad bis
resignation will bs tendered as soon as tbe
right man to succeed bira can be found.
Tbe asm of Governor Staelo, who bas just
resigned from tbe governorship of Okla
homa, bas been mentioned io this connec
tion , bat there appear to be nothing known
about it among bis friends here.
Things movs a little slowly In offldal
circles, particularly those connected with
international affairs, Although it
known some days age that Italy bad re
moved tb prohibit! restrictions upon tbs
importation of American pork, it was not
until Wednesday of this week that tbe of.
flcisl BoUficstioa of that fact waa received
by our state department.
Boms agamies of Washington are evident
ly engaged in eircoiaiing stories about ex
tortion to bs practiced daring tbe O. A. R.
encampment here next year for tbe purpose
of trying to keep people away from the en
Campment. Ur. J. J. Kdson, one of our
most prominent business men, e member
of ths O. A. IL, and chairman of tbs en
campment committee, requests all com'
radas to aid bim in spreading tbs informa
tion that bis committee is prepared to guar
antee every organization or individual who
wishes to attend tbe encampment ample
accommodations at price which shall be
entirely satisfactory in every respect. Us
Dtnte of Omroa to J W Hotmail lot R of
sec 21, iota 1 and 2, see 2. and lot 8. sec 15,
tp 3 n, r 1 west and lot 9, sec tp 4 n, r 1
w; achool land; 1101 m.
Isaac Uumgardner to C L Smith, sw qr,
-or, see 1, tpan, r I w; $tW.
hdward Les Hinskman to E T Daviie.
iota 1 . 2. 7 and 8, seu 4 , tp 3 n , r 6 w: I6TA.
W Baker and wife to K T Daviea tola 8. 4
5 and 6. tpS n, r A w; v a
W Y Ibiunhiirg and wife to Charles
W hi taker sna Willis-n Lampkin; 810.
United Hlales to Thomas Poinerov. a W
of nw qr and n X of sw qr, sec 8, Ip 4 n, r 6
w : homestead.
United States to Joseph G Vanoradel. ss
qr of sec 7. tp 4 n, r ft m ; homestead,
W K Tirbenor to Nancy A Tirhsnor, a M
of ss qr and kit 5, all of section 17, ip 7 n, r
Frank Blackwood to Katls M Klser and
If re. Josie Fields, ns qr of as qr, sec 84, tp 7
STEWART Octobers, at Apiary, to tbs
site ol l. B. otewart, a son.
DOAN October 22, at Apiary, to tbs wife
of Harry Poan, a son.
The rirst Slew.
Perhaps you sre run down, can't est, can't
sleep, csn't think, esn'l do anytbiuk to
your saiisfactlon, and you wonder what
alls you. You should heed the warning,
you are taking tbs first step into Nerroos
Prostration. Too need a Nerve Tonic and
in Electric Bitters you will find ths exact
remedy for restoring your nervous system
to its normal, halty condition. Surprising
revolts follow tbs ns of this great Nerve
Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite re
turns, good digestion is restored, and tbs
Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action
Try a bottle. Pries 80c at Edwin Boss'
eklsn's Aralcsi aalvs.
Tb Bast SsIt Is ths world for Cut. B raises.
Sores, Ulcers, 8aH Rhatira, Few Sores, TeUsr,
Chapped Handa, Chilblains, Corns aad all (tkln
Krnptiona, and poslUTcly ears rilsa, sraopay
sqairtd. It Is guarsntsed to give psriset satis
faction, or money refunded. Price 28 esnt par
box. For Sals Bv Edwta Hoe.
, ...,,, oas as'D
''"'"'' WAV TSir
RAINIER fl 00ft 60
CARROLL roi,NT t On I 80
,00 BLK , I OU 1 80
kaLama l on l so
HOKKMAN'B 1 00 I to
BY BEE'S 73 t 00
PEER ISLAND. 78 100
MARTIN'S 75 100
CAPLES'... 8- 73
COLOMBIA CITY..... 80 78
8T. HELENS. 60 78
Ths Iralda will carry ah kinds of freight
icept hay and lumber at f 1 per ton.
THE PORTLAND JEWELER.
JMPOItTKU AND DEALER IN
Watches, Jeweler, and Optical Goods.
Fine Watch, and Jewolrv Repairing.
Orders from the Country 8ollolted.
165 First Street, Between Morrison ond Yamhill. Portland Jr.
TII0S. C00PEK, Prop.
ST. HELENS, .--,. OUEGON
Cps Hoble's WlMies.
A l.altOR STOCK Or
Excellent Wines, liquors and
-MFT COHSTaHTLY OH llAHD.-
An Excellent I'ool and Billiard
FOR THE USE OF PATRONS.
.. an us a a u
rpiIE RETAIL MEUCIIANT is the necessary
i Medium of Trtulo betweon tho MnnufiU'turnr
ttnd the Consumer. He must protect the interest
of hia customers by purchasing io the lowest ami
nnd best markets, mid by selling to his patrons
at the Lowest Possible Prices.
W. 33T. D0LIV1LA.N
PROPRIETOR OP TEE OLD ST. HELENS STORE,
In keeping theso true principles of trade always in
view; often leaves theold track and strikes "across
lots' for bargains for his customers. His stock of
Is tieing enlarged by New Goods Every Day.
It 1 not coneeniatit tu name th many iltfrfnt artlclm kept
"I, a-l J from lh-y Onu4,'b.lhlii. I.-Jlea' Wsr l.iiUen..n's
"! M'"! r, Koot Wtaf, H..ur snd rr-l, (Irwer.ns end t'n
nort Utmrla, Nal ssnd IUr.sre. ( ph r snJ Olawars. Or. nit
ana ""are. l'uw.ler snd Hlmt, Data snd Caps, bou's snd Shusa,
Patent Mdl. ,ie, Tollel Artkli-a, to.
ITS CAUSES AND CURE,
Scientifically treated bv an aurlst of wnrld-
wide reputation Drainage ers.llcaied and I
entirely cured, of fmm 30 to-K) years' stand-
iiK, after all other treatment have fs'lna
lioar the iMn.-ulty is rearhed and tha eause I
removel fully eiKlalned In circulars, with I
aflldavita and testimonial of cure from I
prominent people, mailed free.
DR. A. FiiNTAINE, Tacuma, Wash.
)o You Dili! I
OF COURSE YOU DO.
KoUre Is hereby sTivsn thst th rectilsr
eill be held st ths
osrterly public examination at teachers'
tr. sill be held st tin
Helens, Oregon, beetle
for Cotmiibis fount'
nine at 1 o'clock t. ra.i Wednesiiay. No
vember 11. All teacher holdln oer-
mits and others desiring cert idea tea tniut
b present at tn openiuic nour.
. V 3. O. WATT8,
County School Superintendent.
Dated at Scappoose, Or., Oct. 27, lsul.
FOR 8 ALE!
invite eutrespondenc from those deslrinf . . n.nnooae - ShrotiDshlrs Buck
Information or to encsits accommodations. I Hereford Stock. Call on or address,
Poison in the Kltchea
No artlcl eoterinj o jrenefally into the food of every
jhootehold is so generally and villainously adnltered as bak
ing powder. These adulterated powders are shored upon
the public with the greatest persistency. t
Throbbing advertisements in newspapers claiming this
brand or that is absolutely pure, backed by analyses and cer
tificates, and yet they are adulterated with ammonia or ahun.
It is to be hoped the law will take hold of these merciless
mannfactnrers and punish them for destroying the stomachs
of the unsuspecting consumer.'
Amid all this fraud and deceit Dr. Price's Cream Bak
fng Powder stands almost alone battling for pure food and
continues to famish a pure cream of tartar powder at almost
the same cost to the people as tbe ammoina and alum pow
dug are sold at, yet it costs much more to manufacture.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is of the highest
strength. It produces the largest amount cf leavening power
attainable in a pure baking powder. It is free from ammo
ilia or any other adulteration. No powder does such work,
Housewives wfeo have tested all use Dr. Prices only.
il.. ne of M0 teres In Bsrsr Taller, com
prlslnUise!olnwX,sw'i of aeW, nw of
seii. and nt'A ol awS4, see. v. vown.rjip i ponu.
nua.S west. This Is a fact ol land mat is
I ronstly rtcuHural alter the timber is removed
I Tim ressonaoia. vvlJ
ept s-tl . ,
Mi., I. henth elven that I. th under
..iminl.i.rsUir of tbs sstat of John
I K. O'Connell, deceased, have filed with the
I ,, Annntv court of Csluuibia
county, sUte Of Oretton, my ,flnl account,
and petition for ths distribution of the resi
due of said estate, and that the judge of
said court haa Used Monday, the Kith day
of November. 1HU1, at 10 o'clock a. m. of
ssid day, and tbe courtroom of said court
I s the time and place for ths bearlnc of
..1,1 siwmnt and DetlUon: at Wblcn time
end nlace an and all persons interested
m.y .ppsar wd sontest ft'"
administrator of tb estate of John T,
O'Connell, deceased. ,,.
Dated octoosr to, owi. "
CABINETS 2.50 PEK DOZEN.
CARDS, 12.00 PEE DOZEN.
167 and First Street, PortUod Or.
OtJCH BKIKO THB CASK, it beboorss LJ
Kj yon so una tns u wi rai yimcm w
purciiass roar iningorator. '
Kseps constantly on band th famous
Cuban Blossom Cigars. O
s finest lias of Wines Liquors l
Cigars tu b fonnd this side of fort
land. And if yon wish to
engage In a game of
POOL OR BILLIARDS,
They can stirs yon thst they bar tb
best table In town. Everything new and
Beat, and your patronage is respectfully
St. Helens. Oregon.
R A aasselilst of Inraraistlas so ss-7
1 Istraatat tfes lsrs,sboln Mow Uil f
y VUH.H psMnu, CsTasic Trs4. V
VXVasM Miitfaj a GQ.Jrf
t.sei rarr, J T
Dealers in all Kinds of
Lu rnbcp, Lith Pickets.
Paints. Oils, Glassware, Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps.
Dry Goods and Groceries,
FEED AND HAY.
General :-: Merchandise.
ST. HELENS, OREGON.
Tb Celebrated Frei?cli Care,
Warranted l fl DU Dfl n ITI M r "
toeurs mivvi s iiss.
Is Sold o A
to curs but form
oraur disorder of
ssns oi eiwersex,
nseol BllntHlstits, AFT
THE MODEL SALOON.
J. 8. CX0MNGE0, Prop'r.
ST. IIELEI7S, . - OfiEOON.
Liouors ard Cigars. Beer 5 Cts.
Billard and Pool Talk
j for tha Pooommodation of Patrorul
TobaeeoorOnlora.orUiroUKh youtlilul 1
tlon, oref ladule.nce, Aa , eii;6 as Loss of iirsln
rower. sssiiinsss, iwssriiie aosm rales Id ths
Ernr. nsssiiiuins, IoriII( oown ralBSID th
k, Asm leal Wmkness, Hysierla, Nervous tros
Ion. Nontarnal Emluions. LannnrriuM. m.
siness, niti neniorr, ixiss ol rower ami Impo-
vmr j, wKf w o(iM!isii often b ad to prematurs
Aid aee aud Inssnltr. Prlna siyia a k. a k,..
Wf wws nmv nj m.:i on rnreini or nncv
A WBITTFN MVARAHfKfl l siren for
TMTlVOOorlnrrw-nirKl.ior..nd thiBro If
s rsnoMMi eiira is not nma. Ws bavs
gouwnasoi tesiirpnnisis irnmnld snd 70U11S.
bytbsuseof ApfanxtlUne, Clrealar Ires. Addrss
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Wastaro Brsoob. Bus . Poanan. Oa.
For alo by JEDWIN BOSS, Dkooowt,
St. Helens, Or,
C. R. HART,
St. Helens Meat Market
Fresh snd Baited Meats, flanaaea. Fish
Masts by wholesale st special rates,
Express wason run to all carts of town.
nd charges reasonable.
A. n. BLAKESLY,
Oriental : . Hotel.
ST. HELENS, 0BEQ0X.
Tbs hnus has keen fully refurnished
throiishout and the best of aooom
modsilons will be given.
STAGE ran In connection with
ths hotel connecting wllhthaNor(h
n raclllo Kallroad at Milton, eta
tor l aooma trains 10 p. m
train at S p. m.
First snd Taylor Strceli.
P0BTLAND - - 0BE00N
Work and prices thst cannot bs besten.
NOTICE rosa tPVBLICATIOK. '
Land Offloe at Oreson Cltf, Or., Sept M, !
Ntl!S is hsr.br flvsu that tha follow nf
namsd tattler has nlsd noUoe of his Inlsnllos
tn ...k. fl.t KMnf In mimuiH a! hi, flll 111. S1
that said nroof will be made before IhsCouoir
Clerh of fioliiraWs ooanljr, st W. Ulnt. Or., o
slead entry No, tor the mHol s H '
,tp7n,r 4 w. H D.m.s the fll"'"J
In Tim., Ms snfltlnUOtlS FSSldS" f
id. vto: FJlia
M.KIiMMntf . Or"
t. API'EKSON, W"'
upon, and cultivation of said la
pahast, 0, W. Mosber. W. M
Wanty; all st Rainier, Columbia