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THE OREGON MIST.
Halted Matn ud Conntjr Official Paper.
Bt. Helms, Octobbk 80, 1891.
LbCAL' AND GENERAL.
Why 0 to Portland when you cnn
buy Jual M ohMp a uomt.
Tha best brands of cigars and tobsooo
t N. X'. Parry's, Houlton.
A full Una of flavoring extracts for
Mia at tha dnut stora.
Baoon'a farmers alllanoa store
always supplied with the beat goods
Mr. Jamas Qulnn reapeolftiily warns
all parsons against slioollng, hunting
or otherwise trespassing ou his prom
lacs. License to wed were issued by Clerk
Quick on Saturday lust to Edmund II.
Lane and Merton D. Shrouds.
Commissioner 8enoer, of Nehalem,
was at the county's metropolis on
When In need of drugs call on Boss.
Bis stock Is fresh and pure.
A very enjoyable time waa observed
by the Milton folks last Friday evening
ml the residence of John Lamberson.
it being the birthday of his oldest son,
John Lamberson, jr.
Visitors to the exposition will find
the St. Charlea Hotel Restaurant first
class la every respect Meals 25 cents.
St. Chsrlee Hotel building, Front and
Beginning neat Monday the steamer
lratda makes round trips from Stella
in Cowlits county, Washington, to
Portland and return, thereby proving
a great convenience to many along
There will be a concert given by the
St. Helena school assisted by some of
the older people, on Saturday evening
November ?th. The receipts of the
entertainment are to be applied on the
payment for anew organ which has
lately been purchased tor the school.
A party of experts from Portland
and Oswego are now examining the
Iron; mines of Bunker Hill with the
Idea of purchasing. It is to be hoped
that when they are sold, that immedi
ate steps will be taken for their develop
stent, and not held as the iron beds on
Milton creek sre, simply to keep some
one out who would Improve the prop
erty, and thereby benefit the county.
Many yeara practice have given C.
A. Snow A Co., Solicitors of Patents,
at Washington, D. C, unsurpassed
suoceas in obtaining patenta for all
classes of inveutiona. They make
specialty of rejected oases, and have
aecured allowance of many patents
that bad been previously rejected.
Their advertisement in another col
umn, will be of interoes to Inventors
patentee, manufacturers, and all who
have to do with patents.
The Lewis river has been on the
rise lately. Last Saturday it was suffi
ciently high to bring down a large
drive of logs which were safely landed
In lbs large boom at the mouth of the
river. The plan of putting in sub
atanlial booms at the intersection of
the smaller streams with the Columbia
for the purpose of catching and rait
Ing the logs in safety is a cood one.
Millions of feet af logs have been lost
along the Columbia for want of atrong
booms to hold them In case of a flood
in the small rivers.
Ellas Peterson' of the Lower Beaver,
waa brought before Judge SwiUer Fri
day for a mental examination and was
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ooramtuea to mo iiibhdq wjimu.
principal trouble seems to be softening
of the brain. After an examination
by the judge and Dr. Cliff, Sheriff
Meeker aurted for Salem with him
late Friday evening. Last apring Mr.
Peterson was brought to 8t. Helens on
the same complaint, but Dr. Cliff gave
him medicine which seemed to re
lieve him, only temporsry, however,
sod this lime be seunied so bad that
it waa necessary to send him to the
The fact that St. Helens la a place
of activity was mora clearly demon
strated last Saturday, perhaps, than
ever before. On that day aeventeen
ateamers, bargee and ships were either
i.ndl at or riassed by this place. In
the morning at about 6:30, for Port
land, there were the steamers, first,
the Iralda, next the Kellogg and a few
minutes later the Mascot. These
three boats make the round trip, ar
riving at Portland at 10 a. m., and
leaving again at 2:30 p. m.t arriving
at St. Helens at from 6 to 6 in the eve
ning Then, about 10 In the morning
the steamer Shaver passed up for Port
land; at S the R. R. Thompson, carry
ing the United States mail, passed. In
the mornlnoF t O tha TVlonliona ar
rived down with the mail en route to
Astoria ; at 11 the Northwest for Cow
lits river came into port, and at 3 in
the afternoon the farmers' steamer,
Toledo, for Lewis river, came : alonff.
Besides this fleet of paesenger steam
ers that touch it 8l Helena daily.
(three of them twice a day), six days
out oi ins wee, tue ocean steamers,
State of California Dlvlna between
Portland and San Francisco, the City
of Willana of the Qrav'a Harbor lino
and ona of the large Japan steamers,
. pasted up during the day ; also tha
government steamer Cascades passed
up towing three barges, and the
steamers Oklahema and Harvest
Queen, esoh with a ship in tow, passed
down, This may seem like a buaat to
some people, but this statement can
be proven almost any day, as it a com
mon occurrence to see three or four
steamers lying at our wharves at one
We are Informed that Joseph Du
pont who has the reputation of being
the mojt successful hunter in Carico,
met with quite an adventure a few
days since. While hunting near
Thompson's ranch he wouiidwl a lurge
deer, The deer fell and Dupont ran
hastily toward him, and just as he
readied him bis deershlp rose and
started off. On the spur of the mom
ent Dupont sprang upon bis back
and away wont doer and hunter over
hills and gulches, with the rapidity f
tha wiud ; but the speed was too much
for our friend Dupont. He became
faint and fell from the deer's back, sus
taining several severe bruises from
the fall. Dupont says he likes fast
riding but he don't want It sguio on a
A MoMinnville paper has recoived
the following Interesting uews. "En
closed you will find two dollars for my
subscription. I know it is rulable to
pay for a paper in wood or potatoes
but I didn't have a very good wood
crop this year, and if you will accept
the money this one time, I will try and
do better next year. That is all the ex
cuse 1 have for not paying it sooner."
The engagement of Mr. Marshall
Cunning, private secretary to Pot-
masteKJeneral Wanamaker, and Mrs.
Isabel McBride Palmer, daughter o'
Hon. John R. McBride, formerly
member of congres f am Oregon snd
chief justice of Idaho, and niece of
Seoretary of State McBride of Oregon,
is announced. The weddiug will take
place at the residence of Hon. George
Williams, in Salem, sometime during
Dr. Cliff purchased, lately, from Mr.
James Qultm, two fine blooded animals.
One a bay gelding, Rock wood; by O.
James (Kedinond) Rockwood J dam,
Maud by Milton Modinm. The other
a brown Mare, Almanelta by Hamble
toniau; (DeLaabmutt.) dam Gip by
Durock Prince. One ia three and the
otbor six years old, and are perfect
The steamer Agusta of the Yaquinn
route on Wednesday, October Sttth,
ran on the reef of rocka about 1000
yards sbove the Warrior Rock light
station at about 9 :50 in the morning
The steamer got off all right, however.
and proceeded on bur way down the
river. The pilot must have had mud
in his eyes, as there waa no fog and it
was broad daylight.
For a thoiough business education
i he Portland Business College has no
superiors. Professor Armstrong ha
had msny years experience in this
work and his business methods are
considered first clans.
Rev. M. Builingame moved yester
day, with his family, to LsFayette.Or.,
where they will in future reside. The
beat wishes of msny friends go with
A well attended and enjoyable en
tertainment was given at Gill ton
Chalchiua Alexandre a subject of
Belgium declared his intention to be
come a cititeu of the United 8 la tee on
The Harvest Queen Is running on
the Astoria route in place of the Tele
phone this week.
Editor Blackford of the Clatakanie
Chief waa a caller at this office on
A fine line of stationery at Rott
drug store open to inspection.
Genu' furnishing goods at N, A.
Perry's store, Houlton.
Trespass notices on cloth for sale at
. Buy your drugs at a regular drug
Probata court will be in session next
Mondsy and Tuesday.
A line of shoe leather at N. A. Fer
County court convenes on Wednes
Bacon pays highest price for
What's the matter with the street
lamps these dark nights t
Nuts are ripe.
So are pumpkin pies.
Tater diggin' time.
A liA unA mm modions warehouse
has just been completed at Reuben.
Turkeys and chickens will soon
realize the meaning of full crops.
There are a few cases oi typnoict
fever In this neighborhood.
n T Tt CranahaW. wno reiurneu
to Kansas some weeks ago, writes he
will soon be with us again as he has
not found any place ne uaes a won
An old squaw counting ner warn-
a a .1.. .lu.,1 Tailmn
pum waa proDoiy uie ongiuw
tin mm Af.
We often hear the Inquiry: How
many motions baa the earth? Thats
according to how you mix your driuks,
and which way you go home.
Also, what part of the globe is water!
About three-fourths. Sometimes they
add a little gin and nutmeg to it.
Mr.G.C. Jaquish is sinking a well
at Oil piece, which will be appreciated
by all, and it will also di apense with
carrying water fiotn the Columbia
The dance given at Moorcsvilln Sat
urday evening, October 24, was large
ly attended, and all report a splondid
tune. Hjinta Ci.aus.
The following correspondence arrived
too late for publication lent week.)
James Kenton, a sawyer in the
shingle mill of L. Ashman had the
bad luck to taw the end of a fingor off
on Tuesday last.
Mrs. Besrue returned home this
week after a six weeks' absence in
Mrs. Fannie Duke and Mrs. Mc
Bride, of Portland, visited Mr. and Mrs.
John Brame over last Sunday.
There ia considerable sick.tess at
present around here, although nothing
serious so far.
Mrs. Jacob. Benseh returned from
Porllund on Wednesday last after a
soversl days' visit. Slio took a sample
of mineral water to Portland from a
spring on their farm, where it was
analysed by J. II. Fish, and pro
nounced very fine for medicinal pur
poses, and superior to the water of
WHAT 80MK FOLKS ARK DOINO.
Fred Coolidge and Jim Fenton are
nursing cripled fingers.
A. Clark, wailing for the new bouse
to 1)0 flinched.
William lluycke, wishing that the
two weeks' sojourn in the country was
D. Bearce, looking for a bouse to
Frank Allen, waiting for the Kellogg.
W. J. Deitx, sharpening his pencil
for the winter trade. '
W. J. M tickle opening up new goods.
Will Forrester looking for a build
Oilbieatb and Skeen. rustling saw
And all wondering who The Mist
Rsther damp of late. Wintry show
ers seem to be setting in.
S. D. Oirt has of late, by the ail of
the carpenters and painters, greatly
added t) the beauty of his snug man
sion. John ana Uliurley Know now to
Mr. M. Itossear has within the last
few days put sn edging saw in his
mill and will soon put in a shingle de
partment, also a planer. Mr. Rosaear
intends when his customers come to
him, to see their wants are satisfied
fiom a hill of lumber to a bill of fare.
Where did Jack and Charlie goon
the 26 inal., Walter!
Lewis Butts has rented his farm for
one year to Mr. Beckwill. Lew intends
to make a visit to several parts of
Ould" Oregon, having provided him-
elf with a suitable conveyance he iu
tends to spend a few months to the
improvement of his health. Wooder
what he may bring back with him.
The all observing eye of the Mist re
porter is upon you, son.
Joseph Holiday returned from a
weeks visit on Lewis river.
Claud Baker, the thief who stole the
tools of the carpenters' working on
the church was apprehended in Port,
land and is now in jail under a thou
sand dollar bond.
The Ladies Aid Society will give
theii first social in Watts Hall Nov
ember 0. All are invited.
J. M. Sbntluck gave the initiatory
ball of the season on Tuesday evening
iu Shaltuck's hall. Over sixty number
George Allshouse has moved his
paint and oil shop to Gillton where he
has located permanently.
U. West is settiug out about one
hundred black republican cherry-trees.
Gravers Nelson and his bride have
removed to his California home.
Duck shooting privileges are in de
mand. Nearly all the huntiug grounds
Miss Carrie Freeman is visiting at
tha home of her parents.
The infant child of John Brain of
Rainier waa interred iu Fail-view cem
II. Sharringhaueen haa sold his
farm o Portland parties who will con
vert it into a milk ranch.
Tommy Calahan who recently shot
himself through tbo log with a revol
ver is again able to be around.
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m .lDw lit feturn lust tvnnlc oil Ilia W1V to
his appointment in the Nehateiu Valley.
A. M. Tlchenor left on Friday nigm lor
Portland ona abort business trip.
The Wood mill is doing a little sawing
this week, the lirst lor aouie months.
Mrs. Schlotn returned on Wednesday eve
ning from Portland where she had been
making quite an extended visit.
Misses Fannie. Ahbie and Maud Bryant
were homo on Thursday and Friday, com
lns here from Oentralia. Wash., to attend
the funeral of their brother George, They
returned on Saturday.
Editor Blackford of the Ohlof is visiting
i v.mhlll eountv thia week.
Arrangements are being wane to noiu a
Brand musical and literary entertainment
Fn Convert Hall ou the evening of fcriday.
Novenirjer imu. j - --
sioal friends from St. Helens and elsewhere
will bs present and that the entertainment
will be the best of the kind ever hsidin
The tons of the rain on the roof has been
a very appropriate ons for the past week
and the man is happy who can singi
" What a Joy to press ths pillow of s cottage
At we llnteii to the patter of the soft
Every tinkle on the shingle haa an echo
in ths heart.
And a tbousa.id dreamy fancies into busy
The street lamps established by city or
dinance tor the benefit of citizens on dark
nights are not established anywhere else
that any person can see. and this week In
the dark of the moon, while the ruins des
cends and mud abounds, tlieir Unlit would
be very greatly appreciated. Wbere are
The ntiarlerlv meeting of ths Methodist
church, for this circuit was held at this
plsce Hatnrday snd Sunday. Owing to the
disability til the presiding elder Kev. John
I'srsons, oi rorest Mrove, mica nis plane
and preached oo three occasions very ac
It Is gratifying to the school board as well
as to thecitizen to sea tliat the school tar
Is being paid, and Ibat the prospscta for a
new school bouse are improving. This
week will complete the time for holding the
tax roll in the clerk's bands, after which
delinquents may have a chance to settle
wnn the county onn iais.
The steel cage used for cooling purposes
has been moved from its place in tlio black
smith shoo across the atrett and placed in
a foundation to lie surrounded by the walls
and covered by ths roof of a bouse. Per
hsps It may prove a prison; perhaps not.
Wait and see.
The funeral services of George Bryant
wereverv generally attended last Thurs
day At 10 a. ni. the remains were brought
rr..n ,t,. I.n.,u. . r!nnur' kail h(.h
Was soon lllled to Its utmost seating ca
pacity, a number being compelled to stand
in addition, while lie v. Coats preached a
very auie.serinon ou " ins jtesnrre. uou oi
the Body." Following the rellidoua exer
cises a last look was tuken of the deceased,
afler which a lara-e portion of the crowd
proceeded to the cemetery in a pouring
rain, and to add to the discomfort, it was
tound. on reaching it, that the grays dig-
ring was not completed owing to tne very
Jjmltt. .nmmitjinNt An Ikiiim' Ho.
lav was thus occasioned, after which the
casket was lowered and the friends dis
persed. Many i-ame from quite a long dis
tance to nay their respects to the son and
grandson of the pioneer family of this
MILTON CREKK 8CIIOOL.
Report of Milton Creek school for
the month ending October 16, 1891:
Number pupils enrolled, 28; daily
average attendance, 23. Those neither
abseul nor turdy : Cbarley Gray, Stella
Brown, Dannie Brown, Perley Brown,
Sidney Smith, Oliver Smith, Harry
Sherman, Charley Sherman, Pearl
Sherman and Clarence Beauchamp.
Those not abeeul since time tbey en
rolled: George Emerson, Harry
Beaudiamp, Jessie Beauchamp, Ed.
8tanwood, George Barger.
Those who visited the school: Mr.
Barger, Mr. Plummerand Mr. Bonney.
Katib A. McGvibe, Teacher.
BT. HRLEN8 BCHOOL.
The following is a report of district
No. 2 for month ending October 23 :
Days attendance, 9S0; day 8 absent, 76;
times tardy, 54; pupils enrolled, 53;
daily average attendance, 49;
First grade Pupils who were not
absent during tbo month: Eugene
Wbituey, Mary Bnrke, Mattie Perry,
Anna Burlingame, Newton Sundby,
Tom Muckle, Arthur Moore, and Rob
Secoud grade Not absent: May
Whitney, Maud Docker, Amy George,
Daisy Watkios, Fred Watkins, Frank
Third grade Not absent: Charlie
Little, Cora Burlingame, Grace Miles,
Percy George and Maude Wutts.
Fourth grade Not absent: Alfred
Sundby, Albert Sundbr, Glen Watkins,
Eugene Miles, Auua George, and
Persons who vieited the school were
Ed Hayburn, Kate Swager, J. L. Jones,
Cora Johnson. S. A. Miles, Mrs. Han
egiin, Mabel Hanegan.and Miss Powell.
C. U. Jones, Teacher.
Tks New UieTrr.
Yon have heard your friends and neigh
bors talking about it. You may yourself
bs ons of the many who know from person
al experience just how good a thing it is. If
you have ever tried it, you are one of its
staunch friends, because the wonderful
thing about it is, that when once given a
'rial, Dr. Kings New Discovery ever Vter
holds s place iu the house. If you have
never used it and should be afflicted with a j
cough, cold or any Throat. Lung or Chest
trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it a
fair trial. It Is guaranteed every time, or
money refunded Trial Bottles Free st i
Ed win Ross drugstore.
PRIYATE WORDS FOR WOMEN.
The eminent and successful electric
physicians, Drs. Darrin, have discover
ed and perfected a system of treatment
that has caused a revolution in the
treatment of female diseases. Wher
ever their treatment is tested and
known it has done .away with nearly
all dosing with nauseous drugs and
surgical operations, whereby so' many
precious lives have been lost. It has
proved In thousands of oases to be s
positive cure for the following female
Ovarian tumors, polypus ulceration
and dropsy of womb, inflammation,
congestion and falling of womb, leucor
rhoea, painful and suppressed men
struation, flooding, frequent urinatiou,
bearing down pains, backache, head
ache, hacking cough, melancholy, ab
sence of ambition or desire to live, or,
in fact, any complaint having its
origin in a disordered state of the gen
erative and accompanying . organs,
whether from contagious diseases,
hereditary, accident, tight-lacing, mis
carriage or other causes. Their meth
od of treatment is harmless, pleasant
Drs. Darrin refrain from making
public the names of hundreds ol ladies
who have been restored to health, with
due deference to the delioacy of their
The Doctors are permanently located
at 70 J Washington street, Portland.
Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. M. j Sundays,
10 to 12. They are equally successful
in the treatment of all curable chronic,
acute and private diseases, such as
errors of youth and impotenoy. EleO'
trioity is the principal factor in their
Tfenrsdar Oct. S9.
PRODCCS, VRU1T, STC.
WHKAT-Vallcy.ll 62; Walla Walla,
1 i( to Si 42 W per cental.
KlAitlK utsi.dard, fl eO; Walla Walla.
I 60 per barrel.
O ATM New, WVMi per bosbel.
HAY l 10, 13 per ton.
MILIJSTUKKrf 11 ran, flRCilOi shorts,
), 11 ; chop feed, 22(gf23 per toil, barley,
8t per toil.
HV IT EH Oregon fancy creamery, 32
35c; fancy dairy, 80c; fair to good, 2S
common, Ui&i2.v; Kaitern, 'i'ilts per
CHERSR-Oregon, UV,c; Eastern.
13c per pound,
EOOfJ-iiS27J4c per dozen.
POUI.TUV Old chickens. Si 60(35;
young chickens, 12 60; ducks, .',48;
scene, nominal, ID 10 peruozeu; turkeys,
166510c per pound.
VEtJErABLKjJ-Cabbage. nominal. 75c
$1 per cental: onions, 8x.'$l per cental,
potatoes, 4o400c per sack; tomatoes, 40 to
6oc per box.
FltUiTS-Apples, 60 to 80c per box;
plums, 25 to 60c per box; watermelons, $1
to $2 per dozen ; cantelopes, $1 to It SO and
11 75 per dozen, l per crate: grapes, Tokay
St 09 per box, muscat ami black, 75c per
box; pears, 75c; Bartlett, fl 00 per box,
nectarines, 00 to 70c per crate; pumpkins,
fl 60 per dozen.
COFFEE Costa Rics. V) to 21c; Rio.
23c; Mocha, 30c; Java. 20 S; Arbuvkie's,
lOU-pnund cases. 2Ac. per pound.
BUO AK Oolden C,ic; extra C, 4c;
BEAN4 ftmall whites, Sc; pink, 8c;
bay oa. 4c; butter, 3c; iinias, 4c per
HONEY Hit' to lc per pound.
HALT Liverpool, 14 SO to 115 50; stock.
$11 to $12 per ton iu carload low.
BYKUP-Eastem, in barrels, 47 to 65c;
65 to HOc per gallon : 12 25 to 12 50 per keg;
California, in barrels, 30c per gallon; $1 76
BICE-16 75 per cental.
THIt HEAT KABKIT.
IJKEF l ive, 2Ji"c ; dressed. 6 to 6c.
MUTTON Live, sheared 3xiu ; dressed ,
JIOOS Live. 6c; dressed, 7c.
VEAL 6 to 7c per pound.
8MOK.ED MEATS ANO LARD East
ern ham. 13 to U'Ac; other varieties, 124c;
lard, compound, 10c; pure, to 13c;
Oregon, 10 !4 to 12c; breakfast bacon,
13 to 15c; smoked bacon, 11 to llc.
STATE OF OREGON, I
County of Columbia, f
Bv virtue of a decree and order of sate is
sued out of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Columbia, to me
directed, in favor of James Muckle. Jr., and
Clinrlca Muckle, copartners, doing business
as Mockle Brothers, plaintiff, and against
A. H. Blakesiey, Jesse M. Biakesley,
Charles W. Biakesley, Walter Blakcsley,
lyena tiiakesiey. Kentiau oiaaesiey. cugenc
Blakealey and Mary BlakeNley, defendant,
for the sum of Two Thousand One Hundred
and Hixty-two Dollars. 2,162 00). snd the
further sum of Twenty-eight aud fciglity
Bve Hundredths (i2S fo). Dollars coals and
disbursement-, and accruing costs, com
manding me to levy nion and make sale of
tiie following described r.al property,
to-mlt: Lots nnm bored ten (10). eleven (11)
and twelve (12) in b'ock number eleven (11)
in the town of St. He.ene, Oregon. Also
the following: Cmimenuiog at a point
which bears noith seventy-four degrees and
thirty minutes east, two hundred and
seventy (270) links from the corner of lots
fourteen (141 and fifteen (15). In block ten
(10), in the town of St. Helens, Oregon, and
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Ill m riUk IIIH3 nil;, tun hi..." ivii aiitu vi nam
lot fourteen (14) and fifte. n (15), and run
ning thence noith seventy-four degrees and
thirty minutes eat ninety-seven (V7) links
to low water mark; thence south eighteen
degrees and seven minutes east with low
water mark eighty-eiht (SS) links; thence
south seventy-four degrees and thirty
minutes wet ninety-one wi ) una; in t nee
to the nlace of besiun ng in township four
(4) north, range one (1) west of the Will
amette meridian, aim oemg uoe iana in
front of section three (3) in said township
aud range. Also the undivided one-halt
() of the northwest quarter (W) of the
northeast quarter (K) ol section eighteen
I1A1. in townsliio live (5) north, raneone
(l)we-t of the said meridian. Also lot
number ntteen (13) in diocz numoer icn
(10) in the said town'of St. Helens, nil in
Columbia county, State of Oregon, together
with all the tenements aud improvvmeats
I dnlv levied upen said premise" on the
27th day of October, ISJl.
Now. in oursuance of said deoree and
order of sale, I will, on Saturday the 28th
dav of November. 1M)1. at the hour of 10
o'clock A. M., at the courthouse door in
said county and state, sell tne aoove oe
ribed real property at public auction to
the highest bidder therefor, for cash, to
satisfy said decree and order of sale and
coats. W. A. MEKKEK.
Hhertffof Columbia County, Oregon.
This is to certify that mv wife has left mv
bed and board without my consent, and
hereafter I will not be responsible for any
debts that she may contrnct.
t.23n20 r . C. WINCHESTER.
I have a large span mare mules, good to
work, single or double, gentle and kind;
weieht about 1200 pounds. I wish to trade
for a -pan of young geldings, weight about
tuoo pounas. iau on or aaurcss, a. v.
Brown, Reuben, Oregon. , ol6nS
Sale of Stock!
There will be sold st Maygar, Oregon, on
November 9, 1891,
Seventy Shares of the Capital Stock ot the
Green Creek Lumbering and
. Manufacturing Co.,
Of Maygar, Oregon, 10 rwr eent of which
I. -CI..U ..Ill K .nl.l In ..
I.-. ' ' U up. l.vm. I J " ' w 1
fault of payment of sn assessment of 10 per
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H, HENDERSON, Sec'y.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon City, Or., 8ep. 21, 1S91.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol'owlug
uamed settler hits Sled notice of her intention
to make nna.1 proof In support of her claim and
that said proof will be made before the Keijlsler
and Receiver of the United States laud oftlceat
Oregon City, Oregon, Novemt er 10, 18S1, via:
Homestead entry So, SH72, for the ne of sec
tion 81, f p . u, r 2 w. She names the following
wltneB. ' U prove her continuous residence
noon, and cultivation of said, laud, under sec
Linn '2M)i R. a. : Andrew J. Ainetl, Clinton Bon
ier, John W. Cline, James V; Joy; all of Bcap-
poof e, uuiuuiDia county, urvgon.
James Carson, who Hied pre-emption D. 8.
No. mb for said land is specially untitled.
0'iuS J. T. AfPEKbON, Register.
ft - -1 ..I (-! , ...t.A nwaniinA
having had placed In his hands by an East
India missionary , tne tormina oi a simple
vegetable remedy for the speedy and per
manent cure of consumption, broncblttis.
catarrh, asthma and all turoat and lung af
fections, also a positive and racical cure
for nervous debility and all nervous com
plaints, after having tested its wonderful
curative powers in thousands of eases, has
felt it his duty to make it known to his suf
fering fellows. Actuated by this motive
snd a desire to relieve numan sunenng. I
will send free of charge, to all who desire it.
this recine. in German. French or English
with full directions for preparing and using.
Sent by mail by addressing with stamp,
naming rnu papr. w. a. ooira,
820 Powers' B'.ock, Rochester, K. y,
All Our Seeds Are
F.L.Posson & Son. Portland. On.
F. R. CHOWN,
IMPORTER OF -
-i MANUFACTUEERS OF -
212 First and cor. Salmon Street. PORTLAND-
m FIRST STREET,
OPP. LADD & TILTON'S BANK.
Yon arc respectfully invited to call at the office of the
OREGON HOMESTEAD CO.
And examine ourliotof Properties, the finest and best
of which is -
Hawthorne's First Addition to Portland,
LOTS 50X100 FT. PRICES
Parties who desire to visit and examine this property wSl And oar agent and team ttmir at say
We also offer 100 10-acre tracts belonsine to
the Hawthorne estate at HiLx.saoao, Washington
ootimv, h nines west oi v oruauo, one nour s nae
bv rail, three times dally.
Tblsisto certify that the "Oreron Homestead
homwte,t, reqTiirinr Uitle, if any clearing, with
tnuies, u wvii s wtM pruu.icuun oi every vanetv ox grain ana lruics mat can De grown In Calfc
torn ! a, Oregon and Washington, and we have lovated tnereon. Said homesteads are situated on
the Washington side of the Columbia river, convenient to thch&ndinrof &d&ilr line at MArnm
sad opposite In Uotid Uiv.Tstation, ou the bne of the Union Pacific railway, US milea east of Ua
cltj of Portland. We cordially recommend our friends and others to join our colony.
There an now sixty settler in the colony and claims enonrh for 10 to 15 mora families,
and obtain lull particulars.
We are also locating a colony abont three miles
ou per acre. .
Also a colony at Hillsboro, Or. on 10 and 20-acr tracts at tlOO and S12S per acre,
40 acre farm 8 miles from St. Helens, all good
. . ,
We have the largest and moct valuable tracts
a. Wa wcaive none for snbdtvision or aale
dents of the district in which such lands aia situated. Ws receive none except such aa havSy a
absolute perfect title. .,
We have 200 5-acre tracts near PORTAKGELE8, WASH., an elegant tract far a colony 150 per
acre; 8,200 acres la a body near the above. X25 per acre. Very liberal terms.
fUUr nUiUC&lCttUS, Acres Each, PA0U MUI1. ;
We have for sale a beautiful fruit farm of a ISO
vation, fsiee fi.tjou. lermssi.xuueasn, naiance on time, with bou-ienoid lurmturs
horses, cattle, hogs, poultry, wagons aod everything snitable for a nrst-clasa
tann, 2,S0o. Terms, SS.oos cash, balance on time. Call and get , ,
IU acres fine cleared land near Roseburg, Oregon,
trees, to per acre, apenaia inut ana grain larm.
Ons 10-acre tract, near Port Angeles, S2S per acre, cash.
A party la forming here to visit the United
during the month of December, to be absent
are tsrsiirerlor to those ol California in 18W, without tne naraanips theu enilure-t. Tha
mines of Col-rrt-wbia exceed in richness any ever discovered to Calif oriila or NevaSa,
The climate Is just the same as In Calif srais, the farming lands ranj-inr la price front W
cents to fl per acre. Produce, any kind of fruit, grapes and grain gn.wu in California and
Oregon, in addition to coffee, cocoa aud all the tropical fruits..
. AilOTHEB PARTI.
Is formtngtoVistt San llesr aud tha City sf Knteaada, Lswer California In
lecembe., to spend the whiter, exploring the mines and examining the country with avlewot
locating a oolony of I'rst-elass farmers and fruit Miters. For full information, send S-eant stamp to
MR. GEORGE E.
Oregon Homestead Go.
nonce rott pubii.catiom.
Land Office at Oregon Citv, Or., October 8, 1881.
Notice is hereby riven that the following-
named minor heir of James Dooley. deceased,
has tiled notice of her intention to make final
proof iu support ot her claim, ana mat saia
proof will be made before the Register and Re
ceiver of the United .ctates Land Office at Ore
gon City, Oregon, on November 27, 1891, vis:
Formerly Jennie Dooley, one of the minor heirs
of James Dooley. .deceased, homestead entry
NO. 6730 lor tne se;t oi sec. s, ip s n, r a w, one
names the following witnesses to prove the eon
Unuous residence of James Dooley, deceased,
upon and cultivation of said land, via: Lewis
Piper, Frank M. Tompkins, John O. Tompkins
and Stephen Haines; all of Scappoose postotBce,
Columbia county, Oregon.
oI6n J. T. APPEBSON, Register.
Notice) ft Creoltwra.
Tha nnrleraicned bavins been duly ap
pointed administrator of tbs estate of
Joseph Dooley, deceased, all persons hay
ing claims against said estate are requested
to present the same to me at the law office
of Moors st cole, ai et. xieiens. v.uiumui
county, Oregon, within six months from
the data hereof. WILLIAM WBIOHT.
Administrator of the estata of JosepJ
Dated October 1, 1831. 2r30
Table and Pocket Cutlery
Dairy and Household
Cooking an d Heating
and Copper Ware,
$700 TO $850 EACH. TERMS
41 acres. Improved farm T miles south of Port
land, near Clackamas. Clackamas station, 8. V.
R. K., rood house, land all fenced, rood water,
km uuioer; price siau per acre, easy J
Whits fumoa. Wash, August SO. 18S1.
Comoanv" has secured for nit rami nd irll InMtM
tint-class soil, well adapted tu rralo and vere-
S. A. Capfs, 459 T st, Portland.
W. J. Ko La, 2S Oak st, Portland.
W. J. Baths, eor. Front and Hall sta., Portland.
Cu-as. H. G'hiuson, 271 Fourth St., Portland.
O. t. Cook, eor. Fonrth and J nts., S. Portland.
C. B. Blackwsll, eor. 4th and Jts,K. Portland.
M. W. KiNCAin, 2S Porter St., Portland.
T. Pisbcs, eor. Third and Ash sta., iortlaad.-
from Port Angeles. Five, 10 and aOeere tracts
land, creek running through Uie ceutar aplaQdid
0 ' :.:;
ol land fn the states of Oresrwn and W emit tat -
that we cannot have endorse;! hv tha laar1lii iv&t-
acres, SO acres mirier fence, M acres under culti
nearly all level, dotted with beautiful oak
States of Celwmbla. Month America.
three or four months. The inducements offered
PLACE, Care of our office,
PurtlsmH Orwsmn. A V a (trsaMsMaaar fbaytta.
Bnncb School : Capital But. Oounoa, ttrOMB, Origan,
banwmurtMM of ul7, hum nam oi UUioii.
- " T. - r. i ii (.
S"ln action throuahout the n sr. Sic Sua atLatti
tea at any time. Uatalogue frufi otbe' Ssm t
Notice is hereby given that I, ths under
signed administrator of the estateof Dennis
F. Murphy, deceased, hare filed with ths
clerk of the county court of Columbia
coanty. Stats of Oregon . my report and
final account of said ejtate, and thai ths
judge of eaid court has fixed Monday tbs
7th day of December. 11. at 10 o'clock A.
M. of said day, and the court room of said
court as the time and place for lbs bearing
of said report and account, at which time
snd plooa any and all persons interested
B. P. GRAHAM,
Admlniitrator of to estate of lxnnii
Murphv, deceased. -Dated
October 30, 1891,. . . o30n27