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THE OREGON MIST.
RCBflcmrnoY, im n year.
Rt. Iicur, NovtMBtt SO, 1891.
Twit man who would m moot ms
resAtul it tho mm tbat lay solid
fiwndaiton to build Upon and tho
Hick to it. Waving ovary body 1m
business alona bnt hia own.
VlLUKB, In tiia apMrh in Portland
Mid tli Union rrlno railroad wa
doomed, and intimated that th govern
rnsnt would hava to Uka it lor th
dabt dna it in a few ywrs. Probably
when the government gU In tba rail'
mad bailors then wilt be lew acbtm
ing, Irs talking, leaa vitortion, and
greater prosperity to the railroad and
tho people Pendleton East Ore-
jRonian. .. .
Tug announcement of tba engage
mant of Senator Mitchell'a daughter
to a French "duke" will not inapira any
great admiration for tba young Udy
good aenao among Oregoniana or any
body ebe on this aide of tba water. He
ia only a toy duke anywaya, relio of
tba titnea before France aroee to the
dignity of a republic It U only among
the wy weak minded and extremely
ehallow people in America that any
eortot espect ia entertained for empty
8kCKKTAiT Rusk, in hi third anniul
report, estimate! the increaae in the
value of tba agricultural product over
leat year to be not leaa than 9700,000,-
000. lie autea tbat during the firat
three month of the present fical
year the ex porta in cereal aggregated
76,000,000, adding tbat lb indication
now are tbat the ex porta tiiia year will
largely exceed those of any previous
year. He note an increaae, by some S28.-
000,000, ia the import of agricultural
product during the firat lea month.
The secretary eayv:
Wi eee by the Fget Bound paper
they are (till antagonistic towarda the
commerce of the Columbia, and des
cribe the entrance aa anasfe fur any
sea-going Teasel The fact ia, the dif
ficulties in eoocectioa with tits bar
have been removed, and the firer is
rood harbor sa nay oa the crass. The
press of oar asichboring stats claim
tbat the Bound ha reeeived the Urg
est portioa of the wheat export of tbs
North weal this seaaon ; but with an
open river nearly all tba grain raiaed
would seek a market by way of tba Col
umbia rirer, and this win be realised
ia a few years.
Ir ever a stats official waa kept on
tbs grid -iron, it ta Lieutenant Governor
Laughton, of Washington. He is
waged from soma quarter all the
time. First, they have him resigned ;
then bound to atiuk to bis office; and
wow there ia a disc union aa to whether
or not a epecial session of the legiabv
turn could end hi official ule; witb a
preponderance of legal opinion ia the
affirmative. To say tbs least, bia lot
cannot bs a very happy one, unless, as
may bs the case lie has made, in hie
ewa mind, a margin for all that may
be said, and coo aiders tbat ia the end
tbs books will balance in bis favor a
bstweea honors and abuses.
Tba Oregontaa, at gieat expense,
has prepared a sectional map of Ore
gon, and offers it as a premium for
subscriptions to the Weekly Oregon ian
Tba map is corrected np to data, is
40x50 inches ia aixe; scale, six mflos
to tba inch. It ia neatly finished and
on rollers, ready to haog op on tbe
watt. Tbi ia the finest map of Oregon
ever iasned, and should be in every
household ia ths stats. Anyone Bend
ing f 3.00 will receive tbe Weekly Ore
gonian for fifteen months (if tbe sub
scription is received prior to January
1, 1892,) and one of these maps as s
vramium. Tbs Dries of tbs man with
out ths paper is 1100. Ad res: Ore-
fonian Publishing Co.. Portland, Or.
THE bridge question is about all
vou can bear on tbs streets of Port
land these days. It is an actual fact
tbat the people of that city will walk
a mil to save five cants. Ths free
bridge at Madison street get sll the
travel, and at the Morrison street
bridge there is no sign of activity ex
cept ths street railway's . business.
last Friday there crossed on tbe free
bridge over 1000 teams and over 4000
pedestrians, making a total of about
f 450, had tbs regular fare been char
ged. This amount, daily saved to tbe
people of tbs two cities, the principal
portion of which are day laborers, ia
better laths bands of those who are
tbs boos and sinew of tbs country
than to tbs' rich corporation who have
not hesitated to demand about 100 per
. cant, on thair investment. Portland
should either buy the Morrison street
bridge or else build one ia ths vicinity,
say about Oak or Pine street. Asa
matter of fack there is at present
enough bridges across ths river at Port-
)a'nd ; but sons of them are of auffi-
cisnt strength or capacity. Tbe com
merce of the city is greatly damaged
by lbs bridges. Thestsmers charge
10 each for towing ships through tbs
draws 139 for ths three and this
prevents vessels of Urge capacity from
going to ths upper part of ths city.
XhP7 will not pass through ths bridges
if it is possible to avoid it.
The Aphis and Scat.
Several specimen of vegetation at
taked by llu woolly aphis were shown
at The Telegram offioethia morning by
W, H. Brown, of Seattle. Among the
specimens ws a branch of an apple
Use, which wa littcrally covered with
thousand of .these diminutive creat
area. It appeared to be covered with
an ancrescence of a purple color, but
thi use of a magnifier at once reduced
this to a struggling nuts of newts,
very much similar to thecomon tumble
bugand all busily engaged in devouring
their part of the branch. They multiply
very rapidly and numerous young one
were mingled with the others in their
sttempts to obtain food. Thi insect
attack only the bark and aap, and
produces large knots over the entire
tree, in time resulting iu its death.
Specimen of the San Jose scale were
also shown ; this Insect infests the
limbs of the tree, together with the
fruit, and causes death within from
three to five years. It is similar to
mildew ia appearance. Professor
Brown has been experimenting' for
some time with the intention of effect
ing a remedy tor these two evil, lie
baa been eminently successful in aev.
era! instance, and has succeeded in dis-
troyiug at least 93 per cent. of the ver
min in the localities treated. His mode
of treatment i withheld at present, as
it is bis intention to be thoroughly as
sured of it success before placing it be
fore the public Telegram.
mrs. a. ax. iicnenor returned on
Monday after a week absence in
Mr. Hunt of the harness shop has
moved into the Abbie Bryant house
on Nehalem Avenue.
One evidence of Clatskanie'a
gresa ia found ia the street lamps
which now light up tba city at night.
Mrs. Elisa Cease from Wisooaain ia
visiting her sister Mrs. F. C. Oate.
Joha Wanburg has returned from a
years absence in Sweden, tbe home of
bis youth. lis left ws a bachelor, but
returns a benedict bringing with him
a wire and sister. Bo ths country fills
0P !.' -
Tba school board baa secured title
to tba block of ground for a new school
bouse from all the heirs of ths Erytnt
estate that live ia thia vicinity, and
hope before long to bs able to give a
contract for ths erecting of tbe
Last Wednesday evening tbe brass
band made its firat appearance ia pub
lic and showed as what they expect to
do "la tbe sweat by and bye."
A Cbristasas Cantata is on bands
as one of the holiday attractions tor
tbe younger folks.
On Friday evening tbe literary and
musical entertainment for benevolent
purpose waa given in Uonyer ball.
The programme waa an excellent one
and was given in good atyl all the wy
through asceeding anything of ths
kind wittnessed here for years. Ths
niueio was generally of a good class
and well rendered, while ths recitations
showed evidences of careful prepara
tion and were spoken with ancli artio
ulation and clearness aa to make them
very acceptable. An hour and a half
of a programme of this kind was suc
ceeded by a lupch to which alt present
were invited to partake. The invita
tion was cordially given and coulially
responded to and an hour whs spent
in sociability around the festive board.
Among those present, Mrs. J. Mnckle
and Edwin Ross, from the county seat
added to the evenings entertainment
by a . recitation and assistance in
music greatly to the pleasure of lh
audience. They are invited to come
again and bring others with them.
Your 8teward Creek correspondent
may mention the death and burial of
Mr. Elisa Sutter, who passed awsy
gtu"dir morning and wa buried
Monday at the burial ground near her
home. She was an aged and respected
woman and lived with her husband
who survives her about 6S year. She
was born iu 1SU, hence was 77 year
of age at her death. Two aona and a
married daughter, Mr. Harvey Tingle,
lived near and did all they could dur
ing the t w days of her illness to make
her com lor table. She wa s good woman
and will be greatly missed, though her
work seemed to be done. Her husband
tome 5 years older than she, will feel
the loss severely, aa she waa always
looking out for hia comfort.
Mr. M. L. Thompson who hsl charge
of Dr. Halls drug store during his ab
sence last summer, came in on the
Shaver Monday evening.
A pleasing svsnt ia the social life
of Lost Creek occurred on Friday, No
vember 13, being th celebration of ths
70th anniversary of ths birthday of
Mr. C. 8. R. Washburn, who lives
eight miles southeast of Rainier. Tbe
friends sod neighbors gathered ia with
well filled baskets, snd a vary enjoy
able time was had. Among those pre
sent were Mr. and Mrs. Ilolsappla, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Kyaer, Mr. and M s.
W. L. Kyer. Mr. and Mrs. Graham.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Snyder. Mr. and Conrad Ray. Mrs.
Richards. Mr. Dtuan, Mis Emm
Hendrickson and Miss Stella Hot
apple. The total number was forty-four.
At 2 o'clock s bountiful dinner was
spread and the time pleaaan tly spent
until evening, when they se Derated, all
feeling that they bad enjoyed them
selves welL It was intended to pre.
sent Mr. Washburn with a hssdsome
rocking chair, but after conferring
together, a neat sum of money wss
msde up, and presented to him to buy
a present for himself.
Great credit I due to Mr. Jennie
A Pure Cream
TATLoara owe sroow.
Ceatalas Alaas aad Aaawaia.
Dr. Price gives larger and fuller cans than those
of any other Baking Powder manufacturer.
Above cut represents the comparative size of one pound can each
'Dr. Price's," Royal" and "Taylor's One Spoon." These cans were
set side by aide, then photographed down fn exact proportions to
admit the plate in this apace. Ask your grocer to set a one pound
can of any other brand alongside 1 lb. Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powder, and observe the difference, as illustrated above.
Adulterated powders may usually be detected by their heavier
bulk, its shown by the small cans, and these scantily filled, otten
containing a circular to help fill out the cans. It is a singular fact
that many of the ammonia and alum baking powders are advertised
as "Absolutely Pure," All official examinations prove tnat t wouia
be safe to reject all powders labeled absolutely pure. ' ;
The economy in using Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder doe
not consist alone in the fact that much larger and fuller cans are
given, but Dr. Price's is a stronger, purer and more wholesome bak-
ing powder than any other known. Does better work, and goes
farther, hence more economical in every way. .
What woman would use an ammonia or alum baking powder if
she knew it? Such powders not only undername xno neaiia, out
ammonia gives to the complexion a sallow and blotched appearance.
, Dr, , Price's Cream Baking Powder is reported by all
uthoritie$:aa'free from ammonia, alum, lime, or any other
adulterant. The purity of thi ideal powder has never been
Kefu all substitute. They may conceal ammonia or aiura-
Graham, who originated the affair,
and to Mra. C. R, 8. Waahburn, who,
assisted by Mra. IUy, Mra. Richards
and Mies Gertie Washburn, so pleas
antly entertained tbe company.
CLARK DIBBI.KK At tits rtaldsmwof
th brlrie'a parents tat Rainier, Friday,
Nuvaiuuer 13, by Kev. Win. Travis, Mr,
Andrew Clark to Miss Kill Hi nibble.
Bt'TTKR At Blsward Creek. 8at.ir.Uv,
morning, Nov. It, air. Kltia tttittsr,
aged n years.
BROWN tn Weaver, vallev November 10.
tli infant son of Mr. arid Mm. William
llrosrn, of Apinry.
,.i .. -j essfsssBmmssgffxfsm
Rpsctaasa Casea. v
8. It. Clifford, New Cassvl, .WI., war
troubled with Heuralgia and Rheumatism,
hia Stomach was dinordertil, hi Uvs uf
affected to an alarming degree, appctltv
fell away, and he was terribly reduced tn
and rtrsiiKth. Three bottle of Elec
tric Bitter cured htm.
Edward Slitplierd, Harrisburp, III., had
a running sure on hU Kg of eight years'
standing. Used Hires bottlvs of Ktcvtrtr
Bitters and seven box of Uucklln'a And
re Halve, and ills lrg is sound and well
John Speaker, Oatawba. O , had nv large
Fever sores on hi leg, doctors said h wsi
incurable. On bbttle Rlvrtrlc Hittm and
one box Bdcklen's Arnica Satv cured bin.
entirely. Sold at Edwin Rom' lrug 8 tort.
ssualews Avsiten valve.
Th D Salve la th world tor Cuo. Bruises,
Sores, Utrers, Salt Kheum, Fever Sam. Tetter,
Chapped Hud. Chilblain. Cora aad all Mktn
Emotions, and positively eurt Piles, or o pay
required, it ta guaranteed to civs perfect sails-
lartioa, or aiotMjr refunded, prlc cent per
bos. Far Sal Bv Edwin Rosa.
At Scappooae Bh-oupshlr Bucks aad
Hertford Btotk. Call on or addr,
W. W. WEST.
olQnS) Scappooae, Oregon.
TUB STEAM Ka.
I now making regular roans
GAK POINT TO PORTLAND
Daily Except Wednesdays,
Lvme OAK POINT,.
" 8TKI LA .....
" KAlAMA ...
, BT. HELK
Aaaivuro rOKTLAND. .
...4 40 A. M.
, .11:00 "
Aaaivt BTBLLA ....
ITS CATJ3E3 AND CUBE,
(Scientifically treated bv an anritt of world
wide reputation. Uealiieis eradicated and
entirely cured, of from 30 to JU years' stand
ing, after all other treatments have failed
Hoar the difficulty is reached and th caust
removed fully explained In circulars, witb
affidavits and testimonials of cures from
prominent people, mailed free.
DR. A. FONTAINE, Tscoma. Wash.
STATE 07 OREGON, I M
County of Columbia
By virtue of an execution Issued out of
Uie louniy voors oi ine mate or vregon, s
m directed, in fsror of Everding A rarrvll
and against J. v. nevu. jr., sou jonn w
BevLi. for the sura of S44.1 5t. judgment
wl:h Interest front tbettbday of Soveinber.
ItSt. at 8 per cent, per year, and th further
aura of tl HQ eou and accruing rusts;!
did, on th 13th day of November. 1KJI.
duly levy upon sll ths eatat, right, title
nd interevtof the above natned deieiidant.
J. W. Bevis,)r.. and John W. Bevia, in and
to ibe following-described real property, to
wit: That portioa of Hunter s bonstion
Land Claim lying west of Deer Island
Biougb, in eeetione 25 and 30, townships,
range 1 and 2, containing 2b7 acre, mors or
lesa, together with all ih hereditament
and appurtenance tberaumo belongiug or
in any wis appertaining, now in pursu
ant of Mid execution. I will, on th lMli
dsv of Dtccmber. 1H0I. at th hwr of 10
o'clock A. M., at th Conrtbouse door in
said munt v and atate. sell the sbov-drs
eriled intereota of said defendant in and to
aid r.ai prumrty at public auction to tbe
Iil2heat Diaoer ror can. or eo niucn
thereof as will sstisfy aaid execullon. In
terrs.s and costs. W. A. MEEKER,
Bheriff of Colombia County, Orevort.
Dated November U, laOt. u'4M18
STATE OF OREGON. 1
C'nnntv of Columbia. I
Bv virtue of decree and order of sale. Is
sued out of tbe Circuit Court of tbe Slat of
Oregon, for th County of f olunibis, to me
directed. In favor of James Mu, kle Jr.. and
CUnrle Muckle. co-partners, doing busiues
aa Muckle Brothers, iilsintiffs. and against
Charles W. Blakeslry. Walter Blkesly.
Lena Blakesley. Kendsll Blakealey, Eugene
Biaaeaicy ana ry divk-j,
i .k. A i anThinund One Hundred
and Hlxty-two Dollar. (2,UK 00), and the
further sum oi iwemj-wia. ..
Bve Hundredths ), Dollars coata and
dUbtirsements. and accruine eot. com
mamiing in tolevy upon and mak sal of
tba following de-tcribed real property,
to-wlt: Lota numbered ten (10), eleven (II)
and twelve ( 12) in b o k numl er eleven (11)
a I Jl tt, Tlalane. rira. Alsn
ths following: Commencing at a point
which bear nonn evniy-iur im
.i.i.... ..M..tM mmt. two hundred and
seventy (270) links from the eorner of lot
fourteen li ar-o "" "
(10), in the town of 8t. Ualeiia, Oregon, and
in a right line with the diritioo line of aaid
, . . , 1 . , mrA tHn ilA. KiiH run.
nlng thence north seveoty-four degree and
thirty minutes east nimy-awvon iw , iin
decrees end seven minute esst with low
water ms .'k eigbty-elxbt (88) links; tbeno
south seventy-four degrees and thirty
minutes west wny-one vi i wnt
t..... klnnin. in tAwnshin rrinr
(4) north, rang on l)wfit '" Wi I
aineite meridian, and being tide land In
front of seclfin lure i m .uwn.u.i,
. j ..... 1 1.. ih. aindivlded one.half
(U)of tlie'nortliwest quarter () of the
northeaxl quarter -"-
(18). In township five i (6) north, rang ens
Y.J'-. .k. ..M meridian. Also lot
number flfteen (to) in block number ten
( 10) in ths aalil town oi ou nn iu
ColumMaeountv. State of Oreson. togaher
with all the tenement and improvtmeot
hf7uTy levied open said premise on th
27th day of October. 1881.
order of aale. I will, on Saturday ths Mtb
davof Uovembsr. itwi, s no sour wi
scribed real pftrtierty at publi ' 'cllon to
the lilguest omuer in.iv ,
iatify W decree and order of sal and
cost. ... r- !i'
Boeriff oi v"inmoiai.omj.
ami fionnw Minityn iw im.ain noT;Hjy.faA
140 FIRST STEEET 140
UNDER T1IK OILMAN 110U8K.
Are now prepared to offer their Keiiowiisd A I i-Wool floods at a Great I ted action
(mm former pib-e. In tiunnrclioii ailb our All-Wool Clothing from tbs
Albany Woolen Mills we have secured from th moat prominent Ki.tern and
Foreign Mills all th Latest Dclgiwi. W warrant all our guuda a Uoswal and
Lot g. SOOO.
Psrk tlray Twml lliilu...
striped Worslsd Mulls
eoicn inevuH buiim......m.m
Units Plnld Hull. ..
Mottled Cheviot Suits
ilrayilhevk Hulls... ...... ...
rsnor ( ftfvioi suits ,
Brown Tweed Hulls......
Lai Ne. SO 10,
Rrowa Ohevlot Pulls. ,
rialil C.l mitre Hulls ......... ,
fancy Cassl mere Suits,...
Hrviwn ira tvn...... ..
ranev lliirrlnr Hun 8ulls...
Veluur Fared iulis...-
Uray Tweed Suits.
I.st No. 1040.
Rrawn ChK'k Bulls
fheck Casstmeis heavy Mull
Htiied I'anlnter heavy suits
ilrav Choviiit, heavy. Suits...,,
nrowa cnevini, nesvv muu...
Heavy blue Twel Mulls. .,
Miai k ami Whit Mtted Css-
L,at Ne. SOSO.
Brown ftrtit Wonted Suits
Hl'k Dlatunal Hulls ,
niaek Corkscrew Hulls.
Heavy Hlue Mellon Sulla
Heavy rtierk Cs.slmere Hulls
raney Wi.t Wal Worsted
Brown Flalil Worsted Sulls.....
Dark Brown Cheviot Sulls.
Lot IS. 00.
Panev Check Cswltner suit
striped Cawlmere heavy suit
Iters Uray t'hsolnt tails
Drab Tweed veiour anUh
Psnoy tMslmei suit.
Fanev Worsted suits
H Mixed CsMlreer sulta ...
Basket I'hers Csuluer suits
Urowa Tweed suit,...,
i.ot is, aosu.
Vsiural dray Caaslmers, D
Drown Cheviot -touch suits...
Uark Bruwn Tweed sulls..
Dark Uray Tweed, Xl-ounc
Park Hlu. s)usre eul, suits .
Black Wursud suits..
ran Twd, 4 ounc guods,
XXX Hoi Tweed sult
At $ 8 GO
At 10 00
At 12 00
At IS CU
At 14 50
At 15 00
tat Ns. tfXlO.
Blsek Wide Wsle ulu.,.,.
Ulu wlile Wal Hus.,..,
Brown Mellon Hulls,,,,. ....,.,
Kaiu'yChei'k Cheviot uii,.
Irk (Irsy Worsled sulls,
Blsvk t'orksirew suits,,.,.,.,,,,)
Black IHsntHisI suits.
I.ws Na. tin 9.
Park Brown Tweed sulls
Ileavr lllaw l'lvllllv aiitu.-
Hirl taiK'y Worsled suite ,.
sirs Heavy nark uray Ca
Plaid Wursled, neat patera
Broken Plaid Worsled suits
Silk allied Worsted sulls.
Lstl No. fOSO.
Black Wld Wsl sulls
Fanev Is hliMHird sulls ,,
Pine lral Kerrey sulls.......
Fla Wnrsied Herxe
lrk (Irsy WonlMt iilts..u..
Ileavv Hlu Hearer sulls ..,
HI Ik Mlted Cawimer suits,.
Fanes I'luld Wor.lwi suits.. .
Hmalt Chin k Worsted soil..
liain Brown MkIiou sulls
Kstra Heavy XX Cassliatre
suits. u.-u... .....,..
i.t r. sono.
Dark Oray valuur Kng . Caasl
, .v.e .una ......., , .. ..
Iu Black Worsled (Reeks)
mark Cheviot WH) suits
Park Brown Mellon sulls . ..
Park Fsnrv WorsieJ suits
Fancy Baill Snake sulls
ttrrellsh llerrlne B.ui sulls
Neat Park C becked Worsted
Fancy Plaid Worsted suits ..
HlrallitStrt Wonted sull.
Katra Quality Corkscrew suite
Lei ja. tlUO.
XXX X veiour Black Cheviot
F.slra Heavy Wide Welesolia
Fancy (tinned Worsted salla,
Boisad Wld Wals. tslra.....
Heavy Whip Curd sulls
Black I'latd Wonted, Square
rut, suits ,
lUrrlng Bon Strip WorsU 4 At
Prsb Kersey sulu.......
Rial Kry sulls
Heal Brown sulls ..........
Hlu Thibet, air patera suit
Ba.ket Worsted suits........
Ilsavy Plaxonal sulls
fork Oray Worsled sults..
At $10 00
At 17 50
At IS 00
At 20 00
J. M. MOYEll & CO.,
Successor to Brownsville Wo dsn Mill,
140 FIRST STREET, CORNER ALDER, PORTLAND
BiniOTlYY ONK CRICK. NO DKVIATIOtf.
THE RETAIL MERCHANT is the necewwy
Medium of Trtvde between the Miuiufitcturr
and the Consumer, He must protect the interest
of his customers by purchasing iD the lowest snd
and best markets, and by selling to his patrons
at the Lowest Possible Prices.-
. PROPRIETOR OF THE OLD ST. HELENS STORE,
In keeping these true principles of trade always in
view ; often leaves the old track and strikes "across
lots" for Bargains for his customers. His stock of
Is being enlarged by New Goods Every Day.
It Is not ennven's-it to nsm th msny different srttcles ktt
on sale, aM from Drv Oonde.CI thing. Lsdles" Wer Osmlemen's
Wear. Head Wear, foot Wear, Moor nd F.-ed, Ororer' and Can
ned Goods, Nail and Hardware. Crockery and Olawwar. Oranrs
and Tinware. Powder and Shot. Hat snd Cape, Uoo-a and 8b,
Palent Medir In!", Toilet Articles, etc.
THE PORTLAND JEWELER.
IMrOItTKK AKD 0F.ALER IN
Watches, Jewelenr, and Optical Goods.
Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing.
Orders from the Country Solicited.
165 First Street Between Morrison ond Yamhill. Portland, Or.
Dealers in all Kinds of
, Li fields.
Paints, Oils, Glassware, Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps.
Dry Goods and Groceries,
FEED AND HAY.
General :-: Merchandise.
ST. HELENS, OREGON.
Portland Seii ft"
f,F. W. MILLER, Mgr.,)
Fertilizers, Ecs Sollies,
Spraylzj Appinis and
Material, Pcsitrj -
Sapplics, Etc., Etc.
171 ffscontl Si. Portland, Or son.
Semi fur CsUlogtre. , ncvlO-Gin
Sale of Stock!
rher will U sold st Mayaer," Orrfoo, tn
December 19, at aRM.,
Seventy Share of th Capital Stock of tlx
Green Creek Limbering utf
Of Ma.virer. Orefon. Wper ent, of vrl.lch
1 paid up. Thee shares wilt b sold n ds-
isuit 01 payisssui oi sn asstssiuent of 10 wr
cent, dost du. ,
G. C. L. & M. Co.
II. HENDERSON, 8ec.
C. It HART,
St. Helens Meat Market
Fresh and Salted Meats, Sausajt, Fish
,nd vrgetabl ,
Urata by wbotessl at ptJ rat,
rp-s wsiton run In sll psri si tova,
and chart ra-nsbl. . .
THE MODEL SALOON.
J. 8. (L0M.NGER. Prep'r.
T. HELENS, . . . OHEOOX.
Honors and Cigars. Beer 5 Cts.
BilUrd and Pool T.tU.
forClM aoommodalioa of F(tod
)o I ilnn
OF COURSE YOU DO.
SCOII BEING TUB CASE, It twbaov
yon to find th rusk delrslle plaes ts
purchase rour InvigHrstsr."
Kp oonilsntly set Issnd Iks fasuoo
Cuban Blossom Cigars.
Tbs fnesl lias of Wines I Jailor tad
Clgnr ti bs found this sld ol fort'
land. And If yon wish to
snRaK In Rsms of
POOL OR BILLIARDS.
They ran asur yon that thsy hava tba
best tabl in town. Earythin( new and
neat, and yoar patronsfe t r.pttlMily
Ml. Ueltn. Oreson.
V V SssasaHst lareraMtts aast a.
1 srMSW Ik Ms,Sawla Unw !" f
f OMsM rstssH. Csswms, ml
T1I0S. COOPER, Propt,
ST. HELENS, - - - OREGON
Cjms Noble's W<i
U0S STOCK or
Excellent Wines, Uqusrs tni
-irr coirminiv or hsitd.-
An Excellent Foul and Billiard
FOR THE U8E Of PATRONS.
t . .Clfl VS A CALL. 1
CABINETS 1160 PEE DOZEN.
CARDS. $1.00 PEE DOZEN.
Ifj7 tni W, Pint Sire, Pdfttafid Or.