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THE OREGON M 1ST.
KT. HkI.KNK, lK('KMIIKIt 11, 1M1.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A lull line of rubber goodi t N. A.
Edwin Uot hu ordorod it large iu
nlv of Christmas goods.
( losing, flr.t class bt ,,n,ity
at l'rry'. UoiiUon.
Doii't fail W read the railroad propo-
Itiou In another column in una issue.
During the mtmtU of NovcimIn-i the
ralofull at Xi"t wm over nliiotuoi.
Indies, mora than ever known, during
the Mine month bufore.
It la said tliat during the storm on
Monday the wind blew down a school
liouie ne.ir ImCeiitcr, Waalt,, and killed
The John Went oa:w up Wfdnewlay
eveolug with Blaiichaid'a pile driver
for the purpnMi of driving iumu piling
for Muckle Bros.' wharf.
We are informed of the marring of
the puraor of the steamer, Mascot, on
Monday morning at 0 a. in. Klhr
rarly Jn the nuiniing to commune
A marriago license waa instied lust
Halurday by clurk tjuitik. to W. 1),
t'mn4land Kato Hwagi-r, both well
William H. Bradon, of tho Tfilmlrim
Journal, took a "squliil" at the county
vat while on bia way to Portland hut
For rain continual downpour of
rain the past week hat broken all
provlous record! In the history of thi
Tobacco, cigars, notiooi, etc., at
Th eteamer Iralda met wiih an ao
rMent In the elough near Rocky Point
laat Friday, fa backing out from
White' landing lier pmpelior struck a
nag, thereby spritinig her "ha'
However, ahe aa able to make her
regular trip down Batnrday eveniug
after being taken back to Portland and
Rend the advertiaement of W. J.
Muckle & Co., Rainier, in another
Judge Hwitttcr returned Saturday
from a few day' trip In the vicinity of
Itt-uhvn. Uoblo and Rainier, wbure hv
lnul bw)M looking up Insurance mat-
If fct, Helena ia to do any cile-
bmting on Christmiu U la high tin
aotnotlitug was Mug done in prepa
Kv. B.iuman,of Rainier, dtlivered
a very able sermon in Ht, lluluua Ban
day night Ust.
Worn Pedro, ex-emperor of Brasil,
dud in Pari laat Friday night.
Muckle Co. have bocu putting in
it fine assortment of jewelry and have
ordered a handsome plate glass allow
aae in which to display it, A printed
five year guarantee will be given with
ach article sold, thia certainly ought
to give confidence iu the quality of
flhould you rome to town and hap
n to got "one more reef In your aail"
than you think yonr wife will approve
of, jtnt aquare it up by buying bar a
preaent of a piece of jewelry at W. J.
Muckle Coa., flveyoare guarantee
with each article.
Mr. IXlnian ha! received eight
Hunda of jieaeh atonea frm Zatiey,
oue of tbe Western mountain oountiet
t4 tforth Carolina. Dr. Jamea A. Ray,
ul Mist, Oregon, ordered them collected
ad aent by some of hia relative who
live there. The selection haa beeu
made from the beat seedling pcachca
growing iu the mountain valley, and
the object ie to find a hea thy peach
nulled to thii climate.
If you wish to present your friend,
your mother, your sister, or aomubody
else's sister, with a Christina prevent
:all at tho drug store and examine the
took of holiday good.
Mauy year practice ha?e Riven C
A. Snow A Co., Solicitor of Patent,
at Waahington, P. C, unurpBod
uoceaa iu obtaining patent for all
claaae of inveutfona. They make s
ipecialty of rejected caaca, and have
nocured allowance of many patunta
that had been provioualy rejected.
Their advertisement i:i another col
tiinn, will be of iutcreat to Inventors
lataute, manufacturers, aud all who
luive to do with patent.
The mortar bed In the county
road between St. Iletona nd CoUtm
tia City, are ald to be almost Impana
nblo. Tho practice of waiting until
tho fall ruina begin, to work I lie roadu,
ia absurd. Throwing lootto dirt on tho
top of mud only tends to make the
mud deeper, and tho work had better
never be done than dona in this man
On Wednesday evening a meeting
of tho citizens of St. Helens was held
in the courthouse for the purpose of
Arranging for a Chcuitmna true. Mr.
Hwagor culled the meeting to order,
fter which it waa decided to have a
dliriatmaa tree in the church house
on the evening of December 24. Com
mittee were appointed- to 'make all
ticccaaiu-y arrangements. f If thfc Com
niiiUMi unnoliuotl nil Uko an kiiiihI
' iutufst In tlio preparation! , the tree
will be a aucceas beyond a doubt,
Such a thing a a failure in a Clirlnt'
nma trie waa never known in St
Mia Eva Archbold, of Hillnboro, is
vUiting her aialer Mr, J, R. Rueglu in
Fred llrunh was unforlunute enough
to out hi fixit hint week and i now
keeping August Knits compnny who
meet with a similar accident a few
Sheriff Meeker paid tho town a brief
visit lint Wednesday.
Judge Ward, late ol Indiana, came In
on the Shaver lust week and spent a
couplu of d.iys In town forming the
acquaintance of our citizens. lie pro
poae locating in Portland to practice
law and will no doubt succeed well an
ho is a very clever gentleman and has
had an extensive legal experience
Oeorge Murray relumed on Friday
from a two weeks visit up the valley of
An Invoice Is being taken of the
gooda in the Edaerum tro, prepara
tory to turning the stock over to the
new proprietors, Nickolx & Kellny.
Postmaster Cupt, M. Nickulu, is now
WednenUy evening was made the
occasion for another social dance in
honor of Mii Conyers' birthday.
The citixena" meeing called for Sat
urday evening waa fairly well attvndid
after the bra baud gathered in front
of the hall and played a couple of pieces
to remind tbe forgeifull one of what
was going on. A. M. Tichenor was
called Ui tho chair and Dr. Hall ap
pointed secretary. The ehuir an
nounced tliat tuo meeting wa canon
for the purpoie of endeavoring to
obtain the aubacriptions In cash, labor,
or material, tuflkient to build a new
mcIiooI hoti-o ia thi district without
the assoment of adilitiouul tax or
bonding tbe district fot indebtedness
incurred. Them was a free euterchungc
of opinions but no difWatice aa to the
propriety of avoiiling induoletiniiess if
Mitilio. A cominuice wa apoinled
to circulate n oubxbription paper and
about KK in labor material and cash
was subacribed at the meeting.
A. Myers received intellegence on
rlaturduy of the death of his grand&on,
Freddie. son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Stout
at Scaview Waah. The boys death oc-
curcd on Wednesday but the newa.
owing to some defective arrangement
did t reach here untill Saturday
Mr. Myvra left for Seavlew the ilrst of
Supprises will never cease; and one
of them came to us the past mk in
the report of the marriage of Ed Mc
Cture and Miss Nellie Edgetton. Rut h
an event canuot be said to have been en
tircly unexected, but to have a couple
slip off quietly to the residence of a jus-
lice of the pcaca who lives oat of town
and get man led and then keep it quiet
for a day or two is an unusual way of
doing such thing, and the surprise
come iu wher we Kam that it ia all
over aud we did not know it was com
ing off so soon. Since Justice Lee
declare they are married, and since
the couple blush and duo 't deny it, the
best wishes of their many frionda and
they are many go out for their hap
piufss and success. The new couple
are spending their honeymoon and
will be at home to their frienda on
tbe Janiea Burr farm where applea aud
cider will be dealt out geueroualey to
all who call.
Ed Page and wife expect to reside
in town where Ed will be employed to
take charge of the store of Nickels St
Co. " :. .'
Another wedding took place on
Sabbath at the school house on Steward
creek not ao q tiet a the oue noticed
above. Rev. Coal united D. J. Barnes
and Blanche L. Jones youngest daugh
ter of Mr. and Mia. Charles Jones of
Beaver. Our brans bund felt impelled
to go over and add their musical tribute
to the occasion which they did accom
panied by Miaea Nora Bullow and
Hiillio Conyer. The supposition is
that they had a good time for their
voices could be heard inaongorthrough
their horn for a mile or more as they
wended their way bock home in the
evening. They report they were not in
time for the ceremony at the school
house but were in time for the exer
cises at the house about uoou.
Tho Shaver gave u an early call
Monday aud slipped off agaiu for
Last Sunday night and all day
Monday was Very atormy' here, being
the heaviest Bturni we had thi win
Rev. M. Burlingiune preaohod here
lust Sunday according to appointment,
Mr. C. II. English is so improved so
as to be up aud around. ,
Mr. E II. Oirty ha a picket fence
built around hit parents' grave. Mr
Lymnn Mori ill done tho work. It is
very appropriate and several others
should take example.
There la a rumor that all money tn
the bunds of school clerks the firxt
day of March next must be returned
to the county treasurer to ho appbr
tiitixul out tutxi year. Wu are in
j formed Unit there it no mch clause in
the school law. Will the county su
perintendent please give u legal in
formalio.if John Horgren, who lives out on the
Clutskanie river, close to Fichtel, is
manufacturing a wagon at present
An enterprise of this kind should do
well here. We know of several young
men in Nov Scotia who started busi
ness of this kind in less promising
place than here and have succeeded
in establishing a paying bunines.
There has been several new wagons
here of late, and several more are
wanted; there are but fow buggies
hero as yet, and thu farmers must Lave
buggies. A good carriage factory here
will be a good paying institution.
Three hundred and twenty student
have already enrolled this term, and
uew one arriving almost every day.
Tho Senior class, numbering forty-
three, last week finished their "final"
examination uu ten studies. The cluas
did fairly well, eleven failing to pass
tbe required grade, but some will no
doubt make it up on the remaining
eighteen studies. Columbia county's
repterentatives passed as follows: Miss
May West, 92 per cent., being thir
teenth in tho class, and Mr. W. II.
Powell 97 por cent, being the second
in the class.
The play given by the students at
the end of the last term was given
with credit to the performers.
School will adjourn for the Holidays
n Weduesday, the 23d iut.,andcom-
mence oil tuomiuy, Jan. aa, giving
about ten days vacation.
The new electric clock work splen
did, giving the signals for change of
recitation by ringing a small belt in
The Appolo olub of Albany gave an
eniertaiumcut Friday evening for tbe
benefit of the library. The receipta
were over $70.
John Lloyd Thomas, secretary ol
the National Prohibition Party, orgnn-
ixed a club of 103 member ou the 28ili
Tryon tramway broke about a week
ago aud Mr F. M. Hudson and Amos
Johnsou bad a very narro w ecae.
There was a burglar in the residence
of S. H. Tryon a few nights ago and
they had a very narrow escape of be
Mrs. W. J. Sanborn made a flying
trip to Portland lait week to see her
Mr Frank, Hudson is going to keep
bachelor hall thia winter on his place
Mr. Albert Sanborn bad a very severe
toothache laat week and had to go to
Portland acd have it pulled.
Freddie Winchester ha returned
home from Rainier this week where he
has been attending school thia winter
There was a very enjoyable Thanks
giving party at the residence of Mr. E
Smith in Beaver valley. Those present
were: S, II. Tryon, Henry, Nelson
Efnj Fentry, Lottie Nelson, Francea
Olcson, Mrs. Nelson, Emma Hendrick-
son, Lewis Hendriekson, Willie Miller
Susie Hudson, Mr. L. K. Hudson, Mr
aud Mra. Parcher, Johnie Winchester
Mr. and Mr. Winchester, Mr. and
Mrs. Kyser, Mr. Wagner, Annie Burns,
Aa-ness Burns. Mrs. Burn, Alviu
Burns, Bessie Smith, Dellia Smith,
George Smith, Miunie Parcher.
Mr. Learson i expecting his sister
ouUroin California soon.
Mr. Dean Blanchard had the mis-
fortur to lose a valuable team ol
horses last week hy a tree fulling on
them, killing both of them instantly,
and came near killing the driver.
Rainier ha done more building this
fall than any other town along the
W. J. Muckle A Co. have been re
modling their store lately, making it
considerably larger and more conven
ient than before. Muckle k Co. seem
to be alive and fully up with the limes,
preparing to supply the want aud
necessities of their many customers.
Business integrity is the sure road to
success, and these gentlemen seem to
be possessed of aonsideruble of both.
W. J. Duits la preparing to erect a
store building in Rainier proper, near
Muckle & Co., and will there conduct
a general merchandise business.
The town seem to have broken out
in butcher shops, there being three in
operation at present.
Judge Swilxor was in town last Fri
day Iu the Interest of his insurance
G. F. Moeck has heen sufferinu with
rheumatism, and has been tinder the
skillful treatment of Dr. Moore, of
The firm of Smith A Symons, gon
erul merchandise, is now running un
der full heud with a fair assortment Of
goods usually found in a general atore.
Dean Blanchard, with his pile driver,
hu been at work at Reuben lately
makinir some improvements to thu
wharf at that place,
The first snow fell on tho 1st of this
Andrew Doyle left thiscity for Cluts
kanie Sunday lust.
Messrs. Robert Frcoman of Hilln
boro, and Millers of California, are
guests of Mrs. Ella Qrahum thi week.
Mln Orphiu DaVey returned home
from Portland lust week.
Charlie McDonald attended the
dunce at Weslport and reported buy
ing had a good time.
Henry L. Colvin went to Portland
last week aud returned Saturday.
A social dunce was given at S. M.
Urulium's Thanksgiving evening.
Dancing was kept up until a late hour
when all returned ho-i e, after haviuv
had a good time.
The officers elected in the debating
society were aa follows: O. D. Suther
land, president; L. D. Graham, vice
president; Silvo Graham, aecretary;
Charlie McDonald, ergeant-at-arms;
Bill Graham, treasurer; Louise Gra
ham, editress, and Tildeu Graham,
There was an entertainment laat
Saturday evening at which the follow
ing programme was rendered :
Song by audience
Resiling ''Lips that touch liquor uliall
never toucb mine Hilvo Graham
ong "Tbe tSoldisr's Letter" .
Q V. Sutherland
Hesitation "Aunt Jemima's Court-
ahlp" Mabel Uruhatu
Rradlnn by A. 8. Graham.
Hong-'-Tlio 8sn Francisco Burxlar"...
Dlslogus "ft'ai the Man Kllltd?" ...
MIvo and Mabel Graham
Reading by t- D. Graham.
Tableau by James Wal'ace, Sllro Graham
Song "Grandmother's Lesson"
. . . Maliel and Louise Graham
Dialogue "Tbe Enrolling Otlicer" ....
Georgia, Louise, Mabel and tiilvo
Reading of the Marshland Journal Editreo.i
The mail-carrier reports having a
hard lime of it Monday on account of
tbe snow and trees across the road.
If it continues to rain much longer
the old saying will come true : "Take
a boat to find the Well."
I. W. Dctrick and crew left thin
place for the Lower Nehalem with a
raft of lumber last Sunday.
The pirly was all O. K. at Mr. Wil
kinson's lust Friday night. Dancing
was kept up until a late hour. Albert
look a tumble and they all went home
expressing themselves aa having had a
Some of the young people have been
attending the protracted meetings at
Vernonia the past week.
An article from Pittsburg to the
Nehitlcm Journal reads as follows:
"Dame Rumor says there will be a
wedding in our part of the country
soon. Guess who it ist" The general
guess is that it is the dame herselt.
The mill company lost aeveral logs
Monday lust, by the boom breaking
Mr. Bawlea ia on the sick list this
Charles Milinger has taken charge
of William Wilkiuson' farm, recently
vacated bv Georee Parker. George say
he could not stand the pressure, as he
could not sell the produce readily.
Rumor savs Charley has a bargain.
Lloyd snys he is going to attend the
county alliance at Neer City January
5. What ia the attraction? Uko.
The First Step.
Perhaps you are run down.can 'test, can't
sleep, can't think, can't do anythink to
your satisfaction, snd you wonder what
ails yon. You should heed the wurnh.g.
you are taking the first step Into Nervous
Prostration. You need a Nerve Tome and
In Electric Bitters you will find the exact
remedy for restoring your nervous system
to Its normal, heal ty condition.. Surprising
result follow the use of this great Nerve
Tonioand Alterative. Your appetite re
turns, good illation Is restored, and the
Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action.
Try a bottle. Trice 50c at Edwin Rots
STATE OF ORECSON, M
County of Columbia. )
By virtue of an execution Issued out of
the County Court of the State of Oregon, to
me directed. In favor ol bverdiue tarrell
and ositinsi J. W. tlevis, jr., and John W.
Ilnvix. for the sum of t US All. iudirment,
with interest from the 4th day of November,
at H per cent, per year, and the further
sum of Si!) 00 costs and accruing costs; 1
did, on the 1.1th dav of November, lNU,
dulv levy upon all the estate, riht, title
smf interest of the above named deleiulauts,
J. W. Hevls, jr., and John W. Uevis, in and
to the followfng-dcserilied real property, to
wlt: That portion uf Hunter's Donation
Land Olalm lying west of Deer Island
Mlough, in sections 25 and 30, township 8,
ramie 1 and 3, containing 207 acres, more or
less', together with all the hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belonging or
in any wise appertaining. Now in pursu
ance of naid execution. 1 will, on the lfHh
lav ef Dccenilicr, 1WII, at the h nrof 10
o'clock A. M., at the Courthouse door in
said county and state, sell the alaive-dcs-cribed
interests of stdd defendant" in and to
said real property at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, or so much
thereof ns will sathfy said execution, in
terests and costs. VV. A. MEEKER,
SliwitTof Columbia County, Oregon.
Dated November 13, ltWI. naodlS
CONSUJIIPTIO 4'I KI.U.
An old physiciiin, retired from practice,
having had placed in his hands hy un East
India missionary, the formula of a simple
vegetnbl remedy for the speedy and per
manent cure of eonsuinpti n , bronchittis,
catarrh, asthma aud nil turoat and lung af
fections, also a positive and raeical cure
for nervous debility and all nervous com
plaints, after having tested its wonderful
curative powers in thousands of cases, has
felt it his dutv to make it known to ids suf
fering fellows'. Actuated by this motive
and a de-tre to relieve human suffering 1
will send free of charge, to all who desire it,
tiiis recipe, in Merman, French or English,
with full directions for preparing aud using.
.Sent liv iail by addressing with i-tamp,
imlnmi,' this paper. W. A. Novas,
jrJO Power' Il'oek, Rochester, N. Y.
ELECTRICITY IS LIFE
A New Mode of Curing Diseases
by Electricity an Practiced
by Dr. Dnrrin.
(Oregonian Doc, 7, 1891.)
The close resemblance of electricity
to what is known as nerve force, bus led
some scien lists to believe that these
two potent forces are identical. Vur
ous experiments show, however, that
this theory cannot be substantiated.
This invisible electric current, when
guided by a skillful operator, acta di
rectly upon the many tissue of the
body through which it is made to pass,
it priucipul effects being produced
through the medium of the nerves.
Organs acting too slowly can b
quickened to proper activity, while
ether organs in a morbid state of act
ivity can, by it use, be restored to
their natural state.
It requires long study nnd experience
to become sufficiently familiar with
the physical condition of patients and
the principles and construction of but
teries to produce the most desireable
results. Dr. Damn's wonderful suc
cess is alone sufficient to verify tbe
statement that is a thorough fdcctri
cian and medical practitioner, a tbe
following cures show :
Wm. Altnow,, Drewsey, Grant
county, Or. Catarrhal deafness and
ringing iu the ears for twenty years,
Mrs. O. Magenson, Merchant's
hotel, Portland Rheumatism, neural
gia aud lemule troubles, cured per
manently three years ago.
W. F. Ogle, Seutco, Wash. Liver
and kidney complaint and dyepepsia,
ulso deafness and whole system run
William Little, Seatle.Wash. Pain
in his chest of over eight years' stand
ing, entirely cured by el-.-clro-magnelic
J. V. Shangle, Sunnyvicw. Or. Heart
disease, palpitation, kidney and liver
Dr. Darrin continues to treat all
classes, the rich aud the ixior alike,
free of charge, at 70J Washington
street, Portland, Or., from 10 to 11 A.
M. daily. Those willing to pay, from
11 A. M. to 5 P. M. ; evenings, 7 to 8;
Sunday, 10 to 12 A. M., at one half hi
former prices. He gives free and con
fidential examinations to all at the of
fice or by letter, lie treats all curable
chrouic, acute and private diseases,
with electricity, and medicine, when
Is Sold ox A.
to cure any form
of nexvou diKsu)
puis oieiwar sex,
BEFEiflF mef 8-imulaatt. AFTER
Tobacco orOptum, or tb rough joutaiul in,l!'(T
Mod, over lmiulsrnce, , sucu a Lose of Brain
Power, wakefulness, fcearituedown Fa.ni in tha
bac(,8eTniual Weak new, Hysteria, Nervous Pr
tratlon, Nocturnal Krnlwloin, Le -eorrno-t, litx
ttness, Wk Motaorr, Lom of Power an.l Imrs
tncy, whl h If ncrtecle-lofleil lead to premature
old a;e and insaultv. rrlre il.U) a box, S boxes
fcrf.ViO. ycntbTmRtloarereit-tof r'tce
A M PITIF.M 411'AKANTEK is given for
every lit) on!er received, to refund the money if
a l'ermanent cire Is Dot ofiertwi. We havo
thnucamlMO! testimonials from old a3 yonng,
of both sexes, who havo been permanently eitrel
bytbetueof Aphrodltina. Circular tree. Address
TH APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Western Branch. Jkx27 ponn ).
For sale by EDVi'lS ROSS, Dbuqgiot,
fU. Helens, Or,
Thursday, Dee. lO.
rRomrcE, fbcit, rrc.
WIIEAT-Vallev. $1 5; Walla Walla,
SI IU) to SI r.S ner cental.
FLU Hit Standard, $3; Walla Walla,
81 SO; graham, ft; superfine, $ per barrel,
U.VJS Hew, 4'(st44c per Dusnei.
II AY SUM 13 ner ton.
MILUSTUFFS llran, $l!)a20; shorts
120jtUl: chop ued, 1X8(0,19 per ton, barley
aO iter tort.
BUTTER Oregon fancy creamery, 373
.n.. l! . : 1 4K,AI71.'.
vc; laucy uaoy. x iir wkwi, -.vy.,
common, lotA&c; Eastern, ncJ31jC per
CHEESE-Oregon, 13(3USc; Eastern,
14c per pounn.
KCOS tier dozen.
POULTRY Old chickens. 3 50(84 50
vonuff chickens, t! 60i.) 50: ducks. t.
geese, nominal , $11 12 per dosen ; turkeys,
14c ner iKlund.
V HUE TABLES Cabbage, nominal. t5c
0l ner cental: onkms.ailei!?! per ceutnl
potatoes, HK'tOUc per sack; toma:es, 40 to
one per dox,
FRUITS--Apples, 50 to 80c per box
COFFEE Costa Rica. Sic; Rio. 20c
Salvador, 21c; Mocha, 30c; Java. 2oc; Ar-
buckle's, 100-pound cases. 2l&o jier pnnud
tsuuAit uoiaen i;,4?4cj extra w, 4ic
BEANS Small whites, SUc: pink. 3c
bnyos. 4c; butter, Sc; Uimu, 4c per
NOTiii-; roK ri Bi.icATiu.i.
LandOlticeat Orecon Oltv. Or.. Dec. S. 191.
Notice Is hereby given thai the following
named settler has tiled notice nf his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
tliat said proof will be made before the County
Clerk of Columbia e iunty, at St. Helens. Or., ou
January a, issj, vt:
M.IRTIV 8. PIPPOt.I).
itontcstrad entry No. 7150. lor (he ne Vf of see.
11. tu6 n, r S west. He names the following
witnesses to prove ma continuous resideuce
uimn, aud ciilttvation of, said land, viz: It.
Rolchar.lt, Elmer K. Ortndle, J. P. Yonn and
Willfnni C. King; all of Aptiirr, Columbia
county, Oregon. , 1. T, ArfeKKU.v,
Dissolutiou of Partnership.
, Notice is hereby given that U. P. Wat
kins litis retired from the firm of W. J.
Mucklo ol Co., doing business lit Huinkr,
Oregon. All debts due said firm will he
nayuble to. Sin I till debts due from said
iirin, will be iuid by
W. J. MUCKLE CO.
Rainier, Or., Nov. 17. 1KH. dlljS
Portland, Oregon. A. P. Armstrong, Pria.
Branch Scliool : Oacital Bus. Oollkuk, thtlcm, Oregon.
Santa oounwa of audy, anine rste of tuitloa. .
a sr I" aeMlon thrtmaiKtut ihe yr wt .'iuts a
ltd at aiv lluv. t'ui.Uusui: tiv: silho 'tKlJH
King" Clothiers of
Blue Corner, MorrUait and eeand Streets. Frflan1
YOUR CHOICE OP ANY
IN THE HOUSE
Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Ages 14 to 19 Years
F. R. CHOWN,
IMPORTER OF -
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- MANUFACTURERS OF -
Sheet-Iron, Tin and Copper Ware,
212 First and cor. Sainton Street.
lOfi FIRST STREET,
OPP. LADD & TILTON'S BANK.
Yun are respectfully Invited
ORS&On HOFAE&TEAD CO.
And examine our list of Properties , the finest snd best
of s hii-b is ,
Hawthorne's First Addition to Portland,
LOTS 50X100 FT.
Parties who desire to Halt and examine thin property will And our sgeut snd team ready at any
We ata offer 100 10-itere tracts belonirtne to
th Hawthorn estate at HiLLmoao, WashluKtou
county, H mileaweiitof I'ortlancl, oue hour i ride
by rail, three timeji daily,
CLIFTON p.HXLX, COLONY.
Whits Salmoh. Wash, Auntt 20, ISSI.
Thi. Into eertlfr that tbe "Oremn Homeatead t'tmnany" haa aeeured forua rood and well located
homeateada, rwiuiriug little. II tny clearing, with ttrst-class aoil, well adapted tn grain and ee
tahlm, aa well ai k the produvtioii of every variety of irrain and fruita that can he grown In Cali
fornia.. Orejou and Washinrtfua. aad w hara locatetl tnereon. Said homeateada are attuated oa
it Waahuiaiun aide el Um JJolamlsa river, coavenient to the landing nf a daily line of leamera,
andoupuKite so HuHittTT.taUua, on the lineof the Union Pacllie railway, 66 milea cut of the
city at Purtlaud. We cordially recommcud our frienda aadothera to join our colony.
There am now ilxly aettlera ia the eniony and elaima enough tor 10 to If more families,
aud obtain full particulant, .
We are also locating a colony about three milea from Port Angeles. Five, 10 snd 3 acre tracts
60 per acre.
Alao a colony at Uillsbom, Or. oa IS and JO-acre tracts at 1100 and f 124 per acre.
40 acre farm a miles from St. Helens, all good land, creek running through the renter, aplandid
springs, new S room house, amall garden, fruit trees; f& per acre.
We have thelarpeat and mutt valuable tracta of laud In the atatea of Oregon and Waafclair
iom. We receive none for subdivision or aale that we cannot have endurwd by the leading real
dentx of the rttstri it in which such lands are situated. We receive none except auch aa have aa
absolute perfect title.
We have 200 S-acre tracta near PORT ANGELES, WASH., an clesant tract for a colony f0 per
acre; 8,ag0 acre lu a body Bear the above. 125 per acre. Very liberal terms.
We have for aale a beautiful fruit farm of a ISO acres, SO acres under fence. 90 acres under eulti
Talion. Price 11.500. Terms I1.S00 cash, balance on time. With household lurniturs
horses, vattle. hoa, poultry, wagons aud everything anitable lor a flniKlaMt
(arm, 1,800. Terms, 3,iMI rash, balance on time. Call and get
115 acres Qoe cleared land near rtosebnrg, Oregon, nearly all level, dotted with beautiful oa
trees. Si per acre. Speadid fruit and grain farm.
One lOre tract, near Port Angelea, 3t per acre, esah.
A partv is forming here tn visit the I" nit eel Mates Cslnmkla. Mantis Aosarlra,
diiVin the month of December, to beabieat threeor four months. The lnduiinenta offered
are far superior to those of California in without the hardships then endured, like
mines of Columbus exceed in rirhueas auverer discovered tn California or newaata.
The climate is just the same aa in California, the farming landa ranging In price from 60
cents to 1 per acre. Produce, any kind of trait, grapea and gralu grown ia California and
Oregon, in addition to coffee, eoeoa and all the tropical fruits. ,
Is forming tn visit San Dies; and the City of Enaenada, Lower California la
Decembe. , to spend tho winter, exploring the mines aud examining the r in litre with a view el
Incatiug a colony of Prst-claea fanners and fruit raisers. For full informal! u. aendl-cent stamp ts
Oregon Homestead Co.
Notice is 1-ereby ;iven that I, Wm. H.
Pol'ium, tbe administrator of the estate of
M.iry Itcnnett, deceased, have filed with
the clerk nf the county court of Columbia
county, st'iteof Oretron, my final account
of mv administration upon the said estate,
tOBclher with my petition tor final settle
mi nt and distribution of the residue of said
estate remainius in my h inds; ami that tiie
judge ot snid court has fixed Monday, the
14th day of December, 1891, at 10 o'clock A.
M. of siitd dav and the courtroom of said
court as the time and (dace for tiie hearing
and settlement nf snid account and peti
tion for distribution, at which time and
pi ice any and all persons interested may
appear and contest tl same.
11 WM. II. DOLMAN.
Administrator of tbu estate of Mary Ben
listed November IS, ISM. nlWll
Table and Pocket Cutlery
Dairy and Household
Cooking and Heating
to call st the office of tha
PRICES $700 TO $850 EACH. TERMS
oi expenae. ;
41 acm, improved farm? miles aouth of Port
land, BearClaekama. Clarkaman atncmnv H. P.
R. R., rvA house, land all fenced, good wtter,
ome Umber; price (15i per acre, easy terms.
8. A. Cam. 46ft T st. lVtrtlainl.
W. J. Kolb. Oak at.. Portland.
W. J. Bates, cor. Front and Hall its., Portland.
Chas. H. Chidson, Z7t Fourth at., Portland.
G. F. Cook, eor. Fourth and J its., E. Portland.
C B. Blackwbu.. eor. 41b and J ata. K. Portland.
M. W. KtscAiBiS Porter at., Portland.
F. 1'incs, eor. Third aud Ash ata., Portland.
Acrra6Each, $130 EaCll.
PLACE, Car, of our office,
Notice Is hereby given Mint pursnant to
nn order of the county court of the State of
Oregon for Columbia "count v, mail on tha
aotltdnyof July, A. I). the uniler-
siKiied ailminitrnti,r nf the estate of N. I..
Bora;, deceased, will sell at public auction,
to llis highest bidder for cash ill hand, or
for one-l alf cash and the balance on a credit
of one year, the same t be secured hy
mortgage upon the land sold, at the court
house itoor in the town of tit. Helens, Co
lumbia countr. Oregon, on Tuesday, tha
2Kth day of January, A. D. 1H02. at the hour
nf 2 o'clock 1". M. of said dny, the following
described real jtroierty lieloncing to the
estate of N. L. Berg, deceased, to-wlt : Ths
southwest Vs of avviion 4 in tuwnship M
north, raniw 5 west, and also the) southeast
of seition 4. In township 8 north, ranoa
5 west, situnie in Coltiinbin county. Oregon,
and conlaining three hundred and twenty
acres, f ore or loss, according lo I nitcd
States nrvey. A. M. HKUO.
Administrator nl said estate.
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