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THE OREGON MIST.
Cnltd Matt ind Coontj Official Piper.
BT. HiLiMi, March 4, 1892.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
County court meets next Weclnes-
Probate oourt will be In union next
If outlay and Tuesday.
The latest novelt and other choice
rediog mutter at the drug itore.
Amos BleTens, Sr., ol Oillton, wu
culler t TM Mibt offloe on. Tuesday.
Clothing, first elate end beet quality
at Perry s. Honlton.
Buy your drugs at a recular drug
atore. Edwin Ross keeps the beet.
Fred Hill, o! Mitt, filed on Friday
laet on 100 aorei of land in eootion 6,
township 6 north, rente I wet.
The steamer T. J. Potter came down
with the mall Wednesday in place of
the Harvest Queen.
Miss Mary Conyere visited in town
Saturday, leaving Sunday morn
ing lor Orgm City.
Aeeeseor Doan wu in Portland last
week in attendance at the assessors'
Buy your grooertee, hardware and
glassware of N. A. Perry, Houllon.
lie keepe the best constantly on hand.
Biegel Wilkinson, of Vernonia, filed
on 100 aereeol land in sections 27 and
28, township 5 north, 4 west, on Fri
, The printed guarantee given by W.
i. Muckle 4 Co. with each article of
Jewelry sold is evidence of their good
faith in lie quality, and no person
ought to hesitate to buy goodit on
Tho quarterly meeting of the Evan
gelical church will be held at the new
church at Houlton, commencing Fri
day night the 11th and continuing
, over Sunday following. At this meet
ing the church building, which has
Just been completed, will be dedicated
under the aaspioea of the Evangel
Many yeara practice have given C
A. 8now A Co., Solicitors of Patents,
i Washington, D. C, unsurpassed
auoeeee in obtaining patents for all
claeeea of inventions. They make a
specialty of rejected cases, and have
eeeured allowance of many patents
that had been previonely rejected.
Their advertisement in another col
umn, will be of Interest to inventors
patentee, manufacturers, and all who
have to do with patent.
Captain Shaver, according to the
Oregonian, waa held up on the street
of Portland a few nlgbte ago by a
policeman who suspected that, in a
basket the captain wu carrying, there
was opium being smuggled. The
basket only contained some delicacies
which Mrs. Shaver's mother, at Clate
kanke, had vent them, and "Jim" wae
on hla way homa with them. But
this the wily "cop" did not know, and,
aa those "foxle" fellows are always on
the alert for a "snap," the captain was
not permitted to depart until this
would-be hero of the star olaas had ex
amined tha content of the captain'
luggage, after wbich be would un
doubtedly have taken ten cent for
himself. Captain Shaver ia in con
stant dread for fear the newspapers
will get bold of this little incident.
The whaleback steamer, Charles W.
Wetmore, which fame so near being
wrecked just south ol the Columbia
river bar about two months ago, and
leo which is designed to monopolise
the ocean carrying trade in the near
future, la now in Portland discharging
cargo ol coal. The Wetmore is
certainly a marine curiosity, she being
the first of the kind on the Pacific
Coast, and is large in her carrying
capaoity. The vessel is shaped very
much like a barrel, only running
lightly to a point at either end. The
only rigging visible above the hull is
comparatively email cable) the
tern several feet above the bull, sup
ported by three large tubee or tanks In
n upright position, and a very small
..kin an the bow where the engines
lo hoisting freight and her immenee
anchors are located, one ou no
.. H.mindlne: entirely upon steam
. mMJva. cower. The boiler and
whiah drive her propeller are
In the stern under the cabin and the
tallest thing to be aeen la we nuge
amokestack, which extends about aix
feet above the after cabin and Im
mediately in front of it. The vessel
hubnt one bole, which, through the
center, ia braced across with large
teel bare, giving it the appearance of
large tank. In the bottom along
the kiel are Urge steel tanVe filled with
fr ballut. and the hull is made
throughout of the very best steel, there
being but very little wooawora, iu.
her. Indeed it is thought that should
he get into fee breakers she could
-ti .r In most any ahape without
the elightest damage to ber, her chape
nd general composition allowing her
teel sides to spring something after
the fMion of a rubber ball. She will
.carry about WW tons, ana eiwr wav
ing Portland will go to Naoaictto, B.
f.erMof coal for San Diego,
California. Ills worth tb while of
the curious to make a trip to Portland
to (e hec
On Friday last the closing exercises
of the winter term of school took
place. Prises were distributed, songs
sung, and also some time was taken
up in assigning the care of the organ
to some reliable person or person.
The matter waa finally deoided by
ballot that the chairman of the board
ofdireoton, and the Misses Blakesley,
Burke and Decker should be the com
mittee to hold ft In charge. The
prise were distributed among those
pupils, who, by their diligence and
perseverance, had gained the summit
of success. But let It be here said
that, while all could not hope to be
prise-winners, the diligent and de
serving pupils were by no means
limited to the few who received
prises. Many of the pupils possess
remarkably fine voices, and several
songs by the school were well ren
dered. Tbe visitors present were
Messrs. Muckle, Miles and Watts,
board of director!; Mr. Blakesley, Mrs.
Watts, Mrs, Emerson, Mrs. Stilts, and
MlssMattie Perry. Mr. Watts ad
dressed a few well-limed remarks to
the school, followed by Mr. Jones, who
spoke at some length, and bit earnest
tone and expression gave evidence
that hi duties in the sohoal room had
been well and faithfully discharged.
The exercises then closed with a
"Parting Class" song, in which was
echoed the sentiments of teachers and
Soappoose ia said to have been lately
treated to a sensation in "high life."
Aocording to the Portland Sunday
Mercury of February 28, one William
Wright and wife, who have resided at
Scappoose for some time, have not
been in the fondest possession of each
other's affection. Mrs. Wright has a
sister, Miss Nellie Dcoley, whom
Wright seemed to lev a great deal
more than he did bis wife, and made
many personal visits to her place of
abode in Portland lately. Wright, a
few days ago called upon a very in
timate friend of bis and made this con
feseien and proposition to him : "I
have," aays Wright, "a treasure of
11600 in money buried in another
state. Tbe money I secured by rob
bing a stage several years ago, and,
fearing I could not make good my
escape I buried the money, intending
to leave it there until the excitement
was over at least. "Things," saye he,
"are all quiet there now, and if you
will let me have $000 to bear my ex
penses I will go and get the money
and divide with you." The friend
thought over this proposition and con
cluded it waa a good investment, so
the $000 wu forthcoming. Tbe
treasure that Mr. Wright "dug up"
wu Miss Nel.ie Dooley in Portland,
and skipped the country with her. No
sooner wu the husband gone than tbe
wife, who had previously been a little
too intimate with a Tacoma carpenter,
took the other end of the road with
the"wood butcher" for parte unknown ;
and in the meantime Scappoose re
joices all except the individual who
advanced tbe $600. It will be a bless
ing if none of these parties ever show
up in Columbia county again.
We are informed that there is
distance of about two and a half miles
of tbe Nehalem road via Carico valley
that has never been sufficiently
opened up for wagon travel, and that
solicitors for contributions are out try'
ing to raise enough money and labor
to complete the unfinished portion of
the road. This f wd in ersecta the
main Nehalem road at the ' Briggs'
school house. The first eight miles of
it is completed, and on the other end,
from Cow Camp this way several miles
is in very good shape, leaving a short
link in the center with only a trail for
the acommodation of the large settle
ment that depend on the river front
for their suppliee. It is also claimed
that this route is by far the shortest
road to the Nehalem valley from St.
Helens. This being the case it ehould
be improved by all means, not only
for the convenience of the settler in
Carioo but Nehalem Valley also. Mr
Jesse Hendricks has taken it upon
himself to see what can be done in
tbe matter. We hope those who can
possibly afford it will do their best to
assist ia opening the road.
The regular annual school meeting
will be held at the court bouse next
Monday night at 7 o'clock, for the
purpose of electing one school di
rector for a term of three years and a
clerk for a term of one year; and for
the further purpose of voting a special
tax to liquidate tbe indebtedness of
the district. It i very important that
every qualified voter should be present
and lend their influence in this mat
ter. We believe a majority of the le
gal school voters will favor special
tax at this time, a step wbich every
voter that 1 materially interested in
school matters, will endorse. : Another
very important point will probably be
raised on that evening, tbe necessity
of having a spring term of school.
This is important, and in order to have
the school continue a tax Must, of
necessity, be levied. A subscription
school is a failure; consequently tbe
special tax should carry to insure the
the children the best XaoiUUea for an
Thomas Tbomeoo, a native of Den
mark, declared bis intention of beeoni
ing a oititea of the United States, be
fore tbe county clerk last Saturday.
The steamer Telephone is again on
her old route from Portland to Astoria,
making her first trip down yesterday
morning. She is not carrying tbe
mail as of yote, but ruooiug m an op
position boat, her oompact with tbe
company having expired some time
ago. The steamer Potter ha been
placed on tbe route carrying the mail
and running on the tame tcbedule a
the Telephone. A very warm oppo
sition is looked for.
Road the advertisement of Everding
A Farrell in another column. They
have just received a ship load of cheap
and also the very best land fertilizing
material from the South Pacific is
lands, which is the offall of birds. Give
guana a trial. It is said to be far bet
ter than land plaster.
Mr. Jacob George has purchased
the St. Helens house of James Muckle,
and will shortly occupy and run H as
a hotel. Jake is a wide-awake citizen
and no doubt will make a success in
the hotel business. ,
Clerk Quick issued a marriage li
cense Wednesday to Clarence M.
Brooks and Martha A. James.
A very pleasant social dance took
place at the Masonic ball on Saturday
L. Ashman and family have moved
Mrs. Sutton is lying seriously ill at
Municipal and school elections occur
on Monday next.
8tureeon fishing season has come to
a close, after a successful run.
The editor of tbe Cathlamet Gazette
was In town this week talking up bis
Marion Biirrs I supplying the
market with eggs from his chicken
ranch on the ridge.
The Misses Dibble have moved into
rooms in Mr. Blanchard's house, occu
pied by Mr. Graham.
Mr. A. S. Dresser, of Oregon City,
and F. A. Moore, of St. Helens, were
in town on Monday to attend justice
The steamer Mascot if expected to
begin daily trips from this place to
Portland soon, in opposition to the
M. Both will at once begin the erec
tion of a handsome six-room cottage,
with D. Bearce as architect and head
Mr. A. L. Richardson wu unfortu
nate enough to meet with another ac
cident by falling aud sprainiug ber
The ship Sintrem I lying at the
dock at Smith A Son's sawmill, taking
out ballast, preparatory to loading
lumber, which will go to tbe Boston
The case of 8. H. Tryon vs. the
Green Creek Lumber Company, which
wu to have been tried here on Hon
day, has been postponed until the
spring term of circuit court.
Our new sidewalks are a great con
venience to the school children and
walking public in general. When the
town puts in the crues-walks we will
consider ourselves well fixed.
Tbe ladies of the town met at the
residence of Mrs. J. Dibblee Wednes
day lut and organized a Ladies' Aid
Society for the purpose of helping
church and Sunday school work.
Farmer are ploughing and getting
ready for spring cropa.
Cyrus Bales is quite sick with in-
termitent lever. He is now improv
Bonn salmon are running, u there
has been several caught in this vi
cinity. Your correspondent has been ab
sent for some time, for that reason,
have not written.
E. O. Darling visited Clatakanie one
day lut week, on business with the
peoples' party committee.
William Gaddis, of Reuben, visited
this place last week. He was kindly
received by many old friends.
William Chase, Harvey Powell and
Miss Altla Matthew attended the
teachers' examination from this place.
School closed in the Liberty dis
trict last Friday, and Mr. Wood de
parted for Clatakanie, where he is en
gaged to teaoh the spring term.
There is a newcomer at this place
a girl this time, and it's name is Case.
Tbe parents are higniy elated ana it
has made many friends already.
Where is the supervisor who has
charge of the Enterprise and Ne
halem road 7 It la so completely
blocked that a horse can scarcely pass
over it, not without endangering him
self. William Gaddis came over from
Enterprise one day last week and
crippled his horse, which may coet
tbe county someining at tne next
Mr.E. Fintick ie getting ready to
build a house ou his ranch.
Tbe Miller brothers have been very
sick with la grippe the past two weeks.
J. White hu taken his cattle from
the hay barn to pasture on Bunker
Mr. J. Dupont has built a large log
bouse on his farm this winter, aud ex
pects to move In it soon.
Mr. Miller is making a great many
improvements on his rancb this win
ter. He is now building a good fence,
Mr. Wilverding moved on his ranch
lut week, where he will reside for a
lime and make ready for spring crops.
Mr. O. F. Fowler has started in
apriug work ; he bu already put in
quite a patch of potatoes and some
other garden stuff.
We are favored with very flue
weather for this season of the year.
The birds are singing their merry
songs, obildreu playing on the grass
with delight, while others are sitting
in the aun at uoonspell amoking their
The following Is a report of the St.
Helens school for the month ending
February 20, 1892:
rnv attenrlannn. 920; dnva absent.
60; tunes tardy, 25; pupils enrolled,
49; average daily attendance, 46.
Pupils not absent during tne montn:
Muhnl W. Pernv Georee. Lottie
Cooper, Grace Miles, Lulu George,
i ' ; iI I 1 : ..
vnarue juime, cpnia uarnauu, vimrue
Cooper, John Cooper, Eugene Blakes
ley, Fred Watkins, Daisy Watkins,
Amy George, Maud Decker, Tennie
Way, May Whitney, George JSmerson,
Robert George, Frank Moore, Arthur
Moore, Tom Muckle, Fraukie Way,
Eugene Whitney, Nellie Decker,
Tlornnftii Gftnrffn. Ann ipnrvm. NeliiA
Cooper, Glen Watkins, Mary Dufour.
Summary of second term Days
taught, 60; days attendance, 2787;
days absent, 137; times tardy, 74; pu
pils enrolled, 61; pupils belonging, 49;
average daily attendance, 46; per
cent, oi attenaance, ug .
rupils not absent during tne term:
Percy George, Fred Watkius, Ro
bert George, Frank Moore, 'Arthur
Moore, Tom Muckle, Eugene- Whit
ney, Glen Watkins, Albert iiensnaw,
Charlie Cooper, John Cooper, 'Flor
ence George, Anna George, Lottie
Cooper, 'Grace Miles, Lulu George,
Daisy Watkins, Amy George, Maud
Decker, May Whitney, Nellie Decker,
Nellie uooper and Mary lmiour.
ViimH marked with a were not
absent since school began August
Tha fallowing nnnili were awarded
prices for the best average attendance,
scholarship and deportment: First
crurlA Kiicena Whitney. Second
grade Daisy Watkins and Maud
Decker, tie. Third grade .Percy
George. Fourth grade Alfred Sund
by. C. H. Jokes, Principal.
una. War, Assistant.
Real Estate Transfers.
United States to Joseph Lawrence, X
bwU, wHswK.seczo. n, raw; patent.
United States to i H Cramer, tots 1, Z, s
H ne, sec 6, t7 n, r 3 wj patent.
United States to A Croker, swK see 8, 1 7
n, r8w; satent.
United States to J Vriedlander. tmii of
wW, sec 12, 1 7 n, r 6 w: patent
T Kinney to H Bchollhoin, sX.sec8,t
5 n. r 3 w, quitclaim: $1.
T Kinney to H Bcbollborn, seX neK, sec
4, t6n,r2 wj$l.
L. Sanson to u A nimpei, aw qr oi swx.
see 28, t7n,r4w (3300.
W WWesttoCB Konkle. lot 2. blk.
Scappoose; f 100.
8tate of Oregon to Clara Moore, wH nwX
of sec 26, wH sX. sec 24, 1 4 n, r 4 w; am
Clara Moore to A U ranton, wH nw qr,
sec 23, wX sw qr, see 24, 1 4 n, r 4 w ; tl.
United States to John Alvin, e)j nw qr,
lota 1. 2. sec 18, 1 7 n, r 3 w; patent.
United States to John Parker, sw qr, sec
William rinley to riorence mniey, ex
ne)i, sec 34, 1 6 n. r 4 w, quitclaim ; tl.
Maggie Cummins to N Viscovidt, lot 2,
blk 19, lot 2. blk 34, Vernonia; 1160.
United States to John Jolma, k ne&,
wK of neK, lots 1, 7, sec 31, t 8 n,r4w;
United States to James Kennedy, se qr,
sec 22, 1 6 n, r 2 w ; patent,
T A Adams to O W Adams, nX ne qr.
sec 35. wM se ar. sec 26. 1 6 n. r S w: 12000.
Henry Hewitt Jr, to Hewitt Investment
tympany, et ne qr, en se qr, sec itf, t o n.
r 3 w, eH ne qr, eU se qr. see 24, e) se qr,
t ne qr, see 13. 1 5 n, r 4 w, wnw qr, wf
sw qr, sec i, nw, sec zv, c en, r sw;
L O Locknood to Hewitt Investment
Company. m se qr, wX ne qr, sec 3, 1 6 n
L B Lockwood to Hewitt Investment
Company. wj ne qr, wX sex, sec 18, 1 6 n,
m . SliA
. L B Lock wood to Hewitt Investment
Company, eX sw qr , ex uwx, sec 19, t S n
State of Oregon to P A Frakes and H C
Larubersoo, land in sec 33, 1 4 n, r 2 w; 1181.
United States to D M Wadkinds, nwX of
sec 10, 1 4 n , r 3 w ; patent.
W F Tucker to J W Rench . wX ne qr.
eK nw qr. sec in. t o n , r w; tzosa.
M TilXiim ... IX Rah... 1 I n
nX ne qr, sec 28, nw qr of nw qr, sec 7, 1 7
United States to C R Konkle, eX se qr,
sec 23, sw qr of sw qr, sec 24, nw qr ot nw
qr, sec 25, 1 5 n, r 4 w ; patent.
8 A Miles to F H Adams, se qr of sw qr,
sec 15. nX neX of nwX. sec 22, 1 8 n, r 2 w ;
James Muckle to Jacob George, lot 16, blk
10, St. Helens; 31800.
Electricity Cures Deafness.
How Otto Pierce Was Cured of
Deafhess n Twenty Minutes.
Mr. Editor Dear Sir: For a long
time I have been deaf in one ear, ac
cempanied with ringing noises. Dr.
Darrin cured me in twenty minutes
by electricity and a surgical opera
tion. Refer your readers to me, 151
Goldsmith street, Albina, Oregon.
another soul mad! happy.
Editor Oregonian I wish to num
ber myself with the cured by Dr. Dar
rin. For two years before coming to
the doctor I had been afflicted with
kidney and liver complaint, dyspepsia
and terrible pains in my back and
side. ' Dr. Darrtn cured me with elec
tricity and medicines in three months.
Refer to me at Meyer, Field, Gaas A
Co., 164 First street, Portland, where
I am employed. I waa permanently
cured one year ago and have no re
turn of the troubles.
DR. DARBW'8 LOW CHARGES.
Owing to the "bard times," Dr. Dar
rin will in the future give electric
treatment for $5 a week, or in that
proportion, as cases may require. An
exception made in surgical operationa.
The poor free daily from 10 to 11 ;
those able to pay, 11 to 0; evenings,
7 to 8 ; Sundays, 10 to 13. All curable
chronic, acute private and wasting
diseases, including stricture, hydro
cele and varicocele, canceia, tumors
and all malignant diseasee treated
successfully and cures guaranteed and
never published. Tbe doctor also
cures deafness, catarrh, bronchitis, la
grippe, consumption, heart disease,
dyspepsia, liver and kidney diseases
at his offices, 70J Washington street,
Portland. Surgical operations skill
fully performed. Consultation strictly
confidential. Send for question blank
and circular. .
Prsaac,e4 Hutlm, Tat Save.
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E.
Hurd, of Groton, 8. D., we quote: "Was
taken with a bad cold, whioh settled on my
Lungs, cough set in and finally terminated
in Consumption Four doctors gave me
np saying I could not live but a short time.
I gave my self up to my Savior, determined
If I could not stay with my friends on earth
I would meet my absent ones above. My
husband was advised to get Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all
eight bottles ; it has eured me and thank
God 1 am now a well and hearty woman."
Trial bottles free at Edwin Rosa1 Drugstore
regular tise, SOo and 81.00.
Professor Reynolds, county school
superintendent, gave a stereopiicon
entertainment last Saturday evening
for the benefit of the college and pub
lic school libraries.
Four lawn tennis clubs have been
organised witb aa average member
ship of twenty each. Also several
baseball nines, which -indicate the ap
preciated need of out door exercise.
Appsratus for signal service obser
vation has been received from the
government, and hereafter the college
will take regular observations.
This coming Friday and Saturday
the athletic association will give an
entertainment at Albany and Cor
vsllis. Upon invitation of the library asso
ciation, each of the literary societies
selected two members to contest
some time in the near future for a
prise, one an essay and the other a
A Young Woman's and a Young
Man'a Christian Association have
been organixed. Tbe young men
sent thirty delegates to the convention
of the several colleges of the state,
which was held at Salem on tbe 20tli
and 21st, inst.
Thwrs4r MreM S.
raoPDcs, rami, rro.
WHEAT-Valley, tl 60; Walla WaUa,
1 60 to tl 55 per cental.
FLUOR Standard. 34 90; Walla Walla.
14 80; graham, 84- superfine. $3 per barrel.
OATS new, vzwwe per ousnei.
HA Y 111(813 uer ton.
U I LLHTUFF4 Bran. 119(221: shorts.
120(322; chop feed, lbtfl per ton, barley ,
ki iter ion.
BUTTER Oregon fancy creamery, 37
40c: fancy dairy, 35c; fair to good, 25227 He
common, 15&22XC; as tern, 25(431 Xc per
CHEESE Oreeon. 14415c : Eastern.
lec per poann.
huhs-20(9i7xo per aonn.
POULTRY-Cliickens. 4 00 to S4 60:
ducks. $6 00 to $9 00; geese , f 11 per dozen :
turkevs. lzwc pernonnd.
VEGETABLES Cabbage, nominal, fl
2tl 75ner cental :onions. 7ScSl per cental.
potatoes, 3&g50c per sack ; tomato ea, 40 to
ouc per dox.
FKUITS-Apples , 75 to tl 50 per box.
COFFEE Costs Rica. 21c: Bio. 21c:
Salvador. 2le; Mocba. SOe; Java, zac; Ar-
buckle a. lOO-Donnd eaaea. zuc oar noono
BUGAR-Oolden U,c; extra C,
BEAMS Small whites, 8c; pink. 2Xc;
bayos. 2c; batter, 3Xc; limas, 4c par
HONEY 18 to 18Xc per pound.
8ALT Liverpool, 814 50 to 11700; stock,
$11 to f 12 per ton in carload lota.
SYRUP Eastern . in barrels. 42 to 45c;
55 to h per frailon; 82 25 to 82 50 per kec;
uamornia, in Darren, ouc per gauen ; si it
RICE 85 T5 per cental.
TH Ml AT MASXIT.
BFEF Live, tide: dressed. 6 to 7c.
MUTTON lave, sheared 4Xc; dressed,
HOGS-Mve. 4Xto5c; dressed. 8c
VEAL 5 to 8c per pound.
SMOKED MEATS ANll LARD East
ern ham. 11 to 12c; other varieties , 12 He;
lard, compound, 10c; pore, 12X to 13c;
Oregon, 10X to 12Xc; breakfast bacon,
ia to ioc; amosea oacon, 11 w iic
Notice is hereby given that I will be at
the usual voting places as follows:
Auburn, Feb. 27, 1892, from 10 a. m. ta 3 p.m
Nehalem 29. M " 4
Clatakanie.Meh 1. " 10 " 8
Marshland, " S, " 10 S
Oak Point. M 8, " " 4
Rainier, 4, ' 10 " '
Beaver Falls. 6. 10 8
Deer Island, 7, " 10 " 8
Scappoose, 8, " 10 " ' 8
Onion. , " 9 " 4
For the purpose of collecting the State,
School and County Taxes, due Columbia
County, Oregon, for the year 1891.
W. A. MEEKER,
Sheriff of Columbia County. Oregon
Th Wrated Freud? Cnra,
WarraatadM ADUDnniTIMP" ""'7
toaur V8kva nawssaa
Is SO LB OH A
to ears any form
o f nerveut a iseaas
or anv aliorasr of
the generative or
gans oi either sex,
from tha iiemi
BEFORE useof Stimalaota, AFTER
Tobacco or Opium, or through jouth tul indiscre
tion, over inaulreoca. A , such aa Loss ot Brain
Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains In the
back, asminelWeakness, Hysteria, Kenoas Pros
tration, Nocturnal Emissions, Laworrhota, bis
sineas. Weak Memory, Ixws of Power and Impo
tencv, which II neglected often lead to premature
old are and insanity. Pric S1.0O a box, t boxes
for IS. 00. Sent by mall on receipt of price
A WRITTEN OITARANTEK is given for
every f&OOorder received, to refund tha money if
a Permanent care is not effected- Wt hav
thousands of testimonlala from old aud young,
of both saxes, who have been permanently enred
by the use of Aphroditlne. ircaJarrea, Address
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Western Branch. Box a. Fob-tuxd. Oa
For sale by EDWIN BOSS, Detjooist.
fit. Helens, Or.
STATE OF OREGON, I
Connty of Columbia.!
Bv virtue of an execution issued out of
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Multnomah, to me directed,
In favor of Richard Everding and Sylvester
rarren ana against neison noyi ana . at.
Hoyt, for the sum of 8202.40 dollars, judg
ment, with interest at the rate of 8 Der cent.
per annum from the 13th day of July, 1889,
and tha further sum of 860.00 dollars costs
and accruing costs, commanding me to
make sale of tne loiiowing-descrioea real
property , to-wit : The south west quarter of
the northeast quarter, and lots one (1) and
two (2) and such part of lot three (3) as lias
north of a line due east and wast of the
northwest corner of the donation land
claim of Joseph Stouton, in aection No. 24,
townsnip norm or. range a west ot tne
Willamette Meridian, together with the
tenements, hereditaments and annurten-
ances thereunto belonging or in anywise
appertaining; all being situate in Columbia
county, Slate of Oregon. I duly levied
upon said premises on the 11th day of Feb
now, in pursuance or sam execution, i
will, on the 12th day of March, 1893, at the
1 in I. a V tl. w,,.a
door. in said County and State, sell at pub
lic auctiou ail tne rignt, tine, claim ana
interest in and to the above-described real
property of Nelson Hoyt and F. M. Hoyt,
to the highest bidder therefor, for cash to
satisfy said execution . interest and costs.
W. A. MKKKER,
fl2mll Sheriff of Columbia County. Or.
SAWMILL FOR SALE.
Said Sawmill is situated on the 8t, Helens
road, about 2H miles southeast of Olencoe
wasningcon county, ureann. Machinery
in perfect running order; Engine is 45-borss
power, ten by twenty ; Boiler 60 inches in
diameter ana 14 feet long; New head blocks
(Hatchet); Also sawdust carrier: Lam lot
of cedar now on hand for sale. Terms
made known on application to the under
signed. Would exchange for city or im
proved (ersa property.
.. i.C. ARCHBOLD,
W. J. RIUCKLE & C,
LUMBER, SHINGLES, ETC.
Produce Taken In Exchange.
It Will Pay You
RAINIER, - -
209 2o . 170 FRONT ST.,
7. I, ROOT'S BEE SUPPLIES.
EVERDING & FARRELL,
Front Street. Portlands Or.
Guana, $20.00 Per Ton,
A CHEAP FERTILIZER.
Land Plaster $2.25 Per Barrel.
Also a Fine Line ot
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
We have just received the correct style in
Stiff Hats for the Spring of '92.
1 .50 tO $5.00 PRICES FROM $ 1 .00 tO $ 5.OO
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
King Clothiers of
Bide Carw.r. Morrisem
THE PORTLAND JEWELER.
IMFOSTIB AND DKALMt IK
Fine Watch and
Orders from the Country Solicited.
165 First Street. Between Morrison nnd Yamhill, Portal, Cr.
Ii IT Tvl
AB SE4XSBS W
ST. HELENS, OR.
One Dollar Weekly
Bars a Rood cold watch by onr club sys
tem. Our 14-karet gold-filled cases are war
ranted for 20 years. Fine Elgin and Wal
thara mSTement. Stem wind and set.
Ldv s or stent s sue. aquai w auy w
aMnta wk.M W. K.W.
waiuu. JWvw.w - " - . - -
none, we sell one of tbe hunting case
. , . . 1 1 .. k oo mmA u. 4 n
O. O. by express witb privilege of examina
tion before paying for the same.
Our agent at Durham, N. C, writes:
"Our Jewelers have confessed they 4oot know
how too ean furnish such work for the mooey."
Oar agent at Heath Springs, 8. 0., writes:
Your watches take at slrht. The tantieme
who tot the last watch said that he examined
ana priced a
ik.t n no better thaa touts, but the price
Our agent at Peiuilngtom Tex., writes:
without measure. All who bare seen It say U
wouia cm uie.i .t
One good reliable agent wanted for each
place. Write for partlrnlara.
Eunaa Watcm Co.,Kew York.
Ladies' Dress Goods,
to Consult Our Prices
Oar catalogue Is complete ia
every department, and telle
how to grow all kinds of ve
getables, how to plant and
trim trees, how to use, and
what are tha beet fertiliser,
how to handle bees etc. etc.
Free to aU- Send for It.
the Northwest ;
and Optical Goods.
B B R
C. It. HAHT,
St. Helens Meat Market
Wash and R.1tA B..A ou-t.
and T.rUbles ' "
Meats by wholesale at special rates.
Kinmi WAmn mat i-a ll m
and charges reasonable.
My son. William K. Bonner, havtnr loft
sponsible for any debts he ma? enntrent.
Seappeoso, Or., Deo. 10. 1801. diS-Sm
All In want of FsgOarpeiscan b
snarte by Mrs. J. W. Tink,ham, U..,um,
lutubta connty, Oregon. J j