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About The Oregon mist. (St. Helens, Columbia County, Or.) 188?-1913 | View This Issue
Tnli OKhGON MlST.
sli'lWt'HilMln.S. I' kit UK.
8t. Hblrim, AfUL 8, 1891 '
, .'.IIUJIM I'.1 L .. iCti.3ak.iMJL mi
tHS HO AD QVCSriOK,
Tlie Mail qiii'stiim it (be principal
Unite nVfuf-o tlw HiHHffHt especially the
f.iriiicrK, ilur'n-; this tiauipaign. All
are) iiiti-ivstiif t lik- l:i nctiritir, teller
j.ulilio liig'isrars. It is matter that
f .intuit Hm itiTvreil ni ti tho minds !
tlm people hy tins viiwtpure of fot
ahtrioil i 'tikes. They wtot K"" roads
ami are ililcriiiiiic'il U li tlrem. The
vhv lo hoc.iihiIM( this lid i to elect
men to ilm togirlatnre , ho will ra
tion Vor ti secure the achip' bin of bvtrcr
methods of lovying late frir toad
Wcirk,niH ulaitttti-itfng mean for more
tiurolnV phns of constructing muds.
Turn I he ii-.xt step hi order i to t-Iect
I'ipii mh incinlsfr of tlia cininiy court
who hv the progress of the county
kt hvurt hi m1 ho are pnlilic spirited
fitoiigh to push, them) matter along
n fust ii MraitiIt. K. r if the cminiy
iimrt fuil to ifo it's pnrt nil the law
tlutt ciili Iw piteil would he of n
I'lfci-L Vote fur the man who will
htvu your interests . tiioat faithful if
you Wish fir prosperity.-
J lie nuking ut nuttls it not an fx-
Hiriuietit, or need not be if advantage
tnken of the experience of genera
tions in oldiT ci hi n I lie. A study of
t he Mail of Etigliimt, Kninc, Belgium
mid tjsritxerlaiitl, mid an adaptation of
them to I he climate, aoil and topo
graphical lomiiliona of Otegort, would
ubviete tile waste of money in aimless
experiments. (KxkI Pauls have been
m.ide in Euniie and hare existed for
Cciieratinus, and equally good one
imiy bu found in some of our Kastern
alu tea. All we have to dti ia Oregon
is to adopt it sensible and equitable
hyatein of providing a road fund, aod
then take advantage of tlie experience
that others hare paid for. Now is the
lime to begin. Nominating conven
tions are truing held, and tbe advocate
of g'Hxl mda should begin work at
tbe foundation, by seeing that sensi
ble, progressive men, wtio realise the
necessity fur good roads and the great
losses inflicted npon the farmer and
!i people generally by bad onea, are
elected ti tbe k-gisbtture. Tbe pua
aage of a proper road law i tbe tint
lap, and now it the time to begin to
lake iu ;
Itevlsion by The I'nited State 8a
TbAstitiment contaned In a dispatch
from Washington, jys tlui Orrgoniiu. to
the effort (bat the supreme cwirt of the
t.'iiiteJ liuua had sustained thedec-hdun uf
Judpu iiaiiftrd, i i the case of the United
Biaw s. K. . liudd and Jaines B. Munl
j:o,uerv, in regard to a timber elmmin
t un liu county, gave gnat i-nli.ifclion to a
number of people in this action. Dealer
in timber land ay tht deci.-ioii will be cun
uueive to tbe Ortt interest of tbe state.
Capitalists vbohdve green nn making in
YeMmenU htre, bo auae of the tronltle in
etabliilii.i(t tbe fact tbat land heavilv tim-b-
red was timiier laad. will i,ow feel tbat
thry can aiely inTet in tmber land here.
S.ur of rr.iun who bought timber land
in good faith an I who, on account ot the
ruling of commiaikmer. could not get a
tiuc uor get tiuir money back, now fed h
aured that they will be able to secure tbe
land they havo pUd the maximuui prwe
The timber bind act was passed In 1878,
ana prorijed tbat land chiefly valuable
lr timber couid be sold in Oreiron, Wash
ington, t'ulilornia anl Nevada f.r 2.90
jieracre. In li85 Sparks, land comiiiit
aimier, held tbat land that couid grow graxs
or anything after the thnbrr was off was
ackuiiuiI land, uotwitbstandiug thai the
liui. er was worth inu.-b more than tbe land
ever would be. and tbat.it cost more to
ciear the land than it was worth. Hparks'
uii-ej)r. GrorT, held the same, and there
hui b -en no end of trouble ever since in re
gard to limber lands. People who enterrd
timber hind under this a t were charged
wilu perjury and fraudulent entry, and
could get no patent to their claims, nor
wne tlw-y ever aljle to get their money
back xr.ii It. Montgunt.Ty bouglit a
large number of timber claims from the
pai ties who entered them, aod was accused
of fraud and ererj thing else that M bail.
People located homesteads on the Lind. h
hail boiiglit, claiming that they were agri
eultural lend, and he has been lawingfor
years to secure lessen? iou.
Judge Uanford finully decided that land
heavily covered with timber was t mber
lubd, and it is only fair to say that Com
missioner t arter has held tbe same view.
While there may in some instances have
been collu-ion between the party taking up
a timber claim au I the nun who bought it
from him, tlier is no doubt tbat the land
thus taken was timber laud, and tbat tbe
man wlio made tlie fraudulent entry tnd
lierjiued himself in so doing, was tbe man
wbe took up- 160 acres of dense timber,
swearing that U was agricultural land, and
that be intended to make a farm of it,
whin he knew it would cost him f 100 tier
acre to clear it off, Id only idva in taking
it- up being to secure the timber on it.
it is probable tbat tbe decision of the
supreme couit will pdtanend to the claims
if the fellows who bave located home tends
on lands which bad been taken up and paid
tut as timber lauds.
; City Election.
t the St. Helens city election held Mom
day night, a complete list of officer- for the
city were elected as follows: President of
council, T. C. Wstta; councilman. W. Ii.
ltoliuan. Janiea Dart, Jacob George, H. P.
Wat kins; recorder, J. H. Hwager; treasurer,
I) . P. 8 witter ; marshal , C. K. Hart. Below
we give tbe rote cast for each candidate.
roa racsiDMr or Tut cocaciL,
T. 0 Watts j,.... ...... 86
H. P. Watklos 13
W. H Dolman... ..,. 48
A. i. Hubert...
T. C. Watts
Jacob George. .... i
H. A. Wiles.... ......
H. P. Watkfais.
J. H. Swager . . . ... ........ u
IOB CITT MARSHAL, .
C. K. Hart v.. 48
I twill be teen that Messrs. Watt and
Wstktns ware each voted for lor two differ
ent oflices, once for president of thecoiinuil,
and once for councilman. This was because
tliere were two tickets in the field and their
names were transposed on the different
ticket. Aside from these two name, tbe
only difference in the ticket were the names
of A. J. Hubert and D. A. Miles, which were
substituted on the citizens' ticket in pi ice
of J antes Dart and J acob George. Tbe men
who were elected are good energetic repre
sentative ;nen. and will oo doubt adminis
ter the affair of the eity in a creditable
There ia going to be a cloae race thit
year between Oregon and Washington
on tbeir republican majorities. Neilh
er will fall much below 10,000 in the
presidential election. Oregonian.
One in a hundred' cane of excellent
baking powder will take a new Singer
tewing machine at Dolman' at.
j WsSathbb an cBcM- twr.
j Otvgofl Piute Watltt?r 6tit In co
'operation Willi V. h. Weatlier Bureau
of the department of Agriculture,
j Central office, I'tirtlaiiil, Otvgim, Croi-
Weallier tiullellu Mk l,ileaOiiol
For week ending, rtattinluy( April 12 :
THR PAht WINTKB.
During October the Nina were well
diatrthuled ami about lite average
aniouut. Itiring November and IK
eemlierthe r.iin were heavy and gen
era! throughutit the state, there beiu
an absence of the usual amount l
xtinshiiio. January, Fehiuarv, and tii
to March 20tit the mine were light,
auflu-ieuti however, to keep the anil ii
good Condition. There was an l
autice of tiny havy aiiowfidl, eavt of
the Caacade mountain, while to tbe
weat tliere were few day that temper
attire waH la-low the freexiiig point;
in eattern Oregon theie wna n entirt
absence of any severe cold weather, a
temperature of xero. occtiring but a
few times in th more elevated regions
There waa not the usual acreage of
fitH sown wheal put in, owing to tin
heavy November and December rain
lull, but Unit wliH'h waa town did re
markably well. Plowing-and reeding
were purhed to their utnnwt during
January, February, and I before purl
of March, o . that now the acre
age of cereals it fully up to the vei
iige,aud it is all reported to be in first
clasa condilion. A more favoiable
winter for tbe stock has sel.lom been
eXierienced. There is no loss ren r rd ;
the graea and feed were plentiful, and
tbe slock all came through '.ho winter
in excellent condition. . The growing
season of LS92 open moat favorably
for a bountiful harvest, even surpass
ing the wonderful yiel l and pMiluci
of 1S9I. II slxurhl however be bourne
in mind, that the aucce.a ol tho eerenl
cri.p in eastern and eouthern Orogen
especnilly, deiend more npon trm
distribution and amount of ruinfall m
the nioniha of May and June, and the
teiperature conditions in llnwe
month, than the conditirna of the
toil aud prospect of the present time.
Weathbr. The past week hat been
generally cloudy and rainy, .tho tem
perature baa been from 6 to ft degrees
a d-.iy below the average. The rainfall
amounted to from 1.5 inches to 2 3
inches for the week, being considerably
more than the average amount Light
I roeis occurred in the more exposed
placet on the 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31 f
March, and nn tbe 29th snoa fell on the
footbibs and mountains. The wind
have been generally southerly, and
clnlry in effect
Ckon. Cereal are all in good con
dition, though more growth would ob
lain if there should be more siinohine
which ha been very deficient. Tlie
rainy weather stopped plowing and
reeding almost entirely. The report
indicate excellent prwpects for a Urge
aereage, and tbe present condition to
be first cla for all the cereal.
The peach, apricot, Koine varieties
of prunes, peart, aud ch-rries are gen
erally in full lloiii, and si far are
in good condition, thoutrh tbe weathe.
tor tlie past week: baa been nn avor-
ahle; the pnmeot weather Conditions,
which if continued, wil: tertotislv in
jure the prospective crop; less ruin.
more snnthine mid warmer weath r
re needed to protect and develop tbe
fruit buds. The smaller fruit and
'ierri--a are developing nicely. The
hop men ate bniiiy engaged in work
ing their yard preparing for the com
ingcrop; the acreage is being ln-
creaa-'d in most of the counties.
The weather hat not been favorable
to the lambing season, though the
losses are mnvb lest than usual.
Warmth and sunshine during the
coming week will materially benefit
all crops and products. -
Weather Geueral rains have pre
vailed thtongh the week, preceded on
Sunday, March 27th, by a geueral
snow storm througliont the entire sec
tion, being heaviest along tbe Blue
mountains; at Cove, Union county,
snow fell to a depth of one foot ; in
Grunt county, from 10 to 16 inches
ft 11. General frost have prevailed, ex
cept in the more sheltered placet. Tbe
amount of sunshine has been below
Crops The weather has been un
favorable to the growth of all vegeta
tion, though no damage bis been done
save in a very few exposed pLiees: the
frost of March 27th, 28tli and 29 h
oipped the more advanced and tender
Plowing and seeding are nearly done
and the acreage is somewhat larger
than last year. Tlie soil is in first
class condition, the wheat has a good
stand and tbe prospects are excellent
Peaches, apricot, almond and
apple are in full bloom, except in the
interior; tbe fruit prospect are, so far,
Sheep shearing is being pushed, in
tome sections it bus been finished ; an
extra good clip and staple have been
secured. The weather is too eold for
the newly sheared sheep. Lambing is
now in progress.
The general prospects for cereals,
frail and stock are very good, much
better than usual at this period of tbe
year. B. 8. Paovb,
Observer Weather Bureau.
The Union Pacific have withdrawn
nil their boats from I Ik? Sound trade
on account of depression in business.
Most of their boats will be brought
around to tbe Columbia and moored
in the boneyard at Portland. In tbe
meantime the small steamers belong
ing to private corporations and in
dividuals will be able to make good
profits on their respective routes.
Loff scales for sale at the MIST office
for 50 cents eacb. .-
Used bx Millions of Hoint
DINGER HF.KM ANN,(lt district)
. V. It. KLLIS. (2nd district)
For President 'nil Elec tor,
HON. J. F.CAPLES, of Porll.ind.
ti. B. MILLER, of Gram's F.unt.
V. 1). IIARE.ol HilUoio.
BF.V. G. M. IRWIN, of Union.
For Supreme Judge,
P. A. MOORE, Si. Helens.
For Circuit Judge,
T. A. McBRlDH, Oregon City.
For Dwtrict Attorney,
HON W. N. BARRETT.of HilMioro.
C. W. BLAKESLEY.
F.. E. QUICK.
For County Judge,
E. M. WHARTON.
A. B. LITTLE.
For Sehool Supermtendent,
C. J. CLEETON.
B. P. QUIVY.
S. II. '.Word, New Caasel, Wis., was
troubled with Xcuralida snd Rheumatism,
his Stomach was disordered, hi Live was
affected to an alarming degree, appeCte
tell awny, and he waa terribly reduced In
flesh and strength. Three bottles of Elec
tric Bitters rurcd him.
fc'ilward Slupherd, Harrisburg. 111., had
a running sore on hi leg of eight years'
standing. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes ut Hurklin's Ariit-f
ra Salve, and his teg is sewad and well
John 8H-aer, (iutawl. O , bad fire huge
Ft-Vi r soi es on his leg, doctors said be waa
incurable. One bbttle Klertric Pit urn ami
one box Bdcklra's Arnica Salve cored him
entirely. Sold at Edwin Rosa' Drug Store.
NOTICE FOB ri-BLIVATIOM.
Land Offlc at Oregon city, or., Feb. 31.
Notice Is bersby given that th fot'owtna
aanied settler hsi flieil uoilce of bar Intevton
tn mttke liiw proof hi support of nvr eUiin snd
that Mild proof will b mads tisfore the County
:lck of Columbia county, at . Ilelens, Ora
gou. on April la. UK. vi:
Widow of Fred Laiuacher, i!e eased, home
stead entry No. COSi. for the ie"J of oe. 9. tp t
a. r 2 w. she noma the following wlt.irte to
prove her slid deceased hnstMnd s continuous
residence nion, and cnltivstlon of. ssld Isad,
Tist ii. AnIUer. F. lliho;i. II. I'. Brnvn snd aV. K.
Foster; all of Beuben. t'nlumbla ronnty, Ore
gon. J. T. APrERKON,
SAWMILL FOR SALE
Kai.l Saw mill is si uateil on the 8i. Heteae
rond. aliout m m ilea Miiitheast of Qlrncne
Wiubiugton county. Orec n. Machinery
in perfect running order; Kngine is 4' norm
power. ten by twenty; Bolter 50 inches in
diameter ami It eet long; New bead b'.oekr
(Kiitchet); Also sawdust carrier: Lanre I t
of cedar now on band lur sale. Trrnii
made known on application to the under
signed. Would exchange for city or im
proved farm propeity.
ST. HELENS HOTEL.
J. George, hoprietor.
Tables always supplied wit b the bet edibles
and delicacies tbe market affords. .
FOR EEGOLiR BOARDERS.
Having been newly refurnibed. we
are prepared ti give satisfaction to all
eur patrons,-ami solicit a share of your
CABINETS - 12.50 PER DOZES
CARDS, $2.00 FEE DOZEN.
187 and 169, First Street, Portland Ot
Colombia Restaurant &
Clean Beds and tbe
Best Table Set
MRS. M. J. SCOTT,
(Formerly Mrs, Me S'oity.)
Next Door to Masonic Hall,
ST. HELENS, . . OREGON
40 Years tbe Ststndani.
aBwesileM'a Avvtev aavtwe
Tht Bst salv In tit world lor Cuts, Brut,
Sores, rieers, inkh Ithfiim, I'svsv bores, Ttl,
Cb.il HauilClillWtiM, Corfu slid all Mkt
Rrnptlou, and posltlvel cures Piles, oraoosj
required. It I stunraatsea to glv aarfset satis
(avtlun, or uionoy rafuutltd, t'rlr U emits per
boa. Kor Hl Rv Kdwln ttiHW,
One Dollar Weekly
Ruys a good gold watuli hy our club sys
tem. Our 11 kar it gold-lilli'd Cases are war
ranted fur 'JO years. Pine Klglu and Will
thuiii in iveircat, Mient wind and sel.
lily's or gent's site. KipiaP to any W
aic!i. i'o secure agent where w havi
iion v we sell on uf the hunting c-e
watcliei for the elub nriue tM and wild V.
O. I), by expren with pr.vilegeof exsudna
noil ociorw paying lur tnv Nam.
Our agent at Durham, N. C, writes.
"Onrleweters hrwnl'H they don't know
how you eau furnl.-li tucb work for lh mono).'
Our agent at llentli Spring", 8. ti. , writes
"Your wnirhss take at ititlvt, Th gsntlsiiisii
who pit the Ut wiituh said Hist he xsiuliiect
sn t priced s lewder vnKcliss lit l.sni'a.ter,
that nrrs so better than yours, but rtis price
Our agent at Prnaington.Tex., writes:
'Am In receipt of tht watch. ! m plsaaed
wliliout infsiinv. All who have mm It say II
would be cheap st lis."
One good reliable agent wauled foretell
place. Write fur I'smi-ufar.
Km ruts W"TeH t'., Jfew York.
Nolle ! final Neltleanent,
In the f'ounty Court if ilieHtateof Oregon.
for C'.du ii'i M eoonty.
In the lavilterof tb vtnte ot Alice ryne,
V. V. Fowler, adininl-tr dor of tha said
estate, having this d y pres nte I hit limil
account as such silMtiid tr.i'nr. Hie said
court h rtxed Vcdneilav. May 4. A. I.
!!". at the hour of It) o clnclt in tho fore
noon, at the court house in H. Ilrlsn, In
said Suite and County, a tha time and
place for he 'ring am" and all olijrctinns tu
the said final report, tli di.irlbui hi of the
said ctatc snd the til clinrge of the sail
sdminWtiator. t'. K. fOWI.flt,
Administrator of the eMatv of Ahct
Pax il , dccviu-ed. inlSalJ
Tba Cclabratod Frcncl? to,
VarmuWdU ADUDnniTIWC ormorey
ni iiiiuai i inii rp.undtd.
li Ej-d ok a.
ef aorvoii4 dlM'ao
or any 4 taort.tr ot
tha geDcrstiv or
ganaoleltlierasx. whether rl.iu
tmin 1 heexfBsan
nieol B-.iinnUuim AFTER
Hob, orr Indulut nee, tr .such ss Lonot Drain
Power, ll;sUeincM. car.ugdolrn pains In li t
Iwek.Ann'.BalWrslinrM.lljrtei!, Nerross fr
tratlou. Ktxturnst Kuii-ilout, is eonhva. Ills
alnea. Wcsk Msiaorr, Lftiot fowsr and Imio
teacy. wiih h II uslvctel often IrsdM rtmiur
eld sn and inn't. I'rloa t.ot t bos, tooxiis
f erf I'M, tat h? m I ot rwrtpt ni ndes
A WR1TIKM ii:AIIA.TEK l lra for
every olr riml. in r-"ii. lli nionry If
a 1-snn.moDt eera Is nut effect'il. We tia
t iousaodsol Usttmontsts fmmoM snd yotm?,
of both scxas, who havi bn M""anently enn 4
Ly thsuieof Aphroditiua. lirrulartr. Addreit
TH APHRO MEDICINE CO.
j Warteru UraucX Cox 27. 1"oTt .an. la
m va ssswsw av t stw mmr '.'vf v ww m t
Hi. Helen. Or.
To meteor SI. Hslea! and Vicinity;
Mrs. 0. L. Colburn of Port
land, has opened a Millinery
and Dressmaking establishment
in St. Helens, om door south of
the New Barber Shop.
AH Work Guaranteed.
Splendid Young Norman Horse
Will make the season of 1692
Monday and Tuesday at R. COX'8
Wednesday and Thursday at 0E0.
Rertof the week at, C. MUCKLE'S
ranch, Deer Ieluud.
TERMS: INSURANCE, $15.00
TEMfESTisabeantifnlriark iron fcrav
10 hands hiah; six rears old; weiirbs lBOt)
poomls, with tin stle, quirk movement.
an'i scconu to none in taiisciiur power auu
He we ired hy Youne Byron Kler; by
Obi Ilyron Kicr, imported snd owned by
Kinpniai-ter. Kroln, Iowa. Teiiifiest's dam
ai rird by Old Teniist. a Norntaa horse,
owned by J. Jlowns. Iowa.
CHAS. MUCKLE, Owner.
One Price Cash Store.
: : OREGON.
C. R. HART,
St. Helens Meat Market
Frish and Halted MeaU. feussjre. Fish
Meat by wbolwsls at speelsl rates.
Entires wscoo ran to sll Bart of town.
and charges ressooabl.
Areiiow urei.i.re.1 toorl'.-r their nenownsl Al.-Wonl CUiml. at it Ur. it H'l''iJyB
tmin forn.er nrlceii. In eoi mcl.on Willi onr AU W. ol fhn Muf tt.,m th
Albany Woolen Mill we have seeure-lhtini Wt atost ir. rnlmnl Kisloin aud
Kor. Inn Mill all Hi Latest Dadgns. W warrant all ynr gooil as Holiest and
I.wt Nat. tOOO.
flsrk Oraji Tweeil Suits...
SiriHit wnratM siili..,..,
4lrlHl Chevlm ttulta ,
Icuteli Cheviot Miiltn.
Iln.wn Hl.il.l Miitla
Mottled Clisvlnl Hulls
At $ 3 50
lrs.rt.hsvk nulla .
'sney Cue viol Suits ,
Hum 11 Twcml Suits.
Ll Nw, 0 10.
drttwn Clievlnt Suits.
I'lslit ilAwlmsie Nulls
Psnev Cssslmere Hulls.....
II row u Twee t Suits.
Kancy Herring- Hons uit....
Vulour K c I uU .....
Uruy I'm stiil u0 m
Lai Ks. toao.
arowo rhsek Hiiln
check ralinr henvjr Hulls
Mlit.t (H.aliner heavy sitloi
tlrsv chovli. heavy, Mulls... ..
drown I'hevlm. hevy Suits...
lleavv Blue l Bulls
nisek aud Whli MIssJ Ci
stiueie Suits ,1
I. at Ho. HOilO.
nrawu strliwd iVaiMtw Suits
lllsek Dlsinal Suits
Hlsek Corkserew Hull. .
Ilesvv illiie Melton Suits
lleavv Cheek i'wtmera"4ult
rsnev Wills Wale Wuralsd
Rmwa flald Worsted Nurtau...
fMrk Brwwo Chvi Hulls..-
l.ol fs. t040.
Fsnev ehsck Ciit-lmsr milt
At 10 m
At 12 00
At 15 CO
Sirlnrd 1'snlmi f hsni r nulla
liars urajr i umiui iwti
Drsb Tweed vslmis nnUh-
Csney Osastme-s nullt... ....
Iaiilv W.ir.lvil snlhi
At 14 50
Silk Mixed l'lnier anils,....
Ruakel chevx Csaslaier aulta
Hrown Tweed aulta ...mum
Natural Dray Caaalnrr. no
dye aulta ,
Iliowti Cheviot ricntt'h millN.
Ilstk Rrowa Tweed suits.
tmrk "iru.y Twl, ledum's
sihmU. sulta. ...
At 15 00
dark Hlue iiars rut, ulls,.,
HUrk WnroUid aulta
Tan Twved, ,'l-uuucs gubda.
XXX Mid Twead suits .
J. M. MO Y Ell & CO.,
Vuovtuurs to BrownsvllU Wodsn Sfdls,
140 FIRST STREET, CORN ER ALDMR, 1X)RTLAXD
BTRIOTLY. ONH.I'HIOR. KO IJIBV IATION.
THE RETAIL MERCHANT w "the neeemury
Medium of Trade between trto MitiiufitctunT
mid the Cons-unier. lie must protect the interest
of bin customers by purchiutiiig io tho lowest and
and best markets, and by selling to hU patron
at the Lowest Potwible lVioci.
W. H. DOLMAN
. PROPRIETOR OF THE
In keeping these true principles of trade alwnyn in
view ; often leaves the old truck and strikwt "itciw
lots' for UurgaiiiH for bin cuntomcrs. His stock of
Is being enlarged by New Gootls Every Day.
It 1 not eoaven'ent to nam tb many rllff'renl artlolr kept
on sal, all from lrv 0d ,t I tlilnR. L"die' Wear Uenlleiusn
Wear. Iliad Wear. Kobl Wear, Hour snd rd, iroir.s nd Usn
aci Hood-, Nails and Hardware, t'rm-kerv and (lla-swar. Oranlt
andllnware, I'owder and Hliot, HaU and Caps, Uoo's and Win-,
I'afi nt Mcilli lne, Tolli t Artkles, ic.
F. R. CHOWN,
MANUFACTURERS OF -
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
2 1 2 First and cor. Salmon Street. PORTLAND
WHEELER & WILSON NEW No. o.
Tbe only perfect family machine, ' was awarded the only grand
prize at the Pari Exposition iu 1889
LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES.
Kor particular call on or sddrsa ths
The Largest '
General Jewelry House
IN THE CITY.
M AW OFFICE:
1368MarkctStreet, S. F., California.
Lat No. fftMO.
lllsek Wide Wsl Stilt..........:
(Hue W iiie tsls Null,.,
hrown Meltun Mnlta.,
rain') Cheek cliwlm siitts,.,,,
Iisrk llmv Wutatod anils,,,,,.,,
Ill.'ok Cerknersw anils
jtlurk lllatonsl suits,
l.ol ft). 01O.
tiark lirnwu Tweed suits. .....
Heavy HI us I'leesdIIU' U.
Strips Kanev Wirtsil aults...
Kklrs lleavv Park Uray t-
tins e autl.. ,
I'hthl Wumted, Ileal wlia
llnikvli I'lslri Woraled aullt.,.
Silk Mlssd Woratsd .alls.
l.at Its. tOSO.
Black' Wlds Wal suit
Fitury Whljueunl suits
Ktne rnti Kenr aurts.
Plus Wiiisnd Kerse.
lurk Ursy Wmwict suits......
Il.avv Hlii Besvr nM
silk Mixed Cuamuier suits.,,
Kaney I'luhl Wiritl nit. ..
riiuall ChiM'k W'nrMstl ull.,
I'lalii UniHU Vlsllvu suits. ....
Kilra llssvy XX CsHluisrw
suits ... .,.....,.
Lot No. tOUO.
hsrk 1 1 ray rolour Kii(. Cassl-
Fins Ului'k Wonted (lUieks)'
Illsfk Cheviot IMIO suit
At $16 00
At 17 &0
At 18 00
Hark II town Msllnn sulis
Mark Fani y Waraii. I ull...
Fsiipv Until Nnsks suits
Kuellah llerrin Hone aulta..,
Neat Dark (,'lierked Worstett
suits. ,..., ,
Fancy I'lsld Wonted suits....
HtntlKht Strl Wuraled suits;
Kxlra Quality Cvikaonw suits
Lot Ha, tlOO.
XXX X vslutir Blsek Chsvlot
Kxua Heavy Win WsUaiill
Fsni'T sirltrd Wnn.td .ttlrs,
Bound Wlds Wsl. eilra ..,
Heavy whip Cord suits
jtlsi k Plaid Wnralsd, Huai
At 2a 00
Hon tn ItiHi stitn WursUd T FjQ
Ursb Ksrany suits.,,,,.,;
Hist K rcv iuln....... ........
Sssl Bmw.i sulis
Hlu Till!-!, Wsleuilru aulls
Msjkt Wnrsisd anil.,.......
Ilrsvy IHaional anlla ,.,.. ...
Dark (I my Worstsd suits ...
OLD ST. HELENS STORE,
Table and Pocket Cutlery
Dairy and Household
Cooking and Heating
and Copper Ware,
PorUaad Seed Co,
1 Cf. W. MtLLEft, Mgr
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,
SprajingApparatos and Material,
Ponltrj Supplies, Etc., Etc.
171 HioniitJ 81. 1'lirtlsinl, Orfnon.
St'inl tor fiilalo;.'!!, tin v tO 0m
Is now makliic rstfiilar rvunsV
tiips (rmu ' '
OAK POINT TO PORTLAND
Daily Except Wednesdays,
Uaviho OAK POIST,.
" KAINIKIt, ..
" T. HKI.KSS
.. 40 1. M.
, ,:! '
,11 Ml "
. ., .:0 P. U.
W. E. NEWS0M.
Oriental : Hotel.
8T. HEI.F.N8, OKEUOX.
Tb bnitss hss Wn fully rfnriila)i4
iarwiiriiiui situ inv iwai ui sil'csa
inodstluh will b sjarss,
TAtZ run In mnnrctlon Wi
Ui Imisi-Ii nt.Mibrg wkh in Nsnlt
a,H !..,, H.. j I -1 kill... ftl -
w... . ..... ,.,.f..n, . milll'Ki, D'R.I
for Tacoma trnttt lo . i. Kr fvriJBal
rniw sv 9 . n.
THE MODEL SALOOJf.
J. P. ( L0MNGEB. PropV.
8T. HELENS, . OKKUOX
Lienors and Cigars. Beer S Cts
BiHara and Pool TstU
for (La jplaeoramodatioa ot PatroM
OF COURSE YOU DO.
Cl t.'II HIE1HO THE fAMC. II Wl.isa
ii to nnd Hi nn art ilr-lrk.U Uaa t
imralias voor ' tiisiKratr."
Ksps eoiislantly on bsmt tb faiaoa
Cuban Blossom Cigars.
Tb Anrsi liar ol Inrs Hnasrs w4
Cluim In Ii fonnrl ililssld nf Part
Isriwl. Ami l( )on Ub to
iirs); In a nam nf
POOL OK BILLIARDS,
TliV lllira HAU ftlislt ItsssV lsslVs tLs
krt" uhttf In fown, Kverytdinf m w ni
Ht Hi Una. Orfiton.
Petition fur L'qnor LlttitiHi.
To tli Ilnnnrshlr i'iininiriiitr sail
Con n ty t 'on rt ot Ctlninlils county anil
Htat of Ori-jtlii for Columbia rnunty i
Vir, tlir nnilrrsliriint Icfsl v trra In larrr
Islmid nrri'lnrt. iwaiNrrtfullv iH-tiiion vimr
annoralln liorlv tlial a llrcnsc br uraiitcil lis
H. K foster & ('niianv, tnartl plriinoo",
vlnnns ami malt lluitur. In raid User Is.
Is d precin t In Iras qiiantltics than on
ssllon O" rli rairinil nf one jriar: YV Kan
in h, C Krnkuks I W J nnr. ri Mnnn, It
Htrhman. V M Ko-tsr, Frank Hlil oi. Jsshss
a! aiiKliton, .intiii Ari iiiu. .n I sriitn.ii M
linker. K A his-, K K O.llowsr. I. Ht- binsn.
0 A Kwd. II Jnhn l.nn, V O Marx. VI
I)lpprt, Wm Hartley, i K f'oiihnv, M M
Km 1. J K llnrk. 1 O Mara. M II Ki.vi r. U
Hall. Tliomis Tticksr. Jnlin Mallin.r, U V
llntson. W J Kslllr. V K Ynnnc. Ij Wsnstrr
J I rmrarhrr. H A fowlsr. H M Fowl. 0
Krnah, Jlin I'avsrd. lain Is Litcti Shush It
li Wnrka. t: W Wilnix. W WUsoir, I' li
Horn. John tilltrm, tins Anrtsraon, Knlsrrt
Nrl'on, Albrrt Wttlssr. t! W Marrliy. T
1'eoules. I.a rv rnl. Si MrKsv. A II Cun-
filnsliam .. B f Cunninaliam T'J Malion. T
flssh, M MrKenrb-. rharlrs Jnlmnin, W
I,0f1y. l Illl.lin, It W llratli. K Ivtssnn,.
John Hsnnna, Tianlvl Dlllsnl.Ca I Tanifin.
William Frs-h. Alittst Kli.KKl.lnni. t K
Krii kson, John Hmwlsyl I, Jnhn Jai nhsnn.
Alex Kan. Ixils Kar. Vk'tur Furrs r. Jul, an
Cadiitr, Oalirlrl JsimV, William Wlllsr.l,
W Honey, Uennls MPhois, It rrtsrHin.
k . I.. H.i....n. kLl..H Ul......H
0 0 Jaqtiisb, K U tiotr, K 8efTert. Mr" r
Hollis. Wm Oaildl-. K Mskr, W liv(n.
Win VsnoTi r. Jt'ox, MM. Psmn.lt. W ir
1 acker. 8 II WslUrr. ohn HellSrt. 1 1
Ponifrnrdrn'r. C K Hinlih. I Biwnaanlnrr,.
J II Mleln, 0 J- Keilv, It E Sn HIi. T Hnliul.-w
fat Wnkl-jr, Oust J .l.non, K larrsn,
John Tactartt, P Itiiuhes, II J Wlllmr
C W Hatiev. W Hull, O A Won s. W !
O-ni ll, K II Oirry. W O ItmiiKardncr. li
I. Crcann-d. P Adams, K J Its rue-, II 0
flor. K H Hini er, C I'rln. J H Orsy. Turn
Koiev. A 1' I'ahcr, (.'lias HumKariltier, J M
Hiu-ncr, J II Hwairrr, Roliert l.t Iniraton,
B w r osncr, John Mcttarlantl, K i wurneTi
F Y Foster. O Link. H Hlaka, O H Koi.tr,
J B Hsly, Wm Hi ott, T MgHtfoot. W M
Tomllnson, O A Morel, A Neer, V KrsmsN
JWhltaker. Wm Dosrd, P Chsten. H
Woodliam.O Janson. U Bicott, f'nooii.
J Hientt. A Jacoksofl. A Atlllsrsoil. V
Conlet, J Itate, L A Kfncald, 0 r Jones,
John 'Mainland II nntns F Jobnslon. I
'oror,jriillr. Bonier, W Frailer. B
W Wlin.it. 0 DarM. it Lbik, O (J i.''"'r'
f T WAHlll'Wr, j V unswifi, -
J Woods, W Link, A Hfn J I.swrerr, .
TWMltclull.WK Fowlir, f Kterd.a,
Hunt, . . ... . ,
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