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THE OREGON MIST.
BUlidCRirnoN. 1.50 l'K YE All.
St. Helkns, July 8, 1892.
WUVtR AND FIELD.
The people's puny national conven
Aiuti which met in Oimli Mond iy
nominal J June E. Weaver, of Iowa.
fur presidunt, anil J. 0. field, of Vir
jrtua, for vie president. JSverywlTott
brought to bear upon Judge Ore
hum, of Indians, tu accept U naonl
nation but without effect, TJjey even
went M far to offer to liquidate iiis
indrbtednetx, amounting to Some
thing like $50,009, if lw would lie their
standard-bearer, but Judge GreahsuiV
.honest motives prevented this, bepoa
Itively decliuiug to be it caudidue on
As to General Weaver, he is the
iimi bratd-iuiuded (?) individual ihui
went down to Clutakuuje aud .orgau
ted ft boycott against this paper dur
ing tbe last campaign. J:rb.ajia his
ilreaie boycott proclivities axe tiie
foundation for bis nomination. Mr.
Field, lor vice p -etiiteat, is not (nan
widely koowo, but We predict i i tbi.
ess the "tail wag the dog," and
that tho nominee lor vice presi
dent in equal, U not superior to the
bead of tbe ticket.
''We demand a national currency, safe,
sound, and flexible, issued by the general
go .-eminent ; a f nil legal tender fur alt debt
public and private, aud that without bank
ing corporations ; a just, equitable, and suf
ficient distribution to (be peoples a tax not
to exceed S per rent per annum to be pro
vided, a set fortli ia the subtreaxury plan
of tbe farmer' alliance, or a better system,
aba by payment in the discharge of it ob
ligation for public improvement. " ".'
"(a) We demand tiie free and unlimited
coinage of stiver and gold at the present
lal ratio of 16 to I."
"(b) We demand ths amount of circulat
ing medium be speedily increased to not
less than $50 per capita.'
"(e) We aetnand a graduate! income
"(d) We believe the money of the com
try should be kept at much as possible in
ti bauds of the people, and hence demand
all state ami a Uional revenues shall be
limited to tbe necessary exieases of ti e
government, economically and honestly
") We demand postal savings banks
t established by the government for the
safe deposit of tbe earnints of tbe people,
and to facilitate exchange."
"Transportation being the weans of ex
chance and a public necessity, the govern
ment should own and operate the railroads
)n the iuU ieit of the people. Tbe telegraph
and telephone, like the postotlica system
feting a necessity for the transmission of
news, should be owned and operated by
he government In the interests uf the peo
Ble." "Lend, including all tbe natural sonrces
ml wealth, is the heritage of tbe people and
should not be monopolised for speculative
trarposrs.and alien ownership of land should
fee prohibited. All land now held ly tbe
railroad knd other corporations, in excess
f their actual needs, and all lands now
ewned by aliens, should be reclaimed by
the government and held fur actual settlers
Tbe platform, in its demand for free
coinage of silver, only indorses what
the republican senate hat already
done by the passage of the free-coin-
ajje bill last week, aud which is now
fcefore tbe democratic house of repre
sentatives for consideration. It also
demands that all land now held by
corporations (railicads principally) in
ces of their actuaj needs "should be
reclaimed by tbe government for actual
settlers." This is the doctrine which
tlie democrats have been advocating
for year, and at a glance seems the
proper thing to do ; but when we con
sider that these corporations acquired
there lands from the people by tiie
tower delegated to congress in good
faith, and at the time when the urgent
demand of the undeveloped country
iCalled for these roads to be built
through the wilderness, the situation
seems difjureut. It is not honest ot
ienwsteut 4o repudiate your own sig
nature. When a man deliberately
snakes a contract over his own auto
graph lie should thereby abide. The
Mine is true of congress. That these
Sand grant were, to some degree,
wrong we are in accord, but to attempt
to undo it now would be inconsistent
with common law. We believe that
where the roads were not completed
svubin tbe required time the land
should revert to the people. But where
tiie corporations complied with their
part of the contract, to take that land
away from them would be like a man
giving his note for a certain amount,
and when it became due refusing io
recogni20 bis own signature.
In his sermon at Uillsboro lust Can
dy, ICev, Hpangter, jn substance, said :
'It is impossible for a man to be de
vout Christian and at the same time
affiliate with the different secret" so
cieties, (meaning the Masonic, Odd
fellows, K. of P. and other societiee)
aud when you find a man interested
and participating in Oiess and kindred
.organisations he is not consecrated to
Ood." We dissent with the -brother
In tins. If the ministry would preach
and practice a little more of the d
xipline of these so-called "ungodly" so
cieties there would bo a great deal
mora Godliness In the church than
Did any one notice that the repuMV
an senate passed th free-coin air-f
silver bill last week by a vote of 25 to
33? The Oregon delegation was divided,
Dolph voting "way" and Mitchell
"aye." Most of the senators from the
Northwest voted for the passage of (he
.t il, end it is now before the house for
(irvW deration, -i
AGRICULTURAL LABOR IN UAHU
jy report Just issued by the secretary
of itjrricuUure relative to the compen
sc.it i.m of laborer on farms in diflVr
nt sections i thu United Sttts,druws
nil interesting conipnrisou between
the wages of such laborers in sections
exclusively devoted to agricultural
mid those in which manufui'turinx in
dustries have ulo been established
From this report we learn that tin
a.verage monthly Wages of ,frm luboi
at tbe preseut iim are as follows:
avcasoc monthly WAuti or tkn upon.
Eaatsrn States 20 i
Middle States... .,....
WetsTiSit 22 6)
iouthcra State.) H8C
We have eliminated tiie Puoiti
State from this comparison becaim
of abnoriiml conditions, such as tin
extreme scarcity of Is.bor, existing in
those common wealths. CousiJeriiu
the sections given in otir table, we find
that wages ere .highest in. tho E.ist
urn States, which are vsnentiaDy Miu
ufacturiiig cniiiHinitii'S Continnint
through the Middle and Western State,
wages gradually fall, being lowest in
'he Fouth.the section most iliKtiiictl.
agricultural. The same result is shown
tu the comparison between wages in
individual elates :
...... 26 21)
...... 36 00
From the figures given we readilv
perceive that Wagi'a of farm laborer
are higher or lower, according sis the
section of the country in questior it
more or lets a manufacturing section.
This i a natural consequence of plac
ing the l inn and factory together, foi
the market devtlojied by the latter f.r
the pnalncts of the former not only re
sult itl higher prices for those pro
ducts, but also, and through thoai-
higher piiccs, in higher wages for the
woikingmen producing them. Tiuit.
we have another demonstration of tlit
beu'.'ticent effect on agiiculture of our
Ho Tells the Etory of the Murder of
Last FiMay Charles Wil.-on, who was ar
rested and locked up in the tlacKama,
i ojuty jail charged with tbe niuidi-r of lit
te it ami.' Walsh, at UilwaukK-, confrssed
to ha.ing committed the crime, tel tng hoiv
be conin itted the awful deed and disposed
of the body; that his first intent was t ) out-
rase his victim, but that in the strugla
that followed he forgot his object (this is
lil;iitved by many) and proceeded to put
an cue tu bar innocent life by clioUna btr
to death; that after t..is was aeooiupliiheU
he draped her tbrjugli thj burbed wire
fence, and concealed her in the brush; that
after tue arrest uf Kates he tuok t.ie bucket
and hook and depo-i e l them near Hafts'
ca'iin, hOi iu- that it mijht fat.'U the guilt
As soon a. this confession was mad
Sheriff Samson, of Oregon City, at oi.ee
brought, Wiii-on to Portland, and plat ed
biiu in the county J til there us a more safe
place against mob vlole ici". Friday night
a mob of several thon-aud people g ilhenM
a ound the Portland ja.l and dtiuanded
that Wilson be piodnced , tjlierilf Ktliy.
antii iputin' this, had summoned a large
posse of puhcu and deputy sheriffs to his
assistance. Finally the crvwd became t-o
in raged thut reitence futther eenud fu
t.le, and tbe cbeiitf allowed them toappoint
a ( otum Ui-e of three to search tbe j U, but
Wilson could not he found. This was done
by a sreood rimmitte.' without making any
discovery. The crowd was not yet saiiitied,
so s committee of twenty mr r a thorougli
search of the bui'ding with the same rso;t.
aiieritT Kelly had take i the precautlm to
move Wilson early in the at'Wrnoon to pri
vate quarters in Alhiua to evade the nioh.
On baturda) be wai again brought back to
tbe west ri le and placed In a carriage, then
driven to H.lhboro. accompanied ly Siier
itJ Kelly and Deputy Morgan. There they
took the train at 6 p. " for McMinnville.
and from tiie latter place tbey were to pro
ceed by private conveyance to the state
peniten iary at Salem where be could be
kept in safety. It wan about li o'clock at
night, a they were enroute from McMiuu
ville to SaUra, while In tbe wood", tbe
prisoner, not being banl ufTeil, jumped
from the c.iniaue and m ide hi escape
through tbe darkness into the woods. No:
a siiot was tired at him.-ithcr by the sheriff
or his deputy, and alt search for him proved
of no avail. The people of the surround
In count:-)' wers notified, and in s ft-w
hours the country was bti ig scoured for
the ciimi.isl but up to Monday evtninj no
trace of bim has been revealed.
When it was learned that Wilson bad
esca ped all sorts of conclusion were ar
rived a. Borne claimed that a mob had
met tbe party und had lynched him, and
others avowed that he hsd arrived safely in
tbe penitentiary, and the story had been
told in order that violence might not at
tack bim in those quartern, but if these
rumors have any foundation wc do not see
what object SbciiT Kelly would have in
causing such a shower of censure upon bim
as is beinic indulged in br the excited mul
titude. That the brute escaped there is no
Cp 1 1 pres Imur nt news of Wilson's
rapture has bun received
BHIGHI-PAUK-sJ. At t 'atskanfe. June
ISO mu. by Justice C. C. Iee. Mr. John I.
Parks ami Miss Emma Bright; all of Co
feed in Uniiosji cf Jlojaes
v 0"01 lonks are more thnn sklr deep, de
pending upon a healthy condition of the
vital organ.'' If the liver be Inactive, you
have a biltoti look, If your xtoauich be til
ordered yon htivc a dyspeptiu lxk and It
your kidneys be affected you haves (duelled
iook Strtiie irt-o ! health and yu will
havogood looks. Hcutrtc liitters Is t:
areat alterative and Tonic act-, dlree tly on
these vital organs, Cuits pimple?, blotches,
boil i and aives a good coiuplexion. Cold at
Edw n IXo.m' urug i-t ie, 80c per hott'e.
JOHN A. BECK.
The Watchmaker and Jeweler.
ELEGANT : : i JEWELRY.
I'he Finest assortment of Watch". Clocks,
and Jowelry at oil descriptions.
apposite the K-m m I, rorll od Orweon.
One Price Cash Store.
Ladies' Fine Shoes
' PATENT MEDICINES.
RAIXIER, s s : : OREGON.
Final ;nlemcnt and Distribution.
Xct'C is hereby gi-en that I, the under
signed ad. idnistiator of the estate of Kd
win A. Libcy, deceased, have filed my tinul
account a ndmiui'tnitor of anl estate, in
ibd t'ountv Cmri of the Stute if Ur. g.m,
for Columbia t'oivity. together with icy pe
tit. ton for c.i-tiibuiiOM of the residue of
said evtats nw remaining in n y n. n is a
such niiini :iir tor as descri ied and set
forth in my said tinal reivrt aud petiiiuii
fur ditribut:on. an i that the said court litis
flxen t'ie &th day of riei item her, 1-2 at the
hicir of 2 o'c'o k 1. M , of a i l day, and
tbe court rooni of said court us the time
and pl.'ce for hearimr objections to the
s:,id tinal ai counts aud a. id iietitloti fur
distribution o( tlie reMduo of si I est ne.
It. W. rLUMKR.
Adminl trator of the esta e of Kdin
A. Ubev, deceased. . jsaj
Dated" J.lly , A. f. 1S92.
SAWMILL FOR SALE.
Eafd Pswmil' is si uated on the St. Helens
road, shouts miles southeast of Glcneoe
Washington county, Orce n. Machinery
in perfect runi.ine order: Knelne Is 4o-borse
power, ten lr twenty, Uuiler5u inches in
diameter and It eet long; Nev head bock
(Uatcbet): Also sawdust carrier; Larre 1 t
of cedar now on nan-1 ior sate, j ernu
inaile known on application to the under
signed. Would exchange for city or iiu
pruVed fa: m prope. t v.
Xtnchleu's arnica ttnlve.
The Best Salrs io tbe world for Cuts, Bruises,
Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever Bores, Tetter,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Coras aud all Kkio
Empttous, a$d positively enrcs Piles, or no pay
required. U is guaranteed to give perfect saU
fa'tlon, or money refunded, Trice W cents per
box. ' For Sale Bv Edwin Ross.
Weather and Crop Bulletin.
Our weekly report of the condition
of the weather and crops for week end
ing July 5, 1892:
Weather. The hot period brt ke on Tues
day, June, 38, .-ince b b r h time it bai been
coider. i tt almost normal temperature. ith
an average amount of sunshine; no rain
I as fa Ku during the past .even days. The
w.nda have been no.tberly sod fresh in
Crops. Rain is badly nreded, for all veg
etation is in want of ill the ground is dry
and is bcon4ng more so, day by day,
under the influence of the dry winds. Fall
wheat is heading, but it is not up to the
average. Spiing wheat would yet be greatly
benefitted by rains. 'J he total wheat yield
oflSUt in Western Oregon amounted to
nearly 9X00,000 bushels, while this year it
wi.t not amount to over 7.C0O.SG0 bushels
tbe unfavorable weather conditions lessen
ing the yield for this year. Tbe oat crop
while fair, will be short of last year's crop
by a! out 20 per cent. Haying is now in
progress in all sectit ns and good yields are
generally repotted, though ill a few lucali
ties it is nut up to the average .
The present weather conditions are ex
tremely favorable to the hops, which are
growing finili ; the hop louse is to be found.
but not tbe damage fiom them of last year
is expicted thi. There has been a line
new growth to all young trees, but there is
a noticeable lack of fruit. Rasp and black
berries are ripe and plentiful. There i. a
general fa lure of prunes aud plums which
was never known before. Corn has slow
growth , due to tbe absence of rain.
Gardens need rain bauly. as does also
the potato crop, the latter will be a short
crop if it does not receive more moisture
soon. The peach and wutermel in crop of
Josephine and Ja kson counties promise
fair returns,! he quality is expected to make
up fur ibe loss in quantity.
R. S. Paooi.
Observer Weather Bureau.
Remember thitt you can get receipt
books at this office for SO cents each.
Jjg scales for sale at the Mist office
at 60 cents each. -.,
Boycott Weaveb for president.
How do yon like itT
40 Years the Standard
ST. HELENS HOTEL
J, George, Proprietor.
Tables always supplied wt hthrbcstcdihlun
ami delicacies thu market allows.
FOR RE30LAR BOARDERS.
' Having been newly rcfurnidied. we
are prepared to give satisfaction to ull
our patrons, and iclic't a share of your
STATK OP OltKOON? I , '
County ot Columbia.!
Rv virtue of nn exectitio'i and ordrr nf
a'e'i.siiod out uf the i iicult Court oi th.
State nf Orison, for the County of t! linn
i It, to me directed, in tavor of Augu-t
Kevser and a.rain t Mrrthi 1". Kmipp, for
tiie' sum of f-'l" So dollars judgment, with
mttre-t at the ra'e o per cent per year
from the IWh daV of Mav. MO-, and the
further sum of J.WSXI doharr costs mid ac
cruing cost, C'unmandii.g me to make sale
of the following-dese ibed real property,
iii-wit: Iho southwest ii of section .W,
township S north, ranite 3 west of the Wit
I in ett-j Meridian, together with the tene
n:cnt, heredituuenta and appurtenances
. U..-....H... U. ..i,..in., .. in uncViuu n,,.r.
tainlne; all bting .situated tn tlolumlin
Countv, estate oi uregon. I tiuty itvicu
uixn aid prcmisci on the Uth day nf June,
Now. in pnrmnnce nf iaid execntlnn. I
will, on tiie trd dav of July. lKri, at the
hour of 10 o'clock A. M ., at tho Court
liou.se iloor. in said county and stale, sell
lit nubile iinc Ion. all thu ik-ht. title tlaim
and interest in and to the iil'uve-dtcribed
real nisrmritv oi Murtln H. Knunn. to the
hkhe t bidder therefor, fur crsh to satisfy
saiu execution, inuret anu rovrs.
W. A. MKEKER.
j2lj22. Bheriff of Columbia County, Or,
STATE OF ORKtiON". (
County of Columbia.
l'.y virtue of nn execution and order of
sale issued out of the Circuit iVurt of the
Mate of Oregon . for the t.'unntv of Colom
bia . io ma directed, i i favor of Renel Nlm
a d against C. Ltvenworth and Kxte M.
Leveuwurth. tor the sum nf U,:t.0O dollars
judgment, with interest ut the rute of H per
cent, i vcar. from the tith dav of Mav.
10)3. und the lurthcr auiu of )S.2i dollars
costs and nccruh g cRt, cuninauding me
o make sau ot me. luiiuwiiig-iiescificu
reul (iropcriy, t-lt: The north K of
mil beast and southwest Mof southeast
ii anu norl n asi ot southwest X i.ecuoii
li. township 7 north, ra ge 4 west, und
northwest M section 11. town 0,1:) Vi nrili,
run.-e 4 west, aud southca-t sections.
1 1 nship 7 north, rane.l wi-st of the Wil
lameite Meridian, tce. tlicr with the tene-
ment. hen ii.it.inieiits and annuitcnances
thereuntil be'onKtug or in swyci-e apper-
luioiiiir; all nana nuatv.it in t olumoia
Countv. i-iate of Oreiron, I dul levied
upon said prcini-es ou the ISthdayof June,
Now . in pursuance of said execution. I
will, on the SSili day of July, IWA at the
hour of lOo'clocls A" M , at the Court House
door i-i said county afid state, sell at public
auction, an me tinnt, titie.cuiiin an i inter
est in and to theabove-descrilied re d (irop.
erty of C. V. lavenwnrth and Kftto M.
Lcven worth, to the highest bidder t' erefor,
for cash to sutify sa d exeru'ton. interst
ana costs. v. A. Mr.r.ivr.u,
j2tj22 Sheriff of Columbia County, Or.
A at ice oi Final Settlement.
tn the County Court of the State of 0regn
for Columbia County.
In tbe matter of the estate of Electa K,
On rcaoiiigand tiling tbe final account
alio petition ul Eugene It . dirty, ailtnlois
t.atorof the -state of libeta K. tiirtv, ile-cen-ed.
and praviu-j! for an order of di-t i
hutior. of the reidue of saile tnte enii ng
the persons e t tied, ft 1 ordered that ail
persons I'-tcrtsted pi tbe estate of s.d I
Electa K. Glr.v. dec a id be and niioiar
before the County rou t of the Countv of
Columbia. Mate of liregon. at the court
mom uf said court in M. Uens, n aid
ciiiimy an 1 state, on Satn 'Uav the SOth day
of July, IKftt, at 10 o'clock a.' m. , and then
and there to show cause why a dd account
should nut he vetllel as 'pre-ent-d, and
why an order of distribnti in i-hould not be
ma le of the residue of rail e-tste muring
the heirs of sai 1 deceased according t law.
It is fiirt ier ordered that a copy of ibis
order be published at least mice a w ck tor
four uccesive weeks before the raid 30th
day of July, lsfti, in the Oi.-r.ui.N Mist, a
ne,vs apcr uf general circulation piiuted
anil nublished in said ronni v am! slate.
242'i l. J. SWlTZKB. county Judge.
oile of final Ketilemeut.
fn the County Court of tbe State of Oregon,
for Coluuih a ounty
In the matter of the estate of Henry Cirty,
On rea iiuz and filing the final account
and petition fordistrtbu'ion of Euetne It.
Glrty, administrator of the estate ot Henry
Ginv. deceased, and praying for an order
of di-tribution of the residue of said estate
among the pen-on entitled, it ia ordered
that all persons interested in the estate of
lltnry Git ty, deceased, he and appear be
fore the County court of tbe County of Co
lumbia, Ktate of Oregon, at the courtroom
of raid court. In M. Helens, in sait! county
and state, on 8aturday, the 30th day of
July 1S1X!, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day,
and then and there to show cause why ?aid
account should not be settled as presented ,
and why an order of distribution should
not lie made of the rs-i'iue of said estate
among the heirs of said deceased according
to law. Itl. further ordered that a copy
of the order be published at least nin e a
week for four successive weeks before said
30th day of July, 1W, in the OitxaoH Mist,
a newspaper of general circulati hi, printed
and published in said co intv ami state,
j2IJ- V. J. SWiTZEU, County Judge.
A Dew and complete treatment, eonsistlngof
8upponttrlei, Ointments In Capsulea, al-o in
Ho and fill.: a Pualtfve Cure far Kxterusl, In
ternal, Ulln't and bleeding, Itchlog, I Ii route,
f'.ecent or IlereUftarv l'ilea. and inanv other
dlKeases and female wcakues.e i: It is ulwiiy.a
lireat benefit to the ceneml health. The tint
diBCovei y of a mciieat cure reti'lerlngan opera-
uon witn me anite untice9iary ntreuTier. i uis
Keinely hua never been known to fail, flier
ho it. 6 furSV neat bv mall. Whv raffer from this
terrible diKeaae when a written guarantee is
given witli 6 boss, ti rsfund lbs money If not
cure t. fiend mtsnip for free tfumpls. Guarantee
is.iie.1bv Woodard, CMRsa it Co., Wholeals
and ReUll Urnsaiau, Sola Aacnta, Portland, Or.
The Gclekatcd Freuclj to,
Is Sold a .
tn . "r anr fn.nt
or an diaomuol
neol Btimulnun. AFTFI
Tobacco orOp!u:n,or tbrouFhiciUnful iuJlaere
tlon.overtndulscneu.A? .auchai ymof rlraln
Fowor, Walcef'dneaa, rearing down PalniltitbS
btck. Steininsl Weakness, II vittrla. Nenoaa Pr s
tratlon, Noeturnal Etnlreioua, 1 e corrhrra. Ills
slaecs. Wrsk Memory, Lou ot Power and Impo
teacr. whl' blf negleeteil often lead to premature
Old aT aa 1 iu'an:t. Prtro t'.JO a bov, (boxes
or 15.00. Cent bv ma I oi receipt oi o-les"
aw mrrr-.x or a kantf.k is given for
eveiTti i.fl"reri-eivd, tirefind tiienioarjr i(
a raroianenS e-- i. not efrsefst Wa ha-
t ioii'sudaof tentlmonlala fmrno'd sd ym:r..
rf botb sexes. whohav. ben permanently mrci
ty tbeuseof Apbroditlne. CiicuUrlree. Addrccs
THT AOHRO MEDICINE CO.
Wlcra Uranch. P-ox 27. Pobti tan. Ob.
For sale by EDWI ROSS, Daccaut,
Bt. Helens, Ur,
Farm & SU3HI RlJachinerypS
. 0 fMATTERj
STUMP PULLERS, "Rk
Engines, Boilers, Wagons, Boggles, Etc, Etc.
LARGEST STOCK. .
. . .''.,''.:'.'
Prices the Lowest.
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVER
MACHINERY & VEHICLES,
NEW MARKET BLOCK - PORTLAND, OREGON.
QR. W. C. BlihT, M, D.,
1'iiysiciA and sukoeon.
Hart & Sweetland,
St. Helens Meat Market
Fresh and Salted Mesti. Fatisage, Flsl
Meats by wholesale at special rates,
F.xp-ess wngon run ti all rurts of town
and charges reasonable.
OF COURSE VOB DO.
oreil TiElNO '1 HE CASE. It behoove.
O yon to tind the most du-ir&hle plscu to
purchase vour- invig'-ruuir.
Keeps constantly ou baud the famous
Cuban Blossom Cigars.
The f nest line of VI inn I l iuors and
Cigars tu le found ihissids id Port
land. Aud if you l h to
engage in a game of
POOL OR BILLIARDS,
Thev can asur you that they have the
best table in lown. everything lo w and
nuit, and your patruiiagv is ra-pectfudy
St Helens, Oregon.
J. S. (L0MXGE0, rrop'r.
ST. HELEN'S, OREGON.
Liouors and Cigars. Beer 5 Cts.
Billanl and Pool JFabla .
for the ?eeommodation of Patrom
TIIE UTI A.niR
Is now maklnir regular round
OAK POINT TO PORTLAND
Daily Except Wednesdays,
Lkaviho OAK I'OIKT... ..... .4:4(1 A. M
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K At, A M A .7:00 "
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AaRivwa 1'OUTI.AM) 11:00 "
..1:00 P. M
W. E. NEWSOM.
125 acres, partly iiuproisl,aboutti. miles
from Mist, on Xhnlem liver, about 40 acres
bottom laud, good bouse, barn, bearing or
chard of 100 trees. . Apply to
U. 0. FEAKS0.
Flshhawk. Or. J10 lin
',' NOTICK. :''..
Cnltsd State. Land Office, Oregon City, Oregon,
Mav za. isti'2.
COMPLAINT having been entered at ibta
odice by William 3. Mcbnuuld again.t
jumes t. olun ior uDanatiniiiK ana tun
ing to tnaks retftewstit, Impro.nineiit,
or eultlViKiun. on ths land prior to
February 1 W9'2, hla boiueateiul entry
No. S7(K, dated July 18, IWiO.upon the IhhI. i.k
and 4, vectlon i, township :t north, ranes S wsst,
in Coitinibla county, Oregon, with a view to lbs
cancellation of .aid entry, the raid psrllea ars
hr.i bv "umrneneil tn appear at St. Ilalsiia.Ors-
Son, before ths county clerk on the Ztad day of
uly. at 10 o'clock A. U., to rs.pond and
furnish teatlnony enncsrolng raid alleged
abandonment. And on the testimony then ub
milled a bearing will be had at tbi ofllcs oo
22nd of Aticnat. IsSi, st 10 o'clock A. M.
J. T. AFrXUSON, UeKl.ter,
m PETEK PAtJUET, Becslver.
Notice rinal Selllement.
In the Conntv Court of the State of Oregon,
for Columbia County.
In tbe matter of the estate of William II.
On rein ing and filing the final account
and petition for tinal settlement of Josiuh
Konkle, the aiimfiil trator of the estnte of
William H. Tttttle. deceased, it is ordered
tlmt nil persona interehtcd In the estate of
Wi liutn H, Tuttle, deceawd , he and mi
pear before the County Coiirtof thet'ouiity
of Colombia Stata of Oregon, at the Court
mom of siiid t'onrt. in St. Hehni. in snid
Cuunty and rttete, on Mattirdav, the SOIh
day of July, 18..'. at 10 o'cluck a. i". on that
nay, and then and there to show causa why
f aid account shnnld not I s settled as pre
eniid and tiled, and why llmil fetHtinent
of said eitflte ahould not he mnde,
It is futther ordered that a copy nf this
order he publiened at Ita.t once a week tor
fnnr'ucce.Kive wek before said Hbth day
of July. 1H02, in the Osroon Miar a news
pirierof general circulutinn printed and
Jinbliahed in ssid County and Htate.
1 j28 : p. J. ewiizua, County fudge.
WE ARE M MANUFACTURERS
SACKS AND FROCKS!
Sacc:ssors to Brow nsville Wa.Ln Hills.
Retail store, 140 First street, under the Gilman,
THE PORTLAND JEWELER.
Watches, Jeweler, and Optical Goods.
Fine Watch aud Jewelrv Repairing
Orders from tho Country Solicited.
165 First Street. Between Morrison ond Yamhill. Portland, Cr.
CASH STOKE !
W. J. W1UCKLE & CO.
Crockery, I Boots, Shoos,
Glassware, Ladies Dress Goods,
Quecnsware. j Furnishing Goods.
LUMBER. SHINGLES, ETC.
Produce Taken In Exchange.
It Will Pay You to Consult Our Prices.
RAINIER, - - - OREGON.
"THE RETAIL MERCHANT ia the ncceHHury
1 Medium of Tri.de between the Mitnufiictuwr
und the CoiiBumer. He must protect the interest
of his cuptomers by purchasing io the lovet ttnd
find best markets, and by selling to his patrons
at the Lowest Possible Prices.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
In keeping these true principles of trade always ia
view ; often loaves the old track and strikes "across
lots" for Bargains for his customers. His stock of
Is being enlarged by New Goods Every Day.
1 . I?1 wen'stit to nam. ths msnV rlltTrrsnt art'cles kept
w.e't'i ' fro'" Sry 'r-.( I' thins. Litcfics1 Wear Osntleraenls
?Md?S?i!v? i "!ld H"dwrs. Cwnkery and Glaswsra. Oranlts
W I WITH
. i n 1 1 1
av isas awwei-t
TO mi AHY
MAKr.3 IK i
Of TWO KKi
WOrWlW rTji. MAX
34 TO 54.
AND DEALER IN
OLD ST. HELENS STORE,
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