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I. SELLING, OREGON CITY. OREGON.
We are showing in large variety choice new styles and late novelties. Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots
and Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps, Groceries, Etc.
It gives us pleasure to call at
tention to our new stock. In the
matter of prices we shall continue
to deserve our reputation as close
Imyers and sellers. Call and get
quotations on any line of goods you
may incline to purchase.
Ve carry full and complete as
sortments." sell only straight goods
and guarantee our prices to 1 the
lowest for the same class of goods.
A careful examination of the prices
quoted will insure us your trial
order if you have never dealt with
tis before, and once our customer
you will always bo our customer.
We extend our thanks to our
patrons for past favors and shall
not fail to use every effort to merit
a continuance of their good will in
Yours Trul v.
Best Cabot AV, St in. wide, 1(5
yds. for fl 00
Atlantic L I., 30 in. wide, IS
vds. for 1 X
wmh 1. 1.. j. . ueeiwcon BMM.T, mum
Meantime tbe mam body of the boa
tiles was still ghost dancing and howl
ing through the wintry night far over
to the north among the breaks and
chasms of the Bad Lands, so strong In
numbers and so secure from assault 1
within the lines of their natural fortress
as to laugh to scorn all premonition of
disaster. Runners had gone to every
tribe urging concerted action and united
revolt. Every day brought new acces
sions, and all that was needed to enable
them to bid defiance to the encircling
force was the arrival of the great bands
that had broken away from the reserva- i
tions along the Missouri, followers and I
would be avengers of the old chieftain j
Sitting Bull, who had died in names, a
rebel to the last. Brule and Ogallalla. '.
Tncpapa and Minneconjoo here were
the warriors, re-enforced by many a
new grown son, who bad fought the
white soldiers summer after summer,
time and again, in the bloody days of
the decade past the Brules especially
once restrained by the wisdom of old
Sintogaliska, now ripe for any deviltry
and well nigh unanimous for war to the
Without noteworthy incident, Ber
rien's command had circled around to
the east of the sacred lines of the reser
vation, had spent a day or two explor
ing the breaks and ravines of a dozen
little streams flowing into the Wakpa
Washtay, had located trail after trail of
travois, pony and lodge pole tracks, had
scoured the wide valley of the main
stream, but without sight of a single
warrior, much less a war party. , The
still smoking ruins of two ranches told,
however, of recent visitation, and the
hoof marks of cattle mingling with the
pony tracks pointed unerringly whither
the spoil had been driven. Meantime,
while nothing could be seen of the wily
red man, every hour gave new proof
that their own movements were closely
observed. Signal smokes went puffing
skyward on almost every side, and the
night sentries declared that twice just
before dawn of two successive morn
ings they had dimly seen shadowy
horsemen darting over the neighboring
ridges and had heard the thud of nimble
hoofs. Even in the faded gray of the
bunch grass, even on the hard frozen
ground, experienced eyes could find cor
roboration of the story.
AlrrutHt in the fore of the foremmt Sioux
hU revolver blaze it challenge.
Daring Indian scouts were ever on
their flanks and front and rear, making
no overt move against them, but keep
ing the hostile camp fully informed of
everything that was being done and
watching restlessly for opportunity to
cut off every straying charger, to cut
down every straggling man. Knowing
all this full well, Berrien had given
strict orders neither officer nor trooper
wag permitted to leave the column by
day nor the bivouac by night; and now
its mission accomplished, the column
Aurora C, Ili in. wide, 20 vds.
Lonsdale, 3(5 in. w ide, 12 yds.
First Call, 3ti in. wide, 14 yds.
Fruit. 36 in. wide, 11 yds
Dutt or Cloth, 4" in. wide 14
Our Best Trims, 20 yds
Shirting, best quality 20 yds.
Indigo l!lue, figured, fast col
ors, lti yds
tiood Quality Press Ginghams
Nice Small chock Apron Ging
hams. 12 yds
Excelsior Chocks. 10 yds
Canton Flannel shirting, S yds
English Cheviot, 8 yds
Medium Quality. 14 yds
Heavier Quality, 12 yds
Extra Quality, S yds
Flannels, Cassimeres, Etc.
Heavy Striped Cheviot
l oo !
i oo !
1 IK. j
1 00 '
We respectfully invite you to inspect
naa started on return niatvn. ana up to ,
this time no casualty had occurred. So ;
long as the isolated battalion was mov-1
ing toward the hostile camp, nvaring !
every hour the overwhelming array of ;
the enemy and separating itself farther j
and farther from friendly supports, no
bar had been put to its progress. But '
now the Indian scouts could see that it !
was turning back, probably in the hope ;
of regaining the cautouuieut unuio-j
It was a sunshiny Decern tier after-'
noon; the air was as clear as a bell, the
clouds that obscured the eastern sky at ;
dawn had long since drifted out of sight, j
and in all its broad expanse the pule j
blue vault of the heavens wore not so
much as a feather of vapor. Who that ,
rode ia the laughing, chatting, jautity i
column that sparkling day could realize
the change a few hours might effect on t
the sileut, breeieless solitudes around ;
them? At noon the sun was so warm
that many a trooper had stripped off !
his heavy overcoat and turned up the 1
flaps of the rough fur cap. Except in I
deep ravines hardly any snow was to j
be seen. The dull gray snrface of the i
rolling prairie, wave after wave, lay
basking, and the leafless branches of the
cottonwoods overhanging the frozen i
pools were glistening, sparkling lu the :
lifegiving rays. The advance guard j
after breaking the ice and treating their
horses to a mouthful of water at the j
stream, had moved on at brisk trot, and :
now the stalwart riders were spreading
out in extended order as they breasted
the slope. Out to the west, full five hun- I
dred yards, the wary flankers could be '
seen, some crossing the stream farther j
down the valley, while other comrades :
appeared over the barren ridge behind.
that no sneaking foe might crawl np un- j
observed and send a lung range bullet !
from ita shelter down into the swarm of I
troopers at the ford. So, too, the flauk-
era to the east and the sturdy little knot i
of rear guardsmen just popping up over !
the divide so recently crowed, all told of j
ceaseless vigilance on every side. Ber-
nen has not ridden the Sioux trail a
score of years for nothing. He takes no
chances where the security of his com
mand is concerned, and has small onin
lon of the leader who subjects tntan M
needless risk. I
And now one after another the font ;
troops nde into close column on the j
northward bank; the men dismount, un- j
saddle, and presently, with side lines in '
hand, each trooper leading his faithful
steed, the four herds are guided to the
separate grazing grounds already chosen '
and "pre-empted" by wide awake Bubal- j
terns or sergeants. There the side lines ;
are carefully adjusted, the bridles slipped
off, three or four men remain in sad-1
die as herdguard and the horses are
left to graze. Rich with nutriment is
that crisp, dry bunch grasp rich and
plentiful. The mules of the pack train
bray with impatience to shed their loads
and join their envied four footed com
rades, but presently they, too, follow
ing the bell, are streaming out upon
the guarded prairie, rolling in luxury
upon the frosty earth and kicking their
legs in air in genuine delight. From a '
dozen little fires among the bare limbed
cottonwoods the thin smoke is curling I
aloft, and the rattle of tin cup and plate i
and the jovial voices of the men seem
to clamor for their soldier rations. In ;
Jong rows the saddles and equipments j
were aligned npon the turf, each man's
carbine and belt at his saddle. Huge
rolls of robes and blankets are unstrap
ped and spread to air, and all this time, j
while the troop officers are looking to
the comfort and security of their horses, I
.Major Berrien, followed by a single or- j
derly, is riding about from point to j
point to satisfy himself that the guards i
are stationed where best they can se
cure the bivouac against surprise.
The ridge to the southwest is higher
than those which limit the view at other
points, and thither Berrien is now riding
at easy lope. Rolfe and Hazlett, watch
ing him for a moment, exchange an ap
preciative nod as they hear from the
group of soldiers at the nearest camp
fire some brawny son of the old sod re
jnark, "Just luck at the Quid man now;
ore it's a smart redskin that will ever
."4-in. Water Proof
Light Weight Cassimero
Good Quality Cassimero
Extra Qualitv Cassimero. . . .
Rod Flannol'T willed
Host Quality, per pound
All Shades, f pound bunches
Tins, 2 papers
Needles, 2 pajvrs
Knitting Cotton, 4 Kills
Garter Elastic, jht yd
Skirt ltraid, roll
Ladies' lllnck Cotton Hose . .
Ladies' All Wool ltlack.riblH.,1
Misses' lirown Mixed Hose. 3
Infants' All Wool Hl.iek. rib
bed, 2 pairs
Ladies' lilack Cashmere
Misses' l'.hu-k HibU-d Cotton,
Misses' All Wool Cashmere
get through the pickets he hwIs." INol
since the days of old "Major Slowtrot,"
old "Pap" Thomas, has there been a
battaliou commander bettor loved by
the rank and tile. They know nothing
will ever induce him to forget one pre
caution for their safely, and reward his
care with a loyalty of devotion good to
see. Watching him still further, Hax
lett notes that a distant vedette has sig
naled, and that Berrien, slowly now, is
riding up the sloi9 to join him. A ser
geant has some question to ask at the
moment, and wheu Hazlett again looks
out to the southwest, major, orderly and
vedette have disappeuml from view
around a little shoulder of bluff. Other
vedettes can be seen at their posts on all
sides, and a few dismounted sentries
lying prone where, unseen themselves,
they can scan the country to their front.
But Haxlett's curiosity is excited by the
fact that two men, mere specks in the
distance, are huddling together at the
crest half a mile away to the southwest
and evidently watching something out
at their front and motioning to the ser
geant buck with the supports. Presently
this trooper, too, trots out to join them.
Berrien and his party are still out of
sight from camp.
"Captain, may I borrow your field
glasses" asked Mr. Brewster, swinging
up to the tire where Hazlett stands. "1
have lent mine to the sergeant of the
"Did you see where the major went?"
asks Hazlett by way of reply, as he
hands the desired instrument.
"1 last saw him at the point yonder.
He rode around it with Sergeant Ellis
and a couple of men, and that vedette
must have been calling to him. It
seems to me they've been gone some
time; so (iorham says 1 can ride out and
find out what it means."
"I'd go with you, Brewster, but my
horse is out at herd. Take the glasses
with you, anyhow." Brewster's big
black is led up at the moment, and the
lieutenant quickly mounts and canters
Meantime, old Berrien, who has noted
the signals of the vedette referred to,
has joined him, with the brief inquiry,
"What is it, Scott?"
"Why, sir, 1 was posted here by the
sergeant, and he had no sooner gone
than 1 saw what I took to be horsemen
in the valley several miles out yonder to
the southwest. The major can see the
whole country from a butte that lies
perhaps three hundred yards farther out
beyond this ridge. But here comes the
sergeant back, sir."
It is Ellis, cantering briskly from the
advanced position Scott has designated,
and coming to them now around the
shoulder of the bluff a little to the right.
That Ellis has seen something is evi
dent; his face shows it in an instant.
"An Indian war party, major, per
haps a dozen, rode from behind a long
ridge over to the west and down Into
the valley of what 1 take to be a branch
of the Porcupine. That butte hides a
good deal of the valley; but we can see
it from there, though."
"You three men coma with me," says
Berrien quietly. "We must look into
TO BB CONTINUED.
Apples are being exported in large
Oregon alone will send to market this
season 50,000 head of beef cattle in un
usually prime condition.
The breeding and handling of fast
horses is a proper branch of the live
stock industry, but it is one that the
average fanner should let severely alone.
It is a business that should be engag-ed
in only by men of ample means, who are
able to stand large losses; but it has a
tempting aspect when we h:arn that a
single horse farm near Lexington, Ky.,
hud an income of about $200,000 last
year. This amount included the sale of
stock and the earnings of five stallions.
Nebraska Bute Journal.
The goose has become such a thor
oughly domesticated bird that it will
now thrive without any large body of
water to swim in. Yarded geese may be
made quite profitable with good care and
Pouble Folded Cashmere, S j
yards 1 00
Henrietta, 3ti in. wide 2.V
1'laid Serge, 3(1 in. wide 15
All Ladies' Cloth 52 in.
wide, black and colors, . . 50
House Furnishing Coods.
White or Colored Marbled Oil !
Cloth, per yd 20
Turkey Kt .1 Putnask, 50 in.
jht yd 25
Scrim, for curtains, 15 yd . 1 H
White Cr.H'het Quilts.' 75
rnbloaohed Linen Crash, 12
yards 1 (XI
Turkish Towels, large size . , 12
rurniture (. retones, 10 yds. . . 1 tv
Men's Ulue Flannel Sliiits. , , 1 (V
Men's Knit Shirts, lace front . 1 (V
Men's Suspenders, heavy . 25
Men's All Wool Seanil.s
Men's Outing Flannel Shirts 35
Men's Turkey Ucd Handker
chiefs, large si.e, 3 for. . . 25
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NoTICK OF AI'I'HINTMKNT OF I. XIX' I "lu It.
Nmlrp I. nerrtir five n, that ;hi iitiitir.lgnpit
ha, hy oriliT ol the county court ui t lark.m.a
county. Oree-ntt. been atil.oltitcil executor ol the
clue of S.ir.th A. I'arlrlil'o. ileecaaeil. AH er
on. having claim. aitalnl anl.l e.tile are 110
tldcil toircent tln-m to me rorty vertne.1 at
the 'ftlee of my attorney. M K t'ro... at oreiron
City, ort'ifon, wllhtti six month from the ilatt.
ol thl notice. William Hk m & n.
Kx'r nt the eatateol Sarah V FartrMktc. ileed.
OrrKou City. Or. net. tj, lnri. lu Ml 1
NOTICK OF FINAL SKTTI.KMKNT.
In the matter ol the e.tate ol John itlnver, ilec d.
I herehy five notice that I ha "Id In the
county cmirt 11! t'lackamaa county, Oregon, my
account, an'i voucher lor final actriemcut aa
ailminlHtralor ol the etatw ol John ulover. ile
ceapl, ami the court ha atiioitile( Tne.ilay,
the .'h day n( Oeeemlier. 1,r, a. the lime lor
hearing ami aettlltiti aalil aecoiint ami ihe ex
ception, thereto II any. O. J. 1'RI'LI.INIirtl.
10 7-10 is Ailinlnlalrator
. ADMIMMTK ATKIX'8 NOTlf'E,
Notice la hereby nlveti.that the umlenilgneil
ha. tscn niiolnteil ailniltil.lralrlx with Ihe will
annexinl ol Ihe e.tale ol W W. Bullock, le
cea.cil, hy the county court of Clackitmna
county, Oregon All per.oii. having claim,
again.! aalij e.tate are ren'ilreil Uiprcent them
to .alii administratrix at the law office ol 0,
aii'l It. I'. Latourette, with Hie proper vouchera,
withlti .lx montlia ol the 'bite of (til notice.
Kmii.v II In 1. 1,01 k, Ailm 1.
Datwl at Oregon City, Oregon, (let. tl. lwl
Ill the Circuit Court ot the Slate nl Oregon fur
the County of Clai-kamaa.
Nellie K. Martin, pliiimlfT. 1
.lamp. M. Martin. defendant..
ToJameaM. Martin, the shove named ilefeml
aut: lu the name ol the State of Oregon you are re
quired to appear Htid aiinwer the comptnlnt of
theplalntlfl herein n Momliiy.the 17th day of
April, IHtti; and If you tail no to atuwer the
plalntlir will apply to the conrl lor the rellel
Jirayed lor in the complaint, tnwlt: For s de
cree iliiaolvliifr the botol. of matrimony now
exiNtlng between you Aiul the plullitllf; that h
have theenre, ciutody and control of her minor
child. Myrtle Ivy Martin, and (or audi oilier
and further relief tta to tlie court way accm
eiitltnhle and luat, and for her coma and ilia
buremcnt In tnl ault.
Ttila Ninnmoii la tiuhli.hed by order of Hon.
T, A, Mcllride, Judge ol the above eMltled
court, made on tlie Ititii day of September. lhU'2
IIHOWNF.1.1. A IIKKKKKR,
10:11-11: lx) Attorney for I'lalntllT.
In the Circuit Court of the State el Oregon lor
the County of Clac kiimaa.
Knactts Klkebernur, plaintiff, )
Joaeph Flkeberner, ilefetidntil.)
To Jiim'iiIi Klkubertier, the iihovo natneil ile
lu the name of the State ol Oregon you are ro
uulrcd 10 aptieHr mid atinwer tlie complitint of
the plHiiiill! liernlii on Monday, the I7tli day of
April, IWi; and If you full So to ittiHwer, the
plaintiff will apply to the court for Hid relief
prayed for lu the complaint, to wit: Foraile
cree dl.Holving the honda of matrimony now ex
lilting between you and the plaltilllf, and that
.he have the. cure, ctiatody ami control of lior
minor child, llattle I-. Klkeherner: that alio n-
nine her maiden tin me ol Komi la Jinvldaon,
anil for inch other and further relief an to the
court may accm equitable and Jut, and lot her
com and dlbiirHineiitliillilaiilt.
Thin aumtnona It published hy order of Hon.
T A. Mcllride, judge of the ahoveeutltled court,
made on the lllth day of September, 18W.
Bhov, nkij, A Dbkhhkh,
10:14-11:18 ' Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Men's Knit 1'mlershirts and
Prnwers, nr suit "5
Men's Heavy Seamless Socks
tl i.airs! , 50
Men's Celluloid Collars 15
Men's Extra Heavy lUue
Uenini patent imttons,
patent reinforced stays . 50
Children's Wind Hats 25
Men's G.od Wool Hats 50
Men's Good Quality St ill' Hat 1 M
Boots and Shoes.
Men's Calf Itoots 2 50
Men's lluekle Oil Grain 1 50
Men's It. Calf, lace or congress 1 75
Ladies' Uright Pongula patent
tiped 1 .50
Ladies' Whole St.K'k Cnlined
Hut ton .... 1 50
Ladies Oil tirain Huttnn, riv
eted 1 50
Ladies' Whole Stuck I'llliued
Laced shiH'S 1 50
Misses' Whole Stivk Cnlined
I.aoed Shoos ... 1 25
Child's Whole Stock Cnlined
Sol li'F. FiHt I'l lll.li A riON
I. isn ticrti t iihxu.is l it oagiioji.i
...t i feu i
Notice l hereby lll.l thai tile I llowtllg
lliiir-l .ctller ha file notice ol hi. Intention
to make Sua I oronl 111 .iipp-iil of h: cUtm, au.l
lliat "Oil pr.Mil will Im. ina.lc In-fore the te later
aiul reedier of (lie 1 nltr.l stale, lool oitu-e al
o re on 1 uy, oreou on Novrintter lit, I'-W. via
l.aa reti,-e I 11111I,
lloineitea,! entry No '. lor the N tt' ,ol
N tt 1, otiee 1 I S . K K He 11. me. the
fotl-'i not ltnr""e to prole III. eoiillnuoii.
r,-"l'leto'e il-ou a tl.l eiiltl , al Ion ill .al'l lalot Ml
Peter i'auUoii, A.g'i"t l',iil.ui. o l.ttoiirelle
Fill.. .0,1 1 tie.i-b.re K-l(e.. Frank Ji'lvl. ami
Nrl Viui"iu ol porliaii'l. all of Oregon
- II I J I. ArroM. liesl.tt r.
til the I'lteiill t'oiirl ol Hie Htale ol Oregon lor
the l oitiity 1. 1 1 taekama..
Kliima llergmaii. pHltttlff, 1
Jo,'h llergitiot. ilefeli'latil .
To Joseph Itelgliutl, the ativ e ti.metl iteft n,l
III til" name ol the Stale of Ifeg.ill you are re
,'llreil lo Ni,e-,l an t au.ner the ciiii,! .hit of
the I'Ulitnrl ln-relii on Motol.y the 17lli ,ay ol
April, l-et an-t If yon fall to aii.aier the
.ltiitlrT will apply to the e,oirt b-r lue rellel
irayi-,l lor 111 tlie roiiivUlnl. 10 wit Kor a te
eree ilt",.lvllig tlie leili I. ol matrimony Uow
ex 1. 1 1 ng liet ween y oil .u,l I lit pliliililt, anil that
.hehaie Hie care, culo.ty ami control ot her
minor elillilre:i. to lt oranvllle J llergm.n.
Mi-tvllle Hervmntt. aiul Ar.ll. llergm.u, ami lot
tieli ollinr lel tllrllter rellel a. to the court may
cciti ciiittatilv, ami dirtier ro.t ami ili.bur.e
ment. in thl. ltlt.
Ihk. .iiitiinou t. pubiUlie-l lit oolcr ol II n
T A Mellil.le, Juilge ol On alane eutltlnl
Court, malleoli lhe.'.ul ilay ot S.-plemhcf, )vi,
liao-i "ir.t 1 ,v l'n-a
In II II la' Attorney, for I'laiutirT
III ihi'l'!reiil t'eur' of tlie Suie ol Oregon, lor
tile Comity ol I lai kallta.. ...
Thoma. M. Miller, pialntln",
M-irv F. Harlow, Margaret J Still In Faulty.
I'lll.bitry. Henrietta M Kelly
mi l J li I'lll.biirv. il.-ll-iol t I
To Henrietta M Kelly ol .alii ilatemliul. ami
to all per.oii" nnkiiown elnlinlftg or h-ivlng an
tnlere-t 111 lite property ile.crinc'J lu llievom
In the name of the State ot Oregon, you are
hereby re.illlre.l to u(ipi-iir ami aliiwer the coin
plitlul fllelalalllt y oil In the above cut II leil "'lit
within tell tli" from the tbile of Ihe "eivlee o
till. "Ulilliioii. uioti you, If .erve.l within Ihl.
' county ; or. If "crvcil in any other county o( tin.
.tale, then within twenty ilay. from Hie iiie of
the aervtce of thl. .itmuiou. iiiou ymt Ami II
you fall .0 to au.wer, (or want I hereof the plain -will
take Judgment again.! you attil apply to
the court lor tin reliol ileui'imleil lu .abl tNitn
plaint wiilch t. a auit (or the partitioning
among the pattle. thereto. ptalntlrT ami ilefemt
ante, of certain real e.tale .ituiile In Claekaina.
county, .tale of Oregon, to wit; The K ol the
itonatlolt claim No. 'M III aeetlona 21 -.at ami
Ti In ,'iwii.lilti ioiith, range I eat of the tt II
taineuemerhliao. nbl eaat lial( liellig the wife
portion of the donation laud claim of the lale
Samuel Miller and wile: alao Mid IKI acre oil
the S. W. corner of the late Samuel W. rlhau
non't donation land claim, known on the map
and plat and .urveyaof the I'nlted lilte. a.
claim No. ;u In T. 118 , K. I K ol Hie Willamette
'I hl. aummon I kitliliahed by o'der of the
Hon. I.oyal H. Slenrn. )udue ol th1 elreult
court ol the atalunl Oregon lor the county n(
Multnomah, dated September l, l''.'
I) a U.h Attorney lor plalulln
In the (Mrcull Court of the .tale of Oregon for
l.oiiUfl llar.lel I'lallitllfi
To John lla.lel, ald ilelemlant'
III the natua of the atiiie of Oregon yen are
heretiy required to appear and an.wer the com
plaint filed agalu.t you In the above entitled
ault within ten day from the date nf ihc.ervlee
of thl .itiiimon ii'tHiti you, K Nerved within thl
county: or, it .erved In any other county of
IhlNRtHte. (lien within twenty ilnya from Hie
date of the Mervlee ot thl Hiimmona iiain you.
And If you fall .0 toatt. wer, for want thereof,
the platutllf will apply to the court for Hie re.
lief denMiiiled in the complaint to, wit: for the
dl.oltitlon nf the bond of tii'-trlmony now ex
l.tiug between pialnlllf and defendant ,
Till Niitiiiiioii la ptililMici! by order of tlie
Honorable liyil K. Sienrua Judge of the Cir
cuit Cnurl ot tne tnte of ( Iregou (o; Mlllllliimah
county, diilfd September'l, nvi.
0:a3 II :II Attorney for riiilntllf.
NOTICK KOR I'l'HI.tCATION.
I,niiil ODlco at OriKm ('It v. Orcirtm,
NutlOff Ih herehy kIv(h thnt tin fnlluwtiiK
nnmttd Hi'tllfT Iiiin filed imtlri'of hln Intcnllnti
to niftier Html proof In mi priori nf hln cliiltn, ami
tliHt Nit Id nrnof will f(; niinli' licforn till) KcKUtttr
niifl Itoci'fvcr of the I'.N. In f m) nttlei- nt Orcjcn
City. Orcmm, mi Hw-emlKir it, wi, vl:
Knill O, Mtnrh until,
ffnmPHtcad mitry No, mil. fnr llm N. K, ' of
nvn. tl'V (1H.,.,' K. HnnniiM'ri tlit follnwIiiK
vvltiiiHHi-R lo (irovn IiIh (iii(Iiiiioiin ri'Midi'iice
upon mid (Miltlvittlon nf ha I mid, via: Hiiiim
JoloniMoii, 1 1 mi 1 y Mt-hikc, llriiry JoIimiimiiii,
chrintln Hchi'cl, nil uf (luorKOpohlonU'i'.CIur'lt
ftiniin coimtv, Oreinm. .1, T AI'I'KRniin,
Jil:2l-ll .lift Hfninter.
NOTICli: t)V ATl'OlNTMhNT (K KXKCUTolt.
Notlf I hornhy r vn, tltitt tlifl iiihIxTiiIkhM
ttHN hfcii DptKihilt'd by order of tho noutity
court of CIhckfihiiik county, Ori'ftnii, cxi-ciitor of
the (ififnto of Kllnht'tli Wllitoii, dfmr!d, Al)
pnrMoiirt hrtvlnn flulniK HKHliiKt Miild riHifitr nrn
notified to pri'fttuil thi'ni properly vurlfltvl nl tbtt
ollifioof my Hltorimyii, Jlrowmdl A. iJrcHHur, hi
Oregon I'lfy, OrftKon. witliln nix nionilis from
the uiitu of thin noLl;.
Frank P Wiwok,
Exenutnrol theentate of Kliiitbeth Wllmiu, de-
Dated 0 1. 15, 18112. 10:11-11: IS
Laeo Shoos, , , , , w w . , J 00
Men's Satinet Suits, Itost wot k-
tuanship ft 00
An Extra Good (Quality Cassi
mero Suits , 10 (X)
Men's Fancy Worsted Suits,
finely made and trimmed 10 X)
Ladles' Cloakes & Jackets.
Wo have a nice lino w hich wo
oiler at exceedingly low
Gray Hlaukct, coarse quality. 1 "i
Grav Hlauket, Wind, old, ' 3 tH
Gray Hlauket, w.l 7 It., ll-l ft t
We have a full lino of Oregon
City blankets and will srll theinat
exactly factory prices, which will
Ik alxiut 15 to 20 jier cent, lower
than anv other house wiltorcau
Nut'li K Foil lTtil.lt AfiN,
I aud O nice at Oregon I Hy Otegon.l
S. pi lo. IJ I
Notice 1. hereby given that the follow lua-
; tlailn ,1 wttler ha. rt le. llotlee ol hi. Intention
' to tuake Sua! tiroot in .ii-rMitt ol hi. claim, atul
j that ..Id priMit will le made lief,, re the llegt.ler
au.l heeel.er ol tlie V lool oitlie at tltegiiit
j 1 tly. ttr, (on, ell NovemlH r a, tagj, via;
I Havld II I. 010-1,
I llomealead entr. No '."" l ,rllieS V, l, of N M
l'4aii.lN K W ',"l.VtH.IIII lie
' nam. Ihe follow lug w ltn" lo iro,e hi. cm
. llliuoll. re.idenee ilmtl atet eullivatloll of aai.l
lMt, via ierry Lane, t , N I rktlia, I0I111 t-Af -
kill, and Irvlu 1. 1 lathe, all of t larkea p,it of
Ai-e t'larkauiaa county. tHegnri.
.'.t lu Jn i ". Arr..e'., llegl.ler.
SKi-'al allenlion 1 rallinl In I lit.
la-anlil'il, siKhtlv and lienltliy lucatinns
(or liom.-a on rea-onaldo terilia to tuir
r'laaiira iwliiiiK In lo.u!i" in Ureu-ill
Ctlv, Splftt.ll.1 wrtlor and nlli.-r slttac
liniig in ( ei.li.il .Vdilttiiiu. lint, anie
nt 1 111 11 iiiH.rty 111 itu. I ol tlvtv
ore or treoo, otm luilo and a ttinr.
Ii-r Irom lown. Svi.r.il amull lull val
uable liirina or anlo i lteai itii'l nil tntay
tiTttts. Aj.t.lv l I. It. J.MV
U tilt W. I'ary Julin.nli.
r r whit..
J'tftrtitml .rrirjf .J- BuUditra
Mill .fn)ir i'lfft, firvwltolta. Mrurtltiifi it
t... (tl )'tM-tl1-Mlili (ir 11 hlttiU n( iMilitl
liiiti H 1 n I mtc'Hi'itt iv?u tt uiitrii otrf
ut p.ilmt. fitrnUliml mi Rit.lh'..f Inn
( kit un or llrr w Hi t t hHurt ,
DR. L. WHITE.
Over Caufleld'i Inig Store,
Ult.'e dava Horn tlie 11 In l.Mh ol eaelt mntilh.
Arllfn lal teelll oil rubber, fli.t cla., IIS.
Uold filling, from un. All
BOXES OF ANY SIZES MANUFACTURED
I'artiMi iltmirinit Wood TiirnliiK, I't
ttirns, llrnckntH, or
Shop Carpenter's Work
Will Im Stiltt.il l.y Cnllinn on Mo.
Doors, Windows and Blinds
C3-. U. BESTOW,
CWOpii. llm ('oiivirt'ifiitloiiul Chiiri.h
W. S. MAPLE,
Blacksmithing and Repairing.
IliivhiK otio til tlie In-hi hIioith III tlie
Htalii In my i)iii.iiy, I tiitikn
HOKSILSllOlilNO A SI'liCIALTY.
ALL WORK ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY.
Shoji opporiilo corner from 'oo'k
ORECON CITY, OREC0N.
I.nIiiIiIUIk l Mil,',.
Drayage & Expressing
1.. 1 - - .1 .ii .1.. ..
irreiKiu tutu iun:e a uuuvuruu to all
prM ot the city.