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THE KSTF.Rl'lUsK roKKKM'OMK
KSTS SW'KEl TIIR HEIII.
Kanv .w Keillors Hon., ami
Hams A ( htisiiims Arch Othor
Solos from Highland.
m.-nivMi, w, 1:1, nr. ,t. Nannie nasi
jut got in a line suh k of holiday yvcsls. I
He also keeps a well selected stock of gen- j
era! goods, and is doing a rushing business.
Ills is toct ll,. t.,M ...td.!...! f.r tl,; k.ar ,f
. ' ' ' '. , , .'
tll.l e.tl,ttl. lva, lit.tli.wl i.e.. .a, t.vf
farm prwduce. Mr. Kandle is the right man I
in the right place.
Mrs, Post tell and dislocated her arm I
some time ago, and her husband pulled it i
hack in place. We are glad to hear she is i
recovering and will soon be all right.
Kohert Nicholas has sold his oxen and
lia a fine horse team instead.
Samuel Weiss has also built a barn and
nearest x'veral acres of iaml.
li. Wallace has resvntly iaintil his new
granary, which adds greatler to the ai
pearatu of his place.
Several farmers of this ueinitv have
pla-it.si on hanis this fall.
A g un! time is expected at the Highland
(hiuvli on Christnias eve. The residents;
are sparing no pains to make this Xmu
II. 1 don.t !1 .,ll,K .. I.i..l, l,, 1.. I !
ii. v oiee una near me prviiirani ami see
Highland is improving and progressing
rapidly. At the begining of this year there
were several vacant houses and farms which
re now occupied. On the place formerly
ownea py wm. uvingoton, therf now
stands a new duelling house built by Mr.
Myers from Statlonl, who is now the pro
prietor. Also, on the farm formerly owned
by Mr. J. D. Ley, there has been a new
I ouseand barn erected by Jacob Kurts, also
. font Station!. Samuel and Jacob Weiss,
loth from Stafford, have built neat and
comfortable houses on their lots, purchase!
from R. Stricklin.
The attendance at the Highland school
lias been so large this winterthat the di
m!n had to add a number of new seats
lately. This is good proof that Highland is
increasing very much in population.
SEWS mO BAR LOW.
To Christmas Trees and a Ship In rolnmbia ;
Hall New Mae ana Fixtures.
Barlow, Bee. . The literary society is
progressing finely, the membership having
increased to fifty-eight, and every one takes
a deep interest in the workings. Commit
tee have been appointed to carry out their
plans for a good time on Christmas ere.
Two large trees are being put in place
in Columbia hall, and a boat in full rig
which will be mounted upon rollers, and, at j
the proper time, sail in loaded down ith
fcanta Claus and presents to the heart's con
tent of the young and old. A play has also
been arranged for the occasion "A Regular
Fix," under the able management of Mr.
Mays, folloved by songs, recitations, etc.,
and last, but not lt-at. a song by the glee
rlub, "The Old l hiken Uucket," with its tine
scenic effects and representations of bygone
days. A general invitation is extended to
all wihing to attend.
The S. H. R. R. Co. has had a force of
D'en at work for the ast two weeks putting
in an underground ditch along the railroad
through the townsite. The ditch is nearly
finished and the carpenters are expected
next week to finish by putting in tiling.
Mr. Millard Lee, the Canby nurseryman,
has been very busy the past two weeks de-
liveriiiK his nursery onlers ami plantiiiE out I
orchards for settlers.
A ball will be given by Mr. Henry Koeh
ler in Jarret's hall on Xmas eve. Through
the day there will be turkey and pigeon
shooting. A large crowd is expected. j
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Mr. Rollins, an artist of Portland, has 1
just finished the senic effect of Columbia
ball stage. The drop curtain is a handsome
sjiecinien of art representing a scene in
Weddine Bells-Arranging for Christmas En
O.-WE00, I)e:. 20. Jack Frost is making a
lengthy visit with us at present.
Mrs. James Layman is convalescent after
a long illness.
The wedding bells have rang quite mer
rily the past week. Miss Addie Bullock's
and Mr. Frank Gray's heart now beat as
one, the knot being tied by Judge Haines.
W. W. Todd andCoretha Nelson were
joined in w edlock last Thursday evening at
the residence of the bride's parents. About
iifty invited guests were present, and several
beautiful and useful presents were received
by the bride. May the newly wedded pair
live long and happy,
C. X. Haines visited his parents in Oswego
Prof. Seaman of Portland will give a ball
at Prosser'i hall Monday evening, Decem
The 0. C. Band reorganized last Sunday
with 1). H. Buzzard as leader.
Christinas w ill soon be here. There w ill be
Christmas entertainments at the Congrega
tional and Methodist churches Christmas
A merry Christinas to the Entkkpwhi!.
CK5TBAL POINT AND BEAVER CREEK.
A Wedding and Dance Christmas Tree and
Certeal PomT, Uec. 19. The farmers of
this place have bad splendid weather for
their work during the past week.
Lester M. Lelar.d, a student at Corvallis
from this place, is coming borne to spend
Christmas with his sisters and cousin.
There will be an entertainment and Christ
ines tree at the Iceland school house the
evening of the 23d. Everybody is invited
to attend and bave a good time.
C. H. Foster is having some grubbing
done. He intends to put out four acres of
Peter Engle has shipped 100 sacks of po
tatoes to San Francisco, and others-will ship
j mwii as thcv bring a lair price ami are still 1 Third street : thence northerly on mi ascending
,.,..),.;,' ! grade to the south Hue nt fomili mrwi m mi C
mi V r,M ; evailott nl ill leel ; thence level across Fourth
I Win, MclVnahl lias initio to Washington i streel; ihenee northerly mi an sscciiiliiiii grade
' to work in Ilia Mil ,,,ii,, ,,,,1 Wli m .,., I '"r distance nf I.U leet at ar. elci alien ill JtT J
,to work tn ttieival mines and will wjow!(M., ,.,,, descending i,lct,nlio smh
1 all winter. j ltin ( Kith streel si mi elevation ol JU feet;
i..: 1 iv .. 1 1. ... ... ' llieitee level seises Kitth airvci. thence north-
1 'iiiiian, ". " '- "
derful intprovenienta by burning down ami
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making in'vrations tor freaking the land
tints clear.!, (
H. K. Kastman lias shied brick from
i IVi-tUnul to huilil a tin- place in his house.
H. A. Waldrott has sons to l.inn comity j
Miss Lottie Kastman and Ina V. Leland
j took a trip to Oregon Oily last week. They
' l'd a muddy time of it, judging from ar
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pi'arancs on their return.
l'avid Penman, jr., is building nearly a
mile of fence for his father and has it nearly
There will In' a Christina tree at thet'en-
Ira! Point M. K. cliun-h the evenini! otthe
!'J4th Kvervthhlv is invited
C.eorgn'.ISIaiii'lianl and Miss Martha tint-
inrlet weiv i.nite.1 in wedlock on the 17th,
at 2 oVKh k p. m., Kimt. liauliHT tMtUirtiintf.
A low ol t Iteir younii ttttMnh uprv niviie! to
SH'iul llie tfiiiii. A moil): thivo iVM-nt ;
wen? MiM's Taylor. Ji'tmie rht'l(s, Kt. j
won, lsjio K.ituttill, Marv KukIo, Aimio
Sturm, Clara l.lanoliHnl, Mary Uri, Lot
tie KaMmatt, Mown. tiiUvrt Uatitlall.
Hhinoharl. Mottry Y.nU tooriw IVninftu.
laitl IViinmii, Harrv Kastman. Win. llan
tall, Kraak tiutvrleit, Joe Hriggs, William
and James Kiauchant. The
evening as siwnt in dancing until II :.X.
when all were invited to a well spread table.
Alter s'ippar all ilepartnt to their luiine
leaving their best wishes for the young
couple and hoping for them a happy life.
George McArthur and his brother Hurt
are in our midst again. They have been to
$a'em but have come to stay this winter.
There will be a watch social at the Central
Point church New Year eve. Supper 15 eta.
Come one and all and watch the old year
out and the new vear in. F.
tVeddlnf Party-Preparlnf for Christinas
Cital Pkist. IVc. IS. Married, at the
residence of the bride's parents.
I.. Miss Alartna i.utpenet aim Mr. lieorge
Hlanchanl. Kev. V. Iar.'ner orhcialiiitf. A
i few of the most intimate friends were nrcs-
; ent and witnessed the ceremony. In the
Jeieninr a rtrtv of iiung folks were in-
itel. and bud a verv enjoiable time. We
uts'i the young couple much happiiuea
on their jonruev lliMuch lite
The Sabbath school aill have a Christinas
tree at the M. K. church at this plat-eon
Christmas eve. A literary and lnusic.nl
program has been arranged foi and a good
time is e.Tvted.
The I. O. (i. T. Iixlge meets at this place
every alternate Wednesday evening. The
question for the next meeting is: Resolved,
that liquor has been a greater curse to the
eoi!e than war.
There will he a social and watch meeting
at the M. K. Church on New Years eve.
I A siipiwr will lie serve.1. prn-e l.i cents. ,
Farmers Tlkinj of Spring'! Work Trw in
Misk. Iec. Horn, who was hereon
a visit last winter exis ts to leave Ahlaml, i
IVim., smine time in February, and make
Oregon his home a he is sattsfil alter
travelind over the western Mates that Ore
gon the plai-e f.tr him.
Farmers are irettmic ready for Riirinp;
'lowing: a tew have already commenced.
i. A. iSohulM! has a Kr trve in full
hloom in s iie of the frost that we have had
tne last few tiavs.
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"'" o- -c iu.iic.icu i.ti.i8 !
lorty-two patent ileks. ,
ll ttie next legislature when in session ;
coulil hear all the plans Tor a ptKxl assess- j
ri.oiit nit niMii Imiv I tt.inlr thiil ii,a u onl.l !
not make anv chanm s. as it is hari'l to riml
two or three w ho will aree on the same
plan. 1 for one am opposed to the plan of
bonilinp the county fur two bund reel thous
and Hollars or anv oilier sum runninc
twenty-live or thirty years for road purioses
for at the end ot that time we would have
paid the sum in interest and still owe the
CISRI58VH.LE, Pec. 10. Our village is
sadly in need of some walks.
T. . 1 .1 11 11 and w ife are to move to south
ern Oregon soon.
Willie an interesting program, consisting
ot addresses, speeches, and essavs, was ren- 1
dereii at the literary last Saturday evening, i
As last Friday closed our first term of '
...t ih.. n-oL- ..-at 1.,. -!
and the , i,n.,l orL- aill V. 1,1 k.-o ., .... ,! '
and tne s nool work will De lakui up again
The average attendance in our school for
last month has been thirty-seven pupils.
Following are the list of the names of those
w ho have been neither absent nor tardy for
the month inst en.lii.ir -Fihoir Heinle Anna
He.?,J?2e t?l &1L I A ir 1
Hearkeurider, Ida Hearkeurider, Josie
8tone, Jessie Currin and Andrew Shank
land. Further Correspondence on Fourth page.
OKIiINANCE NO. -.
AsOrdisikce establishing the urade nf High,
Center. Washington, John Adams. JerTersun,
Madison, Monroe, Joha Q. Adams, Jackson,
Van Bureu. Harrlsou, Folk and Tayior streets.
Oregon City noes ordain as follows:
That the follou lnir tie and herehv l .iah.
Hshed as tlie grade o the hc-mi after mem
.,. .'a ..L.'.V. . ).e. "e n-re"mll:r meu-
tioned streets, to wit
Beginning at the south line of Third street at
an elevation of 'AW feet; thence level across
Third street: thence northerly on an ascending !
grade to the south line of Fourth street atau eie
vation of 210 feet: thence level across Fourth
street; thence northerly on an ascending grade
to the south line of Filth street at sh elevation
of 212 ft.: thence level across Fifth street;thence
northerly on a descending grade to the south
line of Sixth street at sn elevation of 20y feet;
thence level across Hlxth street; theuce north
erly ou a descending giade to the south line of
beventh slreet, at au elevation ol 200 feet.
Beginning at the south line of Third at) eet at
an elevation of 207 feet; thence level across
Third street; thence northerly on an ascending
grade to the south Hue of Fourth street at an ele
vation ol 209 feet; thence level across Fourth
street; thence northerly on a descending grade
to the south line of Fifth street at an elevation
of 2ijh ft.; thence level across Fifth street; thence
northerly on a descending grade to the south
Hue of Sixth street at an elevation of 207
feet; thence level across Mxth street; thence
northerly on a descending grade to the south
Hue of Heventh street with an elevation of 204
ft. on the east line of Center street and an eleva
tion of 203 feet on the west line of Center street;
thence level across Heventh street with an ele
vation of 204 feet on the east line of Center street
and level across Heventh street, with sn eleva
tion of 203 feet oa west Hue of Center street;
thence northerly to the south Hue of Klghth
street at an elevation of 204 feet; thence level
across Klghth street; tlience northerly
cendlng grade to the south line of M
on an as-
1 ii til street
at an elevation of 214 feet; thence level across
i.iuiu mccii mcui;c uoiiocrij on a, uenoeiiunig
ai...ti. - . . .. ... u i .. .... - a ....... II
vation of lati feet; thence level across Tenth
Beginning at the tenth line of Third street at
an eievatlon of 209 leet; thence level across
! ,rly ,111 . ,ecen.llli arade I.. the ..mill line of
1 sixth street si vlvtlun nt in feet; thence
I level aoiwM lih altwt; thence iiiirihcrl nn a
; descending grade to lhi south lliiii nt f.'veullt
street at an elevation el Jlti leel oil Ihe eai line
o( Washington suit an elevation ot Mi leet mi
lite west linenf Y aldington ; Iheliee lev el serous
Seventh street on the east line nt anhitiaion
street at an elevation of -.MO (eet and lei el across
Seventh street l u elevation nt vi h-vt on Hie
went line of sshuiiilnti slrtvl : Itieuee nurlherly
en an Heeliittiit srsile to the iiuh line nt
KlLlilii !,trti,'l t Mil Mtlnli nt "il'J fitii llin.,
level aero Kishih mrevt: iheiuv imrilurlv nu
a ileMHniiliini (trsite in the smith llmi nt Mmh
slleet SI sli elevstl'in of 'Jit feel : tlionee nu a ,n
xceiiilliii: urs.te soms Ninth stntal an eleia
ttnll ol (ihi; IheniM nnrllierly ntt attescelld
tn itrsde In the south hue nt tenth strew si an
elevattnn nt jm feet on the ai line ul li
Inulnii Mreet ami n elevallnnnl .M.' feel nil III
ei line ot suhuicinii ursvi: tlionee lvl
I across lenth street st an elevation nl jm feel i n
- ihe sssl line of sulilnijtiin irevl. sml level
I irikt I'miiiIi tirMi ul , iiiMt dil ,1-kii l.,..t ....
! the west Hue nl ahiiiainii sireei 'thener
1 northerly mi a ilesivmlliia irsite in the smith
line of klevetuh stteet ai an eleiatlnn ot 170
feet; ihenee nu a ilvscnnliiur i rsite seriMs Kiev-
"""" " an eleisti.ui nt l.si lee; Ihenee
I lUi .f luoKtli mrviM tit Nit vlrvrtih-u ( UMt?.:
loM'oihlMtic tirndototlto oudt lluool Uuruviah
trovt nl mi cicvHitnit ot H (ovt.
John AtUnt vtroot,
Hoi;imtlii nt tlto Houth lino of Thtnl tiriot hi
tan olovlo of Iimm; ihonov lool ai'm
1 hiiti stitvt; tlnoo itorthorlv on m Av iu.ltiia
I rirtdo to the Ouih lluort Fourth trfol ai n
i mhi ; ihcnf. noniu-rlv .mi an awntlttw r
; " tho ,vmh lino ot Kmh Mrvot at mi tfUni.ou
ol '.v: feet; itieuee levi-1 aeiin riftti street,
thence liiirllierlv en a ttescuntlim rite te the
smilli liiiiitif Slim street al Nil eiei Httun el .'.n
feel; Iticnrv level serum Mtli street. Itieuee
inirttierly en a iteneeiullna ursde In Hie soniti
line tl seieuth ulreel at mi eiei stli.u i'l JU ,S
en the eail line nt Joint .litmus street and sn
eleistttui nf jrj tevl on the ei line ef .inhu
AiUins street; thence level scrims Seventh
street u theesil line nl John AiUins alrecl at
an elevation ()f in j fi, also level serins Sev
enth street en the went Hue of John Ailsms
street al an elevation ol .M1.' feel llieuee north
erlr nu au ai-.iiiilln trade to Hie nmitli line nl
fctuhlh street l an elel atlou nf Jlli leel nil Ihe
east hue of Joint Adstns street ami an elei atlnn
of JU leel mi the west line ol John Aitsnii
street: thetice level aernaa Kiahin it reel st an
elevailuu ol Jlii leel ou Hie eoiltneol Julio
Ailams street atnl level aeros Kithth street al
an elevation of li fct on Hie wet line ol John
- Admits street: ttiem-e nurlherl v on an a.eeiiillnt
I fraila In the south tine of Mulh street si sn ele
i vallon of l.ntiTl en the earn line ol John ailsms
1 sfeet and an elevstlou nl Jl loet oa the wei
I line ol John dsms street: ihetn-e level arrows
j Ninth street si sn elevation ol .".ll feet on the
eawl line el John Adams ftfreel and level senws
.Ninth street al an elevation nl Jls lect ou the
west line nf John ..lsni street: Ihenee north
' rlv nil An amii.!iii jfM.ln t., Ihn .,nit, II, .,1
i Tenth street si an eli-isiion ol .'..' feel: thrnee
ou a ilesi-eiiitttiK traiieacroaa leiith street tnau
elevatlou ul .'u fe.. al ihe north Hue nl Tenth
street; iheiit-e northerly ou a denceinli.iic fraite
In the south line ol Kleveulh mreel at atteieia
tlon ol !M feet . thence ou a deneetiiliinf rsite
across Klevetuh utreelto ail elrvstlou of isl feet
al the iitirih line ol r:ictettth .tn-et; thence I
uortherW on a itesceiiilliiK rmte lolhe south i
tine of Twelfth street at an elevation of leet. '
1 hence leiel ens Twelfth street al au eleia
llou of his feel.
KetlmiinK 'l the south line ol Third street at
an ehvatiou ul ;"S leet. theui-e level scro
Thtrit street; thence northerly ou a tleieeiiitlti(
g raile to Ihe south llneol Fourth street stsu ele
vation nl zai leel on theeaat line of Jertersou
street, and an elevallnn ol 1 ou the west line
ol Jefferson itreel: theuee level across Fourth
street al an elevation ul V.'t.6 leet nu the esat
line ol Jeffenmu street ami level across nu the
wet Hue of Jertersou street at sn elevation of
. Ih ... ,.. ,., ril,l
of tu feet, thftu? level ki'rMi! Fifth utrevt at nu
rirvntitin of Ufetl: Itieitcv norlherty tiu il
otHlinf rU- lothe utuh Hue of Hlith
at nu eittvftttfU of fet tn thr mm Hue of Jtf
frrnon i(re and au elevation of (ih nn the
wmi hue of Jedertiou ureet : (hear level arra
Suth ouihe eiH line ot JefTerann at an aleva
lion of t& feet and lerel acrooa on the wet
1 1 tie of Jeffenuxi itrei-t at an elevatlou of feet;
thenre oonherly ou an aiu'eitilliiK ffraite to the
utn nn o! neveiilh ntreft to an elevation of
feet on the enst line tf Jefferaon mrert ktxl
an elt vatioii of feet on the went line of Jef
ferKtiti mre't; thettee levi-1 acrostj Seventh street
ou the et line of Jeitemon street at au eleva
llou of z fei a tnl level arrofts Seventh itreet
tin the we.it litif of Jet1eroti at an elrva loii of
Z'si fett: teniutttn( at an elevrtlion ol Hi feet at
the north line of Kinhih atrei't: thenre norih
rly on a ilescenilln? (trule to the south line of
Ninth street at au elevatlou of J40 V,i: thenre
level across Mntn street . thence northerly on a
iteacenilluit ursile to the south line nl Tenth
r, ,u eteVHlt ,M lnt. ,, ivel
,rross ruth street: thence aortherl ou a .te
sceinlinj u-aiie to the sotth llneol' Eleventh
street al an elevallnn ol 171 feet; thence level
across r.ieveilth street: thence northerlv on a
lerenltu uraile tn ihe uih line nl Twelfth
street at aa elevation nl li-t feel on the est line
1 ol Jerterann street ami an elevation ol lis) feet
j on the wet line of Jerteraon street, thence level
ai ross Twelfth street ou the east llneol Jeffer
son street at an elevation ol 1M (eet anil level
i across on tho west tine of Jetlersou street at so
i elevation ol IW feet,
j Madison Street.
Heglnnlnit at the south line of Third utree: at
, at elevation of jm leet ou iheesailnienl Maill
sou and at an elevation ol 2i4 feet on the weal
I line ol Madisiin street; thence level acroaa
Third street ou the east Hue ol Madison street
i at an elevation of iVi fret ami level ar-roas Third
I street ou the west line nl Mitdlaiin street at an
elevatlou nl'24i leet; thence northerly onsnas
! cen.lmir (trade to the south line nl Fourth street
at an elevation nljasdel Ihenee level ..-...
fourth street: thence northerly nn a rlesi t'n.lin !
Kra.le to to the south line of Fifth street st an 1
elevation of M feel ou the east line of Madison j
street and an elevation nf '.'-lo feel n:i the west
11 " of Madison street; tlience level across
Kj(Ih slreetoii theeaat line of Madison street ai 1
ail elevation of Hi feet and level across Klllll
slreet on the weat line uf Madison street at an
elevation of 'Jlsfei-l; thence northerly on an as-
ceudiuif Krade to the south Hue of Hlilli street
at all elevation of t'i feet on west Hue and '11 1
"ii eai line 01 jiauison street; tneuce level
'"'? .ll,h. ."'" northerly In the
leel on east line ol Maitlaon streel; thence level
south line of Heventh street at an elevstloti of
'Hil.b feet on the esat tine of Mmlisnti street Slid
au elevation of r.l feet ou Ihe west line of Ma.ll
sou street; thence level across Heventh street on
the east Hue ol M million street at nu elevation of
i2.5 feet and level across Heventh street on the
west line ol Madison street at an elevation ol
'AM leet , thence northerly oil a deaceu.llliK grade
to the south line of KlKhth street at. an eleva
tion ol MS leet: thence level across Klgl.th
street; thence northerly on a descending grade
to the south line of Ninth street at an elevation
ol 'J4S feet: thence level scross Ninth a.reet-
" . . """"" o ueacen.i lug grs.ie lo lae
H"",h '"" "' tK"lh Hl '"'v'1""
feet: thence mi a descending grade acnt Tenth
thence northerly oa a descending grade to the
street to au elevation of 2S0 feet at the north
Hue of Tenth street: thence northerly nu a de
scending grade to the south line of Kleveuth
street at an elevation of l .Sfeet, thence level
across Klevetuh street: thence northerly on
descending grade to the south line of 'I ivellih
streetat au elevation of iss feet on the east line
ol Madison street and sn elevation of 1X4 feet nn
the west line of Madison street; thence level
across Twelfth street on the eaat line ol Madison
slreet at an elevation ol )t leet and level serosa
Twelfth street on the west Hue of Madison
streetat an elevation of ls4 feet; thence north
erly on a descending grade to the south line of
Thirteenth street at an elevation of 174 feet;
thence level across Thirteenth street.
Beginning at the smith line of Third street at
an elevation of 21s) leet; thence level scross
Third street; thence northerly ou a itvsceiidlng
grade to thesouth line of Fourth streetat an ele
vation of 2M feet: thence on a descemll tig grade
across Fourth street to an elevatlou of lM feel;
thence northerly on a descending grade tnthe
south Hue of Fifth street 'at an elevation ofr
feet ou the east line of Monroe street and an ele
vation of2Ti7 feet ou the west line of Molina
street; thence level across Fifth street on the
east line of Monroe street at an elevation nf 'I'
feet and level across on the west line uf Mon
roe street at au elevailuu of 2:,7 feet; thence
northerly ou au ascending grade to the south
line of Hlxth street nt an elevation of 2isifeet;
thence level across sTxth street; thence north
erly on an ascending grade to the south line of
Heventh street at an elevation of 2K4 feet on the
east line of Monroe street and an elevation of
213 leetou the west line of Monroe street; thence
level across Heventh on the east line of Monroe
street at an elevation nl DA feet and level across
Heventh street on the weat line of Monroe street
at an elevation of 2M feel; thence northerly on
a descending grade to the south line of Klghtli
street at an elevation of 2ft0 feet ; theuce level
across Klghth street; thence northerly on a de
scending grade Ul tha south Hue of Ninth
street at an elevation of 24s feet ; thence across
M i a th street ou a descending grade voan eleva-
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prices until that dato will supriso you.
MILLINERY GOODS AT COST.
DISCOUNT OF 10 PER CENT ON ALL
A NICE LINE OF GOOD SENSIBLE
Christmas -:- Presents,
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Loggers and Wood Chojuntrs SHcialtios.
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llou ol leel at the north line of Ninth street,
thence northerly on a ileacemlina ara.le to the
south line of Tenth streetat an eirvalion of U
feel; tllt-tice leiel acroaa leiilh at reel , Ihenee
northerly on a ilesi-einlinit trad to tlia south j
Hue ot rleveitlh atreet in ait elevation nl
teel on Ihe eaat lltienl Monroe atrel anil aa ele
vation id tj feel uu Ihs weal line nt Monroe
street: thence level aeroaa Klevvllth street on
theeaat llneol Monroe street al au el jvatlnn ol
JU fee and level aenau Klevelith slrel ou the
weal tine of Monroe atievt si an elevation ul
feet: Ihenee northerlv In the aoiuh line of
Tweph aiteel al an elevation of i-.'t leet outhe
eaal line ol Motiria' street and au elel atlou of '.J
( (eel on Ihe weal line of Monroe alreel, tlieui-e
uu a deacenilltiit irraile aeroaa lwelllh atreet to
sn elevation o( t..t on ttie eaat line of Monroe
ami an etevstlon nf I feet on the west line
ol Monroe street.
John y. Adama sireei. j
lles-lnuln at the south line of Hltth street at
an elevatlou ol iliM leel; tliem-e level aeroaa!
Sixth atreet; thenre m rtherly In the south lliiei
ol Meveulh ai an elevation wf '!l..v leet on Ihe
eaal line of J. g Adama atreet and au elevallnn i
of JTVT A on the wtiat line of J. y Adama atieet. !
thence level aeroaa Mevstith street ou the eaal :
Hue nl J. Q Adiiina atreet at an elevation nl :
feel and level across Hevenlh street on the weat
line ol J. U Adaltis atreet al ail elevation nl
leet; thence northerly on a ile--iillriv ;
arade to the south line of Kluhth street at an l
elevation ol 4 feei on the east line of J. g. Ad
ams street ami an elevation of 'JM feet nu the
west line of J. l. Adams atreet; thetu-e level
aeroaa Klirhih atreet un theeast Hueol J. y Ad
ania i atn-et at an elevation of (eet and level
across r. ighth atreet on the weat Hue of J. y. Ad
ams street at an elevatlou ol ' I leet; thence
northerly on an asceitdltuc tirade to thesoititi
lilieof Mulh street at au elevation of ivu feat
on the eaat line nf J i. Adams street ami an el
evation ( feel on the weal llneol J. (J, A-l-ama
street; thwre level across Ninth street on
theeaat llneol J. tj Adams street al an eleva
tlsti ol -70 leet ami level across Ninth slreet on
the weal line nl J. 4 Auauia atreet al an eleva
lion ol ft leet: t heme northerly on a ileaeei.,1
In Krade to the south llneol Tenth atreet at an
elevation of 'J1H1 feet, thence leiel scrota lenth
street; tlience northerly 011 au aaceinlliin nm.le
to the south line of Kleveuth street .11 au eleva
Hon of -JM feet; Itieuee level across Klevelith
street; tlience ou a. lesceudliiK irrade to the aoiuh
Hue of Twelfth street at all elevation of 2.W feet,
thence on a ilcaccndttiir iiinde across Twelfth
atreet toan elevation of AM teel; thence north
erly on a.leseeii.lliuii grade to the south line ol
I htrttcnlh slreet at a 11 elevatlou ol tfi'j led,
tneuce level ai ross itiirteeuiii street.
Iicgiiiiiing at the south line of Mcventh
streot ul an elevation of ') feet on the east
line of Jackson street and an elevation of
L'H7 feet on the w est line of Jackson street ;
thence level across Hevenlh street with an
elevation of 2t feet on the cast line of Jurk-
son street, and level across Heventh streel
w ith an elevation of .'M7 feel on the wet line
ol Jackson street; tlience northerly on a de
scending grade to the south line of Eighth
street at an elevation of 1T7H feet; thence
level across Highlit street; thence northerly
on a descending gru.le to the south line of
Ninth street at an eluviition ol 2711 fret;
thence level across Ninth street; thence
northerly ou an usccuding grade totliesoiith
line ol Tenth street at nu elevation of u7..'l
fed : thence level across Tenth street ; tlience
northerly on is r i ascending grude lo the
south line of F.leventh street at uu elevation
ofWJ.fi feet ; thence level across Kleveiith
slreet; I hence northerly on a descending
grade to the south line of Twelfth slreet ut
nu elevation of 27-1 feet; thence level across
Twelfth street; thence northerlv on u de
scending grude lo the soiiih line of Thir
teenth street ut an elm ill inn of UliH feel;
thence on a descending grade across Thir
teenth street to an elevation ol 2ni leet.
Van Ilnren HI rent.
Beginning at the south line of Heventh
street at an elevation of .'120 feet on the eust
line ol Van If u run street uud an elevation of
:(I7 feet on the west lineof Van lluren street;
thence level across Seventh street with an
elevation of .'i'-'O feet on the east line of Van
Hitren street and level across .Seventh street
with an elevation ol 317 leet on the west line
of Van Bnreii street; thence northerly on a
descending grade h. the south line of tighlh
street at an elevation of SOU feet; thence on a
descending grade across Kighlh street to an
elevation ol .'lot feet: thence northerly ou a
descending grude to the south line of Ninth
street at an elevation of 'Ml feet on the east
line of Van Biintii street and nu elevation
ofSJHH feet on the west lineof Van lluren
street; tlience level across Ninth street with
an elevation of 21l'2 feet on the east lineof
Van lluren street anil level across Ninth
street with an elevation of 2HH feut on the
west lilieof Van lluren street; Ihenee north
erly on a descending grade lo the south line
of Tenth street at an elevalion of 2H4 feet;
thence level across Tenth street; tlience
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-Unrw teet(lnt Tuttletiailh . Ivurr Lance-
northerly on an axendini! ;ra.le in tlie
south line of Klerenili aires-l at ait Heiatlon
of fi-et, iiiem-e level ai ross Kleienlh
street ; thence northerlv on an aceniliint
grade to the aoiuh line of Twellth street at
an elevation oi siteei; Iliem-e level aeroaa
Twellth street; llieore nurlherly on a d-
aeetiiiing graile to ttie south line ol Tlur
teenth at nil at an elevation ol ;TH Ie-1 ;
thence level across riiitleeiith street.
nek'inning at the iniiltli line of Seiihlli
street at aa rlciatioii of isl leet no the eait
line of Harrison street and an elevation ot
.17 hi t on the west line o( llurris.ui street ;
thence level across .Seventh slreet with an
elevation of ."Ui feet mi the east line ol Har
rison slreet and level across with an eleva
lion of :tl7 feet on Ihe west line ol Harrison
street: thence northerly on a desi mlliiii
grade to the soiiih line of Kig-hlh street al
an elevation of :.' Ii-el; theme level across
Klghth si reel lo an elevation of :ti.' leel;
thence northerly on a descending grade lo
the south line of Ninth atreet al an eleva-
i Itoii of, tin leel on Ihe east line ol Hamsun
rf'l lul an elevation of .111 (eet no Ihe
west line ol Harrison street, thence level
across Ninth slreet at an elevation of lllii
fret on the raa Hue of Harrison alrcet and
level across Ninth street with an elevation
of 312 feet on the west Hue of Harrison
street; thence northerly on a descending
grade lo the south Hue til Tenth street at au
elevation of.Hia feel; ihenee level aiross
Tenth street; tlience northerly on a de
scending grade In the south line of Kleveuth
slri-et al au elevation of -."is (eel ; theuce on
a descending grade across Kleveuth street to
an elevation ol '"si leet; thencv northerly uu
a deseenilinn grade In the south line ol
Twellth street at nu elevation of 2s feet;
thence level across Twelfth street.
iicgiiiiiing at tne s.uitti line ol Mcveniti
street ut nn eliinili.in of 3ui ,"i feet on the
east line of I'olk street ii.nl .'Ifl'i feet on west
lineof I'olk street; thence level across Sev
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enlli si reel , tlience northerly on a descend.
Ili Krade ki the aoiilli line u( Ktsjlilh street
al an eleiatioti of Mt Iwt , thencv level
across htitlttlt street; thence northerly on a
. ileacendiiia- grade to the south hue of Ninth
street w itli an lei atlou ol .no (eel on eaat
j line of I'olk atn-et and an elevation of ills)
feel on the west line ul I'olk street . theme
level across Minn streel; theme northerlv
ou a iloi einlii.K grade to tha south llneol
lenth sln-et al an elevation of X.M leet.
thence on a dcwcmtitig gmde aeroaa Tenth
sin-el toaiielevaii.i -.1 Hsiei i theiu north,
erlv nn a . te- '- a.le to ill south line
ol Kle cnth - i i an el.'i niinii ,if .112
feel; thence .i .as Kleveulh atreet.
thence on a n, nog grade to the south
llneol lwelllli si . . i at an elevation nl .M
leet ; theuce level at rosa Twellth street.
Beginning at tlie south line of Seventh
slreet at an elev atlou of .ITu.A feet on the east
llneol laylor street and an elevation of 374
feel on the west line nl Taylor sini't; theme
level across .Seventh street Willi an elev ation
of .17.VA leel on Ihe eusl Hue of Tavlor
and level acrn-a with an elevation of 371
leet mi the west lineof fav liir street ; thence
northerly on a descending grade to the smith
line of Klghtli stm t al au elevalion of 370
feet, Ihenee level a nias Klghth streel;
thence northerly on a dcaccu.Tiitg grade to
Ihe south line of Ninth aireei at an eleva
tion ol :i'i7 feel ; tlience level serosa Ninth
slreet; thence northerlv on a descending
grade In Ihe south line nl lentn street at an
elevation of 3tn feet; theuce on a descend
ing grade nomas Tenth street lo an elevation
of Xfit feel ; thence northerly on a descend
ing grade totliesoiith Hue id Kleveuth street
at an elevation of '321 fe l ; thence on a tie
scrolling grade across Kleveulh street In an
elev alion ol I'.ii feel ; theuce northerly on a
tcsciMiilllig guide to the sinilli line nf 1'widlth
street lit nn tlev-Hliio, ol toll u,o !....,
level across l welllh street,
I'uhlislied hv or.lcrnf II, . eliv council nl a
meeting Held lici einl.er IT, Koj.
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