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VI1E MORNING ASTORIAN. FRIDAY. AlJJUSr 20. !)
" TeiWJfte, Main L
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Bent by mail, per year 26.(0
Bent by mail, per month SO
Served by carrier, per month .... to
Bent by mall, per year, In advance SI 00
The Astorian guarantees to Its ad
vertisers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
S. C. TURNER, Business Manager.
Of course Russell Sogers s.rong ob
jections to the trust is because he is
not one ot them.
Same old story from Walla Walla
loadtni gun, woman played with it
coroner's Jury says accidentally.
A millionaire jumped overboard from
one of the Hawaiian steamers. Per
haps he was anxious to demonstrate
that riches does not bring happiness.
But this is Just a supposition, for he
did not return to explain.
Now that Hon. Bourke Coekran'a
connection with the Northern Securi
ties suit and Pete Power has been ex
ploited, it must be evident to the dull
est comprehension that he was the real
animating spirit of the Boer war.
Hay wards has determined to rid It
self of that peculiarly aggravating hu
man pest known as the " hobo." Some
body has suggested as a thorough
scheme of extermination that the pests
be sent to a public pond and their
hides utilized as an article of com
merce. THE PRESIDENT S TOVR.
Probably not since President Wa
ington visited New England l as any
one in that g.eat offlc? enjoyed a.heart
ier welcome and reception than are be
stowed now upon President Roosevelt.
His perfect frankness and his entire
unconventiona'Jty Impress the sincere
people of a section of the coun'ry that
has always held a reserve force re! dy
for great emcnrencies and 1 vri'ed to
show the highest spirit of sacrifice for
a lofty cause.
In his numerous addresses the coun
try Is Impressed by the president's tol
erant tone In discusinz issues that di
vide his party and his country. With
out attacking the acts or motives of
others he gives reasons for his own
position and thereby invites the ex
ploiting of reasons for a contrary po
sition, giving the country a chance to
finally decide upon the merits of the
reasons given, and not compelling it
to choose between reason and preju
dice. There is no doubt that this tour
Is taken to be the r-PI o -tunlty for Judg
ment between Mr. Bryan and the pres
ident. The Nebraskan has just com
pleted a traverse of the same section
and has appealed to the Impulses and
prejudices of the people. The presi
dent follows, appealing to their reas
on, and the country is gratifiel by
his methods, which appeal even to
those who differ from his conclusions.
The forces are Instinctively lining
up for the contest of 1904. If Mr. Bry
COWARD PRIOR, Manages
First-Class U -tc-I a te Work
l.NION I.Uf'lR ONLY
"I luv a rooster for tew things one
it the krow thut iz in him, and the
'other Iz the spurn lliaalron ulin
to buk up his krow with.'.'.
Astorian Publishing Co.
Tenth and Commercial SU.
Phone 66 1 Astoria, Or.
an Is to lead the opposition it is now
apparent that the Issues will not great
ly differ from those presented in IS!
and 1900, As made by hint those Issues
appealed to every conceivable human
prejudice and to every element of en
vy In the human heart. It Is not by
accident that the potent clement of
religious prejudice Is thus early in
sight, and It will be among the heavy
artillery set in the Held by Bryan. In
all of our great national contests, how.
ever, reason wins. Thts seems to be
the confident belief of the pros! tout,
and he opposes that weapon to the un
reason of the opposition loader.
He would be a purblind partisan who
would deny that he opposition under
a more patriotic and enlightened lead
er could bring reason into action as
the main weapon of its warfare. The
country requires two political parties,
and to say that only one coul 1 have
reason on Its side would be to s-y that
there should only be one party. whUh
is a condition undesirable In a repub
lic. But the ivmocrney became irra
tional In 1S9S an.l cotitin ted m that
state In 19"0, and so far makes no
sign of recovery of its brains. It must
I confessed that this con lit Ion makes
the president's task easier, sitve in
ratiocination he has.a monopoly. That
he will successfully lead his party to
continued control of the house of rep
resentatives, which is the stak- played
for this year, there is no d'Uib:, and
such a result clears the path of all op
position to his nomination in
A skilled hvooorite is the most Je-
spisable thing on earth.
We are all afflkted, to so ce xtent.
Air your opinions
fear they get musty.
SAVED AT GRAVE'S Iir.'.NK.
' I know- I would long ago have l-en
in my grave," writes Mrs. S. 11. N-w-som,
of Decatur, Ala., "if It had not
been for Electric Hitters. For three
years I suffered untold agony from
the worst forms of Indigestion, Water
brash, Stomach and Bowel Dyspepsia.
But this excellent medidne did me a
world of good. Since using It I can
eat heartily and have gained 55
pounds." For Indigestion, Loss of Ap
petite, Stomach, Liver and Kidney
troubles, Electric Bitters are a posi
tive, guaranteed cure. Only 50o at
Chas. Rogers' drug stoer.
Moments of victory and power tell
what a man is.
SUITS OUR CLJMAT3.
The rapidly increasing use of shin
gles as covering for the walls of build
ings, both to keep out the weather and
for ornamental purpose, makes a
great demand for a shingle sdaln wfclch
preserves the wood, prevents moss, and
retains a fresh, handsome appearance.
Particularly is such the case tn damp
climates. The need is well 3iet In a
perfect article maae right here in As
toria. Cutbirth's Creosote Shlr.gle .
Stains are penetrative, preservative, j
handsome and durable. They are put
up In eight colors and every package
A lawyer may be pretty long winded
in his brief.
aiid fc jpiosit'jries will not, pos
ilively cannot Jo more than
It requires au internal remedy
to remove the cause and effect
Ask y'onr drngist for Dr.
1'erriu's booklet on tie subject.
September 15 to 20,11902
Tcu are Invited to attend and
see the greatest Industrial ex
position and livestock show ever
held on the Pacific Coast. Good
rscng every aftjrvio.i I'tmj
ground free. Come and bring
your families. For any Infor
M. D. WISDOM, Secretary.
lirt; only in tX pr?5"1- Nature throw
a glamor around, youth ami nmiilett, so
that lihcnv;U they saw misery and mar
riage walking hand in nana iu every
home in the world thrv would fondly
(mW.Wt!?W believe that thev
should lie taught
to prepare for niar-
Sriane. Thev should
V l - "nucrsuuui uow to
f' 'V . . jfc 3 or ese r v lhir
.i - . .
j i a-scrmlion is the
: ? mifctdlectivetncc!.
u-ttie tor the pre
servation of worn-
health ami the
'.-eases. It reini-
i I ,...cs the pcrusls,
J. !ties cnleeNine;
' ' ::!. tirals in-
' ; -a K-t :.i
atton n u il
CM! .'s female weak
mvi I" prepares
tlie womanly or
nity an.': makes the
: " v ; .-. :i'cSS.
-:r-'in" contains no
i j ;am, oocuiue, nor
h utrrine treubi
!',-. t.-- cr.i ".!.;v Ml I C. Puv.llt l.iltic
Hi- i-.-i '.n i.'c . l'.i.-.ivd iu S!.-rir.lr.
.1 ' ' . . t -..!! '.( I:. id .1 ir.iic.rn it. tic
;';.-'i: ,'' MlerlU 0! lut
:l-; t c v a.i i , .crnicm. 1 wrote v.mi
- - -i ' . I !' I.ilir ' Kivmitr Prc-
v--:n'-i ' v.- -' ;..a t., $ri 't',iltn Mrd
hs' t'...A.i ...,. he i vk mx vir rveo
St:. i. etc ic csip'wn' ami two of
p.. V; u vi ai...! liUcncrv ' .i:ui gu out i4 lirU
s::.i n .i ..:.:( u aitcnd tc her houM'huid work."
Ir Pierce's Plivs-itU lVUctS Cult bili
ousness General Electrical
Installing and Repairing
The Px'st Eiuijiod Shop in
OiYcppn Oiitsitlo of Portlaml
Ha- Just Been Opened at
42i BOND ST.
Estimates Made on
Of ah Kinds.
Supplies Kept in Stock
Agents lor the Celebrated
Beet Under the .Sun
H . W. CYRUS, - M'gr
In a Word This Tells of the Passenger
Ihe Northwestern hm
Eight Trains Daily Between St. Paul
and Chicago, comprising
The Latest Pullmin Sleepers,
peerless Dining Cart,
Library and Observation Can,
Free Keclining Chair Cart,
The 20th Century Trains
Rune Lvery Day of the I ear.
The Finest Tram in the Work
Electric liqhted Heattd
THK BAiyiEft STATE EXPRESS, th
j Finest i)al,y Train Running Between
I St Piui and Chicago, via the Short
C').',n'r'.t!otis from :hc West Made vli
Th NOKTHRRN PACIFIC
'j l! KAT NORTHERN AND
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'YS.
TiiU Is alo the BEST LINE betweer
Ornana. s;. Paul and Minneapolis.
All Ag'MS Sell Tickets via
The Northwestern Line
W. H. MRAD, H. L. SISLER,
fj'-neral Acnt. Trav. Agent
U'i AMi-r 8;reet, Portland. Ore;
Scott's Santal-Pcpsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
For Inflammation or Catarrh
i.l lh niaMfr and Dlanea
Kidmya. No cure no pujr,
Curha iinlcklf and frma
ni nMy tlifl worat cmm of
c-oiMtrrlioria and 4lt,
ne aial. rot now long atand
lii. Absolutely hannlra,
H-.Kl by druKlnta. Print
I 00, or by mall, poatpald,
THE SANTAl-PEPSIN CO,
Sold by Chas. Rogers, 46 Commerci
al Street, Astoria. Oregon.
Foley's Kidney Cure purities the
Mod by stralnliii: out impurities and !
tones up. the whole system Cures
kidney and bladder liouNcs. - Fur ale I
by Frank Hart, Druggist.
It a man knows how i. net along
with Ills wife lie has sense cniHli.il to
know how to let her get along with
NO FAt.SU CLAIMS.
The proprietors of Foley's Honey
and lir do not advertise thin as a
" sure cure for consumption." They
do not claim It will cure this dread
complaint In advanced cases, but do
positively assert that It will cure In
the earlier staue and never falls to
itlve comfort and rllof In the worst
case. Foley's Honey and Tar Is with
out doubt the greatest throat and lung
remedy. Ilefuse substitutes. Sold by
Frank Hart, druggist.
A flatterer often pets the ptnlse of
being a brilliant elocutionists.
FOII.S A PEADLY ATTACK.
" My wife was so ill that good phy
sicians were unable to help her," writes
j M. M. Austin, of Winchester. Jod .
I but was completely cured by lr.
King's New Life Til's." T'v v work
I wonders In stomach and liver troubles.
(Cure constipation, sick hendache. Mo
I at Chas. Rogers' drug store.
The man who Is a
sneers Is an accident. ,
f i:ure bellves
! BRONCHITIS FOK TWI'NTY YKAKS
Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danv ille, 111 ,
writes: " I had bronchitis for twenty
years and never got relief until I used
Foley's Honey and Tar, which Is a
sure cure." Sold by Frank Hart,
The man who runs down in business
usually finds It neiessary to wind up
When d'hc- medicines have failed,
take Foley's Kidney Cure. U has cur
id when everything else has disap
pointed. For sale be Frank Hart.
I A donation party m'ght be a howl
! Ing success to the man vvh Is out of
R. Rass, of Morg;n(ow-n, Iiul..
i had tp tret up t-n or tw. hv times In
th- nlsht Mid hs 1 .L-v.-r" backache and
j pnlns II the kidneys. Was ciii' d by
I Foley's Kidney i 'ure. Ir sal by
'Frank Hart, drugu-st.
One trying need of lhl zprt Is iroth
ers who nre wll leg to live nt home
with their children, nnl devote (art
I of their time and tal-nt to trnlniug
Steamer SIE II. ELMORE
The Largest, Staunch' St. Steadiest, and m xil seaworthy vessel
ever on the route. Best of Table and State Room Aoc.immo'la
tlona, Will make round trip every live days bu'.ween.
Astoria and Tillamook
Connecting at Astoria with the Oregon Railroad & Navlat!n Co. and
the Astoria It Columbia R. R. for Portland. Ban Francisco anl ait
points East. For freight and passenger rites apply to
Samuel Elmore & Co.
B. C. LAMB.
A. & C. R. R. Co.
North Pacific Brewery.
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
The Popu'ur Protluct-of the onlyhrewcrv In North
western Oregon enjoys a very lartje rlanicHtlc mi rl ex
KOPPS BEST bottled or in kc
Pre City Dullvcry,
M ZEALAND FII1E
Of New Zealand
W. P. THOMAS, Mgr., f en Francino.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHARMOLDKltt.
Has l,((ii l.'rdi i writing tn tin? I'atific e.vo iwti:h.!i, y(HTt
SAMl.'KL KI.MOUK & CO., Ag.i.ts in. f i,-,.
GENEIIAL COMTHA' Ton
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL ST.
Your orilrrn for
im aLi, l,o' h
FRESH A K I) S A L T
W III tie promptly and
tatw.ai'fjirlly atu-ndi d to
3. W. MORTON, Prop.
Telerhooe No 321.
TW O IU.V1TI.KS C'UHBD 11IM,
" 1 was trouble! with kidney com.
dm for about two yer, write A.
I I Dais, of Ml. Sterling, la., but two
.'bottle of Foley's lOdnov Cur eftvot
.' I a pnrm.tnettt cure.' ld by FrrtnV
You had better give llialt to leelve
-a sound thrashing.
Sound kidneys are safeguards of
life. Make the kidneys healthy with
Filey's Kidney Cure, Sold by Frank
People who liv
on lick are tickled
YiMT. KIUNKYS FOit
'lnn you are suffering from rlieu
matism, the kidneys must t attend
ed to at once so thxt Ihey will elimi
nate the uric acid from thto blood.
F.loy' Kidney i'ui Is tho niost ef
fective remedy for this purpose. H. T.
Hopkins, of I'aSar. Wis, says: "After
unsuccessfully djctorlng for three
wars for rhcumaiiMii with tlie bent
Joclors, 1 tried Foley's Kidney Cure
and II cured me 1 cannot speak loo
highly of lliis great medlclim." For
'ile by Frank Hurt, druggist.
.V man s autonr.tpli lwks bent on u
elieck. pun Ided he lias a god hunk
Till'. I'Kll'K OF HIlllOllS.
Many s.ld:eis in the It'it war wrote
so say that for Serai, lies, Urulses,
I'uts, Wounds, t'orns. Sore Keel and
itirt Joints, llu klen's Ami. a Salve Is
the best In the world. Same for Hums,
Scalds, polls. Ulcers, tfkln Ktuptlons
and Piles. It cures or no pay. Only
:5 at ('has Knurrs' drug mtore.
When a vounis man tells a girl that
sue is pn tty as a h lute, she never at
on " thinks h" might mean Abraham
l,in. olu s picture.
! i oul 1 lurdly i'MU'-ii the iha't!t of
Homer Hall, of West Point. In. Ms-'-it
v A .-.-v. -lie eld had settled
in Ids Ian caiiKlug a iwl obntlnale
coukIi. Several physicians mild lie had
coiiHumiitlou, but coul 1 not help him.
When all thought he was doomed he
Ix'gau to use l'r King's New !S"ov
ry for consumption and wrlt.M: "It
I ompletely cured me nud saved my
life, I now welsh !.'7 pounds," It's
I positively guaranteed for Coughs,
uldN imd l.tmg trouble". Price 60c
ml tl Trial hollies free at "hn,
Rogers' drug store.
O K N. Co.
Th. "NorthwestTn L ml".!'' tr.ilni
leotrle lights throughou', buth !'mld
diKl out, an j a;fam li-nt-1, are with
out excepiiun, me llne.it train la ihf
worl.t. Tlinv (finli!v thn iat..jr .........
and Yi'f.i Irlnas f,,r r;nnifvrt. 'Oii'vunl.-nc
ana luxury ever orrrd th- tr.i vclllnic
nubile, ami altogether .ir the moat
comiilete anl .-pU'ii lid rTo lii. tini ,.f th
car hull'lers' art.
Theee ail-nlll Traini
The Great Northern
The Northern I'atlfie and
The Canadian 1'acifle
AT 8T. PAUL Foil
ChlCAGO and the EAST.
Nu extra charge for the superior
aoommo'latlona and all rt.ia iinb.
eta are available for paasige or. the
train oa thU line are proteci;4 by tha
unt-nocninH rioo ryatem.
W. H. MBAD, H. L. 8I8LER
Qeneral Agent. Traveling A't
TO AND FHOM ALL
it .PAUL, DULUTII. MINN KA l't'1.18,
I'lliCAOU ANU IHMNTH KABT.
Tlmiuglt I'slm and Tourt.it SU eprrs.
IMnlng and HulTet SinoKltm I.lbiary
I'ally Trains: fast time.
For rates, rollers ind full Informa
tion regarding tickets, routes vie. call
on or addroM
J W. PIIALON. It IiICKBOS
Trav la. Agt. City Ticket A lit.
IIS Third Street. I'o-il nd.
A. B. C. DKNNISTON. '1. W. t ,
tilt First Avenue. So.Utl. Wih.
Don't Guess at it
Hut If ou ar ovn Rssi wilie ha
for our rnt and let us tell you about
the service and accomnnjdutloiis offer
ed by the ILLINOIS t'KNTIt AL
it A I LI tO At). THHOUOH TOURIST
Cr via the ILLINOIS CENTRAL
from PACIFIC COAST tu Chicago and
Cincinnati. Don't fall to write ui
about your trip aa wo are In a pout
Hon to give you soma valuable infor
mation and assistance; lm mile ot
track over which are operated soms
of ths finest trains In the world.
For particulars regarding freight or
pasaenger rates call on or addnws.
.C LINOfllST. U H.THU.MBELU
T. F. A R. A. Com'l Aft
112 Third St., Portland. Ore.
Denot. Fifth and
Irving ata. Portland
Tralna for 8aim.
Ogden, san Fran
cla'o, Mnjave, Le
An,tfca. id l'ao.
New Oreleana and
7;U a m
7:2 p ro
ID a in
(dally excrpt Hull
train connei ta with
tram for Mt. An
11 r o w n a v 1 1 1 e,
Natron, and even
ing train for Mt.
Angel and Hllvcr
ton. 7:30 a. ml Corvallla paaaen- I I U D.m
Ht-i p ml Hherldan pasam- 'B:25a.m
Dally, finally except Hunday.
ttubate th'ketH on aale t'tWM-n Port
land, Hacramento and Sun Kranclaeo.
Net rate $17.60 Drat cln-a, without
lierth and 114.00 second claaa, Including
Itatt-a and th-ket to Eaaiern nolnta
and Kuropr. Alan Japan, china, Hono
lulu and Auatralla. Can b obtained
o . Si himng, Third and Waah-
I'aaaenger depot foot of Jefferaon Ht
Leave fur Oawego dally at 7:20, 9:41
a. m.l 12:30, 1:65. I 25. 6:16, :26. 8:06,
11:30 p. tn. end 9:00 p. in. on Sunday
only. Arrive at Portland dully at M:36.
8:30, 10:&0 a. m.j 1:35, 3:15 :3, :20,
7 40, 10:00 p. m.i 12-40 a. m. dully except
Mondavi 1:30 and 10:46 a. m. on Sun
Leave for Dallas dally txcept Sun
duy at 4:30 p. m. Arrlv at Portland
nt :30 a. m.
Paaafnger train leave" Dallia fot
Alrli-e Monday?, Wednesday and Frl
dava at 3:4.1 p. m. Rettrnj Tueaday
Thuiddaya and ftaturduys.
R. B, MILLER,
0n. Frt, and Paaa. Aft
When people are tm: ii.d.C.liig a
trip, whoiher on hunlnea-i or planure,
Ihev naturally want the. boat acrv'.'e
obtainable m far a apeed, r.nnfort and
-afety Is iNincernod. Rmployea or the
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINE'S are
iuld lo iktvo the public and our train
are operatid m aa to make close con
nection with diverging lines at all
Pullman Paloie Bleeping and Chair
(."am on through tralna.
Dining car service unexcelled, Mcala
nerved a la carte,
In order to obtain the flrst-ola ser
vice, fljik tire ticket agent to sell you
a ticket over
The Wisconsin Central Lines
and you will make direct ip.iiiectlons
mt St, Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and
all points Bast. '
nn anv fnrthr Information call on
Lftny tlckeit agent ,or correapond with
JA8. c. pond, aen. i-ass. Ag t.
or JAS, A. CliOCK, Milwaukee, Wis.
NOTIOU roll PUBLICATION.
United Hlutes Iminl )itliu, Oregon
Cliy, lUtgon, Aug, R, Vm,
Notice Is hereby glvou that In coin
nlimu'D with the proylclvns of an act
of congrrsa of June It. H7S, entitled
" An net fur the sula ot Umber limits
In the stales of Cnlifurulu, Oregon,
Nevnda mid Washington Terilloiy,"
us eslolldml to all public llilld itntes
hy net of August 4, 1N!IJ,
WILLIAM T. UUNNICLL.
of l'oitliiinl, County of Muliiininciti,
Htnle of Oregon, hits this diy filed III
litis nliicd his sworn statement No,
Ml IK, for the piiriliiise of the west
half or the northwest cpmrter of see.
lion 39, mid the enst Imlf of "is inc. th
eust ipmi'ler of seetliln Mil, K1, i, town.
hIiIu No. I north, rnuge No. went,
mid will offer proof to show that the
Imid Nought I more vnlunble fur Us
Umber oi stone than for ngrtcullurnl
pui'lHMcs, and tit enlnlilli his ilului
In the snld Innd iH'fom Ihe (l-liT
mill iccrtvcr it f.it tiiy. On uu,
on Monday, the 3d day of Novrinlier,
He mimes na llner: William
Krtecl, of I'orlliind, Ore.: tlyrnri J.
Sunfor.l. of MiintilVlll.t, Ore. ; J.tmcn f.
llurke. of Henslde, Ore.: It. J. Uurke,
uf Seaside. Ore.
Any and all prison claiming ad-
vermdy the above deserllwd hinds are
i,-tiiepile.l to tile their clnloii" In this
ornVe on or liefore ths snld 3d Iny of
chas. n. Mix'mRi,
HI'. ID' IT IteglSter,
NOTI'K OF AIIMINISTIIATION.
Notice hereby given to nil whom
it may concern, that the undersigned
h been duly appointed III itilmlu
Mralrls of th estate of Joseph Kar
Mineii. ileceaurd, by (hp County Court
r i intwp touit'y, ir von, nnd all
ipeimom having claim ngnlnt the e-
lute of mild iWritMHt are reiiillriHl Ik
present the sitinr duly verified to tin
u n de i ui is tied at her home In w a-.
torln, In i 'In I nop County, Oipgon, wltli.
In til t mouth from this dute.
I'.Hel :,i iorla Ihi lutli duv of
nmnt. 1902. i J 9 u.
Mil'ici: I'l.in I't'llLICATI'iN.
I'mtf.l Hlntra 1 41 ml IlltW, t Uli'gull
I'll)-, t'i.-K"M, Aug 6, 112.
S.iii.i' I Ihti-I'V iiV'ii lliiit In nun-
I'll. Illii' WU ill - ! il I .i.1 .if ui I
f Ciiiiiian uf Jiiiiit 3. IniK. eiitlili-,1
tn nit tr ti anli' of IIiiiIhi' IjuhIh
In iln Slat'- of Ciilfur it.i, Orfgoii.
V' Vii'la nu I Vh.iIiIiuMii '!' I r' tur ,"
,a ,.ti,.,,.,t to 111 Hm I'lllillf Llilld
tlnl ,y nt of Augutl i, );,
of Wtill np. cotmly tf tflionliuiio, Hlnto
if Idnlio. Ima thla day nif, In tlua
offlre III xwoin ainlniiint No. Wti for
il.e fin i ham' of th HW utmrter of
.i thm Nu J2. In lowlliililp No. N,
vi 9 wrt, and will offer proof
to aliow Hint ths land Bought la ni.iru
valu.itil fur lit llmlo-r or atmie lliini
for DKrli uliiir.tl urpom, and to m
tahllNli III I'lulm to Mid land U-fore
tin' ii'KlxtiT and reirlvcr of thla ofllre
t (rigm City, iiifgon, on Momlny,
the :'0lh itiiy of tlctober, l!3.
IU u.iiiiia a wltiii'iuiBii: Jaini- II.
Short, of Mullen. Idnlio; John A. Mr-
iHiiitiHI. of Miillmi, Idaho: Jitirtr T,
Iturko, uf Suil, On-goit: Mlllurit
Arinnlri.iiK of Mtlllrll. Idnlio
Any and nil iinraona ilnlmtng nd-
viMM. ly tin- nooVi'.ib'iii rlld land r
lio-ati'd in nlo I heir elnlmN In thl
ofll, e on or Ix-for wild joth day of
CHAM. II. MrtOUKH,
IU 10 rtegUtrr.
Nuni'i-: koh PI'lll.ICATION.
t'nil.-l Statu Lund nrnYe. at Oregon
city, Oregon, Aug. I, 11W2:
Notice I li-rc'iy glvou thut Ih rom
lillauie irtlli the provlaluli of the act
of Coim-ien of Ji;i- J, ,n"S. rntlll"!
"n mt for tlie nl of ilniln-r lulid
In the State of I'ulforiilu, i 'gon,
Nevada and Waahlngtoit Territory,"
n in'i-lul.d to fill III I Ublk Ijmd
Sliiti by m t of August 4. I8K,
KATE A. Cl.AltK.
of HimHiJ... County of Clutaop, Stale of
insfon. linn this dny filed her sworn
ct ileno-nt No. fiSJ7, for the puri huae of
ihe K half of NE iiimrler, NW quarter
of northeitst iiniter, mid nnrthenut
piurter of iinrlhwrat mmrter of
Hon Nn. 3, In towiinhlii No. 6 north,
niiiKc No 7 (, and will offer proof
to slum- tb.it Ihe Inn. I aought I more
-1 1 ii ii I for if timber or Ntone lhn.it
for ngrlciiltur.il purMiM, and to c-
talillili her rlnlm iM-fore the clerk of
ClalHop County, nt Astoria, Oregon, on
Friday. th 17th dny of October, 1M2.
She iiniucs ni wltfice: Oluf Iloren.
t Astoria. Mregon: It. M. Huston, of
Astoria .Oregon; Tlmolby Coriorim, of
.lewd, firemni; ), M. Stiinrt, of Asto
Any nml all persons claiming ad
versely the almve-dcsi rlbcd land nre
reiiic(cd to file their claim In tills
itllce on or lie fore snld 171 Ii day of
('II AS. B. MOOItFS.
3 II 10-10 Register.
In Hi- Circuit Court of the Stale of
Oregon, for Clatsop County:
Ida Thomas, I'hiliiUff, v Churlea H.
Mill lu ll. Defendant;
To Charl.-i II. Mltclivll, the aUove-
iiaiiinl il. fi iidnnt :
In tin- iiumo of the State of Oregon,
you arc hereby required to appear und
nnswer I In- complaint of the alKive mint-
d n n ul Iff IIIikI uir.ilnst you in the
uboio entitled cause In the above
entitled court, wlihln si vt-i
from the iliiie of the tint pub
lication of this summon, name
ly, on or before Monday, the mil
lay of September. A. D.. 11W2. K you
fall to so appear and answer tlie plain-
Uf! will aiudy to the court for the re
lief demundcil In snld complaint,
namely, for a decree declaring void and
annulling iheinarrlaire existing between
'he planum and Iho defendant and
ntercd Into and soleninlsed at the
lown of Vaneoiivcr, In Chirk county,
Stale of Washington, on tho 23d duy
of Nov.inb:-!-, ISM,
The defeiidunt will also take notice
Unit I his KummoiiH Is published in the
Weekly Astorian. pursuaht to an order
made by th- Hon, C. J. Trenchant,
County Judge of said Clatsop -county,
on the day of July, 1M2.
i lie iinio of tho tlr.it publication ot
till summons Is July 2"ith, 1M3.
. Atlorney for Plaintiff.
1 kese tiny Capiulel are aupenot
to Balsam ot aiDa--.
Cubeb ot Injections '"''Mljny )
All CURE IN 48 HUUHO""-y
I tho same dneattl wlUv
2l out Inconvenienc.
SM h ill Prufftflhl