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- St. Helen, Columbia Co., Of.
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Written for the Teachers Institute.
teLOQUEXCE OF TIIOCGIIT.
BY MRS. M. E. L. ADAMS.
. If I only had hrahis, or the gift of
laiigiiage, so that I couhF Express my
thoughts in a language to suit; myself,"
said a friend after listening to an elo
quent public speaker. And so perhaps
many are thinking to night who do not
realize that thought expresses itsflf in
various yrstys leside in speech. J u.st
Jhink of the thought it takes to dress a
lamily of children 1 Why it takes more
than it does to write an essay ; think of
V: the mathematical calculationthe artis
; -- tic thoughts to arrange the apparel of
Each, for different size. agi. style, aiid
niA-:A.. iF pnW nr
WIUUAtlUU, hilt UU1 I ,
W Waoe;n ,U,at f l.ti.w fbMr
beauty or tone down any defect. Think
Vi ; ;,,t- f r rot. nA
meal, to have every thing-looked palata-
Die, ana arrangeu io oe pieusuig w iuk
: ' i il i i-M...
- There re manv artists who have
xever handled the brush or palate, but
neir ino'lirnfcs speaK uiruurit nieir cuuu-
tenatice: eyes, features, and in all their
- ' There also are poets whomever made
v- a rhyhie, ( for there are rhymes in which
ihere are no poetry, and some of the
xnDst sublime poetic thoughts are not
Tnrc in rbvmo lnifr. t.hftv afe lilfP .
the light at sunset, they bathe all with
whom they associate iu the rosy light
f their own thoughts.
'1' ; Then the persons of strong intellect,
those who take a broad view of life, ure dot the land and picture?; adorn the
whose thoughts are of a high and enno- homes pictures 'are like children, archi
Ki;n .nur rf Vot ro-iJni'.K lecture and machinery; full cro-nined
ulties, they may be persons of but few
- wortls, but their presence has power;
fcow we are strengthened when in their
. Society, and we take lip' the work of life
and moYe on with renewed energy, and
thank God we have ever met them.
Then again, there are those whose So the world waits for thought to cx
Kair is" silvered, and whose brow is' press i itself through the poet or the ora-
i i .,:. u .:i,i tf i.o,r tor. Tim noet brings und corn nareg the.
agreeabie it is because their language is past and the present, things distant, and
. nit understood. Think what a jumble near, and enlivens them inanimate ob
bf giberish soundsa foreign language jects he ahuost inspires with the breath
Bounds to 'Le who does not understand of life, the gloom jthat o ersJ-auowecl ev
it, and it provokes a smile in spite bT ervthing i--dp-.fd "like night before
-tlie knowledge of good maii)ijirs So the morning sun,1 what looked hideous
eTrinklebrow' andTsil vered hair, in ilie sliadowof night, becomes beauti
- what do they speak 1 They tell of tears, f ul in the morning light of his iniagiua-
trialsL mental conflicts, and victories won
over self, sin in any form, and are Di-
piomas irom tne jrcat j.eacner. e
feel proud of Our knowledge of the Arts
ahd Sciences, and of our graduating hon-
I ors, . should we feel ashamed of our
knowledge gained in the great Univer-
sity of Experience, and try to hide our
lipiomas oecause tne nanawnung is not
familiar to every one.,
We have schools, colleges and uiiiver-
si ties, not merely for the young to con
their iessons, but to train their minds to
think, to start them on the right tra'ck,
to prepare their minds to gain knowl-
edge and wisdom all through life. But
do we asparent8 and teachers who have
the training of the young, exercise the
care we should in the choice of books
they read! Do we not let them read
anything and everything within their
reacu. witnout regaru w viieir ac ur
it.iv ... .. . .1 t.... ;
mental capacity! Do we exercise the
"judgment we do in the food we prepare
for their todies? We are very careful
that they eat, only what will give
them strength and health, arid when,
Should we not consider it of as much
importance that their intellectual and
spir itual natures do not get dyspeptic ? pressed in words, they will speak in a
" Do we see that they are as temperate in thousand ways tlirough the eyes, be
reading as in eating or drinking? For seen in the cut ofj the features, very
f there can be an intoxication of the intel- movement in all the various and endless
j lect as well as of the body. What would duties of domestic 'life that are some
strengthen and enlarge the thoughts of times so trying to the patience, isa word
one, would weaken and depress another, that is each day a! beautiful sentence,
. what would le a mere recreation for a and each week a yerse in one grand
,p erson advanced in years, would be too
stimulating for one younger. An Edi-
tor was once censured by a fellow labor-
eV, for. having so much froth iri his paper;
Ito tf.ft'rtvj ' npnnlp npprJ lVifi'ifn.l fnnrl
. -j - - '
light, aad frothy so.ri'itimas; and there
' ar8itns woan t&3y would not ptrtvke
if it wxi tD soliX" Si vail ws not,
thia h a cr3 t!it th? young Tead,
""not . whvt will sujjait inavjre or' vile
Vibri:$hv bit c'i3rfal, para, and enuo-
i n frthT4?y rxl Vn'u ths will
. - . - - "V -
th vi y in i'ile-vte of
w!i3ii thy r.ad, teac h
houht, . and
them to discriminate the wheat from the
Those persons who have grand and
noble thoughts are never alone, mver
hopelessly sad for they can have the
companionship of great minds of ages
past as well' as of the present, if their
surroundings are disagreeable, the light
of the past shines and brightens their
pathway beyond the shadows of the
present, or the hope of the future cheers
them oil , See a funeral procession, a I
little, child has been snatched by disease
from loved 'ones,' kind friends have done
all they 'could,! the casket in which all
that remains of ' the cherished one is
placed in a rough jfvagon, no parade.
no flowers, everything rough, and the
procession moves on its way over rocks,
through the mud, and rain to the ccm
tery on a hill far away . To those who
only loqk at the present or. the prose
side of life, it 'seems dreadful, bill as
they move on their way, up the hill, ihe
wild flowers '6ok Up and speak, " w3
bloom but for a day and die, thy flower
is immortal ;in the garden of Paradise,"
the breeze fans and cools the brow fe-
vered with anxious care and watching
vvith the sick one, the tall firs are senti
nels iri their livery of rreen, bow their
plumed heads iii reverence as they pass,
I rlmir! rlrrr tpnrs nt MVimtilMi V. nnrl
v t.j v,- ... ... ,
as they ascend i higher, higher, higher,
t seems they are neahng Heaven as
they approach the city ot the dead, aim
i j w "",w , - o
in their shouts of welcome and rejoicing
over the little one that has joined them
and escaped the pain and trial of Earth.
Thought, is the power that moves the
world, and it speaks in a thousaud ways
and'ii! specitil ways at different time? in
i eVerv Dart of the world. Thought makes
rapid strides, and the world teems with
wonderful inventions in ihe Arts tfnd
Sciences, in all kinds of labor saving
machinery, beautiful forms of architect-
and women, the j first are beautiful, the
others combine beauty with power.
At other times the world is sluggish
and dull, half awake, and half asleep,
like a youth'in the morning, he realizes
it is time to arise; yet waits to be called.
tion. The orator wakes the people from
their lethargy, witji his logic he has pow-
er, ms lniuiniiiiou ciomes iits.iuuugut
with beauty, brightens the eye and loos-
ens his tongue, until he forgets himself
iu his subject, and with his enthusiasm,
wit, sarcasm, and sympathy with his
audience, he Iras perfect control of their
tniuas, ana wun iniisnes or lignuung
rends in twain old fogy ideas as the bark
is stripped from a .tree.
Then again, when the world is more
lomestic, thought .wields its power with
the pen, and letters, newspapers, and
looks fill the land. How the winged J
messengers fly by j sea and land, by ev-
ery conceivable way of conveyance to
every home and fireside, to amuse and
instruct, inthe hospital, to cheer and
comfort the sick and dying, on the bat-
tletield and in the camp, to those far
xtoui ineiius, auu loveu ones, mj gi
Beautiful uvaa 'will shine you can-
not keep thom hidden any more than
you can keep the sun -from shining;
clouds may obscute it for a while, but it
will break forth some tira'e .; so beautifnl
thoughts will hot lie obscure if not ex-
poem, and one day thou shalt see it
written out in full in the. Book of Life,
So, friends, go on thinking, beautiful
thoughts, and if not exprsed1-jlts
lit tiffin li iomr ir" "-'-ri ' ofli.jf
C-7 A Vlly H
thou caii'stTsee thm thyself, they will
find "expssion( : 'otlterfc can see tWra,
for tjey are wruteri on something "m6re
substantial on th4 hearts of all with
whorayou associate.! Keever fear if the
lock to their .hearts has gown rustwir
with age, and will not open ft casilpaa I
! . . ' V
in childhood, for how quickly the heart
of a child will; open when you touch the
the spring, by a smile, a toy, or some
thing as trivial, and you can see all that
i t i 1
is there, but tn time rolls .on, the clasp
grows rusty, and it often takes a mighty
effort, some great trial or suffering to
open it, then you will be surprised to
see all that is written therein.
r , God gives each one a different lan
guage through which He himself speaks ;
and the higher, the nearer perfection
our thoughts, the nearer " we apprdach
the Great Original.
Rainier, Ogn, March, 1882.
. Af AJOit AdajJs Dear .Friend: As
the leather is bad, and nothing to do
but to Ib'af, I will try and scratch out a
few items for your valuable paper. ..
Mr. E. Laue htfs returned-' from Port
land. Ho did not pers'uade tlx Captain
to stop on Deer Island t tf !ee his little
Mr. M. Y. Gerow says if he can find
out the Rainier Correspondent, he will
show Him that he is a bull-puncher sure
enough. Gerow; take care of the little
Drint while you've got a clratice; young
Riggs may tack ship and sail with the
Mr. W. Lee has made a trip to Mike
Rosier 'i to see tllb widow Meseher. . The
first trip was with 4 oxen to haul 2 pigs
weichinjr about .20 lbs apiece. Look
out, Lee, you iiiay ccnie libuie with the 1
bulldog fast to the seat of yotir pants.
Mr. Frank Anrys is' iisitiiig His folks
in Beaver Valley.
Messrs. Challt s Doane & Aileii are
liis' as bees , weaving shingles 5 to 6
thousand per day. Get rich pretty
T. C. Livesay is making shingles too:
Young Rig: makes regular trips to
see his darling French j-ose. Look out,
boys, and be prepared for a serenade.
G. B Riggs makes daily trips to the
River. Wonder -what's there to take
him down ? i N
A. Urant has missed a couple of Sun
days' exhibiting his beniitiful sister.
Smith Kistner and wife have returned
from Astoria. Smith has got a pretty
. This Is all at present. My friends,
Astoria, March, 3d. .1882.
M.R. E. G. Adams Kind Sir; -Will
you please oblige ihe by sending Robert
Morton's Columbian to Astoria, as I
came down heie to cook in Mr. T. Foss'
logging camp, and it seetiid as if. I can
not get along without the Columbian.
We are five miles above Astoria on the
John Day's River. I don't think you
ever saw a place equal it for mud and
big timber. I think I will send you a
little item after the camp gets started.
Mrs. Robert Morton.
We desire to extend to the citizens of
Columbia County our grateful thanks
for past; liberal patronage and while so-
lioitiny its continuance for the future,
nope. through you to gain many nev pa-
trons; we have added to our large stock
Gf DrUrs and Medicines, a complete
tock of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
Window Glass , A'C. ttc atid sell as low
the lowest; our place being central,
affdrds a' convenient place for storing
your parcels when in town making pur-
chases and we extend a cordial invita-
tion to all to make our place headquar-
ters. Come and see us.
Woodard, Clarke & Co.
Democratic County Committee
for Columbia County.
The Democratic County Committee
for Columbia County is hereby called to
meet at the Court . House in St." Helen
on Friday, March 17, 1882 to transact
such bu-.iness as may legitimately come
before it! following are the names
members of said Coifthmittte.
Scappoose, Malcom McKay.
Sauvie's Island, Wni. Musgrovc
' Der Island, George . Merrill.
lAinier, George F. Mceck.
.A k Point, Robert Cree.
t Ilatskanie, Adam Barr.
Xjlarshland, H. McGuire.
iNehalem. Mr. Bencar. ;
Auajirn, A. H. PowelL
j i F. Perry,
Ch'm. of County Com.
The 'Railrb will come within a mile
of St. leh " j it now is) under the
bluff, bijilsolo tVe outer edge of the
tovj?Tvsite which is a. rxJ square. We
expect a switch not for our'v8 "ut to
bring ns in n v'th low back
Rev. Mr. Wolverton attended the
funeral at Columbia City, of the young
Bonser accideotly killed on Sauvie's
Island. The lWdei-s Land others v efe
down, and seemed to deplore his deaih.
He was the mainstay of the family since
the death of their l&refftHj ami byjlfs
decease, a loving faiilffy cifole is bfoteu
into fragments.' -n
Mrs. Sliiiitaller rites froui dlencoe,
Feb. 28j'.-to her dauuhten Mrs. F. A
Moore," iespecting the Black Measle
thefe; ,(Ioa Fovler is dying now,
n . 1 .1 ;
Uennie Jreeman aiea ims bjwuih
Maud Conklin died about noon to- lay,
three sick at Fowler's, yet, and two just
taken at Freeman's, and Mrs. Nic.
Freeman jdst taken.
3Jrs. William Copeiand gave Mrs.
Adams a call on Tuesday while tin1
Major was absent in town. She brought
a notice calling, for a Teacher at the Bay
school hous; Mrs. Cdpeland lias a se-
tere1 cough. She says the. family in the
next house above theirs have the meas
William siaveiis offers his splendid
stallion for Side. He is 14 hands high
and weighs 1200 lbs. Mr. Slavens alsd
offers his tine .vagon and harness, any
one wishing a splendid bargain should
inquire of the owner on Milton Claim,
one mile from St. Helen. Terms Cash.
At the sohool-meeting on Monday, A.
H: Blake.sley was re-elected Director
and T. C. WHtts, Clerk. J. M. Ives
suuscrioen siv ior tne seats m tne
t 1 Al A - .1 .1
schoolhouse. Mr. Ives is a noble-hesirted
man, and used to be one bf .he leading
business Kien of Wisconsin.
On last Saturday eve there was a
,'rand dance and good time generally at
J. S Davenport's. Everyone enjoyed
themselves tiptop, and were loud in
their praises. The Billiard table arrived
yesterday, and will add to the attract
iveness of the p!tce.
A. II. Blakesley is one of the most
accommodating men to us there is.
Some people it pains dreadfully for utf to
hive conveniences, but not so hi in. He
is willing we should ie kept warm, and
o5 lets us have his waon to haul wood
till oars is repaired.
The' measloS are makiiig headway at
the Yankee Settlement. Mr. C. S. Em
erson's family are all down with them.
The Ridley girl, daughter of .Captain
Ridley, was the first one taken. They
are the old fashioned red measlws.
Miss Annie . Knighton has . married
a Mr. Harrington, of Seattle, a leading
merchant there. She has deeded her in
terest iu the St Helen town-claim to her
brother, Segarlin Knighton who lives on
Mrs. Hart has been visiting her moth
er, Mrs. McNamee. She says her moth
er's family all have terrible colds, she
also stated that Mr. Hart's health was
bad. She was on the return trip, home
Segarlin Knighton has rented the
Knirhton interest in the St. Helen
townsite to Mr. Riley for quarrying
purposes, and a fine quarry will soon be
opened in addition to those on the Mil
Received a Call yesterday ffrjm Mrs.
Georsre, Mrs. Dorinda Muckle and her
mother, Mrs. Richardson of East Port
land. Mr. Richardson and son Thomas
are working on abarge at Astoria.
Mr. William Beaver was in town
TuesdAy. He is raising one of the finest
family of boys on the Scappoose. They
are industrious, peaceable and good look
ing, that's what the girls say.
One of the Ragin boys had a coon on
exhibition on; Monday on the street.
His coonship attracted much attention,
and has been brought out at an 'early
day for the comiug election.
Mr. J. L. Alien starUd out Wednes
day, canvassing for Garfield's life. He
is agent to get new' subscribers for the
Columbian. He is a rustler, and a first
rate man and reliable.
William Copeland hauled out on
Monday a big load for the emigrant
Johnson, -riving in the next ltouse above
his. He brought us out a can of kero-
sine, and has our thanks.
F. A. Moore Esq. is absent much of
the time on legal business. He is get
ting an extensive practice all over the
State and' in V. IV
. . ; -.
This No. the year-is over half "Otit, and
wish our subscribers would pungle, as
we have got to make out a hundred dol
lars for taxes. .
Frankie Mooif lias the mwish-s.
; Mrs. Piatt inftrrmV us Willie is recov
'i ing. ' :V
:. N. I). McCoy iJ 6utting 'cord wood for
Fuller ton. )
Mr. Ray of Cowertian,was "in town on
: Mrs. BLshop is aaiil y le able to write
a gtl essav.
! Mr. Richard Cox'rf cliildren are iall
sick with the measles.
. The smelt are coming, almost every
body has smelt them.
James Woods and JJiin Caples were
in town the other day, p m
The hogs are more destructive of
young lambs than dogs'.
Daniel SLavens is fitting up his barlr
and slfoe shop iu fine shape,
Charlie Blakesley, sick with the roea
sles, cannot speak alove a wjiisper. f
AVe regret to learn that Mrs. Blakes
ley and babe are down with the measles.
Caudle failed to give us an account
of that splendid party at lElzy George's.
If you want a damper in your stove.
not on your affections go to Woodman's.
j Money to loaf! tiii real estate
security by F. A. Moore Esq. St. Helen,
James Muckle saj-s he will bring in
water Into St Helen from Milton Creek
Miss Emma Knox Is teaching in the
Harrison Street School in Portland, and
has $50 a monih.
Arthur Moore, who was thought to
have the measles is convalescent, and
nary' a measle.
The late rains helped out the loggers
on Tide Creek wonderfully, so Edwin
Merrill inf or liis Us.
Quite a jiumber of Portland tiedple
are purchasing lots or Captain II tz. Ca
ples in Columbia City. i
Messrs. Cushman and Bishop talk of
soon moving to the Yakima to enaire
in the io2ri5in: business.
Mr. J. M. Divin was on of the
Kiniid victims. He has a daughter of
considerable poetic ability.
Mr. irank McNulty hs returned on
a visit, irank, is looking nne as ever,
.tnd improves all the time
Major Adam has new stove in the
orintins olSce. the Bonanza. It heats
up the room like a charm.
Tom.. Welles is just making every
thiiiif shine around Enoh ShintaflTer's
saloon. Tom. is a fine mechanic.
Mr. Wiiliam Wolf was in town Tues-
lay, and purchased a lot of fine cows for
his splendid ranch on Sauvie's Island.
Mr. Hiram Van Blaracom, mail car
rier, says there is as much snow as ever
on the Mountains, but it is settled some.
Mrs. Otto Godkiu and Mrs. George
Frantz w;ero in St. Helen on Monday,
also Mrs. Semp!e and Miss Turner.
Edward T. Christie, aged not quite twft
years, i? dead. He is a grandson of G.
W. Ragin; He died with some lung dis
ease, Mrs. Joseph Copeland is at her
daughter's, Mrs. Kellogg in Portland,
and receiving medical treatment from
IIf you want a deed, mortgage or
power of attorney executed prorl y,
call rJn F. A Moore, Notary Puolic, St.
Miss Lamb has been visiting the
Muckle family. She is. ait adopted
daughter of Captain Fales. and a very
lautiful young lady.
Rev. Mr. Sellwood will preach here
next Sunday. His sons and Rev. Mr.
Reese used to le intimate in days gone
by in Milwaukie, Oregon.
The crossing of the N. P. R. R. will
le at CofEn's Rock. The durned thiiig,
the Engine, will hello w, give two or three
little coughs, and then it will leave Cof
fin. Some, of the young people were laugh
ing at Elwin Ridley for wearing slippers
to a dance. We think dancing pumps
more appropriate than long gum boots,
though some do not.
j Seattle, Washington Ten,
j March, 18, 1881.
H. H. Warner fc Co. : Sir After
suffering ten years with kidney com
plaint I made use of your Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure, was cured, and have
never had the least symptoms of the
disease sine H. Patrick.
: , Ment is -.- m.-r.yrjr sjp tv- :r
, Cwn.-fi 9iup. lMjt;i-biirr.l i . -': " ,
t? i:'f 5t :rz;:Mi nrcfe.:fls t;ta. Z .. r,
A-lirrftcfm tfc,,?tMT.i npFT atxl Atnrii- 4U
HtAK. .Ail fcifjrtji tot nort;nr ImUmoiM w !
JOSEFM C. CRUCDetCO.,
'712 P-r?:rtft. Wzi'lzV,- r
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Third Door from the Corner or
iliver & Tu ilitia Ktrecln,
Sr. Hklso, ifiwvox.
Tr tfOch tlir-.is UU uHm' term ft .,r..l ..f .
3d. 18! in 1 Itf.. Nu. 7 Scat o si isay On.
i u iia. imirtt m m .Mrcti - tli. with
t triii anJ ata! of c rtif!cat.-. Al!rm
W. 11. Ul'KL.Nl CWk.
? 9. Il!cn, Oietfwu, March 7t!i. Ks'i
' A ROYAL CEHTLEMAH,
BvJrix;EToe:aEK,auth..rof "A F.kI'h T5 rr I,"
J liricla WMvrat Straw," " Ti?n ami Thbtln..
' The Invisible Emph-e." etc., cIh.v. inif tlir tvj I
cal yinu.i S'.ithornT tvfrf, mirinj uu I inc
the war, together with hisr.LiH n-, ncn.inalf jm
Titicn.1 aijJ with-th- tyjib?il lave (Jii.i. .f
bwiuty. int;ifcnca an i tuh q-.ient reflnoinrnt.
A tJiriiliu: 8try. Aii iutorestin i L'n J
Tom's Cal. in," but m int TH.Jy rervl. Lh k
12 uio 'f 'V-l pai'.'B, an. I XG fu'I illa.itrti nk.
l'rice, S2..r0, lj Iv mibncripti .n.
i ' 'Agents Wutl.
I AiMrtw A. L. liancruft it Cu. 1721 Markt
rjireft, run rrnnewc-j. . u30ail0
Xotlcc for Publication.
j U. S. Land Oxricc, )
j March 3., 182. J
I Xoticilj herebj Rivpnth-kt tho follow in-naial
wcttlir hw fikfl noticv of hi iiittuti ti t mak
Hnal prMf in aupiMirt of bU cLiim, an I that tall
lroof will ! maie lfure the County Clu-k f
Ciluinliia Co. at St. ileletih, )jnf on Tumtlay
April 11th, 1SS2. viz: David F. lialer Hotur
Htcad A)jlication No. l'Al'2 forth X. W. of
S. E. N. K. t of a. W. i Stc. 4 T. 4 S. H. I
I ilamtVthe following witnossc to provpia
c ntiiiii nw rei IcDce ujiou, alui cultivati- n (,
Hai 1 Un J, viz:
f 1. D. Vaiijilarinn.ir Verhoni. Ctlnmbi.iC. Or
T. 1 1 . jLa,iii.i r, .f
Si l. h'hliv( of
Ju'Ihuu Wcc-d, . of
. ravD!er Hom-wtead Application
X. 4rm i'jr the 8. 11. i Sc. 32 T. 5 N. it- 4 W .
lie names the fllowin wituessa U pnve hi.f
Rimtin-iouti reuMence uion aud ctiltivatin of,
H.IJ laif viz:
Davi t V. .Vaker, of Vcrnoai;s Columbia C. Or.
H. D. VaqMaricoin, of " " . "
S. t). 8h ;elev. of "
ju.J.m wAid, of "
! A ' ; 1 T. -BARIX, KesiVter.
Proposals fr Fresh Beef Mutfof
I iiiid Flour.
Sut a'stence Office,Depaitmnt of the Coiuni.ia, .
VANCocvEKllAtfKACKS, W. T., March 1, 1NS.
KA LED ritOKOS i.s, m tripliciite, subject
to the lutual condlition will le rociive at thU
olEcennd at oltAx-J of the Actin A Mutant
CojnHiWiari-8 of SubM9J(?trtAl following'
uaiia'ti iut (for th n v.uni neeJ iii'we
luivti. oiilvl until Y2 t'c!:W. tuxiiL ou WwiNtfy
April 12, at which ti.ns an 1 p!aci-HjUi5jr
ii i . i t - .. . . r i J . t ti-
niohiiit; antl delivery of Frewh Beef and Mutton
d.u iiij,' the year comuiencint: July 1, 18.S2:
lioine Barrackn, I. T. ; FoA Canbv. VV. T. ;
Foit Canir'd' Alene, I. T.; Fort Colville, W.T.;
Foit Klamath, Orcj;.; Fort Lap wai, 1. T.; Camp
Srw.kaiie, W. T.; Fort Tnwiwtul W. T.; Van
couver J.arrackB, NV.T.; Fort Walla. Walla, W.T.
Also for th delivery of the following amount
of Fioun-lloiHtf lianackrt, I. T., .2UolK jKHiniU;
FoitCanby, W. T., 13420 nund; Fort Ciur
d'Alene, I. T., 53'JOS ioiinds; Fort OoJville,
W.! T., 4071W jmuiidd; Fort Klamath, tht., lifi
.rM Nunlrt; Fort Lap wai, I. T., 10731 1 tHund;
Camp Sxkanti. W. T.f 3.'JC7 toundrt: Fort
TownHtnd,lV. TvtpTlHrf incUVr l'ar
rack, W. T., 40278 iKund; Fort Walla Walla,
W. T.f 9212 iound.
Sample of the Flour, Xn,, lea. than two
poundwj pnioel to be furnished, mnt le sub
mittal with the prop.alg. The Flour to 1 tc-a-ted
by baking before acceptance. ProjMtna'.i for
quantities of Flour less than than the whole re
quired will be received. The government re
serves the l ight to reject any or all proposal.
blank proioala aftd printed circular atating
the kind of Beef, Mutton and Flour required at
win )' i:L-ii-"' i in tne iirtjsenu i uii ifin mr iiir-
each poet, ami pvmjr ruu iriMtrucUonft as to the
manner of bidding, condition to b observed- br
bidders, and terirs of contract and payment, will
be furnished on application to this office, or th
Acting Assistant Coaim wearies of SulwiatencCat
th ! various ponts named.
Ilnvelnpes containing propoals should b
marked " Proposals for at ," and ad-
drefwed-to the underbfcned or to the reHpective
Actinz'AasMtant Comniaarie of SulMintetHTe.
SAM'L.T. CUSIIING, Capt. & C. 8., U. S. A.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF TUB
STATE OF OREGON $Gt .COLUMBIA
COUNTY. IN PROBATE.
In the Matter of the Entate of James McBrida
Notice is hereby given that Ceo. W. McBride
the Adminwtrator of the entate of James Mc
Bride, deceased, ha filed in said Court his final
account of his administration of aid estate, and
that Tuenday the 4th. day of April A. D. 182,
ha been duly appointed by the Judge of naid
Court for the hearing of objections to such final
account and the settiemeut thereof. Dated this
FebL15th. 1882. Attest '
EUGENE SEMPLE, Clerk of said Court,
j GEO. W. McBRIDE, Administrator.
IN Tnl3 COUNTY COURT OF TnS
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY
OF COLUMBIA. IN PROBATE.
In the Matter of the Estate of Mahal Mc
Bride, Deceased. ,
Nottce i hereby given that Geo. W. McBride
the Executor of the Estate of Mahala McBride,
deceased, has filed in said Court his final ac
count of his execution of said trust, and that
Tuesday the 4th. dav of April, A. V. 1882. has
been duly appointed by the Judge of said Court
for the hearing of objections to such final ac
count account and the settlement thereof.
Dated this 15th. day of Feb. 1882.
EUGENE SEMPLE, Clerk of saM Court.
GEO. W. MoRRIDE, Executor.