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E. G. ADAMS. Editor & Proprietor.
James G. Plain e,
John A. Logan,
G rover Cleveland,
Of New York.
For Vice-President, i
Thomas Ar Hendricks,
To the Stockholders of the X. P.
. Aly direction of your affairs became
the object of much unjust criticism, and
ven of abuse toward its dose. I
deemed it best in your interest, and
most in accordance with self respect to
ay notliing further upon my retirement
from the Presidency, in justileation of
' my management, than wljat had already
been said to you in my annuii reports
for the years 1KS1-S2 and 1SS2-S3.
The proper time seems, to Lave arrived
however, for submitting to you auother
review of my labors in your behalf, to
gether" with some special explanations
t the causes that led to the disapoint
jnents of my administration.
Upon oy accession to the Presidency
evtrry agency and every resource at my
command were at once employed to car
ry out, with the utmost energy and the
loakt loss of time, the general programme
in pursuance cf which I had sought and
obtained a controlling interest in the
stock of the company. This programme
To complete the main line across the
continent to the Columbia river with all
To isecure for the company the exclu
hvc1 command of the traffic of the North
Pacific Oast that is, of Oregon, Wash
ington Territory; Uritish Columbia, and
To insure the quick development of
the territory tributary to the Northern
Pacilic, to build up ocal traffic, prevent
encroachments upon it by rival interests,
and promise the sale and settlement of
the company's lands by the construction
of a well devised system of branch lines.
To obtain for the company the advan
tages of independent lines from the main
line into the cities of Minneapolis and
St. Paul, and from these cities to Mil
waukee and Chicago.
To provide proper terminal facilities,
ample to meet present and future traffic
requirements at the eastern as well as
the western end of the new transconti
The task imposed upon me under this
.programme, was a vast and most difficult
Ic meant for me a load of respon-
jsibility, cure and anxiety such as I Le
slie vc few men have ever borne in this
country. It involved the building of an
aggregate of 2000 unlet of railroad, with
jill the appurtenances, carried on simul
tanionsly in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Da
kota, Montana, Oregon and Washington
, Territory, and of a large fleet of ocean
steamers. It necessitated the raising of
not far from one hundred and twenty
five millions 'of dollars of actual money.
Tnere was work enough for a generation
but, with the aid of my able and faith-
al assistants, it was accomplished near
ly all in less than four years. Chronicle.
The Ffunder brothers of this city,
headed by ur famous chemist, have a
piece of land a few miles back of St.
Helens that will yet prove more prolific
in wealth than anything in the Cceur
d'Alene region. They have been exper
imenting with it and have produced a
splendid paint. Some of it has been
burnt and other portions used raw and
the colors and covering properties when
mixed with oil are found to be &3 good
-a? any paint of commerce. They also
find that tho land is rich in other min
als, uch as iron silver and manganese.
Simples have Wen assayed and the val
ue of the find fully demonstrated. There
can le no doubt that we have in the
rarth within easy reach of Portland thafc
will be tar more valuable in the end
than all the gold mines that have pro
duced so great excitement for a time
and then die out. It is the intention of
.the owners of this land to further pros-
r?cute their investigations and all Port
land will rejoice it they find " millions
ju it"-. Telegram,
F.less one ! this I ip-bun
Within the brief space of a y.ar rail
way facilities have leen given the North
west that but a few years ago would
have been looked upon as w'ld and Im
aginary dreams had any one been far
sighted enough to have mad the asser
tion. Young men never dreamed of see
ing a diredt line from our very doorway
on the Pacific to the docks at Portland,
Maine, on the Atlantic. Yet one of
these has been completed and another
will soon be asking a share of traffic.
B. CampWll, General Agent of the Ore
gon Short Line, left Minneapolis yester
day for this city for the purpose of estab
lishing headquarters of that line here in
Portland. The road will be in operation
in a short time.
Fro.n a railroader who has been over
the Kalauia branch of the N. P. we
learn that ic is in excellent condition,
and will be one of the pleasantest "runs"
along the line of the road. The pon
toons aro so arranged as to be easily and
quickly Jnianajjed, Vhile th monster
transfer boat is waiting, like a racer on
tho course, for the word "go" to bo giv
.cn. The Northern Pacific are wise in
thus completing and equiping their lines
as no trans-continental road could work
successfully or satisfactory if compelled
to depend upon water routes for commu
nication or transfer of freight and pass
engers. Tuesday the special train of the Field
party was brought across the Columbia
on the transfer boat and came on to this
city over the Hunter's Point branch.
The E. N. Cook went clown from this
city and transferred the passengers,
while the inclines and steamer Tacoma
were employed for the first time in the
transfer of cars. Everything worked
like a charm, and the transfer was quick
ly and satisfactorily made.
The monster transfer boat Tacoma
was taken down the rivor Friday and is
in readiness to go into active service be
tween Hnnter's Point and Kalauia. It
is reported the Kalama branch will be
opened with a grand excursion on Fri
day in which event hundreds from this
city will avail themselves of the delight
ful ride and witless the workings of the
inclines and monster transfer boat.
As the Northern Pacific Railway Co.
is desirous of having everything in first
class order for the grand opening dav of
the Hunter's Point Division north from
this city, the day for general opening of
regular business has been postponed to
Wednesday, October 1. By that time
everv feature will be complete, and pon
toons and transfer facilities in accurate
A force of woodsmen have been put
on the line of survey of the Ilwaco and
Shoalwater Bay Railroad, and are clear
ing it of brush and tinber, preparatory
for the work of grading, which from re
port will be very light work. Although
the season is far advanced it is the in
tention of the contractor to push it for
warl as rapidly as possible regardless of
wind or weather. Chronicle.
The Portland firm of Weilder & Ord
way have a narrow gauge railroad in op
eration from Oak Point, on the Colum
bia river, leading back into one of the
finest forests in Washington Territory.
Ten miles above the Brock log railway
is also in operation. The Columbia
River Lumber Company are construct
ing a road from Bugby's hole, on the
Oregon side of the Columbia river,
twenty-seven miles above Astoria into
an excellently timbered district. This
is a corporation organized under the laws
of New Jersey. Hamilton Disston, of
that state, is president, and A. P. An
kney manager. Olympic Transcript.
A very pleasant reception was given
to Mr. Thomas Hill and Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Hill, at the residence of Mr. A.
Smith, No. 3G0 Twelfth St. Tuesday eve
ning. About fifty people of aitistic and
musical tastes were present, and a very
pleasant evening was spent in company
with the favorite painters of Yosemite
scenery. Messrs. Morse and Brunker
sang and Miss Anna Parrish presided at
the Piano. Mr. Hill, with his son Ed
ward and wife, start for the Yosemite
via the O. and C. R. R. Thursday morn
ing. The depot being erected for the. use
of the N. P. R. R. at the corner of G
and Front streets, ie being pushed rapid
ly towards completion. The roof is now
shingbni and the rustic is nearly all on,
while inside the carpenters aro laying
the floor. It is a neat one story struct
ure and has a wide covered porch on all
sides. Though not remarkable in point
of size, it will doubtless answer its pur
pose till the erection of the long talked
of union depot.
The cost of the construction and equip
ment of tho Northern Paeifie under Mr.
Villard was $39,057,656 98 or 90 per
cent, more than the estimates of the
work at the beginning,
The new ferryboat, Tacoma, made the
i trip from Albina to Hunter'? Point
i where she. is now lyiug. in two and a
. half hours. Telegram
On Saturday last Sept. 5th a very
sad Occident accurred in the neighbor
hood of Kalama, in which a young man
by the nane of Hugle. was shot and se
riously injured. It teems that two
brothers named . Hugle had gone into
the woods hunting. , They separated in
the brush agreeing :o meet at a certain
point not far distant. While thus apart
and nr ar the point of meeting one of the
brothers mistook the other for a bear, as
the latter was stealing through the brush
after some pheasants, and fired at him
with a rifle. The ball struck the poor
fellow in the right thigh, passing through
tho limh and took effect in the other
limb just below the knee, breaking both
bones. The other brother was thunder
struck when he realized what he had
done. ' But lie had carried the wounded
man two miles, when a wagon was pro
cured and he was brought to Kalama
and placed on the boat for Portland, to.
be taken to St. Vincent's hospital. It
is thought the young man will lose his
left limb at the knee. Both of theraen
have been living about four miles from
Mr. Eugene Sem pie, of Lucia Mills,
chartered the steamboat Westport Sept.
7th, and gave a number of his friends
an excursion to Multnomah Falls. Mr.
Semple made the most generous and am
ple provision in every respect tor the
successful entertainment of his guests,
and played the part of mine host in a
most agreeable and acomplished manner.
As the boat neared its destination, the
delihied recipients of Mr. Semple's hos
pitality assembled in the cabin, elected
Mr. Chas F. West Chairman, who brief
ly stated that, " the objectof the meet
ing was to make suitable acknowledge
ment of the complement implied by Mr.
Semple's hospitality on this occasion."
Appropriate resolutions were unanimous
ly adopted and neatly responded to by
Mr. Semple. A lack of space precludes
the possibility of an adequate report of
the affair, but it is sufficient to say that
all present will have kindly recollections
of their host for some time to come,
Old Dick Ouyh, who came to Clark
county in the time of thtj Hudson Bay
Company and who has lived here ever
since, died a few days ago at his home
in the eastern part of the county. At
the time of his death he was over 90
years of age.
On Tuesday Misses Lulu and Bertha
Ranck, of this city departed for Seattle
to enter school at the Territorial Uni
versity." Their many friends here wish
them success in their studies.
The wife of Arthur Quig'ey died on
Saturday evening last and the funeral
took place Monday. The Register. Sept.
Congress has voted 300,000 in order
to make a fine display of the govern
ment exhibifs at the World's Fixposition
next winter. Some of the departments
had only a rudimentary collection at the
time of the Centennial at Philadelphia
These cellections have been increased
ten-fold since then, and will be opened
at New Orleans in line order. The
United States geological survey will fur
nished a fine exhibits of minerals, ores
and rocks from the states and territo
ries. It has a collection of interesting
fossil animals and plants now extinct.
It has models of extinct volcanoes,
the Grand Canon of Colorado, Yosemite
Valley and tho National Park. It has
plans of the Comstock and other great
mines of the country. To describe the
specimens representing the life of for
mer ages, fishes, reptiles, gigantic quad
rupeds, now extinct, shell fish that have
lived in ancient geological periods, would
require a large volume. Sunday Ga
zette. Ne Yonrc, Sept 12, Special.
Sitting Bull, the famous Sioux chief, ac
companied by several followers, arrived
from Standing Rock agency yesterday.
On tlie appearance of strangers the In
dians at once drew silent and dignified.
They made an impressive appearance,
being tall and strongly made, and have
large heads. Silting Dull wore a calico
shirt, blue trousers with white stripes,
beadwork leggings and moccasins and a
heavy head dress of otter t kin. ' The
crucifix given him by the priest at Stand
ing Rock he wears all the while. Th
other braves wore mnch the same attire
some having great daubs of vermillion
paint on their faces.
Sitting Bull's wife was busy making
bead imbroidery and earings two feet
long, composed of fish bones strung to
gether, Most of the journalists make,
all manner of fun over them. Telegram.
As five young men were returning
from a duck hunt down the Kalama
branch last Sunday evening on a hand
car they met an engine running about
fifteen miles an hour, on a curve near
tho race track. They all jumped from
the car just; as the encine struck it. The
hand car was " all broke up" when thay
recovered sufficiently Jo examine it
. A Band of Hope was organized at
Brooklyn Sunday, by Mrs. Will C. King
Miss Mary Kern was chosen President,
THE ART AMATEUR,
23 Union Squaiie, New York.
The Art Amateur for September
contains two pleasing designs for screens
panels (hop ami morning glories), flo
ral and conventional designs for tiles, a
horse chestnut design for hammered
brasswork, South Kensington embroi
dery designs for tea cosy and bellows
(jassamine and camellia) and some
charming decorative figures after Rubens
and Boucher. Among the notable ar
ticles are those on "Greuze, "the
"American Art Club at Munich," the
" Modern Home," with special refer
ence to the boudoir, and the Typical
American House." An article on A
merican Art by the famous German pro
fessor, Fr. Pecht, will be read with in
terest Montezumas's " Note Book"
bristles with curious fact about counter
feit bric-a brae and pictures ; the " Dra
matic Feuilleton" and the Boston letter
are specially readible, and the practical
department are all admirably filled The
number is one. that no art lover should
fail to examine. Price 35 cents. Mon
tague Marks, publisher, 23 Union
Square, New York.
THE WORLD OF AGRICULTURE.
The. Agricultural World, one of
the best, if not the best, farm papers of
its class, is making a great succpss of he
plan inaugurated by its editor a few
years ago. This plan is nothing less than
the giving of exhaustive articles by the
best writers on agriculture in all the
countries of the world. The articles from
the different States and Territories of
our own country are particularly enter
taining and instructive. Judge Par
rish's articles on " The Farmer's relation
to Law" are alone worth the pri'ie of the
paper. Judge Parrish, who is one of
the ablest Judges and lecturers in the
West, will soon leave for tho South,
with the view of supplying the paper
with a series of articles on tho agricultu
ral features of tha; section. Tlnsjour
ual also has a fine household department
which makes it particularly attractive to
lady readers. The price of the Agri
cultural WorLd (now in its tenth year)
is only One Dollar per annum(26 num
bers). In clubs of five, 80 eents each.
Six months, 60 cents ; three months. 40
cents. Sample copies, six cents. Two
cent postage stamps received on sub
scription. Address Agricultural
World, Grand Rapids, Mich.
A Creditable Publication.
The Seplemler number of the Port
land (Or.) lVet Shore is, without ex
ception, the handsomest and largest ever
published of that interesting periodical.
Although now nearly ten years old, it
improves with every issue, and those
not acquainted with its immense circula
tion aro surprised that so excellent a
magazine can be published for $2 per
annum. The current number is largely
devoted to British Columbia and its re
scources. The descriptive articles are
carefully prepared and exhaustive, and
the fifty two illustrations are original
and artistically executed in a style which
cannot be surpassed, anywhere. It ma'
be safely said that never before lias
British Columbia had its magnificent
rescources so advantageously and ad
mirably set forth. The number also
contains interestini; miscellany, a valua
Me article on the " Discovery of the
Rocky Mountains," and a continuation
of Newton 11. Chittenden's explorations
of Queen Charlotte Islands.
Our National War Songs.
We have just received from tho pub
Ushers, S. Brainard's Sous, 13G S'ate St,
Chicago, an elegant book of 1G5 pages
of our ff.mcus War Songs, full sheet
music size, words, music and piano or
organ accompany tuent complete. No
such eomplete collection has ever before
been issued, and in sheet music form
would cost over $25. It has a title in
five brilliant colors representing one of
the-most aotlve engagements tluring the
battle of Gettysburg, alone worth the
price of the book. Best selling book of
the season for Music Dealers, Book Sel
lers and News Agents. The complete
work for introduction, until further no
tice, will be mailed pot-paid to and ad
dress for 90 cents. Address the pub
lishers. S. Brainard's Sons.
130 State St, Chicago.
Name this paper
Of our Veloved ones are always treasures.
We should iwver delay in securing them
while we can ; and to those of our readers
who visit Portland, we would say, do
not return without visiting the San
Francisco Gallery, s. w. eomer
First and Morrison streets, and getting
your photographs taken, you may not
have another opportunity to secure a
perfect likeness and a highly finished
picture. Most centrally located.
George Dorris and Eaton have a large
force of men employed in cutti.-g brush
from the Holladay property in East
Portland for the Government break
water near Sau vieV Island Chronicle.
Editor Columbian As I am about
to start on my old route again as a Ped
dler of Fruits and Vegetables, I thought
the best "Ad" for me ras to drop you a
few lines. My Route will be from Lew
is River or St Helens to points as low
down the river as profitable and I shall
endeavor to sell as cheap as any one for
cash,as I buy my goods for cash and am
not obliged to get them otherwise. It
It has )een said that I do not get my
things by fair means, I say I tlo and
I have traveled this river for 14 years
and am btill able to do so without doubt
of houesty or fear of impeachment, and
I have sold a letter article in my line
than any one on the river in the same
business-for tho last 14 years and done
so by harder pulling than any other man
will or ever can again and I now ask the
people of my route to watch and see
what I will do again.
Hapgood Landing, Aug. 30th. 'Si.
Napavine, W. T. Sept. 12th. 1884..
Maj. E. G. Adams Bear Sir: Our
son Charley had an encounter with a
black bear last Sunday. Mrs. Young
ard myself were loth absent at Mr. Han
cock's. The bear came to the back gate
and Charley and the little dog Zack
Moore drove him away about 15 roods
and treed him up a crab-apple tree. We
have our house nearly finished and are
building a barn 30x40. The farmers
have lost some grain by the recent rains
the grain not being stacked. We are
having a trm of school of G months in
oar district. Our son Charley and
d lughter Ottie attend regularly, rain or
shine. We have a lady by ; the name of
Miss Smith for teacher from WinWk,
a id she gives perfect satisfaction. Resp.
to yourself and family.
Wm, If. it H. C. Young.
Columbia Citv, Sept 14, '84.
Editor Columbian Columbia City
was enlivened today by quite an excit
ing wrestling match for the champion
ship of the city. The contestants were
Prof. B. S. Council and Prof. J. D.
Wharton, two falls in three, side holds.
Prof. Council weighs 185 pound., Prof.
Wharton 134. All the sporting men of
the city were present and there were
sume small bets generally in favor of the
large man. Prof. Wharton eas'ly won
the match and is now proudly wearing
A Boy's Rest Friend is His
This song and chorus is only the most
popular Vio Song of the day, but one
of the most beautiful in melody, words
sentiment Like " Home Sweet Home"
ic will always find a welcome. Boys
send for it. Mailed postpaid for 40
cents in money or stamps. Be ure to
order this song as composed by Ben
Williams, beiii" the onlv correct edition.
Music dealers and teachers should order.
Address, S. Brainard's Sons.
13G State St., Chicago.
Name this piper. j
We have received the Lives of Blaine
and Logan by Bueil. It is finely illus
trated and a splendid book every way.
It is published by N. D. Thompson tfc Co.
New York Jc St. Louis, j Buel was as
sisted by Whitman, Editor of Kennebec
Journal and also byMr. Blaine's Piivate
Secretary in the preparation of the vol
ume which makes it authentic.
We have received D. W. Prentice it
Co:s. Mmizal and Home Journal for
Septemler It contains instructive and a
musing prose besides the following music:
Down Where the Daisie Grow," song
and chorus; " Early Morning March,"
and Birds of Spring."
AH for 10 cents, or 75 cents per year,
107 First Street, Portland, Oregon. .
"SECURE THE SHADOW"
Ere the substanco fade, and when you
visit Portland, make it a ; part of your
busiues to call on W. H.Towne, at the
San Francisco Gallery, s. w.
corner First and Morrison streets, and
have your photograph taken i i tho high
est style of art. I
'We have received a ; finely printed
paper called The Business College Jour
nal. Typographically it is a splendid
specimen of art, and its contents are en
tertaining and instructive. One of the
teachers in the College formerly taught
penmanship in St Helen, and gave great
Send 10 cents for our TJlaine and Lo
gan Songster. M usic, book and newH
dealers should order this edition. Ad
dress, S. Brainard's Sons,
136 State! St, Chicago.
Name this paper. i' .
The East Oregonian says: A. L. Cof
fey intends to engage quite extensively
in grape culture on his farm near Echo.
He will doubtless have many imitators
in a few years as there is little doubt
that that section of the country is admi
rably adapted to the cultivation of the
v ine, !
The Muckles liad'a big chunk of meat
and saw Major Adams have a bone, and
were so anxious to get away his hone,
they dropped their meat, and didn't get
his lone, but lost their meat; they neg
lected their mill business to get a few
subscribers in Nehalem and Clatsk&nie,
and now feel mad enough with them
selves to kick themselves all over the
We have received the New Orleans
Bulletin, the paper devoted to the inter
ests of the Exposition. It is magnificent
ly printed and full of fint-class matter.
Le t the far West rally to the South's help
in this great Exposition. We shall want
the next exposition at San Francisco ; a
matter Mr. Boruck, editor of the Califor
nia ,SiVt of the Times so ably advo
.Clarence Garrison wishes to sell a
hundred acres off of his place, the part
adjoining the Milton claim This will
be a good bargain for any one that has
a little money. It is handy to town,
handy to the county road, handy to nav-
tnli,n awA fli ran nlsn !i99 n. mill nriv-
ilege, and is good land.1
Mrs. Abe Neer and babe were at
Blakesley's hotel on Tuesday. Her
mother Mrs. Fowler and grandmother,
Mrs. Forbes accompanied her. The babe
was well mothered, having- mother,
grandmother, and great-grandmother
for a body-guard. She W?ars the name
of Mary Elizabeth.
Mr. Lin Sliiutaff.r has been at work
down at Hunter's on the R. R. He
says the track over the lowlands will
have to be raised from thiee to five feet
for three miles, that 403 men will be
put on' this week, and that the pontoons
aro not yet placed in position.
Rev. Mr. Brown was r refugee during
the War, and his father, a Union man,
having killed a rebel guerilla Captain by
the name of Simon Rudolph, had to
leave his home, and keep inside, the
Union lines. He is now living in Tex
as, and over 70 years of age.
Mr. J. W. Campbell has turned hon
est granger, and been helping Mr. Aaron
Broylet liar est for a few days. He
killed a bear in Mr. Broylcs' orchard on
Tuesday night His numerous friends
will be glad to hear his sight has im
proved. We met Chandler Huntington on
Tuesday. His son Noyes is married
and has a voung dau-ht -r or rather his
wife has, Mrs. Htbbard, a daughter,
li vis at A!&n:da, CoTifcini:, (i:d Delia
another daughter, is there attending
Mr. N. C. Dale, County Clerk, hus
had his right eve removed in Portland.
He was afraid he would lose both his
eyes. He appears to have sustained the
awful ordeal with philosophic fortitude.
A Dr. Brown performed the operation.
There will be a granJ torch li.'ht pro
cession on the 24th of Sept in Portland
in honor of Blaine and Logan. The
Joseph Kellogg will leave here at 9 A. II.
and Ntill earlier Columbia City. There
will be only half fare charged.
A sister of Rosa Ililderbrand has be n
stopping at Mr. J. T. McNulty's. This
Udy is well off, and will give Rosa three
years' sohooling at tho best 'choo!s in
Portland, if she will embrace the oppor
tunity to get a good education.
The Directors of Fein 1 I' irict X.i. 11, Co-luuili.-.i
Co. (ivin will rc.;.v; 1 i U in til the
2ut. i-f Au it'A. I . I"--! fr fin ni.-liiii'; of uia
ttiiil :iut ill? litii tiiiiif : M'ii-M'i-li'ius.', collec
tively ii-? :riii the rilit --f i ny or ail
Li-li. ly mUT of tin- II :ii-!.
; liu:i W. llcoWN, r-trict CKrk.
t-a.l!ans and .Hcis:eati'is i:uy be fcsn at.tbe
l'ortt OuiiM at Cvj'r.uun: Uiy.
I.VNO OlTICK AT V.wcorvKii, W. T.
J Hcj.t. uili-i- loth. 18S4.
Notice is hTcly jrivt-n v.-.i tii? foll.iw in
nainet settloi s h; e Ma! n.itio.; of ii- intention
tiimake tinal pfO'if m Hiijjort oi t'l.irciiiiiU''. mul
that iiidirof w illWu-iiimic !..-i"i-.- t'i. .1 '.s.ltMif the
l'robate Court nt iCulii:iii. Wu-.!i. uu Tues
day, Movenibcv -1th. S4, vi:
lioviis i.-:i:. H.mi.tei I Aiplicitnn No.
4010. for the W h of .South !-;.m: n I Kust J
of South NVe-t $ of .--c. 10, Tj. 10 X., it 3 W.,
and nami'" the following w i jji'sm s to prove his
continuous n.';d'ice upon, and rullisuiion of,
said land, vi.: L. J. Ciavt. S. U. llo.'ers,
'lltoinan K. Jiocr, and John U. Hartley, all of
Little r'alU, Lewis Co. W. T.
Benjamin V. Cut tit Jtoiu -it'j.v 1 Application
No. 4011 for the South Kast of North Wet I
and Lots 3and 4. of .See. 4. Tp. 10 10 X. li. 3. W.
an I names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous roidfiico upon, and cultivation of
Maid land, viz: L. J. Cravat, S. H. Kofers, Thom
as K. Jtoyers, and John U. Hartley, all of Little
Falls. LewU Co. W. T.
Alice Laughlin. widow of Silaa LaiiRlilin, de
ceased, Hontestea I Application No. 401:1, for the
.South Went J of North lst $and LoU 1 and 'I,
of Sec. 4, Tp. 10 N. It. 3 W. and names the
following witnesses to prove her continuous res
idence upon and cultivation of 8aid land, vu:
L. J. Crivat, S. H. llo-eia, Thomas E. Rogers,
and John U. Hartley, all of Little Fall, Lewis
Co. W. T.
Alice Ferrier, Homestead Application No.
5233, for the South West of North Vet i ami
North WebtJ of South West i of Sec. 4, Tp. 10
N. It. 3 W. und name the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land viz: L. J. Cravat, S.H. Kogrs,
Thomas E. ltogers, and John U. Hartley, all of
Little Falls, LewU Co. W. T.
FKKD. W. SPARLING RUito.
Piano for galo
For particulars inquire tf
Mrs. 5. E. Giltner, St Helen
Notice for Publication.
LAxrOrncK at Ohecox Crrr. Oio,n.
A,, 27th, i4.
Notice 14 hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of hi intention td
make final proof in support of Lis claim, an I
that said proof will be made before the Comity
Clerk of Columbia County
at St. Helen, Oregon, on Thursday, Oct. liJlK'-j
viz: John Vanbhuicom, HouietU-.-vl L'ntiy No'
377ii fr the N. A cf S. W. i of sc. li T. 5 N
i:. 4 w.
II j na nis the folV.vin? witn44 t pmv l.i
C nuinuous residence upon, aud cultivation .f
said land, viz: '
I of in h Ktnkle or nt. Helen. S. I). Shnbv
W. VanbJarieom, and I). F. liaker of Vemj.
t, all of Columbia Count-. Oieou.
L. T. UAlil.N, lighter.
BLAINE & LOGrAH,
1884. AGENTS V NTED, 1884.
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BK1LL1ANT AND FUOFJTAIll.K TO AG KJ"TS. Ad('re;
A. D. Thompsos It Co., Publishers,
St. Locis,, Mo., ou Nkw Yoke City.
In the County Court for Columbia County,
State of Oregon.
Arthur McCraw, Plaintiff,
J. W. Fox and J. Tow, Defendants
To J. W. Fox and J. Tow, Defendants.
In the name of the State of Oregon you anJ
each of you, are hereby notified that said iiJain
titf has commenced an action against you in the
above entitled Court and cause. That ai I ac
tion is brought for t lid Sum of One Hundred an 1
Six Dollars mid interest and costs as played foi
in the complaint on tile therein. An t you ar:
hereby summonot to appear and answer said
complaint by the 1st. day of the term of theiaUI
Court next loliouing the expiration of sixreeks '
publication of this summons, to wit: by th 1st
day of September ISM: aiu if you fail to so up
pear judgnnnt will be takm against you iu ac
coidance with the prayer of saul c uupluiut.
Thi summons is published by order of
the Hon. F. A. iVloore, Jude of aiJ
Court mrv-ls ou the 2Gth. day of June, 1;;4.
W. It. Dillard,
Attorney for i'Luiiuj
In the County Court for Colnr.i1.ia County,
Itaie of Oregon.
Nathan '1 ingle, r.'aintifl,
J. W. Fox and J. Tow, Defendant.
To J. W. Fox and J. Tow, lMeu.di.uis.
In the jiame of the Stats of Ongi u you.'anj
each of you, are hiivby iioiiiied that xi.l plaiii.
tilf has coooiit iiced an action against you in tie
above entitled Com t and tar.se. 'Uiat s.u t iu-.
tion u brought for thj xuui .f Three Miu.dn d
and Forty live &. July lumditdll, l.'olhu. mid
interest and costs a. prayed for iu the e m Ji-.n;
on tile then in. And you are hereby re pored ij
appear and uns.vt r fi I complaint lylliolhl.
day of the t.riu of aid Court next fyllouiu,' tie
f))iiT.li. n of mx weeks' public.-'.', ion of Uiij sum
mons, to v. it: by the 1st. day of September b';t4.
lH if you fail to tut appear judgment will ,i
ti.htn itg.uiii-i you iii accoidanoc wtth.the l rayei
of Mii I coruplaint.
This Summons is published !r order of th
Hon. F. A. Moor. Judge of s: i.l Co ;:t, mad-i
ou the 20. h. i!ay of June 1!?:!.
V. II. I'ilh-.id
Ally, for i'laint.tf.
Send MX. cents
I for taxe, an i
ve Irer, a
tly box of
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thing else in this world. All, of lither Jt -x, bue-c-tct
from first hour. The broad road to fort una
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once addrtns Tut'K ii Co., Augusta, Elaine.
Notice for Publication.
Laxi Ofpics at VAXcorvrn, W. T.
August .f.th. 1M4.
Notice is herebj given thatthe fo.low hu'-n;ui: d
settler has kii.fi notice of his intention toiuake
1NAI. ri:oo:-' in suppor t of his cl.iiiu, an t that xaid
proof will be liiuite before the Judge of the Pro.
liate Court at Kalama, Wash. Ter., on Saturday
Sept. Oth, 1SS4, ii: Joseph Much. Additional
Houiostead A pp. icai ion No fOCii, for the Xorth
J of South Fast i of Sec. 4, Tp. 0 N. 1. ltt,.
He names the t'ollotiu. wi m-es to prove hit
continuous residence ujxin, an ! cultivation of
bai I land, vi.:
S. V. Walters,
I sod ore Fallert,
of Kaiam.-v, W . 1.
of ' "
FKF.D.W. SPAltLING, Itecistrr,
Notice fou Publication.
Land Okkick at Vaxcocvi.r, V. T.
Notice is hereby riven that the following.
nmed settler has hied no;ice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, auJ
that said proof will be made before the Jude of
the l'robate Court at Kalama, W. T. Monday,
Sept. 15th. ISM, viz: Klizabeth Westwick. Pre
emption Declara orv Statement No. 030. for
the Lots 1, 2 and 3 of Sec. 4. Tp. 8 N. 11. 4 W. ;
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of
said land, viz:
Penjamiii A. Deetz, of Oak Pomt, W. T. i
John H. Douglas, of " ' I
Pcnjamin Piter on, of . " "
Samuel lawson, of " "
Fit ED. W. SPARLING, Kegister.
NotiC3 For Publication.
Land OrricK at Vaxcoi er, W. T,
September 1st. I CM. j
Notice is hereby given that the following
.tamed settler has filed notice of his inten .
tion to make final proof in support of Lis
claim, an t that said proof will be made befoic
the Jud-re of ihe Probate Court, at Kalanu !
Wash. Ter. en Friday, Octolier 17th, ISM,
viz:James John. (Indian) Homestead Application .
No. 2033.. f,,r the West J of South West i o
Sec. IS, Tp. 8 N, It. 1 W.
He names the follow ins witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva.
tion of eaid land, iz: t
P. W. Crawford, of Vancouver, V. T.
A. P. Spill man, of"' Freepuit "
A. H. KdJin, of
James Wallace. of " "
FltF.D. W. SPA TILING, Register.
Notice for Publication.
Land Onice at Obeoox Citt, Or.
Aug. 14. P4
Notice is hereby given thai the following
named sett er has tiled notice of his intention to
mke final proof in support of hi claim, and
mat sau proot win oe maae Deiore me voumj
Clerk of Columbia County at St.
Helens, Oregon, on Monday, Oct. 2',
1KS4, viz: Thomas Kinney, Hometteiid Kntiy
No. 4073 for the N. K. 1 of Sec. 4 T. C N. IC -
He names the following witnesnes to prove ni
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
G. W. Heath of Columbia City, C. T. Her,
and C. E. McKinister of Neer City, Colmnlus
jo. wregou, ani j. w. iiuoson oi rv.'.'
Cowlitz Co. W. T.
I T. ItAlUN, HeffMsr.