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St. Hslkmi, OoTonsB 21, 1802. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Circuit court has been in session almost two week, and business bit oeen pueuea iy judge McBride ss raplily m possible, yet there 1 b Urge Hiuuut ui Dimness io oome up. On account or to adjourned term to be mini in uiatsop county, commencing net week, the judge hm decided to amount court tomorrow evening; unit eiill a special term, to convene on De- alanMiU.... fa . a mt ... . wni.uci m'iL inera will hA raiui James A. Ray, V Ml.t, made proof !?"S!..?."uPy "bou.u w?' on hie claim befrteths clerk Monday. At :i:Z'tZ." The adjourned term of ths circuit there wero 78 cases on the docket. Of oourt for CluUup county convene on thii number more than one-half have Tumday next. been disposed of, a number of which i - i il.. .i. J were laid over from Juitirn Tavlnr'. Iviceusu to wou wrtu inueu uy nil . . . - . county clerk on October 14, to Cbria- LV' ,ern ") May. Never before In the tine Laraon and 01. Oleaon, !LLibl 7,nJF ibm? " Hllllill M B Villi The public are Invited to wltneee the terra. But Judira McBride nrntinapa cercinomca at tlie achool houae today to clear the docket of all throe long (Friday) at 10 :30 o'clock, pending caiei, that he may in future Dr.W.O.Belt.of Balnlw.U spending Keep up wilh lhe ,e- bu,ileM. a fow day, at the coast. During hi, We are sorry to learn that ex-Coun. baonce I)r. McLaren la in charge of ty Clerk N. 0. Dale haa entirely loit (SUCCESSOR TO 0. at. WIBERQ.) DEALER IN Film BOOTS AMB HEADQUARTERS FOR RUBBER GOODS. NO. 169 FIRST STREET, PORTLAND, - - - OREGON. Manufacturers of and Dealers in ROUGHl- .ARB- DRESSED T?ir and Cedar Lumber. Clear Flooring, Ceiling and Finishing Materia! Constantly on Hand, Clatskanie, - - - Oregon lila practice, Mlii Kittle Moore, formerly of this place but now of Balein, haa been v ti tling friend, and relativea In St. Helena and on Cedar creek fur aoma time. Mr. Charlea Meaerve, of the Oregon City Enterprise, accompanied by Mm Meserve, wa in bi. uuioii lust crt day. On Sunday they left for Clats Vanie to viait Mr. Meaerve'a parent,, Mr. and Mra. W. U. Conyera. N. A. Perry, of Houlton, baa greatly enlarged bia atore ana put In a com C' atock of gent'a furnishing goods, la and shoes and ladies' dreaa goods, all of which he la willing to part with at very low price Tub Mist office baa just received a lance invoice of job printing paper di rect fiom, the wholesale house of Blake, McFall A Co., and are prepared to print letter heads, note and bill bends, euvelnpea, card,, etc, at prices that cannot be duplicated in Portland, In anothor column will be found the ad of Leo Helling, the boot and shoe dealer, of Portland. Mr. Selling haa one of the best selected stock of foot wear, Including a fine line of rubber good,, to be found in the Northwest, and can be relied upon for bargain,. Hi, stock is all now and fresh from the factories. The past ten days been one of bus! lies, and anxiety by many of the peo ple In attendance on tbe circuit court, aacli one anxious to near the outcome of the various important caaea pend Ins:. In moat case there aeema to be very little dissatisfaction in the reault of the contest. W. J. Rice will addrea the Canaan republican club on the political issue of the day next Sunday at their rcgu lar meeting. The chid aa well as all other republicans In that vicinity should turn out and hear him ou these important matters. Diatriol Attorney Barrett I said to be an earnest worker before a grand jury as well as in open court. One of the grand jurors remarked to us the other day that Mr. Barrett could aift the fact, in a case better than aDy et torney he ever aaw. No doubt but some of the accused think the aame way. The district attorney that will do his duty is a valuable servant to hi tionatituency. Already in Colorado, and as far east as the Knntai line, people are au tier ing from tbe cold weather, while here in Oregon an umbrella only i needed In Colorado last Friday many persons were fmten to death in a severe snow atorm, which extended over the entire elate. Hundreds of cattle and aheep olso perished from tbe cold near Colo rado Springe, and general disaster i. reported from all portions of the state, ins eyesight. He came over from Mist Sunday to receive treatment from Dr. Blnnchard at Gilltnn. which w hope will be beneficial to him. Mr. Dale whs elected sheriff in 1882. and served I ho county in that capaoity two years, in 1004 lie was elected county clerk and re-elected two yeara later, rving until loots, miring his terra as clerk ho lost the aisht of one eve. which he had taken out. and it is be lieved by his friends that close con finement to his office duties, working a great deal by lamp light, was the cause of bis afljimiou. His many friend would be please j to hear oi Ilia regaining hia sight. FOOD AND DAIRY COMMISSION. Two Essential for a Baking Pow der that Will Make Perfect Breed The late report of the Minnesota State Pood and Dairy Commission contains the result of a series of exper iment made by Professor C. W. Drew. State Chemist, to determine tbe strength and keeping qualities of the various baking powders. 1 ho report attaches great importance to theso experiments. Baking; pow der that vary, in strength, or tht readily lose strength before um, are unreliable and will mot give even re sults; besides, it is an indication of the use ot improper ingredients in their compounding. The teats showed '.he strength or leavening power of tbe Itoyal very much greater than that of the otbera. The uniformity of strength of till the samples of Royal tested, no matter wliut their age, was remarkable Its leavening power was practically unimpaired even in the oldest speci mens. The difference in the amount of leavening gas in different samples of the other brands was so great as to seriously impair their usefulness baking. As much as 24 per cent, loss wa found in samples a few months old. All the samples of Royal ex amined oy state unemiat Drew were reported of satisfactory strength and quality. Dr. Drew stales that the "itoyal" be- ing of greater strength than any other. and possessing better keeping qualities it is the natural conclusion that it is the best baking powder made. Cjlumbus Day. WHERE MAN DARE NOT INTRUDE. Many years' practice have given C. A. Snow & Co., solicitors of patents at Washington. D. C. unsurpassed suc cess in obtaining patents in all classes of inventions. Ibey make a specialty ot rejected cases, and have secured al lowanco of many patents that had been previously rejected. Their advertise ment in another column, will be of iii teresl te inventors, patentee, manufac ture,, and all wbo have to do with patents. The Holmes Business College, of Portland, Ore., Is now a dsy and board school, so parents who send their sons and daughters sway lo a business school, can feel that tbey are surround ed by a school atmosphere and home influences. Every young man, and woman as well, should have a busi ness education. It fits . them to do business (or themselves, and a good bookkeeper or stenographer can always find employment. Send for catalogue of the Holmes Business College. ol4 21 State Senator Colvig, of Jackson county, who it a candidate for presi dnntial elector on the democratic ticket, spoke to a well filled house in St. Helens Friday night on the polit ical topics of the da'. Tnn attend ance was not a large ss it might have been, owing to the fact that only a few obsure notices were posted on that clay, which were hardly noticeable without spectacles. The speaker de voted most of his time to the Force bill, occasionally indirectly enoourag ing the people's party. The excursion to Portland on the steamer Josnph Kellogg on Sunday last was fairly well patronized. Tbe crowd wtts not large, but larire enough for all to have a splendid time. Most of the excursionists came from Rainier and St. Helens. On the way up the Meserve-VVagnor cornet band furnished splendid music, and between times the St. Helens glee olub favored a many as could find room 111 the ladies' cabin with vooal and instrumental music, recitations, select readings, etc. The declamations of Miss Josie Groves were especially fine, in which tbe young lady exhibited marked elocu tionary accomplishments. The read ings by W. J. Rice, in his usually clover way, was highly appreciated by all ; and last but not the least, the po etical eflfuion entitled ''How to Pop the Question," by Mr. 0. L. Colburn, was received amid great clapping of hands and general enthusiasm. All those who wished attended the sacred conoart al the Exposition building, and al ft o'clook the steamer started for home, arriving at St. Helens at 7 :20 and at Rainier at 9 o'clock. Tbo pupils of the St. Helens public schools will observe Columbus Day a fitting manner, and it is hoped that as many of the patron of the scboo as can conveniently will be present, 1 he presentation of the fluff by Hon T. A. McBride will be a special feature of the programme. Let eveiybody turn out and encourage the youth of the country in their school work and patriotism. The following is the programme of tho exercises to be hsd at St. Helens public school on Friday, at 10:30 in., October 21: Song, "Columbus Da v." ...The Cbolr Heading President s rrociametfon . .. J, R. Reegle itecitation, -uur nag," miss uarne Newell Mediation, " I Love my Country,". . . M ins Maud Decker Kecltulioi,, "Our Country," MIhs Frankle War flan "Thu fll.ild nf II... ftiit Oration. Presentation of Klaa to Di rectors Hon. T. A. McBride Raising Flag Thome Murkle and Johnnie Cooper Six Little Girls Recitation. "Our Charge." Song, ' America,". . Audience OBITUARY. MUCKT.K In St Helens, Oregon, October 13. 18142. Mrs. Catherine Muck a. wife of James MucMe, Br., aged 80 years months and 1 day . Catherine Cb tries was born in Montreal, Canada, March 12, 1812, and was married to ames M'ickle in County Presoct, Plant- agenet, Ontario, Canada, July 16, 1834. Mrs. Muckle was the daughter of Jua. pb Charles, who wa Commiafiary-general In Montreal until the close ot tbe war, then superintendent of the Bedeau canal at Ot tawa, where be was killed by a blast. Mr. and Mra. Murkle lived in Canada until 1875, when theyeame to Oregon , locating in St, Helens, at which place tbey have lived continuously ever since. The fruit of their union were eleven children, three of whom passed to their final reward years ago. Of the eight now living there are five sons Robert, James, Jr., Charles, Wash Inttton and William, the two latter now re siding at Skamokawa and Rainier respect ivelyand three daughters, Mrs. R. Cox Mrs. Jacob Oeorge and Mrs. D. J. Swltser, all living In 8t Helens. The youngest daughter, Mrs. Swltser, and tbe third son, Charles, had lived with the mother until the silent hand of death ended ber life of usefulness. Deceased also leaves nineteen grandchildren , all of whom are in Oregan, and an aged husband who had been her oompsnion in life for 68 years, to mourn. The funeral services were held in Masonic ball on Saturday, and were oonducted by Rev. Habersham, of the Episcopal church. of which deceased was for many year a member. The remains were interred in Germany Hill cemetary Immediately after the services. The family desire to thank the friends and neighbors for the many kindnesses ex tended during the sickness and burial of their loved one , and also to those who so kindly decorated the hall for the services. Bucklen'a Arnlem Halra- - The Boat Salve I, the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain", Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and poslUvaly cures Piles, or do pay required. It Is guaranteed to gtve perfect satis faction, or money refunded, Price 25 oents per box, For Sals Br Ednin Om Part of toath AbbotUm neater Rmareed Salels- for Woaiaa. The great opera houae, Teatro Bo lls, the pride of Montevideo, is an enormous building, with a pillared portico in front and a pair of huge oral wings, the whole covering an entire square. One of the wings serves aa a splendid wine and billiard saloon, the other contains the Na tional museum. On the second floor of the main building is a foyer of truly 'magnificent distances," fur nished with tables and chain for those who wish to smoke and drink. The oval shaped auditorium is very handsome, capable of seating 4.000 people, with Ave tiers of boxes deco rated in red. white, green and eold. Tbo fourth circle is the cozuela (gal lery), reserved for ladies alone, after the peculiar fashion of all Spanish American countries, as well as old Spain. Not even an archbishop or dictator could gain admission to the sacred precincts of the cazuela. and night after night it is filled with the beauties) of Montevideo, escorted thither by their hucbands. fathers and brothers, who leave them at the door and go away to spend the even ing as they like elsewhere or take seats in the gentlemen's gallery a Dove, out being- aead sure to return before the close of the performance to see tnetr ladies safely home. Though men may not enter the charmed circle, no jealous rules can be vigorous enough to control the southern propensity to flirtation, which, like murder, "will out," the more surely because of the mistaken notions of seclusion, handed down from their Moorish ancestors, that environ aristocratic females. It is said that most of the matches of Montevideo are made, not in heaven. as the old saw goes, but in this gallery, though the ladies have no chance to extend their flirtations be yond the point of meeting eyes and telegraphic communications with tans and flowers and handkerchiefs a language natural to youth the world over, as birds know how to build their nests without instruction, Though a gentleman dare not speak u tne fair enslaver whom he has been staring out of countenance night after night at the opera, he can follow at a respectful distance when the author of her being hurnes her home, dis cover where she resides and thence forth prance before her windows and become her shadow when she goes to cnurcn or promenades in the plaza. l he miscnievous god "laughs at lock smiths" in Uruguay as elsewhere, and though a lover may not call upon the object of his devotion, they manage it somenow possibly with the more eagerness and success because no op portunity is afforded for acquaint ance before marriage. Montevideo Cor. Flttoburg Dispatch. Mat Ba4 After AIL During a discussion between traveled English lady and an Ameri can gentleman on the respective merits or railway travel in England and America the gentleman spoke of the danger of traveling on the other side, being liable at any time to be shut up alone in a carriage with some objectionable person. "And even for men it is not an al together agreeable idea," said the American; "there have been, as you know, terrible occurrences in these railway carriages. How would you feel yourself if you were shut up with a lunatic r "My dear tit," answered the Eng lishwoman sharply, "I really think it would be no worse than being shut up with fifty lunatics, as you here I" "Thank you," said the gentleman rather stiffly. "Not at au," rejoined the English woman in her most aggressive man ner. New York Tribune. (ardaa's Method af Competition. Sardou receives callers before luncheon, and is invisible from 1 o'clock to dinner time, being ab sorbed in writing. He writes a very minute hand, corrects, changes and alters bis work continually, and is far from being satisfied with what he has done, even when it finally leaves his hand. He is an incompar able stage director for his own plays, and often makes ok the mar gin of his manuscripts rough sketches of the scenery and of the attitudes of the personages that he considers neo- try for certain important situa tions. Paris Cor. Philadelphia Tele graph. ' Baad Orgaas. : It Is a mistake to believe that the hand organs heard on the streets are made in Italy. Probably not one in hundred has ever been on Italian soiL Many of them are made in the United States and a few in Belgium and France. The Germans lead the world in the manufacture of these and nearly all other musical inBtru- its, and at least two-tnirds or them are imported from that coun try. Every summer the large im porters leave this country and buy a stock, which sells rapidly, owing to the large increase in the Italian popu lation, Philadelphia Record. MONMOUTH NOTES. There has been pleasant weather here for the past week, but there was a little rain today. The college is making a good be ginning, it uas enrolled now 280 pu pils. Columbia county is represented by three young men John P. Mytrs, of Clatskanie; Albert Matthew, of Pittsburg, and Burt West, of 8c p- poose. The (Indents, both young la- uiea ana gentlemen, are doing good work in the societies. The Athletic association intend to have some outdoor sport, soon. They nave, among oiner Hung,, organized a basebad club. Tbe college ha, arranged for a model cliool for the little folk. It began a week ago Monday. Those of the seniors whe have not taught have a Are You Frejudiced Many people think it necessary to go to some large city to find a first-class DRUG STORE. St. He ens. PERFUMED : : : Oregon. CLATSKANIE LINE.- Don't you believe it; because you can be convinced that there is a first-class drug store here by calling on jjmI 9 ""W"" jEclwiix Koss. Who carries a fine and varied stock of """"' " w tsugni nave a i r -, , r. i ir. .wi chance for prce in the model Drugs, Chemicals, Standard Patent Medicines, There is considerable business trans-1 krACn frvm triA HOrtnrv acted here, and a number of Iiwu SUS" aS" S Prescriptions carefully compounded by an experienced chen.ist, place. There la Great Exclteaaeat. Among Rheumatic suffers ont th I remedy that there is beiug put up in New York City. It is claimed ih h. r.-... I Men a cue wnere unas failed to cure. It I is ciii ui. uruinn-.ona s Ujrbtning Rem edy for Rheumatism, and is sold for S5 per bottle. The remedy is certainty making- .w. i .nti i . u, iij' iiin nnurittiin mm . country is full of Rheumatism. The manu- luuiurers sen u on sn ansolute guarantee. I snd offer to refund the money in any cane' I where it does not work a nrift. I Sent by ex pre! prepaid on receipt of price! Drunimond Medicine Co., 48-60 Midden miii, new torn. Amenta wanted. A Doubtful Reporter Convinced. Hearing o much about the wond- i . . i STEAMER G. W. SHAVER. learning that the well-k di8t,Dr.A.S.Bemauin(of271f Mor- Jt W. cxlAVlliit, .Master, ... .. I... J I I of his electric treatment wilh benefit leaves Portland at Alder St. dock Monday, Wednesday, Friday to hi health. I thought I would inve- for Clatskanie, touching at Sauvies Island, St. Helens.Columbia vigutc mo nuilieuilCliy Ol me reDOrted lv kalomo Nohf I'ltir Horn r I ai. I.M1H kit Mt IVtffin cure mvself I , ahmuiv, j wuh, Mwu,ugf wum. Finding iSr Bradbury, Stella. Oak Point, and all intermediate points, re- bie gentleman, he kindiv consented to I tumine 1 uesdav. Thursdav. and Saturday. iuc ,j,a CUUUIHUU, WI1IOH IO me, Beemea to be very remarkable, as well as the successful result sbuined bv the doctor in the treatment of hia case. The following are hia word verbatim t ..V . . i wns tne suuiect ol a verv unn kidney and liver trouble for very many years. later, rheumatism, ner vous prostration ana blood nomomnir of the most violent type set in, render ing it impossible for me to attend to my profession. Having consulted nearly every physician of prominence raum near oi, witnout relief, 1 waa induced by a friend to go to Dr. Darriu who, tbrouith the skillful abdication of tbe various kinds and currents of electricity, indicated in my peculiar ease, succeeded in etlecting a perfect cure, i am now well and able to at tend to business, have gained 20 pounds, and am today a livina? monu ment of the efficacy of electro-theraoeu- !.. j: . . . . . ' uc hi uisenee. i can be interviewed at any time and shall alway, take plea sure in recommending Dr. Damn's electrical treatment wherever I can The result in this case speaks vol ume for Dr. Darrin and bi, new treat ment by electricity, snd it seems from reported cure from day to day that all curable chronio snd aoute diseases yield to tbe subtle sgency, . treBKth Haaltk. MUCKLE BROS., Manufacturer of LUMBER . ASS DIALER, IB GENERAL MERCHANDISE. ST. HELENS, OR. Josenh. Kellogc & Co.'s River Steamers, if you are not feeling strong and healthy. try Electric Bitters. It "La Grippe" has left you weak and weary, use Electrio Bit ten. This remedy acts directly on Liver. Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding those organs to perform their functions. If yon are afflicted with Sick Headache, yon will Gnd speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric Bitters. On trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need, 1-arge bottles only SOc. at Edwin Boss' Drugstore. - Joseph Kellogg and Northwest FOR COWLITZ RIVER. JNUKlhWribi leaves KELSO Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 5 am. Leaves PORTLAND Tuesday, Thurs day, and Saturday at 6 a. m. Skinner, of Tezarkana, JOSEPH KELLOGG Leaves RAlNlfeR at 5 a. nt daily, Sunday excepted, arriving at Portland at 10:30 a. m Keturmng leaves Portland at 1 p. m., arriving at 6 p. m A Care far Hkeaassulaaa. Dr. P. A is an enthusiast in the praise of Cham berlain's Pniu Balm. He used it for rheumatism, and says: "I found it to be a most excellent local remedy." For sale by Edwin Row, druggist. Like at Sreal Railway. With its branches rnnlna in every direc tion, are the arteries and veins which cenvey the blood to every part of the hum an system. A cold, sudden changes or ex posure, may cnuve poisonous acias to clog the circulation, ana men comes Klieuma turn. Beware l If vou value life remove the obilrucrinn with Dr. Drumniond Livhtnina Remedy. You can cet a Uree bottle at the druggist for $5 or it will be sent to you by prepaid express with a guar antee of cure if you send to the Drumniond Medicine Co., 48 60 Maiden Lane, New York. Aeents wanted. Don't Buy Your Drugs ANYWHERE BUT AT A REGULAR DRUG I STGRB. -YOW WILL FIND THE Freshest, Purest, and Best of Everything Seeds, Trees, POULTRY, BEE SUPPLIES, Fertilizers, Eta F. W. Mer 171 SECOND ST. Portland, - Oregon. anaVSsnd ferCatalefiir W. H. CONYERS & CO. Real Estate and Insurance Agents Baal Bstat bought, soM and ssanand ea sotamUston, rents eellectsd said - abstracts aad. A0EJJT8 FOR THK Fanners and tierchssts, German American. And other Insurance Companies, with cwabined Aiseta ol MOO.Ooa. NOTARIES PUBLIC. Clatskmssle, SMresjra. ST. HELENS HOTEL. J, George, Proprietor. Table always supplied wilh the beat edibles and delicacies the market afford. TEEM8 SEASONABLE FOB ; REGULAR BOARDERS. Having been newly refurnished, ws srs prepared to give satisfaction to all onr patrons, and solicit a share of your patronage. 8T. HELENS 0REG0& One Dollar Weekly Buy, a rood cold watch by oar club sys tem. Our H-karst cold-filled caws are war ranted for 20 years. Vine Elgin and Wai thara m rveirent. Stem wind sad set. Lady', or gent', six. Equal to any 150 watch. To secure agents where we have none, we sell one of the hunting ease watches for the club price $28 and send C. O. O. by express with privilege of examina tion before paying for the asms. Our , agent at Durham, N. C, write. 'Onr lewetenl have confessed thev doa't know how you can furnish soon work for ta money." Our agent at Heath Springs, 8. C. , writes : "Your watches take at slcht. Ths santteman who got the last watch said that he oxamlned and priced a Jeweler a watches In Lancaster, that were mo bettor thaa yours, but the price wasSU." , Our agent at Penal ngton, Tex., write i "An in receipt of the watch, and am nleusS without measure. All who hav sa it say it would be cheap at 14." One good reliable agent wanted for each place. Write for particular. aariac watcb io., new xorx. II H Wanted. Salary and expenses. Penna hi ft II nentolaee. Applvnow. Onlv arowera of nursery stock on both Amort can and Caaa- lan soils. Hardy vortetles our specialty. BROWN BROS. CO., Nurserymen, Chics. FOUND. Adrift in the Columbia river last Juno a Mack skift containing loggers' tool and time book. The owner can bar (am oa applying at Bourne's landing. U Natlee far PablteaMra. Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, I Ootober 14. I NOTICE Is hereby given, that the following named seuler nss filed notleo of hi. Inten tion ta mako final nroof fn mnnnrt of hi. claim, and that said proof will bo made befons ine taunty tiara of Columbia county, at at, Helens, Oregon, on Deoenber S, ISM, vis: . MARION E. WEAVER, Homestead entry No. 7821, for the ntH of see SO, t n. r 2 v. He names tba followine witnanei to prove his conUnuoas residence apon and cultivation of said land, nnaer Motion 2001, R. s., vis: u. r. rowier, jesse aenuneas, Joseph Bonnell and Wilfred Millar. .11 at HL. n.l.n. Columbiaeouaty, Oregon. auna 4. -r. Arruws, aagutar. Nmitca lar raklleaiiaa. Land Office at Oregon City, Oreron, Oetoher IS. 1M? TOTICK is hereby given that the following ll named settler haa Sled notice of his inten tion to make Soal proof In suonort of hiaelalni. and that said proof will bo made before the County Clerk of Columbia eounty.atSt. Helena, Oregon, on December 7, lew, via: FRANS JOHN J. STJMDBLOlf, Hoaustsed entry No. Tola, for the nri of see S3, I a, I am naawa m loiiowin, witness s arove his onUouous resid.nca noon, aiuf cultivation of, said land, via: CW.Mo.her. Thomas u. nmoney, T. N. Ryekman aad Fete, nosier; au uz oainier r. Oreron. oxinze O.. Columbia annnt. J. T. APPCRBON, Bagiater. tie far rwalicatlam. Land OStes at Oregon City, Oregon, OetAhar A ISM ' NOTICE Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed nolle of his Inteu- WILLIAM Af. RIOOS. Homestead entry No, TM, for the lot 4, sw ii of nw W af aaa U. 1 7 n. r w. Ha n.n. .1.7.1- lowing witnesses to prove his eonUnuous rest dene upon, and cultivation of, said land, vis: O. F. If oaek and F. Bebaata. and a H Kl.m.r of Rainier P. O., Oregon, and H. R. Wicker sham, of Portland, Oregon. oMnlS J. T. APPER80N. Register. Nattea far Pwhlicatlam. Land Offle at Oregon City, Oregon. fh-foha- It ISO. NOTICE is hereby given that tbe following, named settler has filed notice ot his Inten tion to maka final nmof In aunnnrt af hi. lnim and that said proof will be mads before the County Clerk of Columbia county, at St. Helens. Oregon, oa November 21, 1882, vts: , SMITH H. KI8TNKR, ' Homestead entry No. 7287, for the vK of sw W, mot sw ana sw m oi se , see 21, t J n, r He names the followine witnaua. ts. . his continuous residence uoon. and eultlvatinn of, said land, vis: W. M. Rigrs, F. Debaat. of Rainier P. O., Oregon, and Q. F. Haeek of Rain ier, Oregon, and U. R. Wickersham, of Portland. Oregon. J. T. APPERSON. ouois Register. Report fcntTt Avsry wsr VseUAwtCUPP'S; -AT THE- Clatskanie Drug Store DR. J. E. HALL, Proprietor. 8U1D1 SETTLM'S Hart & Si eetland. Proprietor- St. Helens Meat Market Fresh and Salted Meat, Sausage, Fish and vegetable. . t , ' Meat by wholesale at special rates. Express wagon run to all parts of town, and charges reasonable. GO TO JOHN A. BECK, Ths Watchmaker and Jeweler, -FOR YOUR- ELEGANT JEWELRY. The Finest assortment of Watches, Clock, and Jewelry of all description. . Opposite II at Ksroond, Portland, Oregon N' Ratlca far PmMIattlaat. Land Office at Oregon city, Orago n, Mntamhar 9a mil OTICE Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notlcaaf hiiim... tion ta make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will b mad before the County Clerk of Colombia county, at St. Helen. Oregon, en November 19, 1893, vis: FRANKLIN B. OILTNER, Homestead entry No. 8072, f or the nw W of see SX ten, liw. He names the following witnesses to prove his eonUnuous residence open, and ulUvatlon of, said land, via: John Tompkins. J, W. Campbell, Thomas Ross and A. H. Dear don, all of Beappoosa, Columbia county, Ore gon. o7nU ' J. T. APPERSON, Kegister. Notice tar fmblsaatiaa, Land Office at Oregon City. Oregon, September 28, U9Z NOTICE is hereby given that the following. named settler has filed notice of his intea Uod to make final pi ol in support of his claim, and that said, proof will be made before tba County Clark of Columbia county, ( 8k Helena Oregon, on November 18, 18Wvti: BARRY, P. BURROWS, Homestead entry No, 8998, tor the awW ef sea ' 21, tn, r t w. He names the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vis: O. C. Jv quish.F. P Reopaoh, M. MoDwmot and M. H. Boyer, all oi Reuben P. 0 Columbia counter Oregon. J t. AWKKKON, otnU Register.