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THE OREGON MIST.
01'BSCRlPTIOJr, ll.M PGR YEAR.
St. Hvssii, BKiTKiiitKii 11, 1S01.
tHt MtMtiAXTS MAKE A MISTAKE.
The country newf paprr is Hie correct
place to advertise. Better results are
Obtained throtinb the country press hy
far than through the great city dailies
For instance hike the daily Oregon ian,
Telegram, or anjr other of the Urge
dailies they circulate only along the
transportation lines among the busi
ness men, and too, only along lines
where the mail can reach at an early
iinur in the morning. The fact of the
matter is that the rank and file of the
people through the Country cannot
afford to subscribe fur a daily paper
Consequently the country paper is the
only means of reaching them, for there
is not a country paper in the state but
irhitt baa ten fold more circulation in
its own county than any daily, and is
read a great deal close? at home by its
patrons. When business men (those
only among whom the dailies circulate)
go to Portland to transact business
they know where aud with whom they
expect to do business. But when the
farrtler goes to Portland the first thing
lie does is to peruse his county paper
to see who and what place the kind of
goods are on sale that be wants to buy,
and be goes there to make bis purchase.
If thePortland merchants will consider
this propisition impartially they can
clearly see that thoir country trade
comes either directly or indirectly
through the efforts of the country
press aud not through the great dailies.
HIVES AND SAIL TSANSPOSTATIOS.
It is now claimed by the United
fctates engineers that there is twenty
nine feet of water on the bar at the
mouth of the Columbia at low tide,
and that by the time the jetty is com
pleted there will be thirty feet at low
water. It is hardly neecessary to say
that there is any bar at the entrance
to the Columbia, for indeed the largest
VCsseU on the coast can cross in with
perfect safety, and today the entrance
to the Columbia is the safest of any
b arbor oft the coast, not even except
ing San Francisco or the Golden Gate.
At San Francisco there haa been two
ship with their entire cargoes and
part of their crews lost within the last
eight months, and in that same period
a number of Vessels bare been badly
disabled at the same place, while we
can safely say that the loss to shipping
Las been very heavy each year ever
since Ban Francisco became the prin
ciple commercial port of the Pacific
coast. Puget Sound has had her share
of disasters each year, and especially
lias ber wreckage been large in the
past few years. Grays Harbor and
Shoalwater Bay, while not pretending
to handle large vessels at all, have suf
fered largely from the fact that the
. course of the channel to the entrance
of those two harbors runs almost at
right angles with the wind and current
of the ocean, making it very hazardous
for vessels to enter only under the
most favorable circumstances. San
Diego is, perhape the only really safe
harbor south of (he Columbia, With
thirty feet of water on the Columbia
bar, commerce will be uninterrupted to
Astoria, and with rollroad connect
ing Astoria with the main line of the
Northern Pacific at Goble, giving us
direct communication with the Sound,
Portland and Astoria, we may expect
an era of progress such as. has never
been known on the upper coast. Not
a boom, in the sense that term is gen
erally used, but a substantial and
Steady growth. Astoria is the natural
commercial port of tbe North Pacific
ahd as soon as she has connection by
rail with the outside world her growth
' will be rapid and of a permanent
nature, Columbia county will have
the advantage of three markets, where
as at present she.only has one. Trans
portation rates will be reduced owing
to tbe competitien between the rail
road and the river, and tbe farmer who
has products for shipment will find
It cash market at good prices. A rail
road to Astoria is not merely an As
toria scheme, but a project calculated
to develop the interior as well, and
particularly Columbia county would
be greatly benefitted thereby. Ocean
Commerce is the substantial avenue of
trade, and we have the ocean part of
Hail right, now the next thing is to
provide means of reaching tbe ocean
HoM. BtfcciEfc Hermann, say the
Boseburg Plaindealer, has received an
invitation from the Ohio state central
committee to speak in that state dur
ing' tbe campaign now in progress. If
Mr. Hermann's oratory would prove
as effectual with the Ohio voters as
With those of Oregon in the past, his
presence Would be desired just at this
time. The time when a Western man
Was considered inferior, even in poli
tics, to those of the East has passed.
Tbe Northwest is no longer regarded
by eastern people as Vast wilderness,
inhabited principally by savages, as it
lias been by them in tbe past. Mr.
Hermann, should he accept, would
ho donbt add greatly to his political
trowiiieace w the future. ,
Th treat trotting horse, Axtell,
which was purchased some time ago
for the snin of (105,000, and which no
Due doubts as being worth that sum.
in fact he could not be bought for
that amount today, Is assessed at his
home In Indiana for the trivial turn
of 300. .
AN IMPOIITAXT DILI
The Royal Baking Powder' Con
demned by the New York . t
New York Tress.)
fast Monday Mr. Kelly Introduced the
following bill in tbe assembly. A careful
resiling of It will show that it is a very im
An act to prevent the rise of poisonous
and injurious ingredients in baking pow
ders. Wu Situs, Dating powders manufact
ure J in tins state, known as the "It oval"
alum and oilier baking powders are adver
tised for sale as absolutely pure; and,
Whkssas, Ollklat examination show
them to contain ammonia and other injuri
ous ingredients; therefore the people of the
State of Sew York, represented in senate
assembly, do enact as follows:
Section 1. Every can or package of bak
ing powder Continuing ammonia uttered
for sale In this state shall have a conspicu
ous label thereon with the words "Contains
Ammonia" printed thereon In plain type,
not smaller than great primer and any per
son who shall sell, or have or offer for stile,
any such can or package of baking powder
without such label thereon, shall bo goiltjr
of a misdemeanor.
Section 2. This act sha'.l take effect
From Our Regular Correspondent.)
WasBucnTox, I. C., Sept. 4, 1891.
The president keeps in constant touch
with the business of all branehes df the
government by having the members of the
cabinet take tu ns in visiting him at Cape
May Point, te. rotary Ituk spent several
days with bi n this week, a id as soon as he
returned to Washington Secretary Tracy
paid him a viitit. Mr. Wauamjlter, who is
now at his desk, Snt tli greater part of
his vacation as a neighbor of the president,
as be is the owner of a cottage at Cape May
Secretary "Foster left today for JCew
York, whence he proposes taking a short
sea voyage opon a friend's steam yacht. It
has been said, bat nut by him, that he
would probably make it convenient to call
upon Secretary Dlaine at liar Harbor be
fore returning, and that be was the bearer
of a confidential message from the presi
dent to Mr. ISIaine, but this last is probably
nothing more than gossip, as the under
standing between tbe president and Mr.
Blaine is so explicit, according to my in.
formation, which I am sure is correct , that
there can be no necessity for any confi
dential messages being exchanged between
them. Before leaving town, Secretory
Foster extended the time indefinitely with
in which the i per cent, bonds, ceased to
bear interest on the 2d inst , may be ex
tended at 2 percent. In other words the
holders of the J-.7 ,000.000 of these bonds
which have not been presented for exten
sion will, whenever they present them, be
given their choice of receiving the money
for them or having them extended at 2 per
cent. It will probably be a longtime before
all of these bonds are heard from, but if
every dollar's worth of them were pre
sented for redemption today they could be
paid, and that without seriously incon
veniencing the treasury department, and
it is probably the knowledge of that fact
which prevents tbe holders of them from
being in any hurry.
It is now regarded at the department of
state as certain that the German market for
American pork, bacon and hams will
shortly be open without restriction. It has
now been nearly ten years since Germany
practically closed her markets to those
American products, and her example was
speedily followed by Anstris and other
smaller European powers, thus shutting
out American hog-growers from markets
in which the trade would probably average
from $4,000,000 to $10,000,000 per year.
Fr mi the day that the present fldniiits'ra-
PROTECT OUR BREAD-
the machinery of the law has not been put to work
too speedily against the fraudulent use of ammonia and
alum in Baking Powders. Both health and the pocket of
the people are demanding protection. The legislatures of
New York, Illinois and Minnesota have taken this matter
of adulteration up, and especially that of Baking Powders.
It will be in the interest of public health when their sale
is made a misdemeanor in every State in the UNION, and
tbe penalties of the law are rigidly enforced. There is no
article of human food more wickedly adulterated than that
of Baking Powder.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is. the only pure
cream of tartar powder having a general sale that is free
from ammonia, alum or taint of any kind Of impurity. It
makes the sweetest and lightest bread, biscuit and cake
that are perfectly digestible whether hot or cold. It costs
more to manufacture Dr. Price's than any other baking
powder. It is superior to every oilier known and the
standard for forty years.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re
ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia,
Alum, or any other adulterant. In fact, the
purity of this ideal powder has never been questioned.
!'"' lo P"'r averjr energy has
becn strained to get these markets back
again, and lion that success Is lit sight the
nieinU rs of the administration Very natur
ally feci pleustd nd proud. His especially
a great tl.lng for the fanners of Iowa,
Illinois, Ohio, Mi-son 1 1, Indiana, Kansas.
N'elraska und Wisconsin, who produce In
round figurva more than one-half the Itogs
in value in the Vnllcd States, ami who
furnish a much larger proportion Of the
hog product for export. A lid this comes
at a good time, for the enormous Corn Crop
of i he present year, inca that the farmers
will have a big surplus ut meat products
The talk about the poH-IMlity of Presi
dent folk of the fanners' alliance having
to fight a duel with an nhuive North Caro
lina editor lins reminded many people of
how Senator lllair, when personally at
taikcd lu a speech in the scuttle by Senator
Duller, of South Carolina, stated In language
not to be misunderstood, that while he
ilisitpproved of dueling, he should nevertlie
less collider it his duty lo light t-houlj he
be challenged, nor wus he again attacked
by any fiery Southern senator." I'olk might
draw a profitable k-ssou from Mr. Blair's
There is no one at present In Washington
who can authorailvcly deny or aftlrm the
rumor that Civil Service Commissioner
Itooscvclt has resigned, as he is away, and
if he has resigned the resignation would be
sent directly to the president who is at
Capo May Point. There Is reason, how
ever, lo believe that the rumor originated
from a statement of Mr. Koosevclt to a
friend soma time ogo to the effect that he
intended resigning bwtore the presidential
campaign opened as he proposed taking all
active part in that contest, and ho would
not feel at liberty to do so while a civil
service commissioner. Owing to the fact
that Mr. Itoosevelt has bceu discussing with
his colleagues uou the board certain work
of the commission during the coming
winter, it Is not believed that he will resign
before next spring.
Secretary Proctor has written a letter to
the governor of Vermont accepting the ap-
poiiitincnt tendered turn to serve the unex.
pin-1 term of Senator Edmunds in the
United SUtes senate Ilia appointment as
senator will take effect -November 1, the
date of Mr. 'Edmund's resignation, audit
Is presumed tnat he will on the last day of
October retire from the cabinet, allhou,
there is a possibility that ho may do so
" CLAT8KAME NKW8.
Mr. Hughes was unlucky enongh to cut
his hand aud accomodates it by carrying it
E S. Bryant spent a portion ef hut week
in Portland on lumber business
A very gentle showef on Monday laid the
dust for a short time and was appreciated
Two families, those of W. II Mills and
W. B. Uillii buve taken themselves out of
Clutskanic for other fields of labor. The
lumbering business seemed rather new and
not ultogctlier attractive to them.
The city treasury received a small addi
tion on Monday.
S I.ingren U down from Portland this
week. Almost a stranger in town.
The Ilitnpel mill is finishing up its work
this week preparatory to being taker) down
and moved to a more densely timbered sec
tion near the summit. It has in four years
at its present location sawed from 2 to
million feet each season and the removal of
the mill can be done much easier than
logs can be got out and hauled toils present
site. Mr. Himpelwasto have the machinery
moved before the wet weather and will be
gin work to that end at once.
A. J. Laws came in from Aliiwauka on
Saturday evening, spent a day or two in
packing his household goods and started
early this week with his Wifo and children
and Mrs. Lowe his wife's mother for Mist,
there to embark on the Nehulem river and
float down to where he has secured a claim
near its mouth. His many friends here
while sorry to see him go, wish him success
at his new homeandhopeth.it if he resumes
pegging there he may live to keep at it und
not "peg out
A new office is going np this week in the
bu-4ness portion of the city and W. H. Con-
yers expects to preside in it in a few days.
Big game has not all left the country yet
and our hunting gentry have been exerciiwl
recently on seeing cougar nnu bear tracks
All kinds with extra fine roots, free from
alt (tests at caxh prices by the firm that
Tests all Their Seeds,
F. L. POSSON & SON,
Seed Merchants, '
209 Second tit. aud 170 Front St., Portland,
In this vicinity, lonklntf quite fresh
hMf. In bis love for something sweet, 0'
his mtttliittf aba tree ihiI far from Til h mor
mills when lie wus dU-overed and killed
by one of the men si TMisuoi camp. Other
have been seen recently but firthcr awuy
from tow Hi
Special Wild AfislH if. 8 TraVIs was In
the city apoitkttl of this week on oftiilal
Miss JMIIo Bdrfcrton is doing duty as
assistant postmaster tlii-i week.
A parly of four feiilleiiicn led by t'harllt
ConyerS took a couple of ditys tills week to
explore the head waters' of the Clnt kanle
Desldvt Charlie, there was a hunter, a
iMternuda photographer in the party.
Tho latter, having brottght his camera (
bear on the fulls somo twelve to lliteei
miles above town, brought back with Mo
tome negatives am) wilt supply liny c.xlxt
Inglicmutul for pictures of the falls. Thcj
report having had soma difficult clluihlny
to do after leaving their team, and Mug
upset onco while driving. They brtuit
home a few bruises a a iietitle reminder ul
Ihoitood tilUcs they had, but returned with
out any teriona casuallty.
It. H. llatten'wlll soon begin a term ol
school on the prairie.
On Satuniujr last the families of A. M
and W, K. Ticlienor went over to the NV
halem valley to spend some time, ill canip
iK out, They will reimdn as long as they
feel'like It, Ihi lr stay being doubtless In
fluenced by the condition of the weather.
John Watson and wife, of tlio mvtropolK
have been speiv ling a few days in the city
as the guests of I'lipauild Mamma rVhliith,
Mrs. Watson being a daughter. They left
on the steamer Tuesday murnini;.
Messrs Z. ltrynnt and Knink York last
Saturday started In a two-horso hack for
the Willamette valley iiearCorvalll-, wh're
Mr. Bryant has some property ho rocs to
look after. They expect to make the
journey with their horses and will have air
oportunttv to see a great deal of country
lu that way.
The band instruments, did yon say
Well, yes; you would think they had come
it you were here tu lut n to the assortment
of voices that penetrate the evening air and
lift the fog to as to get out further. Yes,
they are hi re, and the public is Invited to
call and listen to practice, Brlna cotton
The excursion to Astoria failed to ma
terialise last Saturday and was postponed.
death or w. (LOOB,
Mention was made last week of the re
turn and feeble condition of Mr. lllood,
who on Tuesday morning, September 1st
breathed hi! last. aetl abouto? years. lie
has been identified with this section for
several years, and for the past seven years
has owned and operated, with his two .-ons,
who in time became partners, a sawmill on
Itoaring creek about a mile from town,
which was run first by water power and
later by steam. The firm of H W. lllood
t Pons has now but one surviving partner,
the father and one son having died within
a few months of each other. A large con
course of iople turned out on Friday last
to attend the funeral ceremonies and to i-si-t
in laying away one whom all had
known to resiect
A WtuSrr Marker.
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of
Bulington, Ohio, states that he has been
under the rare of two prominent physii l.in.
and used their treatment until he was not
able to get around. lie was persuaded to
try Dr. King's Sew Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, and ut that time
was not able to walk across the street with
out resting. lie found, before he hail) used
half of a dollar bottle, that he was much
better; he continued to use it and is to-day
enjoying good health. If you have any
Throat, I.ung. or Chest Trouble, try it. We
guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free at
Edwin Ross' Drugstore.
Hucklea'a Arnica Nulre.
The Best Salve la the world far Cuts, Rrulws,
Bores, I'leers, Ball Hheuni, Fever Bores, Teller,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and ell Hkln
Ernptlotu, and p"slllvely cures Piles, or no pay
required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded, Price it, eenu per
box. .For Bale Dv K.lwln fbim.
TI78 Celolrstcd French Gnra,
Is Bold 0 X
of nervous dlNem
orauy disorder of
the generative or-
f mm I li a a r.i I , a
Tobacco or Opiuia, or throuirh tomtifiil lu.ll
non. overinuuixcnre, .turn as Lou of Brain
Power, wakefnhir,Iicari!igdown Painilmhs
beek.Hemlual Weakness. Itvtir!a. N.'rv,n. pp..
tratlon, NiH ianial Emissions, Le :eorrhii-a, l)lx
slness, W. x Memory, Ixwsnf power and Imio
tencjr, widen If uealeeted often leml to prematura
old a?e aii'l insanity. Price il.oo a ln, tiboju
fur ;.'). sVllt hr l.-inll on rorcli.t ol price-
A WHITrF.N GIIAUANTKK ! eWe InT
every t .UIoriirrSi-iv"l. toreftiml the mousy if
a 1'ermanent pure Is not effected. Wo ha'
tVmn!Mlol testimonials from old and yoin.it,
of both sexes.whoiiavn oeen permanently enri a
LtheuseolAphrodltlue. Circular Ire. Addrou
TH5 APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Wdatoru Bnuicb. liox 27. Pohtiajid. Oa.
For sale by JEDWIN ROSS, Dbuogiht,
St. Helena. Of,
Nailca ! Credleara.
The unilen-luned haviiie been arnnlntd
ndmini-trutor of the estate uf II. H, Mlti'li-
eli, deceuiied, all fu-rsons having claims
ajrulimt naiil estate are reqneMtad to pre
sent the same to me, with proper voucher,
at my place of bus! ileus In the town of
Oolile, Colnmbia county , state of Ori'Kon,
Wiloin six inotitlis from tue date hereof.
Dated Auiriiit 1:1, 1MH. nUnll
Nallca ! Creditor.
The tlndersiirned huvinir been annolnted
administrator of the eatate of John Furrow.
deceased, all 'perrons huvltiK claims
aeuiiiHv said estate are reqneHteil to preaent
the name to me with proper vouchers at
niv r ace 01 uiikiiicss in me town of noli e.
Caliitiihla cour.ty, atate of On-Kon. witliin
six inontlis Irom tue (luUi nereoi.
Dated August 13, IWI. - al4l 1
NO T I V B it O 'H P C B t, I V A tTo.
Land ODicent (ircjtoiiflty. Oreiron An if. IX, lstil.
Notice l Hereby alven that Hie lollowlnu-
named aettler Inia filed notice of hi. intention
to make tinai iruor lu fniiKirt of hi claim, and
thatMai'l pnf will he imule bofore Hie county
clerk of ColilinblH cotintv. atHL JteleliA. Oieiron.
on October 12, Mil, vis:
Wl I.l.l AM 1W1F,
Itomiilcad entry No. 7810, (or the ne' see. It tp
6 n. r K weHt. llo natnen the followlna wltneaiiett
to prove hifl eontiniioiiii rcNidunce iitmn. and
cuiiivunou 01 nam lanu, vi; 1;. u. rowicr, a.
Nccr. f,. T. Vanover. 1 Bradley: all of Koer.
u$Mt2 J. T. AI'I'KKHON, Register.
V. H. Land Offlco, Orejron Clly, Orcdrnn. July 20,
IHUI. t;oinlilitint having been ellicn-d at thin
Oltli-e by Ikiiiix Klntek axalimt William Form (or
imiinoniiiK nia iiomenu-iia entry no. 7t'7u,oniea
ul v . IHMI. iinon tbe B W V. nc-ctlon m. town-
ihli6. N rorncCS W, In (Mlutnbla county, Ore
KOn, with a view tothecAiii-eliittlon o( mid en
trr, the aalil piittli-. arc hereby iinmoiii,i to
aixiear nt Ihli olDce on the Hth day ol Oi iober,
1M11. at lO'.'rlcK k, a, in. to re.inl mul (iirnUh
J.T. AI'FF.IMON. KeulKtur. .
a7sU II. t. li V ItCli, llecaivcr.
' Lo"!!' unl AVood--Clioi)i)(irri Supplies, f
Hardware a. V
Saws, Under Cutters, Mann's Axes, Wedges, Sledges .Pcavys, Chains, Htd
1.11 lliuvr WTIsUKT. rfOMITK KtlllUNal II ll F.I, . Olltl. HII.
T1103. COOl'fiU, rrop'r.
ST. HELENS, - - - O KKCION
Cyras Noble's Whiskies. '
A l.AttCK BTOCK OF
Excellsot Wines, Liquors and
-KKft CONSTANTLY ON IIASD.-
An Excellent' Voul and Billiard
FOR THE USE OF FATRONS.
! GIVE US A CALL.
)o You Drink?
OF COURSE YOD DO.
SCOII BEtSO THE CASE. It lhMtre
yii to lnnl (lie imurt tUiraitlu luce to
imrehaoe vour Invlgnrator."
MEEKER & DECKER
Take this tlniKirtnnitv It tell tile readers of
Mit Uiat iliey have ut
Tho finrt line of Wines M inors ami
Oitt.tr tu I fininil till Mile of 1'urt
lafiil. Ami If you al'li tu
fiiiine in a game of
POOL OR BILLIARDS,
They ean assure you tliat lliey have the
beat talile ill town. Kverytlilna in-w ami
neat, anil your )atronafu Is rint-ituily
MlP.KKF.r4 A DECK KM,
St HiUni. Oregon.
C. R. HART,
St. Helens Meat Market
Frosh and Halted Meats, Failsafe, Fidi
Meats ly wholesale at special tnUit.
Kxp-cs wnpm run to all lairta of town
and charges rcasotiiiblc.
I'ltrtlaftrl. llHm. A I A rmatmnat 1Mi
Tffmriline, 'rmmamiH. und &tak I'eturtmnlt
m m ill mnn mn.uifn,iui ill. yf yw. aif aL.V
tod at any uum. Cataluyue Itvfi .IUmv ,fcf H
IX J. SWITZER,
ST. HELENS, - OKEtiON,
Slate Insurance Co.
SALEM. - OREGON.
A. II. BLAKESLY,
Oriental ; Hotel.
BT. HELKNS, OREGOX,
The houae has been fully refurnished
turoiiKiioui ana me neni ni nccoiu
niodutiuns will be nlven.
STAflE run In connection with
' the hotel coiinectliiK with the North
ern I'acllic Itailroad at Milton. Ninfre
for Tavoiua trains 10 p. 111. For l'ortlund
truin at 3 p. ni.
THE MODEL SALOON.
J. S. CLOSINOEIl, Prop'r.
ST. HELENS, . . - OIIEGON.
Liouors and Cigars. Beer 5 Cts.
Eillard and Pool Table
for Cha Pesommodatioii of PatroM
First and Tuylor Strecta.
PORTLAND - OREUON
Work and prices that cannot ba beutvu.
HAB1GH0RST k CONANT,
ii i . i , i , i "r-"-T-Mii :
THE PORTLAND JEWELER.
lMrOUTl-.K AN1 1IK.VI.K1UN v
Watches, Jewelerv, and Optical Goods. f
Fino Watoh and . J owolrv Repairing
Orders from the Country Solicited.
165 First Stregt. Between Morrison ond Yamhill. Portland, C
rpilE KliTAIIs MKHCIIANT w the uwmry
1 Mfdium of Trrnlo between the Mitnufuctun
niul tho Conmiiner. lie limut jimtect the inteR'xt
of hid eimtonuTH by iiirclianiiis u the lowest nml
imd Imt niiM'ket, mid by nelling to his pat runs
at the Lowest lWible PrieeB.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
In keeping these true principles of Inule alway in
view ; often leaves the old track find Htrikes "aero
lots" for Bargains for hincuhtomer. Ills Mock of
Is Wing enlarged by New Gtxids Every Day.
M 'i"' ,,"nv,,1n:", tn,
,v: ' V.." ". i.'"ii ir lieniii'iiieir
..',' ,,,,'','Vr'r' V'.4" W,Kr- '"'ir and f.Rl,iiKr. andl nn
neil l...K StMi mid llar.U are. 1'r.M-krrr and tllomttanv tirjnlv
Vnll ""n,1l'0W'i''r1,B'"' H!"!'' ' 'l". and HIh.,
VttU III MixlU liit', Toll. I Artl. lea, .tu. '
Dealers in all Kinds of
Paints, Oils, Glassware, Boot3 and
Shoes, Hats and Caps.
Dry Goods and Groceries,
FEED AND HAY.
ST. HELENS, OREGON.
Per Year S3.00 In Advance.
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scrllier II 5u cents on tho origin! prko.
Two Papers For $3 In Advance,
OLD ST. HELENS STORE, J
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