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AdTartlslna lares mad. known upon sddIIcs
tloti. AJdrsss nil communications to "a,llior
vngoa MiM," HI. Hltni, Oregon.
DAVIS BRO'S., I II l t Editor..
fi. Ilelen, October 8T, 1803
A paragraph in the Morning Ore-
Konian of a recent date, dated t Cl
culla, reads: "Honey it daily becom
mg scarcer. The 4 per cent discount
rate of the bank of Bengal ii no cri
terion of the situation, at the bank
artificially roaintaini a note bazaar,
The rate of discount m really 8 per
cent. English newspaper! advocate
cold loan of 5,000,000 and lay the
uecessity it absolute in order to ayoid
a panic." All of whioh allows what
cold basis will do for a country. It ia
now lew than sis months since India,
at the dictation of the bank of Eu
gland, closed its mint to silver, aud
in these few weeks that country ia en-
gulfed iu a financial maelstrom the
like of which wna never known there
nor in any other part of the civilized
world, aud in order to avoid a worse
convulsion and ease the situation for a
abort time, certain Englishmen, who
are undoubtedly the representative of
the English money power, are advocat
ing a gold loan of nearly 125,000,000.
Of course the money will be borrowed
from the bank of England and that
institution will have a still greater
. hold upon the already sorely oppressed
people of India. We have a parallel
case right here at home. The gold
bugs are doing all in their power to
kill ailver as money and put the coun
try on a single gold basis and a gold
standard, and already we hear talk of
making a loan aot of $25,000,000 but
1100,000,000, in order to strengthen our
gold reserve and keep np our credit
It has not been said that we will bor
row thia money from England nor
that English influence is being exerted
to secure such legislation, but of course
English capital favors the oroposition,
and English capitalists will furnish the
money. For the common interest we
would like to have some gold bugs ex
plain why the destruction of silver in
India can cause aucb fatal results to
that country, and the manifest inten
tionof desttoying it here can produce
such disastrous results in this country.
The gold standard advocate assumes
that silver is simply a commodity and
that its price is regulated by the sup
ply and demand, the same as wheat
and cotton, and attenptt to say that
gold is the unit of value and the only
standard of value which does not
fluctuate. If thia ia true, how waa it
that in 1873 gold advanced from 16
points to 22 points, and almost in a
single hour added six-sixteenths, or
37$ per cent to the value of tbe gold
dollar, and many millions to tbe na
tional debt, and caused the famous
panic of that year, while silver re
mained stationary? Tbe same ia true
of the present year. Within a few
mouths gold has made a second ad'
vance of sis points and is now twelve
points ahead of silver and manifestly
worth one-third more in the market
than at that time, without one grain
of gold having been added to its
weight, white silver remains stationary,
and the country ia passing through a
panic such as it has not known since
tbe identical causes forced the same
effects twenty years ago. It occurs to
us that it is gold and not ailver that
fluctuates. If silver agitation ia going
to have the effect of advanoing tbe
price of gold without adding anything
to its real value, and at the tame time
plunge the country into a financial
panic, then the sootier this silver busi
ness is dropped, the sooner will moue
tary conditions assume normal propor
tions, and the country return to the
old-time prosperity which it enjoyed
before all this agitation was heard of.
TBE SUPREMS H0N0B,
Senator Sherman truly represented
the position of tbe republican senators
when be said in tbe great speech be
made this week t "In times past we
never shrunk from responsibility. We
were republicans because we believed
ia republican principals and men and
measures , But whenever a question
came up that bad to be decided, we
never pleaded the baby act, or said
that we could not agree. We met to
gether in conclave and there agreed,
and in that way we passed all tbe great
lawa which have marked American
history in tbe last thirty years. Of
course democrats opposed us. I think
that if the republicans were to offer
the Ten Commandments or tbe Lord's
Prayer, the democrats would oppose
them. Now we do not staud in that
altitude. .We ask our brother senators
on the other aide to meet together and
consult with each other. If they do
not like the president's plans let them
give us some other, in God's name, and
let us settle this important question,
tad then ws will take it Into our con
sideration. If we can agree with you
we will do to. If wo cannot agree with
you we will not follow your example,
but will give you a manly 'No."
We must decide this silver question
one way or other. If you cannot do
it and will retire from the senate chain
ber we will fix it on this side of the
chamber, and do the best we can with
our silver friends who belong to us am
who are Mood of our blood aud bone
of our bone, but yours is the proper
duty; and, therefore, I beg of you, not
in reproach or anger, to perform it
You have the supreme honor of being
able to settle this question now; am)
you ought to do it. That ia all that
can ay." '
The silver democratic aenators
thought that Senator Sherman's advice
to "meet together," good, and prepared
a call for a democratic caucua binding
every signer to abide by the caucus de
cicioh. The administration, eeuators
mostly refuted to sign, knowing that
majority of the democratic senators
are opposed to the Vorhees bill and
that the caucus decision would conse
quently be against that bill, but a tuf
ticient number of signatures were se
cured to compel Senator Gorman
who is chairman of the caucus com
miltee, to call a caucus. But there
can be nothing definite about its actiou
because the democrats who do not at
tend will not be bound. It may, how
ever, result in getting the Silver demo
crats to agree upon some sort of com
promise, which they have not yet done.
Kkal estate sales aggregating $59,-
744 have been made in Columbia
county within the past fifty days, and
the deeds are now on record in the
clerk's office. This fact ia a strange
commentary on the hard times. To
our mind it is conclusive evidence
that tbe country is alright and will
continue to be so, notwithstanding the
prediction that we are a ruined com
munity. It cannot be denied that
money is scarce and the attendant
consequences very inconvenient, but
the fact that people continue to buy
land, build homes and make every
kind of improvement, ia satisfactory
evidence that they yet have faith in
tbe future of this country and are not
fratd that the dire calamity so vividly
predicted will bo realised very soon,
else why would people persist iu bat
arding their little fortunes, labor and
future happiness on a commodity that
they are told ia soon to become part
of a bankrupt, insolvent and rotten
govenrnient? People have not lost
confidence in this country, nor will
they ever do so; but the wheels of
progieas have been clogged for a short
season and the Bteady march of ad
vancement retarded, but let us be re
assured, for stagnation will not last,
and when tbe certain reaction comes
we will be more prosperous than ever,
and come smiling out of all our tribu
lations witn colors Dying and success
straight ohead of ut.
Walter Burriix, a wealthy whole
sale merchant of Portland, last Sun
day morning, earned the gratitude of
hia neighbors and administered sum
mary and well-merited punishment by
promptly shooting a burglar who had
entered me curreu nome tor tne pur
pose of robbing its occupants. The
burglar, whose name is Frank Stevens,
had burglarized the bouse twice before
within the previous three weeks and
had become so annoying that Mr. Bur-
rell decided to stop him. The police
had been notified of Stevens' opera
tions but had not been successful in
their efforts to stop him. On Sunday
morning Stevens entered tbe house
and supposing that Mr. Burrell had
gone duck shooting the night before,
be expected to frighten the ladies half
to death and have things his own way.
He was not verj careful in bis move
ments and bad been in the bouse but
few minules when he heard the
click of a shotguu trigger and quickly
bolted for the window through which
be had entered. He bad just reached
the ground when Mr. Burrell appeared
the window aud salted bim good
with a load of coarse bird shot. Stev
ens fell on hit face perhaps fatally in
jured and was taken to tbe police sta
tion where he confessed to tbe two for
mer burglaries and told where he had
hidden a valuable watch under a side
walk which he had stolen from Mr.
If Mr. Cleveland had not called off
the administration senators a compro
mise would have been reached early
this week . How this affected the si!
ver democrats may bo judged by Sena
tor Morgan's criticism of him in
speech, lie said; "I am nut disposed
to say to the president t When you
leave the executive mansion ami come
here to guide us iu legislation, you
must not feel at all affronted if we
lake up the veto power and use it on
you. You s!i ill uot interfere with us:
How the two wings of the democratic
party can be got -together is not at
this time apparent.
The democratic members of tl
House Ways and Means committee
say that the imposition of an income
lax hiia been decided upon that it only
remains to determine where it shall be
ginthe lowest income that shall be
taxedwhat tbe rate of taxation shall
be and how it shxll be collected.
Circuit Court Notes.
In the matter of bills allowed. C. M
White, exnertina books of various eountv
Stat, Wm. Wilson, continued for term
ana Mil tsxei at sumo.
HeflKmi vs Builders Sash and Door Man-
ufaitnrina Company, Judgment and decree.
Robinson vs hmerson. stimilate. in open
court that the case be tried in open court
without jurv , at adjourned term.
Jurv dismissed: Huebes and Downing-
Carroll va Carroll, decree (ranted and
trial fee and reporter's fee remitted.
JIavnard vs Mavuard. decree of divorce
m . h. Miner vs uuigtey. order lor coimn
Urahani vs Graham, decree of divorce
aimer vs utueiev, rase dismissed.
Miller vs Burner, defendant recovers coats
and plaintiff allowed until December iiOth
to tile Dill ol exceptions.
Kidgway vs Harris, decree of foreclos
Gildnervs Jaqtrish, set for trial Dec. 1st.
Thorn oson vs Atescber. demurer over
rule and two days Riven to answer. Re
ply to be heard on first dav of adiourned
term, December 2U.
Benedictus DeWitd. a former rubiect of
the kin of Belxium. admitted to citisen-
Moore vs Moore, each party to pay own
Tfcy Jlre Their Meaaoa.
Perhaps some of our readers would like
to kuow in what respect Chamberlain s
Couch Remedy if better than any other.
When this remedy is takes as soon as
cold has been contracted, and before it has
become settled in the system, it will coun
teract the etfrt-t of the cold and areatlv lev
sen its seventy, and it is tbe only remedy
that WM do this, it acta in perfect Bar-
monv with nature and aids nature In re
lieving the lungs, opening the secretions,
liquefying the mucuous and causing: the
expulsion from the air cells of the lungs
nd restoring tne system to a healthier and
and strong condition. No other remedy
in the market possesses these remarkable
properties. No other will cure a cold so
quickly. For s le by Liiwin Boss.
Mr. Hunt has organized a class in steno
graphy and typewriting.
There has been a committee nf the fae
lty appointed to have supervision of tbe
D 1 r..tl . . 1 . T. Ti
ll, r. iutiiKey, county ciera 01 rw
county, addressed the students in thechnp
pel, October 11. Mr Mulkey was formerly
a student-1 me normal Senator Maw
ley also addressed the students iu chappel
President Bio's, of the State Agricultural
College, of Corvalis. gave a very Interest
ing lecture ia the Normal chapel. Sunday
afternoon, October 22. this Is the first of a
series of lectures that is to be given in the
chapel on Sunday afternoons during the
Misses Brace and Avers, professors ia
the musical department, bave arranged for
a recital once a month. They intend to
take up tbe work of an author and study
his life and character of his music. The
programme will be made of selections from
the author they are studying.
Am Old Soldier Blade Happy.
'During my teim of service in tbe armv
contracted chronic diarrhoea." savs A. K.
Bending, of Halsey, Oregon. "Since then
I bave used a great deal of medicine, but
I found any medicine that would give me
any relief it would injure my stomach, un
til Ceamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diar
rhone Remedy was brought to my notice.
I used it and will say it is the only remedy
that gave me permanent relief and no bad
results follow." For sale bv Edwin Boas.
'nit iPnnui cn b bad cheap for cash by
rOlt ir66S PP')"n " Hotadar, Soap-
S rears Old. K U SID ncr hnndrad Primes
and other varieties.
A few full-blooded
Shropshire sheep for
aalA ram ami -.wm.
Apply at W. W. West's place, Scappoose, Oregon.
The Ccsnty Treasnrer
and Saturdays of each week.
Can be seen at
8L Helens en
Slowly but surely the democrats
are carrying out tbe threat of Senator
Blackburn, to repeal every vestige of
war legislation. The house this week
passed a bill amending the revised
statutes so that proof of loyalty shall
not be necessary in any application
for bounty land where the proof other
wise shows that the applicant is enti
Groveb Cleveland bas sent bis ul
timatum to congress. It is nd compromise.
Executed at thia nffle la a
stylish manner, and at orlee-
to Suit the tlmM. rnv.!nnM
bill heads, letter heads, business and visiting
cards, blanks, and in fact, the offlca Is better
equipped lhan ever before to turn out all classes
of commercial Job printing.
Notice for Publican..
.... - tand OIKee at Oregon City, Oregon.
OctAhar i 1HIM.
VTOTICB Is hereby given that the hUlowlng-
a. i iimfuea seiner nHfl nieu notice or nis inten
lion to make final proof iu auupurt of his olalw
and thai aald unv.il will ha mail hofam iha
County clork of Columbia county, at BU iieleus,
uioguu, vn imvmnpr in, ibw, Til;
LEWIS) I,. (1KIFTIN,
Homestead eniry No. am tor the southeast
of southwest U and lot 7. aeetlon 6, mid the
nnnneasiuoi tne nortliwsst X and lot 1,
section 7, township 7 north, ranae S west.
He names the following wittiest to prove his
wiiuiinuua resiusnce upon ana cultivation oi
suit) land, vis:
Martin White, R. A. Lllllch, H. B. Olenn aud
a. 4. Muigiey, an ol quincy, Columbia county,
vii. mi nuutKi a. jih-i.hk, negitier.
CoVKvr TstAStiaiR's Orrics. 1
St. Hklkms. OMKfwvii. lie 97 IROA I
Notice is kereby given that all unpa d
County Warrants of said cot ntv wliitsh
have been presented and endorsed "Not
Paid for Want of Funds,-' up to November
ou. istii, win im paid upon pres. ntation at
this office. Interest on said wnrrantt will
not be allowed after dnto of this notice.
K M. V II A H I ON.
Treasurer of Columbia County, Oregon
NOTICE 18 HERKIiY OIVKN THAT
for the purpose of making nn examination
of all persons who mav otter themselves as
candidates for teachers of the schools ol
tins county, the County Hrhcol Saperin.
tendent thereof wilt hold a public examine
Hon at (St. Helens, Oregon, comnieiictnar at
1 o'closk, P. M. on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 1893.
T. J. 1'LKH.TUN .
County School Superintendent Co . County
uatea tnis icotii aay oi uctoocr, iroi.
Nat tee eg Final Settlement.
Court of the Btata of Ore-
tbe estate of Charles
In the Count;
Ron, for Columbia county
In the matter of
NOTH'K i hereby clven that the admin
istrator of said estate has Aled hia Hmil ac
count in the above-entitled court, and by
virtue of an order of the Hon. Dean Blanch
ard, judge thereof, a final hearing will be
had thereon before said court at St. Helens
at the county court bouse, on Monday. No
vember 6th, 1893, at the hour of 10 oV-l. ck
A. M .. when and where anv Person inter-
estea may appear ana contest the same.
Dated Sept. 23. 18U3. Administrator, Etc
Petition for Liquor License.
To the Honorable Countv Court of Co
luinhia County. Stata of (ImMin.
We. the undersigned leeral voters resldin
in ieer isana preci.ict, loiuinoia county,
State of Oregon, wouid reapei-tiullv peti
tion valir Imnarahld, ImiiIv at lla nt mi.
mar term oi court to ee held in the court
house in the city of St. Helens. Columbia
countv. Oregon, on Wednesday. November
8th, A. U 1893, that a license be granted to
Fred fiussbaumer to sell suirltuous wines
and malt liauors in Quantities less than
one gallon, in Deer Island precinct, Co
lumbia county. State of Oregon, and that
such license be issued for the period of one
year. For all of wh.cb your petitioners
win wTer pry: erana nerger, jeeoo rurrer,
William Vanorer. Toma Tomsson. f. Farrer.
David Ballanlr. C. KraUke. Fred llonaehan.
D. Link. 0. 8. Foster W. E. Bellenlr, O. A.
Wood. r. Nead. Ed. H. Black. Dam Howe,
Henry Black, Jacob Lengacher, L T Van.iver,
John Lamott. Samuel Mnnn. John Deme-iue,
Fred Abies, L Brdaley. J H. Blaksler, E. Beffen,
Waller H. Devered, Jac Nussbaumer, Thoutas
hinnev. Joan w rairr. a a rn r. wm unwd.
K W Fowler. J M Fowler, C J Fair, J W Farr,
Joseph Both. B Harard. O O'Brien, J Beverson,
A F Bataon, J M Spencer. H C Brown, Jas Ken
nedy, Mm Miller, John Feiiersen, Joe Lorenuo.
Charles A- Link. R W ... Jnlm Prr
O. P., rrnes, B. H. Neer, A. Neer. Bouy Reed,
o. uuaner. roster Ur.-wiey. Bwen KilcKson,
C. Anderson. J. A Kin. Joe Stark. F. II.
Swager. J. B Haley. Jacob Zwineli. M. W.
Bradley R K. Foster. P. P. Ramiirh. Vr
Bucber, Joe Lawrence, R. AuttTker, Pied
aooei, t-nu-ttan relber. John Mlerl, Kdwanl
Black, Oabriel Jenny. Wm. Clark. Cbas. Clerk,
F. L. Clark. John R Ziller. da Nnn.r. (lot.
lleb Antliker, W. W. Cole, O. C. Jaqui b. A.
A. Horn, John Carlson, E. Vlcker, K-bert
Harrison, John sfoline, W. P. MeOons'd W
Fulley, W. Lewis, Geo. M. Haner. Viktor Furrer.
UA VEJTOU DACKA CHE t
fsflasimatiua cf the Blad
der, Yellow Water, Brick
Osst Sediment la Urine,
Burning Sensation, Pais
ia the Back, and all Dis
eases of the Kidneys.
Hot and Cold Water.
CLEAN TOWELS A SPECIALTY.
Liyery and Feed Stable,
THOS. COOPER, Prep.
to St. Helens bring your team mid
nave it cared lor at our
MRS. C. L. COLBURN, Frop'r.
TRIMMED TO ORDER.
St. Helens Hotel
J, George, Proprietor,
Tables always supplied with the best edibles
and delicacies the market affords.
TERMS REASONABLE FOR
Having been newly refurnished, we
are prepared to give satisfaction to all
our patrons, and solicit a share of your
0.11 KannfactnriBE Co, "SEW
For 8alc by Edwin Ross, St. Helens, Or.
ALL KINDS OF-
resti and Salted Meats,
SAtJHAGE AND FISH.
Meats by Wholesale at Special
Express wagon ran to all parts of town,
ana cnarges reiisouaiue.
Wart ft KwMtlflnr.
AlUl ti VS. M II UVUUUU
St. Helens. Oregon.
THE WELL KNOWN FIRM OF
J. I. MOYER & CO.,
.40 FIRST STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON,
Advertise to Glosn Ont their Entire Stock
-ON ACCOUNT OF
Dissolution of Co-Partncrsliip
The goods carried by this firm are well-known, and hays given
satisfaction to every purchaser. Their stwk Is complete In every
respect and they otiur their Hit. lines ot Imported goods at ,
NEW YORK COST,
And thslr sterling lines of Or gon-iuads goods at
Of manufacture. They offer 826 lines of men's suits In crepe,
clays, diagonals, cheviots, meltons, kerseys and tweeds; 1(10
lines ot overcoats in aerseys, nienons, waver m viuum.
uni onise, airrare, ihu . n v. , ... ...
ehevlnts. chinchillas, serves, mohairs and tweeds; 7ft lines of
trousers In every conceivable patterns 80 lines of boy's suits
cheviots, serges, casimerea, worsteds anil tweeds s lines
of knee pants suits of all grades; large lines of furnishing gooir,
bata, umbrellas and mackintoshes. In all. the stock con
stats of over 0,000 worlb of first-class, seasonable goods, sold at
This is an opportunity that should not be neglected. The
entire stock of cluthtng is placed In stacks with pries ur.dcrnealb
In plain figures, each suck containing goods ot one price.
In the Interior will find this a splendid chance to purchase
AT NEW YORK COST
And Save Freight. Goods Sold for Gash Only.
0. A. MASH IK,
M l Mi l
Knowlnr themseires Indebted to
the late Arm of Foster Foster, of
Reuben. Oraeoti. ithv h ., n.
ww kwusi, cusirictca pnw to June 1, 1999,
will save costs snd trouble by settlinc the same
witn mcuD,si my omee in Ht. Helens. X.
C. WATTS, administrator of the estate of K. O.
roster, deceased. novZt
Notice Is hereby aiven
that the officers and raera-
Nn 11T 1 n n V u. n -.
plessed to inform the public that they are now
offering lota for aal. at a reasonable price. In
their burial around. Th. price on lots 1020
feet being 110 a lot, and the price of any of the
larger lots can be obtained from the board of
trustees, who are C. B. Hart, M. F. Hazea and
O. A. Massle. Now being the time to procure
ehoic. kits, first come Ant served. The south
".vvwmwwrj naa ueen s asiae lor
the public while the north one half has been
reaerveo for H mAmKAM nf . i. . .j
one desiring information or wishing to procure
a lot ran do ma h nnnrrrln aith . . -A
trustees. By order of th. LOdze.
A Specific lor C'rwns).
"I consider Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy a specific for croup, it is very pieas-
" w wmuu is one 01 tne most im
portant requisites where a cough remedy is
intended for use among children. I bave
known of cases of croup where I know the
life of the little one was saved by the use of
Chamberlain's Croup Remedy." J.J. La-
wrange. rjrueglst, Avoca. Nebraska. 60
o-nt uot lies tor sate by JSdwin Koss.
Ths only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alam.
Used ia Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Tbe Grand March will take place at
8 o'clock sharp.
TICKETS, WITH 8UPPEE, 11.50.
Prizes are te be given tor the best and
poorest dancers ; most comic char
acter, both lady and gent,
SPECTATORS TICCETS 25 CENTS.
Brice's orchestra has been engaged to
furnish ibe music.
EVERYBODY 18 INVITED.
. H. DECKER,
The old and reliable barber has his
razors just as sharp as can be found,
and will shave you comfortably and
quickly foi only fifteen cents.
Give Him a Call at the Old Stand,
Exchange bought and sold
lowed un time deposits.
general banking business.
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Cavssts. and Trade-Msrks obtained, and all Vt-
MMismmss conducted lor Mooiaarc Fcta.
flw amee SiMiiti II . . , r amet
sod ws can secure patent ia less mas laaa Ihoa.
rcmots from Hssaingion.
Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip
tion. We adelss. If pslen table or net, free of
charge. Our fae not due till patent Is secured.
A peMLCT, "How to Obtain Pst.nls," with
oast ot same in the U. 3. and ferslgaewuauiea
sent free. Address,
os. fianarr Orrier. tuaaHiaavo. D . e . .
Some "Good Buys
roi sal ar
D. T. Switzer,
ST. HELENS, - OREGON,
The southwest M of section 82. and the
southeast M ol the southeast W of section
31, and west U of tbe southwest ii of sec
tion 81, township 7 north, range 2 west, 280
acres, I7.&0 per acre.
The southeast W of the southeast Ki ot
section 3H, township 7 north, range 2 west,
40 acres at tS per acre.
The northwest W of section A ttwnahln
6 north, range 2 west, containing 100 acres,
$10 per acre.
185 acres In section 3. townshln 7 north.
range 2 west. A one and one-half store
house, 1028; barn, 18x30, with sheds: 16
acres cleared, 100 in pasture, 1 acre of
prunes, bearing, other fruits, cuts SO tons
of hay. Price $2,600. Terms easy.
160 acres Of land, house and ham. 1ft
acres cleared and fenced, some fruit trees
bearing. Price $10 per acre. Terms easy.
Terms One-third cash, balanee aeenrad
by mortgage at 8 per cent, interest.
THE IOWA JEWELER,
A. N. WRIGHT.
Souvenir Spoons a Specialty.
Special Attention to f atel Repairing.
M0RRI80N ST., Op. P. 0., PORTLAND,
Jo i on Dra
OF CODRSE YOD DO.
SUCH BEING THR CASK, It behooves
yau to lind the must tlfirelds place to
purchase vonr ' invigorator."
Keeps constantly on hand the famous
Cuban Blossom Cigars.
Tbe finest line nf Wines liquors and
i nf r
Claim to be found this side
land. And if ou wish
sngiiKt in a trains of
POOL OR BILLIARDS.
They can assure you that they have the
best table In town. Kverylliing new and
neat, and your patronage is respectfully
Mi Helens, Orsgoo.
Tbe Leading Merchants
A. H. BLAKE8LEY, Prop.
Tbe Table will be Supplied with the
Beat the Market Afford.
RATES ARE REASONABLE.
Board by the Day, Week or Month
A Share of Your Patronage is Solicited.
Vernonia and Cornelius
Write to Cornelias for Stage
Supplies for Campers and Fish
Vernonia and Cornelius. Or.
LEARN TELEGRAPHY! IVJay'
Address 1. 0. HEYMORRER, Oreconlan Bid.
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hay, Flour and Feed.
Astoria Marble Works,
j. h. iMiiorr, rRo'r.
MANUFACTURER Of (
Marble and Granite
All Kinds of Cemetery Worn.
FOOT OF OI.MEY ITREET,
ASTORIA, :t: OREGON.
I. STAN WOOO, rrayXr.
ST. HELENS, . . OREO OK.
Lienors and Cigars. Beer 5 Cts.
Billard and Pool Table
for b Pooommodatioa qf Patron
TOURIST AID FAMILY BEIDQUAITEM.
New York Restaurant.
Anderson Beaejet, Fropritton.
M. 11 First UfNt,
St. Helens, Oregon,!
PORTLAND, - , OREQQN,