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lulled Htutri anil County Official hfti
He. Helmia, November at. IHHil
Ill cnnlthlllllf'llltoll Mailt to Tiim Mill - ....i.
11cm I lin must h n i ik ii ii'it by tli ti it tliitr'M
resl tisin. Him mil s i t on pninm shine, Wn
iln nut wind tlx iihiiik for titilil U-hIIoii , hut ,ln
vlU'ii of ftit'iii fnltli, t'iiriiiiiintiiii'n with
nut th writer's asms ei'iiinpsiii-hig vvlil lie
cousin ncl In tliu waste hitskot.
11. V. Oiltnnr, of 8.i!m, was in tuwn
during the week.
District At lorniy Uurmtt, of Hill
torn, iulil this place u ullloial visit
Purr Keasey, of Id-asay postolllcri,
till" county, was in St. llolun the
early part of tho week.
8ce the notice of milit of i Miintztn
" mill in uiiollier t'nliimn. Hula to tuloi
plneo nq llio 4 tli of December.
Clllllit'.V O'OOHIHT, llf (llllllCHP,Vllsh
initton county, was vlsitinif in t li
place tlili week, tho Knot of Jm, Cox.
" ' Chil Mtrvan I wife, of Orottoti
City, w.i rt) viitiun in tli i plaint mill
At Milton li t H.tlin lny nnil Sunday.
Wiltfhl, Tho Iiw Jeweler, lot the
finest lioa of Watches mill Juwulry.
305 Morrison street, Portland.
f Tim saw were flniiiui in Mncklc
; Hro. mill Saturday, Tiiu iiinMr lm
j einao been hojil busy preparing' dressed
y The county court is working hnrl
oil tilt) book tif tho delinquent county
iflk'inl, and lira making satisfactory
A friwg of linemen have put In scv
, erl day lately inskiny Kf neral icpitir
on the Pacific Postal Telegraph CV.
linn lit thin vitiniiy.
Linloy Mut'kor left Saturday fur De
lano, California, .where. If will vi.it hi
sister wlio livo lit that pi ice. Mr.
Meeker will bo absent about two
Poll winter's upon u and chilly
wind war, but "buslue I burnt-,"
nt DolniMit' li in-; i-mnt- lo Kt. Helmut
nnil lny in supplies, tin! It.i rui ii you
find are a ibjiiiug orprie,
f Sheriff Mir, Davu Davis, of TllB
Mist, and Dr. ChlT have received
invitations to lie present nt llio exeuii
i tion of llaiirmi and Meter, the CI ttsop
county niirilrcr, on December 1st.
Columbia' count b'i four jumm
lruwn toif on tlm Vuit.Ml 8tHtf Krnnl
, jury t rurll.tnil, in lliB Cfli'liruti'H
nUfgliu i!it'. , Jliuy rn C. N
O.ibl.i.tif tht (illic it. A. C'otlim, of
H.oilton, S. Tinglu iw II. Cri, of
Thb MrftT h in recMpl of throw wnn
)rfully liuu nl.ii(i Ij-u;ii lli furui of
. V, kyto-f, of lftit.' - One tf Jlif
l-itot-ii i.'n Vbit Elfpiimil mi l weii;h
tbrw) poitii'l!). T'tfl Miliar two nii;jh
twit ii oil oii-tri( pon i'l cad), and ar!
of ilni tMily toxu Viiriuiy. .
Tt lit 'foimon of euohliiito wtn'oli
f ill iwu.l tho r.iiusof X(iniibcr Irli to
7tb, n tiroiishl to n iibnipt titrmiiiri
ti.in t 8 u'fliii'k .Hiiml iy pvfiiinfr wliru
tli t iky lioc.iuitj iiVMitiitxt with .b'ci.liMlly
K moist (nuking floiuU, Hod llni r-i;ii!ii-tion
"iiiUf ho$.u to f.ill in riijiou
vonsiniurrit. lJiiing ttccitli'iils '
Ii ip to tea tho nu Hgiiin ulmut ttie
Cih of i!Xt July.
TltB niwliciiHratnrnity of Bl. TTeliom
will, iioU Wtiok', rt'foive it vnlmihlu ml
diiioit in ibo pemon of Dr. P'Witrnoi
Kelly, lw '( KmiiM. Dr. Krlly
ban j"ilt piiH.d biKbly Hiilii-fiit'tory
(XHitiimoioti bcf.iiB tin Sunt! Hi turd of
Medical E.tiiiui-rei fur Ori'Km, ttixl
conicit wvll ivoonion'ii'lt'il. Tho doctor
nnd bin fttioily will lot dirtbb ml
di tion to tho orii'ty of our city, md
wo tiike pleaiturti ill extBiidiitg them
A Mmouri editor lm ft stibwcribpr
who (ft drunk evry lit le wliiln and
invariably insist on prtyiog yottiV
"ubtiriiiion. Ha now lm hi ul
cription pnid fur in itdvitncti up ti
twonty hutitlrt'il tinil twumynii.
wmb the editor of tlutl per would
find out wlmt brand of wbinkfiy thai
follow drink nnd amid uh ft few gal
lull. We will py him a good price
for it, nd if it lm tho mmu -tTect on
im of our ubsoriber we will take a
Imrrul of it.
A youn? ooti of Geo. L'iiurd, of
(Snuvir Islaud, wan very btllv injured
in ti runaway tti-t id. nl Thun-diiy
fU-raoon. The littlo fil"W wuh Mi
littitiK on a whrou loud of woo l arj
whilu Mr. Leonard' back was turned
for a moment th horse nturled to run.
The boy w thrown tiff the witnon
antl bail hi rilit tliinh bone broken
jtit below the hip joint. II J
brought to St II den where the frae
turo wa redncnl by Dr. Cliff. 'lh
break i a bad one, and may rentilt in
A nnmhor of block mnker who nre
her wuitiui! to be paid their wnpof
for the Taenia contiaet, got too much
fighting whhdcrv alwwrd Wdnewlity
nitfht. and induliTod in ft fre.i-tor-itll
fight In which numerouit eye were
Hlmdod and hoatU broken. Dunn the
.iogre .f the "nerup" ft Swetlo num. rt
J'earson drew a knife and climbed J.ick
Whalen'e throat in a frightful miiii
....h il.u lrnifii onlv miuiuit hi left
iiiKulur by the nixteenth of hii inch.
i'f.iiHiin men iiitt.i """,' ,
Whtilon and hi friend who followed
'"aron to Uice' wharf, where;
they forced him to jump overboard.
Froty mornintr and unny day
have had the effect of putting the
horietletdi in this neighborhood on it
metal, and aeveral runaway accident
liave renulted. Krid.ty nioroing a team
belonging io Gnat Wiksironi wn
driven to Muekle Bp.8. More for the
purpOH of taking on a l-ad of provi"
inn. The horse got ready to t-ttrt
before the driver did, and lit out to
ward the court hono at a Nancy
Hank (?'' Tl"'y t,i,'1 ' '"""Kj1
the gate leading to George Lomotil
barn, but mto'd the gate o,nn ten
feel anrl yilcil up on ft picket fence all
in aheap. Both home miraculously
eeuped without injury, aud the wagon
nnw? ,mvln, r"col(I woather'liera
.'!!!'"' IV 1"01'1"1 ,,! t Tho. Daw
Khly etijoytui hy wh,, attwitltid.
uVa,ilA"mn .wi" 0"" 'o"i'ii,"cn the
e retlnii uf new Iiuii.h mi I.U lioiutiHca I,
lilm lirhig it li.lcj,) tollw In It.
f..." "I"''1 ")'un '.'r ,rhmi Wl"' Mlftok.
roril uml found tlmt lm i,t,l llt tle
cut ImhIiium ii,, ml nll kill(l4 , cai
ru'li' " 'l C0I" ",rly volJ lbv
Tli arront of Mr. bna w t titrprh to
Mi !.; (i of M'lyKttr. John Ilolt.iian uml
Mr. Mnitlur WBtitio Ht. IMi'in in hticoniv
hi rely for lilaiiicaraiii it tint nroliinliiary
An I'lt.Tnttliin hooIiI cvi'nt In the tthaini
or a wnl'l ii Wi iUKt ,, ,, Hlm.
lay, tliu 2 It t Harry Coloiiiau anil one of
1110 otfl of Mayxtir will hit the uurile to re
ivu tho cuiigritiiilut.oiii).
Alrit A. Croktsr, of till plane, lum none
lulu lint poiihry Imi-Iiiok, iii1 bIiowimI ii
mnim Vuiv nice Uinta, Hut hjiiiii of tht'iti
are llio a Iml.l IimiiM nmii-liuv no f. th
er In cvitr t, 10,11. Mr. Orokor la uuiy
inukiiiK j.icactii to keep thi'in warm,
W n. Hlaugliuir, a inmiiher nf tli firm of
W. M i,vr At !n., Ii wrloiMly ihlnkliiK of
Itiillillnn mo'llu lluiiif. That in, rniiiitiiK
01111 ntruiiihl throiiKh the hill. An a pnic
tlniil Hume liullittir ilit not tl inlit that lo
u Mild iniik wut.ir ti uliiiont run up hill
uml pack huo.I uhli It. Wo hop to nt il
Our road ra In a viry dcplnralils con
ililioii, i'iii'i'lllv the on oftw. i lieru uml
t''itik 111I11, wnlch in Homo iilu.m in In kucIi
had 1 1 at io Hint a niun with rid curt lia
10 nlx-zntt ul. 111 to dear tho lou, and In
oilier It lino cretiked that u 11111 Would
' i a no it ho lliin row in xoiiiD of lli turn'.
Wit Mo 11 it wikIi to poKv a a kicker, but we
lollkti lo m-e a 1 oh' I one van walk along
Without guitinjc droanvil.
Captain Caple'a new wow la loading wot d
I, Ink Ktnliinan has returned from Co't
creek wham ho hu been driving Uuim.
H. F. Work has returned from Wind
river, where ha hat tmcn driving leant.
Mm. Wiigniiliaiiiiner, of Portland, is vis
iting Iter aiAlvr, Mm. II. C. lliowu, of Hhdo
Jim Mi'Vanuht 111 and D. Ilavtrd are get
tinK urn mi'iiu itM I'iiinit to be ttced on the
oouthcru I'auiliu rullioau.
Jay Art'lilhiil l diilot ateil tils arm on? tiny
lul tvt'fk. but foilunati'ly got it et ujjuin
w it Hunt any lriittlil.
The saloons of Miller llrud'cy, of Keu
hrn.aml Kr ai Niisiiaiinicr, of OuIjI", hiiv -lie.n
iwii'olhl ik-d, llio onti ut Uciibcn be
tllj( Vjl-' llfll.
Owing to lack of wtr McN'augliltm w n
coni'i'lii"l to lluiiie tilling duiida.t. y. t Jim
xavs a- 1'iiu " "1" Mini is on 111s uo ue
will pull tiiu polos through.
It was very kind In the life nvlng erew at
Point Attains in scud up a man 10 rescue
two vomer ladles who were mIkiiiI to ho
suns in I ho sirunilo'l liar 01 courisinp,
but from the api caraucn of dvud 1jx sal
mon that can be ten II mil 1 a down (iolilc
(Ti-i k it wits nut so kind in the eyes 01' two
yntiux men who had, for tliu lust six
tuouilis bvfii trying to riisene them.
Wo will let you hear from the restued
next Wi"'k it there 1.1 any change.
We it rt our old frle'id Uen.de Neer the
nl Iter day and when we asked hlm itheni
ha was goliiK he ssi'l too unci uiusii' an I
n hir-l Kin! cii-hlon eat wannn good for liii
he ihli. mi l he ihoulit he wov d try I1.1U.
in cord wood for a change.
Th neoi'le of this place are con'derlng
how they will spend Tliaiik-guin I lie
tnaj urliv stiein lo favor c leliratnnj Ii e3Uh,
hut we saw V.A Kowler going tioino witli
some Hue duck and he lll cmeiiralu with
tin- ijiiv 'i our it he ha lo eat alone, rer
Imj.s he is liyht. '
Alternate eiiiisliinment ol fine nnd foul
weather eoiitt itt.'S In tlil i locality. . n.l our
l a. a tmll gautu which lias h.-i-ti all the raic
l!d. situtiiier, will have 10 ho ili-c 'tiiinued
until irliijr. the Kalamat have I), en iilay
ing the 'hililes and hiive in l ie ii hi; lily in-teri-liiig
tor apectitlor 011 tfitudtiyi at Kuu
We also met Kd nutts. from the life snv
loir .1. nl, in at caoc lli-nlil"iliilnii nt. If ani'
of trie ercw has ever dona a nritve detd w
think li s I'M . for lie n scu.'il two v. ling
tri Ii uf this place from a al f;tc. 1 lie
Vlintlll ItllllCS tUOIIUUl lliey imrmiiii yi i.T
'.in.ioinlv over the sett of matrimony in
tiit-lr frail hark of hopes wln-n, a' nost ti o
lite, they were discovered liy tins brave
In. I whoc.ist his lioi'k into th pond, and
ull-r 11 ha-'l si 'ge nf four days lainied Ids
I'leelous priitos safe on shore where be was
welcomed by (lie parents.
Ilavard and MoSanebtmi bve been put
ting I t some Hue cedar piluiK for If. ti.
Iloithwick. The pilings ar- soveiny feel
long and twelve Inches In tpaniotcr at the
fop. This niaki's a very large stick to run
in a Hume. They are cut at "oureacillc
and run dawn Die 0 It. I.. V. (Vs., Hume
lo Oiil.lc, where they will he 1 aided on
t'apt. I'liiwlan l's srtjw aud taken lo Port
land, Tliev have bad a large crew of men
nl work an.'l we hope In see them do well.
We like to see II. 11 among us once more.
It .....in like old limes tn see him nt the
head of a irnng with his peavie breaking a
lain in (lie Hume. sir. tsonnwic- is h uo.,..
bu-iiiess man and the people in Mils vicinity
will know how to uppreciato him should he
lake hold of this properly again
Use Pride of Japan Tea.
A light now fell on Wednesday
evening at this place, but was of short
tin ml ion.
Thanksgiving Petinovcr, wag not
observed ny St. Ilelenile yesterday,
They prefer waitiug a week.
Count v Treasurer E.
ha been drawn on the
grauii j't'j wuivii id u. ... ovoa.v. ...
What tbe medical fraternity terms
miliaria1, grippe ha a bold on many of
81. Helena' rosidouts, and considerable
guffering i experienced.
An interesting communication from
Columbia City and one from D'er Is
land arrived last evening too late for
appearance in thi issue.
Governor McKinluy, of Ohio, ha in
nod il Thanksciving proclamation 'o
his people, proclaiming Thursday No
vember 30th, Thanksgiving.
Jack, the "slasher," ha threatened
the Whim house untl President Cleve
land. He state in a letter that he
will carry out hi plan in defiance of
Times are dull but Mr. Dolman
don't seem to have found it out. He
con tin 110a lo makn neetlort improie
nienls to hi store, and continue to
dock up in general morchand so.
The Missionary Jiihihe Singer gave
an entertainment at the opera house
Wednesday evening to a fair audience.
They announced their intention to
,1 nut her concert here tnwnrrow
sl..i..d..tr nvrn nir. TheV MOlT nilltej
well, and an hour can be rather pleas-
ally spent lUleniog to tbeoi,
TIIU COVNTV'H BCBINEHS.
The OoinmlMlonere at Work at the
In the matter of cancellation of out
standing county warrant.
It appearing to the Court that war
rant itinounling to are liable lo
cancellation on account of statute of
limitation, ihn aitl warrant tinting
from July, 18HIJ to January, 1880, in
ulnsivn. In I he matter of scttlnmettt with
uounty oillcer according to rttport of
U. M. White, tlie followingolHcer filml
supplemental report and formal no.
tice of protest to the report of the ex
pert: K. B. Quick, G. A. Maasie, T.
U. WatU and W. A. Meeker.
In tho matter of tho legal opinion of
W. J. Rice, altirncy for Cnlumbia
aounly, in the matter of settling with
various county olllcer. It i ordered
that the said opinion be received and
lilnd, aud spread upon the journal of
this court in the proceeding of thi
In the matter of the nupplomental
report and protest of N. C. Dale. Or
der made to make an additional rebate
of $0 of the amount charged aguinst
Olid X. C. Dale in the report of Expert
C. M. White.
Irwin, B C, blank books $20 00
Cliff, If K, medical attendance
on Rose family. 35 00
Watt. T C. ehuiuinaii road sur
vey .N'o 94, Corli road 2 60
Meservc, L J, name 2 40
Corliss. 11 A. marker, anie. ... 2 40
Swinrnr. J. H. court house Still'
pile 1 00
Dolman. W II. coal oil 100
Orchard & Jones, water rent for
court Iioiiho 3 00
Ross. E. medicine for Kue fam
ily 9 50
Meslou & Dygcrt, blank books.. 70 50
Deed. J A. bounty on sculp.. .14 03
Armstrong. J 1). state V J. L.
Armalrnnir 3 90
D inner, A A, same 3 90
Duncan, J 1!, same 3 90
Armatrtmtr. A E. same 3 90
Orewcll. H T.snme 1 0
West. W W. same 3 30
Walt. J Q. witness fee. same. . 3 30
Anderson, same 1 20
Weaver, same 1 20
Godfrey, J B, juror, same. 1 20
Ueegle, J. same 1 20
McDonald, A, amn 1 20
D.tvis. A. game 1 20
Blakeslcy, A II, justice' fees,
Hull. J K. in-lica fee. Webber
vaSanimlTedford . 5 70
liable, A B, coustabls fees... 1 00
Rice, J N, deputy aheriff 15 60
Douii.J B, justice fee, stale v
J R Headle... 4 60
D01111, J II, constable, same. ... 6 20
Bock, C A, witness fees, same. . 2 50
I'tirchard, Charle. same .... 2 30
Brown, W L, a.iuie. . . ; 2 40
Buck. Viruie. ame J 50
Doan.J B, justice fees, still e vs
J K Bourne 8 40
Doiin, J II, eonstalibi fees, iiuie 9 75
Lovelace, Thtm, witness, same. . 2 10
Wood, K-ic.ntnie 1 W)
rfte liuiau, Dm, same 1 80
Stchnian, Albert, sinie 1 80
HnndclN, John, same 1 feO
Stehmati. Jobit, same. 1 . . .- ... 1 8!)
Pilchard, Chaile. emiie 2 3 )
Lovelace, R N, juror, same 1 00
Hudson, .lauu'H. same. 1 00
(Munch. W E. ime.... 1 00
Jordan, L N.same 1 00
Johnson, It G, sumo 1 J
Huhcr, lLmrv, support of K-j-bucc
Hnbnr 32 00
.faquish, G C, juror, October
leim circuit court if
Colvio, T C, ame 2J 20
Parker, U L, Mine ,. . Ti w
Roberts, W M, nine 22 20
Brown, II C, s uite 21 40
June, C II, same 2S
lies. W H,iiiue 24W
Woodruff. T H. same 19 80
Fowler, E W, same 10 00
Wilson, Jared, ame 23 00
NanValkiiigberg, U E, same.. 32 00
Kay, Jesse, game 20 20
Lni'ikey, Frank, same 32 00
Wilson, Oliver, same 30 00
Freeman, D W, game 32 00
Dsvwalt. G T. game 32 00
Swager, J II, same 18 20
Sunburn. W J, same 5M i
Baker, 1) K, same 33 20
Hudson, James, same 22 40
Pavne. R 8, same 28 60
Moslter, C W, same 22 40
Olson, C L, same 19 80
Coiiyers, W E, game 12 00
Lintigien.G, same 13 80
Lang, Gustave, sBine 4 60
Mouogan, r red, witness loos De
fore grant! jury . .
Demoyuc, John, same. ........
Many, Alvit, sumo. .
G rail 11 111, Lizzie, same
McDonald, Ruriy, same
Graham, M E.same.
Lindsey, Mr A, same.'. .......
Milliliter, John, same.
guversou, Jabob, same
C..iiley, Foster, same. . . .
Uialiani, Lizzie, eitiiie. . .
Nuesbuumer, F, sutiie. . .
Vniiover, Win, same....
Miles, S A.eame
Eiistnbrotik, W J, same. ,
Wharton, K M.sauie. . . .
Roger-, Lon, ame. . . , . .
Kirkwootl, J A, same....
Howard, H O.game. . .. ,
Webber, F M, an me.
Perry, N A, same. . i 2 30
Perry, N A, sums
Rowley, Jus, same
tiilliuoie, John, same
Armstrong, J L, same
Armstrong, J L, same
While, C M, same. .......
Allots, Fred, same
NuHsbattmer, Fred, same.. .
Foster, Cooley, same
Woiidliam, Henry, some. . .
Foster, U 8, same
Walts, J O. ame
8evertm, Jacob, same. . . . .
Uiordoii, Frank, same. . . .
Jaqtiish,( C, same
Jaiitiisli, G C, same
Vaiiover, Hiu'hael, same. .
Graham, Lizxie, same. . . .
Peac her. J, same
Miles, F M, same
Ki. rd.in, Frank, same. . . .
Cordis, H A, same.
Miieir, a wins
Price, D W, same
Brown Fwuk same. ,
Duncan, J B.sanie.
E iMiabrook, W J, same. . . .
Cliff, 11 R, lame. , ....
Litnilieraoii, Henry, same. .
Larson A. II. same. .......
Govt), G D, same, .........
Walker, Jt-ff,same. .......
McMuins, Wm, same
Rniuey, Q W 1 same .......
Payne, F, same.
McKay, Malcolm, same. . . .
Cox, It, same.
Wikstnun, C E, same 2
White, Win', same.
Hazen, R O, same
Mile, W A, nine
Fowler, 8 A, work on Beaver
valley bridge : 10 00
Fowler, II M 20 00
Archibald, G 10 00
Gove, G T, bounty on sculp. ... 2 00
Uarnard, G D, stationery 18 00
County Commissioner Schoonover
submitted the following report on the
condition of railroad crossing:
"I have examined the N. P. R. B.
crossing in this county and find that
they have bemi repaired iu a substan
tial manner at llouluin and at the
crossing one mile south of that place,
and a grade established of one foot lo
sixteen. On the railroad section they
have been repaupd, or are being re
paired. 1 will make a further report
at the January, 1894 term of county
A Favorite In Kentucky,
Mr. W. M. Terrv. who ha been In the
druir business at Kikto". Kv . for the past
twelve vears, says: "Chamberlain' couith
Remedy give better satisfaction than any
oilier cough medicine I have ever wild, j
There is eood reason for this. No other
wi.l cure a cold so quickly; no other 1 so
certain a p-eventive and cure for croup;
110 other art'ord so much relief in cases I '
wnooping cougn. roraaiu uy wm iwm,
O. A. Iiane Arrested.
At a result of the Lne larceny af
fair, near Dent, Miss Collin came up
to St. Helen Friday and wore out a
warrant for Lane's arrest charging
him will) larceny, and an officer wug
immediately dispatched to serve the
warrant. Lane wa found without!
much troible, and brought before Jus
tice Blakesley who placed liiui under
$500 bonds until next Saturday, when
be will be given a preliminary exami
nation. Lane is now charged with
the larceny of the $400 which it is
supposed belonged to Boyle. The lat
ter bus not been heard from since ho
first disappeared and it is believed that
be ha met witli fowl play.
Miss Collin is very indignant over
the report that she whs engaged to
Boyle, and says that she never even
kept company with the man and that
no engagement ever existed.
, The Best Fluster.
Dampen a pi tie of f'annel with C hamber
liiin' Pain Uuliam and bind it on over the
sent of pain. It is belter than any plaster.
When the lungs arc sore such an applica
tion on the chest and another on the bacfc
between the shoulder blades, will ofter pre
vent nnemnonh. There is nothing so good
for a lame back or a pain in the .'.ie. A
on. tin-out run nearly alwuvs be cured in
one night by applying a flannel bandage
liampened Willi I'ain mum. riuy 1.0111
bottles fur side by ICdwin lios.
5T0r TH1T COUQH1
falna In tbe
Breast, Throat tod Ungs.
CAN'T bTbEAT FOB
CHILDREN. TRY IT.
O.W.R. Manufacturing Co,
For Salt by Kdwin lloss, St. Helens, Or.
T D'Warren Kelly, It D.
THYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ST. HEI.E 8, . - OREGON
FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS.
If yoa wsnt work that Is pleasant and profitable,
send ua your wldrem iminedlatcly. We teach men
and women how lo esrn from .0O per Usy to
3.00U per year without listill find previous
exin'rleno.and furnish iliceniplovmeiit st wlilth
they can make that amount. Notliine difficult to
learn or Unit requires nincli time. I lie work la
easy, healthy, aud honorable, nd can be done dur.
in daylhne or evenlnga, right In your own local.
Hv, wherever you live. Tlia result or a few
hour' work often equal wwk's wages.
We have tmiRlit thousands of both xcs aud a 1
aires, and ninny have laid foundations that will
surely bring them rlchel. Some of the iiirtsst
men in this country one their success In life to
the start given them while In our employ years
Rio. Vou, reader, may do as well: try It ou
cannot fuil. Noeiipludneceasary. Wefltyouout
with something that Is new. olld, nd sure. A
book brimful ol advice U free to all. Help your,
self by writing for It to-day not to-morrow.
Ilglays are costly.
E. C. ALLEN & CO.,
tn matinr of the asslinimentof Mich
ael Roeser, insolvent debtor.
I he iinaersi)jnto navniK nern timv np
prnnted nssitrnee of the estate of the above-
nnineo itiBoivaiii-ueinoi , hiiwi, .j
tuo of an act of the legislative assembly of
.1.. ....... f ll.nn Anlltliut "ttn ttflt. t SO-
cure to creditors a Inst division of the es
tate of rtetittirs, who convey u Humm
for the benelit of creditors." approved Octo-
1 , u m-ru a. ..t 1)1. HtiimpnditiAnts thsrfitn
approved February 2, 18S5. all person hav-
1- ' ..1.1..... a- u..;.l Itivnlvmit' ft 1 A liPt4l V
II1K '"lllliua .13. hii.-v ouiu in. -
..1 . . Ka asina trt inn at itlV
lHHllietl 11' iirwii iiiu t-,n, w .... ...
placm of biifi iejM. t Ilftinier. Columbia
' r-v .)..!.. ti..A an r Utu ru.
onuiitv, vnyuiii umj .rniiMi UJ
quired, within throe monthf from the date
tierem. u. v. 1 u.,. " - .
SI. Helens, Oregon. November 2, 1893.
Notice to Creditor.
vr,in. tj ii.wiiv irivxn tb.'it the nnder-
simted has been aipimel adininistratnr of
the estate of Coluinla 1 lain nster, ueeeasen,
and all persons havinir elaims ntfain-t sni I
estat" are Iterehv notltlcd tn present the
nv to me, witli the oeeessarv v ineh -ss.
within six tnoutlisf 001 the tirst pu'iliea ion
nf this notee, at my re-ldeiice, at llonltnn
Administrator of the estate of Ooliiinl.i
Laucastar, deceased. Paled Nov. 6, WW.
Bullser, 8, same. ........ .
BTATE OF- OR KO ON,. I
County of Columbia,. I
BY VI It TUH OF AS EXKCUTIOX is
sued out of Iho Circuit Court of the State
ot Oregon for' the County of Columbia in
favor of Edmund Hall, and against John
II Gillls, for the sum of J570.IU dollar,
Uniletl aien gold coin, with hit rest
thereon nt the raw of ten I-e'- eent. per
,1111, mil from the l.'lth duj ' of Oetolier. S!l3
and the furtlier sum of H.r0 dollars
costs, nnd for $100 dollars attorney fee,
and the costs and expensi of sale and of
.aid writ. Now, therefore, by virtue and
in pursuance of sai judgment. 1 will, on
Hiittirdiiv. the (Hh day of l;eceinber. tsfM.
at the court house door, In Ht. Helens
Columbia county, Oregun.'at the hour of
10 o'clock A. M. of said day. sell at pub
lic auction lo the hlchcst bidder for cash,
the following described real properly to
wit! All of the southeast quarter of sec
tion seven (7) in township five (ft) ''rtl"i
of range five (ft) west, Willamette Meil
dian. Columbia county. Oregon, contain
lint 100 acres of laud, more or leas, to rat
isfy the berslnbefore aid sums, for I he
cost and expense of said sa. 8d
property will b sold subject to redemp
tion as per statute of Oregon.
Witness uiv hand this 10th day of Nov
ember. m. . A. MAH81B,
Bhcrirf of Columbia county, Oregon.
in thi Circuit Court or to statx orOaK
oon, fob Columbia Coohty.
Mm.viN C. Case, Plff.,
Maby E. Cask. Peft. 1
To Mahy E. Cas.
In nut nam orTiia htats or Obkooh Yoo
are hereby required to appear in the ah"Te
eniitled court, at the court house in St. Hel
ens, in said county and state, on or before
..-.a rrmrt ..'which
the nr.t (lav ot the next regular term m
wli'ch convene 011 iuesaay, uie
till II All V ttt Mi,. InSiI. and answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff in the above-entitled
Mtion tiled against you in said court,
an, ,( you fail 10 so answer the plaintiff
,;ii om.Hr t the court for the relief rie-
mandei in the complaint, vie: That the
U(in, 0f matrimony heretofore and now
exiMitinK between vou and him be desolved
i -fs soil ltnniiiniiiesoi sn m
Tl.is Kiiiuninns is intblished nursuant to an
order of the Hon. T. A. McBride, judge of
said court, made in open court October ltf,
1H3. W. J. KICK,
deel Attorney for Plaintiff.
lit the Justicr Couht for Ratmikr Par.
cisct. Statu of Okeoom, Coukty or
Joh A. Atkijjs, ntff.
f T Vt.iritinn A. J. TTar-
bikgtoh, Phillip Coop-I Civil Action to
er and Charlim Nich- . recover uioncy
out, doing business under
the linu name of M. J. I
l.-pn,inir Co.. Pltfs. I
To M. J. Fiamaa, A. '..HABRiieoTO!r. Pbii.
mp Cooper and Ciiarlks Nichols, the
Rtinve nutiied defendants:
I Tit Name of the s-tate of Oreoos you
are herc-bv reauiredto sppear before the
undersignes'i, a Jn-tice of the Peace, lor
the precinct of Jtainier. 011 the 23rd day of
December. 1893. at one o'clock in the at
fprtinim nf said dev. at the office of said
Justice in said precinct, to answer the
nlnvi.nntTi.rl tilaiutiff in a civil aetion.
The defendants will take notice that if
Ihev fail to answer the complaint herein
tho nhiinttrT .will take iudifiiient aeainsl
them for the sum of Two hundred aud
fifv dollars, and interest thereon from the
first dav of November. 18OT. until paid
tog.-tier witn me costs aim uisuursiiienis
of this action. Hiven under my hand this
7th rlnv nf November. 18K3. J. B. DOAN.
dec22 ' Justice of the Peace,
Is tiir Circuit CocttT or the Ptateof Ore
gon, PJIt CoU JIBIA COL'STT.
G. C. Jaqcish, Plir. I
n W Viessin Deft. I
To It. W. Pldmuer. Defendant.
T THK KASJK OF THE Si ATE OF OREfiO. YOC
are hereby required to appearand answer
ibe complaint fih-d aain-t you in the
above-entitled action, bv the 21th day of
Dcccnilier. 1833. it being t!ie first day of the
term of said court next following- ine ex
ii 11 1 ion of tho tiuhlieulion of this sum
mons, and if vou fail to so appear, for
m int tht-rrnf the tilaintiff will la.ie default
ami judgment asniust yil as praved for.
.1.. .... ..t :.. . ...
io-hii: roi ine siioi 01 wuh unccai
thtreon from June Dili, l.P3. at the rate of
ten tier cent per year, together witn ins
costs bv this action, due for money loaned
hv n nintift to defendant, lhls summons
is published bv an order of the inrlgeof
said court, made on the 8th day ot Novem-
liiliaru i l;o;c. attorneys lor ptaiiiviu.
NOT IK (Oil PJ.BI.ICATIOJI.
(Timber Land Act, June 3, 1878.)
United States Land Office, Oregon Citv. Or-
euon, uctoner 1, iss.
Notice is hereby given" that in compliance
ith the nrnvisi-itis of the act of conaress
of June 8, 17H, entitled "An act for the aide
nf timber binds in the States of (Juhforiils
ririT,,n Ki.Tftila. and Wiishinirton Terri
U,rv," as extended to all 'he Public Laod
Mtn'tes hv net of Aneust 4. 1802, Eninionr
Buell of Deer Island, county of Columbia,
into nf Or.mn. has this dav filed in thi'
I'flice his sworn statement No. 2U53. for the
purchase of the southwest of section JXo
'XI. in t.iwnshin No. 5 north, ranee No. i
west and will uffcr proof to show that the
land sought u more vainaoie t"r tis inuuei
or stone than for agricultural pnrH0sc.
and to nstablidi his claim to said land be
fore the Register arii Receiver ot this of-
. at. f)ri?nn Citv. Oregon, on Wedne-
itiiv tlm tilth div r.f Januarv. ISiU. 11
names as witnesses: a. . roweu. uau
J ' .. . If T Il
Heinrich. H W. Barnett and Geo H. Tear
.,n nll nf Pit Lshnri. Orwon.
Any person claimiiiR adversely the above
nai-ll,A,l binds arri reouested til tile th. It
claims in this ollice 011 or befoie said 10th
day of Jannaiv, 1SH4.
NOTICK FOK PIIBUCATiON,
(Timber Land Act, June 3, 1878.)
United S.atea Land Office, Orctron City, Or-
pon, uctoner , ic5.
Notice is lierehv eiven that in compliance
with the provisions 01 me act 01 conges:
tit J linn a IS78. en i;led ''An act for tin
sale nf timber lands in the states of Caii
r,.ria tireisnn. Nevada ami Washington
Tenitorv." as extended to all the Public
l aed Stntes bv act of AiiL'ttsl 4. 1892, Wat
ter B. Buell, of Columbia City, county of
Columbia . state of Orerou has 11 is dny
tiled in this office his sworn statement No.
2052, for the purchase of the southwest y.
of secti-'n No. 15. in township No. 0 north
range Ko. 4 west, and will offer pmnf t
show that the land soueht is more valuaht
r,.r tt limlwr or vtone than for ncrirmtura
..mnua and t Mfiihlish hisclaiiti to said
land before the Keeister and Receicerof
this office, at Oreeon City, Orecon.
Wednesday, the 10th day of January. 1S1
Wa n.niM nt witnesMes! A. If. Powell
Carl Heinrich, H. W. Barnett end Geo. H
Ianaii till nf Pit.t.shlll-1?. OlVtron.
A no am 1 ll tierson claiminir adversely the
above-described lands are requested to tile
their clain:s in tins oince on or Dtiore saiu
10th day of January, 18!H.
ROBERT A. MILLER. Register,
TKEASI BEK'S NOTICE.
f'ntrMsTr TaltvftliRKa's OFFICE.
St. Hki.kns. Orrgon. Oct. 27. 1893
Notice is rereby (riven that all unpaid
County Warrants of said county which
have been presented ami endorsed "Not
Paid for Want of Funds,"' up to November
W, 1891, will be paid upon presentation at
this office. Interest on said warrant will
not be allowed after d-ite of this not ce.
K. M. WHAHTON,
Treasurer of Columbia County, Oregon.
notice at Appointment.
Nnthse is lierehv aiven that the under
sittned has been duly anpointed hy the
Cotintv Onnrt for Columbia County. Ore
g.in. as administrator of the estate of John
I vey, deeeased: and that all persons hav
'net' claims attain-'t id are lierebjr
fiinTed 10 present them to said adndnis.
1 amr. duly veriiied onlh. witliin i
tnonths after the tirt . ptitilica'i n of this
n -iti'-e nt the o:!lei of Caple Allen, No.
20, Mulkciv BuiiuiiHT. P.-.r'bm.t, Vein.
KDWIN L. HAND.
Dated November 2, U, Adimuistrator.
Peoples1 Outfitting Corn y.,
244, 246, First Street, Portland, Oregon.
Still in Progress.
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves
n m fimmm ft n
Peoples' Outfitting Company,
244 First Street, : :
EDWIN BOSS, Proprietor,
Drugs and Palent Medicines,
SCHOOL BOOKS AND
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
EVERYTHING CARRIED IN
A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.'
" BIRDS OF A FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER." ,
This is the reason why
The St. Charles Hotel,
O. W. KNCWLES, Proprietor;
Has such a large patronage by the business men of the Stat.
If yon want to meet a friend you will
PORTLAND - CLATSKANIE ROUTE
Tovph Pnril.mtl. at Alder Street
o'clock, forr Clatekanie, ttmehiog at
Kulama.lSeer City, ilninier, Cedar
and all intermediate points, returniug
!1jp For your
Clatskanie Drug Store,
Where you will find the largest stock of
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.,
In Columbia County
DR. J. E. HALL, Proprietor.
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS
INSURANCE CO., Albany, Or.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. .fSW.OOO
SECURED CAPITAL..... MT.5Gi
PAID CAPITAL ,M
FAR.TI PHOPEHTV A BPRCIALTT. ,
For particular apply at the office of DilUrd Jk Cole, or Th a Mist oflM.
Joseph Kellogg &
iiiixS'i - 5, - M!S
Joseplig Kellogg land Northwest.
' ' FOR COWLITZ RIVER.
NORTH WEO 1 Leaves KELSO Monday, Wedneeiay,
and Friday at Sara. Leaves PORTLAND Tuesday, Thun.
day, and Saturday at 6 a. m.
JOSEPH KELLOGG aves RAIXIKR at 5 a, tn.
daily, Sunday excepted, arriving at 'Portland at 10:30 a. m.
Returning loavca Portland at 1 p. in.., arriving at 6 p. m
: : Portland, Oregon.
always find him at The St. Charles.
G. M. Shaver. Master.
Duck, every day (except Sunday) at
Sanvie's island, Si. Helens, Ctdutubia City,
Landing, Mt. lonin, jiraoouiy, ntetia
every morning (except Monday.)
edicines at tn
Co.'s River St camera.
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