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About The Oregon mist. (St. Helens, Columbia County, Or.) 188?-1913 | View This Issue
runi.ininu iviitl rnlVAY.
NVmsrous Bakdbars The recent
high water changed the channel In
many plane along the river and built
np eaiid bun whore none hud hereto
fore exlwted. These changes en use
great Inconvenience to steamboats and
will continue to do no until another
survey of the channel it made,
CROP AND W BATHER DCIiLBTflf
For (he Week Ending Monday, Aug
net 0 1004.
Anothsu Arhkht. Ed Lamberson
wa ern-iUd by Constable Kowlur t
Ncappmise, on a warrant tworn out by
Mr. Baline,chargud with having killed
end told calve belonging to com
lainant. Lamberson w plrtced un
der bondt lo appear for trial In Justice
Drown' court next Mnndity.
Flkmty or Berries. -0, II, New
nil and Mr. Palmer went out to Bunker
Hill last Friday In arch of berriei.
'i'hey relumed Monday end brought
with them a, good supply of blackber
ries. They alio report good many
jieople in that locality, and in order to
get tli best fruit It it necessary to go
some dletanoe from the road.
Tin Oraiw Fleet. The Oregon
grain fleet line begun to arrive at the
Columbia, river, Several auipa of
large tonnage have arrived In Portland
already, and from this time on it will
be no uncommon thing to aee from
one to four or live ahipt passing up
the river moat any day, The wheat
crop will be larger thie year than for
noma time, but the demand ia not ao
large, and the Oriental war eeeme to
be our only talvalioin.
Veterans Ri-Unioc A renionof
the old eoldiere of Oregon, including
those of the late eivil, Indian and
Mexican ware, waa held at Forest
Grove laat week. Captain A. Hen
deraon. of Houlton, waa present and
report having had a rouiiug time,
and declare he had a pleasant trip,
meeting many old comrades and
frienda of bis younger daya. He aeya
there were thouaanda of people and
the exero tes were nrst-oleaa aa waa
alao the addreaa of General Thorp,
Baik's IloDir Exhumed. Th body
. of John II. Bain, the reputed thief and
deaperado, who waa ahot by a poaee of
neace officer! near h i cabin, near Bon
ear1 landing, about ten daya ago, and
eubeeouentlv bnrried near tbe spot by
Coroner Cornelius, waa exhumed by
Undertaker Fjnler. Tueaday, and
brought to thia city in a meullic car
ket. Todav the frienda of the de
ceased have made arrangeinenta for
the lnterrmenl of the remain at ttiver-
vtew cemetery, with funeral ceremo
nie. Oregonian, Wednesday.
Bm Waa Nor a Convict. Among
the report published about John Bain
recently ahot and killed by a consta
ble' posse on Soapponse mountain
waa one to the effect that he waa au
i-convlct. Now it ia pronounced in
accurate by aeveral Portland men who
know the deoeaaed' career. One of
them ia Mr. C. P. Hoag, who atate
that Rain never anent a day in
anv nenal inatitutlon. About 12
rear ago he waa tried at Astoria for
killing a man with a hatchet, but the
verdict waa Justifiable homicide, aa the
evidence ahowed that be acted purely
In lelf di'foiie. Oregonian, Monday,
rniMiMAL Assault. Laat Friday
one Bibislti, living out in the Poland
settlement, came into town and stated
that one Gliiierki had found Mrs. bi
lii.klina berry patch, and atruck her
several blow with a. club, finally
Itnockinc her down, alter which he
begun choking her until two other
women near by interfered. Sibiski
went to Reuben and awore out a war
rant for Olineski'a arrest, which we
eerved Saturday. He waa taken be
fore Justice Brown, and placed under
Iwinda to appear tomorrow for trial.
There seems to have been an old
grievance about land which prompted
cidedlv warm during the moat of the
week in the interior, in me coast
oouutie the weather continued cool.
The temperature averaged three de-
ree ceolct than the normal in tne
count scolions, where alao some light
shower occurred at the end of the
week. In the interior no precipitation
or-cuired and the temperature waa
normal. There waa an average of
Chops : Tbe harvest of fall town
ain l practically completed In the
the Willamette valley and In the
southern counties, but continuea In
tbe coast counties. Home oat
have been out. The weather waa
moat favorable for harvest, being de
cidedly warm. The warm weather,
while favorable lor harvest ana maiur-
ng grain, gave a check to the growth
of vegetables, with the exception of
the potato crop which atill continues
to look well, giving promise oi excel
lent yield. Threshing ha com
menced in aome sections; more ha
beon done In Lane county than in
' CLATSKAMJM. ,
Mia Cora MoClure started thia week
to spend aome time in Olympia.Wash.
R. 0. Frit came in on the steamer
Weather.. The weather waa de Monday evening, and began a general
handshaking Frit goes away aomo
time, but cornea back aa often aa be
F. C. Barnea and family.of Portland,
with some other friend, came down
last Wednesday lo apend some time
with Mr. Barne' brother, J. M. Payne.
Mia Millie Boyle came over from
Mit Friday evening, and apent a
couple of daya in town, returning in
time to tako up school Monday morn
ing at the usual hour.
Mia Maud Bryant, having finished
her term of school at Deep creek, re
turned home last Friday evening. She
has just completed her first term of
school very successfully.
Dant. Bureau exneots to discard
water a a motive power for hi mill,
and haa been cettina: ao engine and
boiler. Thi. of course, will be water,
inn. but it will be boiling water in
stead of cold that will make the wheel
go 'round. -
The Haldern camp ia getting out
other sections. Threshing will be- aome good log of more than ordinary
com general about tbe latter part of Unetha. recently. Some were put in
the present week. Home spring grain i.t week measuring lit) feel in lengtn,
has been cut. The crop of aprlng .,,. while other ranire in various
grain is generally considered superior length, aa ordered. The camp ia
to last year'a crop, wnue tne speouia- working quite successfully at present.
!A0,. " " r'hatid" . h Mi. Cor. Bryant went out op bor
much difference of opinion. BWkJ!lS
contend that tbe grain ha. shriveled, I not W?V"to
i it . .... .... a t. a. . im Hit a v- I ii nr liisjiiuw m vw srvsv r i
factory. Hop are making good prog
nua and a larire vield la now assured.
In Polk county many hop lice have I It is a source of comfort to know
been observed. All crop are making that there ia an increaaing demand
fairprogreaa and the product will be for manufactured lumber. A gentle-
abundant. : 5 J .- ; man was in town Monday, who wanted
aome two million feet of rough lum-
Knights op Pythias. A petition ber, for street improvement, ana otu
h.timr heart nreviouslr circulated and I era have been around to aee what fa-
signed by a large number of the lead- cilitiea we have for manufacturing,
ing back a little
after dark, aafeand
CLEVELAND AND RUsMEM
Two Powertwl Trwst Working: Vm-
dr the Presidents Proteotloau
Chicago Hews, I4. Pent.)
The Dmldsnt has assamed very Ugn-
lar attitude toward ihs blU, and his frisnds
among th tariff refonnar In congress are
wondering what it jneaii. H Mmi anx-
ton that th sugar schedule should not b
uiterfarred with, and thateoal should go on
lbs fr list. This bears out tbe theory
that has prevailed so Ions that th sugar
schedule, as prepared by Mr. Oai lisle, was
th result of a bargain mad with th trust
dnrlng the laat campaign, and that th
president will not stand in the way oi us
fulfillment. His anxiety to see coal on tbe
free list is not unnatural, for Secretary La-
mnnt. ex-Becretarr Whitney, and bis inti
mate friend, Jobn E. Russell, democratic
randlitate for coventor of Massachusetts
last fall, ar th principal owner of th
Nov fctcoti mine, which would be able to
dump their produce into Hew England at
profitable price were it not for tn aaiy
Those mine were purchased by Whitney,
Laruont A Co., through Mr. Charles K. Bell,
a banker of this city, who, by th way, I a
brother of the Inventor of tbe telepnone
and. like him. a son-in-law of Gardiner K
Hubbard. Ball cot them aa option on me
property until after th election in Novero
ber, 1802, and w lien It was lonna mat ids
house bad seventy or eighty democratic
majority, tbey regarded It a absolutely
certain that coal would go on we ire list,
and bought th mine
If r. Russe 1 is here looking after tne in
terests of the company before tbe conference
committee, and goe over to tbe wnue
boas to smoke a cigar with th president
whenever an opportunity present -Itself.
Bat be ha very lltti bop of winning
hi fight, for Mr. Gorman, Mr. Gibson, and
Mr. Camdeo own coal news in wst Vir
ginia, Mr. Brice has large mines In Tennes
see, and a large number of other enator
ar equally well interested. They hay
vote and be be not,
ing business men of this community
for tbe purpose Of instituting a
Knights of Pythias lodge in Bt. Hel
ens, a teamboai loaa oi rortiaou
Kniiebta including the grand lodge
officer came down Wednesday nicht
and instituted Avon Lodge Wo. oi,
Knights of PytbJa. There were a
number from Rainier, Kalama and
other places near by, indeed there
were visitors from thirteen different
A two-horse carriage driving into
town laat 8abbath with a party des
tined for cbnrcb, made some of tbe
older folk think of the old timee "in
theatatea," when the village church
ued to be aurrounded by horse and
csrrlasres. and the worshipers used
to have a friendly chat aa tbey gatb
ered in little groupa before and after
services, now, since we nave tne vu
AU Abowt Hope.
Sauk , Aug. 4. Aboutforty hopgrower.
representing about 1000 acres, met yester
day and decided not to pay " tb 40
cents a box for picking this eeason'a crop.
At thi mesUng was tb nrst f noiw o
noanoementof th fact that the state fair
management ha provided two large pre
mium for the best exhibit oi nop n uie
bale and the best stand of hops, witn no
ntranM fca. There will be a special hop
day, and some prominent hoprnsn to de
liver an addres. Th announcement
aroused great Interest .
My boy was taken with a disease resem
bling bloody flux. Tbenrstthlngl thought
of wa Chamberlain' Colio, Cholera, and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Two dose of It set
tled th matter and cured him ound and
well. I heartily recommend tun remeoj
to all persons suffering with a like com
plaint. I will answer any inquiry regard-
in It ihm stamo is enclosed. I reier to
any county official as to my reliability.
Wm. Roach. J. P.. Frimroy, lampocu
county, Tenn. Forl by Dr. Edwin Ross.
The Light Ship to be Brought la.
Th United State lighthouse tender Man-
caniia ia In Portland taking aboard tbe an
nual supplies for Destruction Island and
otber points in tb district. Tb Colum
bine is at present undergoing a tnorougn
overhauling, tb boiler beinc in need of
cleaning, and repair of aaimilar character.
It ia expected that tbe work will take aooai
ten dav In all before it Is complete, owing
to th difficulty experienced by uie men in
were visitor, from .rtesn ommm , ch(lrch kt Ui tbe borte ,nd 4,wlity ctTDnot be excelled. 1
ST. nurntr of ffi! Th..mer iiU "
arrived at 8 :30 from Portland bearing
a party of forty-eight and immediately
tbe work of institution began and
continued until twenty-Qve members
were admitted and the offloer fur tne
current term intuited. Along toward
the middle of the night supper which
bad been prepared at the Bt. Helena
hotol. waa served, and we might say
here that Mrs. George received many
A party from bere were down at
Wallace island last Wednesday to aee
tbe fishing going on there. Tbey
were surprised to see how much ad
! dititional aand bad covered tbe island
that had been left there by the recent
high water, but tbey watched the net
coming in with a great deal of inter
est, fart oi lbs crowd naiiea tne
steamer Shaver and boarded her for
The aternwbeel s tenner Columbia
waa burned on the Upper Columbia
last week, just above the Canadian line,
No Uvea were reported lost,
The Balem Democrat has snrpended
publication for tbe lack of support.
The proprietors say they will hereafter
connne tneir euurts iu juu pnunug m
stead of tbe dear people,
Heading ia in full blast throughout
Morrow and Gilliam counties. The
yield of grain is immense, snd tne
rive in time.
That wool ia a great factor in the re
source of Oregon i fully shown by
tho fact that thia year' clip ia esti
mated at about 18,000,000 pounda.
which, at a low price, aix ceula, is oi
the yalue of 11.080,000.
Large Assortment of Pure and Fiesh
Drugs and Patent Medicines
St. Helens Drug Store
SOAPS, PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, POWDERS, &C.
AT ANY HOUR DURING THE DAY OR NIGHT.
Dr. Edwin Ross, Proprietor
ST1. I-IE3IjE31Sri3 - OREGON
FALCON " BEE SUPPLIES
In the matter or quality, th beat ever placed on tbis market.
Wa are the
One hundred and seventy-on Second street.
wh:, poRTLA-isjri) seed co.
uated closely together. Tne ugniamp w
also in need of an overhauling, and will be
brought into the harbor at Astoria, soon in
order to be cleaned, the bottom having be
come foul from being in salt water ao long.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL
Corntr Front and Morriron Strewttj.
This is the most popular hotel in Portland, and has been for
msny years. If vnn want to meet a friend yon will anrely
Aid him at the St. Charles. It also enjoy the patronage of
tb business man of th northwest. Courteous attendant.
yvorft Wotol of the City-of Portland.
O. "W. KJSTOWLjES, Proprietor-
Main, Street. St. Helen. Oregon.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
Che eXibrtfc ttnhrlt ?" am s?ttaht.
A Good Billiard and Pool Table ia provided for the nse of Patrons, and parties who Wish
ur should reniemrjr ")anuAnijtiti, '
Kenneth Basemor had the good fortune
to receive a (mall bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Dlrrhosa Remedy when
three member of his family were ic; with
dysentery. This on email bottle cured
them all. and be had- some left which be
gave to Geo. W. Baker, a prominent merch
ant of th" place, Uwlstoo, N. C, and it
cured him of the same complaint. When
troubled with dysentery, diarrhoea, colic or
cholera morbus, give thia remedy a trial
and you will be more than pleased with tbe
result. Tbe praise that naturally follows
it Introduction and nse ha made it very
popular. Twentv-nv and Bfty eentbot
Uea for sale by Dr. Kdwin Ross.
Teachers' quarterly examination
haa been in session tbis week under
tbe charge of Superintendent Watt.
Those attending are:
Miss Elsie Ordway, Miss May Willi,
Mi Fannie Meaerve. Miss Hollis
Bhatto, J. E. Kirkwood, Wm. Daggett
and Ralph Rodger. W. A. Wood
and W. L. Kyser were also preeent aa
applicant for atate diplomas.
"I know an old soldier who bad chronic
-It 1 A it.nln. tn h.V. M,D
UUWrUbDB Vft Itlip, . (- mmm mmm mm mmmm t. r
permanentlycured by Uking Chamberlain's TV JT I I f 1 LaT I , I I I I ixl IS S
Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea liemedy," I lVl -, jr V J I I II ,1 I J- V-V 0 r
lo spend a pleaaant hour i
Jstla the yrrrt n t of Jiqnore rt am
eompliments upon the splendid sup-1 the return trip while others returned
tier eoiven ud. ins lauie wou .uwiu-i m iu
panied the visitors were entertained at
the reeldence oi Air. ana jar, jsmei
Muckle It waa 4,m. before the
judge wa duly organised and O. F.
McConnell, grand K. of R. and 8 , an
nounced Avon lodge No. 62 duly instl
luied, and the party started for home.
The new lodee for tbe present will
meet on Wednesday, and it officer
are: J. . Ueegle, P. C ; H. R. Cliff,
0. C ; David Davi. V.C ; Edwin Rosa,
Prelate: W. H. 8t. Clair, M. of W; E.
E. Quick, M. E ; W. A. Herri, M. F ;
8. O. I)avi, K. of K. and 8; Fred
Clear, H. A ; P. A. Frakee, I. O Frank
Dow, O. O. The new lodge starU out
under moat favorable circumstances
with a splendid roster to begin with.
It ia expected the grand cbanoellor
will visit thia lodge in about two weeks.
JurriRS Bbowh's CoimivMaHhew
A party of Young ladle from Marsh
land came to our town laat week to
take an outing of a few day, camping
somewhere in thie vicinity. They
found a vacant cabin out near the
summit, and took possession of it, un
der the Drotection of R. O. Davey, who
accomnanied the party a chaperon
and general manager. Returning
Monday, they reported having had a
snlendid time. They found blackber
ries around them and spent part of
their time gathering and canning
them. H. L. Warren, who took sup
plies out to them, reports that their
appetites increased amazingly during
the few days tbey were out.
Cattle Thieves Blurt.
Dittos, Wash.. Aug. 6.-Blliy loyu,
Bud Vettljohn and Cham Taylor, cattle
thieves, were arrested on the Alpowailast
night. Loyd and Pettyjohn were shot
twic, Pettljohn. perhaps, fatally. John K.
Church, buyer for Carsteo Brothers, the
B attle butchers, has not been seen inc
Friday , and It is feared he baa been killed
by tbe ruitlers.
aay Kdward Shuropik, a prominent d Tip
gist, of Minneapolis, Minn. "I have sold
the remedy io thi city for over seven years
and consider it superior to any other medi
cine now on the market, for bowel com-1
plaint." Twenty-five and fifiy cent bottle
of una remeay tor saie oy ur. mwiu
Ia ths Ciacurr Couar or thb Stats or 0
sqo. roa tbs Codtt or Coloms-a:
M astua E. McLoiisblih, PlalnUtT. vs. Joan
B. Oarst,. Mabv Amanda Oktbi., and Ed-
wabo B. Pabsos.1, Defendants
To Mary Amanda Ortet and John B. Or-
tel, two of the above-named defendants:
fatna Hill fll THB ESTATE Or URiWI
You are hereby notified and required to ap
near and answer tbe complaint riled in said
I Mir and uiswer I
I OBurt on th 16th day of
lay, 18W, against
, Itlie above-named deiendanta. in th forego
The Mayger Company will begin the fog-entitled uit, on or before th am day
. .: f . knilHmir f th. nxt term oi saia uiun, sei IUIIOW-
. . . . i , r a . ni iaf vjiiiii,4uii vi -
tins weea, who a. vroaaer mm n u.o- v . nilbUc,tton 0f this summons, to-wit:
DVUie luenaay Kwriwww V 7 -
Over 400.000 nounds of wool have
u.l.l mir Uartnno, jttirinftr tViA neat
weesai pncea rusu.u, "I ni.Tiii.lilnithemhdayof saidm6nth
cent. I Wm, Blackford has the contract lor . October .and that if you fail to so appear
hauling the lumber to be used in tbe tnd answer, the plaintiff will, for want
Fivs Rachm. There was a very I conduction of Mayger" new store thereof, appiy .wi", r
I... ni.hi. nn tho XlV.,,v.'. mill .1 nln mandea in aaia eomiiwinv, ,
i I rtr iiii w l bm:v3 iseasj uvs y s uuuuiub1iiwmi auvwws w a - - - i i J. anmna saii aiiin MflUrri rsi villi, iitr
Truckeeits snd Henry rotter, wuu , U... irom Astoria, between five steam-1 ' , rf. lh" .nm iT 1250. together with intersat
I I a . - L. a UaaanrUBBaB ----- - . s I IWS ni. K riaJSJI BUll UBUKUWII VI A wa w 1---- - . t J M M h W.
boats. They left Astoria in a nuncn, -" ; fc M' fir. tbereon from tne una obt w
. . i.. --. land, spent last week witn Mr cross- ,, .tttn ear ent ner annum, and for
tne iiurillie leaaing, w sue . . r,.,,.; .',,m of Mb aa attorney's fees,
were arrested last week at Bcappoose
by ConsUble Fowler on s warrant
charging thlm with larceny, had their
preliminary bearing before Justice
Vtmwn. at Reuben last Friday. Tbe
accused were supposed to be accessor
ies of John Bain who wss shot at
ttaappooee a few days ago while resist
ing the officers. Truckeslts wa ac
quitted but Potter was held to await
the aotion of the grand jury with
bonds fixed at 1250. Potter admitted
lie had taken article that did not be
long to him and offered to pay for
them when brought Into court. From
what can be learned there was no pos
Hi vs evidence against Truckesits. ,
a Nsw Road Pbokositio. Amove
. -went is on foot in the Vernonia settle-
ui lnnkinir to better roads. The
ohjeot now T to bniW a main line
from Vernonia across the mountains to
some point at or between St. Helens
I and Hnannoose. At meeting held at
Vernonia some time ago a plan was
discussed like this: Lay three logs
about two or three feet m diameter
far enough apart lengthwise of the
aH mad to admit the wheels oi
between the two outer logs,
k. .niit. itmhnr about the same sue
in And nlace them between the
round logs, flat side np, leaving s
smooth aurface for the wheel of wag-
.in nn. tha taai to walk on
Hither aide of the center log which,
hi., tha two on tar loirs, will have a
a ...... Thia mad would neo
easarily have to have an eay grade and
consequently will have to follow some
stream. The plan seems a good one,
snd a road coustruotea on turn y
would not cost a great deal ol actual
cash as the timber is unlimited and
labor alung the proposed route In
abundanoe. Besides, such a highway
would last for years. A seoond meet
ing has been called to meet at Ver
nonia tomorrow at 1 o'clock, at which
time soma more definite sction will
JVobably b. taken. It is matt"
that everybody should b interested
in, and not only tne peopie iu"s
other business men
Wave second, tbe Telephone third,
the Sarah Dixon fourth, and the Pot
ter trailing the Dixon, two miles De
hind the Lurline. Every boat was
crowded to its fullest speed, the Potter
reaching Portlabd first, the Lurline
second, Telephone third Ooean Wave
fourth and Sarah Dixon fifth. The
raoe created great excitement among
the passengers, and reminded one of
the palmy days of steamboating on
the Mississippi between St. Louis and
Tom Muckle wss in the metropolis
Mrs. A. Davis visited Portland dur
ing tbe week.
Mrs. W. I. Bweetland is visiting bir
mother at Grant's Fasa.
N. A. Perry and wife, of Houlton,
were in Portland Wednesday.
County Clerk Weed was over in the
Nehilem the first of the week.
riKaa. Meeker, well known here, was
the time hole.
. T ' j irj l. I '
in town i ueeaay auu nmuwu.;.
Miss Fsnnie Meeerve wss s passen
ger ud to the county seat from this
place last Saturday.
Salmon are being caught here by
the ton, but tbe season will soon eon,
: Mrs. M. Davidson has put up 150
quarts of wild blackberries this year.
John Isenhart took a trip to the
coast for bis health, last week.
One dav last week while the Green
Creek Lumber Co. was chuting logs
into the river, one large log lumped
out of the chute and crashed through
the wareroom, almost demolishing it.
Broke Jail mt Oreg-on City,
OsseoR Citt, Aug. 5. At 8 o'clock this
afternoon three prisoners broke out of th
county jail ber by climbing up on the teel
cell and making a hole through th ceiling
Into the recorder' offlo. They are Green
and Edwards, in for assaalt.and Al Name,
in for larceny. They were awaiting tbe
action of tbe grand jury. Three other
prisoners refused to climb out. About a
two prisoners escaped urougn
fA. t.4. mi. anil ritahorsaniBnts in ssid
snit , and for a decree of foreclosure of the
v.. .n nn tha fnllnwinB-deaeribed real
protHtrtv, to-wlt : The northwest W of sec
tion Si. 'township B, north range. S west of
tbe Willamette meridian. Columbia county.
sw.n tr. iwnm aald amonnl and for an
order of sale ot aaid premises to satisfy
aaid judgment, and for inch farther relief
a to inscoan may seem rmui
Thi. M.mmnna ia aarvad DV th DUuilCB
tion thereof for six successive weeks, by
tha order of Hon. Thos. A. Mr-Bride, Judge
of said circuit court, made and dated May
nAWva OAWTir.KRir.TN Jk VBAZIB.
alOsill ' Attorneys for Plaintiff.
TREASCHK VS NOTICE.
f"!niTwrv TmtifliTRKR'B OmCI.
St. Helms. Or., July 37 ,
Kotio la her-by given that all unpaid
Warrant, nf aaid Onuntv wnicn
ha.a haan nraaentea ana eoaonra
Psid for Want of Funds," up to July 27th,
1892. will be paid upon presentation
nffloa. Interest will not be allowed after
date of this notice. B. M. WHARTON,
Treasurer ot (Juiumnia voiuuy, w"8-
Card Tables are at tbe disposal of patrons who wish to indulge in a social gaineof cards
and we can assure them that tbey will be well treated at "THE BANQUET."
"W. Jk.m MEKKKE, Proprietor
LEADING - RESORT - IN - THE - CITY
MAJfUTACTDBEKS OF AsTD SXALEBS IV
j-ya. A. P. MCLABKM.
PHYSICIAN AltD BTJKGEON.
Rough and Dressed Lumber
FIR AND CEDARE
Of Every Style, Grade and Variety
AT THE OLD STAND,
ST. HELENS. : : OkEGOiJ
STOP FOR YOUR MEDICINS AT THE
jyL h. b. curr.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON.
St. Helena, Oregon.
JJB. J. E. EALIa
PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON.
Clatskanle, Columbia county, Or.
J-R. EDWIN K088,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Bt Helena, Oregon.
CLATSKANIE DRUG STORE;
Where yon will find the largest stock of Patent
- Medici nee, Prescription Drug, Toilet Articles, etc.,
ever found in Columbia County.
DR. J. E. HALL, Proprietor
The tables are always supplied with the Best Edibles and Delics
oies the market affords.
TERMS REASONABLE FOR REGULAR BOARDERS
Having been newly refurnished we are prepared to give satisfae-
T1T H. MESEBvE, I IIOD Ml Bil VHf psuvui, uu wui.li uini v, jvui n,hvu.
surveyor and a-ii Engineer J. GEORGE, Proprietor, St. Helens. Oregon
DELED A, OREGON.
iSt. Helens Livery Stables
THOS. COOPEE, Proprietor.
Handy location, and you can feel sure that your horses will receive
as good attention as though yon were caring for them yourself.
HANDY TURNOUTS ON SHORT NOTICE
THE LEADING MERCHANTS OP
Ternonia and Cornelius, Ogn.
WHITE TO CORNELIUS FOR STAGE DATES.
FISHERMEN AND CAMPERS SUPPLIED
rtnnnt flnmrnr. Land Survevins. Town
Platting and Engineering work promptly
STATE AND COUNTY
Bought by JAMES E. DAVIS,
247 Stark 8treet, PORTLAND, OREGON
I will pay the highest eash price for Colum-
Rand ma an order (or vour county war
in tor is oy return
Ruberintendent Watts hss been In
WANTED COUNTY WARRANTS!
townl since weanesaay uoiuiu
it A t. 3. Cleeton was In town this
week assisting in the ieaohe'a examine- rant, and receive the cash lor b
tion. Me has been spending several "U. He.
weeks St ysqwna. ,
f .a M,a M M. Rlisllabereer. POPHAM'S
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ot Portland, were In Bt. Helen yes- ffiomitaunb.
ih. nut nt ur. tna sin. a, ar cs--T -r-"
Beegle thi only ouarantccd ours
TCdfffir and Mr. Keithley and Miss pon (ihiumatism. ncvcr iailsu
J. V. Groves, of Portland, were w, nimtoMTudifH
gues.s.'of Mr. and Mrs. James Muckle Minj,u r-V o.W gf-
in, auu nws vuij r r - -,nn.4
mute but the merchants sn
::'rrr." . ... m .. weii. a pumic
ni.nsir uumunesi " - a
improvement benefits all cla.se oi
y ,. ...j aneciallv la this
vyr.' '"a ":l n miBbtb. wen
Yu'?i i,r. iocs nv to now
IO wlJV sjjiwnMss - ----- . .
. atlne to cooslder the sams prop
" ..." Tj .b n nnlinn with MeDS-
OllllOD HU .
n 1 - - . . , i a Fustar. rreepon. ffumnRwui dwuuw
thUWCe. I ery, Buooda, Washington! 0. C. 1, ex-jusuoe
eveniUB .Znmrii. iUk.nl. Oreaori! O.
JL,k.a ii'MftnMt. Wa refer to the
they ar elose by, and ar wen snown.
Wl DON'T CROSS THK AT
LANTIC FOR REFERENCES
nair of ladies white kid gloves with tovroa.fi
largedark buttons. Finder will please
havesame at tma oinco.
Mrs. Charles Mcintosh, of Wisoon
ini. vtaitine her sister, Mrs. 8.8.
Wy, of this plaoe,
ain here about a month.
Bhe expects to re
$1.00 nor Bottle. Six Bottles fur $5.01)
W. H. Powell returned from Clack
amas county, weoueBuay, wuoiv "
had been attending the Chautauqua
Assembly and the teati.ers' institute.
' SOLD AT THE LABORATORIES
CLATSKANM. ! ORS00H.
B. 8. QUICK,
Q. W. COLB,
) NststaVy PvMIs
Cole & Quick.
St. Helens, - - Oregon
"Them's Kcmerica! System
Columbia - County, - Oregon
Xxamlnad aeS abstracts fornlihed. WU1
attend to matter before the Boar of
Elualta.Honi payment of "
E.tate, ConTeysnolnf , and Iasoraooa, and
Loans nesoUaMd. ,
. .i amr
WILLAMETTE SLOUOH ROUTE.
Leavoa St. Helena for Portiand
at 6.-45 A. M., Daily,
COFIXAND-a LANDING..... T: A. M
PORTLAND .....ID-IB A. Ml
Leaves Portland , ;
at S.OO P. M. Arrivin
at Bt. Helens at 6.-SO P. M.
. . J. H. DECKER . . .
The old snd reliable barber baa hi rasora just as
- sharp as ean be found, and will sbave you com-
fortably and quickly for only fifteen cents.
GIVE HIM A CALL AT THE OLD STAND ON STRAND ST
toe orinsxiirA rroon
The table will be supplied with tbe best tbe market affords.
Ecsrd by tfca Dsy, Wssk, or fcnth at P.e2s:;:t!3 rst:3
m A SV. l V... V.ln.. U finll.lll
AD1KINI HTKtATBiJ NOTICE. """" -"-S-
ol1 A. H. BLAKESLEY, Prop., ST. HELENS, OR
of Jacob Anderson, deceased. t i,. a ..iiinmn.i i.. imuhipm
Notice is Hereby (riven tnat in onaar-1
Igned ba been appointed administrator of I
said estate, and has duly qualified as sucb I
admmlstralor, and au person Having uainsa
aaalnat aaid aetata will nresent th same to
the said administrator at 450 Bast Larrabe
stieet. in tbe city r lorana. uregon,
within dz month fr-oin t! date bereof.
AKTlRiu Uf K. ANDKRHON.
Administrator at th estate of Jacob An
Dated at Bt. Helens, Oregon, Oils 6th day
ol July, ISM. JSOalT
KT HF.l JRNS MEAT MAFr FX
All kinds of Fresh and Baited Meats, Bausage snd Fish. V 3
by Wholeaal a at Special rates. Eiprsss wagon run U all r .
. u the the oity, and charges reasonable.
SWpETiAND - & - SHELDON, PROPRIETO: