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' i fUBMBHKD KVKItY FRIDAY,
Org to SimwiiiT-Ia accord,
nee with orders (rom the department
Ml Washington the Unci office at Ore
Ron City did, on October 8, throw
open lor er-tllmnent township 8 north,
i range 6 west, lying in Washington
and Clateop countiee,
Movd Tin Patient. Mr. Cher
rlngton, who has benn Mrlotuly ick
Ml lilt place in tha Hooter neighbor
hood lor tout time, wus lml week
brought down to St. Helens and ii
now domiciled at tha residence ol
John Scott, where ha tan have oloeer
attention than heratolora.
Am Orrioub Vmit.P. B. Maloolm,
master ot tha grand lodge ol Oregon
A. F. 4 A. M., accompanied by Pant
Oraod Mailer J. N. Dolph and Jacob
Meyar, and Qrand Treasurer D. 0.
McKeroher end Andrew Roberta will
pay Bt, Helena Lodge No. 32 an of
ficial visit on September 15, 1894.
KiLUtD Y a Tbain. The North
ern Paclflo train on Sunday night ran
over and killed a fine mara and oolt
belonging to Thomaa Cooper, ol tlili
place. Mr, Cooper had intended
aandlog tha animala to Doer Iiland
for pailure Monday, but turned them
out Sunday night and before morning
the railroad wee charged up with them.
Bipairiho ths Mascot. The
ataamtr Klwood ia on the Lewie and
Lake river run in place of tha Mascot
while tha latter ia being repaired. The
El wood cannot ascend Lewie rlmr,
but tha company have a little ateamer
that drawe vary little water and makee
great deal ot noiaa, that pliea tha
Lewie river, connecting at tha mouth
with tha larger ateamer.
Loer Hbb Smokestack. On Thura
day of laat week aa tha ateamer Baker
waa attempting to paa through the
llurnelde-slreet bridge In Portland, tha
draw awung to before the ateamer had
time to peat and caught tha smoke
aiack and kingpost, carrying both
way and otherwise damaging the
boat. Tba steamer Hasaalo waa soon
brought Into service and proceeded on
tha trip with tha cargo ol tba disabled
Futsn ad Wmsitias. C. E. Bun
yon, wub six weeks' growth ol whiskera
and Attorney L. K. Adaroe so (at be can
hardlv aaa returned from tha mount
ains near Mt. St. Helens last Friday.
Tbay did not attempt tha trip from
Mount 81. Helena to Mount Rainier
along lb summit of the range aa tbey
Intended when they started on tha
IriD. There waa too much Joy in
camp life on tba banks of Trout Lake
to attempt any feat involving manual
Bubpacb Gold. It ia said that
alone- tha north fork of Lewis river
there ia any amouut of lose gold. In
a number of inslanoea small nuggets
hate been picked up assaying from 3
cants to as many dollars, but no very
rich ledge bee yet been located. There
re, it ia claimed, no less than 300 men
t tha present time prospecting in the
Lewie river country far op towards the
bead waters. There ia little doubt but
that enuntrv abounds with the preci
one metal, but to looale it in paying
quantities ia tha pussier.
Tub Mabzabita. Tba United
States lighthouse Bod buoy .lender
M.n.n(L ilxt no at Bt. Helena last
VriH nlirht on her war on tha river,
Hhe bad been working ber way up the
river, relocating buoys and delivering
ouppliea to the different light stations.
Among tha ligbte on board waa one ol
w... i.rsa Mnuitv for tha War
rior' rock lighthouse, Tba vessel
waa viailed during tba evening by a
large number of our ciluens, and by
th nniirunv of tba officers, were
hown the various thioga ol interest
bout tba vessel.
American Citizens. Theeioursion
given last Sunday from Portland to
this pUoe by the Order of American
Mechanics, for tha benefit of Colum
bia Cuunoil No. 10, was not largely
attended, hot (he speeches and musio
at the nark Were vrv entertaining
The steamer Clly of Fraukfort
brought the crowd which at once re
paired to the park, and after luncheon
the eierclxes consisting of musio by
the accompanying baud and speeches
whs tha the reauliir order. Tha flrst
speaker was Dr. Llttleflold, president
of the counoi). Ha was followed by
K. N. Dedy. W. L. Nultina. O. O.
Holman anJ Mr. Haines, respnctively.
'IH. I. .1. 1 ' .,
i no n)ora were an ireuuenuy ap
plauded by the enthusiastic audience.
It was Indeed surprising to besr a
man of O. 0. Hohnan's eduoational
attainments using such an amount of
slang phrases, though which greatly
amused tha audience. At about 6
o'clock the party left for Portland, all
seemingly satisfied with their trip.
Mary Sandbars. The steamer
Mssoot has been laying over night nt
Caples this week on neennnt of the
immense amount of aand filling in at
the mouth ot Lewis river. The
steamer will not be able to get into
the mouth of Lewis river until the
river raiaea sufficiently to cut out a
channel into the Columbia. The wa
ter is also too low lo navigate Bache
lor slough, and instead of making the
out-off into Lake river, she comes to
the moutb and ascendi returning the
same way. The Kellogg ia also hav
ing difficulty getting into the Cowlits.
One day last week ene was compelled
to wait for the tide to raise before the
could get out. All the various small
streams and inlets along the river are
in about the same condition, the hign
wsier having left their "mouths piled
full of aand."
DiBTiRauisiiBO Campebs. Captain
George J. Aainaworth and family, of
Redoudo Beach. California, apent last
Tuesdsy night in Bt. Helens on their
way to the Nehslem valley where
they expect to rusticate for some time,
bis physician having prescribed this
trip for Captain Ainawortb'a health.
Tha party brought with them full
camp equipage, several vebiclea and a
number of servants, and are fully pre
oared to enior camp life. Captain
Ainswoth waa at one time commander
of the Welcome, plying between Port
land and Ealama. He le a eon ol
Csntaio J. C. Ainaworth, deceased,
who waa proprietor of the Ainaworth
National Bank and one ol the princi
nal stockholders in the Oregon Rail
way & Navigation Company. Captain
Ainaworth is now operating a large
summer resort hotel at Redondo
Well Known b ebb. Professor C.
II. Jones, st one time principal of our
public schools, has been employed aa
nrincinal of the Oswego aohoola for
the coming year, and will enter upon
bis duties in bis new location Bepteuv
Dellberatlone of the Commissioners
at the Heptember, 1604, Term.
Court came to order on Wednesday
morning, September 6th, with Hon.
Dean Blanchard, Judge, presiding, B.
0. Sthoonover and P. A. Frakes, com
missioners, C. F. Doau, sheriff, and
Judson Wsed, clerk,
Viewers' report on Rudolph Kartb
road received and road ordered to be
Viewers' report on John King road
received. Claim of Christof Snuervin
for damages presented, and John Lam
berson, 0. 8. Emerson and Joteph
Bherman appointed appraisers to aa
snss damages, to meet September 18,
Viewers' report on Makinster road
continued for tha term.
Petition of 0. L. Parker and others
for county road, continued for the
Petition of John Mullin and others
for county road, granted, and John
Taylor, C. Reed and K. Ridgway ap
pointed viewers, and W. N. Meserve,
surveyor, to meet at the residence of
R. J. Tyacke, September Z8, IBM.
Report of T, 0. Watts, ex-sheriff, ex
amined and approved.
Ordered by the court that hereafter
no report of viewers of roada will be
accepted wherein the grade exceeds
ten per cent.
Ordered that the tax levy for 1894
be: Couotv. 17and 29-30 mills: sol
diers' and sailors' indigent fund, 1-30
of a mill; school fund, 5 mills.
In the matter of appointment of
justice of the peace and constable for
Union precinct. J. Jtl. Bwager ap
pointed iustice of the peace, and C. U
L. Decker, constable.
In the matter ot employing legal
advice Judge Blanchard ws empow
ered to engage the aervicea of J. C.
Moreland to aasist the district attor
nev in auila now pending, in which
Columbia county ia plaintiff.
Ordered that the appoiotment of C
H. Newell, euperviaor road district No.
4, is hereby revoked.
In the matter of the appointment
of supervisor for road district No. 4.
J. 11. Uodlrey appointea.
In the matter of settlement with the
various county officers. The accounts
of E. M. Wharton, treasurer, C. r
Doan. sheriff, and Judson Weed, clerk
were presented, and upon examination
were found correct and ordered ap
Removed to Reuben. Ex Sheriff
nd Mrs. T. C. Waita left last Saturday
for Reuben where they expect to reside
In the future. Mrs. Watte will have
charge of the poatomce and store at
that place and Mr. Watte will look after
the wharf, eto. Mr. WatU has been a
resident ol St. Helena for the paat 85
yeare, and ia known to almost every
resident of the county, and his famil
iar face will be missed by those with
whom ha baa come B,wni?,cl,,da2Sf
these many yeare. Mra. Watt., who
has lived bere but a abort time, baa
made many warm frienda who regret
exceedingly losing ber from their
midst. But wherever Mr. and Mrs.
Watta journey the good wishes of our
people go with them.
Donation Land C la imi. Repre
sentative Hermann'a Wll, which haa
Sow become a law, provid ng llmiu
tlons forproofa In donation land claims
In Oregon, Washington and Idaho,
provides tbat claimants to such lands
Pi" . -. t.-...- 1. 1896. the right
7 ' b. ant nroof. in default of
which the claim, are
j vn. am to be nnblUhea in
lb proper -nd di8trioU Mlu,rin
claimintiV their heir. B"U
make final prof within the t me pree
priced, and failing to do
:n J .inMi to the public domain.
It tha landa have been In the quiet,
adverse possession for 20 years of any
person claiming the same by deeeut,
'TLv:. j..jii.i ..i. arrant or convey
Sne, from tb, original claimant, auch
no" '.' u.n K ..titled to patents
,o,::;""';i of .uch t.ote. n
rr.".r'"Vr.H.d that whero any
donation laid claim aettled upon prior
"'"JSriifm ofhtT and
""f"" "; him as a bona fide
nas own uwvi j -- .
' jj ...k .Afiier. if he baa e
haualed bis homestead right, may Hie
?f.uu .1- Jrf...r of the United States
r'-'i .-I. .mH.viu of himself and
wo disinterested witnesses " Jo settle
ment, and thereupon aball pay to the
S, ol the United Btatea land
office 1125 per acre for the land, not
I:.. ifln The act. in tne
hllerpe-it. cort. at
present. The nterior department is
Si "cud to issue rules and regulations
in town thia week
W. M. Perry, ol Rainier, was
business in this oity Saturday.
J. B. Godfrey has been appointed
road supervisor for this district.
Captain James Cox, of Houlton, is
now captain of the ateamer Kebani,
Jodge P. H. Ward, of Portland, waa
In tha citv Monday on legal business.
Mra. A. M. Carlile, of Hillsboro
came down Tuesday to visit with Mrs.
J. R. Beegle for a few daya.
John Corey and hia mother came
over from Glencoe Tuesday to visit with
the family of Thomaa Cooper.
Harrv Weat. J. D. NcKay, J. O.
WatU and D. W. Price, of Soappooae
were at the oounty seat laat week,
Mrs. Frank Miles ia home again
after a prolonged visit with her parents
Judge and airs. r. a. noore, ui mi
G. C. Jaquiab, of Reuben, who waa
so seriously hurt a short time ago by
falling through a wharf, ia out again,
Imtina Rwaaer ia now clothed with
offloial authority and prepared
serve tbe publio In the capacity
justice of tbe peace.
Armrftviait of several daya with
her mother, Mrs. Elisabeth ferry, oi
Houlton. Mre. Jacob urous, ot nam
nisr, returned home Tuesday,
Mrs. C. L. Colburn, formerly of thia
nlua. but now ol White Haimon
W T flaroatlend had Quite severe
attack of what promlied to be typhoid
fever, the 6 rat of the week, but ia now
able to be about again. ,
Mrs. W. I. Bweetland, returned laat
from Grant'a Paaa, where she
baa been for several weeka viaiting ber
mother who resides at tbat piaoe.
Miss Nura Con vers, of the Enterprise
force, of Oregon City, Is spending a
oouple of weeka viaiting frienda at thia
place. While bere aha is the guest of
Mies Tillie Muckle.
ffehnol begun In St. Helens Moo
tv with R. 8. Hatton in charge.
waa not generally known that the
term would begin so soon and conse
flnantlv the attendance has not been
so large aa it might otherwise have
been. . . :
Oregon Press Association
The eighth annual session oi tbe
Omirnn Press Association ia hereby
called to meet at the oity of Pendleton,
Tuesday, October S, lawk, at a o'clock
P. M. Thia will be a very important
meeting ot thia body, and all members
are requested to attend. Those wish
ing to learn about transportation, etc,
will please write to Mr. E. L. E. White,
chairman ol the exeoutive committee,
Portland, Or., on or before September
15. All papere belonging to the asso
ciation will please publish thia notice.
I. L. Campbell, President.
JT. M. Bailey, a well-knowa citlien of En
gens, Orepon, says that for years his wire
has been troubled with ehronio diarrhoea,
snd used many remedies with little relief
until sbs tried Chamberlain's Chollo, Chol
era, and Diarrhoea Remedy, wblch bas
cured her sound and wall- Give It atrial
and you will bo surprised at tha prompt re
lief It affords. Twenty-Ays snd 60 oent
bottles for sals by Edwin Ross.
H.ll. Dr. J E. iustice fees, state va
Hslnes. A B. constable fses. same., 8 00
Waisanen. Oscar, eonstable fees
stats vs Peter Johnson... ZOO
Powers. Joseph, same ease 1 00
VaoDyke. L W. Justice fees In state
vs J Vsnblsrlcora a 70
VanDyks. L W, constable, same. . . 2 SB
Allen. Mary, witness, ssme l ou
Beueman, Julia, witness, same.... t 60
HaU.JB.JusticeteestatevsKenteb 9 60
Haines, A B, constable, same It 76
Henderson. Henry, Iustice fee same 60
fltockenberg, J-bn, constable, same X 80
O s-'on at 1st. blanks sod stationery 68 66
Mewth. C H. medical attendance on
Mrs Hawkins....... ............ OU
WatU fc Price, powder and nails
f nrnbhed road district No 1 ... . 11 40
Veulnr. C. lumber for road district
No 18 b
Oreaon Mist, blanks far sheriff .... 87 26
McNutt Bros, nails fur rosd district
Orchsrd A Jones, water rent. ...... 8 00
Witts A Price, nails for road dis
trict No 2 8 60
Adsms. T L, superintending con
struction of bridge. v 00
Newell, C H, work in clerk's office. 16 18
Black, Edward, chain carrier on
Frank Bishop road - x op
Hall, J E, examination of Insane
person 6 oo
Irwin, Ben OA Co, blsnks for tbe
clerk - - W60
Rosier, Michael, lumber for road
dlstrlotNoS ... Ill
Zllhrett. V A. aapplies furnished O
Boles, psuper....... 176
WatU, T C, return of poll tax 1 10
8eeseman, R, coffin for Mrs Haw
kins W 00
Adams, V 0. hauling lumber tor
road district No 19 1612
Roberts, E, road work In same dis
trict .- 22 05
MoOain A Quigley, lumber for road
dlstriotNoB 20 00
Smith, WD, deputy district att'y.. 25 00
Dolan, John, boarding pauper .... 22 60
Dolman, W H. supplies for Mrs
Romboskl 15 78
McMane, Wm.work In road district
No2 4 60
Brooks, C P, bounty on soslps 9 60
Kilby, J 0, work and lumber m
rosd dlstrlotNo8 .... 62 60
Dart A Muckle, supplies furnished
Mrs McOoy a 0
Blakesley, A H, boarding prisoners 10 97
Meserve Bros, lumber for road dis
trict No 17 88 92
Wonderly , O E, supervisor road dis
trict No 17 26 00
Bishop. Frank, anpervlsor road dls-
No 6 - 66 00
Davis. David . receipt books ....... 2 00
Powers, I F, desk for clerk's office. 9 86
Meston. Dvaert A Co. record books 181 75
Karth,Rudolph,chalnman on Earth
Kartb. John. saraa.. .4 40
Rldsway, E, bridge plank, road dis
trict No 19 8 91
Kyser, H. L, work In road district
No81 r 9 00
Solomon. Thos, same 25 88
SlnUo, IgnaU, work in road district
No 23. 7 61
RMirw. E. work in road district
No8l.. 98 00
Johnson, L P, work in road district
Not.... 10 50
WhlUker, R, lumber for road dis
trict No I 89 97
Stump, A, eupervlsor road district
No I 22 75
Smith, B L, supervisor road district
No 7 65 50
Newell, CH, supsrvlsor rosd dis
trict No 4 ... 4 00
Adsms, D O. hauling powder road
district No 19 82 60
Parson, D J , support of pauper. ... 12 00
Portland hospital ears of pauper. . . 88 00
Wsst, H, supervisor road district
Conysrs, W B. bounty en scalps . . 7 00 .
WatU, J O, attending teacher' ax- I
amination. .....,.. 00
Oleeton, T J . same. . ,,.-.,.,....,.'
Little, A B, same , w
Emmons, M R, steel drill furnished
rosd district No 19 6 00
ZHigett, F A, snpDlles for pauper- " 00
SeMsman, R, supervisor rosd dis-
Adams, DO, building breakwater.. 67 70
Zlllgelt. F A, supplies for road dis
trict No 19 1 oo
Bablki. Frsnk. supervisor road dis
trict No23 80 00
Kvssr. W H. assessor....- . . 846 26
Tedford. D C. lumber for rosd dis
trict No8... w
Muckle Bros, lumber for courthouse 6 86
Bra idock. J F. repairing britlKe ... 4 00
Muckle Bros, supplies furniabsd
Mrs McCoy ...... 80
Bumxurdner, I, viewer on King ,
SDlawn.JB. same 4 20
OaiUns. Jas,ssms......'. 6 00
King, John, marker, ssme......... 4 20
Fowler, D. R, chain-carrier, ssme.. 4 20
Hendricks. Jesse, sams... 4 20
WhIU. Joseph, viewer on Ksrth
Dsd .- :
Oliniski Frank, eheln-carrier.same 4 40
Miller, William, viewer, same 4 70
Dsliskl, Joseph, same - 7 00
Weed. Judaon. oostase 10 00
Dart A Muckle. supplies for court
Howard. H O. lumber for rosd dis
trict No 8 76 82
Howard. H O. lumber for rosd dis- -
trlct No 2 w
Bchoonover. S O, commissioner ... 44 88
Frakes, P A, commissioner 18 60
Honeymsn. DeHart A Co, powder 212 63
Meserve W N, surveyor 18 60
Malmtten.FE.stampage .......... 4510
WatU , J O, services in institute .... 18 60
Ross, Dr E, medics! attendance on
BILLS CONTIBUBD FOB THB TBBM.
Lamberaon, H C, box for coffin of
James Peacock 1 75
Delln A Co. coffin for Jamea Pea
cock ....... -- 20 ou
Bumaardner W H. supervisor rosd
districtNo26 - WW
Muckle Bros, lumber for rosd dis
trict No 4 ...... 28
Same, road district No 6 .... 2 84
Bams, road district No 8 8 48
Harria. John. deDUtr supervisor
road district No 6 ...... e w
Mavaer Co. material for bridge
road district No 9 147 oe
Johnson Bros, lumber for rosd dis
trict No 9 235 18
WatU, T C, making levy and post-
Ins notices of delinquent tax, on
rail for 1893 1500 45
Oregon Mist, publishing delinquent
UxUst for 1888 807 00
Colt bill state vs V Oliniski. . 78 85
Cost bill sUte vs Bain et ol 138 06
Cost bill state vs Ed Lamberson ... 69 86
Cost bill state vs Sibiski et al 60 15
Court adjourned until October 12th,
: ," suvimoiib.
Ia thb Ciaom Coost or tub Stats or Oa-
noM. von inn Ooostt or CotcwstA i
Msaraa E. MoLouobhb, Plaintiff, vs. Jona
B. OsTtt, Masv Asuxda Oarai, and Jtp-
WASO K. raasoas, ueienaan:
Large Assortment of Pure and Fiesh
Druirs and Patent Medicines
St. Helens Drug Store
To Mary Amanda Ortel snd Jonn . ur-
tel. two of the nbove-nsmea osienuan:
Jm mum Hams n, Ml BTATR OW URHOV
Yon are herebv notllled and required to au-
.nrf nr tha e.imulaint Hied in laid
conrt on ths 10th day of May, 18W, agsinst
tlia ahora-named deiendanu. in ins ioreco
ln-entitled suit, on or before tbe first day
. .1 . ... mm(A I 'mxrl n Vt fallow
Inc ths exolration ol aix weeks from ths
nML nun iruinn 11 inn luininvii..
MuthaTnoadav alter the second Mondsv in
n;.tohr.llM.belnc theUtbdavofssid month
w - " . M ,t I
of October, and ttist u yon ran w to appear
and answer, the plaintiff will, for want
thereof, apply to ths Court for ths relief de
manded in said complaint, to-wit: ' For
inrfim.nt aaainat von and each of yon
tha aura of 1250. together with Interest!
n,.r.n tmm tha ISth dav of November. I
1818. at ten per cent per annum, and for I
SSSS S0APS.PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, POWDERS, &C
mortgage in said complaint aescrioea, given
ho v..n. on tlia followinK-described real
propertr, to-wit: The northwest of sec
lion 8i, township 5, north range. 8 west of
the Willamette meridian. Uolumma county,
riramn. tn aai-nra aaid amount and for an
nrrfrr iA aale ot aald premises to sstisfy
said judgment, and for such further relief
as to ineconTi may aceiu riKu juv.
Thia nmtnnna ia aarved bv tba publlca
hnn fhjtrAnf for aix ancceaaive weeks, bv
tbe order of Hon. Thos. A. M-Bride, Judge
of said circuit court, made and dated May
1 da VIM flAKTRNBRIN A VEAZIE.
1021 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
HEBirr'i a ale. ,
P .Una nt an axacntlon issued out of
tbs Circuit court of tbe state of Oregon, for
the county of Multnomsn. in tneacnon
hHn Wm Church. Jr.. recovered judg
ment sgalnst John Flnegan, for $220, and
i mm ox I. i 1. .aa .t..n Jinnarir OA
nuff.w. w tj.i. " p, -- - j
1890. and bears interest at 8 per cent per
a mum. from said date, I hare levied upon
snd hereby given notice, that I will sell at
public auction, to tbe blphest bidder, on
the 16tb day of September, 1894, st the hour
of 10 o'clock a. m , at tbe courthouse door,
st St. Helens, Columbia connty, uregon.
tbe following-described real estate, situate
In said i;olumoiacoiim.y: tne normwrai ;
of section 9. township 6 north, range
west of tne WUiameite menaian. or u
mnch thereof ss mav be necesaary to sat-1
Salt said execution and the accruing costs
.nrfifnniuiof ul. C. P. DOAN.
Hhcriir or miumma uountv. uregon
Dated August 0. 1884. al7sl4
f n the Circuit Court of ths SUte of Oregon
for the County nr Columbia.
Jambs Past, Plaintiff,
Thomas Dawsoit, Martha E. Dawsok,
S. A. Miles, Waltii H. Burs end
Lnr-v T. Rnaa. Defendrnts.
To Wslter H. Burr and Lucy T. Burr, two
of the sbove named defendants:
IN THE NAME OK THE HTATE OF
fkmrnn. vou and each of vou are hereby
notilied and required to appear snd answer
tbs complaint bled in ssio i;onrt on toe
31st dav f July, 1894. against tbe above
named defendants in the foregoing entitled
nit on nr before the first dav of the next
term of said Court next following tbe expira
tion of six weeks from the first publication of
this summons, to-wit: uy tne nrst i una ay
aftr tbe second Monday in Ociober, 1894,
being the 9th day of said month of October,
and that if rou fail to so sppear and an.
r tha nlalntiff will, for want thereof,
annl to the Court for tbs relief demanded
in said complaint, to-wit: For judgment
again! defendants Thorns vaweon ana
Martha E. Dswaon for the sum of 8190.00,
together with interest thereon from tbe
tHih da of Animst. 1893. at the rate of ten
per cent, per annum, and for the further
uvn of $75.00 as attorney's fees, snd also
tbe further sum of $12.08 paid as taxes on
mortgaged premises hereinafter described,
and for his costs snd dinbnniemeut in said
suit snd for a decree of foreclosure of the
mortgage in said complaint described given
by tbe defendants, Thomas uawaon ana
Martha K. Dawson, on the following des
cribed real estate, to-wit: Ths northeast
Siuarterof tbe northwest quarter of section
ni.ru.il and also ths east half of the south
west quarter of section eleven, all in town
ship seveo north, range three west of the
Willamette Meridian and containing one
hundred snd twenty acres of land ia Co
lumbia county, Oregon, to secure said
mnnnt. and for an order of sale of said
premises to satisfy said Judgment, and for
such further relief as to tbe Court may
Hm riff-ht and lust.
Tbis summons is served by the publica
tion thereof for six successive weess oy tne
order of Hon. Thomas A. McBride. judge
of said Circuit Conrt made and dated Aug
ust 1st, 1894. AUI.liA.KU dt tVLK,
24o5 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Notice is herebv siren that tbe firm here
tofore known as W. J Muckle A Co., has
this dsv disso ved partnership by mutual
consent. Mr. D. 0. Tedford retiring, and
all ohlivallnna of tha firm will be assumed
by W. J. Muckle, to whom all accounts due
tne nrm are to ds pata. v . j . awm,
D. O. TsnroRD.
Ttated thia 7th dav of Seotember. A. D.
1894. at Rainier. Oregon. , sl4o5
AT ANY HOUR DURING THE DAY Oft NIGHT.
Dr. Edwin Ross, Proprietor
ST1. I-IEZL-iSlvrS - OPREGC3-01M
THE ST, CHARLES HOTEL
Corner JTront and Morrison Strwwtsj.
This is tbs most popular hotel in Portland, and bas been for
msny years. If yon went to meet a friend yoa will surely
And dim st the St. Charles. It also enjoys tbe patronage of
tbe business man of tbe northwest. Courteous attendants.
JTsworltet ITotl of that City of Portland.
Buy a Home
The original town plat can be aeen
by applying in person on
E E. QUICK,
Resident Agent, 5t- Helena, Oregon
THE B A.3STQUH1T7
Main Street. Bt. Helena. Oregon.
FINE WINES. LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
Che .Uteirts "SPstnhnrM CsV spt on VranahU
A Good Billiard and Pool Table ia provided for tbe use of Patrons, snd p
to spend s pleasant noor suouia rememoer i xts snvt"
ejttiw the Vwreet sntk tfawt af iauv srt mn BsnK
Card Tables are at tbe disposal of patrons who wish to indulge in a social rameof carde
and we can assure them that tbey will be well treated at "THE BANQUET."
. "W. JL. MBSEEB. Proprietor
LEADING - RESORT - IN - THE - CITY
buxwacturkks or in dkalxu ih
JQR. A. P. MCLAREN,
PHYSICIAN AMD BURGEON.
Rough and Dressed Lumber
;fir and cedar;
J-jR. B. K. CLIFF,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Bt, Helens, Oregon.
Of Every Style, Grade and Variety
AT THE OLD STAND.
JK. i. X. HALL,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Clatskanis, Columbia oounty, Or.
STOP FOR YOUR MEDICINS AT THE
JJB. KDWIW BOSS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Bt. Bslens, Oregon.
B. J. M. P. CHALMERS,
GLATSKANIE DRUG STORE
Where yon will find tbe largest stock of Patent
Medicines, Prescription Drugs, Toilet Articles, etc.,
. ever found in Columbia County,
DE. J. E. HIAXiIj, Proprietor
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
fit. Helens. Oregon.
yy V. KS8EEVI.
Surreyop and CiYil Engineer
County Burreyor. Land Surveying, Town
Platting and Engineering work promptly I
The tables are alwaya anpplied with the Beet Ediblea and Delica
ciea tbe market affords.
TERMS REASONABLE FOR REGULAR BOARDERS
Having been newly refurnished we are prepared to give satisfac
tion to all onr patrons, and solicit a shnre of your patronage.
WANTED COUNTY WARRANTS! J GEORGE, Proprietor, St. Helens, Oregon
I will pay the highest cash price for Colnm
Dim county warran
Bend me an order for your county war
rant, and reoslve the casn
for it bv return I
B. v. da via,
81 Helens, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that 1, the under
signed, have been duly appointed by the
honorablecountycourtof Columbia county.
Oregon, administrator of tba estate of
Merritt Pomeroy, deceased, snd that all
persons having claims sasinst said estate
are required to present them with the
? roper vouchers, within six months from
be date hereof to ma at 8t. Helens, Colum
bia oountv .Oreaon, care of W. H. Dolman.
Dated at Bt. Helens, Oregon, this 6th day
of September .18M.
V EDMOND O. GILTNER,
Administrator ot the estate of Merrill
Pomeroy, deceased. . s7o8
Hlfbest Honors WorW Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Craps Creim of Tartar Powder. Frsa
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THB STANDARD.
J. !Ne Slusser,
HAIR DRESSER fishermen
AMD ' '
THE LEADINQ MEBCHANT8 OF
Vernonia and. Cornelius, Oen.
WHITE TO CORNELIUS FOB STAGE DATES.
AND CAMPERS SUPPLIED
Having recently located in tbe city and
vixhlns' to Mtabllsh mvself. I invite the
publio to favor me with at least a share of I
your uaae. coarp , seen ruon. :
COLBUSM'S OLD STAND
ST. HELENS, s : s OREGON
. . J. H. DECKER ...
The old and reliable barber baa his raaora just as
sharp as can be found, and will abave yon com
fortably and quickly for only fifteen cent.
GIVE HIM A CALL AT THE OLD STAND ON STRAND ST
WUXAMCTTI SLOUGH ROUT.
Leavoa 8t. Helens for Portland
. at6.-45 A. VL, Daily,
JOY'S , "
.....7:06 A. at I
S:0t A. Bt I
1:19 A. M
.... A. K I
' Leaves Portland
at 3.-00 P. M. Arriving
iat St. Helens at 9:80 P. M.
The table will be supplied with the best the market affords.
Board by the Day, Week, or Month at Reassnatb rstes
Everything Olean. A Share of Your Patronage ie Solicited.
A. H. BLAKESLEY, Prop. ST. HELENS. OR
ST. HELENS MEAT MARKET
All kinds of Fresh and Salted Meats, Sausage and Fisb. Meats
by Wholeseli al Special ratee. Eipreas wagon run to all part
of the the city, end obargee reasonable.
SWEETLAND & - SHELDON, - PR0P?JETC:
lor carrying the mn