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rtlBUaHBO SVKRy FRIDAY,
Tits JuMTtoi Cauiur. Before Justloe
ftwdgtir TueaUay waa triad the case of
UniMi vs uaroea Ufcowii wage fur
labor performed, mi oourt reserved
decision unlfl tomorrow.
Ort TH Jtitjr. Tbe ateataer IC
Jmni haa buen off Uer tegular run all
week, and it la not Itnown when
jhe will resume har run. I'lie Kehanl
imi bean ureal accommodation to
the people of St. Helena and thota
long the aloucb, and bar dully visits
,eaou way are greauy tnuaea.
Uktil Novkmviik 1st. Thi Mist's
jreduolien of SO per oent on subsorip.
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linn aaoounw win not noia good after
November I, IBtfa. Patrons wiahing
die oanent 01 uie discount SDOUId call
aud settle before that date. County
warranta of amall denomination! taken
l their market value on aH aoaounla.
J-BHSOJUfc AND LOCAJL.
rvTHUK BilX. Avon Lodne No.
2. K. ol 1'.. of thia place, haa deoldad
to give grand public ball oo the night
oiuetoiier mim, in ma large opera
nun in e. ueien. x.soeuen muilo
will be furnlehed, a grand supper will
I aerveo, ana every member of Avon
lodge will eee mat aU who attend an
Fas Tna ruLvtaizio Suoab. U
men are the aaJl at tba earth, the wo
men are undoubtedly the augar. Salt
ia a necessity, augar a luxury. Viol
ant men are saltpeter, ludifforent men
rook aalt, and nice man table salt, Old
maids are brown augar, good natured
matrona the loaf augar, and tfce pretty
girl the fine pulverised sugar, Paat
tba pulvariied augar, please.
Till BToaa-cauiHia. Burka 4
Chapman will atart their atone-ei-usher
again thia week with a force of 16
Italians. Tba macadam wbich they
will manufaetues wilt be need on the
atretic of Portland. Tba familiar
aound of tba eruiher will be ver
nieaeant to our eare alter lie long !
lenoe, and it would alto be very agree.
tie to hear ibe bum ol oilier macbin
ry which baa aiao been long ailenl.
Wild Hat Caor. Owing to the
fact of the aummer frethet lingering
a it did, the growth of wild hay was
retarded, and at a retail the work of
taking eare of that product haa bean
extended late Into the tall. There are
many tone of bay down, and if there
ie not a change in meterorologlcal
ondiliona immediately there will be a
heavy loee Inflicted upon our low land
farmers who depend upon that pro
duct One condition with another bat
worked many hardahipa upon our
farmers, and lastly to have their hay
crop destroyed is the most severe in
jury that could be Inflicted upon them.
KtcKBD by A IIokdi. Mlie Mary
Kendall, of CorvaJlie, well known here,
while ont driving with Miea Emerick
the other day, had one of her lower
limbs fractured by a lick from a kicking
liorse. They were on the Albany road :
aeveral milea from town when the!
horse began kicking, breaking op the
harness, and atrook Miea Kendall a
lick on the leg. The young ladloe
borrowed a barnece and returned with
the fractioua animal and vehicle. Au
examination br a phyaioian showed
that the limb waa fractured, and tba
young lady will be eoollned to ber
room for aeveral weeks.
Ohb or Oct Bora. Kdmond C.
Gilmer, who baa aered nearly eight
yeare aa aeaiatant secretary of atate,
waa last week elected secretary-manager
of the Stale Iaturenee Company
of Halcm, vice W. II. Collie, resigned.
Kd ia one of our boya and wa are
proud of blm. too. While jret a
youth -17 years old ha baa held, for
nearly eight years, one of the most
responsible offices ia the state, and it
has been efficiency in administering
his paat duUee that made hit laat pro
motion possible. Wa have no knowl
edge of so young a man having been
the recipient of such an honor, not
only in name but floanoially aa woll.
Tba people of Columbia county wish
you auoceea, Ed.
Burr Swu Factobt. A. beet
augar factory la projected (?Ju?JUn;
The plant will coat about 1100.000. A
company la now almost formed, with
a capitalised atock ol HOO.OOO, and
active work can soon be expected. Mr.
J. L. Smith, who waa mainly inttru
menial in originating the idea and
nothing it forward, says that there
can be raiaed to the acre sixty tone ol
heeta,andit la alwaya a aura oropj
that enough can be raiaed in that
community to Insure the running ol
the mill tba year round. The reason
why the eompany'a caplUllaed atock
Ss 1400,000 ia that tba company will
use ita aurplua to purchase lands with
the aim of growing beeta. Thi would
not be dona it it waa thought the
la.min In tht nstellborhOOd COUld
aunt.lv tha damand. Thia indicates
lhat Ilia wimnintf lain earnest. Mr
Rmith Hurva much Credit for bis
,.Lnr(.ln anirlt. and it is B gOOd
thing for Tualatin that be ia a resident
id that town.
Vo d A aancl ITIOl , J. B.
v mw - "
nnrnrla. anrtnmnaoied by DlS Wlie,
at.ri.wi fa. PanriUtsm Monday morn
u hr ihA will attend tba meet-
Ina ri tha Oreaaa Presa Assoialiin
tB Ik ink wnaassaiak1 ihrrm Tueidtty morn-
ing. The Oregon fdilora and their
vivea will be tbe gueste ol tba most
hospitable people in the slate i! oneia
to judge Irom tbe reports i which
come from that city. There has not
been one thing left nndone by the
people of Pendleton which would add
to the pleasure or oomtort of the vis
ore. The common council ol that
city went so tar even as to "ord;
inanoe imposing a penalty ol f 20 upon
any risitor who so far lorgets himseil
as to attempt to pay lor anything while
in the city. Pendleton sees the necea
ally ol such treatment to her "''
as tbe people are aware of the fact
that no better opportunity will offer
to establish a reputation lor hosp al
ity than to give the editors a reoept on
ot that kind, since as they are treated
well the pencil-puthere will do the
cuy juiiice upon wu "- v. rr-I-,-inla.Alunioranyeineraouii
Mr. end Mr.. Beegle will probably torn JjyJijj STANDARD.
iviurn tioaie touay.
upyouraubtoiipUon and use
pSn'J"' M"'omc. or neat "job
TAm llltrl f1 fli . m
in town Morj'' BttU"n-
A. 8lmnnaliuu. f v. .
town vu...i r ' was in
Despite the hard tlma. n i.
great deal ol travel, -
r , ... .
fn........ .i ' . " oaiem IDS
i m 0on"t). ' Deer Island, waa
in Porllaod Mouiiav.
IlerniaB Beamor, of Deer Island
in wwn Monday,
Try one of those fragrant "La Bet-
'(! aupi uy uots
One extreme followa another first
vum -, nexi warm weather,
Work of repairing Muokle Bros
is being pushed steadily along.
U, 11. rOM. M Frtal mam l
a . . -a--e -.- " au wvwu
iw ouuuttf en route for rortUad
ino aaiournea term of count
v.. .iuwuiiiu Deiv Wednesday,
ine circuit court dnrkt In, n..
October. 189. Urm. cm Mara in llilai
' ar -w
MIm Klttlt Moor, of SaW was In
town me orepart ol the week visiting
Mrs. D. Hensbaw. of Houlton. waa
a passenger oown from Portland Mon
Mr. and Mrs. A. Davie were nataen
gerafor Portland yetteidav morninv
. . "
un mo i oung America.
II. A. Matthews and wifa. of Pitta.
burg, were in town Tuesday on their
waw uoine irom rortiand.
Mrs. Kawler. of Houlton. returned
last Moaday evening from a three-
weeks' sojourn on the Bound.
i ne seaguu is making Its appear
ance upon me river, indicating tbe
approach ot the winter Beaton.
Oo to Roes' draft store for vonr writ.
ing tablets. You can And anything
in that Una there that you wish.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Switxer returned
Monday morning from Rainier, where
they bad apent Sunday with relativea.
The floanolal condition ol Columbia
oouotr, per tabulated report ol clerk,
sheriff, and treasurer, appeara in this
Borne activity exists in tbe lumber
and shingle business. One mill in
Beaver valley ia running day and
B. F. Qlltner and Secretary George
W. McBride were passengers up on
the mail boat last Mouday, en route
Alfred Harrison and wife, who have
been visiting relatives tor soma time
in Washington atate, relumed to this
Tbe severest rain storm that has
visited this section for a number of
years at thia eeaeon, prevailed here
during the present week.
On the county court docket for the
October lerm.which appears in another
column, there are eighteen law cases
and twenty equity cases.
The county officials are makiog the
necessary preparations for the term of
circuit court which oonvenee neat
Tuesday, tha 9th instant.
When the lumbering and logging
businesa revives in Columbia county
then can wa look for an improvement
in every channel ol business.
W. M. Davis, a prominent young
attorney of Portland, was in town
Tuesday, looking after the interests ol
olient in Justice Bwagers court.
R. P. Graham, of Portland, waa in
mmm m B
town on boaiueaa weanosaey. air.
Graham haa been spending several
daya at his old home at Marshland.
CeDt Houkerk. of tbe Young Amer
ica, moved his family to town yester
day from Portland. They are located
. via... air a Tf I .
n tbe bouse oocupiea oy vr. a. narru.
The duck season, for some reason
or other doea not convey rays of sun-
light upon tha expectations ot tne
average gunner, xowia m
in very slowly.
Had it not beeu tor tbe faot that
oordwood ia a necessity there would
have been hundreds more idle men in
Columbia county than there baa been
for tbe past year.
If von doubt it call and see lor
your own aalisfaclion that we can turn
out job work at this office equal to any
Portland office, and at prices commen
surate with the limee.
Denuty Sheriff Charles Blakesley re
turned last Saturday Irom a tour of
the counly on whloh occasion
he summoned the jury for the coming
session of circuit court. "
Gold excitement rune high in Ne-
halera. News Irom mere is to we ei
feet that ore laken Irom tha ledge ae
mines are on hock om.
at ftliir and Stevens, who
i a.i ha lka farm on Sauvies
island, recently purchased from W. D.
Connell, ol Deer island, seventy head
ol oows. The former gentlemen will
engage extensively in dairying.
.""J jro1? onerfor job printing to
mil office instead of sending your
""""j oroor out of tbe county.
We era dm oared tn turn
th',iD. in appearance equal to that
of rortiand offioM. and f.r nMa
jf. ' -
Miss Downiriff. a atvllah n,tlUn nf
Portland, will he 4a fit UA1. "ki tnka
ft . - uii W.VIWUB WWWWI
mi ano ium with a luU line of Jedies1
misses' and childrnn.' fax. Mix
Downing Invites the ladies ol St. Hel
ens and vicinity to call at tbe Oriental
"owi par lore.
P. Peck, of Vernonla, was In town
ouuHiay. iwr. recit came across
me Hunker hill road Tuesday through
uie drenching rain, and reports the
atmosphere nmuh cooler up Uiere
man down in the valley. In lact it
was very cold.
County Surveyor Will Meserve was
In town Wednesday ou his way to
Portland to have his Instrument re
paired. Tha crnpass got out of re
pair while Mr. Meserve waa locating a
road on Pebble ereek and ha was
obliged lo suspend operations and take
ii to rortiand.
Peter Cramer, a fireman on a North
ern faoino freio-ht enarine. was
drowned at Kalama laet Saturday
morning at 4 o'clock. A ewitcb had
been changed on the ferry track, and
another section of the train crashed
Into the part to which Cramer's en
gine waa attached, strikins: it with
such force aa to knock it overboard.
Tbe remaina were recoverd immedi
Tuesday might aa the eteamer Sarah
Dixon waa on her way up if rem Asto
ria, aha huided at Rainier to Uke on
wood, and while lying there the Har
vest Queen, in attempting to land
along side, crashed into Iter, almost
wrecking her. Tbe Dixon was efuck
on the port aide about opposite the
boiler, and for aeyerei J eel back the
guard and side ol the house were car
ried away. The Dixon ia in the Port
land boneyard. . ,:
Tbe committee on entertainment of
the Grand Lodge Knighte of Pythias
has changed the former programme aa
follows j Boceutlon at Elk's hall.Mar-
auam building, Tueaday, October 9th,
2 P. M. grand bhU and reception at
Hotel rortiand Tuesday, uctooer via
9 P. M.; grand parade Wednesday
evening-. October 10th 7 P. M. The
Hotel Portland haa been officially des
ignated aa headquarters of tbe Grand
Special Notice. A liberal offer
will be made the ladiea of Columbia
county by celling at Tha La Mode
millinery parlors, 228 First street, Port-
laud. Mew store and atyusu goons:
A. M. Bailey, a well-known citizen of En-
gens, Oregon, says that for years his wife
bat been troubled with ehroiile diarrhoea,
and'uied many remedies with little relief
an til the tried Chamberlain's Cbolle, Chol
era, and Diarrhoea Remedy, which bat
cared ber sound and well. Give it a trial
and you will bo surprised at tbe prompt re
lief it affords. Twenty nye and 60 cent
bottles for sale by Edwin Ross.
fflgbMt Honorf Wwld'At PaW
MOST PERPECT MADB.
COLUMBIA COUNTY'S FINANCIAL EXHIBIT
Giving the Clerk, Sheriff, and Treasurer's Re
port for the Six Months Ending
September 30, 1894.
SEMI ANNUAL REPORT
Of the County CUit of Columbia County, BUM of Orefoa. rtowlnn the amount and nnobarol
ciaimt aiiowta djt ma county court, wr wnai aiiowoa, amount 01 wwiwiiiqhwiipiuh
amount of warrant outatandlnii aad unpaid, from Uie 1st day el April, laM, to tha 8OU1 day
ol September, law, both ineluaire;
ON WHAT ACCOUNT ALLOWED
load and bridgs
Criminal act Circuit eourt...
Criminal aat Juallpaeourt
Kaeord booka. atatlonarv and orluUna
Court bouae aad Jail
Bounty on wild aoimala
Com ui lulouert
KuWIc etamUaUoa si taaehera
Total amount ellm allowed and drawn,
, 4 4M
. ,$ 18,810 051
I H,M0 06
AMOUNT OF OUT8TANDINQ WARRANTS UNPAID
Ontatandlnc, unpaid oounty warranta on the SOtb day oil
Kill mated InMraat accrued tharoon
Total amount ot unpaid county warrant
I s,ooo 00
STATB OF OR BOON. I
County n Columoia.i
I. Judann Waad. Count clerk of the county of Columbia. Mate of Omron, do hereby certify
that tha foraoiiuj i a true and correct latinni of th nunber aad amount ( claim allowed by
tha Coonty taurt 01 aaia otiuiity, lor tn i montn anainv on in iva aay 01 NiwiDKr, icnn, u
what account tba am were allowed, and tha amount of warranta drawn, and tba amount of war-
mmm n.,l...,li.. .nrf nnr.al.l . a ,h. urn. .niMT iinnn thrMnlB of DIT Otlice. and In BV Official
euatody. Witnoa my band and the aaai of the County Court ol ld county, thi lt day of Octo
br, A. D. 1WK. JUDSON WBEO, County Clerk.
SEMI ANNUAL SUMMARY STATEMENT
Of the financial condition ol the County of Columbia, la the Stole of Oracon, en the J0th day of
sepumoar, A. v. itwt. '
To warrant drawn on thai
County Trouurar, ana out
lUading aad unpaid
To eatimatod amounl of inter
M aecruoa taaraoa
. 41.7M 71
.. , , s,oao 00
Ry fund Ui hand of County Tna-
urar, appiicapta to wa paymant i
ciinxT warrauia. ................
Ry M acrea of land
By catimafd delinquent tax a
By lndebtednea of county
M ai 29
8EMI AKHUAL STATEMENT
Of the amount of money sad warrant reiTd for tax, and money paia 10 tn ioniy j raaa-
uror oy the enenn 01 uotumoia iouniy, uivim
naptambar, A. D. iStfi:
lor thealx month ending on the aOudeyoi
TO AMOUNTS RECEIVED
n oolo and currency lor tax,
a coin and currtnoy for fee. . .
DURING THE MONTH Of
By amonnt paid to County Treaaurer In the month of July
Br imiHiul paid to County Traaauntr in tha month of AuguM... ..
By amount paid lo County Treaaurer In tbe mouth of Boptambar. .
.. 46 87
.. 87 74
STATE OF OREGON, I
county 01 voiumoia.)
I. C. F. Dean, harlff of said eonnty, do hrby eortlfy that th foreaplnc (Utement is oor-
reot and true. Witnea my hand thia let day of October A. i. ine. c.f.uoah.
, ... ' auJlita VA vwasaaaswsea vvuutji
f , SEMIANNUAL STATEMENT
Of the Connty Treaaurer of Columbia oounty, Oregon, for the ill month ending on the SOtb aay
Of BepimDer. im. Ol mUOJ lOtWi . K1U WtU - " . .wa.m uv "
ouro, aud on what aoooant paid eut; '
Anffiiat 90 ...
To amount on hand from last report. . , .
To amount received from Haa. of itt. .
" " " atate treu'er
" " hrin-...
" Co. clerk
' ' " eherlfr...
1 co. elerk
Co. elerk . .
FROM WHAT SOURCE
State road fund..,,...
N. P. R. B. tax
Special school tax.......
General tax , . . . .
lOonnty road tax.
mai lee .,
Teacher' public Examioat'n
uverpm ana returnee.
Fee to October 1st..,..
i 888 75
1 84028 11
AMOUNTS PAID OUT.
By amount paid out on oounty warrant. r. ,
I ,1 " " " Hhool unerintendnt'a warrant
balance general runo on nann to pav aot. county warranta
' aohool fund on hand apportioned
" i county road tax en band
tate " " ' "
" Institute fund
11 aneclal deposit
...ta t. nuM &ta
paid Andanon Irom elal dpolt.
.. .. .nulla 1 MhMl Ik V
ii 11 " on county achool Snpt'. order on Inttltut fund..
" amount Pld on tal roaq tuna warrant. .
nant of oouuty warrant on hand.
amount atato tax paid (late trauurer. .
' 471 81
STATE OF OREGON. I,,,
, - M whartnn do hereby certify that the foregoing I a tru and correct atatemeut of the
"y!!n?, L'f iX;Pn th. snth dar of SeDUuiber. A. P.. 1894. Wilaea. my handthl. 8rd day of
raw'"--''"" ' C.H, wnlHlvn,
October, A, !., Iov4. , County Traaaurer.
While in Chicago, Mr. Charles L. Kabler,
a prominent shos merchant, of Des Mulnes,
Iowa, bad euite a serioos time of It. He
eeok such a severe cold that he could hard
ly navigate or talk, bnt tbe prompt nee of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cured mm
of his -cold so quickly that oilier at the
hotel who bad bad colds followed HI ex
ample, and bait a doxea peroews ordered It
from tbe nearest drag store. They were
profuse In their thank to Mr. Kabler for
telling them how to cure a bad cold so
quickly. For sale by E. Ross, druggist
When Baby waa etch, we gar bar Carter!.
Whao lb waChilAb cried for Oaatorla.
Whan b teoame Wm, eh ehug to Caatorla.
Whan tbm bad Chlklraa, rtw gaTaxbem Caatcrl.
Irving V. Larlmore, pbysicsl director of
Y. M. O. A., Des Molno, Iowa, says he
can conwientionsljr recommend Chamber
lain's Pain Balm to athletes, gymnasts, bL
cyclists, football players, and tbs profes
sion in general, for braises, sprains, and
dislocations; else far soreness and stiffness
of the Muscles. When applied before the
parts become swolen It will effect a cure in
one half tbe time usually required. For
sale by Edwin Roes.
Notice i berebv given that tbe firm here
tofore known a w. J Muckle ACo.,ba
this day diswlved partnership by mutual
consent, Mr. D. C. Tedford retiring, and
all obligation of the firm will be aasuracd
by W. J. Muckle, to whom all account due
tbe firm are to be paid. w. J. Mocklb,
D. C. Taoroao.
Dated thi 7th day of September, A. D..
1864, at Rainier, Oregon. 14o6
Ix Tax Ciscuit Coorr or raa Stan ot 0
BOOa, 90S TBS CODKTV OF COLOMBIA 1
Maxtba E. McLocaauw, Plaintiff, vs. Johx
B. Obtxl, Mabv Amanda Oarxi.,and Eo
wabd E. Pabsori, Defendant :
To Marr Amanda Ortei and John B. Or-
tel, two of the above-named defendant :
Is tbb SAum or thx Statx or uaxooa:
Yon are berebv notified and reanired to at
orar and anwer the cjmnlalnt tiled in said
court on the 16tb dsy of May, 1804, against
tne anove-namea aeienaania, in tna forego
ing-entitled suit, on or before the tint day
of the next term of said Court, next follow
ing the expiration of six weeks from tbe
nrst puDUcauon 01 ime summon, w-wit:
Bv the Tuesday after tbe second Monday in
Octabr,1894.being the9tb day of said month
of October, and tbat if yon fail to so appear
and aoawer, the plaintiff will, for want
thereof, apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in said complaint, to-wit: For
iudgment against you and each of yon, for
lie sum of $250, together with Interest
thereon from tbe 13th day of November.
1803, at ten per cent per annum . and for
tbe further sum of 00 as attorney's fees,
and for his costs and disbursements in said
suit, and for a decree of foreclorureof tin
mortgage in said complaint described, given
by you, on tbe following-described real
property, to-wit: Tha northwest of sec
tion Si, township 6, north range. 3 west of
the Willamette meridian. Columbia county
Oregon, to secure said amount, and for an
order of sale ot said premises to satisfy
said judgment, and for snch further relie!
as to tbe coart may seem right and Jurt.
This summon is served by the publica
tton thereof for six successive weeks, by
the order of Hon. Thos. A. McBride, iudge
of said circuit eourt, wade and dated May
DAVIS. GANTENBEIN A VKAZIE.
a!02l Attorneys for Plaintiff.
ENGLISH SHROPSHIRE RAMS
Address W. W. WEST,
8CAPP00SE. - - OREGON
Large Assortment of Pure and fresh .
Drugs and Patent Medicines
j-jr. a. p. McLaren,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
JJR. H. . CUFF,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
St Helens, Oregon.
J-JR. J. X. HALL,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Clatskauie. Columbia county, Or.
JR. EDWIN ROSS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
8U Helena, Oragoa.
JJR. J. M. P. CHALMERS.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
8t Helens, Oregon.
VT N. MESERVE,
Surveyor and Civil Engineer
; DELENA, OREGON. V
Conntv Survevor. Land Survevlmr. Town
Platting and Engineering work promptly
I will pay the highest cash price tor Colum-
nia county warrants.
Bend me an order for vour conntv war
rant, and receive the cash for It by return
O. V. WAV IB, '
Bt. Helens, Oregon.
TON ORIAL; ARTIST.
Having recently located in the city and
wishing to establish myself, I invite the
publio to favor me with at least a share of
your trad. Sharp, keen tssors.
COLBURN'S OLD STAND
Bt. HELENS, 111 OREGON
St. Helens Drug Store
- - - TOILET ARTICLES - - -
0AP , PERFUMERY, BRU HES, POWDERS, &C
AT ANY HOUR DURING THE DAY OR NIGHT
Dr. Edwin Ross, Proprietor
ST.HEJLjBNS - OrREQQOlNT
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL
Corner Trent and Morriaon Btreotw. '
This Is th most popular hotel In Portland, and has been for
many year. If you want to wseet a friend yon will surely
find him at the St. Charles. It also enjov the patronage of
the business man of tbe northwest. Courteous attendants.
' Favorite Hotel of th Citr ot Portland.
Main Street. St. Belena. Oregon.
FINE WINES, LIQUPRS, AND CIGARS.
Cite axUbvatk "ltlinlaa;M er" 4Urt n tPronaht.
A Good Billiard and Pool Table is provided for the nsc of Patrons, and parties who Wish
to spend a pleasant hour should remember ' 'THE BANQUET."
ejnlv tha Jfmreet ut set of (() fltsft em flenk. , r .
Card Tables are at the disposal of patrons who wish to indulge in a social frame of cards
"W. UHEKKB. Proprietor
LEADING - RESORT - IN - THE - CITY
MAKTJFACTDBBBe OF AMD SKALBX8 IW
Rough and Dressed Lumber
:FIR AND CEDARS
Of Every Style, Grade and Variety
AT THE OLD STAND,
STOP FOR YOUR MEDICINS AT THE
CLATSKANIE DRUG STORE
Where yon will find the largest stock of Patent
. Medicines, Prescription Drug, Toilet Articles, etc.,
ever found in Columbia County.
DR. J. JE. HAXXi, Proprietor
The tables 'are always supplied with the Best Edibles and Delicar :
cies the market afford.
TERMS REASONABLE FOR REGULAR BOARDERS
Having been newly refurnished we are pre oared to give aatisfao-
tiou to all our patrons,' a&d solicit a share of your patronage. '
J. GEORGE, Proprietor, St. Helens. Oregon
-THE LEADING MERCHANTS OF-
Vernonia and Cornelius. ; Ogn.
WRITE TO CORNELIUS FOR STAGE DATES.
FISHERMEN AND CAMPERS SUPPLIED
. . J. H. DECKER . . .
The old and reliable barber has his raxora just aa
sharp aa can be found, and will ebave you com
forUbly and quickly for only fifteen cents.
GIVE HIM A CALL AT THE OLD STAND ON STRAND ST
THE OEIEIITillA ; nOTEI
The table will be supplied with the beat the market affords.
Board by the Day, Week, or Month at Reasonable rates
Everything Clean. A Share of Your Patronage is Solicited.
A. H. BLAKESLEY, Prop, ST. HELENS, OR
ST. HELENS MEAT MARKET
All kinds of Fresh and Salted Meats, Sausage and Fish. Meats .
by Wholesale at 8pecial rates. Express wagon run to all parta
of the the city, and chargea reasonable.
SWEETLAND - & - SHELDON. - PROPRIETORS