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OREGON MIST J MOtt WimM TBOVGBT. I COMMIoaUONEBaV COURT.
ISSCE0 KTBRY FBIOAY HOMNINQ
BEEGLE & DAVIS.
There are a few people in the State
or Oregon who are to narrow in their
view m to aaasert that, aside from
themselves, Senator Dolph I the only
renublican in tha atntar and iliut all
iAi tK. I those who oppose hi perpetuation in
office, whether on the ground of fin
. anbscriyllasi Bates.
Ob sopy on rr la aavaae.,
un. copy six inouuie..,
aiof l eopj........
Adrtrtltint rat mad known upon application
COLOMBIA COUNTY DIRECTORY,
.Dean Blanehard, Kalnter
nance or land grants, are populixU. If
l to the men connected with the anti-Dolph
movement, a majority of whom have
been fighting the battles for the repub
lican party and for republican princi
pie all these year, are populists, then
the republicans have greatly decreased
in number. But such assertions are
of the most shallow and friraloua Ivdc
Jedea... Dma Blaaehard, Rainier I ...
cterk. ....... Judaon weed, Vnnonta I ne republican party is progressive
Treurr.V.:;;::.k.'ai: Wharton' Columbia city and always has been. While, of course,
5.,:. member, are alow to com
ti far U U-bwa TV.1... t a a a .
v"- -" J. ...8. o Schoonover, Vsroouta new ideal or to grapple with new
iMitea, the rank and file are marching
onward in a progressive way. On
most of tun halm; questions of the
day the republican party is a unit, but
there appear questions of lesser im
portance in which individual opin
ion differ and independent thought
and action come to the surface, yet
in the main are concurrent with the
plan of republicanism. No
Masonic, 8t Helen Lode. Wo. i Reenlar
eomraunioauon nrsi ana uiira Buuraar in
each month atrsor. M. at Masonic hall. Vtait-
lac ssembar la rood standing lavUed le at-
bUbohic Rainier Lode.
Baselines BalurdaT on or beforeeaca lull
at 1 m r. a. at Haaonle kali, over Blaaohard'a
store. Vlalting nembar la good standing la-
vuea le auena,
Meets .ran Beturdav nleht at 7 :80. Tramleat I general
SSSST " party, sect or creed has the right or
Kateim or PYrais.-Avoa lode No. sa. can consistently set un a code of
i, ueiens, uregoau iTaa- f .... j w
beta, you must conform to each and
everyone of these to be with u in
He who would assert that "if you
do not think just as I do you are a
hypocrite," is only making' an exhibit
of the narrowness of his iutellect.
People, especially republican, are
taught the right and it i their duty to
thiuk for themselves, think as they
please, the wailee of the "hollier than
thou" contingent to the contrary not
Odd Fellows hall, St. Helen. Oregon.
stent oretaren unwa to attana.
Kwtaan or Prrata. Rainier Lodre wo. is.
sieeia every Saturday evening at v:au ocioea,
in tneir natt, over ueits aeon, 'xvanateat oreut'
rea eormauy un tod to attend.
Jokiob Oaosa rjamo AnaicAW Bfsca sa
les.-Colombia Council No. Ml Meet In Odd
Fellow' ball. Bt Helen, every Thuradav even
ing at 7: o'clock. Visiting brethren In good
ataaaing, uvitea to auena.
Obsbb or Iimu 8T4B, Mspeh. Chapter
meet every second and fourth Saturday at
r. at., la Masonic nail, w. Helen, uragon.
welcome giaan to vlalting member.
T. HELENS, OREGON, JAR. It.
Wbiu we are experiencing rather
wintry weather wo are on the lucky
aide of the country after all. The Ne-
braskans are tha nnlneky ones. .
PBOTICT TBS FISHING INDUSTRY.
A Murnra of Columbia river fisher
men was held at the courthouse at St.
Helens Wednesday evening, and was
largely attended. The object of the
meeting was to discus way and
This is the first time since 1879
New York has had a republican gov
ernor. But let it be remembered that
New York is liable to have several re
publican governors in the same length me 10 secure the best possible leg
of time in the future. isiation tor me protection of tbe sal
mon industry, and by united action to
pas auch a law as will give to tbe gill
net fishermen an eqnal show with the
canneries, and those on the upper
river using traps, wheels and other
device. After permanent organise
tion and various speeches, resolutions
The total taxable property of Co
lombia county as returned by the
county assessor was $1,558,946. This
amount was reduced by the state board
of equalisation $271,000, leaving the
total taxable property of tbe county
fl.SOT.MS. The levy for all purposes to be sent to tbe present legislative as
Has been axed at zt mills, wmcn sernbly. were adopted, nrovidine for
would yield a revenue to tbe county, if lhe abolition of the spring close season,
alleouecuble,oltt,48. rrom tbia aa making the fall close season ex
amount is deducted tne state tax. tend from Aniruat 15 m nrtnh, 15
the reasons given being that the sal
mon do not spawn at all during tbe
The United Slates has five embass
adors abroad, namely, Bayard, Eustis,
Bonyon, MacVeagh and Breckinridge,
who have now gone on a strike and
threaten to resign because, as they
claim, their salary of $17,500 each per
year, is too small. There is little
doubt, however, but what other and
perhaps more able men could be in-
daoed to take their places without an
spring, and need the greatest protec
tion in the fall when the actual spawn
ing takes place.
Tbe present statute prevents the
fishermen on tbe lower and middle
Colombia front taking the salmon in
the spring when tbey bring the. high
est price, and when, on account of no
increase of salary. Republican, have Pi. th U no need of protec
held thoae positions for a quarter of a
century and have never complained of
the aalary being inadequate. It is
natuial for some people to want the
The only reasonable conclusion that
can be drawn is that the present law
was enacted through influence brought
to bear by those desiring to catch on
the npper river all the salmon that aie
running during the spring close
season, immediately upon the opening
of the spring catching time.
The senators and representatives
la" the annual report of tbe state
railroad commission we find the fol
lowing 1 "Much more has been accom'
plished during the last two years than
could have been done, had not tbe un-1 from the lower river will be personally
precedented wave of business depres- requested to use their best endeavors
sion swept over the state and country to secure to the fisherman his rights
generally. In 1893, the falling off of and tbe legislature should listen to
freight and passenger business was those desiring to be heard before pass
simply marvelous. la 1894, it was I ing the bills introduced at this session,
still greater. Of the railroad operated
within the state, four are in the bands
of receivers, and the accounts of all
show a large deficit. Notwithstanding
tha earnings of tbe various railroad
companies have been decreasing stead
ily the past two years, yet considerable
consessions have been secured from
all the principal roads by way of ma
terial reduction it freight on the
leading productions of the state."
BgPBktfcKTATlvB Yates, of Wash
ington county, has a bill prepared
which be will introduce into the legis
lature, which provides that sections 2,
3, 4, 6 and 6, township 3 north, range
4 west, and sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7,
township 3 north, range 6 wet, be cut
off from Calumbla and given to Wash
ington county. The land is situated
on tbe headwaters of the Nehalem
river, four section of -which has al
ready benn patented, and a Wire part
of the remainder is railroad land from
nil of which the county receives a rev-1
anue. Tbe principal reason given is
that tbe settlers living on this land j
arc too far away from their voting
place, which is Vernonia, and wish to
be attached to Washington county
that tbey may vote at Buxton. This
excuse is hardly sufficient to change
tbe county boundaries, since there is
little doubt the county court, if asked
la do so, would create a new voting
precinot in thai section. The bill, as
we understand it, does not propose
VICTORY FOB THB BONDSMEN
Not Liable For the Tax Collection
Shortage of ex-Sheriff Massle.
Jodie Shattack on Wednesday of Ibis
week decided tbt,suit of Colombia county
vs O.'a. Massle, ex-sheriff, and bis bonds
men, In fsvor of tb bondsmen. Tbe da
cision was rendered upon a motion for
judgment upon tb pleadings, argued In
behalf of the bondsmen several days axo
by Dillard A Cole. J. C. Moreland, at this
argument, represented Colombia connty.
Hsssie. as sheriff, was declared delinquent
in bis account between 1000 and $4000,
and suit Was commenced against bi bonds
men, who executed a bond for $10,000, to
recover the shortage.
Cou inel for tb bondsmen pleaded. In an
swer to tbs suit, that tli bondsmen for
Maui signed a bond insuring tbe county
against loss only by any negligence or
wrongdoing on the part or Massle In hi
capacity as sheriff. Tbey beld that the
money taken by Mamie was show to be
money collected by him as taxes, and that
the county court of Columbia county, by
law, should have requieed an additional
bond from Massie. a a tax bond.
It was on these pleading that judgment
tor the bondsmen was demanded. Jude
Shsttuck beld that this int was properly
made. Tbe court said that "the doctrine
of surety is very explicit. A surety is en
titled to the exact contract mad, without
diminution or addition. The county court
of Columbia county has erred in not re
quiring a tax collection bond, and these
bondsmen are not liable." The court
further found that the weight of leal
authorities which bad been submitted in
this case favored the sureties.
It ii evident that Columbia county will
The Important Business Transacted
at the Regular January Term.
Be it remembered that at a regular
term of the county court of the state
01 Oregon lor the county of Columbia
begun and Held at the county court
house, in St. Helen, in said comity
and state, on Weduesday, January ,
loo. xnn same being Wednesday
after the first Monday in said month,
and the lime fixed by law for the
holding a regular term of said court.
Present, Hon. Dean Blauchard, judge
s. u. Bclioouovi r, ootiiiiiDtsioner, P. A
Frakes, comniiMiiioner, Julson Weed
clerk, and C. F. Doan, shrriif.
Due proclamation being made the
following proceedings were had :
In the matter of petition of C. May
):er and others, for county rod. P
ition granted, and John Atkins, O. E
Wonderly, and Geo. Richnrdxon sp
pointed viewer, and W. N. Meserve,
surveyor, to meet at the residence of
J. W. Boule on February 4th, 1895,
at a odors: a. m.
In the matter of the petition of R
L. Nicholson et al, for county road.
Petition granted, and Waller Citlvin.
Ed Elliott and Charlea Graham, ir..
appointed viewers, and W.H. Meaerve,
surveyor, lo meet at the residence of
Sam Harris, on February 8th, 1895, at
S o'clock A. M.
In the matter of the petition of John
Nelson and other, for county road.
Petition granted, and Dan Rice, Will
iam Barr, and William HoInppl, ap
pointed viewers, and W. N. Meserve,
surveyor, lo meet at tbe residence of
W. II. Kyser on February 61b. 1895.
at 0 o'clock A. ill.
In the matter of the collection of
road taxes. It is ordered that the road
supervisors of the several distriota, at
the time of making their report, turn
over to the sheriff a list of all delin
quent r.d tax, who sball collect the
same in the same manner and at the
time he collects other taxes.
In the matter of compensation of
road suiiervisnrs. It ia ordered that
supervisors of road will not be allowed
compensation fur more than oust day
for each aix days reported worked in
In the matter of selectinr iurv list
for 1895. The court selected from the
assessment roll for 1894, 200 name to
serve a juror for 1895.
In the matter of tbe report of C. H.
Newell, supervisor of road district No.
4. Report examined and approved.
In the matter of rebate of tax on tbe
east f of northwest i nf section 13,
township 5 north, ranxe 3 west. It ap
pearing that said land was doubly as
sessed. It is ordered that the clerk
draw a warrant in the sum nf f ft 12
in favor of the Commercial National
In the matter of additional bond of
sheriff. It is ordered that the sheriff
be required to give an additional bond
of $10,000 aa tax collector.
Iu the matter of tbe sale of land be
longing to Martin Harvey fur delin
quent taxes. It appearing to the
court that said aale was illegal. It is
ordered that said sale be cancelled.
In the matter of settlement with
the various county officers. The so
counts of the clerk, sheriff, and treas
urer were examined and found correct,
and ordered approved. ,
In the matter of the county print
ing. It is ordered that the county
printing be given lo The Or booh Mist
for the year 1895 on the same terms
aa for the year 1894.
In the matter of taking material for
roads. It is ordered that no supervisor
take material outside the limit of tbe
road without permission of the owners
of the premises.
The following persons were appoint'
ed road supervisors for the year 1895
District No. 1. J. C. Johnson ; 2. T.
, Cloninger; 3, Rnlph Hazen; 4,J.
B. Godfrey ; 6, Edwin Merrill : 6, Frank
Bishop; 7, B. T. Smith; 8, Jared Wil
son; . A. T. Laws; 10, Dan Kice; II,
Thoe. S. Colvin ; 12, J. A. Vanvalden
berg; 13, John Wallace; 14, John F,
Kerr; 10, Joseph Reed; 16, John H.
Taylor; 17, 0. E. Wonderly ; 18. A. H
Matthews, l. U. C. Adams; 20, C. U
Moyer; 21. James Boyle; 22, G. L. Tar
bell; 23, Frank Sobiski; 24, Cbatman
Meaerve; 25, R. P. Bnrns; 26. W. H
Bumgardner; 27, Gustave Lange;28,
C.l. Gable; 29, Ambro Bcbmiilio
30, Charles Bergerson ; 31, H. L. Kyser
32, Frank Peterson; 33, T. J. Uhluian.
Doan. J B, justice, state vs Brotu.. 1 6 80
Lee, Wm , constable 7 00
Rraim.JJ, witness ISO
King.B B, 1 60
Pnlism, JS, ' 160
Unnborn, J B, M 1 60
Weatherwax, J, 1 60
Downing, Ben, 160
Hall, J B, justice, state vs McDonald 4 70
Haines, Brace, constable 15 90
Graham, B M, witness... 160
Graham, James, " 1 60
Graham, T, 1 60
Jarvey. Lewis, " 1 60
Hall, J E. Justice, stats vs Lynch .... 6 00
Haines, Bruce, constable 4 10
McCIUre, E P, witness 3 10
Barr, Wm, ' 1 60
Bureau, J, " .. 1 60
Doerr, Henry, " 160
Abels, Mrs. witness, stat vs Dyne. .. t 00
Tedford, 8 J, name 1 60
Player, A. same 2 70
8wager,J H, justice, state vs Crowley. 14 76
Decker, L. constable 12 66
that Washington county shall assume
any of Columbia's Indebtedness, hence havs to lose this money, together with the
..... , nf land taken from the Mt- T" . wb" remanded to Mult-
tatur Increases the bnrden of taxation . ..
upon that remaining. We certainly
to acA beilave tbe bill should pass.
tuck but a coupl of days to tnak np hi
aamd what to do.
Graham, 8 L, witness S 80
Graham. Ed, "
Kyle, H H. "
Church, A, "
Sweetland, W I, jury
Searcy, B, "
Winters, John, "
Davis, A, "
8wager, J H,
Church, A L, witness
Graham, G T,
Graham, Ed, " .
Kyle. HH, "
Teylos, 0 W. "
Church, A L, ""
Bennett, A T.witness stale v Rummer
Little, A B, assistant, teachers si....
Cieeton, T J, saia
Utstice, state vs Crowley
Walts, J O, asms... ......... ........ 8 00
Berg, Max, Interpreter fee ... 00
Meserve, W N. county surveyor 80 00
Portland Hospital, boarding county
Chare 61 00
Orchard Jones, water rent 8 00
Undgrea. O F, nail R D IS 8 10
LimiKren, G F, nail R D 12 4 00
Vsnvolkenb re. J A . work on road . . S 00
Anderson. 0 0, same 2 28
Punlap, M, asm ,., 2 00
Eiickson, Nets, sams , 2 00
Barger, I. P. bounty ou scalps 1 00
Winters, John, sawing wood tor coart
honse ., 8 S5
Schinltt, Albert, bounty on scalp.... 1 00
Beriierson, A C, hauling flour for
pauper 2 00
Una Bros, plank R D 12 28 82
Smith, W 0, witness circuit court ... 8 60
Boss, E, medicine tor county charge. 60
Doerr, Henry. supiUV Kill) 2 40
Bishop, Frank, supervisor It D 8 84 00
OUss 4 Prndhoiume, record books., 10 73
Wickson, GO, typewriter...... 85 50
Mestoa A Dygert, tax roll 28 00
Bumxardner, I, bounty cn scalp 2 CO
Nicholson. R L, supervisor R D 21. .. 46 00
Kyser, W H. assessor 160 00
Dart A Muckle, supplies for county
charge......;.......... 6 00
Dart A Murkle,crurthouae supplies . 8 75
Dart A Muckle, supplies for county
charge 10 00
Howard, H O, plank R D 27 S 29
Rice, 8 M, bounty on scalps 8 00
Blakesley, A H, boardin prisoners. . 11 40
Brauning, H, supplies R D IS 6 SO
Cliff, H R, medical attendance on
Pauper 5 00
Stuart at Thompson, justice docket... 4 60
n ilson, Jared, work on road 8. 00
Oregon Mist, county printing 28 62
Mckerson, K E, work on road 4 60
Kyser, H, work on road 7 60
Adams, D C, supsivlsor R D 19 82 80
Solomon, Thot, work on road 6 25
Bi nder, E 8, work on road.... 625
Wilson. Jared, supervisor R D 8 . . . .126 Of
Lovelace, Robert, daputy supervisor
Hut 17 00
Johnson, C J, work on road 10 00
Rice, 8 M, work on road IS 00
Rice. 8 M. work with team, R D 8 ... 62 15
Zillgett, F A. supplies R D 16 75
Roser, M. plank for R D 8 69 40
ZillRett, F A, supplies for county
thar IB 95
Branning. H, supplies for county
charge ; 29-62
Wilson, 0 H, work on road 6 00
Rl.lgway, supervisor R D 31 65 69 1
Hnber, H. support of county charge 16 00
Sessemaii, R, supervisor R D 18 19 75
Laws, AT, supetvisorR 09 ........ 85 60
Grouse, A, supervisor R D 22 25 00
West, H. supervisor R D 2 40 00
Cheldelln, O P. supervisor R D 15 ... 98 00
Nelson, 0 H, work on road 2 00
Dolsn John, support of county charge 22 60
Weed, Judson, postage for county of.
ncera ........ ......... ....... IV uu
Stump, A, supervisor R D 1. ....... . 70 00
White. 8. work on rosd .. 2 50
Dart 4 Muckle, nails for R D 28 . . . 60
Frakes, P A. commissioner fee .. .. 14 00
Schoonover. 8 G, commissioner fees.. 60 HO
Dibblee, 8 W. board of county charge 20 00
Rice. W J, deputy district attorney.. 15 00
Commercial National Bank, rebate of
tax 6 12
BILLS BVJECTXD. .
McCaulav, A. claim for damaees .... 67 00
Watts, J O, school superintendent. . . 2 00
Peoples, Thos, butldinx bridge R D 13 60 00
rnnKie, atsry. claim lor flaiiiaaes . ouu 00
The Eighteenth Session Organlaed
J, M. Dolph Caucus Nominee
for V. 8. Senator.
The eighteenth biennial session of
the Oregon legitlture convened at
Salem Monday. Joeph Simon, of
Multnomah, was elected president of
the senate and C. B. Moure of Marion
speaker ot the house.
After the organisation of the two
houses the oath of office was adminis
tered to the new state otlkeis, con
sisting of Governor Lord, Secretary of
State Kinraid, Treasurer Metsuhan,
Superintendent of l'ublio Instruction
Irwin, Stale Printer Leeds aud Attorney-General
After the appointment of standing
committees by the two houses they
proceeded with routine buaine, with
Hie spirit of reform prevailing on every
hand. Clerk hire In many instances
was reduced from former sessions and
the number of clerks was also re
The following bills were read the
By McGinn, regulating the salaries
OF Multnomah county officials; by
Bxucroft. of Multnomah, providing
forth issuance of bonds for laying v. J pj!.1a TVtnMA.TtMnafArT KflMre. 9ft ana
j :.!.. ..1 1.- n...!.u ..f 1 r nu.KS auu muKio bum iwumo-Kivwuv- -- '
SHU rVHH!IIIK. Ol HSVIIj 1J t?iuiiu ui o - - j. ...
Sherman, an act pertaining to the 22-OUllCe goods, eiffhtCCll patterns, inClaaiBg 1)1116 tH(L
right of cities and town to public m 1
lauds, nark and streets; by McCluns. iiacii vucviuto.
Our Second Sale1 since Removing to Our New
Store,S. W. Cor. Third and Oak streets.
ME$9.95 All-Wool Suits.
Every suit warranted mad ot celebrated Albany Woolen Mills Cassiaier)
and manufactured on our own premises. W employ 147 band and money
paid for labor remains here at borne.
Wholesale and Retail Clothier
TUK Ast.ate.it ftOTICK.
Cocktt Trxasckeh's Offic,
St. Hei.kns. Or., Jan. 2, 1895.
Notice is herhv irivrn that all nnmild
Countv Warrants of said County which
have been I'resrnfd and endorsed "Not
Pid for Want of Funds," up to Hep. 10th.
tKU. also Warrants No. 2S42. 234t, 2347.
2S48, W46. 8845. 4, 2361, S5W3, and &).
will be paid upon presentation at ttiis
office. Interest will n.t be showed after
date of this notice. E. M WH4RTON,
Treasurer of Columbia Comity, Oregon.
f Lane, relating to the bidding in
property sold for taxes and
By Woodard, of Multnomah, relat
ing lo i be practice of medicine; by
Patterson, of Marion, pertaining to ths
crimes of rape and incest, and provid
ing penalty therefor by Johnaoo, of
Linn to exempt from taxation county
roads and public liiitliways: By Daw
son, ot Liun, providing for the deduct
ion of indebted nes from taxation ; b
r : t 1 .1. i ..
swing oi oaaer, proviciina lor payment I u ......... . - u a. -. a m
of taxe. in lawful money; by McGinn, rJQSt 81 8110 83 Ultra Met, d. IT. tOf. USX, rOniai.0, UICKC3
oi juuiinuniBii, regulating nana anil
providing for appointment of state
bank examiner; by Patturson, of Mar
ion, providing for mileage of members
of the legislature; by Coggswell, of
Lake, pertaining lo the transfer of
Bancroft, of Multnomah, to prevent
the disposition of firearms to minors
under 16; first reading.
Brownell, of Clackamas, to amend
the act creating the railroad commis
sion and abolishing said commission ,
Uowan, of Harney, creating the
niHiu juuuiHtuss.ricv. emoracing me rjl pL..-. -J Oss Trass
counties of Grant, Harney and Mai NlHll, WlVf filtfl Ytll ZZ.
Maxwell, of Tillamook, to relieve
Tillamook county of tbe payment of Our Apple and Prune Tree ar trailed
Northsrn Sdv. 8iiilenbora. Bsa Davis,
Baldwin, Uravanstcln, rlc.
Italian, Fstlt and Silver.
bearing orchard, and
A aire lot ot fiurrar.t. Gooseberry. Wins-
berry and Earbeart Raspberry,
Certain taxe due to the stale ; regulat- 'rout our own young bearing, c
ing tbe Improvement of roads in Wal M nmm tai '' ,rom
Dawson, of Linn, amending the
code relative to the date of payment of
Denny, of Multnomah, at the re
quest of the State Bar Association
prescribing the residence of proaecnt
ing attorneys, etc.
Smith, of Clatsop, prohibiting tbe
ENGLISH SHROPSHIRE RAMS.
Address W. W. WEST,.
8CAPP00SE, . OREGON
B. C QUICK.
o. w. con.
Cole & Quick,
St. Helena, - Oregeei
MtOPei IB 104(8 OP
"Thorn's numerical System
Columbia -County, Oregon
Kaamlaad an asatraeta raralahad. Will
attend so aaltara before tha Boar at
Equalisation: payment ol laaea, ate. Bl
Kitais, Convaranclnf, aaa lasuraaes, aae
am busmas conducted lor MoeiasTf Ri).
Ouu Omtl ib esvaarrc U. S. PSTterr Orewi
n4 we caa ascur psieat ia lea liatt Uaa uwa
eaio( from Wsskinelon.
! aBO wottf, Brawtnf or paow., ess bssuibi
Ota. We adrise, 11 psleatabl ar not, Ira M
chars. Our lea nan due tilt pelenc is secured.
a Paamncy, "How to Obisin PsMau," wHk
coat ai aaaa in Ua U.S. and larBeaarie
Oee. eavcire oesiee. HfsaMiejavaM. B
catching of salmon in fish wheels.
Raley, f Umatilla, to atiitnd the
act creatine; tbe state board of horti
Huston, of Washington, to amend
tbe act incorporating HilUlM.ro.
McCluog. of Lake, requiring banks
to report quarterly to the secretary of
McGinn, of Multnomah, amending
tbe code relating to assessment and
King, of Baker, to amend the code
relating to the redemption of county
McAllister, of Union, for the im
provcmul of road in Wallowa county.
The senate then proceeded to the
house to aasiat in tha inauguration of
Governor Lord, and upon iu return MR. COOPER IS ALWAYS GLAD TO WELCOME HI3 OLD FRIENDS
auj .oruiHl, as a further mark ol rea TO HI8 PLACE OF BUSINESS.
Deot U ax-Oovernor llhalafirb. I
I aJT--a.Ti ST- HELENS EXCHANGE,
bers for United State Senator was M-f- l-T-a lo-ri ca . s- .
held Wednesday night and out of tha 1 01 -CJ-eieilS, - - drei?OIl
72 republican vote Senator Dolph 1
ceived 49 The vote stood aa follows : I
Dolph 40, Fulton 12, Tongue 11, Low. I AL 1 n A.Z J ' an its aaatty m4 anankaira-
ell 4, Lotd 2, Hermann 2, Strong 1. I Mil Kl'llll I II II w """ r'"T ,
i ne two nouses will meet in joint sees- II II Iff I I I II LI II J aeiMieg. Per ni j.
iuu uiii iiirsusj suu ercn senator. I . . priming tub sjiev has we eaual aw tm rmr.
i Tl. rannl... m... A. . A 1 , I : 1 " 1 ' i
Mr. Thomas Cooper has just opsnsd op hi new and le rant barroom la St. Utleae,
wber can eondantly be feuad lb laoioua
Also best Brands Domestic ami Key West Cigars.
THE JOSEPH KELLOGG A COMPANY'8 RIVER STEAMER.
'JTTn-..... ..vrm. 1 w. t iiTImStw iir-mi
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for Infanta and Children.
HntTT ysW eswereettesi ef Caaiswte wha fJae ymruKm mt
mniUmmmtmtm, yrmH as ayA of H wttateat sfwaeafaug.
It ia Bnae.wtteMy tha rea sarly flaw ImfWjt mni CaJMswai
the wwrld ha erar sTMsrans. Te fa herBaleaa. CaPdrwe ICks, It, It
ttr th a Jta. It wtB im klr Ut In It Methwre hayee
aeBBetadear whieh Is ehaelsrtelr aaie suad grsvottaaJly mmrTma ma
Cestorisi A teey Wensi,
Catarlm aJlays FeTarlshia
CsMrterie yrerawts TesBttlwa; Boear Cmrt.
CsteeU ewrea IMmmrkasa wd Wind CoHay
Ceateeie, i-eUTae TawtMaaT TswhUa,
fJaateria eanree Coetlpa.tla bA riaitnlessey.
CeaterU awnrtymM the esTeete of eaa-eosrle aurfd arae aw polsowewe ate.
Caataxia domet contain morpblma, mytmm, ar atltar sMsreotle propty.
Caatarle, esajsafletae the feed, ignlate. tha storaMb mmj towel,
gtytna: hsMsltliy and mstnraj el p. .
Ceatwta. U pwt are ena-alae tottlos emly. It U tot sold 1. T..rir.
Pmt 1W ay ta aafl yon aaythtM; mlm, o tb. pla. geaaUp
SnnF JOSHPH KHLLOQCJ
Leaves Kelso Mondavs. Wednasrl . mntA ITrlflsivji at I It aUmL M v ....
Portland Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday ai o'clock a" m.
St. Helens Livery Stables
THOB. COOPER, Proprietor.
Handy location, and you can feel sure that yot horses will receive
as good attention as though you were caring for tbsm yourself.
HANDY TURNOUTS ON SHORT NOTICE.
THE PORTLAND AND CLATSKANIE ROUTE
taait tt ia -Jnat ea Eood" and " will
gee that yew gat O-A-g-T-O-B-T-A.
G. M. Shaver, Master.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Cestorla.
mrflf,.?T,tin"'?foto.,. w;W"(ron street, for Astorls and
.IS2rn.Lir',1!iS?,?c.Locl'J Monday anil Wednesday ev.nlnir. st
l.'.'.V.-T ".'wrx nuy morning at 6:00 o'c .jck: IWrias
vu.UUUClDCI. t;nnnHnain.i. nla j . V . .
way Undlngt 8nntfy
7:80 o'clock. Return-
' fAnri ThiirnrfftT tsVenlnewi
stMmer MESHlTiSOKR for
Clat.k.n!: and or T, n Z.TSr.?.!::"".?" " P wiw sieemer mbi8kuk tor
P. M for risk Pnin, "ILnr. .1 w,r"s"nie. un r nnay win leave rortiana si i o cioee
. .... ., . . yy-m
.torn io fotuiy: ummt Mlt6eBNafiR or mt ' Clatssanje,