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COLOMBIA COUNT DIRECTORY.
Judre .Dean Blanchard, Rainier
Clerk Jmlaon Weed, Vernonia
Sheriff.. Chua. F. Doan, Rainier
Treasurer K. M. Wharton. Columbia City
fiupt. of School.... J. G. Watts, Soappoose
Amt,, Martin White, Qttliioy
Burvoyor ........ . W.N. Meaerve, Uelena
Commi-loner. t sklX
Masonic 8t Helen Lodge, No. Regnlar
Communication Brat and thtrd Saturday in
each month at7:S0r. M. atMaaonic hall. Vialt
lna member In food (landing Invited to attend.
meeting Saturday on or beior each
at 7:80 r. H. at Masonic hall, over Blanvhard'a
tore. Visiting member in good standing In-
Odd Fellowi St. Helen lodge No. 117
Meet every Saturday night at 7:30. Transient
brethren la good standing cordially InTlted to
Kntosm o Pttwia. Avon lodge No. 02,
meets every Tueaday evening at 8 o'clock, in
Odd Fellow ball, St, Helens, Oregon. Tran
sient Dreutren invited to alteud.
Knight or PTTHiaa. Rainier Lodge so. 68,
meet every Saturday evening at 8 o'clock,
in ineir nail, over vein' tore. Transient Drew.
rea oordlally invited to attend.
Juntos Osdib CitmD Aumckv Mbcsuh
Toa. ColumMa Council No. 10. Meets in Odd
enowa- nail, St. Helens, every Thursday even
ing at 7:80 o'clock. Visiting bratarea in good
MuiuiuK, luviiea to aueau.
Osdib op EasTKitit Stab. Mtspah Chapter
cvt-ry eecono. anu iuur.u oiuuniay ai a
J. M in Masonio hall. St. Helens, Oregon. A
waioome giaen to visiung memoers. .
T. HELENS) OREGON, MAY 10.
All the talk about Representative
Hofer of Marion and Senator Alley of
Jjane being; candidates for congress
from the First district leads one to be
lieve these gentlemen have picked
wemaeives before they were ripe.
Thy reports handed in by the right-
oi-way committee of trie Astoria rail
road are very encouraging, but if the
road is to go ahead this summer the
deeds to right-of-way will hare to be
secured very soon. It is said the com
mittee haye secured nearly all the
right-of-way through this county.
Cliff Overturf m back again.
Daniel Dixon, sr., was a passenger for
Jack Cameron's hand ha kept him off
duty for several day. ,
Mr. J, T. Joliuaon ha been a sufferer
from rheumatism for the past ten days.
Ed McClure and Joe Dixon are on duty
as Jurors at the county seat next week,
A child of John Wai.enen died on 8uiv
day. Its mother died about six weeks ago.
A new barber shop Is one of the recent
addition to our list of business enterprises,
We noticed among other fish some
flounders in the market at KraU last Sat
Lewi Jarvey reports that gill net fisher
men are making wages and expect to ro
Miss Mildred Boyle came over from Mitit
on Saturday to attend teachers' examina
tion this week.
There was a meeting of tbs city council
on Monday evening to close up the business
of the past year.
T. J. Flippin shipped some fine cedar
lumber last week and was himself a visitor
at Portland for a short time.
The steamer Shaver greeted as on Mon
day, after its enforced absence for repairs,
All were glad to see her again.
me marxet lor butter seemed over
stocked last week, oir merchants having
all on hands they could take care of.
Z. Bryant took time last week to visit the
branch establishment near Puget Island,
where John is retailing merchandise.
R. 8. Hatton and M. Burford, fellow
sufferers from boil on the back of the neck.
are both able to turn their heads again.
Most of the log rafts In our stream have
disappeared during the past week on their
way to the sawmills about the metropolis,
Justice Swager. of St, Helens, was in our
city Monday transacting some legal busi
ness before the Justice of the peace of this
John Mullen was unfortunate in getting
his hand cut very bsdly last Monday. He
says it is the first time he ever bad to come
to a doctor.
C. H. Wheeler and Will Myers came in
from the mouth of Nehalem last week.
They report the new mill well under way.
and all well down there.
The drug store has been doing quite a
business in tissue paper for the past week,
May baskets and paper flowers have been
the rage among the juniors.
Thy terrific cyclone which have
been dealing oat death sod destruction
in many of the eastern states during
the past two weeks have a tendency to
make one appreciate Oregon more
thao ever before. The cyclone is a
"luxury" unknown in Oregon, for
which our people are truly thankful.
Marshal Campbell was on duty last week
long enough to run a couple of horses into
the pound. Jack did not like having his
early vegetables destroyed, and ran in the
Another evidence of Clatskanie's promi
nence I Our physician. Dr. Hall, was called
to Portland this week on business con
nected with his profession. Review cor
respondent will please make a note.
It is very gratifying to his friends and
physician to see old Peter Herdklota able
to be around again. In three weeks from
the time of the operation the parts united
and have given him no subsequent trouble.
The republican club meeting at Conyers'
PKRRa PA nn na Linn nl ai mi riJof r ii.-tr
in this country since the time of Lin- b,U on 6tnr1y evening was quite well
coin has had so many coamlicated ttendedbr the stalwarts, who indulged In
a nest ions to handle aa the nrawnt nn s sort of experience meeting and eongratu-
Perhaps there never was a time when lated eacn othM oa beiD uud ta the P-
Lincoln was more needed than the lmc" I"Ul-
present. A statesman at the head of Dr. J. W. Meserve and wife with other
state department is a necessity at this member of the family were in our city
DEEK ISLAND DOINGS.
rienty of refreshing rain.
E. Merrill and wife were in Portland for
several days last week.
W. If. Gibson spent a portion of last week
in Portland and Oregon City.
A. P, McDonald has a good, family horse
for sale at a reaitotiabie figure.
Mrs. Jane Swager is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles English, and other
B. C, Euyart received a carload or bay
last Saturday for his logging camp. Ben is
a rustler, and it times are hard, he can log
and sell to good advantage.
Mr. Charles English, sr., started for Cal
ifornia last Monday to be gone about a
month, where he will visit his only brother,
whom lie has not seen for thirty years. We
wish him godspeed, and a safe return. '
Wild pigeons are a great nuisance, and
are doing considerable damage to grain
fields, and particulaily to psatlelda. It
takes a good sportsman to get a shot at
them, as some of our local sports can testify.
Some miscreant called at th home of C,
Corde during the absence of that gentleman
and proceeded to perforate a number of
milkpana which were left out to sun. It
was undoubtedly the work of some mis
chievous kids. But this is not mischief,
but wanton destruction that should be paid
tor by punishment.
The present wet weather is rather injuri
ous to gardens, as the weeding is kept back,
and tbs ground is getting uncoiulortably
full of water. But what the gardens suffer
the grainfielda and meadow gain. 8pring
grain I in excellent condition, and the hay
crop is very promising. Fail grain did not
winter vary well, especially oats. Wheat
and rys seem rather thin but will make a
fair crop. Rye is already headed out.
FOR THE BLOOD
Tke Iwt rlt Mtelolm
Just now everybody Is thinking about
taking something for the blood.
A Spring medicine as we speak of
It. And it's a good thing to do, but you
want to get the proper medicine. If you
consult your physician he will tell you to
and that, because the liver has every-,
thing to do with the blood, if the liver
is sluggish the system Is clogged, the
blood becomes impure, and the whole
body suffers. Every medicine recom
mended for the blood is supposed to
work on the liver. Then get at once the
"KING OP LIVER MtDICINtb,
It does Its work well, and tones up the
wholesystem. It Is" Better than Pills,"
and can be had in liquid or powder.
Right-of-way Being Secured.
Astosia, May 6. The committee on th
right-of-way foi the railroad between Asto
ria and Goble, Messrs. Wingate, Ferguson
and 8tuart, returned from Rainier yester
day and report twenty-two additional right-of-way
deed secured, and promise of many
more. Only 15 per cent of couutry deeds
are outstanding. The committee hope to
wind up next week with a complete list
without bringing a suit. As soon as people
understood that Astorians had to buy, and
not a rich railroad company, they said,
boys, we are with you."
Messrs. Wingate, Ferguson and Stuart
are indefatigable in their efforts, and have
met with great success, and to these gentle
men, and to Dr. Kinney, chairman of the
subsidy committee, who has held that body
together for two years in the face of almost
insurmountable obstacles, is due the greater
share of the success of the enterprise. A
letter published in last Sunday's Astorian
to the effect that Receiver McNeil and Jo
seph 8imon had experienced a change of
heart on the right-of-way question through
the O. R. & N. property, has made some
considerable feeling on both sides, but it is
believed that the O. K. A N. has no inten
tion of doing other than the fair thing, as
her natural interests lie that way. Wingate
and party start up the line again Wednes
day and expect to close their woi k in ten
days. Matters in the city are progressing
And Most Comfortable Dally
St. Helens and Portland
St Helens 8:30 AM
Portland at 3 P M
At Portland 10 A M
At St Helens 6PM
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Bight Reserved to Change Time with
LEWIS RIVER TRANSPORTATION CO.
Portland Landing Foot of Alder Street.
Splendid, Young Norman Horse
Theodork Dttbraht. who is held in
durance vile, charged with the murder
of Blanche Lamont and Minnie Wil
liams, in Emanuel Baptist church, in
San Francisco, will have sufficient time
to prepare his defense, as hie case will
not be brought to trial until some time
in July, whether or not Durrani's
Wednesday in attendance at the funeral
services of tne deceased child of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Meserve, bronght from Ore
gon City for bunaL
Clatskanie sends a delegation of ladies to
the teachers' examination this week that
for comeliness as well as competency will
distance any delegation from any other
precinct in th county. Both gifts and
graces will commend to favorable notice
life will pay the penalty deoends UDon
how closely be considers bis perilous nd secure them the necessary papers.
position and the nature of his defense,
as it remains to be seen bow much
more convicting evidence the prosecn-
uon wiu do a Die to nna.
During the pleasant weather of last week
W. A. Edgerton succeeded in getting some
of bis lumber to the steamer landing. He
has 100,000 feet of excellent fir and cedar
lumber manufactured and piled np at bis
mill awaiting dry road for transportation,
a portion of which came down last week.
The Authors Club bad very pleasant
meeting at N. Merrill's last Friday evening.
Mark Twain and his works were discussed,
along with poems of Rose Hartwick Thorpe.
The proposition to kill and can the
Jlesb of horses for food is progressing
rapidly. A company has lately been
formed for that purpose, and have al
ready purchased large bands of horses
in Eastern Oregon, Washington and
Idaho. A site for the manufacturing
establishment has also been purchased The hostess had prepared some refresb-
M xroutdale. Oreeon. about eleven menu wnicn were generously furnished to
miles east of Portland. It is the inten- those present Instrumental music
tion now to ship most of the product 4)80 feature of the evening, furnished by
to Europe, where it is thought a ready rrof. Fabnque, Muses Lou Barr and Jen-
market can be opened up for the nie Myers, on violin and guitar. These
goods. The horses have been bought gatherings occur semi-monthly and are
for 14 bead. The whole thing is, of open to all who wish to attend. No one is
course, an experiment, at present, but barred on account of "age. color or previ
the gentlemen engaged in the enter- ous condition of servitude." Local news-
prise have spent a great deal of money paper correspondents are specially invited
already, and intend to spend conaid
able more to test the practicability of Hard Times and Reasons for Them
the scheme. I a iar. nnn,wi ,n.:... .a
nmmnnH.llnn. h... ku. 1 -I 1 .
a am oenunei s co-operative editor. ,. tt hart iu i. t.
vuw m. Aavison, wno over estimated i n, ,.. t. .. .
. - . I aww. oafVH 1VI Ot..l.4-J Ut U1UUCT
urn popularity once upon a time ana the accumulation of debt, and the non-
i.u iur representative in tins county, payment of back accounts, but so far as we
has considerable to say about "tax- have seen no mention has been made of
E rW P.Tm' " '"r in bringing about
by the nse of the term "tax-eater" the the burrting condition of the bank vault.
i.u.ua cepeciaiiy K vom- hear so mnch ahnnt in th. 1C.t ....
uinuuuu Dcuwrauier aim ins hods- ih. p.. j,.t. Tk,... t , a.
list pets over m Auburn precinct, who der,tood that every man who owns a bicy-
t,.w..Uv -..M """J " cleis able to sport such a luxury, but sup-
nose nets, tie loss to the average rnnntr.
is indeed surprising to see Davison
jump onto populist tax-eaters in such
harsh terms as that contained in the
last issue of the Sentinel. Mr. Davison
should summon his band of populist
tax-eaters into his co-operative colony
and show them the error of their
way in softer terms than tax-eaters,
Pksbaps the greatest difficulty the
cause of diversified farming has to
contend witn is tne same old cry
against various minor crops that Ihey
"will not pay" ; "there is nothing in
them." The trouble is the same that
has impeded agricultural industry in
Oregon from the earliest years an
earnest desire to raise something with
out much exertion which will bring
handsome profits. There is today
very little margin in any business, and
less in almost any line of industry
than in farming. Potatoes may not
be high in price, but with careful cul
tivation, manuring where manure is
Heeded, and Judicious marketing, a
yield of 200 bushels or so to the acre,
which is not unusual, will give a profit
well worth while. And so with other
crops in the state.
town in the purchase of wheels alone is
more far-reaching in its deadly effect than
a visitation of locusts or the inundation of
the state through a cloudburst. The amount
of money sent out of this state within the
past year for "bike" would 611 the ceiling
of tbs largest banking institution in the
state with 20-do)lar gold pieces. The man
who stood off hi tailor one year ago and
bought direct from the factory, a wheel for
160, is today trying to borrow $50 to bay a
much better one for 1100. The money goes
East and tbs wheel go West, and if we
are to count our wheels as money we are
about as well off as ever before in the his
tory of the state. But the crsze has just
begun, as the preparations are being made
now for the manufacture and sale, this
year, of 110,000,000 worth of wheels. What
the majority of the men and women of to
day want is, first, a bicycle; second, time
to ride it. And yet there are those who
affect surprise at the fact that times are not
as good now a they were when everybody
walked and worked, and wore only such
clothes as they were able to pay for.
Astoria was visited by a severe storm last
Tuesday, and several fishboats were cap
sised and one life lost, besidee other damage
of cot guite so much consequence resulted.
By-Laws of P omological Society.
The following is a text of the laws which
have been outlined for the government
of the pomological society which is under
fair way for thorough organization in this
county, with Mr. Doluisn as prime mover:
First. The officers of this society shall
be a president, who shall preside at its
Second. A secretary, who shall keep a
record of such information as may be com
municated to the society by any of the
Third. No fees, dues or collections of
money shall ever be made from the mem
bers of the society.
Fourth. Any person owning, or having
the care of ten or more fruit trees shall be
eligible to membership by signing tbs by
Fifth. No other duty shall be required
from any member of this society than com
plying with article 8.
Sixth. It shall be the duty of and is in
cumbent on each member to communicate
to the society at least once each year, some
practical effort made, or work done in de
stroying or preventing the ravage of fruit
Following is a corrected 1it aent us by
Chairman Wingate, showing those owning
ss well as those who bsve already donated
the right-of-way for the Astoria railroad.
It will be noticed that a number haye sent
in their deeds since our last report.
Will Make the Season of 1895
At Charles Muckle's Farm nn Deer Island,
Columbia County, Oregon.
Terms, Insurance $10
i EMrrai is a Dean m . dark iron vrav
sixteen hands high : nine years old ; weuths
1HUU pounds, with tine style, q
ment, snd second to none 11
nine years old ; weig!
none in muscular
power and durability.
He was tired by Young Byron Kier; by
old Byron Kier, imported and owned bv
Sigmaster. Keota. Iowa. Tempest's dam
was sired bv Old Tempest, a Norman horse
owned by J. Downs, Iowa.
CHAS. MUCKLE, Owner.
LEONARD HUFF & CO.,
SWAGER'S OLD STAND.
A general asortment of feed kept on hand,
and sold at the lowest prices
FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE.
St. Helens, : ; ; Oregon.
A NOTE for $10.00, given to Thomas
Peoples, on November 20th, 1894, hy
mv minor boy. William E. .Inhn.tnn I, null
and void. Wm. JOHNSTON.
al9m!7 Vesper, Oregon.
Steamer Bailey Gatzert
IN rLA.CE OF BTR. TELEPHONE.
Columbia Rlvor & Puget Sound Nav, Co.
A loss Bt. Dock
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA
Leave Portland dally (except Sunday) at T A.
al poluta and Antorla -od on Hir, l.urltne.
B. A. SICKLE V, Agent. V. B, SOOT I', IT
Leaves Antorla dally (eit'oit Mil
i, tlrtew, I"
P. M. Hound trl
utl return only
local poluta and
tlrketa, Portland In Astoria
Komiu trip licaru all
Watches, Clocks, Etc.
Would d wall to order from
The Portland Jeweler,
Corner of Third and Morrison.
You will save at least 2ft par cent, and set rood
goods. Dlamoutla, watches, silverware, upUvai
gooaa, vie i our eorrvapunaeui-e is ioiiciuhi.
E. MoNEILL, Heoeher,
OIV.K8 THE CHOICE Or
Two Transcontinental Routes
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
BY WAY OF
Spokane, Minneapolis & St. Paul
UNION PACIFIC RY
BY WAY OP
DEN7ER, OMAHA, & KANSAS CITY
LOW RATES TO ALL
LEAVE PORTLAND EVERY 5 DAYS
For San Francisco.
For Fall Dotalls Call on or Address
W. H. HURLBURT,
General Freight and Pais. Agt., Portland.
If you use the Pita tat
I oca baton Brvodartv
Make money while
other ar wasting
time by old proce.
Catalog tells all about
it. and describe ever
article needed lor
mechanically the beat
.wheel. Prettiest model.
We are Paciue Coast
Agent. Bicycle cata-
nill description, price, etc.. AOairr wajrraD.
PET ALUM A ntCCBATOR CO.,retalsns.Csl.
uKAMcu nouKB, hi Maw bu, La Angel
Our Second Sale since Removing to Our New
Store, S. W. Cor. Third and Oak streets.
MEtS$9.95 All-Wool Ms.
Frocks and Single and Doublc-Brcastcd Sacks, 20 and
22-ounco goods; eighteen patterns, including Blue and
Every suit warranted made of celebrated Albany W onion MillsCassimer.
and manufactured on our own premises. We employ 117 baud and money
paid for labor remaius here at home.
J. M. flOYER&CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Clothiers
Nos. 81 and 83 Third Street, S. W. Cor. Oak, Portland, Oregon
. CHOICE BRANDS OF
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
CAN AT ALL TIMES BE FOUND AT
THE MODEL SALOON,
J. B. CLONINGER, PROPRIETOR, i t s t BT. HELENS, OREGON
Famous Fire Laddie Cigars Kept Constantly on Hand.
ONLY PLACE IN THE CITY WITH POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES
Welnhard's Beer 5 Cents.
CaTeata. and Trada-M arks obtained, and all Fat
ant buatoea conducted lor Moocaar rtt.
Oua Ornec Orroarrc u. paTtNT ornei
nd w can eecurc pa Lent in mm Uoi uuo Uum
Sand modal, drawina- or oboto.. with daserto-
tlon. We adTiaa, U patentable or not. Ire ol
chart. Our not due till patent t. .ecured.
A aanmi.rr, "How to Obtain Fatema," with
coat ol eanta In th U, S.ad IbraigaoouaUM
cut free. Addrcae,
Of. Patkmt Omcc, Washington, d. C.
Henry L. Colvin
Chas. M. Graham
A. H. Graham
W. J. Sanborn
J. B. E. Bourne
F. 0. Winchester
Merer a. Dobbins
C. C. Cole
W. L. Graham
Wm. J. Ross
B. E. Harris
Alby L. Woodard
K. B. Klli itt
J. A. Haiuill
A. J. Palm
Geo. W. Sharer
Waller E. Jones
Charles E. Jones
8. ft. Trvon
J. 8. Rinearson
George F. Moeck
City of Rainier
Jan. Quinn and wife
J. F. Tf money
Mrs. E. R. Oris
W. W. Klllott
W. B. C'olvin .
J. L. Morgan
l t S-si .V-V i S I- Hi
Ha re-onnd under the mansmsnt
of GEORGE A. BK1NN, corner of Strand
and Uowlils Htreel. Ht, Melsns, Orevon,
where can be found th choicest brand of
WINE AND LIQUOR
Card table, pool table, billiard tabla and
other device for th emertsinment of pat
ron, where time csn be pleasantly spent.
FAMOUS FIRE LADDIE CIGARS
Beaide other ponntar brands, ars kent
eonatantlr on hand to supply th increasd
trade at this very popular saloon.
THI TaKOOB (
CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
18 KEPT AT THE BANQUET.
B. B. QUICK,
Deed for WaaMagtM
O. W. COUB
, . Notary PmMni
Cole & Quick,
"Thorn's Numerical System
Columbla County, Oregon
Examined and abalraeta rornl.hed. Will
attend to mailer befi.r the Rnrl ol
Equalization: payment of laxae, etc. Heal
K.tate, Conveyancing, aud luauranoa, and
Loan neKOtlatwl. .
1 n"rrri-ri" m . . , u n ,i
ST, HELENS EXCHANGE
Mr. Thorns. Cooper
Also best Brands Domestic and Key West Cigars.
ME. COOPER IS ALWAYS GLAD TO WELCOME HIS OLD FRIENDS
TO HIS PLACE OF BUSINESS.
ST. HELENS EXCHANGE,
St. Helens, - - Oreeon
Applicants for Certificate.
The following-named persons presented
themselves before the school board of ex
aminers which convened last Wednesdar
in till city:
Mr. L. B. Gaddis, St. Helens, for state
certificate; Mr. J. B. Shoemaker, for slate
certificate; Mr. M. C. Case, Houlton, for
state diploma; for certificate, Mary A. Gil-
more, St. Helena: Anns Ballhorn, Nettie!
Guild, Fannie Burns, Rainier; Mildred
Boyle, Mlat; Maud Bryant, Clatskanie:
Iris Tarbell, Yankton; Cora Bryant, Clats
nanie; Gertrsde Badger. Clatskanie: Kltie
Ordway. Vernonia; Bertha Deltrick, Pitts
burg; Mr. Florence Hall, Vernonia; Mllie
Bonser, Deer Island; Mr. Roy Bart. Hill.
boro; U. M, Langeteig, Hudson.
The board of examiner consists of Su
perintendent Watts. Mr. A. B, Little and
Hon, T. i. Cleeton.
Infants and Children.
pnOTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric,
laf Batsman's Drops, Godfrey' Cordial, many socaltod Boothing Syrups, sod
moat ramedie for children ar oompoeed of optum or morphine
PoToTl Know that optmm and mnrahln. era atiinfTln .ajV. ry t
P Tost Kacrw that In mnat nonnhrl Hmetriata am nn piil te SU BSTOOtlo
, srithont labeling them poison f
Po Tost Know that yon hooId not permit any medicm to be given your child
nlea you or your phyeician know of what It Is oompoeed f
P" Ton Know that Oaatorla la a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
its uigredients Is published with every bottle t
Do Yon Know that Cartorl la the preeorfpUoo of the fanuw Dr. Bamuel Pftcher.
Biat K has been moss for nearly thirty years, and that more Cactorla Is now sold thaa
of all other remedies for children combined t
Do Ton Know that th Patent Offlos Department of the United States, and of
other eonntrlee, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Fttchar and his aaalgns to oa the word
Oaatorla " and it formula, and that to Imitate them I a atai priaon offeoae 1
Do Ton Know that one of the reaaon for granting thla government Protection waa
becatun Caatotia had been proven to be absolutaly harml?
P Ton Know that 34 ararage dons of Caatoria are furolahed for SO
eeots, or one cent a don t
, Ho Ton Know mat when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
b kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest t
Walla the) thing are worth knowing. They ar facta,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Caetorla.
THE JOSEPH KELLOGG & COMPANY'S RIVER STEAMER
STIR aOSBPH K1E3T
Leaves Kelso Mondara. Wutnorlao. ir.ij am.. .
Portiand Tuesday, Thursdaand 5SMv VT " m"
ASTORIA AND CLATSKANIE.
l j3a&r.l" I
STEAMER SARAH DIXON, O. M. Shaver, Maste?
nXrwVdnTday4 .TOett MU"". "TH T
on. Monday morning ae o'clock; Tuesdn'y'.T." tA&&glft
STEAMER G. W. SHAVER, Dell Shaver, Master.
day, Wedne.d.y and 'KiS "'- W.I.I "
Tburadaya and Saturdays,
I return to Portland Tuedsy,
HAVSR TOAKKPOlaTATIOIv COMfalvT.