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GENERAL NEWS SUMMARY
Merry Christmas Festivities
and Social Features.
J uiicph Copeland Preeented With
Cane lf Ilroken-Maeonia
MARUtAaa Liokkbis. LI(!Ciitot io
wort were Issued by the county clerk
during; the put wook to James Mo
Naughton mid Grace F. Archibald.
Frank M. Qi1ou and Florence B.
Kl.her, John Q. Priiigle and Elhol 0.
OrriciRi Klbotbo. At the regular
communication of St. Helena lodge
No. 82, A. F. 4 A. M., held last Satur
day night, the following nflWeri were
elected for the ensuing yuan D.J.
HwiUer, W. M.j E. E. Quick, 8. W.
U. W. Clerk, J. W.J Jacob (Joorg, 8.
.; Judxon Weed, J. D.; A. King,
tyler; Fredrick Vivian end W, Mueklo,
stewurts; 0. II. Jolun, secretary ; Jss.
Maoi an Alignment. The May
per Company made en assignment
Tuesday for the benefit of all their
creditors, The Assignee la Henry
linnderaon. The estimated value of
the property belonging to Hie com
pany la 924,63.23 leas mortgagor and
notes held by creditors to the amount
10,022.30, leaving aaaeta of 114,121.08,
The total liabilities are9,020.09, which
amount la dividud between numerona
creditors In tunny parted the country.
What It Did. Secretary E. 0. Mae
ten, of the exposition committee, baa
eubmitted bia final report, allowing the
financial reaulu of the big fair. The
total recelps from all sources reaoh the
mm of 120,400.23; total expenses, f 18.
233.67 ; leaving a balance in the hand
of the treaaurer of 92220,60. Total
number of free ticket collected, 2206 ;
total number of single paid admiaaiona,
95,000; total admiaalon except thoae
on exhibitor' ticket! oraeaaon ticket,
87,363 ; eatimated total attendance, for
Coooswn,i A RrUBLic. Lake
viow Examiner t "It ia quite provable
that I ahull support the next republi
can candidate for president," aid Sen
ator Coggawell to the editor of the Ex
aminer, who called at bi office to In
quire a to the rumor to that effect
which were being circulated oa the
street. Upon Inquiring into the cauee
of the change the Senator aaid : "I
left the republican party in 1872, on
account of the reconstruction policy
of the party ; thia issue U now a thiug
of the past. Since the new issues have
arisen I And myaclf more in accord
with the republican than with tlio
Mb. CoPbland Cahbd. The O.M
Yellows of thl city aummnned Mr.
Jowph Copland, of Warren, to their
lodge room on Clirialmai day and iu
tlie presence of a number of the mem
Ixra. ircHcnted blm with a flue gold
lieadcd cane n a mark of respect for
lilro resulting from bueincaa dealings.
It will be remembered that about
tliree rear ago Hie Odd Fullowa pur
chased a cemetery aite from Mr. Cope
laud at a coal ef eeveral huudred dol
larr-, the trustees giving their note a
security. Thcie note came due but
through the adrent of the lute deprea
aion they could not be met and Mr.
Copeland generously extended the
time for payment from lime to time
until the lodge could meet them, and
now the notes are all paid off and 8t.
Helena lodge I. O O. F. haa a war
ranty deed to the moat beautiful cem
terv aite in the county. Mr. Cope-
land was not aware of the ohjcot of the
aummoni, nonce the greater was ma
aumrUe when the presentation wa
Lko Buokbs. About 6:30 o'clock
vtwi0rd.iv morning the peaceful alum-
bora of Mr. W. B. Dillard were dis
turbed by the criea of ome one seem
Jngly in great diatreai. Mr. Dillard
ilrpaa.wl him self and tUrtod in the di
reolinn from which the Bound came
and found that it waa the cries of a
man nn the nnnoaito bank of the river.
Whon he reached the wharf there was
no availablo smallboat, to that the call
for help could not be responded to
until the steamer Kellogg came along
. tm minutes later on her way to
v,ii..4 (Unula Whilcoiiib'e at
i..tii. ny called to the matter and
he proceeded to the otne and die-
covered lliai me cries csinu -
..niinman he Dm name of Sanford
who, while walking along the bank t,
the river before it waa light, had fallen
over the bank aud injured hi left leg
ti.o .iflsmnr took him on board and
brought him to this city where be w
placed in care of Dr. Cliff, who, upon
.nation, discovered that tne log
and ha uroceeded to re
duce the fracture. Sanford lives Just
oppoaite thi place at the end of the
Score or People. To y that the
Knight of Fylhta and Odd Fellow'
entertainment and ball given at the
opera bouse Wednesday uignt wa a
complete ucoe la only reiterating
ii,. exnreaaion of almost every one
present. The entertainment, which
was the conferring of the third degree
.k. Vmiriii. Plan uooa a candidate,
wa announced to begin at 7 :30 o'clock
but before the hour of 7 arrived people
began to gather in order to seoure
good .eat." and by the time the per
f,..n tutsan the house wa packed,
It tains- estimated that there were at
loast 260 people pretent. At the con
nin.inn f th nerformance the ball
... ( in ira iilaoe a oon
m . iha Am, 1.1 ha rsinOVed. and
aaant.lan flnniilfla I mm all Dart of
the surrounding- country, occupied the
remainder of the night following the
m.iiulinua strains of Hanriol'a orches
tra. Supper wa announced at the
Oriental hotel at 11:30 o'clock, and
twenty couple at a time were aeated
the feative board, and amid
i .... .nil mineral merrymaking,
enioyed the aplendid spread prepared
for the occasion. As atated in the be
ininir. the whole affair waa one of
the greatest auccerac evor witneaeed
PHHBONAL AND LOCAL.
Mist Amy deorge la at borne for tbe
T. C. Watti, of Beuben, wa In thl
olty Tiieday lad.
Mr. and Mr. W. D. Oonnell (pent
Christmas in tbl city.
Mr. and Mr. Harrison Allen (pent
Christmas in Portland.
Mr. W. B. Cillard spent Christmas
with friend In Portland.
Mi Daley Walkina spent Cbrlnt
ma at home with her parent.
The Mascot I again on tbe Lewi
river route in place of the Elwood.
Elmer itewell came borne Tuesday
to spend Chriatma with hit parents.
E. E. Quick and C. H. Newell were
doing business in Portland Monday
Mr. 8. 8. Way I borne again, her
school at llalnier having closed last
Wanted Girl to do general house
work in private family. Apply Bt thi
Mia Bertha Detriok, of Portland,
pent Sunday in tbl city, the guest of
II. A. Corliss, formerly of Yankton,
but now of Grants Pa, wa in these
part last week.
G. W, Barnes, of Quincy, came up
yesterday to asuist iu making a copy
of the assessment roll.
Mr. and Mr. P. A. Frake came to
town Wednesday to lake in the enter
lainmenl and dance.
Dr. and Mr. Caple and Mia Willie
Caplui, of Columbia City, were In this
city last Christmas eve. .
John and Warren Dobbin, of Ilille
boro, were here on Christina night
participating in the fun.
Connty Surveyor Meaerve wa in
thi oily Wodnesday.aod left fur down
river point tbe same night.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dow. of Oak
ialand, spent Cbristuiae In thi city at
the borne oi Mr. and Mr, n, vox.
George E. Davia, attorney, of Port
land, wa the truest of Mr. and Mr.
T. J. Cleeton over Christmas.
Frank Malmaten, of Vernonia, wa
in town yesterday to meet a brother
who arrived here from Minnesota,
The Green Creek Lumber Company
at Mayger bave put in 8,000,000 feet
of log during the past two ear.
MUt Frankie Way, who ha bean
(laying with ber aiater in Portland for
some time, (pent Sunday in thia city.
Jamea Pollock, of Rainier, paeaed
through thi place Tuesday on bi
return from LaCenter, whore bi
George Frake, who is attending
Portland University, was among those
who enjoyed themselves in thi city
Mr. and Mr. F. L. Clear, who bave
been in Spokane, Washington, for sev
eral month, pnt Cbntlma with
relative in tbi oity. '
C. W. Maveer and n. Henderson
were in town Monday aud Tuesday of
thi week attending to business in tbe
cou uty clerk's oflice.
Dr. and Mrs. Cbalmer took tbeir
Christina dinner with relative in
Portland. They returned here for tho
ball Iu tbe evening.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Balmanno and son
and daughter, of Portland, apent
Christmas in this city at the home of
Mr. aud Mr. A. Davis.
Charley English and iwife and Fred
Henderson and wife, of Deer Ialand,
were in thia city Wednesday attending
the Christma festivities.
Grant Watt and wife and lister,
and Mis Mildred Boyle, of Scappoose
came down to the entertainment ana
dance Christma evening,
The Mist want a correspondent
in everv neighborhood. If anything
of interest happens in your locality let
the world kuow it througn tne col
umn of Tub Mibt.
. O. E. Fhilbrook will hold ser
vice, st Yankton tomorrow (Saturday)
evening at 7 o'clock and on Sunday
. " ai a i at . a Di
morning at 11 o'cioca. aibo m.
Heleus at 7 p. ru. Sunday.
Allan A Cleeton received thi week
a con ignment of book from the Ban
croft Company in San FrancUco oon-
iating of twenty-eigni volumes ui tuo
encyclopodia of law.
Christma, 1805, it a thing of the
m.i It is well lllttl u ia so. lur tuo
"difference in the morning," where the
daily routine is to be returned, maKes
one rejoice again that it oome only
once a year.
.iniTA McGinn, of the circuit court
M..itnr.mli nnnntv. went to Astoria
VI A UIVIIUIM""
laat Friday night to open court lor
Judge McBride, the latter being de
innirar in Hillsboro than wa
We would Inform the Review that
Tnm Mi.t haa no sDolonv to make. A
paper that publiabe the faot doe not
need to emulate the example of the
Review and offer an apoiogy eacu
week for iu ignorant or mauowue ut
terances. a wniametta valley judge In in'
strutting s Jury saidi "Gentlenien,
lmard the evidence, ine
indictment charges the prisoner With
stealing a jackass. Thi offense teems
to be becoming a common one. Tbe
lime ha oome when it mutt be etopped ,
ntlmra.Ua. ffanUamftn. none Of VOU Will
Sore throat. Any ordinary case may
be cured In one night by applying
Chamberlain' Pain Balm a directed
avlih anh bottle. Thia medioine is
Inr iu cures of rheum'
sism. lame baok and deep-seated and
muscular pain. For ale by Dr. im
win Eos, druggist.
A large delegation came down from
g..mvM to attend the ball Wednes
day evening. The people of Scappoose
believe in enjoying life while it las s,
and can always be relied upon to make
inv event one of ploaure. lheper
-i- .1 a... latn nnmmunitie OUght to
iniov more of each other ooiety, for
VIIIUV IIV(. vi " - ,
Indeed the pleaur of onoommunity
thould be the gratincauon oi tue
BILL PASSED BT THE SENATE
Commission to Inyestigate
Free Coinage Besolutlon Adopted
In tbe Senate Some Pointed
Washixotok, Dee. SO. The United States
senate by unanimous vote, and without the
formality of a roll-call, today passed the
bill alresdy adopted by tbe bouse of repre
sentatives empowering ths president to p
point a commission to determine tbe Vene-
suala-Brltlnh Oulana boundary. Tbla
wat tbe culmination of a debate adding
memorable page to congressional history.
It was a day of notable speeches by notable
men. The subject of war between tbe
United States and Great Britain waa the
prevailing theme, which found sxpresslon
In lofty and patriotlo sentiments, In stirring
appeala for preparation and defense, in
grapbio portrayals of tbs horrors of war,
and at times In defiant warnings to tbe peo
ple across the water.
Mitchell of Oregon Introduced a wool
tariff bill, and gave notice that he would
move to Incorporate In any tariff measure
ooralng from the finance committee.
The resolution of Peffer directing the in-
terstate commerce commission to inquire
into the recent trafflo arrangement between
various railway lines waa agreed to.
Tbs resolution of Allen for a coinage of
silver to meet the contingencies of war
came over from yesterday, and Allen spoke
upon It In a facetious rein. He read, with
running comment, Chandler's bill "to in
crease the armament of the United States."
lie referred to the belllgerenry of the bills
presented by Hale to increas tbe navy
and by Davis inquiring aa to the British
aggression in Alaska. The Monroe doc
trine was put forward by the president aa
though It had never been heard of before.
In the judgment of Allen, tba president
recognised that, having lost the confidence
of tbe American people, it waa aeslrable to
adopt tbla mean to restore to some extent
tbe respect and confidence of tbe people.
He urged, aa a measure of financial safety,
that the free coinage of gold and stiver on
equal term be considered by tbe finance
flatt moved tbe reference of the resolu
tion to the committee, but the motion waa
defeated by a vote of 88 to SH.
Piatt aought to bave struck out the war
like preamble. Allen consented to tbla.
Ths resolution, as finally agreed to, Is aa
"That tbe committee on finance be, and
It hereby is, directed and Instructed to In
quire and report, by bill or otherwise.
whether It would not be expedient for tbe
government of tbe United States of Amer
ica, at thia time, to open its mints to tbe
free and unlimited coinage of gold and su
rer at the ratio ol 16 to 1, and iu addition
issue an adequate volume of full legal-tender
treasury notes in the same manner as sucb
have heretofore been issued, and. In tbe in
terest of national safety, withdraw the
issue power of national banks and retire all
When the house bill to provide for a
commission to investigate the Veoesuela
boundary came up it waa discussed at con
siderable length, and waa finally paased
I thou t division. 8tewart pointed out tbe
constant encroachments of Oreat Britain
in Venexitela, Nicaragua and various points
in tbe Western world. The senator did
not believe war would come, but if it did,
tbe country would uphold every step the
president might take iu supporting the
Monroe doctrine, v
Mitchell of Oregon, in a brief colloquy
with White, took occasion to state what be
believed to be the correct interpretation of
the Monroe doctrine, namely, that no Ka
ropean power should be permitted to ac
quire one foot of soil iu addition to what It
now owns in the Western hemisphere.
Chandler spoke at some length upon the
question, and aaid :
"Yesterday I thought it would be wise to
amend ths bill; today I do not think so.
Now I think it of the highest national Im
portance that the bill should be passed aa It
came from the house. After all, the amend
ments proposed are not of Importance."
Chandler then delivered a glowing eulogy
on the patriotism and Americanism of the
president, but this was not Wltnout its
sting, when he referred to Mr. Cleveland as
inspired by tbe genius of Massachusettea,
In the person of the secretary of state. He
appealed to both sides of the chamber not
to allow any question of party advantage
to stand in the way of hearty support oi
ths executive. He said that the senate
should thank God that Mr. Cleveland bad
divorced politics from foreign affairs, and
then went on sarcastically t
"I understand that stocks hava gone down
today; that Wall street aud 8tate atree are
agitated because a democratic president
desires to sustain the honor of bia eountry.
id Is nnheld by a republican congress. If
stocks have gone down I bave no aouoi
thnv are stocks whioh dsserve to go down.
I do not think we should be intimidated by
these foreign capitalists who are pounding
the stock board."
He read from a cable to a Hew York pa-
nar an account of a meeting of English cap
italists, who were described aa being about
readv to throw their American securities
on the market, and added:
"Alas I Haa it oome to tbisT Were it a
president who baa done more for English
interests than any other president who ever
sat in the White House, and yet, today, be-
.a. ha stands firm for Araerloan honor,
be haa fallen so low In ths estimation oi
Englishmen that there are now none to do
Wat Bothsebild at the meeting:" In
'Oh. raDlled Allen, contemptuously,
thia is tha same old same. Thia cable Is
the report of a meeting in London which
nrstendsd to be private, but wa aiao m
tended to be public. It wa intended to
frighten Wall street and array the atock
brokers and seourlty-holdera on the aide of
"Don't you think it waa a wis move,
then." asked Allen, "to go ahead and foroe
England to surrender the American secur
ities shs holds T We would then be inde
pendent of her financially."
"Oh, yea," replied Chandler, "I am wilt
ins? to accomplish our financial indnpend
anee of Enirland, and also our industrial in
dependence; but one thing at a time. This
meeting of capitalists in London wa part
of a conspiracy to alarm our people in tbe
belief that American stockholders would
check those Insane enough to defend our
national honor. Therefore, at this meeting,
not I, who waa rash enough a month ago
to predict that this controversy would hav
to be settled In 20 years, but the president,
that idol of aristocrat and capitalists of
Great Britain, is described st Insane."
Juit a Chandler concluded, Tillman of
South Carolina saade hit entrance Into the
senatorial arena for the first time. Hs ap
peared anxious to cross swords with
Chandler, and that gentleman, although at
first reluctant, finally acquiesced.
The incident caused considerable amuse
ment. Tillman wsnted to know whether,
If Chandler were oonvinced that tbe passage
of this bill would result In the extinction of
the gold reserve and the establishment of
the silver standard for tbe United States,
he would vote for it.
Chandler Tb senator from South Caro
lina, like hi other popollatto associates, is
disposed to mix up all questions.
Tillman I am not a populist.
Chandler Then what are you T
Tillman I am a democrat, if there are
any democrats. I am a follower of Thomas
Jefferson, Calhoun and Lincoln.
Tbe reference to Lincoln and democracy
provoked a laugh, and Chandler ejaculated,
a be looked around the senate, "I guess
we ars all democrats, then."
Tillman Answer my question; would
you vote for tbs resolution? I would.
Chandler Ob, yea; I will rote for It. I
will vote for any sacrifice save tbe absurdity
of the senator from Nebraska (Allen), to
sustsln the national honor.
ma.rv.lon. Bee lie.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gunder-
niso, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permit
ted to make this extract : "I bave no hesi
tation in recommending Dr. King's New
Discovery, aa tbe results were almost mar
velous in tbe case oi my wife. While I was
pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junc
tion she was brought down with pneumonia
succeeding la grippe. Terrible paroxysms
of coughing would last hours with little in
terruption and it seemed as if she could not
survire them. A friend recommended Dr.
King's New Discovery; it waa quick in its
work and highly satisfactory in results."
Trial bottle, free at Boss' drug store. Reg
ular siz. COo and 11.00.
Thb Chbistmas Tbbb. Tbe Christ-
m.t tree in thit city Tuesday evening,
given by the Ladies' Aid Society, wat
a decided tucce... Tbe thort literary
program which had been arranged and
took place before the present were
distributed, wa well rendered by the
little folk and much appreciated by
the older one. After prayer and a
thort addrett by the pastor, Bev. 0. E.
Fhilbrook. the pretent were distrib
uted among the many bright and
smiling little facet, and the little heart
of each one a his or ber name waa
called, seemed to throb out loud as
they were handed some kind remem
branoe from a relative or friend. The
present were not costly, bnt were sof
6cient to thow the good will of the
donor. The society had need every
effort to tee that each child received
some present, and from the facial ex
pietaiona of thoae receiving them, the
matter of cost cut no figure. The
whole affair was over by 8 :30 and the
little ones hurried home chuckling as
they patted along, over what Santa
Claut had done for them.
Edwin Roes, the druggist, will tell
you that no one is better qualified to
ludee of tbe merit of an article man
tbe dealer, because no bates ins opin
ion on the experience of all who use
it. For tbi reason he withes us to
publish the reraa-kt of other dealers
about an article wuicn ne nanuies.
Messrs. C. F. Moore A Co., Newberg,
Oregon, says : "We sell more Of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy than all oth
ers put together, and it always gives
good satisfaction." Mr. J. F. Allen, of
Fox. Oregon, sayt : "I believe Unam
berlain's Cough Remedy to be the
belt I have handled." Mr. W. H.
Hitchcock, Columbus, Wash., says
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy sells
well and is highly praised by all who
Real Eatate Transfer..
Walter 8. Campbell to W. D. Campbell,
nwU nf auction
6 n. r 4 weft; kju.
Columbia Riv.r Lumber A Fuel Com
pany by sheriff, to Commercial National
hank nrnnnrrv si MorresTiiie: t jmi,
G. C. Jaqnlsh to Mrs. uoven.ioia x, o ana
a hlnnk A Hutihn BIO
. ' m . ,1,
Ueorge tiswrence io inos aiusuu, ran
and seK of sec S, tp S n, r 4 west ; $800.
nimrles Mnveer to Mabel M. Mason. 10
acres in sec 30, 1 8 n, r S west ; $176.
Leonard Mason to Geo. Hayes, 10 acres
InseoSO, tp8n, rSwest;S200.
ti, Miimr Cotnnanv to Henrv Hender
son, all real and personal property of the
Mayger company. . . . -
United titaUa to Kobert rrey, sex oi sec
Waft at n m O aur natant
F. K. Weiss to Hannah Aaron, t of X
sec 80. tp 4 n, r 4 west; to.
Reuben, Oregon, Wednesday, De
cember 25. 1895. James M. Mc-
Nanchlon and Miss Craoe, third
daushter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M,
Archibald, at tbe residence of the
bride's parents. Bev. w. x. waraie,
of Miipah Presbyterian ohurob,
Tbe bona wa tastefully decorated
for the occaaion with fern and ever
green, ine nnae looxeu very pretty
in a handsome dress of cream Alba
tross, elaborately trimmed in satin
ribbon. Tbe trroom was becomingly
dressed in black. Ouly the relatives
and a very few intimate friends were
present. Alter tne ceremony a aeuo
ions dinner was served. The young
. . . ,
oouple have been general favorites of
the entire community, ana receivea
heartv eoneratulations from all. Mr.
and Mrs. McNaughton will reside in
Mooresville in the future.
, The Mist and Oregonian one year
for 12.00 in advance.
Highest Honor World's Pair,
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
iMost Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
No. 8 Cook Stoves g 7.60
No. 8 Copper Bottom Wash Boilers. 1.00
No. 8 Cooper Bottom Tea-Kettles ... .40c
Btove pipe per joint 15c
uecoratea jtinner w irom f o.w up.
Western Star Washing Machines.... 4.00
Best Clothes Wringers 1.76
First grsde Stone-ware, per gal ' .16c
Mason's Fruit Jara, pts 80c, qts 76c,
j gal si.ou per aozen.
Heating Stoves at Cost
When tbe above nrices are taken as mere
samples of the many other bargains offered,
they wilt impress upon all, the fact that
mis is a saie none can anora to miss.
Special attention given mail ordera from
Cor 2d and Yamhill Sts, Portland, Or.
(Mention this paper. )
Mrs. W, B. Meek, who resides at
Camptonville.Cal.. say ber daughter
wa for teveral year troubled at time
with severe cramps in tbe stomach,
and would be in such agony that it
was necetsary to call in a physician.
Having read about Chamberlain'e Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy the
concluded to try it. She found that it
alwayt gave prompt relief. It wat eel
dom necetsary to give tbe second dote.
"It bat not only taved us lot of worry
and time," the ayi, "but also doctor
bill? ItV is my opinion that every
family should bave a bottle of tbi
remedy in the house." For eale by
Dr. Edwin Rott, druggist.
When Baby was sick, we gt ber Castorla.
When she was a Child, aha cried foe Cutoria.
When she became Kiss, she dims; to Castorla.
When she had Children, she gae them Csstoria.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe were in Kala-
ina Monday for dental work.
Mr. Saindan, of Deer Island, made
us a pleasant call Tuetday.
Tbe masquerade ball held at Moores
ville Christmas Jve was a success.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woodham spent
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Law
Martin Hoven, who is attending
school in Pertland, spent Christmas
with bis parents.
H. B. Borth wick's employes sub
scribed $60 for a Chrittmas tree held
at Mooresville for the children.
O. S. Foster. T. C. Watts and H. M.
Fowler attended the Masonic election
in St. Helens last Saturday evening.
When the weather becomes good
Messrs. Hoven and Woodham will
thresh tbeir potato crop out of the
One of our boys killed six ducka at
one thot and divided them with bis
friends for Christmas. Another not
only killed ducks but alto a fat goose
and a beantuul twr.n.
"VyOTICE is hereby given that the under
1.1 siened. J. V. Lankin. has been duly
appointed by the County Court of Columbia
county, State of Oregon, administrator of
tne estate oi tne late jonn neiier, aeoeasea,
and that he has duly qualified as such, and
that letters of administration hare been
dulv issued to him as such administrator.
All peraona oaring claims against tne eaia
estate are requested to present them to me.
J. V. Lankin, No. 209. First street, Port
land. Multnomah county. Oregon, or at the
office of E. K. Quick, 8t. Helen. Columbia
county, Oregon, with proper Touchers,
within six months from this date.
Administrator ol the estate of John
Keller, deceased. dCjS
XTOTICE ia hereby given that I, the l
XI dersigned administrator of the estate
of Ole Olson, deceased, bare rendered and
Hied In the (Jonntv (Jonrt ot the state Of
Oregon for Columbia County, my final ac
count ana peution ior nnai settlement, ana
at 2 o'clock P. M., and the court room of
said Court In Bt. Helens, Oregon, bave
been appointed by said Court as the time
and nlace for settlement thereof, at which
time and place any person interested in
said estate may appear and Ble bis excep-
Uons, in writing to saia account, ana con
test the same. EDWIN MERRILL,
Administrator of the estate of Ole Olson,
Dated November 14, 189S.
Petition for Llanor License.
rTHE HON. COUNTY COUKI OF Co
lumbia County. Oregom
Desr island precinct, Columbia county. Bute of
Oregon, would respectfully petition your hon
orable body at IU next regular term, whioh will
be held on the 8th day of January, A. D. 1896, In
we. tne nndaralrned leraj man resiaina- in
Court House, in tne city ot Bt. Helens, uo
tbia count. Oregon, that a Uoense be granted
to O. K. Hunter to sell spirituous, vinous and
mslt liquors In qnanUUes less than one gallon
in veer isiana precinct in wia uouniy ana oww.
ana tnst saia license do rr&niea ior a penoa ei
nm mf. fnr whlnh wit will Aver Dray.
Sated at Ooble thia 11th dav of November. 189ft.
Neer, J A Fowler, J Lamont, H Btebman, H Jf
Fnwlar. Joe Lawrence. Jav P Archibald. W J
Kellie, Q B Foster, 1 A King, R K Foster, B
Schmidt, Fred Nuasbaumer, It F Donovan, B
Beed, 8 C Hoadley, J R Cronk, C L Wlloox, Ed-
van! Black. John frlllem. J H Blarketer. J A
Hokien, Thomas ugntioot, r w naunster, a
Batson, W C Roblnett, Fred Kobelt. T O Crls
nick, B Howard, Joseph Roth. Wm Burdlck,
Jas McNaughton, C J Farr, Frank Bishop, Jacob
Lengaciiar, jaca Lrspain, victor -turner, .ma
Nuasbaumer, Geo Kane, O C Fowler, A I Spauld-
Ing, D L Bate. H eager, David Belbnlr, George
Cross. Jacob Furrer, John Bevis, P O Pue, W S
Notish, C a. Leavens, at reterson, r H Hums,
County Treasurer's Office,
St. Helens, Or., Dee. 13, 1895
NOTICE ia hereby given that all Colum
bia county warrants heretofore pre
sented and endorsed "Not Paid for Want
of Funds." ud to July 29. 1893. will be paid
upon presentation at this omce. interest
on the same will not be allowed after tbla
date. d20jl7 E. M. WtlaKTON,
Treasurer of Columbia County, Oregon
NEWELL & WATKINS
Groceries, Ha;, Flour and Feed
WOOD AND UIISfiLE.
Country Produce Bought and Sold, and Ex
changed for Goods. Undertaking Goods
furnished on Bhort Notice.
Btore on Strand Street, ST. HELENS, OR.
SINCE REMOVING TO
81 and 83 THIRD
Men's All Wool Suits
Single and Double Breasted Sacks, all sizes. In Twenty-four Patterns,
including BLITK. 1). H. HKAVEK, ALL SHADES CHEVIOTU,
T WEEDS AN!) CAUSIMEKKd .
Every Suit WARRANTED made of our CELEBRATED ALBANY
WOOLEN MILLS CASSIMERE, and manufactured on OUR
J. M. MOYER & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Clothiers.
SOLE AGENTS .
ALBANY WOOLEN MILLS
Western Star Washing Machines. . .
Alao t large assortment of Hefttlnr ftnd Cooking:
lumtnuin, Axea meagea. fjrou-vui mwi, wwi, alc, m priva w uun uuu.
F. R. CHOWN
212 First Street, Near Salmon,
for Infants and Children.
THIRTY yws' hmmMaa of Can-tori with the patretauae;. of
aaffltos. f aerteas, ymmit ns to ayah of It wtthoat ueaalna;.
It is wnqnearHonably th. W remedy tor Iafaart. mmA Chfldrgst
tha world haa errer kaw. It Is havrmlsaa. Cm draws ltt It. It
gives them lieajtfc.
It will aavra
tvmufhHtg wiriest la
Caetarla Jaartroy Wi
Caatarta aJUys VemUhmamt, - - .
. Caatsjria proeisit. TiwsttJbtar Sojw CfwraL -.'..it
- Caatorfa. emrm MavrriaoMi and Wlsid Colla. .. . . ':-...,
Caatorla. rtlUmm Teethtna: Trochlea. " ''
Caatoria nm Constipation smd natsJesaey.
Oaatarla nantraligea the) effects of e.rlnnl add una 0r nolaonana air.
Caatoriav daea not contain morphiaa, plmn, nr othexr awruetle property.
Cnatorln ataalmCntwa the) food, retnlataa tit, atamnen sd nowsJa,
' artaa; hamltny and natural sleep.
Caatorln fa pnt np tn esia-sia. Battlaa only.
Pont allow any y fa) an yon naythlns; sda. on the plan e prossda
that It fa "jnst aa good" and "wfll ssrsmr arwry ptn-poaa.1
Baa tlmt yews at C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for
Has re-opened under the management
of GEORGE A. BRINN, corner of Strand
and Oowlita Streets. St Helens. Oregon,
where can be found tne onoicast uranas oi
IINB AND LIQUOR
Can) Uhlea. nool table, billiard table and
other devicea for the entertainment of pat
rons, where time can be pleasantly spent.
FAMOUS FIRE LADDIE CIGARS
Besides other popular brands, are kept
constantly on hand to aupplv the increased
trad, at this very popular saloon.
CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
IS KEPT AT THE BANQUET.
Monte Yista Nursery
A choice lot of two-year-old Apple Trees,
Ben Davis, Northern Spy, Spitaenberg.Grav
nstein, Melon, Bed Xstrachan and other
varieties. A choice lot of Italian Prune,
Pear and Cherrv Trees, and small
fruits. Trees hav. been inspected and pro
nounced the cleanest, thriftiest and nicest
lot in the district. They are grown oa well
under-drained fir timber soil, hav. good
ttbrous roots, which we din with trees. Send
for list. Address
SCAPPOOSE. I t 0B160II
i..tWja6kjail.rflsf aftxT sltt aUsT elaW alW
OUR NEW STORE
ST, S. W, Cor. Oak
and 83 Third Street, Cor. Oak
No. 8 Cooking Btove..
$3.50 and Up.
Store, Btael Baiiffet, Tinware, Granite Ware. Al-
thadr Htsm. Ia tt Mother. hn
aafW and yratrttosJIy aarfeet aa s
. -i r" -
It fa mot sold ta Vnlk.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Btra. Telephone and Bailey Oatsert
COLUMBIA KIVB B A PDGET BOUND N A V. CO
Alder St, Portland; naval dock, Astoria.
V PORTLAND AND ASTORIA
Telephone leaves Portland daily (except Sun
day) at 7 a. m., leaves Astoria dally at 7 p. m.,
(except Sunday). Rons direct to train for Clat
sop beach, ana connects with steamer Ilwaoo
far Ilwaoo trains, running to all points en North
Bailey Oatsert leaves Portland daily at 8 pm.,
(except Sunday), on Saturday at 11 p. m. Leaves
Astoria dally at S:45 a. m. (except Sunday and
Monday), on Sunday at 7 p. m. ; eonnecta with
all trains for Clatsop beach and Ilwaoo beach.
This line has a boat oonoectloff with both
beaches, returning from Astoria every night in
E. A. 6EELEY, Agent V. B. SCOTT, Pnts.
, J, H. DECKER, Proprietor.
The old and reliable barber has his rsxon Just
ss sharp as ean be found, and will shav. yea
oomiortably and quickly for only la cents.
8T. HELENS, : S OREGON
Dimension Lumber, Flooring,
Rustic Sheathing, Casings, and a
complete atock of ayeiy variety of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
ALWAYS ON HAND.
AT THE OLD STAND, ST. HELKF OBEQON
in St. Helen.