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A Good Poiht.--Nearly tvery low
boat that pastes ibis )Iho with t ship
Inmnd ward drop anchor here and
tako on board from 30 to 100 oordi
at wood. At thli lemon of the year
lh demand lor wood at thit point i1
good, and muoh mora oould b told If
ft wore available. Tbil condition will
ji changed, however, as toon m the
flume I nude over end ready for bust
pen, when it will be en easy mutter to
dock 100 eorrle per day from that one
fouroe. Be-sides the towboals, the
regular line eteemera wood here dally.
Body Boovrd. The body of
JUniol Crowley, the man loet over
oaril from the Shaver about two weeka
ago, wee picked up latt Monday at a
point near the lower end of Cotton
wood Island on the Washington aide
of the Columbia. Letters were found
in the dead wan 'a pookete by which
lie waa identified, one being from a
couilo living in Portland. The body
waa in a very good etate of preaerva
tinn whan found. The coroner from
Kelao held an Inqneet Monday and the
Jury found tbat (be aeoeeeea reoeivea
violent blowe about the eye and tem
ple before death.
. n.naivBB Aikbd For. Mr. John
Loary. one of the etockholdera of the
Columbia River A Puget Bound Nat
...linn Onnmanv. haa flled a petition
in Judge Bellinger' court aekfng that
receiver bo appointed for the com
tnv. The Di-oiterty for which a re
ceiver ie asked embracee the steamers
T.l.nhone end Bailey Uetaert on tbe
Columbia and the Flyer and Fleet
wood on Pucet eound, together with
other property belonging to the com
tour. It ia believed tbat all the ob
stacle will be ovorreme in due lime
and the! no loae will be aoalalned by
the White Collar line.
S-rtAKia PuBOHaaiD. The Shaver
Transportation Company haa pur
ohased the ateamer No Wander and aa
won aa abe eao be placed in condition
will engage in towing aawloga to Uke
the place of the Sarah Dixon. The
latter ateamer, it ie laid, will be plaeed
on the route between Portland and
The Dallea either la competition with
or in connection with the Regulator
line. The trade between Portland and
The Dallea haa been good for the peat
year, the two eteamere operating there
not being able to handle the traffln.
The Dixon la a good boat for the trade
and will add greatly to the efficiency
of the eteamboat eervioe between those
two point. '
T Dam CotxarsiD. A.I Oregoo
City laat Tueeday a part of the coffer
dam of the General Electric Company,
retaining a wall of water 28 feel high,
gave way, burying the ten aaen who
were at work beneath it in a maae of
malting water and flying timber.
Eight out of the ten men were retcued,
all of tham being more or leea bruiaed.
Anton Vatterlin and Jacob MoComb
were killed, the former having had bia
neck broken and the latter drowned.
The principal work of reecve waa done
by two young men who work in the
tower hooee, and when the accident
occurred they ineiantly Jumped into
the raging torrent and bagaa effective
work, eavtng eight of the ten men.
EiHiBira It Banancut . Farm
ra are iuel now trying to eee who can
m.nM in analitv and aice of fruit. Thie
la an excellent lime to make eihibile,
eince the fruit crop baa wom ueeu
equaled and the variety to select from
ia great. Indeed "Oregon on Wheelt"
.... nut tlit vrar would certainly at-
traot world-wide attention. About the
only way to convince eastern people
aiii, Hiont of Orecon'a wonderful
product Ie to load a car and tend it
kak far nereonal inspection. The
car eent out a few yeare ago did a
great deel to attract atlentioo to Ore
eon and her wonderful reeourcee,
more, perhape, than meet people eue
iject, tor advertUing of thai character
doe not alwaya produce Immediate
nantia. It do. nevertheless, canae
people who contemplate emigrating to
oonaider the placo repreecnted by aueb
produoU, and when Ihe time arrivee
for them Us move the chance ere
more than even that they will aeek the
land of aueb preduotivenwe. Oregon
never pent a eent for advertising, H
done judioiousty, that did not yield
handaomo return. So it la with the
farmer who exhibit hi produole
where the attention of atrangera are
attracted by the nnnsnal diipley.
Oir th Triaholi. A more jolly
whole-ouled gathering of men never
..emblod in Bt. Helen, than thoae
valiant Knighle from Portland, K
lama and Rainier who visited Avon
Lodge No. 62, Knighle of Pythi. laat
Tueed.y evening. From Portland
came twenty-five, coom iny tng Cp
tnin B. D. Inman on hi ateamer
Hoo Hoo, and on ano.her Unnoh
came nineteen from Kalama, while
Rainier ftirniihed nine, making in all
rlftv two viitor. Among thoae from
Portland were J. T. Hayne, paat grand
chancellor I L. R "'fl
keeper of record and aeal j Charlee
Fellow, grand outer guard Clarence
W. Averyi chief of the tribunal, and
Jadge Sweelc. ol ne
o'clock, ana .-rr- ." -r , - k.
lodge room where three candidates
13 in waiting, one for each rank.
ia i..w,w. iha work being oom-
rved at the notei, an rcw
'. "La !.. closed and the Kuighte
were conduced to M.eonic hall, where
the Ralhbone Sietwt prealdrf owrOw
: .... ki.k m ladan- with cooa
hmg.' .d arranged for eighty .four,
"j -i.toi, iha member of the
Wl lodtre and their invited guest
founl soau and for the next hall hour
Jin. wnrk in which every Knight wh.
n-!..,. m.m AlWHffd in tO the
En of U Inner" man. Following
Ihiaapeeohea were made by many of
L Jilnr.. l)r. H. R. Cliff acting a
r" fj.m.ifimowshiD reigned
promiscuously. Biipimr- being over
the viHor iinaninioiwiy
y,L of Ihnnki to the l;l to
.u- a-.,r. r,,r the r kind hospitality,
pie to visit the metropolis, w he e i lliey
would bj gU'l to I'nierUin them at
Tni me. We believe every one prci
" a naverbufore
th. me l.rfy.hin meaning of
l5.nd.hlr. At .bout 1:30 the v .-tors
mbarkad for homo, thus ending the
Helena in many year, if ever before.
Why Time ABB Good. Darlta
the fact that the oountry bad been
flooded with advance Importation of
wool and woolen good, the woolen
milli are runnlncon full lima and the
Srlce of wool hae advanced, ya the
regonian. At the Algonquin woolen
mill, in Pa nalo, the wage of the em
ploye have been advanoed 10 and 16
per eent, and similar report come
from other mill. No one will attrib
ute that to a foreign demand. In a
tiagle county in Pennsylvania, Fay
ette, the Philadelphia Prea report
that the uuemployed who have been
given work in manufacturing Indus
trie number 18.850. In Munlce. An-
derion, Marlon, Kokoma and Tipton,
anown a tna naturai-gaa clue of In
diana, the faotorfe are running on
full time, and many of tham double
time, whereaa a year ago tbree-fourtba
of them were running on abort time.
Missouri alno ha risen from 117 to
30 a thousand pound, and the gla,
railway-car and other factories of that
tale, which have long been idle, are
now running on full time. The Penn
eylvaula railroad earninga in August
were, without any Increase in rates,
$800,000 greater than in August of
latt year, and the Reading, Jersey
Centrsl and other railroad lso showed
very favorable returna.
Pbritbdhaby 8urpi.it. The new
pumping station for the Insane asy
lum, which Is being erected in the
state penitentiary yard, I fait nearing
completion. Laat week Knox fc Mur
phy, the well known plumber of this
oity, received a carload of water pipe,
and yesterday two more carload of
the Mme material arrived for use in
completing the plant and connecting
the pumping station with the asylum.
The three carload of material fur
niehod the tai by Knox & Murphy
ggregnta 60,000 pounds, a consider
able item. The pipe is, like all the
other material, used In constructing
tbe plant, of the very beat to be se
cured for that purpose, and a credit to
thie enterprising firm. Wheu the sta
tion ia completed end the connection
with tbe eeylam made, the etate will
own the beat pumping etation on the
coast, having a good supply of whole
some water for tbe inmates of tbe asy
lum and ample Bre protection for the
UU' exteacive buildings at tbat in
stitution. Salem Statesman.
Law awd Obdbb LbaodB This
week a law and order league, com
posed of well known basins men,
waa organlaed In Grant' Pa, says
th Journal. Tbe purpose of tbe or
ganlxation ia to stimulate the officer
of the city ia tbe enforcement of tbe
law. Public nuisance are to be abated,
the street corner kept free from the
loafer and buma who obstruct th
paasage, and lewd character are to be
inhibited from plying their trade open
ly. If officer fail to see infraction of
the law a ooaimittee will point them
out. If no one offere to make eom
plaiat tbe aommitteo will provide a
private prosecutor. It evidence is
lacking a committee will supply it. If
officer shirk their duly it ie proposed
to hold them up to public approbrium,
and where there is a remedy by law
for their removal it will be invoked.
We are aesured tbat tbe league ia dead
Cobdwood Qok Up. Last Tues
day night George Lomotil, who baa
old several thousand cord of wood
at thia plsoe ia tbe pat four year,
raised the price of wood to 2 per
cord. He ha been selling that article
for 11.75 per cord for a long lime, but
finally decided to onit the busineee or
receive more compensation for hi la
bor. Thia action will, no doubt, have
a stimulating effect on that induatry.
Manv wood dealere have long been
contemplating Buch action but were
held back by the fear that other
would not drop into line. Now we
may confidently expect a similar move
all along the river, aa dealers further
down have signified a willingness to
follow suit. Tbe price of cutting will
also be advanced, aa will hauling, and
all Interested ia that industry will feel
the good effect.
The aheriff'a aale of property for de
linquent tax took place last Monday
afternoon. Uniy a lew traoie were oia
in by private parties, the remainder
being knocked down to Judge Doan
who waa on hand to loon aiter toe in
terest of the county. The liet of
nronertv eold waa much amailer Iqis
year tban usual, owing perhaps to the
faot that people have had a belter op
portunity lo earn money wllh which
to pay their taxee thia year than for
a long time In the past.
Eight long, wnary week have been
consumed by the criminal court el
Chicago trying A. L. Luetgeri, ac
oused of murdering hia wife and dis
solving her body in a vat of caustio
potash, but at laat me case was given
to the jury Mondsy evening. Luet
geri ie a millionaire aausage maker of
Chicago, and hia trial ha attracted
.Mnauraad attention. The jury atood
eleveu for eonviotion and one for ac
quittal, until thev were nnaiiy ms
charged. Another turn at the mill
will be necessary to decide the fate ol
Munkle Broe., of thia city, are just
now hustling in an effort to get their
logging plant together and thoroughly
overhauled in anticipation of a lively
season on the Coweeman tin winter,
where they will remove Hie material
iha naail on Milton creek last winter.
These gentlemen are conservative bu-
inaaa man. and wouia not enter exten
sively into the logging business uuless
nnditinna amulv warranted auon ac
linn Thnra ia an inoentiv. and it
certainly growe out of the fact thai
the price of logs and lumber is iu
creasing along the line with every
Cur thai cough with Bblloh's Cure. The
bent tJouuh Cure. Kellevos croup prorupuy.
i,m. n.llllna bottles solit last year. 40 doves
for 23 cents. Bold by Dr. Edwin Ross,
a cinra for Bilious Oallc.
nmmr!. flnreven Co.. Oa. I have been
subject to attacks of bilious eolio for severs!
years. Clismberlam s uono, vumoia
i;.rrl,nea RemeiW is the only surerellel.
It nets like a charm. One dose of it gives
reliut h n all other remedies fail.-U. D.
HHAur. For sale by Dr. K. Em.
Ladles, take the beat. If y u are troub
led'with oonslipntion. sallow skin; and a
tired feeling, take Karl's Clover Tea. It la
pleasant to take. Sold by Pr. Edwin Boss.
PEflBOIfAIi AND hOVAL.
Mr. John Frauti is reDorted to attain
be seriously 111.
George G. Maytter. of Mayger. wa
la town Tuesday night.
Mr. G. E. Tysxkiewlcr, of Bachelor
island, Is reported very ill.
Rev. Mr. G. G. Haley will preach at
Rainier next Sunday evening.
Hon. C. B. Moores assumed charge
of the Oregon City land office last
Frank Bishop and T O. Watte, of
Reuben, were in this city lad Tuesday
evening. . ,
Street, tewart and baok Tarda are
badly in need of attention in some
parte of town.
Fred Henderson and Irwin Seffert,
of Deer Island, were county aeat vis
itors laat Tuesday.
Mrs. II. J. Water and children are
at Akron, Ohio, and will remain there
for. ceveral month.
Rev. M. Burlingame will preach at
Warron at 11 a. m., and at Houlton at
7 ;30 p. m. next Sunday.
Charles English, junior and senior,
the Deer Islsnd merchants, were in
town last Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mr. J. G. Watta and Mia
Marie Watt, of Scappoose, were in
St. Helen last Tuesday evening.
8. H. Kistner, J. L. Jones, Merrit
and Will Pomeroy and Walter Farrow
of Rainier, were in our town Tuesday
night and made it a point to viait K.
of P. headquarters.
Tbe editor of the Pendleton Tribune
ha had the editor of the Republican,
of tbe came city, indicted for criminal
libel. If either ever called tbe other a
gentleman we have overlooked tbe
Ex Judge Dean Blaachard, or Rain
ier, waa in town a short lime laat Kri
dav. Mr. Blancbard baa been very
busy with bis pile driver for tbe pest
soveral month, ana report a pronv
able aeaaoa't work.
It wa a Dakota editor who wrote
''the price of thia paper ie not increased
oy tne mngiey diii, obi w ii w
correct Ihe misapprehension of tome
of uur subscribers wbo appear to think
it wa placed oa the free lilt.
Tbe aocount that come from Berlin
ef a tonne man who undertook to
kia hi iweelheart 10,000 time, and
wa paralysed before half through,
say nothing about the condition of
the rirl. Tbe inference ia that he
waa still ia tbe arena.
Citisens of Astoria hsve offered W.
8. Byer, of Pendleton, whose mill wa
burned a few week ago, (50.000 a a
bonus to start a flour mill in that city,
Mr. Bvers baa made a trip to Astoria
and looked over tbe ground, but baa
ot vat made any announcement a
to whether or not be will eccept the
Great quantities of whisky, it ia (aid,
is being smuggled into Alas a irom
Ban Fraaolsco. Seattle and Portland
on tbe regular line ateamer, and th
collector are having no end of trouble
in combatting the gang organiaed for
that nuroose. All kinds of good are
being smuggled across the line, but
whisky ia said to be the principal com
Mr. Tbomaa Cooper baa keen deal
ing in hone lately and aa a result he
haa two fine blacka which ha got at
Linnton, which, after training,-will
haul a carriage over the road ahead of
the procession. It ia said a man can
uka anv old oluc lo the Liantou fao
torv and bv paving a difference of $5
oan have bia choice out of tbe heard
of several hundred head.
Mr. W. H. Dolman haa pnrohaaed
a traot of land containing eighty acres
near the Bunker hill spring and will
next year erect a house thereon for a
aummer residence: Tbe location
one of the most healthful, with a reas
onably high altitude, splendid water
and a splendid view oi tne uoiumoia
valley. A a aummer reaidenoa loca
tion it it excellent.
Isaao H. Copeland. from three mile
above town on the Willamette eiougn
waa in town Monday last. lie t ser
iously contemplating returning to
Rmithern California, wnero aw naa a
fine peach and apricot orchard which
has yielded Dim a neat sum year.
He any there ie no comparison be
tween the condition prevailing now
and one year ago, aad believe that
lime will continue in a healthy con
dition. A writer in a leading magatine ha
made the prophecy that in 309 year
from now the world will know only
three languages English, Ruaeian
and Chinese. The English language
will be spoken all over North and
South America, in Australia, India,
Afrioa, New Zealand and tbe islands
of Australia, and the Pacific. The
Russian tongne will have conquered
all Europe except Great Britain and
all Asia exoept India. Chinese will
hold way over the rest of the world.
It 8va Ik CrampT CUIa.
8IAVI1W, V. We hsv a splendid sale
on Cbmbrlain's Cough Remedy, and our
customers corning from far and near, speak
ot it In the highest terms. Many bave said
tbat their children would have died of
croup if Chamberlain's Cough Remedy had
not been given. K.lm & OcaaaK. The
25 and SO cent sizes for sale by Dr. S. Ross.
mm vxmn www ee.. ww vemt.
P. T. Barnum once laid : "Tbe man
who can atick type, and the next
morning talk to a thouaand people
while I am talking to one ia tbe man
who help I want." There are at
present 21,955 newspaper and perodi-
cal published in tbe United Stales
and Canada, an increase of 730 over
the number published in 1896.
It ia aaid that ten freight traine ar
rive and depart from Portland over
the O. R. A N. daily, that is, ten trains
each way. These are laden princi
pally with wheat from tbe inland em
pire, and present tbe picture of a few
year ago when there waa almost
constant atream of wheat pouring iaio
Portland from eaat of the mountain.
Every car load bring many dollar of
British gold into Oregon.
"My boy came home from cchool
one day with hi band badly lacerated
and bleeding, and suffered great pain,"
ssys Mr. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros.'
Drug Co., St. Louie, Mo. "I dressed
the wound, and applied Chamberlain's
Pain Balm freely. All pain ceased,
and in a remarkably short time healed
witnout leaving a scar. For wounds,
sprains, swellings and rheumatism I
know of no medicine or prescription
equal to it. I consider it a household
aeoessity." The 25 and 50 cent eiiei
tor sale by Dr. Edwin Rose.
Home time ago a new organ was
purchased foi the Union Sunday cchool
and also for the use of the public
school at Houlton. All th payment
were not made on the Instrument at
the lime of purchase, so now the good
ladies of that village bave taken it
upon tbemselvea lo raiae the , remain
der due on the organ and for tbat
purpose will give ao entertainment at
tbat place next Tuesday evening, at
which time a splendid literary pro
gramme ia promised. An ' admission
fee of 10 cent will be charged at tbe
door, and within oysters will be served
at ZD eenta for two plate. Th cause
i a worthy oa and we trust tbe ef
fort of the ladiea will be handsomely
FAMOUS Clothing House
COR. MORRISON AND 2ND. STRS., PORTLAND, OR.
W 12. OSOWN.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I. THE
undersigned administrator of the estate of
Charles Isaksen, deceased, hsve riled In th
office ol the Clerk of the County Court ol the
Mate of Oregon, In and for Columbia County,
my 8nal account and petition for final distribu
tion of the residue, In Iha matter of said estate;
that the Hon. i. B. Doan. Judra of said Court,
has appointed Tuesday, the 2nd day of Novem
ber, tt7, at 10 o"clook A. M. of that day, as the
time, and the Court-room of said Court at tn
County Court-House, In tha City of Bt. Helens,
In said County and State, as the place for the
settlement of said account, and the hearing of
satd petition for distribution, at which tiros i and
Blace any person Interested may appear and file
1 objection. tneQjf RjgTI AN HOVEN,
Administrator of the Estate of Charles Isaksen,
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of Oregon, for
the County of Columbia. -i.
B. Foes, Plaintiff,
William Kuensler, Defendant
To William Kuensler, Defendant.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OP OREGON,
1 You are hereby required to appearand ans
wer the complaint flled against you In the above
entitled suit on or before the 8rsf day of the regu
lar term of this Court, which will begin the first
Tuesday after the scoond Monday In May, 1808;
and If you fall to answer, for wan thereof,
the plaintiff will taka Judgment and decree a.
prayed for in the complaint herein, declaring
the mortgages therein mentioned, both given
. n. . X- ... i.n..... laon nMh. Thomas
Mllle; to Defendant for 'the fb'y.and
low and 4, and one given by Stephen Miller to
Defendant for the 8B, both traota of land be
ing in section wj, - -rr-;
Willamette meridian, paid, and ordering the
same satisfied and released upon the records
lhSr.!'-..,. .i. I. nmil tn ao-
niriim with an order of th Hon. T A. Mc-
Brlde, Judge of said court, made the I2th day of
October, W87. . I T. BAR1N.
O2M10 Attorney for plainufr.
PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE
To the Honorable County Court of Columbia
WthVbkrsigned LEGAL VOTERS
- residing In Oak Point precinct, Columbia
County, Oregon, would respectfully pennon
vtiur Honorable Body, at Its neit regular term,
which will be held on Wednesday, November
rd,liMi7,atthe Court-Houae, in tbe City of St.
Helens, Columbia County, Oregon, that a li
cense be grantod to Neil O Hare to sell spiritu
ous, vinous ana man iiqnors id ie q
than one gallou, In OttkPolot precinct, and that
such license bo granted for a period of six
months, for all of which your petitioners wlU
M u Matners,
Jos Johnston. Louis Flnhrer.
Jos Powers, Carl Htookenoorg, wn,- ;
Black, chasTernnhan.O O Mayger.Portet Smith
Wm Blackford. C r Blomqutst. John Bryant, 8
Norgren, A P McOraw, W F. Slaughter, P N
Keruey, C Chunrhill, Chas Erlokson, R H King,
J Stockenberg, L 3 Mason, Simon Rasper, E An
derson, J W Turner, Win Roberts. Geo Haves,
. tu...A a Tatarn,. T. Ferri. P D Crandall,
i w u.fm'in Chss Black. J Anderson, Wm
Flnhrer, Thos Brady, P J McHtigh, P Johnsson.
Chaa Bloom. A Peterson, John Peterson. John
Anderson, J Jackson, Peter Unnson, H John
s!.n, Chos Holbom, Chas Mayger, R D Crandall,
J J Mahonev, C Johnson, Jaoies Johnson. Jno
Lund, P Hnieeon, M Oenny, Martin Heneeey,
i..r,,. Fitinalrlek. R D Allen, G A Auilcrson, F
i Tcrnahan, A Msdden, J Dowllng, O R"fe'i
C Heroid, A M McUraw. lo28
Ex-Congressman M. 0. George haa
been selected to fill the 'vacancy on
the bench of the criminal court lor
Multnomah county, caused by tbe
death of Judge Stepbene. Judge
George assumed bia judicial duties
last Saturday. Hie will be a abort
term unless re-elected, hia time expir
ing next July. Mr. George ie consid
ered one of tn aoie lawyer oi toe
The fact that the second month's
onaratlon under the Dingley act show
government revenue nearly $2,000 XX)
greater than those of th second month
of the Wilton act, ia an indication that
sara revenue producer tbe new law i
likely to exceed the expectation ot it
friends and to confound those of iu
enemiea wbo have attempted to make
capital out of (he deficiency lor Aug
ul and Boptemoer.
For eeverel yeare, inee carp were
introduced into onr water, anyhow,
there ha been growing an enormous
animosity toward thoae flab by onr
people, and specially the aporting ele
ment, from the fact tbat these fih
had eaten, and thn destroyed the
wapatoa which formerly grew in such
Quantities in our lake and flata, and
which offered such inducement to
duck and geese to remain during the
winter. Of late a new theory aae oeen
advanced in thie regard, and not an
impracticable one either, to tbe effect
tbat thie much despised member of
the finny femily are not altogether to
bhime for the disappearance of the
wapato, since thia vegetation ia again
makine It appearance in quantities
sufficient lo explode the theory that
it waa entirely destroyed by Ihe carp
We are told by responsible parties tbat
wapatoa are coming up in great quan
tities in many of the lake, and tbe
theory advanced aa to their long die
appearance ie that the flood of 94 car
ried o much sediment into tbe lakes
that this vat-elation was ao completely
and efTflotuallv covered ub that it haa
takan all tbi time to recover itself
and once more make it appearance,
Will Save You from $a.oo to
A $35 o" the Price of a Suit or
ill' flvpcrnfl t - aL ' Sa.
ALL WOOL ALL WOOL
LVess Suits $12.50 and 15.00
Boys' Suits $1.75, t.$o and
tip to $7.50.
JRE THE BEST
ALL SIZES, LOWEST PRICES
Cutlery, Cross-Cut Saws, Etc.
212 First St, Portland, Or.
In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for
In the Matter of th Estate ot Philander Harris,
en Incompetent person.
WHEREAS, W. J. MUCKLE, THE DULY
aoDOinted. Qualified and acting guardian
of the person and estate of rhilander Harris, an
incompetent person, naa nieo ms peuuouinwe
above entitled Court asking for a license or
authority to sell the following-described real
esute belonging to the estate of said Philander
Harris for the purpose of procuring means for
the maintenance of the said ward, namely the
Rut nn.half of tha Southwest ouarter of eeo-
tion 22, Township 7 North. Range 2 Wast of the
flow, lUOfDlViVi uiv umiu, vi amu
set for Monday, November 1st, 1897, at the hour
of 10 o'clock A. M., and the place la at th
County Court-Honse, In Bt- Helens, Oregon, at
which time and place all persons Interested In
said property and In said estate, or either of
them, are hereby notified and required to ap
pear and show cause, If any they have, why said
petition snoum uotoe gran tea ana uie sua isuu
be sold, and said notlse of this hearing to be
published for three eonsecutive wee as in me
vone at (inamoors wis una nay oi wpwmwit,
i. B. 1MJAK,
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I. THE
undersigned assignee of th estate of Dean
nlanfthftrfl. an Insolvent debtor, hava flled in
the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court of
the SUt of Oregon, for th County of Colom
bia, mi Bnal aoeonnt of my adminlstraUon
upon the estate of said Insolvent debtor, to
gether with my petiUon asking that I be per
mitted to resign my trust as such assignee, and
that th Hnn rircntt Court of said County and
State has appointed the 22nd day of November,
1(7, at 10 o'clock A. M., and the courtroom of
said Court. In HI. Helens, uoiumoiauouniy, up
gon, as tbe time and place tor the settlement of
IHUl account aau nuanug wiu iHuwn. wu.vu
time and place any person Interested may ap
pear ana contest vne sams. . nuin.
Assignee of th estate ot Dean Blanch ard, In
solvent debtor. oxbui
County Treasurer's Office,
Rt. Helens. Or.. Oct. 8. 1897
TVOTICKis hereby given that all unpaid
il County Warrant of said county,
a-hlnh hava been rt resented and endorsed
"Not Paid for Want of Funds," prior to
January 15, 1896. will be paid niton pre
sentation at this office. Interest will not be
allowed aftor this date.
K. If. WHARTON.
oAnS Treasurer ot Columbia County, Or.
County Treasurer's Office.
8t. Helens. Or- Oct. 28, 1897.
Notice is hereby given that all unpaid
Countv Warrants of said county, which
have been presented and endorsed "Not
11 for Want of Funds." ttrinr to March
1, 1895, will h paid upon presentation at
this office. Interest will not be allowed
tfter this date. K. M. WHARTON,
oa)n2G Treasurer of Columbia County, Or.
similating tbeloodflial Regula
ting thtSttoochs radBowels of
Tiess and Eestonfd!ti5 field
Opwrnjlorphliie nor Idattal.
rton. Sour S toiMch,Diarrhoa.
ogss aid LOSS OF SLEEB
fteSiniib Sigtintur of
Harris' Cash Grocery.
Mr. Knowle w, for many year, proprietor of tbe St. Charles
hotel, end while there established a reputation a a hotel man.
He is now in a better position to entertain hi friend than ever
before, and will welcome all hia old patron to his new place of
busineas, where can be fonnd an up-to-date hotel.
Dr. E. Ross
ST. HELENS, OREGON
Constantly Keeps in Stock a Complete Line of
DRUGS, TOILET t ARTICLES
An UnusuaDy well-elected Stock of Writing TableU, Pen, Pen
cil, and the Best Ink on the Market,
A FINE LINE OF FANCY STATIONERY
Finest Perfumes and 8oapa.......
., -Patent Medicines
A. B. BLAKKSLKY, Proprietor.
Board by Day, Week or Month
AT RKASONABUl BATES.
Tbe table la supplied with the best the market
affords. Kvwrthlng elean. A soar, oi jr-ir
ronanlssolietted. ST. ESLKN8. CT2G0H
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