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OREGON MIST. UnitcdStatcs and County Official Paper. 8UDSCRIPTIOH rlt YEAR II .80, i,-!v?!i"in mdo known upon apolloa- -T ' ' ' - AVIS URO'8., t : Editors. St. Helens, Anjfiiat 4, 1800, Cqnoukss lias been culled to con Vena next Monday for the purpose of funding such law as will relieve the country, jf possible, of the financial whirlKHl iu which worejuatuow struggling i consequence of the pbungn of tint administration and the vonaequent expected tampering with the tariff by tho freo-tritde party now in the ascendancy. A large number of demagogue and their natural allies, the democrat, are trying hard to place the blame of the present panic jit the door of the "money power" and free-silver agitation, and a larger nunv ber of misguided people are accepting such an. explanation of it, but the Whole cause of disturbance is the fact that the dominant party ia in posses pion of both the executive and legisla live branches of the government, tba ft went into office on a radical freo , trade platform which declared protec tion to be fraud and robbery and de manded tho absolute and uncondi tional repeal of the protective laws find the reinstatement of the obsolete find ruinous free-trade policy. As this party now has the power to carry pvt its policy the people naturally ex pect it to do so, and as no one ha any doubt as tp the effect of such legisla tion upon me country, me result is being anticipated by the closing of pulls and factories all over the coun rj, which institutions naturally ex pect to be forced into competition with the free-trade goods and pauper labor pf JSurope. Now, if the democratic party is the great fiiend and champion pf the people which it pretends to be. it wilt acknowledge it is wrong and assure the industries of America the protection so Tilal to their prosperity nd existence and without which it is impossible for our manufacturers to Operate their factories or give em ployment to onr people. This ia the sensible thing for the democrats to do and the one thing they can do to re- j (tore our industries to their normal condition and realize a return to the pld regime of qnparalled prosperity which the country enjoyed before the spectre of free-trade perched upon the dome of the natiojml ajitol. - dollars worth of property but who, if called upon to do so could not pay one thousand dollars without first realizing upon some of his properties. These facta are well understood by the con eervativebuienesa men of Portland who have gone quietly about their buisnesa, made their daily deposits and otherwise conducted themselves in such a man ner as not to jeopardise the buisuess iu tercets of their neighbors. The whole trouble has been caused by blatant ranting of a few demagogues and the ungrounded fears of a lot of shtoj wilted depositors. France has taken advantage of her defenseles neighbor in farther India and forced the king of Siam to accept an ultimatum by the terms of which be must pay sixty thousand dollars taxes and forty thous-and dollars indemnity in addition to which he will be obliged to ceihj to France a large district of immensely rich territory besides guar anteeing to the latter full satisfaction for various Siamese aggreasiousagaiuat French ships and French sailors on the Menam river. The conditions fur ther s tri palate the punishment of cut pi it and provision for pecuniary in demnity to the victims. The action of France in compelling the acceptance of so hard a bargain ia a disgrace to France and a tiavesly on justice. France has simply robbed Siam because she had the power to do'sosnd. not because she had any just claim upon her or any moral right to the indemnity she so unjustly Remands, ft is a case of "might makes right" and one in which honor and justice have been subordi nated to an insatiable desire for con quest aud dominion at the expense of the weak and defenseless. Siam, how ever.is fortunate to gel out the difficulty with no greater loss to herself than sh has already sustained. The greedy rivalry existing between England and France threatened to involve the whole kingdom and had it' not been for the promised assistance of neigh boring power it is highly probable that Siam would have become a victim to the avaricious cupidity of those nations Thkri are some important develop ments looked for in the near future, down about Bustard's "roost", Wondkk if Mr. Cleveland intends to stay by the platform adopted by the "Chicagy" convention, Superstitious folks tell ustobewar of the long-tailed star. There's trouble ahead, somewhere, i iv. Jl Thb time for reform is bore. Now let us see what the reformation will amount to. We are all ready to priut the repeal of the tariff law, Give us a chance Qrover, Another plank is soon expected in the platform of free trade. President Clcvulnu will convene cougress next Monday. OFFICIAL Kfcl'OKTS Of the Conntr Clerk and Treasurer Accepted by tbe Court, July 22, 1893. In tbe matter of the annual report of the county treasurer, .wow, on this day, this matter com iog ou regular to be heard, the follow ing report was received and approved by the court: County Trk as tree's Anncii State MEMT. 1891 ' Dr. July 4. To amount Inatiluta received irom retiring treasurer I lil w To amount oi special deposit irom retiring treasurer Tax Oreooxiait seemed ta think it immensely funny that the Columbia jsansr, oi ibis place, should close its doors a few hours last Friday while the attorney and cashier went to Portland to ascertain if possible the extent their house had been involved by tbe failure pi one oi me many sky banking in stitutions pf that town. Th Portland press would have the public believe ; that outside of that place there is not a institution worthy of being digni fied with the name of bank, and that tbe mushroom banking institutions of Portland are the only safe mediums of commercial transactions in the coun try. It also seems to have amused tbe Oregonian man because an explan- itory notice was posted upon tbe door pf the Columbia Bank. "The explor ing party" refered to by the Oregon ian was secondarily in Portland for the purpose of opening correspondence with another bank, but after an ex hausting search of six hours it failed to find solvent bank in the "metrop olis," and after securing cash from an other source the attorney returned to his bank and opened its doors. In view of recent developments it would look just as well in tbe Oregonian to atop slinging mad at country banks, nearly all of which are now solventnd Whose managers, though not gifted With tbe boasted "conservatism" of Portland bankers, have proven them selves to be careful business men and have not wrecked two or three counties and numerous individuals by the rot ten failures characteristic of the alleged tanking institutions of Portland. The actions of the riff-raff about Portland wbe have been making sense less runs on the banks of that place during the prevailing money string ency, remind one more pf a flock of . sheep than, the citizens of a metropoli tan nineteenth century city where peo ple are supposed to be enlightened and possessed of ordinary intelligence. A moment of cool deliberation would convince them that the banks were in no danger of bres king if they were let alone and given time realized upon sec urties and call in loans, and, moreover, it ought to be plain even to the blind ness of a Portlmid depositor that the owners and managers of the banks in that city are men, who, for the credit pf their reputation and fortunes cannot nflbrd to fail, snd who could not be forced into failure and bankruptcy even though the ready cash in their vaults was entirely exhausted fora time-by th senseless demands of panic-stricken depositors. The ' question of a bank's ability to staud a run is a Yery simple jmvppsitfou an J miy be likenod to a W nuu vims a jjuuotcu iOQti,au.U A sensational report is in circula tion to the effect that this county is involved to the extent of 11,000 by the failure of the Commercial National bank, of Portland. Such, however is not the case. The report of County Clerk Quick, which appears in another column shows that the total balance on band July 5th was only $2,240.83, and against which warrants to the amount of seven hundred hundred dol lars or more have been drawn, leaving a net balance of considerable less than two thousand dollars in the closed bank and as that institution intends to resnme business in a few days it is most probable the mouey will be ready even before it is wanted, without put ling the treasurer to the trouble of calling upon his bondsmen for assis tance. The law which requires the county treasurer to call In warrants for redemption when there is a treasury surplus of more than fifteen hundred dollar does not apply to this money, as the amouqt now on hand is com-? posed of several different fund which are not liable for redemption of county warrants. Although the Commercial National, in which the county money is deposited has closed its doors, it is not insolvent and will undoubtedly be ready to meet al its liabilities in a few days. 47 48 To auiouut of school fund re ceived Irom retiring treas urer 1,588 SI TO amount general fund re ceiled Irom retiring treas urer S.5W 7 To amount receirea irom .ner iff for delinquent taxes tor 1987 to IKill, fnidusive f,90S 13 To amount received from sher iff durini year, deliuaiient tu 1S91 71ft SO JuljJO. To county warrants returned ou account of insurance of Uiecouuty court tiouae 4110 Aus. 17. To amount received Irom slate troaaurerataiescbool fund.. 2,733 S3 oep. iv. fu ainouui received innn just Ice peace fouu on body of U. a. Mason 1 4S Sep. 34. To amount received from J. Weed, assessor, poll taxes. . . 74 00 Sep. 24. To amount received from E. K. Quick, trial (era 72 00 Nor. 13. To amount received from E. B. Quicli on account of teachers special and general certifi cates 10 00 im Feb. 11 To amount received on account oi costs in M. fietrea . . . 30 SO Feb. 11. To amount received on account of costs in Jno Mulliii case . Si SO Feb. 11. Toamount received ou account teacners public examination senem certlrcates fl Mar. 31. To amount received from E. E. yuica school district So. 41. defunct 23 Mar 17. To amount received from K. i uuick co -is in u. A. Wood and John Clnninpar M Sfl July 6, To amount received from eher- in taxes ol lbVJ to date 21.719 Julys. To amount received accouut of nneadunnir me vmar . . au July5 Toamount retailed trout li cense during tne year sn Total 1S93. Summons by Publication, tn the riRcrriT ootjrt ov the I State of Oregon, fur the County of Co mmute P. ft. Csusswait, Plaintiff, vs. Osoas Atm, 1 Willi I. AgtH, J. M. Caus, DefenJanU, AMD I Joum bACSl'S, J To Oscab Arm and Willis I. Asm. Defendants. in tba name or the State of Oregon, you nre hereby required ui appear and answer the complaint tiled asrnltist vou in the abov entitled suit, by the first day of the term of the above court, eomnieiieingou the first Tuesday alter the second Monday in October, lstu. and il vou Ml to so appear or answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff will atiplv to tlis court fur the relief de manded in said Complaint, namely: That he have judgment against the defendants, Oscar Akin aud Willie i. Akin, for the sum of ttUl.OO with ten per ceat. interest from the 4th dny of January, lWii, due on a promisor? note made bv them to the plaint iff, and $100 attorney's 'fees, and his costs and disbursements, including taxes paid by him on the southwest K of section 'M, township 6 north, ranjrt S west of the Will amette meridian, in aitid Columbia vouaty. stats of Oregon, and praying the foreclosure a and ueuvereu t of a mortgaK him bv said O on said lund. to secure the payment of suid executed Jscar Akin and Willie t. Akin note, and such other aud additional relief may to the court seem meet ami the nature of tins caie tuav rcuuire. 1 his st yle of tliis summons bv publication is in obedience to an order therefor bv Hon -i-k.. x u..ll.;.tA i...i...r h.b.uu ni..ill court auoTS uaineti , tinted jniv imii, ickm. ilXl.L SThWAKT. aug4sepl5 Attorney for MaintitT. Oregon State Normal School, MOISTMOUTII. OR. The Leading Normal School of the Northwest, Btrona Professional and Acadamlo Courses, snd well ortanlssd Model School for rreetlral oi teacners, nermai, Auvanc-en normal, nusineaa, nuns, aau r k'viwriuivn. Kiin for Publication. TamiI im a nrAiMii Cllv. Ormn. July 10, ISA VTOTICK Is hereby siren that tbe followlm i named settler has Sled notice ol his Intel lion U maks Una! proof In support of bis claim and that said nroof will lie made before th County Clerk of Columbia county, at SI Helens, ureson, on AiiRUkt i.vu, vis: JACOB ZKVI.N6I.EY, Homestead entry No. SAM. for the northwest of section it!, townshln S north, ranre i west. He names the following wltnest-es lo prove his continuous reaiaeuee upon anu t-tutivstion of aia lanu, vis: Homer I . llrown. (lotnlleh Anltcxer. snore u Jones aud EUsrarS A. Ciisiiman. all or iteuuen Oreson. J. T. ArrtKSt'.l, ItilutuU Eei-lster. Some "Good Buys' -FOB SALS BY- X). J". Switzer, ST. HkXENd, " - OREGON Thb hard times have struck tbe Northern PaciBc railroad, and that company is reducing operating ex penses to the minimum. All the sec tion hands on the Kalama extension have been discharged snd tbe section bosses have been made track walkers. The ballasting and construction train has been tied up, one brakenian drop ped frcm each of the passenger trains and the local freight train drawn off. Just where lightning will srike next is hard lo tell, but no surprise need ba expressed at anything which may oc cur hereafter for conditions are ripe lor panic and internecine financial convulsions. Apr. 30. Julys. Julys. July S. Julys. July 5. Julys. W0.W9 By amount of county warrants paid and returned to the county clerk during tke ycar.U7,SS By amount of school warrants paid and returned to the county clerk durfug year. . . . 10,839 M my amount paid school super intendent on account of in. I'iluta lund... 91 6 ty amount l a:a state treasur er, state taxes S.S51 (g iy smount on hand to pav county warrants called lit and not p.-eaeuted 25S 5; lo amount on hand school fund, apportioned 1,009 CS ao amount on nana school fund not apportioned tii 90 jo amount on rand liuiuute fund IMS! lo amount on hsnd special deposit 49 91 to amount on hand applicable to payment of county war rants 362 J H0.U9 M Total State of Obeook, ( County of Columbia, t 88 " I, E. M. Whaiton, do hereby certif that the foregoing is a true and correct statement of tbe amounts received. paid out and remaining iu the county treasury of said county for the year ending ou the 5th day of July. A. 1). 1893. Witness my band this 5ih day oi j uiy, a. v. ims. E. M. Wharton, County Treasurer. As a result of the Northwest Loan & Trust Company closing its doors last week the Columbia Bank of this place closed part of the dsy Friday, while the attorney went to Portland to open cor respondence with another bank. There has been do run on this bank and the late panic in Portland has developed no symptoms of uneasiness on the part depositors. JJr. Bice informs us of the affairs of the bank are ia condition and buisness is lively. good Thk President and Speaker Crisp are having a little fun over the orgini zation of committees in the next house. Wait until qrover grabs the quill and then you will see whether or no the "pen is mightier than the sword." July 22. 1393. In the matter of the annual report of the county clerk iu reference to the county treasurer's account. Now, on this day, this matter com tug ourooe neara. ine same waa re ceived and approved, as follows: County Clebic'b Annual Eepobt or account with the County Treas ubeh, from July 5, 1892, to July a, xotw, inclusive : MW. Conntr Treasurer Julys. To institute fund on hand.... To special deposits on hand.. To school fund on hand To general fund on hand to meet advertised orders To warrant returned for Insur ance on court house To state school fund appor tionment To money fonnd on body of M. B. Mason To J. Weed, assessor, poll tax. To trial fees to r. i. cleeton temporary and ffaoaral rartlSatBa ToE.lt. Quick teacbers'puiy Uc examination To school fund from district No. 41 To licenses To Uses To hoes and costs Dr. 141 SO 47 46 I.les 61 S.S93 78 4100 2,738 26 2 K 74 00 Tl 00 10 00 S00 23 05 Slaw E0.36S S4 .. mm Total.. ISM. Aus. li. .S40.139 54 Cr. By school superintendent in- Kiiiute iuna receipt f By county warrants paid 16,912 ao u fiy school warrants nafri By state treasurer's receipt for July 5, ihSi, Balance ou hand. 7"...... 21 00 11,313 73 9S6I 6S 2,240 S3 Total . . ' t4n ISO ka JulyS, 1S93, balance on hand... ........ I 2,210 83 . NOTICE. Notice Is herehr iriven that h Rnard nl uiusiiuuun win nufi at rc. iieipna. in th iuunuouse, August zs, isua, lor lap pur pose of equalizing; the assessment of I3. All claims for correction must he mails ha. lore vne Boara. . w. H. KYbtiK, County Assessor. fl" P R 0 ES jffPIIliBaking UiL Powder The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alain. Usetj in Millions t?f Homes Year the Standard, The son th west l of seciinti 32. ami the KOotlieat W of the outhes-.t ti of section 31, and weat i of th southwest of sec tfnn .il. iownlil 7 north, raiiint l west. acres, $7.50 per ai-re. . The southeast W of I lie aoilllica-it W of section ;vi, township north, rang 2 west. 40 acres at So per ao. The northwest H 61 aecti'in fl. towiishin norm, ranire we-.t, coiiiainina iw scrsM, f iu per acre. 185 acres in section S, township T north ranee 2 west. A one and one bnlf storv bouse, 16x23; barn. lsi;!0, with sheds; 16 acres cleared, 100 In pasture, 1 ncre of prunes, bearing, otlivr fruits, cuts 30 tons of hay. frtce fifiQO. Terms ray. 1(10 arrea of land, house and ham, IA acre cleared snd fi-nnetl, some fruit frees bcariu. I'n.-e 110 per acre. Ternu easy Terms One-third eib, halan secured by mortgage at 8 r cent interest. Astoria Marble Works. 4s. .... .is MaXUFACTURSa OF Marble and Granite WORK. All Kinds of Cemetery Work. FOOT OF OI.3TEY STREET, ASTORIA, s i t : OREGON. ST. HELENS HOTEL. J, George,- Proprietor. Tables always supplied wlih the best edibles and delicacies the market affords. TERMS REASONABLE FOR REGULAR BOARDERS. Having been newly refurnished, we are prepared to give satisfaction t all onr patrons, and solicit a sliars of your patronage. lleaull I'l. Uh,bI I... M,tl.iv,l a alnMil w BNiWI k ear, reachlas enrollment ol ever 400, the Israel iu lis m.iorv. new members to the faculty, sew apparatus supplied, ana in oours nt siuiiy ran sin aim Train uc fill and healthful loeallon, l.lahl Sspense, no Malooua. durlns the past year, reachlas enrollment of ever 400, the lanes have Imwii aildad tA the faculty, aaw aDoaratua sunnlied. and the streiietheued. The sraduales are In demand lo fill S'KmI poaltlgns. Thedlplema nlllles the have been adds streliethaued. ' holder lo leach Im any County Iu the State without farther esauilnattona. Tuition. Normal S'JA tier term of 10 weeks; Sub-Normal 16 00 per term of 1Q weels: uuaiuasa e.w per term. Hoard al Normal D Dins Hall II. 7J per-we. Kooms from so eu 1 11 furnished, Hoard and lode lus in prl lousinjr ami noon less man sihi per year. lrI and lodelue in orlvate fanilllea M. ess than IliU per year, t on.srvatory of M nar-weea Sti te 14.00 per-week. usie, i unfuralshwl to 11 on and ner-week. Tuition, beard. Thorousli Courses are ottered In v,w.l Atxit Instriimanlal Uusla. Tuition. BIO nar.serm or ao leaaous. Monmouth Is aasllv mam Ihle from all parts of the state, twelve miles front the state Capital, Silly miles lieuth of Portland Cawlosues eheerlully seul ou appiloadoa. Address r. U Cam; bell Pres. or S, Hhedd Secy, of racnltv. Don tFoo I m If yourself or friends wish to be cured of Liquor, Opium, Morphine, Choral, Co caine or Tobacco habts, seek only the gen uine Keeley Treatment, which is the only safe, reliable and permanent cure in exist ence. Genuine Kccley Institutes, with most favorable surroundings, at Forest Grove and Rosebnrg, Or. KacWrite for particulars. Correspond ence confidential. " BIRDS OF A FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER." This is tho reason why The St. Charles Hotel, O. W. KNOW LES, Proprietor, Has such large patronage by the business men of tlie State If you want to moot a frit-nd you will always find hint al Tho St. Charlee. SHERIFF'S SALE. ss, STATE OF 0RTW10N. I (loiiiilv nf tlnltiiiilila.l BY VrilTCB OF AN KXK0UTI0 and order of sals Issued out of the Circuit Court, of the Ststs of Ores;ri for tits County of t'olmnhis, to ins directed, la, favor of Koster A Itoboitson, and Malnst Chas, Uoninisand Mrs, 0. (loninie, for the sum of ( tlOH.ftJ) dollars Judnuient, with In. lerest at the rate of 10 per oentiim per am nitm, from the lhlh day of March, 1H1M, sud the fin tlier sum of (-lt.tn)tli)llars costs ami aticrnliiK costs, ooairuainllns; nie to make sale of Uis followitisj-ileaorlosd real property, lo-wtti Ixit eleven (II,) In Llouk eight (A,) In the oriulnal town af flryantv villi), now known aa(latskaiilii, In Uolintibla county, stats of Oi-pkoii, tKellier with Uis tenements, hereditament and apputlo- T)Y V 15 bsu mats of ss. appertaining;, all belli; situated in Columbia oouiity, sists of Oregns. I duly levied upon sslil iirvmlses on ths 3rd day of July, lHR'l. Now In ptirsuaiios of said eiecullon, I will on the alih dny of Auiiust. IHtiS, al the hour of 10 o'clock A. M, of said day, at ths courthouse iloor, iu said county and slats, sell at public auction all Uis rift-lit, title, claim and Interest to and to ths above described rial property of the said t'faas, titiimu and Mrs. 0. liomme, to ths highest bidder therefor for cash, to satisfy saloVsxs outiou, Intorest snd costs, t. A. MA8PIB, JulMsugM Sheriff of Columbia county, Or, SUERIFFS SAL 8TATE Of 0RF.CI0N. I County of (.oltimbla.f VI It 1 1' hi Or" AN KXR0UTI0N. ued out of the Circuit Court of the Oreiton for ths County of Coluin. bla, In favor of W. 11. Mover and Jn a Maynard for the sum of I7. with Interest theroon since ihe lsth day of Mureh, lu:i, at the ralo of Hper rent per aniiuni. and for the ousts and ententes of said writ and of said sale, said wilt was directed and delivered to tun as HherllT of lluluuihla County OrcKoii. commanding nie to uiake ins atiuve-naiuoa sums out ol ths priiperty of ths said defendant John May nard. and for want of iiersuual uriinxrtv'f didou ths Ti of July, Mil, levy on sit of the Interest of ths said dolcn.lant, John Maynarii, in snd to lite follow. lug dcs. i-rllK-d rest property lo-wll: IxiU U and 4 (two and four) section fifteen township sis north, raiina live west, and J.ete 6, 0. 7, N aud the aoutlu-asl U of Mtuthewt U of section seventeen, township ill north, ramie Itvs weal, of snd In the Count v of Colunihls, bttitr uf Urrgon. Now, there- tore by virtue sud In l uraiisnce of said execution, I wilt, on Wednesday, the HOtlt day of Atiifuat Ii3. at the hour of ID o'clock In the forenoon nf aald dav at the door of ths Court House InNl. Jlelms, til said county and state, sell for ca-h as puhlle Miction lo tho hlphrat bidder, there for all of Ilia riclil. lifts and Intaiest nf aid dctendiint Jiihn Mnynard, in and to the above ilccrlhed real estate. I satl-.fr said eitHiit on and the i-oms and rxpensea nf sale, Huld sale Is made subject to rv demotion as per statute of Oreiton. ti. a. MAoMr;, Sherlfr of Columbia County. Oregon. Do Ion Dri? fflD0S' OF COURSE YOU DO. - 0 OTTCK BEING THE CAKE. It behooves J yu to find tlis most de-irable tUaoe to purcnase vour - utvigorator. XJTAfl JDJHLJ.lUUssll Keeps constantly ou hitnd tlie famous uban Blossom Cigars. MigirACTfllERg or IJnuors and of fort- c Tbo finest line of Wines Cigars to be found this side ina. aiiu u you who to engage in s xsme of 00L OR BILLIARDS, They csn asure you that they have the best table in town. Kverytlilug new and neatj and your paarousge is reapectfuily "THE BANQUET" tit. Helens, Oregon. EARN TELEGRAPHY! IV" a- Success Sure. Address J. C. 8KYMOERRK. Oresoulan Bids. I'OHTLANC, OREGON. Rongh an Dr,ss2d Lumber. -ngal.KUS IN- Dry Goods, Groceries, Hay, Flour and Feed. St. Helens, . Oregon. SIIEIUFF'S BA.LE. KTATE Of ORKtlOS, I t oiiiitv of t;uimhis,i BY V I It'll' K OK AN KXKWriO!. AN order of sale Issued out of the Circuit rourt nf th Htate uf Oregon , for tbe coun fy nf C.-liiinliis, to me dirsa-ted , In fuvor uf li. Z. Ilrr and O Hani i n., and against Mag. gie t'uniuiina and l W. Cuiiiml-'", et el., for the mi of '$HtfA) dollars judgmrni, with lulertist at Ihe rU of per criitiiui Per Slnillill font the 1st day nf June. lieu. and the further sum of (S.1.IS) dollars coats and sci miiig costs, rniuniandlng nie tu make sals of the foilowlng-dem-rilicd real lolrtv, too It : llltv ks SA Aland it. in Ilia Second Addition lo Vernonla. lots I and li. in oioca i,i, (-. n. I Adililton to Vernonla, lots I and li, In b'm-k g, des-ond Addition 10 Vi riionia. luie 7 and . in hloi k IA. Klrat Addition to Vrrnnn a. lot 7. Iilnek 14. Ktrat Adill'l m to Vernonla. and Int. T. (i. in II and I.'. Iu blot k l.i. In ths Klrwt Addltl n In erniiiitn. Iu t oluiuMa coiinlv. ala e isf Oresjon. logs her wlih Ihe tenements. Iier ediiameiil. and afipurti names thereunto h-longiugor in anvwise aiperiaining, all tielng .iiu-it -d In Cu'umlil.i oouiitv, alale of Oregnii. I duly Irvled iitu said' premise on the t day of June, . Now. lit pursi siice of sal I eiecuilun. 1 will, on the .Hat day of Auyusl, Imui, si lbs huur of ID n i-loi-k A. M.ol said iiay.at loecouribiiHse to-ir in sals' county und atnie. acll st public SiK-tloD all th rilit. title, i-laliu and Intrr- el in and to ihs ah ive-dca, rltH-d ri al ttri.i . riyol the said Msgslit Cinnnilns and I'. W. Cumuiliia, lo the hicheit bldik-r there, for for ca.h. lo i-a.ldv said etrrmh.n. lutur. est and costs. O. A. MArWIK. aunlsepl Klii riff of Columbia roiiuty, Or. Model Saloon. I. TAPIWOOD, rre.'r. 8T. HELENS, . . . OAEG0N Natlce is (retlltstr. N'TICK Is hereby riven liv ths undaraUn. ed, O, t). Utinnltig, adiulnl-tratnrof the late of Michael Ht. raid, decsnsed, to the creditors of, and to all persons having claims aciinst, said dneead. In txhllnt Iliem. with lbs nroeaaarv enuehera. and certilied aa by luw reoulred. williln six month, from the dsts of the first publics, lion of this notice, to aald ailnilniatratar. al the i.itlce of bis attorneys, rooms 30 ami -tl. McKay bulldlnc. corner of Third ami Mtsrk strcrla, in Ihe cliy of I'ortland. county of Multnomah, stale of Oregon, the same bing th plar-e where the business of said estate is trsnsncted. O, l IM S- ma, ndminlstrstor of th estate of Michael rtirgera'd, deceased. Dated June at). Isltfl, ST. HELENS OREGON. T01E1ST A.1D F1SILI HKADOL'AETERS New York Eestaurant, Andersox a Bbaiey, Proprietors. Ne. Itt rirst Street, PORTLAND, - - OREGON fcNutt Bro's, The Leading Merchants Vernoniaand Cornelius Write to Cornelius for Stage Dates. Supplies for Camper? and Fish ermen Vernonla and Coruliiw. Or, Hart & Sweetland, Proprietor St. Helens Meat Market Fresh snd Raited Meats, Sausage, Fish sua vegetables. II eats by wholesale at special rstes. Kxpres wsgon run to all parts of town auu t-narges reasonuoie. H. YARWIG & SON, WIIOLSSSLS AtB SSTAII, 231 FKONT STREET, PORTLAND - OREGON, Liquor Dealers J. H. DECKER, TonSorial Artist. The old And reliable barber has his razors jast as sharp as can be found, and will shave you comfortably and quickly foi only fifteen cents. Give Him a Call at the Old Stand. ST. HELENS OREGON. Choice Wines, tors and Cigars. Beer 5 Cts Billard and Pool Fabl &r (ha Peeomraodaiion of Patroni CALL AROUND. DR. Wffl. GRISWOLD DENTISTRY. OFFICE ATTHE DRUG STORE, ST. IIFLEN3, s : OREQON JAMES F. BRADDOGE, iv i - -rf I BLACKSMITH WORK In all its Branches. REPAiMC v WOOD ? WCRl Prices are very reasonable and all work (uai;antel, JIOULTOJf, v 0HEQON, Aeelf tee Neilce. In Ihemntterof the assist, ment of Jamsi F. Fisk ami itobert Johnson, oo-psrtnera, as "Flk A Jolinsun," liisnlveiil debtors. Ti.e unrlersijrnsrl, liavlns; been duly ap pointed asaifioeo of th estate of tit above named Insolvent debtors antler and by vir tue of an art ol lb lefflslativ seeembly Of the slate of Oregon, sntilleit ' An set to ae ciire to irditora a Jnst division of lb estate p( dptilora, who convey to assignee for the benefit of rredtiors," apiirovoil October I. 1H78, and tbssmendineiils thereto approved February ti, IXM, all persons bavins claims Sftainnt said estate are hereby noilHed to present the same to pie, st niy lilac of res Idenie, at Cluisksitle, Columbia county, Oreann, duly verified as by law required, within three months from the date hereof. NOUM AN MKKBILU .-..., . Assignee, tte. St. Helens. OrcRoii, July 2ri, !. aula Neile rinsil netiletsseat. NOTICE is hereby (liven that I. th on. derslsned administrator of h e.ti UcorKe Allsbouss, dereaaed, have filed Willi th Comity Clark of Columbia County, btat of OieKon, my final account together with my petition Tor distribution of ihe residue of said estate reinalnlc litis, k.iui. and that ths Hon. Dean lllandiard. Judce of th County Court of said Couoty and oiaw nas a iiiointed Monday, tba 7th day of AllEU.t. ItM. at IA o'nl.u k A U n day and the Court roots of ssid Court as the time and place for hearing and settllnf said account, and petition for dlstrlbm!tn, when and where any nerann Intereatarf PJJ? X ""1 ,,lH ohK'ntlons thereto W. 8. NUNN, administrator of tlitte of George Allahouse deceased. i'aiea June W, 18U3 Nolle for publication, Und OOlr st Oregon JHy, Ores , NOTICE Is hereby given that the following, named sail i ha. Aim .....i A. , , in ?imn!?ik,i S"1 Pri'' """on M01. R S. h ...7. 5.L. .T V. . Poi will oI.in,niSI'.'r '' and ReceWer.at spSunrth'. ransT.-rwwt. "", Hh names tlis following witness tenrov 5rsaM".n4?vTMw,C UV and"ult?vaU Imuran Hnskplr nf ak.... . JUlsautS J.T. APPKRHONK-a-tat... AtjisUS(&arr, AtU. KOTfCM I. k..k. tmi 1. . L .. . InihlutVaTo, oT'th. t said deceased, to eihlblt tiiea with tbe Yh. ii 7 yo"f wl,hln Mx months siuir th first publication ol this notice, to the In the city of i'ortland, state of Oregon, la . ALBERT JOHNHOM, Administrator pf th sstat oYobaris) . Thsfoda, decessed. PstedJaly X.