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OREGON MIST, 1SSVBB EVEHT fRlDAY MORNING BEEGLE 4 DAVIS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. SubecrlpUoa Rata. On eopy ona year la tdUM., Dim copy alx moulbi. ..II M 7t single copy...... Adrertialnt rates made known upon application COLOMBIA COUNTY DIRECTORY. Cearatr Offleore Judce...,. Dean Blancoard. Rainier Clark Judaon Weari, varnonla Bhanir Trsaaurer Sup, of School Anna or Mtirvavor . . . . .. .Chaa. F. Doan. Rainier a. M. wnarton Columbia uty ........ .J. O. Walla, Scappooaa Martin White, dutncy w. n. Maaarra, uaiana i P. A. Frakae, Scappooae Commlaalonara j . . g 0 8choonoar, Varnouin ciatr HwSleeo. tasolfte. flt Ralana Lodfa, No. W Rairnlar eomiauaioattona nrat ann intra Maiuraav in auk month at T :M P. a. al Naaonlo hall. Visit ln numbers In food steading invited to at Una. Xiaomc.-Rilnlar Lodee, No. t4 Stated (BMtlniri Saturday on or belor aach lull moon at 7 Mr. a. at Masonic hall, orer Blanohard't tor. Vlaltloi mambara In food ataadlncla- vitea to auaaa. Odd FiLtowa St Halms lodxe No. 117 Meets every Saturday nlsht at 7 SO. Tranalant brethren la good standing cordially turned to Kittears o PTTBIAa. Aron lode No. tt, aaeeta arerv TuaadaT erenlne at 7:10 o'clock. In Odd Feliowa ball, St. Helena, Oregon. Tran sient brethren Invited to attend. Eirtoam or Pttbias. Rainier lodge tro. 5a, meets every Saturday cTening at 7:80 oclocs lu their hall, over Drtta' store. Tranalant breth ren oordlallj invited to attend. Juaioa Omnia CwrTmo AiriaiCA HecBAir ice, Colamhta Council No. 10. Meeta In Odd Feliowa' hall, 8t Helena, every Thnraday even ing at 7:U o'clock. Visiting brethren in good standing, wviiea to aneaa. OaDaa or Iimu Btab. Wipe Chapter meeta every eeoona ana loann eeiuraay ate P. M., la Haaonie hall, St. Helena, Oregon. A wtloome guen to vlaiting members. T. HELENS, OBECON, FEB. IS. A caucus is not binding when tboae entering it agree that it shall not be binding. The caucus managers at Salem promised those entering it that U would simply be an informal ballot, no) not binding. Under no other cir cumstances could they get caacut together. Tub first of March will soon be here, the time set to begin work on the As toria railroad. Considerable specula tion is indulged in just now as to whether or not operations will begin at that time. The projectors gave their word to that effect and it only remains to see whether it will be kept. ZBiViii to desperation over the sen atorial outlook "the Oregooian finds consolation ht' prating over Governor Lord's misfortune in being hard of hearing. Such an attack could hardly help Mr. Dolph's cause, and certainly receives its just condemnation by the readers of that paper. Tuis was all brought about because some one saw fit to vote for Governor Loid for United Slates senator. Such guerrilla warfare to force a man upon the peo ple they do not want should not, will not, succeed. While much is being said about finance, free coinage, Nicaragua canal, and many other issues which it is thought might relieve the depression at this time, it mn( not be forgotten that the tariff protection to Ameri can industries-! the one thing which could bring relief. The enactment of the Wilson tariff law is, in the main, responsible for the necessity to issue bonds. Whatever side issues may be nrgef, the remedy yet remains in trie protective system, which is the only road to prosperity this country ever knew. . This is a country where people' are apposed to think for themselves; have opinions of their own and freely ex press them. So it is with the news papers. A paper Which has no opin ion of its own is not worth reading. The constitution under which we live gives to all the right to independsnt thought and action , but too many act only upon the word of mouth from others. It is the privilege of every American citizen to form ail opinion, and it he desires, to express it upon all matters of publio import, whether in accord with the majority or minority. In a private letter from Missouri we are informed that the winter there has been the most severe for many years. Eggs freese and burst open in the house with a reasonably good fire burning iu (he same room. Terrific snowstorms have been frequeot, and in most instances accompanied by high winds, causing the "beautiful" to drift almost mountains high in places. The letter also stated that we of Ore gon do not know what bard times sre . as compared with that part of the country. Butter was selling for 15 cents per pound and etgs 12 cents per doien. This price can only be ob tained in trader which practically makes farm products there the medium of exchange or a legal tender; so to peak. Truly, while our people com plain bitterly of hard times (and tbey really seem so), we are not to be com pared with the East. If We do not bave much money, neither do we have the deep snow, the occasional blizzardj or the cold, biting winds, with the thermometer 80 degrees below spio. Oregon is the place to escape all tboc Hiipleasantrieai SiNATOS SMITH'S BILL Senator Smith, of Clatsop county, has a bill now pending. before the leg islature which proposes to cut off a atrip three miles wide somas the entire west end of Columbia and attach it to Clatsop oounty. The litnd comprising this strip is nearly all deeded and from which the oounty receives a revenue. It takes in the Fiahbawk neighbor hood on Nehaloiu and the Columbia bottoms between Manhlaud and West port, comprising, altogether, territory three miles wide and twenty-five miles long, or seventy-five square miles, moat of which is very valuable land. Ou what ground it is proposed to segregate Columbia of this amownt of property is a mystery , to Ml except perhaps to those directly interested in i be scheme. We are not aware of any petition evor having, been presented by the people in the above-named dis trict asking to be set over into Clat sop count, and it such has been done it has been kept very quiet. The in troduction of such a measure is indeed a surprise to the people of this end of the county. The proposed change in the boundaries would take away from Columbia county about $100,000 of the assessed valuation of the county and to that extent would increase the har dens of taxation , to the property yet remaining intact. Our representatives in the legislators) should see to it that the bill is defeated.' , MAJ0SITT SHOULD BULL Thar is a great deal being said about the majority ruling, with special reference to the republicans in the legislature and their connection with the senatorial contest. The statement is correct. , The majority should rule. But the majority, in the language of the constitution, does not mean that a majority of the majority should rule. It means just what it says, that a ma jority of the people should rale. There are 90 members of the legislature, and Mr. Dolph is supported by 43 of them. Forty-two not being a majority of 90 it is proof positive that a majority of the people of the state are opposed to his re-election, and the members Of that august body who have had the courage of their convictions in oppos ing the re-election of Mr. Dolph bave the sweet satisfaction of knowing thvy are on the side of the people.- A majority of a party has the right, or it haa been the custom for them, to shape the policy of the party and make rules aud precedents by which the party may be governed. But a United States senator ia not elected to serve any partictffar party. He i elected to serve the state : the whole people of the state, if you please. H is elected by the representatives of ibe whole people, com posed of all parlies, to make laws under which aft parlies are to be governednd it is their privil edge indeed their duly to lend their voice aud vote to elect a man who has, in their judgement, tbu interests of the state at heart. It is asserted by some of Dolph's supporters that the opposition nas been using money with which to bring new recruits into their ranks. The question now arises, Where did they get the money J Did they get it from the corporations which Mr. Dolph so persistently serves; did they get it from the banks, for whose interest the senator ia ever on the alert ; did tbey get it from the poor people of the state who are clamoring for bread and suf ficient clothing to keep them warm ; or, last of all, did tbey get money from the people of Portland, who, tired of being ground down by a political ma chine which ia second only to that of Tammany in New York, have con tribated it to defeat one of their rest denlsT Tne statement needs no con tradiction. The opposition has not used money ; bad none to me, and do not need to use it if they bad. The fact of the whole matter is the opposition to Senator Dolph in the legislature are principally young men who bave not heretofore taken a very prominent part in politics, not schooled in machine methods, and consequently are trying to carry out the wishes of the people with whose suffrages they have been entrusted. To wrest the state from Portland's political machine Would be the crown ing act of the present legislature. In deed the majority should rule. THE stale of Washington is in favor of silver. The house, by a vote of 64 to G, passed the memorial gress favoring the coinage American product of silver at to con of the a ratio of 16 to 1. Quadrant Land Case Appealed. PoBTLABD, Feb. 9. The United States at torney bas received a number of letter. from tbe settlers on the lands involved in the "quadrant" case, Inquiring whatrourse the government intends to tiike in regard to the decision of the court of appeals In favdr of the railroad company. Mr. Mur phy says be is preparing to appeal tbe case to the sup-eme court of tbe United Stales, and will have tbe necessary papers pre pared as soon at possible. The government having proclaimed the lands public lamia andoin to settlement, and having sold the lands and given patents to them in many eases, la bound to stand by these pur chasers, and it is considered quite certain by tbe federal authorities that the United States supreme court will render a decision In fsvor of the government. If the con ..inMi..nn. -... , , , ri""'"" "'ietoismnri, - bave to return the money taken from the j Very respectfully your, settlersi ' J. A. Fassiqcb. ha Vote for Senator. " Salem, Or., Fab. H.-The vote for United 8lates senator tor the past week shows the following result:1 CAMDtSaTsW. Dolph..... , Low.ll Hare Williams... Weatherlord Lord Absent Al 71 One Thousand and One Inisane. Salem, Feb. 8.-W. Dougherty, of Clack amas county; Susan LiltlrlieUI, ot Coos; A. 11. Peak, of Btnton.aui' Delphlne Clark, of Portland, were received at the tnaan asylum today. Tbs total number now In that institution Is lOol. This Is tbs Orst time ia the history of the asylum that num ber ha been reached. POINTED ANt PKRTINBNT. Senator Hill's friendship for the adminis tration Is not of the Uamou and Pythias kind. Wbeu Montana sent her Mantis to the senate the democratic majority was snugly covered up. When Dick Croker goes to England Wale sey would better not try to catch him with marked cards. It Rear Admiral Walker is an "I-told- you-eo" sort of a fellow he ought to be su premely happy. The question of a settlement with the Pacific railroads will also be left for tbs re publican congress to tattle. Mr. Cleveland might save lots of trouble by lust getting a representative ot the Rolbsohilds for his secretary of the treasury, A cerebrated French physician has do nated a cabinet of brains to a medical mu seum. The United States needs a cabinet of brains very much. Professional rat-kilters had to be called hi to rid the pension office, at Washington, of rata. The office hat other vermin a till more difficult to eradicate. What s in a narasT The formers of the plate-glust trust say they are only "adajit ing the piate-glase industry to the condi tions of the new tariff law.' Why should the administration waste its time trying to mediate between foreign na tions, when it has the warring elements of congress right under its nose? . A "silver tongue" doesn't appear to be very valuable to a public, man these days. Certainly that possessed by Bully Breckuv ridge of the bouse, has not been. There is a growing suspicion that the country could survive the retirement of Attorney-General Olney, but there are no indications of it being put to the test. Ex-Governor Hoirg, of Texas, denies bl reported intention to start for the senate via the newspaper route. He knows there are bleaching bones on every mile of that road. The president of France resigned because he thought the National Assembly did not bave confidence in him. and three of his predecessors did likewise. The president of the United States doesn't resign for a little thing like that. COMMUNICATED. Clatskabis, Oregon. Editob or Oasooa Mist. Dsas Bib: Having noticed an article in Tate Mist of January 18 in regard to tbe school board of Ciatskanie, (district Mn. 5) Columbia county, iu which it seems to me that the corres pondent of Ten Mfstb intentionally very misleading or not al ail posted ou the "One ab -orbing topic," as he terms it. He says; "It seems that Prof. Hawea, who was absent during tbe holidays, failed to get word of tbe change made and the re tirement of tbe principal at tbe close of the four months, and returning on Sunday evening found that bis situation bad van ished, and he was 'not expected lo resume school work. Now, then. I wish to state right here, in order to do In- ttce to Prof.- Hawea, an es teemed and highly respected gentleman and unquestionably competent in bis profession as a teacher, that it is a positive fact that there was an understanding and agreement between Prof. Hawes and one of tbe board (tbe chairman I think) that be (Prof. Hawes) was lo resume school again on Jan uary 7, 1896: but it seems that the steamer Messenger had scarcely got out of sight when this same school board commenced proceedings against Prof. Hawea to oust bim of bis position as principal that would not be coveted by any school board of gooa principles endeavoring to do justice to both school district, pupils, and the teachers. Tbe correspondent further says. If is (tbe principals) return seemed to frighten the ladies who bad been employed to con tinue the school for an additional two months and tbey promptly sent in their resignation." How funny I On again Mr. Correspond ent. It scents after taking in the situation. and only consldeiing tne misrepresenta tions ot tbe said school board, the two ladies (Misses Abbey Bryant and Fannie Hums) very respectfully resigned, tor wnieu thev are deserving of areat credit, showinr to Uie public that tbey would prefer doing Business in an nonest ana legitimate way, instead of tbe underhanded manner under taken by tbe school board. , Ladies, this is very commendable, indeed. He further stales that sundry reports maue to rroi. Hawea aroused tin ire, etc. Off acain Mr. Correspond ot. To this will reply by making the statement that I'rof. Huwes simply gave tbe transaction due consideration, and upon meeiiog the said chairman, wnose sarcastic ana accep tive manner provoked him beyond control, tbe a-sault mentioned resulted in a good shakedown no blood; but the said chair man was so badly frightened that it Is said he crawled through a very small bole and took refuge in Jack Campbell's back kitchen. Again your correspondent further atutes "A few friends of the professor circulated a iietitlon asking for his reinstatement to teach our additional two months, to begin VI . w.l U. 14,1. " 'CI. ,H 1 ..II -w ....... and was done in compliance With a verba! request of the board to get an expression of tne people wnicn resuitea in sixty signa tures of patrons and citiaens, and M pupils (primary included, as ihey were in favor of m iss Bryant continuing as assistant to rroi. Hawes r, but it seems it was simply ignored bv the board. However your correspond ent says the petition met with no fsvor from tne i-chool board ("Consistency thou art a Jewell ") who felt justified in taking the action tbi-y had taken. There achieve ments are nut at all commended by nine teutbs of the honest and intelligent citizens of Ciatskanie and district No. 4. Furthermore, in conclusion, your corres apondenl say : "It is rumored that tbe members oi the school board intend to re flfin and relieve themselves of Ibe attempt to please the public in school niHtters.'1 Such a step would have been commendable, indeed, if carried out, but attain we think your curresiondeut mistaken in this state, ment. it looks as thouteb the school board were verv tenacious to the situation they now hold, for thev are undoubtedly aware that this is the lat public office they will ever hold where they are known, as they have thoroughly demonstrated in their manner of transacting business and their incompetency of pleasing tbe public in OREGON'S LEGISLATURE. BILLS PASSED BY THg SINATB. Huston's bill to exemot homesteads from execution to the value ot 1 1000 was read third time and passed. Tbe Portland charter bill passed, only four voting against it. Ratey Appropriating f 140,000 for s brunoh Insane asylum In Eastern Oregon, Denny Relating to building and loan associations. MoQinu Fixing salaries of state officers. rj ui lib ot Clatsop To legalise city bonds of Astoria. House hill creating the county ot Cala pooia was passed by the senate Patterson's bill to provide tor the Irsnv portatlou of conviots to the penituntiary and insane persons to the asylum caused considerable discussion-, The bill provides that superintendents of the asylum and psniteutiary are to be notified, and send guards or other persons to convey them lo the institutions, taking tbs authority out of the bands qf the sheriff and county court. The author of the hill believed Its operation would affect a saving ot at least 115.000 per year to tbe state.- It was thought to be In the interest of humanity that trained per sons should take charge of lbs Insane, at they are more competent to care for them Butler talked in this line iu favor ot the bill. It was opposed by Cogswell, Cowan, Haley, King, Vandei berg, and other sena tors from remote counties. oTcOInn offered an amendment giving the county court or judge authority, it In its discretion it was deemed best, to appoint suitable persons, either relullves or friends, to convey such insane patients to tbe asylum. The bill passed, Oowan, McAllister, aud Baley vot ing no. House bill incorporating the town of Harrisburg was passed. Butler called up bis bill providing tor the appointment of an addiiioual judge for the third judicial district, and tbe same was passed. BILLS riSSED BY THE HOUSE. Moorehead's bill, providing that a ver dict in a civil action may be returned by nine iurors, waa passed by a vote of 48 to 3. Cleeton Ralating lo sale of real property for delinquent taxes. Beach Amending code relating to time and manner of holding school meetings aud electing school directors. Daly- Authorising recorders of convey ances to take acknowledgements and ad minister oaths. Ouild Incorporating eity of Sheridan. Sehlbrede Amending sections of code relating to appointment of foreign commis sioners and defining their duties. Paxton'a bill regulating the construction of publio buildings was neat taken up. I'hii bill was introduced by request of laborers and manufacturers of Portland. It provides no publio building shall be con structed of material from another state when the same material can be procured in Oregon, aud that nu contract for such building shall be let to other than a bona fide resident of Oregon. It also provides that no laborer who was not a bona ties resident of Oregon should be employed en a public building in course of construction. Tne motion to recommit was lost, aud tbs bill waa then passed ayes, $1; noes, 18. Paxton Amending an act regulating the filing of supplementary articles of incor poration. Cole Amending section ot code relating to accounts of executors and administra tors, and fixing a time to reports Cardweil Amending section of code re lating lo estates, and fixing the eompeaae- tfou of executors aud administrators. Cole Amending sectioo 'i&fl of Hill's code relating to guardians and Wards and extending powers of guardians McUreer Amending charter of Dalles City, and authorising tbe city to issue bonds for tbe construction of a bridge across tbe Columbia. Smith of Josephine Amending section 2465, Hill's code, relating to payment of county warrants. Smith of' Josephine Amending section 1779. Hill's code, relating to the killing of any animal tbe property of another, and make auch offense punishable by imprison St. Helens Livery Stables THOS. COOPER, lroprietor Handy location, and you can feel sure that your horses will receive as good attention ss though you were earing for them yourself. HANDY TURNOUTS tor Infanti and Children THIRTY ywa b rratt . ef Caaieeia wUk tbe ywmage ef aami.ef r parmit a te ay A f li wUhoaiv tmmmtmf. it la waum saIy the V t res dr to Iajfksrta al CMMjw tfce warla haa ewes' faswsrn. It ia barsalaea. ChUdram Itte It. It T h ' It will sow tfceto Mt . In It Metbera hara Samaiblaa iralok la at lately aafa mid praotWlr yerfeet a child's aaadloW Cawsteadn daa trays Wears. CaaterU allays farrUa a, Caaiorta, yrwrta t Watt aaal Wsl . Caatarta eearea PUrrltasa ad Wind OejiSs . jPnetarU rellwre Teethfasa; TrwMea, CaaierU traee CowaMaatlws amd TTatmlamey, fcaateria) MentraMaae the eiseia ef earVmle id gas or e4aeows sis'. Casrtorto dees net eoartsdai tterpel . enlmaa.eretaa martirtle tjtwperty. Caatrla aaafaaflataa tha food, regwlat the stosaaefc aad Bowels. Sprint; boaJtby d aatsrsl aloH. OetorU la wat wp la onolae Vettlea ly. It la not Sold ia bnlb. goat allow aay emo to aatl ea fcartfcl ; also on the pi or promise that it is "Jwat as good " an J "will w ottt parposo." . f that ywa got O-A-g-T-O-B-I-A. The fae-ataaflo elgaataf of Children Cry for ment In the oouuty (ail, or penitentiary and a line. . '" ... Shutrum-Problbitlng the use ot scnooi- houses fur dancing. Smith of Josephine-tor tbs recovery of attorney fee in action lor labor. Muores Creating a state ooaru ot ur- culture, ... Brldges-Creatlug a stats normal school .i ii..in an as la nrovlde for tbe Southern Oregon board of normal school legenta. Dutm-Providlng for a state normal school at Ashland and appropriating 3000 therelor, ... Conn-Providing tor a graded school at Lakeview and appropriating 8000 therefor. tu. .nmittaa m titles reenniineiided that Cleeton's bill providing lor the reloca tloa of the county seat ot Columbia county do not past. R..hllr..le-Relatln to government ot soldiers' home tit Koseburg Hlllegas-lilianging time at 'which di .... ....., mav contract marriage, . ti ,.... . from six months to two years alter disso lution ot nrtt msrriagt. J, IT. Slusser, HAIR DRESSER AND T0NS0RIAL ARTIST. Having recentlv located In the city and wishing to establish mvself, I invite the publio to favor me with at least a share of your trade. Sharp, keen raxors. COLBURK'i OLD STAND ST. HELENS, : : : OREGON 0. R. h N. GO. E. McNEILL, Receiver. TO THE EAST S1VIS THE CHOICE Of Tf o Transcontinental Routes GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BY WAY OF Spokane, Minneapolis i St. Paul UNION PACIFIC RY BY WAY OP CENTER, OMAHA, t EAHSAS CITT LOW KATES TO ALL EASTERN CITIES OCKAN STEAMERS' LEAVE PORTLAND BVKKY S OAY8 For San Francisco. For Pull Details Call on ot Address W. I. HURLHURT. Grfrersl Freight end Pass, Agt., Portland. CTtats,and Trsds-M.rks obtain, and all Pal eat bualBaas eooducud lev Moosas-fc race. Ou ornct rs Opaeerrc U. . SI. P mwt Omcc isad we can secure patsat la Mas wee loan lawee .notfrom Waaainftoa. Siod modal, drswinf or photo., wlta daacric- Jttea, We advlae, if paieniable e not. iree el tcharge. Our le not due till patent ts saevreo. A WaSmrLBT, -now w uduid raiama, wk. coat el easse in the U. S. and fetaamcaaiaarie east fees. Address. C.A.SNOW&CO. AM AttVUISr WAsMHMTM. A. 3. ON SHORT NOTICE. TOSi Pitcher's Castorla. HRHS Patronize Home Industry sKiiso:sr iso4-ofj. Our Second Sale since Store,S. W.Cor. Third and Oat streets. MES$9.95 All-wool Salts. Fiwlra and SinrrlVr and Doable-Breasted Sacks. 20 and 22-onnce goods; eighteen Black Cheviots. Every suit warranted- made of celebrated Albany Woolen MllUCssslinere, and manufactured on our own premises. We employ 147 bands and money uaid for labor remains bare at borne. J. M. flOYER&CO., Wholesale and Retail Clothier Nts. 81 and 83 Third Street, 3, If. Cor. Oat. Portland, Oregca CHOICE BRANDS OF Wines, Liquors, and Cigars CAK AT ALL TIMES BE FOUND AT THE MODEL SALOON, J. 8. CLONIITOER, FROPRIETOB, i s ' 8T. HELENS, 0RE00K Famous Fire Laddie Cigars Kept Constantly on Hand. ONLY PUCE IN THE CITY WITH POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES Welnhard's Deer ft Cents. FRUIT TREES Apple Trees $5 to $7 Per 100 Ben Datia. Bplisrttbura. North em ripy, Baldwin, UtavmatelB, lislun. ami Ked Astracban. Italian Prunes $2 to $4 Per 100 Trees are grown on flr timber soli, are free from rtv and are true to name, bring proirfwattd from oar own young orvnanl. PLUM, CHERRY, PEACH, PEAR AMD QUINCE TREES A nice lot of Currant. Oonaeberrjr, Wins berry. Raspberry, ami Klackberry. Entry sblpnvnt deiiv red free en cars or boat, , A. HOLADAY, 8CAPPOOHK. ORBOON For 8ale ENGLISH SHROPSHIRE RAM 8. Address W. W. WEST, SCAPP006E, . OREGON ST. HELENS STRAND Mr. Thomas Cooper baa just opened op bis new and elegant barroom In Bt. Helena, where can constantly be found tbe famous Also best Brands Domestic and Key West Cigars. MR. COOPER IS ALWAYS OLAD TO WELCOME HIS OLD FRIEHDtf TO HIS PLACE OF BUSINESS. ST. HELENS EXCHANGE, St. Helens, - - Oregon THE JOSEPH KELLOGG & STtF JOSEPH PCHlI-jLiOOO FOR PORTLAND- - LeftVAi KfllftO MnnrfftVa.lVaasUaa.yla.a. mo A V.IUvel ft alA.L . ... . . J "t uiicaissBsj. s 14 u v hup; s ss v v iw ah m( ArfVftvr Portlsnd Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at tt o'clock a. m. THE PORTLAND AND O. M. Shaver. Master, Leaves Pnrtland hnl nl W..kl..i.. .4.,1 . A...-I- -j 1 . ., j it' VJsJri? M"n'!", morning at :00 o'clock! Tiimrlav and Thursday evanlnya at :00 o'clock. Connecllna at Oak Point on down trip with steamer MiUBrttJGKR (or P u rTJ nJo" .up trip ,T2m Clstsksnis. On Fridays a 111 leave Portland at 1 o'elceh '. -b ot,'t',"nf n with steamer ME8UEKGER for and Iron ClstskasiW. K ittirn to Portland sains tilj lit. Removing to Our New patterns, Including Blue and B. B. QUICK, Casiailiilnaar al I. . , Destfaasr Wssaaagfa a. w. com, Netary ratals Cole & Quick, St. Helens, OregofJ mpwrrofts or "Thorn's Numerical System Title Abstracts" Columbia- County, -Oregon TITLES Bxamlaed sad abstracts faralshsd. Will attend to aieuera Mare tne fcaard el Equalisation; payment of laaee, aw. Baal Katai. ('oovayenclng, aad laauraaee, aad Loans eof otlatad. EXCHANGE STREET COMPANY'8 RIVER STEAMER CLATSKANIE ROUTE 03 o O 3