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FUBMeHKD EVERY FK1DAY, BIDE-HEAD PARAGRAPHS. Circuit Court. Judge McBrldt It holding an adjourned Unn of circuit erniit here today. He will render de damns In some equity oases and lier any motioni (hut may be ready for argument. CoUF.it or Leoturss, George McD. Stroud, Maioiuo grand lecturer for Oregon, hai boon in 8t. Heleus for several uuys delivering a courae of lectures to the Masnnlo brethren of St. Helens Lod,Ke No. 82 A. K k A. M. Made Final PaonF. W. 8. Camp Dell made final proof on hia claim i Tuesday, and Monroe Burfordof CInte - kniile, and Kdiiar E. Cbipman of : Quinoy made proof Wednesday before Judge Blanoliard. j Almost Lie SrEWO. If the pre Dt fair weather continue a few daya ;' longer farmer! will be seriously con lid. ring planting potatoes and (Ceding for other early crops, ludioaitont now Point to an early epring, which would be very acceptable to people of all pro feeeione, trade, and calllpge. Br Direct Vote. At a maaa meet ini held in Clackamas county laat ;- Saturday night, which waa attended !; by about tbree hundred people, a vote i waa taken at to whether or not United ' Slates eenatori ahould be elected by a direct vote and It carried unanimously. - By auoh a method the wiihee of the people would not be abridged. . A New School District. A new echool dutrict haa been formed oat in the vicinity of Cow Camp. The new diatriot will be No. 41, and will make lie firet report In March. Thit la in the Poland settlement, and it ie com rueodable to eeo the drift toward edu cation by the thrifty aetllemeut In that ' part of the county. , Better Than It Looei. A gentle nan from the lower end of the county . wae caller at thie office Wednesday, nd elated that while be had lived In the county for eight years be had never bo fore been in the county aeat, and that in passing b Oil the steamer he bad acquired a mistaken Idea of the location. After coming ashore he had changed hia mind and thiukt the town la better than it looks. Teachers' Eeaminatioh. The ret tiler quarterly eiamlnation foriechra . was held in thie city by Superintend ent Watts commencing Wednesday. :' The following applicants lor certificate . to teach were in attendance : I. B. - Shoemaker, B. II. Bailey, J. M. Spit-er, , Marie Watta, Haltie Mullnn, Ida ' Morgan, Oriha Lewi, Maude Decker, . Mrs. M. E. Way, and W. A. Young. I Mr. Young takes the examination for I a state diploma. I In the Right Dirbctioe. Repre- ' sunt live Patterson ha a bill that will, if enacted, render valid in other coun ties teacher's certificate issued in any given county. In the large counties of Eastern Oregon such a law would '. afford much relief to teachers, some of whom have to travel many miles to . esaminatiott. Caea have been known i where teachers have had to travel 150 : mile in a storm, and be out for ex penses a month's salary In order to i obtain a certificate for a three-month' l term. ' . i Division or School District. T-e I people of Marshland are in trouble I over the division of school diatriot No. I 10. Some time ago 8tiieriiitendetii I Watta received a petition aignt-d by a number of the legal volar in that tlla- I trict Baking that the district be divided near the center north and south. A I little later he received a remonatrance signed by about the same number, protesting against the proposed divia- t Ion. A Eod many of the aame signa- tores appear on the remonatrance that appeared on the petition, and Mr. Watta is considerably taxed to determ ine wlisl c.une to pumue. Plenty or Sand.-The high water ol last spring left sand and sediment on Deer Island to the depth of several feet. On Muckle Bros. pUca the aand filled In from 8 to IS feet deep all over it. The lower places were tilled in, making many of them on a level with the higltat ground. Several acres which was a lake before the high water were plowed and seeded to grass last full. While the tilling in by the sand killed all the grass, the inland is now placed above ordinary high water mark, and once the sod i formed again the land will be mora valuable than ever before. The aame is true or ail the overflowed land along the Co lumbia. ' " School Afportionmente. -8chool superintendents have been notified by State Trexsurer Metsihan that there will be no further apportionment of atale iohool money at present. The reason assigned ia that there haa been but very little of the semi-annual in tereat due January 1 on the elate echool fund now loaned out paid in, and, owing to the hard times, the atale does not feel disposed to push He col lection, as the account ere all good, and suing wold not hurry matter, but produce a lot of foreoloMires with no one to bid on the land. He ii unable to say jitl when there will be anot her apportionment, but the probabilities are that it will not be for some time. An Old Pioneer. "Old Pap" Shef field, as he is commonly called, who reside on the Marqnam plaue near Gilltnn, was in town on Monday. Mr. ShefflelJ is on of the old pioneers of Oregon, having come here by way of the Isthmus with General Grant in 1851, and after Stopping temporarily t thi plaon the company proceeded J Vanoouver, Wash., where General Grant bad charge of the military poet. Grant afterward resigned his commis sion at Vancouver and went to Cali fornia, but Mr. Sheffield remained there for several years. He haa lived in Oregon aver since, and about one year Ego took up his rej.lri.noe at the above named place. The old gentleman nover lues of relating his many and varied experiences and adventure In the wild of the welt, and la a true type of the hardy pioneer. PERSONAL AND GENERAL. James Muckle and E. E. Quick want to Salem Sunday. Mas Berg,' of GIHton, wat In this cliy Bud Jay, 8. H. Kistner, of Rainier, waa on our streets last Friday, J. 0. Tompkins and wife, of Soap poose, were in town Monday. A. B. Little came home from Salem Saturday and returned Monday. Wa noticed R. P. Graham on the Dixon Sunday bound for Marshland. It was easy to tell from which way the wind was blowing last Sunday. J. D. Wharton, purser of the North weet, waa a caller at this office Mon day. . The steamer Bailey Oatiert is to go on the Telephone's route in a few days, so wa hear. Mr. D. Davis b ts bean seriously ill for several days with an attack of pneumouia. That was a severe storm for Oregon which prevailed Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday last. W. N. Meserva, of Delena, made Anal proof on hia claim baton the county judge Monday. The Queen is on the Astoria route Instead of tba Potter, which ia laid off for repairs. Judge Blanchard has been in the oity the most of the week taking proof in land casea. W. B. Dillard made a professional trip to Portland and Salem the first of (be week, returning Tuesday. Charles Beegle, of Gill ton, who baa been suffering with an attack of pneu monia, ia reported as improving. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Young came np from Clatskanie Saturday to spend some time with Mrs. Young's mother and family. The familiar whistle of the steamer flbavar mm heard Tuesdav aa the food old boat passed ibis place for down river pom ia. The people of Clatskanie will never petition you to keep your mouth shut, brother Blackford, you are of too Utile consequence. There was a eoHel dance given at the residenoe of John Lamberaon, at Houlton, Monday night. Quit a num ber attended from thie place. Sheriff and Mrs. Doan ara fully in stalled into the routine of housekeep ing at Houlton, and Charlie thinks "there 'a no place like borne." While the southeast wind was rag-Ink- laat Sunday great fogs of aand could be seen raisins from the large bar at the mouth of Lewis river, The wedding of Mr. Charles II. Fiehrr, editor of the Romberg Review, and Mis EfBe Owene took place in Roseburg on January 81. Shake, Cbarhal The Junior Order American Me chanic, Council No. 10, will give a hanl-tinira masqnrradH hall in St. Hel ens on Febru try 22. Tlekeia including upper, 75 cents; apectetora, 25 centa. Mr. Dolman doean't waste any time complaining about Columbia county people making putt-bases in any o'he market. He m.nagea to out under, and thereby secures a full average trade, Mrs. J, II. Grove, of Portland, after having pnt daya with hr daiiKhter, Mr. Price of 8kamnkawa. arrived here Monday to vii.it two othrr iiuneiiu-rx, aire. J. u. aiucaieanu bum J. V. Groves. The Portland 8un is no longer con sider d an experiment. It is gaining popularity and without exception is the best paper in Oregon. It report of legislative proceeding are far ahead of any other publication. Mr. W. H. Dolman haa replanted the fine strawberry bed alongside of his store which waa drowned out by the high water last spring:. Mr. Dot rrlan's perserverenue is commendable whether his judgment is good or not. Some time ago Mr. Simon Goldbanm of San Luis Rey, Cat., waa troubled with a lama back and rheumatism, tie used Chamberlain's Balm and a prompt cure was effected. He says ha ha since adviaed maay of hia friends to try it and all who have done so have apoken highly of it. It ia tor sale by Dr. Edwin Ross, druggist. For the first lime in 20 years the James river at Richmond, Va., was froten over last Sunday. In all parts ot the east the terrible cold weather accompanied by heavy winds has caused death and destruction a great many livea and a large amount of property, while In Oregon straw berries are not yet ripe. Dr. E. T. Carna, dentist, nf Portland, will visit Rainier April 10th and re main until April 20ih. Dr. Carna ia prepared to do all kind of work per taining to dentistiy. Teeth on gold, silver, aluminum, and rubber plates. Gold crown and bridge wotk. Teeth extracted without pain. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is fam ous for its cures of bad colds- It open the secretions, relieves the lungs and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. If freely used as soon as the cold has been contracted, and before it ha become settled In the aytem, it greatly lessens the severity of the attack and has often cured in a single dav what would have been a e vera cold. Foraale by Dr. Edwin Ross, druggist. The Rainier Review is before us, a neat, newsy, and in every way a cred itable paper. Mr, W. H. Imua, the editor, I a newspaper man ol consid erable experience, and, like every new paper man, will earn every dollar he receive. The first issue shows a lib eral patronage from the people ot that town in the way of legitimate adver tising, which ia essential to the life of a newspaper. The Mist welcomes the Review to its sanctum and trusts the new paper will receive all the patron age it deserves. Here ' our Card of Thanka. W dealr to expreii our lie rtfelt thanka tn nr manv friend, of Hcunnoo who were I o kind 'in seneroits In our affliction till winter. Hay tn ir day D long ana pro' I per on, are the wirtie of Mi. and Ma. W. S. Hutchimoh. Work will commanca on tba Astoria and Gobi railroad neat month, unless delayed for want of necessary fnnde. It construction wouu mane iiveiy times in Columbia county. From the way Mr. Dolman keeps nllinsr "P his stock of general merchandise, ba evi dently does not think the county ha gone to the tiow-wows. Nothing suc ceed like a full stork of goods, low prices, and enough courage lo stand at the wheel both in fair and ioul weather. Tha train from Portland arrives at Houlton at 8 : 80 instead of 10 o'clock as formerly. The new time schedule we.it into effect last Sunday. Wa un derstand there has been no change in the time of the south-bound train, My stock of dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery ware, glansware, tin ware, footwear, headwear. notions. dress good, furnishing good, lace, ribbons, atatlouery, Hour, leed, and bay is complete as in the flu-h times. Jtespeuttniiy, W. U. Dolman The Mist wants a correspondent In every n.-iebborhood. If anything of interest happens in your locality let the world know it tnrougn tne col umns of The Mist. H. T. Orewell, of Gillton, was in the oity on bia way homo from Portland. Mrs. Harrison Allen visited Portland Wednesday. Anniversary Ball Rainier Lodge, Knithta of Pvthiaa. have noster out announcing a grand anniversary ball, commemorative of tbe 81st anniver sary of the order, which will take place jreoruary iv. DEER ISLAND. Mrs. A. P. Caber Ml down itair last weak and was quit badly hurt, bat not (rloutly. ' A. P. Viher bad a narrow escape of los ing bia boa br Are recently. Mr. and Mr. C. R. English bav bn sojourning at tba city for several day. and have bought oonilderabl a lock lor tbeiritor. - 1. 0. Payne, our newcommer, appear to be a ruatler, having already renovated hi bouae, repaired tb barn, and rebuilt con ldrabl fence. Mr. E. Demereit I enjoying a ve-y pleasant vl.it from her oldest brother, Mr, Dan McNeil, of Iowa, who is at presnt travdhig cm thla coaat and vlalUng friend and relative. II la also combining bus iness with pleasure end looking Into real estate, with atrong Intention of Investing in a mora genial climate. Iowa without queation ia one of tbe beat at a tea In th Union, but thou cold blisxard, heavy now, and terrific cyclone are driving many of Ita good citixeu to a milder country. : r John Cadrett gay a very pleaaant baket party laat (Saturday evening. Almost th ntlr neighborhood met. and a Jolly Irol licking party it wai where grceablenea ud lociability wa combined. John and hi family I:. tend moving In a fw day to 0 A Oreek ilough, Weali., where he and bia brother will open a logging eamp. The nelghbora will miaa bis cheery laugh and pleaaant dl-poslilon. John 1 an all-round agreeable fellow. PERM POINTERS. A cold wav. a companied by high wind, truck tbi place at H A. M. Bunday and continued until Tuewlay evening, with now failing thick and faat. Th county road between thi place and St. Helen wa never In better condition for winter than at prevent. Mm. Ella Robrria came home from Ore gon City Thursday laat to help care for her mother duilng ber preaenl lllnoaa. tltev Lamp and Joe tSobaka paucd through thin plac Mouday on their way to 8t. Helen. Report from 8pring Valley are to the fleet that there is near two feet of snow in that section. We notice the sign "Meal and Lodging" on th Peris postofflue sign board. Thia it tb tirst lodging bouae in thi place, and w wlah it (ucvea. W understand from th Nebalem country that moat ot tbe people there are expecting to vote for the county teat to be moved to Rainier, with the expectation of breaking up what they term "the 8t Helena ring." If thrlaa"rlng"in St. Helena it ahould be broken up. But by the way, would not Rainier have a ''ring" aa well. A change pi the county eat would only crest an. other "ring." The Election of Benatore. Washimutor, Feb. U The senate ooin mlttee on privileges and elections today de cided lo report back th bill Introduced by Senator Mitchell of Dragon for a constitu tional amendment providing for the lec tion of senator by a direct vote of th peo ple. Tbe majority and minority report wr afterward submitted to th senate. Turple, Palmer, and Mitchell say in their report: "Th object 1 to place one department ot th government wholly In the control of th people. The legidaliv or lawmaking department of the government ought, In our opinion, to be o placed. The law of the United State are made by congres and In behalf of th people. It ia therefor a matter ot the bigheat Importance that the lawmaker in both branohe of th national legislature should beohoaen by th ptople " Buy a Home -IN- St. Helens The original town plat can be seen by applying iu person on E. E. QUICK, Resident Agent. &L Helena. Oregon A linnatlo'a Eulolde. HiLurseao, Feb. l.-ThU afternoon B. F. Oant, a veteran of th civil war, about 60 year of age, and paralysed In th right Id, shot Mr. John Mueller In th right band, and Mr. Manning, her daughter, in the right arm. and then blew hia brain out, dying iiiatantly. Dant had been boarding at tbe mldenoe of Mr. Mueller. Th ahooticig wsa earned by th refuasl of Mr. Manning to marry him. Manning' wife left bira lat(ll, and u bad Instituted divurce proceeding, which are now pending-. Report y Daut turniahed money tor Mr. Manning to cur tbe divorce. Mr. Manning I now in VamhiU. He and Mr. Manning wr mar- rid over two year aao. Dant ha been paralysed for two or three year. He recently received bark pennion amounting to between I'iOOD and f JWJ0. H bad lived here about 10 Var, and haa a brother reai.ling at Bdvllt. Mr. Mueller took tbe part of her daughter In a quarrel today, and Dant shot both women. Mr. Manning I 23 years of ag and ba two children. Mitbr b nor ber mother wa rlouly Injured by tha booting. Wa th neighbor arrived at th scene of the (hooting, which took pliic at tb Mueller home, Dant' llfele body waa it ting In a chair, with tbe bead lopping over, and the platol lying on tb Door. Tb inquest ovr tb body will be Held tomorrow. Aw flwldlea-te sseeraaaeaatlew. In the lata war I waa a soldier in tbe Firat Maryland Volonteera, Company G. During my term of service I con tracted cbronio diarrhoea. Since then I have used a great amount of medi cine, but when I found ona that would give me relief it would injure my stomach, until Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was ... i i broognt to my nonce, a ucu n auu ill aav it ia the onlv remedy that gave me permanent relief and no bad result followed. I take pleasure in recom mending this preparation to all of my old comrades, who, while giving their servicea to their country, contracted this dreadful diseaaeaa I did, from eat ing nnbolaomo and uncooked food. Youra truly, A. JS. uenamg, naisey, Oregon. For sale by Dr. Edwin Kose. Wbawwalefr,wiaOarW. Wheat ah wa a Chad, ah cries I or CMeria. Whan th became Ktaa. 1 due to Otttorl. WiMaaUIChIMTm,thaiOeorta. SHERIFF'S SALE. nr virtue or an execution, and Ii Art, of Mia. a.il laauad out of lh Circuit Court of the 8ute of Ore oa, for the County of ColumHa, In or of W. J. VaoSchuyw and ayalnat w. A. Meeker, for the aum of Seven Hundred KlKbteen ana 7-iuo vouua, wiin in terest thereon at S per cent, per annum from the ah d af January. 1S9S. and the further aum of Twenty-ono and 40-108 Dollar coat and dia- Duraemenia, aiao ire ooKa ou una win apon a Judcmeut rendered January 4th, 1M5, and docketed January Sth, 1S. Now, therefore, by virtue of (aid Judgment and execution and order of ale. I have levied upon and will, oo Hatnrday the 14th dr of Feb ruary, IM, at the front door of the County rnurt Hmiu. In St. Halam. Columbia Coutttv. Stale of Orexon, at lOo cloc In the forenoon of alO day, aell at nubile auction, to the hlrhart bidder lor eaab, ail the riirht, title and imereat of aaid W. A. Meeker lu and to th followln described real property, to wit: The nortbweat quarter ol section nine, townihlpalx north, range two weft of the Willamette Meridian, ettoatad in Columbia county, mate ol Oregon, to aattofy the hereinbefore named auma and coat and exoanaeooiMiarai. Dated January 1. 1894 C. . DOAN. JUlli be: iff of Columbia County, Oregon. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the Circuit Court ot the State of Oregon, lor Columbia county. . BY VIRTUE or AN EXECUTION. DECBEE and order of aale iaaued out of the Circuit Court ot th a late of Oreaon fur Columbia Crmniy,nd to me duly directed, dated on the JJrd dav of January, MM, upon a Judgment and decree rendered and entered in aald Court on th 4l h day of January, ltei. ia favor of E. O. Moll, plaintiff, and axainat W. C. Henderaon and la. C. Mnrirnn. defendant, for the ram of Five Hundred Sixty-two and So-WO dollar (152.80) and th further aum of Seventy-five dollare (17400) and the further anm of 11110 eoau and riiaburaemanla, all in United Slate old coin with intereat thereon at I per cent per annnm In like sold coin from date of aald de cree, to-wlt: Jaa. 4th. ISM, and for tbeeoaia and expenaee ol aai under ini writ. . . Now, therefore, by virtue of and in pursuant af aaid luria-ment. decree and order of sale. I duly levied upon, and will, on tha 2nd day of March. 1805, at 10 o'clock A. M , at the frontdoor of the county court houee, in the City of St. Helena, tn aaid county and itata, aell. eubjeet to redemption according to law, at subtle auction to the hiiheat bidder (or cah, all of tne intereat of the defendant, W. C. Henderaon and M.C. Henderaon tn the following deacrlbed real eatat In Columbia county, Bute of Oregon, to-wit: Thaannlhwaatouartar (awUlof aecliOO thirty- two (32) In tawnahip four (4) north, raure two (2) watt of the Willamette Meridian, containing eue hundred and alxty 00) acre, moreorlera, acoording to government aurvey. to aatiafy th nerein menuonea auma auu iwr vww mv - nana a, hH ul. Witnea my hud thlaMth day ol Jannarv, ISM flml C. r. DOAN, Sheriff ot Columbia County, Oregon. SHERIFF'S SALE. BT VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION, JUDO ment, order and decree, duly toned out ot and under the aeal of the Circuit Court ot the St-.te ot Oregon, County of Col umbla. In favor of W. J. VaaSchuyver a plaintiff va. W. A. Meeker nd Mary E. Meeker aa defendant, to m duly directed 'dated tba ICtb day ol January. ItwS, upon a judgment and decree rendered on the 4th day of January. 1M6, and entered on tha Sth day of January. ISM. in favor of W. 1 Van- bknnn nlainlln and aamlnat W. A. Meeker defendant, for the aum of Nine Handred Filly three 100 (I9U.S2) Dollars, with intereat at M Kr cent, per annum irom wa m aay vi ,.u".ii. i&andflMMattorneyafee, and the further aum of Sl7.Mcoate,aIo the eoata on thla writ; commanding me lo make aale of the foilowlng deevrihad real properly, to-wlt: Lot No. a. la Block No. IS, lu the town of St. Helena. Colum bia County, State of Oregon, together with th tenement, hereditament and appurtenancea thereunto belonging or in any wiae appertaining; Nnmv thrnfnra. hv virtu of aald execution, lodgment, order and decree, and in compliance with the oommaoda of aald writ, I will, on Sat urday the lth day of February, 18aV at the front Ami, nf (ha f?nuntv Court Houa. In St. HelenC. Columbia County. Oregon, at tk hour of W OCIOCR A. at. ot aaia any, aeii, luujwa w w deinptlon according to law, at public auction to th higheat bidder for eaeh, all the right, title and intereat which the above nmed deiendanta, or either of them, had on th 2nd day ol Decem ber, 1893, or aince had in and to the above deaoribed real property, to aatiafy aald execu tion. Judgment, order and decree, intereat and coma ana an accruing coihj. Datad St Helena, Oregon, Jn JMIU Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon. LEONARD HUFF & CO., Commission Merchants BWAGER'S OLD STAND. A general ortiiient of feed kept on hand, m , t . ., , ... ana eoia at ue iu ,rivsa . FOR CASH. Undertaking Goods FURNISHED ON 8HORT NOTICE. St. Helens, : ; Oregon. . 1 Awarded . HIsfMst MonortwWMrld' Pair. MOST PERFECT MADE A pur Crap Cream of Tartar Powder. Pr yocn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant JO YEARS TUB 5TANDARW. The MieT does not oldrct to taking silver on aohwription. We are even glad to get Columbia coiin'y warrants. They are taken at tbie office on all accounts. STRAYED. A (arret mare, with white atrip In fore head and white on one hind foot. Any in formation will be rewarded by JOHN FKANTZ, Houlton, Colombia County , Oregon. WANTED TO TRADE. I have a rood, two-seated backboard, ba been need but four montlia. worth t'M, and which I would Ilk to trad for a yoke of good, young work oxen. Apply to ml u. v. uiuun, nuuiton, vrcgon. Notice ta Creditor. -TaTOTICK la hereby riven that tb under- igned ha been appointed admlniatrs- lor of the estate ot unarm i nm, aeceaeeu, and all oerwna haeina- claim agaimt aaid eetate are hereby notified to present the aame to me. with tbe neeemaary voucher, within aix month from the tirat publication of tbia notice, at my real.lence, at Dear Ialand, Columbia county, Oregon. Adminiatrator of th eetate ol Uharle Trim, deceased. Dated February 1, 1866. ' ranaeiis. Ia tb Circuit Court of th Rials of Oregon, for we UMtnty oi uiumota. C. A. Freeman, Abbla J. Freeman tut Kate B. Freeman, pUlnUffa. va. Albert Freeman, defendant. To A. Freeman, defendant la th aame of Slat oi Oregon: XTOU AkJC HEREBY REQUIRED TO At. X pear and answer th complaint of tb Blalntllb 8 lad aiatnat von la th above entitled auit on th flrat day of the next regular term of aid court, which ahall eommeae aix ereeka or more alter tbe firat publication of thia anmmona, to-wit: On Tuesday, th Hth day ol May, 1SB6, and If von fall ao to an Dear and anawerthe plalnuSi will apply to the Court lor the relief demanded la me complaint nieo nerein. me relief claimed te tnal tne piainuna may nave decree for the landa deacrlbed aa followa, to-wlt: Tbe aouthweat quarter of the eouthwaat quarter of teuton 1. and th northweat quarter of the northwe-t quarter of aecuoo 24, ana in aoutn. aatouaitar of Lh. aouthweat Quarter of aald aee Uon 13, all in townehip four (4) north, range two (3) west, in Columbia county and that the aald landa be adjudged to be the laaoa of tne piainuna. ana tor eucn nthar and further relief aa in euultv ahall aeem meet ana nnoer lustice anati apperuun, ana lor their eoeta and diaburaemente. Thia .ummnna fa nubliahed In ourauane of an ordar of aald Circuit Court, Hon. T. A Mc Bride. prealaing, made In open Court on the 12th day! October, 1MH; that thla aummona be aervad upon you herein by publication in the Oaeooa tiiBT, a weekly newapaper publiahed In 8t Helana once a weea lor eix weexa, mm J. C. MOKELAND, Attorney for Plaintiff PEOPLE Desirous Buying JEWELRY, Watches, Clocto, Etc., Wail a wU to aedar traaa G. HEITKEMPER The Portland Jeweler, Corner of Third and Morrison. You will aav at least 76 par cent, and get rood good. Diamond, watch ei, atlverwar. optical gooaa, eio. i our oorreaponoeiwa ia wuuwu. PROFESSIONAL. H ARRISOIf ALLEN, Attorney and Counselor at Law. ST. HELEN8. ORXOOK. Notary FwbNc, Cam-ny rpHOMAS C WATTi, NOTARY PUBUC. ACKNOWLIDOMEKTB TAKEN. CONVIYANCRtO AND GENERAL NOTARIAL WORK DONE. REUBEN, OREGON jy. a. r. McLaren, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Rainier. Oregon. QR. H. B. CUFF, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 8k Helena, Oregon, D JL t. I. HALL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Clatskanie, Columbia oonnty, Or jQR. J. M. F. CHALMER8, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. St. Helens, Oregon. yy M. ltESIRVK, Surveyor and Civil Engineer SELENA, OREGON. County Surveyor. Land Surveying, Town Platting and (engineering work promptly secuto. mm SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT There ha Juat bean reoefred a large amortment of pore and fre-h drne. patant medicine, etc . Alio numcrou other article which are found In ill ilral-cla drug atom. Semeuber that the place to buy your drug i at a drag store. SAINT HELENS - - - TOILET ARTICLES - - - Thi bona also carries a eery Isrg asaortmer.t of fancy notions, consisting; of toilet artit le euro aa perfumery, aoapa, Uoth-bruahea. toutli-powder, ami in fact all article included in that lin. Alto writing par and chool uppUe. PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED DAY OR NIGHT A competent pharmacist is alwaya on band ready to compound prescriptions on short order. Mr. Roaa ia ever watchful of th public' demand, and yon will alwaya find what yon want at bi mtabiiahmcni. DR. EDWIN MAIN STREET ST. CHARLES HOTEL If yon want to meet a friend yon Conser Front and Morrison Sts. Portland, Oregon DART & HUCKLE . . . . Are once more doing cupied ty Muckle Bro., Fresh Staple Jnat from the beet market of tbe world. They also bar s naw asd complete line of ....... . Ladies Dress Ooods, Latest Patterns. BeaiUag that tbeir ttock would be incomplete withont, these gentlemen also carry a large Invoice of ... . I Ladies' and Gents' Fine Footwear MLJOKILjH BROS MANUFACTDRRRS and Dressed Lumber of ST. HELENS, : Clatskanie Drugstore 1 PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED AT ALL HOURS Fataat Ifadiclaea, Fraacriptlon Druia. Toilet Article, Fancy Notion, etc. The tables are always supplied with the Best Edibles and Delica cies the market affords. TERMS REASONABLE FOR REGULAR BOARDERS Having been newly refurnished we are prepared to give satisfac tion to ell our patrons, and solicit s strnre of your patronage. J. GEORGE, Proprietor, St Helens. Oregon MPKTLJTT BROS THE LEADINO MERCHANTS OF Vernonia and Cornelius, Ogn. WHITE TO CORNELIUS FOB STAGE DATES. FISHERMEN AND CAMPERS SUPPLIED St. HelensJVlEAT - flARKET All Kind of freah and alted tnt, taneaira, and fiah. An expresa wagon runs daily to all parts of th city. MU by Wholesale at Special Rates. . . J. H, DECKER ... rroisr s o pri .A-ij artist The old and reliable barber has hia rsors just as harp as can be found, and will sbare you com . fortably and quickly for only fifteen cents. GIVE HIM A CALL AT THE OLD STAND ON STRAND ST THE OlIENYillA MOWE22La The table will be supplied with the best the mirket affords. Board by the Day, Week, or Month at Re:s:nak!8 rates Evorythiug Clean. A Share of Your Patronage is Solicited. A. H. BLAKESLEY, Prop. ST. HELENS, OR Job Printing DRUG STORE ROSS, Prop. ST. HELENS, OREGON THIS LEADINO FAMILY HOTKL HAS BUN COM PLETKLV RKNOVATCO. will sorely find blm at this hotel. C. W. KNOWLES, burinea at th old stand formerly oc where cau be founds complete atock of Groceries OF AND DEALERS IN Every Style, Grade and Yarietj : OREGON the Place to Saeore Year Freeh Medicine. DR. J. S. HALL. Prrteta H2 Sweetland & 5heIdon, Mali St.. St. MaUoa. Oraajeai In all It erancha waatly W artlat'eeHy done. W. mate, m epeelalty of bootr, poetee, awe eoiwmerelel Jo aylrttleg. For ftw. Jo) printing TH. MIST he a equal em tlx Hvav.