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"DI I V OREGON MIST. rUBMBHHD KVKEY FRIDAY. 2 PSSSfin $175 SIDE-HEAD PARAGRAPHS. Thi Obaud Juky. The following fontlomon wore choien grand urors (or the May term of circuit oou rti Jacob Oooritc. foreman. 8t Helena; Andrew Aoderaon, Boa p. pooae; Ole Boliman, Hcnppoowi A. jneor, uoDief Auoipn liergeraon. ver nonia ; Ed. McClure, Clatskanie j Fhln eaa reck, Vernonla. TuitSxtStmam The county court hai extended the time for the return of the delinauent tax roll until June IS, aftor which time all unpaid sea will be delinquent, Thia ex ten ion of time will be a great oonven I.. ienoe to many taxpayer!, and it la be lieved there will remain very Utile uu paid Uxe at that date. -Hnga ffrpwinpTM -Th. propoiition for upplying'Ht. Helena with better water, to be Drought from Perry ereek liaa again met with defeat. After all ether mattera had been satisfactorily arranged the right-of-way aeroaa Mra. Perry 'a land oould not be secured. It eeme really to bad that the right-of way caunot beaeoured, but aaoh U our late. Oavniio Hoixm a at. Already the canning of hnriemeat haa begun. Mr. Merrick, of The Dalles, haa canned ix caruaea wnioh be haa placed on the market a a teat. It ia not likely that thia new pioduot in the grocery line will ttnd a ready tale at flint, but the geatlumen iuleroited in the scheme think people will be eaaily ed- ocated to the uae of thia new class oty"s canned goods. i Ora Ed Potter, Iter, wll of John I known here, and a atop-son Fronts, wbo baa been running a ah in gleaaw in a mill at Castle Hock, Waah., ad bia right hand sawed off last Frl day morning about 8 :80 o'clock. The mill has been running day and nlgbt for a long time and Mr. rotter was on the night shift. He has been sawing shingles for the company for several years, which probably accounts in psrt for the accident, because long service at that kind or work ia so apt to cult! ate a lack of caution. Mr. Potter has a wife and four children. His friends here where be Is well known regret exoeedingly to hear of bis misfortune. COMMIRSIOHSBS HOLD OVER In the state circuit court held at Albany this week Judge Hewitt decided that the state board of railroad commis sioners hold their office for another two years, or nntil their successors are ellocted and qualified. Tbia suit was brought by J. B. Eddy, one of the commissioners, to oompel Secretary of 8Ute Kincaid to issue warrant lor his salary, the secretary holding that in' ssmuch as the legislature failed to elect their successors there was no railroad commission In existence, and mereiore reiusea to issue warrant tor the salary of the board. The case will, in all probability, go to the supreme court lor a tluai deoiaion. Circuit Court. The regular May term of clroult court convened Tuc day morning with Judge Mc Bride siding. It had been announced that Judge Stephens, of the criminal oourt la rortiaod, would exchange placet with Judge McBride, but these ar rangementa had been cbangod an the familiar face of the latter gentle man was B roe led by all on the arrival si of the Bailey Oatsert. Aftsr the grand jury had been drawn a nam- ler uf cases were set for tnsl and theh the trial jurors were dismissed until next Monday at 2 o'clock, when tin y will again report. In the mean time the grand jury will be at won and the court will hear motions equity esses. ADDITIONAL LOCAL ITEMS. Note and reoeipt books for sale at una oince. Dolman's Is the best "every time" low price store. Harry West, of Scappoose, was in town yeaterday. Bummer bats ; spring dress goods ; flour, feed and meats at Dolmens. The Unitarian Sunday school, of Tortland, is coming to St. Helens to morrow on a picnic. The steamers Harvest Queen and J-urlioe collided one morning last week and aa a result the Queen took a lay off for repairs. We have completed arrangements with the Portland Weekly Sun where by we can furnlab the Weekly Sun and Thb Mist, both one year for 11.75 cash. Oourt week trade opens up quite lively. Mr. Dolman is kept buay re ceiving and delivering merchandise. "Keep thy shop, and thy shop will Veep thee," is an old and true saying. We have been requested to announoe that a flUMtino ailll k l.M In Vt a ' "Q " W W M V court house next Monday evening for nie purpose ot considering trie ques tion of appropriately oelebrating the Fourth. It is desired that a good at tendance be had.' Any one who has ever had an attack of inflammatory rheumatism will re joice with Mr. J.A. Blumm, 220 Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, over his fortu nate escape from a siege of that dis tressing ailment. Mr. Btumm is fore man of Merriam's oQtifeotionery estab lishment. Some months ago, on leav ing the heated work room to run across the street on sn errand, lie was caught out in the rain. The result was that when ready to go home that night he was unable to walk, owing to inflam matory rheumatism. He was taken liome, and on arrival was placed be fore a good fire and thoroughly nibbed with Ohamborlain's Pain Balm. Dur ing the evening and night he was re jteatedly bathed with this liniment, and by morning was relieved of all rheumatic peine. He now takes great Jileasure in praising Chamberlain's 'ain Balm, and always keeps a bottle of it in the house. For sale by Dr. JCdwin Ross, druggist, PtOHSOBfAIi AND GENERAL. yf. J. Fnllerton, of Oillton, was in mm yesterday. IP. W tfmvAra. ft tftufllVAnlA. nr.. ... " " , - in the city yesterday. County court adjourned Monday nlglit until June 1st. Edwin Morrill, of Deer Island, was In town Wednesday. Judge J. 0. Moroland, of Portland, was In the city Tuesday. George C. Fowler, of Oolile, was ia the county scat Tuosday lust. George E. Davis, of Portland, is iu attendance at court this week. Thomas Solomon and E. J. Curtis, of Vernonia, were in town Tuesday. George Pony, of lloulton, was do ing business in Portland Wodnesday. Judge W. W. Page, of Portland, was in attendance at circuit court this week. ,;. ". Attorney A. H. Imus, of Kalama, waa in the city Tuesday last on legal business.' -i '' C. E. Runyon, court reporter, of As toria, is at bis post of duty in tlie cir onit court..., R. H. Mitchell, editor of the Neha- lem Journal, was in the cify Monday and Tuesday. We can furnish you the Woekly Or- egouian and The Mist, both together, one year for 92. The steamer Young America took an excursion party from Portland to Vancouver Sunday, Mrs. M. C. Gray returned Tuosday evening from a several days' visit to friends in Kelso, Wash. A counoil of the A. P. A. was insti tuted here last Friday night with s uiembersnip oi auout thirty. E. Quick took a drive last Satur day down into the Bumgardner settlo ment back of Veer island. James 0. Cox was in FortlancPlast Wednesday on business oonnected with the sheriff's office. The meeting of the state republican league takes plaoe iu Portland, com mencing next Wednesday. Thomas E. Mills, of Vernonia, was in town Tuesday morning in response to a summons for jury service. Judge Stott and G. G. Gnmmans, attorneys of Portland, were in attend ance in circuit court Tuesday. District Attorney W. N. Barrett, of HilUboro, la In the city attending to his official duties before the grand jury. Dr. A. P. McLaren, 8. II . Kistner. Martin Both, Wm. Lee and George F. Moeck, of Rainier, were in the city Tuesday. It is reported that the railroad com pany and John Dibblee have agreed on terms of settlement of the right-of way dispute. S. H. Kistner waa exonsed for the term as a juror, because of important business matters st home demanding his attention. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Nickels, of Portland, relatives of Mr. and Mrs. n Alien, were visiting in the ciUf during the woek. rThe! Misses Amy George and Daisy . l.j .1.. . -. t .:: MJuucii tuo vu vurttuuiaicui i) laat Friday evening. ff . i jrw.l. Sweelland and A. H. Blakes- riey went to Salem Tuesday to attends the Grand Lodge I. O. O. F.. whichfl is in annual session at that place. s-nCThe county oourt appointed G. W, Barnes deputy county assessor, and be will commence the work for which he has been appointed iu the Nehalem valley shortly. r Henry Rung and J. K. Blakesley eft here Monday for the mines. We would not be surprised to see the boys return a few days henoe with their pockets filled with nuggets. At a meeting of the board of roee ef the Oregon Agrieultural college held at Corvallis Wednesday, Hon. J. T. Apperson of Oregon City, was eleoted president of the board. J A Dseputy Sheriff Charles Blakesley KwArti Mnvrrav rFiiAa1tttf ntrwitt. trt saiiK. "viii w j fAue uvsu j sihis auv poena witnesses. From Mayger he went to Clatekanie Wedneaday and on to Mist on the same mission. a js CrVPur people did the rapid change of f AiitUine ant laal. fitnnrltiw Tn (ha fniaaa. noon it was warm almost to suffocat ing, and in two hour'i time an over Coat was very much appreciated. Mr. O. A. Brown and wife, of Port land, were visiting in the city Wed' nesday. Mr. Brown has some real es tate in this county, and while here he interviewed Sheriff Doan regarding taxes, eto. Toll Thompson, special agent of the State Insurance Company, was in the oily Monday. He was on his way to WtBtport to asljust the claim of David West, whose house was destroyed by fire last week. The Potter and Gatsert had a very pretty race leaving St. Helens last Friday morninff. The two flyers con tested the right-of-way as far down as Caples, where the rotter was obliged to land with the mail, E. Z. Ferguson, a member of the railroad right-of-way committee, of As toria, waa in the city laat Friday. The committee expect to have an abstraot of title made to all the right-of-way from Astoria to Goble. This office is in receipt of a copy of tho proceedings of the last annual meeting of the Oregon Press Associa tion, printed by the Jacksonville Times, which is a very creditable spe cimen of job printing. Congressman J. 0. Sibley of Penn sylvania, and General A. J. Warner of Ohio, leadors of the silver movement, are in this state on a campaign tour. They lectured at Lebanon Monday night to an audienoe of 2U00 people. This office turned out an order of 10,000 bill heads for the Bailey Gats ert and Telephone this week. The Columbia River and Puget Sound Navigation Company believe in reci procity, and .consequently propose to scatter their money along the river aoiong the people who patronize them. COUNTY COUIIT PROCEEDING. At a regular session of the county oourt, .begun and held at the court house, in St. Helens on Wednesday, May 8, 1896, the following proceed' iuss were had : In the matter of opening and locat ing county roada; ordered that here after no roads shall be declared a county road until it ia opened and placed in good repair, fit for travel with team and wagon. In the matter of the Jaquish road; it appearing that what is known as the Jaqiiish road, has been opened as required by previous order of the court, it is ordered that said road be declared a county road, and that the old road be vacated as prayed for in the petition. In the matter of the viewers report on the Glineski road; report read second time. Bill for damuges filed and 0. S. Emerson, John Lamberson and J. V. Kerr, appointed appraisers of damages, to meet at the residence of V. Ulineslci on June 20. 1895. In tho matter of viewers report on F. H, Swaeer road; report road sec ond time. Petition for damages filed, and Lindley Meeker, James Muckle, jr., and J. K. Sherman, appointed ap praisers of damages, to meet at John Callahan's on June 20, 1805. In the matter of viewers report on L. Seigort road; report read second time. Petition for damages filed, and Iitrael Snencor, John Campbell and E. Ridgway, appointed appraisers of damages, to meet at the residence of S. O. Schoonover, June 20, 1895. In the matter of A. H. Korr vs. D. J. Barnes, et al; law case continued for the term. Iu the matter of appointment of justice of the peace : for Scappoose precinct. A. D. Holliday, jr., ap pointed. In the matter of extending time for the collection of taxes. Ordered that the time for collecting taxes be extend ed until June 15, at which time taxes hall be declared delinquent. In the matter of the claim of Geo. D. Gove for damage to horse on county road. Claim rejected. In the matter of settlement with the sheriff. Account of the sheriff exam ined, found correct and approved. In the matter of tax of Bernard Mc Carthy. Ordered that the amount be stricken from the roll, and the sheriff have credit for the amount. In tlx matter of bill" allowed. The fol lowing bills were examined and allowed : Van Dyka LW.JPIm Blate vs W. W Allen 5 40 Wllnon v V, uonat lee suite vs W w Allen 20 80 Mitchell R H, Den Dlat Atty tame... fi 00 Heeghlcv I) M, witneea, same 8 20 Hess U W, same 8 HO Atlama T homaa. same 8 00 Milla K , aania 8 40 Webster Ed. lime 4 20 Lavender Ora, same 8 20 Newtu J H. same 8 00 McNutt 0 8. seme 8 70 bwaaer J H. J 1 fees State vs Ward Bonner 4 60 Pecker I. L. Const fee, earns 24 60 Bonner Mary, witneaa, some 2 CO llonner, A A , aame 2 60 Tomiiklns. I Q. earn 2 40 Allen. Harrison, attorney, same... .. 10 00 VanDvke. LW.Jf fees road super- visor va John Uevera t oo 8 30 1 50 1 60 1 60 Wilson, K I., conatnble, same Taylor, J H, witneaa " Shecley, 8 D, " " Roberta. E. " " Boae, H B. juryman Ordway, EN, " " .... Tracy, F, " Brown, OW. " " .... Mitchell, It H, " .... Spencer. I. " " Bw.eer, J II, J P fees8tate vs Weath 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 er ax 6 65 Decker, I, L, constable, aame 10 60 f.M'lK. " ! witneaa 1 60 6 80 6 30 8 10 6 10 1 60 8 00 6 00 1 60 1 60 1 60 8 60 4 40 Pnli nm Jaa Hnnbom, B B, Weather ar, J J " Deiix. WJ, Werthnrwax. John ' Brown, H O, J V fees State vs Archi bald Slnis, h M. physician, aame case Archibald, Grace, witneaa ' .... Fowler, 8 A, ' " .... Archibald, J M, i. Brown. HCJP feea Stale va Link.. Fowler, E W, constable aame ease. . . LlKhtloot, Thoa, witneaa " Link. Ueorae. " 1 60 1 60 Brown, HU,jr leea State va King.. 10 IS Fowler, B W, constable, same caae. . . 5 00 Caanton, Pearl, witneaa, " .... 1 50 lAanton. Mvrtle. " .... 160 ohnaon. Marker. " .... 160 Hfer. I U. " .... 160 Kins. Jennie. ' ....160 Swager, J H, justice feea, state vs. Wm. Lee 9 20 Decker, L L, constable, same case.... 14 00 Weatlierwax, J J, witneaa, " .... ft 60 Deiu, WJ, " " .... 6 60 Doan.J B, " " .... 5 90 Campbell. Robert. " .... 5 60 Weatlierwax, Fred, " .... 6 60 Banborn, B. 11, " " .... 8 80 Pulliam, Jas, ' " .... 7 10 King, RH, " .... 7 10 Drain, J J, " ' 7 10 gwager, J H, justice fees, state vs. R. H. King .!. 1 10 20 Decker, L L, constable, aame caae.... 9 10 Weatherwax, John witness, aame .... 1 60 Weatherwax, J J, aaiae 5 10 Weatherwax, Fred, same 1 60 Banborn, U B, aame 1 60 Ie, William, aame 6 10 Pulliam, Jamas, earns 7 10 Bralm, J J, same 6 10 Palm, Martin, aame 7 10 Yerlan, Alonso, aame 7 10 Oregon Mist, publishing court pro ceedings, March term 10 25 " Financial statement 17 00 " Treasurer's notices 15 00 " Teachers examination 2 60 " Stationery . 10 90 Elchman, W O, work on bridge In R. D. No. 15 6 00 Tucker, Thomas, ssms 2 50 Keed, Joseph, aame... 00 Webster, Edward 8 75 Beed, Clarence. . 7 75 Brown, Thomas H 600 Blakely, Rufua 2 25 Dart A Muckle, supplies for Hankens 6 00 Dart & Muckle, supplies Mra. MoOoy 10 00 uonyera, . w, supplies xor mra. May nard 21 95 Convera. E W. suDDlies for Mrs. Warruna 10 00 Henry Brauning, supplies for Mr. Dumeyer 12 97 Deeds, 3 A, bounty on scalps 7 00 Blakesley, A H, boarding prisoners. . 30 00 S wager, J H, holding inquest on dead Indian 6 80 Robinson, A, digging grave 5 00 Newell , 0 H. making coffin 8 00 Sweelland A Sheldon, burying 7 00 Haines, 8, uror qn inquest 1 00 Lamberson, HO, " 1 00 Tompkins, 8 F, " 1 00 Watts, WT. ' ....... 1 00 Farr, George, " 100 Watts, J U, f . 1 00 McMana, William, witness, same.... 160 Soderatroni, Fred, aame 160 McBeth, William, same I 60 Lane Bros., lumber, R. D. No. IS. . . . 18 SO Flippin. T J, lumber. R. D. No. 10... 60 26 Tichenor, A M, lumber and spikes, R. D. No. 10 18 00 Parker, D, bounty on scalps. 5 00 Chalmers, J M P, medical attend ance on prisoner 6 00 Boh man. Ole, juror May term 1R04. . . 2 00 Brant, P A, juror May term, 1894 ... 2 00 Watta, J O, annual report school su perintendent 135 50 Bryant. E J. lumber for r d 10 10 00 White. JAW. rubber atamna 2 24 Graham, W L, bounty on acalps .... 4 00 Portland hospital, aupport of Mrs Buckbee fil 00 Malcolm, L A, bounty on scalps 2 00 Perrv. Georee. bountv on scalDS 1 00 Clark, F L, aame , 100 Bryant, K 8, lumber for r d 10...... Flippin, T J, bpunty on aealpa K uli ii, Auguat, bounty on ecalps... Black, Ed, work on bridge in r d 6. Bishop, Frsnk, asms Bauer, H, aaius Morel, Henry, asms......... Llghtloot, Tom, aame Makinater, Charles, same Fowler, Ed, aame...,,.,,,..... .... Link, li, aame 8 0 Ballard. 8 P, work on bridge rd 81... 2 25 Parker, F M, aame 2 25 McNutt Bros, spikes for r d 81.... , .. 76 Glasa 4 Prudhomine, stationery .... 16 76 Nlckerson, K E, work on bridge rd 81 1 60 Lomont, G H, wood for courthouse.. 42 00 Chalmera, J M P, examining insane patient 6 00 Dolnian.WH, courthouse supplies.. 1 15 lttdgway , K. work on bridge r d 81 . . 8 26 Glass & Prudhomine. asaeasor blanks 80 00 Orchaid A Jones, water rent 4 60 Zillgett, F A, nails for r d 16 60 Btriblli g, L, work in r d 27 8 75 Tele, Wm, earns , V 00 Langs, Uuataf, same 4 60 Bouaa, J same ..' 11 25 Watts, W T, lumber, same dUlriet . ., 80 80 Trukoaltz, J, aame 7 18 St Vincent hospital, support of J Green 48 00 McNutt Bros, supplies for VcOul- lough 8 08 McNutt Bros, supplies for E Roberts 1 00 Zillgitt. V A.auppliea for A Kaatl'ck 12 16 Newtb, C H, medical attendance on McOullough 9 00 Zillgltt, F A, supplies for McC.ulougii 6 16 Dolun, John, support of Jaa Moors.. 20 00 White, Isaac, rebate on tax 82 66 Wilcox, Laura, aame 1 00 Campbell, K C, aame 1 00 Meserye, W N , recording and platting roads 40 00 Harvey, A E. bounty on acalps 2 00 Meserve, W N, establishing govern ment corners 80 00 Little. A B. assisting at teachers ex. . 12 01) Cleeton, T J, aame. 12 00 Watts, J O, aame 12 00 White, Martin, county assessor 144 00 Adams, A F, viewer on L. Selgert road 2 00 Ballard, S P, clialnman.aame 2 80 Keyser, Henry, viewer, aame 2 70 Kauttuian, J Y, same . . 2 80 Adama, John, marker, aame 2 30 Kautlman. 8, axman, aame 2 80 Adama. Clarence, chaimnan, asms.. 2 80 Beigert, L. flagman, aame. 2 20 Malcolm, L A, chaimnan on Morgan road 12 40 Holmes, W R, marker same 12 80 Bunier, L F, viewer, same 13 00 Morgan, A, ehainman, aame 12 30 Hudson, J C, viewer, aame 18 00 Wushburn, C 8 R, viewer, aame 12 40 Deiiskt, Joseph, marker on Glenlskl road 2 30 Wlxniawiskl, A. ehainman, same.... 2 00 Glenlskl, V, same 2 00 Wilberding, John, viewer, same 2 00 Miller. William, aame 2 40 Glenlskl, Frank . aame 2 00 Holliday, Asa, ehainman on Callihao road 2 40 Johnaon, John, marker, same road . . 4 40 Holliday, Joseph, ehainman, aame. . . 4 20 Copelaud, Joe, viewer, aame 6 80 Ifaxen, M F, viewer, aame 6 00 Downing, John, viewer, same 6 40 Bidgeway, K axman on Ballard road 10 60 Malinatine, H E, flagman, earns 10 60 Baker, John, axman, aame 4 20 Ada.us, John, marker, aame 10 80 Kevaer, Henry, ehainman, same..... 10 60 Ballard, 811, ehainman 10 50 Kautlman, J Y, viewer, same 10 00 Adams, A F, aame 10 60 Hpencer, Israel, aame 10 60 Meaerve, W N. surveying roads 74 20 Bchonnovrr, 8 G, commlwioner 32 60 Frakes, P A, aame 84 00 Chalmers, J M P, physician on inquest 10 00 CLAT8KANIB COMMENTS. A. F.Myers last Portland this week on Duaineaa. Miss Fannie Burns is now in possession oi s nrat grade certiorate. Several af our citixens are at the county seat in is wees on ouainese. Ed McClure and Joe Dixon went out Monday evening to serve aa jurors this week. A social dance at Marshland last Fatur day evening attracted a few peraona from inis vicinity. R. C. Frits was one amons the distin guished arrivala overland last Friday. He bails from Nehalem bay. Our school clerk haa received the annual spring; apportionment, and has been dis- Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, of Martin's BInff, are spending a lew daya witn tneir aaugn ter, Mra. Frank Merrill, of this place. W. 8. Miller and wife have been ranch ing on the Upper Clatekanie and returned last rrtuay to loox alter ma oiu place. G. W. Badger left with bis family for Portland last week, intending to make that city bis residence lor tne time being. D. Dixon, sr., spent most of laat week in Portland. He brought back witn liira a new "Tiger" mowing machine for use on nis place. Miss Boyle returned Monday evening with ber No. 1 certificate, and proceeded at once to Mist in order to resume her school work next day. A lecture by Rev. White on "Wonders of Uie Nile." is announced for next Satur day evening. The subject suggests a very interesting lecture. Grant Jones had a bear scaln in town last week and bVought a cub aa an addi tional trophy, which Is on exhibition at Merrill's hotel building. B, 0. Frits left us again Monday evening, this time to try business on his own ac count in a mercantile way in East Portland. We wish him success. John Lindgren, of Mist, was compelled to turn over the horses to the care o( some one elae this week and make his way to the county seat to serve as a juror. An entertainment at the school house on Lower Beaver was quite well patronised by persons from this place. After a brief literary and musical program, a supper was aerved, and those who were there de clare that the ladies oi Lower Beavar main tained their reputation for being excellent cooks, Notwithstanding times are not what might be wished, there are not many un employed men about Clatekanie now, and a more hopeful feeling prevails than for the past two years. Money is not very plenti ful, but we have learned to make a little go further, and taking it altogether things might be vastly worse than they are. Pursuant to call a large number of our citixens assembled in Conyers' hall laat Saturday evening to discuss the matter of railroad connection with the Nehalem val ley, and such other matters aa may best bring the rosouroea of this place and vicin ity into prominence. Hon. Norman Mer rill was called to preside, with R. 8. Hat ton as secretary. Several leading citixens gave their views, all agreeing that this place was the most available point aa an outlet for the valley of Nehalem, inasmuch aa an eaay grade at less elevation than any other known route oould be secured, by following np the Clatskanie river. A pre liminary survey was talked of in order that these facta of low elevation and easy grade might be established by figures to the satisfaction of all parties Interested, and this survey will probably be undertaken as soon as the building of the Astoria-Goble road ia under way. In the meantime it was decided to organise a board of trade to look after the interests of this locality, and after such decision the names of twenty six persoos were signed to a roll of mem bership, and a committee of live persona appointed to draft a constitution and rules for the guidance of the board. An ad journment waa then taken until Tuesday evening of this week to hear the report of the committee and elect officers. Another committee was appointed to see others not in attendance, for the purpose of securing them as members. There waa a good deal of enthusiasm manifested with determina tion to work for the interests of Clatekanie and let the world know that here is a place fitted by nature to become one of the lanre cities of the near future. NOTICE. A NOTE for $10.00, given to Thomas Peoples, on November 20th, 1854, bv my minor boy, William fi. Johnston, is null and void. yH, JOHNSTON. al9m!7 Vesper, Oregon, Awarded Highest Honor World'! Pair, Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair. 'DEL mm CREAM MUM HVMM Moet Perfect Made. 40 Years the Standard. NOTICE fOB PUBLICATION. Laiid Orrics, Oaaoos City, 0., May 11, 196. NOTICE la hereby given tbat the following named iwttler has filed notice of hla Inten tion to make final proof In aupport of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the county clerk of Columbia couuty, t8l. Helena, Oregon, on June 22, 1896, viz: Hufui B. KIcGrew, Homestead entry No. MI07, for the east of the northwest lA. and the soutkweat Wof the norlb west of sec. If, township t north, rDg2west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, via: C. F. Fowler, C. W. Kmerson, E. M. Vosberx. and D. R. Fowler, all of Cariiaco, Oregon. m!7J21 Robsbt A. Uiuia, Register. TBEASl'ftfcR'S NOTICE. County Treasurer's Office, St. Helens. Or., May 9, 1895. Notice is her-by given that all Columbia county warrants heretofore presented and endorsed "Not Puid for Want of Funds," up to January 1, 1803, will be paid upon presentation at this office. Interest on the same will not be allowed after this date.. B. M. WH4.RT0N, Treasurer of Columbia County, Oregon. Notice ( Creditor. THE undersigned has assumed and will pay on presentation to her at her res idence, Scappoose, Columbia coantv, Ore gon, all just and legal claims against W. W. West, deceased. Claims must be pre sented within one year from date. Dated April 12, 18(45. al2ml7 MBS. MARIA WE8T. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. NOTICE Is hereby riven that tn pursuance of an order of the County Court of Columbia County, State of Oregon, duly made on the 6lh day of May, A. D., 1KV5, In the matter of the es state of B. V Hunter, deceased. The undersigned administrator will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cosh, gold coin, f twenty per ceut of the bid payable at the said time of sale, and the balance upon confirmation of the sale) and subject to confirmation by said court, on Saturday, the 6th day of July, A. D., lbM, at 1 o'clock P. JJ. of that day, at the court house door, at St. Helens, in said County and Bute, all the light, title aud Interest that the said estate haa by operation of law or otherwise acquired, other than or in addition to that of the aald B. 9. Hunter at the time of hla death, of, In and to all of those certain lots, pieces and parcels of real estate situate lying and being in said County and State, and particularly described as follows, to-wit: The north oue-half of the following described tract to-wlt: The west of the south east yi, the northeast of the southwest . and lota Nos. 4, t and of section 24, towiunip 4 north, range 2 west, in Columbia Couuty, Ore gon, containing in the whole tract one hundred and lifty-nlne and forty-seven one-hundredtbs acres, more or less, the aame being known as the homestead claim of A. Neer. Also all of the following-described tract of land to-wit: Being 136 acres, more er less, of the J. H. Jonea dona tion land claim, lying and being on the Jones creek In township 8 north, range I west and townthlpS north, range 2, west of the Willam ette Meridian, and being on the bank of the Co lumbia river, aud a part of the donation land claim formerly owned by John H. Jonee, and being further described in bis plat in the land office in Oregon City, which snid part of said donation laud claim Is bounded as follows, to wit: On the east by the Columbia river, on the north by J. C. Uilhreath's south line, on the west by the west line of said donation land elalm of J. H. Jonea. and on the south by a ph-ret fence (in part) running to Jones creek; thence down said creek to the Columbia river, it being the portion of the said douation land Claim formerly owned by F. A. Fowler. Dnted May 16, 181)5. W. O. CONNELL, Administrator of the estate of 8. F. Hunter, deceased. m!7jl4 Petition for Liquor License. To the Honorable County Court ot Columbia County, Oregon : We, the undersigned legal voters, residing In Scappoose precinct, Columbia couuty, state of Oregon, would respectfully petition your Hon orable body at its next adtourned term, which will be held on Jnne 1st, 189A, in the court house, in the city of St. Helens, Columbia county, Ore gon, that a license be granted to F. H Bwnger to sell spirituous, vinous aud malt liquors, in quanlitiea less than one gallon, in Scappoose precinct, and that such license be Issued for a period of six months, for all of which yourpe iltionera will ever pray: W T Freeman, D K V V . T t . . T 1 U .... I 1. . u u uiwi, mu.11 lit. 1 iu. uuuce.j , . . 8tevene, Q Neumann, H H Mullina, ) l Morgan, J O Allen, Charles Allen, Joseph Carth. John uj xi a. . 1 .. : 1 it.... 11 ..... it.. 1 i t v. . . ii' e- Callahan, Rob McKay, J Johnson. P Jonnxon, W J Enrlert. Oustave Lanre. F H Adama. G Lafabar, J 8 Vancleave, John Bchmitke, Gus usiDye. jonn atsenoiaiier, ueo vonans, inic Moser, Lndwlg Strippling. 8 Neumann, Wm Wolf, John Bads told, Thoa Grant, W Tela. H Bar tel. Geo Grant, Henry Potter, A Johnson, J Zeismann, Ch Schunemann, J B Duncan, S Haines, C F McNeal, O D Garrison, E H Lynch, J 8 Soarks. H W White. W T White. Wm Mc- Mains, Geo Antrim, C Rabinsky, Geo W Ram sey, L Brown, G Lynch, W V Piper. Thoa A Clon lnger, F 8 Gllnleoki, Fred Kammeyer, J Q Tompkins, John M Gove, W Anderson, J L Piper, N H McKay, L O Baxter. SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for voiumoia iouwy. P. A. NELSON, Plaintiff, 1 LOUVI8A C? NELSON, Defendant.) To Lou visa C Nelson, the above named defend ant: TN THE NAME OF THE 8TATK OF OREGON A You are herebv reouired to annear In the above named Court and cause and answer the complaint filed against you therein, on or before the first day ot the next term of said Court fol lowing the explraUon of the time prescribed in the order for publicaUon of thia Summons upon you, which said first day of the next regular term of said Court is Tuesday. May 14th, 1899, and if you so fail to appear and answer on or oeiore saia aate, uie piainun win apply to ine Court tor a decree therein for the relief prayed contract and obllgatiens now existing between yourseu ana saia piainun oe aissoivea ana an nulled: that DlaintilT have decreed to him the care and custody of the minor children of aald parties mentioned and described in said com plaint, and for auch other relief aa may be equiiaoie. This Summons Is published in Thi Orxsoh Mist by order ef Hon. T. A. McBride, made Anrll 3d. 189A. directing nublieatlon thereof for six successive weeas. Dated April 3d, mi. CAPLKH A T.T,EN. e5ml7 Attorneys lor Plaintiff. SHERIFF'S SALE. BV VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION, AND order of sale, to me duly directed. Issued out 01 ana unaer me seal 01 toe circuit court 01 the State of Oregon, for the Countv of Multnomah. dated the 22nd day of April. 1891V, upon a judg ment enrolled and docketed therein on the lath day ot February, 1801, in favor of G. Arata, do ing oiisiness uuoer tnc name 01 u. Arata n Co., and against M. Besendorf and Valentine, part ners under the name of M. Besendorf 4 Co., for the sum of Nine Hundred Fiftv-elght and 53 100 (ltf.W.52) Dollars, together with interest there on at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from the 13th day of February, 1894, and the further sumof S31.90, costs and disbursements, and re quiring me to make sale of the real property attached in said action on the 17th day of Jan uary, 1894, to-wlt: The southwest i of the aouthwest wof section twenty-three (28), town ship three (3) north, range two (2) west of Will amette Meridian, situated in the county of Co lutnbla. State of Oregon. I duly levied on the said real estate on the 7th day of May, 1895, and will, la compliance with the oominands of said writ, ou Saturday, the 8th day of June, 1895, at the front door of the county court house, in St. Helens, In the County ot Columbia, Slat of Oregon, at the hour of ten o'clock in the fore noon of said day, sell at public auction, subject to redemption, to the highest bidder for cash, in hand, all the right, title and interest which the above-named defendant, M. Besendorf, had ou the 17th day of January, 1894, or haa since had In and to the above-described real property, to satisfy said judgment, execution, Interest, cost and disbursements, nad the costs of aud upon said writ. Witness my hand this 9th day of May, 1895. I C. F. DOAN. ml7 Sheriff of Columbia County, Oregon, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT There has just been received a large assortment of pure and freh drug, patent medicines, etc. Also numerous other articles which are found In all first-class , drug stores. Remember that the place to buy your drugs ia at a drug store. SAINT HELENS DRUG STORE - - - TOILET ARTICLES - - - This honse also carries a very Inrge assortment of fancy notions, consisting of toilet articles such aa perfumery, soaps, tooth-brushes, tooth-powders, and in ' fact all articles included in that line. Also writing paper and school supplies. PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED DAY OR NIGHT A competent pharmacist la always on hand ready to compound prescriptions on short order. Mr. Ross is ever watchful of the public's demands, and you will always find what you want at bis establishment, . DR. EDWIN MAIN STREET EW GOODS. EW PRICES. DART & I'UESH GROCERIES SHOES, AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES. j HATS AND ClPsj MUGKBB BROS MANUFACTURERS Rough and Dressed Lumber of ST. HELENS. : Clatskanie Drugstore " PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED AT ALL HOURS Patent Medicines, Prescription Drugs, Toilet Articles, Fancy Motions, etc. The tables are always supplied with the Best Edibles and Delica cies the market afTords. TERMS REASONABLE FOR REGULAR BOARDERS Having been newly refurnished we are prepared (0 give satisfac '. tion to all our patrons, and solicit a ehnre of your patronage. J. GEORGE, Proprietor, St. Helens, Oregon GEORGE RIEPHOF'S Rheumatic Remedy a Permanent Cnre This Remedy Properly Taken will Cure any Rheumatic Case. St. George's RHEUMATIC BITTERS, , la a Bitters specially manufactured to aid those afflicted with Rheumatism. It gives tone to the stomach and purifies the blood better than any other bitters known. For Sale by all Leading Druggists or Address "G. E." P. O. box 663, Astoria, Oregon or PETER BRACH, General Agent, marl-tim 437 Commercial street, Astoria, Oregon. TelephoueNo. 24. L. ....-.........J......,., 1 j for Infants and Children. HIRTT yrnn' esse rratteos ot CaatearU wtth thi patreMg. ef million, of pegsama, psnrsnit n to apeejr, of It wKhesaS STMlnsr. It ts smqnttoMSibly tho ham remedy tor Ifturt mod Children fh world lusa oror known. It U hmrmloem. Children. Bhs It. It arlT thorn fceaJth. It wffl t their Mt h In tt Mother. hm.v suMsaetMnax which fa ah.olntoly .nfo mnd ymctleally yjearfeet a., a : . eMM'i modlolno. Caetorin, deartray Warns Csatorln nllny. Iwreaisnnaes, Caatorin proront. Tomltinsr Sonr Cnrd. Caatorto enras) IMnrrhasn and Wind Colle. Castorln reJloraa Toothing Trochlea Castorla cnre. Constipation and Flntnleatery, Caatoxia BontrnUaea tho offoot. of oarhonlo siold mmm tit pelaonon. lr. CaetorU dope not contain morphlno, oplnm, or other nareotlo yrop.rty. Cnsrtanrin. aeelmllmto. tho food, regelates 'tho .teamen and powefla, tiring healthy and nntnral sloop. Court orla fa pnt wp ta ono-afao hottloa only. It ia not .old ha hnlfc. . Don't allow amy one to Mill yon anything oho on tho pi or promise that it fa "turn a. good" and "will answer otptt ynrpooo," Boo that yon get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A. Tho fno-sdnsilo sngantnro of Children Cry for ROSS, Prop. ST. HELENS, OREGON "3 SPRING GOODS Must arrived. MUCKLE, Furnishing Goods, DART & MUCKLE, j St. Helens, Oregon. OF AND DEALERfl IN Every Style, Grade and Yariety OREGON the Place to Your Frosh Medicines DR. J. E. HALL, Proprietor "SVCUtskani., Oregon --jar-" 1 Pitcher's Castorfa.