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SUBSCRIPTION, $1.60 PER YEAR. BEECUJS ft DAVIS, Publisher. T. HRLENi, OREHON, JUNE C8. Orcfon Pitas Association. Tb ninth annual meeting of th Oregon Praia Association ii b.reby called to meet hi tba city ol Newport on Saturday, July SOtb, 1896, at 8 o'clock p. m. All arrange ment! have been made for hotel accommo dation! for the press, and the general pro gramme of the amilon U being prepared by tba executive committee, E. L. E, White, chairman, Portland. Those desiring trans portation should notify the president not later than July IStb, Association papers pleas copy this notice. J. R. Bssqls, President. Emcocbaok every public or private enterprise in your community if it ia i legitimate nature. Everything along the line of auch industry build up your community and aca tiers few dollars. Tub Republican National League Da Held Its meeting and adjourned. The election of officers waa about the only business transacted, in fact that waa about all the business there waa to transact. TBI sentiment in opposition to ap propriations out of the general funds for the support of sectarian institu tion is growing rapidly all over the United State as well a in Oregon. The time ia not far distant when a man will no longer be taxed against hi will to contribute toward an insti tution which is only a money-making scheme for some one else, and from which the man taxed receives not one cent benefit. diction over this waterway neither ha Washington, and if neither state has jurisdiction from whom come author' ity to punish violations of the law? it possible that a state ia Riven the constitutional right to make laws for the regulation of traffic, upon its pub lic highways, and yet ha not author ity to enforce those law.T A littl common sense should be brought forth in the premises and a more liberal disposition shown toward our courts in their attempt to uphold the constitution as well as to execute the law laid down in our statute books for the protection of the fishing in dustry, which is the common heritage ol all our people. TBS NATION'S BIRTHDAY. Before another week rolls around the American nation will have cele brated its 119th birthday. Next Thursday is the Fourth of July; the day when American patriotism is, or should be, at its highest point; when the American people with one com mon impulse band themselves together in the different communities, towns and hamlets to do honor to the mem ory of those by whose great wisdom patriotism and forethought, laid the foundation for the greatest nation On the globe. On that day American heart beat for but one religion., one people and one country. While it is true the conditions of today are not what they have been in year past, it is also true that our condition might be worse, indeed time appear to be steadily improving. The free ceople of America as compared with those of foreign lands have every reason to feel proud, especially proud, on this 119th anniversary of the nation's birth, for the neld, the meadow and the orchard give promise of an abundant harvest, Then let ns all mingle together in our several localities on next Thursday and sing praises to the memory and perpetuity of the nation of nations. Af exchange say that among those who need more religion are) the men Who let their horse stand out in the tain all day without a blanket, the man who growl when his wife asks him for money, the preacher who is always looking for an easior place at a higher salary, the man who walks the street with his hands in his pocket while hi wife carries the baby, and the man who say he can't afford to take bis home paper. Thb Mibt. without exception, haa corp of the best correspondent the county, which is evidence of the fact that they are interested, soul and mind, in helping this paper to reach that degree of perfection in the pect of county news which it strives to attain, and make it the paper of the county and for the people. Thb Mist can always be found the important happening of the county, all due to the efforts of our corp able correspondents. Wl heard a gentleman remark not long since that when hard times struck the average citizen the first thing he did was to stop his paper, and the next waa to take his children from the school, and next to quit paying the preacher, and thus imagine that he was practicing economy; and that is very near the troth. Great economy, isn't itT Kill off the preacher, the teacher and the newspaper, the great factor in the intellectual and moral life of any community, and then imag ine that such was economy. Thb editor of the Sentinel, who few week ago went out of his way and voluntarily took up the quarrel of another against this paper, preeum ably to accomplish a purpose which materialised hist Sunday, ia now down on his knees yelling "enough !" after Thb Mist had only time to expose just a few of his unmanly traits of character. From newspaper, political and matrimonial flopping the poor thing is panting for another tnrn at the rubber nipple, and since "it" haa called "time" Thb Mist will withhold a part of the interesting pedigree of this wooly apbis for the future. Thbbb is no livelier competition ex isting in any line of business in the state of Oregon than at present pre vails in the steamboat traffic on the Columbia and Willamette rivers, fares are low, freight rales are low, traffic is light, and the right to exist is closely contested by not only a few but a large number of fleet and com modious steamers. It is, indeed, cause for wonderment that such a number of steamers can afford to ply perpetu ally at such close intervals, especially so when the prevailing rates, con rected with such lively competition, are taken into consideration. If the supreme court would take time to confirm the sale of the Oregon Pacifio, which, no doubt, it will do, finally, a large number of unemployed people would be given employment that are today, and for several months have been, idle. True, it is a hardship on former employes of the road to dis count their tiraechecks, but it would be better that way than to never get anything, besides further cripple the already practically ruined property. Una uregon JPaciBc is almost beyond ressurrection, and should it agsin go back into the control of the former stockholders the employes will never get one cent, and the property will be worthless, nnouia the sale be con firmed and Mr. Hammond jcome into possession of the property extensive improvements would at once be in' augurated and the road placed in con dition to yield a profit on the invest ment. Thb newspapers of Washington do not take kindly to the action of Fish Commissioner McGnire, of Oregon, in causing the arrest of trap men who are residents of Washington for viola tion of the Oregon laws governing fishing on the Columbia river. The aforesaid newspapers evidently have not read up on the question of con current jurisdiction as handed dowu by the courts in other states ; indeed tbey seek to imply that the Columbia river is not a part and parcel of the United States or of a state, and that upon its waters persons from any part of the world may engage in any busi ness they choose without being amen able to our laws or under the juris diction of ouf civil authorities. Theu If the courts of Oregon have no juris According to the Astoriao the Asto ria railroad project is now in readiness for Mr. Hammond to take up the work of construction. A committee of twen ty four of Astoria's leading capitalists have guaranteed the remainder of the subsidy and right-of-way in com pi i ance with Mr. Hammond's own re queat. And now, after all these months of anxiety and labor by the citizens of Astoria one thing yet re mains to be seen, whether or uot Mr. Hammond will make his part of the Contract good by commencing the con struction of the road. The people of Astoria nave a great deal of confidence in big good intentions and financial aDiuty to ouim the road. The case now rests with him, and should be not come to the front very soon, snd proceed to do something he cannot long retain the confidence of those who have trusted him to snch an ex tent. Like the people of Astoria, we believe Mr. Hammond means busi ness, and if he does a very few days more will demonstrate the fact. JrDGB McBrids's instructions to the grand jury in Astoria last week seems to have reached the mark for which they were intended. The sub sequent arrests for operating traps during the Sunday close season has brought the arrogant fish trap men to a stern realization cf the law's maeni' tudu.and that it cannot be transgressed ith impunity. The trapmen are now very careful about operating on Ban aay, especially white the grand jury is in session, and also declare they will take the case to the United States dis trict court and have' already employed counsel to do so. In the meantime the question of concurrent jurisdiction will stand as laid down by Judge Mc Bride in bis instructions to the grand jury last week, and violations of the law committed south of low water mark on the Washington side will be punishable by the courts of Oregon. A BUGGE8TION. Editors Mist: l'lrave publish in your valuable paper th following suggestiuns: To the Honorable County Court ol Co- iuiiidib county I Gentlemen After talking with many on the subject, I am satisned that it is the opinion of nine-tenths of the voters snd taxpayers of this county thai if your Hon orable boily frel tlint yon are by law Justi fied In providing a deputy for our cotintv clerk, tlint in these times, when all kinds or help is cheaper than ever before, and taxes harder to pay. you should not pay Kiich deputy much more than a private in dividual would pay for an equal service. Mow, it is a well-known fact that ex-clerks have secured their deputies for about 130 mon in, ana i nave never tioaiM but Der that they (tare satisfaction to employer and lont l l den- uty Is as efficient and obliging an we need. nublio. While I. and those with whom have talked, believe that the nresenl di I know that it is the general opinion that sufficiently competent one can be secured for one-hull the money paid him. Hence, as tha contract with the nreaent deimtv for the year is about to expire, on behalf of interested taxpayers. 1 would call your at' tentioa to the matter, and suirgeai that If the position be let to the loweat competent miner, mat it wouiu save to tne tainavers of this county at least BVW per year on' the one omee. l nave been booms: that others, bv petition, or otherwise, would, before mis, nav oaiiea your attention to the mat ter, and especially as the taxpayers ere gen erallv eammir Inaa than ever ru.fnr ih.v should not be asked to pay two dollars where one might serve the nurnose. is the feelin oi many, rjesiaes yours, w. v. ussb. We do not agree with Mr. Case that competent deputy could be secured for half the amount now paid. True, the deputy should be secured as cheaply as possib's, consistent with competency and trustwor thiness. But efficiency should be the first aim in securing a deputy, for without effi ciency the deputy would be a very dsn bargain if he worked for nothing. Again, it is not practicable to let a position of that kind to the lowest "competent" bidder, for who M to be the judge of "competency,1 the bidder himseH or the clerk, in fact, who is under heavy bonds for faithful perform ance of his official duties, and also respon sible for the acts of his deputy. Since the clerk is responsible for the acts of tbls dep uty, is it not right that he should use his own judgment in selecting his subordinate 1 Mr. Case says that former clerks have se cured a deputy for J30 per month. This may have been true a good many years sgo when there was not so much business ssat present, but Mr. E E. Quick is suthor- lty for the statement that during his las two terms as clerk his average deputy hire amounted to $120 per month, or 136.67 more than is now paid. The records and docu ments of a county are complicated and re quire a man who has had experience In clerical work to handle them, for upon the accuracy and efficiency of the county clerk depends ths welfare of the county. The court records are valuable and unless prop erly kept the county would be reduced to ruin, hence efficiency should be the first consideration in selecting deputies as well as the principals. Get them cheap if possible, but by no means overlook the most import ant point of all efficiency. QtJlJiCY ITUM9. A Political Flopper. I learn that Hon. (?) R. H. Mitchell, "late lamented" editor of the "Argus", has leased the "Nehalem Journal ' for an indefinite period, or 'till he starves to death, and will revive that paper. What is bothering me most jtist now what will be the political faith of the " Journal?" During the three years that I have been in the county Mitch ell has been a republican, a democrat, prohibitionist and a populist. He was first a republican to enable him to hold down a job on the "Hillsboro Independent . a democrat to hold position on the "Hillsboro Democrat", a prohobitionist to secure the patron age of the I. O. G. T. lodge, and a pop ulist to induce the populists of this county to start him in the newspaper business st Hillsboro. Say, what is be, anyway? Searchlight, Nov. 28, 1894. The pnncipal reason fur republish ing this is to show the last turn of this political "weathercock. The "Nehalem Journal", which Mr. Mitchell started off with such a blare of trumpets, and which was so in tensely democratic, has suspended pub lication, and bis "nibs" is now running tns "sentinel", the official organ of the populists of Columbia county. May tiod help and protect the pop ulists of our sister county on the north. is my humble prayer. The Cornelius Searchlight, (pop) June 19, 1895. Summer has come again. Mr. D. J. Barnes spent a few davs in As toria last wees. Mr. Martin White and Mr. O. W. Barnes spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Everybody and their wires are stavine st home to watch the bees and attend to the hay. Mr. Lillich. we are sorrv to sav. is not improving very rapidly, but we hope he win soon get wen. Uauc; v is eoine to celebrate in arand style. The committee on grounds have our grove in very good condition. Charley Lowe, of Portland, came down with the sheep-shearers to visit relatives ae returned on friday last. Mr. Overly and family returned to their noma at tins place irom Astoria, where tney nave Deen spending the spring. The school st this place closed the 21st of this month. We are sorry to see Miss John leave here, and hope she will be with us again in the near future. - Remember there will be no Sunday school next HtinilAV mm tne ree-iilarmiarter v meet ing is to he held at uiauicame. and the peo ple want to go and near tne Presiding ilder and Rev. Moore preach. MARRIED. BEEBK-LAMBERSON At the Oriental hotel, in St. Helens. Monday, June 24, ibho, Dy itev. unpen Mctiroy, Mr. J. JS, Bee be and Miss Addie Lamberson. MITCHELL-8CHOONOVER At Pitts- bur. Oregon. Sunday. June 21, 1693, B. H. Mitchell and Miss Emma Ucboonover. Real Estate Transfer. Bartlett T. Harris to John T. Loran. nU oi w ana ly, oi nwt, sec B, I a n, r 0 w. w. jl. convers ana wue to Mrs. Louise '. Meserve. lot 64. Maple cemeterv. sec 17. 7 n, r 4 w ; $6.50. 8. A. Field and wife to Virginia M. Pat terson and Anna S. Hickox, undU of e of eH and swi of neJi and se of nw, section 26, and m4 of swi, sec 25, 1 6 n, r w; mi. Albert A. Mesd to L. E. snd J. B. Wilkes rW, sec 28, 1 4 n, r4 w; (50. Paul Knoll Schmidt etal to Mary Schmidt. X of neii. sec 16, 1 7 n, r 8 w Mary Se same. 11. fary Schmidt et al to Mary Schmidt, ne. United States to Francis M. Warren anrl wife, donation land claim No. 42. St. Helens Will Celebrate 4 -- JULY - 4 'v-)'V4 Foot Races Baseball Games Greased Pig Tug of War Plenty to eat T. J. CLEETON, Orator. Well, wbst if ths government is building stone nier nesr Grav Qubles? Isn't Qrmv vrauiea nr. viereiana s summer resiaence, and doesn't Mr. Cleveland own the govern ment? Let unreasonable people answer these questions, then we'll ask some mors. Ridgefleld Band Bring your mothers, sisters, wives, daughters snd sweethearts to St, Hel ens on July Fourth to hear The Eagle Scream Grand Ball lo tlie Even! ag. SIM MON S VREQUIAT0R7 Reader, did you ever take Simmons LIVKR ItRQUUtTOR, the "KlNO OF Livbb Medicines t " Everybody needs take a liver remedy. It is a sluggish or diseased liver that impairs digestion and causes oonatlpatkm, when the waste that should DO carried on remains in the body and poisons the whole system. That dull, heavy feeling; ia due to a tnrnid liver. Biliousness. Headache, Malaria and Indigestion are all liver diseases. Keep the liver active oy an occasional dose of Simmons Liver Reg ulator and vou'll srot rid of these trou hlos. and rive tone to the whole sys tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver Remilator is BETTKS THAN FILLS. It does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly refreshes and strengthens. Every package lias the Red Z stnniD on the wrapper,. J. H. Zeilln & Co., Philadelphia. TKKAt Kh NOTIVti. County Treasurer's Orrics, St. Helens. Or.. June 21, 1895. Notice is hereby given that all Columbia county warrants nereiotore presented auo endorsed "Not Paid for Want of Funds," up to January 11. 1M, will be paid upon presentation at this otllee. Interest on the same will not be allowed after this date. tUilft K. M. WHAKTUN. Treasurer of Columbia County, Oregon. Notice of Final Settlement. TOTICE is hereby given that the under- XI signed Keceiver, in tne suit oi Aioeri Michael against 11. U. Knyart and K. K. Spencer, has filed in theothoeof the County Clerk for Columbia county, Oregon, his final account snd report.and that the udte of the Circuit court for ssid County snd State, has appointed Saturday, July 13th, 1885. at 10 o clock A. M. of that day, and the courtroom of said court, at St. Helens, Oregon, as the tims and plnce for hearing and settling said account, at which time and place any person interested mav appear and contest the same. E. K. QUICK, Keceiver in suit ol iuichael vs. spencer S Envsrt. Uiul2 E. WEAVER. Hair-Catting Shaving NEATLY DONE. Clean Towels and Quick Woik YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED ST. HELENS, : ; : OREGON FOR PORTLAND, DAILY. , -TIAMB- Young America WILLAMETTE SLOUGH Leavset. Helens.. m S Arrlvs at Portland 'S' o u Lea vs Portland. : Arrive at St. Helens 0:00 P M rHG ta CUR T. Will Carry Nothing but Passengers and Fast Freight. During the summer season, or as long as the water remains high enough, this boat will make two trips each week up Scappooss bay on Tuesdays aim r nuays. JAMES GOOD, Master. B. B. QUICK, Commissioner of Deeds lor Washington 0. W. COLB, , , , Notary PublK Cole & Quick St. Helens, Oregon PROPRIETORS OP "Thorn's Numerical System Title Abstracts" -FOR- Columbia - County, - Oregon TITLES Essmlned and abstracts furnished. Will ettend to matters before trie Hoard f Kqtiallsatlon; payment of taxis, etc. Real KstHle. Conveyancing, aud Insurance, sud Loans negotiated. -TUE- BANQUET SALOON tied under the msnsgement A. BRINN, corner of Htisnd and Cowllts Streets. 8t. Helens, Oregon. snd Cowllts blreeta. (St. Helens, Oregon, where can be found the choicest brands of WINE AND LIQUOR Card tables. dooI tnble. billiard table and other devices for the entertainment of ytmU rons, where time can be pleaaanuy spent. LEONARD HUFF & CO., Commission Merchants SWAGER'9 OLD STAND. A general asortnient of feed kept on hand ana sola at tne lowest prices FOR CASH. Undertaking Goods FCBNIBHED ON SHORT NOTICE. St. Helens, : . ; Oregon. JUSTOUT. ill's New American Polygraph An indispensible companion to every merchant, clergyman and lawyer in the land. If you have copying to do, write at once inclosing 4 cents in stamps for particulars. Agents wauted. Liberal discount. Address, W. H. BAUMANtf, Gen'l. Agt. U. 8. A. P. O. Box 67. Mariana, 111. Sunny Banks Stock Farm H. WEST.Prop'r. Importer and Breeder ofjmproved IK er White HOGS. Unlike the old time Chester White Hogs, the improved stock are short, chunky, snd mstnre quick sua fatten readily at any age. (ALL STOCK BEQISTERED ) Farm One Mile From Scappoose. Intending purchasers are invited to cull and see my stock. Ail cor respondence promptly answered. H. SCAPPOOSE, WEST, OREGON, PEOPLE DESIROUS OF BUYING JEWELERY Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Etc. Would de well to order from G. HEITKEHPER The Portland Jeweler, Corner of Third and Morrison. I Yon will lave at least 2S per cent, snd get good goods. PltiooDdo, wutchea, illverwure, optical Kwus, ic i our wrreaponaence IN aoiMMtea. FAMOUS FIRE LADDIE CIGARS - Betides other popular brands, are kept constantly on hand to supplv the Inert' a-ed trade at this very popular saloon. THg FAMOUS CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY 18 KEPT AT TUB BANQUET. P ATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY SPRING AND SUMMER 1895 OUR THIRD SPECS AI SALE 8lnoe Removing to Our New 8tore Kvsry Stall War rain 14 mm ! Celebrate Albany Waolen mills Taa sinters an maun f act n red an an wst Premiss. l$7.55l 3 FOR A 3SUIT MEN8' All-Wool Suits TWELVM Patlsras, lacla atag Bias aa lack CauHtseis. THEY ARE 1 J Areiti Albany Woolen Mills 4 ' 81-83 Third St., Cor. Oak, J. M. HOYER & CO., a Wholesale and Retail Clothiers 01101013 JiKAJSTDS OF Wines, Liquors, and Cigars CAN AT ALL TIMES BE FOUND AT THE MODEL SALOON, J. 8. CLOXINGEB, PROPRIETOR, : t . 1 ! ST. 11ELEN8. 0REQ0K Famniis Fire Laddie Gears Kent Constantly on Hand. ONLY PLACE IN THE CITY WITH POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES Welnhnrd's Beer 5 Cents. ST, HELENS EXCHANGE Mr. Thomas Cooper has Just opened op bis new and elegant barroom In Bl. lielsns,. where can cunalanUy b (oiind th famous PRIDE OF KENTUCKY WHISKEY Also best Brands Domestic and Key West Cigars. MR. COOPER IS ALWAYS GLAD TO WELCOME 1113 OLD FRIENDS TO HIS PLACE OF BUSINESS. ST. HELENS LIYERY STABLES TH08. COOPER, Proprietor. Horses Boarded and Cared For, TURNOUTS ON SHORT NOTIOI. 8T. HELENS, OREGON Steamer Mascot FASTEST And Most Comfortable Dally Steamer Between St. Helens and Portland LCAVCS St. Helens 6:30 A M LSAVU Portland at 8 P M ABKIVtS At Portland 10 A M ARM VIS At 8t Helens 6PM DAK.Y EXCEPT SUNDAY Right Reserved to Cbange Tint with out Notice. LEWIS RIVER TRANSPORTATION CO-. Portland Landing Foot of Alder Street. Steamer Bailey Gatzert IN FLACK OF BTR. TELEPHONE. Columbia River A Puget Sound NT. Co. Aldib St. Dock PORTLAND AND AHTOHIA P. M. Round trip ttckfits all local point snd "wn. S"V4 i-uriiiie. e. A. oiituti, Agent. u. 8. SCOTT, Pre. -THB- Splendid, Young Norman Horse CHICKEN Misiaa pays If you use the Pttaltm locn baton Braotlen. Matt money while others are wanting time by old processes. .suaiojrieiiSa... muoui It, and describes every uricie Decora tor poultry business. The "ERIE" mechanically th best .wheel. Prettiest model. We are Pacific Coast Agents, lilcvcl cats. ioau,malledTre.KiTt ftlll deirl nl tmi tiHi tn iacmim PETALOMA DfCVBATOS CO., Vetalama.CaL Baaacst Itouaa, 131 8 ilsla St., Lo Aug-ele. I lint iKPm I I mwmm Will Make the Season of 1800 as Follows At Charles Hackle's Farm on Deer Island, Columbia County, Oregon. Terms, Insurance $10 TEM PEST Is a tuantlfnl Hark I mn a sixteen hands high; nine years old : weiirhs lttK) pounds, with fine stvl. tiica move- muscular nient. and second to power and durability. i He was sired hv Ynnn Rn iri... k. old Brron Kler. ImiMiriait anrf i... "'K'"""1', ivenm, lows. Tempest s dam was sired bv Old Tempest, a iiorinan horse owned by J. Downs, Iowa. lLJar iff i . A wiiAa. mucivLt:, uwner. ST. HELENS St. Helens, EXCHANGE. Oregon THE JOSEPH KELLOGG & COMPANY'S RIVER STEAMER alt, i iiTiM' STR aOSBPH KBLLOQQ -FOR PORTLAND- Lesves Kelso Mondays, Wednesdays, snd Fridays st 5 o'clock a. m. Leaves Portland Tuesday, Thursday snd Saturday at 6 o'clock a. m. ASTORIA AND OLATSKANIE. STEAMER BAR AH DIJCON, Gr. M. Bhayer, Master. Leaves Portland, foot of Wsslilnctoa street, for Astoria. Rnndav mnrnlnv at .'iv.j, nmmcniDj, ami rrinar evening at 7:su odors, Kelurnina, l.av btirsday and Saturday evenings stfl. Astoria Monday morning at 6 o'clock Tuesday, f I STEAMER O. W. SHAVER. Dell Shaver. Master. leaves Portland, foot of Wahlnlon street, for Clatskanls and way landings, lfon , nran, una r riuaf mornings aiuociocK, ana return to fort dav Thursdays and Saturdays. NHAVRR TH Aa TORT ATIO 1 land Tuoedays, COnPANT. oria-A.isri2ijH3rD. THE SOUTH CENTRAL CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINING & MILLING CO (IMUDHFUUATJUU) CAPITAL STOCK - - $2,000,000. haras ai.00 each, tall Paid ana NaaAabl (Issued In payment for the Company' Mines. ) TREASURY RESERVE-STOCK, $300,000. Owns a Rich Group of Ten Gold Mines f Laeat.4 la Car an mining District. Owyhas County, Idaho; a district which has produoal OVER 840,000,000.00 Gold r Oi riCKHS AND IIH;JTORft ZF!dVrf:01 .H' sanlta!! and real wute owner; eo4 of w. H. Urolhora A u., roofert, Ht. Louta. s-rsas-i;apt. j. a. ware, railroad contractor, Ht. Utile. u', t i mf- Y "! V-1- w'r?"6 Inveatroent brokers, -I.'.ifV1"' ,lipdsnt , BSJiksr's PublMiltia Co., and irfdnt Outr an U Loan A MorlsitKe Co. ecriaryWm. 'llrre. of Wm. Tlrrs A Sons, snd Tlrrs Coal C, St. Loul; alao prealdent Prince Arthur Muilus Co., sold mines. A.M Kecjr-B. A, Wertie. chlar W. K. nsrnae A Co., HL Louis: slsa Kr7dter,;ecb'1,lll,',, Cft' tnd ""ttn, ""n-Guaranty VaH."-Phn ""or, ClevsUnd, 0. i It RHOA DEi. of Hhoadna, Kennsi A Hneiice. Uartford Cllv Ind 'WW&WZW. WWctoH, at ,srff-7i,.tiiy.,x mokw IHEJinm ABB PHODVCERS aad will ka WSHKEB far DIVIDENDS. 125 CENTS A SHARR Certala to sdvanos and yield tan to hundred fold on ths par. 1525.00 Cash Buys 8200.00 Fall Paid Stof.k. and In thst proportion mors or lew, ' , saw la the tlma ta bt siss tm mads thrown bank oV maaa. Xi'ir '7 ?L.w?Le.-,..SJ'T 1 . uiiviHuui wiin nuuiiCBiiun. iiMHu.H.tl. . j . , " . . v aioua Willi rVLflllll'KltUU. II I n?.r..T m il 'o '' rure, a..,, c.alral alaa.aH iZltm i. """. T" Tl' "an ! Caatat at a.aalsf Mleaaavl, ... . Jaallatl 0aM v. rca SWaf., .