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K. or P. Ball at Rahuir. There w,Ub?.' rnd bftU S'ven ' IUInler on rnuay, uototier lo, 1805, under the usptoos of lUlnior lodge, Knighti of Pythias. Tickets, Including supper, prw uu sale at Hie iow price 01 f 1. Tll Rainier Knights never do anything uj pi.ce mem, ana tiiue who attend the masquerade ball will antov It. Muilo will be furnished by the Port- ou jyiposwon oronastra. Vwr Low Watkb. The water In Lewis and Lake rlvori it so low that (or iome time the tteamer Masont hat been unable to ascend the former and only with the greatest difficulty bat he reached Ridsefleld on the latte", always coming- baok to the month of ne river and proceeding up the Uo lumbla instead of patting out thromgh 1'aohelor slough. The little tteamer Kagleite hat been doing the Lewie river tervice. connecting at the mouth of the river with the Mascot. Lett Monday the ateamer El wood, which it of much lighter draught, waa put on the route In place of the Maadot, the latter taking the run between Portland nd Vanoouver temporarily. Nw Road 8i)KVY-8urveyor Met- erve returned laat Tuetday from Soap pooae, where ha bad been for ten daya patt surveying out a new roaa irom that plaoe to Vernonla. or rather connecting link between two pieces of road already opened from either end of the route. The new survey making the connection Is 11 miles in length nd the dittanoe between Bcappoote nd Vernoaia over the new survey is S6 miles. The road lollows the di Tiae between North and South Soap pooae oreeks the entire dittanoe to the summit of the mountain, and at no Slace on the 11 miles utt surveyed oes the grade exceed 10 per cent. On the road leading out of Scappoose climbing the mountain the grade la very heavy, but it la believed some changes can be made that will greatly relieve it. The new route will furnish an outlet for a number of aettlers on t be west end. An Imtbrb0Timq Hbshiob. The reg ular October term of the circuit court for Columbia county convenes here on the 16th of the present month, and promisee to be an interesting teuton, There are two murder trials on the docket. George Upton, who killed Do Journette near McGrew's landing some eight years ago, la now la Mult nomah oounty'a tail awaiting trial on an Indiotment for murder la the lint degree, and the ease will probably be disposed o! at this terra ot court. Then the oase of O. W. Badgor, ar., for the murder of Hugh Cameron which oo- curred at ClaUkanie laat Saturday and lor which Badger is now in the Multnomah connty jail, will be a mat ter first for the grand jury and later the circuit court. Besides the two murder cases there are any number of civil actions which will occupy the at tention of the court, among them are several cases for right-of-way for the yiaioris ct lioiuruoia mver reiirosu. The session promisos to be a long one, more is the pity Fob a Crummy, A movement is on loot to establish a creamery here Jt it the intention, if the proposition it succosatul, to utilise the boiler re cently used at the pumping station for the purpose of furnithing power to operate the creamery, it it also the purpose of the projectors to establish a plant with capacity sufficient to handle the milk Irom at least 600 cows. This is, beyond question, the most desirable location for a creamery on the Columbia river, sinoe it is con venient to 8auvies island, entire, to Lewis and Lake rivers, Deer Island and the Scappoose country, an ad vantage not possessed by any other point on the river. Milk from all the Dlaeea mentioned could be shipped here en the regular steamers, so that it would not be necessary to have ereclal boats for the delivery of milk, A stock company will probable be or ganised thia week with a capital of bout $2600, and if details are ar ranged satisfactory no time will be lost ia pushing the enterprise forward Kkiqhts or Pythias. -The Grand Lodtr. Knights ef Pytbiss of the srand domain ol Oregon, meets in Salem next Tuesday evening at 7 :30 o'olook. On Wednesday the parade will take place, and Wednesday night the representatives are invited to at tend the well known drama at the opera bouse enticed "Damon and Pythias," which js always appreciated, especially by members of the order. There are but two lodges of the order in tliis county one at Rainier and be other at Bt. Holena. The repre sentatives to the Grand Lodge from the former are J. B. Doan and Martia Both, and from the latter David Davis and J. B. Beegle. These two lodges, though young (ages three and one years, respectively) have a member ship of over seventy, while in the state the order numbered something over 4000 at laat report, and according to figures already made up in the report for the past year there baa been a sub stantial gain notwithstanding the hard times. There are sixty-three lodges in the state ana all apparently in a healthy and growing condition. Shipping Sailors. Captain Vint, of the British ship Pass of Leny, whiob went down the river several daya since, has been brought baok to answer to a suit for damages for breach of con tract, brought by Jack Grant, says the Orcgonian. It is alleged that Captain Vint made a contraot with Grant to furuiah him a number of sailors. He was to receive t-W advanoe, and 116 blood money that Is the $10 blood money allowed by law and $6 for shipping fees or something of the sort. It appears that Bibsoo 4 Co., the con signee! of the Pass of Leny, would aot allow the blood money to be paid, nd so Captain Vint engaged four men from the Seamen's Home. Thoy only required $10 to $20 advance, and no blood money. These men were taken down the river laat Friday night and put on board the ship. Grant claims that by reason of his not being allowed to farnith the men aaoording to contraot, he is Injured, and wants damages. This Is the opening chorus of the trouble which may be expeoted with the sailor boarding-houte men this winter. Business in that line has been going on very quietly of late, but the trouble is commencing. MURDER OF HUGH CAMERON George W. Badger Usea His Shotgun. All Clatakanle In Furore of Ex oltemeiK The Murderer Safely bodged In Jail. CLATKAHra, Or., Oct. 9. The killing of HuKh Cameron In tbit olty laat Saturday evening was the moit unfortunate and de plorable ooourrence tbathat ever happened In our city, and oar eltliens very deeply regret that the record pf such a tragedy should tver ttaln the annals of this usually peaceful community. Hngb Oajueron bad lived In this vloinity until quite recently, for over two yeart juet patt, Borne two montht ago he left here and went to British Columbia, returning Saturday afternoon, having come in from Hayger. He knew as well as others that the aaaallant, George W. Badger (vnosa home It Jutt ou tilde tlila city), felt very on kindly toward blrn, and it waa pretty gen erally known, bad threatened to tboot Cameron, a threat that had Included one or two others alto, and been made over a year ago while Cameron wet living here, but no one tuipecled that inch threat would ever be carried Into execution Cameron at little impacted it at any one elte. Oo the fatal Saturday of Cameron't arrival hers be was teen by Badger, and somehow bit pretence here so aroused Badger') passion that he went out to bit bout one-balf mile distant and got bit double-barreled thotgun, which he loaded, brought to town and iterated somewhere about the lumber piles near the ClaUkanie hotel. He wet notloed walking about town and a short time before the shooting tat on Myers' front porch talking with him until My era excused himaelf to go In to topper. Seeing hit victim fitting on a pile of lumber near the hotel talking with John Conway and one or two others that were sitting near, Badger left the porch and patted dote In front stooping a little at be patted to bt ture of the man be wanted for It wat about half patt tlx and getting a little dark. Tbe men fitting there noticed htm patiing but paid no special attention to blm. Go Ing around the lumber pilot be soon re turned with tbe gun so close to bis side that no one notloed it. Cameron In talking with Conway was leaniug forward and looking Into hit face to that he probably did not notice Badger's return, and cer tainly did not notice thetuddeu movements made by Badger In bringing up bit gun end Aringlt atadlitance of not over four feet from blm. Conway saw what wat coming Jut at the gun went off and as he jumped up, Cameron fell unless utt In front of where he bad been fitting, pierced by a heavy charge of tbot, which entered the lower part of the tide of the neck, cut ting on the large blood vettelt and patting out through tbe tplnal column, fracturing. Its bones and Injuring the tpinai eorf. I Half a doten pertont were in the vicinity, the marshal among them, who at once took Badger Into custody but not until he tried to discharge the other barrel of bit gun. Tbe report of tbe gun brought a number ol persons to the toene of tbe dis aster, among them bit daughter, Gertie, whocame out from Nichols' hotel, ran to her father and catching him cried out, "O, pa, what have you done?" Badger made no effort to get away and preserved a re markable coolness In tbe mldtt of exalte ment about htm. Manual J. G. Campbell called A. F. Myert to take the gun, when Badger remarked coolly: "Be careful of that gun, there Is a load In the other barrel and It is cocked I" Badger was taken to the city jail, accompanied on the way by bit daughter, whose cries made tbe sceue an extremely sad ons. Cameron't body wss taken te the City hotel and later to a vacant building adjoin ing It, but not until an Inquest had been held by City Recorder Warren in the ab sence of a coroner or justice of the peace. R. 8. Hattan, studeot In medicine, exam ined tbe wound In the absence of a physi cian, and tbe jury soon brought In a ver diet In accordance with the facts as stated. At a preliminary bearing before the re corder tbe accused waived an examination and was taken to St. Helens Monday nisht. Robert Cameron, a cousin of the de ceased, went to Portland and procured casket, sent word to two sons living about Columbia City, who with their uncle, were In attendance at ths funeral Tuesday morn log. A brief religious servioe waa bald at tht grave by C. O. Lee, the minister reel- dent here being away to conference. Many ot Cameron's friends, lnoludlng the men at the camp where be once was foreman, were present at the funeral. IBadaer was taken to Portland Tuesday by Sheriff Doan and placed in jail. He naa employed Alien uieeton to aeionu him. Tbev had already been employed by Badger In a suit for divorce against hit wife, who U said to be responsible, in tome de gree, lor tue muraer. .d.j . PEHBONAL AND. LOCAL. Dr. H. It. Cliff paid Portland a visit issi Baturaay. . T. J. Cleeton was in Portland on butlnea Wednesday. A. F. McDonald of Deer Island, wat in town Tuosday. The Quoen is on the Astoria route In place of the Potter. The Sarah Dixon came down last Wsdnesdsy in place of the Shaver, I. G. Wikstrom wat on a business mission in Portland Wednesday, Mrs. T. C. Watts, of Beuben, visited friends in St. Helens last Sunday. The new residence of W. B. Dillard UNITED STATES AND CUBA The People of Chicago Hold Mass Meetings. Messages Received From Great Many Prominent Men In Be half of the Cubans. Chicago, Sept. 80. As much of the pop ulation of Chicago as could find entranoe to the sudltorlarn of Central Music ball nn Ilnn.iv Hill (. nrn..(n ,.I,.1V and ths Y. M. C. A. buildings tonieht i !"" j-i, ..,,,.. u..4 . Mr. E. E. Quick visited the Oregon .'-:7.:" "K::. CI " " metropolis last Saturday on business. I ..... .. Lloyd Deitrlck and bia sister, Miss hiiiMrnt. mv Hwift nmUni at th. Bertha, of Pittsburg, were in the city maln mating in Central Muaio ball, while last Saturday, Try Hunt, the hardware man, when in Portland. He carries, a complete line. Mrs. W. A. Harris, of Vernonia, came over Tuesday for a visit to her husband. Judge William A. Vincent waa chairman of the overflow meeting in tbe Association building. Among telegramt irom men who could not be present wat one from Governor Alt- geld, and it ringing words called forth cheer after cheer. It was as follows . The work of grading the north end b;"m Of Columbia street ia progressing in driv.n from tha American continent. Tha a most satisfactory manner. H. A. ferry and wife were passen gers up tbe river Tuesday on the mail tteamer Thompson. Thomas Cloninger, a prosperous farmer from Scappoose, was doing business in our oity last Monday, Uonstable Bruce Haines, of ClaUka nie, was in town Tuesday, having come up on official business, Lewis Kiihn, of the ClaUkanie Lunv bering Company, was a passenger for 1'orlland last Saturday on the Shaver Mr. Henderson Orchard was in Ka- lama the first of tbe week looking after a franchise for a water system at that place. Mrs. J. Gilmore and little daughter returned from Oregon City last Mon- bat lias been prevloualy done by driven from the American continent. The nations have Ions; asserted tbe right to In terfere for the purpose of suppressing a practice that ahocks ths moral sense of tbe civilised world, such aa cnnlballam and the alave trade, yet the canlbala do not torture their victims and do not Indulge in whole sale slaughter, while in Cuba the torture is nendlsii ana tbe butchery continues, we must end theae horrors or else talk leaa about Christian civilization. Bealdea when viewed from a geographical and political or military standpoint, Cuba abould be oura. Let our country first extend recog nition, then a helping band, and, lastly, a filace In the Union, i bis done, tbe richest stand of tbe world will soon become the gem ot the seas." senator uuiiom wirea: -ice people oi tlia United State strongly sympathize with tbe Cubans struggling to be free from Spanish domination. Our government abould do everything consistent with na tional bonor in their behalf." General Alger s message read: ' It seems day, where they have been visiting SJLS relatives, Frank George, Charley Cooper, Bert Whitney and several others of our young men returned from the bop fields the latter part of last week See the announcement in another column of the church entertainment and basket social to be held at Houl ton on Saturday evening, October 12. Charles A. Girt, of Beaver valley will locate in this plaoe about the 20th ot thia montb and resume his old trade, that of watch and jewelry re pairing, lie bas a card in this issue, Mr. Henry Woodham, of Reuben. was in town last Monday. He took advantage of the pleasant sunshine for a days' business at the county seat. Mrs. G. H. Shiun. nee Miss Dell Oaples, arrived here Thursday of laat Lweek from Baker City, on a visit to relatives at voiumoia city ana inis place. our government and so clearly denned by President Monroe, concerning belligerent rights of those countries, should now be granted Cuba. She has made a magnificent struggle lor liberty; baa (oraied a provis ional government; baa been victorious in many bard fought battles, with every ad vantage against her, save that she Is right. I trust and believe she will win ber independence." The Rev. Dr. Thomas read tbe resolu tions, which were adopted as by one mighty voice. The resolutions also de- Great Sacrifice SALE. No. 8 Cook Stoves T.50 No. 8 Conner Bottom Wash Hollers. 1.00 No. 8 Copper Bottom Tea-Kettles... .40c 8tove pipe per joint 15c Decorated Dinner Nets from 15.00 up. Western Star Wn-blng Machines. . . . 4.00 Beat Clothes Wringers 175 First grade Stone-ware, per gal 15c Muson'i Fruit Jars, pts 00c, qtt 75c, gal per dozen. Heating Stoves at Cost When the above prices are taken as mere samples of the many other bargains offered. mey win impress upon an, me lact tnat this is a sale none can afford to miss. Special attention given mall orders from the country. CHICAGO CROCKERY STORE . . . Cor 2d and Yamhill 8te, Portland, Or. (Mention this paper.) CHAS. A. GIRT Jeweler WATCH. CLOCK AND JEWELRY ...Repairing... Mr. Girt will locate in St. Helens about the 20th of this montb. and will be prepared to do all kinds of repair work in his line at the moat reasonable prices, ana will guar antee all work done by him to be first-class, Exposition FOHTLAWD, OREGON, OPENS- October 5th. The Largest and Most Complete Display ever made of the Resources, Industries, Com merce, Business, Agricultural, Forests, Mines, Fruit, Fisheries, Manufactures and Transportation Fucllities of the Great Facitic Northwest. rine Music, Special attractions Kvery Pay. Redncaa nates en All Tranap.rtKtloa Lines. AD1HISMIOH. Single Admission , 25o Children under 12 years 10c Season Tickets $3.00 E. C. MASTEN, Secretary. For Exhibit Space apply at the Ex. position Building to C. H. HUNT, Supt. sssar -sstsr stVssVA ' "" T- gSg ieser -asrW ajsr jtfc- iAt .At tL Entertainment AND Basket Social The people of Houlton are arranging for church entertainment and basket social to be in the church at that place, tbe Pro ceeds to be given to the minister, entertain ment to take place one week irom xext Saturday Evening, Oct. 12, To which ths public ia invited. Excellent music will be one of the features of enter- S-.!nMnK Tks n.n.l K.U anMtinn ui'll dared for a permanent organization to con-l tfford much merriment. Each lady will please lane a oauaet ui iuiicu, iuj vy wis means it is hoped to raise a purs, for the minister at tnai place. tinus the work. CL.ATSKANIE. E. H. Mitchell, of the Sentinel, was In our city Wednesday ot tnls week, Dr. Hall and wife spent two or three dayt In rortlanu, returning Monday evening A. B. Gordon came in on the tteamer Wednesday from hoppicking in the Will' amette valley. Mrs. Bumgardner went borne with her mother one day this week lor a few dayt in me country, Mrs. O. P. Hiatt and daughter returned Dr.' Byron C.ple. formerly of Co- t, his profession ia Wisconsin lor several Tbe first monthly report of tbe school in years, returned to Columbia City last our city anowa a spienuia recora 01 aiiena- Wedneadav for a short visit. ." KH"" " '"" resniariv on time. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Allen were The big cut from a tree on the W. H uasseneers down to Astoria last Mon- Convert place, destined for the exposition dav nn tha Harvnat OuMtn Mr Alln Portland, met with an accident and did I nrit btai tn tlx itimpr Antirn a it wmi in. not tern Plank for the bridge over tbe marsh be low tne Kiverview Hotel arc being named and delivered. It is earnestly hoped that tne nnage work may be done Detore tne rains soak the place with water, Omlle Merrill cut bit foot auite bodlv last week while at work making a road for the mill, to be located near ijower Heaver, He ia resting at home and the foot is pro gressing nneiy towards neaung. Mrs. W. H. Convert is taking special in. terest in having a creditable exhibit sent REUBEN. Prank Clark made a visit to Portland Friday. O. C. Jaauish went to the city on Wsd nesdsy. W. L. Brown is suffering with a felon on nit band. Me went to rortiana on wea nesday. John UoOrath was doing butiness in Portland Friday. Emit Wasser and his bride moved out on their Oak Ranch farm Saturday. Chris Anderson moved his family from his farm to Moonsvuis ejamruay. H. f). Brawn and wlfa made Reuben a visit on Saturday, the former on official Duaineas. Frank Blshooand T. O. Watts attended tha K. of P. lodge at Kalama last Thurs day night. Mrs. Ida Bowen. since the death of her husband, bas concluded to move to Port land to live with ber parents. A new "section boss" arrived at tha real' dance of J. Beverson last Wednesday morn ing, bright and early. Jake will have to "walk the chalk" now. for tha newcomes is prepared to take full charge. a . ... ,hiH r Tim unH j .wu.-M.Ma Nllf, ABaRM9UU ..111, uuunu for Liverpool, ran into the aand bank off tbt Island lying between Kalama and Reu ben and waa there one week before the could get out pi tbe sand. Moit ol the rain (all during Septem ber came with the north wind. Mr. Dolman says that may indicate a cold winter, so he is laying in a full stock of goods to meet it, if it cornea. Best to always be on the safe side. MAItHIKU. BONNICK-REDMAN. At the residence nf tha hride'a mother. Mrs. John Red- Mr. jamea man, by Justice VanDyka, Bonntck and Pauline Redmai JORDAN -8HULTZ. At the home of J. B. Doan in Beaver valley, on September 25, 1895, Mr. George W. Jordan and Mias Miuule Suultz, Justice Doan officiating. went down there on legal business. They returned Tuesday morning, George C. Jaqnish, of Reuben, was in town Wednesday en route to Port land where be went to procure the material for ironing twenty govern ment buoys which ere being gotten out at Bortbwick a mill, If we could build a creamery and operate our sawmill, with tbe amount of cord wood which ia handled here Si Helens would present lively ap- from this part of the county to Portland Dearance. indeed. I for the coming exposition. A number of 1 artlnlaa a.. . r mow , U , I. a .L.mAn Th.M. a IT m 1 , I . I -.www nu.w wi u u ..... wu . u u, 0. u. iijwu, wuv utm utou suwy dsv, Irom tne state lor more than a year, J. D. Nelson wat in town Wednesday and wat in town Wednesday. Mr. Tryon took hit daughter Minnie back with him. h.. : rlj f .v.- .: I The little airlia an invalid, and had spent , , i , .. . some ten days in the family of Dr. Hall to left hw6 nd hl m,J'W be under observation for treatment. She sun in venver. is considerably Improved In health Those interested in the organisation nf a hraaa hand in thm nlan pa. quested to meet lor discussion at the !??!? JEK Jmh" VZ??-" Oriental Hotel, Monday, Ootober 7lb. I tributaa tlilrtv.two varieties of Oreaon ai o o clock p. m. Sheriff Doan and family, who have Among the exhibits sent to tbe exposi tion is a mammoth turnip, weighing 17 wood from the vioinlty of bis bouse, Rev. White and wife returned on the tteamer Wednesday after an absence of ten days, attending conference at Portland- Tbe conference authorities have sent them to another appointment for the coming year, and their place bera la to be filled bv Rev. H. T. Atkinson, who bas pot yet ar- nvvu. Elopkd With a 8QUAw.--The well known story of Pocahontas is brought to the mind by tbe escapades of Ed win Shepard, traveling man of Port land, aays tbe LaQrande ubroniole, Mot long since enepard met a yonno; Indian woman at Pendleton and fell violently in love with her. As he had a wife and two sons in Portland this was a sad state of affairs. However, he eloped with the dusky maiden and went to Union. There hia wife found him out and he is now In sackcloth sawai-1 aakau a a a friaaal kaan ltii-linaw Va road as being marvelouely beautiful at ,.ght nnder , bughe, gin09 th(m iheuj ....... u. " " has been consternation in the SheDard county ana predicts a ,:, ,nd th. m.n don't dare been residing st Houlton, moved to thia place Monday last, where they will in future reside. The family ia domiciled in the residence recently maae vacant Dy tne removal of Mr. Orchard and family to Kalama. John Lawrence, the "bogus bishop," wno waa arrested in Astoria some time ago on a obarge of fraud, having fooled, for a time, Arohbishop Gross and J) ather Urtn in Portland, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to seven months in tha Clatsop county jail last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dolman. Mrs. Holman and Mrs. Dr. Yeargain went out to Bunker hill springs Saturday and re turned the next day. They report tbe autumn tints of the fouage along the in Columbia prosperous luiure tor toe settlers. .how himaeif in Portland. He is over know now in Thk Ahnoai, CoKWB.Noi.The i10?6"0! BJLe "A "S",.10. r i . . Detter. du ue uuu t. x i SSrai In" W, "7 ",.T!T"C.? Boi.e and will probably stay there nn 1 i:l VaT I - cuumiuvu uvvr uqiu juuduat oi (uoi. , . . . . present week. Rev. H. T. Atkinson, fx"., "r" 71;n a graduate of the Portland university, haa been assigned the ClaUkanie cnarge w suoceea ev. u. w nue, SloV8i -nd offered b. x, who placed in obarge of the church R cho PortIttd. bedrock orices. til tbe smoke clears away. The squaw the Umatilla reservation and will no doubt await the final outcome of the expose. work at Cleone, Multnomah county. St. Helens and Kainier were not sup plied, the bishop evidently thinking the rjaoDle of those two daces were "saved" beyond the power of human assistance. See his announcement in another column of thia paper. Old - Lkoisutivb Building. The Oriental hotel at Oregon City has re cently ohanged ownership, having been sold to the Oambrinus Brewing Company for $8000. This is one of the nistorio buildings of Oregon City, and was erected in 1850. The territorial legislature once promulgated laws within the wslls of this building, and after the old court bouse on the bill at that place waa burned down the sec ond story of the building was used as oourt room for some time. The lumber used in theoonstruotion of the building was brought around Cape Horn in 1840. During tbe forty-five years that this building has withstood conflagrations on either side a variety of enterprises have baen carried on within its walls. Awarded Highest Honors World's Pair, gold Medal, Midwinter Pair. 'DU' Ml CREAM .Most Perfect Made. 40 Years the Standard E. WEAVER, Hair-Cutting Shaving Neatly Done Clean Towels and Quick Wot YOUR PATRONAGE 80LIOITED ST. HELENS, : : : OREGON Last August while working in the harvest field I became overheated, was suddenly attacked with cramps and was nearly dead. Mr. Cummings, the druggist, gave me a doee of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which completely relieved me. I now keep a bottle of the rem edy handy. A. M. Bunnell, Center- ville, Wash. For sale by Dr. Edwin Rosa, Druggist. When Baby waa alck, we gave her Castorla. 'When ahe was a Child, aha cried for Cutorla. When ahe became Mias, ahe ehmg to Castorla. When the had Children, she gars them Castorla, Congressman Ellis expects to make Columbia county a visit in about two or three weeks. He has again been compelled to use crutches on account of a second operation performed on his lame leg and it is therefore very difficult for him to travel about. He expects, however, to be able to take up his work promptly when congress meets in December. Mrs. S. A.Kell.of Pomona. Cel.. had the bad luck to sprain her ankle. tried several liniments," she says, "but was not cured until I used Chamber lain's Pain Balm. That remedy cured me, and I take pleasure in recom mending it and testifying to its effi' cacy. This medicine is also of great value for rheumatism, lame back, paiDs in the chest, pleurisy and all deep seated and muscular pains. For sale by Dr. Edwin Ross, druggist. RAINIER RUMBLINGS. Roberto. Johnson who has been work in e in W. I. Shulte's loraina canin near Bain- ler, met witn a serious accident on Mon day. Mr. Johnson waa barking a log with an ax which glanced and came down diag onally across nia ngnt loot, cutting almosl throuch it. Dr. McLaren dressed the in jured member. Justice Doan waa notified laat Snndai that the bodv of a roan had been found floating in the Columbia river and tied up at a point on the beach a short distance below the residence of J. B. . Bourne and near where Henry Johnson made the fatal lean Irom the steamer Hattie on HeDtember 19th. The justice procured a boat and, taking three men with him. went to the spot designated, and tuere lound a body which waa positively identified by the iartiea present as tbe person of Henrv ohnson. The bodv waa taken to Rainier that nurht and given respectable burial on the premises of Judge Blanchard on Mon day, funeral services were conducted Dy tiev. rauurooK ai tue grave, Mrs. E. E. Davis, of San Miguel, Cat., says : "I am trying in a measure to repay the manufactures of Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy for the great good their remedy has done me. t or years I was a constant sufferer from weak lungs and bronchial asthma. My rest at nigbt was disturbed by a back ing cough so that I felt miserable the greater part of the time. Many reme dies recommended by friends were tried, none of which proved suitable to my case. I did not experience any beneficial results until I began taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. After two bottles of tbe large size bad been used I am pleased to state, my health is better than it has been for years The soreness has left my lungs and chest and I can breathe easily. It has done me so much good that I want all who are suffering from lung troubles as I was, to give it a trial. For sale by Pr. Edwin Ross, druggist, i i i i OUR FOURTH SPECIAL SALE SINCE REMOVING TO OUR NEW STORE 81 and 83 THIRD ST, S. W, Cor. Oak Patronize Home i INDUSTRY FALL . AND WINTER 1895-1896 : Men's All Wool Suits SinRle and Double Breasted Sacks, all sizes, in Twenty-four Patterns including BLUE. IX B. BKAVEK, ALL SHADES CHEVIOT) TWEKD3 AND CASSIMEKiM 1 - $9.65 : 'rtftnjtliftrtnrtftiVlAAAiUtAjsi Every Suit WARRANTED made of our CELEBRATED ALBANY WOOLEN MILLS CASSIMERE, and manufactured on OUR OWN PREMISES. J. M. MOYER & CO., Wholesale and Betail Clothiers. 81 and 83 Third Street. Cor. Oak POHTtiAND, OKKGON. SOLE AGENTS . . . ALBANY WOOLEN MILLS FINE WATCH REPAIRING. COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. Uncle Myers THE LEADING JEWELER, DEALER IN- WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, CLOCKS, OPERA GLASSES, ETC. Bargains in all lines of Jewelry Watch Repairing at Lowest Rates 165 First Street PORTLAND. OREGON. HARDWARE AND STOVES Western Star Washing Machines $4.00 Clothes Wringers 1.75 Wash Boilers fl.OO No. 8 Cooking Stove 7.50 Heating Stoves, $3.50 and Up. Also a large assortment of Heating and Cooking Stoves, Steel Ranges, Tin ware, uranue ware, Aluminum, Aies, Bledges, Cross-Out Saws, Wedges, Etc., at prices to suit anybody and everybody. F. R. CHOWN 212 First Street, Near Salmon, PORTLAND, OREGON 1 lkVVV"VVVVKV?CT Ktr m m H m ar sss Sk s ' for Infants and Children. THIRTY Tnf oTwirvatloM of Castorla with the patronag. of ailltoaa of parsons, peamt vm to apeeJt of it without srnetoa;. I to nngnpatjonrn'My th. host rvma&T tor Infanta and Childre tha world haa mr hew. It la hu-mlou. ChUdnm like) it. It Efrraa th.a health. It wOl aava thadbr Irrea. In it Mother, hay something which ia ahaolntoly saf. and practically pearfeot as child, aa.dlclna. Castorla destroy. Woara. .- ' Castorla allays Ttmrlthxm. . ' &l'J-&?&' Castorla prreart. Tomltlng Sony Cnrd. ' Castorla enro. Diarrhea and Wind Collew Castorla ralievea Toothing; Tronhlos. ;. Castorla enro. Constipation and Flatnlenoy. CastorU centralism the effect, ef earhonlo acid or poison on ir. CaatorU does not oontmla morphine, oplnm, or oth ar narootlo property. Castorla asslmHatu the foefl, ragnlatea tha atomach and sewals Savins; healthy and natnraJ alaap. Oaatoria to pnt np in oaa-dba hotUea only. It 1. not sold in hnlk. Boat allow any on. to atll yog anythlns; eJa on tha plea or pro mis. that it to Jnat aa good " and will aanrar every purpose" Sea that yon gat C-A-g-T-O-R-I-A. The fac-aimila aisnatafa of Usaawry appear. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.