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ISSUE EVERY rHIDAt MOUNINO -- BEEGLK & DAVIS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Baecrlptlen Hales. One copy one year In advance.....-, One oouy sla mouths. , ,, .. . Single copy. ......,.,.,. ...II 76 Advertising rates mads known npon application COLOMBIA CODNTY DIRECTORY, CenHlr Hle.ra, JtldffO...... ....rteen BlanehaM. nlnfAr Clerk ..Ju.la Weed, Vernonls Nlierir...,. Treasurer .. Built of Schools Assessor.,..,....,., purveyor. ......... omnilHloners j ' ...Chae. F. bo&n. Rainier K. at. Wharton Columbia City .,.,,.,..1.0. Watts, cappooa Martin White, (juiuoy W. N. Meaerve. Menu r. A. rnVM, Scaniiu.we .8.(1 Schoonorer, Vernouia T. HELENS, OREGON, MAX St. METHOD OF VOTING. It will be observed by those who nave access to tne election law as mended by tbe legislature of 1895 that the method of preparing tbe bal lot before putting it into tbe ballot box, has been changed, and for the benefit of those electors who have not copy of the said election law, we will endeavor in a brief way, to explain the new metbod ot marking tbe ticket by which tbe intent of the voter is made : known. Heretofore the elector has been obliged to "cancel, oross or mark out the names of candidates not voted for," which required an unnecessary amount of time, and caused uncertainty in many ballots by reason of inaccurate mark ing. This year instead of marking out the names the voter will simply make a cross (X) only, between the number and tbe name of each candi date voted for, leaving all other un touched, in this county not more than one candidate in each group can be voted for by a single elector, beace great care should be taken la marking the ticket, so that tbe elec tor's choice may be clearly under stood. We give below a sample which shows how the group for congressman wii: appear alter tbe voter baa pre pared his ballot ready for the box, the voter having prepared his ballot for W. B.Ellis: For Congress, Second Dist. Vote for One 12 A. S. Bennett Democratic 13XW.B. Ellis.... ......Republican 14 F. McKercher. ....... ..j.. Prohibition 15 H. H. Northup...Ind.-8ound-Mouey 16 Martin Quinn. ,. ..People And thus on down the entire ticket, marking each candidate's name you choose to vote for ss is maked the name of W. K. Ellis in the table above, each time marking between the num ber on the left and tbe name of the candidate. Ir you want free trade vote for Northop, Bennett or Quinn. If you want protection vote for W. E. Ellis. question should not be and is not an issue between the republican and denv Qcraue parties. It may, however, re sult in a party issue if the time should ever come when the question of fin ance shall take the place ef protection. Such an issue would not be 0( long duration, for the settlement of the question, either one way or the other, would not supply revenue sufficient for current governmental expense. X be question of finance is an import aoi one, out u sinks into insigntbcanoe when compared with the main issue, protection. GRAND JUKI REPORT. of In the circuit court of the state Oregon, for Columbia county. To the Hon. Thomas A. McBride. judge of the above uamed court. We, your undersigned grand jury for the May term of tbe circuit court for Columoia county, Oregon, make this as our final report and respect- tuny represent tbat we have carefully investigated all charges of crime pre. sented to us and have disposed of the same in tbe manner we deemed war ranted by the evidence. We visited the county jail and found it unoccupied. The structure is entirely unfit for the purposes for which it is intended. We visited the offices of the county clerk, snerin and county treasurer. We found the books and accounts of each of said officers neat and well kept, and that each of said officers are properly performing the duties of his respective office. From the examination we made we found that the county court at each session examines and checks the ac counts of the clerk, sheriff and treas urer. As the county court seems to be doing its duty in this matter, we did not deem it necessary to have the books and accounts of the various county officers experted at this time. And now, caving completed our abor-i, we ask to be discharged. J. hob. H. Woodruff, Foreman Arthdb CaoKEK, Clerk. 8. B. Rosa. 8. M. Ric. F. J. SUNDBLOM. Charles W. Lek. L. B. Jones. THEASVBEH'S NOT1CK. County Trsasurkr's Omci, ) am ir. -, r. nr.- ik 100ft I NOTICK is hereby given that Columbia county warrants Nor. 8383. 8S81, 3380 and 3379 heretofore presented and endorsed 'Not Paid for Want ot Funds," will be paid upon presentation at tuts ofnoe. In terest will not be allowed aftr-r this date. mlSjli K. M. WHAKTON. Treasurer of Columbia County, Or, Circuit Court. All friends of Senator Mitchell should vote for Norman Merrill fur representative, because a vote for Mer rill is a vote for Mitchell, according to the instructions of the republican county convention. Mr. Merrill has promised to abide these instructions if elected. There are many good reasons wny he should be elected. Ah independent republican candi date for the legislature in Wasco county, Hon. T. R. Coon, who was a member of the last house, declares the following to be his platform in this campaign-. "Let the people rule torn down the bosses." Tbat is tbe plat form that every man who has the wel fare of his country at heart should stand upon ; but Mr. Coon is the first candidate who has been heard to de clare himself out loud so far this year. Thb republican candidate for joint senator, George W. Patterson, of Hills boro, is a man of good business judg ment and if elected will carry his business frugality into the legislature where practical business men are in great demand. Mr. Patterson has the interests of the state and district well familiarized, and is capable of proving a valuable servant to bis constituents, and we believe be can be depended upon in the execution of their wishes. Burns vs. Cole; decree of foreclosure. Astoria Kailroad Co. vs. Sarah Fisk et el; W. H. Conyers appointed guardian ad litem for minors. Grieat vs. Cox ; decree of foreclosure. Hill vs. Nichols; default and attached property ordered sold. Newth vs. Newth ; decree of divorce. Tbe grand jury reported two true bills and was discharged. Ameden vs. Zeller; default of Jane Ad- cox. .'. ' . ; ' - -' : Blakesley vs. M tickle; set for trial Msy 25th. Enyart vs. Gore; Allen & Clecton with drew their appearance for plaintiff. State of Oregon vs. John Isenbart; mo tion for a new trial is overruled. Sentence of three months in jail and costs of suit. McDonald vs. McDonald; decree of di vorce. State of Oregon vs. Michael Roeser; ar raigned and enters a plea of "guilty," and it is ordered that the defendant pay a fine of $25 and costs of this action. This indict ment was for throwing sawdust in a stream, re At. Wheeler vs. Michael Koeser; mo tion for dismissal allowed. O. G. Quimby vs. Geo. F. Moeck ; de murrer and motion overruled to which counsel excepts. Defendants given until June 10th to answer. Badger va. Badger; motion for alimony argued-and overruled. Motion to amend allowed and plaintiff given twenty-four hours to amend, and defendant given five days to reply. McC'ullongh vs. McCnllough; decree of divorce. Sherman vs. Bhermsn ; decree of divorce granted and plaintiff allowed custody of children and property, also defendant or dered to vacate. McCauley vs. Mills, Jury trial; verdict for plaintiff for 120. - Defendant given nntil to day to file motion. D. M. Osborn vs. Dean Blanchard; judg ment by default. Kickerson vs. Kickerson; decree of di vorce. . v State of Oregon vs. I. W. Detrick and D W. Case; indictment for putting sawdust in stream, each fined 125 and costs. Btay of execution for thirty days. Emerson Bros. vs. 8. A. Miles; nonsuit. N.ilc. t. Cred.lt.re. Notice is hereby riven that the under signed lias, by the Comity Court of the Slate of Oregon, tor the County of Colum bia, been duly appointed administrator of tbe estate of William Adams, deceased end that all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased are hereby noti fied and required to present (lie same duty verified ana with pror ynnchers, to the undersigned as such adminiatra'or, at his place of residence near YVeetport, Oregon, within six months from the date of this notice. Dated April 21, ISM, JAMES ADAMS. Administrator of the estate of William Adams, deceased, - . a'Jtm&i State Republican Ticket. For Supreme Judge, K. 8. BEAN. District Ticket. For Congressman Second District, WILLIAM R. ELLIS, of Morrow County. For Join Senator. GEO. W. PATTERSON. For Prosecntint Attorney, THOS. J. CLEETON. County Republican Ticket. For Representative, NORMAN MERRILL, of Clatskauie. For County Judge, JOS. B.DOAN. of Rainier. For County Clerk, , JDDSON WEED, of Vernonia. For Sheriff, CHAS. W. BLAKESLEY, of St. Helens. For Treasurer, JOHN S WAGER, of Houlton. For Surveyor, WM. N. MESERVE, of Delena. For Superintendent ot Schools, J. G. WATTS, of Scappoose. For Commissioner, THOS. 8. COLVIN, of Marshland. For Assessor, MARTIN WHITE, of Quincy. For Coroner, dr. a. p. McLaren, of Rainier. For Justice of the Peace, Union Precinct, J. B. GODFREY. For Constable, JAMES C. COX. Democratic State Ticket. For Supreme Judge, JOHN BURNETT. Thb republican who votes for Nor thop is voting indirectly for Quinn, for the reason that Northop was put np for the sole purpose of taking votes away irom .urns, and every vote taken from Ellis, whether by voting; for North up or Bennett is a half a vote for Quinn, because Quinn will be elected if Ellis is not. The laws gov erning this; country are made in con fires,;, tifere the policy of the nation and of the political parties is shaped ; hence all tbat there is in party should be brdught to the surface in tbe elec tion of members of the highest law. making tribunal in this country. Cer tainly the man who votes for a free- trade congressman should affiliate with the free trade party, for that is the dividing line' between the two great political parties, and has been for all these years, and will be for years to come. Then why should a republican vote even indirectly for Bennett or Quinn? This is a matter so serious in its character tbat it re quires more than passing consideration. Nothing more clearly demonstrates tbe .division of - sentiment on the money question on the Pacific coast than the attitude of the four republi can stale conventions recently held. First came Oregon declaring for tbe use of both gold and silver and tbe maintenance of the parity. California followed with a declaration for free and unlimited silver coinage. Last week the stales of Washington and Idaho held their stats conventions at almost the same time, the former de claring for the gold standard and the latter for free and unlimited coinage of silver. Thus it will be seen that of the four states, two are for free coin age, one for gold, and one for a "strad dle." And nothing more clearly dem onstrates tbe fact tbat the money School Report. Tbe following is a report of the Moores ville public school In the npper part of district No. 20 for tbe month beginning April 20, and ending May 15th; Number of days taught.. 19 Total number of pupils enrolled Average daily attendance 21 Total number of days attendance 390J4 The following are the names of pupils neither absent nor tardy daring the month Lolly Bailey, Marcella Fowler, Jesse Hol der!, August Miller, Stella Miller, Emma Anderson, Jimmy Anderson, Eva Belle Jones, Roy Cassady and Nina Cassady. Parents and others are invited to attend the exercises on Friday afternoon. L. Bslli G a ddis, Teacher. Following is the report of the Reuben school, district No. 20, for the month end ing May 15: - Number of days taught.... ... .... 20 Number of pupils enrolled 12 Number belonging. u 11 Number of days attendance 2105V Names of pupils neither absent nor tardy: Josie Batson, Laura Bager, Pearly Monroe, Daisy Fowler, Mabel Foster, Tnos. Hun ter. Edgar Fowler, Alfred Hunter and Os csr Hunter. " Tardy once but not absent: Josie Wil cox. Visitors : Mrs. Woodbury, Mrs. Bul lock and Mrs. Hunter, snd Miss Hunter. ALUS Ltohs, Teacbsr. liars- te Treat m Wife. (From Pacific Health Journal.) First, get a wife; second, be patient. You may hare great trials and perplexities in your business, but do not, therefore, carry to your home a cloudy or contracted brow. Your wife may have trials, which though of less magnitude, may be hsrd for her to bear. A kind word, a tender look will do wonders in chasing from her brow all clouds of gloom. To this we would add, always keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Ren -edy in the bouse. It is the best, and is sure to be needed sooner or later; Your wife will then know that you really care for her ant) wish to protect ner health. For ule by Dr. Edwin Ross. District Ticket. For Congressman Second Dls'ric, A. 8. BENNETT, of Wasco county. For Joint Senator, W. B. DILLARD, of Columbia county, , For Prosecuting Attorney Fifth District, J. E. HEDGES, of Clackamas county. Columbia County Ticket. For Representative, " GEORGE F. MOECK, of Rainier. . For County Judge, JAMES DART, of St. Helens. For Sheriff, ' EDWIN MERRILL, of Deer Island. For Treasurer, W. H. DOLMAN, of St. Helens. For Commissioner, D. W. FREEMAN, of Fishbawk. For Assessor, GEORGE GRANT, of Scappoose. For Coroner, " J. 8. CLONINGER, ofBt. Helens. Union Precinct. For Justice of the Peace, A. N. CLARE. For Constable, JOHN SCOTT. THE GREATEST SPECIALISTS 01 THB AMERICAS C0BTI3EIT. Most Successful Catarrh Doctors In the City. They treat 8CIENTIFIOATJ7V and 8 UCC K8 $ F 17IX Y, enre Quickly and PEUMASENTLY, PRIVATB, ww ana bk.in mSKASBS, NER VOUS DEBILITY and SEXUAL DIS. ORDERS, SYPHILIS, GONORRHOEA and GLEET, Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Lost Manhood, Night Emis sions, Unseen Losses. Decaying Faculties. HYDROCELE. VARICOCELE and STRICTURES radically and safely cured without pain or detention from business. Alt deformities and imnedimenta to marriage quickly removed. A CERTAIN and POSITIVE CURB for tbe awful effects of early vice and numerous evils tbat follow in its train. Consult nersonallv the moat KY. PEItlENCKD SPECIALISTS for DISEASES OF WOMEN, or write, sendina stamo. Consultation fraa and confidential. . National medical Institute PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 132 THIRD ST., PORTLAND, OE, QUICK, Commissioner ot Deeds for Washington 0. W. COLK, Notasv Puauc Cole & Quick, 8T. HELENS, OREGON Preprleiar ef "Thorn's Numerical System or TitlcAbstracts" FOR" Columbia County, - Oregon TITLES Examined and abatraets famished. Will attend to matters before tlie Boenl ot Eiialiintlnn; payment of ta.x, elo. Heal Kstate, Conveyaucinf , and lasunmos, and Loans negotiated. PROFESSIONAL. TR. KPWIN ROUS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. . St. Helens, Oregon T, 3, CUSTOM. ft, AU.SK. ALLEN 4 CLEETON, Attorneys and Counselors at Law ST. HBI.KNB, . ORICOON. QR. H. R. CUrt, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Bt Helens, Oreon. )R. J. . HALU PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Clatakaiils, Columbia county, Or, DX0TED1I corns snd chop houbc littUlilUU D. H. BROWN, Prop. Best Meal in the City for i 5c mFir-ft Jt Ne Chinese Bantered. IlislUUi PORVIANO. oncooN. Formerly ITS Third, Bat. Morrison and Yamhill COLUMBIA BANKING COMPANY T. HCUNS, OftCOON Hakes Investments, receives deposits and does a general nuiaiug bualuena. Capital stock. (20,000. All kinds of rood securities boneht and sold. Exchange, good everywhere In tbe world, sold. INCORPORATED JAN. . isee. i. R. Nell!, nraaldent: K. W A lion ln.nil. dent; C. N. Scott, secretary; P. II. Ward, saaist aut secretary; C. H. Kewell, caihler. THEAK'BEB'S NOTICE. County Treasurer's Office, St. Helens, Or., April 24, 1896. Notice is herebv aiven that all unnahl County Warrants of said county, which have been presented and endorsed "Not Paid for Want of Funds," up to Bept. 18th, lwi3, will be naid noon oresentation at this office. Interest will not be allowed after attuiXi Treasurer of Columbia County, Or. T N. MKSKRVK, 1 a Surveyor and Civil Euginccr DEI.ENA, OREQON, County Surveyor. Land Surveying, Town PlatUiiR and engineering work promptly exrvuieu, i ; DISMOLVTION MOTIVE. XfOTICK Is hereby given that ths psrt JLv nersbip heretofore eilsting between I M. voiitns anu wiiiiaiu nooi, noina nuai- ness under ths flrni name of Collins A Koof. at Scappoose, Oregon, is this day dlssulvsu bv mutual consent. Dated at tteaiiioa i ni 2 iu uay oi ssay, low. niioiu as. UQM.IKS. YOU NEED GROCERIES? If you do snd deslrs ths best quality for ths least mousy ii you ouf wullU M lwiyl b, supplied by DART & EIDCKLE, Who have a complete line. Dress Goods, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Hats, Boots and Shoes. FURNISHING GOODS St. Helens, Oregon. ST. HELENS MEAT MARKET All Kinds of Fresh Meats, Hams, Bacon and lard Meats by Wholesale At special Kates. MAIN STRIP XT James H. Sheldon, ST. HKLKNB, OIIKOON. NEWELL & IATKINS -DEALERS in- Groceries, Hay, Floor and Feed WOOD AID IlIIKIiLE. Country Produce Bought and Bold, and Ki- Changed tor Hoods. Undnrtsklng boous furnished on Bliort Notice. Store on Strand Street, BT. HELENS, OR. Glatskanie Drugstore u- Itie Ptaes te aseurs Vaur fresh Medicines PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED AT ALL HOURS Patent Medicines, Presort utlon Drugs, Toilet Articles, Fancy Notions, tta DR. J. B. HAUL, rrssrsstae aVCtatahaato, On St n Advance TME-a Hist and . Oregonian ONE YEAR $2.00' iu is oner holds good only for new yearly subscribers who pay in advance and old ones who pay up to date and one year in advance. One year will extend tbe time over the state cam paign in the spring and the presiden tial election in November. One Dollar Saved by taking tbe two paper together, the price of each, separ ately, being 1.50. The Mist Has been designated the official paper of Columbia county by the County Court, aud consequtntly will furnish all the news pertain to public matters in which the people are interested. ORIENTAL HOTEL A. II. BLAKESLEY, Proprietor. Board by Day, Week or Month AT BKA80NAB1JC BATES. The table Is supplied with the best the market affords. Everything- clean. A aliare of jronr pal- rouaee IS solicited. NT. HKI.KNti. OKt.OON. ST. HELENS LIVERY STABLES THOS. COOPER, Proprietor. Horses Boarded and Cared For. TURNOUTS ON SHORT NOTIOI, ST. HELENS, : : OREGON ....ST. HELENS HOTEL.... Our ubles will at all times l found supplied with ths best edibles and delicacies the market affords, TERMS REASONABLE FOR REGULAR BOARDERS Ths hotel having been newly refurnished we are prepared to give satis faction is all our patrons, aud solicit your patronage. J. George Proprietor, 8t. Helens, Or. IMtAAaVAAAAaVAAAta, 3 E. McNEILL, Heceler. TO THE 1 GIVES THB CHOICB 01 14 Tf o Transcontinental Routes GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BY WAY OF Sookans, Minneapolis & St. Paul UNION PACIFIC RY BY WAY OF I i i i i i DEH7ER, OMAHA, & KANSAS CiTT I r& -AT THt- Ncw Drug Store There Is a Complete Stock t or : Patent Medicines DRUGS a CHEMICALS BEST BRANDS Of CIGARS Perfumery, Stationery and School Books DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES Dr. Edwin Boss, Prop. ST. HELENS, . . OREGON PRRSCRIPTTON8 COM PO UK UKD DAY OR SIGHT. vi LOW BATB8 TO ALL EASTERN CITIE8 OCKAK STEAMERS LEAVK PORTLAND KVEItY 6 DAYS For San Francisco. For Vull Details Call on or Addrrss W. . HURLBITKT, Gsnersl Freight and Pass. Agt., Portland. The Indestructible "Maywood" BICYCLE. HtcA 4 i i i i 4 stbuH ST. HELENS EXCHANGE. A .. .; ,: ... ,r-: Mr. Cooper's new and elrirant bar room is tbs favnrlts re sort of tbs city, w tiers at all Urns can bs found tbs fatuous Tat past ibdssa. THIS S78.00 COM PUBJTB BIOYCL.I Bast tsUskto, w "" At -NaJ nouKK J!U''- t&. ILJ1" Tmmm I PRIDE OF KENTUCKY WHISKY BEST BB AN DS DOMESTIC ARB 1H rOMTED ClaABS Mr Cooper is always glad to welcome bis mt i:oopsr is always glad to welcome bis old friends to bis pupnlarplaos of businsae ST. HELENS EXCHANGE PORTLAND AND CLATSKANIE . PATENTS g I Feb. 4, 1S01 nay 1J, lui oet, a, ises Jan 1, ISM The "Marwood' road and riders, Jan. SI, 1SSS Oluera I'eadlns VlllJt?n 2Sf nd 'V 'osetber; lias few nans: l7of snob wlrVSn,, uirttSn thrt lts ' will bold tocettaerereu In an accident: nohoflow tHhlii. to crash Sl!tiSSSiS.Sl "t" ""no ,s oroaeo; so simple that Its sdiastlnt parts serre as Its connectlni Darts" i Z Pl2nJ? ',n plM "Ii parts: always lesdr io aire reliable andrapld "raSlnortlMon JTKAMK-lmproved donlilo diamond, auaranteed fur threa years. SPada , ni SF?,i .SS I?"ll,f?,J.? 'J? "troase." metal for it. weight know: tolned toth.rh.'2 r" nm io sacn a manner tnst It Is Impossible to break or an ni ..k loose; a marrel of norelty, elmpllcltr and durability: tbe weateat eom"na ot fn-nS to bloyole mechanism known, to build a frame wlthont l,r,. tniSrrVKS?..? ?! LD,?,,"' r-kWaUMtn nlnaa an.l 4 .. I ...v. . ' . , y "T STEAMER O. W. SHAVER, Dell Shayer. Master Commencins; April IS, lHOU, will leave Portland, fuot of Washlncton street Tn.,Ia Thursday and Hunday .venltixs at S o'clock. Keturnlna TtskanT. h3! in l ortland 1.30 A. M. 1 lie company reserves the rlul.t i h.,,.. .i.... Vi" . SIIAVEM TBANSFOHTATION COlBVANTa w . ( . H H vt.nvm. 1ICLI.II. ur BtllllR IILII.r nHMt.H m.bm.II. , .. .... a ......... J-,.ijt- v; k;. mam sue, steerina bead and pedals fill- A Mii CUNttSS-Best quality tool steel, oarefnlly tempered and hardened CHAlNS-lii.h ...it hardened center., rear adjustment, CRANKfI-Our Mlabnted Irae-rdli. .ilnt Vi 5r4 teoted by natenU: no nniii nin. uririii. e'P'ece orsnk. folly pro- S or 7X -fKONT iOHK-iuriM.i' " "?"'.. OKA H BAB-Ewmibl, and adlu.talile: easily adJnatVs W anlari"t7 nlshed If ordered. SAUULk P. A v.. (.nitam nV.X,.!.ni.?"iridl.n,. Jhornfor. Hat-trap or robber: foil ball bearing. MNISH-ICnMneied to black wHhii hrf l. -nickel plated. Kaob Bloyole oompletT with tool bilJSJiJ'iJ.i,U SSffr" eoruina to tires, pedals, saddles, eta, VI to aooonnda. " s- - SIO la ear Snaels.! WhaiMu t -(.-,. ii .... for leas. To qnlokly Introdooe tbe "Haywood" Bicycle hare decided to mike a iiwuiii n reader of this paper a ehano to rot a flrat-claea wheel at the o.u. .... i Miimnon - iioaeplpe or Mor-firt-claa pneurnatlo tire. HUAkf i;-iiii THE MIST AND OREGONIAN TWO TOGETHER ONE YEAR, ONLY TW DOLLARS . , '- ss-w as HKwvBaSDo V UCTBI tab vum lowest prioe ever offered. On reoelpt of tm.ua and coupon we will ehlp to anyone tbe above Bloyole. aecorely crated, and guarantee aa(e dellTsry. Money refunded If not as represented after arriral aud examination. We will ship - .P-.w.Un Pr'1 o' examination, for SSS.0O and ooopon J-aj.j.j.j j ..... . f Coupon Ns. 2034 I aooo yea W SBNT WITH onoaa pom No. Ons of tbe doctors will make regular trips every month to this branch office. Consult the physician free at rjt, Helens Hotel for three days only. V !i. il 1. m w,,n roer as a jrnaran tee of good faith. A written btndlnn warranty with each Bloyole. This Is a chance ot a 1fetlme and von eennnt aflnni u tk. .I-.. Woltypaaa. Address ail orders to """"" T No. a Mww I AaSresa sill OrAera t. j, bicycle... A tWHillllliial THE OREGON MIST, 1ST. I-ISLEJisrs, OREGON THE JOSEPH KELLOGG & COMPANY'S RIVER STR JOSEPH KELLOGG : FOR PORTLAND Leaves Kelso Monrla Portland Tnesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 o'clock a. m.