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too of tha naw Odd Fellows' temple , laid In Pendleton last waelc, end In il war pletd numerous articles, among tuem considerable money, In denomination! varying from one cent up to on dollar. It way not be very fa to publish this leit eoma of the luaty hobos who congregate ia those towns ebould blow the building up to Set the tempting treasure, says o lestera Oregon paper. Will Add Akothbb Wiri. The Weitern Uoion Telegraph Company la putting in aaothar arm and wire on their Una between Portland and Taooma. Thli will make seven wire for that company paaalng through thia county, besides thoaa of tha Foetal company. Tha company hare been unable to gat men in Portland to do tha work and hare been oblidged to bring a crew of men from Minneapolis. Verily, tbeea MoKinley times make Idle men scarce. A Good Bapi.W. B. Byera' safe, that was in the flour mill in Pen die ton, when tha mill burned, waa opened laat Saturday. Tha contents were found to have suffered vary little In Jury. The backs of some books were little charred and the paint and var nish in the interior bad trickled upon tha papers, bat otherwise everything was in as good condition aa whan locked op. A aaok containing f 1000 In money and aereral pieces of county aorlp bad not been injured In the least. A Prbachbr Fiwbd. Soma lima go Rev. Kvan P. Hughes, pastor of the Congregational church at Hills boro, wss fined 50 and costs for viola tion of tha state game law. It seems that tha minister waa not familiar with tha law, and when informed by a friend that ha had killed a China pheasant during tha close season, be went before magistrate, pleaded guilty and waa fined $00 and cosia, that being the lowest fine that could bo Imposed under tha law. Governor Lord has remitted tha fine. Ttan Held Up. Late laat Satur day night tha 0. R. A N. train leaving Portland waa held up a few milea out side ot that city. About 915 In cash and a gold watob waa all tha highway men secured, and thia waa taken from tha engineer and fireman, none of the passengers being disturbed, fjunday afternoon tha robbers were captured at their lodgings In Portland. Tbey fare tbelr namea as Jackson and Williams, one being about 60 and the other 23 yeare of age Both claim to be Innocent of the charges preferred againat them, s. : 1 11 e Fatal Tkaim Wrbck. A freight train waa wrecked about SO miles east of The Pallaa early last Monday morn ing, killing; Charlea W. Johnson, en gineer, and aerioualy Injuring William ilockman, fireman. A sand storm had prevailed during tba nlgbt and a Urge quantity of aand drifted on tba track. Tha angina and two freight cars were thrown from the track by tba obstruction and turned completely over. It ia not expected tha fireman will recover, having suffered a broken leg and being terribly scalded. Later Tba fireman died Tuesday. If aht or Twa Kmd Tha notor ious Bandy Olds baa gone; but a num ber of bis bind yet remain In thia oily. Bandy ia a tough, characterless, eon aoienceleaa thug, a murderer and a ilitof. knt ha waa not alone in that clasa In Portland. There art eharae- tcre loafing about tha divaa in tha North End who would kill a man for la.Klia ik a Millil nn tha atresia or burn tha town lor a chance to plunder it. Chief Barry and his force of police are keeping a cluee watch on tbeea ghouls and fiends; otherwise there would oe a carnival or crime in me North End every week. Welcome. Aoricultuial Coixioi The Cor jallia Tlmea baa tha following con-earnine- tha Agricultural college en rollment t "Vpio Tuesday noon 226 atudenls bad been enrolled, the num ber being about 100 greater than the usual enrollment on the Bret two days. Tba enrollment ao far ia largely new atudente, due te the fact that former atudeuta, aware that the first week will be largely taken np with prelim inary work, bave not yet arrived. Dean Berohtold, who superintends the reg istration la convinced that the enroll ment will reaoh 800 by the end of the current week." Kept Him Bubdukd. While stop pine; one night at a farm house la Missouri, a trsveler wsa astonished to aee his hostess walk up toberbua band about every fifteen minutes and bos hia ears or give hia hair a pull, - aaya tha New York Journal In the morning the gueat, seeing tha woman lone, asked an explanation of ber atrange conduct, and her reply waa: "You see, atranger, me and the old man baa been fightin for ten years to aee who shall boss this 'ere renoh, and I have juet got bim cowered, but If I abould let up on bim for a day ha 'would turn on ma again, and my work would all go for nothing." The Deba Colonisation Flan. Bbattlb. Sept. 27. In an Interview today at Olympla with a Poit-InreMaenow cor respondent, Governor Roger gave his vlsws ss to ths proposed Debs' colonisation Plan lor Ibis state. Govsrnar Rogers saia "I know nothing whatever of the social demoorsoy colony, beyond what I have eeen outlined in the newspapers, and a let ter I hare received from Orrue Field Wll lard, notifying me that a committee would soon visit this state. I am not altogether In harmony with ths idsas of ths social democracy In their colonisation scheme. There Is nsithsr money nor land that caa be donated by the ststs to ths proposed colony, except, of oo'ire, as any men has ths privilege o( using his homenteud rights. However, I here actual knowledge that sonis of the railroads ears offered the pro genitor! of ths colony money and asaist anos to Induce them to Mttlo In Washing ton, also that special Inducements bars bsen bald out to the colonists by Eastern Washington land syndicates. Should ths pioneers sent out by the colony be man willing to work herd and of praotiosl ideas, the scheme will be production of good to the state in dereloping Its resources and adding to Its farms and eoruniercU! enter prises." PERSONAL AMD LOCAL.. Lunob at Maeonio hall tonight. Miss Nora Conyers la in the city. For a geod, cool drink go te tba new saloon. Dr. Edwin Sou spent last Sunday in Portland. Hare you tried the new pool table t the new saloon t . Mr. D. F. Baker, ef Vernonla, was In tbla oity Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. II. B. Cliff visited Portland yesterday. Everything la in readiness for the entertainment tonight. Mrs. C. H. Piggott waa visiting In the metropolis Tuesday. Surveyor Meeerve, of Delena, was in town a few minutes yesterday morn log. Mr. Dave Pope and hia mother, of Yankton, ware visitors to the big oity yesterday. Mrs. Welch, of Walla Walla, Wash., la in this oity visiting ber sister, Mrs. O. H. Piggott. We have carefully prepared descrip tive pamphlets of Columbia county for aale at thia office. Tha amount of told going to the Klondike continues to be much laiger than that coming away. Lloeuae to wed have been issued to Adeline Lovell and H. E. LeBsre; and Misa Leo fi. Bioe and Frank Davis. liV aiwt lfa CI. V Rlvlh. nl P.L. land, spent last Sunday In thia oity at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Quick. Mr. and Mrs. 8. Balser, of Bachelor Flat, were passenger on the early boat for Portland yesterday morning. Mr. Jamea Mnekle and wife were in Portland laat Sunday. Mr. Muckle bad gone up on Saturday to attend to buainaaa mattera. Mr. K A. Blaekmara. nleht nnrser nn th aljianiar Lurline. was in tha oity Tuesday, the gueat of Mr. and Mrs. j. ti, oneiuou. The Bainier Bevlew baa changed bands again, or at least, ohanged man agement, Mr. 8. D. Dennia now hav ing editorial charge of the paper. For Sale, Cheap 200 fathoms good 9g and It) inch mash net and good scow fur sale cheap if taken at once. Apply to J. T. Walker, lioulton, Or. Eighteen persons were killed while attempting to cross White's paaa from Skaguay on tbe trail to Klondike one day last week. Tbey were caught in a land alide. Nebreska'a gold democrats met on Wednesday and nominated separate state ticket. The popocrete dispar aged the movement, but the result may aurprise them. Tbe Interior of Dr. Boss' drug store baa been undergoing change this week which, by the application of paint and paper, giving it more pre aen table appearanoe. Mr. George Mayger, of Heyger, waa in town abort time laet Friday even ing, lie waa on hia way borne from Portland, where he had been attend ing to buelnesa mattera. v. n W Jnhnaon. editor of the Corvalha Gesette, and Miss Lillian E. Hamilton, of the aame city, were mar ried on Wedaesday of laat week. Tax Mist extends eengratulationa. Miss Jones, who has been teacbiog tbe Bachelor Flat school for some Hmm hal aunlAt a. nOSitloB in the Glatakanle eobool, having charge of tbe intermeaiaie uepanment more, flnmmlatlonar Frakee waa In town Tuaadav morninc and In tbe after noon etarted for Rainier on horseback, where he and Judge Doan pooled is aa and muh a trtn of insDectlon along the county roads down tha river. Regular services will hereafter be conducted in the Episcopal church in the evening of the second and fourth n.in,Wva nl aanh month. Bervicee on the second Sunday will be conducted Kw a rasnlar ordained minister and 00 the fourth Sunday by a lay reader. Tim Um im bow loadina rail- mm Inmliar at Portland for the Siber ian railroad will be ready to aail in a . ... i . anno faai oava. una win oarrr aoout o.--uv,- 000 feet when loaded. Thia steamer ia capable of carrying V.0OO tonaol freight, or aba win carry aa mucn lum ber aa twelve ordinary ooeaung vessels. A few years ago it waa rare occur reuce to aee a lourmaet emu ni..mkia la hut bow mora than half the vessels that come here are of that claaa, which proves conclusively that the commercial importance of PnriianJ la e-marins- ranidlv. The av erage tonage of vessels ooming here increases annually. TV, Irani tfnnnt New informs us that Canada has 12,000,000 bushels of barley that she wanta to market in K. ITnltarf Hiatal 11(1 (llMSn L II KB ID. Dingley bill. Tbe Dominian also has a big crop of potatoes reaay to amp in. And yet free trade cranks tall ua that nmutntlnn never did anvthing for the r . . a. .n farmer, aaya tne aauton cagie. It la aaid there are number of ahlna Wins- in tha harhr at Ban Fran- rtlaaA with Aaraoaa on hoard hut can not go to sea because enougn aaiiora nan not be had to men tbe veeeele, a very unusual ooourrenoe. The great amount of commerce at thia time nas brought into service every available seaman and atill there ie demand in exoesa of the supply. Tbe personal property belonging to the estate of Henry Johnson, deceaeed, that also ot John MoDonald, deoeased, aa aold at tha courthouse last Tuee- j.- h W V Onlntr. administrator The goods consisted of a kit of tools, some bedding and otner smau aruc.es, of little value, in the first case, and several foreign coina and soma books, in tha Utter case. A naughty exobanga aaya there is anvihino- that a woman can not do with a hairpin. She uses it to piok her teeth, button shoes, clean fln -.il. m.nnh Had hlira nnt of CraOkS fasten up stray bangs, clean out her husband's pipe, pica ner mm nana, scratch her bead, run into cakes to sea if they are done, and aooui a rati' lion other things that the poor, de luded man knows nothing about. "My boy came borne from school one day with his hand badly lacerated ana oieeaing, ana euiiered great pain," says Mr. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros.' Drug Go St. Louis, Mo. "I dressed the wound, and applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely. All pain ceased, and In a remarkably abort time healed without leaving a aoar. For wounds, sprains, swellings and rheumatism I know of no medicine or prescription equal to it. I consider it a household necessity." The 20 and 60 cent aisea for sale by Dr. Edwin Boas. Mra. Effa Eglin and Miss Louisa Weber, of Portland, bave been in town several days this week In an ef fort to organise a lodge of the Pro tected Home Circle, an order of eleven rears' standing, which baa already ac quired quite a large membership. It Is for both men and woman, and ia principally for inauranoe, though ita social leal u res are aaid to be good. Mr. J. L. Mitchell delivered a lecture bare Tuesday evening in tbe interest of the order. About a year ago Mr. P. A. Frakee purchased a piece of land near Scap- pooee witn toe intention of making it a highland home. He ia aocceeding aamiraoiy in nia efforts, aa tba entire piece, containing 60 acres, is now logged, and by another couple of years runup will bave a place be can well be proud of. Tbe county neede more energetic, industrious farmers like Mr. Frakee, and when it baa acquired them we will be better off. Mr. E. 0. Giltner, of Salem, and Mr- L. K. Adama, of HilUboro, came down to Bt. Helens laet Sunday. Mr. Gilt ner on Monday went out to Buoker hilL where Senator McBride waa camp- lag, and Monday evening Mr. Adams left for Portland, where be took pas sage on the steamer Elder bound for Juneau, Alaska, where he expeote to remain at least doting tbe winter, and In the aprlng may proceed to Klondike. Every woolen mill In Oregon ia running at full capacity, and some of them are running night and day. A new mill ia being put in at Portland by Fleiscbner, Mayer A Co., who ex pect to bave it in operation within a week. There ia an inoreaeed demand for tha product of these milia and they will probably continue to run at tbeir full capacity all winter. Captain Frank Kellen, a professional doer of dangeroua feats, will attempt voyage over tbe Oregon City falls in a barrel next Sunday. The barrel to be need ia aaid to be tbe aame one need by Captain Webb, who lost his Ufa in Whirlpool rapids, below Niagara leue some years ago. Tbe little 4 year-old eon of Mr. nod Mra. Albert Wood, of Vernonia, walked into an aab heap a few days ago and severely burned bia feet and band. The little fellow waa brought to St. Helena Wedneaday morning where hia injuries were attended to by Ur.uoaa. Judge and Mra. F. A. Moore, of 8a- lam, came down Monday afternoon and spent several days in onr city vis-iiine- Irienda. The iudge bad not been in St. Helena since he waa called to Salem over Ave years ago, and notes many changea and improvements. Tha errand lodae Knicbte of Pythias wiU meet in Portland October 12th. Tba local lodge will be represented by Grand Inner Guard, J. u. neegie; Representatives Jamea Sheldon and Edwin Boas, and Pact Chancellor H. B. CUff. The Dallea Transportation Company have on needed the demands el tne Bteamboatmen'e Union and advanced the wagea of dackhanda a per month, making the wagea 4U per montn ana board. It ia aaid the Kellogg Company will put tbair little steamer Chester on tne slough route between Bainier and rortland in tne near luiure. Aooiner cbanee to "blow in" some money. Senator McBride and Mr. and Mra. Dolman want out to Bunker bill last Friday for a few daya outing. They ware camped at the Lyden place, near the summit of the mountain. Mr. Jamea Alexander, one of the contractors on tha Astoria road, waa in town Monday evening. In tbe opinion of Mr. Alexander the road will be eompietea tnis year. After visiting with their daugher, Mra. J. W. Day, in tbla city for several daya, Mr. and Mra. A. E. Ansorge re turned te their home in Lebanon laat Wednesday. Miaa Frankie Way and Miss Alfred die McAllister returned from Portland laat Sunday after apending about ten daya with relatives and friends in that oity. Tha his- aieamer Glenloobv naseed down with a cargo of nearly 8,000,000 feet of lumber on board weanesaay morning. She Is bound for China. Walla Sweatlaad. well known here, waa in town a day or two thia week, coming up from Grant'e Paaa, where he and bia family now rearae. Dyptheria baa again etarted in Port land. Six oases and two deatba are reported in one family in Albina. Judge Doan waa in the oity a shon time Tuesday afternoon attending U soma buainesa in probate. Attorney Beam Kanaga, of Astoria waa in thia city a day or two this weot on professional buainosa. Bev. C.N. Plowman will preach aw Warren next Sunday at 11 a. m., and at Yankton at 7 :30 p. m. The wagea of the section men on the Northern Paoiflo bave been in creased 25 cents a day. Work on the wood flume extension ia in progress, having begun Monday. Emmatt Stevena waa circulating at par in our city Tuesdaj evening. Hop after tha entertainment tonight, A DreaeUallr Wes-wewa. . Gaim: I was dreadfully nervous, and for relief took yonr Ksrl'a Clover Boot Tea. It quieted my nerves and strengtheaed my whole Nervous System. I wss troubled with oonstipatloa, kidney and bowel troub le. Yonr tea soon cleansed my whols sys tem so thoroughly that I rapidly regained my health and strength, lire. 8. A. Sweet, Hartford, Con. Sold by Dr. Edwin Boss. VERNOHIA GLEANINGS. RsJny weather prevails. Much plowing Is being done. Vera Mow returned home Tnesdsy. Carell Keasay we in tosu this weak. Frank Wilson visited Pittsburg Wednes day..' Mrs. A. Eaatlickls reported as being quite sick. Frost fell a nlgbt or two ths first of the week. Olartnoe Bead, of Rock creek, paid tbe outside world a visit tbts week. Oar winter term of school will begin Oe tober Uib, with J. K. Dow wielding tbe rod. Bev. V, M. Fluhtr end D. V. Baker paid tbe metropolis a visit tbe first of the week. Some of onr farmers are patronising A. S. Dudley's gristmill, on East Dairy, this fall..:: Samuel Mow, accompanied by Mr. Sban naaan aad Mrs. Baker, left for 8t. Heleus Wednesday. Jodgs Brink and his faithful spouse re turned horns Tuesday from the Marlon county bopfields. , George Pearson, of Pittsburg, took a torn around ths square, viewing tbe sights in our town Saturday. Ths empty houses of this city will soon all be occupied by students eager to take advantage of the opportunities afforded for acquiring kaowledge. Th young child of Mr. and Mra. Albert Wood bad ths misfortune to fall Into a Ore Wednesday and was severely burned. Win Helling er and Van Mow left for the Goble railroad Sunday Intending, It luck attended them, to bold down a job (or the winter. . More cattle buyers are scouring this val ley this week, anxious to secure cattle and hogs, as much or more so as they were in the most prosperous times. Ws are informed that tha catechetical elass of this city, which hss a membership of twelve, will meet at the church on Sat urday, October 28, at 2 p. m. All young folks are cordially invited to come and help the good cause. We prophesy aa overwhelming majority for the republican party next June, as most of oar Kloadikers from this part of the moral vineyard, are populist, who are ss eager to secure all of tbe despised yellow dirt ot a year age. that they can comfort ably carry. Onr Clatskaale brother says that the hop- pickers have all returned to bia section of the country. Hot so here; they eome strag gling in by twos, threes and wagoo loads amona tbe latter to arrive we notice Albert end John Bsksr, Ore Larendar and Mrs. MoOullough and family. BCAPP008E NEWS. A feed-grinding mill is needed here. Rev. Cbas. Phllbrook preached here Son' dy- X. H. Lynch Is building a barn and silo oo his plaos. W. T. Watts b building a silo la connec tion with his cow barn. Wild haying la about done. The crop was short but quality good. Mrs. Robert Hartman Is spending month with relative in Kansas. Potato dlctini Is now in order. The tow price ottered does not encourage growers. Mrs. J. O. Watts attended the Congrega tional association at Hood River this week. A. Holaday and H. West gathered over tan tons of prunes from their trees this Cord wood Is moving at aa advanced price ever last year, aad the many wood men are jabilant ' Htm. A. Stump ie erecting a commodious dwelling on her property. G. W. Vollans Is the builder. J. O. Johnson is having a large eew barn erected on his farm. Umkamp fc Sons are the contractors. Rev. Charles Schlock has organised German Lutheran church In South Boap- pooee settlement, r Burgdorfer A Johnssa are Improving the water power of their sawmill, and soon will be able to fill large orders. F. Payee is putting a large French burr nto hia paint mill, and the output will be greatly increased thereby. HooDlckers have about all returned. Wet weather Interfered with profitable picking, but all bad aa enjoyable time. Sabbath school will be maintained during the winter, and a general tavttatioa is ex tended to the publle to attend. Siloe are getting to be a neoessity among our farmers aad all who havs them are ex ceedingly well pleased with ensilage feed- log. The Anderson fruit dryer proved a great boon to local fruit growers, and great quan tities, especially dried prunes, will be of fered. '.. .---'V : Miss Gertrude Vollans, who was success fully graduated tram Miss Boyle's school this year, has entered tbe Portland High school tor the winter. Miss Lulu Mann closed a very successful term of eobool In district 28, (joint) laat Fri day,' and left immediately for Hlllsboro, where she will teach in the eity schools. A lolly crowd of visitors from the Haul ton Unity lodge paid the Scappoose lodge a fraternal visit last Saturday evening. After a short programme, light refreshments were served and a general good Urns was bad. v Regal ism t dr.a- EMawmvi UttfLatli molality hu Completed by Christmas. inrhaiwaen Portland and Astoria before Chrhtraas," said W. O. Cowgill, elty editor of tbe Astonan, wnen In Portland a few days sgo. 'The new U1 bridge asross John Day's river, fire miles east of Astoria, was fin ished Sunday, and a construction train went orer ths structure yesterday. Track k.. Sai I.M thrmiah Knanna on to Blind slough, 16 miles east ef Astoria. An ia- ereased fores, now numbering sboatiooo nan ara nnehtna thin Ml with VlaOrbe tweea Blind slough and Goble, where con nection will be mad with tbe northern Pa A nana In tha erada ara bainc rapidlr closed, and the hardest of tbe rock work Is nearly floishsd. Tbe difficult construction through Blind slough will soon be at aa ...nk.ki l natnhar 10. if tba weatner continues favorable, and at all event not later than November 1. "An tinmenss qnantity of lies Is now at RalnW. and areat niles of steel rsDs havs bean provided at the east end of tbe line. Tracklaying will begin from nota enos a tl.ln tBA wwk. -Tha malarial for the lone steel brides over Blind slourh is now en rout from tbe East, nd contractor B, W. Wakefield, of East Portland, will begin work on th structure between October S and 10. "It I understood that trackage arrange ment here been made with the Northern P.IA ha hfoh traina from Altoria will use the track from Geblelnto Portland, and that our road wui be provides lor si tne union nation." Tar!' Clorar Root Tea ia a Dleasant lax ative. Regulate ths bowels, purifies ths blood, liears in complexion, jwy , mske and pleasant to take. 29 cent. Bold by Dr. Edwin Boa. aj . . a 1 ' VALLEY NEWS ITEMS. There was quit a heavy frost her hut Monday night. Ignats Sintak went laat week to seek em ployment oa the Astoria railroad. The largest potato dug yet In this locality this year weighed on pound. John Wil- rerding raised it. The hoppickers from this place have all returned, sad ars busy on their ranches putting la fall grain. The bopplckers from Oils piece all report doing fairly well, considering tbe disad vantages of wet weather and poor hope. It ha lately been reported here that a railroad may be built through here shortly. and If the report be true, the company that build it will nap a handsome benefit, a the road wonld pa throagh a belt of mag- alficeot timber, and not only that, but there exist plenty of coal and iron, and, perhaps, gold; ye, gold land if the people of this part of tba county sit under their own vine and fig tne a little longer then will be a regular Klondike boom here In stead of going away to the frozen regions of Alaska. Cure that cough with 8bUoh's Core. The best Cough Cure. Believes croup promptly. One million bottles sold last year. 40 dote for 25 cent. Sold by Dr. Edwin Roes. The Farmers and the PopwIlsU. The populists in the Farmers' National Congress were badly defeated daring It sessions. "Calamity" Welter, of Iowa, in traduced a resolution for tbe restoration of the free coinage of silver. This was ported unfavorably and rejected. Then came a resolution favoring the prohibition of "private monopoly in public necessities,' even to tbe extent of the exercise ef the right of eminent domain and the acquire saent of such necessities by the state. ' On a call of states a three to one majority against the resolution was developed. Another financial resolution was similarly disposed of after a short discussion to avoid filibus tering, which had been resorted to by the populists, later In the day the pohullsta wen again "turned down" on tbe final re port ot the committee en resolutions. Res olutions were adopted commending tbe secretary ot agriculture for his efforts In be half of ths dairy industry; favoring govern ment Inspection and grading ef butter for export, aad the reduction of official salaries ; providing for a committee to report a plan for co-operatioa between the state for the preventina of the spread of contagions dis eases among domeatio animals. Resolu tions introduced by Mr. Loncks favoring ths Income tax, government control of tele graph and telephone, the prohibition of corporate ownenhip of land for ipeculatlve purposes, and ths Initiative ana referen dum had been turned down In committee, and Mr. Loueks had made a minority re port in each esse. Hs was allowed to speak in support of each of the resolutions, and thaw the concrete overwhelminaly sus tained its committee. Sew York World. Deeds Recorded, Gee. Brous and wife to George A. Brodle, richt-of-way. Ernest Bryant to Enos Hankins, 6X acres in sec 16. tp 7 n, rawest; sua. H. F. Dunn ead wife to C. H. Piggott, right-of-way over lot IS and H ot lot It block t, Georgetown. IMOFF & IIINAR, MAHCFAOTURBBS OF Monuments stanaLt ana enamv AMD ALL KINDS OF CBMKTKBT WORC rrauAN mabbu a pkcialty. 321 E.WorrisonSUortlar.d.C FOR PORTLAND, DAILY." -8TIAMM- Young America -VIA- WILLAMETTE SLOUGH Lear St. Helens , Arriva at Portland. . . .. 8:30 A M .,10:00 A M .. 2:80 P M I Leave Portland ... ArrireatSt. Helens.. ,.. 6:00 P M FABB ft CBNTS. Will Carry Nothing bnt Passengers ana f ast rreigut. JAMES GOOD, MASTER IL. a - .r--:-::3 i AYetfefabfe Preparation for As similating titfToodandBeCuta- Hrff tha ttnmrfi and Rawpk ct tiess and Ksst.Coci tains neither OpnunVMarpbioB lwr ISauaL Sot Narcotic. imtfCUVrSSSXLBSSSOL ,iQrMaeJUf KniAti. A nerfecf Remedy forCortstlD- lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, Worms .Convulsions ,r evmsri ttts mid Loss OF SUEZB TacSirou Signature ot WW "YOHK. BCSCTCOPyOTWHAPPTB. GET YOUR.. PROVISIONS - AT - Harris' Cash Grocery. pi I i 46 The Perkins" C. W. Mr. Knowles was, for many years, proprietor of the St. Charlea hotel, and while there established a reputation as a hotel man. He is now in a better position to entertain hia friends than ever before, and will welcome all his old patrons to bia new place of business, where can be found an up-to-date hotel. Comer Fifth and 0 Dr. E. Ross i .. : . 4 ST. HELENS, OREGON j Constantly Keeps in Stock a Complete Line of i DRUGS, J TOILET I ARTICLES yyyifVYVvryyvy School k An Unusually well-selected Stock: . e .1 ai r a r CU. RI1U Ultt DVB A FINE LINE OF Finest Perfumes and Boftpn....... THE MIST AND OREGONIAN TWO TOGETHER ONE YEAR, ONLY TWO DOLLARS WHITE COLLAR LINE FAST TIME. Str. Telephone Leare Portland dally (except Sunday) V A. M. Leave Asioria dally (except Sunday) 7 r. M Str. Bailey Gatzert Leave Portland dally (except Sunday) S P. at Leavee Astoria dally lexoept Sunday and Men- aayj h i s.a. ouuuaj uiu . w vwu Landing: Pool of Alder street, Portland, Or,, navel 4.00, aaiona, urogou. THATTHE FAC-SIMILE . SIGNATURE' -OF- V T af ' 13 ON THE WRAPPER. OF EVEBT ' I BOTTTJE OIF . j I? mm Oasteris I put n la n-ls oottlei Snly. II Is set ssU la balk. Beat allow sayou te sell yea aaythhig als a th plsa at prewis that tt Is "last ss aeod" aad "will asswer (very eas. pass." r Bee that yea got 0-A-B-X-O-aVtA, 1 Heft. 1 i i i i e AanValWalfc-anVanVana aa ifa atfc affc aV KNOWLES, Manager. Washington Streets, Perth nl 9 - re yvvvvvvvvM'vvwyB'V'i VVY-aVSjrVSsSSFSJsjeiajaV, Supplies of Writing Tablets, Fens, Pen- aT ir 1. a 1UU UU lUrJ iUetrfcUU . FANCY STATIONERY PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY AND ACCURATKLY COMPOUNDED. -THE BANQUET SALOON CLONINGER & COOPER, FBOFRIETOB8. Wine and Liquor Card tables, pool table, billiard table and other devices for the entertaUimi-nt of pat rons, where time can be pleasantly spent. FAMOUS FIRE LADDIE CIGARS Besides other popular bramls, are keri constantly on hand to supply the incrcaitxl trade at this very popular suloou. tax famous -( CYRUS NOBLE Wll If, ICY I KEPT AT Hit BANQUET.