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February 24, 1809. LOCAL AND GENERAL. I nminAAH .. I ...... s .1 ai . Mt bh Columbia that lb Chemaiuua voka rfivlna hLsain n, nvJ Jll mmn , 7 co?1 . "uPPy emd (ha visitors with neat and well 100,000,000 feet of lumber for Cliinni.fi nlu,,n ml. .r... u:-u m:-- urn ... i I ... .. . I , , , . . , ... I . "vmo nikoi ttuitii mill vv urajQ Uka a Vm Imti.A V -.FT . J a t T . Ii a I ... - C I"'.' ?" , Daoker iBsuja 0.er gu. J"""" " anniversary oi ine uay lu Kalnma. foundlnsrof the order Tunsdav .. I ilnl a.,. - I f-jAH. If . .. i ... wi bhiiih manner. rue ladies . rordana on ana mends of (he order were admitted "onaay aiteruoon. jo the loclgeroorn about 9 o'clock, when VEllKONIA , VAIUETI-ES. Distrkt Attorney Cleeton spent last nuuuy lu vniB City. lha sseeseor ii oreoarln in Win ).. . ... JA " o us HIIHPUM 01 low. 1. :n i . i .wv uiviiis uiossi ' ?v" contraot to supply corned tha visitors with neat aud well i" :- . : i"""5"1 saseiiioiage witn a oeugnt- u una oity wsunssaay, IX year to out thia amount f I fMl.nl,. a j. ..u.. "... I ' lumber, and that additional mill will the history of the order, tot-ether with . .c?vl7 Cltt Watts was confined to uav. to oa erected. lt, objeoti Tand aim. wa. iread bv David Md -bis week with a .ever cold, 1. ....,,1,, ii- i ' 1 . ., I which was followed bv A vocal n. . ru i F 7 'l"r'. 01 I solo bv Mil MiuiU w.tti H:: I " yu want boi luncn ea nook talraon entered the utter part of n . . .u j Watts, of Heap- Mr. ici,,tyre's ,, t bowhna allev laet week, and fishermen at LtorU P00??' nd. lh8derM ?' .ucces at- nyr e ne to Dowiing alley, made lame catohea last im,1. ,ihi """""a" won merited and re- J. it McKihhen. dir,.r .. n.. no ... . . . ... ' 6"" flfl tlrt anill hanctw . I. . - . ' ' " i lie nail Bold read y at 7 on tit. a muntl. . r ' y 'V tor. Ot Portland. vi tad Avon Imlcra n B Vniincr llllv In. nnlhn u. ... j . ' AiM. jonei. of Portland. fnri u uiooHiiB who an laatrumantai t; n n tti.. m u . - v, v-u, vuuricvi iH ui buiu nunnav in i-iiiitnn mi. ii . . i l i, . . . uu. tir-.i ii.u iTi.. . r"' """"" " a itii u iubdl Lima was nan , 'v.ni.i it iudk, h& it inn n mi. M.in. u n Thuredar avaninv of UmI uli . tk. Kom. rendered two familiar aulantlnna I ' ! regular aeml-montbly meeting of tb,B rao"t creditable manner. Mias I , Attorney W, U. Conyera, of Clatf JKatnbone Sittara of tbi city. Two I '"'"ngame assiated tbern with organ "H ie county aaat attend' Kn ebta wera init aimi Intn th m... acoompanvmenL A verv imnortant ine to outineee Wedneadav. whh oi Hie llatbbonea. attar ah nh iBnr antOTauia leatura of tha lunon wai served in tha lodge-room, ""Binge entertainment waa then in. nu an prawut apent a very euioyablel l'u"l""u ? vnaocenor eveninc. ' ' Blakealey. faet Chancellor Martin Coethran. who waa hold to U ihZm JCLtLllXr'.TAl A food many aturgeon are belne ... - - I vipm'llivi IUUUUDI bUUHUlHriX I 11 . . t i . . . newer to uie grand Jury, by the ua- tio of th.m. .nd M. th.i L " preeent, ior wnicn Dabermeu Kewtoa Parker waa doloa bnalneaa la oat WWU HUDUIJ, Mr. Wra. Wi!on left thl vallev for the raeirupoiw lunun; on dudiun, loud of merchandise to tforcut Grove tbii iri wn. Wiliioa and John Yonnr paniKHl turough our town Muuiiay, bound ior mt ritiauuri crutiuiu. MIm Alma Throori, lha Pitbiburs bill Ct a vhiit buturdiiy aud buuday. Mr. Mfllrnvtoio'e realdcnoe in tlift olty canmlit hra Mondav. oaualno ereat alarm. When von want a hnt l.,r.h .all at "ul Mrwu" aam uoue- jut. Binna miea me puipic ai toe cvan gtliual church Uunday avcnlnr. Theaar- mou wa excellent and waa well taken. MANY AXOVEIt Haa tnmed with dlfurnftt from an nf.harwlM niyaoie gin wim anoilenslreiirpRtn. Kurl Clover iioot Tea imrillee the brtuili by it action on the bowels, etc., as nothing elxe wiu. rom ior years on aoaoiuMguarantr fries Zacte. anil Uinta, hi, I, I ho lir. Koaa, rimrerint. Ht. Hnlen. and M. A. r- tf, juoniton. . For Ii Grippe. who la cooking for oiiipanr, was aoiue on Thomas Whitfield A Co. 2(0 Wabash-av earner Jaekson-st.. one ot Chicago's oldrsl and most prominent druKists, recommend uuamuenain s ;ougli Jteiuedy loriaKrinpe, as it not only gles a promt and complete relent, but also counteracte any tendency of a grippe w result in nneunionia. f or sa by Ui, tidwlo Koss, druggUt, Bt. Helens. Ilea Holder's Sals. a large run of flab throughout the atiason will continue Messrs. McDenlel and P. J. Lund were d ul us; some official business with tba notary public Monday la regard to tbsnswpoet- uuuw w ai, Pr. Hatfield would like to know bow to preserve salmon cpga for summer fibin. Now. this is a chant ta teach ear doctor an uregon trica.. Father Pisber aad family, who bavebaen residina with their son. Iter. P. M. Fisher. of this city, returned to their boms at Mon- niouui luenuuy. N' R Ct TC Pl,i1t.rnnb .111 ...U .i I Dr Hattlnlrl. of (hie Mir maealll ti tha r,m.,l. Bachelor Flat Bundav at 11 m and re,ill,"o ol Wra. Hoes, of Heaver creek, to t-omanander oonaay at ai a. m. ana glT, m.u(cai ald to Mf, He wll0 ta guP rHarr aand l Boappooae la the evening at 7 :30. "uffroui a complication of dieaa. ceutt and 6 eenta per tioe of tbla preolnot.' on' a h. of .7i. "V,"" F" re receiving 4 "ie?M.d tomJM a M"M' programme' cfid not receive ibvm"r and brought 'to this 0lt7'bv SherTff ".Ma "IT.""' JJ lL?XJS -M7 Rloe, and tried before Jud Doan. ih.Voc3 inX "iS!?.. r?ctltom Everybody interested in the Neha- lem road improvement proposition are requested to meet at the ollice of Dii- duct durine; the process of dispo- Cantaln Hnrwi'a 1 l7'""uu w"" nu oeen put oetore Ina will ii nut i .uja i. , uom. mih w neon again lavorea the ic, will be out end ready to go into ootunanv with a vocal aolo. and It ... TrT. r!?l i. i t -betrtiy -Jof d, after which name Saturday evening at 7 i80. force of mwhanici ie lushing the work Una wirnart.' -L- .a. i Zx.il . w in an possible baato. Tha enginea Brother MoKibben ' of Portland took J lunon M M,r?ecI by Mrfc will be reeeived from the .hops tomor- part in bia cwtMiarv elaborate man to.Inlvre- Coffee and pie or coffee .'"1" S-sJ? JSSLJW ;UD?.wlrt7tiota Our worthy Dostmaater left Taeadav for a short Sojourn at the metropolis, 'i bis is the lirst tun for almost two years that rjpud has failed to call out from behind tha win- aow, "All out, gentlemen." Carroll McNatt wlnl.es ta hnv rand tim ber claim In township 4 aorta 6 west, 6 north A west and 6 nortb S west. Anyone wantiur to dispone of their claims will do wu to g ire Mr. McMutt a oaU. OTTCR IH HEREBY fllVEH THAT ON OR of Vaticonrer. Wiuiliiiiirtikii. ilAt1 In thnAb.ru, of W. 1. Connell, of Oeor Inland, Oregon, for the purKmai paKiuriug, reedim? ana cantifr lor, one li mere atKilits years oldcBlled "Kowwita.'' aud wherMtheld W. U. Cooneli baa bentowed care ana ixea npnn sain aenorlMi anlmnl from aukuh aim, vtm, to tne date of this notice, aud bas durina all said time had and now haa aalit animal la hi actual poMewilon, and whereas the bill for said penture, fed and care Dow aifiiiiiuMiia; to tne sum 01 stw.uu nas unt been liitir nnr any part thereof. Therefore If aald hill of tiiUW, Uinether with 110.00 attorney's tees and the emit of this ailveuiaewnt a not paid on or before Saturday, February it&th, W.r, at 10 o'clock a. ra. said deatTllml anlmnl will be sold UY v. v. uonneil at nub le amitlon tn tha h h. eat bidder fur canti In 0. a. (ioid coin to satfify aid lien claim, together with all cnata. h.ii ale will take place at the barn on the farm of inoinajnxmnf.il, on Deer island. In Columbia county, state ol Oregon, on Saturday, rebraanr i&th. 18l, at 10 o'clock, a. m. fated rtb. nth, limit. W. D. CONNELL, Lien Claiiuaut. RAIN 1 EH NEWS. and connected the read to operate. Tha commissioners mull viu oeiaoeara waa nnHnJ In & m..t..i. manner and won bint woll earned ap- 6 oeuta loaf. Road Next to bowling alley. K. B. Smith anada a visit to Waatnnrt I! 1 . . " ' I II vuueauay. W. A. Ediceiton. formerlv of Clatskaal spent ouuuuy iu town. Hon. Dean Blanchard waa a caaaenrar tn Asturia ssouoay morning. M. J. Kltterinr and John Dibble were visitors to t oruaoa juonuay. Citj Treasurer's Notice. Ovvtca OF OlTV TftCASCasB, a ii - , . ... THE CITY TKEAHUriEa OP HT.' ukukliu, Oregon hereby elves notice that all war rants of this citv which have been nrouinii.d ana endorsed "wot raid Ior Want of Funds." prior to October t. wn. and warrant No. xx. an. doneil October S. 1)W7. will ha naid niwin nra entatlon to me. Interest will not be allowed aiier una aate. . VAViu uavln. fJity Treasurer. Notice for Publication. T wu" u m w.-u '"F80 P- Road supervisors, whose term of a r u..- of Tillamook V. Alter singing the closing ode office eznired on the first of th. month. hlTwav r. Phrtiknj T..-irfi. auortableaaw. 01 "e order the member and friends should have their reoortai-.dv to .nh-1 . .... . . . . to on J!Z:JmATUt mil th " county commit br wdwned i. I me order s anniversary bad been nmn-l uii. ...... .u. o.u I n.r t.,. i'..i,,i. u...i.. ' I OTUIVU UISVUI VU IUD Olli Oil WMUMBJ ,1HUU. Patch A Plue are bnlldinr a large addi. tloo to their drybouse 10x30 feet, increasing county have Durohaaed mill, which la expected thana Tl will t. I once, sawing out planks in different I 'rly ob,afTed od celebrated by them. March. Wal wSai II.. a a 1 1. . t 1 . I 1 " I be planked, it beiac thoueht that . P1 8hw Kellogg and Kamm, Tne bowling teams are pitted against their drying capacity f,m six hundred ii planked roads will ba moraaarvin.ahl. l.n 01 fading steamboat men in uu ".'""f ""' maa """"" run' nunareu aoors per wee, h.n .....I Tl..... i. u IBIS rxirt. end owners of man hnata I mng UlgO. IOC persoaoel Of tile I Mrs. Backbe. wife of John Hurkhaa rllH ".. R'.'h tunv ia vuiiaiuaraui I . . - i i ... .. . . , . : - . . complaint about bad roada but tha e""rel into a combination with " aooat toe aame as ttiose wtio inursaay night, the wtr i iast. at the ret lltftJ!Z trXmtVXTM7 Pt,c,p.ted loth, former contest. MBuck tTAXk these diffloulties. steamboat, one that will be a flyer in Th flri. Mond.r lri Marrh ta th. dropsy, and at laatauooumbed to that dia- i line lunest meaning of tne) word. Bays .,, r n '.11 TT .c . 'lease, ene was Dunea u the a., ol jf. cera- The new steamboat beinr built bv the Teleeraw. 8he will nut anvtl.in. ",uu'u etery on Baturday. me U. xf. ft M. Company at Portland yet afloat on the Columb ia or Willam. :r. .r: V " .r"v At a caucus bald in tha town hall Mob Is fast assuming shape. The hull ia "e rtvere in the shade, exceotintr. of B"i.S lur nD.u : day evenine the following citixeus were completed and the upper works sr. torpedo boate, and it U ZL' Z'Xa IT .Tff,"0 .w. . w u . u vwm IU.I UMW, Lajid Omni at Oaaoow Citv, 0., February, 7, 1899. VTOTICB IB HEREBY OIVKN THAT THH i.V followtne-nained anttiAr haa AImI nnll... , nis intenuon to make nnal nrnnf In imiiMin nl bis claim, and that nald proof will be made be fore the coouty clerk of Columbia county, at ot, aeiena, uregon, on BtarcJi Jt levy, VU: WILLIAM C. ADAM, Homestead entry No. 9m, for the south Jf of the northeast W. and lota 1 and 2 section 4. niwnnhin 4 north, range west. He names the followlnv wttneaaea tn nmu hi. continuous reaideww upon and eultivation of said land, vis; Gerhard Morhacu, Andrew Kenowski, William lUrtb, John HUdebrand, all oi vauey, uregon. iwnu bou. a. MOOKsa), Kecister, PROFESSIONAL. bout half done. It is the intention M by one of the three navigators to oomplete the boat in time for the " he expected to reel off at The ladies of 8t. Helens and vicin summer iramo. When aha will be nut least zv Know an hour. Tba boat will it . n..i i -.n u.. a--.. , . - . , , . I i . . ... . . I - " -1 w wiu uu jura, osuie vu us run uotwenn jroniana ana as- oj twin screws, manipulated A. McKibben, East Morrison and toria. She is built for speed and i ex- by triple-expaneion compound engines Union avenue, Portland, when thev pec tea to eoiipse anything on the river. tne latest Improved pattern. Her desire the services of a first-class dresir nlie will have the largest encinaa ever dimensions will be 120 feet in lencth. I -" .m . x.uui , m ww.a w iu ivov, AiviJUUKn It J CUHt U niO. . . , . . .. "o an ass ure a rct that thia boat a girt over in uowuts county 1 will be constructed aa inundarl il, ciroumstanoe that plans are being per- Darned Short long loved a certain Mr. wnii. xihub, ntue ininmnit 01 fdOled damnnatrat. that tha imhu. UI.a.1 trt. i . I!.. I. I. . I . 7 : .. ."wi , iviw a iiiviB iBBHin ntmsa itinir. i fa unnii.ta .i..i.,j. ,u. : -. CJa ,7 'TS ,OTMMieprr of the parties, iu answer to inquiries, posed to Lronr, and Short loosed ta ba a.id , ..v.. i, i. ... .1 u..:i j yen with Little'e shortcomings. So la boat, and it will be a eDeedr one. if money can secure speed. She will be built on lines adapting ber for passen ger and faat freight only, and our in tention now is to start ber off on the Kamler route, touching; at iutermedi ate points on the slough. It is also ofPyihiana visited kainior haw U-t POMiwcttiat wc will put her on th RainrHaw .in. .n.i . i i" ..... rortund-Astoria run durine the ex. eiiori, meeting long, threatened to marry Little before long, which caused Aiittie in enort to marry Lone. Did Short love Little leas because Little loved LiOiigT About fifteen members of Avon lodge 1 1 yinians visitea Kainior lodira Uat j m " piMWU, I .1:nn . . T. I WOlUt. u VUUIVU VUUUlllg, WUICn IB Jfca"S' . A " UliruT atrTLJK CMt 12 " "uUt, alW, vieiturw wrriveu tne ioure-ivvim waa I - - - - ....... v. Mr. K. T. Larsen. of Warren, was in town Moooay. wuue bere ha our- i-..j. ... . . . . cnasea s ioriy-acr tract ol land known aa (be Whitney place, near M. F. Has an's farm, back of Warren. Mr. Lar sen ex pec Is to hue out a home for himself. He is an industrious aenth man and will undoubtedly succeed. I be Methodist denomination ia to build a new church in tbia city, work to start about the first of March. The lot at the corner of St. Helene and Columbia streets, formerly owned bv Mr. John Scott, has been purchased. Besides the church building, which is nominated for th various town officers: t or trustee. . A. Pomerov. W. A. Wood. Miles bheeirn. Fred Trow and Marion Paw. ler; for treasurer. Dr. A. I". McLaren: tor recorder. Win. Hvmons: for marshal. J. A. bchunenon. Therais bardly a doubt but that there will be an independent ticket nut up for trustees, for. while the caucus of last oudav was the best attended for vaara. vuor waa ueuiueu mice oi judgement used lu making the nomination, inasmuch as personal friendship rather than eligibility i was considered, for of the fir named for trustees on owns no nroDartv la hut own Dame and another baa not been a resident of the town on year; both defects being tat to ineir aspirations ior omce, accord ing ra tne cnaxter. jyL 1. X. HALL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Clatakshle, Colombia county. Or. J-JR. EDWIir R08H, . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. St. Helena, Oregon turned over to them, and th. nrr I P"nger.. it u estimated that she , -a - I a parsonage. ceeded to confer the work in two ranks, wnicn occupied the lime until nearly ii o ciook. atter wnicn a splendid lunch waa sorved at the restaurant. It was 1 o clock when the for home, all feell and profitable even He was an earnest minister, and one Mllnflav tn tha wiiim. .if . ..HMnn Dick Bailey, supervisor of road di-l thatirnififannf lttila ikl.M u. . triot , No. 82, haa been a promiaent fig- "The baud which read the mighty I COLUMBIA CITY. February 23. Edito Mrar- Th huudl new In this town ia little and of no nut I interest to any one, yet if we do not give it I u. "., wv wvutu m auspeuMKl ot toBrtus. Mr. Butler ia Tiaitina- her aiater. Mra f! u. vapte. Mr. Watreu and daughter, who latalv cam from Korest Grove, are living in the rv ague, uouee. The death and burial of Mrs. Oiltner waa sad new to ber friend bare. Hue was on ol the best of women. Captain Solnner and famllv have moved to Portland until June, when thev will . turn her for the summer. Mr. Bowers has moved into their bouse. , Mr. Floyd, a nephew of Gen. Plovd. of the Uolumbla weeks. He is JB. H. B. CLIFF, PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. 8t Helens, Oregon. G. W. COLE, ATTORNIY AMD CODNSELOB-AT-LAW, ST. HELENS, OREGON. m AM OPaN UTi To r.ion-iRr. WE ARE ASSERTING THE COURTS OCR EIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA." AN3 rrrcHER's castoria," as our trade maric 7, DR, SAMUEL PITCHER, of Eyannis, Massachusetts, I was the originator of "CASTORIA," the samg that has borne and does now bear cn evcrj tMfM'Mtewnature of wrapper. ' fhisi the original "CASTORIA" which has been used in Vie homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. .: - LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it a the kind you have always bought 0nthe. and has the signature of byffi&cit ' wrap-) per. No one has authority from, me to use my name except '' Do Kot Bo Doceivei Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in gredients of which even he does not know. " Tho End You Havo Always Bonlat " 1 BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF ' Insist on Having The Kind That Fever Tailed Yen. rv, TV an,aaav wnwar. Mwtoaa errv. iJS -lft-l?VlV4ftt wVrtr,vV A rV ,V -r iV yfa, ifr rf rr j1 8T, HELENS' POPULAR STORE. 1 .-.0 g D A RT I M U C K L E 0 0 -Seep always en hand a complete stock of- GENERAL :0 .0 0 0 0 :0 INCLUDING a general assortment of Clothing. Furnishings, and Press Goods. 0 . rfe make a specialty of Loggers' ontfit. We also earry a fin line of Boots t and tjhoea. Rubber Boots, Gum Coat, etc. 0 0 0 0 il ROCERIE?. Flonr. Dratn iiul all th. i j ........ ... s -- ii... . i ' , V- i T.V . " ui.iiui ui muauco. W i 8 . , o j BtriuTiBa. notions, etc. mints, oils and glass. A, Title Abstract Books. Kotarv PnMle. nnmmla. loner of Deeds for Washington, and anexper- reuwu wuuww u vuuuwuilll HUH wuice. 1. W. DAY W. B. DIIXABD visitors deoarted I Z'i r:'w .VV T,, lu" DTV?D n,"a" "e time grama of sand ; -' "''"? "CDr8 . !.- - i "warn, vim ia nut s aw Hllliw. even emcn milla lha Llflv nnnnt. m.J. -l -""". a rev ii tusi a Disasani i .i , .. . ' I . J .mvWh,m. M-m,,,. ., ,h. Hfttj ua.. u. . mougo no were, me circumstance un- adronof water: whinh mad nn m.H. " .... u.u u epeus-ug, wbloh h, , in ., I ,. - . ,, ' .7 I Mrs, Chester Maxwell las .l j I h a l.nrlnr. i. .,..... ..n j" . j., ., ' , 1 airs. g. u. aiaxtrell tor a few ' . I ATTORNEYS -AT-LAW Office next door to Courthouse, ST. HKUtKU. OttKUOJt. General practice In conrts of Oregon or Waxh Abstracts made directly from county Instou. records. tavina with weeks, rjhe llabaml at Ta. aaanipi,(jal. I hay will go to bant Anna One can aaarnal to tnmi tn th rfirriirani a,i(na f I intent On his Dart, lie warned nut ... - '- '- VII , . . . 1 , .... , . .. I -""', xl. . "J Will .V WDi this county in which creameries are eoroe parties in the vicinity of Yank- 1 he people liviny along the road be-1 in April to remain perwaiienUy. a.i.l.l.'.l,.,! TV,. .... t..:-. i . I ton in wnrlr thsir mad taw anJ iw. 1 tween St. Helena and Vnrnnnia arm I a v..nv..Mwa. a uv vu, vciuk pus III at I -- - , wmw I . ... - v . ... . . Warren will have a wonderful effect PH"e failed to obey, whereupon Dick expeeted to render all possible assie- ResolBtiona or Condolence. on tha dairying industry ia that parti 1led himself off to Justice Oox and I Unoe ln the attempt to improve the uobls, Or., Feb. 22. At a regular ineeb- of the oounty, aad at Deer Island there proceeded according to law against roaa. fetittons will be ready to oir-1 nt of Umptats Tribe No. 84, Imp. O. E. M where it ia certain a oraamnr will annn the parties, resulting in tha road tax. loulate in a ahort time, and it will be- the following resolution were adopted: be eaUbliahed. Let ns strive to en- toKtber with several dollars additional oom" the duty of everyone to assist Whereas, The angel of death has entered courage the establishment of such eon- " eot being paid. It was uuaeces- tb matter to the extent of their ability the home of our esteemed brother, U. B. cerna in each locality where it Is pos- however, for Dick to appeal to I 'a order to make it a success. aioie to auppiy a suwoi.Ul amount ol "-'""T .". WUOT No man who 1. willinir to vt.n milk to warrant. The supply willin- ?ience of his commands, because Ibe 0ihers the same libcrtvthaA h w?ahna creaa, asaoonasa demand cre.ud. 7 "SLS fl be'co'mV' yt'r The bill Introduced in the house of IkJ rL.?!?.:'-u" enemy simply becauae you may differ reprentative. at Salem some time Um. l0 work the W. The lea- !?.F.,icfv relision or ny "lh.er I""" L.n, "?, ,f. T , i Ka U 0M' bu- i- teaches these "T. . 1 Borthwiok our tenderesl sytapstbiee iu this crw st o?"Ji S i it P"1'8 "laM nfo""'ion, and will Zsjtf hi. hour of deep affliction, and commend ?Eto5niTta M"' M epUmdid PWMden ' .ubi'ect ach hint to a higher aourc. of con,!id.Uo d " "" "i tne committee, ana con- wh 0h others mav learn with nroflt. J . w.iuuia auu iu. manner oi wh. BTentnallv tha famllv !vL sequently failed to become a law. A number of aimilar bills met like fate for some unknown Borthwiok, and removed therefrom his be loved wife, and Whereas, We being deeply eonciousof the great loss be has been called upon to sustain, therefore be It Resolved, That we, aa members of Ump tats Tribe, hereby extend to Brother H. B, " " """ F". ...nnnrtinir thm. I ii i 1 '"f I S The publio Kohool of thia city ob- rTl a ik. u.i a . . .1 i I near. K 1 ft. vn cause. A OOUnty I served the anniversary nf th. hltVh of L .tTV. u" Tlm'a m no e?"re V ,"T . ..,. seat Atrht la not rla.lr.l.la Mni..t n m l . .i. . sauanew mat sue cannery combine IS ) """""i -wpyot meseresuiutiona seat ngn ia not a aesirabie contest, I GeorKe Washington with appropriate i. t. .- lha anraad nmu th. n,-t.jk. . hat Uis mmmlllaa na k.. I- .ul " ! .1. t i tivmouuo. -r-- - - - . comfort where eventually tba family circle will be reunited, never again to be broken; and it may be that the committee on counties wag overcome with a supera bundance of "good will toward man," and consequently extended their gen erosity in behalf ot the people. The bill to fix the nalaries of the county officers of this county was exercises in tog scnooiroom in the I Several fishermen who are In debt tocoPT mrnlhd Brother H. B. Borthwiok, afternoon of Wednesday. The pupils cannerymen who are in the combine nd py b nt Th Oaaooa Mist for ....... t.. u u. B.erem .ctiuiiveu pave gone to them with the cash to publication. themselves with credit, and the fact at once became apparent that the in etruotors had manifest a keen interest in the preparation of an appropriate programme. To teach the lesson of J u- .l. 1 I'r"r.iiinio. A 9 mm TTZn" "7. 'Zf'-Z? patriotio devotion toonr country and IZl, " .iV", ' our flag ahould be embodied in the ,. tl ; t 1 1.1 1 1 prescribed dutie of those employed S. i'i! -t-Tht 5h?ng". Mlb!,8h tuinatruot the young mind, and would via- rv sua. wviipuuifi vt fnint ICO pay off their indebtedness and be re leased. In several instances the money would not be aooepted, and the fisher- j men were told tbat they would be held to their agreement to pay for what they owed with fish at the current price. Fishermen, with gear, are now in demand. 1 M. I.rn. Committee i D. Link, C. K. Lbavbhs. to $725: giving assessor 900. Instead of per diem, and school superintendent vuuu, instead 01 fees. Senator MoBride has secured the adoption and incorporation of in and to the cronersl appropriation bill for river and harbor improvements of 113, 000 for the improvement of Clatakanie river, and f 00,000 to be used to improve Lewis river. The Lewis rivor allow ance seems like a large amount, yet fully that sum can be applied there to good advantage. Tbat river is the natural outlet for a large and very pro ductive section of country. The ap propriation for Clntskanie river is not snongh. There is a vast amount of work to be done to etraighton that Btream, and so long as an appropria tion was to ba had a few thousand dol lars extra ahould have been added in order that the work might be thor oughly dooe at ouoe. I Jll " I.. .' . .L- W-tJ f V I , n.j.i " . ., . arm lis si ineu ns nnuw si sot di ins aavisouos ui iiuw uino i Known 01 tm am TT7. AMtmJi'T dutiesperformed.it being the funds- the real conditions existing in the 1 ' b'".-ddin 700 for meul principle upon whioh our free Northwest is found in the questions deputy hirej reducing county clerk .n.titi.tinn. ?- fr,niId. Ll ... asked in letters from nartil. ,n..h from sIKfin .nai.tfHi 1.,.. ailnMi.M siViA I . ' . . . " . . r . - 1... j . V" , ' "" vw ample set on Wednesday afternoon be em, in answer to an article descrip tor ii.lilttw hit. lnnr..a 1....,,,., I . r .. . . . .. .. .. r f iZnni mnnn """-""" I " Vrrui bereaiter forever oosetved on that oc- live ot v !la'00 ?o,,fl00! oount3:l,,ldK.''509 casion in the St. Helens public school, peared in lreeonian. it reauires the services J, K. Blakesley returned on Mondav of a well-equipped bureau of inform- . . ... ' i r - from aalem, where be bad spent two Ition to do Justice to the matter. Such or three weeka in attendance on the an organization ahould be formed bere legislature. Toot says tbat excitement for that purpose, to which all letters of prevailed in the house when the Tote inquiry could be submitted. It is waa about to be taken on the Daly bill, a matter in which all of ua are and it looked for a moment as if fists equally interested, and to which each might ba resorted to in order to defend Individual could well afford to make a the rights of certain individuals. small contribution to maintain The masquerade ball eiven in thia city last Friday evening by Messrs. Will Clonioger aud Louis Snyder waa a complete success in every particular. Persons who desire to occasionally or olten hire a livery rig can find the same by applying to Rev. G. G. Haley, this city. Prof. H. 0. Tillman. A. M.. of the Columbia oounty, which an- Consolidated University, will deliver a a - . Ittrvtltrst in I hah anneinAiiaa . lT.i,!.. nw manual number oi me ' " yw.vuw Ko Laiies FtirnitiirB is Complete Without a New LIGHT-RUNNING BINGEE SEWING MACHINE. Sold on Easy Terms without Interest. C. r. LOOItET, Agent. Astoria. - Oregon, r. ft T"T-i Ttm w w "J 0 0 0 large assortment of Hardware, Tinware and Creckery. Main Street, - - St Helens, Oregon. 0 0- 0 0 0 0 fc HAEE1S1 ' CASE SE0 01ET ! SJ & a-wsarvsiss tumin A.1P HXAIIf STREETS, ST. HEUNS C.a.a........... .. ar aw wti a-sr ir-a3tjxirs mMJJI.M.M.Jii.JJt.M.jt.Ji.jK. , J This store keens always on hand a fine assortment of con fectionery, tobacco and cigars, etc., besides the shelves are always kept well filled with .A CGjnplsts assortment of fancy and stspls Grcc Butter eRTRS, and provisions of all kinds, domestic and tropical fruits in season. COWLITZ LiuSee rwja-sjr, HOTEL . Itlrs. M. J. Scctt, Proprietress BT. HELENS, OREGON. A 8trlctly Frat-Class House. A Home for Commercial Travelers and the Public Board and Lodg ing at Most Seasonable Kates. - r ( A WELL KEPT SUSLE For Care of Patron's Horses. : v 3 v. v--- f Ieja((l?sjl4v,fl bmf-if-m Wat 1 1 l,fakes the food more dcHdous and whoiesome ovi aivwo anwfiva CO., Hvw voas. at 8 p. m. Subject Hun and Moon." Everybody welcome. "A Trip to the Admission tree. An interesting wedding took place on Wednesday night at the residence of R. Cox, J.P., the contracting parties being Mr. E. W. Pinnock and Miss Mary Schrsnis, both of Multnomah county. Mr. Pinnock will take charge of the new creamery, now in course of construction at Warren, and will re side at that place. We welcome them to Columbia oounty, and wish them aiuoh joy. WnAT IS 8HIL0HT A errand old remedy for Cough and Consumption; used through tl y, has cured Colds tha worbl for half a Centurv. haa eured fnnlliiiarahla cases of incipient consumption and relieved many iu advanced stapes. If you are not satisfied with the results we will refund your money. Price Sb ots. snd 69 cts. Bold by Dr. Kdwio Ros, druggist, Bt. Helens, and N. A. Terry, Houltou. AAltw A ai" H H h H H H H H H H M H H H H fS rB rOBTLAND, DAILY. "-8TEAMEPJ Young... America tillaiett Slosgli EoEte Leave 81. Helens..... 7:00 A M Arrive at Portland. ...10:30 A M Leave Portland. ... 2:30 P M Arrive at rat. Helens... 6:00 P M . rAKEgSO ENT8. Will Carry Nothing but Passen gers and Fast Freight. JAMES f.OO, Mantvr.' ''ay V V V ll',psrstB. at ay myrq' H H M M H H M M H H H H H H H ST. HELENS PHARMACY Dr. EDWIN ROSS. Proprietor. oeoooeoeooojl DRUGS vvvvvvvwvvvv d 6 wn'sa'VVVVVBgl ft. 90000 Patent Medicines, Fancy Toilet Articles. PERFUMES AND FANCY STATIONERY. Prescriptions... Carefully and Accur ately Compounded.... DAY OR NIGHT. eeeOlfIlirSe.ee Complete Line of ......Drigglsts' . Se it- J. W-i witr aiW ff-, nm . School Books... and.... School Suppli GOOD TOOLS! LOW PRICES! ......FOR NET SPOT CASH...... Jenning's Patent Bits .. ., .......... 12 to SOe Clark's Expansion Bits. ... .....70c to $1.10 Common Braces S5to50c Ratvhet Braces , .60c to $2.00 1'rawine-knives 45o Folding Drawing-knives.. $1 20 Common Saw-sets , 15c Morrell's Saw-sets . , , ,60c Carpenters' hsmmera....,,....(,..25 to4flo Carpenters' hatchets 85 to ftOc Carpenters' bandaxes, tJO to 70c Jack planes 66c Pisston handsaws.. .1 26 Good steel handsaws 60 to 75c Firmer chisels. .... 17 to Sue ICS CRKAU rKBKZSKS. 1-ot. Artie. . 5-q,t. Artie. . S-qi. Artie. .... 85 .... 1 15 .... I 30 -Quart Artie;.......... 1- o.t. White Mountain.. 2- qt. White Mountain.. 3- qt. White Mountain.. 4- qt. White Mountain. . 6-qt. White Mountain.. .$1 M . I W . 1 45 . 1 75 . 2 00 . 2 45 lAWlt MOWBRS. 12-!nch Philadelphia 4 60 M-meb Philadelphia....,.,.. 8 15 ltt-inch Philadelphia 6 00 lft-incb Philaciclpliia 950 20-inch Philadelpbia.... 7 ) Camp Ootleo Pots 20 to ii 6 BA It ITS GAKV BETOJa. 3- qt. with cover. .,.....,,...'.......,. .2Sa 4- qt. with cover. ..' 6-t, with cover, s ,0 8-qt. with cover.. .'400 Black Diamond Files, Oil Stoves, Pinchers, Wisnchcs, snd man other pood thine used by all kinds of people, at low prices lor the next 30 days. Oiicii evenings.. Secend unit Battrriesn tf. HUITT HAUDTA nga.