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CITY AND COUNTRY,
OIIKII3N CITV, JAN. SI, lSlte.
Trma of Nuliariyliii
SnuluiJopv, one your, In advance, 12 00
Slitle llouv, l inuiillis, III advance. 1 Oil
Local milieu. 10 c I Hir lluu for llrnt: B reins
'r lluu fur each iila"iiiit'iil hixirlluii. Address,
l.'OliKIKlt.Uregou City, Oregon,
K L NEWTON,
(Successor to Hlnilnht A Nowton,)
OEAM5II IN N
Staple and Taney Groceries,
Hay, Grain and Feed.
(jluoili .Murkeil Down as Low as
CASH STOKK AT rollTLANI) I'UICKN.
DELIVERIES MADE TO CUSTOMERS IN
ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Make Your PURCHASES
The -Writer Grocery, near the
A GOOD COUGH SYRUP.
There Is notliliw parents should he o careful
bout im selecting cough syrup, lleggs' Cherry
Cough Syrup costs no muni than Ilia cheap and
Inferior nostrums thrown oil Ilia market. The
best Is noiiuloo good; be mire anil gel DKUGs"
CIIEUUY COUlill SYlll'l'. We keep It on hand
at al tlmei E. 0. Caulk-ld it Co., Druggists.
Pickles, 00 cents akcu, at Greon Bros.
Pickles in bulk, ut II R McCarver's
I. Le.Muhicii, agent of Pacific Fire In
surance Company at Oregon City.
Tliu flnt'Ht lint) of underclothing- in
town at Green Bros.
Fur Crush groceries ci to II. R. McCur
ver. Cull at II. U. McCiirver's (or fine
Teas and Collees.
The largo stuck of groceries nt II. It.
McCarver's in all lrt)nli, junt received.
Six aulK of lino Kla-uiwure have been
received at II. R. McCarver's. It is ele
They are selling good blankets at
Green Urns, for a puir.
Lonjj-lugiwd rubber hunting boota, at
the lowest price in town, at Green Broa.
Oregon City Soap at DO cents per box
at II. K. McCarver's
I.Sollingciuinnt bo undersold in ladies'
dress goods and irimuiinu's
For Salt Herring and Maukeral go to
II. R. McCurver.
Note the great mile of dry goods and
clothing at I. Selling'! 2o per cent ,c
diiclion for ,'10 days only!
You can llnd all kinds ol watches and
clocks at Mrs. liiirineistor's jewelry
Oh ulfil bfiiatlfiil Mh, will he the
tinivcno.il remark afler you have used
Cautleld's Antiseptic Tooth Wash.
Goods will bd sold for the noxt thirty
days at the Whlllock Stort at cost prices
for Cash only.
All inn v iiosscns pearly white teeth,
healthy gums and pure breath by lining
Wright's Myrrh Tooth Soap. Sold by
A lartie stock of overahirts, all prices
aad kinds, at Green Bros.
Loir, Cabin Maple Syrup at $1.45 per
gallon at H. R. McCitrver's.
Prescriptions carefully compounded ut
U. A. Harding's (trujf store.
The best display of French candies, and
flue mixed, at II. It. McCarver's.
Broken suits of men's clothing, way
below cost, at Green Bros
Will Oi'KX. C. V. Purler will open
a first-class hoisesh'ieiug shop soon
back of Pope's hardware store.
Wanted Every fanner in Clacka
mas county to bring your Poultry to the
Oregon City market. Square dealing
and cash down.
Prof. Eastman would huve his ens
tonieis know that tho cloudy weather
has nothing to do Willi his taking good
Sulphur, Blue Vitriol, Ground Spices,
Bird Seed, etc., at reduced rates until
Feb. 13, at Cliarinan ii Co., Cily Drug
Wright's Condition Powders will keep
your stock in line condition. Cures
coughs, cold and all diseases of hoises
and cattle. Pure and full weight. Sold
by all druggists.
Tho Oriental has become a universal
favorite with the traveling public, be
cause this hotel furnishes the best meal
in the city for 25 cents.
Can you read this print without
trouble? If not go to Mrs. Bnnneister's
jewelry store and get a pair of spectacles
fitted with the scientific eye tester.
The county school superintendent,
Alex. Thompson'' will be in his office,
at the courthouse, on Monday and Sat
urday of each week.
If you ufcnt to cure yourself of the
uv-ippo, Sign- the remonstrance against
nish u. onnuw h motor mius nun get u
r . ... ., . if; . ,,
nir-iip meal ai inu vicuna iiiou
The Commercial Bunk lias concluded
to keep open on Saturday evenings from
5 till 7 o'clock, for the accommodation
of those depositors who cannot well cull
during business hours.
Prof. Eastman will reduce the price
of his pictures for a few days in order to
advertise his business in this town. IK
is here in person and this is a guarantee
that the work w ill be good.
The Reil Cross Cough Cure, made by
Charles Writ? lit & Co., is especially
adapted for deep seated colds, where
there is pain in the chest, anil tendency
to pneumonia or pleurisy. It will stop
a hacking night cough immediately.
Sold by all druggists.
Have you boils, pimples, erysipelas
rough skin, blotches on your skin? Have
you any blood impurities, is your sys
tem tainted bv nnv avnhllitic disorder?
If so, take Wright's Compound Extract
of barsaparilda. It will make a iner and
clearer comrjlexion in a shorter tune
than all the washes and cosinetiqueg in
thecounlry. Cheapest, strongest, purest
and best in the market. Sold by all
Wbea Baby waa alck, we gaf her Caatorta,
When ahe was a Child, abe cried f or Caatoria,
When ahe became Waa, ahe dung to Caatoria,
When abe bad Children, ahe gave tbaaa Caatoria,
OREGON CITT AND SUBURBS.
A rtiiiu.iANT Ouwion Citv Lady. Tho
following neat notice refers to a vminir
ludy formerly well known In Portland
and Oregon City as Mrs. George La
Itociiuui "Hlellik CIiiihu Ainsworlh is a
California girl who rums East last sea
son to join Aiigustlu Italy's company.
Mr. Daly did not llnd a ureal deal of
work for Miss Ainsworlh, however. She
is a pretty girl, mid she had made an
admirable record for herself before she
abandoned the I'aciilc coast, Sooner or
itler, we presume, she will drift back
to the lund ucrosH the divide. Some
now Ilio love ol liomu Is nowhere an
strongly liriiiliinted as in the breasts of
Culiforuiniis. But Miss Ainsworlh is
one wu least desire lo see leaving us
for the distant shore where lies her
Mh. Lamm's Consvhitivr Jkuhkvu.
By order of the Oregon domestic animal
commission, on Monday 84 head of Jer
sey entile were killed on W. H. Ladd's
faun hack or East Portland. Mr. Laild s
herd of Jerseys consist of 15H head and
the killing was dniiu under tho su
pervision of the slate veterinary
surgeon, Dr. Williycomhe, because
tuberculosis has nuneared ainnnir the
entile, the saino disease that laid
low many of Capt. Appersou's Jer
seys, in liolli cases, it appears, the
hsease was Imported from California.
The action of the stale board ought to
convince all fair-minded people that the
Coiiiiikii was doing the public a great
service when, Inst summer, it directed
attention to the diseased condition of
the latter gentleinnn Jersey cattle.
Tim Caxxkuy May Bk Built. Jas.
Shaw, dug. Smith and Died. Chirk have
onaled to the cannery company a site
f about an acre on the river front, a
little below Mr. (dassi)ool's place
There U good authority for adding that
goodly sum Is lielng raised lor the can
nery, which, together with the site, it is
hoped will form a sufficient induce
ment for tho company to locale here.
This would secure for Clackamas
lounty an Industry that will give em
loyment to 2IH) or more hands, not to
mention the demand it will create for
fruits, vegetables and fish. All tho citi
tens that are peculiarly able should sub'
scribe toward the bonus. Salem or Al'
bany would soon raise the $10,000 asked.
Wk all Honor Him in his MispoU'
tunr. As well in Portland. as in Ore
gon City the illness of W. C. Johnson
excites much sympathetic and earnest
interest. "No attorney stands higher in
the city." said a young Portland lawyer,
than Mr. Johnson. When he arises in
court to speak, every member of the bar
present gives the stnctest attention.
His profound and broad knowledge of
the principles of law, and his stern in
tegrity, are ncknowledued bv ns all.
Mis general life and patient cheerful
ness during the toil of years have been
such that every member' of tho Portland
bar can learn from him. I cannot Bpoak
too highly of him."
A Si-LK.vpin New Steamkb. The new
steamer of Capt. Graham will have a
alnn like a mammoth elegant passenger
railway coach, a row of cushioned seats
n each side with a w ide uisle between
lem, capable of accommodating 250
'ople. Between the outer railing and
in cabin will be a walk four feet in
idih. The boat will make three trips
laily to Portland and back, and run
oin here to Taylor street dock in
50 minutes; no stoppages nt way land-
ngs. She will cost about $18,000 or
$20,000, and will be ono of the finest
and neetest passenger boats on tho Will
Dratii or a Pioxekb Mfuciiant. On
Friday, Isaac Selling died at his resi
dence in this city, aged 59 vears, 2
months and 13 days. He had been kept
at home by Illness for a fortnight, but
the sudden fatal termination of the
same was not anticipated. Mr. Selling
has been in the mercantile trade in this
city for over a quarter of a century, and
was one of our most prosperous busi
ness men. No merchant in this section
of the Willamette valley was more
widely known orbnd more warm friends
than he. The remains were taken lo
Portland on Sunday morning for inter
ment. SuKPitiHB Paiity. A pleasant surprise
party was given in honor of Miss Grace
Williams on the 24th inst. Progressive
euchre was the leading feature of the
evening hvemine enjoyed himself im
mensely until a late hour when a delicate
lunch was served of which all partook
before departing for their homes.
Tho following were present: Misses
Lou Cochran, Winnie Graham, Cora
Harding, Amy Kelly, Ana Baird, Alice
Glasspool. Messrs. Fielding Kelly, L.
r. Cowing, trunk Hiirch, liert Ureen
man, Olnsy Chasn, Charley Hudson, R.
Kobicke, A. J. Adams. Chus. McCurver,
A Talkntkd Woman. A temperance
lecture was delivered at the Baptist
church last Tuesday evening by Mrs,
Bailey, her husband assisting her in the
singing, which was highly appreciated
by all present. Mrs. Bailey is indeed
very entertaining and made the old sub
ject a new and Uking one by her pleas
aut stylo of delivery, mo inclemency
of the weather was a good reason for
the house not being crowded.
A Buxlkt ok Puns Gold. The re
sult of an assay of about a pound of ore
from the Estella lode by Mr. Fisk, on
Saturday, was a golden bullet worth
about a dollar. S. R. Greene carefully
observed every step of the assay. The
assayer says it is the richest thing that
has ever come in his hands.
Stolb Thiieb Dollars. Monday
night the saloon of Jack Trembath was
broken into and $.3 in small chan &
taken from the till. During the night
the men in the bnkery next door heurd
a fellow inside while another made some
noise outside. Tuesday morning a pane
was found broken out in a back window.
Build Houses. U. Kleppin, of
Cheweluh, Wash., a miller with some
means, would have located here this
week had he been able to And a house
to live in. As lie could not, he moved
on to Salem. We have absolutely no
houses for rent.
Articles of incorporation have been
tiled in the oflice of the secretary of
state by the Portland, Sell wood and
Milwankie Railway company, with B.
F. Smith, Joseph Paquet and R. W.
Lambert incorporators; principal office,
East Portland, capital slock, $SO,000.
Officers ron the Year. At the be
ginning of the year H. T. Evans was
chosen president of the Beaver Creek
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor, Miss Jlwynwen Jones, vice
president, Arthur Jones, secretary and
.Miss Hannah M. Llywelyn treasurer.
BEGSS' CHERRY COUGH SYRU?
Ii giving .plen.liii nlim-tiin to the trade and
theaalei are positively marrelnim, whir-h ran be
accounted for In no 'Hhcr way except that Jt In
without doubt the bct nn Die mnrkH. Atic for
and be vire you get the genuine. We keep it
I E. G. Caufleld A Co, firuirglsu.
When you are obliged by sickness to take
,,;. HritiB., nun Homing uill llie fiiru"l
is used, There should be no doubt In
your mind at
place you will llnd tho purest
E. G. CAUFIELD & CO.
make a epccialty of keeping nothing but
: YOU take. :
no chances of gelling
inpure medicine there.
Tub Vi.vrr Wbakknino. Tuesday
night, a very large bowlder fell off the
escarpment of the bluff upon the steps
running up nt Mr. Burney's residence.
The steps were so badly crushed that
travel on .them was made impossible,
nn I the boxing of the city water pipe
knocked galley west. - The saino night
a large rock also fell off the bluff on the
platform at the railway depot. The
heavy rains are evidently loosening the
foundations of tho Willamette valley.
Bandmank, tub Tuaokdian. Satur
day evening, February 1st, Daniel E.
Bandinann, the world-renowned tragic
actor, and his excellent company, will
appear at Pope's hall in his great imper
sonation of "Othello." This company
conies highly recommended by both
press and public and those who attend
will enjoy a rare treat. Seats now on
sale at the postofllce.
A Lono Felt Want. The photo
graph gallery of Prof. Eastman, who
has been here only a week, Is a hne ad
dition to our town. People who have
heretofore gone to Portland, can now
just step down to the other side of the
Cliff House and save themselves the
trouble of a day's trip to the metropolis.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
C W Gay to Eli C Suter and Jaa A
Suter, part of sec 32. t 2 s, r 2 e.
O I & 8 Co to C P Merrell, let 1. blk
3, add to Oswego ; 1330.
N N Robbins to I J Leabo, n W of e
of s w y , w H of so M , sec 31 , t 5 s,
r2e in; $525.
State of Oregon to M li thompson, s
M of se M. see 10, t 4 s, r 2 e, 80 as ;
.11 h Thompson to I hos It Smith, s
of se 1a. sec 1(1, t 4 s, r 2 e, 80 as; $400.
U S A to Kilwin Cartnght, se ol ne
l4, sec 24, 1 3 s, r 1, patent.
W VV Huberts to T f Kyan and r r
Randall, lot 2, blk 157, Oregon City;
E E Chnrmun and M M Charinan to
John W Maekav, S McDonald and J J
Beaton, blk 50, Clackamas Heights;
$300. Bond for deed.
Daniel i Minims to b 11 Barker, lot 4,
courthouse blk 4 in county add to Oregon
W O Mack to W W Weed, part of D
L C of Philander Lee, t 3 and 4 s, r 1 e;
$400.- -. - '.
J 1' Shaw to .Mary li sinter, lots i ana
blk 4. in West Side add ; $200.
J P Shaw to 0 A Moehnke, lots 10 and
11, blk 2, West Side add ; $200.
J P Shaw to Catherine Moehnke, lots
5 and 0, blk 5, in West 3ide add ; $200.
ITS EXCELLENT QUALITIES
Commend to public approval the Cali
fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs.
It Is pleasing to the ye and to the
taste, and by gently acting on the kid
neys, liver and bowels, it cleanses the
system effectually, thereby promoting
the health and comfort of all who use
Notice to (lie i blic.
All nersons Indebted to the Whltlock
Store are requested to pay up, as all kills
will soon be placed in the hands tf an
attorney for collection.
mt whiiluus. si rut.
All persons knowing themselves in-
lclitcd to me either by note or account,
must call and settle up before February
1st, 18H0, as there will be a change
in the firm after said date. All accounts
not settled by that time will be in the
hands of my attorney for collection.
The Great Eastern Store,
pay Your bills i
All those indebted to Urcert Bros by
note or account arc requested to pay up
within 30 days After that time our ac
counts will be given in the hands of our
attorney for collection
Oregon City, Jan 3, 1890
Rev. E. T. Ingle has conducted a se
ries of meetings in Eastern Oregon, with
the result that 32 persons have given
their names to join the church. He is
expecting Rev John C. Sylvanus to con
duct a meeting for him at Beaver Creek
church, commencing neat Sabbath at 11
o'clock. Part of the service will he in
the Welsh language. Mr. Sylvanus will
visit the Springwuler church the second
Sunday in February.
ADVlCi TO MOTHEKS. -
Mas. Winslow'sSoothinoSyrcp. for children
teething, la the prescription of one of the beat
female nure and phyelciana hi the United
Slates and has been used for forty years with
never failing success by millions of mothers for
heir children. During the process of teething
Its value Is Incalculable. It relieves the child
from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, griping
in the bowels, and wind-colic. By giving health
to the child It rests the mother. Price . a
WHAT A FORTUNE
Is a good, healthy, pearly skin. Few are aware
of the short lime It takes for a disordered liver
to cause blotches on the face, and a dark, greasy
skin. One bottle of BEGOS' BLOOD PURIFIER
and BLOOD MAKER will restore this organ to
lis natural and healthy state, and cleanse the
blood of all impurities ft la meeting with won
derful success. We guarantee every bottle.
E. O. Caufleld 4 Co., Ilrticirlkt".
Badges for All Societies.
IJOMf'EMEV, F1REME.V, ETC. PRESEN'TA--lill.N
M!.ll.lJ4and CHARMS, or PK1ZO III
Gold, -ilv, r ,.r Metal. SOLD AT SOCIETY PR1CLS
by lit Ai;eiit ut the Cniiersa) Radge Manufactur
iii('noony. NATHAN JOSEfli CO., Ml 'lay
Mn-ci, Mn r raneiitco.
Workmen and K. 1. IWjfa in Gold, tl.OO
jeut C. 0. 1. Trade supplied.
Children Cry for
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
Eph, Ferguson is a very strk mail.
The snow Is gone and old Oregmilans
welcome the rain which drives It off,
J. D. Slover Is lying soriously 111 at
nig piace oi resilience.
Win. Dutcher lies seriously ill at the
k t i.i ...
oumu oi iiih pureiiii.
W, T. Blimey has purchased a half
block in Kinney's addition to Astoria.
On account of (lie prevalence of dinh
thoria, tl-e public school has feceji vlnscd
al fl,.l,.,u -- "
Elmer CiiHrmnn who has liecn unwell
for several days is confined to his home
Alice Iinel, daughter of Conrad J.
Imel, of Clackamas, died on Friday
night. Her age was nearly 12 years.
The store of I. Selling has lem closed
for several days on account of tho death
of tho proprietor,
G. A. Harding's drugstore was closed
Wednesday on accont of tho sickness of
both himself and his clerk.
The Influenza and kindred troubles of
the respiratory organs has prostrated
many in town and country.
Hans Christtnson sued II. Anthony
for $17 before Justice Fouls. Judgment
for plaintiff; appealed.
Mrs. Mary Smith, of Macksbnrg.
widow of John X. Smith, died on Sat
urday last. Her ago wur (15 years.
Frank Klinger and Kis rteico. Ada Wv.
land, of Macksburg, are down with pneu
monia. Dr. D.. C. Byland, formerly residing
n this place, but late ol woodburn.
died at. his home on Moin'JCof this
week of tphoid-pneumoniu. , '
L W. Whitlnlch died on January 27th.
aged 23 years, 7 mouths und two days.
On the 28th the funeral took place from
the Baptist church.
Dr. Sonnetelt and his driver were
tied $10 each on Wednesday by Justice
bouts for driving faster than a walk
across the suspension bridge. They
pungieo anu drove very carelully back
Mrs. Bethena A. Hill, wife of Martin
Hill, died at Canemah on January 23d.
Her age was nearly 44 years.. Mr. Hill
feels under deep obligation to the peo
ple of Cnnoinah for their acts of kind
ness to his wife.
Early Tuesday morning Mr. McCown
came to his oflice feeling ns well as usual.
About 10 o clocK he took suddenly 111.
A carriage was procured in which he
was taken home. He was insensible all
day and late Wednesday afternoon was
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Hon. D. P. Thompson has almost en
tirely recovered from la grippe
Mr. Chas. Hodson has beer 'sick all
week with the grippe.
Mrs. Dr. Joint Welch has relumed
from the East much improved in health.
MisB Lena McCown took a trip to New
berg on .Saturday.
T. A. McBride has been confined to
his home for several days on account of
Marriage licence was issued on the
28th to Hattie Hopkins and Win. F.
W. C. Johnson is now able to partake
of a little solid food and bis recovery is
looked for witli much confidence.
Miss Daisy Diller has been very sick
for the past two weeks, but is fast recov
ering. 1 Creed' Strntton spent Saturday and
Sunday at home. He is attending
Bishop Scott's Academy in Portland.
' Dr. Henri Kessler of PbrflaliWfig al
most recovered from his three weeks'
Messrs. Confer, Mead, and Meehnn
have opened nil office in this city to
make land business a specialty. ;
Olympia S. Murray, M. D., "female
specialist," of bust l'ortland, is remark
able successful as a dead beat.
Now that Charley Cutting lias left us
there is a superb opening here for a
matrimonial broker. .
Aliss Neita Barlow returned to the
schoolroom Monday, having had a
week's vacation, though not much im
proved in health.
The parents of Mr. Chas. Spring, for
merly of McMinnville, arrived in this
city this week and will probably rernain,
as their son is permanently located here.
Rev. Mr. Gibbenv, the pa.jrnr of the
Presbyterian church, has ample reason
to feel encouraged wilb his labors among
us thusfar. On Sunday last-. the in
crease of church membership was 10.
Miss Clara Bark, who has been at
tending the business college in Portland,
has had to remain at homo during the
past week on account of illness of her
mother, who is now much better.
On January 25th a boy wa born to
Mrs. Jas. Lampbier; January 27th, a
girl to Mrs. J. M. Womack; January
28th, a girl to Mrs. Joseph Bergman.
Our population is increasing rapidly.
Miss Nettie Cochran started for Pome-
roy, Wash., on Jhursdny, shere she
Intends to remain for several months.
She started once before but found on ar
riving in Portland that the road nn
which she wag to travel wub blockaded,
so returned home.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I have received my new stock of
French kid ladies' shoes, and all other
kinds of shoes of the best make. I keep
no goods with pasteboard stiffening or
paper insoles. If you want the best
shoes, eo to Frank Miller's. - . . -
Combines the juice of the Blue Figs of
California, so laxative and nutritious,
with the medicinal virtue of plants
known to be niost beneficial to (he
human sytem, ,'orming the ONLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act. gently yet
promptly cn the
KIDNEYS, LIM AND
AMD TO .
Cleanse h System Effectual;,
SO THAT '
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every K.c is nin? i:
and all are delighted i'h As': y'
druggirt for SYi.L'P OF F.GC. M.-.U-facturel
only If tie
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRU? CO,
a. Fkaikisco, Ol.
, ' ClIASI.KS w, Mkak.
J0HKA.(!0SKH. JAHK.C. .
CONFER, HEAD & MEEHAN,
Dealers In Timber and Farming Lands.
uwn ana buy rroperty,
We hltVa Al.n cmlii,1 ....( I .u.....
inwls nl government lunds suhleet to home,
stem , p"e uintlon und llmhor enlry. In Wis.
eiiiii, siiiinesoia ami Michigan wo have had
...jinirc in iii'-ainig umber claims.
W. L. NUTTING,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE : Rooms 11 & 12. Union Block,
T la n '
a. w. corner l irstand Stark Strcelg
npi K FIIIM OK noilllINS Si SCOTT, BUT
a criers at Mululln. having dissolved, I will not
bo responsible for any contracts, hereafter,
brarlug the firm name.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
riMIE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOKORK EX-S-
istlng between J. (I. Hull mid i M. Hull, nn
icr the linn mono nt Hull A Son, Is Hits day
dissolved and I shall collect all bills and pay
all debts of (lie Arm, but will not ho responsible
Ii r II I II I I , , ' in. i.u iunn
,llui, luiim ueois Ol J. fll, nail.
LonljiyLJHn. i, 1KSI.
J. C. HALL.
Bay Horse Lost.
T OHT, ON PKCRMBKR 111. 18S9, A BAY HORSK,
Jttbnut is hsnds high, S yenrs old. weighs about
ii. n, imuuiifl, wnue spot on leu slue ol neck, un
shod A HlH-ral reward will lie given to the
miner oi me norso, thus. Vll AMUhKLAlri,
Oregon city, January i IM).
C. E. BROWN,
Builder, Contractor, Millwright
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE In
Building all Kinds of Mills of Brick,
Ptono or Wood, and in Erecting
all Kinds of Machinery.
Best of References.
Plans and Specifications on the Shortest
C. E. KKOWN,
Box US, Oregon City, Or.
J. W. POWELL, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at Charman & Co.'s Drugstore,
Oregon City, Or.
T. F. COWIKO.
E. II. COW I NO.
COWING & COWING,
ATTORNEYS AT IV.
All cases before the United States Land Offices
a Hpeeinny. r.ignt tears fcxperlenro aa
Registcria United States Land Olllee.
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
Oflice two doors north of postofllce.
M. BACON & SON,
Books, Stationery, Notions, Choice Cloan
Miscellaneous Goods, etc., etc
Agent for American Ulble Society.
PoHtoRlcc, Main street. Oregon Citv. IDapVS
Lois near taa Scnoolhonse,
TWO LOTS FOR SALE, two minutes'
walk from the Oregon City public school
Exoolleiit location fur resldenoe,
; McCOWN & CO
No 183 First Street, Cor. Yamhill, l'ort-
Recistercd Graduate, Most Successful
Specialist and Largest Practice on the
Pacific (.'oast, All Nervous, Chronic
mid Special Diseases successfully treated.
Medicine sent anywhere securely, pri
vately and promptly. ADVICE FREE.
Hours 0 to 12, 3 to 6, and 7 to 8. Send
ten cents for book,
"Good Nuwa Tor trie Amioted."
Please mention this paper.
rp 11 O R O U O H R R E D HOL
A stcin-Frieslan Bull, "Hong,"
No, bred by H. Chapman
Jr.. of Oneida, III., dropped Feb
ruarv 15. 1SH4: sired bv Monte.
No. li,l: dam, Vlgu, No. NWS. Record of trans
Thorounhbred Jerscv Hull. "Nero." No. 41)02,
dropped September , 1SSI; sired by Gold Dust
3d, No .; dam Mllissatld, No SKI. Recorded
in volume II, American Jersey Herd nook,
Said Hulls can be seen on Cant. Apperson's
old farm, one mile cast of Oregon City, and their
services cnu be had at the barn, upon the pay
ment of to. Fur further Information address,
COWING & COWING, Oregon City, Or.
The Chicago Store lins been re
mcved to the Aew Schrain
Next Door to the Great Kastorn Store,
MAY & COOKE, Prop's
A LARGE SUPPLY OF STAPLE AND
FANCY GROCERIES and CROCKERY
TAS A SPECIALTY
HAY, OATS, STRAW and MILL FEED
Cash paid for Country Produce.
tAII goods delivered free of charge in
every part of the city.
Ornslia, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST PAUL, ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINTS
East, North South,
W. K. PRATT,
Holiday Announc erne t.
Our Stock of Holiday Goods Is now Complete and
Displayed in our Large Windows.
The Stock Has never Been so Large,
AND WE WILL SAVE YOD
luJS LATEST STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM.
THE GREAT EASTERN STORE.
We propose to make a sweeping
in order to rapidly reduce the quantity of
suro that lolhlnu; will have to be carried
PUT IMHVaY ALL PKICES
On everything in our stock for THIRTY DAYS. This moans that we make
25 PER CZEZLNTT. EUDUCTIOIT
On any articlo purchased, and that you
All those b.iying now will get the
winter stock and our all-round cut.
Goods show windows. Wo offer
Extraordinary Inducements for 30 Days.
Now is the time to lay in a supply of all olasses of goods. No one can afford to mist It.
E. S. WARMEN,
At very Low Offers, either Cash or on the Installment Plan.
LAND OFFICE BUILDING, OREGON CITY. OREGON.
Mrs. C. H. li.
KEEPS A LARGE STOCK OF
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Silverware and Spectacles,
"- -AND '" ;" ; "
l'lirchusei'r) Will ilnd
"Quick Sales, Small Profits."
Onr Mr. McKittrick has jnst returned from the East, where he
nas purchased the finest lot of SPRING goods that ever
was seen in Oregon City. For STYLE, CUT, FINISH
and Price they are unexcelled. He has also
purchased goods for present use which
will be sold as low as the lowest.
COMB JlIsTJD SEE US.
Oregon City Shoe Store, msT Doon K0K"iSmcE.
ATTENTION, FARMERS AND STOCKMEN!
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF
Kelts, etc , con
stantly on hand
Blue Front Store, Oregon
THE WORK 19 ALL HOME-HADK AND GUARANTEED TO THE BUYER.
Fine 'BUGGY HARNESS and HEAVY STOCK SADDLES Made to Order.
SATURDAY EVENING FEB. 1st
THE GREAT TRAGIC ACTOR,
Daniel E. Handmanii,
IN HIS GREAT IMPERSONATION OF
Supported by his
Splendid Shakspearian Festival
aSeats now on sale at the Postofllce
Gh IE. HAYES,
Attorney at Law & Notary Public:
Office opposite Courthouse,
OREGON CITY. OREGON.
THE CLIFF HOUSE,
PRINCIPAL HOTEL IN THE CITY,
John Bittner, Proprietor.
OREOOS CITY. - - . ORE(JO!
MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE.
rodiictlun in SPECIAL WINTER GOODS
our stock, and to make assuiance doubly
over for another season. Wo propose to
got two cuts on prices of wmlor goods.
benefit of our reduced prices on special
Nolo prices in both Clothinir and Dress
SHADES, MATTINGS, &c
E. J. McKITTRICK, Prop.
AND , .;
City, " Door, Cook4 8t.M.
One and One-Half Million Trees.
,000 Bartlott Pear.
12,000 Ueurre 'd Anjou Penr.
20,000 Winter Ncllis Pear.
2.),000 Royal Ann Cherry.
10,000 Black Tartarian Cherry.
25,000 Baldwin Applo.
25,000 Yellow Newton Pippin AppK
13,000 Northern Spy Applo.
30,000 Esnpus rjpilzcn licrg Apple.
A LA ltd E STOCK OF OTHER VARIETIES.
Appl1, rHrs, Clifirrlca, rtiima, Vrta-
rinea, Aiirlwfts, rrumiMuml l'eavliesi
Also Nut, Shade, Ornamental anil Evergreen
Trees, Klnwerlnir Shrub and Vines. Send for
J. H. SETTLEMIER, Woodburn, Oregon.
The Commercial Bank
OF OREGON CITY.
CAPITAL f 100,000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Loans made. Ritls discounted. Mnkes col
lections. Hiijtk and sells exchange on all polnta
In the United states and Eurrme and on llong
Kong. Ik-posits received subject to check. In
terest at usual rales allowed on time dcM,sits.
Hank open from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.j Saturday
evenings Irom Still 7 F. M.
I). U. LATOI'KK'ITK, F. E. DONALDSON,
11. E. FEUKLX, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OFFICE cp STAIRS rs BANK BLOCK
Over Warren's Furniture Store.
T.li Yo.a. V