Oregon courier. (Oregon City, Clackamas County, Or.) 188?-1896, February 14, 1890, Image 3

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    CITY AND COUNTRY,
OHKM UN CITV. KEB. 7, liUO.
TiruM or MulMtriiiiun,
s'lutlo Ct'f, on your, In advance, 11 M
l.t (lu Dopy, U iniMilIm, III advanc, 1W
U sal notices III cents par linn lur lint; I miiii
l Una lur each aiiiinimii iiisoninii.
IIOIUlV.II, Urngna City, Orvfun.
K L NEWTON,
(iIuimw r to 8lrlt(lU A Nuwtmi,)
DICALP.H IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Hay, Grain and Feed.
(Jomls Jlitrkeil Down an Low us
tho Lowest.
CASH HTOKK AT 1'OItTt.AMi rillCKM.
DELIVERIES MADE TO CUSTOMERS IN
ALL PARTS OF THE CITV.
Make Your PURCHASES
AT
The Corner- Grocery, near the
Courthouse.
A GOOD COUGH SYRUP.
Thero U nothln piiruuU ahnuld be Ml eareful
about as selecting a cough syrup. UeggV Cherry
Couth Syrup costs no more than tlw cheap and
Interior uuatruina thrown on the market The
bulla nonotiHi kihhI; bo aura ami gelBKUliH'
CIIKItllY COUUII BY lit' P. Wo keep It on hunt
t at times K. U, Caullchl & Co., Druggists.
LOCAL SUMMARY.
Pickles, 00 ccntH a keg, at Cireen Urn.
Pickles in bulk, at II 11 McCurvoi's
Prof. Eastman's Kill lory will be open
on Siindnyu.
I. UMahii'U, agutit of Pacific Fire In
turanuu Company nt Oregon City.
The fluuHt line of underclothing in
town at Greon Bros.
For frcdli groceries go to II. U. McCar
er. Cull at It. K. McCarver'a for flue
Tea and Colleca.
The lurgc stiu'k of groceries at H. K.
MeCsrvur's i all fruHh, just tecuived.
Six set of llnu glassware have been
received at II. It. McCurver'a. It i ele
giint ware.
They are Helling good blanket at
Giei.ii Bros, for 2 a pair.
Long-legged rubber hunting boot, at
the lowest price iniwn, at Ureeu Bros.
Oregon City Soap at iK) cent per box
at II. K- McCarver'a
I. Hulling cannot be tinderaold in ladies'
dress goixl and triniinini!
Fur Salt IIrriiitf and Mackeral go to
II. It. McCurver.
You ciin Hud all kind ol watches and
clock at Mrs. liurmeister' jewelry
lore.
Oh wh il Uuniiful Itrlh, will be the
universal renmrk after yon have used
Cuullol.l's AnliM-plic Tooih Wash.
Goods will ba aald for the next thirty
days at oit prtew
for Ca'
All intSJ' - ,uc,,,
liealthv t'liins and pnro liieath by using
Wriu'lii's Myrrh Toifli Soup. Sold by
II druggists.
A largo tock of over.shirts, all prices
ad kinds, at Cireen Bros.
Log Cabin Maple Syrup at $1.43 pnr
gallon at II. It. McCiirvur's.
Prescriptions carefully compounded al
(. A. Harding's lrug store.
The best display of French candieH.and
fine mixed, at II. It. McCurver'.
Broken suits of men's clothing, way
below cost, at (in-en Bro.
Wantku Kvery farmer in Clacka
mas county to bring your Poultry to the
Orouon City market. Sipiare dealing
ml cash down.
Sulphur, Blue Vitriol, Ground Spices,
Bird Seed, etc., nt reduced rates until
Feb 15, at Chtiriniin & Co., Clly Drug
Wore.
Wanted-A girl to take charge of the
kitchen in a private family. Middle-aged
lady preferred. Best of wages to u com
petent person. Inquire ut tho postollice.
Prof. Kastmun, the photographer, who
I permanently located here, will attract
great ileal of attention ns he i one of
the best artists in the state.
Prof. Hastman is here ready for work,
as tliu flood did not w ndi away his place
of business. Ho w ill take picture for
fe day at L'.5D a dozen ( .r best cub
innt sized photographs.
Remember that Prof. Eastman will
i.Va i,i,.t.ni-HS nt t ' JiO u ih tin for cabi
net size, including stunding figures busts
and groups. The cheapest price exei
known furg'nl pictures.
WrLdil's Condition Powders will keel
your stock in flue condition. Cure
couuli. colds and all diseases of ioise
and cattle. Pure and full weight,
by all druggist.
Sold
The Orientnl ha become a universal
fovnriiB with the truvelimr DUblie. be'
came this hotel furnishes the best meal
in the city for 25 cents.
Can yon read this print without
trouble? If not go to Jirs. Uurineitter'r
jewelry store and get a pair of spectacle-
nueu wun me hciuoiiiiu eve itssiur.
The county school superintendent
Alex. Thomuson. will be in hi otfjcfl
at the courthouse, on Monday and Sat
urday ol each week.
The Commercial Bunk has concluded
to ket'D open on Saturday evenings fiom
5 till 7 o'clock, fur the accommodation
of those depositors who cannot well rail
during business hours.
Prof. J'.astman knew what he was
doing w!:ui be moved to our growing
town. The fact that be ia permanently
located here, oroves he believe the
future of Oregon City i established aud
that he will never regret tne move
The Red Cross Cough Cure, made by
Charlf Wright & Co.. is especially
adapted for deep seated colds, where
there is pain In tlie cliest, ami lenneney
to pneumonia or pleurisy, ii win mo
backing night roiih imniediately
Sohl by all druggists.
Tlav run Isiil. tiimoles. ervsipela
rough skin, blotches on your fkin? Have
..... .n liloihl iioriuriiies. is vour sys
tem tainted by any t-yidiiiitic di.rder?
If so, take Wright's Compound Kxtracl
f Sa'rsaparihla- It will make a finer sa l
clearer complexion in a shorter time
than all the washes and eosmetiipies in
thecounfry. Cheapest, (.trongest, pnreM
nd bct in the market. Sold by all
v.-gisfs. .
5hiidren Cryfo
OREGOlf.CrTY AND SUBURBS.
At'i'iUKNT.ti, Dmowkinu. The saddest
event we have to narrate hi connection
wllli tlit) II.hxJ In lliu accidental drowning-
of Oluuy Chase on Friday of last
week, by the tipvettiiiK of a akin. Tim
deceased iiml Mr. Shaw atiirted out from
the factory fur lliu purHe ul securiiiK
tlio picker bullae with ropea, which had
lodged on some drift u'jout B milu be
low town; but when near the BiihiH-n-shm
bridue, tho lumt wan engulfed by a
whirlpool, ihrowliiK the occupants into
the chilly waters. Mr. Shuw wan able lo
cling to tliu boat and wan rescued
about two milcM from whore the bout
enpsi.cd, by purlieu who put out from
shore. Tim reports an to whether Olnev
ever ciiiiie to the surface ufter beiiiK
drawn under by tli whirlpool arc con
(licling. .Hmnu soy they saw him swim-
miiiK in lliu raging water, strumming
with the eiirreiit, mid finally succumbed.
Other who walcheil tliu uccidout nuy lie
never roue, These statements aded but
little, however. 01 nuy Chase wan born
in Oregon City on October Kith, If (Ml;
hi age. was 20 yearn, 3 months and 25
days; he has resided here all his life,
intending, our public school in it various
departments. Alter llnishiiig bin course
here he attended tliu Htutu university at
Eugene lor one year and from there
went to the Portland high school to fur-
l her prosecute bin studies. Alter com-
pletinc lu ediiealiuii he entered the inn-
I'liinu hop o( tho O. 0, Mf. Co. a an
apprentice, where hi father ha long
own employed bh machinist. In In
duties there hu wan always found faith
Ail and lie was held in high esteem by
nil Ida aciiiuintaiices. Iiy hi death the
the city lone one of it moHt promising
yniini; men, and heartfelt svmpalhy In
expressed by all for the bereaved (am
ily. Thavemno Undeii Difficulties.
Meldruin McCown arrived home from
Wallu Walla on Thursday afternoon.
He started a soon a be received the
telegram notifying him of hi father's
illness ami had a hard tune gutting here.
When be reached The Dalle be found
thut there wero so many passenger
waiting to come to Portland, that he
could not buv a ticket for an earlier
passage than Sunday, making bis ar
rival three day Inter. He saw a chance
to gut nboiir l and secrete himself in a
place where ho could stay until after the
lioat bad started. This he succeeded in
doing, and reached Portland Thursday
morning. He did not know until he had
reached l ho metropolis what a trip he
hud before him in coming to Oregon
City ; howover, lie found out soon enough
and was a pretty tired and worn out
lad when he arrived in his father's
house. No one thinks any les of Jink
for stowing himself away on the boat in
order to that much sooner reach his
homo.
I.II.KHAIIY Soi-IKTY OltUAXIZKD. The
Young Folks Society of the Presbyterian
church have organized a literary club.
Last Friday evening the first meeting
was held al the residence of Mr. Caplea.
The question for debate was : Kesolved,
That the Mississippi Hiver Flows up
Hill. Mr Gihbmiy and Mr. A. J. Adams
took the ullirinativu aide and Mr. J. D.
Wilkeuson and Mr. K.Andrews the nega
tive. It was decided in the negative.
Mr. Beattie gave several select readings,
mil songs were sung by the choir. A
very pleasant lime was had. If more
took part in this kind of amusement it
would be better for tho young folks of
our town, as it ib not only interesting but
also instructive.
DisousTKii Citizens. The flood in
our city has brought to our especial no
tice many traits of huiinn ,churac!er,
.ind we are glad to note that those of
hospitality and good w ill were predomi
nant; yet there was one instanco where
the opposite cliuruoteristic wasconspicn-
ins. While one of our leading hotels
was taxed to the uttermost to supply the
large crowd, rendered homeless by the
Hood, with the necessities of life, one of
he neighbors tried to prevent parties
from gaining entrance by fencing up the
rear door. It was speedily removed,
however, by two of our citizens who had
the barrier kicked down before the party
who hud nailed it was out of hearing
listance.
A Pto Takbs a Ridk on a Raft. One
f the queerest incident that ever hap
pened came to the writer b ears lust
week. One day when the river was ai
its highest, an old pig belonging to
Flave Painter chanced to step on a raft
as it started to float down the river. It
went over the falls and the owner sup-
posed the pig was drowned. But lo.
and behold ! when lie went out in the
yard next day, there was Ins porker,
loakine: as smiling as could be, and
seemingly feeling nono the worse for
the b.mt rulu. Tins story seems increu-
ble, but it is nevertheless true.
Tub County Couut. It is ordered by
the Court, the County Judge and Com
missioner Bair being present, that, owing
to extreme high water, preventing many
settlers from attending this term, and also
the destruction of valuable property in
Oregon City rcquiringtlii! attention of the
County Judge, till Court adjourn uniii
the next session thereof in March term ul
which time all business "ol acted upon ut
this term will be heard.
Rkpaiiis on the S. P. R. It. The
Southern Pacific railroad is working a
large force of men in the north part of
town repairing the trestle, bridges and
roml !eil. damaged by the hiuh water.
The repairs are under the direction of
Mr. Orundel, bndgo superintenoenr.,
who is bringing order out of chaos. He
Is InriiiK all the men he can get and
will goon have the track in a good con
dition as before the flood.
IT-i EXCELLENT QUALITIES
Commend to public approval the Cali
fornia liuuid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs.
It Is pleasing to the rye anil to me
taste, and by gently acting on the kid
neys, liver and bowels, it cleanses the
system effectually, thereby promoting
the health and comfort ol all who use
it.
T. M. Sim.i.ivan Serenaded Tuesday
evcninit T. M Sullivan, engineer for thn
W. F. P. A P. Co., was serenaded by the
O C. band at bis residence on the
West Side, congratulating him on his
ability as an engineer in supervising
I lie construction of mills', capable of
withstanding the great pressure brought
to bear on them dur-ng the recent high
waters.
We have a p-1y and poltlv Cure
for ratarrn. Diphtheria. Cnnk.-r Month, and
Hosd-ehn.ln SHILOIIX CATARRH REMEDY.
A Nal InJeHnr free with each bottle. I'm- It
If yon desire health and swwl breath. Price
.sMcents. Sold by K. U. CauHvId 4 Co.
1U Won.n Feed the Cat. When the
family of Mr. (ilasi-pool came away from
their home at the time of the flood ther
left their pet rat behind. Mr. (ilasspool,
thinkirg it w- uld starve to death, con
clnded t go down in a boat and feed it.
When he reached over to give the rsf
the food he U-aneil a little too far and
consequently got a ducking. He think
that hereafter he will let the cat scratch
for itself.
BE CAREFUL:
When you are obliged by sickness to take
medicine, that nothing but the purest
is used There should bo no doubt in
your mind ut
p'acc you will And the purust
Drugs
E. (3. CAUFIELU & CO.
make a cpcclult of keeping notbir.g but
the purest.
: you take. :
no chances of getting adulterated or
Impure medicines there.
WHAT A FORTUNE
It a good, healthy, pearly skin. Pew are aware
of the ihort lliao It tnkua for a disordered liver
to cauae blolehea on the face, and a dark, reiy
kin. One botile nt UKUQ8' II I. OO D PURIFIKK
and 111,001) M A K ICR will rcatnre this organ to
IU natural and healthy ttntn, and clcanae the
blood ol all Impurities It la meeting with won
derful siieenas. We guarantee every bottle.
E. (1. Caulleld & Im Ijni-niMa.
Ouk Fihst Mail The first mail re
ceived in the city since February 1st
was on the Oth. It was brought up from
Portland by the steamor Latonu and
had been anxiously waited for by our
citizens. We hardly realize in these
days what a blessing daily delivery of
mail is, and after this experience we
will better t.,. reciate the postal service
of Undo Sam.
Another Old Timk Citizen Uonb.
Bill Newman, brother of Ben New
man and Mrs. Bacon, died on the 8th in
Portland. Tho remains wero brought
to the residence of J. M. Bacon in this
citv, where tho funeral services wero
held on Monday at 10 o'clock. Mr.
Newman was formerly a resident of this
place and had a number of friends who
mourn bis loss.
Duoi in Real Kstatk. On Monday
afternoon a lot belonging to a Mr. Smith
on the bank of the Alierncthy, just north
of that stream, suddenly "took a tumble
to itself," and fell into the stream, cover
ing up numerons crawfish thereby. Land
of this description is useful in nuy local
ity, .nd could t.ow be utilized for raising
clams.
... im.
Mrs. P. II. Hatch died at her home in
Salem on Monday of consumption, at
the age of 111. She crossed the plain
in 1840 onil has made Oregon her home
since that time, residing Hrst in Oregon
City for a few years and in Sulcm ever
since.
An Exoollvnt Kmtiedy.
Dr. Holden: I consider your Ethereal
Cough Syrup an excellent remedy for all
thn diseases for wliicli von recommend It.
DAVID RICllART. Modesto.
Large size 1.00, small 50 cents. For
sale by Geo. A. Harding.
COUNCIL MEETING.
CALLF.I) SESSION FOR UKNKIIAI. UU8INESS.
Petition asking that Second street be
opened from top of blulf to city line, re
ferrej to committee on streets with power
to set. . ,
Ordinance providing for vacation of al-1
ley runninglliioiigli block iNo. 1, referred
to committee on streets.
Ordinance, Organizing Fire Du part
men!, read second time and passed.
The Chief Engineer was authorized to
borrow a steam lire engine from Portland,
pending repair of the water works.
Hie matter ot repairing t nc Aiierncuiy
bridge was referred to the committee on
streets, with instructions lo cooler with
the county judge.
-
im.i.a audited and paid.
Oregon City Enterprise, f2 80, C 0 T
Williams. 10 00; C Pillon, 20 00; N 11
Howell, 40 00. Willamette Iron Works,
24 10; John Snyder, 1 50; Charles Welch,
4 50; O C Electric Light Co, !2J 00; John
Barrett, 7 20; C Blds, 8 00; Schwab
Bros. 15 00; Green Bros, 13 TO; Willum-
etlc Falls Excelsior Co, 2 00; Willamette
Inm Works ,42 tit); J M Bacon, 1 25; Unit
co Hack Co, .75; 0 E Burns, 80 50-
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP
Is giving splendid satisfaction to the trade and
the sides are positively marvelous, which can be
accounted fur In no other way except that it Is
without doubt tho best on the market. Ask for
and be sure you get the genuine. We keep It.
E. CI. Cuutlvld Si Co, Druggists.
A Very Necessary Industry.
Never until the flood did we know
how necessary the Lincoln bakery is to
the happiness of the people of Oregon
City. Those who have depended upon
it for their Dread tor years were at a loss
to know what to do when deprived of it.
Mr. Harding was not long in beginning
operations soon ns tho water went down
eiioiii.li to allow biin to get into bis
store.
A large land slide occurred on Monday
back of L. T. Burin's residence, caused
by the seepage of water through the
sand. It curried down with it his car
riage house. Another such slide will
bring it uncomfortably near his house.
Combines the juice of the Blue Figs of
California, to laxative and nuiritious,
with the medicinal virtues of planis
known to be most beneficial to thr
human system, Tormiug the ONLY I'LK
FECT REMEDY to act gently ei
promptly on the
KIDKETS, LIVER AKD EQWELJ
AMD TO
Cteansetts System EffseiuaSiy.
SO THAT
PURE BLOOD.
REFRESHING SLEr,
HEALTH and STRfc.Ni
Naturally follow. Err-yonei - r '
and ail are dclirK'"' ;".
druggist for SYkl'K OK F.CS. M . . :
factured only 1 y the
CALIFORNIA. FIG STfF.Iir
a Sam FaasKrisco, f .u t
LocHviLLa, Kt. J' VvM f
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Miss Bertha Burin was in town this
week.
Mrs. D, P. Thompson was in town on
Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary Ward i visituur n.l,.iiv.
in tow n.
Notice V. C. Johnson' new ad in
another column.
Miss Lorena Ackerman, who I in
rorlland, Is qui to sick.
Miss Corrlo McCow II (MlnA lirtiiin liui
dey from McMinnville.
I.. T. Itnrin was nominated IT a
shall lor Oregon on the 0th,
The Chinese Gardens bnloiv fnu ,, n.
covered by about 3 feut of sand,
Alias Hell Potter has, been very sick
for past week, but is gutting much bet
ter.
Mr. J. D. Slover is able to bu about
the streets again after a long spoil 0f
sicanenn.
School closed Wednesday noon on in.
ml of the high water, but opened
again on mommy.
Mrs. Richards (nee Emma Bitznri
of Portland spoilt last Sunday with her
mother in una cuy.
Mr. Calms and hi friend Mr. Walker.
oi roriiauu, wero mo guests of Air,
Dresser last simony. .
Mr. Johnson is improving slowlv.
which is encouraging news for his
many mends.
Mr. McCown'sicondition grows more
lir.pelul each day and ins speedy recov
ery i anxiously looked for.
Hurry McCurver made an assiinimonl
on Saturday lor the henellt of hi cred
itors to . W. Alyurs.
The Lntona is doing a rusliimt busi
ness. Every trip she is filled to over
flowing with passengers and freight.
Special meetings were held nt the
Presbyterian church last week. On Sun
day lust 19 new members were added to
the church.
Tne log that floated ut) Main struot
and lodged near the pastothce was a
regular bonanza for the one who saw
it llrst and claimed it.
Annie: "Say, Liz, my feller and I had
a dandy oyster stew last night." "Oh,
where?" Annie: "Why.ut the Vienna
Chop House, of course.
Mr. Pillsbury has been sick for two
w eks, but it is thought that she is iin
proving slowlv. Hur little daughter
Vera is sick with "la grippe.
Evidences of spring are seen every
where. The pussy willows are in full
bloom unJ all the early flowers are
showing their heads above the soil.
Mr. Sullivan, engineer of the W. P. &
P. Co. will superintend the work of re
pairing of the lock aud basin, lie in
tend to rush the work through as soon
us possible.
It always pays a business man to give
hi customer the best bargains he can,
as thereby he makes now customer.
I'hut's why the Vienna Chop House
gives the best meal in town.
The postollice was opened on Thurs
day afternoon which was a great sutis
faction to the editors of tliu papers here,
ns they had to distribute their papers
the best way they could.
Sheriff Ilauser of Pendleton passed
through here on Sunday on his way to
Suleni. He was accompanied by four
prisoners from Uuintillu county who ho
meant to leave at the statu penitentiary.
A cute little girl while walking with
her father toward the north part of town,
when the tops ot houses were peeking
out of tho water, sitid,. '-fapa, look,
there is where they keep all t!ie roofs."
their law ollice to the Conniifji'ial hank
buildimr, and Cowing & Cowing have
moved their law ollice t the rooms
vacated by the Lntouiettes.,
A business meeting of the Presbyler
n society was held in the church on
Tuesday evening with the pastor ns
chairman. Committees for the various
duties of tho church were appointed.
T. F. Rvnn. chief engineer of the fire
leoartmont. went lo Portland the iirst
of the week to see about getting an en
gine to use in case of fire, until our water
works can be placed in workinif order.
Conductor Wilson on his way to Salem
on Friday morning, stopped at the Cour
ier oflicu and left the Vregonmn, widen
was n grent kindness on his part, as that
Dnper was a luxury (or a few days during
the flood.
Those who did not tnke the oppor
tunity of rowing down through (ioose
Flat and Green Point while Hint pnrt
of the citv wns overflowed. mi3sed a
chance Hint they re1"'1!"' "ever
have again in a lifetime.
On account of the areat strain caused
hv the current in the basin, the captain
of the Three Sisters was compelled to
beach his boat. It is now lying on the
road just this side of the trestle. When
it will be gotten off is hard to tell.
Tho honso of Rinl Roddick and other
u-or hroknn Into Willie tne lliminex
were absent on account of the flood, and
a great deal of fruit was stolen. Any
one who could do such a mean trick ns
this is getting pretty low.
Last Sutiirdnv morning a dog was
seen premenadinff up the steps at the
depot at the rate ni ten nines an imnr.
Some one had tied several tin cans to
its tail and it was so frightened Hint it
cried as if it heart would brenk.
The county waunn bridge across the
Clackamas wns erected in 1873 by the
Pacific Bridge company, it being the
first one built by thnt company In Ore
iron. Its cost was 15000. It was a sub
stantial structure wnen carried away ny
the flood.
On Friday two of the Western
Union's lines were placed in position.
While they were down between here
and Portland our citizens felt as though
they were on an island, and indeed it
could not have been much worse had
this been the case.
The O. C. Mfg. Co. contemplate the
immediate lemovalofall thr buildings
now on their property on Main street
including the Cliff Saloon, Barlow
Honse and annex on this property. They
soon intend to erect new structure fur
use in their manufacturing business.
Ttiose who discarded their Ismps for
the electric lights were left in tho lurch
last wepk. and rame to the conclusion
that kerosene is Pretty reliable after all.
The lamps in the Baptist church had to
lie brought out ntrain, it these nan noi
been kept it would have lieen necessary
to close up the church in the evening.
The hurling room and machine shop
st the factory fell in on Monday morn
ing with a terrible crash. The building
had Iteen loosened and tipped by the
water. It was thought it con Id be braced
up and made strong agnin, but it w ill
now have to be built op new. thus mak
ing an additional expense to the com
pany. Services at the Baptist chnrch net
Sunday. Preaching at II a. m. and at
7:30 p. m. Forenoon subject, "Man's
Ignorance of thr Future," evening sub
ject, "A True Friend." Sunday school
12:15 p. m. Young people's meeting
6:.'50p. m. A cordial invitation ia ex
tended to all-
Ciuki.is W. Mkad.
John A. Confih. Jams C. Mstnaa,
CONFER, MEAD & MEEHAN,
Dealer In Timber and Farming Lands,
Town and City Property.
OltKdON UTV, OHKUIIN,
We Iiiivo also cruised and examined choice
tracts of aoverniiii'iit lands subject to lioino
slead, p o-emptlon and limber entry. In Wis
cousin, Minnesota and MIcbiKau we have hud
ample experience In locating timber clahua.
W. L NUTTING,
Attorney nt Law,
PORTLAND, OREGON.
OFFICE: Rooms II & 12. Union Block,
N. W. Comer First and Stark Streets
5t6tic:el
TIIK PI KM OP KOIIHISH A- SCOTT, RUT
chers nl .Molalln. having dissolved, I will not
he responsible for any contracts, Iiercaflcr,
brariug tho linn iiuuiu.
OMVF.lt KCIIIIIN8.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
11IIK CO-PAHTNKKHMIP IIIIItKTOKOHK KX
lslilltf Lltu'n,.t .1 r. Hull ,,ml .1 M llitll mi.
di-r tile (Inn inline of Hull b Sou. is this day
dissolved, and I shiill collect all bills and nay
all debts of the firm, hut will not be rcsponalble
for the Individual .tel. is of J. M. Hall.
Oregon City, Jan. , lJ. J. C. HAM,.
C. E. BROWN,
Builder, Contractor, Millwright
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE In
Building nil Kinds of Mills of Brick,
Stone or Wood, and In Erecting
all Kinds of Machinery.
Best of References.
Plans and Specifications on the Shortest
Notice.
Address,
C, K. IIItOWN,
Itox 38, Oregon City, Or.
J. W.POWELL, M.D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at Charman & Co.'s Drugstore.
Oregon City, Or.
T. r. cowino.
I. II. COWINO.
COWING & COWING,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
All cases before the United Slates Land Offices
a specially. Klulit Years Kxperlenee aa
Register in United Slates Land Ollice.
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
Office two doors north of postollice.
J. M. BACON & SON,
tiEAIi'ltS IN
Books, Stationery, Notions, Choice Cigars
ana looacco,
Miscellaneous Goods, etc., etc
Agent for American Bible Society.
PosinfHce. Main street, Oreiton Citv. l!t'
2 Lots near tne Schoolhouse.
TWO LOTS FOR SALE, two minute'
walk from the Oregon City public schcol
Excellent locution for residence.
MoCOWX & CO
Northwestern Dispensary.
DR. J)U Y1XG.
No IS. 'I First Stive!, Cor. Yllllllilll, I'ort
lllltd, Oregon,
Registered Ijiadiinle, Must Successful
Specialist nnd Largest Pranlico on the
Pari He L'ou-t, All Nervous, Chronic
and Snecial Diseases successfully treated.
Meuicinu sent anywhere securely, pri
vately and promptly. AOVIC'E FREE.
Hours 9 to 13, 2 to 0, itnd 7 to 8. Send
ten cents for hook,
'(ioixl News for tlio ADIIotud."
Please mention this paper.
FOB SALE.
rilllOROtlGIIIIRKn HOlr
stclii Kricslan Hull, "llona,
No. :tfili, brcil by H. Chapman
Jr.. of Onciiia, 111., ilroppcri Feb
ruarv l.ri. lssi: sired bv Moute.
No. mil; dam, VIku, No. 1C.sk. Kccoril of trans
fer complete.
Tliorouirlilircil Jersey Hull. "Nero." No. 4tffl
dropped September an, 1KSI; Hired by Gold liiisl
.hi, Nil XW; diim MIIihnh :tl. No Km Recorded
in volume II, American Jersey nerd uooit,
Worcester. Mass.
Hnid Hulls can be scon on dipt. Appcrson's
old farm, one mile cast of Oregon clly, and their
services eau be had at the barn, upon the pay
ment oi sso. i'iir liirtncr iniorniHiion anurcss,
COWING & COWINO, Oregon City, Or.
REMOVED!
The ( hicngo Store lias bcoii re
nil. veil to tlio Mw Scliriim
Itililililig,
Next Door to tho Great Fiistern Store,
MAY & COOKE, Prop's
A LARGE SUPPLY OF STAPLE AND
FANCY GROCERIES and CROCK ERY
TEAS A SPECIALTY.
HAY, OATS, STRAW and MILL FEED
Cash paid for Country Produce.
tlTAII goods delivered free ot charge in
every part of the city.
ROOTS AND SHOES.
I have received my new stock of
French kid Indies shoes, and all other
kinds of shoes of the best make. I keep
no (foods with pasteboard slitfeniiiii or
paper insoles, ll you want the best
shoes, tfo to Frank Miller's.
For Neat, Accurate Job Work
Go to the COURIER OFFICE,
at the depot, Oregon City.
1'OLITICAL JIKKTIXO.
A mass meeting of the Union Labor
forces is hereby railed lo meet nt Pope's
Hull on the L"-' I i f February, nt Hie hour
of 10 A. M.. for l he purswe of orunniing
for the spring ranipaiisn of WM, nnd for
the consider.ition of ilie questions that
iemi,nd the attention of every voter.
Invilulion i- e.iti n.li.l to the Unions of
dillrrent trades, nnd e-pc ially to the
farmer, than whom none can be more in-tere-teil
or concerned.
Our motto K M Eipial Jii-tirc to all,
nnd Six-chil Privib-ire- lo none."
- W. W. Mveiis,
C'h'n of the U. L Com.
GREAT KEIdUJCTIION
IN ALL LINES OF GOODS AT
The Great Eastern Storq.
GIGANTIC
CLEARANCE SALEI
We propose to mnke a sweeping reduction I" SPECIAL WINTER G00D9
in order to rapidly reduce tho quantity of ot.r stock, and to muko nssurnnce ',--'-'
suro that nothing will have to bo carried over for another season. We p .
PUT DOWN
On everything in our stock for THIRTY
25 PER OE1TT. IREDUO'-JIOILSr
On any nrliclo purchased, and Unit you get two cuts on prices ot winter goods.
All llioso buying now will get the benefit of our reduced prices on special
winter stock and our all-round cut. Not prices in both Clothing and Dreea
Goods show windows. We offer
Extraordinary Inducements for 30 Days.
Now is the time to lay In a supply of all classes of goods. No one can afford to miss It.
I. SEtULlNft.
E. S. WABMEN,
UNDERTAKER.
FURNITURE, WINDOW SHADES, MATTINGS, &c
At very Low Offers, either Cash or on the Installment Plan.
LAND OFFICE BUILDING, OREGON CITY. OREGON.
Mrs. C. M. L.
KEEPS A LARGE STOCK OF
!
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Silverware and Spectacles,
ANit
roroiMKers
Prices Reasonable.
OUR MOTTO,
"Quick Sales, Small Profits."
Gar Mr. McXiitrick lias just returned from the East, where he
nas pcrcuasea ma imest 101 oi srnma goons max 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.
COMIC JlIsTJD SEE TJS,
Oregon City Shoe Store, msT D00tt NOK"o?ncE.
ATTENTION, FARMERS AND STOCKMEN!
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF
LATEST
Improve 1
11K.II-ARM
SINGER
Sowing
Machine
And nils.Needles,
Hells, etc . cole
stautiy on hand
SVi!. Blue Front Store, Oregon City, Uoo,, cuuk' .-w.
TIIK WOKK 1 ALL IIOMK-MADE AND GUARANTEED TO THE BUYER.
Fine BUGGY HARNESS and HEAVY STOCK SADDLES Made to Order.
G-. 33. HETTIES,
Attorney at Law Notary Public.
Oltii-e opposite CourtliouKe,
OIIKIIOX CITV. - OltKGOS.
THE GUFF HOUSE,
PRINCIPAL HOTEL IN THE CITY,
John Bittner, Proprietor.
OREGON CITV.
OREGON
SALE
nrrmtirn
ucrs vr.ii
Oisalw, Kansas City, Chicago,'
ST PAUL. ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL P0INT9
East, North ti9 South,
OREGON CITY.
W. K. FflATT, - - Ticket Agent
10
1 MIUM
nr
?r&WCi ON
rf l WW ) '
ALL PRICES
s
i
DAYS. Thin
HUirineistcr,
.WtTpTInff
E. J.'McKITTRICK, Prop.
A HARNESS
or SADDLE,
COLLARS.
WHIPS,
BITS, SPURS,
CURRY
COM US,
BRUSH KS.
ETO.. ETC.
AND
'Sverythiiijf
usually Kep
in'
A First-Class
ii(ldlery Store
Woodburn Nursery,
WOODBURN, OREGON.
One and One-Half Mill.
COO Bartlctt Pear.
2,000 Beurro 'd Anjou Pea
20,000 Winter Nellis Pear
25,000 Roynl Ann Chen,
10,000 Bluck Turtnriit Clur.,.
25,000 Baldwin Apple.
an.OOO Yellow Newton Pippin Apple.
13,000 Northern Spy Apple.
.'iO.OOO Esripus Spilzetiherg Apple.
A LARt'E STOCK OK OTHER VARIETIES.
Apples, Prara. Cherries, Ftntna, Ncet
rlnea, AprieotN, I'runea and I'euchrsi
Also Nut, Shade, Ornamental and Evergreen
Trees. Flowering- Shrubs and Vines. Heud for
Catalogue. Address,
J. H. SETTLEMIER, Woodburn, Oregon.
The Commercial Bank
OF OREtiON CITY.
CAPITAL f()i,W'l
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Loans made. Hills discounted. Mnke eol
ml J ml h-ii. rxriiMiK "II nil HUIIia
in the I'nited Stales and Etine and on lloiif
Konir. Iicpoplts received snbj.-ci to check. In
terest at usual rales aliened on lime dcMMts.
Rank open from HA. M.tot P. M.; Saturday
evenings (rem .1011 7 l. V.
I. C. LATol KK'ITK, r. fc HON H fisnN,
'resident, ( ashkr.
II. E. FKItlllN, 31. 1).,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OFFICE vr STAIRS in BANK BLOCK
Over Warren's Furniture Store.
iMJ