CITY and COUNTRY, OUKOlN CITY, I'KII. I, Inno, Terms of Sluincripiioii, aiiule tNipy, nun year, In advance, M 00 in ia Copy, sli mouths, In advance, I du Local notices Iticeuls imr llu. lir nrsl; rents (or lino (or each xi l--in-iil Insertion Address, COI UIKK.Ole-ill City, Oregon, K L NEWTON, (rtiiimoMur to Straight A Newton,) DEALER IN Staple and Taney Groceries, Hay, Grain and Feed. Uooilx Marked Down as Low us the Lowest. CASH HTOUK AT I'OHTLANU CHICK OELIVERIES MADE TO CUSTOMERS IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. Make Your PURCHASES AT The Corner Grocery, near the Courthouse. A G00O COUGH SYRUP. There In nothing p:irnts should bo to raroful tjoul as selecting cough syrup. Heggs' Cherry Cough Hyrup contn no more Until 111" cheep nl Inferior iiotrnin thrown on the market. The beat Is nonuliHi good; he sure anil gut DKUOS' UIIKItltY COL'lill HVIll'l'. We keep It on liuuil at al limes K. (1. Caullcld 4 Co., Drugglsle. LOCAL SUMMARY. Pickle, 00 cent a kftf, lit Green Bros. A Wonl t Hit) Wise Use Writjht'n Mitu'ic I'ilo Ointment, and find iiu leiliitle relief (ur the worHt case. Never failH. SoM liy Cliarmnn ft Co. I. Le.Muliieii, itent of Piicillc Fire In kuruiico Company ut Oregon City. The HneHt line of underclothing in town ut Green Bros. They nro milling Komi blanket l Green Broa. for 'i a puir. I,oti;-lei;(ieil rnliher liiiiitini; boot, at the lowest price in town, at Green BroH. I. Scllnitf cannot be umleraolil in ladies' dress uooiIh unit iriininins Yon ran fl i til nil kinds ot watches ami clock nt Mrs. lliirinoistor'H jewelry lore. Oh wlfit hfiiiillfnl Irth, will ho the univermil reiiurk after yon have nseil Canlii'hl'H Antiscplic Tooth Wash. Goods will bo sold for the next thirty days at the Whltlook Start at cost prices far Cash only. A lure Block of oversliirts, all prices tad kinds, at Green Bros. Suppose you have "tried fifty reme dies" for that coiitfh, liitskineiw and sore ness of the throat. Try Wright's Syrup of Tar and Wild Cherry and you will have no more trouble. Sold by Char man it Co. Prescriptions carefully compounded at -G. A. Harding's drug store. Broken suits of men's clothing, way below cost, at Green Bros. Waxtbi) Every farmer in Clacka mas county to brine; your Poultry to the Orciton City market. Siunro dealins and cash down. If you value the appearances of your stock ne Wright's Condition Powders. Full weight, first class materials. Try them. Sold by Charinaii & Co. The Oriental has become a universal favorite with the traveling public, be cause this hotel furnishes the best meal in the city for 25 cents. Weighed in the Balance and found "A perfect dentifrice" Wright's Myrrh Tooth Soap. Preserves the teeth, puri fies the breath, destroys bacteria in the moulh. Sold by Cliiuinan & Co. Can von read this print without trouble? If not go to Mrs. Burmeister's jewelry store and get a pair of spectacles fitted with the scientific eve tester. The county school superintendent, Alex. Thompson, will bo in his office, at llie courthouse, on Monday and Sat urday of each week. The Commercial Bank lias concluded to keep open on Saturday evenings fiom 6 till 7 o'clock, for the accommodation of those depositors who cannot well call during business hours. Save Money by "sing Wright's Arabian Horse Linament. Removes all callouses, lumps or blemishes. Cures sprains, bruises and scratches. Sold by Charman & Co. Jack Same, the gignntir chorus singer of the "Pearl of l'ekin" comic opera, told the writer that ho had never eaten a better meal than at the Vienna Chop House in Oregon City. The extremely low prices nt Prof, Eastman's photograph gallery will pre vail but a lew days longer. Take advan tage of this opuorlunily. Cloudy days are as suitable toi fine pictures as sunny days. Loss or lack of manhood, however in duced, permanently restored by Dr. do Freye, (alt'g in person) member of So ciety of Physicians of France, lute pro i4 dinlnmaa) well known specialist for chronic and delicate diseases of both sexes, consults tree in all modern languages. OlHce, corner i-iot anrl Pino Btn.i.ta Portland: en trance, Pine. .Hours, 18 to 4 daily, 7 to 9 evenings, r. u. .lock cox azu. Wonderful virtue in Wriifht's K. K K. Horse Medicine. Don't fail to try it, and vntl will find that vou have the best horse medicine "ever made. Sold by Charman A Co. At Prof. Eastman's gallery the views of the rioou are now ready, .examine l..t an. I vnn nri:l BOA that. thv pivA fl bllC" " " - jvw ..... - - - 1 m - vivid representation of the great flood of 1890. A S H SU LEGAL OPINION v. Ttninhridirc. Mundav Eg'i. County Atty, Clay Co, Tex, says": "Have nsed My brother also was very low with Ma- . . IT 1! I... ... mmm.A lanal r everano jhuhuilc, u. wa- su.i v.,, timplv ne nf thU medicine Am sat isfied Electric Bitters saved his life" xi. it r U'ilen-.nn. of Horse Cave. Kv . t.i . H i;ba tuaiimnnv. fuiin!!. He pos itively believes he would have died, had it not been lor ciecinc uuiera o-l.: ..nut nmnlv will ward off. as well as cure all Malarial' Di ea-e, and for all Kidney, Liver and smmarn uimm taiid" uneunaled Price SOc and fl at (1 A Harding's Drugstore Notice to tlie l'ublic. in toriiii inl!bt.J lo the Wliltlok Siorj Art r Ji- "i!e- la P up. as all blli. will iait "in? I n.io ei n ... I.. ..n'l.Pll THE WHITLOSK ST0. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Miss Bull Poller Is daugi-roiisly sick. Creed fitralton return 'it froiii school ill Portland, on Tliur.day, sick. Wayne Howard has been home sick since Thursday of lust week. The I'Vninlulim have nominated Lance Gardner for chief euifinccr. Mrs. Win. Wadtt, residing at Klyville. is very aick with wliisiplng cougli, and also two of her children are sick. Miss Nora Simpson Is u lucky woman. Hho has sold thu MO acres of public land he ucijiured near Asteria for 18.0JO. Mr. Ililtuer has beiiglit the Barlow house, which he will move over to the Clill' house to nccniiiiiiodulc travelers. The bridtfc across Clear creek was swept away by the hluh wuter, but it can ue replaced at small expense. A letter was received by a gentleman in this city from Tillamook county stating that John Rock had died on I lie iUtli instant. A cunning thief entered the house of Mr. Jaguar a few nights ngo, and took (15 out of his pocket. No trace of the robber lias been found. On Monday trains again resumed their regular trips between Portland ami r.u gene, nfter nn entire cersnlion of nil mail facilities for two weeks. Monday our citizens receivod an nvuluuche of mail mutter. Mrs. C. P. Stralton, nged 87 years, died in Salem Saturday evening. She was pioneer woman of Oregon, and came across the plains from Pennsyl vania In 1H.). HIih was the mother of M. A. Stratlon of this city, and of Julius Htratton of Seattle, Miss Lottie llilleary died at Damascus on the 30th of January. Her age was Id years, 8 months and 24 days. She was a devout Christian, a mounter ol the United Brethren church. The funeral service was held in the schoolhuuse, Itevs. J. A. Royer and J. M. Johnston ollielating. The remains were buried in the Damascus cemetery. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. John Kelly Is again night watchman. Hon. J. B. Diimuick was in townTues to visit bis old friend, t'apt. McCown. Miss Corrie McCown retomed to Mc- Miunvilleon Saturday. Frank Dolau, of Portland, made a fly ing trip to Oregon City on Sunday. J. B. Kellv, the dealer in marble, ar rived from San Francisco on Sunday. Frank Kruse returned from bis two months' trip to California on Sunday. tie likes Oregon better than evei. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. White made a visit to Oregon City on Tuesday. Th genial lector looks us healthy as when he was justice of the peace here. R. L. Morris, u nrouiinciit business man of Woodburn. was in town on husi- nn Mouditi-. Mr. Morris has been filling large contracts for eottonwood for the excelsior factory. Rev. II. Hansen will hold services in the German lanetiage at the M. E. church on Sunday nt 2:110 p. in., nml thereafter every last bumlay ot eucli mouth at die same time and place. License to wed issued on the 17th to Alice Metcul' nml D J Lewis; on the 15th affidavit for marriage license to Ad- dioTrnev and F W King; on the 17th to Ruth N Svkes and C Holmes. Rev. K. T. Ingle closed u meeting of one week's duration on Sunday last ai the Corners sclioolliouse, two miles west of Viola, resulting in 23 accessions to Ihe church. He will preach at the same place on Saturday at II a.m.; ut Springwater Sunday ut 11 a. in., and at Logan Hchoolknuseat 7 in. Mimiay. Find op Antiknt Indian Rki.ics. II. . Hall, of Taeoinu, who visited his father residing on the west side this week, found in a bunk near the distillery the horns nf an antelone and a small heavy copper kettle. The tips of the horns had been cut oh", and the situation of these relics of some bygone genera tion indicated that the spot w here they were found had served as a grave for a red man, with whom they had been buried. OiiKii n City Packino Co. Saturday a'ti-les of incorporation were filed in tl e ofiicp of the secretary of state of the Oregon City Packing company, principal place of business, rorthind ; capital stock, 130,000. divided into shares of $100 each; incorporators are J. Long, A. Bascow. r. C. S eitiht, nnd I). D. Oliphnnt ; object, to conduct, a general canning ami packing business of all kinds of fruit nnd vegetables nnd mer chandise of every description. The AwrttL Hand of Diiatii David Williams, living near Canby, died on Sunday and was buried on Monday. His daughter Malvma died on rriduy and wns buried on the day her father died. Mrs. Williams has been very Bick for n number of weeks and her recovery is not anticipated. Allco Alliertoii. tit Vonular Actresa Says, K. S. llolden : Dining Ihe prevail ing cold weather I have sull'cred from se vere cough, lam pleased to state Ihal I received great relief from the use of Kthcreui Uoiigli hyrup. A1.ICR ATHKKTON. San Francisco, Feb, 10, 1S70. Large size 1.00. small 50 cents. For sale by G. A. Hard ing, Druggist. IN NEW QUARTERS. Charman Go's drug Store occupies comfortable nnd roomy quarters on the second lloor of Charman liron. new brick building, where they will be glad to receive their customers. Pre scriptions a specially. In the early part of March the firm will move into their new store. Frier's I'liotitirrupli Gallery Viewe of tl.e lireHt Flooil. Views of the flood will be readv on Saturday. On and after Moi.diy, Feb ruary 23, I shall take cubinet photo graphs ut my gallery at two dollars t lozen. until lurther notice. R. Piiikk. Main street, Oregon City. NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP. I have this day admitted ntv nephew. Isaac Ackennan, as a partner. The bus iness will be carried on under the name of Mayer and Ackennan. Alex. .Mayku, the Great haslern Store. Oregon City, Feb. 1, Pi!). PUtorbnnee of the Heart. Heart disease is like an assanain, which creeps upon you in the dark, and strikes you una are. Therefore, do not overlook any uneasiness in the region of the heart or disturbance in its action, hut at once take lu. Flint's Remedy. Descriptive treatise with each bottle; or, address Mack Drug Co., N. V. BEGSS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP Is giving splendid satisfaction to Ihe trade and the sales are positively marvelous, which can be accounted for In no other way except that It Is wiihout dooM the best on the market. Ask for and be sure you get the genuine. We keep It t G. Can Held Co, Druggists. BE CAREFUL When vou are obliged by sickness to take medicines, that nothing hut the purest is u -ed. i hero should be no Hon nt in coiir mind at : WHAT : p'acc you w ill find the purest ft E. 0. CAUFIELI) & CO. make n epcclalt of keeping nothlr.g but the purest. : vou take : no chances nf getting udulleratcd or impure in ediclnes lliere. WHAT A FORTUNE la a good, heiillhy, pearly akin. Few are aware of the abort time It takca for a dlaordered liver to cauae blolchva on the fane, and a dark, greaay akin. One bolilo of IlEiKiS' 1ILOOD rUUIKIKK and 111,001) MAKKR will restore tide organ to Iti nutnral and healthy date, and cleanae the bloiMl of all linuurlllM It ! niMftlnff with won jarful sur-owa. Wo guarantee every bottle. E. U. CuulU-ld Si Co., priirifUts. RIAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. 0 I & S Co to Emma Iliinnemian, lot 0, blk 40, 0 I 4 8 Co add to Oswego; $410. Lottie Uaird to Dora Hatch, lot o, blk 1, West aide add; $200. J T Ann ersnn to J M & O W Taylor lots 13 and 111, blk 2, Park Pluck; $175. Ola I. Sawlell to Jacob Oswslt, und 1-7 of ne X sec 21, t 5 s, r 2 e; $271. Lavinu G Ben vert to W J Weston, ili of ne sec 7, t 3 s. r 1 w ; $100. U ,N lieavert to W J Weston, same land; $50. T II Smith to J M Pettinger, 40 as in DLCof Geo Ahernethy, t 2 s, r2e; $2400. Asa Perkins to J no Campbell et al. 125 as in the I) L C of Cranfill fc Wads worth, t 2 s, r 2 e; $5025. O & C R R to J 11 Weaver, notf of nc M sec 15, t 2 s, r 4e; $100. J II Weaver to J A Stupunson, neM of ne sec 15. t 2 s, r 4 e ; $272. i May lo W S May, neM of sec 3, t Z h, r 2 e ; $2000. K W Kandololi to K II Barker, lots I and 2, blk 140, Oregon City ; $700. W P Turpin to S R Green, 1500x300 feel of the Estelln mining claim ; $100. O I A S Co to E llannemann, lot U in blk 4U, Oswego add; $440. W uller Keves to l' Jl ISennutt, so'-a ol sec 14, t 4 s, r 5 o, 100 as ; $1000. Oregon School Commissioners to C II Lithe, ne i of so M of see 12, 1 0 s, r 1 e, 40 us ; $50. C II Lane to D M Stcimllcr, ne 1 of se li of sec 12, t (1 s, r 1 e, 40 as; $250. l' li .McUridn to K Livingstone. 70 as near Marshlield ; $1. J C isuyer to A Summers, H Blum, lots 2, 3. 4, 5, 8, sec 17, t 2 s, r 2 e. U8 i ; $5835. J Cochrnn to J Kropf, nU of nw of sec 7, 1 5 s, r 1 e, 77 us ; $770. G Root to 1 l oder, s! of nwji. sec 7. l 5 s, r 1 e, 77 us ; $770. Golda Goldstein to Rosa Gale, 2o as in vti of sec 25. t 2 s, r 2 e ; $2U3.1)o to Clara Goldstein, 25 as in w lg sec 25, t 2 s, r 2 e; if 178. W F Hubbard to K Tellefson, 243 as t3s, r3e; $4500. Henry A 1 1 ess to Margaret A Hess, n M of se ii sec 1, t 4 s, r 1 e, 40 us: $300. J P Shaw to Ernest Rands, lot 7, blk 5, west side add ; $100. tj ,M Atkinson to h K Jones, lots , 2, 3, 4, and sw 1-4 of nw . n w of sw of sec 30, t 2 s, r 1 e, 127,' as ; $1. James Shaw to h M Atkinson, same tract; $1. LETTER LIST. The following is a list of letters re maining in the postoflice at Oregon City, Feb. 21, 1800: Brown, Joseph A Brown, Joe Bysner, Chris Besin, Win Coilds, Robert Davis, F H Farrington, Charles Giltuor, R K Hawkins, F Halenton, Nancy Jones. C F Cornett, Win Donaldson, J V Estmaii, Lottie Gregory, Gun Gibbons, C II 2 Hayden, A J Herzig, Sam London, Michael Mav, Narcis Mason, Mary Mrs Megreer, John Mut'lin, Win u iiiarcus, s Murklev, A F Mattock, J L (en, Cluis A Owen, Margaret Richard, Isuek Smith, Joseph 2 Stanley, W W Sylvanus, J C Rev Sewdheim, J Skirvinn, Harvey Smith Fred Stevens, Sylvia Slonrls, Nalio Mrs Thomas, James Tie, Win Williams, L O Yotingblood, John When called for please s.iy when advertised. J. M. Bacon, P. M. Join L. C. ll'Udrli lniiu'a Wutclt Club, A $70 watch for $00 on payments of $1 ner week. These watches are not es pecially made lor club purposes out are from our own i-tock. We positively guarantee them hrst-class in every nar ticular. Fonts & Fuchs agents for Ore gon City of L. C. Hendrichson. 1-10 First Mieet, rortianu. Horseshoeing Remember that C. W, Porter is ready to shoe your horses in the finest style. Uon't torget tne place, buck of Pope s hardware store. All those finding undamaged ribbon will be suitably rewarded if they will return the same to the Oregon City woolen mills. Oh, What a Cough. win vnn lii.fd the warnlinr. The alg nal nerhniu of the mire approach of that more terrible disease. Conmiinplion. Arfk yoiiraelf If you can ttll'cird for lh aako of saving so cent', to run therik and do nothing lor it We know from ex .erlenee Ihal Shlloh a Cure will cure ....... 1 -... h it nvpT rwilfc. Thia exnlalea whv more than a Million Hotllea wereaold the part year. II relieves Croup and Whooping Cough at onre. Mnthers.do not be without It. For Lame Baek.HdenrCheat, u-w Slilloh a roroue riaaier. Sold by K. U. Caunelii a uo. ADVICKTO MIITHERS. Mas. WisotLow'a Southing SYaur. for children teething, la the prescription of one of the best female nursca and physicians in the United Slates and haa been used for forty years with never-falling success by millions of motnera lot heir children. During the process of teething Its value Is Incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, curea dysentery and dlarrhffia, griping in the bowels, and wind-colic. By giving health to the child it rests the mother. Price . a bottle. HThen Baby was sick, we fe ber CaatorK Wbe ahe waa a Chad, she cried for Caatorks, When six bocm Xisa. she dung lo Caalorla, Wbca aba had Chiklrem, she gave tttam Caasnrla. A NIECE OF ANDREW JACKSON. She Will at tho Death-Bed oftiie Hero if New Orleans and it Every Inon a Demicrat. , Mrs. Colonel A. Davidson of Nash', ville, Term., a niece of president An drew Jackson, hits been stopping at Ihe Llverniore house for several days. She is a duuglit tr of Surah Jackson, sister of Andrew Jackson, and is (17 years (,f age, and was at Ihe bed-side ol "Old Hickory" wcn bo died. Mrs. David son says her face bears n strong resem bluiico to that of her famous kinsman. and she is generally known herself in leunessee as "Old Hickory. mien she stands up before the person with whom alio is talking, looking him straight in the eye, she impresses one a bruve woman 01 strong, deter mined character and marked indi viduality, in whom the blood of tho Juckaous flows with vigor. Mrs. David son is tiroiitl of her illustrious hnullv and of her Southern birth and is every men a democrat, bho is neir to An Irew Jucksou's historic manor and resi denee. the ' Hermiluire." which will de scend without encumbrance to her two small ornhan erandch Idren, who are with a funilly neur ernonia, in 1110 Ae- balem valley, where their miner and mother (Mrs. Davidson's ilaiighlei) re cently died on a stock ranch they owned. She will take the children duck to t en nessee. Mrs. Davidson lias been a practising phvsician for over W years ami lakes a keen interest in nil public questions Her mind is a storehouse of historic in formation. In answer to Ifroiiuestion what she thought of the racs problem in the South eljo said that in Tennessee the whites hail never allowed the ne groes to put on any airs, but that tho likelihood was that, owing to the mach inations of the republican politicians, a race war would take place 111 the South which would result in the killing of tho negroes. They must be kept down. "The yankees did not want any negroes them selves," said she, ' but sold 'em to tho South, and then took em awav from us. It was South Carolina that wis to blame for secession, and if that state hud sunk in the bottom of tho sea it Would have been the best thing lor Ihe South. Mv folks have olten blamed me for saying that Jeir Davis should have been hung higher than Hainan, as Andrew threat ened to Calhoun when ho sent a mes senger from Washington to South Caro lina, in which he said that if ho did not desist from his efforts to nullify the nets of congress, 'by tho Eternnl.'bo would hang him higher than Hainan I' Had Jell' Davis accepted the proposilinn of Lincoln to tho South, -in .March, 18(i2, that the Sout hern people stack arms und pay half the war expenses of the North, we would have been all right. Geu. Lee accepted It but l'uvis woiihlu l. Hint act of his proved disastrous to tho South. But the old man .is dead and he has re ceived tlie reward for his deeds, what ever they may be." Mrs. Davidson says that ahe bus fre quently been a visitor at the White House, where her portrait hangs beside that of her heroic uncle. ITS liXC'lCLLUNTOtlAI.ITIKS Commend to public approval tho Cali fornia liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. It Is pleasing to the eye and to the taste, and by gently acting on the kid neys, liver and bowels, it cleanses the system cflcctuully, thereby promoting the health and comfort of nil who use it. School Rkport. The following named scholars, belonging to district No. 7, Ciirrinsville, wore ncitbcrjduient nor tardy during the month ending Febru ary 7: A in v Currin, Myrtle Young, Eflie Shankhind, Ollio Currin, Frances Cur rin, Jessie Currin, Agnes Currin, Nora Hale, Grace Smoot, Alice Snioot, Ar thur Williams, Hugh Currin, Dave Mathewa, James Mathews, Frank Sell mon, Edgar Heiple. II. S. Giiison, Teacl:er. The trouble between the Steamship Sailors' union nml tlie Pacific Const Steamship couumny of Sun Francisco, which assumed a threatening aspect last week, has quieted down. Agents of tho company slate that ihey propose to till vacancies with nil who may apply for positions, whether they nre union men or not. Oregon City Market Report. Wheat Per du, CHc. bulk wlthout aacka! Oats 3Sc fl bushel, with laeka. Flour - Roller, retail, $4 ; country, Eons '.lie Bcttek extra, 60c a roll Onions lo VEAL--7c dressed Chicekss old M; young J3 a dozen Heep On foot ai,c Mutton Wfet 60 SlllNOl.'-'s SOt thousand. La in loo poiiun. Hides Ureen. 4c: dry.Sr9i0en; one-thlrdoff lorcullert. Sheep pelts, tHftm May Timoiny, aai; ciover i.i Fkkp Hran, 115 SO; shorts. 119 80; chop 118; Pons Sides lOe. shoulders SAlUc, hoini Unite fresh, Se). dressed AI'I'I.es i-er nox. Potatoes I'er bn, $1 00 Cabbage and onions, l,'o Iter a H A(-AS -le H Ul IIrieii Fiiiiits Evnnorated atiBlcs 7c. plums 7e. prunes hohw, peaenes lac Turkeys r.'jje a pounu Combines the juice of the Blue Figiof California, o laxative and nutritious, with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human system, forming the ONLY PLK FECT REMEDY to ac gently yet promptly on the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND MV1 AKD TO Cleanse the System Effectual! yT SO THAI PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENG Naturally follow. Every out is e sing i; and all are delighted oh'i. As't ; druggist for SYKUP O? FiCS. :! .n factured only by the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Ci Sa Faxjrcisco, Cu t tociTii.t, Kr. V. Assignee's Notice. mfOTU-E 19 UF.KF.BY GIVEN. THAT H. R I MH'anrer haa maJe sn assignment lo n-e for the lieneflt of his creditors. All is-rami bavine claims against said H. R Mrl aiver will prewit them to me properly rerl flwt at Hie law office of C. Il A l. C. Latouretle. and p- rm ndetilcd In said II. K. MH.arrer are h.-n-!.v n.itineU lo pay 11 same ai once. lile. at OP-g.m ity. Oreg'oi. Feb l.ih. 190l W. W. MYKRS. Auignceof !I R. Mc"arrcr. iusotvent debtor. MA DUNG OR LADIES MIDDLE AGE If you have a bail llrralh, come and an ua. ere will tell you Ha cauae for nothing and cure you rtaaooahle. Pimpks, Blotches, Blackheads AND FRE0KLE9 RIMOVEO. BICK nXADACHlS, JttCVHALQIA And all kinda et Female DUeaaea treated and Curea Uuaranttcd. Coiiauliatlun Free. All lrttera auaarcred confidentially, Addreea, is it. Loin mini k silcicn Dismsm xt Second St., PoktloMD, Oa. The oldest Private Dlapcuaary In the tut CHAkLV.H W. &l Kill JOHK A. CONfKH. JAHKH C. MKKIIAN. CONFER, MEAD & MEEHAN, Dealers In Timber and Farming Lands, Town and City Property. OKKOON CITV.OIIKdON. Wo have ubo embed and examined choice tracts of government binds subject to home stead, p e-cmptliiii and llinln'r entry. In Wis consin, Mliiiit-Hoiu and MIcIiil'iiii we have had ample experience ill locating limber claims. VV. L. NUTTING, Attorney at Law, PORTLAND, OREGON. OFFICE : Rooms 11 & 12, Union Block, N. W. Coiner First nnd Shirk Streets Notice. THK FIRM OP KOniUNS & Hf'OTT, RUT flittrit Ht Mnlalln. hnvlnir aiHviilvcil 1 will tint be responsible for any coittrnru, hrefir. or ring (lie nrm umne. OLIVER ItCllIIINS. C. E. BROWN, Builder, Contractor, Millwright THIRTV YEARS' EXPERIENCE In Building all Kinds of Mills of Brick, Stone or Wood, and In Erecting ull Kinds of Machinery. Best of References. Plans and Specifications on the Shortest Notice. Address, C. 1C. II It OWN, Box gs, Oregon City. Or. J. W. POWELL, M. D.f PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Charman &. Co.'s Drugstore, Oregon City, Or. It. r.cuwixa. K. II. COWING. COWING & COWING, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. All cases before Ihe United Ptnlcs Laud OOlces a specliillv. hiidit ears hxperienee us ItcKbtcrill fulled States l.itud Olllce. OUi:iil)N CITY, OltiidON. -Ollli-c Iwo dours north of postoflice. J. M. BACON & SON, liEALKItSIN Books, Stationery, Notions, Choice Cigars and loDacco, Miscellaneous Goods, etc., etc Agent for American Ulblc Society. Postnfnce. Main street, Oregon City. IttapVI 2 Lots near Vis Schoolhonse. TWO LOTS FOR SALE, two minutes' walk from tho O -e'o i City public school Excellent location for residence. McCOWN & CO Northwestern Dispensary. DR. DU WWING, No 183 l'lrst Street, Cor. Vumlilll, Port land, Oregon. Regislercd Urnduutc, Most Successful Specialist and Largest Practice on the Pacific L'oat, All Nervous, Chronic and Special Diseases successfully treated. Medicine sent anywhere securely, pri vately and promptly. ADVICE FREE. Hours 0 lo 12, 3 to 0, anil 7 to 8. Send ten cents for hook, Good Now. for the Afflicted." Please mention this puper. FOR SALE, milOROUdlinRKf) IIOL--i Hti-hi-KrlcHliin bull. "Hong," No,:Hi. bred by H. Chapman Jr.. of Oueiila, HI., dropped Feb rnnrv l i. 1KHI: sired by Monte. No. liUI; dnm, Vlgu, No. Hiss. Hecurd of tians fer complete. ThoroiiKlilireil Jersey Hall. "Nero," No. 4fi02. droiped Sepieiiiber 20, lss; sired by (hdd bust 3d, No :.W; dual MillssaM, No . KI'J.I. liecorded III viilaiae II, Amerlcun Jersey Herd Uoux, Worcester Mass. Hald bulls can be seen on ('apt. Apperson's old farm, one mile east of Oregon city, mid tlicli services can be had at the barn, upon the pay nieiilof&S. Fur further information uddress, COWING & COWING, Oregon City, Or. REMOVED! The ("iiicngo Store lias been re- nuved to the ew Sell rum Kuildin?, Next Door to the Great Kastern Store, MAY & COOKE, Prop's A LARGE SUPPLY OF STAPLE AND FANCY C ROC'ERIES and CROCKERY TEAS A SPECIALTY. HAY, OATS, STRAW and MILL FEED Cash paid for Country Produce. t2TAII good delivered free of charge In every part of the city. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. XOTICK IS IIKKKIIY lilVKN Tff AT FOR THE piirrss-e of making an examination of all per sons who may olfrr themselves as candidates for teachers nf the schools of this county, the county school snisrhiteiidenl tlo.reof will hold a polilie examttiHtion at the courthouse In Ore gon i im , i laeaamas coumy. p-irrn, on reo marv fl.th. MS), cnnimeiifiiiir al VI M. Applicants is Uhinir to lake ibe examination for "tste diplomas will receive- "(we iitl attention on Thiosday aft--rnon and i riday, Fehruary Ti an-1 Da'ed Fehtnarr l- IS 0. AI.EXTIIOMSIOS. County Hchool tfnpt. of Clackamas County, Or. For Neat, Accurate Job Work Go to the COURIER OFFICE, at the depot, Oregon City. Children Cryfo Pitcher's Castorla. Y SKI (G51EAT REDUCTION IN ALL LINES OF GOODS AT The Great Eastern Store. ii'MllEk-. TO ALL CONCERNED. The business of I. Selling will be conducted under the name of the deceased proprietor, and all parties indebted to tho firm are requested to settle forthwith, as the affairs of the estate must be adjusted. E. S. WAKREN, UNDERTAKER. FURNITURE, WINDOW SHADES, MATTINGS, &c At very Low Offers, either Cash or on the Installment Plan. LAND OFFICE BUILDING, OREGON CITY. OREGON. rs. C ffl. 1j. KEEPS A LARGE STOCK OF Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware and Spectacles, AND rurt'linsers Will rind Prices Reasonable. mtaTal si sW OUR MOTTO, "Quick Sales, Small Profits." For the next 30 days we will sell goods VERY CLOSE, In order to make room for our Im mense STOCK of SPRING GOODS. We will show up some of the introduced into We have h first-class boot and shoo maker In connection with our store, who will do all kinds of custom work, also mending and rc-soling with neatness and dispatch. COMIC .A UNTO SEE US Oregon City Shoe Store, first door N0R,j,h!.,..1..I(,E Subscribe for THE OEGOUST COTJIIEIR,, Which Makes a Specialty of the Industrial Progress of Or egon City. Two ATTENTION, FARMERS AND STOCKMEN! IK YOU ARE IN NEED OF LATEST Improved HIGH-ARM SINGER Sewing Machine And OIla.Nccdlcs, Hells, etc , con stantly on linn I Cull Pino Prnnt Rlnvo (irpfinil lit the "ll" TUB WOIIK IS AM, HOMR-MADK AND tluAltANTEKD TO THE BUVKK. Fine BUGGY HARNESS and HEAVY STOCK SADDLES Made to Order. G-. E. HAYES, Attorney at law & Notary Public. Office opposite Courlliouse, OREOON CITY, OREGON. THE CLIFF HOUSE, PRINCIPAL HOTEL IN THE CITY, John Bittner, Proprietor. OKKOON CtTV. - - - OKEGOfl DENVER Omalia, Kansas City, Chicago, ST PAUL, ST. LOUIS. AND ALL POINT East, North South, OREGON CITY. W, fc. f RA'f T. - - Tlekt Ag.ait OV SALE JStiriiicisfcr, lllil finest goods that were ever Oregon City. E. J. McKITTUICK, Prop. Dollars a Year. A HARNESS or SADDLE, COLLARS. WHIPS, BITS, SPURS, CURRY' COMBS, UTiUSIIES, ETC.. ETC. AND K very thing usually Kept IN A I'irst-Clns Sinlillery St ra f!itv I,ur lu ooke liros.' I.lvei-y Nnibl. Woodburn Aiirsory, WOODBURN, OREGON. One and One-Half Million Trees. I rtlelt I'enr. (Uiiirrc M Anjou Penr. 20,000 Winter Nellis Peiir. 25,000 Rovnl Ann Cherry. 10,000 llhick Turlniiiiii Cherry. 25,000 Rnlilwin Apple. 25,000 Yellow Newton Pippin Appl". 15,000 Northern Spy Apple. 30,000 Esiipim Sphzeiiherg Apple. A LAKIIH HTOC'K OF OTHER VAK1ETI ES. Apples, I'rars, Cherries, I'lunis, Necta- rlD.a,Aprlnota, rrunesHiid J'eucheai Also Nut. Shade, Ornamental and Evergreen Tren. Flowering Shrubs and Vines. Bend for Caluloirue. Addreaa, J. H. SETTLEMIER, Woodburn, Oregon. The Commercial Bank OF OREGON CITY. CAPITAL f 100,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Loans made. Hills discounted. Mnkes col. lections. Hoys and sells exehanee on all points in the United Stales and Europe and on Hong Kong. Ilepnsit received snhjecl to check. In terest at usual ralea allowed on time des,slts. Hank open from 9 A. M.tos P. M.; SuMmlay evenings from 5 till 7 P. M. I. C. LATOl'KEITE, F. E. DONALflPON, President. Cashier. U.K. FEI.KL,31. 1)., Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. OFFICE vr STAIRS is BAN K BLOC K Over Wgrren'i Furniture Store.