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CITY AND COUNTRY,
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Una! MiiiiciK in (( Mir Una lor llrat; eeuia
par lluu lor gx'll aiihscuuent 'iiuirllmi. Address,
CiiIJ UIKH. Urv(-iii City, Oregon.
K. L NEWTON,
(Suumiwur to Htralght A Newtan,)
Staple and Taney Groceries,
Hay, Grain and Feel
(Jooils Marked Down iih Low as
CASH uroilK AT I'OltTLAND rttlCKS.
DELIVERIES MADE TO CUSTOMERS IN
ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
Make Your PURCHASES
The Comer Grocery, near the
A GOOD COUGH SYRUP.
There la nothing parents should be to cartful
bout as solccllng 'onli ayrup. htn' Cherry
Cough Hyrup roaii no more than the cheap and
Interior nostrums thrown on the market. The
boat la none too good; bp aura anil gut BK.UdS'
CI1KUI1V COUGH SVIU'I'. Wo keep It on hand
at at tluii-a K. (I. CaulleM & Co., DruggUta.
Pickles, 00 cents h keif, ut Green Bros.
A Word to llio Wise-Use Wrilit'H
Munio I'll" Ointment, Hint And
medium relief for tht worst rune. Never
fails. Sold liy Cliitriniiil & Co.
I. LoMuliieti, nireiil of Pucillc Firo In
surance Company a I Oregon City.
The lltiest line o( underclothing in
town ut Green Urns.
Tliuy nro Helling good blankets at
Green Bros, for R pair.
I.oiik-Ii''imI rubber limiting boots, nt
the lowest price in town, nt Green Bros.
LSnlliniriMMimt be undersold in ladies'
dress kooiIs mid iriiiiniii!
Yon can find all kinds ot wntclios and
clocks ut Mrs. Itiirineistor's jewelry
Oh what hniitlifnl teeth, will bo the
universal remark idler yon have Used
Cauliuld's Antiseptic Toollt Wash.
Prof. Kastman has a number of viows
of the flood of 18!H). Get a set of them
to save as a nieinento of ti e grout event.
A lar;;e stock of overshirts, nil prices
sad kinils, nt Green tiros.
Suppose you have "tried fifty reme
dies" for that coiij,'li, ImskineMs nnd sore
ness of the throat. Try Wright's Syrup
of Tar nnd Wild Cherry and yon will
have no more trouble. Sold by Char
man & C.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at
G. A. Hardintf's drug store.
Broken suits of men's clothing, way
below cost, at Green Bros.
Wastko Kvery farmer in Clacka
mas county to bring your Poultry to the
Oreirtm City market. Square dealing
and cash down.
Any person having a fine farm which
he wishes to exclinnao for valuable prop
erty in Oregon City should call on
Hayes St Wade, real estate dealers.
If you value tho appearancos of vour
stock use Wright's Condition Powders.
Full weight, first class materials. Try
them. Sold by Ciiarman & Co.
Tho Oriental has become a universal
favorite with tho traveling public, be
cause this hotel furnishes the best meal
in the city for 23 cents.
Horsmhoeintf Remember that C. W.
Porter is readv to shoe your horses in
the finest style. Don't forget tho place,
back of Pope's hardware) store.
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
mouth. Sold by Ciiarman A Co.
Can you read this print without
trouble? If not go to Mrs. Burmei.ter's
jewelry store and get a pair of spectacles
littwd with the scientific eve tesier.
W. R. Wade nnd G. E. Hayes
a co nartnersUli) to deal in real
estate. Those who have properly to Hell
in city or country should call on luein
Tim niintv school superintendent,
Alex. Thompson, will be in his office,
at the courthouse, on Monday and Sat
urdav of each week.
The Commercial Bunk has concluded
to keep open on Saturday evenings fioio
5 till 7 o'clock, for the accommodation
ot those depositors who cannot well call
during business hours.
Rave Money by using Wright's
Arabian Horse Liniinient. Removes all
callouses, lumps or blemishes, ttores
sprains, bruises and scratcbos. Sold by
Ciiarman A Co.
It is noteworthy thit whenever any
of our young men are in quest of a first
class meal they go to the Vienna Chop
Houso. This resort is rapidly acquiring
a reputation that places it in the front
Loss or lack of manhood, however in
duced, permanently restored by Dr. de
Freve, (alt'g in person) member of So
ciety of Physicians of France, late pro
fessor of surgery, (4 diplomas) well
known specialist for chronic and delicate
diseases of both sexes, consults free in
all moilern languages. Office, corner
Flrr nnd Pine streets. Portland; en
trance. Pine. Hours. 10 to 4 daily, 7 to
9 evenings. P. O. Lock Box 32.
Won.Wfnl virtue in Wrieht's K. K.
K. Horse Medicine. Don't fail to try it,
.ml von will find that vou have the best
horse medicine ever made. Sold by
Ciiarman A Co.
t !nrnnnters snd woodworkers will be
ideased to learn that Mr. J. H. Keating
th "hardware drummer," is coming
with the Gage Tool Goa "sell-setting
planes." Our dealers can now get Hum
iwmto liirinir in the country should
nnr miss the opportunity to have their
portraits taken by Prof. Eastman, a skill
ful Portland photographer, who has tem
porarily located his studio near the Cliff
house. He can take your picture nicely
any day, rain or shine.
The flood has subsided but we liae
not. Why will yon pay big prices for
clover and timothv seeds when you can
boy them at the bed fb -nt opposite the
post office f.T 7 and H'li cents, where
too can get your groceries) and cnxk.-ry
pt corresimr.diiiif i riet s.
OREGON CITY AND SUBURBS.
KUCCTIIIO CoNNKCriONH Madk. As
soon as the wuter had subsided, with a
row boat c illiicction was established by
mentis of it line between the lonesome
plant in the river of the W. F. Electric
Compiiiiy nnd the west side of the river.
With the line a cable wns stretched be
tween tho shorn and the building, from
which s broad board, braced with Iron,
was suspended. This serves us a cur,
seated on which one or two workmen
pull themselves to tho shore or back by
an endless line, which runs in a pulley
at both ends. The line men took rides
not few In this aerial contrivance
while strelchiuir wires from n frame
tanilimr It) feet liltfli on tho toof of the
electric light building to a tree on the
edge of the bluir straight across. Poles
were planted and the wires changed lor
this new Hrrantreuient, and on Friday
evening last, electric light was again
pumped to Portland.
Tim Junk Risk. United States Sig
nal Service Observer B. H. Piiguo is of
the opinion that the June rise of the
Wlllaiuetto will exceed that ot reuru-
ary. lie oases lils opinion upon tin) pre
vailing condition of thinx as regards
the amount of snowfall since the Feb
ruary flood Mr. Piikuo said the thaw
in robriiary has tuken oil a largo por
tion of tho snow hut the amount which
fell since the thnw is greater than that
which existed before, lie is preparing
a table of statistic", nnd finds that there
is more snow in the state nt. this time
than there lias been for many years
past. There has been a phenomenal
fall of snow durum the monlli, and that
on tho mountains was not in the least
affected by the recent thaw. It tho pre
vailing conditions continue to exist, the
valley may expect to see tho ureatest
floodln its history next June. Salem
Rkpairino Tim Locks The steamer
Modoc leaves early this morning for
Oregon City. At Frost's laudini! she will
take on lumber which she will deliver
at the locks nt Oregon Cily to bo used
in the tennir of the locks, which were
damaged by tho recent Hood. It w ill be
two weeks, or perhaps longer, before
the locks lire fully repiiired and ready
to operate. The work of repair will be
hurried, as the fleet of tho Willamette
is nnxions to he moving while there is u
Bood stage of water. Theru is much
freight waiting to be moved by the
boats anil when nsvigation is once more
open clear through there will bo great
activity along the river. Sttlrm Sinter
mini, Feb. !.1tl.
Eni.arokmknt ok tiik Pfi.c Mii.l.. Al
though the mechanical pulp mill is cap
able of producing about 28 tons of pulp
every 24 hours, nnd runs night nnd day,
it is entirely unable to injet the great
demand, nnd tho pulp company con
templates an increase in the size ot the
mill nnd penstock, nnd an addition of
half dozen water wheels aiM pnip
grinders. The flood has given tho Will
amette Pulp nnd Taper Uompany in
creased courage because they are con
vinced now that the scripture text is
true which says a flood cannot upset
a building founded upon a rock, hee
TitASspKit ok Wheat to Ai.iiina. -As
the Imperial mill will probably not be
able to grind until June on account of
the destruction of the basin nnd break
water, a steam engine was planted at
the foot of the warehouse of the
mill, and Sutiirdar morning the
elevator pulleys were attached to
it for the purpose of raising the wheat
from the lower bins to the floor on a
level with the railway track, where it is
sackod and loaded on cars for transfer to
the Albinn mill. The engine was run
continuously until late Sunday night,
and during tho week to air wheat by
elevating it from one bin to another.
Panels op Spotless French Platb
The largo open panels in the elaborate
railing of carved ninple and rosewood
that surrounds the counter of the Com
mercial Bank, have been filled with
panels of French plate ulnss of a su
perior quality, beveled at the edges.
The cluss is utmost as transparent as n
mistless, cloudless atmosphere nt noon
day, nnd considering tho elegance
throughout (lie banking room, the Com
mercial Bunk has now handsomer fur
nishings than any other place of bus
iness in the citv.
Dbstrittion ok Roads by Watbk.
Since lat week about 50 men have been
engaged in digging down anil shoveling
onto flat cars the dirt at tho foot of the
bluff near the depot at Oregon City. The
dirt is used to fill up the large hole
made by tho river m the bank, in front
of Mr. Lindsev's (arm, where the rail
road track, which hud been washed out,
has been temporarily transferred to the
county road. In several places between
this town and New Era the public rond
lias beea entirely swept away.
A St. Valentine Shindy. February
Ulh, a number of men ceb'hra'ed St.
Valentine's day nt Selie's saloon in O-
wogo. Thev became drunk and one of
tbeui assaulted and buttered an ol
man uaiaed Christian Grioes. who
works around the saloon. Sherman Neal
was accused of the offense nnd brought
before Justice Fonts. By jury trial Neal
was declared not tiuilty and the costs
were taxed up to tho plaintiff, whose
friends paid it.
Cannery on I'ii.es. 1 he ennnet y
folks expect to commence driving piles
for their two buildiugs (00x100, two
stories, and 40x52, one story) a little
above Green Point, this week Thursday.
The nreltv site on which Ihey intended
to build lias been demoralized iy the
river, on which thev will revenee them
selves by plauting the cannery squarely
on its nlv bosom.
The Union Laiior Meetinii. At the
union labor meeting on Saturday, the
nlntform adopted at Salem wns accepted
and the union labor party was merged in
the "union" purlv. Mr. Sccor wns np-
nointed permanent chairman and W. W
M vers permanent secrc'ary, and hereafter,
nerhsn-i. primaries will he held to be
succeded bv a convention which will
place a full ticket in the field
Qcery. Why is it that the city or
dinnnre is not enforced forbidding ad'
vertising placards on the city end of the
suspension bridge? Does tne county
contnd the part of the bridge within on
corporate limits or not?
Pay Yocr Taxes Until April 1st
! siipritT Samson will receive taxes, nnd
I aftei that dale they will become delin-
I nuent. Pay vour taxes without delay
.nd save costs.
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP
Is ftrlns aptendM mtiifa' llon to the trade and
the aaloe are positively msnrelona, whirh can be
aTeoonted for In no other wsy except that It la
without doubt the beat on the market. Auk for
and be nre J on get the Pennine. We keep IL
E. G. Ceufleld Co, Dni:jiu.
i BE CAREFUL
When you are obliged by sickness to take
medicines, that nothing but the purest
is used. There should bo no doubt in
your mind nt
p!ncc you will find the purest
E. G. CAUFIELD & CO.
make a cpeclalty of keeping nothing but
: YOU take :
no chances of getting adulterated or
Impure medicines there.
LOCAL NEWS ITEM 8.
Justice Fonts is quite sick,
Robert Potior was token very sick on
Annie Willison, daughter of Rev. Mr.
Willi ion, who now lives in Albina, died
of pneumonia last week.
On Friday six excelsior knives nnd a
liuler arrived from Tscoma for the new
Tho steamer Orient makes regular
trips from Salem to Cre,'on City every
Joseph Hedges on Friday finished re
pairing the Abernethy bridge which is
as staunch as before.
On Monday, March 3d, there will ho
chosen in every school district in tho
county one director and a clerk, to
serve (or tho next year.
Mr. Glasspool lost 00 feet of river
frontage by the flood. Piling has be
come nn imperative necessity to keep
Green Point inlaet.
Sinco the iron foundry nt Robertson
was washed into the river, that citv on
paper is 8 blocks smaller in urea. They
nre where McGinty is nnd his best suit
of clothes, In the soup.
As the present cold wenther will prob
ably freeze much fall wneat.spring wheat
for sowing will oon be in brisk demand,
and those thnt have a quantity of it on
bund nro fortunate.
The stenmer Three Girls is lying lnxily
on tho Canemnh road, waiting for the
regenerating of the breakwater, when
they will again get into the water up to
Largo nunntities ot heavy planking
nre coming from Portland for the W. F.
A L. Co., which are being used in re
building the wharf and repniring the
warehouse of the company.
About 2000 bushels of wet wheat,
sacked, were thrown on the ground
beside the Imperial mill warehouse,
where it spoiled. A quantity of wet wheat
was run into a water-hole underneath
nnd somo of it was sold to the farmers
Miss Hello Potter, second daughter of
Robert Potter, died on Wednesday eve
ning of lust week, at 8 o'clock. Her age
wns 30 venrs, 8 months and 15 days.
The remains were buried from the
Eniscoiml church on Saturday. The
floral olferings of the friends dearest to
her were beautiful.
The nUchlncry of Georeo Brougliton's
box factory was fished up by the dagos
at Clifton Island, 30 miles above Astoria.
These fisherman live in houses on piles,
nnd keep their wenther eye open for any.
thing valuable that floats down the Co
lumbia. They obtained a handsome bonus
tor catching the machinery.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Married, on the 25th, Anna Stucky
and Frederick Mushbarger.
Will II. Walker has opened a law
oflice at Tillamook, Or.
Thero was a grand ball at Milwnukie
on Saturday night.
Will anv one having a snare copy of
the Courier of February 7th please send
it to ''The Coi'ittEK, Oregon City r
Charles Snriiiir. heretofore salesman at
lie Imperial mill, returns to bis home in
McMinnville this week.
Minn Jnggar returned from the uni ver
ity at Eugene on Thursday to remain a
E. J. Swall'oid of Salem and his little
son ciimc uunu saiuniuy uu a suon visu
to his lu'Olhcr, James Swall'oid.
Mrs. Thos. Gibbs on Friday became
the mother of two little girls, 7)4 pounds
On the l"lh, Justice Fonts united In
... l. lll, f -!
marriage Alice .uotcan auu l. 4. wains,
cook at the Oriental hotel.
Sobriety and steady habits are the'r
own reward. Capt. Gioen, though ,1
wars of age. is still mora rugged than
uianv u man of 50 years.
On January 1st, ISO-). Charles Mooucy
lc hrated bis 103d birthday. He was
with Wellington in the battle of Water
loo. During the winter the old man has
been ailing nnd bus kept most of the
time to his bed.
Anv one having land business to at
tend to nt Oregon City should call on
Ma or Brockenbroiigh, the attorney at
that place. He is perfectly reliable. At-
The superintendent of the Census has
sent to the county treasurer a tabulated
circular letter, to be tilled out by the
dilferent county officers. If these officers
carefully execute their duty, our county
will make a good snowing in me nen
The progressive euchre club closed its
sessions on Tuesday evening last, in def
erence to tiie Lenten season. During
the winter .its meetings have been a
source of pleasure to the members, and
have been especially profitable to those
who drew the booby priies. On the
ruins of the euchre club a "drive whist"
club has been organized, which prom
ises to flourish as w ell as our late flood.
On Wednesday evening of last week,
at the home of The bride's parents, Rev.
Mr. Read united in matrimony Ruth
Ann Sykes and Charles Holmes. The
happy couple and a number of friends
and relatives w ho had been invited to
be present nt the ceremony, then sat
down to a wedding supper, the abund
d nice of delicacies and substantial at
which were, it is hoped, an omen of th
plenitude of happiness that will sweeten
he life of Mr. anil Mrs. H il mea.
We hare a tpeeriy and poaltlre Cure
tor CMarrn. Iilphlheria. Canker Mouth, and
II....I.A, h In HIHI.OH S CATARRH REMEDY.
A NW, IniM-tor fn-c with earn bottle. I'ae It
Ifrondealre health and aweet breath. Prk
Sut-eiils. Sold bj f. U. C ail field k Co.
When Baky was sick, w r CaatorU,
Wbea ahe was a Child, ah erled f or Caatorla,
Wbea ah became) Ktas, aba dimg 10 Caetorla,
ynn aha bad Children, ab. rara tba Car1a,
SATURDAY, March 1st,
Under the Auspices of Company "F.,"
First Regt. Inf'y O.N.G., of Oregon City
BILLY ARLINGTON, the Minstrel!
VI.IGIE BUNELL In "My Pretty Blue-Eyed
BABY ARLINGTON, the Child Elocutionist!
Oregon City's llest Home Talent.
Reserved seats 75c; General Admission
60c J Children 25c
Box Kheet open ut the Postofflce.
J. W O'CONNKI.L, T. P. R.INIUM, A. K.
rATTEK, UKO. r Ui'riS, J. A. auuws, uoln.
TOO F0N0 OF HORSES.
The Energelio Young Mart Who was Nab
bed by Sheriff Samsafi at Prinevllle.
On December 11th. a mare disappear
ed from the place of James Gilmore,
near Molnlla. Miorlly tnorealter, C. .
Dart was at Wbittaker s, where he
swopped a horse for G. II. Carter's
buggy and harness. Ho wns arrested on
the chiirgo of stealing the horse and had
a hearing before Justice llartmun of
Butt Crook. Dart hud his own horsu.
a now buggy and harness, and there be-
.. ..!.l.....n ha 'VaSl Vlaiiuu,!
1 1 1 ML Hi (to " v. . i. .. u . - . ,
Sheriff Samson being of opinion thai the
"buggy was the mare," the buggy wns
followed and traced to Carter's, whero
it was known among the neighbors that
a stranger had been swopping off a
horse. Twelve days after Gilmore s
horse bad disappeared, Carter returned
the horse ho bad obtained to Gilmore,
its identity having been established,
and swore out a warrant before Justice
Fonts for the arrest of Dsrt, on the
charge of horse stealing.
shenll Biiinson went to lygh valley,
Kelso, Wash., and Coburg, Lane county,
in quest of Dart, where he hits relatives,
having the reputation of liking to visit
his relatives, of which he bus many. It's
a soft job. Suinson notified every sheriff
in Oregon to cutcli JJart, and six weeks
ago lie learned that he had been ut
Lakeview, Lake county, Or. There he
borrowed n timepiece without the con
sent of the owner, for which act he was
allowed to condone with cash, us the
jail was 00 miles distant and the snow
too deep for pleasant traveling. 1 he cold
suddenly became too severe at Lakeview
for Dart and he went north to Crook
county, a southern course being impos
sible on account of the snow. He
stopped ut a rancbe 15 miles from Prine
vllle, where he obtained employment as
a breaker of bronchos.
The shorifr of Wnsco cuunty tele
graphed Sheriff Samson on the Itith
where Dart was, and on the 17th burn-
son left for Prineville which lie reached
by stage, where he found his man in
jml. At Cross Keys and Jinke Uvon,
Sninson slept with Durt, having his
left hand manacled to Dart's right hand,
and nn Friday, the 21st, he and Dart
walked nenrly all day through the deep
snow, the fierce wind of the Italian cli
mate of the Inland empire biiing their
faces. Dart was sometimes 60 yards
ahead of Samson, but as the hitter's re
volver was ready and the waste of snow
all around, and no humnn habitation
anywhere, running ofT was impossible.
Bo'th were tuckered out and ravenous.
Sunday the sheriff nrrived with the pris
oner and placed him in theijiuLat Ore
The writer visited C. . Dart in jail
and found him to be a modest young
man, not at nil "stuck up" on account
of the notoriety he has acquired. His
dark-blue eyes gaze at you with the
guilelessness of the big-eyed cherubs
that the "old musters" put on cunvus.
His chestnut hair is somewhat curly,
his cheeliB nro fair and ruddy, and his
manly, wiry lorm seems well adapted to
sticking close to the back of a bucking
broncho. He has the reputation of lik
ing both horses and women "wonder
fully well," and seemingly it would not
be difficult for a hoidenish girl to fall in
love with such a comely chap. He was
in the pen heretofore on the charge of
hofso stealing, and shot a neighbor's
bull and stole a cow and played other
sueli boyish pranks But Charley claims
to be n model young man, tit to climb
the golden stairs.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
John Myers to Hank of Oregon City,
lot and building adjoining the bank on
its south side; $7500.
Mariu M Lenta to P A Daily, lots 3, 4,
of sec 9, t2s, r3e, 4Sas;5O0.
Henry Samson to W W II Samson, s
w of "so M of sec 2, 1 5 s, r 1 e, 40 us ;
0 I & S Co to Kmile Chagnot, lot 0 in
blk 21), 1st add;
F S Peake to Johanna Kepp, lots 1,
2, 3, 4, and nei of sw'i of sec 18, t 2 s,
rlie, llll.5 as; IL'(I0.
J B Denrdortrto J Iiiickmaii, G4 ns in
SJi-sL'ti, :, t J 8, r 2e;180U
John W Draper to G li Hargreaves,
lots 3, 4, in blk 12, Canemah ; f'JOO.
liond for deed.
11 I Stone to T Rynlls nnd A Snover,
s'.j of nw '4 of sec 23, 1 1 s, r 4 e, 80 as ;
J rleming to Wallace Shnrrack, ne 'A
of ae x4 of se4 of sec 14, 1 4 s, r 2 e, 10
as ; $40.
O 1 i: S Co to J ilohenleiter, lots 13,
14, blk 49, 1st add ; $720.
W Armstrong tu T WygantJH.80 as
in sec 23, t 2 s, r 1 e, west side $:I000.
P M Kinearson to W F Hubbard. 15 08
as of Kinearson claim ; $2230.
O I & 8 Co to Mrs M C Wells, lot 9 ia
blk 30, 1st add; $300.
Harriott I liompson to I r Kandull,
lots 1. 2. in blk 3, lots I, 2, in blk 5,
Win Holmes add; $1(KK).
C A Krnglund to Mary E liarlow,
undiv 18 in nw U of sec 1, t 4 s, r 1 e;
WHAT A FORTUNE
la a good, healthy, pearly akin. Few are aware
of the ahort time It takes for a dlaordercd liver
to cause blotches on the face, and a dark, greasy
akin. One bottle of UElifiS' BLOOP PURIFIER
and BLOOD MAKER will restore this organ to
its natural and healthy atate, and cleanse the
blood of all Impurities ft li meeting wllh won
derful aucceas. We guarantee every bottle.
E. G. Cauflcld at Co., Dnigglata.
Oregon City Market Report.
Wheat Per bii, Sc. bulk wlthout aackal
Oats 3sc r1 biisliel, with aacka.
Floci- Roller, retail, H ; country,
Biitteii extra, 60c a roll
VeaI 7e dreaaed
CHitiRsa Old W; young $3 a doten
Brer On foot?sc
Muttos IJf5? :o
8HioL?a 1 M t thouaand.
I..n Iftj. DOUllfl.
Hides Gren. 4c; dry, sa)IOr !; sne-thlrdoff
forculled. Sheep pel".
Hat Tlmolhr. tJO: clorer Hi
Vitt FrKO None in market
Pork Sidea lor-, shoulders a)10c, hamt lla12e
fresh, he i d reused
Am.r Per box.
Potatoes Per bn. f I 00
f al.b'jge and onlona. le
Rt-TAB ua1' a re
Iisieo FaciTa Erapnrated apples Te, plants
7c. prunes WH-. peaches 12c
Turkey. Ui,r a pound
ON FHillll'AHY aiMT, 1S!), TIIK KIRM Of
lli'iitli-y U illlnma illnaulvi'd, l.y K. I. Ilent
leyaellliiit tils two-thlrda iutir"at In the Krocerv
nnd prnvUloii liiiHliifHN tu K. K. Wllllitina. K. K.
Willlnllia collilllllea the hll-liieaa, who will tlnl
lo t all ainuunla due and pay all llnlillllli'a.
ft I,, IIKNTI.KY,
K K WILLIAMS.
IHi!ltKWmi NOTIFY TIIK I't'IlI.lfT THAT I
will not h rt'Niioiialtile for diba i-oiitruuted
by any other pvituii ur lu'rwina hi mv nanu-.
rn-Aan, uiiops-m uii.r.n.
Mink, Or., Feb. '21. 1hi.
MY WIKK, I.YDIA I), IKlWl.F.TT, HAVINO
left my bed and Isiard without Jml cune or
KniviM'Htlon, 1 hereby warn a'l pcrftona aKsluat
arlKiriin: or Iriihthni her on mv aecoiiut. aa I
will not bo ruauoiiailila for any debla ahe msr
eonlrsct. JOHN N. HOWl.fcTT
EiiKle Creek, Or., Fol-riiury 111, IMKt.
ciun.Ka W. Mrn.
John A. Confsk. JankhC. SIkbiiah.
CONFER, MEAD & MEEHAN,
Dealer In Timber and Farminp Lande,
Town and City Property.
We hnve nl.o crulned and examined choice
traets of Ki'verniuvnl lauda aulijeet to homo
atcHd, p c-vniptloii and Umber entry. Ill Wla
conalii, Minnesota ami Mlchlicnti wo have had
ample experience ill localiuii llmlwr cluluia.
W. L. NUTTING,
Attorney nt Law,
OFFICE : Rooms II & 12, Union Block,
N. W. Coiner First and Stark Streets
THE CLIFF HOUSE,
PRINCIPAL HOTEL IN THE CITY,
John Bittner, Proprietor.
ORF.flON CITY. ... ORF.llON
If you hnve a had llrrath, come and aee us.
we will trll you iia cauac fur nothing and
cure you reasonable.
Pimples, Blotches, Blackheads
AND FRECKLES REMOVED,
SICK J1KADACBE, XXVBALOIJ.
And all kinda of Female Dieeejea treated
nd Cures Guaranteed. Conaiiltatlou Free.
All letters anawered confidentially.
ST. LOIIS MEDICAL t Sl'EfilCll lismsill
act Second St., Poutlaud, Oa.
The oldest Private Dlapeniary la the Stat
J. W.POWELL, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN' AND SURGEON.
Office at Charman & Co.'s Drugstore,
Oregon City, Or.
T. ?. COWINO. E, II. COWINO.
COWING & COWING,
ATTORNEYS' AT LAW.
All cases before Die United Platen I.nnd Olucca
aPpeclnlly. Klj-lit lcnra KXierleneo aa
Ht'Kisterin United Stales Laud Ollieu.
ORF.UON CITY, OREdON.
f-Office two doom north of poatofllce.
J. 1YI. BACON & SON,
Books, Stationery, Notions, Choice Cigars
Miscellaneous Goods, etc., etc
Agent for American lllble Society.
Postnfllce. Main street. Oreiion City. Iiisp'g
2 Lots near tlis Scnoolhonse.
TWO LOTS FOR SALE, foo minutes'
walk from thu Oregon City public school
Excellent location for residence.
McCOWN & CO
DR. DO WING.
No 181) First Slri el, Cor. Vmnhlll, I'ort
Registered Onulimle, Most Successful
SpecinlUt mill Lnrguat l'rnclice on the
l'ucillc Const, All Nervous, Chronic
nnd Spcoinl Oiseuscs successfully t rented.
Medicine sent nny where securely, pri
vately nnd promptly. ADV1CH Fit KB.
Hours 0 to 112, Si to (I, and 7 to 8. Mend
ten cents for hook,
"(lnoil Newa for the A filleted."
I'lease mention Hi Ik paper.
Tho Chicago Store litis been re
iiKved to the .New Sell rum
Next Door to llie Orent Knstern Store,
MAY & COOKE, Prop's
A LARGE SUPPLY OF STAPLE AND
FANCY OHOCERIES and CROCKERY
TEAS A SPECIALTY.
HAY, OATS, STRAW and MILL FEED
Cash paid for Country Produce.
tfTAII goods delivered free of charge in
every part of the cily.
VOTlOK IS IIKItKBV GIVKN THAT M. B,
11 Whlllitf.lr hi. mtiil,. un aslnniient In the un
Hprwltfiioil fur thi licnclltfif hi.r cri'dltora. All
Demons llavlua: rlaimi anainsi aain w. a. ii-
lm k will hn spnt tli. ni U lion pnnsriy vi-mien
at the real cstnle ollii eof Kyan A Katiilnll, and
perwina Indebted to said M. II. Wblllnck
herehy untitled to pay .sine at onee.
Dated at Oregon (;lty, r Kel. il, iwal.
TIIO-M.VS F. ItYAW
Assignee of M. B. Wiiitik . Insolvent Debtor.
1IOT1CK 18 IIKHKBY GIVES. THAT II. R,
11 Mcl'arvcr has ma.le an asalKlliiielit tu nie
lor the benefit f hl ereditora.
All aerMina having claims aKiiinst said II. R.
Mrl'arver will pre.ent them to me prnsTly verl
Aed at the law ollice of C. II. A li. I.', hatouretla.
and person, ndebted to said II. K. Mi i 'arver are
herehv notified to pay the same at once.
Dated at Oregon Ity, Oregon. Feb I'-th, ls0.
W. W. M YF.lt H,
Assignee of H. R. Met'arver. Inaolvent debtor
VOTICF. IS II F.RKHY GIVEN THAT FOR THE
-"purpoteof maklns; an exsmination of nil per
sons who may offer tliemelves as randidatea
for learhera of the sehofils of this roilntr, the
county whol siifs-rliitendent thon-of will hold
a pilblle eaamination at the eonrtlMSlM. In Ore
gon ( llv, l larkamas county, Oregon, on Feb
ruary -jtlth, Isiai. cinimeiirlTig at 12 M.
Applicants al.hlnr to take the examination
for "tale diploma, will receive rerii,i attention
on 1 hiiraday afl -rmion and rrhlay, February 27
i jis'ed rebrnarr i.i, is u.
A I.F.X THOMSON.
I County School Supt. ofClackaraaa t'ounly, Or.
IN ALL LINES OF GOODS AT
The Great Eastern Store.
TO ALL CONCERNED.
The business of I. Selling will be conducted under
the name of the deceased proprietor, and all parties
indebted to the firm are requested to settle forthwith,
as the affairs of The estate must be adjusted.
E. S. WAKREN,
FURNITURE, WINDOW SHADES, MATTINGS, &c
At very Low Offers, either Cash or on the Installment Plan.
LAND OFFICE BUILDING, OREGON CITY. OREGON.
Mrs. C. flfl. L.
KEEPS A LARGE
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,1
Purchasers Will find
"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 finest goods that were ever
introduced into Oregon City.
We have a. first-class boot and shoe maker In connection with our store, who will
do all kinds of custom work, also mending and re-soling with neatness and dispatch.
COMB A.2STD SEE US
Oregon City Shoo Store, """""""WU
THE OIEIEGrOlsr COTJIRJilEIR,,
Which Makes a Specialty of the Industrial Progress of Or
egon City. Two
ATTENTION, FARMERS AND STOCKMET.!
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF
Bells, etc , con
stantly ou huml
.he Blue Front Store, Oregon
w - laM. I ml I BE I ;
TIIK WtlllK IS ALL HOME-MADE AND GUARANTEED TO THE BUYER.
Fine BUGGY HARNESS and HEAVY STOCK SADDLES Made to Order.
I Wmmm ON SALE
Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago,
GT PAUL, ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINTS
East, North South,
W. K. rilATT, - - Ticket Agent
ril II o R O I' O II B R E II II Ok-
stein Frleslan Bull, "Hong."
No. will, bred by H. Chapman
Jr.. Ml Oneida, III., dropped Feb
niarv li. IshI: sired bv Monte.
No. M: dam. Viga. No. IONS. Record of trans
Thoroughbred Jersey Bull, "Nero," tfo. .
dropped September 2u. It; ircd by Gold Dust
ad. No 'SMI; ilam Milisna IM. No KCSI. Recorded
in volun.e II. Ainerleaii Jersey Herd Book,
Hald Bulla ran be seen on Capt. Appnreon's
old farm, one mile cnt of Oregon city, and their
services ,-an be had at the barn. Uhiii the pay
ment of Fur further liiionnaiiou addreaa,
COWING A COWING, Orcuon City, Or.
E. J. McKITTKICK, lM-op.
Dollars a Tear.
City, ,,"nr, Vuuk' K,.w.
One and One-Half Million Trees.
54,000 Bartlctt Pcnr.
12,(KH) Heurre 'd Anjou Poor.
20,000 Winter Ncllis l'citr.
25,000 Royal Ann Cherry.
10,000 lilnck Tiirliirinn Clierry.
25,000 Unldwin Apple.
25,000 Yellow Newton Pippin Appl".
15,000 Nonlicrn Spy Apple.
30,000 Ewpus bpiizciihcrg Apple.
A LARGE STOCK OF OTHER VARIETIES.
Apples, I'eara, Cherries, I'lmil., Neetw
rlnwa, Aprleota, I'runea hihI I'euchesi
Also Nut, Shade, Ornamental anil Evergreen
Trees. Flowering Mi rubs and Vluea. Kelid for
J. H. SETTLEMIER, Woodburn, Oregon.
The Commercial Bank
OF OREGON CITY.
CAPITAL f l(0,oon.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
!ana made. Rilla discounted. Mules col
lections. Buys and aells exclialige on all poluta
In the Untied States and Kuroie and on Hmif
Kong, lleposlta received subject to check. In
terest at usual rales allowed on time dcpoftlts.
Bank open from A. M.toi Y. M.; euMirday
eveninga from Still 7 V. M.
D. f. LATol'RKTTE, F. E. DOSAI.PWN,
II. E. FEUKLN, 31. D.,
Homeopathlo Physician and Surgeoi.
OFFICE vr STAIRS is BANK BLOCK
Over Warren's Furniture Store.