Oregon courier. (Oregon City, Clackamas County, Or.) 188?-1896, August 18, 1893, Image 3

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CITY AND COUNTRY,
OKK09N CITY, At fillXT IH, ID' A.
Tarm. of MubririiiioM,
S lisl. Copy, on year, In advance, 'I (H
Nluajl. Copy, ! minimi, In advanc. I IK)
Local iiollmia lummts iwr Una liirrtrH:". ronlt
Purlin tor ninth aiiliaa-iiiiitiil Inaertioii Address,
I.-OUIIIKU. Oregon Illy. Oregon,
EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Judys
Clerk nf Courts, .... ,,
Nli.rllT,
U dOltl,,
Trwwuit r,
Awafliir,
rVliu.,1 Niip'rllitiunlHlt,
Hurvsyor,
Iliiruiisr,
ftiirfillllasiiiiiars
, i. W. l -lil i iimi
Um, V. Iliilliliiii
. (I W 1
ii hi. mm.
J. (). WriliorH
, J. C. Ill mlli.;
n. n Hit
. Killing Hiuylli
II I, lloltnsii
I lllt-l.anl 1H11I
Ccirli.lll Hair
UIIKIioN CITV OVVWV.M.
Mayor, , , , .
Il.-a.iniiir, . . . ,
t'lllrf uf Pidlos,
AMMMir, . . ,
Tnawurnr
C'lly Altoruay, .
Htr. I 'uailulaalilir,
Mup't of Water Wurka,
4 ity KiiiiiiMr, ... wdiior Smyth
uiiviiiiirn ii, i. niMnKiii, jr.. ii. n. nniy, u. n
Urmiimaii, W. A. Whit, i. J. ('..ike, J. W. O'l'on.
null, J. U. Piirlsr ali.l T. V. lUmlall.
Council niMU II ml Wnlusaday uf sacli month.
T. W. Sullivan
I.. I,, purler
J. H. I'nrtliirn
J K. ItlllHIll
...K.J. Umla
.. II. K. Croaa
....I'. HiiIhtk
W II. Unwell
CHUHCItlCS.
Kind Congmgailunal Church-llnv. M. Uuiighrrty
Paatur. Services II a. ui. arid mill p. ni. Sunday
Hehiiul aftr tuurnlug service. Prayer Meeting every
WedunwUy evening at M:IHl p. rti. Prayer Meellnavif
Y. I'. S. C. K. awry Hunilay evening at tlifitl prompt.
Viral Dapllal Church Rev. Oilman Parker I'aaliir'
Muruliig Henri III Hunilay Srluail U:Vi; kvenliif
Hervlc. US): llegular Prayer Meeting Wednesday
tvenlng. Montlily f'uvenanl Heeling every Weduv.
day .veullig precvVdllig Ural Sunday III llieinulilh.
Ml. Juhn'a Church, flalliollc-ll.v. A. Illllaliraiitt,
Pastor. (In Hunday, Mnas at a and 10:10 a ni.
Kvcnr Stimuiy Ueriuan Hrmun after H o'olnck Mass.
At all utlier Maaeea Kugllah Hennone. Hunday School
:au p m. Viaus-rs, Alugetlcal Subjects aud lien
dlclinn at 7:3n p. ni.
HailnidUt Kiacopnl Cliurrh Iter a. Bikes, I'nator.
Horning Service at II; Sunday School at'U:l; levell
ing Hervios at M -.IN). Kpwurttl League Meeting Hun
. day .veiling at 0H)s I'niyer Mwllng Tliumda avmi-InjalKOU.
Viral I'maliyterlnn Cliuroh,
.' PaUr. Kervlcaa 11
Molmol Ida. in.
eaenlnit at 6::u.
: H:i. rkau frva.
Rev. O. W. GIlHiner.
and a Ml D. in. Bnlilulli
Y. V. 8. 0. K. n la every Miimlay
I'myer lleeilriKWedniwIay evening
kvangellcal llnmli, Oernian A. Kriml, Paatnr.
Preai'liing Harvioea every alternate Huiiilay 11 a. In.
and 7 i p. ni. f ahballl 8( h.il every etiilliluy 10 a. III.
(J. llarrlalxrger, Hupt.) Weekly Prayer Meeting
very Weduivlay vvenlug,
United Hri'lhren Cliurch.-Rev. P. B. Wllllaina.
Jaatur. Hiirvleea flrat and third tfiinilay iiiurlilnira
and Ilia preoeeding Hatlirday night In earli munlli at
uregun i ny il a. in. ami 7 u. in , i
lav afteruunn ofeaeh mimlh at Kail) View.
, and Ilia flrat Hun-
J I'-I'aa. Mllliiill I'llllllly lll I'fllHI'rH
tya Hit Uiti mmui, aiTin lit ntVr II"
four n( lin liruHiHl n-ri ri'luxinn hIIhu of
in in Lti t'cniH. Al h.ntfi'iic 117 lull Imve
bri.iiunt I.')ii iih. 'J liu Mi-i'kt'rat'HtiiiiHtp
H'iibIiiiiuI.,ii'h Iiiiii i n i Hi ,'HI IKW
Imlon hihI Oii'gHU'x hi ;ii,ihi. .luiiii'H
f' in t. iiiii-hiiy 1. 1 I lie Kinu (ii iniy,
Wunll , Hillilil'iiM'frx' .Wxin'lllllOI .HIllll'H
limn mi uvt rniiii uf not limit) tliiiu (XK)
IhiiiihIh .i i Hi'it1 i iiii Im' f Xii Clou cii iIii
"I I'M. Jlil i HIIIIIHII'N lIllll Hill iT.il li(
llm l.'nlli'il Hutii'M iliini nr imiv i.iii..iimI
lu :0,(o0 biilt-g na uifiiim t '.I'M tK)0 bnlva
IiihI yenr. 1 Im KiiuiihIi ti()i im txp cli-il
lu lull hliiiri i, hi;- lui.uuil t'wt . nml tin
flop in (iiTimiiiy ia hi no lii'tli-r leiliilivt)
I'noililiiiii. In .'h Yule, l,uytrii uiu
iryliiu i,i i-tjiii nii-t ui l'ii I'lMiik l.Hi ili.il
tew w liriH ni Unit nruf. In WiiHlilnif
It'll II.UIiV 01 I llll UlilWl M III!) rOlllrilCtlllt
III ) rfiiin, nllliinigli lliu Imiiilit mlo to
now lurk in i.nly ' itihh .ur ioiiii(l.
Uiulur lliu riiciinwliuiiva. Mr. Unit liti
lii'Vi-H iliut U Hit) moH'fciM ni lliu I'uuillu
cottht were uh llioroiiijlily orumtizi'tt hh
iiioeu ni isuw Voik llicy voulil tt-ailily
ci.ntract nt 18 teiitH. The umbucIuiIum
uf which lie in aecri'tury, Iiuh received
Hern of 18 cent fur linim for which U
eenlH wna (lie bunt oiler hIx weeks aao.
few wiles of bong have been ruuuried
at Sn Im Kuhh, CiiI., at priceit raiigiiiK
Irum 18 to 23 eentB Htr iuilliil.
A KKLATIVR OK WANHINtiTON IN OllK-
noN. It In not a multer of uiicdniinon
iiilerunt tlmt Kbenczer liuriteBi) Hull, (ho
nuareHt living relulivo of I'reaident
lieorue WaHliiiitfton, In an Oregon pio
neer. When drcHHeil in tliu iiiiifurm of
tliu WHnliinulon CiinliiiuntiilH. lliu
aluttily obi cuntluniaii liearn a Mlrikinir
reauoiblannu t the ' hatlier of lliu
Country." Mr. Hall wait bum in Vir
trinia and liia Kruniliiiother wan Francis
WaMliliiKlon, a daughter of (Jul. t buries
WaHbiiiaTlon, tliu onlv full brutlior of
(ieorg-e W'acliinnlon. Ilia Kriiiiilfalht-r
on the palurnul skio whm L-o. UuruuaH
Bull, HrHt coiihiii of Mary Kali, moitiur of
WuHliinirtun. Tim privilege winch lie
enjoya of huIIIiik cixnra, Btutionury and
other Hinall articleH in tliu pennion ollice
at WaHliiiiL'too wn Rttcnreil of linn
under I'rcMiilont Cleveland's firat ail
inlniHtratioii by CoiiureHHiiuin Uenii inn
of Oregon, in whose district he lived for
many years. J Ins privilei;.) allortU him
a living.
IlKN'a Opinions. Oiii fnrnmr ininuina
live fellow clilzen. lien Newimin, h one
of lint HHHI Idle men of I'oilliind. (In
Tnemliiv llui.n he ant on tin plux I I'hil
furiii and ck liiin l his u'uiinr view
or knot nf HkiIchn Halm fa. Mi)'tiirp
auo. he ays, he la-nun livhu Mwitrnlny
totioi a tireei'iits in. act I'Tlh III Hie JlH'li
and IiH-n't hi t ii viclt a day elmv mnt
nut taken a h.t of medicine, lien iniieii
In ndd Hint Ida tun r child died ni"
hla ulleiiilil lo retnie hel Willi leeliel
intii iealion. lie i liol liellevu Hint
Mrs U'llliama shows lo e! seine in try
inu lo drive a leilin of ilevils mil id Hie
cryinu child hi in licr imiiciiI. A bait
uf pea n ii ; a would he ihemnel i llli'iiciiniH.
a
C T. WiNKKKTTis II Practical innlm
taker He Is now inakintr II a special
bilsint'ss. lie Is alao a iirnellcsl em
biilim r as nil ho have had hia Kervices
can Icitiiy. He keeps the tno'i exien
sive stock of fiixkel. canes and cnlline
aouili of Portland, and aUi ii very line
(jrade of eh it h covered ami metallic
work. The cnnkels and Collins are
ready trimmed so that perming (ruin a
distance can.hu Immediately hcc'iiiiiiio
dateil. Trices to suit these hard, dull
times, for I will not be undersold.
Come and see fur youi selves when oc
casion recpiires. tSaine old place, next
door to Itoako's machine shop.
C. 1. WlNESKTT.
t'lirlatlaii Clinrch llev. P. T. Stanley, Patnr.
rMrvloea every Silmlay 11 a. ni. at slilvely'i Hall
Preaahliig aeound and funrtb Sunday In each uiuutli,
HI. Paul'a Churrll, Kplnr.il-llev. J. A. Eckalnnn,
paalur, Henicea atery Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7 ill)
p. ui., and rrlilay avening at 7i p. in.
SOCIKTIK9.
Falla City IikIki. el A. U. It. W.-Mita every
onil and fuuith Krldny evening of earli month In Oild
Kellowa' building. All adjourning brethren cnnlialiy
luvitod loattenil. D. I'Hurlold. II. W. Ueo. Calllf, lieu.
Pig Irou Loilge, Nn. X, A. 0. U. W.-Jleeto every
j nunaiay evening at unn reuow a mill, oaweiro.
Vlaltlng brelhren alwnya welcome. J. U, CiimpUdl,
n . w. n. mrauaa, nee.
Hulalla Loilgo, No. 40, A. 0. V. W. Meeta flrat and
nam suiumuya in eacn uioutii at school iioiiae,
Vlalllug niembera made welcome. T. 8. Sllpp, Bl.
W. J. V. lliumaa, nec.
Oavel Ixidge, No. M, A. 0. tt. W. Meet! aecoud
ami third Saturday avenlngi at Knlglit'a Hall, Caiiliy.
Vlaltlng lirolliera made welcome. O. h. Uarlow, M.
W. W. 8. Urllible, Km.
Clackiunaa Ixnlgu, No. 57, A. O. V. W.-Meela flrat
, anil third Mondnya in each monlh, at Slrite'a Hall.
Vlaltlng lirelhreu welcome. S. Ilolcomli, M. W. C.
K. 1'eaae, Ueo.
Sunrlae Loilge. No. 4.1, A. 0. It. W.BIeeta every
aecond and fourtli Satunlay of each month at Wlf.
itonville. Oregon. Max Scholpiua, II. W. C. T.
Tooe, H"e ,
Or! m l.ialge, No. .1, I 0. O. F MicU every
Thuraday ....ningat 1:'M o'clock p.m. In the Odd
Pel Iowa Hull, llalll atreet. MemlH-ra of the Order
re invited lo attend. Ueorge U. Kly, N. 0, Tlioa.
Kau, 8eo.
Fall! Encampmenl, No I, I. 0. O. F. Meeta find.
an4 tblnl Xaaadaya of each month at Odd Kellowa'
Hall. Mtfmbetaaud vlaiting patrlarcha cordially In
vited to attend V. II. Howell, Chief Palrlnrch
J. A. Stewaat, Scribe.
f .w.vc U. ik. No. Kl, I. 0.0. F. Meeta at Oclrl Fel.
low a Hail, oawegj, every Satunlay evening. Vlaltlng
hieOiren nnule weicoma. ti. W. Pruaser, N. 0. J.
F. UMeJ, Sec.
Multnomah lai (e, No. 1, A. F. A. M.-Holila Its
rniiulu- c .inTiiuiiii'atlona on flrat mid third Haturdaya
or each timnlti .l '10 p. m. Brethren In good aland
log are luvlt.J tj attend, I.. L. Porter, W. M.
T. If. Hyaii, Sec.
Waiicl.eno L. No. 13, I. 0. K. M.-Meeta Wed
nesday .,'euinir at rruory Hall. Vlaltlng lueltlbera
oo.uully ln.iid. A. J. lluxard, C. of K. C'harlea
Kelly, Sachem.
Meade Poat, No. !, 0. A. R , Department nf Oregon.
Meeta flrat Monday of each month at K. ol P. Hall,
Oregon i'lty. Vlaltlng comrades niaile welcome.
David McArthllr, Com. J. P. Sliaw, Adj.
uen, urooa i oai, no. -a. u. a. n., if,pannieui oi
i Oregon. Meets lu achool nouae at Needy on flrat Sat
.urdaylueach month al 2 o'clock p. m. All coin-
radea made welcome. Jacob Hpogle, Com, J. Kur
, atader, Adj.
Meada Relief Corps, No. 18, Department of Ore
t gull. Meela on flrat and third Frliiaye of each month
,inK. of P. Hall. Membera of corpa from abroad
.ourdlally weicoineil, lira, II. M. Charninll,. Prea.
. Mra. K, L. Cochran, Treaa. Mra. J. B. Harding, Sec.
Horn of Veterana, K. D. Baker Camp. No. 18-Meela
tfirat and third Thuraday eveniuga ol each month. K.
.S. Cull IT, t'apt. B. S. Bellomy, let Lieut. U. O.
Wood, -!A Lieut.
Achillea Lodge, No. 3, K.of P. Meeta every Frl
Jtay night at the K. of P. hull. Viailiiig klllghta
ilnvited. I'haa. Albright, Jr., C.C J. K. Ilhodea, K.
HUB.
C.inhy Ialge, No 8114, t. O. 0. T.-Meeta Oral and
third Sutunlay oveninga at Knight'a Hull, Cauby.
Vlaltlng mcmbera alwuya made welcome. H. C.
Ollliuore, W. C, T. Millard Lee, Sec.
F Comiauiy, Flrat Ref ., 0. N. O. Armory, Third
and Main, liegular drill night, Monday. Itegular
tatsinoHR meeting, flrat Monday of each mouth. J.
W. Uanong, t'apt. F. 8. Kelley, Flrat Lieut. L. L.
PiCiena, Second Lieut.
New Era W. C. T V. Meela Unit Saturday In each
month at their hall In New Km. Krlemla of the cauae
( invited to he preaeut. Mra Carey Johnaon, Mra.
Kaatman, Prea.
8t. John's Branch, No. 617, C. K. of A Meeta
, every Tuewluy evening at their ball, comer Main and
Tenlh Mrecta, Oregon City. T. W. Sullivan, Prea.
jMhII. Juatlu, Sec.
Oregon City Boanl of TnuleMeeta at Court llouat
ein aecond Moaduy In each month. Vlaitora w. Icume,
iiw 0. Urownell, Prea, F. K. Donaldaon, Sec.
Canhy Boanl of Trade Meeta at Knlght'i Hall,
flanhy, on flrat and third Fridaya of each month.
Vlaitora walcomo. Wro. Knight, Prea. 8. J. Uarri.
on, tUtt. ,
Molalla flranga. Ko. 40, P. of II.-Moets at their
hall at Wrlglit'a Brldga ou Ihe aecond Saturday of
ach month at 1U a, Dl, rellow membera made
grelcome. J. F. Nelaon, Maater. E. H. Cooper, Sec.
Tltlatln Giange, No. Ill, P. of H,-Meeta laat Satur
day of each month at their hall In Wllaonville. R. B.
Unry, Maater. Miaa Beda Sharp, Sen.
Warner urange. No. 117, P. of II. Meat fourth
Saturday of each month at their hall In New Kra,
C. C. Williaua, Master. Mia, Maggie Brown. Sen.
Butte Creek Orange, No. 82, P. of II. Meeta at their
hall in ManUam aecond Saturday in each month at
IUa.m. Viailing meiuiiera alwaya welcome. J. K.
White, Master. J. E. Jack, Sec.
Columbia Hook and Ijidder Co, Meets rat Fri
day of each mouth at Fountain Kngine Uouae. W. T.
W hillock, Prea. Kd L. bhaw. Foreman. A.W. Milln,
Fountain Hoae Co., No. 1 Meets aecond Wednesday
in each month at Engine House, east aide Main street,
between Seventh and Eighth. Hiram Straight, Prea.
M. P. tjuinn, Foreman. J. W. Slewarl, Sec.
Cataract II. -se Co. No. 2. Meeta aecoi d Tuesday of
, each month at Cataract Engine House. Sidney Smith,
,Pree. Bart Ureenman, Foreman. Herb bestow. Sec.
Oregon City Hoae Co., No. 30 W. Church, Pres.
W. W. Marrs, Foreman. H. S. Strange, Sec
Russian Jew Immiohants. The litis
stun Jews have acquired a lare body of
land in tbia county and will buy oiore.
They own a half section of I lie Win.
Fnttcr claim ; a half section of the J. If.
Muore claim; about 200 acres of the
Wm. Fordyce claim; the Orin Cutting
place of a half section, and south of the
Fordyce claim a half section. Most of
this land has been cut up into small
hi Minus on which Jewish families are
located. A millionaire named iSchioriiia
Krity.ewsky is expected to brinifubontAX)
families of his co-reliKionista from Kus
slato thia county, with the object of per
manent settlement. They are not pau
pers but of the middle class, being
thrifty and having- some nutans. Those
already located intend to build a syna-gog-iie
next suifimer, in which they will
no doubt be financially assi.-ted by their
i'ortlanu iriunus.
Loos for Papku. In 181)1 Ihe Wil
lamette Pulp A Paper Co. entered into
contract with Charles K. Spalding tn
furnish balm ami cnttoiiwuod Ions for i ts
mills. This contract has been in force
ever since. Thia yeur (1,000,000 feet of
loirs have been taken to Oregon City
and next season 7,000,000 feet will be
Ifolten out. The entire amount of hist
year'a conlnct of O.OOO.lHH) feet Is now
close to Newberif, where the loirs will
be arraiiL'ed in rafts and then toned to
Oreifon City bv steamer. About ti e 1st
of September nearly .'100 men will irn to
work (retting- out next season's lot of
7,000,000 Iwl.Salrm Utaletmun.
Tim Arena. The Arena is (lie fore
most reform mairnziue nf the country.
Its face is turned toward the rising sun
of progress. Jt is an "arena" f ir the
promulgation nf the newest and freehest
thought in politics' e -onnmy, sociology,
theology or any other phase of human
investigation that may interest I hone
who love the truth fur its own sake and
want the whole of it. Kvery progressive
thinker should read it. llnv a copy at
the bookstore. There is no American
periodical that equals it.
Remain,"
8uy IIknhv Hudson, of the James
(Smith Woolen
Aluchliiery Co,,
l'liiliidclplilu,
l'u., who certi
lies oa follows:
" Among tho
many testhnonU
ui which I aeo
In regurd to cer
tain medicine
performing
oures, cloaaalng
the blood, etc.,
none Imprest me
more than my
own 'one,
Twenty yoara
ago, at the age
of 18 years, I had
vrd'hii come
on my I e g s ;
which broke iimi
be came ru if
Inlng sore.
A Our finally phy-'
aioian could do
inn no good, and it was foarod that the
hones would bo afflicted. At last, my
g' ii id old
Mother Urged Me
to try Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I took three
bottles, tho surra healed, and I have not
been troubled since. Only the tears
remain, and tho memory of the
past, to remind me of the good
Ayor'i Sarsuparllltt has done me,,.
I now weigh two hundred and twenty ''
pounds, and am in the best of health.
I have been on tho road for the past
twelve years, havo noticed Ayer's Sur
saparillu advertised In all parts of the
United States, and always take pleas
ure in telling what good it did for ma."
Ayer's Sarsaparllla
r-r iir.- l hy T)r. J. C.Ayor Co., Lowell, Mass.
Curesothers.willcureyou
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OREGOIT,
am
BABLOW,
Has tlic Lai'gest and Most Complete Stock of
General Merchandise
B n Clackamas County.
DEALERS IN HOP CLOTH, KILN CLOTH, SULPHUR AND EVERY
THING PERTAINING TO THE HOP INDUSTRY.
Goods Sold on a STRICTlY CASH Basis Only. Highest Price Paid for Country Produce.
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Grand Picnic, Sept. 8,
AT SANMY. 1
I IN" F. A.. MEHSTin-'S T A TPFT
PROGRAMME:
i3 1 KUMK.N I AL MUSIC Metronolitnn Hand
ORATION Geo. C. Hrmvnrdl of fWrrnn Pifv
Dancing on Platform in Afternoon. Grand Hall in Hall at Nicht.
KcTrashincnts of all kinds convenient. Circle swinginc day and nicht
1 1. 1J. LIIASE, Prcstdt'nt of the Day, J. C. Bkadi.ky, Grand Marshal.
ICKETS, for Dancing on Platform, 50 cents; for Ball in Hall, in
eluding Supper, $1.25. F. A. ME1NIG & SONS, Proprietors.
rof. U. L. EASTIIA.M. of 388 Kast Morriann fit.. Piirtlnnil Or U'lll Iia iirnuitnl
nun o prepareu 10 make piiotO:aplis of all kinds.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
A roiNrwi to Taxi'avkiis. I'liose in
this coiintv whnse taxes are delinntinnt
art) interested in tho. fact that the light
over the t e innilent taxes ol 181)1 in
Clatsop county has hem decided hv the
supreme court, which upheld Judge M
llride s tlecision that the tax was col
leclahle notwithstanding the irregular!
ties in the assessments. (JlatsnpcHiuty
has now $34,000 eollectnhlH delinipient
taxes, almost haliiiicing its $.7,00'J of
detit.
1 WO GlAXT liKEVtS OS KxililllTIOV.
In a tent to the rear of Alhriglit Ac War
ner')' biitcherahop is on exhibition the
largest team nf steers that wore ever
seen in the United States. They are
twin thoroughbred Durham cattle of the
original Palestine stock. 18 hands high,
Vi feet u inches long, 15 feet girth and
weigh 8040 pounds. Their names are
Cleveland and Harrison. They were
raised in Spring Iiiver valley. Jasper
county, in southwest Missouri, by J. 8.
Walker & Co. In October they will bo
at the World's Fair in Chicago to com
pete for the $20,000 prize. They re
ceived the gold medal at the Centennial
in 187(1. These great bovines will re
main in the city for a few days and can
be seen tor 10 cents. Every one should
take n look at them.
Fifth Street Bids. Onlv one entire
bid for the improvement of Fifth street,
that of Uan Lyons, was received and
opened by the city council on Wednes
uuy evening. It is as follows : Per cubic
yard for grading earth 17 cents; loose
rock 35 cents; solid rock $1. Gravel,
per cubic yard, laid and rolled, 1 .30.
Six-inch tile, 27 cents per foot; three
inch lile, 18 cents; new sidewalk, in
cluding curb, 33 cents per.foot ; relaying
present sidewalk, including new curb.
20 cents per foot; gutters, per lines
foot, 12 cents; per fool for six-foot cross
walks, .10 cents; four-foot crosswalks, 2.)
cents. Mr. Broughton a bid for new
sidewalkb is 29 cents; for relaying old
sidewaUs with cuib 10 cents; six foot
crosswalks 24 cents; four-foot cross
walks 18 cents.
Of IXTEItEST TO SPOMTSMRX. W. H
llurlbnrt, A. U. 1'. A union racillc.
System. Portland, Or., has 1ii"t received
a siipplv of books called "(inn Club
Utiles and Revised Laws." This pnbl
cation contains a digest of tho laws re
luting to game in the Western slates and
territories. Mr. llurlbnrt will be glad
to mail yon one of the books upon re
ccipt of two at lining to coyer postage
V. II. llrill.Ill'HT, A. u. r. A.
Aiimohy Hall Em.arukd With tho
24-foot addition to the Armory hall, it
contains in addition to a clear space nf
100x42 feet for drill room, at the front a
dressimr room with a separate closet for
the kit of each soldier. This is flanked
on one Mile by a separate gents' dress
ina room and on the other by ladies'
apartments. The hall is better finished
and more convenient than it was here
lofore.
it
As lev Topic As W. If. Harris, J
B. David and a prominent lawyer vho
constitute the principal ice making com
punv of Portland have a capital of
over a million, they will certainly not be
outdone by the Oregon City ice com
puny in giving the perspiring public
cheap frozen water. A mint julep
pleace .
A ual.v Day at Sandy. there is no
doubt of it whatever that F. A. Meinig
& Sons are overexerting themselves to
make their Harvest ricnic, to be held at
their beautilul picnic grounds at Sandy
on September 8ih, next, one of the most
popular ones ever given in that place
Time and expense will not be spared to
make it pleasant lo an wno may at lend
The Meiropjlitian Band of Portland
has been engaged to furnish the music
for the occasion. Eminent speakers
from aurnud have been secured. The
amusements during the day will be sing
ing, dancing, wheelbarrow and sack
races, and in the eeniug a grand ball
will be held in their spacious hall,
thereby giving everyone a chance to en
joy himself hugely.
LETTER LIST.
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the postoffice at Oregon City,
Aug. 17, 1893:
Anderson, W L Bane, Wm
Baker, J Caraon, Geo
Carlson, Miss Selmat'arson. Miss Lottie
t'arg, II A I'ason, Mrs Alice
Davis, Tandy Haynes, Libe
Handy. Geo Malt, Christian
McCall, Dave McMurr, Henry
Maywald, K H Mays, S J
Pnywr. J W Schwandt, Mrs Alice
Scbolzen, Peter Thuyer, Jamea
Thomas, C B Vanghan, David V
Ward, Mra T bite, Ooi tam
.Section 4
When calling for the letter please
ay "advertised." E. M. Kasds, P. M.
A Birthday Dinner. At Ahlerlea
(on Clear creek), the summer resort if
Misdumea G. A. Harding and F. It
iiiarman, u utrumay uinnur was guen
on fcunilav, in honor of 31 r. Harding,
that will long be remembered by those
who partook of the excellent repast.
The long table was spread lu a bower of
evergreens under a canvas roof. The
best appetizers in the world, merriment
and fresh air, produced havoc among
the creature comforts. There were
present: Mr. and Mrs Piilsbury, Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Charinau, Mr. and
Mrs O. A. Harding, Mrs. C. O. Al
bright. Mr. Aldredge, James Barlow and
his mother, Mrs. Barlow, Miss K.
Hedges, Miss Nan Cochran, and others.
Certificates Granted. The follow
ing were granted certidcates at tho teach
ers' examination : Norma Fox, L. T.
Anderson. Sara'! U. Downs, Jessie
Waldron. Ora F.Nelson, Ednetta Chase,
Mrs. Mattie Campbell, Zetia Ediiiiston,
Sidna Hill, Clara Brown, Mrs.Loesa M.
Hedge, Maggie L. Hampton, Annie J.
Young, A. B. Hibbard, I,. J. Brooks,
J. S. Welch, David Warner, Mrs. E. M.
Downs, W. W. Austin, Gertrude Forbes,
Souri Mityfield, Mamie Aldrich, Genie
Nefzger, Olive A. dwelling, Mary E.
'f albert, Hattie L. Sweet, Ida M. Voder,
(harles Klieiy, Alice Atkerman, Chas.
M. Ciiltemlf n, Lett is phomas, Alma
Gnrdntr, Ada Kandail and Klnnra
Jewell.
A Rcduotion Preferable to a Shut-Down.
I he manager of the Willamette Pulp
& Paper Company s business having
been interrogated by the editor in regard
to the resumption ol work in the mills
on Monday last, and the reduction in
eacli employe's wages of 25 coins per
dav, he has lu response, kindly fur
nished the following explanatory state
ment :
Editor Courier: Regarding the re
duction in wages made in our mills, and
concerning which you inquired, have
only to sav that tiie same became neces
sary in order to opeiate our mills during
the present dull tunes. It was a qnes
tion of remaining down, or a reduction
of the running expenses, and our men
prefer to work rather than remain idle.
It has always been our policy to pay
good rales o wages, but during tunes
of business depression, like the present,
when it is impossible to place our pro-
duct, it is but jusc that our employes
should render what assistance is within
their power. We shall run our plant as
steadily as possible, and while it will
be necesearv to somewhat curtail the
production, we believe it better for the
city and for our employes, who will
have constant work during a limo when
thousand of laborers in every city of
the United States are out of employ
ment. ' Yours truly,
Willamette Pulp A Paper Co.
By L. G . Gurxett, Asst. Gen'l. Mgr.
The Crown mill also resumed on
Monday with a wage reduction ol so
cents a day .
HOOD VIEW.
Business at Oswego is as flat as a lonjf
sermon In hoi weather.
Jacob Ruber's bakery delivery wagon
is the nobbiest in the city.
Mr. ('spies is building a tesidence on
his five acres in Ml. Pleasant.
Hon. II. K. Cross' buggy horse is
advertised to be sold by the sheriff for
taxes on the 24. Ii,
On Thursday evening of this week the
Salvation Army gives nn ice cream
socialiht, beginning at 0 p. m
II. B. Luce (the governor's appointee)
now remilarly draws Ins salary as state
loon ami dairy commissioner.
The father of W. W. II. Samson is at
a hospital in Portland alllicted with
senile gangrene. JIisagoiu78
Herman Anthony is now the owner
of the dance hull at New Era which he
bought from the Spiritualist society
When in want ot tea, try a package of
the "l'ride of Japan ' al il. Straight s
vou mil never want to use any otht
kind
The worth of your in mev is what you
want, and that is what you gel at the
Willamette 1 railing Co s. establishment
at Barlow
The number of tents at the Gladston
encampment is 2(10, which could acuom
module 800 men. Over 400 militia are
at the camp.
On Saturday Elmer Dixon had tl
misfortune to badly injure ne of his
hands on his steam woodsaw while
was running.
About September 1st tilckiiiir will he
gin in tho Butteville mid Pleasant Hill
hop yards. The growers there wan
1000 white pickers.
Henry Grav, heretofore candidate for
collector of customs in Alaska, has set
his cap for the receivership at the Ore
gon uuy land oiuce.
Bttlfe Johnson came down from Th
Dalles on edtiesday, accompanied bv
his brother Nello, and will spend his
summer vacation in tins city.
Some active lobbying may be antic
pated al the next legislature with the
object of selling to the Mate a militia
camping ground at Gladstone .
It must interest the readers of Ihe
Telegram to know that the salary of its
editor, Capt n (inore H . Moflett, has
been cut down f 10 per week
Jake Charles has taken charge of the
linistiin ' department of the woolen mill
during the absence of Thed Clark nt
Goos hay, where t red raimer is located.
It is announced that Col. Robert A.
Miller, the new register of the Oregon
City land ollice, is soon to lead t) the
altar Mrs Grubbe, a well-known school
teacher of Salem. Daily D'wpatch.
A voting man named Wilkinson, a son
of Kobert Wilkinson, is building a good -
sized greenhouse at Gladstone on the
motor line near tho Clackamas. He
will use 1800 feut of glass in the roof.
Prof. II. A. Shorey will occupy the
pulpit of the Congregational church ou
Sunday morning. In the evening a
missionary meeting will be conducted
by the Y. P. S. C. E. All cordially in
vited lo both services.
The. Willamette Iron Works have filed
an attachment against M. K. Shipley
and J. 11. Kruse, and rainier & Key
against C. C. Ross, of tho defunct Her
aid; II. E. Cross lias filed acunplaiui
against C. W. Gaining.
Commencing Wednesday, August Kith,
1 803, tho Albany passenger traniB Nos.
19 and 20, running between Portland
and Albany, will be discontinued. The
California express trains Nos 15 and 10
A Life or James G. Blaine. Gail
Hamilton has been before the country
as a writer for many years. Her ability
is undisputed. As this brilliant woman,
without a pesr, for a long time
formed a member of the late James G.
Blaine's family circle, we will not be
dissapoir.ted if we anticipate that his
"Bingraph) "from her pen will do justice
to the memory of mis great political
leader. The Henry till Pub. Co. of
Norwich, Cunn., will issue the work.
Born, to the wife of James Smock, of will slop at all stations between Portland
and Aluany.
The Spiritualists of Canhy and vicin
ity will hold a two-days meeting in
Lee's grove, near Canhy, beginning
Saturday, August 19th, 2 o'clock p in.,
Mrs. Dr. Wilder, of Portland, manager.
An interesting time is expected. An in
vitation is extended to all.
The other night, after a y iiin man
who had been attending a Spiritualists'
circle had locked the door of his room
and crawled into bed, the door was
opened by unseen hands and the carpet
ilted up. not the present of a gold
watch and a watermelon can g;t him
into anothor circle-
Friday last, Mr. Gill placed hisuttach-
ment on the Herald, people a party
paper, for wages due as editor, and then
took the steamer for Oswego. It appears
that the paper collapsed so early be
cause the money broker who backed U.
C. Ross, the nominal owner, suddenly
got sick and died. Ross owned nothing.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II. Dunn will be
gin a six months' school at the village
ot Antelope, Wasco county, on the 24th.
Charles Draper will again teach the
Cauby graded school, assisted by Misses
Railing and .Nelson; S. A. V Uurley
Sixpay Work. The stand most Dat-
ronized on Sumlav at Gladstone was
that inside the Soldiers' picket line
owned by a good church member and
presided over by a preacher s son in-law.
' His fine cigars and tee-cold lemonade
I wete strictly orthodox. The editor nf
Mandolins, guitars and banjos of the the Cocbieb is not averse to seeing the :
celebrated Washburn make at Bur-' brethren turn an honest penny on the I Have your watches, clocks and jew
jneister A Andresen. "day of re st." as he is often obliged by elry rei aired by the established and re-
i strew of circumstances lo do a little li.ble firm of Burmeister & Andresen.
Sherwood, a son
Died, at the home of her parents.
August Glh, at Wilson vi He, Miss Bertha
Shhver, aged 1U years, months and 10
days, of quinsy. Ihe interment took
place at Pleasant Hill cemetary, August
8lh, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Barber and Mrs.
H. Goulding olhciating. (juite a crowd
was in attendance and tier last resting
place was made beautiful by a profusion
of ihoice flowers.
Dearest Bertha, gone before us
To tho heavenly hosts above.
And we know that peace is with thee,
In our Saviour's precious love.
Mrs. Spencer has been ailing for the
pant week, and Mrs. Dora Barber and
Mrs. Hill are also on the list of patients
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Seely and Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Brown are camping at
Nestucca for three weeks.
Ray Short is visiting at M. C. Young's.
Married, at the residence of Rev. Mr.
Barber, July 31st, Miss Elva Coppock
and Jet. George, both of Newberg, Yam
hill county.
Mrs. Romniger, of Portland, is ihe
guest of our pastor and hia wife.
Joel P. Geer has lately returned from
England, the happy possessor of another
wife.
mattimonial successes.
Everyone is away for the wild seaside.
A party of 14 intend to leave Sherwood
next Tuesday for Nestucca; among
them are the Misses lisih-v, Messrs.
Camel and Nee ton, Mr. and Mrs. Duke
and George Duke.
Mrs. L. A. Young, Miss Ethel Short
and Willie Graham intend to spend a
week or so at Big Nestucca.
Mr. nnd Mrs S. Galbreath are visit
ing among relatives in England, whom
they have never seen before. Ax.ia.
LOCAL SUMMARY.
Proscriptions carefully compounded ct
G. A. Harding's drug store.
L. P. Fisher, Newspaper Advertising
Agent 21 Merchants' Exchange, San
Francisco is our authorized agent. This
paper is kept on file in his ollice.
For job printing go to the C'oi'R
eu ollice.
Lawyers' Briefs and Folders printed
at the Courier ollice.
Wood taken on sub-cription at Corn
Kit ollice. Bring it in summer lime.
;. The Mulino roller mill is now in first
class order for the accommodation of
customers. Fiist-class work guaranteed', i
If you ore in want nf a piano, call on
Btniiivister & Audresoii before buying
mid examine the uelciirated Washburn
an instrument firmly built, rich in tone,
ol light action and highly finished.
Twenty pounds of wool are sufficient
to make a good nuiltress. Anybody
having that ninotiut to spare ought to
izivo llellomv & Busch the order of mak
iug a good wool mattress. Charges fur
tick and labor surprisingly low.
STAFFORD.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS-
Robert Schuebul lo lied wick Giienth
er, w H of nw Aj of sec 1, t 4 s, r 2 e, 80
as; f5U0.
Herman Anthony to August Fisher,
bt . blk it. New Era: 122.
Adolnh Matthies et al to Thomas
Dutrv. -Jili.: as in t 2 s. r 2 o: $1
Thomas Dully to Fred Matthias, 21.10
as, t 3 s, r 4 e; t.
. Henry Githens to Ida Armstrong, n yt
of se y ot sec 1U, l o a, r t e, in
1 ..... T
Augustia Melclierio nenry i. aieicnur
u i. of Htv V. nf sw M of sec 29, W )i o
nw of nw M of sec 32, e ot se M of
se Wuf sec 30 and c 36 of no M of lie
of sec 31, t 2 s, r 1 e, 8d as ; f im).
b rank Jiiuirar to Minnie A Jaggar,
lots 7. 8 and 9 in blk I .'I, Pleasant Hill
add toOC;i)00.
Dmiel nnd Lewis hd wards 10 J
Leavitt. ouitclaim to pt of sees 17 and
"t t 5 s. r '2 e. L'5h as: CI.
Harvey L Waybill to manna w neeier
20 as In sees M'J and 3U, t i 8, r e ; i.
U S to Wbalen C Gruff, no of sec
lliram
Kate A
10, t 2 s, r 0 e, 100 as; patent
Grolf (heir of W C Grou) to
Kimrsburv. same tract; $1.
U S to Hiram Urolt, se li ol sec 4, t z
r 0 e. 100 as : patent. Ii i ram Groll to
lvate A KiiiL'sburv. same; tl
K P Elliot to V ti h-raelt, nw ol be
iy..r...., n.i a u.... iu t -I u
il lie y& ol nw ;a niu, nn net mu, w
3 o. 107.00 as; siz.ouu.
F T Barlow to F. Parker, quitclaim to
ot 1, blk 7, and lots 7 and 8, hi I: 21,
Windsor: tl.
Pacific Improvement Uo to U V it ll
Co, release of judgments against run
and & Willamette K it amounting to
.2:1.000 in favor of dillerent parlies; II
O t C R It to Pacific Improvement Co,
satisfaction and releaso of abjvo; 1
O W Gaming, slierili, to' R V Short,
so Va ol ne Va o sec j. I .i s, r I , -in
us. property of John W Ladd;i!l.
H L L Clark to James Shaw, 14 ns of
W Moss claim, except 4 lots in Moss
add to O C ; fSOOO. Do to do, quilclaim
to lots 32, 33, 34 and fr lot, Moss add; ?
Peter Wilson to Frank P WiUon. unit-
aim to T.l6 as of N P Mack claim, t 2
r3 e: $1000.
Aniust Koch to Eliza Koch, nw li of
I sec ii and s
of ne l4 of sec 27, t 2 s, r 5 e, 280 us
$8000.
Jo in Barnerover to Geo Sauni, nil
timber south and north of Hanoi's mill
iirnd in sees 19 and 30. t 2 s, r 1 e ; f 100.
M F Moore et al to II Anthony, lot J,
blk 0, New Era; f244.
CANBY ITEMS.
8. A
ill teach a school near Canhy; he is
We congratulate liiin on his preparing to enter the legal profession I
...lil f.. l.:..l. klu .V.llitiua ft f Ll.n I
IUI itiiiin hid gTTiic ni auiiiucn
A commencement has been made on
the Main street pavement work. Il will
go through without a doubt. Shortly
the assessment on each Main street
property holder will be published in
these columns. As, regardless of hard
The city council has ordered all the
streets opened by December 1st, with
be except on ot two streets near .
Matthews' peach and prtiun orchard.
J. Kinzins lias boughf 10 acres of land
n the city limits from A. Lee for U00.
Mrs. Hodges nnd three other families
ave gone lo So-ia springs lor a lew
weeks' rest. Quite a number of the
town's peoplo are nut in the foothills
ter berries.
The Cliistain chinch is holding pro
truded ineetinirs here Ibis week under
le guidance of Rev. MeKeefen, of Port-
and. Two members j lined this week.
The M. E. church has also been in-
reased by two. All four were baptized
Sunday. The M. K. church holds
veiling meetings this week.
J. Stogdel has gone hack East to re
main about two months.
II. Gilman and family have gone East
to be absent three weeks.
J. A. Cox starls his steam thrasher
this week with the expectation of a good
run.
J. C. Wolgatnot is thrashing his 15
acres of rye with the flail. He has sold
the straw to a Portland firm for stulling
collars, for !" per ton.
George Hayet is erecting a residence
on his. proeriy.
J. Hart has been sold ont by the sher
iff and his mill has stopped.
J. Deval has hU fine new house fin-
up
The harvest is hero and seems lo be
a good crop this year. Evuiylliliig looks
nourishing. Not many lice on hops and
tue Honeysuckles which were so badly
aliened last year are tree from the ver
min, causing those who cut down their
Honeysuckles lust year to fee! sorry
Mrs Fredricks, a very estimable
ladv, died very suddenly lust Saturduy
night, moi.rned by her friends and family.
Irank Kruse is again alllicted. He
sullered of another slight stroke of pa
ralysis a few .'ays ago, this time affect
ing his throat.
A young nephew of Mrs I. P. Gage
arrived from Colorado lust Sunday, lie
has been connected with the silver
mines at Aspen but Ihe mines are now
shutdown.
J. Q Gago fell ou the binder and
badly bruised his shins.
Tho thrashing machines started
the first of tho week in this vicinity.
P. F. Larson had his thumb badly
b ruised last week.
Ma. Shnlzo's house shows up in grand
stylo.
The north wind that has prevailed for
the lust tlireo days has dried up the
water supply ami left the funnels in
close struits.
Mrs. Bebile is worse again.
Fred Rich ley, soil of Rev. T. Riehley,
is vibiting friends and relatives In Staf
ford this week.
A. H. and J. Q Gage returned from
their trip to the co.ist last week. There
are between 100 and 200 camps on the
beach at Siab creek. Most all of the
campers go ou the Little Nestucca road,
as there are better accommodations for
man and beast on that route.
Oregon City Market Report.
Whiat PerDu.,'4 , bulk without acU
Oat-4)o bushel, with sacks.
Fi.our - Holler fa CO per bid, net
Euas 20c
Bun-KB-sOiia roll,
Vsal 5o itrossej
Ciiickens-$j4 a doion
Bkef On foot :i:i;a'c i dressed 8c
Mutton t!3
SiiiNOLsi 12 25 JS thousand.
Lad 12XeH pound.
Hides Oreen, lie; d'jr ikij.oVIt); ine-tlilrrl off
oroulled. Sheep pelts, tMHOe
Hay Timothy, 14 baled; clover ill.
DaiKD Kkuits Prunes 10c; apples 8(4 luo
MUX Fkkd Hliorts 11 lit), ilran I.X; Chop
1U; itjt cud wheal, 60 cents (1 bti
foKK Bides lie, shoulders tic, hams l(lc
on foot ; drtssed 7c.
Potatoes 7.13 i bu new; onions sack
Our Boots and Shoes, in All Styles, '
Cannot be sur asscd in quality or price. Try us and be convinced
Call and examine our fine and varied stock of Straw Hats anp
Modish Spring and Summer Clothing.
We have an excellent supply of WALL PAPER, rich in delicate
tints . .
Thos. Charman & Son.
Lounges iMattresses
BEjLILOMY &
Are manufacturing them and keep a full stock on hand. Our couches
cannot be excelled in elegance, durability and low .rices. Our mat
tresses are well made up and are exactly as represented. Country
dealers will do well to get our wholesale prices. '.'
THE RED FRONT.
BrTsfklr m l a fit fa a t A Tl M MA m
25tC Soda or Rice; 6 Pounds Beans or Rolled Oats; 7
Spools Thread; 8 Pounds Cat Steel 8 Penny Nails.
X. Dress Braid; Boys' Straw Hats; 12 Lead Pencils; Ink;
aiuivivivat u layua a tun, l uiaiiyca.
Culloo 18 Ynrtla for frl.OO. BATBBNS,
Arrived-Pure Ground Spices, Half Price.
TBADK FOR PRODUCE.
lamilton & Allen, Oregon City.
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
AT LAW
OFFICE, REAR OF COMMKKCUL BANK.
Oregon City, Oregon.
flipai'.a Taliiilcs assist digestion.
DR. GUNN'S
IMPBOVXD
LIVER
PILLS
ONLY 0 HE
FOR A DOSE
RESULTS ARE WHAT TELL
Gko.C. Urownell. A. 8. Dukssbr.
Brownell & Dresser,
Attorneys at Lav,
Office One Door North . Caupld it mil-
ley's D i(ni",
OREGON CITY, - OREGON
The Commercial Bank
OF OREGON CITY.
CAPITAL (100,000.
Transacts a General Banking Buslneie.
Loan, maite. Bills discounted. Make, col
lections. Buys sad sells exchange on all points
In the United Stales .nil Knrope and on Hon
Kong. Deposits received sirbfect to check. In
terest at usuiil latcs allowed or lime deposits.
Hankopon trim 9 A.M. to 4 P. M.; Saturday
evenings from 6 llll 7 P.M. uru.,
D. C. LATOURETTE, F. E. DONALDSON,
President. Cashier
W. Cahv Johnson. C.M.lH.tsus
Johnson & Idicnmii,
LAWYERS.
CORNER FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Roal Estate To Soil uini Money To Lend
L. It. JANAEY,
Lawyer and Notary Public
Okfii'k Nkxt Dook to Hl'nti.ev'h
DiiucsToim,
OREGON CITY, OREGON
We puftrrntre itnt one of thrte pllli at a doir.
MO'Uico better remilti tn the ours of Hrad
toetivf ncuf, ( ov.r ttomnt'h, Bud Urt-lh and I'lui-
nca'i.'li.in ihrrolo live cf any other make, and do It
Wl'lio'il flrr.iJii.iZ find wtckrhtrff. Their 'onrirftil
a"tio i mirfT you fi-s'l lii:r a rw bc'iiir. fro. n boj.
LiruDtf mis ur nitil. iioatioltg Mtd. Cu., rbila., Fa.
Charm uu & Co, Druggisti
DR. GUNN'S
ONION
SYRUP
l FOR COUCHS,
COLDS
AND CROUP.
GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE.
In ratlin a frmllv nf nln nhlM?. mnnlv
cdy for Cong hi, Coldi and Croup waa onion nyi ui ,
i.ju-i ntn-;oiivf)io.n(iv ni ii waa tony ycara
Mi. Now inv (rrrtnrlchilrlrcn tnica Dr. Gunn'a
Onion Syrup wht"h ta alrrmdy prepnred and tnori
fcluaaant to tho tauto. Sold at 00 oeuua botUa,
Charman A Co, IrugfIats
' Eipans Tahute rare headache. . work himself on that day.
Ail work warranted.
times, landlords have not reduced rents 1 jHiie(j and John Rice hits liii in advsn:ed
on stores, they have no doubt llie casn. ; gtate nf coiiiple'inn.
' " - I The Canhy aclionl i!l re i!n about
The Chinese pay tlieir ductor only so ! September l.'ilh.
long as he keeps them in health. Theyi
believe in preventing rather than curing , Burm(,iHter A An,lre awav, ke(.p
disease. This is soind sense and one on ,ind , vgrjeJ ock of vi,n))-iM WeM
ol me stronuesi recoraiiiciniaiiun. ui
tA.'. U.ra.nsrilla si mft iinn hirtl
diseases tint prevents
as viilin extras.
not only r-ares
I them
liipans Tabules: best liver tunic.
HAVE
YOU
GOT
PILES
ITCKIK J FILES kr. hr nolttur
ii i.-. .rr4pir.tcit, oaiisw luutwo lUthiug
.1' '.Vino. Tl.U f;rm aud BLIND,
1,-Ji.a or I'&OTUUDltfO sVlsUCB
TlVI.DATO.Hi KTO
Dl. B0 SAN-K0 8 PILE REMEDY,
Wii.-ri directly on part affected,
bwrb-i t a mora, allay itohlnff,effrtln
Ap'rmtnnritcurt, PrlrerVko. Dnisglnta
Of wail. Dr. Boaaoko, Fntlatlalplila,
Charman Co. Dnigglutt
Oregon City Transportation Co's
STEAMERS
Altona and Ramona,
TIMK T A It IK OIIKOO CITY ItOATS.
Leave Leave
PuktlAkd OkiookCitt
Pont Ts j lor IH. KoH ath St.
7:"0 a.m. 7:00a.m.
9 :'I0 a.m. !:.' A.M.
12:00 M . 12:00 M.
2 :.'!0 p. m 2 :.'t0 p. m.
4 ::!0 p. M . 4 :.'!0 p. M.
U:(J P. M. 6:0 p. M.
IMAV TIME.
ft:00 A. M. 9:30 a.m.
11:00 A.M. 2:ll0p.M.
3 :30 P. M. 5 :00 P.
No way landings.
In effect April 21th,
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
On the Street between the Bridge and the
uepot.
Double and slna-lc rtirs and ssiMIe lioraes ai
ways on liatid at llie lowest rules, am! a corrai
alao coiinerteri with llie ua.rn lor loose stock
Any InformHtlon rcKanliiiff any kind of stock
pinnipti)' attemiea to by letter or person.
IIOK8KS BOIIOIIT Oil SOLD
H. B. MAY,
Ciiriicntcr and JiulMcr.
STORKS AND OFFICES FITTED UP.
Stair Building and Jobbing. Repairing
a Hpeidalty. Kstiiiiulca Made.
Box 317, OREGON CITY, OREGON
L.M. ANDREWS, M. D.
DRALKR IN
Drags, Notions, Perfumeries,
Toilet Articles, itc.
Prescriptions CarJully Compounded
Shively' Illook,
Cor. of 7tb A Madison St., Oregon City.
OREGON CITY JOBBING SHOP.
ALL KINDS OF
TINNING, PLUMBING,
And General Jobbing to oHer.
Sewer and Water Connections
Matte at the Most Keasonsble Rates. Al'
Work Is 'lone with a view to laat suit aatiyfy al,
concerned, rlhop on Till Street, near Depot,
A. W. 8CHWAN, PROP.
GEO. A. IIAUDLXG.
PKAl.cn 5
DRUGS
1Rj
Standard Pat. Medicines.
Paints, Oils anil Wln'low olass.
PrtKTiptiat Jcturattlt Compounded
IIARIIIXO'S BLOCK.
T
FRANK NELDON,
Gun and Locksmith.
Adjoining the Noblitt StVe,
OREGON CITY,
OREGON.
All klndi of Firearms roailml rlaansd. All kiwi,
of sniall machines rvpalrrd. 1 'iiu a'f Itsvs
lliaile for all k hula of or. Uuuaa',1.1
Pistols bought anil ki1.
BICrCLJS REPAIRED.
M. Prier'
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
If yon want a FIRST-CLASS
PHOTOGRAPH call on him at
hia Old fliind, opposite Farr'i
the butcher's.
Nothing but FIRST-CLASS WORK Dont
and Promptly Delivered.
Bank of Oregon City.
OLDK8T RANKING IIOU8K IK THB CITV
Puitl Up (npilal, $50,000.
President.
Vice President.
Cashier,
Manager,
Thomas Charmam
Oio. A. I1abdi.no
K. O. CaUNit.D
ClIARLlS H. Oaufikld
K General Ranking Business Transacted.
Deposits Received Subject lo Check.
Approved Hills and Notes Discounted.
Countv and City Warrants Bought.
Loans Made on Available Security.
Exchange Bought and Mold.
Collections Made Promptly.
' Drafts Hold AvMllHhln In Anv P.t nf Ih.
World.
Telegraphic Kxchange Sold on Portland, San
Francisco, t hicugo and New York.
interest paid on Time Deposits.
US AGENTS Or
THE LONDON CHEQUE BANK.
FINNICAN'S
Disease Preventative or Itlood
Purifier.
The follow ina are a few of the manv
testimonials vouching for the efficacy
of this (treat remedy:
Oheoon Citv, April 6, 1893.
A. II. Finniqan. Dear Sir: I have
used your Lieae Preventative or
Champion Blood Purifier and given It a
tl.oroUL'h trial and deem it all that it la
represented to be. I used it specially
for treating some skin eruption or little
waterv lumps that snoeared on a horse's
neck and shoulders. After uning about
half a package of your powder the lumps
completely disappeared and left hia
skin as clear and smooth as velvet As
a blood purifier 1 have never yet met ita
equal, therefore I take great pleasure in
recommending it to all borne owners.
lours respectfully, V. ti.ic.
OKaoos City, April 26 1893.
A. II. Finniqan. Dear bir: I hare)
used your Disease Preventative or
Champion Blood Purifier on a mare suf
fering from some skin disease and urin
ary trouble. Less than one nackaze
cured her completely, in fact, made
new mare of her. As a blood pander.
I have never used its equal, and beinst
guaranteed free from arsenic, enpperaa,
etc., I consider itdoubtv valuable and
would atrongly recommend ita nse by
il norneowners ana Dreedere.
Yours very truly, Faco Pai.xtsb.
Prepared only by
H. Finnigan, Crimea Cfy. IV.
Far Sals hy A. N. Viasay at lit fffet to
Ptrtlaatl Natal.
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