Image provided by: Oregon City Public Library; Oregon City, OR
About Oregon courier. (Oregon City, Clackamas County, Or.) 188?-1896 | View This Issue
Oregon City, Sept. 1,1893.
08M)0 ROAD C1IASOK.
Amonjt the farniftra of Stafford and
vicinity who drive to Oawrgn ovor the
present Aurora and Oawego road, strong
opposition exiHta to the proposed change
of that road and of the road from Ore
Ron City, at Sucker Lake. Tliry aee
very well that the Oswego Iron Coin
pany, strong corporation, and which
owns the land over which both these
roads run, would like to have the county
do tins, even if it did dodgo taxes
Chief Justice Brewer, of the United
Stales supreme court, recently expressed
the opinion that 60 years hence corpo
rations would perform all the important
functions of community or state, and it
may be that this road matter is only
feather allowing which way (lie wind
-' doth blow.
The cost of building the piece of road
and of the bridge has been placed at
$10,000, but it is said that Mr. Trosser
will give bonds to finish tho job for
. -f 0000. It does not seem modest that he,
theroadfiipcrvisorof the district, should
head the petition for the change.
Tho Coi'itiKK takes the side of justice
and fair dealing in this matter, and will
not knowingly misrepresent the facta to
the prejudice of Mr. Prossur or any
. one else, and has said this much to em
phasize that the county court cannot
afford to ignore the remonstrance of the
tax-paying farmers of Stafford, who
travel over the present road and have
far greater interests at stake than have
the residents of the village of Oswego,
many of whom care nothing one way or
the other, and signed the petition be
cause maybe, Mr. Frosser asked them to
There is a lurking suspicion in the
breast of many a farmer that Ids inter
ests have seen sacrificed by those in
authority in county, state and nation to
feed the insatiable greed of the compar
ative few. It's taxes on taxes, both
direct and indirect, and a beggarly
price fur crops. Can we blame
the farmer that he finds fault? Wealth
in this state has its champion in the
Oregonian (money can always buy
champions) and the Cotimkii naturally
takes the side of its friends and patrons,
the farmers, among whom its lot is cast.
A rAitKKia investigator of crime and
pauperism in the United States, finds
that the growth of the criminal class is
nearly three times greater than the
growtliof population. The chief causes of
this Increase are vicious immigration,
intemperance and unintelligent laws.
The jails and penitentarlcs always ex
cepting the Klmira Iteformatory are
simply nurseries of crime. In the lust
decade the criminal population has in
creased 30 per cent, faster than the popu-
liition of the country. This happens
under "the boat government t lie world
ever saw," established by tho noblest
and most intelligent band of patriots
that ever risked their necks for human
freedom. Is not our spread-eagle na
tional vanity most unseemly with such
facts staring us in the fuce? The crime
evil is growing and it is us much an out
growth of 10th century "culture" so
called, as the daily newspaper, the
- irasny novel, jeering scepticism
brazen, cruel debauchery unknown to
. the sarugo, inventive genius and the
merciless greed for wealth. The times
are out of joint.
DEATH OF VICTOR MYSAEFF.
Capt. King Deioribei the Circumitaritei
Attending the Fatal 8ioknen and
the Burial of hie Stepson,
Kvkn before the panic there was
dearth of silver dollars in the' Williim
ette valley. For facilities in trade,
community is better served witli $1000
in silver than in gold coin. The same
conditions exist in other parts of the
Union. The people need an abundance
of money in small denominations,
whether silver or paper, for thd daily
transactions of business. If congress
does not meet this want now by
proper enactment, it will have to here
after.. If the government would put in
circulation as coin the silver now in the
treasury, and, in imitation of the Lutin
Union, stop silver purchases for coinage
for the present, our circulating medium
would be measurably increased am
there would he no cause for any alarm
lest our financial system strand on the
white-metal basis. This would ho far
wiser than recoinageofsilverat a higher
ratio, advocated by some congressmen,
a measure that would entoil a loss
to the government treasury, says Sec
retary Carlyle, of $112,000,000.
Tiik llnauciul panic has passed its
point of greatest dunger. The tide of
prosperity is Blowly returning. The
hourdeisol money in this city and Port
land are beginning to look for fafo in
vestments, and some of the great mills
in the Just have resumed work. Mil
lions of European uold are being received
in New York, $7,000,000 arriving in one
day by two ocean greyhounds. If the
panic has given the quietus to many
senseless and rascally speculation and
booms that always float on the wave of
prosperity, to the destruction of the un
wary "suckers" that become their
helpless prey, it will, in so Inr, have
conferred a benefit on tho country.
Tiik state militia for the present two
years, will cost the people $100,000.
The charitable institutions of the state,
including the reform school, about $:(),
000. Here is a text for an interesting
sermon. Sunda y Welcome. Yes, and
General Conipson should he comnelled
to preach the sermon.
M01.AM.A, Or., Aug. 24lh, 1803.
Editor Courier: I would respectfully
beg leave to make the following statu
ment in regard to the illness and death
of Victor Mysaefl, my stepson, as much
unnecessary excitement was occasioned
thereby and inappruhension may still
He left home near the middle of June,
being then not in rohust health and
having a rash on his body, which ap
peared after an attack of typhoid fovr
which he had ovor one year ago. lie
came horns on the morning of July 4th
and stated that he had a chill on June
30th, which lasted two or three hours,
and that he wa stiff and sore all over
from having ridden 40 miles without
addle; that lie had passed through
Oregon City, and ha ring reached the
vicinity of Graham's church, being much
wearied, lie dismounted and laid down
on the grj'.ind and took a sleep with
only his overcoat for a covering. I
asked him if he was sick, and he said
"no, that he felt better and would lollow
uatothecelebration at Wright's Springs."
We left him at home and went to the
springs, and as he did not roni6 we re
turned home early and found him In a
feverish condition. Gave him some
liver pilla and quinine. Tho fever con
tinuing, on the next afternoon, July 6th,
we sent for Dr. l.eavilt. hut instead of
coming, sent the patient some pills snd
quinine and said lie would come in the
On the 0th the doctor came, examined
the rash and put his ear over the boy's
chest and said "there was no lung
trouble and that lie did n it know
what was the matter with him
but would call in two days and
could then better decide," and then
left more quinine to be given at regular
intervals. Before the doctor returned
we knew that serious lung trouble fx
isled by hearing the gurgling sound.
Dr. Leavitt again came on the Kth in
the afternoon, tested his lungs with an
instrument and announced serious lung
trouble; examined the rash and
thought it might be measles. He was
told the boy had had measles, lie then
thought it might be smallpox butininht
be mistaken and hoped that It might be
o. At no timedid the doctor determine
the temperature of his patient by clinical
thermometer. The boy had a very sore
throat which was treuted by a garglo.
Soon after the doctor left the boy had
hemorrhage of the lung, the blood ooz
ing from mouth and nose. When the
doctor was examining the rash, I also
felt it; and when the doctor said he
thought it was smallpox, called his at
tention to the fact that under it there
was not that feeling as though small
shot or bird seed lie under it. which
always occurs in that disease. On taking
tils leave he said, as remarked above,
that he thought it was smallpox but
that lie might he mistaken and hoped It
might be so. He did not ask for attend
ance of consulting M. I), and left the
I censure Dr. Leavitt, after making
those remarks to me, which expressed
his doubts about the disease, for report
ing it a case of smallpox. On tho Uth
(morning) James Wylaud called ou the
doctor to have him come and see the
body, to determine the nature of the
diseaso and if not smallpox, to allay
the excitement occasioned by his report.
The doctor refused to come and sent
word to ''roll the body in a blanket and
bury immediately; that it all would be
broken out." His prognosis was again
at fault, and I distinctly state that, as
heretofore mentioned, there was not
that feeling under the rash as though
small shot or bird seed lie there; no
bloating or swelling of body, limbs or
la:u; no disgusting smell emunating
from Lody during illness or before
burial ; and when Victor MysaefTs body
was washed the rash pealed otl in bran
like scales similar to that of scarlet
fever, leaving the surface clear and
smooth, and I unhesitatingly pronounce
his death to be from pneumonia Pulse
had been as nearly as I could mako out,
100. Uied, July Hth, 0:45 p. m.
When Dr. Leavitt left, I immediately
sent my sou to Aurora to telegraph
for Dr. Carll to come. He used th o
phone and said, "Dr. Leavitt did not
know what the matter was." Dr. Carll
replied, "that if Dr. Leavitt wanted him
to come to see Dr. Leavitt and then
they would act concertedly " Such is
the substance if not the exact words
usod. Dr. C. further added that "he
would come for twenty dollars. After
my son's return from Aurora he went to
Dr. Leavitt, who said "lie could do
nothing more and he would not have
objected to Dr. C'.'s calling," and soon
after Ills return home death ensued.
Mow 1 wish to stato that on the niiilit
of July Dili I was culled out of the house
by Sir Noblitt, Br., who was accom
panied by, as he said, a county official.
I was refused by Biiid county otlicial to
be allowed to send to Aurora for a collin
(or to have Dr. Giesy come and examine
the body) and was told that I must bury
him on the place. I said I wanted to
bury him in a gravuvurd near by, but
was told it should not he done. ' I and
family were quarantined to the premises.
and in asking tor how long a time, was
told lor tilteen days; and that every day
or two Borne one would call to attend to
our wants I learned afterwards that
the law specified thirty days, which was
faithfully respected. No one during
that thirty days was sent or came to at
tend us. The only help we had was
that of Mr. Taylor, who helped us at
tho burial. If this is not outrageous
conduct for the olllcers of a civilized
community. I know not how to call it
and heartily condemn thosn who perpe
tratedit. I should state that tho grave
wasdug by unknown friends to whom
grentful thanks are tendered.
In conclusion would state that the
person who furnished you, Mr. Kditnr,
the information for your obituurv notice
of my stepson, is a diity liur. There
wus not a truth tittered In the whole of
it, unless that portion alluding to Dr.
Leavitt who, he says" has acknowledged
skill," is true. ltespectfully,
John N. Kino.
P. S. I used ercrv precaution possi-
le: burned the two beds and bedding;
disinfected house with carbolic acid;
fumagatcd with Itirtro supply of sulphur:
boiled for three hours and aired for
twenty days household clotliinir:
scrubbed floors and the little furniture,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Margaret Morgan et al to Win II Mor
gan, Tl 27 as of i) Mosier claim in t 3 a,
r 8 a; $700.
O A C It It to Albert Crossman, nw'4'
of nej and ne'4 of nw of aec 21, t 0 a,
Van 11 De I.ashnuitt et al to Gen W
McConnell, 100 as In 1 8s. r3e;1000.
Win K llagley to John It Kvaus, lots
3 and 4, blk U.Marslilield ; $2tu0. John
K Kvans to Win K liuglcv, do; $2100.
Wm Wells to Mrs M C Wells, quit
claim lo tract In aec 17, t4 a, r'Jej
U S to Portlund Genoral Electric Co,
Abernethy Island ; patent.
L V Moore to W W Kimball Co, lot 7,
blk 9 Falls View add; U.
K E Quick to Frank A Moore, und )i
of lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, blk 160, Oregon
City;SO0. I) J Swltzer to Frank A
Moore, do ;$ 1200.
John U Duff to Sarah J Henderson,
lots 3 and 4 in Pleasant Little Homes;
Geo K Dedman to Clara S Dedman,
quitclaim to tract It in Clackamas ltiv
Abraham Hager to E 8 Ry Co, right
of way through tract in sec 1 and 2,
Crow claim ; $1 .
Chas F Kesterson et al to W J Pow
ell, 4 of rw'i of sec 28, 1 1 s, r 3 e;
J 11 Laber to Thos J Murphv, 0 acres
in sec 22, t3s, r 1 e; $100.
U S to heirs of W W Weeks and wife,
sjj of ne'4 of sw,1 of sec 10, n! of nu'-a',
ne'4 of nw!-4,sw!4 of nej and lot 1 of sec
30, in 1 3 s, r 1 w, 320 as; patent.
C W uunong, sherill, to John uooery,
lot 12, blk 23, Falls View and ; $010 42
C C Williams to W K Johnson, 2 as in
t8s, r2e; $050.
W E Uonney to Canyon Creek Ceme
tery Association, tract in t 4 s, r U e ;
Harriet Woods to 8 K Harrington,
Intl of blk I, 1st add to Park Place;
J I) & E A Lee to X J Fosberg, lots tl
and 0 in hlk II ; 11800.
Frank A Moore to C E Slopor, lot 1, 2,
3 and 4. hlk 130; $2000.
Win Miller to li F Hoover, 48 40 as in
John A Talbert to Giant Powder Co,
2i as in Moose claim; fHKK).
Myrle Palmer to Kitty Itult, ,12 sq rds
In sec 4, t 2s. r 2 e; ').
Win Armstrong to John W Armstrong,
10 as in t 2 s. r 1 e: ixoo.
II A Lee to Mary M Kelly, 10 ns of
P Lee claim, sec 34, t 4 s; 2o0.
Herbert J Thorne to Mrs Mary Thorne
lot 1 and WM of ne'i of sec 10, t 3 s,
r 3 e, 00 08 as, subject to mortgage of
John A Thaver to W E Johnson 38 as
of Chas Walker claim, in sec 3, t 3 s,
r 2e: tl.')30.
K Goueher to E II Cooper, 8 ns in sec
0, r 2 e : $2250,
F M Amen to Lydiu Bigolow, so '4' of
ol ne,''4 and ne'4 of ge'a of sec 11, t 0 s,
rl e, HO as; 11500.
Lydiu lligelow to F M Ames, lots 1. 2
and 3 in blk 5, Falls View add; 1500.
Lucy L Itogers to trustees First Chris
tian church of Cinhy, lot 0 in blk 21,
uanoy ; fuo.
Reme ly did great work for II. J.
Lewis, of Anderson's Mills, 8. C. He
had sciatic rheumatism in the left hip
and leg, and for six weeks was not able
to sit up or walk a step ; and suffered
untold agonies when the pains darted
up and down his leg. After using
Drummond's Lightning Remedy for
Rheumatism for two weeks, he wrote
that lie could walk and that the pain
wut gone. If you suffer from rheuma
tism and wish to be cured, ask you
druggist for Drummond's Lightning
Remedy, and if lie has not got it, write
to the Driimmond Medicine Co., 48-50
Maiden Lane, New York. Agents
HUNKS! BLANKS 1 1 BLANK
For Sale at the Coi'iukr office:
Bond for Deed,
(Jail Claim Deed,
Circuit Court Criminal Subpoena
Teachcra' llcxirt Carda,
Partial Payment Keul Estate Contract,'
Copy of Suininona,
Notice to 'larnlahce,
Anawer lo Garnishee,
Writ of Atlai-luDi-nr,
Justice Hubpocua, civil,
Juatlce Biihpoona, criminal
Special or private blanks printed on
application expeditiously and correctly.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The Boat Salve in the world for Cuts,
.Iruises, Sores, Ulcers, Suit Rheum,
lever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
CulllilRlna, Coma, and nil Skin Eruptions, and
positively curei Plica, or no pay required. It ia
guaranteed to give perfect anllBlaotion. el
money refunded. Price 23 cents, per box For
aaie by u. A. Harmng.
SEE THE WORLD'S FAIR FOR
Upon receipt of your wMroM nrnl flfteou conti in
poritiiKeKtmniM, we will mull you pwhnlil ourMntivB-
Nlll I'OHTFUUO Or TIIK Woltl.It'a COLUMIIIAN Kxi'O-
ition, ttiu regular pi loo tit Fifty centtt, but wt wo
wmit you to havo onu, wo imtko the price tiunilnnl.
Ton will Und ft Work of art ami a thinff to be
Iirlffd. It contain1 full jtagv tiuws of the (rout
HiiliUnffM, with dtwcrtptioiiM of name, ami In t'lrcut.-d
In thv hiKhiit Htyleof nrt. If imt tmthflrtl with It
aftur you k( ft, wu will ntf 11ml the Btauip and le
you kuttp the bonk. Arirircm
II. K, UUl'KLKN A CO., Chicugu, III.
CITATION TO HEIRS.
mU DKI.II.AII SAWJKNT. W. II. EDMONDS, COIt-
A tifllim Kdmniiili. A. HarKMit, J. Haricot ami Kali
fttwnt, uelrxat-law ol Jacob V. Miller, UweaiWHJ:
In the 11 am of the state uf On-iron, you ami each
of you art commandwl and cited to apirear before
l ie lumoniifie county jtiuua or i;iHCKiiian county.
late of Oretfon. at hli oft.ee In the court boa He at Or
cgon ( ity, urcgon, on floti'iay, uciuer ai, ihu.j, ai
10 o'clock a. m., then and tlit-re to uliow caue, If
any ex lit, why an order atid licence may not be
irranted the admlnlMtratrlx tu aell lota H and 4 of
block 2K of Mllwaukle, Oregon, aa prayed for lu her
pt'titloii now on file.
Wit ii I'M the Hon. J. W. Meldrum, Judg of nald
court and iny ofuclal teal thin August .'1st,
(1KO. F. JIOHTON,
County Clerk aud Clerk of County Court.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
NOTICE in hereby given to all whom It may
eoiH'ern Llmt the uiKleraliriied has been bv
the eoiinty e urt of ('lackmiiaa county, Oregon,
Hiipoitited executrix of the estate of A. K. I
Hhltilev. demeaned, and that all nenon having
chiluiH aKaltiat anid entato are hereby not I lied to
present the name, with Ihe proper voucher, to
ton iiiKlerxlKDed at the otl ice of Miller &
Ull'lcr, attorneys, Ki"1 Firm atreet, Portland, Or.,
wiuiin nix inoniiia ironi una unie.
Dated thlH lltli dav of AugUHt. A. I). 1W3.
6' KLIN I A K. flHII'LKY.
AdtninlMtratrU of (he estate of A. U. Shipley.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
r AM) OFFICK AT OKKGON CITY. OREOON.
Li AiiL'tist st, 18K3. Notice la hereby ulven that
the following-named sot tier haa filed notice of his
intention to make flnnl proof In aupport uf hli claim,
under section viitol It. 8., and that Maid proof will be
made bcrure ttie Kegliter and itcceuer u. s, i.nnn
OtHce, at llrnii city, Oregon, on October Kith, 1W3,
Via: ( HA HI, KM X. PKAI'fclt, lid. K. AO. tfdOl,
for lota 6 and 0 of SeO. 0, Twp. 3 8, R. 1 K. He
namea the following witness- to prove his Continu-
oua residence upon and cultivation of aald land, I
fix: Allien tuu, widen liavkiaon, Henry uana
and fctigar uaviuaon, an oi utwi'tcn, uregon.
... uuu&HT a MiiyLMi, itegwer.
TIioro who have Used Dr. King's New Discovery
know Ha vnhio, and those who Itavo not, have iiuw
the iipHirtuiifty to try It Free. Call on the advert Ued
DrugglHt ami get a Trial It dtle, Free. Hend your
name aud addrew to H. K. Bucklen A Co., Chicago,
ami gut a sample box of Dr. Klng'a New Life l'ills
Free, aa well aa a cony of Guide to Health and
Household Instructor, Free. All of which is gitiirau I
tend to do you good am I cost you nothing at Ueo. A
luruHig a DDigxtore.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
f AND OFFICK AT OltKOON CITY, OKKGON.
U August &r, 1H)3. Notice ia hereby given that the
loilowuig-nuineu auuier naa nieu nonce or ma inten
tion to make final proof In aupport of Ida claim, and
that aald proof will be made before the regfater and
receiver at Oregon City, Oregon, on October 24, IX'M,
vit: JOS K I'll 1. B1YK1W, Ud. App. No. 74H4, for the
N. 'jot K.,HN.orNK,'4ee.'AT.4a , K. 9 K. I
He names the following wituettea to prove Ms con
tinuoua nmence upon ami cultivation or said lain),
vis: o. w. Maynein, u. Wallace, Tliomaa farlili, Al
K. kaudul, all of HiKhlatm, Oregon.
ItOllKKT A. MILLER, Biglster.
NOTICE FOIi PUBLICATION.
T AND OFFICK AT OltKGON CITY. OKKGON.
U Align! 26, IK'A Notice in hereby given that the
loiiowing-naiiKHi settler lias tiled notice of Ids in ten
tlon to make Anal proof In mipHirt of Ida claim under I
Sec. ftto, It. S., and that said proof will be made be.
lore (lie rcgixter ami receiver at Oregon City, uregou,
App. No UaM.'furt'he K. K of NK. i and N. U of
SK. See. 14, T. 2 8 , It. 0 K. He names the follow
ing wiimtMcs to prove his continuous residence upon
ami cultivation of uahl land, viz: Adolf. Asrhotf, F.I
8. I'eake, Kinauufl Stem, B, J, IVnke, all of Mar-
mot, Oregon. KOHKKT a, .ilILLKIt, Ibgitdur.
For Ovar Fifty Yeiira.
An Old anii Wkll-Tiiiko Hkmkot. Mr. Win
dow's Soothing Hvi-uiihiis been lined for over tifty
years by million of mothers for their children while
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
f AND OFFICE AT OKKGON CITY. OKEGON.
U August 2o, W& Notice la hereby given that the
follow. ug-iiaiueu settler lias nitnl notice of his inten
tion to make nual inwf iu oupHirt of his claim, and
that said proof will be made tefore the register and
receiver at Oregon City, Oregon, on October 24, 18ii:l,
viz: WILLIAM D. THOMAS. Hd App. No. o7tH.
teething, With perfect iiiicoMH. It aoothca the child, for the K. of NK. Vi, SW. of NK. H aud UK.
iins, allays an pain, cures wind ooiio,'oin '4 reo. o, t i h. t k,
aofteiift the giuiiH,
and la the Inmt remetly for Dlarrluea. Ia pleaaant to
the taate. Hold by DruggiHta In every part of the
World. Twenty-live cents a bottle. Its value la In
calculable, lte aura and ak for Mra. Wlnslow'a
tloothlng Hynip, and take no other kind.
He names the fol
lowing witn'-mea to provu Ida continuous residence
unon ami cultivation of aald land, viz: David It.
Thomapi, Dudley M Baldwin, W llliam Bramhall, II.
A, miller, all uiAims, Oregon.
KOHKKT A. HILLED, ltegister.
ORDINANCE NO ... .
iUK(10N CITY DOKS O It OA IN, AS FOLLOWS:
1. There is hereby assessed upon each lot or part thereof lying abutting upon Main i
iable therefore, and upon the Kast Side Kailway Compauy, the several sums of money
street, anil anie therefore, ami unon tne Kast sine Kaliway uoinoauv. the suvHra anina tit mnnov
hereinafter Uulieated, to pay (or the improvement of said street under the provisions of ordinance
The aggregate nmoiim of such assessment being the probable coat of the Improvement, htreto
fora aseertaiued ami determined by the city council: and the eity reeorder Is hereby directed to
enter a siuteiueni uereui in me ihhut oi cmj ni'iiv, a provmeu oy oee. iuv oi tne charter,
HUM K. I.OT. OWNkK'S NAHR, PKSCKtlTION. dl M ABS8EI.
Beginning al a point on southerly piojectlon
of west line Main street, 51. fi feet distant from
southeast corner of block 1, thence southerly
on said wealerly line Main street 24 feel;
tlienee westerly at right - angles loo feet;
thence northerly at riieht an tries 24 feet;
thence easterly at right angles 100 feet to
own kit's NAMK.
In Paris, the most brilliant city of tho
world, lunacy haH increased during the
past 10 years :J0 per cent. There are
everal screws looee in civilization
that bears such horrible fruit.
At Uaytun, Wash., wheat is 30 cents
bushel. Low price of cereals have
deeply Involved many of the farmer
in mat section.
Card of Thanks.
I hereby extend my thank to the
boys for compliments paid to mo aa a
fireman, ami I hone that they will d.i
theirdiity in Ihe future as I have dune in
the past. The pride and honor of a lire
man is to save property, life and distress
D. J. Sl.OVKK.
1 4 Ort'Kim
1 a Cily
1 2 MiluufnrturhiK
1 1 Company
2 4 Jitlia liit'Mttt'h tout
Awis of tHwimiiug
t'Ulllllltlll Ht thti aontllPRat rorn.r Mnclc 1.
Ihuncu siiiitli.rly Hlonic weatcrly lliu ol Muln
iri-i .)i 0 im; liii'lice weal.rly al mint aiiulcf
lerl: llicnru norilit'rly at riKlit jl.tf
left: thi'iK'o fusti rly at riglit anglr. wo test
to lti' ol htwtmilnic
A GOOD THINU TO KEEP AT HAND.
from On jyo (A'diuatj chltj.
Some year ago we were very much
subject to severe spells 0f cholera mor
liu; and now when we feel any of the
J?t0m',.that P80"11 Precd that ail
men , wch a. wckoes at the stomach,
diar.b.ea .etc., we become cary. We
i ?02 Chmber ''' Colic, Cholera
alratghten one out in such cases, and
ougr LV' vw tHtal. but to let
our reader know what i. a good thing:
by O. A. HardmgjOrugirigt.
Don't Taka Our Word.
But rail your dniKvist to one side and
ariK him privately which of all the reme
dies advertised to cure rheumatism he
would recommend. If he is posted and
conscientious, he will toll you that lr.
Drummond's l.iirlj tniny Remedy is the
only one that oilers a reward of f")(K) for
a rase that cannot he cured. One bottle
will cure any ordinary case. With
sensible people this is the strongest
recommendation. Sold by druggists,
or sent to any address by express.
Drummoud Medicine Co., 48 50 Maiden
Lane, New York. Agents wanted.
Among the incidents of rhildhood that
stand out in bold relief, as our memory
reverts to the days wnen we were young,
none are more prominent than severe
sickness. The voting mother vividly
remember that it wus Chamlerl.iiirs
Cough Remedy cured her of croup, anil
in turn administer it to her n oil
spring and always with the best results.
For sale by U. A. Harding, druggist.
3 Tliomaa Cluirinun
a J K Ayer
2 Mra. K. IliiriueUter
1 M. (irahain
t O. T.WIlli.ma
ml M. A. sirallon
EUt-of ('. W. Pot
Mra Ann Jtiiociir
ami II. '. SlfVrna
Mm. Ann Jnirr
six) ll.C. Slt-Tflia.
Instruction books (or l lanos, organs
and all string instruments at Hurmeia-1
terA Andresen. I
IU'iiIiiiiIiik nt aimlheiiat rornrr lot 4. thence
northerly sIouk t line Main atrtel a lenj
thence westerly at riulit hiikIchH" reel; theneti
aouiiieriy aa ri!ni HiiKiea teal; llienea east
erly Ht riflit sniilua s" leet lo point of he-
Ui'Kinuliig at northeast comer lot 4. thrnee
southerly hIoiik wet line of Muln Mreet 40 3
test: thance westerly at right anttles S7 fe,t;
thence aonthelly ill riiflit annlea 'JS leet:
theneti ueat.rly at rich! aiiflrs Is fvt;
thene northerly pi rik'lit anities lis J leet;
thencn easterly at ri(ht mules 111 (eel to
point of bcKlnniliK
South hull lot 3. cut otr by s line at right
unities to Main atreet
North hair lot 3, eut olT by a Una at Hum
anities to Main street
ltfitinntna; at aoutheusi corner lot i, thrnee
northerly along: west line M.iin street '..7j
feet; Ihenee westerly at riRht unities ;. leet;
thence aolithcrly ut riitht anitlea .75 1,,1;
tlienee easterly at right anglea 7., (eel lo polul
Iteaianina' at northeast comer lot2,thenea
aoutnerly along west line Main street 4
feet; thence westerly at riiiht unities 7.'i leet;
tlienee aontherly at right hliifles .7.) leet;
ihenee westerly at right anale. W leet; thance
nortlierly at right angle. tsg f,vt; thenee
easterly at right anglea 10.', leet to point of
Suih half of lot 1. rut oft" by a line al right
angles tu Main street
North hall nt lot I, cut off by a line at right
anglea to Main aireet
ItegilllilnK at aeutheast corner lot 4: thene
northerly on west line Main street Si f,-i;
Ihenee westerly at right angles feet; thenee
northerly al rigtit anglas 14 fet; tlienee
westerly at right angles ;'sV feel; thenee south
erly at right angles .',7 feet: thenee easterly at
right angles Uk (eel to point of beginning
Httginnmg at a Miint on tne west line of Main
street Xt fetit northerly from the southeaat
corner of lot 4, thence westerly at right angl
to Main tn-t AO feel: thenee northerly at
right angles -4 f,: Ihenee westerly at right
anglea .v f, et: Ihenee northerly b me
northerly line ol sant lot 4: Ihenee at right
angles rasterlv to Main street. lUetae fc.ultv.
erly to plai-e of heglnnlna;
beginning at the Mi;keio.t corner of iai.1 loll,
bio, h S; Ihenee wi-sterly IUS feel: thenre
nor.herlT to line of pmiierty owneil tiy M M ,
T. I., and h. K. ('barman:' thenee at rigtit
anglea easterly 31 fret; them Kiatrteriv at
right angl,- M teef: thent-e easterly al nghl
angles u Main street; thenee to IneptaiTof
t l.K) 711
Mra. M. U ( harmail,
T. I.. I'liarman,
K. K. (.'Iiarmaii
J. iJigns Fslate and
Mra. I'lara Morcv
llrglniilng nt northeast corner of lot 8. thenee
westerly along north line of lot II lift (eeli
Ihenee aontherly along west lino lot I till
feel: tlicnei) enatrily al right anglea HI leet:
Ihfhcu southerly at right anglea 'H (eel:
IIkiuo easterly al right anglea 74 feet to
Muln street; thence tiorthu
aireet to point of beginning
J. Log nt Palate ami
I!. O. Albright, Jr.
(len. Harding. N. o.
Vt'ahlen and Mrs. Clara
(len. Harding. N. O. .
Walden anil Mri. Clara
Oregon Ixxlge. Nn. ,
I O.O. K.
E. P. Kelly
lleglniilng al toiilheasl corner lot tl, Ihenee
northerly nn west line Main atreet 4U7 feet;
thenee westerly at right anglea lu', feel ; Ihenee
iMttherly al right anglr. 4'..7 leel; thence
easterly at right anglt a m feel In plnce ol be-
leglnning at northeast comer 1. 1 2; Ihenee
aontherly along west line Main street '.II (eel:
Ihenee westerly at right anglea IH'i feel; thenee
noithurly ut right anulrs '.tl leel; Ihenee east
erly at right anglea ln.'i feel lo place uf In.
Many peoplo, not aware of the dangers
of constipation, neglect the proper rem
edy till the habit become chronic, or
inflammation or stoppage results. A
dose or two of Ayer'i l'ills In the hegil
ning would have prevented all this.
Kipans Tubule euro hcadacho.
John Hch rain
Mllllnnmnh Korige No.
A. K. & A. M.
All ol south half ol lot i, smith nf Alley.
North half of lot t, em oil' by s line at rlglir
nnglea lo Mulu street
lieglnnlng at southeast comer lot 1; thence
northerly 4X7 feel along west line Muln street:
thenee westerly at right aiigles lu'i feel; Ihenee
southerly al right angle W 7 feel: Ihenee
easterly at right anglea lo.', feet In point of
lieglnnlng ut nnrllieust cor nor lot 1; Ihenee
aontherly along weal line Muln street 'iVA leal;
thence westerly at right anglea lu'i feel:
thfiieo northerly al right anglea 'J.'i.1 feet;
anglea n I et tu
BON'IJS FOII 8ALK.
CKAI.EII PIUS W II.I. UK IIKI'KIVKII IIY TIIK I
m trwisiirer nf Clackainaa comity, at liia nfllee In I
Hie courthouse in Oregon Cily. ud In li o'clock
noon, August ai'.ili. ISM, for tho tale of bonds to
Die amount uf ft'SU of achmil distHrt Nn. 8 of
Olai-kalnaa county, Oregon. Said bonila not to be
Bold below mr, llonds tu bear aev.n pr cent. In.
terest. lutercKl ami principal MiyabtiMittlioll)ee
of tha ouunty treusurer at Oregon city, Oregon.
Kmlorae envelope, "I'mpouila fur the Piirehaae nf
ft-iinol iioiiaa." itigiit reaerveii to reject any or all
i.i.u y II cil me
Oregon lily, Atlf. 17, 1KWI. t.ounty Treaaiirer.
APPLICATION FOR LICENK.
IfOTICK 19 IIKREIIY (IIVKN THAT I HIIAM.
' apply to the city council of Oregon city. Ore
gon, Inr a saloon license to continue iny auloon
located in Oregon Cily. aald license to date from
u.... 1 T.I. .Ulb-I , ,
oepieinutr flu, in., n. ,ivur.u.
APPLICATION FOR LICKNRK.
UOTICK IS II KHKIIV GIVKN THAT I SHALL
ia apply tu the city council uf Oregon I'ity, Oregon,
for a saloon license to continue my aaloun lucatud iu
ur?gun tity, aum Iicenaeioiiaie rmni Sepienitier 24,
1SM.I. AI.Ur.lll BUMj1,1.HU.
Hank nf Oregon Cily.
Hank nl OrcguiiCily
L. Jaggar, CI, A. Ilnnllng
and Mm. I'lara Storey
II. C. Blcveua. L. Jaggar.
tl. A. Harding and Clara Morey
Mlsa K. Ilareluy
Mlsa K. Ilareluy
('. II. A K. (1. Caiitlelil
li Caiilleld Kalate
Mra. M M. Chnrmun
St. raitl'a Parish ol Oregon City
Kirat llnptlst church of Oregoa Cily
Andibiahop of the Cathollo
ehun'li for Ihe diocese of
Oregon City, Vt'.U. (Irnaa
Archbishop nf the Catholic
ctiureli for the dlecese of
Oregon City, W. II. (irosa.
Archbishop of the Catliullc
church for the diocese of
Oregon CI y, W. II. I irosa
Archbishop ol the Catholic
church for the diocese of
Oregon City, W. II. Urost
(len. liroitghton .
Mra. O. Albright
Alden Fiult fc Vegetable Preserving f'n.
Mra. H. K. I'aipiet
Mra. H. K. I'aouet
June K. Ilnek
June R. Ilnek
I.. T. Harlii
Jamea Dolnn Kstate
Juuiea Dolun Kstate
Jamea liolau Kstate
James Holun Kalate
A. K. Walt.
J. Login r.tu(e and C. O. Albright.
J. Login Kstate and C. O. Albright
L. T. Ha rln
L. T. Hnrltl
John nil Freytag
them:e easterly at right
point ol ijeginniug.
M feet nlTthc snnlherly side of lot 8, cut olT
by a Hue at righl aiiglea In Mulu aireet
till feet off the northerly aide 'of lot 8 cut
oil' by a Hue at rlghb anglea to Mulu sheet
Westerly half of lot 8, cut oft" by a line parallel
tu Main street
Kasterly half of lot s, ent nn by n line par
allel to Main street
Westerly hull of lot 7, rut nfl" by a line par
allel to Minn street
Kusterly half of lot 7, cut otr by a Hue par
allel lo Mniii street
C. X. (ireeunian
Mra. M E. Harlow
Mra. M. K. Hurlow
Oipha F. Crosa
Society of Oregon Cily
Society ol Oregon Cily
J. D. Hurtling
Geo. A. Harding
Hen. A. Harding
Northerly luilf of lot 7. cut oft" by a line at
right-angles lo Main street
Southerly half of lot 7. cut oft" bv a line at
rlghl tliiglea In .Muln street
22 8 L Comer
Northerly half of lot 7, eut lift" by a line at
rlght-iiugles to Muln street!
Southerly hull ol lot 7, i ut oft" bv a lineal
right nng es to Main street
Beginning at nnrlhwent corner lot S; ihenee
southerly on line Main sireel 88 feet; thenee
ciuterli at right angles (W feet: tl.euco north
erly at right angles :tl le. t: tlienee westerlr
at right angles lii feet to plueu of beginning. '
liegitining at noriliciiat corner lot 8: thenee
westerly aiong a. nun line mm street 41) feet;
thenee aontherly nt rlghl nngleiMI feel; thenee
anslerly at right angles 40 feel: thenee north
erly at right angles 33 feet to place of begin
ning. Archbishop of the Catholic doiitherly Imlr of lot S, cut offliy a line at right
church for the ilioceaeof angles to Main street
Oregon City, W. II. (irosa
Archbishop nf Ihe Catholic
church for'the. dloceae of
Oregon City. W. II. Qroaa
Mrs. II. L. Milli
E. G. Chunnan
E. E Chamian
Kstate of J, Login
Mra. J. G. Siuuiiaon
Mrs. F. E. Caldwell
Mra. F. E. Caldwell
Estate of J. Muder
Mrs. Margarete Wygaut
M. A. Strntton
Trustees of M. E. Church
of Oregon City
Trustees nf M. E. Church
of Oregon Cily
II. C. Stevens
II. C. Stevens
II. C. Stevens
Mra. Ann F. ami L Jaggar
Commercial Bank of Oregon City
M. K. Harlow win J. ll. intvlil
62 feet of northerly slile i.f lot 0, cut uffhy a lino
at riglit-angles to Main street
14 feet off southerly side of lot It, cut off by a lino
tit rlglit-anglea lo Muln street
North half of lot 7, rut oft by a line ut right
angles to Main atreet
Kotith liulfuf lot 7, eut nn" by a line ut right
angles lo .Muln street
North Imlr of lot A, eut oft' by a line at rlght-nnglee
to Main street
South hull i f lot tl, cut off by a line at right niiglra
to Muln street
4il feet off north aide of lot 5, cut oft hy a lino at
right-angles to Main street
. 17 feet off southerly side of lot .1, cut offby a line
at right angles to Mulu street, ulao alley as lli'dl.
II. W. ltoss
II. W. llosa
J. H. Graham
A. D. Gmbam
Mra. M. E. Harlow
N. (). Wahlen
A. L. Kichunlson
II. L. L Clark
A. L. Kichunlson
II. 1. L. Clnrk
II. L. L. ( lark
r-ortland Flouring Milla
John Parson, lelrn Royal
and (tnoml Koyul
W L, White
T. L. Churman
M. C. Barlow and J. T.
Mra. Annie If Hall
lleginnltig at northwest lcornr lot K, thence
southerly along esst line of Muln atreut 37.7 feet;
tlienee easterly nt right angles 7(1 feet; tlienee
northerly at right-angles 37.7 feet; thenee westerly
at right-angles 70 feet to place of beginning
Also Beginning at northeast corner lot H, tiience
westerly along south line Fifth street 35 feet;
thonce southerly ut right-angles :t4.ttt reel; Ihenee
easterly at right-auglcs 3i feet: thence northerly
ut right-angles ::4 Ho feet, to place of beginning
Beginning nt southwest corner lot H, Ihenee
nortlierly along east linn Mailt street 32 feot;
thenoe easterly at right-angles 70 feet: llionce
southerly at rlglit.nuglea 32 recti tlienee westerly
at right-angles 70 feet lo pluoo of beginning
Beginning at snulheiist comer lot s, thenoe
northerly along east line of lot 8 JM.SS feet: thenee
westerly at riglit-angles 35 feet: thenco aontherly
ut riglit angles ;i4Xi feel j Ihenee easterly at riglit
angles 3i feet to place of beginning
:t!.7 feet off northerly side of lot 7, cut off hy a
line at right-angles to Main street
37 feet off southerly aide of lot 7, cut oft by a III),
at right angles to M iin street
21 feet oft northerly aide of lot cut uffby a Hoi
at right-tingles to Main street
Beginning on easterly line ol Main atreet 2ft feet
southerly from north west corner lot S. thence
southerly on east line of Main street 21 feet: thence
easterly at right-angles Hfi feet: thence northerly
at riglit-angles 21 fe-t; thence Westerly at right
- angles lu'i feet to place of beginning
Beginning at a point on easterly line Main street
41 feel southerly from northwest corner lot 8,
thence southerly 21 leet along east line Main
street; I hence easterly at right-angles 105 feel:
Ihenee northerly at right anglea 21 feet: thenee
westerly ut riglit-anglm HO feat to place of be
ginning .:t feel of southerly side of lot S, out eft! by a Una
at right-angles to Main street
R5.S feet off nortlierly sl.le of t 7, cut oh by a line
at right-iingles to Main street
33 feel ef .otithcrlv side of hit
at right-angles to Main street
, cut oft by a line
No-tli half of lot S, rut offl.jr a line nt light-angles
to Main street
S.tlth half of lot S, cut offby a line nt right-angles
to Main street
17 1 feet off northerly side of lot 7, rut off by a
line at right-angles to Main street
52 feet off southerly side of lot 7, cut off bv a line
at right a-igles to Main street
The East Sl.le Railway
B..gtntii g at most westerly corner block 2!l
Ihenee ftiutherty along e.sl boundary Mala street
7ti.'feel: thence easterly at right angle. 100 feet:
thence northerly at right-angles 76.5 feet; thene.
westerly at right-angles loll feet to place of be.
Park addition to Oregon City, west half of block A
Beginning at a point on Main street 110 feet.
N'ortherlv of the oorlheMt Corner of bl.s-k 14 of
Oregon City, Ihenee at right-angles westerly 10 1
feet, thence at right angles northerle 1:12 f.el.
theoce at right-angle easterly Its) feet to Main
atreet, thence along Maio street to Ihe place of
The franchise of Ihe Ct Side R dtwav Corn
suiv. granted to It under the provii.uisof ordin
ance No. l.'fcl. of Oregon Clfy. Oregon, more
particularlv dewribed aa follows, to-wit: Be
ginning at a noil t 2 no feet east of Ihe center
line of Main stm-t at its Interseetl-.n with the
north line nf Third street, said point being one
fisit west .of the wisit rail of said Conimnv's
Ireek; Ihenee northerly and northristrrlv par-,
allel with and one f-sai from the west rail of
Mid eoBipany's track to the north line ol Four,
teenth street in Mid Oregvo Cily. tbenceeasferlv
at right angles lo sal.l ompny'. tiafk 7 feefi
thn.-e ftattherlv parallel With mM rail of Saul
eftipny's tnwk. and nne f.t et of it to the
north line of Third street In said eitr: thence at
rfaht anrlea weMerly 7 feet tn place of brtn
ninc: with all switches and Inmonts. and all
privilege. .w. eament,, arenie.1 ,sr acerninc
ander the pnAisioos f aid ordinance. Sam
Ordered nl It-bet by the e:ty nrnorll at Oregon Citi. u a mm t ee heH Aa.'W4 SHI., W
- L. L. MKTKtt. Re-ordr.
1 11 M
2 15 S2
I 'd 71
whot l tho condition oi your 4- is your imir ory, e
linrsh, brittle? Does It pllt at tho end? Has It
Ii(ulvs5 appc-arnncc? Docs It fall out when combed or 5.
brushed t Is it full of dandruff ? Does your scalp itch ?
Is It dry or In a heated condition ? If these ore some of
your 8ymrtc;.is be warned in time oryou will become bald. J.
Skookum Root Hair Grower i
1 la whatyou need. In production la not an accident, but the rMtillof rienlllto
research, knowledge of tha diseases of tho hulrenil sj alp i led In lha
ery of bow tot rem them, "skookmn "coniuliia neither mlnerala nor oils. It
l.notaDye.butadeligiiifullycis.liug and reinlung louie. Hy atiiuulailii f
the folllck ll Hum yuliaj Amr. earn luiidru and growl AoiryalawJ
h""l'tr Keep tha icaln eltan, heatthT. and free from Irrllatlnc "'Pl"'"f l m
tho use ot aiba,taanwAwiii. 11 dwtroia IHirOJKW Wmu'4, whuh U v !
",'V'Vour''drugl"i cannot aupplTTOO send dlrMM mi I w l'""'rj 5
prepiil.l, on receipt uf prlto. orower, ilW per lailtla I ( (or i.00. Duap.Wo. JJ
THF? SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
a- TRAHP HAlla. ar Kouin mh AYenue, ISew 1 or, H. . JM
f ; m-' "Tj I
Ti r I 'i ii r i a:
siiiaui'i'-s sai.ic r.iii:it f.hje-
III Ihe Clrciill Court of Hie stale of on gnu for
the Coiitity oi cluckaiiiiia.
Nellie I'. Ilrow II, I'lillntlll'.
II, W. Wesmuuil l M. I at Is,
Hlntc of (Iregotl, I
County n elm kiiioiis.l
Vollce la hereby given lluil by vlilue nl nit
Isexecutloii mill older of rule Issued out of the
circuit court ol l lie siule ol Oregon loi Ihecoiiiiiy
ol t'liickiiuiaa. In-iirlng date the i-'nd du) ol July,
IM03, In u sun uherelll Nellie I'. Hum 11 Is plum
till', and II. W. Hesco ami I.. M. Unvls ute de
fell. Inula, i in, innuidliig me. III llie liuliieol the
stile of (,regon. lllill olll of lllu real estate here
limner .1. m i il il. lo realize a sum siiillclciit lo
sutislvthe ileuiilKls ol niiiI decree. to Mil: (lll,
togetfier Willi Interest on Ihe emtio since March
Till, lairj, at s percent per annum, and also Ihe
coats ol urn I ii I u inlliig this siile end nil allorlic)
fee nf flnu, no. I cost now accrued ol '.n lo.
Now, therelore, III obedience to such decree, I
did, on tin, nth day ol August, l.-iSl. duly lcy
iiniti, and will, on Saturday llie o:h duy ol
HepiemlH-r, Imli, ut the hour ol one o'chc k p. in
nl Mild iluy, at Hie I I door of the eoiirl house
In said eoiiulv, oiler lor sulu ut public aiicllnu,
and sell in the highest ami hc.l bidder, for cash
lu bund, all of the rlghl. title and Interest the
Mil Id ilelellilillils hud 00 the Till duv ol M'l'tclll-
bcr, Isol, In und to the Inllnw lug ilescrllieil teal
proiwrly, in ti li: The w.i, nl mcIIoii In lu lown
alilp 2 aoulh nl range li cost of Ihe S illnnie'.te
Hilled Hits lllh day of August, A. IV tun
C. W . UA.Nll.N0,
Hlierllfol Cluckiittiaa Co,, stale ol Or.
I II! 02
3:1 0 .-,
Slatu of Oregon 1
County of claekunins.)
Tho Northwed Kire and Murine
Insurance CnuiNiuy, I'lainiill',
C. II. 1 1 n wort Ii. Marllni s. Huwiiilli
and Hnvlil I', siruitoti, liefeiuiatits.
NOTICK 1.4 IIKIIKIIV tilVKN THAT II V VIII
tue uf an execution sinl order nf snlo tsiied
(Mil ol Ihe -jircuil court of the stute ol Oregon for
the cotiuiv of (iin kainiis. bciirhig dute the I2iii
of July, tso.l, lu a suit wherein Hie Northwest
Fire and Murine lllsiininee Coiiipnnv Is pluln
till, and C. B. Iluworth, MmlhuS llunorih uml
llnvid I'. Strntton wcredelcliih'.uls, eoiniiiullilllig
me, III llie name ol ihe stale nf Oregon, to levy
upon mid seil Ihe rcill eslitt llei'eilluflcr des
cribed nud Ihe inlctcst of Ihe ilcfcliduuts
therein liereliinlter set forth, tu realize a sum
siillieielil In silisly llie deieulids ol sunl
iiecree. 10 wit: c.i''2 o'. togdher witli interest 011
the Millie since said decree '.vus entered ill 8 per
cent. per iiiiiiinn. nit'l iiImi tin stsoi mi, I altcicl-
llu this 1 ale. 1 did. 011 the 2.V.I1 day of July, lh'.i:l, I
duly levy upon, mid will, on Sutiiidny.ihc 23 1 due
of September, bi'ii. itt,the hour or 2 o'clock p.m. of
said day, al the irotit door uf llie cuiirihtiiisf lu
said couiitv. oiler for sale at public 1111. tlon, uinl
sell lo the liihc-t nud hesi biibler, tor cash lu
iiuiiil tho lolmultig described rial i:operty, lo
wit: The s-'i of itie snuihciis: ipiarter, the
uest hull oi the southeast t tui ri-.-r. uinl the
tiorlheiist i(iiaitcl' of the Miulhwell iilurter nl
section 2i'i. all in l( tislilt, two (2) south, rung"
tlve (5) e 11 of Willamette Meridian, end nil tne
estate, righi, ttl,e anil lntere-t Hie dcioiiilaiits
had ur hel i tie rein 1111 the lltli day ol August,
18", the dute 01 ll.e lliorlgitge ilpiin decree of
foreclosure ol wlilch Mild ordcl- of sale Mas
issued uinl li. 11 ail the cutnt , riht, tilicatid
Interest of sal- del lid.ints since u. quired or
now held tin r.-lti.
Hilled tl.ls 2"i:h dav of Aitgiisl. A. Iv lsti:i.
IV W. OANllNH,
Slur.!! oK.'lackiiiiiiisvoiitiiv. Oregon.
Salt Lake, Denver,,
Omaha, Kansas City,
Chicago, St. Louis
1 DAYS to
U n 1 1 10 tte QuIckest to Chi
ll UU I o cago and the East.
U n 1 1 10 Quicker to Omaha
nUUIb and Kansas City.
THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOURIST
SLttPtRS, FKEE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, DINING CARS.
Fur rales uml tit iii riil iiifuin iilii.n lull
on ur iitlilrccH,
W. II. IlL'IiLliLUr.Assl.licii. 1'asa.AKei.t
24 Wiihl.iiiioii St., cor. 'liiird,
I'Uini.ANH, UKKtiliN .
The Shasta t-toute
I UK 'I'll K
SOUlLiilLN i'Atll iC CO.
Express Truitie Lvuve l'urlliinil Hull)-.
fouib.'i ; ' j . ; ftwtto. -
t ::.'P.M. 1 Lv rorilmiii .. Arl io'i"i .
7.11 p.m. iv oienon ( a,- 1,,. y.jJi;'
."''L'.i'i.l i raiieisuo l.v ;:oo r,
'llie iibovo iruiits stoj. iraiiuuhui7Tr)ui
!'", All'"' inclusive, laiisunt, Mhu.M-s
llulaey, H111 rtabiirK, Juuellmi Cilv, Irving Eo
cene und all stall. .11, (rum K iscbi'irit to Aaii an.l
UO.-Klll'ini M. , HAII.V "
.V3UA M l.v I'ortlillld
:'!1 l. M. l.v orcKou l ily
r.'yjf. ii. I Ar Koscloirx
1:30 p. K
IHNISt; CAUS ON titiliHN koutk.
I-C I. L.V AX UVFFKT SLEEPEliS
SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING CARS
Allitcheil lo allTltrimitli I riilns.
llelne.n I'Olili.ANU und COM VAH.JS.
-. '"" f.xt'KM an niia Y.)
5 .'.II A M
l.v i:w p. si.
Is a pleasant, safe, and sure cure for Conght,
colds, and all throat aud luug affectloui.
I. D. HOLDEN, Stockton, Cal.
For Sale by Geo. A. IIakdinc
Purely a vegetable compound,
made entirely of roots and herbs
gathered from the forer.ts of
Georgia, and has been used by millions
of people with the best results. It
All manner of Blood diseases, from the
pestiferous little boil on your nosa to
the worst cases of inherited blood
taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism,
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
tree. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Cia.
At Albany and iWvithla conned with iraina
dilreaon l'uelilc Kullroml. ""
" TU US Jl Al n' ( K XI'KI'T BUNDA Y. I
I '' I'orllii'ud ArK:2.'iA.M
' Ar MeMltinvllle t.v R:Iu A. M.
TO A 1,1. HUNTS IN TIIR
EASTKHS STAIKS. CAVaDA AM) KI'llOI'K
fan lie nbluliud at the loivest tales frnm
I.. II. MroltK, Afcilit.Olll'im fHy
li. KOKHI.KR. K. I'. KIKIKKS.
Mill 1.01 1 Af,l I 1 A F' A If. tl
after eatlufc a hearty uical, and tho
result U a chronic oase of Indiges
tion, Sour Stomach, Heartburn,
Dyspepsia, or a bilious attack.
Promote Piffpntlon, Ttrs-nlatP the
toi.iuch, LivtT RUtl IltfuclH, I'tirily
the BIoimI. auiiure u I'ttwitive Cure r
t'onmipHiioiit Hick HendiichCt liil
Ioumik'hn uml all othor UlseaMs ariMiiR
tnnu a tliwinlt-retl contilticu of the Lh r mul
Stomacb. Tlit'y ott ut'iitiv yet promptly, uud
perffft (lltT.-j-li'tn fN.-WH their uae.
Ktpnni TatinlfK takt thf place of an Ent iro
rUeulciue IhcM ami KltmiM tie kujitlur
Sold by druggists or tent by
Price, . Tito Dollar.
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.
10 Sprue. St., New V.rk.
AGENTS WANTED on Salary and Corn
mission for THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
BiQSRARHY OF JAMES G. BLAINE.
By (itll. H AM l.rov. bis lltorarv exeont .r.
witb tlie ei.i ration ,:l til-fntnilv. und f. r 11 r.
Blaine's 1 ot,i.:elcW..rk-. ' l tS I V VK HH
Of t (N(.hl-i."and his Inter In.c. !.
MrlCAI. I'IM'l lt " (me oro-Dci los
I for these :t IIKT si Kl. LINK bo k in the mar
j kt. A. K. I". Jord ni "I lc ,t.- li Unorders from
first 110 tails; uifciit'. iiroiit sjf.it; .ii. Irs. Itnl
I larrt ,.t i. to. a 1 .or.'i-s. i;i u Russia, in 1 d.iv:
imtit '; 'J.t. K. i . Iti.-e of Mas., to k ;7 orders
1 III 2da's: ,r,nt 4, .1. l'artn te of Me
' tis'k 4;ionlcp. in m ;a; eaVs: jirotit ;. 'J.l. K.
' .4. Palmer nf . I', k took -t ord- r in :t ilivs;
. pr.itit :m a.t. Ir.t'i.riVK i r.iti:iTt;Y
alien. If y. u w-ti to i,1:4i.c I.M;.K MuM:v.
a rite Itlinndiately for lerm to the;
HENRY EILL FU3. Ci . Ks-vihh. Conn.
Ore?Gn Pacific Pr'i'road Company
K. W. HAIILKY, IIecbivkb.
TliU Conijmnv's sti'iniilioats;
oi'n,pI--u,,,'.',.V:!' .. " f'l". b'' H'u'll
. illtli-K His i Kie" . . t'apt, 11, J. Vuuni,
...... ,,. ,,,, VHry j,,,, tt
Clint, us ciieiiiii-tiniees luay n'illlre, without Initios,
Leave I'oitlaud, Sui.diiy, Widnesduv and Frlilay.
ii 11. 1,1. '
l.cme I'orriillla, Jloiiiluy, Wnlneailuy and Friday.
:1 a. 111. "
Leave Sulem, nortli, Tuesduy, Tliuisduy mid Sutltr
duy, 1 a 111.
ori'.XW ST K A M Kit BAILINGS-
S. 8. WII.LAMKTTK VAI.I.KY.
Leaves Sun Fronrisee, July 1 lib, 21st and 31st.
Leiivcs Yaiiiinu, Jul. ,b, llilh and 2t;tli.
For fl'Chrllt llltll IIIISHfOlOxr ltlou tmnl n an
iiKcnl or purser of lliia Coiiiniy, or II. C. Day
gea ml aitciii, faluion street ilock, I'ortliinil.
. I--, .'ii'iii aiir.i.en-, upt
: I . V. ltlil.AW T. F.4I. A.
(Jolilt-ii Opport n itfv For Suffpi.
I'liyslriiiiis (live Their Ibliieilius to the People,
DO YOIJ SUFFER? pluhiitiff your trouble,
und wo will send yon Kretj of i'liarce a WUL
coiB.sr. of speeliilly prepared remedies best atiit.d
to your ens,. VK WAST Yol'K KKC'OM
MKXIIATIOX. W C P A 'J P 1 1 fl C """ d d 'srtnea
II L U H 11 Ll U 1" C ". '"" unit. Our IrcHlmeiils
for nil iliseas.-H uinl ilefortnitiea are Modern and
Scientific, ai-iiilit-il by many yeaia experience,
wiiieli eiiiildes us to u'lmnuitee a Cure. Ho not
N. It. We Imve lh. only positive cure for
Ki'ii.Et'aT KITS) ami CATAn'nH. Keferencaa
given. Peiliiniiuntiy localeil. (did established.)
Dr. WILLIAMS' MEDICAL AND SURGI
7 'II Mm kct -it , San Francisco, tl.
Ti.e tllldcr-iiilcil llavl'l'' been reytonrt to
health by simple menus, utter siill'erlng for
several M'rils with a severe lime a HV-ctiou sell
lloit dre.nl d,.use ('nosuiiiplimi, is anxious lo
nuke Known to ,'iia follow sillier, r.x the liieana
ol cure. To thine who desire ll, hp will cheer
nlty vv (ire,- of churife) a copy of Ihej rescrip
rion icd. wl.icii Ihcv wil1 find a sure euro lor
I'miMiiiiiil I.,,,, X.ll.liui, Ctorrti, ISroiii-lii-lis
nud nil tliroilt ini'l Hill',' Jlill ldies. lie
!iopcsll .itfl'Tcrs will try bis remedy, as It ia
invaluable. Those desirilur llie preseriptlon,
ivtnch will eo-t them tiothltiit. aod may prove a
Ides in.-, will please address.
Rev. Edward A Wilson Biookijn.NewYork
Ki':a ; Talm.'es cure liver trotililes.
Job PrlnUng al tie
- - d r
" .oo.'; J"" rrss, Handbook smte -a
.Ml IU. 1 Bl f.tjWAT. MW TO'..'.
nnie-t Jrea lor ,runnir patent, in Am'
Kverv rwci.l taien out fr ns is bmoctit fc .
tae puooti oy a notice givah tret ot cbarra b, t. q
Lircest eirenlatleii of an Kientille paper IB to
wona. sp.en.ii.iir illuatratcu. o Inrelhr-a
man stiouol be ttboul It. Wetkl. J3.( a
ear: ll.sisn months. Addresa Mt'NN C
ri kuauuia. Jk 1 imauwar. Hew Turk Qif-