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CIJY AND COUNTRY,
ii II Ml "N I'lTV, HKCKMir. II 8. IHI'S.
I ii da I'lipy, niN yeat. In advance, M 01
4 title I'nnv, i minims, lu advance. I 01
'lll'HIKIt. On-r'M rlly.Oreniin
J mill it,
. J. W. M-I.liurn
(Jan. K. Il.tnitirli
, V. W Hunting
.. 8. M. Hsniahy
J, 0, Wtlh-ri.fl
, J. I'. Ilrarll.jr
. . II. 8 Olliauii
.. Hl.ln.jr Hmylll
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iVrk f Ci
Hcli.ari Hlj lcrllltelltllllf ,
I lllcliai-d H.
' ll'i.nrrllm lUIr
OIlKtlnN CITY officer.
M,.vr T. W. Hulllt.r.
It-cnr.lir L. L. I'iirlr
I'hli-r .rr I'olloe J. r). runii.ni
A mm nor it- KIuhmI
Tnauiirer F. J. Lniils
City Alt.rrnay H. K. '-'"
tUnel ( '1111111. 1"l..nr.r, I . HnlHTl
Mini'tiif U'.il-r U iirka. W. II. II1.W1.I
4'lty KtiKl r . . Mllnay Blliylll
'.itiiclliix-n !. O. Albright, Jr., II. I.. Hell;, v. n.
tire nil, W. A. Wlilla, J. J. Ciark., J. W. OVoa.
II, ,. II, porter ami T. P. Rainfall,
ttirlllldl lllwla lint Wednesday ul trncll Inunlll.
Pint frtirtfrt.alUillill f'liliroll llV. M. HutlslirrtV
,a,,r. tirrvlrua II a. III. eitil f. in. Huiiday
-lw..il after lintrlllntfsrnlne. Prayer Mt-.lllia.venF
Wednesday eVKiilriK at P- Prayer Murll'if ut
V. I. S. K. every Muntlay enlnic at o:M)rnnipi.
i'ir iunil.it Cl.nr. l. Rev. Oilman Parker. Paalur
M.. ruin ii Kervl.a II: Sunday Mehuol li:lfr! Evening
Service Hill! lii'tf Ulnr I'rayar allll nc.1nes.tN7
vmilnii. Monthly Covenant Meeting evsry Wednes.
rly eveuiiig niweidlng nut mniiuiy in ma muiiin.
St. Julin'a Church. Calhr.llc-llev. A. Iltllehraiid,
liu.ir Hiimliiv. Uses lit II and 10::X) a in.
Kvcry Niili.ly Uul until Sermon aflar o'clock Mao.
Al nil other Masses KiikIIkIi Sermons. Sunday Nchrsil
il'lHI p in. Veiera, AmiI.i-IIokI SilbJeotM ami II..II-
dmlicliun at 7::h p. m.
HoI..IIhI KilaMiMl Church -Rev 0. K.vkea. Pastor.
Morning Service al IliH Uy McIiiniI HI l!(:l: Even-
Inn Service at a:il. Kiiwortn League nieeiing nun
.Uy evening at Brill: I'rriycr Heeling Thursday even
lug at K M.
Kiwi Presbyterian I'lniir'. - R..y. ft. W. Ollmney,
Pantur. Service. II a. hi ami Ms) p. ni. SaMwIli
Sclnerl Ilia, m V. I'.H IV Ii. hi .! every Suwlay
evening Ht ::. Pnivcr Mcclli.K Wednesday evening
Sumj. H-uih free.
Evangelical church, Merman A. Krnt, Faaf.r
l'ruai liliill Hi-i vIum 'viTy alturliula Hulnlay II ft. in.
ml 7 ::U) p. in. Kal.liillli Ht'lnail avi'ry Hllinlnjr 1U in.
(.1. HnrrUIrR-r. Hupt.) Wei-kly Prayor Mwthig
vary Wrlli.iliiy cvmrliig.
UiiIImI llri.liri.n Church. P- B. Willlaiui.
I'untiir. HirrvU'i Unit mill tlilill Hiimlny liiurililiKH
ami Hie precredllig Sallirilay lilltllt In ll mmilh at
Orii;.iii I'ity II . in. ami 7 p. m and th Drat Hun
dtiv aftirriiiiun of i-acli inuiilli at KalU Vlw.
ChrixtUn tliureh-Kwr. D. T. "laiilfv, Pt.
Bervlcri every Hiimlny II a. m. at Hhlfrly Ha I.
Prraclilng 'C.iii.l and fmirlh Huiiiiiy lu each uimilh.
St. Paul'al'hlirrll, Kplcnll-H. J. A .Kckalluln.
iwaiiir. Hervicea every Buiiday at 11 a. in. and 7iKI
' p. in., and Krldiiy aveiilni al 7 SlU p. in.
KvuiiL'-llcul I.ullnirali Zlnn Cii'iKregatlii'l. U. U
ulri-y, paalur. Ml. In Slilvely'a hull. Hunday
.arli.iid from Hill) to lOiiKI ft. m. Bervll'ea IIIS.U ft m.
Valla t'lty IlH o( A. (I. V. W.-Mta .very Sal
Hnhiy eienliiK ul Mi ll Inuntll In A. O. II. W . hall
on HevLiilh slii.i.1. All a.juiiriiliiK lirelhreu Bnlllly
invited tualtend. 1. CMilHeld, M. W. Ueo. Ualitf, Bet
Viie Iron Ijalmi, No. A. O. V. W.-Mih-u awry
Tlmmby eveninis at CKId Killi.Wa llilll, llaweK".
Vlidtilig brelhrelialwuya welco'ua. J. U. tanipbell,
H. W. It. Ktlnliaa, Itec.
MidalU I-hIki', No- - W.-Mertl Brjl and
thlnl (talllldaya In each month at 8cho.il llollne.
Vlalllng llll'llllleni llllliln welcome. T. B. Blipp,
W. J. W.lhollliia, Hec.
Oavel Lodge, No. M, A. I). V. '.-Me.t. aecirnd
and thlnl Saturday "Verilngl l Klllghf; Hall, t anby.
Vialllng l.mlhera mails welounw, O, h. UarluW, M
W. W. B. Urllible, Hec.
Clack-ritual 1.0.1B", No. .17, A. O. II. W.-Meet. tlr.t
ami third Hmidaya in each niulllh, at Blrllo Ha I.
Visiting lirelhreu welcunie. H. Ilnlcomli, M. W. C.
ft'. IVaw, Itec.
SunrUe I...li!e. N.i.,A.p. II W.-Me,ta avery
nec.niil mid firurlh Hulunlay ul t'ueh muulh St w II
,oinvllle. Origiin, Mai Bchulpina, M. W. T.
Oregon U', No. J, I O. O. r.-Meeta avery
Thuradar evening at 7:.'I0 o'clock p.m. In the Odd
Kellowe''llrlll, Main atreet. Menilrera of the Order
,lt to attend. Uanrga a Kly, N. 0. Thoi.
K.illa ft'iicampraent, Ne 1, 1. 0. 0. I. Meets Drat
And Uiinl Tnehdaya of each nionth at OUd fellowa
ilnll Meiubere and vinlllna pntriarclu cordially lir
,vltoil lu Mlnud. W. II. Howell, Chief Patriarch
J. A. Btowant, Hertbav ' .
Oawegn Lwlge, No. , I. O. O. V.-Meata at Odd Fel
low'! Hall, Oswego, every BatunUy svsnlog. VWtlDg
lirelhrsn made welcome, U. W. Pnwssr, N. U. J.
K. lllaley, Bee.
Multnomah Lodge, No. 1, A. F. A. M.-Ilolda it
' tegiitur coninuiliicutloiiB on oral and ihird Balunlaya
af euchuiiinlhat7siup.nl. Brethren In gual jtaud.
lug are invited to atteni. L. L. Porter, W. M.
'J'. K. ltyau, Beo.
Waucheno Ualge, No. IS, I. 0. B. M.-Meeta Mon
day evening at A. O. V. W. Hall. Vlalting members
conlially invited. J. Tremuaill, jr., awirnai j.
Meade Poat, No. 2, O. A. R., Department Of Oregon.
Meets Bmt Monday of each mouth at K. ol V. Ilnll,
Oregon City. Ylidling conirndea niads welcome,
llavid McArtkur, Com. J. P. Bhaw, Adj.
Genenil Pope Pi"-'. Nil. fitf., 0. A. H. Meets firfct
Bnturdny of each month at Urango hall, MtllillO.
coiurudea conliully Invited. J. V. Nelson, Com
mander. H. W. Bhnw, Adjutant.
tien. l!ro,.k Pit, No. 22, 0. A.' B., DopartmsBt of
Oregon Mi eta in school house at Needy on nrst Bat
urdny lu each nionlh at 2 o'clock p. m. All ooro
miss mnd welcoms. Jacob Bpogle, Com. J. Kar
Mewle Belief Cori. No. 1", lleparlmelit of Ore
on Meets on Unit snd third Fridays of esch month
III K of P. Hall. Members of corps from abn.lld
cordially welcomed. Mrs. M. M. Charmnn, Pres.
Mrs. K. L. t'ocliraii,Taa. Mm. J. B. Hnrding.Bec.
Hons of Velernna, E.'D. Baker Camp, No. 18-Meet
first and thlnl Thursday evenings ol each month, h.
8. Colin. Ciit. B. B. Belloluy, 1st Lieut. 0. 0.
Wood, 2d Lieut.
Achillea Lodi-a, No.SS, K.of P.-Meeta every Fri
day night at the K. of P. ball. Visiting knights
invited. Clias. Albright, Jr., C.C J. K. lthodes, K.
of It. 8.
Canliy Lodge, No M, I. O. 0. T.-Meetl flrat and
third Batunlay svsnlugs at Knlghfa Hull, CHUby.
Vllilillg members always made wslcome. H. C.
(Jllliuore, W. C. T. Millard Lee, Sec.
F Comiany, First Rei ., 0. N. G. -Armory, Third
and Main, ltegular drill night, Monday. Regular
business meeting, Aral Monday of each monlh. J.
W. Ounolig. lapt. V. B. Kelley, First Lieut. L. L.
Piegena, Becond Lieut.
Cnnbr Spiritualist Society. Assembles on flrst
and thlnl Sunduva of each month. II. A. Lee, Pres
il.nt. Miss Hauls Phillips, Beconlillf Secretary.
New Km W. C. T U.-Meeli drat Sstunlay in each
month at their hall In New Kra. Friends of the came
Invited to lie present. Mrs. Carey Johnson, Mrs.
St. John's Branch, No. 047, C. K. of A.-Meeto
..very TiKwiay evening at llieir nan, comer siaiu anu
Tenth streets. Oregon City. T. W. Sulllvm, Prea.
M ill. Jualin, Bee.
Oregon City Board of Trade-Meeti at Court House
rou eecond Monday in each month. Visitors w. Iconie.
.Oeo. C. Blownell, Pres. F. K. Donaldson,
Caiibr Board of Trade-Meets at Knight'a Hall,
iCanbv,' on nmt and third Fridays of each month.
Visitors welcome. Win. Knight, Pres. B. J. Osrrl
Mulalla (Irsnge. No. 40, P. of U.-Meets at their
ttmil at W right's Bridge on Ihe second Batunlay of
.sach month at ltl a. m. rellow members made
.welcome. J. F. Nelson, Msster. K. H. Cooper, Sec.
Tualatin Orange, No. Ill, P. of H.-Meeta last Satur
day of each month at their hall in W'ilsonvills. R. B.
Henry, Matter. Miss Beda Sharp, Bee.
Warner ursnge. No. 117, P. of 11. -Meet fourth
BatunUy of each nionth al their ball in New ara.
C. O. W illiams, Master. Mist Maggie Brown. Bee.
Butte Creek Grange, No. 82, P. of H. Meets at their
bsll in Maniuaui second Saturday in each month at
IDS m Visiting members alwaya welcome. J. R.
WhitsMaster. J. E. Jack, Bee.
Columbia Hook and Ladder Co. Meets Ural Fri
day of each month at Fountain Kngins Huitss. W. T.
W hillock. Pres. td U Shaw, Foreman. A.W. Milln,
Fountain Hose Co, No. 1 Meets second Wednesday
in each mondial tngine House, east side Main atreet,
betaeen seventh and eighth. Hiram Straight, Prea.
M. P. liuinn, Foreman. J. W. Stewarl, Sec.
Cataract H. Co. No. S. Meets secot d Tuesday.
each month at Cataract Kugiue House. Sidney Smith,
- Pres. pert Ureenman, Foreman. Herb Bestow, Sec.
Oregon City Hose Co., No. S-0 W. Church, Pres.
W. . Maria, Foremaa. H. S. btrange, See.
For 0ar Fifty Veara.
Am Olii anu WaxL-TID Rmr.PT. Ura. Win.
sMr'eSoolliiog Syrup baa been used f. over flfty
years l.y millions of mothers for their children while
teething, wilh perfect snreesa. It aootbea the child,
. i.. -n. .ll.va -II naia. cures wind Cube.
tii.ia.te. 8..U by liniagisisiB , er. pan .f the j
si?'ii.b"X and ask for M. W.asln. s
nil si the lre-1 maseiiy n uimtuuss. i F. ... . ,
mliiug Strap, and tola ao ainer aiua
Tha vis,, hare a I Pr. Kini's Kear Kfaroeery
H salae. ana lb.e who hare ant. hare auv
Or op,-""..! I 7 ' JSIZ1"."?,
Urnxxv mm! ft Tnl B"l. Tr. Vnd ytmr
aatdUlrf- H. t. aacale. k C:.
ar t a sami'le b..i h! Orajnr e ' Uf 1 sill;
FrV aeU a. a W Of CJ. a. Haalt aad
II..D-sU loalractur. Free. All of aatra is f aara
t4 to "' "" " a.aif as I -en. A
EVEN'S OF THE WEEK
DKLiMjuitNT Puiimchiiikkh. Tony Nlllt
HIT mii'il A i)il"l'h ell'wH'iljIT It I SVoutl
Inn ii I lie oilier ilny tux I u..t JiiiIkiiiuiiI
lor tin iiiiioiint 1. 1 ItiH t-l tint. It coat the
lU'liliijllflll 111 Vt'llla' alllHi:rll!l HI trj'illK
lo I flit Tui.y mil i.l one. 'I'linre lire
miliHt't iliiTH nil Hie C'oritiKK'a Imt who
are aoino y.'iiin In iinn.nn hihI niukti nol
Hit. It'HHt t il, ill ii. .r uii) iiriiiiiieri to iny,
Thine Hie IIiiiim when fui l 'ftril'icu cuiihos
lo Ire u liliiii'. Thflxu Minium eviiluntly
are o( ilie opinion I hut mi eilitor run
live on uiinl. UiiIi'mh tiny my up in
proiniee to piiy lit boiiiu future time ru t
aoniilily HfHr, II niuy lie tleeini'il iii'iv
fHKury lo cfinl the conmulile hIho hIht
tlit'in. Tliia niiiv hhi'iii IntrHli mi I mi
teem It-iiiHiily ami it Im very uiiileHHiiiit to
u w Milch luiriruuyu to old reucliTH of tliin
piiiur, wlio mafin like old (rieiiilw and
iii'lKliljora. All that ia aakeil of them 1m,
to tlo what Im rilit hetween iiiuii anil
HiIITA CuMI'ANYri' TkI.KI I It A I' 1 1 1,1 NK
A iiroinlneiit ami tiiiMiwnrtliy eili.on
if Knule Creek, lin line taken tiiiitiN
to iiKiuire into Ilia I. U, liiit teli'ifraiih
aclienie with the olijoct of iuttiiif
nioney into it to help it alontf. writes
that lie in irretilly tliHiippoinieil, for in
his opinion It ia a fitiliire and a dike.
Me states that the operator at Snmly is
often ohliifeil to k"' aloilK the line lo put
up the wire, anil that the small, aletuler
poles on uhii'h the wire is Hlriinif have
nol been hud k into Ihe t-ronnil a miiIII-
ciint deplh to uive them llrnineHs, the
one leaning- over to one Hide anil the
ulher to the other aide. The service, he
stales, Is praulieally wi.rlliloBH, ami a
person can send a inessiitru more rapidly
and more surely to i'ortliitid by a
bnni'hyraiiM pony thun Ii)' the (.'ape Horn
(in a horn) Telegraph I'ine.
Dkatii ok Mrs. W. 1', Si'kni'kr.
Mrs Annie Hpeneer, wife of W. 1".
Piii'iirer. tlieil Tneaduv niulit luat Meek
Ht 12..'t0 al 1 1 ie Inline of It I, Hpeneer in
Cnnemali, of eryHipelita. Her aite waa
tl years iind'olie whh a iliiiiKhler "f
Henry iii'iIIiith. on tne liilili, in ilie
forenoon, Itev. Mr. Kukatrom performed
fiineritl services at the home of the
alllicterl family, after wliieh the remuins
were taken to the liitruti spot ot tho
Smatliers family in the Damascus ceme
tery and ititerretl wnh appropriate re-
iL'ioiis services. Alra. Npencet s sick
ness nnd dentil were sudden. Hut a
few days previously she had left her
IiiihIihihI in Ihe best ol health to visit in
the couiilry, and on the Sunday preced
ing Die Tuesday on which she departed,
came Imuie in ureal siilleriutt Irom the
disease from w hich she never arose.
Main Sthkkt CiUahantkk. The fol-
lowitiir paraiM-apli from tl.e Main street
contract shows that "lily the vitrllieil
hrick, tiul Ihe loiitnlHtion ol Ihe slu'r-t,
is Kiidianleed for live veins: "The
contractor will guarantee that the vitri
fied fire brick pavement, so laid, shall
cost the city nothing- for repairs, on ac
count of quality of or any defects in the
brick used lor paving, tor a term ol live
years from the date of completion, and
at the end of such term said brick shall
be in a tiist-clnss condition, sutisluctory
to the city surveyor and the city council.
Htii'li Ktnirantce to be in the form of a
bond ol not less than 20 per cent, of the
amount of the linul estimates signed by
three sureties, acceptable to the cily
A Vkiiv ICconomical Vounostku.
Benny A., aged about six, is a philoso
phic, little man. After supper his
mother handed him a cup of tea left by
some one at the table, wilh instructions
to throw it out. lie presently re
entered the dining room willt the empty
cup and quietly remarked. "Ma, times
are so hard in Oregon thai we can't
allbrd lo waste anything. I drank the
tea ttt save it." The mother's standing
injunction to him is not to touch "the
cup that cheers but not inebriates," and
the opportunity to violate it was as ir
resistible as the red apple was to Kve.
Tim CoFFKitDAM . The cnftVrdrim on
the west side is badly demoralized.
Only live smokestacks of the various
engines stick their heads out of water.
About 200,UU0 feet of !2xl2 lumber
floated oil'. A Hume of 200 feet in length
is gone The site of I ho dam is now an
eddy in which irreat quantities of cord-
wood, lumber and short billets
congregate, enough for a respectable
woottyard. It is is said the project con
templated now is to build a coUerdam
From Hkoihtkr ok Actions. J. M.
Lawrence, Meier & Frank, OarrettBon,
Woodruir & Pratt Co., and K. Ii. Sabin
have filed complaints und attachments
against II. L. Schiller of the Boston
Store; Sarah Knima Davidson vs. Win.
T- Davidson, summons; Darthula II.
Sconce vs. Thomas Sconce et al, com
plaint; Joe I'tiqiiet and li F. Smith vs.
Kast Side Uy. Co.; State vs. Fred
Uiener nnd A. McLaughlin, bench war
Card ok Thanks. To the many kind
friends who assisted us both by deeds,
kindness, and words of sympathy in our
terrible loss of wife and mother, we re
turn our heartfelt thanks, hoping that
Providence will ever spare them the
trials and srllictions that well might
crush our hearts ; but should the heavy
hand of such sorrow be laid upon them
may they find as gt n tous and loving
friends as we have found. t. J. Sniiikr
Dkatii ok Mr i. M. J Snider. Mrs.
Catharine Snider, wife of M. J. Snider of
Springwater, died on Friday morning,
after an illness of about one and a half
years. She was bom in Woodford
county, 111., November lllih, 1843. A
husband, two daughlers and a son
mourn the irreparable loss of an esti
mable wife and mother. The remains
were buried on Sunday at t lie Oregon
City cemetery, Uev. Father tlillebrand
Tub Iron Inucstry. The blast fur
nace at Oswego, which has been idle
for some lime, wis etarled up anew on
Sundav, giving employment to upwards
of 100 men, :!U of them miners of ore.
There is prospect that the pipe works
will also resume.
Holiday Goods at Lowest Prices,
If you wish to mske few or many,
cheap or costly presents, this is your
best chance. Our stock is large, our
goods new, our prices low, The presents
you want are all included in our splendid
hue of Watches, Chwks. Jewelry, Sil
verware, Novelties and Musical Inslru
menta. LU kmeister & Andhesen.
Music by the Willamette String Band
under the leadership of John Everest of
E vere-1 's Orchestra of Poitland, for the
Ued Men's Masque Bull.
Mr. J. P. Blaize, an exlensive real
estate dealer in Dea Moines, Iowa, nar
rowly escaped one of the severest at
tacks of pneumonia w hile in the north
ern part of that state during a recent
blizzard, says the n'ttunlaij Itecirw. -Mr.
lilaize had occasion to drive several
miles during the storm and was so
thoroughly chilled that he was unable
to get w arm, and inside of an hour after
his return he was threatened wilh a
severe case ol pneumonia or lung fever.
Mr. Blaize sent to the nearest tlrugKlore
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Kemedv, of which he had often h.ard,
and took a nuitiiier of large doe. He
,1 . i.;..i. 1.... 1 ..(, 1 1
says the ellect was womiertul an.
short time he was breathing quite :
easily. He kept on taking the medicine
and the next dar was able to cnue to
Dea . oines. Mr. Blaize regards his
cure as simply wonderful. For sale by
G. A. Harding, druggist.
Ooa't fail to witness the Grand March
at Armory Hall, December 251b, of ilie
Unl Men's Masqiieraile Ball.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
Hominy two houses camo attitin down
Tho hoard of trade will meet on Mon
day, Kvery member should be present,
On Smiditv Mrs. Ed. Fields liecaine
the mother of u daughter weighing 11
Thecitv of Portland oavs the fii'iteral
Electric Company tSO.OOO annually (or
The high w-aler reduced tiio liuad of
wntcrnMhn electric works from 40 to
about 20 feot
A big chunk of the new cribbing built
t Ciinemiili lies in the basin near the
It v iioiitihir subscription money Im be
ing cnllectod to build a Al. E. church
nt Jones null.
Mr. Hchwan has lust received a cur-
lour I of tiling for w hich lio has here the
J. W. O'Oonnell. T. I'. lliindull. Will
While and J. O. Porter are the council-
men who will retire.
W. C. Cheney, the electrician, is
credited with an invention for which
he has refused (HO COO.
Oeo. II. Lacy has been discharged as
in I in i ttiMt rati r of estate of L. II .Calkins,
nnd bondsmen released.
Thursday 'irt Cliinitmon came down by
boat front the Sinslaw cannery, whose
Hu-linim pack la IKHW cases.
Mr. Joplin, lessee, gives dances ttt
Seventh slreot hull every Saturday
evening. The attendance is big.
Mr. Wilcox of Maple Lane gave a
dance on Tuesday evening. A generous
midnight lunch was not lacking.
The high water curried oil" a building
near the Brick mill und -''HI worth of
tools of Mr. V hiker, the machinist,
- A sidewalk, has hec.i laid from the
west side motor station to the end of the
bridge to accotninodute the passengers.
Tho railroad round trip rales lo San
Francisco during the Mid-Winter Fair
will lie $2.) plus 2.50 for five admission
Jack Frost of Park Place was acquitted
on Tuesday by .Tnntice Fonts of the
charge of sell'i:. ui' giving whisky to
License to wed issued December 4th
to Ella McCoinh and Charles Uingel ;
the nth to Eflie Brown and Charles Ma
lander. Sunday a hobo made the trip on the
brakes between Oregon City and Park
Place, When ho crawled out he was
The attachment plastered, on the Bos
ton Store were forstiilletl by a $2500
chattel mortgage, and the establishment
remains stuta quo.
The high water has thoroughly satu
rated the numerous unoccupied town
lots on the Hut between the Abertiethy
and the Clackamas.
Notwithstanding Ihu stormy weather,
tho gross receipls from the Japanese
festival at the Congregational chinch
Hinoiiiiled to something over fOO.
The Monmouth correspondent writes
that souie of the "Clackamas county
girls are (earing of not getting home for
the holidays on account of high water,"
J. U. Lawler of Needy is about to
return to his former home, Blair, Neb.,
after a residence of live years in Oregon.
He is obliged to leave on account of ill
The dunce nt Buttoville last week be
gan on Weduesitay evening at 8 and
terminiiled at 11 o'clock next morning.
J. J. Cooke called for 2 quadrilles and
The Electric Company will have (roni
llo.OOO to 40,000 cords of wood cut on its
lands near tho Tualatin, which will be
brought to the mills by means of the
electric "short line."
Friday, the corpse of a still-born male
infant was found on the rack ol the
powerhouse o( the P. O E. Co. It lind
not beeu iu the water over 24 hours..
The coroner buried it.
The ladies of St. Paul's Guild will
have many useful and fancy articles
for sale at their fair to be belli at the
Armory Friday, December loth. Ad
mission 10c, refreshments 15c.
Married bv Judge Meldrtim, Novem
ber 28th, Mrs. Henrietta Scliolly and
(ieorge L. Ka Inner; the 29th, Elizabeth
B. 11111:111181 and John L. Davis; De
cember 3d, Ora Faulkner and James D.
Tuesday evening Hon. George C.
Brownell left for Uoeburg, where lite
circuit court is in session, to defend
John M. Kenton, arrested here some
time ago for drawing a gun on Couniy
The holes on the side of the plank
road up the Apperson hill have been
filled with stones, and two runways
have been built under its bed. one at
the upper end and one in the middle, to
let the water off.
The Electric Hotel has again a new
proprietor. Mr. Hamilton, a Portland
gentleman, is now on deck, and Mr.
Mnsier is manager in charge. If eco
nomically conducted money can . be
made in the house.
At a small expense a covered tliti h
could be made at the western end of the
suspension bridge that would carry oil
the witter that always runs over it and
keeps it tnudilv after every rain. This
drainage would help to preserve the
The high water upset all the smoke
stacks of the pumps al the coflerdam,
and knocked out a big section of the
flume that supplied the wheel which
ai oi e of ilie pumps. The wheel
itself Ihib been driven out of place and
sunk to the bed of Ihe river.
A young man obtained admittance to
the Seventh street dance hall Saturday
evening by gulling the doorkeeper with
the following card : "A Pleasant After
noon at the Young Men's Meeting at
the Baptist Church at 3 o'clock, this
Afternoon. You 1 are cordially invited."
O. Williamson, who came here from
the Pillsbury B. mills at Minneapolis,
and was employed during the summer
and fall months at the Imperial, left for
the south a few days ago to make the
tour of California. Mr. Williamson
is both a good miller and a splendid
It was not Master Fredericks of the
Clackamas, but Sewald Toepleman of
this citv. aged 12, who played the violin
duet with Prof. Everest at the band
entertainment recently at Shively's hall.
This was the first appearance of the
aspiring young musician before an
Revival meetings are still in progrpss
at the M. E. church every evening at
7:30. A. P. Gillett is the preacher
up to Saturday evening. Next Sunday
H. G. Williams, a converted drunkard
and gambler, and since then a noted
evangelist, will preach in the morning
at 11 :00 and in the evening at 7:30 he
will deliver his famous lecture entitled,
"MylMolher's Bible." Yoa are cordially
invited. Do not nuts this treat.
Belore you buy your Christmas pres
ents come and see us. We will aid you
in selecting, poet you as to style, guaran
tee you the quality and make you
the most favorable price Don't wait
until the different assortments hire
been broken, but take advantage of the
first choice Ktirmeieter & AnJresen.
vi-L-i. si.- o.j .-- as .j.
" , ' . :" " ., 1 1:. . t
iienis in masque ii, i.aoiis in
. t . . tj.
mflmi.tr. frf-a rrM-tatrira .sr.
For s sr. re throat there is nothing
lo-tter than a flannel bandaire dampened I
with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It will j The last regular meeting of the old
nearly always effect a cure in one council passed oil quietly with the ex
night's lime'. This remedy is also a ! ception of desire on the part of one
larortte for rheumatism and hn cured
many very severe cases. oO-tent bolt lei
(or sale by G. A. Harding, druggist.
Kipsuis Tl i u lea : for lour i tomath.
"When I was a Boy,"
V.'rites Postmaster J. C. Woodsox,
Forest Hill, W. Va., "1 had a bron
chial trouble of such a persistent
nnd stubborn character, that the
r'oi-tor pronounced it Incurable with
oidlimry medicines, and advised
mo to try Ayer'f Cherry rectoral.
I tlitl bo, and one bottle cured me,
1'or the last fifteen years, I have
used this preparation with good
effect whenever I take
A Bad Cold,
nnd I know of numbers of people
who keep it in the house all the time,
not conBiderinp; it safe to be with
"I have been using Ayer'f Cherry
Pectoral In my family for 30 years, with
the most satisfactory results, ami can
cheerfully recommend it as being espe
cially adapted to all pulmonary coin-.
plaints. I have, for many years, made.
pulmonary anil other medicines a special
alittly, and I have come to the conclusion
Hint Ayer's Cherry Pectoral occupies a
position pre-eminent over other medi
cines of the class." Clias. Davenport,
Dover, K. J.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
rre;.nred by Dr. J. C. A yer a Co., Lowell, Hast,
MONDAY'S CITY ELECTION.
The Citizens Secure the Mayor and
Two Councilmen, and the Republi
cans the Treasurer and Two
In the election on Momlny, II. Straight
(citizens ticket) was elected mayor by
a majority of 2:18; lien Jaggar (citizens)
ami Ii. 0. Stevens (republican) council
men in the first ward, anil (ieorge
Brougliton (republican) and K. M.
Howell (citizens) councilmen in the
second ward ; K. L. Holman (republican)
ireasurer uy a majority ol U.S. ami E,
Culiir (citizens) assessor and collector
by a majority of 211(1, lie atid H
Straight both received he same number
of votes, 420. The following is the
vote cast in the two wards :
First ward T. L. Charman 1)2, II:
Straight 200. U L. Holman 1U0, F. ti.
Kelly 104, E. 8 Calilf 103, G. W.
Church 87, C. V. Friedricks 138, J. N.
Harrington 124, Den Jaguar lo.'l, II. C.
Second ward T. L Charman 93, II.
Straight 214, R. L. Holman 17(1, F. 8.
Kelly 125. K. S. Califf 227, G. W.
Church 07, U. Brougliton 100, E. M.
Howell 140, J. A. Thayer 133, G.II.
CITY COUNCIL MEETING.
The mayor and all metnbeis of the
council were present.
Communication from Mr. WycliSu in
regard to an extra allowance for street
work laid on table. '
Saloon license of M Huerth transferred
to John Coberg.
Communication from Columbia II &
L Co, asking for the uso of the vacant
room back of their hull, read and said
company allowed the use of front half
of said room, provided they pay for
changing partition . The boys have so
increased in number that additional
room iB made necessary .
Recorder reported 11 cases of disor
derly conduct tor the month.
Kesiguative of Hiram Straight as
member of water commission accepted
and T P Randall unanimously elected
to fill unexpired term.
Committee on appointing extra police
reported they had Becured an extra man
at toO a month and no fees.
The bills of the judges and clerks of
election were cut troiu 4.50 to 3,50
Appropriations Wilson & Cooke $95,
LRucoiiicli $5.25, John Bittner $3.73,
T S Lawrence $9, Jas Andrews $1.50,
Bellomy & Busch 1, W A Huntley $7.1)0,
V 11 Adams $25, FOE Co $172 45, Airs
G W Churclt $10, G M Bestow $1.25, J
W Kelly $o, I LeMahieu $30.90, L L
Porter $44, F Williams $24 50, A Walker
$7, WilBon & Cooke $22.15, J 8 Purdom
$80.50, J W Cole $3 50, J E Rhoades
$3.50, J W Graham $3.50, M E Wil
loughby $3 50, T F Ryan $3.50, A W
Milln $3.50, T M Miller $40, C C Rob
bins $3.50, Geo P Calill' $3.50, 8 S
Walker $3 50. Fred Ely $3.50, L A
Nobel $21, D E Sheppard $44, G Bridges
$3, II Gilbert $3, 11 Straight $4.40, J
Roake & Co $4.50, Wilson & Cocke
$3 20, Pope & Co $18 .05. C lloberg
$229. On Main street fund : Hatnshaw
A Bebm $2958.08, 8 Smyth $90, J W
K'oggtn $b, I'ursent Kiedon $..7o. On
Fifth street fund : Dan Dyous $48.08,
Perman Bros $298 .11.
The bills of Williams, Williams &
Carey for $1000 and of 11 E Cross (or
$o00 allowed. The above were attorney
fees in the Seventh street case and were
considered somewhat large but it was
thought advisable to settle as there had
been considerable work on the case.
The committee and the council were
undecided as to whether they should
collect interest in Ihe delinquent assess
ment on Seventh street and the matter
was referred to the city's counsel, Messrs,
Cross and Williams.
Ordinance read and ordered published
licensing street railways to haul and
discharge freight on Main street at an
toanuual fee of $100 payable quarterly.
This comes up for final pasage on De
cember 20th at 8 p. tn.
Matter of settling the ward iines near
Ely was left for the "reform adminis
tration" to decide.
Street committee ordered to put sewer
in alley between 5th and 0th streets on
east side of Main street and correct
same with Main street. !
Considerable discussion was engaged 1
in in regard to the Main street assess-1
ment. As but $14,000 or $15,000 had been
paid in by the property holders some j
steps would have to be taken to force
collection even if the entire amount was j
collecte-j.as the contractors wanted their j
money. Some that were able to 1
pay would not pay and if the,
whole amount was 'collected it.
would be quite a hardship on some of
the less fortunate. Those w ho had j
paid their part of the assessment and ,
had received no benefit (peoule on 1
lower Main street) thought it would be
light. In-finite action was not taken'
and the matter was left until the special
meeting hoping that enough would pay I
to satisfy the contractors. Fifth street
i " about the same fix
1.1... i - . n,. .1: 1
viucrrtj inns nun ui rati .c uiKtiaisir
. ....... 1 r
the fxtra nrtliee hired rv mmmilles
The vote of the election held on Mon
day was canvassed and certificates ol
election ordered issued.
councilman to whip another.
Get ready aid io to the Grand Matqter-
ade Ball given fry ihe I. O. K. M ., De-1
The times may not be
We have made decided redactions on onr stock from one
Figured Eider Down Flannel,
Our 10c Canton Flannel reduced
All Wool Checked Shirting Flannel, reduced to 25c a yard
Misses Wool Hose, reduced to
Th8 Virtue In Values, the Power in Prices, Make this
Your Best Chance
It is easy to make claims,
CALL AND NOTE THE MANY
THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK.
What is the matter with E. G. Farns
worth's tonsoriul parlor, the only first'
lass one In Oregon City 7 '
Prescriptions carefully compounded f t
it. a. Harding s iirug store.
L. P. Fisher, Njwspiper Advertising
Agent si .Mercnnnts bxcitange, Mtn
Francisco is our authorized agent. This
paper ib kept on file in his oliice.
For job printing go to the Couk
LaiVyeks' Biiikks and Foi.DKlts printed
at the CouitiKit oliice.
A limited amount of money to lend on
llrst-class security by Wade K.Spencer,
Oregon City .
Stttdman'a Soothing Powders preserve
a liealtlily slate of the constitution dur
ing the periotl of teething.
Read Retl Front ad. Prices always
There is nothing more appropriate for
holidry presents than the dainty sou
venir China ware decorated with Oregon
City scenery ut lurtneister& Andrescn's.
Tlie firm hail these goods manufactured
in Germany specially for the Oregon
Coming Event. I. 0. R. M. Masquerade
Ball, December 25. Go and see the
beautiful costumes at the Hed Men's
Masquerade Bull, Christmas Night.
Resolutions of respect in behalf of
Sister Mary E. Rowan, 1 member of
Hardings Grange No. 122, P. of H., who
died November 19. 1893 :
Wiiekeas, It has pleased the Supreme
Ruler of the Universe to remove from
our midst, by death, Sister M. E,
Rowan ; tlieretore, be it
Heiulved, That in Iter death Hardings
Grange No. 122, P. of II., has lost a
respected member, the husband an af
fectionate wife, the children a kind
mother, and the community a respected
Resolved, That the Grange tender its
sincere and fraternal sympathy to the
Hetotved, That our charter be draped
in mourning for 30 days and that a copy
of these resolutions be sent to the be
reaved family, and that a page in the
Grange recortts be set apart with these
resolutions inscribed tnereon. -
J. C. Si'Kaouk,. Coin
Mr, Sykes Preaches on Social Reform.
The Baptist church was filled on
Thanksgiving morning, when tho Rev.
G. Sykes of the Methodist church,
preached from Psalm 71, 14th verse":
Hut I will hope continually, anu win
vet Draise thee more and more." His
honest admission of the fact that many
things had come to us during the year
for which we could not feel thiinktiil ;
his forcible and eloquent denunciation
of the spirit of selfishness which turned
the abundance of Providence into a
partial famine, were listenetl to by an
appreciative congregation. He brought
these evils home even to the members
of our church ; argued the necessity of a
social levolution; called upon members
to be moreconscientouBin their business
dealings; to supplant the maxims of the
world with the regulations of the New
Testament for a business code, saying,
the gteat problem of the day was the
application of godliness to our daily
traflic. The best way to observe
Thanksgiving was for the church mem
bers to let the grace of God overcome
this selfishness, Unit hud been the cause
of so much oppression, and for the
church to unite in ellorts of obtaining
justice and charity (or the poor. He
spoke against the sweating system, and
suggested that even a bank ought to be
opened by Christian people to prevent
the unrighteous gains of the usurist.
Youig trLly, Attuus.
We are pleased to announce the ar
rival ol uur holiday stock and t hut we
are now ready for but iness with a rare
aortment of Christmas gifts suitable
for everybody, liurmeister & Andresen,
The following is a list of letters n
maining at the Oregon City postoffice
for the week ending December 7th,
1893, uncalled for:
Arnold, Win Bock, Aug
Broomfield, Mrs E Cary, Henry
Crush, A Enselman, Jul 1 11
Flanders, Mrs A M Grant, Magnolia L
Gunderlack, Geo Hedges, Frank A
Howan, E M Howel, Mrs Ellie
Jones, Dave Martiu, A J
Matthay, II II McFee, Charley
Morton, Mrs R Pierck, James
Richardson, II J RoUumier, Frank
Sedoris. Mrs 8 L Tresher, John
O City Washing Mach Co
When calling for these letters please
ay "advertised." E. M. Ranub, P. M.
forty Itarrels a Kar.
Harris & Buquo, Erin, Tenn., manu
facturers of the celebrated Erin Lime,
say they have great faith in Drummond's
Lightning remedy for Rheumatism.
One of their principal coopers was laid
up with Rheumatism until induced to
lake Drummond's Lightning Remedy.
After taking two bottles he went to
work, and has since been making Forty
Barrel per day. If your druggist has
not got this remedy, write to Druininond
Medicine Co., 48-50 Maiden Lane, New
York, and they will send you full par
ticulars. Agents wanted.
"When your heart is bad, and your
head is bad, and you are bad clean
through, what is needed?" asked a
Sunday school teacher of her class.
"I anow Ayer's Sarsapsrilla," spoke
up a little girl, whose mother had re
cently been restored to health by that
No better preparation (or the hair has
ever been invented than Ayer's Hair
Vigor. It restores the original color lo
faded and gray hair, and imparts that
natural gloss and Ireshness, everyone so
much admires. Its reputation is world
w ide .
Go to E. G. Farnsworth'a (or a fine
all they should be, and the
reduced to. 25c a yard
lo 14 yd.', for $1 00
15c a pair
bnt we have the proof an investigation of which will produce confidence and assurance.
we can do for you at the present time in the way of Goods
When on a visit to Iowa, Mr. K. Dul
ton, of Luray, Russull county, Kansas,
called at the laboratory of Chamberlain
A lO., Den -Monies, .to show them hi
six-year-old boy, whose life had been
saved by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
it Having cured mm ol a very severe at
tuck of croup. Mr. Dulton is certain
Unit it saved his boy's life and is en
tlittsiuslic in his pruise of the Remedy.
i' or suie uy u. a. Harding, druggist.
Eighty acres of fine farm land, mostly
uotioin, on n ooticocg creek, Clackamas
county, two miles from Meadow Brook
postolltce. Three acres cleared. 12 acres
slashed ; good house 20x30. Price $800,
of which $590 in list be paid down, bal-
a neo two years time. For further par
ticulars cull at Courier office or address
me ut antouver, Wash.
Mus. Anna Taylor.
BUOKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The Bost Salve in the world for Cuts,
.truises, Sores, Ulcers, Suit Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Ciillblalna, Corns, and all Skill Krliptlona, and
positively cures files, or no pay required. It Is
IiinranUed lo give perfect satlalactton, oi
money refunded. Price 25 centa per box For
sale by U.A. Hurtling.
BLANKS! PLANKS 1 1 BLANKS!!!
For Sale at the Cot'ltiKii office:
Ilontl (or Uectl,
Circuit Court Criminal Hulipncna
Teachera' Heport Cants,
Partial fnymont Real Kstnlo Contract,
Copy of Summons,
Notice to Garnishee,
Answer to Garnishee,
Writ of Attachmenr,
Justioe Subpoena, civil,
Justice Subpoena, criminal
Special or private blanks printed on
application expeditiously and correctly.
Oregon City Market Report.
WHKAT-Per ou.DO, bulk without sacks
(Hts -lie $ bushel, with sacks.
Fi.our - Roller $1 10 per bbl, net
Butteb SOca roll,
Veal .V tfik) dressed
Chickens I24 a doten
Bkkf On foot2ia2;,jc: dressed
Mutton 1 7o2
8hinoi.es $'2 i" y thousand.
Labd 12Ho V pound.
Hides Orcen, 3c; dry.07cytb; one-third off
orculled. Hheop pelts, 2,X$3Po
Hay Timothy, 112, clover lit, wheal hay to,
Dried Fruits Prunes loo; apples 810o
Mill Feed - Shorts tin, Bran llli; Chop
10; rejected wheat, CO cents $ hu
Pork Sides 14c, shoulders lie, hama
on foot 6;,c : dressed 7ic
Potatoes 50c a bu ; apples 8O40c a box.
Ripans Tabulos euro constipation.
Kip:ui8 Tabulos : best livor tonio.
Ripans Tubules : one glvos roliof.
HARDMAN & DItEGELIS,
New York Merchant Tailors.
HultH muilo tn orclur hi Arnt-clas styles. We make
910 If limn I'urtluiifl flint cIhhb Uilunuii mil BUitH,
Call ami Kive ua u trial and wo will guarantee you
CLEANING AND HKPAIKIN0 DONE.
Next door nuuthnfAlbrln.it 4 Warner's meat market.
CITY VIEW NURSERY,
CAN BY, OREGON.
All Varieties Fruit Trees For Sale.
J. A. COX & SON.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
Obtain your family supplies at
the Grocery, just opened, on north
cist corner of Seventh and Center
streets. Prices as low as the lowest.
Country Produce Bought
Flour and Feeij For Sale.
J. A. BUCK. Prop.
Bank of Oregon City.
OLDEST BAM KINO IIOISI IM TUC CITV
Paid Up Capital, $50,000.
Gto. A. Hasdiso
E. O. CscriELD
Charles H. CACnaxo
K Oeneral Flanking Rualness Transacted.
Deposits hfretveil Subject lo Check.
Approved Bllla and Notes b I sec tin ted.
t;onntr and City W.rranta nought.
Loans Mail-on Available Hecurits
fcxehanire Bought and Hold.
Collectiona Made Promptly.
Oralis Hold Available in Any Part ol tb
TelrtraphlrKxrhangpRoldon Portland, 8aa
Francisco. I'hlraro and New York.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
sea aoikts or
THE LONDON CHEQUE BANK.
harder the times the more people most have for their csssy.
end to the other.
Men's Vicuna Underwear, reduced
Hoys' Oil Cloth Caps, reduced to
Men's Blue Flannel Wool Shirts,
Ladies' Storm Rubbers, reduced
EfS.UfcL. Sill liQ-
GENTS' READY-MADE CLOTHING
LADIES' CLOAKS AND DRESS GOODS,
For Fall and Winter.
THOS. CHARMAN & SON
RECEIVE EVERY FEW DAYS FRESH GOODS IN THE
Boots and Shoes for Ladles
The Largest and Most
THE ORDER OF THE AGE.
If there ever was a time when people should buy WISELY
i is now.
Bedding and Lounges MADE by us and BOUGHT of us
are the best and the cheapest.
Come and figure with us if
Crockery, Glassware, Notions, Etc.
We call especial attention
BELLOMY & BUSCH, The House Furnishers.
Hied Front's Special Sale!
$1 BUYS either 19 lbs. Dry Granulated Sugar 4 Ibsl Good
Roast Coffee 4 lbs. Good Green Tea 15 yds. Cabot W 18 yds.
Indigo Blue Print 40 yds. House Lining Ladies' Shoes Etc.
25c BUYS I pound each, Best Ground Pepper, Ginger, Mustard
or Allspice, Cocoanut 1 pr. Ladies' Rubbers 1 pair Infants' Shoes
1 Tarn O'Shanter Cap 1 Misses' Skirt. .
Ladies' wool mittens 15c; childs' mittens 10c; good rot ton sxks 6c; wall
paper 9c per roll ; mixed candy 10c per pound; hrnoins 10c, 17c and 20c; Misses'
cloaks $1 and $150, formerly to to $12; childs' wool boss 10c and 15c. Drest
goods at cost shoes gruutly reduced cluthin; at flrst cost.'
HAMILTON & ALLEN, OKEOOX CITY.
Seventh - Street - Bakery
LUNCH AND HOT COFFEE AT EVERT HOUR OF THE DAT.
All Kinds of Cake Made to Order
AND ORNA ENTED FREE OF .CHARGE.
m- LEAVE TOUR ORDERS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Jacob Kober, Proprietor.
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
OFFICE. REAR OF COMMERCIAL BANK.
Oregon City, Orecon.
CiKO. c. IlHOWSSLI.
A. B. Dhesxkx.
Brownell & Dresser,
Attorneys at Law,
Office One Door North .. ' Caufield it Hunt
ley'i D itjulort,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
VY. C'akky Johnson.
C. M. Idliman
Johnson & Idlcman,
CORNER FOURTH AND MAIN STREETS,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Real Estate To Sell and Money To Lend
The Commercial Bank
OF OREGON CITY.
CAPITAL f 100,000.
Transacts a General Banking Business
Lnana made. Bills discounted. Makca col
lections. Huys and sells exchange on all points
In the United stales anil Kiirope and 011 Hons
Kong. Deposits received sullied to check. In
terest at usual lalt-s allowed 01 time deposits.
Hank open lr im 9 A. M. to 4 P. St.; Saturday
evenings Irom 6 till 7 P. M.
D. C. LATOURETTE, F. E. DONALDSON,
Gun and Locksmith.
Adjoining the Noblitt Stable,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
All kinds of Firearms repair"! l flmiwd. All kinds
ul smal machines repaired. Daplfc.lt keys
nuMlWorall kinds o( locka. Uunaaod
Pistols bought and sold.
GEO. A. HAIiDLNG,
Standard Pat. Medicines.
Paints, Oils and Window Glass.
FrttcripUM Ammltli Omxmndtd.
to 75c per suit
double breasted, reduced to. .$1 00
to 50c a pair
and Gents for Winter Wear.
Varied Stock in Oregon City.
you want Furniture, Carpets, Stoves,
to our Big Stock of Patent Rock-
L.. M. ANDREWS, M. O
Drugs, Notions, Perfumeries,
Toilet Articles, tc.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
Cor. of 7th & Madison St., Oregon City.
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON, )
On the Street between the Bridge and the ;
Double and single rigs and saddle horses al
ways on hand at the lowest rates, and acorra.
also connected with the barn (or loos stock
Any Information regarding any kind ol slock
promptly attended to by letter or person. .
IIOK8K8 IIOUOUT OB SOLDI
Undertaking and Embalming.
Keeps Ihe BEST STOCK ot COFFIN8 AND
CASKETS outside ul Portland.
Ladles' and Genu' Burial Robes In stock.
8. F. SCRIPTURE, Manaisr.
Oregon City Transportation Co's
Fool Taylor St.
10:30 A. M.
Fool sth BU
8:00 A. M.
1 :00 . M
If you want a FIRST-CLASS
J-HOTOUKAPH call on him at
hia Old fund, opposite Fanr'i
Nothing but FIRST-CLASS WORK
aid Promptly Delivered.
OREGON CITT J088IXG SK:?.
ALL KINDS OF
I And Oeneraj Jobbing lo Order
' Sewer and Water Cczz::"3
I Made at tho Mr art Reasonablo Bate. All
I Work Is done with a view to last and satisfy al
concerned. Sbop on 7tk Street, ut Depot,
A, W. SCHffAN, PROP.