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About Oregon courier. (Oregon City, Clackamas County, Or.) 188?-1896 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1894)
Oreeoul'ily, February 22, 1894.
Tub idt of fusion between the demo
crat! and populists is being contem
plated by some democratic party leaders,
who omit to recognize the undoubted
(act that many democrats with intense
loyalty to their party would not rote
demo-populist ticket, neither would pop
ulist converts from the republican party
Could this double-teaming utterly de
(eat the republican party, leaving the
democratic party in Oregon stronger
than It now is, the scheme would be
A portion of the democratic party In
the state 01 uregon appears to De win
ins to sell itself to the devil for a mess
of pottage. It appears that a large faC'
tion ol the party favors fusion as i
means of securing a portion of the spoil
of office, and they are willinir to sell
their principles in order to secure the
defeat of the republican nominees in the
coming campaign, we see toe names
of such men as L. L. Mi-Arthur (ex-U
district attorney), Judire Thayer, W. I,
Kenton, John Burnett, E. 0. RuhhII
and A, Nollner, mentioned in connection
with the disreputable scheme, and as
Ihey have heretotoie been prominent in
the democratic councils, it is evident
that the idea has taken deep hold. We
wish to warn these gentlemen that the
scheme will not work, and the sooner
"-they bury it beyond resurrection the
better for all concerned. It is an aban
donment of principles for the sake of
SDoils. and while the office-seekers may
lie willing to adopt such a course the
voting rank ana Die will not lollow
them. No matter where the orders
come fiom, there will be no effective
fusion in June, and if it is attempted the
democratic vote will be divided, the
probability being that the republican
ticket win be the gainer uy tne division
Many democrats in dillerent parts of
the state are seriously discussing the
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propoaiuun ui msing wim mo HipiiiiBio
and putting up a state ticket compone l
of candidates from both parties. This
would be the proper thins to do; but it
cannot be seriously considored, because
the third-party people will not agree to
.fusion. With three tickets in the Held
the success of the republicans is reason
ably certain. If the populists nominate
a state ticket composed in pare ol good
men of democratic antecedents, and
that iortion is endorsed by the democ
racy it can be elected by a safe majority
The Timet is of the opinion that the
combined vote of the democrats and
populist in Oregon is larger than that of
the republican. Jacktonville Timet.
Populist legislation has failed of use
fulness chiefly because of the bitter pre
judice that drove it to extremes. The
populists have worn their fighting
clothes tot much. They have been sus
picious, pugnacious and vengeful.
Every man outride their party is either
a corporation ist or the tool of a corpo
ration, anq in either cane a thief. The
laws passed by populist legislatures, or
by legislatures of any political complex
ion in which the same agrarian senti
ments were powerful, have been so uni
formly unfriendly to invented capital,
and have so uniformly failed to discrim
inate between the use and the abuse of
corporate privileges, that capital has
been giving such states as wide a berth
aa possible. As not even the pop
ulists have yet discovered any way of
developing the industries of a state
without capital, the effect has fallen
harmlolly upon the people themselves.
Whatever of good there may have been
in the populist doctrines lias suffered
from the venomous spirit displayed by
the agitators who thrust themselves
forward as leaders of the party .Louit-
MR. HERMANN AND HOPS.
The duty on hops, under the law of
lo33,ws8 cctitn a pound. MiUiulry
increased it to 13 cents. The Wilson
bill restores the old duty, Mr. Her
mann, Oregon's congressman, said a
few days ago, in the course of an attack
upon the Wilson revision :
"Another blow is that which afreets
the hop Industry. Our mild, moist, soft
climate and deep, rich and alluviul soil
have made Oregon the home oi the hop.
Every variety reaches the highest de
velopment, (nit with all this, without
protection, we cannot ovei come the dif
ference between our labor and that of
Bohemia and Bavaria and other portions
This is demogogy. The truth is that
about one-third of the annual crop of
hops in the United Sta'es Is exported
and sold profitably on the other side of
the Atlantic in open competition with
the pauper bops "of Bohemia, Bavaria
and other portions of Europe." The
crop In 1800 was 30,872,854 pounds. The
exports of hops for the last two years
are stated as follows is a recently pub
lished annual report of tho treasury de
18!)2 12,004 (W8
This oflicinl report nlsn shows the
quantity of hops imported into Great
Britain for several years past and how
much was taken from the several ex
porting countries. Here are the figures
for 1801 and 1802:
fiiiKRipp Ganong hits collected over
$20,000 in delinquent mortgage taos nrd
expects to collect more. Mid success In
this mutter is luruuly owing to bis de
termination to fully execute the duties
assigned to him even if it takes the
"hide and hair" on". The people of
Clackamas county could not find s man
that would more thoroughly and impar
tially administer the office of sheriff
than C. W. (imioiig, and they should
express their approval of his faithful
ness by reelecting him with a rousing
majority. Sheriu" (ianong rellrelM great
credit on the democratic party.
All the unemployed need, writes Ed
ward Bellamy, "In order to be fed,
clothed and sheltered, is id be set to
work to support one another." They
do not need charity, but tools and land
on which to establish theinselvea to
spin, to weave, to farm, to garden, to
tiilor, to make shoes, to work at trades
of all sorts. Colonizing llm idle by the
several slates or by the great cities
would be far better and safer than to let
them roam over (lie country In swarms.
Tim country gained in gold imports
during President Cleveland's first term
$54,772,060. Its net loss during Presi
dent Harrison's term was 1 22,1114 ,000.
During 1803 the excess of gld exp r.s
over itnpi rts wai seven millions, and
the exiess of silver exports over imports
28 millions. Evidently the goldbugs of
America aru equal to the gldbngi of
Euro.ie, and there ' a big fo eigu de
mand for our depreciated silver dollars.
CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC 8TATE CON-1
At a miellnu ol the Executive Cum
milieu i( llifl lieiniK'ialle hlnte ( 'en Ira
Committee held in I lie ritv of I' Milan
Oreiron.nn February 2. 1804, ll was dp'
termined that the stale ren'eietiiation
at the Democratic Hiale Convention to
be held in Astoria tin April 18, IK04. I
is follows : One dele tptte for each eon n
ty and one delegate at large fur each
150 votes, and each fraction nf 75 voluo
or over, cast for II hi A.H liiiiiiutt al
the fttnte election on Jiinetl IHD2, which
would uive a county representation a
I'nion . ',
Per cent, supplied by the
United States 41.0
shows clearly bow hops
produced in this country are sold in
Great Britain in free competition with
the hops of the producing countries of
Europe. It will be noticed that, in
spite of whut Mr. Hermann savs for
political effect about the labor cost in
Bohemia, tho hops of that country do
not appear to have been sold in Great
Britain In competition with those ol the
United States, although the American
hops have no protective duty there, and
that Buvaria has not been able to pre'
vent the United States from supplying
43 per cent, of the British demand
where the hops of all countries are sold
on even terms so far as protective duties
If (lie American producers of hops ran
sell one-third of their crop annually in
European markets, competing freely
there with tho hops- of all European
countries and of the world, without the
advantage of a tariff duty on the com
peting product, is it possible that they
cannot undersell the hops of these for
eign countries here at home without the
assistance of any tariff duty whatever?
According to the Textile World of
Boston, 172 new mills for the manufac
ture of textile goods were erected in this
country lust year. These mills were
projected after the election of the pres
nt tariff reform congress, and most of
them after the Inauguration of President
Oieyeland. Twenty-seven of the 52 cot
ton mills erected are in the South, North
Carolina leading with 14. The total for
New England la 15, all but two of them
being in Massachusetts. Nearly all of
the 53 new knitting mills also use cotton.
Most of them are In the middlo states,
the South and West haying, however, 15
between them. There were six cotton
batting mills put up, only one less than
in 1802. The profits of the woolen man
ufacturers wore cut down some, but they
were sufficiently large to justify the
erection and opening of 33 new woolen
mills. They are scattered pretty well
over the country, every section being
represented. About half as many silk
as woolen mills were established, New
Jersey and Pennsylvania manufacturers
putting up 10 of them. Evidently the
manufacturers were not scared when
they saw tho democracy in the saddle at
Ukdeu the pressure of foreign compe
tition, wheat growing has fallen also in
England to a sorry and sorious basis.
In 30 years the acreage has gradually
(alien from 4,000,000 acres to 2,000,000
acres, and the crop which averaged
38,000,000 pounds from 1852 to 1800 has
fallen to 17,000,000 pounds in 1803. In
England and Australia as well m in the
United States, theie is a ruinous de
pression in the price of horses, the sup
ply of which is far greater than the
demand. We canto', lay the blame for
the very bad slate of the wheat and
horse flesh markets on the callous backs
of the Wall street gamblers or the Jew
ish money kings of Frankfort and Lon
don, but our maledictions should descend
on the farmers of India, Kussia and the
Argentine Republic, and on the in
ventors that have made electric nnd
cable railways mora profitable in our
large cities than horse-cars and horse
carriages. The current rapid material
progress produces in a short time
changes that are almo-t revolutions.
The disposition of priestcraft to ully
itself with kingcraft, wi th the selfish
object of tightening its hold on the
masses, received a recent illustration
in the English house of lords when the
Parish Councils hill came up for consid
eration. The measure as it passed the
commons, contained a provision that the
Council should never meet In a public
house. This saleguard against the new
Institution getting into the hands of the
saloonkeepers or becoming In any way
associated with drink, was warmly
praised by the more scrupulous lory
leaders in commons and received a very
general approval In the pre?s of the
country. It was precisely this clause
which the lords rallied most enthusias
tifally to kick out. But mark: They
had the help of every bishop present in
their vote to permit the new Village
Councils to assemble In licensed houses ;
(or unless the rural hind drinks beer
enough to enable the publican to pay
good rent, will not the bishop's crony,
the titled landlord, suffer? The house
of lords as well as the established
church must go I
In the abolition slate of Ohio the race
row over the school question still con
tinues. At Chillicolhe, where the
blacks "tried their hardest" to
admission for their children to the com
mon public school, excitement among
the whites has run so high (list they are i
talking of boycotting the Marks and re- I
fusing them all employment. And Ol io
has always loved tint negro at long
range, in the cotton fields!
It is suggested by the State Centra
Committee that all counties elect dele
iriima lo .Slate Convention. linL ilt.fur
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Chairman State t'enlri I Committee
Cius. N Wait. Secretary. ,
Henry Childs Merwin asks in the
Atlantic Monthly: "Did we rebel against
England, have we declared constitu
tions, made laws, organized a nation, in
order that Richard Croker who began
Lis career as a 'tough' and ends as a
millionaire or his successor in the of
fice of Tammany Boss, might put his
foot on our necks and keep it there?
That is the question that confronts the
citizens of New York." Notwithstand
ing Mr. Croker's dictatorship, Tammany
is intensely democratic and exuberantly
patriotic. Merwin admits that in the
wars of 1812 and 1801-5 it made a noble
record, and that the society was founded
to cherish the cause -of the people, to
defend the Jefl'ersonian view of our gov
ernment as against tho aristocratic view,
which, early in the century, was very
strong. The Tammany man dislikes and
despises the Anglomania of what is
called "so-cf-ety" in New York. Tam
many is his cliuich, his club, his totem.
I am a Democrat," is the proudest
boast of the Tammany brave.
Erastub Winans, the imminent New
York capital and philanthropist, no v a
forger (or $220,000, has a in mt promis
ing outlook to go "over the road" for a
longer series of years than B ss John Y.
McKane, the autocrat of Coney Island,
who last week was sent up ior election
frauds. Thus the mighty full, and the
penniloss tramp is at this h nir in a
better fix than either of them.
We must widen our vision beyond
our homes in considering this question
of hard times and business paralysis.
The same depression exists throughout
the worl J, and is especially felt In Eng
land. In that country the farmer has
bten peculiarly unfortunate, the great
drouth of last summer, the general de
pression and high rents making the
year very dark.
At their stale convention in Portland
on April 1 III), the lepuhlicans can nom
inate no man more worthy of the office
of secretary of state than Harrison R.
Kincaid, proprietor of the Eugene Jour
nal, and he is everyway capable of ful
filling its duties.
Til "Cutholic Directory" (or 1804
gives the number of Catholics in the
United States as 8,902,033. Compared
with the total of 1802, the increase in
Catholic population lust year was 05,038.
The priests number 0717.
Victor A. Lotier, porn I ist cstidida'e
(or congressman at large, rectiV' d
in Philadelphia only 205 voles in a total
ballot of oyer 177,000. Socialism is not
prosperous in the City of Brotherly
PACIFIC COAST NOTES
Ma. Dyer asks why pay the bond
holder in gold and the poor soldier in
depreciated currency? The bondholder
must be paid in gold because the bonds
were purchased with gold. This is com
mon honesty. Woodburn Independent.
The bonds were not purchased with
gold, dollar for dollar. It is a fact famil
iar to those who lived in the "state"
during the civil war that large issues of
government bonds were bought with
greenbacks depreciated more than
100 per cent, and that all bjnds issued
during the war were bought for less
than their face. They were stored away
by the capitalists who afterward pur
suaded a republican administration to
enact legislation that made both princi
pal and interest payable in full in gold.
That was not an act ol "common hon
esty" but of prodigions rascality. In
the annals of modern history no steal
greater than this ia recorded.
Rki. Knot's tolerance is wearing away
the conspicuous denominational differ
ences. "It is an interesting manifesta
tion," says the New York Sua, "that
Catholics, Protestants, Jews anil secu
larists work together for charity, and
that priests, rabbis, minister and ethi
cal lecturers can unite peacefully at
meetings to help the needy, whether be-
ievers or unbelievers On the platform
of a large hall in which a charity meet
ing was lately held, there was a group
of men, few of whom knew each other.
Let me introduce yon to my friend,
Rubbi , said an amiable Catholic
priest to a smiling Calvinistic clergy
man; and there were greetings all
around as an agnostic joined the party."
The Amity Popgun is defunct.
Sixteen mills is the amount of the tax
levy fixed by the county court of Benton
county for state, county and school pur
poses a reduction of 0 mills from its
levy of lust year.
It is stated that, the shipments of but
ter (rom the East to the Sound cities
amount on an average to five carloads
per week and the shipments of oleomar
garine to three carloads pur week.
The sheriff of Malheur county evi
dently is no dronj. The Vale Gazette
gives the gentleman this complimentary
mention : Sheriff Fell has just returned
from Portland where he has been buy
ing a stock of liquors a id cigars for his
People who were acquainted wi h
Jus. U'Mearu while he was a resident of
Oregon may be interested to know that
he is writing articles in support of the
Mckinley tarill for Uahlornia papers.
The memory of man runneth to the
lime when Jeems was a democrat of the
rankest "copperhead" stripe.
Twenty-six miles of the Coos Bay,
Rosuhurg & Eastern railroad are in
operation. It is believed that work on
the road w ill be resumed early in the
spring and the same completed to Rose-
burg, a distance of 04 miles, belore the
rainy season sets in next fall.
The county court of Washington com.-
tv made the following tax levy: School
4 2 10 mills, indigent soldiers' 1-10 mill,
county revenue 0 410 mills; making a
total for all county purposes of 1(1 710
mills. Add the stale levy as made Ly
the state board of 4 3 10 mills, makes a
total for all purposes of 15 mills.
More than 8001 applicants have been
given meals at the free eutingliouse of
the Sisters of Charity of Ht. Vincent's
hospital. The Station army people
say that they are now furnishing 500
meals each day at their snip kitchen,
beside affording relief to about twenty
inilignent families Portland Dipalch.
It is estimated that 150,000 acres of
placer land have been taken up In south
ern Idaho, mainly along the Snake.
The depth of the auriferous gravel
varies from a few feet up to 20 or more,
while the actual assay valuo of the
ground varies, perhaps, from $1 to $5
yard. If there were an average depth
ot six feet with an average value of $2,
the amount of gold represented would
Sillis K. Smith, a farmer of Endicott,
Wash., finds from actnal test, the past
season, that he can cut, thresh and
sack his wheat with a combined thresher j
for $1 50 per acre, counting the vie d at j
15 bushels. Willi the new llopgood j
seeder, which is a machine that plows, i
harrows and seeds at a single operation,
heclitims he can seed an acre tor 75
cents, thus bringing the total cost of a
wheat crop to $2 25 per acre, ll t ie
product sells for .'10 cents per bushel, or
$4 50 er acre, the profit is $2 25 per
According to the Tomnhavt. on Si.n
Call for a Demooratio Confartnct in
Portland. Or., Feb. 12ih. l.S'M
At a mass meeting of democrats held
Ihisoay in this city, lite undersign'
were inslruced to invite the in-iub ts ol
the Democrulic Stale Central Committee
and of the County Central Committor of
cacti county and the uiemiiers of me
Executive Committee of the State 1 ,-in
ocralic Clubs and such other leading
and reliable democruta from each county
as may te ante to ue present, to attend
a conference to be held in the city ol
Portland, Oregon, on Tuesday, March
0th, 1H04, at 10 o'lock a. in- to discuss.
In an informal way, the plan of cam
paign, to be recommended to the county
and state conventions for adoption al
tne coining general election.
This action is not intended in any way
to tuke the place of the regular ma
chinery of the organization, but i
In obedience to this, we cordially and
eurnestly request your presence The
important results of the pending con
test demand your advice, counsel and
help. If you are unable to attend in
person, select some one who can come in
your stead. Let there be a full atten
dance and a free and earnest exchange
W. W. Tiiavhr (Chairman), W. I). Fkn-
TON, GrO II. MoFFRTT, Eh. C. Rl'S-
pell, Pat Powers, A . Noltxbr.
A recent number of the Morning Call.
San Fiancisco, contains an account of
lie trial in that city of a gasoline car,
the invention of Daniel S. Regan. : The
propulsion of the car is effected by the
injection into the engine cylinder nf a
ainail quantity of gasoline, the vopy of
which ia mixed with air, forming an
explosive mixture that is fired by elec
tricity. A pressure of 280 pounds per
square inch is producud on the piston.
The trial car is said to have operated
with great success, demonstrating an
economy and ease of working altogether
superior to anything in the line of street
car motors that has yet made its
Eighty acres of fine farm land, mostly
iHiitoui, mi Woodcock creek, Clackamas
I'onnly, two miles from Meadow It rook
postollli e. Three aetes cleared, 12 acres
slashed ; gxxl house :ilx.'0 Pric e $SIH),
of which $'' must be paid ilnvvi , bal
ance two years' limit, For lurllier par
Oculars call at Colin Kit office or address
meat Vancouver, Was'l.
Mrs. Anna Tavloii.
Wo desire tn say tn our clllatitis, thai fur years
WU nave been scums: I'r. Kins a New iiisenv
liir i oiisiiiui linn, lir. KIiik's New I. lie fill",
IIIK-Klfll Arilll-S Halve HIM Kll'Clrlf llllll-ra,
n. I hum never handle ! r-ni-,l Hint sell '
well, or thill have kivcii such universal atllac
linn. We tin mil hesitate tn Kuaranlee llii'iii
every lime, ami wu sihimi realty to return! tin
iturctnise price 11 satisfactory result do not fol
low their urn. TIicmi reiiH-illi-N have won lliclr
ureal i,iiilarll inirrly mi their inerlls. (I, A
Till" remedy Is tn-riiming o well known anil
no itoniilsr us to ni-i-il mi xiieciHl inenlliin. All
who Iihvu iim Kl-'trl Hilton sins the satiie
song ol iirtitMo A purer rnt-illeliie iI,hn nut exist
inil It Is aiiHrriiiti-ed IikIo all Hint In claimed
Klei'trie Hitter,, will cure all IImhcr of the
l.lver anil Kidneys, will remove riuiles, Hulls,
Hall lt!i,Miin anil utiier altei'lloiiM emmed hy hu
ouiu IiIimhI Will drive Malaria from tho sys
tem Hint prevent as well ss cure all MhIhtIhI fe
vers. Km cure id llesdsi'lie, Constipation and
liidliriliiii try Kleetrle Hitters Kutlre satlsinc-
tlini xiinraulced, or inimev refunded. Price ISO
i ts. ami ll per Dome al u. a. naming urns
Kipuiis Tulinlcs : (or sour stomach.
Kiputis Tubules cure bod breath.
Kipans Tubules cure headache.
MO 1 1 :?. IS IlKKKHY IIIVKN Tl) TIIK I.KOAl.
" voters ol School hinlni'l No. M ol lacknmat
county, stslt, id Ori-Kon, that ttie Ainuisl HcIiihii
MeeltiiK tor snlil dlNirli't wili lie held at Poie'r
hsll, (tri-trou t;liy, Oreicni, to Im-k'ii al the hoin
of S o'clock p.m., on the llmi )loiilHV,helhK ilu
jIIi day ol March, A. h. IstH 'lids ini-elhix Is
called for die piirpopu of eleelina a School Id
rector for a term ol three years, and a IMslrlct
Clerk for (he term of one year, and the transac
tion of IniNlnexft usual at such meeting,
listed tins tli day ol Fehrilarv, I MM
Attest: II. L. KKI.I.Y,
runs. K. Kvas, Cliilrinan Hoard of Dlrcctorr.
CITY TliEASL'liKR'S NOTICE.
VO li'K IlKKKHY tilVKS THAT TIIKHE
are aiillleleut Main street funds on handle
pay warrants No. I3, ih7, wh, 0 tl. IM, ti !. tiitt.
o u, mil, ta, a.d, ia,, mi.
liiu-resl ceases with Hie ilale .if this nollce.
K. I.. IIOI.UAN,
Kelirtiary ism. city treasurer.
FiltEMF.N'S ELICCTION NOTICE.
1'flTlrif W IlkUk'UV fllVtVV 'IIIAT Tlll- ltl,
will lie an e.ectUni held at Fountain H
Company 'a Iiom, room on Monday, the .ah day ol
11 ircti, Isid, for the uurisise of electlua aie eldei
enifineer and one asKihtioit engineer for the co
ureaoii city, pcurnarv 'iisi, jmi.
II HUM bTKAlUHT, Mayor.
it ,.,,,,,. triune ilml fufri'i'r ileAlrimt uuVr-
liimnhlr fatlr,vhtthrr msiA the Aii.tif,inr,
aim itr H'i'i', letlhmit ittMttlumtlm nr hiltirit
In Ihr mint itrlientt 'tin. It was for II fly
yenra l lie aoi-rnl formula nt Krasmua
t """"'' I " .
t! the hluliesl siidi ulty and the ansa cinliiriil It
(I ileriuatol m-t and air ccllll that ever U
tl Hi nt, paring ld private iraclleol life- If
time HiiioirK Kw iinttllliy hikI HrlvtirtTitcv of ,
r.tirnptt iiu itri'tfrinni mm rw; i-
I hy nittll, hiK'uri'ly pHckcd. r.frr'Kx-M-timer
cmji!ctlnl. Holt A(i'nt for Ai.iur.ea.
tj rha Sko ikum iluot Ha'r Grower Co.,
j' K, 7 'oiiDi Kill.. ' vt nf, Naw York. It
4. v y v yv'tyiTt j
Golden Opportunity Foe Suffer
I nc lluiiiunlty.
rllydr.iana (lira Tlirlr Khii,IIm tu Ills I'wpls.
DO YOtl SUFFER? nUhiliiir roiir rouble
mid w will Mnl yti Pri ol Clmm i nxL
cuuitNft of opcciNM.r ir'pnrmi rfitifdicH imi miimmi
in voiir rnws nr. wam im it iiwon
UC PI U f II D C IliMmwt f7rnmr(Mjwii-jt
f.ir nil tliwHWH mid ilfltirmlllM rttn Mulrn nl
MriMitlflo, fltiutrl by nunjr jrwiii' ripi-rimc.
wltlcli 11111 1. 1m ii tu liiinnmtre Cure. Do not
N. It, W hit f tlit niily poflltlvA cure f
Kril.KI'MV (KITH) Htltl t'ATAKHII. IWfrTPIIC
Kivi-n. IVriMNiifiilly-liK'HlHl. fOI fnUlilMtfil.)
Or. WILLIAMS' MEDICAL AN0 SURGI
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APPLICATION FOR LICENSE.
OTK'K 18 HrKKltYtdVKN THAT I 8HAI.L
apply lo the cltv council of Oregon City. Ore-
gou, lor a saloon license to continue my saloon
located ui urcfron Cltv, saitt license to dale irom
March lillh, Ism. A'.IIKKf BC'llKUIMJ.
APPLICATION FOR LICENSE.
OTICK ts IIKItkUY filVK.V THAT t MIAIX
iioulv to the cltv council of Oreuon I'll v. Ore
gon, for a saloon license toeontiniie my saloon
iiH-au-d ni oreuon my, sain ncciise iodine iroin
Muich "ill, l!4.
L. A. NOI1KI..'
APPLICATION FOR LICENSE.
'OTICK IS IlKKKHY filVKS THAT I HIIA1X
apply lo the city council of Oregon I'lty, Orejrnn,
fur a ailloon license for a mIimiii to be locsM uu Main
struet at the ulil Totitr A Kelly place la Oregon
Illy, said license tixlute from March Jill. ISM.
AL.C lir.U 11.USK,
"Any fort in a Storm."
That's a good maxim, but it will tut
work as a ruin in the purchase of a
remetly (or ltlieumatism. Any of the
cheap noHtrutns. will not effect a cure-
in (act none of them will. Don't trifle
with life ami prolong agony. Get I'r.
Drummoml'H Lightning Remedy, and a
speedy cure ia certain Due hoi tie ia
worth a hundred of anything else, and
for that reason it ia the cheapest when
a cure is h anted. Of druggists, or sent
to any address hy express: Drninmo id
Medicine Co., 48 ol) Maiden Lane, Mew
York. Agents wanted. .
Kipling Tubules : one glvos relief.
X THU CIKCt'lT COl'RT OF TH K STATE OF
Oregon, lor the County of Clackamas.
Martin P. Morgan, l'lututilf, l
Annie L. Morgan, Defendant.)
Tn Annie L. Moriran, the above-named defen
dant: in the name of the state of Oregon.you are
required to appear and answer the conipiniiil of
the pluiiililt' huretn.on or before Monday, the llith
diiy oi April, a. o. iru-i; aim 11 you lau to answer,
the D'.aiuiin win nniuy io ine court ior tne reuei
urnved for ill the complaint, to-wlt: Fur a de
cree di-a living the bonds of matrimony now ex
isting between you and the plaiiititr, and for
sucti inner sun turiner reuei as io me conn may
seem eoiiltablc and lust.
This summons is oublished bv order of Hon.
Thus. A. McUrlde, judge of the olh judicial dis
trict ol the suite oi Oregon, ouieo r enruary tutu,
ISIH. COWING OOW1N11.
Attorneys for l'laintlir.
af tereatlng a hearty meal, and th
result ia a chronic cue of Indiget
tion. Hour Stomach, Heartburn,
Dyspepsia, or a bilious attack.
Preasete Dlcestlea. Heialate tho
Mfmnh. l.lver Kaal Bawela. farlfv
the lllaod, audare a Positive Care fur
Constipation, Hick Headache, HII.
fonsneaa. and all other UImsms arlilna
from a disordered condition of the Liver anl
atoniach. They act gently yet promptly, and
perrect digestion follows their use.
ItlpanaTahiiles take the place of aa Entire
Stedlclae Chest, aud shoulri be aeplfor
use in ever imrauj.
Sold ty dnovtttt or ami hy
Price, Tuo JMIar.
10 ayraM ac, New Tsrk.
t-NDKR TAX EXECUTION.
IIY VIHTl'K OF A WAHKANT f.SSUKI) OCT
of the county court ol Iliu stale ol Oregou
luri.iacaauiaa coiiniy, io me uirecicu, eooiuiaua
lug luo lo levy upon the giaala and chattels,
rtiimtii otlw.rK. ol tin. rollou'ltuf-iutmed taxuavor.
on the duliiimicnt tax mil of 1!, and If none
could be found, then upon the real pioperly set
lortn therein, or so mui-ii therein as Mian sansii
the amount of taxes so charged, with costs anil
exieuscs, and being unable to Hnd any porsuhal
property, I duly levlid upon the following de
scribed Piece ol real properly, lying ami ueiog
In add Clackamas county, state of Oregon, de
scribed and assessed as follows: If. Klllin, agent;
mortgage given July ait, Isra, recorded In Vol.
I', page -! l. on part ol O W. Walling u. I- C.
and against u. I. Msgoue and wile, assessed
value sfsiuo. tax l .0. And on Saturday, the 17th
duv of March, Iwi4, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. tu.
ol said day, at Hie front door ol the courthouse
in said county and slate, I will sell the alaive
described proiK-rly at public auction, to
th hlulieNi bidder for cash, sublccl to re
demptlon, lo satisfy said warrant, costa and ac
cruing costs. V. Vi. OANONU,
Sheritl and lax Collector of Clackamas Co., Or,
SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE UN
N THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF TH B STATE OF
Oregon, for the County of Clackamas.
Thomas Churman and F. R. Charmsn,)
partners as cnarman a. noil, riaiiimis,
salary and expenses paid weekly from stark
Parmsnentposltlon. Exclusive territory.
Exparlsnos unnecessary. PsenlUrOJL O
eonunlsalon to local part-
time areata. Larsert
"""y,! ads far the orchard,
took. VOVhk lawn and garden.
We want yon now, while
WVaW the fruit Induetrr Is so
rfnneement. Outfit and fall par-1
lomlare free. BROWN BHOB. OO., Bur- I
errymon, Portland, Ore. (This nouae It I
reliable. Name this paper. sa.
ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR'S- NOTICE OF SALE FOR DELINQUENT
MOTiCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT HY VIRTUE OF CERTAIN WARRANTS FOR THE COb-
lectton of certain delinquent street improvement assessments, levied for ttie Improvement of
Main street in Oregon City, Clnckiimas county, Oregon, which warrants command me to forthwith
levy on the property described below, upon which is assessed the amounts respectively, herein set
forth, fur the Improvement of saiil Main street, as hereinafter speciiled, in said city, aa directed In
Ordinance numbered ir7 of said city, which assessments are declared by Ordinance numbered
WO, and Were entered III the Docket of City Liens on tho oth day of October, A. V. 1K93, lo Ihe
owners herein speciiled, and which further command me to sell the same in Ihe manner provided
by law, to make Ihe sums set forth below, together with my percentage and costs, and further to
return the proceeds of such sale 'o the City Treasurer, aud said warrants to the Reconler of laid
city, with my doings endorsed thereon, together with the receipts of the Treasurer for the proceeds
of such sale as paid to him, within sixty days from the date thereof: such warrants bearing date
the llith day oi February, mil, and given under ihe hand of I. L Porter. Recorder of said city, and
sealed with the seal of Oregon City.
I have levied on .the following described property, as belonging to the individuals whose
names appear below annexed, as the same appear assessed and recorded in the said Docket of
City Liens, and I will, on Saturday, the l'lli day of March, IX'.U, at the door of the county court
house In Oregou City, Clackamas cuunly, Oregon, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon i f
said day, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cush tn hand on the day of sale, all Ihe
below described property, or so much theieof as may be necessary to pay and satisfy the sums set
opposite such descriptions of property, and'asscssed against the same for such street Improve
ments above set forth, together wilh accruing costs, charges and expenses :
block. I.o r.
OWNEg S NAME.
John oiehisch and
M. J. Hriidcrii'
4 1 E. D. Kelly
Consumption ia the moat deadly of
diseases. It kills one-aeventh of the
people who die. Yet it ia one of the
diseases moat easily prevented, says a
medical authority. With precaution
in attending the sick, diai n lection nf
rooms inhabited hy tlieui, and strict
enforcement f other sanitary regula
tions to prevent the passage of the germ duv afternoon a meeting waa held in the
from one pert on to another, cunsutup- Hibernian Hall, Portland, by member .
tion would become aa rare aa smallpox I ol Ihe Roman Catl.olic church, to lake
. 'action against the A. I A lr. A. C.
That mnrump organ. Harper', j S'''h tn president and 201 pereons j
, ,, . . i . . i . i were present. The principal speaker
Weekly, has had it genteel stonucl. wlg j,,. KIVler hJm re,,k.
soured hy the democratic parly because j wer both tiery and flowery. J. J ;
it isn't biuh toned enough anal an in- , Kelly waa no le excited In his lata.
come tax has been annexed to the Wil- A boycott or at-ah list was adopted com- I
. -.-,, Y, trr li , . . . , posed of names of Tortlandera believed
son tanffb.ll. The Weekly ia "kid glov- DwmlMfn , ,he A. P. A. That
ish" and finical and too utterly Ux) too : ,,ting has renewed the activity of the '
in be loyal to any parly. 'A I'. A. itr. '
Miss K. Barclay
Miss K. Ilarclay
Aldcn Fault A Vegetable I'tviervlug Co.
Julia Hit hard-.
Jane E. Muck
Jane E. Buck
L. T. Barln
James Dolan Estate
James Dolan F.stale
James Dolan Estate
James Dolan F.alate
L. T. Barln
Mrs. J. E. Sampwn
Beginning a! SE. corner of lot 4. hlk. 2, theme
northerly along west line of Main HI. '2s feet;
llieuce westerly al right angles S7 feet; thence
southerly at right angles 24 feet: thence east
eny at flghl angles s; feet lo point of lie
giii'.dng " The north half of lot 2 of blo.-k 4, rut on" by a
line at r'ght angles lo Main street
Mrs. Msrgarvt Wyganl
II. W. Ross
North half of let T in tdo k 21, rut off by a lin
at right-auglea lo Main tn,-l
fVginnlng at Ihe NW. eom-rof lot S. I'lk. -T. thence
southerly along rM line of Main f1rret:l7.f feet;
thence easterly at right angles 70 feet; thence
Ifinlterly St riahl-aliglen :7." feet; thence westerly
at right-anglei 70 feet to place .a beginning
Aim hVaiiinina el nortbeant comer .4 mid lot a. t hence
Westerly along the sonlh line of .'lh rtreet V. feel;
thence a.ntlierly at ristit-angba ;W.sft feet: tbem-e
ea-lerly al rltfht-angle ;L feet- thence northerly
al rilil-anslee : 4 V. feet, to place of beginning
Keubeii Fant n and J. H. Teasdale, part
ners us r anion avteasnuie, I'eieuiiaiiM.
Statb cf Obc.on,
County of Clackamas.) "
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue ot an ex
ecution issued out of Hie circuit court of the
state ol Oregon for the county ui Clackamas,
bearing date the Iftlh day of January, lsui, In a
suit wherein tho above-named were plaintllfa
anil defendants respectively, commanding me,
in the name of the state of Oregon, that out of
the pereonal proiwuv of said defendants or if
aullii-ieht cannot lie found then out ol the real
estuie of said defendants, to realise a sum sum
(dent to satisfy the demuiidsof said decree, to
wit: gliaMO and a fuither sum of SIH.H.V together
with Interest on the same since said decree was
entered at eiaht per cent, per annum, and also
the costs of and attending this sale. Now, there
fore, In obedience to suoh execution, I did, on
the itlst day of May, 1WJI, duly levy upoc, under
attachment In this action, ami will, on Haturday,
the 17th dav of March. IMH. at Ihe hour of one
o'cloek p. in of said day, al Ihe Irom door of the
courthouse in saiil county, oner ior ssie at pine
lie auction, and sell to the highest anil best bid
der, for cash in hand, all the right, title and
InicroMt thu saiil defendant had in and lo the
following described real propel ty, to-wit: Being
part of 1'. Muster 1). I, c. In section -41, township
3 suiilh, range :t east, and described as follows,
to-wlt: in Binning at northwest corner of O.
L. :. No. 02. IowhsIiIdS sonlh. raugc3east: run
nlnu thence north 60 east 12 chains: east 26
chains: south 26 east tt'1.72 chains, west H.'.W
chains, north ao west ii.bO chains: south ,1)
west 26.47, to west boundary ol claim at a point
121) chains south 2jo eaal from place of begin
ning; thence tracing said west boundary to place
ot beginning; containing in all t'-t) acres, more or
less; also all of lots six (0), seven (7) and eight
(8) In section 20 In township 3 south, range 3 east
of w. M., iHintaiulng oJ.77 acres in Clackamas
Dated this 10th day of February, A. D.
C. V. UAhONtl,
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon
SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF FORECLOS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF
a Oregon, for Die county uf Clackamas,
W. W. MeCuire and II. u. McGnlre,
Winflclri 9. ChaDinftit. and 8. W.
B.HHtiell, asflKiietj for the U'nt'Iit
of the creditors of ttiiineKi
8TATK OP OKEOOII. I
County of t'tafknmas.l
Notice Ir herehT if I veil that bv virtue of an ex
ecutinn utul onler of ttale issnoil out of the cir
cuit court of the Ktateof Oretfon for the county of
t'lackntna, beanng (lute the .'-'th day "t febru
ary, in a sini wnereiii me aoove-nttmea
wtTt plitintltttt ami defeudantA, itunmauding
tne. in the name of the state of Oreirnii. that out
of the reul estuie hereinafter iloscrlbed, to real
ize a m mi sunVlent to entity the demands of
said decree, to-wit: IWK1..5, and cost accrued
of 17.2t, together with interetiton the name since
s.-.id decree was euteretl, at 10 per cent, per an
num. and alxn the os nf and attenrtinK thin nle.
Now, therefore, in obedience to mien decree, I
lid duly levy not n, and will, on Satunlay. the
I7ih duv nf Man'li. 1K4. at the hour of one
o'clock p ni. of nU day, at the front door of the
courthouse in natd county, otter for sale al public
auction, and sell to the hinhewt anl Iwxt bidder,
for caah hi hand, all of the rittht, title and ititer
ent the said defendauls alMtve uameil, had at the
diite of the lnortL'nire. hi aud to the following de
crihed real properly, twH: Situate, lying and
b'.-uiK in tne count v oi t lacaainas in me state oi
OreKoit, ami bounded and particularly described
n followM: An undivided twentv nine hun
dmlths of a tract of land hounded by beginning
at a point at low water or tne n uiameiie river,
which point ts nixty ) feet south of the south
west corner of the old "Standard" grist mill nn
the river bank at the town of Milwaukio in said
i'lai-kamax county, and running thence east
three hundred ;M! feet to the west line of the
county road between Portland and Oregon City;
thence northerly fifteen hundred (l'W) feet along
the wtt hue of bum county mad to the north
sidaof the old mill pond at the bridge acrwa
Johnson creek; thence westerly aud mmtherly,
following the northern and western boundary of
said mil) pond to the northeast corner of an acr
of land deeded andconvevedbyD.il. Hemtee
sue wife io 'rytil Snring Water Company;
thence westerly along th north line of said acre
tract to low water mark in the Willamette river:
thenc following the meanders of the right bank
of the WilNinetle river easterly and southerly
up stream to the point of beginning, together
with the tract of ground at the waste-way of the
southerly mill pond, and also including all
water riithts and prtvllfg owned hy the said
defendant, WinrieM H. Chapman, and in anywise
belonging, appertaining or requisite the main
tenaii4e of the water piwer or Ihe operation of
the mill on said arKive-described real etale. tt-geiht-r
with all and singular the tenements,
hereditament and appurtenances thereunto be
' longing or in anywise appertaining.
haled Ibis lth day of rVbniary. A. P. Itt.
I C. W. liANONti. I
j SherilT of Clackamas County, Oregon
Whit Is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry,
ftiarah. hrltrUf Doea. It inlit At tho ends? llflS It
lifeless appearance? Does It fall out when combed or j
brushed ? Is It full of dandruff? Does your scalp Itch ? ,
Is It dry or In a heated condition ? If these are some of i
yoursy mpioms do warnea in uroe wry uu wm wwnw yam.
Is hst too need. IUOirtlnlsot"MMsnt,batthirallof 'irtonlin I
rssMrcn. KnoSlsdis of tM illseaaMof ths.nalr sr,a scalp led to tJw'isoiT.
srr uf how to treat ttiem. "HEoosuin " oouiaine dohqw uei. ,-- i
latsDrs!butdslllitfulloKllDf anil rsfresinni Tonic, bt stlmulatlns (
jnlfoUleles, f4j7olti autr, eurss duimrntf' 01 grout hairmlMli ,
t lr Xsas th sealp tlsaa, heslthr. and frs from Irritating eruptions, br
"IfWru.ifiw'ca.int lupplr-ou A dlrset to m ni VjMtm
twaliron ree"iptof prks. Orowsr. 1 M per UelUs 1 1 tut M IKap,i.
...... a-j sic
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SIIEMFF'S KOTICK OF SALE ON
N THE niKCfiT COURT OF THIS STATE OP
Ort-Kun, fur tho County of Clui-kninaa.
A. T, Case and O. P. Case, partner".
doniK biiHliieaa imiier anil iy tut
tlrm name ami alvleuf l aw Urni.,
Annie Muthenon, Defcinlaiil.
State of Oreiio , I
County of Cliirlirtman.i '
N'ntl. la herehv alrcn that Iiv virtue of an ex
ecution Imiiieil out of tho circuit court of the
state of Oreuon for the county of uiai aamaa,
bearing dato the 181 li day ol January, 1X04, in a
nit wherein the above-named were nlaliltltls
and Annie Ma'thenou waa defendant, command
ing me. in the name l tho state ol tiregnu, that
out of ihe personal property of aalil delendhiit.
or If Miltlcieut could not be found, then out of
the real entitle of aaid defendant, lo realize a sum
ulflcleiit to aatUfv the demand of said decree,
to-wit: and a'furtherkiim of t40.fi ot i-ohW,
together with intere.-t on Hie name since said de
cree vii entered nt eiitht per cent, per annum,
and also tne ensta i t anu aueuuinir inn aaie.
Now, therefor. In obedience to such decree, 1
did. on the Wd day ol January, 1WH, duly levy
upon, and will, on Saturday, the 24th day ol Feb
ruary, mul, at the hour of one o'clock p. in. of
said day, at the front door of the coll r I house In
aald county, oner for salo at public auction, and
sell to Ihe hhjhext and beat bidder, fur caah In
hand, all of Ihe right, title and interest the aald
defendant, Annie MiitheHiiti. had In ami tn the
following described real property, to-wlt: Ixil
five In block one (1), South Oau'egn, in Clack
amas countr, Oregon, aa per plat ol siiid town,
tiled in recorder's ollice of said county and suite.
Dated this win day ol January, A. i), i'.h.
C. W. OANO.Vi,
Sherin' of Claeknmaa County, Oregon.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE STATE
of Oregon for Clackamas County.
Joseph Hedges, Plaintiff,
W. M. Burketaud Sarah W. flurket, Defeudan!
To W. M. Burket and Sarah W. flurket, said de-
In the mime of the state of Oregon, you are
hereby resulted lo appear and answer the
plaint Hied against you in tne above en
titled suit on or belore April 1WH, Ml, and II
on fall so lo answer, for want thereof, tne
plaiiititr will apply to the court for the relief de-
manuea in uisconipiaini, to-wii, uie iiireciosure
of a certain mortgage recorded In Vol. 82. page
2U.I, Mortgage Itecoriln of aald county, upon the
following described real estate, to-wit: Begin
ning at the northeast corner of aeetion 'M, town-
tup i soutii, range l east ot ine n liiuineue me-
lan: running ihem e south i.r rods; thence
west ItiO rods: thence uorth 76 rods; thence east
It) rods to the place of beginning, logethir
with attorney's fees and costs.
This summons is published by order of the
Hon.T. A McBrUle. made and entered February
llith, 1KM. C. D. 4 1). C. LATOI'KETl'IS,
Attorneys lor Plalntlir.
STRAY STEER WASTAKEN UP JANUARY
31st. Ix'.u. bv me at mv nlace at- -Mullno
color dark red, three years old.
up nil left ear, and chop and slit in right ear,
id right horn broken down.
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N THE MATrER OF THE ESTATE OF ISAAC
f'towser. Deceased. Notice is hereby given
by the undersigned, administrator of the alaive
tunned estate, to the creditors of anil all persons
havlne claims against said deceased, to exhibit
the same with the necessary vouchers within
six months from tin- date of this notice, lo tho
nderslgncd al the cilice of H. Huelat on Main
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renruary i, win. juti i i.unnr.it.
Administrator ot Haid Ksiatr.
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