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About Oregon courier. (Oregon City, Clackamas County, Or.) 188?-1896 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1896)
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North Bntisn & mercantile-- 000.000.
Soil Of L0nd011-Old..t par.l, Br. lo.-r.ne. oe. I. the world.
JEtna of Hartlord nd bMt Am",c,, v
Continental of New York-- -"-'
........ r.no-r rl ICC lUCIIRANPF COMPANIES
ANU uintn rinai i-w
The T.avelers Insurance
Lucent, oldent and bent hccliiem imr.i .
.1.? rioe. very lare life lu.uranoe htwlne...
, .CALL OS ME FOR BLOTTERS AND CALENDAR
SumiTQeP . .
': Dress Goods: j
Just received at the
DIMITIES, DUCKS, NAINSOOKS,
PERCALE, PIQUE, SATINES.
The Very Latest Styles of Silk
competition. Shirt Waits
for CHOICE CUTS and TENDER MEATS go to
FBTZttLB & GALE'S C&SB MARKETS.
Seventh Street, Corner of Center, on the Hill.
Main St., Opposite Caufield Block.
t . ci.'-. Oregon City, Oregon.
-00 G. H. BESTOW & C0
DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDING
LOWEST CASH PRICES EVEB OFFERED FOR FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Shoo Oppo.lt. Cogr.,ct.al Church.
WAKL! WAEK!! WA1K!!!
Gambrinus Cold Storage.
The only plaf the city which can W
prt", ,.n v.. n Tonrlire'a lea.e by
-"TSriSrt "aT-l, of WW?- nSWSS - a Pme when yon can buy
WHY GO TO A unvun. '-J -oetter.me-U.efoUow.nggo
California Port Wine, per gallon ..'.".."."-"
gMt HnxaUl "
Tokay Wine "
Maderia " "
MaUga " " " -
Bottled Beer (quarts) per dozen
Porter. Domwtic . '
.iuinV Extra SWut (pinU) per dozen
Swan Whisker, per gallon
Phoenix Bourbon '
California irpe Brandy, per gallon
Ml orSia Blackberry Brandy, per gallon
v i i.. order. The Snest family
N. F. ZIMMERMAN, Mgr.,
.sw a a.
Like tha fare, should in every way
. . n . l 1 . ... . L-
D satieiactory. ftveryuiiiiu uu mo
table should please the eye. Fine
crockery la the best kind of sauce
for triuinps of cookery Our new
dinner seu, comprising 100 pieces,
for $7.75, present an opportunity
not to be missed, and there are
others in onr stock too numerous
to numerous to be mentioned here.
O.roe, see. admire, and buy for
yourself. Nowhere else In Oregon
'City can you see so many tempta
' iona to buy.
BELLOMY k BUSCH,
The Housefurnlshers, ,
In the world. SO.-
Company of Hartford--
F. E DONALDSON, at Commercial Bank, j
for Waists at Prices beyond
at prices to suit the buyer.
al Street. Oregon City. Oregon
i in Via l(innr 1fn
TOww JKB AMD UQOOBliibeeauK
"r ,ttre "d-8e'w hl,elD
trading at home with a reliable Arm and no.
- inMiMU Jt what you buy It for or
This place U conducted Bret-clau'
SIXTH A'D MAIN STREETS
' . BlMmnrr. IdtfU of BrmlO or.
rrW. J 1 i2Vlftf..
rw'IneT. SfMff r-wrmirF r... - -
Steady your nervea, and
erfect your digefltton "
by uelng bread . map
from our whele wheat
flour. It ii made from'
tha whole wheat berry,'
except the outside bull
or bran, which is a woody
substance, irritating and
indigestible. Bread made
from this flour i not so
white as that made from
tbe pale white roller flour,
but is far superior for
food as it contains all the
gluten, germ, and oily
matter of tbe wheat and
is much sweeter than
. graham or any other
bread not sweetened
ONCK TBIED-ALWAtS U8KD.
The Grccer. ,
n V.. Snftfis is aeain
work for Mr. Wolf.
Ki vprnl nf our voumt folks attended
ihe picnic at Maple Laue Friday. .All
had a good time.
The young Ifolksoi wautown aiienum
1 he dance at Reastet's, and all had a
lovely time. . . .
Mr. Bowen of Curnnsville wa9 visiting
B. F. Linn Wednesday of last wen
Charlie Cutting, our famous miner,
pant through our burg a few days ago
F.E.Linn of German Burn passed
through here recently. ' .
The da. ce at Jessie Taylor's lat Fr.-
day night was all right.
James Catto. our A No. 1 violinist, is
home again. ...
Mrs. French ana aaugnier, aiso r.
Founipn .if Dover, was visiting t..i.
Sellmau a few days last week
Hurrrh for Stafford.
are all right.
F. F. Sellman went to Sandy Monday
to attend justice court.
f!. A. Snrairue has gone to Viola to
work for his brother, F. Sprague.
Hello! we hear that Miss Aemlia Pot-
. ' .1.! arxA V rtuvia nf finnnv-
side were united in marriage Sunday at
1 o'clock, we wisn mem success.
Some of the Logan boys were in our
G. J. Howell ol uregou wty was oui
We are doing a great sine
reason why we should not. as onr goods and prices
are right. Good reliable goods were never
sold before as cheap in Oregon City
as we are retailing them at
Many customers tell ns they never saw inem soiu m
Portland for as little as we are asking, well,
the secret of the matter Is here we bny
of the best manufacturers for cash.
Ton have no bad debts to
pay when yon bny
goods of ns.
Ladies we want yon to see those fine Dcngola Shoes
we are selling for $1.83. We guarantee every pair and
most merchants would want three dollars for the same shoe.
Earnest Bancke came down from
Corvallia last Wadneadav. where he baa
been attending college.
1 here is a lorce oi ten men ac won
maklnv a narf nnar road between New
Era and Oregon City. Tbe road in
front of Mr. Criteeer'a place will be
racated and a new one constructed
along the bluff. Tbis is a good improve
ment, because of the danger connected
with the cars. Mr. Rider is the super
visor. Oiuinf Mr Raltnl'a tiowa died of con
sumption last Saturday.
Mr. wonnaiu win leave oamruav nr
Malheur to visit his son. Mrs. E. J.
will also leave on tbe same day for The
Dalles to visit herdaughter, Mrs. Young.
Since politics are about deak, the
chief topic of discussion is tbe mining
industry of Clackmas county. Some of
our people are talking of trying their
luck at least.
Willie Stokes, the boy-grocer of Cane
mah, has in his possession a tine
specimen of mumps. I suppose he has
the tail end; for tbe disease has been
around here since March.
Canemuh has been growing quite
rapidly of late. Another boy has found
his way to the bouse of Mr. Rintoul.
Mr. Smith of Rock Island has bought
awheel and has been breaking it in.
lie has won a good record for falling in
a short time.
June 10 Ret-Vite-und-Pm'e.
i Highland U still on top; everything is
calm and quite.
Dave Miller is teaching our school.
C. A. Hurst from Portland cume
through here and sold the school district
$10 worth of maps.
The Grange meets the fourth Saturday
of this month and is in a flourishing con
dition. C. Larkins, Master; G. R. Miller,
Sec Highland Grange wil. visit Beaver
Creek to assist installing officers iu the
The most recent event, a family re-
ftHinn. miiic ninrR at
j j , uaru s res-
ftJenctlh honor' ol two old veterans
urit Martin Hill onr I .1 J. (larrl. The
former being the honored guest of the
day. Mrs. Gard was especially pleased,
it beii g the first time in ten year that
the Gard family dined together. It in a
dav long to berememered by all present
June, 10. ttR-.
The finest line of silk umbrellas to be
found in the city at Burmeister &Ander
Dusiness ana mere is no
Glass & Smith's Old Stand,
OREGON CITY, OREGON
Tha rtak.mu AMntl M Trait fV. la th. .wnei
of the aouyrlght to lb. Thorn. tyttMi of atatnel
ind.ua fur Clekma county, and ha. lb. wily
couplet. Mt of abrtmclt la lb. oountyi cm furnlih
Inxoraaiio h n uu. 10 wna at oao.ua f.piio.w..
1 ihvMtmMiita. m.1 Mti. .bitnut. .ta Offloa
iwm Rank at nmn r.llv (Wi .ttd iMTAttl...
Addna, box 877, Oregon t lty. OngM,
U 8 to T P Jackson, claim 46, 6-2 e ;
J V Young to M J H'ltiman, e 01 n
wM of see 18. 9-1 w;si2uu.
L T Bariti to Chas Kluholer. lot 1 aeo
14. 8-3 e; S100.
J W Noble to A W Fisb, lot ll blk
28, Oswego ; $75
M Hmoot et ai to u n Marsnnii, vi a
in sec'a 10 and 15, 3-4 e; I2U0.
C A Baker to Chaa Ballard, fWnfnt
and w ofof ne J of sec 17,3-1 e;
C F Andnt to A Andre, w X of no H
of sec 6.2-5 e; 1400.
Will Land Uo to j K uroom, tract do
and w )i of 04, Prunelanda; 1150.
L Heina to Julia Heins, 1) a in Jas
Officer cl; 11000. -
W H Knirln to Orrin Cuttinir 07 50 a
in cl 41). 5-2 e; 1000.
H U Kabxr to K C Contlancn. e i of
se Vi see 8 and w of sw M sec 9, 3-1
Ohaa Rnllard to Jul in t Baker, e A of
nw y and w of nw aud w of ne
aeo 17, 3-1 w ; 15.
Unas Brook to Karonne tinner, iota u
10 U 12 blk 00. 0k Grove; 200
Maria Kuhillor to KitroiilM Hcitw".
lota 1234 10 11 12 U 14 blk 87, aubd
Oak Urove; $1.
IT H to Jacob Schmidt, e i of nw Va.
of ac c 12, 4-2 e ; patent
S K jeHHiip to b Ai urosian, iois i to
12 blk 4. Mountain View add; 500.
.1 D Morris tn Ki.iriini'H M Bjrtun. 1 a
in Eagon cl ; $300.
A J Wood to Herman Schroder, tract
13. Brnetje'e Acre Home; $2.V,
Win LU uu to a v vUiniiiuigH, trace
68, Prunelanda; $000.
J.ncv L LtodgHrs to V L Mack, lots 4
and 5 blk 24. Canby; $100
Oiinile Sniiholm to A Enghery, sw l
of 4 or aec 22. 2-2 e ; I200
S W Hardest v to Cum H ill'mtn, l a
in 5-2 e; $00.
Frank Wawen to G LSpniitdi', lt I
blk 18, Shaw's ad.l; $10:.
William Uarlow io M W Miller, lot 0
blk 54, Oregon Citv;$8U0
A A Chaae lo John S CUaOV, 27 in
ok- ombcl; $0U'. . . -s
Justices and Constables Elect.
District No. 1, PieanHUt Hill, Tuala
tin and Union Justice, Nelson MoCou
nell, republican; t,ontable, , T u,
hiai. N'o !. Oaweuii Juslicu, Jus.
Cooke, uouiiliat; constable, I Austin,
UiHt .No if, AJilwauKie ana i iuuku
ftrtoS. (ii'iurHlhiii'k. non-
ulist; constable, Willis Jotinson, popu
Dist. No. 4, Abernethy. Cinemah.
Manln l.nnA VVvat OiefOII CitV and
Oregon City Precincts Not. 1, 2 aud 3
Juhtice, Chris trchubel, populist; con
stable, M. F. McCown. republican .
Din No 0, Canby and New Era
Justice, fieorge H. Brown, populist ; con
stable, Elmer Veteto, populist.
Dtst iNo 7. Bariow, ijower uioiaim aim
v,...,l,. laiii.u Ft V Sii.iiDi rflniiltliitan :
.iDO'j- uuoin.ui I ' I
constable, 0 F Zeisler, republican.
DiBt No 8. Marqnain, Upper Molalla
anil Bona oprillgi justice, rrnim 11
Dungan, democrat; constable, Noah H
DiBt No 0, Beaver Creek and Milk
Creek Jtiatic, Charles E Spence, pop
utist; constable, A L Jones, popuiidt.
Dist No 10, Canynn Creek aud High
landJustice, M E Kandle, populist;
constable, Amos Harringtoo, populist.
Dist No 11, Viola. Hardinga and
ISpringwater Justice, Charlea G Stone,
republican ; constable, W II Mattoon,
DiBt No 12, Damascus aud Boring
Justice, M Gardner, republican; con
stnlile, William Buckman, populist.
Ii' . f - I TM .nana aci I I A llml
T .1 .Inrmriiil . remib-
lican: consUble. Gilbert Jonsrud,
Dim Sn 14. Rairla Creek. Geome and
Garfield Justice iVJ Currin, democrat-
republican; constable, A U uurneii,
Mrs. Blackburn Given (2000 Damages
for the Killing, of Her Husband .
cioio u Wm ami Ionia Heniz: iurv
UtUV ' -T". I
di82reed and were discharged.
on. n tr . a l .
J. L. VVIilte vsii. m. ii an man eiai;
judgment by default.
State vs Eli Deck; sentenced to 18
mnnii, li ilia mini i lenliflr v at Salem.
mu ... i. im "
Eliratetb Waener vs Piter Waener;
demurrer of defendant rustained.
State va George and cnaries flic-
Comark : justice ordered to file amended
State vs Albert Louberg el al; justice
nrAoroA in fila ampnded transcrint.
J H Dirnn va Lillian B. Dixon ;
nf Hivnrao hv default.
I'nrlluml urocery JQ va uicey z..
Booth ; continued till June 18th.
Sar.h A. Rlaokbnm. administratrix
vs 8. P. R, R; jury verdict for 2000;
I ii.. trial vii miitfl. The
UIU.IUII .... . .w.
apecial findings were to the effect that
tbe deceased am not stop ma eaiu
.iiklM 'bin iaat. tha rrnaaincr. hut he
did slow up and was going about three
miles an hour; mat tne engine wuiaueu
after having crossed me Aoernemy ; me
bell beiran to ring just before the ac-
oiHant. and the train was rcovinir at a
of in Ln 11 milea an hour.
J. E. Hedites vs J. A. and Annie
Louis A. Noble va S. B. Ca'.ifl et als
indgment f r $320.25 and casts.
r; T) nimirk va J. S. and Sarah J
Scott: Judaineut (or $81.63 and costs
Henry Jarell vs Chas. Kreiger et als ;
judgment for $333.43 and costs and aale
of north half of southeast quarter of
section 15 in township 4 south of range
2 east ordered .
D. W . Howard vs M. Reinstein ; jury
verdict lor fti.i.
High School Commencement.
The graduating exercise of the Ore
gon City high school were held at
Shlvely'a hall on Saturdsv evening.
NtthwitUtandlDg an admission fee of
10 cents was chareed every seat Id tbe
house was occupied long before the pro
gram began. The proceeds will be
eauallv divided between the school
library and the battleship Oregon. Fol
lowing is the program of the evening:
Invocation Kev. 8. W. Strvker
Piano Solo Miss Beatrice Barlow
Salutatory Mattle Janet Gray
Essay "Power of fcarly Impression,"
Jennie Rachel Noble
Vocal Solo 'Ma Angelina,"
Miaa Kate rYard
Essay "The Red, Red Rose,"
Jean Millicent White
Essay "The Humble Origin of Great
men, uaasie aiane r,aion
Vocal Solo Miss MetaO. Brown
Essav "A 8inooth sea Never Made a
Skillful Pilot." ...Jm A Qallngly
Essay- 'We Know What We Are, But
Not What we uan tse.
Alice Gertrude Powell
Violin Solo . .. MisaUettaFouts
Easay 'Education," Rata Ann Muller
Vocal Duet.. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dresser
Jessie bsteiia t allien
Essay "Golden Gems of Life,"
rirwa Anna Wliirltwk
Vocal Solo. ....... M rs. W. B Wiggins
Alice Henrietta Roberta
Clara Prophencr. . Meia Blanche Finley
valedictory . uue i wnar we omse ii,
r?.rn Ralln l.an'nn
Vocal Duet Miaaea Dr nmr ami Kuerten
Class Address Col. R. A. Miller
Presentation of Diplomas
uoi it. a miner
Piano Solo Miss Beatrice Barlow
George Lor Harding, one of the
graduates nnd pros). lent of the class,
wis unable to bo present on accoantof
sickness The subject of liis paper
was, "Alexander Hamilton " Miss
Kute Ward and Misses Draper aud
Kuerten resp'indo 1 1 mho i' ' All of
the ttraduates did extremly well, and
the stage in front of their feet was
completely covered with bouquets and
floral designs.- The class .motto was
"Not whence, but whither," and the
flower a red red rose.
" rjneJe 0'orge, what is life insur
ance?" ai-ked It olio, as he finished
reading au advertisement of an endow
ment insurance plan. "It is a system
by which a man mey provide for his
widow instead of leaving her destitute."
. . . . . J . aM
Un von atlvise young nibii to insure i
continued Rollo." "Yes, tny boy, and
they always do so ns soon as tln ir heads
harden." Insure now with the Mas
sachusetts Muluul Life Insurance Co.
H. G. Cotton, G'en'l Agt. Chnmber of
Commerce Bld'g, Portland, Or.
Sewinu Machines Ciikap. Want a
sewing machine? Get a good one for
$25.00 with fivo years gtmranlee; $5.00
down and $5.00 per month mull paid..
See Bellomy & Busch about It.
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED.
!, h ma nf ChdnhU Turn t his Ihia
Couuh Cure is the only known remedy ibr
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tnat iTlTiiue tnseasc. rur auic w. a.
a , i -.1 I tl E 1)..,.I.Ih
& Co., Chicago, and get a free sample
VI youi nuuiino a, aue ak-uwM.v
box of Kings JNew Life nils. Atrial
will convince you ot their merits, inese
pills are emy in action and are particu
lery efTeclive in the cure of Constipation
and Sick Headache. ForMalari.i and
Liver troubles they have been proved
invaluable. They are guaranteed to be
nurfwllv frex from Hvurv deleterious
substance and to be purely vegetable.
iney no not weaaeii oy ineiraciion, out
It. niuimr tnnu tn afi-,tTinrh and howala
greatly invigorate the system. Regular
size IMC. per uox. roiu uy inarman oc
There are medicines which'
change the action of organs
and tissues. When a part
does not properly perform Us
work, they restore It to health. ;
Such remedies are called " al
teratives." Scott's Emulsion of Cod-
liver Oil, with Hypophos
phites, is one of these rem
edies. This is largely be
cause of certain drugs which
naturally exist in the oil, as
Iodine and bromine. 11 you
are neither hard sick nor real
well; if you feel below your
usual standard, these altera
tives will change your con
dition and bring back your
health and strength.
SCOTT S EMULSION Ut tnu ndantd Vf Imt
tWulMw or Irnnlrrttru (Aik mr
Mr.) Tm III tnttat it u ilwtp fsUUMr tlmtf
mmnm ww '"' f' Corwfmm
C4 Uf Oil udHrfp''.
'fmt ,.( cml mi fl.oa lUn. Tie msU Mf
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