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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1896.
TABLE SERVICE... ,
Likeilie luie, rliMild in every way
be falhlactoiy. Kiei)lhirg t.n I lie
In Me should pleaee (lie eye. Fine
crockery Is the best kind of sauce
for triumps of rookery. Our new
dinner sets, comprising 100 pieces,
for 17.75, present an opportunity
not to be missed, and there are
others in our stork too numerous
tn numerous to be mentioned here.
C me, see. admire, and buy for
youifell. Nowhere else in Oregon
City can you see go many tempta-
ioie to luy.
1111 LOM & 1ILSCH, g
Leading Agency in
ROJtU Of LiVBrpOOl Du" lrst buelueet in the world.
North British & Mercantile SEsr the wor,,, 8fli
San of London-
-UWmt purely Are Insurance office In the world.
Etna of Hartford-
Lartfntit ttud bent Araerlotm cumpauy.
Continental of New York-
One of the beat American ouiiinulei
AND OTHER FIRST-CUSS INSURANCE COMPANIES '
The Tavelers Insurance Company of Hartford'
....CALL ON nr. KOB HLOTTKIIS AND CALEXDAas . . . .
F. E DUQUUtommercial Bank.
: . ... . .
Latest' Stylus. -Just
received at the
DCtlTIES, DUCKS, NAINSOOKS,
PERCALE, PIQUE, SATINES.
The Very Latest Styles of Silk for Waists at Prices beyond
competition. Shirt W aits at prices to suit the buyer.
CHARMAN & SON, GENERAL MERCHANTS
for CHOICE CUTS and TENDER MEATS go to
etSTZVW & QAXE'S CASK MARKETS.
Seventh Street, Corner of Center, on the Hill.
Main St., Opposite Caufield 1 Block.
Two 8hops, . Oregon City, Oregon .
DOORS. WINDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDINC
LOWEST CASH PRICES EVES OFFERED FOR FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Shop Opposite Coiig-renHtiuual Clni-xl-, Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon
WAil! WAR!! WAR!!!
Gambrinus Cold Storage.
The only the city which ran supply you with anything you want In the liquor line
And mvC" jrou nitiiit-j ui cvcij aiuric j..u "uy ... r n n .i i. Limng Decauap
I tell t you at ru-uaim prices uu vc ji.u jur ciecinc car rare ana expenses while in
It will save ten year on your life's leae by tracing at home with a reliable firm and not
htn hold iid bv hlshwavmen on the electric car
What you buy at the 'ittmbrinus Cold storage is guaranteed to be just what you buy It for or
i ..rrirt Mock of I.laaorsand the only complete stock of Wine at the Lowi.kt P,,
WH V GO TO A DBttisTOBE and pay S4.00 per gallon as a pastime when yon can buy
California Port ine. per gaiion 1 50
, Sherrv " " " - 1 40
Angelica ' 1 So
' Sweet Mnsratel " """- 1 SO
' Tokay Wine 15o
Maderia " " ' - . - 1 on
Malaga " m
uian , , . 7s
Bottled Beer (qnaruo per nvixu eg
Porter. Domestic " j M
liuiness" Extra Stout (pints) per dozen - 2 J
Swan W nisaej, icr J 75
Phoenix Bourbon " - - - a oo
California Grape Brandy, per gallon ,
California Blackberry Brandy, per gallon j jjj
MFor keg ber. leave order. The finest family rooms. This place is conducted first-class-
- iiiiirnimii II... phoxe 39.
H. T. sCIMMLnMHil. My... B,TM "u "beets.
.Steady your nervp, and
jerfect your digestion
by w)x brend mmle
from our whrle wheat
flour. It is made from
the wboln wlieiit berry
except the nut side hull,
or bran, wbicli is a woody
substance, irritating and
indigent iblo. Bread made
trom this Hour If not so
while a Unit made from
the pain white roller flour,
but is far tuperior for
food as it contains all the
gluten, germ, and oily
matter of the wheat and
is much sweeter than
erahnui or ny other
bread not sweetened
ONCE Till ED ALWAYS l&ED.
E. E. WILLIAMS,
Fire are railing on the foot hillx of
Caxc.tut! milium itm in this Htuitinn.
Mr. and Mm. (J. Wallace o( Midland
wore the guela of J. Uurbett and lainily
1. E andU. W. Bunney arrivetl at
home Saturday morninu from . tirora ,
wnere tney nave beeu at work. They
Next time you tco to cut a hue-tree,
Pete, junt tie a blanket over your head .
Mihn MuaiaTompionof Kalurua.Wash,
and Miaa Grace Mattlcy of Clarke were
the eueata ot J. Oorbettand family Mon
day and Tueadav
MiM (trace Gorbett SDent Tueaduv
nilfht and Wednewlav witli her cousins.
J. II. Mattluy and lamilv. of Clarkes .
John and Onoar I) z. Mr. Fannin
Bonnev and Miss Grace (i.irlmtt took
dinner with ouryounu bachelor, A ndrew
Carl Stronitreen came near havinir an
accident Sunday while he was working
with ayotinif horse which he was break
ine It kicked hiiu on his arm and came
near breakina it.
Moat of our citizens are preparing to
spend their Fourth either nt home or
June 29. Lystku.
LATEST FROM OREGON
Lnderthe shove caption the Liberty
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Farhitnad Every Week by the Clackawai
Abstraot L Trust Company.
The t'laekimat Abstraot ft Tnut Co. Is the ownei
of llir oouyright to the Thorns system of abitraol
indexes for Clackamas county, and has the only
ouniplet aet of abitiacts in the county 1 can furnish
Hay making Is the order of the day.
W. II. H. Samson was in our county
Chas. Blgelow has been recovering
rapidly since his second operation
which Dr. Rockey preformed two weeks
ago last Saturday. He found the
trouble to be an abuess in the left kidnev.
The Glad Tiding camp-meeting broke
up Monday morning.
Itev. Wear of Oregon City preached
at our school house a week ago Sunday.
I. J. Bigelow went to Portland last
week . '
A good time is reported at the Needy,
picnic which look place Saturday.
The crowd; was small at StlHday
chool last Sunday on account of the
Glad Tiding oamp meetiog . '
Rev. Blair will preach here next Sua
day at eleven o'clock. : -
Our (role crops almost a total failure
A. Sonle has been slashing for a tew
June 29. Dew Dhoi-s.
InfonualioD as to title to laud al once on applloadnn
Loans, invattineiiu. real estate. bat recta, eta Omw
arsr nan or ungon utty. um ana Inrcullgute.
Aaareas, bos in, Orogon Ulty, Oregon.
Gladstone R E Asn to Mary Jonlvn,
lots 13 and 14 blk 85 , Gladstone ; f.'iOO
T H Smith to James Bruce, s ! of se
,4 of w sec0,4-2e;H.
1 o J Garrison to u V Carot hers, lot 3
blk 23. Cnby;75.
W Lee 10 Klmer Lee, w )i of e J J of
ne M sec 19. 4-3 e: f5.
Chas Haudorn to Martha Halom,
1 .29 acres in Marnttam el; $1.
k Oaulieltl to Vara Caulieid, 03 a in
T J Chased;!.
KCook to Nelson MuConnell, 8 a in
se:4 of ne H .f sec !). w ; 1 .
D Wittenberg to Alary llurgoyneetal.
all interest in Alfrt-y A Br o k els: II.
Patrick Dufry to John Dulfy, 90 100 a
in He lmes cl : 500
11 S Itamsyy to Eliza Its msby, ejt of
ne hi 01 sec 1 1 , a-J e ; fouu.
J M Deardorll' to I'hilhp fStrack, uw
H'nt se of sec 25; $12U0.
. W B Partlow to A A Pease, 10 a aud
1.03 acrea, bad description ; $1500.
' 8 H Christian to I A Hick inner. 5 a tn
-35. 1-2 a: 1)00,
li .Iton Ld Co to Geo F Morton, Iota 1
and 2 blk 18, Bolton ; f 47u.
F D Ball to Geo Lawrence, tract iri
Mill reserve; 2000.
George Lawrence- to Cake & Cake,
m in last tract: flow.
1 G Rantbo to R Glaaspool, lots 4 aud
5, Green .Point; $1.
Max Telford to F & J Painter, lots 2
and b blk Uanemah ; 1250..
&nma ilclJonald to M is Moore, part
ol lot 8 blk 2'J, Oregon City; (1800.
J L Knausa to U Knause. 87 a in sec a
3 and 4. z-le;ll.
Week's Paper !
Look' for the
It will interest you, as
Saturday, July 11th,
We inaugurate our
CLEARANCE SALE I
s Bey rures quickly, per niauontly au
(Mo.) Weekly Tiibune of April 4, 18-lfl,
publish the following letter from
resident of Oregon City, which through
the courtesy of I, C. Caules of this
city we are permitted to publish:
We have been shown a letter from
lluifh Burns (formerly of this countvl
to Allen M'Lane, Esq., dated March 29t'h.
tend, which came by the Sandwich
isiunus; ine substance of it we give
oeiow, nearly in air. U's own glowing
language, tve regret to be compelled
to abridge it all.
Mr. Burn 'who by the way, can be
relied on) represents the country as
equal to any other for raising small
grain and vegetables ; "should 5000
come here next fall, thev will find
abundance of everything necessary for
their comfort. There is a steady de
mand for produce, and yet plenty to
supply all demands. He thinks it is the
healthiest Dart of the clobe. Durlmr
his residence of two years and a half,
not more than half a dozen have died
outof the white population (numbering
in the fall of 1842. four thousand, in
cluding his company, and. now five thou
sand, according to the census taken un
der an act of the last Oregon Legisla
ture ) The increase in wealth and com
fort has kept pace with the growth of
"The last winter hns been warmer
than the two preceding winters, but
more rain ; no tain the last five weeks,
and during that timii, many thousand
bushels ol wheat and other grain have
been put in the ground. It is astonish
ing to see the large farms that are made
here in a short time; men catne here
last December that will by the first of
Mav, have under cultivation 250 acres
ana this all piouL'tieit with tne oxen
that came from the States last fall-
having nothing to eat hut ilii grass of
the plains, which is rich, strong and
ever green, llie farmers bring freeh
owl to market now (ami have done so
all winter) that is as good as I ever
saw in Upper Missouri in summer, it
is better than any I oversaw any where."
in retereuce to an acco.int unfavor
able to Oregon, snid to have been given
by Hastings (author of a work on Cal
ifornia) Mr. B states that seven familcs
out of nine in Hasting' company re
mained in Oregon, and have done well.
"About sixty of us," he continues,
'stopped here (at the falls of the Willa
inetie) and I do not know one of that
number who is worth Imss than 2500
dollars." Alluding to a former letter
f his own, he sava "I wish every
poor man in the United Suites could see
it, and follow my example." , ,
There are tn mills in active opera
tion, and by next fall. UVe more will be
added ; and aituated in all parts of the
settlement. .; . -.
He recommends future emigrants-to
start in April bring light, strong wagons 1
arawn by mules or oxen, and plenty ol
provisions ten waggons in a company
no generals or captains The waggons
can come as far as the Dalles, then by
water the balance of the way.
Dr. B. 8. Lonit has also shown us a
letter dated January 18th, 1845, from
our old and much esteemed friend,
Peter H . Burnett, from which we make
an extract 1
"Farming, is exceedingly profitable
here. Yon can raise any number of
cattle, horses, sheep, and hogs. Pork
is as good, and as easily grown here as
tn Missouri . Fork Is 110. beef So. cows
sou, norses from S30 to 80; a breeding
tow is worth 120. piirs S5 each. The
first) ear, it is expensive living, but
alter the first you can make your own
ine country is improvtnc rapidly in
Of all the climates in the world this
is certainly the most aureeable no sud
den changes, extremes The coldest
weather we have yet had this winter,
was a hard frost. Turnips, cabbagds
carrots and beets stand out all winter
and never freeze, but continue gracing
an tne time. The prairie now is as
green as a wheat field, and we feed
nothing but our cows and pig-t. '
Tins is beyond dispute the nrst wheat
country in the world, both as to the
nuantitv nml nnulitv nf thn nrlirlH
for the sake ol your olnlilrn es
pecially you ought to come here.
Bring some apple
grafts; cut them oil in the winter, put
them up in a tin box air tight, and then
put that in a woonen box, and they will
come safe. There are no good apples
yet in this country."
Actions filed in circuit court sine e
Demurrer in case nf J. II. Pomeroy
vsD. D. Mug n-etala.
C. L Schlickeiser vs Clarissa Schiick-
eiser, lor divorce.
E. G. Canfield vs Willamette Falls
Excelsior Co., for money.
Wash. Nat B. L. & I. Assn. vs E. J.
Bachler; do vs J. A. Confer etals, for
Cora B. Hutson vs rVillis Hutson,
G. W. Stowall vs J. P. Summer and
E. J. Lanktns, transcript Judgment.
D. Lyons vs W. D. Malloy et als ; for
School Dist No. 47 vs J. C. Haines, to
deliver property of district.
F. Rotchildset al vs W. C. Ilolman,
transcript nf judgment from Vltnomab.
n dieaaea. WemS kfemoTT. TlaS Of Brain Powfrr.
-wiatbe. WaUfuiwaa, Lao VHaJtty. McbUy Emls.
reaoia. tnipoteney ana snuunar ojMaaes eaoera ne
xyur I rrrTi or ntAf. Cuotaiiisnoopiaiaa. uaaervc sal
M4 ktoMl kwllaler. Makes tho pale and panyrtr.a!aud platnp.
E"1 1 T .-1 -nert In et en-ket. S)lperboa;Jnr B f anal lpra-
medlril Unt. sealed '! wraooer. wttk) teUmmrtla and
:aa-rwaiiuiiu ink. ai
cdAttJtAS ft CO. a '
Glass & Smith's Old Stand,
Fob Sale okTsade. A good sound
mare, aged nine years, and a yearling
horse colt, for sale cheap for cash, or
will trade. Inquire of Chss Catta,
dairynir n, Oregon City.
Cord wood taken on subscription at the
Colbiik office. Now is the time bring
The regular monthly meeting of ih,
Clackamas County Teac'iers' Associ
ation was held at Union Hs'l June 27,
and was called to order by Supemtend
The minutes of the previous meeting,
as preparrd by the secretary. Miss
Fannie G. Porter, were road and sodov-
The audience saint "OilttmhU tho
Gem of the Ocean." 1
The real intent of the Muiimh D.k-
trine," was discussed bvUliHrln Ruthnt.
ford. He was followed by A C.
Strange, Edna Ross, Jennie K. Itowen,
L T. Anderson and Mr. Randall.
A song, "The Toothache" nv four
pupils of the school, was hi-artii v en-
cosed. They responded with v'The Lame
"Pug Notes" was a cute recit ttion by
a very young lady.
8upt. H. 8. Gibson SDokn on "Should
Algebra be Taught in ths C.mimm
Schools?" He was follow I i.v Mr.
Strange, Mr. Anderson and Mr. Rutherford
At this moment Miss Rownn aunonno-
ed, "Dinner waits," an invitaiion in
stantaneously accepted by the teachers.
The neavilyladen table was decratei?
with bunches of Mission and Jacgnemi
Miss Bessie Helvey sang " Little B ire
foot," acting the part in a realistic
A. C. Strange gave an Interesting talk
on the necessity nf teaching "Current
Events" in the school room H w
followed by Mr. Gray, Mits R,.hh, Mr.
Anderson. Mr. Ward and Mr. Darling.
W. (j Beitltie favored the audience
with a humorous recitation.
Super! ntendent-elecf II, S. Stark
weather spoke on "Public School Com
menceineiiK" He was fo I iei by Mr.
Gary. Mr. Ward. Miss RoH ,Hnd Mr.
Strange. Mr. Gibson suokh of his own
inefiVctual ulfirts to get h itonrse of
study printed, aud hoped timt Mr.
Starkweather might have better suc
cess in this work.
Miss Jennie Phelps recited s uairiotie
Miss Jennie Rowon nl beautiful
esBay on the "Liu an I W irk of Dr.
Mrs. Helen Kerr rjcitil "I.Htti.i'
Down the Bars." .
" The KoMiors' Memorial" hjl miaj
by six young ladies.
As this concluded the nrojram Sunt.
Gibson called on Mr. Starkweather for
an artdi e-ts to teachers, when Ytr Giry
claimed the floor, and with i highly
eulogistic sieeoh, presentu't, Mr. nn l
Mrs. Gibson, with a beauiiful silver
cream-pitcho ami. . sugar bwl "Fr.irj .. .
Teachers f Uaokamas Oiun'V."' Tha
gilt will always be. loudly treasured $tK.
the lucky recipients. T
The at,etMlance at .this meetini A4
good, 30 teachers being preasnt, and the
hall waa comfortablv fiiiad. the
living near being present iu lull
The stars and stripes were draped
over the large door leading into the
Mr. Phelps and Mr. Bums spoke
words of encouragement to-the associ
ation. ... A resolution of thanks to the gx)J
people of Union Hall in general and to
Miss Jennie C Riwen in paruonUr for
the kind and. hospitable trestm-tnt
shown the aaauciaiion, wuim.u.hI ,
The choice ot place for the next
meeting was left to Mr Stark we ttber
and will be announced later "
On motion association adi-titrrte I.
Bkrtha M. Gibson.
Phoebe Thomas, of .rmiiiiioii City
doctors she hull
Two Lives Savsd.
III. was told by her
Consumption and that there wis no
hope for her, but two bottles Dr. King's
Discovery completely cured her and she
says it saved her life. Mr. Thus. ICiiers,
139 Florida St., San Fruncisc 1. null' ire 1
from a diesdful cold, iipproairhiug Con
sumption, tried without result every
thing ele then bought one bottle f Dr.
King's New Discovery and tn two weeks
was cured. He is naturally thankful.
It is such rssiilts, of which these are
samples, that prove the wonderful
efficacy of this medicine in Cuimlis and
Colds. Free trial bottles at Ciiarman
& Co.'s Drug Store: Regular size 50c.
and l I'll
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This is why Scott's Emulsion
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In other caaalsioas yM ar I labia to
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