t CUyUbrwy OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1896. NO. 10. 14th YEAR. ta H L i '.-r?lj - i 1 1 11 Mil ri VM TABLE SERVICE... Like tlio fare, should in every way Iih satisfactory. Kverytliinu on Iho table should please) tho cyu. Fine crockery In the lit-Ht kind n( sanco for t r in in pa of cookery. Our new dinner seta, comprising 100 piece, for present an opportunity not to be missed, and there uie others in our Block too numerous to numerous to be. mentioned here. Come, sue. admire, and buy for yourself. Nowhere elite in Oregon Citv can you seo bo many tempta iona to buy. BKLMHIY & Itl'SCH, The Housefurnisherfl, ORKCJON CITY. Build Up Your Brain.. Steady perfect by using from our flour. It the whole except the our nerves, and our digestion bread made whole wheat is made from wheat berry out side hull, (Tire, life And Accident - UadingAgencyn Clackamas County t REPRESENTING. 1.10.- Royfll of LiT6rpoolDae irgeat ii" the world. NAittli DT.tHc.1i t. MaroinHla I.nwt eM In the world, 11 Ul IU U11UW U UUVWtuw 000,000. SOQ Of LOndOIl "0,'1,,"t Purely Are Insurance office In the world. tOS Of HSrtfOrd LBrle"t "' uel,t America" Venn puny. COntlUBIltfll Of NOW YOrk 0,,e of t,,e be,t American coiiipnnlea AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE COMPANIES The Tavelers Insurance Company of Hartford Largest, oldest and beat accident Insurance oomuitiiy III tlm world, and alio doe a very lartte II to Insurance business. I t .CALL ON MB FOB BLOTTERS AND CALKKllABt . Tt if va t Lowest F. E D3NALD333., at ommercial Bank. J I JSpp Pess (Soods. i Latest Styles. niniirFO GTfitit IUMLUII V'Ullk Just received at the DIMITIES, DUCKS, NAINSOOKS, PERCALE,- PIQUE, SATINES. t The Very Latest Styles of Silk for Waists at Prices beyond competition. Shirt Waits at prices to suit the buyer. T T ..... m a a m k n mm rpurn t Wl'nfll A XI re JUHAHIVIAiN a OLMN, uldieral iiLrvwiu to. t for CHOICE CUTS and TENDER MEATS go to. PETZQhB & GAXE'S CASH MARKETS. or bran, which is a woody substance, irritating and indigestible. Hread made from this flour is not so white as that made from the pale white roller Hour, but it is far supeiior for food as it contains all the gluten, germ, and oily matter of the wheat and is much sweeter than graham or any other bread not sweetened artificially. ONCE TKIED-ALWAYN I'SKD. I! F F WIIMAMS The Grccer. CANE1AH. M im Wilier, lite evangeliM, of Albitny wIioIhih been residing ut Mrs. WHam hoii. relumed borne yesterday. Mrs. liriili made a short visit to bcr daughter, Mm. Wilkinson, a few days ago. Mr. Carothers of this place, who went to Montana nouie time ago. bin returned. Ho, sumitig up ul I, Oiegon is as good a place an any . Mr. Freeman and family of Orenor City, bave moved into tlie boue iliai wag recently vacated by Mr. Mc'vralh. who left for California, Mrs. 0. 0. Rose form r'y of thU p'ace but now of Hterlow, ban been Uniting frit-nds here for tlie pa-t week Mr. Ediniind'a vow died siihlenU Monday night. Tlie note in Ibe Cam uihIi correspond ence two weeks ago, mating Ihsl a cou of Mr. Uakel's died with cnsii opt ioi. waa not ho. Tli is correction in bu-e.i upon anexamiiiatiuii wbicli prjediliH' tlie cow was not allbcted wicu co.i Buuiptiuu at all. July 8. liif.Muu K CANBY. weatliiT will mike cropj CORRESPONDENCE. PtDLAND. Moe dead tlmn alive is Ridland. after tbe vloiiri.uw Fourth 4 We are aorry to Rtate that Earl Linn ami Mix Cora 1.' k ara on the sick list. Tbe picnic Ht ihe Stricklin school hou3i was urinl. Ed Baley is at Vosburj'a. i There will be Home pretty girls in Redland in a few days. The dance at Mt Scot), July 4th given by the band boys was all right. Redland w going to have a lime on t be llib Only 0 cents for ice cream at the M K. church. All are invited. Mr. Brnnell.and Kinare making bay fbrMr! Mraralh:' " ";r-"T' Klrawberriea are all gone and no fruit coming in. F. F. Hellman was over a few days go. . July "th. Enginkkk. MULINO. The weather in trettimt very dry and hot lain ia needed badly. Mrs. W. A. Woodhiile in uo veiy wed rSayuu Howard laalMOou tlie bicn liot. Lee Jones and family aie camidnir out near Oregon City where Lee if, cutting cord wood. Albert Burley had the niiNfortune to sprain his ankle while on a Uil to his moihei's a few davs hk". C. A. ChiHkU' has the ground levelled up for his new house. Ilu alo lias dome ol the lumber on the ground. W. I. Sellor ia hard nt work with hla mower auain. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Newkirchener are rejoicing oer the arrival of a aon. Albert's mother ia talkinit of goiug to Southern Oregon where bet father ix working in the gold mines. L. II. Ilobba is laying very sick at A. L.1 Jones', lie is not expected to recover. Elmer Armstring has been working on the Beaver creek hill. The wheat aphis is aga in at work on the grain and unless ra in comes soon will do much damage. If the free silverites who have left the G. .0 P. are so anxious for' free silver why don't they join the populist and be done, with it inetead of trying to get democratic endorsement; July 6. , . Socialist. The hot s lort. Work on the camp groutvl in proserin ii i! nice'y. The grounds are being en closed with a barbed win fence. 1: will cost, from 10 cents to 1 for attend. Availability uf Dinvrent lrn. rf rin:it (lug ibe .l days f cbu ch. t anipineet-FikkI- I'roferoucr. Mlion u by 1 l;iut. j jug will bei'in on ihe 14th. As a rule, comr.u.rciul fertilisers are J c w ,,, )1Mt t.uttjl)u, WOOli fo, esed for ihe purpose of iuc:fat,iuff the i ... ., ,, COMMERCIAL FCRTILIZ-HS. Tbe J hrice-a-week a. x . World aim Couiuee for $2 per year. The Work wi'l be ot special advantage to , during the presidential campaign. Seventh Street, Corner of Center, on the Hill. Main St., Opposite Caufield Block. Two Shops, Oreoon City, Oregon ..on to.... G. H. BESTOW & CO FUR DOOHS WINDOWS. MOULDING and BUILDING MATERIAL. LOWEST CASH I'BICES EVEtt OFFERED KOU KIRST-CI.A.SS (iOOIiS. Shop OppoHlle CoiiKrevntliiiiul Clni'ch, .tlalu Street, Oregon City, Oregon WAR! WAI!!! WAR!!! AT THE Gambrinus Cold Storage. The only (he city which can supply you with anything you want In the liquor line and .ave m iiioii-y on every artiele you buy WINK, BKKK AM LIQI'ORS hecaUKe I Bell to you at Portland priceB and save you your electric car tore and expenses while in Portland. xeare on your life's lene by tradlnx at home with a reliable firm and not beinihelil up by hi'shwaymen on the electric car What you buy at the (jumbrinu. Cold blunge in Ruaranteed lo be jusl what you buy It for or m1?rK"t 'lock of T.lnnnrn and the onlv complete slock of Wlnea at the Lowt.sT Pbices. WHV tiO TO A DKl'tisiTOKE and pay 4.0U per gallon as a pastime when you can buy better wine at the following prices: SWEET WINES; California Port Wine, per gallon - t 50 sherrv " ' " - 1 40 Anitel'loa " " - 1 50 " Joct Mnncatel ' " ......... 1 Ht Tky Wine " 1 o Maderia " " 1 m Mal'ira " 1 Kiting HuV " W " Claret " " - - - - . - 7 Bottled Beer dpiarts) per doien J M Porter, Domesne 1 :ji Guiness' Exrra stunt (pints) perdozen - ....... i,., Swan Whikey. per gallon ..... .... 37.', phoenix Bourben " ......... 4 on falifornia;raie Brandy, per gallon 3 SO ' California Blackberry Brandy, per gallon - - - 3 00 Mf"For ken b?er.lev. order. The flnet family rooms. This place is conducleJ firsKlass' .. rniiiia a ... PHONK 3. ' I N. i-. iMMtnMriM, mgr., Beet. The Bee-Hive 1st Semi-Annua Clearance Sale! A Commencing Saturday, July 1 1 th, special reductions will be offered throughout our entire stock. We have done an unusal yood business since we opened in Oregon City and are so well satisfied that we have placed very heavy orders on fall goods They will commence arriving in August and we must make room for them. The first week of this sale we shall devote to odd lots and broken lines. Now the chances arc anion these lines and you will find just what you need. If you do you can make a half do a dollar's duty. Table No. 1 Everything on this table 9 cents, We are not going to tell you whats there. Come and see for yourself. Table No. 2 All go at 19 cents, You might not think we were truthful if we told you the rich possibilities in store for you. Table No. 3 Choice 39 cents. If you are not among the early bajga n seekers you will be the loser. Table No. 4 All on this table 49 cents. Don't leave yovr pocket book at home. You'll regret it if you do. rm . wT 4 ' ''f"J. HT'ft T,'Zf"f"t"l'.V?v' rwwiSenHy tnmt ejnlckiy. permanently!. I3'i ?-.TlI3!i tS Ir-rvwus a,--..-.. Wean penury. U of Brain Powtr, I y?.: V . , i s e'li ream, lnitOiei.tr and wJ.t;i, diiM-aet caused h rll T"Tfc IV ."l.1''i', ljuUiiianuo.iaies. lia aertelwlt w flsl mtf'XCLJ "Kiii A blood lMiMJrr. Hakst'iepaleano TOnr"""nnil plump. I 1 T CTiJj P. T-!'? S 'V y !i.c"!yt-irrtMlT,"5t'tRt fc I p-Tbol: f 'T "A Bf malLpre- III, IlSl'Ji'l M''Sn',n. tri'cw-'Jl'n-rrm'orTn'r.,'vi(i. Wrlt os.rree J t S&'L -VvriL v'Ji-.ie'':"''; l H. sea it .1 t-m!n wrawr. -r'.:l utlmontal ard 1 lV I I 1 E-HIVE tingle neiiMin'8 crop to v.hicb tbey ure upplicd. Moat furmors .ln to give to eticli succeeding crop by i i m I f the plant food it uecds uud to avoid supplying uuy cue crop with i:iore uiatoriul limn it cuu tse to bctit udvuutiige. This is especial ly trno of tliosti who do not own tbe t iruis vL:t ', ihr7 work uud who plim ucli yeur'h vinl; by itself wilhont ref erence to il!fc ..iti;ro. Under such cir ftitu: iiuicoH u f..ri;i(r desires lo use Unite f.ii kin of foriilii.iiig iiiuterinls which will be taU u t:;) iuot qnickly mid com pUMeiy by the en pi. Oj the other bund, the turmer lio m,'hh his It ml fr-qj( iil ly desires to n o muuruls l lie pli.nt fuod of which v W Le ulilizcd gruduully by crops undv l.iili will lust through fcevcntl seiiHou: . It will tlms bo seen Unit if cue ri .-ir.w a fertilizer wliich will uJt ut oi'iv u:d be lurgcly used tip by Ihe piesei:! crop then he will need to pnrchuse ! . !r.nt fuod in forms dif ferent fro'1. j ..o pn relinked by the man who dos ... :. ovo litsting benefits ex rending 11.. oiikM M'verul scuhous. Kitru(,'eu in ihe form of nitrate of so da acts most quiokly upon plants. Un der favorable conditions its iuflneuce npon the plant may be seen wirhiu 4 hours after i'fl application. In the form of sulphate of ammonia uitro-en ucts less rapidly than iu thut of mtruto of soda, but more quickly thuu in such forms as dried blood, meat scrap, otc. Nitrogen in the form uf bone dust, ground ftsh and buucmeul bocomes available still less rapidly I bun in the form of dried blood. Ii the forms of wool waste, ground lefi.il.rr i,;;.l similar materials nitrogen btoumcs i.vailuLJo with extreme slowuese. Potash in the form of ourbonnte, as in ashes, acts more rapidly thuu iu the form of sulphate or muriate. Muriate acts with a little greater rapidity (bun sulphate, bnt the difference in availa bility between the different forms of pot ash is not nearly as ctrougly marked an in case of tbe different forms of nitrogen. Phospborio acid in the form of solu ble phosphate of lime (acid phosphates, superphosphates) acts niout rapidly. It acts lees rapidly in the form of reverted or precipitated phosphate of, . lime, and. least rapidly in the insoluble form, such as ground ruck. According to the weight of evidence, soluble phosphoric acid, whether made from bones, bouehluck or rock, bos the same effoot and value os pluut food, so fur as the soluble phos phoric ucid is concerned. It is an important fact tiiut plants show preferences for different forms of foud. This preference is indicated by greater yield or better quality of prod uct, or both. Thus wheut seems to give better results when nitrogen i:i applied in the form of nitrate of soda thuu iu any other form. Spinut h has been found to do hotter with sulphide of animouiii than uiiriite of soda, v.hilo tho reverse is truo of asparagus. The quality of to bacco is injured by potuth in tho form of muriate, and lieute ouly sulphide should be used for fertilizing purpura. The quality of sngnr beets nad of pota toes nppeurs to be butter when tnlphate of potuhh is used, while peuch tiers uro paid to prefer the muriate. UnDelii) Now York Experiment Station. HE HAD A GOOD MEMORY. There will be no fruit except a few beiries ill's year. The Mipervieor it doing good w rk on new road. Tlie tax execution paper art) pretty thick around lier.-. r Some spent the -till at Molalla, some a Hubbard, some at Port a id, no me at Ch c des and ome nr. li mit) Canby talks of In yin-f water works. Ii ying ia in inter no . Henry Kn'iliL bus Kie to Portland f r treatment. W. Wis in lia -t'.l o te uf hi places to a in in from D i.; M. Vr. Ma i n t'lKia of building this fall. W. W. II. I,aiii.iii was iu town this. week. June 8. Seb Saw. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Fnn Ished Every Week by the Clackatiiar Abstract &. Trust Compiny. Tlie ClaokHmas Alistrucl A Tnii Co. la Ihe ownei f tlie convriL'ht to (lie Tlmlllo MXtlll of altrar.l indexes for t'lnckmiias county, uud has Ilia only complete set uf abilrucis In llii miimty: can furniili liirmiiiatlon as tu title to laiulattniceon applicatfon. Loans, iiivtittnients, real estate, sUtrHcts, elo Ofllce over Bank uf Orrxun City, ('nil and Inveatlgnta, Adilrew, box 377, Orcfton City. Ori'Kon. Sarah Carman to G H Carman, 12.50 seres in Campbell td;$1200. II M Rude to Rortn Kine sch, e 't of u w ii of sec 2, 4-1 if ; fit).). J N Teal to L L Porter, lot 1 e of ii & w li of na i 8':c!J ), 1-8 ej 2tMi. , K M Aikinann to Lmiii Hohenleiter I 'l5blk 47. Osw.;g-; l'V Jo .11 Hi It" Kite Itief.Ul a in Parrott, el;l. M JoliiHoii to '.v , I i!i hhi,23 acres In w,,bh& D.2-J ej sU). J W Miy tu Arthur Dent, blk 7 Dar i g A I ', eXtM.rt t 6; II5. J. p You ik I W D Mathews. 43.40 teres A s )4 of iim '4 otsec 8, 8 Iw; ft. ' Chhh Rastell to H J Kasteli, 100 acres of the C falliha-i il;' 1200. Ii S Coo'.i to II.ID4 Si-ens n lots 5 to 47 blk 48, Mini hoi ii i8o0. A It S ephens to .Minnie Inskeep,40 .icea in sec 3, 4-2 ej f 57.1 . ' US -! Foil Sale on Tit a uk. A good sound inure, aged nine years, and a eirllng Inline colt, fur sale cheap for cash, or ill trade. Inquire of Chits Catta, d'liryiiii'n, Oregon City. Glass & Smith's OREGON OREGON. Old Stard, CITY, Bow a Hrljbt Young American Astonished Boms Suiart German Officers. A story is told of n bright young American and several German officers who at a dinner one evening set out. to muko him unenmfortubla by chafflng hi in ii hunt bis country. Tbeyonnc; man is Albert II. Wuslilmrii, '.ho United States couKiilur agent at Magdeburg. Henry l' Merritt, conrinl at Chemnitz, wii.h the first ono of tho AiJjerieans at tacked with a tnunt from one of the Uennuns that he cou.'d not gio the mimes j.X (he president of the United KtateH. Merritt named them ovrr with eouiu (leJiberiuiou a id drew from bis Uuruiiiu friend the declaration that he did not believe there was unother Amer ican present who could do it. Young Wushbnrn hud said nothing Diit:l now, but he bmko in uud declared, 'I cuu do it, and I will give you tho vice presidents. " He was about to begin when ii second thought struc!him, uud he suid, "While I tun it omit it, I might as well give you the secretaries of state too." Tho Germans got down a book giving the imn.es and I. pf till s on tho young man us he correctly went through tho lint. They wcro pretty well backed down nlreudy, but Washburn hud no dea of lotting them off soeirsily. "Now, I should like to know," lie said, "wlieih- er any cf yon can give tho nam en of the Prussian rulets from the time of Churle magiiB and bissdns down to the Emper or William?" Not ouotf them could go half through the list, und they were cm the point of apologizing to the young 3Ia?suehnsetts scholar when he took them down still moro ty iii' ciestly ruggejitiiig, "Perhaps I hud be tier c".o it for you. " Ha begun with CburlTriagno and went through the list without a break, mneh to the ! astonishment c.f his German botg and j the delight of Consul Edwards and the j other Amerii uiih. "How did yon do it?" ; asked Menitt. "Oh, my father bad a j taste for cue!) thing and taught them to me when I was a boy, and, yon see, ; they are sometimes useful to know," be r?ti:d. Suu rrancis?o Examiner. Coniwoud taken on subscription at the (.oi'iiieii office. Now is the lime bring tin. Two Lives Saved. Mrs I'hoebe TIioiiiiih. nf Junction City III. was told by her doctors hIik had Consumption Hint that tuero was no hope for her, but two huliles l)r. King's Discovery eninp elely cured her and she Miys it wived i.i i i "Co Mr Thus. cWers, l.'J'J l-'lui iil.i Si , .'u'i i'V uieise . MiiU'.Ted from u dienilliil i-oid approac-hing Con siiuiplioii, tiird Hiliiuiii umiH every thing else then bought one li iitlo i f Dr. King's New DiM'uvery slid iu two weeks was cured. Hi t- t ilnrHll I liiinkfiil . It is hueh riHiilin. i i Hliich tliese are sampler, tint prove tlie wonderful I'flii'Hi y of iliin nieilieihe III C. ll.'llS Illld Colds. Free tiial buleaat Charman & f'o.'s Druv Stoie. Itiular siu 50c. and L (ill mmm. Wood won't burn unless air oxygen Is present. The food taken into the body must be united with oxygen before it can be consumed and give heat to keep the body warm. Scott's Emulsion of Cod- liver Oil with Hypophos phites, is one of the best fuel foods. The cod-liver oil ob tains its oxygen from the air and heat is produced. It warms, nourishes, invigorates, gives good blood, and fortifies against the piercing winds of fail and vintcr. The hypo phosphites tone up the ner vous system and improve digestion. Scott's Emulsion prevents colds, coughs, con sumption and general debility. SCOTT'S EMULSION Iim bem -nnned by lti medical prolMston fur twenty yer (A'k vour dottor.) The, n beiNe it is jlways p,tlalaNf always uniform alwjyi ttmtaw tbt furnt liwwgum Cod-lntr Ot 04 Hrp"fohttrl. rut ap in cent and $i.ao sizes. Hi tm.Fl six tuy frf t noujth to cur yeajreouh or help your baby.