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OREGON CITY COURIER
By A. W. CHENEY.
City and County Official Paper.
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PATK9NIZK IIOMK I.NDI HTItV.
OREGON CITY, AUGUST 7, 189(1.
W. J BRYAN, or Nebraska.
For Vice F'reniilciit
ARTHUR SKUT.M,. o Maine.
For President Kleetors
W. W. (KiLESBYnf Linn.
E. KILKKTIIERnf Multnomah.
J. M. CARROLL of Union.
J.J WHITNEY of Linn.
JEFFE11S0XIA X DEMOCliA C V.
The principles of democracy us enun
ciated by Mr. Bryan in his sticcch to his
old nciKhlor8 and friends at Salem, 111.,
have the trite ring. It is a platform
dood enough for any democrat, free
silver or sound money, to stand upon,
and Tub Couiiikk endorses it fully and
freely. On that occasion Mr. Bryan
"We believe that all men were created
equal, not that they are equal in talents
or in virtues or in merits, but we agree
in this that, wherever government
comes in contact with the citizens, and
wherever the citizen touches govern
ment, all must stand equal Is'fore the
law. We agree that government can lie
no resixjctor of tiei'sons, anil that its
strenght its matchless strenght must
be the protector of the fort unes of the
great ami the poor, and that it shall
stand an impartial arbiter letween all of
its citizens. We intiHt agree on this.
We agree that there are inalieiiablo
rights, the rights w inch the government
did not give, rights which the govern-
mentcunnot take away. We all agree
that governments (lre instituted to in
sure and preserve these rights, and we
agree that governments derive their just
power from the consent of the governed
We know no divine right of kings. The
coplo gathered and in assemblages tike
this all over this broad land are the
sovereign source of all power. These
citizens are the substantial foundation
upon which rests our form of govern
ment. Ami while our citizens appreci
ate the rcsponsibilites of citizenship,
aim strive each in his own way ami ac
cording to his liest judetuent to bring
civilization to a higher ground and make
the government each year a more fit ex
pression 01 the people, as long 'is this is
desired by all we can agree in the funda
mental principles, though wo may differ
in the minor points which separate us.
It was hero I received my first instruc
tion in democracy. 1 do not use it as a
party name ; I mean it in a broader
lease that do nocracy that recognizes
tho brotherhood of man. It was hero I
learned the truth of the poet's language
'Honor und fame from no condition
"The clothes do not make tho man,
and we all hut contribute to tho nation's
greatness; and all who have tho good of
their country at heart, it matters not
what their station in life, what their
ancestry, what their surrounding all
these stand upon common ground, and
allure citizens. (Applause.) It was
lu'fe, too, that I learned that principle
that must go hand in hand with a broad
democracy the freedom of conscience
that every man has a right to worship
tiod according to the dictates of his own
conscience, and that no government like
ours can attempt to dictate how a man
shull serve or worship his liod. (Ap
plause.) These are the basic principles
ujHm which has Iven reared the greatest
nation in historv."
YOVXGE.ST MAX XOMIXATED.
William J. Bryan is the youngest man
who ever ran for president of the United
Mates. Bryan is twenty-three years
younger than (irover Cleveland. The
average age of a president is lifty-live
years. The oldest man to hold the
place was William Henry Harrison, who
was sixty-eight years of age when in
augurated, and the youngest was Grant.
Here are the ages of all the presidents
at the time of their inauguration:
ieorge Washington 57
John Adams H2
Thomas Jefferson ...
.Tames Madison 58
James Monroe 55)
John tjuincy Adams .5S
Andrew Jackson. M'2
Martin Van Buren 55
William Henry Harrison. lis
John Tyler 51
James K. Folk .5.1
Zachary Taylor 05
Millard Fillmore 50
Franklin Fierce 49
James Buchanan (HI
Abraham Lincoln 52
Andrew Johnson f7
UlysuHsT. Grant 47
Rutherford II. Hayes 54
James A. Gitrlleld 49
Chester A. Arthur fil
I (irover Cleveland.. 48
Ben jituiin Harrison ..55
Tjik lines between the democratic and
republican parties uro sharply drawn on
tho financial question ; but there is as
plainly a marked difference between tiio
advocates of the two principles. On the
republican side will lie found tho bankers,
brokers and millionaires tho class who
have been for the past thirty years the
Isiiieficiuriesof tho republican policy of
fostering trusts and monopolies and
legislation in favor of the few and against
tho many. On the other hand is the
great mass of the people, farmers, arti
sans, tradesman and all that sturdy
middlo class who go to make up the bone
ami sinew of a nation, and iiIkivo all of
god-given right for life, liberty and tho
pursuit of happiness. On which side
will victory come in November? On the
side of the people surely, if they will
see their best interests and not allow
themselves to lie seared by that 53-cent
dollar bug-u-lioo. Juvkmni 'ille 'J'imrii.
Tiik gold men who have lioon calling
the free silver men anarchists have
gained 1111 encouraging allev in Ilerr
Most. He is the most rabid of tho real
anarchists of the East and savs:
"Hero I am represented by the Sun as
follower and supporter of Altgeld,
Tillman and all the other silver cranks,
when I am, as all anarchists known, a
better gold standard advocate than even
the most rabid Wall street bunker, I am,
moreover, in lavor ot a scarcer material
than gold as tho unit of value. I would
have the karat of diamonds, if diamonds
could be utilized, as tho medium of ex
change. As for silver money, why silver
is so cheap and plentiful that shoe nails
might as well he put in circulation.
Gold is the only correct standard of
If elected, my fullest hope will be
gratified. I have but one desire, and
that is to 1 ring back to our people our
government as our father intended it
a government which shall bo conducted
upon principal of equality liefore the
law J which shall protect tho rights of
life and liberty ; which shall know no
difference between tho simplest citizen
und tho greatest citizen in tho land a
government which shall he no respecter
of persons, but shall be, like the ideal
government winch I learned from my
father. And if Iasamancan administer
government on the democratic theory
that my father taught 1110, 1 Ixdieve that
my conduct will meet tho approval of a
great mass of the people who ask no
privilege, but simple demand justice to
all. William J.Bryan.
The gold organs never fail to note the
fact when a goldite democrat bolts his
party, but tliey cautiously avoid mention
ing the wholesale desertions from the
republican ranks. These have been so
great that the organization has no fol
lowing left in Nevada, Idaho, Montana
Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and other
Western states, while in California,
Washington and Oregon the desertions
are so great as to place the, republicans
in a liojsdess minority. Ex.
Heuiikkt Condon has boon elected
private secretary (a useless position) to
II. B Miller, the new president of tho
Oregon Agricultural College, at a salary
of $ 1000 a year. Geo. Clark and Lester
Loland have been elected printers of the
same institution at $500 a year each.
Neither of them are printers.
Where there is one democrat who will
vote for McKinley there will bo ten
republicans vote for Bryan. It is the
people this time against the money
power, and the jn-ople will win the
Walk through an old dense
forest and you see nothing but
trees, and in spring a host of
things will shoot from the
ground. Ihese did not ap
pear before because every
thing was not favorable for
Scott's Emuteion of Cod
liver Oil, with Hypophos
phites, prevents consumption
because it keeps the system
in such good condition that
things are not favorable for
the growth of the germs of
that disease. Cod-liver oil
makes rich blood; and the
hypo phosphites strengthen
SCOTT F.MITSIOM has been tndorwd hr
the medlval profession lor twenty vrars. , Aik
your doctor.) Thla It bocauM ft it !
palatable-alwav uniform -alwava contain
tho rurr.t Norwegian Cod-liver Oil and H po
photphltes. Cut up In go cent and Si.m aire. The
aatall alia ae ba enough ta tun J oar
cough or halp your baby.
To the Public
I wish to say once for all that all state
ments relative to my having had any
thing to do with tho giving ot the
delinquent tax list to tho Three Sisters
is absolutely false ami untrue. I never
had a consultation with Mr. Brownell or
he with me, or with Mr Maddock or
with any other person, regarding this
muter, the taxpayers ol this county
can absolutely rely upon one thing, an I
mat is mat no inn win go through my
court for tho payment of the publishing
of the delinquent tax list that is in any
way exorbitant or unjust or unfair to the
already overburdened taxpayers of this
GoiinoN E. Hayks,
IHM) to loan on improved property at
ollice o( 11)04 t. Kyan
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City
111. was told ny her doctors she hail
Consumption and that there was no
hope for her, hut two bottles l)r Kin"
Discovery completely cured her nod she
says it saved her lite. Sir I lios. Kt'irets
I.'IO Horida St., San Fruncisc.i. hiiiI.thcI
from a diesdful eolil. iippriiscliiiig C ni
sumption, tried without result every
thing else then bought one bottle 1 f ir
King's New Discovery and in two weeks
was cured . lie is iintiirtill thankful
itissucn results, 01 which lliesn 11 re
samples, thut prove the wonderful
ellicucy of this medicine in Cunirhs ami
Colds. Free dial bottles at Omnium
A Co.'s Drini Stole. Regular size 5()c
and f I 01)
INTEREST TO ALL WOMEN.
An Offer of 200 00.
It. II. Woodward Company, Baltimore,
Mil., make a most liberal ol'fer of if&iO.uu
to any agent who will sell L'OO copies of
their nook, "Arts ot lieauty or Mtulies
in Grace; Health and Good Looks," by
Shirley Dure, this is a work ot great
popularity, and ol special value to all
women. Endorsed bv leading physi
cians, lino agent sold 'l'i copies first
day, another 37 in 2 days, another 78 in
1 week A gold watch is given in
addition to commission for selling till
copies in 30 days. Freight paid ami
credit given. Complete outtit ;w cents
Agents wanted also for other books and
Bibles Write them immediately.
For ladies', gent's and children's
hosiery, good grade and lowest prices in
the city, go to the Racket Store.
Clerk if Courts,
. ... O. E. Hayes
. ... Klmer Hiiciu
. W (.race
I. ('. HiH.lloy
II. Stark weal her
J. II. Wright
is. F Murks
" 1 Frank JuKKar
I) W. Kinniiird
K. K. Martin
J. W. cruut
Mix Cl. I.iielllnK
County Court meem on first Wcdneaday after first
Monday of every month.
Probate Court meets on first Monday of every
Cireuit Court moots on third Monday In April and
first Monday iu Kuvemlier.
OKKOON CITY OFFICER'S.
Mayor Hiram straight
Recorder, T. V. Ilvan
Chif or Police C. K. Ilnrns
Treasurer II. K. Stmluht
City Attorney. K. T. (Irillith
Street ComiiiMinor, C. C HalH3iK k,.lr,
Sup't. of Water Worlu W. H, Howell
City Knitlaeer II. W. Kliiuaird
Councllmen Henry Meldnim, J. W. Moffat, L. L.
1'orter, J. J. Cooke, R. Koeruur, L. C, Caplcs,
Council oieets first Wednesday ot each moutu.
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J. Henri Kessler M D.
At St. Louis Dispensary,
d 2301 YAMHILL STREET.
Portland, .... Oregon, j
In tho County Court of the Ktnto of Oregon,
for ClackamaJ County,
to the matter of the Guardianship of Aggie
KellogKi a Minor.
'I1III8 If ATTKR COMINQ UP BEFORE
Hie court on the 20th day of July, lstw, on
petition of J. T. Apperaon, guardian of said ward.
And It appearing to the court that the laid
Kiiurdian wan duly appointed by llili court as
guardian of laid ward, and letters of guardian
hip Issued to hi in as aueh on the l -'lh day of
January, im, and thereafter on the lath day of
January, l"Mi, the laid guardian duly filed hla
Inventory and appralameut of the property of
That the aaid guardian, as shown by a renort
on file, has no personal property in hla hands
for support of aald ward,
That tho aald ward hu no other mcani of
mpport than tho hereinafter deacrlhed real
estate. That the aald ward Is of the age of
thirteen years, Is a resident of Benton county,
Arkansas, and ia in need of money for her
proper support and education.
That the real property owned by aald ward Is
described as follows: An undivided half Inter
est In the following described property, to-wlt
Beginning at a point lu the northwest bound
ary of the D. I.. C. of 8. 8. White and wife in
township 3 south, range 'i east of the Willamette
Meridian, 24 chains south 42 degrees 15 minutes
west from the moat northerly point or corner of
said claim and running thence south 42 degrees
15 minutes west tracing claim boundary 4 chains
to a slake, thence south 47 degrees 4.1 minutes
east 20 chains to a slake: thence north 42 degrees
15 minutes east 4 chains to a stake; thence north
47 degrees 45 minutes west 20 chains to a stake at
the place beginning, containing S acres of land,
more or less.
And it further appearing that tho father of
snid minor is dead, ami the mother of said minor,
Mary Kellogg, living lu the county of McDouald,
state of Missouri, ia the next of kin to said minor.
That It Is necessary In order for the proper
support und education of said ward that said
real estate he aold. That kald real estate cannot
bo sold In parcels to advantage.
It Is therefore ordered, that the next of kin of
said ward, and all persona interested in the
estate of said w ard be and appear before this
court, at the county court house iu Oregon City,
Oregon, on Monday, tho "111 duy of September,
1SIK), at 10 o'clock A. M., to show cause why
license should not be granted for the sale of said
real estate, and that copies of this order be
served by publication for threo successive woeks
In Oregon Courlor.a newspaper circulating In the
Dated July 25th, lw.
COUPON- E. II AYES,
STATE OK OREGON. I
County of Clackamas.'
I, Elmer Dixon, county clerk of the above
named counly and state, and clerk of the
circuit court of tho county of Clackamas and
state of Oregon, do horoby certify that the fore
going copy of citation fur sale of real estate lias
been by mo compared with tho original, and
that it is a correct transcript therefrom, and of
the whole of such original citation as the same
appears of record iu my ollleo and in my care
In testimony whereof, I havo hereunto set my
hand and affixed tho seal of said court, this
25th duy of July, A. D. lHWi.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Clackamas.
Washington National Building Loan and Invest
ment Association, a corporation, Plaintiff,
vs. Samuel J. Baechler. Defendant..
DV VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND ORDER
of Bale, issued out of the above entitled
court in the abovo entitled cause to
mo directed, dntcd the 16th day of July, lN'Jti,
upon a Judgment and decree rendered in
said court on tho lltli day of July, Im'.Hj. in favor
of plaintiff and against defendant for the sum
of jilM.97 and the fiirtliersuraof75.00 attorney's
fees and tho further sum of $15.00 costs and
disbursemcuts iu said suit, and interest on said
judgment from the date thereof at the rate of
eight per cent pir annum, and the costs of and
upon said writ, and -'' foreclosure of u
mortgage given by sut Sftflam to said plnln
tiffupon, .'irjri.he sale.wHie laud hereinafter
o --rilied, Hlld, on the Kith day of July, ls-jc,
'iS'.Ty levy upon the following described r.-al
property, situate, lying and being In the County
of Clackamas and State of Oregon, to-wit: He
ginning at a point forty llvo (45) feet westerly
from lli southeast corner of lot five (5) in
block one hundred and forty (1411) in Oregon
City; running thenco westerly along Seventh
Street twenty (20) feet; thonce northerly at right
angles with said Seventh street one hundred and
twenty four (124) feet to tho alley; thence at
right angles easterly twenty (20) feet; thence
southerly at right angles with tho alley one hun
dred and twenty four (121) feet to the place of
beginning, and being a part of lots five and six
(5 and 0) in said block ono hundred and forty
(1 10) in Oregon City, said block being also some
times known as block scventoen (17) in the
Count; Addition to Oregon City,
Now, therefore, iu pursuance of said decree,
execution and order of sale, I will, on Friday,
the 21st day of August, lsmi, at the hour of ten
o'clock A. M. at the court house door, In Oregon
City, County of Clackamas. Stato of Oregon, sell
the above described real property at public
auction, aubjeet to redemption, to the highest
bidder for cash, to satisfy said judgment, decree,
execution and order of sale, interest, costs and
all accruing costs.
li. W. CRACK.
lietili'ol Cliii'ivuni.is i miuty, tuvson.
Star -jKr; Grocery
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L. SijiiEL, General Manager,
Oregonlan BuilJicy. PorCaaJ.
IT PAYS OTHERS
It will pay you to stop at the popular Dry Goods House
of McALLEN & MCDONNELL, Cor. Third and Morrison
Sts., Portland, Oregon.
NOTE THE SPECIALS!
Ladies' Shirt Waists, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75 and $1. Summer and
Bicycle Corsets, 25c, 35c and 50c. Ladies' Vests, 5c, 10c and
15c. Misses' Corsets, 23c. Gentlemen's Shirts and Drawers
summer weight, plain and ribbed, only 25c.
15000 yards Cream Mohair Alpaca, elegant material for
evening or party dresses, former prices 45, 50 and 65c. Special
forone week only 25c per yard, This i t!u BESTBARGIN
EVER OFFERED IN PORTLAND.
Icllei & McPoqqcII,
COItNKIl TIIIKU AND M'JKIEIHON STKKK18, X'OKTLAXD, ORE.
lust received at the PIONEER STORE t
DIMITIES, DUCKS, NAINSOOKS,
PERCALE, PIQUE, SATINES.
I The Very Latest Styles of Silk for Waists at Prices beyond
competition. Shirt Waits at prices to suit the buyer. j
j CHARIVIAN & SON, GENERAL MERCHANTSJ
Notice i hereby uivun that tlm tin.
li'iviu'tteil h is been hy the ll tu. ( j . K.
Hayes, cuitity itiilirii of DlackHinas
Cmtnty, Oreiruti, tltily Hppninteil us ad
ministrator of the estate ol IsubetU Mo
Elsander, deceased. All nerBons havinn
c 1 111 tnes itaatiist said estate ate notified
to present the properly verified, with
vouchers, to tne at the oilico of C. D. &
V. C. Lntouiette, tnv atlornevs. inOreimn
Oily. Oregon, within six months from
this (lute. Jated July 1". 18IKI
I I a it 11 v Mc li i.s a x UK it ,
In the Circuit Court ol the State of Oregon, for
the County of Cliickiinms.
Washington National liulldinir Loan and In
vestment A.sociiUlo:i, a coriioration,
l'lttintllt', vs. John A. Confer and Olivia Con
fer, his wife, Jacob Spanker and Henry
BY VIRTUE OF A. EXECUTION AND ORDER
" wfni'i ui "i uuut u uimiicu el'uri
In the above entitled cause, to mo directed.
dnted the lilth day of July, MM, upon a juilKinout
and decree rendered in said court on the 11th
day of July, lMiti, In favnr of plaintiff and
against said defendants, Jonn A. Confer and
Olivia Confer and each of them for the sum of
S12S-1.20 and the further sum of S'.W.OO attorney's
ice, ana tne turtner sum or ii.i.oo costs and
disbursements In said suit, and Interest on said
judgment from the date thereof at the rate of
sight percent per annum, and the costs of and
upon said writ, and for the foreclosure of a
mortgage givon by said defendants John A.
Confer and Olivia Confer to plaintiff upon, and
tho sale of the land hereinafter described. I did.
on the 16th day of July, lone, duly levy upon the
following described real property, situate, lying
and being in the County of Clackamas, State of
Oregon, to-wlt: All of lot six (6) and fractional
lots three (3) and five (5) in block twenty one
'21) in the County Addition to Oregon city, ac
cording to the map and plats thereof now on
tile in the office of the Recorder of Conveyances
of said County; the aforesaid block twenty one
Oil) Is known as block one hundred and thirty
six (13G) in McLoughliu's map of Oregon City,
Now therefore, in pursuance of said decree,
execution and order of salo, I will, on friday
the 21st day of August, 1890, at the hour of ten
o'clock A. M. at the court house door, in Oregon
City, County of Clackamas, State of Oregon, sell
the above described real property, at public
auction, subject to redemption, to the highest
umuer tor casn, to eatlsty said judgment,
execution and order of sale, Interest, costs, and
all accruing coats.
G. W. GRACE,
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon.
Notice to Taxpayers.
As assessors or deputies will not go
out through the country this year, you
are requested when in Oregon City to
come in the assessor's office and give in
a statement of your taxable property, or
send in a list. You will be furnished
with suitable blanks.
J. C. Bradley,
Assessor of Clackamas Countv.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Oreifon Oitv, Or.
. July 0th, 1808.
Notice is hereby triven that the fob
owing named sett ler has filed notice of
is attention to make final proof in snp.
port of his claim, anil that said proof will
he made before the Register and Receiver
at Oregon Citv, Ore., on August 25th,
ISOli, viz: Thomas Odell ; II. E 812U
fur the lots 1, 2 und 3 of Set:. 24, T. 2 S.
R 3 K.
He mimes the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
mid cultivation of, said land, viz:
Ernest II Bnrghardt of Damascus, Ore. ;
Leander Bartleinay of KagleCrt ek Ore. ;
William ! . Reeman of Gladstone, Ore. ;
II. F. Kern of Currinsville. Ore.
ROBERT A MILLER, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUB LIO ATI OX.
Lund office at Oregon Oitv, Or.,
Notice is hereby uiven that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Register and Receiver
at uregon Oily, Oregon, on August 25th.
180G, viz: John Vanderhoof; H. E. 8105
for the Eli of NEJ-4' of Sec. 24 T 2 S. R.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of, said land, viz:
Hazel Odell, Joe Wall, Faut Peek,
Ernest Severs, ail of Marmot, Oregon.
ROBERT A. MILLER, Register.
NOTICE OF SALE OF DELINQUENT
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a certain assessment on the shares of
capital stock of the Blue River Mining
and Milling Company, a corporation, of
three-fourths of one percent., levied bv
the directors thereof at their meeting
held on the 2d day of August. 1805, and bv
virtue of the action of the board of
directors of said corporation, on the 6th
day of June, 1S00, whereby said assess
ment was declared to be delinquent and
pursuant to the order thereof, now
The following stock will on Saturday,
August 20th, 1890, at 2 p. m.. at the front
door of the court house at Oregon City,
Oregon, be sold by me at public auction,
for cash in hand, to the highest bidder,
to make the amounts of assessments and
costs of advertising thereon, namely:
-NAME. SHARES. AMOCXT.
E. K Dnggs Slot) $:3.6S
Geo ard 000 4.00
Dated at Oregon City.Or., July 29,1800.
S. R. GREEN, President.
J. J. COOKE, Secrettu-v.
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
'OTIlE is hereby given- that the
viiuiicH oi urcgon City, Oregon, proposes
to improve that portion of Seventh street lying
between the intersection ol Main and Seventh
streets in said city and the Southern Pacific Rail
road Co.'s right of way. by bringing said portion
of said street to the established grade, the laying
of ten feet sidewalks on each side of said street,
the putting lu of proper gutters and curbs, and
by having the balance of said street improved
with crushed rock. In accordance with plans
and specifications prepared for the Improve
ment of said portion of said street, and now on
file in the office of the city engineer.
Published by order made by the city council
of Oregnn City. Oregon, at a special meetini:,
held on July 27th,
Recorder of Oregon City. Oregon.
The Tbrice-a-week X. Y. World and
j Courier for $2 per year. Theorl d
j will be ot special advantage to yon
daring the presidntial campaign.
Jacob Kober, the Seventh street baker
keeps on hand a large stock of the best
; country cider, soda water and other
j temperance drinks . All drinks kept on