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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1890."
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OCEANS OF CAltl'ET
Quantities equal to every demand, quali
ties tlmt defyadverso criticism, beauti
ful designs tlint take tlio eye of a pri-
TineiT' pricos t,lut mnke buyers wonder;
nil these things and more are presented
to the vision in our Grand Exposition of
ca rpet novelties . You can't get off tho
lloor, and that makes it all important to
have this basis of a room's atttuctions a
triumph of pleasing possibilities The
top point of carpet-buying pot-si bilities
is reached in our stock of 50 different
patterns in 5 different materials from
loc per yard and upwards.
BEUOMY A M M II
n the world,
the world, r.O,-
Royal of Liverpool iargt bU8in
North British & Mercantile ''SSSrSoo"""" ln
Son of London-
.Olileat purely fire Insurance office In the world.
JEtna of Hartford-
Largest ttnd bent Aiuerlvau comjmny.
Continental of New York- -One of the beat dinerlcmi companion
AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE CO I
The Tiavelers Insurance Company of Hartford
. ..CAJJ, ON MB FOB BLOTTERS AND CALENDARS ...
. F. E. DONALDSON, t Commercial Bank.
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Stcfidy your nerves, and
perfect your digestion
by using bread made
from our whole wheat
flour. It is made from
the whole wheat berry
except the out side hull,
or bran, yvhich is a woody
substance, irritating and
indigestible. Bread made
from this 'flour is not so
white as that made from
the pale white roller flour,
but it is far superior 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
ONCE TIMED ALWAYS USED.
F F WIIIIAMQ
I A IIIBbllllllV
I Th Oncer.
Proceeding of September Session
Long List of Bills.
F W Greeninan, road... 2 00
rope & (Jo, roml 7 511
G. E. Hayks, judge. ..
8. F. Makkm, commissioners
weportof viewers on petition of O
Motinor for a county roud approved and
roan ordered opened and
ncport 01 viewers on petition of Id
uruner et oi lor a road and on claim
01 Henry Moinko and Mr. Guffenheim
tiled ; expense account of 24.50 allowed
ana new viewers appointed
Petition to change location of bridge
over itock creek denied
Petition to vacato alley in block 11
01 Willamette granted.
reuiion ot ilios. Spur 111 for a rnWn
of tiixesdcnicd. '
Proposition of Mrs. G. W. Church
furnished gravel denied.
nuport ot viewers on petition of tli
Portland General Electric Co et al for a
.....v.w ui uuiiu 01 viaiKson & Melrvtn
Boom Oo: Time havinir expired in
which petition wore given to present
bond and that have mado default and
ordered that no further time be given.
Additional bond of Jacob Shado
Ordered that all countv warranta
drawn and not presented for payment
for seven years from dato of which thov
G. H. BESTOW & CO
DOORS. WINDOWS, MOULDING
LOWEST CASH PRICES EVER OFFERED FOR FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Mho Oppoaite Coiigrettntlonal Vhnrch. Main street, Oregon City, Oregon
for CHOICE CUTS and TENDER MEATS go to" '
FETZQLD & CASK MARKETS.
Seventh Street, Corner of Center, on the Hill.
Main St., Opposite Caufield Block.
Two Shops, ....... orenon City, Oregon.
n, . . . ,4 were drawn be canceled and destroyed.
Our store is a state depository rvtitin.. ,,f nrt ( - 1 , ,
for school books and we carry in , , of Bu?on M ul,8tur 0'
stock every book used in Clack- vuuw U,ALS uisanowe i.
mutio uu.ibjr uiiu mvy ulv duiu i vii"w J1, a. loepeunann tor a
llt rubnto of taxes granted if ho pays beforo
STATE 'ltember 20 at 2 'per cent.
CONTRACT PRICES ArPcation ot a. Kerus for a reissue
r. i . i: rv "-"" " HinouiiD oi f 10 winch were
iiniuriit na ..t.'fa . wgrantea.
for cash. We can give you A11wances to following paupers were
more for vour monev in SLATES aiscontinucd : Mrs. Murtlm 4rit.,i,,
TiKT lfTa Pcviir O IVIT ir 1. ... I
x iixo, An., airs. J . A. L,OUHltnnnt, and .Inaor.1, Sl,n.
vaii . . . . r J
Jl. mention granted of E. F. Riley for
to districts a ceruncates of tax sale for delinouent
vt e duv ana sell second-hand wwes oi 18U3.
BC..O01 uooks tmon of Jt 0, Bmdlo or
tention of time for meeting of board of
equalization granted and to first Monday
I L Huffman, surveyor's iiivt! ! ! !
liellomy & llusch, courthouse. . .
J L Drake, road
J Olsen, road
.Ill J"1H'I roud .
E E Williams, uinmcr
U li Huntley. c(iiirtlioiiH
Huntley's Book Store,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Mill Feed, Lime, Cement
and Land Plaster.
W N Godfrey. InniiMi Mm T
w,. yi euuoa-ol W.' 8. Moak for relierforL: nw. .... .... 52 no
,, . - ion DnMU. rs t :
u. email granted and 5 allowed. w mm ' " 8 accl 4 65
Omirf. a.Hm,rn H.,-.i " ". ireiwurer 8 accl. ... 3U 00
. . w , LAID OVER.
S F Scripture, road l or
Mate vs James Honey etal, justice
court, claimed :t5.10
W A Huntley, stationery
(illlHS iV I'rUUhonilnu. Hhltiomu'V
Coi'rikr, printing, claimed itl.73.
K L Holliinn. ruiiiiuir
Thos Charnian & Son, pauper.'.'.'
State vs Joe Anderson, justice
court. I'liiinxvl "i' rui
State vs II Wright, justice court,
Stato vs 11 J Liisk, jus'tico court.'
rrank urown, "
" WongHing "
" Hen Aover "
claimed M5.05. ii kk
m ap. DauiH'r.cliiuiH 97 in m
v Wicel & bcrnnor tin rmul i r
w ' "ospitai, paiijH'r, claimed
rrTV: . i
ni uooke. road ..... no
Jas Dulois, " claimed $5.50. . . 50
Wilson & Oooke, road 40 25
State vs Elmer Thomas, justice
Court. I'lnimiirl :t.r 1.r. on nn
Glass & rrudhomme, Btatioiit-iy 14 50
" . 12 So
Herald, printing ;. 3350
Herald " .... 1 iui
Geo Brougliton, road .' ' 104 30
B Hankins in m
. . . . .
flirs .nary Alcistrick. nminnr no
Liverniore, lloopes & Hullard rd 5 18
d iu iiayuen 47 13
nuwovs fliiko liuberline, justice
uuiiri, eiaimen fw. ia 3)S)0
u XNouiiu.sberitTsacct 2 AO
W l'owi-ll, paujier 20 00
N Greenmun, pauper 17;,
Mailt?,. courthniiHH n r.o
Maneymyth road 24S3 38
Liimisey on " J4 gi
ames sneiby " 40 50
narrmgton " 411 f,o
l iUOIMIV. aliiritT'a r imiilv Hi: An
.10 Bradley assessor .claimed j208 109 0"
W G Smith, cir ct aiwt. on
j rneuricKS 28 45
J W Powell, insano 10 on
G W Grace, sheriff 61 32
w v ji bamson, slierill 0 00
W H Young a 50
Mrs J B Hill, pauper 4 70
.ionn d eieeper, printing 1 on
tflwrenceA Bain, printing tax list 1295 611
G. W. Grace, pauper 4 95
Jos Bichner, road 75
Resolution of Condolence.
Whereas; Our Almighty Father, in
his wise providence has seen fit to remove
from our midst our sisier, Mrs. W. H.
Kcsolvod , That in the death Sister
Young, the husbaild and children of our
late sister are he eft of a kind an.l
affectionate wife and loving mother, an.
tho members of Myrtle Lodim a worth
Resolved, that wo extend to tl
family of our deceased sister our heart
felt sympathy in this their sad la-reave-
Resolved, As a tribute of resitcct to
our late sister, ihat our charter .
draped in mourning for thirty days, and
these resolutions la) spread upon tho
minutes of this lodge and also that copies
bo forwarded the lawaved family, and
to the Enterprise, Courier. Herald
and tho Oregon Keior erfor publication.
Respectfully Submitted in 0. H. & P.
Mrs. R. N. Si-raoitk,
MllN. S. A. GlIil.KTT,
Mrs. Clara Calikf,
Mynlo Lodge Xo.24, D. of U.,A . O. U. W .
Booms 76, 77, 79, Dcltum
Many of my friends hai
trouble to fiud me; hence
H. W. JACK0M
Macbialst aii LDCksmlth,
Bicycles, Umbrellas, Sewing Machines, Guns
and all kinds of small machinery re
paired. Prices reasonable.
Shoo t.n fifriftuh Sirm. Oppomte Depot
on following Wednesday, Septembor
lotn, to decide on poor farm
Following report of road supervisors
lor month of August :
DUtn Material FunT
J $4 80 $ 24 87
The '-TWIN COMET'
Unique, Efficient, Labor Saving.
Will sprinkle 4 times greater
area than any other
Highest Award at the Chicago Exposition
Can be seen in operation at the residence of
the editor 01 this paper,
bend for circulars giving testimonials and prices
' E. STEBBINS MFG. CO.,
I Sole Manufacturers,
Springfield, - - - Mass.
Agents Wanted Can Make Big Money.
32 C4 12 80
0 71 33 00
10 78 320 75
59 89 08 22
f? v? Jonn Vo et al justice ct 4 65
W V Adams, pauper 10 00
Superintendent's salary reduced from
oo to 50 per month.
un Wednesday Hie court met and
allowed two small bills and looked after
some bridges ; on Thursday they visited
more bridges on the west eido and will
get to the poor farm matter about Saturday
For Sale: Bicycles: 5 Caih
an.l 61 ...... 1- n ...
t jvi ww. rnees fzo and up
wanls. Only five wheels left, come In
and examine them at Huntley's Hook
Store, Oregon Oity.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received bv street
committeoof Oregon Oity council until
V ednesday evening, October 7th, 1890,
for improving Seventh street between
railroad track and Main street with
crushed rock, including excavatinir and
sidewalks. Plans and
bo seen atoilicoof city engineer. Tho
council reserves the right to reject nnv
or all bids. Street Oommittkk. '
Oregon Oity, September 17, 1890.
Lowest Fire Ins.Ratss-F. E Donaldson
Lirgost Ins. Buslness-F. 6. Don ltd 3 on
; JAMES MURR0W,
Artistic House Painting
Bemoved from Holman'i Old Stand to Kez
Door to Couaua BnildiuK n 8erenth Street,
Near Depot, Oregon City, Oregon.
E'RE RECEIVING LOTS OF
uTjNEW GOODS FOR EARLY
FALL TRADE. FIFTY CASES OF
SHOES JUST IN FROM THE BEST
REMEMBER YOU DON'T HAVE TO
PAY FANCY PRICES FOR SHOE
LEATHER FROM US
WE GIVE YOU AS GOOD VALUE
ANY HOUSE IN THE STATE OF
The following proposals to sell the
county land for a poor farm were
Theo. Wygant, 90 acres $0000
Sirs. E. Ilarger, 204 acres 5280
0. W. I'orter, lOOacres 3500
Wm. Dixon, 115 acres 6750
Walter L. Holcomh, 21)5 0833
Mrs. K. O. Il111-lc1.lt M ' Minn
. r eruuson. 150. jiwi
J. A. inayer, 30 1000
" ' 3,)- 1200
u. rerguson.NO 3000
Max Schulnius. 30 9ium
Theo Himiler, 03 . . .' ' '. ' ' ' ' ' 2205
Susan Terando. 58 khoa
K. E. Oharman. 30 ' ' 450
W.W.Myers, 318 8000
Arthur S. Bailey, 37.45 3745
0. W. Porter. 75 37sn
Robt. J. Bentel, 30 750
M. F. Moore, 50 3000
XH.r. inomilson, 70 7000
v. J.Kirit,itiO 55n0
Robt. J. Bouiel, 67 2302
We are enjoying tho benefits of tho
nop picking is the order of the day
John Crocker left Monday for French
Prairie whore ho intends to dry hops for
t t m . .
J. riiigiu was visiting in our county
J jMiiioy lias not as yet contracted
mere will ho no prayer meetinir at
tne sciiool liouso during bop picking,
liu-ro will bo a union Christian
Endeavor meeting at tho Smyrnia church
on the fourth Sunday in this month.
('reaching at the school house on
Saturday evening by Itev. J, Ware.
Sept. 14. VA
Cure for Headiobe.
As a remndv for all farm. rr iica,i..i,
Lleetrui Bitters has proved to be the
best. It effects a permannnt pnra .l
lll most drnnded hahiliml aiolr
sches yields to its Infl
nrife all who am afflicted to procure a
bottle, and (riVfl thin rmnurlv a Uim
. , " "v.v mill.
In cases of habitual constipation Electric
Hitters cures bv uivini? th nomloit t
the bowels, and few nntinfl lntii p..i.t
the use of this medic! n. Tr it n.
50o and f 1 at Charman 4 Co.. Drua
DON'T YOU KNOW
That you can get your
printing done at the
Courier office cheaper
than in Portland.
Thousands of samples to
select from. Satisfaction
All our $1.25 and $1.50 Oxfords selling for
Glass & Smith's Old Stand,
J . W. Powell, 158 2377
Mrs. Hennetta M. Kellv. 40 7nv
Jesse Shorllidge, 30 2200
noman KvDzvnski. 40 . irnw
O. H. Dye, 50 2750
r. n. Kauch (pres), 42.80 3000
iiios. e. Kyan.fiU
" " 30
, " 60
1 1'rindle, pauper acct $ 300
H Harding " " 535
D J Slover " " 10 00
A w rhillips claimed $2.50 1 50
r J Kidings, pauixr 3 95
J Gorbett, deputy sheriff 4 50
H Himiler.pauper.claimed 5.00 2 50
a BeeDe and Mrs E J Thnrber,
pauper, claimed 30 18 00
W H Youne. road 3 50
O C Water Com. cniirthnimo 15 An
J C Frost, sheriff 12 00
O Tel & Tel Co, courthouse 1 25
t, a uramhall, road 2 47
Bowerg Rubber Co. hridim 14-? an
w a uodtrey, inquest of infant,
claimerl 16 s on
WN Godfrey, inquest, Herbert
rtaith : s on
Cal Powder Co, road 03 3
H (i Starkweather. twu ln.r' t 15 nn
T J Ciary, teacher's ex 22 50
D F May " 12 00,
Cold nights and hot days. Evervbodv
has finished thrashing. Farmers are
busy plowing. Grain was fair this yuar
ftveryrxxiy lias gone to the hop patch
Frank and Bill Whiteman will go down
tlie river fishing Tuesday.
Miss Ida Barret is home for a month's
E. Everson and Jack Cutting went to
Maplelane to cut wood for L. Mautz
Our famous Bigo Sprague is married.
but the cow bell brigade hasn't called
on mm yet.
Mr. McGrath is on the sick list.
Bryan is our next president.
Sept. 15. ExoixitER
Plowing has tx-gun in this country.
Joe Gorbett and son, Andrew, were in
Oregon City on business one day thi
Miss Delia A. Hubbard is home on a
Dix Brothers cxiiect to begin picking
their hops next Tuesday.
Mrs J Gorbett was the guest of Mrs.
Sallie Hammet last Monday nigkt.
Mrs. Betsy Gottberg paid Oregon City
visit this week.
Meadie and Mabel HubUrd were the
guests of Miss Grace Gorbett last Sun
day. Mr. FA Ifammett had quite a fire
Thursday but was so fortunate as to gift
only a rery few rails burned .
Notice of Dissolution.
To all whom it may concern Notice is
hereby given that the partnership here
tofore existing under tho firm name of
MarrA Robertson has been dissolved
and horeafor the business will be con
ducted by A. Robertson, to whom pay
ment of accounts must bo made.
BRYAN CLUB NO H E.
A meeting of the Bryan Free Silver
club will be held at Justice Schubel's
oflico on Tuesday evening, September
22d. All Bryan men cordially invited
For Over Fifty Years.
An Oi.n and Well-Third p
Mrs. Wilislow's Honlbinir Kvriu. I.. .j
been 11-ed for over li ft v veara hi-mi!.
lions of mothers fur llu-ir i-hililrmi ni.iu
teething, with perfect success I
SOOIIien (he chid, softena Dm
allays all mtiii cures wind mlin uml 1
the best remedy for Diarrhiua. I
pleasant to the taste. Sold by Druififist
n every part of the World. Twmv.
live cents a bottle, tlx vhIum I. in.
alculable. lie sur nml null far M..
Winslow's Sootbinn Bvrun. anil taku n.
Notice is hereby given that there will
be a meeting of the democratic central
committeo of Clackamas county on Sat
urday, September 19th, at 2 o'clock p.
m., at tho Coubikb office, Oregon City,
All members are expected to be nresenf
as important business will be transacted
J.J. O00KB, Chairman.
A. W. OlIKNBY. ftecretarv.
be Ditctviry Saved His Life.
Mr. G. Caillouettn. Drnmriar TLavra.
villa, III., says: "To Dr. King'- New
Discovery I owe my life. WM taken
with La Grippe and tried al! th nhl.
cians for miles about, but of no avail and
was riven np and told I could not live.
Having Dr. Kins'a New rimvr in
my store I sent for a bottln and rn
its use and from the first dose began to
get better, and after using three bottles
was op and about again. It is worth it
weight in tfold. We don't keen mtntm nr
house Without it." Get a free (rial sr.
Charman A Go's Drug 8tore.
All parties indebted to the West Side
Grocery are requested to call and settle
at onoe either with cash or by note and
thus save unnecessary costs.
A. R. DooLrm.
Xiee selection of men's heavy morktni;
shirts at the Racket 8 tore.