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OREGON CITY COURIER.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1896.
PLANE ON THE FACE...
of it, and certainly too plain to bo
denied. What is ? Why, the
superiority of our tables and furni
ture to anything shown else
where. We sell
Oak Extension Tables for. . . .$0.00
Large Center Stands 1.75
Kitchen Tables 1 00
Leaf Tables 2.00
And everything due proportioiutly
BELLOMY & UUSC1L
Leading Aeency in
Roy&l of Liverpool-00" ' ios world.
North Brittsb ft IIecantUe-,'oSo,:ooo"M, ,n the wor,,, 50"
SllD Of LOndOD -lde P! flr Insurance offloe la the world.
Ztn3 of Hirtf ord -LrMt "nd b1 Amer,o"B co,n,,a"5''
COntillOIlbd Of NOW Y0rk-On of be,t American companies
AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS INSURANCE COMPANIES
The Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford
Largest, oldest and best aeeldent Insurance company in the world, and
lio doe very large Uf Insurance business.
,.UU 01 III tOB ILOTTUI AK 04XIRDABS.,
F. E. DONALDSON, at Commercial Bank.
2J G. H. BESTOW ft
Steady 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, which 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 TRIED ALWAYS USED.
F F WILLIAMS
1 The Grccer.
WHO IS TflD?
The Result Still in Doubt.
REPUBLICANS CLAIM THE VICTORY
WITH SIX DOUBTFUL STATES
TO HEAR FROM.
For Over Fifty Year.
An Old and Well-Tried Remedy.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been ued for over fifty years by mil
linns of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success.
soothes tne child, sol tens the gums
allays all pain, cutea wind colic, and is
the best remedy lor Diarrhoea.
pleasant to the taste. Sold by Druggist
in every part ot the Woiid. Twenty
Ave cents a bottle. Its value is in'
cHluulnble. Be sure and ask for Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
DOORS; WINDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDING
LOWEST CASH PBICE8 EVEB ' OFFERED FOR FIRST-CLASS GOODS.--
Shop Opposite Congregational tihnroh. Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon
for CHOICE CUTS and TENDER MEATS go to
FETZOLD & GALE'S CASH MARKETS.
Seventh Street, Corner of Center, on the Hill.
Main St., Opposite Caufield Block.
Two Shops, - Oregon City, Oregon
he Discovery Saved His Life.
! Mr. G. Caillouette. Druecist. Beavers
yille, III., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe rny life. Was taken
with La Grume and tried all the physi
cians for milesabout, but of no avail and
Vis given up and told I could not live,
. Ha viiii: Dr. King's -New Discovery in
my store k sent (or a bottle and began
Its use and from the first dose began to
get better, and after using three bottles
was up ana about again. It is worth its
weight in gold. We don't keep store or
house without it." Get g free trial at
Charman is Co s Drug Store,
A quarter buys either 5 lbs dry gran
nlnted. sugar, 6 lbs best soda, or 8 lbs
rice at the Red Front. .
.3 F Br'AcnBand TtHEtTMArisM relieved
UIKV uy Ur, Miles' Nerve Piaster
Rooms 76, 77, 79, Dekum
Many of my friendi ham
trouble to flud me; henc
H. W. JACK0N
Machinist and Locksmith,
Bicycles, Umbrellas, Sewing Machines, Guns
and all kinds ot small machinery re
paired. Prices reasonable.
8hoo on Seventh Street, Qpponite Depot
Artistic House Painting
Removed from Holman's Old Stand to Nex
Door to CoURim Building on Seventh Street,
Near Depot, Oregon City, Oregon.
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
Oi the Street between the Bridge and tht
Double and single rigs and saddle horses a
wars on baud at the lowest rates, nd a corral
I a, nnnn nnwd wiin the barn for loose stock.
Any information regarding any kind of stock
prompuT auenasa to pj icucr ui
HORSES BOUGHT OB BOLD
GEO. A. HARDING,
Standard Pat. Medicines.
Paints. Oils and Window Glass.
PretcriptUmt AccurnUlt Compounded
HARPING S BLOCK.
jJob Printing at the
Wr- Coirier Office-
...BEE - HIVE
Election Week I
Children's Merino Underwear, all sizes, 23c.
10 Dozen Girls Turban Hats, with plumes, 25c.
5 Dozen Fine Tam O'Shanters, 48c.
Gents' Fine Fedora Hats, $1, $1.25 and $1.98.
Gents' Gray Underwear, 19c.
50 Pieces No. 5, All Silk Satin Ribbon, all colors, 5c.
Ladies' Fine White Mull Aprons, with Swiss em
broidery, 19c, 29c and 48c
Gents' Heavy Natural Wool Underwear, 50c.
Ladies' Fine Cashmere Gloves, 25c.
300 Dozen New Handkerchiefs, 3c, 3c, 8c, ioc, 15c.
Ladies' Mackintoshes, $3.
We sell a Ladies' Vici Lid Shoe, never sold in Oregon
City less than $2.50, at $1.98.
Gents' Working Pants, 59c, 85c, 89c, $1.25 and $1.50.
Very Best Engineer Overalls, 90c; Denims at 45c.
IF YOU WANT A CORSET TO FIT
TRY THE "P. N."
CAUFIED BLOCK. OREGON CI1Y.
BRYAN STOCK IS RISING RAPIDLY 1
Tabular Statement of the Vote of the State
Counties of Oregon and Precincts in Clack
The election of president is still in doubt. The republicans
claim 264 of the 447 electoral votes, but as this number includes
the 55 votes still in doubt, of California (9), the two Dakotas (7)
Indiana (15), Michigan (14), West Virginia (6) and Delaware (4), the
democrats have, at present, as much ground to claim the victory as
the republicans. The Associate Press concern is in the hands of
the republican party, and it is not to be expected that it would be in
a hurry to disseminate news unfavorable to McKinley. The cam
paign dispatches which fill the columns of the dailies are contradictory
and of little value. We can only "wait till the clouds roll by," which
probably, will reveal the election of the People's Champion, William
The Bryan men in Portland bantered the republicans on Wed
ncsday evening by offering to bet on Bryan 2 to 1, but McKinley ites
who would "put up" were very scarce. The republican roosters of
Oregon City crowed too early, for now their tail feathers are drooping.
If l'ryan is elected, it will teach the millionaires once for all that
American manhood cannot be bought like cattle. His defeat will be
an incentive to all true patriots to renew and continue the contest
against the. tyranny of consolidated wealth. The Democracy re
cognizes that Capital and Lab o are necessary to one another, in
friendly harmony, not, as now, the one suppressing the other into servi
tude, a condition that is menacing to Liberty and the perpetuity of
the American Republic in fact as well as in name.
On Thursday afternoon, the dispatches placed to Bryan's credit
196 electoral votes; McKinley, 189. All the rest at sea.
LATER As we go to press (Thursday at 5 p. m.) a telegram
was received from Chairman Jones conceding McKinley's election.
UN-OFFICIAL RETURNS OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY BY PRECINCTS
ELECTION OF NOVEMBER 3, 1896.
Upper Molalla. . . .
Oregon City No. 1 .
Oregon City No. 2.
Oregon City No. 3.
West Oregon City.
Vote for Supreme
Judge. June 1896
Nov. 3, 1890
Totals ! 1908
80 21 13 237 117 138 .... 21
32 10 63 95 35 01 .... 20
49 4 84 137 69 71 . . . . 2
27 1 27 65 41 19 22 ....
85 8 95 188 105 83 22 ....
31 24 51 100 60 41 25 ....
19 4 24 " 47 18 27 9
72 10 68 140 101 49 52 ....
18 2 18 38 1 8 18 .... ....
79 4 91 174 98 107 . . . . 9
(18 5 1 07 173 8 0 89. . . . . ' 9
35 10 58 lOfl 57 73 .... lfi
35 4 39 78 38 42 .... 6
17 3 14 34 16 19 .... 3
5 25 34 124 8 1 65 26 ....
3 4 74 114 4 7 74 . . . . 27
38 ' 87 131 42 77 ... . 35
80 12 119 211 100 103 .... 3
17 4 M 87 23 03 .... 40
118 10 91 219 137 77 CO ....
21 13 55 89 2 1 05 .... 44
27 60 117 200 55 152 .... 97
52 6 103 lolj 89 02 27 ....
42 12 72 126; 5 fl 1
138 62 93 293, 220 128 98 ....
172 62 87 328 273 152 121 ....
08 9 88 1(15 77 80 . . . 3
108 13 90 211 138 60 82 ....
67 7 69 133 95 45 50 ....
9 6 fi 20 24 3 21 ....
37 4 31 72 '34 29 05 ....
14 7 64 85 23 4 41
43 23 4) Oii 58 44 1 4 ....
17 5 9- 31 24 13 11 ....
20 2 30 152 25 25
72 21 81 174 151 114 37 ....
1908 484 2351 4784 26B5 2384 673 392
A cream of tartar baking powder. Without of
all In leavening; strength. Latett United Statce
Uovrrnmeni fond Report.
Boyil Basing I'owdkr Co., New York.
The November session of tho circuit
court of the fifth ludicial district conven
ed on Monday with Judge T. A.MvBride
in chair ; District Attorney T. J. Glectou
ThcoFauts and Thos. M. Miller were
appointed general bailiff - and Max
Schulpius grand jury bailiff.
The following jurors were prosont:
H. Gregory, W. W. Irvin, R. W.Porter,
John Everhart, S. J.Oglesby, E.Hilton,
J. A. Stuart, George Knight, J. Mallatt,
Jos Graham, W. H. Borwg, O. Koclier,
I. D. Taylor, J. B. Noe, O. H. Wishart,
R. T. Davis, C. R. Noblitt, John Epper
son, Albert Walling, J. H. Eaton,
Berry Buckner, B.F. Linn, T. S.Stipp,
Following were drawn as grand jurors :
George Knight (foreman), Joseph Gra
ham, E. Hilton, Albert Wulling, Robert
Beal, B. F. Linn and J. R. Colo.
The following jurors were excused
for term : W. VV. Irvin, O. P.' Sharp and
J. H. Revenue.
Oases dismissed : George F. Wood vs
J. B. Moore et al J Oregon City vs S. E.
Paquet; Oregon City vs.L. T. Burin;
Mary A. Suhlotter vs Ment Randall.
8. Knight vs Dun Wylund et til ; judg
ment by default for $1910.76 and north
of southeast of section, 3, township
6 south of range 1 cast, containing 210
acres, be sold. .
Wilheminie M. Sturges vs Ira,B.
Sturges ; decree of divorce.
Pope Anderson A Govs Ore Chapman v
plantiff given leave to lilo amended
S. B. Hutson vs M.Tuunler, judgment
set aside and defendant allowed until
Saturday to answer.
Jonn Vick vsU. II. Hosford, judgment
for $03.05 and costs of f 10.
I T. Eudy vs Thos. Chin-man, plaintiff's .
motion for new trial denied.
Herman Bros, vs Thos. Garret ot al ;
judgment for $0538 and costs of $30.
II . II Wheeler vs 0. T. Howard, de
fendant ordered to build log flume in
his dam ; T. M. Millurappointud rulercu.
Cleveland Paint & Oil Co. vs U.K.
Cross et al; demurrer overruled and
defendant given till Monday to nnswer.
Oak Grove Land & Imp Co vs Ih.uic
Anderson J description of property in
I. L. White vs E. M. Hartinan et ul ;
sheriff d sale of 89 acres in E. Burbugu
Fleckensten, Mayer Co vs W. S. Kel
logg; conflmation of sale.
Oak Grove L & I Co vs Chan Bunnell ;
description of lund on judgment charged.
T. Eudy vs E. M. Atkinson ; defendant
given one week to file answer.
Henry Jewell s Chas Kruger, sheriff
J. E. Story vs J. R. Abbott ; judgment.
Following cases wero filed during
Peter Anderson vs E. M. Atkinson.
Robbin & Son vs Win. and Amelia
Assignment ofE. M. Atkinson.
J. B. Seely vs T. M. and Wm. Baker.
For table giving vote of Oregon see fourth page.
Buckten'a Arnica Salve.
Tiik Best 8alv in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sore. Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands.
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup,
tions, and positively cores Piles, or no
pay required. Ii is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money relunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Charman A Co.
Dr. Ullea' Nmts Plasters Xjc at all druggist.
Mr. Jacob B. Brown, of Grabamville,
S.C.was troubled with chills and fever,
and unable to procure relief, until he
began to take Ayer'g Pills. Ho is now
enjoying excellent health sue is a warm
and sincere advocate of Ayer'g Pills, for
all complaint" of stomach, liver, or
bowels. m b mi a i Ladies', gents' and children's fall end
KECBAIjGIA curwi ty Dr. MIW Pai I iDU'T underwear junt received at the
Put. "One cent a daae. At all druggbtl Racket Store.
Among other well-known writers and
thinkers who contribute papers on social
and economic questions may lie men
tioned Prof. Joseph Rodes Buchanan,
Lilian Whiting, Bolton Hall, Rev.T.
Ernest Allen, and otker eminent think
ers. Those w ho wish to be posted on
the live questions of the hour should by
all means read tne November Akena.
Notice is hereby given that for the
purpose of making an examination of
all persons w ho may offer themselves as
candidates for teachers of ti e school. of
this county, the county school superinten
dent thereof will hold a public examina
tion at the courthouse in Oregon C'i'y,
Clackamas county, Oregon, beginning on
Wednesday, Nov. 11th, 1SW. at 1 p. rn.
Those desiring state certificates can
apply for same on Satursdar, the Mth,
at a. m
Dated this29lh day of Oct.. H:S.
II. G. Starkweather,
County School fiiperintenclenU