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OREGON CITY COURIER
By A. W. CHENEY.
Enteredin Oregon City poBtoflice as second-clans mattor
If paid in advance, per year J
One year 2 00
Blx months 1 0
Three mouths 0
f""The date opposite your address on the
paper denotes the time to which yon have paid.
PATRONIZK HOMK INDUSTRY.
OREGON OITY, NOV. 19, 1897.
Go to Baum & Brandes, 145 'First
street, right on the Oregon City car line
for your lunches and dinners. We make
a specialty of ladies' and merchants'
lunches; try them, only 25c. Agency
for Mailland's candies.
IN ONE YEAR.
NO CURE NO PAY.
That is the way all drttsirlsts sell GROVE'S
TASTKI.KSS CHIUj TONIC for Mahir'ia, Chills
and Fever. It is simply iron and quinine in r
asteloss form. Children love it. Adults prefe
at o bitter. nHineatliipr T in ics. Price 50c. 'o
ale by C. (J.-Hiintlcy, Druggist.
The people have spoken in thunder
tones of disapprobation that cannot be
misunderstood. New York, which gave
Mr. McKinley a majority in November,
1890 of near 300,000, within one Bhort
year repudiates his administration and
goes democratic by near 100,000! Ken
tucky, which gave him her electoral
vole, now piles up 25,00' democratic
majority ! Ohio, which was counted for
him by near 50,000, is now saved by a
inoBt desperate scratch after deluging
the state with an unlimited corruption
fund. Maryland's 39,000 majority was
nearly wiped out. New Jersey, which
strayed off into a republican wilderness
of utter darkness, has returned to
within hailing distance of her father's
house. Old Virginia has rolled up the
heaviest majority for democracy ever
cast by the grand old mother of states
In Pagan Republican Massachusetts,
the land of the Hoars and Beast Butlers,
the republican majority has been re
duced one-half. Nebraska, the home
1 of the great apostle of democracy, Bounds
the death knell of Hannaism and pro
claims unswerving devotion to the cause
' of the people. From every quarter of
the Union comes words of good cheer
thai the people are once more being
aroused to the fearful peril into which
treacl erous and corrupt leaders have
brought th country, and the assurance
that they will stand by their riglns, and
their liberties, bequeathed by the fal hers
of the revolution ; and when the great
battle of the ballots is fought, the ene
mies of free government and a free p-o-plo
will be overwhelmed, "foul ith dis
honor, and black with defeat" from
which they can never again rally.
Two Millions a Yeiir.
Whet) people buy, try, and buv aaain,
it means they're satislid. The people
of the United States ar now hiving
Cafcarets Candy Cathartic at the rate of
two n,i lion boxes a ear and it will be
three million but rrf S'ew Years. It
mentis merit, proved, that Cascaretn are
tl e moft delisfhtful bowel regulator for
everybody the yeur round All drug
gists" 10c, 25, 50c a box. cure guaranteed.
Rheumatism, Kidney Troubles and
Sick Headache the Results Doc
tored foi Years Without Relief.
'My blood i ' of order, and I be
gan, taking Ho... j &ii-aaparilla. It has
puiilied my blooJ and relieved me of
rheumatism, kidney trouble and sick
headaches. I have been afflicted with
these difficulties for years; I am now able
to do a good day's work. Rheumatism has
troubled me since I was a child, but I am
now entirely well." Miss Pheobe Bai
ley, Box 445, Pasadena, California.
' I have suffered from the effects of Im
pure blood, boils, pimples, etc., for five
years. I have tried various remedies with
out relief and finally purchased six bot
tles of Hood's Sarsaparilla. The boils
and pimples have all disappeared since i
began taking this medicine. I am now
entirely cured." Louis Thomas, 1412
11th Street, Oakland, California.
Is the best -1n fact the One True Blood Puri
fier. All druggists. $1, six for $5. Get Hood's.
TO CURE A CoLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Brnmo Quinine Tablets. All
diUKgli-ti refund Hie money if It fails to cure, c
u Ai r: I are purely vegetable, re
nOOU S PUIS liable, beuettciaL &a.
A gentleman went into llolman's to
buy some wall paper for his parlor and
looking through the many samples
found some patterns that were line, de
cided upon one. "What is the price of
that paper?" " cents per double
roll." "I'm afraid that is too cheap."
But when it was explained how and why
it was sold so cheap, he took the paper
and was highly pleased.
Dan Willians has added tohis stock of
groceries and provisions a full line of
feed and hay. Goods delivered to all
parts of the city free. Corner Seventh
and Center streets
Hood's Sarsaparilla iH prepared by ex
perienced parinaciuts who know precisely
the nature and quality of all ingredients
Don't Run Any Risks about health
Avoid coughs, colds fevers, pneumonia,
and all other similar ailments by keep
ing your blood rich and pure with Hood's
BY GIVEN THAT T1IK
VOTICR H II Hit
iiiideisiijiied as execntoriif the lHt will and
Tim Rev. John Adams, New Milford,
I'l., says: "l'ostal savings banks, in
my opinion, would be a particularly good
thing for the country places. Take mv
own town, for instance New, Milford.
We uro Bi:c miles from Rockford, where
there are savings bunks, but our working
people cannot nffoid to take the time to
go there, and consequently havenoother
place than an old stocking or the chim
ney to put their little savings. When
these people are saving any money it is
particularly necessary that they should
have a perfectly safe depository and this
would be afforded by the government
postal savings I mil. s. '
Tun editor of the Semi-Weekly Spasm
will have no one to abuse now that Air.
Aieserve has leased his paper unless he
abuses his old friend, J. R. Ileeglo.
Ho seems to delight in "stabbing his
friends in the back.'' In this connection
we wish to say that the Enterprise under
the management of Air. Vuservo has
made a good Hhowing, much better than
the finances permitted, and we are sorry
to sou hint leave the business.
It would be too b.id If Oregon were to
become a "silver statu" like Washington,
where stato taxes have been reduced,
state warrants are at a premium, and
legislative expenses and appropriations
were reduce 1 nearly one-third. Oregon
politicians could never stand that, hut
the peophi would not shed te.irs to have
just such a dose administered and kept
up for about ten years until the pro
ducer got caught up with the tax
gatherer and warrant-scalper.
Tiik editor of the Oregon City Enter
prise complains that out remarks "often
times have two meanings." If his had
one meaning it would be a decided im
provement on their present character.
It was a lakota editor who wrote
"the price of this paper is not increased
by the lingloy bill, but we w ish to cor
rect the misapprehension of some our
subscribers who appear to think it was
iilneed on the free list."
Tiik Salem Journal says: Senator
ico. U. Bi'ownell, a Clackamas county
lawyer, who is said to be training for a
race with Tommy Tongtm next spring,
was a Salem visitor Sunday,
F.mtoiii.u. rooms are called sanctums
because of the scriptural language used
therein when the editor opens a letter
supposed to contain money and linds a
pile m. Ex.
Tiik next V, S. senalo stands as fol
lows: 4") republicans, 31 democrats, 4
silver republicans, o populists, 3 gold
democrats, 1 independent, 1 vacant.
Tiik $10(0 appropriated by the Sound
Money League to convert Oregon will
not go far toward a killing bimetallism. 1
testament oi .Suminl Strlle. deieasoU. dun been
nuilmrl.i'il. bv order of the ennui court ol
(Maekiimas eiu in v. Orcann, made on the Hill
day of "ember, A I) 1W, to well either at pililtc
or Dilvtn sale the f.illowliiK described real
nrimnrtv bolonuinu lo sttid cslHto:
Itruliiiilnti at a nolnt til nds wp-I, of the south
east comer ol the I'. L.C. of Win. Mutlook in
township 2 s nub, range 2 east of the n illmn tte
MiTiiliiLii. sltuiili'd In the county of Claikiinias.
state of Oreiioii, and riinninv thence westerly on
the Hon til boiimlary Hue or sul.l 11. L el. inn a
rods: thence northerly and at rlmit angles to last
line St) rods; thence easterly at right angles to
last line 40 inns; iheiiceMiuilieily at right angle
lo last line. ID r. ds: thence westerly at right
ugies to last hue, IK roils: thence southerly 4
roils to the place ot l tunning.
Also beulnnliia In the south lino of Win Mat-
loi k l. L C. where the same Intersects the center
line of the Oreii n & 0 iliroriila Hal I road true
rouoiou thence easterly traciior said II. L. C line
2117 feel: thence south 135 fuel; thence westerly
2i-4 feet to a nolnt In the center line the u. & i
Knllroail truck U'.i'i feet south of the nlnce ol
beginning; thence northerly along the center
line of the t). t:. lUllroad track W'i feet to the
place ol lie-louliiK. save nmi eveept one loiiriu
nere deeded liv H.iiintel sirlleauil wllelo I.IVomiy
refolded on pag" 21.1 of book o, re ords ol deed
of fliiclcainnr. county.
Also lots 1 anil 2 of block live of Mar-lillel i
now Chickiiiinu, as shown by the recorded plats
Therefore, bv vir'ii'i of s.ill order of sal
ronit. 1, the nid executor ol the Inst will am:
lesliiinent.fi e said gunnel Slrlio, d, c 'as
will from and lifter llie "ill day ol Heeeiiiln
A. II. IM7. nroeeed to sell at private sale, the
nbove uV'MTibed real nvo'KVly helollgClil lo 'til l
eniiile as sbov.'deserliied. bids for sumo will be
.received bv Ihe lxeii,ior at his reMdciiec in
Cl.tckunuts, or lv the uuorney (o. suit! Kxocuior,
Lester I'. smilli. ut Ills iilliee ou Main street, Or
iron i; tv. won,
lulled this 21-t day ol October, A. I , KsT, ut
Oregon thtv, Ureiion,
JOHN T. ST it IT K, Kxeculor.
I.KVTFU I'. SMITH, Attorney lor e.slale.
NO I ICE 0 SlIERIEE'S SALE.
PlltSi'ANT TO AN KXWU'iTUN ISSUHI)
out of Ihe rirciilU'ollr! of the Slide of tlregnii,
lor t:lui'kiiiuas t'oniy, ol dale Noveiober Dili, Is!i7,
upou a decree of ion-closure duly r. niiered in
said t'ourton November '.Mh, 1 S'.i7, ill the case of
The Alliance Truit t)ompan, I.d.. lalnti'r. vs.
I., l'lielps, II. S. l'hclps. Nellie K. Slllllll, It. C.
Smilli, Kuiinie S,iiins, William Miuires, Addle
Smlih, John Smilli, Venlle Hews, John Hews,
U. II. Smilli, as administrator ol the estate of
John Uiow. deceased, and Kotln liild Brothers, a
corporal ion, dcteiidnnts, In favor of the plalulltl
and against Hie defendants, I will, at U o clock
in the forenoon on the lKtli day of liecen.bcr,
so7, th front doom' tliecmrtoouso In Oregon
Cilv, Oregon, sell at puldie iiiicuon lo the highest
bidder lor cash In hand ihe premises in said
decree ol foreclosure deaorihed, ncinv situate In
I'l.ickaniai t'ounlv. Slate of Oreiren. to-wil:
llculuiilug ill a point six (i) chains and 11 fly (.'all
links nnrih anil twelve(12icliains and sUlyuloe
(,il) links east ol tile a uthwest i orio r of seel Ion
tvveniy llin e i'JIl) in township three (11) south of
lauge 1hrce(:ijcit of theWillauiette.Meri.lian.riin-
nlnu tin north 111 T (Ml) chains, thence north
sixty six degrees iiiii' ) thirty minutes (ill)') wesl
lifle'en (lo) ehiilns and tlily (.si) links, thence
north lllty one ilegrecs (M) west lifiy-nine (Ml)
chains aiid twelve (12) links, thence west eight
(S) chains ami seyeiuv-llnee i7ll) links, thence
south one hundred and fourteen (III) chains,
thence east (IHi chains ami tlity (ill) links, Ihcucc
norm twenty (20) cliulns ami lillv el. links lo Ihe
Place ol beuliiulug, eouialuiUK I'OO seres more or
less; to sallfy lllc sum ol IN7.2li Willi interest
from ruivcuihor mil, Iwi7. at the rale of 10 per
cent per Milium, and f lV.'fv lie with interest (mm
sumo date mi percent per annum, and voli.Hl)
as iiiiorncvs' lees; uiih mien i men name dale
at s per cent per annum; uji i, I oiled Males
gold coin, and the ei sis end dloii-emenls ol
sold soil, Inxed at pel ..e. mid lliu t.usta o( ami
1 1 1 : i said writ.
il. W. iiilACB,
slierllT- r I'luck imas County, Or.
liateil, November lull, ISH7.
Ooque feather brasa, Miss Goldsmith.
For best groceries at cheapest price go
Justice court blanks 15 cents per dozen
at Courier office.
The cheapest and best line of crockery
in Portland is at Haine's Tea Store, 288
Fine new line of umbrellas and canes
at Burmeisters & Andresens's Jewelry
Inspect those adjustable window
screens at Beiiomy is uusen s. iney
are certain', y the right thing.
Furniture upholstered and repaired at
the Oregon City Auction .
Customers can leave orders for bottled
beer, porter, steam beer or keg beer at
Knapp's Bismark saloon. John G. Wil
helm, pioprietor Sellwood brewery.
Get your picture frames made at the
the Oregon City Auction House at very
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Q. A. Harding's drua store.
For- the best shave or hair cut to
be had go to P.G.Shark'sshop. Shaving
Dr. W. Wallens is now associated
with Dr. J. W. Welch, dentist, in Wil
The most reliable goods at lowest
living cash prices are kept by the grocery
store of Marr & Muir.
With a little cost one's rooms can be
made as good and blight as new Call
at llolman's and see styles and pattern
all up-to-dato 18D7 goods. Seventh
street, near bridge.
L. L. Pickens, dentist, does all kinds
of dental work. Gold crowns, porcelain
crowns Hnd bridge work a specialty.
OlbYe in Barclay building, orner Alain
and Seventh streets.
Before furnishing your house call at
Young's second hand store and he will
fit you out for less than one-quarter of
what new goods would cost.
0. F. HENNINGS has
purchased the Seventh
Street Bakery of Ja
cob Kober and the new
management is pre
pared to furninh you
with Bread, Cakes,
Buns, Etc., at very
C. F. HENNINGS, 7th St. Bakery
Bank of Oregon City.
OI.DRST BANKING HOUSB IN THE CITY
Paid Up Capital, $50,000.
resident, - - - Chas. H. Cauflied
Vice-president - Gko. A. Harding
Cashier, .... E. G. Caopield
K General Banking Business Transacted
Deposits Received 8ubect to Check.
Approved Bills and Notes Discounted.
County and City Warrants Bought.
Loans Made on Available Security
Exchange Bought and Sold.
Collections Made Promptly.
Drafts Sold Available In Any Part of the
Beat the World!
J. Phillips, Proprietor
Goods Called For and Delivered
Steam Dyeing & Cleaning Works
LADIES' AND GENTLEMENS' CLOTHING
CLEANED DYED AND REPAIRED
IN BEST POSSIBLE MANNER
Oifice, Foot Morrison Street, - - Portland, Or.
"Works at Mechanics' Pavilion,. 325 Second St.
Telegraphic Exchange Sold on Portland, San
Francisco, Chicago and New York.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Galvanized Tubs, 60, 75 and 90c.
House Brooms, 15, 17, 20, 25 and 30c.
Toilet Paper, 8 for 25c.
Tooth Picks, 6c.
Black Boards, 35. 50c and $1.
Hand Lamps, 20,25, 30, 35, 40,45, oOc.
China lea Pots, small size. 17c.
L. A. PATTERSON & CO...
1 Oregon City Oregon (((
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OK KG ON,
On the Street between the Bridge and the
Double anil Mingle rigs aud saddle horse a
ways on hand at the lowest rates, and a or rre
also connected with the barn for loose stock
Any Information regarding any kind of stock
promptly attended to by letter or person.
HORSES ROOOHT OR SOLD
I-G. H. BESTOW & CO.
DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDING
LOWEST CASH PEICES EVEB OFFERED FOR FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Shop Opposite Conirreiratlonal Church, Main Street, Oregon City, Ore.
for CHOICE CUTS and TENDER MEATS go to
RECK&RB FETC!LS CASH
Seventh Street, Corner of Center, on the Hill.
Main St., Opposite Caufield Block.
Two Shops, - Oreoon City, Orefjon.
J. W. BING & CO.
Importers and Dealers In '
JAPANESE FANCY GOODS
Ladies' and Gent i' Famishing Goods, Etc.
Great Sale this week 1 Oorae and see our prices and bargains.
288 Washington Street, PORTLAND, OREGON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
nillee in Oiegnn City Bunk Block.
Ohkcoh City ( bkoom.
UEt). i. II HIDING,
StaiJard Pat. Msdicinesl
n'.i. t II h til l Window Olass.
PrUKriptiitm .4!i"itel fhimpDuiulf
IMRIMNIl'P ni,l"CK .
C. II. ISOM,
Civil Engineer & Deputy County Surveyor
Will be at Court llouie on each 8,it nrd
ami ou reifulsr nesslon days of
J. W. WELCH,
OiMiisrra P. I)., Okeuom City, Oiie.
The Commercial Bank
OF ORFGO CITY.
Transacts a General Banking Bnaines
Loans made. Bills discounted. Mikes ci
lections. Buys and aell exchange on all poinU
In the United'ftates and Kurope and on Honp
Kong. Deposit 8 received suoioeitocneuK.
Bank open Inn 9 A.M. to i P. M,
D.C. LATOflRKTTK, F. K. DONALD30K
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Mill Teed, Lime, Cement
and Land Plaster.
C.KO. C. Bbownei.i..
.1. U. CAMI'BEM.
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL,
ATTOKN FYS AT LAW.
Orenon City .On-
Winter Shoes I
Kmh Stock of
Depot for HAY and FEED
OF LOW PRICES
Willamette Block, Oregon City
i h'V (.'VHP'
C. N. GREKNMAN,
V tlmir nortli o( l',
Ex press, anil Drayman
Parcels delivered In all parts of llie city.
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
Attorneys at Law,
Commercial, Real Estate and
Probate Law Specialties.
Hood's I'llls tiro jirffoly vi'tfetulilo niul
do nut (iitrgu, pain or nrit. All drug-gtdtH.
(.irit'twn & Ilitllwyer, rrojj.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
KU'tfiint Family Uoonis.
OKKuOS CITY OIIKGOX
, O., have
just rtvt'ived a tiim iuw line of
HEN'S WINTER TANS. Oall
ami ww tlii'in. Wo have ndded
a lirt i'lasn shot'inaktir to our
uHtahliidimont and aro prepared
to do all kinds of rupairintt at
reasonable rates, t t t
Two loorn North tt
STO R Ess
ALL TO BE
Til OS. F. RYAN,
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker.
or Clack am
WANTED TRI'STWORTII Y AND ACTIVE
RPinlemen or Indies to travel for responsible
eslHlilislieil hone In Oreson. Monthly 05 and
expenses, rosillnn steady. Keferenee. Kn
elose self addressed sUniped' envelope. The
Dominion Cumptny, Dept. Y.Cltleago.
Money to Loan. Alnlraets of Title Made.
Drawing of U-xal DiKiuinei.is a feudally
Olllee on east side of Muln street
Helween 8lh anil 7lh.
WANTED-TRI'STWORTII Y AND ACTIVE
" nenllemm or ladles to trarl for responsitil,
eslablialied house in Orecon. Monthly t6!M and
expense!. Tosition steady. Reference. Knclos
si'lf-sddressed stamtwd envelop. The Dominion
Company, Dept. Y, Chicago.
OREGON CITY AUCTION HOUSE
jTProduc6 Taken in Exchange.
t"Oome in and see our prices before
WANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIVE
pontlemen or lailiea to travel fur responsible,
estnbllslieil house In Oregon. Mifnlhly I5 and
expenses. Position steady. Reference. Enclose
self-addressed stamped envelope. The Dominion
Company, Dept. Y, Chicago,
A Good School. Attention is called
to an advertisement, in another column,
of the Holmes English and Business
College, of Portland, Oregon. Thia
institution has probably educated more
young men and women for business,
and found them employment, than all
the schools of that kind in the North
west. Miss Holmes, in addition to be
ing assisted by an able corps of Bis
teachers, gives her entire time to the
up building of the school and everything
that can add to the students advance
ment and comfort is provided. The
school maintains six departments,
namely : Three years course in English
branches, a course in book keeping,
penmanship, shorthand, typewriting
and telegraphy. The Holmes college
is a Christian institution and has at
heart not only the mental but the moral
and the physical welfare of the students
intrusted to it care. The principal has
given much thought to ihe home life oi
students and is uble to provide safe and
comfortable rooms ut a low cost. The
past years of business depression has
impressed upon the minds of all the
necessity for practical education and
never in the history of the country has
the work of the thorough busines col
lege been so much appreciated as to-day.
Miss Rose Scheeland, of the LaMode
Parlors, 349 Morrison streets, Portland,
between Seventh and Park, has the
finest line of millinery goods kept in
the city. Don't fail to see her elegant
stock when in Portland. It la a veritable
bazar within itself.