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HOW TO FIND GUT.
ill a bottle or common glass wi h
urine and let it stand twenty-four hours ;
a sediment or settling indicates an un
healthy condition of tho kidneys. When
urine stairs linen it isevidenceof kidney
trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate
or pain in the back, is also convincing
proof that the kidne.vs and bladder are
out of order.
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Hoot, the great kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in relieving pain in
in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every part of the urinary passages. It
corrects inability to hold urine and
scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects
following use of liquor, wine or beer,
and overcomes that unpleasant necessity
of being compelled to get up many times
during the night to urinate. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Swamp
Root is soon realized. It stands tho
highest for its wonderful cures of the
most distressing cases. If you need a
medicine you should have the best,
gold by druggists, price fifty cents and
one "dollar. You may have a sample
bottle and pamphlet both scut free by
until, Mention Oregon City Courikr
and send your address to Dr. Kilmer &
Oo.,Binghamton, N". Y. The proprietors
of tins paper guarantee the genuineness
of this offer.
F. C. GADKE,
Plumbing and Tinning,
JuLbtltRof All Kinds
Artistic House Painting
Leave Orden at Ely Bros., on Seventh Street
Oregon City, Orenon.
CHAS. CATTA, Proprietor
OreRon City, Oregon
Pure Milk and Full Measure
given; delivered to any
part of the city.
Try llolton DHlry uikI lie Conduced'
W. II. YOUNG'S
Liverv & Feed Stable
Cor. Main and 4I1 St.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
f!???SJob Printing at the
Thla old one armed apcelnllst, of Ht. Louis,
well known ly hl Ion residence anil mie
eessfullv practice In this city, continue to
successfully treat all kinds of clirouio and
FREE TREATMENT '.uZK uX"
BLOOD AND mNIiKW
lllilc ialnis, Tumors. Totters, Kra a nnd
oilier luipiirllli-s of Ilia IiIimhI llmrouitlily
Nitilli'titi'tl, bmvliiK Hid system lu a uroutf,
pure u lid limit liful state
DTJrTTlUT A TTCIW treated by nn old (Ionium
linbUlUullijlu remedy. This remedy was
onscnied In lr. Keaaeler liy n friend In
Peril 11. It has never lulled.
(11 Tl OflDrO Plooia, Cnncorii. etc., Iron'ed, no
U LU uUllLlJ dllfi'lcncc how Iiiiik aireeled.
KIDNEY AND URINARY COMPLAINTS.
puinliil, dllllcull, Inn irniieiil, milky or l'l V
urlnti. 11 mil irl dlscliarires. carelully treated,
Piles, rheuuisllKiii a. id neuralgia treated by
our new remedies.
Take a olrr liullla at bedtime and urinate
In I lie luil lie, set nslde mid InoK al It In Hie
niornliur. II it is elou.lv. os lias a cloudy set
ttti.it In It, you have aoinu kidney or bladder
IIHTJP WflTlM removed III twenty-four hours
HUD WUnillH-e worms III window at ol
tlee lo toil., icel long".
nnmmiT nmmuct Wo meet, ncmuria everv
DliLnltl UllMo day whom biviiili smells
so Imd It Is dismisiltnr. Tills comes Irom l it'
li.rHi 1.1 en her i li nose or sti.niiicli do and
lie examined. It can be cured before the
tuo.nl liones liecoiues Involved,
VfinXlP MrM ,f u ie troubled wlllinlnht
1UU11U IIIL'H ciiilsM.iiia.csnuusiiiiKiiimiis
plumbs, tmslilulncsa. livers 011 lo siH'lely
alupldncss, despondency, loss of enorny, am
I'lllou and seli-eoiilldenoe, which d inv you
l your uiiiiihood Hud abs"luli'ly unlit jnii
for Kiu.lv. business or luurrlaite- If y..u aie
tlnifc wllieti'd you may know the cause, tin
and he ir ateil.
MIDDLE-AGED MEN :,r;,i,!,!i,.e,n:;,i:
wei.k, iieli'iot backs and kidneys; lirqueiit,
piilnlul iii'liialloii ami sediment In ii'lnei I in
potency or weakness of sexual organs, and
oilier iiiiinlslnkiihlo iiiiii of nervous debility
and I'iciuHiure decHy, Many the of this
dlltleully, litnoraiil. ol III. cause. The moat
uliailnule cases ul this cliaracier treitled.
TjnjW imp diseases. Cl'cet, Oonorrliea, In
fill till U liiiiiiullotu. lMsehai'Ks, HI riot it ret.
Weakness of Organs, byplitlls, llydruuula
Varicocele and kindred U-ouliles treated.
Consultation Free to All.
Ofkiok llouns: From 9 A. M. to
8 P. M. Call or uddross
J. Henri Kessler M. D.
At St. Louis Dispensary,
. 1 1.1 9Jni YAMHILL BTRECT.
Thr Akt Amateur for November is a
strikingly handsome and attractive num
ber. The color plate, "The Grand
mother," by the well-known American
artist, Walter Satterlee, shows us the
head of an old peasant woman. Such a
character study as this will be hailed
with delight by all artstndents. In the
eight pages of practical working designs
are a carved chair back, paper knives to
be executed in pyrography, fern centre
piece and doileys for embroidery, and
many motives for China painting, with
full directions for carrying them out.
In the body of the magazine is an able
article on the work of the late Sir John
Gilbert, by Montague Marks; there is a
long account of the life and woik of
Walter Satterlee, with six illustrations,
all beautifully reproduced. Practical
notes on essential oils, siccatives and
varnishes furrrsh much useful informa
tion to the painter. Color effects in pen
sketching, fiiuire painting, drawing .with
lead pencil, tapestry painting and plans
painting are all "treated of. China
painters have a great treat in store for
them in the illustrated article by the
celebrated teacher, Franz A. Aulish, also
in those bv Mrs. Anna 13. Leonard and
0, E. Brady. 1or "tl10 House," are two
charming 'interiors- library aiu a
moorish smoking room, xhe coior
i scheme and proper furnishing are given
.'...;n, i, ,, n., u'pi.n n,;i,i,o0
vwlu cawi iMf 1110 nmicn o
Page" we have an easy article on draw
ing, with two excellent illustrations.
News of the latest exhibitions, art notes
ceramic hews, etc., are givn. Price 35
cents. (TjiU Art Amateur, 23 Union
SuuAhk, Nkw Yobk.)
THE niCKS 1893 ALM.VNAC AND PAPER.
We are informed that the 1808
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116 pages, is splendidly printed and
illustrated on line book paper, having
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Hicks, it can no longer be denied mat
the publications of Prof. Hicks have be
come a necessity to the family and com
mercial life of tins country. Ills journal,
"Wokd and Wokkb, aside from its
storm, weather and astronomical
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of the a ne. I'o not believe Hearsay ana
reports. See th" Hicks Almanac ana
paper for yourself. You will then know
why they are so popular. They are
educators of the millions, and unrivaled
safeguards to property and human life.
It is matter of simple record that Prof.
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great storms, floods, drouths and torna
does, even the recent terrible drouth
over all the country. The Almanac
alone is 25 cents a copy. The paper is
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Moreover, the paper is sent free to new
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'i no popular price of The Companion,
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The Companion's announcement, which
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Kvt lyliedy Hays No.
Casearels Candv (Jathanic, the most
woiulcritil meilictil discovery of the aire,
olcHsant and refresliini; to the Inste, act
uently and positively on kidnevs, liver
anil bowels, cli ansiiig the entire system,
dispel colds, cure headache, fever,
lialniual ciiiiHiipiilion and biliousness.
l'U-iise buy and liy a box of C- C. C. to-
dav : 10, 25, 5U eenlB. Sold and Kiiaran-
teed to cure by nil di-nis's.
LUATIVE BHOMO QUININE TABLETS
Muvo llii) bowels gently, relieves the I'oiikIi,
cures lliu fevcri-h coiidillnii and lleiuluelic,
iiuikliiK It the liert and uuiekest rcuicily Inr
CiiukIis, C'nl.ls, and l.a (iilppe. Cures lu one
day. No cure, no pay. I'-lcc.
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve.
Tiik Bkst Sai.vk in the world foi Cuts,
Hiiiiai-f, Sores, Uleeis, Salt Uheiim.
Fever Sores, Teller, Clispind
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
KrupliuiiH, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay mpmed. It is niiiiiiiiitee.l lo
(live pel feel naliHlaeliun or money re
lindeil l'liie '.'5 eel, IS tlbi. For
sale bv CI1111 111:111 & Co.
WASTKH-I'hM'HTWOKTIIY AND ACTIVE
Itenllpineiior Indies lo travel for respniisllile,
csliiMli-lit'.l luiiisu in dr. u'nll. M 011 1 III y t?i and
esieiiM'S. Position slesdv. Itefercnee. Kiu-Ium'
si ll itildr. skciI slumped envelope. Tin liniiihiLm
leinpsiiy, lii-.t. Y, ( liicsao.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONf DAY
T.ikii I.hxhiIvc llioino IJiilnlne Taldi Is. All
iniul.-lfc refiiml theinoiiey if It (nils In cure. J.ic I
A lot in t.ludstono for $00 cash; op-j
posite building foi merly used 11a a depot !
and waiting room at junction of tracks
lniUi e ut Col i.iKii ollice.
I.Ike biliousness, dysiiepskt, liettdaclie, constl
IKitlnii. sour stomach, Indigestion are promptly
cured by Hood's rills. They do llielf work
easily nnd tlionmghly.
Host Hfter dliinor pills,
snoeuts. All drmrglsts.
IP i 1 1 S
1 I'reiwred by C. I. HikhI & Co., Lowell, Mass.
The only Pill to tuke w itli Hood's Sursapurilla.
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract & Trust Co.
Mariah McGarvey to Flora E Critten
den, 10 a in H Johnson claim, (deed of
correction) ; $1. .
F E and C M Crittenden to Mariah
McGarvey, 10 acres in II Johnson
claim ; $1.
Wm and L M Stevenson to James New
land, tract in sec 4 2 s, 2 e ; $:'5.
Phebs Gilber (by admr) toJ Newland,
32 a in sec 6, 2 s, 2 e ; $lJ30.
W II Bucker 'by slier) to Mary J
Robinson, lots 11, 12, 13 and 14, blk 33
1st add Oswego ; $50.
Frank It Wright to J II Wright, e 4
of bw l4t sec 32, 4 s, 2 e; $1.
J W Hill to B Wester Morris, ne M,
sec 34, 7 s, 3e;$00l!.
Mary A Perry to David Mansfield,
lots 3 and s rj of 2, blk 7, Apperson's
add Paik Place; $300.
David Mansfield to Mary M Purcell.
lot 3 and s of 2, block 7. Apperson's
add park place ; $10 ).
K Goucher to Elmer Cooper, one
third of nw of sw sec 9, t4 s, r 1
United States to Wm Meman, so ,
sec 26, 4 s, 4 e ; patent.
Sunset Ld Co to Hannah M Chancey,
fractioim. Joisanu , at, bunset
Francis Spoor to D C Latotirette,
lie 14 of tlw lot 1, sec 30, 5 s, 3 e ; $1.
Gladstone K E Assn to W II Kelly,
lots 11 fittd 12, blk 57 Gladstone; $2ob
Chas II Moll to Efiie B Holl, 61 acres
in D Moll claim $5.
J Eiuwl to Frank Sweitzer, 14.72 acres,
(ieo V llolcomba to A E and Royal B
Holcomb, 32 acres and another tract in
Isom CrantteW claim ; $8,im0.
EF Riley to Ottis Hlancey, sw
sec 11, 3 s, 1 w; $1.
Robt J Bentel to Mary A Lazelle, 7
a in M Brown claim ; $50.
U 8 to O Harris, 8 )4 of nw and n
of sw )i , sec 30 2 s, 6 e ; patent.
Holm Wetxler to A C Wetzler, sw M
of se sec 29, 2 s. 3 e, and zb acres
in Geo Crow claim ; $lldU.
F T Barlow to Annie Michael, lot 2
hlk 30. OreeonCitv; $500.
Wra Wadhams to 0 E Ladd, n of
tract 31. Pruneland ; .
J R Abbott to John Weismandel lots
1, 2 and 3, sec 15, 4 s, 1 e; $1100.
J U Fehler to E Dodge, 30 acres in
Chas Waller claim : 70.
Marv Rvan to M J Bmitn, lots 6 ana
East Portland, and 25 acres in sw corner
nf sec 33. Id. 2 e; $0,236.
J N Machette to Geo S Batty & Co
tracts 57 and 58 Pruneland ; flOtiO.
M J Rings to J W Smith, 12)$ acres in
w M of nw )i of nw sec 2b, 4 a, 1 e
R Confer to TF Ryan, M in lots 1 to
6 and 9 to 16, blk 7, Oswego, and 50 acres
in S J Trvon claim ; $700.
M 0 Hiddleson to Wm D Hiddleson
lots 1, 2, 2, 4. and ne of sw M, and H
acres and Roadway sec 34, 2 s, 2 e; ifi
Louis Rothacher to T W Foster, 89.41
acres in John Foster claim, 2 s, 4 e; $1
C W Bayes to J Bell, the 0 W Bryant
claim, 2 s, 1 e; $30(10.
J W Marsh to J W Cox, lots 2, 3, 4, 5
fi. and e K of sw V,, sec 30. 4 s. 2 e ; $')00
11 0 Allen to Ella Schwing, lots 5 and
fi. Ii k 2. Windsor: J2.94.
O K Shannon to Rosa E Shannon, blk
R4. Shannon's add: 200. .
E Mclntvre to Frank Strickott, 21
acres in sec 35, 1 s, 2 e ; $400.
By the kindness of the publisher 0
this paper I am permitted to appeal t
the krenerously inclined in behalf of th
Good SKinaritaui hospital, Fori land.
in a. nro'estant institution, bupp nod al
must wholly bv charity, and its doors
are open to all without reieMiiee 1 1 sex.
creed or nativity ; people of many
nationalities and of vuiiuus creed yearly
avail themselves of its benefits.
Gifts of any description are gratefully
received. We therefore hen to solicit
fruits, vegetables, poiutnes and produce
of everv kind ; alsuoUl linen for ba tillages
and anything which I lie exigencies of a
hospital would suggest.
Your donation may be brought to the
church Tyanksgiving Day and on any
day before, or they may lie left, t
any of the following stores: Messrs.
Grace & Co., Ely, V. Harris or Stokes,
Canemah. Transportation lines will
deliver them at the hospital free of
An nfTViint,' ill be taken in St. Paul's
church Thanksgiving morning for the
hospital; also at the chapel in Canemah
We have had a bountiful harvest.
Let not fullness lead to loigetiulness.
We shall please God by iraniforining
the praise we feel into kindness and
benelactions which others shall enjoy.
"O hiolhcr man, fold to thy heart thy brother
Where pity dwells the love of lioil Is there;
To worship rlKlitlv Isto love each oilier,
Kacli smile a h in u.cseli kindly dcud aproyer.'
Wm. D. Williams,
of St. Paul's Episcopal church.
llmlli ti n
We have received a line ot silver plated
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The quality is a I extra coin silvor plate
1487 Wm A. Roger. We solicit you to
Inspect the same at the store of I Seilino
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to Ihetxhle. Sold l y I'miik"
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live celllr' H ll'illlrt. 1 1- VHllie In
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ily 'lht weie wisliipeil iif limi: eh"l.
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i ry. 1'or roiiniiilioii. emujlia ro'ils mid
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li led fur n ipiitrter of u ceiitniy and i
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i i)r prjji s Crecro bakirz Powder
mi n.'o MK.in. ei ?m rruca.
GIV8 THK CHOICE OF
ROUT El S
LOW BATES TO ALL
LEAVE PORTLAND EVERY 5
For foil details call on or addresf
W. H. HURLBTJRT,
Qen'l Pass. Agent,
Trains arrive and depart from Portland
LeHve for ihoEnst via Huntington daily,9:00 p.m.
Arrive from Fust " " " 7:H0p. m.
I.e.ive for the Et via Spokane dully. 2;lW p.m.
Arrive from East " " " 12:60p.m.
Stenmirs monthly from Portlund to Yokohoma
and Hong Kong; via The Korlhern PaclliO;
Steamship Co., in connection with 0. K.& N.
For further in furmat ion call on 0. R.
&N. Aiient, F. E. DONALDSON, Ore tin.
EAST AND SOUTH
The Shasta Route
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
ExpressTralnt Leave Portland Daily.
6 00 p.m. I I,v I'ortlinid Ar 9:ill)A.K
11:52 p. M. I I-v OreEon City ' l.v 8:40a. k
7:4..M. Ar San Krancisco Lv 8:00 P. M
The above trains stop al all stations betweor
Portland and 8alem, Turner. Marion, .letter.
I son. Allianv, Tanireiit, Kliedds, Htilsey, ilarris-
biinr, Junction :lty, Irving. Euijene, Crevell,
CoUHge (irove, I irtil us. ' auil all siatluns inim
It oBc burg to Ashland, inclusive.
UOSEBURO MAIL DAILY.
S:0a.m. pLv I'orllniiil - Ar4:S0P.ll
9:27. m. Lt Oregon Cily l.v I :Wt p.m
5:20 P. M. I Ar Roseburg l.v I 7: 0 t. H
PININfi OARS ON OUI'EN KOt'TE.
PULLMAN HUPWr &Lt.RKR8
SECOND-CLASS SLEEPING CARS'
Attached to all Ttiroupli Trains.
WchI SI, I.' JMvlsiini,
! lttnevli I'OliTl AMI mill ( (II: VAI.I.JS
i MAI1.TKAIN UAll.V I KXCKI. SUNDAY.)
! 7:80 A.M. I l.v I'ortlfliid Ar!5:60P,M
j 12:15 J'. M. I Ar rorvullii. l.v 1 1:06 P. M
I t Allianv and 'iori'nlils ''onnflct with train
i of On go:i Central & Eastern R. K.
gtl'KESS TRAIN IIAII.VIEXCEI'ISDNDAV.)
I 4 NIP. M.
I 7 ill) P. M
I 8. oOP. M.
Mi-M inn vllle
Ar 8:25 A. Jl
Lv 6:Wi A.M
Lv 4:50 A.M
IHreet c.inlit eiUm at Ssn FranciKCO wllb
Oeoldenlal anu Uriculnl and Padtlo Wail
sieiimship Lilies for J AN ANU CHINA.
S.iiling dates on applic .thin.
Rales mid tickets to eastern points and
Kurope also .IaPaN, CHINA, HONOLULU
and AUSTRALIA, cuii be oliluiued from
l;. 10. ll'JVIi, A cent, Oregon City
R. KOKHLfK. C. II. MAKKHAM,
r .v P. Agent
(K-O IE A ST
Keen I c Line.
TIIK AI.'-RAIL KOUTR
K001ENA1 MlNIXU DISTRICT
SEATTLE AMI SPOKAKK.
Shortest and Quickest Route
C 1! 3 X 10
A Nil ALL POINTS KAST.
TltriMih I'lilme null Tn'irint Sleepert,
lii a I in iiml l.ilirnrij tibumation
"t li VM 1C AM) t I
M KY lM-:yi'ALED
In form i t u cull on or
!"..r th-ki'ts mid full
ailuriss A. P
' I'. ,t ' . A 1 1 i lli iio, Oregou
Mt.Yrs ti. . P. A.t Seattle.
NEW PISCriVERY. NEVEH FAILS.
A new. reliscle end safe relief for
suppressed, eif-ismi''. srunty or paiu
fnl menstrilHi ion. Now um1 by over
UO.OIIO I.APlts. lnslirorales these
organs, bt AilK or UANUKKOrs IM-
Itations. i"i isir l-ox, small bos U.
rsiwid in phiiu wisj.lr. tjonii ,f la
sIhtiiiis lor f.ii Llculiira. PhrrLIl
UttilOiL AStill. CUicago, UL
Ih'iCON I II Y "I RA fv Ft hT ATlCN CO 'S
Will Uake Dully Trips Iielwecn
OREGON CITY o PORTLAND
LmVii.' Po.lllll f r rnli:lil alia '
I ill l,ili i : 1 1 .
. mid Oregon
..uywl il. I
. 1 1 p. ul.