rv Library ; 16th YEAR. OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1897. NO. 28. ! OREGON CITY COURIER. ! - ' . tvfi , A PHOTOGRAPHS... r First-Class Work Only ...THE LEADING MAIN STREET, NEAR COURT L ""jrrU Furs! Furs! MOST STYLISH FURS AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES AT... S- SILVERFIELDafc- Leading Furrier 143 Third Street... PORTLAND Not How High But how low can we make the price, is the question we ask ourselves when marking our goods for sale. That's what makes ours an ever-paneling business, it's a potent advertiser; it tells the story through the purse in thousands of homes, only to be retold in countless others by appreciative money savers. CHARM AN & Dealers in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HATS, CAPS, FURNISHING GOODS and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Call at the PlCNEER STORE OF CilARMAN Si SON before buying elsewhere. T I The Okrmama Makket Is the cheapest to buy t FIRST-CLASS FRESH MEATS Seventh Street, Paul J. Scuolz, BEE - jE INAUGURATE SATURDAY, NOVEM BER 13th at rattling sale of over u! VJ THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS' WORTH of samples bought from one of New Yoik's largest jobbing 1joiic . We' b iight these goods at 50 cents on thedollar and our customers can rely on getting some of the BEST BARGAINS! We have ever offered them. The line consists in part of the following : Ladies', Gents' and Children's Underwear, Fascinators, Knit Hoods and Shawls, Ladies', Gents' and Childrens' Hose, Ladies', Gents' and Children's Silk and Woolen Kittens and Gloves. In lact, it is a metropolitan line and must be hustled off in short order. Special prices made in our shoe department during the sale. BEE - U! CaufielJ Mock Soft and Warm Bed la " i treat to our care-worn r- . A good bed may help ua . r a bad cold quick and so . xtend our life. You owe it to yourself and family to pay a little attention to this important fact. Our heavy blankets for $2 a piece would make a suitable ( hristmas present. A large rug, 2)x5 feet, in front of the bed, is a good match. You will do well to inspect our mammoth stock complete in all lines we carry. e s? ft ft e 3 CALL and SEE SAMPLES PHOTOGRAPHER... HOUSE, OREGON CITY, OREGON Furs ! SON, place in the citv t t t t Near Depot, Oregon City. Prop. t t t ' t HIVE HIVE. Oregon City, Or 7 Satisfaction w. Guaranteed ( JOREGON CIRCUIT COURT. The case of Cassius U Barlow for emt bezrflement occupied nearly all of laa-1 week and was decided on Saturday morn-1 ing in favor of Barlow by the jury. I Ohas Thompson plead guilty of steal- j ing a nuue from Mrs I! A Muecke of Aurora and was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary. j Mrs Gantenbein va 0 C Mfg Oo, dis missed, settled out of court Oregon City vs Mrs Paquet, city en joined from collecting lt'J3.4S costs. Court adjourned on Saturday till Jan uary 12th. The judge will dispose of a few cases December 20th The trial of E E Martin for forgery wfts set for April term of court. The following cases were Bet for Janu ary session C Pfyffer, for practicing medicine without a license ; Troy, for an unnatural crime ; Thielnianns, for selling liquor without a license; U W Stricklin, for assault will a dangerous weapon, and Charles Lescor's second trial, for shooting a man at Olackamaa The appeal to the circuit court in the matter of R N Bradley, was reversed by Judge McBrlde. The matter in dispute was a $; tine.taxel against Unidley, who was a militiaman, by the court of discipline tf Company F. He refused to pay and Justice Schuebel committed him to jail, from which he was released on habeas corpus by Judge Hayes. He will now have to pay or serve his sentence. Ll W Howard vs M Reinstein, judg ment for $61.44 and costs of $55. W A Hedges vsE Parker, confirmation of saie. Laura M Welch et al vs J N Howiett, confirmation of sale. C W Porter vs Fred Bluhm, confir mation of sale. John Young vs Mary Young, divorce on grounds of desertion Geo-Mock, adm, vs M 0 and YSGard, judgment lor $04.55 and sale of 2 acres in Hsher D LU ordered. 1 0 V Vonderohe vs Win Shirley et als, confirmation of sale. ' A E Latourette, trustee, vs Josephua Thompkina et al, judgment for $20.44, $100 attorney fees and costs and sale of b'4 acres in Thompkins D L C ordered. W S Ford vs Cora J iiibbs et als, re port of referees on division of prop erty confirmed. Maggie F Risdon vs Wm. Ris Ion, di vorce 111 ground of cruel treatment. Maude M Hamilton vs VV R Hamilton, divorce on ground of des rtion. J H Moody vs Co, judgment for $32.85 and costs of $21.50. Minnie McKean vs Jennie Melcher, judgment for $(lti0 and costs and sale of 320 acres in sees 29, 30, 31,32, tp 2 s, r 1 e, ordered sold. Joseph Muindl vs A W Schwan, judg ment for $(.)0.f5 ami costs and lots li and 12 of block 15 in Willumet.e Falls ordered sold. ... . T LOharnian et al'vs' Paul J Scholtz.de fondant allowed lol slaughter two cattle pei- week. School Land Bo ird vs W T Barney e als confirmation of sale for $7V;i. A E Latourette, ex, vs li P Elliot etals, judgment for $1080, $150 attorney fees and costs and sale of lot 3 ami 4 of block 45 of Co add to Oregon City ordered. M 0 Georg va Kenworthy, judgment for $712.25, $75 attorney fees and costs and sale of ID acres in sec 2'J, tp 1 8, r4 e, ordered. F E Kellogg vs E A Smith et als.riedd set a i.Ie and sale ordered of 45 acres in e c 17. tp o s, r 2 e. J P Ludlam vs E W Paget et als, judgment for $383.87 and costs an d sale of 24 1 acres in sec 3(l,t 1 s, r 5 e -ordure' State v tay, Witness W. Pruden e released. Stratum et al va Oregon Cityetal, defendant's answer overrule I and" nlain tiff given till January tilth to reply. J SKirkley vs Vina Kirkley, divorce. Gracie D McComb appointed admin istrator of estate Jacob S VleOomb, who was killed on ihe west side by recent breakwater accident. The estate valued at about f.'iO.i. Mary Story appninte 1 administratrix, of estate of George Huroovich, another victim of the west side accident, value of property is $100. Court permitted Airs. Gracie McComb to accept $2000 from Portland General Electric Co in full for damages covered by death of her hiiBband. Probate Hatters. The will of S.tmuel Shejiharl, of Arthur's prairie, whodied at Moquaketa 1.1., November 7, was filed Saturday. The estate consists of money and certifi cates of deposit of the value of $12,00 1, and the bequests are as follows : To his Ron, Walter S., $2000; to his dauuhter, Mrs. Sarah Gray, tl'UO ; to the son. the Rev. Samuel, of Moquaketa, la., $8 0; to the daughter. .Mrs. Jano Forsliay, $800; to the Oegnn Home Missionary Society (Congregational!, $35 0; to the Congregational Home M-ssiun Society, $100 1; to the American b ard of c uii inissioncrs for foreign missions, $50 ; to the Baby Home, Portland. $VI0 ; to the Ladies' Relief S ciety, Portland, for the Home, $500. The sons, John, George and William, had been provided for be fore the dale of the will, which was December 5, 1805. Jlivid B. Gray of lortland and A. Mather of Clackamas are named as executors of the will without bond. A Cievir Trick. It certainly lo 4m like it, hot there Is really 111 iriok hIm hi 11. An body chii try it h ban Laiee Buck mimI Weak Kidney" Malaiia or m rv hh iroubU. rtf mean In run cure hine-clf light Hway by lakum Klectrn: Ibtter. 'lid. tneilieii.e lone" up the le le t-VHlem, uelH km m Htimulaiil in the Liver il'el Kid 1 1 y-i, ixM hi..' d pnnlier hihI uere t mic Iti-ureM f'niiHt pat it ill , lleai'tt'le-, Fninl bitf Spe'U, Slefp'eMiieH. a id MelH-i I'holv, Ic ix pmelv veetHble,H mild laxstive. and renioreM me t-yitj to n iiuiuial vmor. Try Ehc rie P.iiierg And lie ei.iv;iMT,t that they Hre a miracle i rker Kv-tv onttle gmrn nt rd. Oidv 5th; lioltleHt CtiarniaiK'ii C 1.'-diugstore OASTOniA. REALTY TRANSFERS. Furnished Every Week by Clacka mas Abstract & Trust Co. Eben Mclntyre to Frank Strickrett, 2 tracts hi sec 35, 1 s, 2 e ; $400. John Bayse to 0 T Tooze, 71 acres in J R Shaw claim ; $l'i00. P G E Co to Baptist church, 11 acres in D Burns claim ; $1. F G Porter to Uolton Ld Co, parts lota 2, 7 and 8, Bolton ; $1. H S Gibson to Jas Gibson, jr, ne of ne l4, sec 84. 3 s, 4 e;$750. Wm Bnnow to Mrs S E Andrews, nlv Jlotl, blk 14, Barlow; $tio. U 8 to Jas Parker, 8 of bw J-4', lots 3 and 4, sec IS, 1 8, 0 e; patent. U 8 to A Parker, se sec 18, 1 s, C e ; patent. Windsor Ld Co to Alice Olds, lots 1, 2,3,4, blk -A," Windsor; $200 John Town.-end to Lizzie Townsend, lots 1, 2, blk, 2, Parker Hill add; $50. R Livingstone to Mary Willard, 25 a Hecter Campbell claim ; $1250 John Wright to Mary E Wright, w J-4 of sw l4, sec 32. 4 8, 3 e; $1. Ben Bachman to Win Chenyworth, 160 acs in I M HoHer claim ; $300. . A L Parker to U S, 8e sec 18, 1 a, C e; valuable. P H Miirlay to Wm Pauhlman, n l of nw M and sw 4 of nw , sec 30, 3 s, 3 e;$l. E Frennett to Lewis Stisnhauser, lota 12, blk 3J, Oswego; $325. U S to P C Jubb, lota 1,2, 3 and 8, sec 24, 3 s, 3 e; patent. 0 & 0 R R Co to Mary Williams, land blk 10, Oregon City; M J Williams to C Hartman, same as lasi; $860. W H Davidson to M E Davidson, 102.67 acr, sees 9 and 10, 6 s, i e; $100 E P Wells to Oorless, J- int in 40 acrs in Delasmutt claim ; $150. Asa O Wells to James Corless, 40 acra in Delasmutt claim ; $150. Teachers' Meeting. The regular monthly meeting of the Clackamas County Teachers' Association will be held a Clackamas next Satmday , November 27th. The following complete p ogram has been prepared : Music Local Talent Song. , ."Battle Hymn of the Republic" Association. "What is Composition Work" Miss Annie Hieeinbotham. "Obligations of School Boards to Ap plicants for Positions as Teachers," Discussed by the association "How Much Geography Should be Taught in the Primary School" .... Prof. H. S. Strange. "Mu8icin the Public School" Prof.'S. E. Hunter. Roll Call Each teacher to respond with an important historical fact not mentioned in our text book. "Suggestions on Teaching 1 urrent . Events" Prof. J. W. Gaav SCHOOL REPORTS. flontlily Reports of School Districts In the County. Report of Oak Grove school, district No. 1)3, for the month ending November 19: Number of pui ils enrolled 36, average daily attendance 31, total number of days present (120, cases of tardiness 3. Those that were present every day with out being tardy during the month were: Eva Graves, Ivy Graves, Ross Eaton, E 111 m a Da m m , G eorge Da m m , Co I u m bu e Cox, Fritz Stear, Emma Stear. The visitors during the month were: Messrs. L. Heni,. Wm. Heniz, Clyde Evans. John Welle, F. Klnigler and Armstrong. Cohvan Fisiihr, Teacher. Redland school report, 2d month : Number days' taught20,attendance 63(1, absence 12, average belonging 32, average daily attendance 32, timeB tardy 13, number of different pupils tardv J. Roll of Honor Maude and William Stone, Mary Kamuscher, Minnie Evans, Cassie, Ora and Fre l H ilcox, Wallace Belshaw, Louis, Dora and Marv Mur dock, Thomas and William Berkey, John and Chaa. Stiebritz, Anna Rich ardson and Lewis Evans. Lonzo Parish of Highland visited our school during this month. Patrons ami others interested in education will bit welcome visitors at our bcIiooI. Ciias. RuTiiKKi'OKD. Teacher. The Great -bt Discovery Yet. W. M. Repine, editor Tiskiiwa, I I. "Ohief nays : "rtHwmi't keep House witlumt Dr, Klllg'H New Discovery lor coimumiiiuui. i-uiiglut tout coIih. Ex' perimeiiieil with mny oilier, tun never g'U, iIih ini remedy mild we r.-ed Dr. King's New DiM-oivi . No other remedy can lake Us place in oil r home, as in it we have a eei iiini and mre cure lor couifhs, ei 1 1-, lioiiiiiiigenu j.i, eic " It IH Idle to expernni in Willi oilier ivim die-, even ii hiey ir.i uige l oil t on a. ju-i bS vf mil h Dr. Ki'iii' New Dim covei v I'ney are nol a- iio..il, bei-HiiHe HiiM reihedi li i-m lecor I .11 ciiima mid b niileM is truarunieed. It never lad to sa'i-ly. I'nal h title ire i ut Co inn in Vt Go. 'm ill IliX hlore A Mir Tliiuif foe Vim. t A irH'iHHi'iinii in k ti ii-ii von cannot. . . I -.a S'lle ll.iini. H I . . , h ' e-H. Hick lie,l scle, furred loiitfje. lever, pil-M 1111.I a It OUMHIld oilier lIU HIV CHIIMelMlV Coll- el I ihi lull mid Hliiifiriidi livir C,l-enre'a Ctndv ('aiiiMril,:, Ihe oinlerlul new iiver MtiiimiHiit hicI in'eiiiial tonic ure liv nil ilru,'i;iiM ifin rnileeil to cur or money leinn lol t'. t! r, re a sure 'loin-. Try a b .x t -d .y; 10c, 25 ', fiOc. Saiiiplea'iil booklet free. All druggim. Weak Nerves iiidh'uiedcficient blooil. Nervous people find rely-f l.y purifying and enriching their blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great nerve tonic. Hood's Pills are the only pills to take with Hood's Sarsup 'rilla. Cure ull liver ills. O-A-STOni-A.. ll to t tt Postal Banks Needsd. At a recent meeting of the Indiana Bankers' Association at Indianapolis Mortimer Levering of Lafayette, recogn ized as one of the best financiers in Indiana, made an address on postal savings bank in which he said : "The government i 'n a position to manage this thing through its present nostoflice system, and will 8 arcely in.srease the expenses of thai ilep 1, tinent, while it will enhance l!io accumulated wealth of the people thn ughout th.j whole United Mates. It wn thought that building and loan uiso i.uions would care for the savings 01 the masses, but people have become auspicious of them. It is well known that lawyers in Indiana are milk ing as iLin li H Ui a vear out of these institutions, and ofh'cers are mak ing much money out. of them. We all know that trust ciuuimiiies are not organized as eleemosynary institutions. We want a system of savings banks that are for tho poor people. What greater pride coul I a man have than ti think himself adepositornf the United StateB?" Schaol FatiJ Aaprt'oitnsnt. Fdlowing ia a partial apportionment of the county school fund made by Superintendent Sun k weather last week. Each district receives $')0 and $3.20 per capita of school children this year. Last year the apportionment was !f50 and $3 per capita. Dlst. Clerk's Name and P. O. Chll. Amt 1 T K A t'itllwood, Milwaukla 13a ? KM 00 S N Blnlr. Hunbard 71 M5 20 5 W A Hedges, Oregon City 134 IcO 80 4 F W UutoliiiiK, I'arkplaee 76 V0 00 A FJ Hiding", Marqutra 65 61! 00 6 T B Donaldson, Needy 43 61 60 7 G J Currln, Curiiiisville 88 105 GO i elms Tracy, Lognn 61 78 20 5 E P Cuppa. Clackamas m 62 40 10 A Engle, MoIhUa 21 25 20 11 AL Larktm, Meadow Brook 46 55 20 12 P E Linn. Leon w 7U 20 13 H Walkley, Salmon 17 20 40 1 Andrew Giaham, Viola 51 , 61 20 15 Henry Hughes, Heaver Crock 88 105 CO 16 J T Drake, Marquam 63 75 C 17 AD Bumetie, Eagle Creek 6i 78 00 H Geo Koehler, Cai.by 71 85 20 111 T G Jonsrud, Kelso 04 76 80 2.1 J J Olbson, Miioksliurg ' lnl lm 20 21 Geurge Speei., Oregon City 42 60 40 22 G H Kobblns. Monitor 29 34 80 23 C K Wagner, W'ilsonvllle 70 84 00 24 W,L B Cornell., Bprlngwater 81 117 20 25 8 M Ranisby, Mnlulla 21 26 20 26 F M Osburn, Damascus 67 ' 08 40 27 N W Richards, Oregon Ulty 87 104 40 28 Dora Thlewvn, Mllwaukle 70 84 00 29 Frank Jugitar, Cams DO Ins CO 50 KstelU UnukcM, I'arkplaee 3o 42 10 31 s 0 Young, Damascus 41 50 40 ii C N Laikiua Cliiiaes 57 08 40 51 G R Miller, Highland - 79- 0120 34 I I) tiiylnr, Oregon City 23 207 60 35 O W Itnbblm M.ilalla U8 117 6a 36 T 8 Stipp, Aldlalla 82 88 40 H7 M l,oi,g, Oswego 811 4ii 80 18 J K Grliilile. Aurora . 56 07 'JO !W J H Forroler, Eagle Crek . 48 57 t.0 40 Win Thuiuignii, Needy' ' M ,. 10S (!0 41 F Poll ku, sin fiord 87 M4 40 42 J W B illy, 1,'herryville 33 no 00 43 W B l.a ion, Oregon City M 112 80 41 J A Richey, Hurlon 40 48 (0 4i E K Andre, Bullruu 81 87 20 4i II B uns, faulty 44 62 0 47 C B Hall, Oswego 242 2U0 40 41 Ueo Howard, Oregun City S53 421 10 40 G II Wise, Milwaiikle 112 134 40 60 II F Gibs . li, Engle Creek 47 66 40 51 John H'lliinmb, Orugou City 66 67 20 5i Then Kiieiinecker, Klrwood 29 84 80 53 p Gabriel, Meadow Brook 16 19 20 61 A M Vinvurd, C'aiiby 40 48 011 55 E C M Her, Molalk 41 4H :0 56 II F Uoylus Wllhuit 15 18 OU 57 J 0 schml.lt, lieorgu 48 67 60 5 K II urn in ott, Highland 46 65 20 59 ' J F Waohtiii.ni, Hubbard 56 67 20 ('0 W L White, Aurora 80 86 1 0 61 J L Vusbiirg. Oregon City 5i 66 10 62 M i s 4 H Mi Cown, Oregon City 1105 13.'6 00 63 II Waldron, New Era . 58 69 60 61 E P DudiiiKU, Clackamas 115 134 00 65 11 J ThouiHK, A ilhult 42 64 40 60 A lnlph A.icll'iir, Marmot 48 bl 00 67 li Merholt. St-.flord 42 50 40 61 J A English, Currlnsvlllo 42 fO 40 69 B C Lcliiiid, Nw Era 82 38 40 70 W V Myers Oregon City 24 28 80 71 b E JoliiiMin buiin.vsido 80 103 VO 72 W E Bnniiey Cultou- 44 62 tO 71 Uio II llinwii Nea Era 61 73 20 74 'J MJ ariiBWi. th Needy f,4 1,4 10 75 W M Mime lleillniiil 54 114 0 70 A Alii'.erni.ii Monitor 76 M 0(1 77 J V ll:lleiny I'kiiiii.ciu ',7 02 41) 78 O ll'lny or riprlngwater 24 2H 10 79 J J Miller Aurora 16 19 '.0 80 EiiilloiieiiiherUeaverCreek 112 13140 81 L 1' Ilunm Canity 01 75 10 82 All.nh B.ik. r Wilsonvlllo 49 .'Hl 83 Cl-Hgb, Dover 26 31 20 81 F Krlekwin Miillni) to 4;) ;0 85 f 1111,111 Ely 411 48 01) 86 D K iMmlc CUnby fill Oi 87 J II I l.-ii km y, V illn it 20 21 (0 18 H i. llulliiiHii, Leon 16 19 20 89 j e llurileniii.v, llurlon 83 39 (t 90 J T Kvaila, .Mllllno 83 89 60 91 ll KhiiA'hinii, Needy 84 40 80 92 I. II Vmler, Si edy 4.1 54 (K) '.it O II Wrlunt, Liberal 41 49 2(1 91 C W Itichey, Logan 87 4 1 40 95 J T Grace, (.larks 87 44 40 96 N Christen li, New Era 39 46 Kl 97 Will Hiiuer, Harlow 40 48 00 98 1 V Triilluiger, t'nloii Mills 22 20 40 99 II C Clrli h. U'lits 6s 6.1 m I'M) A I' I imIiI, Mherwood lit lit 40 Ull Mrs Miiry Manning, Clarkus 84 I 40 80 102 E W P.ilne, .Miilluo 80 1X1 00 103 A V Davis, Mariiiam 11 16 Wi 101 CC Miller, Leon 13 15 00 lo'i Olio Olson, Oregon City Ml 104 oo IM Mrs M L Wllmul, Fulton 48 61 60 JOINT HII.TKUT4. 6 i () Jul" , Orient ' 47-U1 M 40 111 1 I, Knme, rliill'ird 34-19 40 Ml 15 Jim Olson, sycamore 29-54 31 80 23 I. en 8111IU1, Aurora 2-85 2 40 in a n iiciiry, I iihimiiii ji-ib 1.1 ai 30 W F Young, Hlierwood 21 12 'H so i 84 iH llofl'maii.shcrwiHn 20 17 24 00 1 63 II Vt'skuMd, A'ms 21-4 25 20 ! 57 E A M i:oue, Bullevllle IV.i.1 16 fill ,62 It Haycock, Hiiltorlllu 8915 46 WI j 70 I'. Cnle. VVIII.blirg 30-10 Hi Ott '73 T K Miles, Heat s Mills 16-116 111 21 83 F L Itugg, Grenbam 26 7 HI 20 Royal makes tbe food pure, wholenime and delicious. POWDER Absolutely Pur ROVAIMKINO POWOPII eo NfWVORK. COLTON. Rain and mud.is the order of the day. Mr. Dowell and Mr. Keiton nf P.irt. land wore in this vicinity last week or Dullness. AiisM Lntt.ie Kreiiiiiiin nf l.Ma'Anil I - ....... . - ... 1. V....V, iir Btiiyint? with her ijranduureijta, Mr. ami M .... I,!.. I .... 1: -..1 1 .inn. uia, uiiu ttiieiniiii school Miss Urace liorbett was thettuestoC her sister, Mrs. P. E. Bonney, last Suiiday. Mr. Carlson, who has been in Cali fornia working for the last three months,, returned home this week. Mini NelllH (iiittheru nf fln.imn Hil.p came home on a visit this week. J. Gorbett and eon, Walfer, were in town on business one day last week. Prof. Wilson nave ua a lecture oa health last Wednesday night. E.A.and It. Wright of Slayton were the ue8ta of J. H. Wright last week. U. S. and E 0. Dix made a flying trip to Oregon City last week. Spelling school Filday night waa not very well atiended on account of thej ruin. November 13. Alphonbk. Clackamas Products. Following is the amount of the dif ferent products of Clackamas county aa returned by the assessor: Wheat, bu.... 2:00,0 ;0 $ 140,100 Oats ouu.uOO , Ki5,0lK l-otatoea 500,0 0 00,001) Apploa 175,000 45.0o( I'runes, plums. SO.OO'i 22 00O Hops 11)8..... '1 '01,0 K) 125,00ft Butter..:....; fturfl 0 " ' 75 000) Wool -70,001" 8,000 Hay, tons 3", 0 300,000 Total value If!)70,000 A gentleman went into Uolman' to buy some wall paper lor hia purlor anil looking through the many samples found some patterns that were fine, de cided upon one. "What is the price o that paper?" "cents per double roll." "I'm afraid that ia too cheap." Hut when it was explained how and why it ws sold so cheap, he took the paper and was highly pleased. D.tn Willians has a dried, to his stock of groceries and provisions a full line ot feed and hay. Uoo.Ih delivered to all parts oi the city free. Corner (seventh and Center streets LOCAL SUMMARY. Coque feather brasit, Miss Goldsmith. For best groceries at cheapest price go to Marr A Muir. Justice court blanks 15 cents per dozen at Co ni ne 11 nflico. Fine new line of 11 n'iriilliis and canes at U mn.iistora A An IrcHons's Jewelry store. Inipeet tha adjiHtabN windowr Mcieeua al IJ llo'iiy & Ililscli'd. They ate c ! lain. y 1I11 n'u tiling. Furniture upholstered and repaired at the Oregon City Auction, Customers can leave orders for bottled beer, porter, Htenm beer or keg beer at Knapp'g Itismark saloon John G. Wil lielin, pioprietor Scllwoori brewery. Get your picture frames made at the the Oregon City Auction IIow-o at very prices. I'rom-riiitioiiK carefully ivnii) udeil 1. A. llaruiugV rlriti; store. F01 the best shave or hair cut to lie had go to l'.ij, Shark'sMhop. Shaving 10 cents, Dr W, Wnllei N now asa iiateil with I) . ,f . W. Wlc'l,ileiili-it, 11 Wil laoiette lilnck. The most reliable goods at lowest living ciimIi pricesarekeptby the grocery 'ore of M:irr A Muir. With a little cost one's room can be made us good and bright as new. Call at Hobnail's and see styles and pattern all up-to-date 18.17 goods. (Seventh street, near bridge. I, I,. I'ickeiis, dentiHl, dees all kinds) of dental work, (told cruwnn, porcelain crowns hihI bridge work a specialty. Oll'h-H In Barclay huilriin, comer Main U'nl Hevenlh 'trwts. Ilefore furninbiiig your house call at Young' cecoiiri-haiiil store and he will fit you out for lew than one-quarter of what new goods would cost.