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OREGON CITY COURIER
- By A. W. CHENEY.
Cntercdf n Oregon Oity postorBceassecond-clasH matte
If paidln advance, per .rear 1 f0
Six monti 75
Three munirik' trial 25
The dale ODDnaite votir address on the
gaper dono ea the time to which you time paid
PA.TBINIZB HOME INDUSTRY.
CBEGCK OITY, MAY 6, 1898.
Of Populists, Democrats and Silver
- . Republicans.
For Governor W. R- Kino, of Baker.
For Congress, Flrrt District K. M. Vtoh, of
Kor Secretary of rttite-H. R. Kincao, of I.ane.
Forta Treasurer J. 0. BoorH, of Jo, phlne.
For SnpromeJiidne W. A. Kamsei, of Yamhill.
For Attorney General I. L. Story, of Wasco.
For Suite Printer Ohab. A. rrtt'H, of Claeka-
'"fuV Superlnrfndent of Public Instruction H.
8. Ltman, of Clatsop.
For Judge, Fifth District W. ' D. Ham, of
For District Attorney Geo. Noland, of Clatsop.
For Member of Htate Board of Equalization
W. Baklow, pf Claeluinan.
For Joint Senator. Murlun and Clackamas II.
L. Harklkt, of Marion.
Statu Senator W. H. IJ'RKN, of Jlilwaukle.
RuproKentatiTes GeoKor Oolk, of Molalla;
Okohue Knkiht, of Canby; James Coon, of Ob-
County Jud(?e W.. W. Myers, of Maple Lane.
Sheriff J. J. tUmKb. of Oregon City.;
Olrtrk Elmer Uixok, of Ely. .
Recorder A i.KREi) Uiku.ino of Milwaiikle. .
Treasurei Jacob 8h he, of Oregon Jtljf.
Afses8or Lucenk Moirr, of t'larkes.
hohool Slipt. H. 0. STARKWEATHER, of Mil-
Surveyor A. Tono, of Needy.
coroner Db. M C. Stkicki.a B,nt Oregon City.
County Commissloner-WM. J. Cubin of Our
No. 1. Justice, Clyde Kvans ol Tualatin. Oen
4talile. Frank (Josser olTuaialln.
No. 2. Justice, (no nouiiualion). Constable, ti.
W. Koehleruf 0wet(o
No. 8. usilee, A K. Holcomb of Clackamas.
Conalablp. W. Ij. Johnson of Clackamas.
No. 4. Justice, C. Schueucl of Oregon City.
Consiable. T H.,Lawrenoe ot Or-K'm city.
nii 6. Justice, CI as. N WHite of Canliy. Con
stHble. Joseiib Mmll ol Cnby.
No 7 Justice, V. W. Jesse of Barlow. Con
Stub 0, F. M. Matthews f Bar! w
N0.8 Justice, O.D. Kl,y ot MolaHe. C.mstiible,
Win. Kv rliart of Molalla.
No. Justice, Robt Hchuebel of Corus. Con
atalile, .lohnPaiiieof M11II110 , ,
No. 111. Jusiiee, R. Rtitherlord of Highland.
Constable, J. 1). MyVrsnf Ilnilibiiid.
o. 11. .Iitticf, .1. A. Randolph of Viola.
Constable, Win Kundle of Sprlngwater
No 12 Justice. II. HreitlmiiMt of Damascus.
Coiwtalilo, Win. Htn-kmaii of Damascus.
No. 14. Justice, V Kalh of tieorge. Consiable,
A. D. liurnclt ol George.
Union County Platform.
Resolved', That the P'ojil '" democrat and
allvur republican pirlles of Claekuiuns ciiunly
asinbled in cotiveiiilon, fully and heartily rn
alllrm and endorse the platform of the people's,
dc in oral and silver repulilieaii parties as ad
opted at Portland by tlio recent state couve.11
Resolved. That the nilgriitory system of dis
trict attorney should be snbstltiitecl by each
coutitv hating us own comity attorney, at a
moilcratu salarv, wliOMi duly ilslmll lie to pro
tect all cuuty interests, including all prosecu
tions. Resolved, That we demand such changes in
our laws asaie necessary to provide for precinol
orifaiilnalimi, giving each precinel power In elect
its own assessor, road supervisor, and ull Incut
officer. , , ,
.solved, That we view wl'h alarm the con
Itantlv Increasing expenditure or the co.iiuy
court, and demand more c ireltil and economi
cal administration In thai olflce.
We pledge our candidates In do all In their
powir to amend our law fixing the salary of
eoiintv ollii er in Clackamas enmity so that the
ve.uly 'salaries shall be: Kor sheriff, 10m; county
clers, HUi: recorder, 700; tnasiirer, WaKJ: county
Indue, N"ti! siipcirlntundiMitoi' public instrin tiou,
tM county surveyor, . Tins niiiBiulnieiit to
lie relerred to the voters of Clack iiuhs county
not later Ihan the annual school election In
Maroh, in, to take ell'eet as soon as it is ap
proved bv the majority of those voting.
We are the best political mud tdinger
in this neck of tho woods-Brownell's
I mported editor.
V. X.Sciioti.MAKKK, ot New Jersey was
billed to speak lit Weinliard's luill 011
Monday evening but he arrived late mid
found no crowd mid the leptiblicans do
declared the meet inn off.
Tai.l Timothy UeershowB good judo
ment in refusing to debate political issues
of the day with Will U. King, tho union
candidate for governor. Mr. (jeer's ramb
ling, abusive Bpeeches would not com
pare favorably with his opponent's
John II. Mitciiki.i., Tom Tongue, T.J.
Geor and Charlie Fulton taught the re
publicans of Oregon to believe In the
free coinage of Bilvur, and now pretend
to be surprised because many of these
tame votes won't bow down to the
golden calf of Mark and Mack.
The only genuine, uncompromising
middle ol-lho-road party in tho state o(
Oregon at present is tho big union party.
It is growing and expanding ho rapidly
tjiat it is in fact taking about ull the road.
Tho people are with the union movement
by a big majority. Hoselmrg lteview.
James (.'.. l'daiuo, that greatest of all
republican statesman, said in a speech
in tho senate :
li therefore, silver has been demonetiz
ed, 1 am in f.tvor ol remineti.ing it. If
ils coinage has been pioliibited. I am in
favor ot having it resumed. If it has
been restricted, 1 am in lavor of having
Tun democrats, populists and silver
republicans in congress are right in op
posing the bond provision of tho war
revenue bill. Why issue interest-bearing
bonds until the money in tho tieas.
ury, amounting to over $:,20,000,000, is
used up? Tho war should not bo used as
an excuse for nefarious treasury looting
schemes, and Hcproeuntativu ltailey was
right, when, in opening tho debate in
the house, he declared that his parly
would support tho president in the vigor
i.rosecution of the war, but would
oppose steps which would see in unwise!
and unjust, no urgeu an income tax, a
tax on bank deposits and the coinage of
the soignlorago in the place of a bond issue.
F. L. Poindexter has left the Enter
prise editorial force and joined ihe army.
He says he could not stand the" 'work ''of
the scoundrel politician that runs the
Judge Hewett, who has decided that
the middle-of-the-roaders are the genu
ine populists, is lam self a candidate on
on the republican ticket and therefore a
great worshiper of middle-of-the-roaders.
How small some men can be ! Rose burg
Thb goldites will now see that prices
will be raised by war instead of by free
coinage. Undoubtedly they prefer to
have it brought about by the sacrifice
of life and property than by. the peace
ful methods adopted by the fathers of
the republic and now advocated by bi
In another column appears the report
of the middle-of-the-road populists mass
convention of 14 members in which the
prime mover, framer of pla'form and
chief spokesman was A. J. Kellogg, a
lieutenant of Brownell and Porter. He
is a comparative stranger in these parts
and has heen seen in frequent consulta
tion with Brownell of late
A recent dispatch from Eastern Ore
gon states the wool market is in a very
bad shape, and very unsatisfactory to
the growers. This is rea'ly too bad. It
as thought by a great, many that the
Dingley tariff on wool would enhance
the price on the raw material and re
duce the price of the manufactured pro
duct, but the indications are that the
reverse is the case.
In the senate of the last legislature
Hon. Will R. King introduced the only
resolution memorializing congress in be
half of of the freedom and independence
of Cuba, and asking for intervention by
our government. There were only four
votes against the resolutions these four
being republicans, says the Salem Jour
nal. Had the decisive action advocated
therein been taken there would now be
no occasion for the injunction : "Remem
ber the Maine."
UNION CANDIDATES MEETINGS.
Messes. W. S. U'Ren, J. J. Cooke
and James Coon will speak at the places
and times given on the left of the
column marked "A" and Messrs
W. W, Myers, Geo. Ogle and George
Knight, will speak at the places 11 tit I
times on the right marked "it," Joint
discusei'.ns between U'Ren and Brown
ell are expected at the places marked
"J. 1." All meetings are for 7:30 p. m.
unless otherwise stated. Other candi
dates and sp akers will be with each
party irom nine 10 nine.
Sprlngwater Mav 6 .
Highland Mav 7 ,
t)wego .1. I) Mav !l .
siiiilnrd, Orange Hall Mav 10 .
Wllsmivllle J. I) Mav 11
I 1111 by May 1
Siininslde May 1:1 .
I'aiknlace Mav 14
... Union Hall
. Brown H II
. ... Clackamas
.. Made Ijine
Needy . .
Maniuain J. D .
May 1 .. Damascus
May 17 Saudv
Heaver Lake Sch'l II May IS Cherryville
molalla, j. v.,i p. m., May 1!) . Eagle Creek
Miilino Mav '20 Uarlield
Beaver Creek S, II. May il, 2 p. 111.
Mink School House May 21 Highland
I ogati, J, 1) Alav'JS ... . Oswego
Viola May 21 Stafford Sch'l II.
Mai.lelane Mav 25 Pleasant Hill
ll.icksburg May 211 ,.Frog I'ond Sc'l II
Union Hall . May 27 In ion n,.' h
Maud School House M iy 28 llnrlow
Mllwuiikia, J. D, ... Mav.SU Milwaiikle
Willamette . . . Mav 31 . Logan
lUlcoinb School II. . JuiiH I Sprlngwater
ll'llanda I line '2 1:... .-..
darken June 8 1'nrrlnsiriliu
Oregon City June 4 Oregon
Congressman Veatch's Dates.
Hon. R. M. Yentch.donini rat ttim,lu'a
... ,.v..., a
and silver republican parties candidate
for the liist coiiL'ressiiinol iliuirb.i .,.,.1
lieorgo Noland, candidate for the ollice
of district attorney for tho 5th judicial
district, accompanied part of the time
by .1. J Cooke, our candidate for sheriff,
will address the electors ami citizens of
wuckamas county in the precincts as
At Frog Pond school house, Tualatin
precinct, a o'clock p. ni. May ilth.
At Canbv, 7:30 p. m. May SHh.
At Molalla, 1 o'clock p. 111 . Mav 10th.
At Highland, K. of 11. hall, 7:30 p. ra.
At Hpringwater, 1 p. m. Mav 11th.
At Kagle Creek, 7:30 p. m. May 11th.
Local precinct committemon will
make all necessary arrangements for
Messrs. Miller and Fitch.
Col. R. A. Miller and Editor Pitch of
the Oregon City Herald will address the
citizens of bigan ami vicinity nt Orange
Hall, Saturday evening, May 7th, meet
ing will begin promptly at 8 p. ni.
Everybody including the ladies, in
vited. REPUBLICAN CA .OIDATfcS' MEETINGS
Tin en nil itliittia nf tli.i eoculdt......
, , " ; - -i'"'"".io our-
ty and other speakers will address the
win-in ipi mu pcvciui iti uciucis Ol l.ai'ka
inns COIllltV oil tlio hillmciiur ,l,n.,u
nigs 10 begin at 7 ;3ii p. m.
liiememtiers ot the central commit
tee of tho several precincts will make
the necessary arrangements to secure
proper places to hold tho meetings and
to advertise the same.
Mink S. II.
... Mav 9
.. Mav 11
... Muv I'J
. Mav i;
. . . Mav 111
.. May 17
... .Mav K
... av -M
.. May SI.
. . Mav :!
. .... Harlow
Itmwn s. II.
.. Heaver frevk
Tua I it III ...
s l ..prlngs May .a iVrrvvillo
Mntiui Mav at ii,,,rj
Monitor Hills Mav ... . .;' ,1
Mlmr Mav as ""oIwAio
EauM'iwk .May Ml. .v VUnvli.
Iiaillasc'is May SI Maul. Laua
Milwaukl Juii. 1 "pwutie
I'lwwiit Hill J1111M " " i.,.'
Oregon City June4. .'.'.'.'.'..,
Hy onlorof the republican county wn.
J. 0. Rkaplky, Chairman.
A. 8 Drksskr, 1st Sjccrt'tury.
U. B. 1'i.MiiK, 2J Secretary.
'98 Victor Bicycle for $40 at Burmeis
ter & Andresen's.
Fancy ribbons in the latest plaids and
mo re, all colors at the Racket Store. .
The pioneer meat market of C Al
bright continues to serve ia customers
well and always keeps a large amount
ui iresn meats on nana. ,
Last year's patterns of wall paper at
reduced prices. Five and 10c notion
counters. At Bellorny & Busch. s -i
F. I. Andrews, the market gardener,
nas always on nana a large amount of
tirst-claBS apples, vegetables, pure cider
and cider vinegar. Oive him a trial.
Kenworthy's restaurant and con
fectionery is now opened and ready to
serve first-class meals on short notice.
Oysters a specialty.. Wheek'r'4 Oram's
old stand. ..... , , ,
The Victors have a reputation that
will bear investigation. .-i . -
The most reliable goods at lowest
living cash prices are kept by the grocety
store of Marr & Muir.
Have you seen the new self cleaning
sprocket wheel on the '98 Victors? No
other wheel has this improvement.1' !
We are the leaders overall others in
stylish millinery and popular prices.
Celia Goldsmith. '
Nottingham lace curtains, balance 0
lot just received. Will close out at the
same old price. Oregon City Auction
For sale A Durand organ, nearly
new. Cash or time. Call at Auction
Just received, 100 rolls of fine' mat
ting. Call at once and get choice of
patterns. Oregon Oity Auction House.
All our bicycles have the nev depart
ure brakes, just the thing for riding in
tnis county. Charman & Co., agentB
for Columbia bicyoles.
Our $30 wheels have the automatic
brake ; you can go down any hill.
Charman & Co., agents for
'98 Victors at cut prices at Burmeister
We are leaders for stylish millinery
at popular prices. Celia Goldsmith.
The Victor straight line sprocket is
an imptovement which makes it possi
ble to obtain the full driving efficiency
of the chain in the worst conditions of
road atid weather
F. I. Andrews, the gardener, as usual
h '8 the first young radishes and onions
of the season, besides other early vege
Albright is never "just out" of the
kind of meat you want as lie knows
what his customers desire and keens a
full stock on hand and vou don't need to
take "what's left."
A high grade warranted sewing ma
chine sells for $25 on easy payments at
Bellorny & Busch.
D E. Kenworthy at the East Side Ry
oflice serves meals or oysters at all times
He also keeps a line of confectionery
fruits and cigars.
Dan Willians has added tohis stock of
groceries and provisions a full line of
feed and hay. Goods delivered to sll
parts of the city free. Corner Seventh
ami Center streets
'98 Victors at cut prices at Burmeister
G. H. Young's second hand store can
furnish you with furniture, stoves, hard
ware, etc., at less than one-fourth what
same would cost new and they are just
as good and will last as long. Give him
Justice court blanks 15centsperdozen
Hail the wagon of Mr. Andrews if you
want anything in the fresh vegetable
When in Portland be sure and call at
the Royal restaur nt where you can get
the best 15c meal in the city. 253 rirst
street, corner of .Ma lison. Mrs. Win.
Boh lander, proprietress.
The Club tonsorial parlors, P. G.
Shark, proprietor, shaves for 10 cents.
A full line of cigars and tobacco is kept.
45 cents round trip from Oregon City
to Portland anil retu'n via Southern
Pacific trains. One way rate 25 cents.
Tickets now on sale at railroad depot.
Trains leave Oregon City at 8:40 a. m.,
ami 3 :35 p. 111 , and arrives from Port
land at 9:23 a. in. and 6:52 p. ra. Save
time by using the quicker route.
firs. Sladen's nilllnery Parlors.
When you are in want of a new hat or
bonnet or anything in the way of mil
linery, call in and see us. You will get
courteous treatment. We liava
trimmed hats from $1 to $10 and to suit
Baan tb Ids Kind You Have Always Bortt
OAS TO XIX A..
Bear tb I ion Have Alwnys Bought
we oiler ten splendid lines of j M-
boys' Washable Sailors at the - P 7 4 ' Y " 4h'
Low Trice of. , A ?3
a Suit. These are actually worth
$1.50 and $2.00. See them and
A. B. STE1NBACH & CO.
Cor. Third and MorrUnn Street,
Strong, steady nerves
Are needed for success
Depend simply, solely,
Upon the blood.
Pure, rich, nourishing
Blood feeds the nerves .
And makes them strong.
The great nerve tonic is
' Hood's Sarsaparilla,
Because it makes
. The blood rich and
Pure, giving it power
; To feed the nerves.
And all forms of
C.J D. & JL. C. LATOURETTE
A'lTOKJNKYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Estate and Probate Law
Office in Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY - 7 . . OREGON
Geo. C. Bbownili J. u. 0amibu.
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL
Caufleld Building - - Oregon City, Ore
THOS. F. RYAN
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker
Leading Insurance Aokkcy op Clackamas
Money to Loan. Abstracts of Title Made
Urawuig of Legal Uoouinei.ts a Specialti
Office on east side of Main street
Belweeu tkli and 7m
OREGON CSl-Y, - . OREGON
M. C. STRICKLAND, M. D.
( Hospital and Private fcxperieuce.)
Offers his professional services to the people of
Oregon City and vicinity. Special attention
paid to Catimh and Chronic diseases.
Best ol references given.
Ollice 111 Willamette Building.
Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. in., 4 to ti p. m.
J. W. WELCH
Opposite P. O. - Oukoom City, Ob
(J. H. ISOM,
Civil Engineer & Deputy County surveyor
Will be at Court House on each Saturday
and on regular session days of
C. N. GREENMAN
Established 1805 )
THE riONKEB EXCKKSSMAN AND
Parcels Delivered to All Parts of the City
OREGON CITY .... OREGON
of OREGON CITY ,
Transacts a General Banking Business
Loans made. Jills liscouiued. Makes en
lections. Buys and sells exchange on all poinla
in the United states and Kurope and on Hong
Kong. Deposits received subject to check.
Bank open from 9 A.M. to 4 P. M.
D. C. LATOURETTE,
RBD J. MEYER,
BANK OF OREGON CITY
OLDEST BANKING HOC8E IN THB CITY
PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,000.00
Char. h. caufliid
Geo. a. Habdins
K. Q. Cadfiild
K General Banking Business Transacted
Deposits Received Subject to Check.
Approved Bills and Notes Discounted.
County and City Warrants Bought.
Loans Made on Available Secnrilv
Exchange Bought and 4old.
Collections Made Promptly.
Drafts Sold Available in Any Part of the
Telegraphic Exchange Sold on Portland, Sau
Francisco, Chicago and New York.
Interest Paid on Tims Deposits.
i a i vf..f
PIONEER DRUG STORE
IF YOU WANT DRUGS OR MEDICINES
GEO. A. HARDING & CO.
jWillarnette Building, OpPosite Commercial Bank
Their prices are the lowest and their drugs and medicines are
strickly pure, fresh and of the best quality. .
Your patronage soliceted.
al " G. H.
DOORS, WINDOWS. MOULDING and BUILDING
LOWEST CASH PBICE9 EVER OFFERED FOR FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Shop Opposite Congregational Vlinreh, Main (street, Oregon City, Ore.
Fresh Stock of
Depot for HAY and FEED
Heinz & Co. have purchase the Grocery
and Bakery of Gibson & Lindsey, and will continue
to keep a first-class line of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
BREAD AND pastry
Old Established Bakery, opposite Postoffice.
Oregon City, Oregon.
.Bicycles With Wings...
The nearest approacli to flying
j . -r , , ,
y.. ...... ..U .....no.o nnu (iiuiutcu hid liuiiiieHs oicycie are puiiiio bene
. u ..,v... .iu luuiuii unuBBti oy exposed unvin
puns. io anenuon necessary, "ion. tiuy the wheel the Colum
unainiess does the rest " iNot an hour of t
in oruer lor year, more (inrat)ie. fore Handsome in appearance Less
expensive "in the end." Absolutely satisfactory under all conditions of
use. The Columbia C'hainless stands totiay as the greatest achievement of
America's oldest and most modern and coinnlcta IoVvpIm f,,,.,,,.,, i.v
1 ,t mi
oxrv iiicui everywuure. iiiey are
fnlmiilila Chnln AV heels $ 7K.00
rolitmuia Taniioma l'J..00
llHi tl.inU no no
Veilettea $35.00 40.00
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
Mill Feed, Lime, Cement
and Land Plaster.
WHEN TOD SELECT....
Shoes choose the best. There
is no' reason why you
should take, inferior goods
when you have our
wide range of Stock and
Styles to select from. We
offer you the best makes of
shoes at the best prices. Com
fortable, healthful shoes at
prices that astonish, please
and convince, etc.
SHOE STORE -
OF LOW PRICES
Willamette Block, Oregon City
And an election was held to decide
which is the best flour to buy what a
rousing majority -f-
Would have. Made in Oregon City
by the P. F. M. Co., and sold by all
yet attained. The experts who perfect-
lniHt.nkpM tn k nun (K.. ni,,.:..i..
.. . : " v lJ vuaiiucBO
OF THE WORLD.
lill Womrtia. ...
Sc onilliaml Wheel,."
. '10 OO
.. 32. SO
J0.OO to 50.00
CHARMAN & CO ,
Cat-rate Druggists, Agents.