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Your friends may smile
, But that tired feeling -!,
Means danger. It ,
And impure blood.
This condition may
, Lead to serious illness.
It should be promptly
Overcome by taking
Which purifies and
Enriches the blood,
Strengthens the nerves,
Tones the stomach,
Creates an appetite,
And builds up,
Energizes and vitalizes
The whole system.
Be sure to get
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
A1TOBMEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Estate and Probate Law
Specialties . v
Office In Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY : OREGON
Gio. C. Bbowneu
J. U. Campbiu
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oregon City, Ore
l"HOS. F. RYAN
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker
Lsadino Insurance AortKcv or Clackamas
Money to Loan. Abstracts of Title Made
Drawing ol Legal Doeumeuts a Specialty
Office on east Hide of Main street
Between 6th and 7th
M. C. STRICKLAND, M. D.
(Hoapltal and Private Experience.)
Offers hit professional services to the people ol
Oregon City and vicinity. Special attention
paid to Catarrh and Chronic diseases.
Best of references given.
Office in Willamette Building.
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to 6 p. m.
OREGON CITY .... OREGON
0. N. GREENMAN
(Established 1805 )
PIONEEIC EXPKESSMAH ANP 1
Parcels Delivered to All Parts of the City
OREGON CITY . . OREGON
W. S. U'REN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
J aggar Building, opposite Huntley's,
OREGON CITY - - OREGON
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OREGON CITY OREGON
DR. FRANCIS FREEMAN,
Graduate of the Northwestern Univer
sity Dental School, also of American Ool
lege of Dental Surgery, of Chicago.
WITH DR. WELCH.
Willamette Block - Oppotite Poitoffice
Okbqon City, (Jkkuon.
OF OREGON CITY
CAPITAL f 100,000
Transacts a General Bauklng Business
Loans rade. KIN In mi akeo
ctiona. Buys and sells exchange on all points
n the United States and Kurope aud on Hong
Jtong. deposits reoeivea sup
Bankopon trom A.M.u4P. H.
S.CLAIOUR&TIE. FRED 1. MEYER.
Oregon City Mineral 'and Soda Co,
All kinds of Flavored Soda Waters, Lem
on, Ginger, Sasaparilla, Cream, Vanilla,
Root Beer, Birch Beer, Sasaparilla Iron.
All kinds of Mineral Water and
JOHN SHADLE Hanager
PPPP PITT 10QQ New subscribers to
IlUiCs lljjli 1039 Orwnt:livi'omtiR
will receive the paper till UHio for ll.M. Old
iibscrilmrt can by paying up arrears have it at
BANK OF OREGON CITY
OLDEST BANKING HoUSK IN THE CUT
PAID VP CAPITAL, MO.OUO.OO
0(0. A. Habdim
X. O. Cadhild
A General Bauklng Busluess Transacted
Deposits Received Subject to Check.
- Approved bills and Notes Discounted.
County aud City Warrants Bought.
LoauiMadeoq Available Seeurtl
Exchange Bought and ild.
Collections Made Promptly,
World"1 mi ATbl la An' prt
TalegraphloKiohanggoldon Portland, Baa
Francisco, rhlnaio an1 M 1 w York.
Interest Paid on Tim Detaoalla,
OREGON CITY COURIER
OREGON CITY HERALD
A. V. CHENEY. . . Publisher
OBEGON pITY, NOV. 11, 1898.
WAR, BONDS, AND REVENUE
The war is over and we are told that
it cost $150,000,000, though $200,000,000
of bonds were issued and a revenue tax
passed that transfers $ 1,000,000 a day
from the pockets of the people to the
surplus in the treasury. ; .
When war was declared against Spain
Senator Stewart and other silver sena
tors proposed to issue $150,000,000 in
legal tender notes, greenbacks, in lieu
of bonds, and to coin the silver bullion
owned by the government, to carry on
the war. The gold men would not
listen to the proposition. They pre
ferred interest bearing bonds to legal
tender non-interest bearing notes and
silver dollars. They charged that it was
unpatriotic to introduce the financial
j question in congress when the country
j was at war with a foreign nation.. They
would not admit that, the issuance of
bonds had as much bearing on the
financial question as the coinage of
silver and the issuance of legal tender
notes, and being in a majority they had
Now all the people see, what the
silver men in congress saw three months
ago, that an issue of (100,000,000 of
greenbacks and the coinage of the silver
bullion owned by the government' would
have been ample to have carried on the
war without one dollar's expense to the
people. . That would have increased the
volume of money about two dollars per
capita, (hereby stimulating all branches
pf industry and labor. It is a long lane
that has no turn . This government will
get a divorce from Wall street sooner or
later. Eugene Guard.
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract & Trust Co.
F. D. Williams to B. 8. Bellomy, lot
8, block 48, Oregon City i $700.
" 0. F. Buckman to W. H. English, 30
acres, sec 9, t 2, s r, 3 e ; $700.
E. M. Waldron to George Schreiner,
lot 2, Beutel tracts; 151.50.
W. H. Smith to John Bartnick, 4.57
acres, H. S. Buck claim ; $300.
E. D. Sievers to H. Rankin, s of
nw bv U of ne sec 8, 2 ah 6 E; ,
$600. ' ' - , "
E. E. Stone to J. R. Hayes, lots 1. 2.
5, block 17, S. Oswego; $35.
L.Wilkinson to K. Oliver, e W of
nw Ji, see 6, 4 S, 2e; $1200.
John Holm to B. O. Taber. lots 42. 43.
44, block 43, and lots 12 and 13, block
81, Minthorn; $500.
F. Bullard to T. J. Mathews, tract in
sec 28, 3 s, 4 e ; $5.
fl. Fellows to J. Fellows, sw i, sec
30,3 a. 3 e. $2,000.
J. ion to s. jot, v yt ol ne Rec
25, 1 s, 2 e, also 12 acres Deardorf
E. E. Williams by assignee to A
Buckles, lot 11, block 8, Willamette
J. Kummer to R.P.Wallace, ne)i
oi ne ii, sec 14, 4 s, l e; fuuu.
J. & J. Freytaa to R. Freytag, nwly
M of lots 7. 8, block 17, Oregon City;
J. A. Alexander to J. Harless, lot 7
and jI8, Molalla; 400.
a - M. Scott to A. A. Schneide, 8 tf
n i ol nw yi, sec zi, o s, l e ; 445.
H. E. Smith to L. Wilkinson, e of
nw j ana w s ol ne sec o, 4 s, 'i e;
N. A. Richey to W. M. Deen, Ui
acres, seo i, z s, 4 e; f-tx).
L. Wilkinson to M. J. Nelson, 11
acres, ualeb Kichey claim ; $500.
A. G. Robbins to L. Wilkinson, 19
acres, Ualeo Klcliney claim; t-M,
Geo. Swygert to M. Swygert, 3111
acres, sec 33, l s, a e ; I27U.
A. Swyiiert to Geo. Swygert,
acres, seo 43, 1 s, 3 e ; $270.
Windsor & Co. to D. Silver, lots 1, 2,
3, 4, 0, o, block. 10, Windsor; $750.
M. Shank to G. Scbneiter, 25 acres,
sec o, a a, a e ; fiuu.
A. E. Latourette to Fred Fisher, 100
xou jeot. block a. Darling s addition;
W. Strunk to N. M. Tracy, lot 3, sec
23, 1 3, s, r 4 e ; $150.
R. D. Durham to R. M. Dooly, lot 9,
block 13, Windsor; $1.
A. E. Strange to L. A. Carpenter, lots
13 to 20 and 29 to 38 block 09, Min
B. C. Tabor to N. P. Jones, lots 42 to
54 block 43 and lots 12 and 13 block 81,
J. C. Branhan to J, Gibbons, w ,'a' of
se 4 and sw M of nw and se ot nw 4
see 22, 2 s,4 e; $'3,000.
M I l)l.l.. In. V V !(..., a
block 9. Willamette Falls; $700.
U. M. Logan to C. Logus, 50 acres,
Geo Wills claim; $4,000.
45 cents round trip from Oregon City
to Portland and return via Southern
lllllno tTttitlfl OliA waif rata 9nanta
Tickets now on sale at railroad depot.
irains leave uregonuuy at 8WU a. m.,
and 3:35 p. m., and arrives from Port
land at 9 :23 a. m. and 6 :52 p. m. Save
time by using the quicker route.
Wanted 100 watches to repair at $1
each, at C. A. Naoh's, Poetotlice build
kig. . tl.
Fine Salt fiSoper 100 lbs, stock salt
40c per 100 11, roast coffee 10c, fine
roast coffee with good spoon 9 lbs $1,
Rising Sun stove polish 0c, Arm & H.
soda 7 lbs bird seed 5c
Red Front Store, Oregon City.
The Awkwardness! of Being at Prlnee.
The Prince of Wales is placed by fate
in the most difficult position of any
English subjeot. - Libeled incessantly,
continuously and malignantly, silenoe
is imposed on him by reasons of state.
If he patronizes the drama, for the
neglect of which the queen is persist
ently blamed, the prince is depicted as a
trifler, who finds in the society of
mummers relief from the tedium of a
wasted life. If he encourages our na
tional sports, ha is a profligate and is
compared with royal predecessors,
whose conduct wonld certainly not
commend itself today even to the
stanchest supporters of monarchy. If
he does not lavish money he does not
possess, he is said to be stingy. If he
makes an outlay on a ' chnroh at Sand
ringham or a ball at Marlborough
House, he is a spendthrift. Unworthy
friendships are attributed to him with
men upon whom he has never set eyes
or with whom he may perhaps have ex
changed a casual word. If he plays a
game of cards, he is a gambler. 1
Fierce as is the light that beats npon
a throne, the cruel and searching illumi
nation of the prince's life inflicts on
him the disabilities and responsibilities,
while denying him either the power of
the throne or the privileges of a private
station. Harper's Magazine.
The English Broom.
One of the botanical oddities of Massa
chusetts is the existence of the English
broom, which grows in only two places
in Sterling, this oounty, and in , Sa
lem. It is not a native plant, and how
it got across the water is a mystery.
Perhaps some homesick colonist caused
it to be Bent to him, that the hills about
his new home might have the familiar
appearanoe of the old country. It is a
beautiful golden yellow in color and
growl in a compaot, spirelike plant,
with blossoms close together. So thick
are the stalks that the pastures are like
sheets of gold, and at first sight seem
to be butteronps in masses. Arba Pierce
brought some of it into the city and
proposes to make a display of it at the
exhibition of the horticultural soolety,
Every one has heard of the broom.
English and Scotch literature is fall of
it It was the flower of the royal house
of Plantagenet In fact, the name Plan
taganet is the French for broom plant a
genet Their ancestor, the Oount d'An
jou, wore a string of broom as a badge,
therefore their name. The name broom
is given it because of its usefulness for
the purpose. Worcester (Mass.) Ga
zette. ' '
A Bismarck Duel.
A duel in which Bismarck was 6noe
engaged had a very amusing origin. It
occurred when he was chief secretary
of the Prussian legation at Frankfort
He went much into society, and one
Christmas attended a big ball. During
the height of the festivities Bismarck's
attention was directed to an exceedingly
pompous individual who strutted about
the room. This was a M. de Clancy, tt
noted French duelist. Later on this im
portant individual took part in a dance,
but having omitted to leave his hat at
the proper place bad perfoioe to hold it
out almost at arm's length while he
danced. The spectacle tickled Bismarck
immensely, and as the Frenchman came
sailing majestically along Bismarck
stepped forward and dropped a ooin in
to the hat. A duel was one of the next
day's events. Though it was with pis
tols Bismarck escaped unhurt, while
his adversary was wounded.
Seeing the Sights.
Even in these days of liberal educa
tion young women sometimes show
how confused are the ideas shut up in
their heads. Illustrative of this is the
naive blunder which Edmondo ' de
Amiois reoounts in his story of a voy
age from Genoa to Buenos Ayres:
The captain of the steamer which
numbered the oharniing young blun
derer among its passengers met her one
morning and said :
"Signoriua, we cross the tropio of
oanoer today. "
"Oh, indeed!" she oried, with en
thusiasm. "Then we shall see some
thing at last."
A Wedding Announcement.
This is how the editor of the Hum
boldt (Kan.) Herald recently announc
ed his marriage: "Mr. F. A. MoCarthy
(that's us) and Miss Nannie Fisher
(that's more of ns) were united in
marriage Wednesday, July 27, at 10 a.
m. The ceremony was followed by a
sumptuous repast, which we have only
a faint recollection of. Some way
events seemed to crowd on each other
then, and God has given us the best
earthly thing within his gift The joy
in a sweet wife is too great to be de
scribed too sacred to be spoken of. "
Too Much Eating.
Gluttony has its victims, hardly less
numerous than other vices. To overeat
is to overburden the digestive organs to
such an extent that it will be impossi
ble for them to perform their duties
properly. Deleterious products are cre
ated, aud health is finally destroyed. A
prominent judge used to say such meu
dig their graves with their teeth and
it is so. On the other hand, there are
those who eat too little. All extremes
are evils that experience should govern.
An African Mother-in-law.
A native has been committed to the
high court for trial for mutilating his
inother-in-law by cutting off her ear.
The native averred that his mother-in-law
had attempted to entice her
daughter away from him, her lawful
husband, to some other native, and he
took the extreme measure of cutting off
her ear as a gentle bint to mind her
own business. Gwelo Times.
"I have here, "he began, "a little
poem, the child of"
"Sorry," interrupted the editor, "but
I oouldn't think of taking a child away
from its parent." Harlem Life.
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Crescent School Repert.
The following is the report of school,
District No. 61, tor month beginning
October 3d, and closeing October 28th :
Number enrolled. 23, days taught 20.
Those neither) tardy nor absent: Carrie
and Norma Gard, Edna Hiddleson,
Alvin, Alverta and Ardella Kraeft;
.Stella Larkins, Albert, Frank and Katie
Meinrtl; Albert and Bessie Reynolds
and Clurence Yach. Cases of taudiness,
3. Average attendance, 205. Per cent,
of attendance, 92. All persons are cor
dially invited to visit the school.t
Hui-da E. Holden, Teacher.
If you are not already a subscriber to
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For $1.75 we will send The New Time
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You must not fail to read this great
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box of King's New Life Pills. A trial
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They do not weaken by their action, but
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Beats the Klondike.
Mr. A. C.Thomas, of Marysville.Tex.,
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For years he suffered untold agony from
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A Sure Thiuu for Ton.
A transaction in which you cannot loBe
is a sure thing. Biliousness, sick bead-
acne, lurred tongue, fever, piles anda
thousand other ills are caused by coc
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money refunded. C. O. C. are a sure
thing. Try a box to-day; 10c, 25o, 50,
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Clean blood means a clean skin. No
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Cathartic clean your blood and keep it
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driving all impurities from the body.
Benin to-dav to banish nimrjles. boils.
blotches,' blackheads, and that sickly
bilious complexion by taking Cascareta
beauty for ten cents. All druggists
atisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 20c, 50c
To Cure Constipation Forevei.
Take Cascareta Candy Cathartci 10c
or 25c. If C. C. C. fail tnrnrfi. (iriiof iHin
For Over Fifty Years
An Old and Well-Tried Remedy.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhcea. Is
pleasant to the taste. Sold by Druggists
in every part of the World. Twenty
five cents a bottle. Its value is in
calculable. Be sure and ask for Mrs.
Winsow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
Two Millions a Year,
When people buy, try.snd buy again,
it means they're satisfied. The people
of the United States are now buying
Cascarets Candy Oathsrtic at the rate of
two million boxes a year and it will be
three million before New Years. It
means merit proved, that Cascarets are
the most delightful bowel regulator for
everybody the year round. All drug
gists 10, 25, 50c a box, cure guaranteed.
Buoklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
unded. Price 25 cents per bo. For
sale by Charman & Co. ,
Educate YourBowls With Cascarets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation
forever. 10c, 25c. If C.C.C. fail, drug
gists refund money.
TILL 1900 FOR $1.50 Sz
until 1900 forll.60 which gives you the paper Iree
v., i uiuuuiB. iauw is me uine 10 suuscnoe.
J"'' T. F. Rvan
Clu k of Courts .'. Elmer Hixon
Sherflf J. J. Cook
Kwxmlor . . . . T. P. Randall
Irwuurer Jacob Shade
Awr , Lnrlrne Siout
School Snpsrlntendent H. 8. Strange
Coroner M. C. Strickland
Deputy Clerk K. H. Cooper
" Sheriff . J. F, Jack
" Kcoorder .....Ed. Dedraan
" Assessor..,- Mrs. L. Stout
County Court meets on first Wednesday after nn
Monday of every month.
Probata Court meeu on first Monday of erery
Circuit Conrt meets on third Monday In Apriland
first Mouiiay ia November ,
OREGON CITY OFflCERS.
tiif of Police
Street CommiMinner . . .
Sup't, of Water Works .
... ,E. O. Canflrld
.. Bruce C. Cnrrv
C K. Burns
H. E. Strabiht
F. T. Griffith
... . W. I.. Snidow
.. D. W. Kinnaird
Counollmm R. Koerner, C. T). Latourette, Freak
Buwn and H. D. Wilson of First Wnl; Jamea
Koake, H. K. Harris A. W. Mllla and "rrd Mru
nr of fecood Ward.
Council BMisflret Wtdneaday ot each awwtb,.
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W. II. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Has the best-looking rigs
and cheapest rates in the
Cor. Main and 4th St.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
CHAS. CATTA, Proprietor
Oregon City, Oregon
Pure Milk and Full Measure
given; delivered to any
part of the city.
Try Bolton Dairy and be Convnced'
FALL & WINTER HATS
MRS. R. BECKR,
THE FASHIONABLE MILLINER
220 FIRST STKEET, PORTLAND, OR
We guarantee that all plumbing done buy ns
will nrnvf. Hnt.ltifRntloh. vnn will And it RnlARMiira
tn tiav nn. hill.
F. C. GADKE
I have just received a fine lot of new
furniture, which I am offering at purpris-
ingly low figures. 1 got.it at a bargain
that's how I can sell it at these prices.
In Second-Hand Goods
I have stoves, cooking utensils, carpets,
bedding, furniture in fact anv and ev
erything you want for housekeeping.
I will Buy Anything
"Xou have to sell and pay you the high
est price. Call and see me.
Q. H. YOUNG,
Main Strbkt - - Oregon City
For a quiet place to bitch your horses
away from the motor line, and a place
to get a first-class job of repairing or
horse-Bboeing, at. bed rock prices, call
on S, F. Scripture, shop on Fifth Btreet.
It to yourself, yonr family, your friends and to
all yon bt-neflt to carefully smVonslderately in
vestigate the merits of V1XM ORE a a remedy
for those who need a pure. There is ro experi
menting, no guera work, no danger, no loss of
time. It is perfectly harmless, md may always
be relied on. It is the queen of eures, for It
reaches the niilut o( all diseases, and will eure
you when all other remedies have fulled after
you have tried all ca'oh-penny humbugs and
irauns only to grow omer ana worse, do not
not negleot to give it a trial, for Vita-Ore comes
to the sick and the alHirled llko the vision of the
Eastern star to the wise men. On every package
ot the genuine will be found the red ink: signa
ture of Theo. Noel. Price S1.00 by mall.
MRS. M. M. LaCKOY, Agent, Viola. Or.
While Others TRY to Follow
OREGON CITY AUCTION HOUSE
W. L. BLOCK, PROP'R
NEW line of Fine Steel Ranges and Stoves, NEW Air-tight Heaters,
NEW Hardware, NEW Portieres and Lace Curtains. Also a finf
line of NEW Crockery, Hanging Lamps, Glassware and Tinware.
I take pleasure in announcing to the public that I have put in a
Fine Line of NEW Furniture, NEW Carpets, NEW Matting,
My Second-Hand Stock
Of Furniture, Carpets and Stoves
Is Always Complete
Convince yourself by getting our prices before buying.
Prices Cheerfully Given.
Don't Forget the Place i ""S
uo TO G. H.
DOORS. WINDOWS, MOULDING and BUILDING
LOWE3T CASH PBIOE3 GVBa 'RED FOR FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Shop Oppoalta Conventional Church. Main street, Oregon City, Or..
,w ,"iwr-f v -i w .1 -
Insure in a first-class companies ;
With an experenced agent.
F. E. Donaldson, Agent
Fire and Accident Insurance
CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN
BEFORE YOU BUY
Get Our Prices
: 5th and Main Sts.
BREAD and PASTRY
;. F. HENNINQS
Seventh St. Bakeru
or stop his wagon
as it goea by.
IS THE TIME to clean
house and repaper your
rooms and paint your
IS THE MAN to do
the painting and papering
in a first-class shape at
. very low prices. Leave
' orders at Ely Bros, store
on upper 7th streeth.
Noblitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
On the Street between the Bridge andtht .
Double and single rigs and saddle horses a
ways on band at the lowest rates, and aoorra
also connected with the barn for loose stock
Any Information regarding any kind of stock
promptly attended to by letter or person ,
: ) I BOUGHT OR SOLD
R. L. HOLMAN
Undertaker and Embalmer
Carries a complete line of caskets, coffins,
robes, etc Superior poods, Superior
services at most moderate prices. Nest
door to Commercial bank.
Orsgox Citv - Origo
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