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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOl ER 2;, 1899.
2. E. HAYES
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Opposite Huntley's Book Store, Up Stairs
Ifc3G0N CITY. OREGON
I.nnil Titles and Land
Uic Business a Specialty.
IJOBERT A. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Wffl practice In all the Court! of ths State and
Una uriaus of the Interior Departmental Wash
&tgt, Book 8, CaiBKAB Buudino,
4&B00N CITY, OBEQON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SDeutf djet Stbbof ot.
Obkoon City, Orboon
Office with H. H. Cross.
VAN R. HYDE
LAW OFFICE .
WI11 practice In all the Coorts of th State and
HfceO. 8. Land Office. AbatracU made. LandTl
, Quieted. Conveyances and all Legal Docu
mnt dr.iwn. Real KstatsbiWKlitand sold. I)lvor
a Specialty. Ornoi ia Caohbld Uuildino,
OREGON CHI, OREGON.
of OREGON CITY
Transacts a General Banking Buslnesi
loans made. Bills discounted. Makes eol
Jeotlotis. Buys and sell exchange on all polnU
in the United States and Kurope and on Honj
Hong. Deposits received subject to check.
Bank open from fl A M. 10 4 P. M.
O.C. LAlOURh'nB, FRED J. MEYER,
C D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
AITORNEYB AT LAW
Commercial, Real Estate and Probate Law
Office lu Commercial Bank Building
HKEGON CITY .... ORKGO
tU0.uKIU 1. U. CiMFBlU
BROWNELL & CAMPBELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oregon City, Ore
W. S. U'REN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jaggar Building, opposite Huntley's,
OREGON CITY - - OREGON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SJIIOS. F. RYAN
Notary Public and Real Estate Broker
llADINS iNSnaiNCI AOEUCT OT OLlOEAMAI
Money to Loan. Abstracts of Title Hade
.(Drawing ol Legal Dooumeuts a Bueolaltj
Office on east aide of Main street
Betwuen 6th and 7th
' OREGON CITY,
M. C STRICKLAND, M. D.
( Hoipltal aud Private Experlenee.)
"Ten his professional services to the people ol
'Oregon Oily and vicinity. Special attention
jpaltl Ki caiKnn ana i:nronio aiseasei.
MtHt ol rafernnces irtven.
Office In Wlllaim-lta
10 to n a. in., 10 i f. m.
I)R. TL. L. PICKENS
E'jucliiy Building, Oregon City, Ore,
Prices Modod te. All Operations Guaranteed.
iOR. GEO. IIOEYE,
Ufflee In Cauneld BUding, Main Street
SltlDOB AND OboWN WOIIK A PPKCIALTT.
All work warranted and satisfaction
lS)R. J. II. MILLER,
Berventh Streot, near S. P. Depot,
-Bbmom Cut. Obkqom
JDR. FRANCIS FREEMAN
Graduate of the Northwestern Uulver-
mity Dental School, also of American Col'
'.lego of Denlul Surgery, of Chicago.
WITH DR. VBLCH.
WiilawKlJ Block - Opposite Pgttoffiet
Orkion Citt, OpuoN,
C. N. GREENMAN
7HH riONKKR KXTUESSMAN AND
IVwcels Delivered to All Parts of the City
R;i.N CITY .... OREGON
rj.C BRADLEY. PROP.
fMIitt Livery and Sale Stable
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
Qithe Strttt between tht Bridge entitle
iJ,nblV4 single rlgt "4 44,;??J ,!
head l ihe lowest re.w.i.wid
U twoneoud with lh. bun loi .loose
lnT tBlonoiio regerdlng any kind ol stool
trtftapilT Stondeo to by letter ot person.
UOKSEI BOUGHT OB "OLD.
BANK OF OREGON CITY
ILDE8T BANKING HOC8B IK THE CIT1
PAID UP CAPITAL, 150,000.00
Cba. H. CaOHI"
Gao. A. Habdih
B. O. OaCHUI
i General Banking Business Transact
Deposits ReoeWed Subject to Check.
Apprised Bills and Notes Discounted.
County and City Warrants Bought.
Loans Made on ATailable StouritT
Exchange Bought and 4old.
Collections Hade Promptly.
Drafts Sold Available In Any Part ! Om
franclico fhlcajro an1 New York.
Interest Paid a Tim Deposit.
CNAS. CATTA, Prtprlator
Ongo OUT, OrtfQ
Pore Milk and Full Meaturt
given; delivered to any
pari of the city.
Oalrr mm M Omm
W. n. YOUNG'S
Livery & Feed Stable
Hal the best looking ris
. and cheap it rates in the
Cor. Main and 4th St.
OREGON CITY. ORF.f.ON
Harnessmaker and Repairer
Cor. Main and llth St., Oukgon City
E. I. SIAS
Watchmaker and Jeweler
CANBY - - OREGON
J H. GRAHAN
Choice Confections, Ciaars and Tobacco
'P.O. Building, Canby, Ore.
Insure in a first-class companies
With an experenced agent.
fire and Accident Insurance
When you visit The Dalles stop at the
Best One Dollar a Day House
in the City
THE ODARR HOTEL
On Second Street onojblooa from Depot
lal rates to families and parties
8. 8. SMITH, Prop.
OREQON CITY, OKEQON
The Latest Style Photos
Crayon Potraits, Etc.
The Best are the Cheapest
A PEFECT BATH ROOM
essowtUl to porfw't comfoit ntul hoHh. Our
imti 011 imitinu in I'lamhink! Work nJ
nimm mr lArge una mm it noim'tt win ne imiua ,
tirituutiliiulv litur uliteti iinitliiv (if witrk ami '
mnterlitl usmI 1 oritUrd
WenouM bu pkted to l'v n opportunity
to submit Hnuros.
F. C. GADKE
tell you fa r
i NEWS OF THE WEEK
Albert Waddle was ter;ou6ly wounded
in a stabbing affray at Sweet Home. J.
P. tiahn was the offender.
Da) ton has a new paper.
There is a (sreat scarcity of Chinese
pheafui.ts this year.
Grapes were greatly injured by frosts
in the vicinity of Stayton.
Yaquina jetty was badly injured by a
The chittem bark : fraud men are out
on bail at Monroe.
Rain interfered with the running of
the La Grande sugar factory.
All farm work was slopped by rain in
the vicinity of Junction City. Oats in
the field are a total loss. '
' Seventeen insurance companies ia the
Btate are said to be liable to have their
licenses revoked because of violation of
The transport Senator, with Iowa
troops, is in port at San Francisco.
Governor Steunenberg, of Idaho, re
fused requisition papers for a forger be
cause the state was too poor to biing
Women of the W. C . TJ. occupied
the pulpits of the Seattle churches Sun
An unidentified body was found at
Long Beach, Wash.
Indications are found which support
the theory that the Pelican foundered off
the Aleutian islands.
The United States commissioner at
San Francisco holds that Chinese immi
grants must show what their business
was in this country and ' where con
Thurston county, Washington, will
grow cranberries on a large scale.
Another party of surveyors are work
ing on a railroad line down the Colum
bia on the Washington side.
President Mellen and other Northern
Pacific officials coming west.
v".0. T. U. convention at Seattle
passed resolutions censuring high gov
Coeur d'Alene rioters' trials will be
gin next week.
Supreme court upheld the San Fran
Washington growers will hold their
hops for a better price.
Mrs. Nettie Craven scores a small vic
tory in her contest of the Fair will at
Nine men are known to have perished
in the recent Montana blizzard.
Rear-end collision on Ortgon Short
Line near Farrnington, Utah. Freight
trains; no details.
Sir Thomas Lipton will again chal
lenge for the American yacht cup. Trob
ably in 1901.
It is said that Archbishop Chapelte
will reoresent the United States in the
Philippines in a diplomatic capacity,
Major-General Milne is accompanied
by his family and a few friends on his
It is reported that Harrington-Gould-Vanderbilt
interests may consolidate.
William II. Brown nde 1000 miles
awheel in 84 hours, breakiug the record
by several hours.
Fi'immons will fight Jeff Thome, a
South African celibrity, in Chicago to
morrow. Tuere was a fatal prize fight in Chisa
go. William Wilke was killed by
Soldiers who made trouble at San Car
los Indian agency, Arizona, are to be
A monument to Tarnoll, the Irish
leader, will be erected in New York.
Eveleth, Minn., is to be moved to
make room for mining operations on the
War between Mexicans and Aineri-
iana at tl t'aso, lex., in winch four
Mexicans and one American wore killed.
Robbers at Atchison, Kan., looted a
stoie and killed two men, wounding uev -
Northern Pacific stockholders held a
meeting in New York Saturday.
The American Federation of Labor
will meet in Detroit, Mich., the next
The National W. C.T. V. is in a flour
Jimmy Ryan was knocked out by Joe
Choynski in New York.
Steve O'Donnel put Juke Kilrain to
sleep at Baltimore in fire rounds.
The recall of General Otis may be
brought about by the republicans of
General Miles will visit Portland to
look into facilities for handling govern
ment transportation business.
Sir Thomas Lipton says the best boat
won. lie expects to cnanenge again.
He will visit Chicago next week.
Discharged employes who knocked
down fares are said to be largely respou-
sible for the threatened strike on the
Great Northern. The seriounesB of the
situation is acknowledged.
Possibility of a strike on the Great
Northern is now believed to be more re
New yellow fever capes at Key West
and New Orleans.
Excommunicated parish of Catholics
in East St. Louis were restored to mem
bership by an order from Rome.
Big advance in furs in Chicago.
Sir Thomas LIpton wined and dined
in New York. , , -,
Jim Jeffords was knocked out in the
fifth round by Gus Ruhlin in New
f Proposed canal routes discussed at
Torpedo-boat Dal.lgren made 31 knots
Tuesday, exceeding contract require
Two more assassinations as a result of
the great Kentucky feud.
General Miles is in Omaha.
Nebraska is having a remarkably hot
Bryan has begun a two weeks' tour of
his own Btate.
Lead and zinc trust formed to control
Eight new cases of yellow fever at
Jackson, Miss. Total of 18 cases.
United States army officers sent to
South Africa to watch the army opera
ting. Clash between Rear-Admiral Watson
and Commander Taussig, of the Ben
ni' gton, is fixed up.
Revolution in Columbia is spreading.
Another battle is on at Dundee.
Peace is now expected to come soon in
Major Guy Howard was killed in a
Philippine battle last Saturday.
People at Vryburg are panic-stricken
Forty-three Boers killed at Mafeking.
Three Filipino officers entered Angeles
an I asked permission to call on General
Otis to arrange for delivery of American
The British parliament has voted 10,-
000,000 war credit.
Another Filipino delegation is arrang
ing to visit Washington.
Military science is said to have been
the winning factor in the Glencoe battle
Andrade has not resigned the presi
dency of Venezuela, but has fled toward
LaGuayra with 800 men.
The Boers suffered reverse at Spruit-
Vryburg surrendered to the Boers and
the inhabitants fled.
Three hundred wounded burghers
have arrived at Johannesburg.
It is rumored that 1580 Boers were
killed by mine explosions at Maefkiug
New South Wales will send a contin
gent of troops to the Transvaal.
xne xransvaai war is expected to no p
United States trade in South Africa.
Famine reported in Bechuanknd.
A Spanish minister resigned Tuesday,
General Cronje is reported captured
Reported- from several sources that
Krnger will surrender.
Prince of Wales received ex-Preeident
Mrs. Stockwell, of New York, robbed
of $75,000 at Savoy hotel, London.
Cecil Rhodes has asked for reinforce
ments to be sent to Kiinherly.
Capture of General Fil j oen by tl e
British pleases Utlandera gre atly.
England will expect Bjers to pay the
cost of war when the end comes.
Otis refused to meet the Filipino al
leged peace commission unless it was
properly accredited by Aguinaldo.
General Ezeta is said to be losing no
time in Mexico in completing his plans
for the San Salvador revolution.
Venezuelan government has foimed a
British have abandoned Dundee and
Glencoe and will concentrrte at Lady
smith. Boers advancing outnumber
British three to one.
Cronje's force, repulsed at Mafeking,
is now advancing on Kimberley.
Attorney Lewis, representing Atlin
miners in their claims against Canada,
has succeeded in making a fool of him-
so'f iu England.
Medford will have a new depot.
Two tramps arrested at Eugene for
assaulting Hiram Shook at Comstock.
J. A Willard shot and killed Ted Ter
ry in a controversy near Salem.
School officers convention will be
held at Corvalis Saturday.
Oregon sorgum samples tested at agri
cultural college and found to be very
Safe opened $300 worth at Astoria
Transfer Company stables.
Astoria fishermen now pronounce the
fall season a failure.
Government work on the Long Tom
river has ceased on account of Ligh
Bakery and Confectionery
Fine Bread, Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Etc.
Fresh Every Day
Special Attention Given to Private Parties
Seventh St. E'J'KiKS'. Oregon City, Or p.
All the Time
The stock in the store of MARR & MUIR is
changed daily and they make a specialty of
buying fresh goods often rather than to keep
stale stock. , It costs them more but they be
lieve in pleasing their customers.
Under new Management
Only First-Class Restaurant
OREGON CITY, -
Patent Flour, made from old wheat. It
makes the best bread and pastry and always
gives satisfaction to the housewife, Be sure
.and order Patent Flour made by the Port
land Flouring Mills at Oregon City and
sold by all grocers. Patronize
Dort purchase a Ready Made Suit
Which i? mad: and finished by machinery with hundreds of oth
ers the same stvle and pattern. Have some individuality about
your attire. We can give you perfect fitting suits and guarantee
satisfaction at very low prices. Ladies' Tailoring neatly done
M. GILBERT, The Portland Tailor, opp. Electric Hotel
YOU MAY NOT KNOW IT
X But the Best Stock of First-Class
Goods to be Found at Bottom
Prices in Oregon City is at
F. H. CROSS, Harnessmaker
First-Class Hand or Machine Made Harness
Shoe Repairing a Specialty.
S. G. SKIDMORE & CO.
PIONEER cut-rate druggists
Headquarters for Drugs and Chemicals, Compounding of Prescriptior s
Lowest Prices on Patent Medicines, Brushes, Soips and Rubber Goods
I 151 3RD ST., NEAR MORRISON ST., PORTLAND OR.
ot Cakes, Pies, and other dainty things
for the table are baked fresh every day.
Each :s as carefully made as though it
was done under the most particular
housekeeper's supervision. And the
inaredients used ar better than most
housekeepers can afford to buy.
Can we serve yon with our delicious
HEINZ &. CO.,
Bakers and Grocers,
Opposite Poetoffice - Oregon City
Seventh Street, Opp. A.
O. T W. Hull