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f n.c muoihj iVoru7ol the to nieef"
tags held by member- of Si. 1'auU par
ish, were handed tn for publication:
At the annual meeting of St. Paul's
Eittah hold nl tip church on Easter
onday, the liuth day of March, 1S1H.
the following ottivera woiw July elected
to serve for the ensuing year: Vestry:
H. I.. Kollv, Kichard lilasspool. Julius
Logua, II. 1'. Holmes, U, A. Hsnling,
Chas. Row and Chas l'ai kor. Ward
ens: il. Ii. Kelly atidC. J. lvarkar.
The annual election of St. Faul'a
liuild as hold at the residence of Mrs
F. I.. Cochrane on Raster Mouday, at
which tinia the following othcera "wore
elected for the ensuing year : Provident.
tin,. II. I., holly ; vice president, Mr.
K, Ulssspool ; aeeretary, Mow Fannie I..
Cochrane; lifasuivr, Mrs. Jennie 15.
Harding. Oregon City, April I, IS51 .
The Faster I'anah meeting otSl. Caul'
chinch was hold on Monday evening at
8 o clock, the hector preidtng. The
following oitVera were elected, .via : Mr.
Cowing, senior warden ; Mr. Scott, junior
warden ; Messrs. Biooks, Ihingsy, Ked
dick, Skelton, Schwan, Skolton Jr., and
The Faster mowing of "The Women's
Guild wl St. Caul's Chorch.Orei'onCity,"
Wis held on Tuesday in accordance with
the notice previously given in theehureh.
The Rector aa provident ex-otlieio pre
sided. Ten new members joined The
fallowing olli.-ers were elected for the
Jour, via : Vice piesident. Mr. Koddick ;
treasurer, Mr. F. T. Harlow; secretary.
Sirs. K. Whitlock. The uoial commit'
tees were npioimed for the ditlVrent Co
pai talent of work
NKW Vt)IOK LINK.
in Electrir KuiiroaJ Fruiu ''oitlaiid
Oregon (Tly Almost Assured.
It is now almost a settled fact that a
motor line will Iw constructed thi
m -ison noni roinani to ' regon (.ity on
the east side. Mess's llrevuian &
Smimervil'e 'lie well known Cortland
cipi'ati.-ts, have mi eliaed several
hundred aeiv -i land betuc n Miiithorii
and Clackamas, and hon led oiher
yjliiihle Iricts. In fact mist of the land
an been 1 led lv i'-ntls-il v.tiital.s's
t'Vtw een Miirt'.iiK'C and i 'r. g. t in en
tin- eist bvu of the Will tin tie. It is
fit' icten'ieu of 'he pmviia-eis t, jdat
t! CO linds ir,:i ad.i'Vv'ii-. ai il live a;:,)
te.i ei'r.i tracts, .i.i . f whicli wi 1 l-o ieiy
d sih!e vi i:v'v w th ttie :i h rit..v
of raN. trans-i! iu.siMied hy .1 motor ii
from Orcu hi C.-tv to I'ctl.ind. t ivi!
E'i',"iieer Sniytli. alio surveyed this end
the tnto.-e l tno'or lin.-to Clackamas,
and e!ee'v ex-uiiin.-dthecntirvroine.de-cla'tsit
In I miii h Ivtter'oand foi iad
w iy hniMiiij: than that wv-ipie i hv the
fco.miern l'aei'i.r. A emHl rros.in for
a lir.di-aii he sevured at the t'lack.unas
river, and Kiigincc! S nyt'o states tho e
tti!l!e only one deep laviue to cross
on th entile wute. When this Ma I is
completed, it will tend to make one
continuous mihnrhan town from the car
hop to Ore.-on City.
Imjiorlar.t 1 1 Ore?en l ity I'eiiple.
Tbe general laud o.iice at Washington '
under dale of March 24, informs the
QieyinCity land ollice that thevhave
transmitted to the United States sur- '
-yyor general at Fonland. Oregon, lor i
delivery two hundred and eight patents i
Ties patents are adjudicated under the i
1lth section of the donation act of;
September l7, l.SoO, (s'atutes. Si p; 4!!,
aid are to perfect title to tow n lots iii i
Ore-jon City sol i hy Mr McLaughlin,
or.gniaily Ins donation hind claim.
t'ettiricites 1 to 24!) have lien I
..i(cn(e.l excojit Xos. 2.1, 2ti, 28. til, SI, j
t"i. 117. Ij'.). Itll, lo9. 170, LSI, 1S2, lS-i. I
I), JHO. l'.H, Mi, 207, 2l;t, 214. 215 t
lt, 17, 21H, 21!), 220, 221, 2'2
i..ti, So,. s:w. 2:;:. 240, 243
2m. 247 and 24s.
(.'iaiinaints of tiiese eertific.itcs niusl
amdy to the su.-vevor general's ollice at
t'.Uhidc K'ii?lits fust ill Their O.Ucprs.
Tiie foil w ing are the oillcers of the
Catholic Knights ot America recently i
established in this city: Thomas W, j
Iriiitiivan. president ; P. J. Cregan, vice- j
president; hnarjeial and reeordir.K sec-
letary. K J. MckiUrt- k ; spiritual direc-:
tor, Lev. A Hidehrand; sergeant-at :
arms. Joseph H. Kurten: sentinel, W m .
Lawier; trustees, T. W
trustees, 1. W . Millivan, Kev.
A Hillebrund and P. J. Cregan
On t. Patrick's day a musical and
literary entertainment was given by the
Indies and gentleman of St. John's
church. The festival closed with a sup
per. The festival was well attended,
nd a'l went home with the conviction
that they had spent one ot the best
social pyenini's ever enjoyed in this
city. The proceeds, amounting to a little
overjl"), will help to paint the church.
The Oldest Hun in Oresron.
Co 1-j'ibte liy tic; oldest m in Hvint? in
Ore.'ou today is I'liarles Moonev, of Ore
gon i 'ity, who was born in Ireland on
tiie 14tii of l)e em'i T. 17-17, and is there
foro D ieir o'd. One wou'd naturally
liiipvsa that Mr. M ionev had been a
mm of very rin!a' habits during the
century of hi ?xiten, and always
hie! led from tiie rough usages of the
world But, or. the contrary, Mr. Moon
ev has hauled wi'li thewoildin many
wiy;. and always thrived ih-reliv He
i-.i!ne to 0 e; i at .u: i. ir!y d iy and ex
I e-it-iced all the huriKiiigi known to
t'.tt- pi'in-rao( th: coa-it. His iivntal
facilities a.e nuimpario I, and his health
niiears excellent, but as he himself ex-p's-ea
it. "I am so weak I can Hca cely
lr:i v in v breath." He is now living
qui-'tlv at tlw houc; of his daughter, Mrs.
S'l'iime:,-, who has many yran lchdd
re:; of her own.
, Vi'edne.sday morning about one o'clock
the night watchman discovered smoke
is-n ng from Warren ii flolman's furni
tcre store under Toe Entbhi'bise office.
; The alarm was turnad in, and the fire
companies with a Ure number of citi-
ien:i answered the call. The Are had
tuned in the basement fran some un-
, accMiintable cause, and was anon under
fon'rol. Some of the inhabitants
tin oglit the ringing of the fire bell wan
so April fool joke, as they have been
re; atedly fooled in that way in the
jn-i, but Mayor Kyan emphatically
states that there will be no more April
Iis.l business with the fire bells. War
ren & Ilolman'n loss and damage to
furniture is estimated at $200, which
Was cbrerei by insurance.
acnt into Judge Taylor's circuit for trial.
n. n, ii ,,.. Wliii'..'i,-W
Lunelle at all lioma at the Oiegon
City l.unclt Counter.
lVanula Masted every morning at the
OregttnCity Lunch Counter.
F. (L Neuken-her, road antervior at
Mulino, aa in t)regon City yeatorilay.
W. II, Kauhion and family of this
city have removed to Damascus.
Mr, John lireen, of Uroen Bros. A Co.
ta out aftsr an attack ol the grippe for
The euchre club will not meet thia
week, on account of the death o( Captain
K. t). McCown.
Mr. Sam. West has the contract tor
erecting H. and L. Jailer's new build
ing on Main ativet.
A new postolhve has heon estahlished
in Clackamas county, callel Kver, with
Mr r tench aa postmaster.
Mr. H. L. Ti lock, business manager
of the Oregoiiian ealiod at Tna Kntkk
I'UIsk otlhv, ruesduy.
Kev. Woody, editor of the Tactile Han
list, held services at the Uaptiet chinch
Sunday, morning and evening.
Messrs. Chamian A Co., are repainting
the inside of their drug atom, which
adds much to its already elocant apicar
anee. Mr. Julm Kagan, of Woodhurn, a
former resilient of Clackamas county,
called at Tiu KsVKiii'Kim; otlloo yestei
day. Mr. W. T. Kirk, of Heaver Cteok,
visited Tiik Kxtkkckisk otllo Tuesday.
He reoris crop and H int ptospecta ghi I
in his localitv.
j Mr. (ieorge Kmearson, who was read-
s ; ing law in the ollice of the late F. .
.Met ow n. has resumed Ins studies in
It K. Cross's ollice.
Mr. CI irk tianont!, foreman of the
Imperi il mills, was laid up with the
ttrippe. diii ins the pi"t week, but is
now aide to I o around.
M's-i Katie Kelun resumed her n-inml
at Ni-a l!;ann lat Moad..y, alter a three
A-.vk's itite 'tuisi n o:i Hceoiiiit of the
pit'V..le e.,-e of il e me.-i-'c,
Wat r S.iperiiiteii.leiil Howell an
nonii. es th.it the is. iter will he shot ed'
S iiul.iy ii.i account of making connec
tion with suiiie new water mams.
IV. L. Winle. a lirstcia-s. dentist (mm
Sal. m. has seemed rooms overCautield's
drug store, where he at I lie p eas.il to1
.. i , ' i
meet tnoMi desn nig his services.
Mr It. A. llauliiiif is huvioL. donhi.,
store huihling erected on M mi afreet,
oKwite riiai iiian's .4 (V. block. The
structure will be a one stjry frame.
Mr. and Mra. J. W. (-oufer rejoice
over anothor son, who came into exist
ance March 31. Mr. Confer aaya thia is
the tilth son, hut he has none to spare.
Miss Mary t'roley, ut Springwater, was
out riding with Mr. Jus. Miner last Sun
day, when she was sud lenly taken with
spasms and fell from her horse. Alter
three spasms she was relieved by death, j
Hjn. E. M. Hartinan, of Mariptam,
and Mr, Jasper Haratow, deputy
assessor, called at Th Fntkrckisk
otlice Tuesday evening. Mr. Ilartmun
was one of the popular members of the
Wils-m ii Cooke's new building and a
few others th it have been constructed
within the pu-t year, are built two feef
back from the sidewalk, thus giving a
bioad walk -and make two foot less of
hack y ltd for the deposit of riith and
Mr. (i. T. Fi.inncy, recently superin
tendent of the l.a Camas papjr mills,
has removed to this city with his family
and taken charge ol the paper manufac
turing department of the Crown mills.
He was formerly connected with the old
Clackamas paper mill.
The following marriage licenses were
granted during last week: Mary B
ljOOIis ln-ivul J. Keeler, Oliva
yd Muv and J W. Kxon, Lillie M.iv
ij;,. i, ,;.h ,i p r cw. v..llio i'
Hurdinirand A. Fuller.
The board of trade hoIJa its next
regular monthly meeting, one week
from next Tuesday. The committee
appointed at the last meeting to make
arrangements for a bettor mail service
in Clackamas county have not aa yet
accomplished anything of note.
The present high stage of water in
the riyer is hailed with delight by steam
boat men, who an'i, dilute deep water
until the June freshet of back water
from the Columbia, on account of the
quantity of snow in the mountains.
Twt masses were held at ths Catholic
church on last Sunday, the house being
Ciowd.-d at both meetings. The deco
rations and mmi'.' were splendid, and
the ladies of the chnrch are to be com
plimented for their elforts on thia occa
sion. Some of the business houses of Ore
gon City carry as large and complete
; stockd as Coriiaml stores. Anyone can
be convinced of this fact by ctdliug at
i Mrs. C. II. L. llunneigter'a jewelry
j store. First class goods al less than
j Cortland prices. Head her new adver
j The Xorthwest Christian issued by
! David Wt.el and l). T. Stanley, at
i Cortland is the brightest and newsiest
j religious journal in Oregon. It ia the
! organ of the Christian church, and for
moral tone and typographical apiaiar
ance cannot be excelled by any jijurnal
on the coast.
Sunday school workers will please
take notice of the County Sunday
School Convention, which-is io be held
in Oregon City on April 10 nd 17th at
the M. E. Chnrch. Quite large num
ber of workers are expected from
abroad. A full program of exercises
will be published next week.
Mr. Benjamin Jaggar has commenced
work on the construction of a two-stoty
frame building 28x03, on the ground
formerly occupied by Dicker & (Jo's
store, and Livermore'g hotel. The
lower part of the building will be fitted
up for a store room. The foundation
of the building will be of brick.
- . . . , f .
I taking off the duty on sugar here was 1 Oeo. A.
wmvmm n,ifiwiip.wpwn,'-mwfcw."wSi'iiiiiiwwmiw'i"""i'- : -
IUhkI arr aKO or IniKu.v teaut, amen no
wishes to aell, aim) lour head of good
hunchttrasa horses brought to tl val
ley alnrnt two yeara ago and thoroughly
aoclinialod, halter-hrol'o and g'litle,
which he wlshea to sell. Kmpiiiv of
John W. Meldium at the court house,
Tua Kntkhchisk desitvs toexpresa it
Kiiiis'iatiun of the advertisers and pa
trons, who have aided to place the jour
nal on ila present hasis. Tiik Ksri.H
i'kisk is now nn eight :igit joinual, all
piintod at I) iiiio. Had will compaie
lavorahly with any newspuHr pub
lished in the stit e, It is the intention
to make this the leading family news
paper in Otogon, and its tending matter
will ho of the highest inoml Mie.
Attention is called to the new adver
tisement ef Messrs Stavoi A Walker in
this issue of Inn Kxt'KKfHisii. This well
know n lit in h ive hmlt up an immense
trade by f ft i r dealing, extending loevety
part of the nonhwest. They are roliable
and have thecontiilcnco of their patrons,
Mr. John Nisaon ia their local iigeul In
Mr. Cassius Hailow, of Harlow ' sta
tion, called yesterday and ropoitseveiy
thing booming at that plio-e. I u con
nection with citrons ol Molalla and
tllll dll l-IMIIII.I i UL, Kitll 1.1 II.,,,' Ulll M...VI,
nave a spieiioin ni avei toau to mat piace.
A meeting of the local union of the Y.
I'. S. C. K was In Id at the M K.
church Tuesday evening, ami a com
mittee of live wore appointed to wall
upon the citixeus and solicit auhsenp
lions lor the fiw rending room.
Miss Nellie .1. Harding, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. 11. J. Harding, was mar
ried yesterday to Mr. A Fuller, at the
residomt" ol t'ieo A. Harding. Mr. Ful
ler is luok keeper for the Willamette
I'uln A I'aper company.
V. S. I.eavv, aiMvi.il iwent of th.i
Northwestern I. to lusiuanen companv,
of Miiwaukie, w is in the city Wcdnc-
day, ndjiiitiiit! Ill-- insurance po!!cv o(
Capt. F. O. MclVwn, of iihHI, held in
: that compaay .
Tile iillier.il services Nellie llaides.
ty, daughter of I'hos. .1 II irdestv. who'
ii-sidcs no ih, l',iiiikins place acrcHv
the river, were held .it the Cmu e.a
tioiulch livn List s..i id iy :y Kei-.tl. V.
Ilea l Wilson .S; t'ooke's n.-w a lveili-c-
l im-iit. iacy h ive iiiov.il imo then new
Ma II street, opthisite the
'" ,olll v' '"' ",v ",,,"1"
' n,ul lol'r ",,,,r ",,v S'"X,U-
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Mr, A. W . I he nev and Miss lane
i, , ,, .- ,, ',
I'oohtiie, lsth ot ihn eiy, were in lined
I'ortland last Monday at the residence
of Key. K. li. hinder. Their many
friends extend congr iliiliibons.
M'. tt C, H.icou and lamily left yester
day for Vancouver. Wa-h, where tiiev
will remain for the present. .Mr. and
Mrs. Bacon's muny friends r'gri't to see
them leave Oregon City.
The Willainetie I'ulp ,V I'aper Co.
started up their paper mill yesterday,
and are now iiiaiiulaciuriinr .Muni, 'la
paper. They will shortly U'uin a tun
on white paH'r,
The veteran journal. st, D.C. Ireland,,
w ill issue the tirst number of the Oregon !
Fxpressabout April 1. at Fast Portland. '
I'ndor his atile management this journal
is sure to succeed. ,
The will of the late Capt F. . Mc
Cown will be adui.tt d to proli.itetoilay.
liy the provisions of the w ill Mrs Mi-i
Cown i appointed sole executrix with
The Doaghortv A nod sM-.:ially com-,
l any will give one of their unrivalled
specialty entertainment at Pope's ball
next Monday night. A free dance after
Mr. J. W. Wotherspooii will continue
the real estnte tiusuie al Wotherspooii
A McCown. at the old stand, or some;
other nlace fn the cilv. ,
CliarniaiiA Co. bay a drug. store that Meldruin. who surive bun, f,vg,.(l.r
would be acredit to First or Morrison I w"11 M'v''" cloMien; Helen It.. Mel
streets in Portland. Their stock is ubsie ! ',lrllm Comelm I.. Malc.lin, M.ibiv,
lutelv tirst class. Inoie and Agnes. Capt. .M ownw.,
.. lone ol Oregon City's representative
Next week Tin: Fntkki'KI.-H! will con- j citi.ens, und w as three tiims elected
tain biographical sketches of the livt's of i mayor, and since lfu;7 has Is-en lead
the late Hons. Kolwrt Catitteld and F. ing and inlluen'ial ineinls-r nf the line
0. McCown. list church in this city.
The funeral Wa held fioin his late
A splendid serial story commences in
this issue of Tiik I-.ntkskhisk, w ritten by
that distinguished author F. Fveret
Hale I) D.
Master Tommy Cowing, the messenger
boy for the Western Union telegraph
otlice in this city, has purchased a new
Mrs F. I.. Wilson, of Logan, who is
attending Hie llene -lictine college at Mt
Angel, waa at home during Faster
Attention is called to the law card of
L. L. I'orter, city recorder. He makes a
specalty of furnishing abstracts.
Adj uirne'l meeting of the city oiineil
tonight. The lire limit ordinance will
come up for final passage,
Mr. Jennings, the manager of hivciy's ,
new store on tiie lull, is opening out
the first arrivul of new g'sids.
The bull given at .'iluuipower's hall at
the Clackamas h itchery, last Saturday
evening was a success. ,
Twenty-niuu names havo been en
rolled for the establishment of u-Forester's
court at this place.
Mr. T. M. Cross has returned to Ore
gon City, and is prepared to Jo all kinds
of hauling, etc.
Mr. J. W. Aldridge is out again after
being confined to his room for a week
with la giip)e.
Head Freytag's new advertisement
He still kcejn garden and gnksa m;eda in
Mrs. Clara K. Eaton, died at her home
near Carus, Match 27, lh'Jl, aged 'M
15. S. Rellomy's second hand Rtoro is
the place to buy new and second goods.
Mr. D. Watts, of the Clackamas hatch
ery, was in the city yesterday.
court meets next
f .i ic iiia
In fine worklnu onler
ship number on Its list the repiesenta
tive husineaa element of Oivgun City.
The eanui haa leased the hall over
Caiilleld'a drug atoro, and Ia having the
same lilted up in an alliaclive style.
The Woodmen l one of Ilia host mutual
benellt nssiHlatloua In existeine. The
next regular meeting of the camp III Ih
held In their new hall one yioi k liom
01 It I'ltOSI'KHITY.
Stniilv tJiowth. Hinla Ntniilier
There Is no boom in Oregon City, but
the town Is steadily grow ing. Three new
business houses have Just been com
pleted, and woi k mi Ihe foundation of
two more has Jusl been commenced
Hesules the eloitant residence oil' W,
Church itnii olhois that have recently
boon completed. Messrs, Fool and
Fuge are each erect ing handsome cot
tuges on the hill, and a numlier of new
hulldiiigs am being erected fti the city
The woolen mills, the four pulp and
piiier mills, excehioi works, machine
slmis, the two furniture fiictoiies, three
sash, door and wood working factories,
the two llouring mill", and a number el
maniifactiiiiea of minor importance arc
running to their fu'lcapaciiv, and giv
ing employment to several hundred cm
ploves. In a shoil lime the cannery
will start up, and give employment to
iibiiut ;100 hands dm ing Ihe busy season.
Fverv building or room that can be
ulilixcii on Main street Is used for busi
ness purposes, and merchants generally
ronort business good.
The new pumping station for the
water woiks is Hearing coiuplelien, and
a number of street improvement aill
ooii he commenced, as well as several
miles nf new sidewalks that will be con
strneled this season.
Han are being la'ifeelod for a lar;e
number nf dwellings fur the coming
i season. While theie will bo no boom
i this year, 'he outlook for substantial
' prosperity is gmsl.
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I'cutli er Inoiif Itretfoii t'ltv l'i ctni. j
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rath of ;
rt C. nub 1.1, die
gon Cite l-m-.es oi.e ot her hrst el'hi.en-'
lie Wis hot ii in ir.)iigiili ine, Antrim
coonti, Iiel.uid. May o, Isiu, mid in
1SIIJ came to Vmerica. and linu'ly
n iched tOreg mi 'il v in Ml".', with hi -faiiuiv
In the (all of so Im oieued a
geueial si, ue in small biitldnig on the
site a lice bis son lldnard ii. is now
engaged in business. The business then
esiabli-hed be loiiliuned until JS7-.
Mr. Cauileld as ut one time county
judge, and sencd two terms in Ihe i it
council He leaves his wit whom be
nuirri.-d in ISI7, and live children:
Hubert. I'nvid, t barles II,, Fdnnid li
and Mrs Clara Fast bam.
His (uncial tisik ulace from the
l'lC-hvleiian chiircli on he-t Monday,
and w is attended hv a large number ut
sorrowing liieuds and tehities.
M KIHN ami o. a con s,
Hied at hi residence. In this city, of
lew, Sitniilay, March 2S, aged 02
ye ns, t) months ami lit day.
Capt. Median's death w,ia painful i
hock to his many friend ami Hopisiiit- ;
ance. IVoe-ed was horn in Went Vir-
ylnia, January 11, t-vfJ He came,
overland with hi father in Is,'i2 and '
tttled near Seiilv where he lived until
11 yea' of age lie served us a private
In the iikiin.i Imlinii war, and nftcr-!
wards studied law in the ullirtt of W. ('.
Johnson, He was cimiiiii uiel Cap
tain in (he legul.ir am y in ISi.l, mid
wis in command of the M.t at foil
Colville during the summer. I.nte in
the year lsi4, he formiil a i-o, i tnership
with W C. Johnssn, Willi whom be had
previously read law
I He was 'married in lsii.") to Sarah M.
residence. Kev J. C. Head conducted
the services at the house, while Meade
I'ost, No. li, li. A It , took charge of
the services al tliej enielery. I'll. Ore
gon City Hoard of Trade attended in a
Among the large number of yi-dors
who attended the foetal (nun a di
tunce wen- 1. 1' Thouipson, II I.
I'iltock, J. I) McCown, Henry Hill, .1.
Itiirlie and Dr. John Welch, of Cortland ;
'i. W lliuimick and Oeo Killin, of
Hubbard; II. C. Mcliu'ne, of K.,M Cut
land and Win. Harlow, of barlow sta
tion. Ailverliseil Letter.
The following is a lint of letters re-
maining in the post
City, April I, IS'.M.
W'," , J'"1'' 'listoetler !
Martin Hull, r
LenniL r II llnniliiim
Mi" Aiiini- Mainii
Mr- M ii v A. in ll..:..-r
) 1. Ilea
I.i. u. II.-mii.I.Ih
I'l-.o . Mitli-Niiiih,
Mrs Mary Kninedy
Mrs FiiinniS W.l-oit
.Mrs Allien Trclioleu
I :rl Hi tin, ;i, i
Miss Sarah b II, ink
K 1. Iladlcy
Mis Sony Han!;
V W l);mn -
If called fo
r any when inKeit
K. M. Uanuh,
CLIFF : HOUSE,
Tho only first-class Hotel
. in Oregon City.
BEST ROOMS. GOOD BOARD
C. W. POItTEU,
General :: Blacksmith
HOHSK SHOKI.VIf A SPMCfAI.Ty.
Shop in tlio rear of Cope's Hardware store,
Oregon City, Oregon.
VEGETABLES, FRUIT and FEED
l-ANCY AMI ."l'U-l.l-1 illiiK'llllll-lfl INJIIIIOT VAItir.TY.
Garden Seeds in Bulk.
I3tli and Main. Oregon City
Wilson & Cooke,
TINWARE AND HARDWARE.
Sul.F, AUINM Filt TIIF
Atkin Saws, -:- Oliver Plows.
HARROWS. CULTIVATORS. DRILLS
Wt iilsii rat rv il fill
tin ol ri-liiir.
I or! '..r,Utl
:t 1 1
PLOWS. PLOWS. PLOWS.
STaV R & WALKER,
New Market Dlock, - - Portland, Oregon,
Are llciiil-piaili-r III the Soribwc.i (or
Plows of Mvcry Deseiiplion,
J. I. CASE
WOOD BEAM CORN PLOWS. STU BOLE PLOWS,
HAZEL PLOWS. GRUB PLOWS, TIMBER-.
PLOWS, ROAD or GRADING PLOWS.
SIDE HILL I'LOWS, STICEL HE AM WALKING
Jav Kv Sec Sulkcv and ( -aiix Plans.
Little Giant Walking Gang Plows,
Triumpl. Three-Wheel Sulky Plows,
Win m iiinl linn l'riiinc Harrows, llulm-; ami Walking Culti
vators, ami I'Vt rvtliiui; m't'ilti I - t he fariiicr for
thr tilliii" of the soil.
Ait lv,l,T.n l f.inner, win Itn l I! l,. O .lr
lnr .uri h i.i.- rl.. lieir . ,-an m,,,.- u ,
' '- ... .vn-i i 1 1, on .nn n
mr uiiK'-.i .imi iiii,i . -on . 1 1 1 Ui.ril nil lltn I aciftti
Slitchliifij nml Vihlrli's of V.ury M'stripllon.
lf shMi Knit CATAt.ilill'K ASH I'llli K 1.11 -JH
JOHN NISSEN, Agt., Oregon City.
OIIiiM1 next door to I'ost Ollice.
l.l'O. C, 1 I.V
H , .1. li Al I II
ELY & RAUCH
HF.AI.I Ks IN
Store lociitdl at Miiuitttiiii 'icv,i
Molalla rntiil. miii tuile sniilli
cust of )rcjiiii City,
Wo deal in Flour, Corn Meal,-Feed,
(iliM'crles of all kinils. limits and Shoes.
Cents' I nili-i-wenr mid other styles of'
Clothing, and numerous other iuticlcs
suitable (or the needs of the farmer and j
his family. Ity pnnnpt and fair dealing I
Wo hone to receive in future im in il... I
past, a liberal share of patronage.
fJfThe highest, market Iprirn paid
for Kuller, Fggs and Foals.
September 11, ls',10.
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I'V iit.il Ik iii.hiI.Iv .y Itioao ft
r .f-t, no.i.if r i.l.i, an.) in ihrh
'..(hit. -(...(.J l(vp Ay
' '" " I'ny Io Irani ,
rtil tot). No Hah. Ytu in fiila
"""', II v..ur Hiti.' til tlii. wrk. 'llila la ait
lend,!., .-I tttliIK- noinlrlf.il u. ... i(l
n.iir from li U K ik.rw,i,,d 'ui..Ml
ml tmito nr mil. Kj.rri.nf). W. .an funiLI, u the .,n
l..rn.-.il d t. h ,,, HKK. No i, fl M.l.ln hmn. Vul
iMvnuuva nil, BI K V ( U., iUlMTA, ftAUt,
iivo us a cull
i.iil.,. orlu in in l.ir Irtni. at,, I .H,m 1st
,C,., , nlrm ,M U, , ,u l.lii( .
Huy uiiir nitit en Hie rrin0 l;u.l W i
. iift nf
-:- $3,300! -:-IH)OTSanlSIl0i;S
A 1ST 3D
To Im wild at .K) Cnt8 on tho
Dollar for 15 Jays only.
Call curly if you want your pick,
and avoid the ruah,
Mayer & Ackerman, Props.
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