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ClM'KAMAMCOl NTY IHTIIK MANNKIt
U1UI.1 IUISIXi. AN FKIIT
OF TIIK I'Adr'IC
The Finest Grain, Garden
rltf" . mnA Fruit Lands mm I in
li;,;t"f,'it) . secured at Low Prices
and on Eusy Terms.
I dm Kama county nonlainl an ara ol
"frV 91), C. 1,000.000 aoraa, ft ioni.lorUa iiortloii
f wMcli ii yt uiimiryuywl. U I
Inmiitltiil on Him north lr Multnomah
county, on tlio tat liy Tm o, on tli
outb by Marlon ami ".'aaliliytmi.
Wliild ft portion of llm county l muun
tainuun ami linavlly tlinlmrr.il, it con
tain within Ua aioa Hum. Of tlm llmmt
arKnillur! lamia In tlio atata. Tlili
" ooutity bun Ilia ilvnnttn of luith rlvi-r
nil rail. tritiHrUtlin, tlio groat Will
nn .ii ftiiiuttH rivar running llimnidi unit linr-
mln.. ii , SKIIIl'st on annul oi inn iirm Hum iiiiurai
""( lamia. No county In tlm
tn'tliT linlurimiiMila to InvuKtnrH, fnlit
ml hop itruwom, Inninir anil nlm k-
s riMrr, wtio cum vol liny lainla at low
ilifur, thau llili.
La alwuTH roceivoil coiuMnralilo alien
Hon, and tha crop never falla. wliilotli
roddi'l la ol tlia let quality ami biiiiRH
iim lilghxal price In Ilia inarkw, I'lark
waa county wheat took alio proiuline
'I tlia (Vntnnlal tipiialtlun, and at
i Hie Oregon tta Pair. (lata, hay and
Winy yyld Ixiunliftil tropa not Interior
to tlm prmluutiou 'ttt wheal. I anuria
I Will roulia hauJitoinaly from their wlitial
: drop thl eeaaon, anil the ihr'niuu in
prii-ca I prohahly ft tiling of tlio pant for
n ui' uanwiKu,
ll rtipMly Wonilng ait luiportanl antl
prolltahjv iinliitry otClarkamaai-uuiily.
A laii a'aa of liui.t aia In cultivation,
ftiul tlia niiitiher of yanla are lucrvaning.
Mop a wall aa wheat are a (hi price
thiaiN'un'-n with a pnwitrt l tlii-m ro
Mialniiiu at ft gHii llgurv. Thu Imp
yarila of Hip coiirlv liavn no fur cwupMl
tlie raVMtiim ol tlia Imp luiiati no ili-alriuv
tivu In annul aiH'lioua. AfLr tlm in
wniw of acttiiig nut a Imp yuril, tlm
grower Iiuh )iy nailing, anil lin y prove'
t prullluMi' cioi evi'ii nl thu Iuwi'hI
rHI'lT tIMoWINll VKliKTAIII.r.a
Aa g fruit grow iiih dvi'liun Cliu luiinuo
fount? haa no tMiu.il fli Wmli'Mi (Iii'k'iiii.
The tpplca niiainl lnia uro a tlnlight to
the fyo, iiml i l u j4.-tnli.l lluvur. A !(
Of pttachea aii'l itprirota ruim-il in'r
wi'ko hint yi'iir Krrc maiiliuiii'il hv tlm
I)Mtt V Oli'gKllidll lit .la'IIIK tllO tillCnt III
thu - fori liiinl imiikit. tint water ami
tliuxk iiieliiua oft'unliy pruiiio huvtt the
ntptitatiiui that exleiiila alt tluouxh Dre
Kon ami WaHhiiiKtnn. I'riiuea are prov
ing ft protlMhli! fruit ami many extern
iv on lmriUi Mug phintoil. Straw
brrie, rherrnw, ami 'ilurkliurriex can
not ha cxrelletl anjwlieiti lor iiiuhty
ndl quantity protltieeil to tlio aero, l'i
tatoaa ami every vetmiuhlu that cai 'hi
rul(xl in ft tcmiHiriile cliiiinte am pro
limed huru in iiiiiiiuiihu (iiutiititmx.
XANi r AI'TI HIMI AMI UMIHK.
The nnmiitaln purtlon of the umnly
ia, coytired with tho linent grualh f
timber in, thu atiilu, conaiKtiiiK of fir,
larch and cedar, winch la becoming very
Valuable aa propel tnimtportation fucili
tiea are eatulihahcd. No Km Humility
BHWiiiilln are ill nuc -eitsfu1 operation ill
dilliTotit piullniiH uf the cnuiitj-, and
lumber mitiiiiluctiiring will vet btnome
'ft gieal indealry in t'luckitiinia county.
Among thu iiiipoiUut mauufacturiiig in
duntrtea outaide of Oregim City, are
event! flouring milla, tln Iuikc alUnldy
ftlid carding nulla, of .Milwitiikie, owned
nd omaiud hv Mr. J, ti. Itomiett,
whero onn can odium the beat ouality
of wool already carded. Mr. Ikinnvtl
(hip lila product to eastern Uicgon
, ftinl all other portion of the atato.
. . Til TXAHXLrARM,
of A. J. tiawtoll, three mile aouth of
ilolalla cornura, Ia one of the notable
ulacea of Clackamas county. Mr. 8a
tell not only inpnliu the Orevon City
Woolen Mill Willi teasels, but all the
woolen mill on the coaat got their euo-
pliut from lilm, ami lie elupa immense
quantities to the emitiirn slate. These
teaaels are used by matliienery lu the
man u hu t tire of woolen goods, such
blankets etc., to pick the warp evenly,
giving certain clauses of woolen goods
lurry ftpiieuranca. Mr. Haw lull ossussca
ft aecret in preparing theso teasels that
baa been worth many thousand dollar
to him, and he has split almosl ft for
tune in establishing hi jiliintutbn.
fcheriflHaiiisoii inform Tuft KntbkI'Kis
that Mr. Hawtull had 200 acre in teasels
last aeaaon, and employed 200 hands to
gulhur the cro. lie ia increasing the
extant of his plantation to keep antes
, wnl) the growing tlumand.
MlNftftAL IIISOUHCK AND IKON WORK.
Tlte mineral deposit of Clackamas
ourtty fti-e in the beginning of do
velopement. Several quarrla of the
beKt quality of building atone have been
opened adjacent to Clackamas and Ore
bod City, that has gl von the most at
iafactory test. LeJguaof granlta have
been discovered that Is gUHcuptable of ft
fine polish. The celebrated ironworks
, nt Oswego, the "1'ittsburg of Oregon"
1 only four miles distant from Oregon
City. The Oswego Iron Works, have
, been In successful operation lor a num
ber of yean, and their rolling mills ami
lurnaccs re very extensive, while their
product are shipped to Ivory portion of
the Northwest. They have almost
mountains of Iron ore in clone proximity
to their work.
Clackamas county has ft number of
thriving town, all center of important
The school facilities are excellent,
there being 116 school districts In the
county. The entire county ia traversed
by the finest mountain streams, rich
' bottom lands,' fertile uplundg and every
Miction is well timbered. Among the
attraction here is a popular summer
resort at the Willioit 8oda Springs, where
milliner visitors come from every por
tion of the coast. Fish of various kinds
are plentiful, anil siilmon fishing on tho
Williiinotto and Cliickiuims rivors is a
leading Industry. The U. S. salmon
bftUdiory la situated on tho Clackamas
river about six mile from Oregon City.
NI'Kt'l A Ii t'V IMl'tK 111 I.LI r
One of Oitkuii CjIj'i rtolltl Ealubllili-
The Crown l'aimr mill wars coin
letil hint fall, umliir tlio aupnrlnUin-
duiicy or M r. I'. 1 1, Orvgitn, n ex jmrlenred
mac)inji'ulanglnuur from ruuiiHylvaula.
The owner of the Ciown inllla are
proiiiluunt Nuw York and Han Fran-
uiaco capltaliata, who are experienced
lu that line of manufacturing Ur. H.
K. Koaenhftuin, of New York, la tneai-
dunt of the Incoi notation: A, Hiliwa-
bai her, of HftiiKraueiaco, la vlce-nrual-
limit, ami L Huh wahaeher, of Han Fran
claoo, atKiretary ami Kimnral manaaar
Mr. J. (i. Fleming la tlia local Uieriii
lendeiit, and ha iiumadiatu cliaiae of
thu work lit thu Mill, Thia oompany
THAW kiMHI). MTKAW AND MANILLA
excluaivuly, ami tne pnaluct la aliippu'l
to rorlland and Han Franciaco market,
whure it lunula ready lain, Thl mill
run day and night, and glve'a employ
inniit o about forty hanila. and Ima a
py roll of about H-o lr wwk. Tlmy
into about HI corda ol w noil anil tun ton
ol atraw whim luiinlug on atiawhord
and papur, the machinery having capa
city ol ten loll of atraw paper daily.
Thu manufacture of tuch luimuiiae
ti ii it 1 1 ti I iM of pmr povhle furmer
with a never falling market for their
traw willed woulil otlierwne li waiteil.
Among the new improveuionla lliii
company hay lately added la a run
culler, baler end wiinJer for etraw rolla
and other adililimia a ill ha iiiuiltt that
will incruaHi thu cat acity ulid cirectiye
woikingof tna nulla Divy run one
,'iCl imii ami 7U-inch uiachiiin for paper,
equipped with the latent Imiirnvcmciil.
Thu inllla are aujiplied ailli 111) electric
DYNAMO CONNKI TINll
m itli the main alutfl. TliemiinilU aMir
manufactured huru ia of superior quality,
iiml ia made from ruia ami Jute. They
make a Hparlaity ol alraw lioiiri ami
ntruw paHr, and uiauilla, unil their
ell'ortaare reaching tlia ultimatum of
Ui:cNa. One pru-eiiiinei)t advalliaite
Hie Diegiin l ily pulp and paia-r inllla
liavo over oilier like iiialitulioiia on tin
cnatl, ia thu water (tower wl.ich cohIh
compuialively nothing, uiuRi they,
have the fuci'itlca of cheap wond for ail
purprtaee and the I'cl conveiiieucea af
truiiniortiilion. 1 lieitt ia povtcr enouli
Iieio lor all the paper mill required to
supply the I'acilic slope with all giaden
of .iiK'ih, uiid raw material enough to
keep iheiii running for many ynurs to
Tin: h i iti.i:. to.
'I lie ,cw ulr mini; I 'or
Wasiiikiitos, May 1 1. Secretary
Tracy, this aflernoou, sent out won!
that hu had nothing to say about the
Chilian vesnol Itnta or the Charleston,
tlther ollicei in the nuvy department
are equally reticent. Thu ollieial mind
of the department i evidently in diead
that a possible ungitrdeil inlniisnHin to a
report might result in tho disclosure of
the Ciiiupaign in which the entire
available naval force in the I'acilic is
arrayed against one steamer w hose war
like character has not yet been dem
onstrated. Certainly the government
ii H'is to be making cxlraonlin.iv
ellnrts to recapture thcltaiu, for an ad
ditiim to cubliitg Ailininili lirown and
M .4 ... I. .....I ..If I... - I, . I
I .H'V. Illlll til I It'll. I III I UIU I II MM W II J U ll'll
I she leaches Chilean, water-, It is uinli-r-:
stood instructions have he. n si nl to the
I'liittd Slates consular ollicers at all
points iH-tween t nhfornia and (hue
where the Itata could reach, to prtimhtly
advise naval otlicera of tier movements
if she ia sighted. .
Washington, May II. Later advicea
show that theK'harleston was last seen
just above the Mexican boundary line.
Such otticer as have an opinion they
fuel free to express say the Charleston'
movements can be explained in two
ways: F.itherthe department believes
tho Itata is lying somewhere oil' the
coast of California, or it has no in
tention of seining the vessel, unless bis
presence is made unpleasantly notice
able within easy reach. Tho motive
for such an attitude by the government
as Indicated In the last theory is, in brief
that it might not lie policy for the
United States to go far into the direct
Ion of hostility toward Chilian insur
g.tnts. The untie develoying uporl a
friendly government in cases tuch a
this have never been finally and clearly
enunciated by authorities on inter
IMINNIIIM A I tut:
Tlte Jrrval l'aprr llaa
crlved Ntlc From
Oxrvais, Or., May f). Editor McCol
luni, ol the Ciervai Star, has received
letter from Vancouver, Wash., signed
"Vigilance Committee," calling upon
him to apologise (or ft certain aUaged in
sult to the United Status army through
the column of hi paper. Several day
go the Star, in an editorial commented
on the lynching of Hunt by the soldier
t Walla Walla, and yesterday '.he edi
torial wa reprinted In the Oregonian.
Among other things the Star said : "The
act done by mob of low-bred and
vicious soldiers, of which the army ia
and has been composed of for some time."
The committee request McCollmn to
make full apology through the Oregon
ian, and state that unless sifch apology
is forthcoming, thoy will bay him 'ft
rirea Uawiig. '
Wiiitk Cloud, Mich ., May 11. Five
upper township of this county have been
a surging sea of Are ever since Sunday,
and It is believed that not a single small
hamlet U left. A number of freight cars
and logging train were also burned.
Ludinoton, Mich. Mav 12. Some peo
pie who lived at Walkerville before the
Ore struck them have arrived here In a
wretched state. They Bay it is impossi
ble, to tell how many families escaped
alive, hut they Hlar many nave died in
the whero they Hod for sufoty. The vil
lage had 800 Inhabitants, and no one
knows whore more than half this num
ber is at present. RumorB of a largo loss
of life at other points come in, but verifi
cation is impossible. This entire coun
try will be swept by tire unless rain
Prize Farm of Oregon
THE "GREAT CHANGES
liarlows Suro to Become a
Prominent Placo The
KoHourceH of tho Coun
I have lawn carefully Watching
rapid progress of Harlow, and thl
lug my second trip to th town I noted
witn great pleasure It faat progress, and
to convince myself of what reaourcea
they have, I mil In day and mad a trip
out on the adjoining prairie, so a to get
an Idea of the natural country tributary
io ii. i nnii wiuioiil exaggeration, and
after a caieful examination of the re
sources, that tlia ultimate outcome of
liarlows that It la bound to oon be
come a large and flourialiinir n ace. Ly
ing aa ii one nuiween the JHolalla and
l'mliling rivers, which widen out from
the mouth, and thus take in live large
man ies, which aie all tributary to Hal
loa A tiieie are no ri vui a to cross, and
having a gradual descent. liarlows I by
all oihls tli6 tributary trading and ship
ping point lor all llial vast area uf coun
try rust mid south-east of it, containing
annul .is.tsai square miles. Towns are
not limit up for iiermauencv without n-
source ; and certainly, without question,
Harlww ia bound to be large and prom
inent place, aa nature has done for her
vary thing and cannot be taken away.
On making further examinations a to
nariow i nun it ims unlimited walur
power for manufactories, and is destined
lo become a prominent point in that con
nection. With a little work one of the
finest welr txjwers can be had t very
modest expense. The Molalla river run
ning through as it dnca, and twing a clear,
a nl mountain stream, give plenty of
fall, liy excavating three hundred feet
afallol eleven feelcan niiaily lie had. The
rii i ii " river can tie taken into a natural
race that terminates at the railroad. This
is by all mean tlm flues! and most natu
ral w ater power 1 have ever seen, and It
recommend iitelf to those seeking mill
Aside from the natural resource w hich
will ultimately huild a largo place, is still
another tint fcatuie, and I see it i already
attracting the attention of l'orlland peo
ple: The location of liarlovi's on the
main line of (he Southern I'aciflc raid
road, mid the first good prairie, south of
l oitland just tnenty-tive miles, and can
I reached four times daily. Now that
hetier services aie on the Southern I'a
,i illc, it is just as convenient to live at
liarlows, lu which ym ninkethe ride in
les than one hour and have plenty of
time to attend to your place of business,
ortnuisart anv busim you may have
In Tortl-ind. The train leaves at 7 :30 in
flic muniinc, and arrives at tl:;l in the
evening This the rorlland people see,
and are unking invi-sinn-nts, and will
put in gond so'id improvements.
The soil in Mailows prairie is a black,
rich loam, and is adepted lo the culture
of ail kimlsof gardening and fruit rais
ing.' I riiitan l vegetables grow there in
ahtiniliiucw and have no equal in the
market Walnut, butter and hickory
nuts are grown there equal lo Indiana
and Illinois The apples grown there
e innot lie excelled in sine and flavor. The
fact will readily suggest itself to fruit
consumers alien it is slated thattheltald
win. pcarimiiii, pippins, Spitienberg,
belllluwer, russet, and all oilier varieties
lire eagerly sought after, and commaiifl
the highest price 111 the Northwest. liar
lows is thu homu of the pear and the
pi line tireater van. 'ties and better
Iruit are not know n to the market. It is
a well known fact that more money is
made in tire ciltur" ol fruit Orchards than
can be made In stock or wlieat'r.iisinif.
Ii has been reH'ittedlv exH-rienced that
the fruit tree will not last more than five
vein -in light Miidy soil before it decays.
This iH a great advantage liarlows has ;
its soil being a rich black loam on which
can lie seen fruit trees thirty years old,
and yet tearing profusely, liarlows fruit
is always a ready sale, wfiiih fact can be
proved by inquiring of any of the dealers.
I must not neglect to mention 1 was
much impressed with tlieclassof people I
met there. They all eeem to be wide
awake and thrifty, and I predict a great
future for them all. Kxi-oktkr.
MAKKET RE POUT
Iielow Is Riven thf (ircion City Market Re
port rnrrvcleil weekly from quotation! Jtir
uiahed 1'iiiEKTsaraisx by the local merchants:
Wheat. Valley, fl 100 lbs, 1 60
Data, ftlW Iks 60ijS
Oregon City Mills, Portland Brand ft is
Con ii try llraiid 4 40
Corn Meal So
Oat Meal ftc
Shorn p ton 23 00
Bran, " .... 19 no
Tlnuiihy hay, " .....latoj-j)
Clover hay, " 18 a0
Potatoei,) ewt 6t
Onlnut y ni 4r
Apple, green, box 0(l
Apples, dried, ft tb Mt.
Bauer, l lb
Kggs, Vdoi IS
Honey, ft lb t Is
Beet, live, Y tb
Motion, live ft lb ...
Mutton, dressed, ft
rorx, live, r n
Pork, dresaed, V lb.
Veal, live, ft At ...
Veal, dressed, V lb. ,
Hanti P lb
Chickens, ynung, perdos....', I 4AM
Chickens, old, per dot StjM
Ducks, per dot fkajlO
Ueese, per dot (Mil
Turklea, per pound - 14u(l&e
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or any disorder of
tit generative or
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tion, over Indulgence, Ao , such u Lorn of Brain
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tency, which if neglected olten lead to prematura
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A WKITiEN UHARANl'EM Is given for
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' THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Western Branch, Box 27, Portland, Ob.
For sale by Cbarman & Co.
Druggtata, Oregon City Or.
I'eraon troubled with rheumatism
should read the following from Mra. N.
M . i'elers, of Kaat L Moines, Iowa.
She say : I had suffered with rheuma
tism the greater part of the time for
nearly seven year. I doctored a great
deal for it with physician and tried
leetrlc belt, patent medicine and al
most everything that wa recommended
for rheumatism. Finally a neighbor ad
vised me tj try Chamberlain' 1'aln lial
am nd waa so sure that It would help
ni that I procured a bottle. It did help
me, right from the start ; but it took Dye
AO vent bottle to cure me, o yon can
guess how bad I. wa a two bottle will
cure any ordinary case for al by
Ueo. A. Harding, drnggi't.
Joseph V. Dory, of Waraw III., wa
tiDiihled with rueumatlMii and tried
number of dinerent lamediei, but aays
none of them seamed to do hi in any
good : but finally he got hold ol on that
speedily cured lilm. II waa much
pleased with it, and feft sure that
other similarly afflicted would lik lo
know what the remedy wa that cured
him. He state that lor th benefit of
the ptihiie that it is called Chamberlain'
l oin Halm . It Is for sale bar at 60 eta.
per bottle by our druggist, U. A. Hard
U Year Own Vaster.
Few people anpreeiate bow much
their Impression, their whims and im
pulses, and in fact all thair mental en-
rgy ili'iM-iMs on the harmonious action
of all the vital' organs. A poorly di
vested dinner may make on quarrel
with a friend. A coriuested lever may
bring imaiinarv aloom and trouble into
me sunniest lav. A rhmimati pain
may keep yoo from business r work
and entirely change aome marked out
iolicy A few dime of Moere'a Ke-
vealml Remedy will five ton ! every
iimction and make you eajoy your
iriends and and work.
oko. c, m.y
w. j. a a ecu
Stor liK-ated at Mountain Vivr,on
Molalla road, one mile south
f uHt of Oregon City.
W deal in Flour, Corn Moal, Foed.
ins-cries of all kinds, lioota and Shoes,
ieiils' L'ndtrwvar and other style of
Clothing, and numerous other articles
suitable for the needs of the farmer and
his family, liy prompt and fan dealing
we hoK to receive in future, aa in the
past, a lUieral share of patronage.
fThe highest market .price paid
(or Itutter, Kggs and Fowls.
Septemlier II, IS'JO.
ll cl in ba-
kcr county, ore-rt C fj
Kon, near what U" (I
ia now Baker City, ff C M T T D V
a man who has aiuce wCl s I Ulk I
become identified with the retourcea and flfrt
development ofthat country. This man Jl3U
la no other man Mr. jonn mewan, ouc 01 mc
wealthiest and most Giflucntlal citurna in the
couuty. In a recent letter he says : "I had been
unci ug from pains in my beck and general kid
ney complaint lor some time, and had used many
remedies without any but temporary relict The
pains in my back had become so severe that I waa
prevented from attending to my work and could
not move about without the use of a cane. Hear
ing, through a friend, of the wonderful cure ef
fected by Oregon Kidney Tea, I was induced to try
a box. and from that very first dose 1 found Instant
relief, and before using half the contents of the
boa the paina in my back entirely disappeared.
I have erery faith in the virtue of the Oregon
Kidney Tea, and can conscientiously recommend
il to my friends. I would uot be without it for
Oregon Kidney Tea cures backache inconti
nence of urine, brick dut sediment, burning or
painful sensation while urinating, and all affec
tions of the kidney or urinary organs of either sex.
COB 8 A I.I BT
CHARMAN fc CO., DRUGGISTS.
. Miss Lilian Wilkinson,
D BESSMAK 1 2STO-.
PABISIAN DABTLESS BASQUES.
Wrap and Beamleai waist of lh latest styles
Offlca over Swafford & Grout's Raal
Oregon City, - - Ore.
GUNSMITH AND LOCKSMITH
Oregon City, Oregon.
Repair on all kind of small machines
promptly made. Duplicate keys to,
any lock manufactured. Shop in
Wineset Scripture' black
smith shop. .
M. H. Flanagan.
J. P. Hill
Flanagan & Hill,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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HALF AND HALF ON DRAUGHT.
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J. Bitner, Proprietor.
The only first-class Hotel
. in Oregon City.
BEST ROOMS. COOD BOARD
B. .3 Be'llomy,
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Carrie a Full Stock of
NOTIONS and '
Now and Second-Hand Furniture
Bounht and Sold.
Can give you a bargain.
1891 . . gpring and Summer.
W earnestly- Invite your attention to our magnificent showing of
New and Stylish Selections
Fer the Spring and Summer Months.
Your own InUresU cannot lie better served than by familiarizing yoaraelve
with these goods and price, because they reptesent
STANDAUD GRADES and BOTTOM TE1CES.
. More new styles, handsome selection and clioicS novelties
than erer before. " .
Com and aee our complete assortment of Spring and Hummer style in
. . . DRY GOODS . . .
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Furnishing
Goods, Notions, Etc.
The GLADSTONE MILL CO.
Now have a Full Stock of
all ordure promptly.
Flooring, Ceiling, Rustic and all
Tickets and Dimension Stuff.
Bpecial Bills Cut Send in your
J. F. 0'RDILLY & CO
- - IB
Cheapest : in
Orders from the country promptly filled.
148 Third Street, Portiand.
Of All Designs, From the Smallest
To the Largest
Patent Rocking Chairs of neat
rated ana vvooa-seat Uhairs; rancyKeed and Cane
seat and back Dining and Library Chairs.
MATTRESSES ! MATTRESSES !
We also carry a complete line of Mattresses Yum
Yum, Coil Spring; Box and Top made to order. Woven
wire, two and three-ply, of all sizes; Bedsteads, Lounges,
Cots, Etc., Etc.
Warren te Holman.
Oregon Picture Frame Company
Mouldings, Mirrors, Frames, Pictures, Bric-a-brac,
Engravings, Etchings, etc.
108 Third Street, Portland."
Orders by mail or boat promptly filled.
Oregon City Sash & Door Factory
Sash, Doors and Mouldings. Turning of all kinds,
Special sizes of doors and windows made to order.
Estimates for stairwork. ' Orders promptly filled
The New Remedy. - - Absolutely Pure.
A. GREAT SUCCESS.
Thousands Already Cured-
Within only ten months this truly remarkable medicine has found Its way
Into the very best families, because it cuanD thu sick. No disease too pow
eriul to resist its womlerful attacks. It cost nothing to investigate. Send
for book containing full lniormation.
KA1HJI S MintOIIK KIIXKm CO.,
. SJ Morrison tit., Portland, Or
Exclusive Agent for Clackamas County, THOS. CBARMAN & SON,
Oregon City, Oregoa.
Lumber on hand and can fill
Their stock embraces t
trades of Dressed Lumber, Lath.
orders before the Spring rush.
': the : city
and nobby designs; Perfo