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Oregon City Enterprise.
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Mla Ural Mniiiluy nl h month, at K. nl
T Hall, Oregou City. Vlalllug oomradoa uiaila
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niant nl Oregon.
Maala In arhmil houaant Newly nil Rrat Hal
unlay In eai'h month al 1 o'cluek p. m. All
Oumrailna niaila welroma O. II. Hyi.akii.
W a). 1 HtiNt-MiN, A'ljt. 0mitiaiiclir.
TmTLk Ku. l7oKKOiN CIT PATBIAK
Marl aoon(t anil Innrlh Tuioulay tv.u!iit
tl7.au at KnlgliUvf fyllilat hall
I ratal. orai'la.
K. I'aiwTaa, Hwrnary,
ANIIKf.lt IIOKKH I.OIIUK. No.
i, HllNM OK
Maria avara Ruudav at 1 o'clock ,
raan inhl.a. i-ra.
Tl'ALITIN UKANOK, MO. HI. P. of II.
Meata laat Malunlay ol each miiulh al Ihalr
hall lu Wllaiinvllla. H. B. lUaay,
Miaa Mm. a 8HAr, Hco'y. Malr,
WAHNKH (IHA.-OK. No. II7.P of II.
Mart fourth Hatiinlay nl varh monlh. at thalr
ball In Naw Era, J. t'a.tn. Maaiar
K. 0. MaiMiM-a. Kaf'y.
bl'TTK CHKEKUMANUK,No.M, If. at h.
MmU al thalr hall In Maniuam, aMnnd Hal
nnlay In earn month al lu a. m. Vlalllug
J. K JACK, J.B. WHITK,
MOI.ALLA OKANOK.NO. 40, P. of II.
Maata at Ihalr hall at Wrlahl'a llrMiaontha
arauil Malunlay of aarh laontli at lu a. m
Kalluw meuiuara maila walroma.
, ItaunaH Wkiuht, Maater.
N II. luaaiix, 8iw.
OA VKI. LOIHIK, NO. M, A O. V. W
Maria arary Thnnulay avralnf at Knliht'a
hall. (.'Kllby. Vlalllui brnlhrra lu ail a Drlioina.
W. M. KNitl. W. M.
W H OaiaauK, Heronlrr.
CLAt'K AM Alt LolMiK. No. bl, A O. I' W.
Maria rlral anil Ihlnl Monday In aarh mouth,
I MtralKhi'a Hall Vlalllug brrtharn wrtiHima.
II. a. uibkib. U 11. JuNKa.
Kre. M. W,
KAIIJ I CITY UllHiK OK A. O W.
Maria aary arrond ami li.nrth Krlday aran
aulaarh mmilh In Odd Krlloara' hlllldlllK.
All aoliiuruing bralhran mitdlally Inrliml mat
land. IAH. WII.KINMdN, M. W.
AfHll.l.KH UUMiK, NO, S K OK P.
Mrrta rtrry Krlday nighl at Uia K. of I', hall.
Vlalllug Kiilgnta tnvltvd
lr Ai KHMAN, C C.
J. K HHoia, K. nl K. and I
HT. jnllN'H IIKANCIl, NO. W7, 0. K.of A.
Mma rvrry Tuwlay rvrnlua at tlirlr hall
rornar Main ami irntn enrrrta, iirrvuu i iiy.
. w. Hru,ivan, I'n-a
NKW KHA W, C . H.
Mrrta Aral Katurilay In each month at thalr
hall lu Naw Kra. Frtaiida ol thrirauao ara lu
Tltrd In ba inarnt. Maa. Cl JoilNauH,
Maa. KAaTMAN, Fraaldrnl.
:ANHY LOIHIK, NO M4. 1 O. O T.
Mrrta evrry Hatiinlay arrulng at Knlht'a hall
Cauliy Vlalllng nirmbrra alwaya inailo wel
come. WtuioM HHAKK, W.C.T.
i. J. Cm. Hre.
MKAUK HKI.1KK COKPH, No. IS, HKPAKT-
MKNT OK OKKUON.
Mra. M. A. Htuart, Praaldant
Mra. K. U CiKilirana,. Traaaurar,
Mra. J. B. Harding. - Hmrrury.
Mrrta on flrat and third Krldaya ol ranh
month In Council ( hamtirr, Mrmbara al onrpa
Irom abroad, cordially walcomrd.
COM'MHIA HOOK AND LA HliEB CO.
Mrata Drat Krlday ol aarh month at
Koiiutaln riialna hnuaa. C'H. Athky, Prra,
OH. I'u.uiw. BMi'y. CMAa Hithh. f'tm
KOI'NTAIN HOHK COm Mo 1
KrguUr moatluK, aiwond Wednraday In each
mouth at eimlna houaa. aaat till Main atrvet,
balwrnu Hrvauth and Klgluh.
1 Al-KKKMAH,Hr(l'y, I.ANI-K Oakdnkk, Praa
Kn. N'ton, Korrmau.
CATARACT HOHK CO. No.
Maria arcond Tnaailay ol rarh month at Cat
tract KiiKlua hoiiae. W II. IIowki.i., Prra
(I. II. Htow, Hec'y J, W. O'CoNnai.U K'ru.
HONH OK VKTKRANH,
K. D. Baker Camp, No. IN mreta every Aral
ami tnlnl Thuratlay evening ol varh moulh
K. K, Wiu.iAMa, ('apt,
UoLl.A Wool) lat I.leut.
C. A. IIuhman, Jr. l l.lent
K COMPANY. riHHT KK01MKNT, O. N. 0.
Armory, Third anil Main. Krgular drill ulght,
Momlay. KrguUr bualtieaa meeting, Brat
Monday of each month.
K S. Warren,, - Captain
J. W.Omionij, . - Flrat Lieutenant
T. P. KanilHll, - Hreond Lieutenant
F1K8T CONORKflATIONAL CHCKCH, KKV.
0. W. Liivab, Paator. Hervloea at II A. M. and
7 HO r M. Uiiudny Hehool after morning aer
Tire. Player meeting Wedneailay aveniug at
7:HOo,olnrli. Prayer meeting of Young People.!
Hoolely nl Chrlatlan Kudeavor (very 8uuilay
FIKHT BAPTIST CIIUKC1L Riev. Gil.MAH
Pakkkh Paator Morning Herviee at IliHinulny
School at l'Mf; Kveiilng Service tl:0; Regular
prayer meeting Wedneailay evening. Monthly
Covenant Meeting evory Wednesday evening
preceding the Drat Sunday In the mouth. A
oomlal Invitation to all.
HT. JOHN'S CHURCH. CATHOLIC Rkv. A.
Hili.kiihaND, Paator. On Sunday maaa at H and
It)..) A. M. Kvury aecond and fourth Sumlay
Gerninn acrmou after the H o'clock mini,
At nil other niaaaea Kngllah ermoua. Sunday
School at a im r. M. Veaiicra, apolngotltial
ubJi'Cia, anil Heitdllctlnn at 7:80 p. N.
MKTHOlilHT EPISCOPAL CHIIRCH.-Riev
Knw. Uittkmk, Paator. Morning aervlce at 11;
Snndiiv Hchooliil YiMt; Kvenlng aervlce at7;8U.
Kpwnr'tli Lcaitut. meeting Hiinilny evening at
fl:Hl; Prayer Meeting Thurnlay evoulng at S:80.
trnngera cordlnlly Invited.
FIHST PKKHHYTKKIAN OHUKCH.-Rkv. 0.
W. Oiiiiinkv, Puator, Servlcea at 11 A. M. and
7 80 r. m. Hnhhath School at 10 a. m. Young
Pooiile'K Sue ety of Chrlatlnu Kudeavor menu
everv Sunday evening at 6:80. Wednesday
veiling priyer meeting at 7:80. Soati Irco.
E V A N I) C I .IC A 1. CH II KC II Reverend A iiotmT
Eknki. nl the Kvangelleal Aaaoclallou, will hold
aervlrca overy altcnmte Sunday at 11 A. M
other HiinilHV t 7:80 P. M. Prayer Meeting
every WndnoMlny evening at 7:80. Herman
Halilmtli Kchoiil every Sunday at 10 A.M.
UNI I'lO HBKI'HKRN ClItlltCH.-ReT R.
Mii.i.kii, piiHtor. Borvicea flrat and third SnniUy
In each mniitli at Oretnu t:lty, t II a. m. 7 p.m.
ecoml Sumlay at Mountain Honie at 11 a. m l
fourth Suuiliiy at Harmony achonl houae at 11
a. m. I'm er meeting, Oregon City, Wednenday
evealng. Sunday aohoul, 10 a. m.
Till: CITY COUNCIL
TWO VO'I'HM Kil l, TIIK COW OKIH-
NASCK A I a A I N . '
Twflllh Ntrcft i.'ntilt The NphtiHi
Mrict Tax Haiti Oi iIiihiiii v
For l.olli ri'i,
CiiiiiiclIiiMin Cliitriiiiui mill Coclirittie
were nut iroantit ut WwltiHailiiy nlxlit'
ouiincil mnuliiiir. Tlit'y iiiiaaiiigiiiii (tin
ml cuil tliti cow oriliimni't) lu tail.
Jumna Hligw ollnrcil to mill Uin iti'
aMljnlnliiK lliu pri'MHit city reiiinUiry for
1 1(H) nn acio, Tim projiuelllun ai ro
forrtnl. A lielitluii to Imve a uruilu ealali-
HhIhiiJ on Vanlilntoii itrt mM mo-
at'iitml mill on a niotiun to xrunt it kihI
imliliah notice of miiiii tlinru u Homo
loliHlo liy U'Conimll mill Ijttuuretto,
the (oruiur iiiulntuUiiiitr lliHt tlilg wnatlm
projHT time to onliir pulillrittlon of notice
mul the UUnr tlmt no noiico gliuukl be
iiiIi11IiimI till the turvry glioukl le
muilo nil tlie proper gimlu KtwrUiiiHil.
Nolile tultl lie wouldn't vote for miy
more ilrvot linprovemuiittill tlie Kevimth
Klreut Imali aliouM be letllvd. IWfore
Hie motion ti put Ltourtle lUted
tlmt 111 only objection wa tliat it pro
vided (or publication of notice too soon.
The motion waa loat by viva voce yoU.
Then IjiloumUe iiiovnd (or a mrvey of
the (treat but lie didn't gut a aecond and
buaineai procvedvd .
The rerorder reKirUd that there bad
liiM'ti four can of diitorderly conduct be
fore him during January In each of
which a fine of 5 waa iuipuftcd. Two
paid and two went to jail. The chief of
police rejiorted that the ntiiaancea com
plained of In the creek near the Khool
liouae had been abated. The city
treanurer reported a balance of 4,2.rO.Oy
In the treaaury. The following billa were
allowed: Willamette Kalla Klectric Co.
124.17 and fKWU5; John Kelly, ftifi; J.
8. runlom,75; W. K. Coomer, $1.60;
Chris Iloberg, .r2 ; L. L. I'orter,:l0;
Cbaa. Itolda, $8 ; Oeo. iUoughton, $141.
77; Fred ("barman, $f5.60.
8, It. (Jrven's bill was referred back to
him for correction, becainie it contained
a charge of $2 (or each name in the
Seventh street delinquent Hat advertise
ment, while the contract with the city
paper would permit a charge of but
forty lx centa for a whole inch.
WILKINSON ON TKKK (Tl.TI Hg.
The cointuittee riiort reoonimenditig
the purchase, of ehhile Ireca for tlie parks
from Charlea Ctiltinit brotitht Wilkin
on to hia Iwt with a ilinacrtulion on tree
culture, lie uid the reason to man y
trtvi died on the city parka wa that the
ground waa not cultivated ; the young
Ireca ara merely stuck in the ground and
left to lake care of Iheniiwhea, and of
course many of them die. Th e ground
ahould bo cultivated In potatueaor some
other root crop (or at leaat two yeara
a (tor the tree are planted. lie waa in
favor of leasing the city parka to some
responsible purty who would cultivate
them proerly and take care of the trees,
lie would give such person the line of the'
parks for bis service in raining potatoes
and protecting the trees. Me moved to
amend the (lending motion for the com
mittee to purchase and plant trees by
iiiHtructing the committee to lease the
parks to be cultivated two years. This
novel idea seemed to strike the council
broadside. Latourette seconded the
amendment and the question was about
to be put when O'Connell stated his
opinion that it was not within the prov
ince of the council to leaee the city parks
for agricultural purposes; it bad no
power to do so, no power to keep people
from going upon them, and be was not
in favor of tlie scheme even if it were
legal. The amendment got not a soli
tary vote. The original motion carried.
COUNCILMAN l.ATOl'KKTTK ULOATS.
The committee on streets and pub
lic proerty roported that L. L.
Porter and J. W. O'Connell, who had
bid in some Seventh street property sold
for the improvement assessment, de
clined to take the property now and he
asked for instructions. Porter suid the
reason he did not care to take the prop
erty was that the city was not in position
to give posseasion which was a material
part of the purchase. O'Connell had
the same reason . Thereupon Latourette
became amused. He ridiculed the idea
of the council's instructing the collector
to give a warranty deed. He could not
discover any good reason why the par
ties should decline to take the property
If there was such unbounded confidence
in the result of the litigation. Mr.
Latourette here had reference to the Biilt
be Is prosecuting against the city which
be so assiduously defends as council
man. He was magnanimous enough to
sympathise with the parties and was
willing to let them off, but thought they
should be compelled to pav the costs in
curred. The committee's recommenda
tion was adopted, only Latourette voting
Latourette'a add speech brought Re
corder Porter promptly to bis feet and
he proceeded with some spirit to Instruct
the councilman in some of the rudiments
of law. He suid one of the prime re
quisites in transaction of the kind
under consideration was that the possess
or ol the property should be given. The
city bad a perfect right to authorize the
collector to execute a warranty deed if it
chose to do so. A warranty deed gave
no better title than a quit claim except
that It contained a covensnt to refund
the money or protect the title. His bid
was upon tlie express uiiilDrslutiding
that tlie city should give a warranty deed
and the possoHxIiin required, and if the
city would do that its money fur the
projierty was ready. Hut he didn't care
to take the property utile") poaaeaHion
was given. He didn't aak to he lot olf
and would certainly not piy the expense
TIU COWS VICTOHIOIJS.
The ordinance fixing license for fruit
venders, eto., at 5 per month was
amended by putting "100" in place of
"(5" and ordered published. An ordi
nance requiring that liquor licenses
should lie granted only by the council
upon petition signed by people of the
neighborhood affected and after notice
of the same had been published two
weeks was also ordered published. The
same action was bad in reference to an
ordinance Introduced by Latourette de
claring persons on the streets after 10 p.
m , having no good business tiiere should
de declared vagrants. Then the cele
brated cow ordinance was read the
Latourette said bo bad heard good
many opinions expresxed on the subject
since it was last before the council and
he thought he waa ready to move that
the oidinance do now pass. Hie motion
was seconded and the roll called when
Noble, O'Connell, Porter and Itandall
voted aye, and Wilkinson and Latour
ette no. There being tight councilmen
the ordinance waa lost under the rule
requiring that a majority of the (ull
council shall be required to pass an
Kor the first time since any body can
remember a distinct smile stiread over
the features of Councilman Latourette.
He left his seat and went around to
shake bands with O'Connell, but was
not at all cordially received. Wilkinson
said be was sorry the ordinance failed
because it was the most complete docu
ment be ever saw to take away the
rights of the people. He continued bis
informal remarks until called to order,
The chief of police waa authorised to
obtain a dog pound and to enforce ordi
nance No. 53 relative to dogs running at
large and an adjournment was taken.
FOR KIVEK IMPROVEMENTS.
The Ilouril ef Trade Adopts a Report
Showing Its Necessity.
A telegram was received from Con
gresatiian Hermann last Friday by
Mayor Nullivan asking that Inform
tion showing the imiKirtance of im
proving the navigability of the Wil'
lamette river be sent to N. C
LManchard, chairman of the congres
sional committee. Mr. Sullivan referred
the matter to President Cross of the
board of trade and by him it was re
ferred to the board's committee on navi
gation and railroads. A special meeting
of the board waa held on Wednesday af'
ternoon at the president's office to Jtear
the report of tlie committee and act in
some manner to urge the improvement..
The committee's retort stated that on'
Meldrum's bar there was a depth of but
twenty-two inches at low water, on Jen
nings's bar thirty inches, on Magoon'a
bar twenty-eight inches and at Roes
inland sixty-three inches, with a very
crooked channel. The extreme difficulty
of navigating the river at these points
and at Clackamas rapids was set forth
and the importance of making the
stream an open highway of commerce
was shown in the fact that during 1891
101,260 tone of freight were handled be
tween Oregon City and Portland and
8!), K90 passengers carried. The report
of the committee waa adopted and copies
ordered sent to Mr. Blanchard and the
members of the Oregon delegation in
A committee, consisting of E. M.
Rands, T. W. Sullivan and A. B. Gra
ham, was appointed to get the endorse
ment of the Portland chamber of com
merce. The report of the board of trade
waa also referred to the Oregon City
council for its endorsement. This en
dorsement was given at the council
meeting Wednesday night and the
further fact that the state of Oregon had
regarded the river navigation of suffi
cient importance to give a private cor
poration $200,000 to aid in constructing
locks here ordered to be stated in con -nection
A barn near Summerville, Union
county, was crushed In by biiow the
other day. Joseph Woods and Arthur
Oliver were in the barn with two horses.
Oliver was struck on the back of the
head by a board, which cut a large gash
in his scalp and knocked him out
through the door; Woods and the horses
being near the manger, were cauuht be
tween the descending roof and the
manger pole, which broke the neck of
one of the horses and injured the oilier
so that ha died in a few minutes. Woods
was caught in the same manner as the
horses, that is, with neck across manger
pole, and his life was saved only by the
horses' necks being thicker than his
own. He was unable to extricate him
self from his perilous position and was
released only after several minutes' dili
gent work by parties on the outside.
Unsuspected disorders of the kidneys
are responsible for many of the ordinary
ailments of humanity which neglected,,
develop into a serious and perhaps
fatal malady. Experi nee would suggest
the U8o of Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and
HEAL ESTATE TKA.MEIW.
Deeds Filed for Itccord During the
Punt Wei k.
Oregon Land Co to Kdward
Powell I & and U b 43 Minthorn
ad to I'm Hand ,1
Edward Powell to Thomas and M
J Duffy 16 and 6 b 43 in Min
thorn ad to Portland 300
Emma Kggan and husband to
John Kchneider 1 17 b 05 Bell-
Hilvey Btuart et al to Marion John'
son 1 13 and 22 Clackamas Park.
O & C It K Co to 8 W Jones sw
nwVisI, tBs, r3e 100
Harvey W Forsytbe and wife to
Hamlin Richardson se' se! s27,
tls, r3e 1200
J II Lamlwrtand wife to HSchuk-
necht 1 7, 8 and 9 b 3 Cam
Rolert H Wilson to tauncelot A
Whereat 1 3, 4 and 11 b 28 0 I
ASCo'sad to Oswego 1000
Ferdinand Metzentine and wife to
L W Rivers t and
sc'i s 19, H sw1 and nw'i
nw'4s20, t2s, r6e, 2H0 acres. 2500
J M Overliolzer and wife to J W
English 1 15, 16 and 17 b 2, i 22,
23, 24 b 6.1 8,9, 6 and 17 b 6
Pleaaant Little Homes 176
J 11 Lambert and wife to M J
Brislin 1 7 b 19 Cambridge 300
Robert J Williams to N B Bruce
1 13 b 2 Fall View ad to Oregon
Henrv Ditttner to Amelia Berreth
1 8 a 33. 1 2 r 2 e, 11.00 acres.. 300
John Q Pilsbury and wife to Pau
lina Rolosky m w). 1,
1 2 s. r 2 e. 40 acres 800
W A Avery and wife to George
Mayer and Wllhelm Krueger pt
LASeeleyDLC. 3.51 acres... 218
Eli Rivers and wife to Harriet A
Woods 1 1 b 1 First ad to Park
Place . 200
William Barlow and wife U Sarah
Sophia Nodstrom 1 8 b 6 Barlow . 40
Luella M Shank and husband toG
Whipple nwj nw. a 28, t 3 a.
rle. 40 acres 1200
Charles E Porter and wife to Eliza
Watts 1 4 b 105 Oregon City. . . . 1100
COT Williams et al to Robert J
Williams 1 13 b 2 Falls View ad
toOretron City 100
Luella M Shank and husband to
Weldon M Shank. 10 acres. ... 400
If one may believe the Arlington
Record that town is in danger of being
buried by sand. It says : "Slowly but
snrely the sand below the north end of
Second street has drifted in the neigh'
borhood of the stock yards, until what
was five years since valuable lota and
improvements are now buried under
from five to twenty feet of sand.
Tlie figures given by the Oregonian in
its yeai ly review for 1891 show the follow
ing important facts regarding Portland
Bank exchanges. $102,590,109 ; number
of new buildings. 2134, costing $6,647
405 : wholesale trade $138,127,000 ; man'
ufactures, $30,854,608 ; real estate trans
fers, $11,020,608; postoflice receipts
$211,743; firms in business, 2231, capital
. The new collegu of the radical faction
of the United Brethren church at Philo
math has been destroyed by fire.
caught from a defective flue ; loss $2000.
The building was known as the Keesel
chapel and was erected about three
years and a half ago. There are about
forty students enrolled at the school, and
the losa. is very unfortunate at this time,
but the college will not be allowed to
suffer by reason of the fire, for already
they have arranged for temporary quar
ters and the college will be rebuilt in
the spring. It was insured for $800.
In the matter of the application and
appointment of Rnndolph Stricklin as
guardian of Oillie L. Hoodie, a minor
residing in Crawford county, Arkansas,
satisfactory showing beinjj made to the
court Stricklin was appointed guardian
for the purpose of making final proof and
obtaining patent for homestead entered
by Andrew J. Moodie, deceased father of
The last will and testament of Mary
But . is, naming Samuel Ramsden as ad
raiuistrator with will annexed, was ad
mitted to probnte and Samuel Ramsden
was appointed administrator. Inasmuch
as the value of the estate of deceased
was estimated at $800, the administrator
was required to give a bond in the sum
The administrator of the estate of
William Coad film! a report showing the
sale of personal property and the receipt
of cash $89.27 and notes for $238.44 and
it was ordered that the same remain on
tile awaiting final settlement of the
Willi a bottle of Ayer's Cbeiry Pecto
ral in the house, you bve an effective
remedy lor ull sudden attacks of throat
and lung troubles. An hour's delay
may lend to seiious consequences. No
household Bhould be without ttiis won
For the next few months you can get
upholstering at greatly reduced rates at
Holman & Warner's Call and you will
learn why we ar doing the work for so
Decorative Needle Work Supplies.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO STAMPING.
Commercial Bank Block, opp.
Portland Seed Oompanv
Seeds, Trees, Fertilizers, Poultry
and Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Etc., Etc.
No. 171 Second Street,
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
Carry the Largest Stock of
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Etc.
In Oregon City.
Special Bizee of Doore and Windows
Estimates for Stair
Furnished on application. Builders, give us a call, and see if our work
is not of the best, and our prices as low as the lowest Price List sent
Factory, Cor. Main and
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK OF FLOORING, CEILING, RUSTIC AND FINISH
ING LUMBER, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH. ,
Mill and Yard on the River, Foot of Main Street,
OREGON CITY. OR.
17 lbs. D. G. Sugar $1.00
18 to 20 lbs. Brown Sugar 100
100 lbs. D. G. Sugar.. 5.65
100 lbs. Brn. Sug. 4.40 to 4.65
Arbuckles Coflee... 25
Brownsville Clothing, Flannels, Etc.
HAMILTON & ALLEN, Clackamas, Oregon.
FARMERS, ATTENTION !
You will save money by takeng your M ACH I N E R Y to
Uio OREGON CITY IRON WORKS
The best of material used, and none but skilled labor employed.
Give us a trial and see if our prices are not as low as the lowest. All
work guaranteed as represented. All work done promptly. Special
jobs attended to without delay. All
Machinery Supplies Kept on Hand.
Castings furnished. Agents for Ward fe Brady's Celebrated Anti
Friction Metal, and Morrison's Self-Lubricating Packing.
JAMES R0AKE & CO., Proprietors.
Shop, 5th and Water Sts., Oregon City, Oregon.
Near Logus & Albright's Butcher Shop.
B'FITaT.OIVI'g' 5& BUSGHt
Furniture, Bedding, Stoves, Tinware,
3STOTI01TS, ETC, ETC.
Second Hand Household Goods
Of all kinds, Bought and Sold.
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN OREGON CITY.
Opposite the Post Office.
Post Office. OREGON CITY, OR.
made to order. Turning of all kinds
Work and Store Fronts
11th Sts., Oregon City.
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