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PVBMHHKK AMI I'KOI'RIKWR.
umClAL PAPER CP CITY ADD COUNTY-
can't si'it (nrii.
vkm Ki-vicw: Mr, CW-laml's ml-
VltUU Vll) Elllll LHloL. niutdoori of two tMnjf, oltlicr ahaml.m
" Ittslwwtilit.vtopMivtlimorput that hiwttl-
r...ti a . j My into MtMUl eftivt. The tvimltlicnn
; (varty a politiol prciuntHn can atlnht ! immslintum will h tliintilntli(i ton lmv
; - j ,0 wai vvly, y,,mi,jmj,j. (is fHi am j uiuitr of tli roil( h rv howling now
IA.JS. MICSSlCliVIv, i ' "irwt iin tlu industrial intrrestof unw hi victory, tamrhotty i Rotnit to l
i mv country 01 rviuru to int tranc, usual ucctMvoil ami li!t)i(HinleU, ll cannot at
j a return shall t ma.le, in luk or in part, j the .nunc lime imvl tin fvpwlttlions, of the
j tlipy would bv no worse for republican than j niom-ol interest of New York city aiut
I ,,r itcmiVratn. Hani limps, likem! limes, j the llulists ot the western prairies,
;" hs" ,1.v people, irrespective ot, looiiiNo ruttM,
, vMUMncr.Tm.iioanxu.mMii.rmmn Kast Orvjfootan; The olWseeker I at-
i.ivir .,, , r...-..o.,, ui.n mmianiemat ; Wil,lv ttlm4l Bml CMtirn
principal is in no daiip-r of overthrow. The J aU(U, ,, ,0 rtM,. llH1,,illn
9m. my tvYli,v.e,l, hut its tin's cannot he I for , ,c seeks, Ihul i' it ha.ln't
l'H ol. j been for htm the democratic eamllilMc
wouldn't have lieen in it.
- J Aibkkt A. IVpk, of UoMon, who tuts!
. - - , ..I, , . .1 ,i i.t. rnv cx or.
Kmer4 at .he IV. oc In Oretoo City, Or.. I nw f " " r"'"1 1 Kune Krister: The wwr look
seout d.M .aer. ; -."cs.ion, has .u . jH-n.,,.,, nt .he . .,,.. Kllsr. , ,, ' ,. . '
. -. scl eral Kwermnent lt cstahlisli a depart-1 , ' , v ' , , ,,, . . , : "
; . - , , , land. Now what part w hev ak ii the
' ineiit of nvAtls sunt dr liv Ihikt ivf L-rii-iillni'tt '
FKIPAY. SOYKMBKK 25, 1S;2. ...... . ., . ' . dis.rtlmlion ot Ihe.vermnent oltuwr
S.scrtpoens syshle lfi tvnee
Aitvertising nu'i fiveu ou aplicaUon
While all will admil the mw.wiiy of good j
! rvds yet there .mist t a limit to the ov er- j
! si.ctit assumed hy the national (nvverninenl
IMS r I IKK II1M.
The KSTKRVKISK rraHte tarter bona-. ... ' , . . , ! Kat trc,n.ttian: K. W. Mitchell, colonel
de e irlU.tha that other three u fe ; , diirw, j hy the grace of tiovemor IVunoyer. Is an
" ,h L!!", : ' of a state like Oregon to agree u(h.., road " '- important oltU-e ..f whvlor
leirisUtion. ltownmchinoreenmhersomelofo,,"on,'t Nl-it. Mr. Mitchell laa
AGENTS FOR THE ENVKKPRISK. . ,ie ml, lp ,aclim,rv Hwme Kt,,n j i IHvpular and intelligent man, hut he Is ti'i-
t til ht.it tf lh nati.it. TttM .Ira..
i thcr eniitl.tl to nor til for the oltic to hicli
"vvKnu'M lfi"!? internal ami coast in.provementa of '' ,l,'rM- Mr. Mllchell a H.puUrily I. of
W..Runya, ,ta,e wer. We believe that the ,0 ,um' "tnvial a character tolj uken
into co.isiiieration in this coiiuection.
rortland Uispatch: We n-ganletl It as
rather a joke when Mrs, l.ea-e name was
aniiouiH-ed as a candidate for the 1'nited
Vta.es sei.aie, but It it not only a fact that
she la in the Held, but has moat excellent
prospect of success. Kansas w as born In
sorrow, and heraltlictiouaare not yet ended.
Al l. THK IAN I CROW.
Some two weeks ago two well-known gen
tlemen ot Ikihbius, West Virginia, made an
agreement thai should llarrist.it be elected
the democrat should eat a live ral, and
sheuld Cleveland be elected ie versa. The
democrat, with characteristic liberality, con
sented that the rat should I cooked, and in
this com! li ion he was devoured hy the re
publican a few nights since In the loh
hius town hall. The laller gentleman is re
ported to have said that the ill-fated rodent
tasled much like crow.
progrea of (Vn.
sumption. In all
It's tsulmr stm,
It cttn I curat.
It's a acrofulout
alfw'that of th
iimgw a Mood
Unit and, aa tu
every oiher f.ri
of scrofula, lr,
nervvV Ooldoti MihIIcwI Ihsooverv ts a er
tain rotmty. Hut it nut-t l. taken In Uiue
-snd Note is the time to tnke It.
It punll.w the l.isl tlmt'a tho secret.
Nothing acts like it. I. a the ttit -b'tit
auvivgth -rwrtorer, l.l.t ckwnaer, ami
(lean buildiM- known to lm-ll. til acicuce, KiW
W.svk l.uur.-, Snituuir of Hlood, Hnmchi.ls,
Astliuut, t'a.ari'li, and alt Imei'tniS foughs,
tt'a a remedy tliat's (m.iiiiiv,(, in evwry
caae, hv tnillt cutw
If (t diswn't, Itw nnuiev la returned.
In other woiits. I. sm'I.I un finit.
No other medicine of lis kind in
Ami tlutt prove, that tHHhing else I " Jnrt
as gvsl " as Uie " i'-wvMvvrv."
I lie tlealer la tluuking ot At pmllt, nut of
yoMi-s, when he urgns siahething elan.
juiik "t youraeu wiuiu u iikeiy w ue ue
Wo Imvo jiiHt oHttol ntiotlior litrgo Invoioo (if-
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS,
Hought tlirt'ft from llin
....... A Vt
G J. Trallintjer J w'' H'lesliou is largely a local one and that
K S Hramhsll f t)( stale should legislate to promote the lst
t has tiiumsii ; , , '
W. ewhrry . possible improvements.
Henry Stiley I
Hamilton Visshburn ! ... , - , , . ,
. Mrs. ts. A 0hetrd i " "t hope of greatly increased sales
j g osje I of manul'aclurevl goods to this country atig
' . . c. T Howard ! mentevt hy democratic surt-esa, the Berlin
?. ""''T r i bi-melalic ixinierenc is far lesa likelv to
- N. M. slooOy , . . . . , ... I
K. M. Hsrimaa ' succeed to ils object than would have been
H Jennint ; the case had the result been different. Ku-
r. l,tey . . . .......
L.J Perdue ropesns hope and exct to ship to America
H. N ilneru j vast itiau.ities of gvnxls making the hal-
". - Jc" Klilott "nc of tr,le ,h'ir f"vor inMrmi of
F G.wsch against them. This balance they would pre-
Mrs. W. M. Mcln.yre I fer in gold, hence they are likely to prefer a
w Curri" ! single standant in the conference- Had
.Mrs. .11. J . Jisiiiliirr
i conditions indicated a balance in favor of
; this continent they would have been hi-
I !tvt a full supply of money which
I wish to lonn on go.nl
ILACKAMAS COINTY FAKMS,
Of 40 Rotes or mow on tlu
moMt fitvoruhW terms.
Call ami soe mo
NO DELAY APTEE TITLES ARE EIAM1NED.
Thi increase,! enrollment in the puhlic
schools is crowding them to their fullesl ca-
TVeitV Slid W Itevr m-lnwvl hililiiinu. U mi nr.
, ... omi i) rvia soi'vtsiua.
, a,, aim ..-i, , , it itr I i?ii it-til y Ul r.t V hiiii ' -i . I I, r ' t , . . .,
., ,i ... , t , , . ' j The worlds fair souvenir ha l- ollar,
rails lew desire to be attached to this dis-! . .... . ,. . . ... '
w ipivnm, mm w lilO flltASV aritsiit pin
The New York Press ot November IStli
wntains an a.tvertisenient in which txcurs
-e wm five smpte gronuas ana ereci moo-, ,rie, fof ,h(f pr,HM0f eu)Vils ,ie benefits
rn and well-equipped fsclorie arid give rent - , , . .
. t t i ot a grailed school loev should move to
free for twen.f years lo nianntaciiirers of repu-1 .
tattoo desinm. ,1 loca.lng .heir b.,Ses plants ' m ' us tb n",," f P"P''
M - ; be provided for will intlnence this district
The name ot the place is here added, j in determining the sic U build the new
Tliia advertisement should be a lesson to i chixl building. There is not much timet
us, inasmuch as we bar our hope of future ; 10 sl'ar before the annual meeting In
jfreatness on the bmiitm rtories March prior to which date any changes con-
in otirmiM. To meet such an inducement j tenipian -Wuild be completeit,
as this what are we doing, or w hat have we riammm
toorTer? It isgeuerally undershxxt that the ; Sksatob Allisi.s of Iowa charac.eris-
rower lonipauy otters uulucenients lo null j ucany says ol Hie situation, The result of ; eat,., smt nthcra troni
men mine snaiwot tree power ami sues, ine taie eiecnon recalls lo niinu the lute of ouantitieg and thus cornerin the si
W. H. BURGHARDT,
Loral A(ent nf I he
IirTis-Ccstni! mum Trust tmmi
Do Not Climb the Hill !
ever issued from the mint. All of these
souvenir rdn, except live, are being sold at
a uniform price of 11 each. For the tl
coin struck ol! J1U,H has already been
fered, and various prices have been hid
the -teeth, I IllM, island .he last coin. Ie
siring thai these souvenirs I distribute,! as
widely as possible among the people, and
that all, irrewctive of locality, have an
eiual chance to obtain them, the ruposition
""Titles have thought to prevent syndi-
jnia is wen ana as tt snouta oe. ine j me man wuo tnougnt ne was til and took a the contrary they have arranged to supply
Company expects with the development of j dose of medicine with the result that it banks, business houses and individuals In
tne power Here, amt m me improvement ot , maue mm sick, tie aitds, t 'erhaivs that . aj parta of the country with
wuica .ney are spenuing large sums oij win oe me way a aemocratic aoministra
tnoney, to receive remuneration in sales of! tion willaftect the country." The "any
power, and increased values of land of j thing for a change" policy may bring condl
which they hare good holdings. But The j tiona not agreeable to those who wereehietty
instrumental in brnging about the change.
2 George C. Ely's
ElyvUIe, - Oregon,
Where you t'ttn get the hijjhont
caah priiH for
Butter, Egg and Other Farm
Company" is not the onlv one that has been
benefitted by recent growth of the place
wnico nas rvsimea in increasea values, ah j Xiu Marion County Democrat savs: "In
owners of realty both large and small have j Forest Grove, the town hoodlums' egged a
anareu tne Prosiniy oi tne past and win democratic procession last week. We want
be mutually benefitted by future improve- j to emphasize the Tart that this waa in Forest
nienU. Is it not then the duty of every ; Grove, Oregon-not down in Mississippi."
citizen to help to secure factories here by The Democrat failed to add that In repub
cflering inducements calculated to bring ( ican i)r,gn theeirg throwers were arrested
tbem. Let this community, from the day jand punished while in democratic Missis
laborer to the retired business man or sipj,j they were not molested. Tell the
farmer w ith a few thousands saved up, be- j hole truth. What is that about half the
come a mutual aid society with the com- truth being a whole lie?
mon purpose to uo each his snare to build
op the town, estecially by bringing facto
ries, and it will bother the most active to
keep pace with the development of the city.
Such a policy will surely result in great
good and will in a very short time make Or
egon City renowned both far and near for
ber energy and public spiritedness. Mean
while all will lie benefitted financially and
be better citizens for the interest taken iu
the advancement of the common good.
they may desire to distribute among their
patrons, customers or friends.
A aR-i:St.tCS CH.lVITItHlsTIC.
New York Press: The present cry that
the career orthe republican party is ended
comes from the same party which in l.)H
declared the republican conduct of the war
a failure. The trouble with the republican
party is that it refuses to atay defeated.
Full lino of new gools at prices
lower ihan Oregon Citv.
The following is the list of letters remain
ing in the ftoat office at Oregon Citv, Oregon,
November 24, ixul:
Drown, Richard Livingston, Win
Brown, Krunk C I.ow, Antonia
Hurgett. Mrs I-aura Matthews, K.rnest
IH-Iliiker. Mrs Frank Matthews, Missllessie
Klmore Brtw. Mason, Misa Mela
tturdner. Lance Ilolan, Mrs Mav
fiilkie, Mr Spencer, liarrv 1'
(Iran, Mr K Hummers, Ir"
Jlarns, Mr V .Smith Fred
A CLEAN RECORD.
The New York Sun says of President
Harrison's administration: "The twenty
third president of the United 8tates w ill go
ou. of office on the 4tb ot next March, hav
ing earned the resect and sincere esteem of
his fellow countrymen, democrats as well as
"While the political fates have decreed
that Benjamin Harrison shall figure in his
tory as a one-term president, tiiat one term
will stand without the disfigurement of any
serious scandal, and marked with many
creditable deeds and important public serv
ices. " It is a pleasant tiling to remember that
in the canvass just ended few words have
been said or written concerning Gen. Harri
son which represent him as anything but
what he is, namely, a man ot superior in
tellect and elevated character, and a chief
magistrate whom the country can always
regard with admiration."
Fot a years ago there was a determined
effort made to divide Clackamas county by
attacning a part ot tt to Multnomah. It is I Jiackley, Mr Massie Smith. J W
worthy of note that a number of the most ! Johnson, K tS Whiten, Mrs I. W
influential men who favored division then j K''"" Arthur M
are opposed to it now. Presumably they) I,calle1 for. I'lcase say when advertised.
recognize the rapidly changing conditions 11J ". r. at.
which are destined to make Oregon City a ! Jiotire,
great manufacturing center in the near fu
lure, and wish to remain to share iu the
Obeuoh Citv has long desired increased
transportation facilities to and from Port
land. Now that the motor line is being
built within the city limits ought we not to
make use of the opportunity and give the
town a good lift? If no one knows of our
improved proscts no one will come here
to help in building up the town and sur
rounding country. Why not "toot our
own horn" in a modest way?
The republican party was defeated but it i
is Jiot going out of business just yet, as!
gome seem to think. The party is based on j
solid principles, whose soundness has been
thoroughly tested. For nearly thirty-two
years this nation has been controlled by the
principles of that party. The almost uni
versal prosperity and unparallelled success
of this period attest their value. And now
because a change is ordered by the voter
must it follow that the party cannot stand
defeat and must go to pieces? The principles
of the republican party cannot be downed
at the beck of pettifogging politicians of the
rainbow chasing sort. The Inter Ocean
Bakitig of the party's future says:
"The Republican party is not dismayed
by defeat now any more than it was in 1850
or 1884. It accepts occasional disaster as a
part of the fortunes of politics under a pop
ular form of government. The democracy
will now be put upon trial. From 1885 to
1889 it was hedged in by ft republican sen
ate. Now, with the aid of the populists of
the senate, it will bare majority, and after ,
The Oregoidan makes K. Scott's proposi
tion to work convicts on the roads the sub
ject for a favorable editorial. The great ob
jection to convict labor is that it brings
cheap labor into competition with the indi
vidual. This would not be true in follow
ing this plan as it would result in improve
ments which would otherwise remain un
done. It would not cost much to try it.
The trick of the democratic managers in
having I'ierce's name printed twice on the
same ticket has resulted in a majority for
him on the face of the returns. 8o far as
the result is concerned it matters not that
the trick is successful, hut in view of the
plain statement of law that no one's name
shall appear more than once on the ticket it
is a good time to test the ipiestiou.
The Kansas legislature by the election
of Mrs. lase as United States senator
would plant a deep thorn in the side of the
democratic senate. Wouldn't that party
squirm and twist to find a valid excuse for
refusing her a seat.
AH person indebted to the firm of
Fields & Son will pleaso call and adjust
their accounts immediately aa the es
tate must be settled. Respectfully
4t Fikldb A Son .
The Northwest Reform Journal, the peo
ple's party organ, sports a crowing rooster
at the head of its columns. It is not afraid
now as before election to air its democratic
Wat Bob Miller's "ineligibility ' make
him ineligible when it comes to sharing the
loaves and fishes? It is a poor rule that
won't work both ways.
Those who have been successful the past
year can be thankful for that, and the rest
of us that it is not worse tnan it is.
C. 0. T. Williams is now doing busi
ness for himself at the old stand next
door to Caufield & Huntley's drug
Ladies' and Gents', robes at Holtran &
Warner b Undertaking parlors. If
The latest in visiting cards at the F.N
tehckisk Okfick. Prices to suit you.
La xii f lkahino. Contracts tnken for
grubbing and stump-pulling for any
nurnliei of acres. Good woik guaranteed.
Address J W. LaMak, Park Place.
Pronounced Hopeless, Vet Saved.
From a letter w ritten by Mrs. Ada E.
Hurd, of Groton, 8. 1), wo quote:
" Va8 taken with a bad cold, which set
tled on toy Lungsf cough set in and
finally terminated in (Jorimnription.
Four doctors gave me up. Raying I could
live but a short time. 1 gave myself up
.0 my naviotir, determined if 1 could not
stay with my friends on earth, I would
meet my absent ones above My hus
band was advised to get Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all,
eight bottles; it has cured me and
thank God I am now a well and hearty
woman." Trial bottles free, at G, A.
Harding's drugstore, regular size 50c.
We hat e money to lonn on improv
eil tirniH in the Willamette
valley, on five and ten
At tli' lwist Kate Interest
All of which wo hitvo mai'kol nt our tiHtutl low priced. Aino,
nn excellent itHsorttnent of I'liihlren's, Minuet.' utxl Ladies'
CLOAKS AND ULSTERS
AT LKSS THAN UXK-II.W.K OltKUNAI. 1'KU'KS.
Don't fail to call in early nnl neenro lutrgninii we are now oll'eriiijj,
HAMILTON & WASHBURN,
PARK PLACE, OREGON.
At price never lieforu
dreamed of in Oregon City.
Write or call on
J. O. BOZO UT II,
Agt. Manhattan Loan Co., Rood
No. 7, 21") MorriHon St., I'ortland
ABSOLUTELY PURE DR.UGS
n A. HARDING.
COMPETENT PHARMACISTS EMPLOYED
Fine PerrraerlES and Toilet Articles.
Also fc t, stock of
FA-IlTTtJ- OILS, ETC.
DR. L. WHITE,
JAPAN JB SB
A new and complete treatment, coiihImIiik (if
8iippofU)rle, Ointment in Cniile, alun In
Box anl Pllln; a ponltlve euro for Kxterual,
Internal, Blind or bleeding, Itehlnir. ''hronlc,
Kecent or Hereditary Fllen, and many dlneaiei
and female weaknemen; It I. alwayn a great
benefit to the general health. The firt dl
ooveryof a medloal cure rendering an operation
with the knife unnecemmry hereafter. Thli
remedy has never been known to fall. l per
box. 8for W: ent by mall. Why mifTer from
thin terrible dteae when a written guarantee
In given with alx boxen to refund the money It
not cured. Hend .tamp for free nample. Ouar
ante lumied by WoouiRDCUBKg A Co, whole
sale and retail drugglata, aole agenta, Portland,
Over CauAcld'i lirug Nlore,
Office day from the Im to 1st la of eanh month.
Artificial tenth on nil, her. firm ('Ih, lift.
Oold rllllugH from I'J up. AH
MOODY & VAUGHAN.
MO L ALL A, OREGON.
Leaders in Low Prices.
AN DIS R SON WALKER,
PAPER-HANCING AND KALSOMINING.
I carry tho lament and bent HHnorted stock of wall tHier ever brought
to Oregon City, and will Hell at rortland prices. J,et tne give you
figtiruH on your work,
Shop on Seventh wtrect. near Center.
Their stock in complete in
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes, Notions, Etc,
Country Produce Handled.
VOI R UMH HEALTH
thimiilaoii Hid i iiiiillliiiii nt viinr atoiimeli
aim liver. J lienu inuko your lilnml K'"l
l the greatent ol natural ton inn for th ntnm-
anh and liver. It regulate both unruly and
Are you bllllona?
Are yon cointlpated?
One TciiHpoorifnl of Mooi- h Ho-
vealwl Kenn dy will give
0. It, Heeiio a well-known Hcnttle ilrugglnt.
nay Moore'n Revealed Kumedy cured liini of
novere billion headachoa,
lfc.8oM by all drugglita.
W. H.COOKE, Manager,
Hucvemur In I!. t II. Co.
Comer Fourth and Main Streets),
Tim LKADINU L1VKKY HTAHl.R
ot tlui Citv. Kiii of ailV fli.ui'rlitlim.
fumiHlunl un short nutlea.
All klntln of Trnt k mid IVIiviiry Husi.
ihihh promptly atturidml to.
Ilornna Hoarded ami Fed
KEAL ESTATE & INSURANCE
NOTAHY PUBIJO & COLLECTOR.
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
' -A. 1ST ID .
BOXES OF ANY SIZES MANUFACTURED
Parting ilMHlrinif Wood Turning. I'at
torns, Brackets, or
Shop Carpenter's Work
Will be Suited by Calling on Me.
Doors, Windows and Blinds
GK EC. BESTOW,
rOpp. the Congregational Church