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FRIDAY, AUUC.Vr 17. Ihiil.
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ClnckMmna Co. Directory.
(liirilmi K. Hay.
. K. Iliirtiiii
K, C. MnltiH'k
M. M llnii'.l.y
M I,. M.n.rt
J, !, llmillr-y
II. M IIIIi.oii
II. W Kliumltil
II. I.. II..CI,
I 1; lr-tit r1 Hi'uit
1 Kmnk JiiKiiar
J). .irk of Cnlirta,
To Meet tint iliiit'ti.
Tim MiiliHcrlptiott irli' (or tint Kntkic
fiimK IimhIh'hii rcilm i'il to f l.rVl iht year;
i rt'iil fornix iiiiiiiiIih. CiimIi In All
ium. Hiilm'rliirn piiylliK nt tin! imiiI of
in yi'iir will not 1m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 to tli im rn
iliirlion. Tim low print U inaile to iM
tint IIhI on ntHli IimnU ninl hi'lni'it nil
milmrrllM'iii to pity up, nml tmpuciully to
pri'Vi'iil iIimiiI hi' win (rum lukiiiK tint
pupiT nml nut pHyinn for It dy ri-iiwm of
llii'ir Im'Imk Inw proof, td'iliii'ml jirlco
will only coiiiiui-tlrii with (lulu of rif'H'Wul,
I'liia til ilktH tint r.NrKMI'flriK tint ('lirilf
cat piipir In ('lurk Minim county ilulit
Iiiikch ull liniiiit print Mini full of live
I wntit a (cw ttiMxl Urm luitna.
V. II, III III.IIAIIIIT.
Knichk's IIkaimi iik Cai'UVI.kn War
rniiti'i). Horn to tint wifu of V. A. Imitliy on
AiiKiiitt K'lli, a iluiiKlititr.
Now In tint limn to nut otm of tliow
cliolrn loin In llolton, T'Tinti urn cany.
TiiWMlitf Imlilnn ami fitvnrUli rliililrcn
liwil Sltliiiiiiia Hoolllii ' 1'owiluni.
Try thii in.
If your watch or clock niwd repairing
Ukt) llu'in to llnritii'luliT A Ainlrcwii,
Tliity jtnuruiiliMi all tlit'lr work.
Tlirro In not on the lnarktit any prop
erty no llrm tivit nil lioltun that uliVrt
mii'h liiiltii-oini'iitii to piirclmHcr.
Wo rarry (lie In-nt lino of roiifwtloiv
pry, fruit aiul ntita in tli rlty,
K. K. William, Tint Urotur,
1 ou will noon wInIi to ri'paKr your
liuiiwt ur nMvernl of lint rooum. H I..
Iliilinnn Ii4a jimt put In a firm aitHortini'iit
of in w itlyli'it.
For tint curriM't tluin, a clone nliavn,
ninl a lowol wild cvory nhavo with no
smell ot llio MoiiK'ilUn about it, rail at
Iluttiirirk H-iiai:ti Fitnhlun Plato for
Svti'iotx'r can bo hal fruit for the ak
liilt at Huntley' Hook storo. A n-ipiimt
on a poittnl card will a I no bring it.
Dm llii key A llirkiy will lie Intra
Friday anil Naturday of each it at
Itooui It, KliH'tilu hotel. Home olllce
117 aud IIH. IMcnm block, Portland.
II. ('. Hlevttna Iiiii completed rrpalr
lug the damage wrought by the flumes
in hia small Imildinu near the corner of
Main and Kixlli atreuta ami they are
Neat ranis are out announcing that
Mim lIul tin, daughter ut Mr. anil Mr.
J V. Hoot will Im marriiil on U'odnea
day the l':'J of AuKUnt at the home of
her parunta at Clackamiu to Mr. Horace
Iluriiii'lMicr A Andrcavn carry in adx'k
the laryttitt line of Uoiptr'a alivorwarein
the county uihracinf( apoom, fork,
knive, U' Mit. berry dlnlu, butter
diitluia, plckul ilinlit'H, cake haitketa and
TllKKK AKK I.ITKKAI.LV TIIOI'IANII Or
I'XOCI.K W HO AM LOOK ISO T3WAHI) OhK-
4ioN City ah a rtiTi'Ha iiomk Oi.ad-
MTONI, IT (IHKAT NOHTIIKHN il llLKII, Of-
rms Tiia iikht iniiucrmknt to i.nvkht-
0111. IAKIK 01 T rilH NKXT WKKK.
Pontura wttre notion out at thin ollhe
the pant week antnmni'lnn a Krand hall
at Nft'ily on tint evening of the -'ilh of
tli in inniith with ((. (I mimic mid free ad
minnioii. The oi'raniiiii ! llm dodication
of the lii'wr liupvrial luill. A irood tiiiio
Notice I Imrvby kIvcmi that nil owner
of don inunt pay licenno for them he
fore N'ptemlMir Int, 1HII4, a the ordi
iiunce will lie strictly enforced after that
dutu Ityonlnrof C. K. IH hnh,
Chief of Police.
Oreipin City. Or., Au. 1(1. It
The flrnt of tho week a Albert
Schmidli whh at work at the foot of the
flume which liriiiK the wood down from
thenawintr ronin whom it ia prepared for
the chipper in theaulphiie mill ho hud
tho miHfortune to tfet hurt with a heavy
-stick and had two rib broken.
A new hop honne ahowa up on J. 8,
Hialoy's fine farm below town which la
now nearly Incloned. When completed
it will to a hiiildini that would do
credit to any hop miner. Mr. Rinley la
one of tliCHH fanner who never half doe
by haivos thing.
IIorHeHhoeinK i a trade nt picked up
by every worker In h on it has become,
a Rcience. Try a professional ahoor
and see how much hotter the ahoita will
stay on your homo, aluo how much
bettor lie will travol. See Mnplo & Ray,
oppoidto Pope's hardware Htore. Gen
trul blucksinithing dono,
Tho IriHurnnce company In which
Herman Sulow had placed hi rik ad
jiinted the long the other day by agreeing
to pay him about $180. lie was insured
for L'OO. Tlio money would havo beon
paid when the adjuster were here but
the policy wu mlflriinK nml it was sup
PohuiI to have beon burned. SuIho
quently It wa diHcoverod, and Mr.
Sulow now exHicts to rocoivo his money
in a fow days.
The (iniiily Itmiiln Old and New
Niiiiiii (iiinil Klri Kllln ( luliiin
for I hi in iik I';
The report of the vltiwiir on the Live
nay road read and approved and road
ordered ojietieil. J'!xM'ih account of
I(eiort of viowor on the Inland road
read and approved. Motion of (ieo.
Huiulull to et anldii the report of the
viewer overruled ami hi claim for ilum
Me Not anldii. C. ('. !bciH'k, J. N.
Harrington ami J. K. tiraliiuu apoiiiti
to annenN ln iihiuhm on the claim of
McDoiihIiI and (lurduer to inert ut renl
delicn of claliuniil of ilauinuc at ID a.
in. on the 2,'ld of AiikiimI, Fxpeime ac
count of fill HO allowed,
Itelalive lo the renurvey of tint Fonter
and Milwaukee road it wan ordnrvd that
all proceeding heretofore hud in the
matter jut iJIninlNned.
I'jion the applii'utloli ol Win. lire
chid et l for a county road, I). W. Kin
liulrd wu apHdiited to nurvey the nutiie
w lib Jaciih Mundorir, J. F. Kocliler and
Patrick Iteynolil a viewer to meet at
the renldeiice of Frnd llolxinan on Kut
urday, AiikiikI 'J,') at 10 a. in.
PrMHiiiion of J, II. Daly to improve
tho rahbace road nenr MackMburg luid
over till the April terui of 1811,1,
ProHmilion for the improvement of
the llradley A Kichey nj I denied for
the rennon that the court i In doubt a
to I ho me being a valid road.
Application of K. 1). Itanuby for re
lief for Mr. MfCaiin who lont a home at
the lower Molulla bridge denied and di
iiiIkihiiI. Petition of Win. Muxeniro et al (or the
apHiintmcnt of viowor for a county road
denied for the reason that the jx-tition
doe not comply with the law.
Petition of Frank A liner t for a county
road Knuib'd and D. W. Klnnuird ap
pointed surveyor with Henry Wilnon,
Win. Howlutt and Henry (iitten a
viewer lo inwt at place of l'iliiiiiii(
Anoint at 10 o'clock a. m.
Application of A. J. Voder for a new
approach to the bridge aero lloi k creek
on the Marion Suumon road granted nd
cleik directed to advertine lor bids for
tho same to he opened at 2 o'clock p. mi.
Petition of F. Itath et al f ir a county
road Krantcd and P. W. Kinnalrd an
ointed surveyor with Henry Wllboru,
Win. Howlett ami Henry (iittens as
viewer lo meet at the place of bnrinniiiK
Tuenday, Aiiunt LM at 10 a. in.
The Mt(ition of Uriah Paine for the
vacation of a part of the Murray road
being detective the matter wa dis
inlniied. Proponilion ol J. Ilarlier for the Im
provement of the (. 8. Murray road laid
over till the April. IS!!.') term.
Itelalive to the care and keeping ol
Win. While it w ordered that an appro
priation of $10 per month be allowed to
date from July 20th to be drawn by K.
Covey and that the sum of $3.35
lie drawn for July.
The report of 8iiervlsor Cooke upon
the improve-nent to the rosd from
Faglo Creek to the German burn was
approved and the expenne account of
$40 ordered paid. j
Petition of W. K. Johnnon for a hndne
aero the Molulla river luid over till the
The report of A. W. Cooke, super-
vlnor of rod dinlrict No, 1 showing ex
penditure, for $10.2.'), mnteriul $71.87
and supervision $ l.r, approved.
Kcportof W. JI. Smith, tuporvinorof
road diHtrict No. 2 nhowinn exHinditures
of $202 44 for lubor, $0:15.70 for material
and $27 (or siiHrviion approved
Heport of (iito. W. I'ronner supemsor
of road district No. 4 showing expendi
tures, for lubor $174 .07, material $07 .80,
siiKrvision $20, approved.
Heport of Ktiporvisor Cooke relative to
the improvement of the Hock Creek and
linker Ferry bridge Mad approvod and
expense account of $:i;i3.53 allowed.
The ex inline amount of $158 15 in
currwl in the improvement of tho Faualda
Mill and Baker Ferry bridge road at
Uriinm's bluff ordered puid out of the
rtpprnpHnlion hfretnfote inudo for that
Heport of SiiH!rvisor Cooke upon tho
Improvement of the F.ugle Creek road
approved and the cost of same, $712.50
ordered puid out of the appropriation
heretofore set apart (or that purpose.
Heport of Supervisor Cooke relative to
the Improvement of the Longcoy and
Ambler road approved and the expense
account of $281, ordered paid out of the
appropriation heretofore mudo for that
Proposition of J. M. Strowbridge for
the improvoment of the Salmon road
luid ovor till the April terlh 1805.
A reward of $50 each was ordered for
the capture and return of each of the
three escaped prisoners, Al. Names,
Mort Edwards and Mort Green,
Report of Supervisor Cooke relative
to the completion of the approaches to
the Rock Crook bridgo approved and
tho expense, account of $253.20 ordered
paid out of tho general county fund.
Claim of Aniens for dumsgo to team
on account of dofoctive bridge considers
and the sum of $20 allowed.
Report of Wm. Barlow upon the Im
provement of county road approved and
x'ii0 account of $151 ordered paid.
Application of Mr. L. I', Clurk for
asHlHlaucii In inulnluiiilng herself and
family allowed and a wairunt for $7 pel
month ordered drawn In her favor be
ginning the first of August.
Itelalive to the collection of delin
ipielit mortgage, luxe it wus ordered that
Deputy jinlrict Prosecuting Porter pro
ceed to collect the same forthwith.
Tin) cluim of ,uy (iieen for road work
was luid over till tho HepUmiber term
of court when he and tho supervisor will
hit cited to appeur.
Report ot W. K. Carll as county phys
ician approved and a warrant ordered
IshuiiiI in his favor (or the sum of $250
for services during the pant year.
Jiiil of Robert I.. KuhmoII lo supply the
court house with wood at $1.70 per cord
Dr. 1), L. I 'a I mi was apolnU)d county
phyniclan for the coming year his hid
having Ih rn the lowest received.
Application of II. U. Kiminull for por
tion of the fund to be expended upon
the Walker mill road referred to Super
Relative to the bridgo work needed In
district No. 2 Hupcrvlsor Kmith was or
dered to procure the necensary maU-rlal
and have bridge across the Aberiielhy
at Jones mill rebuilt.
Application of K. Unison for a tax re
To correct error made by the sheriff in
account of sale of p'operty at tax sale
the treasurer wus directed to transfer
tothegeuurul fund the sum of $1.32
from the fund of school diHtrict No. 3.
Application of Jay Peach for refund
of poll tax granted a he is not a resi
dent of Clack ama county.
Petition of I. M. Miller for a county
road grunted and I). Wl Kinnalrd ap
M)i;iteil surveyor with Geo. Killin, Jos
eidi Johnson and Jus. C. Miller as view
ers to meet at the place of beginning
Application of Martin Muesig to run
a ferry at lloones Ferry granted.
Report of Commissioner Scott relative
to the Sandy bridge on tho Derrick road
approved and he directed to confer ith
the Portland Water Commission relative
to the building of an abutment above
Heport of Suiierviaor Jaguar relative
to the improvement of the Mulino and
Mcadowbrook road approved and Super
visor Smith directed to make the Im
provements as recommended in said
Application of C. C. Oghen (or the
purchase of the lien buhl by Clackamas
county to tho of the aw1 and w,l of
se1' of sec 11, t 0 s. r 2 e, 100 acres laid
over till the September term.
Ordered that $12 per month be appro
priated for the care and keeping of J.
Itonahaynen county charge to date
Iroin the first ol August, the wariant (or
the same to be drawn in (avor of Mrs.
Cleik directed to Instruct justices of
the in-nee relative to the form of report
required of them in reporting coses.
I' pon complaint of citizens that one J.
T. Hertsche was notifying them that tax
claims purchased of the county in 1803
were bought in 18t2 the clerk waa di
rected lo notify him to desist.
Heport of clerk, sheriff and recorder
upon the collection of fees (or July ap
proved. Warrant ordered drawn In favor of
Mrs. W. M. Rvans of Oswego tj assist in
uport of Mr. Gtass who is sick and
Mileage and per diem allowed com
missioners as follows: R. Scott, 4 days
including eqtra and mileage $18 80.
Frank Juggar Including extra $14.00.
The following bills were considered:
C W Gaining, sheriff $208 00
Glass A Smyth, pauper account . 9 25
Portland Hospitul 65 14
Jus Hlntoiil, copying 3 00
Judson Howell, clerks account.. 18 00
Electric hotel 1 50
Pope A Co., supplies 22 38
Story Bros., A Co., jail acct.... 12 00
Chas Long, ct bouse ex 1 25
Frank Ncldon " 1 50
L L Porter 10 00
C II Dye 6 00
J W Rennett, witness 2 50
J II Butdoiff, " 1 70
Wilson A Cooke, road acct 11 00
II II Johnson, surveying 4 50
Geo Zinr.erling, ct. house 2 50
W A Huntley, stationery 38 (10
Courier, dul tax list 000 45
E C Maddock, sheriff 77 00
Milliard Hyatt, sheriff acct .... 13 50
W J Davis, sheriff acct 2 00
E T Fields, " " 3 00
C W Noblett, " " 0 00
EC Maddock, jail ex 140 06
Entkri'hisk, stationery 128 00
Barlow Will Co., road acct 2 15
C H Dye, col del tax
II Straight, ct house ex 6 70
P Harris, pauper acct 12 00
J C Bradley, assessor 284 00
II M Wetherell, dep cty treas,. . 50 00
Jury ex, circuit ct. claimed $312
allowed 25 00
State vs Mort Edwards 18 40
" ' Green 22 15
' ' " Wm Ghiicot, et al 17 10
" " " J L Ball 40 25
" " " Chas Reynolds.. 41 35
" " John Doe and
Richard Hoe 5 35
Hard times Prices.
S. F. Scripture has reduced the price
a home shoeing to $1.50 per horse until
further notice. All work at bottom
prices. Many years experience insure
Married, al the renidenen of the
mot tier, Mix Mary Willi iiu
J. Wilnon. both ol this city
W. (illioncy nlllclKliiig.
After the ceremony and congratula
tions hnd ben completed, all were in
vited to the home prepared by Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson where a most bountiful re
past wu nerved to all invited guest
after which all were invited into Hie spa
cious parlor w here an hour was sent In
social converne and merriment. Many
valuable preMi-ntn were presented, and
wishing Mr. and Mrs. Wilnon a long
and happy life, returned, feeling the even
ing' entertainment hud been complete.
Invited guent were, Hey. G. W. Glbo
ney and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Rob
erts, Mr. and Mrs. M. Misatnore, Mr.
and Mm. G C. Watnon, Mr. and Mrs.
John McKay, Mr. and Mr. D. F. May,
Mrs. Robert Potter, Mrs. Singer, MUs
Surah Koliort. Gritce Ro(erts, Gertrude
Shaw, Mr. J. Moffat Slid K. Roberts.
Before going to the count you should
call at the Bower of Bouuty Mannnge
parlors, room 7, Electric hotel and ex
amine the fine lot of toilet good, alno
electric steamer for salve at reasonable
prices. No family can afford to be with
out one of these valuable articles.
Your phyniciun indornes them. All
hospitul and sanitarians use them.
Ladies, do you know Dr. Mary II.
Stanton's Femuline, the Famous Female
Specific, will cure all those aches and
pains peculiar to you, and will cont you
only $1 for one month's treatment? I will
send any lady a trial b"x, tree, who will
send me the names and addrewes of ten
ladies who are in delicate health. Airenfn
wanted everywhere. Write (or (ull par
ticulars to Mrs. L. M. Little, manager
wholesale western deiot, Houlton, Ore
Jlome-inaile lreail is recognized as
tho very best at all times andthecus
toruors of J. Egle the Shively building
baker asnert that (hey can not tell the
difference between bis bread and that
made at home unless it be that his is
ion! a little the U tter. But don't tell
your wife that .
Photograph Tent for Hale.
A good lent with dark room. Would
lie excellent for camping Will be
sold very cheap. Call at once.
E. N. Will, Sever.th St.
It Oregon City, Or.
250teckets $1.00:500 (or $1.35: 1000
for $2 .00 Send to the Oregon City Es-tkm-kisk
for hop tickets. Printed on
tough check witli growers name on.
Orders promptly filled and sent post
paid to any point.
The old veteran, Captain Bundy, has
his new boat house all fitted up in run
ing order and is now prepared to furnish
at all times the finest line of pleasure
boats to tie found in the state. Prices
reasonable and the best of treatment ac
corded all patrons. Foot of 11th street.
Screen Doors. Flies have already
made their appearance and to most
effectually protect yourself againBt these,
yon shonld fit your honse with
strong screen doors which the Oregon
City Sash A Door Factory makes.
Did you know that your old hat and
seedy cloths can be made to look as good
as new by the Oregon City Dye works?
You can save one-half the price of a new
suit by renovating your old.
Sntlce to Taxpayers.
The County Board of Equalization will
meet at the office of the county assessor
at the court house in Oregon City, Clack
amas county. Or., Monday August 27,
1804, and continue in session from day
t" day foi one week . J. C. Bkadlky.
Oregon City, Or., August 1, 1804.
jinn Medicine and
American Remedy Co.,
134 THIRD STREET, PORTLAND, OR.,
Will treat all people until cured for
Eye, Ear, Catarrh and Chronic
Diseases, Throat& Lungs.
DISEASES OF WOMEN
Skillful Physicians anil Surgeons In Charge.
Treatment in office or at home by
correspondence. Write if you can
Hours: 9 to 4:30; 7 to 8:30 p. m.
Sundoy, 9 to 12.
Kivrii t i:it.
open Neitipniber 91,
iqi KleventCi Street.
202, 204. 206, 208,
8- 4 P.lfached Shorting, . ,
9- 4 IMchcIkmI fiheetbiK,. .
10- 4 Bleached Sheeting,.
4-4 Bleached Muslin,...
. . . oc. yd
4-4 Extra Heavy Bleached
Muslin 7c. yd
7-foot Shades with patent
spring roller compl't, 2 c.each
7-foot fancy-hordered shades
with patent roller com
plete, 3,'jc. each
10-4 gray or white double
blankets, 1.00 pr
10-4 brown or white, extra
heavy, d'ble blankets, f 1.25 pr
Best Indigo Prints, 5cyd
Amonkeag Apron check ging
hams, 5c. yd
Write for prices on Calicos, Ging
hams, Shirting, Flannels,
Sheetings, Muslins, Crash,
Towels and Table Linens.
Write for Prices on Lace Curtains,
Window Shades, Curtain
Poles, Comforts, Blankets, Bed
Spreads and House Furni hing
WRITE FOR SAMPLES.
We will furnish samples of any
thing in the piece goods line from
Dry Goods, Glothing
BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES.
Prager Brothers, Proprietors.
Mention this Paper when Ordering Goods or Samples.
DK. E. (M3ROWX,
EVE AND EAR SURGEON
Glutei Fitted nd rurnlahed. 169 Fint Street,
We sell as
low as we can
We are after
Corner Fifth and
Oregon City, Oj.
A Home. Production, d irnrnteed
the PURKST. the STKONGKST, the BHST.
Hrery grocer has positive instructions to return
money if not utisfactory. if your grocer don'
keep ft, write to
CLOSSET A DEVERS, Portland, Or.
6 and 8
Ladies Fat Black Hose, pr. pair 5c
Ladies Fast Black Hose extra
heavy, pr. pair, 10c
Ladies Fast Black Seamless
Hose, pr. pair,
Children's FastBlack Kibbed
Hose, all sizes, pr. pair,
Gents' Fast Black Hose, per
Men's Seamless Cotton Hose
heavy, pr. pair,
Ladies Jersey Ribbed Sleeve
less Vests, Each 8c
Ladies Jersey Ribbed Bal
briggan Vests, long
sleeves, Each 25c
We are the sole- agents for the
celebrated "W. B." corsets. We
carry all grades from 11 to $3 per
CORSETS The "W. B." Style
410 is The Best 1.00 Corset in the
World. Black and Drab, Long
Waist; sizes 18 to 30. Highest
Award and Gold Medal at the
World's Fair, Chicago. We will
mail you a pair on receipt of II and
13c. extra for postage.
Marvel corset, drab only, size
18 to 30, per pair,.
When ordering corsets always send
12c. extra for postage.
LADIES' BLOUSE WAISTS.
We are selling our $1.25 percale
waists, sizes 32 to 38, at 50c. each,
DH D. 8. STRYKER, DENTIST. HAS RK
moved to Odd Fellowi' temple 3. W. Cor. lit
tod Alder, Portland, Oregno.
you do you
need some o-
the following artif
Potted meats A name,
Pure de Fois Gras
I Boston baked beans,
I Potted bloaters,
We can sell them
University of Oregon.
Next Session begins the 17th of
, Tuition, Free. Board, $2.50 a
Five Courses: Classical, Scien
tific, Literary, English and Busi
The Boarding Hall for young
ladies and the Boarding Hall tor
young gentlemen will be under tho
personal supervision of Mrs. Munra,
a lady of refinement and large ex
perience. For catalogues, address,
J. J. Walton, Secy. Regents.
Duffy & Frost
EXPRESS and TRANSFER1NG.
Special care in moving Household
Goods and Pianos.
Prompt work and
Leave orders at
BELLOMY & BUSCH'S.