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OKIWON CITY, OltKCJON, FJ'JPAY, DECKMKEIt 27, 1805.
Circuit court convenes tlrl Mondit ; In N,,.
Vmulmr and llilril Monday In April.
I'roliati'tioiirl In session dint Monday In each
(Tnmmlssloiicrs court ineeia first Wednesday
alter It ml Monday of euch iiuinlli.
"J J K, k. II. W, Hrtol'K,
ATTOUNKYH AT LAW.
W I I 1'isnlli In nil I'uiiHr
LiMiia NeKO'dilcd Tlt'cs (! tin I n ml mill
ll'illcolloiia l.ai'lh ll,
l nt Main Ktii'i't nrnr Mvrulli.
' A TTd I! SKY AT LAW.
I'nn lliii In oil I'niirlii n( lliu hlutii.
(Mil. In llnnk r iircniin City llluck Willi
l l Curler.
(IrPKiin Cliy, Ori-Ktiii.
"tir II. DoliYNM,
' ATTOUNKY AT I, AW,
No i A li Y n m.it:
CANHY, .... OHKliON.
Will practice In "II cniirla of ll Hale,
lll.iirauco written In all leading com
panies. Ali-irnd ol tills lurni. lied.
Co leotluna a apscMlly.
i 1 KO I.. HTOUV,
ATTOUNKY AT LAW.
I'paialra f)'' l to Court House.
Tllloa esaiulnrd ami abstracts made Money
leaned. Mnrlaara lorrrloscd ami
general law bushiest.
NOTAHY CI'HI.IC ami CONVEVANf Kit.
at T" or Tm. mauk
Heat male handled. Insurance wrlllrn In
the Hartford, ul llartlor.l. 1'alallne. Hum
bum ' Hrtuan
Office una loor south ol Melhodl.l Church.
"tl.ACKAMAX AIIHTI1AIT h TKt'ST CO.
Abstract of Clackamas county property spefl
laliy. liood work, rraaoiiahla rharifiiN,
Work xuaraiilrpil. tl vn u. a Irlal I)
C 1-aliiiin'Un. K K lioiialilton, J. t.
( lark, lilrvi lora.
naaiioN riTV, - - - - mmioN.
M . M JOIINaoN U W INHilu
IINNAIItl) A JOMNHO.N,
I I VII r.NOINKKItH ASli Ht'KVKVUIIH.
Hallway Im-allou ami riimtriirtlnu, brlilnoa.
plain ami tiliiiaii-a lor water anly
liralno ami ilrri'l liurovrinrut n( tiiwna
HpcrUI attxutloii jIvimi In i-.raii(litlng ami lilue
r CAIIKY JollNHON,
" ' I.AWYKR.
Cnrunr Kluhl ami Main atrtrtu, Ori-unn ity.
KKAI. KHTATK T08KI.I. AM)
MtiXKY TO l.liAX.
I.. roKI KIl,
ATTOUNKY AT LAW
aaaixiT. or roraTT n mlin.
OITloo iipii to Ori'ioii City Unk on t.lh trii't.
O. T. WII.I.IAMN,
KKAI. KHTATK AND WAN AliKNT.
A nol IIiip of biiilnraa, rrfti1riirp ami aulitirhati
Farm I'rnprrty lu trai n to tult mi cany trrtnt.
('orrpponili'iirr ttromt'tly anwi'rfil. Office,
ni'ililmii lu Caunrlil A llnnlli'r'a drug atoru.
(J l. A I). C I.ATOI KK T"l K,
Col'NKK!.()HS AT LAW
MAIN KTRKKT, (IHKOON CITY, OHKtlON.
Furulah Ahatraota ul tills, lan Moary, Foro-
cloae iliiriiattt'a, ami Irauaavt Ucuiral
J K. CltOHH,
ATTOUNKY AT LAW.
Win Paarrits in A li. Cnt'STi of ths Stats
Kal Kitate sntl Iwmranre.
Offlre on Main Hlrart bet. Hlith suit Rerenth,
UHSI1UN CITY. OH.
1. s mtiiiixa.
R. W. TIIOKI'lnN
r t. nsirriTii
ATTOKNKYH AT LAW.
Oltlrcalii llarkley llullilliig, Orrgnn City, tml
A O I). W. Ti'tnplv, I'orllauil.
Do (leni'ral U lltialnraa. Uian Money, Urge
Forecltno iiiortnauos, l'rolmte practice.
COUN8KLOR AT LAW
Will I ireolme uioilicni'i, make hull acta, loan
moiiny, aettla atati anil t'Kiiaact a gunoral
law till Inpaa,
Offlcg first floor adjoining Hank ol O'Cgon City.
omooN CITV, OBIIIOS
I KO. C. I1KOWNKLU
ATTOUNKY AT LAW,
0S0ON ClTT, ..... Ohioon.
Will practice In all the cntirta of the it Mo. Of
fice, next door to Caufluld A Huntley's drug
010. O. RINSASIION. V. R. IITIH.
TINKAKHON 4 HYDK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will practice lu all courta of the mate.
Office In Jaioror nulldlng opposite Court House.
rjMIK COUUKKCIAL BANK,
OP ORKQON CITY.
TRANSACT A OSNRBAL RANK1NQ BllSINKM.
Tnana made. Hills dlacounted. Makea col
leotloua. lluva and sella exchange on all point
In the I'llUcn States, Kuroiie aud Hong Kong.
Deposits received subject to chock. Hauk
opeu Irom V a. a. to 4 p. a.
D. C. LATOURKTTK, President.
F. K. DONALDSON, Cashier
JJANK OP ORKCJCN CITY,
Oldest Banklns Hesse In the Cltr.
Paid up Capital, IW.OOO.
rRHSlnltNT, - - THOI. CRARMAN
TICS THKHIDINT, 8X0. A. HARMNO.
cashirh. - a. a. CAurm.D.
HANAUIR. CHARI.RS H. CAUFIBLD.
A general banking business transacted.
Deposit received subject to check.
Approved bills aud notes discounted.
Count; and city warrant bought.
Loans made on available aecurlty.
Xichauge bought and sold.
Collections made promptly.
Draft sold avallaole In any part of the world
Teleiraphio exchange sold on Portland, Han
Fraaclscn, flhloago and New York.
Interest pal J on time deposits.
y' ' -f 'I wick "f atinfy inf? Iniyem. Vou can't uf
' A S? () )(J ( ju j lo ()lir f rnituro oniiortuni-
tii'd. Our priiM-H are a Httnly in "Buying Mado Kiiny." Lot your old
furniture follow 1H!).1 into rutirciiiunt, and hrihton up your homo for
lH'.Ml with our parlor suit for 8IH.00.
BELLOMY & BUSCH,
ItoYAI, OK I.I VKKI'OOI,, iliwa larxi-at buaincas in the world.
SOUTH IIHITIHII A M., UrKat &! In the world.
Hl'N OK LONDON, iiIiImI purely lire limuratica comptnjr in the world.
.KTNAOKIIAUTKtiKD.UrKcatiiid lieot Atnerli iii Coniny.
CON TINKNTAL OK NK W YOltK, one of the brat American compni.
AM) OTIIKK KIKHT-CLAK8 fOMI'ANIKH.
Call on m for Kntlnga, and
F. E. IKJNALDSON,
for whatever it may bring. As
short we will make
GREAT SPECIAL OFFERINGS!
Don't fail to visit our establishment if you
want goods at just
Half Regular Value
The goods have to be sold and if low prices
will do so, the entire stock will surely be sold
out. At the GREAT BARGAIN SALE in
the new store opposite the post office.
Ike Aekerman, - JWanaget.
ami win 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 r in iiitiKiiig
m ,t liiuiHi'lf ut homo. Thiit'H riht;
Iki'II Htay u yciiraiid hIhhiM iimko tint inoHt
of it. Niw Yenr'H in tlio iluto to think of
Iiomic ami what's im'ciIoiI to iniiko it inont
onjoyahle, Our ntock contaiiiHii multitude;
ofiiHiifi.il hint: on thin point. Wo have the
I .1 - ! I
TIIK HOI JSKF U ItN ISII KKS.
In Clackamas County.'
alwo for lllottera and Calendar
At Commercial Bank.
The entire stock to
be sold without Re
serve. Everything in
the house must go
Now Tiirifl" Mini Finn lire Ui'IIm
IILU.II OSK ( AN.UII A.XS.
ritilK(; Of NniMtrt Sent Kullslxiry A
Ncwiiiier lu K(iilp a
Washington, lien. 2'i. The liotme
republican" will introduce on tho iluy
alUir C'liriHtmuH uml puhm within a wvuk
two hillH in rcHpoiiHe to I'resiili'tit Cleve
land' nienimKO of appcul for liolp for the
tn-aHtiry. One of tin:) will be a tariff
hill to incregne the revenue ami the
other a financial bill denineil to main
tain tho K"U rexerve and prevent a re
currenco of alleged exiating troubles
with Kreenbai ks.
Altliough utronif efforU were made to
preserve secrecy concerning the details
of the plan, it features have been
obtained by the AhHOciatcd Press from
The tariff bill will be entitled "A bill
to increase the revenue and to prevent
detkites on the treasury," and will go
into effect when signed by the president,
if he signs It, and will remain in effect
until August 1, 1H'J8, when by its own
provisions its operation will cease. Its
items fo!!;r the duty on wool of 60 per
cent of the McKinley act rates, a duty of
60 per cent c! the rate of 18U0 on lumber
which wiii be from 10 to 15 per cent ad
valorem ; sn increase of 25 per cent
from the Wilson-Uorman act rates, on
cereals, breadstuffs, dairy products and
livestock, lucliidiniz poultry; a hoizontal
time is very
7 to 10
Increase il 15 per cent of tho Wildon-j
(iormaii bill on h 11 oilier schedules, i
with a provision that in no case, shall j
the duty exceed the McKinley rates,
except where the WiUon-Gorinan rates '
excoed thone of the .McKinley law.
il .it 'it a
ill will provide for two
insiies of bonds
the first will be for an
unlimited amount of .'I per cent five year!; Kel.el
com bonds, to protect the gold reserve. ; N: ?V T ' Wi'
with a provision that the currency re- i ,ta'"!,t,, J H "' eveninf'
deemed by the proceeds shall not be!Jan"8r Ht' fj- W. Allen, department
paid out for current deficits , the re- j T"T 7 1 b!,reiM"lt. iniM
i.i ... the ollicers of both organizations A
venue iirilens the exiiensea of the govern-1 ,. ,
, i ! camp tire will b he d and refrehhmenta
merit are in excess of the revenues , . ., ,,. . n,""K"l
(which is not expected they wdl be if 7 -:" weir iami
I ..... ... . mi ... , ... . ; he re invited to attend and Darticioat
i.ie iirni oiu Hn in operation.; . '
In addition the second hill will ' ' '-'"trntie,. This wfll ,aj . memo
vide for one year 2 per cent treaH ! ro,'le evnUn the hin.ory of these organ
ceriflcHtes of indeptnexs, not to eeed : I"1!0?" " " W"11
f50,00i',000 and to be disposed of at the
discretion of the secretary of the treas
ury, to meet current deficits in the re
venue. These are to be offered for sale
at the sub-treasuries and dispositories ot
Montbkal, Dec 23. Canada is be
ginning to look a little more seriourrbjtJ
than at first at the war question.
The Fifth battalion, composed almost
entirely of Scotch, with headquarters in
the country of Hternmont, and to whom
the first defense of the frontier south of
Mount Roval would fall, cabled to Lord
Salisbury today as follows:
" Do not lose any sleep over the de
fense on our part of the frontier, We'll
triple our number of men if war should
The Montreal Star today offers to
equip a regiment and look after the
relatives of its members during the war,
if there should be one. It says:
"To deliberately and without provo
cation court for this country such a dire
calamity as a war with the most power
empire on earth, appeared more like the
outcome of a drunken orgie of an im
perial despot than the deliberate act of
the chosen leader of a free and enlight
ened nation. But whatever might have
been the motive for this action, which
has such stupendous significance for us,
or none at all, the manner of its recep
tion by the press and people of the
United States forbids Canadians any
longer ignoring it or looking at it with
Havana, Dec. 24. General Gomez
and the insurgant army have turned the
flank of (he Spanish forces commanded
by General Campos in person at Colon,
and are now well to the webtward of that
place, threatening a quick movement
upon f lavana. This news from the front
created the greatest consternation here.
The insurgent army is now only about
50 miles from Havana and the Spanish
authorities seem entirely to have lost
their heads. At this rate the insurgents
will be in front of Havana possiby to-
niorrw if they have obtained control of
the railroads from here to Matanzas,
when last heard from, and moving rapidly
westward. This column of the Cubans
is sain to number over 12,000 men while
opposed to them Is 50,000 Spaniards, but
the Spaniards have lost in every move
by their slowness and lack of stratgey.
A hot dinner these cold, drizzly days
is not complete without a roast of meat
to grace the table and stimulate the ap
petite with its flavor. At Albright's
meat market roasts can be had that are
juicy and tender from fat, stall-fed cattle
and which are put tip in a style that will
please both the cook and toe diners.
"I would rather trust that medicine
than any doctor I know of," says Mrs.
Hattie Mason of Chilton, Carter Co.,
Mo., in speaking of Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For
sale by G. A, Harding, druggist.
Cholera Morbus is a dangerous com
plaint, and Is often fatal in its results.
To avoid this you should use De Witt's
Colic & Cholera Cnre, as soon as the first
symptoms appear. C. Q. Huntley,
Its worth your while if you need any
thing in glass or crockery ware, tubs,
brooms, wash-boards, lamps, tinware
ect., to visit Marr A Robertson's store,
they are clearing out the R. Staub (stock
Diseases unfriendly to women are
positively cured by Dr. Sawyer's Pastil
les. Ask your druggist for a free sample
package. It heals and cures. Sold by
Geo. A. Harding.
Karl's Clover Root will purify your
blood, clear your complexion, regulate
your bowels and make your head clear
as a bell. 25c, 50c., and a dollar. For
sale by Geo. A . Harding.
Munyon's medicines are the latest, and
Charman & Co., the up-to-date drug
gists, have a complete stock. Pamphlets
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
HJ A T E li .N A Ij. M A T ! t KM,
(;. A. ij. tt , ,, Th(.,r Nff om
Cer Jan. lit.-OliW elections,
i win im m j'lini, iniiai anon or
,, , , . , ... ...
! " ";"
iiciu in ma new huh. x.i is nrooaole
that the Post and Relief Corp will make
this, their permanent headquarters.
Multnomah Lodge No. 1, A. F. fe
A. M., held their annoal election and in
stallation of offieers last Saturday even
in. The new officers are as follows:
J. Hr Walker, WM; D. W. Kinnaird.
S'1 F. 8. Kelly, S W; T. F. Ryan,
secretary; T. 8. Lawrence, tyler; C. A.
Nash, 8 D; John R. Humphrey, J D;
Joseph T. Lynch, 8 D; George F. Hor
ton, J S. Multnomah, is the oldest Ma
sonio lodge on the Coast, and the first
organized west of the Missouri river.
G. L. Gray, PMW, installed the newly
elected officers. On Fridav evenino a. .
number of the members of the lodge will
mako a fraternal visit to Lone Pine lodge
at Norton, where they will be enter
tained on the occasion of a re-union and
Abernethy Rebecca Degree Lodge.
No. 80, 1.0. O. F., held an election
last Friday evening with the following;
iesult: Mrs. Minnie G. Charman, no
ble grand; Mrs. Nellie F. Glass, vice
grand ; Mrs. Hattie Wetherell, secretary ;
Miss Mollie Hankins, permanent r-ecre-tary;
Mrs. Pauline Metzner, treasurer.
The installation of officers will take place
next Friday evening, when the ap
pointive officers will be selected.
Willamette Degree lodge and the For
esters will both elect new officers this
Story of Lincoln.
McClure's Magazine for January will
be an edition of 300,000 copies, a circula
tion equal to an two of the h'el fiW
magazines. It will tell the story of Lin
coln as a clerk in a country store, study
ing grammar in the intervals of weighing
out tea and sugar aud other groceries,
which in that day included whiskey;
acquiring, by his native wit, wisdom and
honesty, a local ascendency which em
boldens him to announce himself as a
candidate for member of the Legislature ;
and then, to the sacrifice of hia chance
of election, leading a company of raw re
cruits to the Black Hawk war. Much
n?w material is promised, including;
three portraits of Lincoln, and facsimiles
of interesting documents written and
signed by Lincoln.
The January number ia to have aa
article giving- the whole story (never yet
published, but long desired by the pub
lic) of Mr. Braiue's relation to his own
candidacy for the Presidency in 1884. .
It is written by Murat Halstead, whose
opportunity tor knowing all the facts waa
unequaled ; and it embodies conversa
tions with Blaine and an important un
published letter written by him a few
days after his defeat. Some very Inter
esting portraits will accompany the arti
cle, and Blaine's letter will be reproduc
ed in facsimile.
From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun
derman, of Dimondale( Mich., we are
permitted to make this extract: "I have
no hesitation in rcommending Dr. King's
New Discovery, as the results were
almost marvelous in the case of my wife.
While I was pastor of the Baptist church,
at Rives Junction she was brought down
with pneumonia succeeding la grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would '
last hours with little interruption and it
seemed aa if she could not survive them.
A friend recommended Dr. King's New
Discovery ; it was quick in its work and
highly satisfactory in results." Trial
bottles free at Charman & Co's. Drugu
Store. Rpvnlnr aiznfUV and 11 nn
Every mother should know that croop
can be prevented. The first sympton of
true croup is hoarseness. This is fol
lowed by a peculiar rough cough. If
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given. -freely
as soon as the child becomes
hoarse or even after the cough has de
livered it will prevent the attack. 50c.
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga.
Tenn., Bays, "Shiloh's Vitalizer 'SAVED
MY Life.' I consider it the best remedy
for a debilitated system I ever used."
For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble
it excels. Price 75 cents. For Salebv
G. A. Harding.
For clean, white cotton rags 6 cents
per pound cash, will be paid at Tits En-