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ORKOON CITY, ORKOON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1890.
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(liimitiliivlMitnri iMitirt ninnta flrNt Wtnlueaday
altnr fl ri MniHlny ul i'ili miiiilli.
"J J K. A. (I. W. HWol'K,
' ATTdltNI'.YK AT LAW.
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lim-ig Main Hiii'cl near H.viiilli,
ATTnllSKY AT LAW.
I'rwtlrn In nil I'mirla n( llie Ktntta.
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I.. I., I'urlcT.
Oregon I'lty, Hrrgnn.
y ii imiiiynh,
" AITdllM'V AT LAW,
NiHAIIY I'l lll.li'
Will practice In all ninrla ul lip a'al,
Iti.iuaiine wtlllon In all Icaillng emu- -ianlra.
Al Intel, m '..llo liirnl.livil.
To Iprtiimaa aiplallx.
ATTOltNKY AT LAW.
t'palatra iiiIIp Court lluiiw.
1 lllpa piamlnrit ami aUlrarta mail Money
liauril. Murtaura InrcclitMnl and a
gPlirral law bilalllraa.
J J T HI.APKN,
NOTAHY I'l lll.li; ami CON VKYANCKIt.
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I hi. Ilarilnfil, ul llarlli.nl. 1'alaUiio. Ham
tur( ul llrviuau
I Ufflp una :Hir tiiulli nl MrlliiHllal Churrli.
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AH AMHIIl.M r A Tlll'hr CO.
larkainaa poiinly priMxrtr appp.
tally. liiH.il wink, rraiilial.l ftiarirpa.
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C Lalinlrrlln, . K I'nlialilfti'lt. J. K.
ORRilllft CITY, .... I',.ili.
l W KINKtlHU
INNAtllD A JOltNHON.
KNUINKKHN ANIi KI'ltVKYlill.
Hallway larallmi ami rmiatriiriliiii, tirl'Iifa.
plana ami eatlinatra l.ir wairr auppl)'
Dralna,. anil alrrrl linpriivpmriil ul towna
Special attention ilvni In f.raulitlii ami Muc
"It r CAKKY JOHNSON,
Comer Klfhl ami Main atn-eta, Oregon City.
ItKAI. KHTATK TOH KM. AM)
MuNKY TO U.AN.
r L. roilTKH,
. J' ATTOHNKY AT LAW
tnamai-ra nr raoranrr riniiiiar.
OfP.ee licit to Oregon CUT bank imritli ilrcct.
JH 0. T. WII.I.IAMN
ItKAI. KHTATK ANIl U)AN AllKNT.
A good Hup ul bualn resilience anil auliurbaii
Farm Property In tract, to anlt on eat; terma.
romptlr anawprp.1. omoe,
itvil iliM.r lu Caiitlclil A
luiitlcy'i ilni( More.
Il l II.C l.A Tol ltK T1 K.
ailWKUlllH AT LAW
MAIN KTKKKT, HIIKIION CITY. tlKKUON.
ruriilah Ahmracta ul Title. nn Munpy, Fore.
cloaa MirtKpa, ami tranaart (leurral
i, ami Iran
TT E. CIIOH.t,
ATTOHNKY AT LAW.
Wim, ruAt-nc IK All Coiht or th Btati
KpI Kall mil Inatlranr.
Omceon Main Hlnpt Ih-i. Sixth ami Hovtnth,
OHIUIIN ( ITT. OH.
R. w. TllllltPaON
r T. uKirrmi
TIIOMI'HON A QKIFKITII.
A1TOKNKYH AT LAW.
oniccaln llarklpy lliilMlii(t,
A O U. W. Tpinple,
Ho Oonpral Uw lliialmoa, Uian Mouey, Urge
Forprloatt mnrlKAKoa, I'nilmlo prnclice.
COUN8KLOR AT LAW
Will f ircoliiao tnoitu-itea, make ba'rapti. Ima
money, mlla aataioa hii.1 tiauaart a gcnoral
Ihw bit l .paa.
Oflloe Drat II 'Or adjoining Hank ol Oiogon City.
DnON CITY. OBKOON
EO. 0. 1IHOWNKI.I,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
Will practlpp. In all the ponrta l tho Hate. 01
Una, neit door to Catiflold A lluntlpy't drug
rriHE C0MUEKCIAL BANK,
OF OREGON CITY.
TRANMAdTI A OINHKAI, BANKING ItlialNIHa,
Loan a mailo. Illlla (llinountoil. Makpa col
leotiona. Hnva and iclla enchaiiup on all pnluta
In the United Htatoa, Europe anil Hong Kong.
Uppnalta recel"od aiibpot to oheok. Bauk
opeu Irom V A. u. to 4 r. M.
O. C. LATOURETTK, Proaldent.
F. B DONALDSON, Caihler
JJANK OF OREOCN CITY,
Oldest BaiklDi Boss. Id The Cltr.
Pld up Capital, (60,000.
, Hurplua, J0,h.'hi.
minNT, - TIIOI. CHARMAK
VICI rKltntUINT, OHO. A. HA Km NO.
CARHIRrl. H. O CAIirill.n
MANAIIKR. CHAii.ia H, i:aufielu.
A general banking bualnoaa tramaotcd.
Depnalta rorolvecl aubjoot to check.
Approved bill hiiiI noti'a dlacountcd.
Oounty and city warranta bought,
Ixiana mtile on avallnble aucurity.
KiohaiiK' bouiiht ami anld.
Collpollonr mailo priiinplly.
Dralta aold tvrtllanlc In itny part of the world
Tolprraphlc exohnngoa aold on PortUud, Hau
Franoli)o, rihTcagaaiid Now York.
ntereatpaU on time dupoalla.
BELLOMY & BUSCH,
JUlVAl, OK I.I VKItl'Udl., iIopb laritPut buainpaa In the world.
Mlll l ll llltl TIHI1 A M., larKi.l aawla in the world.
HI'N ill'' I.ON HON, il'lfl puroly lire Imuranre company in the world.
.I! TS A K II AltTKoHIl, lariat and beat AiiiPrlcan Company.
fONTINKNTAL "K NKW YOKK, one or I lie lwl American coinpaniea.
AM) OTIIKIt KlliHT CI.AHH COMI'ANIKS.
Cnll cirt m for I4ntliiu, nml
I". I;. DONALDSON'.
WHT WEAT1IEU GOODS
Thos. Charman & Son's.
Oregon City, Oregon.
E. E. MARTIN,
Uow you Can
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
In liilnri'HliiiK when llm Hii'ijVi't A con
viTBuliun Ik inlori'HlliiK lliiri-uli'iiilH
tliiHiiia liollilng Ilium iiilnritHliiiK to 'i
pin Hutu our ftirniliiri) anil carKit tlmlr
iimiilor' i'l'gitiici', iluruliility ami clu-aii-iickh.
Wo rnct'lvi'il lliia Wl'i'lc .'),(HK)
wurlli olcurpiilH mnl iniilliiiyit iliri'ct from
1 1 in Ii'-lory iir our upritin Irailo. Tliia
Mliiiiiii'iit, coiiiliinuil illi our Mt'x k al
Mimly on liiiml, wn oll'ur to llm pulilic
fi.OiK) worlh of carMita itn'l iiiuttinK to
cIicibkii (ruin, W any rinlit Imro, tlml
wn will not hi' iiiiiIitmiiIiI by any I'ort
luml lionao uii'l Miami llm clon'Bt coiii
titinn, Wh all rarpnta from 15c a yl up.
in Clackamas County.
nliao for tilottvrai and Cnlendara
At Commercial Hint
Beautiful, unique and servicablo.
Sold at very reasonable prices.
COMMERCIAL BANK BLK.
When your children need a laxative or stomach
and bowel regulator, buy
Fifty doses lor twenty-hve cents. The Beason for
colds and coughs is upon us. In order to be pre
pared for an emergency, get a bottle of
Tho best in tho market. Price 2") cents. For sale
at tho CANBY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
THE TKA( Hr ltS MKbT.
ItHrlow Fntcrtnlua thf Teat hern One
of li e lleat Mrt lliiK Krer Held
lijr Hip Aaiociullon,
Tin) rpgulnr inoi.llily ni titi of the
Teaclinra' Aaaociutioii of Clackamas
county wua held In the acliool lioiiao at
liarl'.'W, Hiitiinlay January 20, IBM.
Culled to onlr at tli reuUr time by
Kiipl. 11. H. (iitiHon. The minuteg of!
the previoua meeting wore read hy the
wirciury, Mia. Fannin O. Porter.
Next in orilcr waa the rlcclion of of
fleer. Mr. K. M. Wanle wu cho-en
vii-o-preaiilunt. Mia I'ortcr wa re
elecleil Rocretary. Mr. A. C. KlraniJH
wa ebetef treasurer. Mr. Hertha M.
(itiRon wat re electeil editor.
Mihn Elgiva Mtillan and Mr. Kamaby
played a violin and organ duet, with
taete and expansion Mr. A. C.
St range epoke on "Keaultil to be Ke
cured in School" Teacher aoinetiine
think after year uf apparent succens
that they are aljove taking ad y ice from
other, "The reunite" that we hope to
attain com prise every hoie of the pro
fcaaion. It U iinnoMtible to measure the
work of the real teacher. The Idea
brought lo life by hia teaching (hii p e
cept and example) do not end with the
life of I he pupil. It is poaaible for one
to apend a great deal of time in read
ing yet never acq'iira knowledge by ao
doiuic. Teacher should strive to arouse
the love of country and trust in those
"who stand in high places."
There may be, and doubtless are,
wrong-doeis, in places of trust, but the
one w ho constantly trie to call atten
tion thereto, strikes a blow at the
foundation of our republican form of
Kovermnent. One of the greatest re
sults to be attained in teaching, Is the
development of mind. It is said that
nine'y-aeven hundredths of the acts we
Hr.orra are done through force of ha hit.
i'upila should be taught to obey the
law tlirtiu.h regjiect for it and not
through fear of it. "Habit is but an
other name for Character."
Miss Jennie E. Rowen recited "Ben
the Waif" in her Ufiial pleaaing style.
"How to teach Writing" was the suh-jei-t
assigned Mr. P. L. Coleman. Mr.
Coleman telieves fully a much time
should be devoted to writing, as is be
stowed on mathematics or history. lie
illtintrauxl the conect manner of hold ?
tug the pen. The pupil should be
taught to write well ana lo write rapidly.
Mr. Coleman illustrated bis m inner of
teaching the formations of different let
ters. Mr. Ward and Mr. Gary spoke a few
words on this subject. C. M. Ramaby
sang "A letter from Home." Mr.
Kainsby's ringing was much appre
ciated by his audience.
It was decided to bold the next As
sociation meeting at Park Place. Mr.
Gray, Miss Phelps and Miss Monroe
were asked to prepare a suitable pro
gram for tho occasion.
The meeting was adjourned until 1
Called to order by Supt. Gibwn.
The audience was delighted by instru
mental music by Miss Mullan and Mr.
RauiBby. Miss Bessie Sbephard re
cited a stirring poem "Alaska." "His
tory" was assigned to Geo. L. Story.
"The principles of our government de
mand that the masse of the people
shall be educated. The study of history
teaches the struggle of our forefathers
for constitutional liberty, History
comprehends all that is noblest of hu
man development. Cromwell and
Hampden paved the way for the Ameri
can Revolution. Mr. Story considers
history one of the most important
branches of study. The know! dge of
what ha been done in the past should
prove the best guide for the future."
Mr. Kyser, T. J. Gary, E. M. Ward,
J. W. Gray, A. C. Strange, S. W.
Holmes and II. 8. Gibson took part in
the discussion which followed. Miss
Veva Tull sang a beautiful song. Mr. T.
J. Gary spoke on "The Best Disci
pline." "If it weie possible for a teacher
ot read the character of each pnpil,
he might secure the best discipline
without the use of the rod. As it is,
there are times when its use is indis
pensable. It is sometimes necessary
lo enforce order. 'Trangressston must
be followed by punishment'. The best
discipline is an active means to the im
provement of the mind and morals of
the pupil. A. C. Strange, G. L. Story,
S. W. Holmes, II. S. Gibson and E. M.
Ward also spoke briefly on this subject.
P.L.Coleman recited "Setting the Old
Blue Hen" In a manner that convulsed
his audience. Mis Nellie Younger,
Hattie Monroe and Laura Beattie sang
"Sweot Distant Chimes" and greatly
disappointed the audience by a persis
tent refusal to respond to an encore. Mr.
Parmenter, C. U. Barlow, Andy Kocher,
W. W. Irvin and others spoke words of
encouragement to the association. The
attendance at this meeting was quite
large and very attentive. The program
for the next raeoting has not yet
been prepared. On motion, association
adjourned to meet at Park Place the
last Suturday in February, IH'M.
Following is a lint of teachers present:
11. H. Gibaon, P. L. Coliinan, A. C.
Strarigo, E. M. Ward, Arthur Holden,
W. II. Dobyna, H. W. Holim-B, J. W.
Gray, Geo. L. Ht'jry, T. J, Gary, W. G.
Beattie, Bertha Sumner, Katie Runke,
Maggie William, lfattie Wetherell,
Hattie Monroe, Laura BeaUie, Fannie
G, Porter, Nellie Younger, Joanna
Peter. Jennie E. Rowen, Aletha Phelp,
Mollie Talhert, Agnes Mat'jck, Elgiva
Mullan, Helen Taylor, I. E. Cone, W.
L. Kyoer, Maggie L. Hampton, Bertha
Hpeclal School fleeting.
Notice Is hereby given to the legal
rotor of school diatrlct No. C2, of the
county of Clackamas, state of Oregon,
that a special school meeting of said
district No. 02 will be held at Fope's
hall, in Oregon City in said diatrict, on
Friday the 31st day of January A. D.
1M)G, at the hour of 7:30 p. M. This
meeting i called for the purpose of
levying a tax upon the assessable prop
ety, both real ard personal, wit-Lin said
school district No. 62 to be used (or the
payment of the interest on the bond of
said district and for general school pur
poses. Dated this 15th day of January A. D.
T. S. Lawhkxck,
Chairman Board of Directors.
Tiios. F. Ryan, District Clerk.
An old Soldier's Recommendation.
In the late war I was a soldier in the
First Maryland Volunteer, Company
G. During my term of service I con
traded chronic diarrhoe. Since then I
have used a great amount of medicine,
but when I found any that would give
me relief it would ii jure my stomach,
until Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and
dianhne Remedy was brought to my
notice, I used it and will say it is the
only remedy that gave me permanent re
lief and no bad results follow. I take
pleasure in recommending this prepara
tion to all my old comrades, who, while
giving their service to their country,
contracted this dreadful disease a I
did, from eating unwholesome and un
cooked food. Your truly, A. E
Bunding, Halsey. Oregon, For sale by
G. A. Harding, druggist.
The Pojlland. -
Re-opened near the corner of Main
and Seventh street. Clean, bright, well
furnished dining room and private room
elegantly fitted up. Have one of the
most skillful cooks on the Coaat. If
your meat order does not please you, just
let me know. Best dinner in the city
including a glass of wine for 25 cents,
li:JO to 4 p. m. Dyster served in
everv style. Open day and night. Give
The Portland atrial.
L. R '.iconic ii, Proprietor.
Regular meeting of Meade Post No. 2,
G.A. K., will be held at the ball in
Willamette block, Maine St., on Wed'
nesday, Februrary 5, at 7 :30 sharp. Re
cruits will be mustered, and other mat
ters of importance will come before the
Post. Let there be a good attendance
of the comrades.
C. A, Wiujams, Post Commander.
Redurtiou of One Third
Ou a lot of men's and boys' boots, and
ladies' and gents' fine shoes.
Rld Front Trading Co.
Some time ago Mr. Simon Goldbaum
of San Luis Rey, Cal., was troubled with
a lame back and rheumatism. He used
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and a prompt
cure was effected. He says he has since
advised many of his friends to try it and
all who have done so have spoken highly
of it. It is for sale by G. A. Harding,
One minute Cough Cure is rightly
named. It affords instant relief from
suffering when afflicted with a severe
cough or cold. It acts on the throat,
bronchial tubes, and lungs and never
fails to give immediate relief. For sale
by C. G. Huntley, druggist.
For sale, a large quantity of rhubarb
and asparagus roots, 3 years old, also
fine strong, early spring cabbage plants,
asparagus beds made at reasonable
rates. Apply to R. Glasspool.
Green Point. Oregon City.
Cholera Morbus is a dangerous com
taint, and U often fatal in its results.
To avoid this yon should use De Witt's
Colic & Cholera Cnre, as soon as the first
symptoms appear. C. G. Huntley,
Munyon's medicines are the latest, and
Charman & Co., the up-to-date drug
gists, have acoinplete stock. Pamphlets
For clean, white cotton rags 5 cents
per pound cash, will be paid at Tint En-
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
MtllS FROM WAMIIXjiOX.
Relief Bill Piiawd lr Oregon Pioneers
and Land (irant Settler.
Hpcial lv tlx KKTairaiM.
Washington, Jan . 23. "Oregon BeU
a shining example that other western
state would do well to practice after"
remarked Representative Doolittle to me
during recent conversation, when her
people send a man to congress they gen
erally keep him here for iome time.
Senator Dolph served 12 year, Senator
Mitchell ha seen almost eighteen years
of service. Mr. Herman is in his sixth
consectutive term and Mr. Ellis in bis
second. - The consequence is that Ore
gon has received much better treatment
in the matter of appropriation than her .
wealthier and more populous sister, Cal
ifornia. The value of a congressman to
hi state increase with age of service.
Of course I want you to understand, and
Mr. Doolittle laughed when he said it,
"that this conversation has no personal
bearing, but a a general proposition it
is bad policy for a state to play the part
of the capacious house-wife who tarns
away a bartially drilled servant one day
to take on a raw one the next.
Oregon in this ha followed somewhat
the example of Maine and other Eastern
state. Look at Maine, a small state
that has played a most conspicuous part
in the affairs of the nation. Why? Not
because of the superior natural ability of
her representatives, but because she re
tain the same men election after election.
Senator Hale has been 25 years in con
gress, Senator Frye 23 year, Speaker
Reed 19 years and her three other con
gressmen have been here over 14 years
and by reason of long service have the
most important channanshius in the
House. As a result she not only makt s
a conspicuous national figure but sb
gets a larger share of the appropriations
than perhaps any other state."
The following bills have been passed by
the senate on motion of Senator Mitchell :
Bill refunding to William A. Stark
weather 2, 170, money paid out of his
private pocket for necessary clerk-hire
while register of 'he land office at Ore
gon City ; bill increasing the pension of
Mrs. Mollie Crandall, widow ot Capt.
Clark P. Crandall to $20 per month ; bill
granting the aged pioneer, Peter Grant
Stewart $7500 lor property owned by him
near the mouth of the Columbia and ap
proptiateJ by the government as a reser
vation 41 years ago; bill to appropriate
$401.02 for W. L. Adams found to be
due him as collector for port of Astoria,
on settlement of his accounts; bill ex
tending time for construction of a bridge
across the Columbia; bill allowing cer
tain purchaser of forfeited railroad
grants to secure title by paying the dif
ference between the p.' ice paid U the
railroad and that asked by the govern
ment. Thia is in line with the bill
passed a week ago by the House and
senate. Mr. Ellis has seen the chairman
of the House committee in regard to bis
bill on the same matter and has been
promised an early report. He will try
to suspend the rules and pass it next
week. The secretary and land com
missioner have both promised him to
recommend its passage. Concressman
Herman appeared before the Interior
department this morning and argued the
right of the Indian war veterans to
pensions. He expects a favorable report
He also argued before the treasury de
partment in favor of the bill establish
ing lighthouses at Siuslaw and Tillamook
bay. He hopes for favorable action on
this matter. The chairman of the
House commerce committee has prom
ised Mr. Herman a favorable report on
the bill extending time for construction
of the Columbia river bridge.
Senator McBride yesterday made a
favorable report of the most important
of all the land bills connected with
forfeited grants before congress. Ttie
bill is to refund to purchaser of the
government land the $1.25 per acre they
paid, with the understanding that a
railroad was to be constructed by their
lands. The government afterward
forfeited the grants to the railroads and
reduced the price to the original $1.25
per acre, but it retained the additional
$1.25 per acre it recured from the first
purchasers notwithstanding it has taken
back the grants and prevented the con
struction of the roads. Senator Mitchell -introduced
the bill early in the session
and Senator McBride has been jealous
in hi efforts to have tardy justice done
to these people from whom the govern
ment obtaiued money under false pre
tenses, but Senator Berry, a democrat
from Arkansas for some reason no one
pretends to understand, blocked thet.'
consideration and passage of the bill.
County Treasurer's Notice.
I have funds in my hands for the pay
ment of all Clackamas county warrants
endorsed prior to January 11, 1803. In
terest will cease on the same from the
date of this notice.
M. L. Mo"rb, County Treasurer.
Dated, Oregon City, Or., January 9, 1806.