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OKKOON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1890
Circuit court couveiiea llral' Mninlar In Ne
vomlwraud third Monday In April,
Kroliatetiourl In acaaliui Oral Monday In each
Oiimmlaatimera court meeta Oral Wadiieaday
altar drat Monday c. f i.i'Ii n Hi
uko (' HHliO at K
IIIOwNKI.i. A CAMI'iiKI.I,
J. V, I' A M rttkl.l..
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
(laancix Citv, - Oiiuon.
Jill all lliei'iulrta n( III atale. 1)1
Cauflald A Huntley' dni
nee. tie at t
-yy II I'OllYNM,
ATTORNEY AT I.AW,
Ml I AMY I'l'III.IC
CANIIY. .... oliKciON.
M ill practice In nil coiirla of I' a a'a'e.
luaiiraiic w rliitin In all leii,g rmir
(.antra. All IrnnUtil '.ll'o liirli.
I'll leellotia 1 ap.H'lalty,
rii bIkmiI llin only ellcrtlvii hoiiin pro-' -I
I'd tun HKiilnnt lli wi'iilln-r. Butter,
llll'lll Mini other Nllpplli'l Won't k With'
mil r when (lit) mercury aU.ln in I lie
ntni'tlntf, and the refrigerator l llm mr
foclloii n( the iriiliux. Tim limit (ruin
spoiled meat and othnr mipplle in
simile 'Reason will riiinliliirahly exceed
the colt of oiid ill the liotiHiilriM iiii
remltieR, Willi a refrigerator every
thing I e aiily kept Ireili hihI wholoaomii,
which without oiiii would tin iiiirkly
tainted mill u ii 111 lor iirh, Wa show them
In live dlll'oieiil i.oi Ht (nun $9 M::i 70
. Have money liy getting one Im
mediately, BLILOMi k BUSCII. Tie Honserurnlslicrs.
i - m m mm r
1 Kil I., HI (lit V.
ATTORNEY AT I.AW.
I a I I r iimilir Court IIihim,
1 Uli. nautliir! mil! atiBtrarU tul Mull;
lialirtl, MnrlMiTPB fiifn'lriiv alp, ft
g0iitrnl Uw ,iiii.eta.
MlTAKV rTIII.K.' unl CUNVKYAKl CM.
aaata ra ur titi.a kaui
Ileal aiiaia handled hiatiraiic. written In
th. II art f..r.1 , nl llartfiitd, 1'alailiii. Ham
burg of Itretueu
Oltci una ilwir anulh ut Mrtuodlal Church.
LACKAMAH AltHIHAtT A TKI'kT CO.
furttlah, Alwt'ala, Cltaliia of TICe, Ile.erlp.
lion, l.oalia, lliaurai rn. I'M T Taaea I'arlool
Tltlea air., etc. mile. ovr (tank ol
or n t ry.
J. K. ( LARK, l'ra ..iii.l Mr.
aauii nrr. .... iituma,
(l II. lUMIt'K.
ATTnltSKV AKDCOt'NHKUlK AT I.AW.
W III practice In all cnurtl of th atal.
Ahatrarta nia.lc. l'lll rtainltirit anil (fliieral
law liualnaaa ItaliaaiHfHl.
Oltlra arlih I. I.
'IN.NAIItll A JOIINHOS
rj w iaiau
KNUINKKKH AM Hl'KVKYUltH
' Hallway larallnn ami ninairiirtlnn, brlilgca.
plana am atlinatra lur water an.ly
iHalna. au.l atrMt luirottiruciit til lowna
porlal attautlua (Iran la liraug hllti ami bin
T W. WKU'll.
Willainctlo Illil., uiKjlle I'imUiIIIis.
4 tllhe liuiira (roiu H 1,111, to 12: I to
t ;M p. in.
J' ATTOUNKY AT I.AW
t. nr ri'rari rrninaiv
Vrrm IMtr liana on mil atrcct.
f or VM1.1.UMM.
ItKAI. MTATK ASH LOAN AUKNT.
A I'xxl Una of liualiicaa, rcaMciica ami auhurliati
Farm rropcrty lu tracta tu ault cm caajr term.
Corroai.nn.lriicc tiriimpllr anawcrc.l. omco,
ecu iliHir to Cauflclil A lliinilcv ilru atnre.
I7a ll7c LATDt ltKI'l
(ol'NSKI.OUS AT I.AW
MAIN HTHKKT OHKCION CITY, OHKCIOM.
ITurnlah Alatrcta ol Tllli'lJan Mimcf. rre-
Cli.aa liirllca. anil irauai- viruriai
-" Leading Agency
in Clackamaa County.
l.dVAl. OK 1,1 VKKI'OOL, ilooa lariccat liualnraa 111 tin worM.
NOltTII llltl TISII ,t M , larKi at aaxita in the world.
KI'N Ul" I.ONIlON, (illicit purely (Ira l iaunnce riiiipanjr 111 tlia world.
.V.TSA tK II AIITKOHI), lirKc.lanil Iwat Amrrlian Company.
CON TIN KNTAI. OF Nr)SV YdllK. oni of the tat Amtrii-an coiiipaiilri.
AND OTIIKK FIKHT-CI.AHH COM TAX I KH.
Ccall on ma) for lintlnua), and caaiii for Mlottwrw (anil Cnlandara
1;. E. DONALDSON'. At Commercial Bank,
1 1 -. -
COL N TV 0 Lit T rifOCF.F.IMMlH.
Uurtliiii V.. Mavca, Juilre. anil F. !
Kr mill S. Y, Miirk t'nninlHloa
fra. July Term.
In tlio nulbir of tli rcjmrt of viewer
01 tlij (Mtliliun of J. J. (il'riein, t al, for
a chuiiK" in the Wiiininnndcl roa J, (lie
ami) wit KrmiUi'l.
In tlm nutter of tlm rcixirt of viewer
on tlio pnition of IvunOln-n, et al, for I Kiiinaiircl the county r.lerk ahull draw a
I c mnty road, the aame wax (ranted. wrrnt ' 'o'"t.
In the 111 tiler of the rrnort of viewer ,n ll,e nmlU!r ol lh" l'pI' ation of E.
on the petition of J. C. Hchmiill. et al. ! 8- 'lottt, et al, for.roa.l, the mine
Ncilrt, 150.95 52 75
It L lioliimn, lnjiii-nt Mc-
Cairrty, .'4 W XI HO
K L Holmaii, iii(iiet II Htoc k . . 2 ()
Tlioa llulninn, Incident 48 fl), 45 tit)
(ilaa & Pru'lliornrne, lirin'UiK. . 15 01
In the matter of the coiiipenaation of
Sidney Hinylh fcr road w irk, It i or
dered hy the ecxirt, that uifjn the com
pletion of the work, and the aame i re
ceived and approved by Hoad Kntfineur
for a county road, the larne wa ac
cepled and exenxe account ordered
In the matter of the petition of Ixaac:
' Karr, ft al, for a county road, the peti
! lion wa rcdired.
I In the nmt'erof the repcjrt of viewer
! of JaiiiaKe 011 the change In the f'arihy
and ovcr-lieitd Ijrldie road, the ame wa
accepted, and petiiion fur a change in
the road itriiiM. . 1
In the matter of the proportion 4
(i. W. Church to furtiiah Kravel for the
Oregon City and Molalla road, the name
1 wil laid over.
j In the matter of the petition of the
; Kbtera of the Good Khepherd
1 for relief from taxmt, it wa ordered
I that the five acre of Kround upon which
111 building i lituated, be exempt froni
taxation according to law,
The latest In CLOTHING and
Ncaibst ' Styles of Dress Goods,
The matter of the petition for the re
lief of William White, wa laid over.
In the matter of the application of K.
C. CroM et al, jr a road, t lie matter wa
laid over. Jf
In the niar of the final report of II.
8. (ilhaon, a ichool mperintendent, the
Our Cunaular Service.
"The consular service U the practical
I and binineo tide of our foreign inter-
courae," write ex-PreiiJent Harrison in
July Ladie' Home Journal. ''There
are more titan twelve hundred person
in the coniul of the United State. -
There are located In the important
commercial cities and town of the world
and are described iranerally m coniul
general, conuJa,'fj5Piuiercia! agent, in
A l'IOf:KK'S KKC OI.I
Flrl Mewapaper In Orejon Two
Mall a Year.
xation accoruinc 10 law. 7 lhi , , , '.
IlrV N,,er of the adpV.Won PjU d clerk.. The
illiani Korlcf. .nVhdtAVbff
J , . iv.' " V" 1 1'arioua. He i the proVcUor and guar-
m for an order refunding minAs PJ'v c "N 1 n x L 1
Novelties in every line.
J I K. CKIIHH,
Wn.t l'c-rii'K tK Aix Cot iita or Tit htt
Real Katat anil Iniuranr.
Omce on Main Hircct t.n. Hlilh iml Hevcnth,
oniuoN it, o.
, NUI U IIKIHiKM
ATTOKNKYS AT I.AW
llnrhlry llullillna, Hrc(on City,
O U. W. Temple, 1'orllainl.
lo Ooncinl l.w Uualncaa, Ixiau Motley, True
l'oreclimo iiiorltriKtu, l'rolmle pritt'tire.
CtlUNSKLOK AT I.AW
Will f irecliiae mm W"Kc, make nliairacta, Iniu
liioney, ao liu cataica anl taninct a Rcnoral
law liti Iiicm.
Omco drat floor adjoining Hank of O CRim City.
OaillOM CITV, OKKOOK
fpilK CONMKKCIAL HANK,
OF OKKdON CITY
TIAHIACTa A OIKIIAI. BANKINO hl'BI NlaB.
Uiana 111111I0. Illlla iIibcoiiiiUmI. Makea col
lcctlona. lluya and aclla eii'haiiite on all poluta
In the Cultcd Hlalea, Kurope mil ""UK Kmii.
ItepoaKa rcccl"cd luliject to check Hank
open from v A. at. to 4 r. at.
0. C. LATOUKK'ITK, l'rcaldcnt.
K K IMINAI.DHON, Ciahler
JJANK OK OKKUON CITY,
Oldest BanklDK II ecse in the Cltr.
Paid up Capital, ITiO.OOa.
raialpKMT, - - TIIOI. CHAIHAN
VICa rBBHIUINT, 0X0. A. HARIIINO.
CAamiH. a. a CAtiriai.D.
JANAIIia. CIIA1I.II H. CAUrilLD.
A f encral liankltif buatncai tnnaicted.
Depoalta received mlijcct to check.
Approved lillli and notoi dlacnunted.
Ooiintj and city warrinti bouilit.
Ixina mvle on ivillaltle aeonrliy.
KichanK lioiiKlit and aold.
iJolleotloni made promptly.
Draft aold avaliaiile in any part of the world
Teleinplilo eiolianijoa aold on Portland, Ban
yraaolaoo, HhlcaKaand New York.
Btereat palj on time depoilti.
To lonn on
C a U V . " J I HI J' , U T V u
lirporty in Clackamas County.
ANDREW C. MALSTEN,
aggar Building oppoHito Court Houne,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Tlios. Charman & Son,
9regon City, Oregon.
Successors to ELY BROS.,
900 Molalla Avenue.
Flour, Shorts, Bran, Oats, Wheat, Spuds. Etc.
Cash Paid for Chickens and Eggs-
Uow you Can Save Money
When your children need a laxative or stomach
and bowel regulator, buy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
Fifty does lor twenty-hve cents. The season for
coldri and coughs is upon us. In order to be pre
pared for an emergoncy, get a bottle of
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
The best in the market. Trice 25 conts. For sale
at the CANBY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
a taxed, the clerk was insuuctpu to no
tify them to apiear Ufbe next term, and
prove that the w-ra not owner of the
properly at the tiniejof the aiwcieuient.
In the matter ot ALr. Jane Roberta,
pauper, it i directed that the order
heretofore made to give Mrs. Wineaett
$'.'0 for the care and keeping of Mr.
Hubert!, be discontinued, and that a
warrant oe drawn in favor of .William
Ilvis for 4 15 on the first day ol each
inoVlaTor the car"aV! keeping of said
In the matter of the bond ol the
county treasurer, wheseaa it being
known that the present bond of the
treasurer i tooBtuall, and being fully ad
vised that the present bond is nut suffl
Itlent, it la therefore ordered that he pro
cure the additional bond of 120,000,
making the total amount, $50,000.
Io the matter of the Dull Run bridge,
thliier visor was orderej to te.tr the
same dow n.
The following bills were allowed:
A F Stokes, elec hall rent $ 50
J M Tracy, elec hall runt
(ilaxs & Prudhomme, c b in p. ..
Portland Keitaurant, jury meals
Wui Beeson & Sun, road ac. . . .
UFLinn, " "
J Campbell. " "
0 0 Iron Works, " "
J W liranihall, " "
Poie A Co, " "
Oregon Pottery Co, " "
Western Wheel Sc ScrajierCo. .
.1 II . M
Maple & Hoffman, roadac ...
Tlios CharuiAn & Son, lau ac
E 0 llackett, tariitit, ti7 50. .
Dorothy Chase, tax list
J A Taihert, tax execution. . . .
S J (.arrinon. "
.Millard Hyatt, deputy sheriff,
OT&TCo, ch account
man ul Amoncan cdinmeVce: provides
for destitufeLanericanl(pldi"rlnd tends
them home Lhectake cUajithe ef
fect of AnJrica'ri citizens dying in the
juriadictijir; having no legal representa
tive; he receives the declaration or pro.
teats of our citizens in any matter effect
ing their rights ; he keeps a record of the
arrival and departure of Amerfcan ships'
and of their cargoes, and looks after
vessels-wrecked ; he reports any new in
vention or improvement in manufactur
ing processes that he may observe, and
all useful information relating to man
ufactures, population, scientific discov
eries, 01 progress in the useful arts, and
all events or facts that may affect the
trade of the United States, and authen
ticatenfjtoicea and statements of the
marf flue of merchandise to be ship
x?d f JSi United States. Every consul
ate if Ifcommercial outpost ; and if the ser
vice could be given permanence of tenure,
and a corps of men of competent equip
ment, jt would beVie a powerful agency
in extending our cSmmerce."
K It Oettingest Co, Huntley,
State vs Albert Shafer, dist 4,
Stute vs Win Porter dist 4. . . .
State vs George Weber, $48 35,
Henry Carltou, $9....
" H and E Beck
, " Snow, witnesses
It L lUjlmnn, pauper account.
Kinnatrd, locating bridge
nor o ,0
Wm Beeson and Bon, r'd ac. . . 08 05
UlHilstone Sawmill Company, 10 01
E C Maddock, board ot pris. 34 43
J Montgomery, hauling scrap'rs 2 50
" " booths.. 3 00
J L Holfmnn, p tax executions 18 75
W II Savage, " " . 3(3 00
J II Darling, p " " 27 00
W II Muttoon, " " .15 00
J N Harrington, " " 18 00
N M Moody, extra tax work, 17- 50
Claim of jurors, circuit court, 401 90
Claims of witnesses, State va
EJiDeck 43 20
Clings of witnesses, State va
lleina Bros 73 70
State va Montgomery 4 80
Slate vs McCormack, et al 40 00
Glass & Prudhomme, printing. . 30 01)
M F McCown, serving tax exe. . 24 00
Chaa Noblitt, livery hire, $14.25 13 25
H S GibBon, ed meetings , 12 60
Lindsley A Son, lumber 129 03
G W TroBsor, pauper account., 3 85
J C Bradlev, assessor 208 00
Wilson & Cooke, hardware.... 37 75
0 C hospital, pauper account. . . 53 95
EC Maddock, tel and tel ac... 12 05
Witnesses, state vs Llndgren. . . 7 80
Glass & Prudhomme, supplies. . 29 00
R L Holman, coroner's inquest,
Resolved, That while we bow in sor
rowful submission to the Great Ruler of
the universe, we can but jnourn the loss
of our esteemed neighbor, Henry Stock,
who has been suddenly called from our
Resolved, That in the death of our
neighbor, Henry Stock, this camp
mourns the loss of a respected neighbor.
Resolved, That this camp extends its
heartfelt sympathy to to the bereaved
parents and friends in this their hour of
Resolved, That the charter of our
camp be draped in mourning for 30 days.
Resolved, That these resolutions be
spread upon the records of this camp
and a copy presented o the parents of
our deceased neighbor and a copy given
lo the local papers and the Oregon Wood
man for publication.
J. K. Mokkis,
W. S. M.u i.k,
How to Cure Rheumatism.
Arauo, Coos Co., Oregon, Xov. 10, '93
I wish to inform you of the great good
Chamberlain's Pain Balm has done my
wife. She has been troubled with rheu
matism of the arms and hands for six
months, and has tried many remedies
proscribed for that complaint but found
no relief until ehe iSaaJtJiis pain balm,
one bottle of whichMmkV$ipletely cured
her. I take pleasure in T&'eouityending
it for that trouble Yours trTtlv,rVA.
Bcjxokd. 50 cent and $1.00 bottlesTor
sale.by G. A. Harding, druggist.
For 2tW0 cords first-growth seasoned
fir wood suitable for factory use. Vood
to be delivered in our yard as wanted.
Payable in ca9h. Bonds will be required
for the fulfillment of the contract. Rids
will be closed, Jtti 15th, 1890. This
company reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
Okkoon City Masufactcbino Co.
Oregon City, June 24th, 18sW.
For the Lungs.
Elder Alson W. Steers writes from
Portland, Or., ''There is no medicine
for the throat, and lungs that I can rec
ommend to ministers, public speakers
and singers, with the confidence that I
can theS. B. Cough cure." 60 cents a
bottle. For sale by C. G. Huntley,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Awarchd Gold Medal Midwinter Fair, Sao FranciK.
The following was written by D. J.
Solmebly, in early day edit ir of the
Oregon Spectator Oregon's first news
paper publiahed in Oregon City. Mr.
Hchnebly, now advanced in year, pub
lishes a weekly ' paper at Kllenabnrg,
Wash : The first newspaper estab
lished rj Oregon wa the Oregon Spec
tator in 1H45. 'The place 01 publication
wa Oregon Cit-." It was established by
the mlssioiiarka'jf Oregon, which em
hraceif all the territory from the British
line, the 4:tliara'lel, and was bounded
on theast by the Rocky mountain and
1 on tli soutlr by the California line.
I The paper wa published five year and
had in last time (our or five editors.
Hon. Robert Moore,.of Linn City, par
chased tiie plant with its good will in
the falliV 184i). He secured the er
iuesofKyr. Wilson Blaine as editor for
one year. At tke close of Mr. Blaine's
year the editor of this paper took charge
of the Spectator fo-Mr. Moore for a
year, at the close of -which it
chased by the editor. V
In those day the newt of the world '
was received twice a year; it was brought
by way of the flora in sailing vessels.
There was no plagiarism, no copying of
editorials without proper credit. The
paper had to be made up wholly of local,
happenings and imaginings to the
manor born. ,
In the winter of 1850 a semi monthly
mail was etitaWfiaiied between San Fran
cisco and Portland. It was a great
treat to get the nrajl every two weeks
instead of twice a year, as formerly.
To the editor it was an especial accom
modation. In the fall ot 1850 the Western Star
jas established af. yfilwaujcie, by the
enterprising Lot Whitcomb.' The paper
was published there nearly a year, the
work being done by John Waterman and
W. D. Carter. Milwaukie was nearly
the tizo of Portland, which contained
abont 300 inhabitants. Portland was
a small place then, but being at the
head of ship navigation it grew rapidly;
aud in the winter of 1350 The Oregon ian
was establised by some enterprising
citizens of the village Stephen Coffin,
John Crouch, Lownadale and other. T.
J. Dyer was editor. Henry L. Pittock
was not then a citizen of Oregon, but
arrived in the early '50's and soon after
became the devil of the office.
Thus the great paper cf the Northwest
had its early beginning. But it enjoyed
the improved mail facilities almest if
not quite, front its advent.
The Oregon Statesman was the next
in the order of birth at Oregon City, and
it was conducted by Asahel Bush for
Samuel R. Thurston, the first delegate
elected by Oregon to represent the ter
ritory at Washington. The paper was
purchased by Thurston to aid in secur
ing his re-election as a delegate. But
unfortunately he died on his return,
somewhere between the Isthmus of
of Panama and San Francisco. He was
an indefatigable worker and did Oregon
great service at Washiugton. He was
the author of the donation law and had
the new mail route established between
Oregon and California, and had the first
land office established at Oregon City.
The first census in Oregon was taken
by Joe Meek, marshal of the territory of
Oregon, whose deputy, Daniel O'Neil,
did the most of the work. The deputy
did good service for the Spectator during-
his ride over the country. We were in
debted to our friend Dan for his Argus
eyed reports. The marshal had a large
extent of country to ride over, and the
country was sparsely settled in 1S51 .
In those early days the young men
when they went sparking had to carry
blankets with them. The proverbial
"spare bed" was not often found in the
residence ot the dulcinea's home. The
beau in going to and trom hia sweet
heart's abode looked very much
likea traveling man, but as it was the
custom of the country it was little
thought of, and the Bweetheart had no
V.Urticulty in diyining the visitor's
Annual Teachers' Institute.
The annual institute for Clackamas
county will be held at the Easthaui
school building, in Oregon City, begin
ning August 3rd at 1 o'clock p. m., and
continuing for eight days. All teachers
and others interested in school work
should not fail to attend. Several of th
ablest instructors of the state will be
present, and a very interesting meeting
is assured. II. G. Starkweather,
Our nickel coins are really misnamed,
and should be styled copper coins. The
3 cent nickel contains 75 per cent of cop
per and only 25 per cent, ot nickel.
The ordinary 6 cent nickel in common
use has the same proportion of copper
and nickel, three-fourths of the former
and one-fourth of the latter. St. Louis)