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mum. no. 17.
OJUHJON CITY, OKKOON, FlilDAY, MARCH 3, WJ.
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ii wo anil llrldg work Mperlally.
Work warranted mil aatufatitliiii
out' in cjiuiii ink.
F. II AY KM
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
attention given In County Court
ml Initiate biialneat
Ilea l'tlfi, oppoalt Huntley' Hook
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' IVulMvr ri'Pofat.
. ATTOUSKYAT LAW.
flee) or Mi Klllrli k t Wioe Htnrt.
lit Hank of Oregon City.
JtlH. I'OWKI.L A CKAMANN
'b aidant and burgeons.
Ieltl attention given t eurglcal work.
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k attowtiu. j. v.Ciarstu.
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lM I'lYV, ..... OmuoR.
'Ill piaellro In til Hit eoUllS ( tl Mil. Of
, Ik t.nS 1 1 Hi. 4 in.
15 enri ami careful buying wo p
tnanii(i'l to n't a g'"l utock of
jiujicr lcfnr prit'i'H tvlvaiiciiil. Ko
yotf iro nafi) with tin m far ah iiriw"
tiro concernc'l. Our aHMortmcr.t of
delightful new pattern 1m a treat
to !over of floral detin;. Come
and itiM-ct our ltitTcttinK rtock
wWher yoti want to Ini or not.
Dellomy & Duseh,
Tli llufurnllir I
v tr"yvw& i9' 'yrwv,f vvvrw vvw's'' ver'-y-4
I.I.ST (If TUB IIII.I.SIM.SSKI)
llm Governor Vetoes Thro That
(xnslilereit II nit tut the IUU,
lat raj Savs Most Be So!
They all My tint
Headquarters fur Hay, Iandplaler, Hernia, Etc.
Carrie the moet complete at x k
ot First CUas UriMnrUrs to l
found in Ilia City.
U JUstA AHsTHACT A TKl'aT CO.
tilth, AbeVaett. i baliiril Til . IWrlp
nil. Uwus. lutuiai rm, t'f TtiM I'vrfwt
Till. (., . Ottlr nor Hank ul
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Railroad Tickotn t all iint.s Kant at low rates. W
p. E. DONALDSON . jj
1-IRi: AND ACCiDKNT
If. Ml I.I.Kit.
lr( of Uwih, gnlil erotit. all kliuli of
nilliiKt and bililK"'k.
ftli HI. nar dui. OrK" City, Or.
Eaben; 0ubibbir)6 Co.
'tKAL KNTATt AM) LOAN AGENT.
o4 la o buntn.'Mllur tad luburUa
al lroMiriF la Irani u lull on aatj Uit.
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Jj.A D C. UToCkEni,
I COUNSEIX)U8. AT LAW
U ITKKKT OkKOON CITY, OBKdOlt,
ilth AhlrtP1t ol Tttla. Uta llonur, fof-
ilax Miirltttet, tnil uiummji uaotrtl
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388, 300 Washington St., Portland. Or.
Oregon Phone, Main 87.
Furniture, Upholstery, Clothing, Dress Goovli, Silks,
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0rr M''Klttrlrk'i Hho Htora,
. (lit Hank ul OrrKim City.
i ATTOKNKY AT LAW
AtntiCTfor rtcintrr rt'xiMtD,
htit to Orr(on CltY Enb rpri a.
' FItANCLS FRKKMAN,
iloulo of the NortliwHtirn Unlve
nit V iH'tituI HcIkmiI, CIiIi-bo.
i Aumrltan CoIknpof iHtntal Surgery,
ilh Dr. Wulch, Wllhumttt Hlock.
F O. A W. SWOl'E,
j ATTOHNEY'H AT LAW.
cctiotm, Forocloimr of Mortnii
and a general law IniHinoiiH at'
to ml od to promptly.
n Ft. First door South of McthodiHt
iKK Of 0RK0CN CITY,
ti BaiklDi Goes! U the City.
rttd up Ctpitti, t.'iO.ooa
idint, - cmti.t. . ctrviaui.
ratmuiNT, ato. a. HtaniNa.
lit. - a. a otuniLD.
lortlbtnktni builnoat (rtnatntod.
tltt recietYedtuhlflOl to ohaok.
oted hllli and noun dltmmntod.
ty tnd City wtrrtntt boiiRhl.
a ravt on tvtllabls taourlty.
itiiK boiiKhtand told,
otltini mtda prninillY.
aolil tVKlltulo In tu ptrt of the world
trtphlo iolitiiKa told on Portland, Bto
olnoo.Dhlottotud New York,
itl paid ou tuna dopoaltt.
0. STRICKLAND, M. D.
Hoapltal and Privule Experienoe.
ra bin profcHnlnmil iflrvlcca to tlm poo-
ittxntlmi paid to
I ol Orison City and vicinity. Bpuriul
Heat of refer-
nret Riven. Olllea In Willamette
lildlng. Olllco limirt: 10 to 12a. in.,
4 to 0 p. in.
I00N CITY OUEdON,
to buy Syracuse Chilled Plows for
which we are agents. Also full
line of Steel Plows, Harrows, Culti
We sell IMPERIAL BICYCLES
quality highest,--price the lowest.
We are agents for Simonds Cross
cut Saws, and the "Z" brand of
Sledges and Wedges, We keep a
full lino of Hardware, Stoves, Tin
ware, Wagon Wood, Iron and Steel.
Phimhhitt a Specialty.
POPE St CO.
Corner 4th nnd Main Streets, - Oregon City.
No Money Axketl I Mill Cure
We have secured at Rreat cost
tlie nervlcet of one of the world's
Krentest apeclallets. He has
teatlnionlalk from some of Hie
beat people In the United fcitalea
Wonderful Ciincm! IVo Kiirs
rrtl 0eriillon! No l'ulii!
No leluy l'r m IliihineNNt
Aa an evidence that he has the
ability to perform what we ad
vertUe, no recompense will be
reiinlred until the patient him
tolf arknowleget a positive cure.
DOCTOR E. H. RATCLIFFE
Personally attends to all cases of
Thirty yenrs of praotlre has made hi in authority on diseases of this
nature, (.all or write, free consul tat Ion. Correspondence solicited.
K aw and tlegtnt parlors in the Al laky building, oor- Third and Morrison.
Entrance, K Morrison, opposite MoAllen A MnUonell'a, Portland, Or. Rooms
aiO, 311,312. Take elevator. llours-l)to 12 a, m.; 1-0 ami 7.8:30 p, in.
(i.n.ral l.tnt Kllril Uf III. (.nrrrnor.
. II. 3 y laiy of HiiUn-l'trtltl eo-lifl.
ration of Ihm.iI lawa.
H. II, 5 by Prlver ol l.ant To provide for
working; county .mwiiit on the public
H. II, 0 by H.rmon of Josephine To pro
Yldt for tli rrj(iatra!ori ol Volar
H, II. by K-ed of D niKlat To Permit
ai liixil di.KU ia lo retain balancra not
H. II. It by Morrow of Morrow Tij pro
tide for Hit extirpation of tlil.tl.a.
K. II. 17 by Kultou of ClattopTo appro
priate ll'ffO for the Htale lliatorical Hocieljr.
H, 11. 22 by D.ly of Uka-To provide for
the pavnienl of atale tass In money.
H. II. 27 by Fulton of Clattop-A code re
lalliit; lo rirxotlablf liialrameiita.
H. 11. 32 by Daly of Uks-To require
eonniy clrrk. lo adinliililrr oaths in pension
malbirt aitlio'it charge.
H II. Mby Purler of Cleckama-To re
quire aherills lo collect certain fees In civil
H. B. by Proebati-I of L'nitllllt-To
robibit the ow of nickel in-tlie slot ma
cbinrt. M. B. .VI by I'orUr of Clwkttnt.-To
amend the law ao as lo iermit shrrilt to
execiite deeda on prorerdiliK begun by
H. It. .Viby Hmiib of Ittker To cur cer
tain drlrcls In dreds.
H. B. fit by Harmon of Josephine To
amend the law to at to give I he governor
eierutlve functions on Ibe state board of
H. II. 7.1 by Ilrownell of Cla katnat-To
provide for Hit election of road supervisors
by the voters.
h. B. 7d by lltrmtn of i.e bine To
pruvide tht i summaries only of county
auetsmeiit rolls be Iranaaiitled lo secretary
H. B. "i by Kn) k'ndill of lne To pro
vide fur officers and rlerkiof the legislature.
H. B. M by Dates of Multnomah To en-
Courtife the uw ol wide tires on wsgons.
S. B. M by Cameron of Jackson To pro
hibit certain livestock from ruining at
8. B. to by Daly of Benton-l'j prohibit
untnthoriied persona running push cars
I along public highways.
j 8. B. rl bv Pulton of Clttaop To confirm
j title lo tide lauds in certain cases.
8. B. M by Fulton of CltUoo To author-
. Im county courts lo permit tknl roads along
I public biebways.
I H. B. Oil by Mackay of Mullnomah-To
protect the use of trademarks.
8. B. 07 by Mulkey of Polk-To provide a
graded aral of fees in probate cases, etc.
j 8. B. I'M by Josephl of Multnomah-To
provide for park boards in towns of 3000 or
8. B. l'U by Daly of Lake To provide
for the sale of agricultural school lands.
8. B. Ill by Fulton of Clatsop-To
authorise the institution of suits lo deter
mine conllicllng claims to real estate by
persons not in actual possession ol the
' 8. B. lit by Dufur of Wasco To amend
law relative to proceedings in Justice courts.
S. B. 122 by Fulton or Clatsop To limit
appeals to tb supreme court to cases in
volving $SO or more.
8. B. 123 by Fulton of Clatsop To make
court reporters' note prima facie evidence.
8. B. 12(1 by Daly of Benton-To codify
the laws relative lo the state school lands.
8. B 127 by Wade of I'nlon-To give
preference of ex soUiers and ex-sailors in
8. B. 141 by Daly of Benton To provide
a commission for selection of school text
books. 8. B. H2 by Dufur of Wasco To amend
the law relative to the manner of attaching
8 B. 113 by Josephi of Multnomah-To
tax bicycle $1 25 each in certain counties to
support cycle paths.
8. B. lit by Belling or Multnomah-To
require the collection of certain fees by
8. B. lt0 by Smith or Baker To amend
mining laws so as to put placers and quarts
claims ol same basis as property.
8. B. Itil by Smith of Baker To provide
a manner for the release of sureties from
8. B. 103 by Smith of Baker To permit
surety companies to quality on bonds.
b. B. 173 by Patterson of Washington To
regulate the transfer of stocks of goods in
8. B. 171 by Judiciary committee To pro
vide clerical aid for judges of the supreme
8. B. 170 by Mackay of Multnomah To
define legal publications of notices.
8. B. 178 by Fulton or Clatsop-To pro
vide for printing supreme court reports and
8. B. 2C0 by Reed of Douglas To change
method of governing the Soldiers' Home.
S. B. 221 by Fulton ol Clatsop To pro
vide for submitting constitutional amend
ments. S. B.237 by Patterson or Waahington-To
amend the law so as to permit planking
and corduroying roads.
H. B. 13 by Curtis or C!atsop-To regu
late sturgeon Ashing on the Columbia river.
II. B. 15 by Moody or Multnomuh To
provide for criminal prosecution upon in
formation. ll. B. 21 by Morton of Wasco To cure
certain delects in deeds.
H. " 38 by Hill or Multnomah-To regu
late pilotage on Columbia and Willamette
create office of ats'e biologist, without sa
II, " f7 by Bench of Miiltiiornsb-To pre
vent the adulterating of candy.
II. "HI by Dtvlaof l.inooln-To regulate
the business of barbers,
II. " I'M by WllliaiiiMin of Crook-To pro
vide for a walp bounty fund.
II, " VH by Mtxwell of TJIIamook-To
prevent production and aa of unwhole
some foods and medicines (lxoney pure
II. " 110 by Curtis of ClataoD-To ennro-
prists 1 15 0i for propagation of Salmon.
II." I i'l by Myers of Multnomah-To re
store some ltf) Ui the military fund.
II. " 110 by Myers of Multnomsb-To
reorganise the ofllclal ttatl of Ibe Oregon
II. " 113 by Marsh or Wasbingtoa-To
provide for the protection of forest and
game, and the appointment of wardens.
II. " 111 by Hill of Multnomah-To pre
vent the mtlnitlntnc of armed bodies ol
men bv others than lb state,
II." Hi I by If ill of Multnomah-To regu
late and license fir insurance comptnita.
II. " lt by Flaggof Marion To reorgan
ise the state board of agriculture.
H. " Vi by McOieen of Une-To pro
vide lor lien agtinat mining claim lor
labor or supplies.
II. " 222 by Butt of Yambitl-To regu
late mutual Insurance companies.
H. ' Z1 by Boeder of L'mttilla-To regu
late tb bringing of sheep into Oregon.
II. " 237 by Wonacott of Douglas To
amend tb law relative lo appointment of
public road viewers.
II. " iit by Morion or Wasco To protect
fruit and hop industries by requiring des
truction of pestt.
II. Zi) by Mcliola or Benton-To fix sal
ary of clerk of supreme court at $ WJO per
II. " 2Tr2 by Roberts of Wasco-To amend
the law relating to management of state
II. " 2 3 be C irtl, of Clatop-To fix
salaries of district attorneys and make term
of ctllre four years.
II. " 2 bv Stanley ol t nion-To re
organise tbe state dental board.
H. 201 by Stillmau ol Umatilla-To
provide lor irrigation ditchet, etc. -
II. ' ZC by Curtis ol ClattopTo amend
tbe law for ibe protection of salmon to as
to agree witb the laf of Washington.
H. - 90 by Williamson of Crook-To re-
district ibe state for senator and representa
II " 319 by Davia of I.lncoln-To amend
tbe law relating to the duties or tbe stale
H. B. 329 by Moody ol Multnomah-To
release the state rrom payment of coat and
furnishing bonds and undertakings.
II. B.SW by Moody ol Multnomah-To
protect trout and oilier fish.
II. B. 2 by Virtue of Joeephiue-To
provide for Ibe appropriation of water for
mining or power purpose.
II. B. 372 by Beach or Multnomah-Gem
eral appropriation bill.
H. B. 371 by Slillman of Umatilla-To
withdraw school lands from sale and reduce
interest on school fund loan to 6 per cent.
H. B. 3S3 by Beach or Multnomab
Bpecial appropriation bill.
Local aud ft pedal Laws riled by the
8. B. 1 by Dufur of Wasco To authorise
the town ol Antelope to borrow rO0 to
build water works.
8. B. 7 by rroebstel of Umatilla To in
corporate tbe to a n of Mora.
8 B. 19 by Michell of Wasco To create
a trust lund In Multnomah county.
8. B. 50 by Kuykendail or Une-To
authorise Eugene divinity school to center
8. B.M by Bates or Multnomah To cre
ate the office or clerk of jus tics court in
8. B. (U by Kakendall or Lane To change
the time ot holding court in the second ju
8. B. 00 by Reed ol Douglas To reduce
salaries of Douglas county officers.
8. B. .2 by Mackay or Multnomah To
amend the act incorporating the Dort or
8. B. 82 by Daly or Benton To regulate
salmon fishing on Alsee bay and rivers.
" 01 by Patterson of Washington To
amend the charter ol Hills'ooro.
"93 by Looney or Marion To use
convict labor on certain Marion county
" " 100 by Daly or Benton To Incorpo
rate town or Philomath.
' 103 by Reed or Douglas To author
ise the election of floodgates on Hudson
and Otter sloughs.
"106 by Daly or Benton To amend
the charter or Corvallis.
107 by Harmon of Josephine-To '
protect lood fishes of Upper Rogue river.
110 by Morrow of Morrow To in
corporate the town of Canyon City.
125 by Fulton of Clatsop-To con
stitute beach of, Clatsop county a public
1 133 by Harmon of Josephine To
amend the charter or Grant's Pass.
" 136 by Kelly ot Linn To appropriate
15000 for the reliet or Ivy Templeton.
1 140 by Troebstel of Umatilla-To
raise the salary of Umatilla county treas
Froebstel ot Umatilla To raise the
per diem of Umatilla county commission
1 " 152 by Looney of Marion To au
thorise Jetlersou institute to sell out to the
' "159 by Browned or Clackamaa To
amend charter or Oregon City,
" ' 103 by Fulton ot Clatsop To In
corporate the town of Seaside.
" " 108 by Daly of Lake To incorpo
rate the town of Lakevlew.
-" " 171 by Harmon of Josephine To
protect salmon iu Curry county.
" " 175 by Bates or Multnomah To re-
pure Multnomah county lo lake the city'
ess ol Ibe sleel bridge.
". " 177 by Kelly ol Llnn-To amend the
" "111 by Adams of Marion-To Incoc
" " It! by Kelly or Llnn-To amend the
charter or Ibanon.
" " 1H (t .batltiite f r 8. B. Vi) by Mor
row or Morrow To fix salaries of county
officers In Clackamas, Morrow, Wasco and
" " l by Htlnes of Wuhlngton-To
fix salaries or Washington county officer,
"ls'lby Mulkey of Polk-To amend
charier ol Monmouth.
" " Ifr2 by Michell of Wasco-To Incor
porate Dallee City (The Dsllej).
" " Ufl by Kuykendail or Lane-To
amend the charter of Eugene.
" "Ifta to amend the charter or Astoria.
" -I'M by Mtckty or Mullnomeb--To
reduce mileage of witiiCMes and juror in
Multnomah county to 5 cents per mile.
" " 205 by Fulton or Clatsop-To abolish
tb office a recorder of Clatsop county.
" " 212 by Morrow of Morrow-To Incor
porate tbe city of Heppner.
" 225 by Dufur of Wasco-To Incorpo
rate tbe town of Dufur.
" 22s by Proebstel of Umalilla-To
amend charter of Weston,
" " by Brownell of Clackama To cre
ate a separate commltsion for transaction of
county business in Clackamas county.
" " 231 by How of Yamhlll-To Incor
" " 232 by Smith of Baker-To Incorpo
rate tbe town or Burnt.
II. 22 by Reeder of Umatilla To
amend charter or town of Adams.
II . - 37 by Fordney ol Wallowa To an
nex a portion of Union to Wallowa eourty.
II. " 53 by Beach of Multnomah To eon-
atiute Willamette and Portland boulevard
Multnomah county roadt.
H. " 71 by Maxwell of THIamook-To in
H." by Bratton of LaneTo amend
the charter of Junction City.
II. " 92 by Mastingill or Lake-To credit
Lake county $2H.0 error In state taxes.
H. " 97 by Whitney of Llnn-To amend
the charier of Albany.
H. " 125 by Marsh ol Washington-To
provide lor boarding tbe" prisoners of Clat
sop, Washington and Clackamas counties)
H. " 153 by Donnelly or Grant To create
the county of Wheeler.
H.U15U by Maxwell of Tillamook-To-
incorporate Tort ol Tillamook and provide
for Ibe Improvement of Hoqarton slough.
H. " 103 by McQueen of Linn To Incor
porate Cottage Grove.
H. 170 by Wbimey of Llnn-To amend
charter of town ol Tangent.
H. " 1KI by Wilson of Douglts-To incor
II. " 132 by Maxwell ol Tillamook-To
regulate and to fix salaries ot Tillamook
II. " 1S5 by Curtis or Clatsop To Incor
porate New Astoria, adjoining Fort
H. " 196 by Blsckaby or Malbeur-To
Incorporate the city of Ontario.
H. - 211 by Knight of Clackamas-To In- '
corporate the town of Canby.
H " 220 by Young of Clatsop To Incor
porate the city ol Wsrrenton.
H. 230 by Whitney of Llnn-To fix the '
salary or the Linn county assessor.
H. " 241 hy Dayia or Lincoln-To fix tbe
salaries or the sberiQ and clerk in Lincoln
H. " 217 by Reeder or Umatilla-To pro
vide for tbe reconveyance or land to I.E.
H. " 249 by Blackaby ol Malheur To
change the time or holding court iu tb
ninth judicial district.
II . " 273 by McCulloch or Marion-To in
corioiate the city ot Salem.
H. " 275 by Williamson ol Crook-To in
corporate the city or Prineville.
H. " 2S1 by Fordney or Wellowa-To In
corporate the city or Wallowa.
H. ". 2X6 by Sherman ol Jackson To
amend charter or Gold Hill.
II. " 293 by Sherman of Jackson-To re
gulate and fix tbe salary of tbe assessor of
H. " 313 by Topping ot Coos To incor
porate the town of Marsh Held.
H. " 323 by Stewart of J ackson To amend
the charter of Med lord.
H. " 310 by Hawson ol Gilllam-To
amend the charter of Arlington.
A. " 352 by Fordney of Wallowa-To in
corporate the city or Enterprise.
H. " 353 by Stewart or Jackson To
amend tbe charter ot Medford.
II " 3d by Donnelly of Grant To fix
compensation ol Harney county commissioners.
H. " 360 by Butt of Yambill-To amend
the charter or Newberg.
H. " 371 by Hall or Columbia-To fix
salaries or Columbia county officers.
Vetoed by the Governor.
S. B. 2 by Bates or Multnomah To cre
ate office or tax collector in Multnomah
8. " 150 by Mulkey of Folk county To
create a state board of equalization.
II . " 112 by Moody ol Multnomah-To
regulate horseshoing in Portland.
He Fooled The Surgeons,
All doctors told Renick Hamilton, of
West Jefferson, O., after suffering 18
months from Rectal Fistula, he would
die unless a costly operation was per
formed ; but he cured himself with five
boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the
Barest Tile cure on Earth, aud the lBt
Salve iu the World. 25 cents a box.
Sold by Geo. A. Harding Druggist.
Money to loan on a good farm secutity.
One to three years at 8 per cent.
O. B. Dimick.
1 H. " 10 by Myers or Multnomah-To