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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUNE 0, 1899.
(Concludtl from pag-a one)
Auitin J. Salisbury, company II, mili
ary region, never.
June 4 Private Elmer C. IXwlitlle,
company C, arm, moderate; William K.
Smith, company K, arm, mvere.
First Montana Theodore Stiulte, com
pany C, back, slight.
('rivet William McKlwain, of com
any II, wat 32 year of age, ami a ait
horn in Greeenville, Me. He enlisted at
TVnlloton, giving his occupation a a
lal.rtr, ami the name of hi guardian,
K. W, Mann, of Cheyenne, Wyo. He
formerly served three years in the
Kiglith United States infantry.
burgeon-Major Matthew F.llis was
liorn in Gray county, Ontario, 40 year
ago. lie it a tingle man, and enlisted
in Alhanv. He has a sister, K. ltertha
Kllis, of Albany. Major Kllis lias been
member of the Oregon National Guard
for 10 years,
William E. Smith, of company K, it a
recruit, 25 years old, and was born in
Fairfield, Or. He was a larmer by occu
pation, and the name of his guardian
was given as Pick IVverette, of Fair
rrivute Elmer C. Doolittle, of com
pany C, is 30 years old, and was born in
Isabel, Mich. He is a mairied man, and
enlisted at Eugene. He was a miner
before his enlistment.
Austin J. Salisbury, a private of com
pany II, is 23 yeait of age. He was
born in Col una, California, and enlisted
in Portland. He was a commercial
traveler ty occupation, and his people
reside in Keventville, ItonL
Private Henry M. Wagner, of B com
pany, is 20 years old, and was born in
Oakland, Or. He enlisted at Ashland.
Wagner ia a single man, and gave for
his guardian Mrs. J. M. Sherwood, of
Cottage Grove, Or.
(ITT COrNClL IX SESSIOX.
Regular Mnthlj Meeting Held Wed.
ncsday Evening. Resume of
The city council met in regular ses
sion Wednesday evening with Mayor
Latourette presiding and every member
present. Minutes of the previous meet
ing read and accepted.
An invitation to attend the opening of
the Y. M. C. A. was read and ordered
placed on file.
Permission was granted Edwin Rich
ards to maintain a coop for live fowl on
street in front of his place of business on
Petition read from residents of block
42, County Add., reciting that the alley
in that block is 26 feet wide and asking
that same be reduced to 12 feet in width
and attach surplus land to lots adjoining.
On motion petition was laid over until
such time as petitioners prepare ordin
ance covering the matter and agree to
pay all costs.
City Recorder Cnrry presented his
quarterly report showing 8 arrests on
chaws of drunkenness and vagrancy,
and the issuance of two burial permits.
Chief Engineer Mason, of the fire de
partment, presented his quarterly report,
showing that but two fi'es had occurred
durng the quarter, no damage resulting
from either. He recommended that the
single fire plugs at the corner oi Main
and 11th, 12th, and 13th streets be re
placed by double hydrants, and especial
ly at 11th street where a water shortage
would prove disastrous in case of fire
since the erection of the Y. M. C. A.
building, lie further reported having
notified parties in charge of Shively's
ball to unlock back door and keep back
steps clear during perfoimances. The
apparatus is in good order.
Report was accepted and recommend
ations referred to fire and water commit
tee with power to act.
Finance committee reported the fol
lowing billet and recommended payment
Bruce C. Curry, salary as record
er and bands 25 40
Cbas E Burns, salary as chief of
police for month of May 00 00
F L sfhaw, salary as nightwatch 00 00
L Dickelman, cleaning Main
street month of May 35 00
C. M. Mason, salary as chief en
gineer fire department 10 00
Oregon City Iron Works, street
covers 3 09
V R Hyde, prosecutor's fees. . . . 5 00
Paul Hussock, witness fees 150
AW Schnnke, witness fees 1 50
Wilson & Cook, hardware 0 85
J Henry Huith, survey t 00
Paul iIubboc!, meals to city jail 29 20
A 8 Dresser, fees, etc 18 50
Portland Geo Klectric Light Co
lights for May 181 28
T M Miller, special police 7 00
J C Bradley, labor self and man 82 00
C W Greenman, hauling 10 50
Geo A Harding, lamp 1 50
T C Gadke, plumbing 1 50
White Bros, inspecting Shivelys
hall 2 00
Ernest RanJs, surveying 12 50
Cemetery fund :
W H Jackson, keys 50
E W Scott, labor 13 35
II C Stevens, water pipe 28 00
Recorder instructed to deduct $20. per
month from Electric Co's bill in accord
ance with agreement.
Recorder instructed to notify Capt. J,
T. Apperson, as surety on Thos. Char
man note, that unless same was paid in
ten days suit would be instituted.
Chief of police was instructed to notify
Indiana living on tlx bluff to remove the
bouse from oil" the street within thirty
days, and if not done to u fore.
An ordinance relating to improvement
of street! wat read the first time and wat
ordeted taken up at special meeting cal
led lor June 21 tt.
The ordinance providing for the pay
ment of fU".). for extension of the electric
system wat placed on final passage and
The bluff road ordinance wat placed
on final pawing and lost by a vote of 5
The ordinance relating to width ot tires
used on drays ami wagons engaged in
hauling in Oregon City was read the
second time and referred to the commit
tee on streets.
The committee on streets wat author
ised to construct the 4th street steps.
Notice wat given of a re consideration
of the vote by which the bluff road or
dinance was lost. The matter to be
taken up at next meeting.
Recorder instructed to re-Insure en
gine house No. 3.
The time having arrived, the council
proceeded to elect a new water commis
sioner. R. U. Wilscn and II. C. Stev
ens were placed in nomination. On the
ballots bein counted it was found to be
a tie vote, whereupon the mayor cast
the deciding ballot in favor of R. O.
Wilson, who thus becomes Water Com
Council then adjourned until June 21.
ExsTROM-MoHsr. At the residence of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
K. Morer.ti" North 17lh street, Port
land at 4 o'clock p. m.,on Wednesday,
June 7, 1S'.. Miss Florence Elua
.Mon-y and Mr. Axel Carl Ludwig
This wedding possessed more than
ordinary interest to Oregon City people
from the fact that the bride was formerly
one of Oregon City's most charming
young ladies and the groom is favorably
known from hit work in supervising the
construction oi the electric power plant.
The ceremony was set for 4 o'clock p. m.,
and promptly at that hour the beauti
ful strains of Lohengrin wedding march
ushered the bridal procession Into the
spacioua drawing room where, under an
arch composed of foliage and illuminated
by myriads of twinkling electric bulbs,
the party was met by the groom and
Rev. Boyd, of the Congregational church
who pt-rformed the beautiful rites that
marked the blending of two lives into
Miss Helen Eastham was maid of
honor with Miss Morey, of California,
and Miss Stevens, of Portland, brides
maids. Count Wilson, Swedish consul
at Portland, officiated as best man.
About 100 invited guestt witnesesd the
ceremony, of whom 30 were from Oregon
The decorations were elegant and
pleasing, especially those of the dining
room, where graceful La France roues
predominated. The presents wen nu
merous and costly, and many congratul
atory telegrams and cablegrams were
Mr. and Mr. F.xstrom took the evening
overland (rain for California, en route to
the fashionable eastern summer reports
where the honevmoon will be spent.
HfMrnHsYB-HoYT. On Monday after
noun at 2:30 p. m. in Christ's church
at Vancouver, British Columbia, Mr.
John K. Humphreys of Oregon City
and Miss Ada It. lloyt, of Woodstock,
New Brunswick, were united in mar
riage by the Rev. L. Norman Tucker.
Mr. Humphreys went to Vancouver,
B. C. last Saturday evening to meet hit
bride, who also arrived simultaneously
from Woodstock, N. B. Mr. Humphreys
is one of Oregon City's most exemplary
young gentlemen and jtosseBses a host
of friends who will extend many good
wishes for a life of prosperity and happi
ness to the newly wedded couple. Mr.
and Mrs. Humphreys will return in
about 10 days and will occupy a cottage
on Seventh street.
LfKi.i.iNO. In Oregon City, June 2,
1&99, Miss Olive A. dwelling, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A, Lewel
ling, aged 27 years, 8 months and 10
In the death of Miss Luelling the com
munity has met with a loss which will
be long felt. She taught several terms
in the West Side school with great suc
cess and acceptance. Last beptemhe'
she began her work in the Barclay
school and remained at the poHt of duty
until the latter part of February. Her
last illness was a long, painful struggle
against the inevitable.
Asa teacher, Miss Luelling was very
skillful and consequently much beloved
by ber pupils. As a Christian Endeav
orer she was well known for her zeal and
enthusiasm in her local society and in
the county conventions.
The sympathy of the entire community
goes out to the bereaved family in this
time of affliction, and was strikingly
shown by the large concourse of friends
at the funeral services. The floral
tributes were many and beautiful.
After the funeral services in the Pres
byterian church, of which she was a
member, the interment took place in
the Milwaukie cemetery. The ball
bearers were Professors, O. II. Byland
and J. C. Zinser, of the County Board
of Examiners, Professors. T. J. Gary
and J. W. Gray, of Park place and West
Side schools, and Howard Brownell, and
Choster A. Muir.
A moentala el tilths confront! Ih ateru bows-
II In lanily ease dmtl. ! t'ar
I le est clese ll uP
ikksal and cbssiat ! I
diht, loo, sad bin
I VVAJ Th bs. ai.Mt. ou
Cf ulthti li la um t
rmph(Sj WASHING W
magic, culi lh aud mats
Hi .liihn lr(uU tlasn. I Is. I
II clssnit.t I utsdssaeii-f by Hill
glial cliauMf, aud l ball III !
For irtsit Konorey buy ear lai paUs-.
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
Chicago Sk tails NiwYerk Boito
KKAl iSTATr, TKAXNKKKH.
Famished Every Week by the t latka.
was Abstract Si Trust ComuaaT.
M Johnson to K Christopher t'. of
tw4 sec 34. t 5 1, r. le 100
R Hill to TJ Gary lot 8. blk 12,
Sunset City (550
G E llargreavet to A Clin, 24 R7
acres iu II Baker claim t 2 t, r 2 100
P Watts to G E Hargreaves, 24.57
acres in II Baker claim 150
8 E Johnson to E L Welch, 10 acres
tec 2, t 2 s, I 2 500
S A Kiser to I. II Porter 100 acrea
sec 14, t 5 t, r 1 e 1
L II Porter to 8 A Kim-r tw '4' tec
14. 15t. rle 1
A Bauhus toE IMilke. lot "A"
tract 72, part lots 3, 5, o, tract 72
part lota 4 tract 7 4. 1
C A Miller to I) A Coovert, GO acret
claim 44, 4H K0 acres claim 41 . . . 10
B F Linn to A B Linn, 132 acret tec
F S Cottle to T A At wood. 12 acret
Minthorn Springs 450
J Shaw lo II Gana, 4 acrea In
Holme'a claim, 1 2 t, r 2 e and lot
2, blk 0. Holme's add 3)100
E W Paget by theriuT to J A Bell
ne4 and n ', of n1 s-c 3ti, 1 1 1,
r 5 e 415
J A Bell toT T Burkhart 240 acret
set 3d. t 1 s, r5 e 840
T T Burkhart to U 8, 240 acret tec
30, t 1 s, r 5 e Act of Congress. . .
C W Gardner to J Gardner lot 4,
blk 15 Oswego COO
J H Albert to J James lots 13, 14,
19,20, 21 blk 71, Minthorn 2
W B Baker to L 8 Baker, 40 acret
tec 4, 13 1, r4 e 40
W B Baker to O L Baker, 4 acret
sec 4, t 3 i. r 4 a 4o0
T Riechel to F II Fruiht 18 acres in
claim 3 1200
O W Taylor to F Hog lot 21. blk 3,
D A Coovert to F and A LuU, 108.80
acres in Tracy and Chase claim t
3s,r 3 e 3000
A Weight to II A Allen 23 and P2
92 claim 5'J, t 3 s, r3e 080
V Tabordon to J Fegles, 150 acres
acres in sec 14, t 2 s, r 5 e 500
H L Lewis to R V Anxier, lots 1, 2,
3, 4, blk K8 Minthorn 1
A C Faiichild to E G Crawford 9
acres sec 23, 1 1 s, r 2 e 5-50
A P Barlow to CJ Quint, 3 acres
in Barlows 150
THE CLACKAMAS ABSTRACT k
TRUST CO. are the owners of the copy
right to the Thorne system of abstract
indexes, for Clackamas county, and have
the only complete set of attracts in the
County, can furnixh information as to
title to land at once, on application.
Loans, investments, real estate, abstracts
etc. Office over Bank of Oreiron City.
Call and investigate. Address box 377
Oregon City Oregon.
Deaf liens Cannot be Cared
by local applications, as I hey cannot
reach the diseased portions of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eu
stachian Tule. When this tube gets in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely
closed deafness is the result, and unless
the intimation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY A CO. Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Just received a new line of lace cur
tains. Call and see them.
Oregon City Auction House.
"Big Junior Go" at the Salvation
Army Saturday evening. Admission
5 cents. Ice cream and cake at the
close of service.
Agents for the best machine on earth
Improved New Goodrich. ,
Oregon City Auction House.
Our line of new sewing machines for
$24 have no equal. Call and see them.
Oregon City Auction House.
Ban th jf iw wim tou nan siwarn
The Kind You Haw Always Bought
The Shaw ( oiiipaiij.
This company w Idle, stunners to Ore
gon City it one of the best and moid
favorably known organisations of lit
kind on the Pacific coant, coiupriaing
twenty-one people, each one an artist
in his or her line ol btislneat. Tin lr
repertoire Is coiiihimhI of the lat
ent up to date Eastern tiucesw'.
Sc ial scenery Is t arried for each and
everyone of their playt. Sscial atten
tion it paid to even the smallest detail
with the result that their performance
are imply perfect. Bright catchy
tpeclaltiet are Introduced. Add to thit
theentrttct tniitic by the company's
operatic orchestra, of eight soloist,
which It second to nine on the road,
and you have an evenings entertainment
the like ol which hat never been S4i-n
This company will be seen In Oregon
City for one week commencing Monday
June 12 in the following reertoire :
"lveand Iw," "From Sirs lo Son,"
"Pink Honilnoa, fht Last Stroke,"
"Jim the Penman" and "The West
erner." Their hand of 12 pieces In their daily
concert and challenge military drill
need no introduction but will be seen
and heard only to l appreciated and
praised. The prices for theae entertain
mnts will tw placed within the reach of
all, 10-20-30 cetiit. Seats can U se
cured in aJyance at Huntley' Book
Illatnark'a Iron Nrnc
Was the result of hit tplendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendotit energy
are not found where stomach, liver,
kidneya and bowel are out ol order. If
you want tliee qualitiet and the tucreas
they bring, use Dr. Kimi'i New Life
Pills. They develop every power of
brain and body. Only 25 cents at
Geo, A. Harding'a drug atoie,
Mlhtri HM.MMI. Mrrr
Modem fjl"'' ( Mr0'
Dr. L. L. Pickens, dentist, has re
opened his dental olllce in the Barclay
building corner ol Main ami Seventh
We have the largest stock of bicycles
in Clackamas county. Come In and get
Ilnr rm-ister A Andreaen.
Lost, a fur scarf on or near the Eighth
street steps. Leave at Barlow' store
and receive reward. Mrs. A. It.
lbs Latest Yarn.
A Pittsburg drummer tell! thin new
yarn: I alwayt carry a bottle of
Kemp's BalKam in my grip. I take
cold easily and a few doses of thn Bal
sam always makes me a well man.
Everywhere I go I seak a kmi1 word
for Kemp. I take hold of my custom
ers I take old men and young men,
and tell them confidentially what I do
when I take cold. At druggists, 25c and
A now line thin your nt
prices that invite conipari
Hon. Nothing cheap or
flimsy in the lot though
you can buy ono an cheap
Another nhipmciit of new
goods this vveek direct from
Chicago. Theno prices talk:
Aluminum Pumpt ijc
Foot I'umps 40c
Ponv Out Lamps wt. 9 oz ,.
HucUkin Fibre Grips perpnir 15c
waiiiir unps per pair 25c
Tool Bugs 40c
Rubber Cement 5c
Wood Rim Cement 15c
Standard Cyclometer jjc
Newr Departure Cyclometer.. juc
Toe Clips ijc
Single Tube Tires each Jj '50
Chains, new yjo
Base Ball Supplies
We are agents for Spalding's
"League" Goods and sell
them at factory prices.
Orders taken for uniforms.
Special prices to clubs.
Huntley's Book Store.
a II ...I.... a fmt lliri'tt ol ihelealliiionl
.T"" :"",,,v reived In proof
oltheenesa '' '
hi. treatment. Thev "
as well a...,...,.'".""' " , '
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year's duration s-e
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To the Editor: Fr ?' "'v" l,"r '
uuld..d.lth .lealness, I rould "
und-numl ordinary envrf""'"'. "
touudaand imL.-ac-me I tor.... .. I.r
lUvlngsren and h.'r,l "I "'
Pr. l-arrin's pallets who ""'
cured I ulurtnl In trv his itf
(,.al....sl.y.-l t.i. lty- I railed
Darrin at .115 Morns.ui .tr-M. Mav W.
and I was cure.! so I. -an hear at well a.
,v.-r In my left ear. Mv addrrss I.IHM
lUdmoiit street, Portland.
. II. Pr.AKlH.rr.
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llr llarrin-ls-arHli: TI.orali..lt
for Cioas-eyet 0.1 my daughter, In ra.t
old, and son, 1 1 wrre s-rle. l t.i.tws.
The e.ea w.-re male straight In one
mlniile. My father. A. I. Iii.hafd.ii.
living In liainier, waaciite.1 of almost
total d-af. t nlnt yrart ago br yc. and
remains permanently cured. Uofer any
MUS W.J. MUCK I.E.
r Parrln curd my hoy 0' rh ey,
(Moher 22. In l Itiutra. am mmh
.ler.l with the cut and ran re.-i.m-mend
the d.stor to any one I am
postmaster at Pl.-gresa, Of. Uefer to
,e. Jt)r:PII IIIS'.t.KY.
Ir. larrin ran U consulted at
2iVj Miris.n strrel, Portland, fro... IU
to 12, 2 10 ft. 7 to s daily. Tl. p"r
tr.aiisl lire. f.ir t himIu ui. 10 to II
daily. All curalde i lif.mle and prt.ats
iliseasca of men and ai'iiirli a apw laity.
All ta iug cast a tirated for l.all (""iiiot
pliiri. itatterlrt an I Iwllt filll.lal.esl at
half the pfl' "dd by uthrf llrma. Cur
rrapoiideiicw sniiciled. Cifrulara and
question blank sent to any add less
People living at a distance ctn irceus
A Minister's Mlstak.
A city minister was rm ently hande.1 a
notice lo I read (r.in hit pulpit. Ac
companying It at a tlifpina-fruiii a
l.eiapatr Is-sring- 11 ism the matter,
riieclergyman started lo read lbs i
tract aad found that Itheiran: "Take
Kemp's Halaam, ths tiesl t'ounh Curs)."
Thit was hardly what h had sipected
snd, alter a moment's hesitation, !
turned it over, and futind on tlt other
tida the matter Intruded for ths reading".
Sewing machine, needle for all ma
. Iturmelster A Andreaen.
Hit k IIKAlUt MM.
The curse of overworked womankind
ar quickly and mrely cured by Karl's
Clover Koot Tea, the ureal bhssl puriller
and tissue builder. Money reltinded If
not satisfactory. Price 2-'. cts.. and oO
Cts. CO. Huntley, the Priifgial.
A fins line of iiortierre just received
Oregon CUy Auction lions.
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til tin turn. .".in ami If tun l In e ta
ami ..' tal l r.niinlaliil lb .:. t;! t
l'ily in His Court lor Hi fsiuf
'is.l, In sit a I'l tiliai l tuflMau
Our fmiHlrsil it,l let ( a V e nj ir
llirfK.ri at tan w rvtit if anu
lh I'Slt tlay of Mrrh.s6 ami tWra
ttithurse.iis.ila. This tun. ino.it It fat"-
lor ill miiar.'ull' werkl hi urilaf f
Trim II Mdi.nl. J l lr of .al I owrt. n
on lh tih ilsy ol May si nl tl.samr
ll. an, hi liii( uiitl. I .'i It tier stt '
W. T. II fit MIT.
Aiiun.vy for I' m-'
5 I2.il i
.lellrtt eri'leial raeillemral
1.1 (lie Ctiiinijr C.iOM of Hie M.ee f "1
(on, fur tli County of Cl iorn
In ll. fnaltrr uf Kit etlaleof Cdrsv
Notice Is liarrliy art vn Dial Cbv
Tooia, lie s liiilnlairalur of II.
l.'l.ritiiaoa ar.l, tleeratnl, list tr
losaiil rtmrt lor setiiviurnl lilt final
of lili a liiiliii.irailnii uf tai'l '
ll'at Thurs lav. the illli Uar of July. 1 1
lOu'rlot a. a .it . has br. i tluly P!" J;
liy iai'1 raxirt lor lh ltliuel lli1
lor Itie lirarmK of ei.-i. limit ll,f.
CIlAltl.KI T. TiH)l
A n ordinance, authorlzine the nun liaa. ..I
700 cul.ic yards of criislie.1 r..ck ami One
hun.lred thoiiaaml feel of lumoerto be iiaetl
for reimlr of the alreel ami aliln,.!!.. ..
OKKOOS CITY I.OKS OI.I.AI! Aa ro..w:
The committee ou streets ami t.ol.lUi.,
erty Is hereby authorize.) ami tui.o.n m
liuniieas t.ncimit: yanls i.rirushe.l rocket
arlcei,oleir;e,K ,v, ci.ieyar.i,
ami One hun.lred ihoiumml leetof lunilwrat
a prioe not xreell,,K f h no ,,er thousand feet
ald crushed rock and lumher lo lie used f0)
repalrof the streets and tl.lewalkt of Oregon
Thit ordinance to come up for second
reading .ml ..al ., , ,(.d, f(l.
Ing of ths City Council of Oregon City lo be
held on Wednesday, ti,, ",t day of June
WM, at 8 o'clock p. m.
Datetl May loth, s:ri.
NOTICK IN HK.IIKIIY (IIVKSlk
llllderaloe. hat iM-rtl tluly aisS,i'l
IlieCuutily Court ,,f Clarkania. I "
htsleul Or(iui, aa admll.tsiratitf
estate or Amir A Uraiiihsll. " j
All ierstuis having t-lalin aKlnil st-'
tale are herehy nolllteil til preteull"
with vouchers, at the law oltl.eofCl
l. V.. I.ai.ioretta, my aiiomeyi, ln1'
CUy, Oregon a iihlit eit muiiios ln
dale. K. H. llltAMIIAtL
lsled April '.'sih IH W. 4 '
NOTICK IH IIKItKllV OIVKSi1
un.leralgiie.1 has been duly sl'M"1
IheCoiinly Cuurl ailliillilalralrUoO"
late ol MUs Hhay, Ueceaaed, sll isjre1
Itt rsi v iiiiiiMaa.i .. Miailnil
they may have against sal.! Ml1"
VMrillM.I ..I , ... i . ... Dls.
w. ...... n..j,iiiiiK (U law . Ii I
resilience at Handy, Oregon, "I"
iiionil,. iroiii the 11 rat uulillcatlon
lh.te.1 April Z-i, IH'.JO, the llral
April M, rci.
Writ . r...i.. . .
' vniaioKua ana I'rkes.
m m m ur ar ur ,
RUSSELL & CO. J