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OREGON CITY, OR.,
THURSDAY, FEB. , 18S0.
IUkkh City ami reiulleton each
want the republican state oonven
tion, and will put forth efforts to
pluck the plum.
Minneapolis haa the largest flour
mill in the world the 'Tillabury
A, " with a cajmoity of 7,300 barrels
day. Total capacity of the Pills
bury Mills, 10.S0O barrels.
It is reported that Mr. flrie pre
sented Walter B. Riohio and James
B. Townsend checks for HO.OtXJ for
their services in conducting the
senatorial campaign to a success
Wis fear the Salem Statesman
is becoming profane. On tho IKHh
it sideheaded as follows: "A Dam
wed Sewkr" and the day following
its n?ws columns read very heavy
dam work yet to be done.
Skcrktahy Tracy's residence
at Washington, D. C, was
destroyed by fire Feb. 3. Mr.
Tracy was nearly suffocated and
his wife leaped from an upper
story window and was killed, while
his daughter and her maid togeth
er jerished in the flames.
Bradstrkkt's in an article on
building associations says: Their
administration is very economical
and honest. It is believed that they
would show a high prudence in in
vestments, and a small malfeasance
of officers upon comparison with sav
ings banks or life insurance companies.
Is 1870 Minneapolis had 13,000
population. In 1880 the directory
showed 40,000. Another decade
has rolled around and the total
population now numbers 245,000.
Marvelous is it not? Yet unsur
passed as has been the growth the
same factors are present at
Oregon City and will be proper
ly used by our cituens to make our
future as bright
An awful accident occurred on
the O. H. it N. Sunday morning at a
railroad bridge near Brownsville.
A construction traiii loaded with
men was passing over the bridge
when the water washed the under
pinning out. The engine "was part
way across the trestle when the en
gineer felt something wrong and he
opened the throttle. The engine
dashed forward and partly cleared
the trestle as it went out, the back
driving wheels hanging over the
chasm below. A scene of the wild
est confusion followed. A brake
man jumped from the train and
landed in the seething water, forty
feet below. He went to the (Wade
for assistance arid returned with an
engine and crew. It is supposed
those on board were killed by the
crash, and not drowned in the floods
as the bodies of those killed appear
horribly mutilated, a shovel handle
being thrust clear through the
body of one man. TheOregonian
gives report as nine killed and
twenty-sis badly wounded.
Wednesday's Oregonian reports
the river at Portland still rising
very rapidly, basements flooded to
Second street. On First street the
first floor being flooded and the
goods being removed on tho second
floor. Ferries had to run on First
street. AH tho offices on First
street were drowned out. A boom
of logs containing 800,000 feet, and
all yard lumber was carried away
Morrison street bridge was closed to
passengers all day Tueitdav; against
it logs, drift, houses and lumiwr
were hurled with irresistible force,
Against it the Oregon City box fac
tory was wrecked. On it I'ennoy-
er's boom of log containing lO.Ot)
fort struck it and was broke in
pieces. The sawmill struck tire
bridge, and was demolished. A
house next struck the bridge and
With Speaker Reed in the chair
the democrats found they could
not obstruct legislation as has
been their custom. Being present
they wished to be counted abeent.
Mr. Reed compromised the matter
by counting them as ''dead heads
in the scheme." 'Tis well to have
a speaker able to command re
spect, backed by a party not afraid
to stand squarely up to the fight
The Salem Journal says: "A
man who would try honestly to
represent every section of Oregon
would be a proper man for gover
nor. Sowould a man who would try
earnestly toreprettentall the differ
ent interests of a great and growing
commonwealth the farmer as well
as the corporation the laborer at
well as the capitalist all the peo
ple. That is the kind of a man the
repubbiicans of Oregon promise to
put up and elect.
The Oregonian says the supreme
court of Oregon and we say itwith
due deference and humility has
not been held in the very highest
sort of respect and admiration of
late, and politics should not be
considered paramount to a desire
and an endeavor to raise its stand
aru in the estimation of interested
and observant people." This wil
be new to many as a general belief
is prevalent that the supreme court
acknowledged higher authority
than the state, with headquarters
P.. rr: w . .
me urnes mountaineer says
politics are nearly as an Ameri
can jury, and very few things are
as difficult of prognostication as
the successful candidates during
a contested election. In former
years when the counties east of
the Cascades came to tho valley
they changed the result in favor
of the democracy. But, in this
matter, a very decided change has
oaken place, and with the excep
tion of Umatilla, every county in
Eastern Oregon will give
The Portland Telegram anaoun-
ces that tho prosperity of Oregon
is completely demonstrated by the
demand in all towns for more
houses. From one end of the state
to another theory is still the game.
Everywhere there is great building
activity, and almost every section
is enjoying a quiet, healthy boom
that will cause 1890 to be remem
bered among the most substan
tial and prosperous in the history of
Oregon. ' The day of deliverance is
at hand. The coming session of
the legislature will witness the re
peal of obnoxious, and enactment
of wise legislation, and Oregon will
take hor place among the greatest
in the sisterhood of states. .;
r?u Tuetdat'i Oreeoulen.
The rise of the river since Sun
day has been rapid and continuous,
arise of four feet in twenty-four
hours being officially recorded. Be
tween the hours of 9 a. m. and 4:30
r. m. yesterday the water came up
seventeen Inchee and a half, and
was rising at the rate of two and a
half Inches an hour, the river then
being 22.3 feet above low water
The Columbia is reported rising
rapidly at all point up the river,
I ..... A it . l . .
auu inoBi oi in inouianes are
booming, but the big river is not
coming up fast enough to check the
mighty current of tho Willamette.
HEWS FROM OREIK) CITY.
The Upper Willamette still con
tinue booming, and a dispatch re
ceived in the city says that the
river at Salem is but five feet below
the high water mark of l.sti2, and
was steadily and rapidly rising. At
2:10 p. m. yesterday another dis
patch told of the floating away of
two piers of the bridge at that place,
and the Oregonian subaeouentljr re
ceived telegraphic connection with
Oregon City and it was learned that
the bridge had passed that city on
it way down at 7 o'clock f. u.
I have been at Rugene and Al
bany mnco Saturday and arrived
here this morning. At Kuirene Fri
day night no trains could get
through from Roseburg and the
firt train ran from Eugene to Al
bany Saturday evening. The water
at Harrisburg was not very high.
On the flat lands between Harris
burg and Albany the country was a
lake for miles. On Saturday night
the river was eight feet Mow the
high water mark at Albany, but on
Monday morning it was within
twenty-eight inches of tho mark.
The ferry-boat was tied to the sido
walk above the Oregon Pacific
wharf. Sunday afternoon part of
the wooden dnftbreak on the big
railroad bridge moved four feet.
Train crossed to Corvallis all day.
Tho writer was compelled to come
from Albany to Independence in a
skiff. The distance is thirty miles,
and the run was made in two and a
At Blackdog, alwve Buona Vista,
warehouse has 8000 bushels of
wheat in the water, and Mr. Wells
there has ten fine horses and nine
teen head of cattle in his barn,
which is surrounded. Haifa mile
below a family was living in the
second story of their residence, tho
water within three feet of the floor
The warehouse at Buena Vista was
only two feet above the water. The
warehouse of W. II. Murphy, in
which he has 10,000 bushels of
wheat, being three crops, is full of
water ana liable to go into the river.
When the writer left Albany it
acked twenty-eight inches of being
V1I.U WAVKS MA It FA UK.
Omcgo Swept bjr Angry Waves.A Nea
f lllllew Hweep Property lit
Just before tuxm en Monday Vl ewll
tor of Ths KsTnarsta was an y-wlt-ucu
of a grand exciting ami at the earn
time dott motive eu at the thriving
town of Owgo. For hours Sucker Inks
had Iwen rising until Sunday fours were
nterlalned that the ilsm Would bunt.
Stent were Uken to prevent thl but
without svstl. Klrl thdam,oothweat
of th eld town gave way srnl shortly be
(ore noon the dams betwn the old anJ
new town broke and hurled a vaet ma
of waters down through the galley upon
the railroad track Mow, In the
twinkling an y almost all was changed
and in plac of a oompaialively imull
trvam titer appeared a mighty torrent
much Ilk the Kali of the Willamette
is Hummer. Mn who were working
below Imil Juet time to rush away from
the path of the torrent when It burnt
over the ipol when they bad stood a
few MHtmita Mure rarrylug out a large
section of tn track, towing the rail
Ilk chips More It ami ending tree ovr
and ever, while hug aeetlnua of dirt 10
feet or mora each way crumbled More
the water till In an Incredible hort
upace of time a gulch 35 fmt deep and
a many wide waa made for the water,
Whsu the waterpip hllng to the fui.
nace was reached lid torrent ripped It
wtrt Ilk a plaything and hurled It lie
fore it ami fluallv wept th piece away
and ecattored them ell lb tint Mow.
Thl torrent flooded the ii charcoal
pit in moment to the height ot 7 tret,
and tore up the railroad track in hull
a down place In lngth (rum SO to 800
feet. The torrent which rolled Mwcen
thaold and the new town, together
with the brek in the new rellrol
track made it Impoaaihle to gel from
on town to another icpt on a very
When th dam broke and the torrent
ram mailing down a lot of car itiaal
Jual to on clile of th apot when it
pdlt greatest fury, and whn the
track w damaged. Fortunately an
engine wa at hand and it wt cdlly
brought to the recn to th reacue of th
threatened rare and they will anon re
moved to a place of aafcly.
Th main branch of Hm kur creek wa
Jammed with a very high dam which
Irak near th left lnk rut ting out a
ection 1M feet in length. Thl ill.! not
relieve th great prexure of water ami
two other break were mad in th
Jam. The break relieved th pre.
lire aoinewhat almve but threw two
very tnng current aluioat agtUnat th
upper riicker ereek brl.lge, which w a
immediately threatened with mmplct
deetruction, but it wan yet tamllng
when tho writer left. Though th wa
ter were beating aguluat It with great
la converMtion with Mr. Fuller th
aaaiitant Miperintenitant who wa a
buay a he eould trying to eave pro
erty, he an Id that their damage would b
great but he could not at that time be
gin to make a rough eatlmate. Imleetl
he had not at that time to even collect
hi thought to think of what had al
ready occurred eo huiy wa he In king
for and trying to prevent th many dan
ger ron.tantly threatening.
It wa altogether aa wild a M-en a
on woulil care to witneaa. heatdee
which th low In dollar and rent ia
Tin: coiwrv roniT
TIIK HUM II ISC.
N'otlc la hereby given, that I will at'
tend th uaual plaivt for voting in each
Klection I" reel net in Clackama County,
Oregon, In pereon or by deputy, for the
purpoce of collecting taiea for the year
I", at the follow ing time, from 10
ocl.a k A. M. until 2 o'clock I', M. of
Iainacu Tuewlay. Fet
Sandy Wu.lnea.av. "
. 'I. M M. . '
iierryvme i nurftlay,
Seiver Friday, "
Kale Creek Saturday "
tieorg Monday "
Uarlleld, Tnradar "
Huringwater Wednesday "
Highland Thuraday "
Viola Friday "
llanling Saturday "
IteaverCr'k Monday "
Canyon Cr'kTneailay "
Milk Creek Wedneeday "
SodaSpriiiKa Kriduv "
fle'ant Hill Thnr.luy
New Era Thurmlav
Oregon City Saturday
W. XV. If. SAMHOS.
Jan. 2Mh, 1KIX) Sherilfof Cliu kama Co,
up to the high water mark of 18H1,
and at this place it was two feet
above. The water now stands in the
main street of this town, and all
over North Independence,
The following from Salem was
received of J. L. Swaflord yestor-
day: Highest last night at 5
o'clock; touched bottom of covered
bridge Commercial street. Foil
two feet. Damage nominal except
to the big bridge. .
Mas so MieTAKK. If you have mail
up your nihil to buy Hood' Ha-nnpa-
rilla do not I) Induced to take any other,
llooU'8arparilla 1 a peculiar muni
cine, poiiaeaalug, by vlrtuu of Its pccnliur
combination, proportion and prepare
nun, I'uraiivB ower inperlor to any
ther article of the kind before the peo
ple. For all affection arlaltig from I in
pur blood or low data of the ayatom It
i iinuriialel. II aura to get Hood'a.
RIftmsrck Iteaten in the Kcli lintag.
The Oermaii imperial adminis
tration's elTort to puss a bill for the
expulaion of the socialists from the
empire has been beaten in the mi
tional Reichstag by the overwhelm
ing vote of ICO nays to 1)8 yeas. It
is, of courso, diflicult for an aired
and strong soul like Bismarck to
accustom himself to tho tolerance
that takes as liltlo account as possi
bio or wild agitators, except to
counteract their theories by teach
ing calmor views; but the keen
eyed old chancellor, If his life is
spared,, nay, as a result of this
vote, learn that the( socialists
become insignificant under toler
ance, just as they grow under persecution.
A spring medicine Is nueded by
everyone. Winter food, largely con
"luting of aiilt meat and animal fats,
causes tho liver to become disordered
and the blood Impure, hence tli iieceas
ity of a cleansing inodlulne.
A Fowof tho Many Lottort of
Disapproval . ,
T!ie I'enple are agalnat Hi Fism hUe.
' Follow lug sre a few of the imiiiy let
ter received at Tm FaTsseHia olllc
the paat week rulittlve to grunting the
railroad fiauclilmi to Meaai lirako ami
llarlow , I.ul th uou t read and ohavrv
what the iople aay !, p ,
a w, eaicMtoN and u. w fHmKa
In regard to the county court granting
a fifty year's franchla of thirty mile of
county Mad to any paitioa, I would y
that the homirahle court that would nn-
terlaln auch a piopoaltlim and grunt It,
would luy theaimdve liable to two very
erlou changes Firat. Hint they had
eu room UhhIIu, and ancond that they
were lunatic and ahould bo nnt to tho
c. r. CKAIIK.
1 w lh lo ay that the propiiallloii ad
vanced by theae xitlca t.i.iuM II own
tamp of fiHiid, It prHea to aive pule ,
Ho projierty worth thoUMlulaof dollats,
to private paitlea, eclulvly, for
hall a cmlury, wlthut rendering to the
county value received.
Whenever additional railroad ran U
hull' ami Oiorated auiH eaafully on bua
ineaa prlnclplea, In thla or any county In
the atate, bilaiui aa men will find the cap
ital with which toeonatrucl theui, with
out aerloimlr olwlriictlng hlghwjva and
narrow bridge, built and m.ilntnlned at
great oxiiw by the people of the cvuh.
ly. and intended only for temnatm and
In any vent, were It detmnd advlaa
ble to grant uch franihiw, which I
would never kohl to b (rue In prlnclpl,
or right mailer of juatice, or to tw
of good faith on the part 4 th court, it
would a.eiu,t)it tho value of iieh a
frenchl would give it a monetary
weight, eo that it might U ol, (ur
Ill fact were I In th huaineaa of hunt
ing up scheme and making niony out
oi empty propoaillona, I would be willing
to refund to the county tweiilv-flv per
rent, til all of th net proceed from ale
olaii. h vrated franchiw.
inn ii inerouiity ,-ourt t I lt.
nicteil, wliy mil let all "dinar and go
er" have a "fair hakeM by iMittlmr tl
frenrhlmi up at auction to U given to
the luglivoi tiUMer, and in,' th court
houae might b deaired by eom for an
electrical power houao and it plant, why
not auction It or the umi of it (or uvb
purweee for filly year, to th hlghnat
bidder T The moiiev ao derived could
b wnt lor "prevenliun of cruelty lo n
Imala" and Hon not betvine an entire
loaa to the county.
Hut eerloualy, while ! U your pardon
for intruding my view a at such leiigth on
u. h an unworthy a matter, I think the
"scheme" (for I know of no loiter nam
io ei it) noiih t denoulu-ed by vry
nonoraMe ami able ciliaea of th county
inaamucli aa the cjuit thinks w Ima
thought, aeriomly uf granting uc
Further, I will my th'a, that were thi
mtler to go direct to the rpl, It
would b"anowed under" deep that
all the beat of hade concentrated and
directed upon it by hie latatilo majeaty
inmnrii, rouiil never unearth It,
.Such are my view. If ti.v r ( ,1
value, von ran um them; if not. you
w ill only have to bear thla inllh-tion for
the gixnl of the raiian.
I decidedly object to granting audi
franchlae, and If our county court will
nL I.. ....1.1. I 1 . ..
i ni um voire oi ine p
pie of the county In lliia matter, (a they
ougimo ee) there will tw no trouble In
iliHaiiig of aald franchlae.
i. ii. mi au n.
In reference to the rranchlae axed tor
by Meaara. Drake and Harlow, 'tia quite
conciuaive io my ,n,j ll(t ,P,jon
wiah themaelveaauv flnancial honor in
praying for am h an order. I think aa th
HHpIe and tiupavere of tin county
built our county road a and hridne. and
paid fur tl i, they aro enlilled to th
truu and intended lire of anno.
I hav heanl of aome ixhiiiIm wantlnir
ine e.irin, mil i,M,ka aa though MtMra
Prakn, Harlow ,t Co want to be paid lor
inning it, when they have the gall to
bhb. um honoralile county court of Chick
aiuiia eouuly to grant them the right to
use our maila and bridge, for I am sure
for my part that they iwt aoiuething to
build, and now to vacal them (or
men that hav no Intercut in ,llr welfare
only to get a (ranchlne. and then aell it,
ami we, um cllin'ini, pay the n,K.r.
t . . ..... '
am iimy aurpriaeil that the county
court ttiuoriaiueil the proKialtlon, for I
mil not think our eommlaalonera built
that way, for my part I move lo lay It on
J. w. aooTa.
In regard to Mm frar.chlae of the coun
ty roads and hrnlgea pntiti.inod for by
lirako and Harlow, I dotrt think it woulil
Ih to the heat Internal of the ritltena and
tax payer to grant the iet;tlon. I think
that It I taking too much of tho county,
c. T, iiowAim,
That I iin opHMiid to the Prak and
Harlow roud mid brldg gobble (or fifty
years ia atutlng It mildly. Tlir urnntiii
o( any audi frani'lilae to bona fl.le con -
imnlee who Intendud and were able to
build the proponed motor line them.
selves would be bad enough, let alone
snyHin li wild-cat paper concern who
are morel after nomnlhing for nothing
at tho pnhllo eH-nit. ,
The county court Unit grant any anch
thing might na woll got their political
gravo clothes at once, ua thoy will be
ur to need Ilium.
l. J, TRtai.lNOKK.
Yon uak for a taxpayer's view on the
propriety of the county ronrt In glvlim
the right of way or friinchiaa of th road
and bridges of tho county ofCluekama
to a private corporation, to build a rail
I would aak whut right has acuatodlan
or county court In tint county, they have
the right to icq Hint the cltuuins of the
county aro protected In their roads and
bridges nnd other property for the iftin-
eral use of the people, the right to tax th
citizen and to se that the monev la
properly expended 'for the good of the
taxpayers of the county. , ,
Hut I deny the right of the county
court to give one foot of the Dublin
property of the county to any private In-
dividual or eorpoiiitlon. ' If they do, it is
what I call biirw-faced robbery In du
prlvlng the cltixeua uf th county th
right t;t inn their own ilear-carned prop
etty. If thiiKu men at loo poor lo build
thm a road and pay fur It, tell them to
wait until the tatpajei uf the county
pay for said bridge and roads, ccuit
Imua, etc. Then auk th taxpayer th
ffratof Jllti w hat Ihvy think of giving
thlr property away, and they will toll
you In plain term.
Mr. i:rKMraiK, If the property of th
eounlr I to b given wy, I would ad
viae yea to gut an elite in the court
hollas aa aoou aa poealhl (It would bao
Mr, Editor, I think th county court of
ClacUina county bay too much good
nun lo aH ow any not of men exclnilv
right to any poitiunol the public prop
erty of the county tor privet and aelll.h
gain, to individual pereon or corpora
tluu without th couwiit uf the people,
My (aith 1 that It will not be dona.
(ISO, A Mia IX.
I have taken tiieclal pain to commit
my neighbor about th county court
granting iclulv franchlae lo Mer.
lrek and Harlow for a rallioad over our
county roadeand bridge. Thy, Imliid
Ingmyaelf, fuel Indignant at th very idea
ol any corKrllun ateallug th county
toad from the opl of thl county,
W pray the county court not to tolerat
th prepoalilon fur on n.lnuto .
i. . Nmi.sv,
in reply to your communication In
regard to granting corporation right ol
way over road ami bridge, I would aay
that I am utterly opom to th propo
rtion, and am greatly nrprlaed that Hi
court tnterUlned th proioillon for on
1. M. LAMSRST.
I oppoa. granting Hi ua of any road
or bridge to corHratlotia for railroad pur
pM ei.epllng rare caaea of alwolut
iieceMtty. I have been Inlereated with
other for th paat yr In worklna up
and aecurlng franchiae for a motor Iin
Southward from I'ortland on th east
Id of the rl ver, but w hv purioaly
avoided aakinf for right on county road
xcpt a few feet for a abort diatanc
at a istliii where it I really nery lo
hav It. Keep mot r llnea off all county
ruad and bridge.
In regard lo th Harlow and I'iae )
tilion, 1 Uiuik it would b a great In
luetic to have tlie road and bridgeagiy
n up for motor car to b run thereon
It I an attempt at highway robbery by
modern legal inethoil. We hop that
we hav bo ireuuty olllcial who would b
rty to th aam. No, gentlem
me r.a w. r. and , r. A K . W. Co.
in farmer liaa a right lo travel th
county road with hi leant unraoleeted
by any ahrieking motor, and U yoo want
to operate motor line and advance the
"inlereet of th county whole," go
build your owa road
The Commercial Bank,
OF OKKtJON CITY.
Trnct a osneral Banking eutln.
Iamii mad, Hill dlacouiitod.
Makeo collection ' I!uy and aelU ex
change oil all poiMlalu th C II it ell Shite
lint J, mope mid on Hong Kong. Ue
poall re vived aublei't toi hwi k, lntei-
t st uaual r.tli' allowed on time deim
Haiikopeii from II A. M. to 4 1. M,
r.iur.,iv eveiiiiiu from 0 till 7 I'. l.
- ' V, K. IHJNAbHWiif,
Farmers' Store ! ri
MalBklreel, Oregon Clip Orrfiiu,
V.'KKI'a CONHTANl'I.V ON II AS II Till
1 liai liruil ill IJiiiura, Whim ami ('Um
iMii,viif airpui anil (17 iik tniiiar
Table Alni Imuuriatf Mltwuuliee, rhlrare e
II. r. MAY. J, J. OIKIgK.
MAY & COOKE
BealeiN In (irocei lcs ti Produce,
Oregon City, Oregon.
J. M. BACON & SON.
Hftoks and Stationery
POST OFFICE DUILDINC.
OUKdON CITY, OltF.tiON.
Is iireimred to atteml tiroiniillv tc
, "a a
worg enirusuKi 10 lilm.
ratroiui;e resjMtfully solicitwl.
K. I NEWTON,
,li 1 1 Ki,ua iei
STRAIOflT & NEWTON
Goods : Sold at Pci tland
iri Prices.' : , I -
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ai oar pjode, eaue U u ait m Wllx far.
null you a Mult tm nmml, ariimaa or aM
Iiicushay Mokm.su, 7:30.
The lowor river liat fallen
twelve .lichen sinco Jl o'clook
last night, anil k still falling
Latent advioen from tho upjiei
river rejiort wutern falling
MM . f 11 .
i ne oiunuua lian rinen
only ahont twelvo foet at
Vancouver, and can not prove
Total daniago can not ho
estimated at thin writing.
i ma waa a irraoeful leptenc In Mr.
Itl ilim wi'lcoina to th marllliua oon-
i-ii'iu' ilul.jat,ai "Tli aiKikon Ian.
HiuiKi-aof th world will eontinu to b
inioiy, liut iietcaalty ouma-la that tli
niiHKilten lniiimKoof th m aliall b
Aiumiita liar been mad to toal th
kull uf Knir)n from hi era re In
ly llnllowoiiifUry, Concord, Haa.
If tli et'iimidrrla would ateal F.ineraou'
eaanjrt Inatond, and trjr to iiublb uiu
of tli wiailoin that emanated from th
taKe' akull In hla Itrutiln. the would
larn how to got Into better builnea
than purloining bonea.
Tlie iiiprem court of Indiana haa de-
olded that a blcyolo rider ha aa muob
right to a road a a wagon haa, and used
not get out of tho way for foar of fright
ening norma. Uorao munt b dueatd
to the .lulit of blcyclii. lu America ther
I far lea precaution agalnat aocldenfa at
railway oroaatng otot country road
than ther I In Europ. Our theory tv .
inat iioopie hav eye. ar and briitn.
and can look out for themiulve and train
tholr horie to do the am.
M. H. Flanagan,
WI10I.KSA1K AM) KKTAIL
LIOUOR STORE. - ;
Ttr o.n hand rn acst si.xtio heiilthftil, all Frnit anj VeueUWes
l-MMrVuirLiiVKta-iW xM "unItly. Teriusone-thinl
ui.aaii. down- " I'aianee in one Yeur at
II. rUAKAUAM. ,;i. ... t..
is divided into 7(1. two and one-half.
and five aero tiaets. It is located
on the heights overluoking the
Clackamas; heneo X name, it is
about One tiiiie from Court House
and One-half mile from the city
limits. The Count v road eroeat'
whieh makes it easy of access, being
alamt twenty ininutea walk from
the centre of Oregon City.
lies in Oregon City Kehoul district,
ana mm-naser can have the aJvan
.. ..r I: .i - i'ii
vi aeiiuiug iiieir ciiiiurcit to a
goo.!, graded itil.lie nchool. The
is bixkI. the Location verv
Mvery, Faed and FaleSUhle
IAH ATKU SKTWKKN Till UKllHlK AND
et(ht mt cent. For further jiartic-
uiars inquire or
E. E. CHARMAN,
City Drug Store.
x ........ . .1
t'ouoie ami Mncie Knn. and ad- r. n
aie norm- always on hand at th
lowes jincea. A oorrall connected
with the bani or Iihw stock-
Inlornalioa rnrardln' an kind el
lock proioptly attended to by person m
1'sy I .
inihililej to the firm of
are rtiletul to call at
one and settle their aivounte or th
me will b placed In the hand of a
collector. (irkk fiao.
yuur tr.nuwa if nq try aa IUi an dr I
Im,v built eu llii. IfnmMM ImainMa br
I A1N'1AK1N0 urlbult. asd brikitui Imjl
are aa wouk b At mm bv.
Lu, L. Uvim.i Si Co., Myla Ortiulun,
i i- la enWftif Suit, or Owrnnaia obaana
f atrlull i llkitii( ruU Ua nam,
utmn i uwhoji, inw vaaa. vtom aa aa.
vav ikrma. w uwmmutw, awm ailiWa.
Uf ialllXa Irun arolsk lo baat
Referencee-Wrat Hiiu hack of cm.
a,., uiiiiaX j.u,aw; oonioi katlaul
bmtk S CUKMu, av(,iul (i.uuu.uuu.
EH L HUNTLEY A Ca, Manufad
urcrt and Wholesale DeaJen in Cloth inj
for Men, Boy and Children J22 tnd 124
Market St , Chita;;, IIL P. 0. Box 667.
There ia plenty of iiionwv on hand to
loan of d'liixil fuoila, ar.d It Kill he lo Die
intoreat of all liorrora, eacially tlnwa
alio need an v tiinriileruhle amiAint
well aa loiiir lime Ihniik, to liorrow ai hool
money. Tin ii ahaolulely the el.eat
money to l-e had H r cei',1 and no rom-
uinalona alter I lm Itrat year. Call on
C 1. IjiUmrette, AtttYiiey for the board.
Thl remedy ia heroming well-knoaa
and eo iKipnhtr aa lo m eil m eierial
nienlu.n. All lui liavt) ued M iif
Hitter ing Ihe aaitin winu il praiae
A pure medicine. loc imtexiat and it ia
Suaratiteed to do all that la claimed.
IIm. Ilin.. u.:ll ..ii .
m wiit nir,- ni, iiwawn m
the I.iveraiul K i.Iiu v'k will remove Tim.
plea, Uolla, Salt HIk-iiiii und other aff.-e.
lion CaniH-.l hy minir.' IiIikkI W ill
,!rive Maluria from the aratem and yr
ventaa Well aa cure ull .Malarial lever.
For cure of lleadm he, t'onitiiutiun
and In.ll.'i.Htii,i try Kleetrie Hillera Kn
tire aaliaiai liiin iriiaranteed or money re
(iindMl. I'rico U tenia and l.(Sl''r
holtle at (i. A. Harding' drugstore.
Horsa DoucHt and Sold.
A 4 lre T wether.
Ma. WuiiM'i Hoothino Svair, for
elildren teething, la tha preacrtption ol
one of Ida bml leniule ntiraea ami nhai-
ciana in the 1'mte.l hutea, and haa tien
oaml for lorly yeara with never-failing
aiii-t-eaa by milliona of niolher for their
children. Jiuring the pnaexa of teeth
ing Ita value ia inealciilahl It rehevea
u le i-iiiiu iroin fain, eureai lv.,nirv .,,,1
diarrhii-a. Kriinnir in the Ixmela' ..!
wind-colic. Itv ilviiiif Iii-mI:Ii i.i ii,.
ciiiiu it mi ma rnotlier
All IMHjM.' .1 I t
A ! I ,i,iihk iiieniaeivea in-
Ol. Vaieniinei tVenifig, reO. MelA'dlon.e, either l.ymHo or aii-ount,
14th, 1890. must rail and eelila np Wfore February
i.-imi.aa ineru ia going lo lie avliamte
in toe Hrm after thla dale,. All
I ICKOtS, - Including - Call 0u,,,lll '-X that time will U mthe
and - Supper, - $1.25. "nuof my atiomey forcollw iiun.
No utiaentlaiiianlv con,ln,-i a!II Al ''sa,
h iwrmittml !n the hall.
The (ireat Kaatern Stor.
Htat or OaiHiN, i
OorTT or Cui'iku, (
Nolle ta lii'rrbv aivau. II, al In l.i.r.i.i., a I
of an aiiTitii.in luiinl out of, ami ini.ti rl
llie tl of Hi. Clrruli tVmrt. of llie Hut. l
wngoii, mr me loamy ,.r .Multii.iniali,
lataxl January !fi!d, lni, and lo inn diractmj
and tteliverrd, aa Nlieriir of I'l.k......
Coiinty. (irrgiiii, enminaiidiiig nie, In tlie
i,..iirUi inr niaiaoi iiregon, III an aetlon
wherein T. l lIui kiiiKliani and II. W. Price
aru.. under tlie Hrm name of Mucking,
ham A Trie, were nUmilil. .,,,1 v. Ii..m..
and M. K. Htirtnn, are ilulemtaiita, cum I
niaiiiliiig tn toaatirv nlaintiir'a ilmnaii.1.
to-wit: $UU, and the further turn ol eSI.Mii I
In order to eat I if v aal.l ,1 niaml. nA r..
want of iermiiial pmparlr, I did, on llie
Itlli dav of January, A. IV 0, levy uimiii
the following real property Ih'IiiiikIii( to
aid dvfeiidanla, aa follow, to-wit: Lota
Ii (ni and aeven (7), tn block twenty-ftmr
.-f. ... .,.. wiwii ui riviiwooii, aiiualeil In
iiwaainaa nillinv. iireuini. I wil .. k.i.i
unlay, tlie Slh day of March. A. II. I.Il at
the hour ol one oVIm'k r. M, of aai'l day, al
...v ..M. .i..uw uimr in rregon .wy, llr.
Medical and Surgical Dispensary,
uriini Bpniii aui a&
ioii,pnM-eutoellallor.aidpniiiertyaiiiuo. "-"..., w., Manager.
lion, to llie lilKlieat bidder, for eaal, ' "Vuktlano ,o7h,.TmTY,'0"i
d. lo aatafv aaid aunia end ....i !. oaei.oN.
1.. a ..- "T V. " .
"" ",,u aim oa tub near rio,. No .ta,.. e. .
m , . . . W' W- 8""S,
Hheritr of Clai kimaa t'ounty, Dregon.
'-" wr. i.jr, uregoii, January
nu.iiin, aim iiiit
Niirnarlm nf Oambrlitt
M., have been moved lu
Baal Haaailana, Calllornl.
where Ihe bu.lueu will be
roiiiluol.il a. j
Tlie Kaymnnd Flower
and Heed Wore, ,
0. It, Hour, Mn.t
Kast l'asadena, ful.
Send lor eomalale
CEO. REDAWAY, f ',
Houae aid Mlffii lnlatluK, Ual.
omlnlng, raining, lHper '
llnwirtnK mu4 Ulnln'. I
All wo'k latlalantory, Chareea madef'tte
Order, may b lull at K.Q. Caullfeld '? """i
Wheat, V tide,
Oata, V Lu
Flour, let grade, $4.00.
, (Milckona, druaned, V doi, (8 3 0 4
(hiekons, live, $ 3,00 to 4.50
I'otatoe. V hn to.?e
Onion, V lui i(H).
' Apples y box, 11.50
'Hhoi ts, 20 50
1 Urun. 117 Mi
, lay, timothy baled. I8 to t0.
liny timothy linme, $,
Clover, baled 10 to 11
1 heef, live, S e.
I. Hof dreaded, tic.
Veal, dreaaed, 7e,
1 Hogs, live, ae.
. Hogs, dreaaod. 5t,o.
Hlieeii V head, I2.WI and $3.00.
I Wool,. :oayi V.
country bulk, Ilo. , i
Lard, bucketH, lOo.
1 Hams, fth, n to 12c. '
hHliJes. l, lOo. .
J( bliouldora, VII, 7, 8e,
;j AH kinds very dull,
, Apple, aim dried, 3 and 4o.
noma, aun dried, II and So.
il'miies, um dr'ed, 4 and Oo.
l'ears. aim drlod. H and He
1 Applo, machin dried, bleached 8 A 7c
.....in, iiiMiiiiuiv uriuu, o to 70,
rears, maehln dried, 0 and7e. ' "'
I'ruuos, inaehin dried, 5 and 8c, "
The muet eonwuiriill arrannd office ia the
.1. . rraimem ol all
The tVirtnra mannlre to cure any eaae of Neu
ralala, Mrk llraiUche and Mhcuniatl.m. AH
aiwaara of Women aucoiWully treated We
I'ii'." ",cu n.y. Cu,,Sh' 'u" Trouble or
Throat Uieeaae rurable. liiachatKe from Kara
rurocl Im aa atn-a 11....
The Hoctora auaranlre tocureanyeaeeofSvph-
lla Gonorrhr. of Uleel. Klrkturea cure.1. ,"
diArrenre how lune alamlln. I.,-,-,.,.. Ji.
Lnat Maiihuod or Slahllv Kmlaalon. cured perl
manenllv. The hi,Ii ,.rir..i
ballon enrtuaU cuird In .h,.rt n.. ..im
And all klnila ormwih. rM...i ?...!. .
Ihe body, no dlllrrenn huw lone alandlhir or
how lariiP thry may be.
There la connected with the Sr. Loma Mdicl
M,.r.nMi me nc Hlirvical Bk III am II,.
i..u. lii ui" " "a
- "" ""'a unoeryour Uvea
"w win irniove lltat tt
We will remove .f .r.. :.r'" I
elve vnu bMi,iiri ... , ' "n14
S All Icltrr. an.wrred nrotntitly. c,i '.Bit
MiTxrTvVL'l.S'J r""'"'y lalk eo.t. nnthlni.
UUNOKKua THHATlil) MONTHLY. '
i lhNTS AKH MAMt KASY.
llui klen'a Am ir a Sulre.
The Itet Salve in the world for Cut,
Kruiitea, Sore, fleer. Suit Kheum, Fe
ver Korea, Teller. Chapjied barma, ti.il
blaiiia. Coma, and all Kkin V.r, .i.n.
and (Hiaitiyely vnrea 1'ili a, or n v re
ouired. It a iriiurantiil lo viva 1J.W...-1
aaliafaction, or monrv refunded. 1'rii-
:'StniU in-r Iwx.
Foraaie by (1. A. Harding
The Xew DlMinrrr
You have heard vour frienda and
neighlra ulking uU.ut it. You may
vonrwell be one of the man who know
from personal experience Jiiat how good
in. 11 ia. 11 voil nave ever tried it,
you are one of ita ataiinch (hernia be
cauae the womterlul thing ahoiil It tw,
thut when once given a trial. Ir. King'a
New Hiacovcry ever alter hol.U a ,l;i,e
111 the bona.-. 11 vou have never used it
and ahould tie allluled with a cough,
cold or auv throat, lung or cheat trouhle
.H iire a IhiIUo at once and give it a fair
tnal. It i guaranteed every time, or
money refunded. Trial Ixdlle free at
ti. A. Hartling'a Irng More.
A Sound Legal Opl.ilim.
E. Hainliridkie Miimlnv Fj., Cunty
Ay flav Co. Tex ,av"; "Haveum-d
M.H tnc Kilter with numt haptiv r.-aulta.
My brother aleo waa very low w ith Ma
larial Fever and Jaundice, but waa cured
by timely uw. of tlita medieine. Am aat
iatied Klwtrie Itittera aavi d hia life."
Mr. 1. I. Wilcoxwmof Home Cave, Ky.
add a like tcatiu,ony Huving: He posi
tively liehevca ho would have died had
it not been for Electric Hitter.
Thi great rcnio.lv w ill waulnfl anweil
aa cure all Malurial lii.'i(!.eB. and Ur all
Kidney, l.iver and Stom.n l. Iii.r,t..r.
atanda uneipialled. I'rii-ea 50 , enu and
1 at (j. A. Harding' prug Store.
C 53 iGAGO
ftne attained n rlundnrd cf CJooUonoa which
adiim. .r i 1 m ne-.
It otaiiiiiin f , y liiijiroTomont that In Two tire
Mxasu flx'i T1UI
k . ' . . ' I " 1 ' . 1 1 - -al
Thaaa excellont Oreatia are rauim. e
nie, quailly ol lorn, quick nionea, variety ol eaa
kinaUun, arU.ile deainn, brauiy la tniah perfeet
aonaunicUou.ninkiha uuim Uie luoat alUacUveTorna.
awiiul aial d.airatile oivatie fur huiuea. i..-.i
hurehea, lodkMa, eoclolkJ; ew. -m,
oatarwan, auu mi
THS POPULAR 0EI3AN
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