4. i I ! THE KNTKINMUSE, EVERY THURSDAY AT OREGON CITY, OR. SB" Y, MAY 8, 1SW. KmmifAS STATU TICKET. Tor l'oitiivssmttn, 111NUKU 1 1 KU MANN, ot lVngliu county, l'or Governor, 1AYIU 1 THOMSON, of MnHnoimih county. Tor f eervhuv of Statf, r,v:ouui: w. Mcuuim, ot t'otiiml'U county. ler Tivitsurer, run, MKTSCUAN, ol Grunt county, l'or Supreme .ttid(,t H. S. V.KAN, ot l.ntto county. U. Mot'lUOY, ot Kenton county, tor State l'i inter, Hi ASK V. UAKl-.U, tl Multnomah comity. For IVo-sectHi.. Attorney Mil OMt T. A. McV.UlPK. o ClucUmas county, For Joint Senator. l:Uh Sen. lit. 11 VUYl'Y K. I'UOSS. (Ol'M'V TU'KF.T. l'or State Senator, l'.vsniAM. l'or ItcpreseitUitivcH, r KIT. II l'AQl'KT, K M. UAU1MAN, J AMI'S M.TUACY. l'or County Judge, JOHN YV. Ml.U'lUWf. Clerk of Courts, 11. U. JOHNSON. SheriM, W.W.U. SAMSON, l'or Kecordcr of Conveyance, w.t. wmri.iKK, lor Commissioner, O'KNKl. U HAIU. For Treasurer, S. U. C.U.1FF. l'or A!io.H.or, JoIIS Y. NOIU.K. For School SuiH'iintenilent, Al.F.X. THOMSON. For Surveyor, SIl'NF.Y SMYTH. . l'or Coroner, C. T. Sl'Ll.lYAN. Jii;k Taylor has shown much wisdom, as well as excellent exec utive and judicial ability in his dis charge of the work of the term just closed, lie is the right man in the right place. TiiR republican party represents tho upright progressive spirit of the time?. Since its organizrtion near ly four decades ago it has upheld those principles of liberty ami jus tico which have worked out good for the entire eople, and to-day the party is pledged to the support of those principles which will best ad vance the gnml of tilt! wllole JieOplo, irre-'ctive of class. GoVF.iiS'iu Pknmykk was adver tised to sK-ak in Molalla yester day, it U ing th" occasion of liis opening the campaign for free trade and Peunoyt r. The democracy of that section art: claiming that they will have would be Congressman Miller out there to Bjieak bo fore election. This looks very much as though tho democrat ic party was becoming greatly alarmed. Such strenuous" efforts in tho party's strong hold would hardly be made if they were not badly scared. The appropriation bill os it now stands makes very liberal appropri ation for public improvements in Oregon. It has always been tho policy of tin; republican party, for tho general government to make liberal appropriations to assist tho new stales in developing their re sources, while tho democratic idea has been opposed to public improve monts, and for years fought bitttcr- ly in congress to prevent appropri atious of this class. Tho demo cratic idea carried out would leave Oregon's forests a wilderness, her liarltors sand bars or mud flats anil her rivers uniuivigablo except as the people, within the state found means to develop the resources within themselves. The issue of this campaign should Ikj clearly understood. It is pro tection versus froo trade; homo in dustries and factories rather than heavy importation!) from foreign countries. Tho republican party favors a policy which has and will cot i tin no to build up factories and mills, which will give employment to hundreds and thousands of oper ators right hero at tho Falls of the Willamette, while tho democratic platform carried out would tend to close those already established and prevent nioro from building. Tho prospects aro loo good for this city's becoming a great manufacturing city for voters to hesitate in their choice of parties. The republican policy has proven successful, con Heqiiently that party is entitled to confidence. 1 '.. -r- Tit K battle in Oregon !n nunthorj skirmish privetling the next ivm dentinl eiuupuign. Tim iumtcM iivo the Httttto im two venrx ujto, itml it devolves upon tlto renuldiefin b'iik- er to show why Oregon City nnl Clncknmns cotintv tiro intoretdeil in ilvo success of the reituMioiui parly tit tho poll. 1'nviul in this vast country Itself tho republican party hits no oceu hUui ti ho iislutntoil of Hi roconl. If any member of tho party of Lin coln mul Summer, of (iiituelil ami Ultimo, and tlunwiutlii of otlior ctn inent men of tho pact o ycur tiro tempted to listen to tho plena of ilonioorsitio orators for a oh anno of policy let them examine tho record fully, ami they will have no occa sion to wi.-di to change. TitK imlcitteiliies.i clause which disgraces Oregon'. xtatutcs has (tot to go. Cmler it wine, those m disposed can escape all tavaiion which piles the hunli n upon the honest. IfthoMMvho havo hereto- foro provi ntcd tho repeal f IIum part of tlto law should persi-t in I ignoring tho demands of tho p j pie, citizens without rej-ard to par-j ty or iH'Ctlpiit ion flnuiM for one j year fix themselves to pay no ta- ea. Oin year would fix theli-ii-i ness, so that there would If no I tnoro kickini; ahottt exemption of indehtodllcss. Wk want t nrgo upon n ptihli cans all over the county tho impor tance of earnest steadfast work from now till tho day of election. Mon itors of the party in every precinct nhould organize an aut'tossivo cam paign for tho purpose of neouring a largo n vote and as great n majority as jHissiblo, It is to tho Ut inter est of tho count y and state to have a republican government, and noth ing will iteeuro this except republi can votes. With every republican in t'laekaina.i county fully alive to the importance of tin cautpatun 1 there will be no stay at hnio vot crs, and tho lrnjority for tho ticket will be greater than two vears ago. ' i tio KliNoll l'KNXoVKIt's party de-I clares emnhnticallv in favor of five I trade. Let us illustrate: Since tho third of February the woolen mill has not been in oratiou and w, w, vv. Mo is its 2,0 employees have to a great; lor mil cllector, S, It. extent been thrown out of eiunluv- Mir.u :'hi, ment; The effect is noticeable-; o i .) ' ' i selves who are out of employ- j nient; second, to the merchants: who have depended ii"ii the trade .,f tl. finni;.,- ,,f ll. ,,,.,!.,e. ! ees for their sllpH,rt; third, to ii i . i l,W.- i,,rr... .,, ....... pations ami w ho have hereto- fore found Work in the employ of (V, r.,..t.,ri. .,..r.ii 'II. i. ' ,i.i, , 1.1 stringency in trade circles beie in spite of the fact that the building mills have employed lots of bauds. Carry the cainparisou one step fur ther and the analogy is complete. I't us send abroad for such fa brics as are mndc and worn here, thus giving employment to foreign ers and depleting our resources to pay them and we have the free trade theory applied t j" rfectimi. Oregon City is too much of a man ufacturing city, and Clackamas COUtlty too much llilelesle,! in the grow th of her manufacturing ill- dustrics for the city and county to support l'ennoyer at the jsills and at tho same time vote for their own interests and ltest good. Tub Oregon democrats take a peculiar delight in repudiating their party platform and holding it up to tho public contempt, (iuv ernor l'ennoyer set the evil exam ple when ho refused to enforce the eight hour rule in bis saw mill. Chairman (ioldsmith, of the demo cratic central committee follows it when it declares that "there is nothing of the free trade (in the platform) except in tho charges of the republicans. This is an as tounding statement, in view of the plain declaration of the platform in favor of tari II' for revenue only. If this isn't free trade wo don't know the thing when we see it. It is literally and exactly the revenue policy of Great I'ritain. Hither Mr. Goldsmith has not read the democratic platform, he does not comprehend it, or ho has deter mined to ignore it. All this goes to confirm tho impression that has somehow gone abroad in the state that thero is nothing in tho demo cratic campaign this year but l'cn noyorism. Governor l'ennoyer is n't a free trader, and tho resolu tion ho wrote on tho subject and which tho democratic convention rejected, dodged tho quest ion very neatly- a good deal more neatly than Chairman Goldsmith dodges tho pain reading of tho free trade resolution the convention did adopt. Mr. Goldsmith's performance is clumsy. Orcgoniaii. Turk 1'laco Is Popular I'ropoity. Churtmm A, Hon huvu just received a lot ot elegant wall paper anil patterns, while they are soiling at greatly reduced prices. For neat styles of lule designs call and boo them. ?' ' "f-'-f ' yt'gtf.'jMtlHB'W iMiliMp; Oil? . - . ".'k . ' ' ; :' .1 ! ;.,. " ' ' ' I'll 'I't I 1 Hie (li) l.lectl Tlic e.ly clui ti.'ii vi Mniiil.iy usov otTiitllotly, there .,'ln- prrfeticully no oji hiiii!Ioii t'i the ti. Let lemiltKlte.l t the teiMililu .in in iin.it v on .il iii.I.i v . Fut- ' . ' l in In tho vote ; l'or ni.iyvir, Tle'i. I'. l(v.m 1st; A.J. catoa For uvoi.ter, 1 . 1., t'orter 1st; V. I.. White For coinicilineii. C 11. Cililliehl ;H7, O' - ". Aih. y 1. C .1. I'jtker lfi. W. II. Cooke :"os, 1 S Wjin-ii I'll, J. U. Tremh.illi Id, J. W. IfCuiiltell 1V.I, K. I'. Kellv L'l W. V. Ment I'.. Fie.l K" l"'Jwm'r 1 I..i"ieit:'.'.. It . Cli.tiiii.iti lti ; C. y, S Iiie.r ITii; K. Kiiiiet l'i , Joint I or eitv uttm n Unelut l'r tnumtnii. Kelly I't. The letll, litie ti.'kel llC4 l.- l l.y A. J. i Cii.-on is n piiili.ile I ! -Ihu ilemocraey , , , .jt. , i . a I oie le.oierw ui ti ii,, ii hi, iiihii mh.v jnii v hi ,r,...,nj.t u,,,.,oi,in ;ihel,l. N'V ,.r., of Ihu ..vrt) I, a, leis el.oin Hint it was prepare,! hy 1'r. II. l . l;.-s uii'l the eil itor ol th loiuiei . The o!liieli it re coivc'l imli-atf. I plainly that itoio iel satflaclui v to the It is ilue Mr. : his 1 k 1 1 1 v upsan ,l.ite for .linnet ,1, mo, i .icy. -. I lucl.it to say that , tlu'leoli lis u Cllll'li' nlloincv uilhont his know Id,.,, or sanction. II he H.'iiM Hot he a i .ill Ul.it i ireuiie-tance. ' nays that mi l. r tiny Ihclilc 1,'allwats While we me iDiishleriiiil Hut ipnn lion locally of hii.l lin nil electric mo tor line, the (olio in,; general statement in r'vai'l to elect lie railways, taken from tho Oregon vi, will he ospci hilly interesliiin ; The lit st en eiei.tl electric railway Wll (,,a.,., r tiallic was that op j erate-l hy Nit-iens mi l llalsku at the I'eilin exposition of 1S7'.I. 'lo-tlay elec tric railways in iv he ihvi,!e,l Into three classes, vi. : 1. Tie "uveiheiel system," us it is ciilleil, in which the current is led from the xeiii'titltii machine at tho si at ion tu Ihu cur thr jiiha wiro placeil uhove the kjroiinil The "mi ler gtonml system," or that in which lite supply coinlnctois are lacc'l helnw 1 1 to k i on ol . 3. The "sloraon hattery rvhUiii" in which the current is fiirnishoil hy storage hatleries i airic.1 mi tin) car, which have hecn previously clincl with the reiptiie I eniient. There u to in os raiioti in litis country, mi, I in course, of construction ut the pirsent lime, no h ss thitil 17'. electric railways, nperiiliii over IHHI curs, w ith lJii'l miles of track; an I tlto number is lupiilly inere.ising. In llusloli 11 H curs me now hi operation, mi'l theli nninher will so-ni he increase. I to near ly I. linn A lining the cities which have ulreaily electiii: I ail ways, hesiiles Port- lainl, SiMlllo an-1 'I'm ta, are Cluvo- html, O, ; llariishiir,?, I'a; Kansas City, Mo, ; llaitforil, Conn. ; New York City, lliiuiliii, Neh.; I'lllslmrg, I'u.: S.il: hultr Cily, I'tah: San .lose, Cat. Scrunton, I'u.: St. Funis, Mo.: WiliniiiKton, lcl, an-1 a loiit lint of olhers, St. 1-uuis is now eiuipiiii seven lines of street car railways tin, I iiintity-twt) miles of truck Willi elentrii! powtn', at un expenso of f l,r!M uiKl, ami hy the close of the prcHimt year thettl will not ha u horsu luilriKid in opt ration In that eily, All cms will he inoveil eilher hy olttctric forco or hy cuhles, itml the latter molois aid rupiilly givinx way to uloctricity, Tho electric motor for street curs "has comti tu slay." It ruiiiiruH no ihtvlcu for tho suppression of ilirl, dust or smoke, In thti streets incidents mseper ithlo forsteuni loconiolion, ami it is sale tu say finlher thitt htirso railwuvs will ho us (-hsoleti! in ten years us sIiikc couches urn to-day. Park Place, is Popular Propeity. Money to l.einl. My money lending htislinms will bo carried on us usual. Parlies desirous of helng iiccommodiitcd will plwiHO call at my ollico. I liavii 1 100,(1111) nvuiliihlo. yillf W, Casky Johnson. .tW.fytt..BW,ytWw i nt aiittvo h u pMiti cut til llii! stuiluiit, wiiieii win liiiiKo hum scnstui m t lackaiua-t cuiiiity. IIh a'iiiofoi' in iw iull.tws: Prince Of Snowdon,l!;tv; foalc-I 1SS,".: l.rcil Ity Andtow l'li'iitinj.', ('alia, t'ainwatfi, Sciitlatnl; imMirt'l 1; weight IMC,:, lbs,; niro Kiiilif of Sin.w.b.ti ('J'.M'J); ilam Puchfss (HIT) l.y l'liiioo i.f K ill Ttito (C.(iU); j;raiil ilam Mai (:;:!7) by yittin' Cainisif t'.)'.".l). Kni-lit of Simwil.tit C,,jrj): Yirn Fanin r fJSC, ); ,aia Urik (l"l)ly LatitlsiiT. KanniT 'JSti. rniuv of Killir'nlo fiii(); sir l,tr Jock lll;lam Manliiotif of Inline 1 y Iofty on I -ir.'.i. .ars Jock Yiitiii' Cainpsii' '.L".i; i-iro ( 'ampaio 1K; ilam lv I hat h.r .lock :;7" fv John Alitlt l'soii My Jo Ul'.). Tor 1 'art tenia r. fall on or AiMivss, LAZEIjIjE cte: MoCORD, Oregon City. , .1 , II. I I Ml I iii:i. IIAUIiK-I'Y At Imt iei,eii,e III thin eily, ol ciiroouplioii, .May .'ilh, Iv.m, ('vnllii A. Il.irilenty, ttiicl 111 yuarit mul S tutitilliH. l'oceane,! a li.un in lieL.oi.i in ls'iS, u,l luovu.l lo t'uialilhi county, Oregon, It itli her p.iiem.i, when nlni wax nine veunotttje. In IS',' I nlni iii.ii rie I T I ll.tr, lenly. They i oiitinuu l to leaele ill K,oteril Oti oti till flto yc.ut a'i when j the v niine l l Neeilv. A Near an I it ! hull iiii they heeame icti'leiilii of Ore- j go II Ctli. l'or it Ion,; time. Mix. Il.ir-I ilety ha 1 heett k nil 1 it ha I Ixvil evi- j lent for Mine time thai lm I'oilll lnt re- I . .. cover. Mie leavet n IniMian I runi hu I ehil.heli to mo-.if ii her ,lee 11 tine, the i ol. lest rh'hl Im-iii h it thilteeli, nll.t th I y.iiinesl not yel three Die liiue. al i I ciiire.l Iron', the houmt on l'ae..iv. j I.AZPl.t.l:. A l tint rese'ence of her ilauchtcr, Mrs I'.utclav of Oieon C'ly, May ,'i, ls'l, M iry J. handle, tted j i years, hi months, nn-l "J -lays, l'eceased was horn in Siuar limye, Witrieii county, 1'ciiii., June I.I, 1H:,I Was limine. 1 1 eh. '.M, K,l lo M.tishttll Lunelle, uiid removed the s.iu.e year to Mulligan where she made her home (or lie.uly eihl ye.us. Iurilithe uututnli of Is'.ii !, with her huxhatid mid fam ily removed to low a, w here two years la te! she was 'dt widow hy the death of hei hiishun l Maishall I. .utile, u Vol unteer in lie Cm, ui cause of the civil war, Shu continued residitiK ill Iowa li'l Septemhur of ls7t, when she removed to Oregon where she has since continued to reside, l'or the two past years she hot hcen nu Invalid, siitl'etuiu- Irom A st li mit , which I'm, illy hr,.ue,hl o.i u stroke of paralysis lioin the elicits of which she in ter recovend. Mm was the mother of three chil-heli ; it son, t ieome l.ilelle, mi l it daughter, I la I'.atclay, ol this eitv ; uti-l u daitahler, L I it It Clottse, of Port land, Shu -lied at 2 u'clock Sahh.ttlt ii'hI'I last and was laid to test Tuesday iiioin iitll at ! o'clock. Allllll l. SIIKi:.IAN-l.VIS-At the residence of tho hole's parents, Mr J. I lank yiieiiniin und Miss Kulli A, iitvisull ol Wilhoit, Oicijon, licv. Isaiah M, lloyh'S olll-'i,lllll(,'. 1 will travel all over the state, nut so much to nuke it cunt usit us to set) the s'ople mid talk with them. 1 will tnake it perso'iiil cum ass, 1 will make no speeches us 1 urn nut u speech-liiuker. My education was neglected in this re spect, us I had soinethinn idstt to do when a boy, itml I loti since leuiued llutt sis'ech-lnukiliu has u very little hi do with tho llll'lirs of stale. 1 iulclid to stm t on my trip not later than May I . 1 have nut decided upon tho details of my tiip, hut think I will o llrst tu Kitilcrn Oreeun. I) I', Tiiomcson, hi tho I ie'oni,in. Tile New Dlscotcrr You have heiird vour friends mid lieiuhhoiH talking uhniit it. Vuu limy yuiiiself he nlni of the iiimiy whu know ti out persniisl expei ienco jiint how no-i-l u thing it is, If vou hitvo ever tried it, j, ill urn one of Its stuiincli friends he cause lint wonderful tiling iihoiit it is, Unit whim iiiicti given a tiiul, I r . Kind's New ItiscDvery ever iiller holds u place in tho house. If you have never used it mid should he ulllicled with a coiixh, cold or iiiiv I In i nil , lung or chest trotihle secure a hotllo at once itml give it a fair tiiul. It is uiiurunleed every time, or money refutided. Trial hnttlo free lit (I, A, Harding's lirtig Slote. A Sound Lciiiil (Iplnloii. 1''. Itaitilit i-tv'o Miiuduy 1 ij . , Cotinly Ally., Cluv Co. Tex., sityu : "Have used Llectric Hitlers with most happy results. My hrother also was very low with Ala liirial hover and Jiiundicn, hut was cured hy timely into of this luoiliciuo. Am sat islied I'ilecti ic ltitters suvi il his life." Mr. X. 1, Wilcuxsonof IhtiseCiive, Ky. adds a liko testimony saying: He posi tively heheves ho would have died hud it not hecn for Klcclric Hitters. This great remedy w ill ward of us well us euro all Malarial Discuses, and for all Kidney, Liver mul Htomiicli Disorders stands unoipialled. Price Till cents mill f 1 ut 0. A. llanlin's Drug Store, Attention llrcnliTs. A hiinilsuinn iliiported Clydu slalliun Was on tho street yesterday. Ilowus Imported hv (hilhralth ltius. Drcodors should see him. Lazuix & McC'olil). e,-!,, SMWIM :.. jf-. i 1 . ,t tVutili ( lull. j Mrs. C II. I.. l',nnueiter's ulih chlh hat fully nuMm,, .1 Ihu expectation ; ill lis pal loin who have 111! h, ell llioie thiol I ' 1 , a -1 1 Will, their ptll i luirten : through It iiP:cney. t-'i dim ciml has it , hcen that a new i luh will , oianucl in w he h a w ad h can he oM.uiicI of any vahni l.y p:itn only I no per wn-k. For parliculats, call oil or u.lihess, Mils, C II. I . I'.l I.NI lll II, t invoii Citv, I T '" " My c.itiie la an. I Ii y Ielt.lt It K Imimiii-h Will l-e e.n to I oil a n-tnil aut- :. 1..... i i... M. i '"n "'"'' .-.. t,"'-er 1:1 have charge o( it, U ' '" JolO--. Dissolution Nulill' i .... ... , -...(. , ... , helween U. i iiapuot an I Phdhpps Pros has heen dissolved this day, Ap.il i ;';;rd, ls sl, ,y iuulu.il .oiiseiit All dehls due w ill I e colic, led hy I!. (,!a-s- pi, Hill) . 11 . til A M '-! , I I'llll 1 H I'S I'll is. I n,' 1,0' ll.lll IlillV. I'llle W J .111, I 't I c,.;s (or h.lli llin;. li. W. l'oflcl, C.ltlcln.lll leave Ki llers ut the I li, oii t lly'.M.llkcl. -( 7 I ; '. J N lliiiiiei ntlce lu I in iiicl's. The lliidci signed will he in Oie'on City ut llatvey Cn-s' mlice every Tues day ulid Satiltdav of each neck unlit fit 1 1 In' r notice, commencing oh Tuesday, I'oh. '' for the pinp sie of conliucliii for v.vel.ihles and (mils of nil kinds fur the c, inning eoinp iny . Oieoii t ity, l:, h. is, l.s'i t. A , 11 I'.osi mi , Secretary of Oic,;on Cily Packing Co lleiillli ami Lou .-i i It) , I'r A. Willord Hall's Hygienic Tieitlnielit for the pel in. lie nl cure nf dis eases w it li oit eillici medicine, electricity or cosily appliances W-nks insifcct hiuniiiiiy with the laws of mittiie. 4SBFSeo Micrucnsin "extra" which gives the history nf the physiological disj uvery. Send (or oiieuluis t my cx-pcli-e. I'lice of Health Pamphlet tl oil. Address, .1 V . TlluM s, M-ilalla. Or. 1 have a htis',ucs nsun with shelving etc., initially loeutcd. fur rent al rciison able rale. Must apply si on, ,1 is, P. Sii iw , (Mlice, lied I'ronl liroicry mid Crnck ery Mouse, hicciul Niillre. To Whom it inuv Concern : All knowing theinsclvcs itnlehted to its uro respcelfuliy requested to scltle Iheir Hcooiinls Wo need inoiiey and UillHt collect and wool In he wire is stilllcioiit. Wo do not wish to place our iiccouuls in the hands n( a colloclor, It is extremely unpleasant for us lo do so therefore we give lliis m it ice uiid suy to nil cntiiit it 1 1 1 1 scllle, Murch IS, ism), Tims, Cn miman ,v. Son. Tomvtoi.hI Tom t iocs. The (). C. Pin king Coiupuny wuiits to contract for L'l) Holes of tomatoes this season, See notice tu I ,11'inciH in hnsiiioss IhciiIm, Sclioid Money. There is plenty of money on liitnd to loan of school (uuds, nt.d it will bo lot ho interest of nil horrowers, especially llmso who need anv considoruhlo iiiiiiuint as well as long time loans, tu borrow Hchnnl money. This i uhsnlulely llif cheiipeHt money to ho hud S per cent mul no com missions alter tho Hist your, Cull on C, t, Lttloiirelte, Allerney fur tho hourd. Clienp Lund l'or Sale, Choice funning luiul, llireo miles from Oregon City in fiotu tl) to hlll acre tracts ut '5t.0D to C.ltl Dt) per acre. Call on or ii.lilroHS, ltyuti k liundiill or J. D lii'.NNiat, Oreunii Cily, Lgg's l'or llalcliliig. White Wy.illdolls mid 1'iowii Leg horns. My strains for egg prndtiolinii und stiindurd rciuiremeiils uro iinsiir pussetl. Kugs t per LI; puikeil in Ims kels for shipping, t- per LI. Ki.mhu 1'ixuN, Oregon City, Or. Purk Place Is popular Propoi ty, Painl! Paint !! Paint!!! PAINT YOUR HOUSE with (Viluiubiii Cottage COLORS. -ALL The Lai est Shades AM EST QUALITY - (i'- MIXT PAINT o TIIK MAKKKT. sol 1 It Y OLSON k LOUJS. Money to Loan. In sums nt $'iim,!H to .'itl,0(M). J is P. Siuw, Leal I -I. il-' an-1 1 lii.incial ugeiil, Oregon City, opp,,,.iti. Post ollico. Pay All simiiis indelited to the firm o tinell Lies. Hie reiiiested to call t on. c und seitlii their accounts or tho Mooewlll he pi n ed in the hands of t collect. ir (iHKIkN ItHoi. lb, uls, Si: nes I Link M.llcr has rei .iviv toother big stoi k of hunts mul slices French kid kunuiiK) und all other kin 's fur la ities und gents ut l, 1!.) and upward. We nil know that t runk keeps l!i host pi. lilt V nf bonis und sleH'S ut till) luW .s( prices Trciisiiier's Nutlco. 1 have now in my hands funds tpph uhlo tu the puvmenl of all wuri tints en doised piinr to Sept. fi, 1S!8. Interest will cca-e finni date of thin not ice, Oregon ( it), April ID, 1S!K). .10-'.iii.-i; s. Il.CAi.irr, Tieusiiier ot Cl.ickiimus Co. , Or. St. (ieorijo, of Merry Knglilllil, dos tioye,l the Ihery dragon, hut thu Ameri can champion carholisulvo coinpiert St. Anthony's lire, chilhluins, frost hit, cuts, wkiiiiiI.i und itchilig and Irriluting diseases. Sold hy l' (i, Catlfleld. A ilt h e To Miitliei'M. Miis, WiNsi.ow 's SoiniiiMt Syhcp, for chldien teethiiu'. Is the nrcsc rintiun nl one of the host lemulo nurses and physi cians in the i mtcii Mutes, unit Itus Imioii used for duty years Willi never-failing success hy inilhoiis of inulhers for their eliildn n Jiiiiing the process of teeth ing ils value is incalculable. It relieves the child fnun pain, cures dysentery and diarihit ii, griping in the bowels, mul w ind-colie. Ity giving health to the child it revts tho mul her. I'lder 11, I'-. Kitli'nger, of Cioltyshurf, Pi miNylv-iniu, suys ho hud boon inilloring wilh u cold und cough, ulso his wife, thut they Inuk tu using Chninherluin's Cough lieinedy mid received great bonelll from it. Vol he says, "It was so pleasant lo take." l'or culo hy U. A. llmding Won hi You He lilclil l'.veryone wuiiIm lu hecoino licli, ami in order I lint you iiiuy liiitko sure prog ress in this ihiivlinn you should not fail to buy your groceries of A. II. Kry, tha cash grocer, us ho has a very lino seloc tiou of the lines! groceries ti ho found in niaikcl. lie is hound lo plouso Ids ens loineismid is consluntly wutching the market (or bargains so us to buy cheap ami hunk his goods down to his custom ers. Cull ut Pry's Cash ( tracery House, Oregon Cily, Oiegon. The Itesl ltcsiilt. All iiiin'cdicnls employed lu producing I hunt's Suisiipurillu mo strictly pure and m e l ho host u( I bo kind it is possible to liny, All tho roolii mul and herbs inn curefully selected, porsnnully exiiniinod, n ii 1 1 only tho host retained. So thut from the time of pitrcluiso cnlil II nod's hursuparilla is prepared, o very thing is carefully wutchod with n view tu attaining tlto bestrest,ul w hy don't you try It? market nurouT. Wheal, I' hrta, Outs, V I'U Flour, Istgrudc, II t). Zinl. a,7 HtOHLTEi PutUr, 2i) toi'Oi ts. Eggi, isclt. Chickens, dieswtddV dns,'( M to 5 Chlcknns, spring .'O0 A C-f.'s) Chh kMiis, ilvu, dS .00 lo VO0 Turkeys, PutuW, V L(W I" ''lf' Onion, hii tloo. Apples V hox , 12.00 r'KKI: Hhtins, :'! fsi llruti, flMfiO Hay, timothy huled. IS lo t-'o. Hay tiiiiuthy louse, $h'i, Clover, hsled I7 lo' M LATH : Leef, livs, ,'i!7 to 4 c. Heef dressed, 7 to Si'. Veal, dii'SHml, 7 e. Hogs, live, no. Hog, dri-Msed, (i "e, Sheeii, H'liead, :i,?S)ml M.0'. Wool,:'0iii:'I V'1' I urd, couiilry hulk, 1 Ic. I.ar-I, hiickels, it4o. Hum, H to l.'c Sidi. Vft, 10c. Hholilder, V"'. "v. LUIKH I Kt'ITS: All k nds vrry dull, A Hides, sun dried, .'I ui'.d 4e. Plums, silt, diled, '.' mid :1c, Prune, sun diled, A und IS'. Pears, sun diied. 0 and He. Anples, nuiehine 'Incil, hleiieheil To l'lunis, linn biiii' di led, li to 7e 1','ais, uiachiiic ,l-ii'., (I al.di'c. Prunes, iiiui loi.i diied, ') and He, POPE'S HALL. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Saliinlav, May 101 Ii. Wm. McKanlass' COLORED MINSTRELS. Direct from the East. In a rniquo I'rograinnie of Fine New Songs ami l)ances, LOTS OF Fl'X. NEW JOKES I ! IXCLl'DIXU Master Willie iiml his Sister Patti, the Two Youngest Colored Children Is fore the jmblio. Heserved S-ati on sale at the Post Ollice. Livery, Fml and SaleStal.lo ORECONCITY. LtH'ATEb IlKTWKKN Tint BllirxiE N0 HKI'OT Ioublo and Single Kis, and sad dle horses always on hand at the lowest prices. A corrall connected with the ham for hxtse stock. Information rctfurdiinr any kind ol lock promptly uliended to hv Vernon or letter. '1?I8 eA?0i 8 ?l! 0 n Sold . The Most Rapidly Selling. 80 LOTS SOLD In the last sixty days. Examine tho rccjnl. Wrv siplit ly, adjoins tlio best iniprovcd part of town; also onvoim'nt to the iiianufacturing jart. Don't fail to look at it l.efR jmrchasinji. Tenii! very easy. 21 HOUSES NOW BUILDING ON THE TRACT. WILLIAMS & PORTER, Office near Tost Office. Agents I'm mad all over. I.wt week I bought two lots ot HwArroKu A (ihoi t and yesterday they sold them nyitln and netted mo J'.'M.Ot). POPE & CO. This old reliable in stock a HI, an il M&wt Mmmn, etc. Pliiniming, Gas Kiting & Jobbing Attended to Promptly. Us tiimites Ftirnislied. POPE & CO. OREGON CITY, OREGON. D, V. MAY, MAY u COOKE VvnU'n In ioc rlf'N ii I'rodoce C'HICA'io to:k, Oregon City, Oregon, w cn o ... "'" '" "" '"'"ll'CM Will u I'll- ftioniiii.i n,m (lllil te,....t L. I 1 I ...... ,-,., niorc, '' II il"VKtr. Un,,, Last I'asitili'iis, (( -llsl-.,,,,. MILLER BROS., ii:aij,i;s ix Field, Vegciafjfe and Flower Seeds, AI'MnY.VPolTTlJVsriTUKs :aim:n tiku.s. i i ktiu. zki:s. ri:!;!:s, nr. Olill u... "' -"-"U Ollf't'l. .. illllll U i i,j ,i,r , i orii nu, (c lrs d .,r C.tal, WiiliM'K tr IlcjVhtsj 0N ffLtZ Fi:Ct.1 Tht Suspension Uridyl . Tin: WKSTSIDK. A Fine Chance to Invest Acre Property. Inquire of McCOWN & CO. i I. I i t . !",: -. t i ' ;' '-J; :;;, JS. .H'CR'f ' NEVER It I -J , - .ii i fi.i.- oiis i t ' ".T."C.,,,,V J1' I L K. S. WAIiliKX, ) 4 lil x I POPE & CO. firm always keep full line of SWAPFBRD 17 A.