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Yonn peovle lueellun l'ne.jr rveiiln At
7 ou. ITAyer Meeni.c 1 hnr,U eenlin At . i.
. ttrAiieri cotilully an t'.e.l.
riKHT PKKHHYTEU1AN t lll lU II.-KiiV. tl.
UKOIIKY. PAl..r. ervue At II A M Allil
-7 SO r SAl.lialh st.-li.v l At in . ,.un
People .Witty nl I'hri.ilin Kn.ev..r me.-u
very Sun.Uy evenln At H : .lue.Uy
venlii( pr.yir meeting At 7 M. Hfl Irce. u
T. r rowiso. B. 'I t'.iwiu
COWING & COWING,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
All niui Wore t"nlte, Hutei Uinl ofllcei A
OKESON CITY. OKEUoN
C. D. & D. C. LATOURETTE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW.
MAl.t UrBKliT, OHKHON CITY, OltKOH.
furnlnh AhtrrtA nf Title. Ixui Money. F'Te
cluie Morti(KKi-, irnHAtl iieneral
G. E. HAYES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Oregon, City. Oregon.
Olllce up tnlr near Cniirt Home
Attorney at Law.
Oregon City, Oregon.
Land Business a Specialty.
T. A. Mclllilflli. A. H. DKKSSKIt,
McBRIDE & DRESSER.
Attorneys at Law.
Offlce in Ji'gar lJloek, Oregon City, Or.
J. W. POWELL, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office at Channan k Co'ri Drug More
OREGON CITY, OUKUON.
F. F. WHITE.
Tractinal Architects ff Builders.
...... i aia.iI,ii workltitf (In-
tftlln, and ipeciflfiHtlons for all klmix of huiKi-
t., fentlmitea urninhcl on PP,Jl,,
...II . a.l,t e.y.A.B Will I K 11 l( in
Orex"ii (Mty, 0n
T. H. HORN,
Home and Sign Painter.
Paper Hanging a Spocilty.
Paintintc done in all its briinclmH.
Leave onlurnal tlio njHt-olfio
fihop at rear of tlio ioHt-o(lii:e.
Money to Loan.
I-iHnm-of itTjOO.rKi to ?rn,ooo.
,Iah I', HlAW,
Heal Unl.il.0 ami Finurmiul ugont, Oregon
City, opposite Jt'ost omce.
0. E. A. Freytag,
I.IN tC OF
ik mi: city.
Call and Examine
f II I ItUI f
Yitu r liilrmllin In imrvluuo i
Piauo or Otp;
THKS WHV Nor
J. H. WAY,
Tite Live I'lAXO Mini OKOAN nuin will
noil you n I nnl in nuMit
ltl.4 ki lt IIIIOW..
IV I'll A POl,
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Sold for CASH or Utile INSTALLMENT PLAN.
AililrpM ut Oregon City, Oro.
SCROLL SAWING. .
IVtir-a ili'.irinu Wood Turning, 1'at
toriu, ltrAikrtn, or
Shop Carpenter's Work
Will be Suited y I'ullinu on Mu.
Doors, Windows and Blinds
G-. H. BESTOW,
T"(l,p. tlu ('iiimrcKiitiiiriiil Clmicli.
Spring and Summer,
N E W GO 0 D S
We are Showing this
week the Latest Novel
ties in Satines, Dress
Goods and White Goods,
also in Embroideries.
The Great Eastern
Mayer & Ackerman, Props.
Waixino & Jahihch, Props.,
CROWERS AND DEALERS
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Grape Vines, Small
Nursery four tnllo below Oregon City
on the Onwego rood.
Catalogued mailed free on application,
Aildreoi) all ordorn to
WALLING & JARISCH,
Field, Vegetable and
APIARY A POULTRYSUPPUES
GARDEN TOOLS, FERTILI
ZERS, TREES, ETC.
2011 Second Street,' Bet. Siilmoii unil
Tnylor, I'ortluiid, Or.
tJtriiend for Catalogue. 42-3
BANK OF OREGON CITY
Pak! up Capital $50,000.
I'hmiiiknt THOMAS CU AMMAN.
C.viiii;h rilAS. II,('AI'I'IKU.
Manaukh K. I.. r.AHTIIAM.
lieii.mll. received .ntije-ci to tih.rk.
Atitriive,l Itlll. aikI nine, filiooiinttil
t'tnttity .ml oily v. ati-aiiIa tmnalit.
l.,mii. iiiNitn mi AvnlUlile .eonrlty.
fulteoilonii niA'lu inintly,
lirAtln nilil nn I'nrtUii.l, Hah rrnol,,l'lilPA
I". New York, Ainl All irlntilAl till Ira ( Kil
1,'li'iiiKI'liU' eni'liAtme. .nlil n 1'orllAint, Ha
('nuu'l.iM, t'lili'm Aiul A.w York.
Interest Pj14 on time deposit is Itallowt :
for Hirer luttitthi, 4 rr pent r iuuu.
Kurn niimilii, 5pr rent. it Aniumt.
For 1) uimitlii. i er i.nt. ir Annum,
Tim. I'erllrlcAleA n( 0eiin.il pyAhl tun d
nun.t, bnl ImerA.i Inrlelteit II Jr.wn tolwr
eiul ol term ol ileui.lt.
TTMR CUT1NG nHAMPOOING
ft AIR DYEING IJINGEING.
hiirp Hazorrtit Cloan Towols
I,it.lien' ninl t lii'.ilrciiH' lmircutting
I lot or colli ImtliH at nny time.
25cts. BATHS 25cts.
W. 0. GREEN,
Opposite the Post Office.
II Vuii ur ill hit, I o( lUriifM, Nddl,
Hrldle, or Kepairn, you can nav money
liycalliii)Ioniiie. Kino lttiggv lUrneiui-
eii and htixk Saddle mvla to order.
Whether you want to buy or not when
in tuM iu-allon mu.
THB IU.UK FKONT
AIko Ajrenl fur tho Celebrated
SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
FOR FIRST CLASS LUMBER
Geo. S. McCord's Mill
mi Mt. 1'leiiHant 2i inilei lonth of
Oregon City. ,
A. WA LK Kit,
Is ireinrcd to attend promptly tc
work entriifu.'tl to liiin.
I'jitnuiayo recpfctfully Bolicited,
Renner & Davis,
Practical House Movers,
will do till wurk in their lino prumptly
and Hiitixfni'torilv. Aihlrenn,
HKSNKH A DAVH,
Or.'m City, Oregon.
The Commercial Bank,
OF OKKOON CITY.
Transacts General Banking Business.
Iaiiuh tnuilo. I1IIU ilincotuited.
Maktm colliictiuiiN. Buy and nelln ex-
hanueon all points In the United MtaUii
ami KuroH and on llon Kong, Do
hjiIh rereived suhject to cheek. Intttr
OHt at umial ratun allowed on time depoe-
Ihink onen from 0 A. M. to 4 P. M. :
(Saturday evoiiiiifl from 6 tilt 7 1'. M.
I). C. J.ATOUKKTTK,
F. K. DONALDSON,
LIVESAY & SHUTE,
FLOUlt, FEED, GRAIN
CORN MEAL. .
Agents for Clackamas and Or
egon City for tho Col
Keep on hand
Rustic Fooring, Ceil
ing and all kinds of Finish
ing Lumber, Drosgod
Fenco Pickots of
CHOICE Columbia Ce
Hull! Street, OrcKou City Oregon,
KKEeS OOJJBTABTMf ON HAND TIII
beat liriinil of l.l,inir, Wllipf i( C'lgnri
In the City. Hie i In ami try tlia nuw IllllUr
Table. Aim Imported Milwaukee, C'lilCAroaud
lia Iluor. J. TKEMHAT1I
OUECION CITY, OUKtiON,
ATTI1K (IHK.KNIIOIIHH OKTIIH
OREGON CITY FLORAL
Tim MIowliiH h'liiH Hi'li'i'llun nl
('lll)ll'll l'lilll'tl Mini ('ill I' lllvHUH ;
('lllYAtilliiiiiiiliuri, llnlUliurk'. Citrnit-
tlllllA, 1'l'tlllllllH, lilldl'A, Vt'l lil'IIIIA, Vlo
IfllK, Hwill't W'lllllllllA, I' llI'lIll'.-IIIO-llIlt,
l'lipI'leA, lliliutroM'ri, iMitty Mil
ler, KttlviitA, OiiUviea, l'lilln,
UnritiilniiiN, ('(tnimn, ninl
OclU'lwl t'olll'l'lll'll ol till
I'mIiIihk" 4 lii-'t Mut kot Kituln Ilk), f'O
Cmillllowor. inr Km l.W)
ToiimltHm 4 la.Ht KImiI-, nnr 100, .7ft
K. 1 1. NKWTOX.
(Hi Ti A.aiiA Tul
STRAIGHT & NEWTON
Goods sold at Portland
IIKillKST riUt'K PAID IOU CtifN-
HAY AND KKl.li A M'KlTAl.TY.
M. 11. l'liiiuik'nn.
It. A. Hill,
Flanagan & Hill,
WIIOI.K.SAI K AND liKTAIL
Ktt-T OM lltMi TI!K IIKr Hrl KlTION
ol Wine., l.liiiinri., Ale, Hrr. Ae , i bt
l.iiiiiil In the HtAla
lu Uti. Kn.iiiniu liliH-k
01 r. ma a caII,
HALF AND H ALF ON Dlt Al'OlIT,
The Uitii.u. lluvey He.)
Hl,,,e nf 11,1, , u, An,) Hote,
,SMr.erli ul t Aiul.rl.lae.
M.a i . tiA.e lHell liiuVrU lu
K.l l'il.A,le(IA. t'Aliri,rnlA
Where Hie lillHltie. Mill t
The llminniiil Flutter
anil Mi'Kil More,
C. II. Ilomr, UiiAger,
Kant rANih'iia, ( nl.
rten.l ir euinilet
Willamette Heights !
ONE MILE FROM THE
ON THE WEST SIDE.
A Fine Chance to Invest
McCOWN & CO.
Livery, Feed ninl Sale Stablo
Ull'ATKU HKTW KKS 111 A' IUiIIm.K AND
Double and Single Riun, and sad-
die home alwuya on hand at the
lowest priei'd. A oorrall connected
with tlio bum for Ioiihu Mtock,
1 iiform at ton reintrdiiiK nnv kind ol
stock promptly utteuilud to liy pi-rNon or
Horses Bought and Sold.
J. M. BACON k m.
Books and Stationery
POST OFFICE BUILDINC,
OKKUON CITY, OKKOON.
Ono of tho niccHt place in Clack
amai bottom, being 85 acres. The
finest of land for a peach orchard.
1100 young pencil trees jimt bo
ginning to bear; good dwelling
Iiouho on high ground mid all of
tho nooonnnry out-buildinuo, oto,
45 TO 50 ACRES
Ono of tho fineot eprings in
Clackamas county. For salo cheap
for a short time,
F. 0. McCown at Oregon City,
40 acres with hhiiio locality,
finely improved, for ealo cheap.
Ono of tho good farms of Clacka
mas county within two milos of
Oregon City in a fine state of culti
uation, Also land in Clackamas county,
near now motor lino. Fino for
I fanning. Toprn pasy,
F. 0. McCOWN ft CO.
THURSDAY, JUNK 10.
Nl'MNtlWATKH, JllllO J.I, IH',10,
"(iivo uh ruin," In what nil nro
Tlipoiitlunk for ulnvorlH tlio wjrnt
wo Imvp ivir Hi'i'ii,
Full Wllimt iHtllitl, llllt lookrl well.
OutH uro n)iort for tliin timu In tlio
your, but linvo 11 good color.
Tin" fruit crop will bn very ln-iivy.
Our Hinging mliool cloni'il IhhI
yuiuhiy, uinl thu picnic on Momluy
wiw a iucci'hh, All Hooinod to enjoy
thi'iimdvcH, It wun followed by n
tlunco at Lovelace's bull In tho
evening, ami a goml time Ii ro-
l f A. Lucy mi.l ', J. I,owcllcn late
ly imrcitiiHcii or ti. w. Pinilck, of
Ilulilmra, mmio abort horn cuttle
being tho firxt rcgiHlcreil cuttlo for
M!h WillinniM in givinggooil nut
infliction an u tcitclicr.
Wm. Kuinllo U Imiltling un mldi
tioit to hi Iiouho which will inld
grcittly to tlio appearance uf bin
One evening lunt week Home lniy
ulmerveil, nn they thought, a cleri
cal gentleman who hurt been in the
habit of paying nocturnal vixitu to
thene part, tlrivo up nnJ ctup at a
Iiouho for tho night, leaving hid
t'Uggy htaniling outHide. No hiniiiit
were the light put out than the
Imyii, for a little fun, removed the
buggy to other parU, Imagine
their urpriro the next morning
when a xtrangrr wan aeen runhing
arouml trying to f'uul a coiiHtablc to
go in Kearch of hindloli'ii buggy. A
number of tho neigbborrt immedi
ately cliirted in ai arcli, and it wan
aoou found Htandiug ipiictly in the
center of a large clover field. M.
r.Niux Mii.i.m, Or., June 10.
Knrnnf Kntkki-hise: Milk Creek
claims to lie well up towards the
head of the procraaion in the mut
ter of cclcbratinu wedding unniver
narics of ''auld laug syne."
In March hint Molulla Ornngv
celebrated tho .I'.'th anniversAry of
the iimrri;:e of grandpa and grand
ma DurtiaU, and ou Salurdry the
i-ilibiuted tin' iiMU
AiiniverHur' of graiidp.t nnd j.tund
ina Worshilm's wedding.
The ladies of thu (irilligo hud
Urn preparing fur the event fur
Home time; but only two weeks ago
word ciiiiio that "grunilmuWorrihaui
is dangerously sick." Contrary to
the general expectation she recov
ered, nnd on Saturday, Juno lith,
she nod her worthy husband, with
over 00 relatives nnd warm person
al friends, sat down to a bountiful
dinner, prepared by tho ladies of
the (! range, and presided over by
our Worthy Muster, ltcuben Wright,
at the head of tho table; at the foot
our Worthy Chaplain, Mrs. S. A.
On tho cfiitro of tho table stood
ouo of aunt Kato (iouchcr's master
pieces, a 11 vo story wedding cuke.
Hanked right and left by by
well, Mr. Editor, if you huvo ever
attended a country grunge dinner it
is not necessary to descrilic the
londs of good things to lie found
there, and if not, I pity yon.
(! rand pa and grandma Darnnll
wero both able to be out, and among
other visitors present wero Mr. O.
Lovcjoy and family, of Oregon City,
and grandma Wright, of Molulla.
As Mr. and Mrs. I-ovejoy spent
Sunday nt Dr, (Iouchcr's, about 20
of the neighbors gathered in to help
cntcrtnin tlieni and keep them from
getting homesick. At least that
was tho excuse they gave, but,
speaking from experience, I think
they knew aunt Kato would huvo
an extra good dinner that day, and
they were not disappointed. Among
thoso present was Dr. Payne, of Or
egon City. Ji:i-'v
Can ay, June 10, 181)0.
Tho following pupils, belonging
to tho Canhy school, wero neither
absent nor tardy for tho month
ending May 2d: Arthur Knight,
Ralph Knight, Laura Knight, An
nie Johnson, Roy Johnson, Win
nie Mattoon, Eva Avery, Kvio Ave
ry, Chester Hodge, Clareuoo Wil
son, Victor Curothcrs,
dumber of pupils belonging for
tho month, 47. Average daily.' at
For tho month ending May .10th,
Winnio Mattoon, Pearl Millignn,
Victor Carothors, Pearl Farrington,
Frank Turpin and Elsio Buchanan
were neither abBont nor tardy.
Number belonging for the month,
49. Avorago daily attendance, 38.
Ghohoe I(, Stokv, Teaohcr.
Fry, tlio cuhIi grocer, makes a spec
ialty ot line grocories,
CKOIMVKATimt M!.I.KTIX..No. 1 1.
Fur Week Finllnir Niilunliiy Jmm II
Tho Week has been cool and pin t
ly cloudy, with light sprinkles of
ruin on Sunday, Momluy nnd Sutur
day. Tim rainfall was liyU und
did not much more than to lay th
dust, Vegetation of nil kind
would he heiieliled hy good Heavy
rains, and especially would the
wheat crop bo benefited. The
weathur, however, has not been in
jurious to crops, tho cool, cloudy
lays being nioro beneficial than
cloudless warm days would be, but
rain is what is needed for the
growth nnd maturing of gntiiif
Haying is generally in progress,
and light yields aro generally re
ported. The continued dry weather
proved to bo qui to injurious to the
hay crop in most sections.
The full and early sown spring
wheat is in good condition. They
would bo benefited by rain, but if
no tlry north winds prevnil the crop
will average very well. Tho late
sown spring grain continues to le
in a p,mr condition, and less than
oiio-hulf tho average, from spring
sown grain is exiected. Hurley,
rye uiul oats are doing quite well.
Corn bus a slow growth owing to
the cool weather. Hups tire reported
as progressing nicely. Vineyards
arc heulthy and excellent projiei-ts
nre shown by thcni. F.untern Ore
gon crop reports are more hopeful
than from the Willamette valley,
Fruit, however, in the Willamette
valley is in us fine condition an
could lie desired, and southern Ore
gon promises to exelipxe former
years by her fruityield. The straw
berry crop is becoming exhausted,
and cherries aro now plentiful in
The rivers continue to fall slowly,
and rcorts do not indicate that
there is much snow to Ih melted.
11. S. i'A.lt K,
Observer 1'. 8. Signal Service.
Ilemedlen A enlist the ( oilllit Mo!li.
There are two modes of lighting
the codlin moth generally jiindeUKi
of one is to pm-cnt the hutching
of the egg, ur the killing of th.
i . . .
yoiinif worm wnne wonting in me
fruit; the' other is catching tin
worm in traps as it is escaping from
the fruit, or having the fruit eaten
by hogs as soon ns it drop from the
tree and before the worm escapes,
The first mode is without doubt tin
iinmi Kuccesmiii, nnu is uiso mo
e 1 , . .
least exsMisive. This is accom
plished by spraying the trees with
London purple or Paris green, us
ing one pound of either to one hun
dred and fifty gallons of water.
Paris green is a compound of arsenic
and copper. It is a far more pow
erful jMiison than arsenic alone,
and is not soluble in water, hence
it will remain much longer on
tho trees, London purple is an
other arsenical compound. It is
the residue from the niunufacture
of aniline dye, and contains lime,
nrsonuous acid and carbonaceous
matter. It is soluble, more adhe
sive and less poisonous than Paris
green. It is Udter to wet the pow
der thoroughly and make a paste
before putting it into the vessel of
water, that it may not form lumps.
The liquid should then bo strained,
thereby removing the sediment that
18 in the London purple. Some
have reported to this Hoard that
the London purple burned the fol
iage This, doubtless, arises from
difference in tho strength of the
London purple, and wo recommend
that euro be exercised and tests be
made before using, so that t shall
not bo too strong. TUo spray is
caused by forcing tho liquid, by
means uf a force pump, through a
lino perforated nozzle, made special
ly for tho purpose. Tho finer it is
the less liquid will bo required. The
important thing is to scatter the
spray on all the fruit.
WI1KN TO SPRAY,
The codlin moth, soon after the
fruit sets, lays her eggs upon the ca
lyx or blossom end of the young
ft-uit. The grub, as soon as hutched,
eats its way into tho center of the
young fruit, and there, growing with
its growth, works its mischief. In
its. early Btato tho young fruit is
erect, itst calyx or blossom end up
wards, and tho least particle of
poisoned water falling upon it is
sufliciont to destroy tho young
worm whon it attempts to eat its
way into tho fruit. Therefore, tho
best and most opportune, time fbr
spraying the tree is soon after the
fruit is set, and when it is about the
siao of a small pea. Experience
teaches, however, that it is not safe to
depend on tho one early spraying to
accomplish tho results sought for,
whether coming from ft econd and
p-rhitps third crop, which nmny af
firm nnd others deny, or from those
that from some cause hav.' not ma
tured un rapidly as others; utill the
fuels reniuin tliat iii U'''.V I,,UC0H
tho codlin moth docs not sting the
fruit and lay the egg until later in
the season; therefore, t obtain tho
best result the spl'tiying should bo
continued t villi an interval of two
weeks unti'i the first of August, ami
even later than tbi on boiiio late
varieties. Cure shotiM be obervod
that vegetables uw not sprayed
with IIicko -mixtures, g.nd ' ani
on. Is ho alio wed to cut the grass
that has boon saturati-d with the
"pray, und that tho spraying in not
lono wfiilo the trees are in bloom,
fur then it is that tho Is-esar Iir'"-
Appiopi lalliuii for Oregon,
Relative to the river and harbor
bill which piumed tho house, Mr.
Iferiiiitnii Mays that it is tho most
satisfactory bill of the kind that was
ever passed. Ho congratulated con
gr. su on its work, and said that
w bile this would be welcome tidings
to tln pimple of tho great lakes on
the North, theCulf on tho South
und the large and smaller rivers of
tho Atlantic side, it would bo more
heartily welcomed by the expectant
opto of the Pacific Northwest
He Huid it was appropriate at this
stage of a bill in which tho water
ways of his own state had been so
loyally remembered to read to the
house a statement ho hud just re
eeivcd friun Jlamr Handburv. of
I ortlatnl, w hich announced that the
recent soundings of tho Columbia
river bur disclosed a depth of 25J
feet at mean low water, and he
said thin wan already a great tri
umph and a most conclusive argu
no nt in favor of the river nnd bar
lior jKiliey of tho government. II
referred to the benefits which couh
' expected for the Cascade locks
y liberal appropriations, as well as
lor other portions of the state, and
he expressed a hope that congress
would at an curlv date take action
oit the best railway project of th
Columbia, which he stated would
open a continuous navigation of
DM) miles, practically from the
Hooky mountains to the sea. The
Oregon items were all passed as re
ported from the committee, nnd no
member is more jubilant than Mr.
Hermann over the result.
A Sintrnliir Case.
The Port Townsend Call reports
that a young girl named Clara
Walton, aged 17 years, hud died on
Tuesday evening, but the body has
not yet btvn interred, ns there ap
pears to Ui evidence of life. Her
Ilesh contains warmth nnd the
body is limp, totally unlike tho rig
idity of a corpse. Her lips have a
life-like uppeurunee, and tho enso is
puzzling and extraordinary. Elec
tricity has Wen applied, but with
A man once said to Dr. Hccs:
' You are whitening fast." The
loctor answered him in a sermon
which ho preached immediately af
ter: " lhcre u a wee white flower
which comes up through the snow
and frost; but we are glad to see
the snow-drop because it proclaims
that tho winter is ovr nnd that tho
summer is at bund. A friend re
minded mo lust night that I was
whitening fast. But heed not that,
rot her; it is to mo a proof that my
winter will soon lie over; that I
shall have done presently with the
cold cast winds nnd tho frosts of
the earth, and that my summer
my eternal summer is at hand."
Tho newspapers of Oregon, and
tho public generally, aro warned
against a one-horse, barn-storming
combination, which has just arrived
in the state. The outfit consists of
two men and ono woman, who give
an illustrated lecture of tho Johns
town horrors, etc. They arrived
here Tuesday from Washington,
and left on the early boat yestorday
morning without settling their bills.
Tho head of the firm travels under
tho cognomen of Prof. Barrymore.
Look out for them. They nro now
doing Oregon, and are bilks of tho
first water. Mist, St. Helens.
Hoard uf t'ipiiillziitloti.
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of Oregon City will sit as a board
of equalization of nsseHsiiieiit on Friday,
Juno 20, 1S1H), commonein' at 8 o'clock,
1 M. Any poisons objecting to the
valuation of his property must apply for
a reduction of the same according to the
charter before said tinio. L. L. Toutss,
5-12 City Recorder,
Oregon City, Juno 11, 1890.
MICE 5 CENTS.
TH E NEXT LKUISLATtRE.
Tli Men Who Will Comnoe OregOB,
Ai near fls can bo ascertained
from tho return now in, the next
legislature of Oregon will stand as
Republican in Roman; demo
crats In umall capitals, name of
senators marked with an are bold
linker and Malheur M. Dodson.
Benton C. IL Crosno.
Clackamas E. L. Eastham.
Clackamas and Marion Harvey
Clatsop 0. W. Fulton.
Columbia, Washington and Tilla
mook F. A. Moore.
Coos, Curry end Josephine V,
Crook, LaW and Klamalh Ci
, Douglas M.C. Fullcrtort.
vtjilliain and Wasco Chas. Hii
(.twit, Harney and Morrow 0.
Jaoksen Thso. Cameron.
Lane-S. Tl. EaUn, jr., R. M.
Linn-J. J?. Wkatiieiifoud, J.
Marion Edwara Hirich, A. B,
Multnomah J. C. parson, Jo
seph Simpson, Dooala Mackay,
J. K. Wait, P. L. Willis.
rolk E. T. Hatch.
Umatilla W. F. Matlock.
ViuatiUuand Union J. H. Ra-
Union und Wollown J. W. Ner
val. Wasco "George Watkins.
Washington Thomas Tongue.
Yamhill P. P. Gates.
Baker Edwix Hahdy.
Benton C. E. Moore, M. T. Starr.
Clackamas Peter Paquet, E. M.
Ilartman, J. M. Tracy.
Clatsop J. W. Welch, John
Columbia Judson Weed.
Coos J. D. Garfield.
Coos nnd Curry J. M. Sioux.
Crook T. J. STKPIIEN80N.
Douglas J. Vv Blundell, A. W.
Reed, W. II. Leeper.
Gilliam W. J. Mulkey.
(J rant and Harney W. W. Card-
Jackson J. H. Stewaiit, Samuel
Ci kry, Conrad Mlnovs.
Josephine H. B. Millor.
Klamath and Lake A. Snider.
Lane Jasper Wilkins, J. C Jen
nings, E. P. Cols man.
Linn C. J. Shedd, J. F. Henry,
i C. Hansardy.
Malheur Thomas B. Littig.
Marion-T. T. deer, W. H.
Iolmes, J.' A. Baker, Win. Arm
strong, John Minto.
Morrow J. C. Thomas.
Multnomah J. II. Hall, J. B.
Montgomery, C. J. Reed, W. E.
Thomas, P. E. Morey, G. L Story,
II. Mensdorfler, 0. F. Botkin, J.
Polk N. L Butler, Q.W. My
Sherman and Wasco E. 0. Mc-
Cov, C. W. Johnston.
Tillamook and Yamhill W. D.
Umatilla J. S. Richey, J. L.
KlI.LAIN, E. M. Gambee.
Union Chas. Goodnough, J. A.
Wallowa. A. W. Gowan.
Washington J. C. Moot s, S. A.
Durham, W. N. Burrett.
Yamhill S. W. Lanipson, S. A.
Senato Republicans, 21; demo
crats, 7; doubtful, 2.
House Republicans, 39; demo
crnts, 18; doubtful, 2.
Virtue of Apple Sauce.
Probably not one in a thousand
of tho many persons who eat ap
plo suuee with roast goose or roast
pork havo any idea why such a
condiment should be used in these
particular cases. Yet tho custom
is based, if not on exact science,
certainly on a knowledge of the
properties of tho apple, as well as
upon observation. Tho malio acid
of tho apple tends to neutralizo any
excess of chalky matter engendered
by eating too much, and it also
serves to eliminate from the body all
noxious mattors, which if retained,
would make tho brain hoavy and
dull, or lead to jaundice or skin
Apple sauce aids digestion, which,
in tho case of the rich meats with
which it is usually associated,-;
would be sluggish.
, Park Dace is Popular Property .