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Oregon City Enterprise.
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Clackamas Co. Diiociory.
"!erV ' Counts
J W M. i.lrum
II II, .MlltscU
V W , II unison
W. T. Whui.vk
s. a ('lint
- .Mm '.v. S, ..!. :
Aiev Thi'tviM'tt 1
Pi v v iiUi!M '. Porter's
f Chrle Moelmae
Owing bathe breaking of a shaft in
the electric tHiwor house, tho in,-aiiUt-eent
current (or this city and it largo
number of are lights in Portland woe
not running Wednesday night ,
Thomas Spoonor, of Ypsil.mti, Mich,,
has purchased the restaurant ofO. B,
Koe and taken ehaig of (he business
in an enterprising way.. Ho and his
wife and sous will tun a very coav eating
I Daniel Williams nmt familv, formerly1, If vnn anller piicklmr P'ti"- '" m"',',
rvsidonls of thvgon Citv. have rotiiined Ihe eve, or ' 'T i
f ,, , . - , , ., , andllm V UI' ii ii it UVilk HU'I ltlillHl,
I f,vm I lmb,a comity and resumed tltwtr ; JJJ J',',,',;,,,, (tt ,Tt ! v use IV. Mflii'
; residence hero, 'strengthening K.ic s,lv' -A l,'"l"w
j T, C. l.ivesay has gone l Wimdbmn I hov
j wlu.it. In. will haveeliaigo "I ''' idaining I .j,,,,.,,, ,.,, , , complaint in
S mill which hi tuoiliur, D. S. Livesay ! .. h,,, nothing ho'tei-taati
ha iltSl hilt illlOOtlOiatlOll. I I I, llllhellalll's I '"lie, Chololtl IIU'I I'llll'l
h,..Vt Kcilie.lV, VI'K. .VMIC'
Circuit v,nn (vniviKx. firs) Moiul 'S In N.v
mtNr sn.t tiiir.1 M.:u In April.
protaT .souri u sev-.u- first Mou.Uy tu each
i'.-!:i--;!Mii;:i" tv.m uu-ls first WistiieUy
BrVrripa n-n. el e.-e-h month.
j Xliss Ellen ,M. Turner, ( IJuiney,
: III , va visitinj, relatives in this city lint
f- part of tin. week. She led Tuesday
wislnt in liU t.laa.-inith ,v' 1H,,wl,,,r- ,,( IH'Vt'i. i in Um
shot., hits t-ntoiva into tartmrhi with !ul' Nl,,".v 1,11,1 l,'""s,, M"
Xlr, lVrti'r. Hi sivoialty is horw j
ifctun'iiiir and iho nw arrungi'iiioiit will
ion lute r'srKKi'HiKK H ihovo
ral hoa.l of liny lnovs vrhicli
! Xlrs. .1. Howoll, Xtr. T. I'iol.l
Mis. J, Htnyhnni, of Ciuionuh
llt Sillil i
A, him, liiHivm-c emmy, M'iinuivM
lVMIo ilo of it ciiiv.I her of mi !
tluk of .i:iivliori. t'" ' tll'W..w
. cure wnv oi.lmni'V ciiov When re-'
dived i'i water it i leiinit tile,
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Jttiekh'iiN Arnl'il Suite, !
y Willtmhlte l Hilr. Ill U"IHtit
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luvs'i o ini!itsi"tH'r,
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T. W SuUifxii
I. 1. Curler
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Coimeil rsuH'tsflri e,ines'tT oft'neh mvuih
MH etse s.nnt Xinh. S A. M , J .11 f. M.
Mtl tie fMut South. A. U...S P. V
Oreu City to Mi'laila, MUin, Cru mi
Wilhoit. l-iivs m H'f m. Mint'ty. Wnt
lu-xiys Ao,l Kriilsys ami ri'iuru nt lui.0. m.
OH feLiiowtltf days
Orni'ii City to Mink. Clrk, Mtillno. Cnlon
IUUn.i Meadow Hro,'k: leves at 10 it) a. m.
TiieIay, Thursday aud Saturday, and r'turii -( ing & Xl'tlillit CUIllltl)' came down from
' ! the minex this
SPR AY OF THE FALLS. 1X11:
; l e a (wlilahleono all Hroniiil
At the meeting of the committee it- j
jx'inted to ruiM. a stiK-Uly for the hrauch !
rail ay up tint Xtolalla last Friday at,
Mamii.im, oi;iess w as rei-orlcil thi.nh ;
no (lotinate result had hoen naehed,
The next nievtiur will ho at Harlow
The lo; poisoner i reprelieusihly ;
fiirlosa in hi diMributinit of divtored ;
bait. A Aoit of Chief ot l'olieo rtinhiiu,
wlui'h i assessed at $UM, hold of :
some of the h.isoh tftU week and it;
nearly put a vHik1 to bin existetico.
i W. Xlaneturo has, ihst't.ntooii',1 h'Msho't.
i line between Mount A.-el and Wiihuit i s,'i,Sl"1 ,,f ",0 v,ar 1,0 lini1, '''"1'1'I
j Spriuc for the season. Next muson ho i ,0
'will nmko arrani;ement(i with the rail-j Jes.e, the euterpriitiin Harlow
way company so that tickets may lutriold Ceneral uiercliatidiaei, ha a new wdver
Idint'ifrom railway pt.ints to the spi in,! J ,is,'"1,,ul in t,i!l week's Kntkhckikis
which it will pay the people of that sec
tion to road Xlr. Jew has ninnlu
facilities for doing a good hiisinons and
ho nsva them.
I'iie r.'t Sill v
' I" .ilO,
in the world (or CM. 1
I'lii'is, .'nil Khemn, 1
1',-llei-, ChaptM-l lliim!". ;
.res, and nil Mi" "tl" :
Kaft Toitlan I, and had a wry pleasant j
Xlii, tiofs, of tioiuwseo, 111 w ho lias j
been visiting the family of H.J, l.ivor-1
liioie loft for home this week XIrs IV. j
Harrt'tt of H.hl river is now a tiest nt i
Frank XI. Kiuse, of Wi'sonvillo, ii
, upeiiiliiiij two or three weeks with frteliils
in lUyton, Wa.shnijjSoii, for his health. ! I ''V
i Tho dry climate of the upper country at
, and I'.nill.eiy
re Oil red. 1 1 l
i t suUs!.', hull, til
" cents per I""
. uies t II
,r no .Mi v re
I to vho ;
HAMlIiTOX (I AMiKN, Cl.u'kamus ()r(.o((lli
.-to tfivi. ii, mi .'
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(til d.T.-:,., .1, All iH-rs..i havilnt
,lmi (,iilr,Mlp w III I'r","-! (hi'Mi.
'I'd, St lliv "IV in MU.Kinl.il, 'He
NEW STORE ! NEW GOODS
W. W. JICSSli;, Hfuiow, Or.,
lias o'i in i tlin best stm-k of s'lio'ls cvi'i l'iotl.:;hl to Cldckainns (tK
olltsldc ot" t'lci,;..!! CilV l.iKik ttt the lnllottlHv' Mini too if
lln-re is ntivlliiiiK' vt nr in m c. td'.
W. F. Turpi n, of the Hlue River Xlin-
Rose keeps just the ciir you want.
Fresh peanuts hot from the roaster at
week and disp.ved of a
Hamilton & Allen
Turpin left Wednes
day night to return tj the tnides where
he will spend the winter.
The state association of the Congrega
tional church has Ihh'u m session in Al
bany this week, adjourning lust night.
Rev. and Mrs O. XV. Lucas, C. II I've,
Frank Busoli have a fine i atul Xlrs. II. J. I.tvernu-el and XIrs,
W'iu. White wer delegates from tho
Oregon Citv church in attendance.
V. II. Iturrage, s prominent civil
engineer of this coast, was i' the city
The Ravenswood Baptist church at
Logan w ill be dedicated Otober U.
Xlr. and XIrs
young son, born last week.
A bouncing son was born to Xlr. and
Mrs. W. E. Hart last week.
Clear your throat by using Crows
XVafers, for sale by Charman A Co
At Rose's counter in the post office
building you will find the freshest candy
this week. He Was formerly engaged in
making important sur.-oys thrutigh this
country for Henry Yillaid, but latterly
he has been in southern Oregon. Just
at present his home is in Portland.
Xlr. and XIrs. A. Bird and Adam Lam-
! metlee, of South Bend, Ind., ar visiting
relatives in this city. At present tliey
are guests of XIrs. XI. Itiinuiler, at I'aik
The Oregon City Transportation ! ''I' l-,t'' r limi, phased with
company is making sundrv improve- i tM e..u:vtry and are especially delighted
ments about its dock. The wharf is I wlll ,tollt Ushin on the Clackamas
being extended six feet farther to tho i where they caught 300 of the siwkle.1
west and the ground to the westward of j duties on one expedition.
the warehouse is being covered with
,n tt.!hhtU Hi.tliltii lr,-m 1'iU i 0,'
M M hi it'll. A lmitiiitsi'r.
It.l.d, Ni;ln.i:ii,i.'. o.i ) Is'il
H l', Ji'SIN-i'lS", AOi rlny
Dry Coods v l',","," '".'' h.id.ttmi
to regular Mock, a lino liuool .nlii''
- - - ' iioss tiikuls, of the latest styles, heal
. S W.dker. F, XI. 1'iikes, j oualilv, at reamniitl'le ptiees.
tlomon and ladies.
Mllllnory Coodt-1"" ?!. in
Hal and llonnoU, Uilihotia, Tniii
Hats nnd Cap-'"'"i'l",
inent in latent stvlos (or men and
Great Reduction BootV and shoos-
, j this line. Kvery ) an I stylo do-
mantled hy the trade.
Walker & Dukes.
Sik'ii iiii'l Ornamental paiutiiit,'.
Wtuxl wink guarantee, I,
suor on rirrii, mih c. n. t. A t., sr tin (c
Attention is invited to a new adver
tisement of the Oregon City Shoe store
in this paper.
plank so as to give more room and make
it more convenient to handle freight.
The incondescenl lights that formerly
glimmered in pairs on the suspension
Robhins iv Son, of Molalla, are pre j IriJlEB have bwn rvplace.1 by lamps of
paring for a brisk fail trade at tlll.ir neater power and distributed along the
establishment. ! wl,ole lt,n-',h ot structure so as to
j light the entire roadwav. This is an
The new book store has a new a!retfttble change for the people who
announcement in tne aavert.smg col- lmve .011 to enws the river at night.
urns this week.
The best hue of cigars at Charn.an &
Co. "Genuine Kstrella" only 10c al
Charman & Co. citv dniki store.
The Western Union Telegragh com p i
any has been electing new poles for its j
wires in this city during the week. !
The annual congress of the secular
union w ill be held in Arion hall Portland j
next Saturday, Sunday and Xlonday.
The new drug store of A. L. Cornwall,
at Xlolalla is a convience that is appre
ciated by the people of that section.
Hamilton & Allen, of Clackams have
a price list in our advertising columns
this week that it w ill pay you to read.
Red Seal Flour bakes better, whiter,
sweeter and more bread than any other.
For sale by E. E. Williams, the grocer.
R. S. Bellouty and Frank Busrh have I
formed a partnership in the furniture
and secund-han 1 business. Xlr. llelloiuv j
has been alone in the business hereto- :
fore. Xlr. Butch has been manager for !
the Empire .Manufacturing company at ;
Gladstone and is entirely familiar with i
furniture manufacturing so he will add j
strength to the linn. j
luii: uf Mr. Mller.
Wu.sonvu.i., Or., Sept. lit). Mr, F,
Xliley died on the I'tith.inst. at the home
of his daughter, XIrs, Kate Stoaiuheach,
; aged seventy-nine years, eleven months
j and twenty-live days.
1 Xlr. Xlih'V has been a resident of this
1 place many years and ho was well known !
and respected. An leaves live sons and j
I two daughters to mourn their loss. Four j
f of them reside 111 thu eastern states, ttiei
rest aru here.
S2.5Q IPFJR DOZEN
T lx w aito's
IB? Klrst Strrrt, Mrt. ,VurrWn and Yamhill. '
ClOthinu - AH wool, priiv. aiKi,j,
tU to suit. For men an t hoi.
CroCOrlei-AU lrh and iiuit;,
in ipialily. Full slock of ciitLBlt
iih-ii's Imila, Hull ler' ni;. y,
l.,w,Uari. Nallit, Holla ami ttr
thing watlled In ltd line, Ail 6
leading brands In Cutlsry,
TlnwnrO, Wlasawaro ami t
Chwks, Patent ,Mi'dieim, s,,,
aud Aivoiiut IWk", Notioin, 1
batvoand Cltiais, nnd lull im
j f rThe itlsivp is but mere outline if what I carry in tock, f;
'sales ami stnull profits is my rule, I am nftcr your tra.le, an. I wilUf
i ttch imhicciiieiits as will (jet it.
f4o VIore Wet pet!
Ml MOIIE I'SK FOIl i:i!illli:i!S.
flight'st price paid for
by Burney oi Iiraper.
MASON WliSTOX, 'iu.
Hot Meals at all Hours
Lunches also served A full line of
('tears, Cttiitlit's, Nuts
j iiutl Caniit'il I'riiits.
I liive nsti trial mid remember tho plae
i at lllw'ti A I, uw' old stand.
AMI 01' IK I AN,
We have imw 011 hand a couipleto linn of Children's, Youths', it. ' u. I
Misws' 'ino Call 1'niiiied SUw that guarantee in rmry particular, TV
shin's are ma le very neat and are -r(evl fillers The chit Iron's and u. .-' aw I
spring heel, the Vdii'Iik' and buv' in heel Children call wear tl i-e !, I
U'lbbers, and et have
, !ir. , '',,!l!.
-1.., i-sv ,. W y a:i, sil
"( W ali he
Feet, The(, h"es ato Otltif o!v (Hit III tho regular line of
buy these shues for oitr rhildreii, and ave .hs-tur hil!,
ii'lml slo c. I'iiwll
Www ill have, III
Remember our cigars are all thorough
ly seasoned as we have an improved
ventilated Edison cigar case. Charman
For 25 cents you can make your hens
lay by buying a package of Egg Food.
For sale bv Charman &Co., City Drug
A statuary entertainment, consisting!
of tuhleux representing Bartholdi. j
Justice, IIarmony, XInsic, Astronomy, !
The Soldier's Dream, The Three Graces,
A Glimpse of Fairyland, eic, will be j
given at the Baptist church Thursday, I
Oct. 8 After the entertainment a
Butterfly tea will be given. An ad m is-j
sion of twenty-five cents will be charged !
at the door which includes refreshments J
The Butte Creek Grange association !
is one of the flourishing business insti"!
! tutions of the county. Its store located
Humphrey A Tremhath have re
ojs'iied their fish market on .Main;
street next door to Nobhtt's stables and !
receive all kinds of fresh and salt water 1
tish. Prices reasonable. If
The Park Place store is the place to i
trade. Helore laying in your Fall and I
Winter supplies call on Hamilton A '
Washburn and see their immense stuck I
of goods. j
To make a cjntnict with men and two
teams to take slab wood from one mill.
Good sala and steady supply.
11. E. Ckoss, Xlgr.
Johnson Tho Joweler,
ASH I'l'll' IAS,
()i(ilp ( liarnutii Urns. Muck,
11 an o
ten days, n lull lino of the lvt shoos in hvluV um In button
OREGON CITY SHOE HOUSE,
HnU IllnrU, Orrgon i Orrfion,
i'lH'.l lli 1
'try Hn HiUi
Fltie lU'i'Dir'tu' itii'l Ktujnt vtiii? it i
All Wtirk (ttmrrttitc'l.
John Ferguson and Xliss Thomas of
Wilhoit were married by Justice Fonts
at the residence of Sheriff Samson last
The county commissioners meet at the
court Iiousm next Wednesday when the
usual grist of county business will be
C. B. Rose has opened a stock of
Irnits, nuts, candies, smokers' supplies,
etc., in the post ofllce building. He has
a good location for handling a brisk
The county board of equalization
in session at the court honse this week
and will probably finish their work Sat
urday. No important changes have been
made in the valuations.
Between fifty and a hundred tons of
rock that bung threatengly on the brink
of the bluff south of the railway station
were dislodged and taken away this
week by the railway company.
The change in the by-laws of the
board of trade adopted at the last meet
ing makes the date of the regular meet
ing of that body the second Friday in
Lnther Benson, the popular temper
ance lecturer, will deliver three lectures
in Pope's hall. He will speak next Sun
day at 3 p. m. and 8 p. m., and on Mon
day evening. The crowds that flock to
here him would fill a room of thrice the
capacity of this hall. On Sunday Mr.
Benson will speak to men only. Col.
Bain says he is one of the most thrilling
jilatform orators in the United States.
A Lover's Kesurt.
at XIar.juuin is large and well filled with ) All lovers of fine candies, nuts, cigars,
everything required by the farmers and ! can got what they want at Hose's eu.iu
it handles a large amount of farm pro-! lT the postotliee .'.uilding.
n A. HARDING
duce. P. J. Ridings is the efficient
manager of the business and he is
assisted by J. E. Jack. The association
has a new advertisement in another
Local Personal Notes.
S. A. Lane, of Clarks, called at Tim
Enteki-kisk office Xlonday.
Mr. R. Smith and family of East
Portland, were in town Sunday visiting
Mrs Belle McBride Palmer, of Wash
n'ton, D. C, is visiting the family of
Hon. T. A. McBride
FredD. Bruce has been confined to
his bed two weeks with malarial fever
but is now improving.
E. R. Hughes has returned from Spo
kane and will spend the winter with his
mother in Oregon City.
Dr. E. H. Ingrahaiii, Henry Epperson,
and Mr Xlyers, of Sandy, were in the
city the first of the week.
Louis Sdhwabacher, of San Francisco,
one of tiie owners of the Crown Paper
mill is in the city 0.1 business this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charman, Mr. Log us
and the Misses Charman and Logus will
return from their California trip next
Mrs. Matt Brown, of Vancouver,
Washington, spent last Sunday with her
daughter, Mrs. M. E. Johnson, in this
J. D. Ritter, the Needy butcher and
meat packer was in town last week
and left an order for stationery with Tim
Julius Levy, formerly a resident of
Oregon City, but now located in eastern
Oregon, was among the visitors in the
city this week.
To Hie Public.
Dr. L. White, the dentist, will hero
after be in his oliice in Oregon City from
loth to ttie Jlst in each month. " If
Tu Tile Portland Fair.
The Str. Allona will leave Oregon Citv
Saturday night at H:30 stopping u"t
Xleldruins, Kisieys, Moreys and Oswe
go. Hemming leave rortluml at ll:,'il)
p. 111. Round trip 50 cents.
A pretty, attractive and well finished
house, eight rooms, hard finished,
sightly location, near school and post
otliee. Rent $11 per month.
Apply to Hamilton & WAsitnomiN,
County Treasurer's Notice.
I have now in my hands funds appli
cable to the payment of all warrants en
dorsed prior to Dec. 7, 1HHU.
Diterest will cease from date of this
notice. S. B. Calm,
Oregon City, Sept. 25, 1891.
NtiNK tlt'T i
j COMPETENT PHAHMACISTS EMPLOYED '
j Flos Wmm and Toilet Articles, j
j Also a full DiiH-k of j
ir'A.J.JN Tfc3- OILS, KTC. j
The Best Place .in the City
Keeps furniture tiuu'.o only Irom kiln dr
a short tune he mill (,l,r
d liiinl or, which is wanaiiti"!. f'!
10 M Y-
Woven W ire, lop ami !,,x Mattresses of nil kinds and sires. Chairs, LcW
Windvw Shades, Lie,, the best assortment in the cily at price low an til!"'
A Wiseman's Ailrlce.
Wisdom cries aloup and says, "How
long, oh ye sons of toil, will ve neglect to
visit the Second-hand and Notion store
where you can get more good 4 for a dol
lar than anywhere else in town?" Pins,
2 papers, 5c. ; needles. 2 papers, 5c. ;
spoons, per set, 5c. ; 10 quart dish panp,
20. Opposite postoflice.
A California Home.
At a bargain one of the best located
fruit farms in Placer county, Californiaof
40 aeres. Trees just commencing to
bear, all standard varieties. One mile
from railroad shipping point. Good
soil and pure water. Good buildings,
and is one of the most desirable homes
in the Sacroniento valley, a tine view of
which can be had from the house.
Terms on application to Tiiaykr &
Aides, Oregon City, Oregon. ft
Nnit Drrnr to Mvcrmore'i Hotel.
ICE COLD SODA WATER ADD FBESH FMT
Till! I lAlvHT 1-NIHI;.
BOXES OF ANY SIZES MANUFACTURED
Parties desiring Wood Turning, Pat
terns, Brackets, or
Shop Carpenter's Work
XVill be Suited by Calling on Me.
Doors, Windows and Blinds
Or. H. BESTOW,
CflTOpp. the Congregational Church
Undertaker & Embalmer.
CiOODS CUKAr AT
H a i 1 111 1 11. 9 S
CASH KACKKT STORE,
The best place to buy Goods the cheapest, -
:hanJo f!r(!()()I)H U'W "1,lrkot ,,ri f"r rR0DUCK "
CLOSINC SALE OF SUPIMER COODS.
Ar CAS,I - 1 room