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Oregon City Enterprise.!
MESKUVE A LAWKKXCK,
I't 111 ISHKKS ANl rROI'RIKTWKS.
Stii'MTiiMioiis HyaHl in Advnneo
Attvrrtistnii mtos jiivtM. on HplicAtton.
Pnniel 0'(mnll. H was horn of n ns- j Mlbftwtioti tlielr csoti' Int'nr mul tukti
tomtic family in lrvUuJ In ISl", His ; fhh liiwt for llioviiiiit ycitrs, Iltilirtl
mother was a dtwKhtpr of old Admiral i till work Imd ivmillcd in liiiturv, ft It sunn.
IAibliwHeci Kvcry Friday. Stcnart wlunvimuamW. the 1'iiitod duties , times dm tliroiititi no fault of tlie l.irmir,
;trtjt "Umstiiutum timing tli w rajWtiM rnwidriit Jordan point to an In.
tti Tltt'son was well -situated, and lit j eraid waste of tint to atwtmt for ill
j inherited roniforttiMt- csntte, Hi i'isllto j Idli'iiena dtwa no man nnyjjiMid, Waste
; i'anr iHjsait with Itisolivtionto parlianunit ; of tinto, vslo of mucliinry through In.
j in ISTti, and for the ptist ten yenrs lie lias j nttt'ntion lo tln'oatf of it, or nnyothttr .ttt
hem not only tlie iti-know Lulled Iciiiterofi isadeul loisthttt tluiliidiiMiiii.isaiid careful
j the Home rule party, lutt he has nhiirod in Under for. lint so long its humanity shall
considerable monre with Mr tiladstotie lw what it is there will lie tiintentl andslov.
J J ! tlie leadership of the KnKliMiUrls. I only individuals in every culling, and pitr
m Still Parnrll was not a great man. He j haps whole immnmiitie may I similarly
j had extraordinary ability m cvrhnn lines; t liai'itctcrined. I'ntil iwnily the iwiclil-
j Ii was a. live, persistent and virulent; lie ' ttirists have Kvn slnnuliirlj free of the spe-
had fair judgment and a limited amount t oies of non-prdnoers that stmt up and
of tavl. He was devoted to the cause of. down the land shouting calamity and worse
Ireland, hut as determined that the means ; than waiting their own time anil that of
he ottered were the only means ol relief for j other people. Hut these extremes must he
the woes of the Irish. That pcreuiiiully expected. I'imiu a condition of lethargy in
quarrelling people had an aide friend in j social ami political matters the farmers
rarnell, and it seemed that its demands j swing to the other extreme of ohnoxions
were almost ready to oe granted when the activity and presume to teach the hanker
brilliant leader fell through a moral h.pse j finance and the lawyer law. Many fanners
At this lime I who consider themselves perfectly eon lie-
AtiKXTS FOR TI1K KXTEtU'KISK.
W. S Runisn
U J. rrnllnitier
K. S lirsmliiH
K A, Wrltllt
H, 0. Lewis
W S. Nea l-rry
Hamilton A Washburn
I' in by,
NEWS FROM BARLOW
sommn vxmw iuimyu
1 11'IU.S IX TOWN.
( onlrilcl Awarded fur Macuiliiiiilrliitf lr
tin Sift et - -Over Twit Hundred IVu
pie tit lite Marlon Sale,
J Q. timte. ; his
J. H. Joy nor i
C. T Howard
A. 1. Cornwall j have done
K. M. usrtiusu
; ! of
leath oWs more
Ireland than his
to promote the cause j
living could possihly j
The Portland Exposition.
The industrial exposition that is drawing
to a close in Portland has heeii greatly U'lt
elirial to the whole Northwest. So far as
can I judged it has been a complete suc
cess. It is not designed to be a money
making institution, and its object is accom
plished even if the financial statement
should not show a large surplus. Thous
ands of people went thereto observe what
stens had been taken in industrial progress
in this new country, and many sought to
make a comparison between the exhibits of
this year and those of the previous annual
expositions. Of course many patrons of
this industrial fair were merely there for
amusement or tor idle sight-seeing, but to j
tnose wno have more serious business in
life the fair was a means of education that
was not lost
It is safe to say that every one of the nu
merous visitors from Clackamas county re
gretted that there was no representative ex
hibit of the product and industries of this
county in the exposition. One of the rich
est counties of the state in natural product,
second only to Multnomah in its manufao
turvs, Clackamas showed absolutely noth
ing that would lead the home-seeker or
ruamifacturerorcapitalist to investigate the
tueriU of this locality. The information
about this county that even the moderately
informed traveller should possess conld not
be obtained in the greatest industrial fairon
the Pacific slop held not a dozen miles
It is to be hoped that no such opportunity
shall pass unimproved hereafter. If we do
not take pride in our own affairs, in our
own town and county, we can scarcely ex
pect others to become enthusiastic in our
behalf. We must make our county and its
products worthy to be proud of and then
challenge the admiration of others.
tent to tormulale the Itnancial policy of the
government will harshly criticise a college
president for attempting to diagnose their
. case. Herein more than in professional 11
Sic Transit tiloria Baviims. j IT l,M tUf thv iUnf
! l or a lime he follows the plow so sedu
The council of Oregon City rose in its I km.w iU. i. ll(,, .,. kliw ,..1.... ,,.
I world is doing. Then he looks up am) Is
I startled Uvanse his companions in indns
i try hav e progressed and he begins searching
! lor the cause of his own non-progression.
The remedy does not lie In upsetting exist
ing conditions and institution so much as
! in keeping constantly abreast of the times
strainingcattle, hope, swineetc, from run-; ,,.. ,.,( js,ff, Upon .piestions of gov
uing at large in the city has leen before the j .,., intelligently as they arise,
succeeding city councils, but there was: '
never before a stithViently strong public sen- j
ment brought to le.ir to obtain the passage : Now that the cow Ml is about to lie abated
of the retpiired ordinance. To keep cows ; would il not be a good plan ahem to
off the public streets was the chief object, j subdue the church hells Just a little. Nearly
and with the related failures to enact re- j every night, and a large irtiou of every
straining laws those beasts acquired a ; Sunday, when most people like quietude,
' might Tuesday night and decreed that big-
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enade the streets ot this city except when
properly chaperoned. Whether this action
was aimed at the calves that oftentimes loaf
on the street corners does not appear.
For half a docn years the matter of re-
shaineiess, braen insolence that fitting
them admirably to ) most unmitigated
ward bossti)e. It w as nie-t that these pro
clivities should be checked Iwfore the
danger of precipitating civil war should le
come too imminent.
The vote upon reconsideration seven in
favor to one against- indicated that a pretty
strong pressure had been brought to bear
upon the councilmen since the meeting last
week when the ordinance was defeated bv
these tetls gii dinging ami clanging in a
most annoying fashion. If the Mis were
deep-toned ami were tolled mitli dignity
they would not be such a severe trial to the
nerves, but the way the present sharp
toned instrument of torture are twitched
does not tend to promote a christian spirit in
those w ho are within range of their sound.
The persistence with which the Mis are
rung much more than coiuefiates for their
lack of sine and tone. The Mis of the city
The Xaften Campaign.
Politics are warming up considerably in
the East. The state election to occur next
month will be more than usually signifi
cant. The chief interest is in the states of
New York, Ohio and Iowa. The contest for
the governorship of Sew York always holds
more or less that is of national import, but
just now it is interesting because of the sus
picion that New York will no longer be a
pivotal state in national campaigns by rea
son of the growth of the West, and people
incurious to see how she drops from her
position of mighty influence.
In Ohio the campaign appears to be along
the line of national issues, as it was fore
seen it would be when Major McKinley was
nominated. Honest money and a protect
ive tariff is the republican war cry. and the
democrats of course oppose them both.
Both lead deeply into the dismal science of
political economy, and it is difficult to make
the people at large understand such ques
tions. They are too prone to accept catch
phrases and bits of epigrammatic rhetoric
in lieu of sense and logic. Still the cam
paign is prosecuted with vigor and the prob
abilities seem all in favor of republican suc
cess in Ohio.
The issue in Iowa is upon the enforcement
of the laws. Incidentally the prohibition
question is affected, bat the contest is really
to determine whether laws on the statute
books shall he enforced or not. Governor
Boies has admittedly permitted the infrac
tion or evasion of the Iowa liquor law be
cause in his opinion it was odious. Now he
stands as a candidate in favor of the repeal
of the prohibition amendment to the con
stitution on the ground that the laws made
under it cannot be enforced. The republi
cans meet the issue squarely by citing the
weakness of the present democratic gov
ernor as the direct cause of the unsatisfac
tory operation ot the liquor laws and pro
pose to elect a man who will give the laws a
chance to prove whether they are odious or
not. Iowa may be reckoned on to go republican.
a tie vote. Progressive citizens had become ; engl" houses are of the same claas. If
Britain's Keeent Dead,
Two men prominent in British politics
died last week William Henry Smith, first
lord of the treasury, who died on the fith,
and Charles Stewart Paruell, who died on
the 7th. Mr. (smith was the government
leader in the house of commons. He de
feated John rituart Mill in 18H8, and repre
sented Westminster in the commons from
that time till bis death. He was a man of
much influence' in British politics. He was
financial secretary of the treasury in 187-1,
and three years later was promoted to be
firpt lord of the admiralty. The liberals
succeeded to iower in 18H0, but upon the
return of the conservatives live years later
Mr. .Smith was made secretary of state for
war, and upon the resignation of Wd
Churchill and the reconstruction of the
ministry lie became first lord of the treas
ury. He was about to be rsi- . o ine peer
age when he died at the age n'
hither J. li- liuilotir, menmero, paramfcid
for Kast Manchester and chief eeittai;, lor
'Ireland, orOeorgc J. Ooschen, ol -nicjli r
of the exchequer, will succeed Mr. Smith in
the leadership of the house of commons.
very tired of sacrificing to the backward
spirit the beauty of streets and lawns, not
to seak of the outrages on property
wrought by skilled ami breachy cattle. The
farmer who brought produce to market and
the grocer who displayed his wares at his
door, as well as the homes and gardens of
the average citizen, were laid under tribute
to the marauding cow. We venture the pre
diction that there will be no fewer cows kept
by poor people on account of thisordinance.
A few cents a week will pay for banding
cattle together in charge of a cow herd who
will tak better care of the animal than
they can take care of themselves in the
street of the city.
Yes, the cow must move on. They hare
been having a good time, and the citizens
whose sense of safety, order and neatness
has been outraged have been patient lest
hardship might possibly result to those un
able to stand loss. A more auspicious time
than the present for enacting this measure
could not be chosen. It will not be long be
fore the mellow horn of the cowherd shall
be heard in the land, and the
Ko-llni, ko-lang, kollngle-Untle
of the cow bell will be heard morning and
night as the kir.e are driven to apd from
pasture, and not in the front lawn or cellar.
So passes the glory of the cow beast
they must be rung ring them with modera
Agricultural Depression and Waste of Time.
President Jordan of the new Leland Stan
ford, Jr. university contributes an article to
the October Forum under the caption "Ag
ricultural Depression and Waste of Time."
It is in many resiects an able and suggest
ive paper on a fruitful topic. As may be in
ferred from the wording of his subject the
learned educator premises that the waste of
time by the agriculturists has brought about
the depression that marks their vocation.
He cites an instance within his experience
while traveling through Indiana In illustra
tion of what he means by waste of time.
The train stopped at the flag station of Clo
verdale, and here is what be saw:
A commercial traveler, dealing In groceries
and tobacco, got off; a crate of liv chickens
was put on. and the cars started again. The
topping of a train was no rare sight lu that
vll age, for It happens two or three timet every
day. The people had no welcome for the com
mercial traveler, no tears were shed over the
departure of the chickens; yet on the station
tepi I counted forty men and boys who were
there when the train pulled la farm boys, who
ought to have been at work In the fields; village
boys, who might have been doing something
somewhere, every interest of economics and
aesthetics alike calling them away from the
village, and off to the farms. Two men attended
lo all the business of the station. The solitary
pasenger went his own way. The rest were
there because they bad not the moral strength
to go anywhere else. There they stood, on the
station steps, embodied ghosts, dead to all life
and hope, with only force enough to stand
around and gape,
There are many good people who will not
admit that President Jordan has taken a rep
resentative instance on which to base his
argument. The picture of indolence he has
drawn does not properly apply to farmers
as distinguished from every other hand of
toilers. There is not unother industry in
which instances of similar idling cannot be
observed and the conclusion, if it be true,
must apply to ail with equal force. In this
view of the case, even if it be the fashion
for farmers to loaf around railway stations
during the busy season on the Wabash, the
circumstance does not. by any means prove
that the special depression in agricultural
pursuits is due to it. Other people than
farmers loaf sometimes, and nono labor
more assiduously us a class than do the til-
xty-seven. j Icrs of the soil.
The raising of crops cannot he accom
plished without hard manual work, and the .
l.iij'C piles of figures 'Irit tell un of the vol
ume of products from the farms mean that
somebody has toiled carefully, patiently,
constantly to bring those crops to maturity.
It is gratifying that there i a disposition
in the city council to hasten the building
of a sewerage system in this city. The sea
son is approaching when it will be abso
lutely essential to have good drainage in
order that the ordinary advantages of a civ
ilized community may be enjoyed in the
lower part of town. To have the street
and alleys reeking with tilth argue a very
low appreciation of common cleanliness.
The expense of a sewerage system will be
but a tithe of the expense which other towns
the size of Oregon City have to bear fortius
purpose. Of course this i no reason for the
squandering of money on the enterorise,
but it should be permit.! to weigh as to the
present expediency of the improvement.
Oregon City cannot aflord longer to wallow
Governor Cam mull, of Ohio, appears to
be somewhat worried by the campaign now
on. He has commenced two htwl suits
against the Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette
each for $100,0110. Curiously enough, on the
very date that the latter of these suits was
filed the paier changed hands and politics,
and it is now a democratic sheet. The gov
ernor can hardly afford to quarrel with good
and true democrats at this stage of the can
In the haste of getting up a report ol the
council meeting on publication day last
week two or three errors crept into the mat
ter. The price of the pump offered by Mr.
Sullivan should have been $1(175 instead
of$Mt!75. In the list of bills allowed Mr.
Williams appeared as "treasurer." It
should have been "insurance."
A CHtrzeo banking house bid $61,000
more than the face of the bonds for $.'500,000
of the Portland free bridge bonds. The
Northwest metropolis appears to have a
pretty good reputation for financial stability-
Tux Cocbikk came out last week en
larged by the addition ol a column to each
of its pages and carrying considerably more
news matter than formerly. It bears the
marks of posperity.
From September's misty grins,
Growing on the furrowed ground,
Comes thechesrr cricket sound:
While from twitted browning tree
And the warm and dusty winds,
Turning white the roadside weeds,
Whirl the leaves and thlstlo seeds.
From the mellow haay air
Ulue jays call.
O'er the meadow's altermath,
By the August rains made green,
Harvest spider webs ar seen,
Showing wet, like fresh drawn net
Spread to dry.
Threading from the summer's wool,
Oolden-rod September weaves,
Hlndlng In with crumpled leaves.
Sparrows trailing flight from trees
Through the sky.
Butterflies with snowy wings,
Klslng from the asters white,
Look like petals in their flight,
Or as souls of summer flowers
Ladles' Home Joiirm I.
The death of Parnell removes the Moat
conspicuous figure in the Irish cause since ' This year American farmers may view with
Washington Post: Already there is a sat
isfactory telephone service between London
and Paris, twenty-one miles of which is by
means of a cable at the bottom of the
sea. It cannot be supposed thut this is the
limit of what may be accomplished, (ex
periments will reveal new possibilities, am
the end will probably be that on some fu
ture and perhaps not far disfunt day a mer
chant in New York will he able to tele
phone to his London agent,
Wilt, lU n,i at OscK. Mr, Unci. A.
Shepparii rvprtwoutmn San Fninsisco
paitios, win in town last week and piu
chaseil ont a civ ill I'tillow's I'ltat mlill
tion ami will eoiiiim'ticK llio erection of
a modern cotl ago at once, In couveisa
tioti with Mr. viioppiird, liosakl: Now
that I liavw bought ami concluded to
luiild, you may look for qilito a few com
mercial liicil to do likewise What I
inlnml toilo is to have oilier conuiicivial
traveling friends of mine hiivnml locale
j their famlios at Harlow, whic'.i will be
as handy for us as if living in I'oitlaml'H
(suburbs. Our business is on the road
traveling, and t hero a to timet when wo
ate away for weeks, ami why not have
a homo in some healthful and conven
ient location hero you can reach your
family as eaaly as you cn in Portland,
1 will improve llio prvirtv and luaku it
so inviting that any family cannot help
but bo welt pleased,
On Si'kciai. Thais Mr U, Koohler,
general manager ami Mr. 'itindoil,
roadmastor ol th Southern Pacific came
upon their special cur hist Monday morn
ing iitnl stopH,l at thiMlcmt where they
were mot by Win Harlow and other cit
izen and were shown around the town.
They took in the situation at a glume
an I saw at once that the improvement ',
f tlmt won tiiadti were substantial. There
J was a marked increase in railway !msi
ii ess from this pUco in the past six
! months and the conclusion w reached
I that in order to keep up with the timet
jam) iiifrtat'l tnisine. it would lie nec
essary to build a new depot , Two build
mg sile were shown llieni, hut in order
to get the proper location tlnvy deferred il
until their engineer couhl come up ami
locate the building.
Fakmkhs I.ou.kh with Maciunkry
On last Saturday the auction sale of farm
machinery and implement was largely
attended. About two liumlred and fifty
HHpo wore present, but the bidding was
not at nil lively and the consequence
was that the sale wa ordered stopped
Article amounting to some three bun
dreu dollar were bid off at extremely
low prices which waa evidence that the
farmer were all well supplied. The re
maining lot of machinery anil imple
ments are now stored in Win, Barlow'
implement house ami tlione in want of
anything of the kind can do well to call
upon the gentlemen. Very low price
will be given and lung time.
Always Admikkd Tin Puc -Mr. R.
B. Conover the proprietor and publisher
of the Dayton Herald, came In on Mon
day evening' train and put up at The
Koehler. To your correspondent lie
said : I have heard and read much
about Harlow for the past few month.
I have passed through on the train many
time and always admired it beauty,
and I am surprised to see the many ub
atanial building in all direction,
which show conclusively to mo that it
ha a country to back it.
Fix Lot or Fbi-it Mr. John Sim i
shipping daily to I'ortand a fine a lot
of apple as ever grew. The varintie
being fthipixnl are permano, Baldwin,
pippin, piunberg. bflllflower and ru
iett. The apple grown In thi vicinity
cannot be excelled in size or flavor.
There were no peats or worm thi year
to damage the fruit.
M. K. CiU'Hcif Hkhtic. Rev. Mat
thew, of Canby, delivered a sermon In
Zeek'a hall last Sunday to a large con
gregation. There seem to be an In
crease in the congregation and we hope
that the good work will continue. There
will be services at the hall two week
from that date.
MANurACTumNo Inducemknts. Bar
low A Co. offer inducement In the way
of water power or tubsidy to any man
ufacturing Industrie. Tney can furnish
250 hore power at extreme low water
and those looking for locations would tlo
well to call tioon them.
Blackhmitii Bt.'HINKHS (iOOD Our
enterprising blacksmith Mr. John Keuk
reports business in his line good. He
now has a helper in his shop and the
clatter of the hammer can now be heard
at all times of the day.
Have Comb to Ktay M. (,'olwell, the
station foreman and family and limn
have moved to Harlow from Cunby utul
now havo comfortable homos and all the
convonioncofl of lifo.
Mr. Jacob Hurless, of Molnlla, has
several teams huiiling in grain.
Mr. John Mel. rath left Thursday for
his chum on handy, to ho gono u couplo
County Surveyor Hidnoy Hniyth cnino
up Monday and looked over the Oukley
W. W. If. SatnHon, sheriff of Clackamas
county was registered at The Koehler
Wui. Ilciidcrshot, a Htittuvillo hop
grower, was in town lust Baturduy ami
registered at The Koehler.
J. II. Wail, roiulnittster of the Kouthorn
Pacific railway, was in town ono day
this week looking after his property.
Wm Loveridge, a large hay grower, of
Molnlla, was in town this week, and ar
ranged with W. W. Irwin for storage in
0. E. A. FREYTAG,
Best and Cheapest Groce
Fancy and Staph) Groceries in Groat Variety
Vegotablos, Fruit ana icon.
GARDEN SEEDS IN BULK,
Thirteenth nnd Main, OSIECON CITY.
BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.
lloth fit r m mill town ironrly i Knnnl to tilv,uici in prior, until:
iiuiii with small mean will timl il next lo tniaiMtit.ilti'to buy
it luniitt for liiiiwoll'. Trioc nru low itw, ami
m AYi;it is. Aum
orttt give vnti priors not lo !' h!tl of any othr Kml rtttt firm. H
choice Farm l.amls in lri;o mnl nmll trtu-U, on in-v ionns. AW;
sinil-lo Town mnl Sulitirhan pru-ity.
us n oitli.
t'orr'spMnK'tn' solicited". (;
OFl'H K, OITOStTK COUSI.K KKOM OU'KT IIOI'SE,
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
Bills -tel-Grip -teiEil
P. J. RIDINGS, Manager,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware.
KAHM XAf lllNKKY, I LOTIUNU, NOTIONS, AND
Everything Required for the Country Trade.
FARM PRODUCE BOUCHT AND SOLD.
fVYotir tra.lt milintml, mid our prliv will bo fmnl m luw m hi
tilve ua ft triil.
Practical ArchUecti .j- HuHJert.
Will nrantr l!n. lxratlnni. vntklna A.
Ulli,lU.l .'ll!.-ll..l Inr.ll kllliU lit lilllUI-
Iiiki BmwUl tlr'itlnn Ivd la tnutorn r.K
hum. KitiniKiM. lurnlaUM on ii-ik-imh
i.bii on or auurm.
Willi It HUllH
Ornun Clif, om
H. A. VORPAHL,
Uarrl IllarkamllliUf mm !
i Wfo and BnKt7 Work a ttWu
HorwitiuwitiK in f)rt rlu muutw.
l'nby, - . . 0nf.K
il I. hem
Drayage & Expressing
Freight ml jrce' delivered l
prta of tlie city,
GREAT REDUCTION IN
tlio old enUhlLlint .ml rnlUbln
Cabinet rii.orrn-li,t'J prriloi.
Dr. C. P. Sullivair
Tlie only DRUGGIST between Portland and
Cnrrltn a full lino
llltllOH, MKlm.'INKH, TOII.KT Altrll l.KH, N0
TlftNN AND IMNKNAM. (MMIDM,
I'ltKHCIIII'TloNH tlAIIKI'DM.y tlO'il'OUNIIiil)
ELY & HARRINGTON,
Store Iwatod at Mountain View,
Molnlla road, ono mile Houlh'
CftHt of Orison I'ily.
Wt) (llllll in Vlr.tii f' St.... I
i...-(-ri,. of ll kin.lM, I',Ih Kl.r "4l
"iiiIh' I'm i-rwi'iir i.m.I ,.ii
(-'IntliiiiK mnl limmiroiiH nl,l.r ,irlil.i( ,'H
i'iUl.l.i ri)rtll.,,lilHof tlmlur (l ,
U family ;. l.y prompt ami fuir .!..
wo hopo to nivoiii futiim, jM
wrolHlmrouf putrimiw, "
IW- Jim lilKlumt. market t.rico naiil
(or ISuttor, Kkh anil I'owIh. 1
September 11, 180.
llorvnbflD a KprrUllj.
Kpiilrltiit of nil kliirfa pr-)tnitlr dot j
. iMMiiiiiiii prtret,
W. S. MAPLE.
In rimmf I'o'i hurdwiirtttat..
Ofiviry cWrlitIm on thurt notice
H0RSE SH0EIN3 i SPECIALTf
nnwcuiTu tun i nriCMihH
uwnunii 111 MI1U fc.UWIW"""'
Oregon City, Oregon.
lli'imlr. on nil kind of miiull t""1'
promptly tumlo. Duolli iitu key"
miv lock liimnifiu'tlircil, Hliol'ln
Wincsct A Ni rlptuni'l IdiW'k
F. II. RAY,
I KM lllill W JlUIiMni-"'"
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