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Oreogn City Enterprise.
FK1DAY, OCTOHKK 80, 1801
Clackamas Co. Directory.
Clerk of Courts,
H. H. Johnnou
W. W. H. Samaun
W. T, NVhitlix-k
- 8 H. i'llr7
. John V, NoM
IV. 0. P. etulllvan
I Chrlf Mofhiik
Circuit eonrt conrenr flrt MonJ'y In No-
Tmlr and third Mon.li)' In April.
Protmt court lu iraUi 8rt Monday in Mch
Comititoiir cenrt mr first Wcln.y
after Aral Monday ol each month.
OREGON CITY OFFICERS
Mams, - - - T. ' Sullivan
RcooMcr. 1- I- Portw
Chief of Folic - - J. S Ihmlom
TreMurcr. F. H.Charmau
City Attorney. - - II K. Croa.
Street Commissioner. C. Hohem
Oup't. of mer Work,, II. Howell
City Knctner. - - Sidney Smyth.
Couneiimen Ulnim Cochran, J. W. Soble. J. O.
Porter, James Wilkinson, C. 1. LatouiYlte.
R.ws Chartuan, J. W. O'Connell and T. P.
Council meets first Wednesday of each month
In city hill.
Malls close goinn North. S SO A. M., 20 P. M.
Hails close guiu South, SaW A. M..6.JD P. M.
Oreeon CitT to Molalla, Mulino. Cams and
Wilhoit. Leaves at 1C: a. m. Monday, Wed
neniays and Fridays and returns at 10.10 a.m.
on following days
Orepon Ctt to Mink. Clark. Mulino, Vnlon
Mills and Meadow Brook: leave at 10 00 a. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and mums
on following days.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Rose keeps jut the cigar you want.
Fresh peanuts hot from the roaster at
C. B. Rose is adding
Jiia post-office store.
a fruit stand to
You are liable to find just the informa
tion you want in our " Sew Today" col
umn. At Rose's counter in the post office
building you will find the freshest candy
Mrs. C. S. Dodge is now running
the Benefit restaurant on her own hook.
She naderstands the business and will
take pains to build up a large trade.
G. H. Young, who lives on the Ben
Linn place on the Abernethy road raised
some big turnips this year, one of which
measured nearly twenty-seven inches in
Huntlev, the book and news dealer
under the yellow awning near the post
office, has an announcement in this
week's paper pertaining to subscrip
tions of periodicals that it would pay you
Con tractor; Welch, who has charge of
the erection of the new brick building
owned by G. A. Harding and others, has
moved his family to Oregon City from
Portland and they occupy Mr. Stevens's
house on Main street.
Mr. Ned Driggs entertained a number
of bis friends on last Thursday evening,
at the residence of his parents, on Sixth
and High streets. The evening was
pleasantly passed playing games. Re
frechments were sereved.
W. H. Cooke, who has been manager
for the United Hack, Truck & Livery
company, has bought thebusiness of the
company and will hereafter conduct the
livery and transfer business in his own
name. Mr. Cooke is well known and he
will make a success of the enterprise.
The officers of the Home Talent Dra
matic club are F. D. Bruce, manager,
Miss L. McAtee, treasurer, H. Thorn
secretary and Everett Hickman stage
carpenter. The club is actively rehears
ing the drama which is soon to be pro-.
duced here. A Portland orchestra
been engaged for the occasion.
In the upper part of town there have
been several instances lately of people
driving their teams on the sidewalk in
order to avoid the mud in newly graded
streets. There is a penalty of $10 for
such an offence, and the street superin
tendent announces that he will see that
the law is observed hereafter.
George Schieli, who recently bought
land on the Molalla bottom near Barlow
where he will establish a large market
garden, was in Oregon City Thursday,
He is a wide-awake man and he banks
heavily on this yiart of the Willamette
valley for market gardening, both in re
spect to productiveness and available
Beginning Thursday of this week the
morning weather forecasts are received
and displayed at the Enterprise office
instead of the evening forecasts. Tech
nically these advices are designed to
cover a period of twenty-four hours from
8 o'clock on the morning of their re
ceipt, but they really cover the twenty
fours from succeeding the noon after
the telegrams are received and the sig
nals are displayed.
Ten cnts will fiiul you a limine or
tenant in our " Sew Today" column.
Next Sstimtiiy Hi I p. m. si the court
luHisw duor in Orcein City, a tine ioo
ot Mitiii street jwiwrty will be woM at
public auction, 32x210 feet, luiilUings
anil ItotHl tenants; sure 10 per cent in
veslment, with siihaiieoment in value
beiiles. Tli property is that on which
R. Trier's slow is located ami runs back
to the railroAil track. For further par
ticulars see II, E. Cross.
Local 1'erseital Notes.
G. A. Gurley, of Canby, was in Oregon
Major Charman is confined to his
home by illness.
J. P. U-igan, of I'nion Mills, was In
the city last Satnrdav .
Mr. J. K. l'avis. ot Portland, was in
the city during the week.
T. W. MoCtiiicey, a leading hop grower
of Wilsonville, was in Oregon City last
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Johnson spent last
Sunday visiting frietms at their old home
L. R. Janney has moved into his new
resilience on Tavlor street tietwoeti
Eleventh and Twelfth.
Henry Smith, manager ot the Will
amette Pulp and Paper company's mills,
has goue to California on a business trip.
Fred Ganen elder, a live business man,
of Aurora, was in town Monday. He
formerly resided in Oregon City.
Charles Janney, of Camden, N. J., is a
guest of his brother, L. R. Janney. He
is a stair-buiider and will probably lo
James Iliins and family and James
Priskel, of Hill City, 8. D.. are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Casler. They were old
time friends in the Black Hills.
W. H. Boring, of Damascus, was in
the city Tuesday. He says the fall wheat
area in his neighborhood will be much
greater next season than ever before.
C. E. Tilton, formerly of the firm of
Ladd A Tilton, of Portland, and now of
New Hampshire, passed through Oregon
City Tuesday nighi with bis wife on
their way to San Francisco.
George Walling has moved his family
from their home at the nursery between
here and Oswego, to this city, and they
occupy the residence at the corner of
Seventh and Van Buren streets.
H. J. Walker of San Jose, Cal . , an old
time resident of Oregon City, spent last
Friday in town on his way home from
an eastern trip. He was surprised at
the changes that have occurred in the
city since he moved away.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. A. Freytag re
turned from their bridal trip on the
sound, Saturday and are keeping house
on Fifteenth and Main streets where
they will be at home to their many
friends after November 1.
The rise in the river caused by
the late copious rains has grati
fied the hearts of steamboat men.
The water had risen about four leet
Wednesday morning. Tuesday the
water was of sufficient depth to warrant
the steamer Modoc in starting for Cor
vallis with the design of resuming bus
iness on the upper river. For about two
months steamers have not gone farther
up the Willamette than tlie Yamhill riv
er. The Three Sisters went up to Salem
Monday. The Modoc is the first boat to
go up stream as tar as Lorvalhs. Mie
is in command of Captain J. Smith,
Newton Graham pilot. If the river
keeps at a navigable stage the remainder
of the season an immense volume of
produce will be shipped by the boats.
The Joseph Kellogg Transportation
company has leased the steamer Man-
zanillo belonging to the Shaver company,
which was last week taken from the
Portland and Clatskanie route, and vill
run her between Portland and Rainier
making the round trip daily. The
steamer Kellogg now running to Rainier
will hereafter go to Freeport on the
Cowlitz, making the round trip in two
days. The Northwest will ply on the
Cowlitz river and connect with the other
Captain Newsome, who has been run
ning his swilt little steamer, the Iralda,
between Portland and Rainier, will ex
tend his route to Stella and will make
the round trip of 120 miles every day.
Steam has been gotten up in Captain
Scott's to-be-phenomenon, the Flyer, and
her machinery has been found in satis
factory shape. She will soon leave Port
land for the sound.
The Shaver company is pushing work
on its new steamer being built at the foot
of Jefferson street, Portland.
Beauty is said to be only skin deep;
but to posess and preserve a beautiful
skin, pure, vigorous blood is essential.
This is best secured by Ayer'a Saras
prilla in small but freauent doses. It is
the most reliable of blood-purifiers.
The more we sell the cheaper we sell.
The cheaper we sell the more we sell.
Second hand store.
The hest line of cigars at Charman &
Co. "Genuine Estrella" only 10c at
Charman & Co. city drug store.
Buy your I nils and shoes ill Hamilton
A Washburn's, tjimlity the best and
price as low n the lowest. 20 K sugar
1.00 this week.
Waxtki, A tollable party to dry ap
ples and pears on the share'; dryer and
all apparatus fnruUhed. Atldrex's, tino,
Wahnkk, Oiegon City. t(
Humphrey A Trembath have re
opened their fish uiarKct on Main
street next door to the Ai morv Hall, and
receive all kinds of ftvHh and salt water j
fish. Prices reasonable. tf !
The Park Pine store is the place to
trade. Itciore tayinu in your Fall and
Winter supplies call on Hamilton A
Washburn and see their immense stock
Trial Si'ssctiTtoNS The Entkhckisi! i
will be sent on trial the remainder ol
IStll for twenty-five cents. Send in a
trial subscription and if you do not get
your monev'a worth the two bits will be.
refunded to vOU.
private family by a lady.
Address Ai.moh Kvson
Single lady or man and wife to take
charge of house and four children. Ad
dress II, care thisotlice.
A Lover's Resort,
All lovers of tine candies, nuts, cigars,
can get what they want at Hose's coun
ter in the poatolhce huilding.
Four acres of land adjoining Oregon
City, also a carpentci and wagon shop.
A bargain. Impure of R Finley.
Horse for Sale.
For Sale A maw, g years old, color
bay, weight about ten hundred. Per
fectly gentle and a tine driving animal.
For terms, address Gso. Wahseh, Ore
gon City. tf
A first class five to seven room cottage
convenient to business and school . Par
ty having such a house, or who wilt
build, can find permanent tenant by ad
dressing P. O. Box 153, Oregon City.
Lost, Straye d or Stolen.
Lost, straye 1 or stolen from my prem
ises on the Holcomb. road eight miles
southeasterly from Oregon City, a red
steer five years old. marked MK (the
two letters joining each other) and a red
ami white spotted heifer, a year and a
half old. Any one giving information as
to the whereabouts of the animals will
be suitably rewarded.
A California Home.
At a bargain one of the best located
fruit farms in Placer county, California of
40 acres. 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 Sacromento valley, a tine view of
which can be had from the house.
Terms on application to Thayer A
Alden, Oregon City, Oregon. ft
Oregon City Express No I.
Light freight and parcels delivered to all
parts of the city.
Leave orders with f. T Barlow.
The Leading Photographer of
CORNER FIRST ad TAYLOR STREETS
portljuirl, firrgnn. A. P. Armalrjnfr, I'rto.
Branch Hrhool : Capital Bus. ('OLi.m.r, Huiem, Oregon.
Wftmt court of tt ad, name rtvtM of tuition.
Typewriting, i'enmamkip, and EnUth Pefrartmtntt
ln MMion throughout the year. Mtuitrnu. wiuitt
ted at an time. Catalogue front either school, free.
Next Door to the Armory,
TREMIUTH k IIL'MA'H REV, Props.
Full Stock of All Kinds of Frenh
and Saltwater Fifth. Poul
try and Game.
Highest Cash Price Paid for Poultry.
and LUNCH COUNTER.
Meals served day and night. Oysters and
Chops In any stylo. Hide entrance
ABSOLUTELY PURE DlUGS
n A. HARDING.
COMPETENT PHARMACISTS EMPLOYED
Flue Perfumeries ant Toilet Articles.
Also a full itock Of
PAINTS- OILS, ETC.
House, Sign and Ornamental painting.
Good woik guaranteed.
siioroN rirrn, nkahi n. t.A t btahi.k
Can give you Photographs, eipml to the
best to ie had in Porllaml at prices
to correspond, All woik de
Gallery nest door to Harding's Drug
Store, Oiegon City.
, it ,. ,. . U-Udij. nn,l (Vp.;
'dRl'U , ' , ' ; . lluu u '
HORSE SHOEING 1NJIRST CLASS SHAPE.
Shupwu Mm street, t ilt 1' H. T. A I., t'o's
stat'lrs, otiim City
JOHN A. BECK,
reliable jeweler'nEW STORE!
Corner of Front ami Morrison,
IS STUX ON KAUTH.
For jrt'iuTtil r'uiriii! ho stands
without a is'tT. For first -cliiss, re
liithlo goods his store is second to
none. Try hint !
M. II. Klnnaitan.
J. I'. Hill.
CI nnnnnil V Uill '
rlallallan 0 nlll,
WHOl.KSAI K AND KK.TA1L
KKI.r ON II AND THK HFST SELECTION
nt Wlnea, U'liit'n. Ale, Her, Ac, lo U
touml In Hie Stat. In Loiia-IUataatn Hlocl
dlr me a call.
HALF ASP H ALF ON I'HAl'tiHT.
J. MTTNKK, l'ri..r.
The Olrlral first Ua Hold la
Clean rooms with romfortatdo IhmIs.
Tallies supplied with the Wt the mar
ANP LODGING HOI SK,
Mrs. MARY TSCH0RIXG, Fropr.
Main St., Ou'iton Illy.
HOT MEALS AT ALL HOCKS,
I.AKHK KOOMS AMI CLEAN HKtiS,
AM) ornn vN,
Km Jimt "TiPiierl ui mmi'lcri Itno ol Watrhpn,
Johnson The Jeweler,
Opposifp Charman llros. ISlock,
Hai opened up a Cmniiletit line nf Wtlrhva,
Cliwk", Jiwelry ami .'.llverttare.
Fine Hepalrlin ami Engraving a apeelalty.
All Work (iiiRraiitee'l.
A. W. SCHWAN,
1 1,1. KISDH OK j
Tin, Sheet Iron, C(i)ter, Koofinj;,
Spout injr and l'lumbing.
Jobbing Work Done to Ordr
At Short Notice and at Kcaminabio Prlroa.
Tin Fruit Cutis at I'ortlmul rrlees.
Slinp on Seventh Street Nenr the
Livery, Feed and Sale Stalilo
LOCATEII BETWEEN THK BKIDUK AND
Double and Singlo RigH, and mid
dle horHUH always on hand at the
lowest prices. A corrall connected
with the barn for looHe stock.
Information regarding any kiml ol
stock promptly atttindod to by person or
Horses Bought and Sold.
The Best Piace in the City
Neit Door to Llvermore's Hotel.
ICE COLD SODA WATER AND FRESH FRUIT
Tilt: fihi:mt aihi:n.
Hi lb. 1). (1. Sugar $1.00
IS to 20 lbs. Hrown Sttpir I 00
100 llw. D. (5. Sugar Ji.fiS
100 lbs. lira
Sutf. 4.00 to -U5
Brownsvillo Clothing, Flannels, Etc.
HAMILTON & AI.LKN, Clackamas, Orison.
V. V. JICSSIIC, Harlow, Or.,
U:is op-ncd tht Wst stock of gootls over lroin?ht to Clackftnm County,
outside of Orison City, Look at the following and aw if
there is anything you are in need of.
Dry COOdS Kmhrarlnif, In addition
to regular atook.a tine linn of l.adlrs1
)ivaa (uxals, of the Intent styles, Iwst
unalitv. at reaaonalde prlivs.
Furnishing Cood--h. or....,
tlomen and Indies.
Mllllrtory Coods-Ui"1' yi, i"
Hats and ltotineL
Hats and Caps
Cotn plots aaaort-
me tit III
lalvat atvles (or men and
Boots and ShOOS-oargnlns in
till line. Fvry aits an I style do
niAtidtnl l.y the trade.
f f Thi aUivo is but a mere outline of what I carry in stock. Hip
sales and small profits is my rule. I ntn after your trado mid will offer
such inducement as will get it.
ini) illinery Goods!
ALL NEW STYLES
P.ffore runhasing your Hats fur tlio Fall and Winter,
give us a call.
JTA MILTON cV WASHIUIHX,
(IGODS CIIKA1 AT
JHL ! I; mi jit II
3- CASH JtACKET ST0UK. jto
The best place to buy Goods the cheapest.
Hear in mind I pay the highest market prico for I'KODUCIS in
exchange for 001)S.
CLOSING SALE OF SUMMER COODS.
All Summer Goods Sold at Cost for CASH, as I have to make room
for my immense Fall and Winter Stock.
BOXES OF ANY SIZES MANUFACTURED
Parties rloslring Wood Turning, Vat
terns, Brackets, or
Shop Carpenter's Work
Will be Huited by Calling on Me.
Doors, Windows and Blinds
Gk U. BESTOW,
fWOpp. the Congrofcational Church
Piths ( Inotls,
Pmrfintl l.IIIH"W In
THIS SOHOOl I VMS
ClOthlriK-All '!, ."lee ""J UUI1-
tixa to suit. Fr men and boys.
CrocorloB A" l"1'1 "r"'
tit quality. FuIUUk-soI eamiedaml
Hardware Crntvr' and Work
men's tiMila. Itiiilders'a ami Hhelf
Hardware. Nails, Holla and every
thing wanted ill this line. All th
leailinii hraiida In Cutlery.
Tinware, tilaarn and t'nakery,
t'liska, Falent Mmlielnea, Nhool
and AtiHHinl ll.aiks, Notiona, To
hatvo and Vigurt, and a full lint of
AT LOW PRICES.
A. I,. CORNWALL'S
NEW - DRUG STORE.
DEALER IN DRUGS,
Full Stock of
Prescriptions carefully compound
ed Store in PoHtollioo Build
ing. Agent for all load