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Oreogn City Enterprise.
VRIDA.Y, NOVEMBEtt 20, 1891.
Clackamas Co. Directory.
OVrk of Courts,
Kimlr, . , ,
ch.xl sitrwrlntemtrnl, -
It. 11. Johnston
W. W. H. Samaon
W. T. WhttU-k
John V. Sill
Dr. C. 1 iSnlltvau
Tbe Infant child of Mr. and Mr. L.
A. Noble (lied last Sunday and w
buried Monday afternoon.
Clrenlt court convene, ttrat Monday In J'
wmwt ami thIM Monday lu April.
Probate court lu session lint Monday Id each
Commissioner court meet. (lrl Wednesday
after 6rM Monday ;((' mouth.
OKEOOS CITY OFFICERS
Matorv - - . T. NV Sullivan
Kerorder. - L L Porter
Chief of Police- J. s. Purdnm
Am-asor, . 8, R. Mrven
Treasurer. F. K. Charniau
City , attorney. - U.K. I'roa.
Street Commissioner. C. llobcrie
Snp't. of Water Works. - W. H. Howell
City r nslneer, - - smiiot Smvth.
Cuanolimeu-nimai t'oehrau, J W. Sl, J". U.
Port.r, Jami Wilkinson. C. P. tatonrette.
Koas Charman, J. W. OYouuell and T. P
Council meets first Aeduesday of each month
fa city hull.
Andrew 0rl isaUnit to begin the mn
utVtuie of spools for the rolls of new
paper mKimfiioturod by the paper mill
bore, J. Jones is also arranging to
uiamuaotiire mouldings, sashes, doors,
etc. Both are located in tlie upper story
of the Oregon Cilv Iron Work from
which they get power.
A now vldewalk i being; built on the
east side of John Admits street between
Seventh nd Klevotilh. Mr. Howll is
also I uilding a ix-foot walk in front of
his new residence on Twefth and Jef
ferson. The city will also put in cross
walks there, so Hint the school children
from the southern part of town mill
have sidewalk all th way to the
Mulls close fount North, 8 20 A. M fX P. M.
Mails cloie oiuf South. S St) A. M.. T:.M P. M
Orefmi I'ttT to E'.v.M.'lalla, Muliao,Crus unit
Wilhult. Leaves at 10:W a-m. toudv. Wed
xnolsys n.l Fridays and return at lu.ia.m,
on following days
Orecon City to Kit Mink. Clark. Xullnofnlon
Hills and Meadow Brook: leaves at 10 00 a. m.
Tueaday, Thursday and Saturday, and returns
on followiut daxsat i.w.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
The mitliiiery ooiaule given by the
Young People's Society ol Christian En
deavor of the Congregational chinch
last Thursday evening proved a perfect
sin-eras and afford.! an luilimiled
mount of amusement tor both old and
young, lite gentlemen displayed their
ability in the trimming of hats and a
priie was awarded to the one who dis
played the most skill.
Koee keeps Just the cigar you want.
MX) Turkeys forThanakgiving by K.
Williams the grocer.
F. W. DUKES,"
.'House, Sign and Ornamental painting.
t ., I L 1
A Lover' KcHort,
cr of Hue candies, mils,
All lover of Hue candies, mils, cigar)
can get wlm they want at Koae s con
ter in the poslollice liuilding,
Four acres of land adjoining 0reg;
City, also a earpentoi and wagon ho
A bargain, lmiulreof R Finley.
Applvto J.S. Kisler A Sons.
Landing, opposite lswegt, tr.
snocoN rirm, nkakc. it. t.A i.. stmii kh
and LUNCH COUNTER.
Meal served tlay ano inghl. Oyslera and
Chop in any style. Side entranee
t,ll . w. ..i.i!
Kislev XX a PT ITAIT. A N 1 1.
Epicure Flour U the best. Try it. tf
rresb peanuts hot
from the roaster at
The Knights of Pythla lodge is pre
paring to give grand ball Christmas
At Rose's counter in the poet ollice
bnilding you will find the freshest candy
The Willamette Silver Cornet band
will give its annual masquerade ball on
New Years eve.
During the past w eek licenses to wed
'have been granted to Nora A. Gibson
and J. A. Reed, Catherine L, Bonnet
and T. L. Charman, Ida J,. Walker and
W, McL. Gray, L. M. Hutrgins and A.
G. Forester, Sarah Garvin and Charles
'. Campbell, Ague J. Paveren and
James H. Crookshank, Gracie Jewell
and Daniel Fellows, Amy Dolahay and
F. H. King, Louisa Wagley and Nicholas
Highest ma'kot price will I paid 11
ift or l(Nj chicken tleltverel to Gem
V. Sweeting, agent, Uregvm City Or,
llorae for Sale.
For Saltv A mare, 8 vear old. coll
bay, weight alniut ten otindred, Psj
fectly gt'inle and a tine driving aniinaj
hor terms, address Gko, Wahnkk, iM
gn city. tl
The Ust Cull.
All parties indebted to Matoon
Story, will save thetnselvta fitrthl
trouble bv I'alling and settling their ai
counts. Must have the money, it
honestly due and we have waited lo
A W Uf Man's Advice.
Wisdom cries sloop and savs.
Save Yoir Mcsclk And time by
purchasing the Home made mince meat
at E. E. Williams, the grocer.
Arthur Bloch has purchased the post
office store in Milwaukee and will prose
cute the business in an enterprising
The finest selection of society badges
and emblems ever brought to Oregon
City is now on display at Mrs. Burmeis
ter'g jewelry stoie.
Some general matter pretaining to
country roads that will prove instructive
reading will be found on the seventh
page of this paper.
During the winter months the steamer
latoni will leave Oregon City on Sun
days at 8 :30 a. m., and 2 p. m. Leave
Portland al 10 a. in., and 3:30 p. in.
Odessa, wife of Charles Scramlin, died
t Macksburg Monday night of quick con
sumption. The funeral occurred Wed
aesday and the interment was in Canby
Members of Pig Iron lodge of Oswego
and Marsbfield lodge of Clackamas to
the nnmbei of about thirty visited the
Oregon City lodge A. 0. U. W. last
J. H. Black bas succeeded S, S. Jen
nings in the management of W. B.
filtiveley's dry goods store on Seventh
street. He understands the business
and will handle the trade energetically.
Mince Meat We have made arrange
ments with an Oregon City lady to make
the best quality oi mince meat for us.
Only first class material used. Sold in
quantity by E. E. Williams the grocer.
E. J. Kennedy has gone into the bus
iness of laying artifical stone walks,
cementing cisterns, cellar floors etc.
There is call for a good deal of this work
in this city and Mr. Kennedy will
iandle the business successfully.
Local Personal Note.
Mrs. William Phillips of Clackamas,
was in Oregon City Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Logan, of Union
Mills, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. i horse
Lovejoy this week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Shindler of Willsburg
spent Sunday with Mrs. Shindler's
mother, Mrs. J. W. Norria.
Pat Colbert, a prominent local G. A.
R. man, is now in Ashland and will spend
the winter visiting in southern Oregon
Dr. Norris's family are now settled in
their new home ou the bluff between
Fourth and Fif.h street. It is one of
the neatest cottages in the city.
William R. Wade bas moved his
family from MolalU to their new borne
in Darnell's addition to Oregon City
which was recently purchased for f-IOOO.
John Bilger, of Dallas, Texas, formerly
of Ohio, is a gueet of II. W. Dillingham.
Mr. Bilger will locate here and send for
his fauiilv to come in the spring. A son
of Mr. Dillingham will come West with
Mr. Biker's family.
Mrs. Sarah Huntley, mother of W, A.
and Clyde Huntley, is expected to ar
rive from Mendon, Mich , the latter part
of this month. When she arrives the
family will occupy one side of Mr.
Chtirch'3 double bouse on Seventh
Mrs Syrene Hickman and daughter,
Myrtie, left Monday for Van Buren,
Ark. where they will spend a year with
Mrs. Hickman's brother and M'ss Myr
tie will have good school advantages.
It is not yet determined whether they
will return to Oregon City or not.
Judge P. P. Pnmin, of Jacksonville,
was in the city this week. He was en
gaged in looking up testimony for the
government in some old claims. Tues
day he went to Portland and was in
vited by Judge Deady to a seat on the
bench when the first session of the new
United States circuit court was opened.
Judge Pritnm formerly was on the su
preme bench of Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spangler have
returned from Prairie City, Grant county,
where Mr. Spangler bas been engaged in
constructig a sawmill for Porter Bros,
formerly of this city . Mrs. Mary Har
desty of Pendleton accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. Spang'er and is visiting relatives
here and at Molalla. Mrs. Hardesty
and Mrs. Spangler are sistt-rs of Sheriff
Sampson. His cousin, Miss Nellie
Keiser of Halsey is also visiting at his
home this week.
Ion, oh ye sons of toil, w ill ve neglect
visil the Secoiul-lianit and .Notion sti
wherw you can get more gianln for a dii
lar than anywhere ele in town?" Piik
2 papers, 5c.; needle. 2 paiein, fcj
spoon, per set, lk. ; 10 quart dish pat
20. Opposite postollice.
Lost Strayed or Stolen,
From my premises at Park Plac
Oregon, on or alwut Oct. 2.i, a light t
about nine vear old. woiiilntr
between 900 ami Ida) pounds. The an-
mal wore a bailor, has a w hite spot h
forehead, saddle marks on back, aril
left hoof is split a little. Suitable row si
for information will l given. Jni
Can give you Photograph equal to the
Im.I to be had in Portland at prices
tucoi respond. AH wink do
tla'.lory next dor to liar ling' Drug
Sloro, Oregon City.
Wau'ou Work. M.ulihe ami Con
HORSE SHOEING INJ1RST CLASS SHAPE.
shoi ou Main street. otil I'. It. T. A t. i'ol
tables, Oregon City
1(5 lls. I. (5. Sugar . . 00
IS to-OlI. Hrown SSupir I 00
100 ll.s. D. U, Sugar !..".
100 II. Urn. Sg. -1.00 to l.t"
Brownsville Clothing, Flannel, Etc.
HAMILTON & ALLKN, Clackamas, Oregon.
NEW STORE I NEW GOODS !
V. V. JlCSStlC, Hnrlftw, Or.,
Has oHncl the Wst uttuk of K'kkI ever brought to CUt-lutum County,
otitMiilo of Orey.m City. I.i'k at tin' folUving- nnl c- if
there is unythiuK you rc in m ctl of.
JOHN A. BECK,
Corner of Front and Morrison,
IS STILI. OS F.AKTH.
For general retmirInK lie stuml
without a jxht. For first-cliiss, re
liable pootls hi store is second to
none. Try him !
M. II. Flanagan.
J. P. Hill.
Dry COOdS-l':'nl'fi''"if. In addition
lo regular stin k, tine line of Ladies'
Pi ess OihkIs, of the latest styles, boat
qiialitv, at reasonable price.
Furnlahlna CoodHoihfor gen
tlemen and ladie.
Mlllinory Ccod-l"' "'yh- In
Hal and lUmiiela, Klbbons, Trim
Hats and Cap-,ii,i",' "m'rt-
mi'iit in latest styles for men and
Boots and Shoos-"n!in In
this line. Kvery U an I style de
manded by the trade.
ClOthlnu-All wisd, prhv and quail-
th to attlt. For men nd hoy.
Crocorlos Al1 '"' c'"
in quttltty, Full t' k of c imed and
HardwarO Carinter' nd Vo.kU
men' tool, llulldem' and Shelf
Hardware. Nails, Holt lld every
thing wanted. in thl line. All tb)
leading brand In Cutlery.
TlnwarOt lilswre and (Vakerr,
Cliak. Patent Medicine, School
and Account Ihsik. Notion, To
bacco and Cigar, and a full line of
f Sf-Thc aliove is but a mere outlino of what I carry in Mock. Hijt
nlc an.l stiutll irofit i my rule. I am after your tra.lo ami will offer
such inducement n will get it.
A lalirornla Home. I
At a bargain one of the best locxti
fruit farms in Placer county, Californiaof
H) acres. Tice just commencing to
bear, all standard varii-ties. One mile
from railroad shipping point, (iood
soil and pure water, liood buildings,
and is one of the most desirable I"'me
in the Sacroinento valley, a lino iew o(
which can be had from the house.
Terms on application to Tuaykr A
Aldkn. Oregon City, Oregon. ft
Flanagan & Hill,
W1IOI.F.SAI F ANI K FT AIL
i on iust tub hksi srt r. tion
IV nl W iiin. Uliiiir. Ale. Hi'er, Ac , to lit
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING !
OIUMT I'llOVI Tin:
fiiiiil lu the stat
Uire ma a call
Mr. Plkasaxt, Or., Nov. 4, 1S01.
The Board of IlirectoTl for School lis
trict No. 4;l will receive sealed hid for
the purchase of the old school house in
the district aforesaid lhe board re
serves the right to reject any and all
Bids to be ojs'ned on Sattirdav, N
vember 2S, at 1 P. M.
Address all bids to
Jas. VV. Paktlow, Oregon Citv, Oo
2-tf Chairman of Board.
The best line of cigars at Charman A
S. 8. Jennings will open a full line of j "J- uT,Pe . iW l
, , , . " Charman & Co. city druit store.
groceries about next Wednesday in J
D. Renner's new store building on
Seventh street at the corner of Jackson
and he solicits your patronage . A deli v
'ery wagon will be run. David May will
have charge of the store
Just received at the Park Place Store
a good assortment of best Oil Clothing,
also a full line of Kubbei Boots and Rub
hern, (jiye us a call and keep dry.
Hoffman Sc Bates, the Portland con
tractors who are to supply rock for the
dam across the Willamette at the head
of Swan island, have opened the Risley
quarry opposite Oswego and will have a
gang of men at work there all winter.
The dam will cost $25,000 a large part of
which will be expended in the rock work.
The meetings which Eev. J. C. Syl
vanus has been holding at the Spring
water Presbyterian church will close
next Sunday. Rev. G. W. Uiboney ol
Oregon City church assisted in the meet
ings three days this week and Rev.
Boyd, of Portland, also gave assistance
during the series.
If you suffer pricking pains on moving
the eyes, or cannot bear bright light
and find yiur sight weak and failing,
you should promptly use Dr. Mclean's
Strengthening Eye Salve. 25 cents a
Hamilton & Washburn have just
received a fine assortment of clothing at
price that throw eastern manufactured
goods in the shade. These goods are
all wool and manufactorers authorize us
to guarentee every garment to give en
tire satisfaction or money will be refunded.
Is hereby given that bids will be re
ceived by the County Court of Clackaina
County for the furnishing of election
booths to be made either of cedar or red
wood, said booths to be delivered com
plete on or before May 1st, 1HH2. Bill
derg to submit plans and specifications.
Bids to he open on the 10th day of I lecenr
ber 18Mlat 1 o'clock, p. m. A guaranteed
deposit of 5 per cent will be required.
The court reserves the rmht to reject anj
and all bids. II. II. Johnson.
Oregon City Express No I.
Light freight and parcels delivered to all
parts of the city.
Leave order with P. T Barlow.
Portland, Onuna. A. P. Armitronir, Prto.
Braaeh Hi-hool : Capital Hra. Collkor, Hnlm. orrfoa.
fcaint courMl of Itodj, aaiue raua of tuilioa.
TyPfwritinf, Penmanxntp, and hnglixk lupartmtnti
fIn wwiion ifaronffhotit the year. HtudniU wluitt
teU at anjr tiu. CauIutfU fruiu either school, free.
C. W. FllIDRICH,
Blacksmithing and Repairing.
Wagon, Buggy Work and Horse Shoeing.
All work first-class and promptly done,
Shop at Klyville.
c. I.. 8 TOHY.
Unsuspected disorders of the kidneys
are responsible for many of the ordinary
ailments of humanity which neglected,
develop into a serious and perhaps
fatal malady. Ex peri nee would suggest
the use of Dr. J. if. McLean's Liver and
Blacksmiths and Wagon
Fine Wagon aii Carriage Work a specialty.
Twenty yearn experience m a Hi-rue Sheer
None but firm clans work done.
HIiOD on Main Street, near HuHpennlon Ilrldge.
Next Door to the Armory,
TUE.MBAT1IA HUMPHREY, Props.
Full Stock of All Kinds of Fresh
and Saltwater Fish. Poul
try and Game.
Highest ChhIi Price Paid for Poultry.
HALF AND HALF ON DUAl'OHT.
1. PITTS Kit, Pri'iif.
Ihe Old.. 1'lr.l ! fluid la
Clean rooms with comfottithlo tied.
Tables supplied w ith the Ix'it the mar
lmOAVNSVlLLK WOOLEN 3HIXS.
Every Garment Warranted to Give Satisfaction
or Money Refunded.
S1IIKTS AND SOCKS,
P.I.ANK KTS, ETC.
Hat Jiint opened tip a comt'lrte line ol Watches,
Clorka, Jewelry and Silverware.
Fine Krpalrlns and P.nravliii a ipeeUlty.
All Work (Jaaranteed.
ABSOLUTELY PURE DRUGS
Q A. HARDING.
COMPETENT PHARMACISTS EMPLOYED
Floe Perfomerles ana Toilet Arllcles.
Alao a full tUH-k nl
PAINTS- OILS, KTC.
Livery, Fed arid Sale Stable
LOCATK0 BKTWEKN THK BKIHOE AND
Double and Single Rigs, and Bad
die horses always on hand at the
lowest prices. A corrall connected
with the barn for loose stock.
Information regarding any kind of
stock promptly attended to by person or
horsos Bought and Sold.
The Best Place in the City
Next Door to Llvermore'i Hotel.
ICE COLD SODA WATER AND FRESH FRUIT
TUB 'IKNT CANIMKS.
PARK PLACE CASH STORE.
Hamilton &c Washburn.
GOODS CIIKAP AT
337- CASH RACKET ST0UE.
The best place to buy Goods the cheapest.
Hear in mind I pay the highest market price for PRODUCE in
exchange for GOODS.
CLOSINC SALE OF SUMMER COO0S.
All Summer Goods Sold at Cost for CASH, as I have to make room
for my immense Fall and Winter Stock.
FARMER8, ATTENTION !
You will save money by takeng your MACHINERY to
Tho OREGON CITY IRON WORKS
Tho befit of material usod, and none but skilled labor employed.
Civo us a trial and see if our prices are not as low as tho lowest. All
work guaranteed as represented. All work done promptly. Special
jobs attended to without delay. All kinds of
Machinery upplles Kept on Hand.
Castings furnished. Agents for "Ward A Brady's Celebratod Anti
Friction Metal, and Morrison's Self-Lubricating Packing.
JAMES KOAKE &' CO., Proprietors.
Shop, 5th and Water Sts., Oregon City, Oregon.
Near Logus A Albright's Butcher Shop.