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Oregon City Enterprise.
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Clerk of Conn,
M , 1. nillOTK
John Y, Noble
- ti!''"'y """h
tchnrlVs Voeime !
Clrrutt tntirt eonrene (tut Mudy la No
vember and third Moudav In April.
Prwhat cvwrt to MMlon flint Monday tn each
fommtsloner wnrt nwu first Wednesday
tfter Brl Monday of each month.
OKKiiON CITY OFFICERS
Haror. - - T. W Sullln
Keeorder. L. I- Porter
Chief of IVlfea- J. S. Fimtoin
Amvmr. - S. R. tireen
Trewmnrr. - F. R Charman
Cltv Atlnrner. - - II K.i
Street Conirnisstxner. C. Holr
8ni't. ot Water W ork, W. H. Howell
lltTKntlneer. Sidney Smytk.
Couner.meti Hiram Ooehrn, J. W. NohleJ 0.
Porter. Jamea ilktnaon. t IV Lutourett.
Koa Chanuan, J. W. OVontiell ami T. P
Council meetaflr! Wtneday of each month
In city hall.
For the Campaign.
Do yon want to have the political news
of Clackamas county and of the state?
If so send in twenty-five cents and get
the Enterprise from now until June
10th. When other mean of remitting 1
cannot be had stamps will be taten.
Unless otherwise ordered the paper will
be promptly stopped at date of expira
tion. SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
AH eyes are now turned towards Sun- j
eet City. j
Knqtiire of J. J. Cook lor the map of .
Sunset City. i
Holman A Warner, Undertakers
Embalmers, Oregon Citv B .nk building. I
County commissioners' court will meet !
next Wednesday for its regular monthly '
Take Your habies to the New York ;
gallery and g-t a good picture w hile you
have the chance. ;
Renner at the Seventh street hard-
ware store will sell you anything ia his
line at Portland prices. Goods all first-'
Sunset City lots are one-half the price 1
of other lots within the same distance
from the postoffice in any other direc
tion. Spring U here and so is Wilson A j
Cooke w ith a complete line of garden ,
tools, also one and two Horse Culti- :
G. E. Hargraves, builder, near the j
foot of Falls View stairs, will save you
money on building a home and guar- j
Have you a good pair of spectacles? :
If not go to Burmeister A Andresen's
and have your eyes fitted with their
Jrfect eye tester. !
There was a social party at the home j
of Mr. Merger in Canemah last "- J
day night which was attended by a J
congenial company of young people. j
Thos. Charman & Son handle J. A.
FolgerA Son's celebrated Golden Gate '
baking powder and to each of their pa
trons are niven a valuable cook book.
John Byers, one of the leading market
gardners of the county, has fifteen acres j
of peas that are now in full bloom on his ,
place on the Clackamas. The send was
planted in January.
Miss Wilkinson's selections of haUiIMil(!(.t a city committee. It was sug
and fine millinery is equal to the best toKe8tej that for a republican commu
te had in Portland. All the latest styles tee t0 he selected by a meeting that
and at living prices. Remember the was confessedly of all parties was
place with -Mrs. Rich, opposite the Post-rather odd but the captain was made
office, Oreg'on City. j chairman and instructed to appoint
There will be a meeting of Mead post j the committee, and he named the
G. A. R. next Tuesday evening to make
arrangemsnts lor the appropriate ob
servance of Decoration day. A full at
tendance is especially requested for this
The Willamette Silver band, sere
naded Mr and Mrs. C. A. Nash, last
Monday at their home on Main street.
Mr. Nash hi leader of the band and the
members thought this a fitting recogni
tion of his wedding which occured Sun
The Juch English Opera company's
contract with the First regiment was
declared off last Friday night after two
performances bad been given. The
trouble was with Manager Loche of the
opera company. The regiment lost
about $500 on that etiKagemsnt, some
what less than its net profits from the
Marine band. The Juch company
played to good business at the New
Park this week.
O E. A. Freytag is making some rad
ical changes in his store at the corner of
Main and Fourteenth streets. A glass
front is being put in on the Main street
side and part of the Fourteenth street
ide and the entrance will be in the
corner. The partitions dividing off the
living rooms at the rear of the store will
be removed and the extra room given to
the store, making it forty-eight feet long.
Then lage additions will be made to the
grocery stock and crockery and men's
coarse clothinu will also be carried.
It Is t'ul In Nomluutlmi by Muss ( on.
veiiiion Ht l'tipo's Hull
' Ms or Sullivan railed llit meeting
Tope's iMll tO.VrllT tMliemlft.V llitfllt
H,,a ,u, lm.rtini. had I,,.,,,, 0rtu,,( t
rN,u1 ' rot many cilinoiia to
nominate candidates for tlie cttv otlicox.
. , . . , . .
no prononnciM me my ciiHtionieiu'ieni
and luwrted thai tht Australian Ixtllot
I law could not pty to Uie city eleotio.ii,
though )u a in lavor of ohwrving
it in many particular. Others vr
laboring under a delusion but lu hail
examined the matter and knew the M it
eltvtioii law could not Us inforcod in this
The last wwda ot the mayor mingled
with the voice of M. H. Brodorick who
nominate! the mavor for chairman.
J. V. O'Connell named Judge Moldrum
who declined, leaving Mayor Sullivan to
he elected by viva voce vote on Nruder
kk's motion to "anspend the rule." On
mounting the rostrum the chairman
again improved the opportunity to aswure
the people that others were laboring un
der a delusion and that ha wanted to
dissipate the confusion by giving them
the straight goods that the state law
could not apply to the city election.""
T. F. Ryan named Itroderick for seer
taryand he declined in favor of Henry
Meldrnm. Again were those ''rules"
that nobody had heard anything ahout
suspended and Mr. Moldrum was elected
At this juncture Chairman Sullivan
volunteered the information that the
Australian, ballot law applied solely to
state elections and that the city charter
was defective, i'heu Mr. O'Connell
stood up and asked some question of
'itho chair that were painfully direct.
jw eiAT he was in favor of apply
ing the law as far as it could be applied,
had always been of the opinion and
st'" nt"'(' O'Connell thought the an-
swer not sufTicientlv clear and he plutued
another inU-rrvtUion hit li mctwitl.no
The demonstrations of the audience
tended o arouse a suspicion that the
meeting was packed but the work pro-
! ceeded .
When it came to making the noniina-
jt was agr(,oJ ()mt iev B,u)uM ,,e
by h(lll(lt ,.len Kyiin ,H,rsi!,tw in
pressing the question ss to who should
be permitted to vote. He moved that
an amendment th.it
of Oregon City b-
eligible was submitted to further amend
ment to include only tlie reptimican
qualified voters, but the amendment to
to the amendment was killed and the
iimonitoil nmtirt.1 nirrieil lust like clock
wf)rk u ,1BVe 1)et,n Jone
u hftJ , C1J, .,,,,,;,,
F. R. Charman was nominated for
treasurer by acclamation. J. E. Rhodes
en. Dye, H. C. Stevens and S. R.
wer8 named for assessor and j
collector. The latter two declined and !
vote resulted m favor of Rhodes,
sixty-one to twenty-seven,
Tho thn convention resolved itself
into a double-barreled affair for ward
nominations for councilman, and J. U.
pi,sburv mu ma(,e chalrmgn an(, j, w.
O'Coniifll 8e-retarv .( the first war,
mM.tjn(f an(J j w Me,lrum chairman
amJ f R Chairnian o the
second ward gathering. In the first
ward C O. Albright and Benjamin Jag-
gar were nominateu lor councurnen,
Frank Glennan being the unsuccessful
aspirant. In the second ward C. N.
; Greenman and George CalifT were nomi
! nated for ecuncilmen for two yeais and
I W. A. White to fill a vacancy.
i After all hands had adjourned Cap
i tain CalitT called for order again to
' f,,ll ln.r (' (1 T H im ( I) A I-
blight and M. H. Brodenck. Williams
declined but was induced to serve.
The appointments of the chair were con
firmed, a f. nal adjournment taken and
the second city ticket had been put in
Messrs. LogiisA Albright, in order to
accommodate their large and increasing
patronage, will on May 1st deliver meats
to their patrons free of charge within
This firm possesses the advantage over
small dealers of being able to buy latge
bands of stock and to pasture the same
until entirely recovered from the effects
of driving before killing for market, en
tirely insuring to their customers nothing
but good, wholesome and meats.
Dora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
i liam Stover, was nine years old last
Wednesday and a dozen of her young
friends surprised her with a call at her
home on Twelfth and Monroe in the af
ternoon . They were laden with cakes
and candies and other toothsome freight
wondwfnl culinary creation llad
the name "DOHA" woven in real candy
on the top of it. The little folks passed
a very delightful afternoon.
Sunset Citv lies just back of the paper
mills on the west side and north of the
side walk. The first opportunity to get
an accessible home on the west side.
Loral IVrnonal Xote.
F. I, llriice. of llillsboro sptnt last
Sunday in Canemali.
W. W. Marts left Thursday for llepp.
iter to civet a wvkO irss,
"tiiattdma" Telfer is quite ill at the
residence, of her son in Cmicmah.
Attorney J, K. Hedges of Portland
visited Ins parents in Caucmnli lust
Miss Ina and Tit I io luouh ot I'.lyviUo,
were visitors at the West Side schixd
K. W. II urn met t and J. A. Strongtm,
two prosHrtus farmers of Highland,
were in Oregon City last Monday.
Mrs. Kosa I.eisand Mrs, Umisa Tor
butt, mother and sister of Mrs. W. T.
Whithvk, left Tuestluy tnorning fur
their home near Slaughter, Wash , after
a long visit in this city.
Miss Mamie K. Brooke, late ol Ver
mont and one of the foremost toucher
of the (ireen Mountain state, begun a
a trim of school in the Phelps district,
near New Fra last Monday,
Mrs. C. T. Hickman left last Monday
for Maysville, Mo,, where she will visit
her parents. She will then make a
visit to relatives in New York state.
Her young son aeoc.inianied her.
Judge A. S. Bennett of The Dalles,
democratic nominee for supreme judge,
was in Oregon City last Wednesday.
He hart been to Salem on business and
stopied here a few hours on his rvturn.
He is too good a man to serve as a sacri
ficial ottering for the democrats and it it
his misfortune that he is in his present
R. M. Kosnhatim, who went to Call
firnia for his health on his recovery
from typhoid fever a few weeks ago, will
not return to Oregtwi City and his place
as stiHrintenUnt of the Crown paper
mill has leen filled by W. P. Ilawlry,
who comes from the Remington mills at
Watertown, N . Y. Mr. Hawley's fam
ily will occupy a cottage that is being
built by J. M. Taylor on Washington
street between Eleventh and Twelf'h.
William Miller, supervisor of the Os
wetso mad district, was in town Wednes
day, He has enlisted to improve the!
roads of his district and is not wait-'
ing for the county to appropriate money I
for it. j
Oregon News. I
The citiietis of Astoria are determined
to have a new hotel and to have it
quickly. Subscriptions to the capital
slock are being given w ith alacrity.
Committees are busy Minting stuck
for the alliance flouring mill to he built
at La Grande. The capital stock has
tieen pla-ed at $25,0(10 and no person is
entitled to hold more than f30 worth
Twenty years ago Mrs. Lockwood of
Umatilla, was corking a buttle, when
its burst and a minute piece of glass
entered her eye. It become imbedded
in the upper lid. at the uper part vt
the ball, and has since Keen the con
stant sour: of irritation. She had trie l
several times to have it removed but it
could not 1 located. Last week it was
removed by cutting through the upcr
The store of R. C. Mays A Co. at Elgin
burned last Thursday night. The build
ing and stock of g'HxIs were destroyed,
ami the origin of the fire is unknown.
The total loss will not be less than 12,
OX), with an insurance of about H000
The fire is a serious misfortune not only
to Messrs. Masterson and Ly but to
Elgin also, for it removes from the
town its leading business house.
Four carloads of Russian immigrants
have passed through Pendleton during
the past few days bound for F.ndicott,
Whitman county, Wash., where a
number of their countrymen had already
settled. More of the iumiigranls are
coming this way, and Endicott will
soon become the capital of quite a
little Russian nation. Tins party wts
four weeks linking the trip. When
they left Russia there were six feet of
Receipt, note and Older books at the
Samoa'! Critioal Condition,
Auckland, N. Z., April 22. Ailvieea
from Samoa nlate that tlie MitUafit are
growing in streiiKth and threaten to
reliel. The iwvernment fuiida are ox
hansteil and the nativen are two yearn
in arrears in the payment of laxeH, and
the oituation appear) to he critical .
Bkki.in, April 22 The VuHHiwrlie
Zeitung tliinkH that ltuhert LouiH
StevenBon is designinK to strennlhen
EnuliHh influence in Samoa and plan
ning a new scheme auainHt (iermany.
More Earthquake Bbocki.
Sacramknto, April 23. There wete
three earthqnaxe Hhocks here taut niht
between 11 o'clock and siinrine this
Wintkri, April 23 Three earth
quake rihockfi here since 2 o'clock this
morning, hut no damage.
Vacavim.e, April 23. Large numbers
of people are living in tents. A month
will elapHe before the town resumes its
Ctming to America
Swanhka, April 13. It is stated that
owing to the depression in the British
tinplate trade, resulting from the
McKinlcy tariff, the proprietors of the
tinplate factories intend to erect works
WF. A Til Fit AM CHOPS.
Report for Westcett Oregon for the
There, has been during the week a
continuation ol the wad, cloudy, ami
partly cloudy weallirxcvpl on the lllih
and '.Mlh when the weather was warm
and the sun shone, brightly. There has
lioen less rainfall than for the past
several weeks, though nearly one-halt
an inch fell in the interior valleys
Frosts occured on the 17lh, IH'h, I'.Uh,
and i.Vth. The winds have been south
erly and light in force.
The frosts of the psst two week
injured the fruit and in places the sliaw
lierry crop. The extent ot the Injury
can not be ascertained, but it stand to
reason that when fruit trees arts in
bloom they cannot tirience a ttvonlng
temperlaiim and yet be uninjured. It i
not, however expected that the Irosl
injured the fruit siitlicicutly to make a
deficient product. They hardly did more
than prune tlie crop very well which
will allow that which remain to
become more erfoct and line. Fruit
growers from Grant's Pass, William,
Jacksonville, Ashland and Rosehurg
and in almost every valley county re
port damage done by I lie frost. It will
moat likely I' found that when the ftuit
is as largo as ntuxket bullet that it w ill
drop off, show ing then the effect of the
present injttiy from the frosts
Fall wheat on low lauds has a sick I v
and yellow look, showing the need of
warmer weather and less moisture, on
the higher ground the wheat and oala
are doing remarkably well, so far as
growth at tlitt root are concerned, but
owing to the coo! weather there is little
growth above ground. Spring seeding l
greatly delated and the spring acreage
may U lens than usual on account of in
ability to have grain sown. In Curry
county fig are welt formed and fruit is
less injured by frost than in any County
in the state. Tue wealher on the tilth
and IUMIi was (avor.ihlu to all vegetation,
but other than these two day the
weather ha lieen unfavorable. Warmer
nights ami warm unshine during the
day are needed to develop all vegetation.
in CAT''r'nl ' wants should not
be LOST s'gl't "f when
you need table luxuries, Irmt. coffee .
tea. meal. or. in fuel any oiHER kiu.l of
groceries in wholesale or "'TAIL
lots Vuil. sTnilv,
K. K. NViu.uws,
y a. iii kst,
REAL ESTATE. A lNSl lt ANTE
. NOTARY Pl'HI.U; A COLLECTOR.
Metit'T Loaued ell Arovril Kec'itlly.
I? . KA.NIld,
NOTARY rntl.ir, It K L ESTATK l
OIBte III (hr P...1 Olflr ll'lll.lliu,
O' rfin I lly. orr(no.
AKCIUTKCT. HITKKINI'FNIiKNT AND
Thirty Year Kiperlfru' on HBetttc t'eaul,
Au.lralla aill Kurni l
Prepare I'lnna. Rlrvntlelll. Knetlollii, Frr
.tiMlv.,Vurklti tirnwliiif.. fietall. ititl HrH
Hi'iflliiita of all klmlH of 1'iilillr nm Hrlvati
HulliltDKR, accimitimiltMl by rtMlaulv enttmalei
of PfMlt .
Hnrryr,ni aiel KiiKiniwrii Flelil nutea ami
KphI ftftti aKClUii, IM.iim uf Hoti.) I vf . ,,,, t'lttt
teil with aerurarjr and iitMitiifna. tn any icale nr
lie of drawing.
ofllcv In BemiiW. 8ih A Donr Furtnry, nptv
al( t'linureifitlnnal Church. Malu atrfet, Ore
Run C'l Oreifuu
FOR COUNTY CLKKK,
Regular ncinocrutic Noinince.
JOHN F. RISLEY,
Regular Democratic Noininco.
Fur "tie by
E. E.Williams.The Grocer
Notice In hereby nlvtin that the nnilernltneil
duly apiiltel, qiiallneil anil m IIiik en-' iitura
nf the eniate nf John A. ('.infer, dueea'l,liave
fllnl Willi the dark nl the nniinty enurt il
t;iHCkaniaa cnuty, OrrK'i". Hiel' Wnal ai emint
an aueh eieentera, ami the nalil court ha tut
Tueeilay, Jnne7lh. IWU, Iho nay for hearlnn
olijecllnni toeald aeciiiinl intl for the euttlu
nient (if aal'l estate.
By nnlef of flon. 3. W. Melilrnin. JuiUe nf
alii comity court of Olackaina. county, Oregon
April V,Wi. K. WlM.iAMH,
To the taxpayer! of Falln View achool dlitrlct
Ko. IIS, ol Clackamaa county, Orciron:
The achool tax of the ahve nanicrl district
forthe year lMr2 1 now due, and mimt hejiald
to the iindnmlKucd at hid office In Kall'aVlew
within alxty day from the date of lliln notice,
or the aine will be relumed a dellnqeent,
Clerk School District No 98.
Dated Mill 27th day ol April, W 4-ild; 8 3
An ortlor man wont to your ros'iilt'iico v vy niurn
inn if (It'siroil.
E. E. WILLIAMS, THE GROCER,
MARK & ROHKKTSON,
PK.VI KKH IN
Domestic Mi lionet
MK TEAS, COFFKKS AND SPICKS,
California Fruits and Vctjetablcs.
7th anil Miulinon Streets, Sliivcly's liiiiUing, Oregon Citj'.
PAPER-HANGING AND KALSOMINING.
I carry the lurt'st ntnl host ussnrtoil sUk'V of wall impt-r ever lining lit
to Oregon City, nml will sell at l' rl huul prii-cs. I .ft nio give you
fijjurt's on your work.
Simp on Seventh strt'et, Ji-nr Center.
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE.
DR. L. M ANDREWS, Prop.
A Full Line of Freth Drugs and Medicines.
I Patent Moiliclneaof all M.ikos, Notions, Confuctlonpry, Cigars,
j ittr. itii'i iif r it ill i.i. i rii.i.i:!)
' Shivelev' ItliH'k, ...... Sr rtitli Street
20 2o & 170 rBONT ST.,
n. I. ROOT'S BEE SUPPLIES,
J. JONES & SON,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting tip Stored mid Repainti", (if nil kindn.
Jolihing Order l'r(itiiitly Executed,
it : tiii: i.om i.w r.
rShop corner Fourth and Water utreetH, hack ot l'ope A Co'i, tlregon City
T. 2VE. CROSS, Manager,
XJl J UUUUI
HAKIMV.t UK, l'HOVISIONS, 1I(0( KKItV, UI.ANSWAKK,
Holiday Goods and Gouts Furnishing Goods.
Nqi'Aiu? 1.14. 4.1 tit i i ::.
O-LAIDSTOITE " " - OREGON.
On Improved Farms of not
Ions than (50 acrea.
C. 0. T. Williams,
VV. If. BUKGIIAUDT.
Oregon City Express No I.
Llfdit frolRlit and parcels delivered to all
parts of the city.
Icave onlen with F. T. Barlow,
.iilliing you want .that I M uml
ovt'i'vlxuly knows what that in. If ymt
tliiit't st'tMvhiit you want ask fur it, an
my roou; in liuiilt'tl. Ilt'itt urn a fow
ariicles that aitt out of siht:
Markot Bnskots, Lunch Bas
kets, Clothos Baskots, Tubs,
Buckots.Washboards, (.'LOT. I Krt
PINS, 1.WIV CIUMNKYS AND
MJKNKKS, ST NK WAHIC, FKKP,
KTO , KTC.
fhir etiilv'iie I it eiui.lete In
every i!eiurtinetit, nml tell
Iiiim to i;mw nil kin. In of e
p'tnMe, linn ti I'lnnt nml
trim tn"e, lio t line, niel
wliHt tire the lr-it ferlilirern,
luiw to liuiiille Ikvk ete, ( tr.
Kree to nil- Semi fur It.
D. . peppy S Go's Seeds
ft K I
W iVXlUUMj UlUUUllUMj
DR. L. WHITE,
Ovorf.'auflnhl'l Unijj Htora,
Ofllce ila v from the I.Mh tn 'Jlllh of oanh month.
Artificial leclh on rutilicr, flrHt-clHaa, f 15,
Uold Hlllnif from li un. All
The leading Photographer of
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