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Oregon City Enterprise.
FRIDAY, JUNK 3, 1S2.
Clackamas Co. Directory,
Clerk ot Courts,
Assessor, - -SVhool
J W Mel.lrum
H. H. Johnson
W. W. H. Samson
W. T. hillock
8. B. 0li(f
John W. Noble
Pr. C. P.iiillivan
Circuit eourt eoneenes Brut Moods? la No
vember uJ third Monday in April.
Probst court In sessioa trst Monday In each
Commissioners eonrt meets lint Wednesday
After Crl Monday ot each mouth.
OKKGON' CITY OFFICKKS.
CaJet of Police -Aanr,
City Attornee, -
ftlreel Commissioner. -Sup
u n( Water Works,
- T. Wsnlllran
L. t, Porter
J. a. Piihlora
J. K Kh.dee
r j. ui
II K. Cross.
W. H. Howell
Councilmea-C. O. Albrlcht Jr.. H. L. kellt. 0
K. Greenman, W A. W hlte, J J. Cook. J.
W. OYounell, J. 0. Porter and T. P. Kan
dall. Council meets flrtt Wednesday of each month
tn city hll.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Do voo believe in SIGNS?
Try Cler' delicious ice cream.
For your lct cream soda go to Caler,s.
Receipt, note and order books at the
When you want iee cream by the
quart, pint or dish go to Casler'a,
Fnrnished rooms to let on the bluff.
Inquire at the Entkbi kisk office. 3t
Take your babies to the New York
trailer and get a good picture while yoa
have the chance.
Look at the complete refutation of
the charges against Maddock and Kama
by oo the first paper. See how Maddock
supported Samson both years he ran.
E J.Cushing of the Castle saloon was
arrested last Monday morning for keep
ing the front door of his saloon open on
Sunday. He pleaded guilty and was
fined 5 which he paid.
At the farmer' institme to he held in
New Era next Saturday the people are
Invited to bring basket lunches and
enjoy an informal dinner. The institute
will begin its work Friday night.
There will be a dance at New Era hall
very Tuesday and Friday evening dur
ing the continuance of the state Spiritu
alist camp meeting which will begin next
Friday, June 10. Music by the Clacka
Oregon City's bi?get political meot
will be held in Miively's theater Satur
day night. Judge Caplea will be present
and other speakers will assist in edifying
and enthusing the crowd. There is
nothing prosy about Jmltre Caplea.
A young Indian about twenty-four
years of age who had been attending the
training school at Chemawa was fishing
for eels in the Willamette last Friday
when he missed his footing and was
carried over the falls. No tracts of the
body were found.
There will be an elocutionary and
vocal entertainment at the Park Place
chapel Friday evening June 3, 1802 by
Professor Edwin II. Price and wife for
the benefit of the libiary fund. Come
and lend a helping band and we will
guarantee a good time.
The Teasel Creek campmeetlng of the
Methodist church south will begin Fri
day June 10 and close Sunday June 19.
The meeting will be conducted by Rev.
W. L. Mollory, pastor of the Teasel
Creek church. Rev. J. V. Craig and P.
P. Wilson of California will be in attend
ance. All are invited to attend.
Mr. Maddock met Louis Dickleman at
Sandy last week where he was engaged in
distributing the Courier Extra contain
ing bis own statement against Maddock.
Mr Maddock at once cornered Dickel
man and compelled him to eat his own
words in the presence of a number of
influential Germans of that locality.
John W. Confer, who diad in Feb
ruary 1891, bequeathed H 500 to Emma
Fishburn and $200 to her daughter Ada
both bequests being notes due deceased.
The daughter being but sixteen years of
age the mother has applied to be ap
pointed her guardian and has also male
application for the interest upon the notes
that has accumulated since the bequest
The national editorial association came
up from San Francisco arriving here by
special train over the Southern Pacific
Monday afternoon. There were twelve
coaches with about 400 delegates. They
disembarked from the train at Fourth
street and passed to the steamer Har
vest Queen -which was lying at the
Union Pacific wharf in readiness to carry
them to Portland.
Shively's theatre was crowded to the
doors last Monday night to witness -'The
Ivy Leaf," presented by the Powers'
company of New York; It was a first
slass performance.' The dancing and
singing were superb Bnd captured the
house completely. It was the best theat
rical performance ever in Oregon City.
Some confusion was caused by the dupli
cation of seat numbers on the chart.
This arose from having a defective box
sheet to sell from.
THE KKtU'MR MONTHLY SESSION
OF TIIK ASSOCIATION.
The Next Regular Meeting to he Held
In I'nlon School House at
At New Era school house last Satur
day the Clackamas county teacher'
association was called to order by
Superintendent Thomson. There were
about twenty-five teachers present
among whom were the following: The
Misses Williams, Hill, Brooks, Thomas,
Knight, lViering. Thomson, Porter,
Stephens and Messrs. Thomson, John
eon, Lee, Nelson, Winches, lunn, Robb,
Rogers, Hyatt, IVas, Draper, Darneil,
Weddell and others, beside a small
attendance of patrons and children.
, After reading the minutes the follow
ing teachers were duly proposed and
elected members of the association:
Misses Grace Moran and Bertha lViering,
and W. E. Johnson and M. E. Darnell.
Union school house, Damascus, was
chosen as the place of next meeting and
Mr. Robb, .Mr. Rogers and Misa Wil
liams were appointed to arrange the
C. Y. Draper then opened the. subject
of modes of punishment which was dis
cussed by the association. Miss W il
liams discussed rules and regulations
and was followed by the Misses Hill,
Brooks, Doering and several of the
gentlemen. Mr. Darr.eil then gave an
address on Humau Progress and Mr.
Pease read an able paper on advanced
penmanship, after which several short
speeches were made (or the good of the
At this juncture an interruption came
iu the form of an invitation from Warner
grange for the teachers to step over", into
the grange hall and take dinner to which
they heartily responded and did ample
justice to the bounteous repast spread
before them. ,
After dinner Dr. Casto introduced
Piof. Letcher of the state agricultural
college who made a pleasant address to
the assembled teacher.
The afternoon session was devoted en
tirely to the discussion of grammar
which became animated and interesting,
nearly all present taking part. The pro
gramme committee then reported the
following for next meeting:
Song A. N. Cook.
I anguage Work Miss Hill.
Busy Work Miss Baird.
Drawing in Country' Schools Miss
Brook and Mr. Hyatt.
Music by tbe association.
Use of Globe in School Work C. Y.
Methods of Teaching History G. H.
A vote of thanks was then given to
the women of Warner grange and the
W. C. T. U. for their hospitality in fur
nishing us such a good dinner and the
association adjourned . Hobnktte.
Loral Pentoqul Notes.
Miss Louise Andrews is recovering
from her long illness.
Misa May Hunter of Ilwaco is visiting
Miss Nellie Watner at Locust farm.
Mrs. W. W. Buck, who has been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. S. T. Tope, in
Victoria, has returned home.
Miss Lottie Baird left last Tuesday
afternoon for Heppner where she has a
position with the Gazette. Miss Lena
McCown will leave Friday for the same
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Barton of Granby,
Mass., parents of Mrs. G. W. Rich, ar
rived last Wednesday morning and 'will
remain here some time. They may
locate in Oregon City.
Mrs. B. C. Hawley arrived from
Watertown N. Y. last Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Hawley will occupy the
cottage being built by J, M. Taylor soon
aB it shall be finished.
Dr. J. W. iforris has resumed his
practice in this city after a long visit in
Illinois. He improved the opportunity
to attend some professional lectures in
Chicago and profited by some clinical
MADIllM K DID VOTE FOB SANSON,
New Eua, Or., Mav 30, 12. To whom
IT may concern : Having noticed an arti
cle in the Oregon Cily Courier of May 27,
that K, C. Maddock, republican candi
date for slieritl, refused to work or vote for
W. W. II. Samson, we, tire undersigned,
judges and clerks of election in New Era
precinct, Clackamas county, Oregon, at nn
election held in this precinct in June. 1HK,
certify that we saw Maddock take his ticket
off of tlie table and fold it in .our presence,
and that he did vote for Samson, and that
the statement published in the Oswego Iron
Worker to that effect Is a true and correct
To I Bi-ANciiARi), dent.
JU"fees (Matthias Doonky, dern;
fieri iJ- F-Hai'insjdem.
UtrK" C. H. Foster, rep.
Vote for Gordon E. Hayes for state sena
tor. He is not a political weather vane
shitting with every breeze that blows. He
is not In politics for revenge. He will make
an active and progressive and safe servant
of the people. He should be elected by a
WKATIIKR ASI CROPS,
Report ef the Condition In Western
Oregon for the Week.
The fore part of the week wat warm
and cloudless, while the latter part was
cool and cloudy. No rain has lallen dur
ing the week. The maximum tempera
ture ranged from seventy to eighty
degrees; the minimum tonerhire i
from forty to sixty degree.
The weather condition were exceed
ingly favorable to all vegetation and
there ha been a marked growth.
There Is already a desire for more rain
to moisten the surface soil, as it lia be
come quite dry and hard under th in-
(fluence of the warm, dry day. Fall
wheat and oats are heading In most
counties, while rye in section has headed
out. Late rows spring wheat Is not so
promising owing to the warm and dry
weather coming on so rapidly, and a
good rain would do it much good.
Clover, timothy and alfalfa is being cut,
much of it i down and being cured;
the hay crop i unusually heavy and ol
superior quality. Corn planting i
about done ; there ha been an increased
acreage of corn, especially in Clscka
maa and Jackson counties. I-ate pota
toes are being planted and summer fal
low is being worked. Hops are coming
up very iriegularly, but are making bet
ter growth than previously. Hop lice
have made their appearance.
St ran berries are ripening rapidly,
and the crop will be good one; rasp
and blackberries are in bloom. The
f uit crop is more or lest injured in
every county, In some counties the
peach crop Is short, in oilier rherriea
and prunes, In other apples. The I
rain and frost did the damage that at j
the time was itippoeed to have iieeu
The Columbia river ha risen during
the week about one foot a day, causing
back water at Portland and a rise in
the Willamette and 0 8 of a foot a day.
At Portland the lower docxs are covered.
Report indicate a steady and continu
ous rise of the Columbia.
Poktlano, May 25. The chief of the
weather bureau requests tbe publication
of the following data, compiled from the
record of observations for the month of
June, taken at this station during a
period of twenty year.
Mean or normal temperature de
grees. The warmest June was that of
188U with an average of tlft.8 degrees.
The tuldest June was that of 1S.S0 with
anaveiageof 69 5 degree. "The high
est temperature during any June was
9W degree on the 17th, 1870. The low
est temperature during any June was
39 degree on the 4th, 1875.
PRECIPITATION. (RAIN AND MKLTED BNOW.l
Average for the month, l.Htl inches.
Average number of davs with .01 of an
iiich or more, 11. The greatest monthly
precipitation was 5.38 inches in 1HHK.
The least monthly precipitation was
0.08 inches in 1S83. The greatest
amount of precipitation recorded in any
twenty-four consecutive hours was 0.94
inches on the 10th in 1H88.
CLOI'DS AND WIATMKR.
Average number of cloudless diivs
eight. Average number of partly cloudy
day, nine. Average number of cloudy
The prevailing winds have been from
the northwest The highest velocity
of the wind during any June was from
the southeast, thirty miles on the 3rd,
, A leather pocket book containing f-4'J0
in currency and some other papeis was
lost, probablv on the wagon -oad between
Silverton and Molalla Corners. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by com
municating with the nndurdgned owner.
' Jt'i H's Nelson,
Meadow Brook, Oregon.
Care A. S. Carlson. 4t
If you are dry just drop in at the post
office and get a good glass of Soda
Water. Free soda with every 25 cjnt
Window and door screens for sale by
J. Jones & Son, rear of Pope's hardware
A PATRIOTIC HOUir.
ttrerr penon wi It oppoaed to Frs Trot
Slavery and f.Ton American Industrial Ind
pandanos semired throngh th policy of Pro
tection, should read the dooumants published
by the Amerloaa Protective Tariff League. Aa
a patriotic citizen It le Tour duty to place theie
documents la the hand! of joor frlimdi. They
are Intereatln and Instructive, and embrace
discussions of all phases of the Tariff question.
The League publishes over CO different docu
ments, comprising nearly (100 pages of plainly
printed, carefully edited and reliable Informs
Hon. Among the authors of these documents
are. ITnn. Jsmes'O. Blaine: Wnt. McKlnlev, .Tr,,
Governor of ohioi Senator 8. M. rulloiu, of Illi
nois t Senator Jofteiih N. Dnlph, of Onjgon,.
H'triator A. H. Paddock, of Nfibninkat Kmuttor
Frye.of Maine; Senator Casey, of North linkofat
Senator Justin H. Morrll, of Vermont t Hemilor
Nelson W. Aldrlcll, of Klioile Jnlnnd; Hon.
Thomas ri.Duriler.of New Jersey ; jlon.Uoburt
P. Porter, of Washington; Prof. J. It. Dodge,
vf the Agricultural Duiiartnierit at Washing
tont Clonimodore W. II. T. If uglie ; Hon. K. A.
Hartshorn, of New York-; CoriKressnmn Dolllver,
of lowai Iton. H. K. Jones: David Hall ltice.of
Boston. Kx-Corigressnian Perkins, of Kmisasi
Dr. K. P. Miller, of New York ; llonJeo. Draper,
of Mass.; Hon. C.L. Kdwsrds, of Texasi .ludm.
Wm. f .awrence, of Ohio; Hon. D. O. llarrtmati,
of New York; Ilfn. ieo. S. Kotttwell, of Mass.f
Hon. H. H. Animldowu, of New York Kuootl
tfinsley, of Tennessee.
This complete set of documents will be tent
to any address, post paid, for Fifty (60) Cents,
Address, Wilbur W. Wskeman, Sec'y, No. tf
West Twenty-Third Street, New York,
Clwilt Court Cases.
Maon Ehrinan A Co,, wholesale
grocer of Portland, have pomineicod
uit against 8. 8. Jennings tor 1410 37
for gooda obtained. G. II. Dye U
John Ranietsch ask tor judgement In
the Mint of T173 80. against William
Counsel and William Paine on a labor
claim. The answer tiled by the de
fendant Is a general denial of the alle
gations In the complaint, it aver that
a contract to pay II a cord for piling
wood near Lent postofllce w ntd.
but that the contract waa abandoned by
plaintitr and all that waa due, f 150, whs
paid him. The wood In question baa
Another Heer Creek Kestlral
It i a well known (act that the Welsh
folks of Beaver creek take the lead in
enjoying a gol social time and festivals.
The next one will be held on Thursday
the 9th day of June, in the house ehw
by the Welsh church. Table will !e
sot at 3 o'clock p. in. and continue until
late in the evening. There wilt be a
nice full moon and a large gathering is
extected and everybody 1 Invited.
IVm't forget the day, Thursday the 9th.
Notice 1 hereby given that the annual
meeting o( the stockholder of the Ore
gon City Manufacturing company will
be held at the office of tbe company In
Oregon City on Saturdar July t, 1892 at
10 o'clock a. tn. of said day for the pur
pose ot electing directors of the corpora
tion to serve tor the ensuing year and
transacting such other business aa may
come before the stockholder' meeting.
M. A. Strattun,
Oregon City June 1. 1892 Sec'y .
Hull of lienor.
Following la a list ot the names cf
pupils alio have been neither absent
nor tardy during the month ending May
27: Blanche Pond, Hannah Strom
gren, Mesaull Cox, Montla Cox, Maiy
Donnahue, Earl Boylan, Hannah
lloylan, Emma Freeman.
II. M. Tayi or, Teacher.
Far Sale r Trade.
80 acs good land eight mile from
railroad, unimproved, good nhool ad
vantages and pure spring water. Price
.'00 or will trade lor property In or near
Oregon Cit). Enquire at Park Place
store or of L. D. Leonard,
MORSE-CAMP At the reetdeice ot
the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Morse. Iu Canemah, Wednesday
afternoon June 1, lSiiJ, Rev. Oilman
Parker of the Baptist church officia
ting, Mr. James It. Morse and Miss
Minnie Camp, both of Portland.
WELSH. At hi home short distance
up the ;Aherneihy from Oregon City,
Thursday night May 2i, 1892, John
Welsh aged fifty-four year
Meade Pot Attention!
On account of the state election the
regular meeting ol Meade Post I pout
poned one week. Una an Parker,
House fur Kent.
Hit-room cottage on the bluff at the
head of Fonrtti street stair for rent.
Pleasantly located and with city aater
in kitchen. Apply to F. A. Toepleman.
Oo not wear impermeable and tight
fitting hats that constrict the blixxl-ves-els
ot the scalp. Use Hall's Hair
Kenewer occasionally, and you will not
IVil. carbuncles, and eruptions ot all
kinds are nature's efforts to throw off
poison from the blood. This renlt may
he accomplished much more effectually
as well as agreeably, through the proper
excretory channels, channels the use of
No need to take those big cathartic
pills. Dr. J. II. Mclean's Little Liver
and Kidney l'illets are more agreeable
For rheumatic and neuratirla Pains,
rub in Dr. J. H. McLean' Volcanic
Oil Liniment, you will not suffer long,
but will be gratified with a speedy and
Sickness comes uninvited, and strong
men and women are forced to employ
means to restore their health and
strength. The most successful of all
known remedies for weakness, the origin
of all diseases, is Dr J. If. Melon's
(Strengthening Cordial and Blood Puri
tlor, . Justice blanks, real estate blanks, and
all other blanks at the Entkhi-kisk of
fice. Portland prices.
ffiiwt the life
that Is fighting
tion. Only at
Put it off, and
nothing can save
Von. lint, if tak
en In time. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Modlcal Discovery will cer
It must tie done through tho blood and
the " IJiscovory " Is tho most potent blnod
cleanser, Btrcrit'th-nwUmtr, mid flesh-bulldsT
that's known to fnodien neionce. Tho scrof
ulous nlfrf-tion of the luns that's cnllod
Consumption, and every form of Hcrofula
and Mood-taints, nil yield to it For Weak
Lungs, Spitting of Blond, Bronchitis, Asth
ma, and all snvere, lingering coughs, It's an
uncqualcd remedy. It's the mil; one that's
ywmmUml. If It doesn't iK'iieflt or cure,
In every case, you have your money back.
Can anything else, at any price, be really
as cheap f
Tou pay only for value received.
Something else, that pays the dealer bet
tor, may i offered aa "just as good. Per
haps it is, for him, hut it can't be, (or yens.
Park Plaee Store,
Aro aftor youquitronngo, ami by giving you but tor vitluod
Cor your nionoy than you can gotolnowhoro, projHwo to inako
it an indut'omont Cor you to givo im a Cair nharo oCyour
Our riUl'KS tloCy comju'titum, ami our niNtomors aro
daily finding out that money
Juslopened. Job Idt ol 'thied svrup.
Men's. Ladies' and Child-
Ing fast 1-e. a.ise ot the ex- W" f. U yds! u n hi a.ched.
.,. Choice mix d t sney,, ,1ft ',-i, i
Iremelow price at which And other gro.erie at cor- A m( Vi ( i? " I a VtU " " 1
they are marked. responding ptlce. J,' Uutyy ,
sW Cull in nntl eo our JtHplny
lino of Mt'ii'n biuI Hoy's straw-lints,
Facts so Plain that Those who Run May Read.
If you want to be sure of getting goods that have
Sole Leather Counters, Insoles, Middle Soles, Out
Soles and Heels, see that they have the PUNCH
(ftBft) TRADE MARK cut
No other line of Boots and Shoes In tho United
States have a Trade Mark that remains as long as
the Boot or Shoe Is worn. For sale at
LEWTH WAITE'S SHOE STORE.
MAKU & KOBKUTSON,
Domestic Mi hpM Groceries,
FINE TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES,
California Fruits and Vegetables.
Tth and Madison Strcots, Sliivoly's Huilding, Oregon City.
209 2nd & 170 FRONT ST.
7. I. ROOT'S BEE SUPPLIES,
The building now occupied by tho Oregon
City If on VVorkB, together with tho Engine,
Hoiltr nnd Lino Shafting. This is a good
chance for a Htnnll manufacturing plant,
Apply nt ollice of
J. KOAKE A CO,
PAPER-HANGING AND KALSOMINING.
I carry the largest and best assorted stock of wall paper over brought
to Oregon City, and will sell at Portland prices. Lot nio givo you
figures ori your work.
Shop on Seventh street, near Center.
ran bona vod by trading witlt uh.
per gal. . .M 1",''-' ' ",5
't ..... ! ',?!
of Milliimry (tikhIh, nml our "ixvUl
through leather near top.
Our catalogue is complete In
every department, and tells
how to grow all kinds ot ve
getables, how to plant ami
trim trees, how to use, and
what lire the licst fertilircrs,
how to handle bees etc, etc.
Free to all- Send fur it.
DJ. Ferry & Go's Seeds