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Oregon City nritcrprisc'l JULIUS LOGUS DEAD.
VTli fuy to build up Orei-on
Vttj I to iclte Oregon ( ity phi jronr
Receipt, note and order books at th
When you .want Ice cream by
quart, pint or dl.h no to ftaWr'i,
Wlnduw km) duor wtwik for sal by
J. June A Hon, rer of J'omTi hardware
Full stock of lubricating olli, bl ami
tb oliapt at Seventh (root d'tig
Tnwpl notices on cloth, large site,
nventy'ttv cent per dowin by r il at
Urn Etsi ofllc.
Oim tli Bvnth atrtmt bakery a trial.
Put bread, rks and pie delivered trm
to any wrt of Ilia city.
Portland price guaranteed at the new
DitUUiory atom of Miu Ulllan Wilkin
on No. 1 Commercial bank bloc k.
Full Una of trimmed and untrlimued
bat, all lata styles at Mlw Lillian Wil
kinson's o. 1 Commercial Hank
Tlie nit meeting of tlie county taach
err' awooittlnn vlll be bald at tha Un
ion aolitKil liouae, Psinesctis, Saturday of
You ran gut Jury fashion sheet at
lluotiay'a book Slor for the Mkina.
It ooutalna all of IHitterlrk's new atylne
for that month.
0. E, Margrave, builder, near tha
loot of Fall View italra, will aav you
money on building a home ami guar
Pon't pay labulooa prints for millinery
food when you ran gt all the laUt
style, lilmmlnge and ahapra at Uia
' I'ark riace Store at S' tha ueual prlre.
The attention of live pollc la Invited
to tiia fact that the lotmircira who fre
quent th east end of the auapenaloii
briilg constitute an able bodied nai
aanc Uiat eliould be abated .
Tba etale timelier' aaaodatlon will
bold a session In I'ortland June 28 to
July 1, Inclusive. HtiporlnUinrient
Thomson haa atldreased a circular letter
to Ilia U-acher of llil county urging
tbotn to attend the elate mtwting.
We have 70 bmtteada that we will
oil at f I to l.Sn;40 woven wire mat
treaeee fur tlM; &0 wool ruattrasae for
II.' Qther goods tuq numerous to men
tion hi abundant qnanlile at equally
, m prlrva. Mellow A Uuach, oppuoite
To nieal the demand of the trade C. A .
aab baa put in the flneat rk i.f
mualcal gnoda ever brought to Oregon
City, violins, guitar, accordions,
harmonica etc.," all of the very txvt
make and wbirb will be aold at I'ortland
price. Full atuck of atrlnga. Order
by mall promptly filled, Remember the
plum, at Nash's jewelry atom, oppoaite
Cbarman Brna .Work.
C. i. and W.'A. Hnnlley returned
Monday fiotn their wheeling tour up the
valley. They went from here to Salem
and then tip to Independence. They
cam bark via Monmouth and McMinn
villa spending Sunday in the Utter town.
Tliey crossed back to tlie eaat aid of the
river at Hay 'a lauding and came down
tnrongh Aurora. The roada were fine
and they had an enjoyable trip.
The council had a abort meeting last
Monday night at which It ordered pub
lished an ortlinance forbidding the
gathering of garbage between thehoura
of 7 a. m. and 9 p. in., and another one
levying a city tax of five mills on each
dollar of valuation. The committee on
health and police waa Instructed to have
aurvey made with a view to the estab
lishing of a sewerege system on the bill.
The Willamette I'ulp A Taper com
pany ia bringing timber from the lower
Columbia to convert into pulp. Heveral
rafta of log have been brought no lately.
Hitherto the co'tonwood up the Wil
lamette and ita branchea haa been the
chief aource of aupply for paper. Home
white fir and a lot of hemlock from the
lower Columbia thia week ie to be need
in an experimental way. If the hem
lock will make good pulp, and there
appears no good reason why it should
not, moat of the Umlwr for that purpose
ia likely to be brought from there.
IMS l.irK KfllrKI) II V APOPLEXY
A Prominent and Beapected ( Itlwn of
t lackamaa A Biographi
Lini. The Kant Bide
motor line ia coming right along toward
Oregon City. It li in operation to Sell
wood and the track will be completed to
Milwaukee in a few daya. The Glad
stone Mill company haa gotton out 2500
tioa and delivered them along the route
of the road north of the Clackamas.
The only reason why the bridge over the
Clackamas is not now under construction
is that the company ia waiting for the
Oregon City council to pas the right of
way ordinance for thia cityat least
ttiat is the reason given by the company.
Bo many changes haye been made In the
ordinance since Ita introduction that
tii company says it is not willing
to proceed with the line to this city
nnttl It finds out exactly what sort of a
franchise it can get here. This matter
will be decided at the regular meeting
July 8, If the ordinance be not further
aroendod, and tben the company will
push on to this city and have Its line in
operation thia aeason.
The city waa allocked by news of the
sudden death of Julius Logue last Mon
day afternoon. The newa aproed
rNpldly and bualneea waa temporarily
suspended. Ilia waa the miwt familiar
figure on the elreet and he always pre
sented a picture of rugged health. It
was hard to malice that he had died in
a moment without any warning.
Mr. Logua bad been down tewn ai
ueual In the morning. He ate hearty
dlnnsrand then took a horse and rode
down to tlie (arid juat noith of the city.
He returned about 3 O'clock and for a lit
tle while aat on the porch reading a newa
per. He tben went to the hammock
under the trees at the north side of the
house and lay tbnre for aome time when
workmen engaged In putting down a
cemtuit walk noticed that he waa breath
ing heavily and went to him. Ilia bat
had fallen down over bla face and when'
It waa raiiMxl be opened bla eye but
did. not move. The alarm waa given at
once and one of tlie men liaatened for
a physician It waa about three minutes
from the time the alarm waa given that
Ir Carll arrived but Mr. Logus waa
then dead. The cause of bis death waa
pronounced to be apoplexy. The end
came silently and swiftly and he lay
dead ip the hammock.
The Mlssua Logus, who had gone to
Mrs. Bestow 's a short time before were
notified of .the occurence. Message
were aent to relattvea In I'ortland.
Undertaker llolman A Warner dressed
the remains and the Knights of I'ythias
provided a watch. I'ortland relatives
arrived Tuesday morning and the
funeral arrangement were made.
The obsequies were set for Thuraday
morning at 8 :30 and were under the
auspice of the Knights of I'ythias, of
whlih order the deceased waa an active
member, .Mr. Logua waa a member of
the F.piacupal church but in the absence
of a clergvman of that faith ReV. 0. W,
l.ura of tlie Congregational church
oniciated. Achillea lodxe No. 3H, Knight
of Pythias, attended in a body aa did
also tlie board of trade. Alter a short
service at the house the remains were
conveyed to the steamer Alton and
taken to Lone Fir cemetery for burial.
The pall bearer were Ueo. A. Hard
ing. Chris. Ilolrg, K. Mathlaa, J. E
Htioadea, tieo.iC. Brownell ami Gordon
"K. ilayes Jltuuness bouses t w.-re
closed (luring the hour of the funeral.
Julius Logua waa born In Kanwinkle,
Prussia, October 20, 1M.I8. He came to
America In 1M and on the 2Nth of Nov
ember of that year be lamled in Orjgon
City and otitained employment with the
Arm of Albright A Iiri the members
of which were an elder brother of de
ceased and the father of C. O. Albright,
the present junior memlier of the firm.
In ltttil) Julius Logua purchased bis
brother's interest In the meat market
and ten yeaia later Charles O. Albright
succeeded his father, and the linn name
continued "Logua A Albright" to the
present. Mr. Logus was one of the in
corporators of the bank of Oregon City.
By his unwearying industry and fru
Ulity be accumulated a great deal of
property in Clackamas, I.lnn and
Multnomah counties. He owned a well
stocked ranch of 080 acres near Leb
anon and hold considerable valuable
proerty in East Portland. The estate
la estimated to be worth between 50,000
and IT.yOOO above all indebtedness.
Deceased bad served aa cltv councilman
several timea but bad never held any
other political office though he always
took a lively Interest lu politics.
In 1870 Mr. Lyus married Miss An
ton ia Bhweiker who preceded him to the
grave a little more than two years, name
ly, April 6, 1800. Three children are
left, Misses Augusta and Sophia, and
William, a lad about twelve years of
age. line brother, Charles, ar.d two sis
ters, Mrs. A, Burghardt and Mrs. J.,
Wentse live in Kast Portland and an
other brother, Frank, and sister, Mrs.
William Shiley, are in Germany.
Mr. liOitns was one of the moat pop
ular men in Clackamas county and lie
was universally iietil In liigu esteem.
Tliouuh born German he was proud of
American citisenstitp ang waa aa
HllOT WITH A LOAtlKO CTHli.
When Henry Hlinmeler was shot by
Martin Boylea at Park Place May 1 It was
supposed that the charge In the gun was
buck shot and bird abut. Heveral fine
hot struck Hlinmeler in (he head, one of
them destroying hi right eye. A larger
missile, aupioeod to be a buckshot, en
tered hla body about four inches below
his right nipple. Hie Doctors could not
find where It bed entered the abdominal
cavity and It waa supposed the ball bad
dropied out. On the opposite aide, bow
ever, a little below and a little back of
the loft nipple there waa a bunch which
bore the Indication! of a fractured rib
and it waa so treated.' Iliuimeler im
proved and was able to move about, even
coming up to town. But the difficulty in
bla leftside continued to trouble him
and had to be drained daily. Last Mon
day he drained the wound an J probed
It with bis jack knife when be discov
ered a piece of bias. Dr. Carll was
passing the house that day and 4i was
called In to look into the matter when
be found a loaded cartridge lying juat
under tlie skin.. It was a 44-00 rifle cart
ridge loaded. The patient was brought
to town and the cartridge removed
and be is getting along finely now.
The loaded cartridge must hay been
put in the shot nun on ton of the ordi'
nary charge and it waa not exploded by
the discharge. It passed entirely through
Hiinmeler'i body pieicing the dla
pnragm, wnicu is considered to M I
fatal wound, and juat missing the stom
ach, lower end of tlie omiphagua, hetrt
and aorta. If it bad hit any one of
these it would have been almost a
JIckhaii roams FouaTU, The Fourth
of July committee last Wednesday
lected the sits for the bsse ball game on
the west side of the river. A part of the
program will have to be carried out on
the east side on account of the better
ground for the races. The ssw log race
haa been changed to a hx rolling con
test in the river. The arrangement sre
being perfected for a big celebration
and an immense crowd will be in attend'
ance. There will be accommodations
for nearly 20,000 people. There will be
no celebration like it in the state.
O'Connkix A Gum's 8als. Tb
second semi-annual aale of O'Connell A
Glass I now In progress, Tbeir apc-
laities are 115 suit and 60 cent hat.
The firm has a large stock wi.k h it is
endeavoring to reduce before the dull
summer season and it is putting every
thing down to the lowest limit. This Is
tlie greatest suit and list sale ever made
in Orrgen City. You can get real bar
gains if you want anything in that
line. - " -.",.- . ...
Sotlce te-Brldfe Builder.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received at the otlk-e of the
county clerk of Clacksmae county up to
Thursday July 7 at 1 o'clock p. m. for
the construction of a bridue across IVep
creek on the Bradley and Kichy road.
Plans and specifications to be fur
nished bv bidder. All bids must be
sccompsnied by a deposit of five er
cent of their amount. The county re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
11. II. Johnson,
active a patriot as any native Yankee.
Ilia homespun geniality, his ruinred
honesty and hla liberality gave him
much influence among the people.
He was a man of strong convictions but
waa always disposed to be fair and rea
sonable. He waa progressive in busi
ness and active in supporting any meas
ure he endorsed. Ilia death is a dis
tinct loss to the community.
The following resolutions of respect to
the memory of Julius Loirns, weie passed
by Achilles Lodge No. 38 K. of P. :
Whshkas, The Supreme Kuler, hi his in
finite wisdom, has removed from our order
a well beloved member in the norson ol
Julius liOgua, therefore, b it
Resolved. That in the death or Brother
Julius Iogus we have lost a well tried,
brave and worthy knight, who, by hti con
nUtfliit lire and knightly conduct, has won a
Warm place in our lodge and hearts.
Kesolved. That this lodge hereby extends
to the family of our late lamented brother
itssympathy in the bourot their never and
Ketolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be spread niton the records of this
lodge, that a oopy lie sent to the family of
the late deceased, and that the charter ami
door of the lodg be dred in mourning for
thirty days. . Isaac Ackshmam,
J. E. Rhoadct, K. of K. and 8, - . v
From our pasture on or about May 1st
a buckskin colored mare, black mane
and tail, heavy with foal ; also one year
ling colt, color black with white stripe
in face. A liberal reward will be paid
for the return of same to os.
Loots A Alskioht.
June 22nd, 1802 if
A Home for Hale.
House and one lot on Fourteeth be
tween Main and Washington streets, will
be sold at a bargain for t-ash. Apply
to John Pierce on premises.
Farm Land Wanted.'
Will trade Oregon City and Portland
property with some cash for farm land
in Clackamas ceunty. Address Wil
lard Tucker, care Entkkprisi. tf
li you are all run down nave no
strength, no energy, and feel verv tired
an me tune take l)r. J. li. McLean's
Sarsaparilla. It will impart strength
anu vitality to your system.
For your Ice cream soils go to Coster's.
. Fourteen thousand pounds of straw
berries were shipped from Walla Walla
Monday through the express companies,
Wool is crowding Into The Dalles
warehouses in large quantities, and sev
eral wagons were unloaded Monday from
Grant county. Sales are slow, and
prices are very low.
Some 70,000 sheep bave been brought
In Morrow county this year by driver
from Colorado and California. Sam
Palmer alone has bought 40,000. The
price ranged from $2.25 for yearlings to
$3, for 3-year-olds.
Several Oregon companies have
staked out claims on Klamath river, all
the way from the mouth of Humbug to
Cottonwood, and are busily engaged in
building head and wingdams. The pros
pects are certainly very favorable for ex
cellent reward for the labor and capital
Literary ml lislral. ,
For the Literary and Musical Enter
tainment given under the auspices ot
Branch No. (H7, Catholic Knight of
America, at Pope's ball next Monday
evening, the following Is the
1. Willamette Hilrer Hand,
t. Chorus "Slugs Msrry 8oiif"-J. H.
i. t'lsno duet MImss Lou and Mai tie
4. Vocal solo The old Musician and the
Harp" Miss Louis pstpiet.
5. Itecltatlon "Tlmmy Butler and the
Owl '-Mr. P.J.Craitln.
8. Vocal sole" A Uaf from the Bpry"
-Miss Mattie Irar.
T. HeclUtlon-Mr. Edw. J. McKIUrlck.
I Piano and violin-" Th Merry Wive
, of W(udsor"-(Kiiwlal)-Mias Lou
' Drsr and Dr. Bnill Hcbubert.
. Vocal solo-"Oood Night Thou my
10. Zltber sole MIm Minnie Kuerten.
11. Zither solo- LarRlintto II Trovatore
' VrdlMr. Adolph Frederick.
11. " Discovery of Amsrlca. as related by
an Italian.'"-Mr. 0. E. Pusey.
1$. Vocal solo "Am Mser" (Oerman
Fr. HchubrtDr. Kn.ll Schubert.
11. Itecltatlon Maud Muller" (Whtt-
tlerf-Mrs. P. J. Crain.
li. Chorus-" ftllll I.Iks s 8an"-Oel.
. Svhla'ger) Introduction by th Pre-
lecture Subject, "Human Society as
Viewed by History and Keaaou"
Most Kev. W. H. Uro. D. D.
Chorus 'Wanderer's .MglitjSong"
IA' WliUmelle Sllrer Btnit. ' .'
Nearly all wooien bave good hair,
though many are gray, and few are bald.
Hall' Hair Reoewer restore the natural
color, and thickens the growth of the
You have household
' receipts aa well ' as
preHcriptions to fill?
t Charmandt Co. guar
antee accuracy "" at
; their prescr i p t i o n
Can find at Char
man & Co.'s the best
Belection of Perfura-
ery and toilet articles
in Oregon City; . . .
' . Making further inquiries
.. ,.' "r.f'n8 harms n A
C: . CTo" where you will find
all the leading makes of
' i i patent medicines. .
Can be saved bv buying
your paima, on 8, glass,
etc., of Charman & Co.
Special rates on large
In oompltanoewlth aa election held lit Clack
amas oouuty, Oreinn, on June . 1HW, at which
a majority of the votes east were strains! per
mitting tie running at large ot swine lu said
county, notice li hereby given that at the explr
etioa ol sixty (60) dayslram tb date of this
notice it will be unlawful lor awluetorua at
large ta any part of said county.
n. n. duHsstiH, iTOumr viera.
Dated this 28d day ol June, MM.
II ILL ID
rbe beat 6c A 10c cigar,
The Best Soda Water,
The Best French Mixed candy,
. The Best Plain Mixed candy,
The Best Stationery, Etc,
FOR THE LEAST MOJiEY.
AT THE POSTOFFICE.
FREE SODA WATER
With every 25 cent purchase.
BRANCH OFFICE, TROY STEAM LAUNDRY.
NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
8wled bids will be received until July 7,
IsM, st I o'clock p. m for the Improvement of
the Oregon City aud Cutting ! mill road, as fol
lows: 1st. For improvement of whole length of
2d. For lencth of road 10 be mmnleted nr
conimcratiou ol SJUMU, beginning at initial
point and worktufHwav from Ore iron Citv.
lid. For length of road to bs oumpleted fcr
consideration of 111X10, beglnuing st terminal
pniiu ana waning towsrai oreion City.
Profile and soecldoalioni on die In clerk's of
flee. Ouarautee denoilt & hat cent, of hlil re
quired The county reserves the right to re
ject any ana au oius. n. n. JOHNsoN.clerK.
jg H, RANDS,
NOTARY PUBLIC, REAL ESTATE
Office In the Post Office Building,
Oregon City, Oregon,
Q. W. CUSlCK, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
(Late of Portland.)
Office with Dr. M. Gieay, Aurora. Oregon.
"y 8. HURST,
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE
NOTARY PUBLIC A COLLECTOR.
Monet Loaned on Approved Beeurity.
GO TO THE
Best assortment, lowest prices, and all new, fresh goods.
Oregon City Iron Works for all kinds of Machine
work and Casting. ', . ., ""
ALL REPAIRS ; 7
To Traction Engines, Threshing Machines, Har
vesters, Mowers, Etc.; promptly attended to.
...'. . - . -. ..... i
r Are equal to the lowest to be had. in Portland. -' 1
Shop on Fifth St. near Main, Oregon City, '
SOME PEOPLE With inferior goods,
BUT Wo don't wish to fool any one.-
WE tell first class goods at .lower prices than any in
Oregon City, therefore,
GRD? rBC-i,. ...
".-- ':..'. f . v , k . -. ,
TRADE As people who buy of us once buy twice, and
are convinced that we are reliable and do not put off
6hoddy. wear for new.
Holman & Warner,
UNDERTAKING & EMBALMING.
MRS G W. RICH.
DECORATIVE NEEDLE V0RK
SEW DESIGNS IK STAMPING PATTEBKS.
Mail Orders Given Prompt and
. InstrnctloBS Glrea La EBiroiaerr.
Commercial Bank Block, Oregon City.
MARK & ROBERTSON,
Domestic Ana Iffljortei Groceries,
FINE TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES, 1 '
California Fruits and Vegetables.
7th and Madison Streets, Shively's Building, Oregon City.
o. r. W1NK8KT.
a. r. scbiptcki.
WINESET & SCRIPTURE,
UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS.
Largest stock of Coffins end Caskets kept Sooth ol Portland. Also cloth C0Tr4
and Metallic Caskets furnished to order. Ladies Burial Robes and
Gents' Burial Robes in stock.
Also Wagon and Carriage Making, Horse Shoeing and Gen
eral Blacksmithing on short notice.