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Oregon City Enterprise.
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flh In Ilm Kunily rivtr to aini tliti work
t thr) CUrkaiiiaa Inilchcry. Thtrc rt
lint aiilumn Din, null In tli l Inrknunta to
H't an Hili'iiiiUii aiiihly ol rm fmui for
thu artilli'iiil liatililnij. I.m-t viar an
alli'mpl waa iimilo to runm U'lmv tln
iilaibitoiio ihiiu to jji't nn ailililimm)
ii)ly tint tlin lilvli watir i-amt) Miu
th gg roiilil U niovii! ami aomithn!
likn K),iaHl of IIi.mii worn lout. The
truuhln la Unit no wlir nn lx ohtuini'il
tlirro t How mr tho had liiiiK tMiixha
at an altnti.lt. Iiighfr than liitili wattr In
the rlvtr Hut on the Hintly a ait ha
lirnn awliM'ttnl hir apriiiK walrr in
ahutiilaiii'v tan lx olitaiiml ttvyoii.t
ilaiiir from any nomlhln )iih watttr,
and a ton! will I t-rwied anil yU'lniil
trougha taknn thcra to atart tli rlt,
A rack, km, niuat In) ronatruottl arroaa
the alrram anil aomc lra built. Thla
Its la ahotit (lltn milca from tln
'! kamaa tialchory ami lour inilna from
llrraliam. Aftt the rx have betin in
tint hatihlng Ironitha a Unit thrwi wiHka
(liy are louuh enoiinti to aland niovlng
and thny will tie hroiihl to the I' lark a
nut! tiaU'lier and the work thore com-
Th Onn Kxi.ixwa' ViaiT. Thevlall of
the aovereigu grand lodge of Odd Fellow
to Oregon Clly waa not a long a bad
been expected. The excuraion train
went up the valley on the treat aide road
to Corvalll Wednesday of laat week,
went acroaato Albany and then down
the east aide. The atop at Albany and
Salem were longer than bad len ar
ranged for eo the train, w hich conaiated
of ten coachea well tilled, waa an hour
and a half behind time al Oregon City,
arriving at II ::() liiatead of A o'clock a
had been planned. Aa tliia waa the
hfinr they were dun inl'orllaiid lo par
ticipate In exorciee ol the order ar
ranged there the train halted only about
tlve minute and then continued on to
thoenil of the journey. The board of
trade distributed among tho excuraitm
lnt 000 copie of the liiindaomeHt aou
venlr gotten out anywhere for the Odd
Kullowa. It conalaled of a folder with a
line half tone of the fall printed over
biilftinlonthe fit at page, a cut of the
atiapenaion bridge on the laat pago and
the two innldii pages carrying a abort
(leacription of the city, it imliiBlriiil
udvantiii.'ea and hiaturlcal feature. No
liner job of the kind waa ever turned out
in the NorthweHt. It waa a credit to the
board of Initio and lo thu KmkiiI'hihk
job room, which did tho work.
SKWKlia AlTHOACHINll CoMI'I.KTION
The aewerugo system below the bluff la
rapidly nenrlng completion. Two week
morn of good weather will milllco to fin
IhIi tho contract . It I now done on
Main street from Kighth to the "basin"
on Water street from Sixth to Fourth,
and Ilm brunches on Third, Fourth,
Fifth, Sixth and Seventh streets. The
sowers have been flushed out fiiHt us
constructed and are found entirely Hiit
iafiictory. Thu ventilation unforced by
having the cover to (he manholes bo
that thoro will be a free passugo of air
through them will prevent the collec
tion of sowor gus and the possible dam
ago that might result therefrom. No
tice of the assessment for tho aowors ap
pears in this paper.
Tim 1'uiii.io Hciiooi.. The Oregon
City public schools opened lust Monday
with !lft4 enrolled the firBt day a con
siderably larger nuinbor than was en
rolled the first day lust year. The total
enrollment for the first wook last year
was 404 while 415 had been registered
tha flrat throe duva this term. The
corps of teacher consists of Prof. R. W
rrlliKln, principal. Olio. I, Story
aevimlli gride, MIm Kminie I'orlur
Ixlli vmu, Mini Jtiitln Wade fifth
grade, Ml Kuiilr DiiimMiton fourth
grade, MIM Llmh Mi Cown thin grade,
MmaTacey Wllkinioii Micmid riln and
MImii May Kelly flrat giade. U lien
tlit'ly philmlilii Unit ciwlnK til Ilm large
miiMiiluiirii Hiiolhi.r tiiiuilinr will moid lt
employed itml Hiiollior room iijkcitUfiI In
which In linmlln Ilm overflow from oiun
of tin. xmkIkk. Will, m ru illtl at
liuud tin. eight t.HK'lii'rn nu ,i proper-
ly iimirui't morn limn l
milt 400 iii'iiiIh
h lewa liutiiiii.r wouhl nivtt innrti autialiti
lory rratilta. '1'liu .iij.IU who ilt aire to
I'litnr thu i hiii t ida ahould he itnrolleil
Mtonm iia there will hum, oijiortuiilly
r ' "t m.xt Moinlay
till the otKHiiir.atinn of a now i'Iuni In
(iniNii tiik Km Mia, V. I', Turner, a
oalu clink on tint Itoalon, S.rili(llt.li
and Nnw York, run aentout a laiok lat
July for a I'olli'clinn of the luiiri.aaiona
of tlntiliK ataiiijHi ol Ilm .liiri.mnt xmi of
Bina ami railway mail ronliia lo, It i.
I'fK'tt I lla (Irat ataiup In lloalon, July 22
ami atartml weatwanl over the lloaton,
I'roviilani'it A Now Yoik run. It mai ded
Orcnon C'ly from the Hound eountry
laal Tueaduy, AIkiuI half the a-t-t had
own wrlltun or atam:m upon and moat
ol the prima roiild only U claaaillwl ; lay about two wm-ka will aufflce to com
under the head etc." It conlainwl 1 plele the work. If, however, it la re
pholimrapln, oraw lntta and mlacellano-! quired that the blotter be none over
ou meaaMKea ol all degreea of irrelevance.
It went down the coaat fioui hem,
Yoinii Akno-Amknicam. An
Inatrurtlvt and ertjoyahlu atereoptiran
entertainment on mlaaionary life and
woik among the colored iieonla of the
anutli will lie given at the Congregational
iliurcli on l-inlny evening hepi. ,'10 by j
ii.. t . . i t ' . ... . . .. . . !
ivev. jui-.n r.. noy, i i, tint nelil
ecretary ol the American .Miaalnuary
aaa.H luti. in, liev K. P.( iiaxl win aava ol the
elili-rtaiiiuimil "No church can afford lo
ml aiH'h a rare evening' pleaaura."
Kev. Arthur l.ittl" I). I. aava ' It inakea
aililiulurlvteal anme of the moat aignill-1
i tem rnapiera in American lualory."
Thla eiilerlainmeiit ia frtm lo all, with
the privilege of taking a collection le
erved. Coi.ixii-a Dv Omurm. The
general committee on tha joint cehtbta
Hon of Colum'iua ilay in Ihia t it met
at tho county auperinletuleiit'h olllce
laat .Monday and apHinted the following
aiib-rommiHee lo look after the detalla
of the ndebialioii : On program Hev.
Kr. Ilillehtand, Supt II. 8. liihaon,
Miaa Fannie U. l'jrter and Prof. H.
O Pringle. On apeaker Mia Fannie
(I. Porter, (iao. 11. Dunn and Mr.
Pierce. On band Supt. H. H. (illMion,
Kev. Fr. lllllebrand and Mia Mollie
Uanklna. On ortler of niarth-Mra.
Turner I,unn ,,J R"-
AaoTiia Haloo Kow. Itarney Dolan
and Andnmiru Clark (colored) got into
an argument over game ol card In
Putter A Kelly' saloon laat Saturday
night and Andronicu I wearing hia
head in a aling thla week on account
of il. The argument began by the
colored gentleman whacking IHilan over
the head with a cribhage board. Then
IKilan lay il hjii the darkey and smote
him hip and thigh and especially upon
the head until the latter waa very griev
ously afflicted. No arrest were made.
Itoth spilt blood and both em content
to keep out of the courts.
Kkadino Koom K.ntkhtainmkst
Next Tuesday evening there will be a
free reading room entertainment and
business meeting at Pope' hall. Eu
phoney orchestra consisting of ten
memlier will contribute instrumental
nuwic, there will be oine vocal number
and short atldrease on the reading room
subject. All member of the reading
room association are expected to be
nreaent. The constitution of the new
organisation will be read and discussed
and other business transacted. There
will be no admission fee charged and
everybody is Invited.
An Annivkhsaiiy Pahty, I-ast Mon-1
day was Ihu twenty
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-lllill Mllllivi'iniii v ui.
the wedding of Mr. anil Mr. David
Olds and also tho birthday of their
youngest daughter, (ioorgie. A goodly
company ol tliuir irieiuis mot al ine
family residence on Falls View to cele
brate tho event. Some twenty-live or
thirty people were present. Several
nice presents of silverware were given to
Mr. and Mrs. Olds and to their daughter.
Tho presentation was made by the Kev.
Sykos in u neat address after which the
company set a nice lunch and hud a
good time in general.
Hook and Kyk Social. There will lie
a "hook and eyo" social at the Baptist
church Friday night. A lino entertain
ment for 10 cents up stairs and then the
social in the basement where the gen
tlemen will bo assisted in "hooking" a
girl. Tho ladies are requested to bring
a hook and eye decorated to match, with
a tiny ribbon, or any way they choose.
Ice cream and cake
Will OU KJ'tDU 111
the dining room.
A Univkrsal HttAurifiKU. Harmless,
effective and aureeablo, Ayer'a Hair
Vigor has taken high rank among toilet
articles. Tins preparation causes thin,
weak hair to become abundant, strong,
and henlthyt and restore gray hair to
its original color.
Turk Mii.k. Johnson & Warnack
will deliver pure, freali milk to all parts
of the city both morning and evening.
Good pasture, pure water and healthy
Vr Kivki NAvioATum. The Heamer
Mmiunlllo, Klwoxl mi! Modi urn now
lmy on the river carrying grain, flour,
hop and iiinri liniliw am have ill they
cn handle. Tli late ruiiiH ralod t tin
water bIhivii tlin full ahout night liiehi'
mill lii'low nearly two feet, hill thin '
hardly enough to warrant tl in aieainer
in going up to Hitli'in, 'i'hny ply from
thu Yamhill down. TIih nnprovuiiipn',
ill in;M'H lit Him full" ha liuil the
I'll'i'i t ol raining lh wutir aomu twenty
aix inlh'a mi airi-ain an thiit'.lt wan a
rropllhlo khl In ttHvlgiition. Tim
I'oflVir iliini howevir lalara the wnU r
innia than the cruiNiieiil dam will, thtt
lutti.r atrimture only ruialnit the WBU-r
' ahout a f-mt at tint hrink of tlin fiilla.
llutlhat ralao will le ol con.d..rahle
l Ill l navigation alv the (alia
during tha low witter aeaaon for It only
lakea a lew luchea lo mnkn Ihi: diirerenre
hot ween eaay and poor running for the
IlKht draught up rlinr boata.
I'HixiNKaa or rilKaKN'M)WNKK llooKa,
I'lm examination and verillialion o(
the iirrattnt-owiwr hooka km- on alow ly.
All the town Iota wore pgaaud aome time
aio and a large rt of the at reaite
profwrty of the county haa tiaal under
examination. The work of comparison
with the recorda la now In proiiraa and
i If there he no furllmr interrui.tion or
, thomiik-hlv and aearchiimlv in niakimr
up the reort and the compariaoiie made
on that baaia, which la not at all (in-
! l'rol",l,l,i "'"V Uke aix uion.lia yet lo
,,le J"" preaenl a projier re-
f"""1. The main thing now ia to have
' c,"rm t ""d few monthaof
J time will not matter il
mat en.l aliall lie
TiixCamiv Bai-oon. A paer ia Unng
circulated in C'anhy by H. Matlutw ask
ing Suahaiier, the proprietor, to with
draw (roiu the buaineaa and adviaing the
iHindamen lo withdraw from Ilia bond.
It ia being very niimerouly igned.
8 '"'r J, "", ''IB fmeat It is J
, in m un muiin win oe oegiin
againut him for running a disorderly
houaoand there la an impression that
uch. charge could eaailvL snhstanU.
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aieu. it ia sum itml the Canity aaloon
ia an unproliMble venture both for it
pioprietor and for the community.
llaowxKi.L at IIabww. Chairman
Brownell held his meeting at Barlow
last Friday night according to agreement.
Hut it waa a bad night out of door
stormy overhead and muddy underfoot.
Still tiie hall wa well filled, a number
going over to the meeting from Needy.
Mr. Hrownell apoke about two hour,
holding Ilia closest attention of the
audience and getting genaroua applause.
He presented the isauea fairly and
weie well paid for braving the storm to
attend the meeting.
Boat roa tub KxpoaiTion. Hero
alter on Sal unlay night during the
continuance of the Portland exposition
the Oregon City boat will mis it 6:00
o'clock trip up from Portland, and will
leave at 11:30 Instead. Round trip
ticket including admission to the ex
position 90 cents.
Dklinui'kst Taxxs. City Collector
Khodes give notice that after Saturday,
October 1, the city taxea remaining un
paid will be delinquent and costs will
then be added to the taxes. His office
hour are irom 10 A. M. to 6:15 P. M.,
room 3, Charman block.
E at licit AN iFt UOPS .
of the Condition In Western
Oregon for the Week.
The temperature has been deficient
from two to four degrees a day; It has
ranged from 40 to 80 degrees. There
haa lieen an absence of frost. On the
morning of the 22nd the barometer fell
rapidly and a severe wind gtorm, accom
panied by heavy rain, occurred dining
the afternoon ; rain continued up to Ihe
Or.,1. ...1,..,, ,,dP:,,,. w.iall,ur timi'uiUI
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rummy niiu niuimtij weno niuixiimjo.
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Hie ruin cieareu iiiu aiiiioi-iiiirio oi
smoke and quenched many of the forest
fires. The rainfall amounted to over
throe inches aloinr the northwest coast
from 1. IK) to UK) Inches in the Willam
amette valley and from .60 to .85 of an
inch in southern Oregon.
The rains were of great bonetlt to agri
cultural operations, and injurious to
none of the crops. The ground has
boon softened up sufficient to allow of
uenernl ploughing anil seeding. A large
acreage of fall sown grain is being pre
pared. Hops have been safely secured,
a better crop than was expected was
gathered. Corn is riie and ready to
cut. Potatoes are being dug, but are
turning out fairly well. Figs are ripe in
Curry county and a very good cipp.
Scarcely a day passes without the
tho news of some larrge failure flashing
over the wires the usual result of spec
ulation In stock or some equally danger
ous venture. The same electric current
carries to dear distant friend the sad tid
ings of death of loved ones too often
the result ol speculation in patent nos
trums. Moore's Revealed Remedy iB
no speculation but is sold on positive
guarantee. Do not fail to go to your
druggist and ask for your money if not
satisllod. We know you will go and
buy another bottle. For sale by all
The finest line of cigars in Oregon
City Seventh street drug store.
Idlea'aml Uniitg', roW at Iloliran A.
Warnnr'a UmlnrtakiiiK parlora. If
llolnian rtWarnur, Unditrtakera and
Kinhalim.ra, OritKonClty Hank liiildln.
r-iwiliniin'a aoothinK jMiwilera for
teelhliig hahii-g a, fVeriali children,
now only fifty n-nta a parkot. Amcpt
none hut HltMlman'a. tf
Wedding atationery, the luteal atylea
ami fluent anwirtnmiit ever brought to
Oregiin city g( th Kntukciuhk olflce.
d'ntral addition toOiegon City in lota
and blia ka to wuit puntliaaer, l'roiierty
cheap, terma May. Htm L. It. Jaunxv,
" J"","M'nJ . tf
If you want furniture go to Itellomy A
Bwli 0pKiaiU poat ollice. You can get
bedroom auila fur H.70. Call and ex-
tl w here
I-oungea, chaira, etc., nidiolMere.) at
Iloliuau A Warner'a. All work guar
anteed. Hej air all your old lounge for
llitle money and they will be good a
ISIuiik note, receipt and order book
t the KNTKMeaiai otlice.
When you are In need of rublier good,
oil clothing, ladle and genla overalioea
nil rublier boola. Don't forgtt that
Hamilton A Waahbiirn of the Park
I'laoe atoie keep everything in thi line
that ia needed. tf
Bellomy A liuach, the houae furniah
er will aell .i belrooin auit 20x24
Iwveled glaaa for lfl. A ah Cheval miU
forIH. IteilateaiU and chaira aold at
the loweat price fnim August 15tll to
Nn.temla.r 1Mb. Now
ia the time to
J buy your furniture.
Jnatii e blanks, teal estate blanks, and
all othei blanka al the Kntkki'Misk of
fice. Portland prices.
Ileautlful NDliiirntn Home.
One mile and a ouarter fiom town,
good board walk mint ilie lun.l .
tracu to auit purchaser, U-r-u easy, the
iineni auuurnan proity olleretl lor sale
on ,,ie niarkel New proiaoted
S "B'(J,r7 ,IJwtl."nd- "''
'iyi.,.,J- JaN!KY W-
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It ban Wri said that were man
constant he would be perfect It
will breed distrust to offer " some
thing for nothing." We would ex
pect you to watch us the rfttxif the
ne.'" We have but one 'j pr0per
aim to give good value a ,11 the
time. The beat "offer" we think
of to induce you to buy of us is to
give you what you want and charge
the right price every time.
Our prescriptions, our toilet arti
cles, our paints and oils, in fact
everything we carry are " one price
to all." We invite comparison.
Caufield & Huntley,
Near the Court House, Oregon City.
Will soon be needed. We bought
our School Books and School Sup
plies last spring and they came by
clipper from New York.
By buying so early we got a
special discount; freight by clipper
is about one-third of R. R. rates;
together they make a saving on a
bill of school supplies, and it
you buy your books at the
OREGON CITY BOOK STORE,
(Next door to P. 0.)
W. A HUNTLEY, Prop.
P. S. Prices are uniform. The
smallest boy can buy as cheaply as
the largest man .
NEW YORK GALLERY.
Photographs Delivered Promptly in the
Finest Style of Art.
Fine Crayon Work a Specialty
Old Pictures Copied to Any Size. Satis
OalUrjHerroitOfBo, 0BEQ0H OUT, 0.
THOS. CHARMAN & SON
PIONEER a STORE
Have just received the largest invoice, direct from
New York, ever brought to Oregon City, of
?loaKs! ?ioaKs! loals!
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S,
All of the latest cut and of a superior class of goods.
-MEN'S, YOUTH' AND BOYS'-
Direct from Chicago, and the most complete line
ever brought to Oregon City.
Mackintoshes and Rubber Goods
Of all kinds, and the Celebrated Duck brand of Umbrellas.
All fresh and of superior quality.
One Price to All-No Baits-And That the Lowest.
Having decided to go oat of business, I
ball offer my entire stock ol
Fancy Goods and :
Needle Work Supplies
Sale commences October 1.
Come early and secure the
Oregon City Iron
work and Casting.
To Traction Engines, Threshing Machines, Har
vesters, Mowers, Etc., promptly attended to.
Are equal to the lowest to be had in Portland.
Shop on Fifth St. near Main, Oregon City,
J. ROAKE, Prop.
CITY VIEW MARKET,
HENRY BOYER, Proprietor,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresli Beef, Mutton, Pork, Ham, Bacon and Lard.
THE BEST OF MEAT KEPT AND SATISFACTION GIVEN,
SHOP ON 8EVENTH STREET. AT HEAD OF 8TAIR8.
MOODY & VAUGHAN,
Leaders in Low Prices.
Their stock is complete in
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes, Notions, Etc,
Country Produce Handled.
Works for all kinds of Machine
W. H. COOKE, Manager,
Successor to V. H. T i L. Co.
Corner Fourth and Main Streets,
The LEADING LIVERY STABLE
of the City. Rigs of any description
furnished on short notice.
All kinds of Truck and Delivery Busi-
ness promptly attended to.
Horses Boarded and Fed on reason