Oregon City Iintcrprisc. HttllAY, HKI'TKMIIKH I.iirul I'l'lmiuiil Niilra. (i, II. Mlllnr u( ()mhii) wu In Ori'Knh t'ily Woiliicmliiy. Mix l--ni iiih lli'ilifitalinii ri'liirnml Irum lnr Imtu vlalt In Anhlaiul. I. C. Cnli'r mill liunlly will Irnvii thla week for Hill City, 8. l Mm. John MrCrarl.i'ii of I'urt luml waa vlMttinu Mm. V. Pratt Wmlm-ailay. Mm. 0. I). Nu.li mul Mm. I'. II. Davy of Anaka, Minn., art vlnllliiK t (j. A. Naali'a. W . C Jolinwin nluriK'i (roiii tint cuuhI ViMliiiniliiy mnl Mr. JiiIiiiwhi la tix rlil liiiino Miimlay. (ii'iiruit I'iiIimit mnl iIiiiikIiIit, Miaa Umf-Hmllh WmIiIImk. Tint nmrrlitKB of Mr. J. W, (imy mul Mini Hum M Hmllli iN'iMirrril at tlm lininx ul Mr. mnl Mm. (I II, UchIow, Murijui'illu VIII, IiihI Tiii'hiIuv I'VhiiIiik, Kt'V. Mr, Hid'IrwiHxl, a frliMiil of tlis fiiuilly who waa forrmirly imntur of the ('utiKn'KKtlunitl clitirrli lien), olllriaHiiK, Tlm I'liri'iniiny wriirrml at H o'clock. Tlm coiipltt hIikkI in tli Imy wlmlow mi ilir lovur'a knot of cream rimm tnl. Tlm Iiuiimi m olitWatuly ilicorati'tl with vliii' mul fliiwcm. Tlif lirlili) wor roMiiinii of wliifn liroi'Hili'il allk,ntrmim, wltli IiIkIi ntn k, mnl In Imr liair wit ormigu IiIohboiih. After tlm iiliiii rifHiiiony rufiKoli merit, wait daintily aarvetl to tlm com pany, Tlmmi prcwiit at tliti iiiik I ii 1 iiI i-d Mr. mul Mm. I!low, Mr mul Mm. J. T. AiMimin, Mr. mnl Mm. William vUlliim Mm. Ilii..il..y i , ' u" V, V " , .' II. H. hlrniiKP, .Mm. Jcrninouf I'urlliiiul, Mr. mul Mm C. Vul.i of Hun Dii-no MiMM, I.ot1i ii, A.iliu Cochran.-, mul Mim Mum Mill of IVrllmul wro v.,!,, tMuV. K.,i,t,i. I.,,,. ..!.. ill,..,. mnl lUllin ('(H'limnu mul .Mmwra. (', II. vimtliiK itt II. 1.. Kotly thin wk. Mr. mul Mm. I'. II. linker of a irntiit r vin'tltitf Mm. I!ukir'ii jmrnnla, Mr. mi. I Mm I'anirl Wllllama mmr Kly. MIm tiriicn Wllllama lift TiH-mlny NAMHKV III LCN. HcHlow. K. Hmllli Miul (iixirun Warner. Tin KiiNim waa formerly it iiicliir in tin Ort'Koii t'ily urinaria mul I now principal of tlm (piililic annul lit Park l'luce. TIki liriile in wall known aa morning tuvinil afiw Mnika with frinii.U clerk In Hi luml allien, wliura tt 1ml ifiul rnlativea In Klayum mul McMiiin-j 'J lilr. vlllu. TliOriim (!liy ImiuI Hrimil'il tti Mr. llrowiuill.Mr. mul Mm I.lvMii.rB "'"'l'1" hu"n "'' Kiul Mm. liitrliiw nrn tliullng tlm Cun-1 At tlm Vornor n Kourlli ami Mitin rtKtloiiiil t'uiivciitiuii in Furi'Mt drovu nlic' ulicrr tlicr Uruu cjcv- Knr Milft. Vm loti In Went 1'ortlmnl Ifcinlit near motor line. I Uvh oli UV) lot llnne. Mr. mul Mm. Fgimt Uve nii Hum lotH tlinrii. All ili!iti(l, price (Ml JM.r lot at $1 kt iiiniitli, No InlKriMt, no taxf. Hot) tli owmsr at lliu Cliir llouae on WimIucii.Iiiv nrii HatunUy. I 'ive lo 11 lot in North Purllmul at HM) I'll, tcrun ir ir inoiitli. lloimii anil lot on I' Mtrfut at '.'4ri0, Idrrrm i' r MiU in ( l(ivcrilnl at eat'li, tAJ loin hack of Iriiicton,a!l cluaruil at 117. a lot at (10 a moiilli. IjU in Multnomah on my lii'ina, IIoiiih ami lot In McMillcn'a aililition at iVNj on ay Ufrmn. 2lai:rf nar motor line for HM on mhv tt-mm, 6 or 10 acre tract mar 1'ortlaiuJ. Wilt alao exchange linn) of all ili-m riiition or lota. Twenty liucliifaa lola in llillnlioro on Main Btrcft near dank (750 a icce at (15 jx-r month. 10, or 40 acre trala near lli'ttverton at (:t6 per acre, len inilea from l'oftlmul only. W) acre near 1 1 ol brook atulion at (IS er a're. HO aciea near St. Helen at (0 Jr acre. j 'M acrea, near Nortli Yamhill at (! x;r acre, 1UI wtea near IdmeliiirK at (.'! vr acre. Half IjIih kn of 8 loin each in Axtoriu for (12-' each ; UK) feet on the corner of Kikthtti ami Main atreeta, Vancouver, 0Kite Martoiiic huililinx (H.',00, alao 200 feet a. in re on Main street, Vancover, till Week. O.H. Hatty of Hid Him of Itorthwiik V Hatty, I'ortlaliil, waa lalklnii luiaiuena to a lltiiulier ol Uri'iioii City (HHiplu laat Monday and Tueaduy Mr. J. J Cooke an I child are ex I'erl'aena I'm Hiitlon Aituliiat Imlcra I iiTertlon. ' I'mparuil for the Ktatu Hoard of Cliiirltiiia ami Correcllotia of Oregon, by W. K. Carll, M. H. and W. K, ltlne heart, M, I'., MemUim of the board.) Ilnmove all aonrcea of putrid emana tion, whether from Mtwera, jiriviua, uullum, liihahitiul nxiina or itugiiaiitj rl,titI wuier on aiirroiiniiiUK preiniwa Have waler examined lolcroacopically by a coiiiHitent pliyaician. If not free from ornaiiiii matter It nniat I lioilej Ijefore tiainXi a Impure waler ia by lar the luoat common oiiiiiof the tliaeaae. Drink a lillle water a poHHile, ami none Im:1 it'll rueula Kiu li Inmate Mhould receive at leant one huth of the entire body wr week. All miderclolhinx ahould )e aaahed and boiled once per week . I'nrl n't cleanlineaa of room and free ventilation are net-canary. (ver-riie fruit, taintml meat and cold'cookinl food ahould be avoidcil aa much aa poaalble. All food ahuiild be ciMiked and euten Hanu, meal nerved regularly, and no food ahould be cntcrt between ineuln. IHM.Nrr.1 TAMM. There ahould be a lilHira line of diain- fecianta, namely: Chloride of lime, u t,Mm. w oli in (tuipi at flW carlwlicacid, or common charciMl. freely )ech B0 ,.j10i,.e buainenii blix k for distributed in cenxil, draina, clowta , (m.njiO. Applv toowner W Iteidt for eaay and in all pla.va where water or wante ! lef ,. l'ortland odice Firnt atreel j. w. n. ReDHOuse, Watchmaker & Jeweler. All Work Done on the Prem ises and Warranted for Twelve Months. of any kind may be accumulated. To diainfect lieddiriK and clothing, iin merne them in a hot aolution of corroaive aubliiuat ,'uiercuric bichloride), one part to one tbounaml. Sunectei! canea ahould lie at our iaolated and the above mica faithfully obnerved . mini and the bugy dug up. Thin lig aa driven by a young colored man. Hud tiiirmnu, and bin pmience and good iM'hne in the trying nituulloii would In bald to mutch. Since the mina the reertinln fifkln.ui - -i , ; lioiii 1'icyuii Vliv, Weeka ... . . tion for the manhole and aeaer coiimv tlona, which waa fillid during the wet weather lat week, the atreet waa dcn ld ediy miry and hclme a Iwrricade waa put alnmt the dangeroua njxit one home ! iieai ly giit mired ami anolher attached (avled borne Ihia week from a two ! ,u mf l"" "ia animal Hail .u.V. vi.il .III, ilr. i',-,l,..' .r..il...rl I" ' unliilclied and anainted out of the Hubert Heutie, ill I'l'lidleton. I II. I lloliiiun went to Seattle Moll-j day to alien. I the meeting of the North- I went Funeral liireclom' aoclalioii, , In a three or four duva aennioii : J. li. rilaliuiy'a fnituly moved to Tort- j laud laal Saturday lo remain during the l've tieeu lena than fur a lew nc to H.I year, Mr. rilnbiiry reiiiaina piior thereto. T''e eiiiiiiiH toil atorm In II.Im ,-ltv Tin f.,mitt, v m r..jl. mointeneil the ertti nil lluil f.ill iilnuiin, .1 i' v, I Tl.i...J..i.. ....I . In be nii.bed ..,! f, I il i fl,B " ,llu l"ogiam being abm-nt, Yamblll. Mirwea Sidoiia V Jobnnoii and Victo ria Coiiibn of 1'nrllaud npeul Sunday in On-gon City vinilmg frieiuU and extrucl illg delight (loin the picturvuplctienn of the town and the uncoim-ion brilliance of the day. liev. and Mi. ( W. I.ucaa, liHtether ! Senator Croa la doing aoine exlen- wn tiumU'r of the ineiiilnr of the ' lv frading on liia rni,lnn prnH'rty i mructlve paii on Uical tieography rongrvgatjonal chinch, are attending j on Monroe anil Twelfth. About 1000 j tie 10llf 0r diuner had now r the annual Hw'liiig of the ntate aantHia yard of earth will Immoved. Twelfth,,, I'rofenaor Strange moved that tiunuf Coi)gfi.vlloualchurcheof Oiegon j rtreet iadown about fifteen feet from I lit) ! Suarliitendent (iilion ?lect the plat whiff) VIC'IVl" )f V"miy l Korni.outherne.gofhiabl.ak, which aloa ,,e prnm fr thaiwsl (iurkunia (ounly Iracliem' Aaaorlallon The regulur uieeling of the tem hem' anaociution of Clacknma county waa held at l.ogan lant Saturday. On ac- I count of l be rain the attendance was mil o large aa it would other ine have been. A number of teachcrn went out The meeting wa called to order by Kiicrintendcnt II. K. (iib-nin Several leachera whoae name between I'ine and Aah, v 8-ill If Satisfaction Guaranteed. Wakhes Regulated Free of Charge. No. 4, Commercial Bank Block, Oregon City, Oregon. PACIFIC UNIVERSITY & TUALATIN ACADEMY. KOHKST (IHOVE, OHECiON. One nf the ntilent ami lnt iiiipic'1 Irintltutlon In the Nnrlhimi. Cnllcire uM Acntn CourMii: (;inni,let. H'-leullflc iel Lltr-rnr?. rniunlnl opfMirtMiiltien for 'lvmieel wwrk u ChernUtry niel lilol'y. Hjhc iml llimnil,ll"U III lh KliKltkh hrnnrh! nli'i In Nor mal melhodi. J he CbiiM-rvnt'iry of MukIc itffvn xrrvlknt (ipportunillen for lh itiely uf ViH?nl and Iimriimeuul Uuic. KXI'KNSKH KKASONAM.K. BOARD l.N CUB AT KKDITKD HATKS. Full Term Hculri Vedneewluy, Heplemlier amt, tHga. FOR C iTAUHil E. AtiliKEHU, THOMAH McCLELLANI), reUlent. Iliicklen'a Arnli Salve. The Kent Salve in the world for Cuta, Rruiaea, Sorea, L'lwra, Salt Klieum, Kever Sore, Teller, Chapped llandn. Chilblain, Corn, and all Skin Krup liona, and positively cure I'ile, or no pay required. Ilia guaranteed to give ierfecl naliafaction, or money refunded, 'rii-e 'JS cent per box. For sale by ti A. Harding. ground ami the farmer are improving each 'hilling moment. Willi a lew : weeka ol Hue wenlher How the grnin bar vent ol next aa-anoii ill lie unpiece ilenli'il. The liulln ate receiving the unual ronnlgnmeiila by I mnl from up the j liver, lumever. committee wa apHinted to arrange a new program fur the day The management of m booh waa ably explained by 1'iofenaor I'ringle, followed by a general diacnanion. I'rofeanor H. S. Slraugu followed with a very irmtrnr live talk on School Woik. Calinthenic wailiitroducedbyJ.it. Nelnon. C. E. I'eane read a very interesting and In- Oiilr.ll Aiblllloii. SHc:al altenlion ia called to the beautiful, nightly and healthy locution for home rn reaaonable term to tnir c'mnera winhing to locate in Oregon City. Splendid water and other attrac tion in Central Addition. Fine ciib nrban pioperty in tracts of five acre or more, one mile and a quar ter from town. Several small but val uable larm for aale cheap and on eany term. Apply to I, U. Jannkv ith VV. Cary Johnnon. IT WILL PAY ANY ONE WANTING AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Farm, Dairy and MillMacliinery. Engines and Boilers, X-.': i W m. Farm for Sal Ik-aver Creek, Oregon, 80 acre, road on two aide, about 20 acrea in cultiva tion, good waler. variety of fruit trees. The whole or half for sale to suit pr chanem. By J. VV. May, owner, or L. K. Jan!y with W.Carey Johnson, tf firove Wanted T Exrhangf. Skvkstii Sraaar Cak. I .ant Mouday Judge Slearn rendered hi decinion in the Seventh street Injiinciion cane. Tlm decinion illnininnrd t hp cnmplalnl for A arMlual injunction rentraining the city fVItt U.IIL.rt ll.B ItMtlvn,. In .. tl.u ...lut , .. . ,i . , , , ion are IMxM fet and Hie crt will be about l'.M0 The tiall will be back to the jiorlbwartl. That elevation I being reduced and the whole bha-k brought lo pmpfr grade. K. I'arker wild i leam I at work on be job. OweC Kly ia buildiun i new ball over hU store at F.ly It Is already i well toward completion. The lllmen- arrranire ine urwram liar liiuiu&Ll i,M.ii.. f il, u..,u.i.i,.,n .,,,1 .n . ! . improved properW in Clackamas a report of the same to ttie local paper. The aaaocjation then adjourned to tneel on the lant SatM"lJ' In October, J n-ar ntoren. church, school and station, J farm property. alue T and F. T. SHt'TI, Clackama Oregon. 9-4t ol the alrvet linprovenieut and diasolved the temKirry injunction oblaineil from Judge Meldrum last winter wlien the Vroerty was adverlined for sale. The deciaion was verbal mid the decree had not been entered at the time of going to prena to Its exact form la not known, Attorney ('. I. laiourelte ha Wnthw chief counsel in reninting the city and in liis alwenoi (ruin the cllv it cniuit he aricertnlned w hether an apal win lie taken to the supreme con it. It is not probable that such an appeal w ill be taken, however, and nnlena it ia carried to the higher court the Seventh street cane may be cunnidcred ended . l,Kt Thiirnday waa too stormy to unit the Outing chili fin a tenuis tournament but the Blhilr will occur next Tueaduy afternoon nt the teunia ground on the hill beginning at o'clock. The public la welcome lo be preneut and w ituenatbe guinea which will continue all the nflcr niKin If the weather be favorable. ing?" retdied. "That detiends on the liver." And Ben Johnson doublleag a Keal!" l'ie double point to the puu. Tlifl enn i.,e. to lll.W,nl, nf lli.t ec,,. "' 'v q Ul rosy, Wry It lien Johnson, who wlien anked ' J- w- A. RetlhottM, the new London MalliK-k's qnenlion, "la life woith ,liv-! watchmaker, ia now getting nettled in mnnity and Mr. F.ly exhibit an enter prising spirit In providing the accommodation. Ttie Coos Bay A Itoaehurg Company has a large force of men at woik, and the number la being added to each week. Ten miles of the (rack have already been laid, and there is about five miles of rails on band. The company ha paid out about f'.M.OOO in the pant week, which clear away ita entire floating Indebtedness. thing bright, mountains of trouble melt like mountains of snow. The liver slug gih life dull, everything bltwj, mole hill of worry rise Into mountains of anxiety, and aa a result sick headache, tiiaxine, constipation. Two ways are open. Cure permanently or cure tem porarily. Take a pill or suffer, or take a pill and get well. Shock the syntein hy an overdose, or coax it by a mild, his new store two doors from the Com mercial bank on Main street. He is prepared to do good work and give satisfaction. He has bad eight years exerince at his trade, having been with Pent, the eminent London watch and chronometer maker to the govern ment, for three years before be came to this county. To Kent 9 acres commencing 210 feet from Oregon Citv line on the south : good for pasturing. For Sale Oakland, Corvalli and Ilnrrrirituirii n, In liai'n u-uttir work lalilr.. 'iHrr-i- i i...i .....l.. il,. ..-.it ! 1 )r- t'atai rh Kemedy. " " J ' ' cent; by druugmts i orvaiun aim wiikiiiiiii iihvii urucieu plan of the proponed wnrka to be made. n eanant wav 1i. i';..ww' to. P..H..I. H, mild means. They work elRvtively, A ction-e lot in sunset, late Linn mv, without pain, and leave the system I late Kohin's Nest. Enquire of S. Huelat strong. One, little, sugar-coated l'llet Main street, Oregon City. 3t is enough, although a whole vial costs, but 1!5 cents. The lest market nnee naid for tiro- J. 1'aulnon has Wight out J. II. Wade's livery stable property on Seventh street and will put a stock of groceries in the store on the Seventh street front Mild, gentle, soothing and healing is , dncc of allkinds at the Park Flaw store t miners, call in to our store ana we w ill trttat you well. Only 60 Trespass notices on cloth, large tir.o. Send to the Kntkri-rise ollice for your seventylive cents per doxeii by i ail at legal blanks. A single one or a hundred the Entekciiimk office. i ftirnisbeil at Portland prices. Clocks Rt Burnieister A Andersen 'b. The latest in visiting cards at the En Everyone warranted. tkri-kisk Okkick. Prices to suit you. FARM AND SPRING WAGONS, Open and Top Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Harness, Whips, Bale Ties, Barb wlre,Bin(ling Tw ine and .Machine Specialties and Supplies of all kinds to CALL ON OR CORRESPOND WITH MITCHELL-LEWIS & STAYER CO. New Market Block, - Portland, Oregon. GEORGE BROUGHTON, manufacturer of all kinds of FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER. FULL STOCK OF FLOORING, CEILING. RUSTIC AND FINISH ING LUMBER, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH. Special Bills Cut to Order- . Mill and Yard on the River, Foot of Main Street. OREGON CITY, OR. nn or ii7 H B aUa. .ally. Ail , MmiX BOSTON BOOTS ID SHOES. Drv Goods. Faft'cv Goods, Notions, Clothihq, Furnishing Goods We have bought ana mst received anotner Dig 101 01 gooas irorame east ax mucn less mau mauuiauici ap' ON SALE. A few articles we have at awfully low prices, besides lots of others. READ IT. il . .1.1 CfL.f Olinn-tl onoesi auuesi ouuwi LiuIIoh' (inA nu'n's posHninorn at ImJ., never war khown to Poll for W than 7.r in sfl. Mi'ii'u and huyn' vostx 250,, .tao. and -l.x, worth MM if 1 t,o $2. Bluck vi'lvct ribbons J of an iiU'lt Wide to 2 inches wldo Ho. H't yd., and J inch 21c. jmt yd. Kxtm heavy soamlcs kiiit'H' hoso (black) 2'hj. . worth rttc.., and another quality LulieH' black lioso for 10c, boat we have had yet. Ladies all wool hoso !lUn. (hoa) Mvn's heavy duck juiniMTH 'Joe, worth ,r)0e. Ladies' umbrellas, all '-fcilk, fancy handle, 1.75. Men's soft hats 65Cn 75C. and $l,and the best H.25, worth $1 to W.50. T)ty Good. Iled n.odieatcd flftiViu-l heavy 8flo;, : i)mxt at 25o. 'frHy shirting flannel 18c. IHue heavy Ililo. Nappfd Bh.irtinR 10l ll.'c and 12e.f . -!.!... I. ........ m Tlhliln ii'liPil mniilin . fcVlrti niinlitv .r)0. t:ncoKi!ii HiuruiiH iicivyj mv. ........... .,.... .....,, ,- bent bleached miwlin 12 yd. for$l, fc'good heavy cottdri il'annel, bleached .u.Ako,i in,, um..tiiv(if. 2Whd '2i vd. wul a. aOif.ft'od linen towel- ing, 7Jo. per yd( a firjo checked Wnen toweling exrkv1do at 10p.(ia pair fi.., nnltWn VoWfa. linen fininh 25fii. "n liriro sue turkish hath tAwnl. a bair. belit ilnRham, 12 yds. "nhwod qxiahtv cklico, 20 yil8 li, ttiWy'tidyHoVe'ls1 large size 2fto., afl -a vSfnaller 20c. A'iioe worked, fancy colnrs,i':iiKi'enuin,?1.2r),$1.45aiid .f 1.75. A very fine ladies' i i. v . , i -...i i- l . ... in ,.w...tl, UI"L. r 7.ri oiacii nosi1, warramea 10 iauo chick or sunn, o.'i;., .'in A ladies' oanheiherotlose, 45c, all wool. An extra tine embroidread horo Kfi(iu stanuuiff volW 2 for 5c. .ineiO. Ladies black silk mixed gloves 2!c. Corsets a big. bargln, This is one of the best corsets that is made, at '9.V., worth $1.50, eastern prices. Then we have plenty of cheaper kinds, tiarter elastic, 5c a yd., worth 10c. Wool veiling 5c, all colors, silk !lL,1, C L,l fun u'illi font.hnr triniillinirs. white and COl- ors 75c. Vorth $1.50. Dress buttons 5c. a doz. Oxidized silver pichWe frames' cabinet size 25c, big bargain. 15est quality snoe pouhn -w. 'Nice tinir ornements 5c. Silk lace in colors 5c. 2Je. pr yd. Men S OVershirtS all wool, $1.25. Men's all wool serge, black with Small whltA strines!. 35 worth $1.75. Men's mixed overshirts 95c, Mens AV'orkins shirts, 45c, 50c. and 55c. all colors, you ought to see the quality for the money. Boys' sUirts, aac ana joc. flien s reu nreiuwi ui undershirts 5o. Men's gray mixed undershirts 29c, and drawers 29c. Hoys' merino 25c.Men'8 all wool hose heavy, ;25c. More men S I- A 1 .1... t L. V an now call VOtl' YL COOI1 doth man's pant (no overalls) for 75c, 90c, 95c, 11.15 and $1.45. all worth double and some more man umm 4 i . fn man's lii,rn inn e)kiis $1.ft5. worth $2.50 anvwhere. Boys' hill stock heavv lace shoe $1.25 worth $1.75 anywhere, just the .. . i il" 3 AT. ...'a U.-,,... I.ina l-Lui fti tiling tor rougu weaincr ami guuu . mvu s iuij ". ;.. Dl.m ,.,o,lini. wniir-Vit. $145. T. ftilics medium weisrht everyday shoe, $1.25, and a little better article for $1.45 all worth more money. Ladies hne a rencn km snoe ti.o. e um mw uumuuii .(C l..,i;.a' ahAA rat Vinml Cnntfint. leather tins) we will Ul llllt' X'lCllVtl iVIVt v... ....... vf - , . . . close out at $2.85 and $2.95, a few cloth tops among them, this is a big . . . i i i r I. .,1 . 1 ,( .i-1. i .li oln'Offfi bargain. e aiso nave a iew numuns muii'w biho Hn ii,jo sell from $6 to $8 a pair, we will close out at $3.95. Babys, shoes 25c. a pair. Boys' and girl's school shoes, heel and spring heel 75c, 95c $1.15, this is another one of our bargains we do not have every . Till- -1 41 OK ln.l;,.a cNncAy ltanil caiirail liav. An Old laaies congress snoe, fi.iu, uiu iwun cupi, vi, anil turned, 95c, worth $1.50. We have a few oxfords left with cloth tops number 2$, 3 and 3 to close out at $1 a pair regular price $2.50. We also have among this lot a line of girls tanned leather shoes we will sell at 69c. a pair, best wearing shoe ever made. THE BOSTON STORE.