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Oregon City Enterprise.
FK1IUY. OOTOHKK 7, IS92.
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J. W MoMrnm
Olfrk of Courts,
ixv r. Morton
i W , ItAUOIlg
S. M. Kiuv.kIw
J. O Wotliort'A
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OKKiiON CITY okfickks. j
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Chief l Police -
I., u Ivrter ,
J KnMom ;
J. K Kh.l-i
It' F." cross, j
tinnt of W alt,r Work.
c. Iloivrs ;
Citv Kncineer. - - Siiimy Srarth.
CounoiSmen-O. O AlhrleM. Jr.. H. L. Kelly. C.
K . tinvnman. W A. w hit. J J. Cooke. J.
W. ovouueil, J.tf. l'ortor anj T. f. Ku-
Cnnoil ntwtsdrst WclnosJsy otftch mouth
tm city hall.
Circuit eonrt conwic Brsl Mondsy la So-Tembt-r
and ihlrvl Monday in April.
Protxtf court in sowion first Monday In sack
Commissioners court mosts tint W'edudy
after Arsl -ondv ol rich month.
gF The way to build up Oregon
City Is to fire Oregon Otj people jonr
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
County court is in session this week.
Don't forget the board of trade meet
ing next Monday night.
Lou. Poolittle is recovering from the
ffects of his gunshot wound.
One price to all and all goods marked
in plain figures at the Park Place store.
J. S. Courtney M. P., physician and
urgeon, room 5 and 6, Chamiau block, i
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Full stock of lubncat.ng o.ls, best nd
cheapest at Seventh street d'Dg i
School deportment cartls one cent
each, good for term, at the Esterpriss
Furnished rooms and board in private
fwiuly. First door back of Commercial
The board of trade will consider the
matter of advertising next Monday
Take your babies to the New York
trailer and net a irood picture while von :
Iha ,.!!. I
Who keeps pirk prepared paint?
Why! Charman A Co., City Prug e'ore.
Sample cards free.
It will pay you to call early and secure
one of those school suits at the Park
They are selling like hot '
your canary bird healthy by !
rising clean, pure seed for sale by Char- j
riian & Co., druggists, at ten cents a'
Marriage licenses were issued this i
week'to Catherine P. Wheeler and J. !
Harless, and Maggie A. Linn and Clias
Now is the time to prepare your win
dows and Charman A Co., City Prtig
store, have all sizes of glass,
sizes cui without extra costs.
Just arrived from New York over 100
Bovs and Youths suits at the Park Place ',
store. Just think, we can sell you a
good school suit for yonr boy for only
$1.25. Come and see them.
About 1700 badges will be required for
the school children of the county Col
umbus Day. There is now money
enough collected for only little more
than 1000 of them.
Justooened at the Park Place store
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twenty cases of boots and shoes which
we are selling equally as cheap a; you
can buy at any bankrupt sale,
direct from the manufacturers.
Now is the time to paint as the rain
had laid the dust and Charman & Co.,
druggist have the only pihe prkpahbd
hist on me maraei ami iruny-two eie -
cant shades to choose from. Soecial
rates on lame quantities.
Mrs. II . 8. Caswell of New York,
secretary of the Woman's Home Mission
ary Union of the United States and edi
tor ot the Home Missionary Magazine,
occupied the pulpit of the Congrega
tional church last Sunday morning.
Two features of this year's assessment
in Clackamas countv are, first, the
Oregon Iron & Steel company must pay
taxes on about $46,000 instead of cover
ing its entire valuation up with indebted
ness; and second, J. . rurdom pays a
tax on one dog valued at $50.
City Attorney Cross had to redeem a
horse from the pound last week. He
was very glad to do so, however. The
animal had strayed away and its where
abouts had been unknown for a long
tune. He considered the (2 35 tie had
to pay the poundmaster a small fee for
the recovery of the animal.
Pope's hall last Tuesday evening was
crowded with people who were interested
in having a free public reading room
opened . There was a pleasing program
of music, several short addresses were
made, a constitution was adopted and a
subscription paper started. Mr. Brownell
was ill and Mayor Sullivan presided in
his absence. Tbe reading room project
is a sure thing this time.
A WKIHUNH AS WAS A WKIUHSH.
j Marrhiir of Km lil It Clone ami l.lrt
i lo K. Soollanl at I'm k I'luco.
u',e f"uiU waa 'i'i',l 'ti tlu nlaoM i
snrtatti of the l'ark l'laef ami Ulailntotw !
sxH'ioly dtvl, which wuIoiuhI such !
riin lcs only can till they beat ami i
tuiinhi Again! tht walls of Oro)rn Ciiv :
ami callcvl f i lh many of its roniiioiil .
oitiions. The event which cit-atcil such j
a stir was the niarriainr of the iainlar
ritronl man, Paviil II. Close, with I.in-,
Hie h. Nvllarxt. Holh parties had
le 1 m acquaintance amt a law i
tvl enthusiastic assembly awaitetl their I
arrival at the new school houso at !
l'ark Tlait', whei the ceremony was
to take place. The olliciating cleiyyman j
a ue. iiiinau i aiKer, w uu tieu wte ;
knot with the utmost grace and dignity, j
fi,,, oounle aci-eared on the scei.e
about S :AV The bride woro a close tit-!
ting gray dress which set oil' her figure ;
and dai k complexion to perfection ami j
shecarrteu in her lunula beauiilul Kxpiet ;
i of white roaea. !
j The bridegroom looked the picture of
manlv dignity, and happiness In-anied
from his twinkling blue eye. II waa ev- j
ident he was taking a partner that he i
was proud of. The hndo was given I
way by tirandpa Straight. '
Alter the knot had been tied fiintiy In ;
good old Kpisoopalian stvle the A'O
guests present were invited" to adjourn j
to another room w here a long table lit- .
erallv groaned w ith roast chicken, sand-1 There is also a slight bruise on the
Wh iles, etc., etc., not to speak of the1 cheek, but the skin is not broken,
wedding cake, and 1 don't suppose that !The child did not loae consciousness at
all the books in the world would contain
the dreams that were dreamed over that
same cake. Suffice it to sav that everv
oody was well supplied anil congratula
tions poured in on the happy couple.
The bridegroom literally reveled in the
company of his guests. After aupoer
dancing was in order and the light, tan
tastic toe continued to heat a gentle tatoo
till the wee Miiall hours of the morn.
In the meantime the Willamette Silver
Cornet band arrived and played serenade
after serenade The bride and groom
were very much pleased and presenter!
the band with $15 to get supper with.
Everything has an end and everybody
wag sorr? when the small hotim of the
morning warned them of the approach-
jnf sbhHth and one by one they dia-
appeared in the grav dawn of morning,
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0f tleir Klnt festivities
The rostofllce Shifts its Local Ion
V 1 1 1 i a m k Iturgliardt Ilissolre.
Thurs-lav afternoon of last week Post
master Hands got a telegraphic message
permitting him to move the poatothce to ,
the room in ttie Commercial bunk block j
formerly occupied by A J. 1-awthwaite.
The removal was effected Suinlay and
the office is nicelv settled in the new
!qUarters ahich are" much neater than in
the old building.
-. W. Kich also removed the remnant
I of his tobacco and confection stock to
the store on the oposite side of the
street, a part of which wss occupied by
Mrs Rich's fancy needlework shop,
where he is closing it out.
The Odil Fellows, w ho own the build-
ing the poetollice was moved from, are
cleaning tio and reftttinir it uo,l htve
Kiven a five veirs leae of it to Ilurrtiei !
ter & Andersen who will occupy their:
new quarters about the L'oth of this!
C. O. T Williams and II. Ilnr- j
hardt. w ho have been doinv hosiness ;
under the (inn name of Williams A '
Burghardt. dissolved partnership Tues- I
day. Mr. Williams relains his. old
location near Cautield Jt Huntley's drtix ;
store and Mr. Bumhardt has removed U
the front ot the pon'ottue, ocoupying the ;
south side of the room. ' i
The Western Union telegraph office ;
will remove to the north side of the!
! room in front of the poetotlice
shall be obtained.
In view of the prospective vacation of
the store now occupied bv Maver A i
iAckeiman several parties have been
! trying to rent the place but no lease of
the property has yet been definitely
The Parting of the Ways.
Wilkins and Watkins were college!
chuins and close friends They had j
been hard students and had taken little !
.at t j j wir STuriit utx IV linn tlinii uli ...b '
bands and had said goodbve, at the em:
of their college career, thev were in
""paired health. Both had dyspepsia
liver troubles and troublesome coughs,
wilkins had plenty of money, and de-
cided to travel for his health . Watkins
was poor. I must go to work for my
living," said he, "but I'll try tha remedy
that Kobinson talks so much aboiit
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery."
In less than two vears, Wilkins came
home in his coffin. Watkins now in
prime of ja a' bank president, rich
1 and respecieu, ami weighs znu pounds,
I "The Golden Medical Discovery' saved
my life at a critical time," he often savs
Oh, if poor Wiikins had only tried it!''
For weak lungs, spitting of blood, all
lingering coughs, and consumption in
its early stages, it is an unequaled
(iurlleld Roll of Honor.
Garfikd, Oct. 2. School at thisnlace
has been in session four weeks. There
are thirty-one pupils enrolled. Those
pupils who have been neither absent
nor tardy during the month beginning
September 6th and ending September
30th are: John Miller, iJoyd Yocum,
Lee Yocum, Archie Yocum and Leona
Myrtle E. Taylor, Teaiher.
Curd of Thanks.
Caniiy, Or., Oct 2. I desire to thank
the people of Can by through your paer
for their kindness in our late bereav
ment, especially Mr. and Mrs. Rogers,
Millard Lee, and Jas. Hodges.
WeakneHM of Bight is frequently the
result of general debility. When tbe
blood is impoverifllied every oriran and
enne sufiem. Ah an effective, powerful,
and economical tonic-alterative, Aver'B
Sartiaparilla may be relied on every
For clioice family groceries, vegetables
feed etc., go to the Park Place Btore
where the bent article is sold for less
money than eleswhere.
Receipt, note and order books at tbe
nil ovi:k thk ui.uk.
A Child ; IKnn about Sovt'iiljr tv(
Carl, tl o tlvo-yoiu-nlit on of Mr, ntul
Mm. J, A, Mixu, loll ovor tho hint! hi
Fourth stivot TiH'n.Uy allonuHUi iunl u
seiioiinly hut not fatally injmcil, Tim
hoy was plavinis about iIumvIko of (ho
hint!' where boaitla cover over a cleft in
the brink of tho rock, ami a lenco
inevetits the nossihililv of anvone fullinn
over the tilKiceiileniallv. Tim uirl in
charge of the chiUI savs he was intent
on followng mi; nl walching ome
ants and that one ol the Inianls sliiiiio,!,
or gave way in some manner, letting the
youngster (all down the lace of the dill'.
The (all, as nearly as can he estimated,
was aoout seventy iei, nioaen aooui
half way down by projecting lodge of
iMi k moss grown'on top
The girl ilescended the steps and tried
to reach the child hut could not get up to
his landii.g place on account of tho
steepnesa and Ukwiicss of the rocka.
She then went to the harness shop lo
inform Mr. Moore but before he reached
the scene a traveling man had seen the
hov crying and rescued In in from his
alill perilous, situation,
lr. t'aill was at once aununo-tod.
He made an etiamination of the hoy and
found there were no Inines broken
though there were several quite iH'vere
bruises. The worst of these arv
on the left arm and on the right leg,
all. Propping from such a height down
the jagged face of (he rocks it is little
short of a miracle that the hov was not
crushed to death.
Ctfiiiicilinan White Has Word.
Ohmion City, Oct. 4. To thk F.kitok)
As ex Councilman Wilkinson desires a
public statement from me I ill say lor the
public enlightenment if it is ticcesaarv,
that I never ran ou any issue previous
to mv eloction to the city council. I
asked no one to vote for me. 1 did not
expect to be elected. I never said in
public that I was elected on the cow is
sue. I did say that many in both wards
spoke in favor of restricting cown from
running at lare and that 1 believe Mr.
Cooke and others of the city council were
ol the same opinion aVuit election time.
I thank the citizens of the second ward
I for their confidence in me as slump
from the result of the last election. I
am not convinced that they want their
cows and hoises roaming about tow ii to
the disgrace and annovatne of the
general public and our citizen generally.
1 have freouently diiven cos olTthe
w alks in order to let school children go
on their way
I have done a similar
service more than oiue for holies
When I lived in I w I not iced that in
villages of two and three hundred inhab
itants, to sav nothing of the incorMr-
uteil tnU'na K-heria ! i,nt til Mi-ltmtl ami
worked, tint the cows were driven out hv
some one hired (or the purHwe and re
turned at night. Anil, alranue s n may
apiiear, it paid financially. This is a bet
ter grazing coun.rv. W by won't it pay
here? It is worth while trying. The
interest and energy displayed by a lew of
our people in fighting the so-called "cow-
ordinance" is worthv of a betler cause
Other evils exist here that need remedy-
W. .V. WlllTK
lie Your Own MiiMer
Few jieoplc appreciate bow much
their impressions, their whims and im
pulses, ami in fact all their menal en
ergy depends on the harmonious action
of all the vital organs. A poorly digested
li n no r in kv make one quarrel with a
friend. A contested liver inav bring
imaginary gloom and trouble into the
sunniest day. A rheumatic pain may
keep you (nun business or work and en
tirely iharivre some marked out policy.
A lew doesof Moore's Kevealed Hi-lni ilv
will give tone to every function and
make you enjoy your friends and your
A REM IHKAnLE CASE.
Indiana Man Is Hated bf a Dls
A remarkable case hiu ncrumsl In our
territory. J. N. Herry, a man about thirty
years of agn, was goih down rnpnlly. lie
tried physician after pbyaician, itcnt nieil
rini. home rweitita in tact, everything.
He went to a noted uniUiriiuu anil returned
no better. We all thought he was dyuij
with consumption, and that only a few
weeks of life were left fur him.
t rie commenrea wains irr. i lercp uoiuen
j Medical IIUKiivcry, and at the same time
iTHiuiieneeu u) menu. ne mui used aisiut
two dozen bnttltc, and is still using It. lie
has gaimd in weight, color and strength,
and is able to do lilit work. It is lust
urh a case as we should have listened to
rather suspiciously, but w hen we see it, we
must believe it.
It has trebled our sales of " Oolilen Med
Iral Discovery." Jiiiim Hackett t Hi,
Druggists, Kuinoke, lnd.
" Discovery " strengthens Weak Lungs,
and cures hpltting of hljrl, Kliortni-ss of
breath, Ilronrhitis, rM-vem f 'iiiil'Iis, arid kin
dred aflw-tions. Don't ha foolid Into tak
ing something else, wtid to tm " just as gxsl,w.
that the dealer may uiake a larger profit.
City and County Warrantn bought.
INSURANCE ANf7rtKAr. EHTATK.
Office In Pomofllfe building Oreiion city Or.
NOTICE OK FINAL HKTTI.KMKNT.
In the matter of the estate of .fohu (lluver, dec d.
I herchjr jive notice that I hsve AIM In the
county cmirt of C'lsekamiia county, Oregon, my
accounts and vouchers for final seilletneut
administrator of the estate of John (lluver. ile
eeased, sail the court hail appointed Tuetday,
the nth day of November, Isim, as the time for
hearing and neltllng ald aecouiitu and the ex
ception tberete If any. O. J. Tri i.i.inokr,
Nntlr lahorrhy given, that the nriilf ruliriifd
linn hfnii niiilnti'il hiI in i n I -i rnl rl x with the will
lililiexcil of the entnle of W W, flullneli, (In
cvueil, hy the county court of Chu.kiinmn
county, Oretton All pemom huvliiif i'IhIiik
HKHlnnt Mln etnte are rcijulreif to prewnt them
to hK1 ailmlnlntratrlx at the law nllleenf (;. I)
anil l. (.'. Lahiurette, with the proper voiiehera
within lx inijiilhd of the ilate of thin notice '
Kmii.v If. Hi i.i.oi k, Ailm'x.
Imti-il at Oreiron City, Oregon, Oct. (I, Ml
NOTICE OF AI'I'OINT.MKNT OF KXKCUTOR-
Notice In nerehy Klven, that the unilernlirtieil
hai, hy onlerof the county court f I'lackamaii
county, Oregon, been appointed executor of the
entate of Sarah A. Fartrlilire, dcceancil. All per
hiik havlint clalmB airalnat dald eatate are no
tified toprcMoit them to me properly verified at
the office of my attorney. ! K. Crnm, at Oreiron
City, Oregon, within if monthi from the date
of thin notice. Wii.mih IIkaman,
Ex'r of the eKtateof Harah a. fartrlilKe.doc'd
Oregon City, Or., Oct. 6, Wfl. 10:7-11 A
We are Not Closing Out at Cost !
Nor do wo intond to do so, but wo aro ablo to soil you anything
in tho lino of
CLOTHING, HATS AID FURNISHING GOODS,
At pricos that cannot ho equaled in Oregon City, whothor thoy
aro soiling out at cost or not.
Wo aro solo agents for Oregon City and vicinity for tho
Brownsville Woolen Mills,
And wo havo at all times a full lino of thoir colobratod
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
On hand, which wo will sell at the same prices as sold by the
company in their own store. In hats we carry all lines,
Including Stetson, Knox and Dunlap Styles for Men,
And the largest stock ever seon in the city for Boys.
Don't forget that wo have the largest stock and cheap
est prices of any house in the city.
O CONNELL & GLASS,
The One Price Clothiers and Matters,.
OREGON CITY. ORECON,
THE LEADING GROCERY HOUSE!
jThe Most Complete
ed, our prices are
always the lowest.
Cor. 7th & Madison, Shively Building, Oregon City.
Free from all pests
True to name
Send for Catalogue, free (English or Cieriuan.)
Special price on "flrat ordori" from new localities.
I have a full mijiply of rnonoy which
I winh to loan on good
CLACKAMAS COUNTY FARMS,
Of 40 acres or more on tho
most favorable tonus.
Call and sco mo at my office,
PoHtoflico building, before going
NO DELAY AFTER TITLES ARE EXAMINED.
W. H. BURGHARDT,
Local Agent of the
Jarrls-Conkim Mortgage Trust Company.
ItnKirtcrs mid dealers in
Clioice Fiilf Cueries
Selected Teas, run? Coffees & Spices.
Butter & Cheese from bcst dairies
Fruit ami Vegetables in Season.
Because their Trees have taken first prize
P ES ttlt I!-'cailsc they have no tree nRcnts to niiV
represent them, but Kiinrantec them to
i,e satisfactory or money refunded.
On whole roots
MRS. K. M. IIURMKWmt. WM. ANHKKHKM,
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN,
SQcccsscre Id Mrs, C, H. L, Bnrmelster,
Mai. Kim in
Vtahe?, Cloc, jSilVerware, JeWelfij.
Repairing a Specialty.
Itluhi N I roof, ((retail VUy, Or0i;ii.
MIIvUARI) J. Proprietor.
-A COMPLETE LINE OF
Fruit and Ornamental
On Business Principles.
One Price to All.
Positively no con
nection with any
210 Second St., PORTLAND, OR.
Trees, Shrubbery, Etc -