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Oregon City Enterprise.
FRIDAY. (H TOliKK 2S. IS!'.
Clackamns Co. Directory.
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K. U Volition
0KKG0N CITY OFTICKRS.
Chlet ol Folic -AMetmor.
City Attomer. -Street
T, w Sutllmn
1. K Khoite
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fintiX of Waier Works.
W. H. Hovre
Oity Knptlneer. ?,',,,'"f.!'",!t,.h,' ;
Counoilmen-O.O. Alrirlrhl. Jr., H. U Kelly, tM
pf. Ureenm.n, n .v wnue. iwip. j.
.W . o umuell, J.O. Porter and T. V. Ku-
Council tneetllrt Rncnly ofencn mouih
la city hU.
Circuit court conrenes rlrt Monday In So
nalei nd thirvl Monday in April.
Pwtmte court tn session Urst Mvuidy in ech
Commissloneni CMirt mi-els first W'etnety
after Orst Monday of each monih.
T" The way to build up Oresroit
City Is to Klvr Oregon ('It j people yonr
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Clocks at Rurmeister A AnJtvson'.
Ladies' and Gents'. roles at Holiran A
Warner' Undertaking parlors. tf
The latest in visiting canls at the Es
TKKrKiss Okfick. Priivs to suit you.
J. S. Courtney M. P., physician and
surgeon, room 5 and tf, Charmati block.
Those contemplating borrowing should :
ascertain terms offered by C. O. T,
School deportment cards one cent
each, good for term, at the Extkhprise
Be sure to attend the Mitchell meet
ing in Oregon City next Wednesday
C.O.T. Williams is now prepared to
make very favorable rates or. good farm
Take your babies to the New York
gallery and get a good picture while you
have the chance.
bedding stationery, the latest stvlesi. , ,,
iu. . l ... be held
id hnest assortment ever broucht to j
im.fi n f i I a. IK. PvTrDtmiur l?iiH.
C. 0. T. Williams is now doing busi-
nesa for himself at the old stand next
door to Cautield A Huntley 'a drug
An elegant assortment of dry goods
and domestics at the Park Place Store,
All goods fresh and marked at our
nsnil l.i rrii-M
T ,n-rr. T V.i .
Rev J W. Elnilgeof Portland
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ill 1..19 Kiiy r-aiuruuv 11. ..k aim ou.juisv
morning. A general invitation is ex
tended to the public.
The Presbyterians will give a historical
rw.ii.Kla in tliAip -Knrr.H Vrirltiv AVftninu
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of this week. A very pleasant and 1
profitable evening is expected, and the
members and friends of the church are
invited to attend.
There will be a rousing big parade in
Oregon City next Wednesday night and
Senator John II. Mitchell will make a
speech at Shively's theater. It will be
the demonstration ol the campaign in
Ctackamaa county. Don't miss it.
A block nsed to hold up machinery at
the Crown Paper mill fell into the wheel
pit where some mea were at woik this !
Thursday moining, striking Sam Sprague I
on the head and inflicting a quite se
vere though not dangerous scalp wound.
The steamers lone and Iralda collided
at tne moutti 01 the w ilamette river in
a dense fo this Thnmdav mr.rnin
a dem tog this tburs.lay morning.
One man was killed outright, another
drowned and several passengers on the !
Iralda were badly injured.
The following couples were granted
marriage licenses by County Clerk
Horton this week : Genie M. Carothers j Mr. Simpson at one time was managing
and CD. F. Wilson, Mrs. Khoda A. j editor ol the Overland Monthly, pub
Hume and Ira Dodson, Minnie Boylan, j liHtied at San Francisco. He was also
and John Gamble, Sarah Ellen ; employed at a larve salary by the Ban
Trullinger, and Edward W. Paine, i croft Historical Publishing Company,
Maggie Allbee and Ben Brock and Mrs. i and has held other responsible and im-
Ann Foster and J. W. Jones.
Last Sunday night buiglars entered
C. 0. Albright's meat market by remov
ing a back window and pryinn open a
door. They took the cash register from
the salesroom into the office where they
rifled it at their leisure and got 11.33
for their trouble. The register was un
locked so no damage was done. There
was a rumor that thieves had gone
through the Southern Pacific station but
there was no truth in it.
At the close of his fourth year as pas
tor of the Congregational church ol this
city Rev. O. W. Lucas insisted upon
having his resignation, which was pre
sented gome time previously, accepted.
He left last week for California and it is
expected that his family will soon follow.
Last Sunday Rev. H. A. Sborey occupied
the pulpit. Mr. Lticaa came to this city
from Pendleton and he leaves his pas
torate on account of differences with the
I'OMTK Al, Mr'F.TlMJ.
Mitchell, IMiih Hiitt Hermann t'omlmt
1 Hi K11II.V.
Next Wednesday night
j Mitchell will make a nwli at hivoly's
theater in this city, Preparations are
' boinir made for
i Oil tlmt Occasion
The Hlaine club 01
j Portland will come up to attend the
; meeting mid two tlamlieaii club nunthor
i in 1W will come from Portland and
L,.l. l,a nwi, l.i.v.. tt ill. r.l
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; (Ire. Parlow and Canhv torch beater
! l in tHe till n.t a Urp.
numln'r from Ort'p'n City ami vicinity.
' Oitv towh iH'Ulvr w ill moot t the Hook
!ih) I.iUler IihII.
Tli mioKMtilimt sUturdaV iHViiim? Nov.
5 iotltor l)lth W 111 Chiron nicotiiii
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! a uictiiuk nt ciiiwiji enuu nip m-ai .iivn-
day Congressman Hermann w ill speak
at Pope's hall.
Henry Me(iinn of Portland made a
masterly spewh at Itarlow last Satnnlay
niKlit. Tho his celebration of Colniiibii.t
Pay and the mask Ull follow inn did not
cem to diminish the attendance on
ll.w i,,.H.t.m. ti,l Mr M.-liinn was uiven i
a rousing reception willi a toiyh luitiade i
and other manifestations of eiilhtisiasui
At Clackamas and Canby
tmH'tinss will be held 011 briday of tins
(iranil Kepublieau Ueniontrntlon.
Extensive preparations are heintf
mane iiirominom tne sta.c mr ...e mos.
nriiiiam ami impressive ueinotisimuoH
of the republican Iwrty durinj
campaign, aivt tne people oi mis ci-y are ,
.viv,li.iHu iiivit.i.1 li iwrl i.-l tiill Tllil '
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demonstration w ill be held in Portland
on Thursday evening, Nov. 3, and will,
consist of the most brilliant and imposing :
illuminated parade ever witnessed in
by speaking at the
armorv. in tne parade win lie urine:!
flambeau clubs, a host uf marching torch
bearers, a bicycle brigade w ith illumi
nated helmet, a mounted division of
prominent citiiens, attractive floats
representing the industries ol the stale,
tliii,i.t tni.rlita anil uttine i.ltriAi-1 i v
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features, with a great many bands of !
nd e. ,he t.UfW sre e!!IM,,.,e,
I irotn saiem, Aioany, r.iigeue, orii., ;
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i Pallas, Monmoi.tli, Indeiiendence, Mc- :
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.umnmie, ii:usooru, roresi Mnive,
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'couver and numerous other plaren
tn tliA urm.itv nliiidi will
peat ieople and speeches will
1 be madeby Senators Mitchell and llolnli.
Congressman Hermann and Ellis, Hon.
j H. E. McGinn, Hon. C. W. Eul on,
Hon. John E. Caples, Hon. Thos H
j Tongue, Hon. H. B. Miller. Hon. M. C.
( George, Hon. H. H. Xortliup, Hon
j Geo. C Brownell, Hon. Hufus Mallory,
, Mr. D. Soli Cohen, Rev. T. Brown and
'other prominent remibli.uns Mr.
;ieo. C. Brownell is uiakinc arrange- ',
h M (of thow ,0 (o froi
tliisdty8n(1 wouKibe t)iea,e,it0 have
a large crowd accompany him and make '
Portland ring w ith cheers for Harrison '
The Umatilla Indian reservation, near
Pendleton, comprises some of the best
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farm land in Eastern Oregon. Ihere are
1 250,0tX) acres in the reservation, of which
j 74,600 are tillable and about 50,000 are
! now under cultivation, and about 1,0" Ml,
OuO bushels ol wheat were raised this
year. Of this amount, 75,000 bushels
I scic ruiseu uy ' 1111. .at. i.is.r .111.11;, l't.
j 000 by halt-breeds, 233.1100 by white
men married to Indian women, and the
! balance by renters.
Senator Mitchell, while at Pendleton,
was visited by three chiefs of the Uma-
tillas, who expressed a desire that their 1
people be allowed to lease their lands j
for a term of three or four years, until
they could get money enough to buy
horses and plows and improved agri-
cultural machinery, and had learned j
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"OWHJ,ara'- ine wmuur B"sureu ",em
, h , rcpressn, ,,t.ir interests I
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will have a vote next year.
Sam L. Simpson, Oregon's best and
most widelv known poet, has taken a
position on the Astoria Dailv Budget
Peter McKay, an Indian on the Grand
Konde reservation, draws a monthly
pension of $8 for services rendered the
United States government during the
ltogue river war of 1854 5. McKay is
the only Indian in Oregon, so far as
known, who receives a pension for
services in war.
Salem saloon men have petitioned the
council to stop all gambling in the city
for one year from the date of the petition.
This looks like a queer request to ask of
the city officers, as it is supposed by
most people that it is their duty to look
into this matter anyway.
George A. Harding's family was in
creased by the arrival of a daughter
Mrs. Honora Whitlock, who has been
very seriously ill is now improving.
The Western Union telegraph office
will move to the postoffice next week.
Sli'loiinhllii Monument Fuul,
The fiilloninii stttcritiit list in nucleoli
tt 1III U!SIIO.I ill III KSTkHfKIKK H few
weeks aso to raise f hi.um for a momimciit
,0 'r- 'l,1'in Ml'l-oui,,!iii. father of Or.
; iron, mie-naii 01 nuicii sihuim i nv Kmlnr
j subscriptions mill one-half by legislative
j 'rrilion. No one is ennlo- U
j solicit subscriptions. Tlic object I to show
a HuUr unit poutaneoiis movement In
favor of the enterprise that when tlit
: IcKislaiiire meets next Jmnmry muiieUilng
! Khl I presented to Induce thai
I ' ttl W.Hir appropriation.
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Tit KSTKRI'RlHlt tVVOO
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tieorpf A, Harding and wile, ,V,00
l!tvrv t'. Hroansll, .Vtio
, tlwritf K. Ilorton
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M. Kmnsliv... . .
(Ml. ( aiitleld,
It, K, Cross .
Key. Kr. Hillnliritiiil.
J. l Shaw
J. V, Snide.
V. 0. Jobnson . .
K. XI. Itaiiits
' ( O. T. Williams A.rti
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; II. t Stevens
The Wallowa Chiftian savs, the
allioiint of inoncv coniiiii; into that eouii'
try from sales of cattle this year is iiO-
I IHO, from wool sales, alnmt ."it,(HK), and
ailds: A can'fiil ami conservative esli
n,Htt o( l)loll0v from ull oourva it.uk. the
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brought to Wal-
no nr capita."
year to be n.oiu than
(ieort-e M, Miller, of Kiiijone ia send-
tng East for siwial material with which j
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to ,-onstriicl a model of his latolv inven-
ceived very encouraging advice from the
Smithsonian Infinite and other scien
tific sources; and is very confident ol
Cards acre out announcing the mar
riage of (iranl Mel.uire, of Woodhurii,
j to Miss Amies Ouiniette, ol Itutteville,
I tor last Wednesday. The marriage
' failed to take place at the appointed
tune, and M. tiuirw has been conspicuous i
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1 bv his aKsetu-e. Miss Ouiniette and bet 1
mother, who is a widow, made anxious
1 iiii'ii r i.-b .nun .1 11 1 i if in., i. iu-iri.i.ui ,
out tailed, as far as learned to locale
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M- h. tlen.lri.-k,
of Wheatland, is '
thinking of building a boat next summer ,
to be used for the siwcial purpose ol
I the Willamette river and transput fruit
j from his and many other large orchards
j near Wheatland, to the canneries at
j Blaine Will Work Bird.
Washington, Vt. i". Postmaster
1 General Wanamaker spent an hour with
J ex-Secretary B'aine this afternoon, and
' when interviewed afterward, he said
I it was purely a personal visit. A por-
'"' "h interview, Wanamak.r con-
fined, related .0 politics, and Illa.ne will
make up t,y his ,-n what heean.ml .10
by apeecn, wh.le lie nurses the temjKi
ray illness in his throat He is evidently
greatlv interested in the re-election of
Harrison, and is anxious that his tiiemls
should know it, and he freely expresses
his belief that Harrison wi'l be elected. '
Why Thty Do Not Fate.
Tacoma, Wash., Oct. LM. A good
authority said that the only reason the
democrats and populists do not fuse in
Washington is because the people's
party has not an executive head with !
whom arrangements can be made. The (
attempt was made a few days ago but :
failed. It is reported also that at a very '
recent mteting ol the executive commit-1
tee the people's party pilled down Sam
Herreti as chairman and left the cam-
paign te the county committees. Neither
side would confirm the story tonight.
Til. Copper Market.
'kw Yokk, Oct. i4 The closing of
the Anaconda mine for three months
wi re,itV9 , ,., .,, o( ,)0ut
18,000,000 pounds of copper. The mar-
,a ,., , .,, ,''. ,!,
ket ban commenced to respond, audi.
'."i-e "erally asked. There is
i every indication mat prices win ne oci-
ter. It is certain that prominent pro
ducers are prophesying 1 J 'a cents for
lake brands after November 1.
Blaine Back in Wubington.
WAHiiiNoroN, Oct. LM Mr. Illaine's
home-coining to Washington today from
New York was a simple, unceremonious
ulfair, He and Mrn lilaine and Miss
Hattie arrived by the Ilaltimore & Ohio
train at 4:40 and at once hailed and en
tered one of the ordinary street cubs,
and drove to their resilience in Lafay
Deoan't hike Cleveland1! Hilver Hotlom.
Xkw Yohk, Oct. 25. Mark M.(Hrick)
Pomeioy, lor many years well known as!
the editor of the La Crosse, Wis., Demo
crat, has decided to vote for Harrison
this year. Cleveland's enmity to silver,
the veteran democrat declares, compels
hiio to take this course.
To Winter In Italy.
London, Oct. 25 Queen Victoria will
spend the winter in Italy, atliieiitina, 11
miles east of Pisa.
Cholera In Hamburg.
IIamhiiro, Oct. 25 There were seven
fresh cases of cholera and one death
Send to the Kntkkpkihc office for your
legal blanks. A single one or a hundred
furnished at Portland prices.
We are Not Closing Out at Cost !
Nor do wo intond to do so, but wo are able to soli you anything
in the lino of
At prices that cannot bo oqualed in Orogon City, whether thoy
aro soiling out at cost or not.
Wo aro sole agents for Oregon City and vicinity for tho
Brownsville Woolen Mills,
And wo have at all timos a full lino of their celobratod
MEN'S, BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
On hand, which wo will sell at tho samo prices as sold by tho
company in thoir own store. In hats wo carry all linos,
Including Stetson, Knox and Dunlap Styles for Men,
And tho largest stock ever seen in tho city for Boys.
Don't forget that wo have tho largest stock and cheap
est prices of any house in tho city.
O'CONNELL & GLASS,
The One Price Clothiers and Hntters
OREGON CITY, ORECON.
THE LEADING GROCERY HOUSE!
The Most Complete
and only first
ed, our prices are
always the lowest.
Cor. 7th & Madison, Shively Building, Oregon City.
I have a full supply of money which
I wish to loan on good
CLACKAMAS COUNTY FARMS,
Of 10 aori'8 or moro on tho
most favorahlo terinn.
Call and wo iiio at my office,
PoBtoffice building, before going
NO DELAY AFTER TITLES ARE EXAMINED,
W. H. BURGHARDT,
Local Agent of the
Jarvls-Conklin Mortgage Trust Company.
Beautiful Fruit Farm !
Forty ooreH, level an a floor, all
cleared, well fenced ir.to five fieldH,
good hotiHO 2(5x20 feet, Hplendid
well of good water and force pump,
good barn and out hoimco, several
hundred fruit trecH pruneH, apple,
cherriefl, etc., Hinall fruit in abund
ance, several sheep, hogH, cows, two
young horses. Everything in first
class condition. For particulars,
apply to owner, Milton Stingby,
near Currinsville, or see L. R.
Janney, with W. Carey Johnson,
Oregon City, Oregon.
liniKirtcrs ami (Ici'lcra in
Clioice Family Groceries
Selected Teas,l'uroCotfeos& Spices.
Butter & Cheese from fbcst dairies
Fruit and Vegetables in Season.
' MK8. E. M Hl'KMKlSTKH.
Successors to Mrs.
tin In Mrr.l,
MANl'KACTUHKK OK A 1.1. KINOS OK
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK OF FLOORING, CKILINO, UUSTIC AND FINISH
ING LUMIiEU, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
Special Bills Cut to Order
Mill and Yard on the River, Foot of Main Street,
OKKGOS CITY, OK.
OREGON CITY FENCE WORKS,
MaiiufHCliiHirK of hid fjcalcru in all ittylOH of
COMBIflATIOli WlrE ARID pU FENCf,
lioth rough and dressed for lawn and division fence, also
Hartman Steel Picket Fence,
And Wiro Pand Farm Fence, also Expanded Metal Fence.
Call and see Samples and get Prices.
Shop over Bestow'B Sash & Doon factory, Oregon City, Orr
On Business Principles.
One Trice to AIL
Positively no con
necticn with any
C. fl. L Bnrmelster,
Orvifoii ''. Oregon.