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Oregon City Enterprise.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1SI2. i
Demonstration In Oregon
IsJl'KTUH Cot'HT.-Ttltl C10 ByaitlSt
K. D. Hi Hint (or tho larceny of a luvket
from Miss M-Alt( cm, ofoi, Justice
Kouts last Tuesday. There wore three'
witnesses to the (not tlmt Mica Mo.Vtleo !
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. ... Ultil Utt'iikSt Midi it u .iu
i:ihm. utMi-hKtk iMiwwtiHililio! rail v t hut w kh vr . " ' "
iiMiirnm i.. ar... . ... .
derk of Courts, - - Vks.K;ii.rl;I,"v,n,K"I,1"""H1,u.v' lnB """'H'CIUO
Sheriff, . l W iIiihx , and the ttanihtMit clllhs of lVirtUn.l
j.oMWiVJwft j chartered the Alton and cam up in
H.V.ti it5 j f,,U ,im'- W'ito wining l the river
Mn smyih ! they were not niggardly with thoir lire
! work and they nude tlie heavens iridos.
Iforntlhu Bur , nllt wjtn publican tlrv.
Okkoo.n city offickks j In Oregon City the Portland etithusi-
J. rnntom i nearer irom turlow, Canny, Neeily and
J' F KJh!' i "Vo City. Tlie prvHtWion marched
ll.It.,r?w ' nP Min ,,v'' two Eighth to Hi
t . Honer . , . V .
w. H. Unwell rain ami counter mtnniM iacfc going
up Seventh to Shively'a theater. There
Chief of Mice -AMor,
Sunt, nl W(r Wvwki.
CttjrKnflnw. Si.1n Hmvih.
Cttunoi!m-r, O Albrlshl. Jr., H. I. Kl!
mul two won tlmt it wns uuivlv mi ex
iv'lmni of hvki'tn. ,t y ru, nwv,
IU1 l'liullh'(l, OWn OllM, WMK lll'lll
I to tho rml jury in tln mini of $iHH) kihI
in ilodiull of lail h noiit to juil, i'runk
Miti'hi-ll, tho (Mloivil llslinion.tr, Wit
Hmil f-M) ilollnrti by .limtioo Knt for mi
tumult on II. Ilitmr of the riitriioumi
Mo pHr.H t tliMt h.wloltio olio nitihl
iiitoxii'Mtoil mul in company with tn uh
jivtiotmhl rlmrti'tiirtiiil ntml a roimi.
ItitniT ItH'limM to furnish oin for thi'ui
tmt Mitchell hiMi! out knilo mul
thrvttonmt to rarve the luiullonl. Kor
thin amiiKonii'iit lm lino. I an. I in il.
fault of payment he s eommitteil to
In ciij h.ll.
Otrrnlt oonrt ennvmM rtrtl Monvtur In Siv ' oart to tin. mii-.si nf 1 1 ... .i..,;....
wmfcertuJ Ihlnt Mou.Uy In April. i , . ...
Probti wurt in Klon &m M.m.l.y in .rh ; 1 nlr'n Brownell presided at the
t0010- : theatre and called about 40 other promi-
. ' r"'" '. ' nent rvnuti leant to ihvukv ..t ti...
j the stuj.-e. He iutrvxliuvd Senator Mit-
da.ll. 1 1 ortland clnlia iiiaiYluHl around inside
drancil meets nt Wfitn.tT olch month ; the hall cheeiiliir for Harrison an.t ' TllK Kivkk is tVvoiiKM tn the last
! Keid and then departed for their Invat. I ''" ' Vtoler this year the water in the
The rortland rlulw contributed lame i ,lv,r 'x'h'w the falls was .8 of a fool
aoove low water inaik. On the Hist of.
the month it uas ,;l alnne and on the
H:h I :i lift above tho highest of the
month. The liver was at the same I
staitV last year on the tirt that It was'
We are Not Closing Out at Cost !
Nor do wo intend to do so, but wo aro able to soil you anything
in tho lino of
CLOTHING, MIS ID FHIS1K GOODS,
At prices that cannot bo equaled in Oregon City, whother they
aro selling out at cost or not.
trtr first Ston.lsy of each month.
tThe way to hnlhl up Orfiron ehell in a felicitous little speech and the
City Is to rive Oregon City people your j senator :ot a hearty reception After a
patronage. complimentary reference to Mr. ltrow-
; noil Senator Mitchell pve some atten-
SPR Y OF THE FALLS 11 1 ' e democratic jiimhle in rei.MH,
CliH-ks at Burmeister A Andresen's.
this season on the last, but tVt. 1S!1
it was ti 7 feet atove tero. The hiulicst
nater of last season as on the :41th of
IVc. when it was '.'I feet above nero
Wlow the falls The water should be
and then passed to the eonsideta- j "hoiil i fivt almve en U!ow the falls
tion of the taritrand tinancial iptestions ' order to have a cood na ij;atiii stae
; which lie discussed in a masterlv inun-1 10 Sll!'"'
The catch basins for the sewerage sys- nor, notwithstandini; the fact that be I
teat are beint completed. , wa siirlering from a cold accompanied'
wit!. vic-n.e. , iuwb ni iiiMiran v
Warner's Undertaking parlors. tf !
The latest in visitimt canls at the Kx-
TEBPKISE OkFIi,K, IiciS tO Sllit VOU.
J. S. Courtney M. D., physician and
Burgeon, room 5 and 6, Charmati bloik.
Those contemplatint; bor'owinii should
ascertain terms offerevl by C. O. T.
School deportment canls one cent
each, uooil for term, at the Entkrpkise
C. 0. T. Williams is now prepared to
make very favorable rates on good farm
when he beiran, on a.wnnt of the late- i
ness of the arrival of the Portland clubs.
Mr. Mitchell arrived Wednesday after
noon and was a ituest of Mr. Morey un- j
til his departure Thursday. "
PKOPLK't PARTY MKKTISU. j
General Applegate faileil to put in an i
TlIK MlsaloX l.AMUMi Kot'TK t'llll-!
tain V. S Waud lias lmI tbo stouinm !
He held the vast audience Sa'rm in cminiisM.ni, -.l ,, I, n... !
tillalxmt U o'clock, it bavin hwn late tr riv..r n tho ,.,.. r.... -;....i.....i !
hy the Maiuanillo a short time mjo. In. i
stead of making daily trips, however, j
the Salem will leave Mission at 7 a. in ,.
Mondays, W ednesdays and Fridays and '
leave rortland on her return trip on the !
siuvee.liiii! days at 8 a in The samr
transKvrtaiion rati-s the Maiiianillo'
ptiearance at the populist meet in it t i will be in eltoct with the Salem
Shively's theater last Saturday nudil. j tp'tiii Waud likes this run and is do-
the time previously arranged for tbe j '"If his hest to keep it Harry Taylor is
joint debate which had !een declared j terser The boat went up last Sunday
off to accommoilate this meeting. Mr. ,0 l '"'r rH"
U'Ren of Milwaukee occupied the time Straw Task -The steamer Kl
with an orthodox people' t'trty se.-h j W0)H llK,k SlH) tm,. t)f ri(w ,t cmm
rnrRK meetings. ; last wi't k and brought them down
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker of Green i Satunlav niitnf this .-u s..n.i.. to the ( n.wn tairr mill lint tl, t.n
rointhave a young son born last Sun lil,,b will" speak at Shively's theater. '. attai-ned and the mill m.tiiied
day morning j ,-ext jonjay nibt Congressman I "' lh fjl t "' ' refused to accept the
Take your bal lea to fiie New York ' Hermann will deliver un address at freight on its arriial here The K I wood
allery and get a good picture while you I0iH' 8 l,a"- m,t k"" ""a ,1"'rc W"H M,1.v
have the chance. ' I Every body should attend. "en on the straw when it loaded it.
But on discovering the situatiun i
We are solo agents for Oregon City and vicinity for tho
Brownsville Woolen Mills,
And we havo at all timos a full lino of thoir coiobratod
MEN'S, BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
On hand, which wo will sell at the samo pricos as sold by tho
company in thoir own storo. In hats wo carry all lines,
Including Stetson, Knox and Dim lap Styles for Men,
And tho largest stock ovor seen in tho city for Boys.
Don't forget that we havo tho largest stock and cheap
est prices of any house in tho city.
The city council met Wednesday even
ing early and adjourned till Friday night
on account of the Mitchell meeting
Wedding stationery, the latest styles
and finest assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at the Enteki-kisb office.
FIELI'S Af his home in fanemah.
Friday evening.Oct. JS, of dropsy,
Thomas Fiulds, uged 5 vears. 7
! months and 6 days.
Mr FielJs was a native of Kentucky,
! having heen horn in Hickman countv.
The cheapest place in Oregon Citv to; March l"-', 1!7. He came west witli
buy watches and jewelry is at Red-; bis parents, crossing the plains in 18,5.',
house's, No. 2. Commercial Rank block. j Hnd the family settled on the west .ank
An elegant assortment of dry goods ' o t!ie Willamette opposite fanemah.
nd domestics at the Park Place Store. Thomas followed steamhoating on the
All goods fresh and marked at our ' "I'lf river, starting in as rahm hoy and
usual low prices. j working his way up to captain. He was
in tins business about nine vears. He
O CONNELL & GLASS,
One Price Clothiers and
OREGON CITY. OREGON.
over to Caiiemah and discharged tlie !
caigoat a place convenient for reloading',
ami it lies there now j
Kkadino Kox Mkktiso. There will '"
he a ptihlic business nircling of the Free '
iKi'rrrMijiT h e leading grocery house:
vemher li, at the ro jin on Main street.
All memoers and those wishing to join .
are earnestly requested to come, since
tliere will be most Important business to j
come before the association on this o ca- I
The ladies of the Baptist church give I
and only first
notice thai they
giving dinner in
church this year
serve a Thanks-1
basement of the
ran on the steamers Alliance, Union and
The ship St. Kathnrine arrived in
Portland Wednesday from New York
with rails for the completion of the East
tide motor line. The traci ;s now laid
to the biidge across the Clackamas.
For t:ie I.aiues Thos Charman A !
Son have received the largest invoice of I
hosiery ever carried hy that firm of the ; (J T ? ( ) ( I-T I r
Gazelle. He had an interest in the old
People 8 Transportation company at this celebrated Smith & Angles' mako for
time. In 1858 he formed a partnership f ladien, misses and children. Also a
with Jacob Woitman and opened a gen- j full line ol Smith i; Angles' black dress
eral merchandise store. G. M, Stirckler, I lining and dress shields warranted not to
whose daughter Mr. Fields married in fade or crock. it
18W, bought Wortman's interest in the .,. ... . ... , . ,
i.iiii uiggn, who was commiiieti io me
T. Tscharnii? has twinn thn prortinn
ofatwo-etorybrick building 34x34 fpet 8nd ,bt00'ne "le ProP"e'0'
store in I8ti9 and about five years later
Field purchased his father-in-law's s.iare
ed, our prices are
on Fourth street immediately back of
the City restaurant. Mr. Hannigan,
the restaurantenr for whose accommoda
tion the building is being constructed,
has charge of the work .
We publish elsewhere a notice of a
chrysanthemum and pumpkin fair to be
given at the Eaptist church F'riday eve
and Saturday afternoon of next week.
This promises to be a fine affair. On
Friday evening souvenir bouttinaires
will te given to the gentlemen attend
ing. A good time is assured to all.
I'nrrlnsnlle Boll ot Honor.
Our school has been in session one
month. The enrollment numbers fortv
ago last May he took his two sons, Geo
C. and Ed. T.. into partnership.
Mr. Field's sickness began about eight
years ago wit'i heart disease and asthma
and finally developed into dropsy which
caused his death. He was entiiely help
less the last two days of his sickness,
hut prior to that time his condition
was not considered critical . The funeral
occurred from the family residence in
Canemah last Sunday afternoon Rev.
G. William Giboney of the Presbyterian
church, otliciating. Tlie hurial was in
The deceased left a wife and the two
sons who were associated with him in
husiness. He was a man of sunny
county jail six mouths for larceny was I
released last Friday, having served his I always the lowest,
'e rm . j mmm
InijHirtcrs mul ileiilers in
Clioice Family Eitriig
Selected Teas, run Coffees '& Spices.
Butter & Cheese from best dairies
Fruit and Vegetables in Season.
On Business Principles.
One Price to AIL
Positively no con
nection with any
Home fm Sale.
I have a house and two lots with good
barn at the head of Seventh street ; city
water service. Will sell cheap. Fine
chance to get a nice home.
Another house and two lots at the
cornerof ninth ami Monroe will be sold
on easy terms Excellent location.
Very desirable prowrty.
Alsoa business lot on Seventh street
Forlurther information apply to E.
P. Elliott, Viola postollice.
Cor. 7th & Madison, Shively Building, Oregon City.
nine pupils. The following is a list o( l'Pition who was much esteemed by
the names of those pupils who have been
neither absent nor tardy during the past
month: Anna Covey, Ed Currin,
Lillie Currin, Ollie Currin, Ida Hear
kenrider, Anna Hearkenrider, Blain
Huffman, Blanche Huffman, Alice
Smoot and Grace Smoot.
Tcacl i er .
We are ready to make all sewer connec
tions at the uniform price of 3o cents per
lineal foot for 4-inch connections and 40
cents for 6-incb, all complete. Apply
immediately to Pore & Co.
Special School Mekti.vo. A special
school meeting was held at Pope's hall
last Tuesday night to elect a director to
fill the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of M. A. Stratton. There was a
good attendance and the meeting was
called to order about 6 :30 o'clock by
President Sands of the school board.
Rev. G. William Giboney and Charles
O. Albright were placed in nomination.
Geo. A. Harding and J. W. Noble were
appointed tellers and the ballot resulted
48 for Giboney, 13 for Albright and three
Mattering. Giboney was declared
all who knew him.
WILSON-CAROTHERS.-On Oct. 1!) j
1M2, by Rev. John C. Sylvanus at the j
residence of the bride's mother four i
miles from Springwater, Mr. C. I).
I will sell good, healthy Silver and
Italian Prune Trees, from two to three
feet high, at three cents each by the 1IX), j IOHtoflice
on a creoit of twelve months.
Canby, Or. tf
I have a full mijiply of niuney which
I wiwh to loan on good
CLACKAMAS COUNTY FARMS,
Of -10 acrca or more un the
liiont favorable tcrnm.
MKS. E. M. HI KMKIKTKK.
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN,
Successors to Mrs. C. H. L. Barmelster,
Watche?, Cloc, pilveptoare, JeWelriJ.
Repairing a Specialty.
.1 ii I it Ntr-ei, Orrii 4'ilj, Ore iron.
and hoo inn at my oflico.
building, before going
You can get 5 gallons of the Rest Pearl
fill ,.l It... ll ... ..,..
W-, , f- . . .. r . . ..re i oi r i iui;a muru lor oil y no
...,., ' ' I cents Bring vuir can along.
both of Clackamas county. .Li -L
FAUST-WLLS On Nov. 2, 1892. at
Canemah, by Rey. G. W. Giboney,
Mr. Benjamin Faust and Mrs. Minnie
NO DELAY AFTER TITLES ABE EXAMINED,
Grand Akmy Bean Bakk. Meade
PoHt, G. A. K., gave a bean bake at
Pope's hall last Friday night in honor
of the visiting department commander,
Hon. H. H. Northup of Portland, who
was accompanied by his wife. The
Woman's Relief Corps prepared a most
tempting lunch under the chairmanship
of Mrs. F. 0. McCown. The evening
was spent in making felicitating speeches,
relating reminiscences and the other
features that make gatherings of the
boys in faded blue always interesting.
Wanteo, second hand grain 8a:ks.
E. E. Williams the grocer. tf
If you want to buy lots in Bolton aD-
I ply to C. O. T. Williams, agent.
mirk to at
may liavit to wait
The trouhles that
have Iwen year
fiHJ. in gathering can't
awny hi a liny.
Kor oil the ihV
eaw anil di
onlcrs pui-ullar to
W. H. BURGHARDT,
Local Annul of the
larvls-ConltllD Mortgage Trust Compaq.
Rpniitiful Fruit Farm !
MANITAC'TI'KKK Of Al.f. KINHH Uf
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK OF FLOORING, OKI LINO, RUSTIC AND FINISH
ING LU MISER, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
SpeclaJBIIl8 Cut to Order
Mill and Yard on the River, Foot of Main Street.
OREGON CITY. OR.
Prescription Is the surest awl Kixxxliiwt rem
edy. You can depend uKin that hut if your
case is obstinate, give it reasonable time.
It's an invigorating, roaorative tonic,
soothing and straigtlieniiig nervine, and a
poKitive spociflo for fi.maio weiikness.5s and j hundred fruit trees nruiieH, apple.
ailment All functional diiitiirlmni, rin- , . m.1.,. , 11
Forty acren, level an a floor, all
cleared, well fenced ir.to five fields,
good houHO 20x20 feet, Hplendid
well of good water and force pump,
good barn and out hoimes, Heveral
ful irregu!aritii and derangements are cor
retl and cured by It All unnatural dis-
cnarges, tKarm-flown sensations, Weuk Imi-jt,
aocomiianittl with faint spells and kindred
symptoms, are correctwL In every cose for
which it's recommended, " Favorite Prescrio-
tion," is mtaranleM to give satisfaction, or I
the money is refunded. Wo other medi'-ine
for wonen is sold on such terms. That
proves that nothing elM offered br the dealtf
oa bt "Just at good."
eherrieB, etc., Hmall fruit in abund
ance, Heveral nheep, hogs, cowh, two
young homos. Everything in first
class condition. P'or particulars,
apply to owner, Milton Stingby,
near Currinsville, or see L. R.
Janney, with W. Carey Johnson,
Oregon City, Oregon.
OREGON CITY FENCE WORKS,
.MiHiiifiietiirem of mul dealvrs In all ulytim of
dOMBIflATIOpI Wif AMD pidrET FEMCE,
lioth rough and dressed for lawn and division fence, also
Hartman Steel Picket Fence,
And Wire 1'anttl Farm Fence, also Expanded Metal Fence
Call and see Samples and get Prices.
Shop over Cestow'n Sash & Door factory, Oregon City,, Or.