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Oregon City Knterprise.
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HCID.IY. IlKfKMUKIt 2.
l.iuim.ATivi (iinmip It U yni early
In Hit ily, bill there in, lievorlhelemi, a
freat deal iM liitflalativa nl flitltnn
thrvugh tha air, In relation lu the nrian.
laaieRo( Dm auimta and lioua. It U
month, and 1 a am I f until til teuton
OIHina ml Irum now until that time ther
ra likely to U hirmed a Urn nuttibet
at alalee, A recapitulation ul tha aenata
howa thai body to he t-umKed h( thirty
mmber, ol about aliiren are mpohll
ani, eleven demixrata. aii'l una er.'h
peopla'a, citluint'-demovralic and democratic-woileV
Tha Iioiim will runaUt
of aiity nienilwra thlrly-eluM reuhll
cilia, wventeen demurraU, three ieo
tde'a, ami to I'itiaena'-demiM'rntic. On
joint Uallul there will Ihi nir.lv, volea
Illly lor reoitblleaim, tveiily--ltfhl deruo
crala, dmr paoflx'a, litre rllln'M)em
ucratic anil una ileuioiralir-eople's. It
4a barely poimlble, however, that Ilia
I uiii may ahuw a volt a 1) t tit different
(rum thia anna a reitihlion member
(rum KmIku Oregon rcaigned ami an Ir
aa return! of Ilia i ial election am re
ceived a lie ia Indicated aa between th
republican ami deiiuM-raliu randidatea.
It will rt"tiiie the iiMiclul runtil In ilm-hltf
it. Fur pri'iiiiliint ol tha annate, tha rai-e
amxna to ha lielwwn Hun, Kilw.
Ilirn. li, of Sali'tu, ami Hon. ('. W. Kul
ton, ol Aat'iria, with tha vary prohahle
choke u( the itanlleiiian (roiti Marion,
For aprakfrof tha linn T. T. tiir, u(
Marun, W, I. Kraily of Mullnotnah, J.
A. WriK'lil ol t'nion, anil t). F, I'aitoii
( Mullnoiuali ara nieiilionnJ, hut loca
tion 111 rut a tlnura whnn it liivoium
known what a. lKni tha aenata takan rat
tlva to the t holr of a I'rraiiluiu olliocr.
Tlin U-ifiKlatttra mvt'lt al Salum on Mon
day, January jllh. SutnauiNn.
Vr Andiiiiu Flail I.aiiiikm. The
filiation Ailvanra in rmrmit iaaue
writia: U.rmMilaliv-lm't M. A Mil
lar haa Imwii InvoalixMtitiat th niatlir
tha cnnntrut-tion of a Huh laihlfr al
Ori'iion City, anil ha Inlorma ua that ona
if tint ri'raMnlalivia (rum thia county
will inlroilnoi a hill in the nnxt leniala
urto niaka an appropriation for t hi.
niriomi. Thara have bi'n two or thn'a
Oali U.l.li.rn put in at llii falla at nn-t
vk iiim, tha li'tfialHliiru at una wnaion
ppfoprialiim lO.tXX) lor the coniitruc
(ion of one, but ihay aiMin wahail out.
Mr. Milicr'a l.loa la now to make a pii
way hy hlwatiiiK out atapa In tha
aoli.l rin k. In convaraal'on with a civil
a nuimi'r in I'ortlaiul lt waak he waa
tohl th.il thia woiilil rout not to exmxl
:liHHl, ami It woulil he itulcHtnulihle.
Tha M'opla on tha Columbia have here
tofore bmm oppoaaJ to a flh laibler at
IhU plai-e, hut Imvinit Icarneil that the
Pht Willamette ami Ha trllmlurii-a ate
the natural apawninn nroiit.il (or aaltnon,
(heir rapieaenlativea will now favor the
tiieaHiire. It la until that perinlltiiiit the
(lull to come above the In I In will lienetll
the Hioile o( the upHT Willunietle val
ley to tha extent of 50,00() per year,
mi.l Mr. Miller uya ibu 1 inn enmity
luliyalion will do all Ibey can to aectire
an approprintloii 'l,r ' nirnii.
Fob tiik MfI.onini.iN Mom'Mknt,
Mra. C. H. IV haa received 10 from
Dr. John A. Wyelh, of New York Oily
(or the Mi'l.ouiihlin Monument Fund.
lr. Wyelh i a relative to the litHtoriu
Natliaiiiiil J. Wyetli, who In tha early
thirliea built Fort llall oti the Simka
unit Fort WilllauiH on Smivie'a Inland,
The friendship of Wyoth and McLonnh
lin i ft romance of the early timea. Hi
vala in trade, coinM'tilur, yet Manila,
W'yoth wua finally forceu to aull cut to
the lludmin Hay compiiny (or what It
whh willing to Jtive. Yet twenty years
later we II ml Captain Wyoth writlnn to
inembera of congroHa defendiiiK Dr.
McLonghlln auuitiHt the aHperHiona of
tmemleM who took away his Oroon
City land cliiim . Pr. Wyoth contributes
avultmblo paper to tlm November Har
per's entitled "Nathaniel J. Wyelh and
the Ntriuttile lor Oregon," In which he
vividly pictures the trials of that pio
neer of pioneers who really opened the
way (or American settlement on the
Columbia. It was with him and through
bint that lite earliest missionaries oame
and gained a foothold in the unknown
Tun Hanhy's rKCiu.tAiin v. A bridge
is belli, built m (he mouth of the Handy,
al leant IIoIIiiiiiii and Ihilea urn trying
, hard to build una. The recent rise in the
juireaiu threw down their fulne work, two
Iron plum, and diopimd a lot of bridge
! Irons In the ulii'iun which, now Unit the
j wiitnia have mihnidi'd workmen are try
jlnglo save, but Holl'man any a he la
am ry h started into try to aave the
lion, as it will ton! aa much to io-t it out
a Is It worth. The Ireahel haa till out
wide channel on thin side o( the river.
Ilia III lent in depth wheio tha men
were able to wade out before, and will
make it mine dilllciilt lo replace the
i lulaework. Mr. Hodman has not yet de
jtided whether lo try lo save the two Iron
piers which wuia thrown down. They
are very heavy, and It will be an exien
ivejohlo upend them and get them
I Into iHisitloli. This experiment in build
i log In Multnomah county is likely to a(
met the Mil. ling for tha briilgo shortly lo
lw erected In thia county across the
NawaTotixoHuK. (ieorge Ilroiighlon,
who established a lumbar mill in Oregon
lily, In 1H7H, haa uwialed il auadlly
alnca, Ha employs twauly-ltva man and
i-uls nothing but hardwood. Tills from
the t'oiniiienial Kavlaw will l nwi lu
Mr. Ilroiighlon whose teams arc kept
busy hauling out soft lumlwr (or Ida
large bulkhug Irada In Oratton City,
(ieorga has a good hardwood trade but
ha saws thoiisanda of soft limber wham
he rtita htiudreda ol hardwood, His
present large and complete plant beluw
town baa huen buill up from a very
small concern on Abemethy irland. It
haa taken lota of work and aril to
surreed eaWM-ially In the trying months
following the flood when bis mill ''sailed
away on a voyag o( diaeovery," but
I (iHorirn haaahioa n Imtli anil la ilaaairvliitf
Havk (ions Fast On Thursday night
llou. I'. F. Morey preaideul of the l'ort
land tieneral Klectrii: company aeeom
panied by (ieo ('. Hrownell, their at
torney and W. C. Cheney, electrician lor
the eompany took the Union 1'acillv
train for New York (rom where they will
go to (toaton and Unn, Mans,, to close
up the bualneaa relating to the consoli
dation of the companies. They exnvt
to ta abst'lil aWut (our weeks It is
hardly necessary to say that Mr Morey
will take advantage of the trip lo ac
quaint himself with new electric appli
ances. He could not (ail lo do that II he
Tai.I. I'oi.xs. The I'ortlai.d tieneral
company have just received 300 cedar
poloe (rom up the Columbia which range
In height trom (0 lo 80 (eel A lot of
these have been unloaded (rom the cars
at Filth etreet where a nana' of men are
busy preparing them for setting. While
sume are shaping and smoothing them
withdraw knives others are Using 10
foot aimers to bore holea in tha bottom.
Into these holes oil will be Hiured and
tha hole plugged up. Tln-xe poles are
to be set between Oreinn City and Port
land along the F'ast Side F.lerlric, road
On the flat Mow town the very tallest
poles will be reipiired while in town thev
will run (rom 40 to 00 (cel.
Why Not a Hotki,? Now that there
cetns every prosinvt of a rapid forward
movement in Ibis city, why ia it not a
good time to move In the matter ol a
good hotel building. IJuita a numlier
ol business men have uolcd the need ol
a auilahlo hotel commensurate in site
and appearance with the needs of the
city, and all concur that it ia badly
needed. The F.NTKKi'Hisx baa assurance
that a good building could be rented
immediately so as to insure a lair return
on the investment. Then as an adver
tising factor it would plav an Important
part, In (act it may be said to be a
11k Woiikko tiik I'kkaciikks, The
Telegram notes tha appearance of an
other Ihirand Organ company note, the
party being the Kev. .. T. Ingle who
formerly preached in Miis cltv, Heaver
Creek and Kpringwater. The matter
came out through a suit to collect the
nolo. Aa the defence did not set up
"(ornery," the note la probably genuine
showing that Din and was not above
practicing hta blandishments upon
Tiik 1'hick ok Hoes. Joel 1'. (ieer
writes that hops are moving soma under
fair prices ranging from 18 to 20 cents.
Hops consigned by him as local agent
to London commission merchants have
yielded as high as 22 centa. Ho reports
a determined elTort an the part of Lon
don merchants to bear thu market,
which attempt is not proving very sue
cesnlul. Two lota aggregating 228 bales
were shinped last week.
Siii'T Down fob Kkpaikm On Wed
nesday the Willamette Tulp & Paper
company found that the cooking tanks
in which the chips are steamed, bad be
come worn by the acids used In cooking
till it was no longer aafo to use it under
the high pressure required, (or (earo( an
exploeion. The mill waa therefore shut
down and many bands thrown out of
of employment. They exKict to be Bhut
down for six weeks,
On Tiiohk Miuidv Siioks. Hud the
artist, can bo found at Famaworth's
barber shop, second door (rom post olllce
whore he will polish or oil shoes in the
Pchk Milk. Johnson it Wnrnaek
will deliver pure, fresh milk to all parts
of the city both morning and evening.
Good pasture, pure water and healthy
Un. i.k Kam's Hnao 1'it.i.x -Tha gov-
eminent hits been doing considerable In
Hie way ol improving Ihe upper river the
past season, and Ihe work done will
have a beneficial cU'ect upon navixution.
The Yamhill Is well cleared and It is ex
pected to run bouts In McMiunville this
wilder. The snug boat baa now gone
to Corvalllsf.om which point thu i.uIUt
will work down stream lo Halem,
which will complete tlm sea-oii's cam-
palgu against olnl ructions along the
channel of the Willamette. Tbeamoimt
expended durlnn Ihe avason'e work will
be In the vicinity ol 1VMN.
It Lkmis Fi.a von. On F'ridav lasl,
, . i . ,. ,
I boa. Hiown under Ihe Instruction
the Fled rie company bad several men
aimsged In removing Ihe body ol a dead
horse 1 1 on. the basin Just at the head ol
the water mains where It bad lodged
Ihe nlgbl before. The carcass waa passed
along to tbelowe, river, and will probably
next be heard liom at the Portland , ,1RV() i t tH,,t .anortmpnt of drv
water works, where it will lend flavor to iriaxls, clolhlriK, hoota and shoes, mil
th Pennover Imer taken from the Wd-! bnery and choice family groceriea in
Nxw to l)AV. IniMrif awisa cream
limlatrger and American (all cream
cheese, aourkraut, milchunr and Salt
herrings, mackerel, aalt salmon and
smoked meats. Fancy groceriea and
table delwles arriving daily al Marr &
Robertson's corner tovenlh and Madison
H H. Pague, forecast omVial of the
eat her bureau at Portland baa sent out
a resrt show log facta taken (rom ob
servations covering a partial of 20 year.
You can siiulv them, then turn weather
prophet and tell what kind ol weather
lo expect (or Ibis month. Mean or
normal temperature 42 0 deg ; the
the warmest Iiecemta-r was that of '75,
with an average ol 47.7 deg. j the cold
est December waa that of '84, w ith an
average of 31 S deg. ; the highest tem
perature during any December was US
deg. on the 27th, 1HHO; the lowest tem
perature during anv December waa 2 deg.
on the Kith, 18x8; average date on
which the first "killing" (roel cafurred
(In Autumn) fiovenitcr 17th; average
dale on which last Iroet occurred (in
Spring.) Precipitation : Averaire for
the month 8.22 inches: average number
of days with .1)1 of an inch or more, 19;
the gieatoat monthly precipitation was
ia,ti:i Inches In 1880; the least monthly
precipitation was 0 88 inches in 1870:
the greatest amount of precipitation re
corded in any 24 consecutive hours was
II.IV8 inches in December 13, 1802. Aver
age number ol cloudless day 4 ; aver
age number of partly cloudless days, 8;
average number ol cloudy days 19. The
prevailing winds have Invn (rom the
south; the highest velocity of the wind
during any December waa 44 miles from
the south, IVcamhor 7th, 18U1.
Notice is hereby given, that all assess
ment lor street improvements must lie
i paid at once or else property will be lev
ied upon Immediately.
W. A Whitk,
J. W. 0'CONNKI.I.,
C. N . (iaKKNMAN,
Comm. on Health and Police.
Oregon City, Nov. 2, 1H2.
C. O T. Williams i now doing busi
neaa (or himself at the old stand next
door to Caullcld A Huntley' drug
nonrr on eaay terra ol O
About the Assortment, p
4 One feature of ourfy
I.uliday stock is, that p,
there ia something (orf
il everybody something P
A for everybody' purse.
I The variety we show
makea the selection of ?"
appropriate gtfta easy
About the Price.
We aim to undersell f
our conumtitors the
J Portland dealers. Ho
i cause of lower running
l expense we are doing
it. Let us help you lo
"economixe this Xmas.
About the Style. ,
Having bought direct
j inuii r.amern manmac
1 turers, we can show you
in all lines the latest
J styles, patterns and de
1 sign the market alTords.
Many novelties are en
1 :....! i ...in .
,l iiiuir new auu will noi
lie shown elsewhere,
Coino in and see how satisfactory Xmas shopping can be made, how
well we can supply your wants and how far wo can
make your money go.
Oregon City Book Store,
Three doors north of postoflice.
V. A. Huntley, Proprietor.
I Holman A Warner, Undertakers arid
Krubalmers, Oregon City Hank building.
I Itecelpt, note ami order hooks al the
! KsminiiBK olllce.
Hecdniair soolhing imwders (or
' tlll))j,, , fl,V(,ri, ,.,jdiii,
j ,()W (my (j(ly mi) m IH.kt A,.,,(,t
,)(t Ktuedmaii'a. If
( "',lritl toO.egon ( Hy in lota
and bhks to suit purchaser. Property
f"' - ,"r"'" K- U'""'r-
I with W. Carey Johnson. tf
, . " ,, . ,
Hilm your produce to the Park Place
store wheie you can alwaya iret the bent
market price and your foods at lb
snuie llguiea aa UioukIi yon paid cash
ma)k rw.ej,t ,nj 0rder books
at the KvrttHraisa utile.
- TZ.riiZ J"PK
Clackamas county at prices that tell.
W a RTKii, second hand grain
K. K. Williams the grocer.
IT yarn waiait I barrovr noary
applf '. (. T. William.
Lounges, chair, ale, uiiholatered at
Holman A Warner's AH work guar
anteed. Ks, air all your old lounge (or
little money and they will be good as
risst sa Ortbard.
Walling A Jarrish, the Oswego nur
serymen, ofler the finest (election of
fruit tree eversold In Clackamas coun
ty at price within tha reach ol all.
Call and examine sample of their trees
and get price at F. T. Harlow' (tore
Iteantirnl naburian Heme.
One mile and a ouarter (rom town,
good hoard walk past the land. Acre
tract lo suit purchaser, term easy, the
finest suburban property offered lor sale,
yet on the market New proposed
motor line (rom Portland. High and
sightly. See L. K, Jasnxy with W.
Carev Johnson tf
Jbout that ijajj IjifM
In order to meet every demand
for Fine Perfumery this season, we
have bought a complete line of
Kickseeker'H Goods, thereby be
coming, their agents.
Theae odors are put up in almost
every conceivable shaped bottle,
and each one in a separate satin
lined case. They will make the
most stylish Christmas gift imag
inable. Mr. Scott, of Scott's Emulsion,
asked a leading drugpist of Lon
don, England, for a bottle of the
best perfume made, and the drug
gist handed out and sold him
bottle of Kiekoeoker's Golden Gate.
Our prices for all these odors are
the same ns for the more common
kind, though we still keep a full
line of Palmer's, Wright's, Lum
borg's and Steam's. Come in and
look at them. You are always
C. G. HUNTLEY,
Caufield - & - Huntley,
How to Buy.
I The very best kind of j
p a Holiday gift is that
k which has a useful as
f well as ornamental pur- j
p iose in view. We have
provided for all tastes; s
L but nothing will please j
P vour friend mare than a
ij, iiresent o( one o( hi J
favorite authors. j
When to Buy
At once if you want
y the Hist ehoioe. lo vou
remember what vou said
last Xums? That next
time you wouldn't wait
till the last minute. You
will do yourself an in
iustiee if von do not see
k our stiH'k before it is J
r broken up. j
Where to Buy.
r A'i..... l. I i
i i. liv'v mo imtrcH na- .
? sortnient at the fairest
prices is otlored. We
are perfectly willing to
alter you look through
our stock. Feel Iree to
come: we want every-
h body to see the nice
i things we have.
OFFICE Next door to Caufield & Huntley's drug store.
WATCH THIS SPACE I
IN THE NEXT ISSUE.
THOMAS CHARMAN & SON.
Oregon City Iron Works for all kinds of Machine
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.
Manutaciiirora ol and
COMBlflATIO. WII(E AMD pU FENCE,
Both rough and dressed for lawn and division fence, also
Hartman 3 r eel icket Fence,
And Wire Panel Farm Fence, also Expanded Metal Fence.
Call and see Samples and get Prices.
Shop over Bestow's Sush & Door factory, Oregon City, Or.
N tNlTACU'REK pF 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 OrdersE
Mill and Yard ofl the River, Foot of Main Street,
OREGON CITY. OR.
CITY VIEW MARKET,
HENRY BOYER, Proprietor,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh Beef, Mutton, Pork, Earn, Bacon and Lard.
THE BEST F MEAT KEPT AND SATISFACTION GIVEN,
SHOP ON SEVENTH STREET, AT HEAD OF STAIRS.
3 C. 0. T. WILLIAMS will
lean you all the money you
wanton improved farms at
the vory lowest rates. Special
rates given on large loans.
No I'liililing and Ian Asso
ciation but straight goods.
After thirty years residence
in Oregon City I feel safe in
refering to the public in gen
dealers In all styles of