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Oregon City Enterprise.
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SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
flocks at Burinttisf Andtvson'n,
If yon want to buy lots in Bolton ap
ply to C. 0. T. Williams, agent.
J. S. Courtney M, 1. physioltin and
enrgiHin, room 5 nnt A, Cliarnifth block.
"C 0. T. Williams, i now prepared to i
make wry favorable rate or. good (arm
' Kstor Parker gave the hanl of M
Wsbip to twenty new members last
Carl lUnda ws made a fult ciiin of
the Vnited States by the county court
ttua wwk .
Those contemplating bor-owing should
ascertain terms offered by C. 0. T.
Take your babies to !he New York
gallery and get a good picture while you
have the chance.
Get your Christmas candies and nuts
at Stevens's and make happy the little
girls and big fdrts.
Rudolph Seiler is now in charge of tlie
weaving room in the woolen mill as suc
cessor to Arthur Ilaiyh.
At the earnest solicitation of the
proprietors, A. T. Putrow has resumed
his old place m the wxvjlen mill.
Furnished and nnfurnished rooms to
let Moot of the Commervial bank.
St Mas. G. I. Thomas.
Bay yaw naints and oils, windows ;
nd doers at the Park Place Store.
Tbey are cheaper than elsemhere.
Frank Ford of Osweuo and Oscar
Stnrps of Molalla were drawn to serve '
upon the United States sraml jury.
The 1st Baptist church of Oregon City,
leave Uk-hard Hargraves of Sprint; Water j
a license to preach tbe Uoaei, last
C. O. T. Williams is now doing busi
ness for liimself at the old stand next
door to Cautield A Hantley's drug
Philip Thiire and David Manarv sub
jects of Britian. and Lou Johnson, of I
Norwav, tiled their declaration of cit'ien-!
ship this week.
, On Saturday evening as John Barrett j
was going out of town he lost a tire?
and smashed awheel just in front of ttie ;
Congregational church. I
Thos. V. Scott who has been in the j
employ of George Bronghton for somej
time received a telegram on Sat-j
unlay summoning him to LaFarette on 1
account of the death of his little girl.
At Stevens's confectionery stand next I
door to Livermore's lio'el can be had the
finest candy and fresh nuts in town. In i
packages for Christmas purposes at :
special prices. j
The neatest presents for Christmas,!
1S92, come from the holiday stock of
Burmeister A Andtesen, leading the j
trade in diamonds, watches, clocks,
jewelry, silverware, musical instruments ;
On Friday evening F. J. Louis, chan
cellor commander acting and elect, ten
dered his resignation to take effect with
the expiration of his time, Jan. 1, and
CO. Albright jr. was elected to All the
Martha, daughter of Mr. Straight ot
Park Place, was buried last Saturday,
the 3d inst. Funeral wrvtces were held
at her father's residence, a large audience
attending. Stie lacked only a few days
of being 15 years of aite.
The family of Charles Gibson consist
ing ot his wife and six children accom
panied by two relatives, recently arrived j
from Kockford, Illinois, and have moved i
intoJ. G. Pilsbury's house across the;
Sunday morning about three e'clock
F. J, Louis was taken suddf nly ill with !
what appeared to be a severe attark of '
cholera morbus. Dr. Yeargain adminis-
tered a hypodermic injection which !
brought some relief, but he did not until i
Monday evening feel like himself again, j
Eight now we are ready with an J
immense assortment of Christmas gifts.
The piesents you want at the prices yon
like are all included in our splendeil
line of diamonds, watches, clocks,
jewelry, silverware, musical instruments,
etc. Blbmhistbh a Andbkhks,
When on a visit to Iowa, Mr. K
Dalton, of Luray, Russel county Kansas,
called at the laboratory of Chamberlain
A Co., DesMoines, to show them his
six year old boy, whose life had been
caved by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
it having cured him of a very severe
attack of croup. Mr. Dalton is certain
thai it saved his boy's life and is en.
thusiastic in his praise of the remedy.
J-or sale by Gkoror A. Hakdi.no.
( linrcli Social.
In connection with the fair to be held
in the Shively hall, on Thursday and
Friday the 15th ami 10th. The Y. P. S.
C. E. will give a Japanese tea and social
on the evening of the 15th. This
promises to be the most unique enter
tainment of the season. .Make of note of
TUB CITY COUNCIL
JiRW J.UI.-HOSK IIOISK, SKWF.KK
AMI II V MUMS
A Busy and ImpM-faut Session Much
i Boutin and iw ftnit)ii-
The city eouncU held an interesting
and busy session Cm Wednesday evening.
The action of the committee on fire and
water in purchasing 20 hvdrants lor use.,
on the hill at a cost of f'.'l.tW each wasj
approved as was al?o their report of the i
erection of a be lue cart house on the
hill for which $8 per month rental was
to be paid, and tbe recorder was author
tied to lease tbe building of U. W.
Church for three years.
The committee on streets and public
property reported subscriptions of $rt).50
towards building Madison and Four
teenth street bridge and asked further
itinefor consideration which was granted.
As r some of the donatora offered but
small sums gi as low as a day and
a haifs work, they do not seetn very an
xious for a bridge.
Tbe committee on health and police
submitted plans for a new two-stoiy jail
2llx&! to he built of spiked timber, con
crete and biick, together with bids as
K B Andrews k'5 W
Tower A Kinney --Ttt 4:'
Hargreaves A Borthwick 1ST5 00
IVeth vt ttoettiing .:MW 00
Geo tlargravea (M
Upon motiou of O'Connell the com
mittee was instructed to contract with
the lowest responsible bidder for the
completion of the building within M)
day of IVc. 10th, $2000 approved Kinds
to be required and a forfeit of to per day
for over time. The motion carried,
Kelly voting, no.
M. J. Broderiek was granted renewal
of liquor license for another vear, anil
the license of Flanagan A Hill was
transferred to M It. Flanagan.
Permit granted Stevens and Jagyar to
erect a 1 story paint shop on lot 5, block
3, siie SOxts).
The committee on streets and public
property reported a rebate on sewer
assessment of 39.23 per cent, but as this
has to be paid Wk by ordinance the
matter was deferred to give time to pre
pare the ordinance.
The following delinquent assessments
for the sewer were reported and the
city recorder ordered to issue warrants
for their collection:
Reuben Smith U2 90
Jno Schratc 2iM 53
J R Aver 5 4;
Luke Comer , 74 40
J Johnson 75 tH
fl V Rosa 2 10
W L White ! 13
L hoval , 4ti 57
Total ITM 72
It was voted to allow 100 towards the
Abernethy bridge in conjunction with
the motor line and a warrant in favor of
Chas. Califf was ordered drawn.
An ordinance against houses of ill
lame and another requiring sewer con
nections were put upon their final pass
age and passed.
Road tax of T L Chaiman, 0 Hobcrg
G H Wishart and Caleb Cross remitted
on account of large amount of personal
work dane on streets
Chiel of police reported the city pound
in bad condition. Tae committee on
health and police was instructed to in
spect it and report. This brought out
inquiries concerning complaints about
sundry stock and dogs running at large
Recorder reported the total number of
caws brought before him as nine of
which three were for keeping houses of ill
tame, one only of whom was convicted
and fined $75, which was paid. Six
were for disorderly conduct and were
fined $5 each of which four paid.
The city collector reported:
The tax levied as $4H7I) 37
Tax collected 4547 28
Delinquent 274 15
Eirors and allowances 50 i4
Referred to finance committee.
The city treasurer's report was rend
and showed as follows:
General fund collected $5274 Of)
Balance on hand RS73 01
Water fund received 17,'!2 80
Balance on hand 1143 27
Cemetery, received 51 50
On hand 171 87
Washington street fund all checked
Main street sewer fund, balance on
hand $7041.19. Delinquent $785.72
Approved by finance committee to whom
it was referred last month and ordered
The following bills were allowed :
H Smyth from sewer fund t 233 00
Geo Bronghton 100 70
L A Noble 5 00
Chas Bolds 8 00
C Hobcrg 40 00
Portland G'n'l Electric Co .... 135 70
Jno Kelly 02 50
Joe Purdorn HO 25
Kntbki'kisk 21 05
K Parker 00
Total $702 10
Council adjourned to meet at 7:.'H)
Tuesday night Dec. l.'ith.
We offer a great variety of appropriate
presents for ladies, gentlemen and
children. We can supply a suitable gift
for old or young at any price you desire
to expend. Bukmkistkk a Anjjkkhen,
H, J. Trul linger iheNssby ol Union
SJiJIs was Uut town on Momluy attend
ing to Amtjne,
Mrs, W. C. Johnson returned fiin
Tacoma on Wednesday after an ahaetuv
ot about four weeks,
J tides D. J, Switser and wife and Miss
Alii't IVx of (jt. lii'lena visited friends
in tin's city last week,
A. W. France has come up front his
home in Clatsop county to visit with bit)
sisters till after Christmas,
Mr. and Mrs. E, Richards came tip
from Portland on Friday and visited W.
II. Howell and other ft tends.
A. S. IHvsser left the (list of the week
for Astoria and Clatskanie on a business !
trip to to 1ms absent several days.
Will A. Peairs of IVsMoines Iowa,
the popular traveling a;ent forChamber
lain A- Co. was in town Wednesday.
Win. Boring of Oamascna a in town
on Monday. He reports fall work
among the farmers in his locality well
B. B. I'eekmaii, one of the promising
and successful young attorneys of Port
land was in tbe city on Tuesday on legal
I.. Schwahathor of fie Crown paper
company arrived from San Francisco the I
lat of tbe week. He expects to emin j
in the city about two weeks.
W. I.. Conant and wife and Miss
Kdna Johnson of Portland were at the
Kpworth League convention an visited
T. A. Pope and family and others while
K. I). Wilson took the evening train
south Monday morning for a business
trip up the valley. He intended to take
in the narrow guage and Southern
i Vitii' as far south as Corvalhs. and to
be gone iiiohI of the week.
Judge IVter II. Ward of Portland,
formerly from Indiana where ho sat uon
the bench tie tore which President
Harrison and Attorney Genera! Miller
frequently praelh-ed, was in the city
looking after land office caw on Tuesday.
Saturday evening Dr. W. K. Carltwas
down to Portland to attend the second
annual meoliug and banquet of the
Northwest Harvard cluh. The cluh met
at Hotel Portland and passed a uuwt en
joyable evening including a grand i
Sidney Smyth left (or the Fast on
Saturday over the Union Pacific to join
his wife at Toledo Ohio. He Intends
iioing as far east as New York and
Boston and may take a run to Washing
ton tiefore his return w hich will be about
January 3, when be will be accompanied
bv Mrs. Smvth.
better than a flannel bandage dainivned
with I'haiuht'rlain's Pain Halm. It will
nearlv effect a cure in one night's time, j
This remedy is aim) a favorite for rheu-
imitHm and has cured many severe !
ca.-v ou cent bottles lor sale ty li A.
A Bo.j Plu. Why?
It is a common remark that our busi
ness i showinga greatly inc reased activ
ity this season. Customers speak of it.
What is tbe reason for it? Can't you
tell? If not try again Hundreds of
new customers are coming to us, ami
coming once come again. Why? It is
because you are treated courteously and
get your full money's worth everytims
whether you spend a dollar or a nii'kel.
You read our advertisement and you
know that what we av is true You
came for the goods advertised a bar
gain, (wrhape, and so slated yon have
never been misled or deceived by us, in
fact you find the bargains better than
you expected. We nave your confi
dence and we want it. This is tbe foun
dation of our business. There is no
nonsense about I.ki.i.omv A Hi sit.
For Christmas presents either useful
or ornamental, go to the Presbyterian
fair Thursday Bnd Friday evenings of
next week. Nothing will be on exhibi
tion and for sale that will not bear
the closest inspection.
Presents that are beautiful in every
sense of the word can be obtained there.
Pliot 10 Orchard.
Walling AJarrisb, the Oswego nur
serymen, offer tbe tinest selection of
fruit trees eversold in Clackamas coun
ty at prices within tbe reach of all.
Cull arid examine samples of their trees
and get prices at V. T. I'.ai low's store
The Trov Hteain laundry, of Portia nd
has opened an ageney in Oregon City
with F. A. Waddoek at tbe post office
confectionery and cigar stand, where
bundles will be received and returned
at Portland prices. All work guaran
teed to be first-class.
SHIVELY'S - OPERA - HOUSE
One nigbt only.
SATURDAY EVENING, DEC. 10.
THE-:- WESTERN -:- COMEDY-:-COMPANY,
PreneiitlriK their farec comedy
THE GREAT HINDOO SECRET,
tn three nH, nud the laupliahlo curtalrt
rlner iu one net,
fl HOUGH DIAMOND.
Dooraopen at7;30. Curtain at 8:15.
AD MISSION 35c. - 50c.
Ticket! for sale at the pout office
-15y using '-The l.yom Tutout lint l-onfonnator" wo mv .rtqtrt'.l to givo you ft
PERFECT FIT IN ANY OF THE
Many olyVot to stitTlmts Utuuso thoy uro s umuitif.utal.li' m tho lit tul wlulo mw.
Ymt ilon't havo to wait now for it hat to luijo itsolf to your homl. Wt ehuM. it
for vou ami nuiko it tit ns ta.v an ft soft hat.
In Still Hals Wo Carry all Stylos,
From 91 Up to tho Host Silk
In Soft Hals WVlIuven Lario Sttrk, and Can
as tho Ilcatl of Almost Anv
olliing and Furnishing
O'CONNELL St CLASS,
The One Price Clothiers and Matters,
OREGON CITY. OREGON,
THE LEADING GROCERY HOUSEI
jhe Most Complete
and only first
ed, our prices are
always the lowest.
Cor. 7th & Madison, Shively Building, Oregon City.
J. W. A. RSDHOUSe,
If you have a watch or flock that 1och not run and keep cor
rect time, give mo a trial and I will do tho square
tiling hy you. If honest and fair dealing
will capture your trade I will have it.
Watches Regulated Free of Charge.
No. A, Commercial Hunk Mock, Oregon City, Oregon.
F. W. MILLER,
- Tprrs - finllis
1 llUUUi UUlUUl JLU1U11UU1MJ
Poultry and Bee Supplies, Etc., Etc.
X"7 SECOND STJECIEIiaTC,
SEISTD FOR OATALOGUB.
.- 4yic- j-rfy..
are constantly adding to our eUtck
Iiiitsirtcrs and dealers in
Choice Hi Gracene
Selected Teas, run Coffees & Spices.
Butter & Cheese from a best dairies
and Vegetables in Season.
Watchmaker & Jveler.
Has a nice line of Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry for the Holi
Souvenir Spoons a .Specialty
Hanging in Prico
Hat lor .
Fit tlu Purse as Well
On Business Principles.
One Trice to All.
Positively no con
nection with any
I.ivery, Fml ami 8le Stable
tOCATJUl IIKTWKKN 1 11 K HHIIKIK AND
Double mill Single KigH, ami ami
die horses nlwnvH on liitnil til the
lowest prices. A corrall connected
with the burn for loosn stock.
IiifnriiiiiUmi regarding any kind o(
stock promptly itttcndcd to by person or
horsos Bought and Sold.
IIRI.IKVB rnVKIUHII HEAT,
PHKHF.HVK A HRAl.TIIV HTATE Off TUB CON
STITUTION puniNo j'wnoD or TtxTUisa.
Bmi that th worda " JOUH BTKKDMAS, Chm.
1st, Walworth, Sunny," are engrtivnil ou tlio
Qovftrnmiml Bump aniicd to aa-li ptu'ltol.
jtrSold by all Loadlug Drugglrts.
Beautiful Fruit Farm !
Forty acres, levol as 11 lloor, nil
deuivd, well fenced i: to II vo lii'lds,
HO01I hnllHC 'Jl(lx2(i feet, 8li(llli(.
wiill of oimI water and forcn pump,
Rood burn anil out hoimes, Nevoral
liunilreil fruit trccH priintm, applo,
cherries, otc, Hinall fruit in abund
aii(!o, several sheep, hoH, cowh, two
young horsim. ICvcrythinf? in firnt
clasH condition. For partiotilarH,
apply to ownor, Milton Stingby,
noar CurrinHvillo, or bco L. R.
Jannoy, with V. Caroy Johnson,
Orogon City, Oregon.
Sf2 POWDERS I