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Oregon City Enterprise.
PubHwUett livery Friday.
1'l'llt.ISIIKH AMI I'ROI'RIKTOK.
republican party to do nil within their
power to protect their tiatlim' Imlualrios
mul currency from the on.slmiht r tli
Hotirboii". lit tho meat, tinio then Is
nothing to Iw i::iinM by per orling or con
ccaling the truth.
Kvk.i tho.M! who nuike a utility of the I
iiioiiry tiu'liou mul iiiifihl to be nlile to '
H-sk iiiulfit:inliii);ty of Ihv liimttciul out-,
i look hnvc Ihvii Muci.'ereil hv tho iii'timl ol'j
OFFICIAL FAFER OF CITY A1ID COUSTY-1 i nieohnor silver. Ti,tj
- -r :""" """-'v.i... ii,.,.i!t i to
ui mr soim sin it ctuimr.c nun out iiiiio i ivsUKm
Ihotirlit IihiI own ctvfn to the lmssili itvof
her taking tho step which she lias anil
which peems to have ntoni.liel not onlv
linaiieiers hut oMfiala of this govrriiinent.
It certainly throws another factor of un
known strength into the r xi.-tin tliuimiiil
Munition, and from the fact that it has
caused silver to drop to the lowest price
ever known it would win that It is not a
move w hich w ill help in any degree to re
lieve the financial depression now existing.
With a silver dollar worth hut .Vs cents and
likely to go lower it is a question whi ther
ami farmers We reason to thank the ad
ministration lor the extraordinary price of
of wool. Mrs. K, Warner has a Very Hue
thick, oerhii on tlm In II. I .,.. ..r .1...
jcoiiuty. In fuel Mm. Warner Is a siiccesslul
farmer having been a aliinlng liht
In Wnriier Knuijje. for many years. Her
I place nhomuls In all sorts of fruit Tnim
.cherries to xtrawhenics. Such shade trees
as maple, cotton wood, 011k and locust
(from which it derives Its luime) please the
ariiMic eve. lint licst view of Ml. St.
lie had from her lawn and
1m year, - ...
Three months, - -
Subscriptions ssrshle In vlvsnee
Ailveruaing rate given, on application.
- 1 im :
Entered al the Post Offlee In Oregon City, Or.,
as aecoud class matter.
FRIDAY. JUNK 30, ISM.
The EXTKIiPKISK guarantees a larger bona
flde cireulation than that of the other three
papers in the county combined.
Si'Kisowatkh, June :!. We shall cele
brate the glorious Fourth. Our woplo w ill
repair to the grove of W, 1, Cornell w here
scats have been provided, a merry go round
erected ami where pea nut stands are in
course of construction and there we w ill he
Jubilant. The oration will be delivered by
Kx. l 8. Marshal llarin. "In the afternoon
Hev. (iillmau l'arker willdeliveran address.
Music ill he furnished. Tho children are
preparing a number of pieces and a large
Out of Sight.
Tho truvoling puhllu ant now fully
ullvu to tho (net Dint tho Chlciitf'i,
Union Piiriilo itinl Northwestern l.lno
oII'ith tint very host nci'iiininoilatlona I"
tint public from ami to Chicago, Oiimhn
ami itituiuiiiiliatti points, not only dining
tho orl.l a l''nir tint nil tho year around
Shiloh'H Cure,, tho (iit'i.t t'ougli ami
( roup ('urn, in or Hitlo hv us . I'licki't
sine contuliia Iweiily-llvo ilnaea, only'.'-V
(-lildien lout It. C. (i. Huntley,
Call ami sen the lounges al It. 1.
lloliuiin anil you will see hoiiio good
ones which they nut selling iilimmt at
AGENTS FOR THE ENTERPRISE.
0. W. Prosser
Ilea K nifht
Gary & V(ssiin:er
li' J. Trulliiiger
E S Bramhall
W. 8. NewN-rry
- Mrs. 0. A. Sheppani
T. M. t russ
J. I). liase.
C. T llowsrd
K. M. Cooper
E. M. Hsrnnan
- - LJ Perdue
J. V. Klliott
(ieit. J. Currin
M. J. Hammer
this (rovermnent might not better at mut I choir and a string hand w ill he among the
cease trying to bolster up silver and prmved
at once to devise some other method for ob
taining a sutlk'icncy of circulating tiieiliuiu
for the transaction of the business of the
country. As it is the government has prac
tically to stamp its Hat on 4'2 cents of the
silver dollar and in a large per centage of
cases to turn around and redeem its own
flat with gold. The rcs'ilt of this policy is
to pile silver up in thetaultsof thetn-as-ury
department and send gold abroad. The
action of India will make one less country
to use silver, and the demand for it will Im
decreased in just the proportion that India
was a silver consumer, and makes it that
much harder for this country to bolster up
the white metal.
o.Y ir.r TO HELP.
While it is undoubtedly true that Oregon
City is feeling the ill eil'ects of the depress
ing times less than any other community
in the state we cannot boast of absolute
freedom of the evil consequences attending
the general lack of confidence which has
Compisy K finds itself at the end of its
four years of life in a more prosperous con
dition than ever belor. Since its organiza
tion on the 'JtUh of June bXI It has passed
through many trials, some of which
seriously threatened its existence hut under
the wise and conservative omnium, 1 of
Captain Canting and his associate otllcers
the company has steadily advanced in
discipline, efficiency and numbers till it
will now compare well with the other com
panies of the slate, especially as it has not
had the advantage of batallion drill as have
the Portland companies. The company is
now practically up to the maximum in
members but cannot muster its full number
for drill or insiection owing to the absence
caused monev to be hoarded hv those
fortunate enough to have It. The ills of ' "e. ami especially 10 me lack ot uin
close times are felt everywhere, and about forms- But i,h tlie l,ew uniforms just
all that the rank and file can doisto make ! or,lered b-v ,1,e ,ltttei firs' ' y
the best of the situation as it comes to ,1,al ,he eoninionwealth has provided in
them. At times like the present when'11"1' ,,le members will be pretty well
everyone having money owing to him is ,1"'I,11 and with the close attention now
wantine to eather it in "to belli liini out of ! '"g paid to drill by most of the members
bis tight places it is well for each one to do
all in bis power to eae up the tightness
by paying all that he can ol bis debts,
especially his small ones.
The following true incident which hap
pened in a small town in Linn county a
few years ago will illustrate the advantage
of putting money in circulation and shows
that in the course of trade it does not take
a fortune to pay a good many dollars of
small bills. Quite a number of men were
sitting in a store spinning yarns and dis
cussing the general dull times when a man
entered and paid another five dollars that
be owed him. Instead of putting the V
in bis pocket he paid it on his doctor hill
and the piece of currency thus started on
its debt paying mission bad within a very
few minutes been the property of every
man in the room and some of them bad
owned it twice. At the conclusion of the
ceremony, which is perhaps as appropriate
term as any, that bill had paid eighty-live
dollars of debts and strange to relate was
in the end the property of the man who
brought it into tbe store and set it afloat.
While this bill circulated faster than it
would naturally do in the ordinary conduct
of business it serves as an illustration of
the good that money in circulation may do,
while that wbich is locked up the pocket or
the bank is doing no one any service.
This is a good time to keep the money that
is not already locked up in motion.
will become a strong and efficient organiza
tion, a credit to itself and one of w bich the
community may well be proud.
attractions. Lunch will he sold at small
cost to those who do not care to carry it.
Come and celebrate I
Key, Korlies of Portland, has been hold
ing a week of protracted meeting here. A
deep Interest was tnanilesteil throughout.
We are sure they have been of great good
both in strengthening the church and in
promoting interest and harmony among
outsiders. Twenty-one were added to Un
church, eighteen of w hom were baptised.
It is probable that a parsonage will he built
this summer. V. C. Howell has agreed to
sell a suitable tract adjoining school house.
This matter can never be put In motion
better than now.
The prune crop promises to be Immense.
Mr. Outteridge thinks that even with
doubling the capacity of Ms dryer (which
Is over one ton ol dried fruit in twenty-four
hours now,) he w ill scarcely lie able to care
lor it all.
you keep at it, Is apt to toll uu
the liver. The things to prevent
thtsarw fir. Pierce's Plensant Pellets.
Take one of lhes little IVllrta for a
corrective or gent la laxative -Hire
for a cathartic. They're the small
eat, easiest to tnkn, plensnuttwl and
nioet natural In tho way tliay act.
They do wnniiiii( gisnt Consti
pation, Indigestion, ltili.nn Attai ka,
Kick or Unions Houdncha, and all
derangements of tho tlvsr, stomach,
and bowels are prevented, relieved,
They're iinmiirVed' to give sntls
In every case, or your money la
Tho worst chi8 of Chronic) Ca
tarrh in l lie Ili'tiil, yiclil to Dr.
Sii;i-' Catnrrh Kotui'i'.y. So cer
tain iti it that iis m.-iki-rs offer $500
rowarj for an inottruMu case.
The Clackamas County Horticultural So
ciety will hold its second meeting in this
city on the 15th of tiext month, and while
the subjects up for consideration are such
as are of special interest to fruit growers
the meeting has a special concern for all,
since ever)- one is interested in the fruit in
dustry either directly or indirectly. Every
business man in the city should do all in
his power to promote the enterprise since
it will be an imortant factor in making the
land hereabouts much more productive,
hence more valuable. It is within theseoie
of the association to build up an industry
in this county which will niake Clackamas
the richest county in the stale.
If the republican party were now in power
the democratic press from one end of the
land to the other would ring the changes
upon its resjionsibility for the distressing
times to which the country is subject. In
view of this fact it is not unfair to place the
blame for the present stringency upon the
party now in full control of the govern
ment machiencry. The New
says: it is not tlie banks, nor the gold In hnglund, by means of good
shipments, nor the rediscounts which have i system of postal deliveries has
uguieueu loans, precipuaieu lailures and
The New York Commercial Advertiser
in speaking of the changed conditions be
tween now and two years ago says: We
tear from Uncle Sam's ledger a page giving
the balance of trade favoring us for the first
four months following the passage of the
McKinley act, and tbe balance against us
for the first tour months of 1S93, following
the democratic victory, with free-trade leg
islation highly probable:
As a result of republl- As a result of nrni-
In our favor. icy: 1W,233.1 SKsinst
The IViiplf 'a Verdict.
Resides, curing the worst case of rlieu
mutism in Clackamas, county, tho fol
lowing cases ppeak :
Mrs. Charles, of Seventh street any a :
"My boy'a right leg was paralyzed from
his hip down, so Unit ho was unable to
put his foot to the grouiul for over twelve
months. After using tlm-e bottles) of
Mr. Hargreave'l himoug Seaweed Koin
edy. He can now run around without
Mr. Michael Quinn of Oregon City,
savi "I was laid up with a severe attack
of inflammatory rheumatism in a moat
acute form. Three applications of the
famous Seaweed Remedy entirely cured
Mrs. Geo. Kt-ddnway savg, "It in
worth its weight in gold for rheumatism."
SoldhyGuo. E. Haxohkavks, South
Madison Street, or at Thayer A Alden's
office, Oregon City.
P. 0. RoxJ-'RS;
State ok Ohio City of Toi.kihi)
Lrcas County. )
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he ia
the senior partner of tho firm of F. J.
Cheney A Co., doing business in t lie city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, i
and that said firm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by IIai.l'r Catakuii Ci ke.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this (ith day of December,
A. D. 1886.
J I A. W.GLEASON,
ItKALj Notary Public.
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ADDRESS! SAN FRANCISCO, CAl
Park Place Store
Lowest price on ladies'
IIIIsms Hint Cliinurii"
stylish and pietly hats
for July Fourth.
I'.in ki ye mower, cham
pion mower, Nhultlcr
wagon. H)" I'"1'1
Ilor.e hay f"'
rakes al I'orlUud prices.
I M IX A Mlu,;,
Men's ilmt ,
gre.s ami laie, Ui)i ;,.
nIi.h-s, III, Iii-i.' Iln, ,
best styli-a an, ,
pi li es, l adii..', ,;,.
an. I i-I.IU'r.-ii'a 0,r
Iroin fl L'Mo .' a,
11F.I.IEVS TEVrillHIl BEAT,
r it n- K.N t r ITS. CO N V V IJH 10 S . ae.
PtlESr.RVE A MKA1.TUT HTATE Or THE CON.
ST1TITIOX DUHIN4 i'EJUUO Or TEKTUIMi.
Br that the worili " J0D5 8TIXDJIA5, Chum
fart. Walworth, Slurry," are envrri-4 oa Ui
Oori-rnmeat Htanp a must to mu packet.
M-Dold by all Leading Irug(lla.
A new and complete trvntmi'iil, c,.ii..iin i,l
HnprMMltorl, ointment In C'sp.iilrs. nImi In
Hoi uml I'llls: a p live cuir lor Ktlernal,
Internal, III I ml or l.li-i .iiiik, lu-liltiit. chronic.
Kid-tit or lli-mllisry I'lli-., slot ninny iIih-sihi
Mud fi'iusle wm k Hi-Mrs ; It Is alwsys a uri-at
titMii'At l" ttir ri-in-ml hpallh 1 hn flrl ill.
cuvury ot a meilli-al cur rvit.li-rliJK an oiwiattoii
with tin- knlt iliiiir-r..nry tu-ri-nlii-r. Thla
rsmnlv has uvvf-r li-rn known to fail. II pr
Ik, i. 6 fur ." ; srnt by mall. Why mffi-r (rnin
thla terrible dl-rate wtiru a writlni guarantee
Is fivrn with all tsupa to reliinil tin-monity II
not cnrril. Hi-mi .lamp tor fri-i-irti)le. f.imr-anti-r
l.iiiril l,y Woiihih1 ( LK A t o. wlioln
sale ami rrtall ilriifvlita. aolo atrnia. Portlaml,
Dreiniu, Kor .ale b (.'. 0. Hiiulley, Oreaou City,
Sugars at Cost
FLOUR S3.50 PER BARREL
Strawberries 3c. lb. & going clow
Highest price paid for eggs, butter
grain and all produce.
HAMILTON & WASHBURN.
Look Before You Leac
OR IN OTHER WORDS
ion take your choice at the polls, bat
the silent law of cause and ell'ect runs re
shaken confidence. It is the knowledge
that the democratic party is in full control
Of both the executive and legislative
branches of the government. The ex
ecutive branch breathes platitudes, but
declares no policy. The legislative branch
Is an unknown quantity three months in the
future, and the past record of the party
which controls it is such as to make the
average citizen skeptical of either its
ability or its willingness to act wisely.
The platform on which Grover Cleveland
was elected was a protest against progress
and a declaration of war upon prosjierity.
The return of the democratic party to com- i
pk-te control of the government, unless the
solemn declaration of principles put forth
by the Chicago Convention was a tissue of
deliberate falsehoods, meant ruin for
American industries and debasement for
American currency. Democracy came into
power demanding free trade and state bank
. currency. The business men of the nation
liave taken the party at its word, that is all
The shrinkage of hundreds of millions of
dollars in the value of securities in which
the earnings of the people are invested, the
Jialt suddenly given to industrial enterprise,
the scarcity of money, the dearth of credit
in the wealthiest nation of the world; these
are the logical and inevitable results of
democratic triumph with its threat to
reverse all the conditions upon which the
prosperity of the country has been based.
The country today is feeling the effects of
aiemocratic rule. When congress meets it
will be the duty of the representatves of the
Rkcoosi.iho the great importance of
better roads California has called n road
convention and among subjects for investi
gatlon will be the influence of good and bad
roads on rural life, upon taxation, and
upon the development of the resources of
the state, as well as the effect of good roads
lork Press ! In making rural postal delivery probable.
tended far into the country. The enlarge
ment of such facilities, it is believed, will
follow close upon the improvement of roads
in this country. In the matter of time
the rural population will be brought nearer
With the United States committed to the
doctrine of protection it would be much eas
ier to maintain any standard of money
which should seem to us best for this coun
try alone, but with a party in power com
mitted to the policy of free trade, which In-
volvesextensive dealings witli the nations of
the earth, we must be guided by the stand
ard required by the countries with which
we do business.
Mount Pleasant Items.
Moi;rt Pmasaut, June 27. Mr. and Mrs.
Will McCord went to Canby Tuesday and
Thursday of last week. Strawberries were
Master Guy Kellogg, of Oregon City, has
bee a guest at White Hall.
Miss Wauttenpaugh and Miss Maggie are
at home for their summer vacation.
George Wilchart's pleasant and familiar
face was to be seen on Sunday last, which
Is quite an unusual occurance of late.
It is whispered around that Mr. and Mrs.
John Hetidricksoti may possibly sell their
place and leave this vicinity in the near
future. We should all be sorry to lose
sucltuhospitable neighbors, for we are not
among these who are " off with tbe old love
and on with the new."
Sheep are mostly shorn of their fleeces
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood ami
mucous Biirfai.-ea of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F.J. CIIKNKY A Co. Toledo O.
HTSold by Drugiiiats, 75c.
Are you insured? If not. now Is the
time to provide yourself anil family with
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
and Diurrlici-a ltemedy as an insurance
against any serious retmltg from un
attack of bowel complaint during the
summer months. It is almost certain to
be needed and should be procured at
once. No othur remedy can take its
place or do its work. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by (Jeo. A. Harding.
If you want to h!1 your proH;rty,liHt it
with Wade H. .Spencer.
II O fi Nf .1 aVI LL4 m Wl W t .1
v -7T wn s-T i .cm t rm i
fit liirair ItnttW
una UltaUT i;o(Klll,i.l.'IIH. plo'l-i-l.y enrol
whnro all oiliora fall, Coui;ha, I to ;i, : ont
Thront, lloaracneaa, Wlto-n-iy ii).li riM
Aatoma. lor Consumption If him un ,vnl;
tins cured tho-juam't, no I M'lirf voir if
takrnlu ti'.no. Hoi-.' y I'-ti ;;i. n i n n K'-iur-amen.
For n f.:tr. - l.m ,( i,r .: n,
SHILOil'B HEL' AtiONN. 'LBTJtk.a-!.
iluvoyimcaiuiriir 'liiia run.
tetd to euro ou. i'r
For sale by C. G. Huntley.
Keceipt, note and order
books at the
Do Not Climb the Hill !
George C. Ely's
lUyville, - Oregon,
Wherp you can got the higheHt
cash price for
Butter, Eggs and Other Farm
Full line of new gooda at prices
lower than Oregon City. .
And a PREVENTIVE fur
: tl.K a,
Ara Sato and Ri li.ihln.
JT IVrfr tf Hiini-lraa,
laoic I n iff
BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE,
BOXES OF ANY
terna, brackets, or
Shop Carpenter's Work
Will be Suited by Callinn on Me.
Doors, Windows and Blinds
COpp. the Congrejfational Church
S'-nl nn.tnalil on rrrelpf (
price. Mrnv refumlau if not i
"A Vln rla rinnnnn. Cn
1IU UU VIUUllVIIU vv.,
De Molnea. Iowa.
For nale by Charman it Co.
NOTICE OF FINAL 8KTTI.KMHNT.
I hereby give rmtlre that I have flleil with the
County ( diirt nl Clankaman roiiuly, Oregon,
my aitniiiinla and vo.iiilmra for final m-uli-ineut
of the iiHtate of John WllHon.ili''mini'i, ami the
Court haa appointed the drat Monday In An
num, IK't, (or the examination ami aeiilnient of
theanmt. IMVII) WII HON.
June 8, !H!fl, H(l 7-1
fitter k Emta
i. .i NO'UCF. OK HAI K
In the ( ounty l oun ll( ,lu, HlHlCl)( ,
tho comity ol Clai kiunaa. " '
de'':.',aHU,,r0f "'t' '"lM0,,f J"l' '-' -i)on,
Notice r hurptiy Ivi'ii. tlmt In t.nr. -
... order of .ale mH J l. " !
V Court ot llieroiinty f ,-,,,B m
Ori-Kim. on 11,1. 7il, .i. i i .... " ." "
ahove calate, the ui raUned iiiVliil.Vratri. !l
.Kid ..late, will .,. , prUate
mea. aim eel in ennl . r.. ... i.... i... . . . ..
I have now In mjr handa funda applleahla to
thi payment of all warmuta eudiirHed prior to
May I, lw.ll. Jnteruil will eeaat; from dute of
thla notice. H II CAl, IKK,
Treaaurernf Clankamaa county.
Uated Oreffun City, June HI, 1'j;i.
NOTICE OF I'KOPOHKI) IMIMtOVKMKNT OK
Notice in herehy nlven, thai tho City Cnunnll
of Ori-Kiin city propoaea to Improve that portion
of Fiflh atreet IvIiik between the weat aldu of
Iflah atreet and eaaterlvto the Interaeetlon of
the preaent county road near the weatjliiHof
Van IlureuBtreet at the expenaeof the property
Flrat-Ily uradlm that nart of Fifth afreet lv.
Ilia between the weat Hue of lllirh atreel and
the weat aide of Van llliren atreet to the eatab
HabedKrade, and by amvclliiK the mild atreet
ten feet ou each aide of the center line of aald
Hccond The dews ka are tn be taken nn
and repaired o an to conform with aald grade,
and in eaae there la nn walk there la to be built
a good alx-foot alilewalk, all at the expeuaeuf
win property ownera.
Ordered publlahed by the City Council of
Oregon CltjT M meetlnj of aald Council held
Juu 1, lkW. . - L. i FoKTca, Heeordcr.
ainna county, atatoof iiiegon to wit.
I he iiorth hall of the norll, e V,,r.r ,
lot No. a of aei l nn 10 In town '2 .,.il. . .
tr-trlx may aee III tu ael H"""",H-
dHHyKl;,f 'iirzir "u ,h
-""-7 ' """".' Ailm'x.
linproveini nl 1,1 M,.i ... .... 1 Ihe
in accordance win.
he ordiminca. u.i... ,
I. , . 7 ' " " "1"
aeconipanled will, . r'riia ,A" ""'t he
amount ol laaiT, I,. . ""! k. the
ued In lbcontriii-il,, , V.i ' i ' "r" "
or 1,1,1, win be r . . v ' . ""4 N" 1,1,1
June Hill,, law. ilTcuv I"'" "' '" "'
right to reject any and .7l ' '" "'.""" the
bid. U, City Heco u" and mi, ' A.',,lr""" "
velope. oilid for -,
U order of city cII(., j'la',"1" "r"'-"
i . poh'trr,
-:6-30 "' ' KKI.I.Y,
Hnoeeaaor to V. II T I-
Corner Fourth and Main Street-
The I.KADINO I.IVF.HY HTAW'
tho (,'ily. iUH 0r BI,V ilcmril8
fiiriiiHliml on aliort notice.
All kimlg of Truck ami IVIivorj B
iH'Ha promptly attimihiil to.
HorH.ia llimrrh,,! anil Ki-d on rcl!
Photograph G alien
If you want a Rood photograph f"
"ima call at liiH old stand of
poriito Farr's hutchcr sli'P-
NOTHINO BUT FIRST-CLASS WORK DS
PROMPT DELIVERY ,