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Oregon City Enterprise.
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vrl' tlml tbtt 110,0(0 lit tli Job bank
N,Hr bad any btialnea llirrn at nil and
pH ilipra lit violation of lb Implied In
leiilloii of tlio law and tb tiruvmlulil of
lh lri''irtir' voinlirm, wlilrli
tint tlm funds " nrrdml iii to tx mp
iillrl f r Ilia purposes named In Ilia bill.
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IU,0mi fund rwvivwl by lli triM
wvt on April i'.'iiil ami lininilitttil)f in
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tlit cmilrai't (or i bo itumt ruction ol tba
liulliliiiK'1 not IkpiI tint 1 1 July Hth,
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oriU tlnr no hwil lor tlm iimiiry
to likVH bft'i) brru ut all unlll AtiKtmt Int,
mil tint lull ri-xinitbllly lor lu Iom
rmla elllirr llon the ilwawtl tiramirer
vt tbo bonnl, or tbo UwrJ Itwll. For j
lliii ri'miii tlm I'olU'icu boiiltl not mlTi-r
Hip loan ol thla luii'l, mill a ix'uri biii
mvpKiiifittlon ol nil tin hu t to tbu eixl
lliat tin- rfntHUmibility anil Ibe Im limy
bill wlirru It bi'toui: xlioulil Iki In
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linn bin iiaiiin im tlm m'iih.iii why tlm ri
nmiinltT o tlm utiitc piroritiiiti,
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'inlfil. Tbu niiiiiiiloii kiiii tbn hIuIh
tr'iiurir to for w arl tlm urnint pro-pun-il
ami m-iit to Mr. Sbiploy lor hi
liKinituii', but bili'l without ii;nintt
It. liiiini'iliiiluly afu-r bi ili-ath, Iho
Unk having auniN-iuliHl nifantiine, tbu
txMiornilon ol thn riMjuinitlun Iwcaina a
mutter ol iollt ltuilo to lla proinotoro,
who uiilortimiiti'ly awun'il It. It i
ll known that ilurliiK hia IIIih-h, Mr.
Hhlplcy Htutixl to an intiiuati) Irixml that
powcrlul Influnnci', IhiIIi In ami nut ol
Cyrvallia, bad bern bmnuht to lxur to
Irnlure blm to brinit tbo liindn bore.
RU'K ItlVKN MlNKi.-TllO I'MfffM
(iu.rd contain nn-ntionoObo IIIub river
mining dintrlct a lollow: I'rivata cor
rusiomb'Hcu Iroin Mr. Urw'n, one ol
tlm owner ol thn Cyclone mine at Blue
river, annouiirca tlmt tliBUnuling on the
Biinnionii i rwk road will be completed
by Paturduy nltflit. Tbi road cx
U'nd (roni tbo rniiln traveled McKonr.le
road to the Cyclone mine, and U the
flmt road completed to the Illtio river
mine ho that machinery and supplies
can be hauled the entire distance. From
this mine lateral road will be built to
tlio otbur nimoa belli" developed in the
Jittrict. It ia exported that Mr. Green
will arrive In Eugene tomorrow on his
y to Oregon City to mko arranuo-
nienta rcuardinu tbo shipment of ma
ililnery. The Mr. Green hero relerred
to is K. It. Clreen of this city who re
turned from tho mine on Saturday anil
nuHiriu lint .p.uiin.iii hriirhter tt the
ork U pushed and the vein exposed
Accidknt attiik Dkhuk'K. On Mon
day what niluht eiisilv have proved
wrlouH or fatal accident hapiwned to
Julitt KreytaK w,w worlt 1,10
pit cloarinir out rock. It seem that tbo
plunk to which tho rope was fastened
camo loose and awung around hitting
Mr. Kreytag across the chest and shoul
ders knocking him down Into the water
in which he was Htundlng at tbo timo
with such lorce a to stun him so that
lie wan unable to help himself out anil
but for tlmnlv nHN'mUiice ho would have
drowned. Ho was at ones helped out of
the nit and tnkn home, whore Dr. H. r.
Furrin found that he had sustained
no serious Injuries and he I now getting
To Trap. Two yoke t gooi work
oxonforoaU or hay. Apply to Glad-
atone saw mill office.
I'tl'll AllAIN IN Kcilixil Owlmi
I'ttrtly to the fact that the new bulldlnu
not earlier enuinleled. lb ll filieiilnu
ol tbu full term wa delayed later than
usual this year, but on Monday of this
ui pupil,, to tl0 m,mber of about
Hth) gathered In their rooms anil prepared
vo orgin their studies. The school are
under the efllclent suH,rviHlon of Prof
' " I'rlnKlo who Is lu his old room at
the building on li.'th street. Ills assist
ants In that building are, 1'rof. I'bllllp
Houlen, 7th grade, Mis Fannie I'orter.
h grade, Mia Juneau Wade.oth graile,
miss Mnetta Chase, M tirade, Mr. D.
II. (Haas, 4th grade, Mis Gertrude Fin-
ley, 2d grade and Mis May Kellj, 1st
grade. The teachers at the Kevenlli
street school are. I'rof. W. II. lWoll.
Miase Mollis llankln and Krin U.
rence. The enrollment on the first day
gave over 44 to the teacher provided
they could have been evenly distributed.
nut as they am not, some ol the rooms
have more than the room will seat or
the teacher attend to proirly, so It Is
prohshlu that tbo board will have to pro.
vide lor additional rooms and teacher.
I'aaauYTkaiAM Annual Msktino. On
Monday evening the First Presbvterian
church of this city held it annual meet
ing which waa wi ll attended and inter
eatlnit. The reports of tho ofucet and
psstor made a most satisfactory show
lug ol the condition of the society and
It several auxiliaries, For the first
time since Its organlratlon the church la
out of debt and with it membership of
l'.'l) and the general good feeling which
Is manliest among tbo member the
woiklorthe future looks most promis
ing. The subscription already pledged
(or the supiort of the pastor is sufllclent
to show that the full amount will be so
cured at an early date. Ofllcer were se
lected for the year as follows: Elders,
It. T. lleattle, J. It. Williama and A. T.
Muir; deacon, Will Mulrj treasurer, J.
II. Ulack, superintendent of the Sab
bath school, A. E. Donaldson; assistant
superintendent, Annus Mathesou; secre
tary snd treasurer, Georgle Marr and
librarian, Emma HoIktIs.
I.i Atii.st to Military I)itv. There is
a Isw on tlm statute books ol Hie state
requiring each county assessor, at the
time prescribed by law for assessing
irocrly, to make out a list ol all persons
in their respective counties who are llu
bid to military duty under the laws ol
the I'nlted Mates and ol this state, the
list to be alpbalietically arranged, and to
dealgiiate tho precinct in which euch
person named In such lint renides. This
bit ahull be (lied by the assessor in the
olhVe ol the county clerk at tho same
time and In the Mine manner a pro
vided by law for the ansessmeiit roll.
This Is known as a military assessment
list, and when is is so filed and cor
reeled, Iho law makes it the duty of the
county clerk of each county to deliver to
the adjutant-general of the state a dupl
cateol said list, ceililled to by him,
within thirty days after the list has been
corrected. So far, Colonel Mitchell, the
ailiutiinl ieiieral. has received lints of
Tiik 0. X. (i. OmcKits. The first ol
he week tbo Oregoliian noted that
I.iet. Col, Summers ha handed in Ms
resignation and that Col. IVel would
How suit in a few days. A both
olllcer are exceedingly well liked by
their sulKirdinate officers thoy com
bined to prevent if possible the carrying
into effect of the resove of their suierli)r
nd on Monday evening the officer ol
the First regiment watted In a Pony
upon Col. lleelie and Lieutenant Col.
Summon at their residences and re
quested thoin to reconsider their de
cision to resign. Both officers wore
much moved by the earnestness of their
subordinates, and promised to reconsider
the matter. It is probable that there
will be little change in tbo personnel of
the regimental officer! for somejtimo.
Uter Tbo boy planned an ovation and
surprise for the two olllcer namea
above on Tuesday evenlag and suc
ceeded In securing their pledges to "stay
with the boy." 'Tis well.
All Talking Aiiout It. Tho other
mornlnn a one oi mu mlm,IM
nesa men waa coming down to his place
of business accompanied by his daughter
who is vet scarcely five years old, startled
him by inquiring, "papa, what do you
think of tbo dam?" It is not strange
that even our children are interested in
tho great undertaking which is causing
ao much trouble and which I now being
pushed a fast as men and machinery
. . !.!.. t...tlt ilnu and nilflll.
eun HO 11 wormiiK iw ""J - o "
Kvervbodv else Is Interested in seeing
It completed and is talking about it so
why should not the etmnren uecomo
i,i.,i,l with tho spirit of the town and
, concern? But for a five-year-old
to begin discussing a gretu engiueon..
problem with grave demeanor ia more
than win to have been expected even
from an Oregon City young lady of the
Ahrcalt With a Lamp. At the early
hour of three o'clock last Monday morn
lnir Edward Duncan wont homo in a bad
frame of niinJ ami procceueu w -tors
right by making an attack upon hi
wife with a coal oil lamp which was
probably the most convenient weapon at
hand. Uter In the day his wife had him
arrostod for making an assault with a dan
gerous weapon and succeeded in sus
taining her case bo that her huaband was
bound over to appear before the grand
Jury and in default of bonds he went to
board with the Bbflriff.
IiNii Distan( Tklki'iionino. Our
dlspiilchei nolo the completion of Ihe tel
ephone Hue connecting the Willamette
Valley, tho Hound and Spokane. The
lino ia what Is known lis a metallic cir
cuit, a double copM-r lino independent
of earth connection. Oregon City I on
tbo lino which extends from Its extremes
from Albuny In this state to Seattle and
Spokane In Washlnglon. Those who
have tried the lino say that It work like
a charm. The Oregon City office is
to bo Improved by the addition of a stool
cell in which the person talking may
step and have perfect secrecy.
"Youno Man or th Fcrnon." Next
Sunday evening Kev. II. A. Shorey of
the Congregutlonal church will give one
of hi stirring talks on "tbo Young Man
of the I'eriod." Mr. Bhorey1! ex
periences ai pastor of a Boston church,
editor of the Golden Rule, president of
Gate! college and now the retired
manager of large property IntcresU,
have iciyun blm an outlook upon practi
cal life possessed by few occuistnta of
the pulpit. Ilia characterization of
Lincoln and Gladstone lafct Sunday
morning approached the highest order
of pulpit oratory.
A Bin Stlhokon. The largest stur
geon caught in the Columbia for some
years was taken at Astoria Tuesday. It
weighed 756 pounds, and the head alone
scaled 151 pounds. Tho length from tip
to tip was 11 feet 8 Inches. When cut
snd dressed, the huge mass tipied the
bearp at 427 pounds. It wa cut into
70-pound lump and sent to Portland to
be froien. Tbo sturgeon business on
tbo river this year has been very poor
up to date. There are four firm in
operation, and together thoy are only
turning out 24 tona of fish a day, as
against 07 tons jer day last fall.
Thk Dkhhiik Tiitku Oveh. The
first of the week an accident happoud
at one of the derricks at the work on
the west side of the river which resulted
disastrously to Matt Odell who lost two
of his toes. Tbo crew were driving the
last plunk in the crib work and were
using the donkey engine to pull it up
when the rope became fouled with the
timber! under the derrick and before
it waa noticed it waa too late to prevent
the upsetting of the derrick which
csugbt Odell and crushed bis foot so
that Dr. Card bad to amputate two of
Two Bahlow Items The Three Sis
ter of Barlow slated lust week that Mr
Schwabacker, of Sun Francisco, and Mr.
HawUy, manager of the Crown paper
mill at Oregon City, are shortly ex
pected in Barlow. Their mission here
will bo for the construction of a pulp
mill on the Molulla. Plans of the same
are made and contracts will shortly be
let (or construction o( breukwater, when
the mills will be pusbod to completion
in the early spring, and also that Chas
Smith bus selected a site lor a sawmill
and will locate upon it when the pulp
mill commence operations.
Tint CiiAi TAi tji A Cikti.k. The Ore
gon City Chautauqua circle met on
Tuesday eveninic at the home Charles
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few years
wa supposed to be Incurable, for a
great many year doctor pronounceu
it a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced it
Incurable. Science ha proven catarrh
to bo a constitutional treatment. Ifall'i
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It Is
taken Internally In dose from 10 drop
to a teaspoonful. It acta directly on
the blood and mucous surface of the
system. Th;?y offer one hundred dollar
for any case it fails to cure. Send for
circular and testimonial. Address,
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 76c.
THOS. CHARMAN & SON,
-A COMPLETE LINE 0F-
During the prevalence of the Grippe
the past season it was a noticeable (act
that those who depended upon Dr. King'
New Discovery, not only naa a iieeoy
rocorery, but escaped all ol the trouble
some alter effects of the malady. This
remedy sennia to have a peculiar power
In effecting cures not onlv in case of La
Grippe, but in all Disease of Throat,
Chest and Lungi. and ha cured cases of
Asthma and Hay fever ol long standing,
Try it and be convinced. It won't dis-
apKmt. Free Trial Bottle at ueo. A
I Your Laundry Well Donet
Jiothlng exasperate a person so much
a to have a fine white garment returned
from the laundry yellow and mussy,
button half off, and in a condition not
fit to wear. The Troy Steam Laundry
ends out none but first clas work a
trial order will convince you. Office
with F. A. Waddock. post office build
ing. Bundle! left Tuesday evening will
be returned Saturday morning.
Receipt, note and order book! at the
E. E. WILLIAMS,
Direct from New York conaiBting of
Ladies' Cloaks in all Styles and Misses' and
Children's in all Patterns
FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS!
Hop Sackings, Whip Cords, Cash
meres and Henriettas.
We have a new and complete stock of
Of the very Latest Styles.
Call and see our utock before purchasing as it is the largest and newest
styles in the market.
THOS. CHARMAN & SON.
Call and see the loungee at R. L.
Holman and you will see some aood
one which they ate eelling almost at
Blank note, receipt and order books
at the E.vtkrikiss otuce.
It ia to our interest to please every
junnnmicl buver. BbLLOMYA Bl'SCU. tf
Menerve and reported a membership of
sixteen. Program for next meeting.
A Study of the Geography of Italy.
"Stones from Roman Mythology" Mr.
II. S. Strange, "The Beginning of
Civilisation" Capt. A. B. Graham,
Brief Talk on Economics" Rev. J. A.
Eekstorm, table talk, trades, commerce,
cities, political freedom. yuesuon
Tubs Wkst Sips Schools. It was
thought at the oiieningol the school across
the river that it might become necessary
to employ an additional teacher when all
the pupil! came In. The director found
last week that the room! were too
crowded so they engaged Mis Lew-
elling of Milwaukee to take charge
a( an intermediate room. II. Q. Stark-
w ent he r 1b principal of the school and
Miss Ana Baird retains the primary
What's In a Kamk? One that In
spire! confidence and is known to all
resident! of Clackamas county as a syn
onym of Integrity and fair dealing is that
of Bellomy A Busch. This firm from a
comparatively small begining has (rom
year to year increoBed Its stock, and
now can justly claim to have the largest
assortment of household goods in the
Dkstroyinq tub Hop Market. James
F. Clark, of Cooperetown, N. Y said
to be the largest hop-grower in the
world, writes : "I must say you Pacific
coast hop-growers are cussed fools for
contracting your hops at 10 and 17 cents.
By that means you foed the English
market and keep the price down. But
for this hoi would be worth 40 cents.
I was offered 27 cents for my hops before
Mbthopist Ciu'kcii Announcemknt.
Several of the sabbath schools have been
meeting at 10 o'clock in the morning in
stead of after the morning service and
the Methodist Sunday Bchool has con
cluded to try the plan so will meet in
the future at 10 o'clock and the class
meeting will be held immediately after
the morning aervice.
Protkct YouBSKLf. Insure you rprop
erty In the Guardian Assurance compa
ny of London. Cash assets 123,000,000.
F. E. Donaldson, Agent,
Oregon City, Oregon.
The latest In visiting cards at the En
tsbthibi Oirici. Frices to suit you.
Offer for the coming season one of the largest and most complete stock
of trees to be found in the Northwest, consisting of the following:
100,000 apple all the leading varieties.
150,000 prune With Italian and Petet in the lead.
75,000 Pear Bartlet and many others.
40,000 cherry best sweet and sour kinds.
25,000 peach Early Crawford and many others.
25,000 plum all of the best.
5,000 Japan plum both old and new sorts.
10,000 aprciot best kinds for this climate.
Also small fruit, grape vines, shade, nut and evergreen trees, roses
etc. Send for new descriptive catalogue now ready, i
Address WALLING & JARISCH,
Killer is the most effect
ual, but, like many other
good things, not adaptable
to the needs of every day
We have many things
that are easily used, and
effectual. Sticky and Poi
son Fly Paper, and Bu
bach Insect Powder are
C. G. HUNTLEY,
Caufield & Huntley.
Near Court House, Orgeon City.
Do You Need a Legal Blank?
The ENTERPRISE has the only complete stock
in Clackamas county.
Nearly 200 Different Blanks
to Make Selections From.
Every kind of a blank needed by a Judge, Jus
tice, Lawyer, Real Estate Dealer, Farmer or
One op a Quantity Sent POSTAGE PAID at Portland
Prices to Your Address.
Let us ouote vou prices on school
Huntley's Book Store
! doo to Comrossslal Bank.
0. P. WINESET,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
Largest stock of Coffins and Caskets kept South of Portland. Also cloth covered
and Metallic Caskets furnished to order. Ladies and Gents' Burial
Robes in stock. Fine Hearse ready at any call.
Needy - Nursery,
J. B. NOE. Prop.,
NEEDY, - - OREGON.
A fine lot of all kinds of
FRUIT -:- TREES
Ready for Fall Trade.
A lot of one and two-year-old
Italian and Petet Prune
TREES. All healthy.
Apple and Pear Trees,
A fine line of 1 and 2 year olds.
Will not be undersold,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
LOCATED BETWEEN TBS BRIDGE AND
Double and Single Rigs, and sad
dle horses always on hand at the
lowest prices. A corrall connected
with the barn for loose stock.
Information regarding any kind of
stock promptly attended to by person or
Horses Bought and Sold.
F COMPANY. FIRST REGIMENT, 0. N, O.
Armory. Tblrd and Main. Regular drill night,
Monday. Regular buiineaa meeting, Brat
Monday oi each month.
J. W. Oiinonj, ... Cataln
F. 8 Kelly, - - Flrat lieutenant
L. L. Pickeni. - - Second Lieutenant
OKKOON CITY HOSE CO., No S
Regular meeting third Tuesday ol each
month at 7:80 P M. J, D KiNNta Pres.
II, 8. Btba.nu. Sec S, Nino a, F'rm.