Oregon City Enterprise. FRIDAY, NOYKM15F.K 3, 1S1W. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. Pricvs the lowest The Red Front. Ladies rubbera 35 rents a pair. Cliur lii an A Son. Receipt, note and order books at the ENTKitrms office. Judge L. L. MeArthur of Fortland was in the city Tuesday. There vu pleasant party at the resi dence of Jocob Kober Friday evening. F. Wolf and wife of Tortland were the guests of Judge Fonts and wife last Sun-tlav. Why have wet feet when 35 cents will buy a pair of ladies rubbers at Channan A Son. A oliiM of Dr. Hickman of Clackamas died on Thursday morning of pneumonia after a short illness. OPEN DRAW. Onuses a Frightful Accident on the Madison Street llridge. HURLED INTO ETERNITY. No Time to Leave the Car After Danger Was Known. the ICE OS THE KAILS THE I VISE. Portland and Oierou City Wild De tail of the Accldr-Bt Seven Are Dead. To prevent fits and convulsions during teething, mothers should always have on Land Stfedman's Soothing Powders. Sam Roske fell with an iron rod while going from the Iron Works down to the wharf, Saturday and crushed his thumb. If you want an attractive sign see Davis the painter. Portland prices. Shop back of Pope Jc Co.'s hardware store. Miss Flora Thome and Mr. Chas. B. Bice of Howells Prairie were married at the residence of Judge J. Thome last Sa'urday. Marriage licenses have been issued to ilattie J. Koylan and B. Dooliitle; Nettie Jones and Edward Albright; Hilda Anderson and Nicholas Bond). Time checks from Oregon City woolen mills will betaken either for exchange of merchandise or on accounts for their full value at the store of I. Selling. Shiloh's Cure, the Great Couyh and Cronp Cure, is tor sale by us. Pocket size contains twenty-five doses, only 25c. C lildren love it. C. G. Huntley. Mrs. Louis F. Cook and Mrs. Geo. P. Reynolds, of Baker City, and Miss Frankie Lappeus, of Portland, were visit ing Mrs. E. M. Mack, in this city last Monday. Wheat, oats, hay, potatoes, butter and eggs wanted at the Park Place store at the highest market price. We give in return the best goods for the least tneney. Our prices can not be duplicated in the county. Best flour 13.25 a barrel, baby shoes 25 cents, ladies laced cloth, foied 75 cents, ladies fine button reduced to $1 ; boy's hrograns 50 cents, men's plow, $1.50, India blue prints 16 yards 100 at the Red Front. A street car for the Willamette Falls Railway was brought up from Portland on Monday to be used in ballasting the road. Plans were at once undertaken to get it across the bridge, which under taking is to be made in the night. For the cure of headache, constipation, stomach and liver troubles, ami all de rangements of the digestive and assimi lative organs, Ayer's Pills are invalu able Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take, always reliable, and retain their virtues in any climate. The King's Daughters are arranging for the best evening's pleasure ever en joyed in the city, so do not fail to re serve the evening of the 24th of Novem ber for the treat which they have in store for you. Music, tableaux and a farce that will make you laugh for a month. The Enteki-birk starts on its twenty eighth year this week and had' intended making this a special issue but a press of important news matter crowded that as well as much correspondence and local out. The matter will be referred to in the next isue, as it is matter that will not spoil with age. C. C. Frampton has succeeded in burning some fine vitrified brick from the clay found on Jas. Shaw's place east ot the city. They are equal to the best made in the East, so this settles the question of the quality of the clay. Mr. Shaw iind Mr. Frampton are organ izing a company to manufacture brick here. The move is a good one. Mr. W. M.Terry, who has been in the drug business at Elkton, Ky., for the past twelve years, eays : "Chamber lain's Cough Remedy gives better satis faction than any other cough medicine I have ever sold." There is good reason for this. No other will cure a cold so juickly ; no other is so certain a prevent ive and cure for croup: no other affords ho much relief in case of whooping cough. For sale by G. A. Harding. A number of the citizens of this place believing that they could derive pleasure and profit from studying and discussing economic and national questions, have undertaken the organization of a mock senate. A temporary organization has already been effected, and the proper committees on organizition are now at work. A meeting will be held in Shivley's hall at 7.30 o'clock this even ing, Friday, the 3rd, for the purpose of effecting a permanent organization. Members and those desirous of becom ing members are requested to be present. Portland's second street railway catas trophe within a rear occurred early Wednesday morning, when the electric car lnei bound from Milwaukee to Portland plunged through tho open draw of the Madison street bridiw and sank in the river, ltiere were eighteen or twenty passengers aboard when the car started to cross the bridge, and all but seven of them saved their lives by leap ing from the vehicle ere it dived. THK MOTOKMAN'S ACOOl NT. E. F. Teiry who was running the car at the time made the following statement which is substantially the same as that made by Conductor Powers and most eye witnesses, he said : "I ant a motor man for the East Side Railway company and live at Milwaukee. I left the station at Milwaukee for Oak Grove at 5:45 A. M. and took on five passengers nt Oak Grove when I turned there for Portland. I do not know how many people got on after that. The track was somewhat J slippery all the way in, but worse on the bridge than anywhere else. I madd reasonable stops wherever I found it extremely slippeiy, and threw off the power, as usual, while comirg on the bridge. I threw tht? power on about one turn after getting on the bridge and do not know exactly how long I kept it on, but am sure t was a very short time, as we always expect to meet tenuis on the bridge. When I got into the fog, wh'cli was heavier on the bridge than any where e se 1 had seen it this murning, I tried my brake. Then the car was about three spans east of the draw. The brake worked all right and held the wheels, but 1 found that the wheels slid on the t'ack. By this time I was within one span of the draw, and then for the first time I raw the red light. I then reversed the switch and put on the power. It seemed to have no effect. Tne wheels continued to slide ami the power was on the reverse when the car went into the river. I stayed with the car until it broke through the gate. Then, seeing that I bad done all in my power. I jumed, landing on the side walk. I held to the outside railing of the briuge, and my feet were hanging over the outer edge. Vv ben I got up the car had sunk out of sight. I did not see it go into the river, nor do I know bow many passengers were aboard it at the time." It was about 6:45 o'clock when the car arrived at the bridge. A dense fox en veloped the river, and the sharp frost of the preceding night had covered the rails and trolley lines of the railway with a coating oi ice mat made locomotion very difficult The draw span had been swung open to allow the steamer Elwood to pass op, and the bridge-tender had taken the usual precautions against accident by closing the gates at either end of the draw and keeping the red signal light hoisted. The steamer was within a few yards of the draw when the car crashed through the frail barrier and slid along the ice-covered rails until it went headlong into the river. The details of the awful affair can best be gleaned from the statementBof employees Thwe of Motorman E. F. Terry and Conductor W. C. Powers were sworn to before Mayor Mason and Chief of Police Hunt, who released the men on their own recognizance. HI'HKAD I.IKK WILUKIKK. Early as it was, thousands of people were congregated on the bridge and the wharves in its vicinity while fearfully exaggerated reports of the catastrophy were flashing through the city. Ifiiifh Brady had his dragging apparatus in operation an hour after the Inez hud sunk from view, and at 9 :30 o'clock the first body was brought to the surface. It was immediately identified as that of John P. Anderson. The coroner's wagon was in waiting, and the remains were at once taken to the morgue. Shortly afterward the corpse of Alexan der Campbell was brought up, and at 11 o'clock the stiffened form of Jasper Stadler was added to the ghastly col lection. Then the tugC. M. Belshaw arrived with a couple of construction barges in tow, and their hoisting ma chinery was set to work to remove the sunken car, which was obstructing the drags. Shortly afterward George A. Tilden, submarine diver, boarded one of the barges with his apparatus and drag ging was suspended. WKKCKED CAR BAISKU, Diver Tilden made bis first desent at 1:15 o'clock. He found the wrecked car in about thirty-five feet of water, lying almost parallel with the bridge and tipped slightly on one side, It was off the trucks, the entire roof was crushed in, the platform was completely severed from the body, and about hull of one side was smashed to splinters, The inteiior was so jammed with wreck age that the diver found it Impossible to force an entrance or (o ascertain whether any human bodies were Inside. So he began preparations to have the entire shattered mass hoisted. At two o'clock he had a heavy chain securely attached to each end of the wreck, and when ho returned ilwtr.1 tho barge the signal to hoist was given. It was slow work, and before the loops of the chain ap peared above the suifnce the patience of the thousands who watched tho operation from ever)- available point of view was sorely taxed. As the jagged point of a broken U-am arose from the tide there was an Involuntrry pressing forward of the throngs aboard the barges, ami several oarsmen Ignored police restriction by slipping under the ropes stretched to impede their navigation. Then the wbole shattered mass slowly apiieared, but ere it was entirely raised from the water the engines were stopped and an eager inspection of the wreckage was made by Police Captain Ilotmherg and the men in his commamt. One of tho otllcers reached down and tugged at a black mass wedged between a couple of seats. It was a man's coat. Another tug or two released the mass from Its fastenings, and brought to the surface the douhled-up corpse of Theodoro Bennick. The Identity was established by a memorandum book in one of his IMxkets. The body was lifted alord the barge, and soon the coroner removed it. SK A Ki ll I SO TI1K WKKCKAOK. No other bodies could be seen amid the wreckage, and the work of hoisting was resumed and continued until the re mains of the car swung high in air. Then a haosn was floated under it, and it was lowered to the ilcvk, where a thorough insection was made. It was with a feeling akin to disapsintment that Captain HolmU'rg announced there were no more corpses in the car, for of the seven pemons known to have erished, the remains of only five had been recovered. So the diver resumed his I quest on the river bottom. He sent up the remainder of the wreckage, but noth ing to relieve the anxiety of those ulsive. At 4 :.'!0 o'clock he ceased work for the day, and the flotilla and small boats that had hovered around the barges ail day returned to shore. The car looked as if it had been tel escoped, so complete was its demolition. Its remaining woodwork was broken and splintered in a most inexplicable wav. and some of its 2-inch iron bars were warped and twisted as if a giant had Wn testimr his strength with them. The debris of the roof was mixed up with the wrecked seats, and not an inch of glass was left in any of the yawning window frames. The trucks showed that the motorman had worked hard to avert the catastrophe, for the dripping wheels were tightly hugged by the brake flanges. Nothiig but the trucks can be maile use of, for the wood work is only fit for kindling. The diver resumed work Thursday morning but he did not entertain very strong hopes of finding the remains of the missing persons in the vicinity of the bridge. While down for the last time Wednesday he searched carefully within a 100-foot radius of where the wreck lay, but found nothing. It is likely that the bodies of Oder and Alhee have been carried down stream by the current. LIST or THE VICTIMS. Five corpses have been recovered from the water, and a man and a boy are sup posed to 1) m issing. The dead are : Charles Beckman, bookkeeper, of Hell- wood. John P. Anderson, cabinet-maker, of Milwaukee. Jseph Stndler, laborer, of Oak Grove. Alexander Campbell, saloonkccer, of Midway. Theodore Bennick, cabinet-maker, of Milwaukee. Paul Oder, foreman of the bottling de partment of theGambrinns brewery, ami Charles H. Albee, a 14-year-old lad em ployed by Henry Burger, paper-hanger, are yet missing. Society young people to the number of about 30 were invited the first of the A fatal accident occurred on the mill switch last Friday as tho morning freight was switching t ars for tho mill, which cost a man, named IWIiinan, who had been a suitor on the Tilllo Starbuck, his life. He. with a companion, had occu pied one of tho freluht cars during the night and as the train csino along they probably tried to board It which the other man succeeded III doing, but Bacliinnn fell beneath the wheels and had his leg crushed so that It had to bo amputated. The trainmen were notified of the acci dent by his companion and brought hi in to the station but none of them thought to tie tho leg so as to stop the flow of blood and when Ir. Carll reached It i tit he found amputation necessary but his patient was so weik that ho died at tho close of the operation. Very neat cards were received in the city from Chicago last Friday morning containing the aniioiiiiiinent of the marriage of Miss Mary Thompson Davton and Mr. William Alison Huntley st the home of the brides parents in Lima, Indiana on the 1 Si ti of October and tl e information that they would he. at home in Oregon City after the 10th of Nov ember. Mr. Huntley is well known here as a suceasful young business man and is universally esteemed in the community His wife will therefore receive a warm welcome from her husband's many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Huntley arrive I home on Monday having come over tho i Northern I'aeillo. They expect to board ' with Mrs. J. W. Chase for the winter. There will be a mass meeting of the voters of Oregon City Saturday evening I November 11th at 7:30 at Pope's Hall for the purjMise of dicusning the financial situation of Oregon City preliminary to nominating a citizen's ticket lor thn sev eral olllcea lo be filled at the coming election to bo held Decerning 4, 1H!3. CiTiss's ConviirrkK. The cha'itatiqua circle at Mr Dresser's Tuesday evening were entertained by helpful hints from Misi Shaw an excr leucrd Chautampian from Boston. The circl meets next week at the home of C. H. Dve. A COMPLETE LINE OF Men's II Hi 1 1 TOI1 Kip lluols nt 82.50 per Pair. -A Ft'l.l, I.I NIC OF W0M UN'S AMI CHHMEX'S Heavy Winter Shoos-Just in. Corao in and soo thorn. OREGON CITY SHOE STORE. Next il.M.r to lUnk, Orcg-ti City, Onyon. The time of the Congregational church has been changed to 10 :;M A. M. Sun day school at 11:4.1. Kev. .Mr. Sliorey will preach next Sunday evening on "Courtship and Marriage." J de la Fontaine had the misfortnun get his hand caught in the calenders at the paHir mill Monday and crushed his fingers so that he will bo laid up for some time. Mln FH City Furniture, Stoves, Cai'iiefs, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC., WIN. UK fol.l) II KMC ON Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments. You cannot y these gmal rhentxT any where for cusli. Win. (iiulsliy, The House? Furnisher, No. :!t), KII1ST STKKKT, PORTLAND. - - ORICC.ON, Itetwceii Washington nnd Ahlcr Struts. Just full of improvements r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets To la-uin w ilh, the) 're ' the smallest and easiest to take. They are tiny, sugar-coated anti-bilious gran ules, scarcely larger than mustard scuds Kvery child is ready for them. Then, after they're taken, Instead of disturbing and shocking the system, they act in a mild, easy, ami naturalway. There's no chance for any reaction after ward. Their help lasts, Constipation' Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, Sick and Bilious Headaches, and all derange ments of the liver, stomach and bowels, are promptly relieved and permanently cured. They're put up in glass vinls. which keep them always fresh and reliable, un like the ordinary pills In wooden or pasteboard boves. And they're the cheapest pills you can buy, for they're guaranteed lo give satis faction, or your inttney is returned. You ay only for the good you get. Keene, N. II. July 24, lHUl. Norm I.iciictv, Ksq,, l)es Moines. DkakRih: I en lose 50 cts, in stamp for two boxes of KraiiHe's Healache Cap sules, same as last. Work like magic. Send at ouco if possible, as I am out. Respectfully, A. A. Bkomison. For sale by Charman A Co., City Brim Store, Oregon City, Oregon. 4 huccessful Worker. Work cannot be successfully con tinued unless there is an active mental interest in it. If the mind is not clear, bright and buoyant, then the work is drudgery and the worker is a machine An occasional dose of Monro's Revealed Remedy will put the body and mind in such harmony that the hardest tasks will seem play. week by a neat invitation in rhyme to a Halloween party at the home of the Misses Chase and were requested to send their acceptance of the invitation in rhyme. The narty proved a very pleasant affair being unique in detail and those present dominated by the spirit of the day which permitted a free dom in the sociability not usual to parties of this class, Gaines were played, jokes were permissible and every one was gay anu happy. One feature of the evening was the reading of the accept ance and the voting for the best and the booby composition. Miss May Kelly won the former and Mr. W. L. Miller the latter. FOR HONEST GROCERIES AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES GO TO THE GROCERY STORE, V. Harris, Trop., Successor lo Fields & Next door U Si Oo.'h Hardware Store. ESTABLISHED 1883. For Sale. The stock and fixtures of the Mono gram Cigar store on Main street oppo site tho post ollice,, including fixtures and furniture of the billiard und card room. One of the best locations in town and has a good business. Apply to tf M. Rosksiiaijm, Oregon City. The hunt supper following tho hunt came off last Friday evening at the Port land restaurant under the supervision of Captain's Lovett and Ganong and was an elegantly arranged and enjoyablo af fair, reflecting credit upon those having it in charge. Everybody had to relate his hunting experience, and such stories as were told! Jas. Roake has a residence nearly completed adjoining the Iron Works into which he will move when it is finished. E. E. WILLIAMS, GllOOKR, ORF.OON CITY. Masonic Building. For Kent. Dwelling houses for rent In all parts of the city. Houses and terms to suit. Cimrman Bitos. 500,000 TREES uZlm Osueo Jtireris Otter for tho coining season one ()f the lur-nt an.l most oomph to itm of trees to i,; found in the Northwest, consisting of the following: 100,000 nj.pl- ull the lending varieties. l'X),(MH) prune With Italian n,,.! Ivt.t in the lend. 75,0(1(1 IVnr-Hartht ntnl many others. 10,000 cherry-het Hweet an.l sour kinds. 25,000 pciieh-Kurly Crawford mid i.iany others. 25,000 plum all 0fthe h,!Ht. 6,XKJ Japan plum Ml, M b, n,.w BortHi 10,000 aprciot-hent kinds for Huh climate. Also mnall fruit, grape vineH.Khnd.-, nut nnd evergreen treed, P etc. Send for new descriptive catalogue ow r(.ndy. AddreHs WALLING & JARISCH, Onwi'go, Oregon. TIME k MONEY SAVED HY HAVING YOUR I'HESCKHTIONS FILLED AT THE CANBY PHARMACY, CAIVBY, OREGON. Our Motto i "Small I'rofiU door to Hodges, Shiloh's Vitallzer is what you need for Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, Yellow 8kin or Kidney Trouble. It is guaranteed to give you satisfaction. by V. (i. Huntley. Price 75c. Hold School deportment cards one cent each at the Entkki'hihk office. ELA'S PoiBOM-IVV Pi LI A sure cure i poisoning from Jvy.rliieor 0k. If not im proved lu 2 DAYS, return thehouleandgctyout money. Bold by all iJriifftfitU. on a CitHh I?nHin." Evans block, next DR. J. If. IRVINE, Proprietor. UNDERTAKING & EMBALMING, MRS. C. P. WINESET, Lar8eSM,lM0r?"n,1 CuHk"U ke',t K'tl' Portland. Also cloth CO' and Metallic Caskets furnished to order. Ladies and UenU1 Burial Holies in mock. Fine Hearse rea.ly at any call. S. F. SCMPTURE, Manager.