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Oregon City Enterprise.
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'luaxlay, 'I liuriaf ami Halunlay.
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''"I M lar, WnlnUr ami Friday,
FaM lima, (mxl aiinuniMlailiitia ami liiw rala
Nil a li.ialu iamlt,, hmU ratva oii
wiiTHKiiN rmm hailwav.
ralllnfiila Kimpii (through)
HoMlmrg iMK'al (wajr nation.)
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lrrnii Illy In fly, (arm, al'illiioamt Molalla
Iravat at I; m ami arrlraa al M in. ilaily.
Orrann City to Kly. MlhM'lark.Mxailnw llrmik,
I'lilon Mill., Milllliu ami I niton, Ira al lu a.
m liicl.v, llmitilay ami Haiurilay, am re
turns on lulliiwliia lavi at lal p. m
KIUD.W, JAM'AKY lit, 1HU
('liiair.u ('intKlxa. Ori-K.jn'a khiI
try lirwilt'ra liitvti orKiiniu-il, AImmiI t'
n( tlii'in itaainlilixl in tlm lloltuii Iioiim!
i.rlnr In TurUum! MuinUy, ami llm r-!
mill u llirlr I'liiilittntirii Waa tlm lnniiiiiK
of llm (riKn Statu futility AnxM litlic.il,
ttllh I). J. I.n.. i( IVlluinl,
Klmrr hixon. of t),f,.,,City. v..f -i-rer !lllfrt ,,,,1 ,v..,iI..ih, no one in V,..
ident ; H. S. Ilu.laon, of I'rtln.l. a..,r... ; mMn,n Hmm
lury, aiiilt . Kix'lier.of Aurora, treuaiin-r. I
A viro preaidelit will he w lei U'd front i
i-m hrouiily in the aialu to help l he aao .
flittion in hia iliKlrl. t. Thia aea.. Ulim.
will doiihitr.a piumule one ( f Oreifon'a
nio.1 valiial.l.. and n,.t n..t(liM-ied imhi-,"'"1
trie.. Out. .tf it t,t.j... i. ll.o t-litl.lialf
meiit of an aiinu.il M.tiliry and pet riot k
ali.-w, and the oflerinu of pri.ea vitlunhle
enough toriimiilule the hn-edK of line
tloineatiefowla. At the n.eetliiK yeater-
day many valimhle au,rkf atunia were t..
fered. and their adoi.li.m ia aaaiired iual
aa atMin aa the aaMK'ialion Keta Into woik
itlt ahaiMi. The punltn' tiindnea of Una
etaie na ien coii.i.iniMi in uel, a looae
way aa to peimil of iMil.id.. riat-a aeiid-1
inu their tlil.kena, elf., to thia iimrket
and tmderNdliiiK the home hreedma, and
...it i . t . t
the home anpply Ima never equaled the
(lemuinl. The a-aoemtion holies to ex
tahliahaayatem which will not only muke
thia an iiiinofiiillu uiaiket for tmtxide
poultry and egK" but will alxo increaae
(he Induatry in this atite and iimka
tin me prixlncta clM'aa'r (or tlie conxiinirr.
The Mraonnel of the olllcera of the
aaaiM'intion aitxiiiea an eiierello pur
xuit of ita object.
I'l'i'KH Hivkh Koaii. ThiMte who have
had tH'i axion to t the road between
thia citv and New Kra report it badly
waxhed out and next lo Impartxahle
about Stringtowii. For year the high
wateis of the WilliiuiiMte have been
carryinn away the dirt and encroachiiiK
oulhewi;oii road and railroail track.
Whenever the rudroad company hua
lieen ciow. led it baa puxhed lla track
over inio the wauon (rack and coniix'lled
teams to encroach on tho adjoining
ranches, Thia courxti has been pursued
so long that there remains in places
little or noun of the county road and
thotiH familiar with the situation miv
that the heat thing to do would be to
build a new county road around by the
ftxit of the bluir w lieru neither the river
nor Ihii Southern I'neillc could enctoach
on it. If it ia dexirahlo to have this
done the citizens living at ami beyond
the iipixtr end of the road will have lo
move in the matter
Tmky froi.K Hamm. Last week the
smokehoiiHO back of It. 8. Woods'
grocery store was entered and a lilieral
uuaulity of choice bums, shoulder and
bacon removed without tho knowledgo
of tho owners, U. 8. Wood and County
BiiHtriiitendent II. 8. Gibson. Suspi
cion pointed to Duncan as one of the
culprits and a warrant wu issued by
Judge Fonts for his premises to be
searched mid hia arrest When Con
stable Fields went to arrest lit ut Duncan
pretended that he could not read the
warrant as it was so dark so he stepped
to one side, then broke and ran leaving
Kiel. In to I.Hik for the stolen meats.
Diligent search waa made for Duncan on
Saturday but without avail, lie, will
probably not return. Aiidronicua Clark
is held for complicity in the crime.
Will Huilu IIkmk Rev. Father Ilil
lehruml announces that a donation of
twenty acre of land on the I.ovejoy
place north of town has been donated
by the owner, Mrs. Judge Anderson to
the Houso of the Good Hhephord, and
that the Mugdulen home now located in
East Tortland will be moved thereon.
It is the intuntion of those In charge of
this branch of the church work to begin
building operation in the early spring
and a rapidly as possible to complete
buildings valued at' S-OM'" 10,Q00.
Receipt, note and order books at the
A Hl'tiiiKN Pkatii I.itat flrttiirility
t'Vi'liliitf tint (uinlly of W, T, M.-'ciilf rit
ci'lvcil u tU'li'iiliiilin MifaHiigit limn IimIii
imtiilmioo utiitliiK (lull Mr. Mi'lciiir lui.l
tliul liiorniiiX Im imi ('mini li'ul In l'l,
No lnrtliiT imrtii'iilitiit wmio n)iliiii;iililn
mill IihIkiiiI tliorn lit vmy III tin to HI.
Mr. Mtitt'uK wi'iit 1 1 1 to tlio vlrlnity of
linliiitiiiliiiH'n to work In a l"KKinK t'liinp
mill Imil ln'i'ii in il) iimiihI lifiillli rn-
t.ihi'K IiIm ili'ittli, rt'lirliiK llm fviMiinu
IIIUVlllllH Wltllllllt Clllllplitlllill (if fi'flillK
"ii wnll. In tlio tiioriiluuT tin ttitH f.jiinil
'li'it'l liuvliiK 'iiirintly imNwil any
without a triiflii, The ruinuln wru
lirouitht to thin oily on tlm afti-mixm
train on Momlity ami laid to mat in tlio
A I'i.xanant 1'aktv. I.nt fiitiinliiy
waa Hon. I'bIit raiiiit'i TmIIi tilnhilay
ainl Mm. l'aiiinl tixik advantaun of tlifl
otMaalon to Invito In a iiiiiiiIht of hia
frlmiila for thfl tivrniiiK to aririi him,
Tlm plan workml well mid with tlm
advent of the Kiieata at an early hour in
the evmiiiitf Mr. 'atnt)l found hlm-ulf
the cnitcr of merry Kruiip of alioiit
twenty who irx'iedi to enjoy them
ai'lvca, Mr. 'aiiiet liud provided
tHNika rutitHlnini! i t itl ioim fiom dlf
fiTfiit autlion and the KiirMinK of them
airuidml an enjoyaliht fratum of the
eviiiiHK' eiitiTUinmciit. Later dtdlt Ioiih
refreahiiienta Were tmrveil and the purty
hroke up wIkIiIiik Mr. l'aijni t many
huppy retiirna of the annlverary.
O Til it ItKAt iikix! How it diil I unit. If
from tlm lieitvena Tneaday for a lime,
iilo totlie anrprlan of everyonti, who
had not rxattei finlt a frck of the
weather with the wind in the aouili.
Kor a lime the itir waa alive with lmm.
Ilukea w hit h wemed ,n a deaperite tinny
to lllid u n-aliiiK ihit'e iiinui mother
Ixmoin. It ia enfe to romdilde
that hut few peia.un aduiired the ill-
aa an tthxtriiit, he,iiti(ul
ii,, .'n !., ,;,. .,,.,,.1, ..,
Wil l. Urn ii I.aiiokm fna. ltonke of
, ''"'" t""' t'.ty In.n Worka hua for a
' lU,w Ml " 1 ,,f ,",vi,lK
,lry '" '' - timt l.ino Hhop
"(,w I'" l""tM" H'l
i ('U wa,lt' II i hm pu.pohe lo add l
; "'" x,"diiiJ t h-ar
, r""" 1,1 w,,it'h '"' "", lr'"v
' f,),""lr' m rCi",v 10
i lU ','',''- '' "'"'P ' 'p t
, 'lo "rk ,",'"'"'''e Ixn-n eent
i TI.Ih will alao yive en,ployinei;t
to more men.
Ah I.nthk.rhnii Skhvii'k. The Ooe-
Kreiratioiial Hi.irrh waa well tilled laitt
s1Mlay rveniiitf. to li-f-n to a ili uion
llMI luri iilm.H (iy c Rrowuell,
(j. II. live and II. A. Shoiev. Mr.
ttn)nvtt K,KH .ir ,1UII(I (,'r(,0liii
them larp'ly to the untf itainty of the
taiilTixaile; Mr. I've apoke of the work
of the church at this time while Kev.
Khorey dlscuxMxl (he remedy to be ae
plied. All pi oxen t apeak in hi.hext
terms of the itilt-rextliiK nature of the ex
Mohk Family Tiioriu.Ks. The flist of
the week I K. Sln ppard and K. T.
Fields ariexled a man by the name of
Andersen who lives at It.. It. in for
threatening to kill his wife. He was
taken before Jude Fonts where bis
wife wss required to snp-ur. lnxteud of
a trial the family had a conference w hich
resulted iu an agreement to disagree and
I to separate. Mrs. Anderson is said lo
ls a mcmlier of the Salvation armv.
I'ski) KKM'KuroH Fikkwooii. On Tues
day Conxtithlo K. T. Fields arrested
John Smith who has been living in M.
J, Ilroderick' house at the park upon
a charge of destroying property. It
seems that Smith Inn been in the habit
ol dextroving the fences and woodxbed
for the purpose of building hi tires. It
is claimed by the prosecution that he
wss loo lar.y to get wotxl hence the des
truction of ;roert,V.
Hkkohk Ji imK Foiits. tn Monday
Harry Clark was tried Wforo Judge
Fouls charged with stealing lianis and
bacon from K. S. Woixls' smoke houi'e
on Seventh street, (iordon K. lluyes ajv.
pearing for the defense and C. 11. Dye
for the prosecution. At the end of the
closely contested trial Harry was
Deafness Cannot tie Cnrcd
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased xrtion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional renmdics.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. 'When this tube Is In
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect bearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, Deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken
out. and Ibis tube restored to Its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever ; nine cases out of ten are canned by
catarrh, which U nothing but an inflamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Curo. Ken 1 for circulars; face.
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold bp Druggists, 7.ro.
I'iiotkct Youbskli'. Insure you rprop
erty in the Cioardinn Assurance compa
ny of London. Cash assets f 3, 000,000.
F. E, Donaldson, Agent,
Oregon City, Oregon
Wedding stationery, the latest styles
and finest assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at the Entkhi'hisk olllce.
Don't Kiifiiii rayaa Inhuman Trlrka,
Lot the Ix.y fleli, hoiit, t:unw. wiin
and trump through the wooda on explor
ing trlpa to Iim heiirt'a conttnit. (to with
him If Miaiilile mid cm:on raifo heiillliful
exerrlmt mid olmervntioii iwiniii'ti um av
aildn, hut don't tenc h him, nor nllow him
toucitilre, uiiluwful mid Inhiiinun trlcka.
Uixiii nearly every oimof fuwd or feutli
ered tliliiKi rn-en iltirlnx iliine h'id July
(lependH a f.llilily of helpleaa live. Which
limy Ixt (loomed to the liiiwrlea of klovir
aturviitloii by ono tlioiiKlitlena ahot.
Tho Imy with th fireiirm aoea a bird
nd anya, "Wntrh rno plnif lilm." ml If
the aim prove true the boy think hn lifia
done aomethinif clever, and moat likidy
hia fond fattier tolla him that ho hiut m
done. In reality he him broken lnw
and probably aoundod the doom of half
dor.en wretchwl flixlKlliiK hidden In a
neat near by. Men will chwirf ully give
up a handfnl of dollar trt the priTilie
of (IrinkinK In the wondrona melody
from the trained throat of a Patti and
rq into rapture over the awettneae and
tho elevating Influence of perfect ruuiric,
yet the anme men will blithely in order a
pixir little feathered I'utti and atill for
ever life and aonjf auch aa no Patti ever
aapired to in fine, destroy what the con
centrated bnil na and akill of the world
And for what purpose? Simply to
gratify a taale for the ahamblee, or to
ahow off to prove that an rye ean
glance alonif a bit of iron or tel truly
enough to Inaure the planting of a duk
get of loud within the limit of a poor,
uiihiix:Ui)i creature' body to kill a
beautiful, happy bird. Outing.
Th Knallab Admiral and Ilia Day.
The Moor hold by their beard when
they iweHr In order to give weight to
their oath, which after thia formality
they rarely violate. Tho length of beard
Mi'iua to weigh with them more than the
alavk of bruin.
Admiral Keppel waa aent to Algier to
demand aatifaction for tho In juries dune
to hi Uritannio iiiaji-ety' auhji-cta by
their corxair. The dey, enragel at tin;
btdduina of the embiutiuKlor, exclaimed
"that ho wondered ut the indolence of
the KiikIihIi monarch in tending him a
nnnxae by a fooliali, U-ardlexa boy."
The admiral, aouiewhat nettUxl. re
plied that tf hi mutter hud supixuted
wixdoiu was to bo lueaxured by t'ne
length of the beard he would dunbtlex
I have aent tho dey a ho goat.
Thia uiihwit ko enraged tho dey that
he or.li rtd hia liniU-a to attend with t'i
bowxtringa, aaying that the admiral
ahould uiy for hia boldnex with hit life.
Nothing daunted by thia threat, the em
baxjtudor took the dey to the window,
and allowing him the Englixh fluet said
if it waa bia pleaaur to put him to
j death there were Englishmen enough
In that fleet to make him a glorious fu
I neral pile.
The dey, who wore a long beard, took
the hiut from the man who had none.
Forfaiting Onta'a Chlldr.
"I left uiy children standing there,
exactly there!" It waa in one of the
store in Temple place, and the mother
who had lost her two little girls pointed
with absolute division to tho place where
the was certain she bad told them to
wait for her while she went to another
counter to bxik at a bargain. A small
commotion of inquiry and search at once
butted thrtmgh the store. Presently
ono of the head men stepped to the door
and looked np and down the street to
ve if the lost cuildren had strayed out
In front of another store a few doors
np the strtx't a small crowd was collect
ing about two little girls who were ask
ing piteonxly for their mother. They
were still standing in tho doorway of the
store exactly where she had left them
when she went away down to tlio other
to bxik np a bargain. Aud when she
was brought unto her own she "remem
bered that she hud forgotten" where it
was sho had left them, and added, "1 de
clare, I don't see how I came to do such
a thing!" Boston Transcript
Flailing- te ICIertrlrltj.
The success which attended the nse of
the electric light in fishing otT the Cali
fornia coast has led to tho devising of
various improved apparatus for that pur
pose. One of these consists of a large
Iron frame interlaced with netting, which
can be opened and closed at the will of
tho operator. An electric light incased
in a lantern is lowered into the net, the
electricity being furnished by a motor
In the bow of the boat. As the boat
moves along the network is thrown open,
and the brinht light of the lamp, which
Is seen at a great distance in the clear
water, arouses tho curiosity of the Csli,
which readily swim into the trap. This
Is the modern variant of the old method
of destroying fish from a canoe by torch
Karl y Kcatlluf.
It may seem superfluous to say that
on can not put old heads on young
shoulders, yot it is a truth of which
many parents require to be reminded
who are very anxious for their boys to
"get on" and who deplore with up
lifted eyes their offspring's fondness of
"adventure books." That is the tend
ency of the average boy. Occasionally
the precocity of genius asserts itself in
a Goethe, a Shelley or a Uyrou; but,
speaking generally .childhood is mentally
prone to follow after the new and the
wonderful. It is a principle the opera
tion of which should not be interfered
with as long as a boy's excursions into
the realm of fiction are kept within rea
sonable bounds. Chambers' Journal.
Th A ppetll of th Oatrlch,
. It is never safe to drop any article
when walkiug near a covey of ostrich,
The ostrich will eat anything, seeming
apparently to have no sense of taste, A
atory is told of a young girl who waa
visiting a loo where a large ostrich
snatched hor kid gloves, which were
rolled into a ball, and ate them. The
next day the girl returned with the fam
ily contribution of a half dozen pairs of
gloves, all of which were as readily
wallowed. --Detroit Free Press.
Huntley's Drug Store.
Opening a New
Ledger for 1894?
Ueineinlwr that we arc
agents for the Miller
Mt'Rce patent Hat oix-nin
Ixiuks the Lest made: also
wo are felling a book
which opens nearly flat at
less price than you used
to pav for those miserable
things that required ai
curved pen holder to pet
down into me "cents
space. Come in and ex
amine them. We guaran
. tee both books and prices.
We can furnish you with
filing cases, stub files,
Shannon files, copying
books, letter presses and,'
all olhce Biipphes
At Huntley's Book Store,
Next door to Corn. Dank,
Would be pleased to see his friends
and patrons in his new
Third and Morrison Streets,!
Over Golden Rule Bazaar.
lSUO miles of long dis
tance telephone wire in
Oregon and Washington
now in operation by the
Oregon Telephone and Tel
Portland, Seattle, Spo
kane, Tacoma, Salem,
Walla Walla, Pendleton,
Albany and Mother towns
in the two states on the
Quick, accurate, cheap.
All the satisfaction of a
Distance no effect on a
clear understanding. Spo
kane as easily heard as
Oregon City oflice at
Huntley's Dni Store.
d. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - - Oregon.
W. H. COOKE, Manager,
SuccesiortoU.il T. dLCii,
Corner Fourth and Main Streets,
The LEAPING LIVKRY STABLE
of the City. Kigs of any description
furnished on short notice.
All kinds of Truck and Iehvery Busi
ness promptly attended to.
Horses Boarded and Fed on reason
able terms. ;
GUNSMITH AND LOCKSMITH
Full Stock of Guns $ Ammunition.
Repairs on all kinds of small marhinet
promptly made. Duplicate keys to
any lock manufactured. Shop on
Main Street, net! to
CITY TREASURER'S NOTICE.
Nollre la hereby given, that there are inlfl
clent liinili on kauil to pay (i-neral lurid war
Mnti oulMmhiiriK endowed prior to October f,
l9tt. luterent ceaaea with the dls ol thia no
tice K. L HOLM AN. City Treasurer,
Oregon City, Oregon, Jan. 18, &M.
THOS. CHARMAN & SON,
The Pioneer Store
JUST : ARRIVED!
-A COMPLETE LINE OF
all k Winter
-Direct from New
Ladies' Cloaks in all Styles and Misses' and
Children's in all Patterns
FULL LINE OF
- We have a new and complete stock p'
Of the very Latest Styles.
Call and see our atock before purchasing as it is the largest and newest
styles in the market.
THOS. CHARMAN & SON.
SEVENTH - STREET - BAKERY
Lunch and Hot Coffee at Every Hour of the Day,
All Kinds cf Cake Made to Order
AND ORNAMENTED FREE OF CIIACE.
ftr LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOK THE HOLIDAYS.
Jacob Kober, Proprietor.
Do You Need a
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 or a Quantity Sent POSTAGE PAID at Portland
Prices to Your Address.
j-yr -mm irmirrw
STR. SARAH DIXON,
GKO..M. SHAVER, Master,
Will leave Portland Daily, except
Sunday, at 2:00 p.m., for Oak Point
& way landings connecting with
STR. C. W. SHAVER,
For Claskanie Monbays, Wednes
days and Fridays.
Returning, arrive at Portland at
10 a. m., Daily except Monday.
The company reserves the right
to change time without notice.
For freight or passenger rates
apply to dock clerk at Portland, foot
ashmgton SL.oron boa rd steamer.
This is the nearest and most di
rect route to the Nehalem valley.
Comer of Front and Morrison,
IS STILL ON EARTH.
For general repairing he stands
without a peer. , For first-class, re
liable goods hia store is second to
none. Try him 1
York consisting of-
Whip Cords, Cash
River Route, via.
Joseph Kellogg Tranu. Co.
STR. JOSEPH KELLOGG loaves
Kelso Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, at 6 A. M. Leave Port
land, Tuesday, Thursday ant
Saturday at 7 A. M.
STR. NORTHWEST Leaves Port
land Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for Kelso and Upper Cow
litz river points, returning the
This is the only direct route to
reach all Cowlitz river poi nts.
WM. R. HOLMAX, Agent.
Taylor Street Dock, Portland, Oi.
DAVID J. COX, Prop.,
CANDY, - OREGON.
Apple, Pear, Cherry, Peach,
Prune. Plum, Apricot,
Nectarine and '
Trees Strong 1 and Healthy and'
True to Name.
Special care taken in digging lo
prevent mutilating the roots.
Orders promptly filled. Prices
1 to suit the times. Write for prices.