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Oregon City Enterprise.
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A M n.l (irr,(..u I lly I (JO F M lor Port
land Monday, Wednesday ml Friday,
I'm! Hum, .m1 anvmiudailona ami low ratal.
Nu way liaiaht handled. M.arl rU oil
NOt'TIIKUS PAI'IHC HAILWAY.
('Illornla Kanrtwa lllirouiti)
kuielmrg lH'l (way aialloni)
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Ori-noli ( llylo Kly.l'arua, Miilinnaml Molalla
Iravm al U in. and arrltva l li m. dally.
On-con Clly In iVIy. Mlnk.l'Urk .Mr adow Hums.
I'liluii Mllla, Mulimi ami niton, Irani al lua.
hi liivaday, lliurlay ml Maltirdey, lid re
liirm on lullowlna data al I S5 p. In
KUIItAY, FKHIIUAKY !), 1H1U.
An m.l.NNT School. Uv. W. L.
Mulloy rvturiii'd from CwvallU on Mon
day nil ir api'iidtiitf ny iln.v MMiotliiK
Itev. 1'. A. Mawln 1'iiiiiliii'liiiK a Mrlna
of revival rnwlinue whitli lie rr)il It
irujrt'aHiii willi iMrytt 'oli(ri'Kulllili
ml iinuli lnliTot. WIiIIm there lie
vlaited llm State Agricultural culli'ua and
ol ll lliat too murli ratuvot I aald
ol ll iimimitfiiionl unit the iniHioime
work Mnft carried on tlifru. Ilu found
I'rvaldi-nl John Woe ntlrrinK nd
entfrprlalnu man with III own work
ml tliti mI)uI wt'll In Imml. Mr. Mol
loy found it very inlen-atlng kuIK
tliroi)li tint a.erl depart menu tin!
im mpfcliilly pleaaed with tlio ttcn
tlon MK itivmi to Inatnirtion in nri
cultural In all h hramhea. lie
urprlrted to 6 nil edcnriW bUckanillh
nd maclilin Iiuhi where almoat every
thing that li made out of Iron latum!
out, the iioyii at tlm m hool btln the
work mo n a well a rai ticul loameii.
JtWai Ixiaiiko. n Halurday even
ln Jul. Contt'llo who llvxa at HUrkauimj
Mulk-hU thouuht that he would tri
meut with a imiall cartrhlK (hell wbkh
waa loadnd to wmi what eiruct fire would
have uon M, o ho lm tl It In the move
and replaced the eovttr. After walthm
infhVirnl time he thought for It to
pxplodelf It w Kolrnr, to he carefully
tiHk ofTlhn lid to n'i what had In-come
of ll. He h-arm-d imii h WMinur than he
i-xiiHi-led for wild a lianit and a wliix
MoiiHrtliinK ittruik him on the'lip und
waa fliulxMldod wi deep that it waa found
neceiwarv to call I'r. II. E. Ft-rrin who
extrauted the aliell from the wound and
atiU-hud it up. Tliu patient ia doinK well
and at pri'mml has no t-urionity a to the
r-lfm-t of (ire on powder, llo haaalno
learned thut tlio ahell aa well as the
hullut can mako a pHlnful wound
Kihk ltova Oct. On Monday evening
at ahuut 0 o'clock the Fountain Are bell
Ik-khii to aend out il in ilea of alarm and
a moment later llitt Cataract 111 wan
warninir ita iliemlieia that they were
wanted at their porta, tini. kly the boyi
wero hold of the ropea and out in the
mud, the Hook mid l.uddcr i-oinpaiiy
heiuit the tliHt to ft their cart out upon
the atreet. The Hidewalk waa quickly
crowded with people ruahiliK about to
aeek the cuue of the aliiriu and from
the action of the firemen It waa evident
that they knew no more about it than
the Keiieriil public, for ihiiiib wereaiiirlinu
up the atreet and home down. Finally an
no lire anHared In Muht the apparatus
wua aiiin run under ahelter. The alarm
v aa cauacd by an incipient blar.e iu a
Chi mme wartli Iiouhu.
HtiKi'Hiac Paktv. A very pleamint
aurprlae party win given to Miaa Lorent
I.ar.elle at the home of her parent! at
Mount Pleatiant on tho evening of the
10th. The eveniiiK waa pleanantly
apent In kiiicb and iihihIc. The court
eon n young hoHteoa contrihutod several
tiloHHinir liiHtruir.entul aoloa. Those
present . were,: Muaduinea Martin,
llendricksou and Jhonke; MiH.iea Mollie
Ilnrkley, F.mma and Annie Wilohart,
Myrtle lieorio, lllancho It. and Nettle
McCord and Minnie Jhonke; Meaar.
Hondrickmii), Morton Haynea, Homer
Martin, Aichle McCord, Arthur and
Clarence Hnnaell and MuHtera Melvin
McCord and Carl Jhonke.
Want Pay for Pi'i.i'. The suit of the
rnget Bound Pulp A Paper Company
aKninnt the Willamette Pulp ot Paper
Company waa on triul before J ml no Bell
inger in the I'nited Stutea court Monday
afternoon. The plaintiff aceka to recover
fifty tons of wood pulp at three and one
half eenta wr pound, shipped from
Lowell, WaHhinfton, and conainned to
the defendant at Portland. Thia pulp
was dertroyed by fire on a dock at
Seattle, and the question in point la the
owbnr at that time,
Receipt, note and order books at the
KtiTkRi'uiHK office. i
That Wonn Contmact, Home few
week allien tlm letlliiK of a ciiitrai t for
the culliii of 1(1,(101) cord of wood for
the Kleclrlc Co, wua noted In these
coIiiiiiiih, ami It wua aiippoaed that the
choppers would he at woik mu this, but
delays have occui red and ultlioiih tlime
la ciiile a cump of choppers loculed at
I lie month of tlm Tualatin ready to com
inein o fiillliiK timber, they have not yet
felled a si Irk except for tlie'r own ne,
although they hove been -xpcctiiiK every
day to receive notice to goto work. No
another delay has occurred by reason of
rhanuo in conti actors, Mvasra I'.utilurf
Brothers havliiK aucceeih-d to the con
tract. They have lawn huiy thia wm-k
arranxliiK bonds and other detail", and
hoo to have a K"d forcaof men at work
IIoi.man Was Fmxioku On Monday
evenliiK the faucet in the KNiKHraisic of
fice were leit alihtlr iien as the even-
ilia was eoM an aa to prevent lUnxer of
the pipes freDiiiik. From the flooded
condition of the floor and Ilolman's
furniture ahop In the rrxirniim It looked
aa though a lar(i aectlun of the Wil
lamette river had been run through
the ofllrn, and the only way that it could
Im accounted lor was lliitt the pressure
waa very liulit at iiiilit and when the
fire holla rang in the ev nlng the force
waa Im-reasi-d on the pumps and this
cauacd the dulcet to run and overflow
the sink. The damage In thia oflice
amounted to hut little, but curtains', car
pets and loiitiKea on the lower floor wete
On I.i.Ncoi.N'a lliKTiniAV. K.of P. hall
waa well filled on Monday afternoon by
patriotic i-ltliena who had met to honor
the birthday of the dclcndcr, Abraham
Lincoln. The exercim-a were conducted
under the auspices of tho Nous of Veterans
and included patriotic airs by the fife and
drum corps, s-iiim, and speeches by Cap
tain J, T, Aierson, Itev. Oilman Porker,
W. K. Johnson, C. A. Hermann and
Cliaa. Mi-nerve. All present ainiak highly
of the mcelliia and the interest taken
IIckkan IN Jam .Two years' imprison
ment In die county jail and a fine ol
11000, the a-ntence lmioHcd hy Judye
lltdllntier in the doted States dirtrirl
court on Tuesday marks anotlier chapter
In the life of William Dunhar, merchant
and opium unuKxIer. He waa taken to
juil to serve liU sentence. Uloui ia fill
in WaaldiiKton living at one of the beat
hotels and oaaociatinK with cabinet olli
cera, treasury ofllclala and tlch. (uch
ia life nnder a democratic administration
IIkatm or Mas. Hwitii A eorreapon
dent at Needy writes I hat tliedeath of M ra.
Lury A. Timith, wife of Samuel .Smith, liv-ln-iuar
Needy, oocurml on February lOlli
after a abort illnra. She waa a highly
esteemed lady and her death la regretted
by all w ho knew her. She leavea a hus
band, three daiightcra and one son to
mourn her loss. Funeral services were
conducful by Kev. Parker at the Smyrna
Congrega'ional church, on Monday Feb
Sckcial Mkktino. The Xcisly Kepub
lican club will hold a special meeting on
Saturday, February 17, 1KH4 at 7:30 p.
m. IiniHirUnt hiHinesa to be transacted.
The speakers for the evening will lie
Judge Meldrum and Hon (ieo. C.
Krownell of Oregon City, Hon. E. C.
Maddock, of New Era ond Hon. J. B.
I'iinlik of Hubbard and other local
speakers, lly older of the
Jota Wkk SiiscaNtiKn. Several of
the boys of the Seventh stm-t achwd
who are just verging into young man
hood recently became Inhued with some
immoral ideas which led them to the per
petration of acta.which resulted in an In
vestigation upon the oart of the directors
as a result of which four of them are
expelled for the rest of thin quarter. It
is to be hopeil that tliu le.ou will p O.e
a salutary one.
Somk ItivKit Cmanok. The, popular
mute of the liiimona, Jack Hoover, haa
quit tho river and biin partially arranged
to go into ImsineNH at Wooillmrn w here
himself and a friend are negotiating for
the purchase of a hardware store. A. B.
Graham w ho has been slopping on the
dock luia-tiiken his place on the ltamuna
as purser and mate and T, P. Kandall
will hold forth on the dork.
Ei'woiunu Lkaui'k Skhvices. The
Epworth league w ill conduct the services
at tho M . f: church next Sunduy even
ing. A special program haa been pre
pared. There will be some excellent
papers on the organization, pledge, motto
and future of tho Kpvvorth Lerguc. Oood
mutriu and a hearty welcome to all.
Static ok Ohio, City ok Toi.kdo,)
Lucas County )
Fkank J. Chunky mukea oath that be
is the senior partner of the firm of F.J.
Ciiknkv A Co,, doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State of afore
said, and that said firm will pay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh Hint cannot be
cured by the used of Ham.'b Catahkii
Cukk. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed in
my presence, this Otli day ot Deccmoer,
A, D 1880.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken Internally
and acta directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the sytcm. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
a7"Sold by Druggist s j 75c.
All coiiimuniculioiiB for this column
should be sent to II H. Stamkv- iuthkK,
somk rin"l. statistics.
Numlierof svliool district in county,
including joint districts I l.'l.
Numherof persons of school age 7-I0) .
Number of pupils cnroll-d in puhlic
Average daily attendance H174.
Avoiage moiitly salary puid men $42. HI,
Average moiitlilv salary paid ladies
Number of t4uchers holding life diplo
Number of teachers li'ilding state nor
mal diploma, ton.
Tuiiibcr ol teachers holding state di
Number of teachers holding state cer
Numlssr of teachers holding first grade
county certificates forty-four.
Number of teachers holding second
grade county oirtlllcute, fifty-eight
Number of tcur.lier holding third
grade county certificates, thirty eight.
Number of teacher holding permits,
Whole number of teacher in tlie
ll will thus tie wen that the local sup
ply Is for in excess of the demand, yet
notwithstanding this fact the superin
tendent is constantly in receipt of in
quires aliout vacancies from teacher of
Multnomah and other counties.
A MONO TUB TKACHKKS
H. M. Toniliiisoi was in town the
past week preparing to teach at Mur
qnain by taking out a permit.
Victor Dickey began a three months
term in uistrict No. 10 near MolalU lust
Mist Kate Hunk ha been re-employed
for a abort term near Wilsonville.
A. B. Hihhard bus been employed to
teach a month at Orville, district No. 22.
After finishing bis term there he will
teach at Muiino.
Mr. II. Hammond of Concord, district
No. W baa been conducting series of
siH-lliuj schools which prove to lie both
intererting and Instructive.
Mr. I.keof Harmony closed his school
with appropriate llw-rary exercises, the
leading feature of which was a well
rendered drama, "Bread on the Waters."
aciiom. it K PORT.
Following are the names of pupils in
district No. M who were neither absent
nor tartly during the month ending
Februarv2: Koacoe Frost, Kay Vine
yard, Lee Eckeraofl, Charlie Roth, Fred
Rolh, Bessie Sleight and Cordelia)
Stevens. Althka Phblps.
SOX SCHOOL NOTKS.
During the past week Snpt. Gibson
visited the school in the southern part
of the county. He report them all in
a flourishing condition.
Miss Ida Y-xh-r is conducting a sue
ccaidtil term in district No. 02. which was
formerly taught by A. C. Yoder.
A. J. Shannon is teaching a thoroughly
successful term in -district No. 01 near
Miss Hut tie Willoughhy is doing work
which is a credit to the profession in her
school at Whiskey Hill.
J. P. Yoder, recently from Illinois, is
doing efficient work at Needy.
The Murqtiaru school closed last Fri
day. This school is small in mimU'rn,
Yet tho percent, of attendance haa been
very large during tlte entire term. Miss
Phenm McDonald was teacher.
The school at Marks Prairie is pro
gresMing nicely under the manuKcment
of Miaa Helen M. Tavlor.
Barlow school ia moving on in the
good work wirh P. L. Coleman at the
helm. rittng and German are taught
Chas. Crittenden who has been teach
ing the Samson School, recently closed
a yery successful term.
David Warner w ho recently closed a
successful term near Eagle Creek has
itone to Cunby to procure hop roots for
bis new yard. He will continue to
A Demooratlo Pratootioniit.
St. Ahokstinis, Fla., Feb. 12. Rich
ard Croker, in an interview, says he
thinks it unfortunate" that democratic
congressmen are not allowed to vote for
protection when necessary to the inter
eats of their districts. He fears free
sugar will lose Louisiana to the demo
crats, and also fears the effect of the
income tax on the democracy in New
York. Free wool, he thinks will cause
serious dnmagos. Ho believes in mod
erate protection for American indus
tries. Croker ' Bays congress should
either pass or dofeat the tariff bill at
once, aa something must be done to re
lieve the busincsa uncertainty.
Bolial Lead or Wounded.
Rio Jankiho, Feb. 13. Admiral da
Gaina, commander of the rebel fleet,
who was wounded in the neck and arm
by bulletts during the battle of Arma-
caro irlilay is In a critical condition.
Every effort is being made to save his
Father of Seoratary LiM ont.
Cortland, N. Y., Feb. 12. John B.
Lainont, of McGrawvillo, father of Secre
tary of War Lamont, died at his home
last night after a lingering illness.
Is what our drugs help to ,
do, for they are always
freah and pure, and will
do what your doctor ex
x;ctH of tliotn; and you
may lie nure when you
liave hought anything at
our Htorft you have not
lx;fcn overcharged. Patent
medicines, toilet prepara
tions, bruBhes, combs
Everything in fact to be
found in a first-clans drug
store, and please remem
ber our sjM.-cial pride is our
new remedies to our stock
and at all tunc driving'
to merit your patronage.
C. G. HUNTLEY.j
In Oregon City at laxL
Not a very largo one, but
which will be increased as
the business will justify
and its patrons desire.
Tho charges are fixed at
the very lowest cash rate
2 cents xr day pro
vided, however, that there
shall be no single charge
of less than 5 cents.
Come in and see what
we have and let us tell
you more about it.
At Huntley's Book Store,
Next door to Com. Bank,
D K V I E S
Would be pleased to see his friends
and patrons in his new
Third and Morrison Streets,
Over Golden Rule Bazaar.
1800 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 90 other towns
in tho two states on the
vjuick, accurate, cheap, i
All the satisfaction of a
Distance no effect on a
clear understanding. Spo
kane as easily heard aa
Oregon City office at
Huntley's Drug Store.
J. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - - - Oregon.
W. H. COOKE, Manager,
Sucoesjor to U. H T A L, Co.
Corner Fourth and Main Streets,
The LEADING LIVERY STABLE
of the City. Kiijs of any tloseription
furnished on short notice.
All kinds of Truck and Delivery Busi
ness promptly attended to.
Horses Boarded and Fed on reason
GUNSMITH AND LOCKSMITH
Full Stock of Guns Ammunition.
Repairs on all kinds of small machines
promptly niaile. Duplicate keys . to
any lock manufactured. Shop on
Main Btreet, next' to
CITY TREASUREK'8 NOTICE.
Notice li hereby then, that there are lurtl-
olent fuiuls ou baud U) pay general fund war
rants outfllautimic endorsed prior to October 9,
ixy.1. Intercut eeaaea with the date ol thia no
tice K. 1 HOLM AN, City Treanurer,
Oregon City, Oregon, Jan. If, 1W4.
TH0S. CHARMAN & SON,
JUST : ARRIVED!
-A COMPLETE LINE OF-
all Ik Winter Jackets
-Direct from New
Ladies' Cloaks in all Styles and Misses' and
Children's in all Patterns
FULL LINE OF
Hop Sackings, Whip Cords, Cash
meres and Henriettas.
We have a new and complete stock o'
Of the very Latest Styles.
Call and see our stock before purchasing as it is the largest and newest
styles in the market.
TH0S. CHARMAN & SON.
SEVENTH - STREET - BAKERY
Lunch and Hot Coffee at Every Hour of the Day.
All Kinds of Cake Made to Order
AND ORNAMENTED FREE OF CIIAGE.
ftir LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOK THE HOLIDAYS.
Jacob Kober, Proprietor.
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 or a Quantity Sent POSTAGE paid at Portland
Prices to Your Address.
STR. SARAH DIXON,
OKO. 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
Washington St.,or on board steamer.
This is the nearest and most di
rect route to the Nehalem valley.
Corner ol Front and Morrison,
18 STILL ON EARTH.
For general repairing he stands
without a peer. For first-class, re
liable goods his store is second to
none. Trv him !
k .r,Tm, i i 1 1 1 i i
York consisting of-
River Route, via.
Joseph Kellogg Trans. Co.
STR. JOSEPH KELLOGG loaves
Kelso Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, at 6 A. M. Leaves Port
land, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 7 A. M.
STR. NORTH WEST Leaves Port
land Monday, Wednesday and ,
Friday for Kelso and Upper Cow
litz river points, returning tha
This is the only direct route to
reach all Cowlitz river points.
VM. R. IIOLMAN, Agent.
Taylor Street Dock, Portland, Or.
Apple, Pear, Cherry, Peach,
Prune, Plum, Apricot,
Trees Strong and Healthy anl,
True to Name.
Special care taken in digging to
prevent mutilating the roots.
Orders promptly filled. Primps
to suit the times. Write for pricejj.