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Oregon City Enterprise.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 81, 1H.
IUV. JaMK Sk.I.iXIIi' Kt'UKKAI..
KiinUy'OrviiliUii aayatlmt llm fuiiPrad
o( Hv. Jam It. V. SclUiivd tuk pluce
HaluriUy alliTinxiii (rniu K. lvll'
rlmri'li In t'.Hnl 1'iirtlunil, tlm m-rviii-a
lniiiu I'oiiitiii lixl liy tialuii Morrlii til
licv. I ifnntn II. 'iiii V iilum, rt'i-lor u(
lt. Iiivi' rhiin li, imaialfil y ollirr
I'liMi;) nii-n i f llm riiy. TIiimii nii a
Iutkii nlii'iiJiiiun of llie rvUlivei of tlm
ilii rHxril. At tlm t'lilli'ltlaion of lilt! illl
iriaatvu ciTi'iiiiiiiii'i ul tlio I'titinli, tlm
rmimiiia with Imrii'il t lmu Fir I'i'iii-ti-ry.
Ki'v, Mr. 8ill(iil win W yciirn
ml II iniiiitlm olil. Il.'tmiio to On-Kon
in 1H.VI, (T'ihiiiij; llm IhIIiiiiiih of l'uniiiim
ilnriiiK tin' t;ri'iit iiiiihiii'iii, in wliirli liin
Imillii'r. who ri'i-i'ii'ly iliml nt Milwukii.
wiih hiully wmimli'il. Kor nii year h
wh" In t'lmrun im rrrlnr of tlm Sulrni
cliurch, rmniiiiiiiiK thi'fu till 1HA, whim
lin hoiilit farm ni'Hr Mil aukie. lie
tlinu anHiiincJ chmiio of St. l'aviil's
church, and wm iu fouiiiliit. I la wax
afti-manl iulu a inimiiomtry iit-lrn,
In wliirli rapacity lit) contimwvl until hin
pyi'Hi(lit fuiliol him Vt llm punt nix
ytnr ho h bi-i'ii an Invaliil, anil ho
diiil Hiirriiiiiiilitl hy hia ihUilnui and
Kriiinli:lilMri'a. Kv. Mr. Hullwuod
maintained hik-h rharm-tar Jurinathn
3H year which ho Hn'iit in the utato, and
waa a faithful niniatrr 0( th KpipK-opal
church. An tlio founder of Ht. David'
church, Im waa diiairiina of living to aco
tho foundation of the new church laid.
Ilia wlnh wua rciili.cd in that rtKct.
lie wiim tlm lulhcrof Itnv. John W. Sull
wood, former rector of St, Pavld'achureli.
Goi.i.ki'tinii Mua-HnioaiTiKM. Tni'Hiluy 'b
Oretioninn aaya Unit 0. II. DiAVilt, a
prominent aioi'kuian of Harney county,
in In thi) city Ketiitut loijetlior a collection
of curioaiticH for emUihllion at the mid
winUir fair. Tim iiiorit . rmnarkahle
ohjct In hia collei-twn, and the one to
which ho attache the Krimtcat valuo, ia
a pwtiH tly formed cull with ei(ht Ii'uh.
The animal waa bom on the IWwera
riinch, jidjoiniriK Mr. UoWilfa, February
2, Imt only lived a Jew houm. Ita
preamit owner had the "kin carefully
drcriHcd and innunted in a lifu-llko man
jut. Tlio Ii'kb niw M'rfertly forined and
have well-developed Imofa. Another
object In tho collection of which Mr. De
Witt i jiarticiiliirly proud in four
li'Kfd chicken, which Ih very much alive
mid Iiiih full iiho of holh paira of lena.
Another freak in the collection ia the
droMHed and mounted akin of mi eiulit
leed lamb. In uddition to tlw-'flo thinija
Mr. DeWitt haa mounted gpiHihihina of
lOOvarlotiea of Oregon birda, which wore
prepared by Proftwaor F.J. Itree.e. of
Lincoln college, Neb., who who waa aent
to Ore((on to collect natural history
HpecimoiiH for the college.
Dkatii or F.i.i.a Tkoyku Little Mary
Klla, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mra.
Anion Troyer died Monday, March 19th,
1804. Aged ono year and twenty-three
daya.. The funeral arrvlcea wore con
ducted by Heva. Kaufman and Kroph
and the remains interred in the (ileaaon
Hi'iuiKH Dkatii at Ohwkoo. Laat
Hundiiy evening (ieo W, I'roaaer wan in
Din city looking for Coroner llohmiil to
go to Oawegu to InvcMllguIn rulutlvn
to tlm aiiililmi death of Maty IIiiiinui
who died there curly In the afternoon
after being alck only lli miiiutea, Hlie
waa a Mining and rohiiHt young woman
about HO yeara of age and hud littered no
complaint up to I wo or three day a prevlotia
to her deiith and then hIik bad only waid
that aim wua not well. The HiiHpiclotiH
circiniintaiico In coiiueclloii with her
death waa that within fifteen minutea
after alio ccnaeil breathing her body
turned black and her cheat apliearnd all
broken out. Coroner Ilnliiiuti accotii
by Dr. K. A Humeri went on Monday
morning and held a "t mortem exami
nation at which the teallniony allowed
(hut alio had been In trouble and had
taken druga lo relieve hnraolf, with the
renult a atnted above.
Am Oiiki.os Ciff (inn.. Kiinday'l
Oregonlan conlalni the following con
cerning MIm Ileal rice Harlow, daughter
of our fellow-towna-man, F. T. Harlow,
It la In the account "( F. I-onl Kiitg'a
recilala at the tirace M. V.. clnin li on
Haturday uflerntKiii. Tlm Mikhi'M Nellie
lleuueMy, Ida Sbellev and Heatilie
Harlow, pupil of Mr. King, proved the
value of Ina method a a truclier. Miaa
Hurlow waa the aolot of the atudent.
She M'r(ortned artiHtirally and ith
prerlaion Chopin' iH-atlliful "Ilerceuae,"
and phivcd moat brilliantly a cot.rert
wall by her inairmior. After referring
to anverul other performer the article
conclude: Intereat waachiefly ri'iiterel,
however, In llm woik of the child pianiat
Mi Heatriee Hurlow, whom) wonderful
precocity iredicted for her a brilliant
Two Nw Cakh. The Willamette
Full Hailway company received on
Tueday the flrt of the two fine i-lectric
can aliieb were built by the lirill com
pany of riiiladrlpbia for the liae of thi
company, The car wa run up right
afternoon and altmcted a great deal o
attention and many admirer. It ia full
atandard width, the mine a puHaeuger
car on the ruilrnuda, ten aeMta long and
built low mi a to be convenient forget
ting on and oIL Holh enda are vend
billed ao a to protect both motorman
and conductor. The cur I painted a
rich cream and t'immed in guilt. At
nightfall it waa run up lo the end of the
bridge upon wliiih a woiMlen track
waa laid and under the ioiervinion
ol C. A, Miller the trucka were removed
and both taken aerowi, tlie entire night
being taken V complete tlie job.
Ax Fxi-rNHivK I.tti:ii In the Cnited
. Utalin eoiiit yealeMay, ii.L. iHiliery, a
iCIai kama county farmer, plead guiltv
i to ail iiiforiii iti'Hi cliArgiug him
with mailing ohm-cno matter. Ho had
been pining attention lo a voting woman
Minim father filed an objection and
wrote lo liobery warning Imti to atuy
away. In reply Kobery mailed a mixKivo
emu lied iu lincleuli laoguaiie. He Ma
lined $11), an I promptly paid it. The
Sunday Ona'ouiiiii contained the above
notice. Tlie farmer here lelerred to
live near Wilnoiiville in thi county and
the young luriy lo whom be waa paying
hi uihlrcH ia an id to be a daughter of
Mr. 1 1 arm.
Wkt Sine Hiii.mNiia. It now Ix-gina
to look a though in "pile of the cloae
lien of the money market that there
would le couHidernblo in the way of
building operation gcing on this mine
mer. Already a number of cottage
have been atarted on the weat aide of
tho river among which may be noted the
following: V. 8. Hellomy, Dr. D. L.
1'iiiiio, Chun. McMilliun, J. Hiilaoii and
K. I'arker. 3. II. Hala'.on la papering
to build the drat cottage nl the new town
of Willamette Fall and it ia thought
that many neat cottage will go up thero
in the near future.
Sum k Kind Womia Mr. J. O. Koad
wiitea from Strenton III. uh follow: "No
caller i mote welcome tlinu tlio week I v
viait of the Fntcui'iiink. It i aniil wo
do not appreciate our fiienda until after
they are gone. D ia eipially true of the
home paper, it full value ia not know n
until it come like the Kntkiu'Risk from
the far ulf land we bo inucli loved,
Caught with new of tho friend at Cro
on City." A (dipping from a Streaton
paper convey tho information that Mr.
Keui'i Iiuh charge vf a pleuaant church.
Catarrh Cannot lie Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as ttiey
cannot reach the neat of tho diacane.
Catarrh la a blood or constitutional din
eaae, and in order to cure it you muat
take Internal remedied. Hull' Catarrh
Cure ia taken internally, and net di
rectly on the blood and iiiiicoiih niirfmva.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia not a quick med
icine. It was prescribed by onu of tho
best physician in tills country for years,
and is a regular prescript ion. It is com
posed of tho best tonics known, com
bined with the best blood put illers, act
ing directly on the mucous surface.
The jHirfect combination of the two in
gredient is what produces such wonder
ful results in curing Catarrh. Sena for
F. J. CIIF.NEY A CO., Props. Toledo.
Hold by Druggists, price 7.re.
Karl's Clover Hoot, the now Blood
Purifier, gives freshness and clearness to
the Complexion and cures Constipation.
2T)c, 50c. and 1.00. Hold by CO.
Receipt, note and ordor books at the
Tlie Following Fcople Were Cured by
Dr. Ilurrlii'a Fleet nial ami
Mcilliitl 'I rciiliiient.
J. T. (leorge, (ileiieden, Wiiab.,
chronic rheiiimitixui five year, cured,
Owen JiimeH, Siokune, Waab.,
uliNceM III left ear and ipiinzy, cured.
Mra. Mary a JoIiiihoii McMiunvillc,
Or., deafnuaa liiuny Veura, reatoied.
C. F. Mahew, M MurketSt,, I'ortlaud,
rlieiimatiNin in It worat torin, cured
Henry Von Helma, Handy, Or., cancer
of the noao and cutitirwh, cured.
J. H. Jciimiiiig. Hell wood, Or., ec-ma
or akin dlea4 10 yeara, cured.
I'll. DAKItIN : From the effwta of
la gripiai and hroni hilia, 1 have been 111
for a long time. (Ireut pain In my lung
and kidney rendered lite unable to
work. Your electric an J medical treat
ment ha cured mcao I am able to labor
again. 1 teaide at Kimwtll atreet
Albiii. (IKOUUK W. Mi CLUKK.
Dr. Darriu can be conaulted free at
27((i Waahington atreet, from 10 to 6
daily ; evening, 7 Ui 8. Cbargea at the
rule of fj a month for medical treatment,
aiirgical, electrical or iecil caaea ex-
ceptiil. t lironlc ami private ilmewH,
varicoi'ele, hydrocele, alrictiira, error of
youth, loat manhood, de.ifnens, la grii.
catarrh, diaeuaeaol women, irregularitiea,
etc., a apeciully. 'the treuttiient of
catarrh and bronchili .'J a moiilh. The
Kior treated free from 10 toll daily.
Patient in tho country can receive
home treatment by aendiug f." per month
with avmpton of their dieue. (iive
expreaa ollice adlrea.
Dkm'mkatic I'kimakik. At the demo
crat li! prlmariea w hich w ere held in thi
city on Saturday there wa a lively con
teat for aeata in the county convention
though the real caue of contention
accm not to be very clear. Some nay
that it wa a content between tlie (union
and aiiti-ftmion wing and that the latter
won while other aver that it waa to
ait certain purlieu in then anplration
for place, and other atate that it wa to
puniNli Sheriir Gaining for aotne acta of
hi. Tne delegute rhocn in the fliHt
ward were C. D. Latourette, H. It. (ireen,
J. C. Mehan, A. N. Minify, J. J. Cooke,
K. F. DriggN, and in the w-cond ward R.
(i. Caudeld, J. W. Gaining, (!eo. A.
Harding, Win. Slieehan, Jatne Tborne,
J. I'. Lovett and John Wi-tainandel.
Prm.ic Kcinaii, Notb. The fence
about tho achool block and the city park
adjoining Ita been broken down in
place since last fall and a the post and
lioardH are well rotted it wa deemed
advisable to have the fence tuken away
which Is now being done. The lawn
south of the Hurclay school which has
heretofore been kept as a lawn bus been
thrown open as a play ground and the
children are now "cracking the whip"
and "skinning tlie devil" on the grass.
HkHasthr Shamrock. Captain M.
II. Flanagan recently received a little
package from old Ireland of w hich he i
justly proud. It contained several well
preserved specimens of the bhamiock
leaf, doth foil i and five which weie viewed
with much pleusure hy the na'ives of the
The chief of the weather bureau direct
the publication of the following data,
co npilcd from the record of observation
for the month of April, taken at this
station for a period ol twenty-two year.
It 1 believed that the facts thus set
forth will prove of inteiest to the public
as well a the special student, showing
a they do tho average and extreme con
dition of the more itnxrtant meteoro
logical element and the range nitbin
which such variation may be exp cted
to keep during any corresponding month.
Mean or normal temperature, lifty
three degree; tho warmest April was
that of 1S81, with an average of fifty-five
degrees; the coldest April was that of
lSS;i, with an average of forty six degree ;
the highest temperature during any
Apiil waa eighty-five degrees on the 2Sth
1 Sill) J tho luwest temperature during any
April waa twenty-eight degrees on the
Average precipitation '.rain and molted
snow) for tho month, 3.21 inches: aver
ago number of days with .01 of an inch
or more, fifteen ; the greatest monthly
precipitation wa 7.88 inches In 188:1 ;
the least monthly precipitation was 1.12
inches in 1885 ; the greatest amount of
precipitation recorded in twenty-four con
secutive hours was 1.34 inches on the
Average number of cloudless days,
six; average numoer of partly col ml y
days, ten; average number of cloudy
The prevailing wind have been from
the south. The highest velocity of the
wind during any April wua fioni south
west, fourty-four miles on the 3d 18113.
S, M. lit.A.MIKOItl),
Observer, Weather Bureau.
Laud for Sale.
423 acres of land lor sale on tho hard
times basis ; 100 acre near Clackamas
Station at $30, 100 acres improved at
$(10 and 150 at $40, or GO acres of choice
rivor bottom land given for clearing a
like number of acres. Write or see K.
C. Hackstt, sberifl's oilice, Oregon City
500 ton of choice bav. mnatlo timnthv.
will be sold in mircela to auit tlm our-
chaser by It. M. Kobortson, Albany, Or. j
WE WANT YOU-
to coino to our Htorc
UlOKI.Vl I'l.KAHANT BOllHi-
timcH. Wu havj ho
much to nell bcMfluH
iuiniiic, nii'i ul 1 those
bitter tilings; wo don't
want you to think we
aro happy only when
you uroaick. Of course
if you must he ill we
ulwaya want to put up
your proscription, but
wo have a thousand and
ono thinjTH that you
iu bosidoH medicine.
Just now we have Home
particularly fine bathing
acceHHorie. Rubber and
briHt lo bath brushes from
11 to1.50; bath mitts
V) and 7.r:.; elegant bath
towel from 3'; to 1 J0.
They will lant you for
years and you take Holid
comfort every time you
use them. Then every
one must hove Mrfurne
and toilet water. We
have all kinds and at
C. O. HUNTLEY,
Oregon City, Oregon.
If you buy anything at our
store and it iHn't exactly what
it Hhould be or what it was
represented to be if you're not
Katisfied, bring it back, and
we'll refund full price. If you
find that you could have bought
the same thing any place else,
at the name time, for less
money, come in and we'll give
you a rebate equal to the differ
ence. We will protect our
costomers in every way and
will conHider it a favor if you
will report any dissatisfaction.
Huntley's Book Store,
Would be pleased to Fee 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 the two states on the
Quick, accurate, cheap.
All the satisfaction of a
person al com m u n ica t ion .
Distance no effect on a
clear understanding. Spo
kane as easily heard as
Oregon City ollice at
Huntley's l)rug Store.
d. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - - Oregon.
W. H. COOKE, Manager,
SiicoCBSur to I'.ll I.1L. Co.
Corner Fourth and Main Streets,
The LKAD1NG LIVKKY STABLE
of the City. Hijja of any description
furnished on Hliort notice.
All kinds of Truck and Delivery Pusi
iiess promptly attended to.
Horses Roarded and Fed on reason
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OP ADMINIS
TRATRIX. Notice la hereby Riven, that the undersigned
has been anunlnieil by the County Court of
t'laekamiw county, Orvftou. administratrix ol
the estate of John II. I.ala, deceased. All por
sons IihvIiik claims auninst the estHte of said
JkIiii H. ljis, deceased, are hereby notified to
present the same duly verified for payment to
tho uuderaisiied at my residence, two miles
west of Needy, or at the post ollice of J. D. Kit
tcr at Needy, Oregon, wllhlu tlx months from
til is sale.
1'iited at Needy, Oregon, this 21st day of Feb
ruary, A. 1), lam.
S-i:-30 UBS, 8U8ANNAH LAIS.Adm'x.
i ir 4
1 H MM M
hitw;..!...! wrrrs- w,i.-i. u
Wet Feet are Dangerous
At any time especially at this season of changes. If you would
have your children well shod buy the
RED SCHOOL HOUSE SHOES.
FOR SALE BY
TH0S. OHARMAN & SON,
Who have just received a new invoice, also a full line of the best ladies
fine shoes. We have the finest and best assortment of
shoes in the city. Prices low. Call and see.
THOS. OHARMAN & 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.
fcir LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Jacob Kober, Proprietor.
Do You Jfecd 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.
STR. SARAH DIXON,
GEO. M 8IIAVER, 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 Mondays, 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.
JOHN A. BECK,
Corner of Front and Morrison,
IS 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 1
River Route, via.
Joseph Kellogg Trans. Co.
STR. JOSEPH KELLOGG leaves
Kelso Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, at b' A. M. Leaves" Port
land, Tuesday, Thursday and
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 points.
WM. R. IIOLMAN, Agent.
Taylor Street Dock, Portland, Or.
DAVID J. COX, Prop.,
CAN13Y, - OREGON.
Apple, Pear, Cherry, Peach,
Prune, Plum, Apricot,
Trees Strong and Healthy and
True to Name.
Special care taken in digging to
prevent mutilating the roots.
Orders promptly filled. Prices
to suit the times. Write for pricee.