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Oregon City Enterprise.
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Kh.iiwii, W raiHi.l,., Bandy ami Highland teutee'
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M ilallt lrara al li m. anil arilvre tl 11 in.
Orrfnti Clly lo Heaver (iwk, Wink. Clerk.
Meadow MriMik. t'tiliiu Mills, ami (.'oliou.leatee
al IU a. m. eloioley Wednesday ami KrMlay
ami relume un Mlimliif 'Ian at J 31 p in
Oregon Clly In Viola, I'eian ami Hedland
leave, (irrfnn lly Mnllilay nllii-alav aait
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FKUUY, JULY 13, 1HD4.
KifrKN NrckkMivit Tkumr. Sayi the
Cnrvnllit (!i'U : "I.titt Tliiirmlay wlipn
('iiunly Clitrk WlUm luincd over liii
ili'iik lo lilt uri'cFiiir la nlTiiv, t Lit of
Uriilnn cfiiiniy hlalorr r I li'l to the
nii'iniiry of tlioao ht Imvo Im-iiii niiil
ili nla (if Iti'iitmi futility fur thtt iml
thirty yearn; fur jnt tliiity yi-trn ko
Mr. WiUoii l4vtpi to tli dllii-e n(
nullity clerk. " Tim (iiim-tlt' turn of lilt
work: "llix Iuiik aiTvico lum (jlvon lilm
Ijt'iiorikl kiKiwliilfc'i' of tl.o Imiil In tlio
county Hint no on cmilil uriiiiro with
Ii'hm limn thirty yrum tuMH'iiilion with
thu rci'ortlH.' Ho Iihh U'cn ctrvful mul
l:ii nntiik iiiK timi tt tuty be uniil without
fiurof coiitrailictlontliHt In noolhYc in the
ntulu liuvn tliu rccnriU tml tl Ut of the
county lntn U Uit or more nynlciiitt
irtlly kfpt than InlVnlon County. Ho
Iihh iiUtyn lncn imrticuUr to ilo every
tiling li'K'ully anil junt a it ahoultl lie.
The nuiilt It tlmt tlipnynlrm lniiiirntel
In the routine of the work htve 1khd
run ivil down rctfulitrry from the twitin
niiiK until on the diirkcnt of iii(;litii and
without it li(ht uitlur Mr. WiUmi or tliu
dt'iiitit'R coiil 1 lay their linmlH on any
paper II led in the ofllce.
Nki.io Jiiinnim'h Amiiitiun. Sutiirdny
F.vi'tiitiK'i Teli'Kruni hut thin account of
Ncllo JohiiKon't prewnt occupation. lie
In now Ntntionod at an ultitudu of 10, WK)
feet ahove ea level, on the Mexican
bonier, with a detiichinmit of the Stanford
linivcrally ecicntillu expedition. Thia
exNMlilioii It divided In partiei of three
or four men, with hcHdipiurterii in the
field. In the locnlity where youiiK John
aon U locnted the rencKiide, the Apuche
Kll," recently stole a white hoy, and,
etrippiiiK him Bturk miked, murched him
acroH a lmrniii Band dencrt. Johnnon
and hit friendt aro now looking for the
Aimcha outlaw, hoping to cover them
driven with glory by exttiimlnutirg him.
It in a tiiir.iirdoua iinilorloklng, and the
adventiireHoine young men will bo in
big luck if thu "Kid" iIohcu'I kidnap
Tnie HkU'kiil Koiiin. A correHpoml
ent to tlio HIiitcHincn writes aa follows :
"Why In It our fnrmori keep up a con
'etitiit fimilnile ogitiiiHt the rohins junt
now. Cockrobin Ih one of our best in
HectivoroiiH hirdH mid the, tanner who ile
Htroya him in killing hia bent feathered
friende. The grubs and worms he eats
more than puy for the fuw cherries he
vats. Go out in the early morning, in
Mny and June and see how busy he la
taking in those pests that hurt our
growing gardens and fluids. lie does
much of his wood work while yon are in
bed. Tut up your gun."
Hops in Toi.k County. The West
Side says: "The total acreage of fulj
bearing hops in the Independence vic
inage is 7H4 acres, and the amount of
upring planting is 210 acres, making a
grand total of 1,11'4 acres. Last year
there were marketed from this acreage
over otiO.OOO pounds ol hops which
brought a revenue of more than f 100,000,
I'Olt TIIK f'lHK.Tl A.N'M TOl UAMKM,
rrrimmtlwim For Ni ilcinl)cr McIIiir
The next Firemen's AHuorlutlun will
ho hold In tliis city the hint week in Hep
lumber and it Is thu Intention of the
flreuinii horn to muko it the bent meeting
ever held and in order to insure its sue
ckm thoy will airitfigo far a two day's
tournament during which time soimi flue
races and contents will come oil'. In
order to make all mtcennary preparations
for this ini'iitlng tint following named
committees have been appointed by
Clilel Knglneer O't'onnull :
Finance I). W. Klnnalrd, Wallace
Cole, Hiram Blralght, A. liohuilton,
and J, H. Cook.
Fntertalnmcnt W. II. Howell, Fred
Mutxiitir, Max rVhulpiiia and K. It.
Mimic Chas. Moore, II . B, Ktrtnge,
M. 1'. Qtilnn and Win. Andrenen.
l'rlntlng-II. W. Tremhath, II. J.
Thorne, Augunt Asmiit, and J. I).
TriiiiHKirttttlon A. W. Milln, It. L.
Ilolman, J. W. Stewart, and (i W.
Judges itml tlinii'knepers T. F. Hyan,
J. W. I'illsbuay, J. 1'. Jxive'.t, II. K.
Smith and J. W. (iunong,
ltcccption Chief Fngineer (J'Connell,
F.x-Chlefs T. F, Kyan, H. II. (Jreen,
J. It. TremlH'tli, Chut. Athry, M. II.
Fhiniilgun, Aug. Annum, W.T. Whillock,
J.(i. l'illnburv, M. J. ltrodcrick, Fred
Miller, Win. Frail.
Mrs I', It. Keynt of Sun Francisco will
lecture to ludiet, under (lie aimpices of
thu Vitvi Coiupauy in K. of 1'. hull at
8 o'clock Wtuliiemhiy evening July Isth
and Tliiimdny afternoon July llith at
2:30. Subject, "The Nervous System."
All ladies cordially invited.
. Trfamirer's .Nullre
I htve in my bunds funds applicable
to the payment of all warrants pndorned
prior to June 18, lHUL'. Interest will
cease from date of ttiis notice.
M. L. Mixikk Treasurer.
Okkoon Cwr, July 13, 1H!U.
Too .Much Holiday
got him off the tven truck and brought
on a fresh attack of Indention and
dyspepsia. It was Simmons Liver Keg-
ulator that cured this time. It never
fails. You want to keep it on hand also
fur any Hllious attack, or (or Constipa
tion. It is the emergency remedy, unlike
pills in the effect. No griping, and does
not debilitate. Try it once.
Fruit (iroTtrn' Wfetlnr.
Notice is hereby given that theClacka
mus County Horticultural Society will
hold ilstith ipiarterly meeting in Oregon
City, July lHth at 10 o'clock. A j?ood
(rogiaiil, coilniHtitlg of dincusniniis of
hortictilturHl subjects by leading fruit
growers will be offered and a large attend
ance is desired .
(ill.likHT H. ItoHiiisS, Secy.
Kxpknhivk Ki kctios Tit Kknt. The
Sulcm Stutenmiin days thut K, II. Flugg
bad a bill of f 700 before the county com-
iniHtioiieni' court for printing the (10,0tK)
tickets used at the late election in that
comity. At the July term the court
allowed the bill to tins extent of 420,
On Monday Mr. Flnggdrow the warrant
and in receipting for it did so "in part
payment." lie threatenen to sue the
county for the remainder of the account.
Iennre of Ointments for Catarrh That
as mercury w ill surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely tie ran go tlio
whole system when entering it through
the mucous surface. Such articles should
never be used except on prescriptions
from repot ilde physicians, as the dam
age they will do is ten foltl to the good
you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains
no mercury, and is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you gut the genuine.
It is taken intnrslly, and made in Toledo,
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimon
,aSoid by druggistB, price 75c. per
Insure in the oldest Fire Insurance
Company in the world, the Sun Insur
ance Company, of London, Cash assets
f IO.L'iU, ).!) . t. I'j. Donaldson, Agent,
Oregon City, Or.
The Troy Steiini Liinnilrj
Have built tip a good trade in Oregon
City on the merits of their work which
is giving general satisfaction. Give
them a trial. They pay express charges
both ways and give you Portland prices.
OK Kit' It AT
F. A. Wnildocks, P. 0. Hiill(lliiff.
Laundry loft at the olllco on Tuusduy
will bo roturnud on Saturday.
The sun of the anglomaniac is setting
in English society, and the lords and
ladles of Belgravia and Mayfairno lonuer
exhibit Americana as curiosities in their
drawing-rooms. But, instead, notable
Americans are received as honored
guests and are evon proving themselves
the most delightful of bouts. Such
Americans or Cuptain Muhan and Ad
miral Erben, of tho United States cruiser
Chicago who, "Cockaigne" explains in
a long letter to the Argonaut of July Dth,
are just now tho lions of London socioty,
honored alike it. cltihsand drawing-rooms,
among nion and women.
Bl.y blualilrd on yon nuiplo pray,
My cimiliiif ctmira you stirprlat.
You cry tlmiil tml fly twity
On w I ina that sllur ta tlmy r1n
Ho hliia tru llny, an akyry rlmr,
Unrqimhil hllaa llivlr liramliia tirlnftl
fur iinw think of una mnal dimr,
WIiiimi nya tr bright aa lilui-lilnl'a wlnsa.
frnin covert srovoa sllilra furtli t trill
(if wild hlnla ulnslns luallly,
Vt whlla 1 Hal my thmikliUi will at I II
Hmk liar who la moat dear to ma.
For, oh, hrr aft and WMithlns vnh
Kouiula mxrrlur thtn II. luaplns throng
Of walrra when aprlns rllln rnjnlr
Ita Diualo malM th llnimt'a fing.
VKtD a botirgauiiMl wkllt birch broad
A aipilrrul aamlsila apry anil flret,
Ulilll, by my rud apanlal awed,
Kht lilkhar mini n I a on haaly fMiti
And aa aha bounda without a fall
from lowar llinla In lllnla alwvt
Ht aulla iiiotl'ina wall rr all
1'ht flaka-Hsht fontfalla of my lorn.
-Maurict W. Cawiy In lViaton Pilot
Advln Kroin a King,
Eabari'ga, the m-gro king of Unyoro,
In Central Africa, Is a man who rules his
subject with a rod of iron. Like all ty
rants, ho regulates their siuallcst actions,
and a host of spies inform him of any
disobedience to Ids commands.
Among other things, he has made a
fixed turilT of prices for everything
bought or sold in his country, and every
deviation from it Is severely punished.
An installed of this is given by Vita Has
san lu his book about Kiuiu I'usha and
the Equatorial Province.
About a month after Hassan's arrival
in Unyoro ha bought a fowl and paid 'M
cowries for it, w hihi thu market price
was only 2i. In that part of Africa t
tn kit ahout 'i'M cowriet to muko l.
Stxm afterward a dragoman of the king
apH'urod and brought buck 5 cowries,
with the message:
"A fowl cosls only V cowries, while
you hove given 30. The seller has done
wrong, and the king will punish him,
but he sends to you the advice to be care
ful henceforth in your purchases never
to give for anything more than it is
worth, first of all in your own interest,
and next to thin in order not to disturb
the market." Youth's Companion.
An Inlrrratlng rrxllnamcnt.
i A man who lives in a flat near Central
! park recently hud a peculiar experience.
A couple of (icttf mutes rented an apart
ment underneath hi own and were
blessed in due season by the arrival of a
bouncing baby with an excellent pair of
lungs. At night the little one woke up
nearly the entire house by its cries, but
through all of it the parents slept uutil
the tenant above, at the solicitation of
his wife, went down stairs and fairly
forced an entrance. The deaf and dumb
couple resort to many ingenious devices
to overcome the disadvantages under
which they labor. They are unable to
hear their doorbell, so they have ar
ranged a piece of colored paper upon
the gong in such a way that the paper
flutters when the bell rings. By keep
ing watchful eye on the bell they are
able to receive their visitors promptly,
but their inventive genius has not as yet
devised a scheme to indicate the baby's
distress at night. New Y'ork Mail and
Mra. Ifomney'a Water Cooler.
The Colorado journalist, Mrs. Rom
ncy, bus patented, among severul other
articles, a water oiolor which does not
require ice. It is a covered receptacle,
of cellular brickware, manufactured of
clay, sawdust and aslawtus fiber. In
the process tho sawdust is burned out,
leaving the product cellular, or porous.
The receptacle, with the water to lie
kept cool within, stands in a tray of
galvanized Iron, which holds water to a
depth of two or three inches. By reuson
of the porosity of the cooler and the force
of capillary attraction, the water in
the tray constantly rises through the
oellular walls of the receptacle, and is
as constantly evaporated thereby keep
ing thu water inside as cool as it is usu
ally drawn from a well or spring. Den
The Kniperor and the I'lrate.
Alexander the Great was about to pass
sentence of death on a noted pirate, but
previously asked him, "Why dost thou
trouble the seas?'
"Why," rejoined the rover boldly,
"dost thou trouble the whole world? I,
with one ship, go in quest of solitary ad
venture and am therefore called pirate.
Thou, with a great army, warrest against
nations and therefore art called em
peror. Sir, there is no differeuco bo
twixt us but in the name and means of
Alexander, so fur from being dis
pleased with the freedom of the culprit,
was so impressed with the force of his
appeal that lie dismissed him unpun
ished. Suit's Journal.
New York Womeu ODIclala.
Eighty-five women were nominated
for school commissioner in the lutecun
viibs in Now York and four were elect
ed. Tho Republicans nominated eight,
tho Democrats 30, the Prohibitionists
42, tho People's Party 43 and the Po
litical Equality party 1. The list of
women commissioners is iucreused by
ouo over lust year.
Tho French have long been famous for
their riddles, but it was an English fam
ily who lived in such an atmosphere of
puzzledom that on the husband inquir
ing in excited accents of his wife, "Why
is thnt door always left open?" she took
on a reflective air, und aftur a moment's
mnsing answered, "I give it op."
A yonng man advertised for a wife.and
bis sister answered the advertisement;
and the young man thinks there is no
buln Ivertisements, and the old peo
ple 1 is pretty hard to have two
It i mi old bachelor who said that
lie never rend the women's corner in his
paper, although lie was something of a
women scoruer himself.
No representation of the face of a muu
was ever stamped on a coin nntil after
the death of Alexander the Great,, wh
was regard. .1 as a divinity.
IHAL F.MTA1F. 1 JUNMr F.ltS. )
FiirnUhed V.wj Wet k by Ilic ( ma
in an A list i act sml Irutt ((niipany.
Uoo C F.tv to Allen Frost lot 4 and I
5 in Ifeckart's nd I tifr-n ''i'y $2f(0
J F Officii) to li. I!. Scrambling 100
acres in Win Olliii ld I) L C No
42, t 4 n.rl e
T M Cross to K Henke M ocres in
see 31 1 1 s, r 4 e
W P and W N C'hllcoto to T M Cross
land in turn 32 1 1 S, r 3 e
A Hummer to L and Rosa Rosenthal
78 0!) acres In sec 17 t 2 s, a 2 e
R A and W A Deardoff lo Tfilla K
Hatch, lot 7 in blk 0 Pleasant
Place ad to Oiegon City
Tom P Randall to K P KUiotlot 18
blk 3 Mount l'lea-ant ad to Ore
R Hunnuls to A L Thompson 40
acies in sec 32. t 1 s. r 2 c
Having purchased the copyright of
Thome's Titiu Ahntrsct Indexes giving
us sole rikdit to use them in Clackamas
county, ami the slistr.ict hooks compiled
and formerly owned by Thorno & hon.
we uie prepared to furnish complete
and accurate abstracts of title and to
correct or extend old abstracts We
solicit your patronage, und vuaranlett
first cla-s Hoik. Ollii e over Huntley's
Clackamas Abstiiact A Tai st Co.
Mi ck holders .Meeting.
Notice, is hereby iven thut the annual
meeting of the stis kliolilers of the Oie
gon City Manufacturing Co., will Iss
held at the office of the company in Ore
gon City. Saturday, July 14th S'4, at
10 o'clock A. M. of said day tor the pur
ine of electing directors of the corpora
tion to serve for tho ensuing year, and
fur the transaction of suvh other busines
as may coniu before the said meeting
i. II. Jacoiis, Secretary.
Oregon City, dr., June 1, 1S!4.
The finest and svieetest butler in the
market is the product of the Vancouver
Creamery. Fur sale by
K. V.. Williams, The Grocer,
Stute and County warrants of Oregon
ami Washington bought by James E.
Davis & Co., 247 Stark street, Portland,
Have you swn those beautiful Indigo,
011 red and liiht prints, outing flannels,
sutteens and trimmings just received
from Chicago at the Red Front Stores
away below any prices quoted in Clacka
mas county before.
A dollar saved it equal to two dollars
earned. Pay up your subsciption to the
Entkkphihk and get the the benefit of
the reduction in price.
Wedding; stationery, tli latest styles
and finest assortment ever brjnght to
Oregon City at the Entkhprisk office.
A child can do as well as you.
We try to tle
YOUT serve your every
Money J-'ooJ will and con
We charge you
40 cents for a 40
not 75 cents.
We try to keep
in stock every
thing that can be
found in a first
class drug store
Huntley's Drug Store,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Can be purchased at almost
any kind of a store except
ing perhaps a hardware store.
Rut do you think that the
general store, bazaar store or
the druggist knows much
or style of stationery? Or
that he handles enough to
have always fresh, new stock,
purchased in the quantity
that will enable him to sell
it at the right
If you have been thinking so
it will pay you to examine
the quality and price at
Huntley's Book Store,
Would be pleased to see his friends
and patrons in his new
Third and Morrison Streets,
Over Golden Rule Bazaar.
COl'KTY TREASURER'S NOTICE.
1 have now tn my hands lumls applicable to
the payment ot all warrant' endorsed prior to
May 17, 1WI Inlet cat will reaae from date
ot thia notice. 8. B. CAI.IFP,
Dated Oregon City, June 7, 1S'.U.
Nothing sets off a women as well as a dressy
cape. Are all the go now and the finest selec
tion in Oregon City can he found at
THOS. CHARMAN & SON.
For bu miner wear they have a very com
plete line of
All the latest styles and weights. To he sold
at prices lower than ever offered in this city.
THOS. OHARMAN & SON,
Who have just received a new invoice, alo 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. 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 CHAGE.
tar LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Jacob Kober, Proprietor.
directly and Indirectly, by people who cannot do their own fltrurlog, write their own
letters, or keep their own txsjks; and who do not know when business and legal papers
which they mutt handle every duy are made out correctly. XV All tbeae things, and
much more, we teach !?iinniM.
Hundreds of our graduates are In good positions, and there will be openings for
hundreds more when times Improve. Xoie U the time to prcpure for them. Besides, a
busiuess education Is worth ail it costs,i)r one's own tw. Send for our catalogue, to
learn what and hate we tench. Mailed free to any address.
Portland Business College,
A. P. Armatrong, Prln. Portland, OtegOn. J. A. Wa.co, Secretary.
Is the only high-class political and literary weekly published on the
Pacific coast. Thousands of single-stamped copies of it pass through
the post office every week, remailed by subscribers to their friends.
It has a larger circulation than any paper on the Pacific coast, except
three San Francisco dailies. It goes into all the well to do families of
the Pacific coast. Over 18,000 circulation. Argonaut building, 21$
Grant Avenue, San Francisco.
GENERAL - HARDWARE
Stoves and Tinware.
FULL LINE OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
TINWORS .A. SPECIALTY.
Corner Fourth and J Streets, - - East Portland, Oregon.
flAVIS THE PAINTER.
House and Sign Painting.
Good Workmen and
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
For Wall Paper. Matting, Linoleum, Window Shades and house
Decorations see him. Best stock in the city. Portland prices.
Store Next Door To Albright's Meat Market.
QIRIEQ-QIET CITY, OREGOlsr.
Oregon City Enterprise
$1.50 Per Year in Advance.
the Best of Paints.