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Oregon City Enterprise.
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irrim Cliy to u-vrr r.rvrk. Mink. Clark.
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at 10 a. in. Momlay .lnn.ly ami Friday
ami rnluiiit uu lulluwliii ilart at i U p. in
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MvaiaHKJi a IiinAri'kARANi K. Cliarllu
Walker, airt-J tSymin, ain ol A. Walker,
tliaapiieuriHl from liia liuine in till" city
ItiMt SiiiuUy ainii) wltit'li tliua nutltinir
liaa broil lieiird of liiin. lie a" (IreHacU
Ina liluu anil ami worn a aol'lieri nip.
He luia littltt Imir ami coniitlexion.
Ilia eyi'a lire a hihIIi til no. Any in
humation t'oiiivrnlim tlui boy will le
lllailly received by liia coi!o. Clmrlle
left Inline Siiiiiluy ndorntxiii to attend a
nieelinu ol tlie ltoya' lliiiulo at the l!a
tint rliiircli aini'o wliicli lime no ono liaa
ut eri liiin. Ilia think tlint ho
may Imvo been inilncetl to aecoinpuny
oini) oilier loy away troin lionio tliuuifli
lie hail no (MvaHlon to do hiicIi ulhiii had
never Intimated a IboiiKlit of anything of
thu kintl. Stibeiiieiit to the putlinn ol
the above in type Wetlneailay the Statpa
umn cmim to hand from whit'h the fol
lowing la taken: "Chin lie Walker, a
liVvearold boy, waa arreated by OIHcer
(iibaon hIhiiU 8 o'cliH'k laat nliclit while
atitiidinK in I'fHrhi.rn'a iMKik atom. Mr.
Iiciiiliorn hitd dift'oveietl that eerlaln ar
tit'lea on the eonnter were iiiiaalng and
UHiiclonii)K thin buy, nolilled the olfin'r
to I like I'liarKO of him. I'l'on arrivinx
at th t'ity jail he win I'lonely qneHtioiUHl
ami he mid that he left Ida home at Ore
gon City Sunday nlht eoininu to Halrm
on the overland train, Ilia brother ia
formed him tliut he miiHt muke hi own
living and that was the reaon for hi
Uking hia departure. Ho aoon awer
tnined that Ihm-o wiw but verv little for
him to do in tliia city ami aa ho milt
have money and food bo reortod to
thitivery. The HrHt petty net he did
wiia to ateal a puir of panto from the
atoretifK. C. f mull and, Undine that
these were several (tinea tix) largo for
liiin, aiioeeeded In trmlliiK 'hem at
JolniNon'a atoro for a amuller pair, lie
took a cheap wateli and two books from
Dearborn's More; the former he traded
to a boy for Momething to out and the
books were exchiimjed ut a aecoiid-hnnd
Htmo for a nati'h chain. " Charlie has
always lived in this city where ho has
iKirne a K"1 repiitution. This act on his
;art probably his first of the kind, will
iwovo a severe blow to his pitrentB who
Hlund well in this community.
Dki.iciohb Chi'stackanb. The Dayton
Herald says that Hsbing for crawfish has
been a profitable employment in Dayton
for sevtral weeks, to those who have
been engaged in tho business. The
ciawflHh appears to bo a favorite dish at
some of the restaurants in Portland, and
other cities and are in good demand. Of
course when the dish is served it la to
those who are able and willing to pay
a big price for it. Notwithstanding the
hard times there appoars to be those
who have money to spend on rare and
high-priced (Imbed for the Indulgence of
their appetites, as an instance: Last
Huturduy an order was Bent here from
Portland for crawfish, and ulso to send
them by team to Portland at expense of
the person who Hontji the order. They
were tuken forthwith to the metropolis.
A NovkIi Wiikki.. A novelty In the
cycling linn' which has been attracting
coiislilinable attention for the past week
la a uiiieycle most Ingeniously contrived
to run along by its own momentum after
it hua Iipi n fairly wet goiinf by the iimii.iI
pcdulling method. A forwitid inclina
tion of the rider' body keeps the wheel
revolving, and it la snid It can be aa
easily mopped by leaning backward.
The same simple law of gravitation
cauaea It to spin iinerrlnlgy round any
curve toward which the rider leans on
either able. The machine ban no "leer
ing gear ami is a.ild to require none be
yond tho tendency given to Ita direction
by the m)so of the rider's body, The
motion la generated aa in a safety bicycle
until iho small Inner wheels set the
outer or travelling wheel spinning. It
does the rest and covers wo much ground
at each revolution as, would enable an
averuue rider to compass a mile well
under two minutes. The Inventor
thinks a record of half that time within
Iho HKsihilitleH with sn expert In the
saddle, and he Is at the present engaged
on improvements which ho claim will
obtain universal recognition for the con
trivance. Turn iii.kki.ihk Wieki) A correo!i(ctit
in tho Statesman complain about a
bothersome weed which is "pleading
over that county and that par gives
the followli'g description: "The weed
complained of Molig to the family of
"SI. John's Wort" or Hypericactao
The family has several memlx-ra, but
tho following answers liiont nearly to
Hid kind which cover the Kola hills:
"Common H. The only one not indige
nous, nut, from Ku , a troublesome
weed III fields, etc., sprcuds by runners
from the base; upright stem branching j
leave oblong or linear-oblong, with
("llucitl doia; flowers ralher large In
oja-n, leufy cymes; thu deep yellow
petal twice the length of Iho lanceo
late acute sepals ; the juice la very acrid."
0. P llcnrdnlcy of Kola says it hit
licoii nutlcral.lt! in those hills the paxt
tlfien years, but it is incteiiMiig rapidly
i of late. The identification of the plant
may enablj some botanical reader
to give a more complete history ami
perhaps Indicate how it may ho de
Jonk (ior.B to Oswkoo. The Oswego
Ironworker of last week say relative to
school nutters in that district. "At a
meeting of the Oswego school tlirectois
on the night of the tlih Thus. Fox was
Appointed janitor at a salary of $15 pet
month. Henry Meltelal secured the
contract to deliver 100 corda of wood at
(1.21 a cord. A pvtition asking for the
reinstatement of Prof. Downs aa prinii
pal, signed Iry a large number of lax-
payers, wus tabled and a protest by
Director Kvans entered Uon the minutes
A letter from Prof. Jones, of Oregon
City, saying he would take the school at
iii't per month for three months provided
they would afti that give him 75 if he
proved satisfactory, was count rued by
Oans and Dyer as on acceptance of tho
board' t.fTer, but Kvans did not con
sider it in that light ami thought the
same oiler whonl 1 bo niatlo to Prof.
IKiwns, but he wasin the minority and
the Jones proposition was accepted.
Will Visit Ohkoon. Assistant Adju-Unt-tieneral
W. N. Morse, of the de
partment of Oregon O. A. K., ha re
ceived a communication from Adjutant
General James F. Meech, stating that
Commander-in-Chief Adam, of the G.
A. K., accompHiiied by three uiemU'rs
of hi staff, will leave Itoston in the
course of a few days for Chicago, Omaha,
Denver, San Krnnoisco and the Grand
Army Association meeting, to lie held
at Santa Monica, Oil., commencing
July 23. After spending day or two at
Snnta Monica, the commander-in-chief
will come directly north, probably to
Portland. The local (1. A. P. veterans
aio arranging to give him a fitting recep
ion on his arrival here and it is hoped
that the post of thra city will be able to
join in and enjoy his visit.
Kkpaiking run Tolkdo. Last week
the steamer Toledo ran afoul of a snag in
ascending the Yamhill and badly in
jured the wheel and hull. It was
thought bv Captain Kxon that the boat
could bo taken to Portland and on
Thursday morning, says the Dayton
Herald, he started for that city on her
regular trio. When the boat reached
the Willamette river it was found im
possible to manutre her. The passengers
were transferred to the steamer Willam
ette Chief, ami the Toledo whs floated
down to Portland. The owner has
hired the K.lwootl, ami will run that
boat on tho route between Dnyton and
Portland until the Toledo has been thor
oughly overhauled and repaired.
At tiik Sil bi.aw. The Florence Went
under the head of "Our Hatchery" says :
"On Tuesday of this week Mr. W. F.
Hubbard, of the Clackamas hatchery
came to this town to muko arrange
ments to place, our hatchery in otu
tion this year. Mr, Hubbard has or
ders from the government authorities to
secure all the salmon possible in this
river, and to that end build all neces
sary racks and other appliances. He
will have the general supervision of the
work here. Mr. Hubbard will proceed
at once to put in the rack to hold the
flsh.as tho Chinook salmon have al
ready put in an appearance in the river.
The latest in visiting cards at the En
tkkphihk Okkick. Prices to suit you.
Pmiixik ok Fiiik Fi.r the second time
since its erection the susM-nsion bridge In
this city was afire. This lime it uccuirnd
Monday when C. A. Miller and N. 0.
Walden discovered it blazing between a
couple of l lie plank of the floor, where
it had doubtless caught from a cigar stub
or from a match carelessly thrown away
by some one lighting hi pipe. A puil
of water brought by K, H. Thorns
"IH'cdily extinguished the small blaze
before any damage was done, 'the fact
that this structure has been allre twice
within the year should lead those who
pas over it to be more careful when
they have occasion to use fire about it.
Took a Tuk!. Wednesday morning
a Henry Harding was about to get into
his delivery wugon to go the overland
with the exprvus pouch, the team started
and ran down the street at a lively rate
and was not stopped until ii;ry had
broken the doubletree ami a spoke of one
of the swill wagons. One of Ihe horses
was a new one and Frank Nehren,
who drives them, had been watching
the team while it stood in front of the
store unhitched, lie thought that Mr.
Harding was near enough to Ihe tea in
to be safe so relaxed bis vigilance and
that moment the team got away.
Fastkhn Stak Ciiaptkk. I'ioneer
Chapter No. 2S, 0. I'.. S. was gnnted a
chatter at the ineeliug of the grand
chapter held at Portland last week anil
will hold their first ineetingHS a rugiilaily
chartered chapter next Tuesday evening
July Mill. Coiisidcrahle htlHincN of
iuiHirtance will lie transacted at this
meeting anil a full attendance is desired.
Iiy order of the W. M
Tiik FiiiM U. P. Thai. The first east
bound train of the Union Pacific to leave
Portland since the freshet started out
Tuesday luoiniug. A traiiHlor sa" made
from Cascades to The Dulii-s by Ixiat.
Schedule time will be made from the
HOW TO SELECT CROCKERY.
Im Valualila Huga-fall'" For Persona
There has recently been a great
chuiige in bedroom washstand appoint
cueuts. The water jug with square
mouth has lieeu replaced by those set in
stand ami requiring merely to be tilt
ed. The patterns of tiie Doulton ware
ecm most attractive. The newest re
ceptacles for tooth and nail brushes are
nprlght jars. There is a decided tend
ency for plain milk white table ware.
It merit li-a in ita strci.gth and in the
fact that it ran hi easily matched. The
(Shropshire variety of this pnre white
wale bits already been seen In the dain
ty covered tea cap and bread and but
ter plate shown for some time past for
Invalid ami bedroom use.
In buying choice wares like the Wor
cester and Crown Derby there is a well
covered stylo that Is deemed most de
sirable, and in case of the latter the
price of a modern service is not beyond
tho reach of the well to do.
How to Malta Cliocolata Merlng-ua.
Use 3 pint of milk, oue-qnarter
of a cako of chocohito grated and wet
In a little cold milk, a cup of sugar,
4 tublespoons of corn starch, a little
butter and Bait and the yolks of 8 eggs.
Flavor with vanilla. Bake half an hour.
Beat the whites of the egga to a stiff
froth. Add a small cup of powdered
sugar. Spread it over the pudding and
color it a light brown.
Ia tha Cellar Clean
A writer in the New York Tribune
cautious inexperienced housekeepers con
cerning the importance of cleanliness in
every department of the house aa a sani
tary necessity. He says:
Many a careful young mother who
guards her little one with the most jeal
ous care, and who oversees every detail
connected with their well being, would
be greatly surprised if she were told that
if she would give less attention to the
nursery and more to the cellar, for in
stance, her children would have fewer
colds and sore throats.
How many of our yonng damee, we
wonder, Tisit dally all the underground
portions of their houses, the dark closets,
the passageways and, above all, the cel
lar? And yet it is just those places that
may affect the air of the whole house.
The plumbing and drainage of the dwell
ing in the basement are of the greatest
importance, and bad air in the cellar
may cause unpleasant throat troubles
during the entire winter. It behooves
every housekeeper, therefore, to see that
the cellar is kept with aa scrupulous care
as the drawing room.
In the first place it should be white
washed every year. Lime in itself ia a
disinfectant, and it makes it much
cleaner and lighter. Any servant can
whitewash with a suituble brush, and
the whitewash itself is easily made iu
the following way: Put 3 quarts of un
slaked lime iu an old tub. Pour a tea
kettleful of boiling water on it and clap
a cover immediately over the tub. When
cold, add enough water to make it of the
consistency of milk, a little bluing and
a handful of salt and beat it well. The
windows in the cellar should be washed
frequently, and on every fine, sunshiny
day let them stand open an hour or so.
The floor, too, must be cleaned two or
three times during the winter, and if th
cement is broken it should be filled in.
A well ventilated, cloan cellar is of the
first importance, and yet it is generally
the last thing considered.
Simple Cora For a Couth.
This old time cure is not to be de
spised because it is simple and within
tho reach of all: Slice three or four
ouions on a shallow plate, pour over
them half a cupful of sugar, cover with
another plate, place on the back of the
Btove and let them simmer until cooked.
Eat the preserved onions instead of sup
per, and repeat next day if the cough is
KerTHre of Ointments for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
the tniicous kurface. Such articles should
never bo used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the dam I
age they will d I ten fold to the good
you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney A Co,, Toledo, 0., contains
no mercury, and is taken Internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and mucous
surface of the system. In buying Hall'
Catarrh Cure botureyou get the genuine.
It is taken i literally, and made in Toledo,
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Testimon
sF".Soid by druggists, price 75c. per
The Troy hUain Laundry
Have built up a good trade in Oregon
City on the merits of their work which
is giving general satisfaction. Give
them a trial. They pay express charge
both ways and give you Portland prices.
F. A. WadduckH, P. 0. liiilhllng.
Laundrv left at the office on Tuesday
will he returned on Saturday.
I have in my hands funds applicable
to the payment of all warrants endorsed
prior to, June 18, W2. Interest will
cease from date of tnis no) ice.
M. L. Moohb Treasurer.
Ohkoon City, July 13, lrt'.M.
Insure in the oldest Fire Insurance
Company in Ihe world, the Sun Insur
ance iiinpany, of London. Cash assets
fl(),2.0,6;. t. K. Donaldson, Agent,
Oregon City, Or.
For Kale, ('heap.
A iiood six-room house, fJOOcash, bal
ance installments. A chance to put your
rent into a home. C. II. Dye.
Kkai sk's Headache Caphcles, unlike
many remedies, are s-rfectly harmless
They contain no injuritus substance,
and will stop any kind of a headache,
will prevent headaches caused by over
indulgence in food or drink late at night.
Price twenty five rents For sale by
Charman & Co , City Drug Store.
State and County warrants of Oregon
and Washiiigton bought by James K.
Davis A Co., 247 Stark street, Portland,
Have you seen those beautiful Indigo,
oil reil and liht prints, outing flannels
satteens and trimmings just received
from Chicago at the Ked Front Stores
away below anv prices quoted in Clacka
mas county before.
A dollar saved is equal to two dollars
earned. Pay up your subsciption to the
Kntkhprisk and get the the benefit of
the reduction in price.
Wedding stationery, the latest styles
and fineat assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at Ihe Knterpkise office.
A child can do as well as you
We try to de
serve your every
good will and con
We charge you
40 cents fur 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.
Uut do you think that the
general store, bazaar store or
the druggist knows much
or stylo 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.
Nothing sots off a women aa well as a dressy
cajH!. Are all the go now and the finest selec
tion in Oregon City can be found at
THOS. CHARMAN & SON.
For summer wear they have a very com
plete line of
All the latest styles and weights. To be sold
at prices lower than ever offered in this city.
THOS. CHARMAN & 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. 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.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Jacob Kober, Proprietor.
directly and Indirectly, bj people who cannot do their own figuring, write their own
letters, or keep thplrown books; and who do not know when business and legal papers
which thojr mutt handle every day ure made out correctly, ty All these things, and
iuucn more, we teach tluminFily.
Hundreds of our graduate are in good positions, and there will be openings for
hundreds more when times Improve. .Yuk Is the time to prepare for them. Besides, a
business education Is wor.h all It ousts, or oik's nun tux. Send for our catalogue, to
learn vhttt and unr wo IimcIi. Mailed free to any address.
Portland Business College,
A. P. Armstrong, Prln. Portland, Orego PI . J. A. Wasco, 8cretary.
Is the only high-class political and literary weekly published on tho
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 18,0 K) circulation. Argonaut building, 213
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.
f)AVIS THE PAINTER.
House and Sign Painting.
Good Workmen and
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
For Wall Paper. Matting, Linoleum, Window Shades and houe
Decorations see him. Best stock in the city. Portland prices.
Store Next Door To Albright's Meat Market.
OREGOIT CITY, OREGON.
Oregon City Enterprise
$1.50 Per Year in Advance.
the Best of Paints.