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FRIDAY, AUtilMT 111, 1HIM.
ClncUnmna Co. Diroctory.
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I'Iiink liitx Ihmiii rvillici'il lo $l,ftll pur year;
briiit (or mIx iiiiihiIih. CiinIi In ml-
hick, HuliHcrllii'm pitylnif at tint ml (if
yiar will not ln willtlil lo till rie
tliii'lioii. Tim low prim lit tnit'lo to K"t
tin lint on a ciinIi IhmIn Hint linliit'H nil
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pri'Vxiit ilciiil ln'iilH from taklnu lliu
paper ami not payiiiK (or It by rcuiton of
tlii'ir U'iliK Ihw proof. Itwliin'il prim
will only coinininri with ilutonf renewal,
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cut pitper In t'lui ldiiiiiin ('(Miiily i'IkIiI
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lUrvtmt la In yuiwn.
1 want a li'W kimmI lartn loiim.
V, II. IIi mihuki.t,
Kmacmk'h IK.miai iik CAm'i.mt War
ranted. County court la In amnion with plufity
of bintliiMMi to i'iiiyt ItH attention.
Now U thn tlini to yet uno (if tliont
choice lu(j in llolton. TiTiim arc eaity.
TeelliliiK bahlea and feverlali children
iiiil Ktcr'luian'a HoothliiK 1'owdera.
If your wati'h or clock, need repairing
take them to Iliunit'lhUir A Amlruiteii.
Tlicy guarantee all their work.
Mux I'lerter, lila aon Una ami Hurt
.Mrii'klin returned (lit Aral of tha week
from a finding' dip up tint .MoUlla.
There U not on the market any prop
erty ao attractive a holton thai oilers
audi lliiluceiiielita to purchanem.
We carry the heat lino of confection
4ry, fruit ami nula in the city.
K. K. William, The Grocer.
Cuttrell la tin name of a new poMo.llce
w hlch haa lieen tmtahlinhud In the uorth
rn part ol the county near I'uwella Vl
ley. You will soon winh to ri'paier your
liouae or anveral of the rooiua. K. L
lloluian haa jimt put in a fine annortiucnl
of nrw atylim.
The new paper mill luting erected by
the Willamette 1'ulp A Pacr company
la (klx'.'-J.') fuet, ami I being punlied
v A numeroualy signed petition hat gone
th Wahington to have the Mink pout
olllco re-Vktahliahed with U. A. Schue
liel aa eimaatir.
llolton, one of the delightful auburbi
of thia city, which will interval you if
you are thinking of building, la adver
tlmxl in thia ixauu.
For the correct time, a clone shave,
and a towel with every ahave with no
aiiicll ol the Mongolian about it, call at
K. N. Will it now ready for business
again. Photographic tent located at
corner of Center and Kmlth at reel a, on
hill. Flrat claaa 75 centfl er ilorcn.
Mr. W. II. Wood wont to Cotuatock
Saturday to join her huahand, who la
employed by the Iiavia-Ainhler-Merrill
Mill Company. 8he expecta to itay up
there till achool coiiiiiiuncea here.
Iturmelater A Andreaen carry In atock
the lareat line of Itoer'a alWerware in
the county embracing Hpoom, furka,
knivea, tea acta, hcrry diahef, butter
diahea, pickel diahea, cake buaketa and
Mra. K. F.. Wade, recently from Knox
villi, TeimcxHee, Iihh moyed into one of
II. S. Itellomy'H cotlagea on the weat
aide where ahe will live for time. If
elie like thia place ahe will build a num
ber of cottuKcs heraelf.
Any lionuNt lady wiahing to mnke 15
pur week quietly at her own home, nd
dreai with atuiiipcd envelope, Netta L.
Willard, Lo Angeles Call. Tlnn otTor
la bonaflde. Work ready to aund at
once. Steady poaitlon.
There will a nutting lawn aociul ut tliu
reaidence of Mra. C, 0. T. Wllluma on
Fridtty evening, under the auapicea of
the ISaptiat Young People's Society . All
are Invited. AdmiHulaon free. Ice
cream and cake ten cents.
A pleasant party wa given by Mian
Itertba Ilunaen at the home of her
parents In Mink laat Friday evening, the
occasion lieing her l()th birthday. Dan
cihg, social intercourse and abundant
and choice refreshments mado the occa
sion an enjoyable one.
On Sunday evening S. It. Green's
commission as postmaster arrived and
on Tuesday morning before ofllce hours
lie took possession. K. M. KiiihIh, the
retiring ostinaHter, was appointed on
the Dth of February, 1 Sill , so lacked a
little oyer six months of serving bis
time out when he was removed.
Horseshoeing is a trude not picked up
by every worker In iron it 1ms become
a science. Try a professional shoer
and see bow much better the shoes will
stay on your horse, also how much
better he will travel. See Maple A Hay,
opposite Fopo's hardware store. Gen
eral blucksniithlng done.
TfiitF.K I'll iso r;its VMvxvun.
Dug Tin lr Wny Out Tlirninch the (ll
I ig lulu the (fecorilcr's Ofllce.
Last Sunday evening considerable con
atJ-i liul ion wna ex perlonced atthe aherlffa
nlllce when it was discovered that three
prlaloners had broken out of Jull and
made a aucceaafnl escape. These were
Al Nitiiina, Morton (irecii and Moit.
MdwiinU. Three other had refused
to leave ullhough they bail only to crawl
through the hole by which the other
had gained lilierty.
On Sunday I'etur Nchren, who live
in the liukcnimit of the court house, went
to I'ortliuid lo vialt aotne friend", ao that
there waa no one In the court houae at
the lime. An examination of the prem
Im ahowed that a heavy weight waa
obtained from the closet which tiiey
took to the top of the steel cells from
which they could reach the ceiling alsive.
Using the weight a a ham ner they
drove the boards of)' the fl'Xir and were
soon ready to climb out, which they lost
no time In doing. They found t Ik-mi-
mdvi In the recorder's olllce from which
there wna no dillleiilly In gaining liberty.
When I he discovery wa made that the
prisoner were gone it wa about ft
o'elix k anil It wa thought that they lmd
aliout three hour the start. Sherifr Mud
dock at once orgaiiUeil puraiiit parties
and used every endenvor to catch them,
hut ao fur without aucces.
Following I a diaciiption of the men
for the apprehension and return of whom
there I ollered a reward of f-'H):
Al. Names, agn 111 year; dark com
plexion; black uiuaiache; blind in left
eye; eye-ball entirely gone with llda
closed ; ha dent In forehead over right
eye with powder uiaik. Wanted for
Morton (ireuu, age about 'JO yeur ; tall
and tlim; light complexion; hua navy
(due sack suit, with white dlilrt and
black derby hat ; cointres shorn. Wanted
Mortimore Kd wards, about 17 year of
age; abort and stout; dark complexion ;
,haktruw bat or red cap; heavy plow
alloc or Hrharii canva shoe Wanted
A MlgM Fire.
Alsmt 1 o'chxk on Monday morninit
when the people of thin coiumuiiily were
enjoying their pnifoundeat bIiiiiiIrts, the
clanging of tlm flrelicll canned many of
them to spring from their beds and to
hurry to the corner of Sixth and Main
streets where I lie small building adja
cent to tha Oriental hotel were found to
be on fire. The fire companies were on
the ground In time to urevent the fl lines
from consuming the buildings, one ol
which wa occupied by Herman Salow
aa a boot and shoe shop and the other
by a barber shop. At the tiino Salow
and Mat toon were asleep In the shoe
shop and although the smoke was dense
therein they bad lo be aroused Irom a
heavy slumber. It i likely that they
would have lieen overjHiwered by the
smoke if somo one had not awakened
Both building were damaged by the
fire and water to the extent of water per
hup a couple of hundred dollar. H.
C. Steven and B. .luggar are the owner
and carried no insurance. Herman
Bulow was insured in the Aetna for two
hundred dollar. Moat of his stock was
spoiled by fire and water. The next
morning after the fire II. C Stevens had
men at work clearing out the debris and
repairing the damage.
A to the cause of the tiro there is no
doubt hut what it was set between
the buildings. The first person to see
the blane and give the alarm was C. T.
Hickman, the night watchman, at the
IuiMriul Mills. He ban turned out f'om
the upcr mill on to Main street to go to
the brick mill when be saw a small
hinge perhaps not larger than a lantern.
At first bo could not tell what it was,
yet Its strangeness attracted his atten
tion. Hurrying down the street and
watching it he became convinced when
near the corner of Third street that it
was a building afire and be rushed across
to tho Cataract building and rang the
alarm. He had rung perhaps twenty
strokes when be li3ard some one down
the street in tho vicinity of the bluxe sing
These Hunt to Teach.
On Wednesday Superintendent Gibson
began the regular quarterly examination
of applicants for teachers's certificates,
there being fifty-two applicants for
county certificates and several for state
certificates. Those writing for county
certificates are, Huttie Cochrane, Mary
Guttcridgo, Ada Mclaughlin. Hester
Kusk, Mary K. Talbcrt, Katie M. Storts,
Delia Fryrear, Bade II. Chase, V. E.
Kow ton, Lewis Thomas, P. L. Coleman,
Chas. Elrey, Cbas. M. Crittenden, Roy
Graves, C. W. Stephens, Arthur Holden
M. L. Bray ton, Ara McLaughlin, Albert
FrankliotiHcr, George Harrington, F. L.
Skirvln, J. II. Imol, E. M. Hard, Stella
Sumner, Ilattie L. Sweet, T. J. Allen.
J. G. Hadley, S. L. Fruitier, Kachol
Koynolds, Lizzie Gilbert, Ilattie E.Mon
roe. Matilda Kned, Olive A. Lewelling,
Emma Sturcbler, Minnie Joehnke, Lizzie
Englo, Annie Mumpowor, Anna Dolan,
Nellie Younger, Etta McMurry, Mary
Gliormley, Katie Dolan, Louise Kinnaird
Anna Kead, Jewell Murk, Girtie Nefzuor,
Mabel Hanegan, Kuby Sjiencer, Matie
Godfrey, Minnie Walker, Maggie Stout
and Ada Kandall.
Married, at the residence of the bride'
parent on the We-tt Side, August 5, lH!it
Itev Oilman Puiker olliclutlng, Charles
K. Fiigeund Mis Ella Davis. After a
sumptions dinner tint happy couple went
at once to their home on Eighth street,
which the bildegrooiii bad all fitted up
for housekeeping. Mr. Fugo Is one of
our worthy and industrious young men
ami Mra. Fuge I a conaisU-iit memlsir
of the Baptist church of this city. The
Entkiii'Msk lubes tliem bappines arid
success in life.
What are you Intending to do next
Sunday? Why go with the railroad con-
(i lie tors tin their excursion tu Silverton
of course. They aie going to have danc-
IriK and all kind of u-nmcs in the grove
nenr. The train will pas Oregon City
going at nine o'clock in the morning
and return about seven in the evening.
Tint fulr for t he roun j tilp is only one
dollar for adults and for children
fifty eent. Ticket for sale by L. H.
Moore at the depot.
M. L. Johnson, of Clackamas, wa in
town the other day getting a supply of
tiiiM-s to tint In additional drying facili-
tie in his fruit cvaKirutor. He says
that they have seventeen acre of prunes
mostly s'tite, which aro a good crop
this season when most other kind have
failed. HI experience with prune i
decidedly In favor of using aleatn lor
Jrying as it 1 safe and gives better
prune than direct beat.
The corres,xmdcnu of the Argonaut
of August fith present a usual the topics
of the hour in 1-ondoii and New York.
The first lelhir I alsjut the new Lord
Chief-Justice of England, Sir Charles
Itussell, and contains much interesting
Information about legal method in Great
Britain; and the second I devoted to the
summer diversions of the fashionable
element in the American metropolis.
J. A. Cox of Canby was in on Satur
day with his threshing engine which he
had at the Oregon City Iron Work for
a thorough overhauling prior to starling
u)ii the season's threshing. In bring
ing it down the Singer hill be broke it
o that it had to be left there the greater
part of one day while the break wa be
ing repaired. He expect to start bis
machine early next week.
Fred and George Ely have made an
exchange of property by w hich Fred ac
quire nearly all of George's Interest in
this county In exchange 'for California
pioxrty. It i George' intention to go
Ui California to live about the 20th of
The statement in last week's paper
that E. A. Smith was the only one from
this place to climb Mt Hood was based
on the list published in the Oregoniun.
F. E. Donaldson informs u that be
stood on top of the mountain at the same
lime and found it uncomfortably cold.
J. A. Confer, who tor some time .past
ha been running a camp on tho Willam
ette opposite New Era for the purpose
of getting out piling for Portland parties.
has sold the business to Haviland &
ItusHcll, who will continue the industry.
C. C, Williams was the tirst farmer on
the bill to thresh bis grain, wh'ch was
clone last Wednesday morning In the
afternoon bis neighbor'A. S. Lawton bad
the machine busy at bis place.
On Wednesday evening there was a
Secial meeting of Willamette Falls
camp of Woodmen at which besides
transacting business of importance seven
new memWs were initiated.
Thursday's Statesman says that 0. P.
Miller, the efficient and accommodating
clerk of the course for the 1894 state fair
race meeting, wa no from Oregon City
yesterday on state fair business.
Hop Tickets. -
2,ri0teckets 1.00; 500 for 11.35; 1000
for 2.00 Send to the Oregon City En
tkki'kimk for bop tickets. Printed on
tough check with growers name on.
Orders promptly filled and sent post
paid to any point.
Before going to the coast you should
call at the Bower of Beauty Massage
parlors, room 7, Electric hotel and ex
amine the fine lot of toilet goods, also
electric steamers for salve at reasonable
prices. No family can afford to be with
out one of these valuable articles.
Your physician indorses them. All
hospitals and sanitarians use them.
Water Consumers Attention!
Persons allowing water to waste or run
all day or all night are violating the rules
of this board and will be dealt with ac
cordingly. Section 18 of the rules and
regulations provides ; that consumers can
only use water for irrigation or sprink
ling lawns between the hours of 5 and 0
A.M. and Sand 9 P.M.
By order of the Board of Water Com
Alleghany, Pa., March 10, 1801.
Mr. Norman Licuty, Des Moines, la.
Dear Sir: I find Krause's Headache
Capsules a ready seller, and can say from
personal experience that they are a good
thing, as the other night they cured me
of a bad attack of neuralgia in about one
hour, when usually it lusts a day or so.
C. W. Smart.
For sale by Cbarmnn A Co's. City
Drug Store, Oregon City, Or.
For good sausage of all kinds call at
the City View market, foot of Seventh
street. Flinn i Sciiultz.
W00BMF.1 OK THE WOttMl.
Hererelirn Cnmji Will Visit Oregon
City .Next iuexlay Krenlng.
The Sovereign camp of the Pacific
Jurisdiction of the Woodmen of the
Worm will hold It" biennial session in
Portland, tx-guiniiig August 14. All
the subordinate lodge of Oregon, Wash
ington, California, Coloiado, Wyoming,
I lull, Arizona and Montana will lie
rcpteseiiied. The membership of the
Pacific coast jurisdiction is aliout 12,0(X)
and the representation at the camp will
be about 200. Besides these, twice
many others, ladies and friend, will tie
in attendance. All the lodges in the
Willamette valley, a well a Portland
are expected to turn out in full force.
It is the intention of the Portland
cominiilee on arrangements to have the
delegates and oilier Portland member
of the Older who wish to, come to this
cily by boat on Tuenday evening, and
besides meeting the sovereign camp
Willamette Falls camp will make the
occasion a sort of first annual anniver
sary of its organization. It was the in
tenlion of the local ramp to have had
si-'-!! exerciws on or aliout the Pttb
which is the first anniversary of the or
ganization of the camp, but w hen it was
learned that the Portland committee
wished to have the members of the sov
ereign camp come to Oregon City the
plan was changed and it was decided to
have the one meeting include both.
As the visitors have expressed a wish
to apend a part of the evening dancing
in a pavilion in the open air it was de
cided by the committee here to secure
Falls City park for the occasion, which
through the courtesy of Mr. Giebiscb
was done without expense. The plan is
for the l'x-al camp members to meet
with their families at their ball at eight
o'clock then march to the boat to meet
the visitors and witness the illumina
tion of the falls, after which the Sover
eign camp and visiting members will be
escorted to the park where brief ad
dresses will lie made by local represen
tatives and visiting neighbors, after
which a pleasant social donee will be en
joyed by those who take pleasure in
tripping the light fantastic. An orches
tra of fourteen pieces will accompany
the visitors and furnish music at the
pavilion. A pleasant time is anticipated.
Met ice to Contractor.
Sealed bid will be received up 1
o'clock p. in., Aug. 15, 1814. by school
lioard of dist, No. 67, Marion county,
for thn erection and completion of school
building A copy of the plans and spec
ifications may be seen at the store of
Yandeleur A Bents, Butteville, also at
the office of Chas, BurgrafT, architect,
Salem, The right to reject any or all
bids is reserved. " A. TT. Conk,
Ladies, do you know Dr. Mary H.
Stanton's Femaline, the Famous Female
HjKM-ific, will cure all those aches and
pains peculiar to yon, and will cost you
only $1 (or one month's treatment? I will
send any lady a trial box, free, who will
send me the names and addresses of ten
ladies who are in delicate health. Agents
wanted everywhere. Write for full par
ticulars to Mr. L. M. Little, manager
wholesale western deiwt, Houlton, Ore
gon. The old veteran, Captain Bundy, has
his new boat house all fitted up in run
ing order and is now prepared to furnish
at all time the finest line of pleasure
boats to be found in the state. Prices
reasonable and the best of treatment ac
corded a!! patrons. Foot of II th street.
Screen Door. Flies have already
made their appearance and to most
en dually protect yourself against these,
you should fit- your bouse with
strong screen doors which the Oregon
City Sash A Door Factory makes.
Hard times Prices.
S. F. Scripture has reduced the price
a horse shoeing to f 1.50 per horse until
further notice. All work at bottom
prices. Many vears experience insure
first class work
Did you know that your old hat and
seedy cloths can be made to look as good
as new by the Oregon City Dye works?
You can save one-half the price of a new
suit by renovating your old.
Notice to Taxpayer.
The County Board of Equalization will
meet at the ofllce of the county assessor
at the court house in Oregon City, Clack
amas county. Or., Monday August 27,
1894, and continue in session from day
to day foi one week . J. C. Bradley.
Oregon City. Or., August 1, 1894.
SIXTH YEA It.
Will open Kent ember 41, I'or
iqi Eleventh Street.
Brc'l made with
HA KINO POWDER.
It makes a I'glit live, iweot lost. Dealers Ml
It on the manufaetiirers' juaraiite, CLOSSKT
a UKVtRS, forlituiil, Or.
HAS NO btU'KltlOK IB
MONEY RKFt'XPED BY
IF NOT SATISFACTORY.
Midi ih Portland y
202, 204. 206, 208,
DEHL WITH US.
.'HMnch fancy worsted, per yd 19
:;i)-incli checks, plaids and stripes,
mr yd 25
You will pay 40c to Mc per pair for
this class of goods in other stores.
38 inch all wool ladies' cloth, full line
of colors, per vd 35
.'ilriiieh colored Henrietta, per yd. . . 22
40-inch diagonal serge, per yd 40
40-inch French Henrietta, s;r yd. . . o9
Block and colors.
40-lnch French Henrietta, per yd. . . 89
Black fcnd colors.
In these lost two Henricttacloths we
carry over fifty :iade. They are
of the finest twill, dye, and finish,
and come from the tireat French
manufacturer. The4-in. French
Henrietta is sold by other bouses
for $1.25 per vd.
54 inch all wool striped ladies cloth,
per yd mt
30-inch black goods, per yd 25
50-inch black broadcloth, desirable
for capes, per yd 1 25
Glove Finish cambric, per yd 4
Selisia, heavy twill, per vd 10
Selisia, extra heavy, per yd 12'i
Canvas, black and gray, per yd 14
We carry a full line ol dress furnish
ings such as binding ribbon, dress
stays, dress shields, whalebone,
hooks and eyes, buttons and dress
Write for prices on calicos, ginghams
shirtings, flannels, sheetings, mus
lins, crash, towels and table linens.
Write for prices on lace curtains,
window shades, curtain poles, com
forts, blankets, lied spreads and
bouse furnishing goods.
WRITE FOR SAMPLES.
We will furnish samples of any thing
in the piece goods line from gingham up.
We do ttie millinery business of Port
land and have the correct styles as we
BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES.
Prager Brothers, Proprietors.
DK. E. CJ3RO WN,
EYE AND EAR 8URGEON
Glutei Fitted and Furniihed. 189 First Street,
We sell as
low as we can
We are after
Corner Fifth and
Oregon City, Or.
Notice of Removal.
Mrs. N. Watts-Sladen
Is now doing business in her
new building opposite the
old stand on Main
street where she
the latest and
Assortment of Millinery Goods
At reasonable rnees. bum
mer goods will be sold
At Cost for the Next 30 Days
6 and 8
Ladies' fust black hose, per pair 9
Ladies' fast black hose, seamless, all
size, per pair 10
Ladies' imported fast black hose.
full finish, per pair 25
Ladies' fast black silk plaited hose,
per pair 20
This hose is sold in most places for
75c per pair. They are a great
bargain at our price.
Children's fast black hose, sizes 5 to
9,'. prices 9c, 14c, Itk:, 20c, 25c,
according to quality.
Our 2'x fast black double knee,
donMe heel and toe for boys,
is the best 25c hose made, sizes 5
priors 10c. 15c, 25c, each.
Corsets The W. B. stvie 410, is the
best tl corset in the world.
Black and drab, long waist, sizes 18
to 30, highest award and gold med
al at the world fair, Chicago. We
will mail you a pair on receipt of
tl and 12c extra for postage.
WRITE FOR PRICES ON
Kid gloves, silk gloves,
Ladies' ties and scarfs,
Ladies' and children's
Cotton or wool underwear, ribbed or
Ladies' muslin underwear,
Ladies' black satteen skirts,
LaI ics' wool and twilled skirts,
Ladies' corsets, leading styles,
Ladies' blouse and shirt waist,
Infant's robes, dresses and aprons.
CLOAKS, SUITS AND WRAPS.
Our lines of jackets, cloaks, rapes,
suits, wrappers, etc., are unex
celled; prices always lowest; our
garments are tailor made and per
fect in fit and workmanship.
Mention this Paper when Ordering;
Goods or Samples.
DS D. 8 HTRYKER, PENTI3T. HA8 RE
moved to Odd Fellowi' temple 8. W.Cor. Ut
ud Alder, Portland, Oregwn.
If you do you
will need some o-
the following artif
Potted meats A itame,
Pure de Foia Graa
Bocton baked beans,
We can sell them
University of Oregon.
Next Session begins the 17th of
Tuition, Free. Board, $2.50 a
Five Courses: Classical, Scien
tific, Literary, English and Busi
The Boarding Hall for young
ladies and the Boarding Hall for
young gentlemen will be under the
personal supervision of Mrs. Munra,
a lady of refinement and large ex
perience. For catalogues, address,
J. J. Walton, Secy. Regents.
Duffy & Frost
EXPRESS and TRANSFERING.
Special care in moving Household
Goods and Pianos.
Prompt work and
Leave orders at
BELLOMY & BUSCH'S.