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About Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1894)
Major I). (J. Hlinriimii of Hulcui wu In
llwulty un Hliirliiyon Ii'kuI IhihJuoh,
Mm, II. 8, I'.t'loiny luia Imwi vlailiiiK
(ili'inlM In Ntimly ttml rclurm'il un Tuite
iluy. Attorney (Ii'IkthI Cliiiinliurliiln wrh In
tlm city fur a lm lionrn tli luat. of tlm
Win. Jtorlnu hiiiI wlfo with In llio city
un Mmiility tlm KiinNtH o( Mm, J, V,
II. WHIktii, tliu wnllkiiow tniir
clutiit, of Kittle Cri ck vun In tlio city on
Mlsa Mmnlo ('Intrninn nitnrnoil Vel
noailiiy evening (ruin plmiaaut outing
kt I.oiiu llciu ll, ' '
Mm, M.J. Wood of Kant I'ortluiiil
cniuii up tlm II rut of (hi) week to vInII
Mm. A. II. Moore,
I. . A. Jin-knot), llio well kuown (lni(
glut of Onwi'tto, u In tint city on IiiihI-
tlUM (lie 111 Hi of till) Bl'l'k.
Mian JciiiiIh Kuweit retiirnml frum
Nuwortoii HitUinlity til w ultiinliiiK
tint 1 imt 1 1 mi o tlm piiht wink.
II. K. H tn It li nml wife wlio Imvo limm
"iiju) Imk oct'iin lircri H hI Long Hciu li
rutiiriied WitiuHtuy cvciiIiik.
MIm JctiiiWt (irity of I'ortluml mul Minn
I'.tlii'l W'ur.l nre aatiatiiiK l'oHliiiuHlcr
Circuit In iliftrlltiitiiiK tlm mull.
Mm. I'', It, Andrew mul cliililrcn in
v tuml K')iiii to Salmon Itlvi-r tlm IuhI of
lliu week on A cunipiiK xinlitinn.
Scunliir J. K. Wcttihcrlonl ol Allimiy
win in tlm city r'ti'liiy un ttormy in n
litwetiil M'iuliiiK In tli county court,
Mr. Jui k ilcrinnii mul wifamul MIkh
lUtiiti (iunkcll of l'ortluiiil mo viititnitf
Ht tlm lioiiin of I.wi Funk l Itocllitiid.
Mm. J. II. Vitlkr mul cliit.lron rnl
Ml I'lirtu 1'ii.licr of (,'urvullln llitclul jjn
liiK to Willioil irlnnn on Friilny for mi
(ico. KricHiin formerly nwlili'iit of
thii county (ml who now liven nt Turiicr
wan In the city on Thurmluy iitorriinti
mllliiM on (ilcixla.
Mm, E. M. I.utourctte who wan re
tvntly ijiiitu 111 I him ho fur rccovcrol n
to be utile to vu tlm l weve- in
iVrtlmul tlm .neat of her old friciul,
Mm. l.loitt. Klml.ftll.
A. V . Cooke mul wife of Pmniwciit rc
ttirimil luat Sitturly from t trip through
I ho tatorn part ol the (title where Mnt.
Cooko him relative. They x.nl cumo
Uiue vinitiuK In Iitfur.
Mi Klnley Mitchell of (iurvrtit, cmue
up from rmtlmxl one of thoe hot day
the Irtfl of the week lo Ket wty from
the woltvrlng heat of the city till the
ivvnliit IikIii cume along.
Mr. mul Mm Mux 1'ierter went lo
IVinilee on Wlnelu to viall o.
filcnihi front Mttino whom they hml not
Keen (or h loti) time. Only recently did
limy Iciiiu Ihnt they wcro living Itt I'uu-l-e.
(In TneaiUy II. II. Itlnnkiimliip Marte.l
for Colorado Sprinu w ith hin daughter,
Sunle, wIiohh heulth hiin Ih-cii very poor
of littu. Il In hin intention to try Colo
rado Spring II ml, then if necennnry he
lie may try ikhiio other locnlity.,
I'rof. Cioo. It. Iiinn nI wife who
Imvo been tcHchiii in the Antuloe
m'tiooU thr piiNt year are veiling in thii
city for week or two, Ilothhave Iwn
re-cnKi;ed to tcuvh nine inontln of next
year IM-Kiniiing in September at fll') per
Mine Molliti HolineH it'turned Wed lies
day evening from a pleanant aojoiirn at
Mm. W. H. (.mld'a cottaitu, The Wil
' lown, at Ixng lieach. It will be remem'
In-led thitl he had been very ill with
fever jimi prior to her departure. Her
friei'dn are plmtreil to note a great Im
provement in her heulth.
II. K. Sweet, lately of Fon du Lac,
Wiacotmin, and a graduate of the Madl
mm law achool, ban lately lo'Ated in this
city for the purnoao of practicing law.
Mr. Sweet io a young man of pleoxitnt
addieHR and comcN to thin city well rec
coiiiinended as to ability and integrity.
We are glad to welcome him as one of un.
MiMHAnnaM. Morrill, who lias been
aHHlHtunt pnntiiiaHter in thin city since
April, 1H!H, has miido a fuitbful and elll
cient olllccr, and we iMdinve the people
of thin coin Hi unity would have been
plciiHcd If she could liavo been retainuiU
Shu left for St. Helens Wednesday and
1 will at once enter upon her new duties
in the poHtolllce and Mr. liilmad'B More.
The AugtiNt Midland (Pes Moines) pre
sents still more reading mutter and still
inoro variety I Its panes are lengthened
and widened and two columns, take the
place 61 a single column, Profuse Illus
trations adorn the pages, Including por
traits of new Midland contributors (a
regular feature now). The new gnn-boat
Kricson, built at riibuiU, is pictured
and described. Col. Keutley vividly
pictures life in Ahmka. ' Hon. Ren Clay
ton tells of the Qon-partlKan national
farmer's organisation of which lie is
president. Mrs. Cady tells a romatic
story of old mission life in California.
Director Sago, of the weather Bervice,
siK'akB out about "Huin-niaking." A
Dublin sketch by Mrs. Ashby, a hunter's
.sketch by Judge Davis, a sketch of boy
hood life by Miss McHenry.otherstories.
Home Themes by Mrs. Smith, child
poetry' minimer poetry, ft teacher's in
stitute poem (humorous; by Kmmo
Kggleson, talks about new books, edi
torial, etc., these comprise some of the
Midland's lieat-disHilling August Attractions.
CoTTKiirai,, Aug, II. The school plcnlo
at Handy win a K'aiiil tun eim. I.l?.le Ch-K-K''lt
anil Amy Hleplimm iirioiiiaiil''il Mr.
Hleplieim, Curl Klllolt, llornee l.nke and
Floyd lllllyiird or Powell Valley alluiiiliul,
Merry plckum are plenllliil tliroiigh the
Hllllniaii mid Clma, Amlrewi, who rildi
In lli now hurg of CutliTi'll, liavs npeund
an accoiiiiiioilailon llnti lur th (raveling
pulillu. Tliry alwny) liwil lennn ami glv
accoiiiuiuilutloui In all who cull, ,
Mr. I tii ker luni Ida nlgii out lliut lis alno
liai accoiniiioiliitlont for (he traveling pub
lic. (lie Mlckelnou, our aiiti'rprlnlng citlien,
hut oirculaiRil a niliscrlplloii for volunteer
wtn k on the county ruail Ivuding from
Hnnily thnitlijli Cotterell to rieamint Home.
HlKy llm linil tlm paper, oin lilt-
eml uiil giving ten iliiyn pui h. Tlmt is a
gnot inovs. V will have good road if all
rt'KlilmiU will ilo HkeH liii,
Mr. Wuifiier h iiiit Milling wwing lua
cliinm and tetllod down lo tunning.
The (I. A. It, i'oal will liav a ru union at
I'lesNaiit llnmr In their grove at Stephens
I'liue. AILwilillem and tlitdr lainlllet and
frlemla nr Invited lo attend, itefre-lnnenln
will he on thi)Kriiiind-liiit dmi'l forget your
IrnakeU ol iHliea,
John llruilley, of (Irruoii City, panned
IhroiiKh llila aeclloii un Suiiiluy l'Jl.
I'uul lliiiin la out alimliiiig tha grain
wild hin M'l.ihnler,
No rreta werf niado llieilny of (lm pic
nic nt huinly, Tlieic w na nntldng to get
ilruiik on, nnly tlm wlilrlluig that Wan ei
iii there. ICi M,rt nay that 111 owner made
l.'oprr lionr. Kiirely Imrd timra are not
vllne in ( In. knniuN,
lluliy Hume ill.irii all the luilx-n on
liiuinl the grand old lihrrty wagon, drawn
In mx lior-in, and altvniled tlm pn iiic. It
wna lnuutllully itreornted with tlK and
liuntliii! and iireneiited a lint S aram a.
Joel Jurl had a coiiitniiiiieutlnn Iroin the
poKt otllce i.artinen( atntlng ha had belter
have lninsM'u a rt tturtniK ilnt iimtead of
I'leitKaot lliiiii. Wlieri iiHui Mr. Jurl had
to Mind In a new tilloii aiklii( the depart
tnriil lo K'aiil tli mnil lo be cuirled Iroin
1'lra-anl Hume. No doiiht the reipienl will
he ijranled a an ollii e in Hint place i badly
rirtrif water fpray.
Si'MISowatiiii. Aug. 7. The mi kleor renp
I i K lunik la laid auay a a relic of the pant,
and the trrnhi-craille It Iiiiiik up to rent. Hut
the binder nnmt tou It drawn liom ita hid
IiiK .Iai lulu the llf Ida ol Koldrii grain lo
b cut by Ha ii kle and taken into ita Iron
e nitirac and em Ircied by the liny nianllla
whii li liolda it In bondlva of love until it is
We hail a little ahower on the evening of
the Mil which waa needed.
Jlha Klm Miner and alater, of Portland,
are enduiK a few weeka with their grand
oireiila, Mr, and Mra. I, W. Lacry.
Mr. Doren mid lainily ol Turner are v lad
ing Willi their nleee, Mra. Alma llowdiati,
of lliia vicinity.
Mia Minnie Snyder ia Tnding tliii
week In Ciirrlnavlllo.
The Sprlrgwa'er nine lujed (lie I-aeeya
a very Iuterenllng piuue nl Ui-e pall on (be
Mil. The I. airy boy a won the gutii and
luok the but add bull.
S. J. Weal la building a new dwelling
lor J. If. Itowlnriuel.
W, II. Candle la bullilli K a new granary.
Some Taper Facta.
Weuie apt to look upon the paper
mills of this city as coiiftitnting inior
taut factors in the machinery which snp-
plien II, .a country with material for the
printing of the daily and weekly papers
und for the numerous other puriMweg fur
whiih imiw.'r is uhciI, While they are
an eHneniiul factor to this city as a wae
paver they n'ally constitute but very
small proportion of the puar producers
ol tins country. I lie nulls licrc produce
hut a few tons tier day while the daily
output ol news-print paimrs In the
Cnited States is about M) to 15(H) tons.
Jiint think of I "5 to lot) carloHtla of news-
paKir mentally devoured each day in
tins country, The production of news
print in lurtrcr than unv other trade
That of book paper Is probably as much
as KXK) tons ami of writing 7f0 tons each
Tfie grosa daily caiacity of tle par
nuns oi mo i imeu rune in oprranon
during WJ-M for all kinds and grades
of miM'r was estimated at about 1(1. OH)
toiin. Of this amount nearly L'ftOO tons
represented news piint and book paper
1 K.)tonn wrapping paar, and almost
'JI(K) tons of the various other kinds and
I ho states whirl! rank ttrst In the pro
duction of piixr are New Yoik, Muine,
Massachusetts, Wisconsin, I'ennsyl-
vsnia, Ohio and Illinois. From these
seven states come nearly three-fourths
of the entire paper supply ol the country.
Hy tar the irroater puil ol tlio vast output
is consumed in the United States, the
greatest paper-using country in the
Lauit Tariff Mawi.
Ciih auo, Atnr. 8. The I'ost's Wash-
inuton special savs tlm tarilf conferi'ees
have sgreed. J his snnouncemvnt was
made nt 3 o'chM'k. The nirrvement is in
formal, and is by the democratic mem
bers only. The republican inciiilmrs
have been notified to attend a meeting
tomorrow, lhe basis of the agreement
is the sumir schedule agreed to last Fri
day, 40 cents ml valorem, with 1-5 of 1
cunt differential on refined sugar. Iron
ore Is free and coal 40 cents a ton, with a
reciprocity clause. Tlio agreement will,
it is said by the democratic comerrees,
be satisfactory to all the 43 democratic
senators. If so, the formal report may
be expected tomorrow, or tlio next day
nt the latent, and the piONident's expecta
tion of having an opportunity to sign the
bill this week maybe realized, though
it Is doubtful, as the clianue tn the sen
ate bill oilers reason tor debute, and It is
believed that t he repnbheams will take
advantage of it. The Cleveland men
claim they have won. The Ciorman
people say It is a compromiso.
4 hnccesKrul Worker.
Work cannot be successfully con
tinued unless there Is nn active mental
interest in it. If the mind is not clear,
bright and buoyant, then the work is
drudgery and tlio worker is a machine'
An occasional doso of Moore's Revealed
Remedy will put the body and mind in
such harmony that the hardest tasks
will see in play.
an-l . inc.
LEAD THE WOULD
Cash or Installment,
Liirgest strick of soliil and cuMhion
tire wheels on tho coast from
10 to ;!).
Give u a cull Wfore buying,
331 Wellington St., Portland, Or.
A. W. SOHWAN,
Manufacturer of all kirtds of
Tin, Secet Iron nnd
Metal Hoofing, Soutiiig, Fur
nace Work, Plumbing &
Shop near Southern Facific Depot.
STR. SARAH DIXON,
. OKO. M SlIAVElt, Master,
Will leave Portland foot of Mad
ison Btrwt Monday, Wednesdays
and r rtdays, at b o clock A. M. for
Clatskanie & Way Landings.
Returning tho steamer will pass
Oak point at 4:1.); Kainer, b:u(;
Kalanm, (i:45; St. Helens, 8:00 A.
M., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Tho company reserves tho right
to change time without notice.
For freight or passenper rates
apply to dock clerk at Portland, foot
ashmgton ht.,or on boa rd steamer.
Thi8 is the nearest ami most di
rect route to tho Nehalem valley.
River Route, via.
Joseph Kellogg Trans. Co.
STU. JOSEPH KELLOGG loaves
Kelso Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, at G 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 rivor points, returning the
This is the only direct route to
reach all Cowlitz river points.
WM. R. 1I0LMAN, Agent.
Taylor Street Dock, Portland, Or.
TUAUTIN ORANGE, NO. Ill, P. ol II.
Mr-eta Inxt Saturday ol each month at tholr
ball In Wllxnnvllla. K. B. Hknry,
Mm Bkua Shakp, Scc'y. Maatcr.
OKEOON CITY IIOSR CO.. Vo
RcKiilar inocilliiK third TtiosiUy o( each
mnnlh at 7:80 P. M J. D Kkmnkb Pres.
U.S. Stbanui, So. S, NcrzurtR, F'rm.
a A Vtm
HOMES66KE R S-
For the next 60 Days $5 down and $5 per month
without interest will secure one of those
beautiful lots in
B O L T O N -K-
Firnt cotno, first choice. For further particulars call
W. H. BURGHARDT.
Drain - Tile.
V . '
I Tiling is of the Vst qual
ity and sold at prices to
SUIT THE - TIMES.
Yard and mill four miles east
of Hubbard, Oregon.
No. 270, Morrison Street,
IS STILL ON EAUTH.
For general repairing he stands
without a eer. For Unit-class, re
liable goods his store u second to
none. Trv him I
W. H.COOKE, Manager,
Corner Fourth and Main Streets,
The LEADING LIVERY STABLE
of the City. Kis o( any description
fuminhed on short notice.
ABSOLUTELY PORE DRUGS
CK A. HARDING.
OOMPtTENT PHARMACISTS EMPLOYED
Flue PerrumsrlES aal Tailet Articles.
Alao a lull atock ot
PAINTS- OlXiS ETC.
Candy -:- Factory
High Grade French and Home
Made Candies, Ice Cream and
Families, Parties and Sociables
Supplied with Ice Cream in
any quantity; rates reasonable.
Try Our Ice Cream Soda.
Tropical Fruits and Nuts.
Main Street, opp. Commercial bank
H. S. Cram, Manager.
Oregon City Dye Works
Cleaning and Repairing
n it . i t . l c -it l I
uenuenien s iiais uyeu weanea.
Ladies' Work a Specialty
Shawls, Cloaki and Dreaaea Riven aa good
an appearance aa new.
Feathers, Gloves, Etc.,
Cleaned, and given any ahade doalred.
First Class Work. Lowest Rates.
WILSON, WELSH & CO.,
Foot of Fifth St., Oregon City, Or.
THE BON TON.
Main Street, near Fifth.
A strictly first class resort conduct
ed under American principles.
All the Best Brands of Cigars.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA KOUTE
0UTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Express Trains leave Portland Daily.
6 Mt r. ai. I L Portland Ar
7 lllr.ll. Lt Oroiit;Uy Lr
10: fA.u. I Ar H. KraiirlMio I.r
7 OU T. .
UININO CAKS OS OOIiKN KOL'TE
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Second-Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all through Irulua
KOHKBCRO MAIL (Pally)
4 )k. n. I
:il A. M.
h 'M t. M. 1
Orfi ut'lly Lt
! 7 mu.
Went Side Uivmion.
BETWEEN PORTLAND AXI) CORV'ALLIS.
Mall Train, Daily (Eicept SuridaT.)
Tlio ri i. Pur t faliid Ar 1 bX, r.M
'i hr. m. I Ar forvallla Lt I.vht.m
At Albany anil "orvallla enntiect wltb traina
ol OrK"i and Pacific liailroad.
Expreaa Train Hailr (Except Sunday)
: Or. kt. I
7;2.'ir. M. I
I 8 .,. U
TO ALL POINTS IX THK
EASTERN STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE
Can be obtained at loweat ratea from L B
Moore, Agent, Oreiron City.
R.KOEII LF.K, E. P. ROGERS,
Manaxer. Aat't O. F. and Paaa. Aient
Salt Lake, Denver
Omaha, Kansas City
Chicago, St. Louis,
1 DAYS TO
the Quicket to Chicago
and the East.
Quicker to Omaha
and Kansas City.
PULLMAN & TOURIST SLEEP
ERS, FREE RECLINING Chair
Cars, Dining Cars.
For rates and general informa
tion call on or address,
W. II. IIURLBURT, Asst. Genl.
Pass. Agt., 254 Washington St., cor.
Third, l'ortland. Or.
Oregon Pacific Railroad
CHAS. CLARK, Receiver
n- it- n i j- i i
l)irP(t. I ,lnf .1 Jlllplr Hicnatnh
how freight rate between ll
laniette Valley points and San
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
Steamship " HOMER."
This Company reserves the
right to change sailing date with
For freight and passenger rates
apply to any agent.
CHAS CLARK, Receiver.
Chas. J. Hendrys, Son & Co.,
Nos. 2, 8, Market St., S. F.
lm$kf and Epfe,
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE.
Is prepared to make photographs
of all kinds promptly
FIRST CLASS STYLE
Babies' and Children's Pictures
Call and examine his work
At the Old New York Gallery
Second door north of Hardina'a
Drug Store, Oregon City.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
LOCATED BETWEEN THE BRIDGE A'D
Double and Single Rigs, and sad
dle hors; always on hand at the
lowest prices. A corrall connected
with the barn for loose stock.
Information rirar!in(r anv kimi or
ntock promptly aMervled to by pernor) 'A
horses Bought and Sold.
All kinds of Truck and Ielivery l'.iwi
nfHtt promptly attended to.
Horeg Boarded and Fed on reason
Friend of Woman.
The very rf-markable ad certain tllef (tlven
wnmankinil lj "M'xire'a kt-ve.lcl K.T.inif
haa won fur it lhe name ot Woman'a Friend
It is uniformly aucceaalul Id rclleiliij their
Staudn ixwrlma aa the natural remedy pecularljr
adaptl to the waata of womniikind.
WHAT ONE LADY SAYS:
Skattlb. Jao. JO, 1WL
"I want yon to pnbliah my testimonial for
MooKt'a H cvbalkd Kkxkdy, for tt haa been
Krand thlnz for me. for it haa cured me ol head
a.'hea, from which I have auffered whenever I
became chilled, for the laat fifteen yeara; 1 hnv
auffered perfect torture fortwenty fourhoura at
time.aometimea retchlna f.r three houra with
out aivy ret and nnat!e u- iret help from any of
the numberless remedies triel. Sow 1 am free
from this aurterinir. for atlhe first symptom of
one of these attacks I lake a rrood d.e ef
' Moore'a Kevealed, " and that la the end of It.
It has also cured me of coi atipation. Mv hus
band aya it haa arel hin life, and he would not
be without it. We are liolh so happy over it we
cannot aay enough in .la favor, ami adviaeaiL
our friends to use It."
MH3. JAMES CLEASON.
Cor. 12th and Jackson Sis., Seattle, W.ish.
fFor aale by all d rutgists.
is the advocate of the use of elec
tricity as a means of domestic
lighting, cooking knd heating; for
commercial and domestic power
purposes, for street cars, mininer,
canal boats and the running of all
kinds of machinery, both light and
heavy. The probability is that
1894 will produce
in the field of electricity, and ewy
intelligent person should
Read Electric Power,
and keep posted; Subscription $2 a
year. Every subscriber is entitled
to a special discount on books pur
3G Cortlandt St., New York City.
p If you are interested jn
f Advertising i
you ought to be a sub- $
p scriber ot Printers' Ink: 4
a journal for advertisers.
Printer Tnlr "3
is issued weekly and is
filled with contributions
and helpful suggestions
from the brightest minds
in the advertising busi
ness. Printers' Ink 1
' costs only two dollars a
year. A sample copy will
be sent on receipt of five
10 Sppus St., - tMeui York ' 4
Opp. Huntley's Drug Store,
All Kinds of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry Repaired
FORTY YEARSlAPERlENXE IN
Great Britain and America.
Give me atrial.
IWKCDY J v t'a
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