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Oregon City Enterprise.
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A Ciiumkkdaiii.k WmiK. Kraliiinu
the need ii a I'lililic uliriii trmiuli on
Mol.lla avenue) over width vfi'al nuiii
mt of team mna eui'h day to and from
tliiat'ily, Mr. Frol Kly, llta miririKiti(
liii'irliunt of Kly aililllioii to On'ijoii
City, liili-il by a niiiiilivr u( ulliu ir
Ittxl liiln'im, rvrvnlly put In a l'Ki
walcrliiK trouuli at Hit) juni'tioii o( Mo
lalla avmiiiu Willi tlivoKI Molulla load.
Water ia Uiilii.il by the wmitu lir
(rout th alunil iw at tliu watvr main,
tiTininalinu at tliat K.lnl Tlilt atr
ntlmrwlMi woulil liavo kuiio to waato ami
Mr. My la to bn cmiiui'iiili"! (or bin
huiimnlly in I'rovliliiiK a ilrlnkiiiK olme
fur tliu tiri'il, tbimty borwoa lio ilnlly
ri'fn'Hli tliciiiM'lvnn at tlio tnnili. Tim
only oilier itibllc watering trough in at
CiMikn'a iliilili'it ami tlio nocil ol moru la
Hcrlo'.uly felt by the farmera anil othera
w ho I'oina by team to Oieumi City. It
would he to the itnin of Ori'uon City i(
thu cily romirll, or tli Ixuiril of lrul
woulil Iihvb uterin troti;lia put in on
all the iiinin thoroiiKMiiri'a leinlinii to
tlio city. The iront wmilil I hi but nom
inal ami It ia nireaniiy that houlii
not be uVHrl.Kikt'cl,
A Ilu-Yi'i.K KrSAW.w. l.Ht Punilav,
hi a couple of wliei'lini'ii from l'ort Uiml
went coming arrow Iho HiinjxuiHuut
briiliie, one o thuin lunl a runaway that
roHiilteil iliHiiHturoua to bin wliwl ami
CMinu near wrioimly injuring biuiHelf. It
lieani Unit Iiih wheel bin) no brake on
hikI a tlm briile luia a heavy fm, .1
fact ho eviilently iliil not know an tlio
uratle in very di'Tiliv(i to the eye, he (rot
Uiuler Hiirli lie.nlwiiy that whnii be
rearheil the Main ulroct end of the
bridn ho wuh Koing at a 2 : 15 Hjieed and
(IiihIumI ai:roHH the ntreet like u lyclone.
Ho undeavored to head biiUHell down
the atreet hut landed auiilnnt the curb in
front of Neldon'n itun "tore, utterly ilemol.
billing 1ih cycle and aemlinu; hiinnelf
aprawling ritohh the Hiilc walk." Other
than aeverul neve re hr'iiNea hu wan not
aerioiwly hurt, but the front wheel of
lila machine wan no I'ln-i t uiilly ttround
up that it bore no icm'inhlmice to ita
former "elf Thin Iohhuh w ill doubt leaa
tench him to either liuvo a brake put on
bin iimcliine or to carry n level and
triiiimttouivotho iiruili'nlicforelie iIhhIicm
dow n tliein.
Somutiiino Nkw in Watkiu'owkii.
To W. J. Kviuih w ho operate a hIiiiiIo
mill on Hiiektmr creek, ten inilea cnHt of
tbiM city, belongs the dinlinction ofdo
veloping a water poiver on the plan
ndoptud at Niara 1'uIIh. Ilia Hteiiui
power prnyiint too expeiiHivu, be de
cided to put in wnterpower and to that
end adopted the plan to make u water
fall where none exited and whereadam
was not pructicuble. Ilucknor creek, on
which hit) mill Ih located, baa ample
water and at IiIh place hua a sharp de
cent over a acrioa of rapids. To Ket suf
ficient bead for bia water wheel, he em
ployed a couple of expert WoIhIi coal
miners who drove a tunnel from the
lower end of the rapida up to thu mill and
then sunk a vertical shult to connect
w ith the tunnel in which tlio wheel is
placed. liy this meaiiB Mr. Evans has
aecured a fall of 00 feet which tgives him
ample power for his mill. The tunnel
was comparatively eimy to open, for the
formation through which it waB cut is a
soakstone and gave very little trouble, to
To Odm ('nHHKHroNiiKMTfi. Several of
lint Kntkiii'Iiihk correxpi n li-nt m have
Ihii'ii tnkliiK a rent of linn. Now tlnil
the buay mmihhi la over ami long
evening: me at bund Hie Knikiii'Iiink
uaka thai iU newa-gatheriTN take tjie
limn to rend In, the new if
their locality, In tlila coiiiiectioii the
Knti'iii'iiink drain, to thiuik It K corpa
ofrnrrcNpoinlciilM for i.belr ellii'lnrit woik
during the pant year In getting up 'lie
netta of the county and In proved that It
can hoant of a corpa of fifty-two correa
inditiila wliuae eipiul o rimtling newa
Kiillierera and wrltmsare not found on
any county paper In the ntute. To the
rnnigy and kmhI will of our correHpon
dents the Kntkhciuhk owes in a great
meuHiirn ita auireaa In being able to
give so complete a aynopalu of the news
of Cliirkatnu" county each wwk as It
does. The ptililialicr of the Kkthiu'IHhk
hojies In (bo no dintciit future to have a
grand reunion of all of Ita correHxnd
eiilslnthe county when be tniM that
be will be able to hIiow in a suliHtantial
manner bis appreciation of their elhYI
rut work as reHirter.
Ciukiik im tiu City HorNDAity
t'niler the new law reiiiring the acbool
dihlrlrt boumlitry to cotiforui lo that of
the cily in towns of over 4,HX) popula
tion It will nerexHitate a change In the
Oreitun City iNiunduries in older to allow
all tliu children now in thu city dintiii t
Id attend Hchool without paying tuition.
The ai'Ctiiili of the school district alU'i ted
lies to the cm! of the city and baa some
eight or ten families who will be cut oil'
Irtiiil the Oregon City school dintrlct so
soon is the state cciimik In taken next
Hpriim. It is itiiponsiblu for tbeiw pimple
lo send to any other school If they were
to diapnw.nl, but they prefer tlio ad
vantages of our city schools urn! are
an lm to Ihh.uiiiu of apart of Oregon
City so as not to looim their school
privileges. It is iinHirtaut that this
mutter Im attended U at the coming art
rion of the legialatiiru and the boundary
to extruded a to tuktt in all who desire
the benefit of Oregon City's excellent
Hiiikwalk NkKiiKu The neixl of a
connecting sidewalk between the north
and loiith psrtof the middle section of
the city is most urgent. A it now Is
all that purl of Oregon City lying; tie
tween thu blnll'tn l J. (J. Adiims street
Is without a sidewalk running north and
south. T' e abAence of these sidewalks
is esMcially bard on the school children
who live in thu south part of the city, for
all winter long they are compelled to
wade through the mud and slush four
times a day to and from school. As
children' shoes are always thin and
light and many do not wear rubber, the
Isnger to their health is very great. On
Waaliington, Jertcrson and Madison
streets thu sidewalk now extend to
within from a block to a block and a half
of the sidewalk connecting with
Kleveuth street. Thu exKnse of making
the needed connection would be very
i mull on the proHiity holder and the
city, and the council should see that it
is attended to without delay.
Khi it Ohowkhs to Mxt President
J. Cuto, of tl e Clackamas County Hor
ticultural Society, bus issued a call for
thu regular quarterly meeting of the
association, to be held in this city on
Tuesday, October 0. It is desired that a
full attendance of the member lie
had, at com-idcruhle business is to come
before the society, among which is the
election of olhcers for the ensuing year.
It is cxicctcd to have some of the load
ing fruit-men of the state prenent to as
sist in the program. The meeting will
bn well worth uttending by all who are
interested in fruit growing. While fruit
ruining now is lather discouraging, owing
to the prevailing hard times, this will not
always be thu condition, and the man
that plants an oirhard now will reap the
harvest In thu primarily that is to come
within the next few years.
Haii.hoaiikiim IIavk a Kkht. From
Station Agent Moore it i learned that
the Southern 1'acitlc railroad ia now
bandlimr only about half a doren car
lo.nl of wheat a iluy on this division.
This Is in sharp contrast to what the
company did in former year. Hereto
fore the company during wheat shipping
season bad to run extra trains and work
their men night mid day, but now the
local train is able to handle all the wheat
oltcred for shipment. The cause of all
this is the extremely low pi ice wheat is
now selling for and farmer us w ell as
dealers do not care lo sell. As a con
sequence the railroad hoys are enjoying
a "Cleveland rent" and now put in their
time spinning yarns and telling how
many miles run they used lo make in
twenty-four hours in the halcyon davs
Tiik CiiAi'TAi'Qt'AN Mkkt. The meet
ing held Tuesday evening at the home
of Mrs. C. II. Dye for the purpose of or
ganising a Chautauqua Circle for the
coming year was very well attended.
Much interest was manifested and the
outlook for a large circle I assured, and
it may be necessary to diyido the class
Into two circles. It is important for all
who desire to join the circle to he present
at Mrs. Dye's next Monday evening
at 8 o'clock, when the election of olllcers
will take place ayd also to be ablu to
commence the dillerent branches of study
with the class.
Wedding stationery, the latest style
and lineal assortment ever brought to
Oregon Ct,ty at the Entkki'Kihk oilice.
A Deserving Iimtllutlmi.
The Oregon City Hospital at ilad
stoiiu Turk is finding Mends in the good
ieople f Oregon Citv in its needs while
uettiug fully established. Recently a
friend of tliu Institution contributed a
fine reclining chair and several other
convenience have been donated by kind
friends. Of fruits and flowei the
hiiapitul acknowledges several generous
gift and both tlio ladies in charge and
the patients greatly appreciate such
favor and feel under obligations lo the
Uonoi. In this line the Kntkhi'iuki
would suggest with no intention of
niuking the hospital people fuel an
though they were in need ot charity,
that our farmer who have an abundance
of fruit and much of which they are com
pelled to let go to wnsle owing to there
being no sale, could put it to good use
by sending lo the bospitul where it
could be prepared In various way fur
delicacies for thu patients. Flower
are also very acceptable gifts, lor with
them the rooms can lie mode cheerful
and home-like for those who are com
pellcd to remuln In bed and to whom
time hangs heavily.
Thu Columbia conference of the M. K.
church smith will convene in this city
Wednesday, October :id, and continue in
session over t the following Monday.
It should have hem held on August IMHh
but was Hintponed owing to the sickness
of Bishop Fitgerald. The session will
I hi held in thu M. K. church, Iiev.
Nykes and his congregation kindly giving
the use ot their building, the South peo
ple a yet having no building of their
own. About thiity-flve delegate will
be in attendance ln-sides a large number
of laymen and visitors. In addition to
liishop Fitzgeruld several other dieting
uishud men of the chinch willbepics
ent among whom will be Dr. I'avid
Morton, church extension agent, of
ljtiisville, Ky.. and Itev. U. I. Wilson,
editor of the I'acilic Methodist, of fiun
Francisco. It i the intention of the Ore
gon City people to make the visit of their
guest a pleasant as possible and to
Ibis end Hev. Molloy ask that the
ommittee on entertainment Bee that all
arrangement are fully made.
A Close Cull.
Last Monday night fire broke out in
the bock of the 1'ortland realaurant.
owned by Lawrence Hiiconicb. Shortly
after the sound of the fire alarm the
members of the tire department arrived
and a usual they soon bad the flames
under control. The kitchen and con
tent were entirely consumed but the
damage to the main building was mostly
by water. Mr. Itiiconich estimates bia
loss at about (500 w ith an insurance of
about f 1000, but the adjuster had not
as yet arrived and until be does Mr.
Kuconich will not make any -reparation
toward opening bis door for busi
ness but expects to be able to get
straightened out about the first of the
week. The origin of the fire is unknown
but is supposed lo have started from a
defective flue. The proprietor feels
gruteful to the lirenion for their good
work in extinnuiNbing the flumes and
thug saving him a greater loss.
Oregon ( It j's Local Trade.
The stationery business of Oregon City
waa formerly almost exclusively con
trolled by Portland, but of late very
litllo of the trade is drawn away from
our city. A an evidence of the growth
of the local trade W. A. Huntley, of the
Oregon City Hook Store, in placing an
order in the Fast for goods included the
one item of 50,000 envelopes, this being
but for one grade of several be ordered
in thu envelope line. Such order a
this siK'ak well for tho future commer
cial growth of Oregon City and show
that outside competition can tie met and
ill fact lias been met in several lines
carried by our merchants to such an ex
tent that the local market is fully con
trolled. A llargulo.
A country borne of three and one-half
acre for sale containing good house
and stable, orchard, Johnson Creek run
ning through the place. Can be bought
for fiilHl. Half cash, balance one yeai's
time. Come early and secure a gord
little home in a quiet little country place.
Address, Ikvks Stki'iikns,
Pleasant home, Oregon.
For a ( obi Winter.
The largest invoice of beating stcves
ever brought to Oregon City has just
been brought in by Wilson A CooKe.
Every design, size, shape and price re
quired in the heating of a house from
bed room to parlor. All stoves gun run
teed and prices to meet all competition.
Mid. Wire mid urse.
Mrs. Augusta Young, mid-wife and
nurse of eight years experence, and who
can furnish tho best of references, will
attend all calls to any part of the city or
vicinity. Residence adjoining the
Seventh street Bakery, Oregon City, tf
Hop Gnuvers' Save Money
and trouble by insuring your hop and
hop buildings at the leading insurance
agency of tho city. Will give you 25 per
cent discount on the rates of last year.
Several of the best American and En
glish companies represented.
F. E. Donaldson, Agent.
Blank note, receipt and order books
at the Entkhi'hihk olhce.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World' Fair HI. heat Medal and Diploma.
V II 1 Ma..
Dyeing of ev
tion. 1)2 J Cth St.,
E. 8. Dlackwell & Co., Prs.
AIXTKD WITH MAS
ury'n paint would look as
good an new and wear
well we guarantee the wear-
A. ing quality every time, and
tho price is low lower than
first-clasH paint has ever been
Hold for here leforo.
Come in and get a color
card and let u figure the
probable cout for you for one
or two tout work.
C. G. HUNTLEY,
COURSE FOR '94-'95.
The (Jrnwih of the Emllah Nation, (lllila-lri.-,l).
Katlierlue Cumau, Prof. UlaUiry
lu W elli-tiey CoUt-gv, tl 00
Europe In 111" Nineteenth Century, (lllm
trai'll. II. P. Jiidaon. Prof. Political
Bdriew, l ulveraily nt C'tiieaifo II 0(1
r"rm Chaucer to Trnnyaoo. (Portrait).
II. A. Hcera. Prof KuidUh Lit., Vale Uni
versity, .... 1 00
KiMialmanr-e and Modern Art, (lllmtrated).
W. II. Oorxlyear, lecturer lo Brooklyn
Iiutllute. II 00
Walk and Tlka In the Geological Plrld,
lllluiiratel). A. W lnehell. late Prol. Ueol
xy, lulvvralry ul Miclnifau ....II 00
TheChaiitauiiian, 12 numbera, 12 00
It would be advlulile lo leave your order for
tKMika now, and liiaure your aet belnir on hand
for you iiromptly. We will cherrlully furulab
auy lufurniRilou regaidlug tbe cuurae at
Huntley's Book Store.
Would be pleased to see hia friends
and patrons in his new
Third and Morrison Streets,
Over Golden Rule Bazaar.
fherliri Notir. of Bale on Eieentlon.
In the Circuit of the Btate of Oregon for the
Couuty of Claekamai.
E. T. HnliMte. plRliitlfT. v. I. 8. MulUn aud
Amelia Minlau, defendants.
Btate ot Oregon. County of Clackamu, .
Notice la hereby given, that by virtue of an
execution aud onlerofaalelaauedoutof the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon for the county
of Clackamaa. bearing date the 27th day of Au
gust, 14, in a tult wherein E. T. Iloleate la
plaintiff and I. 8. Miillan and Amelia MulUn
are defendant, corainaudlug me. lu the nam
of the Hiate of Oregon, that out of the real es
tate hereinafter deaciibed, to realize a turn atif
AiMent to antlafy the demanila of Mid decree, to
wit: .',21' together with Interest on the aiue
(mm the d day of March. WH, nt the rate of
Id oer cent., per annum, ana the further aura of
122.7.1 cunts, and the further sum of 75 00 attor
ney fees, and also the coats of and attending
Now. therefore, In obedlenc to itich decree.
I did duly levy upon, and will, on Saturday the
.nil day of September, 1MSI4. at tbe hour of one
o'clock p m. of said any, at the front door of
the court house In said couuty, offer for aale at
public auction, aud sell to the highest and best
bidder, for cash in hand, all the right, title and
Interest the sniil defendant Amelia C. Multan
has in ami to the following described real pi op
en v. to w it:
Heing pirt of the Hector Campbell P. L, c. In
said county of Clackamaa. ami commencing al
a poiiiton north boundary line of said claim
No. 41 In T. 1 S. K 2 f, of V. M. 7.7S chains
from N' K. corner of said claim; running thence
south 16 chains to middle of Johnson Creek:
thence westerly following the meander of said
crees lo cast line of land formerly owned by J
K. Walt: thence north along said west line 1&.2A
ohains to north boundary of said claim: thenca
east lcti chain to the place of beginning, con
taining acres, more or leaa.
Iiated this 27th day of August. A. D. 1S94.
E. C. MAUDOCK, Sheriff
of Clackamas county, atate of Oregon,
hy N. M. MooiiY, Deputy. e-Sl ir-is.
Astounding in its Efforts in the cure of
Ivlieunintimn, Asthma, Malaria, Bli
HoiiKiipfis or any other disease arising
from di-runged Liver, Stomach or Kid
neysIt drives all impurities from the
Mr ChA A. Rnssol, who In favorably known
throughout the Northwest lay:
"For fifteen year I waa a constant sufferer
with asthma without any relief, except that ob
tained by oonstant change of locality, Two
years ago I tried Mookk's Kkvealko Kkmkdy
and the benefit received from it were the most
gratifying. It gave me relief from theflrstaud
prevented the terrible distress peculiar to the
disease that made life almost unbearable. Any
one who has ever had asthma can understand
the gratitude I feel toward this remedy. Be
lieving it has added pleasant year to my life
I have not hesituted to recommend It to all like
auflerera, aud alway with the same happy re
sult." .To be had ot all druggists, or tetil to
Siitw at-Hulmi8 Dklu Co . Seattle, Wash,
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RTEVV GOODS ARRIVED...,
SMITH AND ANGELS CELEBRATED
J'llack and Tan Hose for Ladies and
Children; all sizes; guaranteed fast col
ors and will not crock. Also complete line of
Qae Dou175 5orsts.
The best fitting corset in the market. For
I'oys and Children we have a new stock of
stilish suits for fall and winter. Caps for
Men, Ladies, Misses, Boys and Children
all shapes and styles. Call and see ua before
purchasing, as we have the goods and prices to
suit the times. Just received this week a full
Henderson Little Red School House Shoes,
Every pair wai ranted. Itemernber,
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.
3r LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOK THE HOLIDAYS.
Jacob Kober, Proprietor.
directly and Indirectly, by people who cannot do their own figuring, writ their own
letter, or keep their own books; and who do not know when business and legal papers
which they mut handle every day are made out correctly. tWAIl tbeae things, and
much more, we teach thoruughly.
Hundred of our graduate are In good position, and there will be openings for .
hundred more when times Improve. .Vow Is the time to prepare for them. Besides, a
business education Is worth all It eiista, or nn' oarii use. Send for our catalogue, to
learn what and flow we tench. Mailed f rve to any address.
Portland Business College,
A. P. Armstrong, Prln. Portland, Oregon, j. . Wesco, 8cretary.
Is the only high-class political and literary weekly published on tha
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 1S,000 circulation. Argonaut building, 213
Grant AvenVie, San Francisco.
Stoves and Tinware.
FULL LINE OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
tiitwor,z -a. specialty.
Corner Fourth aud J Streets, -
FOR ASTORIA-FAST TIME.
Steam V Telephone
Leaves foot of Alder st., Portland.
Leaves Portland daily, except Sunday, 7 A. M.
Leaves Astoria daily, except Sunday,' 7 P. M.
Tug Ilwaco from Ilwaco connects at Astoria with Telephoneevery
night, for Portland. Tickets of all other lines good on Telephone'.
- East Portland'Oregon.