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SCHEDULES OF TIME
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(irri.in ( lly to llravrr ( 'trrk. Mink. Clark.
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ami return, ou Mlnwltu (lava al 1 115 p. m
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Iraura Orrf'" :ly Momlay M wlnrailay ai4
KrlcUy al I uu P. M., leaving Viola tame 4y
at 1 MO A. M.
FltlUAY, MA ItC 1 1 t, 1HH5.
A NW CoMI'KriToH TO Kl.riTHICITY.
Tim new illumiimliiiK Ka, awlylene, l
ttia l.itN( -i)inx'tilor that rhcuilMiry lm
prcxliircil ll.at lililn Uir to miccf midilly
coui'tr willi elwli li ily iii tlit illitniinn
ting Imfiiun". Thin tii'W proalurl o( llm
electric furno proiuiwa nut only to fur-
lilali tlm I'futof nil iiuHliiiinn lurrnrii'liinii
Cdiuiiioii uait, hnttta whit'h iailiMiU tl.e
Im'hI illiiiiiinitiiiiv Kan known to ilifinihUi,
numi-ly iirftvlenc. Thin g li Iffn
kt own (nr yearn, but Um ilifllculty of ill
limn f uiiiri- iirfVi'iiU'il iln i-tiiTal lino. It
in tta lorMt kk in tliu mjrifa oi hydro
carln, utul linn iiKinilly Im'ii uciieiati'cl
in inlnulu niuiililii'S mul iin-rcly (or ex-
liini'liliil pin poni'H In lulxiraloricH iiutl
U'chini riHuiiK by pumiiiK U Hlrumn o( by
(Irnp'ii llitoiiK'li it o,,U, in whlrli Hn
flwlric rurrt-fit M iiili(i(lii(Hl. T. I..
Wilwin.an AiiH'iimn, baa aiviib'iilully
iliHiMiViMt'd u in en n h by nliiili tbo Kim
run lm proiluri'il in nutlicifiit (iuinlili'n
unci ut mimll t'limili ruat (or prui'tiral
purpiiiii'H. Mr. Wilmin whh xMirnnent
iiiK in tlio ri'ilui t ion of liinu to it mo
tallic I'loiiii-nt, I'uliiiiiii, in tliu elfi'tric
fnrniu'K. lie (iihciI a powiIiTivl mixture
of chalk rikI chiiri'iMl in ft heavy nieUtlic
liku niBM. After I he muHM cooled no cal
cium liii tnl wmh found in it. lly chance
a hi nip wan thrown into a bucket con
talniiiK Homn wuter A nan wuh itnmodi
atuly evolved in liiro tiiikntiiieN, and
itii odor whh no xwerfiil that it com-jM-lltid
ntlention. The iti burned when
light waa applied to it, and further tenia
proved it to lie pure aeeO'lene. 1'rofcn
for Vivinn I.ew iH hua deiiionHtrrtted the
Krett value of acetylene M a cool lilit.
Itaflunin, ultlioiiuli of a brflliant white,
'iviim 210 candlepower per live cubic
feet, In much cooler than a C'i" llanie
IjiviiiK onlv 1(1 CHiidlepower. The lii",li
e"t teiiiMimture in any part ofanaccly
lone flame in a trille under the 1000 di'.
cent., wliilo in un ordinary burner with
coninion (iia the teniierature ia l.'ldO deg.
cent. A re iimrkuhlo ipiulity of acetvlene
ia that it can be liipiilled by prei8iire
and pill in canx that can be tapped when
tbo ican ih needed.
A Wuiiit to run Cn v OiiiiNi'ii.. Our
city bun incieiiHcd to hiicIi a ni.e that it
Iiiih become nn iibnoliite neceHHily for the
conveiiience of iU reHiilenlH, that the
liniiieB of the BtrcelH mid aveniieH bo
known mill uwd. The day hn lonn irnne
by when bv empiirinn at ti e poat ollico
a Hti linger could receive explicit direc
tion! for flmlinir a certain place. If the
city council will piiHa an oidiiuince ro
quiriiiK tlio liniiio of. each Htieet to bo
placed in a cuiiHpicuoua place, they w ill
be K'iven the eternal bleHaiiiKof thia gen
eration, and probably pnHterity will place
them on a pudental by the aido of tliu ro
nownod Dr. MuI.aiiKldin.
Anotiikr Woolen Mu.i,. Oregon is
Hoon to have another woolen mill in
operation, making eight now In the
Btate. The Thomas Kay Woolon Mill
company, owners of the Salenr Woolen
mills, have put in a mill at Waterloo,' a
small town on the south fork of the Bnn
tlum river In Lewis county. The mill ie
supplied with all the latest machinery
and is a three-set in size, being one
third larger than the company's mill in
Hnh'in, iul will employ ' to Mart with
about HO hand, Tint output of I he mill
will be wholly Ihinnels and bliuiketri,
while Ibn finer clotha, Htich un cunxl
mores, elc, , will be mitdttat the Halcm
mill. WatcrliMi has a apltiinlid water
power from the falls of the Hantiaiii
river, which will b utilized In furnish
ing power for tbo mills. The freighting
to and from the mills between Waterloo
and I.uhiinou, tlie end of the Houthern
I'ftcillc branch will bo done with teams,
The inanuger says he is not working for
any railroad extension to Waterloo now,
hut he thinks that when the biiHlnrs is
ostablishud and the ned of a railroad
there Is apparent, nil her an extension of
tint lehuuon branch of I he Houthern
I'acilln or a motor line from Allmny will
be built to Waterloo. TbeHuluiu woolen
mills have been crowded for the past
year Willi older and tlm enlurging of
their rapacity by building II is addi
tional mill Is an evidence of their merited
prosperity. The success of the Hslein
woolen mills is proof that honest made
goods will sell even in dull times.
Annual Mkktino. The annual meet,
ingofthe stockholders of the Willa
motto Havings & Loan Associat on was
held Wednesday evening and the follow
ing dlrectois ami auditors wete elected :
Directors, K (i. Cnullehl, (icor.'u A.
Harding, W. A. Ilimtley, (ieorge
Ilroiittliton, J. 1. Ivogun, L. L. l'ortcr,
E. K. ('Iiurman, W. I. Ilawley and C.
I'. Thore; auditors, N. . Waldeu, Kid
ney Hmyih and K. K. tk'illiaiiis. After
other business was tratiMacled, the stock
holders meeting adjourned and the newly
elected board of directors were sworn in
and oi gKiiked by elect n,g the following
olllcent: ('resident, K. U. Caillleld;
vke president, W. A. Huntley; secre
tary, II rmuii K. Jones; treasurer, Hunk
of Oregon City ; attorney, L. L. l'orier.
Finance couiiiiittee apHiiuted : K. K.
( harinan, (i. A. Harding and C. I'.
Tlnsre Appraising committee : W. V.
Ilawley, (ieo. Kroiudilon ami J. 1.
IOgan. The various rcKrta show that
the asoaiation is in a pro-perou condi
tion and everytblng indicates a rapid
growth in the near future.
Tiik I'iiilomatiikans. The Thiloiiia
theail hin'iety held a ncial meeting last
Friday night lor the puriN-e of reorgsni
latioii. New officers were elected and
an amendment was made to the consti
tution admitting as niemliers lo '.he so
ciety any ieison having proper recom
mendation, the meiuheiship heretofore
having been limited to pupils of the high
school. Kva Meldrum was elected pret
ident, iliililn Holdi n secretary and Clare
Csmpliell treasurer. 1'earl Meldrum,
John Lewthwaite and Malcolm McCown
were apointed an 'executive committee
to pit'pare the program for each meeting.
A renewed intt-it-et is In-itig taken in the
meetings of the society, and the attend
ance lias begun to increase of late.
Taxkm Comino In. It is a surpiiso to
the coiinly ttit-iulH the way taxes are Ik
ing paid in, for so fur the amount is far
in excess uf whst w us collected during
the same length of time last year. In
the ten days ending Tuesday evening,
HheiitT Maiiilock bits taken in $7.4ti2 Ort
and the money continues lo come in
itlMiiit as fust as at first. The prompt
payment of taxes cannot but indicate
that times are not so hard lu Clackamas
county as they weie one year atio, and
that the return tide has set in and in
another year we may look for something
of our old-time prosieritv.
IJisThial Skt. Uev. J. C. Head's
trial for utlempting to hold up the Fast
Portland bank will take place in Port
land on Tuesday of next week. The
plea of insanity will be brought forward
in bis defense, though Mr. Head says
he ia perfectly sane, hy Judge John F.
Caples, assisted by ex-Penator J. N.
Dolph, who kindly volunteered to aid
Mr. Head in getting her husband out of
Ills scrape. District Attorney Hume
of Portland, will conduct the prosecu
tion and as he is capable of making a
vigorous light, the legal battle will be a
i hot one.
Kiikkiiit Cahs in 1'ohti.and. The
East Side Hailway Company is trying
to get a fmncltise from tho city council
of Portland allowing them to run freight
cars in that city. At the last meeting,
the council refused to grant the franchise
as asked for by tho company, on the
ground that the company demanded too
many privileges Another hearing will
he given the company when Pres. Steele
ami .lo. Simon will try and induce the
council to grant their franchise.
LliAKN SUOHTIIANI! AT lIllMK. Miss
Emilia L. Pickcnsou, a graduate of the
Portland Business college, w ll o.ganizo
a class in Hhortbaiid at Mr. Pye't office
on Momlay, Apr. l,.ui. 7::10 p in.
Law mid high school students, working
people and teachers can join this class
and by taking three lessons a week, soon
master this valuable art. Miss Dicken
son is an expert stenographer and a
flrst-clasH teacher. Terms to suit the
CiiUKCH Incorcoratki). Articles have
boen filed with the secretary of state in
corporating the First Congregational
church of Clackamas. The incorpora
tors are. J. W. Roots, Jas. A. Wells, W.
E. Holcomb, P. T. Ryknian and ff. 8.
- The Enterprise is the only news
paier in Oregon that gives a cash pre
mium to those paying thoir subscription
An Industhy to Kncoukaok, Clwka
mas county is rapidly becoming the
' grest mamilacluring center of this stue
and each year sees numerous industries
added to the already large list. A tun-
I nery is now one of our Industries that it
bidding for the trade of our stale. It la
located oi Needy and at present ia con-
I dueled by H. W. Zimmerman. This
tannery has been run in a small way for
several years by David Zimmerman,
father of the present owner, and the
(pialitof leather turned out ims been
Much that ready sale was always had for
all that could he produced. Mr. Zim
merman now handles an average of 120
hides per month and his facilities are
audi that with a renewal of business in
this state he can more than double his
output. When the exporting of hides
to the East and the imKiring of leather
and leather goods is stopped, a big leak
in the amount of money sent out of this
stale each year w ill lie stopped and it
will be an important foctor in bringing
a solid p'osperily to the people of
A Man Kii.i.ko. Friday night, as
James Tucker ami E II. Oslsirne, two
men living near Hilyerion, were beating
their way on a freight train, one of them
met with a fatal accident. The train
st"pped at Harlow, their car being di
rectly over the Molalla bridge. Afraid
of being detected by the trainmen, they
jumiied oir the car, not knowing they
were on theh'iilge, and fell to the ground
below. Osborne was uninjured, but
Tucker fell head-foremost on the rocks,
and was killed. He was a man 62 years
o? age, and leaves it wife and five chil
dren. 'America's tirealest Humorist.
Eli Perkins is the most philosophical.
the moi-t humorous and Ihe most entei
titining orator on the platform Helms
lectured to hundieils of our great
colleges, churches, Young Men's Christ
ian usM'iatiiis and star lecture Hsnocia
lions. The W. T. lei tore bureau writes:
" This , lecture of Kli Perkins was the
sfiii-aiiou of the year. It is full of
philosophy, eloquent oratory and start
ling christian thought and keeps the
audience tkinking and screaming with
laughter lor two hours. It ia indescrib
able." Mr. I'eikins Is a member ol the
American oociation for the advance
ment of science and has been elected
vice president of the Corpus Christ!
Chautauqua assembly. Eli Perkins (Mel
ville 'J. l.andon) will lecture at Miively'a
opera house, April 2d, subject, "Philo
sophy of U it and Humor" and "How to
Cause Laughter " KoHcrvcd seats 50c,
adniiasion !0". If you want a good lo-
cation go U Shivcly'e st once a"d select
your seat; there w ill Is- a packed house.
Many tickets have, been sold. You can
select your scats now and they will be
ki-pt for you until the day of the lecture
at 12 1 p. in., Tuesday, April 2d, 1895.
Send your address to E. E. Ilucklen &
Co., Chicago and get a free sample box
of D- Kind's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you of its merits. These
pills ne eaiy in action and aie particu
larly effective in the cure of coiiHtiiation
and sick headache. For malaria and
liver trouble i h-y have been proved In
valuable Tliev are guaranteed to lie
erfectly free fnmi every deleterious sub
stance and lo lie puiely vegetable They
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving tone lo ntoinach and bowels
greatly invigorate the system . Regular
sire 25 cents, per box. Sold by Cbarman
A Co,, druggist, Cbarman Bros. Block.
The exposure to all sorts and condi
tions ol weather that a lumberman is
called upon to endure in the camps, often
produces severe colds which, if not
promptly checked, result in congestion
or pneumonia Mr. J. O. Davenport,
ex manager of the Fort Bragg He J wood
Co., an immense institution at Fort
Bragg, Cal., says they sell laige quanti
ties ol Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy at
the company's store and that he has
himself used this remedy for a Beyere
cold and obtained immediate relief. This
medicine prevents any tendency of a cold
toward pneumonia and iiuures a prompt
recovery,. For Bale by O. A. Harding,
An AliMilino Cure.
The Original Abietine Ointment is only
put up in luige two-ounce tin Imxes, and
is an absolute cure foi old sorei, mnim,
wounds, chapped hands and all skin
eruptions Will positively cure all kinds
of piles. Ask for the OiLonal A Incline
Ointment. Sold by C. 15. Huntley at
25 cents per box Ky mail 30 cents.
Will'asoeds are good; Likewise bis
(roes ami plains Twelfth annual cata
logue now ready, is full of things that
will interest you, among which are
Srtcnline the new foraue plant, Great
Northern Bean, seventy day corn, first
of all peus and golden queen onion.
Hardy fnpi and forest iee at hard times
prices $25 in prir.es for best yield ol
coin. Oscar H. Will, Bismark, North
8IIIL0IP8 CUKE, the great Cough
and Croup Cure, is in great demand.
Pocket sue contain twenty-five doses
only 2oc. Children love it. ior sale by
O. A. Harding.
The name One Minute Cough Cure
suggests a medicine that relieves a'
once, and quickly cures. Its use proves
it. C.C. Huntley', drtisrglxt.
i i ' ' "
The latest In visiting cards at the En
tkrphibk Okkick. Prices to suit yon.
The ph VBician who prescribes for
you underHtanJs perfectly well that
V .l.i. " Tl.
lie caiiiioi ins UK) curciui. i no uioic ,
thoroughly ho underHtanda the art
of healing, the more thoroughly i
he . appreciates the neceHHity for
caution. It is almoHt superfluous
to say that the drujrgiHt to whom
you take your prcBcnption, should i
exercise at least a corresponding ;
degree of care. If he fails to do.
this, medical attendance may be j
rendered valueless. You can have j
as much confidence in the prescrip-
tions we fill for you as you could if j
you were competent to fill themj
yourself and did it. i
C. G. HUNTLEY.
Oregon City, Or.
is a pleasure when one is provided
with good paper, good pens, and
We carry the W. II. Hasbrock's
Co. "High Class" writing paper
the very finest in white, cream
and the latest tints. You can have
a sample book for the asking.
We have all the leading makes
of paper and the very best inks
that money can buy.
Huntleys Book Store.
P. S.-When asking for the writing
pajier samples get a catalogue of
our 10c. music.
Just arrived. ..
AT THE r
The finest and largest assort
Spring -:- Millinery
Ever shipped to Oregon City.
I have secured the ser
vices of n i a
Very Fashionable Trimmer,
And invite my patrons and
the public to visit me
r., Opening Days,
Which will be announced
Tf&ngfeF and Epfe,
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE.
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v.'ls Hy.im ' t-
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For sale by C. G. Huntley.
. I'll Hill Ml
THOS. OHARMAN & SON.
The Pioneer Store.
directly and Indirectly, by people who cannot do tbelr own figuring, write their owt
letters, or kocp their own book; and who do not know when business and legal papers
which they taunt handle every day are made out correctly. tyAll these things, and
much more, we teach tAnrouinly. , , .
Hundreds of our graduates are In good positions, and there will be openings for
hundreds nsire when times Improve. Auic Is the time to prepare for them. Besides, a
business education li worth all It costs, fnr tmt't men cm. Send for our catalogue, to
learn trtat and Ho to we teach- Mailed free to any address.
Portland Business College,
A. P. Armstrong, Prln.
ry you need r
DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDING,
Or Building Material?
Go to C- H. BESTOW-
Lowest cash prices ever offered for
FIRST CLASS - GOODS
Also combination wire and picket fence, . '
HARTMAN STEEL - PICKET - FENCE?
And best farm fencing made. Prices to suit hard times.
Shop Opp. Congregational Church,
MAIN STREET. OREGON CITY.
SCHWAN & PUTEOW.
FOR ASTORIA:FAST TIME.
Steamer Bailey Gatzert
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.II III r a)n I ril av J 1 "X. k r I K
Leaves foot of Alder st., Portland. .
Leaves Portland daily, except Sunday, 7 A. EL
Leaves Astoria daily, except Sunday, 7 P. IL
Tug Ilwaoo from Ilwaco connects at Astoria with Gatzert CYerjr'
night, for Portland. Tickets of all other lines good on Gatzert.'
J. A. Wcteo, 8crUy.
Stoves and Tinware.