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Oregon City Enterprise.
MARCH 25), lS'.W.
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
. fickle UttniniE,
' tVklo Mackerel,
CoJ Fish, dry,
Sardines in bulk,
Anchovies in bulk,
Mackeral in kits.
Canned Fish of all kinds.
Fi. E. William, the ftrocer.
, Drink Japoolo Tea,
45 cents per pound,
Marr A Robertson .
in town last
Wood wanted at once this office.
Go to Wilson A Cooke (or Oliver plow
Lace cm tains and bedspreads at the
County and city warrants wanted by
the Commercial bank.
Money to loan on good real estate
security by A. S. Dresser.
New lae, special line for children'!
wash dresses, at the Racket store.
Misa Vara l'ilsbury of this rity, who
has been ill for several weeks, lias re
Kev. Read's tiial has been postponed
until April 11. the defense asking for
more time in which to appear.
By removing cause of irritation, and
by preserving a healthy state of the sys
tem during infancy, $tf?dmn'a Sooth
big Powders made their reputation,
The Oregon City Steam Laundry does
the cleanest and best work to be had in
Oregon City. Their prices are the
The April meeting of the city council
will take place Wednesday evening of
next week. Only ordinary business will
f robably be up.
On account of other unexpected bust
ness, V. Harris is closing out bis stock of
Groceries. Now is the time to lay in a
supply of New Fresh goods cheap.
Mr. James S. Read of, the St.
Andrew Brotherhood of Trinity church,
Po'tland, delivered an address at St.
Paul's church iu this city, Sunday even-
"Webfoot Waltz," composed and ar
ranged for violin, cornet and piano, by
C E. Knotts. A beautiful waltz, give it
a trial. For sale by Bunneister & An
dresen. Price 35 cents.
For G3 cents you can get a good um
brella at the Racket stoie. Alt styles
and prices. This line of goods will not
te carried over which means that bar
gains will be given.
Far footwear you can get babys' shoes
at 25 cts ; ladies coarse shoes at 89 cts ;
men's boot3 at f 1.75, or you can get the
best grade of goods made at bottom
prices at the Red Front.
Yon can have your seats reserved at
Shivcly's without anv extra cost for Eli
Perkins' lecture. Ttiere will be a packed
bouse as many seats have been sold al
Sheriff Maddock announces that an ex
tension of time has been granted on the
collection of taxes and that they will not
go delinquent until May 1. This will be
welcome news to many poor fellows who
are yet delinquent on the rolls.,
Did. you ever hear a lady preach?
Mrs. Helen Harford, the eloquent Har
ford, the Quarkeress preacher will
lecture at the Methodist church
Friday and Saturday evenings of this
week on temperance. Mrs. Harford has
filled many pulpits ai,d always to the
edification of her hearers. She is a good
ol J-fashioned Quaker lady of the
Lucretia Mott type. Admission free.
On Sunday next Rev. J. W. Cowan
will exchange his pulpit in the Congre
gational church with Rev. C. F. Clapp,
state superintendent of missions, who
will conduct the morning and evening
services in that church. Mr. Cowan left
Wednesday for the upper Santiam
country where he will spend a week look
ing after some mission work for Mr.
Clapp and at the same time get some out
of door exercise in traveling through
that mountainous country.
The case of the children, Maggie and
Pavia Pierce, and Louis Biggs, of Park
Place, who were taken away from their
mothers by the authorities last week,
came before Judge Hayes for final hear
ing Tuesday The women were proven
to be bad characters and the children
were given into the charge of Superin
tendent Gardner of the Boys and Girts
Aid society, of Portland, who will see
that tbey are properly cared for in the
John Shadle has secured a lease of the
Oriental Hotel, and has thoroughly reno
vated the Louse, painted, carpeted and
refurnished the rooms and put every
thing in first class order. The table is
now equal to if not better than any hotel
in the city, Board can be had at reason
able rates by the day, week, or month.
First class accommodations for transient
custom. This house will hereafter be
knowu as the " Willamette Hotel." 5t
J. L. Frl, of Sandy, was
C. S Arnold, of Milwaukee, was in
Mr. Silas Wright, Liberal, was in the
city on Tuesday.
Hon. L. T. Harm, of Portland, was
in town Tuesday.
Miss Victoria Hadlev, of Newberg, is
visiting Miss Younger of this city.
Mis Ada Sharpies, of Hillshoro, is
visiting Mrs. M. Bollack in this city.
Mrs. Bothman, of Forest Grove, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wheeler.
Miss Minnie Hermann returned Sun
day from a visit with friends al Clacka
Mrs. Geo. A. Reck, of Fast Portland,
has been visiting friends in town the past
Two prominent ritixeus of Candy, Wm.
Knight and II. A. Lee, were in the city
Congressman W. It. Kllis, of Heppner,
was in town Monday, attending to legal
Miss Jessie Fairgreaves, of Portland,
was the guest of Miss Winnie Williams,
Miss Nettie Osburn, of Damascus, is
in the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs.
S. E. Kennedy.
Mr. Chas. Califf and family left for
California Saturdav, where they intend
mating their home.
Mr. Ludru Royal, who was principal
of the high school here several terms,
visited this city Tuesday,
Miss Pearl Meldrum returned home
Tuesday after a week's delightful visit
with relatives in Albany.
Miss Lucille E. Wheeler lias been vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bamford of
Portland for the past week.
Mrs. J. II. Walker, who has been ill
the past two weeks with the gripe, is
recovering her health slowly.
W. P. Johnson, general manager of
the Willamette Pulp A Paier Co., came
up from San Francisco Monday. '
Rev. U. A. Rnckwook, of Sellwood,
formerly pastor of the Congregational
church here, was in the city Monday.
Miss Bertha Sumner is expected home
in this city Saturday from Canbyswhere
she closes her term of school on Friday.
Mrs. Y. Klake, of New Era, is a g'lest
at Sheriff Maddock's home, she being
in the city to avail herself of medical
Dr. W. E. Carll and L. G. Gurnett at
tended the whist congress in Portland
last week as delegates from the Oregon
City whist club.
Mr. L. Schwabacher, manager ot the
Crown Paper Co., left for San Francisco
last Saturday night, after a visit of in
spection in this city.
S. F. Scripture made a business trip
to Vancouver Monday. The location of
the town he greatly admired, but as a
business place he found it very dull
Mrs J. P. Forrester, of Eagle Creek,
was in Oregon City last week, the guest
of Mrs. S. F. Scripture and Mrs. E.
Wineset. She left for her home last
Mr. Wm. Wright, who has charge of
Krausse Bros. 'shoe store on Main street,
has moved his family from Corvallisand
will occupy the Charman cottage, on
Sixth and High streets.
Mr. Wm. Foreythe and family arrived
at this place from Oregon City this week
and have taken up their residence in the
Sbeppard building opposite the church.
Riddles, Or., Enterprise.
Mr. Oscar B. Hayter, who has been
in the employ of the Clackamas Ab
stract & Trust Co. for the past eighteen
months, returned to his home in Dallas
Saturday, where he will resume the
study of law.
Will Parker, son of Rev
edges a pleasant call from him. Ash
Miss Helen Cirilllths of Salem has boon
in the city during the week visiting with
her sister, Mrs, R. A. Miller.
Cunty Clerk Jmlsou Weed, of Col
umbia county was In Oregon City Wed
nesday on business with the land otlice.
Judge G. E. Hayes and Road Eongl-
The report comes that Just so soon as
the weather is seitle.l Mr. Wolnhard of
Portland will hate work commenced on
the brick blin k hit will hav erected on
the corner of Main aid Eighth streets
His plans have not been definitely set
tied, but the building will probably bo
three stories In liolulit. Information
noerD. W. Kinnalrd have been In Port- comes that tin. gn.uud floor, which will
land for the lust three days in attendance
on the Bradley suit against the county.
A. 8. Dresser returned lust Thursday
front an extended trip through the
Eastern states. Mr. Dresser was as far
east as Maiuo. Of the financial and
business prospects of the county he
states that signs of decided Improvement
are manifest iu all the Eastern states
and that before the close of the year we
shall see times better here on this coast.
C. E. Barney who has been reading
law In the law oftlce of Brow noil A
Dresser during the past winter has been
given a school near I-ewisviUe, folk
county, and will leave for that place on
Saturday of this week. Mr. Barney
is a bright young man and a successful
teacher as is shown by his being re-en- j
gaged in the district he taught in last
summer. He will resume his law
studies at the close of this school.
Jas. Muckle, of St. Helens, a member
of the firm of Muckle Bros., prominent
millman and longer of the lower Col
umbia was in Oregon City Tuesday and
was a caller at the Kntkki'hisk otlice.
Of the outlook in the lumber trade he
stated that the prospects were fair for a
revival, especially in the California and
foreign trade. Prices he did not think
would raise little if any, but sales could
have three lino stotu rooms, has all been
engaged, one room for a drug store, an
other for a grocoiy store, and the third
for a saloon, all to be put iu by Portland
men. This block will bo a substantial
addition to Oregon City, ami the invest
ment w ill prove a paying one as it Will
stand in a very desirable locution
B. F. Swok, one ol the rising young
attorneys of Oregon City, is having a
comfortable six-room cottage built on the
Ahernttlhy a.ljnining the home of his
father, Thoa. Swox. Mr. Swo) ex
pect to move into hi new homo In
about throe weeks.
Ex County Recorder Wliltlock Is hav
ing tho dwelling ho ownos on Jackson
and Twelvlh streets i nixed and made
into a two story limine He Is having
addition made to it so that it will be a
very convenient ami comfortable dwell
ing. It I his Intention to occupy It
later on, Sup! Gibson who is now oc
cupying it moving to another dwelling.
George Grace, the well-known mer
chant of Clarke, has purchased ground
on Molalla avenue, j'Ht this aide of Ely
and will at once erect a two utoiy build
ing Ukiii it. The lower lloor will ho oc
cupi -d by Mr. Grace w ith a stock of gen
erai merciiamiiM oi which lie promises
lo carry as complete a line as any hnsi
Tin following li Hit lis! of letters remain
ing In the pout nltles at Oregon t'lty, Oregon,
li.H) 1. M., March OT. ISUA:
I Millar, tl C
Crawford, J J
Cnrnaliati, J I
Itlimles, J II
lllley, It ('
Hmltli. K It
oo.l, A K
Alwg, l.ouln I'agell, Is
llrown, .ills K, Stevens, Mrs Violet
Dumpy, Mrs Allilrila V alenpauxli, Miss M
If railed for stair when silvfrll.nl.
. It. (lltKKN, P. M.
Heaver Creek Nt4.
Hkavkr Chkkk. Murcli '.ll.-Mri. Kdward
IlugliFn, who had a utrokeol paralysis Mime
ninnllis airo, ! iniirovrd hi lisr health so
as lo U alila lo be around, him alleniled Ilia
services al (he Presbyterian elinreli Ian!
Mr, and Mrs. (Irlnenlliwalte hav moved
Into llieir new dwellllng, which is one of (lis
twit in this nelKhlMirliood, May they enjoy
happiness anil lung Hie.
Mrs. H. II. Welch prrsvnleil her hiinliand
with a trti-poiiinl Imliy girl on the nth Inel.
Mr. Welch Is all smiles lliese ilsye, and
(rawlpa anil (Iramlma Shannon av nils In
the prelum! hat In the county, .My, how
proud they are!
Iter. M. Jones, of Osweiro. held servlc al
Ilia Welsh Cnnitri'uallohal church laM Nun-
day and irrerled nh a iiimkI ntlcnd-
Kvervhodv am'aki well of Ihe Kntsui'hikk
In thin localltv, and some of Ihe boy nuend
lo subscribe lor ll soun. I'no,
Tho Bost Goods
For tho Least Money
to Oregon City.
Moody & Rinearson,
Ctuiiiiicrciiil Hunk Mock.
be made, something that cannot be done i ,-, IOUMe j lh , jiy. ,r. Grace has
ker, who has been attending the medical
college at Iowa City, la., during the win
ter, returned to his home in this city last
Monday for his vacation, and will occupy
the position he previously held in C. G.
Huntley's drug store.
Sidney Smyth returned Wednesday
from Newberg, where he had been to at
tend to some work pertaining to the
water works that town is about to put in.
Mr. Smyth is the engineer in charge und
has been making the necessary surveys
for the pipe lines.
Miss Bessie Evans, the young elocu
tionist, well-known to the people of this
city, assisted in an Indian entertain
ment at the First Presbyterian church
in Portland last Friday evening. The
young lady's elocutionary efforts were
highly successful and she received many
praises for her assistance.
Mrs. Margaret A. Charters, who left
her home in Springwater two years ago
and went toxDakota with her three child
ren, returned last week. She was greatly
dissatisfied with the cold weather she
experienced there, and intends living in
the future at her former home in Spring
water. She was accompanied by her
sister, Miss Wilson,
E. F. Driggs, city attorney of Oregon
City, and son of L. C. Driggs one of the
members of the Ashland Mining Co.,
came out from the Willamette today on
a business and pleasure trip. This is
Mr. Driggs' first look at Southern Oregon
and be expresses himself as being de-
Last Monday evening tho Chautauqua
circle met at the pleasant home of Mr.
and Mrs. II. A. Young on tlth street for
practical talk on art Mrs. Young
chose for ber theme still life, illustrating
from her own admirable work. From
garret to cellar the house is tilled with
paintings, drawings, sketches, etc., the
accumulations of a lifetime. Mrs.
Young studied some yean with the best
artists in Chicago. In nothing were the
Chautauquans more interested than In
the multitude ot sketches of scenic bits
of Oregon City, Portland, California ana
British Columbia. It will be a pleasure
to all Chautauquans to know that Prof.
John Ivey, of San Francisco, an artist of
almost national fame has been secured
for the school of art during the summer
assembly. His lectures on art are said
to be as beautiful as his painting').
H. A. Lee was appointed guardian of
the person and estate of Mrs. L. .1.
Fletcher, and Joseph Ourley and A. (.
Stogsdill were appointed appraisers of
her estate. Mrs Fletcher's mind has
given away to such an extent of late
that she was unable to manage her
property ami her friends look this action
to protect her interests.
The Congregational church in Ibis
city, which has been under tho pastor
ate of Dr. J. W. Cowan for almost a
year, is in a very prosperous condition,
the Sunday school and societies having
progressed so successfully that it has lie
come necessary to Increase the accom
modations of the church. The base
ment is being excavated preparatory to
building in and furnishing two new clans
rooms. Besides these, toilet rooms will
le built and also a culinary department
added, which Ihe ladies will find very
convenient, especially on festive occasions.
been siicce(ul'in tho managing of his
store at Clarke and intends to devote
the same energy ami interest to his veil'
lure in Oretron City.
The cottage being elected for L. C
Caples on Madison and Ninth streets
will soon be ready for occupancy. It
lighted with it. The Tidings acknowl-1 AH work guaranteed,
Ely Bros., the popular mercantile firm
of this city, has been doubled in mem
bership the pint week and now numbers
four. The senior member of the firm,
Dunne C. Ely, had a fine boy arrive at
his home on Sunday, the 21th, and on
Wednesday, the 2tn, the junior mem
ber, George V, Ely, had his homo
brightened by a bouncing boy. The
young papa's are able to attend to their
store with their accustomed energy and
the mothers are doing nicely.
The son of Chas. A I bee, of this city,
and Arthur Pressy, stepson of W. M.
Robinson of the Electric hotel, who run
away from home laBt week, were cap
tured at Cascade Locks and brought back
to this city. Pressy, who persuaded the
other boy to run away with him, was
taken before Judgo Hayes Friday and
committed to the reform school near
The April term of probate court will
be convened Monday by Judge Hayes.
Wednesday the regular term of county
court will he held by Judge Hayes ami
Commissioners Scott and Jaggar. The
session will probably not last longer
than two or three days as there will be
nothing but routine business to consider.
Miss Aletha Phelps, who formerly re
sided at New Era, is learning the milli
ners' trade with Mrs. II. T. Bladen, at
her store in this city.
Oysters, w holesale or retail, to families
and parties. Also served In any style,
fresh and palatable at the Portland res
Miss Stiner has opened the Bon Ton
dressmaking parlers on Seventh street
and asks the ladies to irjve her a call.
will bo a very comfortable seven
Considerable intetes! has Ix'cn mani
tested in this city in the suit now in
progress in Portland, wherein Malcolm
Bradley seeks damuges from Cluckairiaa
county for the losof hit wife ami child in
a runaway accident on the Foti'th of.luly
1H1KI, wheu his team ran over the bluff
and pitched his wife and (our children
into Ihe Clackamas river, drowning the
wife and buby . Bradley claims that the
county was negligent in not pulling up a
guard along tho river bank. The county
court denied any negligenco and claimed
they were not compelled by law to lence
roadsides at all places whero a learn
could run off, the law only holding the
county responsible when grona negligence
can be proven.
A new suit was asked for and argued
Wednesday by District Attorney Barrett
and A S. Dresser on behalf of Clacks'
mas county arguing that tho plaintiff
had no ground for action ami that this
should nut tie nude a precident for such
case for if this suit was sustained,
Clackamas and every county in Ihe
state would lie overwhelmed with
damage mits Judge Hurley declined to
grant their motion and the tiial then
A huge number of witnesses have
been siiinmoiied by each side ami a bard
fought legal battle will be carried on.
It is exccted that the case will go to
jury by Friday.
Mr. Luke Comer died at her home
in this city Wednesday. Mrs. Comer,
who was well advanced in years had
been in feeble health all w inter and her
death was not unexpected. The funeral
services will be held Friday from the
Catholic church, the interment taking
place in St. Mary's comttcy.
Game Protector McGuire emitted the
arrest laMt week of .lames Johnson, an
employe of Ihe Wilhuiielle Pulp A
Paper Co., for throwing sawdust in the
river. Johnson was taken before
Justice liixoq anil put undor $100 bonds.
The trial is to take place Saturday.
J. A. Moehriko has opened up a coffee,
tea and spice d. -put iu tliiii city next
door to Prim's gallery ami is pushing
the sales of his goods by canvassing the
residences lor unlets. He is an indus
trious young man und should make a
success of his venture.
The meols at the Fanner's Homo are
as good as ever ami funnels and travelers
have only to give them u trml lo be convinced.
Highest Honors World' Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fres
iom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Karl's Clover Boot, tho great blood
puritler give freshness and clearness lo
Ilia complexion and cures constipation,
.Th)., ode., fl 00 for sale by Geo. A.
Most people can not all'oid to exMri
inenl They want immediate relief.
That's why they use One Minute Cough
Tho Indies will flml la r
guitis in this lino,
THEY MUST UK SOU).
NEW LOT OUTINGS, FLANNELS. YARNS,
Calicoes, Muslins, Shoes Etc.
$1 buys 20 lbs. rice, 'J 8 lbs. w bitc In-uhh 10 lbs dry gran, sugar, 'JO lbs.
extra C, 'JO lbs. prunes, ii1ch or plums, 10 lbs. nooil bird, II) lbs. dry
suit incut, IS yds. cnlsit w., 'JO yds. outing flannel, and in hIioch, II
buys a pair good oxfords usually 1.1"), or Indies solid button hIkm-h
UHtinlly fl.,10. ' Another shipment, Indies dong. hIkm s, pnt. tip, grout
vnluo fur II. ft), broken lots slim s at cost or less; Imys or men'" warran
ted plows 11. ft) and II..'!."); Indies houvv slipis-rx cut to -i'w.; steel wiro
nails (i to.S at 12. ft) ketf. or M lbs. ll .(K); Id to 'Jt jMiny $2.25 kt or
40 lbs. 11.00; :i0 toliOisMiny 2,IX, or I") lbs. 11.00. Kotluction in every
...Red Front Store...
f4euu Shoe Store
Next door to UurineiHter A Andrcsen.
In guuranted to be given on all good. A trial is asked, before, you
go to Portland.
CI i i i atfc l.illl.
Qregon Picture Frame
Makes a Specialty of Manufacturing
Mouldings . . .
New and Novel Design
108 Second Street
M. J. MORSE, Manager.
Easels Picture and Art Material.
mm WTUHJS K6R p WW,
and thorns who watch and wait for time
will only discover its flight. You can
discover an elegant collection of timo
piores in our stock of ladies' and
gentlemen's gold and Bilvo watches,
which in all cases are models of ac
curacy, keeping time so well that they
don't lose it. We can confidently roc
oirjmond our watches and clocks, too,
as entirely trustworthy, and mooting
the needs of the hour to a second. One
assortment of fashionable jcwclcry and silverware is very complete '
DURMEISTEU ft ANUHESEN.