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Oregon City Enterprise.
SCHEDULES OF TIME
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M.iln Cll l"ll' Hlilltll, III., C..' p. IU.
nrriiin I'll l I'lifllaml iiit Kl Hide llall
wa. W't U HIV, H aii'l ' V M arrlvri
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Kn.trru, Weal Kldu.Haiiily ami lllslilmid ruiil.a'
im-iem I'll y to Kly.l'.rua. Milium. I.llwral and
Mnlalla, inu'i al li ill. ami arrlvua al I'.' m.
nri-Kiui Cliy to Hmvtr ( rrrlc. Mink, Clark.
Mt-ailnw llriink. I nliill Mllla, ami l i.lli'U. Ii'atra
al IU a in. Monday Wvilnrxlay and l-relay
and rt-iuiiia uu lollowlui dav al 1 .41 p. m
(iicfini I lly In VI. .u. Iitan and Itrdland
li.vfi iirpfnii l.'lty Monday Vt'mliivadav and
Friday all uu I'. M., Uvlii( Viola aamo daya
al 7 Ml A. U,
FKlltAY, AI'KIL 12. IHH.V
STIIKKT I'l.KANINII. Till) fit V I'Olllllil
Iiiih Nt Irt-t I ukc li Kti'I'B low it'll 1 1 a V 1 1 1 if
M.iln street kept clean. At llmir IhhI
iiiL'tilinn llu-y niillniriieMl Slrti'l Com
niiaiiiuiiiir HulK ix'k lu Imvu lliu Hlrwt
cIiibiiimI. 1 1 i lu kt'i-p n kwciiiuti ae
ciiunt of III i'"t i'( ili wink uii'l nt tlu
lirxt mi'i'linic o( lliu ruuii. il miiiip ur
rmnji'iiiinilH v. ill Ik Brrlvivl wt rtirnriliiitr
It fulniti i iiru, Two iIhii Iihvh Im'iiii
pr(iiwiil to iiH'ot llitt cxi'i'iiw, out' lo pay
It out of 1 1 ui (ti'iiiMiil (mill uiul llm mlior
to gioHH llui rit lo tln ii.ljni'i'iit M,iiii
Httvrt prnporly. Tin) alii'iit ia wucily
ki'pl cli'iin wrro It not ihimI iimrli iih
al it in ai n place Inr htori! HWi'i'piiin- nml
Ollinf riliiliiali. W'lllMI I'li'illl, Willi till'
HiiUHitli lin.'k pavvmt'iit, M.iln M '!
ptl'm'lllH UN Illlll'tnOMlO till lipp 'llllllll'l HH
iinjAlrt'i'l in rorlluiiil.
Hki ioiiu h CtiNni ri. Tliu i litiri l.c
co-oTrttiii for union woik in Ouvn
City will lif(ln a rmivn of llm rity
next Hi'i'k to outlier infnrina lion rcuiinl
iiiK llio I'liurrli iilliliiilionn of tin) pi'oplu
of tliu cily. Tliu imipoiMi of llm rimvmri
la to ho li urn llif rvliK'uiiH I'un.lilioii of
tl city Unit eai'li fliiiri'h fun intulll-Ki-ntly
tin i t h own work iiikI t liat no
family limit bo ovi-rlooki'd. It la Iiojh-1
Hint llui people will uit Hit) cnnviiHg
ei8 liy ri'iilily givinu llu-in tlio li'nireil
Inforiiintion. Tlio HiiHwpritiR of tlm
qiuiNlion rominilH no ono toanyclniri'li ;
U uliiiply Hhowa thoir prenotit cluin b r
UtioiiNliip or prnlcriince, if any, ho Unit
the rli(ioiiH couilitlon of the city limy
Mihh Caiiiiik S. Iti'i)ni.i'H'H Character
iinH'rhoniili'iiiK nri plriininn in llui liili
BHt ili'Kri'H. She l tally uitiHiic, and uh
an uiiU-rtuinur lia no eipial in thin
country, nml no Hiipcriur in any otlmr.
Hit roHtinnes are eHHi'lally dt-Biunod
for tht) (liflitrtMit I'harai'tairri usiuimnl and
liiir bounty and chitrm of manner uniko
linr at onoo a favorite wherever nhe ap
jienra. Iliir proj;iiiiiinii'n are varied and
HtlriU'llvt) CODHiHtillK Of Hulot'tiollH ill
(iprinun, Scotch, IiIhIi, Kiitflinh, Ncuro
and Yankee dinlei'tri, und tlio numbers
will be inlerpoMpd with vocnl nml Inctrn
nientiil miiHic by local talent April 1!,
at the CoiiKri'itHtioiinl ebiirch iindor the
BUHpices of the Y. I'. S. C. K. AdmiHnion
15 and 25 centH,
A Nkw Tki-kciionk Wiiik A HohIoii
invunlor him putonted a wire w ith iiHpirul
groove running through it which is auid
to he Kelf-liiHiiliitmu, nufe to hundlu, free
fi inn leakiiKi and able to carry the voice
thoiimindri of niilim. It doliveiaeleclricily
on the water-pine piinciple, and Ltouion
pnpera expect great reHiiltH from its uppli
cation. Our bettor halve Buy they could not
keep hotine without .Ohanibothiin's
Couuh Heniedy. It iB used in more than
half tho hoiucB in I.t'flilri. Simr Hiion.,
Leedri, Iowa. Thia ahowa the OHte em in
which that remedy Ih bold whore it ban
been Hold for years and ia well known.
Mothers have learned that theie is
nothing so good for colds, croup and
whooping cough, that it cures theno ail
ments quickly and permanently, an.l
that it is pleasant and mifo for children
to take. 25 and 50-cent bottles for sale
iy G. A. Harding, druggist.
HtM'oml AuiiunI Aaiinliljr at (JlaiUtiinp
1'iirk, Urrgoii (ity, July 10-111.
(Contlniied from lat work.)
Why la Oregon City the natural home
of (ho ChaiitiHaa AaMcmtily? lU'Ciinne
Ita iiiuana of Iranaportailon ore unex
celled ; becaiiae it lie under tlio shadow
of great city ; because it is in the heart
of a Kipiiloim valley ; becaiiNO It la lamed
for Its aeenery, lu bluffs ami fulls; be
cause (xeiirsion parilea ars constantly
chooalng it for outing plcnica; because
no visitor from the l-ast feelo that ha
haa aiHin Oregon until lie views (he Falls
of the Willamette, the only Kit In the
world where the aeatide cornea up to the
foot of a mighty cataract, DecaiiMt) Ore
gon City hsa a larire body of thoughtful,
studioua people And because she lias en
Uirprising and aagacioua men who are
willing to work In I'a interest and give
tho Assembly a home. Hera use of un
rivaled facilities lor accommodating all
who come will) camping privileges and
rapid transit lo great hotels, l'ortlund
prefer the Aiseiulily at Oregon City be
cause her hualneas men can run up for
day's otilinir and home again at night.
Halem, Eugene and Albany prefer it be
cause they ran do buHlnesi In I'ortlaiid,
attend the Asaemhly and get home again
without (he loss of unnecessary time,
lteablenls of the Interior prefer it because
It give a coveted oppoitunity to visit
Cortland at cheapened transportation
tales, ltlch people prefer It because It
aaves time, poor people prefer It because
It saves ex'ii-4), Oladstone I'ark em
braces 74 acres, uiUhh from Port
land. Oiand old irena and mo-covered
riH'ka (mike it an id"iil spot. Southern
I'aciflu Co. 'a depot adjoins the grounds.
In every depurtiiieiit arrangements are
In progieas for the largest edui iitional
gathering ever known in the S'ale, ad- j
dresaed liy the ni'ict b:illiuiit nrruy of!
tnlent Maaeml'li-d to iiix'rui't the eple I
on topic of general public intorcst. The
miinuement ie in corn-rip ndence with
other speakers ot national t ime, w hoe'
names will lie iitinoiinced fnun time to !
time. Kvcry day piewnls a progr.iin
complete in itaelf of frienee, iihihIi', art,
wit, orntoty, aierioptican views, athletics,
cle. The wise will briiiK t'li's, prepared
to enjoy tl e entire n-iiod on llm be.uili
ful Ch:iutiiii'il.t I'.inipiir.' ground. The
whole Chiiut.uiipiu idea is tli outgrowth
of an etrort to meet the demand for
means of sandiiu: the vacation period of
miuimer in healthful rest and at the
hiiiiiii time in recreation tint improves
Instruction in all departments is free
of i liiiriie except in ait, where I'mf. Ivey,
of San Francisco, givs a cours,. for f 1! . 50
that in II r gular oludi., . onN f .'.'). I'n.f.
Ivey 'a wurk bus been fiequently en
graved lie in the author of far i n ut
ing'Miuiile to l.itiidHcipe I'uinting and
Sketching from Nn'Mre." that ought lo
hp in the huinls of eveiy student of art.
On the morning of July ll'h, I'mf .' 1 vcy
gives hi tirt lertil'l) on III.' "Fie'try nf
Ait," .MiwSaiah N. i'.l o n. f. om Ihe
lito school of oratory, now iiiHtrllclor
at Willamette I'niveritv, Salem, bus
Hppeute'l la'fore l irie an. I eir IniKiu-tic I
ainlieiicea ens! unit wet. II. r iinn r
soualion ol Juliet scored great k;iccchsc
in Hixlon anil in IVnver The Oreis.m
ian pronounced her reading in Portland
as "trillv admirable." All lovers of
ShakesiH are will he glad to learn that
President Chapmiui has promised lec
tures on I-eurundon MacBeth.
On the afleruoon of Julv loth, Dr.
OunHiiiilua, of Chicago, will give his
great lecture on Savonarola. Nay the
Chautauitiii Assembly Herald of New
York: "(inhsdiihis' firebrands kindle
the dullest to heroic purpose and lovul
life " The Chicatfo Inter-Ocean: "Ply
mouth Church holds 3000. Every pew
was filled. For one hour nml thiity
minutes the young doctor held every soul
to his rH-uking. It was such an addrens
a nets tlOiK) to $1")(K) when miui-terinl
talent applies itself to money making fur
church and ueneral purposes." Chan
tuuqmi Huacnii ; " I'ho lecturer who has
stirred the assembly beyond comparison
with any other is Huv, F. W. OiiumiuIus,
Following is tho committee on organi
tation: President Thos. Van Scoy,
Portland University, President C. 11.
Chapman, Slate University, President
P. L. Campbell, State Normal School,
Mrs. President J. M. Hloss, Suite Agri
cultural College, Rev. (t. A. Hhii'-, Cum.
PieHhvteriitn Church, Portland, Uev.
Oilman Parker, IhmtiHl State Missionary
Kev. J. W. Cowan, taiiigreiration.il
church, Oregon Cily, Col Robert A.
Miller, dipt. J. T Apperson, lion. II.
K. CroHH, Chuilus 11. Dye, huiles
Meserve, Mrs. Siireliu G. Miller and
Mrs. C. Dye.
The Assembly bus been incorporated
lindei the laws of the state of Oregon
with a capital stock of $0iH), divided
into shares of fr each. Stock has sold
well so fur as presented to the public,
and it is tho intention to complete the
organization and elect directors during
Olllcers of temporary organization,
Col. R. A. Miller, president; C. II.
Chapman, vice president; Mrs C. II.
Dye, secretary ; D. C. Lutouretto, treas
urer. For further information address
the secretary, Mas. C, II. Dvr,
Oregon City, Oregon. .
Further announcements later.
Highest cash price paid for second
hand goods of all kinds at second hand
store, opposite Noblitt's stable on 7th St.
The following resolutions were adopted
by the Kagle Creek literary aocloty:
Wiikiikas, It has pleased God to re
move from our midst our Krother mem
ber of tli ia society, Thomas Forrester,
therefor be It
Iteaolyed, That we mourn his sudden
and untimely death. And that we revere
bia memory aa a good citizen, a faithful
christiun and a social member In this
Resolved, That these resolutions Ihj
spread upon the minutes of this society
and a copy of the same be presented to
the relatives of the deceased.
, Jamks Bki.l, Secretary.
goMKTiiiNd Nsw. A suggeation In flor
iculture tnd printing combined Is to be
found In that alwaya welcome catalogue
known as ','Vick's Floral Guide." This
publication (or 1806 is out, and (sprinted
in seventeen differently tinted Inks, with
beautiful color plates. It tells much
about flowers, gives points to those wbo
love the garden, and present a full list,
with description and prices, of everything
one could wish for vegetable, fruit or
flower garden. Many pages of novelties,
incased in a chaste coyer of silver and
gold, are given. Unusual and astonish
ing offers, such as f.'MX) for a name (or a
new double sweet pea, etc., are made.
Those who are Interested in seeds or
plants should send (ur a copy of Vitk's
Floral Guide to James Vlck's Sons, Roch
ester, N. Y., and learn the many bar
gains which this firm ia offering. The
cost of the Guide is only 10 cents, which
may be deducted from the first order.
American Stationer, Jan. 31, 1805.
Discoveries Mure Yulnitble than Geld,
Are Santa Abie, the California discovery
for Consumption and Discuses of the
Throat, Chest and Lungs, and California
Cat R Cure, the only guaranteed cure
for Catarrh, Cold in the bead and kin
dred complaints. They are sold at li
per packuge, or three for (2.50, and are
recommended and used by the leading
phyicians of the Pacific Coast. No secret
Couiioiiniln. (iiiara'i'eed by C. G.
Illllltley. Trial bot'le fV) eentrl.
Will's seeds are gnod; Likewise hia
trees and plan's. Twelfth annual cata
logue now ready, is full of things that
will uiteiest you, among which are
sucaline the new foruire plant, Great
Northern Hen, seventy day corn, first
of alt peas nml golden queen onion.
Ilanly fruit and forest liees at hard times
prices $25 in prizes for best yield of
coin. Oscar II. Will, liismark, North
Two l.hi-s Naved.
Mr. I'licM-txa Thomas of Junction City,
III was told by her doctors she hud con
sumption slid that there was no hope
for her, hoi two bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery completely cured her
and she says it. saved her life. Mr.
Thos. Kirifers, l.'i'.i Florida St. Sun Fran
cisco, MiflVri-d from a dreadful cold. ai
prouching Consumption, tried without
result everything eUe, then bought one
bottle of Pr King's New Discovery and
in two weeks was cured. He is natur
ullv thankful. It is such results, of
w hicii these are samples, that prove the
wonderful ellicicy of this medicine in
Coughs and Colos. Fieu trial bottles at
Charmiin A Co's. Drug Storv, Omnium
llros lllock. Regular size 60 cents and
Are Veil lining KaMt
If so, it will pay you to write to A. C.
Shehlon, general agent of the "Burling
ton Route," 250 Washington street,
Portland. He will mail you free ol
charge, maps, time tallies, and advise
you as to the through rates to any point,
reserve stepping car accommodations
for you, and furnish you with through
tickets via cither the Northern, Union,
Southern, Canadian Pacific or Great
Northern railroads at the vtry lowest
Tho Kurlington route is generally con
ceded to be the finest equipped railroad
in tin worid for all classes of travel.
We might toll you more about One
Minute Cough Cure, but yoit probably
know that it cures a cough. Every one
does who has used it. It is a perfect
remedy for coughs, colds hoarseness.
It is an especial for children, being
pleasant to take and quick in eurim,.
C. G. Huntley, drguist.
A beautiful woman must lie healthy,
nnd to remain healthy nml beautiful
she should take Dr. J. II. McLean's
Slrengihing Cordial and Wood Purifier.
It imparts tone and flush to the skin,
vigor and pure blond; Is equally adapted
for h'I sites, from Ihe bntie to the nged,
of either sex. For s.ilo bv C. G Huntley,
To (iond Ti-inpliirs.
Do you know that Moore's Revealed
Remedy is the only patent medicine in
the world that does not contain a drop
of alcohol; that the mode of preparing
it is known only to its diicover; that it
is an advunco in the Science of medicine
without a parallel in the nineteenth
century; that its proprietors -offer to
forfeit '1,000 for any case of dyspepsia
it will not cure?
Appetite and sleep may be improved,
every part of the syBtem strengthened
and the animul spirits regain their
huoyanev by the use of Dr. J. II. Mc
Lean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood
Purifier. For sale by C. G. Huntley,
One 4-year-old mare, weight 1250 lbB.
Address Lock Box 354, Oregon City. 2t
Red Seal Barsaparilla is not a
Cure-all, but it is a good spring
medicine. The formula is tho best
one we know of, selected from many
famous ones and we can recommend
it in all cases where a Blood Puri
fier is required.
C. Q. HUNTLEY,
Oregon City, Or.
in writing Paper always indicates
high quality stationery and is
never found in cheap goods.
Every sheet of our M. & II. line
has its watermark; and each style
we carry 20 varieties has its
individual and appropriate work.
Did you ever notice it? If not we
have a sample book free for every
We have all the items necessary
to complete the assortment for the
writing desk gold Pens steel Pens
sealing wax inks erasers, etc.
We make a specialty of Copper
Plate Printed visiting cards.
Huntley'8 Book Store.
Our Groceries aie Fresh
and of the best quality.
In Prices we meet
GARY & WISSINGER.
Let me have a trial order.
Freight and parcels delivered
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE.
. swnti'ic Ji- j-wess;
preparation of .
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I .nr ii vii t. IV hTA
t old m the IieatlTTvi . I'V
andSoreEyes.lt L ' . Va
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RrrWMRt.TTFMl':'.:""V V '
UNPLEASANT BREATH.1 '.. Z
For Rale by C. G. Huntley.
THOS. CHARMAN & SON.
The Pioneer Store.
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directly nd Indirectly, liy people who cannot do their own figuring, write their ow
letters, or keep their own book; and who do not know when businesand legal papers
which they rourt handle every day arc made out correctly. fWM these things, and
much more, wo teach (.'lomiiv-'i'v.
Hundreds of our graduates are In good positions, and there will be openings for
hundreds more when tiiie-i improve. Xav Is the time to prepare for them. Besides, a
business education Is worn nil It cosM,r oru' own ute. Send tor our catalogue, to
learn tchat tnd hint! we leach. Mailed tree to any address.
Portland Business College,
A. P. Armitronc, Prln Portland, OregOn. J, A. Wesco, Secretary.
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.
SOHWAN & PUTROW.
FOR ASTORIA-FAST TIME.
Steamer Bailey Gatzert
Leaves foot of Alder st., Portland.
Leaves Portland daily, except Sunday, 7 A. II.
Leaves Astoria daily, , except Sunday, 7 P. II.
Tug Ilwaco from Ilwaco connects at Astoria with Gatzert every
night, for Portland. Tickets of all other lines good on Gatzert.