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Oregon City Enterprise.
SCHEDULES OF TIME
Mlomimr RAMON A,
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ml ltavta Drrimii Clly lur Hatim 7 :1ft A. M.
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I.av liiit.'i'endiMiin :io A M and Hnlrm 7'4A
A M mul liri'Knn t:uy MM H M. lur Port
Uml Mouday, Wudni'iulay mill Friday.
Fan lima, good iTuin(Kliliiin mul low mli'i.
No way fruliilil liaiKl lJ. Hpnulal raUia on
California Kmrt'M (llirniiirlil 7 III a 111.
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dona to tliii CluukiiuiuH. Iiitli.'lutry to he
luitcliiiil (ml ami ki'it till of (Im iroHT
rIm lu In turned into thu rlvem. Mr.
fluhhurd left fur Mnlio lit nt Momluy.
Tlu IIhIi cijiiiiiiIchIoii hail Prud'Huor
Kvuriiniii liivoNtigiilii I lie Hiiuk river
IlINt IIIIIIIHT Id UMI'CTlulll H lllTII it WOlllll
I Ml lllllnt d'HHilllu lU M'IMIr) II Mil )v o
hhIiiioii t'lfU", uml lit) ri-roinnii'iHli'il llio
point above iiii'iitiiincil, Mr. Hubbard
Mlllvlnit tin-in till mul will n-rt tu
Hid (oiniiilhHiiiii, wlil 'h im roimliliTD the
bent ilar for lila iii-rul lonrt, taking into
conNiiliiiiitlun tin) illHlmicu from the rail
nil, WRtr Riiiily for hatching mid thu
funlitlca for aenirliiK flh,
Kii.m Kkhkhvatium. Tim ri'iiinlcr anil
receiver of the Oregon Cliv lund ollice
received ullli liil niililli'Mtinn Uat Monday
that tliH luml of the Hilel. rowrvHticm in
Micoidanri) with tliH prcHiilnil'i prucla
IIIHtiilll Ihhikm) iIih Klili of My, will ho
(M)iii)il (or wlilrinciit uinli'r IIih Hiiitutory
iriviitiii ri'i iit-iJ, nt rihI mUir llu) hour
of 12 u'i loi k, noun, l'nelllciiUmluril lime
ul Urn ITilli iluy of July, H'X. The in
ntriK'tiMDH i;ive any audi'tr nfi'iipying
any of IhfiHi lnniU fur nli)(iouN or eilu
calloniil work alining tnu Iinliium, any of
thi IiiihIn in thin Hxri'i-iiii-iil cinloil, rIihII
Iihvo the r t 1 1 1 for two yearn from the
(lulu of the r.ilidrutiuii ol tliia ukiimiiiiitiI
within which to piirrhuw the luml ao
im i iiipIimI ill tho rati) of 1! 50 per acre,
I he Name to he conveyed lu ntiih Nocicty
or orKHiii.ittioii hy patent, All appli
cantH for luiula iiiiihI huvt llie ijii.iliflcii
tiona of a li'imoalcudur, anl at I lie time
of nukiiiK liia original entry, inimt pay
tho Riun of .M) ceiitR mt acre In uililiiion
to the feca now reipiireil hy law, uml at
the lime of iniikiiK II mi I proof pay I he
fnrlher mini of (1 per acre, which proof
inii-t lie inailr within five yearn fiom
dale ol entry, Mliowinc threeyeurf actual
ri'Hiileuce mi the luml enlereil. Mineral
ami town Hit,) ei.teiiea w ill Iju nimle in
1 ll K MAIM.
Mallirlmo riiiiir Ncirih, i in., II p in , a p ni
Ualla rlom giilnt Hoiilli, V . in., 6.4.'i p. la.
aiiiR RiicTRa. I accoriliiine willi the iieiiernl I mm appli-
(irraoii C4C In I'nrilan.l over Ka.l Hl4 Itall- j , i .I.,,,.,.,.. iM a,!,!!.;.,,. ... ,i, ,lul1i
may. Iiav U .11 I', U. ami 1MI I' M . arrlvra 1 ""lu " aililltlnll 10 tilt) IIHIlnl
II 5 A. M ami 4hu P. M l arrlra 'iwtlml. : ulllilayitt requireil of mineral, home
Kolnru, MmlHIilu.aamly am Illlilan4 ruutra i , ,
wall. ,teai uml town niht applicHiitR,
iirraim CllyloKly.l'anii. Milium. Liberal ami ' nillnt lie otin Rimini llml tlie ai.nli uul
U,,lalU ii.,t.i l-i an anil MrrU'wa al I'J III. I . 11
lirr.ni I lly in llravnr Criu-k, Mink, (Mark.1
MraUnw lirin'k, Ciiiini Mllla, ami Cultcm, leavea j
4 a a. ni. Mumtay Vtmliirxlay and Vt day
... I.,l... 14 lln Mi
Or,'K..n (41y In Viola, U.n anil )iUlani 1 lrtllintit.ll llllll'il May 111, 1 Sil.r . prior to 12
Iravra Orffiin I lly Momlay nninowlay anil , ,1i..i.m,i,
v., i.u , ... u i i ...iu vi. .I ,i. : v l-i"1 a
uul imt enter upon ami occupy any por
tion of the IuiuIh ilcMcrihu.l ami ileclured
open toai'ltleini'iit in he irciiileiitaproc
8iu;tKHiriiii LiccTiiiiK. F. A. I'alken
burn, Head CoiihuI of the Woodmen of
the World, delivered a moat Intereating
puhllc ailraR In Hhlvely'a hall laat Hut
tirduy rilKht. Aa the lecture had been
poRiponed for one evening, the attend
ance waa not an large aa it would other
wine huve been, yet twenty-two new
memhera were added to the lixle. Mr.
FHlkoiihurn la doin good work for the
order wherever he u'X'i and larK) ad
dition to the lodges are reported from
IIonehurK, Kuienu( Corvallia and other
placea where he haa lectured. At Balem
he lectured Thurnday and Friday even-
inuR which renulted In the adilition of
1(17 new ineinliera. Ilia Kuturday nlxht
lecture wan the rcniilt of adding twentv
two new memhera to the On-gon City
loiln, which addeil to the membcrnhip
of 104, ifiven lodge I'M ntron, niakinx
it rank along with the workmen in Ore
Junioh Kndkavoh Uai.lv The Firnt
Congreiiiitional church waa crowded
Sumlay morning with a more than
usually Interented congregation, the
occanion being rally of tha Junior
CIriHtiun Kndeavor 8Kdetiea of Portland
rejirenented by aome GOO membera of all
deiiomiiiiitionn. The boy'a brigade,
umlcr Captain Klmhall, wna alao prea
ent. The meeting wan prenided over by
Mm. W.I). I'uliuer, the event of mont
intercut on the progrumme being an ad
dreiin by Uev, J. W. Cowan, I). D., ol
the Oregon City Congregational church,
who in the father of the Junior Kndeavor
movement in America. Heporta of the
work were given by the RUerinU)ndent
of the dillVreiit aocietiea prenent, and a
abort addrean, made by Uev. George '..
Wallace. Songa in both KngliHli and
Chinene were rendered by aome young
Ciiinexe women praent. much to the
interval of the children.
Iff wa re of I m ponf era.
J. M. Graham, who kecpa the funil-1
tureareon Main atreet, Oregon City,
la the authorized agent to noil the moili-
cine known and named Native llerbn, '
the Great lilood Purifier and Liver Ueg
ulutor. J. C. Camphki.l,
Idien hair trimmed in the latent
Htyle at Hloper'a bariier ahop.
The U.S. Dispensatory
17 u) A. H
Urrgiiu t'ltv- Clarkea Milllno Mail Home,
noon, the 2'iih day of July, 1ki.".
Tiik 1U mow Toll Koaii It imitated
tlmt United Slntea Attorney Murphy, in
reaponae to a petition died with him
lavea Ori Knii ( ll y I'. O. liulliling hI H A. aume time nince, ia muking preiiura'ioiin
M. Mniiilav, VV.iifiily mut hiiduv Ion, . . ,
Heaver t'reek, ( luikea. Mca.luw Ur.H.k, j t0 o'"i'lii:e a unit to eject thu Mount
t nlon Milla ami Miillim. Hood fi Harlow Koad I'ompanv from
IW "mZuTI, I t'r-''" 'v.. and will ulao
M., ( luikea I.' iioiiii, ami llraver Creek : P. I ultend to the caKen of any trcfpaNneia on
M., Tue.l.v, Tliiir-nlav mm r;i"'lv. ,e Hull Hun rem-rve, in accordance Willi
A riimfiiriiilile euv niliog hack, laen- '
ger rulea eenaniiahl. " ai't of congiean of March 8. 1.KIII, uml
Mm all pan el, curru-n, iu cen id em. tlie report of tipecial Agent Morrimm. The
HoAD Im'HOVKXK.M. The people liv.
ing along the Canbv and Phelpa road
have diapl.iyed a commendable public
Hpirit in the iinmeiiM) amount of work
now being done on that thoroughfare,
The uppropriuiion waa not miflicieat to
defray the vxpenxe of putting the road
in good condition. The county ia aup
plying the owJer for blowing out the
ntumpn and the citizenn are donating
their work, doing tho grading with
volunteer woik. The improvement in
iimler the anperviHion of L. I). Shank
the road foreman of that dintrict, and i
Miiooth and excellent grade ia being
made. It ia the intention tu gravel the
road next year, and if the riidentn in
other Heeiionn dixplnyed the aame enter
pi ice it would lie but a abort time, until
Clackiimaa county would have excellent
Any onlcr left ailli
rait mini to.
me w III lie prumi'tly
J. ,M. ( I MMiaoa.
FUIDAY, JUNK 7, lH'.U,
OiiKUoii 1'ioNKKii Hki'nios, Notice
han been received at thin ollice I hat the
arrungeiucntH and program of t lie Ore
gon l'loueer Antocintion, wliicli con
vnenat the A. O. U. W. hull iu Port
land, Friday, June lltli, I S'.iS huve
taien completed. The Murinu buuJ
will fm tiinli the muaiu: liev. 1. It.
(Jray of i'orJand, will conduct tho de- j informed attorneya in tliin city that tl
headiuartera of ihia toll road company
ia at Oregon City, ttnd they obtained
poacHfHnioii of the road in IStil), and re
oiganixed again in 18S:. The membera
of the company aie S. I). Cohnaii, of
Sumiy, Mm. S. M. MeCown, of Oregon
City, W. S Moore, of l.inkHvllle, and S.
P. I.ee, of Portland. It ia claimed the
company are taking in barely enough for
j the exMine ol keeping tho road in re
pair and paying the toll gate keeper for
Ina aervicea. It ia the oiiin.on of well
fotional KiM-vicea; Hon. illiaui lull-, goveininunt cannot invalidate the claim
loway of McMiimville. will deliver the j of an old catiihlixhed mad like this one,
annual addreaa. Hon. T. T. lieer of Mai:
leay, the oceaaionul addreaa. After tho
above exerciaea the annual buaittean
meetiiig will take place, and by amend
ment lu the onatitution laat year, all
perHonn arriving In Oregon prior to Feb
ruaiy Nth, IKjtf, the ditto of adinlHtdon
to the I'nion na a Ntate, may hecume a
meniher of the u'Mociution. The pioneei
ludiea of Portland cordially Invite all pl
oneera and Indian war veteratia In good
standing, to partake o( a collation, which
will he nerved between nix and 7:110
p. m. Tliu wife ur luiwlmnd of a p'otieer,
or the wife of an Indian war veteran ia
entitled to thin collation. After the col
lalion nome npeciul fealuren will he in
troduced ah follown: "The part of wo
iiiun in the pioneer day a," by Mra. Hub
ert A. Miller, of Oregon City, the daugh
ter of a pionrer family ; pioneer remini-
and Widen unlena the road in kept up
by the ntate at great expellee, it would
8' on become impasnablo for the travel
that annually gocn over the rouil, if llie
name nhould puna nut ot the lunula of
ihia conipur.y Thin rond ia a great con
venience to utocknien and imniigrantH,
and it would be much better for all con
cerned (or the road to he conducted an a
toll rond ut prenent, witli the loll placed
at reuminahlu liguren.
Tun Niav Hoaii. I.ut Momlav Hoad
Kngiuter Kinn.iinl went out willi three
viewetn, aa per orders of the county
court, to make a needed change in tho
locution of the Oregon City and New
Km river mud. After a careful examin
ation of the situation, the viewera enme
to the couclii-ioii that the coat would he
too much to make any chunu'e in (lie road
at prenent, aa the new location of the
Hcenen. etc., hy pionecrn and Indian wa road would involve an outlay of from
veterunn, generally, who are requcalod flOOO to 5(VK) and no one knew from
to cointi prepared to take part in a good, whtitnource the money waa to come from.
old fiiMhloned "exatrienco meeting," no Tlie road fund available for tliin purpose
that thoo who may be preHent, who ate would ke a verv little allowing, but a
not piouoera, may know aometliing of ! change in urgently n led, and the
what It required to muke the early 'act- county might save Hotnething in the way
Madk an AssKiNMKNr. Hamilton
Br oh , well known merchanta in thin
city made an alignment hint Saturduy
toC 0. T. Wilhama. Their atock of
meichandiae wan made over April Kith
io jamm mihw ami omen, woo nel.l a
chattel mortgage on the same for fuVlOO
The achfdiilo of liabilitiea foot up (20,'
Hi.ti.t , ni which 1,Mi are duo mer-
chuntn in Portland, San Francinco and
the Kiixt. The anaeta aggregate about
Jli.OOOof which $12.1XX) ia in real estate
incuinlK'rod f ir $S,l!J2; f.I.70jtn tlie store
and mock, mortgaged for its full value,
and $.'!.'0 in nmull notes and accounts,
all of which are held by certain creditois
an collateral security. Thin move gives
all un nee u red creditors an equal share
in the estate, unlena the secured creditors
are given the preference in having their
tleinents of Oregon. Secretary (ieorgo
II. Ilimen will he in bin ollice ut 1MH'U
Klin k ntreet, conntantly, to inane receipts
and hiidgca to ull entitled to them. Tlie
procenaioii will form ut the Hotel Port
land nt one o'clock sharp, and march di
rectly to the A. O. U. W. bull, comer
Hecond and Taylor streets. Carriages
under tho dirc.ioti of tho grand mar
shul, will bo provideil for tlie aged and
of a posnihle law suit hy having some
cluingen made in tnin road. In one
place for a diMtiince of one hundred feet
between the railroad track and the river
tho roadbed in onlv about seven feet in
width, mid should a panning railroad
train frighten a team of horses there in
nothing to prevent them plunging over
the hank into tlie river.
Nkw Incoiipuhation. F. T. Willett
and Fli Stehmun.of Liberal, were in Ore
gon City Momlav. Tliene gentlemen
Ma. IIi'diiabd's Tiiip. Mr. W. F. W'll Heulicn Wright huve filed articles
Hubbard, superintendent of tlie govern- m the conulv clerk's ollice of Clackamas
metit hatchery on tlie Clackamas, bus : county, incorporating tlie Liberal Co-op-been
instructed . by the United States lenitive Association j their capital stock is
flah commissioner to proceed to Idaho , W1"10. divided into shures of $5 each, over
and visit the upper and lower Salmon 1 lri(X) of which is paid up. Tlie object of
fulls on tlie Snake river, and to Weiner 'be association is to engago in a general
and Iiliss with tho object, of making
arrangements for securing salmon eggs
tu supply the Clackamas hatchery. Ho
will huve to arrungo for securing the
eggs, and also for some temporary hutch
ing apparatus to care for them until
they are about eighteen days old, as
the eggs will not bear transportation
nutll the eyes show. Then they will be
merchandise and other business, Tlie
general merchandise store ut Liberal
heretofore conducted by Mr. Willett is
absoibed by the new corporal ion. They
will issue script in payment for produce
100 Kewiird if 100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there in at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
cuturrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure is tlie
only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu
tional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby desttoviug the founda
tion of tlie disease, and giving the
patient strength by building up the con
stiititiun and assisting nature, in doing its
work, Tlie proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers, that they
oner une iiunureu iioimrs lor anv case
thai it fails to cure. Send for list of
Address, F. J. CHENEY, A Co.,
.Sold by Druggists, 75 cents.
Are You (Jolng Fast J
If so, it will pay you to write to A, C.
Sheldon, general agent of the "Burling
ton Home," 250 Washington street,
Portland. Ho will mail you free of
charge, maps, time tables, and advise
you nn to the through rates to uny point,
reserve sleeping car accommodations
for you, and furnish you with through
tickets via either the Northern, Union,
Southern, Canadian Pacific or Great
Northern railroads ut the Very lowest
The Burlington route is generally con
ceded to be the finest equipped railroad
in the world for all classes of travel.
Says Cream Tartar
nhould contain 9'J-per
cent of Puke rotansium
I5itartrate. How often i
do you imagine you get !
911 per cent pure Cream j
Tartar unlesn you buy (
of a reputable urupgiHt? j
It alao Haya ''Cream
Tartar is often purpose-1
ly mixed with Band, !
clay, gypsum, flour, '
chalk, alum and 1'or-'
aHsium Hulnphate." '
It winds up by say- j
ing "the bent Hecurity ;
against fraud in to put-
chase the crystals and i
have them powdered."
While we are not in a i
position to do this, we
do buy the powdered
crystalyB of Powers A
eightman the most
We know we can
ktrunt them, and we hope ;
you know you can trust
C. G. HUNTLEY,
Oregon City, Or.
A carefully Hclected
Btook of Summer
dress goods and
A uplendid selec
tion of Ladies'
A new Stock of late Style Tan Shoes
for Lad I e9', Centlemen and Children.
Latest Shapes in Straw Hats
....MEN AND BOYS.....
For I5icyc'i.-.ts direct
from llie factory, at
prices that defy
Spring and Summer men's suits of the latest
cuts of Cambridge, Oxford
and Poole makes.
French kid Shoes
for ladies and
A full line of groceries
that will compare
in prices with
Thos. Charman & Son.
We carry in stock 70
colors in tube Paints, a
line of artists brushes,
palettes, placques, etc., all
of which we sell at Port
land prices. We would
like to sell you your artists
supplies, and if we haven't
to-day what you want, we
will have to-morrow and
we will do our best to
Huntley's Book Store.
New Caufield Block,
HO YOU NEED f
DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDING,
Or Building Material?
Go to C- H. BESTOlAi-
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 STEEET. OREGON CITY.
Our Groceries are Fresh
and of the best quality.
In Priceswe meet
GARY & WISSINGER.
Let me have a trial order.
1 1 Gr
Freight and parcels delivered
to1 all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE.
FOR ASTORIA-FAST TIME
Steamer Bailey Gatzert
L V ' 'Mr f H x X ' -.
. ox-'wi ,j4'i. ..i u: r-.,,,;,
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 Gatzert pverr
night, for Portland. Tickets of Str. Luriine good on Gatzert.
Everything With the Tlmen.
Rniuliill & Meyer, the dairymen, have
tickets which will enable yon to ptirrluiHe
milk at the rate of 5 cenU per quurt, 01
$1.60 yer month for a quart a day. We
redeemable in merchandise at the store, jruarantee our milk equal to the best.
and which ran be used as a medium of
monetary circulation in the neighborhood.
We have our own place, own cows, and
own team, and are here to stay.
1 mo. Randall & Msykr
AbietincBalsam f '
Cold iii Uie limlr"A i v i25f
and sort EyesTli rJjt,f i
INPIMANT BREATH.' Br, J
Kg? ( i
trMiuainMl I -J V 'J
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
Express Trains leave Portland Daily.
j "J I I North.
So successful and delightful have bee
ii if, p. H.
7:1C P. it.
S. Krancifpo Lt
8:20 a. H.
7.19 A. X.
DINING CAKS ON OOPEN KOl'TE.
Pullman Dufft Sleepers.
the eilects of "Moore's Hevaled Rem- i Second-Class Sleeping Cars
edv" uion the dclicuie ailnienis of AttorhwitoslI through trains.
For sale by C. G. Huntley.
womankind, that this wonderful reme
dy has been railed" Woinun'sFriend."
In a few doses shows womankind its
peculiar virtues for their ailments. Its
eflectH are gentle, soothing and uniform
Hundreds of testimonials from ladies
all over the coast bear witness to its success.
Sold br all driiKk'Uls.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
House and two a res near Park
J. K. GROOM, Oregon jCi.tjPjL
KOSEBL'RQ MAIL (Dallyl.
S::)A. m. I
9 HI A. si.
S:.Hl P. M.
Oregon City Lv
1 3:29 r.
I 7 :00 a.
nisi sioe division.
BKTWKGN PORTLAND AND CORVAUJ8.
Mull Train, Pnlly (Except Sundav.t .
At Albany and "orvallln connect with trains
of Oreuon and Pnciflc Railroad.
Kxprem Train iMilv (Except Sunday)
4 AO pTm.'i Lv "Ponland Ar Vi-Mi. u
7:J5p. . I Ar McMinuville Lv I 5:50a.
TO ALL POlNTi IN THK
EASTERN STATES, CANADA AND ECROPJt
Can be obtained t lowest ratea from L B
Moore, Agent. Oregon City.
R.KOEHLEK, K. P. ROGERS,