t Oregon City Enterprise. Publialied Every Friday. CHAS. MESKRVK, PPBLISIIKH AND FBOPRIKTOH. UB8CRIPTION RATK8, l 00 1 ) One year, Bl monihn, Trial lulwvrlvtton two mouths. A dlwonrt o( JOeenta on H sutwcrtptlona for en year, X cute lot tix montha, U paid In dTnc. AJreriisIni ratea itten on application. tntered al the Poat Office In Oron Clty.Or., m secoud claaa mailer. FRIDAY, JULY 12. 1895. AGENTS FOR THE ENTERPRISE. Bearer Creek, Canby, Glarkaniaa, Mllwaukie, Fnioa Milla, Meadow Brook. New Era. Wtlaon villa, Park Place, Qladotone, SutToni, Hullno, -Carua, Holalla. -Marquam, ButtevUle Aurora, OrTille, EaRle Ctffk, Damascus, Randy, Kalmbn, Cunrinsville, Clierryville, Marmot, Pr. T. B, Thomaa Goo. Knight , A. Mather Oscar A Wltniter O J. Triillliirier Chas Holtnan W. 8. Newhorry . Houry MiU'y F. U RiiMeU T. M. Crona J. O. . C. T Howard R. M. Cooper Anule Stiibh. E, M. Hartman B Jennings Ed Muecke L.J Perdue H. Wiltwrn J. 0. Klliott K. OiKWch Mrs. W. M. Mclntvre Geo. J. Currin Mrs. M. J. Hammer Ailolpb. Asclioll T" The waT to build tip Orepon City Is to sire Oregon City people yonr patronage. A GREAT GATHERING. The second annual assembly of the Will amette Valley Chautauqua Association, now In session at Gladstone Park, is proving all the success that its most sanguine promoters anticipated. The attendance is very good and is rapidly increasing each day. With a better acquaintance with the objects and aims of these Chautauqua assemblies, the number attending them will increase each year, as has been theexperienceofthe assem blies in the Eastern states where the daily attendance runs up into the tens of thous ands. The attendance this year has been more than double what it was last year, and the numbers at the assembly next year will sorely be more than double that of this year. The prevailing hard times and the newness of the Chautauqua movement work against the gathering or the great crowds that we shall witness in the years to come. The beauty and convenience of the grounds are universally commented on. The expression is daily heard that a more picturesque and suitable grove could not have been found. The great auditorium, which istlie largest ball in the state, meets every requirement. Its acoustic properties are perfect, those in the back hearing the speakers as clearly as those to the front. Its seating capa city is such that it will fill all needs for years to come. The transportation facilities are all that could be desired. There are but few assem blies in the United States that can be so readily reached from the centers of popula tion as can this assembly. The railroads, electric cars and boats, are giving a splendid service, and people encounter no delays in reaching the grounds from all points in the state. The service is such that from Oregon City and Portlaod thirty minutes is the longest period one has to wait to get trans portation to the park during the entire day and until late at night. OUR GOOD ROADS. The road work for this season has about closed. The general report is that there has been more work done on the roads in Clackamas county this year than In any previous year, and more than was ever done In any five years under the old system when each man worked out his road tax as he saw tit. The good results of having a road en gineer to superintend the road work of the county is very apparent. The improvement of the roads is now carried on in a system atic manner in strong contrast to the slip shod methods employed under the old su pervisor system. Grade stakes are set and the foremen work to them as on railroad construction, thus causing a saving in the expense of making grades and fills fully enough to pay the engineers salary; for the mistakes were many when the eye alone was depended on to give the proper grade. A number of the main highwavsof Clack amas county are now getting to be in fair condition to travel, and the county tan boast of several miles of graded roads equal to any in the older states and which it will require but little expense to keep them in permanent repair. The $22,XiO that have been spent on the roads of this county this season have been used in a judicious man ner, and made to go as far as possible, and if the county can do as well for the next live Years as in the past two rears we shall have a syKtern of roads not equalled by any county in the state. The electrical industry in this country 's but seventeen years old, yet there are over $l,fjOO.000,)0 of capital invested in it. The greater part of this immense investment has been made since 1SK, when the electric mo tor was proved to be a success. Within the last five years Oregon City has grown to be one of the great electric centers of the Uni ted States, and there is now invested In this city nearly 1,000,000 in this great indus try. With the present growtli this immense sum wiil he doubled within the next five years, making Oregon City one of the great est electric centres in the world. With the Chautauqua and the circus to each draw a crowd, Oregon City will have about all the people that can be handled next Monday. It is probable that the day H ill witness one of the largest crowds ever jteen in this city. Willi a " Chautauqua'' has become a very common word in Oregon City within the last year, yet there are many who fall to give the correct pronunciation to it. Chit auqua and Chat a-qua are t wo of t he rankest pronunciations heard. The word Is de rived Irom the Iroquois Indian language, and is the name of a lake in New York, on the shores of which the II rat assembly was held, and from which the great educational gathering took its name. As given by the authorities it Is pronounced as though spelled She-tan-qiia, soft sound of i and short e in the first syllable with the accent ol the word on the second syllable. It you want to be up to dnte be rnretul of your pronunciation of this much abused word. I Evkky day the urgent need of better hole facilities Is becoming more apparent In Ore gon City. A large number of people visit our city who ate willing to pay for good ac commodations when they can be secured. The conspicuous absence of these facilities drives many people to Portland who would otherwise preler to remain here. Hundreds of people throughout the state, who have business at Portland, would prefer to spend a portion ol the time here if they could only secure proper accommodation. Especially is the urgent need of better hotel facilities noticed, when great conventions and gain eringsassemble In the city, and by all means Oregon City should have a first cliiss hotel by another year. Coos county has taken up the good roads movement, and proposes to have some roads that are passable at all seasons of the year. The county has undertaken the improve ment of one of Its main highways with coal ashes, having an abundance of that mate rial on hand. The ashes are to be put on eight feet in width and one foot deep, and cost by contract 75 cents per ton. These ashes are said to make a firm and lasting road bed, and in a coal producing county like Coos is a comparatively cheap material. The movement for good roads is growing all over the state, and before many years Ore gon will have a system of highways equal to any state in the Union. That great class who expect to get some thing for nothing will meet itli the usual disappointment that befalls them when they try next Monday to get away with the shell and other enticing games of chance that live of! the suckers that are to be found in every crowd that frequents a circus. The fool and bis money are soon parted, and they do it mighty soon when they tackle any of the numerous games that hang after a circus. It is estimated that 300,000 persons will leave Xew York fur Europe the present year. About (W,000 will go first class, 40,ei0 second class, and 200,(100 in the steerage. The total expenditure, not including pas sage money, is roughly placed at 100,tfl0,-000. so luckily. Some, In truth, were brave enough to hid their money under me bertha ami In hatriwks and boldly to Ml the robber that they were poor. Theie Is something myslsrloua how one man, and even two or three, can corral a train load of passengers and have every one quietly sub mit. Twenty years ago had this thing hap pened there would have been some shoot ing, not hy one man alone, as In the case or the brave California sherUf a few months ago, but many would have taken part in protecting their property and lives. One reason that an occurrence such as this can and does actually take place, is because people do not carry firearms as In former days; but the question may be seriously asked whether or not Individual bravery is as great now as then. It docs seem incredi ble that no resistance was In any way shown the robbers, or that there was no one brave enough to refuse the demands of the brigands. COl'NTY TKKAM HKS'S KKIMKT. SPIRIT OK THE TRESS. The car load of gooseberries shipped east from Salem, of which mention was made recently in the Northwest Pacific Farmer, is reported as a glowing success, they hav ing sold for about seven cents, while the same class of berries were selling in Portland at from one to two cents. The large goose berries of the Northwest were a revelation to those people who have been in the habit of drawing their stomachs up to tit the little gooseberry of the East. "Distance lendsenchantment to the view'' of reservation lands. The Tillamook Head light says the people of that county made no etl'ort to take up the Sileu territory. Tbey knew It too well. It is only to those far away that these reservations take on the semblance of a promised land. According to Sam Jones it is a disgace to be poor, says the Sheridan Sun. Sam bas probably chucked the money he has " col lected'' from the poor into a " bucket shop" somewhere, and feels bound to stand in with the ".noiiy changers" a type of the same fellows that Christ whipped out of the temple. Bicycling is becoming populareven among the great men, Bays the Koseburg Kevicw. Col. Hofer, of the Salem Journal, and Mary Ellen Lease, general manager of the state of Kansas, are devotees of the wheel. Col. Alley would ride, but the only highway down at Florence is the Siuslaw river, and for once greatness is bulked. Municipal reform is receiving attention from every part of the country, and (level nients will be received with Interest. The Portland Telegram says; Omaha is in the throes of a reform movement that really promisee to produce reform. Prominent citizens boldly declare that the municipal government is rotten, and that they propose to raze party lines in the effort to purify it. Whether they will be able to accomplish this remains to be seen, but that they will have uphill work is quite evident. Some little time ago the citr treasurer confessed that he was a defaulter. It seems that he had been In the habit of advancing city funds to any of the officials who happened to be in pressing need of a little assistance. One official whose term would expire in about six months had drawn his salary twenty-two months in advance, or sixteen months after his Urm would expire. In spite of all this the council would not depose the treasurer, and when he finally resigned it would not confirm any of the mayor's appointees to the position. At last public sentiment reached such a state that the al dermen came to time and confirmed the last name sent in. Now the people think there is need for a great reform in munici pal allairs, and some 1000 of the leading cit izens are trving to bring ubout this reform. Their work will be watched with interest hy the betrayed people of every corruption ridden municipality in the country. These train robberies on the Southern Pa cific and other western railroads are get ting quitte loo common, says The Dalles Chronicle. The facts in every case are nearly the same-twoor three men stopping a passenger train running at full speed, and compelling the engineer, fireman and con ductor to do their bidding. One of them en tered the car and made the engineer, fire man and a tramp assist him in robbing the passengern. The occupants gladly com plied with the request to disgorge their val uables, and felt happy at having gotten off Kor the Ytar Emllua July 1st, lmtt. UKSKHM. rt'ND. To cash on hand last r,Ktrt " " saloon license ii ii iHvr license ' " peddlers license, it rm ii ii terry license " " trial fees circuit court .1 II .1 ciuily " " fines J. P. court .... " " tines circuit court.... " " reporter's fee, clr't o'l " " Issuing executions " " habeas corpus " " fees in probate (guar dian) " " paneracct. Multno mah county " " from county assessor, pills '!H " " collection OregonCity and special tax " " fees of county clerk . " " ' comity recorder " " " county shenll' " " warranto! Clackamas eo. Irom Marlon co. " from tax ol I Mr.' and prior ' " l-tu " " cost on tax " " tax of '!M " " state polls with lax lH. V.l.Ml .15 lot 00 100 Ul II II no IX 00 !l 00 Ml 1)0 10 OH 10 00 17 ftO u uo 1 70 ION Oil JI7 oo IS to 1.XU !tt iT.Sil ?0 MS 7," :w ui l.'Us H.M :ct7o mi lii!) M S-! I'd I.T7A 00 Total. '.1S71 11 or.Mr.KM. Ft'KII. I'H. Hy cush transferred to indigent sol diers' fund . . -JOOOO " transferred to contingent fund -MO 10 " Irnii.lrrred to CO. school fund'!H MiZ't " translerred to CO. school fund 'llo 1M0 f.' " transferred to stalo tax . If-' Ml !: " redeemed county warrants ;B1 7 " balance 7.VU W Total IMX74 Of CANCELLED C0P3TY WARRANTS. UK. To amount on hand last report. . . -$,jr4:i M " received during the y'r IM.'H Total received $41471 t7 en. By cancelled co. warrants turned to clerk $11471 H7 Total UI7t 7 TATS TAX rCSt). I'M. To cash ree'd from tax of 1H . . $:tl.'U 72 " transferred from gen. fund 11' 10 !i Total . I1.KI7I IW H. By cash remitted to state treasurer l.M7l (is Total $1.W4 Of CONTINOKNT ri'ND. IK. To cash tranferred from gen. fund LO0 00 Total f.'OO 00 en. By redeemed contingent fund war rants 1"0 On By balance loo 00 Total 200 00 BILLS RECEIVABLE. 1R. To notes on hand last report $1040 00 To interest due on same 210 20 To Marlon county warrant Ml XI To interest due on same 4 M Total ll.TJO 00 CM. By bills receivable on hand l.'W) Of) Total 1.120 Oil COUNTY SCHOOL FUND. DR. To cash on band last report fl l.'tlft Wl " from state treasurer 0711 1H " from tax of 1WH 1.12!) 44 " transferred from gen. fund 104 203 2.r " transferred from gen. fund 1895 4,r)10 02 " from sale of estrays 1 ofl " from tax of 1M 2.W.15 02 Total .'i21lll 77 ;h. By redeemed county superintend ent's warrants ird'JlW 71 By balance Hxl Ot) Total f.Wl lO 77 INSTITUTE M'Sn. mi. To cash on hand last report 76 " from co. superintendent's Ices l:K) 00 Total : !f.'l77 75 I H. By cash paid to co. superintendent $220 00 By balance 151 75 Totul. $.'177 75 HO AH Ft' Nil, in:. To cash on hand last report $50M 47 To road warrants on hand last re port 2702 13 To cush from tax of '03 5.11 70 " road prill of '! 203 00 " tax of '111 H2 50 " road poll ol 'lit 270S 00 " " sec. stale 5 per cent. J. S. land sales . 317 07 1NIMOKNT lOI IUKHS1 HI' Ml, I'll. To cash on hand lust report $ HI 23 " transferred from gen'l fund 200 00 Total I'.Hl 2.1 IK. By redeemed Indigent soldier war rant ijh . Ml 113 By balance Total... $'.VI 23 OMKUON CITY rt'NIt. mi. To cash received from tan 'U3 $ 03 40 To cltv warrants, tax '03 . 35 07 To cash fnini tax '14 I0.'3 OS To city warrants, tax '!4 121 '7 32 Total 3iHH n7 IK. By cash paid city treasurer $!i2tl III Hy city warranty p'd citv treasurer 714 30 By Cost collecting tax '03 'J Ml Hy balance, cash 7S3 iw By " city warrants . ... .. Hid W Total $;UHS t7 "What higher aim ran man attain ' Than oommeat over bumaa paluf" DR. J, H. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL LINIMENT IS THE CREATEST CURE OF PAIN. It la a thorciiKtily n llnlilr rm dj for the cure: of CUTS, UKNS, SPRAINS, LU M BC6, Ul A h at n C OlO toils, ITCH. PAINS, SCA104. aauisis, a i n t r l, a NEURALGIA. Chafed kin, scald head, RHEUMATISM. Also for the varioua dim-aura or llorwa and. Cattle. Price tte, Ooc and tl.uiper botlla. IUEDK.J. II. Mcl KAX UKDH'I.VK CO. HT. I.OI'H. MO. Tor tale hv C. U . Huntley, ilrugviHt. Teas Coffees Spices Baking Powder Great Eastern Tea Try a Sampli' Order The finality is tho essential thinj with housekeepers in Inly ing these accessories to good cooking. l?y giving yonr order to John A. Moehnke, Oiegon City agent, you get tho bust goods at the lowest prices. Office Weventli Ht., oppoHlte depot. DA VIES Til Ii PHOTOGRAPHER, Received a gold inediil and diploma at St. Louis Convention of Phot ogra juts, lS'.l-I. Third and Morrison Streets, Portland, Oregon. New GoodH Modern Prieew. Qorner Grocery. Complete etock of Fine Family Groceries, Try my extra Choice Tea.ass Richard Freytag. Main and Fourteenth Streets. rrrs'eiw'ivM Total iLIKilft 0.1 CK. Hy redeemed road warrunts $l!il.ri0 Tl Hy balance lU'WIS 21 annua ..rrciBX - E. McNeill, Receiver. TO THE EHST Gives tho choice of TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL TEZ O XT IF JEZ 5E5 GREAT UNION NORTHERN RY, PACIFIC RY. VIA VIA SPOKANE DENVER Minneapolis OMAHA AND AND ST. PAUL. Kansas City. Totul fc-TOlS !.'! HI'KCIAI. BCIIOOI, TAX KM. I)H. To rash on liand I lift report $,".7I !w " from tux of 'Ifl xhk 42 " " " ol l.tii!) ik Totul IIIIM! or, I'H. By cash paid various school clerks 'M"2H Wl " for collection of '1M tax . . . 15 IK) By balance 6'MH ! Total $1-Ki85 05 Low Rates to all Eastern Cities. OCEAN STEAMERS Leave Portland every five days for AND FRANCISCO. For full details call on or ad dress, W. II. IIUItLBURT, Gen. Passenger Agent, . Portland, Or. H Qfep City Hospital... jj ...GLADSTONE PARK... Conveniently of aoi-ens and jileuHatit located. Free from the noine mid dust of the city. Skillful mirxeH niut every con veil ience of a firnt A 1 1 ... 1 flllHH IIUHjllUU. Ample room that jiutientH may have quiet- j H0HH aim rem. rjieciui wnun for ladies, Servici-H of tliu lie.it jihyHieiitus of tho county in attendance. TICKMH NICAHONAIILK. Address, MISS M. E. LIIBKER, SUPT. jj OWKtJO.N CITY. OH. . . - - , j n 1 5 1 1 "V i V f ijj ptate Iquraqce (Jo, SALEM, OR. jv'.T.Al!r!ffl O ' . . ,1 . 1 1 1 IHHUi'S III'' IIHIM noerai 1 : 1 r 1 1 ; jidlicy of any Cnnipany doin; iMi Jlfli1' iHiHiiH-MH in tlio raeilio .ortli ; Anclrow c. Maiston, Aat. Ort'iriti City, Or, Oregon City Enterprise THE LEADING PAPER. CSewIej Kaculncj Ami all Aemaorlea. White, Standard Ana Olhrra, F. H. Lechler & Co., Z.t Klr Hi reft, Cur haliiiuii. F. R. CHOWN, . Ulllll IH Hardware :--: and Stoves. II 1 Flrit Hlrei't, l'nrilaml. Or. fIkbeTjTbIeedcn FURNITURE Carpets, Shades, Lace Curtains, Portieres, etc. 174 Firnt itrwt, 175 Front atreet. OLDS & KING Offer Iltut HKigln" CAPES AND... f JACKETS' .1th & WHuhlnalon ala. HlimU llookn OltlceHuwillea smart k Tioijsoa Cofflpanr. Booknelleri i Kiiitlmiorn. li niul 'SH Murrlnou Nlrui t. I'urtlHiiit. TITLES Abstract Anil Kiiaranueil tij m Title Guarantee & Trost Co. (Jhniiilier ol Com iihtc Hiillillna. Ji I il K II. WAKNKR'S Moclia ColTee Parlors Ml Tlilnl KlrcH, Opj Cor. 1 my 'llieutre liKHr I5c MEAL I IN -TOWN. No i:iillllMi. Klllilnyc(1 ! LADIES' W" iM, Switches ! si ml li;uirH. , Iki ( leiiis wigs. lii-t our I'rliti'ti. I'ums H;ii r Sloro a WnaliiiiiiliiU Hi, 11 alora 111 I'tlro PAINTS AND OIL Anil Urncrul IliiilUliig Mnt'trlnl. S, E. Cornor Hr-1 and l-tiirk Hlro.'t. Oppo.itu l.iiil'l and Tlllon'a llnnk. The L. & Z. Swett Co., New and Haennd Hand, Furniture, Carpot, Bedding and Stovei. 201 A 20.1 Front, 20'J Taylor Ftn. At the hunt landing. Rraitnn A InPtllPr Dr. E. C. Brown Pp'scription 'liru'iriHls l.l ami Main L Family & Country Trade Solicited . Llpian, Woire k Co. Bjry... Third A Wahllitnn. Eye ad Ear Surgeon. himI Kuriit.hrd llltl Flrnl .lic.'l Roberts Bros., Dry Goods Ha Third SL LEADEfla OF LOW PHI0E8. BUYERS The names of the Portland (West Side) Business Houses hero given are for reference and guid ance of country and suburban buyers. They aro rfllinr recommended as relia- bUlLlLi bio firms to deal with, r ? Hill KAMONA lnavea Orpunn City a A M. 1 and 6 i. M. I'ortlanJ 7, 11:30 A.U.andr.M. F.ASTMIHK KI.KCTK1C OA IIS. Uave Portlund and Oregon city every 40 m lumen from 7 A. II, B00kS and TcTTuJmnS Stationery GROCER. ATpilIin 1 Third St. UiLLo. Fine values in d and Alder Sta. Teas & CoffeCS. Finest Photos E. H, Moorehonse k Co SIPerDoi.at WALL PAPER Mesarvey's Momdliigs, Gallery. f w ,,P. ,,. , 0. Broshcs. Etc. lG'lJ Third H. MS Aider Street. John S. Mct'k Co, loka liotiRht, 82 Sixth St, clillM(,((1 ut Pliotographio it tho Maoio Lantern Old Book Store supplies. wyz;w- Newert TUIma ymm VAnll Dinar. Onffn. toanr ehoridnte yail rapci llouia m'le pica and Prices tO Suit The nrCnTml milk ' tho times la Irom hit riinoli. U10 MIULB. Dlun)r rom t M l cnnrleld A Morgaa p. m., 2r,centa. llii Third St. 228 Wftthlmitnn ilreet Send lor Smnplea bet, lKtnud 2il Jno L Cline Watch Maker. 221 First Street. All work flr.t rln Prices LoW. Denver Kitchen. r.-i m. t ir)r nn K.ilti tJt '.'-..'S Firnt s? !-'e! Ni"ir Salmon. UW. I - ( ! t Punk M!'r. I'd. llic r.Liuk I'.ook M.ikcr.f. Cor. Front and St tt rk . LADIES snurnsu LUNCHEONS lMurrl oust , Hardware A very it Co. 82 Third St Near Oak. POTTER, Artintio Photographer. Klr.l Ht. Photos $1.50 per 'MS. Ko(lk Work. Royal Restanrant 253 First St., Whero car stops The best place for a good meal. KeiiHonableprice OheiipoHt phicefor Picures, Frames, Artist's Materials. JieriiHtein's Art Store. 307 WaHiilinrHin HI., lli'twiwn till & Oth Good Wages To Hook Cnnranaor. aiMrrrw with rnlrrtinoi.. Pacifiio Baptist I'ortltiuit, Stark St. llcstiiunmt H. Stein & Hopfer Co.. ItKOI'KNKD Good table Board, Host Meal in City lfiu. Wliite help employed. 232 Stark Street, Portland, Oreion FOR SALE OR TRADE. House and two acres near Park Place. J. K. GROOM, Oregon City, Or.