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Oregon City Enterprise.
VOL 30. NO. 10.
ORIiaON CITY, ORKGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 189';.
Circuit enurt rnnv.nita rirat Mnmla' In No
ToihIxt mill tlilril Monday In Arll,
Probate court III lin flrnl Monday In each
Com mlaalouiirs court meets Brut Wednoadaji
sfltr Aral M i hi it h y nl each month.
"J J r, A. cl. W. HttOI'K,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Vtl I I'lamP. In nil ( (i ir(.
l int Ni'ju luted Tires es milord ml
cmIIhimIii i a l it il.
I 'til w Main Sheet near Set inlli.
A'iToltNKY AT LAW,
Practice. In nil Courts of Hie Hliito.
(MILnln Hunk nf Oregon City Work Willi
I,. I Porter,
Oregon "I ( y . Oregon,
-yr ii. nuiiVNri,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No i a it Y ri in.ii;
CANIIV. .... OltKOON,
Will practice In nil cnurta nf II sale,
lu.uratice written In all leading i'"ln
ianli'a. All irlui ', ii. iiiriil.lioii.
to leou.ua ap "cLUy.
At Kt) !.. HT01IV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
t'patalra opposite Court lliiuaa.
Tltlra eiamlned an') abstracts made. Mnn.y
Loaned, Mortaaea lorerloacd ami i
. general law liu.tiHa.
NOT A It V ITIII.II' mill CONVKYANI KK.
AMati'A T. nr TITI.R mill
i Heal e.uie bandied. Insurance written In
tli Hartford, nl Hartford, I'ala'.lne. Ham
I nn nl lltmuan
YifBre one cxir south of Mclhodl.t Church.
rfy.ACKAMAH AHHTIIACT A Tlil'ST CO.
Allrrta of Clackaniaa county property A apeo
laltA liood work, reaaoiiablo cbarKca,
WrJi guaranteed, til v u a trial I)
U. u.atoureiie, r. r. I'nnauiaou, j, r.
( lark, lilrw liua.
ORdloX ( ItrY,
M H JOMlJanK
I) W RIKNAIRU
JlNNAln A JOHNSON,
CIVIL rWIISKMIS A Mi 81'RVK YOHH.
' Itallwar WcAllon ami roii.trurtliiii, bridges,
plans andle.tlmaiea lor water supply
tiraluage ami street Improvement of towns
Special attention- given in draughting ami blue
W AKKV JV"NH('N'
I I II'VL'II
j.a n r iw
Curlier Ktghl and Main alrceta, Oregon City,
HKAI. KSTATE TUHKI.I. AM)
I MKNKY TO t.f.AN.
. ATTORNEY AT LAW
iai i ur raorRT rriiNiHn,
Ortlca ne 1 1 lo Oregon ( Ur bank ouoth .treet.
KKAI. KSTATE AND IX)AS ACiKNT.
A I'Kxl line of bnalneaa, realileuee ami anbtirliaii
Farm Property lu traela lo an It on oaay termi.
rorre.pnmlenee promiitly anawernl. Oflli'e.
neildiHir to l aiiflelil A lluntletr'i drug atore.
D. 4 It. C LATOt'UKTl l,
COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIS STHKICT. (IMKOON CITY. OSKION.
rurulah Abatranta ol TitieTLon Moaejr, Fora-
Ciuaa MorigitKeB, anil iraii.am ucuciiu
J K. t'KOHB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will Piucmi in All Cochti or tii Stati
Real I lat and Inittrance.
Office on Main Hi met bet. HUth and Berenth,
oaaooN citt, or.
at o'kii.l. a. w. THiiHpaim
j.i iiii. r T oairriTH
O N KILL, IIKDGKH,
THOMPSON t QKIFFITII.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
-O dices In llarkley llnllillni, Oregon City, mid
A 0 I'. W. Temple, Portland.
Ho General Law Uualneaa, Ixian Mouey, I'rge
Foreclose niortKUKo, Trobato practice.
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Will fireclnae mnrt.gea, make nbatraeta. loan
money, aeitle tatatoa an1 fanaact a general
law liu nea.
Omr flrat fl or adjol ilnf Sank of 0 Fgon City,
oari I city, ortaood
i. C. HKOWNKLI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oacc City, Orioon.
Will practice In all the courts of the state. Of
lice, uuit dcHir to Cauflold A llunlley'a drug
oao. o. RINIaaaoN.
Y. . HYDR.
HNKAH80N A IIYDK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will praotloe in all courts of the state.
Office lu Jaxger Building opposite Court House,
Jill- COMUKHCIAL BANK,
OF OftEQON CITY.
Capital, ..... 1100,000
TRANSACTS A ORNRRAL RANRtNO Rt'SINRHS.
Italia made. Hills dlsnountud. Makes col
lections. Huvs and sella oichauge on all points
iu tue i imeo males, r.urone ami Hong Kong.
lleioalta received (ubject to check. Bank
open from V A. M. to 4 r. at.
U. C. LATOt KETTK. Prealdent.
r. K DONALDSON, Caahlor
JJANK OF OUEQCN CITY,
Oldest Banking House In the Cltr.
Paid up Capital, fi0,000.
raRainRNT, - - thor. charman
vicr rHRSlUINT. - a RO. A. MA am NO.
ashirr. - r. a CAtiriRi.D.
AORR. CHAII.RS H. CAUF1RLD.
nural banking bustncKs transacted,
oslts received subjeot to chock,
roved bills and notes discounted.
ut; and city warrants bought.
iiniia iiivig un avaiinoiu Buuuniy
.ichange bomilit ami sold.
Cnllectloiii mnile promptly.
Drafts sold avsllaiilo In any part of the world
Tolcrraplilc exolinugn sold on Portland, Sail
FrannlKCO, 'llilcngo nod Now York.
Intercut paU on time doposits.
ties. Our prices are a study in "Buying Made Kasy." Let your old
furniture follow 1 8'Jfi into retirement, and brighten up your homo for
IH'.MI with our parlor suit fur $18.00.
BELLOMY & BUSCH, thk iiousefurxisiikrs.
V-'f Leading Age
UOYAI. OK I.IVKIU'OOl,, iei Urveat busliieaf In Hie world.
NUKTII llltl TIHII A M , lareat aeta In the world.
Hl'N OK I ON PON, olileat uroly (in Insurance company in the world.
.KTNAOK II AltTK(Htl), larxeatand beat American Coiupany.
CON TINKN TAI. OK NEW YOUK, one of the beat American companies.
AND OTIIKIl KIItHl.CI.AK8 COMI'ANIKB.
Call on m for Mntlnua, anil nlao for Iflottara and Calandara
F. K. DONALDSON',
WET "WEATHER GOODS
Thos. Charman & Son's.
Oregon City, Oregon.
EX EX iyr A RTTNt cqmmercial bank blk,
- ow you Can
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
anil tlio newcomer is making
hiniHolf at home. That'H ritfht;
he'll stay a year and should rnako the moHl
of it. New Year's is the date to think of
home and what's needed to make it lnont
enjoyable. Our stock contains a multitude
of useful hints on this i 11 1. We have the
knack of satisfying buyers. You can't af
ford to bo blind to our furniture opportuni
in Clackamas County.
At Commercial Hank.
Beautiful, unique and servicable.
Sold at very reasonable prices.
When your children need a laxative or stomach
and bowel regulator, buy
Fifty doses lor twenty-five cents. The season for
coldB and coughs is upon us. In order to be pre
pared for an emergency, get a bottle of
Tho best in the market. Price 25 cents. For sale
at the CANBY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
Y. M. C. A. (JV.rl.VAHlL.M.
One HuidM ami riftr-Hlx Names Se
cured For Memhcritlilit.
Everything Is projfresMinir, favorably
towgnl tlie esUtilinlinient of a Y. M. C
A. in Oie(on City In the matter of so
ctiririK niemherlil for the proposed or
Kiinization. The only thing lacking now
Is money to fit up the gym nam urn, r;acl
ing and hath room in a proper manner.
The lit'lies ol the W. C. T. U. have de
voted much time to the work of creating
a fluid for thin purpoHt;, but the re-nulls
have not buon coiuiuiinmirate with their
sacrificing teal in behalf of this worthy
olijwt. The lailies, by iiiilividuul ef
forts obtained private eubKcriptioriH for
! the be lie lit of the undertaking, amount
I lug to about 7'i. As near an can be as
certained this money has not been col
j locteil. The athletic and muitical enter
tttinment held at the opera Iiouwj about
six weeks ago, netted $17.60. The Can
tata of Queen Esther, yielded the gyin
naNium cause $18, and the fair at the
old Methodist church laat week brought
lo $10. Tbee flgurei show that there
lis now cash on hand to the extent of
I . K r.i l I I. . -g . I 1 I et i
tio.uu, ueaiuus io pteugou. Dome Ol
the lr!ies, who have been laboring aa
siduounly in the cause, suggest that the
young men that have dignified their in
tention of becoming mem be; i, should at
once organize and push the work. With
a reasonable amount of funds pledged,
in addition to what has already been
raided, it is pretty certain the Y. M. C
A. could be established on a solid basis.
It has been suggested that the gytnna
sium could be more economically con'
ducted by combination with the work
of the reading room, as the present libra
rian could be itained, and an instructor
In physical culture could be secured from
Portland for two or three evenings dur
ing the week for a nominal sum. How
ever, others favor a separate organiza
tion, with a competent permanent sec
retary. One hundred and fifty-six names
hae been secured for tiiemberMhip in
the proposed Young Men's Christian
Association, who agree to pay dues quar
terly at tne rate of $5 er annum. One
hundred and forty-four names are given
below, the other 12 names were not ob
tainable at this time, as the 1 ist is still
out. Ii is possible that the member
snip list can be raised to 200.
, P Keating,
E Q Rolwrts,
A J Lewthwaita,
J A Ronke,
I) D Tompkins,
G C Bacon,
E A Chapman,
C U Wilson,
G B Fancher,
K H Gabbert,
Howard Brownell, C M West,
C Schubel, F Munson,
Otto F Oblson,
E E Martin,
J L SwalTord,
C B Johnson,
M L Moore,
B M Doolittie,
Geo E Hargreaves,
N A James,
S F Scripture,
J C Elkin,
T F Cowing, jr.
J W Moffit,
W II Burghardt, jr,
II K Jones,
J J Crawford,
F R Hedges,
C E Meldrum,
L J Scott,
C M Bacon,
I L Hoffman,
W II Speer,
II J Thome,
W E Burns,
E R Jones,
W D Hill,
C G Hart,
I W Moser,
Chas A Fitch,
J H Dickleman,
E M Harris,
J P Monner,
H T Sladen,
L C Driiigs.
Julius O Peterson,
W F Gregerson,
J C Williamsj
D F Hart.
H G Alley,
J E Painter,
F V Gegan,
A W Cheney,
C F Lankins
II E Cross,
W G Parker,
W H Beach,
Geo C Kinney,
M L Rugg,
P G Macomblad,
A M Russell,
J A Moehnke,
E A Smith,
J R Humphrey,
J M Heckart,
E G Karnsworth,
E E Boyd,
O O Rinearson,
Henrv J Scott,
O E Fuge,
J C Shoemaker,
M L -Miller,
J A Thayer,
E J Bullock,
B M Gregerson,
M R Boyles,
A F Tarker.
Geo W Swope,
E F Driggs,
W S Maple.
W J Dnuchy,
S R Green.
.las Mel n tyre,
Linn E Jones,
F T Rognrs,
New Kra News,
Nbw Eka, Dec. 30. Our New Era
Republican club convened in regular
order at Brown's school lioti-e Saturday
December 28, wilh J. G. Foster as chair
man. As we were not able to secure
IM.-akern, local talent was called. The
next meeting of the club will be held at
Leland's school house on the evening of
the fourth Saturday in January, 18!Mi.
Warner granite No. 117 met at their
tistialilace of meeting in New Era,Satur
day Dec. 24, 18',)5 and the following were
elected for the enxuing year: Master,
(ieorge I.azelle; overseer, Mrs. C.
Martin ; lecturer, Mrs. 1.8. McArthtir;
steward, C. II. Foster; assistant steward,
II. A. Waldron ; chaplain, J. G. Foster;
treasurer, I). McArthur; secretary,
Homer Martin; gate keeper, R. Dundas;
Comona, Mrs. L. Wink; Ores, Rena
Lunelle, Flora, Mrs. B. Hendricson ;
Steward, Mrs. B. Dundas.
Julius Frediichs has blown out several
stumps from his field, thereby getting
his farm in a better condition for culti
vation. G. II. Brown has built sone new stairs
on the son tli end of bis largi warehouse,
so as to gain admittance to the npper
floor where the "pops" will hold a meet
ing next Friday evening.
Mr. William McDonald has been at
home from British Columbia, where he
has been working in the coal mines for
some time past, for the last three weeks.
He will soon return again for the pur
pose of resuming work.
Mr. Adolph Miller has leased a tract
of land from Mr. Moore, of this place
and will start a brick and tile factory on
the . same, he has the lumber on the
ground for a house, which is under con
struction. The lumber is on the gronnd to build a
horse shed at the Evangelical church at
E. C. Maddock's farm.
Master Raymon Barbur of Ely, is
visiting at his grandmas'g, Mrs. E. J.
Waldron this week.
We noticed a saloon sign stuck up in
our town the other day, but are glad to
know that such an institution as a
saloon cannot exist long here.
It is reported that a dance was given
at the residence of Thomas Blanchard jr.
by hi last Saturday evening, but as
your correspondent was not there c.tnnot
eay about it, but suppose tbey had an
A dance was gotten up by some of the
boys at Cahall's sawmill Saturday even
ing. An enjoyable time was had by
several of the voung folks and some of
the old ones too.
Beaver Creek News,
Bkaveb Cbekk. Dec. 29. The earth is
wrapped in a mantle of snow at this
Dr. Paine made a professional call on
Miles Rowen, last Sunday. Mr. Rowen
is still quite sick.
The Christmas tree at the church
passed off pleasantly. Every one pres-
ant had an enjoyable time.
"Ted" Hughes is home on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cooper and
family and Miss Jennie Rowen spent
Christmas with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Miles Rowen. They celebrated
Christmas Eve with a tree.
Frank Linn, eon of Ben Linn, the
lumberman, was married Christmas eve.
Needy, Dec. 27. The Christmas tree
on Christmas eve. was a success as there
were many valuable presents received.
We had a yery quiet wedding in this
vicinty on Wednesday Dec. 18 the con
tracting parties were Miss Nannie Haly
and Gilbert Perdue.
Miss Kate Thompson is home from
Monmouth spending the holidays with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neb
litt spent Sunday and Monday at Oregon
Noah Hardesty has erected quite a
stylish looking fence around where the
store building used to be.
C. W. Noblitt of Oregon City and
Noab Har Jesty of Molalla spent Christ
mas at Silverton with S. W. Hardesty
Martha Zimmerman of Aurora is
spending Christmas with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Zimmerman.
The literary society elected officers at
the last meeting as follows : President,
Andy Thompson; vice-president, E.
Stewie; secretary, Eva Watts ; treasurer,
Mertie Thompson ; sargeant-at-arms, W.
Mr. P. Cook of Independence has
bought out Mr. Perry and is going to
put in a full stock of goods in a week or
Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga,
Tenn., says, "Shiloh's Vitalizer 'SAVED
MY Life.' I consider it the beBt remedy
for a debilitated system I ever used."
For Pyspep9ia, Liver or Kidney trouble
it excels. Price 75 cents. For Saleby
G. A. Harding.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award.
HOOD V1KW IEWS.
Christmas Daly Celebrated -Hoelal Society Or.
gaolied-A farmsr's lns.
Hood View, Dec. 30. The home of Mr.
and Mrs. Hitter, of Wilsonville, and Mr.
Chas. Uaker, of I'lenaiit Hill, have been
blessed with the advent of girl babies this
Mm Maud Heely Is tome better at la.it ac
count. Mr. Ira heely 1 confined to his room with. -erysipelas.
Mr. II. Colliding, after paying in th
neighborhood of twenty dollars lor a valum- -ble
pig which he tMiiight in the stute of New
York and bad shipped to his home, had the
misfortune to lose the little fellow In the
river, after the steamboat had put bim
ahore. The pig si confined In a small
box and it is supposed got restless and
climbed upon the aide of the box which
tipp d it over, causing the box to roll into
river, pig and all.
The young people between Wilsonville
and Graham's Ferry, have organized a
social society, which has been named the
"Independent Amateur 8ocial Society," and
meets every Saturday evening in Sasi Bros.'
hall. They gave a ball Christmas which
was a grand success. Saturday, January
4, IU;, tbey will have a small hop. Ticket
23 cents. All are invited. Every other
Saturday evening is devoted to literature,
sod lit and any enjoyment the members see
fit to join in. The other Saturday evening
are mainly for dancing.
The Christmas tree at Hood View was
very largely attended. The program, which
was gotten up by Miss Jones and Key. Bar
ber and wife, was in good taste and excel
lent. The music was also good and
usual is voted the best our country affords.
Wishing the editor and all his vast num
ber of readers a happy New Year, I remain
Mt. Pleasant Notes.
Mt. Pleaast, Dec. 29. TheTwilight
club met In their hall SatUfrfsy" nifcht, wiih
a good attendaiiCeTand a interesting pro-
Warner Gjange, No. 117, held its annual
election of officers as follows: master, Geo.
I.azelle; overseer, Mrs. Martin; steward,
Chas. Foster; assistant steward, Henry
Waldren; lecturer, Mrs. McArthur; secre
tary. Homer Martin; treasurer, Mr. McAr
thur; chaplain, Mr. Foster; gatekeeper,
Mr. Dundu; Pomona, Mrs. Wink; Flo -a,
Mrs Hendrickson; C--res, Lorena Lazelle;
lady assistant steward, Bessie Dundas.
The Pomona Grange will meet at New
Era, January 8th. All granges have a tor
Mr. Henry Seivers intends to start for
Canada in the spring. We regret the loss
of a good and honest neighbor.
Coltoii, Dec. 30. The grand masquerade
ball given by Young Bros, was a grand suc
cess. There were nearly fifty couple mask- jS
ed, ranging from the dainty, modest maid
en robed in white, a perfect emblem of par
ity, to the grotesque and comic clown. Tbe
stall-fed oysters were delicious; the supper
bard to beat.
W. E. Bonney gave a Christmas dinner
which was greatly enjoyed by all. Quite a
number were present, including Mr. and
Mrs. Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Barney,
Misses Lena, Mable and Milla Ball, Bessie
and Meda Hubbard, Gracie Gorbett, Edna
Sexton, M. M. Carl Stromgreen, Jay Ham
mot, Gus Gattberge and a number of others
arrived during the afternoon. The remain
der of the day was spent in playing games
and having a good time in general.
Mr. J. Gorbett and S. Mulvany came near
getting a good soaking a few days age.
While the water was high they attempted
to cross Nare creek. Old John is not much
of a Baptist and was not pleased with so
much water. He floundered around till he
succeeded in getting loose from the bnggy
and landed on the same side of the creek
he started from. Mr. Edgcome came to the
rescue and with ropes drew the stranded
Pens, pen holders, leadpencils and slate
pencils far sale at Cleveland prices, at
Miss Nellie Gottberg is again in our midst, .
enjoying the holidays at home.
A number of Colton's young folks took in .
the Christmas dance at Highland and re-
port having a fine time.
Quite a number of friends and neighbors .
were invite d to partake of Christmas good
ies with Mr. Wm. Ball and family.
Bonds for Sale.
Sealed bids will be received by the
treasurer of Clackamas county at his
office in the court bouse in Oregon City
Oregon, up to 12 o'clock noon, the 15th
day of January 1396, for the sale of four
coupon bonds to the amount of $250 each,
gold bsuds of school district No. 47 of
Clackamas county, Oregon, said bonds to
run twenty years, but payable at any
time after ten years at the option of the
district, said bonds not to be sold below
par, or to bear over 8 per cent interest.
The interest payable semi-annually.
Bidders to furnish blank bonds. En
dorse envelope 'proposals for the pur
chase of s chool bonds"
M. L. Modrb, County Treasurer.
Oregon City Oregon, Jan. 2, 1S06.
Angelina's "Breach of Promise Case"
will be beard in Judge Miller's court
January 10-11 at Shively's opera house.
Reserved seats will be on sale Monday
January 6, at Huntley's book store