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Oregon City Enterprise.
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FUIDAY, HKCEM11EK H.imm.
Tub Ahtian. Ttiia wortliy (rAtornnl
utl Iwnrili-Ury uritanUailon wa two
yuara ol.l on tlin lt of Nvmiiiht, 'M
and lia In tha fnlU-d KtAiri l,NX) maw
Imr AtiiHW'H) In ll rpaarve fuml. It
icimiilfil the aooonil yar ol ll IiIa
tory will" ll uiipriHiiliMilnl ift-onl of
hnvliiK but ona -Miiint in two ywi.
Iiior.lirlolni-rrrHi the nitiiiortili ol
tht onlur anil avlt'iw otliort to enjoy the
UnnliU Aiminn toll! memtMT a amtUI
..tiitlon lt-e of :t .a t-"n trnlHtl
until the :t0tti of lliU month ami tlie
nieinU-niAre inAkiiig I'xtra i ir.uta to at
qtiAlnt tli" piil'llc l'ie l'ln
of Ui orKnltion. M. llolUt k in iiiam
torartin antl K. Iloliinaon, "t't-rctury
of 0r'H"n City AammMy N7.
Kkomiianid.-TIi Ongou City "on
ate. which flonrlahod in tliia city tome
thiiiK like a year ao, wii reornanlMil
IhhI SAtnnlay evening for tha winter and
the following- uftli elected : rreaitlont,
Col. Hobt. A. Miller; vlte roilwt, J.
W.Clark; aecratarj j John W. Lvier;
tre'aAiirer, 11. A. Weltr. The aeaHloM
of the council will be dtivoted alnioet ex
cliialvely lo the diHtinHion of toplca of
loiiiUr IntereaU Wwkly nieetlngA, to
whli:h the poblit) will lie welcome, will
he hold on Friday evening In Juatlce C.
Scbuebcl'o onice. and the qiieHtion to be
debated thie (Friday) evening I: "Ka
mi veil, that the United BluU-a should
adopt the Kngliith form of government."
Tiim llKHi'KKUNH.-The meeting was
in chur,! of the president, Fred Moindlo.
The program couaisled of a aolect read
ing by Mablo Wood ; aong by the Ilea
lieriun iitiartotto ctmipoaed of Miaae
Hollenihftlc ami Hlhnm and Meer.
Cha. McCaiiHland and F.linor MoArthor;
duet, MiniH-a Winalow and Illliuin . The
qutiHtion for debate wa "Resolved, that
the atatuHinan luia done more for hi
nation than the warrior" Carll Jonhnke,
Hairy Allen and Klmor AcArtlmr do
fllt,l Ilia I ilm iilHrmiitive and Fred Meimllo,
Babcock. and Alice McArthur, tlie
recitations, Jeannotto Keen
Maud Winalow; paper, Metta
Hoi.ri l'KoriiiKTon. Kichard l'etzold
ha bought out hla partner, Chaa. H.
Galo, and will in the future conduct both
tho Seventh street and Main t root mar
lceta himself. Mr. l'et.old has estab
lished a reputation for keeping the best
meats In iho city at very reasonable
prices and anyone trailing at either of
his markets Is ftlwava sura to recoive
treatment. He desiros to
liis friends for their generous pa
tronage in the past and solicits a con
tinuance for the future.
Attkmi'Tbo IIomk!p. Two of the
light lingered gentry who have been op
erating so mijcesnfully in rortland re
cently, assaulted Jack I'holan, a Southern
Faeillc bridge contractor, at the south
end of the depot grounds in this city,
shortly after dark Friday evening and
endoayeied to force him to accompany
lliuui up Ilia track. Jack managed to
defend himself and get away, though one
of lil aaNiillanta drew a kill In and made
several Ineffectual attempt to cut lilin.
Tlmlr motive wa siippom-d to have been
lUi'K Fijuu. At a recent meeting of
the Oregon City school board the rata of
tuition for non-renldniitH wa fixed al
(41.00 a term for Hie high aohool, 14 00
in the InUirinediiite grade and $2 00 In
the primary grade. It wa also ordered
that any parent or goardiaii, not a real
dent of the city, by tiling a Ntatement of
their Inability lo pay tha tuition of a
child or want slaying In the city and at
tending school here, hoiild he relieved
from paying tuition until tlie hoard could
act further In tltas matter.
IIiiowmkii. Monday evening about 7
o'clock Henry Nyart, an employe of the
I'aclllt! Ilrldge Company, fell Into the
canal at the middle lock ami was
drowned before those who beard hi call
for help could reach him. lift had gone
lo dip up a pall of water whim the acci
dent orcurod. The water was drawn off
anil the l)9l recovered shortly after,
)H'oaaed wa a native of Finuland, 33
year of age and unmarried.
Orriraa Ciioskn. Oregon lodge, No.
3. I. O. O. F., elected the following old
cer on TbursiUy evening for the ensu
sing six moiitln: Noble grand, K. A,
llghton, vlte graml, 0. K. Midlain;
treasurer, fl. H. Walker; recording sec
retary, Tho. F. Kvun ; imrmauent secre
tary, J. A. Stewart.
A Fl'HNisiikii llocsa. Will be rented
very reasonably to A family that will
guarantee to take good care of the build
ing and txtloiigliig. The house Is new,
plastered, of seven roouii antl convenient
of location. Apply at this olllte.
Si-liool reKjrt, for the month leglnnlng
November 2 antl ending Noveinlx-r 1'7, ol
the Aohool taught In Union school dis
Ult l No. :'(). Is aa follow: Number of
boy enrolled 20; girl 12; total, 3:;; total
number of day attendance 4K); day
absence 62; average number bflonging
2n; average daily atlemlance 20; new
pupil enrolled 2; niimW of visitors, 4.
Those who were neither ahai-nt nor tardy
during the month ar Kdwin Osburn,
Uura White, Herman Kettlg, Willie
Unburn, Kthfl Osburn, Winnie Kelly,
Christian Weise, Amy Kellv ami Iyl
Itisllun. l'atrun antl friend are ear
nestly invited to visit Iheirhool and note
our progress from lime to time.
C. K. lUiiMtY, teacher.
Following ! a reMirt of Concord
Afliool, district No. 2H, (t mouth end
ing NovemUir-27 : No. of day taught,
IS, No. of day attendance, 40, No.
of lime tardv, 10, No. of pupil enrolled.
.'12, average numlier belonging, 27.
Thffle w ho were neither alweiit nor tartly
during the month ate: F.mma and
Finnie Clayon,Ituis Anil Lena Robert
son, Ken nie mil Walter Kuehl, Minerva
and Annie Tliiessen, Aniel and August
Tuiholke, l.iuna Koetha and llelauar
(iast h. 1'atronsofthe school are cordi
ally invite-mi to come and c what kind
of work their pupil are doing.
T. A. Ki.xck, Teatdier.
The following la a reinirt of Glad Tid
ings district No. 6, for the month ending
November 87, 180(1: Total numlier en
rolled at beginning of the month, 31 ;
new scholar. 2; total at close of month,
31; average daily attendance during the
month, 29. The following 14 scholars
were pit-sent esuh day during the month,
and considering the weather, are deserv
ing of much credit : Lulu Garrett, Gene
(iarret, l'earl Garrett, Kile Garrett,
Marry Garretl, l'earl Ualio, Nora Lealio,
Onah Killing. Katy Killings, lame
Adams, Harrison James, Lulu Illack,
C. M. Chittkndkm. Teacher.
Following is a report of Harmony
school for tho month ending November
25, 1806. No. of pupils enrolled, (18; No.
of day a taught, 18; No. of days attend
ance, 1041 Si. Koll of honor pupils:
litu Hull, Hubert Kosenan, Jennie Clark,
Edith Tyler, Lizrie Iilakney, Leaa Clark,
Kdith Karr, Charlie Counsel!, Ben
Kosenan, Nellie Morey, Bertha Rosenan,
Helena Karr, Wulter Tyler, Herbert
Rusk, Garlleld Rusk, Klsie Gibbe, Julia
Spoonor, Kdwin Spooncer.
Jknnik E. Kowkn, Principal
Following is a report of school district
No. 18 for the month commencing Nov.
2d, ending Nov. 27, lSPtl: Whole num
ber attending 411, average daily attend
ance 42; cases of tardiness 2. I am
truly thankful to the patrons ol the
school for showing so much interest in
the school during this bad weather.
I.awson L. Mookk, Teacher.
Something to Know.
It may bo worth something to know
that the very best medicine for restoring
the tired out nervous system toa health,
vigor la Electric Hitlers. This medicine
is pni-eiy vegetable, acts by giving tone
to the nerve centre! in the stomach,
gently stimulates tho liver and kidneys,
and aids these organB in throwing oil"
impurities in the blood. Electric Bitters
improves the appetite, aids digestion,
and is pronounced by those who have
tried it as tlie very beBt blood purifier
and nerve tonic. Try it. Sold for 50c
and $1.00 per bottle at Charman & Go's
Black and colored kid gloves, cheap
at the Racket store.
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For Young Men and Young Women
There is nothing that will arouse the
Ire of a voung man or woman so quick as
to have Inferior laundry work put off on
them. They may dress ever so well,
but if their shirt front or aliirt waist ia
mussy their neat appearance is spoiled.
The Troy laundry makes a specialty of
ladles' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no better work than is
done at the Troy. Leave your orders at
Farnsworth's arber shop.
New York (lallerj.
R. K Clavering, the well known ar
tist, has moved the New Y'ork gallery to
the building on tlie earner of Water and
Fifth streets, where the reputation of
this popular establishment will be sus
tained. Low rent enables Mr. Claver
ing to do the very best work at the low
est possible prices. Cabinet pictures at
f 1 per dozen.
Has the reputation of setting tho best
table in Oregon City. The cooking ia
done under personal supervision of Mrs.
Gibbons, and tlie victuals are equal to
the best had in a private family. Rooms
and beds clean and comfortable. Give
the Eureka a trial. Meals and beds 25
cents each, Special rates to regular
We have everything necessary for your
Christmas fruit cake or mince meat viz:
citron, lemon and orange peel, currantB,
raiBius, cider, nuts and spices.
E. E. Williams, the grocer.
Tha rhil. PiiraM a
d4 llat lamily MaJi- vW.
ilua In ll wocl'l I
An KrFaf thai. Hraf inc
f.JI U 4 lha
StaguUia tua Ijvcr
and tiravanl Cllllja
anu r avail, Mala!'
mit ravaaa, IbmKi,
I nyiuiNi .
IIAXI Hit K A Till
NMh.nir li unplaftafit, tvrfhing cmnum, at
UrJ bfffatb; sip'l in h?aly vry cm H com U"tn
the M'ima'.h, and n t m Mtuly un.6 it ym will
uk Sim Mow l.ivra ki,vi.M'. l tv tVpflc't v
urt a rtrtnrjy t .hit rafHiUiv dMwir. ll wilt atao
UCuva yuuf aftjuM.iwmpUiMandgcMraJ health,
H'rw many ttiffT tnnura day afr day, malting lift
Utrdara atid fobbing csititynr csf all UtMAr. owing
Ui tht Mcrt nffcring Un I'llc. Yt tlxl raly
lo lha hand of aim any otta who will aaa ayMumAUJ
cally ih rvmcdy thai has niinmty curad thou
aaii'lB. KiMMrmt Livaa Hut.ut.Mvm ht no duuc
ytoUal nug. lul a ffmla aaatMaat lo nalurt.
fcH'M'I.D not U reKarricd a
tnflirrK ailrnnt in fatt. natur
darfnaivit lha uUtiusm raguLarity tit
tha Iv'wclt, and any derUi"a
Iron ihw ikmand pava lha wwj
olirn to riAit danger. Jl w
qutia a nrwy to fenvrrsj
impura ac.uinul(nvo bom ih
bowel a it ia io cat or alcrp, and
no hntth ran b ripavtcd whet
estiva habit 4 body (xcvaila.
This dtatmaing alflirtion orcuri mA (Vftiuantlv.
Tha diMurt'anca of tht Mosnath, anting froai tba
ImjarWtv tly digested C(ntrnt, faut a aer pain ia
tha awad, accompanitd with diMgrceabta naua( and
thift cnnatitulca what r prrpuUrty known aa Sstk
Ifcadarha, or tht rrltrf 'A which 1AHB SjMMOM
.Uvu. KaouLAToa on Mbdicimi.
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Oregon and Washington
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Oregon City effice at
Huntley's Drug Store.
J. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - - - Oregon.
G. W. Grace & Co.
Complete stock of every thing
needed in the home.
Your team will have the best
of care and
Full Measure of Feed
W. H. YOUNC, Prop.,
Bucwaaora to "W, H. COOke.
Livery Rigs on Short Notice.
Telephone No. 42.
Mrs. J, H. STRICKLER,
Teacher of the true Italian
method of voice culture, inclu
ding sight singing. Harmony
taught privately or in class.
Two lesAoni per week in voice. . . .$ 1 00
One lesson per week in voice 75
Two lessons per week in harmony,
per terra 1200
Two lesson) per week in harmony,
class of four, per term 6 00
Two lessons per week in harmony,
class of eiglit.er term 3 00
and ia tht result ol cold, and
audden climatic change.
Kor your Protection
we poeiUvcly atale that this
remedy duos nut contain
merenrt- or anj oiher injur
Ely's Cream Balm
It aoknowMutd to be the molt thorough can for
Nanal Catarrh, Cold in Head and Hay Fever of all
reraedit-a. It open, and eieaniea the n&aal paasapte,
allajre pain aim tnttammation, heala the tore., pro
tocte the mi-mlirane from coU). rratorve the kuwi
of tatte anil imrll. Price tile, al Druioriate or by mail.
KLV UttOTlllillS, M Warren Street, New York.
We claim the beet afflortmcut.
tho very bent quality and
the lowefit prices . . ,
We now ofler a complete
, line of Watches, Clocks, .
? Kilv.rwnro Killr TTmbn.no.
Musical Infitrumenta China
View of Oregon
City and Vi
Color and Pastel por
traits of all sizes ex
ecuted on short notice
Interiors of every
day or night at your
When you bay
SEVEN GREAT SERIALS
A New Life of Grant by Hamlin Garland. Th first anthorita- i
live ad adequate Life of Grant ever published. Lavishly illustrated. (Be-'
gins io December.) j
Rudyard Klpllng'a first American serial, " Captains Courageous." j
iBeielns in November.) I
Robert Louis Stevenson's " St. Ivss." The only novel of Steven
son's still unpublished. (Begins in May.)
Chas. A. Dana. " Recollections of Wartime." Mr. Dana was for three
of the most critical years of the Civil War practically s member of Lincoln's
Cabinet, and is probably better fitted than any other man living to give an
authoritative history of this period from his recollections and correspondence.
Portraits of Great Americans. Many of them unpublished. In
connection with this series of portraits it is intended to publish special
biographical studies under the iteneral title of MAKERS OF THE ;
UNION from Washington to Lincoln.
Picture of Palestine. Specially taken under the editor's direction. I
Stories of Adventure. A seiial by CONAN DOYLE, in which
he will use his extraordinary talent
in the " Sherlock Holmes" Btories.
TEN FACTIOUS LUfUTERS
Ian Maclaren. All the fiction that he will write during the coming year,
with the exception of two contrubutions to another publication which were
' engaged from him long ago, will appear in McClurk's Magazine.
Joel Chandler Harris. A series of new animal stories in the same
neli! as the " Brer Kabtiit 'ana me " .Lime air. luiuiuimiiiKer Biuurs.
Rudyard Kipling. Besides " Captains Courageous," Kipling will con
tribute to McClurb's all of the short stories he will write during the coming
Octave Thanet is preparing for the Magazine a series of short stories in
which the same characters will appear , although each will becompletein itself.
Anthoney Hope Bret Harte Robert Barr
Frank R. Stockton Stanley Weymun Clark Russell
will all have stories in McClurb's for the coming year.
These are only a small fraction of the great and important features of McClurb's
Magazine for 1S97, the subscription price of which is only
One Dollar a Year
I The new volume begins with November. Subscriptions should start with this
The S. S. meCiure
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Paint as it makes all the difference
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Color cards free. Special prices in
CHARMAN & CO.
CITY DRUG STORE.
lor mystery ana ingenuity wmcn naye, 1
s, given him a place beside Foe and
Co., flem York City