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Oregon City Enterprise.
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raat ih-iti, (ihiiI KiMinmiKliiiliiiia ami low mint.
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HlMIIKIlN I'ACIKIO RAILWAY.
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Hall ili-trlliuldllriiin Nuriiisa. m., ULlfia. fit.
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v liar int.iLieiaic Lisa.
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MolalU leavni at U hi. and srrlvee at VI in.
don'-.n City to Iieavnr ".rok, Mink, Hark.
Ilrailow llriMik.t'nlou Mllli, and t'olloii li-avea
at . M'inilay. Weilmmlay ami rnday,
and reinrni uu lolli.wlns ilava at 4 n. m
Or-aon Illy t' Vl.ua, Uitaii ami Itnlland
lravi.1 tirrfini City Mmulay, Wmliicwlay and
Krlilarkl l.ui p. m.i leavlii Viola lame tlayi
(lr.iii Clly lo Willamette, piaff. rl and
Wi.niivl!,arrlaal lu sua. mi. adiara at
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FHII'AY, FKHKUAUY 19. 1897.
wure Hiluitoil with micli clnuiiuiiit iiiIkIiI
lie nnui-NMitry to (It Dm local oriiin!za
tlun. A iniiotiim will lio liuld nt tlie
iikiiio place Hntiirilay evening U oloct a
IhikIiium inmmxcr ami tratiriHct mivh
otlior liiiriMiHH ua inny liu nvnmary.
Tun (iKotiitAi'iiKAi, Hocial. Tlie
(ini(niiili'iil mii'lul gl von IhhI Frlilav
nvttiriiiK at I lio runiili-nco of Mm. Cliitrli'
0. A Hit iuli L, on Main slrei-t by tho
Luillim' A Id ww e'y of thu CoiiKri-Kiil lonul
chiircli uh inlml by muro llimi 1X)
iiiiMiilium nml fiicinU of Hint church ami
niiiiiri-Kutlon. Mitny of the clmrHctcra
wnr particiilurly woll HiiNtulntl. Frcil-
dlo C'lntriiiBn wa iwurdml (he II mt
prlzu mill MrH 1(. I). VVIImoii tho booby.
Tho social r.utUnl $10 for tho trcumiry of
Ni iimi.h Annim'Nuk.u. Invllullonnare
out mmoiincltiK tho iimrrliiKO of MInm
I ncx Nauiiil Mrtrnlmll, of 1'ortlHinl, to
Mr. Thou. K. ltyan, ol thin ci'y, on
Wtiilmimlriy, Fttbrimry 1'4, 1HD7, at tho
rcHlilcncw of Mr. ami Mm. A. J. Mar
aluill In rortlaml. lioth tho hluli con
trading purtiiis are woll anil favorably
known, ttml have many friumlii who
unito In w1nIi1iib thtmi ronicrily and
Fo Kwkkt CiuitiTy. A nodal cnler-
tiilninniit will bo nlvcn in tho brick ball,
Clin kiiiiiii", Friday niuht, l'ulinmry W,
comincni'ing at 7 o'clock, for the bont'flt
of In Joikik, who recently met with an
acciilent which renilercil him totally
blind. It In itoaiKcdto iimo iho procccda
to coinplet.) the houau and home for Mr.
Jones, and bin worthy family, All tro
To OitoANiy.i a Ciiki.-. Mrs. Ilolen
M. 8oulbwlt'k, of Kaloin, state orgHnizer
of the Woodmen iirck, will be in the
city tomorrow (Naturday) and hold
miH'ting kt 2 o'clock in Wowlmen hall
to oritsnlxo a circle of tho order. She
will alno explan the object and alms of
the order to any who may doairo to join.
Pomtdn-ii. In defloienco to the Fire
men's ball and other attraction! In the
city the member of the hntra Nous
dancing club have watopned their lant
party until March 17, when they will
makescclal efforts to tclipfte all former
effort In tbla line.
Tho next aeanloii of tho Clm'kainaa
County Kdiicationul Amtodatlon will be
hold at Willamette Full on Maturday,
February 27th . This promises to bo one
of the moat aucceanful innetlng of the
year. Arrangement! have been mude
for car to leave the depot at the went
end of miienrtlon bridgn at 9:4ft. The
program in a follow;
"Kcvlcwi ami Examination ' ,
I'rol. H W. Holme
'Intereit" Hniit. A. 1' Arnntrong
"Morali ami Maiitiera''
Ml AiJdis E. Clark
Ailil"--"Tli HtiiH-riiitemleiit'i Nnia
llonk" Mnpt. A. 1. Armairong
"iflalury and IJturatiire". .
Ml Harriet l)ndon
"Tb Teacher' l'r.ril(in"
Hiit. II. ). Htarkweallier
jTrof. ('. W. Durett
recitullon will inlvsponte
Following 1 a reiort of achool taught
at Harmony, dintrlct 4!, for the month
ending January IV, No. days taught, 20;
no. cane of tardincNH, 0. Roll of honor
puuilf! Frits, liemile, Robert, lieriha
Honan, Cheater Lyona, Cbuktcr Mc
Laughlin, Lizzie lllakney, Edgar
Iilakney, Arthur D.vl, Charlie Coun
aell, Helena Kanno, Walter Tyler, KUie
Gibba, Kdwln Hpooner.
Jknnic K. Kowen, rrincipal.
more to now good seeds
Hthicki) IUaa soh the Couxhia.
fitaia Klah and Uamo I'rolectnr Mcduire
atulea that lie Columbia can txwl
during the prewnt year atock of atriiu'd
ban. Hon J. J. Urice, United Hate
tl-ih coiitmlaaioner, haa Wn devoting
hi attention to tho nutter for a abort
time, and is understood to Ihi making
arrangement to conauminatc the work
A little error neeni lo exUt aa to the
nature of the slritK-d liana. Mr. Me-
(iuireaitva their habit aro similar to
thoMH of the nalmon, In rfHncl o the
kind of water Ihey liv In. The siripeil
baa live in the orewn, and at certain
acuKonx vii.it fret.lt water Htteam.
When pimnilile to g-t, carp form an
important part of their (mid, although it
I tho opinion of Mi expert that aalmon
will not be In danger of deft ruction.
The carp will aufTer only v. Into the buna
are making their periodical frcah-water
trlH, which will give them time to re
plen'ab to mimo extent during tho time
the ban are in the ocean.
I'atknt rn Sai.is. Dvid F. Whit
man, of Oregon City, ha junt received a
patent on waHhiiig machino front tho
CommiHHioniT of patent at Wahini!ton.
It la a rotable machine baying upon it
inner tddo parallel Mlvlpi provided with
0eiiliiK or rccenaea forming cups, which
perform tho double function of creating
friction upon tho clothe placed therein
and of emptying the water upon the
clothe an the bmiy revolve. The body
portion of the machine ia rectangler in
auction. The work done by thi machine
l superior to that done by any other
machine in tho country and it la accom
plinbed with a smaller outlay of tiino
and labor than with ny oilier wishing
machine In uho. Mr. Whitman I
unable to devote bia personal attention
to tho wot k of Introducing Ida machine
and therefore desires to depose of his
patent right. Full particulars can be
obtained by addressing him at Kly.
Tim IUnkon Mii.i.8 Theodora Chirk,
manager of the Bandon woolen mills,
was in the city Wednesday . The mills
at Handon are being improved and in
creased In capacity. A recent issue of
the Ilandon Recorder lu speaking of
them says : An elevator irom ground
floor to tup story ; a new spinning mule
of 300 spindles capacity ; a repair shop
and the picker house extended two sto
ries out on a line with the present
dye-houso, and extend tho dye-boiiHO
further eitstj two largo vats for carbon
izing wool will be added. Those. Im
provement, will cost about fL'OOO and
they will increase, the output of tho mill
25 por cent. .
PititMANKNTt.y OituANi.Ki). The Oro
gon City branch of tho Labor Exchange,
No. 185, mot In Justice Rohonhol's oflke
Monday evening and effected a perma
nent onmnization by electing 0. R. 11.
Miller, president: Allied J. Kellogg,
vice-president; A.W. Cheney. secretary ;
and (ieo. K. Hargroaves, accountant.
Tho by laws of tho Vancouver branch
Robert loul Nteyensoii'a Last Sorel
The exclusive right of sena! publica
tion in America of the last of Robert
Ixmls Stevenson's master-pieces in ro
mantle fiction "St. lyes: The Adven
ture of A French I'riaoner in F.ngland"
was purchased sltoiliy alter Meyen
aon's death, of his executor, by Mi dure'
Magsxlne ; and the first installment w ill
apiK-ar in tne March number of that
periodical. This Installment has already
apM-ared in Kngland and has met with
the widest and warmest approval. The
Ixindoit At-udemy ); "Were this the
Hole installment, were tbee three chap
ters all that bravo invention devised be
fore deat'i darkened it foiever, we have
something to take, hold of and prize."
The illuNtrated London News is no leas
commendatory, saying, it 'Ms a magnifi
cent piece of work, and will iimpicMion-
ably take rank a one of Stevenson a
moat important literary achievements."
The story will run through six or seven
niimWs of MiC'luro'a. It is practically
complete, such an online of the closing
chapters having been left by the author
as to supply a very satisfactory conclu
One Hi me
Will net three number of The Practi
cal Dairyman and Agriculturist ami also
three numbera of The Fancier's Review
both excellent journals in their respective
Hides. F.ach is 5) cents a year, but if
you w ill send li o0 cents before April 1,
we will send both papers to you for one
year. Think of It I Two papers for the
price of one) Stamps taken. If you
will send us one dollar, we will send
these two paH-rs, and two books, "dairy
ing for Prollt" and "500 Questions and
Anxwers on Poultry."
Add less, Tiik Phaticai. IUiuyman,
Chatham, N. Y.
Something tn Know.
It may be wo'th something to know
that the very best medicine for restoring
the tired out nervous system toa health,
vigor is Kluctrlc Hitters, This medicine
la purely vegetable, acts by giving tone
to the nerve centres in the stomach,
gently stimulates the liver and kidneys,
and aids these organs in throwing olf
impurities in the blood. Electric Hitters
improves the appetite, aids digestion,
and is pronounced by those who have
tried it as tho very best blood purifier
and nerye tonic. Try it. Sold for 60c
and f 1.00 per bottle at Charman A Co's
Our Standing at Home.
"Four out of every live bottles of med
icine sold in the lust five yeais ure 8. H.
goods. The S. B. Headache and Liver
Cure I use myself us a genoial physic.
If you ate sick and want to get well, the
quickest, cheapest and safest method is
to buy the S. B. remedies and use as di
rected. C. P. Bai.cu, druggist, Dnfur,
Or." For sale by C. U. Huntley.
This is to certify that C. F. M. Brown,
ofLogan.hasinhis possession my remedy
for the remedy for the removal of cancer
without tho knife and understands its
application and use and has a perfect
right to tido the sumo.
Dr. M.C Bakek.
Oregon Cily January 2, 181)7.
A I! Ich
It cost no
than it does to sow old and worthless
stock. How foolish la the person who
fails to gel the best to start with. No
doubt you have often thought of this,
when your garden has not done very
Will you og along in the same old
way this year, or use a little forethought
and tend to James Yick's Bona, Roches
ter, N. V., for their Catalogue which
contains a list of all that's new and
There seeds are always reliable sure
to grow and never disappoint. 6end 10
cents for Catalogue and deduct this
amount from first order. Really costs
Has the reputation of setting the best
table in Oregon City. The cooking is
done under ers.nl supervision of Mrs
Gibbons, and the victuals are equal lo
the best had in a private family. Rooms
and beds clean and comfortable. Give
the Eureka a trial. Meals and bed 25
cents each, Special rates to regular
For the Longs.
Elder Alson W. Bteers writes from
Portland, Or., ' Tl-re is no medicine
for the throat and lungs that I can rec
ommend to ministers, public speakers
and singers, with the confidence that I
can the 8. B. Cough cure." 60 cents
bottle. For sale by C. O. Huntley
Ttia OimiiMt. Ptirctt
and l!.t f amily Hedi-
clna In ilia world I
An i.rrtu tiial Srartric
for all diMHtat d lb
K filial ih Uvr
and uavenl Chilli
and ravaa, Malahi
Mia Favaaa, How ai.
HIH, jAUKWCa AND
JUD jiltKATH t
Nothinf ! tn untjleaaant, nothing to common, aa
bad brth ; and In nearly (very cat k cornea Irom
Ilia tiomai h, and can lia m caiily cottkuo If yon will
oka hiM-oNt l.ivna Ka'.ei.AToa. I "i ni;kct to
aura a rrrrxdy for l In. ropnl.ivc ilitorder. Il will alto
pruv yuiu a,Mllu( corn pie I Km ana genei riu i nciiui.
How manr mfTer tonura day afier day, making lilt
a burden and robbing eiiumra of all pleuure, owing
lo lh Mcret anfferlrig from Pile. VC relief ia feaily
to i he hand of almoM aiy on who will um tytieman
cally lb remedy thai hai pemianenlly cured thou
landi. Sihmoni Livaa Kx.uLAToa ia no draftic,
tlolenl purge, but a genii aMiiiaru lo naiura.
SHOC1.D not b reKrded a
a infling allinentin fact, nalur
demitvit lh ulmoat rextjUrity A
lh bowela, and any devialion
tvm tint demand pavea lb way
often to terl.rtit diinger. It la
quit aa ne':eeary to remove
Impure accumulation! from th
btneelf aa It it to tM or ierp, and
no health can be eipected wrier
a cotliv habit of body prevail.
KICK If EADACHEt
Tbli di.trelng alllirtl' wcnri rnont fre'iuently.
The divlurUnc lb atoma-h, anting from Ihf
Imp-rfc tly diiteUed cnnienia, cnutn a aeveTi! puin in
the head, aixonipanied with diMgreenhle nautea, And
ihia conitiluie what t riptiUrly known at Sick
Headache, f. iba relief of which 1A bl-MOKI
lilvui kacuLAT" Mxntrin.
AKi;rACTVeD only ay
J. IL ZKII.IN CO., PhiUdeJphU. Pa.
SILVER PL ATE THAT WEARS
In buying Bilvcr plated ware of any kind, there
are two things to conoider durability and artistic de
sign, both of which can be secured by purchasing
Rogers Bros.' goods. Our stock of this ware is all
new and bought at lowest prices for cash. If you
wish to purchase any article in this line be sure and
sec our stock.
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN
The Oregon City Jewelers
Your team will have the best
of care and
Full Measure of Feed
W. H. YOUNC, Prop.
euocaor to A7 H Cooke.
Livery Rigs on Short Notice.
Telephone No. 42.
150 Booms. Jo-tn steams. Cltlercierl:
HOTEL ST. CHARLES
Front and Morrison St.,
Rooms from 25c. to 11.00 per day
Elevator, electric lights and bells
and all modern conveniences.
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Free 'Bus meets all boats and trains
For the Kidneys.
"I am 65 years old ; have had kidney
hseaiie and const ipttion lor J.i years.
Am now woll iwd your S. B. Head
ache ami Liver Cure one year. Used 6
bottles at GO cents each. J. II. Knight,
Uiitledire, Or." For sale by C. G.
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Hooks ( heap.
Everything required in the school
room, books, slates, tablets, oiiges,
ink, pens, pencils, etc. at Daniel Wil
liams, cornel Seventh and Center streets.
Full stock of nuts, candies, notions etc.,
fresh and of good quality. Sold at reas
Houses Made ltrlfjht.
Morrow, the painter, has removed his
shop to Seventh street, near the depot
where o-ders can be left for painting,
paper-h.nging and calciming. Trices
to suit the times and all work honestly
and efllciently done. tf
New I'ndertnkliig Room.
County Coroner, V. N. Godfrey has
opened an undertaking room on Main
street near Tenth street, where he will
keep In stock a full line of coffins, caskets
and burial robes. His prices will be
found reasonable. tf
Restaurant Connected With Hotel.
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He has It at his finger ends.
riiysic, the S. B. Headache Liver and
Kidney regulator, takes the lead with
us. For sale by C.G. Huntley, druggist.
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