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ORECfON CITY!; ENTERPRISE,' FRIDAY, rApJUlV , J,t 189&.,:I;10
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On high prices and will continue In the ftituro as in the past year, until every articlo in pur store is cut in two. Our Out Prices prevailing
the past year have saved the people of Clackamas County many a dollar and our Court of Inquiry reports the following CUT PRICES:
, ' , , REGULAR PRICE. OUR COT PRICE,
IIocHl'sSarsaparilla...::.;:. $1 00 (Mo
Re4 OJne ',;, ....Jl 00....:........,. '.(JO
Ierc'lyorStoVWoBcHiitidii :.l 00 65
41 i Goldon Medical Discovory 100 .,65
Vasciino 10... .05
OUR CUT price;
'REGULAR PRICE. OUR CUT PRICE
Pinlcham's Compound.,... 1 00. 80
Celery Compound; 1 00 70
very article we sell is freHh and genuine. No old, stale
drugs. Special Soap 8ale this week, all 25c Soaps cut to
15c, all 15c Soaps cut to 10c, and all 10c soaps cut to 5c.
Electric Hitters .........
50 -. 25
hpsom Salts : :..
Ayer's Pills........;..,. : 25
Carter's Pills 25
-in "f , ' i ' j . : r :'j . ...
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VtfUclIC THUG It
intl Price Cutters
Mali Order Solicited
ThOBO that buy of us always get the lowest prices, Look out for our announcement next week.
CHARMflri & CO., Ct Ct Rate Druggist
STATE NEWS NOTES
Another ; Klrrator TrodfTram
. In rortlmid. .., .
Dr. K. P. Illll, oftlie Fint rreebyierlan
churoh-! tin not quits dear m to whether
IIipm Mormun mlulonarlee art knaves or
fuult. 'II Ihejr ar trying to sntrap Hit peo
ple by keeping In the barkg round tlx about
itiatlona of Mornionism, then they art
knavea, and thould bs severely dealt wlib.
Jl they really bcllva, however, Hint Hi lm.
moralities of a Turkish hartm ara aroord
Inn to tbe will ol OikI, linn tliey are fuels,
and ihould ba buniancly confined within
the walla of au aiyluni. I ay Una In all
It la Idla lor Ilia man to talk of Ilia
similarity certain Mormon doctrines and Hit
accepted teaching of Chrliienduni. Intelll.
(lit people demand tha distinguishing feet.
Ureeof new fallli, liol lit similarity. Theee
conitllute lu claim for recognition. What
art tlit doctrines peculiar to MornionlsmT
Polygamy la out declared openly by llialr
own bishops to bt autntlal to Iba system.
It la an appeal to tba lime of man, and no
wily argument, baaed on Ilia cuaiomi of Ilia
ancient Jewi, ran provt olherwlee. Mur
nionlam tracliaa tbat Jesus Christ was a
polygamlel. It makea Ilia but blood mill
to my fact to bear my Mailer ihui
Postusd, March W, An uncontrollablt
elevator In Hit Iewla building cauead tha
death of Mrs. Harali II. Chapman, a drew-
maker, about 0:30 lint evening Hhe was
endeavoring to leave tbe rage on Ilia Inunh
floor, whan It alarled to deeoend and belort
Ilia man who waa operating ll could pull her
back, tba top of Iba cane caught her, crush
Ing la heresull. shetlled wild In an hour
alter Iba accident.
I.aal week a letter cama to Uktvltw Irani
Hit Kat to George Kellogg, a laborer, who
haa been living In tbat vicinity fur etinif
time, to tha effect that an illicit of hie ba
died, leaving him a big aetata. At Iba lltn
ba received the latter Kellogg waa working
on Hit ttreeta, but when bt read of hli good
fortune, ha dropped hie above! and con
cluded to work no mora. Kellogg li an old
herp-eliearer, well known In Lake county,
and la aald to be a good fallow,
'HirrKU, Or., March 25 I'rle Una and
Frank Hnow. train in. were arrealed bv
Sharlll Matlock laet evening for ateallng
applw, meat, canned fruit, tggt and cloth
ing from Iba premieee of W. W. dmead. The
then waa committed Wedneaday night
Snow pleaded guilty and fully eionerated
Lane, who waa turned looet. bnow waa
bold to appear befort the grand Jury In Hit
turn of $m lit will prooabiy nave to re
main In jail until Heptembtr. Trampa are
more numerous here title year tban aver be
fore, and are becoming a great nuiaaiioe,
McMmavuxi, Or., March W Theoourl
bouse In this city contained a large audlenc
Saturday evening to hear an addreas by
Hon. T. T. Oeer.
Mr. Oeer said ba was not there to abuee
anybody, but with that practical reasoning,
which Is so characleriitlc and appeala ae
Strongly to thinking people, eepeclally to
iarmera, ha held his audience with rapt In
tereatforan hour and a half. Ha dwell
principally on the ratio of 10 to 1, and de
clared It dldn.t mean anything In these
. $100 Reward. $100. ,v
The rttadert o( litis papeir will be
J)1uhh(1 to learn that there is at leant one
dreaded diaeaae thnt acienoe hat been
able to cure in all ita itagoi and that la
catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure now known Ato the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional diaoaso, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
vpon the blood and mucus surfaces of
the system, thereby destroying the foun
dation of the disease, and giving the pa
tient strength by building up the con
stitution and aHHlHtinK nature In doing
its work. The proprietors have so much
faith in Its curative powers, that they
offer $100 for any case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. Chunky Co., Toledo,
O.' Sold by DrugKisto, 76c.
Hall's Family Tills are the best.
, A dollar saved is equal to two dollars
earned. Pay up your subsciption to the
Entehpbiss and get the the bonuflt of
the reduction In price.
Weddlmr. stationery, the latest styles
and finest assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at the Emtkbpbisk office.
Twilling a tubals.
The wrctnlmd rabbit is first driven
into a hollow lug nr tree or hole, as
the caeo may be. Tbi'U the twister oat
and trims a supplu gnd of tuitnblo
length, luwirla It into tli retreat and
pokes about till he fuels tint rubbit The
Kd Is thiu withdrawn, and it's ton to
one that hulr or two olliiguig to the
mkI will prove thnt the rabbit has been
touched. The twister now makes aplil
in the end of the gad, foe I a for the prey
gain, and when the split is In the far
turns the gnd steadily in one direction
till a firm hold bus been taken of the
fur. The rabbit is then drugged out and
dispatched, If everything works just
right. Too frequently things go wrong.
A rabbit's akiu ia very tender, and
rough banded twUU-r may twist off
Inches of skiu and wads of fur before
bo thinks that he bas wwurod proper
bold. Not seldom the agonized rabbit
resists so strongly thut the akin is lorn
off during the pulling process. The
w hole bualuoas savors too much of flay
ing a beaut alive to bo worthy ol fur
Hut lu one Instance the rabbit did
not suffer. A clever youth found a bole
under a stump and decided to twist the
bidden rabbit. The slick took hold In
eioellent alylo, the rabbit straggled
bravely, but a powerful pull brought it
forlb with a bouuoc. It was a very ca
rious rabbit in fart, the only one on
record which wore a long, bushy tall
and a black and white coat, aud, judg
ing by the odor of it, It must bave bwn
in that bole a very long time. Ed
ward W. baudya in Outing.
Cabinet In Hearty Accord With the
President Condition of Treasury
Hefuriu la Ancles! Stuttgart. -
The question of the nightly illumi
nation of the old city was always a con
tested oue, and fiercely waged the war
fare between tbe dukes aud the town
authorities. It waa Kberhard Ludwlg
Who finally defied tbe douithty magis
trates and ordered that a number of lan
terns ahould'be supplied. .The Lin tenia
were provided, but tbe magistrates
would not allow tbmn to bo lighted. A
but content followed between 'the duke
aud the chief magistrate. The latter
bad but one respoueo for all tbe angry
remonstrances of the duke, "When
peoplo should be brought into view be
foro tho eyes of night thieves, bow easy
it would Le for them to drag their vic
tims to a durk place, plundor and It'll
tbuml" Eberbard was obliged to give
np bis project
Duke Carl insisted thnt tbe streets
should be lighted and oarrlod bis point,
but no sooner bad be rvmoved bis resi
dence to Lndwigsburg than ooinplete
darkness once moro nightly settled pver
tbe streets of Btuttgart Iron pillars, to
which shallow puns were attaahed.
were stutioned at regular . intervals
along the streets. When, on extraordi
nary occasions, Illumination was allow
ed, rosin aud pitch were lighted in those
pans, aud the flickering flames only
added woirdness to the darkness that
they were intended to dissipatn.
Aa lute as 1770 luuterua hung in the
places designated by Duke Carl, but
they burned not Tbo security of tbe
citizens was above all else. "Stntt'
gnrt," by Eliso J. A lion, in Harper's
To One lie VrlU Legibly.
A well known musician, wbo writes
a very illogiblo bund, once sent an uu
nsuully hopeless scrawl to a friend. Tbe
latter studied it a minute, gave it np in
despair and then sat down and wrote in
reply; "I shall be most happy to dine
with yon tomorrow at 6. Kindest re
gards to your wifo," etc. In less than
half an hour his friend appeared breath
less at bis door. .
"Thuro's feme misunderstanding,"
he said anxiously. "I wrote yc i a note
askiug you if you could play the piauo
part of tbo trio at Crown s recital, and
bore you've sent mu uu, uuceptuuoe of a
diuuor invitution, but I didn't invito
yon to dinner."
"Well," returned the other bluudly,
"I didn't suppose you'd really sent me
an invitation to dinner, but I couldn't
read a word of your note, and in tbat
caso bereufter I menu always to take it
for granted thut you're asking me to
For one of bis corretipoudcuts ut least
the offender now writes legibly. Chi
Improved Kuada For UlwlMlppL
Mississippi now hus a road law,
which, it properly carried into effect,
and if kept in effect for a material
length of time, will probably give the
state a system of public roads superior
to any tbat it bus ever bud and perbups
superior to. thut of a majority of the
southern stntrs. Mnlilo Register.
Wssiiirfotos, March 20,-Today's state
ment of Hie condition ol (he Treasury ehows :
Available raih balance $!4I1,H33
Gold renwve. X72,3&l,l)
March W.-The Henaie today pasted a
bill for the protection of songbirds, provid
ing that lbs Importation Into the I'nltM
Hlates of birds, feathers or perls of birds lor
ornamental purpoees be prohibited and tbe
lraiiaKrtatton or aale of such articles In
any territory or the IHatrlcl of Columbia.
Washisotos, March 2S.The atata de
partment haa received the following from
"Havana, March 2I.-The work of relief
Is progreeeln moet satliractorlly. Tomor
row, arrangementa will be made for sending
Wears of supplies lo Cisnfuegoe, Cardenas,
Hsgua, Banta Clara and other placet. Rail
roads will carry apeclal Iratna through free
ol charge. I bave been greatly audited by
Mr. K loped!."
March 20.-Tlie cabinet meeting today
developed nothing new, The president re
mains ateanfaet In bla conviction as to what
la his duty, and adverse crlilrlem, which It
Is seeerted is mainly due to misinformation
as to the situation or Ignorance ol the preei
dent s purpoee, will not be permitted to
awerve blm In the lead degree from tbe
plan be haa proposed. At tha cloee of Hie
cabinet meeting. Secretary Alger gave out
the lullowlng statement;
"Ho lar from there bring any dlllereure of
the cabinet, thry are all in hearty accord
with Ibt President
Globe Does Sot Anticipate War Death
or Mrs. Delia Parnell-Reported
Aasaasldatlen of Krogrr.
Loaooa, March, 90. A report la current
on the stock etcbange today today to the
effect that Tretldent Kruger, oflbe Boutb
African republic, bas been shot and klllled.
No particulars are available.
Lonno, Masch 27.-The Sunday papers
are Indulging in a British war scare on ac
count of affalra In China. Great proml
nance ia given lo naval preparation! which
art being made at Portsmouth, Devonport,
Chatham, Hong Kong and other places.
HsvAS. Maroh ai-CapUIn Blgsbee re
ceived a large llower ship when be sailed
North on the Olivette with the other omeere
of the Maine- The flowers were from Con-Sul-Oeneral
Iet and Hit newspaper corre
spondenla. Tha caplalo waa much affected.
All ia quiet here. . ;
LoMioit, Msrch 27. Mrs. Delia Psrnell,
daugliler ol the celebrated naval officer
Rear-Admiral Charles fituart and mother of
tbe late Charlea Smart l'arnell, died tonight
at Avondale, Rathdruni, county Wkklow,
Ireland, aa the result of burns received yes
terday from the Igniting of her clothing
while aba waa sitting belort a lire.
Madhid, March 2d.-Heiior Caatellar, ex
minister, republican leader and editor of
of tbe Globe, aald :
"I do not believe war will come. lean,
not aee how a nation like the United Slated
can declare war against a nation like Spain.
I do not believe tha pending questions will
furnish a sufficient motive. "
Meeaagea Trout tbe Rea.
A bottle dispatched from tbe steam,
ship Uoildhall nn May 81, IN04, when
in 4H degrees north, 81 degree west,
almost midway between Ureat and New
foundland, waa picked np on Feb. 18,
1800, at Antlgoa, after a drift of about
4, B00 miles. It bad evidently paaaed
close to tbe Azores, tbe Canary islands
aud tbe Cape Verdes on tbe Way. An
other, thrown overboard from the sloop
Bapollo on Jnly 80. mi, traveled east
ward toward the Asoree, aud thence, as
In tbe previous instance, until it was re
covered near Tark's island, north of
Haiti, on Feb. 8, 1806, after a drift of
nearly 0,000 mllea.
A bottle message from tbe sailing
tbip Bt Enoch is probably tbe most in
teresting of the 63 drifts shown on tbe
United HUtea cbart It was sent off
wben some 700 miles west of Sierra
Leone, under the Influence of tbe well
known Guinea current setting eastward
on to tbe African laud. Tbe master of
this vessel noted on tbe message that
sbe had experienced an easterly onrront
of 86 miles during the previous day.
Henot there is reason to suppose tbat
this meaaeUKor was swept eastward un
til some incident occurred to transfer it
to a current setting in a westerly direc
tion, Unoe on tbe latter route, however,
it passed leisurely along through tbe
pasaages of tbe Windward islet, escap
ing contact with any land, followed the
trend of the Atlantio coast of North
America till clear of Newfoundland,
and thence onward to Totabrough Walls,
Bhotlund islands, where it was found
cm March SO, 1800, after having accom
plished a record drift of nearly 8,000
miles in leas than 1,000 days. Cham
DO YOU NEED ANY
Doors, Ik Ills,
OR OTHER BUILDING MATERIAL?
-Wllfc-i aad Ub-Hj."
Wilkes boldly offored himself as a
candidate for tbe City, and on bis rejec
tion for tho county of Middlesex. The
tceuesof tbat election beggar descrip
tion aud are too well known to need it
One luuident is too amusing to escape
repetition. The Austrian embassador,
tbe Ctuf von Beiloru, most solemn
and baugbty of the representatives of a
solemn court, waa dragged from bis car
riage by tbo mob and "40" chalked on
the solea of his boots. His constantly
reiterated demands for ' reparation,
which it was impossible to satisfy, only
made him the more ridiculous. "Wilkes
and Liberty" was the one topic of the
day in letters and conversation. His
bead was even adopted as a sign for
publio houses, aud be himself told the
story of the old lady w ho aald, "There
be swings, everywhere but where be
fight to be." Corubill ilugaxiue,
... - rialo Direction.
Canon Kuoz-Little told a good story
once at a church congress. He said be
remembered a lion gate in front of a
beastiful church, which bad been re
stored and made very nice.' ' There was
palated over the door, "This is the gate
of heaven, " and underneath was tbe
large notice, "Uo round the other way. "
C. H. BESTOW CO
Low Prices. First-class Goods.
Corner 11th and Main Streets, Oregron City, Oregon,
p THE FIRST OF THE YEAR
Will be a desirable time to enter tbe
New classes will be commenced after the holiday vacation.
For catalogue, address
W. I. 8TALEY, Salem, Oregon.
Southern California has a population
of about WO.OOO, comprising 64,000
fumilies, and the railroad mileage is
equal to oue milu of road to about 40
families. ' Tbe population is increasing
at the rate of from 16,000 to 90,009
families a year.
Londos, March, SO. All tbtdlspatchea of
tlit American correspondents, of London
paperadeal today ltb President McKinlcy'a
dillloult position In tbo face of tbe revolt in
congress six! the attitude of the "Jingoes."
The Dally Newa saya editorially :
"Tbe true test ol President McKuiley'e
Inlluenot and statesmanship will be mr
ninbed tomorrow. His nieixiBge will eitbei
settle Hie dilllaulty or piecipitale war."
For Young Men and Young Women.
There Is nothing that will arouse the
rle of a young 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 shirt waist is
mussy their neat appearance is spoiled.
The Troy laundry makes a specialty of
ladies' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no better work than is
done at the Troy. , Leave your oiders at !
Johnson's barber shop. i
No deception praoticed.
Ho 1(W Heward. ' : i
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST
for a generous
10 CENT TRIAL SIZE.
The Marketing Point
OF CLACKAMAS COUNTY
The factory towns of the East are notetf
for affording the best market to the neigh--boring
farmers and gardeners in proportion"
to the population of any of the towns in
that section. The reason for this is that
the people of these towns have a fixed in
come upon which they can always depend,
and, as a consequence, they are liberal buy
ers, paying cash for all their purchases.
As the Great Manufacturing Center
of the Pacific Coast
Is Coming to be One of the
Bet Marrctirg Town in the State
Wood wanted at this office, oak, fir or
limb. In length 10 or 22 inch or four
Pi va Rdpam Balm
eonuloa no cocaine, merrnry nor auy ouier in
iurioue drag. It opeue and eleaniee the Nl
IWnKoe. AlUye Tula and Inflammation. Heala
and Protect the Membrane. Rretoree tha Seneea I
of Tute aud Smell Is qnlcklj abiorbod. Olwa ,
Kdlief at onoa. au eta. at Druiiie or by Balls i
Trll 81m 10 eta. at DnnlM or by mull.
lilX UBOTHKita. M Warren Street, New Tori
This is proven every day by the number
of farmers, who are to be seen on its streets
Belling their produce, who, until just tho
last few years, sought the markets of other
towns. The system of macadamized roads
that is being built into all parts of Clack
amas county, will enable all the people ol
this county to share in the profitable mar
ket that Oregon City affords. If, as it is
sure to do, the demands of Oregon City in
crease in the next five years as it has in the
past five years, this city will rank next to
Portland as a market place for
of the Farmer
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