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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1898.
LOCAL NEWS AND
OH Victor byryoloM for IU al Hiir
ieltir A Atxlresen',
'fWhy bonnet ami lililMV hat In lwn
atfadJHwl,!! price, ut I In' Hiu set Stow,
'"'A Mult rrtito wiirrMiili'il sewn- ma-
mh,olw.l for ut Helloiny A HiihcIi,
''"fatVIMora at tint price. Ilw Minister
A i rutaiise ii.
fiuff ribbon in Hih IhIi'nI plll and
iiiutrWln all color at tlm Km kill titoie.
La'sVyr' patterns of wiill per ut
reduced price. 0 and IUo counter lit
llttllomy A lunch.
Hnvtt you seen I lie new self cleiinlnK
prwktit wheel on tli 'OH VIctoroT No
No other Intel hathl improvement.
Htop that coiikIi I Take warning. It
lny IuhiI to conauinptlon. A 2rs IhiIIIk
of Muloh'a Corn limy "VH your life.
Hold by eiwrinun A Co., dniKtilsls, Ora
For a quiet placa to lilicli your lmre
war from tlu motor Him and p1'' to
get a tint clasa Jolt of repairing or homo
shoeing call on K. F. Hcrlpturo' shop on
Karl'a Clover Hoot Tea, for Constipa
tion It'a the best and If after iiln It yon
don't aay ao, return tlm pai kage ami gel
your money. Bold by Chanuaii A Co.,
druugiata, Oregon t-ity.
Catarrh Cured. A dear IiuhJ and
sweat breath actMired with Slilloh'a
Catarrh Hemedy ; sold on a yuaranliw.
Nasal Injector free. Hold hy Charman A
Co., druggist, Oruon City.
lr. Miller baa JiihI added a complete
Cataptiorcse'a outfit to Id well equip
pcil Dental olllce and can fill teeth with
out tlio Itant fear of pain, OlhYe 7lh
street near the Southern I'acitlo dciwt.
Wa carry belter style and belter aa
aorttnent at lower price than any house
In Oregon City. Cri-u (i.i.iimn.
The Victor have a reputation that
will bear InvtliKHilon
Ir. L. I.. 1'nkiMi. demist, d a)
klnda ( dental woik. (fold crown,
porcelain crown and brldgo work a
an'cialty. All operation jcimrnntid for
ft year. Call and not my twice. Olllce
in ltarclay Imildliiit
The new alylo akirt require biMlc.
You can get them at the Itackot Hioie.
The Victor htraiuht Line apnx kel i
an improvement winch make it possible
to obtain tho full driving- elllcleiuy of
the chain in the worst condition of road
New atyleahirt waist in Unman atrip,
plaid and click, at thn Market Store.
Our motto 1 "rit mIc and inll
protlu" In the latest New Yoik atyle In
millinery. Ckua (oi.uchitii. ,
Wood wanted at thi olllce, oak. fir or !
Ilmli In length 111 or Tl inch or four
War price xn on tea, rolfee, flour
and flour. Huy now. tioixl nmi or
Kieen coffee, 10c i ainoklng tolmccn, l.V ;
cheaiiitf. 20c, up; 2 mw tea lunt ; 2Bc
guniowder lea 2fc ; choice &0c apiderleg
or gmipowdur lea, 6 pound can lor $1.60
Half price on little thinn 4 ounce
VHtwIinu 6c; hrinu can or glana; atan-h
fie; Arm A Hammer ol 4 c ; 4 o ww
lug machine oil, 6c; lemon or vanilla
6co. Biing hot Hue. KeJ Front.
Udie' hat atylih, beautiful In de
ngn, and a mivinu in price too.
Mr. M. K. Hamilton, Ked Front.
Bhlloh'a Conuinption Cure cure
where other full. It I the leading Cough
Cure, and no home ahould be without it.
l'leanant to take and gov right to the
upot. Hold hy Chariniin A Co.. drutiglHt,
Duniul WilliuniH, at the iiorthuat cor
ner of Center and Seventh street, ha a
choice and well selected Block of fmnily
sroi:eriea which he I aelling at very
roaHonablo rate. Hi motto la "live
and lot live, with honest weight and
measure". Goods delivered to any
part of the city.
I was reading an advertiHement of
Chitinberluin'a Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Ketnody in the WorcheHtor Enter
prise recently, which lead me to write
Hum. 1 can truthfully aay 1 never used
any remedy equal to it for colli) and diar
rhea. I have never had to uso moie
than one or two (Iohcs to cure the womt
case with myself or children. W. A.
Stuovd, I'opcmoke City, Md. For l
by Ueo. A. Harding.
The Racket store will remove Monday
to the buiidiim lately vacated by Frank
Barlow, next to Knterprie otlico where
they will continue their biiBiness on a
Beware of " cheap M bak
ing powders. Alum makes
good medicine but bad food.
Ask your doctor.
Tlie Houthern I'aclfla have made an
other alight cut In paxHimgcr rate he
Oreuon City and I'orthind They now
ell roiind-trip ticket good for DO duyt
at -in cent, and the purchnser of the
lli ket I entitled to carry IM) pound of
I If K (HIIK.N I Al FKTK.
Wn (Julia a MniTe It Miirpantpd the
An Oriental Fete given at 81 Ively'i
opera limine TuedHy and WedncHilay
evening under the Iminedlato manage
ment of Mr, and Mr, 0. F. Itockwell,
of Chlcwgo, nd under the lininedlate
patroiMg of the Lailie' Aid Kix'lety, of
the CongreKatlonal church, waa the best
apcctucular and miiHical entertainment
ever given In thi city. It waa entirely
the ftwk of home talent, except Mr, and
Mr. Itockwell, and they all won new
laurel during the two iii(hl that they
enlertttlued highly appreciative audien
ce, Forty-four of Oregon City's hand
Moment and IiiohI talented ladies took
pMit In I he miiMical extravaxanxa, and
they more than met the ex lactation of
the public, Everything w conduced
on a tcale or Oriental aplendor, and the
rich continue were diilyed with
splendid effect, ahlle the oertic parti
cipant went ll.roiii'h every detail of the
prouram without nmkiim a break.
R. J. McKlttiiik, who wa elected
Hultan by a large majority, made an ad
mirable Oriental King and he sat In state
mirrouoded by his Court subjects. Mr.
Itockwell wa Prima Minister, who ha
had prepared a grand fete for the enter
tainment of hi Mauenty. The scenery
and everything connected therewith,
was noted for lis nplendor and magnifi
cence. Tlm clinrn work was simply
grand. C. A. Miller ami Charles Poie
were a great nun-ex a Court jater,
and kept the audience in a roar of luugh
tor, uinl the Hottentot bodyguard, con
nUtliiht of James Church, Walter Little,
Frank Hurryhine and Ites Norri trade
decided hit in their evolution and linic
I n a.
Follow iiitf the Prime Miuinter' "Tle
of Woe," ma a nolo br Mr. W. 11.
Wik'gln, ahlcli was well leceived ; C. A.
Miller Miig one of hi opu!ur aolo, and
wa ucceedel by Min HiUid PilHhury,
who did herttelf credit ill "Collie to me
liiirliiiK " Mr. C. W. (iiinoiitt, another
popular soloit, nang "Hpiy Day."
Charle Pope hrniight down tha hoime
aa"l)rky Cavalier," and Mi Ora
Kpauuler siinlaiiicvl her well-exrued
reputation in a aolo, entitled, "Don't be
Cro." The nolo were lntcrierned
with joke and witticiHiii by the court
The nerie of living picture elegant,
cbanle and clanxical. "Another Victim,"
by Min Spanglcr and Mr. and Mr.
David Culleld' little non, In two act
brought deafening appUune from the
The newlxys choru. "Opera 1402,"
bowery style, wa one of the entertain
ing number of the evening, and wa
realintlc in every detail. The little boys
and girl went through the drill work
tx autilully. The fancy drill, La Tipica,
by the VI Persian iilrls, "Hy Im Haby,"
lullaby scene, by Mies Kate Ward and
Turk irih ladies and the Amazon March
44 ladie costume, were all immennely
Walukon In New Km preclnct.on April
15, to Mr. and Mr. II. A. Waldron,
Lamoik At hi home in Mackshurg, on
Thursday, April 21, Adam Lamour, of
The deceived wa a prominent and re
pected citixen of Clackamaa county and
was a member of seveml secret societies.
He leaves a wife and eight children in
Kood clrcumstancea. His funeral took
place on Friday.
Oowkk John Gower, Sr., died at the
residence of his son, John Gower, Jr.,
near OBwego, April 23, aged 78 years.
The remains were interred In Moun
tain View Cemetery and the services
were conducted by an Episcopal minister
Irom Portland. Mr. Gower wbb a native
of Shoreham, Kent, England, and came
to the United Htntes in 1874.
Nymkmi Baknuhovkr At the Court
House, in Oregon City, Saturday, April
23, Mins Ora K. Barnjfrover and John
Nyherg, County Judge Have offlciat-
Sit Kll AN Kl'KHTKM At 8t, John's
Cuthuliu Church, at 10 o'clack A. M.,
Tuesday, April 20, Edwrtrd Shohnn to
Miss Minnie Kuerten , all of this city,
Kev. Father Hillohrand officiating.
The. bride Is an esteemed and accom
plished young lady and the daughtor of
Joseph Kuerten, manaiter of the Oregon
City Soap Works, while Mr. Shehan, the
groom, is one of the expert machine ten
ders at the paper mill and an exemplary
Mr. Tim Murphy, the eminent come
dian, is announced for April 30 at Shiye
ly's Opera llouso, in tho pathetic com
edy "Old Innocence" and the dramatic
sensation, "Sir Henry Hypnotized."
Dr. Mile' New Pkuterib2&o. at aUdruggtsui.
CIKCX'IT t'Ol'KT CONTINUED.
Martin and Wejhmd will KeecUn
The following proceedings were hsd
since the lat l.nue of the Enterprise :
The grand jury returned a true bill
against L. Dak for burning a hop lions
lat December. Following Is the grand
jury rcjiort made Thursday:
GUARD JURY UK POUT,
In the Circuit Court of tho State (
Oregon for the County of Clackamas.
To the Hon. T. A, McBride, judge of
the above named court:
We undersigned members of the grand
Jury for the April 1808 term of said court,
beg leave to the submit this our final re
port. We have Inquired into all matters
of crime brought before us and have re
turned Into court two true bills and one
not a true bill. We have alo examined
into a number of cases upon which we
do not deem it necessary to reiort. We
have visited the county jail and find the
same neat and well kept and the sanitary
condition good. We have called upon
the various County officers and find them
diligent in their woik and obliging in
manner. We have thought it expe
dient to employ exert bookkeepers and
accountants to make a thorough exami
nation of the book) of the various County
officer, beginning with the laslexfiert's
report on the same, and bting it up to
the prenent time.
In view of the fact it will be several
days before the experts can complete
their labors and submit their report, and
that our labors are finitdied we direct
them to fllo their report in this Court
when flninhed and reiort to the Judge
thereof for their final itischsrire. And
now Having completed our labors, we
most respectfully ask tiiat we may be
E. If. lit' KO II A ROT,
J. A . Talukkt,
C. C. IklKI.AM),
F. J. Walks-it,
J. It, Williams,
W. M. hTuNK.
George Sutherland v C. Zimmerman,
etal, heard on demurrer to complaint,
which wa ovei ruled.
Amy BolM-aon v Frank M KoWson;
the order heretofore made giving defend
ant the ciiHtody of Viva Hobeson was set
aside, and the custody of said child
given to Preston lkinney, of Meadow
Duffy Bros, vs George L. Tout and
Ellen Tout; additional judgment for MO
lor cents and dihuritemei)le.
The following cases were dinmisced:
Lyman E. Latourette vs Thomas Char
man, Trustee Baptist College of Mc
Minnville vs Thomas Charman; Trus
tees Baptist College vs Thomas and
Sophia Charuian, A. E. Latourette, ex
ecutor vs Geo. B. VaUon, et al.
(iiNtav Petemon vs Adum Troger;
judgment for f 1250, and decree of fore
closure. August Poiper ys Herman Peiper;
suit for divorce; ordered that defendant
pay over to plaintiff the sum of $50 for
her supKrt during the pendency of this
Andrew Papp vs Hugo Tarkel, etal;
defendant allowed to file his answer at
C. O. T. Williams, assignee, Oregon
City Sah & Door Co., vs Joe Miller, el
al, assignee ordered to sell property as
per order of Court.
A. 0. Stogsdlll ysD. W. Howard, et
al ; decree of May 7, 1807, allowed to
Mary F. Morris vs Frank F. Moiris;
decree of divorce; plaintiff and defend
ant were married in Portland on June
20. 1802, and while they were residents
of Seattle, defendant deserted plaintiff
on Jan. 27, 1800. The plaintiff waa re
stored to her maiden name, Mary F.
James W. Smith vs Nancy M. Gribble,
et al ; it was ordered that B. C. Curry be
appointed guardian ad litem for the
minor defendants, Catherine E. Gribble
and Martin II. J. Gribble, to represent
their Interests in the suit.
Harriet E. K. Penison vs Paul A.
Oxameet al; judgment for $1000 and
decree of foreclosure on mortgaga prop
erty. A. W. Lane va Mary Lane, decree of
divorce by default.
Edward Lund vs Mrs. Joe Wall et al ;
judgment for $150, and decree of fore
closure on mortgaged property.
Lee Pack arraigned for burning a hop
house; plead not guilty, and his bail
fixed at $500.
Samuel K. Taylor vs Dicey E. Booth,
et al ; dismissed.
Jmes W. Tufts vs George A. Harding
'93 Model, 32,
'93 Model, 35,
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN,
et al ; to be tried at the adjourned term
Dan Lyons vs M. II. Flanagan ; con
firmation of sheriffs sale.
Margaret E. Buirgy vs Charles E.
Peterson ; motion for an order to with
draw answer filed.
Bank of Oregon Citv va A. W. How
ard, et al; Mrs. Annie II. Whltlock ap
pointed guardian ad litun for Kutherford
Whltlock, one of the defendant.
Claus Krahm vs John O Bhsnnon and
C, E. Shannon ; continued for service on
John O. Shannon.
The Oswego Commercial and Havings
Bank vs Ed Dupuis et al ; it waa ordered
that Mason, Ebrman A Co,, be substitu
ted defendants in place of Emily II.
C. Il.-Isom vs Clackamas county;
Jury verdict for plaintiff for $125.
Mary L. Bradley va Wm Anderson;
defendant given 10 days additional to
James W. Smith va William Jack, et
al; absolute title to disputed promises
given to plaintiff.
F. Kechner ys J. P. Watkins, et al ; J.
W. I. oder appointed guardian ad litum
for minor defendants, John and Floyd
Henry Jewell vs Annie H. Whltlock,
et al; Annie II. Whitlock appointed
guardeon ad litm for Edward Kuther
ford Whitlock, a ru'ncr.
F.ffie G. Nelson vs P. E. Nelson ; plain
tiff and defendant were married at Inde
endence, Oregon, on the 17th ot August
IH, snd a decree of divorce waa granted
on the plea of cruel and Inhuman treat
ment. The plaintiff was given the cus
tody oi the minor children, and the de
fendant was ordered to pay over the sum
of $100 for their support, and $10 per
Amelia Fisher vaO. J. Hoel, et al;
judgment for $498 and decree of foreclos
ure. Thomas Charman va W B Stafford ;
judgment for $402 50.
Bessie Monteith va Morris R. Mon
lei th ; decree ol divorce on the plea of
Commercial Bank of Oregon City vs
Henry Hopkins; judgment for $075 and
decree of foreclosure.
Martin ( oh Continued.
The case of the State of Oregon against
E. E. Martin, the Populist ex-deputy
County Clerk, who was indicted by the
grand jury on three separate indictments
for forging County Warrants was again
continued for trial. District Attorney
Cleeton had the case set down for trial
at the November term of Court, but ow
ing to the absence ol two Important wit
nesses, the cane waa continued to the
April term of Court. Mr. Cleeton had
the case set for trial, but the attorney
(or a continuance based upon an affida
vit of Martiu's physician in effect, that
Martin wa sick and it would not be safe
for him to leave hi bed. The cate was
continued until the November term of
Court when It will be tried. There is no
question of Martin's guilt and it is only
a mutter of time when he will be pun
ished (or the crime committed.
The case of Walter Weyland, another
Populist, indicted for larceny from a
store was called. Weyland did not
appear and a bench warrant was issued
for his arrest. He was arrested and
asked permission to go out in the country
and get some clothes. He never came
back. He has skipped the country.
One by one the Populist votes of Clacka
mas County are being reduced.
Strayed from my place about five miles
from Oregon City on Mt. Pleasant road.
April 19, (our hnrws two hays, one with
white face; one black and a two-vear-old
colt, dark brown with star on forehead
Reward will be paid for return to my
place, or information as their where
abouts. Mrs. Wm. II. Jones, Oregon
THE DREADED CONSUMP
TION CAN BE CURED.
T. A. Klncnm. X. C, the Great Chemist and
Scientist, Villi Send, Free, Three Rnttlesof
llu Newly Discovered Remedies
Editor Entkki'hisk : I have discov
ered a i tillable cure for couduuipliou and
allbrochial, throat and lung diseases,
general decline, Iops of flesh and all con
ditions of wasting away. By its timely
use thousands of apparently hopeless
cases have been cured. So proof-positive
am I of its power to cure, that to make
its merits known, I will send, free, to
any afflicted reader of your paer, three
bottles of my newly discovered remedies
upon receipt of express and poet office
address, T. A. SLOCUM, M . C,
98 Pine Street, New York.
When writing the doctor, please men
tion ttiis paper.
Or Trade seven miles from Norfolk, Va.,
Enquire at the Electric Hotel, Oregon
Services at Park Place thronghont the
week, commencing Wednesday at 7 P.M.
Eight new members were confirmed al
the German E. L. Church last Sunday.
McLaughlin's Chautauqua Circle held
their regular meeting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charman on Monday night.
There will be patriotic services at both
the Methodist and Baptist Churches on
Sunday evening, to which all are invited.
The subject of the evening sermon at
the First Congregational Church next
Sabbath evening will be "A Great Ques
tion," At the morning service there
will be communion, baptism and recep
tion of members.
GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTH
ERAN IM MANUAL CHUUCH-Cori.er
Eighth and J. Q. Adam iraeli; Rev.
Ernest J. W. Mack, pintor. Sunday school
at 10 A. M., weekly service every Thursday
st 8 P. M. German school every Saturday
from a to li. Areryoouy invited.
F1K8T CONGREGATIONAL CHL'HCH.
Kev. I . W. Bu l-r. Pantor. Services t 10 M a. h.
tnd 7:30 t. M. Hundnr School titer mornlo
service. Prayer meeting InuicUjr evemug; t
7.30Q,clock. Prayer meeting ol Young People'!
Society of CbrUtlao Kodeavor ever; Sunday
evening U:30pri in pt.
first baptist chohch.-bv. m l.
Hvihi. Putor Morning Service at l":i. Sunday
School at 11:15; Evening Service 7:30; Kegmai
prayer meeting inurtday evening. Monthly
Covenant Meeting every Wednesday evening
preceding the flrit Sunday la the month. A
oorillal Invitation to all.
8T. JOHN'S CHURCH, CATHOLIC Rav. A.
HiLLsaaAMD, PiUr. On Sunday mans at and
10:30 a. u. Every second and fourth Sunday
German sermon after the S o'clock dims
At all other mauet Kngllan sermons. Sunday
School at '2:80 r. H. Veaneni, apologetic
tubiect and Benediction at 7 JO r. u.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHCRCR.-Rer.
T. U Jo .e. Paitor. Morning service at 10 45;
Sunday School at 10:00. Class meeting after
morning service, evening service at 7 UK).
Epworlb League meeting Sunday evening at
(:k; Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 7 M.
strangers cordially Invited.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.-BlV. A
J. Montgomery. Paator. Services al 11 A.M. and
7:110 r. M. SabDatn School at 10 a. m. Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor meet
every Sunday evening at :30. Ihuisday
evening prayer meetlug at 7:au. seats tree.
EVANOUCAL CHCRCH GERMAN Rev.
Ericn, Pastor; J. K. Ehrit ."l t.m.
Preaching services every Sunday at 11 A. M.
and 7:30 P. M. enbhath school every Sunday at
10 A. M , Mr. Zi'timerinati SupU Prayer Meeting
every Thursday evening
GERMAN LUTHERAN ZI0N"8 COS-gn-Kational
church. Rev. P. Hnck, pastor.
Services every Hnnday al 11 A. M. Sunday
school at 10 A. XI.
8T PAUL'S CHCRCH-E.lropal-W.
D. Williams, D. I)., minister in charge.
Hui.ilav He hoot at 10 a. m., services at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p.m. Friday at 7:30 p.m. even
ing prayer service with an add res. Beats
Free. A cordial invitation to all the ser
vices. o .x s a? o n x a
B to ? Kind Yon Han kmn Bought
Dr. Miles' Nervine
A REMEDY FOR THE
Effects of Tobacco.
THE excessive use of tobacco, especially
by young men is always Injurious and
undoubtedly shorten life materially.
Mr. Ed. C. Ebsen, compositor on the Contra
Costa A'tu-J, Martinez, Cal., writes; "I have
used Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine and re
ceived much benefit from it. I was troubled
with nervousness, dlny spells and sleepless
ncss, caused by the use of tobacco and stim
ulants. I took Dr. allies' Nervine with mar
velously good results, allaying the dirtiness,
quieting the nerves, and enabling me to
sleep and rest, proving In my cose a very
beneficial ruuiedy." Dr. Milei' Restorative
Nervine la especially adapted to restoring
the nervous system to Its normal condition
under such circumstances. It soothes, heals
Dr. Miles' Remedies
are sold by all drug
gists under a positive
guarantee, first bottle
benefits or money re
funded. Book on dis
eases ot the heart and
nerves free. Address,
v ur. 'y.
i M!!' V,
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO
We have just removed
to the old Bee Hive stand, next to Huntley'?
Book Store, and have received a new line of Gents?
and Boys' Furnishing Goods for Spring an3
Summer direct from New York which we are selling at
the Lowest Prices. Give us a trial and we guarantee
to give every customer satisfaction.
Main St. between 7th and 8th. Caufield Block.
They all say that
Headquarters for Hay, Landplaster, Seeds, Etc,
Royal snakes the loo1 pare,
wbolaaoflM sad delicious.
$100 Reward, f 100.
The reader of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at leant on
dreaded diseae that science has beer
able to cure in all its stages and that i
catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cnre i tlx
only positive cnre now known to th
medical fraternity. Catarrh being s
constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
cpon the blood and mncu surface i
the system, thereby destroying the fonrs
dation of the diaense, and giving the pa
tient strength by building up the con
stitution snd assisting, nature in duinf
its work. The proprietors have so iiiikIa
faith in its curative powers, that the
offer $100 for any case that it fails O
cure. Bend for list of tatimonial.
Address, F. J. ChkxeT A Co.,Toledra,
0. Sold by Drngtfist, 76c.
Hall's Family Fills are the best.
Gallery makes photos that ar
guaranteed to please.-
5Iain Street, opposite Wells Far
Headache atappeA In SO minute by t
Miles' fui Pills. "One centadoa."
rO P Q ift fg
fresh & cured
fjhas. Alright, Jr.
all parts of
" Air W t-S
pARMERS . . .
Your team will have the be;i
of care and
Full Measure of Feed
W. H.YOUNC, Prop.,
Sucwaaors to V. H. COOk.
Livery Rigs on Short Notice.-
Telephone No. 42.
I All naln banished by Dr. Mile' Pain FtUs.
Carries the inoet complete st'X k
ot First-Class Groceries to l
found in tha City.
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