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OKEGOX CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, AUGUST,
Oregon City Enterprise.
City and Couiitj OflMul Paper !
lnlli!ie.l Kvery Friday.
A TIMH'ltl.KKItMK TAX.
Since it was reported that lireat liritain
mid China had arrived at a satisfactory
tmde mwituMit there liiivo been rniuotit
of a hitch in tho iiuvoodiiin loi mtxo of
PACTS ANP l'AN
one which compels the voter to wear
party ctrmit jacket nt the priiimrion. The
niiK'itoxtion has often been nmdn that
lint w need above nil thini in lociil
Tlu temperature of the iniil ha
Undoubted il'lllll'lll'K upon the liMopt'ui
lure f tint b.'dv. Nnmtirili"H l'll,lH
nominations I to i;.'l a:y from I'')' ; V in,vil llm .IiinIv Inul'"")'.
(ho enormous dill'ieulties in Hu way of a ' tickets ontlioly because ll.e national ' plodding al.'iii: the Mine rmiio every ' '-
TO THE HOME.
...r i .. i c .. ii ! Suillli.i'
L L. rOUTKK, l'n.'i-K.KToR
, readjustment of the tarill' and the likin.
, This latter lax is rs peculiar as the
tr. i moil'!'"
Trial ?uiiv. t;,.tion two months
A .ti-iv,.''' i 1 "ii cents on !Uutsor.ption
Tor o:-.e .:-, Scents (or six months, it
pai.t in i.tvai.ce.
Alvr;i;:i,; rates given on application.
party mimes are not relevant to loeal , The iter often woti.leia it ine leni....
, .'. . . , ......... ... : i, i.. ' tilt i.ic.iliini! of their ciMence, en per Hilly !
, elections aim on....:..' im' i!"iirr, it ij. - ... i
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heathen Chinee himself, an.l was insti-1 thought that if their use were foihiddrn ;,., i, ." g drivci ihemselve.
luted as an emor:onoy t.ix just ai'lor the, on the local ballots an.) all iioiiiiinitions ,,,,1, !v (,,,.( m.:n ,li-.tn banco. '
'Taiping rehellion, when the noverninent wore inaJe hy petition theie w.uil.l he a , Hiey s'oli.lly hohl to their places on
was in despot att stiaits for revenue. milch nioie ennvit'.eins' promise of a thor
l! is a sort of piovincial, or wo iniht j relonn.
almost say township or village, taii:'. I nn: hi t k in a l it v. .
When li-vds are carried inland they! i;,,.!,!,,,.,,, !,,, emu., homo from
- nmst puss what are called harriers, that ; f,,w ,m,tl ap) loudly Haelarins
- will find tlie of expir.i-: is, stations w lid e the likin is collected, i ,i, ,.,,, .v,mi, rt n it il he iin.
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Uie.'r'nan ;-. It this ilate'is not cinmc.-.l "d there ate so many of these harriers i ij,..,,,. ,,,.,., ,0 ulV0
'that evtiemely jwiy sent- Hi.' I"
must s'ick on a l,ii;li I'lh d load of .!. 1
Tiie sun p nit s Its hot I adi ince over
llicin, or a thick l"iid of dn-l l-ni cs
th, .in in ils density. .infliy it mn-t he.
a cool philo-iphy in hiain ol man or,
beast that snppoiti lib' under snch C"n
;'" A 7
'ir y v ' J
w.tf.tn two w-es alter a pavmvnt,
QOti.'v us a, j we w ill look allcr it.
K:n-rd a: ( poto;::e in (Vreuon t. ity.
(.'r.. as sveoiul class luatter.
: thai the multiplied tiansit dues impose j Mr y , ,eely is, ho.vever, to lei
i a very heavy luiideii on trade. Tims il j the pblic know that there is as little
i is said that in the eighty miles between 1 siailu( lls honesiv in I
, miliar Seusliln
"tp ini .
Illl I.U'III'Umii lt.( V
X C'lliimlila t.r 4r.
Ileulniilnit Salni.l,,,. j , '
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I. hi Pep il at V I'll p ,
diiecl without li,iMl'.N,l!'
; ha.t and N.....I.., , lil";'U
jt.,.1.1 will bo .., !.,, "'"'"I
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A.iKSTS FOK Til K K.NTKKPKISK.
11m. .eelv was
convicted of steahni; postal money at
Havana, and should now be solving a
Union il i
N ew Kra
Fark place. .
j Jdian:hai and Sucliau the number of
: turners is ten.
I I'ut while it is manifest at a glance
jthat such a svstein nmst hamper tiade L,,,,,,,.,,,;,,. o( t1(1 (-,iIm1i ...ni.riiineut I
1'r. p. Ii. T'miean , 1
K. I. Sia, 'enui;y, 11 is aiso cie.ir mai u.e revenurs : was pnniu.. tl) (,,.,,
A Matller 1 1. 1 a,,lV..r i-.irw 1,1 il..r I 1 1 ' V l,v itu with.
IVonestic as well as toiein
llie people 01 i'ic;'ii iri ioe hh"m"i j..
and doim; t tint they are no cuoler 111 iS
re lid to its
lid y appeal am e. I 've
if 01.lv a few ViMli
term in prison for it, but throuuU the voui.eer, I w,.iild certainly "H!'ii '"
iMj.mii. ,it h r: y w Inch shoiil.l tune 1..1
. U J. Truhiiiter dravval
tii. liiilman , . ,
V. s. N-.-wherrv nn rchaiidise must pay the
ll- 1(l;"".p i has irown to be considered indispens-
I'. T. Ilowar.l ; able bv most of the local authorities,
t aril" b. M . I oope r j
M.ih'i Annie Stubtis from the viceroys down.
Mairqiiaiu J. t". Mar.nam
itjttcTille. H. Jennli-ks
"r',r; Henry A sinyiler tf,t.at vicetovs of the Yinte Vallev had
Kaale t. ree H.Wimern
Dvujscus J. ('. Klliott I memorialu-'d the throne for its abolition
Svi lv F. (lo ts, h I , . , , ,
r-irrinsv-l e Ceo. J. (,'nrrin : th'ouuhout the empire because of the
WArmo1 AlU)l'h As,'!u'!l ! compensation to Ik) ton.id in the nev
IXIM VTK I1 N(T t il AM.IM;
, treaty, and there can be no doubt that 1 viot-a rranl tiri.l ttitf, un.l uppIi.-H to tltf place as are notab e exception-to
! w ith it s disapiiearanee a treat impetus! in,,,,,.,,. i:.,.,,i 1,, i ,..i,i,r....l f... iteinle cnlniiii prove the tnilh
The rema'k i not inire.jiien'ly heard j would be given bjth to foreign and do- ,li8 ,oney money that he had stolen
tl at clrxatic conditions are materialiv , mes'.ic trade,
cl.anntil fruin what obtained several ' -
AearsBu-o, whtcL, perh.ips, is so to some I JtwiK itiiLMts.,11 mil: iiitvv. term in prison f-r yoiin.teis in the thick .Inst ol ti,.
extent, but certainly not to the degree Ttie best traditions of American I T , ". . . ... i '''-v? Yonder a... tao cute l.ttl,
, ,. hnieii linpirleme ol this man lijtH wh,w 1 h,.r has evidentlv ri.t ai
u.ai u.r ,'icm u. ,....., ui .-r, , , would bo a line thiiiL' for ariuoi mil' war r,., I the
iN ul.j this niatti'i of the tcanlnii"e
1. 1 streets and yiuds." The speaker
was one whoi-e own pieinHes me
ate a model of neatness and be.iiilv.
t'omiiielits are (re.pieully heard lioin
visitors to our eily on the mii;!itlv,
slovenly Hppe.intnee of the H'reels. The
rinds, peelings, paper and other rubbmli
scattered proiiiiscuou-ly about, n J alone
then returned to the War Pepartment, ! l,lls.v. w ikin people, but lile
... . . ' . will seem brighter ii we vv re.ithe lis h.n.l,
wnere it remains, in nonruiv' seems 10 .
prosaie facts w lib the simpej;race ami l'"
snow jusi wnai oisposiuon s.iouui "";,,,,,,,,.,,!,!,,. ;,..,. a,l
made of it. Now comes Neely, the con- beautv of nriitnes and or.br. Sui t.
.pioted, a tiling of beauty Is a Joy lor-ever."
and w hich formed a part ol the evidence
on whirl) Im it. 4 Ri.tileneeil I,. M,r. ,i Who can explain the C l'lflll til. ,o ir.
At the time of his aires! he had in hi"
possession funds amounting to fi.'.'iil.
The money, apart of what he had stolen,
w as taken from him and put in posses
sion of the Secretary of War. The latter
eiit ll to Cuba, at the time of Neelv's
It was sai.l, vjiowever, that the two tn,l to he ii-o I as evidence. It was in back alle.s and rear yards
a busy, haul Wi ikinn pen
will seem brik'hter ii wo vv ri
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her l'Mli. l M'i4ily ii..birln'
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Tbeii. are tiuie when tuirlim
iit a atonic. I 'on'l k'l v" p'l' "itiin (
i'"h nr. I wi'ukni. ) '. Witt'a LlU I,
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nii'l ni . loon i'l nil' iivrf, y
:: llvhliin I mi.,, M.h.iti 'i.,n
hav e l allie.l I irWitt'a l.itllr Klilit,
with me lor 1,'ii.ni v mf . an.l .
b' Itlnillt H. em " .'anil li, I
take. I'U'e'v Vi j'.ti'.,,.. f;. k
I 1 1 pl ol dl.tfl'M Ili'O A. Iltl,,-
if it could be extracted ami haul
ers wou' l indicate. No particularly ' of Oliver Wendall Holmes b) h.' a jnde 1
K od rea.-un is advanced to substantiate j "f the L'niteJ Stales supreme court. I rui, )r,()(.r Hm)i. Tla moMt t.,.
the aroT.e'it further than unreliable , Jmltfe Holmes was called from the hu- lV(.llvw prj,,.tjU Wo,lM ,., ,rol it UH
leeollect!.. too often ....tiling n.ore than . prem, cou.t of Massachusetts, Ilk- Jude h)t., (r0, a ,,ri(.u wa. , ,
ae,ie imaoation. Thomas Jeirerson Oray, whom he succeeds, and Jne j ,at tm AUor,u). u,.mfIl, ,,,. , .e,.
was the fir-, scientific weather observer . Ciray is himself proof of the wisdo.u ' ,.0y a .k.. vigorous bouncer will, a
o! whom the a'jvei uir.ent has any rt-cord. ' selections from the bench lor the highest
in lrc-li, clean aiun'nln
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a.ni, ' '
On J til v 4, 1 77ti, he took three observa-j court in the land. He has made an ad-li'-nn
of the tenii'erature at Philadelphia. I niiranle record, and tiiere can be no
It is interestii-.g to note that the highest ! doubt that his lotiu experience of judicial
, ., . , . i
l-uiperaa!.-- ne observed that nay was ,4
decrees. Contrary to this the writers
concerning; the exciting events of that
w ork in his natfve state wan of great value
to him at Washington.
Jii.L'e Holmes has had an even longer
day are screed that t he temperature was j preliminary training, his term of twenty
very hiejh and the day eiiltry. Even so, years in the Massachusetts courts having
boot of about tw o tons displacement who
miyht operate on Neely w hen he ayniii
applies for "his" money. -Kecord Herald.
and sent them out to play. See li"W ,
i -lickly they slip 1 1 . i , Uk i i the open bout
ilate. Now the lime! ol." bus I'luiiU'ed
herself iloW II W hen. ll,e .i-l is deep..!,
and is poiiriiii: the fuseinat im: stud ' t.vei , J. ,,. ;, 14 , lln, rar Hli.it Hie
her fat, lltliu le;', red ili ri an.l nil.
I'll.- older sister 'iitheis the pit in hau l
bills, .oniui; it as hi;li as she can and
, , .i.ii. . j -,re 'lit liaiii m-rviir nil. i li.-.ip
K i r .i-l. niir u i lie I.' ,! 1.4 i! i utiles il,, I . '
over her curly pile in showers. As tin' I
cuol hi. ailows ol eveiiim: l.i'HUl lo tall, a I
1 M . 'OKI'S I i A I N , KM'OKIS l.l'SK.
the record in his jiocket note book merely
as a matter of habit ; the others trusted
Mr. Jeffr-rson was also curious to find i and he has come to be regarded as one
out if there had been a general change of the ablest jurists in the entire coun-
I and their clothiiij ui. inv! (Inn little
Jeffersi n wa? probably right, as he made ' exceeded Judge (iray's by about three ' fell oil' to the extent of f t.0".',0ix). This j (. , ii(h Mail; , ariu ,,.,. ,,., (,,,.,.
years. For the last three years he has
served as chief justice, thus following
again in the footsteps of Judge Gray,
in climatic c . r.Jitioss in Virginia, as the
oldest inhabitants were fond of talking
about in those days, as now. The snows
were deeper when they were boys, then
ae now, and the spring rains were earlier
and the autumns pk-asanter. He con
ducted his own observations over a
period of fifteen year" and imjuiries ex
tending over a longer scope. He became
try. His title to preferment is based al
most exclusively upon his service, and
the reputation he has acquired lrorn it
and from the authorship of law books.
To be sure, he is a republican, and the
appoiiitment went in accordance with
precedent to a certain district; but
neither partisanship nor sectionalism
has prevented essential fitneBS from de-
convinced ti.at there were no progressive j terminina the choice. The president
changes on recount of the march of civ
ilization. Willis Moore, chief of the
weather service, when questioned
whether or i.ot climatic condition! have
onderg .n" any material changes replied :
has perhaps Baved himself considerable
Kxridl Tit I . a: ii wrvn e mi l
round trip e u . -ion ra'e v .a A.
i K. K I'lut'iie I'lrti I... lv lo Vn.ll li e .
ro.m! alll apple -i.lt.. the atery "W hat
the Wil I Wave I-av a! Se n-i le" no mi .V,
ingly lol I in a ban leiilv ilhMiatel
and deseripl i p i.npl.l.'i just in.iie by
Mr. J. ('. Mayo, ii A. Aslotu, tin..
Throiiu'h train between Portland,
Havel, (iearhar. and Seaidi leav-i.
I n on Pep,, l s M'l A. M il.ulv. I'oit
is one of the most interesting features of j in not moro than six inches from tl(, lan I -e .M'le l.xpn-.. leases 1 nmii p.-
Kroni.,1 as he trundles .he plavthing lM,t ' ', rv S"l"r,l ,-V " :;" ''' M- l: 1
along in estatie enjoymerit. jlappv j "'I' '"""f'"1' lilk"1" ,"'1 I'o'touid
childhood. We i joint when readiiu- in ail 'lalsop and No. II, '.e.n h p.m.u
the Hook. "There shall bo boys and : H"1,1 "v"r' S'1"1"1 '' 1,1 r'''" 1,1 '
if irla l.lavinif in the heeU nf l!, II, .Ir hangeal
the nrevii.ns Vear. Thn I'lLOireH are as I'ilv " bnl . I.,. u.ll ii I... , k"'"d to return Si. lid iv ni.l.t Wai
set of luroer children gather on the j
comer. Hack and .forth, up and d iniii
A Washington dispatch culls uttention they cluue, kit king up big do, els of .lust, j
to the fact that our imports of iron and , or sculling it along wilh their bare feet, i
steel mannfactu.es increase-l by Kl.tyiO,- ' ,",,'n ,l",-v 11 m,-r '"''"selves or
. . ,ii,. i -i ,i each other, 'till sweaty laces ant smeared ,
uuiiiij, iitc )uni cui, n nil": Dir. A J")i IB ,
the foreign trade, but it is to be noted
also that the totals show; a very largo in
crease of all imports and a still larger
decrease of exports by comparison w ith
With all boat hues ami
those streets are paved with go'd'.'
Two little friends of the w riter were
l!)ll $.SJ.",.172.Ii' l,4s,7,7.' 4 'HU
,,,., I..,., ui . ',i.i I., on .... ... .
aw. oo..,t-( ,oi i a.ooi,. n'.iui i given a canary, a pretty lei.ovv an ! a
It will be observed that the increase of j fine singer. For months he received the
Hall water baths at Seu-ole now up.
Sept. i&th to 20th
Von r invitrd Pi I'.lrnil c
r thr Kli atrst illduvllUll
..niuil im. I live. t. i.k ilu
In-ld on the 1... itu' Ceail. '"
racing rviry flrriio. C':'
ground firr. C'liir "'!
your familea. 1 T njr Uf
lion, w iile
M. D. WISDOM, SlCt
imports was over eighty millioiis, while
the decrease of exports was about 100
millions. Outside iron and steel there
were such import increases as silk,
twelve millions; silk manufactures, four
millions; lumber, four millions; wool,
trouble by keeping the resignation of j five millions; wool manufactures, three
millions, coffee, eight millions; fibers
and textile grasses and manufactures
thereof, fifteen millions ; cotton and cot-
Judge Gray secret; he has certainly
done as well in his quiet search for a
surrePHoT as he could if he had been as-
"Civilization has caused no appreel- j sisted by all the politicians of New Kng-1 ton manufactures, nine millions; hideH
able climatic changes we know about. land during an open contest. Such an j and leather, ten millions. Then; was
I know that it is a common impression appointment assures the hearty approval 8,1('h a general advance, moreover, that
that the charges which civilization has
made in the surface of North America
has caused climatic changes. It is said
that the denuding of the land of forests
and the cor; ing of irrigation on a large
of the legal profession, of tho presa am'
A CltlTIC OF THE DIKKCT I'KIMAKV.
A Minneapolis correspondent of the
scale have and will make lar'H changes. Springfield Kepublican presents certain
There are xanv excellent reasons for j facts as an indictment of the direct pri I '''jnBi and then came the iron and stee
the total increase of eighty millions is
arrived at in spite of a decline of thirty
five millions in sugar imports.
The principal loss on exports was in
hreadstullH, sixty-two millions. The next
heaviest was in cotton, twenty-three mill
reforestation of the land, and as good for mary systei
manufactures. Hut cotton manufactures
irrigation, b :t neither will have or has He says that a candidate for a county j showed an increase of twelve mil
had any effect on the climate. One asks office w ho was nominated by the voters J i'ons, and this loss of exports is not so
of the telegraph and telephone wires
the barb-wire fences and railroads in
the middle West have not influenced the
electric enrrents of the air. Not the
of one party was "a salaried officer, generally distributed as the gain in im-
against whom a suit was pending for ap- ports.
propriatinK some $10,000 of fees illegally.
The suit was sidetracked for election
slightest. 'There has been only one thing j purposes, but the .Supreme Court has
w hich I can think of w hich may have
To IMy I'rlcndM.
It is with joy I tell you what Kodol
made a difference. That is the vapor
rom the countless fires of homes and
factories. Lvery day many cubic miles
of vapor is turned loose. Yet the vol
ume of the atmosphere is so great that I
am convinced that even this bas caused
no appreciable change in the climate.
Near a city the effect is to be noticed,
but in a short distance from the city the
air is in a virgin state. Every ten years,
approximately, the weather will average
1 did for me. I wan troubled with mv
finally ordered him to cash in." An- gtomach for several months. Upon be-
other candidate for a county office who
was Dominated under the new system
and elected has since been removed from
office for misappropriation of fees. Both
parties have nominated no fit candidates
for county judge. Then there is the
Ames case, which bas attracted bo much
notice of late that the mere mention of it
tends to throw discredit on the law.
The citation of these instances in which
the workings of the system have fallen
for localities. The rainfall equalizes it- short of the expectations of ita promoters
self and the winters and summers are of serves to direct attention again to a feat
average length. Floods are greater now i ure of it that it unsatisfactory to many
than formerly, bat the general climatic
conditions bave Dot changed and doubt
elss will not change for many centuries."
earnest friends of electoral reform. It is
tbe featnre to which the correspondent
ing advised to use Kodol, I did so, and
words cannot tell the good it has done
me. A neighbor had dyspepsia so that
he had tried most everything. I told
him to use Kodol. Words of gratitude
have come to me from biin because I
recommended it. Geo. W. Fry, Viola,
Iowa. Health and strength, of mind
and body, depend on the stomach, and
normal activity of the digestive organs.
Kodol, the great reconstructive tonic,
cures all stomach and bowel troubles,
indigestion, dyspepsia. Kodol digests
any good food you eat. Take a dose
after meals. Geo. A. Harding.
Smith's Dandruff 1'omade
stops itching scalp npon one application,
three to aiz removes all dandruff and
will itoD falhnir hair. Price .V) run In at
refers when be epeaki of the system as all druggists.
best of care and attention. Hut as tun
wore on Ph key was not the most import
ant thing in the world. His needs were
quite frequently neglected, "pear ln!'
exclaimed the house mother mm bright
morning "This bird must have belter
care or I shall set him free." Once
again she found him without food or
drink, and she opened the door of the
cage. Happy Pickey ! Out in the fresh
air, out in the big world to fly far ulicld
or sour toward the deep azure of the sky.
So airy and light of wing wait he to revel
in the soft spring sunshine. Hut soon a
change came. His fky grew bleak and
grey; cold winds blew about him. Heavy i
showers drenched the beautiful plumage.
Where could Wee Pickey bird find a
shelter. Some God-implanted instinct
guided the lit'.Ie creature homo. The j
door of his old cage was still ajar. J
Chilled and weary, he crejit within its j
cozy shelter, sweeter now than liberty, I
for he trilled forth Ins grati.i.de in a full, '
rich gush of melody. Sown sometimes,
let loose from an environment, scanty
arid cane-like, and enjoy our freedom
for a time. Hater (he winds and storms
of adversity drivo us home. What
seemed like prison bars are only a dear
shelter for our sorry plight.
M. L. C. Havwahd,
IIU Nixlit I lirt-iili iK'il.
"While picnicing last month my 11-year-old
boy Was poisoned by some weed
or plant," savs W. H. Dibble, of Hionx
City, la. "He rubbed the poison off his
bands into his eyes and for a while we
were afraid he would lose iiis sight.
Finally a neighbor recommended De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. The first
application helped biin and in a few days
he was as well as ever." For skin dis
eases, nutu, burns, scalds, wounds, insect
bites, I'eWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, is
sure cure. Kelieves piles at once. He
ware of counterfeits. Geo. A. Hardiinr.
.lUMt I.ooU At llr.
Wocnce came that sprightly step,
faultless skin, rich, rosy complexion,
smiling face? She looks good, feels good.
nere's ner secret, bl.e uses ir. King s
New Life Pills. Kesult all organs act
ive, digestion good, no headaches, no
chance for "blues." Try them yourself.
Only 23c at Geo. A. Harding's.
How to Entertain Your Friends
so lb. v will 1 1 j v every inn. iin it
of the time; 'l ake tli.'iu ti ...
The Wilhelm Tel
fiivo llien, Cream I'lir- Ity.' Whisky nii'l (ianioriniu 1'-
Si.xtl. tunl Main Ftr.el.s. A. H. GRIESSEN, PfP
Kor the next nixty lny
Straw ;hi, Crush JIuIh Ilelo
Shirt WaM from . . , UP
'ifi-inuh IVrculort now IJJ
TrM Clod, ' From 20c JJ
Duck SkirtH in colors From
Moh'h ami IloyH1 Cam regular j.ric.) 2.r! n0''
Mmi'h Fancy UrcHH ShirtH, regular prims l noff
NeckticH, regular prico 2."c now 1-
Moh'h SweiitcrH, regular price H.'w n 6'X
J'.oyH' Sweatcrfi, regular prico .Vte oW
Men's Heavy ShirtH, regular prico 0c to Toe...."04
Fancy Socb 5c Pir
We arc making a l.ig cut in prices in every
thing in the line of Slmcs, Dry (ioodn ami Fur
niching CkmIh. Call and examine good 8"d
get our priccH.
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Court House Block
ORECON CITY, OREGON