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About The enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 188?-1891 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1890)
Oas ua l n Half Million Dol-
!:US e:Xl.Miacx! Ill tltO llVCtKU
ot factories Uuj past year.
That amount will bo doubled
the coming year.
Tho (jront muufucturing cen
to r of the Piicifle Count.
Moro Powarthun Minneapo
lis und Spokane Falls combined.
m h aaa
VOI, 1U-N0. 2. (
VulHletF livery Tluicvluv,
kriim nm of" gummas' county.
ftttHI It IN AllVANCK:
jir year ...
SlX lllilllth -
.VilviM'liMHK rale given
$ 8 rti
- I mi
Clackamas County Dikectory.
Clerk l loinM .
II. II. Johnson.
V. W. II. Samson.
W. T. W hillock.
S. II, tallll.
, John V. Noltle.
OKI UK MS.
. . ,Tho.. F. liven-
1.. I.. 1'orU-r-
S. K. UrrvH.
F. It. I'lmriiiau.
A. S. lirvsser,
t K. Ilurtis,
. 0. HnlkiN'k.
Sir1! l'timniiai'tii'r .
Sup t n( Water Works .
W. II. Howell.
CHI NCH tHOt.
0. II. t'atitield. Chas. .Vtbev, C. J. Park
T. I.. I'liarman, K. . VVarrvn, J. H.
i'rviulmtli, J. W, OVoiiiit-ll.
TIIK M Alt.!,
Mail cle going nerth, ti . h., 2 r. x.'
Mails close uik south, !...., :i r. M .
mix Rot Trn.
Oregon City t Molalla Million, ("arm and
Willu'it: U-ae ut 10 a. M. Mondays,
Wednesday anil Friday, and Mums on
Oregon lily tn Mink, Clark, Miilino, I'll
dm Mill') unit Meadow HriKik; biio nl
10 . M. l'm'Mly, Tliunxliiv ml .ulurvly,
n,l ri'turns tin lolluwing iltty.
.'ITHKKX rl'lU" THIS.
Train from l'urlliiii.1 : Arrivrnm li.il. K.
an,l S 'A T. H.
Arrivi't frm S.uili: 1 .IS . . ami A I
rrriiii ai.i.iK -utiw .
l.ir I'lirlhtnil. l.rc Oroitmi City.
" Si A. K. 7 ::m A. M.
lll lll A. II. !:.' A. X.
I .' ' M. I ki r. H.
Si r. . 3 ' r. m.
5 uir. m. ii ;v r. .
StfimT Alttiii! -no Vy 1.;uIiiik.
iU'tiuirr KnU)n ay l.aii.lu.H.
(l ulAd. II :l a. X.
11 ii . u. 2 i" r. .
4 iir. . li.iw l". u.
On-roii Lottitf, I. o. o. r. No 1
rvry rrnirtnr evn..,H at 7 M o'rlnrk
r. M . In Ihr Il0l Kullnwa Hall, Mio ircol
Mpoilr nl Ilia Onlr r lutllei, Ui allruj.
til urJer il 1. 1 Cuoka, N U.
Multnomttli l.oilicr, No. I, A. V. k A. M.
Hoiilii ltn rrKilr coinmiuiloiiliiiut ou flrl
nl IhirJ saliiraayii "I ei'ti nioiiui nun r.
Arrilirru IdkimkI stumlliic nrt luviicilto iiuetiU
A. K Ti.Wl.S. W. M
I. ACKKKMAN, heiTi-ury.
Vlt-Hile I'uot .No. 2, ti. A It
mi'nt of OrfKOb.
Mfft Aral .ltie. Ujr ui evtry monih, it 7 SK
P M At OdJfellDWl' llllll. iiTVtou tltv
mils i li l.od it of a.
Mitt every ierunl ml fi,urib Kriilny even
lucmuiM Kellow. ball.ln All
brettireu cufiilillY luvltel to tteml
I Art. MU.K1.NSUN. M
Kl Its r UO.NMHEG ATION A Lt: II I' KC II.-Kv
0. W. Li'Cak, fa.lnr. itervlrra at 11 a. h. anil
7 a) r a. H'lti'Uy Hctioiil after miirulnf .er
vice, Player lueetliiK Weilnemlay evening at
7 JOo.cluek. Prayer mcelltiK u( Yiiiiiin People. a
dueleiy ul I'hrl.uan Kmleavur every buu.l.y
CruiU( at A. jO pralnpL
FIK-iT BAPTIST CIICKCII Kav. J. C, Hiad
Pa.tor M'irnluK Service at 11 00; Mun.lay
tonuol at U 1", Kvenliif berviee .40; Keicniar
prayer inertlux Weilneailay evnilin. Munihly
Covenant Meetlnf every WeliieaiUy eveulna
prece'lmg the nrat Hiuulay In the month. A
coruial luviutinu to all.
8T. JOHN H CIII Kl.iI.CATHOI.lC.-Hav. A.
Hillkhhanu, Paa'.or. on gutiijay maaa at n ami
10& a. H. Uerinaii aermnn Aral anil third
bunday lu each month at urliMk maaa.
Sunday Hehoul at J SO . M. Ve.pera and
Ueueilictloii at 30 r. H.
8T. PAl'L'H P. E. Clll'KJII -Hev. J. M linn
aldaon. Keotnr. Hervicea every aumlay at II on
and 7 .10 u clock and Wedneaday ovenlin al 7 ito
o clock; Hunday aehaol at 111 00 Mt. Paul a
Chapel, Canemah: bervice each alternate Hull,
dav at i 00 u nlock.
METHODIST Kl'ISCOPAI, CIICKCH -Kav
JoH! PaaaoKH, Paatnr. Morfilm aervli e at 11;
butiday Hegwil al I'i.l.'i, tvenlna aervli e at7:H0.
Youny fieople'a meeting Tueaday venlii at
7 00, Prayer Merilni 'I hum. lay evening at 1 M.
V1KHT PKKHHYTEKIAN CHCItCH.-Itav. 0.
W. iiiiioxav. paator. Xerrlrea at 11 a. m. and
7 30 r. a. Hahliath School at 10 A. H. Vouch
People . SiK-kty nt Chrlatlan Endoaviir meet,
every Sunday tvenluK at :t0 Wedneaday
cvfulriK prayer meeting at 7;30. rieata free, ho
T. V. I'OWIKO. K. II. C0WIN8.
COWING & COWING,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
All naaea before United Hlitte. laud ofllcei a
OKKUON CITY. OKKOON
cT dT& b7"c. latourette,
ATTORNEYS AND C, WLORS AT LAW.
U AM BTRKKT, URKOOM CIT, 3BICOOH.
Turnlah Abatracti ot Title, Ixjan Money, FniV
cloae Mortic-.Kea. and trau.act Oeuurul
G. E. HAYES,
fTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Oregon, City, Oregon.
Office up .tain near Court Holme
Attorney at Law.
Oregon City, Oregon.
Land Business a Specialty.
T. A, McltKIDK. A. 8. DItEHHEH.
McBRIDE & DRESSER.
Attorneys at Law.
OlHce in Jsinur Block, Oregon City, Or.
J. W. POWELL, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllce at Cliannan
& Co' Drug Store
T. H. HORN,
House and Sign Painter,
Paper Hanging a Speollty.
Painting dune in all Its branches.
Leave orders at the post-offlo
Bhop at rear of the post-ollice.
r.F, WltlTJS. W.A, W IltTK
Practical Architects J- ltyi!J,;ra.
Will nrtnMUti, Itritlnni, worklm ilrv
MIU, u,l imMfloailoni lor All klluli nl Innlil
Iniia tiiiwUI mio'HIon iUkh to m.-li-rn v.n
Uin. kllmU liiruulieil nit .0lolU,ii
vllourl.lrein Will IK HKiin ,
Urmuii (Illy, 0(ti
J. M. BACON b SON.
Uooks and Stationery
POST OFFICE BUILOINC,
D. J. SWITZER A CO.
V'! iTti uf Ctilar lml - A lmiifitln,
Oii. in Kktkm'Iiik lluilillnn.
J. D, UROCKENBROUGH
Altonuv at r,nv,
il.l Kt'lAl Atent ut i;uorl l.iul (irtice.)
Orogtm t'ity, Oregon.
lUmiosW'it.t, I'rw-ciin.tion niiil Tluiltr
l.utiil Applimtiunit, mul oilier l.uinl
OlIU'o Humittiiut, tk. SHt iKliy,
OKFU'K: '.'ml Hotir CliuriiiHii llrm.
Hlot k, ljuiniti l!, 8. l.itiul Ollii-o.
kUlu Strmt, Ort(nn('liy Orriun,
KTKV CtiSMTANTt.V OS 11A.NI) TIIK
ll lir.iul nl t,l,uor.. Winn .tut t'lf.r.
Illlli.Clly Mlrfiln mul try Iho ui'W IlillUrit
Th! Aiioluiiirtil Milwaukee, t hieuauj
Bip H.er ;. 1 KKUhA 1 II
Renner & Davist
Practical House Movers,
will tlo all woik in their lino nmitly
ami HutUtailurilv. AidlroKH,
UKXNKH A DAVIS,
Ort'tfoit t'ily, Oregon,
FOR FIRST CLASS LUMBER
Geo. S. McCord's Mill
on Mt. rirfiHunt 2J niilos noiilh of
A. WALK Ell,
Is )rt'imrod to attend promptly tc
work entruMu'd to liini,
I'atromi ru.pfctfully milicitcd.
Tavory, I'V'd and SuleStalilo
LOt'ATKU tlETWKKN TIIK IIHllHiK AND
Double and Single IUgn, und mid
dlo liorsi-! always) on hand nt the
lowest prices. A corrall connected
with the burn for loose Block.
Information rt'arilinK any kind of
Ktock promptly attended to liy person oi
horses Bought and Sold.
M. II. rinmiktiin.
lt. A. Hill,
Flanagan & Hill,
WHOLKSAI K AND ItKTAII.
KEEPS ON HAND THE II EST SELECTION
n( Wtrie.. I..imr, Ale, lleer, Ac, tn lie
found In the Slat.. In Logui-Eaaihaiu lllock
Give m. a call.
HALF AND HALF ON DUAIJUI1T.
Truck and Livery
W. II. Cooke, Manager.
Corner Fourth and Main StrectH,
The LEADINOll VJfifr HMt'
of the & V;li)ifi o( any description
THrtnslied on short notice.
All kinds of Truck and IVdiviiry liusi
ness promptly attended to.
Ilorsea BoiinloJ and Fed on reason
40 acres with flame locality,
finely improved, for ale cheap.
One of the good furine of Clacka
mas county within two miles of
Oregon City in a fine state of culti
uation. Also land in Clackamas county,
noar new motor line. Fine for
farming. Terms oasy.
F. 0. McCOWN & CO.
The Cliff House,
John Bittner, Prop.,
Oregon City, - Ore.
The LEADING HOTEL of the city.
The table supplied with the best
the market affords. Booms
large and well furnmliod
with comfortable beds.
Sunple Booms for Commercial Travelers.
BANK OF OREGON CITY
PaIU up Capital $50,000.
1'rkhuiknt .THOMAS C1IA1IMAN.
Oahiiikh .t'UAH. II. CAIIKIKLU.
Manaiium )'.. I., KASTIUM,
liepiintl. rveelveil illijrm tit vltort.
Aiirnvpil hill, anil nil. tll.eenm.J
t'oiitily ami oily warauia ttnuilit.
l.naua mail, nit avalkilil letmrlly.
t'nllwliiiiia mail iraniily.
ira(l lt mi I'nrllaitl, Mitn KriielMa(Milr.-
(, New Yotki .ml ftl irluoli.l elllnnl Kil-
Toli'travlilp .inhamel oM nn VurtlanA, Ian
Fraueiauu, t'lile.i anil A.w Turk.
Interest rail on lint deposit as follows:
fur I lire. luniitlii. 4 t.r tunt par aanua.
'nr l tiunillia, ft per e.nt r aauuut.
Pur U muitllia, i ).r v.ui (i.r auuuia.
Tim. tiertlKeatea ot iteiotll. (tayabltaa if
maml, nut Interval lurlolwj II ilratiu keltirv
end til tertu ul tlioil'
AIR CUTING nUAMPOOING
AIR DYEING JJlNGlilNG.
Sharp KazDM A ('loan Towolu
Lmlii's' and child rent' hnircutting
1 lot or cold biiths ut any time.
25cts. BATHS 25cts.
W. C. GREEN,
Opposite the Post Office.
II vuil are in need ( Harlieaa, Saddle,
Ilridlo, or Kepaiia, you can aave money
t'lilltng on mo. l'liin IUlKatV llarneaa
ea ami Hlot k Saddles mvld to order.
Wlietlier yon want to buy or not when
in town i-iillun mo.
Till- BLUK FHONT
Also Annt lor tli CelebrateJ
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
Willamette Heights !
ONE MILE FROM THE
OX TIIK WEST SIDE.
A Fine Chance to Invest
McCOWN & CO.
LLVKSAY it SHUTE.
DKALKIW IN' '
FLOUK, FKKD, Git A IN &
AgontH for Clackamas and Or
egon City for tho Col
Keep on hand
Rustic Fooring, Ceil-
and all kinds of 1( inch
ing Lumber, Dressed
Fence. Pickets of
CHOICE Columbia Ce
is divided into 70, two and ono-half,
and fivo aero tracts. It is located
on tho Heights ovenooKing me
Clackamas; henco its namo, it Is
about One milo from Court House
and Ono-half milo from the city
limits. Tho County road crosses
which makes it easy of accoss, being
about twenty minutes walk from
tho centro of Oregon City.
lies in Oregon City School district,
and purchasers can have tho advan
tage of sending thoir children to a
eood. (traded public school. The
Soil is cood, tho Location very
healthful, all Fruits and Vegetables
yield abundantly. Terms one-third
down, and balanco in one year at
eight per cent. For further partic
ulars inquire of
E. E. CHAKMAN,
OIIEOON CITY, OKKC10N,
m ti jii ! miiwi mi'1 '
The Commercial Dank,
OK OKKUON CITV,
Trnicti onerl Banklrn BUln.
LiMiia mail. nUtu (llai-oimttnl.
MkMoolloiian. Iliiyn mul U
cliitiKton ll jioltiU In lit llnltctl WiHw
nil Uuroi mid tut IIiiiiu Koni. I'o
Kalti reetjivml pulilnot in dinek. Intar
imt ut umiiil rtt lluw(i(l on tiin li''"
inkr)Kin from tt A. M. I 4 r. M.j
Hattinlit uvditlng (rtmi 6 till 7 l M.
. v., wsMimv,
K. L. NI'IAVTONV
STRAIGHT & NEWTON
Goods sold at Portland
lUtillKST l'HtCK l'AIH IOK
HAY ANI VVY.U A Sl'lX'l tTY,
IF TIIK CITV.
Call and Examno
Shop Carpenter's Work
Will l,HulleJ hy Calling on Mt.
Doors, Windows and Blinds
O-. II. BESTOW,
fT"Opp. the Congrtigatioiuil Church.
Onti of tho nicest pluttunin Cluck
rtias hottoin, lieing 85 acre. The
fest of land for u jii'itch orchunl.
100 young pencil trees just Ikj
ginlng to ii'iir; good dwelling
huse on high ground and all of
tit necessary out-buildinge, etc.
45 TO 50 ACRES
Vie of the fineBt snrings in
Clakawas county. For salo chenp
V. C. HUMnillEV,
; 0. Mi Cown nt Oregon City.
Yon ara tnltinllng lo piireliaiia a
THKS WHY NOT
I nun 1 M ., mill
ino livo i.iw "'Wrumcnt
... i i... ..,,, ..t w.vufw .......
sou you aii
KM V l0l.
Soli for CASH or on the INS1!
h City, Ore
Address at Oregc
0. E. A. Freybg,
Pi v on
THURSDAY, JUNK 20,
I.iiMt HiitnrtUv our imhlio ch(r''ln
wcr cloned. Tim lfiattitrin witc in-
doubtcdly tln ihhhI hiiccchhH'II Hi
vry n'Hict in the lilnlort uf the
OswtK'i nchooln, An I havt no ho
cimri to th rccordi I "n.m u
precintdy the number o "''holitriin
aUrmlaiion during lb' lut term;
but from what wo cav on Haturduy
it imiHt bo about 1- wits a
vry plenHinn ilgb-ttowu io uuttiy
bright, rnlllng y-'n8 M
truinwl. Thtf WMHPi were very
interotii, ai-J Jpe onter an. ain;
einli.m r .APollt'tlt. Mr. (I. W,
1'roMser, eli;-" ,,f. t,,w JV'1 f
ilinictiira t'llJ vtinv iiivrri intti not
been A iiiew Wltlpllllnl HpilinHl el
Iber of tu teiiehorn uurino; the
term nni' Hl1''' wnn '"lt ,llir at
IhimL nf t hii If) teiuler A volt) of
i....'.t... I'rofesor ICvanH,tlu.'rrin
oiiml nu' '"Hs i'll,HI"M,'i teiicher
.J ti,'- primary department, for the
very i'"0'1"11 Wor't l"''y l'l,('
il.inil. tlt"B during the term.
an' of th MiH'iiktr) iniid the
tcaehi " behest couiplinients
Thi I"r,",H"f the school are anx'
4" luv piiiiic U'lirilt'lB rill
Kl next term, even thoutrh
ar' rualury isreimired to priK-ure
their " " "V
(),""CK" " iiierciiHiiij very
futni' w'" '" l'10 near future,
1h. i ""burb of rortland. b. ii. o.
, uita 2:i,18',M).
jj'imi uertrudo r mley is vuitnif?
ai.rs. Minnie W'imkI is visiting her
parc"U'"r- and Mrs. J. M. Huydeii.
.'e enjoyed a splendid ruin on
thai HiBt., insiirmg
. Olllltllllil linrvest.
yi uoiioMiHin to nave ft tri-ww kly
ana iinderMliind V. 11. Mat
fhan ben awarded lhe contract
1 1 u i. i
Hi' will run a sLie
btt ",1 Hn" v "leKfilnriS.
rt aueslion, "Iti'solved, That
i. i. i , , i i
fort'itn inniigruli.in Hlnnild Ihi pro
lilbiiH'' wa difieimsfil nt the last
iiiwt ,n? t'1" Literary soriety.
Peori 111 ln" "inriiintno. Hon.
i p, JUrin w as iireseut and iiinde
Mm in .m rs. v n as. .Miller
1!,,. I., It,.., I I ..I...
WH8 lf K ii'itiauti run nun
throwUro"1 "10 Wl,k'n and two of
her rl rt,'"'n' w,lH taken to
Mlilna w lie re sue Htm remain at
the iinnf w'l'gi Init wcnreglitd
to lear" l0'"g WH-
Clutkamas is growing. Clackti
inns is getting a largo tiiidn that
forinerly went to Portland. The
schoolhuu is to lx niadf twice us
lurgtt to utvoniiiHidiite nearly 1KI
A Congregational church of 1 1
iiieuiher was organized recently,
und Hov. Win. S. Hunyan wuschos-
Messrs. Deanlorll ami Johnson
have started a hutcher shop, und
Mr. Johnson will handle choice
incuts at the corner market. I p
stairs in tho same tmilding we find
another industry lately lidded to
Clackamas; a dross-miiking estab
lishment under the elhciont euro of
Misses Piatt and Foster.
The Hand is preparing for the -1th
at Sandy. A great improvement is
noticeable in their playing. Clock
ainas is now getting ready in good
earnest for tho celebration. 1 hey
propose tn have tho biggest celebra
tion in tho county, and will spare
no tiains to make tho day a thor
oughly enjoyable one. Everybody
invited, lhe Milwaukic urns imntl
ill furnish music, Tho usual ora
tion and reading of Declaration of
ndeiKMideiice, sack races, footraces,
slow horse races, and a score of oth-
r sports will follow. Plug tiglies
in great mimbori will participate,
who must bo seen to bo appreciated.
Good grounds ono-half mile eat of
station at junction of Oregon City
and Damascus roads. Kulreslimont
.a l ti i ' j 1
on tne grounds. iiasKei dinner,
and at night a dance. Everybody
come, and enjoy a great big patri
otic Fourth. Cuius.
NEW Kit A.
Hniritual camp meeting is in full
blast, and will hold over one more
I ho lout; needed ruin w inch came
last week will ho worth thousands
of doUiirB to tho fanners of this
Crops look well hero, except hay,
which is very short. The potato
crop looks woll, and tho averago is
perhaps larger than ever was before
in this locuJity.
Peter Kanch and family, of Hu
verton, aro visiting relatives here
this week. Ho reports fall grain
looking very poor up in tho .Silver
Frank Kruso Iuib been busy tak
ing tho u. S3, census in this pre
cinct tho last week.
Dr. Casto has sold his New Era
property to a Mr. Claronco Now
bury, of Montana. Wolconio Mr,
Newbury to our midst.
Tho steam saw mill at Now Era
is protrrcBsinir and will soon be
turning out lumber perhaps most
ly aHh and Cottonwood for tho pros
Any onp wishing to purchase a
good flouring mill well located,
would perhaps do well to call on
Mr. Du-rins, New Era.
4The fruit crop is quite promising
here this summer. lhe codiin
moths seem to have vanished, and
so far the apples look in good coiv
otii: oi Tin: ham i ti
I'ni.u i:,iti:iiiiiimi:m or
I in: i t i.i.n i i v.
I'rown 'nn. M.P 4'tiiiiiij.
l lllniiirllei I'mII. ;.i l.lor
Oregon Cily la auiely tlnHlliiud to tuk
her place ainuiiK the great Iiiitiiufiieturii
cuiiwi oi I. 'i roiitlnimt. Tim wutiir
power here cannot be auqianai'd by miy
amrtiou In the I'ueillo Northwest, or even
weal o( tlin Mlsalaaltml rivoi-. The irmat
nuia nua mat niviin. urn ejtn In a Ink
Ing advaiilugit of tlm 'vmajii unity fur In
vnatiiiHiit, That; gmat liiiitinlncliiri.ig
eilywllt grow up and (U'VMlup hero ia us
sine a that the waUir ul tne Willaiiinllu
I alia this? toward Him Coliiinbiii. Among
mu luatnng ttmerpristis now ut active up'
erauuo la ma
Wii,i.AMKrr Falls Mxcklsiuk Comi anv
I hey have eatabllahud their idant ul
the lower end of the lueki, und creeied
building 'MxW feet, containing H nm.
flilnea lor liuiklng eicelsior frum cotlun
wikkI. lhe inaidiiiinH have acupm ily of
lour Ion daily, while tfawr threti pit king
uiai'iiiiir nave a tiipumly ol iimiir ni
ihsi.oiki ikjihkIs of rKa Miimiallv. J im
product of tho mill Is ahipHil lo vitrluiis
pat ia oi I no rat ine Coanl, und la used ox
li'iiaivuly by tipliolslttrera. Tlm wuiks
art) now in active ((iteration, und give em
pluyiiieiit to a inittilmrof liumlit, wlulit
lliti ciliatuia K)iiit,,out to vimtorH Willi
pride, the Kat elslur mills aa ouu of uur
atihtl inatitutloiis ,J Thnro is room fur
nioro InitJiRH of the aiimo kind, mid
the cli'inund (or this kind of urodm't is
Caows Pai-kk Comcanv,
iiiu louiiiiaiion lor una iitiiiiiing was
foiiiint'iHod Octuher 1st, IS.H',1, When
completed und in oriillon this mill
will consume 15 Ion of straw per tlav.
tirtHlui iiig about ten tons of alruw puper
u la lliti intention ul the coiiipaiiv to
iiiitiiiuat'iure oilier grinle oi paper. The
liiilldinga and mat hilierv will runt 1140
VSI. flin main slrurlure is fsulH.'i fet
wlltl I. -tUxta-l; lliBuutslilDbiiiidiiiiiscoii
mat id asture houe ihixmo etl, two st-
nea liigh; a uiacliint shop IMIxmi, and
bltkiiiilh shop ;iux4l). A'olit sixty
men will tut employed by this toinnaiiv.
about Imll of whom arenkilled woikmen,
and lhe pay roll will amount to about
OKMaO IV K ATI! Kit lU I.I.KMX Foil
MA V, IH1I0.
Summary or .Monthly lteiuit.
I'iiiiiumi, llregon, June l.'t, Ism.
The cool wnull.er of the oast five
muiilhs was broXen on April L'l'lh, mid
armor weather continued during .May,
giving to the monih onu of lhe higheitt
mean lemiHTaturi' on record. The
change in loinarature were iiidilen mid
tune severe. On the 'Jstli. "ilth and ::oth
a cool period was exne-nced that um
at ionii amed by light frosts in we f tern
Oregon which alighlly damaged lender
viuea, ami in eastern Urevon did coiiki.i
rat.ln duinaats t..., u.
jured. Tins frost was one ol the latest
on record. Temperature of tv degree
or more occurred ul Urant's Pass. Free-
ing leniHtratiireorcurn'd eitsl andsoulh
ol llm lllue mouiiluins on the Xli, '.".Hh
Highest temperature, US degree at
rani' Fan on the '.'lith, 'J7th itml ;iUlh .
Ilitlhest mean 03.4 degrees at llisnl river;
lowest fiL'.D degtves ut Joseph,
Thtt average preciiiitutioli, 1 .11.") in. lies,
i 1.00 below the normiil. I.a tiriudti
reiorl 3.LM Inches the highest monthly
total, and IIixhI Uiver O.l'.l inches tit
lowest. Hull) It'll ou from three lo eight
days. Snow fell in tne higher itliitudes
ou the .Mill, .".'in ami .tutu, iiiuiiuer
slorum with bail and ruin are rcnrtcd
from nine stations.
The prevailing direction of the wind
is from the iiortlewtst. The winds were
generally light to fresh in velocity. No
tonus are retried, H. S. I'aock,
Ubservor Mgiuil Nervice.
ITtOTMVEATIIF.It ltlT.I.F.I IV-No. 15.
For Week Fading Suliirtbiy June -1.
Tho cool cloudy weather ol lust week
continued during the piesent week, and
wa accompanied by ruin that were gen
eral, except In Douglas, Josephine mul
Jackson counlit'. lionoriiuy over one
inch fell along the coast and in the Will
amette valley, while in euetom Oregon it
ranged from one quarter to one inch.
The average June initn bus now fiillen.
and any more Unit may full would bo in
excess, though the excess would prove
beneliciul. II the rains nun navo just
fallen bud fallen four weeks ago greater
good would havo resulted. Thev were,
however, very benellcial and tvero gladly
welcomed by the fanners. Tho temper
ature has been below und the cloud lines
above the average, bolh condition he
ir favorable to the crops. While no
rain fell in tho Umpipia or Rogue Uiver
valleys elill the cool, clouily weather w its
beneliciul. Kuin in these valleys is badly
All growing vegetation shows a marked
benefit of the rains which have given
new life tn it nil. The (all und early
sown wheat will attain a higher stand
and tho lute sown wheat will at least
make good hay.
" . l .1 il.. !..! , ,1... 1 .1...,
me ruin suguiiy injured iiiu niiy uiiu
was down, lluy is ironorRllv reported
to bo a short crop. Hop uonlimiu to bo
promising, lhe codiin inotn hum not
nm, In itaaiiiiciirutico vet to any Ki'out ex
tent. Apples and pears uro coMsetpiently
reported most promising, Frost in May
seriously iniured the fruit crop ol the
Grand Rondo vulley. Ihiiiitillu county,
Walla Walla and Urund Hondo valleys
have most llattering prospects for grain.
And tho rains have materially iieneiiteti
the grain prospocls of Wasco. Slioi imin,
(iilliain and Morrow counties.
Present indications point to a prosiwr-
ous year for agriculturists Fruits, ber
ries und Hops uiso promise exconoiii
Tho mors continue to full. Consider
able snow Is yet reported lo bo in tho
mountains. It Is gradually being melted.
It. . I'AOl'K.
Observer Signal Service.
To contract for the delivery of 1 ,000
cords of wood for fuel, For further in
formation, call ut our olllce at. works.
Wll.LAMKTTB 1'UI.l'iS I'ACKK VO.,
OiLnienr K, Smith, Superintendent.
Notice is hereby given that tuy wile,
Julia Anna Kelly, must not be trusted in
my name, as: I will not bo responsible
for any debts of her contracting.
Oregon City, June 24, 1800.
I ,Mt l;i) llltTIIIIK.t (OMKIIEMK
The Oregon Annual Conference,
church of tho "Dinted Jirethrflii lu
CIn iHt," convened in its '7th annu
nl session al I'hilomulh, Jieiitoii
county, Oregon, Wednesday, Juno
Ilishop if. J. IVcker, I). I)., of
Akron, Ohio, presided. Kov. T. P.
Conner, of Philomath, wits rhosm
recording secretary, and P. 11. Wil
liams, of Oregon City, was chosen
Tho conference was largely at
tended, both by ministers and lay
men. Eight intelligent, consecrated
men went added to the ministerial
ranks of this ImmIv'.
1 ho reisuts to the confercm
chart showed a very marked im
prowment during the year, both in
numbers and finance. Plans were
inaugurated for still creator effort
by this people during the reining
me iiciiis were all manned save
two, I.iiiniiud Dunn missions, which
are in tho hands of the Presiding
Elder, until Im hhall find men to
taketheiii. Following are tho ni
I iiiiiipm district, h. M. Marstcrs
K,; Koscburg circuit, J. Oilhano!
pastor;Coiistt:ircuit, C. H. Marstcrs
pastor; Coos circuit, J, (j. Moslo
andM. W. Hamilton, nastors. Will
aiiittto district, II. L. Hark ley, P,
t. w - . ..... '
r. ; Marion circuit, li. 1opgan, lias
or; .saleiii mission, J. W. Pulley
paior; l minim .liliysiiooyme.pas
tor; Philomath, J. C. Keewl, pastor
inn and l.ane to ho Hunnhcd:
1 1 . i . .... .. .
iiHumglon, t, p. Ue, I'aHtor; Or
egon City, L. M. Uonuett, pastor
Nenioiiia, Kobt. Miller: Nchalcm.
. ii. rainier; Columbia, P. l
Williams; Cowlitz. Ionard
Prof. Keezi l was again elected to
io presidency of Philomath col
lege. Steps were taken to nut the
oJleL't' work ill better shane. One
lady in Ohio hn contributed an an
unity which will cover half the run-
nun, oxin'iiso of the institution
e understand that it is tho pur
se oi tins denomination to under
take in the near future to establish
themselves in Oregon City. In or-
cr io niciiuaie matters let all mem-
s-rsof the Dnited Hrcthren church.
or those in svmathv with them
lease rciiort themselves to P. 11.
Williams at the Ked Front store.
or Pcv. L. M. Itoniielt.theiuistor.
W Hindi School Ileporf.
ciiooi closed at Wilhoit Friday,
ie .'inn. with an entertariimcnt
ntittt. ,1nl t I CO l ..v. .'
Miss Nellie Ilungan und Master
Mi ll Ilungan, of Jefferson, kindly
assisted with well rencV led decla
mations. Those who obtained the greatest
number of heiidmarks are: A class,
Miss Habrs Ivus-'-ll, 44; H class.
Mil's Penh Carter, US; C class, Mas
ter Frank Melton, I'd.
Those who attended every day
are, Edna lloyles, ltena Carter, An
na Wingfield, Iva Hussell, Dudley
P.ovlcs, Frank Melton.
ltena Carter attended the full
nnmlx r of days without being tar
dy. (Jiiitou nuinlsTof visits were re
corded during tho term, and much
interest was manifested.
(iKo. Swopk, Teacher.
Transfer of lleultv.
RufiiH I'ridges and wife to (1. P. llridges
lots :i mul (i, blk 40, in tho town of Ore
gon City, Consideration f5.
R. O. Short and wife toCbai, F. Toozc
471) lit res. Consideration, $70011.
Ilond for deed II W Ross to David
r.illoter; lL'ii acres in section IS, tils,
r 2 e. Consideration, $KK).
T A Wood und R C Woo.l to J "W
Campbell; lot 7 in blk 8; Scllwoorl,
David Robertson and wife to Amanda
II. Wotzter; lot 7, blk H, in town of Rob
ert son. Consideration $'.W.
John Welch and wife to T. A. MeUride
mid wife; lota 2, !!, 4, 5, II , und 7, blk 34
Oregon Cily. Consideration, $:'5O0.
liavid Robertson and Ilaniiah Robert
son tt Lizzie 1. II. Sellwood and Hello
J . Selhvood ; nil of lots 1, 2, .1, and 5 in
blk 11, in (Jie town of Robertson. Con
J Sunniin et til to K. K. Bolutll; lots t)
in blk 1, East Oregon City; considera
John J. llinderman to Rosetta A.
lVitrdol!'; lot 7, blk 11, I'leiisiint Place nd-
dilion to Oregon City; consideration,
Ricliuid t'ilasspool mid wife to Chns,
Habcock and wife; lot 5 ami (1, blk 7,
llreen Point ndilition to Oregon City;
T. P. Randall to Wm Troiuensliluger ;
lots 10, blk !l, .Mount l'lonsunt nddi tion
to Oregon Cily.
August Muni and wife to Alexander
Citvepun ; cerliiin tructsof land on Pud
ding niver; consitleration, $3ti00.
T. P. Wni'shum and wife to Mary A,
Ranch ; .42 of an acre in section 5, t 3 s,
r z e; consuionuion, .iw,
Oregon City Also. '
There is moro actual building activity
und street improvement in Portland now,
than at any previous times in its history.
lt is not possible to go two blocks in any
direction, without obsorving one or more
houses iu course of construction. Row
aftor row of dwelling house are rapidly
filling up vncant lots. In Camther's
addition, a largo number ot two-story
bouses are butlding. Although many of
these hotisos will not be completed be
foro two months, they are rented al
ready. Such is tho demand (or houses.
business b'ocks ase rapidly displacing
frames. Fully kttoon lino stone and
brick blocks aro now completing, or are
contracted for curly completion. The
nature of buildings, as Indicated by per
mit issued nt the superintendent's of
streets ollico, is rather above the averago
of tho vear. A drive of a fow hours
about Portland would bo a revelation to
many who think tho Metropolis of the
Now Kinniro is nuiot. Ileal Estate Uo
I yiow. ,i
I ritlCE 5 Ch
kwm ur.yij et.wvr
Ami lll led lliitr Fur Tlm I
leelulloii of Our Header.
Tli Caiillul Journul I Infurined thai
Hupt, I.niii, ofthe asylum, hi temlurml hi
reaiirnallun td the hoard of asylum ccra
lulmlMiiers, eomcd of flovcrnor 1'tnnoy
it, Trcit.urcr Wulib and Hucmiary of glatif
.Mcllrldn, to take irct January 1, lH'Jl,
WoiiK Inn eoiiirnenced Uilwecn Inda-"
poudauc and Monmouth on the Monmouth
Independence iimtor line. The roail, it 11
uxui'led, will be compleied and In opera
tion by lhe glorluu Fourth.
I,reai.,T Im keen dieovered In the Cld
nce quarter at Astoria, The Aatorian
says: "A Chlneao phyahlan admit Hint
llii'rwi! tmo.Moiigoliatu lnthlclty who
are iilllii tM with the loathsome dineaae.
Now let, jiroiiipt ai tlori lie taken at once,
anil If nt'VCiMiry, a thorough eiaininatioii
of Chinatown ho made by phyniclana and
tlin pniper aiithorltu;, to rtain to what
an oli':it lhe disease ha rcachfl.
FiiiinY, tho Ural iiiaehliiery for Oregon'
first pulnt iiilnii was sliliiiKid to Turner.
from which placcdit will Im taken by wagon
to lhe ml ncs between lhe fork of theHaii
liaui, near Ilianou. The engliu'i will fol
low to-day and lhe mill will lie turning out
what promise lo he a line (jor.lity of pulnt
In a few tlaya. The company will be Incur
pornM lids week, having their principle of'
Hi at Ilmnon. Underlying the ocher Is a
rich Vein of aslx'aloa, w hich will be worked
A lelegratn wa receivod from Washing
ton Wednesday conveying the Infoniia
tlon Hint Mrs. Minna Waithbiirne had been
appointed postmaster for the Kugene office.
The pn'sent potmater, V. W. Oeburo, re
signed several months, ago, and ha been
anxious to lie relieved, but no action wa
taken until the present time. Mr. Wih-.
unit! will IHI the isition creditably. The
ilher applicants were F. Heimer, W. If.
A brains, Jlenrv Fry and Geo. F. Cra
liiiinl, ! ,
A gentleman living near Albany bat re
ceived a letter from a frieud in California
iii.iilriiig about the land of the Willamette
valley, us to whether or nut it i tinted for
the raising uf sugar beuta, eic. The W riter
also atuted that a representative of lhe U
gar king, I'lutu Hixrckleii, would viit Ore-
iii during the timer for the purpoie 'of V- ' ,
ascertaining it adaptability lo the ugar
beet wilh a view uf erecting a auger beet
factory. It ha been found that the etigar
la-els itrow luxuriantly aiai mature wllln
ie lilainelle valley, several teats tsf grou-
ng them having been made. ' .
SrvKMtt, cf the boys lame hack from the
race Saturday and from the expression on Jv
their coiuilenaiice, one would Jmlue, luicketl a f .
me wrong horee the full JiuiirlU ortbeif JT
uck.-llillslK.ro ludeifliident. . . -
- m , I list '
It will be rcnie!ula.r,i iLaijf,, ...nn, (.
1,H":liKl""t will. new kind of "t?l
Hiwcr, giiso.ine or naphta Ulitji )!. 'lhe
tonnigvof lli sUutner U tflsjut tevenly- ...
five. About two week ago be va loaded ;
ith lumber at Florence and started fnf
San I'runcisco, fitted out wilh a itovt en i
engine and apacrtainlng apparatus. .'bei."
fitirl y out on the voyage the engines failed
to work and it was fond the exeriiiienl
was a failure. She had to abandon borenv
glues and reach San F'rancisco under sail.
A great deal of cenfnslun and trvmble i
laing exrieiictd among censti enume r.
tor of l'urlland.
I'niiTMMJ and Tuconia were beaten by
the Seattle and Sjiukanc base ball player
F'ou the first time In seven year liquor i
tS'iily sold in Lawrence, Kaneaa. An or
inal imekage bouse ha been oiwned, a
an agency of the Kansas City Drewery, an4
loing an immense buiiues. t
Tux census enumerator for lwis and
Chirk, in Washington, had a narrow e
cai in the discharge of his duties, as he
was chnscd by a crazy woman armed with
shot gun, w ho w anted to shoot him. lie
iropped lsjuk and blanks, but afterward
recovered them, tlaiiinged soinewhat by
coiilavt with the mud.
J. W, Cami'bki.l of rortland, Is locating
parties on gold placer mining claims at
Hunker Hill, Columbia county.
Minks: Dave Stuart, nt one time a prac
ticing lawyer at Colville, but who for some
time, has been living on a ranch over in the
servation, attempted to commit suicide
Wednesday, by stabbing himself in lhe side
in the region of the heart. It is not likely
that ho will recover. No reason can lie al
igned as to the cause of the rash act other
than that be had been drinking heavily for
some time, ond probably in a tate of de
pendency or w hile suffering from a lit of
temporary insanity be attempted bis life. ,
S. F. Hi LLKTis : Tho Sun, of Saruia, On
tario, call the attention of the Dominion
liovernment to the fact Hint lb Chinese
tiiako that place their point of departure
for the United States. It also report a
regular invasion agency at Toronto similar
to that established on our southern border.
In other words, Canada permits on it soil ;
an organization for tho evasion and viola
tion of the laws of the United State.
Where does the comity of nations come in
here? This conies pretty near being an
unfriendly act, and at least calls for negoti
ation. The long talked of scheme to construct a
ditch between Gold Hill and Grant I Pas
to supply the lntter city with ample power,
bills fair to be speedily realized.
The Orcgou Railroad Company ha
asked the citizens of Silverton to donate 16
acres in that town for depot grounds and
$3000 cash in consideration of widening the
narrow gauge road,
Salem is going to. get her school bond
taken i:t 6 per cent. . Thore will be $13,000
of them and the money will be used in -
building new houses whereiil to teach the
young ideas how to shoot -
The high water in Rogue river this month is,,
Uau l,.r.w..ic..l tl.n MBiiitl fn nr.nlmnn Avar 1 1
any previous year, making that stream and
Its tributaries swarm with a robust lot of ;
tho finest fish in tho world. $
Nkw York, Juno 22. A split occurred in
the Central Labor Union to-day, ,Theso
iallstic delegates were compelled t6 with
draw, and they have formed a now central
body, which will bo known as the Central
Labor Federation, The war of word WM
loud and vigorous, 1
London, June 22. At Soutbport, Lan
cashire, to-day 7000 miners paraded the
streets, and subsequently held a meeting
nt which resolutions were passed demanding;
n eight-hour law,
papmet ywrP-( sup mmm:x