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Oregon' City Enterprise.
VOL.21. NO. 15.
OUKCJON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1891.
Iullinltcit Kvcry Krldiiy.
tt.HIHCWIi'-l ION I4ATKM.
Out year, I'J
HI i moiillu, I 110
1 lirvu uioullii. w
Mil l.knr I I'li.ilia tn y hid In advance
Ailvarilaluii ralea given mi a'illiallou.
AUKNIH FWU TIIK R.N'1 KIH'tUSK.
(I, W, I'ro.aer
A. Mai her
O J 1 r 1 1 H 1 i h r
K. N llraiuliall
K A, Wright
it. V, Lew la
W. M, Newberry
Cluckumtm Co. Directory,
(Umll "1 Count,
Htif riir. .
J W Mulitruiii
II II .l..ln,...n
W W II Mainami
W. T. hillock
H M, Callif
JiiIiii W, Noulo
Hl liit-y M.nylU
In C I' Hiilllvau
I f tiarlea Mueltitke
i Coruelliii Hair
Circuit cmiirt raiuveiie. Hrl Motnlay In No
yemiier Kiul llilnl Monday lu April,
t'robale court lu luu flrat Monday In aat b
Coinitil.sloiiare court meela flrat Wednesday
alter Aral Monday nl each iiuuilh.
llHKlllIN I'll V tiKrU'KHri
jm a 7
T. r Kyan
I.. I. I'urtar
H'ii'l ol M'aiar Wnrka.
H. It Urmill
t. K. Cltariuau
A. H lirvaaffr
t:. K Murua
W. II llnwll
ii.iiiu'iliiiaii-c. II Caudald. (kaa Alhar, U.J
far.ar, T K t haniian, It N Warran. J.
K. Irnmliaik, J ' . tit.'uimel,
Rfffiilar uiwilm ot city counrll Ural Weil-
Baaday lu "I'll luiuitn.
Mall.rloaa aoim Noriti.k M A. M . a JO P. M
ItlUla Ol'.io )oln Hillllll, U) A. M. Al P. M
aim a. ii l
Ornaon I'lly lo M.'lalla. Mulltin. t'arua and
Wllh.ill lavaa al lu uo a in Mimdaya, id
HRlavaand Kmlaya and rvlurua al low am,
on liilliiHrliia ilava
Onunu t'ii to Mink, I'larka. Mnllnn. I'ulou
alllla ami Mpailuw ilrmik lava al lunua III
Tna.'lay, l liurailay aud Haliirilay, and roturua
M1 loliiiulni daa.
, UllKuON CITY llllAIll) Of l ltAliK.
Mcia'al Conit Hon..' on rVeoud I nc.lay lu
a?k iniitiih Vlaliora wnlti.ma
f. iHiNAI.IihtiN, J. T. APPSItSuN,
. eVawlary. Praaldrlll,
ACIIII.UH UiUilK, K(. m, K OP P.
Mrrta avrry Prlday inula at Maaoiilr hall.
Vlaiuoi Knl lila invlicd K M. KaKtia, tl. C.
J. K Uriunia, N ol K aud H
hT'I.TKOMAH U'I'liK, NO. I. A. P A A. M.
Ilnlda Ita ramlar rnnimiuilralloui on Aral
ad third Halnrdaya nl aarh tuouth al 7 w r.
atralbrcli luanud.iaiidlniara luvlird lu attvud.
W. K CAKI.I.. W. M
T. P. KVAN.raacralary.
DKP.dilN LoIitiK. I tl. 0. P No. It.
M'l'ia avary Thuraday avail .. a al 7 ItO o'rli-k
p. u. In the )i'd Kallowa' Hall. M,iln airaal.
Mamliara ol lha (Inli rarr Iuviip.1 to altatid.
Hy ordrr ol W A. Midlrlon. N. U.
Thna, Ityau. HwrfUry.
rAl.W KM: AM I'M K.ST, No. 4. I O O. P
ilwl. Arrtand llilnl Tuaadayaul rai'h monlh.
allM'l Kellowa Mall li'lul.i'ra and vl.lllug
palrlan ha, rnrdlally llivllrd lo atlaild.
a K JlKXI. 1 U'CoNNCII,
HrrllM thirl I'alrlarrh.
okWKiio tol.tiK.Ni m, I. o. o. P
Vfl at odd Ki'll'iWa hall, tiawi'iin, avrry
Ratunlay avauina Vlatlttiaj hrtilhii'ii mado
walrnm II (i. HuaaTiiH. N u,
1. P. Itlal V, .
, CANIIY LolXIP., NO M. I O. 0. T.
Mri'li ovary Halunlay avi-nlim al Klilthl'i hall
Canhy V tpttt tin mamlwra alva)a niaila wal-einni-
Mll.DoK HllAKK, W. C. T.
II J. Cm. Mr.
ciV)AK I'AMP, No. 73, MiU'KHN WooHMKN
kti-i-l. Aral and an-ond Tiii-aday nl aaoh
mouth at Wun.lini'11 Hall.
, , K. 8. WN, V H.
I.. H, Janmv, Clerk.
" PAI.li CITY UlIHiK OP A. O V. W.
Mai-i. avary ai'nond and li.urtli Prlday avail
Ini nl aaoll monlli In Odd Pilllowa' l 1 1 1 1 .1 1 n at
All aiijoiiriuuii liri'tlni'ii coidlally luvlliul lo al
IAS. WILKINSON. M W.
7 tUVKI. LOIHIK, NO.M, A O. V. Y.
Mf.'iM'vnry Tliurmlii)' rvi-nlui! al Knliihi'n
feall. Oauliy. Vlalllnii hrolhiTa inailn wrlroiua.
i K. 0. Malinia , M. Y.
('. 1'. Hi , llaonrdrr.
TKMI'I.K No. 1. OKPtiiiN CITY I'AIHIAU
alri'ii tvvry Tui'Hitity livi'iiluif al 7.;ui hi IiiiH
OS Main and Poilrtli nirii'l.
M l). Mai HI.KY, Orai li',
P. I'aimkh, Sri rt'llir).
ANUKKH lloPKK l.nlitiK, No. II, SONS UK
- Maria avt'ry Hiiuilay at 2 o'i'ltii'k p. lu. lit
Tri'iiliath a Hull. Mian (iANNi:niiii, l'ri'.
i Ai.iiuRT rliui.l.iNii. Hi'c'y
- TI A1.ITIN OIUNtiK, NO. Ill, V. ol II.
- Mi'iita Inat HHtnrday ol iiurh mouth at their
kail In Wllannvllli'. 11. II. Ill vv
kliaa IIkha Hhahi', Kip'y. Ma.liir,
WAItNP.lt llltANUH, No. 117, 1' ol 11.
llr-i't lourth Hniurdity of enrh lumitli, at tht'lr
ball lu Now Kra. P.. C. Mmldni k. Hrr'y.
J, t'Hat.i, Mnwllr,
HKAIIK I'OHT, No J. II A It,, DP.I'AKTMKNT
., OP OHKOON.
Xlccta Arat Prlday ol oarh inoiilli, at V.30
, M. al Odd Ki'llowa' Hull, Orrnnii I'lly.
(IKo. A. 1IAKII1NO, t:oniinnuili'r.
HKAHK KKI.IK.P COIirrl, No. IS IH'.I'AUT-
MKNT OK uliKOON.
Mra. P. 0. Mi'Cnwn, . . I'rr-nlilonl.
Mia. Oku. A. lliirillnit, - - Ni'onMiiry.
Mra. P. ti. CoohrHiiu, - Tri'imuri'r.
Mi;i'ta on flrat mid third Krlilava of t'lii'h
monlh In t'ouni'll I'hnuihi'r. Mi'Tiiliora of i'orn
from abroad, oonlliilly wi'lroini'il.
, FCOMl'ANY, FIUHT ItF.HlMICNT, O. N. (I.
; Armory, Third niul Mnlii. Ili'tiuliir drill nliilil,
- Mmi'l'iy. lii'Kiilnr IiukIui'kn uii'i'IIiik, llrnt
, Monday of oaoli monlli.
- - ( 'antiiln.
; K. H. Warrim. - - Klral I.lruirnnut.
T. 1'. KhiiiIhII, - Biioond Lii-iitciuinl.
FOUNTAIN IIOHK CO., No 1
Iti'irulnr miictliiK, Biii'ond Wcilncmluy In aarh
t nionth nl piiKlnri hmiai', mat aidu Mulu atrial,
bolwi'iMi Hi'vonlh ami Klulilli
1. AlKKIlMAN.Hl'C'y. I.ANl'K ( i A It I N K II , l'rt'H
Kn, Nkwton, Kori'iniin.
CATAIIACT IIOSK CO. No.
Mi'tn Hi'imnil Tui'siliiy of I'licli tininlh fit Cut
llnii't liimimi hunvi', V II. Ili'vi:l.l,. I'n-s
li, II. lir.Mniv, Hi'ii'y. .1. V. O Con m:i i , l'"ni.
CiU.IIMIIIA llllllK AMI I.AIHU It CO.
Mucin llrHt Frlility of tiii'h monlli lit
I'OII II (ill 11 KlIKllie llollHO. C' II AN. ATIIKV, I'l'I'K,
U. 0. llAtoN, Hco'y. CIlAa BiT, K'rui.
KIUM' CnNdUI'.iiA l liJNAI.CIiriil.ll,- Kkv
0. W. I.luae. I'aatnr. Hurvleee at II a m. n'l
7 ml r M. Hiiiiilny Hnlio.il nltiT morning sor
vice, Player uicellug Wediieailay evening at
7,lion,tilia's Prayer mauling of Young I'enple.a
m ii' 1 1' I y nl Christian Kuileaviir avery Sunday
evening at on iiraintit,
FlllHf II.W'Tlrtl' l llt'ltril -luv, riu.atAH
1'iaaaa Paatnr Nomina: Nervine at II Hiimlay
School at 11 Id; KmlilliK Service e M, Kafiilar
prayer meeting Wediieailay evening. Monthly
Covenant Meeting avary Wtdneailay evening
preceding iha Dial Monday lu Ilia uioulll, A
onrlilal Invitation o all
H I'. JIlMN'M II t K 11. f Al IK.'l.li: ItKV. A,
HiM.auaANii, l'a:ir. On Sumlay maai at ami
l ."J a, a, Kvery second and Innrlli Sunday
Herman aertiinu after ilia a o'clock mate.
At nil olliur loaaaaa kugll.h eeriiioiie. Sunday
School at t no r M. Veapera, auulngeilcai
aoliliwia, ami Hautilli'llnn at 7 Wl r. u.
Ml. PAl'l.'S V. K. CIII'llOII.-Tlev. J. H Ihiu
alilaini. Htur. Hiirvirna mi altninata Nmi'laya
al II ami 7 im Nuoilay Hiihaul at IU ,HI I'aul a
Mullil mrnta Drat lliurailay In aai'li ninutli. Mra.
II I.. K..loy, I'rralilimt. Mra. K U t'ouliraiia,
MX rilulUHT r.CIHCOl'AI, CIII'ltCII.-Kav
John I'aaanha, I'aatnr, Mnrnlnt anrvlra at II;
MniMlay Mi'linolat I'J l.'i; K ruiiliiK r i al 7 o.
hpwurlti l-aKUt liiniMiliK Niiliilay (.vrnllia at
u M, l'rar Wurtlua lliiuailay uianluii mi 30,
llranifrra I'tuiliall v lovlliiil.
HHHi I'KKMUVIKIIIAN i.'lll'Hi ll.-llav, (I.
W liiiiiinar. I'aatnr. Hvivlnia at II a. n. anil
7 Wl f at. Halilialtl Hrli. k.I al 10 A M. Viiilng
'iuiit a H. H ii iy o l liil.ilao K.mli'avor inm'ta
avary riuiiiluy ovanliiK al o !W Mailorailay
f s rltlnar praynr tnaallliK at 7 HU. Hifata friNi.
K ANiiei.u al filial n lliv. J. M. fri'iaa, ol
llui Kvalifi'lli al A.h lall.ill. Mill huhl arrvlri'a
at I' lim a Mall vtr rtiiiiilay a! II A M lliaa.-f-imil
Hiilulay pii'i'iilfil. tlrrniall Kalilialli ai'hiMil
awry Homlair al lu A. M.
fl,l II WAI.KKU.
A'rroltNKY AND COfNSKr.LOU
AT LAW AMI NUTAkV I't III.IC.
Orrgoti City, - Orcjon
Offlra ovar CauAald'a naw dni Uu
llomaaiaad, Pre ainplloit aud Tlmher laud a
pllt'ailuua and nllirr land oltlr tiua
lueaa romptly otlandeU t.
W. A. wilTHalarooN. 0 f IIMNItr
roTIIKKBPOON A I1NNP.Y,
yirTAana fi ai.ir. ai. KatATii AUaaia
Oriui Clly - Orou
Office, rootna i aud A, charmau llrothera'
liliM'k, over l.lveruiore'a hotel.
J L. POHI KIt. "
ATTOKNKY AT LAW
AiiaTnA-ra or l am aHtv n KMnlimi.
Oltlre two doora ahova poatoAIra, iirt'itiiii Clly
j. a. a ion aaanuiiiuii t r towmo,
J JltOCKKNHHOl'Ull A I'OWINU,
ATTOKNKY II Al LAW,
All Ca.i-a lirfora t'. tl. Ind ortlre a aiieclalty.
omoa riniuia Uaud l C H laud oAli e
JJOWKN POHTKIl. M II.
PHYSICIAN & MCIiGKON,
w. r.timT joiiKaoN,
v. H. iin.ru K
JOIINMON A IM.KMA.N
Corner Klghlh aud Main nrrfta. Orr(on Clly
UKAL KSTATK TO HKl.L ANII
M NKY TO LOAN
(1 It. A D C LATOI UKTIK,
l.'Oi:XSKIX)K8 AT LAW
MAIN HTKKKT, OHCOHN CITY, OHKtlllN.
Purnlah Ab.iracla ol Tills, Loau Money, Por
Dloaa .Mriruiii.'ii. aud Irautant (iaueral
T. A. uraxitK.
A. a. nattaami.
IIICII'K A HKKS.SI Il
ATTOKSKY8 AT LAW,
0fAr lu Jaxgur llliH k. Oregon Clly
at. t. til knv.
J. W. IlKAI'ltK
J J1TINKY & liHAI'Kll.
ATTOKNKYS AT LAW
Twelve eara exni'rlenPe aa rivlctiT ol the I'.
H. Laud ntili'o hi're n'romineuiU ua III our ani'O
tally of all kiuda ol bualneaa lu'lure the lauil ol
llri'iind tin' rimitH, aud liiMih l;ig tho prartlra
In the Ki'iieral laud oltttie.
1 II. DYK,
-t.'ol'NSI'.I.Ol! AT LAW
Ollli-eovor Ori'Ko" Clly lifink.
OHK'UIN I'lTV, - OKKIiUN
1 K. IIAYKS,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW
OIIKIION I ITV, - - OHKOON.
lilllce coruor Main nud Klghth alrci'ta,
oppnaito 1'ourt lioiiKii.
ANK OF OKKtlON CI I'Y,
l'nlil up Cnpital, Jioo.wm.
THUH. I IIAIIMAN
OH AS. II. 1'Al'KlHI.H.
(' 1H I Kll.
M AN AH Ell.
Iiopnslla rrri'lvi'd htiliji'i'i lo clii-i'k.
Auiirovi'il bllla ami nntea illw'iintilt'tl.
Coiiniy niul i'lly wiirnniu ImuKhi.
i.ouua iiiiiilo mi iiviiiliible ai't'iiruy.
Ciilli'i'tliiiiH iiiinle prnttiptly.
llrufta aolil on I'orlliilnl. hull rrupplHOo .Clitcii-
go, New ork, niul all principal cttiea or Kti
rono. Ti'lcui'iiplilc aicli.-ingcs sold on I'urlliiiid. San
KrtinciM'o, t'lilciigoand Acw York.
INTKIIKNT I'AIII OX TIMK IIKI'UNITH AH POI.I.OWH:
For Ihrco tiiott t ti h, 4 per cent per milium.
For il inoulha. 5 per cent, per annum.
For U inouilm, li per cenl. per aiimim.
Tlm cerllflcilPH of ilepomie pnvnhl ) on ilp-
miiiid. hut Internal forfeited If drawn liefora
end ol term nl deposit.
rpilK COM MKItCIAL HANK,
OF OHKOON CITY.
Cnplliil, ..... f loo.tKW
TIUNSACTSA UltNICIIAI. HANU1MI lll'SINHSS.
LoiiliH iiiinle. 1UI1 itlscounled. Mnkcs .'o
lei-Hun. I'.ilvs nud helU cxrhiitiKe on nil pnin's
III Hie I'nili'i'l Shit.'s, KuiA'i'e un l llcni' Kniiu.
Hepo-.H-i ri'i'cl'-.'fl siiV.ji-rl Ii. eheel: InlereH I
UHiml rules nllnucl on linie ileniliH. Il'iiiii
npell fl'i.lll '.I A. M. K i r. al. batuuliiy eVl'llillfts
Iniiii f. lo 7 I', M.
I) C. LATOl'KKTTF., rn-aldeiit.
ff. . pu.N ALI'SON, Caaltlor
Fioe Power and Free
Sites for Factories.
MOIIK I'tOI'LK KMI'LOVKI) IH MAM
ITACTf K1MJ THAN AX
OTIIKIl CITY IJT
nit; uieiiiusi jiiuji
Water 1'ower at
HAS THE ADVANTAGES OF
AND RAPID TRANSIT.
Is Situated on Tide Water
within 12 Miles of the
tropolis of the
(ilUlM HA1SIMJ AUD K11T
OP TIIK rAUFlC
The Finest Grain, Garden
and Fruit Lands can be
secured at Low Prices
and on Easy Terms.
Oregon City is situated at
the head of tido water on Jhe
Willamette river, only 12
miles from the commercial
metropolis of the Northwest
Over $900,000 was Rient in
improvements during tne year
Four largo Tapr and Pulp
Mills are in successful oiera
tion, and another one will be
Tho largest Woolen Mills
and Soap Works on the Pacific
Cement Mills, three Sash,
Door and Wood - Working
Factories ; two Rox Factories,
and two Furniture Manu
facturing Establishments; six
Extensive Excelsior Works,
twoRrick Yards, a large Rrew
ery, Cigar Factory, Ice Works,
Iron Works, Sandstone, Gran
ite and Rasaltic Rock Quarries
and numerous smaller enter
prises and manufactories, and
there are free sites and free
jtower for more.
Resides all of these, Oregon
City has two Electric Light
Plants, one of which furnishes
light for the city of Portland,
12 miles distant.
There aro several fine busi
ness blocks, nine churches, a
line court house, and an ele
irotit c'liiuil liiiM.liriiv
City has one of the finest
graded schools in the state,
and its population in moral,
social and intellectual attain
ments cannot be surpassed by
any city in the state.
Oregon City is the county
seat of Clackamas County,
which has an area of 1,000,000
acres, a considerable portion
of which is yet unsurvcyed.
While a portion of the county
is mountainous and heavily
timbered, it eon tains within its
area some of the finest agri
cultural lands in the state.
Clackamas County wheat took
the li rst oremium at the Cen
tennial Exposition and the
Oretron State Fair. A lot of
peaches and apricots grown
near Oswego last season, were
mentioned as being the finest
in the Portland market.
For further particulars, ad
dress any of tho real estate
agent? whoso advertisements
'' . i r m .
appear in tlie columns oi J uk
Kntkki'Imki:, or tlie Secrolary
of the Oregon City Roard of
NEWS OF THE WORLD
Moiled Down For tint Kdllleulion
ofllie Kiilei )iiMf KeudeiM.
Mrillrrai of Mommf Orciirlnaj la
thtt VatrioHD ftrpnrimrmim.
IMrOMTAMT HUI.INU bt TIIK K( IlKTAkr
OP TIIK 1HTKKIOH.
Waaiii.wtoh, April 25 Sucrelarv
Nolile taly rumiiiuiiicalMl lo conimia
iotmr C'ni Iiih vifi mi lo the iiroir
coiiatruction to U iIu.-hi iiikjii the pro
vial. in in taction ai;vun in r'x-ttl of tlie
tiinlmr culture i t. Tli oinim ia o(
iirent liniKirtuMice U) tli imlilic luml
alatea, Ihhsiihu Ii m it ilutiriiiiiica the
(Utwtion uu to what point of litno tlitt
wunla "wlinn llicre aliall bo no nrnrlitiK
coninat or prott'Ht Kuiiit llio validity of
licit entry," apply; whether tli cofitMt
or prolont to pii-vciit the iaHiiaiife of
paUnt until iliHMi-i of muat liv been
ii(linu hufure the lupao of two yeara
from 1 1 in (lute of inKuaiii of the n-teivfr'g
rwfiit ii. m lii.ul entry of cowa cxiHlin,
mid w lirrn two Vfarn hail luatcd tfre
tlif act of March Ilni lixik virct, an well
a in tliiax. aliervtarila. Many tliouauiiil
i.,,..i....,i ,iuu,i u.,,1 .,..ii,.
and tiiniwr 1'ullurn enlrii'A are involved
in thi opinion.
Tim aecretary navi in part: "If the
alaiute of March 3rd. were to be crjn-atrin-d
to invalidate alt contest or
pruU-aU not Hied wfthin two year after
the final recei lit and hefore the itatute
U)k etfeel, the reault would be that
many thouaand fraudulent daunt would
f;o to patent without further queation,
winK poaaiMe, although con tea ta or
protoala were legally pending at the
iite of the art, and with reat Iom to
many cituwnit. Had the committee on
pahllu land deaired to atxMxnpliah the
purpoae claimed by tome that thif act
doea awmplieh aa it reada, they would
doubtleaa have uacd lunuuaxe Uio plain
to require conatrurlion. On the con
trary, thi tin'Hent iiarticinle in this
clause aayt, "when tiiere ahall be no
iwndmn conleat or proteat" meanitii;
thereby clearly, I think, pending there
reeently at the date of 'lie act, aa it
wan nut intended to be limited to the con
tent pemliiiK within two year a after the
date ol linal receipt, when the caae iiad
ariaen Ix-fore tlie present act took effect
and two yearn had elupM-d. The statute
Hum becomes one of limitation aa to the
future withont overthrowing landing
contests or protinta When the two
year did not terminate before the date
of the act, the contest or protest to be
made valid must lie bled within tlie two
years. JSo new cases can arise under
the timber culture or pre-emption laws,
but it was neiexsaay that this act should
notice them, to cover the whole ground. "
Washington, April 27. The depart
ment of agriculture Issues a notice that
caltl", which have lieen at leant ninety
days in a described area 10 Ivortliern
Texas, nay be moved by rail Into Colo
rado, Wyoming and Montana for grai
ing, or slaughter, only in accordance
ith the regulations ol said state, pro
vided they slinll not be shipped into any
other slate or territory, or be allowed in
pons, or on trails, or ranges, to he oc
cupied or crossed by cattle goinn lo
hasteru markets before Iiecenuler. All
cars used must 1)6 disinfected upon un
The a, ii pre m r Court.
Washington, April 27. The supreme
court today formally postponed the
Sayward lk'hring sea case until the
seconil Mondav ol next octooer term.
Lotterv advertisement casus were also
postponed despite vigorous efforts on
the part of attorneys for the New
Orleans and .Mobile papers, wtio argued
that the postponement would leave their
papers with lottery advertisements ex
cluded from the mails.
Washinotox, April 28. Representa
tive Hermann having been invited by the
postmaster geneial to designate one of
the entailer towns of Oregon for the ex
perimental free delivery system , as pro
vided by the act of tlie late congress,
has recommended ltoseburg as the
plhce, and an order has been made ac
cordingly, to go into effect May 1. One
messenger will lie appointed to deliver
limits within the town limits. Forty
two towns in the United States have
been selected under the appropriation
and California, Washington and Ore
gon each furnish one town. In next
congrvus it ia expected several towns in
each state can be provided.
Sai.km, April 27. James Harris, aged
70, died this morning at Dallas, of la
grippe, after an illness of several weeks.
Kichiird Grunt, an Oregon pioneer,
died Saturday night, at his home in
King's valley, of general debility and
oldiige. He used to be in tho legisla
ture from Polk.
Hubert Ford, for many years a resi
dent of Folk county and Salem, died
here yesterday morning of la grippe,
afier a short' illness. He was muny
years in tlie livury business here.
l.KHANON CIT1.KN MISSING.
lA'lmnon is excited over the mysteri
ous disappearance of Wiu. Barbour, a
dealer in furniture, who went to Port
land over two weeks ago with $800 to
buy goods. He bought some goods, but
loft no shipping order, and has not been
seen or heard of since. He is a young
married mitt), and his triends believe
foul play has been done.
Sausm, April 27. At tlie opera house
this evening Olive and Cliemetka Lodges
1. O. O. F. gave a befitting observances
to tlie seventy-second anniversary of
Odd Fellowship Tho address of the
evening was delivered by M. C. George,
of Portland, and was a masterly effort.
The celebration was a grand success
every way and closed at a late hour with
a dunce attended by as many as the
opera bouse could accommodate.
The- ItutislHH IM'cns.
St. rVraisiivuo, April 2tl. The news
papers nil print obituary articles on the
line General von Moltko. expressing
respect for the dead veteran and sym
pathy for his bereaved country.
I lie 4'IiIIImm W ar.
1'ahth, April 27. Chilian udviai re
ceived here say that the insurgents
have occupied (,'arrixal and Culdera, ami
are advancing upon t-'opiapo. ft is said
that President lialiuaceda is much in
dread of being poisoned. His mother
prepares his meals.
Ironclad anil i'rrw ttmtroyrd,
Iotuqi'T, Chili, April 25. The war
ship Dlanro Kncalda, w4ik'b was one of
the vessel taken possession of by the
rebels at the breaking out of the insur
rection, was sunk April 23 in Caldera
bay by a torpedo fired by the new gun
boat Almirante Lynch. The destruct
ion of the ironclad was accompanied by
great loss of life. Two hundred per
sons, comprising one-half the force,
were killed. Tlie congreas party ii now
in possession of theCaleera and Carrizal.
Nkw Yokk, April, 27. The Chilian
legation and fleet have cubic advices
regarding the naval battle, stating '.hat
on the 22nd the government cruisers
Lynch and ('ondell attacked in the bay
of Caldcria the ironclads Blanco Enca
lada and iluaacar, and destroyed them,
with Whitehead torpedoes. The attack
ing cruisers suffered no damage, and
returned to Valparaiso, where they are
preparing to cruise after the remaining
vessels ol tlie revolting squadron. This
is considered a deathblow to tlie rebell
ion. ran Cat Monument.
Nkw Yokk, April 27. Amidst the
plaudits of thouaaads of citizens, the
blare". if trumpets, beating of drums, the
melody of children's voices, and the elo
quence of orators, ground was broken
today for the monument, which is to te
t tlie tomb at Kiveraide park, where
rests all that is mortal of General Grant.
General Horace Porter was the orator
of the day. Commaneer Freeman, of
Alexander post G. A. K., initiated the
particular ceremony of the day by break
ing ground for the monument. The
spade which he used was a fine speci
men of American handicraft, bearing
an inscription giving the chief events of
General Grant's career.
Ilarrlnon at Han Franrlaro.
Rax Francisco, April 2tf. The pres
ident and party spent the forenoon in
cruising about the bay in the steamer
"City of Pueblo." Notwithstanding the
announcement that invitations to ac
company the president oil the Pueblo
were limited to 500 in number the com
mittee having charge of the excursion
were besieged with applications from
fully 5000 persons, who, Wing unable to
seenre the covered billets crowded the
steamers Ukish and Garden City, the
tugs relief, Kthel, Marion and smaller
crafts which dotted the bay so that at
the hour of the president's embarkment
over 10.000 had left shore to accompany
linn on the trip.
i;. 14. War Trwel Arrive.
Sam Fascico, April 27. T. F. Mc
Creery, secretary of the United States
consulate at alparaiso, I bill, arrived
here yesterday. MoCreerv says that
the arrival of the United States ship
Pensacola was a glad sight to the Ameri
cans at Valparaiso. They ari also
waiting for the HKitiniore and shh
Francisco, as the Chilians do not be
lieve that the United States has any
vessels of war except the old wodden
ships they have seen representing our
nag. 1 lie beet ol the old Spanish
families are supporters of the insurgents,
and their income is devoted to the rebel
cause. No ships leave Valparaiso for the
nitrate ports, as Balmaceda's officers
refuse to grant clearances unless the
ship captain and agents give a bond
that tliev will not pay duties to the
rebels. Consequently trade is at a
standstill. The end of the insurrection
no one can "foretell. McCreery is en
route to Waahington on official business.
reMldential I'artj- TraTellng
Mew,o Park, Cal., April 29. The
President and Mrs. II unison and party
left San Francisco at 9 o'cloctr this morn
ing for Palo Alto on a special train,
accompanied by Mayor Sanderson and a
committee of Sua Frauccisco citizens.
Seort stops were made at San Maeto and
liedwood City, where a large and
enthusiastic crowd had gathered. The
president biiefly addressed them. At
Belmont, the cadets of Reid school and
and pupils of the public schools were
drawn up. T;ie train did not stop, but
the president, from the rear end of the
platform, bowed his acknowledgement
of their cheer. Menlo Park was reached
at ten minutes after 10 o'clock. Senator
and Mrs. Stanford, Governor and Mrs.
Markbam, and a party of friends were
waiting at the station with carriages.
The president accompanied by tlie
others, then visted the Palo Alto stock
farm, and afterward paid a visit to Stan
The Pope') View.
Romk, April 27. A correspondent of
the Associated Press today had a talk
with a high ecclesiastical personage
acquainted with the papal views on
school questions in the United Stutes.
He said in part:
What seems necessary here, from a
Catholic point of view, i moderation
aud not precipitation. The general
course to be pursued, however, is quite
manitest. Catholics in America should
have parochial schools in all parishes
where it is possible aud w here tlmre is
sufficient meaiiB to render them equal
to puplic schools. Where it is impos
sible do this, schools should be estab
lished in which the catechism mny be
taught, or the state should be persuaded
to permit instruction in the catechism
outside of hours regularly appointed for
ordinary schools subjects, as it is done
in Germany. One thing is absolutely
obligatory," that is, to found no paro
chial schools unless tliev can be put on
a level with those of the state. At
present Catholics in the United Stales j
cannot rival the state schools, us they
Inivo no sullicient ivsouices. The Vati-
can has cont'dence in the zeal and tact of
the hierarchy in America.
HuaoluHlrrnKlbrnlnaT Her Fort
rueejct) and Hall wa; l.lnea.
JiKKi.Kix. April 27. A Vienna corre
spondent gives certain details In answer
to the denial of warlike preparations by
Russia. Several firstvlass fortresses,
including Warsaw and Korone, also
second and thirdclass fortresses, ara
being reinforced for the reception of?
increased quantities of ammunition,
provisions, etc. The network of rail
ways leading to Galicia and Bukovina
are now being extended. All these
lines are under military supervision, and
the stations are supplied with military
commanders. Kverything has been
made ready for the immediate transpor
tation of troop. All provincial and
municipal officers stand under orders of
a committee st St. J'etersburg, whose
duty U to prepare for the transformation
of the army from a peace to a war footl
ing in the shortest possible time in case
of emergency. A new army corps, the
twentieth, is being formed near the
(ialician frontier. Altogether, the con
duct of Rusaia is said to be that of a
nation getting ready for war.
The Cologne Gazette accuses the
French newspapers of distorting occur
rences in Germany with the view of
arousing the war sentiment in France.
Ijabor Trou bl- In Katrland.
Loxoox, April 27. The labor questiona
occupy almost universal attention
throughout Europe in view of the ap
proach of the 1st of May, a day of great
doubt and apprehension in England.
This predominance of labor interest
increased by the advent of the royal
labor corn minion does not command the
confidence of the working classes ia
General and it is undeniable that Tom
lann has impaired his influence with
the masses by accepting a membership
in the body. The majority of tbe
London workingmen believe in spite of
explanation that the members are highly
saluned and the Mann has been practi
cally bought up by the plutocrats. The
other leaders are jealons of Mann and
the partisians of Burns and others are
engaged to intriguing against him .
Taken of ftnnembrancr.
San Francisco, April 16. President
and Mrs. Harrison will Dear away with
them from San Francisco something in
addition to their recollections of the
city and their reception by her people.
Mrs. Harrison will be presented with a
handsome card case of solid silver, 18z
11 inches, the gift of the ladies of San
Francisco. The plate is a beautiful
specimen of silverware and the design
neat and tasteful. It cannot fail to
afford pleasure and gratification to the
recipient. The gilt made the president
was the gold card, granting the freedom
of the city, and presented by the mayor
on the boat.
Sam Francisco, April 26. At the
Wigwam this afternoon an enthusiastic
crowd of about 4000 people gathered to
hear Postmaster-general Wanamaker,
who delivered an address under the
auspices of the Young Men's Christian
Ad cleomarxarine trust bat been formed st
St. Louii, and prlcea bars advanced.
Major McKlnley hu received a bar of Ameri
can tin suieltel at the Han Jacinto mine ia
Anna Dickinson'! declared purpoae it to
lecture through tbe country on the Iniquities
of ttate insane aaylumt.
Zola requirea nine montht to write a novel.
He handlea a pen at s laborer might a spade,
and is a tlow and painful toiler.
Fred Remington, tbe artist of theSioux cam
paign, it going to Mexico lor s teaaon of rest
and to get the frostbite out of hit pencil.
The-flftb annual meeting ol the Association
of aledical superintendents of American
Institutions for the Insane, began, yester
day in Washington.
All tbe cotton oil millt of Arkanaas, with tbe
exception of one, have consolidated under tho
name of Uttle Hack Cotton Oil Company, with
a capital olli.OUO.OOO
The Baron Hirech Land and Improvement
Company hare been organized In New York
with a capital stock of fj0.u00. The purpose is
to colouize Jews iu America.
Tbe Chicago mining stock exchange wa
formally opened yesterday. Visiting bn kers
were oreseut from Sau Frauciaco, Helena
Butte and other Western cities.
The Pennsylvania legislature has adopted
a compulsory education laws requiring all
children between the ages of S and li to attend
school at least sixteen weeks eacn year.
In the house of commous yesterday Sir John
Fegurson said that Portugal bad uot accepted
the convention relating to South Africa, but
had sent counter proposals, which were now
Cope Town dispatches say the British consul
at Delagoa bay repor;s a brutai assault bj
Portuguese upon the officers of the British.
South Africa Company, The lives of the
British resideuts are reported unsafe.
President Balmtceda, of Chilli, is a stem
aud arbitrary man, with cold grey eyes, thin
lips, aud aud angular dim, He possesses
more education aud ability than are usual, y
fouud iu a South American dictator.
Tbe Americau Pharmaceutical Association
committee has reportsd iu favor of the metric
system as the basis of weights and measures,
aud have beeu authorized to prvseut a
memorial to congress favoring its adoption.
Tlie;comniittce appointed by the Montreal
branch of the Irish National League to arrange
for the reception Stay 8,of the Paruell delegates,
have decided to iguorc the opposition of tho
clergy and go on with the arrangements.
Meliue, president of the French customs
comuiiitte, of the chamber of deputies, in an
interview 4oday said iu spite of the free trade
attacks, he determined to stVk totlie protection
tariff, which he snys will have the support of
the Chamber of commerce.
staulcy took with him $110,000 as his compen
sation for the 100 lectures delivered by him
under the direction of Major Pond,' between
November 11 and April 4. The receipts for
the lectures, Major Pond said, averaged $'2SS0,
so that au aggregate of l't05.S000 was tnk.'n iu.
The wreck of the schooner Leeds, oi S.imor
Point, N. Y with tlie bodies of two s iilors.
apparently fpreUners. bully Vr'i'-.J and
l.'islie.l to the rieaiiis, has been l.nin.l in the
buy at Norfolk, V. The Leeds cipsin.-d d itur
day night, aud the whole crew is supposed to