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iegon City Enterprise
VOL. 20. NO. 9
OHKOON CITY, OliKUON, Fill DAY, DECEMBER 2r, 1891.
P,of,ssiontu curds. J WASHINGTON NEWS
J JIU'CK 4 llltt CK,
LKAIUNU IlKAL l'.STATE DKAl KUrf,
Ort'ifim City, Or.
Dlttce I H it the City Kotmirtiil.
'it is an ntlmittotl fact that this wason baa witnessed tho fin-
nt uVjIiiy of lliihtliiy (Ioom over brought to Orcp
V it J, and tho l.cutlers in thin kind of goods
NOTAKY PUBLIC, KKAL KKTATK4
OftVe Willi the Willamette Kali, liive.imcnt Co.
O'ou (Mi)f. Oregon.
Duty Oh HiiKiir Likely to l)e He-stored.
MUSI' AM MILLS ISIUUJIOJilOlH.
N(Bu1r I'lumb Ilfid eikiin Apiliilc4
HrrreUrr f War Hlinvn Sol
'in i; tk i: t ri ii i:j i:"i i:i.
Holly its Hanl'l yimt Agrr tu the
Terms With Chill.
Wakhinotoji, Di e. 18 The bureau of
American republic is inhumed that the
comfies of Bolivia, by a majority erf one
j vote, Iim n-j-cted the treaty made with
Hie new government ol Chili, in una
Hull via granted Chili exclusive and per
petual right of sovereignty over the
nrovim-H of Cohiia. which liaa ten in
of since the war
A San Franelwo House Pays a
THE GOODS SIEZEI) AT PORTLAND.
Happening of Itifrreat in Trlon Par!
or the republic Briefly
J 0. T. WUIJAM.
KKAI. KSTATK AM' ISSlRAMh.
Desirable Bin-int-a Property bii I Kub-
lll 1 ill 11 II. ilncn III Oregon ny.
Farm Property In tracta Ui .nil on termt.
Corrfi...iidri,re iimtnptlr mnwirmt. OIBca.
ricMilouru laull.bl A lluiille)'! drug ati.rB.
New York, IH. 19-Presidenl Harri- province ot t ot-ija wmcn has en tn VK.m.lsCo. Dec.lO-The sum of
on u, ...,r,liiitf to a WahiiiKUm twecial. possession 01 tnni since me r
!lm.l,d,ledloeaer.;itherMwerv-U!d!with ol,v,a ... le a in MM. In, Newr
in l,i... In the recipocity clause of ; conmuerawou lu" c''ae, IO iouvis ter- ' Co., the member of whii'h were
II McKinley tariff bill. V'" ' ?.l7v " m
Imm a proclama'.ion restoring the dut.e. : to pay Bolivia 14.000.000 for the benefit .atMartinn of the cWtn.
on .gAr, cotr-e, te. and from o .ubje.ta danj-ae. d..r ... j ernment tllPm, ,nd it
i.iu.it,.i I..VH not neotiHted re- the war of IXHl. It ia iimlerHtood th , , , ., . .
. -,,.PJ,. n ... , ..... i.m 'la t v(l lllrj LlYll mm iu iwuinmio
t.eaty w,l. ret. rm. w .or , Tie d4t(!, frotD laf)t septemlK-r
THOS. CHARW1AN & SON.
At tho Pioneer Store.
f AMK E. ItAVIK A CO.,
' KKAI. KSTATK ANI MoKTMAOE
Illy anil DtIiihiI llcinli ll..ulil mud Suld.
Aefiili t"f lli CimiiiTilnil rirInirnrCo.
H4 Hie rrinr wiTc imuu ni.iir.iiTO
No i, MorrUou Ht., Fohthhii, Ob.
ATTOUNKY AT LAW
iaaTBam or rBoraarv rrBMiaiiao.
Olltca iwo dmira bIhivb Mlimc, Oren City.
Inaporlairt to Hettlrr
wnen a caw wi10 r -
firm fell from a dray and burst ojien.
Soith Bend. Dec. 18.-Tne following ' revealing the amii!Kled gooda. The
Oar RrlprttoM I'.mbritreo r.lsal Arlmrnl of
Fancy Toilet Cases, Albums, Mani
cure Sets, Cups, Vases and
Fine China Ware.
tlproi ily treatie with out cow-try. The
proclamation will tak eltett on Jan. 1,
IS'.lS. and will be ianued in a few dnya,
certainly not later than Chriatmaa day.
The effect of the proclamation will , a . v,1 !,: nn.itfrnent waa aeiawd. aa were
fur-re.chin. I he only co.intne. that Conimiwion(jr C(irter ig important to!aeveral aureqnent conigmenta, ard
have concluded reciproctly treat.ea wIth t utings of! nearly all proved to be faUelv invoiced,
the United Slate., and will ,on j jje coiiiniiarioner, Lewia A. (iroff, 1 Nearly all the invoices received by the
MMliwullT be not included It. the P'in . on odd-nura- firm during the year were InRpwUd hy
.anmiion, are nrax... vuu. f u u .qm of nnBIIrveyed land wlthin
Tlttn 170I1IIIIUO BOO I.IIlinu .I i
T. . Mt BBII'B. IBBBB.
ATTOKNEYS AT LAW,
0(Hc lu JKr Uli-rk. Oreoo City
The treaty with Germany is not yet
ratilled. and reciprocity trealiea are now j
'pending at the atale department with!
Mexico, Guatemala, Cob I a Kica, Balva
I A, r-,.iit,.iKi. Vtun..la Kiiiiidor and
rrn. But until thtae treatiea are
ratified Into an accomplished fact the
prenident wl! not take olllclal coitnizance
ot them. Aa noon aa each treaty ib
ratified, however, the embargo will be
g to' a
at Hi I
i a taw
1 aa by"
, w fJ
-A mirth n
A Hj.nM ii.1 lot for the Holiday Trado of the latest xtylcs of
(Jcnlh'incn's Tics find Scarfs.
t II. UYK.
1 ot NSKl-OK AT LAW
Office orar Ori"0 t-'try Bank,
OBBMOB CITY. OBBOOB
; railroad indemnitr limita, re followed
In the present practice of the general
Your letter of October 29, 1891, baa
been received. In reply, you are ad
vised that s settlement on unsurveyed
land within the indemnity limits of a
railroad grant "by a person qualified to
make entrv under the laws of the United
Stales, will, if continued up to the time
of survey, defeat any right of selection
the railroad company may assert.
L M. CaBbin, the depu'.y collector, who
has been dismutsed for alleged complicity
in the smutrgling.
U'..uiunr.t 1W lfl. The Criiw
Mill correspondence was made public: brcomo MLhcp.
... . i ... af:it ! .... . n ..
t il evening, in a leuer io mum jer, MiLWAt'KiB." WW., we. IB. nev. ----- , , .
.... !.i, v,...l if li w,,irl lL V .... hi. I the freight was a conugnment of hard-
Pobtxakd, Dec. 18. The customs au
thorities have sieied about t'28,000 worth
of goods belonging to two prominent
hardware firms of this city, wmcn were
brought to this port on the English bark
Ocbtertyre under an alleged violation ol
the United States law.
Several days ago the British Bark
Ochtertyre, of 12U6 tons register, under
command of Captain Harris, arrived ut
this port direct from Antwerp. She
brought considerable cargo and among
tenlaythe speaker asked if it would l Sebastian Messonor ha announced his """;' firm . jHm
agreeable or .citable to be appointed ;Mim of notifu.fg the p.pj author- JZi
HAWtuififl on Oie committee on ways anil :.:.. u..m .ht h will not accent v ... . . . .
. . . - . i ,w" : . .. - a nuantitv of similar freight tor .napp.
means, ana in auumou ue a,-,1""" , the position of btshop ot ureen nay, w - - - The
..I- i.... n a-.r iKtt Aalll Ititt lud nil Illllll.t'ri'A I . 1 ;,. k.u al-klaaminttMi " '
If fnii tini .f ii tirncf ii-Mil tiiril if 111.11(1 tkUil lrop080 to
41 (UIV' J ...... " 4
make Drt-sciits that will be jireciatoil for their worth,
CHARMAN & SON
f!arrv iust tho articles that y-u will want, whether it bo in
Fancy Drvm (1o.h1h of tho latest patterns, or a stylish Cloak
or Wrap, Silk llamlkorehief.or a Serviceable Silk Umbrella.
Wo lead in our stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Dress Goods,
Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes,
Groceries, Hardware, Sash, Doors,
Paints and Oils,
(Including tho Coli.lntl Cleveland Mixed Taints).
Also Agricultural Implements,
Seeds, Crockery and
ALL OF THE BEST QUALITY.
Our Dry 0,U Cun,il ftar-t of Catacm,, Henrietta
rM4i. pi.a5.la ninl Tjiilios Cloth.
V1U11I 1 lUWi" .
(1 KOKUK C. HIIOWSKLU
IIBBU..H CITV, - OKBOO.
Will nrr0r in all the emirta nt Hi atale. Ol
Bra. nat d.air Ui Cauilall Huiilley'a ttruf
or postotllcea, or some commmue wuu Messonor's only reason l ttiai tie tiae .,...
i wa less laborious man tnose hig ,,reM.t work gs teacher of dogmatic .. ' ' ,
,ed. In reply today Mr. Mills, in gnd (.ommon law in lhe Catholic uni- lortland. Ih.sprati
i : . .,l.., i ,y a...... I Ol lttW.
1 It IIAYKS.
AlIUH.r. Al j.Ait,
Will nractlci! In all tlie court, nl the atnte.
(irllrc, corner Main anJ Klulith imu i..ait
I. B. BBOI BBKHBUCUH T r KOWIKO.
BKtlCKKNIIUOl'UH A C0WIN0,
A 1 1 vl. r. i a a. .i " '
All Ca.c hctom V. 8 Uni Offlco B apeelallj.
... . . . IT u I.m.I .,,1 ir.a.
part, siiid that " having been a member
of the committee on ways and means ten
j'iara, and chairman in the 50th con
gress, the reason which have in your
judgment rendered my chairmanship
unwise would disqualify me for service
in any other place on that committee,
and it would not be agreeable to accept
I vour tender . I leave to you without ai.y
suggestion from me to niake such 'other
alignment as you in the discharge of
your official du.y may determine.'
unoda were shippeJ from New York,
and ro-shipfiea to
tice is in violation
verstty, near WaHhington, u. x,. VslsrtM.n. Dec. 18.-Thecargo of
onor I.hs not;fid Archbishop KaHwr ol . benares. from
his remarkable action, and the arcn- . .Q . , f(. h thB col.
bishop said Rome might compel MeH consi9ttfd
onor to weeept the bishopric, as mat . h.i t
course had already bee,, pursued "HS Z
t n;l,, Tr!,l ami Hieli.m "Kiiaul- .. .
IKWUI IOIIUl MH- - I I
ding, of Peoria, III.
W. T. Bl'BKBV.
j. w. DBAria.
1 t'KNEY A DHAfKK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Orcitotiflty, .... On-gon
Twelve vcara experience a rel,er ol the U.
IjiihI orllc here rwomnnMi.l ua In our iec
laliv ol all klmla "I Imaliieaa belore lhe land of
tli c'aiiil the courta. ami luvolvl:i the practice
111 the (cueral laud ollice.
Wanhinoton. Dec. 22 It is not be
lieved that Simon is a possibilty for the
fouvrxi judgeship and, in a rounuarjuui
way, it seems that the president has
indicated that he does not want to ap
point Simon. In view ol some ot tne
protests that have been made against
Simon s appointment, there is general
amatt'ineiit that so many men in public
offico and ex-otlice-bolders recommeud
him so strongly.
W. CAIIBY JOKKSON. C. at. ll)l.I.AN.
T01IN80N A ID1.EM AN
Coruer Eight and Main atrceta, Oregon City,
KKAI. ESTATE TO SELL AND
MUSKY TO LOAN.
New York, Dec. 18 The current
storv about the city hall this morning
is that Lientenant-Govenor Jones called
on Governor Hill the other day and
begged him to resign. Jones, it is said
COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIN STKKKT, OHBUON CITY, ORSUOK.
Furiilah Almtracta of Title, In Money, Fnre-
cline M(iri-Ka, a"" t..i.
D.4 D.C. LATOl'KKTTfc,
Senator Dolph's bill for a gun factory
of the Pacific coast has for its ultimate
obict the location of svich a factory on
the Columbia river. The bill goes to
his committee on coast defences and
will soon be reuorted back by him. It
provides for an appropriation of $1,000
Ki-imtor lMiiiub l-ml.
Washington, D C. Dec. 20. Sena
tor 1'reston B. Plumb who has repre
sented Kansas in the United States sen
ate since 1870 died of apoplexy
this morning, caused by overwork. It
is probable that J. J. Ingalls may be
appointed to the vacancy thus caused.
by way of Antwerp, in violation of Sta
tion 4347 of the revised statutes.
The Sioux, Keaernation.
Pierbk. S. D., Dec. tS. Referring to
the recent decision of the interior de
partment thai balf-breedsare not entitled
to the rights of Indians, half-breeds -
beitired him to resign. Jones, 11 w tuuu -
uei.g w .. . 8 . , , .... aert that if this is upheld tlie necessary
pleaded that it naa Deen ,us amoiuon f.n,
, , . , , . ,j k number of names are not secured for the
from bovhood to be governor ana ne
irom iwviiuou b ... nnAn nanf tnn oreut Sioux reservation.
would be satisfied with one week wot- , . ... . 4
I u-,,1 1.1 i. t.i..-,Q. and therefore the onemng w illegal, a
flee. Hi 1 frankly Batd: ";annot trust i,i: iui
. . .. , , , , arge number of filings on Indian alm-
you. because I believe .u would art .
with the republicans." Jones said he " . ' ..K ,,.
i T.-n .j serious irouuio kd c, uuuiju
would make an amaavii. nui inumaieu - . . .
.1... It. 'a ,r,t ,,1,1 anthatatan B4ua.-u.cu .u.. ..u.
an affidavit could hardly make the mat- wlth ' un
er more sure.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WiLt PaACTica m All Coi KTa or Tit Stat
Real Estate and Insurance.
Oinco on Main Street, bet Sixth and Seventh,
Held to Await Trial.
San Fbanci8co,Djc. 18. Harry Miller,
aon of Joaauin Miller, "Poet ot the
Sierras." was held today on the charge
I ot stftL-e robbeiy by Commissioner baw
ver to await the action ot me unueu
States grand jury. His bail was fixed
at 110.000 which was not immediately
forthcoming. He is wanted in Oregon to
serve a year and a half of a two year e
term in the penitentiary, but Oregon
Arbitrators Appointed. t
Washington, Dec. 19. It is annonnuei
that an agreement has been reachad
with the British government as to lhe
seal tisheiies. The number and poww
of the arbitrators are fixed, aud it is con
fidently expected that their appoint
ment and the terms of the arbitration
will be announced in a few days.
OBKUON CITY, OR.
Washinciton, Dec. 17. The president
todiiy sent to the Benate the nomination
of Stephen B. Elkins, of West Virginia,
to be secreWry of war, vice Redfield
!a Oregon City Manufactur-
,cy Skirts, Vests, Drawers,
aps, Gloves, and Umlor-
tho best known fac-
,m the best factories
,o best kept,
rilllK COMMERCIAL BANK,
OP OREGON CITY.
TRANSACTS A UKNBBAL BASKINO BUS1NK8S.
Loam mado. HlUa discounted. MaVea co
lections. Buys and sella ex. liame on all pol ta
open irtnn v . . hj r. sv....., , o-
irom o w i o i
- . . xnuiMf nuaiiAir
D. C. LATUUKCl " ...
X. m v.. "
BANK Or 0KEUCN CITY.
Paid up Capital, IM.0OO.
FKKSIOKNT, - - TH0.CHABA.
VIC PRltSH'tHT, - GEO. A. MABiunu
CASH1BR, - - B.O uacr......
MANAUBR. CHAB1.B. .
A general banking business trnsactcd.
Deoostts received subject to oheek
Aonrovcd bills aim noma
Comity and city warrants boiiglit.
Loans made on available security.
Tclcuriivhio excliatmca Bold ,,n Portland, bau
Francisco, Chioaao aim -
TUUrd Will Wot Kelsu.
Nkw Yokk. Dec. 18. Kiernan's News
Aironev announces the following:
The chairman of the finance cotnuut-
the of the Northern Pacific authorises
no fn ntnt a that there is not one scin
tllla of truth in the reports which have
heen bo indtistriouslv circulated mat
Villard, chairman of the board, is not
in full accord with the members oi me
board of directors or its respective cone
mitteea Villard is hold in tho high
est esteem by them, and the character
and methods ol his management are
moat fnllv indorsed. The finances of
the Northern Pacific have never been in
an easier condition, and the want of har
mony does not in the slightest degree
Bikminoiiam, Ala., Dec. 18. At the
session of the American federation of
labor today Goiupere was re-elected prss-Ident.
Pacific "oat Failures!.
San Francisco. Dec. 18. Bradstreet's
term in the penitentiary, uui uregon - - . , .
must wait til. the United States is done Mercan U le
with him. , ... , ., , ,. .
territories lor me i w cuuiuk lumoituw
u .ii u i,ii.,,a,,.r.diiln BBi-oimiared with fourteen for the pre-
.( . . v " , ' j
M vious week, and twenty-five for the cor-
1 iulaDKLPHIA , iec. w-ino conu.v.o.i
Walt Whitman, who lies seriously ill at e
..l,., ,nil v. hot. ha, is. steadlv AgreeiaeBtActepted.
4. . rr- .... " T.rtvT r.Ai A lur.fw niAOtitlvT itf
bronchial pneumonia and acute weak- English holders of Virginia debt bonds
negSi I WUO lICUl lUUBVt 11 o unrara iv..-
cept the agreement attected Between mo
Virginia Btate debt commission and the
New York, Dec. IS. The very latest Olcott committee for settlement.
Cyrus W. rield.
report from the sick chamber of Cyrus
W. Field is that he is in no immediate
dancrer of dying, but has been as persist
ent in the refusal of food as his son. Drs.
New York. Dec. 19 Rear-Admiral
Thomas Pattersou, U. S. N., died sual-
,1 . . 1 ..4 I.aiiia rn PlintiAn ac-Dtillat
mil 111 11113 irnini vsa awwv. w uv... , UUIIIV UV ULO liuuirj vu V nil ion v i'iv,
Fuller and Kries believe they will be New Brighton, L. I Thursday night
-i.i. . ii .i.:. ii.w,,..,!, i. .i. . i
able to pull their patient through.
Iieath waa due to heart failure. Rear-
Adnural Patterson was born in Troy, N.
Y., February 8,1832.
o . n Ol II At Tru-in
has tendered his resignation as superin- Washinqton. Dec. 18-Representativ.
tendentof the government Indian train- uauseii, oi reiuiBymu.a, ....v....
infiohool .t fihemawa. near this city, himself as a candidate for the United
. ... In... a. T - ..n. 4vJ.,,. U
-1 J 4 mmiotrir I nrfirPS NHII RLUrnlillJ. 1 B IHlIt IWOT Uv
tie resiyiieu iu ic-cuici mo mhhwiji r-
Irwin was appointed under President spoke of the sentiment in Pennsylvania
Harrison in 1889. agamm i wj
MnntAna Itubr .Minos. London, Dec. 19. Solomon Hirscli,
I . . , n. . ...a a m. i -..in
oi ti r - t United stares minister io mrwv, win
t ftvrinii Top 21 Thft (IirflitorB of the
""""""t - 0.,.1. frv rnnat.iitinnn A.
.Montana Rubv Mines company, who '
nnin nmiir iu iitoi'uv. piui-i j t 'v t ....
quisition of which the company has in Chicago, Dec. 18.-A rate war is about
consideration, have cablod their approv- l" "F " a.. ... r
al of the purchase. "" "e "