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Oregon City Enterprise.
VOL2C. NO. 50.
ORWJON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOHKU 14, 1892.
yr CAHKV JOHNSON,
I'unier Klhl tint Main !lreu, Orimi t'lly,
ItlCAI. KHTATK TOHKI.L AMI
MONKY TO 1.1'AN.
t. . rih rrhrriiciih. T. r. cowimu,
UOCKKNIIIIOI'UII A COWINO,
ATToKNKVH AT LAW.
All Came halnr I', Land lmr niwulnllir.
oflle. riHMin 14 mi( li, II laud utile
OHKOON t'lTV. Orcm.
ATl'iillSKV AT LAW
nm. t ir r-Rni-RRtv rt hni.ii n.
Odin two ilimr abnv Hwinflli, (m-nnii City.
, T, wll I.IAM.
KF.AI. l'.STATK AM lNSlUANCF..
IVnirulili' Hiilno Properly and Sub
urban llotno in Oregon (ily.
Farm Proforiy In trail, to .ult mi term..
rurrriiH.iiilrnrp itn.m ptl y .n.aertnt. ortli'o,
IKt ii. tu latillrlil A IlilllIU') 'Inn llm.
eot NNi:i.OU AT LAW
Ofncmr tirrtft.it city luuk,
eacno it. orriwr
yi.O II SMITH,
PHYSICIAN AND sntCKON,
l'.aglo Creek, - Oregon.
1 PA PC I.ATnl'llKTIfc,
1'orNSKI.OltK AT LAW
MAIM tlltt:r, OIIKtlllN CITV, OMKIION.
Purnlh AlntraiMi i.l tula. Money. Kure
M'trwKe, .nil lru.ct onnrral
"J It. CIUIHU.
ATTiiUNKY AT LAW.
Will. I'mi ni m AM. Hurt, or Tin Utah
Heal Kital anil Inniniiif.
OBIr. on Mta Sirwt. 11. Slth tn1 Seventh,
otlikl I IT Y . nil
NOTAKY PUBLIC, HKAI. KSTATK A
Office 111 tr. i irtltw HiilMttif .
0''n City. nii'nii.
(i W. 1 1 sit K, M. P..
I'HYMi'IAN AND Sl'IHiKi'S.
Uir ul 1'iirllsii'l.)
Ottle Willi Pr M dleny. Aurora. Ore"ii
y a iiritsT,
HKAI. KSTATK I.NSl'HANCK
NOTAKY l't'tUC & COI.LKCTOH.
Mouvv Uianwl ou A Himvul Heoinlly.
rpnoH. r. kyan,
KKAl. ESTATE ANI INKl'RANI K.
Chtilo. ( Ily. r.rra nit Hiihnrlmii property for
ul. City sprltit, miinly warrant! ami wi'iirl
tli! of ill klml! l.ounlil ami aolil Taieipslil
ami liuilnrM ol ernry lUacrli'tlou atteuili-tl to
Ofllwi ill' alnlrw In bnllillin norlb ol iMiitotnit
ATTOKXKY AT LAW,
Will pr.dlrs In all the court! ol the lists.
Omen, corner Mala ami KIkIiOi "irreu. opiawlt
ORO, C. BII.UVNKI.I.. A. I liRRWRR
MtOWNHI.I. A PIIKUHKU
ATTOKNKYS AT LAW,
OKRON CITV, OBKUON.
Will priii'tles In sll llioooiirli ot the lisle 01
flee, nt'il ilir to Cauttolil A lluiillcy'i ilrug
rilllK COMMKUCIAL HANK,
Of OltEtlON CITY.
TRANSACTS A (IKNKIIAI. AN Kl NO RIWNRSS.
Loans mails. Hills illieounteil. Milken col
leetloni. Iliiyisml lelli iiii'lianiie mi all point
In Hie Ciilli'il Siilea, K.uriis anil llouii Knnir.
lleiiiiilti riicol I lilhji'et. to check lulereHl at
liiual rutt'i alloweil on time ili'poilti. Hunk
open from V A. a, to 4 1'. M. Halurilay evmilnui
from 6 to 7 I', a.
II C. l.ATOHUK'1'TK, Promileiit.
K K lKiNAI.ImON, Csslilor
lANK OF OIIKOCN CITY,
Oldest Banking Hanse la Ihe City.
Paid up Capital, triO.OOO.
VII It rKKSIORNT,
OKO. A. II A Itl'l Nil.
K. 0 CAIirlRI.U
C1IARI.KS II. CAUriKI.I),
A noimral banking buslnes trsninoteil.
Pvpoilts rm't'lvtsil subjeei to olisok.
Approved bills ami notes illNOounlod,
Count) Riul city warranli boii()it.
Iians mills on available) loourlty.
KxeliaiiK bouirlit ami mill.
Colleotlom msiUi promptly. , ,
Iiralti mill avallaiilc In any part ol the world.
Teleitrsphlo exchanges sold on Portland, Ban
Francisco, Ohlcaiio and New York,
IiilereUt palj on time deposits.
Hub Aymts ol TDK LONDON CHEQUE BANK.
IC. E. WILLIAMS,
FRUIT & VEGETABLES,
RED SEAL FLOUR,
Hay, Oats and Mill Feed.
A Solicitor Sent to Your House Every
Morning if Desired.
GOODS DKLlVEIiEl) PKOMI'TLY.
ARE STILL IN
FULL MEASURE AND
PorllaiKl, Otraua. A. P.
K.Uhll.hr.l In IRM. A llri, irrUral wb.,
D(PA.TM(NTt u.ln.a., rtonNand,
liwn all Hi. yr.r , nn vrll..n, mi li-rm tH-itlnoliii;..
MEDeliTerBilto allParts oftlie Cit?
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
I'arry the Lnrgent Stmk of
Sash, I Mors, lUinds, Mouldings, Etc.
In Orison City.
SjKrinl i.t" of Itxir ami Window
Estimates for Stair Work and Storo Fronts
Kurnislicd on npiilicnlioii. UuildcrK,
is not of tin; best, and our jtrioe an
F.ictory, Cor. Main and
STOVES, TIN & HOLLOW WARE.
All Kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Work
PLUMBING AND GENERAL JOBBING TO ORDER.
Mhop mn facyrnlli fat., near lco, Oregon VUy. llrunrh at Oaweir.
The CANBY MERCHANT,
Solid all goodn at a living price. Flour and kerosene not given
away in order to catch your trade and then even up on
higher prices on other goods.
None But First Class Goods Carried.
Prices as low as can bo hud in tho county. Time given to
Orders filled for rough or dressed lumber, all first class, at bed rock
prices, retail or cariomt lots.
J. JONES & SON,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Stores
f TShop comer Fourth and Water
Rupture, Asthma and Piles.
Specialists in tho treatment of all forms of Chronic, Catarrhal, Nervous
Twenty (20) Years' Experience in Motlicine, Surgery and
Electricity. All curable cases "guaranteed. OfTice, 259 Commercial
Street, Salorn, Oregon. fHT"Correspondcnce solicited.
AaarraoRii, Prlrw-lptl. N
f.ToraMy known tbn.ujhoiit th. P.cHc Norlhwe.t
P.nmanahlp, f nsll.lw j
MuUhum auuiuicd .1 tny lini.. i mmiiiRu. irva.
made to order.
t : r n !.:..
AU.ll.liK mi niinir
jiive u a call, and see if our work
low as Uio lowest, 1 rice l.iru ;ni
ilth St3.. Oregon City.
HKAI KK l.N
and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
streets, buck of Fope & Co's, Oregon City
Dock Not Want to Itciiinin In the
MAIlKAUUOIt KKCOKD II Tl likKV.
Democrat lime had Kiiongh of Peck'i
HUitlntiro Weavet in
Wariiiniitow, Oct. 10. Solomon
llinu li, of Portland, Or., mini (or three
vear pawl United State minister to
Turkey, tendered hi resignation today.
It in expected that it Will IK) accepted
tomorrow. The appointment of Mr.
llirsch wa one ol llie most important
made from tli tal ol Oregon, ami liiit
friend at home will be ill'' to know
hi record and work done ha lieen i
moRt Mii.lw.-UH7 to the premdent ami j
Rtale department. Mr lhrwh la in the
city, and tendered hi reML'uution in
nernon. after a i-onfi-reiice with the urea-
i.l...,, !.. i.;..i. l. i. ...i l..:. l l...r,.. il.,. !
executive Ins private reanonR why he no
longer w miied to continue in theuiplo-
mm lc aei vice, for unavoidable reason,
Mr Hiri-cli'R fiuiiily could not live ill i
I'nnRtaiililmple, and be no lotiijer w inbed
to be ai'UurHted from them, eieela!lv
at Riich diHtance. When he wafl in
WaahiiiK'nn a year a'o he iutimati'd to
the prcnidenl then hi desire to retire
at an early day, but at theexpref wihIi
of the preeidciit he remained on tint i I
certain iiUNiiieiR iiiiillern be had in hand
hail hceu completed. Mr. Ilirach w ill
leave lor Tortlaiid in alwut a week. !
loniliiii ne ir a guexi 01 wieiary i :
Mate hunter at a dinner given in honor J
ol 1'atrick K:an.
Waat Ho More of Feck'i BeporU
Ai.HASV.t X, '., Oi-t. 10. Sei retary
tjuincy, ol the democratic national com
mittee wrote to Comin'tiRioner 1'ei k to
day ordering the lalter to diK-ontinue
(in nifhing the committee with irariM-riplR
of hi forthcoming report, r "tianacf iptu
already furninhed contuin all the inform
ation needed in icgord to the RtatiKtu-al
inelliiKlH emtilnved bv Tin-k. arid I be
mmi(.r n .nj,.,', they 'have laen ued "
p,,,., Himaercl bv takinic exception to
ihe inliniation in the letter '.hat the
method emplovel were other than reif
j ular and ini oiiwBteiit with thone purNiied
I by other Rtatiatical huieaua in the coun
! try. He ava, however, that inaainuch
as the committee i ex a-ted to pav him
Ieg.il rate lor transenpta furnished, he
shall, of course, oliev order and cea.se
! furnishing them, although he could "sup
ply the committee with any amount of
' additional tables, e.ually a interestinu
a those already delivered."
Ti OoT.ran.nt t8bly.
j I'ahi. Out., 0. The situation in
I France is cloudy. It is probable that
ininislrv mav lie overthrow n alaiut
1 20t Ii inst.
Die cause ol the dilln ulty
a its iHisition in the Carmaux strike
trouble, both workmen and employer
. liHVina eoual reason to comnlain. i5u!
UlB ulnstry may also le overthrown
I because of the treaty of commerce. The
j inn ut-piiiii-R ure enrnc'i aim uic nj
i tectinnist reject the Ireaty . The politi
cal interest of trance demand this
Ircalv, hut the ministry- piefeis to fall
... .i' : ..i .i
on o.e v .. ... ii.ui. ...er
utKin a (inesiion of foreign policy. There
i a menace Just as great in the Panama
canal icandal, in which politicians,
journalists and deputies are said to be
gravely involved The rumor of an
interview between Ihe three emperors
is absolutely false. There is no change
in Fratice-knssMaii politic. The ex
pedition lo Hahoiney will, it eem, have
accomplished it end next week. The
success of France is beyond doubt. The
excitement caused by the discovery that
the lierman have iVen tending muniti
ons of war to Abomev is great.
Optlt ia Idaho.
Hoisk, Idaho, Oct. 9 Tho opal fields
on Snake river, near Caldwell, a town
alsjiit .10 miles from lioise, are causing
considerable excitement among mining
men. fcverv day persons are leaving
this c'ty to locale claims, and some have
alreadv Bold undeveloped locations at
good figure. The Hothschild, New
York gem experts, have written today
that the specimens forwarded lo them
aie high-grade lire and milky opals.
systematic mode of mining the gem ha
vet been followed. The tire opal are
ioiind at intervals in a well-defined
ledge of dark blue granulated rock, hav
ing a saline capping. The ledge is ap
parently about Ii0 feet wide, and has
Iweii traced from Squaw creek to a point
in the hills opposite Hot Springs, a dis
tance of three miles. The milk opals
are found in yellow granulated sandstone.
Several tine cpals have been found in
these ledges, but they have been dis
troyed in the attempt to remove them.
The Boundary Changed.
San Antonio, Tex., Oct 9. A. P.
Carroll, a merchant of Frontera, Mexico,
which town is supposed to be located on
the line between Mexico and the I'nlted
States, arrived today. He slates that the
international boundary survey is com
pletn for some distance past that place
and that the old boundary line has been
greatly changed. The custom-house at
rrontera has been found to ho nearly
four miles south of the line. Several rich
mining properties which foi the past
several years have been worked under
United States mining laws, are in Mex
ico, under the new survey, and their
owners are much exercised, as it means
a heavy loss lo them, owing to duties on
ore w hich is smelted in the United States.
II e ron, S. ) . Oct. 8 The demo
cratic state committee today formally
decided to fuse with the people's
party. It wrs left with each candidate
to decide w hether he will withdraw. It
is stated that each candidate is now Irv
ing to got his special opponent on the
other ticket to drop out.
Bow Chinamen r Brought Aorosi tho Line.
Buklinoton, Vt., Oct. 8. Twoheav-
ily veiled pernon dollied in women'
linil) were driven aero the line Irorn
Canada yesterday by Carlan Worth,
and to all ap(ea-arice they were respect
able country folk traveling from one
town to anoiher. Ileputy Hlieriff 1'orter,
of CalHonia county, did not like the
look of the ri(. J lie women nut too
Htillly, and tliere wa loo little cominun
iention between Idem, m he overhauled
the turnout, and aiked the driver who
he wa and who hi pawtenxer were,
lie Raid I.e knew nothing about bia
pttBRerixera, exrept that tbey were
French women that he had been hired
to carry to Kt. JohnBbury iJeputy
Hherilf 1'orter wa huntiriK for the
('liinexe underground lailroail, which
baa evidently been in active operation
of late, and be needed no further evi
dence that the rig-lit clue bad been
Mtrui k at lant. With a rpiick movement
he jerked the veils from the face of the
upixmed women, and two badly friht-
enel Chinamen were unveiled. They
jabtiered in their unintelligible laiiifiiaue
COLLIDED IH A POO.
; The Bttao.i.r Frrmter Struck by the Collier
Willamette and Wrecked.
Skat-m.. Wah.. Oct. H. The Canad-
!,. .riHp NuviiratioR conitianv'aateanier
f remier waa Rlruck by t uteam collier
Willamette in a dene fog, off Whidhv
inland, aliout 10 mile thiB aide of i'ort
Townend, alwut 'I o'clock this after
noon. Four were killed, one drowned,
and aeventeen badly wounded. The
Rteam tug lioliah arrived here at 1L':;KI
with three 01 the dead, all ol the
wmided and other piifi-enuem, after
having Rient aeveral hours in an attempt
t0 aave from the wreck the rxxlv ol an
unknown paaeni?er wedged in there.
Tacoma, Wash , (XI 9 Captain
ISurghman, the pilot of the wrecked
i nteainer 1'n'mier, ay he never caw euch
coolnea bh that displayed by the pa
( aengers on the I'reimer when the col
j liHitui occurred. He raid he heard the
' Willamette' whintlen, but could not
j loi-ale them, and did not see the vearu-l
I until ahe wa a cable length ahead
i 'l he engine were reveraeil. but la-fore
the ei-cel coti
Id get s'ern way the collier I
her. Captain I'.m i.'linin ;
! i-rach. d K to her. Cap!
I would make no statement tegarding the
I ac ident, awaiting the imvectigatinn ol
'the marine board. He think Ihe Wil
! Iam..tl0 li'ill h hmllv ii.iiireil.
Aftr For Years of Drouth. j
Paji Antonio, Texas, Oct. 8. The i
lower Iiio tirande border counties
Texas, w . iich for four years suffeied from '
thewoist droulh ever known, are ww;nlloIltT t0' make such purchases or
Hooile,! with wuter. almost nuessant i
rains having fallen in 'he stricken coun-1
trv during the p.ist three week. The
branches of the Kio tirande river are
still on the rampage, and causing mueh
damage. Ihe grass has gprnng up
ihrtiughent the whole section, and cattle
are fattening rapiilly. Iianchmen are
again stocking their ranches, and are
iuhilant over the nrosnecta
A new daily paer has been started in
Astora. It is called the Budget and is
democratic in politics.
Henry liraves of Sheridan, recently
sold 500 pounds of old copKr to a Port
land linn it was at one tune a nait ol
, , j h t Btrameii on the aauds of
i ,.. v! .
the Nestucca beach.
The contract has been let for the erec
tion of a two-story hotel at Big Creek
near the city of New port, to be finished
in the latest style, having all the moder
ate conveniences. It will be finished
and furnielied to accomuioda'.e guest
early the coining season .
Farmers of Eagle Valley, Union county
were harvesting their third crop of alfalfa
last week. Tbey are prepared to feed
an endless amount of stock, and expect
to see cattle, horses and sheep driven
in from the snrounding ranges by the
thousands during the winter.
John V. Crawford, United States
Indian agent, is in l'endleton making
arrangement to notify all people resid-
I ;n on he
: I, .:il . .l.n
f maillia reservation iiini
tbev must leave the reservation as soon
as their crops are harvested, as no lands
will be allowed to be rented for next J
John Sellert and w ife, of Peer island,
left a couple of week ago for a two
months' visit in Iowa. Mr. Heffert came
to Oregon some 25 years ago, without
any means to speak of, but with excel
lent health and energy. He and his
family have worked and saved until
thev how poses 1,000 acres of the finest
land in Columbia county.
John and William Palmer have been
digging on their farm, south of Payton,
Yamhill county, the past ten davs for
the remains of mastodons, and been re
warded by finding portions of the re
mains of several animals of immense
size. The place where they have been
digging is marshy, and the remains were
in a position showing that the annimals
were standing in a group at the time of
their death,, and appearently sunk in
the mire and were unable to extricate
themselves. Messrs. Palmer have al
most all the parts of a skeleton of an
immense mastodon. One of the back
teeth weighs 24 pounds.
The Lover's Lament.
Your face is like a drooping flower,
I see you fading, hour by hour,
Your lonnded outlines waste away,
In vain I weep, in vain I pray,
What power Death's cruel hand can stay
Sweetheart, Sweetheart !
Why, nothing but Pr. Tierce's Fav
orite Prescription. It imparts strength
to the falling system, cures organic
troubles and for debilitated and feeble
women generally, is unequaled. It dis
pels melancholy and nervousness, and
builds up both flesh and strength.
Guaranteed to give satisfaction in every
case, or money paid lor it retunaeu.
C. 0. T. Williams is now prepared to
make very favorable rates on good farm
The Celebration in Ilrnorof the
IMfLJIDtHO (HAJiliE It FRA5CE.
The Mexican Beundary .Halter
Opals IllHcovered la Idaho.
Xkw York, Oct. 8. The week of cele
bration in honor of the 400th anniveriiitry
of the discovery of America by Colum
bus begin here today. In anticipation
of event in connection wi'h it, the city
ha ix-en decorated a never before.
Along llroadway, from the Battery to
Harlem, and on moat of the minor street
there is scarcely a break in the atreichc
of bun'ing. 1 be service today and to
morrow are religious Kxercise wer
held in comrneration of the event in all
Jewish churches, many of them ver
impressive and beautiful. Tomoirow
the christian chu'dies will coumiemo
rate the event. Monday there will Im
a parade ol 40,oTfO school children,
public, parochial and private, and Indian
boys from the government school. lu
the evening 'here aili lie an illumina
tion of the Rrooklvn bridne. Tuesday
there will be naval parade with war
ships from all the great naval power,
followed by swift transatlantic liner,
mer-.'hanttiien and eteam launches. In
the evening there will be a stupendous
display of fireworks from Brooklyn
bridge. Weilnesdav, Anniversary day.
will be inaiigrated with the cannon,
followed bv a military and civic parade,
in which it is expected 100,000 person
will take part Then Columbus monu
ment w. II be dedicated. In the evening
there w ill be a gorgeous pageant
Offered to Bell Colimbm' Body.
Washington, Oct. 9 A queer story
is told bv one of the w rld's fair com
missioner who claims that he learned
during a recent visit to the state depart
ment that the remain of Christopher
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r j , , w.,.nri,y ,or (ujo.rs)
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was made by I'resident Heureaux, of,
San Domingo. The commissioner sta'ei
that although the pmpo-itiun w jh that
tiie remains should he taken in securitv
for a loan, il is the general belief about
the state depaitment mat mis I merely
a delicate way of pioo-ing an absolute
sale. The p-ojaisiiiou wa reje-ted, a
the authorit-es in Washington have do
K.ward for tko Daltsn Ong.
Sax FllANrI(1C0 ,.,. 8 Xhe poutn.
I p .fi . . .
; .-. . ... , l(.'nl, vesterd
to It aa-ent at fcotteyville. Kan., wlieie
the Dalton train and batik robts-rs were
exterminated, to ascertain w ho was en
titled to the ttiOOJ reward offered for
the capture of the men, and to pay it
over at once, I lie inonev having Vreen
j telegiaphed for that urno-e. Kewards
were also ottered t'V the panta re,
Missouri Paiilic ami Pacific Kxpresa
companies, so that the amount on the
head of each of the three Daltons was
about $'.i-;00. or 127.000 in all. It is
said that the funds will be divided by
Ihe men who w iped out the Oaltons, and
among the widows end relatives of the
citizens w ho were killed.
Another Somas Famine.
Odessa, Oct. 9. There has been no
rain in South Russia for four months,
and most of the agricultural land hss
been baked so hard that attempts to
break the fields result in breaking the
plows. Winter wheat will be probablv
a total failure, and a repetition of the
great famine is certain. In the North
em governments matter are a little bet
ter, the last harvest in the Caucasus
amounted to 125,000,000 pood, and
should preserve that reaion from trou
ble. Halt ol the innKlle-cla88 proprie
tors ot Bessaria and Kherson have ap
olied for an extension ol credit on mort
gage loans Should this not be granted
the general ruin of the small agricnlturnl
classes would be imminent.
Who Will he Ltareatef
London, Oct. 12. The question as to
who will succeed Tennyson aR poet
laureate is argued from all points of dis
cuBsion in literary, social and political
circles. It is not thought by Swin
hourne's friends that he would accept
it, and bis early democratic lyrics seem
to bar the way. William Morris, the
"poet-artisan" is the ablest versifier in
the country but he is a rabid socialist,
and bo out of the race. This leaves as
the real aspirants Lewis Morris, Sir
Kdward Arnold, Alfred Austin and
Hubert Buchanan. T'.ie first-named i
the most likely candidate; for Arnold
has a taint ol heresy. Buclisnnan is
occasionally erratic in his views, and
Alfred Austin is scarcely up to the maik.
At f alaski.
Ti'liski, Ten., Oct. 8. Weaver spoke
this afternoon to a lare crowd on the
public square, the address lasting thirty
minutes. In summing up the answers
to the charges made aniiinst him, Gen
eral Weaver said : " As God is my jiuLe
1 never dui in l'ulaska one thing that is
charged, except levying money, and I
pronounce the charges nnqiulihvd la se
nood The w ar is over I come here
on a mission of fi-alcrndv. Thev s.dd I
dare not cotue. I knew I date come,
and I would have come hud the threats
been a thousand times stronger." The
speaker was wildly cheered. Mrs. Lease
The originals of the certificates of cures
effected by the use of Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla are kept on tile at the office of the
J. O. Ayer Company, Lowell. Mass.
Probablv no similar establishment in
the world can exhibit such a mass ol
valuable and convincing testimony.
Send to the Entehfrisk office for yonr
legal blanks. A single one or a hundred,
furnished at Portland prices.