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egon City Enterprise.
VOL 2(1. NO. ("..
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTORKIl 21, 1892.
I'lmmr K.liihl mill Main atr.fte, Cir-nin Cllr,
ItKAI. KHTATK TOMIXI. AM)
MciSKY TO LOAN.
t. , nam anNaaucuM, t. r. cuwmu,
IUM kKNIIItOI'tlll A COWINI1.
ATTOHNKYS AT LAW.
All '( nvti.rn I' H lAihl offlm a .tiMtLHy.
Ottli'n riH.ma I4aitl l'. t a laud iiHicn
OIlKUdN I I I V.. .... Ori..n.
U Cold Kit,
ATTOKNI'.Y AT I.AW
iMutn. or raraarv rrNini.
OrflPtlwii tliMir. atxivn (mwUiIDcii, Oreiou City.
1 0. T W II. I.IAN,
Kr.Al. fslAlh AMI I .OAS AUKST. !
riruiy vt iii'mt'jr in limit mi tli mi Uvuralile
A girfM Uui uf Imalnc. ro.Mt'itra ami iiliurhan
Farm I'ri'perlx In Ira.i. In anil mi n.ay Icrina,
r(irri'"inlt,ni' irintOy mmwrrril. Oltli'i,
lioKitliHir lu i utinhl A iluulipjf Uru .turn,
ATTOKSKY A NI
1 n IN Si I. OK AT I.AW
Offlrr ovnr Own flly f lik.
IIRlU.ltl i in. union
J C II SMITH,
l'llYSKIAN AND Sl'KGKoN,
Kiiiiln Creek, - tiregon.
(l li 4 li.C I.ATOI KKI-IIl,
Cui'NSK.UHi.S AT LAW
AIN HTMKkT, OKKUOH Of V, IlKKUUN. I
rurnl.h AI lrM nl TIiIk. loan Mnnry. Fure
CliiM M.illt.. ami Iraa.at't ocnirral
K. E. WILLIAMS,
FRUIT & VEGETABLES,
RED SEAL FLOUR,
Hay, Oats and Mill Feed.
A Solicitor Sent to Your Houso Every
Morning if Desired.
(iOOIhS DELIVERED PKOMITLY.
An luereiiM' t lint is Without I'ur-all.-,
lu Any Country.
I2,!II(.V''S PAH) OUT IJf WAKEN
A Gain of l2,772,.t In the Val
ue of the Output In Tea
Colorado A Hanta Fe. Tlie Kouthern
0i-r.it)rn of lli Texas line, several .
li indied, had a schedule for increased
wages before the officials, lint it m not . "J'hpy 'falk Over the Xf
allowed. Tlie Santa Fe operator strut k .
.i .i . phone Line.
in mouthy with the Texan operators.
puthy with the Jexan ope
I V, Irmn. a... trt.uttiu In Tlf .1 Traill-
MM & MM
ARE STILL IN THE FIELD.
THE VOHE A THOlHAM) MILES.
dispatchers on the Ham he propose!
taking ntak trains in transit to lhe
division points, when they will leave i The Canadian Boodle (axes IiUcot
their keya also.
W'awiixotox, (Jet. 17. The United
Klatea aupreme court by Chief Juntice
Fuller to lay reaHirineil the jultiieiit of
the Mii'hiifan aupreme court, tiiholdiii;
the eormtitutionulity of the famouit Miner
law providing for a choii.e of presidential
electorn hy corn(r(iional diatricU in
utead of by the atiite aa a whole. The
court holda the 14th amendment to the
coiiatitnlion of the United iUte did not
lea in Idaho Mm. Ilurriton
Xkw York, Oct. 18. Thia afternoon
in the presence of a dintinijuiched com
pany, telephone service between Kew
Y'ork and Chicago waa formally inaugu
rated. President Hudson explained to'
the aoeemhly, before the tentlegan, that
the new conueclion between New Yoik
and Chicago in the lonuext telephone
line in the world. A coronet solo, "The
limit the rixht of the states to fix the . Slar ltfl Kanner," waa then played
mode of chooainif elertora. It ia con-, an" l"e l,l"i 1
celed the effect of ihe di cicion ia to Kive , ,rom ('l'" ''r-
i part, at leant, of the Michigan electoral !
and the fame iainiliar tune w in repeated
Tlie note canm clmr
'America" wua eent ai d
FULL MEASURE AND PROMPT SERVICE.
Pi.rlUnd, Orguii. A. t. Aaarranaa, Prtnrlpal.
K.tbll.hr4 (a laM. A tlx, prarUral arknil, farorablr kiMiwn Ibruafbout Ik. 1'arlflc NorUiw..L
DlPASTMINTSI ualnaan. Shorthand, Trorllln, ranmanshlp, InallaD.
all lh jirar; tin n .ili.ii. no Irrm brninninaL Kluikau adaiilt4 nl any unt. Caulofu (ran.
Wahiiinoton, Oct. IU. The cenaua of
fice today made public a bulletin (riving
atatiaticaof the textile induatiies of the
United Htutea a a w hole. The increaac
in HilV manufacture aim-e 1RH0 ia the moat
atriliiiiK, being 112 72 x-r cent, in value
of Its products. Cotton manufacture
ranks second, be'ina- 'Ml 51 er cent, and
wixj! manufacture third, beinK iO.IKI per
cent. The aveiaue Increaatf in the en
tire textile industry ia UK 61 percent. The
relative rank in the importance ol the in
duatries, however, ia reversed: wool
inanulai turea in all brandies atandinit ' yute to Cleveland.
firnt, w ith grim prtxlucta valued at :!:i7,- n ian'moiia
778,54; cotton maiiufiu tnn-a second,!
w ith proilucta valued at 217 ,OSI ,7-4. and
ailk maniifnctiirea third, with products !
valued at H7,2!,4.ri4. The actual in
creuae in the value of products wan (70,
f.15,1) 1 in wool, f 7.",K!i ,(H in cotton,
and MOift.W in silk. The combined
Iriitnutri..ii t.,..l.li.,l a iir.ulttl in tl.a ..ruo.
ent wnsos vear worth .;!,(m,702, as , 'ore' b,,ilt ,' hie?h ,,uiky i,U tortfio- i said Mavor Washbu.n impressively, -'on
compa.ed wi'tl, t product in lHSOof W.!111 U'e ",a '"""""f ', American Invention which shall sup-
S7ii nn i.i,.ra. in iun .r. f ti( . ; 1"H w ",c ' to" '"ncu i plement the telegraph ana enable rt.e
772. m4, which from any point of view, it
The opinion wan
Bob. ft Boimer'. H.- Bnlkj.
j New Yokk, Oct. 15 Koliert Bonner,
j while aaiiaiiel the bicycle sulky ia a
j decided advantage in speed trials, has
iconcluled that it wat capable ofimprove-
menu The arnalineas of the wheels was
' an objectionable feature. He has. there-
leceived in the same way. Then Mayor
Grant spoke to Mayor Washburn, of
Chicago. "The city of Chicago gice's
the city of New York," aaiJ Mayor
Washburn. "The city of New York i
turna the compliments, and wishes you
all success in the great celebration you
are to have this week, waa Mayor Grant's
reply. "The city of Chicago extends
greetings, and congratulates the nation,"
is staled, is without parallel in any conn
try. The increase in the amount of
wages paid for the combined textile in
dustries ia even more marked than the
increase in the value of Ihe products, be
ing 64 "1 percent. In the combined indus
tries, 04 77 per cent in wool manufactur
ing, f".K )r cent, in cotton and 115.10
in silk. The total sum of tll2.3!5,5!
or lowered to mike a Horizontal slialt neoul- of Ihe continent to communl
tor either a tall or low horse. The new j cllXe lpre tUey now reRort to post and
vehicle is constructed entirely of tubular j telegraph." Mayor Grant, in conclu
steel, including the thills, and is both j j0,1( llia,e a graceful personal expres
lighter and stronger than wooden run- j o( ngret at jljls inability lo attend the
ninggear. It is Bonner's intention to I dedication exercises this week."
use this) sulky in Sunol'a trials for the
ATTl'KNKY AT LAW.
Wiu. I'a.mi a in Au. furs nr tiu staxa
Km I tntaic anil lw.uranes.
ommun Mnln Sirl, hl Slilh nixl Svvmlh.
uniniiiH I ITT, n,
1.1 M. HANI'S,
NOTAUY l'UIU.ir, UKAL KSTATK A
(im. r In Iho V "t limrm llillitlli,
i w i t sh li.M l.
IMIY.-U I AS ASK MlttiKoX.
(Lntrnt I'.irt'.nu.l )
omr null 1'r nt.ulf.r, Aurorn. Onuvn
yy m iii'tis-r,
UKAI. FSTATK A INSl ltANCF.
NOTAUY PUBLIC A COI.I.I'.CTOU,
Mmirt txud u A l't(c.l Swuillf.
rpiios. r. hya.n,
KKAl. KSTA1K AND IKHI'HAM'K.
4'kolrsrUv, fnrm amt Siiburtinii iniiwT tnr
nl. City Mrtrt, iHtiiiity wnnwm. anil Mtirt
llmiiit nil klinU bii-lil and anlil Tmr fhl
nml hi1iip n( very il..(iiillnii nlteu4vt l
ODtiy ii p xaira lu uiitMliif nnrlh nt pnalnulcs.
ATTOUNKY AT I.AW,
Will practice In all tin- (oiirln ot tlie ttt.
OffliT, cnnicr Main ami Klulilh mrei'ia, opiuinile
ukii. c. iinnwNKU..
IKOVi'NKt.l. A HKKSSKK
a. a. lutKHHan.
ATTOHNEYS AT LAW,
Oaaiins City, osiwios.
Will nraellre In all (liixwurta of the atate. (II
flex, next tliHir to ( Hiillol.l A lliihlU'y drug
OK (IHKUHN (IITV.
TaASRAt'TN A (IKNKHAI. MANKINQ nlialNKa.
f.nniia mail. Illlla (llacniiiiti'd. Mukna eiil
Ifctluna. Iliiva mot aclla roci'linuae on all pnlma
in I hi' I'lilli'il Minima, Kiirnpn nml llnna Knnii.
)itinallH rccet'MMl auliJiM't In clii'rk Intorcat at
uaiial niten nltnwnil on tlmo tlcimalta. Hank
open from u a. M. to 4 r. u. Hutu rilny uvciiIiiki
troni rl tn 1 r. M.
II (J. I.ATIU'KKTTK, I'roiiilenl.
K K HuNAI.DHON, Cnahter
JANK Or OIIKUON CITY,
Oldest Mln House la tlie City.
Paid up Capital, f1,000.
0KO. A. IIAHIMNO.
K. o CAuriai.n
CIIAUI.KH It. CAliriaiiD.
A joneral hankllil bnalueaa trainnctod. -Dciioalta
runelvert auh)w!l lo check.
Apurnvod lillla and nntva dlanniiutdil.
(Iminf and ell y warrant. UniiKht.
I.iinna mide on availaulo iiiourlty.
Kxclianae bUilit sail mid.
Collemlnm ninde prnmpllr.
Jirnltn aill svalUole In any tiart of the world.
Teli'iiraplitq saoliaiiKea anlil ou Portland, Hao
Franolano, llbloaa.iand Nw York.
Internal nail OS tuns diipnstts. i
Sub AmuIs ol TH Jt tONhON CiIKQUK DANK.
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
Carry the Largest Stock of
&ish, Doors, Winds, Mouldings, Etc
In Oregon City.
Striul sien of Poors nml Whitlows muilo to tinier. Turning of all kinds
Estimates for Stair Work and Store Fronts
Fiimifheil on application. lluihlcrH, give us n cull, anil nee if our work
is not of tin- best, ami our prices us low at the lowest. Price List sent
Factory, Cor. Main and llth Sta.. Oregon City.
Eiquiiiai Have Arrived for the Fair.
Bostos, Oct. 16. The schooner Eve-
i was psid in ihe combined industries as lena, Cap'ain William M. McConnell
! wages to 4HK,!I21 employes.
CHOLERA II (HIS A.
Rcpsrtli Spread Abroad that Earop.aai Bar
Poiitaed tho W.lli and Rivon.
J. W. SCHWA1V,
STOVES, TIN & HOLLOW WARE.
All Kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Work
PLUMBING AND GENERAL JOBBING TO ORDER.
fahap an Nevriilli (., Hear Ike pel, Oregon fit)', llrsmeh nl Onwego.
The CANBY MERCHANT,
ydln all gootls at a living price. Flour nml kerosene not given
uwny in order to catch your trade ami then even up on
higher prices on other goods.
None But First Class Goods Carried.
Prices us low na can bo luid in the county. Time given to
Orders filled for rough or dressed lumber, all first class, at bed rock
prices, retail or carload lots.
J. JONES & SON,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
lMtM'l'.N Till: I.OWISNT.
j"Hhop corner Fourth and Water streets, buck of Popo & Go's, Oregon City
Pah Fa.tN'cisco, IK't, 15. A. Hankow
ccrresyondent of the Shanghai Mercury
write under date of August 29th : "At
Kanchen, 4K miles from Hankow, on
the Han river, cholera is raninit to an
awful extent, And hundreds art) dying
daily. ISome evildispoaed persona,
balers of foreigners, have spread a
malicious reort to the effect that some
Chinese are traveling round in the pay
of Europeans, poisoning all the wells
and rivers, hence the awful numlwr of
deaths. Consequently all strangers are
put in prison, and many have had their
heads cut off and entrails and hea'ts
thrown into the river to propitiate the
river god. Feais are entertained for
the safety of I!ev. Mr. Lund, belonging
to the Swedish mission. In returning
to Hankow, as it is known be will soon,
unless he gets letters sent to warn hun,
he will be in the troubled districts. II
he passes through the city tlie chances
are that he will be killed."
arrived here vesterday with the Labrador
expedition sent out last June to secure
Esquimaux exhibit for the world's fair.
W. I). Tincent and K. U Taber, who
are in charge, report a very successful
issue of their undertak'ng. They have
aboard tbe schooner fitty- seven native
Esquimaux, all of whom will start for
Chicago Saturday night. In the party
are sixteen men, twenty-three women,
twelve of whom are the wives of men in
the party, and thirteen children.
Boodle Caaei ia Cauda.
(Ji kbec, Out., 4M. 17 Today the
grand jury tendered a verdict of "No
bill" in the case of Hon. ex-Preniier
Mercier, for malfeasance in connection
with the Hereford railroad subsidies.
A like decision was renderei in the casi
of Ernest 1'acaud, Mereier's political
manager, for bribery in connection with
the same deal. The indictment against
ex-I'rovincial Secretary Langeliea on
like charges will not tie presented to the
grand jury this term. The ex-premier,
however, will have to stand trial before
the court of queen's on a charge of mal
feasance in connection with those sub
sidies, which it is alleged he diverted
from their proper use, and a true bill w as
F.ilir. of a Bank.
Pokt AvoKi-Ks, Wash., Oct. 14. -The j ,ouml ''onnection
absolute collapse ot the bank of Port Ho 3op for Mri. Haxriioa.
Angles, B. F. Schwaitx .president, is , NEW York. Oct . 18 A Herald special
.Rupture, Asthma and Piles.
Specialists in tho treatment of all foniis of Chronic, Catarrhal, Nervous
and Foinalo Diseases.
Twenty (20) Years' Experience in Medicine, Surgery and
Eloctricity. All ourablo casen guaranteed. Office, 2o9, Commercial
Street, Salem, Oregon. jJsflrCorresponilence solicited.
Hon-Ualoa Miser 8h.t at Wallace.
Wallace, Idaho, Oct. III. A myste
rious sflsir happened at the Gera mine
last night. Walter Graham was with a
half down friends who were drinking
and telling stories in the saloon, when a
unit) with a white cotton mask, which
stretched from his face to bis waist, en
tered and said to Graham : "I want to
see you a minute " Graham unwillingly
approached tho stranger, when the lat
ter drew a revolver and ordered "hands
up." Graham obeyed, whereupon the
man in the mask deliberately took a
shot. The bullet tore away a knuckle
on Graham's hand and ploughed through
his shoulder. The assasain escaped with
the shout, "we've got you now." The
all'uir is wrapped in mystery. There is
no clue to the assassin. Graham is a
non-union miner. Tlie attempted assas
sination is considered the first of a prom
ised series growing out of the enmities
caused by the late C'iir d'Alene riots.
More Lands for Free Entry.
Washington, Oct. 15. President Har
Hurrison this afternoon issued a proc
lamation opening to immediate set
tlement the surplus lands on the Crow
Indian reservation in southern Montana,
aggregating 1,800,000 acres ceded to the
government unii"r an agreement made
December 28, 1800, as modified by an
agreement made August 27, 1802. Un
der the terms of these agreements all the
ceded lands, except mineral lands, must
be disposed of only to actual settlers un
der the provisions of the homestead laws,
except those contained in' section 2301 of
the revised statutes, which givos to ex
soldiers ami sailors the benefit of the
time Iheiy served in the army or nayy of
tlie United States.
Telegrapheri ara on a Strike.
Tockka, Kan., Oct. 17. All the tel
egraphers on the Santa Fe system, nmn
boring 000, struck this morning in re
sponse to an order from Chief Ramsey,
of the Order of Railway Telegraphers.
Tlie source of the trouble iB the Gulf,
continued today. The institution has
been known to be in severe straits for
from Washington says: No matte, how
horefully the doctors' statements are
sometime, and consequently there is j ,ade lo sound everv dav. there is never
very little loss arising over the failure
heie. The two principal losers are the
Western Washington Development Co.,
$200, and Sheriff Gould for about the
same amount, but as the depositors were
few, there will be no loss to merchants,
and the closing of the bank will not be
felt by the community.
DeTMted by Prairie Firei.
Winnipeg, Oct. 14. The western half
of Alberta, a ranching district of the
Northwest, has been devasted by prairie
fires. Thousands of tons of hay and
many buildings are burned. It is feared
many cattle perished. The flames
advanced so rapidly the ranchmen
were compelled to mount horses and
flee for their lives. Unless they can find
new ranges they scarcely will be able
to tide their stock over the winter, and
the consequent loss will be enormous.
Enropeaa Crop Keporta.
London, Oct. l(i. Reports made up
from ollicial figures show that, except in
Great Britan and Italy, the crop pros
pects in Europe average nearly 15 per j in Custer county. The coal lands cover
a moment passes for the White House
family that iB not filled with the deepest
anxiety. Mis. Harrison became so
weak yesterday that the slightest change
may mean the end. The extreme
drowsiness of the past four days keeps
up just the same, and it looks as if the
last days of her life will not be filled
with pain or suffering. Every now and
then she is routed to take her nourish
ment, and she at once goes back to sleep
again. The president and members of
the household do not go outside of view
of the house.
Coal ia Idaho.
Boisk, Idaho, Oct. 14. A. B. Scber
merhoru, geologist, who baa been ex
ploring Central Idaho for World's Fair
Commissioner Wells for the purpose of
making a geological and mineral collec
tion for the Idaho exhibit, and whose
discovery of an immense glacial field in
Lemhi county has bten reported in these
dispatches, reports that l.e has made an
examination of valuable coal measures
cent better than last year. Italy's
wheat crop is 12 per cent below last
year's and Great Uriuin is over i7 per
cent below the normal yield. The con
dition of crop affairs in Great Britain is
the worst ever experienced.
Will Koto to Washington.
Washington, Oct. 15. Ex-Secretary
Blaine, accompanied by his family, will
JUtke up his permanent abode for the
winter at his residence on Lafayette
square, next week. Mr. Blaine com
municated, through Secretary Foster,
his expression of deep sympathy with
the president on account of bis wife's
Declare! the Strike is Lost.
Homestkaii, Pa , Oct. 15. Tlie Nes
came out this morning with a lengthy
editorial declaring that the strike was
lost. The paper is the recognized organ
of the locked out men, and the editorial
in question was submitted to several
prominent strikers before its publication.
Will Nominate Sickles.
Nbw York. Oct. 16. One of the polit
ical surprises of the day was the re
ported announcement of Richard Cro
ker that he would not be the nominee
for congress from tae Twelfth district,
but that the nominee would be Genera)
an area of 600 square miles. I lie veins
have only been prospected on the sur
face, but Prof. Schermerliorn is satisfied
that some of the largest bodies c! coal
in the west will be found and that the
coal will take a high rank in the matter.
Washington, Oct. 15. The pre? iden t
is very much depressed in spiiits at tlie
steady decline of .Mrs. Harrison. He no
longer attempts to give attention to pub
lic affairs. He denied himself to all
callers today, and omitted the regular
Trouble Expected in Idaho.
Moscow, Idaho, Oct 10. Trouble is
expected among the democrats. Their
leaders are trying lo have the populists
join hands with them. They have
withdrawn their electors and indorsed
those of the populists.
The Salmon Trade.
Victoria, B. C, Oct. 15. Bergoff, who
is interested in tlie scheme to take fresh
British Columbia salmon to Europe, ii
here arranging to build a small steamer
to bring the salmon from Skeena river.
Accepted the Leadership.
Portland. Oct. 14. D. W. Reeves,
now playing at the exposition, has ac
cepted the leadershiD of Gilmore's band
at St. Louis.