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Oregon City Enterprise
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OHKdON CITY, ORWJON, ITtlDAY, JANUARY 27, 189.':
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( niwr anil third Monday In A II.
... fn.l.i euurt In aaaaiun Sr Monday In eauk
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.h p'1' to"!) mouth
"y 'AHKV JollNsoN,
furnar alibi and Main airtta, Orftt :y.
ItKAI. KnTATK TOHKI.L AMI
MiiNKY TO UiAN.
ATTOHNKY AT I. AW
tMiati ur raoraatv in tuiiain.
t)lfle hl lu Ore.. City bank on eib iliooi.
O, T W II UAM.
Ill; I. Ml Ai r. AMI IX1AN AiittXT, 1
IMrlil) of Mtunvy lu loan on III tnuU laorabla :
A food Una ul bualtiFM, reiidpureaud auburbau
Farm rmparty In If u lu .till wu aa.j Until.
CrtfrvMn.1itr .M.tni)ii)r ati.ttvml tirbta,
Ael 4m In l u'. lloiitlvy i dint Mol
(t II 1Y.
t'Ol'NSF.LOIt AT LAW
j tte or (mi-.b city Hank.
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i hi n c UTot ni.it ,
I t'orNWF.Miltri AT WW
Mtlll tHI.T. ualo C1TV, OMlUlK.
furrO. Alxirarii of Tula. l M-may. Pure-
Miiajr, anil I rati. art ciau.ral
1 Uaa Ku.lltvaa
."II . till. ,
ATTOUNF.Y AT I. AW.
WlU. Iiti I I AM. I ta o 1X1 tt
Real ttauw aal laaarear.
OAr utt Maia nt. Wl aiaib anJ Ktaniu.
aaiMia i it, ua
1" M. RAM,
NUTAUY PCHIIC, ItKAI. ESTATE A
(imro III Ihe fill llffira Rulldltil,
oCtn illy, orroh.
y it hi iu.UAiiir,
I.OANM NKlillTI ATKII.
City uJ (Viuiity Wrrnt iKHiglit.
ISI kt.Vl ( AM ItKAI. MTATK.
OfTr In tNwtIH laihltii( (itrm i lijr Or
fMIOH f. HY AN.
HKAL KMTATK AMI IXHI'KAKI K.
Thlfri'. farm iiJ UnhiirVaa .fir1)r Inr
aala. I'My arrlyH. nmiily warratlta an4 arurl
M n all klixla l.uhi ami a.. taa
an l lni.iiir.. n( avrry darilitlii( tiauitnl 10
OMcw uo atalra In bnllrllui north ! paatofflp
I It IIAYKH,
' ATTOHNKY AT LAW,
Oaaaon CiT, . onwiuii,
Will pfarlWf In all Ihr rmiria ! Ilia alala.
Ilflw, rixiivr Malu and Hilli atraxa, inaiia
. , an cal l. i.i iimiii
" OKOWNKI.I. intKiWKK
ATTOltXKYH AT LAW,
OmwnH t'lTV, ORilclll.
Will iraillr III all Ihrrniirl. ol lha alaln. 01
Hi'.', ii.-xt ilimr In I'auAnlil A II u mli jr a drug
rilllK COMMKIU'IAI. HANK,
OK OHKIION CITY .
TNANaAC'Ta A IIKNKrUI. KAMKIHtl IU'IN.
Iana mailn. tit 1 1 a. ,ll iiimi n l.-.t. Muara ml
Itirlinna. Hiiv. ami ai-ll. tailiniiRo on all imliila
in Ui 1'iilli'd Hlali'n, hurii ami llmia Kouk.
iiH.alta rpi'il"iMl aulijiM'l in liiiM-k liilon-Mt at
It.iial ratia allnweil tin Unit iliiHialta. Maiilt
npan from V A. M. Iii i r. M. Hnlutilay uvviiliiiia
I mm ti to 7 r. M.
D C. I.AT0UHK1TK, ITnairlnnt.
K K lioNAI.DMON, Caahlur
j JANK or OlIKdCN I'l'I'Y,
Oldest Banking IlQnse la It: CIU.
Tlllia, I'll A RM A M.
OKU. A. HAHKINtl.
K. U CAIiriXI.II
t iuii.Ka ii, l AiiriKi.n.
A (envritl tinkhi Ininlnriaa traiianctittt.
lll'pnalla ri'l'i'lvfcl allliJiM't tn I'lwrk.
Apprnveil lillla ami imli'a illanouiiuiit.
CcpiiiH) ami oily wnrrnnta IiuiikIU.
IriiHn n mulii mi nvulliiPli" aumirlty,
KirhaiiKf IioiikIiI nml aulit.
Cnlli'iHlunr mail promptly.
Ilratta aulit tvallanli' In any part ill the worlit,
Tnlvxrapliln anlianina .Hi nil Cortland, Hall
Fr' nolarii, "hlniiii.i ami New York.
lntiimat pU on lima ilipoalla,
gilli A-Biila nt I'll K LONDON CIIKQCK DANK.
t. V. WHITK.
Practical Architect f- JluiUors-
Will ji'iipare plana, elevtulntia, worklnK dtv
talla, And apanlfluailoni lor all klmla ot build,
lima. Hneolal attimtlon alvnu til modern out
tavea. fcatlmatea tiirnlahod nn anpllnatlou
Call on or addran WlllTK BKOH..
Ormuu City, Ogn
lirflofYonrLife is Sjeut
We al"l (hi incniiM in conniM-tinn with imnic othi'tH tn
inform nor numcrou frii nda nml tiiilrntiit tlmt we are in
tin' (IpM with a in linn of fiw mft wmil mul cittim inat
tridwii, friii( IniU, cotd, cril ami kiiiilml kkmI. Our
liniv, with no rxti'tii!i, in th finont and nwt cunipli to in
lliia ciitiiity, Our fucilitii H ar nui h that no ooinimriium
ran Ik; tnu.la ami wi- can amniro you of prompt wrviefH and
mir U't ulli iitmn to ymir waiitn.
UICLLOMY H HUSCII.
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE.
DR. L. M. ANDREWS, Prop.
A Full Line o Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
Patont Medicines of all Makes, Notions, Optical Goods
Full Slock Of Machine Oils, Beat and Cheapest.
Kino sciiTtion of rorfumrry aiul Toilrt Soaps. And Ix'ad
inj: Brands of Cigars.
I'HIX IlllllOai i-tltl.ri I.I.V I'll. I. r.i
Klilvrly' Murk, ...... cireyon City, Or.
Oregon City Sash and Door Co.
Carry tho Larg nt Stvk of
ISibh, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Etc.
In Oregon City.
Special niwn of I Wra ami Windows mudo to order. Turning of all kind
Estimates for Stair Work and Store Fronts
r-'iirninhed on atlieatioii. Huilders, give tin a call, and ne if our work
in not of the lient, and our iriivn us low an the IowphL Triee Lint writ
Factory, Cor. Main and llth Sts., Oregon City.
Tinniiiir, IMiimbinir and General Jobbing
DON H TO OKDKR ON SHORT NOTICE.
SEWER AND WATER CONNECTIONS MADE
At the must reasoimhle rates.
work in done with a view
fa) hop an air mill Nt., ni'iir Iki'iiut,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cuhinet Work, Fitting up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
niit'iM tiii: i.owicmt.
4S"Hhop corner Fourth anil Water HtroetH, back of Tope A Go's, Oregon City
- THE WINTER TERM OF THE
Pacific University and Tualatin Academy,
WILL DECIN TUESDAY. JANUARY 3, 1893.
For catalogues and full information address,
Thomas McClki.land, Pres., Forest Grove, Or.
to last and niitinfv all concerned.
A W. SCHWAN.
Onunn I'll. '
CONGRESS IS SLOW
lllhliop llruolM and Sujircnir Juh
1 Ice Lamar I'mnh Away.
(IK VILA mi huuim; A tABIHCT.
Hur Wrfk III t'nairrraa Itlninr'a ( nu-dlllon-lrtlna
The ri-ulution ot Woliiitt, ilirwtjnif
ilincnlilliiiiuiirt" uf tlir imIv of ('ultimljiao
ixwlAKe aluiniw, aa nlrn-iJ to llie ont"
ulliiii i uniiiiiilf.'.
Kfimtor Ibili'li liat mM-uwil a favora
lilit r.frt fmtii tlm coiiimitti'e on pule
lie tuiMlti)fa ami rutiiils of lila bill
(or l lm f m-liuii ot a itofnre buililirig at
I'.akr r City, Or , alao, a (avuiable re
urt on lila Riiii'iplmiMit to tbe duiiilry
' civil apiri.rUt 2V),X for the ublic
IhhIiIiiik a i'ortlaml, nl to iiiririiw the
luiiil of tlieroat of the buililinx to 1,(KK),-
The rrpubliran m-iiatorial caurua tlii
(tTri(xri iln'lilnl tiy a majority vote to
late favitralile artion itwil the aliniaalm
of the lerriUirii-a of Oklalioiua, I'Uh anil
New Mi-1 in), but lc-ll Ariiofiaout iu tbe
Muni ol FriJay ilevotnl to tbe itn
iniraliun bill. Kay nor of Maryland, in
advocating tlie hill. aid aror.ally lie
would bein favor of auajiendinK iinrni
Ifration Irom infei-ted port until all dan
lir of tbe iliaeaae had paad. A num
ber of amendment of various import
were moved and defeated, alien Cork
ran olTi-red an amendment providing
that notlilng in tbe art ahall Ire con
atrneil to authority any federal olTicer to
relax, moilify or iua.end any rale, pre
caution or regulation adopted by I be
tate or inuniripal authority for the ex
clunion of diacaaeii, nor permit the t-n-trance
nor diacliargeof any vexeel, where
quarantine regulation are eaubliahed
by vurh aiitbontiea until the vwwl ball
have complied with thene regulation.
After tiiu dincneiyn and an attempt
to leave the word "modify" out, tbe
amendment wan aitreed to, W to (W
Si-iiator IMpb'a bill to exiend until
January 1, the time of payment
for furfeiltsl Mailniad land between
Vllula, Waah., and Fcrtland, which
paawd the aenate the other dav and w
BtM-eilily reiHirteil from the bouae com-
mittee on ubbc landa, wa called rp
by Mr. Hermann and paae.nl thruugh
the bouae. It will be aigned by tlie
preaidi'iit in a dnr or two.
Who Will Eaur tkt Cakliett
WAaiiisuTos, Jan. 23. A great many
rumor have been limiting atvout regarvl
ing the cabinet, one of them being that
Ureaham ha been invited to a Beat
at Clevelaud'a council board. In cane a
number of the supreme judge should
die, and there would be enough vacan
cies to insure a democratic supreme
court, Cleveland might offer Greeham
a place on the supreme bench, other
wise be is not liable to receive anything
from the next administration. Cabinet
speculations, which leave Mjrrison out
of the slate, are not apt to he very good,
In cane the pension bureau is transferred
from the interior department to the war
department, Morrison may be made sec
retary of war. If tbe bill fails to paw,
it is possible Mori isoii will be secretary
of the Interior. Carlisle is sure to be
secretary of the treasury. Dickinson is
probably slated for socretay of state, an J
Lamoitt will have a place in tbe cabinet.
Two men from tbe South and one from
the l'acitb const will lie selected.
Noted CUrgjaai Dead.
Hoston, Jan. S3. Bishop Phillip
Brooks died at his residence at 6:30 this
morning of heart fuilure, brought on by
a tit of coughing. His death was en
tirely unexpected. He was taken ill
Thursday with asore throat, but nothing
serious showed itself until last evening
when bis physician discovered dipbteri
tie s uiptons and considered a consul
tation advisable but at this lime noth
ing scions was anticipated. About ti :30
o'clock a. m. the patient wag seised
with coughing spasms which lasted for
a few moments, and ids heart ceased to
beat. Ir. Bench said this morning that
death wns caused from heart failure,
and not dipbteria. Bishop Brooks
preached lust Tuesday evening,
Tim Homestead Poljoning.
I'lmiiiiKii, Jan. 20. When the court
opened this morning in the trial of
District Muster Workman Dempsey, of
the Knights of I-abor for administering
poison with intent to commit murder, a
large crowd was present. Judge Stowe,
in his charge to the jury, carefully
avoided any expression ot opinion as to
the evidence given in the case. The
jury at 1 :20 p. in. brought in a verdict of
guilty on tho J first count, charging the
defendant with administering poison to
W. E. Griffiths, When Dempsey heard I
the verdict tbe color left bis fare and j
beads of perspiration stood ont on hi!
forehead. With bowd bead be left the J
courtroom In company with Attorney j
I'orter. Once outside tbe door, Demo-
ey was surrounded by crowd of
sympathizer, prominent among whom
were several inemU-ranf the old advisory
committee of locked out llomeaiteaders.
To a reporter, Dempaey said that he
bad no comment to make, except to
reiterate tbe declaration that he wa an
Innocent man. Porter said tbe verdict
wa a false one, and he would at once
make an application for a new trial.
The extreme penalty is t-V) fine and ten
Llscoi., Neb. Jan. 22. The startling
announcement of the failure of tbe
Capitol National bank wa msde a short
time after 11 o'clock tonight, and with
it came tbe statement that the stale
treasurer was caught in tbe crash to the
extent of l.'.VJ.OOU. It l stated the
failure i a bad one, but the exact con
dition can not lie ascertained tonight.
The deposits amount to t''25,0X), and of
this amount between 175,000 and -V),
0O0 are state funds, for which the bond
of Uie treasilrer will be responsible.
The capital stock was t'iO ,000. and all
paid up. Cashier Outcalt stated thai
the arseta would protect the depositors,
but there is doubt expressed a to the
correctne of the statement.
TUS Atl LlI KTS KXAMIXIb.
LtHcoi.-n, Neb., Jan. 23 Bank Kx
aminrr Uriflith demanded the book of
Ihe bank Ibis morning. He soon dis
covered that something waa wrong. A
large sum is missing and the bank
olik ials could not account for it. All
they could say wa that it had been
stolen. The sum is said to reach f 200,
A Terrible Wr.ck.
St. Imis, Mo., Jn. 21. A wreck.
which in its consequences was one of Ihe
j most appalling and disastrous that baa
occurred in years, took (dace between
Wain and Alton Junction, 111., this
i morning, lire Cleveland, Cincinattj,
f.l,ml.na JL Ml Irati. atntr- WMttlorn
limited passenger train, consisting of
sn engine and four coaches, which left
here this morning for the East, ran into
a train consisting ol seven tank-cars
standing thereon. Tbe result was a
fire, and afterward an explosion, which
I has already cost six tieraon their lives,
fatally injured 19 others, seriously hurt
fully 50 more aud caused a great prop
erty losa to the company.
SvRAffsx, N. Y., Jan. 21, Grover
Cleveland, returning from the funeral
of ex-President Hayes, passed through
here today. At the station a reporter
asked him if be believed the silver re
peal bill would be passed. Mr. Cleve
land said be hoped so. II had noth
ing to say on the question of free coinage.
The reporter then asked :
"Have you anything toofJr the public
on the tariff? Will the McKinley law
"I'd like to know what else we are in
Aiaooiau Jutico Lamar Dead.
Macon. Ga , Jan. 23. Associate Jus
tice of the Supreme Court L. Q. C. La
mar died here tonight. Death was sud
den tn the extreme, for, since the jus
tice has, been here, he had appeared
gradually to have been gaining. This
evening he visited for some time with
friend, Dr. Lewellyn, and just afler the
doctor left his house, about 8 o'clock
he seised with violent pains in the heait
and died in a little while.
White Homa tjuarantina Baited.
Wasiiinoton, Jan. 23. The White
House quarantine is practically re
moved. Little Mai tbena Harrison has
entirely recovered from her illness, and
the local health oflicer took from the en
trance to tbe private part of the mansion
the cards warning persons that scarlet
fever existed within. The mansion will
not, however, be opened to the general
pnblin until the physicians are satisfied
that all danger of infection is removed.
Respect to LaMir.
Washington, Jun. 24 Justice La
Mar's seat on the supreme court bench
was draped In mourning this morning
when the court assembled. Chief Justice
Fuller announced Mr. LaM.ir's death,
and, without transacting any business,
the court adjourned. Most members
of the court will attend the funeral.
The senate and house adjourned out of
resvect to the memory of Mr. LaMar.
Water Works Explosion,
Gosiikn, Ind., Jan. 21. The water
works boiler at Naphancse exploded this
afternoon, killing three meu and injuring
Mr. Blaise's Condition.
Washington, Jan. 24. So encourag
ing reports as to even a temporary gain
of strength were received from Mr.
Blaina'B physician or family today. The
impression everywhere is becoming
more emphatic that each day now finds
him in aome respect not so e!l
on the previous day. Everything
about the lion tonight appear
thus far the as me a nana!. A rtlrn
light in the sick room ueen throtigli ths
drawn curtain convey no sign ol any
thing beyond an ordinary vigil. The
physicians at 9 o'clock ay tbern is tin
WAaiusoTOK, Jan. 25. It is said lo be
settled that Bayard I to have the port
folio of state again, and that Henafor
Carlisle will be secretary of tbe treasury.
Tlie only other member so far a known
to have been (elected for the cabinet I
J-amont, who it is claimed, i hooked
for secretary of tbe navy. From a
moat reliable source come the Informa
tion that National Chairman William F.
Harrity, of Pennsylvania, ha been
telegraphed for, and that he H lo be
tendered the postmaster-generalship.
Eailraad Bbopi at Bfokaaa.
feroKAxi Wash., Jan. 20. The con
tract for he Great Northern abopa In
this city wa let this afternoon. Tte
contract price i fW.OOO, and the eonr
tract provide for the construction ol .
six buildfmcs, whkb will cover an area
of forty acre. By the provision of tlie
agreement, the buildinm are to be com
pleted by Juns 10. Tbe machinery wi.'l
8tart Aga a Cttaaaa.
Caksox, Nev., Jan 24. William M.
Stewart waa today re-elected to the
United Htatra senate by the Nevada
legislature. He wa the silver party
candidate and received the unanimor.
vote. Ex-Congressman Bartine was lb
Btnator Kills f Ttxas. .
Aistis, Tex., Jan. 24. The senate
and bouse balloted separately today for
United State senator. The total vote
of both houses was: Mills 14 j, Nugent
9 and Cuney 1 . The result will be offi
cially declared in joint aewaiun tomorrow.
Ii Going nU to the Cabiatw
FaASKroKT, Ky., Jan. 20. Uoverno -Brown
received the following letter in
today' noon mail from Senator CaiK?e:
"I hereby resign tbe office of senate
from the state of Kentucky in the con
gress of the United States, to take effect .
on the 4lh of February. 1K93."
Biitao Caadidate ia Wjoaiag.
Cuevknm, Jan. 24. Both house s
voted lor senator today. Tlie vote were r
distributed among sixteen candidate..
At Last Take Actiud.
A bill has been introduced at Wash
ington requiring all baking powders con
taining alum and ammonia to be so
labeled. This is a step in tbe right direc
tion, ajid has been long foreshadowed
by tbe action of state legislatures, boards
of health, food commissioners, etc, fn
this matter. The bill affords needed)
protection to the public, for tbe eviJ
dence a to the injurious effects of alma
and ammonia is very heavy; but it will
nevertheless be fought bitterly by the '
manufacturers whom it effects who are
accustomed to sell their goods as "pure
Cream ot Tartar," "absolutely pure,"
The bill is something needed. If
maker uses a drug in his powder, the
name of which he does not want to have
printed on his label, it is prima facie
evidence that there is something wrong.
We hope the subject will be vigorously
prosecuted all over the country, not only
as regards baking powder, but also all
other food adulterations.
This bill muy incidentally benefit Ihe
makers of pure articles, but if it should,
th's is only an additional point in its
The poets sinu, in dainty rhymes,
Of summer days, and sunny climes
Of beauteous maidens, passing lair
With witching eves ami waving hir,
Till, near the end, vou're ail to see
'lis but an "ad"' for P. F. P.;
that is, Pierce's Favorite Prescription,
the infallible and guaranteed lemedy for
all kinds of female weakness, which
cures the ailments of feeble, "run-down"
and debilitated women, and retores
them to yonthfuluess aud "entity once
more. Tiie price of this royal remedy,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, is but
$1 Oil a bottle, and money refunded in
every case if it doesn't give satisfaction,
tee guarantee on bottle-wrapper.
Searcelj a day passes without tbe
the news of some lanxe failure flaahing
over the wires the usual result of spec
ulation in stock or some equally danger
ous venture. The same electric current
carries to dear distant friend the sad tid
ings of death of loved ones too often
the result ot speculation in patent nos
trums. Moore's Kevealed Kemedy is '
no speculation but is sold on positive
guarantee. Do not fail to go to yonr
druggist and ask for your money if not
xatistied. We know you will go and'
buy another bottle. For sale by a'.
r: , r i
For Sal. Four cabinet working
benches at Ballomy & Bueoh't. Will
sell at a bargain. x