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Oregon City Enterpri
VOL. 28. NO. 12.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1891.
Olreiitl court r)uuena Oral Mnmlrr In No
fiiwbvr ami third Moudaf III April. .
rrohal oourl In ulna Stat Monday In ac
Cnmmlaaloniir. noiirt meati Aral Wednesday
altar Aril Monday uf acli mouth.
n n joiinun i). w, mxNiiNu.
INNAIMI A JOHNSON,
t 1 VII- r.N(IINKKKiTANI HI'KVKYOIIS.
Kallway laeatlon ami ooiiitrurtlon, tirldfn..
iiib nml .itluialea U,t water etipply
Uraliiaid ami itreet Iniprommaiit n( towna
Miclal alliilliu .Iron to f.ratialitllix ami Una
1 F. II AY KM,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW,
Oaauon i'itv, Oaxno
Will nrarttr. In all tha rourte of Ilia tut.
OdV. eurutir Main anil U Ik h Hi atreota, opposite J
Oourt noiua 1
"y CAKKY JOIIIUHON.
Corner Kt(hl ami Main itreefa, Oregon (Mir,
ttKAI. KhTATK TOKKI.I. AND '
MONKY TO I.OAS.
J" L. rOKTF.lt,
ATTORNKY AT I.AW
aanatiT or raoraarr rt'Stttanan.
Orflea naat to Oregon City Unk on Sth lltrrl.
O. T. W 1 1.1.1 A MM.
nr. A I. KNTATK and loan aoknt.
A good llnaul bualneu, resilience and luburban
farm Property In tract, tu lull on Saiy lerma.
Correattnndenre promptly answer!. Offlna,
eeii li.x.r to I auflel.l 4 Huulley'i drug itora.
Col'NSKM)K AT LAW
Office over Oregon C'lly Hank.
oaaunM HT. osiuox
TH. J ANNE Y.
I.AWYF.H, NOTARY PIIU.IC A INBIKANCK.
Oflh-e with V. Curry Johnson.
1 D 4 U C LATOt KHni.
ATTORN KY8 AND
COUNHF.MKS AT LAW
i. Mill ITaXKI. OltgdOX CITr, OKKICIK.
furnl'h Atnirana nt Title. Loan Money, f ors
cloaa Mortgaaea, ami Iranaeot otnrral
J J E. CHOS8.
ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
Wux Pmac-tm in Am. cocbts or tm stats
Krai KaUla and Iniurancf.
Office on Main Sir el. bet Hlsih ami Seventh,
ossoos (ITT. on.
M, HAN PH.
KOTARY PUBLIC. HKAL KSTATE A
Office In Iho Hiwl Oinoa) Building,
0eon City, Oregon.
xo. c. a How K KM..
ATTOKNKYS AT LAW,
Will practice In all tho court, nl the atate. Ol
ncit door to Caufleld lliiiill-y i Ut
r. r. whitk.
Wl Vroimr plana. li.vatl..n, workli K o
t III ami apwilnVailom lor all kln.la ol l.uil.l
IiikI B .o.'lal attautloli kIvkii to mortr.i Pot-
f pilB COMMKUCIAL HANK,
OT OHKdON CITY.
TKANIAlTa A OKNKKAI. BANKIKfl III" l M
I.ani made. Itltlat dlnioiintpil. Makei col
Icfltioni. imy.andiolliexphai.Keou allpnlnti
In tho United mtoi, Kurope ami llon Kong.
Ilppoalti repl"pd ml.Jeiit to pliurk Intoreat at
uitial ralei allowed on time depoalla. Hank
p,.,i from a. m. I 4 r. evonin.i
from 6 to 7 r.
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U C. LAiuunivi 1)uNAU)80N, Caahlor
ANK OK OHKdON CITY,
Oldest BanklQE House Id the City.
Paid up Capital, $r0,000.
010, A. IIARIllNO.
I, o CAnriran
CIIAll.M H. CAUrtkl.D.
A .eneralbanklnil bnaliian traniaoted.
Oepoiitu reflPivco uii
Approved M1U and notca dlioountod.
County and city warranta bo.iK t.
Loammvle on available aooiirlty.
Kohaiite boiiKhtaiid old.
Col octlolil macio ,.r.,...,...,.
Drain inldivallaide In any part ol the world
Fraaolico, niiioagoauu r...
f POI NT.
New and Knlargi-d Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work exifiititl in the lxrt tnauncr poHsible. I'roinptncRS guaran
teed on all orders.
REPAIRING - -A. - SPECIALTY.
I'riiMH the lowect to le had in
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
I. ROAKIS & CO., Proprietors.
-ow you Can
Fifty dowi frr twentr-tive centa. The aeMon forj
.1 j a4v,.HlRli8 In- Uwn iw:"Tif worr-fi DO pro-J
parea for in ajiutrgiiixci'i Ket S bottle of " 1
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
The bent in the ninrket. Price 2." cents. For ale
at the CAN BY PHARMACY, Canby.Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
OREGON CITY JOBBING SHOP.
All kinds of
Tinning. Plumbing and General Jobbing
DONE TO ORDER ON SHORT NOTICE.
SEWER AND WATER CONNECTIONS MADE
At tho moat reasonable rates.
y-All work is done with a view
Nliop mu Nerrnlli nmr
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
PltK I S TIIK I.OWKWT.
Shop corni-r Fourth and Water
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE.
DR. L. M. ANDREWS, Prop.
A Full Line of Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
Patent Medicines of all Makes, Notions, Optical Good
. . . i . -! D..t PUaanatr
run w iuvix
Fine Bolection of Perfumery
ing Hrands ot bigars.
VHr.M'Kll'TIOiN CAHM IM.Y 1TI.I.KI.
r.. 1!a- f
MANUFACTUKKR OF ALL KINDS OF
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK OF FLOORING, CEILING, RUSTIC AND FINISI
ING LUMBER, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
f- SpecraJillsut tt Order
Mill and Yard on the River, Foot of Main Street,
ORKGON CITY, OR.
On a coinjlft IioiihmIioM outfit there
linn never hiwn mich iricen offered in
On(on City an now Uotl hy
An iiiHjifution of tlio quality of their
po(i(n will convince you of tho correct
nchH of their clui in. A pocnal low rate
nnule on largo order).
rortlund. Shop on Fourth Street,
When your children need a laxative or stomach
and bowel regulator, buy
to lust and satisfy all concerned.
A. W. SCHWAN.
stroots. hack of Pope A Co's. Oregon City
and Toilet Soaps. And Lead
uregou w.y. i.
BRIDOK OP BONDS.
Th( Administration to iNNue
JIoiiiIh to get CJoId.
JMF.KK MAKESHIFT l'EI(OK.VACE.
Kxrltfd About trBna Another Kall
ro4 Wreck Krmule
Wahiiixoton, Jan. U. Rome ilwiaive
action to ri-li'iijHli the Kold rewrve in
the treasury will m taken within the
next fuw week, it cotiri'HD de not take
kindlr to the I'ltfKiotia ofTured hy
Sccrelnry Carlinle in liii annuiil rfport
ami provide it ofieo Home nicxle of relief.
The only con rae left to the olfkiala of
the treannry dermrttnent will he for thu
aecrelury to eierriae the authority
granted him hy the law of 1H75, and to
home bond for (he purprxie of maintain
ing the gold reaerve. Ttie poaltion
which confront the adminintration is
one which It nun derided to handle witii
l.roniptnrM. Ali the availahle money
now in the treaatirr conriixtR of the ao
ralled "gold rewrve," which haa now
been invaded fJfi.Ooo.OOOf and hy the
drat of (lie month the department be
lieves the total amount will have been
reduced to IfiH.OOil.OOO. Such a aitua
tion, it it UioiikIiI, will again "tart the
movement of gold toward Kuiope, which
would atill further reduce the amount
of gold held by the United Ktatea.
Carliale prefem cungreaa ahould deal
with tliia matter, but if the national
legislature fail within three or four
weeks to ahow any indication that it
intends to aid the aecretary of the
treasury it is known that he will be
forced to avail hiinaelf of the authority
granted him by the act of lH7.r and issue
the bonds necetwary to replenish the
reserve. All statements that orders
have len given the bureau of engrav
ing and printing lo prepare plates, etc.,
are pure fabrications. Absolutely no
action ha been taken, and no plans
decided uKn. This much can he
officialy stated. The attitude of the
New York banks, as expreed in recent
publications, in regard to furnishing
the feeling that the government faotild
issue bonds to pioiect the gold reserve.
It is denied, however, that any agree
ment ever txwted by which the batiks
are to furnish gold.
lAi.ouiitont iUuuc-riic..jserjLor- aaid
Tt)y tlial fx -vreiuij arume muum un
allow the gold reserve to lall below too
000,000, awd, sliould the reserve be re
duced nearly to that point before con
gress lias acted, the secretary would
immediately issue the bonds.
Wild Ei port. About Evani.
Fbkbno, C'al . Jan. 14 It is re(orted
here this morning that Evans and Morel
showed up at Hanford last night, and
were met by the osse, and that a fight
ensued. No one was killed. Later
news states that it was a man alone in a
wagon who was shot at by three men
who were apparently in waiting for him
His team run away, and one of the
horses was found this morning dead with
a bullet hole in him. The fracas oc
curred near Gushen. instead of Han
ford. This afternoon news was received
from Visalia that a fight was going on
in a field near Kelsey between a posse
and two men. Later advices contradict
the statement and say the excitement
was caused by a nian telling such a story
nd inducing men to go out to capture
the outlaws. No substantial news is
obtainable from anywhere, and the
Iwbole thing is probably a fake.
Rt'NNIN'n rtlillT WITH EVANS.
Visaua, Cal.. Jan. 14 -About 3:30
this afternoon word was Bent to the of
Jeers here that the Fresno posse bad
lurrounded two desperadoes in a field
Bear Kelsey station, on the isalia &
Goshen railroad. They were, the report
Mid, keeping up a running finht and in
need of assistance. The sheriff and his
deputies here immediately started for
the scene of the reported fight, and a
few minutes afterward an engine on the
Visalia railroad took out more men.
Infringing on th Bighti of Man.
Ciiicauo, Jan. 10. Female footpads
introduced a new w rinkle in the business
;hist night. As Charles Krohn was pas
sing along Forty-eighth street he was ac
costed by two women, who wore shawls
lover their bends. "What time is it?"
''asked one of them. She instantly cast
her shawl over Krohn's head, w hile the
other sieved him around the neck anil
throw him to the sidewalk. Then,
while one of them held him, the other
went through his pockots, securing $8.50
his w ages for the w eek. Before he could
realize w hat had happened the w omen
Another Frightful Railroad Aeoident.
Nkw York, Jan. 15. An accident oc
curred this morning at Hackensack
bridge, on the Delaware, Lackawanna A
Western road, near Jersey City. Two
naasemrer trains collided w ith fatal re
sults. The collision was between the
Dover and Orange express trains, and
was caused by fog. Two cars telescoped,
1 were killed, and 25 injured. The
Dover express left Rossyille at 8 A. M.,
followed four minutes later by trie reg
alar commutation trsin. Approaching
Haekennaek bridge fhe engineer of the
express slowed up, as the fog prevented
him from seeing the signals. The com
mutation train following did not slow up,
and craxhed into (lie rear of the express,
completely wrecking the lait two cars,
both full of passengers, who were crushed
to death or terribly mangled. The en
gineer of the commutation train is miss
ing, supposed to be among the killed.
A paenger of one of the trains who
reached here says lie counted 15 dead
bodies alongside the wreck, and others
are thought to be dead.
TH3 HAWAIIAS QUESTIOI.
IoFirth.rAtt.aipt Will ha Mad. to EeiVori
Washinotom, Jan. 15. Chairman
McCreary, of the house committee on
foreign affairs, and Representative
Ho'inan, of Indiana, confered this morn
ing as to the proposition which would be
submitted to congress for a solution of
the Hawaiian problem. After the talk
McCreary said :
"The solution to the question will un
doubtedly be ready to submit to ihe
house before January 25."
Holmaa said: "I will not present my
Hawaiian resolution, for the members
of the foreign afleirs committee are act
ing very fairly in trying to solve the
problem. One thing is certain, the
question of restoring Lilluokalani to the
throne is for all time abandoned, not
only in executive but in congressional
circles. It will never ba heard of tgain."
THSlt!AT COMJUTTEB'S INVHSTIOATI iH.
Washington, Jan. 15. The Hawaiian
investigation by the senate committee
on foreign relations made little progress
today. Several new witnesses failed to
appear, Lieutenant-Commander Swine
burn being one of them. Professor W.
D. Alexander, of the Hawaiian legation,
gave some facts additioual to those
already presented by him. Several
alfidavitaof residents of Hawaii bearing
on the revolution and other phases of the
question were filed by Senator Frye.
MESSAOK SENT TO TIIK SKNATC.
Wasiiisotos, Jan. 15. The president's
message conveying the Hawaiian cor
respondence sent to the house Saturday
was delivered to the senate, while in
permitted to interfere with the consider
ation of llornblower'a nomititSt',ft
WOKE OF THE STtTE BOARD.
The Footings of Their Inequuliiatlon
The appropriation made by the last
legislature for ihia meeting of the board
was 4,000 and the expenses at the ad
journment yesterday footed up about
$3,4(0. This is about $100 less than
the actual expense for the session of 1892.
The result in detail of the work of the
board on Ihe different classes of property
is given in the appended table:
City and town Iota .
. . . . s.t ShO
. 4,674 V
. .. 2..SXVKS
. . . jxa.ui'7
.. 4..'WI 4
Kllril lands . ..
Ar(tiilttiral Und ...
Imp. on t'n St city Its
Telegraph lines. ...
Vtaiou road lauds .
8mp lands . ..
Horse, and mules . . .
Cattle . .
Sheep and goata
Furniture, car'fti etc
Imp on ax. aud other lauds l.V:lii
Motiev 8 IOW.473
Notes and accounts 10 40x.xVi
Shares ol stock 1.4ss,4!
eeraonal prop Imp x,si,i.-
K. K. roll .took 605.113
The following shows the grand totals
of all real and personal property as re
turned by the county boards and equal
ized by the slate board of equalization :
Returned Aseq. by
Unn . ,.77.117
Sherman ... l,20tt,74X
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THE WATERS RAGE
Reports from all Sections of the
Pacific Coast. ?
HIGHEST WATER 1.1 YEARS.
From California te Ilrltlxh Colombia
the rains fell and the Tor
' Daytow, Wash., Jan. 14. Consider
able damage is being done to the country
bridges on account of the swollen condi
tion of the streams. The Star bridge
across IheTonchet has been swept away,
and several foot bridge across the Patit
and Touchet in this cily havu been dem
olished. The Washington A Columbia
River railroad bridge across the Touchet
is in danger. The rain is still falling.
The water is at the highest stage reached
in ten years.
JACKSONVILLE BADLY FLOODED.
Jacksonville, Or., Jan. 14 The rain
which began falling Friday increased in
volume last night and continuous una
bated at this time. Jackson creek ha
flooded the norther a part of town, rev
eral dwellings are surrounded and the
stream is still rising No damage is re
ported so far from the mines and reser
voirs above on Jackson creek.
TBAINS DELATED AT ASH LA SI).
Ashland, Or., Jan. 14. A yery heavy
and steady rain the past twenty-four
hours has raised all the streams in
Southern Oregon higher than (or years
past, and several good-sized bridges
within the connty have gone out already,
and more' may follow. A slide in the
Siskiyous, about twelve miles south of
A-hlsnd, this mornint, delsys all trains
on the Shasta division of Ihe Southern
Pacific. The southbound overland ar
riving this morning has been 1 ing. inv
the yards here all day, and the probabili
ties are that the track will not be cleared
for the trains tonight.
SPOSAKE IS FLOODED AND MORE TO COME .
Spokane, Wash., Jan. 14. The recent
rapid melting of snow in the mountains,
caused by the cbinook winds, has caused
a suuuen rise in me streams, auu muca -damage
is likely to follow. Both
branches of the Palouse river art swollen '
by the two davs' rains and melting snow,
and are overflowing the banks at the
junction at Colfax. Reports from op
the river slate that a still fuore heavy
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port of the city re moving from their -houses.
The rivers are roaring lorren s
kiuI - A .; .. a i i--.,..
-. ""fc.ua is yreuicwa.
Hangman crat-k. iliwi rmrm- ..
Spokane, has overflowed its banks and
is still rising. People living on the flats
below town are moving to places of salt ty
TAKING BBIDGES IN WASHINGTON.
Tacoma, Jan. 14. The heavy raiu
storms of Friday night and Saturday
have filled every river between Ihe Cas
cade mountains and the Pacific ocean,
from British Columbia to the California
line, bank full. Several, including the
Chehahs river, are overflowing. The
latter flows through the lowlands near
its uioulh. These are overflowed, and
the ranchers have been compelled to
seek the highlands. Friday night four
bridges were washed awsy on the South
Bend branch of the Northern Pacific.
and 1000 feet of track washed out, which a
large force is repairing. Several wash
outs occurred on the Gray's Harbor
branch. No trouble has occurred on the
main line, on which a lurge sum was
Bpent toprotect it from the winterstormg.
A Dangerous Derelict
SANDiEGo.Cal., Jan. 15. The steamer
Pacheco returned last evening from
lower California ports after an absence
of a week, part of the time being oc
cupied in search for the derelict lighter
of the New Pedrara Onyx Company.
The whole coast from San Carlos south
ward to Geronimo, Natividad and Cedroa
islands was searched, including all the
covers of Vizcaino bay. Not a sign of
the lighters or wreckage was found.
Captain Colburn said tonight, judging
from the currents, he believed the lighter
to be at least 100 miles off the coast. It
is a dangerous object, being 140 feet long
and 30 feet wide, and having winches,
derricks, heavy chains and several tons
of onyx on board. The hydrographic of
fice will be notified of the nature aud
supposed location of the dereUct.
The way she looks troubles the woman
who is delicate, rundown, or overworked.
She's hollow-cheeked, dull-eyed, thin
and pale, and it worries her. Now, the
way to look well is to be well. And the
wav to be well, if you're any such
woman, is to faithfully use Dr. Pierce's -
Favorite Prescription. That is the only
medicine that's guaranteed to build up
woman's strength and to cure woman's
ailments. In every "female complaint,"
irregularity, or weakuess, and in every
exhausted condition of the female sys
tem if it, ever fails to benefit or euro
1 you have your money back.