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VOL.28. NO. 21
OKKGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY. Al'RIL 13, 1894.
CO I HITS.
fllrniill court flniiania flral Mmulay In
veiutwr mill Hi In) MiiieUy In April,
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Cmiiill"iiira court trn-on n rat Wwluvailajr
liar ant Niiielay of oai'li nmiilli,
LACK AMAH AIIHTItAOT A TIll'ST CO.
uraela nf ('larkamaa (uniulir tiroimrlr ai).
lanr. iiihhi won, rnaaunanin I'liariira,
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U. Latmiri'lio. f, K limialilaou, J. V.
Clark, I'lroi lnra.
iaUllN CITY, .... OHKHliN.
M M JOIIMUiN I) w RINNAIHM.
JlNNAIIll) k JOHNSON,
Hallway Inralli'ii ml diiiatrui'tliiii, lirMgna,
lauaatil ( I in t . lor tualnr aupily,
lialnao ami trt lniiriimiiinl ol tnwni.
Kpwlal allvrillim glvm uiArmiilillii) am) liluo
I T. IIAYKH.
' ATTOI.NKY AT LAW,
OkruiiN City, OaauiiN.
Will prarlli'r III all tha (wmrta ol Hi alatn.
Oftlnc. rnruvr Main anil Highlit alroala, uppualla
QREGON CITY IRON WORKS,
New urnl Krilu.rwl Shop with all apiliuiicen for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in tho liest initntier jNHnill). PromptnfiHH guaran
teed ori ull orders.
Prices Hid lowi-Ht to bo lmd in Portland. Shop on Fourth .Street,
near Muin, Oregon Oily, Oregon.
r. ROAKIS & CO., Proprietors.
Sixteen Firemen lVrlnh In
(JKX. VYAI.LAf El OKIttXT IIIHTOKV
Nulimtn Mh I it ir Jfow (u Foil Illmt-I).
(junta Escape from the Portugese
A CLEAN SWEEP
y t'AIIKY JOIINHON,
Coru.r Kijlil ami
UK A I
Main atri-cta, Orron (Mir,
KHTATK TONKI.I, AM)
MoN'KY TO LOAN,
J U POHTKR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
aanati-ra nr rannarY rt'sxiamn.
Africa nait lo Orvann Ml r hank nn Sill itrrel.
0. T. WILLIAMS.
URAL KHTATK AND LOAN AOKNT.
A food llirtol biialnraa, mlilrim and anburbau
Farm Property In tra, I. m mil on naay lerma.
i:nrr..iiinli-iii- imininlly anawerwt. Oltlr..
neat clmir to I'auArlil A llunlltiya Unit, alofe.
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ATTORN KY AND
fi)UNSKU)R AT LAW
OSlra over Orif oo City Hank,
caaiion itYY, oaoo
-ow you Can Save Money
lien your children need a laxative or stomach
mid bowel regulator, buy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
r my doses tor twenty-hve cents. Tho season for
colds and coughs ih upon uh, I n order to be pre
pared for itti emergency, get a tattle of
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
The bent in the market. Price 2o cents. For pale
nt tho CAN BY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
Da 1.C UTOfltmR,
ATTORN KYH AND
COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIM ITRKKT, OH It (ION CITY, OHK00N.
rurnlah Atiatraota nt TUI.. Load Moaejr, For
cluM Morltacna, ami trauaaol Oauarai
J J R, CKOHH,
ATTORN KY AT LAW.
Wiu. rArrtri in au, Cofara or tii 8tati
Rral KaMUi and Iiuuranr.
Olflc on Main Mir et, bet. HUth ami Heventh.
natunN city. or.
U, K A N nn,
KOTAilY I'UDLIC, REAL KSTATK A
Oregon City Enterprise
$1.50 Pen Year.
Offlrt In tho Piat Offlr Bullillnj,
0ion City, onion.
o. 0. mrowmll. A. tmaaaKK.
HOW NK IX A DKKHHKK
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will prartlr. In all Ih. pmirti of Ih atala. 01
!, uvil diHir to C'aiiflolil A lluiillrjr a drtif
rpilK KKI.I,(HI(I Hi llool, OK liHKHH ClITT-
IM1 Ml Mnrrlaon 81.. Cortland, or
apprlHlty. tirilora for aoooriltini IMallliig
will i.iH'tva prompt attcniion.
,in am lint llnillpil. Kaph apholar f 1
rlim In a ilrpaa ami la tai'tlit In t ut. f 1
) ami KlnUli romplplp. I'atli'rna fliit I J
ilnr warranipil t ultlm and flttlii a I 1
B. E HYDE, Cen. Agent.
Tho Cheapest and Best Paper in
OREGON CITY JOBBING SHOP.
All kinds of'
Tinning,. Plumbing and General Jobbing
DONE TO OKDUR OX SHOUT NOTICE.
SEWER AND WATER CONNECTIONS MADE
At tho most rcanonable rates.
Milwackkk, April 9. The PavidKon
I tlicuUT, the flni-at in Milwaukee, and
one oi the liHiiilaomeHt ami coatlinnt
huililinga in the country, wan dentroved
by (Ire, which broke out between 4 and
5 o'clock I hiii iiioniini. Vuluithle
Hennery carried by the Lilliputians,
worth f:'(,00), in all Rone. The theater
roof, on w hich a wore or more flrctiipn
st(xl, went down and the men were
carried with It. Home were rescued
front Ihe flamea by their comrades, who
ricked their lives to carry out the forms
of the dead and injured. Heven or
eight were soon brought out, and tiiOHe
able lo speuk said there muat be ten
mote in the ruim. The burning roof
bad fullen on them, and they were
roaated to death if not killed in plunging
fiont the rooL Several men working
in tho theater were caught by falling
timbers and other portions of the roof,
making the rescue of the imprisoned!
men impossible. The police report
10 lives lost. The property loss is
'iOO,(X)0. Aseintant Chief Devere was
on the roof at the time of the crash, but
escaped without injury. John Gee
went down with the roof, and was
pinned down with bricks, but slipped
out of hia clothing and escaped, though
badly bruised and burned.
Vnlliift Imr Ih a riurtiul l!u( (I.a I
buried under the ruins, all firemen:
(Jeoriie Junsst-n, Asi8lant Chief Anguttt
Juiifwn, Archie Campbell, Thomas
Moigan, James Freeman, O'Xiel Crow
ley. Rescued and taken to the Emer
gency hospital: Lieutenant Curran.
probably fatally; Fred Martbe, foot
crushed; F'red Schroeder, John Gee,
badly burned, back hurt; Captain Line-
han, probably fatally. At the morgue:
Olhe Reis, fell from a ladder.
The guexts of the Davidton hotel were
panic stricken ; none were injured. Loss
to the Lilliputian company, f 60,000; to
the theater, about 1400,000.
More Hepnbllcan Victories
SEVT YORK AIUF.KfcY ELECTIONS
DetMMf-rat Entirely Swamped In Local
Itfrs Where They Hare Ruled For
Maid that Minister Fares hud gone to the
roadstead to consult with the naval cap
tains concerning the excape of Admiral
da (Jama and bis fellow olllcers. The
opinion is general that the captains per
mitted the insorgent officers to escape.
In order to end the disciiHaion over de
livering them to President J'eixoto. Ad
miral do Gama's period of quarantine
will end in ten days.
For Opes Bmies. of 8nat.
Washington, April 7. This senate
considered the Chine treaty indirectly
for two hours in executive session this
evening. A motion was made by
Mitchell of Oregon to debate the treaty
in open seenion, but without accomp
lishini; anything. There was more or
leiw incidental reference to the merits j hen 'es'ed by a tremendoiia majority
of the treaty as such, but the debate; in ,aTor"' t,,e pore election party, com
turned upon the propriety of discussing j l"'1 of republicans and independent
the nufstion with open doors, so the 'micrata. The battle of the day was
world at laiue miuht know what had between the organisation here, ltd by
tranKpired, and the senators favorable D-C Merrick, a supporter of Cleveland,
to the proposition consumed the greater I on ,De ',le W. Kooney, its can-
Ai.bant, X. Y., April 10. Oneofthw
'iniettst municipal elections ever held in
this city was followed by almoat pande
monium on the streets when the returns)
showed that the democratic ticket had
part of the time of the session .
Mitchell, who in an advocate of open
sessions on all occasions, spoke very
much in the same strain, but elaborated
on the propriety of considering the
tieaty in open session. lie said that
the injunction of secrecy had been re
moved from the text of the treaty and
there was no good reason why the sub
sequent action of the senate should not
be conducted so that everybody could
know what as done. The Chinese
question, he added, was a very live
question in the part of the country he
and the rest of the Pacific coast senators
came from, and he believed the best
interests of all would be conserved by
discussing this question in the broad
light of day where the public could have
access to all that was said for and against
EE CORRECTED BISTORT
What Qenaral Lew Wallaoa Bald Upon 8hi
T. f. WHITE.
Vractioal Architects $ fiuildera.
Will propar. plana, vlvvalloiia, working ile
t III, ami apiMillWtlnna or all klnita ol Iniilil
Inxi Sppelal atlsntlon irlv.n In mixlprn cot
taaKa. Katlmatea (tiruiah.il on application
Call on or aililruaa WHITE P. HUB.,
Orciton City, Out)
rjTMIK CONMKKC1AL 11ANK,
OF OKKOON CITY.
4'apltal, ... i(io,000
THANHACTS A OKNKRAI. IUNKINO lll'NI NKM.
Loana mails. II 1 1 1 dlaununtoil. Make col
tcotiona. Itnjra anit aolla eichanuo on all pnlnta
in th. t'lillod Htatpa, Kuro anil llona Koiir.
Iiopnilta rppvt'-rd intijoct to clinck . Intoroat at
tiaual ratra allowod nu tlmo ilppoalta. Hank
opon Irom t A. M. to 4 p. M. Batnnlay eventnua
from 6 to 7 r. M.
D, C. LATOURKTTB, Pri-aiilont.
K K DONAUIMON, Caahlor
JJANK OP OHKUCN CITY,
Oldest fiankln Bens. Id tbe Cltr
Paid up Capita), .W,000.
oio. a. a rhino.
I. O CAVSIKLD.
CHASI.II H. CAUrtlLD.
A lenoral lianklng bualnaaa traniaoted.
Depoalta recnlveil lulijoot to check.
Approved lillla and notca dlacouuted.
County and oily warrants bought.
Loana mvle on available leourlty,
Exohaut. bouitht and aold.
Collectloni made promptly.
Drain told avallaole In any part of the world
Telot raphlo exchangea aold on Portland, San
Fraaolaoo, flhlcago and New York.
tnterait pal J on time dopoalta.
SubAranli ol THE LONDON CHEQUE BANK
faTAll work i ilono with a view to last and satisfy all concerned.
A. W. SCHWAN.
Nhop H Sievrntli Hi., lirar Ikepot, reON City.
J. J.ONES & SON,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cahinet Work, Fitting up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
Iltl I.N TUB I.OVi:WT.
8hop corner Fourth and Water streets, back of Pope A Co's, Oregon City
SEVENTH STREET DRUG STORE.
DR. L. M. ANDREWS, Prop.
A Full Line of Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
Patent Medicines of all Makes, Notions, Optical Goods
Full Stock Of Machine Oils, Best and Cheapest.
Fine selection of Perfumery and Toilet Soaps. And Lead
ing Brands of Cigars.
lltl.fS KUTIO.AM 4 Alti:ri I.I.Y I'IMJIU.
Shivoly's Block, - - - Oregon City, Or.
UANUFACTUKEK OF ALL KINDS OF
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK OF FLOORING, CEILING, RUSTIC AND FINISH
ING LUMBER, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
ssrsspeclal Bills Cut to Orders
Mill and Yard on the River, Foot of Main Street,
OUKUON CITY, OR.
Pittsburg Landino, Tenn., April 9.
At the reunion of blue and gray on the
battlefield of Shiloh yestorJay, General
Lew Wallace corrected some alleged
mistakes in history. He said:
"Iwaiheld responsible for years for
the calamity which overtook the federal
troops the flrat day of the fight, and be
fore I received my orders. It was
said that I was a lageard, and mnrched
only six miles that day ; that I was going
away from and not toward the enemy. 1
came here nut to make a speech, but to
correct hidtory. In going over the line
of my march April 6, in company with
the survevor of your county, I find bv
actual chain measurement, that instead
of six miles my division had marched IS
miles and a little over. I find that in
stead of marching anav every step wus
toward the eoutid of guns. Every man
who has been in an army knows that
fourteen miles is an averatte day's
marcn of infuntry. I man-bed eighteen
miles that day and did it under the most
unfavoralle circumstances, through Owl
creek bottom, with the mud up to the
axles of the gun carriages. I have been
going over and marking the line of fight
of the second day. I began the fight
in the morning and ended it three
fourths of a mile beyond the point oc
cupied by Sherman In the beginning."
Da (lama Enoapei.
Bcknos Atkks, April 0. Admiral
de Garna made his escape from the Por
tuguese warship MinJelloat 2:15 p.m.
yesterday and arrived at the Buenos
Ayres quarantine station last evening.
Admiral de Gauia, with a number of his
olllcers, was confined on board the Min
dullo awaiting the arrival of the steamer
Angola, which sailed from Lisbon April
4 to convey him and his followers to
Portugal, the remainder of his stair,
being similarly held on board the Al
fonso de Albuquerque. Sunday after
noon a tug, towing a lighter loaded with
provisions for the Portuguese warships,
ateamed alongside the Mindello, and the
lighter was made fast to the warship,
preparatory to unloading. While the
provisions were being taken on board
the warship, Pa Gama and thirty-two
of his soldiers wont oa board the
tug, cut the lines, and steamed
away. No resistance was offered by the
tug, which fact suggests a pre-arranged
plan for the escape of the Insurgent ad
miral and his men. At the Portuguese
legation late this afternoon, it was
denied that the two Portuguese men-of-war
had Bailed for Montevideo this
morning. The officials in the office
Mrs. Maggie Stout is teaching the
the school at George. Patrons report
Miss E. Jewell is teaching at Collon.
E. M. Ward began teaching the Fagle
Creek school April 2nd.
vitk Dickey was in town last Satur.
day and reported the school iu district
No. 10, Molalla, progressing nicely.
Mry Young, of Milwaukee, began
teaching a three-months' term of school
No. 78, Currineville, April 2nd.
'Every person has two educations
one which he receives from others, and
one, more important, which be gives
"Better than gold is a thinking mind,
That in realms of thought and books
A treasure surpassing Peruvian ore
And live with thegreat and good of yore.
''It is not enough to have a sound
mind; the principal thing is to makes
good use of it."
"The price of retaining what we know
is always to seek to know more. We
preserve our learning and mental powers
only by increasing them. School News.
"Accuse not Nature, she hath done her
Do thou but thine. Milton.
"Life is a leaf of paper white,
Whereon each one of us may write,
His word or two, and then comes night;
Greatly begin ! Though thou .hast time,
But for a line, be that sublime !
Not failure, butlowaim, is crime.
"Our gteatest glory consists, not in
never, falling, but in rising every time
"Knowledge'is the hill which few tray
hope to climb; duty is the path that all
may tread. School New s.
"Rare beneyolence, the minister of God."
"The aim of education should be
tatlier hard to teach us how to think,
than what to think."
"He who can at allltinies sacrifice
pleasure 'to duty approaches sublimity.
"What men want is talent, it is pur
pose; in other words, not the power to
achieve, but the will to labor." Lytton.
"Knowledge is best that comes by
hard effort, and it is best because of the
"The teacher helps his pupils most,
Who most helps them to help themselves.
Arranged by Mrs. H. S.Gibson.
Mid-Winter Fair excursion tickets,
Oregoa City to San Francisco and return,
via Southern Pacific Co's Shasta Route,
will be placed on sale January 23rd.
Rate $27.50, including five admissions
to the fair. Tickets good for thirty days
from date of sale.
didate for mayor, and the honest elec
tion party, composed of republicans and
Hill democrats, supporting a combina
tion ticket composed of members of both
parties. The result to niht is that the
party that has controlled the city for
fifteen years mut leave the ofTirvs. The
orginization party last fall gave a majority
for the democratic nominee for secretary
of state of C.Tilt, while tonight, it gave
more than that majority on the other
side. Orin E. Wilson, republican, in
elected mayor by more than 3424
majority. The two aldermen at large
are republicans and honest-election party
men. In the council tltere are five re
publicans, five honest election men, five
organized democrats, besides tbe two
aldermen above mentioned. On tha
board of supervisors (city only,) honest-
; election party eleven; organization demo
crats six. The board of supervisors is
undoubtedly republican, as the county
is to be heard from, and is osoally re
publican. Lot'KFORT, N. Y., April 10. Republi
cans elected their mayor and five out of
six aldermen today, This is the first
time in twenty-eight rears that the town
has gone so strongly republican.
RtW JIUSSY FOLLOW CD SCIT.
Jerpst City, April 10. This city went
republican by 3217 today. Tbe new
council will stand republicans nine,
In the charter election at Trenton the
democrats succeeded in electing but one
councilman. Their candidate forcoun-cilman-at-large
was beaten by over 2000
votss. Tbe next council will Btand, re
publicans fifteen, democrats eight.
At Patterson tbe republicans elected
three alderman and the democrats two.
An independent republican and an imle-
dependent democrat was also chosen .
At Passaic the republicans elected
their ticket in three of four wards of the
city. Tho city is usually republican.
Republicans swept Orange and elected
every man on tbe ticket. The normal
j democratic majority in the city is 600.
this is the first time in twenty years the
republicans have controlled a!) the
branches of the city government.
Elizabeth republicans elected their
mayor by 200 majority. The democrats
carried to wards and the republicans
fonr for alderman.
From returns received from Newark at
one o'clock, the republican candidate for
mayor carried the city by 500 majority.
The election at New Brunswick gave
the republicans one alderman gain.
At Camden the republicans elected
everything. Not a man who appeared
on 'he democratic ticket appears on the
list of those elected .
At Verona the democrats elected their
ticket by a big majority.
Farm for Sale.
A farm of 50 acres on Pudding river
2 miles east of Woodburn, part cash,
balance on time to suit purchaser or will
trade for cily property. Apply to John
Dkapkb, Cbarman Bldg. or Sidney
Blank note, receipt and order books
at the Enterpkiss office.
How for tha Balmon
Astoria, Aptil 9. The sails of several
hundred fishing boats, which were in the
harbor this afternoon, announced the
opening of the canning season. All
probability of differences between can
ners and fishermen, as to the price of
salmon, are practically settled. It was
rumored today that a strike was emiui
cent on account of objections on the
part of packers to meet the fishermen's
demand of 5-cents per pound, tbe rumor
having grown out of the fact that two or
three canners fovored making a stand
for a 4-cent rate ; but the matter was
settled by a decision on the part of a
majority of the cannervmen to pay the
price demanded. On account of the
theory that the run of salmon is ex
ceptionally good every fourth year, the
fishermen started out with bright hopes
for good catches, but whether their antic
ipations will be realized is of course a
matter of speculation. The warm
weather during tbe latter part of March
and up to the present time has also been
instrumental in strengthening the be
lief that salmon will be plentiful, and it
is generally expected that for the first
few days at least the average catch per
boat will be batter than usual.
Lost, A moss agate pin. Finder
leave it at Huntley's bookstore and re