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3GON City Enterprise.
VOL.23. NO.. 17.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1891.
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tflitr tlr.l almnUy of melt iiiiiiitti,
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(i r. HAYES,
V AT LAW,
Bilomy 9 Bujel?, Ho,.scSi.ers
AUK NOW KAIV FOR T1IIC SPRING TRADE.
Company These Prices Willi Portland.
1'iirlor HiiitH '2d
Center tulili'H, larj.'n
Lounges, raw hi I k
I'imI lounges, raw nil k . . . .
t'arjH-t jmti'iit rocker. . . .
PivuiiM, oak, I'jilioiHWd
M ill nrartlra In all tlii murta nf ilia atale
Ortli'V. r.irurr Main ami Hl(htli aireoia, iall
cmiri mm. a
Extension tehles, nix ft.
1 1 fi 1 1 4 i 1 1 f4 lump
Full lino of crockery.
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. 7 ")0
. 8 ()0
. 4 m
. 1 00
. 2 nu
P.uhy h.Mingerihs if.'J .10
I'-edHteiuIri 1 .V)
SitriiiK woven wire 2 00
MullrcMWrJ, excelsior 2 21
Muttn.HHer, excelsior wool top 2 71
Matt reiser, wool .'1 00
rillowH, turkey down per pnir 2 00
PiliowH, noose, pure w hite. . . .10
Kitchen HafcH 3 .10
Illinois and California UKiickh
MAItTlAI. LAW HAH DECMKKI),
Outlook IlrlRlilfiiluif In the East
Klluutltin ('rlllcal In California
Train" Moving Again.
broke out litre at 1 o'clock this morning.
The train bringing home the militia
companies from the encampment at
Olympia was assailed by a mob which
threw miika. and stone. T!ie train
dashed through tbe nvA, ran into some
ditched cam, buttering the engine and
derailed the biggng car. Aliout the
same time the long tressle about a mile
east of tho town wan fired. Ffteen
di'pntiea wuntout on an engine and ex
tin(uinhi'd the flamefi after conaiderahle
damaKC had Ix-en done. Kiill anotlier
mob piiHlifd a car loaded with kerowne
J)UH. 1IICKKY A Illl'KKY,
I'tTiiiii in iiMy liN-atnd in 1rV" City at
riMiniK ll ('liariiiuii llron blin k. All tho
Intent iiiuni'e t tluldelilal rolleaion.
All work itnoarantis'd.
yr CAKK Y JUIINHON.
ItKAI. KHTATK TOUKM. AM)
MoNKY TO LOAN.
A'miltNKY AT I.AW
AnAi-ra of raoraaTY rvaxiainn.
Offlr nit lo Ori-imi City tiattk on Hill alrrrl.
O. T. HII.UA MH
'llKAl. KHTATK AND U)AN AOKNT.
A (nol Una ol liiialnraa, rralilriira ami aubiirliau
Farm I'mprny In Irai ta lo mil on ry irrmt.
rnrrinnitinra itrnniptly anawiri1. Offlf1.
turn itiHir lo ( auflrbl A lliiiillcy'a lrii( t"to.
Hvcry Thing in Stock to Furnish a House.
Fresh Meat! Wholesome Meat! Tender Meat!
Han Fkaniisco, July 9 The twelfth
day of tbe K'ut ittrike on the Southern j "P0" culvert a mile went of town and
l'acific clowa with not a wlnel turiiinif 1 "rt'd it. The car and culvert were corn
in Northern California. At Sacramento. ; p'etely dentroyeil. Thus the train could
Kitclien ctiphoar(H,glahH front 8 ()0j Oakland, Pan J one and (his ioint tbe ! "'ither advanee or return, 'lbe train
ammlion U iinchuiiKeil. The Southern IB u" "' up ai ."prague.
raeiflc manager are utterly hel,leij MrtTT LairTrocUlmed.
and apar to ba rnakinK no effort to Wamiii.hotox.JuIv 9. -The preHi.lent
reenme traffic. Tonight there la an tonight inmed a proclamation command
added excitement, however, canned by , jog ,i rson who offered obstruction
the new that the Unites Stale marines to the operaliona of railroads and the
from Mare inland and regular troop I carrving of maila in tbe tate of North
have bc-en ordere.I to Oakland j Dakota, Montana. Idaho, Washington,
to begin tbe fight that the Southern Wyoming, Colombo and California and
lacino managers have no long been the territories of Utah and
waiting lor the government to make.
Kitchen rocker 1 00
Cixnk ntove, No. 7 7 00
Cook HtovcH, No. 8 8 .10
Set of utcnuilH for ahove 5 00
Seventh Street Meat Market,
PETZOLD & CALE, Props.
Try our homo cured luunn, nuido from grain fed hogs. Our lard is of
our own inako and abaolukly pure.
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
CoUNSKl.OU AT LAW
Offlr ovar (lrp(oa City Hank,
oaauux riTT, oaioon
U. l.C LATUl'HKTIIl,
COUNSKLOHS AT LAW
MAIM kTHKICT, OIIKdON ( ITT, OMKOON.
Fiinilah Allrarla of Tula, lmn Motiry, For
oluaa Mirtniira. anil Iran.acl Orurral
J K. fitoaa,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
Will I'iuitii in All coi ara of th 8tt
Krai btata anil Iniurnnra.
Omra on Main Htr el. IhL Hlith auJ Hevrntb,
naauoN ilTT. n.
M. KAN fm,
NOTAKY riTltLlC. KEAL FSTATK A
omi'o In Dm I'oat orlloa ilulliUng,
0'fiimi City, ori'tmi.
QREGON CITY IRON WORKS,
The leaders of the strikers in Oakland
ay there will lie no organized reniatanee
of troop, but they openly declare that
the strikers have resolved to conduct a
to digperbe and retire peaceably to their
repe;tive abodes on or before 4 o'clock
I on the tenth day ot July. Illnois had
previously been declared under martial
New and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in the beet manner oiible. Promptness guaran-
trod on all orders.
REPAIRING - - SPECIALTY.
Priori the lowest to be had in Portland. Shop on Fourth Street,
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
r. ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
Ota. c. aauwNKi.u A. a Umcioik.
J JK0WNKI.I, A DHKHHKH
ATTOHNKYS AT LAW,
0iiok ClTV, Oaanoa.
Will practice In all the poiirla nf th alate. 01
(lc, lu ll iloor lo Oautlalil A llunlley'i drug
CMIIK KKI.I.Olid HI IIOOI.OK HKKSS
f I 'iiIIIiik..H47 MiirrlaniiHI. I'orlHinl.lir.
ILPaaniia art noi iimitcu. r.acn acnoiar
can lirlnii III a ilrvaa ami l taenlit to Cut
ll iatfl ami Klnlah riuniilite. I'alli'rua out
lo onlxr wnrrnnli'il ( ullliiu ami flttliiii a
aiirclnliy. onlcra for acconllou I'laltlng
will rocclvo irninpt atti'iiltoii.
II. IC. IIYIUC.ll.il. Auonl.
r. r. whitk.
Practical drchiterfs if- Builders-
Will prnpar plana, elnvallnua, worklnK 1 1
t lla, ami npop.lflcatlnna for all kluila of uuild
llina HpcclKl allontloll Rlveu lo mmleru cot
Utnoa. Katlmau-a liirillihcd on application
Oreiion City, 0n
Call on or aililroaa
rpilB COMMKKCIAL HANK,
OF OKKOON CITY.
TIUNBAITa A UKNIKAL SANKIN0 BtmlNlaa.
Loana mailo. Illlla illanountcil. Makea col
loctlima. Iluya and ii'lla exchanRC on all pulnta
In the I'nltcd Statca, Europe ami Hour Kong.
Dopoalta recol"cd itilijcct to chock Intercut at
iiaual ratci allowed on time dopoalta. Bank
open from A. a. to 4 r. M. Saturday evonlnga
from 6 to 7 T. M.
0. C. LATOURETTE, Proaulont.
F K IK)NAI.PSON, Caahlor
Uow you Can Save Money
When your children need a laxative or stomach
and bowel regulator, buv
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE,
Fifty doses Jor twenty-live cents. The season for
colds and coughs is upon us. In order to be pre
pared for an emergency, get a bottle of
Baby's Pectoral Syrup,
The best in tho market. Price 25 cents. For sale
at tho CAN BY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
J. JONES & SON,
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
iki i:n tiii: i.owi:nt.
JTJJadhop comer Fourth and Water streets, back of Pope A Co', Oregon City
JANK OF ORE0CN CITY,
Oldest Banking Hease in the Cllr.
Paid up Capital, WOO.
QUO. A. HARIMNO.
CHA1I.I) H. CAUF1KLD.
A general banking bualneai transacted.
Dopoalta rocolved aulijoot to check.
Approved lillla and nntea discounted.
Count: and city warrants bought.
Loans mvle on avatlablo security.
Exchange bought and sold.
Collections made promptly.
Drafts sold avallaule In any part ot the world
Telegraphic exchanges sold on Fortland, Sao
Fraaclaco, Chicago and New York.
Interest pal J on time deposits.
gub Arentaof THE. LONDON .CHEQUE BANK.
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 rcrfuniery and Toilet Soaps. And Lead
ing Brands of Cigars.
imu:ntih'tm4 aiii.i'i i.i.y rii.i.r.ik.
Shivoly's Block, Oregon City, Or.
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK OF FLOORING, CEILING, RUSTIC AND FINISH
ING LUMBER, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
Special Bills Cut to Order
Mill and Yard on the River, Foot of Main Street,
OREGON CITY, OR.
Aboat till Dalajrei Kails.
Portland July 10. The steamer
Truckee, Waring eifcrbt pouches
of Eantern and California letter
mail, arrived at Astoria yeaterday morn
ing and at 11 :30 proceeded on her way
to Portland. Sbe tears several day's
accumulation of mail, tint tbe dates
cannot b announced until it is opened.
Tbe mail will I diHtriouted this morning.
Tbe steamer Columbia, which left
San Kranrisco Sunday morning with
another lot of mail, ia due here t.iis
The steamer Wslla Walla, from San
Francisco to Seattle, arrived at tbat
point yesterday afternoon. She bore
paper mail for Portland and Oregon
points, wbich was brought to this eity
on Northern Pacific passenger No. 6,
arriving here at 11 o'clock last night,
neatly six hours late. Tbe same train
brought six pouches of registered mail
from San Francisco, one from St. Paul,
two from Chicago and one from New
Chief Clerk Collier, of the railway
mail service, yesterday received a dia
patach that the first full lot of Eastern
mail over the Great Northern was at
Kallispel, and was due to arrive at
Seattle at 11 o'clock last v'mH. It con
sists of one car of mails. If there are no
hitches, Oregon's share of this mail will
arrive in l'ortland tonight, over the
Northern Pacific. Mr. Collier has also
been advised that Ihe regular Great
Northern is destined for California
points and will be sent down by steamer
Though mails are now arriving from the
East there is piled up at various points
much Eastern mail for Portland and tbe
Northwest that will not be received until
all trains are running again. It is likely
tbat in future during the strike Califor"
nia mails will arrive at and leave this
point on an average of every 2,lg days.
Both the Sound and Portland steamers
for San Francisco will carry mail.
niTTKR FKFI.1NO AT ASHLAND.
Passengers from Ashland report that!
the feeling amongst the strikers there is
very bitter, and that they are likely at
anytime to make a formidable force.
Nothing but the presence of deputies
last Friday enabled the railroad authori
ties to start the delayed overland from
that point, and it is declared to be the
avowed intention o' the strikers to "cut
the air" or remove brake rods or in
other ways disable a train if they can
possibly do it and escape arrest. Five
deputies are still at Ashland, and so far
have prevented any overt act. A
deputy violently shoved a striker off a
train the other night and a riot was
narrowly averted. The strikers are
bitter against a particular fireman on
one of the overland trains, and when
ever he appears they surround mm or
follow him, and yell and jeer and bowl
The railroad authorities make it
difficult for the strikers to uncouple a
Pullman, without interfering with the
mail by pulling the train out of Ashland
backwards, that is, by switching the
locomotive to the rear and attaching to
the Pullman, leaving the mail car in tbe
rear. The proper switching ia done at a
station ten miles this side of Ashland.
The Ashland strikers are said to feel
especially offended at the non-activity of
the Portland men, and to denounce
them with the most approbrious epithets.
They think the local striking trainmen
have shuwn conspicous lack of nerve.
JuBt give them half a chance, they say,
and they will show the railroad company
that as strikers, they are able to make
luights of Labor Called Out.
Chicaoo, July 10. The Knights of
Labor throughout the country, number
ing nearly 1,000,000, have been called
upon to strike for the cause of organized
labor. General Master Workman
Sovereign issued an order late this even
ing to all the members of the organiza
tion to cease work until tbe conflict
originating in a strike of tbe Pullman
employes shall have been settled.
Illiaoia Kilitla All at Work.
Si-RistiKiKLO, 111., July 9 Upon the
request of Mayor Hopkins, of Chicago.
Guv. Al'gpld thi afternoon ordered out
all the remaining regiments of the
militia in the stale, ordering Gen. Bakley
commanding the Second brigade to
proceed at once to Chicago with all his
brigade, excepting five companies on
duty at interior points.
As the English View it
London, July 10. The Globe this
afternoon savs: "Tbe democratic gov.
eminent that exists in the United States
is now on trial. It has already been
proved wanting in our eyes. The strik
ers are neither more or less than armed
rebels, who have plenty of sympathy
from the people and among the soldiers
from the Atlantic to tbe Pacific,"
Fresdergut'i End Approaching.
Chicaoo, July 10. Judge Bailey of the
Illinois supreme court announced today
that he would refuse to issue a supersedeas
in the Prendergast case. This apparently
makes certain the hanging of Prender
gast on Friday July 13th. About tbe
only hope for Prendergast is Interference
by Gov. Altgeld
Tha Tariff Trust Coaferanoe.
Wasiiisgton, July 9. The first day
of the conference of the democrotic con
ferees of the two houses on tbe tariff bill
was without practical result or progress
so far as can be learned.
Seba asd Haward Arrested.
Chicaoo, July, 10. President Debs
and Vice-President Howard of the A. R.
U have been arrested under indictment
of the federated grand jury.
Rioting Orer In Washington
Sfraque, Wash., July 9. Rioting
All communications, rolls of honor,
and monthly school reports, should be
sent to Mrs. H. S. Gibson, Oregon City.
School closed at Macksburg district
No. 10, July 2 with Miss Berta Gribble,
On July Cth Chas. Rutherford closed n
three-months' term of school at Viola.
Viola has a new school building which
speaks well for the citizens of the dis
trict. The directors of the new district, No.
101 near Chirks rented a building and
had a two-months' term of school taught
by J. L. Gard. School closed tbe 22d
Belle Jones closed a four-months term
of school at Sherwood, district No. 30,
on June 2!)th.
J. A. Jennings closed school in dis
trict No. 76, Marquaro, June 29.
Phema McDonald closed school in
district No. 79 near Aurora, June 29.
Helen Taylor closed school at Spring
water, district No. 24, June 29.
School closed at Canby June 22, Miss
Eliza Stevens and Mrs. Bates, teachers.
On June 2Sth, Miss Annie Hicin
bothem closed school at Damascus, dis
trict No. 77 .
June 2 2d school closed at Greshara,
district No. 83, Olla E. Emily, teacher.
Miss Fannie Torter who has been for
six years a successful teacher in the Ore
gon City schools, has been elected to a
position in the Mt. Talor school.
Report of district No. 14, Viola, for
the third month ending July 6th, 1894.
Those who have been present every day
without being tardy are: Samuel Ger
b :r, Louis Gerber, John Mattoon, Jane
Jubb, Mary Hamilton, Lizzie Zurcher,
Urania I-acroy, Ruth Lacroy and Emily
Jubb. Names of visitors Mis. Win.
Rutherford. Mrs. Robert Rutherford,
Mrs. A. Graham, Mrs. J. D. Ley, Hl
stone Ley, Misses Minnie Walker, Ten
nie Mavfield, Zuri Mayfield, Edna Mat.
toon, Janette Hamilton, Agnus Hamil
ton, Myra Lacroy and Martha Lacroy;
Messrs. John Hamilton, ('has. Hayden,
and James Rutherford ; Mesdames J.
Gerber, J, II Kevier, J. Hamilton, J.
Hayden, D. Zurcher, W. H. Mattoon,
W. Ward, and J. Ilea'er. Average
daily attendance for the whole term 34.
Chas. RcTHEhfORD, Teacher.
Sandy, District No 4rt The names of
those who have been neither tardy nor
absent are Mamie Kopper, Mary and
Arlie Mitchell and Elijah Coalman.
Those who have not been absent are
Emma, Sophie and Paul Gantenbien,
Carrie and Edith Lyons, August and
Annie Stucky. Number enrolled thirty
four; average attendance twenty-eight.
Visitors during the month were: Misa
Lizzie Gantenbien, Wu. Piielps, Her
bert Bosch and Mrs. Devenue.
Mas. Bosch, Teacher.
Clarkes. District No. 32 Following
are the names of pupils who were neither
absent nor tardy during tbe term, which
closed June 22; Hattie Rinuo, Frank
Ringo, and Henry Klelnsmith. Those
who were neither absent nor tardy dur
ing the last month of school are Henry
Kleinsmith, Essie Gard, Edna Gard,
Cora Ringo. Hattie Ringo, Frank Ringo,
Roy Grace, Eddie Bottermiller, Arthur
Bottermiller and David Bottermiller.
Tcnnii Mayfield. Teacher.
Following ia the report of district No.
47, Stafford, for the month ending June
29: Average number belonging 35;
average daily attendance 32 ; number of
.'davs taught 19; number of days at
tended (J03 : Number of days absence, 62 ;
number of cases of tardiness, 4. Roll
of honor Blanche Phillips, Julia Baker,
Christena Schatx, Don Gage, Agnes
eweelr and Jennie Reichle. The names
ot those visiting the school during the
month are, Miss Martha Sauer, Miss
Emma Fiobose, Chairman of Board P.
A. Baker, Miss Winnie Moses, Miss
Agnes Gage, Miss Lizzie Scha'z, Mi-s
Wied, Geo. Biehle, Mrs. Widdle, Minnie
Baker, Paul and Hermaa Rtichle,
School closed with appropriate exercises.
V. E. Rowton, Teacher.
Following is the report for the second
month ending June 8 for Viola, district
No. 14. Those pupils attending every
day without being tardy are Samuel and
Louis Gerber, Frank Closner, George
Rogers, Joel Lacroy, Urban Lacroy,
Bert Mattoon, Mary Hamilton, Cora
Ward, Lizzie Zurcher, Louise and Ruth
Lacroy. Average daily attendance was
3t. The visitors were W. H. Mattoon,
O. S.Phelps, Dr. Wm. Wallens. Miss
Edna Mattoon, Mrs. Thos. Jubb, Mrs.
A. Stormer, Mrs. J. Gerber, Mr. and
Mrs. Graham, Jas. Hayden, Mrs. Wm.
Rutherford, and Mrs, Robert Ruther
ford. Parents are cordially invited to
visit the school. Chas. Rutherfobd,
Report of school district No. 77,
Clackamas county, Oregon, for the term
ending June 26. Tbe following named
pupils were on the roll of honor for the
term Ellen Grim, Pearl Hilleary and
Pearl Johnson. The average enrollment
for the term was 3S54'; average daily at
tendance 334 ; number of days attend
ance 1992; cases of tardiness 10. For
the month the following mimed pupils
were on the roll of honor: A mold
Schmidt, Francis Johnson, Ellen Grim,
Pearl Hilleary, Pearlie Johnson, Gracie
Deardorff, Jennie Deardoff, Henry Dear
dorff, and Clyde Deardorff. Average
daily attendance 31g. Number of cases
of tardiness 4 ; time lost 85 minutes.
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