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Oregon City Enterprise.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1891.
IMmilt nmirt fmi m-tina Aral M"in1 In N,i
Timr mill llilnl Muiiilay In April,
Frolmtemmrt In nnlitl Aral Mumlay In turh
CiiMniilaaliiiiore cmirt tn.-otai flrt Wmluuailar
flnr Oral Hominy nl rat h muiitli.
SHACKAMAH A IIHTKAI T A Tlil'hT CO.
AUtrai'ta nf I'Urlmnui rmiinlr irninrly a aiiiM).
laity. Omul win a, ra.nlialiltt I'liarui'e,
Wrk siiaranlm.il. Diva ua a Irlnl 1)
(.'. Uliiiirli. K. K linnalilami, J. K.
Clark, Mmi tiiia.
iiKlllilNriTT. .... IIUKIIIIM.
II II JIHINWiK II W KIKNAIMI'.
J 'INNAIHD A JOHNSON,
CIVIL KNOINKKIIiTaNIi Ht'KVKYOIIH.
Hallway Iw'hiIoii ami riiii.lriii'tliui, brlilttoa.
iUiiaaml tiatlmatna lur whIit euiily.
Italha ami aired lni'fiinliirlil ol towiie
Mitwlal allmitlnii glvrn tin,iaiiiillli mid bluo
ATTOKNKY AT LAW,
OaaiiuH CitV, OMmm.
Will rrai'llrr In all Ilia nutria f Hit alata.
Offlr. cnriwr Main am rllflilti elrota, iiiualta
J )UH. IIK'KKY A IIK'KKY,
Permanently located in Oregon City at
room (I fharinsn llr-w block. All llio
luteal i t I at (-) to tliuilt'lltul prull'usiotl.
All work giioitranti'ed.
Corner Kllit ami Main elnl, (rr(nn City,
JtKAI. KSTATK TOHKI.L AM)
M INKY TO LOAN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
iiiTa of rmirKTt rrmoaitmi.
XHfin i il to Ori-imi Clly bank on ih ilrrit.
I O. T. WILLIAMS.
'llf.AL KHTATK AND LOAN AOKNT,
A iil llneol btialnraa, rralili'iic and auljiirt.au
Farm rriirty lu trarte to mill on eaajr lirma,
('urriopnndi'iir' pr.iim.ily eiiewrr"l. OrBr.
noil ilnor to Caultclil A llutillry'e ilni( alma.
1 II. DYH,
Col'NSEMJIt AT LAW
' omreuvar Oregon Clljr Hank.
oaiiKiii citr. ' '' V - (lattiOM
1 DA U.C LATOt'llKTIfci
COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIN KTHICKT, UHKdON CITY, OHRIIOM.
Purttlah Abatrarta of Title, Loan Mnnvy. Fo re
el Murlirairra, ami Iranaaot Uaurral
JJ K. CROSS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will Pn-rii a in all Coitb or Tin Stats
Rrl Ketal mid Iniuntnrc.
Omr on Main Sir at, 11. Hlith and Seventh,
uacuoN citv, ok.
3 OTA It Y PUBLIC, REAL KSTATK A
Office III tho I'nat (irrtre lliillilliie;,
(it(.ui City, Orrfon.
OK). C. HaowHKLL.
A. a. unaaaaa.
I KOWNKM. PRKSSKR
ATTOKNKYS AT LAW,
Omu.iH City, Okhiok.
Will practice In all Hip Ciiiirla of th alale. 01
Ai'a, m at ilmif to Cauflcld A lliinlloy't drug
r'vv ytvy 511 'ly "yirH t-lr" m ii '
filK KKI,I.O(l(IHilllM)I.(iK HUFH
I ,.,ililii :U7 MnrrUiili tit. rnrlallil.llr.
I.faanui are not llinllnl. hacli anminr
ran lirluil In a dreaa ami la tart'it to Cut
llaale ami flnlal nipli'lo. raiit'rna oui
to iirilor warranted ( nllliii and tlitlim a
pci'lalty. tlrdi'ra Inr ai'i'iinllim 1'Ultlug
will ri'i'i'lve prniupt allt'iilluu.
II. IC. H YlIC, Hi. Aiient.
F. r, WHITE,
J'ractioal Architects .f- Builder?.
Will propare plana, oluvallinia, worklnit At
i lit, and apeclfli'atlnna fur all klmla o( build
liina Bpoclal atln'illon klven to miHlern mit
taavra. Katlinatna liirnlalied on apiilloatlon
Call on or addrua. WIIITK rlKDH.,
Urenon City, dun
rpilK COMMKUCIAL DANK,
OK OKKllON CITY.
TkANaACTfl A 0RNKRAL BANKING. rHlalNICM.
Ixiaiia made, mill dlacountivl. Makea col
lecMnna. Iluya ami ivlla eichaiiKe on all point
In the United Hlatva, Europe and Hong Kong.
)poalti ruccl"cd tibjcct to chock Interealat
vaual ratca allowed on time depoalta. Hank
open from a. M. to 4 r. at. Haturday eveulugi
from ft to 7 P. M.
O. 0. I.ATOUKKTTK, Proaidcnt.
F K DONAl.IIHON, Caahler
JJANK OF 0KKGCN CITY,
Oldest Ulln House in the City.
Paid up Capital, f.0,000.
010. A, HARDINO.
CHAILII H. CAUrilLO.
A general banking bualneu tramacted.
DepoalU received aubjoot to check.
Approved bllla and notca dlacountcd.
County and city warrant! bought.
Ixiana mtde on available aeourlty.
Kxohange bought and told.
Collection! made promptly.
Drain told avallaDle In any part of the world
Telegraphlo eiohangoi aold on Portland, Sao
Franclaco, flhloaga and New York.
Interest palj on time depoalta.
ub A'euttof THE LONDON .CUEO UK BANK'
AUK NOW UEAHY FOK THK KPRINQ TKADK.
Compare Tlieso Prices With Portland.
CIiiuiiImt MiiitH f8 (X)
J'lirlur Hiiitri 20 (K)
(Ynt(!r tuhltiM, liirxo 1 75
I.ouiiK'ri, raw nl lk .' !)()
ISi'd loiinH, ruw nilk 7 .r)0
('iirjift nitcnt rockiT 3 M)
DivatiH, oak, I 'jrliolwtorJ in
tiiirntry 8 00
Kxli'iiHion tfhlcH, Hix ft 4 f)0
Piiiiiik chairH ('
Kit. li. u tuhlo 1 (X)
Klidiifii cliairu 4"
llaiiiiig lumps 2 r(
CitrprtH, yvryan 20
r till lino of crockery.
Every Thing in Stock
Fresh .Meat! Wholesome Meat! Tender Meat!
Seventh Street Meat Market,
PETZOLD & CALE, Props.
Try our lionio cured lianiH, made from grain fed iiogs. Our lard is of
our own make and ahnulutely pure.
OREGON CITY, OREGON,
New and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in the bent manner poHsible. Promptness guaran
teed on all orders.
lim-p A it? 1 3sr o - .a. - specialt y.
Prices the lowest to bo had in Portland. Shop on Fourth Street,
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon.
. ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
Uow you Can Save Money
When your children need a laxative or stomach
and bowel regulator, buy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
Fifty doses lor twenty-five 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,
Tho best in the market. Prico 25 cents. For sals
at tho CANBY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Stores and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
l'KICI'.N THK I.OVi:MT.
Aysliop corner Fourth and Water streets, back of Tope & Co'g, 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.
I'lti.NCim'i io aiii:h i.i.y iti.m.i.
Shively's Block, Oregon City, Or.
MANUFACTURER OF ALL K1ND8 OF
FIR AND HARDWOOD LUMBER.
FULL STOCK OF FLOORING, CEILING, RUSTIC AND FINISH
ING LUMBER, DIMENSION STUFF AND LATH.
gg Special Bills Cut to Order
Mill and Yard on the River, Foot of Main Street,
0BKG0N CITY, OR.
liuliy folding cril-H $3 U)
I'-imIhIiwIh 1 no
SiirinK woven wiro 2 (X)
.NIitttrcHWH, pxcclHior 2 25
Miittri'Hwr, cxcelHior wool top 2 75
Miittn-HHcr, wikiI 3 00
I'HIowh, turkey down perpiiir 2 00
1'illnwH. goow), puro white... 4 50
Kitchen unfed 3 50
Kitchen cuphoardri,gluHB front 8 00
Kitchen rockem 1 (X)
Cook Htove, No. 7 7 00
Cook BtoveH, No. 8 X 50
irvjioi uienHiiH lor uiwve a w
to Furnish a House.
Striken Wreck Ins Trains and
.V0II.11.IL (o.vdhio.xhix ciiicauo.
Cullfi.rnln Kirlkcr Hefliinl Terrorlz
liiir or. I'tilon .Men Jndife
loo Icy on the Strike.
Ciicaoo, July 17 . The railway Rtrike
' wan not in eviili-nce today except at the
i liimlijiigrli'ia of the American Hallway
I I'll ion . There the committee dci-lurcd
I the Ktrike wan on "red-hot," hut the
j railroadi) allowed, no ainnH of trouble,
j The packing liouKei we re all at work,
I and huaiiu-K wait apparently aHuniin
lit normal condition.
K. V. Delia, George Howard, T. W.
Uotjera and HylyeHter Keliher, the
ollicialb of the American Railway Union,
were committed to jail today by Judi;e
Seaman, in the United Stalea court for
alleged violation of the injtintion inund
by Judge GroHcii. Their bail wan
fixed at f.iOOOeach, but the men refuaed
to K've it. Debt and hi companions
were takeh to jail by Maralial Arnold.
Thin morning DiHtrict Attorney Milchrint
filed an information in court charging,
the officiala of the union with violation
of the injunction, and attked for a writ
of attachment for a contempt. The
petition asked that the defendants be
puninhed for contempt for violating the
order appointing the receivers and for
violating the general Injunction. A
number of acts of violence were alleged,
and aliio interference with trains. A
telegram was produced in court, sent by
Debs July 2 to North Butte, Mont. It
read : General Managers are weakening.
If the Rtrike is not nettled in forty-eight
hours, complete uaialysis will follow,
l'otatoes and ice are out of aight Save
your money and buy a gun."
Deb, Claim oi Monday.
Ciiicaoo, July 16. President Debs
stiil claims to be certain of coming out
ahead in his fight with the railways.
Directors Goodwin and Hogan. o' the
Union, left today to begin the work of
organizing men in the Northwest and
the country west of the Mississippi,
There are now eight organizers out.
Debs said :
Our olicy is to keep these organizers
with the men so that the strikers will
not weaken. We have everything solid
west of the Mississippi. That is our
strong point. I claim that so long as
we have traffic stoped at any point we
have not yet lost the fight."
''But everything seems to be running
on the different roads does it not?
"Oh, well the passenger businees, in
and out, is being trancacted fairly well,
but there are no freights moving at all,
and there is where we have the best of
them. That is where we expect to
cripple the enemy."
At the dcots Mr. Deb's statement
that freight tntfliu is paralysed is not by
any means borne out. Most of the
roads are moving freight trains without
the slightest trouble. When bIiowd a
dispttch stating that Mr. Heathcote,
leader of the Pullman strikers, had
asked him to call off the strike, Debs
denied it flatly.
Train Beinming in California.
San Fkancisco, July 10. The South
ern Pacific Railroad Company, backed
by the combined military forces of the
federal and state governments, continues
to maintain a fairly satisfactory passen
ger service in Northern California. But
notwithstanding this formidable military
array, the railroad officials hare been
unable to retrieve the lost management
of their freight business. The passen
ger service, too. is by no means restored
for trains are still being side-tracked at
night, time as a precautionary measure
against trainwreckers. In Oakland this
morning the strikers formed into several
riotous mobs of 2iH) or 300 men each.
Incoming and outgoing passenger trains
were so strongly guarded that they were
not interferred with, but the fury of the
mobs fell upon such luckless non-union
railroad men as the strikers were able
to waylay going to and from their work.
Several times the troops were called out
to disperse the rioters and rescue non
union men. Soon afternoon freight
train was started from the yards on the
Eminent Jnrlit'i Opinion.
Ann Abhor, Mich., July 17. Thos.
M. Cooloy. one of the most eminent
jur'mts of this country has written Presi
dent Cleveland a letter, endorsing the
course of the administration in relation
to the strike. In the course of his letter
be says: Now that the great strike ir.
which your official intervention became
so necessary, has been clearly shown to
be a failure, I beg to be allowed to ex
press my unqualified satisfaction with
every step you have taken in vindication
of national authority and with the re
storation of law and order which has
been followed or Is now in progress.
The caution and deliberation with which
you hove proceeded are, I think, worthy,
like their accompanying firrnnena, of the
highest praUe, and I am especially grat
iflcd that the great and valuable lesson
in constitutional construction has been
settled lor all time with remarkably lit
tle bloodshed. You and Attorney Gen
eral Gluey, also, have won the gratitude
ol the country, not for this generation
only, but for all time, mid may God
bles you for it.
Harry Kaox la Getrt-
Woodland, Cal., July 10. Strikers
Knox and WorUen appeared in the po
ice court to lay for arraignment on the
charge of murder. They were repru
seiited by ex-Diatrict Attorney K. K.
Gaddis, of this county, while District
Attorney Head, aisited by A. J. Brune r,
of Hacrainenlo, conducted the prosecu
tion. The preliminary examination was
fixed for Wednesday at 1 P. M. Coun
sel for the defenso introduced a com
plaint charging W. E. Mickey, the rail
road detective, with perjury. Ilickcy is
the man who awore to the charge of
murder against the defendants.
Btriktra Uiisg DjamlM.
Missoula, Mont. July 17. The east
bound Northern Pacific train, was
wrecked today at point about two
miles east of here by a dynamite car
tridge concealed on the track. The en
gine had barely struck the spot when a
terrific explosion was heard, the shock
shattering the pilot and the right cylin
der and piston rod. It also broke the
windows of the cab and the mail car.
A trestle 100 feet long three miles west
of here aud one 150 feet long on the
Coeur d'Aleue branch, were burned
More Honorable Bulking Kathodj.
Battle Cheek, Mich., July 10. Num
ber 0, on the Grand Trunk, was wrecked
here at 3 o'clock this morning. The fire
man was killed outright. The wreck
was caused by the removal of fishplates
from the rails on a grade west of this
city. The train was running fast, and
when It struck the misplaced rail the en
gine, tender and baggAge car were
ditched and the day coach and one Pull
man turned across the track.
Fillmaa Strikers Kay Work.
Ciiicaoo, July 16. Vice-President
Wickes, of the Pullman Company, says
the company is w illing to take back its
striking employes. He says the mana
ger at the works has been under in
structions for several weeks to start up
the works as soon as enough men are
ready to go to work to make the running
of all ttie departments possible or about
Striken Had s Cannon
Sacramento, July 17. A loaded can
non which has been in the iossessioa of
strikers was captured by soldiers this
morning, being found in a box-car. It
was taken to the depot.
Ftrikeri Snrning 0ar.
Cincinnati, July 14. Two freight
trains were burned by incendories today.
lie Your Own Master.
Few people appreciate how much
their impressions, their whims and im
pulses, and in fact all their menial en
ergy depends on the harmonious action
of all the vital organs. A poorly digested
dinner may make one quarrel with a
friend. A contested liver may bring
imaginary gloom and trouble into the
sunniest day. A rheumatic pain may
keep you from business or work and en
tirely change some marked out policy.
A few dones of Moore's Revealed Remedy
will give tone to every function and
make you enjoy your friends aud your
Mead Post Attention.
Members of Mead Post G. A. R., and
all old soldiers, are requested to meet at
Grand Army Hall at 9 o'clock a. m.,
July 25th, to attend patriotic day at Will
amette Cbatauqua Assembly at Gladstone
Pars . The Post will take street cars at
Sixth street and Main.
W. II. BUBQHHABUT, P. C.
Hard times Prices.
S. F. Scripture has reduced the price
a horse shoeing to $1.50 per horse until
further notice. All work at bottom
prices- Many years experience ins ure
first class work.
Notice ef Removal.
Mrs. Sladen (nee Miss Watts) is now
doing business in her new building
opposite the old stand on Main street
where she intends keeping the latest and
best assortment of millinery at reason
able prices, Summer goods will be
sold at cost for the next 30 days.
for any trace of Antipyrine, Morphine,
Chloral or any other injurious compound
in Kraisk's Headache Cai'sules. 25
ct s. For sale by Cbarman & Co's.
If you want an attractive sign see
Davis the painter. Portland prices.
Shop back of Popa & Co.'s hardware
Democrats can not Ai?ree on the
WILL KITOUT SO AGREEMENT.
Fire In Mun FraiiclHcn l Uili Admitted
to Statehood Congress En
dorses (If reland.
Washington, July 16. The demo
cratic members of the tariff conference
committee adjourned earlier than usual
today, and the situation at the time of
adjournment, from the best information, -wa
that the conferres were far from an
agreement, ami that within a short time
a disagreement will be reported to the
senate and bonne. The question which
has been agitating the members seema
to be just what kind of a report to make,
bot an impression seems to be prevalent
that it would be of a general disagree
ment, with, perhaps some of the main
points specified. It bad not been de
cided to call in the republican members
of the conference when avljournmont waa
taken, but it is possible a full conference
may meet tomorrow or next day. It
was evident from what could be learned
that the meeting showed a tendency to
get further apart than before, and the
discussion of the main question showct
there will have to be instructions front
the respective houses before the conter
rees will feel warranted in yielding the
positions they have taken from the first.
When the conference adjourned, one
of the conferrees summed np the situa
tion as follows :
"We have accomplished nothing to
day. We have not advanced an inch,
and, after being together all day, we are
exactly where we were last Saturday."
Washington, July 18. The tar iff con
ferrees decided after a 15 minutes' ses
sion this afternoon to report a disagree-'
merit on the entire bilt. The program
for handling the disagreement when it is
reported to the bouse tomorrow was also
substantially agreed on. Wilson will
make a verbal report as soon as the
house convenes. Catching, from the
committe on rules, will present a special
rule allowing two hours for debate, at
the end of which time a vote will tie
taken on again sending the bill to con
ference. It is expected there will be no
objection to the rule. Wihon and Reed
will each control one hour. Wilson in
formed Senator Jones this afternoon
that tbe house would instruct its con
ferrees to insist on the house tariff bill
and that it wonld be sent back in two
j hours after the report thereon was made
to the house tomorrow. It is believed
the bill will be in conference again bj
The Forty-Fifth But.
Washington, July 6. The final touch
to the act for tbe admission of Utah, so
far as congress is concerned, was ap- -plied
by the vice-president today whea
be announced that he bad signed the
act. It was immediately afterwards
sent to the president for approval.
Wants a Federal Offioe.
Washington, July 16. Jas. Thome,
of Clackamas, who is here trying to be
appointed surveyor general, had along;
conference with Senator Vilas, of Wis
consin, and is trying to secure his influ
ence with the president.
Baae Hall in Portland.
Portland, July 14, Fifteen thous
and people saw Stanford uni
versity baseball team defeat the
Multnomah Athletic club today by a
score of six to five. The game, while
exciting throughout, was full of error.
Congreia Indoreet Cleveland.
Washington. July 16. The house to
day adopted strong resolutions approving
the president's course in the strike. The
minority was not strong enough to get.
an aye and no vote.
Small Fire la Ban Franoiioo.
San Francisco, July 14. Twenty
small dwellings and two human lives
were destroyed in a fire that broke out
on North Beach shortly after noon today.
Of all things the average housekeeper
is particular about, it is the quality of
bread for her table. Good home mad
bread is not equaled by the ordinary
bakery and to meet this requirement,
Mr. J. Egle of the Shively bakery
has put on the market his celebrated -home
made bread. This bread is uiade
from the same kind of flour that is ground
for export and none of the processes are
used in its manufacture that, while giv
ing the bread a fine appearance, ruin its
quality. The utmost cleanliness is ob
served in all departments and the pa
trons of tbe bakery are invited to in
spect it at any time, that they may sea
for themselves how their bread is pre
pared and bandied.
Receipt, note and order books at thejr