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VOL.28. NO. -10.
OltEGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, SKl'TKMIJEIl U, 1891
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ATTOUNKV AT LAW
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COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIN STHKKT, OHKUON CITY, OHKUON.
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ATTOUSKYS AT LAW,
Orioom city. ..... Omoon.
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r.r. WHITE. W. A. WHITE.
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111. anil ilflimiliitia lnr all kind, ol Imllil
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t.(o. K.llinalra luriil.Uril on jl Ivnllun
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Oregon Clly, Ogn
rpilK COMMKUCIAL DANK,
OP OHKUON CITY
THIT1 A DKHgKAL HAMIINO (PIINIill.
Loan mailo. Illlla discounted. Makra col
lection.. Hnyi and toll, axrhanga on all poind
In the t'lilted Hlatm, Kumpo mid Hong Kong.
Ili'poalt. roToI'dd .uhjiirl to rhork Inlorpat at
uiual ralra allowed on time dr.po.lta. Hank
open Irnin A. M. to i r. M. Hatnnlay crenlngi
from S to 7 r. M.
0. C. I.ATOl'KKTTK, I'rimiilcnl.
P K liuNALimON. Ca.hler
J JANK OF OHKUCN CITY,
Oldest Banklss Hens. la tbe Cllr.
I'ald up Capital, tTiO.OOO.
OHO. A. HARntNO,
i. a CAnriiui.
CHA1I.R H. CAVrtXLD.
A general banking bualncat trau.acted.
Depo.lt. roreUed aubjeot to olieck.
Approred bill, mid note, dlacountcd.
Oountj iud city warrant! bought.
Loan. mul. on available aeourlly.
Exchange bought and .old.
Collection! made promptly.
Draft! lold Avallaule In any part ol the world
Telegraphic exchange, lold on Portland, Ban
Franolaflo, Chicago aud New York.
Intere.t pal J on time depo.lt..
tub Arentinf TIIK LONDON CHEQUE BANK.
lm$kf and Exjpb,
Freight and parcola doliverod
to all parts of the city.
RATES - REASONABLE.
F COMPANY, FIRST REGIMENT, O. N, 0.
Armory, Third and Main. Kugiilar drill night,
Monday. Ki'snlar biialneaa meeting!, flr.t
Monday of eaou month.
J.W. Oanong, - - - . Captain
F.8 Kolly, - - Flr.t LleuU.nanl
L, L, Ftokonl, - - Second Lieutenant
BIIomy 9 Btel?, Hi..seiurnisi.crN
ARE NOW READY FOR TIIK FI'IUNG TRADE.
Go.np.iro These Prices With Portland.
CliiiinW suits H (X)
PurlorHtiiU 20 )0
Center tallies, lurg;ii ... 1 75
Lounges, raw hi Ik Ji 5)0
Red 1imiiik'h, raw Mil k 7 W)
Carpet patent rocker 3 .r)0
Divans, oak, Uiholntord in
taiwHlry 8 00
Exk'nsiim li'liti-H, nix ft 4 f0
J)iniu chair "
Kitchen tnl.le 1 00
Kitehen chui rs ,. 45
Hanging lumps 2 50
Carpels, yer yard 20
Full lino of crockery.
Every Thing in Stock
Fresh Meat! Wholesome Meat! Tender Meat!
Seventh Street Meat Market,
PETZOLD & CALE, Props.
Try our home cured haniH, made from grain fed hogo. Our lard is of
our own make and almoluldy pure.
OREGON CITY, OREGON.
New and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in the heht manner pooHible. Promptnong guaran
teed on all order8.
Prieeg the loweat to be had in Portland. Shop on Fourth Street,
' near Main, Oregon City, Oregon. ' "
r. ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
14 ow you Can Save Money
When your children need a laxative or utoinach
and bowel regulator, buy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
Fifty dones tor twenty-hvo 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 the market. Price 25 cents. For sale
at tho CANBY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up Storos and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed.
PIIH'IIN TIIK I.OWT.MT.
AWShop corner Fourth and Water streets, buck of Pope & 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, Bet and Cheapest.
Fine selection of Perfumery and Toilet Soaps. And Lead
ing Brands of Cigars.
iMtr.Mriiii'Tio.N Aki:fi;i.i.y iii.i,f.i.
Shively'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.
sssSpeclal Bills Cut to Orders
Mill and Yard on the River, Foot of Main Street,
OREGON CITY, OR. v
P.aliy folding crilH 13 .r0
Redsteadrl 1 oO
Soring woven wire ; 2 00
MattreMHeM, excolnior 2 25
MitttreHwr, excelsior wool top 2 75
MattreMHr, wool .1 00
1'iDowH, turkey down per pair 2 00
1'illown, gooHo, puro while.., 4 50
Kitchen safes 3 50
Kikhen cupboards, glass front 8 00
Kitchen rockero. 1 00
Cook ntove, No. 7 7 00
Cook stoves, No. 8 8 50
Hetof utensils for alwvo 5 00
to Furnish a House.
VICTORY IN MAINE.
LargrHt JInjorlly In the Hislorj
of Hie Turly.
THE NKaTEA HKITIILICA5 IMIT.
Out of One llnnrlrrd and Hrty-Onr In
the House Hi 0i)imll lou Han
Ai'or.TA, Me., 8it, 10. It Iibh been
a go'xl Jay (or reiulilicn, and a corro
nKiii(lingly bad one for dfio'xrali', but
the renult win not altotCHtlir uriforwen.
To the rain and KMieml a.iathy indue
the Unlit vote, and though the democrat
admit dofcut, they do not ahow a symp
tom of dlnrouracemunt. A heavy rain
1'iit a niHim uKin the tclt-f ruph ami
'cli!ilii)iie wire tlii vetiinr, but the
returns have leen received from 100
cities and town and indicate that the
stale has re-elected Governor Cleveg, re
publican, over Charles J. Johnson,
iJemocrat, by a majority which m ill ex
ceed 27,000, the Urgent in the history of
the party. Tho letiublican have carried
every cotinly in trie utate, and at 11
o'clock it was predicted that the legisla
ture will have a working republx'n
majority of 125, which inaures tbe re
election Of Senator Fry. Thoma II.
Reed is re-elected to congress by a
plurality estimated at 10,000. Nelson
Pingloy, Fetli L. Milliken and II. Iiou
lelic are also re-elected to jongrees by
Oiajorities ranging from 0000 to 0000.
The returns so fur received show the re
publican majority to be 27,315, and the
the plurality 2S.235. Tbe following is
tbe analysii ot the vote of the town
heard from :
Republican vote 42,76 33,302
Kemocratic vote 19,380 19,311
The genute is a republican unit and
the house glands as follows:
Ai'ucsTA, Sept. 10. Chairman Man
ley sent the following telegram to Gov
ernor Cleves tonight :
"The republican party came into
power in Maine in 1856 hv giving Hanni
bal Hamlin 25,000 majority. Twice in
the hiatory of the party since that day it
bat given its candidate majority ex
rvtding 20,000. Jn 184J-5 it gave Samuel
Cony 23,700 majority over his democratic
competitor, and In 1801 it gave General
Chamferlin a majority of 27,000 over his
democratic opponent. Today it has
given you a majority exceeding 37,000
over Mr. Johnson, your democratic op
ponent, being the largest majority ever
given. We have carried every county
in the state, and will have at leaatl27
of the 151 members of the house of rep
resentatives, which insures the re-election
of tbe Hon . William I'. Frye to the
United States senate, he having no com
petitor. We have elected the Hon.
Ihomas B. Reed, the Hon. Nelson Ding
ley, the Hon. Seth L. Milliken and the
Hon. C. A. Boutelle to congress by ma
jorities running from 8000 to 9500. The
total rote will reach 111,000. Your vote
will exceed 72,000. The people of Maine
have thus in a most emphatic manner
entered their protest against the deadly
blight of a policy that would destroy the
industrial system built up in this coun
try by tbe policy of protection."
The National Encampment.
Pittsiu ro, Sept. 11. Forty thouxand
men, who fought to save the Union,
marched through the cities of Pittsburg
and Allegheney today. Old familiar
war tunes tilled the air. While they
stopped out boldly and bravely, the
veterans could not straighten their bent
forms, nor conceal their gray hairs and
furrowed cheeks. They carried no
heavy rifles with glittering bayonets,
but aided their aged limbs with walking-
canes while here and there in the line of
blue came a comrade on crutches. On
every corner and vacant lot rose tier
after tier of human faces, and as the
veterans passed, cheer after cheer
greeted them. At 10:30 the parade
started from the historic Monongahela
house, on the banks of the river. Tbe
second batallion naval reserve, National
Guard ot Pennsylvania acted as a guard j
of honor to Commander-in-Chief Adams,
then followed departments of the G.
It was stated by men who attended
many previous encampments that while
individually the' displays may have
been excellent in other cities, they bad
never seen decorations on such a gener
ous and general scale. This Is probably
the last time the veterans will turn out
in such form, as it is seriously contem
plated by the G. A. R. officials, in view
of the advancing age and intirmatives of
the members, to abandon this most at
tractive feature of the national encamp
ment. Governor Tattison with his stall'
and notable men and women from all
parts of the country, occupied the review
ing stand at Allegheney park, and sa
luted each divisions.
Every available Inch along the route
was prcked, every siile street being
Juirirned full of people for 100 yards back,
and house tops for blocks; away were
bidden by manse of enthuniaHtic upecta
tors. A rough estimate is that between
500,000 and 000,000 people saw the
parade. Of this number, 300,000 to
350,0J0 came over the railroads, 100,000
arriving this morning. Tbe weather
At three o'clock the end of the column
passed the Associated Press office, the
parade having been four honrs pausing
down Sixth avenue, The Kentucky
delegation in recognition of his courteay
to them, have made a handnornely
designed gold mounted gavel which they
presented to Gen. Adams in behalf of
the delegation. The gavel is one piece
and was cut from a large tree on the
Lincoln homestead in Larue county,
Kentucky. Engraved upon a plute of
gold affixed upon the face of the gavel
is a portrait of Lincoln. Upon thi
other side Is a fac simile of a badge of
the G. A. R. The handle is aleo
covered with beautiful designs in gold.
Bar Pint Legislator, to U EleeUd B.xt
Victoria, B. C., Sept 8. Honolulu
advices, under date of September 1, by
tbe steamer War ri moo, state: The
president and cabinet have ordered the
election of the legislature to take place
October 29. Registration is actively in
progreKS. In some districts the natives
have registered in large numbers, but in
a majority of dixtricts not more than
10 per cent of the na'ive voters hav
come forward. They are waiting to
know whether tbe queen is to be re
stored. Two months remain for regis
tering. Tbe government will use all
poexihle means to make tbe natives
understand that the queen can have no
hope for help from Washington. Not
withstanding President Cleveland's rec
ognition of the republic of Hawaii, the
dixreputable native papers continue to
aKsare the people that the queen will
certainly be restored. Her commission
ers returned from Washington August
30. They are very reticent, but permit
the idea to go forth that they will soon
make known the fact that their mission
has proved that there is no hope of her
restoration to the throne. The British
warship Hyacinth remains in port, and
is tbe only One here.'' iVeeident Dote
has returned from bis outing on Molokai.
Cklncta Meat Serena.
London, Sent. 10. A rihanghni dis
patch says tbe Chinese transport Chean
while proceeding to Formosa whith 1400
troops was wrecked at Chetang. Tbe
soldiers and crew were saved. Chinese
officials attempted to board a French
maii steamer at tbe whart at Shanghai
to search for Japanese passengers, but
the captain threatened to call a French
warship and they desisted.
Three powerful China warships have
gone to the Gulf of Pe-Chi-Li, to join the
Northern squadron .
Another Shanghi dispatch says the Chi
nese forces in the northern part of Corea
were are hemmed in by Japanese and
compelled to kill their horses for food.
The Japanese have discharged all the
foreigners employed at tbe dock yards,
it is said to conceal the damage to tbe
ships in the recent engagements with
China. A large force of Japanese are
about to embark at Hiroshima for tbe
seat of war.
Ho War Hewi to bo Had.
Yokoiioma, Sept. 11. The mikado
and several of his ministers will go
Thursday night to Hirshama, the em
barking place of the Japanese troops
sent to Corea. Tbe headquarters of the
mikado will be transferred to Hirshama
alter that date. Authentic news of the
war cannot be obtained. The native
press is subject to vigorous censorship
and reporters of foreign newspapers are
not allowed to approach the seat of war.
It is almost imponaible to transmit pri
vate advices in regard to warlike opera
tions, as the telegraph lines and mail
routes are controlled by the government.
THE AMERICAN VKS8KL8.
Washington, Sept. 11. Dispatches
have been received at the navy depart
ment from the Asiatic squadron an
nouncing the movement of vessels sent
to the regions of the Chinese-Japanese
war. The Petrol arrived at Yokohama
from Bebring sea. The Concord will
arrive at Yokohama on the 4th inst.,
having sailed from Chemulpo, Corea.
The Monacacy has arrived at Tien Tain.
LI Hung Chang la Dangar.
London, Sept 11. Li Hung Chang is
reported to be in danger of losing his
power through intrigue and discontent
in Peking at bis conduct of the war.
Who ire to Teach In the arlous Dis
tricts of Clackamas County.
Tbe Enterprise is under obligations
to Supt. Gibson for the following list of
schools with the names of teachers who
are to conduct the schools for the fall
and winter term. The list docs not
embrace all the district In the county
and there may be some mistakes in the
list of teachers as the. superintendent is
not notified when a school is supplied
with a teacher:
Nol,T. J. Gary and Ida Starkweather;
No 2, Frank Bnrk; No. 3, Neal Stupp
and Hade Chaae ; No 4, Robert Ointher;
No. li, William Hnrdt; No. , M. L.
Moore; No. 8, Matilda Reed; No. 9,
Alex Thomson; No. 11, Belle Hibhard;
No. 12, E. F. Surface; No. 13, Birdie
Galentine; No. 14, Minnie Walker; No.
15, John Imel; No. lo, 8. L. Frazier;
No. 17, Daiey Dawvers;No. 18, Kate
Cto; No. 19, Hattie Sweet; No. 20, W.
Hankins ; No. 22, A. P.. Hibhard ; No. 23
J. II. Hadley; No. 24, R. Hjrirreaves;
No. 25, Victor Dickey ; No. 20, Gertrude
Forbes; No. 27, E. M. Ward; No. 28,
.Sidna Hill ; No. 29, H. T. Evans ; No. 31,
Katie Feathers, No. 33, Agnes Mc
Arthur; No. 34. II. G. Starkweather,
Olive Luelling and Miss Jacobs; No. 35,
H. A. Hovis ; No. 38, W. Brodie ; No 40,
Milo Lantz and Missljuitz; No. 41. Bert
Beattie; No. 42, Effie Young; No. 43,
Ednette Chase: No. 45, Hattie Sweet;
No. 46. Mrs. Mary Bosch; No. 47. W.
Jones, Norma Fox and Mary Bickner;
No. 48, J. W. Gray, principal, Mies
Ella Currin and Miss Eddy; No. 49,
Emma Starchier, principal; No. 50,
Lester Geer; No. 51, E. C. Hackett; No.
53, Ada Hughes; No. fit, Bertha Sum
ner; No. 55, Chas. Crittenden: No. 56,
D. Boyles; No. 57, Maggie Stout ; No. 58,
Tennie Mayfield ; No. 59, Frank Burk;
No. 61, M. Moran; No. C2, Barclay
school, 8. W. Holmes, principal, Jas. A.
Freeman, vice principal, May Kelly, lat
grade, Hattie Cochrane, 2d grade, Nellie
Younger, 3d grade, Mrs. Glass, 4th
grade, Hattie Monroe, 5th grade, Gert
rude Finley, 6th grade, Mr. Jones, 7th
grade. Eastham schoool, W. II. Powell
princpial, Mollie Hankins, 1st grade,
Ora Spangler, 2d and 3d, grade Ana
Baird, 4th and 5th grades, Erma Law
rence 6th grade. No. 64, Mrs. A. H.
Wells and Mary Talbert; No. 66, Anna
Young; No. 67 Minnie Joehnke; No. 68,
Mary Young; No. 69, L. Thomas; No.
70, Theresa Orr; No. 71, T.J. Allen; No.
72, W. W. Austin; No. 73, Nettie Olds;
No. 75, Helen T.ylor; No. 78, Elvira
Lee; Mo. 79, Rbema McDonald ; No. 80,
D.T.May; No. 81 Geo. McArthurjNo.
83. J. Welch ; No. 85, Grace Moran ; No.
8, Jennie Rowen r Xa. 03, I. h. Cole
man ; No. 94, Maggie Hampton ; No. 95,
Bert Henderson; No. 96, Minnie
Joehnke; No. 99, Chas. Frankhouser.
No. 6, Chas. Elrey ; No. 30. Belle Jones
No. 70. Alice McCoy.
Deafness Can aet be Cared.
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure Deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets
inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect bearing, and when it is entirely
closed Deafness is the result, and unless
tbe inflammation can be taken out and
this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever; nine cases out of ten are caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh.
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. R. CHENEY, & Co., Toledo, O.
IxSold by Druggist, 75c.
Ladies, do you know Dr. Mary II.
Stanton's Femaline, the Famous Female
Specific, will cure all those aches and
pains peculiar to you, and will coat you
only $1 for one month's treatment? I will
send any lady a trial box; free, who will
send me the names and addresses of ten
ladies who are in delicate health. Agents
wanted everywhere. Write for full par
ticulaVs to Mrs. L. M. Little, manager
wholesale western depot, Uoulton, Ore
gon. Home-made bread is recognized as
the very best at all times and the cus
tomers of J. Egle the Shively building
baker assert that they can not tell the
difference between his bread and that
made at home unless it be that bis is
Ubt a little the better. But don't tell
your wife that.
Good reliable agents wanted to sell
Gladstone property. 2s cents fare to
Oregon City. Liberal commission paid.
Best selling property on the market.
Call on or write to H. E. Cross, presi
dent Gladstone Real Estate Association.
Sixteen head of sheep marked with
black Bpot on top of rump. Lost be
tween Barlow and Oregon City. The.
finder will be suitably rewarded.
, lm W. W. Ibwin.
Hard times Prices.
S. F. Scripture has reduced the price
of horse shoeing to $1.50 per horse until
further notice. AH work at bottom
prices. Many years experience insures
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Awarded Gold Madal Igldwiatar Fair, Sao Francisco.