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VOL.29. NO. 19.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1895.
Olroull nntrt (loiivunot 11 mt Mmiclif In No-vemi-or
aniMlilnl Monday In April,
I'riitiat imirt In eeaaliiti Aral Momlny In "h
OnMinlwIoiiura court mMile 8ft Waitlieartaj
, tdur flrat Mruiilay til fm'h mmilli.
f KO 1..ST0KY,
ATTOUNEY AT LAW.
I'talr opMil( Court IIoiiik.
Tills ei a in I nut ami ah.lracia mada. Money
l.nanrd, MirlKra Inrri'linci ami a
(enura! law tmiilnciia.
M O'KHI.I,. J. I. IIKIMIKR, R. Mr, TllimrMiN.
QNKII.i lll'IKIKH THOMPSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Oregon t'liy Hank lliillillnt;, Or"t' Clly, ami
A 0 1'. W. 'I ample, Portland.
Do Unneral lw final una. Ixian Miury, I'rga
J T HI.A I'K.N,
NOTARY VVM.li: and toNVK YAKCKK.
Ufa I a.iata hamlliM. Intiiranro wrlllrn In
lha llarifnril, nl llarlfnril, I'ala'lna. Nurlti
ll.lll.l, J, U.,n.,illl. Il.nilinpw .if llp..m.n
Omca with II. K. Cr, Orr(n Cltv, Orison
LACK AM AH AIIHTKACT A TKl'HT CO.
Ati.iracta ol Clarkamaa cntiuly properly a apro
laity. OikxI wnra, rraMHialilo rlnrura.
Work iiiareiitcnl. (ilva il atrial I)
C lliiiinMle. K. K ponalcleon, J. P.
I lark, PlrwUire.
oaauoM city, - - , - - osawo.
M N JOHNaoN tt W KIKNatRD.
TISMAIItl) A JOHNSON,
CIVIL KNOINKKKH ANli Hl'KVEYOKH.
Kali war laoallim ati't mm.lriiellmi, brlilgca,
plana ami aallmataa lr walr eiipnly.
Drainage) an J ilrwl Itnprovamatit ut tuwna,
Special ailciilluu ilven to arauhtlnf and bill
ri ntl u( .
Coruar Elfht and Main tlrvtta, Oregon City,
REAL KHTATK TOSKLL AND
MOSEY TO LOAN.
ATTORN KY AT LAW
AaiaoTi or rmrTY rvaxiamD.
Ilea nail to Oregon City bank on tn attest.
V O. T. WII.I.1AMH,
KEAL KHTATK AND IX) AN AOKNT,
' A food Una ol bualnraa, reelilrnct and etlburban
farm Properly In Iracta to ault on aay terma.
Crfwtpannc promptly anawerad. Office,
Beit door to Caiiflelil A tluulley'i drug etora.
Q D.A 1.C. LATOVKKTTE,
; ATTORNEYS AND
! COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIM THKICT, OMKOON 1'ITY, OKXOON.
furnlah A Intrant a ol Title. Loan Money, f
oloee) Murtiaana. ami tranaaot Oauerai i
rtiaana. ami trai
J J E. CKOHH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Wll.1. rKACTIL'l IK AI L COVKTf Of Tll BTAT1.
Keal Katatc and Insurance,
' Offlca on Main Hlr et bet Blilb and Seventh,
oriooh city, on.
Q II. DYE,
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ofllce over Oregon City Dank,
...... ... - u . nltnnN
uhviuh ni, - v.-
.!. c. wtowNau,. a. a. primkh.
'3K0WNE1.Ii A DREH8KR
"rf ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
O Icon City, Oreoom.
i;9ll praotlre In all theooiirla of the atato. 01
()(' jiifit door to Caufleld A Huntley'a drug
W. A. WHITE
l'rhctioal JrchlUds tf- .Builders.
Wt4 propare plana, elevatlona, worklnu de
t.lla,nd apoiMlloatloiia (ornllkluda ol bmld
tnxa Spet'lal attontlon ulven to modern cot
tame'a, Katlmatea (urulaliod on appllvatlon
Call on oraddraaa WHITE llKOH.,
Oreiton City, Oitn
rpiIE COMMERCIAL BANK,
OK ORKOON CITY,
THANNACTH k OKNRHAL BAN KINO BPNINEMB.
Loana made. Kill n dltonunted. Makes col
lection", lluyn and aolla exclialiRfl on all polnta
In the United Status, Europe and Hong Kong.
DepoalU rocol-cd anhloct to cherk Intoroat at
uaual ratea allowed on time dopoalta. Bank
open from t A. u. to 4 r. u. Saturday evenliitta
from ft to 7 p. M.
D. C. LATOITKKTTE, Proaident.
F E DONALDSON, Caahler
pANK OF OREGON CITY,
eldest Banking Hsise m the City.
Paid up Capital, IMI.OOO.
- : TIIOR. CHARUAM
GKO. A. HARniNO.
. a CAvniLD.
CHARLEB H. CAUriKLD.
A feuoral banking bualneai tranaaoted.
Depoalta received aubject to check.
Approved bllla and notea dlioounted.
Count and city warrants bought.
Loana made on available leotirlty.
Exchange bought and aold.
Collection! made promptly.
Drain aold ivallacile In any part of the world
Telegraphio exohangea aold on Portland, Ban
Franolaoo, Chicago and New York.
tutereat palJ on time dopoalta.
Sub Areutaof THE LONDON CHEQUE BANK.
In a prescription are of as much value in
sickness an skilled medical attendance.
7th. St. Drug Store.
Makes a specialty of carrying a stock of
pure drugs and all prescriptions are
Dr. L. M. Andrews.
Now and Enlarged Shop with all appliances for
MACHINE WORK & CASTING.
All work executed in the best manner possible. Promptness guaran
teed on all orders.
REPAIRING - SPECIALTY.
Prices the lowest to be had in Portland. Shop on Fourth Street,
near Main, Oregon City, Oregon. ,
1. ROAKE & CO., Proprietors.
pow you Can Save Money
When your children need a laxative or stomach
and bowel regulator, buy
BABY'S FRUIT LAXATIVE.
Fifty doses tor twenty-hve 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 the CANBY PHARMACY, Canby, Or.
DR. J. H. IRVINE, Proprietor.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Cabinet Work, Fitting up StoreB and Repairing of all kinds.
Jobbing Orders Promptly Executed,
llll( i:S THE I OHIST.
I "Sliop comer Fourth anil Water streets, back of Tope & Co's, Oregon City
The Chinese Suffered....
The Oregon City Steam Laundry
Clean Work, Neat Work, and Cheaper Work
Than can bo had of the Chinese or any other place in the city.
Special Rates on Family Work. Goods called
for and delivered. ;
Do You Need a
The ENTERPRISE has the only complete stock
in Clackamas county.
Nearly 200 Different Blanks
to Make Selections From.
Every kind of a blank needed by a Judge, Jus
tice, Lawyer, Real Estate Dealer, Farmer or
Mechanic. ' .
One or a Quantity Sent
Prices to Your Address.
Wo have at handsome a variety ( of
baby carriages aH ever provoked
nuiUirnal admiration. There ought
Vi bo jiiHt an much reiiHon for taking a
little pride in your baby's turnout aH
there is for taking pride in the baby
itself. You are certain to be just
an well pleaded with the prices aH
with the carriage. It will cost you
nothing to see them and it will cost
you but 13,75 to purchase one, or if
you should desire a more cxpenHive
one we have them an fine an can be
had in Portland at Portland prices.
MILOMY & BUSCH, Oregon City.
POTSAGE PAID at Portland
GONE hT0 HISTORY
The Fifly-Tliird Conprew, Dies
r'ISAL AfUOl'R.VUEXT MOSDAT.
Tbe End Sot Marked or Marred hj an;
l'uplHant Incidents Report
tri King a Doilirj.
Washington, March 4. At noon today
the United Stales annate cloned its final
Reunion of the fifty-third congress amid
crowded galleries, congratulatory scenes,
a parting word from President Cleveland
ind a brief valedictoiy from the vice
president. The wonted dignity of the senate was
preserved tollie end. except for the
rush of buHinei incident to the last
hours of ft seaaion. The feature ot the
laat moments of the m-caion was the
tumultous laughter which greeted the
announcement of Voorhea of the com
mittee to wait on the president, that
the latter had tendered his congratula
tions to congreis on the close of their
Washinotok, March 4. At noon to
day afteca continuous session of forty
eight hours, interrupted by an occasional
recess, the flags above the rapitol were
lowered and the fifty-third conreas had
passed into hislory. In the house the
end was not marked or marred by any
unpleasant Incident. All the appropria
tion bills were out of the way when the
house convened at 8 o'clock Uiis niorn
iltg and the time was dwindled sway
until 11 o'clock, the only feature being
rather brisk debate on the results to
follow from projected monetary confer
ence. The concluding itinutes were in
the nature of love feast.
As the fifty-third congress, came to
n end the "Doxologv" a sung by
newspaper correspondents in the press
gallery. . . ,
FAVORS TBI IDIT0B8. .
Washington, March 4 -Id the senate
this morning, on motion of i'latt, the
house bill was passed amending the
copyright law limiting the severity of
the penalty imposed on newspapers for
unintentionally violating the law in re
producing copyrighted photographs, etc.
. . ' ' A lISBLUKSOVriCE; .
Wathinoton, March 4. The census
office has ceased its existence, as the
bureau today and hereafter until the
work of the eleventh census is completed
will constitute merely a division of the
interior department, which will consist
of ninety clerks.
BaTaniaVa Keoent KioU
Savannah, Ga., March 6. The recent
attempts by mob violence to prevent
ex-Priest Slsttery and his wife .from
8eaking here, where the subject ol
Judge Falligant's charge to the grand
jury of the superior court yesterday. He
did not directly rpfer to them, but con
fined himself to an exposition of free
speech. Judge Falligant, lad special
stress on the privileges . of American
citizenship and the rights individuals
enjoy in this country to freedom of
thought and speech within the pale of
the law. .
"Free speech," he said, is implanted
in the constitution, and is the cardinal
principle of American freedom. No man
has the right to. interfere w'tb its
exercises unless it becoras violation of
law, and then the law is resorted to as a
preventive or correction. The founders
of the government were farsighted in
their wisdom when they made free
speech a constitution right. This right
is one one that all thinking citizens will
aim to protect in its integrity. Free
speech is necessary to the preservation
of liberty in a country of popular sovei
eignity." Judge Falligsnt plainly demonstrated
the necessity of preserving free speech
nnimpared as a protector of public and
individual rights. An abuse of this right
must be deplored, but an illegal suppres
sion of it would be fraught with danger
our tendencies and would not be per
mitted. The cases of the men arrested for
rioting will probably come before the
Cincinnati, March 5. Hermann 11.
Weissling, a varnisher, aged 60, was
shotdesd while going to work today.
The wife of James Martin, in front of
whose house Weissling was killed, says
that in making up a folding-bed she took
a revolver from under the pillow to place
it on a mantel. Just as she did so it dis
charged, the ball passing through the
wall and striking Weissling. There is
no evidence that the killing was intent
ional. Bllver 1 the Fruiilau Diet.
Berlin, March 5. In the lower house
of the Trushian diet today Herr Arondt
raised ft discussion on the cur
rency question. Herr Bueck regretted
that Germany, with her well regulated
monetary system, should have initiated
a proposal for an international confer
ence on the question of currency. Herr
Waldo declared that the gold standard
was mining husbandry and Herr Tied
man welcomed the attitude of the im
perial government on the silver question.
After Herr Eyneran bad expressed
conviction that the international con
ference on the monetary affairs would
not result in change of the present
system, the subject was dropped.
Cuba. Sebela are Diicoura.td.
6t. Locis, March 6. Late dispatches
from Havana state that the governor of
the province of Santiago has reported to
the governor-general that the rioters at
Blaire are dicpoed to surrender, and a
favorable result of the parleyings with
them is expeted soon.
The entire band of insurgent in Jaguey
Grande, with Marrero, their leader, have
Barteolo Masso, commanding 200 men
in the district of Manzanillo, has taken
reluge in the mountains and is com
pletely discouraged. There is ft band of
100 men under Amador Gurra, and
small band is stationed at Bayamo,
headed by Esteben Temayo.
The military commander of Guanta
namo reports that several members ol
Pedro Perez's band have surrendered.
The officials of the district assert that
the rebel force there number only 180,
re poorly armed and Lave very little
ammunition. It is thonght they expect
fresh supply from abroad and warships
are cruising along the coast to intercept
vessels that may bring ammunition.
A Faaidrymao'i I-rentloa.
Sprinofisld, O.. March 4 Tbe in
vention by George Harley, a foundryroan
of process for making malleable iron of
excellent quality direct from moulds, has
been proved a success at tests made here.
Harley claims that his invention will rev
olutionize iron-making, and this predii:
tion is borne out by the opinion of ex
perts. Tbe discovery is said to snrpass
in importance that made by Bessemer.
A company has beep incorporated with
$1,000,000 capital.. By liar ley's process
iron is made from an endless furnace
with peculiar method of controlling
the admission of air by which thor
oughly molten condition of iron is ob
tained. It is said that the Bethlehem,
Pa., iron men have expressed willing'
ness to pay $1,000,000 for the invention
on propf (hat it is w hat it is claimed to be.
A Pleaiing Menage.
Salim. March 3 In these times of
financial stringency any accession to the
public funds of the state will bepleasura
bly received. Last , evening Governor
Lord was the recipient of a telegraphic
message from U. S. Senator Mitchell
which is along that line and which it
gave the governor great pleasure to trans
mit to the people. It read as follows:
''Washington, D. C, Mar. 2, '95.
Hon. Wiu. P. Lord, Sslem, Or. I have
succeeded in securing the adoption of an
amendment by the senate to the' defi
ciency appropriation bill,' appropriating
the full amount of the monevs due Ore
gon, California and Nevada for moneys
expended in suppressing the rebellion
The total amount is $4,009,000, of which
$335,152.8 is for Oregon. All depends
now on the action of the house. '
J. H. MlTCHKL-."
Lincoln to Remembered.
Oaklanp, Cal. March 4. The 30ih an
niversary, April 15, of tbe asssRsination
of Lincoln, is to be be marked by the
school children here in the Lincoln
public school by planting a tree on
Lincoln squaie. About the roots of the
trees will be mingled earth from near
the tombs of Washington and Lincoln
and other historic spots. Major E. A.
Sherman, of thiscity, has cnarge of the
details, and has secured from General
Forsythe, commanding this department
the services of two pieces of artillery,
with a full complement of men, from the
Presidio, to take part in the exercises.
Coining Money for Eonador.
Philadelphia, March 5 Fiye hun
dred thousand "sucre" pieces coined
here will be shipped to New York Thurs
day to be forwarded to Ecuador. The
government has a contract with the
South Ameiican republic to coin 2,500,
000 "sucre" pieces. The coins are
slightly smaller than than a silver quar
ter, and are worth 20 cents each in United
Rochellk, 111. , Mar. 5. The Illinois
State Dairymen's Association convened
here in annual session today, with prom
inent dairymen from all parts of the
state in attendance. The annual report
of Secretary W. B. Hostetter showed
that the organization has accomplished
much during the past vearin furthering
the interests ot the dairymen. The con
vention closes Thursday.
Send your address to E. E. Bucklen &
Co., Chicago and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills, A trial
will convince you of its merits. These
pills are easy in action and are particu
larly effective in the cure of constipation
and sick headache. For malaria ami
liver trouble they have been proved In
valuable. Tbev are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious sub
stance and to be pnrely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving tone to stomach and bowels)
greatly invigorate the system. Iiegnlar
size 25 cents, per box. .Sold by Charmsn
& Co,, druggist, Charman Bros. Block.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Famished Every Week by the ( lacka
inas Abstract and Trust Company.
R F Beatlie to W G Bcattie W D
Feb 1, '95 of an acre in Wm
Holmes DLCt3s, r2e $300
Willamette Land Co to Wm A Eby
W V Jan 25, '&5, tracts 2 and 3
John Mitchell to Ella E Mitchell W "
D Feb 23. '95 land in 1 1 s, r 2 e
United States to F C Mack pat Sept
4, 76. se4 of sec 12, t 4 s, r 1 e
E C Stephens to G A Cone W D
Feb 21, '95, 25 acres in t 3 8, r I
Albert Schilling to Wm Bauman W
D Feb 16, '95, part of lot 8 blk 22
Oregon Citv 1500
T W and R E White to David 8
Livesay Q C D Feb 21, '95, 2
acres in 8 L Campbell D L C t 2
s, r 2 e t 1
Gladstone Real Estate Assoct'n to
O J Mack W D June 11, '94 lot 6
blk 90 Gladstone 1
J P and E C Shaw to Geo T Dieker
W D Feb 25, '95, part of Wm
Holmes D L C 1 2 s, r 2 e 3000
Willamette Falls Co to Margaret L '
, Batdorf W D Feb 25, '96. lot 6
blk 8 Willamette Falls 1
Tbos Leabo to J 8 Boshart W D
Feb 23, '95, 20 acres in" sec 14. t
5s. r 1 300
Thou C Livesay to C D Covey W
D Feb 26, '95, part of Geo Aber-
1 nethy DLC 2000
Thos C Livesay to C D Covey WD.
. . Feb 26, 95, part of Ezra Fisher D
I C 100
Fred Rakel to Willamette Pulp and
Paper Co W D Feb 21, 95 land
3 D Riiter et al to D Zimmerman
etalWD Feb 26, 95, 1 acre in
. sec 33, t 4 s, r 1 e
D Zimmerman to R W Zimmerman
,.W D Feb 26,.'95, 37 acres in Jas
Shirley DL C......
Geo E Stargi8 (o Eliza A Carson
W I) Feb 26, '95 lots in Oregen
Iron k Steel' Co's 1st add to
Oswego ' 2052
Gladstone Real Estate Assoct'n to
Gustav Friedrich W D Jan 11,
, '95, loUl,2and3blk5Hawarden 200
Frank L Swain to W H Miller W
D 159 acres in t 2s,r6e.. ...... 400
T W and R E White to Chas Scott
W D Feb 23, '95 2 acres in 8 L
Campbell DLC 1100
Willamette Land Co to Sleight and
Rockwell W D Feb 27, '95 s of
. tract 16 and n of tract 17 Prune-
. land ,. 300
E P Rands to Tane C Rands W D
Aug 3, '93, lot 2, blk 100 Oregon
A Klebe to Trustees Evan. Lutb.
church W D June 6, '94 w, of
nw,L4 of sejj of sec 14, t 4 s, r 1 e
William Stoever to Mary ACaseday
W D Feb 15, '95, sw, of sw. of
sec 30, 1 2 s, r 3 e
Gladstone Real Estate Assct'n to
SSSlawsonW D June 11, '94 lot
3 blk 90 Gladstone , 1
Laura E Pope to Saiah A Pope W
DFeb5, '95, lots 1 and 2 in blk
31, Oregon City 1500
Seth Luelling to Elias E Matt W D
Feb 25, '95 land in t 4 s, rle.... 45i
W W Ross to Fred L Newell W D
Feb 23, '95, lot 5 blk 35, 1st add ,
to Oswego 250
Oak Grove Land and Imp Co to
Mary K Burton S W D April 17
'94, lots 2 tract 39, Oak Grove. . 350
Same to J C Hickman S W D Dec
18, '94, lots 8 and 9, blk 87, Oak
H E Cross to Henry Vonderahe. W
D Feb 28, '95, lot 9 blk 9 Park
add to Oregon City 200
State of Oregon to Gottfried Backus
D June 25, 91, S20 acres in sec 2.
t6s, r 3e 400
John Backus to Anna Backus Q C
D Feb 14, '95, 906 acres in t's 5
and 6 s, r3e 2718
H E Ferrin to Ella L Ferrin W D
Mar 2, '95, lot 2, blk 9 Falls View 300
Belle Hibbard et al to E C Hamil
ton W D Feb 28, '95 lots in Root's
add to Marsh field and land adjoin
John Kraxeberger to Franz Krax-
berger. W V. Dec. 14, '93, w 4
of n. of 8e'4' of Bee 14 1 4 s r le 360
Have your Titles examined and
Abstracts made by the CLACKAMAS
ABSTRACT & TRUST CO. who have
the only complete set of Abstracts of
Title of all lands in Clackamas county.
Accurate ard reliable work by a respon
sible firm. Office up stairs in the Cau